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THE FARMVILLE HERALD
HELP I ' N'T, HOPE FOR THK Fl Tl RE
FARMVILLE, VA.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 12. L900. NO. 3.
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DRUGS,
Medicines and
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LORY OF DORCAS
Dr. Talmage Draws a Lesson from
a Noble Woman's Life.
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HOMEMADE WINDMILLS.
nf I h. ni Are F-mr'nll) and
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patebea of orehurd or
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that but a
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PROGRESS IN KANSAS.
Fa rifler* of tba sn ii Ho wet- Slate Ar*
..I...* i>> Ile Interested In
lilvlinHf liniiroveni-rnt.
I reade haa
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an givea thesub
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have fair
ei systematic
(fa work. At a re
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tn of tovrn
asd acorn*
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kt sub
idaai he aug*
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Ifonn aetloa all o?er
Dveatioa lt waa
.; ers nf lae*.
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lld be dons.
I -.sim ls reaily to take
ta ooavaatloa
bringing together aa
I mee who would
ring It c's!?tton and'
gent methoda
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rereetlmated to
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fur the lawn
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ite of about
; lia obl-faah
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for turill ? pee <vf tm
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*e this grass ls not to
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the ah ail*
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any we know of, and,.
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?ers' Voice.
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tha I the soil.
o the crops which ex
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irkets to which.
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