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THE FARMVILLE HERALD.
iR FOB Tin; PABT, HELP I FARMVILLE, VA., FRIDAY, MAY \o DIRECTORY. COUNTY DIRECTORY. J M. CRUTE. Utsraev al La*. R H tMTKINS j WATKINS, ?-ATTORNEYS AT LAW, , ? b wi nu, < < ? I I LAW, lill, Va. U'HiTE A CO., DRUGS, Medicines and Druggists' Sundries, - Mcilwaine, ? i ? \^ C FRANKLIN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ? ICt Examinations. . . mmaCTBWBaB W< your refill % - n quire. ni perfectl will be i Lenses Ground Properly. Pirns Ihat Suit Your Face. Glasses Ihat Fit Your Needs f, I. BUNTOV Jeweler and Optician. N ?Wtt!?sieni Sere Jule in I LEAVE FARMVILLE DAILY ICKETS ALL POINTS OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NE1RASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, -??> TEXAS, -we? ill f EST, IORTH WEST, SOUTH-WES. riser class, second class AND KHIGRANT TICKtTB. ? THE BEST ROUTE TO THE NORTH AND EAST. fULLM-tM VIlTIBULtJ COACHfS AND ILHWNO Cnaa. Ill Till tim TiCtlTI lill lill THI NORFOLK^WESTERN RAILROAD. ?MiteitT, ns- ?st ouiciiit una Writ* far tatra Nape -. P*aa-r1-"Uw I, ta aa j at ot ta v. a atvut, eii.CN mull, re. r. ea.ee 0?e r?ea Aft Di. Tu, Aft- Tra. fee* Aft tlllltl.U IILIBIIt.1 lllllll VA. SOTO I : Thous in!- Bave Kidney Trouble and Don't Know it. Mow To Find Ont. I water and , . *?ai ?_ , or set ? ? What to Do. ' I extra ? SwampaRoot generous offer in ttl - PEOPLE'S STEAMBOAT LINE, SIEUDTBISI J M'Hiiliiv, fr I' ' day, i V. M., with fri J i. Uiver I. ."'li' pt, iiiin Sinful* P. M FARE ONE WAY $1.00. ROUND TRIP$1.75. Fretfal lecdita Daily at I'.t.rshurj, and Norfolk. F, Y. ARCHER Gen. Mgr. -.UIMVU.l.K a HOWH \i \ - H i:. r. m. \rltt A - *rr . -ter. I K. T. W 1 ; TOOTH BRUSHES. IZZZIZIZZZIZZIIZZZZZ> They are guaranteed. The price 25 ants. Il.i.i Ul ll \ (IL,DrBCTtata. The Farmville Commercial Co., Commission Merchants General Merchandize. ix Of Heavy Groceries, Dry Goods and Hardware. Special Prices Made oo Goods Bought in Large Quantities. THE FARMYILLE COMMERCIAL CO.. KAUMVIU I (. 1 CHARCOAL BUNNING. hi tatra* ur la*. Rte ral Dlatrteia al >r*? i nala ml Thia la aa I mimr t ii n t I n il ti ?i i > D ' I 5 ivKC^ ?yllndri j ' I ? I mado They arc mair- In I : r inflammable ? ? ? ? a hole will be made, an'l tl will burn ra] inrpose 'borter apt on CON hand and thrust .tito the aperature, then t!;- i before. The boy In . .'ly chopping i. Behind him ls a pit which ha* been burning for some After the p.t has been burnli ? r time than ihe pro? cess of "drawing" the coal begins. Of 'he pit has settled, so that it ?ar Its forn The "coalers" with larine rakes, draw .a foot or two apart. Th- this ls to allow the fire to burn entir of the coal, and lt must be wat BB before; In fart, lt I: watched all i I water ?* on hand ami from time to time the liquid is used to extinguish fire. After th' nial ls cool. oughly !? in a rough made of logs or ot! For this pm; -ll In shape like a 1 the coal ls ready to be mark*'' I In through the streets, and sold from house to 1 - directly in large wagon! irt or Ports? mouth. Now lt ls mon sent by a profitable 1 rage pit yields about I r from 15 ts per ling to the quality of the coal. Some".: the cord. tl for forging as lt gives ail lock ls liked the tea of Its ten nrcoal burr. a very happy set of nn-n. At night the camp rings with mirth and Jol are told, end when one is hun bolled, : nally In the day time the woods are foraged for toothsome gra^ reis or HO. l'oore, la Rural New . orker. tiri A li rn il ut itt' Vt rule. In attacking ihe I wait till the enemy ls in possession and then try to drive lt out. (Jet In ahead of the weeds with a good f*<. some e P that will ? smother out I one of '' the first pair of leaves that comes up forms a canopy that eompleti tbe ground and so trive anything else much chance . Almost any grain or r rd crop bea* .! very good ? ' killing out weeda?Piaine Farn>r. I.. h. r. Prom tin- Ch spin in thf sj fe stul I wai en \t ith il inn I illed a pl rho bad a bottle of Chnniber nd diarrhoea Bined. It la a wonderful remedy and be found in everi lie .-dy i? fonsie bj tba Winston Drag I ONLY NATION OF HUSTLERS. Vi III h.-r I'r.ipi.