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i : ? ? i i. i I il ? MERE OPINION. I ? REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR. ' ? ' ville Herald Thrice-a-week New York World, BRIER IND PER! I 111 H. ? \V. II. il at the ? ? i'. H.. v> ? lill the M to the to Mr. Thomas \\ 'th. Ht " . ll ' taxes !<lit i- .ii by de lr., was ? ri. We t II Mr Eg n to the ? term of i ? Dr. Hoi ? untie! c. tut ? are priv I] 'Till. Ul PM tn Isc.iiii:. med iini''l' i ts, vv h.. i- | in the penitentiary, v In ii tci ri LU- plot to make then t cape lu.ni the cl in the ii. vv steal cell. They first ? - m their Ball ? plum lier to . Ter fruin HimhIiiik lt WHS Wi; I thiiii I ? tippet births, ; on the ?I I,..th ' .:ter be lily nf i; hnrin Third Musical iii the tnnservatnry ii! Music. ? at the ? 'Inn two vv. ,re of hearing fifty All the nuin studled of the I - Willis gives of the life of one of the ciiiinel then ' ?i was Krui,: T illusi? ve 1. : intents f..r a mon lation of classical music. i rd son, live M Pay lour Pull Vu. - -.ii or before t vote in the liui t June for Mayo I nu.I Councilmen. Afb .morrow you will b i ii'Hieiit. itv too, oil-tax in.? _ inty. iliat he .1 the linn - in thc ritiii will pay the III N'DKKI) DOLLARS rh that ? s K Jilli I 'ecein A. NV. OL1 \ - ? ? tv Public. Intern - directly on the !.|<?>il ami ':ce. InncriM. of Farniv il ? for them in the ur-diiy Dight Norms Audit,- iburt String m. The ii N ? ? -ts to stop off foi a ind give the students ami the vu tin opportunity rn conies to small ? from ? liter of Am ?neut for the entir ?al element of the town t Adm ? Lasl Saturday. in unusual air on ,ii clune down In cir country fiieml- were . I it mild is tiiat they will gather le f.rce mi next Haturd ?? tii.r we nilly make Dp for a ? packed for our market, and butter and chick P.ut they will hist for a w,'. and at tin- time we will i>e for them ami mir " v for you. .: did combination that : r y and town. I c ninon ami niau should do tui - to tilt mid <ln b - most clothe ns ami the hanker must give thi bange, w bile uust rule and reign over Without the latter the former art all in Vi Phimniirautt. by Hunt . a v n 12 months gold in Llsl Ymir Farm. wfa for your farm, c. no fancy price, bal i- worth, ami want quickly, I am in tbe position to handle u. \n illy of large ?mers for any num? ber il li right, moat nf them you mith in tell. List them with w m. W. Jackson, Mein VV, K. El. Immigra? tion. M.-1I1H.' it iern Land apl. .).?If. Torturing! - burn itinent - K- spreading, Instantly ires it perma? nently. Al Daaetag Prorea Fatal. - h colds ttl ?onsumptlon. A . - ?. up h cold and DO ' we any but the genuine in ? yellow pscka^e. . Drug i o'. another Kemiiider. In order to rfaallfj : on ne\l .lune when the mu? nicipal ? ? ; lie vou-r i in the primary election which ? ly held daring the month of M . Lynchburg News writing upon lins or ill government rests upon tb ll 1- VV :. inunity. Public otl nt the a^tnl- ! ' intent, li" every u ot his city al ? ? oe ii"t i. that lillies- ; TU) of next month rendered Ineligible for tl ? Many Pupils Added to Schools. of the Department of Kducatlon, linds, in .'ci f.,r lu re|Hirt, that -.-!.I wslm'is used nu' in p .pul trity. I.1st J . tWO ol these wagons; tin- j ce fifty two. LmI ? of thiel - imfort il the consolidation of thi ? .1. I n ed in a . -ch.,,,I -'\ III I' e ninty children. In i Corni.inc 1 int ? 1 lo. Sam Bruce Scull. Post:: .t, who ''. loy one ering the fa inly w ill ? favor l . at the ? ?". i I'o-tiu ister, Karim Hie, Va : My I ici Slr:?Mi i i,I.ni man from Pi and WU . Alfu-. and Peter, ami hi- Ivv '.! Ile .'cme w ith the intention of go ' allfornla. Knox . enn., In Is: Ulltil lsTt. I : county, Tenn., am! i, Wei tlexander, Cornall .?ell, WHller I -on Davis, Willie i it, and is I am one ,,f In- son- I a-k if v to hand them to writ .rs truly, W. Obituary. Mrs. Mary tailer liv hil' Brock, Irvinvr, Professor Henry i . Brock, ..? den-Sid died at her home. Ilanipden-Sidney. on the I'.tl: S ber, 1907, in ber sixty-first year. Mrs. linx.