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Provide* a charming meant of making a
Fadgc, New burg. Rarebit ot atty dainty
bile ia the muitS ot a gatben-a-g.
Mott convenient and economical for
ityitaj a iteak, warming a soup or pre.
pating a light meal. "Rochetter"
ttttitag Dah-e* potaeu -tyle and fiaith
tbat H'*^'*ml"?h them (rom all otberi,
.and tbe mo-rt practical and economic?
al lamp ever invented. Ve are
?ow tnowing tone very new and
attractive design* and invite
yo* to cal) and
Tali Reeipn "-"wok **m%
* SON. mr6lMim^c3
ilium mn iiimi*
Christmas is Coming
But The Christnuu Goods
Are Already Here and To
Be Found at the
CL Chappell Co's.
headquarter* for Christmas (nooda tl
HuytersjCandies, Dolls and Tor
For the ' 'Little Gnea,?
fountain Pens for the larger.
Nuts, Figs, Raisins,
Ingredients for fhe
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Dr. J. Max Irwin
Office 324 Main St.. Telephone 254.
Residence 1st Ave , Telephone 236.
Dr. Paulus A. Irving
('mew lol Hi8hSt. Rkbidbnct-808 Hark St
OFFICE HOURS 12 TO 2 P MZ
?aa ictPboi * I'iioxb-MX.
What They Wi'l Do for Yon
Tht y will cure your backache,
otrengthen your kidneys, cor?
rect urinary irregularities, build
vp the worn out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rheumatism. Pre
?cnt Bright's Disease and Dia
fcatea, and restore health and
?trength. Refuse substitutes.
Harm ss and
"A Bank account is a sacred trust and must be zealously
safeguarded both for individual and public good.
THIS BANK is under the supervision of the State Banking Department and subject to the
A rigid and thorough examination of that organization. ?- ******- *? ?~*<? ? *
W. T. CLARK H. E. WALL
H. A. STOKES A. E. ORALLE
S. W. PAULETT
Its Board of Directors are:
H. C. CRUTE
H. D. COBB
and recognizing their responsibility to the depositors and general public, also
make personal examinations and have an accurate knowledge of the affairs
of the Bank- The deposits are invested in such carefully selected bonds,
mortgages and notes as they approve. Being established in 1867 it is there?
fore ' "FARMVILLE'S OLDEST AND STRONGEST BANK.'' During its forty
three years of conservative banking methods, its strength has been tested by
all the financial panics during that time, and they have been successfully
withstood. The accounts of those desiring the service of a STRONG BANK
are cordially inviled.
Jlantarfi Sank nf 3tarmtri.ll*,
City and County Depository.
Has been well sustained during the past week. We have had more
tobacco than any week since our opening sale Our prices have
kept up remarkably well.
Flue cured from $7.00 to $$40.00.
Air cured from $5.00 to $12.00.
Burleys from $6.00 to $14.
Dark tobacco from $4.00 to $12.00.
We are prepared to handle all grades of tobacco, both smoked and
unsmoked. We hope the farmers will see that it is to their inter?
est to let us sell a part, if not their entire crop for them.
Rice Warehouse Co.
W. H. Hubbard,
300 WHITE GIRLS
Pleasant, Profitable and Permanent Emplo
Packing: Cigarettes. For full particulars write
BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.
Cor. Brown and Perry Sts., Petersburg, Va.
Are You Looking
lor a Position?
We can offer you good
that you will enjoy and
at home. Write to-day
Thc Butteri-rlc Publishing Co.
BMit#Tlrk na 11 di ng, **?** York. N. Y.
THE CANTON PURE RYE
is'onerof the finest'straight'whis
kies made in Maryland. It is old.
mellow and full proof. We il
recommend the Hopkins Ch<>
the German Club and the Paca;
these are blends fcof fine old
Sold at the Farmville Dispensary
and all first-clans hotels and family
ULMAN. BOYKIN & CO.. ?
it ?vas thi saar aisuus
Sold and fitted exclusively by th*
WHITE DRUC CO,
j I A durable roo!, easy to pul ou la
Il f\jr tttXl I Inp HvtrrekMp
?MNtrViLlt ?FV C* tarraville -afc,
BEFORE ord-?rin-r Ma-miinea *r?-t our bl*
- catalogue and soeeial ollera and aav
SOUTHERN SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY. '
(A Postal card will do.) (Ultigk, N. C.
o-e* 7-ltt .
