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The Illsliilrrealetl >|m-oIh,
res
in Parts.
? nch.
: from
B
?
ll.oi.h .01 ihe Ininti!.
"Have you decided ar. .,
?
lila I sta* lats.
LO] "TuUl in
'..point?
ing to the mm nus Ice
cream soda, ten cent* a glass."--Chicago
? dd.
And Tay Dir Bills.
"This shop; aa ls an awful
.e."
ry. You have no reason
I ia lining the shopping.
, do is to carry the parcels."?
l.cniua asl 11 tun e.
"I am striving, said the pc*-, "to
write my cai, .'ame."
"Uh, ia sad-eyed wife re
ould write it on the
back of a go, i nea"?
N. V. ti
Tho lair Advanced.
"What a ti;
abe ex, . akfagt table.
"Isn't it cu
"Cute!" be MO he had
broken lt; "*] lather, lt is
chic."?Philadelphia Le
Thc 4 hnrllithle *.*??.
Phyllis?-Tl. retook
?>t night
ames.
. t prove any?
thing. It was a charity ball, you know.
?Cincinnati I
A Possible Unison.
He?: nh, arden tl/,
pasionately, ?
She?Nonsense. Mr. De Sever; you are
hardly acquainted with me.
He?I know; but then?why, perhaps
that's the reason?Tit Ulta.
In I rosen Doti.
Tourist?Did you?er?ever shoot a
man?
Bronco BU! . igped a
few Indians, greasers, an' due.
r.illed a human:?Puck.
I a (o-rlrueril.
Parson Joh yo' take die
man for better or woree?
The Lady?No; simply for iv
been married befo' an' knows what men
am!?Judge.
Pat's I ..nd.
Mike?Hello, Pat! Phat be ye workln'
at now?
Pat (with a hod of bricks on his
shoulder)?Kape away furulnst thot
ladder. O'im rarryin' knockout drop*.?
N V Weekly.
in BO areal narr?.
Fllbbert?Your rah uncle says be
wanta to be ?
Qanglelgh?Yes. but he ls In no hurry
about it.?Tit-Bits.
I,In.ll. .1 Urrr.i,n,t,
"Do you ai ree?"
"In cams onlv."?Town Tunica.
We Strive to
Please
And
kinds nf
i h .Meats, Country
ProJu
? d.
ii
i
ti
\Y
Gilliam Bros.
TAILORING.
- >
HEN'S SUITS*?^ pCE"
Made at Homo.
:i *ooogh
tua
A. LEVY,
THIRD le Df
I
Tin a Troul
ra it
I Oat.
?
j-.
nt or 9
"
f the k
ien lt
'
?-???"
And bia
. I every pa
.
I
the extri
j ai.-niif.-kont
I for its wor
:-'~~
'
?npmen
? as paper
-
?*
ie Lot
Virginia
,
Cured
Hams, Shoulders and
Sides
JUST RECHVED.
Stokes & i iividsoii,
Ri tail Gn
AA AA
1WWIUWW
Shingles
$2.50
A THOUSAND.
Farmville Mfg Co.
G. M. ROBESON, Prop.,
Farmville, Va
IN MOTHER 600SFS HMt
attoP'^af
G*'*k
Os
4?
A
rt:
? ? 2r?
love for
oofb, it's
E. C. WILTSE.
RUST'S
avon Climax Condition Ponders.
WHILE US'"0
RL/5T-3
_GG PROD^CER
rs SLY
-MTS
tARloWglT.
lust received a frcoh
5 and 50c. a package.
CHAS, BUGG & SON.
ICHESflRS ENGLISH
NNYROYAL PILLS
.,., i.o.a anbali'
? '..ri lr.tiara. Trail
? I Inr I.mlle
il. CO
-la.ll.nu S^uarr. 1-Mll.A.. TA.
H.ali.a Ikl, ......
.Witt's BS Salve
or Pile*. Burna, Soroe.
WTCH-GKADINi. Il VI I
I atrn..r. Wit.. I.nit.ia l.i I ar
Ulll -. lill.ni llr.|iilrr I lir -. . i
., , a ni ? Bars <?> ..r.
