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HM hm CEN! I WNI. uiiit nt fail . utertns ; lilli Ht _ . < ' - '? Roll ot Honor. - nilli, Harry Hubb.nl, 'A lille l't iv, lly ii, Uni I,ii- Druineller, YYal Mollle .-|'i'ii Kr.nk ItsJdwlii, IIht :. \\ lille . "ll. ?'? i Drumeller, niel Ier, Woni-ck Kimmi! Vi ii Bliss, w lltshlre . Kuril, Ed t.l Kalin..: ls < ulil., ward Davis i itliei (JIIH.U1, - a ebster. i lerui. i Drumeller, i, Lot ? I iiiiiitit Web in, Viol. Wlngo, Killin- lancaster, Drumeller, Lucy S titer 1 irueu, Bter Kufbe Martin, ripener I ill. n, Mar Hkin - Iltiiry Thollip i'niii Wilek, linn, l'rluclp.1. Ninmal School Notes. I ami Mabel ' 'Wl'll. Mildred Tuc u Kvergreen ultim lilt fur lier I I hursd.y. bool. student, inn vii le tlii* < 'omp i lecture at James t'lty ?I'lit-in il i her Friend, - county Martin tbe holidays ?lats lliiKlil i'uty. ... lecture given a - will be HU "I llitit.li' iiliil mi Dit? ly nit' HKlK.r.s AMi PIBSONALS. Attei He aim ttlackens itt lu MT ll lien lum d was iii Um ii n lasl \\ esl nt Mis* i .I \i\in. ni Lunenburgh is \ huting friends In K.mif Ille. Vnuie Pollard ls spending ??.'iiif time in Karuiville. \ has been lue timi' in Itlfllllioiiil. 'Ul, Ililli,Ul, lu her sister, Mrs. A \ ' Mr- I'll..-. ,\. \\ otslson, ol Lynch lays with her mother, Mrs. Vi IukUui, Mr. II. K. Mull... u hail the iin-for eml.y night ul haf Inn a i or lion nf nut- ut his I-f whites . al...ut \,)Ur ilif cost . ill come buck quadrupled lu Hie *a\ lng ,,i medical bills. Kr. Wm. I-. Mercer, ll 1st, asks ti- tu mil,im the public that he will be here touiorrow, the .'l-l, at Dr. Anderson - oil ... du some ? t it ni K.:tltuii"rt' under medical treatment, returned home .Mult.lay night much luipn health. Kr. \f bite ex|tects lu move lu Un' building formerly occupied l-'ir>t National lt.uk ?. atiou! the I.I "I Jllllf. Miss Mum ? . U tl tliall, ol HaUlpdl-.', - ported a- ? with pneuui We arc -"irv tu learn of tin lien illness of our genial friend, Joe Hubbard, and lio|te he will -mm be able t" return tu In the Planters Kauk. The I lure Le ut ami Kirliiiiiiiiil, ami nearly i tin- low Monday was nu ii aud .'nu;; well lilied. lin- icc plant un ts. I in- niaiiageiueul i ?t present in correH|Hiudeuce with well borers sud hopes i" haf sufficient capacity mi the i in a week "i H.iupdeu-Kidue*) game of ball Tuesday. Itandolph Macon Academy was the visiting team ami contestai I iui|tdeu rlldney snowed them uiidt ? :: ?. . iliii: his i' ? I Hu' best anti ni? ??i utvto ices, ll. A. Ilario, has dunng thi car load "t as (lue mountain cattle as were ever shipped from tbe lill region. Bj request lief. lt. lt. < 1, chaplain "I tbe local lodge "i I. O. < >? h., ff ill bold ? li Julina. Memorial church uexl Sunday at s 1'clock K. M. I" i ill <?'l'i -. their friends .nd Hie public ire Cord uti ly m\ ll Mr. A A < "\ :i'l Uwk t"r -al' IK- purpose i^ tu retire from tia- busi ?I r. < "X n I Fully conducting ti i i period of elgblt during Which lit" ina.lt' a I, r.vorable acquaintance throughout tlou "f Virginia. "Thc World "I Magic," with Its fun? ny clown., Its gnomes, .nd nymphs, .prill'-, Imps, fairies and harlequins, t.- well known comedy characters, in-, in mythical .nd mysterious Jout unii-f tbe children rorm a pretty part if Archie L. Shepard's all new uiov ni- picture, which come t" tin- ?ipi ra House uexl Mond.y night. Un account of tbe eruptions "l Ve iuvIus tbere arc thousand-, "t sutler irs, who vf iiiuuit BMiatai ,lc away will remain In their pitiable audition. The Herald would be glad o receive contributions, acknowledge uk them through Its columns and urning them over t? ? the relief com Qittee at Kuhn.I. K you ' a_ed t" aid ni this il" not postpone Illili^ Ml. Ail alarm of lire Saturday