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FARMVILLE HERALD
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FRIDAY, VI Ul -*.' 16,1901.
Ibe
MM lill.Il'** NW.
man sslm flippantly remarks
iic Convention
stop to tliink.
Hauling ol Constitutions lintier
,1 conditions la grave and
,- matter, bul as condlUona now
: ali other -
m li ?, and bard
and boa I eal are
migfa To be Jual and
? amata time La
make right tlivi
right conclusion, and
then give good reason foi itali linty imt
1 the latter may not
bildren cannot be made
or utility of
I they must be proper
.??I in the interest
dy a- well aa for the
mmunity In which
dee.
? ssith ignorant voter-,
ike them understand
that their ignorance unrestrained La
hurtful to themselves anti their fellow
08. The thing to be concerned
about, therefore, l- the light, and not
tch the rea.-oii for it. And yet
the pathway of the member of the Con*
Ional Convention who want- to
? very beet thing i- U'set with
iltie*, and he is entitled to the
.il anti the prayer- of
tie |
Path Ugh! to have its good
ss. ik tossard* him.
doesn't mean, however, that the
people should or will forgive waste of
tune oi ttl nd.
Condensed light is strong light. So
with All-day talks are
out of tiale. People read nowaday-,
and tl la under no necc?itv
lo tell it all. 8 une member- ha ?
laboring ni,der that delii-ion. Wc
trust thc -pell ssill be oil when thc "
still,. u While the stork ia
difficult men of tbougbl and of earn*
iiipli-h it. This Yu
Mr. Wai- a, "t Nottoway, a member
of thc Constitutional Convention,
kunst- where tin shoe pinchea Noth?
ing better than this ha- been -aid:
''The history "t thc human race from
the beginning of the world,'' -aid
Mi. Watson, "famishes no Instance of
two races living together on attempted
equality without one of them going to
the wall. We never stopped to indulge
in linnicky sentiment about the In?
dian- ss nen sse settled thia country lt
i- to ss ho could yet hi- scalp
lir-l.
i.itoinia -hut thc doora of the
golden gate- on the Chinaman and
settled the question in short order
Even ts have shown that if-neb a course
had not been pursued California Bligh!
be owned by Chinamen."
Thc / Ledger of Norfolk waa
, i .ui thc 2nd Inat Daring
of a century of existence it
iut column- and bii-ine? depart
in -u a in charge of Ki aera
-ca-h, st boareentitled
to ali ' binga Which their CO
? ntly saying of
;
?tn, strong, aide paper, whose
Influence for good nae been felt in Nor*
e over. ".May it live
.
We Hy read ssith later*
.st inch won
"ii the occnelon
rr Hon Sydney
vi iraa -aid of
lum ? I never heard him
lui I never heard
an ( ken of liim.
Of few i.icu could that he truthfully
said. This old world would be won
derfully improved if that could lie truth?
fully .-aid nf all men and woolan, too.
ca
po
tal
ii
pie
lt. .'I
ante
McLaurin, of Smith Carolina, who is
undertaking to be a Republican*
I N in .lat. lin- been a-ked to cut ol! thc
appcx and l>e Republican
m| ? 1 bat's thc manly
. hut he hasn't the courage
i lillian's "fork'' mu-t be In*
i t., unload the nuisance.
useful on farms and Till*
mai. - ;- useful mi folks.
(
I'll..
Christian Sciential*, of Norfolk,
have bought the 2nd 1'rc-byterian
church of that city, for ll2,500. That
Indical th than ssc bad
given u,e body credit It la comfort
knott- tbal one netti not get sick.
and if one d be need not
Mr.
--ona! prop
try district- i- ludj.
lllllOlltl I
****** wi ,.-, that the lynfern ol
qbJ property in Um
-t thc
- nun
l'"""' ':i sutl, tb.
bouquet thrown
to hun na- m the shape of tbe mayor
.
T,"": ? well contend
furn.
aaa v
leelinic
cr.-tl uml
Engine*
Scnilem
<t rn te.
tbs font
niftiriiia
EXE(
T i?
i
'ion. on !
?
svo nun
more or
grounds i
I EKMH
two nnd I
cent, bron
itu- props
UH gil?it
LV
sj like to repeat and mal
lhat the repre-entativc pe
Pbla -cctioii, -o lal a- sic aic in
aud wc (latte! olir-elves that st
know a- milch of the -iiuiiUon as ntl
, i-. ruc demanding of the dust ntio
a "turn key job," and a g.I mn
Ihcy have a right to expect protect io
against ignorance, tbe HMTOCtlon I
mistakes, and tin' moa! economical ai
inini-lralioii of public affair* po?iblt
Wc don't knott why Mr. Rockefeller
win. i- worth 11,000,000,000, abould b
-ending a wagon thrmigh ihecoimtr;
puking up pennies. "Little drops 0
water and little grain* of sand,'' lu
may have learned at hi* mother's knee.
