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Sale ai a Sacrifice ise Bros. Piano. ? 0. pric- soho r tja * K 1 rs t-C 1 ass price One Double Set Har >t $45. at $35. I, PAULETT Jr. -+++-H BKlr ? I -, ?? 11 by. iii lu- up Mr J. M. a"lil.urg, K \ i .- return* i . ? by. Hie criminal i M VV. i county, Vlr V. | lei! :i ' ?( lll 1 Mr- M I, Mr, I. ll iiniii known wheat dd that ? lui not ea . tot.il Welch, Wami In' nun tudeuts u thi* ighl in ? quite ? li the mathe* VI |as , ? ?I lia,III billilli' Ut ? M..).- Un i nii-li .uni Works al Hu ( ubi. H^H^H^H^H-* Mr uni Harlie*. ? Im Knit. - Apply h. VV li m.i laagherl] ll...ip. i. ilga aMBeeablege ul frteudsand relatives on rueeday loot ai N "fl"' ?-. I in . V|,.- V|.i,i ? uni iii.-, became Un- wife ? i McClaugberty, of Blor ;" ld, V\ V . I ',, ,',-i, ni.,,,1 h '"lineal in the I.ie of Mr ami Mr* kidson, .ui High street, b.v i M. l? nilen, Hm eloquent pa* ia.i ,.f th,- Klrsl Presbyterian ? lunch, . ncliburg The bridal party entered the par? lors from in adj 'illina room In tin- fel? lowing order: Meows ll i; Hooper raburg, 1.Lither of thc bii.le md vu >. Bernard, a.i Bluefield Mlm ? Kicbardaon and Misa McClaugh .itv. the latter a sister i I l bc hmie i- the only daugble i Henry B ii -fa r, uni ow ? ??ii. - most striking ami poa ? Ive in h.-r bridal robes "I wini.- -ilk itleta l in- (wo iiiiuit- were ? 't in while organdies, riiegi i.uno' uml , ' Bluefleld ami well ami favorable kuowu throughout hie Biala Mi uml Mi- Mt i 1 c..-in nv mealy ?I many handsome gifts from the of acquaintance- which ?th have in their respective Bluefleld and Farmville. Tbe [room left on the ii-M I kph -!. . le Inn, Pu i i-ki, from which point they will go i '! I'i CU i i.v theil happ.i honeymoon, Vin ia ni Vi -li i Book. ive Hie following m.i. - liken 'i ni thc vestry book "t "Houtban Pariah," a ( milli Minni niel Powhatan ? .'untie-, lui these extrarl* wi ilel.hil to Mr. H. ll. Jone-, ol New Buckingham coui . vestry held at Peters die t'liurcli thc .'J ul of AUagust, Kl i I'ra? eial William Haiubrlph, ll,mi, , pin, Alex andei iii ni, (leoige Carring? ton, Jami - Bares, Benjamin li i James I ? -bun tel Scott, Nicholas H i?kins, Vi st ry men i lent. "Perauanl lo order in Mai .lum- Lin nmi Alexaodei Trent re* poi t the m.i-i convenient plan ihe uppercliaiiel will be mi "Tear Wal? let Hill, mi the laud of Daniel Cole iVhereupon thc veatry orders tbat the "hull" of a chapel be built tm -aid hill, forty feel long incl twenty fa'ii i feel Han., at tlii- tune embraced liooa-biaiui, Cumberland ami Pow ba? lun. All north of Jamee river e inn I'm bb, ami Mouth of that a Southee Parish. . I waa foi meal from Henrieo mu! < 'iniii., linn.I Hom llooeb land in i~!\ Powhatan (ruin Cumber laud iii 1777. Tradition ha.* handed it down Hint Peterville 'lunch, noa in Powhatan county, was originally called Aili Hi." fioiu Hie fait that Peter il, wiioiiatl been commissioned .; i'i church, when lu? nn hui the palace where Peterville imw -tami-, lie-ml "I hi- viii tba," hence for a number "f years it wa- called "Peter Viii do church." Peter Le afterwards moved t" the county of Prince K>lward, Hie church bonoi to bini, called Peterville. The Lc (iranda Intermarried with abo settled on Angola aieek aud tue Appomattox river, tu did Kli-ha