afternoon .ben the streets were crowded with ample from town anti couiitrrj . ouch of a stir. I'eople mon han ever -.ten run here at the lire liam hurried i" and a OOSi ii"'. I of H wa- thal hey all with two ur three exceptions, :i--f.l Hie reel Ly. I he lire aiiioiint <| to lill! iii thc lome ot Beverly Ward, whii xtiuguished withoul Hie .ld of the ne apparatus. Idmiral Webster ut the Nurmai School. ? in Tuesday afternoon Admiral Vebster, recently retired from the i the Invitation of his neild, Miss Blandy, of Hie N lehool faculty, delivered a thoroughly Dtereatlng lecture In thc Auditorium, m "late "ii ? Mn' ol Vi The Admiral g?vi lay - hu- mi a w.t vi ?el. Including he preparation of food, the di iiii-eiiiilit-ot he Mien, their reading, I I t n special Intered . as if h luirial al sea. Thi ewed up ni the bedclothes ou linell the man died. A .all is placed at in- feel hilt- mi" tin Maier maintain positiou, it ? he bottom "I the belief of sailors, all who ia\e been buried lu this way .re tending on the bed of the ocean, the taler helping to hold the OorpW Up? ai rvlng ii. The think- IK due fur ii* thia \ eilent lecture. A northern Nf iscotisiii journal urg to acquire title \>< a t- out thu e.ir the price ol land ;- .ppr. ml that ii" better or -afer Investment an he found tlian in ual estate hold tl Killed Instantly. ? liinc 111111111,' Saturday ulght, Brown, colored, waa u ? J l.-< i lu -tautly by hailing fruin B liam OD the Norfolk nnd Western road, at Tuggles. ihe hoiiy WMdlacovered al '? o'clock Sun.lay morning lid ff ecu the rail.-, and roti-iai,le Hubbard notified, Pa? pers on ll a per-"ii of the man Indica? ted in- nam. which ilnee, we believe, ha- beera verified, lu tbe man's pock -"me paper-, a bottle "f med? icine and : i _i In currency ami I mm all the circumstance It ls supposed th.l Kolicrt wa- -tand Ingon the rear platform of No. 16 when befell. Tb.body wa- not mu i I Uni, though death musl ha\c heen . imie waa knocked in the back of tilt head the ilse of a man's hand. lu theah-eme of Coroner Kr. J.H. -pinier, Kr. W. J. t.ills wa- Mun? ni.med to the Scene. Ile Mewed the remain.-, heard all the eireuin II they were known, amt deem? ed an Inquest unnecessary. Die body waa turned over to Don -tahle ll uhhard. who put it ut a spring wagon and drove away h> I . lille it wa- hurled. Supervisors' Meeting At a meeting "f the Kanni "i visors of Prince ?dward County, held at the courthouse on Friday, the 1.1th dav of April, 1906. Present: _. L. Du? puy, chairman; A. A. Haskins, W. ll. tiubnard, K. I.. Knee, K. j. Verser. The minutes of thc la-t meeting .I ami approved. The following accounts sgaii County were al lo wt " 7 Ki % ll l.l .ii work on roa.1 f Hoover, lumbar foi road . work mi road n read .*. haulins cm,I.. 1 ia, ? ' ...I . haulms- na*k 1->: road hauling rink fur rna.I ? . for r._l I ? neap kill.il l.\ d 1 ... up ?? JI 01 I* pi . ? lit liv ii t;. Anderson, " li - V ? rn ? .- i r lanai i ra fort'. II. ? ' ? ' 17 If' ? ' lonatk 1 -ii ?- il'tr tax ami ?:mu away coal. *<? ' ... ?>n motion Mat Johnson and Albert KU wera adjudged paupers and allow ? I ? LOU per mouth each. ? in molioii the SOOOUUl of * leo. Kun? ai! for-heep killed I.y dogs waa laid ii Hie tahle until Mime wat. proved hy < in motton Hie i 'ommlsaioni Barding thc Triumph church nd To. Ier mad was laid on the lal.li? lli the next meeting. 'hi motion, W. K. (.ates tia- iii'.im in .lilied fur loci rattle lUSpector "1 locketl District. ? Mi motion it is ordered that e ainl thc -ame i- hereby spproprlat ii toward- the maintenance of the mininer Normal Behool to bc held in ifriiiN Ille Uun coming Bummer. Saul mount i- appropriated, however, Up ii condition, that thc teacher- who Bend school (rom this county shall ol bc charged an admission fi eedlng riot). On motion it i-ordered that the load ?.chine be worked in Locketl Dis rut for _'n dayl and then come to iirniv ille fur -1 dayl lt bl ordered that tbe injured mule OW worked on road he turned over to lie .