I dele j;'Ve ai I Of
itralaiht nine and level for gr*
ditch, which l will irv tn ?iplaio
llnt. tl
hlch ant
four fi
?laklni ons fonrtli
? lie bOt'
? il,at 110 in,. i grave
io bold lt ..fl
from tia- bottom of thi ditch Tb*twi
. u
. FOR GRADING ia i, lib.'i->
hy three-Inch stuff naihd on rig]
straight edge and the level fastsned on
the right-hand side af th* uprights, so
as to b* out of the way of the staff or
Obi) h can be Of any s*|
suit thf operator. Tba bevel I* fai
on the oprighl
at the further end of the level. The oth?
er eiul opposite ls fastened onto tha
upright Ly cutting a narrow slot hole In
the upright, through Milich put a small
halt that will Just fill the slot hole side?
way*, a ? . eve! pro*
nitt a thumh nut ara! washer as
shown on the drawing. Th-re must be
great accuracy In putting ihe lei el upon
the uprights to havs the bottom of the
level and th* bottOB of the straight edge
exactly parallel. When you arr- getting
ihs grade or fall of ditch to the rod hy
raising or lowering the rear fi.,' of th*
I taking th* difference on a
straight line with thebattam of 11
measured down at each extreme end of
the straight edge, you can teil Just what
Incline your ditch will have per rod mul?
tiplying the variation bi four. Kor In?
stance, if the differ. lb of the
straight sdge and the line of the bottom
of tha level was three eights of an Inch,
the fall In the ditch per rod would-be
I, asths
straight edge is one-four'.
Always drlvs the tile ti.
of the Joint to keep out ali I
Ifs > gptrleDC* toai 'esmethat tl,
alway* enters the tile at the bottom. Al?
ways us* a scop to fit the size of the
tile, then, when you fill In, the dirt will
not crowd the tile out of line. Ii. i
the level for work, have the incline so
as to have tia- bobble alwayi oct bp* tlie
center of the opening of the level. In so
doing you seldom require
Df a surveyor.? Prairie Farmer.
NOTICE!
lien you go to Kl.-hriionri. don't fall to se*
R. FRANCENE'S
soneoftlie FINKsr I'l.At KM la Du?
li. Restaurant on the "european plan,
. .mr*.. iBBpOfled Hie! I
its all Hie year rou ml, a specially.
MARYLAND LEADS OFF.
?.rannes ol That Mata Snpiii.rl Na?
tional llrnin.,,1 fnr le.lt-ral Mil
In H..a,I nullilla*.
The state grange of Maryland ls the
irsit of tbe state gnu
s'atlonal grange In demanding that the
iovsrnment aid in Improi
vays. At a fully I
baltimore, recently a siro: .
m this subject was adopted, ana
. II. Ager In h's annual address said:
"There seem to be great Inti ir< st at this
ime all over the state In regan:
oads. It ls said that the .
as expended f la Improving
rs and harbors and prop
pend ti
lian canal. Therefore we I ?
ling should be appropriated a
le farmers In building permanent bigh
ays.
"According to Secretary
ort tbe farmer* have aided the govern*
lOOl very materially. Discussing the
ilance of trade, the at
ie favorabU balance of trade to the
edit (rf this country ls due entirely
i the farmers. The balance of trade In
ie farm product* during tha last 14
>ars, no ytar excepted, aggregat<<! fi,
6.000,000 In products. Other than the
rm products during the sam* ,
e balance of trade wa* sd verse to this
untry to the nteot Of J
ir farmers not only canceled this Im
bxss obligation, but placed gat.*-*!
D to the credit of the nation, when tb*
?oks of the International ex, :
BOe*d He concludes that lt is
e farmers that have paid tb*
ndholders. Now, why should not the
vernment aid the farmers In the con
ruction of roads? It ls shown bj
I astlmates that It ? '
ul the products of the farm to railway
itlons, rivers snd canals, which 1b
it ly more than lt costs to maintain
- iles of railway, and hy careful
Imate* u.e cost could he reduced one
If. I have ru, donia that on some roads
could be rodi ore."
-Arni* lliiiiu lli.nttaltl*..
lome state* that lane laws that Pe
Ire the removal or di st ruction of
eds by the w:, lsting
strict eafoi ? be law. it
a question waeth, r the farmer or the
irsesr of the high wai.* or road com
ssioners should rio the work . '
itrun lon. : a roads,
.compelled! any all den?
ims *reJ-ds Ul ld*ld**
a pru ree for distributing
?d nuisances on farm, rn' fields.
Tli
attei
.IfrisOll, |*er do/en, OJ .-ent-.
aoav
iif-fry, Kaoota.
107, ll rents ami H cents,
mi ami ka_p, H rents.
rterhause Steak, ? rent-.
orythllag in aeaaon.
905. 907 E. Broad SL,
Half block from the City Hall,
Kichmond. Vi
rink
(
It May Touch The Heart
* i
OET IT OUT OF YOUR SYSTEM NOW.
'GIT8 AT TMt JOINT* FROM THr IN*ID*.
AT ALL D*L)Ga.l*T8.
phe parmers JfjlJecca
Fink Whiskey,1, I [WineQ Finb Cigab
h. J
JOHN J. MALLAN,
70 Mi.lh Miai, Li wilbarr, lu.
Mi ' IN**, TOBAI i <
CI GA lt** i - in ra;
line, will iimi i l.i - i' a ia Som
,,l my I i -? -, ami a
i al ?iii -u ' ? ind juging I bavi
. mi Hie ninl I'riin-i
1,1 W :,
Machines Rented,
Repaired and Exchanged
TYPEWK [-PLIES?ALL KIM'S,
UNDERWOOD VISIBLE TYPEWRITER.
