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The Farmville herald. [volume] (Farmville, Va.) 1890-1934, October 29, 1909, Image 5

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PERSONALS AND BRIEFS.
Notes of Happenings and People You
Know.
1 hved with Love: all nhe poaeeat
Wan but a tent beside a utmam.
She warmed my cold hamid in her breast.
She wove around my sleep a dream.
And one there wan with face divine.
Who softly came, when day waa sj>ent.
And turned our water inn wine.
And made our life a sacrament.
Mrs. H. Tucker Graham went to
Richmond on Monday.
Mr. Burton Wanton is now with
Messrs. Verser oj Son
Capt S W. Paulett lias been meet?
ing with brother Masons in Rich?
mond.
Mr. John Honker has been walking
a little around his room.
Mrs. Wackiston left for Hampton
on Tuesday for a visit to friends.
Mr Branch J. Worsham is visiting
his son, Mettauor, in Decatur, Qa.
We never watched a L" 08 step
motion, but 'J. IX is moving some.
Miss Dunn and her mother are in
Washington where Mrs. Dunn went
to consult a specialist.
Miss Mildred Richardson, who is
teaching at Natalie, spent last Sunday
with home folks.
Dr. Anderson luis been busy with
that grass lot of late, and we an
ing to watch things grow.
The Fair is over, but the piano
? is still on and won't bi
until the 1st of Jan uar]
Mis. Ali. ? been
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. ll. 1 .ni?
len, left on Wednesday foi
Mrs. Ligon and Mrs. McNutt,
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spirited animal around
rack, did place Mr. R. S. I
berlayne in irai rent danger, but
he made marvellous escape.
Rev. w. C. Vaden, who was a
former beloved pastor of the Metho?
dist Church here, died on last ?
in Hampton. He is survived by a
widow,three daughters and three sons.
At the time of his death he was pastor
of the Calvary Methodist Church,
Danville.
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Mrs. R. H. Toggle is spending the
. in Richmond
Confetti falls lightly, but it
times stirs hut blood.
Aren't you glad you were not one
Of the judges nf the baby show f
What's a 20-pound turkey going to
"fetch" when Thanksgiving is on?
Mr. and Mrs. Beary, of Bridge?
water, have been guests of Mr
A. Price.
Mrs p, \V McKinney and Miss
Frankie went to Richmond on Mon?
day.
A rrowded cafe after the close of a
Fair day presents an animated and
animating scene.
Of course we had a dull Saturday
after three dav-, of Pair, and no one
complained.
It is gratifying to know that our
ave not lost the art of horse?
back riding.
Mr. R. H. Toggle has returned from
.1 -wing of thousands of miles around
the business circle.
Don't stop advertising now that the
Fair is over. Le
yet to buy winter go
Mr. c. A. Price spent Sunday with
his family, having returned from an
trip
Cold weather was predicted and it
came on time. Hut didn't we revel
in sunshine during the days of our
Fair'^
Suppose we had had tli.it Saturday
afternoon storm on Friday afternoon?
Hut we didn't, and further W(
still grateful and glad.
Mr. and Mrs. Creyke returned from
their wedding 'our on Monday, and
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ton, : e home.
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The Ililli;. .ght it
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bridle home wit!
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Mr. W. li. I.
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Mr. T. 0. Sandy was with us at the
Fair and took great interest in the
corn exhibits, ile was pioneer in that
line in this section, and is worthy nf
high honor. Mr. .1. .1. (iilliam is one
of his apt scholars, and he too is
teaching others BOW to grow corn.
When Southside Virginia farmers have
learned the lesson we will have as
much of paradise as the children ol
men are allowee1 in this life.
Hattie Paulette left OC We
day for a visit to New York.
Mrs. H E Wall is at 1:
fl ' lyi visit m Savannah,
Don't neglert to read the creamery
notes week by week. The work
goes bravely on.
Rev. Dudley Boogher is attending
the meeting of the Convocation in
Boydton this wi
Read the tax notice of treasur.
W. Watkins and be ready to pay your
. and save the per cent. Pay
now and you are free for another
year.
Don't forget the auction sale of Dr.
Stuart on next Wednesday, Mtv. :<rd.
He will sell a choice lot of stock, feed,
hay and farm implements at his farm
near High Bridge.
Mr. A. T. McDanald will leavi
Monday for Norfolk where he ?_?
take position under Mr. W. H. Rob*
ertson. His family will join him inter
and they will be greatly missed from
?'id SOdal I Miles of
Farmville.
Miss Courtney Cox went to Lynch?
burg on Wednesday to visit the
?n Orphanage and tn
smne little girl to take the p!:i
the one for whom they have been
earing and who perished in the
ts much as ye have
done lt to one of the least of these
ye have done it unto me. "
Mr. and Mrs Flippon have returned
limn their wedding tour a id are liv?
ing with Mrs. Mattie Lee Walker, on
? Mr and Mtv. Hugh
Gilliam a ith us and living in
the home of Mr. li. W. Garnett. We
that do
lit in the loss of our
Mr W. C. Newman is
will
Ml with ia
in tins
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'uncut
in the Auditorium ?
