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THE FARMVILLE HERALD
HONOI. FOR THE PAXT, HKLP POR IHK PRB8RNT, HOPK FOR rm '' H
V()1 \\ FARMVILLE, VA., FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1910. .no is
n has i i i \ i \**i i i? vm> wai
\\ I I l? \<?| l<? Mil
ng* of Byg-octe Had Theii-s,
Nom iIk- Dtopeiu>ravrj H.is
I >i\ n. No Minc "Pim n"
? :. .v
I on i
"I ly done, and when
mel in the
?! an array of bottles,
teed, confronted iii"
we understand 111 ? -
itus (loi'sn't extend to
and therefore :!
? swallow thc whiskey.
? .1 mixtures thereof in
Judgment Ami this
? it he true that mixed
langerous, then ii
have i" en sn
i high civic duty was
? Ij. ami we believe
i fn?m tlie sam
ind <>f this
must tlrink may lie
? the purest <>t al?
ii ? ? drunk
ii BUCh the
? during the
il ! fall short of the
? ?: i>. alli gs a ill be
? tmes kins,
inda and wini
v al h hy pol
*. ? nsary has no royal
*-ni:tH I hi in.
? ucl to the
' land, for
ult a cabin
I vent earnest
IO he shlp
- i each
l. day of $ 8 00
irket 12 gal
>untry ovei could
ited 1150 io jmhi lous
i - >uth, roung mai
* I | Nights.
? d colored men
. ouod with tlie
? ip a light joh or a
vic sight is a sad
? doors to spl<
? ;? open to
. dont they en
And. then, to
ilored boys plck
; down th?'
? other aointi
?.m'ii gel reg
' ?ii from
- and sound it
loud *S lui ure ot
( inti Organise
town met at
Dd phasing pur
OT plain ?
rita a I
I K Spell
i ? mon
Ml -. sp le ci 1 nt. iuniv
12 a <h ck. Mis .i r, Bpeocer en
ied in her channing fashion,
? town, in
Alc ? Un |
ii and theil
ors he had drawn, ..
te her apron.
er did knights undi
arduous t"i! in tie t the
gentler bi x! Nev r did maid*
epond more nobly with words of
encouragement, smiles ami helpful
\t the conclusion of thc ev?
ening's labor, the aprons were In?
spected, ami the n.at handiwork of
Mr Warren * as declared worthy the
first prize a dainty spool case The
of the winner oft'
tion prize shall not h.- ?
ridicule aa " ere his stitches.
Delicious refreshments were after?
wards served. The occasion was
thoroughly informal and enjoyable,
and when after mid-night, tlc
reluctant ri. their ex?
pressions of pleasure to th.. ;
unanimous and sire
Cabell Ogburn and Mrs 8, I)
Walton. The Invited "ii
I.rn j Egglt .-ton. Sarah
art. Haiti" Bugg, rout
ier tte Wal ) Johnston.
tt Walton. Ale
glnia Paulet! ami Mildred Rich
ter Barrow, Roger Warren, Frank
and Johnson Wootton, lloi.i
Burton Ulanton. Cray Paulett.
ni- Hubbard, C'j de Carter \i cher
Wade and I?r Hudgins.
House ami Hoi****
lire house and thc :?
entertained mai. on sunda-..
Neither thc horses nor the house
talked much, and yet the visitors
woe interested The stalwart animals
may have heen known as "Dick'" and
"Davj ' S v ame to us. hut
now answer to the names, ('hailey
Zimmerman." and "Wilt Vaughan."
We watched them as they sat to sup
per. and there was evidence of su
satisfactlon. Menu: half gal?
lon corn, half gallon bran, and the
fancy racks filled with hay We 1"!
Chief Fogus with them, hut whether
;e night we are mu ad
Lo! Thc Poof Indian
I'uring the delivery of an interest?
ing and InsitUCtlve sermon by the
Kev. Mc.Millin. of Atlanta, on last
Sunday morning, at the Presbyter
Ian Church, on the sui>j"ct of Home
Missions, he drew Impressive and pa?
