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THE FARMVILLE HERALD
HONOR FOR THE PAST, HKLP FOR THE PRESENT, HOPE FOR HIK FUTURE.
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FARMVILLE, VAM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2fl. '. NO I
SUB COURSE NUMBER
!,lill AR MRM. NORMAL
IQI AIDITIIRUM
? ng newsp iper critic
linn, the mysterious,
nd of wonders," ami
m Monday
of the Farmville
eal irj e audience
I an evening's amuse
'.i en provided at
immunity.
new twist to old
.: dity ol metamor
ti h .- by
i him on
iv, 1111
. :i 111
?r three
.ululation.
nt Fair.
'. I .
?
The agricultura
? i
I cause,
?
Puffs for Pi rs.
n
?
DAMES AN[ DAUGHTERS.
? Longworth hs
the ohi
I
of the Lime Roe!
ntbern end o
? elebrate he
' nt the llghi
\\tn> ls nlnet
- saying; "Th
? ? up of life th
I ls all a
was electe
rgantsatlon o
rmed recent
?
- ?"inen.
isi r rn bo
ii hunter o
tbs hrs
utre cltlzer
Btate. She i
"la.
s bo has been cai
tlc propaganda t
C tba Irish peoph
'lie editorial work of
which will he Ii
::'b National Ilealt
utin^ton has trlre
f ground at Hroadwa
; and Flfty-alai
li city, valued at $250
tbs American Ge<
tbs condition thn
?ney for the ere<
tl
? well or feel we
? ? ding your bod]
tb Burdoc
"ni i\, tnke exe
and you will ha\
i :irin \ il le T<
? li "i w:t> made an
? a ll be no i,
week of t
r l .. reop ?
Hubbard, See re ta ry.
Creamery Notts
1 Iran h
an- ni ii to tin I
Dui ' a large milk pi
er from Appomattox called upon Mr.
iterested him in
the Creamery, so the first shipmen!
Appomattox came in Monday.
Cumberland county, or that part of
the county adjoining Farmville
in nearly a thousand pounds of milk
if present plana
mit Cumberland county alone will next
summer furnish two thousand pounds
per day.
All the tn ''ir, to be
very well.
The increase in thc ;
from th.' . dd by the
Creamery: May was 25,*June 26, July
? '?; 1-2 Sept
mery now handles milk
and cr rive conn'
ir a Dairy lr
TBE Pi!) CONTEST.
i: Till". FOLLOWINGCII v
NO BALLOTS WU.! \ti:d.
WHETHER OBTAINED THR
THE ANDERSON DRUG COMPA*
?i; OR \t Till'. HERALD
OFFICE, THAT ARK NOT DEPOSIT*
FORE S!\
P. M. (D' THK WEDNESDAY
AINli DAI
I ?
?
ening at 6 o'clock:
?
.
?
i
.
Tabb.
?
" Hattie Bugg 173
.
_ 100
' Mattie Doyne 100
1 Mrs. A B. Hughea. 100
n?i
Julia Mas Paulett . . .
. 4.')
? Ligon. 36
ickston. 'Ju
Nick Johnson. 13
Miss Marion Weal. I'1
I.url . \"
For full particulars ol' the contest
?? please read the advertisement to lie
, found un pat''1 '?*>?
Political Speaking.
t
The following speakers will address
B the vi Edward at the
? time ami places mentioned below, vi/:
Hon. A. D. Watkii
), 4 p. m.
R. K. Brock, Pro ??day,
?. 1 p. m.
I .1. Taylor Thompson, Mi
?". 4 p. m.
Natta lu Tax Payers.
I'av your taxes and save the penal?
ty, (will beat the following places
prior to December the
0 lirst, 1900:
Meherrin, Novembei .nd I'uesday
k From 10O'Clock till i- o'clock, Creen
f Hay, November 2nd; Tuesday?from l
r o'clock till 4 o'clock. Hampden-Sld*
ney. November 3rd; Wednesday from
ll o'clock till 4 o'clock. Klee.Novem
her 4th; Thursday from I lao o'clock
y till 4 o'eloi k. Prospect, Novembei
o 5tb; Friday ll o'clock till 4 o'clock.
P Farmville, io the treasurer's office
t from 6th of Sovembei till December
1 r-t. I
s. W, Watkins,
d I i. iMirer.
Hives, eczema, Itch or Milt rheum
i gets you crazy. Can't bear the touch
o, your clothing. Dean's Ointment
- the most cases, w liv
. sutler, au druggists sell it.
t
How's This.'