-uperinleiiileiit of 1".Mir Hou-e for se on poor house farm, and that Mr. hipuy bc Instructed to buy Siiotber mle to be used witta road machine, lui chairman ami clerk are Instructed ? .linn a warrant on thc eounty to ay fol Mime. On motion a committee la eppoint i to ninier with another committee "in the Town COUnel] In regard lo lacadamising thc road leading from niu.d Baptist church up t" Barber*! omi-. The matter of appointing cattle ispectori for thc eounty wa- laid on ie tahle until next meeting. f|.n'1 fllllllS I'rirtllll'tlllll-. i u this age of wonder ami invent!. n art has taken more rapid itridee mn that of motion photography. The issterful program of tins iciencc ls thc greatest educator to which ic '-'nth century has |rixt-n hirth, hink of beholding thc I?lgll.h army lodding up the I hii.eiain Mountain! mysterious and forbid ? I L'Haasa. Think of thc I- ul Monk- in their annual evil festivities which hold the eye ul mind enrapt with tbs wm, ust.- and splendors. Think thc Bedouins' Ililli! OH the -and- of gypt, beneath thc shadows of monti lents built tn thc twilight ofdspart - ami one realise! that s mon nuslng and instrucii vs evening ireely bc -pent. Vet, marvelous as they mas acem, en still mora wonderful reproduc uiis have been -eciireti, entailing sn .us expenses, tim. ami energy, bul ith full a-surance that the public, er hungry fur good wbolt ? nt, amt guided hy their keen n-e nt appreciation will mei .: effort exerted in prn iring them. CountkM \arietu- of lures will he presentedduring ilioii of Archie K. Shepard - ,~- Moving Kicturt- at thc I [ouse next Monday night | thc twiwuiniite horse that ? m. -1 sod in atlay. Murry, excitement, hustle tl it gOCSJ fol people Kc! u- go slow ul lise fong. Overreporting, not Overproduction ll ha- beea a tune in du history of Virgina Barmera, when the Inline a crop ff as profitable, Hiul they could Paik forward with great pleasure to the time ff hen their crops would bc aoM, knowing they would get the vaJuc of their *_*0Ca*_o. Kilt ut thi- day, the larmer- are at thc ' the combines ami trust-, who SraJllSl Nipping their \cry life's blood, ami ca ii-inu'dis-at is faction, discourage ment and poverty among a ___ of people, Who constitute the driving wheel of thc whole universe. Why the dillereiicc.' Iii thc tlays of my boyhood, the farmer! wlm labored day anil by Hu- iweat of their i.ruff luccceded In making a crop of ired their emp for mar? ket, and \i!uii il ff a.-"llend fur shIc. they had an utuli-puted right lo prue thc fruit- ul their OW. lahor, ami con-. sequen Hy their -lore accounts were paul, and they had money left lo fur ni-h their ilcar one- with -nine of Ute luxuries ol hie. and their families tappy am! contented. In all ' uni.me and ' ic ' iiiihiii and stepped for ff ard mi thc -I aire of life, and pro? claimed I" thc world, not in word., bul In action that we expect in thc future Ul lix and control the prk thc product! of ymir lahor. "You work hard and make a ir.I crop of and we will satisfy you." What has been thc eonaequence? ihey ha\c satisfied themselves by taking DUI tobacco Bi their own price. Ihe farmers have been disappointed, efl, and a gnat many hate left then farms io follow eomc other iciilpatioti. and lome have heen Drought tn poverty ami want Brother 'armers, thia i- the state of adair* that has existed for year-. Shall we lie supinely on mir hack-, md -iy t" these combines and trusts, lld m ymir work, until ymi iii-lcd the la-t drop of IiIimmI "rom mir \iin-, or -hall we rise up ii one solid body, Bl holiest men, ami iay liol mily to the comblncc ami ru-t-, i.ut to the world,thal wc are leo? ne to have a voice In fixing a price on mr products, fol which fte bSVC lonestly labored and made ? When the larmer- complain of low e lir-t thing we hear, over troduction! I contend it li nut over ireductlon, hui over reporting. Every keeps an account if all thc tobacco Ihey -ell. Titi--.