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The Farmville herald. (Farmville, Va.) 1890-1934, December 23, 1910, Image 5

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JUST ONE CENT A WORD.
1
manu. Tor Sale. Lost Fourrt-in fact
any and all advertisamenu inserted in
Ihiioo-lumnforONECBNTa word.-mch
taHMf*ion with a minimum cnaree of ten
?wita. Siirnaturaa aaunted aa part ot *d
vartuteaent.
Unleaa the number of inaertions deaired
ti utatad at the oma of entering the ad?
vertisement, it will ba aontinued at the
hhoverate lint'' '.otic* to discontinue ie f
*-*???<*?*?.?.? j
nanmtmi.
i
-*>** ii" -Tom
eotai. ut will
|
?..ntie. Will sed ai a Uu
Dr. J. M. Irwin.
j. OK emt Dane don
>? disposition, well trained.
.lou and protector. 125.'fl if
mkan at one.-. Dr. J M. Irwin. 'dec. 23 -lt.
P0U of Italian I**
n tons of v
Apply t"
.
Ti) VV
?
U; potatoes,
dec. I nn Venable.
FOR F1ENT aeco farm for
?ne-fourth ot I
-j
KOKS A LE.-Nice id Whin- Wyandotte pull* ts
.ind cockere.s. Jno. Stokes. Farmvilia. Va.
dec. 16?tf.
?
I from all *. ?
?
ng large lake and i
ise upon rea*
? *
South Jacxaont illr. f'la.
ea little farm
(own. 2t acree ir. erasa, uocxl dwelling ai
irs. 100 acres til able. i
Araaa \ln. Hebditch. Arcanum. Va.
dec 16-at.
K)K SALE CHEA I
?selling. Apply to F. 8, Blanton
' Jt
WANTED.?To buy corn on cob. A .
*man. dec.
** IR SALE.?Ona Oliver Typewriter aa irood as
new. Apply lo H. A. Burrow. Fatmvilli*.
WANTED-1-if ly white turk to wi rk ni overall
<>d wares. '
r. H. Mead Mfe. < . r.
nov. 25-tf. ? ville. Va. '
FOR RENT.?Second story three roon
Bandolph street. T.mn <".50 per month. Toa
session Riven December 1. 1910.
J. Taylor Th*
M?K KEN i: -Nice four room and kiUhan house,
'milo from t
?e lln.no per month.
nov4-tf. Wm. W Jil
WANTKI)-Everybody to know that tl..
Irk* >ho>* Shop is ready for your sh>?s "while >r>u
wait." auK-*>?tf.
Christmas Box For Taft.
? lived a Christ-' ,
ai of "goodies" from his Aunt
Mia Torr.
Tor-ey liven at Hillhury, Mass.,
and ls relohrstpd as a maker of apple j(
determined that the presi?
dent shall have in th. .nine *
al! Ithe good thin.
as a fl
The bier box contain rt* of
jams and jell.'les of the kind the pres!
dents nu. ber used to n .
"nd away, but lome of
t ) appear on the tobi.
v
I Vivian Gould to Wed.
i London.
Mrr *
?
? - old on
*
in
n Mexico.
day.
by Roller.
?
'
au
_
,. | ha*
of Kin
but
rongn k oa^a. mel
?I Chr
- Q apo- thal
k B W" 'nd W3> f jr
is home in Philadelphia
_ ? V
UNTERS BANK OF FARMVILLE ?e
an
for
er a
M
unit;
ru ville, Va.. Dec. 80. 1910. d**
ard of Directors hnve this reflt
ired a semi-annual divi-1 mea
** of SIX PER CENT, out of the twe<
l the Bank for the past Si
*. free of tax, payable on serv
January 3, 1911. Divi- spin
eta wjll be mailed to stock wfcj
*'?< ratal
WALKER SCOTT. Osbier the <
iViOEND No. 84.
PERSOf-ALb* Ai BRIEFS.
Notes of Happenings and Penpte You
Know.
Ye who have Boomed each other.
Or injured friend or brother.
In this fast fading year:
Ye, who by word or deed.
marje a kind heart bleed.
Come y uthcr here !
inned against and linnii tr
Forget their strife's beginning.
And join in friendship now.
Be linke no longer broken.
Beswe? t f..r*.'i\enes? spoken
? i th.* Holly-Bough.
-Charlea Mackay.
Some ont has wi-11 said: "<'
-vii it in thi i than
t> under the v.
on tootla*/ in KarinV, 11. . ann lin.-. 1
Mt i
? ii kain't pru.di Ina.
In heb n."
? 1 said ni
column ...
Hamid. It
salt! nor i.s Uk ?
I
Mr. Ii H. Tutrgle has gone t..