Meredith, who Battled near liaii.. - "lal tavern, at*>ut 1700, air u abort tune afterward-. Si it i* that Hie Hugueuol blood flows In tbe veins of many people of Powhatan, Amelia, Prince Edward and Buckingham, bor ibuni: tlie Appomattox. Itcpulilii .in- Vt Wmk. Onthe24tb. June the State C"iu iiutiee of Hu* Hepiihlican parlv met in l; 'hinom! when- much speecb*maklng .i, n.mmeudationa mada aod 1 pteil fol the future. Am there * a udatlon thal nomi ii.t'ion* be made li every county ami thal work BhOOW imt eiul willi the nominating ol eaodJdatce, but a sm orous light be made to dec! tb Hie Ml ike Mtlll.ti.lll. Corporal Landon I'aulett, of thc Karmville Uuard, cnn ? haime from ,a| mi lue-ilay ami retiiiiic'l Wednesday witta -i\ rea nut*. Promjre ports received from scene of tbe --trike ni- oo prospect of tbe soldiers being withdrawn for a week au more louger. "ni made In the Kn iiiiiimi pap' rs th it tin- backbone >>f tba -luke i- brok* borated by all wlm bave been " , the grooode, and >et fair fear ol sporadic outl fol -onie tune to come the military w ill be ki'|at "ii linty. \. ii mi pi i -ind inhiil. I lu- state B sud "I Education mi i In Hi? Inn.mil a.ii Satilltbiy la-t ale! Mr. J. I? Kgglceton, ol Worabam, Superintendent of Schools ul Prince Hil ward county, to succeed Mr. Tho*. ? I Ile ap|tiiut ? -t"U lolhi- vi pm! mt posit.b eminently Utting, in- having bad wide exporten ? ueational work, and eepeclally in that ? al -ut, ciinti'iulum the public schools i.f \ I iic beglus upon the duties "f bis . a,I,,,- aiul announcement nf lu* examination of applicants foi iHi-itiom*. as teachers will I*' made al an early day. j i.-. lt n J. able prices. Borne Heidi tu pod ? ni air address C. M. Pax-, Hue, Va Planter-* Beak ni l.n nu iii.? lill Dividend. I .anVIM y. Va., June ?", l***"*i lin- Board "i Directors have thia .Inv ab-. ? i' annual dividend ; '. per rent., payable mi ami aller July Int., out of tba business fbi the pa-i -ix .Ht-, flee of nil tax. w. ii. Vknaiu k, Caehhr. IA. ill-inn lo \orr..lk Juli JJuil IMS. ite the N'ltrfolk nmi W I - ern B ulwav Will run a pei . inducted Excursion to Norfolk, leas*. ?nville 11:52 a. ni. rate %*\i , Isl me Do imt miss the opportunity toepend tero de? lightful ilay* at Ibe Bea siu.ii- Cr further Information call on B. Haxter B ute. vv p. BcrHI. J A. Pack, a, i- v lia nrsla i moke, Va Win.i Hllnr Milln im* lian- l.iil.-tl ' ''in-, lt ha? ? .ui everytli . appointed. *?"!?! bj ll G. < roto. Herald aud N t7. World, $1 Ili.il W,il I lum ll. ut lt. / '/?'?? Il- l hu flieli'l to teve fulleii tip.ati evil line- .a I "tin- lines' nave n i" linn "in piiu-ant places," late!) judging fruin lu- communication ii your la-t Isaac lb- rs very poor opinion of our i. "Town Council " Hear lum, " Ph ? uni; lunn though a fool, ssh Visits banns ille DOW doCi ti"! ci i wi ni - thal tyranny and fanaticism nie in the -addle nmi Justit* bul : -h.nl..ii and i nan grave charge ami i- of itself suflicien lo make incii pm-, and consider, hu Un- I- lint all. Il ii to tel ??fa sn , case "f a man a rn gbteen milt -1" u'ei ju-t a itttb "f"ihecritti-r," Which ll life ami health, only to lind a town .