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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - April 7, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Peninsula a Enterprise John w. Edmonds. Editor and owner. Log Oman court House. A. Entered at Post office at Accomac o. Va., As to second class matter saturday. April 29, 1911. Local news. Board of supervisors meet monday May lbt. Mrs. William e. Lewis of Accomac c. Spent week in Norfolk. Strawberry checks Are now being printed at this office. If a grower let is have your order. . John e. Phillips is seriously ill with grip at Home of his daughter mrs. E. T. Daugherty at Accomac c. The announcement of or. Thomas Gardiner As a Justice of peace for Lee District appears in this Issue of paper. The condition of or. George c. Watson of Tasley shows improvement. is now Able to walk around his room without assistance. All voters who have not paid their capitation taxes by May 6 th., cannot vote either in primary or at regular election in november. . Asa Driscoll pastor of drum Mohd town methodist Church is in Richmond this week attending state 9unday school convention. . Zadoc r. Lewis of Hunting Creek recently operated on at Salisbury Hospital returned to that place for further treatment on tuesday. . Roy d. White sick at Home of or. A. J. Lilliston Early in week had improved sufficiently to return to his Home at Parksley on wednesday. Rev. . Benton of Norfolk will preach in Emmanuel episcopal Church Jenkins Bridge sunday Quot May 7th, 11 a. Bloxom 3.30 p. And at Parksley at 7.30 p. Mrs. Robert Scott of Greensboro. N. Oof late guest of family of or. A. B. Dunaway at Accomac o. H., left thursday for a visit to her Mother in Washington d. A a. . Jule w. Ward a former coun Tyman was at Accomac 0. This week As representative of John a. Homer amp co., Baltimore. His Jast visit to town was 14 Yearb ago. Judge Fletcher wife and daughter and or. And mrs. Thomas w. Blackstone of Accomac o. H., were among passengers by Steamer from Onancock to Baltimore on monday. . John b. Mears surgeon in . Navy after a Short visit to his Mother and other relatives at Keller last week left for u. Naval station Cavite philippine islands via san Francisco California. The citizens league will hold its regular monthly meeting at Accomac High school building thursday afternoon May 4, at 4 of clock. Business of importance will be discussed and a full attendance is urged. Thieves broke open freight House at Hopeton station saturday night last and carried away flour butter and other merchandise property of merchants in that Vicinity Worth ten dollars or More. A special term of circuit court of Accomac will be held by judge c. W. Robertson of Newport news beginning May 16th, for trial of Railroad and other cases in which judge Fletcher was employed while a practising attorney. Hon. Carter Glass candidate for United states senator will address voters at Eastville on monday May 8th., court Day. is an attractive and forcible speaker. Every voter who wishes to vote right at democratic primal a should hear him. Seventy five barrels of Trout and other fish were taken from Pound nets of . Mears Oyster co., near Wachapreague Inlet thursday morning. Their catch and that of other fishermen at Wachapreague ii that Day is reported to have been sold for about �4,500. A it if you want an automobile see advertisements of a a Ford and a Maxwell a and others perhaps in next Issue of this paper. In fact it will pay generally to see what is offered through Enterprise recognized by All Best advertising medium on Shore. Rates for refrigeration of strawberries in transit from Norfolk and Onley va.,and Pittsville and Marion my. To Boston mass., were reduced approximately 15 per cent by inter state Commerce commission. The prescribed Rateb will become effective on or before june 15 virginian 27th. New advertisements of interest to our readers in this Issue of paper Jack Henderson Spring and summer Stock at his big department store at Penny Ville B. Willis Ralston shoes fair Oaks Stock farm horse gov. Axworthy delivery of estate of John e. Hickman deceased without refunding Bond. We. J. Sommers administrator of John Sommers deceased and of Vianna Sommers deceased will sell at Public auction to highest bidder on saturday april 29th, 1911, at 10 30 of clock a. M., one pair of Good mules one cow potato bed frames farming implements amp a. Terms made known on Day of Sale. Many new advertisements for Lack of space do not appear in this Issue of paper but a supplement will be added when necessary in future for accommodation of All who wish to appear in our columns. We like a a Rush and will