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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
U\ FA KM VI LU-;. VA.. FRIDAY, OCTOBER HONOR FOR Till. I'.N.-l, HELP I "i: THE i I UK. NO. 3. CITY DIRECTORY. ? i H H WATKINS WATKINS, AnORKEYSAT LAW, - | WINI*. I ?. S IN AT li NNV, Grr?D B?y, Pl ' Cornily, Va. '. fl H BLISS, URN Kl ni. ni i riONI I U'HITE 4. CO.. DRUGS, Medicines and Druggists' Sundries, I |R R M. BIDGOOD, - DENTIST ' i 1. i IIAI'I'ILL. j s. m.ii.waim;. WV. - tl Ri i LIM Nd, tr C FRANKLIN ATTORNEY MI.AW, I ICt iminations. . , zxxz:xxxxxzz:xx:zxzz We put intelligence mining your We arc careful tli.it ytiti -.hall have just - require. I them pcrfei tl they will Ik- com hie. Lenses Ground Properly. Hims Ihiit Suit Your Face, Glasses lhat Fit Your Needs. W. T, KUM UV. refer and Optician. NOTICE! R. IKANCIONIi'S ^n> PLACE. K^^" i - in tin ? i ' .lo/ell. JU ? .ll-*. ? i'. Broad Si., . Hull, ,,iii,mil, Va. i CHAS. M. WALSH, - I I N M MARBLE and GRANITE WORKS, I'll VA. M VN ionuments, Headstones, Tablets, ki Nl.-o > LJ&Jr b, Paulett, rarm.uie. ha. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure bioests what you eat. MY. FRILNU. * i. i ah'-. , ? ? NV ll / \ A SLIGHT MISUNDERSTANDING By HENRY HUMISTON. Mit in ibe ked sharp leaalng ? ml Minn he was . I i.nt lo witness, and then ? in the direction of the the white In th" de * nf Iji Blt I mall child, very airily attired, ff of the Due of the I and st ral: mao'a having 1 of a ? aii.l Berra y, li .uti t ii: from the butt o: lilli Alli''!: .ill sorts of rune :i to man, as ? ni ii t ry tn* ri. I beg of you tobe ? I stand, ? .an in the ninth worn Bread bonght "Why, yes; my men have now, thanks to you. Didn't your gang irtrldgee I I imt ashore from thc- fishing ,. '.'" .i the cartridges anti the that you brought I although where you got .ne." "Yob wive nie an order f ? ? 1 the ki'k?" "Simply this." w.nt ob thi ? roo are a fi.' A filibuster I un ? | loose Ha takes money ..ii have done tl told so. Yon sold me guns. I'm told you've sold ? he's ready to strike a blow, sa '? to fight, ht that by ? d Utile army together Goa "iiM be afraid to start any I i Bret You Bt You had no right to go into the employment of Qoaxalea hoi could I expect a fill?" man's gold is as good as another's, isn't it?" asked the fili ?ii red the tall Ameri? can, sulkily, "to a man who doesn't know wini! honor ls." "In other words, a filibuster," said ?ort man. Tin- disreputable man smiled sadly and lit 'Th. ? mr other i went on the tall American. "There's ?rt know, perhaps, a playing I th Why don't you tell him? It will make tm difference. '? tight. I know what it means In the end. lt means ruin to | If I could bave won out by that Utile trick 1 waa nimming to turn on bim ii would havi ng. Hut 'be man: I Basal ? I a eoiiard thal cul thal out for the time be sld the Mil I entered the cafe blink 1 r..ni tbe "dJUIiantl. H. .:,,Plied in astonishment win ti be saw the filibuster and Hob Nelson to Tlie till' I bill! ? r, "my Mr Marlin, thought 1 ought tn \-.nh the fact that l boee sold bim I-1 "f arms and ? Tin- colonel sbre. .'Hitlers. "1 know it." be said briefly, "For that ill that bluff. There light I am thc liall win. Ir lt i, ' ?I ain i : Yon know that. lin willing to tight you to Hu- last i killing off a lot of people? What's all the Voil ure ro-. ? your daurh : ii want ilage with a contemptible old octogenarian that You erny me the hold pis Bare, ^om have lt me because 1 am and you want to ruin : lave in the world 1 ve got to fight for : tores SSS