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^FKH?A. rsi l'I I MHI.H n. 1901. PAULET! & PAULETT. INSURANCE. Trrdwaj Ta inkles. Tun'SS AS, V I - 1901. l),nr Herald. Ymir weekly visits arealaraya eoj ?yed, and the lirst thing nne lock* fm I* to see if there ia a letter frmn theil P.O. lt seem- strange thal ?ssas of your many readers of Trod way deal *end you items every week In? stead of waiting for a .seini-ocfH-ional letter. our neighborhood bas been very (fay for the pasl tell day-. On Tuesday nf la*t week, there was a lass ii party given by the ladies of Olive Blanch Methodist church, at the residence of Mr. Dibbrell Klani. The heautilul grova sm- illuminated with Japanese lanterns, showing svith advantage the tallies fairly groaning beneath then sseight of good things to t*at. There a*ae quite a lively contest between the In.v- when a bandsoine cake ssa- pal sp IO tie voted for, to lie given to tile prettiest girl on the grounds. Miss Kha Hancock, of Charlotte county, se? cured the largest nutulier of votes Owing lo the Inclemency of the sn ath* ar tbe crowd waa aniall. The sum of |181 - realised. On Thursday afternoon ther( ssas a lawn party at Mr. Hosvard Saden's given iu honor of Misses Virginia and Bead Seiden to their gneeta, Masters John Booker and Frank Baldwin, nf Farinville. The lawn presented a pret? ty picture with the many children in bright costumes playing all aorta of ( liildi-h gailles, and svhen lliey Were Invited in the dining room to partake Bf refreshments one of the tosvn boya produced Ins camera and asked iht lii|ss|o|i |o take the picture of the table, with the lovely centre piece of fruits and Bowers, Tlieie ssas a (lame al Mr. Philip Yonge'-mi Wednesday Dight and an? other oo Kinlay night al Mr. Beldon'o. The iaUei ssa-a farewell dame given by the young people of the neigbor hood to the "Hoys'' who have been linnie for the last ten days mi their annual visit, Messrs. Tom Yonge, (iooilridi Overton and Fred Hunt. The parlors were well tilled svith the select dancers and the scene a nio-t en trancing one. All the girls wore lovely evening costumes, the gentlemen in full dre? siiit-i und such music as only Ifsssn vv .r-iuini and Bookar, of H. S. College, can make; they were not allowed even to stop he! ween sets, hut the "two step" waa followed by other round (lames until Ute prompter would call out, "partners for next asl take their plae< - I uiitrytolk* were treated to a I real cake walk by one of Farinville'.* I drls. I am re.|iic-ted to give the names of those present: Mi-se Miniiie. Belle and Mary Yonge, Kate ol Parmville, Annie Allen, Flu shy, ofCulpeper, Indie ami Her? mie Overton, Maggie and Elva Han? cock, Klto Swan, Kreda, Pattie and Virginia Sadden. Ihe gentlemen were Sam, John and Goodrich Overton, Toca Yonge, Krcd Hunt, Emmett VV'o inack, Messrs Hancock, K. T. Kips comb, ll. and J. Allen, Mr. Hooker, Marcellus Harris, li. J. Wnrsham, Jr., and others, whose names I cannd imss remember, Belle Flam has returned home after a -lort vi-ir to this neighborhood. Robert Bradshaw,of Kice, i* on a si-it lo her father, Mr. James Over? ton. Min* M-I,y is also visiting there. -V linfred Yonge is at home altei a delightful summer in the mountains. Fanner- busy cutting tobacco; their wives are canning, gathering dried Normal girls getting ready lo return to school. Some of our girls will lease -nun to !? Brown author! loguaranlee perfect satisfaction In lit, -? - ,'iiples. II. !>. COBB s\; Co. Educate Tour Bowela With Caarareta. