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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
IB FOB THE PAST, HELP FOR THE PRESENT, HOPE FOR THE FUTUBX. VOL XIII. . FARMVILLE, VA.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER >. 1902. NO. 9. CITY DIRECTORY. ? Wicket l I .'ral lr unit M "Tis and * anil W. ii I', 1'iIIih.iii I \ I.I ! i.in.!., ri hihI hiiiI N. ? - VV r . .lt, .Ir. I' ll. C. Klee. . - M . - Hart. ^?M J GILLS. M. D. Mu l N ' ornct oven rmsT national bank ? ? i p. m. 1 ir R M BIDGOOD, DENTIST. "" CHAPPELL. LaikJ-d.r i Mcilwaine. ? VI I wv, - - Viaa -Office iu arch.) ll- C FRANKLIN rORNEY-AT-LAW, rvMri in CITY, va. ? ,.nrl ol R H. WATKINS. WATKINS*; WATKINS, -AHORNEYSATLAW, Kiln ard. Cn tn i Ame itllOllil. bank S-; P. VANDERSLICE, Ai tl' LAW. i IRMVllXK, " ATTORNEY AT LAW, Green Bay, Prince Edward County, Va. tte and Federal. ( - H BLISS, il. AUCTIONEER, KA HM VU l.i .ind adjoining ^HITE 4. CO., DRUGS, Medicines and Druggists' Sundries, 1 IKMVU.I.H, VA. nam if yawiu ? vt I-f' 'A B WILL GIVE IT TO YOI Pl direct fr.>ni the Bean, Pare ground ipleaa. H.). i Kl ll, Uni^i-I. When in Need :. bracing DRINK, . . . Call for Old Henry Whiskey. Always the same. Mild, Mellow and Pure. : by HUGH O'GARA, I- A KM VI I.I. K, Va. NOTICE! ....uni, don't (all to -( k FRANCIONFS PLA* t<^" ., -1 i I..1IH-1II ll, i CI i|../in. S90 - ? Half-fr, sta Hain a, BBBtB, - .ii. ?05, 907 E. Broad St, .. I; in (lie (itv Hall, Itu liiiiniid. Va. Z\)t I M 5?Brtm Jatfjcrt loaf A Thanksgiving Story Bj- MANDA I*. CROCKER Bs wi SCI l I on the ix I'uttitift doa ? tilted the window-shade a little that aristocratic : M . U All this snd more he drut devil's tattoo lie l*-at on t he gaze-1 vacillating SO tween throwing him HE DRUMMED THE DEVIL'S TATTOO. snd ace- ; I lld be he or not In ', nere. | ? i bsppr future. J . . ? .e." to decii.. : laking '. i tire, would hug I ind smile disdainful.] ,. her silks aa )f the road, iv lash his contempt erei urow red un:. tum. .? of them would bc not; and even near - . I would elevate her foreign brows I io a lofty aside: "Lord! and is I ?ar coining hers to dintiei I" ii.-((mid lantl] Bet rp. IV H. Daffy, nf Ashley, IM . tilla! ii two ure and it lins Biped nie moil' limn imy otln-r uk dicine. tried immy ndvt r) - ..ne (if thees. | ? ! BM), lit foi I was in such a shape nld hardly ral u|> wh< I (ivan." Sn1.1 By il. 0. ('ni!'-. ., Fdley's Honey snd Tar for cougal and lld*, reliable, tried sud leste.l Sold by II. 0, Crme. I "...iit-oven" ai . |0 in the "rye and injun," ? : own loaves ll kia and inime- and good a "Pilgrim Fstber's loaf," le be. ? ita Hush (in i ni it could not be l . ? - iron Li; ? ? ? holiday ? hut the ? '? I"al. "Alni yoi : iway au armful of pi. the anil- ; .ld up a dils; - ., its cont im.-. luinting hard at the i ' i've a . shine, li. ibi - ta' it's, i?h to dine ofl As she titted the paper to the tin her i uaw only "a d on the otln | I ? ? an' injin tara ap ' ? thing on nutes she (razed. The hor ? . . wu l.ti-y clcntiing ktttie* . healing the uiiu-ual mihi I noticing t ! of her ? ? ' I ng along the passage? way. "Close the door behind you, * \ii\inii- Mollien)-. I, f the BIOS) anxious BOOI mother's life nie .boee whee thc little IMMC of thc household lune the croup. tn. oiiif i ni.'ilii inc so effeettrc in n's Honey and Tar. li li !i boaeeaokl faTorlta for . 