to. but I efer some other way." Mid tkS colonel. "There the country'- Go away. .. daughter again. niine h. e "lil not do that," said the Ameri? can, she "Thea to-morrow you will start -"?union f | ? Tnat i the a i .ii? ar, i ban- the ivor ot Un- prealdent Dob '?' nat my undutiful danghti i i call a bli : Mar : I m ? ilution, enor Colonel, and you know ll 'iiiiil' of B Miguel and iou ha. ii a little conspiracy against me, and ou know itiiti N 'lunn on r. , Idenly, and rhea it was all over ruy places would ea la ruins, my people killed, ml myself either dead or a I tins iiini when yon With force. 1 lei : much ? ; mi back and force you to give lt up. 'his filibuster here ls the only man D get arius into this country. bind bim hist and thought thal as on couldn't secure rifles from a yu Would be badly off. Hut ??M lo you, too, and OBI lout be BO badly matched. I'll give "od fight, B lionel lani .' he iaid. "your countryman -. Snd many art ridges That ? thing iboiit Qringoee. They aili sell their louis, their friends, anything fi I. II." I buster leaned wearily ob the jar. "1 haven't bad my f> 'liber, Senor Colonel." ihall. i ,,f jou "Von bought," said thi ?::,'""i loaves Of bread and "loliel laughed. "1 ii. txplain, 0 Martin, 'you know it i illllelltS lo not like things like .ililli ililli bS M. ad and fish." : Mar? lin. "l didn't ui olloqul put In the Bilbul and ordered h. I filled ll ii were unloaded from night Pi von have heard fr,-: lay, or the liol io be ? peile.1 Until to-Ei. tabled. "You sold ? i the filil, should have been more explicit nines I am a little obi,; I the filibuster's li,uni and pumped it up aud down. "Bally for you, old maa," hs Colonel, we will do on with i must be careful in BB, though. Nothing i tlinn th with your original plans. I it: the time your arms have arrived the govemmenl Will be overthrown and your old enemy and my friend Torres will be president." 'Senor Martin," gasped the i "I am sure my tl mid be : on ns thia afternoon. Will you not do i the honor of dining with Ab. thank you, I will . tell my daughter you ar. liked hurriedly out of the cafe. "I don't know what to Martin. "You'll forgive me What I said, won't you? I didn t know. And .'lt Sn BBCh to I: "o. ii\ ail right." replied the fill "I don't mind. I'm everything. It's all in the game." "I'm sure of one thing." wt Martin, 'anti that ls that blood is Minn waler. lt must have i,cn an Americas that o Tribune. i.eniian I'lnnii.. Germany bea ?ions in ? nfacture of . number and i ,,f quality A vi rj Bas Inst! l?. boagbi tl,.-re f. ? | . re ar. ? which ll" are located In Berlin. In the 'he iain" of i ri" ; " BBOUalij iirltain. At. Republii i' lu order ? Hol? li h import i Trade Journal. linn -Iel Slm-lilne. In Sla.Ua. are In waler In the winter. ?si; -* 'an put In a nickel and get five gal lint tin more. It ll nfl so that the pipes willie _ I'likr.l ihe BfM| ?>ne. ? - Tee, bu' Life. 't Ilia Eicellent Srheine. "Are you bothered much by snd tramps?" \*ot now, although I used t ? How did you s-. "I tacked a little sign i door. It es ? ?' ,in,il one almost reaches the door, but the tramps and beggars back away when t do see lt." log!' 1 sup "Oh. no." 'NVhat then?" "Ifs Just 'Workmen wai Brooklyn Eagle. She liri-ii. "There goes that ua-.hir.. said the firs' | sat at the roof garden. knew that girl when she . e was marri- sa veri? table hayseed then. And now Just look how she has devei' ." commented his friend. "She'i I widow now, and that's erable development from a hay y natural'-ChictLgoTribune. WOBBCB -nieliili.