be prepared to meet it hereafter. To do this however copy for advertisements must be sent in Early in week. Oscar p. Parks and Warner Ames executors of Geo. P. Parks deceased will sell at Public auction in town of Onancock on saturday 13th Day of May next beginning at 1 of clock p. M., All personal property consisting of household and Kitchen furniture Iron Safe &c., amp a of said decedent. At 3 of clock of same Day they will also sell a certain tract or parcel of Woodland in doll swamp and a certain House and lot in Onancock. For further information see posters or address either of executors. The real estate of which w. J. Johnson of j., died seized and possessed containing by actual Survey 177.75 acres,115.75 acres of Woods,61.98 acres cleared land situated on Road from new Church to Oak Hall and one mile from new Church station will be sold at Public auction in front of Nelson amp Johnson a Church by E. Johnson agent for Herb on saturday May 27th, 3 p. The farm and Timber will first be offered Lor Sale separately and afterwards As a whole and Way in which they bring highest prior will be considered Sale. For full particulars see posters and next Issue of this paper. Neighbourhood notes. Onancock. Mrs. Walter Rhodes has returned from a trip to Phoebus. The condition of or. J. W. Cobb is unchanged and is very critical. . Warner Ames and or. William f. Hopkins Are Home from a trip to Baltimore. Miss Annie May trader and or. James w. Tapman were married at rectory saturday evening. . W. Henry Powell a student at Richmond College spent this week with his father or. Henry f. Powell. Miss of Iii r. Wilson of Walkerton va., was recently a guest at a elms a Home of . Parker. . We. Job. Nottingham installed wednesday a Lippincott soda Fountain of latest and most improved design. Miss Pansy Wilkins left tuesday for Orange va.,where she will spend some time As guest of miss Isabelle Williams. The Onancock High school met Accomac school team on Margaret Academy grounds Friday afternoon and won score 8 to 5. . Robert e. Powell returned from Greensboro,md., monday. While there he attended a House party Given by or. Addison Christian. . Edward Schultz who was operated upon at University Hospital Baltimore for Mastoiditis thursday last is improving daily. Surveyor Ruediger was engaged wednesday establishing lines of wharf property belonging to estate of capt. L. Crockett. The residence on Hill Street belonging to or. F. Rogers recently vacated by capt. Jno. A. Chandler has been occupied by or. We. B. Nottingham. . E. G. B. Wright local manager of Diamond state Telephone company has been transferred to Salisbury md., for duty. . N. Roland Hearn is now in charge of this office. Miss Margaret Stuart after spending ten Days with her parents or. And mrs. Preston s. Stewart has resumed her work As teacher of manual training in Washington Public schools. . G. J. Thomas of Lansing Michi Gan was in town thursday injecting jars recently delivered by his company. has distinction of having driven a Reo car across continent from coast to coast. . Robert p. Taylor and sister mrs. E. J. Goffigon left monday for Staunton to attend funeral of their Uncle or. David b. Taylor a former merchant of Baltimore but for some years a resident of Valley City. Bishop Lambuth addressed missionary society of m. E. Church South Friday afternoon on work being done by his Church in South America. Marked Progress was reported with an encouraging Outlook. Pearl aged ten years daughter of or. We. R. Young in jumping from a Fence monday badly sprained her right ankle. The injury under treatment of or. G. L. Fosque has become less painful and is not expected to be permanent Annie Only child of or. And mrs. James r. Watson died tuesday after an illness of three weeks of meningitis aged 6 years. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. Fogle at m. E. Church wednesday afternoon and burial was made in it. Holly cemetery. . James r. Laughton a former principal of High school but now pastor of m. E. Church South at Virginia Beach spent several Days this week at Home of capt. Samuel t. Waples. preached at Southern methodist Church sunday morning and gave an interesting talk to b. P. Union at Baptist Church sunday evening. Miss Helen g. Joynes daughter of supt. G. G. Joynes will give her senior recital at Bard Avon school of expression Baltimore Friday night. Miss Joynes having had two years in elocution at High school Here was Able to win both a teachers and an artist a a diploma in two years instead of usual course of four years. Miss b. N. Joynes left thursday to be present at recital. Harborton. We Are glad to report that