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future we will ni ? Cement of Best Quality ii : tick' call - W.A.SL0C0MBE&C0. lerinary Horse Shoer SI : GENERAL ^SMITHING MACHINE REPAIRING AND BRAZING conneetion with - irk guaranteed M - \ Trial Geo. W. Buckberrough -Hoi1: 220 North St.. Farmville M I tlc Warehouse SPECIALIST W. BAXTER fRIST? riCAL EXPERIENCE. iesi a Specialt/i Prto - re - onable, . -.. ? i Invited. lly Louted M VILLE, VIRGINIA. ?ci Mi TO 12 A. M.. 21TO 5 P. M. N GUARANTEED. I k THE SK Columbia NE OF ggies AT Son & Co's At Chappell's oui self at his \TAIN. the highest laity, that our stock te in >;ts ad ls generally. Chappell of Tatmtt>ttie Farmville,Virginia JtoU oflftoiW Money can hot buy a place on this Roll of Honor. Surplus and Profits in excess of Capital is the Qualification 1867? Fabmvills, Va., November 3rd., 1909. TO TUE SHAREHOLDERS OF The First National Bank Farmville, Va. You arehercbj notified thal a sj>ecial meeting of the Bhareholderfl ? f thc First National Bank of Farmville, Va., will !??? Ii.-bl in '.t- building al Farmville, Va., mi Wednesday, I >< ??? iber loth, !.M)l),al 2 o'clock P. M., for the puru i I he following resolut "Resolved, Thal in der the pro\ ol the Acl of Maj N:. 1v-' . '. ition h ? increased in the sum of $25,000.00 making the total cap? ital 875,000.00.v fix th* p vvhicli the new i*-?ur <?! stock diall bc sold, and am other busil which may proper!) come before -.11? 1 meeting. K< <pectfully, N B. 1?? . iDsoN, President. V. V kw\ v, <lashier. FARMVILLE BUILDING AND TRUST COMPANY FARMV.LLE. VIRGINIA Capital. Loans. Deposits and Surplus $ 150.000.00 ill mi ur write'to us. I 1 i;; i N MON KY 1 mi lal i ri ty. JNO. R. MARTIN, S directors ' ve work, worry and ney by using a STOVER GASOLINE _ENGINE MADE RIGHT. SOLD RIGHT Send for an illustrated catalog of our engines, wind mills and feed grind? ers. SYDNOR PUMP & WELL CO., general agents Richmond, Va. BALDWIN'S BUSY STORE BIG VALUES IN ALL LINES lt will pay you to see us on Shoes Suits -AND Dry Goods Building business ?on? bargain giving R. A. BALDWIN &SONS BUFFALO MFG. CO FARMVILLE, VA. ? Lumber and Building Materials We an- prepared tn furnish nt shoi notice sud ai lon nutt riul thal go hilo a bouse from tia- -ill ridge pole, ami a iii furni- > mi soy job, i I small, upon spplicstion. Wi IAN ll. V ON HAND Hand Kail Doon Laths Newi Blinds Moulding BtogJtttt Hiding Porch Columns Plow Beams Ceiling Balusters Mandles Flooring Bracket Krai; ? Write Us For Prices. GLASS Plain Mndow, Ground, fhipp-d. Plait, (ath.-dr.il. Colonial. MKM.II If MFG. CO.. Far-mUlr. Va. NEWS OF PRiNGE EDWARD SI CK N TY ual. T. W. !) M . v.' I J. 1". . . ? Wm. Hendi Mi r of Mill bank school, visited lier hum*- peopli Saturday and Sunday. Prospect. Thc old burn is moving on thi tenor of its way, enjoying sn "otium cum dignitste" to which Farmville am the rest of the earth are strangers The flowers have faded from our gar dens and lawns bul the erysanthe mum is blooming out in wonted glory, and Mrs T. Henry Glenn still growl them to perfection. Our merchant! haven't been as bus) SJ beet, bu "Ed" Taylor is still king among mer chants, T. Henry Qlenn the veteran oj the fraternity, "Hub" Carter a bust ler from way back, while the N. & W. ? is a model ol scours Durwood piles .iii- rea'ly fur tin snows of winter and many of us ititi enjoy the luxury of wide open fin Farmville know luxurj - Farmville. Now don't throw up your electric lights tl iut sidewaJ ir bath tubs. Our farmers I longing foi a tobai and all of us are look? ing forward to the hog killing with longing eyes and palpitating hearts The "simmon" crop is fint . nut. " ' lur be getting ready tor the spring planting. We give up our pastor, Rev, Car with genuine corrow. He no only preached the gospel in its purity but lived il. Our rural route rid) njoyei the sunny weather and smooth road: of the fall and are nut afraid ? r's mud. Run up ai I and then. 4 3 Mr. iv \. Moring, <>i Kictimoi rot ii : ' vlsil io In Ir. .IC Moring and family i? Hettie \ I boin .Mi. liugton i- \ i-itiii!', bi taiinly. Ml -I daughte Mrs. Robert Hill, returned bon uter vihltin rews. Mr-. Henry J< nt Hie lath .if last wi motbe Memorial i 'hu. and aa usual I Koli ol ? M Harry Hal Merton Did Wiley Wilkinson, Fr Worsham, n, Ey : Waddell, knnie Silb; Silby. Mr>. w. T. Cunningham lng of 6th instant, entertained number of jroung people informally, honor of ber gm Man ai Sallie Cawthorn, and Messrs. Frat: and T. -I. Cawthorn, of Appomatto who were week-end guests in her ho pitable home. On Sunday last Kev. J. B. Wilban 'preached at Spring Creek with tl I usual good attention and attendanc Fugatej vs hera Car I them n wei I I - 1 and \\ the 3rd, and will likely I locket isa fuli A number of the people hereabouts attended the Farmville Fair. The if opinion is that the bibits atul other attractions wen high order. The managers, people of Farmville and exhibit I great credit. The ion's share of however, is due the Herald for its persistent and laborious work. May another year bring even a ? and inure succssful Ivor. IT'S THE DAY OF THE Good Sense DRESSER We aim to lalk con about elntli that match tin- talk. Tin not balk at "the style." He in? clines rather to welcome ai naking that does to absurd ? The gomi di en? joy a visit : our offerings will ounce Tin- ; DEPENDABLE and when applied to ?I not btly used?and IS not, in ' Richardson & Cralle. Livery And Sales Stables FRANK EPES MU C HARDAWAY AT ALL IL rt K'S - at reasonable prut-. Prompt at tention given all orders and thc , u-anteed. 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