? We offer One Hundred Dollara Re*
fl. ard tor any case of Catarrh thal can*
.. uot be cured by Hall's Catarrh ('ure.
I', j. Chene** A <'"., Toledo, < I.
We, the undersigned, have known
'? I . .1. Chene i foi the I asl 1> year-, alni
11 believe him perfectly honorable In all
?? business transactions, and Bnancially
h aide to ear ry out any olili(*atiotiH
made by I"- timi.
n Wai.mno, Kinnw A Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0
J Hair- Catarrh Cure ta take?intern
b ally, acting directly upon the blond
v- ami mucous surfaces of the system
> Testimonials sen. free. Pries :
it bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family l'dls foi
patton.
11 The Bed-Rock of Success
i a keen, elear brain, backed by
r. indomitable will ami resistless energy,
e Such power conic*, from the splendid
bealtb thal Dr. King's New Lue Pilla
impart. They vitalize every oman
and builil up drain and body. .1. A:
," Hannon, Lizemore, \\. Va., writes.
', They are the best pUbi l ever used."
' . at ?V nae Dr ng Co.
Herald and New York World fl.60
"FALL IK. GOMPAffY K"
ni SWAYING MEMBERS OF IHE PKINGE
EDWARD TKIIIIP MEET AND
ORGANIZE
All Wearing the Gray Again
At 12m. of las! Friday the surviving
members of the Prince Edwsrd troop
which has known in the war BS Co.
Va. I' ivalry, met in the < lourt
i a perman
i/ation with comrade W. ll. Ea
.? at and J. 1'. WaltOI
tary. A commi I
ll Earing, H. \V. Edmund v \
Haskins, .1. V. Walton and R
ley waa appointed to write a '.
of the n, and a constitution
and by-laws foi I linc; of the
md to n;.i. ne fu
?
Mr. I
th" veteranc
?
ry dur?
ing tip
ann of tin- army
?
. I that the batt!
valry, th:.'
ry would have ?
liv at
Wit'chi
'
?
qucrable.
In the spring
I in front of the Randolph Hotel,
now Prince Edward, under the i
ship of the ! horn
ton, the company was made up nf
'.ml young men and now ti
vivors vary in ages from
The winter has come, the snow has
fallen hut our prayer is that in the
?line- it may he light.'
Those present were: Capt .1. II.
Knight. Lieut. A. A. Haskii:
comrades DI 1. Vf. H.
Ewing, H. W. Edmunds, W T Har?
ri. T. Anderson. R. V. Ligon,
("rank \nderson. Lou Penick, Frank
lc, .1. W. Womack, D ('> Wo*
mink. .1. W Bi ' Wt j Redd,
.1. F. Walton. R. B. Berkeley.
dur Marshals.
We have looked upon Presidents on
?mora being
inducted into i being
i with rol>, ut for
ore than kingly mien and pt in.
ly manner, give u^ the Farmville
dine; at the ht ad of the line
Knights moving to ti
Hamlet.
Those town people who last Novem?
ber heard Henry LaurenceSouthwick'a
' of Herod will he delighted to
learn that I'resident Southwick is to
he iii Farmville again this year. <>n
Saturday night Nov. 6th, President
Southwick will (jive his famous lec?
ture-rental on Shakespeare's Hamlet
in the Normal School Auditorium
No person nf culture can afford tn
miss this greal artist's interpretation
of a wonderful ni i The
Boston Times in speaking of this
artist comments thus: "Mr. South?
wick is a thorough Shakespearian
scholar and a superb elocutionist. He
has no tricks nf delivery, and
his lines with such delicacy of finish,
such suggestiveness and acute sympa?
thy that even to those who know
their Shakespeare well, his interpre?
tations come with a forceful, light*
giving poa
Tickets will he placed on sale at
IT lt Harland's dmg store mi
her 2nd. Pri - md BO
Special prices tn students in
attendance at the Normal.
Notice to Taxpayers Town of Farmvflle.
\t a regular meeting ot the Council
held Beptembei nth, 1909. the follow*
lng resolution was adopted:
Resolved, That the Sergeant be
and he is hereby al lowed six ty dava to
collect all DFLINQI KS I ' I AX KS.
At the expiration of winch time all the
delinquent! must he published accord
mi; to law.
H. D. Mn li Et, Sci I I
lt people with symptoms Of kidney
or bladder trouble could realise theil
dangei they would without loss ..I
time commence taking Foley's Kid
Remedy, This ereat remedy
stops the pam ami the Irregularities,
itrsngthena and builds up these ot
km ns, and there is no danger of Brlght'i
? ii-ea-e or other serious disorder. Di
not disregard the early aymptoms.