-k was born at the old hon of tbe Irving family, "Rolfeton Buckingham Courthouse, Va. Hei father, a gentleman of tl: iminenl In 81 of both I: the Vi at the beginning of the war clerk of Buckingham county. Born of such people and surroundings, Mi-. Brock in her of the l.tst tradi? tions of the civ ill/Htion of I .--outh " Bj - n, lie: charin of manner, I lierde votion to dc: beautiful Southern I w blcfa rn women the ornaments of Bout ami the pride of Southern ! ? wa- a "lielpn I, at all li trusted counsellor, his faithfu ant, b -'ay. Ai Kenmore High School amherst county. Va., st the In; m i hal Va., and ai Hamp niore than twenty-two yi :n mourding tin- in , ? yoong of hII thei-e instit ll Hg their - their work and their n i ri ir for what was n true. Two -, with her husband, siir\ive. Mi-. Brock and mother reamur her children in the "nurtuH and admonition of the i [mi it Shh. ? thoseplctUl r Xmas that would i at once. cent h : Planters P.ank stock for - more than a score .f anxious bay erl Try the Herald w ! ? I to I.ny nell, rent or r- article. Jae! t a w.rd. A long fae, gathi n i. v? frk A In? to .have. Skilful men -hon,d know how to dis -?ill. , it Isn't ii ? that pr When a woman take-the out of a man her own. Patting ? little more in than you .: will eventually Iii pur-e. the average done '?>? Sheuard Smith solemn W. P.. 19, 1>"7, \ll pard and Mr. R Smith. Prom pt I j irioi ni tho following older to th ful y rendered 13 '?' Pirti; Mi-s Hydnoi 1 id Mr. J. W. -iiepard and Mr th, then ti ? beautifully gowned lu white silk and 11, who ' tastily l, while the y bouquet Th it very in,. I viler u . dining , most delicious dinner 1 in left for an el I lour. Being al home aft Iwyn where tiny will In the future ami attrac and Mr-. Iturweil gr mn is tl; M rs. Willie Smith. , few friend-, ?? of attend 10 were I lt Hil |Uite num. ?Minii.tr the popularity of 1 \\ " Dillon I.role. . Henrhts. . \\ ed > burch Mr J. Leslie Dillon J. H. ' in Church at Paiiiplin follows: . 11 1 iver ton, I and Irving 1 vv ith lier brother, Mr. J. ll. <rute preceded by her maid of honor. Miss Dillon, and I tillon. . handsome brown while the maid of I ll attiretl 1 ly pink dress and pict 1 isntbemums. ? remony the bridal ; I ? lbs home ippy couple left on 1 for Rluefteld SV. Va j will mar future : Farm,Hie Mills Replies to Mr. Bruce. ? 11 ii:, Va., I Mr. T. H. grinding in? tuit Ml sll the it when the tmlned it ami found a luantitj ii lt and told Mr. i oniony 'mil it until lld iret it Ile offi red i" g 'our made f free of m Mr. Bruce pt, or he was Ht liberty nie. Had M r. B inereh tiiiii a better ? y Mr. li? lle has . Iiiiit. It i- our aim to treat every ol and to try not lo injure I 1 l.ef ore grind it, a:. : if mir 1 il these thinis's before bringing to market, their ? r price : w ben ground. 1 Mir ilour rn ' 1 ii any ground 1 ill bring one dollar more in the market than that ground In the old way by country .is truly, I mvii it: Mil Minim m. .Hims Hos The, Haie Improved a Standard Kerned',. In thc 17th < enlury a citemei I miami and ?fut curative Import. ly br it wa loun.l to be adulterated to a irr. winch il value. In ls v. a faniou- 1 in the ind alter two :h j ro 1 light brown oil fi rt val usble than th< a> oil, but the 1 that it mad! it unpopular. The most vs -. how* uiiieiit : all of -I body build ? ing oil nal ele -of-iron ntific ami val? li which the world ha- ever known - and is un? di pulmonary Try Vinol 1 nantes to re ve sat 1 Dayl un Hts Back - vie Nctt. ce ?0U. h ?n '. find it aria like 1 I had been on my bax! ?er two application. I ? Va. Sold by White 4 C>. and Winaton Dru* Cc Hici' throat I trie < 'ii. pain in hiiv pirt. Herald and X. V. World fl.60 THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN. (joni! Kelore. I ai r. ? - ma ever and near. . - rea and aml.r hal.. breath ot prayer. That I ft hear. ind. and ringlet i.