T he boys had their fun today
Miss Ella May Karrett, ol
Ahotkie, is visiting Mrs. T. E.
Jo>'ncr this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parker
were Snow Hill visitors Mon
day and Tuesday.
The Home Life Insurance Co.
1 ai a message for you elsewhere
on this page. Read it.
A young man arrived at the
Iiopie of Mr*. S. M. Pollard this
week to reside permantly.
Mrs. Charlie Joy ner, of Balti
more, Md., spent a few days here
recently visiting Mrs. Paul E.
Messrs A. C. Bynum J. T. Dix
on and R. A. Fields have been
attending court at Snow Hill
Attorney E. M. Cox, and Mr.
G. M. Shirley were Snow Hill
visitors a few days tbis week;
Her many friends and relatives
are glad to learn that Mrs. Allie
A. Joyner, who was critically ill
lasft week, is convalescing.
Mrs. I. B. Bailey and daugh
ter, little Miss Kate Jarvis, are
visiting at the home of Mrs.
Bailey's parents in Plymouth this
Mr. E. L. Barrett returned to
day from Baltimore aad other
r.orthern markets where he pur
chased his spring and summer
Read the article on the laS
rage of this issue. Every map
that has the future of bis family
at heart should carefully read
c very word of it.
Mr. Wilkerson, of itmporia,
Va., an experienced furniture
s. desman, arrived here la& week
and has accepted a position with
Bof.man & Monk Bros.
Read the advertisement of the
llub Hardware Co., in this issue.
They will have n special demon
stration and sale of Great Ma
ji?Uc Ranges next week.
Mr. B. S, Smith returned
Thursday night from Richmond
Va., with a car? load of fancy
horses and mule;, and he invites
j ou to call and see them.
Sow more seed on your tobac
co beds. You can get Ihem with
the New Farmville Warehouse's
ccmplimcnts by calling' at Par
ker and Newton's drugstore.
Those of our tobacco growers
who want more seed for theit
beds can secure same by calling
at Parker & Newton's drug store
They are furnished free by the
New Farmville Warehouse. ..
Tfie special Knights of Pythias
r- serviced the Christian church
Sunday morning was highly en
jdyed by all who attended. The
services were conduced by Rev.
C. B. Masbburn. The special
song service was also much en
Her many friends will be glad
to learn that Mrs. C. R Mash
burn who was taken to the Wil
son hospital Thursday for an
operation for appendicitis/ flood
the operation fine, and is getting
along as nicely as could be ex
Doh't fail to cune to Farm
ville Tuesday, March 3rd, if you
are a little hungry lor a good
laugh at a small figui*;. Stone &
Mauty's big spectacular shows
wilt give 1wo performances here
on that date, afternoon and night
inhibition on show ground
i and 740 p. m. All new
and the greateA
I tho beft lady and
1 with a hoA
Mafler John Bert, tbe youngest
cop of Mr. and Mr*. J. Stanley
Smith was very painfully burn
ed Thursday morning. It teems
that tbe little fellow whs in the
kitchen, and, n? he has probably
seen tbe cook do, took the oil
raq and poured some in the fire
to make it burn better, the flames
setting fire to his clothing. Mr*.
Smith heard his screams and got
to him in time to save him from
serious injury or death, however
the litlte fellow received, some
very bad burns.
Slock Holders Meeting.
The subscribed ^lock-holders
of tbe Building and Loan Asso
ciation for Farmville are requeu
ed to meet in the Town Hall
Wednesday night, March 3rd, to
perfell plans for operation.
There are so far subscribed a
total of 656 shares, and . others
are expeded to come in. Go to
the meeting Wednesday night
prepared to pay your initiatory
fee of 25c on each share subscri
Menial at Males lit Demonstration al
Hub Hardware Co's Next Week.
Wednesday:? How to make
any kind of cake icing you wanf
in a minute and a half.
Thursday? How to bake a bis
cuit that will keep fresh for a
Friday? How to broif flake,
never have any tough flake.
For Sale? Pure Bred Buff and
White Orpington eggs. 15 for
fl.OO-J. H. Harris.