The latest product < tune. VISIBLE from
??) Bignatuc. M i El SAL key-board
IMPROVED MANIFOLDING
and MIMEOGRAPHS
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT,
lor illustra
UNDER'.YOOD TYPEWRITER COMPANY,
RICHMOND, VA.
.1. I. Il tin.
COMPROMISE.
lal- iii afford , ml to li k ro
?al ni Um
"he Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Con
R*t Ll FE pol*
ive ac
ee|,tea ai ll to b* so?
per lol ? reward of your
ve, tb* lode
i? int. ?
E. SCOTT MARTIN,
LO .RMVILLE, VA.
WE REPRESENT
FIDELITY, CONTRACT,
OFFICIAL AND
JUDICIAL BONDS,
-AND
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT
INSURANCE POLICIES. .
VV. P. Venable & Co.
Prepare For War in Time of Peace
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While \ t m are \\ ell ni on cnn get
INSURANCE,
and the sooner the li , eitlier impos?
able or more costly. Wc il for booklet
the "Ilow and Why."
Paulett & Paulett, jj
"la
Representing the Penn Mutual Lifi
C. C. COWAN,
FURNITURE ANI)" UNDERTAKING.
ir
FURNITURE AS GOOD AS THE Bl
PRICES AS LOW AS TlIK LOWEST.
UNDERTAKING.
rota pt ami carefu
ai, n.
Nothing Too Good For Your Home
Ste
Add to its Beauty
and Comfort by Buy?
ing a few Odd
Pieces of Furniture.
W. T. DOYNE,
?rtakif anti tlcakr in Furniture, Wall Paper, Window Shades
?tr. Opposite Post Office.
On
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P. M.
Arrla.- Richmond fiom B*rmDd* *
aieliinoii,! lor Iii ruin,lu I IS P. M,
r. m. h. i am ..j r. k. r. wu -
la ?
N^W Horfolk^VVDsteni
Sclvalule in Effect
.Vo" rn'
LEAVE FARMVILLE DAILY
Mi UTI I A.Mi BANT,
No. tX No. .?. v. I ,
.. m. nunn. iii.
sill III ASH ari
No. II.
I.iii ?. n * i,. ii,
ICfVETS ALL POINTS
INDIANA, ll LINOIS.
WISCONSIN,
MlSSOUR!. KANS AS,
NEBRASKA COLORAJ)O
ARKANSAS C-LirORNIA
?>nX45. ***>
Hl WBST, MORTH W::.. SOUTH-WEST
riaov class. srcoNO class
ANO CMIGRANT TICKCTO
*?THE BESf ROUTE TO THE
NORTH AfiO EAST.
'ULLMAN VISTlB'JLEa COACH El
LfEPIWO Cn*l
III THU Tllll nttlTI BtA* IVII THI
NORFOLK^WE^F nNRAILROAD
chiipiit. ats. .., auicaear lins
Write far R*te*. M.-,,* Tinto T.b'f*. D**crtptl-<
r*r*r kieta, t* ss r il ott*
>. S. aiviiL. shin huh., aa r **>??
Ut Tua Aft Dir tam A -L Tr.. P.M Aft
'Ililli. V*. CStUM*iit.C Ililli: VI
Nl.f^flEH^M- CHEMICAL CO.
RICHMOND Wff \1RG1MA
See that Lion?
When yon see the Oe* lian on a fertilizer
I**-, lt me?ns thst the fertilizer 1* ajry-ii"t
psrtlslly dry, but ?? try aa caris meal.
? , b* s tiltia bit better
th?n ?ny other fertiliser! on ibe maru
-lill undoubtedly at-r.-e with us if JOH Will
try them. We put up our
Plant-Bed Manure
In SO lh. cotton s*els?w<? nell lt forcssh only.
If yon want the dryest, cleanest, most effec tire
insulin" j,,ii iver pul on y,?ur plaint bed, send
ita 11.00 and let u* ship yon a bair. If you
isven't (fol a dollar to spare, send fer our
Dt.olr.let, ?nd we'll be sure to get your order
aler?but don't put it off.
INDEPENDENT CHEMICAL CO.,
107 ShiKlio- Slls, HCHstOND. Vi
SE AB OAK
Ant Link Kailway
sliorl Iii ettie* of tl
ml soulI
.nan an I '
sriiKia li: is in-ia I l ?
ll tia* l.l.aa I R|, ll Mos D \I t : a
Sill II..N ?I.MI.l.