The Richmond /' 'Tbi
State had lietter learn how to run lb
own bu-ines-before lt attempta to nm
lbj bu-ines of the railroad " That'.
wliat the Constitutional Convention is
ln aeeeion for.
When Mr. Kruger Baked the hand of
thc late Mr*. Kruger in niarria.
-aid: "I can -csv, I can cook, I can
bake dread, I can scour and I CU
iweep " What nmre need U' ridded -'
Lookout for thc hand of Tom Mar?
tin iu the election "f memtier- of the
next legislature. Beaten bj the peo*
ph- he ssill appeal t" peoples'
vant*. He will beal watching.
Thc body of the Dowager Kiii|>ress
waa embedded "in a mass of tube and
La France roasa Very beautiful and
appropriate tribute, but she ssas dead.
The mayor of Winchester, Va., lias
staged successful war against moequi
toes by the use of kerosvtie oil on the
pond- Wbeie they ssere hatched.
Tlie Richmond Time* thinks the
Convention ran against a "nnag," and
therefore backed mit for a time. Not
-nag, brother, but nag.
In order to make a long speech - nu
ipeecheeaie long only.. Mr. Wyeoi had
tolling in extensive quotations from
inti-election addresses.
if it lie true that John H. Rockefeller
.- really worth 11,000,000,000, tin ra M
io rea-oti why he shouldn't live in
SS,I I'oUlltll
It ha- been intimated that we will
vt : cent sugar. More sugar and le*
ueat won't hurt the human family.
Large dividends to a .select fest of
toekholdcrs, nor 1,000 |ier cent divi
ends help the people at large.
Has ?;<mi worth of taxable property
mae enough to vote V lt is a question
F vital Importance
a dy Ing man requested to be buried
sea b cause his svife threatened to
ince on his grave.
They Work While You Sleep.
While your mind and body rest Cas
rets Candy Cathartic repair ymir
gestion, your liver, your bowels,
t them in perfect order. Genuine
blets stamped C. C. C. Never sold
bulk. All druggists, ioc.
?loss- Arr four ltldnry. I
r Hubba'8para?ua Pills cure all kid ncr Ula. Ham
free. Add MerlluK Kerned) Cn , t 'lileann ur N. V.
IBEALD and Wurdi only |1 80.
WANTED.
Io sell ms [-.iiiii, KU IV im lt iCRKK,
MM mile nest nf lanni ille, 1
mk Wood, Inila,iee all In enlliv ,i.
nut bights/ lm|,rove,|. Hine ts still
el,ceil hi,,I fOOd Ino 1,1 illira, nil ness.
Write,
I, vv. sVOMACK.
un of ih. Armour Fertiliser Wot ks.
nitlUinnre. Mst
.-I'. Its.
;ay.
We deliver. .
Ice Cream
ny quantity, and gnar?
led to please. . . .
. . Try us .'iml yon
will become a well
pleased customer. . .
:ridlin bros.,
FARMVILLE, va.
nla Military Institute,
I I XIX.TO*. VA
-tate Military. Sclentl'le anti
ni School. Thorough Coonatta in pen
I applied Chemistry. Kle, ti ieil.v nc!
?ri nit. confers degn es ol iraduate In
ic Course, h - I Bachelor of
meal ('? nrses. \ \\ expensi s,
ig clothing end Incidental*, provided
>f |.Ko per annum, as an average for
? OV ol tki I. Kor
non ail.
oom. aooTi -hut.
Miitendent.
TUTOR'S SALE
Of Real Estate I
?h.. arm of a, \
ti, I ss III, Ht IC O'clock (i.m., oti Moo*
ember 2nd, lWl, sell ?i Public Aue
he premises, to the highes) r. ipon
ter. the fat itt knoss n as "Thc lien,I. ?
Ol Kanes ille, OG ''
:t\. r. and containing 1MB 2-5 VCKKs
less). Dwelling andM seres of lo*
Deluded.
?rill ( aah. I.alan.I
.? s, si ul, lateral st eli (.. i
I date of -ale. Moll, l.-il. i
io I., ?-, cured io in ci ,,f i
tis. i tntm limn puss..asnm given,
I WI KS I.AM As| KU.
. t.it-cutor.
m
301
wt 1 all I
I
rmi
? 1901. *
OCTOBER 23-25.
Count} .'iiul Town will
unite tn make the oeca.sioii
memorable in the history of
South Side Virginia.
THE PlOIl.11 LIST
?