mrs. E. G. Evans is improving. . Jos. Hutchinson or has added a new buggy to his livery outfit. Mrs. G. Clifford returned on mondays boat after visiting friends in West. Our hotels and boarding houses Are getting lots of inquiries from visitors for rates and rooms. Do not forget to come Down next thursday and Friday night to High school commencement. Refreshments before and after exercises. One of our prominent menhaden Park residents last wednesday nearly Dreve a horse to death to catch Baltimore boat at Onancock to find no boat leaving that Day. Several of our gentlemen and ladies turned out monday with Spades and axes and filled up two very bad Hole on main Street caused by washout More than a year ago. . Road machine Man sit up and take notice. . N. Hutchinson a recent graduate of Eastman business College Poughkeepsie n. Y., left tuesday to accept a position in new York after spending several Days with his parents or. And mrs. . Hutchinson. Quinby. V Chincoteague. Mrs. J. W. Warren is visiting friends at Berlin. Miss Nora Burton resigned her position with Whealton amp co. This week to spend summer with her sister at Crew a. A or. Elton Burch our popular capt. George Reynolds keeper of Popes Island l. S., each had a Broad smile on sunday both boys. . Samuel Stevenson of Accomac Bealer of weights and measures was Here this week to look after and adjust measures weights amp a. our business people. . E. F. Johnson and wife assisted by miss Georgie Tracey have opened up an up to Date establishment in John Brown storehouse for Sale of pianos and other musical instruments. A representative of engineering co. Washington d. C., awarded contract to dig out cat Creek and bogeys Bay was Here this week to make arrangements for beginning work in next 30 Days. . Kendall Thornton our oldest citizen died after a Long illness this week aged 85 years. was first Captain to run planted oysters from this place to Northern markets. One son or. John Thornton survives a him. Visitors to town this week Abbott Byrd g. L. Doughty Samuel Stevenson or. And mrs. J. W. West g. F. Kelly r. T. Gillespie n. B. Wescott s. A. Taylor o. J. Rew w. L. Milliner Thos. J. Savage Roy d. White W. Bratten s. Doughty John Mears Morris wheal ton Accomac Earl Cropper new York. Mrs. Sarah English wife English died at her Home in Philadelphia this week aged 74 years. Her husband was in Early life proprietor of hotel at Horntown and later of Atlantic hotel Here and his wife will be kindly remembered by hundreds of people on Eastern Shore for her Many excellent traits of character. . J. T. Rowley of this place with other representatives at every Point on Railroad from Franklin City to Harrington del., left for Philadelphia this week to wait on officials of Road and to ask for a train to leave Franklin City 5 30 p. Every Day so that our shipments of fish and oysters can be placed in markets of Philadelphia and new York in morning instead of having to Lay Over at Franklin City at night As in past. Arrivals at Atlantic hotel this week w. Sears Thos. B. Fallin s. Wolf Baltimore f. J. Montague e. B Morrison J. Foley George s. Cook Philadelphia Powell Wilmington A. Zeller Reading a. F. Nunnally Richmond a. A a a f. Johnson and wife 0. Gates e. Winser d. Hanna c. W. Warner new York o. Shockley Oscar Burton o. Parsons Snow Hill e. W. Polk Pocomoke City John Ayres Girdletree v. E. Simpson Selby Ville. Neifa. County school Board met at this place wednesday april 26th. The first shipment of radish went Forward from Here first of week. Work on new Road from this station to or. T. Mears store is being pushed to completion. . R. Elmore is making plan for erection of a modern dwelling on his farm near this station. . John e. Hai Man will soon commence erection of an up to Date Wheelwright and Blacksmith shop Here. . Peter w. East who has been sick is now much improved and his friends Are delighted to see him out again. Messes. Boggs amp Rogers one of our firms of progressive merchants Are improving their Grain House with a coat of paint. Our genial hotel proprietor or. L. F. Guy has commenced work on his storage House for ice and will probably also carry for Sale a full line of fresh meats. The Bright Sunshine this week has made everybody feel better. The candidates who Are so earnestly looking for votes in this Section Albo seem to be encouraged by it and All report a Outlook Melfa base Ball club has made new play grounds where school boys nine Are developing some Good players and in this connection will state that our a a Phil is also an expert on 0. F. Chase packing company has purchased a piece of land Here on which to erect a Canning factory. The