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fire nw. mi <ti nil ?d bf I'UI.III fi I'UI.I.II. -lilli llMIII. Ill till ? . II IlilVl - , ; "ii tbs bed uh the : to her 'Ul um! y Wtiai We ll , . after all . ted fr,,in l beada by the inwillliiK : i them d tithers era ami iutiueoos for left Ihe ; iii.-.1. the in the ? . .-I circle, ? --..ii tin ? lHil M. .-MIHI, Kt -|..ct. ' to mir . tmither, .J. I il in all tlie rolsv Ived, . iiiiilifiil r, the Church a lie tn univ a unod s loving 1 fut her. ? lill beh I od, I UK that ll "the Uight , eork." ir deep ? ?ion- be , ? J B K I' , Ri ta.,!-.I. SUM). -.lill bs OB known to :i being ? i iititi-i-li of the ft Hliulll ' . doing ? ? . for list i. answering I BO nue W. A. Wi La Urina** Cough ' \ Lots Letter. " roe re ? I.KlKKs ami PIBSONaiLB. in ?arresl i is air, ? I Powhatan, spool ol Hu- week un,,am. b Man ""ni BIB ul tenthill- tl,,. Rnaooks Fair uni ii i i.',kkI gold* boa "tory to tell you, A-k hu, Pbs fio-t lille him I,,.,,,, f,.|t |B ,||(. m. Int ll .|.ii.-ken- Hie -te), im.l |1vea i new thrill to all Ita "N.ui kin ku ,ii.-y lookla up wbar ?ya Brothel Ok key, "ob . u'l nu hitrlu-i .Inn i|,. l,,,v,. il( fa ol Hu- Normal , purim- lawn tenn! Hu-cun- win ,?,ii be |a K,Hxi lprill.r iimi tbs gams will bs in full bb We wire mi*i;ikeii insayingtbal tbs leal 1.1ni,if the county court would I* ?mlir. Tl,.- J muni', will el-?-? ? io lie nongra)ul ited .; Iiitteruesi ij it- rnghtful form never l .ibiin (I Pul a I mt |iiill it np ii is - I *an. :tt ibis ? : i- unusual, im! such I Mt . week ls ?'> ? .. ml 2,0011 -nil? ibili to hive them Tu ? h.I tue DapSf from non ',,, Ju i. 1, 1905, f.r mie (iollnr. W ie ul fail the polls ami deposit your ballot like a man, yea, rather s . lue people make oni law.-, bel important .\ pu. i, i, .-r bas recently charged that sinourpubl D'tevso attend church servioes, hut it wasn'l i i'linic I. (ward teacher, fr teachers io our schools do attend church with? out exception we believe We want to know ju-t how arneb ?.un Mr Barber niu'le ob that Held nf w hich mention was bo ids in tba Herald and bow much waa mads >n that of Mr. Dannli ons w ill kindly rei-ort. Mr. lite. d..rick ll. McRobert, a now living in New Vork, wai in town Wedtieaday. He kt cn mu;- for re , lu,ni- doty. He pani tbs I visit and we were glad tosbaks iii- hand. I nvltatlons have i for the ? ? on the _!Ttil Ina! , of Mr. Jil-. ?c.,,!-,ii and Miss Birdie Weddell Cox. The e.-icm,my will lake place in lin- home of Mi. and Mi-. Paul, Mm,'Iii-Li, Va, nt >'? o'clock p III. , \ a fannel leave town on la-t Monday with an air tight Stove f.r BBS in the tamily -it ting room, sad N. in,,i,- cheerful i>i?en lire plait- of Which the li p. writi - Hut lime* ebBBflS ami men .-. iiii Hu in. Mr. I). B Hundley, who tonghi the old court boues bonding at \v it down preparatory I I univ IS of the new - building. Hs was surprised not to Had a eoraer stone of Hu bricks be noticed thia lo* acrtptlon, "1831 < 1-8*12 " Win tbs ma-iii- at that linn- .' m -t dictatorial tblag of the age i- the physicians thermometer ii rnandateB are to bs rigidly obeyed bo tualter BOW the patient proUB I feel all right and only want to eat and '?. hut the thermometer responds, "you are ? n, you have fever and must not eat nor move from your bad, nor BBS company." len ITis.ii-.anil (Inn. lie in the United Slate- hiiM- u-cd the ? Church will bs glvsn i never they paint. . whnh you do w hen you buy thin paint in a BBB with a ftbel on il. make U, therefore winn you d gallons of paint, buy on* !. A M.. and mix ^x gai ? linaeed ..ii with it. :iiy four gallons of I,. A lt, mid three gallon- of Oil mix cd therewith to paint a go Houses painted with these paints iiflei 1*. years. \|tpi<i;uiiin- aairiaBe. Hie home of Mr. ami Mr*. W I . | -,i," near Cha-e City, i.i a pretty weil. ding on November nth, when mai Lillie Silencer will lit, onie the hride ol i Rios, of Lynebbarg. Mr. .i ith Un Virginia liff lu-ur.iii-, < .mpany.ami ; Mr J. V. Rles, of Farmville lbs) BttiaCtlVS .laugh I and Mi-- W i' Bown*! i Lunenburg eooaty, ami bagradaah ,f Kichmoiid , ' -I'life," if J '?Obelisk" floor. ),.i i: ut. ?li wei A \ . want gisod \\ l| I'S J i udp l.iiiiil. ! live hundred Buckingham hind well woodsi and watered, convenient to rai good neighborhood, hut wltboal balbi ? SCI . (ininti (unit ami 1'ullili-s. I he ti .?