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' lett & Paulett, "liiNuraikC tint tom - a I : in all much for the allot us know i ? i ? prices, the venturi time in thi linden In ea-; ll a farm ilutionlz - mi tl ?iii frui "nolle i am n the invltatioi tl that the I aid no to me. In la ? i DOW ? ? md, I foal ofort" to t met with . I :i wh ? uk (rn ? though each dr?>| ? I Mr. sud .Mi- \\ . u. '! Blue 1 In the Maj 1Titi. but you eau enroll j il lune by applying tn l>r. \\ luaton, lui t, and urned from a delightful nda ni Koa* ? ? iurg. i al they hull io be d to the ground. There ia life in them yet, bowevi \|Hrt to :> June if not in May. leave Farm* -ty. Iluli . iud a bottle for every . i may need .un- "H.mille -!,'t apply io Kb at Memorial In thin . ?lind. Oin lighted to beal Bishop ill house .trnt. ? ut let'l ? < :ivy and I Ul n we :i buri - priuci Mr. A. ir. Howard, Usn tty daya ira. He through the counties of Halifax, I'ittsylvauia, Henry and Charlotte. . A. until Mr. i; turn. Mr. i, i iii ire nembei nf the P - il Boar 1 ol with him fnr Williams iuntv'a -. and General re on the aflliction which I iiim In i iii:ele toaup ii of Virginia with tale, j house? holder who can afford the coat have one in lu- own home. We simply can't afford in t tn nave them. The man who m this aaa under going to lie left, and so tbe man who undertake-) rbboi without "I and nol 1804. atlUtarj Basaar. The l ? open? ed Wednesday night to a crowd which f the armory, the uni; in town, and last night'a attendance waa hut 111 than that of the night bsfofi ,nts drill hy fifty-three young d brilliant and approprl i . ?; entrancing liar exhibitions Farmville lia ever witnessed, i mpany rta- in perfect trainum and aral comm i - Katharine Veraei I from experienced ? drill will I* ?iiduni-i "l tia- expected thc llerald will give J emu].Ute list of merchauta and Uk young li ntlng them. ?i. Bur natural, neve: ly for ii lazy liver. Night Telegraph terries. in response \<> thc resolution hy the council at lu april masting tie kph Company I tn allow any and all it ; ed hy the nigh N ii"ik and Weston nh day listed by our pe ipi ano! in thi- town. ?_____ [How's nil-: . . :? it.'irrh Cute. K. J. CHENE* & (?? . I Toledo, ( We tbe undersigned, have known I J. ('heney fm the . and lu \ honorable in a md financial] . . ma any oh: by then firm. w, Wholes. (I \\ Al LIM.. Kins VN Marvin, \v -. Toled Hair- Catarrh Cure is taken Interne og directly upon thc blood ai ?ii. Pie - ,d hy all 1' , free. Hall'.- family Pilli are tbe bi i Dayl nu iii- ii.uk I Chappell. and Blixsl Syrup. iou.it milli ii letting. mu Connell mal with the mayoi praaidlng ami he folios lng members pn wnl I W, P Ullllam, J. K. lattin, i i rambrri tod Dr, Auder-,in. ? made the following re >nrt of collections fnr Un- pul month: ? i<saa Um, '1 be tl uitted the follow . "O: . i ;nler tin- bead of finance shown be following aosonnta wars l'aid: ll. ll lon I in I Ul ' - Tba following aeoounti agalnal tba town wars allowed: ? ' '. wen- given pennis-inn ,' the corner and Third streets, to ba tba kb 'I Iron building. lor wm Leave. At tH. of Union Theological >imi nary, held Wednesday in Richmond, W. w. Minne, I). D., chair? man of the faculty of the institution, au noun.l bl of tbe proa - mlnary, ? new othes . id offered to bim. Dr, Monte will enter upon his duties He will retain the pi ship of Hebrew, winch be now mis, bot an adjui I. who will perform rh nf tin- |in-t. wai chosan by the board In tbe person of tb During Hr. Moore'a pe Mr. McAllister lilied ?.?ii in-i acceptably. He la noa pastor of