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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - April 14, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Peninsula Enterprise John w. Edmonds. Editor and owner. Accomac court House. A. Entered at the Post office at Accomac o. Va., As second Clasa Mattor saturday May 6, 1911. A local news. Board of supervisors meet monday May 16th. Strawberry checks Are now being printed at this of Floe. If a grower let us have your order. Mrs. Lottie Garrison of Cape Charles is at Accomac 0. H., visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. George b. Ish of Portsmouth is at a com a in it. H., the guest of the family of her brother or. R. Oldham. Or. John Lilliston of Accomac o. H., returned saturday from a tri of Beveral Days to Baltimore am Washington. Or. And mrs. L. Tiffany of Baltimore arrived saturday for a sojourn of several weeks at their Home at it. Curtis. A game of Ball will be played on the High school grounds at Accomac 0. H., today 4 p. M., Between Accomac and Wachapreague teams. In the game of Ball at Accomac 0. On Friday Between the boys of Onancock and Accomac High schools the score was 9 to 5 in favor of the Home team. Or. John w. Ross student at Maryland University dental department returned Home saturday to spend the summer with his parents. Judge and mrs. Samuel t. Ross. Mrs Anna Browne accompanied by her daughter mibs Florence left tuesday for a visit of several month to her son Lieut. Beverly Browne u. S. A., fort Riley Kansas. Or. James t. Nock student of Baltimore College of dental surgery arrived Home thursday to spend his vacation with his parents or. And mrs. P. Nock Accomac o. Or. A. B. Dunaway will not fill his regular appointments at Drummond town and Onley tomorrow. will attend the sunday school Institute in session at Bethel Baptist Church. J. R. James amp Sony will sell at Public auction at Mappus track Keller va., on saturday May 13th, 2 of clock two very valuable Young horses. For particulars see advertisement in this Issue. \ the postmaster at Accomac 0. H., has been advised by the Post office department Washington d. C., the Post office at pastor a on account of the Rural free delivery will be discontinued May 31st. To the list of candidates in this paper is added in this Issue the names of Thomas o. Kelley and m. E. Duncan for commissioner of Revenue upper Parish and of Joseph l. Cooper for Justice of the peace for Lee District. The entertainment Given under the auspices of the ladies Aid society of the Drummond town Baptist Church Friday evening of last week was a big Success. The net proceeds $7100, will be used for parsonage improvements. A special term of the circuit court of Accomac will be held by judge c. W. Robertson of Newport news beginning May 15th, for the trial of Railroad and other cases in which judge Fletcher was employed while a practising attorney. Many new advertisements omitted this week will appear in next Issue. The supplement hereafter will be printed in both sides and this will enable us to accommodate All advertisers and to enlarge our space for local and other Reading matter. Hon. Carter Glass candidate for United states senator will address the voters at Eastville on monday May 8thcourt Day. is an attractive and forcible speaker. Every voter who wishes to vote right at democratic him. The literary society of the Pungoteague High school will hold their annual commencement on monday May 8, 1911, at 11 a. M.,and at night at 8 p. Rev. Charles Friend of Belle Haven will make the address before the graduating class. The Public is cordially invited to be present. An advertisement of Frank Hellerick amp co., commission merchants of Philadelphia appears in this Issue. The firm is a Good one wants the patronage of our shippers and can furnish references of scores of those on the Eastern Shore who have favored them with shipments that it will be to the interest of others of our Farmers to give them a trial. The medal offered by the Jefferson Davis chapter u. D. 0., to pupils of the High schools in the lower Palish for the Best essay on the life and character