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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
VOL \1. FARMVILLE, VA.. FRIDAY. -OCTOBER 5. 1900. NO. 2.
OUR GREAT EVENT FARMVILLE FAIR OCTOBER 10-12 INCLUSIVE
CITY DIRECTORY.
:
IW.I'.
? OHY.
i*q P. VV. BECKHAM.
: 1ST. "^
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jj W FLOURNOY,
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Ttl* C FRANKLIN,
ATTOUXEY-AT-LAW,
VA.
R. H WAI
\V.lTk'lA'S$ IIW/'A"/.
[SW Ul,
J M CHUTE,
MANN 6l CRUTE,
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VANDERSLICE,
WV.
/ ? S. WING.
fl LAW,
?i Bay, Prince Edward County, Ya.
( ' H. BLISS,
noN i
^'HITE ti CO.,
DRUGS,
Medicines and
Druggists' Sundries,
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I - - :*
^f Major's
intent
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Read This!
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genuine. ( Mi-i i v?? t in- --tm.
miter
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ami d.
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i\ Hi-inn Drug Co.
A ( heap Iiiini.
Three lim
undn, well
?
\; > i ? 1 >? tn
I-ni i: ? ney
. iii.i_'.*ii.\ bagi-nr-enl hy aehureh
Philip*
-j.ilie- ,
* l.?.\ nt' DeWiti -
the well known nure fur j >i i*-. i nj ur len
illili ul
W he! live kn "\\ in-' iluii iii
the eounti 11. :t- . \\ in
Aii Amelia I ann for
ui- in
?
order, line IxkIj of tin
Apply tu
I*' \!iMV| i.i i V VRM
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"BLACK DI
ii-, iiiul lu*
-efl- li
il ?
i?... * ii I'u-. lo i:
that will ri m i>
:ni.l lung li.-ul.li-. Wliii -iiill you
Ul. I .'Uni IllUe I
.-lima; dbl) ; il u
Iheu in eil
remedy thal baa been Inti
civilized countries with -n,
? throal and lung ii"
i lei niau Kj rup.' li nol only
nu! -iniiiil ilea Ihe ti -in - lo <le
-tiny tin* L'.ini 'li-' a-.*, bul a'l i
llilllllllil'ii ll. eau
? i. liv hm. buttle. Reeomiueud'
, il imii. \ .Min- i.\ all druggiatu in tin
' *
dwayi
In tin- lead. Zeiglai
iiml children. Smiili .v iStoughtou'i
i-elebi . ?* for men
liny bave no i ijual.
Oin**! ion \ii*i*iired.
my medicii
world N.ii ? ind
muthera' never though) nf uain
iliiiiL' ellie for I udigention ur i I
I tl.e.N
Pru-Ht ration .'i Meal i rai 1 tin ,. lc, Thej
ii-i-d \ in clean oul (lu
->-iein and of un
? I. regulate th actiot
. . the nervi
v I., km,.
. , - \,,i
i, in liquid form, to
-iiti-littl tlnie i- nothing aeriouf* thi
matter with yoi de by ll. U
Crute.
\
s I \ IN THE ill
J the
Hud ; Plainllfl
i
,nen! !?
?
?
?
llj l .Mill.
.1. li. I-'I.IITI V
um. :
HAVE YOUR PRINTING
honk \r rn B uki; \' D
JOH OFFICE, F* RMVILLi
GREENROOM GOSSIP.
1 Mrs.
'? part
ed tbt Uren.
ii i.h. in n
ra ma tic production three
?> iwo London women
. bj lin* ;irt crll
..f the ..'.':
e, ilu- burial
1 ' ? : ?*
ehnrch, nnd his
?
: Ml in tin- ceremony
'atue of tin*
fronl of the church.
which hit!
? k of a native composer,
ack. A Norwegian
point
,.it it cori?
the Largo < antabile
fourteenth il ring
onument I- I
'? In to the mt
Haydn, Mu/art iiiii' ; after
?
lt will be pl
?i. Berlin's pr
park, ' ly hav*
- '
?if a lawsuit is in prog
? erit ics
' t suit for
of character aga!
?
a foreign
? d tliis man*
. Tier. Among
? ii nf lier -?
with which to -
?
d a friend
lt that n M
COSTLIEST THINGS ON RECORD
ll
bone which be?
ad wai
...
: brought to
? the brand made
I
price fur whie!
which
greed to give
?
imond,
? : ? ?'
id the
... ih and the
?
. valued al
? .r malle in
club of I.
rh "f art.
ed, ac
raaai upper given
?
the intter daya, to
1 an .* ? ? i
r of a million dol?
by VI
* ftl -?? days,
* mure thnn
? ii -ii\ ?- that the ban*
fi rent dishl I
' ? different fouls, I
SCHOOL PEOPLE AND AFFAIRS.