(,,hei lei in ,,f thecoiiuly court li I'm,,.' Kdwaid, wh- held la-t Mon it clem and BtaelBg Bl wu- Ihe 'lay iud though political speaking hail heen announced, the ci,,wil in allen BBS unusually small, even fm this ,-,,linty, Whoas curt-day dowd* li-ive loin* -m,-e hecoliie things of the past. The tl i.-ki-t wi- sm ill to i, mid had upon it no es ral interest. Hon. K. (J. Southall Bas | was iiitroiiuceii by JadgsCruts in lbs sbasuca of Cbalrflsan W. B Anderaoo, and having thanked the Dcinoetatic voters of Prime Kdward for having given him Hie large-t majority of any Of the .-..untie- of the SOBgri district, except dis own, then proceed ed todellvei a strong, practical dtacnss* i ui ol liciii,, nnv m geneial ami urg lag preparatlona f,,r the |rea) tight of 1904, when thc laane win -mi be people of in my va that of the few . Tbs SBBBkBI ceeding very calmly and deliberately until SOBSS "lie in the audience pro pounded a question which brough) the -ulj,-, t ,.f the mdt pendent ? Bl to Hie front, ami then tbsu Bob" S tit li? lli I of hattie began t I come to the fore too, and he -imply poured hot -Int m to the lank-of the secret emmy more to I tbaB ll.I Cll foe He Illa,lc Sarnesl pim f,,| lbs return of Judge Mann lo the BsnatS ami Mr. OWSO td the House ami cl..-eil with an appeal for DeflBocratie iinlty ami bb* Ihualaam Mr, l-l ** iiinilei-, who is running a- independent against Judge Mann ? i.t ai <l followed in au :ie 1 attack on the Manu hill ami ci?N, legislation in general. Hs Bas listened to respectfully ami when hs closed, Mr Southall took th? ugai!! ami for a few minutes simply tu;.de Hie "fill liv." Ile S ried o lt "hold enough." li ?ii- our iit-t | ol lt leal diversion hud ni Prime Edward f,, time, ami there ass i smack of nld unit- flavor ai,out it. We maj bo! bave another thia asBeon, bul when 1901 is well iiii we will have month- of it. Wi, k nu the -aiilltlicril. A head-on collision occurred on the Southern railway between Ksysvtlls and Melierrin Stool SUS o'clock M,,ti? dily un,iiimg, and in the cra-h Wbicfa followed four person- lust their lives and liye were injured i mail coaches of the two Ham- Wtn hu! tint none of the paaBSBgl i- wi? ly hurt. Tbs victims of the adair? I li.i lost their lives, as well ?j'treil? were all employe- nf tbs eiiiipiiny <>r postal BStrtli dd. wife of Condiii-tor Rodd. Tbs four trainman were Instantly kill? ed. Nearly all the dead and injured were from Richmond. Tbatrains were Noa ll anti ls. \V. H. Redd had I | No. ls, which waasoathboood. The dead arc: M. K William*, p eta! derk. L S. Dillon, lliigmiin. Danie] l'lm-hum, lireman. K. ll UWI ll, engineer. ?ijiired are: J. Dorsey Tyler, higgngeiini Charle- Karmer, engineer. W. D. Kudd, conductor. W. J Jackson, .ol,.red li reman. Mrs. Iturlil. wife of Conduct ir Kudd. I nu lire Alarm-. Shortly after midnight of Friday an .ii uni,,(iii.- b*bs oaassd by lbs barn? ing of a sasall house beyond ' Kow "owned by William Kpp- and s0* enptsd by a crippled dad AlU-rt Chit,,nie, colored. Tbs BOOBS WSS futilely cili-iimed, heing I b of water, and the negro WM badly bumed ahout the hand and arm in trying to -ave-onie of his ellect-. Another cry of lire ami ringing of the ball rent the air Wednesday morning at -i o'clock, the oc.-a-ioit li- ing the hiiin ing ufa small frame h..use mi I Hill, owned ami occupied by Mary Keul. The woman was asleep at the tune ..f the lire and when re-cued from her perilous po-itioti ttie bad had caught the lire ami wasahla/e. I kaagS of Si lieilnle. '?'he Farmville and Powhatan Kail mad company Bill inaugurate a change ni their schedule tomorrow morning. ? unlay Kithmond train leaving herc at li','1 a. m., will he taken ..IVand continued only mi Mondays, Tbs train will hiive Karmville except Sundass and M.unlay- at B*fiO a. rn , ami re? turning arrive here at I"21 p. m. Dened te < undina john Bsymoni Holmsa, -on of mir former townsman, Mr. Ken Holman, and M liss Luring Smith elo|ied Tut.