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THE FARMVILLE HERALD
_ HONOR POR THK PART, uki.!? l-oi; THR PREHEAT, HOPE POR imk FUTURE.
VOL XX. ? FARMVILLE, VA.. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1910. N() oj
,fMt SERI ICES 0B8EB1 ku \
I ni KI'Isrui'Ai,.
. |)(tv ? lonni and l.eautv In The
^ \ Mini-, land nil Faun
?ul on Beat < loih.s
\n?| Want to .'IiiiitIi
ada] la L?an( is koon n
,u Bplaeopal and
..ii *u appropi
our Bplaeopal frieada
? ed Jerusalem for
Opie took palin
in ni loni) to meei
na Ttl is Incidenl
. ij before Baster i,.
Sunday. The date or
? wt.-il in tin
..' th.- palm
?? ? er tree, as box.
-.??d hy the
.. ? ?> forthwith car
ms procession in
Holy City, after
utily burned and
to ti-- api Inkled
P sim Sunday
: to be
I i on
te iii" pas
A ju-1 t ra
ai ol Qod.
ai ni-v illay- Toliae
March ls. 1910
? pt . li. lo. 118.
:?! h. 2.058.
. |) reported
r While i'
Watch Karim ll
rom feara of I
? d to tho Fight.
any printing of
re not to b
Ier wo have the
a e pi
pap. rs as our
pay for. The
? ??ry de?
li,ii a Well so
? your every
Aili pot your
Mm riage \ munni' ssnaSBj
Mr. and Mis. William Meade Da
Kai un iiie, hare
invitations to the marriage ol theiri
daughter, Lottie Moa.io. t,, Mr. Mar
ion Kamper Humphrle^, Ts
afternoon, April tho nub, nineteen
hundred and t.*n. at half alter tWO
o'clock ai their home only rein
lives and a rory few friends of the!
contracting Barties are Inrtted
Mr. Huinpiirie.- bolds a govern
ment position iu Washington, i?
? which place they will make
Reason. o| Tienviiifi o| Karmville
Knir Asvii oiti..ii
Bj Qate Receipts $1.7'
" Prince Ed Appro'n I.io
Karmvillo 100 00
To From Vegetables $ I ?
Ponltrj * 5o
Kai in 1 2.00
Household 20 00
Plower I om
Special < 'oi n i .
Willes 7 on
\ ? 11.7.*.
Bpi c al -
.-:. i . tarj 50.00
Ti es urer 25 00
?? Incidentals i I
Bala 37 62
$:: 7 62
s W PJaulett, -ii .
Ref. Mill lo .olin" Men.
On next Sunday evening the
theme of Mr. Hill's sermon to young
men will h. The Young Man and
I . .sure," ami to be followed Sun
day after Sunday with The Young
Man and Women. The Tonng Man
and his Calling, Tho Young Man
and tlio Church, Tho Young Man and
This will mean twelve sermons m
all, and each dealing with question!
ol practical and vital Import
ThaQM WcBafoavi <>f Maj Again.
In last week'a Herald we mention*
ed with genuine pride, the fad thal
? ix wagons, loaded with home-grown
hay moved down our Main -
and named Mr. H. E Barron js
grower ami owner. Io this, we wera
in error, and take first opportunit]
in correcting our mistake, and to ? \
press our regrets at I
Mr. W. Il Hubbard, tbe la
haj maker of tin- county, as areli ai
tho largest growers ot ti
co, grew that hay, his team brought
it to town, and sale was ma
Mr. T. W Vaughan. And Mr. Hub
bani was mounted on ono of
ada, ami yoi we failed t<
cognize tb' master and tho con?
queror, still ho not Cv money, .md
not Mi. Carrow, and so no harm
waa d ? H aa the
,i koi p na from making mis?
><?nie flood Bales "t totwooo.
Tin- following prices u. i.? received
Mi. W. T. Southall, G 1-2. V I '
ll 1-4. 12 1-4. .
For Mr. Bagby, 7, 8 3-4, 9 1
1-4, ll 1-:'.
Vt deo 1> Warriner, ti 1 J. 9 (
Mr J R Gilliam, 7 1-2,
S 3-4. 1 1.
KATY LEE and ROBE KIM two
nf our excellent Bc brands fo;
by all Cigar dealer* Made by the
i'rince Edward Cigar Company, inc.
keep your chickens or do
! ivy keep you?