-.wa. a
: . P M
Kalelffli, Soull.erii I'm.*, lunn
Iel, Ainu,lu. I Oil]
ma,. ,nel Tampa
Palin
Ham Iel
willi through Pullman ?
Of I HI
00 P. M
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IO P. M.
tove Repairs
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As previously announced,
we have bought the mer?
chandise stoel< of Mi ?
Crute & Noel I!i..s. We
We will tlo no roofing or
repair work, but will give
our whole attention to
the store. We will i any
a lull line of
res, Tinware and Chinaware
and wili give special and
prompt attention to or
tlers for Stove Repairs.
1. W. PAULETT & SON.
e Minute Gough Cure
r Coughs, Colds and Croup.
)dol Dyspepsia Cure
Digest's what you eat
H
Early Risers
Witt's
Ulla
Tho famous little pills.
BUSHED I-?.7.
Planters Bank of Farmville
farmville, va
CAPITAL, $43,425.00.
SURPLUS and UNDIVIDED PROFITS, $61,000.00. ,
Doa* a Ueperal Haokinv KuBiiieaa and i t,, ,,(jer ***.
yon eaery facility eoo*i*tOOl vs ul: prudeuf lliinklni* M
?jd
hm Account Solicited. Interest AI lou. d on Time Deposits, v.
rn
1
I J. I ' ?lent. W. tl Vi ?
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DIKtCTORS:
J. M. Ll
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L. J. Vu -iH
H. K. I'.AKKi.W
Good Whiskey at Reasonable Prices.
We alli -e id you
FOUR FULL QUARTS of BIGBIKS PURE RYE WHISKEY EIGHT
YEARS OLD, FOR $3.50. ???*->
sod or* will pay tbe ex pi io any ..iii,-.- In a,. K?Hril_,w
tbiewblekey STRICTLY PURE and auituiile fr iiniii, i.,al and family taj
Wo Will deliver our OLD VELVK1 ?, \ir_inla Uri
M.00 W- alan have kinkI ul,, , "'_
Brandy $'.00, Wean-ths-only wh ?i..-,, aai,,,, v,.,i place -raS
.riler wiih a-von L;ei il,., u-.i (tint i-iiii a.-I.:i,| I',,, tl,,, i .iirrerj
a tal it ni .-'tail n- ii in il onl.-r land lie ena i mt il. "'
BIGBIE BROS. & CO.,
_ I . n<hi:i J;<; va.
rhink of This? Albemarle Pore Rye Whiskey 10 Years Old.
Absolutely Pure,
Smooth and
Mild.
Packed in plain
case bearing no
marks to indicate
contents.
Pennsylvania and Moun?
tain Rye only $2.00 per
gallon. Virginia made
Apj.lv Brandy $2,00.
Full Quarts ex?
press prepaid
by me,
Only $3.00.
Com Win-- $1.50aod
$2.00 per gallon.
No charge for packiof,
Send tor Price List.
I I 17 API K LEADING LIQUOR DEALER.
lal* Lti\Li\i\VJo LYNCHBURG, YA.
FOR RENT
One first-class dwelling with water connec?
tions
Three Store Houses.
Three Lodging Rooms.
All conveniently located and in rtrst-elasi repair,
Look For The Given Placard.
PAULETT & PAULETT,
"INSURANCE THAT INSURES,"
Columbia Q raphophones
OR'NO PRI/I PSRIS, f>l)t)
Bl SI Ml KIM, Mst HIMS MSW
Columbia Di*?c Graphophone*- Columbia (Minder Graphophones
$l>, $20, $10 13 to $100
columbia disc
uraphophom
tor
fri-*
(slsluque 17
The Graphophone reproduces
all kinds of music
Not necessary to learn to
play any Instrument
Columbia Records
lil ans make of talking: machine
Sraarsl Popular Mush,
I lanna Slur ira, I lt.
DUCJ
Se\en Inch
50 cents each; $5 per dozen
Ten Inch
$1 each; $10 per do/en
CVIINDIKS
Reduced to 25c each
These are thc best wax
rca.ords ever made
Black Super-hardened
?os'l (Mt Itali <? sa-nuili lor on inttrior
urtu lr
lor ssl** ba dealers .
...hrrt snd ba the
Columbia Phonograph Company,
NOMI RS ISO 11 ItMRS IN IHI UlklM, MM KIM SRI
We bate oar ?*?* *tore? I* ?ter l?tnty fi*r B**t*B h il" I nited St?te* tni I wop*
MO C. Raltlmorc Street, RALTIHORf, MD.
H. P. DAVIDSON, P. P. LYNN, A. G. ClAPPAM,
President. vice-President. Cashier,
First National Bank,
FARMVILLE, VA.
CAPITAL, $50000
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
*"**-*)*%
Safe I * for mi:
Interest paid in laving* department. Draft*
on all parts of thu world.
erald and World $1.60
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