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1 | ? Sala l... ? tvmd in fact with a minimum charge of ten intadaa part of ad ? ?.-??.- - - larina th?- u?l nt, U will ix- eonl ita until r.o-ucc to d 1- - lim mia I. li . \.!>. ? buen ? . Apply to * I _ < "hiII at furniture sturt- on 1 C L DIX. Mw'r. roag-hnred J*-r*-> Hull, 2 ? Mo. Wm, P. Watkins, Karm >Si-ll brok*- | App and tod avenue. Apply v* E I.. --tf ? ? iCE PRICE LIST. i Hi:ilk liv ULETT & BUGG - fe to . ,c to sc. VS. LIVING "ny Grant Em For Increase. ? ! 'dless Apples. v . IO. ? Tli? ? ? r crown In ? were brou. Rogi rs, who gathered i mir orchard near was very small lim and the Girl Found In Alley. Nov. 10.?Annie Peile? ? la alor**, was mnr Children found her nakcii bOdj In an alley. Sht .? Led to death, and ca:, M* ?tcum ot aa aaaanlt. PERSONALS AND BRIEFS. Notes of Happenings and,People You Know. Clow- to tnt- (hine Maze we nil ;i ? XatiKht but thc old day's low. all clw our own; lar m thr corners dim thc xhn your strrri.-tli I i-iinir. ar.-l M in thia. Mrs. linen Guarrant and children her father'*, Mr. .). A. Armit* ndurant had perfect tomatoes for dinner on the 7th of this m.mth out ol her garden. Mrs. W. T. Manton is visiting her daughters who are teaching, the one at Abingdon, the other at Roanoke. Mrs. Saunders, of Front Royal, is again in the home of Mr. .1 Armistead for the winter. Ourpreai with the benediction. D stop to ask what it n ply a ? Ired ('rall.- and Mrs, Sallie Paulett arr . and Mrs. Owen in the county of Hali Editor Hart, S Rich* ' of tl m. An ? in is the er, no smoke, and no doubt lu m.: , on the . ? the fad I Court? room is undi Hundley will h on Monday, in the ? ' been pursuing hi mal, left on Mond to take Brun uty. If ymi would vote in ? electii ? ? in mid-w . ty we . ir May, b aleuts . ? Dr. Ennion <;. Willi ?it of Virginia, will I the Nor* ' ; ? . ? itiful duet, "'For ? by M I and Mr. H beautifully and together with the ar . -.aliment of Dr. Schemmel, formed ? very inspiring part of the service. There was some active buying in some of our stores on last Saturday though the clouds of the day rested upon trade circles while it shut out the clear shining of the sun. What we need is a warm rain, a good to? bacco season and then watch the buy? ers and the sellers as they get the hustle on. Thin hurrying in the Herald job office, but we are always to turn out your job in quick time and faultless style. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. McKttWl turned to their borne in Waal on Tuesday last after ? delightful visit to Farmville friends. Mrs. John Stokes carried the baby to Richmond last week to consult a specialist, Our hope is that ? cute will be quick and com We heard of a little boy who has drawn sharp distinction between and "sit." To quote from him: "Hens Dd lay and people sit and lie." Our doctors have distinct advantage the rest of US as they always have good excuse for being out late and in that they can always leave be fore the nieetm The Lipscomb Brothers sold 425 roasting ears to the Normal one day and have been busy selling butter bean I bas been busy biting things. The New York horse shov and execution than ? uine fun ami informal joy give us the Buffalo-bottom program every time. i il ad. W. J. llillsman Sc Co., which of the Her? ald, | which should command general atten? tion. And now th C -colina r to the front with the the he made 225 bushell and 12 . lied com ' and what indy and Mr. .1. J, I Gillian Mr. R. B nd family be happy in the new, commodious and ci nome, and tying, ?our We ? ' latch* ? ed til* the te of the girl who parted with Hal I ? ? I \nd we ! they inst, will be a Flov will ! th, but ' home with plants and flow i Jusl the li] hroud ed in gloom. < I ? ? I ? Thii ? Let We for ti rth up the plant fruit in tl mother ed wii Mr. A. 1 with 15 e must feel the weight of household cares as be ha hem before, but the chickens will still command his thoughtful care and tender love people can do two things at the same time and do each well, and others can rule two households and both well. Out-of-town correspondents of the Herald have done well, but we need more of them. Those who contri? bute to the columns of the Herald have caught on to the good habit of condensing, of giving the news with? out waste of words, and this is great gain. Let others catch on to the ex? cellent spirit and crowd our columns with tersely told neighborhood news. The Herald owi i an ? Jas. \. V :. lt) il-: . iving in its last . tten him mixed up with a girl. It was just a nd we regret if. Tie- man who would find the girl in the make? up of such a manly boy, manly from . "spur to plume," must hav Mind. We iift our hat to Mas? ter das. A. Armistead of the 3rd ration. inninghatn, of Rich* . is guest in the home of Mrs. Tabb. Her presence in our rn vives memories of her distinguished father, tue late Dr. Cunningham, who ? irs was the able and t lent of the State Normal, who left upon it an impress and iv? an inspiration which will ! to come. U',- have the last issue of the Hampden-Sidney magazine and have very much enjoyed reading of tie- hu* nents on the classic hill and of the new life-thrill that stirs the place and people. What sad mistake Union from 2 the . . ground am! hal The sun was obscured bv clouds on ly, but there were good - . a our churches. Dr. I' .on at the evening hour of worship b wiio have been ac customed to hear him tantly. in the inti i School Faculty havi nun h . I in a little visitor who morning. A tiny I . luditorium and li loudly for ii the ? n, In? to any but tl ' li v Fourth i hav ? me il I [ feel that 1 have always i Hu- lilllie- e;itnist"d to III-- ly ?I, iii a re I id I hope now ; ri, and il elected, I si or to fai til fully pei ,'orin lin- dui ? . j thing in my pow of tilt- people of the Iriatrict. faithfully 5 ? I.. I 11 ard & a W A. I reci int ot a letter nol ? lion lor < I w . lunit) lor Mole t!i.ni tin ? Mi om . It d billil? li!'