11 on hies, and as il con- i be Briely ft"***- Bold by H. C. Crate. " Beary ht. Bagara, Um standard oil iiiillionaire, lias erected and BCjBlpped .nevi t niiiiiiiin (.'liiireh si Fair Hie . ii ix s memorial to lu.- motlier. snd shove th* boil. ? ? - - "An' bai ? ' Sill: ric KED LP A I DMil D PAPEK ' ? 1 - ? and th. *.nrils deli ti-: i "That's a devil of a I i looking straight st Ni of the . "I'm tihure it's ali I . 1 ... i Oil tilt . y ? Mr. K cottage, showing it. 1 noe." ? for them and herself as well. girl. "Harley's lettei ? "An' i The ii ? giving .: - it wu I.(Ililli lill s WISH I I I I ll I ? ll la nice, ram coat like that I 1)14 Illa neat. ? er at a downtown restaurant. . ur order, ..i les, "so i meat." ? leg.!" yelled the waiter.?Chicago "ribune. "Last winter an infant child of mine! ad i ump in a vi.'lint form oho W f Kinley. Mo, ' and in slim! time i., Bd the liil.l recover..) " This n I ? np. hut wini! L-ii i ii a* * -.. V contain- ti'i opium armful substance iind mihi onad ea tty to a baby as to an adu I lt take- tueautrtia to -I , hat fools we are but ye-terday. Dolly's Thanksgiving ?By WILLIAM ROSSES COBBC. T iii: B Ila ill the air ? t i ihe year . t of the alni that t: ? , ng and .*' fath '. - ? mg. *, waas ? was an only child and, if the ? - ? ? rt to In.- thank 1 i' ? SEIZED DOLLY IN HIS ARMS. I e care this I ? ? ? 1 - bal aid not ? .ark as thc ti . ? ba alone in lier en abe ld wa* diath. .r esr. r, and . j in hi. arti. 11 how he had i ? the gladness i a hit, i 1 ad lost you :' I- grateful at I CSa",M for Joy. i to be a says we oogbt to be - ie is married at last.? V VV uni nf \\ arning. : kind lu! firm lcd the approach of Thanks 1 n mind that I in the ark, and that i :or the lim- Minute OBBfft (ure i the or li cure that ves quick relief. Cures Coughs, Colds, ? neu'mnnhi. Asthma. LaC'rippc and all ? lertradc E I . .1.1 and cough. 1 failed rsptdh M I (Inc bottle I sm ?M. ll-i Ili? lli at once' draws out lo? ll p. An ideal re? in.?Anderson Drug Co. A Thanksgiving Surprise ly ELISA AIMSTIONO oHOOUOB. HI 0 O T7 17 Al) you a pleasant Thai I ni* year?" queried the little ii blue. "Mi. j, ws .'.i 'n't?that is, 1 1.1 aot, though my husband laugh, every tune he he, at least, I n are that way; thev will laugh at an ur cook go out of one door as the tur? key came in by ano: i hut her grand nd cousin's wife died?it i? strange what mortality there is in her fain COULD COOK DINNER LATER. dy at holiday time*. Sb* said the funeral ..t noon on Thanksgiving day, and tl 1 wanted her to she could be at home ,. I,oner for me 15 minutes later. As her grandmother'* second cousin lives ten miles away, however, I considered that :nl." ? made s virtue of n. Oh, well, you can st least remind her of it the next time that you have company." . if she happens to be with me that taybev, it did not seem to matter . because each Thanksgiving day since our marriage we have dined with my I'l sister. We originally arranged that we were to entertain each other on al Thanksgivings, and I have always made it a point to say each time as we sat limn to dinner, 'Now, you must all dine with me next Thanksgiving day. I will take al.' Oh, I am alwayi very careful p an agreement." md did they-" . er?no. You se* I am so forgetful that when Anna would say in a son tating sort of s way, as Thanksgiving day drew nrar: 'Well, are you and John and the children coming over as usual on Thursday?' 