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title: 'The Farmville herald. (Farmville, Va.) 1890-1934, December 09, 1910, Image 1',
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THE FARMVILLE HERALD
H >NON COR THK PAdT, HELP Pf)B I HF PRESENT, HOPE FOR rilK FUTURE.
VOL. XXI. - I RMVILLE. VA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, Plo \<>. ,;
HMM* OH LIST Tl KSDAV, MM
mtn*ia%? 'ann] Mts sn*\j*..<iifiti[
Three Against. But Hjw The
Vuetttloo Boen Settled ?
An election to decide whether o
wot there shall be a bond Issue 01
Hie part of the town to the ainoun
of $15,000 for the purchase (.r thi
l plant, was held on T.
when 84 votes in favor ol
m.e proposition and tl against it
Under the charter of the towt
ihis meai tot the issue ai
??iee-fiftli8 of the votes cast
? ??.. but a State law requiring a
i such el?
.' to as I
iniiiar and formidable I
'?ceeded to administer the ry
? tl and vigorous touch down. (-''
mistake cost $2 and costs, bu g~
was worth the price. c,,
igenti for Heat Stock Fooda (i0
I ?kite Drug Co
argect and best line of
^k room" gooda In town. White
baking your cakes for
. see the H rae Bakery.
ave you time and money.
patronize the Home ,s
ftntr bread a;d cakes. bU'
ready to help the housewiv- ,
dec 2nd A 9th ( Ho
ri i wwi sm i w f \ is i
MgBNI l?-lt-i I "itt .*? nit v I li?
An evening of social enjo
was indulged in at the Phi Sigma
? Fraternity halls on Friday
lag last from 9 to ll :30.
I The halls were artistically deeo
rated with evergreens, potted plants.
. the fraternity's colors, and nume?
rous incandescent lights. The oc?
casion was marked with many at?
tractive features that made up
r ? the manner of the entertainment,
J rock as gaines, telegram oo
t music and afterwards a sumptuous
I luring the entertainment.
, PW Sigma Helta pa
0. <>. Hawftl presiding at the
. bowl. Misses Grace Wallon, I
i K> le and Tatt ?
i the prize winners of the evening
U ll: 45 tie
into the dining hall winch wa?
th fuU lai
its full ..
Hull.I ty (lift*!
gnment froi Soi
ec 19th to 25th, from D. B. B
d & * ch burg.
:iul stock of f.
ls, Watches. Brocbea, Rings, >n
ina, Cuff Locks, bar
i'd laces and every class of Jewel- ros]
. Also Toilet Ware, Silver Ware, _
at Glass, Brass goods, Leather
leds. Umbrellas, Opera Glasses, &c. we!
It will be a pleasure to have you
me and look over this beautiful
splay and Mr. TI109. W. Johns will \
n showing you. Or- and
Cited and promptly filled, thn
igravlng fi. do i
J. A. Garland, Druggist dy,
Bring us your "Prescriptions." CoM
me are too difficult for us to "ac
rately compound." White Drug j
Gat the Gonuine Alway*.
A submitu'e ls a dangerous maV
In medicine. T
s Hutley and Ti
es c-'Uglis and cl Is quickly a:
jstituUs. Bold by all druggist
rhe Whit* Drug Co. sell Foley's D
ney and Tar.
M\(HI\Ks 1\ I'OslTluN
f*?? "*> H amis Manniriiijf Th IBB While
OaaattM Pams* Mama Them.
Monday, Dec. 4th, 1910, was made
memorable in the business history
of Farmville by the opening of the
?.?verail factory, corner Third ami St.
While the factory is not yet in
finished form many machines are
in position, a gaso
tliem and deft
hands direct them. I work?
ers and long air
le and or
A n : th.- ll
rho will meet
of the '?Bedford County hi,.
nths old, and yet has mads fOOi
ne bank i .;<>rn grea
i he is one of them. to
Hiough Richmond i-^n't included Ja
'Group 4," a number of lu occ
ike will be represented c p
iival occasion. To one aud all
mville extends the hand of glad
Vhen your feet are wet and col 1
your body chilled through and
jugh from exposure, take a big
a of Chamberlain's Cough Rena- v ?
bathe your feet in hot water !??
i going to bed, and you are al- y()"u
rain to ward off a severe
I. For sale by all de i.
he White Drug Co., soil C!iam- first
aiu's Cough Remedy. ln.-|t
lazy liver leads to chronic dys- lnfls
>ia and constipation ?weakens keet
whole system. Doan's Regu-. Tar
??nts per box) correct the tute;
-, tone the stomach, cure con
^an's Reeulets are sold by
te Dtug Co. H.
