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tf arm ville Herald.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
tl. L. Hart, Owner and Publisher.
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
One Copy One Year.41-00
One Cop) Six Months. 50
Owe Copy Three Months.2*>
itatered at the 1'ostofflce as Second
Class .Matter.
All Communications and Money
?Ibould be Addressed to THE Hi'.li
AID. FARM VILLIS, VA.
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1910.
i iti I:i \ n\m \ ?(LAI
We take pleasure in answering at
uiuu.catiou bel wine nt Ihe
same time our gloat |
that Us ia.Until a.uuui it UH
arno rig i
D- ur 1., am elgot
old.
then
Pupa Mya, "it yon tat lt In thc
Sun
Please tell me the truth
thara a santa Claus?
VIRGINIA 0 HANLON.
115 West N ni mi.
Viigiina. your little friends
wrong. They are affected by thu
skepticism ol a skeptical ag.
do not be. .*? si-.-. They
think thal note lng can b
not cuni;. * * lime
minds. All m.nds, Virginia, wheth?
er they be nun's or eli
little. lu . of oar
man t. au ant, in his
inteii- omparad wu:
bout:.!: ? ld about him, as
ared hy ti.o Intelligi no cape
bl.' of grasping tho whole of truth
aud kaowledj
Virginia, there is a Santa
Claus. He at rtainly as
love ?
ist, and you know that they aboun
aud give to your life
beauty and JO]
mool
Bani;. lt would
ry a ? im Virgil
There would be no childlike faith
then, no put try, no romance t*
toU;. We shuuld
have
and sight. The eternal light with
i childhood filia the world
would be
Not believe iu Santa Plan--'
might as well not believe In ???
Yo . ?!) hire
men to watch In all the oblmi
bat ?
Claus cqraing down, what woald tha
prove? N bod) se Clans,
but thal is no sign thai
Santa Claus. The must real things
in the world are those that neither
children nor mwi can sec. Ind von
CVCf I dance on the lawn?
Of course not, hut that's no proof
that they ;ir?* not tlu-ri*. Noheilv
ran rmici^i* or Imagine all the won?
ders -
Me tn the world
You teer apart the baby's rattle
.*.? what makes the noise In?
side but there is a veil covering
the i "'d which not thc
strongest man. nor united
strength of nil 'tn- strongest men
that ever lived, could tear apart. On
ly faith, fancy, poetry, love, romance
can push a-ide that curtain and
.uni pict un- the sul'ii nal
l glory beyond. I
l in all Pus
world ? i else rei
ahili
Nu Thank
be lives, and he Iii
?
thousand
fruin now. hi* will continue to make
From
thc v
.
WU Vi Uis i;\t.(i\ ? m\t\(;ii:
-
quot
muni
'
And failure
lem
.vbich,
as rn ? ?
wa
to hi have
tion the balance
of trade among the nations of
earth, while bending beneath the
weight of robber-tariff exactions.
They "have been patriotic with?
out "pie."* true to the flag without
favors, loyal without laurels and
obedient >'.o Government commands
without commendation. Again we
ask wherei n are the citizens of the
Southern i^tet falling to measure
ap to the responsibilities of citizen?
ship?
It ls Incumbent on the ex-GoYern
or to namo their slr s of omission.
And yet to such .people this son
of the South, a son they have de?
lighted to honor, would have the
CItII League to ooma as mission?
aries to conrtnee of error and to
convert to the truevfatth. Ex-presi?
dent Eliot, being tte chief, would
no doubt be placed in command of
and this the man wbo
hasn t room enough in hid library
for a copy of God's Word. Excen
ti ic John Randolph would h'ave said,
"Either Ex-Governor Montague is
mad, or the rest of us are mad."
KIT A DROP IN THE RICKET.
During the recent canvass Hon.
; H. D. Flood sent out to his con
' utituents a postal-card platform up?
on which he stood. There being
no public road improvement plank
in it, criticism was made upon the
omission to which he makes reply.
In defense of his record in Con?
gress he refers to a bill which he
! had offered hud pressed and jf adopt
jed, he states that Appomattox
'would have gotten $3,147, Cumber
Hu'-kingham |
through the district. But
. it is rem
? build a mile of ma
b, thia lui* l's pla).
, of tlie nain.n is tl;
I
went aimut canal-dif
?her milli
Let Vii ginia have .
:? um the gt
let th'* S;at.-, the c the
np in another $6,00
and 1* ut this business like
md nut lik<- children. A
and dollars doled out to a
uld be dumped and lust
in mud-h. i
The time has come when mud
should he obliterated and sol?
id roadways tn
t'C ll I
DEMOCRATS Mill. VI HIE OLD
Jolt ol makin*. MISTAKES.
