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; I ? . ll. a ? yu lUCE PRICE LIST. KhwsimI Ead HeKk tn PAULETT & BUGG ll Is and dialers li, i inn Supplies, i villi-:, VA. July 30, 1908 r bu. $1.001 I ried, pei lb. Bc lo 8c. *. I'.f. lo I8C. di -. 13c ? - 12c ?_IKI. st Latent. | ? ? Ribs, Te t. - Lack bone, Te to se. ? ? i-iit - ?! o- to 8c. per bus. BOi if, per li.., 3c to l'>e. ?? ?? lc to 8c. Oe to Mle. ? ul. _t*c io 25c, - THE TOWN THAT PUSH BUILT VU.?The Brainy Hardware Man T "?'S is the hardware man who to At the jewelers ad. a care md bought some trink. om he thought was vi them witt-, the clothie om the furniture deale vent when the dry gol int bought th the bill the butcher j rocer who had settlem. the honest workman ps . Ur iv ho's up to sm f his stuff. Victory. : . I'enu, ? ? ? ' I hy \\ hiti !"i!l.\ M1IH.F. I. Wai ll \> ita A < lark PERSONALS ANO BRIEFS. Notus nf ...tppenings .md Peapie .nu hmm. A hirmttr's Hard link. . -.1 on. - ikes money vv?? an." ? rt I-'. Howard is visiting Miss ||. .. m Lou ??? : ru ? ii his ? Mr. and Mn G G ? 1 Mn Walk.-: nd Kathleen Baldwin enjoyed ai . . Richmond and Mandie | We have been watching our step I they move on the macadam, hut haven't as yet been able to spot the winner. Mr Reid Boyldn, of Paducah, Ky., having finished Ins tobacco season. lias arrived in Farmville to spend his :i months. Morn u and daughter, Mis* Cari' riding the week in tin home of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hughes, Ltmberland county The railing on the bridge over tht mattox to the Cumberland sid< is down. Cumberland and Print*. Edward to tin* rescue. Encourage the library movement Farmville is entitled to more book and can have them without beggini them of Mr. Carnegie. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Baldwin hav had for theil- recent ''rs. H V. Baldwin, Ot Manchester, and Mn Edgar T. Hines, of Richmond. ?nber (if the hand said to U the ? ' vith an air .>! cot fidence, "We will be ready to mak mus; fair." And all. In order ta add additional inlerv: pint to the fair let* cret np a independent baby show. Th' ? be but one objection, woe to the un who judges. Knights make ready for the ultim The prizes ire attractive. l*ut wh; they when compared with tl privilege and the pleasure .>! makii a queen of the best gW? (Hir summer visitiv*, and stay-f boase people n .->? and ha monious faun ? t by moo liejht. evening card parties, ringi and some little dandntj give wia '.urs. John Wanamaker1^ pagi ?i the l*h ladelphia parp( day after day make .nterestinj* rea ?n tn tb.* lick and it v\ pay in Farmville as v. nukes it pay in the nie; city. a The Herald was pepresenti I rfolk excursion by the junior me onetimes kn'un ?k the "devil," but I -n't me ri he had a ''roaring'' tic i ty by the Sea -ts ?ry -r's rds Mr. ll. E. Lan- ? ilv has midable array of hay .r's BO i'll of us, but on the mai ine if we travel no .?t " V0U ,va' ? lid. ' - A Mr. ed 19 t. r of w I we kr of the Jj that for ? ? We hat - ? lt always ? is the i ? Th; y and you ni mortified th I ? ?? number. H. Tucker Graham the p . ii on .inlay nun - trict p ville. : the Pn Chun : : iVedm join a lletl has I' ' Tile ! If ler to ;ry. Mr and Mr.*. .1 Vaden Orange, of Lynchl I i Farmville, ? they will the future. Mr. Howard Blanton left ia*t week for Lynchburg, where he will course at tia* Piedmont Business Coll. . The salary of the Governor will nol effect yours to any appreciable de* so buckie down to your work l with renewed grasp and ^rit. Hand over that hat or those dollars like a mail ami don't bet on the re i suits of the neal election unle ? learn to spot the winner. Men folks ' are "povvful" uncertain. Mr. s. M. Solden, who recently un? derwent a severe operation in Lynch ' buri* for a complicated trouble, has ? returned to his home in Buckingham in very much unproved health. Chief Loons has returned tr..in . two weeks' visit to the seashore am with friends in Amherst, looking a: though In- ha.In t .suffered for 'Viea tine comforts" during hi* i Sampson of old I with the I d it i now feared that one nf Farmville' ? tlie sollL' ulakine, power by reason of Uk st calamity. ting which 11 hy J?' ll ? narinn count., resulted in 40 convi ? Christian graces were revive. _, ami refreshed. "Not unto us, ( :l\ Lord, but to i:;;. name be all th ? ? '<?> -'' 'V* .Indee llumll. ;. dealt jr ? -rjiptly an ? reith the sheriff of Lowie i(. tan at ti,. -ssjon sj " r. held in that county. The sheriff ?*; .,. fiiied.