-day ami were married at ?li City, N. C. Both ISSI Bed IB Norfolk, and the following il Hiern hy the Dispatch of thal city ; Ihe hillie and groom are both weil-knowii and |topular in this eily The hilde i- one of Norfolk'- moa) channing and popular young ladies, and with the groom has s host of fl lend- here opera llmise. Next Kinlay night the Kina-nui Con? cert Company of Kii-hmoml, will give an entertainment in the K:irmvil!e Hones for the Uni lit of the Episcopal church of this town. Over om bandied Uekets have already bean spoken f"t and the outlook for a full tones is proiiii-ing. Kuli nf Moimi-. Kor the week ending Octolter IT, IM. High School: Henry K>.ils?, BUBB Smith, Marj-iie I hoinp-on, Irving Armstrong, Spencer Armi-tead, LiXtOB Si ahles. (irailc-. (8> John D vite, Lena Oil liam, Lawrence Smith, (icrinaina Wing,.. :, \\ ilt> M.,ni-. Lillian Rb ? Womat k. '.. I.i/./ie <'illiam. Kiiimett \Vel,-ter, ti. rtrude I'llliam, Max i.laman, K.li/a Iteth Smith, Samuel Wootton. Jilin.- Cowan, Henry K Rebiaaoa, Myrtis skinner, I.,-. Diniueller, Fields Chi, Hen iv VoSsS, Kverett Wilkel - I uni Kraiiiischwei/, L BBlS Dninieller, Eddie Laucantci BT, Walter Cray. Only one resssdy to the world that will al once stop Itchiness ol I in any part of the hody. I loan's oint? ment. At anj drug itore.fjOeents. LIBRARIES FOR THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. ? ti want a go.,.1 library of inter esting h.M.kH : ii.i',1.' If so, you have an excellent opp .rtuuity t,, get it. The II,mid will -how - anil ali that is needed to wm th uiatic work (bf lbs i ? U.-ad tbs following of! fully, and then writ, ; hlanks and wm a prize: Pot IO asw sanuai subscriptions thi Herald will | iription* the Herald w ill give a *-.'?, library. Poi 30 new annual subscriptions tbe Herald v. ill give a *--' Ubi Foi -', nea aniiiial subscriptions thc Herald will _ivea|20 library. Pot 2D new annual aubacriptiona the Herald a:i! -arv. For 1 ,,,- the Pc* lu new annual BUtjSCriptioOS tilt* Herald will nive a*; Ubi Poi 8*nea aimu il ina tbe Harald will gives | Klanks will bs furni-heil fi., sch.mi| wishing to WlB a prize. A I,lank will bs needed f,,r ea ? r, and .uk- iiiii-t !-? lilied ami by the teacher ol the school. ' seri pt ion will becouuted unless banded in mi these blanks. in.,. tbe Harald stating toa many blanks you think you can - may combine and a getnei if they wtab, lt bette) : itll ceo tlo alone, hut in soma cases il m i holli a luigi- Behool aad a weak ons li combine. i- n sxsmpls, ons might gel le? ihan aigbl sui Aa tbe 11 ie? than this number, a school a leas number mlgbl c.,mi,me with a larger school and ti tn,- ol tba bO .ks. to i?- ilia i,I. ,| u- Ihe two schools might decide. If a subscriber to lbs Herald wishes to help you secure a library, n-k lum lo -end lin IO -oil.' . ,|s. .-. I.I w inning a DI aglee li the follow in:.' c min, mus) bave a -una!' ? , w bleb to place Ihe hook.-; and Ile ,.,-,? min) have i ii mg of cloth to pmt cl the h ?,k- from dual and exposure. Any school can g. t ai.keane made and given l public spirited citizen nf the nt bond. lin- lilia:,I ha- a-ki ,1 Superi nten . glsaton i" select all Un? ite furnished i y tbs Herald in I ? ie*i f,,r prize*, li a Behool already bas a library, the Herald b ill sss tbal no ,:>? duplicated and if a school er tain hook- aol on mir li-t tbs Herald will gel them if th, var. ed by the .?"inn., deni. Nc I w eek a partial hst of bOOBS will be piihli-hcd in order thal the children, teachers and parin know tue character of the booka thal w ill bs given. children and leecbei good library for youi scbsjoli lt', work that b in-. All lt coal ell'ort. i Bants Hie * : cl*. I'he children WOO I the I he people want Hi- Herald. ? illy: 'I bis ..il. i February l-l, 1904. bacrlption will bs taken for tbe lihrary after tbal date. All subscrip? tions III il-1 bs BOC ni,' mi, 1 With the oaeb, ami ie for subscribers no) already mi dui rabacrlptlon I.k-. communications to tte .nil- Heb liiiniville. Va, Sup-rintendent's Endorsement. Wi nisi i am, Va., o : your pinn fol fumi-hi-hing Ubi tbs pantie schools, and will lek ecting suital Hie-,l.I* winning the prizes. Ymir ? ms I,, ms a isry literal one, and I iiii-i ii may bs 'h.