tbe Preobytsrian church in thia place, hut will accept the call tn nary. ( .illili) Board nf I'liie.llimi. Mic following Invitation to tie ??ii by Prof. J. I). Eggleatoo, iniciit of Public Instruc? tion fm 1'rin ? Mit\ : . ty Board of Education in Memorial Hali, Hampden*Sidney, May ll. be? ginning ii- Thil will he a very Important meeting, are I" I- og I Hie re? lief of our children from the , ful ami int atioiial cundill i they are now aub ?? Thc time la- come for the. this county to say definitely whether these i.dltlona -hali or whether we will take steps tb give mir children tbs opp irtunity they ? ur county in the rank of those counties which arc bold ? loalng their baal citizens, . tim; to their hm I mmigra tion. "1 will take it as spersonal favor i you will lay aside your other dillie? and he present to listen lo and takt the di-eus-imis. liriiiR ymii lunch." J.I' ill, Ju. I tn nih Ung nc l'r Mcilwaine Walkin- and Prof. Jam >innl;iy in larni.ille. In the eai'y morning th ? i.tly, and rarely if eve did tim children of thia (iirtion domain ?<>'>iv upon a lovllef day. Betta the rinirititf of the Sunday Behool balli clouds I ? hoi in the sky am there was promise nf more ram. 1 did not emiie, however, and the child ren turned mit In glad and goodly mun nutt ni !! v das : i the day WI on Luke 1": :;:, ls, thc subject bein. watchful Tba i ra of mir dlfleren churches occupied their respective pol 1 the Oongn ie larj?( well dres-ed, "neal hut not gaudy, cultured and giving evidence nfhavin eninc mit nf h mies of plenty and pur ty int i thc DOOM nf dod to meet wit and to worship thc givei of all gool Alioth i that iii jut such town there -hmild h.- mic ehurel niie Minday school, one choir, i. r>n gragaUon and one preacher, oontoo* bag that in such union UMTS wmiM I the greater strength. We sometimes think bo tn", and vi ,i nf thc church is all powatf sndallwlas, and lie at Ua-t penni A Care lor Plies. "I hud a I | i :d 00 suited a physician who advised me - Witch Ha/ Salve. I purchased a box and was e tirdy cured. 11 is splendid for pill giving relief instantly, and 1 bearii neild it tn . Haze) Salve ad for its healiiiK qualitiea. mid rn ? ,d every kind a ed by il Bold Dj ? im- s.ii.: i i.i" good nu,.-li oosn .lc. Apply to W. M. (? lnr Ki nt: I hat de-iiahlc bl dence mi Main strut occupied hy M J. ? Lagon. Apply tnt'. K.t'happt IhlliU-N lui ??ra] leleplinne I el- M Ililli, inlier. I I ll mr. limit drag yow i ? itroog ' Bubacribera have free nae of phone. invwhere on line. You know ymir ring, Ans Let other rim;- alone. Ba 1'iitielit with c ni ? 1 In;, are sninetinies bosy, Paj BMesSgH and chm nu-t ba sent through paj I kl Pul your BOUtfa ahmit half an Inch from mouthpiece when talkinir. A wail nf bm - - ?e. in- Ilka ten minute-. Bc patient. Talk through the phone in a natural lona. I plods" your words Outsider! w iii nol be permllti ' U "run in and usa tba phone a minute." Always bang receiver on lmnk with ?at down, This keep- du-t out Non subscribers have nae of phones ;atiniis nilly, at regulai Pol receiver mi lmnk as BOM I dulah lalkitiL' I i. !. lie-. Private phmu- are for i aclu of subscriber, his Immediate family, and gnalta, This Company arlabea to gt*"1 -ervice tn nil. Don't ax pi eta t Vies for f U. When called. glVS OOO "tink" of hell besots lifting receiver. Thia means "All right, I'm here I" Don't expect perfection in a urie Telephone-, lik< pie, have their weak: ? liv tune tn talk bu-iness. Five minnies should satisfy those socially inclined. Tbs baal -ervice to wfa can bo put is to give the women chance