!,il to .<- ition oi his .?I to office. lo m.- r the head of mj tion the loyalty with which I support? ed him, or tin - which existed between us. I'ciiiiit me to say, h iwever, that I would be un? Ming to offer foi I - of my I- - nerdy upon the strength <>( my brother's name ["here i- -eily -en- way Hint I know of, m a lice government, by Which a iniin may consider i worthy to represent in- fell* ws In high office, and that is bv dint of hard work?of sen iee performed by him for the betterment of the conditions of the people. Na in in avompli-hed tlieenaetment of beneficial constructive legislation without the aid of a number of co? worker-, and I wish, at all tunes, to give wadis to tue asaodatos whoso co operation made possible the euactmeut of the titate aid laws, by which more -ii s icomplished for better bijcb In Virginia within ti ? than iiad ed during ee bundi- . our history. It ls not elanor much to say thal for the p?*t - roted mys* the Mccouipi-hii eui of this work, or thal t if the work is al by the fact that '-State Aid adopted in ninety out of one hui colin'.. If the'eward of one duty done be ower to do another, If the I eratic party of the Fourth 1 li-tru-t will honor m?* with the nomination and thereby entrust me with the power to do so. I pledge mysell to devote ?uah abilities a> I bav< to the ta>k of renting them in Congress. I am flee l-i .on'. r, that I aili Hot blind to the limitations which nardy restrict the efforts ot any new member of the minority party* io se? cure the enactment of constructive legislation. There are necessary i uslnesa Inter? ests of the people ol tins I Itstrict in our relation*- M lt Ihe h mi rd < iovem* mei i. which I . tended to efficiently if a proper amount of industry be devoted to ihe work, without its being re-| i-it, didate to claim ihat he can accomplish the Impossible. I he next session of < 'ongl - oneof great Importance, lt will be ol interest to the - to thc people ol the Fourth Dbl be no vacancy in the Vlrj itnm. I presume, therefor* steps will my by the Dis? trict < omi: li-r a prim I accord the party plan no thal ?ii a I '.-"in didate foi l rnor. ??eel to Hie liomin itl llp-.ll yuin Irienil -hall -I to order an election. With un, Ve tv .;;?,, CHAttLhH T LA88J ! I Facts From France. Frame .vlngs v \ Paris bnildln :" : on thi Selm lt waa tho favorite dom .IV. Parlsla wh<*r* nuii-li laundry work ls done have be* I : of the laundryn ? fi ? tlie 1 li ll mir I Auction Sale! December 15. 1909. ALL. NEW. ' ii* HAPPY WOMEN. n it. w Daj Mr- i hick, M I Farmville, Va., mont' from i dillon from pains small of my back. The trouble bothered me lust a* badly al i- during ihejday. and from the various symptom- I knew that my kidneys "were disordered. I finally Went !?? I' ree.-ir- liri;.- I piO Kidney Pills. I had uaed them bul s ihorl time before mis disappeared, and my kui Devi were restored to theil normal condition. I have hft'l no kidney complaint sines then, and I willingly nive Donn's Kidney Pills my endorse? ment." For sale by all dealer-,. I'rice Hi) l-ister-Milburn Co., Buffalo. New York, sole agents fbi the United States. Kememberthe name?Doan's?and take no other. SUGGESTIVE QUESTIONS On the Sunday School Lesson by Rev. Dr. Linacott F.r ths in? ternational Newspaper Bible Study Club. . Kt*, r. 5 UMrert, D.OJ Nov. 21at, 1909. (Co[>riphi. I fi: 21 ? grace is sufficient for thee foi mj ptrpni*'h ls made perfect bj il Cor ai Verse 21 ' - ? in all lnsti ry a -. to boldly ti Paul? ' . for chris! What ai I i>ek? ? - ? which . ? ly much i Versss 24-27--What ls the best wot i oicture you can give, of the nob! who, at the expense of life-long and unparalleled suffering, gave h - I up to the Lerdce of o hers' question must be answered in .. by members of the club) Head until and prolonged .suffering is ? - I of Paul's great work ano ol thc voa derful love and grate ?.?: Lim and then tiilnk of tiiw sumptuo .- liTd of the chisf priests who - ?*J6pn?irjll)W f lifo How many of thi to wi .-. ? ? - and to bo - ? ? ? I in tl , To My Fri ni era! I \N winch I .i s I sm I " Protect Your Children all | and IF YOU'D DIETOMORRO how would it be? Von know ? ter than we db. You know, though, a good lifeinsun icy is as food | ''ld in the bank. If you have one and need more we'll nake a pro? position you can't dooli Splendid company, perfect safe AMERICAN NATIONAL LIFE IN? SURANCE COMPANY OAKLAND Se MARTIN, lien. Atfta. Farmville, Va.