?'s of t ,.,n Tobaeeo Co ll
n.-i-'l not be add-M that ii ?.?.-..> h
I
Han.!
with then I
make heatt-linl
U.'hi rt and Monroe Mn
ton, tn
and tho letter of Lynchburg,
j
C u Morton. u
Tin- turnip
though they would ai kith?
ed in living green, !>'* the
sun of another spring an
ioi tin' spring di
Ther^ -all and
In Farmville on Chris: mas
11
s;. hut Rev. Mr. l?a.linan re
.iniiy emphasised the teat thai a
?bange of work is recreati
How aln>ut a | re J
;olutior. to lap over ;
j
P
t
:i duli io a Wash- L^
nt't' n bazaar, and it sch) at aur-igj
lon for %2 i good li-/
y would send one to tho next -fri*-/
aar to h.* held in Fannville. j hui
Farm | wood pl
?e houses filled and hams to
a pound ought to
?ul no doul'l the* a' * . t
il and glad.
.
d l VS 11
hens on a l*riin-e
ut,, and has just b'
r a family ..f 21 ' pm ty
ork farm.
ing
lt isn't
dollar."
I
erald - w-ai
1 hot:
"
I
1.
ir. an.:
not b
:n oi in
a rm v.!
not as whin all go. Fifty r<*
give new cheer to t
istmas tin' them kno?
. they have the keys of Farmvill
the hoi ida} sea
that thc Hi-rald at 'n
dollar for the 365 days thu;
to make up the year 1911, ll
appropriate and economical gift terti?
an absent friend. Think it ov- y?u I
nd send in your order. '?>' '
r. W. M. Duvall has formed a
lue smoking habit?one cigar a
and that one after supper. Tbe Re
of us prefer one after each rou n
1, and some of us several be- Mrs.
in meals. spend
direc
mday is a good day tor ob- er l
Ing Christmas In the proper *arn
t and the proper way. And *"'
not on that day make proper. youIU
n for God's Christmas gift to ?
??alldren of men?
Janus
Christmas gi/ And remember
1 it fir-stj
M W. E. Ffland is improving,
and will noon lon duty again
Mr John jes, who has been
quite silk, ls fedually improving.
Last Mondainornfng was shroud?
ed in fog ailthe electric lights
did fine worl
Mara>t Morton ha
a recent gut*lin tae family ol Mi?
ll M
Alter all fte Christmas home
i |s tllchief charm about the
tie.
Mr. R-ibl Atkii.sou. of C.iluiii
bni Ohio, -fhen
ita
Mrs. Pile K
I n? lie time in Cl
Mr ami I
The ' : B
!..fl Kimi,
il
C. ll*..: n
P
ll. c ie t-n iday a*:
him .oified to his bad, bul bl
r
f-u'l-J neut "div'
lorlty, Jd thi talk of a
lOUK'sH i ,i t ins '
a
Tohtf ll have had
K?or mice during the fall and may
ie si? They
I ter tl"' boll
la * ;. I
ThMN'
o it? m last
million dollars Ami
i> iJ tal hig bunch "f nun *
ll for 1 '' 1 ii (
en a raeord breaker for I
i been si,ii,ing brightly
it tin i *
held in Farmville r*
them in I .iiolllit
' Ired mark.
*?
,ip> to tell of ins -rigorous benita I _
1 to show the corns on the palma
his hands.
\ family in town. OOmDl
?tband. wife, and two young child*
? ack porch of tlie
.ml say tlu
ve indoors when the Weather
I f" be wintry.
ncadam hading out from
rh stner makes one of tl,*
Uki about Farmville. and
ia weil tramped on bright
? cheerful
girls.
toll In ye tobacco from Buck
ham and .omi by the Will*
Ige r (trance
?Til] be '
thal point ware
I
I will be su)
?
La, on thal
ft
BM
na
ge
of work, fl
tie manager of t tl faa
-.onorabk- and
le -work Is the
rtunlty is knocking-admit it. an
to
tbe quiet of your ow~h, homes
over carefully the advertising
nns of the Herald, select your
itmas presents and then though
shop late, you may shop qulck
ind satisfactorily. You will
I no mistake in following the
tions of the Herald.
Dr
Va
i
red
on
22i
191
reti
cou
goo
sch'
. fan
- women will not be resumed .
tbe 2nd or 3rd 8unday in
iry.
v. rilli, Mrs. Hill and the child
rent to Richmond on Thursday.
HUI and the little ones will
I Christmas in the home of
i-wenta, but Mr. Hill will rt*
to preach ns usual on Sun
The series of sermons to the
M XII DELIVERY.
Special office hours for Sun
) a. m., io 10 it. ni
\2 a m., to 1 :30 p. m.
4 p. m.. to 4:30 p. m.
These extra hours are given in or?
der to gi\. troei of ?
an opportunity of calling :jr
mail and the delivery of Xmas.."lal
would be delayed for twelve hours.
!fth, carriers wjll nm
mails, being a legal holidl
R W. Garner
From Cumberland.
Hth - -Mrs. '| a1 lor, of
I
I ? . '
Moi tbe
*
?
by
?r. Ml
Ol.d
'* ?
lunn M ul Ison ville.
? ic. n to Richmond last
title.
?
:.. ul :.
Mr. Lil. .v omi i
karolina, and I ? Clay, of
rmville Normal, will be
o spend the Xmns. holidl
There ????ill be
for the ?
.
"lock
nd t *
y a Santa Claus.
Mr. Jay Hubble, recently of Nen
'ork. was the guest of Mr. Harry
ennings ,la-t Saturday and
From Crewe.
