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TAFT GIVES SNUB
President Denies Audience to
francis B. Harrison.
ANGERED BY HUMILIATION
Hew Yorker Declares He Made Ap
pointment Tor President tc Receive
Delegation and Had No Warning
That He Would Not Be Received.
Re; Barten Har
ripon (Dees.), of New York, said at the
rapitol that he had received a rebuff
st the WkltS House from P:
In company with Represent
Goldfogle his colleague, and K
rf Massechosetta, Mr. Harri
torted a delegation of Hebrews to the
White House to talk with the preai
deht about using bis pood of
preventing massacrts of Hern
After the party had waited
dent- . privately informed
Mr Harrison that |] nt de?
clined to see him. So quietly wi
done that the rest of the party bad
gdi into Ml I room bel.
Mr. n the
spokesmsn ot the party, and M
callen Mr. Norton lo |
the sith him.
.ation of the ii.
Nerti -n the ?
1th Mr. Hat
'hat 1 ha.!
fcgait with th*
"W: irned he informi
I tee ths dele
1 admit I wi
"1 Immediately left the "Whiir
Hospital Orderly Heir to $500,000.
A :> ?
who lives ti London, Eng., bet
Albert it orderly
Inp Lant. London, has died SS
him $*.. W 'ip his
tel anti will sail
? i unary
be msrried an English Kiri, whom he
Suoar Men Convicted.
Cherlea K Hi ' i rotary and
formerly I :;t> ndent of thc
:? refinery in
Williamson found guilty lr
New York if complicity in the angel
weighing frsndl on the refinery dockl
In WUliamsbnrg by a Jury in th* orim
Ina! breach et the Unite* 3tat?e *S*
COU court. The third defendant, .lamet
F. Bi who was former);
Airship, Horse and Auto to Race.
The premier event of the Twin Cit:
aviation nu .i statt
groanda at st Peal, M:nn.. oi
<? 22 to Jons IS, will he a race he
tween Cnrtisi with his new model hi
Benz, and Minor Heir, tba fastest hat
will pace on thi
half-mile track. Oldfield will drive oi
the mile tieck, and Cortlsa Will hav
s wid< l :i the air.
Gift For Teddy, Jr.
A sr T>i
is been sen
to Teddy i: fr., as a w<
. of Co'<
? ? Unite
I cashier of the Havem^yer ft Bider re
I finery was the srbjert of a lens-fought
I disagreement among the twelve ,iur
i ors during the nearly twelvt Lt
which thev deliberated.
Clerk Wi.Ham Leary tailed li?
ol irrore and then sa.d. "fier.tlemtc
have you reached a verdict?
VA" have." replied Ernest I) T*rry
' the foreman. "We And the defendant
I Heike guilty on the sixth count of the
J indictment We find the defende.
! brat ht guilty as < hargad In the indict
? orient As to the defendant Benderna
' gel. we cannot agree."
Princeton Gets Proctor's $500,000.
As a renult of a special meting of
. the board of trustees of Princeton uni?
versity the institution wil' acquire
about $1.1.'000<i in gifts. The bulk of
this comes as a renewal oi ' IC Oater
made Wv William Cooper Proctor, of
Cincinnati, and brings to an end th*
contn t the site of the grad?
Mr. Proctor In May, lfOO, riffed ths
university IMO,. OB condition that
the alumni I equal amo'int,
thy Planter Burned at Stake.
he ri I
holdings and was wealthy.
May Whip Daughter.
the recipient ol
The Jury wa
danni;- sith assault and bat
led that he was within his
rights anti scquitted him.
The vining woman testified tbs
father spanked ami whipped I,.
Drops Dead as Ball Team Scoret, j
and Springfield, 111 . ball teams of the
Lynch Negro Who Attacked Girl.
it Man hews, a negl i
I'la., following an attack on a
old daughter of C. E.
PHILADELPHIA FLOUR weak;
winier clear; $4^4.40; city mills,
UTI (FLOUR steady at |4JiO*.M
WHEAT firm; No. 2 red Sift i.e."..