The Democrats of Louisiana send
a high pi.
?'iors Fuss and Wilson dab?
bling in a Senatorial coi <
ginia Democrat dd of
a family gathering. Ri yan li
fault, mid Champ Clark, who prom
io ride down tin* Avenue be?
hind a pair of mulei stiii tub
an autoinobili*.
riv and
rapidly on bad 111
rm cnn k ism ol \ Cl vic
pets of the country tin:
'mas giving, in which ti ?
thor undertook to make spun ..f
the eueton of giving in the h.
being Riven to in turn.
He emphasised the follj of one
to alioth, i i
something of value to reoetvi its
b nt in the return gift. And
why. then, salute a friend in pass?
ing since the salutation is return?
ed? Why the good morning? tho
night'' or any of the sweet
coini.sits of life?
Why not grunt as you go by and
suppl* g ? Wli\ not
Inched i. ?
open band in friendly greeting?
Wi . t drops i-.
dow or flowers Itt thi Why
Whj be man -
long
live th. ii, oman of!
cl arlty and of ?
hi:r\ldin<;s.
i
l, but that the
i ell."
if
?id in* turned on. oi
I
and
-pace,
labor and temper O' ? ircu
out t
nhl docs, and the people will
?
t master Gencial Hlti
doing fine work as official,
aud now he purposes playing a finer
game as politician by" placing all
postmasters on the Civil Service
list, and so form the strongest po?
litical trust known on earth.
Governor il oct Wilson haa stir?
red the ire of the ex-Czar, and we
love him the more for the enemy he
has made.
Secretary Dickinson's sensation?
al report was silenced after it had
followed England's drum beat
around the world.
T. R. advised 700 Harvard stu?
dents to go into politics. None but
a reckless or crazy man would give
any such advice.
Mr. Carnegie's income is still
|3 for every 10 seconds. He will
irry up giving or yet die
rich.
T. R. dined with Booker, but
Judge Baldwin wouldn't dine with
T. R.
If Mr. Carnegie can buy the peace
0 the world for an investment oi
$lo,u00,00U. it's cheaper than build?
ing Dreadnaughts.
Some mischief-making negroes of
America have recently made pitiful
to the people of Europe for
"mon"' support. Why not let
morality like charity begin at
home?
ng in England is a long d.aw
o procedure, hut the cou;'
ind are genuine
Clark says ??('han |
tiri" those mulct doun tin-'
. some
admirer I
?
more
?
more each day.
TV to
tn back numbers.''
\\ tnt Oma u 'io iii Md.
tho Ci i
rici: "Wa have
of coin,
lu wagonloada of
pumpkin*, nine
of land."
And the "shiftless bust
the only crop-f.
farm. Should in alb wed
tO gu
planted again.
Our New Orleans unless te li full
of sugar. Direct from plantation.
Guaranteed to please you. J. F.
Walt.in & Co.
LOTPS
Colonial tange
See it in our vwidow.
We guarantee it to!
OUT LASf
any steel range
especially where c
used as fuel.
i|de-j
:?1 is!
Paulett & Butt.
S. T DAVIS!
EXPERT CPllCIAN
Von. I H. C. Hov
.. ill*-.
Office: 212 Main St., Stcoo-a Floe
To t?*oomf Honainled with the tra.
January I"', '.''ll. 1 wil. make the follow ii
.-, for '.150; I I
tor $7.60 and iii.*
"Eyes Examined Free."
ALL WONK GUARANTKEI)
OR YOUR HONKY BACK.
ESTABLISHED IN 1868
WHITE DRUG COMPANY
FOR THE XMAS SHOPPER
?? . \.;. sllo\\!\(. |\ e( | (,l.V-.s
-ls
. am Sets
Celery Trays
Olive Dishes . s
Fin Trays
Patt B
Water Hi":
Tankards
Beta
Hud Va
And many other trinkets
Manicure | arl, stag.
ry, Silver
Leatlu
Band Maps . ??>*.-??
Collar Bags
foliar and Cuff
di of all k
In Fancy I
Christmas 1
Holly Bi'Ne.-.