contractor or. J. R. Hopkins is getting in lumber and will soon commence work on building. It is to be completed in time for Sweet potatoes. Messes. Wallace and Bunting have recently furnished their stores with soda fountains. Misses Pearl Kellam and Olive Bull Are attending Normal training school at Onancock. Miss Eunice Mckean of new Jersey is visiting her grandparents capt. And mrs. Thomas Mckean. Mrs. W. Nock and Little daughter Ethel and or. Charlie m. Bull of Pungoteague visited their parents or. And mrs. Lee Bull last sunday. The game of base Ball Here Between Hacks neck and Quinby resulted in a Victory for visitors score 6 to 7. Wachapreague and Quinby will Cross bats today. A number of our Young men out in electrical storm of Friday night of last week lost their bearings. Some mistook slowed Fields for county roads and others were capsized in deep ditches. The Horbe of one barely escaped being drowned. Negligee shirts in new weaves Price from 50c. The $2. J. Mills. Choice and select line of China and japanese matting also 9x12 matting rugs at Scott a Parksley. We have largest and most up to Date Stock of oxfords for men women and children we have Ever shown. Styles and prices right. Also full Stock matting and matting drug gets and Beautiful patterns. Bloxom Bros. Wachapreague. . Harry White spent last sunday in Richmond visiting his wife. Mrs. Norman t. Mapp attended Wilkins Nottingham wedding at Bridgetown last week. Mrs. B. W. James and Little son Wilson spent last week at Accomac guests of firs. Lewis. Mrs. Aimer Johnson and Little daughter Kathleen Are visiting her sick father at Onley this week. A mrs. Alice Finney and Little daughter Milicent of Craddockville Are visiting mrs. Bettie Finney this week. . And mrs. G. T. Tindall will make North Carolina their future Home. Capt. W. Cobb has purchased their dwelling. The Wachapreague High school team won in contest with Onley last Friday also in last three games with other teams. Mrs. Ellen Mears and mrs. Lola Phillips who have been quite sick for past two weeks Are improving we Are glad to report. Bishop Walter Lambuth gave a very interesting talk on a a brazils to a Large audience in m. E. Church South Here last thursday evening. . And mrs. Harry Edmonds of Hinton w. Va., Are Home on a visit to both of their parents. Mrs. Edmonds will spend some time Home. Miss Margie Reade who has been visiting her sister mrs. J. R. Britting Ham for past two weeks has returned to her Home at Harborton. The teachers and pupils of High school Are very Busy getting ready for commencement which will be held in auditorium some time in May. Date to be Given later. Cashville. Mrs. Caroline Moore quite ill at this writing mrs. Sallie Drummond returned from Baltimore monday. . Mathias very Busy this week delivering Berry crates through this Section. The members of Andrew Chapel will hold their annual fair july 4th. Big Day expected. A miss Earle Doughty her school having closed has returned to her Home at Pungoteague. Mrs. Margaret Bonniwell of Harborton and mrs. Robert Lewis of Hampton Are spending week at or. J. L. Bonnewell a. Those not Well acquainted with roads near and around Bonnewell a Corner had better signal for Pilot before venturing too far. . E. T. Mason called to a patient at this place a few Days ago was very much delayed owing to condition of roads. The people had to go to his Rescue twice. Hacks neck. Our school closed april 22d. . Frank Killmon has returned from visit to his daughter in Norfolk Hospital. . James Oustis and son Liebig were guests of mrs. Lonnie Hickman thursday. . W. Sparrow and Little grandson of deals Island Are visiting his daughter mrs. Fred Bennett. Rev. Mrs. James Beasley and children of Richmond of late have been guests of mrs. Willie Harris. Oxfords in popular shapes and leathers hosiery to match. J. Mills. New line of mens ladies and childrens shoes and oxfords at Scott a Parksley. We now have a Stock of shingles Cypress fencing and Locust posts. Martin amp Mason co., Harborton a. Partley. . Virgil s. Deitrick has returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond. Miss Pearl Perdue of Painter is visiting her grandparents or. And mrs. E. Parsons. Mrs. T. Hutchinson of Onley was a guest of her brother or. J. Oore a few Days ago. Mrs. J. Hopkins and mrs. U. T. Hopkins made a trip to Baltimore Early part of week. Messes. T. Mason and Harry Rew were in Baltimore on a business trip Early part of week. Judge Thomas b. Bond of los Angeles cal., 1b visiting his Nephew or. William t. Bond near Here. Rev. W. Thorburn Ozark left monday for Bayview to assist Rev w. 0. Foster in a meeting at Cape Oharles