- mt giving to o;ir child:- Dumber . ? Of all mn ii, eds I der (hi- our A library In each schoolroom would awaken tbe minds ,,f tbs chil? dren, make them better students, give them an added Interest In tbe make them in,ne regular in attendance ami open t,, them s world things of which very few ,.f them gs) even a glimp-e. And tbs | would ul-" derive great i thSBS hook- When they wei hoiue by tte children, Vary truly yours, '.ih *- J k. Lick.) Party. ly Hall of tbs Normal school was Hu- scene of much merriment lay night "tacky" party ariangcd by the student-. One had hut !o step iii-idc the door to imagine biflSBSlf In SOBJS oas realm where grotesq pb gather shoo) and di kinds ,,f weird ;intl ludicrous anti,-. Many of tin.-ninl.- tingly funny and attested the originality ami fun loving spirit ,,;' Um A pi lations and ins. ind and given to the delight Of all pre-cut : iking parl 'ii i. did BS with milch credit lo thi ir ahili iie- ami won well merited s| A feature nf tte sn Ding Bas s mock wedding ceremony, Tte bride was tastefully attired in white with a veil of fine lacs curtain fulling In graceful line- h. tte Moor. Tte Cl quits well perforated, tte bridi looked very charming and ll, ned iii tte bonds of good fellow-inp for tte remainder of tte lena Tte faculty wa- well repre? sented a majority being p Vaughan, m tte chara,'? old ,- tiered Bsrvanl gaven very amua liption ..f various merni the faculty which Created COBS) mirth among tte -iud. nt*. In tte early part of I he evening, aftsi ly bad BSSBsmMad, Mr. Jones and Mr. Manomi cleated 'pi ni hy marching in, unexpectedly, in h. costume-, amid a fOBI of appian laughter, After enjoying a largs part ol the program tteeompaay wa- invited to tte dieing room when I ing collation awaited Lively talking and laughing, mingled with ile ching of daintie-i-n-ued fora tune when all mice more repaired t,> lbs Aaasmbly Hall and the remainder of the | wan carried out Mr. Mulloon favored the company with tutioii iii negro ami In-h dial* t. Al : elusion of the program ih paradell before tte judges who eil thc prize to Mr J lng the tackiest bobing p- I 'I'his sntertalBBBsnl and it was only necessary to look into the fae- ,,f (toSS pr. sent to know that all had a good time. Many thanks aie due ihe youiik- SB willingly and edicielilly SBTTSd lbs tshles, to those who contributed bl tbs progrsm, i, Mr-. Morris -I. aad Mr. c.x fat tteli part in the preparation of the R Moinircli over pain. Burns, cuts, sprnins, Min..- relief. Pr. Thoinss' Klectric Ott, At any drug - Smoke tin- "J <'lia*. Balesby sell-1 "siiinl.i.i iii l.ininilli-. ?r Baturdsy, ihe sn ut in full fi .inly iii BsBlatlai m I lefi.-hiiig. Ofoonrsa ..ur eberel Bl In full force too am) al well people inu-t have enjoyed the day ll without i regular* j '?olidlli ted hy Mr. C K. I'.'igg. Mi. Munroe, of Hu- lin ! morning and even ?ie Presbyterian church. l'r Potts S/M with his ii'ople a. Mr. Tbompaoo. I-ni ,l:u man addressed the V . ? ling, w Inch was. held iii lbsbetureroom ,,f the Piesbytariaa Church, and uta,l< -,ve and iii-tiuciive tnlk drawn !'r,,m the life ol Bl h. impressed es? pecially iipm Hu- young men | Was that when Solomon was called up? on to under laka great work he went tn Hod In prayer and u-ke.i f..r wisdom Hui Strength, mid then drew li mom did m anaflairofmag. minde so we should do in Hie every day :.- nf hf,-, for after all there i- in, -niall wln-re duly i- cm,-cine,I. .