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The Farmville herald. (Farmville, Va.) 1890-1934, December 23, 1910, Image 8

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JOS. E. GARLAND
I. SCOTT MARTIN
FRANK S. BLANTON
A FACT
TRULY DEMONSTRATED.
Companies Represented by us Have Paid Their Policy Holders Through Their
Farmville Agency More Than
$280,000
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This is why we boast ot selling INSURANCE THAT INSURES.
GARLAND & MARTIN CO.
FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA
Saccessors to PAULETT-VENABLE-GARLAND CO. Inc.. and, E. S. MARTIN & CO.
LE3TKR8 Tt) KINTA CLAUS.
R!oe, Va., Dec. 19, '10.
Dear Sauta Claus: ?
I tl ? ugfat I would write to you
to let you kaow what I want you
ito bring mo. Bring me some ne
gre-toes, orange.-*, .chocolate candy,
and hazle nuts. Bj lng all
kinds of nuts. Besure to bring
me enough ue^ro-toes, because I
love them so. Bring me a doll ha?
iry carriage, next to my largest
-doll a nice little dress, and bring
me a good harp. I am ten years
old. Bring mama and papa some
things too. Well, I must close.
Ifroai your ll.tie girl,
Louise Weaver.
Madi8onville, Va.
Dear Santa Claus:?
I am only two years old, but will
try to write you a letter. I want
you to bring my a rubber doll that
?can holler, and some candy and
good'es to eat, and ab I please bring
Jim and Will some/.-andy too. so
they won't take m!ne.
Boot bye, from little
0 Roberts.
Dear Santa Claus ?
I will try to write to you to tell
you what 1 want you to hrln^ ne.
Fl nano bring me a doll carnage, and
and a doll, and a doll bod and a lit?
tle naali mb and board and
I'loase bring D
drll that caa opon and shut its
l don't I
don't reekoi you ea'i find my I
for I hare ea Eather, i> it I
you trill.
?
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.
tar with n
erv k
im
$1000,
"I wouldn't take a thousand
??dollars for the good VINOL has
<? me. I was told that Cod Liver
was thi- medicine I needed for
my we-jkened condition and poor
U<>od. T V '"'d not take thc g
mixture, I fc "ir druggist told
me that VINOL rO ***** not only
ionic iron bait all tl..- irtN.' (inaI F0?"
enies of Cod Liver Oil tviu,out *****
grease or oil or bad taste, I .made
np my mind that was the medicine
lor me. I tried it and to-day am j
strong and wcll.M H-J
Mks. J. T. Snyder,
?greensboro, N. C. . ia
Q
rr. rn?"?"*'?* **? r**^1***- ot tk#
above tenttaninUal.
We sell VINOL with the
-understanding that if it does
not give thc purchaser per- a
feet satisfaction, we return
his money without question.
Will you try a bottle un
der these conditions?
GARLAND'S DKUG STORK.
Harald m%d h. *- W-rld fl.eO.
CHICKERING
Henry & S. G. Lindeman
Marshall & Wendell
PIANOS
THAT
ARE
KNOWN
Also nine other makes.
Send for catalogues. Yours for the asking.
CRAFTS,
p5th and Grace[Streets,
RICHMOND, VA.
STORK TO VISIT QUEEN
Mi Be First Birth at Buckingham Pal
act In Fifty-four Year*.
An addition to the Brittan royal faro
r ls experted in March. This will be
e first birth at Buckingham palara.
tandou. In fifty four years. The j
st child born to King George and
ueea Mary was Prince John Char.es.
Chief Justice White Sworn In.
Edward Douglas Wliite, who was
>r sixteen years an associate justice
f the supreme I nme the
intb chief Jaotieo oi tko Baited Statea
Q Monday. Public comnoalei of In
,n '?'ere ht
f the
ring U ibo little i o .rt i
he oath i '
ered by Associate Justice Harlan
efoer the court took its place ob tba
ion ca.
Herald and N. Y. World tl.60.
Tbe largest aad beet Uno >t
?trick room" coode la iowa. White
r*-ug Ca
When you have a cold get a bot?
tle of Chamberlain's Cough Reme?
dy. It will soon fix yau up alright
and will ward off any tendency to?
ward pneumonia. This remedy con
tains no opium or other narcotic,
and may be given as confidently to
a hnby as to an adult Sold br all
dealers.
