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THE FARMVILLE HERALD
HONOR FO'i THE PAOT, HELP FOB THE PRESENT, HOPR POE IHE KITURK.
V()I PABMVILLE, VA, FRroAY, APRIL 21, uno. N NO
If PROFESSIONAL NORSE.
>v IXGKL OF MERCY.
\\Maher Wlu> 'Arri.*, tin
: ', Blt k li .om
.?'. ag* te. 'ming with
: thrilling with acti
bai rome the pro
i.nu beautiful in
? : always u
Bttt with li
?n plaoed in
?n. but has
i and waited at
itt k trleade, and
bonor thoae noble
?? | thei
l work of cooling
? know and lore,
tl I) VOsU ll not
ta flower of th?i
They go about
> follow in the
. ibis much we
. to add that lae
? trained nurse in
u should not mean
loor iu the
Ls. This .I
I arimis, thc
whom a nc" to
. .1! I,'
? I And dar"
ered for want
? il I frienda are
??! how skilled.
la to distrust
.a t that a train
'I to take
"ii in the home
. ? ? . ....
i.)":table w>u say
oned beet for the
mother had as areli
the t.-a.'her and
. to do with the
eed not read nor
IV ii position is to
me life and upon
t good. Tbe nur.?e
.11 ploma, but
tton i tv taaetapr
I but the in
? ttgth, manhood
glow bs lt of
? 1 la. e We content
SJ - to telegraph ?"
itv for flowers
? "tie bud trained
of a friend placed
bold more ol 1.
: >n't misunderstand
Dds of the angels
? ready to respond
He suffering, and
Mth a courage
an of earth have
ll Iel not her com
Ishlpl current, nor
rt '? entrances, any
eould say to the
1 child and
ire for it."
things that ni"
hand and the
ol :i loving heart
'KHL> the new
A, manufactured by
11 will say
iVtsgrammr For the Hi
The Historical Society which i
t-oposed to establish would be
sort of bureau of inventories ari'
title guarantee for the county. Tba
? say, where people ha-. ?
?1 for more than a hundred am
. many thiiig> haw b??? ,
.lone, many customs bare aN
ed and changed into other es
and the result is an inheritan.
the past which cannot be thorough!:
understood uni.-ss thorough!]
a land, wiih its improvements
is not the only possession ot ;
?of associations which should !?
ularly inv. What claim bal
ii county to a place in history ? Whai
title to distinction? who aril]
rd ttl deeds in a book'.'
No one person can do this. This
must be the work of a number iii
i? opie, who will accomplish tin
!?? drawn together in
,ety. Bach individual adds w
the capital, and the capital fund
r volume of buslnesi
possible. It is not unreasonable to
-. of this kind of work
business. lt is business.
In the first place, it advert i.
county, and then it leads to an ac?
curate knowledge of what the comi?
ty ls, for this cannot be known un?
til it is known what the county bas
An organization of th'
proposed is intended to answer cer?
tain questions. What? why? When?
Where? There can be no final an?
te all queel ions, but ui less
some of them are eternally
and answered in some way. things
are not as they should
A short time ago inquii
made regarding the papers la ths
amenta which ii now arallable would
throw light on a great man: int r
gton as ii was eight;
?I that ti"
I time in I
and filially, on tue breaking ii
household, had begg burned |
Tlc i? into an Ul B WOutd
.-?l's of the
'.ut b] ti" ni' I lluable
? y would bS I"
would lie to kindle a small torch.
which would light up a little dark
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. IV.
Hebditch, at Millwood. Buckingham
county, wa ? ol ? beautiful
marriage OU April 12th, when
daughter, Quinn, wai glTOB In BUM
riage to Mr. F. Haney McGraw.
The ceremony was performed bj
Kev. Barrell, pastor o/ the brid".
The parlor was decorated in white
Miss Annie Spencer prt
an, and Mr. A. lt. Armstrong,
uncle of tba bride, acted as master
of cerenioni-- Prompt!) -'it 11:30
\ M.. tin- bridal part] entered th.
parlor. Th" groom came in with
-t num. Mi. Herbert Btegei.
followed by the maid of honor. Miss
Louie McCraw, ilatei ol th" groom.
Little Lila Newsom. oiOCC ot tbe
bride, was flower girl. The bride
entered on the ann ol'
vere a gown of gray in
line Immedlatel) alter the
moiiy a luncheon was served and
to us who have been emeriau ?
the hospitable home of Mr H>bdit< h
w know bow pleasantly the hour
In the afternoon Mr. and Mn
Mci raw left for their bom.', ?.