- r. Iltl.ted, and the airgre :ate amount "f lobacon sold in tba iccordingly. lys heard lt said that li? nd mit Pc." hut I think in li nut prof I I" he cor ecu lui :,- luke Karniville, our borne narke! I hear there has heen admit inc million pounds "f tobacco sold here Un- season; that amount will he sported; other market- ara reporting .hal they -ell. These different ra? ll sum up the aire ? mount sold I Will this I lune heard Pom good authority that one ware OUSC in I'm rm x i Ile has .old two (inu? red thousand pounds of tobacc i that a- bougbl mi oilier marketa, shipped lure, reweighed and sold, and a great eal had been -"ld at the "(lier ttare the -tine way. lt is over vldcntthat all lin^ tobacco full he v . lu Ice, and when the figures f the market report- are compared ith the figures "I consumption, wc ml they do not balance, and it is ver-reporting instead of over-produc Oll. Ket tin their own count lg. their own selling, and the time ill come when they will he happj nd prosperous aa in days of our fore- ^ .tliers. M. * armville Local News Thirty-two Yean 1-71.1 Ki:"i.u; --: Karim Hie i- looming up mndly. In the first place she is go* il' t" lune ii circus tomorrow ' ? 'i \f ith Hinch pleasure mt Kr. Jim. W. Nash,of('arteraville, red mt" a partnership with r Lyle, and i- about to become a Srmvllllan. Ile ft ill he cordially well known and 111 be a valuable cequlsltton tu our llfll. <oi. J. K. Fitzgerald, of Worabam, ? ut to make Karmt ille his lim . \\ c inc inclined to the Opinion mt t!u : ll in our town who ive beard of thc Colonel, and who ill gladly like lum in ami tin him nit n id ett do all they 'can to eora nee him Unit he ha- done wisely in iming In john lt. Wilson, Esq., of Cumber nd, i- going I" make him-elfa lum Mian, loo. ile li no stranger to the ?opie here, and for that reasmi they ?c glad he i- minni',' among tliein to rho Will -ny (bal Karim ille not progressing. Bi ii'.i u:',; Sunday night,as there as no preaching, -"tuc nneaay Indi dual, I" pu--aft ny thc tune, and tu akc a raiae, entered the butcher Burger .V Miller hy means .fabe key. ft ilh a lue luncher's ii tit" money drawers ul took from 11 i.-iii nothing. V .'. Miller having fortunately ft that amount in i : [uni ha\ lng the of c "i Begistrar al Bprln a place. Judge K. N. Walkin- ha ? | J. S Mckie tn supply thc ii'iiiu t in the -prunr tune you renovate your : Hollis .v Mountain Tea drlvi - out i pu ri th uni enriches the o al and j ? ii ri tit? thc entires) -?? ra ?ii-, l nc Win-ton Drug I Walker Bolling. ll. Bolling was joined wedlock to Mr. Ed. in B. Walker M. at the residence Mr. .1. W. W "tii.tck near town hy i of thc indc, Rev. J. H. Mr. ami Mr-. Bolling and Kr. Chas. lenton, of Richmond, near relatives the i Ot, and Mr. illiani Walker, the father of the ina willi his wife. There pre-cut a few of thc nenre-t lenda "f the bride from Karnifille ul I 'iimherlaiul county. Herald an.I N 1 World 11.60. EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. A Summer Normal st Farmville. The pro-|ic I Sum ibool al Un- pl . bright uulc'ii Thc enlighleneil ciilri pnsi ol the Town Connell tu appro),rial ami the v. i-e liberality al Un I Supcrvifxirs of this county in giving *_fsi lott ards the ex pen-ca ol such a school almost smut. Ita financial -ne? rt--, li dOM mure, lt |,rin