Herald and World $1.60
Flemin? & Clark.
Mellow as Moonlight
rich as liquid gold and smooth as cream.
Cascade is appreciated by all who exact
CEO. A. DICKEL ft CO., Distillers
46 Nashrule. Tenn.
Herald and M. T. World %l.9h
NEWS OF PRINCE EDWARD (NP
?h.---Chnstmaa week will
I be one of pleasure in thu section.
i Commencing Friday with a "Sock
I Sv c als" then ChrlFtma trees at
i the different churches, dinners in
| the different homes, dispursed with
little socials for the young ppeople
Mr. and Mrs A. A. Blanton, from
near Richmond, have been on a vis?
it to their mother, Mrs. S. J. Blan?
Prof. Grlgg Elcan visited his sis?
ter last Friday.
Mrs. Eliza Palmore arrived Sun?
day to spend the holidays with her
daughter. Mrs. Matteaur Crute.
Mrs. Lewia Crawley paid Rich?
mond a pleasant visit recently.
Miss Ida Agee and Mr John For?
bes wMl be married In the home of
the bride's parents today at 2
o'clock, after which the bride and
groom will leave for their future
home in Appomattox.
fran* Karaka Milla.
Dec. 19th.?Mr. Terry Carden, of
Phenlx. spent Saturday night with
hia mother at tha "Bachelors Inn."
Miss Anna Redd and Mrs. Mar?
tin have returned to their home at
"Greenfield," accompanied by their
brother-in-law, Mr. Miles Martin,
The many friends of Miss Mattie
Watkins are sorry to hear of her
Mr. Willie Chappell, of Richmond,
la spending some time with his
aunt, Mrs. J. A. Allen.
Messrs. Chas. Jennings and Calvin
Deaner left Saturday for a visit to
The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leroy Dunnavant ls reported quite
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Farls spent
Sunday at the bride's old home.
Mr. J. B. Vaughan, accompanied
by his wife, left last week for the
Memorial Hospital, Richmond, wher
he will have a portion of his arm
Dec. 20th.?Mrs. Murrey Glenn
and daughter are visiting relatives
at Laurel, Md.
Miss Louise Brtghtwell. who has
been very sick with dlptherla, is
The high school hore closed on
the 2nd on account of dlptherla in
the village, but aa no new cases
developed lt was opened again on
The Little Hainan' Society will
have a Chilstmas tree at th?- high
1 building on the night ol D G
2 1 st.
?ck and Mr Milton
iraon, both of this place, were
* .-lock this norning
at Olive Bram- I Chore
? it (iii the
her away "Bb taed are
? tho Lord." Shi
ry. The family hart our most
?lt tn tnt at! |
K. of Roanoke.
19th?-The Dillwyn ware
from the 1st to the 14th of
. <old ono hundred .i-id
fill-, thousand pounds of toba<
an average pi Ice of J6.7;. a httW
Mi t-il an*I wheo tm- qualry and con?
dition of th? tobnoo s tak?>n into
ii this :s li.ought to be
a fait . ' len fc mc few lots
if we-t sold for $11
at.d ! io unfavorable
n.lai-.a.-. and tho excessive
' water the offerings have aa
a rule been in bad condition. Farm
iTs have, however, continued to
?ari?t a pirt of their crop to get
money for Christmas spending, and
. difficult to keep on hand a
currency to cash the
rhoda, and ono day last wool the
bank :ir.d the merchants were hard
d for the "circulating nu ili?
um ' to cash the check9, which were
?Kail amounts, and the holders
? f them did not seem to think of
depositing the amounts to their cred
t at the bank and check for tne
amounts they wanted to use at the
time, but called for ready cash.