this week. . And mrs. W. J. Causey erf rape Charles were recent guests at Home of his parents or. And mrs. R. A. Causey. Mrs. A. K. Parsons and children Marie and Kathleen of Watha n. 0., guests of relatives Here recently Are now with friends at Salisbury my. Mrs. W. 8. Leake of Richmond Leader of Baptist Young women of state will be at Zion Church on saturday 29th., 2 30 of clock for purpose of organizing a Young woman society and Sunbeam band. She will also organize Young women of Parksley at Baptist Church at 5 30 of clock same Day. Mrs. Sarah Chandler widow of late Thomas b. Chandler died at Home of her daughter mrs. J. E. Frank Ayres near Leemont thursday 20th inst., aged 82 years. She was a most estimable Christian lady who had endeared herself to a Large Circle of friends. None spoke of her save to Praise. Funeral services were held Over her remains saturday morning at Ayres Church conducted by Rev. W. J. Twilley interment in Liberty cemetery Here. The pall bearers were her six grandsons. She leaves two daughters mrs. George 0. Watson and mrs. J. Frank Ayers. Greenback vile. . B. Pollitt is still on sick list. Marsh Birds Are putting in an appearance in this locality. . W. E. Ellis of late on sick list is now much improved. A few Days of Fine weather has made our Farmers look More cheerful. Miss Pearl Layton of Snow Hill md., was guest of miss Blanche Ellis sunday returning Home monday. Our fish trappers Are having a Good run of hard Heads and Are on go night and Day to keep their pounds a free. Ont town visitors last week or. J. E. Jenkins in Norfolk or. And mrs. Harry Collins or. And mrs. Henry Doughty in Berlin. Deaths. . David b. Taylor native of Accomac a Gallant Confederate Soldier and a prominent and successful merchant for years in City of Baltimore died monday in Staunton va., aged 70 years. was one of most esteemed and highly honoured citizens of his adopted Home and score s of friends in Accomac who knew him and esteemed him for his Many excellent traits of character learn with sincere sorrow of his death. His wife and a daughter survive him. Mrs. Leah a. Mears relict of late a. J. Mears a lady of most lovable Christian character highly esteemed by a Large Circle of relatives and friends died sunday night of neuralgia of heart at Home of her son or. A. W. Mears near Keller aged 74 years. After funeral services at Oak Grove methodist Church of which she was a member conducted by her pastor Rev. W. Day her body was Laid to rest in cemetery at that Church. Two sons a. W. And d. W. Mears and a daughter mrs. E. J. Smith survive her. U. Fleeting. The regular monthly meeting of Jefferson Davis chapter u. O., will be held at chapter rooms on wednesday May 3, at 8 a. This meeting will be one of much importance As Many matters relative to May 31st will be discussed. Therefore a full attendance of members of chapter is urgently requested. Mrs. J. Fletcher pres. missionary meeting. By request of entertaining auxiliary District missionary meeting will be held in Salisbury my. May 14th and 15th, instead of april 30th. Secretary. Sunday school inst Tate. Accomac Baptist association Bethel Church Accomac county va., May 6, 7, 1911. Lecturers. Prof. If. L. Middleton sunday school Secretary Raleigh n. O., prof. R. E. College Richmond a. Program. Saturday May 6. 10 00 a. �?devotional exercises. 10 30 a. �? sunday school graded or organized prof. E. L. Middleton. 11 15 a. conference. 11 30 a. �? teachers Opportunity prof. R. E. Gaines. 12 15 p. �?open conference. 12 30 p. �?adjourn for dinner. 2 00 p. �? superintendent and his co workers prof. E. L. Middleton. 2 46 p. �?open conference. 3 p. �? teachers personality prof. R. E. Gaines. 3 45 p. �?open conference. 4 00 p. �?adjournment. Sunday May 7. 10 00 a. exercises Reading of lesson and making records. 10 30 a. �? sunday school equipped prof e. L. Middleton. 11 15 a. �? teachers lesson preparation prof. R. E. Gaines. 12 00 for dinner. 2 00 p. a increasing membership holding membership prof. E. L. Middleton. 2 45 p. �?open conference. 3 00 p. �? teacher As a guide in Bible study prof. R. E. Gaines. 3 45 p. �?open conference. 4 00 p. �?adjournment. Sunday schools Are urged to Send their officers and teachers to this Institute. Thib is a rare Opportunity for our workers in Accomac association. Resolutions of respect. Resolutions offered by woman foreign missionary society of Zion Church. Whereas it has pleased god in his Wisdom to remove from us our beloved sister and co worker mrs. Alice Parks resolved 1. That in her death our society has lost a faithful and devoted member. 