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FARMVILLE. VA.. FRIDAY, I Iii;! AIM 15, 1901. vn on
CITY DIRECTORY.
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PRINCE EDWAKD COUNTV DIRECTORY.
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q R M BDC.OOD,
' DENTIST.
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IMCS LYONS.
Al |<>l;\l Y Al LAW,
rice,
Bnckinghs'im Courthottse, Va.
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DENTIST.
At Mk. Th .CKsToXs OLD -
PARBV II ..!-. - - VtKOINI v
J W. FLOURNOY,
v. - vi LAW
^ C FRANKLIN,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Pl IN iii Y, VA.
I D. MTKI'sS. R H. WATKINS.
WATKINS^ WATKINS,
?ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
K\km\ n.i.i:. v \.
! tl ward, I'nm
limond.
Iiiink
gt P. VANDERSLICE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
- . ? aad le'lt-rnl
Main Bk.
(;s WING,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Green Bay, Prince Edward County, Va.
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(\ H. BLISS,
GENERAL Al I I [ONEER,
PARMVII I ?
ijolninx
H. C. CRUTE,
Dill GO]
ivoring Extracts,
whole and
I irmville, Va.
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\VHIT*-&co.,
DRUGS.
Medicines and
Druggists' Sundries,
? inpounded.
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ls UM Vj li i... VA.
PLANTERS' BANK,
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FARMVILLE, VA.
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'A"'"K^. I M. WAI i
i DAVIS,
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Vlgorsas Kabblag
known. I
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Wood's Seeds
are gr
ace to their adaptability to
I and climate or the South.
: ranna, ami in our trial
(?rounds, thousands of dolli ?
expended in teat! ig and ki
the v,
Lie to grow. By mir .
enabled to save our ci
cr- iiiiicli expense ami loss from
planting varieties not adapted to
our Southern soil ami climate.
Wood's Seed Book for 1901
is fully up to date, and (ells all
about the best Seeds fur tin
South. It surpasses alloth rpub
lications of its kind in help!
useful information fm Gardeners,
I rumkers and I arm. rs.
Mailed iv,,.. Write for it,
T, W, WOOD & SONS,
Seed Growers & Merchants,
RICHMOND, VA.
?ARGEST SEED HOUSE IN THE SOUTH.
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C, H. BLISS,
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PKEMIU
CABINET, IOU Vi
RICHMONI
Pure Corn . ' . ,y.
Pabsts Cool Beer on
Full Measure .
No Shnri Oi
I els ?
iv ll l-l. -
ili'k.i sine
JOS BROS.
MAIN tnREKl I \*
Mr flenrv Wallliall, nf PH rt I I
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illy,
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C. II. BL;
PIANOS.
-'or nearly ilft.v v ?
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"Buy an Enlerson.,,
?-. ii ho know all
Less Money
hi- Illili:.
? olin.I lo VI III.
erms easy: . i ' ? ?|""
Emerson Piano Company,
THE
CRITERION.
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THE KIND nilli
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$1 OO PER YEAR,
ll Within tile renell ol
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?RITFRION PUBU MI?! CO.,
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1 *mds^ Go.d McdaI
Paris Exposition 1900
?s.,1.1 In .III*.. >l \WO\l.
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tjy Judges
or
Quality.
Bargains
AT
Feldman's.
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to Clo ?, f,.ii
MEN'S
-well w intel r.vi re .(I- Uni,- of I, ul
id cul in '
^' ?' "db -, rn idt of
?Jl ? ???'. < ' ind Cheviots md
Ullloll Wo;
REMARKABLE
bargains in Bo}V Clotliii i
Am mg many burg tin*., w h iv. ,(
lill.l< , mule. I
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!i w ?
c ai r !?: i
iffering ;:t
Reduced Prices.
o ev..rv I him* le
I I, c..||.
i i.<? . li.i- i
paied vvith i. . .,.,. i, ,.