thetic picture of the dealings of the
Anglo Saxons ol America with the
Indians He condensed tie srhole
of th' ii the-... few words:
"Indian gave white man web.mic
Indian g.ive white ni.m food India
Saved white man's Mic White man
kill Indian "
Yellow man wash clothes amt
Sing, black man ward of the nation,
hut the Indian go or die Bad
hr. stone, oi riic Normal Faculty at
During Ins response as a gui
the Cincinnati School Masters Club,
at theil annual banquet. Ur. Stone
gave the following toast to Virginia:
"in all the world there never has
been a time when progress
urcat as at the present; in all the
.vorld there is no country in windi
in our own country;
is no part in which progress
, the fi '.ith; atc! in
all the South there is no pan in
which progress is so great a- in
Three hundred hading silo ol men
of Cincinnati and the country ap?
plauded to thc echo, and thi n sang
I': Svuie stopped over in Cin?
cinnati, on his way to attend the
:i <>f the National Education
lation, and while tlc
highly honored bj the School Mas
nt th.' kites,
IM I Kl si l\i. dil V! UV lil.I SHI .1
WITH EXCI I.I.I Vi CUM \l I
? <i tin- | aril s. I'i oaperous t litii -.
ld tin- Front ou Industrial I. oes
Wool, wine and ostrich pluiie
conspicuous part in thc . gp
the place. The elli ."ligllt
ful. outdoor work being practicable
well-nigh every div
indoor staying, ti ?
generally prosperous, many ot them
having homes \f. the town- ,,
the country Out of the min*
the countr) million
have len hom. and many of
uning with their families
to thc he . Emeries to
( njoy leisun ami luxurj I.
is masier of South Anica, and yet
I. bas a Parliament of it-> ou a and
ls governed after thc same order
th;! prevails in Canada. Only pro
pert) owners vote Ul ge
Hons, ami over all England
1 emeral. The count
ad then ( ame limn |
sion whicb ha- bc ti felt Ihe world
. and this |
11 ont. v. .i rpris
cd to leam ihat the os nth raim
"t just thc tiling of beauty
plumi i> do
shine out richly, ami with stunning
oms, bowevei nol exactly Immunes.
With our ti lend <>f mi ch ?
ls no piac liar.* home
Still bc co ' 'mt tail us look
small in nativ land sin"' he has
? d tl,, seas a. ,l the im
Tlie trip liol Town tn
.- outiiarapion < i n un three
v. c.ks. but ti r a man I ''ti goon
Hs with Inl
from siai t to 'Inish To ntl ?
us it would bc one long terror Bucfa
persons would do well t> stick to
shore. We m. always glad to * i
come the return of our "boya," ami
to know that no matter under what
flag, or beneath what suns they
move, th.- heart untraveled fondly
clings to the old home am1 thc old
Mis. Blerk aston's Baa-thdajr.
Mrs. Blackiston celebrated the an?
niversary ot her birthday pleasant
ly in ber room in the home
of Mrs Berkeley on last Ttieedaj
friends gathered there to offer their
congratulations and good wishes, as
they drank of the fragrant tea. and
fed upon the tempting dainties whic
iiad hen arranged artistically on the
center table "Elisa." the faithful
cook, honored the occasion with a
plate or home-made candy, and a
word and a smile of nnaffei i'd re
cognition of the aa)
Mut that Which gave most of glow
and charm to tlie passing of the mile
stone of life's way. were the faithful
portraits of the children and the
grandchildren that adorned the
uniis of de room, in loving com pan
lonsblp with the pictures of the
old homes in which the) had lived
and lovell, all uniting to bring
hean-moving interest a dead,
hut ever deal pa-1 Man* happy !<?
\ Hcei With The Dear*
A deer hotly pursued hy the
hounds of Mr Wilfred Tuggle, in the
count) <>: Nottoway on Monda
sought and found refuge in one of
thc lecture looms of the Blackstone
Institute, and though the ii ?
udden and produced something
of a shock, the dear girls rallied.
made gallant fight, mastered the
: animal, and claimed it
a- their own Mr. Tuggle demanded
th> prize, and th" question of own
ershlp bad not le cn Bottled SI
to press Dr Cannon, however, is
reported a laying there should be
totroversy over thc capture.
That big crack in the Quard's
armory building leeds inn:
treatment. A stitch in time may
Herald and N. Y. World $1.60.
FARMVILLE BOARD OF TRADE.
, Thin p \, < .m.dished hy Thc i n ? .,.
?. to bi
.1 to the I
??? our '
l An Ice plant. I
li established ct earn*
\ in si -cia macadam road In '
Cumberland county, beneath and ex* '
tending from the Norfolk A.- Wi
l A good impression made upon '
? " Norfolk and Wes
tem Ballway Company, resulting '
: from curt, sii - ? Mended them on !
the dat.- of OUT halH|i|et. I
I w ith the council in I
getting a great!) Im ntract '
.sith the Farmville Telephone Co.,
and a Well organized fire department '
?; Tl al the receni tradi
ol the Kai in ville Herald was circula?