Hill, Buckingham county. W<
glad to know they will net
their native county.
The bride is loved for her
disposition and gentle .haracter, and
will be greatly missed from her old
neighborhood. The groom ls a pros?
perous young farmer.
Our best wishes for a rlong and
'len IbsaaaUTU <n QoM,
The reward of ten dollars in gold
which was offered by White Drug
i'n, f< r the best suggestion of a
for a new tooth wash, was
a* i >.<?' to Mrs B. M. Hil'.
vhOM happy suggestion. "N'o-D-Kay '
L >oth wash, was unanimou
ed by the com: d of
Hrs. Beckham and Hudgins, and R.
\'<ng with the gol cf the Herald
a IKHTHKs < t?\s| F.TIVt.. INTER
i sum. wo abi.i: PAPERS
Gsaaas Ihaueia <m ffraarej ssa! Math
t-? st '.nd <>ut in liebeg C dore.
a In the Courthouee at four P. M . if
, Tuesday In Ita
Mts organization. Dr. Winston pr
1 I Dr Oil] j au i
at and t!
-j of gonn. not only to
; members of the profession, but to
I tend ? \nb ami Instruc
i oi Importance by Dre. irving. Mer
. Trout, of Roanoke, I i
("rut", of Farmville, while Dr, Pree
,' man, of Richmond, tn ated
CUloSla hy means ot' th.- eui"
J The papers read srere generally
.?uni there "..
J helpful exefeanf sws between
the brethren on tba many subjects
which were brought before the body
for Its coi Thc n
tandpoint, bot one of koh
Doctors may differ ju
preachers do upon tilings ol' minor
import, while upon the underlying
principles ol th" noble profi
Pal mville w is
honored In having within it
\ so many
"i th" bealla) v-iil
;"i to welcome them again In]
Dr. Peter Winston, president, Dr.'
VV i 0111s, leeretarj and tn
er, Dre. W. m. HoUaday, W. E.
.!. B. Ahilt, T. M. i
('. Welsiger, v
Dr. M. \\. Baxtei srishet io em
phau, 'lie rumor that he
? arie here to al
? ?! with th<
wi'l have other members of th<
iii to join him.
\ \ L-it oi Lore.
Editor Herald: in your Issue <>r
last week you published tl"
Mrs. M. M. Crallfl took to ;i
suffering lister a howl rn pur.- cream
Von further expressed the hop.
thai, no one would be disciplined be
? sreof, though
you admit by using the adj
that there was no viola?un
? ii also ad-1
mit that the teachings oi
Hook were followed, "the sick vis?
ited .ind !!." hungry fed." Whv
then should anyone he di-' ip:
Von grant that the d' ??.'
prompted by "unselfish and geaeroU
lore Why then should such a
Irieu.H.- act he looked upon aa a
crime dot) T Surely from
yiur own statement you would al-..
? ? sick to ii" uncomforted and
the hungry go Unfed, and would sup
all feeling of sympathy for
Thi.'. will not happen "no BX
Reference to the ; was
madj in the spirit of fun. Would
tho- there was more of love and <
'f fun in this old world of '
Wasting His Ti nie
We often notice an able bodied '
colored man leaving town at Bins
A. M.. with -three long poles, a tin
of worms and maybe a snack, on his
way to the banks of the Appomat?
tox We watch him again about
M., as he returns with one
minnow swinging to the end of a
willow. A day wasted when he
Blight have earned fair wages at
real work and three square tn
Hut he found instead, "otium cum
dignitate" (and if he cares to know
what that means in plain English we ?
will add for his benefit, rest with '
dignity,) and what cares such an on
for work or wholesome food0
Rose Bud and Prince Edward, i
the famous 6c. cigars. For sale :
everywhere and manufactured in i
PLAJCR8 ATTAt u \ PRINCIPAL
MiCKLT VMI A I'KINCHWI.
B 'lieut Kevp'MI'led Promptly Ul
llfillivi I lulei (Mic Roof.
taeeanMaee UajM Lons Heavy.
bell to ring in Farui
vilie last Sunday morning was a
ball, and it summons
ind and ..
which Ml A V
I H. Hunt
uildiiift being the p
'Ile ed at a
Quarti \ m. and must
quick lo begin its work'
ored man says be
: thc store at hali
i la and t io tn Idem ?
Though on one of
crowd..! sonatas of the town the
fire was confined to th.- one build?
ing, but did deadly work
and al' Internal fixtures. Mr Wade
? leven hundred and fifty dollar
insurance, and his bold
I thousand. Three hun?
dred of the insurance was upon Uie
fountain. leaving only eight hun
nid fifty upon the entire
which wan a large /nie, and had but
??> beCB materially added to.
