THE FARMVJLIiE HERALD.
HONOR KM; THE PAW, UKI.I' FOR THE PR__KatT, HOPE i"i; rn K H'lliIK,
..... KAIiMVILLK, VA. KKIDAY, APRIL 6, 1906. \o ?>.;?
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COUNTY DI9f CTORY.
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Lee & Thompson,
Attorneys at Law,
Parmvii i r wu Cki w k, Va.
J- M CRUTE.
Attorncv at Law.
M S WING,
, \1 KAW,
Bay, Prince Edward County, Va.
tc nnd I-Yikral.
VT C FRANKLIN
? nun of
\y HITL _ co.,
HOUSH AND SIGN
I -mull juli
R. C. BRISTOW.
Livery and Sales Stables.
in ill.-, Y.'.
Trams md Vkiihi.es
MULES and HORSES
THE JEWS AND PALESTINE.
' Contlition of Mi.
? nt in?
heritance. The nm,
now m. ?
than tl.- ?
uni in nil tl
Zerabbabel fruin Babyil n.
sooa as n fat
portunlt] n in still
that with their \ ? Ith ami
in th.' knott"
population of tho world
ind their ? i
country auder iu I
nf eultlf ?', facill
tlea fur ? whole
earth." Hut sn lon
will remain fi
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BRAVE SOLDIERS OF CROSS
Nponl Christians in British Central
Africa Disi,lay Tine Spirit of
Ree. I ?
cttinla mission ll':.
readiness of Chrl
work for Christ ll
In February a rarty of 31
went out from Mir.-.'
carry on work anions the Sen ga. They
it lons at work b
broke out anions them, nnd In
table of them, dh
of his death anti of 1 Illness
of his fellow fa-her was a
red that ll
damper. i lrlt of the
-. On the SaM'ath following 1
spoke to the people, telling them of thl
Klury that 1 ? Kantlti, the
:ny down bli life for thl
pl are. v
than n line of boya f
among them five of our '
iiHklng to be sent to take R
place. I accepted their offer ai
them out to occupy the vacant placo
and open new work. In the d'
Christian spirit which came b
through this Incident we haw rejoiced
that to the Nponl "lt has been granted
In the behalf of Christ, not only to be?
lieve In Him. but also to luffer In His
Investigation Shows Missionaries Did
Not Bring On Fatal Outbreak
Full details of the distressing In
BOUth China, I
says Um Work.
returned lt to the ;
i in the
\d further ll
?bowing ii si
how the mis.-i mai
t len Ls. The :
and all bal two Of I
rare murdered. An otf.
vestlgatlon I- and already
the place of those who have thai
their lives for China._
What The Kidneys Do
Then Daceaataf Woik Ki*ps Us Stronf
\H the 1.1.H.1I in Ute inuit
li Hie kidneys unce every Ihrei
minutes, The kldueys niter the blood
I int work nlghl iiinl dav. w hen
healthy they remove about 600 grain*
.?I impure matter dally, when un
healthy some part ol Un- impure mat
? lt in thc blood. I'lils brings on
many diHeaees and symptoms pain
in the back, headache, nerve
hot, dry -km. rheumatism,
gravel, disorders ol thc eyeslgbt ano
heariug, diizlneeM, Irregulai henri, da
iihty. drowsiness, d ropey, deposits la
the inuit', etc. Mut it yt'ii keep Int
tilters right you will bate no trouble
tv ith your kid
Thoma* .1. Hooker, cooper, of Ml
lat lol street, Lynchburg, Va
"lm llfteeuyears I have had :itt>t<-K>
of weakueass lu the small ni Hie back
ami |iiim jim around the Kldueys,
W h.-ii in Ih,- VI..1.-lit ?OUR.' I tv .
(turing tbf day sud tn severe p?ni ni
Ulglll; ni fitl, I I, ive hei n sn ? .ie hu
HMM Hit- hips llist it W:i- ililli, lill tt
ll -I I wits (.tally mini,lt- tn llfl
ng without Incurring
twinges ..i pmn which wara full..weil
i.,v ilull Helling for an Imiir ur sn, I bl
ii ??! Hie kidney secretions loM
me plainly thal my kulin v. vv.-,.- Bl
ml milli Mrs Milker happened
? Idug ab mt l>, au - Kid?
ney Pills iii a newspaper ablet) In
? I ber to use the reenedy I mel
with very little success in myei'deav
..I- in mik myself. Doau's Kid ne j
rete adveitlaed h.- an eltectivi
mv .-i-i ; ihey were juat the
1 ?? ipiired, I nm so greatly
? i by inc nae of Dunn's Kidney
IMl- thal I consider lhere i- uo n mady
Plenty in..re proof like thin from
Karim Ille people. * 'all al H. < .
i rule A i 'o'e. tlrug stnre and a-k w hal
their customers report.
v all dealers. I'
-t i-Milluiin I n.. Buffalo.