of general Robert e. Lee was unanimously awarded by the judges the pastors of the churches in Drummond town to miss Lucy Mears Ames Pupil of Pungoteague High school daughter of or. Samuel w. Ames. The essay of miss Bessie mister of Harborton High school was Given second place in Point of Merit. New advertisements in this Issue of the paper to which Especial attention is invited u. Q Sturgis and o. L Parker Ford automobile co. C a. Cropper Maxwell automobile co Frank Hellerick amp merchants E. Johnson agent for the heirs of valuable real estate at Public auction S. Mills clothing w. S. Dickinson amp Sony new Trebb fabrics bankrupt notices of a. Rubin and Andrew h. Revel Diamond state Telephone co Rew amp Rew order of publication Showell Oathel and wife is. Albert t. Sharpley and wife and others. Oscar p. Parks and Warner Ames executors of Geo. P. Parks deceased will sell at Public auction in the town of Onancock on saturday the 13th Day of May next beginning at 1 of clock p. M., All the personal property consisting of household and Kitchen furniture Iron Safe &c., amp of the said decedent. At 3 of clock of the Bame 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 the executor. 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 wood8,61.98 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 store new Church by E. Johnson agent for the heirs on saturday May 27th, 3 p. The farm and Timber will first be offered for Sale separately and afterwards As a whole and the Way in which they bring the highest Price will be considered the Sale. For full particulars see posters and the next Issue of this paper. Neighbourhood notes. Onancock. A line of motor cars will hereafter meet All trains at Tasley. Mrs. U. Franklin was a passenger on mondays Steamer for Baltimore. Miss Helen Redden of Sudlersville md., is the guest of mrs. J. Thomas Powell. The facings and trimmings of the National Bank building Are being painted. Mrs. R. T. Ames has As her House guest miss Georgia Anderson of Belle Haven. Mrs. J. Dinwiddle after a pleasant stay at Kerr place has returned to new York. Miss Sadie e. Fletcher is in Pool Moke the guest of her Cousin mrs. Thomas Hargis. Mrs. O. B. Look of Buffalo is spending the month of May with miss Manie e. Fosque. Or. And mrs. A. Nottingham Are receiving congratulations upon the birth of a son. Or. Edward Schultz is Home from Baltimore where he was operated upon for Mastoiditis. The Young folks at the High school Are getting up a drama for the Benefit of the base Ball team. Lybrand Thomas of Oyster a former resident of Onancock spent the week with John t. Robinson. Mrs. J. W. Massey after spending several Days with her sister mrs. Walter Rhodes has returned to Phoebus. Or. 0. R. Marsh has completed a building to be occupied As a Chilli Nery establishment on the North Side of Oheson Essex. Garland the Little son of or. L. F. Lewis was ill monday following an attack of measles. His condition since is satisfactory. Or. E. J. Taylor has finished a dwelling on deep greek for we. J. Rue and Bab contracted for another in the same neighbourhood for John t. Lewis. Miss e. Virginia Hopkins entertained a number of friends at her borne a Beechland a thursday evening. Dancing was the feature of the evening. The recital Given by miss Helen g. Joynes at the Bard Avon school of expression Baltimore Friday evening was highly complimented by the City press. The annual Spring examination for teachers was held by supt. Joynes at the High school thursday Friday and saturday. Fifteen teachers filed the required papers. Or. Oscar l. Powell and or. John w. Robertson operated upon or. J. Drummond Parkes for flesh tutors thursday. They removed Twenty. Or. Parkes is improving rapidly. Fire was discovered in the Woods of Jas. J. Chandler on deep Creek tuesday and rapidly spread Over about thirty acres. The principal loss is in Timber and that cannot now be ascertained. The injuries of miss Hazel Hart who was acc Dently thrown from a Wagon at the Ball game in Accomac Friday were not serious. She was Able to attend classes at the Normal school monday. The game of baseball Between the town