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation r wc. -Sc. It C. C. C. fail, druggists refund money. Warm weather ls coming. See mir wh-Ii gooda before buyiug. Fleming A Clark. Taken look at Fleming A: Clark's Hoe of negligee shirts, lt will pay you. A fess pair of men's -hoes for $1 a children'a 60c. a pair at mug sV Clark's. irk are taking mtiers for men's spring suits. We guarantee a III rn rn, - Un . | ion in- Children. ?X" With a Tail. The ?'C" with a tail is thc trade? mark nf Ca*JCaret9 Cindy Cathartic Look for it on the light blue eitamclcd meta) box! Each tablet stamped I < < Never sold in Hulk. All druggists, loc. BRIEFS AND I'EHSONALS. Hie Fallen Leal. ? ll ' Well, lilli, e . ?Illili 11,1 WblCh it Lfl.VV ? I ll,e lillie ie Vmi tnt.tu n a ,las ni two; I io Inn rs on it- w av lice.in-. on ti,,, toil Another, lu Un- ernie Of Ood, Will tieck Ute Linnell -?,,,,,lal . . ami I l?-at Sollie liuiiiriii-i - liltt.i Kui inen forget ere yet Un- ?? I DOS lier duck ls .liv ' ti" ? saning in I lie Old, nal-l.tsllltili.il ,v Ni. matter nhill lils mirk ur ulnae, Num.. nthcr niall Int- rl-cn 11 Ami tills Ins plnci toilnv. Mi** Louisa Wootton i- visiting friends in Smithville, Ya. Mi? Leta Wall, of Lonenborg, is -t of Mrs. .1 H. Wall. Mw- Ma,,. I'cuis, of Richmond, is visltiog lur si-ier, Mr-. Rober! I The public schtM.i of Parmville will open it- nexl session mi thc letta inst Mr. and Mia. J. H. Wall and sm,, s|Kii! last Sunday at Meluniii, visiting relativea. Mr. H. Y. Baldwin, ot Manchester, 'mir his patents, Mr. and.Mr H V Baldwin. Mr- J. Hunter and Mas e J. Hunt? er, .Ir , of Richmond, are L'uc-ts of Mr. and Mrs. Roberl Fiear. Mi? Robbie Blair Berkeley b sumed her music rl;i?. Terms made known mi applicatio .. Miss Fannie Bdgood left Tuesday for Kip-Haps, Elizabeth City county, where she will teach school. Miss Klia Burger, ssh,, has been spending several weeks in Norfolk, re? turned to her home Saturday. vi -- H,s.(,. Martin, sile, attended the unveiling of the Charlotte m.uni meal returned Inuiie la-t Saturday. May he you don't think much of rice, and yd it i- the principal food of at least one-half of the people of earth. Mr. A. K. Oralle, who ha- been spending tbe summer at thc Rawley springs, ha* returned much improved in health. Mr. Booti Martin, who ha- been spending tWO sseeks at the seashore and svith friend- in Nm folk, returned home lasl Sunday. Col. Joe Lane Stern will ins|iect the Parmville Guard on Monday, 23rd Inst Every member should prepare for the important occasion. We were shown a single leaf of to. bacci this week from thc Held of Mr. Kniint'tt Richardson, in Buckingham, which inca-iired 25x37 indie-. Mr. K. Scott Martin ha-heen elected assist sn! secretary ind treasurer of the Parmville Building and Trust Co. This is a good selection hy thc Hoard. Thc High Bridge is nearly comple? ted, the svnrk of finishing up Hie la-t span i- being done, 'lightening holts and painting ssill not occupy so much time. M's~ Ruth Eskewand brother, Maa* te; Jefferson, who hist been visiting their aunt, Mrs. J. K. Whitehead, re? turned to their home in Charleston, W. Ya., Tueaday. Richmond Newt: Ihe manann* the Farmville Fair in providing a prise For any couple willing to He publicly married should not omit a small -um for the divorce. Rev, Dr. Harding will he away next sunday and there will Ik- no preaching it the Presbyterian church. Hr. Hani? ng under appointment of the Presby? tery will hold installation services in Appomattox county. inor McKinney's "contingent" ?Npeti-cs were Hie smallest in the hi ? orv of the State dilling the la-t tsven tra, Tin* wa- predicted when sllency refused to wear a du mit at his inaugural ball.?Newport \. tM //< raid. Kev. Mr. Thompson preached an in itrticfive and Interesting sermon on he occasion of thc union -eivice, at ba) Methodist church on last Sunday ?vening in presence of a large COUgre* jation representing the different COU* rresjatlona of the tosvn. The choir ran* lercd difficult and excellent minde, The svife of a Methodist minister n Weal Virginia has been married blfSJ times, Her maiden name ssa* Partridge, her dist husband ssa-nairn d Hobin, the second SpaiTOWand pr.