1.1 Hui s- ( hai .
?u Harvard
i ?
'
and Wundi recently
? heir twent v-tifth Jubl
both of them left the
? mgrat
ulati'
Introducing ? of In?
ion In agi
? item newapapi rs,
?
? or g\r\ kimus inure
itliuiit practical farming than tin* aver
COUld Hud out
in tel
iiml i.-'.i;, US women
- from Italian I
ii e 64 wrr- gradu
- phy, four in
ear the
?.
ttl,
?i * iii higher eommer
public adminiatra*
? i rniveralt] of
? ctlon in hi-.
BW, politic*, pnlit
. ilolog
: ? rnatlonal
. general nnd
ni law and Kotn
'
THE TOILET.
In nny work that is likely to soil the
i.e tak. n not
when push:: .
ure fur br
for n fi n minutei
1 ? oil.
? ? ?? i -aith a littlt
?
? n fur M . Put
. lycer
?*
*
I ?' oil,
?
' : g, nit?
er wash-lag.- Good literature.
LOST FROM A TANDEM.
Iii lie I lenee nf ii I ll lill hi, f.lrl Who
Iiml Hu- ll i*f ii ri ll li r nf Hilling
ililli n Ilia f I titliir.
In one of tin
downtown, laj* the ( hie...
there ii a dentist, who ia known ninon).'
ends by the misfortune of his
deafm
'ur -aheeli Seat to <
and si ;
tients. there is nothii .
ter than ?
ant daj ? hi* prettj dangl tl
him and i'
doctoi he tandem. Why this
li so would lu* hard to exp;.iin. I
TUB i.i KL JUMPED 'it'P.
dcafti- him the pleasure ot
..itiy daughter's societj. Hut
they make a pretty picture, the stein
parent and the youthful daughti i. -.
thej skim along Michigan bon
ei.ry evening. Hut the otheri
curred in tin it
tnt wheelii . is thi
pair were passing tbe Victoria hotel tin
in -.'im to wobble, and slow ly t ht
doctor steered ii over toward the curb
Thinking thi*- meanl I bi j wen
? I* to (lett Ct tin
?? the daughter jumped otT. ann
to her astonishment her nncon
?
but did not hear. Faster ami I
he r... le a I (. ii Lr. while the daughtci
ry, was un ui
amousemenl to the by-standers gath
11
lant young fellow ai
eh* a little nervouslj and
if be mimili lie allowed
a rah for her, while othei
ih. ir sympathy and asked if she lired
ii. Turning from the sci ne ol
her humiliation, sha walked i
Wabash avenue and boarded a ear.
until Twentj --?
reached did the doctor discover he
?he only rider of the tan?
dem. Ile sent lip a erv Ot I lal ED
licemi
aid ai
Theil hospitali were telepl
i aile the wife and
waiting with a enid dinner at I
iill.Ulf
? rtain if possible Ii ?
probable location. Worn ont from thc
fruit,!-.-, si areh. the doctor rode
moment of his life w hi d inn
?
MARY SAW THE SHOW.
Hu* ll Tin* >lla*oiirl *?ll??. I nnil ni
??ala uu.l tin* Drama, *>? r pr I-.eil
Her rnr.iit*.
I'la. KanaaaCitj .lu un ml say*- thal lit?
tle .Marv, the si \-y tar-old daughter of
Dr. Me< lure, of < arthage, ia particular?
ly fund of muaic and drama. She an?
nounced to her parent a tha othei morn?
ing tiuii sin- would go to set tin* i" r
formance running nt the opera house.
The] a tented*, having in mind the
SAT IN" ONI OF TIIK BEST SKATS.
matinee tbe following afti
*
When bedtime arrived that night,
however, little Mary wa.*- missing and
. aboul the house knew whal had
become of ber, Afterafruitli
of the neighborhood the doctor hap
to think that the child mighl
gone to "the show," and tu the
opera houac he repaii The
?.-|.. r had -?-. n nothing
bal ii hasty glance through thi
? ?
>hc oeellp I
of th. wbi re --he silt, iill an?
il h.r surround!]
her calico aproi
stiitw lint, and thoroughly ti
f. lier father waa ao struck with
admiration for hi that he pei -
mit ted h.r tu remain until tba per*
appre?
ciated the ei .linn at waa
i.t in her rt marks at
"Well, papa, r' n, i'm
going nguiu to-morrow."