boys and High school boys monday afternoon was considered by Many to have been the Best of the season. The score was 4 to 3 in favor of the school team. Belvin Killmon aged 17 years son of Leroy Killmon of Tasley died of Brights a disease at his fathers res Dence monday night. Funeral services were held wednesday afternoon in the m. P. Church and burial was made in it. Holly cemetery. Activity still continues around the wharves. An extra Steamer with freight came in tuesday morning. The schooners Chesapeake and Dorchester loaded Coal. The schooners Hattie Washington and loaded lumber for Northern ports. Several transactions in horses occurred during the week. Among the sales was a Fine roadster to win. E. Bell and another to John t. Bundick by s. J. Twilley of Pocomoke City a bursar jr., Colt with Promise of Speed to we. R. Justis by J. Oliver of Accomac. A Small boat loaded with lumber and laths in which or. D. D. Fletcher was crossing Onancock Creek thursday capsized in the Channel and the Anchor falling out she was prevented trom Drifting. Or. Fletcher Clung to the Bottom until a coloured boy who Baw the Accident from the Shore secured another boat and rescued him. James w. Cobb died saturday night following a protracted illness aged 61 years. Funeral service for him was held in the Baptist Church tuesday afternoon and burial was in Onancock cemetery Rev. J. W. Hundley an old pastor and the Friend of Many years read the scripture lessons and paid feeling tribute to his memory. A widow and adopted son Charles w. Johnson survive. The pall bearers were Active James 0. Lewis e. J. Taylor g. 8. Walter o. P. Parks , e. B. Waples jr., we. B. Pitts and Jas. A. Watson. Honorary Sam t. Waples Thos. E. Fletcher Spencer f. Rogers and John s. Waples. Chincoteague. From 60 to 100 barrel of fish Are being shipped from this Point weekly . Tarr Forth last 6 years a resident of Philadelphia is Here visiting friends. Our postmaster has received orders to weigh ail mail matter this month and keep an account of same. Our Cornet band has been engaged to play at Stockton High school commencement the evening of 26th. Mrs. Josephine Scora is a Delegate to the Royal knights convention in session at Denver Colorado this week. Or. L. R. Bennett of Norfolk was Here this week arranging to bring his open air minstrel How Here in a few weeks. Mrs. Henry Davis accompanied by her husband is at Atlantic City As a Delegate to convention of daughters of America. Or. Wesley of our leading merchants and miss Celina Jones the charming daughter of another leading merchant or. O. Jones were married april 28th. Among the visitors Here this week were or. W. Pruitt Deputy treasurer or. W. T. Wright commissioner of Revenue or. F. E Ruediger county Surveyor and B. Wrightson. Mrs. J. E. Matthews is Home from visit during the Winter to her daughter in Maryland or. Clarence Feddeman is in Baltimore on a business trip miss Mattie Rowley is visiting friends in Philadelphia. Rev. E. T. Liddell a former pastor of Union Baptist Church spent a few Days on the Island recently and during his stay preached two Able sermons which were greatly enjoyed by the Large congregations that filled the edifice. A movement is on foot to raise the balance of the Church debt $1,200, also to renovate and beautify the Buelah Chapel. A most pleasing spiritual interest pervades the Church. New additions to the membership every sunday during the past two months. Arrivals at Atlantic hotel this week Allen t. Selby r. V. Gladding Wra. Whitehall r. P. Webster e. Brown g. R Harrison s. F. Wells f. W. Byrd w. E. Wise Baltimore w. E. Virgo Philadelphia a. B. Mills Washington d. O. B. W. Carroll North port l. I. E. Quillen Berlin Russell Hayman Pococke Oitt B. Lord c. E. Allen sea Ford g. E. Kennerly Salisbury m. E. Belby Clarence Powell Wilmington Oscar Boston Snow Hill W. Stockley Newport news l. R. Bennett Norfolk. Parksley. Mrs. E. G. Evans of Harborton is a guest at the Home of . Chandler. Or. D. Johnson is having a Kitchen addition built to his dwelling on Bennett Street. A or. V. S. Deitrick who has been unwell the last few weeks is now in