-. dis that not even a limn wit wife at DOOM and a doctor's , tiam in lu- pocket, aau Iiml Unit f which be bo longa I- ll ans wot de in- i- disgusted v Wbo can Marni bim' il "in becomes so righteously ? n < i i l' nani thal be pi eeeds to lay on rlgh ami left ana to wonderfully ai fully expound Scriptures, lt ls trw that his exegesis la somewhat frayed and not alway- on straight, but bb earnestness ls to be commended l In point of attack, however, li strangely chosen Why be should *? severely arraign me Prohibitionist i- ? thing hard to understand He Infen ihat notwithstanding their probabb sincerity they teach blasphemy, And adda, "their method la subversive "f. and contrary lo every teaching ol Scripture (hat 1 nm acquainted with." Bul li ol P.. i-very kimi and'" nnd in 1111-* Instance lu- usual benevo? lent spirit ai,*- iu.t forsake bun, es, i, in Un- mil!-; ol hi- riKhti-i.il- wrath IU- sirs generously Instructs these Bgukted and deluded folks, thc I'roliihiti'.iii-t-, hon p. d" things nmi accomplish proper recoils He nayi tbe way to do it i- -'to talk temperance temperately" ami 11 use "kl words" ami then t" "give up Hie fella 'iou- idea that men can be made - bel through legislation (bough l have ???ii any om- w ho thought this) then Uley will be on the righi track." lin- i- knell;.-- it-eif fair which tbe Prohibitionist oughl to he trulj ful. They arc bo bard beaded, bow ever, that I really doubt whether Ihey will bead lt " back I" th' I' ni thing VV Ililli troubled H. ol B. There is no liijimr -old iii Karmville. lin- ii what is tbe real truiihle. not only with mir friend, ll of P., bul a l'imhI many other peo I'le wbo do not have t'? ride eighteen Hide-t.i he dl*appoin(ed. Who i- to blame for tbUsad stab ofaflairs? The cranky ProblblUoolal .'li i mi rattier i|ueer, imt nevertheless ll i- true, that Hmm -ann- Prohibition! i* bavi been -jinte- clamorous for the establish? ment "i a place of Bale t" arc >mmodate ?, mid all hil friends and neigh i '- But I"' and behold ' Hu < '"inicil, our toa n fathers, arose lu theil . and mlgbl and mid ll should not be done. Knowing this, l cannot -ce but H. of I! "ive- lin-. Prol i-t-an humble apology, not for thc profound Scriptural ? nor the fatherly advice, tun f"r tin- Implied ? iiai^c iii lu- opening mnl< 00 1 the information of H. of H. being <?'. I', lu may not base bearii ll the town council of the town nf Karmville i* alone responsible for Un- md nmi awful condition in which things are among na Tb'' temperance - muk-, thc pro? hibitionists ami tlc ren the piena lier*, are or were, in favor of a.pen lng a place ad -ale for intoxicating The town council iu theil wisdom thought otherwise, hence tbe neill for a ehOOgC of point "! -Imiilil H. of B, again euler thi I for the fray. Let him Hy bia band on theee gentlemen. Perhaps be can overcome theil scruples ami per suede tin ni in tin- nnnie of Bullering humanity, and in accordance to H. 1 iptural view.- to give thc coun? try Immediate relief, H. of H. ha-a very pleasing theory ?f thc whole Bubject ol temperance nmi not f.r these wretched crank* wbo flo not know a good thing when Ihey -mill il, I am alnio-t perauaded it WOnld work. There 1* alway* -oiiie . ham] lo cry mit "Don'l time a fellow think* about having a good linn' Now H. "f ia pays no at? tention to anybody. He figures tbe Ulina "Ut for himself, lb- -mi. "everj day ?