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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
HONOR l'?K THE PAST, HELP l".. IHE PHEHENT, HOPE POE lill-: FUTURE. \'x FARMVILLE, VA.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1903. NO. I. CITY DIRECTORY. ? i w \. ? ITKMS WATKINS, ' AW, ? . S WI P.a.., I I. WV, i i < H BL I1KN EUA I Mt'l yyHiTE & co.. DRUGS. Medicines and Druggists' Sundries. I ir R W niDGOOD, 'll \ITI.I.I, .1 S. MilLWAIXK, ? -^ C FRANKLIN NT-LAW, ICt iminations. . . xxzizxzixxxxzxxzzrx: put in tmining your NVe are careful ? li.ill have just |tiirc. tl lenses Ground Properly, Hims lhat Suit four Face, Classes lhat Fit lour Needs. f. T. HI.WION. Jeweler and Optician. NOTICE! R. FKANCIONE'S > PLACE. <_^"~ - ?? i . -ii*. cl st., Kichmoud, ' il CHAS, M. WALSH, WI MARBLE and GRANITE WORKS, \ V M \ Monuments, Headstones, Tablets, Ac Al.*-! I '.'? ??? PAULCTT, l-arm.lllr. Ita, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat t, / ?*. 1HI Y OBEYED "OLD JACK." ??.iiiaanll Jilli.\ (.r,,| (,v , , ,,, ,, Ulu.lriili .1 l>, ,,? \?i..-||,.|. lau. luci.Inn . ., din he ? breona. li i.li-tl in ,1,km. ol till* i military ii ? unanlmons ajon. At WasblnB> ?^ton and Lee -lie U.WIi, tl, ; ralac lt was learned .mt Washington coi. lown In the night, and was lylDg In the The students that the ot the Virginia military instl I ipoaslbls for the outrage, but having no proof, contented them BltB cleaning the flag and re? it. it was not long before a group of stu inia military insti? lled on their way by, and, in *0] ; ',, to haul down. This time the Wash' boys were on the alert, and, fall ators. handled them -it roughly and beat them from inds. port that a Bamber of Washlng ? had beaten I without .'ion threw the institute into an and the whole corps rmmedlate ly turned out to avenge their comrade. Arming themselves with whatever they could lay their hands on, they formed In array and proceeded toward kton college. Their ad versa rh*, although not so well drilled, armed veg In like manner, and awaited the attack. Jackson, then a major, was In church, but an excited whisper from a frightened who had hurrlpil in appraised him of what had happened, lie calmly 1 passed out, to And his whole corps coming up the street In much dis? order, but with battle In their faces. One glance at the scene, and his decision was mads. As quietly as he had left the church, he placed himself at the head of the torps, and began to give commands, looking to the better order of the col? umn. The boys wire roBBSd to the ' pitch of enthusiasm by the lead of "Old Jack," and were quite "i kill every Washington boy who ' them. Promptly came the ry commands for their forward movement, and the citizens stood aghast. Little by little the cadets fell Into per ler, and little by little their Bas? te command became automatic. n Tramp! tramp! on they w. nt to battle for thc southern aud te the comrade who bad suffered in Its cause. The consternation of the cit! The corps would sot ( Washington collete, and blood suddenly bs shad. Bal suddenly ' rang out Maj. Jackson' "Righi abseil Mani.:" ? quick succession, and Ihe corps wai ag In another tlln-ction. At th* -?et corni r the commands wen d, and Inst '. and thi rs toward tnt te, te vhli b tin j inarched in per . said afterward that they ha. IO intent on obeying Old Jack't ?ids that they did not realize wha ppenlBf until he dispersed then tl I'tier-rf-il ls Salts .-? Balls. Wtfea Admiral Farragut's health wai . tbs eoatlaasd ors and ai **Jetles, and from thi . nf the Ml' 'SSlppI val!,; \, he wrote: "I aro as well as I IB he who can B**lthsr sit, wall ,,'.d five mltsiites at a time on ac ' it, thanl have so much to be thankful fo un thanking Ulm all the lime) ! am otherwise In pretty good condl C?.tM <>* I""* Illslnrhnnc*.. The Farmer (in tlie sideshow. look tag around in alarm)?Gosh! where"; a.l the rattlesnake 11,,n't be alarmed, nv oaly .mr living skeleton ls suffering from the ague, yoi hear?Judge ? n app*: il health "ll Loth." If it doesn't, irv Burdock Blood BU ,i Bays mi His *assb ? ?- i ot move hi av, Va. am) Witisloti Urine I LAWN TENNIS. ? v I ?? I ? 1 A I ' a ?* i . Ju aa ti 0 ?Atti , Ito ./-N Thc Gypsy's Daughter n? By PHALLEY YALE CURTIS. ii A HAIN, Ia, U lt." Leah! Thi 0 tired, mamma." I 'ut- and I win gi ? Scarf." A ml so. inspired by thal pron I t i tiny f., t in perfect Dd Inn.