SOLIHEKH ot I IS ll l,|, loliil
Made tine ilanwsuaswn Ciathsllj
lase eat cd '?> t . s. Officer, auid
stood Tin- Test,
On last Monda> evening the Parn
nile Guard waa Inspected bj Capt
Hatton, oi the i s Armj The aol
diets bad the martial air about then
and antis and other equipment wert
found in good order Before thi
the Inspection, the Companj was put
to Ho (est of the drill and manual
Cain. Hum commanding, and thc
boys bore then. ? -???inline sol?
dier 1 j manner, and to the delight ol
the many lookers on win. watched
ihe proceedings with appreciatlni
Interest. Bright eyes gre* bright
er as Hies. Virginia soldiers moved
in happy unison and bandied tin
Killis with ease and precision Wo
look upon thia uniformed and
armed body ol young nun ot farm?
ville without quickened pulse beal
and sense of genuine pride We
lean upon their strong arm
? confidence In tunes ol peai ?
ami the nation reins upon them for
defence In time of w ar Thej ai e
Hulton is ever] Inch the
soldier, and knows w lum
i he Government fur?
nishes the uniforms and the entire
equipment, and it ls well dom
summer u perfect
or and material, and all tin
u ii b
d upon the soldiers ol a
armed liped by i
gO> "i I 1 b) an ol'
tillie., ? Wil.I
them." \Y? live in il our
Lord. I 9 1 0, and m.i in I 850.
condlt and we do
well to recognise thom as such, and
Long live the na
tlon, and happj the people under
Ihmth ??! Mr. < rule.
Mi li C. Crute waa called by
ra on ls l Pi Ida). annou
the death of his brother. Mr. Aub
er Crute. Another Perm ville young
man fallen out of ranks. The
forming on anothet shore Mr,
Crute'i death came auddenl) at bia
home iii winston Salem \ C . after
an ilitie-s ol onlj two hom He
DafSMMl /'tr TSafjfleB.
Hon I .1 Owen was in town on
Tuesday, called at the Herald office
and gave us interesting review ot
the work ot the last legislature. He
was patron of one of the most im?
portant bills oi the session, that
bearing OB the tuberculosis in ani?
mals, and succeeded la putttog it
through He went from her., to
Tngglei tc look int.. the situation
there as tc a depot for the people
of that section. Two hundred per?
sona have petitioned for depot con?
venience! at thal point, and Mi
thinks the demand a just one
ami that unless the Norfolk i W<
tern will ot their own accord, erect
Ihe depot the Corporation Cominis
sion will compel them to do it. lt
?trikes us that I ?<' two
hundred patrons of the mad should
We an- advised that the grant
Pennsylvania Railroad Co., plant
ad one million trees in 1909, and
thal in the recent past it bas plant?
ed 8.500.000 ii, the states 0f I
lylvania, New .Jersey and Maryland.
And if it. be true that it has control?
ling Interest in the Norfolk ami Wes
'?rn it may yet. plant trees for up
uni teach us how to plant trees. Th
Norfo'k and Western is already giv?
ing us Impreaaive object lessons on
he 'ire of improving unsightly spots
and wc should be apt acho!
didn't think how it would
sound: A widow erected a monu?
ment to her husband, with tho in?
scription, "Rest la peace until we
A nest that suits the turkey hen
Irst-ratc may be made by turning a
tait barrel on the side. Put straw
ii tha hollow, and I '. and
irrel ava* w-ith brush, if
rofl nave it handy.
! and N. T. World 11.90,
HE PARCELS POST AGAIN
Ult I \i:\H.laS Min ii \N||
**"<?l lu ELIVE IT.
Kxpreeaj Charges Are E3xcessive And
Now that I'ostal savings banks are
ght we hope ever) fannel in
the Southern States will rall) to the
aid ..I President Barret In thi magill
flcent fiKht be is makin,; foi the
ably rigorous letter.. President Bat
ret saya ol the pareela poet Idea:
"What will a parcels post du fol
"li will save bim SDOUt 7.'. percent
v on tlie charges he is now
compelled to pa) the express com
pani. rtbing thal travels in
their cai s The packages that cnn,.
to bis hoini from the big mail order
houses in South and North, will i ost
about an percent lesa foi transpoi
talion, because in tlie long run the
larmer als | lt.'The
: - post al
turo. Under the plan proposed, tie
small town merchant will be able to
.-end om small packages over rural
roniis at a cost so small compared
io tlie hir< of a messenger oi a
horse and bugg) or a wagon, as un?
der pre ? ' conditions, is to put
million - ,?; dollars yeal ly li -
pocket o' both tbe American I
end tl." Ai: < ham .