- unil-iliilly gund. by Mi? Mlnoi added greatly to the occasion, wblb Hu- playing of faultless, as is her -lout to in dc Feelers ur tin- asa Massa I .i?. 1 hy tte BtlOg w ide ii lt l- the Iii ? t law that Virginia ha* ,|,plies h. all Ita Bilks. The new game law i snd imp -ri mi changes , :,. and -pedal pro led for iii-e.-tivoroii- and song h. riii ilic attention layby W. L. Lynbam, state a li i visited the -ton- of alticbmond auctioneer and -topped the .HU' hud tha' Bad ? I, d: Lj nu mi ; iformed Hie iwmr th i' he could hold Hie turi!?au ,\ iii,-h had h.eii in captivity be ? , n ictmenl of the law- hut if 'il the -cller and hu;. liable for a line ol Pleas br Bale. i. ..ne High Grade Upright Piano, In dark mabogao -hghlly uaed, and cannol he told from one liall \ddre? Mkbi i Bi Boa. ld list. . . :?-. . . Pads. Cuni. Blank, I - Rough d . k>. I for and delivered any? where m town C. o. li. We giiiiran i,-e satisfaction ? liva us a mal. I aiur, ii,, dry. Viriu.il N.-li..ul Nulls. Mi. Lewis Jcniiii bricks* . ie Jen ?l-t Week. Mr. Dickinson, of Buena Vbta, sail? ed to -ee Mi?M:ny UlaagOW, of Koi'k Suoday, Mlases Janb and Hatti to Lynchburg Friday afternoon, when ? I --t- liaiiiia Wasblngton street, until Bun* . Wliile lhere tbaj ? l il pb Mac ,:i ootsV I Warri? ner, of friends in tte town ami at tte . Mi? L union'- iii ?. Va., h ivs I.n visiting her at tbs boms of Mr. C. I Thc picnic crowd thal had planned to lay al Willi* .Mountain under Hie ch iher. Dr. RobL Fraser stopped 'or a few boursonly.al tte -hool Tuesday morn? ing and was met with many a teartj handshake among old -Indents and lllelid-. Ile wu- oil hi- wai' to I Ile country on bos : , iln s ans of hei lliiliipdeii-Sldney friend- Friday evening at her home In l*d>alf of the iiiuent of h.-r Normal I ?/sated 1 mao to nig, uml as* -i-i ni .in.- ol iluee small children, for limited tims. Only ii In family. |16 per m.tutti lo righi pally. Address willi ? I .il ma ill. i iie Lera! Pt-ess. Another lui- well ,i'linnity owe- the prime duty of support to ita local press. If B man BBB BflOfd to lake only one papal bs Should take hi* BOBBI lt' he cnn go further ami take a daily let that bs hut tte i-upplt iiiei.i to hi county pap.-r. The old Creek adage "know tbyaeir," should bs expanded Into "know thy neighbors" and tte way 1" do tbal is to support your hollie pa|ier. Then Bomtelp* ? In any county than a good newapaper, filled with neigbl ind dealings willi all i cnn. latesaat aa tte weekly press usually does f.inlyaud honestly." And y.i SOBBS people fail toaopnofl though it cst- only two ? BOtS B week. We repeat, such people can') feel much Kt doo! neigh Pat --.il'. i make, with large mirror, 13 stops, in dark oak .?ii u*ed only a short while, will -ell at a gn Address Pf_41 BB, .ar.- lin- ..Dice. N'.llll I. ? j qualified a- sdminiatratris of the esl itt- of my late hii-hand, J. H. Wall, I having 'i-i him t" ! hem : nowloi make pietstpi payment , ii. Wall, Adssx. i,,r Bali. one lard OH Apply to W. i Wall 1'ai.er in greatest variety, bot! in pm -,,f print,at 11 - ' Cha- I. M." I'lgari ; Moihlerl Snap Minis Sii.'M.kki, Va., Oct. 90, 'Ot, l-armcrs an- through curing tol.a. and are BOW planning to -trip and try tin- market. Tte wheat crop has t-een BB led ami while not as much .- qj I gt sst acreage has been .nteiiding, however, that oats are nmre profitable. BJ who visited Kichmoud lax) week sud took in the pleasures of tht -h..w were Mr. K. B. Hughes BUd Mr J.I. Sw.s.pe. Mrs. M. Kiie ami daughter, of Sunny rn- -pending -onie day- with Mr- Lewis Crawley. Mrs. I'.arksdale Blanton, of Powha? tan, and Mr. A. A. Blanton and family, ,f Kichmoud, have lieen visiting in the home of Mis. S J. Illanton. Mr. J. Mettauer Crute aud fami'y will reside in future at Lons Oak. I.ll tl I Winkle*. Taro, Charlotte Co., Oct. Kev. scruggs, ,,f Nehra-ka, preached B line sermon at Spring Creek church Sunday morning, and also a line one at lbs -ch,, ' h nea near here Sunday evening. Mr.Josi Diekersoa, ,,f Drakes Branch, I guest of this neighhorhood iy and Monday. Mi? Blanchs Cobb ls visiting lui si*. ter this week, Mr-. John Kraduer. Mr. Willie (Jobb and Mr. Clarence Carwile left this nt ighl. irhood la-t week for Koauoke, where they ex l*'ct to lind work. Mr. Willie Crute ls dowu m l'riuce Kdward sowing wheat, where lu- ex? pect- t . live another year. Mr. Willie Carwile, of Madisonville, ii- (Say hoine la-t week from Charlotte Courthouse at night, aud was attacked hy a negro. He had ly cut the Mr. Carwile had lieen after after money tu pay the carpenter* od, Who bad just finished his line house. H.