-ep; my arm fur the rl_i|, ' l .ir U strang-. I. aaa brow with i i And arroa? la .ra no more from thnee dear eyee (low, ? ".imintT again. I rain. . ? . "There*. . beautiful region above the akin. Ami I long to reach ita .hore, hall find my tr. . The la I amber hair A Word to Boys. Our young friend, did yo i i to mind a 00, who,having b make in the world, spent bis lime on ths street or in any other form of idle to suceed in an eminent degree in any enterprise? , er your list of friends and ac juaiiitan.vM and note their Do yu not lind upon examination ire men of Influence and honor, were the youths who made the moat of valuable time, turning it to . int? Ami. on the other hand, do yon not lind that with a pipe or cigar in their moutbi from had to worse,from worse to ruin'.' Sadly must the answer he made oh. that it were not so tbej Will von not proflt hy the experience of others'.' (lo not that way. Never lie nile. Kvery moment of your time Iden one. ll i, im? prove the mind, lix your mind on some nohle. is for men: will you not he one of that number who ctn say "1 am a Hints tor Husbands. When anni Ireh, the most iiu portent duties of bil life have fairly Hie errors of hi* youth may he obliterated, the faults of b - day- m bul from the moment ofhlsmarriage he.m. :.ot h\ y which he must ever after? ward he reported and ju-! li- home, 1. for his family, the training of hi- chil? dren, bia attentions to his wife, bis de? ls of eternity . which his character will evei mated hy those who think or . . lum. These will determine ition while living, and influence his j w hen tl . over liiiu. Al ,,r ill the brief space allotted to him, out of all eternity ; lb a fame : "ii the ni"-t s,.i d "t f Th? -,, w ill Hod and man judire him. He bolds in his lum.I-the private weal and woe of his wife ai,-; md if he al - hope f..r mercy hereafter. Many child noes astray, limply I home la.-ks sunshine. Many a wife - death her beal friend, he who swore before liod to "love - WhatSh.tllTh.it Boy Do. Who will tell the hov wh i this what he will do? When he be . man will lie do many things? Will lie write, ami s() he useful and healthful in ."peech, ready in coiiiniuu iinl ..f st tong in;' what ar. to do. What you like to do now, you will he likely to do hy-and hy. I oral.le thing you disrespectful to, or do you your parents and U Remem? ber the boy makes the man. If the ad the niau will lt-. I- ix it in your mind which you will he. unod Manners Vonni: folk- should he manerly. Many h gb they do not behave to suit I company. They feel timid, bashful '?li-trustful the moment they are addressed hy a strange! or appear in com; I this fe ling, ami BCquil and Kni lo do it home s ire not learned by teaching - "> t must he courteous, kind, civil, gentlemanly and womanly at and then it will become a kind nd nature to .ne be? are eran not lay off when we ?ro among pie we have e\er known in company are hool for all itt HM I U Correct Speaking. ? all oar yoong reader- to acquire it in early lift longa r sou live the more difficult the re i-and ' youth, the proper of lanxuaire unfortunate try properly .I.h.med to talk --lane; all hi. life. Moncv vcr. He bm langnaire whidi he reads. Ins! the slang which he hears, to form his lt i-iets and authon of the country, to treasure BJ phrases nory, and hahitati himself to their use, avoiding at the same time, that | ? -ion ami ix.uihast which show the weakness o vain ami i'.iou rather than the jiollsl of an educated mind. PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY Beck ira vary glad indeed to see an? other store hen 1 something greater in the near future. v isintu nt < rewe thi- vv. Mr. Parks, from Lytiehhiirir, was ii-re Monday. We regret very much