Holly '
I Whist
it ds and S*
i tn ain rons, (guarani
for ? $1 and lt.60
Purses
Brana
Jardlneres
Fern Dishes
Candle Sticks
Shaving Sets nnd Razors
In Silver
Nickel Silara
?ifety Razors
Knder'B $1 Safety Razors
Travelers' E f
Miscellaneous
Crumb Trays
and Brush Sets
Military Brus
x. $1
Pipes
Music RolH
Rakin
silver plate holders
Kudnuts. Houka
I'mandB, in
.'.iff and B
. I
and tan
Picks i^H^^H^
'Mitt ??..j^-.j^-.'i^-.i^-.'i^-.'i^-.'i,,,,,^*''^*''^*''^*''^*''^*''^*''^**''-''^*''^''^*''^
Bl r soi RING FOR Till' BICK ROOM
R P.OTTI PAW SYRDfGfiB, IVVIMUS' RING, I
- THEMOM OAPB
\< .
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i\ CR lfl
"Yt>u Toke Sn Chance*.**
SMILE WITH SANTA CLAUS
We wnnt vou t' ur Store before von make vour selection of
XMAS PRESENTS.
We have a complete assortment of things that will help you in
ing the question of "What to ghn
; ocially attractive is our line of High tionery. You
really must see it. It is the nobbiest and largest assortment of
High Grade Stationery ever shown here and is equal tu those assort?
ments found in the larger cities. Peculiarly acceptable as a Holiday
ANDERSON DRUG COMPANY
FARMVILLE, VA.
JNO. F. WALTON & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DBALERfl IN KYKRYTHlNG FOR THt
FARM. WE CARRY THE LAROE8T stuck Ot QOOD
THIS SECTION AND OUR PRICE* AUK |\ |UJ| Wnu A
HOUSE HANDLING FIRST CLASS Goons
Reasons Why You Should Buy Your Goods
Of Us
OCR LONG BXPBRIENCI IN BV8INR88 AND buying >
.,; WK HANDLK IN I.AIUil. (|1 VN 111 IKS KNAH1.I -
i'VK Ytjt THK BB8T VALUES tOR fOXJE MONE1
TRKATMKNT TO KVKKV CUSTOM KN AND BVBRYTHING
OLD WITH THK UNDERSTANDING IF IT i
' TARE THK (iOdiN BAI K wu
IN BUSINESS 18 TO Pl
ANY PRICE. WK WU
ANY
*
WITH
THIS LIBERAL TRADE
I '? '
'ollowlng Line Ol ?.
oid Htekor*
W;.'
Superior 1
? ?ring Harvesting Machinal arch Hydrated
Try our Superlative and Baa*/ Bake Fl"n
Mid Country merchants will do troll to get mir pru--- on flow
placing; their ordei
The Profits in the
Dairy and Live
Stock Business are in the Feed
Suparota Dsify and Live Stock FrHs, carrying the saccharine (molasses)
element in just th- right proportion to make the animals like them, arc reiishe.1
?^ j* ai.cl < ( .i, ami go to IdCH ;...tion,
jf^tM*m9^at*Mtjaf l*u'ld flesh or create strength, according to the clans of stock
mmm^^^k^kWkmrm {OJ- t0 ^
the tiianuie from Sugarota Feeds is an idea) fertilizer
Suparota Dairy Feed, Sugarota Cattle Feed,
Sugarota Horse Feed, Sugarota Sheep Feed,
its Swine Feed, Sugarota Chicken Feed and
Sugarota Calf Meal are lalanced and mixed, each
for tile exact purpose for which it is to be fed.
^^^^^^^^^?M FOR SALE BY
JNO. F. WALTON & CO.
DAIRY FEED \
*znx
Noon HarM?is-f>
' WWOt-U. MINN '
?r*?-*nw?*
,Q*Ufc at'
-eva*
-a+a
.?+?
YOU NEED
GOOD CHRISTMAS SPIRITS
CET THEM FROM US
a
I
tr
I EADER whisk* ?
jow wi Hiing to keep in the hon ' ?"'
friends to join in a convivial gigi
forward the whiskey in tin
burry ti[ tune is short nnd ?
want I dilutely nu J
peat wine and spirit pi
order ' | ? I
The Peters Distributing Company,
20;East,Broad St., Richmond, Va. j
.tm **ae*. am ****** *+* *****. e*t***mua-t*>t ?J?*w ea **a*an ????*?**??.?*
JUST
RECEIVED
A CAR
?OF?
XMAS
COOK STOVES
All Prices.
Duvall. Son & Co.
-COME ON IN;
TBE WATER'S FINE!
My Prescription Department,
la Mskln* New Customeri
Dally
Will You B? Another Onef
Pftre Drugs at Low Pricci
Herald and M. Y World U M

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