Richmond for treatment. Mrs. Alice Hall and Nephew master Morris Timmons who spent the Winter with relatives in Maryland have returned Home. Mrs. W. S. Leake supt. Of the Young women a society of the general Baptist association organized local societies at Zion and Parksley churches last saturday. A . and daughter miss Evelyn of Kiowa Kansas arrived thursday night to be present with their relative or. E. Pate who has been seriously ill for several Days. Mrs. E. J. Gregory of fort Mitchell and miss Edna Gregory of Mecklenburg county teacher at Willis wharf the part session Are. Now visiting the family of Rev. Thorium Clark. The John Brown pipe Organ co., of Wilmington dei., is installing a two enamel pipe Organ in the new m. P. Church Here to Oost $1260.00. Or. Andrew Oam Egie donates one half the Cost. Or. Charles w. Purnell optometrist of Cambridge md., will be at or. Sledge s drug store Friday May j 19th. Morning Only. Eye troubles carefully looked after glasses pre scribed and furnished when Neces sary. A i mrs. Virgie Budd wife of Jame Budd died in a Hospital in Norfolk Friday of last week aged 25 years. Funeral services were held at Zion Church sunday conducted by her pastor Rev. Thorium Clark interment in Parksley cemetery. The Parksley athletic association reorganized at a meeting held the Early part of the week and elected the Folio Wing officers h. T. Mason res. E. Colons vice pres. J. Harry new Sec. And treas. W. N. Mason manager r. L. Parks Abst. Manager T. Ewell Harry Rew e. Colons o. P. Piatt h. J. Barnes a t. Scott and h. B. Ball directors. Engagement announced. On monday at the country club miss Maude Flippen entertained at a beautifully appointed luncheon during the course of which was announce Irby Betty laughter of Rev l. B. A. E. Conference South is Onley. Or. John c Core is on the sick list this week. Or. Ernest Taylor spent part of the week in Richmond. The l. T. L�?Ts., will meet at Baptist Church next sunday night. The first shipment of radishes this season from our station was made on May 1st. Or. A Savage of the firm of Savage amp Ames is in the West on a business trip. Miss Lola Bull after a Short visit to her parents has returned to Peabody Institute Baltimore. Or. James f. Parks confined to his Home of late with a severe attack of mumps is out again. Visitors in town this week mrs. Rennie Stevenson of amp be Charles or. Denny of Philadelphia. A delightful reception in Honor of mrs. Leake of Richmond on the evening of May 2d., by mrs. Lee Hutchinson at her Home. Or. Howard Beachboard of this place is an artist with the Whitewash Brush. The Job of whitewashing done by him this week on his premises proves it. The skating rink of or. Hob East is a popular resort for the Young people and some of the old ones. It is now open every afternoon and night except sunday. Jenkins Bridge. Miss Sadie e. Fletcher of Onan Cook has been visiting Here recently. Mrs. N. F. Taylor and daughter Margaret Are at mrs. T. B. Corbins. Mrs. Frank Fletcher has returned from Norfolk and Hampton where she attended the u. D. Convention. Master Foster Fletcher is spending several weeks with his grand parents or. And mrs. S. D. Fletcher of Cape Charles. A recent marriage of much interest to this Community was that of miss Nora Mason to or. Harry Wessells on easter sunday. Rev. Or. Benton of Norfolk will conduct services at this place next sunday. At a later Date a student from the theological Seminary is expected to take charge of Emmanuel Church for the summer. Greenbackville. Or. J. W. Short and or. Geo. Ellis attended mule Sale at Snow Hill on saturday. Or. And mrs. F. Ward will make Cape Charles their future Home. R. J. Ross has purchased their dwelling. Mrs. T. Hancock and or. Knight Hudson attended funeral of miss Minnie Fletcher at Portersville md., last week. Miss Salenia Jones and or. Wesley Bodley were married at Maryland line on Friday evening april 28th., by Rev. W. A. Miller. A Quot visitors this week messes. W. Pruitt,jr., of Temperanceville w. T. Wright of Pastoria Jas. T. Young Pocomoke City or. And mrs. J. Frank Payne Bloxom. Out of town mrs. E. Selby at Parksley