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GcORV TO GOD IN THE HIGHEST"
Oec -rnber 25
.-For mat. ***** tm *-***? tku *.?) tm the 'itu of
. ? toeior. wlUctt m Vm***t IM Lor*.
GDD'M oreml** thai tbe !*e?*d '?f
AtKafcam should ultimately
bte-as ag uaiioiiH ha* iutlueixed
*V*ight tn** world ever bal aarika
l.-riy aaaenprt thoae Baltana dvina eem
*i^v<>ua lo A-braluurn'??< home aud nortb
?ud weis a ard frv:u there, lu the
. iw-tlens 4* wbicb the message of DI
?? toe tarot has gone. At first tbe Jew*
? OoUKbt o-f ?>?? proiulae aa being fui
?ll?l In Mei* aa a uatl"Q that, with
?ut aa?istn.?oe from *.... 11 i^ii. they
?OU>d a(<C*K*>Vif the: God
through obedience to tan Law Cove
Hast, aod that theu. ** Inetmetora of
tb* world, they would leash all nations
to keep that MHM Law. and thus
*>rla* the w**\ti to tbe bleared -""tate of
?p*rf?H-tlou. Uv lue favor and life ever
tauting This hope waa crushed out as
*hey fouud themselves nuable to keep
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'*jn*t>nmt a*M*ia/i* rf* ia *'A^trOeserupm **?
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the Law, truing down Into death. In
?tead of attaining to perfection of life
i Mo-aes, the special servant <>
S3 ed. eould not, and did Bet, attain tb<
?tua ti the !j?w.
Then God made them the proml??e o
?onie Letter thine-of s ursa ter Mail
?tor nnd of a more sscceNfsl Cove
nant through thal Mediator The ND
dlntor of the New Covenant Mei
SI*A14Ml waa te '>e premer than Moon
ms he himself gar-tared, "A Propbf
?hall thp lord your (Uti raise ii
-onto you from amonirst ymir brett
???ii like unte me (hut greaten bli
?whall ye hear In nil things whalan*?
bali siK-ak Onto you. And lt shu
? -onie t,. pass that the soul thal wi
not Ahoy that Prophet nb .n t?. deeiro*
?i from ninoil-^Nt the people.*1 [AXtt I
"The Desire of All Nations"
Aa anrronadlag Battons and iii.**
afar off beard of IsraeTs bop*
them would come a .
Deliverer, who would bless them .in
' '.i la the world and throng
then i peopl***, the beauty .
theugbl took root in
: thal \\ hen. i,i
< \ll ni.-ii w.*
?\\er Implied a i
tb the mu:
Hides of Pale.
rule.-- said. No, this '* n..i
ed, w ben !
neater works ti,
thia man'.* Never mun spake like tl
x ere few rem
bim, el. li HtllOtlL'st Ills own
,l,'1|%' - indeed- t" whom. 1
harmony with the , ,,f "
The seem af Ihe Lord " w,,h ?*?*
'hat merrere him and hr "'" ***
ihem hi<? roven
agate it la written, "1 will atvs ta
? of the people" il*
Neither lews bm
i sb weald fli-' to off
through obedtenre to r
Truth, B living BBcrlBoe f'-r ?innei
None of them knew that a looa perl
mast etapae from tbe time
elah would be tbe maa
acquainted with grief, of
people would Ix' a-t'.imed. until
? the wh
girton ' " -"
1 c.d's mal arc
or ??? luring past B
a tidally "little -
ed it ti men to bl
and joint h.-r with him In
? nU* rvlgn. Pew se* that
?"little flock" haa been select'<1 during
nation, people. Windred and tongue,
and that they are all saints, ill the
spirit of their minds. ld fol?
low lb. Lamb. ?
walking In the
Few understand that, hs asea aa \be**e
Jemteacrltcen wttb the Master shafl
bave filial up the BH-WBre sf afflic?
tions appoteted. Ikea the Kingdom af
glory will tte reved led and all flesh
thtmi tee it together aud all abai
blessed by IL
A Savior?Christ tbe Lord
lt waa prophetically, of course, tbat
rh>* Rube of Bethlehem was called a
Savior-be was to be a Savior. The
Christ, the l?rd. But as the Babe be
1 waa none of these. He became The
Christ before becoming the Savior and
Lord Tbe word Chrtat algnlfle* anoint
ed. in the Dtvtne purpose lt was ar?