- to the thrum, thrum of tin- mother's old guitar. Light aa thia* ?;.i over In their garb forming a plc crutiinl for the beautifully gown- ,1 women ami thi ir ri. h ? who crow,ie,i about the Uti To ii ? .lld was an elli. ? : ..ne, while, to the keener mind, ? tamed from the sweet, pare face of thi i to the father, hai, crafty. ? I was In fs .ngeaunlon. th'-r. in reply to a ? of the i I lo a turn of the r .bera, the dingy tents, bo ntleman, bidding I of thc party drive on, called tlie man to him." "The child ls yours?" he inquired. "Hil ,,'<1 ls she?" ''Who tatirht her to dance and sing?" bS dance, ti from the ni. "Ah" So I thought. A: I Mi?" "Why you ask?" rs to know. Come, tell me all; you will not lose hy it," commanded I I ? ?!, the stroi ion. "Listen. I: ' me mueh. One day tl ? thing I want her not to know. When I come home she turn from me. I io not touch D ti tell nie all,' and I ?? : 'Ah. so Ihe queen talk: some day she talk no mon- hut do not ? or your child lie like nie.' And I laugh, and that night tl ? die ami Leah born. "Half love, half ' 'ii that way she lie till I l rs have told lt. When I die she be Ilka the mother always. TH! then see lier now, part heaven, part hell." Asl!" -lilllie. Ihegen tleman taned towards him w-iih an ex ?i: "Would yon like to sen your abaghti "Sell her?" returned the man. Ball ber, "t nt the mother ned Leah: lt kill her to lose | "Well, don't tel! I Shell get over lt in lime." "Nu, never, never," answered th" *haklng his head. ommanded tl lleman, "to-nlghl after all are asleep bring Leah to me; you know the place I will have a paper for yon t. Ilnquiahlng all right to the child, am' | "(lue thousand dollars?" echoed thc man In a low. half-doubting tone. |1,000; lt's a lot of m.'i a lot," the man hesitated. Witt lt he knew he could he chief of the tribe ,,n he had long covet iii. Andyel he felt lt would kill the mother. "Well?" intcri" I bring her to-night lt be a i l prom) ? " Anti tnt turned back to the little i Shortly aft<-r midnight a man with i child . hurriedly alonir one of thi ir. at boult varna nf tbs some r, lid. -.' ?. In tbe window of wbtel a soft light buri!' ? !. Um i ; | softly to a side door, a low knock; the door opened BBBB with the child enter,-,! lier there," was the cominan. of the gentleman, ]?.luting to a hu Beach. The man compiled. The door opened and the man wa gone, leaving his the rich room; while on a le ?Ide a mother slept, ber arm throw: oa. r tba BOVSrtet, seeming 1,, hold with In Its clasp a littlechild. "You said, monsieur, the child coul Bing?" "LIV..- sn angel Come, Leah, the prc fensor wishes to try your v-olce." "Hut I don't want to sing." and, ur | alike entreaty ami conimanf the child, a girl of aboir a willful, yet beautiful gypsy fact whirled away into another ?: As one watched her he n< I grace and fire of every motion. Sh a creature of air, so U| ahe. With perfect ease and abandoi 'owed every change of the mi ?lc, seeming never to tire. As the player's fingers wandered o Into some sweet minor chords thei came a startled look Into her face. Thei as the music continued In the plalr.tlv strain, she yielded to the spell. One more her body swayed to that fantai ? weird ? bile with t! t of the air with al! Il ' Whlli her child wi for her to Inr "lliirl!" she wh! auditorium t tn 1 room I ll itv ;? h-..l a prill Time nf;' r time, tl broken ont into uneonU ippeared, and Ihe people once into the exp that als sin ; hair th where hid that dat | ' olive the ||b) of the rich red thai I cal BBl lhat \ and lin : ? a liitle chilli aaleep In !.. hrarv. That she was a | where she came from or why father's ? nevi r courted Inquiry. About .t with ? li of an only dani of tlie widowed father. : ? ? il had com ' bad grown to . ?? her dual nature. be help iiini. To !. tion and pleading Bl lay, winn thi i shall claim me; ti!! I old it. And witii ! returned and I thought I bi ? spirits striving f, r coo.l. tl ? al prelude. Her ? ini|>. a circle of admiril i round a little chi ,in. thrum of an old gull a motht otti.r than her will, the lithe form more was heard ii? ii she felt the tender, lov? ing presence of her mo' tilled with rapture; an,' song died away In tl she turned te her lover, her , with tl full of and as be listened he I | evil power had left ber. that thi In thi '"nc after tl ? still tm ind neither no I'lie man was dead. Ilrnn in.iitiil ar.r., In N l in the th sh, which tl ' i beats ???" - al.lill.li: ? nts. bas hay fever. Ihitn** titer I SUBJ I ur. 