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A. C. MONK. Publisher.
O. A. ROUSE. Editor and AVft. Mgr.
One Dollar Ihi y??r? In adul ter.
THURSDAY, MAR. 19. 1913
A HELP TO FARMVILLE.
The^aore we learn of the
Home Life Insurance Co., of
which our .hustling and enter
prising young business man Mr.
H. L. Humphrey is General
Agent, the more we commend it 1
to our communty and the ^lale.
We have ju& learned that the i
Hank of Farmville, of this city,
has been designated as the Com i
pany's depository in the ?iat^ of i
North Carolina, and that all pre- i
miums are colle<5icd at the Farm
ville office which are deposited
to the Company's crcdit in the
Bank of Farmville by their Agen
cy Cashier, Miss C. I. Deal,
whosv office is ulso in fhis city.
By this adion of the Home
Life Insurance Co., it shows to
the outside world that entire
confidence can be put in our lo- i
The "Home Life" deserves our !
loyal support, as it shows by its i
action it is willing lo help build
up our town and community
by designating our local bank as 1
the depository for the entire
There are few towns where
the stores present a more pleas
ing appearance of (heir respec
tive places of business amf such
pride is certainly commendable.
Tliat is not all. They carry
uooil, clean blocks, for fair deal
i >g draws n splendid patronage
frpm the surrounding territory.
We olten wonder if we fully
appreciate our hojne' county,
settled as it- is- with - an honest,
thrifty people, arid our progres
si ye little cily steaming with en
terprise and hospitality.- We can
truly say with the psalmiif "the
lines are falUn unto me in pleas
ant places; yes, I have a goodly '
Mr. Redden A. Morgan, who
lived at the Dr. Bynum place
near Farmville, died latf Sunday ;
after an illness of some time, -
and was buried Monday in the
family burial gfound. The ser
vice were conducted by Rev. H.
E. Lance of the Methodiii church
in the presence of a large crowd
of sorrowing; relatives and
We arc pleased to Aate that
t*ie Oxford .Orphanage Singing
Class will give one their ever
pleating entertainments in the
Town Hall 'at Fountain Friday
of next week, March 27tbi at
7-30 p. m. Everyone that can
possibly do so should go to hear !
these children. You will not I
only enjoy ihe occasion but at
the same time be contributing
to one ql-ibt lea and mo?
worthy causes in the State.
Our line of spring and summer
Let us show you.? D. F. & R. O.
It Pays to Be Watchful and Cartful
Dodson's Uver Tome is Jtecom
mended and Guaranteed.
In a number of cases it ha9
seemed that appenditis has re
sulted from chronic constipation.
Hence it is well to be careful
and keep the sySlem in as good
working: order as possible, for if
you never suffer from constipa
tion you are likely tolessenyour
liability to other complications
Hut that docs not me?n that
it is wise for you to use calomel,
a poison that Slays in the syStem
and often leaves bad effects be
hind it, even after you may have
appeared to be benefited tempo
rary. As a matter of fad, calo
mel is exceedingly dangerous to
many people, perhaps to you.
So it is juSt as well not to take
For ConSlipation, biliousness,
liver complain), sick headache,
etc.. Dod ton's Liver Tone Is
guaranteed by J. M. Wholes*
who will cheerfully refund pur.
chase price (50.) in&antly to yotf
in the event that it fails to give
Dodson's Liver Tone isa vege
table liquid, perfectly harmless,
easy to take on highly effective
without pain, ache or gripe and
leaving no bad after-effects. It
assists nature and builds you up
inrflead of weakening you. So
many people have been immen
sely benefited by this good rem
edy its' worth your looking into
at once. Make no miilake? ask
for Dodson's Liver Tone, (adv.)
For Sale? A gentle and good
farm and road horse, 4 1-2 year*
old and weighs 1,050 lbs. Will
work anywhere. For pricc and
terms write or see B. F. CaiT,
with D. F. & R. O. Lang, Fatm
ville, N. C.
For Sale? 14 Poland China
and Mammoth Cross rf~* it 10c.
Averaging 60 lbs.? W. li Flana
gan, Farmville, N. C.
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"Groceries of Quality"
Oar line of Heavy and Fancy Groceries is
now the fresherft to be had and is complete
in every way. We carry only the beft and
can supply your every want.
Remember iriends our terms are cash, and for
you to get our prompt attention and bed) ibices, as
you expedt, your accounts muit be paid promptly.
Rasberry & Thome,
iVr (tjr1 1
It Always Helps
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"y? Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In
writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's
tonic She says further: 'Before I began to use
would hurt so bad, I
I w*a k.^11.. AutA
Cardui, my back and 'h'ead ?v
thought the pain would kill me.
^ ? r 1 a uv
as well as run a big water milL
1 wish every
wonuui would give
The Woman's Tonic
& . trial. I stilt use Cardui when I feel a Utile bwl,
and it always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman
ly trouble. Signs that you need Cartful, the woman's
tonic. You cannot make a mistake in tryinz Cardul
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today!
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THE HOUSEWIFE takes more pride in the equipment of her dln
ing room, than the average man can realize. To her surroundings must
suggest comfort and neatness, for generally, it is her living room, and
the furniture must be in keeping.
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A new consignment of Dining Room furniture just received,
will interest you. It includes numerom new ideas that will be
sure to offer suggestions in home fumbbim. Itindades:
Dining Tables, Bullets, Servict Tables, China Closets,
Chairs, Etc., Etc.
All 01 The Most Worthy Quality, And At Lett Prices.
! Joyner FurniM Co.
T. E. JOYNER, Mgr. <- ' FARMV1LLE, N. C*
oil Want fbe PrctHc#*1
And You Should Begin About
OUR UNE BEFORE BUYING.
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