ill I'ruicc Eduard student- who al farad a reduction iiniii - ? i" - ? tuition fee for the term of foul We csu OOUnl murern er, on ral appropriation from the count* school hoard of this County and "I "titer ramntlaa round about whose leschen will largely sttend ll mer -clitKil. Buckingham eounty has i given 1100, Appomal land ****_, and wc are confidently ex? pecting -itiular appropriations from Charlotte. Haili.v, Lunenburg lenham, Amelia, Notto. tan, Canipliell and other com No len than |1,600 and at li . students is the mark ff I the Karmt ille Summer Normal. Karniville has an educational repu? tation lo suataln and we pro] maintain thc high standard ol lenee already BSCOClated with thc linnie of Karmt ille through Ital riot educational work nt the Karin ville -tale Normal. Our energetic ami progl Superintendent ie already at work -i curing thc hest available talent for tbe eorps of instructor- "i tins and the "thcr Summer Normals : h-hed in dlflsranl part- ol Hie State and tt e may re-t SSBUrsd that Kui in ville, witta its unexcelled equipment, its healthful climate, il- Illina W.tet ami Ite cultured homes where the stu? dent, will find at thc -ame timi.i iiuti welcome and wonderfully hoard, will .-tanti -ccoiul to none iii tbs attraction- and sdi ant to students ol thc suuiini I Already letters are coming iii from teachers in different parts ol I axptsaslng thc hnpe tliHt a - ii mi mt-1 school will he carried on Si this place ami denoting their derrire to .Itel d. Th. hearts of funner student state Nounal who tttie Dot able to ?oinplete the cn m.se arc turning In I arni', ille ami Un- suiiiiiu t .? many "f them here levi, mg old iiicin >rit- and Imbibing flesh learning. Another consideration that ttill loiihtless uillueiice many teachers I" ?ttC-d this or sonic oilier luuiuiei ichiKil is that the nen Stat. ? 'Xaiiiin i ions, which take place "ii Msj ?lu.I.- afsvetalsubjects not hitherto re liiired fur a lir-t grade i Little tune I- left fm pre* ore the regular examinations sra held, uit by attending a lummi i cacher-or prospective ones will have heprit llegeof standing 11 imlnatlon held st thc close "i thc ebooti on July " and -uat 1. Pour Weeks of faithful work at the ?'.rmvllle Summer School nun ur many a teacher i lirst gnuie ccrti lents when she would otherwise have u content herself with a second ? ttl fica tc \t Ith lesi ch mee ul jetting a -cliiiol and lc-s pay if -lu |0C! get "lie. Appointment of School Trustee.. I he taboo! I ru-ict Elector! a I Board ompoaed of Bunt. J. ll Davis, Judge Vsa I), Walkin-, attornej for the "iniiiiitiwcalth, and Mr. I lerk, met mi thc call "t thc I norman t3 p. m. I Dcaday In tbe ofl ii'K'c Watkins lu appoint ru-tees iii the place ol those whoM i-rin of oMicc expires un May l-l next. Ir. W . II. Walden WU re_| ; sj the BuflaJlo I >i-i Mr. ll, I. i lix for the Karmt ille District, nd Mr. J. R. Morton foi the Hamp en Kistrid. Mr. T. V. Knee, of i mich Ila j ppointed in the place ol Mr. K.ufT tau for Leigh Ki-trict, and Mr. Ben Valton in the place ul Mr I K. Ken edy fur thc I.kett District. Mr. KaiiU'iiian sent lu his i lon ami endowed Mr. Prit Mr. c. K. Kenned] most i ctlv., efficient .nd aocept.bli : , ho has git en holli his time and ef irts freely i" thc advancement of the neile aehooii of bis district. But the ?et that he n-ideil in snottier county i-iiilercd hun Ineligible iindci Ult f thc sclnsil laws. The Superintendent deems ll i met? te of coiigralul.ition that i ie efficient sid and wtae coui nch men Hs BomposC the -i i ral Dis rict Koard- in lu- ellorl- I" -? ? um Un .; toeeben possible fur our (| ?IiimiI- ami to advance thc public ti ?linois to the btgheat point "f ef- v elency. i. - P Public Meetings in May. The exact dale- fur