-ent me Quayle. Then are nosv .WO young (tobias, one Sparrow and thee little luayrss, and tbe family lives on Jay .tied That lady surely is a hird. Richmond Dispatch: Buckingham I producing line gold just noss. Mr. I A Weet, of that county, ssa* at Hie .thee of the Commissioner of Agricul* -terday, bringing svith him BBV? ?ral nuggets, which were practically rich in the precious ore. Mr. VVe-t ledared that they were Ihe ridi.-t ?vcr found in Buckingham, and ssoiild ?ompare favorably svith the baal of the Klondike. Among the lawyers from a di-taine who attended circuit court here this sveek were the fellowing: Meanie. A H. !>ickin-mi and H. W Anderson, of Kichmond: W. Il Smith, A. H. Arm? strong and Wa. Lancaster, of Cum I: Judge W. H. Maun, of NottO w.n. K G Southall, of Amelia; Judge Miller, of Posvhatan; Capt. rim*. Wat" kins, of Charlotte: W. C. Franklin, of Appomattox. When a man die* nowadays the lir-t thing they a-k i-: "Wa- he insured, ?uni for how much'.'" The pap' generally winds up the (.hilliary svith Ibe amount of insurance. Soon obit? uary notices ss ill rand Bomatbing like tb,-: "rOtOf Jones died and left a wife and two children. LOBB fully covered by iii-uraiice." Or if the deceased Bl not insured, it will read alu mt as fol? lows: "John Smith i- dead. He leaves a Wife. Total loss; no iiisiir Mi.? Patterson i- al lu,me ft rn In summei outing. Many of mir girls leave for Hid -chool- lill- Week Mr dev, tanti ki,-an,,,f Buckingham ssa- in IOU n Ulla ss.-ek Mrs. A. F. Howard lias returnei Mull! a vi-it to ftielul Dr. P. Winston ami Master Peter fefl We.h.hay for Kichiiiunil. Mi- Lelia F. Pot-tea, of Bucking ham counts, Waa io ion n (lu- week. Mi? May Pauletl will reen nae hoi music d,,.., od Monday, the I6tb in-t. Mr J S. WI,uley, of Kichmond, i apetxling eeveral daya hen- thiaareek. Pennie Berkeley -pent la imlay am! Sunday with friends in Salem. Mr. Jame- H. (.ray, of Peter-bun:, ssa- in Farmville yesterday visiting friends, Ground ha-been broken at the corn? er of Third ami North streets for a brick -tore house. Prof. Arnold anti family are occupy. lng tte house of Mr. W. H. Rotertaoo, in thc Weal End. Mi- Nettie David and Mr-. Dr. !'. ^ Ina!. are s isiting in lUehmond am! Manchester. Well, sve haven't been to sea-itle ,,r mountain top as yet, and here ssc are 'fa! and line " Mis* Fannie Wells, |g Hie gue-t of Mi?t- Maud and Della Carter, near Darlington Height-. Mr. K. A. Kite, of Philadelphia, is vis. Bing his father, Mr. P. H.C. Rice, and his friends in Farmville. Mi- Kli/abeih Ycnable, of Jackson ville, Florida, is visiting the family of Mr. Henry W. Kdniotuls. Prof. J. H. c. Winston. Master Bev? erley Win-ton, and Mi-. I A. Wood son, who attended the Pan American Exposition, have returned. Mis- Vivian Wright, Who has lieen spending thc Bummer in the country hollie of Mr Whittaker, ncir Amelia Courthouse, returned Saturday. Mi? Sallie K. Johnson and Miss Bolah Ulenn, of Rtehmood, Va., were in town -hopping this weer;. MiSBMattieK, Amos has gone |,i take charge of her school at Roanoke, the session lasts nine months, In-gin? ning Sept Hill. Mr-, p. o Man-on. of Lynchburg, who lui- been spending the slummer svith lier sister, Mr-. Elton Berkeley, returned home on last Tueeday. Mi-- Dearborn, of nTetooncounty, Ls the gm-t of Mi-s Sallie Stokes, at the beautiful country home of her parents, Mr and Mr- W D. VI. Stokes. Mi-s.Nelia Kogli-ton, after a vaca? tion of several weeks, spenl pleasantly at her old home, HampdcnSidney, returned yesterday to Haltitnore. Major Stanley Martin, of