1 2. That we Bow in reverent submission to our father who doth All things Well knowing that our loss is her gain. 3. That we extend to husband our sympathy and Pray that god May guide him in ways of righteousness. 4. That these resolutions he recorded upon minutes of our society published in Peninsula Enterprise and a copy be sent to husband of our departed sister. Miss Ella Mason mrs. Lula Bull miss Rosa Wise committee. In nem Orlam. In Loving remembrance of my dear daughter Amanda e. Barnes who died one year ago to Day april 26, 1910. Gone but not forgotten. How sad were hours a and How lonely Day when to us came tidings that our child had passed away. So sudden was message and such a Shock it gave. Tongue can not express sorrow when you were Laid in grave. Why you were taken i can not Tell from your Little Ina you loved so Well but in future we must Pray that we will meet again some Day. Some times i try to be consoled and think that god knows Best but then tears begin to drop yet i think you Are at rest. The Winter storms Are Over Spring has come fresh and fair i will meekly Kneel beside her and Plant her Flowers there. Alas our Circle is broken parting has filled us with pain. But we hold As a glorious Token Bright Hope of meeting again. By her Mother and sister. Bloxom va., april 26, 1911. Hart Schaffner amp Marx also Michael Stern amp cons clothing Are our leaders. Try a suit on and you will like it. J. Mills. For Sweet potato com and grass fertilizers old Dominion goods if you want Best write or see p. 8. Stewart Onancock and his agents. Straw hats in soft and split braids also B. Stetson line. J. Mills. Write to us tor estimates on doors Sash blinds Star rails and All other kinds of building material hardware paints amp a. Stock Large prices Low or. R. L. Fletcher will be at Accomac court h. The first Day of every county court to receive orders for firm. Rape Charles ice and lumber co. Boys suits in Grey Tan and Blue Are very a Strong line this season prices from $2 to Flo size 3 to 18 years. J. Mills. We Are looking for 25th customer this season that wants a bicycle. Another Supply expected next week kind and Price responsible for number sold. Exclusive agents for Johnson and Standard. Bloxom Bros., Mappsville a. I business notices. Fob Sale at pm Tate contract As executors of last will and testament of George p. Parks and by virtue of Power conferred upon us by said will we hereby offer for Sale at private contract three 3 houses and lots in town of Onancock of which said George p. Parks died seized and possessed. All of these houses have been recently built and Are Well located. For further information address either of undersigned at Onancock. Oscar p. Parks Warner Ames executors. Fob Sale i have a Good work horse and three or four shoats for Sale for Cash. W. E. Mapp Onley a. Notice i hereby forewarn my wife Bessie Mears from slandering me or handling my name in any Way and furthermore that i pay no Bills unless i create them myself. Willie r. Mears Locustville a. Fob rent Fob year 1912�?two Seaside adjacent farms situated two Miles below Locustville and now occupied by or. Oom Eilus Watkinson and or. Jesse Chance. For terms apply to or. E. B. Finney Onancock a. Fob Sale one pair dark Bay Mare mules 6 years old weight 2,000 lbb., nicely mated in conformation and kindly disposed Well broken double and single. Reason for Selling am overstocked. We. Turlington of z., Melfa a. Fob Bales two wheel Pony cart cheap. J. Ayres. Accomac a. Fob Sale eight mares 4 to 6 years old weighing from 1,050 to 1,100 pounds also some Fine mules weighing from 1,050 to 1,200 pounds. The mules Are finest i have Ever seen on Shore. This Stock was bought so that i can sell right. W. B. Duncan Pocomoke City my. Notice All persons except tenants without my permission Are hereby forewarned from passing Over or trespassing in any Way on Oyster grounds on Floyd land leased by me under penalty of a prosecution. Thomas Booth. Money to loan on unencumbered real estate in Accomac county. Jno. Parsons atty., Accomac a. Fob Sale handsome Gray Chincoteague Pony five years old sound and gentle. Miss Lola Wescott Keller a. W anted bugeye or Skipjack carrying from 600 to 800 bushels of oysters. Write giving Price &o., to 0. T. Taylor Guilford a. Fob Sale one Knabe upright piano mahogany Case. The instrument b in first class condition. For inspection and terms apply to mrs. J. Hiden Pungoteague va.,or miss Mary b. Harmanson Boggs a. For Sale Tiger trans planters cheap for Cash. John d. Watts Parksley a. For Sale at pm Tate contract very valuable property in Village of Pungoteague now occupied and owned by Samuel s. Martin and wife. For further particulars see or address Warner