- iii?:i-ure theil happiness bv tlieir ability to make mei mheralile. MAY Wi l) A DUKEDOM. II. .,..,. |? i? I ?,,.! nilli ? Til lll.-ll I 111 i.h who -i l.otiiloii so 1 111 pill,le ' arundel by r ion bu ? ' ? Arthur Page) and Marlborough, lbr : ? helm win n tin- c ? ? of sniil. the coBtlnenl ? and thoroughly ni' to a simplt or chiffon. lbr pur'rait I,-, other I: Parla ' ? much more '. ? in Herlln. ill. one ,', maiden ami TO DEVELOP THE CHEST. v :i? I.. \\ hieii in i?..<???.,?.<? H.i.f M.'ll.lll e.... nt I al li I .,.he? ll. Three ll..Mill-. ? quickly and '' ? Urns I. ward at the ? lt ? : inc In tl ? and ar In fhrer Hain llnlli fur Pill-ma. ? ml li a summer rain. .-?: sunning them for * ed similar)] light c^r nf tn Jun There will be some shrink age. _ sell- them. Slops (In. I niiu'li .ind Work* nil Hie I obi pay. i Deters bsaioBing the battle of nfs i i- up ' uni. ii sppc I heallh ot, both." If it doesn't, trv r.unlnck Bk) REGARDING THL HAIR. ?r..|,rr l ni. ,.l I, Inn > \N hieh lim I .? \\ ninen -? In li -?ard. b Ul I ? l ' ? ARTISTIC DECORATION, ihe Clever Ai ni >>f ll.1.1 lill, nf i hi. sk " ? ? of th Hie lt. ? I I'l-i -Mi, I ., ts I hill rosie, sbooldi I tlic The i N rflffi P \* DRINK AND INSANITY. Almn.t I ni. I.mu,In Nina BS??> u wi ? the Ile lill I un nf th.- I i ir ni rr lu Iii,- I utter. M.,In an ol the .1 in the ming Up The aim. ..- ? a huh ihe uu ? ol has . brought Prominent French ? ? i s Un ment io nigh ni Amer ommoB Europe, . us that there he i "1! ?alu has reputatloa sa OOd people WI ? iiniains mk." asylum, :Ink with i, ... Referring liter, be .bl) at the pree* Bl rrimati ? about como '.'? i Ited, the . Bte I '. '.nins in er li ? nilly is fatal ilia;. mputatlon, i I iiiic. BO i through the bol. During the tim..that ? lum at ? of the ? to owe theil BBB anil .nd in th rough whole of Lon* rim thi pei lod i > linns who owed their in Intemperant .nling to Hr I : iiiiiritioii o! .1 tlcularty parsat bj iel splthellan ol the bl", , Baaing librold ba one ? ,. ? strain which lown, and lt ls ? conse BUtritlOB ls so il and far-reaching i most protean \ ? dlfferei u i ordlng to the par lla, ls il than i rn pt oms i ..tisist in ive dis mhe. of anal n.,I of hyp. ? ' ? rai ? bet ? lei polflti .iifferent h as: tl i the * the inherit ? ll nu i: , asea admitted Into of neurotic Inherit : giving el other ? I item almost entlrelj ? fl BOOB the || for although ab oholli ? EllmlnatloB la lt nt upon the acttv ? in an; :." ti rn ? thi aymi tolerance ? is prob ? . nod 0 pernicious ef ? i ? ? es IS and :* ;pear t , to Bevan Lewis, more sue of any ll mg which ? ? nt and iariai ? ? . tad ii li - wen drink and insan mate than lt was ai Perhaps thi m that drtok is the most poten I BaSBfBl disorders winn now Certalaly ti. s the OTgaa which ls ?cot disastrously affected re Imlulgence In al ohol. for although other orfjat rely lajared, Ihe outcome of the habit ls more frequeatly mental di .rna! of lin ? AN ALCOHOLIZED INTELLECT. \\ hut un \ul..|i.\ -h.na eil In the I nar ut ia Hun Hun Hail Dlr.I Mi.l ilrnl> al ha..?> < H> A man rued suddenly iu I baling to the world a strangely Im* i blighted life. The LBS upon culling open his skull found his brain immersed In al? cohol, the tunics of which lilied the room. ii >? drinker." Itel of the physicians. The physical tragedy that must have Bl ls quite familiar. Physiologists tell us BOB !, alcohol, making its way through the system, ls rejected by an ad by an In? dignant heart, thrust through the lining and distending them, crisping, perching ami charring them so that they .ann.it pelf (MB th. lr functions, at las! bursting thmi and allowing the blood and alcohol to How in anning the nerves and brain. EVIDENTLY A HEAV1 Irritating. Inflaming and lortin | .