- i- now mi hi- crutches hopping around his farm. Ihe muting will liegin st Spring obi) Bundey. Wssmsxpectiag Hrother Thompson, of ymir town to OS with us. LHrilagtsB Heights Hut*. Darlington Height-. Va., t Oat, -", i ??? Tte Kev. Mr. Williams, now pa*t,,r if Spring Creek church, will commence next Sunday. Ile Will commence a protracted meeting ue\l I'lie-,I.iv. He B ill he a? l-ted hy Di Tbompson, of Karmyille. We leam ioday that Mr. Doh Koherts, near Smithville, had his suhle and a Urge lot of forage and farming lapis* - dastroysd by lire last week. Hon. WC. Kranklin and I. W. Crute ? pent se'.eral day- this week at the >bb home of Mr. H. W. Cohh, of Charlotte. They r.-p ,rt a delightful time. We are glad to rep,,il that Mrs. Nellie Poster, who bes beta sn iii is improv? ing very fast. We were very much grieved to baal if tte death of Mr. Kminet Ligon. He ? it niiiiiy friend- in 1 lu- -edi,m. Ilanipili ii-Milncy llerilhllllgs. Il sMPDBB BlBBBT, Va., J Oct. -H, 1001 ) Tte HUI la quiet ant) yet we liave ons vi-itor, who insists that Inion Theological Seminary should l-s return? ed to the old home. Kichmoiul oder* ii..such attractions, no such natural Web Cul-hlessed environ? ment*. Tlie foot hall game hetween Huge Academy ami Hampden sidney, waa -pulled and resulted in favor of Hainp den-Siilney hy a large majority. Mrs. H. H. Patrick, of Inion Semi? nary, is vi-iting on the Hill. Mr. Monroe who preached in Karol? ine bel Sunday, pSMJ u-a hurried and eCCeptabb CalL We are looking for? ward to the coining of Mrs. K. W. Vein ahle with thrilling interest. The ann.tun eiiien*. of the marriage of Mba Mary Keynolds, ou the 2Mb III*! , 111 NswpOTt NeWS to Mr. Keel, d rea Ited Mrs. JiiinesOhver i- visiting the old home, in Ash laird. The piihhc -chool here is iii chargeof Miss Kinma Venahle and BBBSbSIS lars. Mi- May Hannan is in liuckinghsui | tte family "f Mr. Cleveland K.lcan. - Sallie Dlililiuigttili, Su.-ie Ven? ahle, of H.-impiien-Sidney, Addie Ven? ahle, of Parmvllle, and Dr. Holliday will go with Mr. K. W. Venable to Covington on the occasion of his niar rrarh I .ilk. Tkavis, Va., Oct. U, I Our neighhorhond is utiiiHUally ,pnet -m.e the d. parture of Misses Annie Gilliam and Myrtis Kass for Oak GrOTS Academy, ami Mi-s Kuti, Cilliam for tte Normal. Mr-, li. A Hunt left last Thur-day fur a lengthy visit to relatives m Ken? tucky and Tennessee. Mis. W. B. Oates and two children me visiting relatives in Kichmond. Me?rs I". i*il Kruce, Krank Gilliam and Ibm Bib Kruce attended Kich ui uni - BofM BbOW. They reiNirt a line time. Mi? Adtlie^'oster and Mrs. H. A. Knut -pent jonday night in tteboepi' tahle home .ifMrs. B. A. Ligon, near Kihi M.sire visited at Travis last week. Mrs. H. W. Bruce ami Master John 11.-hr spent several days at Mr. John ? * lank I n ink*. Ai-iio.s, Va.. Oct. .'", IM We are sorry to note that our neigh* - nu Hooper and fsmlly lefl our neighborhood today stid moved ti ymir town. Many of their friend- spsBI Monday with them. Mr. Jack Hanson left last week foi nu his ftieiid, Mr Baxter Cralle. They expect to vi-ii their friends in Virginia Christina-,. - Willie and Neil Oswall havt returned to theil linne in i'eiiusylvauh after spending a pleasant time witt their hrother, Mr. Harry Oswall. Nannie Mi-Crack, day with Mrs. Karrsr. The long expected frost has heen t Be us at last. The cool mornings tuak us draw near the tire as in the cider Little Lizzie Bnearts bm ed from -i-hool with -ore throat. We bona abs will soon bs abie tu take bar place again. lenin r fat Vknni.k, l'r Kd. Co., 11 Hie farmer-of Hil- section are BBB busily engaged sowing wheat, hut it is d that the crop -seeded will I* smaller than usual, SS sonic are -owing nats and grass with the tofB of realiz im.' larger prollts Hi-su have SBSfl deriv? ed from wheat for several years past Kev. P. M. Bell coudu. meetiugsat i'uiey RbfajB bal We are glad to say it wa.