- 1 drink my beer 01 wine or toddy, I thank 11 linly t.r it a- I 'I" my What a delightful gBmpse ol country hume life. I -Imiilil Ilka- 1(1 Uk ll "I H. how the thing w>rka Does ll base a pro|*-r eflect upon thc boya of the boueehotd '?' Dc the youth "f B. apple . une tin' i \ maple T i?" they learn that ...iiiiiieiulable -elf it-traint from thi* daily toddy, ba-ei nmi wine drlnk Ing? I am not exactly -ali-liol "ii aiu-thci point. H. of H.-as-I lu-c Inlier day notions of temperance are nt with all Scriptures witta winch he ls acquainted. Thal mas !*? tun- f.ir In* expleoatlousaie thoroughly mUefactory hi any haul ali inker ami I mn not "lie of them, lloss aboil! Paul'- say lng that we eboold give up even meal if thereby we caueed boom weak noe i" fail: H.ie* thaoklag <;.*! is im- ur toddy shlfl the re-|Hin -il.ilily ii|hiii him ".' I- il -imply a foolish winni of tba- Prohibitionists tliat we an- responsible for "in example ami il- effects on oilier- '.' I- (hal a Hil.le ibu Illili'.' Mas" lu' tin- whole thing i- "ut of'tata- Al! ms hie, long before I ever heard of a Prohibitionist or ans -mb clank, I wai taught tba! 1 ;? -neible f"r Un- i fleet of my lih? ou that "f other- ll "f B. luakea no tliileiciiec Hunk ymir ii*1dy, tliank I i'*l fur ii and let the other fellow go. Hit him 'I please*. You have uothini; I" it. H. of I'.'*. d'Hirint would save a fellow from a good deal of Worry and hi* Scriptural interpret pteeacevery -abH.ii man ami drookard in the lam), hut being a meiiitier aif Hie church ami a-tiber man 1 am a little afraid it wont do to -tami mi the -nine platform with them. Thc whole thin'* tookee little iwry to a -nilpie minded man like me. I-il tniPthat ll "f lt ha- left f"t a proloBged Aeetne? Thi* then wa? the psrtin^ *h'it. The venom of the ah-u*e a.f the Iowa OOOBCil for their prohibition predilection*, which he . hara, teriz.?s as woiae than i tuny, nui-l nave i een m ide more "I- hs lin r Hu eounell's plane \ i i. , . ll nini Wi I i,e , , pentad and relented ami lt la ., boped thal bli bi rung -> mpathy for the i Ai Icii-i. lin Otherside -I ih. ?>?>. -ii..n. H i ? /? .1 alcohol upon the r human systt ra, thal I t "n issy faring man, though a I Bul judging from ia l motion in and around I the fools id yet. 1.1 -!r.ui|;i- thal that man could nol t|U irt. islu'n drunken men i tiler. dull I prevent people fr.un ;. - If fur ? .rely Would flinn-' liquor doing tl I drj Iniii. i ' bul gol it w doubt mHliy a linnie i- "Lui I ? I the husband home - tan. \ - for the n nf or I iinatt v rliome niial-si ii ing the nigh! by the *hri driven over a Iiii,'!! einbanknii I. Hui -In- let fa - . nil the ' ? I I"''I. 1' |i 1 l! Illili.'ll I fruin -ny ill' at ian, of Pro' mr t" ll nd ought t" bc punish? ed. Nol once, but i"ld tin j home i in bcd wbile thc) '.-? : I timi. Wiih so many weal ill bold up .a rd I thank I other n lo help mankind, ami rn ha ?li n kick. pool' far ri.lc lla'.s limns ii t ii nt pt.i'po-c. .md were i -neb phi lan i Hie fm : eal lunch and them, - conic fm- ni! : ling, but I 'I their hospitality. ? nd ner miiii, n i '? debts. They w ill gel lin- n formerly n,'"t when tlie farmer -ubi his .Top and bi- -mi ss ith nu n ? many p emptj b mg nnd -ua-ii blasphemy as blood r "ii the - ? jour chi ill). Ami what of thc painui- .d tlc - heart "f the prohibitionist i- -ml when I ic bun- furnishings, nmi Ibe children deprived of thc ni life, thal the abb- like II. of I'., "to tl. fur tb' "I'mt take !