1 would just hasten to reassure the g on that point. Hut I never failed to give them all a cordial invitation for the next 1 see." Well, this year I did not happen to see Anna, but I knew it would be all right, especially as I had shown myself so each year. So when John began to talk of Thanksgiving I told him that Anna would be hurt if *re failed to come. She does her own work, yon know, and has (ML TT s-rms to me that tacit Ccrre th* flory and the When th* frost r. And th* eomblades on th* h For the whele land smilesi And the Nation, chantlnf pi And an aur-ole of beaut/ cr A. sh* looks to treater eioi fHROUGH th* sunlit peaceful vtllsys to th* se v Sing Inf In Ih* tinted woodlands, ski rt Bearinr ever. ev*r onward unto nations far away The story and th* flory ol our osm Thanksflvlnf 1 How we meet beneath th* steeples, h ;w we Kathe Telling to our children's children th* story never c How th* harvest n?v?r Isiled us sine* our fathers i Ar.d th* first Thankifivlnf anthem ros* beneath t *f?WAS lour aro. but ever ** The bells rejoice af sin I Th* orchards yield their Ire: Ard every heart beneath eui Lo t Ceres, ere* There's muster ?? I For far and wide an* rtrajtsc ."HE quail his mst* ls calline where the *" The brooklet freets th* sunshine In Ihe fa.r Tl And the hoary-hcaded frandstre takes his sclcn on As he tells the precious story of tha f ifht for L.beri Hew wa marched to fame and rrsndeur 'neafh Jehc ?ed Honor's battie-flaf fore'er sfair.st the - coy's fae* glows with cl He feels and knows th* meaning of th* 1.. COD of our fathers, keep u " And may BB I Send the seedt - - And th* comiands know theil W* rise to greater flory ss ? And .11 th* world enraptured Which pal* before th* bright Tl ind th* music of th* soft ls rehearsed that glorious story which : ? As he looks sdown the v! st as of th* ever I - -j with th* bloom of hop* a Nation's fallen I hear a scrg of sweetness In th* mighty fields of cc On the tamers of our Nation beams th* fair Thank* And I hear the glad bells fln-fni from th* rr?****?**aiil " Baas th* Sender of th*H.rvsstst H* hath kepi 7 haiiilM-rliiiiis" Stomach und Uni l.i'. lets, rv them 1 dull after eating. When you have no appetite. Whee you have a had taste in the mouth. n Winn ) When your bowel* are constipated, g When roe have a headache. a When you feel billinue. They 'will improve your appetite, eanse snd invigorate your stomach snd igulstc your liver and bowels. For ? ne bf The \N in-tm. Drag Co. a Herald and World only 11.60. no cook to go of! an ' ? had brought home a hue turkey. I ?could Iceep in: ? '.), we starte-i order that Anna might be ; ? tarted to p:* ? ally went?" iid. John snd I have l?een mairied 14 year* I say the Hist time I sat as you remember, wa* cold and windy, and we were chilled through with our 1 and the children were r-uite fretful when we arrived t | tire, a warn and a ? e like a bit out of a s I; not s soul st home! I I always did hate al I wanted I we would go home, and he *. ?it we had driven a my breath." giving lum a cold dinner." was what I i beiiev* it, it we found Anna, with and all those children?only I ourselves?all waiting for us ? She said that my invite-ion giving day had be?n such a pressing one that she could not find it in her I - I actually had ? i gat up a big dinner for hi family as well as bi> hear of such ar. in your life?" Tbankagiviaa Worries, i ly cap snd apror. i With brow all puckartd In a frown. With cook-books scar (Tl.at k.Kliir.g goodies lb* My HUI* wife, perplexed, cn Do stop your work I Now, would you bast* the I With white thread or with bi ?Abigail Stuart, In Brooklyn Life. -1 A Sein.b. lotti Aunt Emmie?Why, Allie, don't you BBC your ic* cream? Little Allie (gaspingly)?Yes, at:- I the turkey won't make any room.