*.'"i), and the deputy removi Dn from office Law is j serious. tJm k,s and cannot be trifled arith with ir punity. ntl: should I no shield to offenders. T ? The 1-i.hes cf the Method; I e another of Their delightful lav. "ill parties an hist Friday evening on tl (>r ideal open space in Hint of the chu*-. build ?1(> inc* in itu* natural world were a.1.1< m. those ol a most winsome i nt. While makbir" money for t ,an chi,. *ave genuine pleasure he ?* Rd is mal. a vr!' in demand. ? .en will .riven in t and ?j.. Karmvi-i I mut ;int Hr ll. \. Met .,,.. Prince Ir. ard, bi I M ,? . ri ? ? 'Ult t ililli. ' ' ? r, which h ? ? ? ? We will ri tin* nu: r ? i Mrs. Dr. White, '. William! W. M. Perkins nia. ville has gone until it ? Now it will ? ? on the 14th. ? and the scene about the N .v W like it migbl h ? ? ? Filled. ? . ? -. ? D ami then make up your mind the handsome piano. The in? strument n. at Andei will find it to be well worth you: rta to win. ri to the L. with it KUI votes; renewal sub 11. .'ill Vot ption, 250 OFFICER BEATEN UP. Prince Edward r.ntinty PoMceman Fiercely Assaulted by Negroes. A telegram from Prospei t Tu asked for police aid in apprehending and arresting i number of ni who, it ii reported, assaulted an up .1. C. Cheadle, ? count] policeman, Chief of Police FogUS and Sheriff Dickinson left on the midday train for the scene of the trouble. lt is reported that Che.),ile went to the house of a negro in the upper part of the county to make an i and was caught hy leven! stalwart negroes and unmercifully beaten, lt was only by the intervention of a ne? gro woman, who begged thal the life ot tiie officer be spared, and that he was allowed to escape alive Two of the parties implicated an now m jail. Alex Page and Alic. Flournoy, also Chas. La^e. wi," a party in the original row. Cheadle, though badly injured, proving. Walker Bruce is still a _ 'liate- the ooweis, pronto.! natural movements, curescoustipatioi I ?"au's i, your limn, joists lor tbeiii. cents ;i i Nu "Kai:e Suicide" in Ihis. M..yoi- Blanton was standing in th dooi ..; !n sj,,,-,, one day n talking to a friend when a fanner Hoi the country wa rossini* th street, the friend remarking, "Do yo know that fellow citizen? lb his table at each meal of each day ju: nineteen children, all robust ol' bod and vieoroin ol appetite. " Rooseve would have been 'delighted" as f could find no evidence of race mick! then*?and nene of their, go nungi** Brae many of them are workei ami while fatten reduces the ratio* of tue town folks the men behind tl hoes laugh at him and eat on. Lawn Party. Help the church and WOd a pies ant evening on WEDNESDAY muh v ugust Uth, fr..ni B ts ll o'cloc Cn* church entertainment will ?riven at tbe home of Mrs. ti I- BA < L I 1 ma*- >v\....| e s ston in I in berri and county. Polk Miller. Rob lee Blanton and Un- Farmville Silt Band will contribute to tbe pleasu of thi evening, ibis entertain me and a line meat -upper foi .rn ai ?! i ak. gel ed at ai hour , IOC. Hot < 'nllee or l hoed i I at any hom , i cents. Letter ls H. D. Mooncj". Fnrmvilte, Va. I it ai Slr: < lear pine and pine full kuot? are tu., different th I li called pine. < lear palin and paint adnlterat -/hiting, china-clay. . I ? ut." lita ian pine knots, and It tal ii.or to ; alf-whiting or half i or halt giouild -lone or half Pant ? in two ill pay doul ^ ..ii know how ,i ls w Rh ' ; knots, l: lint. A day * work is a gallon lint. - paint o I li other prom I QI ' loll foi ?? i I . V. \\ , DEVOI ' i - J. F. Wall ANOMiUOT SALE, EAST FAKM\!LIh K1SPIIMIS III HtSl FA1MVILLL The Venahle Section Tl.is Time. l,is\ Terms. Music liv ttie Hand. ? ? tion. We walk' ? il. The ' - Ten: mod a home. Farmvi with hi 14th. Saturday The "iron is hot?gti Sale ni Stock ni Drugs. Mrs. Lelia E. White, executi the late Lr. .las. L. White, announces tock ol drill"- and good Will of till \\ :;ll. ,V I 0., lo Mr. .**. w . McIntosh, and expresse-i tbe bops that ti.e former painui-of Hie stote will continue their gen support, satisfied as abe la that their beal Interest will Pe carefully and hon? estly guarded. Seeing ls Believing. Va., duly nu. 