>? this liberty "f yours becoi ling block io them tint ?,.-rs wii. but eh it motin r wii drink daily for ph il which may be Iii'- ruin of her b "If men nmi won -. tem perance temperately, a ill endi i - lb.u many nen I i i mothers, ? ul ere thej were in theil ile promise was broken were weak mid kind i 'hristian fr ,.f them I Inti', where ?h of liquor wa> our | - shining lights of tlc churt'li go in nnil nut- Ol | - nmi if busini ance thi ? that tliink.-tli lu- st feat lu- I on being able to keep to modi hm what nf their - ni with the indulging in their d tnl ion be might pray imt for I but for the unforttinste* in sud around 1 ' mother oil len lissa il i- mil) fair I., lei Un Jud gi ilfe, re - ?ad Lynchburg wai drj Burke io Unit \\ we io have - o i r I * more i many ll. ' 1 Ol Ile dog ill tba' I tiaiiik they deserve ition, and if ?? it fruin Christian men gel it .' 'lier to . nor anything -: imbleth, ur i wreak," Un- - rmvilli* again. t ofan 1 I "f B , but i- ti two sida \ 11*1 -.i fnr I bi A M Ililli Lill** UN IIII HU Hill. leal thal, lo lt all, I it doa iiiiient i.c ki pt in alu kin--. The ih lugbl . -ii "ur mil..I-, both ?ii Hu- fourth of Jul ? las in the year, i- thai though the let ?nat Impelled main alive. 'it the Independei main . "-?ld a nation .f timi deda 'hat by Ibe mr natl -ian' lift 'lc voice of Hu -. Ill faa!, if \. - in Un- m lairs, tbe liter a ?f the al. We ire nut .|. ui to denounce --mil ol :i and i u np wiih deeds irnugbl ud, and we only ishim*, over the old :. there i- ic cause left to i.-bi. I ii- strength I'i .iii tl. i bibi entitled lo thc bi| a , it-pura .' a bibi's lin- right i- "lie ? :i nil Hie ? tin- nation nu! it u i nlighti m ? af the ? ,'iinil i ju of those ss ho would divert - >me a.f h.. "lit of I iii! tlc | - , le Alni nnd of ? i ly are part "f tl lin- .Viii ? ? ii, tbey bavt Snd Iud -. w ic h the tin! loll ss a whole ls bound t" pr"ttvt. Thia ii isdom; f?r . these 'tiil<l I'-u m.iki- tl.a .i demand up tn : lion ami ure beard, when i\ i' aeon "f .in. ii >n tbey j.un the wild, uncouth illira a-oiiing ? iib criminal tendem .. -. Ami i atkin rise into Hu-nu ml red-nf million.*, m..ic should I ' through 'ic imi..1- of ihe w ,-?? in in? lier Um! Un- whole nation may bigbei undei ol it- Iii 11 ? in in Hie sight "f ibe nation* if thc i' I'he b> . , ? i ??-. the -iiruia' "fail natl.u.al ills, the Unifying if all Interests, depend u| in it- I.i mural mid spiritual, | i . when ii ' af all, will h" He lew Declaratioi.nstruc tise I nate td of tbeold Di -tine:. ? Tin' ",?: , - 'i h'M men together mid when ile tyranny ? rtbroa n it I ? nly the i -, wili tend I" brim; I be I in iiilerc*: pre|*-tu ,:i-i kiewa. each "'.I ? ? r unity, snd . IbiDk BOol nether a iii- .Ali hera. , y close eitful frieml iniii want the carib and ?'lin* wornt n - thing aboul i- theil alleged bu ? men stand I while "Iher* sit by their' If the child to tether to the man, -.line ' luiiireii haven't much t" la pi.mal Laaeabarg Utter. I,i m mu kl CH, Va., ) June ?_"?. 1 ? The Confederate veteran*- hold their reunion at Lunenburg tVmrthoam on ih.