Danville, Who -iiicecdcd Major J. H. Martin as Major of the Bid battalion, 70tfa Ya. regiment, ssas in tosvn Thursday. The nesv moon is said to Ire a dry moon. We ssill tell you later. If lt i rain for a week don't say it has been a long, long time between rain-. Mrs. H. F. Allen svith her children, Mis-Carrie, Masters Fdw-ani,Benjamin and Clarence, Who have been visiting Mr*. Wade, returned to their linnie, in Norfolk, Thursday. Mrs Walker Blanton, of Cumber? land, WM in tosvn, Monday. She gives Hie cheering information that the peo? ple of her neighborhood are preparing lo make exhibits at mir Fair. The excur-ion Monday sva* nol lil,, ?nilly patronized. Labor Dav was mt generally observed by mir people, mly the banka and po-tdlice taking ld vantage of the closing privilege. Mr. S. J. Koherlson, of Prince Kd .vard county, has an old violin, made n 1742, hy Anthony Stradivaius, which - one hundred and fifty-nine years old lt will lie on exhibition at our Fair. Thc contract for putting down the granolithic pavement between Rich tnl-on'- s(,,re and Harrow's market imise, has lieen awarded Mr. K. ll. hick, who had thc making of mir na,?adam road between here and lanipdeii-Sidncy. Mr. Walker Scott, the courteous, -bilging and ellident book-keeper at lie Planters Hank, WHO has been en oying a much needed rest In the good ,1,1 county of Mecklenburg, will return ,, his duties tonight. Mr. J. H. RnaasJI, who fur several ? ii- ba- been the ticket seller for the Norfolk .v. Western railway here, has tccepted a position with a railroad ?oinpauy at Columbus, ohio. Mr. Il left Saturday for his new home Mr. W. H. Kidianl-in'- faithful amity mare received serious wounds A t'dne-ilay night from Hie barbed ,i nc around her pasture 'I'lie injury raj attended to -dcntilically by Mr. \. A. Cox, and at la-t accounts tlie an? nuli wa- doing svell. The speech delivered hy Kev. Dr. Mcilwaine batters the Constitutional 'onveiitnui la-t Saturday, sva.* brief? i occupied not more than fifty or sixty nu- in the (illida! record of the pro ?ceilings -but it sva- to thc point and . effective a- if it had occupied ive or -ix columns. Dr. Mcilwaine is ni exceedingly -tronginan, and hi- in BueOOS for good will, we think, ht felt in the Convention. Richmond Nm -. Thc Hes s. H. riioiiip-on, paStOff of the Kapti-t ?burch at Farmville, is in the city today. He was sent by the Ap|>omat to\ Association to pre-cut a document to thc Constitutional Convention ad? vocating the "Majority signature" niea-ure mi the HqUOC license amt Be Will also be IO Kiehnmnd mi Sep tt niber IT, si len the temi-erance rally will !>e held, ami will bl mic of Hie iles togo before the Convention at that time. lanni Mle lleiuis ratit Primal s. Pursuant to a call wIveiH-ed b Chainnan Dr. vv. K Anderson, th Deinoc a ic primary ssa- teld lasl Tue. Amy ttik'iii. in the ('ourUiouse. Navet hi- :i more spirited m.. inn I Irceil held bs the Democrats, the I ii rs! I contest being for Instrocttona for t 'nun tv Chairman and candidate for Hu Hon-,- of Delegates For Chalrmai two mimes were tiefore the primary Capt H. M Burton and Mayor W. T Blanton. There were also twa riama presented for tbeHoUBBOf DelcL'ate Ttey were Hon.J.J OwenandCapl Jim K. .Morton The courthoii-e si a- tilled to its ,| ?,r with party men frmn -all over the di*. Hid ami never did eiitl,u-ia-u. a higher teti-ioi, - were made hy Judge Watkins m advocacy of Mr. Owen, and by Major Venable f"r Cap lain Morton and Mayor Blanton. A ballot was token Ural as to tte House candidates, which resulted iii Mr. Owi ri receiving M and Captain Morton M votes. The ballot WM next -pn-ad mi in strudioiis for County Chairman and Captain Kurten received ST and Mr. Blanton 88 i Delegate- were appointed and in? structed to