FaELDMAN
5
door i<> II. I-;. Wall.
ii Reduction in
Clothing Prices.
We .' . lu,.
I,,ck
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Spring Clothing,
whit-li i-i
ll-. We VV l!| for ll ie l|e.\t t Wo
m..lilli- -ell ..in Wi.VI KU
CLO! MIN
JREATLY REDUCED PRICE.S.
- ? niiiiii so a- io Induce ev< ry
iii:ui ,.r hov wanting a sui! now
oi for next fall, to take nd van
r t!i- exce| Hoi
tun itv.
Richardson & Cralle,
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?s I iii-: I l.i I K - rn ? I iKrilt
i li I oi Hu rollins of Prince Ku?
rd, oti the 24th da.} ?
K, Hurd, styled snrs. Iv Ins ir11
i: .1 ol itu-i K. W. Hui.:n,I ,1.,1 1-ilt
,l,i im rv 1871, I ?
nat
bite, \ lt. Vt florida
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A . aimil.!. I arts for >alc.
We oiler foi sale ul verj
laud, vii,no Im., iiiilt-a ..(
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cut*, .v iii. ti
i- Appli
Kal ui Agent j
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much i" -!.. ugllii ii .
ml- bel >??(? ii thc i w.. gi, .ii conn I
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be looking uu sith ;ir.. i
t w liv lions, w |.
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so. eil
n arden! ... ind "honors
:ht lu ls
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lin- -iiuiii oi un active life
ik si. in tub
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cronin
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tnt ii. I
nil ai
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Ill
CAPTURING MONKEYS.
Munder In Vs li Iel. (h.- Undilla.
>(?r? lukes lil s nu ItiKf of
Jix-lao'a A|.|iet 1 (.-.
t ci Iii n hoy on a
j.j..-.! for -
Janeiro, whit
ii inca ts look around thar
I - a DSiican etty.
. ?rn,- American b
Dj thing there vv
DC ia New Vol ..
ad ihe pat
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? | tra ? ; - w ho
at ; : from that port.
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o' I that mj cur
raise them?"
greatly aroni
old Brazilian who -
He then told BM
-? got thc inin
i ii i lonkeys they brough! to
fermi Med liquid,
h is
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ry fond.
: ls if the fl
1 '.liv ri:
ia the
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lie utters loud
,,111 a "jamboree," the
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ii.\i; mr. MONK.
of exhilara
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mt the
ful to mistrust
,r to luke the Ba?
el speed f their ot. a
or two
: ? .ni them
l'.. in ike ihe hands
iiml,keys and form a line of
?n or a do/, n monkeys, being lcd bj
' Aro lcd in thia
vvlic re Ihe
! have
ires aw ? on the
? negro vi:
i a little of the
riven the a
?. s ttl their eaptiv*
ind tame them and
kc them down Into the city rind to
sell them, and, as tbe
lives in s land where food
d drink are easily found, he lives
ily, so hy selling a monkey
n's he makes u handsome
tronblc catchinir.
rrots in many traps Rmi r
i be said to live a ln/v
n's life. Cincinnati Comm*
ihune.
ilia rai Was liitriiiKi-.it.
re not usually given credit
b sn order of Intellitrence as
the* si Betimes
In Hrii*h
:- -i .?:,? that 1 i
? ii eda!. After i's q
?g. th,i cul went to
let in.
opened, the
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ct and ' i
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?j > taaastes..
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.tarrli
lng directly
,.i.?ni- -in: .
dealrnying the
diving
by building up
I
- curative
? Hundred
.?ure.
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ll flO
WARS AGAINST BEARS.
??old i.rlr/lt.-'n (nil rnmia (bararie
nu. Kiiie.i Bearii lise itiou
saud la Hrirsgr,
linne count*/
Cal., : because I
md fol
the further reason that bc traaswon
to make thc number M.ouo before ht
dies.