Ames , Onancock a. Notice automobiles repaired by practical and competent Mechanic. We solicit you business. Virginia Auto of. Onancock a. Lame shoulder is nearly always due to rheumatism of Muscles and quickly yields to free application of chamberlains liniment. For Sale by All dealers. Lots Fob Sale at Legato station Oak Hau a. Jno. Parsons Accomac a. For Sale eggs for hatching purposes from my pure bred barred Plymouth rocks largest Strain. Unsurpassed for size and egg production. Beautiful yellow feet and beak. $1.00 per 15, $5.00 per 100. R. Young Ina Onley for Sale Strawberry plants 44 Money making varieties seed Corn asparagus roots. Stock is finest and largest i Ever had True to name. Write today for free bargain Plant Beed and poultry catalogue. It tells you facts and what to Plant for Best Success. 31 years in business. John w. Hall Marion station my. In cases of rheumatism Relief from pain make sleep and rest possible. This May be obtained by applying chamberlains liniment. For Sale by All dealers. Fob Sale an 80 fathom Seine ready for use and Good As new. Also five Rolls of Block wire. Apply to John f. Gillespie Mappsville a. Notice i am in poultry business at Onley All time and will pay Cash for All kinds at Market prices. Solomon Hargis. For Sale about $100,000 Worth of standing Timber principally Pine in counties of Accomac and Northampton a. This aggregation of Timber is made up of Between 25 and 30 tracts and comprises some of finest on Eastern Shore and on some of them there Are Large quantities of old growth heart also Large quantities of mine props and smaller Timber. They Are located both on n. P. Amp n. R. R. And on Chesapeake Side of Peninsula latter convenient for Barge service. Apply to f. A. Shield Exmore a. Fob Sale Indian runner ducks Best known layers in world eggs for hatching 50 cents per sitting. Thos. J. Custis Craddockville a. Fob Sale a pair of mules 12 years old weight 1,000 lbs. Have my Sod land All broken and have no further use for them. Will take a Good Young driving Mare in part payment for same. . J. W. Short Greenbackville a. Fob rent House and lot on Floyd Point Folly Creek leased by me of or. James g. Nock. Possession Given at once. Thomas Booth Daugherty a. Notice i have for Sale 25 sheep Well bred. Twin Stock. Ibo two Black and Tan Gyp pups. Will Exchange a Pup for a Good Shepherd dog. Geo. 0. Bonniwell phone no. 90g. Harborton a. Fob Sale a tract of Timber containing from 50 to 60 acres 2i to 3 Miles East of Legato station. Jno. Parsons atty., Accomac a. Virginia a at a meeting of Board of supervisors of county of Accomac held on 17th Day of april a. D., 1911. It appearing to Board that at a meeting of Board of supervisor held on 12th Day of december 1906, an order was entered pursuant to advice of attorney for Board permitting residents of this county to ship wild water fowl out of Thibo state and it now appearing to this Board that at time of entering order above referred to certain sections of code of Virginia had been left out in compiling same which said sections did not permit shipment of wild water fowl As aforesaid it is therefore ordered by Board that order entered on said 12th Day of december 1906, be and same hereby is rescinded. A copy Teste John d. Grant jr., 0. B. Virginia at a circuit court held for county of Accomac on 19th Day of april a 1911. In matter of payment and delivery of estate of John e. Hickman deceased to his Devisees without refunding Bonds being Given. motion of Samuel e. Hickman and Sallie p. Hickman two of Devisees of said John e. Hickman deceased by l. Floyd Nock their attorney it appearing to court that a report of transactions of l. Floyd Nock executor of personal estate of said John e. Hickman deceased and of debts and demands against said decedents estate has been filed in office of this court and it fur ther appearing to court that More than one year has elapsed since qualification of said executor a it is ordered that creditors of said decedent do show cause if any they can on 8th Day of next june term of this court against payment and delivery of estate of said decedent to his Devisees without refunding Bonds being Given by said Devisees and that a copy of this order shall be published once a week for four successive weeks in a Peninsula a newspaper published at Accomac o. H., a. A copy a Teste Jehu s. Grant jr., v. A Brilliant showing of easter millinery a at Ltd Ickinson a Quot Only difference Between Dickinson millinery and Best millinery obtainable elsewhere is Cost. A a Dickinson hats Are designed by Ablest millinery Talent and made of richest materials. Done to make a mistake if you want to