'i factor). the bull I
spur trai k to
! v iaabilit)
power tor elect) lc i
a printed booklet setting forth the
advantages of Farmville
? tar) will call on all old ,
to collect dues from .January 1. 1910 ,
the lillie ot reorganisation. ,
"H. albina- lei*, in the Saddle."
Im cease in Postal Receipts
Then ls no surer indication
fcminmuhity's progress than the in
an nary, l 901 amounted to $1,032.7 .
While for the same month of this
vcar the cash amounted to 11,299.11 j
showing an increase of |266 36 for
Dui .ik i Iii war bel ween the Bl
an anora it General on the Federal j
Bide boasted when he was sent Into
the in ld ni whip "Stonewall"
son. that be WOUld have hlf "head- ,
quarters In the sadd!- And he ,
ii ii horsed and tent to the .
dis, I ? Bul headquarters ,
in the saddle received no Moe from .
this lOCideut. oi vc contrary, it wa- ,
the kingdom cf the old-tin- Virgin
ian who wat a ill best on i.
back Nor has the good habit fal
?nely imo desuetude, a few
of ' ur fellow-citaSena still pr< fer the ,
riding horse to the rocking D
Not many, til um-, and all honor to ,
those who arc t: lie to the custom
of the rathera Hr H B Bichard- ,
son. Mr H A Stokes and Sheriff
Dickinson ride rather than drive,
and the man is never more mani)
than when mounted on a good
I.et other- follow the good < xatnpl".
let the genuine tiding hone resume
hil place among ns and b-t our men
make their headquarters in til?
die, not boastfully, hm modestly and ,
yet in manly manner.
At thc Monday morning session
of the Mayor's court other
heard was one against an un?
fortunate who actually stol.
from the postoffice vestibule.
\? e knew we;,, soaring but did not
know that they had be, on,, bo val?
uable as to attract the attention ol
Uncle Sam. And yet we are told
that th" i '. ison who len ,
th- ? |ga in that public plat ?
not first gel permission ol the tl"- ,
pallin, nt Nv ti: ie he will be pru
dcm m. g.. to have them ?-.?
ed and ^ i >'? i 'le la' tee i''r I" ,
ha.I others of minor im tort In ,
which some were sent lo
rocks and others made io pa) I
still mu Saturday was generally or- .
der.) and BO far as we
ed ti" the Sabbat!
As a rule, eires from two-year-old
give better satisfaction at this
dine o' the year than when from
younger stock, and I ka are,
Dr. Potts \ indie u.-d
rom an unknown malady,
sroul I no hum
nt. A desire to hld'
I more by I ii
1 ll I ile ||
life, in the affairs that arc natural
? ? public b) the
suture of thlrgS, it is always I
o he open and frank about them
Phis was merely | ease ,.t mistaken
dentlty, as it were while the de?
fendant Buffered mortification and
summation, we don'l doubt hm that
ireal good has i.q di lt
eadie., the lesson of 1'OSpOIIsi bi Ut )
lt dei that not only the
lowl) la dragged before tin judg
rneol har of public opinion, hut that
gb and might). in erery walk
>f life, must how to its man
I'lli.- man was Innocent At
. lt) and this ease d'
tiar o ? com mou?
o do his duty
The fi i. ? - Potts m I
vii.-, and their name is legion, never
moment that ie
vouhl do intentional harm to
.." mu surprised ai
iis entile vindication
The annual banfi?a?r***nf the Fht
Ugms H'lta Fraternity was given in
heir fraternity hail on last i
tvenlng from 8 to i:' o'clock. The
tall was beautifully decorate,I with
?vergreens, potted plants and with
Hy's colors, consisting of rib
Bad pennants of "old gold and
hocolatc." and thc numerous mean?
ies,-.-nt lamps which illuminated the
ipaciOUS room gave it au Bp
iearance much to he admired
The occasion was om- worth) of
special not*, as it was marked by
nany attractive features that made
ip the manner of entertainment,
mell as gaines. giieSSSlllg COnl
susie, dancing, and afterwav
sumptuous supper During the en?
tertainment Phi Sigma Helta Fruit
Punch was served liv Mrs Robert I.
frc,'.ir. who presided at the punch
\i a most opportune time Hie
[uesta were invited to the Prince
Edward, where they partook of
i most bountiful repast Thc supper
consisted of mair, varieties ol fruits,
which wa- served in six courses
Those present were llorac adams
with Miss Myron Calusha. Frank
Verser with Miss Kathleen Baldwlo,
lohn II Dyer with Miss Ollie M.