"Ti i .?onie to I';,-*'- dilly
'Mi a club, bury
? i ii.
lb. Ippom i't-i\ < lilli.
Pal nu iib balked on Ibo libral >
scheme, but boasts of a club, not aa
Westmoreland, but an honor io
th.- originators, and a credit to the
i ow ii Tin rooms are over the N
!!. Davidson store, four in number,
air) and weil lighted, and furnished
elaborate!) and in most artistic min
nev Easy chairs and divans, lia tnt
-onie ina;, and tabb-., billiard table,
the magazines of the day and al!
that contribute to the comforts and
con,. ali ideal i lui. room
Pleasant retreat ami refreshing
pla! ?? lor the tired mau of inl?
and while not a home, for there i
00 place like home, it is next to it.
for there is no bar-room attachment,
and no wheel of fortune, and no
"chips ."We hope to see the Appo?
mattox mow into .1 social and liter?
ary center. That this may be so
let the enthusiasm of youth develop
Into the mole earnest and thought
ful work of its mature years
The first smoker was todd on
Wedneeda) evening, sad was happy
opening ol the club's social life
Tns coming State fair is heine
liberally advertised, ami isn't it ab?
out tune we were commencing on
Kaiiu.illes mxt fair'.' The Herald
i in- first tait ever held in
Paraville into being, and tia- cn
tinned to suggest into 1
tion Its von .-md ever) am
Hov. man] dollars did the holding
of these exhibitions bring into Carm?
ine's pocket books? We ha- ?
estimate, and it means many Horns
ands. Isn't such a papei- worth two
I wi "k" Hoes any like li
in.-nt bring like returns?
HIM I /.. POIM
To he Given bj v.i-ii.-ii School
v .ant evening i^ pi"
at .h.- Normal Auditorium I
Mond;.; when the Dramatic Club
will preeent the three act comedy,
Hie./) Point." The play is full of
fun and you may share in it. Tie
on sale at Freear's.
Let's greet the girls with a crowded
bon-.. ,v,,i bave a jolly good time
A Night Alarm
Worse than an alarm of fire at nigh
ia the metallic cough or croup bring?
ing dread to the household. Carefu
mothers keep Foley's Honey and
Tar in the house and give it at the |
first sign of danger. Foley's Honey
and Tar has saved many little lives
and is the only safe preparation for
children, as it contains no op: r
Bold by all drugi
Uh ..t Mrs. Bailie i . limit.
I" of Mrs. Sallie p
' Hum. another of the older residents
'i of our town bas gone to ber i
The announcement of ber death
to many ol OW
people She -.feen yu),
monia Monday night of last
The world will ..... ni poorer to
ths death of this good
an. Mut she will i,.
missed b) ber lamil) and ber
was a member ol the i
Church foi about fift)
al to the chutch and
? ne oi the most act Ive workers
In th" Church, and ber place her..
will U haul to Ul! Bul in tile
I) left a widow, and
to h--r own children both
I and nu.thor The children
who survive ber are Mrs .lane
mislead. Capt H. H Hum and
Mis. Hunt was a dSUghtCI ol' Hie
lat.- K T Rice Si." baw- one
Mrs. Dr. Winston, two broth
P I! C Rice and .lam
.nd ber aged mother. Ml
T. Ric. who is im
Herald Joins ber bi
friends in extending sympathy to the
funeral took phire at ti,"
i.ln. m., and
onducted by ber pastor, Rei
ll M led by Kev. KV.
? ? w ho
ind loved ter. Thi
Active. N. ll Davidson. Il B
Kdw.-u i hornhill Rice. B, K.
Winston. J, H. C. Winston Honor*
Vat den, .1. r.
ANOTHER FI ALABM
I \in < I lilli HOI si: HI KN KI).
V.t \ll Smoke This Time. Hut V
luil Hbi/e niiii Lotum! l,o,ss
About tiine-Hiirty ot last Monda)
? ?? fn e bella rana; out
clear ami strong, ami before >oii
could saj .-cai" the big horse., s/ere
dashing up Main street as though
the fire was after them rather than
that the) arere after the fire in
unoccupied hons.- belonging io Rev.
. .Ionian situated on the
southern boundary of the town
was Ho- scene "t the burning.
ami being <>f Inflammable mat.
was soon consumed.
The OWnera of property in that
neighborhood rested in the comfor?
table assurance that the flames
?v mild not spread, and so the ?
ment was soon over. When the
alarm wa- given, the opera House
eli lilied with Hie audience
which had gathered to welcome the
Crewe High School players to Farm?
ville. aa. lor the instant there was
Some fear of panic, but this was hap
ITU ted and the crow d is to be
commended on its good conduct un
der lt.millions. Man)
did go to the lire, but rei ir- ?