FRESH FROM E07
The l.'trlooola lu n (nrlon* Ail il I tio?
lo i'll limit 1, i.ln*. KOO?LlTCa
Lutki-I) In 'li
A missionary in I -? just
-. i
lem. 1 ?
liles a monkey, but n
ferem
?
un srn.'ill I
it differs from t! while
anotl ?
is its snakelike lu ? fully
eight I
Its owner to tr ' in a
neat, nauticalliki
mal ?
the coil out. lal "
the nearest limli. and shins
own tall with n;:
among the bra;
made, nnd
ler climbii
ls the creature
talle?t tn I
and the absence
ation mnkes it I
end tribe unnv
tiflo writers h,i
the creature 1n 'u*lr works, bot ow?
ing to I tbe to*
vhence thi Ihfl ra?
pidity of the animal'
stiitly of tl h en?
riched natural ' nin.nl
novT in the mm at Pl
first know
GENIUS /. OLORED MEN
WHimm I)run Rawells I'n*. a Well
Merit.-.] Trll.nl.- ta Virril
Rata bl i n . rm-.*.
Tt appears W wells
of pa?
tt t isl ic
rerer" of I
toward arl it. ns
-
th.* N. w* Orleai
Terently found
?
??The
?
Mr. <
pie." who ii
I miftt is one of tin*-**), ne
cent-lr aald<:
"I bey need nor h.* of th-*
rm-' ttOU
and ?
numy of I hi
shown, dui
freedom, gift* *
en fly only I
of our tim**, fi
-imi with Mr.
\inor
vvhoni the iiineiit
?ought a i
may w
LIVE SNAKE FOR WAIST BELT.
Th* I'e. ..Har I'lprrlftiff of ? Voodk
Muuian on ? liar) luna
rei.
A singular bul weH**-aathen1
snake stoty coi
la] . Md., the pr . which
were the Bl
a domeatic empl ij i d bj I
Ylng
near that pl
to milk
the i
She d
tiniu, "
the barn to look I lound
lying in n
and upon being I ?
nnd frightened Fini
fufficientlj ?
of ht-r uni*
while mllktl
lng about bel ml it
was a cat, until
about her n dst, and she found herself
looking Into the et
had wrapp. anti
reared its heail in 'ron! of ht
was too BJ ucl
lort of a lerppnt ?
her, but, striking al it witl
fainted away Whei found
the make had disappeared.
SCORCHERS NOT COMMON.
Nertie** Kider* of Ule-role* on CraWtt*
ed Tkaroue I.farr* In- Raw
*t>el.luni see*.
Along with th' e
or rather the Wt
for the wheel while I
it keriouily as a means of locomotion,
me an a 'cher.
The reckless h, i
a wheel, wenl
the crowded Bun
down men and rn
children, is now
Fol,*
for a creature ol
not alway -
caUBC of leveral n
Whether ir
I
fiibtle potion in
these r*
it wai not
60 to
morning in from
mayhem to mun
proportion
r number g
elsfvv!
Rut ? ? nesnd
lrrcsp'
down, and to iee a bicycle going at
more thnn a moderate speed is an un?
usual thing.
SOME COLD DESSERTS.
"hey* Iteiintre Lilli* or to CaoklBg
and Are, st ihe Same Tine,
Couti aa..1 V. huleaome.
?ide by gi
?
ream I
? i
tit ut ed for *
'
For
'
'
St rai
*
hen ti*1 wil .
Put i
I, when it ?
A dish ti.
ls well a.- ?
I pill'
Hid -Heed. '
'
irrange In .,
ippia.
?
ashton around 11
?herries. Whipp
imt this, Ol* I
reith a little
i;ie la ri
*
iver the hve un:
?
Put l
LECTURES FOR MINERS.
ian Kranelai-o 1 .mn* Woman
I.i In ll. tia.- the K m .. nu u I* ut
.\.. i .ii.
?
-
'
. v ?
nil li
?
'?II..
Long, ree. ijtly.
I
? *?
*
?'
?
"Mj itti
minim:
vv helli, r th
the f;
Fran.
lion !<?
'
til part
Half a (ri.mr. a I earher.
room In the nat
mi re, where she hus I
than M> years.
I FARMVILLE
FAIR.
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OCTOBER
j 10 12.
oetxaoo
Agricultural,
Mechanical
i Industrial.
Premium List Large and
Liberal,
and must attractive
exhibit and the largest
crowd ever seen in
Farmville.
The tobacco premi
l are especially lib
i and competition
in this department will
be intense.
No one sample ot" to?
bacco can compete tor
more than one premi?
um except for the
sweepstake, which is
the Boscher premium.
All grasses and
grain will receive prop?
er recognition.
Tlic Slock "Exhibit
Promises to be the
BEST ever seen in
Southside Virginia.
?m*m*
The season will fur?
nish a choice fruit dis?
play.
The Ladies' Depart?
ment will glow with
beauty.
The Tournament
will take. Swift
footed horses will
furnish good rac?
ing. Grand Stand
"big" enough for
everybody. Out?
side attractions of
varied sort.
Thc Confederate
MomiiDeot,
to be unveiled on
the 2nd day with
appropriate cere?
monies and elo?
quent addresses.
Choice Entertaiments
at the Opera House
each evening.
k Full Brass Band io Constant
Attendance.
i'i,' information
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