to make men? tion of Mi-s Beaala Ann- deparlure lay. Mrs. Janie Radford returned from Tuesday. Estella Jenkins left M with her sister, Mr- 1;. H. Hill, tor Rather! will sUiy until Chris Mr. (-eorge Klliott lett Sun | ur<, after a pleasant this neighborhood. i arie Radford, of Burl is the gucel of Mi-s Maude Radi - Maude and dace I. were here Tuesday eve:. Mum : p.. 11 ia an a few dayl Adelle, our nelghborhoi I sev ere loss in the death of M rs W. C. Couch i traim her hume in Durham, S where - I her la-t on the morning of 16 ii st. after a bri painful illness. Her brother, Dr. J. H. Terry hastened to her - : Io the last, but all that hands amt skillful ; uld do for her was in vain. Her lite vv of lovely Christian punt.. a true wife, lovini; motlier and eetofaUa loyal Christian. All that was mortal of Mr- - reel in tho fomUy burying ground ai I ll.s.ker borneo toad. I .row.! assembled t. .-t tn I.ute of love to her memory and Ht afternoon sha in her 1.. place, while the congregation eang softly, we'll Undera) May the dod of Hil un i the bereaved family Hud w to their sorrowing n. i . eoll y Kev. J. B. Will Dr. and Mrs. J.I). Terry, ol were in the BOOM ol Mrs. M J ' irday, Sunday ami M The Koli of Honor for school Buffalo district. Mil i Kook ?r, for the past i Julia Cunningham, Eva Cu ham, Henry I Jr., Ida Layne, Annie Rodgers, John? nie Rodgers, Ellen Rt d ('arwile, Allen (arwile, Hugh (ar wile and Myrtle Motley. Prof. E. M. Terry, of Fairfield, Va.. Mr. VV. P. Terry, and Mr \ i Terry, wi re iii the lc Mrs. M. J. I .1. ll. ( ouch and daughtei .11 returned to t' bornes on Monday last, afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Many of our BCighbo hunting, and a nice lot of hir-l ? ?folk. Mr. Willie Hooker paid M trip to I-'iirui. ii The farmers are very much - aged at the progress which i- being made by the Taro i/atlon anal it ii hoped that the time far distant w hen our county will be iin/ed H- ll Buck j are being oom hu ?dy work of tbl that their only hope hes In org lion and will cast their lot amt their support in tl. Abilene. Mr. (harlie Rice, and daughter, In? lay fa.r Noi ulina, to vi-it relatives and fm . -ome time. Mr. Lynwood ( arwile, ol th - left for Kaltiniore la-t Frldi hi engage in \mlrew Baker s| day with Mr-. \\. B. Franklin. Mr-. J. I. Franklin i J. J. Franklin, In Baltimore. Kev. tieor-te Pankey, of Richmond, will preach Ht the liHptist Church, o, on Sunday morning, at ll o'clock. We are glad to ari to Beniah M. E. Church, ll. Powell. Briery. Nov. ! Mr. J. Werner. Redd and i i ty from RI inoiiy taking place at < hrisl I ireh at I P. M. ol that day. Mr-. Redd WH- M i of that city. Mr-. (J. ? lilford Womack Mr- < ieorge I Uiver, of < Mr. I ami fanniv ,,r. Mr-. . - : tireen Hay. ?. Little Mary Hurt, daughtei rmvllle, and grand? daughter of Mr-, i this place with whom lb< lay "ie Inti it her death was entirely unex| ? Mrs. Creed Ranson and daughtei : her daiii-l.t CHARLOTTE COUNTY Eureka stills. Ash Camp Baptist Church was the it noon, of a pretty marri ijje, ge Overton 1 i'ettus. wi Hamnet one of < harlotte's fai r most |h,pular young daogbten church was prettily decorated for Um i. Mrs. Fred Hamnet the wedding march, and Dr. J. W. Il Dyches waa the celebrant. Dr. Ployd Gregory wu Um bast man and Mist . Spencer maid of honor. 1 ht bride entered wit!. . A. B Hainner. Hie following were - Hanmer, ll H. Hanmer. B. M. Arvin. Mr. am Mr-. Pett'.is will v ball tile Ja _ .Hon during their hone;. Mr. Pettus isa merchant, and e. I ly popular. storehouse dress, of Rough Creek, was burned ot thelsth. No insurance, and stock of got I ):. and Mr- w lilian, ii, I at a turned gaaa-SSSrril I I Mi ? Mr ' Mr with M - Meh Nun it . i them I ira full i inda itn of the i il ? ? t he work at in tin- ? .v of lea Hen; IDHI Ihls. , Ism, lt I var ? adi. -. I Opera Hou 2nd N Durno, th Tnesd lit, Dec. io PICK. KAJSMVILLE.