-'.the brain tiber The ' - it-.ii'l minds. NN'h.it manner of think? ing must emanate from a brain thus eoudl tit Illumine. If iou < un. a I oneil by alcohol, n ily vila .ms. utterly lacking thi f ? '1 up truth and u Picture nu Imagtnatlofl which t.. the power tOaSoar, but Instead crawls -limy reptile of an abohol-:-,unrated Judgment, controll? ing lin gt ss, cr an a Stimulated reason trying tn weigh nf national rnotoeol In affairs nf State, the mind now unduly elated, becoming uncon? trolled and finally paralyze,! Ooastd er what an alcoholized affection must ? Belted, passionate. Finally, let the Bated for one awful mom ? the depths of despair tha sounded whee the human coi shall tl ? by alcoholic stimulants ? in guard as an Inward monitor, but lies mai v wounded .lying ihinu'. Physicians tell us emphatically that the akohoticlBg pru,, sr ls BOt den. bot gradual, the work*of moaths and rears, and ls unquestionably tak? ing place In the i '. women who would Indignant* . elotiL- to the drink iaa Meaawblle the world at large is corni s pan in the tragedy, which ii not nilly the men and women who drink, and their Immediate families and offspring, but Involvt woman sad child with whom they cnnie in I OBI ? Every day we are obliged to tolerate and submit te iu emanating fmni alcohol brains, to accept from the courts lodgments distorted hy al? coholized thinking, to Intrusl I to the vitiated latellecta of men who are moderate drinkers, to ta politics ami Its measures of corruption defiled by the deadly drag. The fumes of lt are everywhere: OB th? in the city halls. In the street , ar. In the court room, even la I ronni, broofbt by limo- enf children upon whom ti . forced At times one ls almost compelled tn that whole communities nf re law-abiding citlxens are BaeoBBclouel] tts fumes as they sit Insensible or In? different to tb- dann.-rs which such a eon.inion of things portends - Cnlor Signal -,,, lui Life. who do hil:.. thirst after righteousness In life. V sining infusion of righteousness, sc that there shall I charita' healthy aniuseun nt and Intel. . Kev. B. II Harris. Tr;lan ll. "A scientist bas that i certain kind of music kl. l the man from the cit) hipping two as he spoke. il so?" replied the summer board i I a fresh swarm, "then Farm >< ks must have heard of li his daughter to sing t I'vevt-ningaftersupper." mercial Tribune. Um rim,,nial t ,,in i,i,.ml.r. -?lng, up my mind to ask you t ? my wife I know 1 am ul worthy of you, but? Alice?Say no more. Harold. I at You may be unwortt; but? Softlelgh?But what, Alice?Half a loaf is Utter than a bread.-Tit-Blts. Knew Mer Lesson. "Miss Nellie," said the Sunda] school superintendent, addressing oi of the pupils in the sweet 16 clas ?what are we taught by the parab of the five wise and the Ave foulis virgins?" "That we should always be on tl lookout for the approach of the brid) groom," replied Miss Nellie.?-Cindi nail Enquirer. i .iiiM- ni Lsekjaw. . ia , ,,r ti-t.it. ' by n ii bacillus or germ w hash exists plenti fully in street dirt. I: - lung ns exposeil tn the air. but when beneath the -km ns in the -. aod when the oil led to activity poison , !... destroyed and all danger of lockjaw avoided by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm hoe* ihe injury i- reeeivod. rain Balm is ant.