'I. ly from ind . great ,; were restlesi I K,h1,.1 Dyipe] entirely. Son mi - and digestion p.-rf ! The English I*-: cent better ipsed In deHTsrlng than Hie pi iv , BtS for one pound, B cent-, f, :,,r ll poiitnl ?uffering from k iii - enid avoid fntn ll. I Crate. Ju*t uHiiiifai ming . - So cholera infat *iiiiiiii.'r com pl iii Dr, Poa tera 1 I WI >trawtierry ??s out resony enougn to I ? - I sit of their own. It can If at all. to ?? i Mr V r Chi :. I ? Dr. Cl a a hos ? rn. This will rene. ll that on flin ran.lum un Many I, phllosopl ..giana, life have liv. ,1 to the age ad upward; I I al ath ? A II il has a ; ?> which he keeps near the sounds il for a drink. . VALUE OF TESTIMONY. lt depends npon tbe Reputation of tbe Witness. J. R. Noel makes an interesting State? ment. j it * r.-nr. .1 bu?iI S bu 'is. - ..ti esl ii.:ii. about il.|.,.*ni,,iiM. ti slim say illnlaait-and siicii lliiiig*. lit- kn..Ms ilia) t-c up >ii ibe r. putatlon ? f the v Ita e know- Ina) bi- OW" -t unli',g would i. ililli I'" 111"' I'llowillg ii lie dicta.ed u,ii siai ? ?Tl for f ur ur H vs > ears, peri" id lea! ly after I arti em k. f ,i fiilsoa ins I -Illicit ll (iel; ;i,i- kid ut j i. Tic ki,I i i c iiiiii irregular, atora i.oti'-. - > ighl I Ik ?? \ e ll! I' Itli'llie 11, ii , niie I,, mv notice I,ut liol i,o til? ler until li,ali- Ki.li.cy Pl leal ? -i.tl..li. 1 wai,lui lo liv lin III I bad tried evin Hiing 11 asnl toil.*' Crate's drug -'.ore sad gol a BOX. I knew after a dose Bf I vi.. lhat they wera doing ats good, ami 1 continued the treatment. In a short lillie my backache left nie anil tbs kiil .ine natural. 1 know of others who have used tiii- remedy willi Ute saint-go, .I r.-lilts, anil I have recommendedDoan'i Kidney Tills to -i-vii iii of my friend* You .-an refer to nie anil I will convince any -lille i that the Pille act jual ss represented." For sale Ly ali dealers. Pries ifl cents. l-'ostei-.Mill.urii i'..., BuSak), N V , --ole sgt nts f..r thc United Slates. Kemembei tin- nain.- I loan's and take no substitute. A moilel school for tile deaf alni the I,IiihI will bs a feature of Hie depart? ment of education at (lie World* Pail in ER. Louis. How the sfflletSd un? taught to read and write will I* pre u Cally shown f,,i the benefit of visitors. Dipiheris, son- throat, croup, in? stant relief, permanent cure l?r. i ric < lil. At ai l store. Give Us a Trial and be Convinced ld anywhere for tbs money. Mountain Dew Rye, . 02.00 per gallon. . J.i. Maryland Ryi . -J.."*u " Old Vlrglol ? . i.-)(i " " Pure North Carorina Cora.ll .50 and 2 00 " Tut. .. 100 and 2.60 " " * Pure Malt," "Tbomi "Old Meet," '?Commercial Old Henry," and all "(her -tan.lani I,rands ,,f w In-key furnished mi order aura call OB or write to W. T. CARTER, 1120 Main St , LYNCHHI Ul. Va STEPTOE'S CHOICE. THE WHISKEY WITHOUT A RIVAL. i it' tn I'.., Rye, ..I.I po ,,--. making au . pun- Rye Mall Wlii-k.v, iinei|ii!ileil for me i drinking i Pour fi. i ked in $4.00 PLR CASE. milli, Hie vvlii-k, ll ililli \lllli li"-i -,,111. petite)-, $3.00 PER GAL. M. Distilled $2.25 PER GAL. ''.-'I KPTOK'H SPECIAL" ? ..rn. 1200 Pure Country Our ll,-ney Mnpn (K* Rmiibon, ; yean $2.00 PER GAL. ,- lllpelillon Send for full parttculan and price , free on application, W. T. STEPTOE k CO., The ChampiOD Liquor Dealers, 120) MAIN ST. I.\ NCIIIU KL, VA. fhs (pi armors ' M ecca. Fine Whiskey, Fish Brandy, Fine Wink, Finr Cioabs, Cioarbi ts, Tobacco. JOHN J. MALLAN, Tn Mhili Street, Lrraehbarf, \ .t. My -i ,k ,.f WHISK KY, WINES, BRANDIES, ".INS, TOBACCO rs, and, in fact,;alI in need ol ftooda io my Bill find Hie-leek BS represent, il I keep no BHODDY STOCK Soint rec..tiiiiieinl.il f,,r medicinal purpnesa, ami ? unit will-mt ali a order, Porbottllng ami juging l have d be glad to nave tbe people of Parmvllle and Priors .univ give bm ??! share of theil pat mnage. Columbi a (j raphophones I.RVSP PRI/I I'.RIS. I'Ktl Bi SI I cl WV, MK HIMS MMH Columbiii Disc (.raphophonps Columbia (Minder (.niphophones SO, SJO, SIO Si to SI00 COU RNA DI>C likAlMlOI'tll'M. 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