vote in the County < 'mi sen - timi in accordance ssiih the al,., suits. The delegate- are Dr. Winston, W. T. Blanton, J. W. Overton anti C. K. Cunningham The District Committee ssa- elected as follows: Dr. W. K Anderson, K. J. Verser, J. F. Walton, J. Y. Kice and F K Hundley. Mr. Olsen's nomination fol the House of Delegates is now a? med. In fact, since the withdrawal of <'aptain John K. Morton, announcement of vs Ililli is printed elsewhere iu the Hi.it ai.u, there is no opponent to Mr. (Iwen. Tte primary Tuesday night demon strated the fact that oratory has not lied frmn the land. Ihe Dominating speedie- of Judge- Floiiiiioy and Wat kin- were of a high order of excellence, while Major Yenahle, ss ho alway- be? gins by saying that he is no-peaker, invariably make- a strong presentation of his cause .lutiL'c Ptournoy'a tribute to tte old ('mifederate sol,Her glossed ss ith the lite of the charge, and ssi.11Iii see the Baatea leaping from the eye-of Coin, rades Miller and Paulett sshile it ssa being delivered. lt ami T.iiin.igc who aald, " Next to the luxury of making a good apeech is that of lisleniiiL' to ott The Fair A ira in. Thc punt?ion i- moving and the show will open mi tune- the "greatest mi earth," to be technically correct. The advertising committee baa been particularly active of late, and every nook and corner of Hu* section i- be? ing Invaded with attractive display matter, [nquiries tor space for exhib? ition gooda, svarea and iMrchandiae and for entertaining thc crowd arc be? ing daily received. Tte cooria of adjoining <? untie- are being visited regularly and ss ide ann ad internal La being awakened in what promises to be the best of Farmville Fairs. Attorney-! iencral Montague ssill be svith us on UM lirst day of tte md will make the opening sd jress. The marriage will tak- place iii tune, though the courting may yet have to be done. Major Martin has thc tournament in hand and that mean- DO Bttcfa ss,,ni BS rail. Meean. Yenahle and Jackson an irranging for the races ami they svill nit tolerate any but the Itcst. More han one farmer has already cut pre ilium tobacco, ami more than OM i ?ra/y ipii)t has been linished .'or first | alace. ; One of Um lee-ding bands of tte State . rvill furnish the music, ami thc Opera House ssill bl the -celie of nightly and Host attractive entertainments. We feel sorry for the fellow WOO | teen*, already caught some ,,f the en hu-ia-m which the promise nf a BUC* ?e?fill exhibition assakens, and to ill sin b sst-say kindly but earni-tly, ? .nike up ! A. lt. Armstrong a ( undulate. A arri tor aaya: The people In the low ?r district of Cumberland 010 very hap? ly over the announcement of Mr. A. I? Armstrong as a candidate for the i,,u-eof delegates, and ssill give him heir undivided support (or the place if honor lie sojustly dasi Circuit Court. The circuit court for tile fall tenn sagan .Monday, with his Hotter, Judge Hundley, 00 the bench. Several Importna! eases were given :he jury and concluded, and late se ertlay afternoon the BaSS of Hatcher IB, Huck, was being tried. Tln -uit for laVBOII brought by a negro hand iv hom Mr. K. <i. Huck bad employed n blasting rock for the macadam road. Hatcher received very serious injury of he right hand bf the premium plosion of dynamite. The cast- had ?mt been concluded at the hour of 'oing to press. in tte casa of the Planters Hank of Karmville vs. Gen, Knbanl-oii, tin ury found for the defendant. In the suit of W. H. Burger VB, Wa-h. Hell, the jury found for the psalntiaT. 