- 1' Life. Where They IHBer. Though every dug may have * Tte turkey, what with hash ard slew lal up three or four. - J11- s c ni invi- iMitn* i imi ir. "W: i utstraw has become ?o generous of late?" raMsms? to us from some Immortal clim* i fladness of th* dear Thanks. the leaflet* In th* rabbit-hae iilsides don their tapestry of fold; ts mountains to the sea. i traleful knee, owns Columbia's snowy brow yin. hundred years from now. lour riv*rsflow, italna capped with snow, ">ay r in the sold, Id. rude us f re*, h* hoary tree. y year tha story seemeth new, ?' 'ember's srch f isures as th* harvest fare Its train, -: with Joy again; as abor* th* festal board, : s largesses are pour' J; lia sids ard In th* Autumn de.is. - *eet Thanksflvl ? - -om, hiskne* r ivah'swv sky. sands kr.* - ksgiving Day. M. ?v cl Thy hand, -?dom's land: tarves!, may th* wheatlands never fall, treasure as th* ocean knows Its gal*; it onward march to fame. thanks The* for Columbia's nam*: weis of Cathay jttu ol Our own Thanksgiving Day. ol freedom tells. ara, tears: giving morn; I to th* sea: us ever free t" . C HABBAUCH. ir to Talc V on Tlia< famous love ll.. I ow? learning the liver. Their t 'he gland*, return of thc disorder.?An-' Three BBB1DBI "The Herns! City" in the Knglisli pp.. laud Jeffries ami Wil-oii Uarr t the bead of oue. gflBB., *ll? . rdcred -ininach ..I than r takea. For isle : Jcesap, of Ilr.s.lalyn, has l**en in -nt lu Hie work of curr. OB. Jilin;.. ! . .; .1 lu. I". .!? Bf Mr. I. N Powell 1 nike linnie of len ? .nirely ..- half 1' .ni Hal in I ilnutec i:el and rm - experteai u as weer! i , absolutely bo die* li i a . koowa Va. Palo ami heals such I witboul ? 1 the il ttciitment. For sale bj The VI Probably thc oldest ls*rJ*letor la the If, ih- riii. :i:inim gaard, m Parla*, roast ile i i areslel I'iie* Breer !<? W.n*. i. had . :. 1 Lilli ? i. I. tier, salt -lain disease. for thc all ollie; feils.?Anderson Dru I -killed art -I. 1 Ht Hollie. I unthill! ; 1- imt ivh. n von think lim. rt- nm to pur t univ really known ? ilcloe in lin- woti.. , tiiatinciit . 1 .; i I'i.i. . iputartty nil ? 'ul we - ? li-rtniiii ? i.linsry i i- difflt all ? lucid ibis year. A' All druggists. i u' iinati doesn't know, but n- I ber i arr. f'lii-iu.iii- l'i.?. riiM- lt. i pre* they , tide a ... ai ? t-rally the one in which Uni. BIB l." II anti il. uid Uko to ask, tin . ? ? Bar* ion who a I lower i..r iii.- c -;.i-p*i \ and Lin taeti results, . lrriiiciit.'ition of rrroaa dys* ? t, any trouble 'Ibis l I'm many y. . and we wish to I nilli you nml semi you i in rcrtried - tail m.'. if - lim Batter ?villi you. Thi Hagalu - enta. 0, 0. Ob ny, rf. J. Alice?Clmli;. -h. n -illy |lll-ti..l!-. Amy?Why,. Sea ked bm tn narry him ? 1 a* always atop* ? I . . rowdj* r York in t-aa f..unii Viek of . .?.-i.iiin.: Ilium r. .lilllie ?| tin BM bi ?rodin in;- a swelling urn. lo . i I finally : - i ll . ? mounding*., ' 'ii. I I wi?h i kidney Audi. ?' '1 t bu in i lay. ' I I. lt .Iv. I li ll elter, ii. f 1ft Bl lld lin | . .1 liiny v .'irss.e John I A l'oli.cii .ni. J. N i in of I had a east a Heines ? ; ) - H'-ii.-y and Tar and : and luii ana lung bj II. C. by Hirhard Hard? in bi dramati/.ed by ruukliii i