these mi ate not yet heen arranged but it ?ems prohahiy that a public meeting ill he held al Wor-hain or Hanipdeii iilncy abOUt May Isl. and knottier ut lulcne May Mfa or luth. The duel lijeeK of the-e two meei -rta I n the will of the people Ol Hamp rn Ki-tru t a- to raising the ?Inm>1 levy from lOc lo 20c tm tb) i order to meet the actual QI ic schiMils of the district. Meetings will he held al ot yet decided BOOU at RlCC and at to. peel i" aacertaln whether tl lc nf these communities d Kistrict High School has Lien laid efore thc Koard of Education and will . doubt soon bs acted npon and we upc faturahly. Klee and Proa] iii -li ul l mil a- -ism a- pottlble, or thc npjKir- ' mity of securing state aid ttill Ik' line. - he Kew York Symphony Concert Assured. . ?t i ork Symphony < ll a will esstainly play at Blackstone ii Saturday morning 1st, at o'clock. A -uMicicnt niimher of tick is hate been ioid to guarani ?eeeeaoftht.ncert. Penoni desir ig to hear thia, OM "f thc | rehestras of the world, should write tome to Ihe Kluck-tone Institute ta, general minn?1.>- -1, re- >i ?rttal -eal- 11.25. Hersh! sud Wori PRINCE KDWAKD COUNTY Klee. April IT iud, Mr W. M. I sltiott || -lull :,n.| tt ill siam mote his family tin re. He living al Klee for a long tune ami has t- who will bc sorry With her home people. unpinned .?I- (ruin thc Normal. Morton and Kelli visited thc Mi-st-s Walton ut and Bund ? Honduran! it iii the Inline of her uncle, Mr. .1 A. B.luraiit. i W w llson railed .1 Bunny side Mt lhall cilled to -cc Mi- M. I Pi ld Mr- K. K. Ki-- spent "-lin? day with Un Mrs. B. ll Mr. Herbert lfOtidurant,ofitoanoke, a days Mis. t.. W. * Miter, of < : ?Mr. K. I. llondur.nl left Sunday to at feud a farmers meeting lu lei Mi-- Bern iw attended the marriage of her friend, Miss Nan nu Boston, last Vinni. Apr I 17, I mut ille Methodist pastor, d i fine ser? mon to liion at the Minnie Overton Chapel hut Sunday. Miss Nellie K.-iii.cr, of Longwood, Mr. Al? lied Bai Mrs. N. K. Hancock and Ml l'ic Ilaucock the home ol Mr. II. ll. Krench laal I Mian Budd, of ' Hy with her I >\ erinn. Mr. Jot I children ta ! i-t Monday. Mrs. W. M. <?.Ilium and daughter, Wood and bl if I-'amit ille. th relfs Misi Maggie Hancock and Mr. linne- Hancock \ lilted relatli i Mi. .tml Mr-. All Monday evening tt Mr-. Henry ?I I-. K. I . i-lted their home j -imply. Felden. April 17. ind Luce, of llamp lectured on mi l:i-t Sunday ifterno Min lt, ffh" liai int, 'dr-. I. W. . inline in Cumber nii.l ? -. ? ti ii tv. Mrs. W. l?. Redd, ol Karniville, I iiii lasl Sunday rn the neighborhood. Mr John Henry Allen ami it the linnie if Mr. Nathan Bell, "f Putneya, lui saturday night and Sunday. - J. P. and K. P. >l I it un thc on. Mr. I. lon Sn ic lat'. returned t" . nding int- tt nh her home people. Mr. Allic .1 day. Miss , islting rlends In Karmt die this n Miss Ma Scott, ? by one ? ? . i rom Friday until Monday al bi Mrs. Emily Moor rdaj t" - In Lynchburg. Prospect. A| ul ls. | In tb< I must tell your limy reader! we had i gi -ure enough) al Prospect church Monday. ? Mir ' i We ired ff "Hi ? i Inter mualc Inter ttith mu-: fficient ind. I mai nentlon ? iiiicl by i ? Lasl bul by do -cnliitl'ili of lor the Sunday - ami all children in thc su plueked from heavily laden Mr. J. R. ! denn, ami Mr ( . iiihard and Lelia red t" I rd to witness the am : hunt w!u ? . ' . | [|. . ixioui boya larch foi the largest number ol ' I'.'ially thc children. ni sn ' er t lal! Ml-.- i a lUlpli Mr. < l. Mr. M ugton, - mother. Mr. Winn, tutor of Mr. Watt : Appomattox on Monday. Mr-. ( mic tin.. ind several ? Mr-. B. A. ': pie last WW V (.arden. Mr-, j. K. IKx and i ? cr old Miss Mamie (.Iciin, who h , lick two weeks with pneumonia, wa I lo report is much iiiipr,.