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Dress Hints.
? !s a mo's! excellent
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Train and Track.
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P, fl. .1. P. Walton ll mn
paint. _
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L'iiiia Ave., Indianoplis, Ind., writes
"I was to weak trmn kidney troubh
tlmt I Could hardly walk a liiindm
feet. Pout bottles nf Foley- Kidney
Remedy eli and my complexion, cur
ed my backache and Hie irre^ulari
disappeared, H"d I can now at
tend to lisines" every day and recmii
mind P< lev a Kidney Remedy lo ai
ioflereis, us lt eu ted oil if*ir Hie doe
: iin - r m*ti'e*> had ol I'
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GEN.O.O.HOWARD
DIES_SIJ_DDEHLY
Last ol Union's Civil War Com
manders Passes Away.
HAD LONG MILITARY RECORD
Serves' Throughout tho Civil War and
Saw Action at Antittam. Gettysburg
and Chattanooga?Retirod In 1S94.
Burlington, Vt.. Oct. JT?Major G?n
eral Oliver Ofla Howard, U. S. A
tired, riled suddenly at his home in
this city of angina peetoris. He was
th?- last of the Union command?r6 of
tlu Civil War.
Major General Howard was born in
Maine in IMO. He graduated fane.
Powjoln c.i|l..g? at the age ot twenty
and received an appointment at the
military academy nt West Point
graduating.
end lieutenant In tbs ordnance depart
ment During th
ed the position i lessor of mathe
matlcs at Weal Point, with fhe rank of
first lieut..nant.
When the Civil War broke out O' n
tinward resigned from
of mathen .. ag ~hen
was rafttsed him at the academy: "My
?nt to the
war as colonel Of the Third Maim
uni'.-rs Ai the first hattie of Bull
Bun he commanded a brigade and was
a brigadier general soon
He loal sn arm at the battle oi
Oaks on Jun< i. 1862 but he rei
h!n command tl ? tb and saw
??burg and
during
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0. S. SUES THE
READING FOR 50 CENTS
Filing of Suit Costs More Than
ti;3 Reparation Demanded.
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FIVE CHILDREN CREMATED
Killed In Fire at Orphans' Home at
Lynchburg, Va.
nor tl
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Boy's Dog Guards His Grave.
Creen, thi
IO and was burled at a
r local canister?. His brown dog lay un
der his bed during his illness, and un
der his coffin before he waa burled. A
! day after the funeral the animal dis.
i appeared and was found crouching
I upon his former master's grave lo a
? half famished condition.
Coal Breaker Burned.
Scranton. Pa. Oct. 21.?Tbs Sterrick
Creek breaker of the Temple Iron
-nv 1b Jessop was destroyed bf
fire Loee, $1 Ff OOO.
SUGGESTIVE QUESTIONS
On the Sunday 6chool Lesson by
Rev. Or. Linscott Po,- the In
?ernationai Newspaper Bible
ttudy Club.
? MS. Se Bes 15 u ascott D Dj
November 7th, 1909.
irnnr r. T. S. I laeeett, p j
Paul a Prisoner The Shlpwi*erlt ;
V ' -wit 1~ io xx*.iii 10
Golden Te\t Th.- Txird redeemetl,'
the soul of his si eat none sfj
them tha* treal in him shall be deso?
late iv x\xl.
Verses 27 29?Why does God permit
storm and stress to come into roost
lives, and sometimes permit them to
continue until all human hope is aban?
doned? (This question must be an?
swered in writing by members of th?.
club.1
wi: . ? artattan'i anchor wt: eb
never fails him. no matter what ls
his ship may be in? (Se** Hob. v
U*< sll doers prom*
lettveranes con*'
al. or k' them absolute .mit
unconditional?
If thc-p men had forsaken the
as they planned, how would th i
? (mc of the rest of t'
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does tl I in human Hfe?
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Mtde no matter how
the i1 ?? ls IO wring '.our
md bemoan your fate, an<*
up bo] ifni,
and see bow beat to
Which ls the hotter, and hon
Why ls lt tha' th" ro-irar.
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FLOOR COVERINGS.
Just received a
Big Lot of
PUGS and DRUGGETS. I
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LARGt STOCK
ALL KINDS.
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STORE 98. RESIDi ?
D. L. Traylor't residence 69.
Children's Pennies Erect Monument.
Cleveland, o., Oct. ut a mon'
that is thc sift of the *< hool chi
of the United States will be erected lr.
lAk* View cemetery to the memory of
the 1?5 school children who lost their
Urea tn the hurninf of the OollJuwood
school building on March 4 IMf, \
pena] ooUeotfea .ur thia purpose u*
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