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X THE FARMVILLE HERALD. in..M.K KU; Tin: PAST, SELF FOR THE PRESENT, HOPE FOR 'MIK FUTURE. V0L xiv. PARMVILLE, VA.. KRIDAV. MVIK'il I, 1904. NO. M. .TY DIRECTORY. ? N ?i M. a Da \ B. rmi U \ K i mile uno ? ia mut H Qllllam md W K. 1. I *. .on Hlltl md W. . ri Min' a mid N ?!. J r. M Kl H Hurt. COUNTY DIRECTORY. I Circuit ,mill- nutria, ill 'IIIMII'l IDs. R H. WITHINS WATKINS*; WATKINS, -ATTORHEYSAT LAW, Edward, Cubs K mi tnnilt .. SWING. li. S i M LAW, Bay, Prince Edward Counlj, fa. ItsTCouRTs:?State and Federal. ^'HITE A CO., DRUGS, Medicines and Druggists' Sundries, ? 'inpounded. KA KM VI I.l 1 j. s. mcilwaine, UN KV \I LAW, 1 , - - * VlKUIMA. -1 lilaI- over w. p Ku ii - rona, Mum and Thi ni St-. U C FRANKLIN ATTORNBY-AT-LAW, I'AMt'l.lN CITY, t'ourt ol Exact Examinations. . . XXXXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XX We put intelligence into examining ymir We arc careful shall have just I your eves require. m perfectly so that they will lie com? ale. 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We bank our reputation and fortune on its being wholesome, delicious and most efficacious, and on the fact that no other maker can produce anything like VINOL H. C. CRUTE, _DRUGGIST._ FOR RENT One first-class dwelling with water connec? tions. Three Store Houses. Three Lodging Rooms. All conveniently located and in first-class repair. Look For The Given Placard. PAULETT & PAULETT, "INSURANCE THAT INSURES,-' Kcal Estate Ai N. 8. DAVIDSON, P. P. LYNN. A. G. CLAPHAM, President. Vice-President. Cashier. First National Bank, FARMVILLE, VA CAPITAL, $50000 UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Sall- Deposit Boxes for rent. Accounts solicited. Interest paid in savings department. Drafts issued OH all parts of the world. Think of This! Albemarle Pure Rye Whiskey 10 Year> Old, Absolutely Pure, Smooth and Mild* Full auarts ex Packed in plain ^HHN. press prepaid case bearing no U?3?*S, by me, marks to.indicate contents. Only $3.00. Pennsylvania and Moimi- Eha?S Corn Whiskey $l.."Oand tain Rye only $11.00 jkt Wj?fl-j r gallon. -aiion. Virginia made MjM^rf| r packing. Apple Brandy $2,00 sKlMii List. 1 I A 7 ADI IQ LEADING LIQUOR DEALER, L* LAtAIVtJ, LYNCHBURG, VA. - DAINTY SOFA PILLOW. In I a,|iilall<- I ain-j l\,,,l. I.lin fruin Krnm-r, nt Omi- Mimili- and 1 . l llrrnralli ar. , sofa pillows add greatly ta the furnishings and general appearani r uf a room, and thc one I am about to ? -, with Its exquisite ribbon-work na, cannot fall to please evin the ?-.sCdlous. The 1 ? are noted for their artistic tasa is to them that we are Indebted for thia dainty art of ribbon wot In thia pillow, violets and tl Hage are the motif; a huge bunch In on* curntr, a Uttl* group or tu,o in and some loose, scatterei. the careless grac? of the natural How er plainly evident. The material a background ls brown Uni basket weave cai.. beauiltul carried out in thia Banner. The If a ered solidly In st,.*. anil I boa mirk. For this two or ii . nilli ribbon are reina; ? bon that ls soft, pliable and about a half answer, but the result ls ma pleasing if two or three are used, and aa the same quality and width are required the expense will be no greater. The French embroidery ribbons an ves, so that only the one length is needed, but lt ls nat a: i N-o *-v ?Ji .?a them. Abaut four yards will in this inst;,. -. a needle with a not too coarse. Thread this wah a strand of the ribbon. F* I on the wa, . .inlets, using ordinar} and threaii with which a, rw thrust the needle ami ribbon -. to the right side just at the of the violet, and dows at the outer edge of one of tia continuing thus until all are t making each petal wita ?? The ribbon ls then cut off and the end mi ured underneath as In Um Care should be taken after *a< h stitch to make the folds or WI which the ribbon