'KN steady; No. 2 yellow, local,
OATS steady; No. 2 white, 46?
? er graces. 43c.
POULTRY i It< iteedy; hens. 19?
l9V4c.. old roostera 13Q l3V?c. Dress?
ed firm; choice fowls, 19^c; old
B roost. : s. 15c.
Bl'TTKR steady; extra creamery.
e BOGS Brm; . near
Live Stock Markets,
Habit is a Part of
Every Man's Existence
It is natural for the thrifty man to save for the future; he
enjoys providing for himself and family.
The habit of saving, if begun in youth, will never wear off.
?iel one of our small Savings Banks and encourage your boy
ir.o;iri to save.
We pay 3 per cent, interest
in ourf Savings Department.
The Peoples National Bank
? ATTENTION FARMERS!
[See How It Pays to Patronize The Creamery!
During the month of April one of our patrons milked thirteen
common cows. For his cream he received '
His skim milk fed to hogs ar. 117.00, or a
j :iis milk. He fed to t j fi ,?? 0f
dmates his erasing as worth li !
\ ' ?'
nore importance than all he a
Adding to the Fertility of His Soil.
Farmville Creamery Association, j
?gOI 301??iOl I r^
fl HOME, SWEET H.0ME
Have You a Home? If Not Let Us Tell You How
You Cai Get One
I Farmville Building and Trust Company
DIRECTORS-H K. W.J1
^j ? ?' ?/?? ?/*!- ? ? ty
W. T. DOYNE
Furniture, Mantels, &c.
Burials in town or country Phones
l careful attention. W Residence?90
: : MAYER : : :
THKRE are four Afferent kinds of clothes for men: all sold at the sams
range of prices. Which kind do you want f
No. 1?Ready-made, of cotton-mixed fabrics.
No. 2?Ready-made, of all-wool fabrics.
No. 3?Made-to-measure, of cotton-mixed fabrics.
No. 4-Made-to-measure. of all wool fabrics.
The prices being the same, you naturally pick No. 4. Because you
know that clothes made to your measure fit you better than ready-made.
Because you know that all-wool gives better service than cotton-mixed.
If you want the No. 4 kind of clothes at the same prices 'you've been
paying for Nos. 1, 2 or 3, see our spring samples
L J. Verser & Son.
Herald and World
We also sill tho Ender Sl.OO Safety
Razor. Throw away 'he old dull
C. M. Walker's Sons
Manufacturers of J.I kin.:
Luiiber and Building Materials.
\\ a ? rurnlfch at short
. g from tin
? ill le jrlatl tn
, large 01 -
Write Us For Pr
C. E. Chappell Co.
Cholera Infantum by
WHITE & CO.. Farmville. Va
are selected seed potatoes
carried in cold storage, so
as to supply them unsprout
ed and in the best condition
for sumner planting.
The best tim? to plant
Late Potatoes Jwn June or
early in July, to make the
largest yielding crops for
winter use or market.
Write for "Wood's Crop
Special,'1 giving prices and
seasonable information a
bout Late Potatoes and
other Seeds for Summer
T. W. Wood 6 Sons,
Seedsmen, - Richmond. Va.
The Coolest Cook
on a summer's day is th,
woman who does her cook.
ing on a
I Wk*Icm, Vmevmtmm., Bim. Fl*.
Most convenient and economical m.
for summer cooking ever mad*
kerosene?no complicated ps
because door protects flame
controls the heat.
We also make the Florene (W
?nd Lamp Stoves
Fer Sal* 8,
Son k Co.
While permitting Mi
to occupy a port
for a short win;
to the public that 1
At the Old Stand
which I air.
prepared to **#
W. T. BLANTON.
ARE YOU SATISFIED
WITH YOUR STOMACH?
Do you Want a better on* ? one ti.?! woo't
belch gas, or lura sour, oi fed atasf ot make
you le*! i
cst ccu .
1U iwiU lw J
N IN Kx liv
Rooms 75c. and $1.00
OYSTERS AND STEAKS
NEAR FIRST AND BROAD STREPS
TWH GO TD THE HI ?