to \ i-it each other ovei th llatanco baa righi of a i local couveraatlon. Thia ht fnr yoni well a- fnr the good I f others. lin- Company reservesrigbl to with di aw -i iv i,-e fruin any lubacriber allow? ing bl- ph'.ne tu DO UaOd by nmi--llb By thc way, whnh i- a mme impor? tant topic over tbs phone, lbs a vonni nf ii fox Inuit nr tho arrival ol Oral imth : When you I plain! cali iipm write tba President 01 liny arc '1 of serving you a word tu the men: Don't complain of the woman using lbs pb i what you call "gossip." Von pay lei visit- to their one. When yon rim; np a party, don'! lill ymir receiver until he BtMWSn th a abort "tink." Then lift re and talk. Tbleaaves tims and batta) ?? When through talking, alwaj OOO "tink" of ball to Mt central know that you are through. Others tra! thinks you are using phone, and will keep others nil lbs lins. Ymir phmie eoata you 112, wbothoi I subscribers nr 200 Tbe life of a telephone company i- tho rill of Itaeubacribsrs. Evi Bubscribsr adds to Ibo value of youl plmiie. I.et',- i-'i.nj A receipt foi pickle, given OVSI the phone, may -mind very abaurb to the unthinking mau: but ovary aromas koowa tbs road to a .it, and ?ipt may mean a new hat foi tba madam, If asked for jual alter din? ner. a word '" tbe woman boned I ufa rural telephone Um opportunity it gives fnr cultivating Hw de "I life. |s nut the -ui'ial llfl moro than meat, ami a coayy i the plume mme than mending of troon ! 're talk, and mend 'ind talk. Aii arithmetic example fnr telephoto ? work: One man "heat-" Hu telephone company and aavea IS cento he fei'N like 80 cents to himself hui looks like a pew ter tuckie tn lu? lim. Another ma:. mils fa ? phone miBBssgo, feel- Uki silver dnlliir, ami lnuks like mic tn hi neighbor. State in clear, emphati ? \.iiir estimate nf the tw< men. J. |i i 11 nieteri isaoetatloa. The Farmville ('? held the tir-t meeting of Un- \, roary 18th, ai 330 nviock. I lu- I ii a-iirer'- i I a ba ance in Hank fruin loo',, of $64 report was a- foti i - lr. I nun, il Irnlii ibu-s roi Fruin extra Work I'rinlu . Thc koapsc was ampJoysd fur I moutha of 190I al . -.."i on pi month. Nine members POOP.led the care of tin ii M it ton and it i- hopi the Dumber will be doubled for tl year. Owing to the weather, which BUM it impossible to do any outride wot wa- n employed fur January ur I 1904 lint bogan work Mardi lat Being a public organisation tba Am elation feels eallod upon to make public report, therefore submits ti boping it will meet with approbate and booting it w ill awaken new int* Oil in this wnrk which shuiild bi? rnie. Kuli of ll oinir. Farmville (traded and High S.-ln for the week anding M kj Ilitrh Behool: Harrieoo Jaehsoo, I len Smith, Irving Armstrong. (i KA I'KS: :. Annie Bidgood, Bonlee Wini Ki. hard JobOOOO, J"l son Wootton. 1 (iertiiania Wini John Don/no, Tbosaaa Llgoa, I Smith, ?i.ne ml 1 Wlogo, raok WoBSaek, Martha nv.rti Killian BIOS, I>ella Wilker-M Wniuack. I. Ki/./ie (iilliam, Susie Lbj melt Welisti-r, Mary Ont Smith, Willie Wilki , Mattie K. lilian. VI -li Will Katie Wilke: 1. teddie W ill" Wal Smith. Eglierl Wemack. Pollard Pat Poi ii ii "., V \. i IO, 1904 \ '., f.i in iautlog corn and are of tube ?I very re have had. (. . a|| cnn -idelilii' i lier. ai I'r \ ld.