- 24th of June. Bx-Ooagraaaaae Inn'- I 1 | i . ? f Naalluway, Judge O c. Orgain, of Lunenburg, anal Mr Harry Smith, nf Meektooborg, sdtle<l Iii the in la-ion hy their historical elu , qtlence. In the afternoon the Haugh ler- of tbe 1 'oiifederaey gave an enter tainment for the betwflt of the lund to erect a monument I" the ('? ni federate aleaal of LuoeobOalg. Tiley realized sixty-two dollar- from (he eiiterlain it wa- a meet enditabts en tertniiim-nt, and Un- m'tor* dis|ilayed min-h talent ami won many launh rbe whole affair gave rnoek piea-ure, ami-ia* greatly complimented I In iiiu-ic wa- excellent, violin, baaj i ami guitar with vocal uiu-ic and Hie iini-i I'lilted IbemselvM very hand -uii.-ly H WM all exceedingly en? joyable, bul ini-t mike -pe-ial men? tion of two act-, vi/.: Bock of Agaa ami Un- death "f Deo, J K H. stuart, in I Rock of Agaa tbe aeene wa- mreoely beautiful aod admirably rendered by eight yoong ladlee with instrumental accompaniment Tbe recitation in memory ol (len'I Stuart delivered bj vu? Minnie Tabb Bragg, wn* specially appropriate to the OCCeetoa. The a.ip .-ed hv thc late Hr. ; Henry C. Alexander, wlm wa- Chap? lain in Hie Coo federate Army aud ? and ellii'ieiit Pro Censor in Un- Union Tbeotogieal Semi? nary. Hi- lucilia.ry like tbe gallant Smart's will ever be impel i-hahle. 1 hi? ll wa- fellowed ?by the Sweet Use ami Bye U-aiitifiills rendered l.y tbe String band whom IWCCt -train toucbed hnilcr I'lionls in the hearts of tin- listeners, ssh" were anticipating Un- it-union in the irreat bt-re efter, There voi bountiful ami ?eilent meal dinner -erveai mc ,.f < '.ike, creams, sherbet, etc , lal fm the l*-nelit uf Hie monu? ment fund Mtoe Rom Cardoxo gave a very do* iiis'litiul entertainment to bru friend* nt her nome ba-re ss iiii-ti wa* enjoyed very ni in -li by her iruest* who were There were aboul 7it in at* tenden* 1 bc Kev. Mr. Unison is conducting a protracted meeting at Tuaikiab Baptist cb ra h. He preached ben -onie time ig" and always attract- large eongre ind :- very |>npular with all denominatiooa in tin- vicinity. Iliilll|uh ll-MUllf) ll em bl ins-. Il sm ii.rs Shims , Vi June ta, I ? Mi- Beynolda wm called I Kriday to her -un, Mr. Watkins Reynolds, wno Im- typhoid fever. Kev. Mr. Bedinger aod Mt*. Kediu gerara lien-fiann Woshiogtoa. -mah BpeOCer and little Mi ? garah Lyle Bpeocer, from Paraville, nu- nt Hr. I.i Measle. Tucker ami Lee Carrington ? their m.ille Mr, Hurt will take thc poetonVc the lir-t of July. Lelia Dickinson i- vialting Hie m lases Riddle Venable left Saturday fur nore. lilla Moore ha* gOOC to 1'har 1'itti-vdle tn alti-lnl thc ''School of Met bode.' Mba lila Beveridge, Un' gunl of Mi*n May Carlington, ha- retiirm-ii to Rich? mond. lbs. Mr. Bedlngei preached for Hr. Murray Sunday morning Itiee l?i pot Hut-. Uh k Va., June ".ii, 1908. There erm a lawn party at Kulali (burch last Kriday evening. Notwith? standing tin- cloudy weather, tin-ie wm a huge attendance ami i?'*h| aoi Tbe hub- daughter of Mr J. s. Brad? shaw tlied early Tuesday mornings after several wacke ol illoem, lt was hurieal iu the Ptogah church eeme* te ry. Mr W. VV. Konilurant returned itnrday from Bttecketooe, when been visiting frienda ami rda - i Irace and Lock Walton have -ililli; relative- near thi* pU.