Hunt had only four Inn
of insurance and of course bel
niflcant Capt. Hunt had on.
md on hi thll
by no m. .
other things he 1"
era which recently cost him
Mack barber shop adj"
caine in for of burt, 'I
let that t:
in the burned building
into t .rough S huh the .
lound their WI
Insurance. The llvei ? d ti"
rear i inger
and the ho; but
ped Without injury
Th.- iain wa-- lalling at the tim.
bad l?"eii tailing (li
th" night, and thi- was forte
not thai ere .ne dependenl upon the
falling rain to aid ns in puttiiu
'ire now -a days, hut that it do.
in preventing th.- spread ol ti" fire
fiend. A fire never visits now that
,!"il to meet ll
of relief The
Ideal Shoe Store also adjoins tie
burnell store, and though BO fir"
was done it th<
were removed aim som.- dam
, i Th.- fi,-" came
oi til" year when all I
mts were enjoying th* adsan
"t active trade and this of it?
self makes the loss the bouvier.But
t'ner.? : as failure in
? abuter] ot an) one <>t ?
and, like Phoenix of old. they will
rise out of the ashes and come again
\o ..li" knows the cause ol tl"
but there are those who conj-? '
t!i.it it was started by liglitnin
;t that hour a storm was in
Wt all do know. HOD
that th.- tire did break out. and WC
know further that but for our tine '
fire fighting Machins
would present today a broader and
black.'! Bad "nougb, hut it
Blight have beea wot
d the Herald for temporary
lions of the bus
SOndueted in the burned building. .
Saturday must have been a good (
lay in Farniville's business circles.
?st satisfied of mortals we^
<n\> was in the person of a small
:o!ored boy, seated in a small cart,
nehind a small steer leaving town
for home with a full barrel of flour..
We fancy that we could almost catch
me chuckle of Joy when the precl
)us cargo reached its destination
ind the lid was lifted. "Let Um '
BorM wag aa lt will, and we will
t>e gay and happy still." Bread for
ill the children and some for the
leighbors. Full stomachs and
content. Life is worth liv
"Had dyspepsia or Indigestion for c
rears. No appetite, and what. I did r
?at distressed me terribly. Burdock ,
Blood Bitters cured me." J. H. t
Walker, Sunbury, Ohio. f
Foley's Kidney Remedy Mill cure' *
bladder trouble not be?
yond the reach of medicine. No
medicine can do more. For sale by
There was i|uite a large and
.thoroughly representative gathering
I of the cit i armville in thi
'house on Wodi ening
to talk over th.- educational int
of the town.
i-'irst. that the Normal author!
strict up to
th grade, the burden t
hourn eanally hy the Normal
trict an in
on the $hmi for Hie
if maintaining an improv
\ ' omni ippotnted U
CUlate this petition with the irlew
Mr. H. K. Wall
that a regular vote rather
than an appeal to petition. In this
i Ited, h.- alor," voling
Mng was thoroughly cotn
I to the two plans above noted.
Tlie board ot Bupervlsors Will un >-t
\ Leadev <?i Cbaeeh nulliliea
Hr. Hatcher, now of the Broad
Church, Richmond, is going
to liv in the hiutory of the Ifetho
Chureh of Virginia as the Lad?
er of church builders. While in
Farmville san) handsome
buildll :. and now that
preaching in one ot the
attractive church b tlldini
mond a mot on foot | i
out on Broad street and build on a
larger and grander scale in the West
end of the city. And if Dr. Hatch?
er dos ii it the
man needn't undertake the work,
ll" knows not only |
hut how to put hands to WOT
'laving first had ba: down
Into the biddei s of
\ \ im. i> Knot.'*
An oper. rta in two acts was |
?y the Glee clul Normal in
idftortum on last Monds
p III The following Were tile
Julia, belie oi Barnstapoole, Lal?
la -loi her frlei
le da' ison; Hill, an
lent mariner of "Bounding 11 i 1 -
lOW," Mr. Matt.ion; .lim.
aboard "Bounding Billow,1
[?'rank Blanton, Burton Hlantoi
Hubbard; Delia. Daisy. Dora. fish
apoole, Bert M
Powell, l.dia Weymouth.
i \ summer afternoon, boat
? ' ii on.
