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PUBLIC BENEFIT Amazing Cequests in Will o! John S. Kennedy, of New York. $35,000,000 TO RELATIVES Fifty-five Institutions In All Parts of the United States and Five Abroad to Benefit With Large Bequests. John Stewart Kennedy's will, which ?was riled in Sea York, disposes of an esta' ': Vil1'"' of which about $21 ? , uni charitable instil il rs ? tl ' ml. ? in one ? ' ? T. V - ' i ? al In | ' ? ' < ' ? ? ? Aster Wl.is Divorce Suit. ' ? ' i. Fells Cash,er; Escapes With $14,165 ? i n pa ny. a* ara I ? and made off with a package a lng $14.Mo in cash. He had a i ?rate, who stood outside the door, and the tn ... All efforts on the part of the pol lecate the pair have thus far futile. The first that was known of the rob bon was whm Iii nco Hn.wn. the a^cnt In cbarce of th* OSSCO, entered the ofnee to jet the waybills and p?ok sae of money He found Dobbins un cooacUma cn the floor back of the ""? blood Bowing fro-u a taping; wound back of bis riakt ear sfBabk. Pm Mr. Brown n |( D ol the man ruck him down. Lone Robber Gets $2000. A masked bandit, working ilene, ?tole f:.I m cash from Hie home of Bchuj "A" ye*rs old, a wealthy tanner, residing near v j Bl d the poll ite boldness Although th* Hamer homestead is ? half mill from the Fi I dBcO, and i nun h freon) nted public | after locking the aged r of the farmer In h.-i dynamited the big safe, which rs, the :ii tines for as much as j ? in poid. Mrs .inn.- Nickson, nearly serenty ytars old, and the solo occupant of the fannhonos wier. I, is In a erith al condition from tock of the struggle with the Found Gun; Kills Brother. Wbl Delma- ' tin lt, ? well* - ier ol Lorel a hunter. ip the pun and. pointing lt at l Roger, nh ? me barrel iscb. in the i arrying it ? To Demand Higher Wages. if thc i Mr. I - d his eon fl* ? ? ? Killed In Pennant Rush. ? I in a ' lil ? her. For Coke Workers. ? His Beard. ? taki n in ? ' o loni:. ' Football Causes Another Death. ? ohur Bath Stampedes Buffalo. I in a ? - ' ? Old ' t In Fire. Boy of Ten Sent to Prison. and, of Thurso, Ont.. to six eight . ' of nn '??: a Canadian racine railway train. Grew 227 Bushels Corn on One Acre. Of corn ?n or S. C., ac cording to an official state report. This is ?ianid tn break the record In this country. New Station For Baltimore. The Pennsylvania Railroad company has decided tn bofM a new passenger station in Beltimore, to cost about $1, 000.000. The new station wM be on the site ef the present union terminal. Lone Robber Loots Bertk. A lone robbed held up Arthur Tm Chateau, teller at the far-cars' Ma chanf-c- bank ut Green Bay, Wis- and , escaped wtth about |1>C* MICE Tfi STIIlKtiOLDEkS. '?vriiin,, ; ?? the following resolution i a.is?-?l dy the d State Hank okina lo a di - i ? m?id?r and set .- I1H." int to a pr. : - Bank. nov. T. Freeman Epes. Allan Epes Louis S. Epes EPES & EPES, vi FORNKY& vi law. OFFICES: Farmville and Blackstone. Va I' Va. . Va. Lee & Thompson Attorneys at Law I'ak.mv ii.li: and Cbewe, Va. WA JK l N ? ix' * K, -ATTORNEYS AT LAW, \\r C FRANKLIN A ! rORNEY-AT-LAW, i /^ S. WING, ATI Green Bay, Prince Edward County, Ya. Isw^Courts:- Si deral. C. C.; COWAN MITRE DEALER ! Ml i I NDERTAKER. Ll ;? EMBALMER FLOOR COVERINGS. ) Just received a ; Big Lot of I RUGS and DRUGGETS. LARGE STOCK ? " ? ) ALL KIN' ) t ( - I j PHONE ( ? ( D. L. i and" ililli fllJiiJlilLl Estimates i u mis li e d. Work promptly done and n tully guaranti and shop on K;i-*t Third Stn Main. R C. Bristow Clothes of ELEGANCE AM) REFINEMENT than the ordinary kind?'tis simply in tho hldgn of selecting good clothes that helps (mo along in lifo. It Ls not what y.m pay for clothes BO mitch as what you Get For Your Money. To show our clothing is a pleas? ure, and it is a special pleasure to exhibit our new and large Fall and Winter Stock. N. B. DAVIDSON 8?c sn 3C 3C JCC YOUNG MEN sDON'T FAIL TO: Take advantage of this OPPORTUNITY BUT SECURE ONE OF THESE LARGE LOTS IN SerpelPs Addition TO FARMVILL!: Every person should invest in well Belected Real K AS THIS PROPERTY IS ??=-=? THINK OF IT Only ?> blocks from the business center of the town Vim can't make a mistake in getting some <?t thi -? before the) are all picked over. Jus! think of it. pay down twenty dollars and five dollars per moi half of thr purchase price i- paid free of taxes and in. when von gel a deed and in evenl you should die bi I r*ol, a ?? aft< r you have mi Ma\ i ; should meet with death, thi ; for the lot without payii ,IV more. I '?> ll von, young man, no investment on ? tain to enrich it*- owner as undi i ty. y.. | ir, . insurance policy which d< cost you a penny ny purchasing one of these lots. R member this is only for whites. S S rpell before leave town, he will advance you money for buildi un the forenamed property ai 5 per cent. Wi,, ii your home? What you an out for rent will pay for your-home and at your moment - in be improving it. It you are sid Jo not bai e to pay for three month-. 308 ar: 3E 2r ul: ac U nco I 1 8 r I Ml *. A ii V <i***V ' CITIZENS STATE BANK FARMVILLE. VA. ? E.S. Martin, Trot Geo. M. Serpell, Vice-Pres. F. NY. Hubbard, Cashier. DIRECTORS ?land Dr. P. Wil R. K. Hi? ll. I J, L. Pul \dams II. ll. Hunt. WE -' iuch help r in this . li oth* int to help you all. We li I Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing Shoes, Hats, Caps nts Furnishings, &c, Bion Siioes Agents Zeigler Shoes Agents S. Lowman & Co., Clothing Agents Floisher Bros., Clothing Agents SUITS MADE TO ORDER Prices Right Fit Guaranteed. ? our mind, e you will meei with all sort but don't think to stop them, it isn't any usc; For people will talk. COME IN. FLEMING & CLARK, Main St, FARMVILLE, YA. COAL: Owini* to the advance in th* price of coal at tho minos I am compelled to raiae my price* to 14.60 per ton for all grades lump coal. My coal is all hand screened and U strictly all lump. Raven Ked Ash. Thacker Splint and Pocahontas constantly on the yard. I hare saved you money on ice, let me s?Te you money on coal. "W. C. XEIWlVIAXs OFFICK AT ICM .KjfcNT > 5A Plush Robes \ These splendid Robes add I to the pleasure of driving. They are warm and con1' able. They absolutely do shed. T -ire hand? some and the colors \' Askfi-ra$APU?hRobe.J n ?-J C M. Walker's Sons. PERFECTION' BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES ARE BEST WK SELL THEM Paulett & Bugg* *ZrZZZZ mata ~~ *?*"".