1 his was for a -mall strip of and running from the Siuthern Ikiiiii iry of Burger's farm, up PB the DOUM if Bell, which is situated BU tile public road, mic mile South of Farms ille. A < orrection. r ll-rild:-I did Mr. 1 - Bucker unintentional wrong in la-t - Hkkai.u iu intimating that hi* vines v. : of foot as to carry his BBSJOOS into adjoining c,untie-. I caught four of them mi this side af the river since then and they were loo big to te twited anywhere axeapl by Bueh notaeaaa Mr. Backet drives, and were of Hie lim-! type On nu: Go. ' .i|.t;iin Moitun Wi I lui i a ss*. /'?/ mi. I',,, mdt and Supportt rs. Having been -elicited by CitlSSUS ll different acct Inna of tte county to an in.tillie mv-eir a- a . al.. I n ln'e for Ul House of Delegates, I very el did -o, a- my opponent hail been in the lield (,?? BOOM lune I expected then b in;,'ht. a canvass bm base bOOO sick for BSVeral sseek- and am noss too unwell to go oui ami do any work. In justice to iny-elf ami friend* I it beal to withdraw from the lidd under these circunistai' ? thank my friends and al! who have lusen nie their support. John R Momob. Millbank, Va 8 , 101. I Ile \\ niall, nu Prim,in. WoRSH sm, Ya., Aug. Bl, 1901, At :i rneeilug of the Democi i Worsbam I)i*lrict, this day held, lo elect Delegates tu the Oouoty Conven timi to be held in Farmville on the PJth of September, to nominate a candidate for Hie legislature, the fol'owiog tide were elected: W. A MoCmWi J H. Carland and C. H. Katison. Before the election of the doh took place the following resolution ssa* unanimously adopted: "We, the Democrats of Woi-hani Dis'rict, in meeting assembled, il" hereby pledge ourselves to support the nominee of Hie County Convention to be held in Parmville mi the PJth d' September." Iv I. Di itv , Chairman. I ll. lilt KINsoN, Sec'y. leiden l.icls. ld.i ion Y.s., Sept Uh, 1001, Mrs. S. J. Allen wa- called away suddenly mi last Saturday to the bad aide of her daughter, Mrs. K. |). Cal? houn, of Beiapringa, who is ni with typhoid fever. Miss Bessie Calhoun left last suck for lier home in Pulaski county. Mi-s Sallie Allen, of Tredsvay, left Sunday, aller spending two weeks with her cousin, Miss Alc.se Allen. Mrs. Johnnie Heigh and family, of Norfolk, returned last week after an extended sisit p, her Blotter, Mm, M.utba Allen Ah' Bennie, the girls arealready a/earing king hs Mr. Spencer Boya! apenl several dav- lae! sseek ssith bi* COUSlO, Mr. Compton DI Miss Annie C. Allen, of Tredway, i* visiting Mis, |-; Maude Allen thia sveek. Mi-s Ruby Benson spent last week at Meherriii ssiih Mr*. Capps,attend? ing Bervicea at the Baptlal cbareb there. A large number of mir young |K',,ple expect to attend the picnic at Douglas ti. \ I Kinlay evening. Kev. j. vv. Tyler returned to bia charge al Louisville, Ky., tesl Finlay, after quite au extended visit to bis mother in lass. Mrs. Bailie Btokaa. The "George Hudson Mission Band" will meei ai Kanes Saturday night. Ali arc cordially invited to attend, Kev. Dr. Munal pie ched a line -cimon Bl Kan.- Chapel last Sunday evening. His text ssa-, James 1:12, ?d i- the man that endureth temptation: for when in- j- tried be shill! receive the cross n of life." Zero Hie Fanni ille lair. ilUciuiitiiiit lin. Weare told that the Fiirinville Pair Association i~ working hard to in-ure i Bucoaaa in it- exposition next 'all than ever before achieved. County fair-tl,, a great deal of good md would do a great deal more ginni f the people took a more lively Inter ?st in them. It tea good thing for the opie of any county to gather lo? rette! every sear and display their induct-and-wnp ideas and cultivate he spirit of sociability. In this ssay a -onerous rivalry springs up between ?itl/.cns and then la an additional stim ilus to every farmer svhen he feels that ie l- grossing something to boexbibi* ed at the annual fair and to be mi? ni nd by bi* neighbor*. Tlu-e gather in.'