-?? church ! thirty has I" en ni - ii Providence church withs good uum iht of schol. We am -irv tu learn that l)r. I'. K \ 'ii i- very III Hope be will Mr J. S. Wright is mi tim sick list. I to know that Mr-. Loo Simpson i- improving after a very bad -pell iif-ii'kl.' Mr. 8 'iic tu Bleb mond t itsd on foi append! eilis. Misa Susan M Ora visiting Meaara. Prank Wlngo and J. Wiley : Mi- Blanch Munni Leigh Musings. Mr. Kkh.ii. Va., May ll, 1904. Mr. W. A. Garnet and mother, of Uraper-ville, , ? friends in igborbood. Mr. J. K. (lark and child rei .!. W. Mr. K. B, Wilson ami Mi? Fannie Clark \. SI ,li?,urnc, nf .. afternoon. riant net Smithson a . i Clark Friday and ' . 1' Jmikiu- i- --, Mr. \\ . L. Clark waa at "Liberty Hall" Sunday. Misses M.uii Parlay and Ki/ pent Monday with Mr-. J. K. Nuiitially. Mr. w. B, Bruce, a former Prince . iii hi- bon ind Sunday i friends in Bartleville Sunday. Annie Bruce is visitin Maude Kline in Farmville. .1 W, Shipman waa tlc of J. I. day. We regret thal Mr-, sun. William -mi continue! quito - Mi. Ja-. T. Clark and little Willie 'oil. Kicc Depot Dui-. Un B, VA., May ll, |90i - clety of the Bap? tist church will give an entertainment it thc cann - 1'. M.. tillich tiny hop.- will be largely attend? ed by the ; ? i illy, lt will -trick Skule" of "si Igo, in which plaee Mr. Dave I ll take the part of a fmir-year ild and Mr. Ed, K uiduraiit, Mr. ()l i many others well knuwii in nmunlty, will ngura as jove nilis. Then will follow a very pratt] md graceful drill by twelve giris, aftei which refreshments will he served. Adnu - for grown - foi children Conic and have ne with ll-. , niau is spendini I,rr -Ol Kev. T, J. Shipman. Mi-- i,'//!.? Hurl, ' i Burkeville, i visiting at Mr. J Y. Phillipa. Mrs. Willie Boberaoo and children of Crewe, ale visiting her hmm- pen plc thia Mi-. : uaw ami lr ipendlni smile tune at Mr. Jun Will Hus Effie Bucker returned nomi Mmnl ?. i-it tn rela ls tone. Prospect Pickings. I90L "f new his week, DOtblng of interest c;oilll? 0 Mi. H. M. Bngbtwel -mne new residence, and wb ti ill be quita an improvemei mi the niie burned sometime ago, on account nt the cold spring gai hu-aie very bacaward in mir low and it will be quito a while bl will h., . but mic em ., spring cl ? ?? "ii U Mr. John Hut, nf BlueOeld, wa- i linnie - ? Mi? Kata Johnson came u| day from Kichmood, i" snood In birthday with her pan nts. We wi? nny happy return- nf lb Mr. Edwin Hu ii mi the - Air Kn K. K. ami :. n Monday foi hla ?-. ?? A'liiieman. nf Acteon, visiting lier cousin, Miss Nairn McCracken, foe a I Mien, c : quite badly while playing Wi! mi la-t Friday. He ; ? ly. Kell i- in Lynchburg f . DarUagtso Heights lint-. ', 190*. \ '.huuder sturm. Thc wind bli IO bout and rain fell in birren ; good many nf t telcph' : of mir fanners of th - arcity , plan!-. Tin y all fear they w rt tin- time, but hope the n rain will bring them mit more pisa ful. Mr ' baby, i ,-n ipi ill fur ? ^. He hope the tie fellow will soon be up again. Mr ton ha- bee Int.-nf sickness in tt.i- netghbOfbu I hey , i the go. The mat! , . ba rii int; in this DStgbboi Mr. William Prishflt, near this pla had the misfortir, t' one t ? ila Hunt i- leaching a | vate school at Darlington Keig) n IS A MATTER OF HEALTH POWDER Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE She has tel Mr and Mrs. Win Hamilton, of Brookneal, siient several day- with their iimtlier la-t week. Mrs. Martha Crute and Mr. W. B, Crate, visited tho hospitable , Mr. Dint Clark near Adelle Saturday and Soi Mr. Herman Foetal ha- gutten his new telephone in. He enjoys it very much talking with Ibo girls. Kicked al I'lilnej'-. Putney, Va, May 9, 1904. Our farmers are busy planting corn and preparing tobacco land. Kev. Mr Feder preached ijuite an abie aermon at Bethlehem Sunday af? ternoon. Mi- Ike I Jleiin, of PrcapOCt, ia visit Mi-. A. P. Anderson. Mrs. Kider expects to leave BOOB tu visit her mother in North Carolina. We w lah bel a plea-ant visit. Mr. Fggle?tiiii Daniel visited in the bome of Mrs, Moaby, of Smithville last Saturday night and Sunday. I. A. Carter and sun, Edward, wen- tba guesta of Mrs. x, .