The White Drug Co., sell Cham?
berlain's Cough Remedy.
Every family has need of a good,
reliable liniment. For sprains, bruis
es. soreness of the muscles and
rheumatic pa ns there is non
ter than Chamberlain's. Sold by all
dealers. ?
The White Drug Co., sell Cham?
berlain's Liniment.
Sole agents for Hoes Stock Fooda
Wblte Drug Co
Winter is Here- Xmas Too
Don't wait till the last day to have your Clothes put
in shape for
CHRISTMAS.
We are working on Xmas orders now. Get Wellman to
fix your clothes. See how nice he can do it. Your trade
solicited and satisfaction guaranteed.
J. G. WELLMAN, Merchant Tailor
FARMVILLE, VA
121. 3rd St. Phone 249
?f Land For D'-linijuent Taxes.
Pursuant to an ordinance passed
by the council ol the town of i
13th,
1'JIO. I Will : ii st day of the
*.: v, 1911, term of tbe Circuit
If, of
all
v.th ii tbe town of
UJi.Il ?
P. W. IH'nUARD
?
To ' ;, have p
'te and I soundly
ind enjoy i
l, the great system tonic and
allder.
The White Drug Co. sell Burdock
Hood Bitters.
Itch! Itch! Itch! ? Scratch!
icratch! 8cratch! The more you
cratch the worse the Itch. Try
)<>ai.'s Ointment. It cures piles,
c/ema, any skin Itching. AU drug
tats sell lt.
The White Drug Co. aell Doan's
UntmonL
Notice.
The undersigned having been duly
ppolnted aa the administrator of
he estate of C. H. Pettus, deceased,
ereby gives notice that all persons
idebted to tbe saM estate are re
uested to call upon tbe understgn
d at once and make payment, aud
ll persons having claims against
lld estate to present them duly
ouched to the undersigned for
ayraent. H. O. PETTUS,
Adm'r. of C. H. Pettua estate, de
eased.
Keyeville, Va.. Dec. 8, 1910
oc-lC-2
Notice.
Argo Stock of Horse Blankets ind
.ap Robe* at cost for the next 30
ays at Llewellyn Bros. ?
ec-9-tf
armville Herald and
N. Y. World $1.60.
THERE IS A
MERCHANT
?IN
Your Town Who Sells
UP-TO-DATE
CLOTHES
For. YOUNO MKS'.
His stock is made up of Karir.en.t? of
the latest cut. in the season's most
fashionable patterns and shades. The
best dressed men patronize him and
get 101) per cent return for their
clothes investment.
You should know this merchsnt.
One visit to his store?a single inspec?
tion of his stock, will prove to you
the wisdom cf wearing wei! fitting
clothes Appiy this wisdom and you'll
find their economy in the way they
wear and hold their shape.
They are on display at
The Store of Quality.
Prices from tlO to $20.
Simon Laskey.
Shareholders' Meeting.
The Annual Meeting of the share?
holders of the First National Bank
of Farmville, Va., for the election of
a Board of Directors and to trans?
act any other bus ness that may
ny. will be held lo the
Flm National Bank BilHIng at
Farmville. Va., on TUESDAY. JAN.
10th. 19 H. at 2 o'clock P. If.
V. Vadien, Cahsler.
dec-16-4
Thirty different styles of guaran
lee-d Tooth Brushes at White Drug
Co'e.
Herald and V Y WorM fl ft
Buffalo |V%Co.
FARMVILLE, VA.
Munufacturm oi all kiadt ol
Lumber and Building Valeria..*.
i purni t<' lum nth ai
i niii i| lo?m>i |ii-?-i-, *H U'i?te
?i Mi, -.ma
: ? U , -uni w ih I*- ulai! tu
f r i i -; i U |
small, upon application.
WK KK AN I'l.Y OB
HANI)
Beek Shingles limul Kail
i mir*, Laths Ne-ireh
Blinds Moiiiciinii smgietreea
.-Miling Porch Column-.
Plow Kearns (Jelling KsluMer*
Handlea Mooring ii rack eta
Frames
Write Us For Prices.
SOME CLASS TO A
FRENCH POODLE!
But when it come* to STYLE OU
made to order ault* are
THE FINEST IN TOWN
Ail thc new goods?
Come in and see them
RICHARDSON & CRALLE.

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