- W.irL ..lill Hi. I ..rr ? - ti lntlu?lr> ul Ainrrlriiiia? I ni I aa***f*rf-tl a tim.Hun. and tin . it ali the ind tin work for a certain nu * .... e families Bad ugh atxiun of their all tbl Ulinga, not only 1;. and literature, but In th' I ' do. and In c ? ' s like tb< "Me who ami o There ls no Jtr Inq the necessity I ' Uv! tr. HOW SHELLFISH TALK. Warn Onr \n.itlirr ot Dnncrr tij Wi-lrtl I ll.-Ullin *.,,??,I., -ii.a n III. Illili nlaliril Nilttlrilll.t. eamen will I origin of tl ? r unaccountu ' I sions, and found that lt a I it made up of an ? ach clear rn Itself, and ranting from ? the giirivt ? ; IB I not be heard at all. On other occasions the tolling of l guns, and the notes of an Aeolian harp. . longtime he was Bl the cause, but at length discovered that the sounds were made by shellfish, hun? dreds of them opening their sh closlngthem with sharp snaps. Ti ? partly muffled by the wa ,'iably weird. Ht wai fi' to the conclusion that, fi< made the sounds, they probably had some meaning, and that the clicks mil' shallow water was dlsturl GAMBLING AND STOCKS. Stork Sprrtilntlon lt Ontnartlli llr aprrtnlile Hut Jnat aa t rrtninl> llrlnu. I liuil I'lnanelnl Hula. The very fact that the prof gambler is to a large az! outcast, plying his craft at nu behind steel doors and only tl. the purchasable connivance of the au? thorities, is in itself a wa ...- stupidest can fail to i peculation, on the contrary, says Leslie's Monthly, hangs out the banner of respectability?v t many unthinking persons have s Io confound with morality?and under its protection, carries on Its traffic night and day, In etty streetsand Tilla, in parlor and boudoir, In store and In factory?In short, wherever it can find a single humar mania for getting i lng. Men who would son threshold of a gambling house. | openly In stocks and are r. I discuss their ventures lr. of their own children. Wb( ruins a man. It strips hla. that he possesses aces a mortgage on bl? eats up the treatfnadaof whlel custodian and leaves him nak world. I'?r ,.f Ml. r..l.?. if microbes seems to have 'ii the possessors of old furni? ture, which during a long life and un? known experiences may have c the perms of dlsen.-- a cau? tious lady In landon who h i -: the medical warnings inherit? ed a Sheraton tabl* not ad? mit it to her H off to a cabinet maker's with orders that an exact replica be made, the original ta? ble being off If this lady's craze for new and Innoc nltnre spreads there should ! tlnv-s in store for : as well as for collectors l risk of microbes to th' BU Ulai Olil \rronnt. A letter WI Vt ) post office a f postmarked at Spokane Falls and dii iamln Ames or any of his descendants. It | from a man w-ho 60 years ago III Ames for a time and left without paying h!s board bill. He said that he was now S3 years old and wanted to pay. The bill was sent him and he sent a check for the amount. 1 I ulblr fur thr \ra?y. Only 54 per cent, of Germany's young men are flt for military Strieker finds that heart disease has In? creased 3"0 per cent. In a decade. I und Iii- Motlier nf HIieiiiiutMii. ?\h mother baa! many fi ?a ll Howard, fl nt all. while at all t. ? ber tai o's Tain Balm ami al - - I IDEAL TYPE OF HOG. Errri llrrr.l.-r ?l,.ml.l *>rt 1 |t a Mated ard ut III. tl., ii nml Yt ark I P io li i ?aalatcatli. ? I ' :' f lt foi ? lt aw a - he may ai least : In his sphere ni, and if the ; ? , ia! mi - ham. I hn\ ?i the fat kind. I wan- for your nt?lt has ? - ? : d that a good CORN FEED PROBLEM. II Caa a al Hr lan.in-.I in. I ntiurr hj. ?tl lui- Hill.rr. V* lin tri I i . - ' lin Hr!!. ri ago the tanners of thc .11 the : ap, but a great I ere not iu prices will 'rictive try in which corn tan be tatara Is likely to see the oat an.! ? !y used ne than ls At any We can wlll be n -imlna In theil |. Tht corn f' cannot l ut Is in course ot ' that Ii Ttew. Duranillin ., inlniitl.. hard-art thin, D als that ? : i sold to ? x mani a man who I 'lng rid ? mais tc they art Tba i ' event uh good animal - Straw.Inn thr torn lt alka. m nala and steamlni them. T i ? Thi i meal and n al ad i will bt ? readilj Ikaae Pubs in thr laalk. A pup i ewe tt - a few timi i ?ar thi he floe* .rln thi , y fed. rttBstOB I'm . Kodo! It dt - rel). 1 ? igth ami lality follow ledge bbss ihasssthada ..?ceeding. ?tr? I.m.UH.ti... \.?. % niora. .lars for this rooml :. 