A splendid audience witnessed the
? ndition ot tlie above w.u con
: and well executed program,
md united in pronouncing it a bril
iant I . The graceful group
the girls, their faultless mOVO
nging and their
)ut-pouring enthusiasm captured
'harmed the crowd.
and "Belle" and
leckies made a pleasant picture and
ontributed full share to th.
ight 0 "ning. Miss Minor.
<l at the piano and led
ivith the confidence and the skill
>f one hom to command.
Well done. Cl-e Club of th. Nor?
? s ll iiititul.
The trees that stand guard about
he Presbyterian Church were plant
?d some twenty-five years ago
ilready begin to show signs <?
:ay. Others should it to
ake their places. What's wrong
rtth the trees of the present day
hat they die so young? Why do
lot the trees we plant live on a*
hose do which were planted by the
land of God? They live on through I
he ages, defying the storms that
if-at upon them and welcoming the '
unshine as they fall upon them.
tut the hand that planted them ls i
Tb- High Cost of Uftag
Increases the price of many ne
essltles without improving the qual
oley's Honey and Tar malu '
ts high standard of excellence
ina its great curative qualities with- i
?ut any increase in cost. It is the ]
>est remedy for coughs, colds, croup,
hg cough and all ailments of
he throat, chest and lungs. The I
jennine la in a yellow package. Re?
use pubstltutes. Sold by all drug
Call at the Home Bakery and 6ee
>ur new line of cakes and pies.
THE DEATH IL
thu old mw rn MAH IV
dlr lui: \m? thk roma
M W OBBV thi: CALL,
Death la no ii 4 in
"lt is Ippolated 1 ste Mea <>ur?
lt. ii Cue]
Mr B. li. Cai ? 1 ni
county, d ? nome
.on iu the
and full Of honor thia retCHM
? lien from the tanks, and joia
ed the gr.at majoi ll
1 qalel llf< ??. the
farm where be labon 1 iiT
ing the life of an honest tuan and
commanding the respect and
of all who knew hm, He wa*
?od neighbor, the g.| cRlaesa*
the Baptist Church, the church of
bis choice and of Ile
leaves a widow aud a large family
of children and a host of friends to
mourn and miss him.
He 1 ought the good fight, kept the
faith and rests from his labor
J. M, (faaBga*
lu the death or J, M. Orange
Farmville toeSS a citizen who in hie
life gave to us the good example of
untiring devotion to daily duty.
-nong of body, and evoa
to the last" and labored on when
other men would have abandoned
? I pub?
lic nature a/as lp di ll to
day of thc recent
1, and tli
choice is a citizen and I'Cter, and
au exempts worthv
of following, espiciall age
when so many an neg
ia Important civic d
iiiH through weary Bl li"l
? morning. I mi bo
Mom his labors In rntr
City of tbe Dead
irthav m. Darvall.
Arthur M. Duvall. son of Mr. and
Mr.. W. M. Duvall. died in tin
ihington On la t Sunday I io
The mother who bore bim watch"
bli bedside and ministered te
him as only the mot: ll ua
I skill aud love ba j [elded is
.he unequal itruggh ii;- reaaalaa
leeched Farmviii' 1' M.. aad
th.- depot by a large
Concourse of friends, and v ere tak?
en at once to the family iQUSTS ia
metery and bo ? the
-id.- oi 1 brattier who has gone be?
fore. Mr. Duvall mg maa
ot engaging pe souality. ba-1 woo
enviable repu.a ion in BUI *
When last a! home lu- was the
picture of good health, was warmly
greeted by his many friends aud
lhere opened before him S life full
of promise and of hope. But while
"mau pro poe ee Cod d ana
be bes tie.11 Cat down in tn?
strength of young manhood One af
our preachers told us in a r.
sermon that there was no place io
..ur cemeteries for "broken shafts"
ov.r any grave, and so we will not
say that an accident has c. nie io
providential dealings with the
children of men. but that His wiso
and loving purposes are being ae
complished. The young men ot
Farmville during the pi ' a
months have been attending our
Churches in increasing numbers, and
there they have been listening to,
calls from God's own word, and now
MsOthor sermon has been preached,
this time at the open grave of a
companion in years.
"The old must die. the young
Ik at Car*!
.Mr. L. E. Card died at his homo
near Tuggles on last Monday and
was buried on Tuesday afternoon ia
netery of Appomattox Church.
Mr. Card came to ns from a dia?
nn* stat* some two years since, and
tias been living on what is known as
!," Prince farm. It was not our
privilege to have known the deceas?
ed, but we express the hopo that he
found a happy home in Virginia and
that his rest in her bosom is aa
peaceful aa though he slept by the
dde of friends of other days. It is
not often that the Herald is <