assumes, turu ward toward the linen Instead of curv? ing up. Sometimes a tiny Hitch ar h Bilk thread of the same shade ls necessary to make the ribboo stay In place, but this should not be resorted to if lt can be avoided, as It produces a stiff, set look, I not desirable. If more than one shade ls used, make some flowers darker than othera, or th* upper petals In nome cases lighter or darker than the lower ones, planning to have the blos? soms as varied as possible. The hearts of the violets are then embroidered with a few stitches of pale green floss on thc large petals running from the center a short distance down the petal. This touch of green is then surmounted by a couple of kill yellow at either side of it and uniting In the center, thus forming an li V over the ribbon. These stitches aid in holding the ribbon In pla must be put in only after tia- ribbiai s in Its proper position. Cse Tlolet or green silk or nearsilk for the back of this pillow, and finish h a cord of like i '?lahaffy. In Ohio Karna r si.nl.-rn Frmlnlnr 1 lnthlaia. rt ls a good deal serious!) to be said about feminine cloth! ? ??ral public, the most Important Indictment ls against the trailing sklrr. which rescues tubercle bacilli from the sunlight and brings them Into tia and living i-oom. Bul a? ngarda the . leif, ? Orman published an exhaustive study of, among other things, the weight of femlnlnle clothes, which weigh, on the a* per cent, more than men's, though a wi,man ls smaller and less na One new criticism of the corset may also be quoted?that the modern straight front article does Ita beat to produce the ? hlch every aiahr,,! associates with the l, ria-Bu? rs with every one who >, led th* subject In advocating th* bifur? cated undergarment against the "win? ning note" of the which, ss Merril! I ? s against neither cold nor dust. llonr*- ta* a Ilona* liri,i?.li Honey ls a valuable medicine, and has many uses. It ls excellent in mast lung and throat affections, and ts of -?at benefit In place of cod liver oil. Occasionally there Isa per* whom lt does not agree, but most people can learn to use lt with beneficial re? sult Children who have natural appe? tites generally prefer lt to Honey is a laxative and sedative, and In diseases of the bladder and kidneys it nt remedy I) vii \. i u .iud Baw I illina nt Barth fur r! ? ? White A , Stop Thal (ousrli a ? I Winalot! 1'! ut-are "all the gu" fur going ?? ran please you , and style Ju-l rei-t-.aeil l,y I loy ne, children's ?arrinKee, go-carti aud Morris' chairs. HOW TO KEEP YOUNG. ?>o mr F. seri lr ni Aila lee Oner Illara lir aa ll. mull,il llniaini lunn ar? il ru l 1.1 ri A.liulrrr. To preserve the look of youth, ? | desirable, and nothing probably Hatters tbe girl of Iii 'val--li, that age, she probably like to stay there, or anmature cl. 16. How to look yours Ha D , dm as wc g't on In life, and to : .a.e their 11\ lng to get lt is of eui, na,re Importance than to ul < omfort-hl* in a.g looking depends very much on oura advice once given by a beautiful woman lng ".urh an ever mlngly ir busi * you go till your work * are that you will ? all the yon can. Remember that nra are fatal to good looks and health, and don't commit the folly of t | far into the night, and then I ny your work ls i. done and you feel so good for nothing ay. ^and don't let them c. Hake] -i If take l inly. If you lose a train, don't ht platform wildly, but Inquire thc next comes In, and sit down calmly to walt for lt. That's Just what iamen don't do; they sit down. . but they tap the floor with their Inch and unclinch their hand*, and ;.arently In a fever heat of exclte er the arrival of every train that n though they ha ?heirs ls not due for half hour. That half hour of walting to them a frightful wear and tear v weeks ' r lt. "Try to cultivate calm, but if you can hat all at once, you can ki? al. It need not record all your