1K h ? lr, this la a front room, a ivtei wayup and "Ah. yes. What ls the price of that little room at the farther end of the hall?" iars." "Kn? outrageous." ?lr, that ls a bark room, and the eh when you wai Itel..rt I ..url.-..M.. I . angry husband. "No man with any it all would approve of your ac my dear," calmly Inquired the kif of the mairim "how ii tithany I qulrer. Then Knoll. Irr ?r?-n. as pouts ling, vilirht eight. -e. IM OHM \ I IH\ W \M I lt -Do you think the ice ls hard mough to skate on, Willie??N V. Sun. Strong Prraenre. . r fair. ition, and? Binn ny that you n way ise?" "Invariably," answered Mr. Meekton. . manage it?" "Hy always arietta.*' Star. I >.in-i ..inI..mini. ral." "Mow do > n't side with either faction."? Iphla Press. ui rion lav-ri titra. ll t? ihat the phy? sicians held a consultation, but 1 see you are still alive. since learned that the vote stood two for me and one against.?Puck. Smnll, lint .ul. "Four of a kind," said the gambler, laying down his hand, "beats?" "lt doesn't even beat six hi. '.- rfoot, as he brought a revolver above the table.? Chicago Post. lp|ir-.i'lnttoa. i.arper who bad Just ? d In obtaining change for a :. dollar hill from a guileless old ,an, "If there's anything I like it's pastoral simplicity."?Puck. 1 Him.elf. indignantly)?I am ad that young Longhead would lend himself to any such scheme. Lend himself? Why. man! he waa bought?Judge. Keinliiliir Obatlnarr. "Hut how do you keep a cook when you live In the suburbs?" "I threat, i. - every day and my wife does discharge her each week."?Brooklyn Life. Int lent Hletnrr. Aunt Mary?Why, I thought you two had quarreled and were never going to again. lint that was yes? terday?Chicago Amer! Maarullne Cuthn.inam. "Isn't a babyl? hand the sweetest thing in the world?" "I never cared to taste om feel sticky enough."?Cincinnati Commercial Trlb . Ita t hrnpn.-.. Sa.arl Him. Mn. benham?Talk is cheap. tm?Yes, and it's lucky for me that lt ls, you use so much of it that If it were expensive you would ruin me.? Brooklyn LU t .utla?. Clara?Oh, hum! 1 wish the Lord had made me a man! ? r?Perhaps he has, dear; only you haven't found him yet? N. Y. Times The Attrartlore. im has called to see me sev> ral Miss Chellus?Yes. Sou. rmi na ? _ IT IS A MATTER OF HEALTH *a.kinG POWDER Absolutely Pure THERE 15 NO SUBSTITUTE Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Blfjeete what you eat* ladles ;iinl (liiltlrni. of lax al y fond of ? ary to take a liver i - . indi.'e. mn' -ii I'rug Co If lott- were COI ? ll Xii- N. Baie-ta 1..1 Urisee Cease ?I Wllt-Il Ullin Iii. 8 nml Col ; Minuit' Cough Cur ' -a}-, "I suffered a il inti! I run down in weight from 1 tried a number "f ren avail until I . ? Cure, i remedy cured meentirelj nf tlc strengthened my lung- ard r . iii and streiigl I'rug WU. : ill-lied willi li.ill self, lie is u-uaii. I willi ever} I Hail blood .; i health. I A little life limy be I ! to a ?udden . don't bare Dr for the ? Syrup helps men anti WOO ? ?uilil Imy with the in lu y lu r ) Ilin- I.-I. irtiing with vii len fin. for aeuti from the tirst, anti I lack in Iii sin, I: . and al WI. girl to sweep tint in; ? (junk .mete Anne.i iiilliimii If a yoong man QBO'l all id an auto ii Mow lum ni', li Made \.tr traill. "i 'ne nf l'r. Kin. -hi for two ?? in my ? er, of I' rltl for I.i. - gripe. I'i ly -?""? al lldn't hurt a lull'j of hurting tl. up the M.-t I in life till ITetee"*lag Cssga. .?in i? I', w. ii tin I think this Tlier mg ymir Wit When aw-: , .frau! of her cook i' ly Po?' _ - .ntiy noa a man about ' -av wi,. .vu._ mg. ery fm - and fm .,f hu' I ? by W -'"*ta. Cheap Bread. Hie la-' f I all who ul-h lo Patcni Family Flour ral otb Highest Market Price i "Small Profits and Quick Sales." First-Class ?. . i Ceo. Richardson. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS -. il..iik. r.,u.?..l>atl ?? ? 1-arll. ulura. Trail It li. I I..i I ..ii. . bold br ni H.iu?rr. I-ll I e.a.. ra. * ..H.. Ula ??*... IN MOTHER GOOSE'S TUE ..\. f.,r 1 ? i ikeaBjaaj ii - In a I ' E. C. WILTSE. kl <M' Freezers, r Ice Picks, Fly Traps, Screen Wire, Foot Mats Paulett k Bu^'s. Good Pills Ayer's Pills arc good pills. You know that. The best family laxative you can buy. 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