or. John a. Selby at Delmar. Hears. Or. 0. A. Phillips left this week for Salisbury. Or. L. new Church was with us on wednesday. Mrs. James Wessells is visiting parents and friends at Pocomoke City. Another visit of the Stork recently makes or. I. J. Wooten a very Happy Man. A our new minister Rev. Or. Kirby preached his first Sermon at Shiloh sunday last. Howard Hughes and Dewey Marshall have accepted positions in lower Northampton. Or. And mrs. Harry Taylor of Oak Hall spent sunday with her parents at this place. Strawberry crop will probably be i Ood in this Section but two weeks Ater than usual or. A Savader Chase of Poulson was attacked and badly bitten by a Bull dog on the Highway last week. Or. L. Phase the owner of our fast horse a a Bucko a is still willing to Trot or. E. T. Somers mile heats for a purse of $100.00. Speed is All that is necessary. Menus silk hosiery from 25c. To $1.50 per pair. J. S. Mills. Just received a full line of screen doors window screens screen Sticks and wire prices Low. Ashby amp Hickman. Summer underwear in athletic or Short sleeves with knee or full length pan it. Also sleeping garments and a Mas. J S. Mills. Harborton. Mrs. E. G. Evans after severe illness is out on the streets again. Mrs. 3 g. Clifford has moved into her summer residence at Reidville my. Mrs. We. Adams returned tuesday from a Short visit to friends in Norfolk. Or. J. Taylor our enterprising merchant has put in an up to Date soda Fountain. Or. Coley Hutchinson is building a Large addition to his barrel factory also enlarging on his office getting ready for the summer Rush. A new building is going up at the Corner of main st. And Hacks neck Road which will be occupied by or. Locke As a Boot and shoe factory. Or. Fawcett Dize has resigned his position with the n. Y.,p. Amp n. , at Salisbury to accept a better one with or. J. Chandler of Exmore a. Or. Jas. Lennen owner and or. the menhaden Oil amp guano co., left on tuesdays boat for Baltimore to look after the interests of that firm in that City. Sunday May 7, will be observed As a mothers Day in the methodist Church Here. Sermon will be preached by the Rev. W. L. Murphy. The improved order of red men of thib town will attend in a body. All Brothers Are cordially invited to attend and meet at the Hall at 2 30 p. __ Wachapreague. Or. W. P. Goffigon has returned from a visit the Cape Charles. Mrs. Lee James and mrs. Alice mis ter Are on the sick list this week. Our High school boys won in games with Mella and Quinby last week. Mrs. Rachel Johnson is visiting her son Rosser in upshure neck this week. Mrs. Effie mister and Little son Hilton have returned from a visit at Onley miss Anna Goffigon from Nan Dua. Or. John a. Goffigon of Norfolk and mrs. Sudie Eichelberger of Exmore were guests of mrs. F. J. Goffigon last week. Mrs. E. Brittingham left Friday of last week for Baltimore to spend two weeks with her daughter mrs. Geo. Davis. The w. F. Missionary society met at the Home of mrs. Euda Harmon tuesday evening. After devotional exercises refreshments were served. Announcements were received Here this week that Rev. S. Otto Wright a former pastor of this place and mrs. Anne l. Wallace of Baltimore were married in that City last saturday. It is warm enough to Wear Straw hats and we have the line in soft or split braids. J. S. Mills. For Sweet potato Corn and grass fertilizers old Dominion goods if you want the Best write or see p. S. Stewart Onancock and his agents. Mapps Burg. W edding Bells will soon be ringing in this Vicinity. Mrs. S. Fleming is visiting mrs. James Walkley at Belle Haven. Or. W. B. Mapp is remodelling Hub Home and furnishing it with heat. Or. E. Wescott left last week for North Carolina for the purpose of purchasing a Home there. Susie Little daughter of or. And mrs. J. A. Eichelberger who Hab been ill we Are glad to report much improved. A or. And mrs. Edward Downing and daughter Ethel spent sunday with their parents or. And mrs. Clay Johnson at Willis wharf. Quinby. Or. S. Grady Corbin is in Baltimore working for a piano company. Miss Sallie Legato of Belle Haven is visiting her sister