Mr. Davis, tho buyer for tho
mpaxty, is quit*
i .-'-ung mau, but ue id on to bio
job. and the companj ^ free?
ly of the grades the..
cor of Mr. Moores estate is dla
posing oi gooda to th. best possible
advantage and at thc MUBO limo th*
public is reaping the advantage ot
low prices for ready cab 1 asa
reliably Informed that Mr Moore'*
insurance, which he carried at tho
time of his death, amounts to
110.000 and his widow, I am gla-ft
to say. will be well provided for
after paying what his estate is lia?
Messrs. Silvey,* Robert Eldridge.
Carter and Kenney have all built, or
are building, nice new houses ot
Dillwyn. Mr. Carter's house la
exceptionally pretty and well order?
The high school at thia place clo*
ed for tho holidays on Friday, th*
The Republicans have ousted ona*
of their postmasters because he wa#
too active In politics, but lt seemo
that he was not too active In hlo
opposition to the Democrats, but toer
acttv<> in opposing men and mea-o
uree put forth by the G. O. P.
Postmaster Gregory has gone np
higher, (up stairs.)
Tho Republican office holders ls
Buckingham are a very good lot of
A lot of turkeys and chicken*
were shipped by way of Dillwyn
last week, and dressed turkeys ar*
bringing 22 cents, the buyer paying
I am told that a farmer bought a
car load of corn on James River for
12.75 a barrel, and had it shipped I*
Prom Darlington HMghta.
Dec. 20.?Our superintendent, Mr.
P. Tu'ane Atkinson, and his friend,
Mr. Mcilwaine, visited our school
*Ve are scrry to report that Mre.
Ford Ik on the s ck list again.
Mr ]i.m man Foster haa returned
to Mr. W J. Foster's after visiting
relatives in Bluefield. W. Va.
Mm Bootle Berkeley ls now rle
Mag her sister, Mrs. Eddie Carwile.
Mr Bruce Andersc n, from Chat
hai.. ls visiting In the neighborhood.
We art sorry to say that Mr. and
Mri. Booker Hunt havo^-'eft our
i e.ghi crhood, and have gone to
Georcia to live with their daughter,
Mr .'amel^L Overton ls now at
home on hs Christmas vacation.
There will be a p'ay and oyster
snpi er given at the Darlingtoe
He" eh ts high school, Wednesday
rc i Dec If beglnalag at 7:3t
o < lock.
The roll ol honor is as follows:
Pearl'e St. John, Addie Cooke.
Della Gropn, Eva Gropp. Beulah
St. John. Josie Win arley
Putney. !' QeorgM
. Ullina si ofter 'irv. Mor
rls. Hall I> i ''ll A-ina F Wbtr V
M. Wataoi Ij and
White I) ii-: ?' >.
? to euro
: shift .
Why should any - ' the
this gi who
In five h. wil baale! af
i Bonroaeaeea, gao
eructations or h"artburn.
0 ira a lovely com?
plexion, spark ling eyes, and perfect
health should try MI O-NA Ht.omach
tablets. They cause the stomach
to properly digest food, ke-?p the
liver, stomach and bowels In order
and furnish nutritious matter thai
makes pure rlrah red blood.
If you have any sickness caused
by the stomach, such as sick head?
aches, biliousness, dlsziness, const!
patton. sleeplOMness, nightmare or
nervous*-.**, MI-O-NA stomach tab?
lets will surely bring you back ta
Sold by the White Drug Co.. Fara
nile. Va., and druggists everywhere,
and guarant-end to do Just as adver?
tised. Free trial treatment on .re?
quest, from ffctoth's Ml-o-na, Puf
falo, V. T.
Foley Kidney pills are tonic la
action, nulck in results, and re?
stores the natural acuou j' **?<?
kidneys and bladder. They oorreat
Irregularities. Sold by -ll drug?
-r Kidney PHla are sold hf
th- White Drug Co.
"Graduate Phanaaclata.- Walt*
Herald and vi. TT-eUI fl JO.