\ei|. Mi-s Margie Craft Icy - Mbooi chi-ed la-t week, witta Bp| ending with sn Easter egg hunt, thc -ame M Qg t)le pri/e-wiiuier. Mr. I. \\ Crawley and Margie ? rawley tisited Dublin, the hospitahlc home of Mr. Usjorgs Hunt, bari -fal ami Sunday. Kit. A. I,. Carson will pt. , I -uiiii.it morning, -. Smy n Butialo. April 17, pa.,. Mr. Hugh Cunningham, who has [tending Nett p..rt N my the past winter, reached home last Saturday. He will receive a wann welcome at each i.ic in thc vicinity. Wc hope etcry one enjoyed tb tiful bright Ka-ter. Easter eg ? ?ard- were distributed among thc "faithful few" Juvenile mem Buffalo Sunday Sclnsil. Mr. Ih.-- W.Crawley and daugh? ter. Mi? Margie, -pent Saturday .it Mr. Geo. Hunt's. i to repurt a continued Improvement In Miss Helen M. Hunt'i condition. - at her lather'-. Mr. H. K. Hunt's, ni a few M Jennie Elliott is tilting her niece, Mr-, c. K Bfnfocd. Mrs. M. -. Mixire ll visiting at her lr. J. H. MiKirc. Mm.? .bell Moore, and two young? est children, Jamie and Samuel, arc e- in thc neighborhood. Briery April ls. pas,. Mi. and Mr-. J. II. Ingram and lilli, -on, of Lunenburg < . H.. -pent : .-I tuck with her motli? er, Mrs. Kiuy A. Kriddy. Ml Nut Morton tisited li Mrs. Holladsy, at Hsnipden-Sldney, un Sunday and Monday. Mr. W. &. Chappell am! tamily, of ice, Mrs. Willis < 'hsppell ami Mr. \\ hittle Chappell, of Abilene, .f Mi. and Mr-. Edgar ? Lunenburg, last Sunday. Mr. I. W. Redd fia- at his home near lu . I 1 tt eek and part of Ihe tum' hud :i w illii Smith, of Lunenburg county. Mum Emily W. Kedd, who bru -ick, is lunch Improved. Kev. W. E. (.rant, of Km wi,I.lee. ipent several daya last week at his Mr. Kee w. Morton ami family through thc tillage Saturday en route t" ti-it ulallie- al Mein mn. BUCKINGHAM COUNTY Arcanum. April 16, h??i Mi-- Estelle Stokes completed her -ix montha1 term a- pntate teacher in thc home ol Mr. HobdltCh on Kn hiv ln-t, ami had an enjoyshle break? ing up parly of Ihe young men ami maidens nf the neighborhood. Miss ?Hokes won many friends during her -tay in tin- neighborhood, and gave ?omplcte satisfaction a- teacher. Nett som ami daughter, lula. _m. up from Portsmouth on Satur lay t>. pay a lung t i-it t" her j ? Mi-. Hebditch. Mr. Hunter Sugar, of Karmt ille, ?nine up Suinlat to SSS lu- alek k?Otb ? r, whom we arc glad fa) -av i-some arh.timproved. .Mr. Ligon,of Farm ,Hie waa ala il Mr. K. J. ttegar'l Misi Ellen I thrown front ier buggy one day lasl week by s ri-ky boree, and bruised somewhat, ult not seriously. Mr. Thniiias ll UarUCtl feel- un ill nun iiis fail of last week. He fol (hal in- asea] < mm being dragged to death. Dillwyn. April 16, i 1 linty Inion A. S. of I. . mc' n regular aessio. at Dillwyn onSatm lay nth. Dell anting eight mal i. pre-eiit. ('han? nan lill - i Jiihn i ? I Clinton H. Junes i" rc| resent Sue?Ingham eounty In tbe State mi et og to beheld at Lynchburg on the :i-t and 22nd instant. A comm ippointed by the ebalr ium In mal..> i.' nt- for the ?rection, or renting of building or tuildlugi fur pri/mg U\, .a.," crop of 1006, and lo rs in t and ?inpiny ii msaager fur same. This luitimiti I J W ll. 'Miser, Van (iilliain, Erank i '. i. I. Dun tu n, Kenn tiills. I next llwyn shoal mid.tl.- ol Inly ami nevi rally of all - ,f the nr.ler iii Un y. thc i and SWeet ?rs of prominence will he Invited t" alk on tbe aims and purposes of the 4 Equity. LUNENBURG. Lunenburg C. H April 16, 1906. ?i for Lunenburg i |_et Monday with i lumbet isider ng thc had rainy day. Judge I'.ark lale adjourned lill Saturday, which B ii pru It-water Hallway at tlay sli? mmed - [U "f N,l,y Quite numher of lawyers ? rho repreeented tbs 'inlett ater Kad : thc Lunenburg Lumbt . Lunenburg ' " t" neild an ciitertainiiient given >r tbs benefit of tbe Methodlat ctaurah t Planton from lampdeii-Sulney with his family to nany of the people In and around tbs illagc aiminlilliil st Ins I bl their new home them a i hst Mn i would have ne lg until they ?I after their >iigtri|'. Wc Impt they may (iud it plea*aiit L* ?' M"r* roundit ***'?