mrs. O. D. Eichelberger. Our folks Are beginning to get Busy planting Corn and putting out Sweet potato sprouts. Or. Edward Powell who has suffered with asthma for quite awhile died monday May 1. Funeral at Smiths Chapel conducted by his pastor Rev. J. A Peters the following Day. leaves a widow and 8 children to mourn their loss. The engagement of miss Catherine. A Betty of a. 1 to Lee Ames of new Yorki formerly of Accomac county a. The dining room was made attractive with Spring blossoms and a most cheerful glow wbb shed Over the scene by a big log fire. The twelve guests were seated around one Large table beautifully adorned with vases of tulips lilies of the Valley and Pink at each place were two Dainty hand painted cards of heart shape on a place card the other bearing the suggestions of a fitting Toast. In the Center of the table on an elaborate lace Center piece was a Large heart around which the smaller ones were built up in the order of the toasts. This constituting an unique feature of the luncheon. Toasts on Joy happiness ambition obedience love peace curtain lectures sympathy and Faith interspersed Between courses causing much merriment in their Clever applications. A Beautiful Toast to the Bride was Given by miss Flippen to which miss Betty made a particular Clever and enjoyable response after which she placed in position the last heart bearing the Date of the wedding. The whole then formed one Large heart As a pleasing enter piece a closing Toast to the Groom was most aptly Given by miss Janie Howard. For several years. Miss Betty has been a popular teacher at the ran Dolph Macon Institute. Her Many friends in Danville will regret her departure from the City. The welding is to take place late in Register april 30. Withdrawal of candidate. After considering the matter i find to make a thorough canvass of the county would interfere with my business interests and for that reason i have decided to withdraw from the contest for. Commissioner of Revenue. I thank my Many friends for the assurances Given. Yours very truly S. Deitrick. Notice i hereby forewarn anyone from dumping refuse or otherwise trespassing on my cleared or Woodland under full penalty of the Law. Jas. G. Downing. Wanted two Good steady Timber outters permanent wages Home furnished if have families Good wages. A. J. Lilliston Accomac a. Notice a very Large Light red cow came to my Home april 7. Owner will please Call pay charges and take away. J. Savage Craddockville a. Fob Sale five Hundred thousand 600,000 Cylinder sawed barrel Staves equalized and crazed and All kinds of building material. E. Kelley new Church a. Choice and select line of China and japanese matting also 9x12 matting rugs at S. Scott a Parksley. We have the largest and most up to Date Stock of oxfords for men women and children we have Ever shown. Styles and prices right. Ibo full Stock matting and matting drug gets and Beautiful patterns. Bloxom Bros. Write to us for anything in the building material and hardware line and you will get the right Price. Vuey building amp Supply Coonley a business notices. Speed at Public auction we will sell at Public auction on saturday May 13th, 1911, at two 2 of clock at Mappus track at Keller va., Little Jack by Jack Brereton. Princess Louise by Sidney Prince 1st dam Little Betz. Also sulky and boots. Little Jack is a 5 year old Trotter and will make a Speed exhibit on Day of Sale. Princess Louise is a 3 year old double gaited with Speed prob pets. Terms made known on Day of Sale. J. R. James amp sons. Notice i hereby forewarn anyone from dumping refuse or otherwise trespassing on my cleared or Woodland under full penalty of the Law. Mrs. Jennie Quot f. Mears Keller a. For Sale cockers prolific selected seed Corn. $2.00 Bushel. Ashton Fletcher Jenkins Bridge. Sick headache results from a disordered condition of the stomach and can be cured by the use of Chambe lain a stomach and liver tablets. Try it. For Sale by All dealers. A notice will sell at a bargain to immediate purchaser 2 passenger 4 Cylinder automobile fully equipped with top wind shield Gas Light Etc in Fine condition. Has been used but very