ranged tbat Messiah should be anoint?
ed High Priest of Israel on a higher
plane than Aaron?after the order of
Me lc hised ec. (Psalm 110:4.i And ev?
ery priest must he anointed to his of?
fice before he could fill it. Similarly,
lt waa prophesied tbat Christ would
. be the great King, greater than David
and Solomon, who were bis types and
The anointing of Jesus was not with
Merni oil. but with that wblcb tbe oU ?
i upon the bend of the kings and priests
Of Israel typified-the holy 8pirlt He ;
I received this holy Spirit at tbe time of |
bis baptism, tbe Spirit falling upon
him and abiding with bim. anointing
bim for his great work of antltypkal
Priest and antityplcal King of Israel,
who, aa the Messiah long promised,
would bless them, and through them,
the world. But every priest was or?
dained to offer both gifts and sacri?
fices for sins, and In this also they
typified Jesus, aabo, under tbe Divine
arrangement, must first offer up him
. self aa a sacrifice acceptable to Cod
for tbe sin of mankind- In order that
he might be the Savior or Deliverer of
men from tbe curse of sin and death?
that he might teetora them and their
earthly home to the glorious condition
of perfection represented In Adam and
his Kde ii home Heme lt waB neces?
sary that Jesus should not only conse?
crate his life to the Divine BSIlfce and
I | be anointed with the holy Spirit, but
that, aacrlfl' lally, he should lay down
his life, even unto death-even tbe
death of the crosa. Aa a part of his
reward he was raised to glory, honor
and Immortality, on the third day
As the glorified One hp was now
fully commissioned and empowered to
f establish the long promised Messianic
j. Kingdom, but has l?een walting whiles
'. "little flock" have walked in his foot
. Sises aalH the elect number shall be
Completed I 4 shall share his glory.
Then his Kingdom will take the control
of earth. Satan shall Im> bound for
a thousand years and all the wonder
ful blessings promised in the Law and
the Prophets and QoopOBl and Lplstles
shal' be fulfilled.
"A 8avior and a Groat Ono"
We bow the S.'u of God
attained his Priestly otti. e. for thc
sacrtdce of himself; how be waa
anointed thereto, and also anointed tu
be the gr.-at King, and how he has been
merely walting for the due time foi
his Kingdom to begin. Now wc ta
quire ai to tha force and signll
of the word Savior, and hmr be
??le from their --ins'
In the Arabic, Sa\lor signifies life
Tin- Redeemer, gioritn-d as thi
antityplcal Mekrblsedec, "a prieai upo
bis throne." is to bc 11
of the ra.e. for whose sin ant
?^^<r^**saii>we/ara*u^-e^r' J fm.*fie tar"
** ?****" ?
died?"the Just for the unjust, to brln
us beck te dod." boom during thi
Age kik! some during the |mtI?k1 of hi
tank reign. Qradeally he. wit
his saintly Bride class, will uplift bl
inanity from sin and death le rig!*
eousness and life eternal and will d<
Steel all who refuse the Messing I
the Second Death, from which ther
will l>e no hope of recovery
But the Chrtat. the Reefer af dor
Bride mid Bridegroom, will, ffnited!
be tbe world's Savior The glorlflf
Uedeeuu-r Church first-I
a special salvation and Mich Cullin
These ure the "elect." railed to si|(T'
him mid. if faithful, io reign sr*
him on the Heavenly plane. The
lt with now oo tb.
faith, they | death unto li
kv the "'"l Ita r s
teeter, into * riih ?',.mI.
Meriti* e. through the merit of ihr li
deemer Their salvation will I* ma
re In I
resurrect-.on. the "l-'irsi Hesurreciioi
and become Vin^s and pi
cod. u> reign with Chrtat a uiuu?j
Let Me Be Your Druggist.
Having purchased the entire ir.tertst in the Drug Business of
Freear Ar Garland, formerly H. C. Crute, I respectfully solicit a
share of your patronage.
I MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDEDiTO
MY AIM IS TO PLSASE.
L A. GARLAND, I
236 MAIN STREET.
fta?B???i?iib ga J
On and after Dec. 1st. the pr ieee
ot coal delivered will be as follows:
i per cent discount will be gives
for cash ia tea days from prices
Splint Lump, beat quality, 15.01
Pocahontas Lump, 15.60 per ton.