* sf mueli ?aod. Mi-. Wm. Kruest K? Sunday In visit friends and rein I.yiichhurg. We wish her a | stay. Misses Msrie and Hattie Biker -pent several days with their cousins, Mis*-v*j Sallie ami Addie Hunter, af Rad last week. They report i , time. Mrs. lir. K. Walker letuiiied h. her home today after a very pleasant visit to friends and relatives m 1'n-hiiioini, Mr. James Durpliey, of the "Hill City" BBBBgaea) ia tte home of Mr. lt. T. Bosser last week Mrs. W. Andrew Baker, of Hamp? den .-.,lucy, i--pending Hil-week with her lister, Mr*. Horace Baker. Bi M.idi soo Title. Mi- Plnkasy Gbna, of P~-oapsct,BB* peels to vi-it bar asa, Mr. Jon. week. Wewill welcome her in our mid-1 vie Baker returned lo b near llsmpden fUdnSJ la-l week aller a visit of two months wah hei Mi*. Kinma Baker. She will I* great ???<! hy her many friend-. Mi ?Lizzie Keyiiolds visited her home l*eiple last Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Berkley, of Bough Creek, and their daughter, Mr* Kiln aril Carwile, of lin- place, attend? ed the ht *e-how in Kichmoud, la-t week. Kev. P, M Bell is OOaductiBg ? of nieetlng at Kive Korks Hus week. We ho|s> that much ginni may hedoiie. Mi? BUBB Mickle, of Adelle, sp, nt la-t Sunday night with Mi--- Lottie Wood son. Mi-. Capt. Johnson, of i'ampliu City, visited Mr-. Hen ftoBBSt BBB day last week. Micppiinl-Miul-. Sn ii ta n us, Va., Oct , : Some tiuie ago one of your lie-i citi? zens?a native of Buckingham told me te hated tn OOSBS to Suiyi tte old home la-cause of tte many i -o very ? iaj si his friend* ami lovel om- had passed to the "(iieat Beyond Thal -et tin? to thinking of lmw very many of mir Karmville friends have gone, and tu one like myself, who oftst town, it always causes a feeling of -ad n.** when we nu? the familiar laces Of tho-t who Used tn greet u- BO 'hei ri Ij a- we drove ill town. The -ad death of Mr. Knimett I.igo-%recalls this, and there are few men who will la* "BON iiu?ed fruin yetti town. "He always treated bbs libs s "pmtlsasaa, nnd "He was my friend," ls the well-nigh 11111 VSrsal expression concerning I. But Hu ie m.--,. many other- that I hardly know whats to hsglaln naming them. We nu** Hr. Thack-hni mut ffaU Gill, yes; ead Capt Ben. Hooper and Major Henry; and Capt. Burton, anil "Dn-k" Wbitefaeed, sud Uos Ben" Wall. It would almost take a the Herald to name them all. But, Mr. Kdih.r, amidst the ws caa cterbh tte sweet hops that in a "land that i- fairer (lian .!.. may some time meet again oin i friends, and there we will not have tte - of parting, for "We'" never say good-hye in heaven." May we all, through the Inflttll Of God, reach that hlc.-t alssie. This looking forward to a Itetter life i- lbs sweete-t heps of a Christian, hut even those who are not Is-lievers can hut cheiish n hope; for one of the world's greate-t Bgfl "Ainiti the darkness and the | the sys "f faith may see the gUflSmsM of a star. Tte ear of listening kn hear the rustle ufa wini; " ? ';*iii 1> 11ll I'liliiglaidt*. I'AMI-I.I.N, V\ . 0 Kev. J. M. W. Killer passed through here enrmite to ALing.loii to S meeting of the synod Mi? Mattie Ci ute, nf Darlington Heights, stepped a few mouieiii- mi -'nth, mi her way to RoanOBOi relativea. Mary Warren will leave this week for W. Va., where her hmtber is in husinesB. Ail ApfeaSBtiOI farmer was in town today anti repot ted that he Im |71_kl worth of melons thi-ycar. That do.- not iiHik like |MMir farming. Mr. Joseph Beeb and wife, of I ville, l'eiiii , nie .i-i mg Mr. Kobert I'.cale, of this place. Mr. Beale is the real estate purchasing agent for the IVnnnylvania Kai I road. Mr. C. M. Berkley, of Rottgh Creek, -old over I"" hii-hels of seed wheat here on tbs Pith at prices ranging from tl.Il toll fal BBSS from Iudian ai-ulis, Ind. Mt.iiiit lefgl ?SBBBBB, MT. Lkioii, Va., Oct. n Mrs. J. Wade Kow Ike- and children, of Nuthllsh, who -p.mt ia-t Week With Mrs. K. B. Wilson, have returned lo their hon,, Mr. "Boh" Miller, an old I'm. wsrdhoywliohasn)a<le hi* home in Croton, Mass, for the past nii.