-e lack. Valmima- Vinni-. I SSa K. V S , Jilla' Mr- Sue W. Miller died at uer home iu CumbcHand ooonty, Friday more* mi,', Jillie J'., i ?" -In- bad lieell ill ?delicate health for some time, ami had been lovingly nursed hy her devoted I children. Her remain* were tenderly laid to rael Baturday morning at in o'clock nt the Karden at her hollie. a-i-led hs Raf ukin-, performed the la*t sad ia.n ami re-; i in deiacned, -.e ber girlhood, had metotenl mam bel "f nie Prac byteriau church, and her strength nf r ami Christian gra< drawn to ber a huge number nf devo? ted frieinl*. Sha- was a Miss Morton, of Charlotte cornily, ami married Hr. John vinier, apromineot physician of Cumberlood, wbo died mme yean ago, Then- are f.mr i-hildren?Mr-. J. -imt hm, Mien md Kennie Miller, and Mr. Sim Miller. To lhe-e CHROW log oom wa extend oat heartfelt sym? pathy. May they i-litig to a graeioii* lather In their boor ol trial, and fol? low Him day hy day till Ile -hall st length si ipi* assay all lem- iu that land mneblnc kt Hie kiaotoua -mile. Anion'' thom vIMUog la mir neigh? borhood la-t week were Mr-. Henry Maili-ui, of St.Mid. rt: Mr*. Stanley jilter, hannie, and Mr. Janie* Wil-iii, Mi? Ks-te Wilson and little Janie*, of Rice, Mr. Joe Palmer i**till very rich. Ibi-li Rivet Krii-tlat-. Kakmsii.i.k, July I, The abowan sse had saturday anti ,, aron gratalMly raoelvad by mir farmers aud all were busy laylug hy their amrn on Muntlay bright aud early. Still the land wa* not wet through hoi a few lachen , ly i- looking well snd com sl?o the dry weather. Mi? Nellie Karber was a guest at lagtoehte from Saturday uniil Tues? day, Her si-it- an- alway* apprecu ted bk. . h.-r frtoodi vu .1 ibu Clark wi- tb Chai,. -atiiidas Bight. Wc an--.my to beni thal M McNutt ab*-- nol In bod boped. nain her Strength a!'. ti lad to know thal Mia Coll continue* to nilli out ami strong again. Mi-. M. A. LlgOfl it to her many friends iii Pi.: ward ami Cumberland coontlt i- noa with Mr-, il.-lei '.'. . Picked ai Pitney's. PUtOtj -, V ' The ' a and working tobacco Crops a lng exceedingly well. Kev. Mr. ll bi able ami bent In lal sermon, at Bethle? hem eburcb feel Sunday from the text, "Whom l am, aod whom I -' rsc.' Acta 27th cha] latter eiauee of tbe liStfa ? Mi-. Bargara! Morton dud at the Morton, i iillandnV, Charlotte couuty, Saturday, June "nth, nmi wa- lani t" rael yeah nias afternoon at in the family burying ?'round at Mt. K. P. Carter'-. Tbe bereaved family have tba sympathy ..f the entire com ?nullity. Tin- children are look with much pleasure t.> the Cbildrau's Day aod nicole which will be al Beth? lehem church next Saturday, July I, Mi- Anna Mill ami children, of Ml* ara vlriUng her parents, Mr ami vu-, jim l backaton. Mr. Tom Anderson atolted bi- broth? er-in-law, vir. Ike Uleon,of Pi la.-t Sn: Mtos Sallie Tbackaton wai tba of vu-- Mai\ Ll e A la-t ss. .Mr. Joe Kell and -i-ier vlaited your town la-t week Mira M. B. ciciui returned to ber hollie neal Prospect, Sunday lae) after a two week-' si-it to her aunt, Mrs, A. T. Andereon. VV .