Thom nc of a back'
ly of 17 children, li
thai bc wa- born "noaccount." Drink
lesroBB
. ibsIbbb
when ;- thc medina, of
OBJ ht Ml iu lore
with .linell! mer?
chant and I with favor on
Lim. She wished to ii lorin bim. They
OLD GRIZZLY AT v.
w. nt wilh him
A ? . them, hut
Pa*
? .f Co
I drank hims, ll into I
poi-, in vvhii mould come
" ? lin.
lal the
door io un from
tow n. Ile did lui ! .v. 'I bc
floor of thc cabin aaa open. ?
iel. jx'i p
!?.. floor, vs ith
ii a hlind rage he raised his ritle and
Ired ul the tie ure. Willi a hoarse
? big grizzly beardsdied
it him. Twice more the repeating rills
iwoke ? I i.ii'l the o-reat car
rostrata.
"I- thu! yu. 1,. it iii..- V Oh, Ti'in
nie?"
And the voice of his wife was still.
?Mn. ni.- of bone and tl. SB
bowed where death hud come to the
iilty.
It waa then that faff ? Baetsd thr
reit reckoning of Thomas J'ajre. He
! and left the haunts ot
H.- millie a vow never ?
train to a fellow man. He swore to
.tiitre himself by devoting his life to
- the grizsly beor,
i the monntaina for more than 43
? n the trail of Die
?itt cr-nt tires nnd he has been a
?meela that few have eecsped,
A WYOMING ROMANCE.
.tilth. Ilanchman Uaw a eiO.OOl
U,.l,llng Present In His Klop
Iuk llanaliirr.
IV. C. ICcDoBSld, a wealthy ranch
in whose cattle feed on a thousand
ls, anil winne jrreHt stone house ls
miles from Cheyenne, Wyo.,
lowed bard and fast on special trains
t vick to IntVrcept bia daughter
ns. vs ho had eloped with Walter
rr well, a drug; clerk at Vfln Tassels,
r little town iie^r McDonald's ranoh.
e old mun had two big revolvers
hie waist, aad ha tobi assay
doctor and hmkeman and engineer ?
?^
ri ry train
ihieh he rode of i? ? lings [
bea he
f>ma
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Ol full
lint,
and I '...Im my and I
? bach home with me,
?
l' (Ind.- Ii.uk wilh her. why. nil
I it if she '
And. ruy mind
,'in' of hun. Yes. I have,
I fhat I'm a griing to
em 110,000 for a ? ?ent.
- more wi
jin rd. .lust so's I ire! my little
I, I won't have to look at
? 1 if the Injuns don't
him 1 ? ,; aroiirtd tbe
? ?! his three square meals a j
1! of I 'ill wants j
little girl, pard; that's all." J
ill'. *m\J?
BUILDING GOOD ROADS.
BtSBCllSBl Oh] ref Irons. ..I.i-n Sn
aualls 1?> Ihe lolled Si* les Dr.
partusrot of Aarlcullurr.
The pood roads question ls I
?he subject of a vast agltStlon,
lirst hv wheelmen, taken np
government, and now a ni.it '.r of I,-}*,
islathe consideration the c un';y
over. As a result, ten states have ex?
hibits at tba present unl\.
?ition in .'uris illustrating how perfect
roads ought to he hu lt 11 from a
country thHt slill has, In part, the
worst roads in the world, is rather
daring, but lt ls a'so an ladlcatl I
what is being done. The ten sta'cs
in question know what tney are ta k
lng about. They had the worst ron 'a,
BOS) they have (or. at Least, tl cy
are constructing) the best.
It will be a matter of news to many
to learn that the I'mted Srates g rm.
ernment has gone into the road
tlon In the most energetic and th r
ough manner Imaginable, nnd h | ^
through the department of agricul?
ture, studied wist eoassitatsa a g. d
road and why goori roads are re
has gone ?.> work to spread the in' r.