dress Well at moderate Cost if Yon seek hats that show distinctive individuality cleverness and originality becoming hats that effectively heighten Charm of your face and figure see our display. Each Day there is something new shown Here. No matter where you have been or what you have seen Here san exhibition of hats that will prove a Gennine revelation. Best All prices Are wonderfully moderate. Call and see our easter display. W. Dickinson m son Pocomoke City a a Maryland. Leaders in dress goods notions carpets furniture millinery and China. For Young Man who wants snap and dash in their clothes yet refined tasteful and becoming styles. We offer americans Standard of fashion. Hart Schaffner amp Marx also Michael Stern amp cons clothes. These garments Are highest Type of tailoring and fabrics. Prices from $15 to $25. J. Mills. The Home of Good clothes. Spring buying can be made a pleasure by looking through our immense Stock for your wants. Dress cloths in All new shades weaves and patterns with trimmings to match each piece. Silks for waists and Dreb seb in foulard and Dessalines with mar Noisette in All shades for draping also Light shades of silk for evening dresses. In Wash goods department will be found lunettes Cotton Voil Holly Batiste Madras French Gingham a of axons and etc., in figured plaids dots stripes bordered and Plain shades. Complete line of ladies and children a oxfords. We made a third More tailored suits last March than in March of 1910, which was record year. There is a reason for this and one you should consider. A look through our lines prices and part record of satisfied customers will explain it. We Are also showing prettiest line of ready to Wear snits with hand tailored collars Button holes and shoulders and using Only Best Grade of trimming throughout prices from $12.50 to $25.00. Other Spring lines completed. Oxfords All leathers and lasts. Hats Stetson and Seal Brand. Shirts underwear and ties. R. L. Shield co. Furniture matting vacuum cleaners House furnishings. Millinery. We have added to our line a Large new and Complete assortment of millinery. Come and inspect our Stock make your selections for family and take them Home with you. We can also furnish you ladies and misses tailored suits made to your measure by Chas. A. Stevens amp Bros system. Fit guaranteed. Also ready to Wear garments. Our prices Low Quality unsurpassed style latest. Our Large line samples for menus made to order suits is Likely to Appeal to most varied taste and superiority of individual workmanship gives distinction to our clothes. W. Ames amp co., Pungoteague a. Notice to Farmers. We have constantly on hand for Sweet potatoes Tilghman a mixture a a by fish mixture Baughs special 10 per cent. Potash Baughs Sweet mixture and fish Bone and Potash double Eagle and Standard Bone for com. A full line of implements Riding cultivators plows harrows Straw Berry wagons heavy wagons buggies runabouts surveys Speed arts. We also have a Watson sprayer in 60 and 100 gallon tanks All brass fittings no rusting or corroding will Spray Orchards for blight or any crop where it can be moved about and May be readily converted into a hand sprayer. We Are also Headquarters for feed Washburn amp Oros Bys Best flour middling Gold medal flour All kinds Chicken feed Oats wheat screenings dry Mash which they say will make them Lay or bust meal cracked Corn Corn and Oats All bought in car lots. Prices Are right. Will take eggs chickens meat Corn in Exchange for goods. Cash not refused. Short amp Bloxom Bloxom a. A Dollar saved is a Dollar made. Having recently purchased at a bankrupt Sale about 500 pairs of shoes same is offered at Way Down prices cheaper than they can be bought at wholesale. We offer ladies shoes Worth $2.0� at 50 cents. We also carry a full line of building material of All kinds Viz Lime Cement hardware doors Sash blinds &c., also cooking and Coal Oil stoves Best in world flour at $5.25 per a full line of general merchandise. Come and get your share of bargains i have to offer. Be Ini g. Johnson Marsh Market a. Lloyd a it it Blaine druggists Pocomoke City my. A we May not be your nearest druggist but we try to come nearest to pleasing you will always find at our store a full line of everything carried in a first class drug store. In our other department you will find a Well selected Stock of fancy goods Cut Glass jewelry and silverware China and glassware. Sherwin Williams John Lucas co. And Felton Sibley co. Paints. Garden and Field seeds in season. Special attention Given to mail and phone orders. Lloyd amp Blaine Pocomoke City Maryland

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