- causes ind like injuries i without maturation and ifl one lliiil the time required by the iisssl ? ? ... - the lollly lilllie, i i-i lu- bas a gr. iit snap. vI'.ii.ei i-.iii.nu ie that will ? -;, -tem. set the liver m action, remove the bile, clear tbi n, c.ire beadeehe iind leat iste iu the mouth. The famous little pill- for doing SOSh work pit latlj are De Witt's Little Karly Risers. Hob Mis,re. of Lafayette, Ind., says: "All other pills -??d gripe und sicken, while HeWitt's Little Km -imp -..',.1 DJ I 1 S NN'iii-t mu Hrug < ii. Shorter hours for tlie baker- it, , melin -ii.,iu-r Bleeraot. "lt was iii most, a miracle. Burdoes terrible break mg out all over the body. I uni lei) grateful." MISS Julia Kilbridg. ? .mi. liven Hie linnie attachment- of tin bachelor sherill an- strong. Hu- Halve I hal Heal* i leaving a scar ii I'. '" The name Witch lla/.el i- applied t.. ri - NN ll.-h Hazel !,e nhly Witch Haze made thal contains the pure unadulte? rated witch hazel. If any other Witch Hazel Kalve i- offered yon terfeit. E. c. lvNVitt invented Witch M - \i ld for er, or blind, i protruding ??? Fault fl adi Og ti ii . -. -inging knut. N I lill lol III-pep*l.i. I lind ! 'j - lorin :inil felt ii -I till the time. hu) eetiog until after I BOSd Kodol Hyspep-iii Cure which bas com? pletely eineil me. M - NN NN Inr, Hilliard, Ps "* - ol ?trength, nervoui ooo* itipetion, bad breath, sour risings, in* digeation, dyspepeis an.I nil stomach troubles are (|uickly cured by ibe BBB dui. Kodol i-epr.ms the natur? al ju: -,iou combined with the greatest koowa tonie mid ree ?1 ne proper! -??-. peri* d iweeteai the stomach. Heil r, cin,uti unooverea multitude of st , ailed theatrical perform i l nure?lull- ul a Priest. K.-i. .Iii". - Ooi, of NVike, \,-k . writes, "For 13 > rad from Yallon in.in,lie-, I cousulted a cumber ..f physicians and I medicines, but gui no relief. Thea I begun ti, trie Bitters .-uni Hint lind nie in it- gru?p f..r luelle yaaia." If you wan! a reliable nedi Liver and Kidney trouble, e lull*or.|.-r or general debi lil y,gi'I l-.leetri'- Hilt' - . ,1 hy White .i Co. Oelj Un--iiiniuer gul gel- her veiy li-rt rory "Ibm -: i d. Maui Motlier- ufa Like Opium.i. i , raj - ?f my children waa lubjeel to .:.'! till- guing of Chamberlain'! Cough Remedy promptly, al ways brought relief. Many moth' ligliborhoodthink the about Hil- rellieily un.! want no other kind fnr their children. ? by ihe winston Drug I A New S oik sinarelii-t n-cently threw Hie police nfl Uk BOBOt by taking a bath. Cares Baosaiitlam sad rstsiTi bubM. cnn- seiil lr -. Send , -imply u rite and . Balm rn our exp* i Botan'c Blood Balm I'.. B. B.) kills or ile-ip,)- thc poi-on iii tin- blood which e .infill ne -. und BS, ililli culty in moving i bone , its, of rle i ? the foul brae) throat, bod beni yiog before tho - ,1 catarrh. red buii dredi . i' si tad nd piitetit med ie i i ie- li ul nil failed. Most 01 tl cured pul,.-nts bud take I Blood Balm | eil for chi-..! I in 'Ter the -i mi'.oms of rh..limn Ism or I lifter Inking I'.i Balm. It muk. i ir <! j giving a healthy blood -npply. Cures are permanent and not ?liing up. I -. <1 per large bul ul...si Balm .bing your trouble *., busy reforming everything in ABBI BB*! tune to reform anything in particular tates that tin- "J. M." cigai gar Ullin HEN Kit Al J Ol - li iii \. i ie and lt. Liniment While a ? ss ' "? netlimg wrong with the political convention that tsSBB't either "point Otto pride' or "view with Bi? nnu _ Nm. kinin >U.il Non Nr. lukin:: . Ie|,?* | llill . Hie formula i- plainly ? I ly Iron and Pay. 60c. i kary. J