n* of anger, worry and perplexity. Hiting your lip* and wrlnklli . brows will not help you, and the Inrtul *? tricks will add ugly lines ? fae. making you old looking be l A HANDY BOOK RACK. ll a,,|,r, d,r I'n.lilrm nf linn lo llls p,,ar nf ihe Slmcaslnr* \\ li lr li I lime In th* llunarlinlil. What to do with the magazines and I way In Increaa * into nearly every hoiis-l. 1*1 ls considerable of irij if space ls at a premium and the ruler of the home does not approve ol having the tables with reading matter. In order to meet the demand I ? nt, handy re? ceptacles nev l,ook racks of all sorts and sizes are tiri ?lng and lr. manufacturers and many of I sre very satisfactory and oftenttn OK INLAID MAH the lat ? inlaid, is a t ? divided which are D uric ah*Il with the monthly magazines. Fora; ' ','oetry.as well a* the periodical* that one like* to have aimends Kagle. I l.nnls* I nrlalas al Mum*. A professional cleaner says that th? of cleaning lace curtains at home is to make a cuds of warro water, caatlla soap and a lie mains are very dirty gt - ? - nibbing bruah. Lac* ad never be rubbed between Thi* stretches the n likely to tear holes In lt Whee ;*an rinse in clear water to which a little borax has been added, squeeze :? th* hands, but do not wring, and dry In a sheet. To Pol Ont Inrslns Oil. Burning oil cannot be extinguished by The water only serves to spread ihe Hames. The right thing to do ls tc own flour, sand or earth. Thus onflagratlon I* limit-**, and ? ? ? :? as'-*"* \Va!l Parser In irreateet varlet", ?f print, at DoyneV. bl n.ii> nu III* Hack applications ur Nerve 1 And lt < 1 had it and to ,,ur*. *.. North View, Va. ? 4 Co. and Win.lon DruaCo Hera!.! ami X. V. WorlMl-M. THE LATE HERBERT r-> ^Q Herbert Spencer, Greatest of English Philosophers A Sketch of This Man Who Mad No Equals rn HI, Chosen Held jd niparatively atTW"*4 ili-alh of Hei I U fl li remov'<1 fron" ,ne world th* **????.k last of that great band of English thinkers who mad* nan reign tat . ihe realm of letters. An. list of great names that pred< Spencer, and each of whom la, ?Md legacy to the world of thought, may be mentioned 1 Ituskin, Carlyle and Mill. Hut it is doubtful If any of them I anything of so much important, world as Spencer's I Syn? thetic Philosophy," which planned in I ms completed after four i of unceasing labor, and this in q every hindrance offered by poverty and ill health. Horn at Derby on April 17, IM ? ,ir as George Eliot and Tyndall, I after Darwin, ll before Huxley, Herbert Spencer, at the ", was sent out to learn thi I engineering, but alu i years be abandoned engln- - ? rature, and, la of the London Economist. It was while on this paper (In 1SJ1) that he pnu tiis first book. U.g lt In 1855 with "The Prim i; which ultimately a place In the great system of phil tu which he devoted his life. Kw n at this early peri' wac bad, and be suffered from breakdowns through overwork. In? somnia and dyspepsia sapped bis strength, so that three hours' * day wan all be could accomplisi. bis slender means made him ort over again despair of continuing the tolossal task to which he had c ? ted himself. Three times. howe\ ? -y came to h:m, wi able him to proceed. No publisher, Jd risk a i books, and he at last. In thi air, printed them at hil own ? \ pense. and every one left him a , man Seven hundred and fifty ? l-.s were sold In ll years. At the i nd Ot ll years he was thankt . he had lost no more than $11,000. "All ths time," Mr. Spencer once wrote, with rg of pathos, "the 4 people constituting the English nation demanded of the ii, ' brain worker free gratis copies for the nation? al libraries." A Darwinian?or, at least, an ? ? fore Darwin?he applied the a fe, as - naturalist, but made lt . ;al part of la >undly influenced not only ail Stifle thinkers of hil .,-lists aa well, while bis have been diligently studied by artisans and by the