\ BaU Monday. Mr. and Mr.-. H. K. Wmiiack and BOO, William Kuckett, visited dater, Mrs. K. B. Wocuack, of Five l-'nrks, Issi sunday. Mr. liennoii Foster, of Darlington Heights, waa tba guest of Mr. Elliott \lidei-mi mu- day la-t WI Mr. J kGrlppa. We li | ii out again - We are quite sorry to rejiort the ill llttlc iiiarie- Boland Anderaoo, ? illy -on nf Mr. aid Mrs. A T, Auder ?mi. We trust all merciful Providence lit to re-lore him to health ? We ara glad to aaa Mra. H. K. w<? .111 after having bieti snk I mg. Mr. Flowers i- very -ick. This nelghborh.l wa- visited by ugh! much wind and rain Munday af ter noon. < n we < Ulinga. CsUtwn, V\., May ll, 1904 A beautiful marr: inni/ed in tbe Baptist church yesterday. Tho contracting parties win- Mi-- Braille Bobbitt and Mr. Morgan ll Kev. j. Klncbeloe, pastor of tba bride. performed tin- ceremony. Mi? Paarl : the wedding march. Mi- Bobbitt i- the third daughter nf Mr. B. Bobbitt, and bas a host of friends bera who will mba lier sadly. Mr. Herman is in the insurance baal .,!i headquarter! In Charlotte, North < larolli i ion waa gi van them in PeteraburgTuesday night by relatival ot tba bride. Mr. Tomlin Jann- wa-.-nicken with paralyaii l iMaday about noon, while si wrk in the Norfolk ami Weetara ma '?lune -bop- ms condition is quite scriiiu.s. Tbe bome of Mr. Horace Anderson i gladdened by Hi a handsome twelve pound boy. Mr. F. Andrews will move I, folk in the near future. Mr. N. Floyd Faathorstono gave a vmy enjoyable entertainment in the v.M.c A. hail Wednesday evening. . inii-ic geliiu- well Worth hear usg. Mr. George Weat is in Lynchburg attending the (.rand I. Fellows, He goes aa a delegate from the Crewe Lodge. Mr. C. ll. Lane, despatches lia- re turiud frmn Indiana, whither he W0J summoned by a tal Ung tin Hinom of his mother. Mrs. Wayt Boya] Moora,) of Martinsville, is vi-iting ii her father'.- family here. Miss Mamie Wade, the popular teach er of the fourth grade in the puhlii Behool, left fm Farmville Munday. Hhi if friends here, Who w il u the fall. Dr. Baird, of Norfolk, baa settled it mir town, and is kept busy. Ile am bis charming win add greatly te th functions of tbs town. Mr. K. N. Wat' i genia kiy of thc Y. M. C. A. left Mot) day for Buffalo to attend tl" Mimi tn ba held there leiden lae!,. Poldon, Va., May ll, 1904. Mrs. S. J. - en called t 1 ssdo "f her son, Kev. (Joli of Covington, who i- critical!; ill. His many fte IO bea nf his il: Mi? i Deon, of \s n visiting Mrs. S. J. BtOs Mr. Debney Kee, of Lynchburg, i Visiting at Mr. C. ll M;? lb,by Raoooo'aecbool al will el ky next. All will li dad to have her with DJ again. Mr. Joe Allen, of Millard, Ky., viol ed his uncle, Mr. J. B, Allen, on Moi day. He like- Kentucky very min I In fiuit crop in this section will Os lie an entire failure a- wastboaghl sm after ti d we had in Apr: rheta are BOOM p* Tbs land being too wet to plow, o firmer- an- i u-y hauling guano make another crop. Th ' prevent UM trying it again. It's qooor how much more afraid woman i- that her dress may trail the dust when she has on low -In and gay stockings than wheo she li on regulation boots. ?flfflS'- Early Risers The famous little pills. tull- to Son 1904. held , | 'hursd ky, M ?? >th, Pi Imary ; i et,., I lo U- I ? par : town The followii unaolmous v adopted by - be prim . 