I- large and liberal and is ill allia. I
thc choi,-e-t product- ,,f oui FARMS,
tlie finest skill of rjur MECHANICS
tbe moat ftsBclnating rJeeigna thc Ung
er* of our i.tmi:** can fashion into
foiin, st bile thc FASTEST Ol' Ol lt
IIOK*sl> thc lltavn-i of mit CAT
iTLBs Ihe Richea! of our rm irs.
and Un- fain-! of oin FLOWERS
ssill OOO tesl in friendly rival foi ?
Ditton.
(TOBACCO)
The Moneys-Friend of
this Section. , , ,
.Viii have its usual prominent
pince.
Lovers of good Rac
Qg will be entertained
ach day.
Attractions ol' varied
inds have been ar
uiged for.
Mtfriage Ceremony
Viii lie performed on ihe
frounda at ?? High Noon "
f (HU' of tile (Ille,- (|.|\ -., ju
resence <?1 the gathered
ultitude.
ft SELECT
PLAY. -
ll I..- given ;u the < ?ri;ii'.\
?I SK, each e>eninii of thc
Tournament
n the last dai. i<> !"? fol*
wed liv a
ronation Address
d Ball.
light. A distinguished
ker will make an address
c opening hour.
??;
IRST-CLASS BAND
ill fm nish music day
(1 ni-'lit.
?raville w ill !??? prepared
ertain .'ill ulm may bonor
ith their presence.
Premim List, or any
particulars address i he
?'"'}'?
V. H. RICHARDSON, President.
?\RT, Secretary.
'j
i
('lill
thar
Tl,
(l<
Ei
RI
FU
prleea a;
None be
urv
a'l oilier
LYNCHBURG FAIR
October 15, 16, 17 & 18, 1901.
Horse Show, Horse Racing,
Grand Tournament. ? ?
Liberal Premiums! -Great Manufacturing Display
Extraordinary Attractions!
Lim im'. - on nil the Railroads.
We expect Ut have the fluent Exhibition ever given here. Want all our
friend Lota of AmuxemeoU Everybody will
? i lime. Kor Information add
Lynchburg Fair Association,
W. M. DOYLE, Secretary.
GRAND LABOR DAY
EXCURSION.
VIA N A W. RAILWAY.
From FARMVILLE to RICHMOND,
MONDAY, SEPT. 22, 1901.
ROUND TRIP FARE :
Farmville to Richmond,
Wellville to Richmond,
$1.50
$1.00
Train Leaves Parmvllli on the Following Schedule:
I ? invllle
rkevlllc
III ?
. Mi V. .vi.
a ... mo ..
kl i ??
linoel. Road;
ii c. i. rabari
in- rn Richmond IMI
Returi M.
... attractions. . . .
;? with ail Labor (Union)Oiganitailona participating,
the various* prize-: oflered. M.my viaiting Orders will also
I tend .-uni take part In tin- urea! con tent,
il Matinee al the Cant no. (tefl ned Vaudeville. Performance begins
r vi | in- beluga Holiday, there will be various other attractions.
i i rill be o|ien for thone who wiall to da anopplng, while otbera
in s l-l I Illili fi lend* ol' enjoy Iiii ?in-cls ( al -I L'I it seel Ul*.
lion'i i.e1 io \i-it tin- Naiatoriuni al Keaervolr Part Tin-finest Barimning
mil ni thc H null. A. <?< mi ni. oi.it i< m~ for ladlee, aa areli ai c-entleiuen.
- |. irate < ?>acliea foi ' Solored People.
excursion in under the personal aupervinlon of tbe lanioiia "Trilby"
xeumion Muiiai*ei and you still iiml everything first da?.
|{ ii Mahen sub acconipan3 ua and look oui personally aflai the
cssc and lllaekHtone paawu
, i be Weal lier,
-.tl,- bs Ihe l>o|.ot Agett! anti on thc train.
R. T. ADAMS, Manager.
BLACKSTONE FEMALE INSTITUT!:
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NORTIIEA8T VIEW f)F nriLDINO.
iSITIVI CHRISTIAN
MflftfV lilli!
IVKJUl). T||,. ,
.OWEST PO IBLE
\ CHRISTIAN TRAINING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. OPENED IN 1894.
IS THIS SCHOOL THE SCHOOL FOR YOUR DAUGHTER?
PERT! N ENT FACTS.
BUILDING AND GROUNDS.
i, from
- ?
v floor, ?Ith
fr,un
?
; rill 1
?
?
CHARACTER.