V, . n m
iii nee:mn, Crew.- performei
.1 fiv make rather a strenuous ey
ening, .> 1 Farmville is nady for the
?ni rn., fut,, whether the) come
0. or iii batalltone.
Two abu ins and oin- gen Ulm
tlie Nounal Hid I.ni Le* Than \\ e
The Stat* Normal, located bare
was liberally dealt with by the re?
cent legislsture. The annual appro?
priation of fifty thou added
five thousand. Fifteen thous?
and for an infirmary, and six thous
luindred for the Thaek
ston and Angina l"'s. This speaks
. b praise of our worthy repre
and teWr that while they wasted tv
time in "orating" they did get in
some effective work. If we mis?
take not. the Normal is the only li?
terary child of the State that fared
so well. la-t the heroes In the
fight visit the Normal, receive the
thanks, the smiles and tie- Cullen..
? yip of the girls.
'09"it ? 'N faa :
PRESENTED Bl mi: CRsTsTI
Open, H,,,ise \\,.|| | med wm, xn
Vppi.< i ui\e issUeSaca
On ?ion,lav evening ai Opera House
gb School r.. vra*
turn enjoyed a most artistic pi ? ?
tation of tb.. "Tompkins Hired Man"
Amateurs rarely do so areli, and
dom- with artistic skill, and tl ?
viv.- iv iden,.. ,,i good training,
while now ami then there w.-r*.
of k< nunn, genius.
The "prosperous farmer," the
"hired niau." the "young man le
Hu- 'awkward country lad,"
'tie -univ daughter," the -i,
and "woman with a a/era
true to nature, and combined to re
produce leal life on pus-mu stage
willi marvelous accurac) and im
Owing i< tbe military inspection,
armory, the curtain did not
ind at the
d, breaking rudi Iv upon thaj
of Ho- hour im- a time
?lui ll killed, and
? fun to the end. Wi
must i hope that
nothing will occur
H. nb Hentoni
lim ; 'a.. Marcs
mui di r
Judge Hall I
l< the verdict, but kl
Hon was overruled by Judge Hund?
W. Dallas Wright, convicted last
then brought Into court,
.md be and Richard Perkins wera
? atencad to bs executed ou the
3d da: of June. Tin- court granted ?
.o-.-ipeiii ment ol a for nine?
ty days from tbe adjournment ?*!
court to allow the defendants
Lo appiy for a writ of error, ami
-ixty days in which to file B bill of
Wright in- was asked if bo had any
tiiing to say. and he told the jury h?
was as Innocent of the charge
against him aa the Judge himself.
Alter sentence was pronounced
Wright asked to be permitted to ad?
lha bystanders, but ins regnsal
The verdict came aa a great sur?
prise to Wright, and fie set med te
bs greata) depr.
In the ease ot .lom v which wa*
tried at the .lulv tenn Com. Judge
Il T. nordon presiding. Jones ?aw
convicted of murder in the first daf
gree. A nu timi for a new trial made
at thal time bsa I.a continued ua
tii the present without bel it paneed
uoon by Judge
Buckingham count) now having
iee,, placed in the fifth circuit, pre?
sided ovei by Judge Hundley, and
the .titer not having beard thi
iii tbe trial, Governor Mans
will be asked to appoint Jndgi
. mme here the f;
the next term of court and pass up?
on *he motion r'?"' a new
trial. Judge Gordon has not heard
Idence In I
Judge Hiimlb ? adjourn
court to morrow morn
other Fuit. nts i ,. inn < .mi Roasa
Tie- Herald, in a recent Issue, sug
ii Southall should he added Xf>
?liar now adorn the wall
our Court room, and now Mrs J A
LoCkett, who reads the Herald in a
far-off California home, writes te
friend, Mi. B. L. tonmbert, and of?
fers lo donate two faithful pi
graphs ot the distinguished Virgin?
ian, from which the portrait may
be made. And while on Hi" sui
hf Hie suggestion of Mr. Frambert.
we would name that leading surtt'on
of his day. Dr. J. I' Msttaier as
worth) ? 'ii with our d
aruisbed dead, whose features shine
out in our local hall of fani"
Stubborn as Mules
are liver and bowels sometimes;
seem to balk without cause. Thea
there's trouble?Loss of Appetite?
Indigestion, Nervousness. Des
ncy, Headache. Rut such trou?
bles fly before Dr. King's New Llt>
Pills the world's best Stomach ant