- nra glad t" rep ut tl Mr-. Nathan Kell. Mr-. J. i poorly, Frank Matthew wm Ihna ii from lu- wagon I -?:ay mornii aii-lv hurt. V liil.llc Via.ililli-. Abilene, Va . .lu's I, : Little Bernie Kith bmond, ni ry I" -pend the rammer w nh Mim '? ? Mtoa Mattie Kranklln will return fruin Lynchburg Saturday tbe Uh Her courin, Miss I ii, will \s uh her Mi? Maggie Addia mm week ssith Mi? Nalline ri Mr. Wallet Addleiiiali wn- lill .if Mba Bude Roberta Sundas Mr. Aubrey Roberto wu tbe Mi? Meggie Addtoman Bund ?tooee Rib -. Ml/.l-v I' July I, IMI Mr- L. T Baker and children are spending Un- week visiting friends aud relative- in tin,- iii Ighborhood. glad to have them among us Mi? Mollie Binfoi I ?deter, Mn, il C vi Insi! itioii- are amt to a picnic al Mr B. g. Hunt's -ulm.I is evening, July Uh. lapi vv. i Jobi Pamplln, ila slater, Mrs, W. B, Binfotd, sa iterday. Mtos Busk "? in Farms ille. We an- looking forward a il plea-tire to the Kally Has al I July 1Mb. Idelle vicuiiiit. aiiki.i.k, Pa En i'".. \ s i Julia' "?, I ? We ira- --rry to report thal Mr. Hugh Cunningham, the mils wu of ? u pectin commissioner "l revenue, basn'l h.-en improving bo rapidly, bul undei ot in- -kiliful physician, Ur. K. K. VS . recovery. Hunt, who ha- hen takim; a COU the Retreat br the sick, In Richmond, graduated mi June .'Ith. la. he it of her -nive? and hope - have lu r in tin- natghbovfa bau vacation. ii of tba yow ? nttelialed tbe -tl''. d church mi Sunday evening which wa-conducted bj the K "f Lynchburg. Mba Jauh Couch anal little bi John anal Henry, ipent toa! I tba borne ol theil grandm iIIm r, Mrs. M. J. ler r.s. Mr. ll T. lt ii s s baited in Ito Istrh'ssl Sundas .. i had Sunday the iir-t peacbm and 'nani -.> Mr J Ians returned from mond Saturday night, and ic fortuna' the wreck on the N A VV In Ito im.' lilla n lilia I-. I'.KIKKV, V S , J The whistle of tba thrashing n ? an 1*' heard in tlc fannel- an bus ? I inp- ari- looking fairly well. Vlr-. Jaie I iiipu. rd a, ? minn' ibe -uiiiiii' Mr. lieu. VV Rodd BOd family. Mi l. <'bappell a lj relative* in barms Illa on Wed Tliev w ulled liiiiin Lizxle Chappell, w h Ililli- si Ith Inl ni lill r. Mi and Mr-. Wm. K I . datagbtor, Mn. J Charlotte C. ii Mr nmi Mn, I la lld ' children, of th home of Mr .1, I. - mi Sunday ami M< I ll out sgain aft Mr lieii*-rt Priddy aod I rain Hie , V. H paint in the aidi eyi i'? ll i Illi:<?l UH IIII Mill. Ih "id ll.ippi uiiiir- nf Inti ri ?t In non beru Railway J will cavana boor in running liam bo. i when . : illdlog aif the Mr. Ni lOagtoo, - 1 ? . - , . abo died VV .i-hiugti'ii, the gdl of Pt lei Win of Charil ? ?! pUb ta - ituiday. . tiial low ii VT. ( stonily ag bOg* a ed lum. .. heavily to Ihe i Mi. -kuli. rn I tans liie, If with i toity. Mi-. m. a widow of ? from in-r home neat Topnot, teruoon, bast? ille III uililnin-, wlm tba . I V'. .ia yum Ison .: t ille Mond ? I Iny - . aboul a ... ali-|*-n i that . i. ManhaR, "f Krederlcksburgt Sunday nigbl v Surgical upi r.iiitiii ive tried lt will il ba? ll,.ie ' i id, Bleeding, vv h. i, Hazel .-.??il I". 'I 'll ll nu i the d tinted a ni the i.ill.i I'm-i'ii, i .una rs, t Icerst i . I f tilt' - fulling j. ii n tx, ' , ' .'? ll ... . from nni ogs of l\\c ll ll. ll. Il lt k, - giving . llla'a I", elell demil) al patna Blood i hliMid atarrh, I id by wrft* De* - VV dh'. L. Il Ile, fell and . i playing with even I ll' | '.nilibili.i III nilli. .iitiatioll for it. In* - organs 1 Ile Who dm i .ital iii ni the Marnock the ? - 1 Dyspepsia Remedy. Thats All, Except it Cures Dyspepsia. McAlpin.Djspepsia Remedy Co., Fdimvilli, Va.