1-t. I'm- prui. , May 24'h IOU, lu thi ourtbo . All white I kppeai mi the I armville registration b ?iks, wh iM .1 ,i .Milo ? ni nf Farm Hie f?r the p nari . and all wh; tin- regular IBBttlon iii June shad be ? hie to vote in Hhs primary. (rd. There shall be appointed three i two of whom shad if >y the candidate- fur the uiVnt'of May ir. and Hie otb lie cami. ' Uh. Every atoctoi shall vote by Ual ot, said ballot lo lu- printed 00 white 'apel and shall contain li - ic eandldateo for the ofll md below the name-of the said CSU lldataa -hall ba left sufflck my elector to write Hie names nf emin ?iiinen 011 numbered lin? :? i whom BS may wi-h to vote, and DO ballot diall lie deposited into the bail? ly any one of the J pt two >f them lie pre-cut. Nu ballot will lie .'minted unless it bo the offlebsl ballot ssueil to the VOterby one of the J nf aa elector, any me nf the J Dd -t him tn preparing his ballot. nth. a ooaanaltteo nf sholl baappolntad whoaadoty ll shall ba to have tOO tickets punted ami de? livered to one nf tbsJndgl package mi tia- day proceeding the punnu;. not lie o|>eiieil until sunrise of t following in tile presence of all the , i also provide fnr the voter a booth large enough to corneal him from gen servation. 7. The Jod| Iva for their OOmpODOatlOD Hie sum ' I : Mb. The entire en-t nf e. induct mg the I'riiuary shall lie paid hy tl. fur the office nf Mayor. Nuilee. The annual meeting nf the stock hol? den "f tho Planton \\ arebou will he held in Farmville. Va , Mon day, April 10th, at S o'clock p. m. All stock holden arc requaoted ur send Hieir proi J.sn. K. Maim in, tory ami I , Herald and N. V. World,fl NOTICE I AU pal l to or liavtiiK ac, will plrane pr. ? BOOKS*, Aibn r. Thc public is cordially ask? ed to inspect my work sad compare it with All Others. Thc latest and most ap? proved materials arc used. HUNT. For lent That most desirable brick residence on Third ? near Main, l'ormcr ly occupied by Mrs. Marks, i> for rent. This In msc baa Every Convenience, Water, Electric Lights, Hath Room, convenient Kitchen. ,Vc. For further part ii u and price apply 1" C. M. WALKER. WHEN \m THINK OF BALDWIN'S yon think ni Dry G.la, Notions Gents Furniehinga and Sh Why Not Millinery Too? Swell Millinery without the bigfa price. Are You Needing Any of thc goods below, if SO we arc headquarters for Mattings, Floor Oil Cloth in 36 and 72 inches wide. Linoleum 2 Yds. Wide. Bultanna Carpets at 30 and 40 cents yards, beautiful patterns. Rugs, Art Square, Portieres, Lace Curtains, Trunks and Satchels. N. B. DAVIDSON, Successor to J. B. WALL. Get a $70,000 Drop-Head Singer Sewing Machine Free Call On C. J. TATE St the Singer Store, Cor. Main and 'Jud. 1 ?"armville Ya. Needles, Parts,Oil and Repaira foi all m.das oi machines. WE CALL ATTENTION to the following (rom a letter addressed to Langman & Marti: have tried various j ilia hail nun properties owned bj ed by piiiuters with meta paint a* they prepare them.el ve-, and are say un hemtatiiiKly that f??: for du? rability and for non-fading '|ualitie. your prepared psinl est and kctory goodi 00 the HMO of th.-earth, and an I voluntarily and i.'ited. We have taro acita of land under roof coi and Dooasroa asaooti ?ll nt V>i. painted with your paint, and we are .|iiahlied to pas ipect fully, "MOH 'Ter Elijah A. M Chas. Bugg & Son, iville, Va. FOR DYSPEPTICS. [roadway New York City. McAlpih D Co.: ? Will you KBd as soon as possible to abo\e ad i bottle of yosnr dyspepsia remedy?anyway so we c it (mick. Why don't you put it on New York market ? Your W. S. C. McAlpio Dyspepsia Remslj Co. Fdrmrllle, Va.