Whitley, Walter W Harrow with
Miss ola i.e.- Ahhitt. .1 Ora) Pauletl
with Miss Lucy BggleStOU,
chappell with Miss Elisabeth St
land. Clyde Carter with Miss Adele
Carter. Frank T. Wootton with Mis
Walton. Johnston T Wootton
with Miss Virginia Paulett, Frank
Baldwin with Miss Carrie K>h\ Mr
ind Mrs Robert I. Fv
Mooker, and the alumni. H \
? i and wife. I; I. Baldwin and
><ale> on Kainui I le Market.
Total sales for August and S"p
'?mber. 513,760 pounds; Od
Nov i ,1 19,680; December,
*.:,imi14: January, 1.911 606; ti
.'.".th. 146,323; previously reported
,:','.?: grand total sall
'-ou. I TC'
now that we have at la-t had
non, we may expet I
ne,.,! to he rolling in. and increased
activity on warehouse floors There
is a plow on the market kim v.
?Farmers Mend," and with more
troth I '"' called Faun
nile's friend. T1 :> is
ding and receiving attention,
and so the lettuce, but I
oed has the right of way
Smoke El Cuba and Katy Lee.
THE NORMAL ElEE CLUB.
I Vin. \|i|.l Ml n|i tl I BE \*
A Large an i Ipfarertative aadteawe
Hear These ,., , . ,?
rished as a volume lund
hour: Miss Mil al tilt*
with true skill and ar?
tistic touch led thi rs
of perfect harmony
Bong followed boos In quli k
to ring with match le ?? |
Minor also rend' . ami
to tie- dell were*
privileged to hear her, The college
yell was given with the spirit and
bel Veil" Itself, and
the curtain fell on an evening which
had been made redolent with p
m. The V
??h. hut lo
all. were not pt .Vere flier
and next til te leap boldly Into the
throbbing w i n
\. uer do you ..
bouyai i i wei.
our coining. Th" girl pict Ult .?
"f itself beautiful to look upon, hut
??our presence would have gu en new
and pleasant color to tl
and h-iit new harmony co the con?
Prince Edward Teacher*.' Meeljnif.
The public is cordially invited to
the spring meeting of the Prince Fd
ward Teacher . lott, which
will convene in the High Behool
building in Farmville mi the l I tb
and 12th of March. The first s-'ssios
viii begin at ten o'clock on the
morning of the I Ith at tbe
adjournment of which notice will b*
liven concerning the hours for tbe
? ding sessions
An earnest effort has been put
forth to arrange for an interesting
ns weii as Instructive pi-ograsi, and
t is especially urged that every
t.-acher he on hand promptly and
prepared to enter into the dt^< u?
sums with a view to benefiting the
teacher and thus improving our sys?
tem that the program as avanged
been prepared All of the
speakers have sot at this date given
a final decision as to whether they
will he able to take part in tba*
meeting, hut ai whom w?
bops to bave deliver addresses, are
Mr. N I' Painter. Pn lident
Tesol ? union. Bi anoke, Va .
Mr .1. .1. Lincoln, Principal Wak?
field High Behool; Prof w H
Whiting. Jr., i'i' Latin. Col?
lege "i Hampden-Sldney, Mr ?! h
on, Bichmond, Va ; I" a M
Preen ? ommlssloi i
Health. Bichmond, Vs ; Pro*
Hodgi. Lear and Milledge, <?f the
Normal School; Mr I! LOS
Chsmbliss, Principal of Worsham
High School; Miss I'-arl Shelhurn.
Ol Cree,, Hay High Bebo
Halihurton Supervisor Training
S, hool, Normal School, and HOB
J. I) Fggleston. Supt of Public In
Ea, will di-< us- a live
educational problem, so no ene can
miss it without being poorer as the
Slats Hill Karin BokL
Messrs, Jehne ?\ H
the farm ol Mi Jobs Venable
Hill, tor $>. '" 1 F Ollreatk,
of Roi Q i
The pggs of hens that did
laying during the winter are ?
?rongly fertiliz> I ?.?
? :? hut a fair