- also have a tendency to develop md cultivate public spirit, and the mater the public spirit in any SOBS nunity, tte greater ssill bethe proa ?erity. Tin- Farmville Fair is a well edah bibed Institution, and sn- hope that the [?'air this year will Ik- Hie best ami nu.-t 'iithusiastic ami most enjoyable that te people of the progressive county of I'rince Kdward have ever given. fanni ille Houses pur Sale. Wc have fur -ale two small dwelling -.one brick, the other frame, in he town of Farmville, at reasonable Fa km v ii.i.K Fsnsf Am wt v. Prompt Pai mint. I-'akmvii.i.k, Va , Aug. J7th, 'ul. Mr. ll. ll Ih rb I'll, Fur "ir dh , Ya.: Io-'au BIB*?-1 teg to thank ynu for the promptness with winch you base banded me check of your company in rilli payment of the policy OB the life ,f my bile husband: lt ssa* at ymir solicitation Heit he applied fur tte pol? icy in February la-t, and of COUrSS bul rue premium bad been paid, and yet |uat so soon aa proof of death rea ihe linnie ollice the check, payable to BOl throned you. Such ibould greatly promote tte bu .me? of SUCh a company as you repre rent Very rMpectfully, Mr*. Miami! h. [aron. A Model Karin. If you svant a model farm we have roe toonil you lt is located in the Bounty of Cumberland, Wewin take In showing it lo you. Fa km vi i.in Fakm A Summer Heat for bowel complaint-. QieOO app es nnd cm tmiircrs produce them aud Pkkkv Davis' Kain Ku.i.kk Hiern. To the troubled stomach it alni. Hie wind is a. i. ami the trout. ? Every -t iii the land keep- Pain-Killer, o one should I-e without it in his family. Avoid substitutes, there la bul mic Pam-Killer, Kerry Dasi-' Price i Sus. HAVE YOI IB PRINTING rs INK Al" 1HKHKKALD OH OFFICF. FABMV1LLE. Commanding Attention. and talk to us about the next I.kli in ?-bringing printed Hiing V lill!. .?? rmi ways loll Non cu, attract lt, draa ll, p'ead dr ll. a-k I in-l-l on lt. ami c. lii mind it Which would voil ' . do unh \ I :m noiincenit ni .' SS ho tu a k e - thing- to Bell, rn ss In thing- fol I. Hung to -ay to the public The ssas that smi Bay it ia is importaol at least bj what you say. Wi, I lin sias Voil -as ll I oil!-. Printing that cannot be tumid down, mi-laid, side? tracked OT over-lookiil i- the kimi sse do, lt l- di-tingtii-hctl print" ing?printing that not only nias, but ss Indi Illll-I lc printing ss h I.- h di i -ii t -mipls a-k. but which demands ain! I 0B> maid- attention An- m.! Hu -< di, (eristics ymi nant in your printing? Then come la t. folder, circulai or ottei busl Herald Job Office, # PARMVILLE, VA \ (ard From Mr. Morton. Mu.i,hank, Ya., Sept. 2nd, 1901 Editor Hi mid: I noticed in your Issi Issues can! fruin some voter mak? ing Inquiiy >** to bow tbe tanti, for legislature stooti in regard to g lor Martin. I have bean -uk BVSI ?ince I announced mysell mcandidate, iud so base not malle any 0% \l.v viesv-base been vetj pronounced ii regard to Mi. Martin. I has ? wayo opposed him and his methods, Mher matters ] would like to BXpiesa ny s icu s ,,n bm it |g t,?, late noss in bc canvass. John K. Mokiiin ann Near laVaaadefl-SidBej Per Sale. We have a gootl farm of SOCae Po nie-, in sight of Hainpilcu Sidney, Vbicb ssc can -eil cheap. (,.1 dwell. ng, barns, -table, .Vc F.skmvu.i.i Pa KB A'.i \, s . HncUiiiirliani News Badget. SlIKI'ISKI'-. V A , Sept. I, 1901, Editor lb ndd: nar?. Ml Hedinger, lynodioai Kvangcii-t. preached three ay* la-! neck at Nesv Store church. te attendance waa good, aad I ls rn hal arrangement* ?ef0 made for cti Bging a regular pa-tor. Kev. N. H. K'beitsoii preadietl at .myrna la-t Saturday and But Our young men continue to go aw as lr. Qregg Kican, tte handsome son of Ir. Cleveland Klcan, left la*t Satur ay to make hi* In,m. al Charlottes ille, Ya, and Mr W. Q. Ctute will -ooii to engage lu burineaa lo lynchburg. We hate to BSS our young men go way, but they -.