- Henry K.uiey, of Kichinuiid, i- t i-ttiiig her -i-ter, Mi- J. ( . (Jary. Mr- I. K. Kragg returned y.-tei day from a t isit to lu i | trent-. rio till.- f..r ll,.. I i.hw al.r Hallway are still at the Courthouse, and will Lc until al...ut May 1st flnlshll work. AMELIA COUNTY Pollard April l TtK a line -criiiuii to a ls . Sun lay at I 'mon Church. firs. Martha Sadler, from I'amct die, is ijmtc sick at Mr John tYuigo's, her nephew. 1 -tr. I - are out lor the man Mr 1 ns,rge Kdtt iii i 'suter ami M ? -telle Karlet ?iiurch, nu l-sday tbs Mu of April. Tomorrow al 1 o'clock P. drs. j. w. Lowry s, will be Um if a heautiful marriage, ti hen __. dary El lae Lowry bSCOCaCS the Lnde il Mr. D. W. K.'ftlkes. I h,- cr.. ly will bs performed ly Kit. Kr. ?ott-, of Amelia C. H. Mr. W. K. Kaiisun, nf I;., Depot, isited Ins father and friends .if Hus sntly. Mr. John Kat is, ol Meberrin, is mother from ."saturday until I nes? sy CUMBERLAND COUNIV High Bridge. I.C. M -until and A \S . ilgOO arritcd home lir-t of week limn kentucky, and brought with them ito liiie Spani-h JaV MiM K.lleli l.lgoii I- !.a Her .?hool closed la-l tt eek. 1 lind Smith, of the Normal, ?cut Bastes at borsae. Mr. and Mrs. K W. Madi-m called D Mi. and Mi- Mat BtSgai H ICIIIllg. Mi- iiKin- Walkei sud m -- Maria oiling were united ni marfflagl Weil i-i I av. Krui. K. K. Blanton spent I ith his mother. Miaaee Ethel .nd Irene Ligon, Mr. asil Bruce, Mr. ami Mi- fla! - ul Mewn. c. M. Smith, U.rland, leger, Eddie (iarnell ami J. A. Ariut ?i'l K. B Hughes Hid Ken Walker sited Mr. Ligon'i last ti i Mrs. ll N Madison ttated in ?. i- I VV Madison la?t t. Mt?rs. ( M. Smilh and A W Igon -pent a \ery pleasant evening ith their nhl neighbor, Mr. ( u lantoti thc night they left for Kett? ie ky. Letter to H. C. Ksyton. Farmville, Ku. -in Portee?i much, ?i k, ao much; all thc it av between .lust -" with paint. Devoelead and in' i- the Korterhiiii-e. Nobody ants thc neck; th' sOSUS iv. i- nod enough f"r tin m. lint Kct ne cn-ts le--, nut mote, than il and-oil I- hetti i the old-fashion paint. Kilt (Inc has mic in. Zinc toughen! while lead. ct oe lead -and-sinc la the paint that .??ii - iit icc a- long a- lead and-oil, .Mr. John N Keilli Kau Hafen. N. ., wi ; "Mr. ( harte- Holleubeck, of this ace, painted his house : ;o with Devoe lead _nd-ilnc; his ther painted at the UUIIS tune with id-and-oil. [oday the s,,;r OS? B! areli a- the .lay il tta- iiHinliil lille thc filth.?' - all chalk. I off and need- painting tery badly. IC father says lie will paint with cf oe next tune. K. W. Hi via i s. J. K. Walton .v. ( ". -iii our lint. AUCTION SALE. I will "lier r.u -ale un ednesday, May 2nd, 1906, ni in o'clock A. m., my entire Livery Stable Outfit, eluding lo heall "t ffpod, round inrk kind in all han.. -. | Bunnys, % Bossies, 1 Bus, feta Double arness, 90 Boom, BJaukets, Office '. Al -ame lune ttill "Hu mt BOS allion. Ill I' i.i f A. A. COX, Karmt die, Va. )pera House londay Night, April 23 ARCHIE L. SHEPARD ill present thc most marvelous Moving Pictures EVER EXHIBITED. Positively Everything New. .1 One* Picture Ever Shown al Paraville Will Be K'i prodoced. md 50 ( I. -ale at (rule - I N FOR DYSPEPTICS. 49 Broadway New Yoe* - cAppin Ins. Rm. I ? Dear Sirs:-Will you send as on as possible to alutve ml ess a bottle of JOUT dyspepsia mei ly?any wat "-'iff' nm ms-* quiek. Why don'tyoa pu* it na irk market;.' Vouir \V. s.e. cAlpin Dyspepsia Remedy Co, Paf-fillfl, Ii1.