LEM RII1S.
PATHOS AND PLEASURE HAPPILY_(llV
DINED.
A Scene From Kcal Liie Impressively
Presents.
ire sn audience thal ero
every inch of Bpace in our
ind her si
plishe ? mi Friday evening of
last week, presented the popui.r
formance in which she shines out as
bright, to the delight
of all who witnessed it.
I
by the story of orphai I when
the orphan I :irl of
out
through falling
?
and t>
and then Pena bends beneath the
i '
'
Supervisors Meeting.
M. Holladi,
tount
\r\\i t
i. fm- road
for miscellaneous $s:i.u7
C. I ? ported the na:: I
who have failed to comply
with the law in regard to cleanin
The enforcement
mtinued until the next ne
Suggestion Worth l.nnsidering.
Editor Herald:?Now that the town
has a flourishing Library
the next thing in order will he to find
suitable quarters for the library. If
library building
should we not have a lu "
than we now have ? With a
Beating capacity ol' not more than
three hundred. tible for the
gement to book the !?? I
our pl
Th" imp! ? these lui I
rent eleni'
the tO
May I of;. 'Stion with l
Why imt
pull down the present armory and sdi
the lot (which is in the he
business section and erect on the
: the present opera lin .
three story building containing an
armory and town hall on the ground
opera house on the
floor, and library on the third floor;
pera house and library on the
second floor and on the third .1
well equipped ci:
This scheme, being divided on the
plan of "all Haul." would interest
nearly every citizen of the town, the
Combination would make a handsome
building, and the coal of each enter?
prise would he materially lessened.
Outsider.
Auction Sale.
<?n Monday, November 8th
H. w Buckberrough will sell
tion at her home, near Kingsville,
all of her personal property. Sale
begins at id o'clock A. M,
Money Comes In Bunches
to A. A. Chisholm, of Treadwell, N.
V., now. His'reason is weil worth
reading: "Foi a long tune 1 Buffered
from Indigestion, torpid liver, const;
patton, nervousness, and general de*
butty," be writes. "I couldn't
had un appetite, nor ambition, irrew
weaker t \ cry day 111 spite nf all medi?
cal treatment. Then used Electric
Bitters. Twelve bottles restored all
my old-time health and Vigor. Now I
can attend to business every day. lt's
a wonderful medicine." Infallible foi
Stomach. laver, Kidney-, Blood and
it White A < o'-.
Both Boys Saved.
Louis B.1. a leading merchant of
Norway . Mich., writes: "Thiel
Iles of Foley's Honey and Tar Sbsoiu
teD cured my boy Of a severe Cough,
: and a ndghbor'a boy. who was
with a cold that the doctors nave hun
up, was cured hy taking Foley's
Honey and Tar." Nothing Bise
safe and certain in results. Sold by
ail druggists.
Sunday in Our Umrches.
At ?
ld atthe Pi
'
th.
Dr. Needham
and it has not lo ' n the
children of men.
norris ot Idimiiienriation.
Richmon I, Va., Oct. 21,
//? raid, i
Va.
My In my return home 1
find a ropy of the Farmville !!?
COntail ount of the installa?
tion of Rev, Wm. E. Hill ai
the Presbyterian Chm' im so
linglv
in that a
?
: '
i that 1 beg .
'
an unmistakable way in
I
DISTRESS!! S.
FIVE LITTLE GUL* PERISH.
Presbyterian Orphanage Near Lynch
linni tlie Place
ifter 1 o
i the
. and conl
'
nine girls and thi
institution. The
of the i for school and
dining rooms for all the children, with
kitchen, pantry and supply closets ad?
joining.
In the rapid spread of the fl
five little giris in the nursery were
CUl off from escape and perished
ia follows:
Ruby Kay Moorefield, of Lynch?
burg.
Nancy Lucille Moorefield, of Lynch?
burg.
Mamie Victoria Reynolds, of Bath
county.
Mane Hickman, of Campbell county.
Mary Eveline Boole, of D
W Va.?Lynchburg News,
Ruby Rsv Moorefield, mentioned
above, lias been cared for by the
?
if this
and of which Mrs. S. I). Wal?
ton is president. The board of Ruby
.id hy the Society and
' pride
in keeping her nicely and com
"
i d the Orphanage and
anoth i just been sent lier.
Nancy was the Bister of Rub]
their brother is living with Mr. .1. .1.
Gilliam. The sad ending of the child
genuine sorrow to those who
?enderly and lovingly carine for
her.