-em to pio-pei, and it mk* selfish to want them lo -ta.s hen li the beCkWOOda, when lhere are SO nany inviting BBBnlngS fol them in uainess welsetere. Asanevidenoa ol he success of our Buckingham boya, l nclose you a clipping from tte Aim n an Elevator and (.rain Trade, giving -ketch and portrait of Mr. P. ll I - an, one- a CttlaSU nf Sheppards, and u -event trespondenl of our most interesting paper. There are many others of our Buck* ngham boya who have achieved a very irs of stsCcsaa in varioua Barta of the Clllli The problems we want lo soi H>W to keep them here, and at lin? aine time give thcina chance tortes ,* they do el-csslc A ll a nra in. We can tell sou a good farm i I .cns of land, with fair dwelling, barn ind -tade. within 6 miles of Hampden* udney, for ?7m. One-third ince i ami 2 yeai-. Interest on deferred ? av meiit*. Kau si vi i ni lt will cost alin,,-t a- little t' ?our ( 'lot III- made !? i lin a-.BS to buy bein ready lo WOOS, BBS VV ai.amaki I v Bros ii - - uni H. I ' I .inn iu ( ii in Inri aii<l. A very iie*irable farm of abo ll Sith elegant dwelling boUSS and ulterior outbuilding-, in lbs coUl timberland, for sale Pi aary tarma The building- are ss,,nh te money. Fine orchard*, abundant ratei supply. Farmville Kai in Agency QQN T TOBACCO SPIT and SMOKE Your Lifeawayt foti can be cured of any tor using asily. be made well, strong, mag lew life and vigor by taking HO-TO-B AC, hat rn ikea weak men itt en pounds in ten dayl, (err SOO,OOO ?urea. All druggists. Cure guano. et and advice FKBH. Address -TI . IKMKEY CO., Chicago or New York. 4J7 S iasall tarin Im s.ih . We have for-ile a -mall farm of 40 i sith good dwelling, stable and mm, in tte county of Cumbei Vbicb weean sell for KOO, Ons third ?adi, balance 1, % and I sea; - ui deferred payments. Farmville Farm AsjOUCy, HKKALliand World only $ KW. Coal I Coal I Noss i- the lune lo buy your ss intel Mal at Bummer prat-. Htapite tte ad? are aili -eil Virginia City, Ban* ncr, Thacker Splint, and Pocahontas, all first grads, al : - 00 pei ton, w a liing Alina I.iuii| ;i g.I cal) at tl 50. All aixea of Anthracite Coal ii leam!. a* before l,u\ in-, vie ll ill ii . i t - ?! corni etil BARROW ( n.vi. < 0 Sample- of pgji ami Winni Clothes tn n ad| f.,i inspection. Thej are beautiful, 111) ( 'obh ft Co" Ulled thc Heal lanns in pi inn I ilnnial. We base I ! mus iii Prince Kdward ol aboul ami . ? im d dwelllog bouse, ala barn-, stable, tenant boun iii, bani, shun duilt III d | aVI ll tell. I lich low landa Prii i : 1,4100. i.ie-fouiib cash, balance I, Intereel on deterred pay Bients, I- sksii ii i i Farm Adi ni s. Tte best !?"! linne Hurtman, foi i IV.T. D ,tmr**mU\ CANDV CATHARTIC - '*? ^^Ml*^* lie. iota '** liBlllH Vial"*"" [innraiU. Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never sold In hulk. Beware of the dealer who tries to sell "something just as good." V . .lin.lille I .11. **.ll. . We "ih i i"i bb ? rsa "t ran aliiibic land, svitliiii t .s i mi.I Hampden-Bidney, siithy.,,,,,1 inapt mellis, windi nc can-eil ..i reaaoustile figure- and on ea-;, lertns, Apply to ney All \|i|n,ll!.l!|.,\ Ititi I I ,Hill. We have tor sale an Appomattox user faun. SO BCIM of bottom land-, 189 :ill told, j mile- ol Pal ni', lilla dwelllog ss Indi a ll al loss I' sum sn ii F susi Ali Bl v. Wall Paper III i lets, both iu price- and -ts lea of print, i Ciitllin - I !? un < i. !- < 'I i. iii.i vv inn li Iks please dob beau In mind Cridlin'a phone i- sixty-nine. [fyOUl feet are leiidi i Irs a pan ot , wearing Pit mn..' .'?- i lark, Agi Bte, BS cl Furniture He plea- - In pi A maiiuf.icturing plant ni I um villi- for BBle, lp| ni Ille Perm Agency. i. Carts are "all tlc il III p Ili? lli!! -isle i s Dyspepsia Remedy. Thats All, Except it Cures Dyspepsia.