THIS nm IN ( H MO! OF THF
I.AIHKS QT TH! Mil II-MW-.I
The Lecture Hinno lUdl&nt Ami
Beautiful, tatt** Articlus, Fin?
Sapper. Re* eyits >?:.?<?*.
Since the building of the new
charrb, with all its convenient at
a well furnish
. ti.-- ladii
'hurcli an* nf many
ol the 1.. and hand
and this fact *
go Stock of Horse Blankets and |Dg
Robes at cost for the next 30 dea
s at Llewellyn Bros. a
ijituous dinner was served and
heartily by all
sent. Xo one knows I
prepare the old fashion Virgin
? iian the hostess on this
asion, Mrs. Geo. W. Davis.
simple Sa/ejuard For Mothers.
[rs. D. Gilkeson, 326 Ingles Ave., cuU
?gatowa, Ohio, gained wisdom thrr
experience. "My little girl bad Tho
were cold and coughed almost hou
lnuously. My sister recommend
? Honey and Tar. The tj
, dose I gave her relieved the Dy .
imation in her throat and af
using only one bottle her throat .^
lungs were entirely free from . .
i. Since then I always *?
i a tattle of Foley's Honey and ?
in the house. Accept no substi
I sale by all druggists. ] y fl*
kiev's Honpy and Tar is sold by dru*
White Drug Co.
arald and N. Y. World fl 60.
M Mt \Y IN I \KM\ 11.1,1
I'*. I rsl Son tn ut' Wini -eft >'i i
in Til ? j hal Pani.
With the first Sunday of tin
winter came the first snow of th*
season. It soon melted, but wai
followed again on Monday morning
and winter was out in full .lr
The congregations were large in
all the churches and again tl.
pie heard the preachers gladly. At
the evening hour of worship the
pastor of the Presbyterian Church
preached the second of a series of
?ns to young women, having as
his theme. "The young woman in
The trial of Christ wa
ject of the lesson taught in our Sun
1 it thrilled with in
i mt's M ?
(D THE BEAR \\ 18 \ I"
f for his gun
:h buck-sh .taring
sh for tho terror of young chlld
.n gun shot
rhe dauntle-s warrior returne
m the bloody field bringing with
I the trophy, the tribute to bis
II and courage, and placed it in
fit of the postoffice. The crowd
hetti when lo and behold the liv
bear was transformed Into a
.nd now all's quiet on the banks
ureB baby's croup. Willie's daily I
i and bruises, mamma's sore
>at, grandma's lameness ?Dr
mas* Eclectic Oil ? tho great
r. Thomas' Eclectic Oil ls sold we
ihe White Drug Co. ead
'orse than an alarm of fire at and
. matalllc cough of croup
ging dread to the household. '^ a
?fill mothers keep Foley's Hon- the
ind Tar in the house and give ,,9
first sign of danger. It ,..
DO opiates. Sold by a!.
ie White Drug Co. sell Foley's
ey and Tar.
\ Bl MIMI <)( s NlTM'KJt Sl'LKH
Food For tlie Rad) an<l For tho
B >ul ii i lao I ??w*t.
On Thursday Staving of last
Harrow gave its annual banquet la
Church, an id.-al place for sm ?
business men ot
Farmville, all of wh ?
ill on the :, and
a number of thi ?
? i ta
. * l)<V
l. L 'i ta
? ny ?
J. B. ' I 'f
rt in trying to I to a?
!id mi/* i Ineraa*
? nnnlngham:?Tall how ta
? <r not
How is the beet
y to interest an 0 > man
Suuday School work?
Ur. I. L. Jarman:?Do you think
aids interest and is helpful ta
? life of the Sunday School Clsai
have evenings of social en
*ev. W. R. Proctor:?Is the 3ob>
' School a place for Instruction, a
ce for exhortation, or a placa
worship, and why?
t w< uld be labor of love to Ha?
iling in drawing lessons nf help?
less and uplift from each of tha
rt-to-heart talks, but this tho
ce at our command forbids, and
must be content to say that
ii of the speakers caught on
the real spirit of the occasion.
answered the questions tersa
,nd with tolling effect Such waa
Interest kindled as the address
were being delivered that Pro?
ng Kider Dadmun broke in upoa
regular order with the t i
jestion that "Just here and now
all unite In singing the Long
(Continued on page five.)