Thanks From the Ladles.
ietit of the Missioner)
ciety of Cumberland Church, I wish
to express our wsrmest thanks to the
Fair Association for their kind'
'is, to the public for their generous
patronage "t the Country Inn, and to
the Herald for the kind words of
commendation we have
The Country Inn is by no me
thing of the p:rst, but may open its
again in the near future.
Our Missionary Society wishes to in?
form the public that they will take
orders for Christmas fruit cake made
by the recipie of the "blue ribbon"
cake of the Fair at 30 cents per pound
without almonds, 36 cents per [mund
with almonds. Orders can be
direct to me or left with Mrs. dames
A Armistead and Mr W. T. Blanton.
wishing cake will please place
their ordi ra e irly as we wish to form
some ? I the quantity of in?
gredients to secure.
Cakes will weigh from five to six
pounds, and can he baked square or
round.
Frightful Fate A\erted.
"I would have l>een a cripple for life,
from a terrible cut on my knee cap,"
writes Frank Dtsberry, Kelliher,
Minn., ' 'without Bockfeo's Arti CS
wnlch soon cured nie." Infal?
lible for wounds, cuts and bruis
booh enies Burns, Scald., Old Sores.
Boil.. Skin Emptions, World's best
for B U White Drug Co.
Hetald and K, V, World ?1.6C._
FIN IHE CURTAIN FALLS.
[HE SIXTH rANTILLE MIIXLTUIMI
M lECBANIbAL Fill k TURI
Ur HISTOR'..
"Well Done" Wrilten limn its Every
hvtiire The Timriiiimeiit a
Brilliant One.
Friday last witnessed the cl
dr week and th
with interest from start to finish. The
??louds gathered on Thursday,
rain fell and I to be un
lay to follow, but never did
art li
and never did October give to the
world a mot Early in
irning the crowd began to
er and
" (lilt
in ful! ' .ddeil
rap
. went, thrown; ?, and
: and
that
with?
out their bright pi
nd nothing but
?
Our
h ited
intribute to tic i
altry
corn
? ?
.
The ladies of
the different chi itinued to
iltitude in generous and
gracious manner. With ,
tingle exception nothing bordering
on disorderly nature waiwitne
ugled in tlc ad beard
nothing of profanity and saw nothing
of the ii
At noon the race course began b>
centre of attraction and by
2 P. M. the was < rowded
to overfulnesa while the surrounding
fields were alive with folks Vi hi?
des flitted buttles in the
machine, while pedestrians in I
mentS raised the dust of the roads.
The knights headed hy thc' n.iiiy
i marshals were prompt to reach
? aa of contest Judge Watkins
sounded the chivalric and spirited
and then the tilting I
and furious. As brilliant as was the
in its emir ' many gal'
Southern young men on horse
Hack ???
B . ?? the brighter
as they dashed by, bone and
moville; m happy unison, lances weil
; with fa .
skill. The earls gave out lusty cheer
as three rii then and then
when the smaller ril tunic
for final contest, excitement st' od on
np toe
The following were the
knights:
W. I.. Karron, Manila Boy. 1st prize
liKI and crown.
\ i> Langley, Leesburg, L'nd prize
$40 ami crown.
Frank Bpes Farmville Hov, :<nl
prize I'Jil and crown.
j. C. McGraw, Rough Bider. 4th
prize il" and crown.
I-;. B. Kitchen, Dominion, ?">t!i pri^.*
saddle.
\ IIill.sm.in, Sailor Creek, nth
prize Baddie.
Iv c. Thaxton, Prince Edward, 7th
prize bridle
H. B. StCger, Wood Side, gth prize
[lair gt
!?; j- Massie, Amherst Boy. !?ti
prize pair gi
(i. B. Walker, Merry Wood. Kith
prize buggy whip.
The crowning feature of this part
of the program, and the ciowninp;
featun; of the day was witnessed at
pen house at S B. M. when Mr
J. Taylor Thompson 1 the
honors which had been worthily won
and will be worthily M
The following yoting ladies were
crowned
? crail.
? ? Paulett.
Miss Locket! Walton.
:<rd Mani ' Perkins.
The royal ball followed and tho
armory echoed and re-echoed with the
strains of sweet music, deft feet keep?
ing time while two bodies moved as
one and the moments flew by on
rapid wings. When the curtains fell
all Farmville went to bed tired but
(*rati ied We have tender pity for the>
man, woman or child who failed to
enter into the spirit of the occasion
and who failed to get out of it a iuU.
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