For Suit? 1>*K sellings of 15
Wliite OrpiogtoD, "the laying
kind." $1.00 per setting.? Dr. J as.
For Sale? I have four or five
young Single cone, White Lee
horn Roosters yet for sale. If
you want one, . .3 quick.? L. W,
Godwin, Farmville, N. C.
Loft? Buggy blanket Saturday
night between my home and
Farmville. Description: Red on
one side and green on the other.
Finder will please return and re
ceive rewari? A. J. Moye. ?
The "Home Lite"!
The fifty-fourth annual
statement of the Home Life
Insurance C o m p a n y, of
which GEORGE E. IDE
is president, shows sub
stantial progress along
Assets increased during
the year to more than
$29,6M,Mt. after paying
to policy-holders nearly
. - The insurance in force
is more than S116.M0.M0,
being an increase during '
year of nearly $5,750,000.
H. L. HUMPHREY, Gen. Agt.
FARMVILLE, N. C.
THE FIRST OF THE SEASON.
Stone & Maury's
will exhibit at
Farmville, Tuesday, March, 3rd
A High -class Vaudeville
and Trained Annimal Show.
A clean, moral and refined show for men, ladles
and children. Trained annimals that do everything
but talk. The berft lady and gentlemen performers, an
army of the funnlerft clowns. Fine Bands of Music.
Positively the greatest feature a efts ever seen.
Don't miss the BIG FREE outside exhibition
on show grown at 1 and 7 p. m.
Strong Durable ftiitfrtwfc
Give steady, bright light
Easy to light Easy to
clean and re wick. Don't
smoke. Don't blow out
, in the wind. Don't leak.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
-_-4 SIM Reward, $100
rs of this paper will bo
arn that there l.?i at least ono
5~oo that sclcnco l.a:? bcrn
In all 1 la stages, and that is
Catcrrh. Ur.U's UUrrli euro I ? lijo only
pcslUvo euro aor/ Lnown to tl?a mediec.1
fraternity. Catcrrh bciarr a constitutional
dircasc, require 3 a constitutional treat
ment. Hairs Catarrh Cure l.i ti!:cn In
tcrnalty, r acting directly upen tl:a blood
?cd tnucous surfaces cf tho ?7atc:n. thrre* L
by destroying tho foundation cf the di->
co39. and g.vlng- t':o patient ctrenstli by
bnildin* up the constitution and ncslatlng
tosturs In doing Its work. Tho proprietors
hare so much faith In Its curative paw
ns that they oner Ono Hundred Dcllara
?M spy elea thst l>. f^lla l) cure. fiend
|UraHr. J. SIUIIya CO., TUcdo, Ohio,
fitt tar fill Drn-rrlafn, C-*. .
nits IlairsraoUy Ti'Ulcr oxia-tlpfttloa.
- NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
' Having; qualified as Adminis
trator of John Windham, deceas
ed, late of Pitt County, North
(parolina, this is to notify all per
sons having claims oginst the
estate of the said deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned
Within twelve months from this
date, or this notice will be plead
ed in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said
esfate will please make imme
Tins Januaiy 21st, 1914.
. B. M. LEWIS, Admr.
r, (j. James & Son, Attys.
A SOLID CAR OF
Ju^l the latent and be^t things in
furniture and house furnishings.
We invite you to come and see the
beautiful line ju^t received. Each
peice is a beauty to itself. We will
take pleasure in showing you.
Beaman & Monk Bros,
The Big Store, - - Farmville, N. C.
'"THE PROVERBIAL "rainy day" holds no ter
rors for the family circle whose bulwark of
protedtion is a BANK BOOK.
Sad, pinched faces and haunted looks have
no place there? comfort and happiness reign
You can well afford to deposit a little in this
bank every pay day? all that's needed is the
determination to begin. When the ice is
once broken, it's easy sailing and you'll be
astonished how rapidly your savings will grow
THE BANK OF FARMV1LLE
FARMV1LLE, N. C.
' \ FOR .*
J. TURNAGE CO.