Nett York, sole agents for tbe I nlted
Kt merni.er thc linnie Doau'l and
lake ii.i uthcr.
A healthy man ls a king in his own
right; an unhealthy man ls nu un?
happy -late. Burdock Blood Bitters
builds up -.mini health kai |
Have you weakness of any kimi ?
stomach, back, ur any organs of the bo?
il} .' Don't dope yourself with ordinary
medicine. Hollister's Hocky Mountain
I'ca ls the supreme curative power.
cent-, Tea or Tablets, dbe Winston
v Lack] PaataBlstreai
ls Mrs. Alexander, of t'ary, Me., who
d 1 ? r. King's Nt tv Lilt- I'il!- tu
est remedy she ever tried foi
-I.aili, Liter ami I'.nvv
els in perfect order. You'll agree arith
her if you try these painless purifiers
iiint infuse new life. < luarnnti
\\ bite a < o., Brugglsts. Prto
I hi- i- the season "f listlessness, head
? >l -pringdisorders. Hollister's
Itocky Mountain Tea Isasurepreventa
Makes you strong and vigorous.
i or Tablets. The Win-tun
linn: < n.
DevUI l-l,uni torture
i- no worse than thc terrible ?
Piles that afflicted me 10 years, Then
ul Ised to apply Bucklen's Ar
nita Sal,c. and le? than i Uix perma?
nently cured me, write- L. M. Napier,
Ky. Heals all wounds,
. I Hon like magic
w bite .v < u., drugi
All -mart up-to-date women of today,
Know hutt tu hake, wash, -ing ami lu
Without these talent- a wife i- N- < '??
l nie? -he take- ttocky Mountain Ti a
i he w til-tun lung < o.
I- Hie Muon lnliabiled.
ec has proven that the moon bas
an atmosphere, which make- life In
nt possible on that satellite:
but iiui for human beings, who have a
hard enough time on this earth of oura;
, iv those tt ho don't know thal
Bitters cute Headache, Bilious
. Malaria, Chills and Fever, Jaun
[lywpepida, Dl?dneas, rorptd
|.]aint<, <leneral I'c
i'ility niul Female tveakno?(ft. In
(i|uallcd as a general Tonic and Appe?
tizer foi weak persons and especially
fur the aged, lt Induces sound
Fully guaranteed by White * < o.,
If you ever bought a l*i\ of Witch
' 'mt tailed tOglvC SBtlsfaC
tum thc Chances are it did not have the
! i . i'i\\ Itt a < u.'' prlntedon
ippei ind pre?ed ill the Imi\.
il De\> itt- Witch Hazel
?ni- in give satisfaction foi
etc. For blind, bleeding, itching and
ling liles it affords almost Im
? relief, lt stops the pal
Iv Thc \N in-l.m I'rug I u.
Subscribe tu the lleialtl.
Makes delicious hot biscuit,
griddle cakes, rolls.and muffins.
An absolutely pure, cream oP tartar*powder.
ROYAL BAK1NQ POWDIRlC*?, NEW YORK.
HAVK V??t K I'KIM IM.
honk vi puk HKRALD
jon OFFIOB FAR
trouble with bappinsni ls then
many people IO .lit ide lt Up
od and \..u ll he happy?may
SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON.
Jesus nnd the Sabbath" ? Interna?
tional Sunday School Les?
son for April 8.
N Ti.XT.-Matt. 1M-M. Memory
QOLDEN '! ?
I A. D. ?. In
1 1. V .1 nnil syniu
urns ol M ,i Laka
I ...i . ..in
balk ti. . ka UM-Hi Md
, through th.
In Hie I ?
2:2. i; 1
U, 14; Jer. .