Wilson and
flatting ti*e former'!
oal mines in W. Va.
ig her aunt. Mis. W. E. Ne
will
i Annea ?
re in Richmond
I
?
Mr. Ed. >
KIN Iii SCALP I
IKU
back if j
1
:iom the UM of
in will i
int and in stance wil?
ed persistently, will destroy
rm life, leaving the skin in a "?'
an, healthy condition. . In
Let us show you pi
narkable cures made by
d give you a 32 page booklet i
? rve the skin. The White I
ng Co. >
ry Low Kates Accoant Clirlat
nas Holidays via Southern ?"
Railway. I
tlo
iouthern Railway announces very ?^
uced fare tickets from all points ba
sale Dec 15th. 16th, 17th, 21st, Pa
id, 23rd, 24th, 25th, and 31st. a"
thi
lon
old
drt
0, January 1st, 1911, limited to
jrn nntil January 8th. 1911, se?
nt Christmas holiday. Tickets
d on regular trains. Excellent
pdulsa For fnll Information,
m, etc, npply to nearest Ticket
mt. or write 8. E. BURGESS,
P. A , 920 E. Main 8t,
Richmond. Va.
1
tie
Important
properties of
the Grape are
transmitted
ROYAL
Baking
Powder
Absolutely
Pure
to the food.
The food is
thereby
made more
tasty and
digestible
ll' i.i- I Hi MERCHANT*
liv.* in '?
I ho iii;i> h
In t
? *
? sun
not
?las?
and Sunday ;n happy
? I Resurrec
-reis heralded the
ie day and earth and heaven unite
.ther. If Christ
>en then is preaching In
un and your faith is ?
rn Mint Rout This If Toa Want
The Benefit.
J. W. Greer. Oreen wood, La.,
ffered with a severe case of lu ro?
go. "The pains were so intense
waa forced ta hypodermic injeo
ns for relief. These attacks start
with a pain in the small of my
ck which gradually became fairly
ralyzing. My attention was at.
.ned to Foley's Kidney Remedy
1 lam glad to say after using
a wonderful medicine I am no
iger bothered in any way by my
enemy lumbago." Sold by all
miena
foley's Kidney Remedy in sold by
White Drug Co.
Jerald and M. T. Werai ll.lt
ni
dr
Y
ft
w.
Ki
w.
St!
Ki
ar
an
tei
Bo
ne;
lop
at
lng
StajipiiV.: fnmr Pa.K-r.
Som.* time ago, a eta rt of
individual came into I and
stopped his paper geaaaae some bing
in it did r. .. ancy.
We have fr?flae1l| mn :..ru on
the stre?*r .,i?l it ic
amusing to note the Lok of sur?
prise on the old (WI al ec
he realizes that the editor ls siill
aidk**. of the fact
-ney.
Some day. however,?and lt will
ha: ol.) gentleman
I irn up h.s toes His heart
will b?* stilled forever, There will
be a difciilay of pretty poises and
crepe an I the neljghbors ai.d friends
will follow hig Hfcloci clay out
to thi ?>? and lay lt to
in tl"
An obituary will b
lolling what a kind hus
.? fghbor, 1.
ed eitizen, aud how progi
publi. Ip waw *> '
a
shor I a|. ,'. .
. 'i.
I ... "* u.
I
ilie burt kind s
him will be hy tie ? tl i
which he so sptfefi
ilave you, i
paused a moment to think ti.at .
editor?whoever he may be
some day write .
On EiUtor And The Doctor.
Says the PeariBburg Virginian rf
an aCtor makes a mistake he
to apclrgize for it, tut U a u
makes a mistake he bon** it.
If the editor makes one th'..
a lawsuit, swearing and tlie si. ? ll
of sulfchur, but if th.'
one there is a funeral, eat ti*
and a smell of varniHh
A doctor can une a me
long without kn
but if th.* od ii. ? a? to
spell lt.
If a doctor L- ? t..
I. .t lt i
buckshot.
Wli.
old college eau autke a doC
w ie haa
I
h |a V., ,t Hind to li*fc*r.-'
Paraville ft*-**-*-1.
Doa'l
*
l ? ?
. i
.
i
sale by hi
en te.
Jew York, ?
t>i9 I.
nj tak<
lie Drug Co. a
ey Pilla
Happy Xmas, to you. -i
our future .?> ?
nve ot,r pi al k
I Co.
Take th***.
Remember that wh<? kid
3ye are affected, your lift- is
inger. M. Mayer, Rochester,
., says: "My troublee started wi' .
arp shooting pains ovei my |
filch grew worse dally 1 Mt llug
nh and tired, my kidney ac
is Irregular and iaftooaent j
iried using Foley KJdaejr Pills.
icu dose seemed to pat new 1
d strength into me, aad now /
i completely cured and fuel ber.
? and stronger than lar 7?ira"
Id by all drnggista
White Drug Co. sel> f, )< 7 Kid
r Pills.
^et us send you a haem) of Dun
s Superlative Floor, we deliver
your home with the uaderetand
if not entirely satisfactory aili
d for same without eoet to ***?*?,
V. Walton -fi Co.

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