> hmlight home In- wife and BBB a few day? ago to spend several month- with hi- parent-, Mr. and Mr- 1. T. Miller. Weare glad h> 1, Lila V. Moola,of Hampden-Bidnsy, w ti, u? LlMjkStl DtelsOl We wi?h ln-r much success in her work. Mr. Kent Jenkin-, nf N'ottow.i ed his home |*-ople la-t I Mr. and Ml Mr K. T Miller- -unday. Mr. S. D. Walton, nf your lon Sunday in the home of Mr. K. K. Wil? son. "Sim" is alway-gladly WI to hi-nhl home ami neighborhood. Mr. IBO. A. Clark attended tb show in Kichiiiond last week. He re i-orts a "jolly good time." Mrs. "Bob" Jenkins ami Mr-. Bed ford were guests at Mr. Velor Har Monday. I Miss Louie Witt Weaver BBBBl a por? tion of la-t wck with relatlvss around Mr. A. B. Willingham, of South Bos? ton, wa* in theneighlH.rhood last week. Mr. C. ti. Weaver made a hiislness trip to Klchiiioml last week. Hush Kiier Briefli I*. Kakmvu.i.k, o,t. n\ IfM, Mr K. N. Watkins left last week. He will be greatly niis*ed hy his many fri. nils ami family. Mi-- Came)! ix wa-the guest of Mi-* ?\ atkin- la-t Saturday night aud Sunday. llb OVBStea and little - Kr-elle, were guests at Mr. C !.. Over? ton'- la-t week. Mr-. Colin Stoke- and si-ter, Mina Turpin, went h. Ki.dimond last week. IPs bops Mn, Stokes will i*. with us -Hill. Mr-. Ceo. A. i.md-ay r.-turin-'i day fnun South Boston, where she had beSB rtsttiag her fii.-i..l. KlS. Hemler Boa. - frn-rnl- are glad to know she is up again after ber se tion. lin. papal im* ' Mr. Krank Hubbard, of your town, i STejndlng the week with In- parents. Mlssss Kthe! Arvin. Lindi Walton, Kellogg Holland ami Mabel Smith, and Mes-rs. H. C. Walthall and Jas|K-r Wilson vi-iiisl at Mr. K T. limul u ranf- la-t Sunday. Mr. and Mr* . gone to Lynchburg where they w ill make their fuiure hollie. lu. And.-i-oii and Mr. Jim Venable took a baal with Mr. W. H. Hubbard hiv wiih gTBBl BBSSBBS only "fiiriy-live" hird-. A- thev did so well wewill U- glad to have them BBBJM again. Mr. Allie Oveihui vi?itnl iii the home of MlB, Niinnie lirad-haw ou last Sun? day. lng Dsopb ,,f Hu- community SXpset to g.. on a grand " 'pom limit on Kriday night. Mr. K. J. Carter, of I'rospect, was in our town tins week. i.ii Klippin, of N,,noway, is vi-iting her relatives here. Misses Kt-rm. .? Hi ad-haw , Paulvue nnd Crace Hut,hard, and Mr. O. Mar? tin Wini. Ir.J.H. Weaver's Momlay afteni'MHi, l'he "Kne PUneb Club" in.-t at Mr-. Nannie Br ?l*haw- ott lin-day night ami spent a moat fin tyabb tune. Kiglil H..i* Un Hi- hast 1 Milli IMO ll; ' lillie lit lt Will ci ? 111, lill ? , *. ? i,nu,cul iii, > I iimi il I Ililli ? .'I lint Ult' on DOV out illi.t to ?. Va. ?a ? \ i ?? .,-. ! W in-inn limdCn Ihe "J M " dgai I hand made. All WB ask i- that yon try one. ni- au- "all the go" for going Hoyne can pleeas you li and style. The "J. M ht sa al Chas Balssby's i-1 ni.hi mada, '-Obelisk*' Born b BlBrays nllaMs for a ince light loaf lia it J. P. Wai i.,n.V Co. Voil will lind tte celebrated "J. M." , t baa. Bah i L*hai sells them. PbjBJ bf Vile. \ line -i\-weeks-o|i| pig-. Apply to V I. Venable, Jr. Even it a man doesn't bum > - hali will. lol nie a ( nhl iii (lue Da). luke Laxative Bronto Quinine Tab? bita. All druggists refund the raonay if it fmi- i . w.Grove'ssfgae :i sash ho\ Mantel! M,inti.I! lOj 'jiiaiititv. Will pay Tl OOper hu-hel. Ju Kuli ul lloiioi. _'t,,u Helgbb sdi,,,!, Mr*. M her. ? Myttb Wa!-oti, Mary Cook, Grade Wahl I orv c.bb. NEW FRUITS Just Received Frc-.li Stock London Laver and Seeded Raisin*-, Citron, Currants, Ni; Give Us Your Thanksgiving ORDER. Sole agent fur Hinder Candies. Freeh stock jnat ttcetTtd. C. E. Chappell. McAlpin's Dyspepsia Remedy. Thats All, Except it Cures Dyspepsia. McAlpin Dyspepsia itemed; Co., FarmTill*, Vi.