Esk, HOI, 13, Am.vs 1:1; Luke 4 I
' ??! Um i M uk ll I;
Comment and Suggestive Thought
V. 1. "At that time:" lt. v. "Baaloo."
ly some Sabbath In the month
Ul day through the
walklnr , .Mic path through a
field, ? _g on either
side. The grain ("corn") wai
likely, barley. "UH .:.
They were doubt
lc8S on their way to or from Qa
lng sevlce lu the "And
began to phi. i corn." Luk
ad.I.s. "rubbing then la their hands,"
kernels from the chaff.
began to d >
v. 2. "Behold Thy disciple.-." Christ
was ii"' , Ung tba grain,
kc a jHiInt against Him
Ha permitted their act, ami waa, there?
fore, re ipom ible for lt.
V. 3. "Have ye nut read;" Thia ques?
tion, a favorite fornrala of tiie rabbin
! Ironically. Luke puts it:
"Have ye not Kid even this/" Ter
I passage referred to had
d In the synagogue only a few
minutes before. "What David did:"
one of | of the lb-brews
V. 4. "How he entered the h
God:" "The Tabernacle. It was at this
time in Mob, a t..wu of ll Ballia
em."?Swete. "And did eat the
Bhewbread:n "David took the conse?
crated bread, as lt were, frum balOCf
i of God."- I
was on tho Sabbath, too, as lt was on
thc day thc bread wan changed ('.mi
para l Bam. 21:6 with Lav. 2\.s.
V.5. "Urhave ye not real In the laws;"
In hui!, bj Num. 28:9, 10
"The priests in the temple profane the
.Sabbath:" "Hy kindling fires for the
burnt offerings nnd bearing the sac?
rifices mul ut n hs tbru.ii-'h the tem?
ple. Tl . was the |
V. 6. "But I say unto you:" "A solemn
affirmation. With a certain tone In the
voice:"? Expositor's Greek Teal
"In this plate ls one greater than the
temple:" H. V. margin, "a greater
thing '?"a reading supported by all
t manuscripts and iate editors."
V. 7. "If ye had known what this
meaneth:" If they had understood not
merely the letter of Scripture but In
splilt. "I will have mercy, and not
sacrifice:" Quoting Hos. 8; 6, the
thought of Which ls repeated In many
other p "Yo would not have
?icd." (the Greek verb signi?
fies formal and official condemnation)
V. R. The Important saying of thlf
varac is preceded, in Mark (2:27), by
?n-tlng link: "The Sabbath was
made for _ m, nnd nut man for the
Sabbath." This great saying ls the cen?
tral prln I .ance.
Into their syna?
gogue:" According to Ills custom of
regular church-going. (Luke 4:16).
V. 10. "And behold:" "A note of ex?
clamation to draw attention to tho
fact"?Spurgeon. "A man which h.;d
his hand withered:" Luke, the physi?
cian, notes that lt was his right hand
"And they asked him, saying. Is lt
lawful to heal on the Sabbath days?"
"The Mosaic law did not forbid work.f
of healing, but the rabbinical tradi?
tion and interpretations did."
V. ll. They made no reply?for
What reply could they make? There?
fore lie drove the truth nome by an II
v much then ls a man
nan a sheep?" "That ls the
has not even yet adequately answered."
V. 18. Th- Ul held the'r
' about Him a look
of sorrow and Indignation (Mark), nn I
commanded the cripple, "Stretch forth
thine b trm was not with?
ered."?Vincent. "And he stretched lt
forth:" "The healing nnd the out?
stretching may be conceived as con?
temporaneous." ? Expositor's Greek
V. 14 "Then the Pharisees went out,
and held I council against Ultu:" No
miracle can persuade a hostll.
The Sabbath Question.
The Sabbath made for man. When
Christ said that, He did not abolish
..infirmed lt. The
. .d's gift to man.
ld He not abrogate Uv
ire, the apostles,
after ti. n, came to observe
the anniversary of that great event
rather than th.? day when Christ lay
,ng did no ev?
ita c .mmandment.
day In seven. " i . '. ls the
Sabbath." and we are not told where
the count should begin.
'?Suffered dav and night ttietorment
of Itching piles. Nothing helped nc
until I used Donn's Ointment. It
cured n '.|v? " -Hon. John
irrett, Mayor, Irfrard, Ala.
Harr.li physics react, weaken the
bowels, cause chn i -tipation.
A-k ymir druggist ,..r tl
Ar,;,'. bul the best
regulated ram Dr. Thoma.-.'