Red Ash Lump. 15.50 per ton.
Beet Pa. Anthracite, 18.00 per toa.
Run ot Mine coal, 14.00 par toa.
Pine Coal, ask for price. Very cheap
1.000 lbs. Splint, 12.71.
1.000 lbs. Red Ash or Pocahoataa.
500 lbs. any grade, tl.60.
400 lbs. any grade, $1.25.
300 lbs. any grade. $1.06.
All my lump coal ls screened on
yard la addition to being screened
at the miaea and ls free from fine
coal, dirt and slate. I burn the fine
coal la making ice and caa there?
fore afford to give you clean alee
lump. W. C. NEWMAN.
Office at Iee Plant. Phone 41.
YOU SHOULD BUYiYOUR
1. Pecause you get nice, fresh
2. Because better goods for less
3. Because your goods are delivered
promptly FREE OF CHARGE.
Next door to'
Richardson Sc Cralle.
PHONE 181. Mainstreet.
Watkins a BROCK,
-ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Pr*rtir?in CVrnrte f.f Prince Edward, fniribee
ay and Amelia, am
Esoerialat' n bankrupte
\\T C FRANKLIN
PAMPI.1N CITY. VA.
PrwHce* in Aj-pomattn*. Prine-*' Edward an
Supreme Court of Vinr'mi
? w??*?neN wall
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Praetkea In all State and Federal Coora.
Omc* 237 Maw Sruf-r.
Dr. m powell tynes
OC=1fT OVER PEOPLES 4ANK
P iONfc.251. issiah
J. TAYLOR THOMPSON
ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR
CouUTe?Prince Edward. Nottoway and
wining countiea Prompt attention to bunin*
C. illr-ri-nru mad* and promptly remitted.
Fir Sic** mn*, ern
mt*-. Oft w-MW **
Houbagonta. Hudnuts. Pirers, C<
gates, Rogers and Gallet Perfumi
They are all here. The White Dr
Orders taken for all kinds of hi
class engraving. White Drug Cc
12 Bore Automatic lemington
12, 16 and 20 Bore Lefever Ham?
merless Shot Guns.
12 Bore Nitro Hunter Single sad
Double Shot Guns.
Winchester and U. ki C. Sheik
Fresh Stock, all sine loads
Hunting Coats, Vest's, Teonasre
C. M. Walker's Sons.
N. B.?Following i?oh?lul?- figur-**-* are [??_..
inly aa information acd are out guaranteed.
L45 A. M. No. IL With pullman. Foran pu.n I
i?/liA. M. No. 7. For Durham :
?illa. Greenabon . Charlotte and
intermediate sun *
at Danville with mair line tra
Lynchburg and Washington, and
at Greensboro with Isa
and weat thereof.
1*44 P. M. No. 13. For ali point* sou-h an
?out h weet. Drawing roor*. Buffet
Sleeping ear to Memphis i .> A h?.
ville and Chattanooga can- -r-ing
with pullman to AUaota am
I.-Oft F. M. ex. Sunday. No. 119 For Chase
City. Durham and Ralr-irh.
1:17 F. M. No. 17. Daily axcapt Sunday. Loral
Na. 12. 4 Ji A. M. daily. No. lt). 4:26 A M. ex
eept Sunday. No. IX. 10:43 A. M ex. Banda- .
Na 8. 12-07 P. M. daily. No. 14. ?34 P. M. daily.
All for Richmond
Noa. ll. 12.13 and 14 <-arry pu^r.an*. and day
Buache*. Noa. 7. a. Ul. 120. 17 and lb. ua> eoach
POPULAR YORK RIVER LINS
Leave Richmond 4:30 P. M. Monday a. Wed nea
laya and Friday* for Baltimore. Philadelphia.
Mow York and point* North and East.
Fl g. Bt-mogga. D. P A.
K90 R. Ma a St. Richmond. Va
??. H. Coapmao H. F Cary. S. H. Hardwick.
V. P. lien Mer. G. P A. Paaa Tra/. Mg>.
Wa*hin*toB D. (
?n.aiv 8d *0Ct
oct. t, mo.
LEAVE FARMVILLE O *?