I rhiilinn ll was built hy tho MtOt*
I hur. li with (inc single pot*|
h thorough laatrvrtloa
lian lt,flin i
II. ? lolph
1 icall
I .-uni thc bi ?ea "f
rt Randol|.li Mai on grad
< ai,1,tn !,,)? '1
ly Ile Rn 1 f.c tilly for thc
Tlc rc ls un vain ? >h,tw
??'"/A" is thc first worri unit th
Bork nf tba a hool
III. Sm a infill. -The purpose anti work
nf tba ? bool have 1 ntiun.-n.i, d lt to
If ron th Nombi r of boardli 1
-
Kamber of oBlct rs
ur: al DI
ii,'I'lu Valli" of grounds and building In
al pn mb! taMBa
Three Courses.
thing 1
SS,,\l.\'.- g 1 ?U.I.I
?ai at thc In ?
. h by actual
I Iph-Maeoa Woman's
1 Smith, "f lb* ss
01,1, ms who , ?
of y.uir ried . . t. r, ,1
1 iv bf
"'"I ir. fully adjusted to curs aid I
ir fa. till
I and upc
Rev. JAMES CANNON, Jr., Principal,
liI.ACKSTONE. VA
lol
ghth Session begins September 19, 1901.
MEMBER
HAT iou
\\. .ic HEADQUARTERS. Our
slock i~ large and well axsorted and
e VERY I - >v\ Try om of mr PERFECTION PELT M ATTRA9BES.
tier made.
RNITURE
IDERTAKING.
s st iii i mpl attention.
BARROW & COWAN,
FARMVILLE VA.
We nirry a full line of
I ndertakera < inn!-, and
Farn
Ivar) I'ei-aoii. l onnz oi? old. sh.mill Keep a Bank trroaat, Mow. n-r small
..inv.
-ESTABLISHED 1867.-\
Planters Bank of Farmville, Farmville, Va.
Cavaltal.NMtMa\
Siii|iliis .md I iidit iilcil I'rtillts, ? S"iJ.OOO.nu.
li. fl, I'u l.i i I, Cn-olen I: W.O. Vi W. P. VBBAaLfa, Jjis/li
DI UKI un:- ? . si ss kuri
- SV Cu lr I I, ll. V. -e >i.i -. ll h. H ,
,1 ont Kanh mid tie wm )nU
i in ti,.- mattel .,r Having I its-Ms**.
I HI l'I.SN ID MIS. AM, WU.I.
tu i.e YOI I" * vs i MOMgl
vi ??lill Il A IHK BAVatn.
i io tank rn,,, i, wj|, ^
fa rn lulu
'?s ? UankuiK i:
? . , V usi-HUj.
,?ii-i-iiiii arith inn,i.au banking.
Il', thal I tn glad to koot
ymir Arcot ntl.
'
Just received in Carload lots :
Corn,
Oats,
w
?
Hay, :
Barb Wire,
Lime and
Cement.
Call and get Our Prices. . ,
: C. M. WALKER & SONS. I
? :
? ?
The Secret of Success.
Tin- Secret ol' Sm ce-- I- lc! -o lilli.)) Ml klloSSIIIL'
hois I,, make avmoy aa tba ability to take cure of
lt If you ara lutereated in savina, youi money in
veetlgate tbe plan nf the Hat Inga Depaiinaenl of
The First National Bank,
FARMVILLE, VA.
\ ll I'VS Hiv,,N.
Proatldi ni
A. Jr
If. II. l.v NN,
Vic T
MUM I Hips:
vv p. <ui.i.i.ssi. Un I'i i i h Win
IJ. H. I.sw,
1.1 Mavis,
lu: .1 M. Il ssh i i
s i. ti. sm s vi,
i Rubier,
J Nd li VI t!.l IS,
VI. M t v ip- .\.
*r
IE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
I aUllltlshl d Ol l-l'
.?.::;:, company uf new york
RICHARD A. McCURDY, President.
-I inlei the Pollen- oi tbia Company you can providi
a OMI'M'll
An Until.ali.tlc li,co,,,. .
A ii Kiiilou nu -t.i 'ncneut.
.\ Pension for Hld
lour Wife.
?nil!.- amount al your death.
A li sci loco lil' ?
lour Son*
lions) '" atari In a li mi.
lom- Daaasf/kCcre.
Mai , I neilin, fol lof,- ul
tour Biia.lnr-.?.
A.|.Ill lol, . . alli.
disioiciivc ad van tatar, thal over
...ti paid to I'm ii t iou,ni- c- om or ? ...... tin I. ? | iy inenla
H.. \li ti \i. I.ir k cml'O'lv intel,: ? | ,,i. .
tic i'm I ai|, lii-iifiinc-; l-.\!eiii|',| |ii-nr ,c . io, of Kori I.ii.it
?>,-li sn, render i'aj no nt-.
Funds Exceed $301,000,000. . . .
W. P. VENABLE,
iville, Va. District Agent.
iscribe to the Herald, only $1.00 a year,
erald and New York World only $1.60.

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