'i emergi n
- the pain and heals the batta.
Harald and World |i ?
Winter Goods are Gr3ii9, Spring Goods ava Here! Gtuick Sales and small profits will be
the prevailing policy in our business this season. The rich values in highest class merchan?
dise we are offering, must appeal with great loree to every person who takes time to think
or consider what economy means. No old or depreciated goods will be offered New goods
and the best quality the market can afford. Stylish and thoroughly in keeping with the
fashions of the season.
\\m:<>s< <m;i;i.\ ikim I.-ric
I0e narkal value. Uni |
JIM l\ BLEACH
Special taint I i
Beat gruie tires- gingham IO Ul
f/di Bsual IQe inine si ,
(uhmI linallie lin--- ginghams IO bi
pretty designs, -pedal val
40-Inch lawn, -uiiMith lini-h, 10c.
market v niue, our puce
Figured ' ligand le, beautiful iii
a special \ niue lor 10c
Ladle- line ipiillg HUltlllg
and -tripe-. Si) In. vv ldc Pl.flU
h brown .tone
IS-illCh hr.ivtii limn market
taine, mir pi
. _' :
tiling new In panama I,,
ill wool, Ki iii. w lill lsc
Ml'.Ul.MAi I.H.Ill r\l.icm 1
ami pretty designs, ju-t
i fraction lum
i. bolts ol lim- Persian law ii usual
ie. taine, nilly
Figured piqui waisting usual i5c
bron ii ami
"OX BK \M> Ititi l < HUH
Uuarauteed not to rip, spill or loose
buttons, pct pail '?
-. tt bite sole,
Ueutlemen's grav Hoee usual lOc
value, bu- 7'...
Loni Baltimore Alarm (-'locks guar?
anteed lol Itt i-lv I ni..nih
Turkish Hath Toa heavy,
ju _ lu Inches l-'.c
Ni .t -it le- iii ladies -kilt i,
;..??' | i nea and nobb}
? lt I. -. lin adv Sliced price- 7 ,,
il iii linc . white
counterpane". Pnei-.'?''?'. *1 '".
Bog - ami !ien'i cap- all st] V
i at. -t -tt it Persian belts
Hilt ninl Miter belti.
Kxtri Heavy all linen I
aiue cotton lowell
N. vt I inc neck* car
lo Ul ale
- all -ttl
Agent for homet Shape Shoe
Brown's White House Shoe
i r Bead 4 Co 's si.,,,
Use the Famous Grover Shoe
FOR TENDER FEET.
YOU MAY THINK
These low prices questionable as they are
so much below the market, but we have the
goods and can convince you differently. Most
of our goods were bought direct from the
manufacturers, and were bought early, before
the enormous advance of the Market
We have Many Special Offerings in Our Clothing
and Furnishing Department.
Large Assortment Gents Fine Worsted
Suits, $4.98 to $11.50.
Large Assortment Boys' Fine Mixed Worsted
Suits, 98c to $5.00.
See our "Monarch Shirt," the name is enough
See our Swell line Negligees unheard of
Fine Dress Collars, all styles, 10c each, 3 for 25
We are Agents for both The Ladies Home Journal Patterns and
Magazine. Patterns in Stock.
R. N. MLLSMAN & CO.
Bell 'phone 2164.
THE ROPER COMMISSION CO.
2213 Park Avenue,
STOCKS?10 SHARES AND UPWARDS -
COTTON?50 BALES AND UPWARDS $50.00.
GRAIN?1,000 Kt'. AND UPWARDS -
Private \Yirvs to New Vurk and Chicag
cation ofordefi in stocks, bonds, grain and cotton.
Drop tts a postal with your name and we will lie pl
mail you free, mir daily quotation li<t, reaching j on thc same day
mi No. 1. Coireapondence solicited.
REFERENCES: > v
Hi aili N, Y, lill
. .BUSHED 1867.
Planters Bank of FARMViLLr
SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $70,000.00
.'lent. W. ' K-bu-r
W. I*. Vknablr, AiwiaUiit ('a?liiiT.
ondnot.s ri General Banking Bunr
Lcount Solicited. Interest Allowed on Time Deposit I
J J. Walk rh J M. Ck I. J
A. E. ('kalli W. T. Ci. auk tK
rel Any man who li alwaja nraattaf a
.lay nil i, likely |OBB4 I lay-.,If.
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