girl of the period, aud quoit rt so often that those most familiar with the catch phraaes of heredity a vlronment are apt to forgi who first made their Import and Influ every-day life so who talk most glibly about his i' lihy. however, would mani ? puzzled to give briefly tbe main pur? port; but Mr Hector Mat pherson, In his lie Man and Hil Work," puts lt very tersely wi says: "The problem which he set him? self was. to discover the laws by which from a diffused nebulous state y has lncreaaed in concentration and com? plexity so as to result in the world we now see. while Mr. 8pencer himself formulated a famous law of Evolution, which ls as follows: 'Evolution ls an ,n of Matter and concomitant dissipation of Motion, during which the matter passes from an Indi herent : le co l.ial Your Landa. There is unusual irxiiiir. the lands of this secton of Virginia. If a tu sell a portloa or all of ymir holding* of each property you w well to let the fact tie know: ?ii,-li otopotty with us, and we will do tbe advertising. No sale, no cost. Farmvill. ney, A girl want* to get married so other girls will wonder alwait her what she is wondering about other tuarn,-,I aa Od tbe atageof life the leading lady 1* usually the cook. k-enelty; and during which ,lned Motion undergoes a parallel transformation.'" The purpose of hla volumes was to trace the application of thia law tout all the phenomena of th* -"?astronomic, geologic, He read comparatively little, alway* declaring that if he read as much aa other people ld know as little; but bia mind ?h knowledge which he ac? quired somehow, and Indeed tho Hats of authorial** cited at the end of his vol umea show that he waa fara!'/ the writings of those whose works bort? on his cul , With the theory of *volullon Darwin's name is more widely associated thar, r'i, and lt ls generally held that ?tinea arc more solidly built and .lily proved. But Darwln'a work covers far less ground?namely, biology and some pr, thologjr, Ile lg his own ground. It was ' 'ide that Spencer should have wledge at first hand of all the vast regions that he ventured re. If lt be said that In that case ls that | ,,aid never have ex? isted upon prudential maxims. It Is es? sentially daring. Ac Aristotle says, we not listen to those who ad as mortals to be contont with . Thc worst a philosopher can do ls to prepare the way for others even by his own failure. But lt would be atro cioual*- unjust to call Spencer's specula? tions a failure. As the "First Principles" has run to pie*, lt must be widely known. I who ha* not read It may be com? mended to begin at th* second part. The first part ls taken up with meta ' reasonings which do not throw much light up .and In which l by no it his best 1 les ls a . traditional thing, and Bp ; In such matters was ni? si ve nor even very ll 'He was ; man. His Imagination, vast and sub- ? I In facts; and all the facts of thc world seem to have lain spread out there In that order and Im has made known 's said that acleutlflc lead men to think in s; ed an ?Unary visualising power; and In spite of the heaviness of his st;' practice of dictation), wh, - growth( I, or the play of hu? man thought and motive, the who> ? d by himself ? ? r's social Ideae are not popu ? was an extreme I means of Insuring that I and happiness of man', ' ? ' For some t,- .aratlrely re I where !. ? - inn the Pr** in* of his ; them all. and he also refused a tl' - offered by Queen V At hil was 83 years of age. 'i.ir*e. "Are ' :' horses?" ela ls my . !rer. One Ileflni, ' ? "My buy, lt is tLi ; - ll. tier Hun I I i have ri Uraphoi to!* aln far out d ' i Phonograph l Ht. lia!' >. L>. fur tlie uulan,.*-} I. Over-Work Weakens Your Kidneys. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Imrure Blood. All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. jpn. f. 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