Ttnttion anti teach the people. It ' t
KBStifllCBt stations in ? very --t.'itf a
the union, where lessons In roc
iig are taught. Hundreds of pam i
ts s'lowing just how a irood roa(' is
Beted ann how lt may he j ?
t i have bein poblished by *
? men?, nnd may le h;d for a
? ? . - * in read im (.
inp are given BBBBallj in ever) al e
union, when In some worst - ??
i quarter or bl f, or cit rt ri ',
of excellent rosdwny ls construe! 1,
ree .lew il low aid i' V
i OllL'Ilt to be thine. Th. . t
.. begun in 1694, have don.- ? t
rhan anv rid: - else to siart the - t
0 .'nt which ls BOW
tba si I roada tha
I 'T.
The governmest, ia these e>hi |.
tions. ? sp,,-.
(men roads a modern macadam, a
? ind and ? i ordinary dirt road. WI ri
these roads nre completed, a hen v
firm vv.u'on. loaded with produce i
drawn over each of them, nt.! s
ii * of force required lo hool It s
determined by th. use of a ti
. meter This Instrument ls so c i
: 'he lo r?es pull nt ev. rv s!.-i a
nf the haul in plain vi*w of those ti
Irs vicinity. It is made clear bj tin a
xperlmrnts that a team barn I BBC a* ri
'he ordinary way ts nbJBCt, um! r
iie best conditions, to a continuous
' rkinp motion, which must, on Brea
he smoothest country road, grestlv
ncrssse Its fntigiie. On a d!if ? t
n bad condition tills Jerking besOBBCS
i succession ot heavy mows transm ?
ed to the team by means of n coll; r.
"hey sr? smelly painful bruising tha
houlders, harassing and torturii i*
lie animals, constantly lessening their
niue ss well as directly decreasing
he amount of the load that it ia
osslble to haul.
A TAIL-BOARD SEAT.
I Caa Be Mads and Adjn-led In a Fes*/
st.,mani, aad Costs Bul a
raw Csats.
Take one of the rear endboards, or
,iiiioanis," aa they ar* often called,
nd flt a cleat to one end of It, us
TAIL BOAM) BEAT.
own in the cut. A small hole ard
re nail will keap the board tn u
i pl nar at tha other end. Five ch., .r
sofa springs nailed to the midd e,
th a short board nailed above thain,
il make a very comfortable BBB*,
a on* that will not ba in the w .
ien it ls desired to use th* board *
iilboard.M--aV. Y. Tribune.
Cement Finora for llalrlea.
ii tlie creamery and in the da! ?
? old wooden floor should give w.
the cement floor of the best (pi ?
The movement in this direct! i
already on and th* cement rh -
ne very genera,!. Ks; ?
th* creameries is this the ? i
v wooden floor absorbed moistu t
?> and gave out th* latt. -
lia reenforced. The wooden I
been found Irspcaefbla t..
in. It is so
isa no chance to be purified I
s-ime is larg, i true . ' ?
r in th* private ry In the
? stabliahmi i
I'tigD f
1 an essential, as .
. In lloo'V
- ? ??*. Ill >! ?
? run th* cement I pe1- .
it wiil
I are dai'v soaked with water.?
mers' Review.
a.-lenee of Meed Sosslna.
. not be Eorgottsa ia i
tah.fc sard.-, nn'!. for tlM
, all seeds, that they must have au,
dur* and darkness in order '
,.er!y. If sow n despi I
?* tl.>y rot; if too shallow.
light 5 a or thi
.r? enoogb. As a ru.~
Id lt* as near the surface BB DOS"
, with the rather <'.r) earth p ,
nd them as firmly as possible. The
ice earth should be rather dry or
ill no* powder well Sisal tl I
rtant in connection with air.
i. air in a soil pressed when
-but th* more dry earth is pressed
mounded the finer and more porosa
lhere ta a great art la gat*
seed to gtOO properly anti yet
irt is vtry s.mpie WBSB thc pr.j.
I are uu<l< r.sta.od. ? ilwl.au's
hly.

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