NORTH AND EAKT.
No. IC No. 1 No 4 No. 8
itSt a. m. 10:16 a. m. 3:18 P rn ?90S p.a-c
80UTH AND WEST.
No. lt No 7 Na. &. No. 3.
lt:42 a. aa. ?*? a. ta. 6:49 p. ra. 12:57 p. ta.
Sa. 16.-For beyond Roanoke. Briatol. Bluefleld.
Columbia, Cincinnati. Sleeper* to Briatol
and Columbus. Caf* Car.
Na. 7.?For Lynchburg and local station*
No. IL?Parlor Car to Roanoke Pullman
Sleeper Lynchburg to Cincinnati. Roanoke
to Columba*. R anokr to Briatol Caf*
ear Roanoke to Wi'liamaon.
Na. I.?For Lynchburg. Roanoke and Intermed?
iate (ta tion*.
Ma. l-Por Pvtenburs and intermediate sta
tiona. Connects a' Petersburg for Rich
mond and Norfolk.
Ma. 11-For Petersburg. Richmond. Norfoll
Pullman (leeper to Norfolk, and Rtchmon-r
Na, 4.?ForPotersburg. Norfolk. Richmond an
intermediate (Utiona Pullrr*-i Parin
car to Norfolk.
Na I?For Petersburg Richmond teat local rta
If you are thinking of taking a trip YOU wan
l notations, cheapest farea. reliable and correr
nformation. aa to routes, tnin rchedulea tb
? oat comfortable and quickest way Write ai i
the information ia yours for the asking, with o>
o' our complete Map Folder*.
? . M. SBYI1.L. M. r. HRAOO.
>n. Paaa. A*1_ Trav. paaa. Air'
Roanoke Va Roanoke Vt.
H. B. Ctibarne. Agent, FarmvilU.
?%r~?r .'. t. *
??, iFaChfSi j.wUMi
.-u?i tl WC C8.. far- rm Va
Mai? m. T Blanton.
? V. vatuen. It a
m. E. ArdenoB.a
B. Crail*. H. a
? W. J. GUIs. J A Ar-nistaad. W
Lramhart. V. Vayi.n. J. A. Ama.
Dr. W. E. Anderea. W. M. Dural!. R. a
-?i?iy -W. S Wtoam, Vi. M. Duvall. V. V*
Cemetry-J. A Arrj'.J g. L. Rraab-wv
i W. M. ^
Water-R B. Cr* la, * N. Wilton. H K. Baa
i Ordinance--V Vaiden. W N. Wited. J a.
w-Dr. W. J. Gilla, K. L. Era-abort. 0,
V.' V Andt-rson.
r 0 ic ttiikim*??nd Ground* E.L. t..-*ao*m
. Dr. V.
t ->nd*-H. E. barro**, Dr W. J. GUI*. R. a
I Clerk-Jo*. E. Carland.
-Counsel A I) WaUiaa.
Tova Treasurer? S. W. Paulett. Jr.
Commissioner of Krvaaaa?P. H. C. trna,
lown Sergeant?F. W. Hubbard
Police?Leelie Fogu*. E. D. Lipscomb aad T 0
Chi*/ Fir* Department- Laalie Portia
Street Commiasioner?P. A. Tucker
lads* of Circuit Court-Hoe. George J, Haat
Clark of County and Circuit Coan* 4-?
Deputy Clerk of Coaaty aad Circuit Cw-a
H. b. Warriner.
i reaaur***?8. W. Watkia*.
Commtaaioaer of Revenue- E. L, Dupiy
Sheriff-T. H. Dickinson.
Cotnraotiwaalth'a Attorney?A. D. Wallia*.
Coroner-Dr. J. R. Spencer.
Bo-ard of Saperviaore?Parm-rille Diatrwt. J L
Hart. Chairman: Buffalo District. R. W. K*?<as
Hampden .'utnrt. Dr. W. M. Halladay. LockJ
Oiatri-1. R. H Walton. Ugh Dtatnct. 1 \
Ra of mann.
fibKWATH di Western Railruab
Tana Tabla io affect Oat 1.1M1
?S 1 ia
Daily Stattaaa. Maa. Tara.