'in Editor Herald: ?I read in your paper ?iv a communication that led me to believe thi ll least ..ne Chris? tian Scientist in your town ai with the ilia's of the new sect l write to ask if I am correct in so believing? and if so I wish to know if that one member of the body is prepared to put the teach? ings of the leader to practical test. 1 nan somewhere that Mrs Eddy had taught that a true believer in the doc? trine could with perfect impunity throw themselves from tin* top of the tallest building to the hard pavement below, and if this he so I would L have an object lesson demonstrating the faith of the follower of the faith. ? lt, in response to this chalk". ? rath-- is willing ti rm the act I hope you will givi 'nie due notice of the time and placi ; the leap is to Pe taken so 1 maj i be on hand P* witness it Si believing and if I am eyi Hy performei i I am sure it will put me to thinking - And if death should ensue and thei the ; -ed from the dead rn; faith will be confirmed in ti;.' new an trine. Kindly keep m '' advised and accept in adv.' >' thanks for your coull 11 Cross Roads. "Doan'a Ointment cured ms US tba! had annoyed nie a long tum " I'be cure waa permanent." Hon. l t \v. Matthew*. < ommlssionei Labi Statistics, Augusta, Me. The Crime ot Idleness. Idleness means trouble f-.r any on IPs Un* -Hine With a issy llVOf. et constipation, headache jau dice, sallow complexion, pimples an ldotcl.es, loss of appetite, nausea, b Lr. Kim.'* New Life Pills soon bania liver troubles and i. ni ld up your beal t J ic. at White iV I Priming Notice. The Farmville market will not ona ll. for the sale of primings until Augtl 1908 * >ne >aie commencing at be a. rn. eacb aale day until October 11- .... Q. , t \ ti.-w and fresh line of men - ne'? er gee -hirts now on -ale. r,- I lem ag 4 < lark nt Uncertain. .te "What did yon bare for breakfast "I don't know. I long since aba ? -.1 the pru.li.e ..f reading the Ik'Is required by the pure food law.' \\ Babington Star. ? The Reason. ? i I know. ed ml - te unblushing? "With i Not Very Friendly. isa "Has anybody called on your ni >:ir "Nobody but the man a i A Local Tripper. ; lane thus far appears ut men? (|e ht Dp snd turu:, around Ai. . "? -Bosiun Glob? Cautious. uer?Did . the de nr heal* out at ' day? Bporl ? i'tisy lix ' -? . Milady's Hat. ?.at, tull, ir there's a woman at The bottom of ' -Kansas City Time* - Large Supply. ? ? oi Ind ii:"?L pt**. New Spelling. But h-a SUGGESTIVE QUESTIONS On the Sunday School Lesson by Rev. Or. Linscott For the In? ternational Newspaper Bible Study Club. *. D DJ Aug. 15th. 1909. I ? ney? .;. to ria I-ord ? ? ? '.stlan pray - and ?? may not minimum - the minimum qi i.?t of the . a preacher did ? t John" in? clude and what did lt lai k of full ty? .so of present day ^rs vii] exceed Apollos (ll In their teal and ability, (21 In their ? al ex ospel? If Ipollna had I.e.-n conceited or anything le*** than a man of Qod 1 would he have submit'..1 I i teaching from a layUM! ind his wife? B 27--Should lav null use the : pen more frequently to help preachers, . tiny know who are piing to other towna? Why ls 1t that C,rn\ has conditioned all human pro* meat, Including a knowledge of the gospel, upon the tea), ability and goodness o' those who already enjoy t'hai' til 1 " Wi 'e the... fWfllVO perons- whom Paul found at ephesus, actually the reconciled children of God What pu portion, of pre-.n- day Christiana, have practically the ? I ? 111 .. ; . n Paul mel them*1 1. ? Spirit, a? jpf-ikpii of in . this : If it is I; ffei how '? - ? ? ? of the 1 . , . 1- there anything neceasarilv lm lilied in receiving Hie Holy Spirit, other than th ? constant Iw.l'.s tn US, to keep us -'- holy, to guide us In all thin f* to give us te power .u.d wis v dom to carry out '.'ii ? pw pow - eon* 'r (erililiC Verse 8?Why ought, or ought not, the pulpit now, as Paul did then, to e. "dispute." or argue, and bring convinc It ing proofs, compelling men's reasons, "- by powerful evidence, of the truths of **- Christianity, and not be content with "l simple declamat on as is now ao com . mon? (This question muat be an? swered in writ.nq by members of the ' club.) " ' --mi ,*Sia.? '2 Apart from the mlrac-j nloiis power thal Paul had. what waa -l '; 1 lu \. A:.i rio onie to-day* 1, blaspheme -he name of ('od. and dara th* powei o' Qod; are thi y \?. .. wv), th.- d."il"' Verses IS-22 Lues conversion al litution. and 'in- for saking ot ' very evil way? on f'*r August 'j2 IMS ! Third Missionary Journey The Rtoti I,, rn Bohemia Ait? rdx:S8-xx:L la- - lt's Your Kidneys. ? Don't Mistake thc Cause of Your Trim. A Farmvjlie Citum Shows Bon .-m. ? ne;. - Sering from a lame, w ii i >w only a musculai \\ lia .* with - all the oilier symptom* iud, rs. Ilia lie-. Von ni;. they may lead to di Loan's Kidney Tills. |; which si , kidnev- tn ' *L*- \-iic- Dowdy, Ma - for a number 'lie small ?? >k* i often ? s. i. -forming my houaework, I languid and d . I . "?un . know 1 depended ni on." v ?ami - Lie..