Except Friday and Wal
FndayA only Sac T*?a
Sunday _ _FA
t. m. P. a. _a. a._P a
100 100 lr. RarJrraynd ar. 14S in
4.01 4.06 Moaolcy 7X1 lia
4.41 4.23 Flat Raak le. 7.03 HM
4 62 4.31 Negro Ana 6.56 UM
Ul 4.37 powhataa 6.41 lia
128 4.60 Macon 136 MM
(.54 6.' 6 Belona 1? lilt
Kit 6.17 Ballaville Ail *M
All S22 Tobaecovilla 114 117
Ml IM Sunnyside 162 ia
; IM 6.57 Cumberland 6..-J IM
7.24 6.04 McRae 5.1* Ul
7.11 6.12 Eulalie 6.14 IM
146 6.25 Fork 111 I'S
?.*>' 6.S6 Raine* 4 56 1.4
- li 7iO ar. Farmrill* lr. 4.36 in
. m. r. m. *?- ?> a
Tim* of -.nival*, d*partura* aad eono**t?*fl
4>t guai .-.teed.
VB. Grim. G. P. a,
Herald and M Y WnrM ll ?n
Two Noted Jurists Recognize the Safeguarding
Service of a Trust Company
As Executor and Trustee
"Following closely upon the admintatration of the estate of the late Chief Justice Fuller by
The Merchants Loan and Trust Company, as one of the executors and trustees under the will,
comes the probating of the estate of the late Lambert Tree, another eminent jurist, the petition
in this case being presented to the probate court on Wednesday by The Merchants Loan and
Trust Company, as executor and trustee of the estate. These two instance! of the corporate
handling of estates arr notable om-- for the reason that both gentlemen were eminent in the
profession of law?one having occupied the iii-whest place in the world tribunal, and
the other having distinction throughout l*?ih continents as a lawyer, a judge and a dipl<*
and both having chosen thc same institution to administer their affairs. And then
more than this prominence to be given the circumstances. When nun so sc hailed in !?
requirements and li ;> nothing of legal possibilities, turn to the modem
trn-t company and ifeguard for the profier h
ven the stron i. The estate of Justin- Fuller
nearly one million dollars, while that of Judge 1 ur and a half
The above editorial clipping from tin H was handed to us by one of our
thoughtful citizens with the suggestion that we make it the basis of an adver
We adopt the suggestion because it empfa ur proposition, to-wit: That a
strong institution like the VIRGINIA TRIM COMPANY is better qualified to act
utor and Trustee than an individual. Tin I are many, and we invite
the opportunity of pointing out theta advantages to any prudent man or woman
interested in the matter.
Booklet on trusts sent free. In it are given some valuable information about the
drawing of a Will.
VIRGINIA TRUST COMPANY,
DESK RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
Cash Capital, $1,000,000.00
HERBERT W. JACKSON, President.
JAMES N. BOYD, Vice-president. JNO. M. MILLER, Jr., vice-President.
L. D. AYLETT, Secretary. ' JNO. H. SOUTHALL, Treasurer.
JAMK< N BOYD, PretuU-nt Patmawt .Salnmul Hunk
I (' WILLIAMS, Jr., Capitalist
JOHN M MILLER, Jr., Vim t*y**ilt*0 and <
Kati-mal Hank of Ru-hmmul
FRITZ BITTERDINO, Vira-PruuterU Vxroinus Rail?
way and Pincer Company.
L f. MORRIS, President Saving* Hank oj Richmond.
SAMT'KI. T. MOKOAN, Presided Virginia-Carolina
PHILIP WHITLOCK, Capitalist.
MOSBY, J. H. Mosby A Co^ test*, thy
E. B. ADDISON, Ehrertor Satumal Bank of V 1-71 n ia.
H. VS J.U'KSON. President^ the Company.
J. J. MONTAGU*., V'c*-Pr*t*idera Plantart Sab***
Rank of Richmowti.
)V. S. forbes A Ca^ Wkotmaak Pro?
H >N MUAN BRYAN, Real Bunt*.
T. WILLIAM PEMBERTON, V-u-WVwuiW taft
Insurance Company of Virginm.
M B KOSENBAlM.CooOafcst ,# , _
-X, Pntmle.nl Conunerexal Stahl**.
? ? '?
WILLIAM A. MC '"**fm.
The funds belonging to each trust are kept separate and
distinct, not only from the assets of this company, but
from every other trust fund.