Little. Reason for Selling going to Bay 5 passenger car. Address y., care of Enterprise. For Sale Skipjack carrying 200 bushels of oysters in which engine can be readily placed and changed into gasoline boat. Price reasonable. For terms see or write to h. Ellis Greenbackville a. For Sale i have a Good work horse and three or four shoats for Sale for Cash. W. E. Mapp Onley a. Notice-1 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. Money to loan on unencumbered real estate in Accomac county. Jno. S. Parsons atty., Accomac a. For Sale handsome Gray Chincoteague Pony five years old sound and gentle miss Lola Wescott Keller a. For 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 the finest i have Ever seen on the Shore. This Stock was bought so that i can sell right. W. B. Duncan Pocomoke City my. For Sale at private contract As executors of the last will and testament of George p. Parks and by virtue of Power conferred upon us by said will be hereby offer for Sale at private contract the three 3 houses and lots in the town of Onancock of which the said George p. Parks died seized and possessed. Ail of these houses have been recently built and Are Well located. For farther information address either of the undersigned at Onancock. Oscar p. Parks Warner Ames executors for rent for year 19i2�?two Seaside adjacent farms situated two Miles below Locustville and now occupied by or. Oom Eilus Watkinson and or. Tjebbe Chance. For terms apply to or. E. B. Finney Onancock a. Notice i have two farms of 111 i will be at Atlantic for the prac and 175 acres respectively in Good tace of my profession on thursday Btu the of cultivation situated Between and Friday May 11 and 12, 1911. Leoate and new Church station and or. W. A. Taylor offer for Sale at private contract one dentist. Or both. Terms reasonable. See or write for particulars to children Swash suits in russian or t. D. Martin Sailor Blouse 60c. To $2.50. I Miona a. A birthday party. Or. And mrs. Jab. A. Killman of Nashville entertained Friday evening april 28th., 1911, in Honor of their son Frank which celebrated his 21st birthday. A very Large crowd was present. The guests were or. And mrs. Henry Killmon or. Arthur Killmon misses Manie Scott Manie Sadie and Elba Chandler Monnie and Bessie Oustis Pearl Reade Elizabeth Moore Nellie and Annie Bennett Ruth Elizabeth Nelda and Olive Killmon messes. Jamas Scott Mitchel Sparrow Wesley Reade Fletcher and Norman Guy i Henry Oustis Ray Peters Buren Crockett Reamy Kellam Booker Dolly Willie Cecil Frank Winfield and Charlie Killmon and Boggs Bennett. Refreshments were served i music and games were much enjoyed by All the guests left at a late hour All reporting a delightful evening and hoping to meet again. Guest. A very Nobby line of boys and children a suits size 3 to 18 years Cost from $2 to $10. J. S. Mills. Bargains in Jap matting. We have a lot of two tone Jap. Matting Worth 25c. To 28c., will sell for $8.60 per Roll of 40 Yards. Ashby amp Hickman. Notice houses moved and retired and new work done by the undersigned at any Points in Accomac and Northampton by Day or contract. Prompt attention Given to All Calls by letter or phone at my House. Jno. R. Outen amp son contractors and builders Onancock a. Notice houses moved by Day or contract at any Point in Accomac or Northampton on reasonable terms by the undersigned. Prompt attention Given to All Calls by letter or phone at my Home. G. T. Groton Parksley a. Notice houses moved by Day or contract on reasonable terms and satisfaction guaranteed. James Hartman Locustville a. Phone in House. Notice having had six years experience with All the latest implements for pulling stumps preparing new ground and moving houses i now offer my services to the people of Accomac and Northampton counties by Day or contract strict attention Given to All business. G. Gravenor Rue a. For Sale one pair dark Bay Mare mules 6 years old weight 2,000 lbs., nicely mated in conformation and kindly disposed Well Bro Cen double and single. Reason for Belling am overstocked. We. Turlington of z., Melfa a. For Hale two wheel Pony cart cheap. J. Ayres. Accomac a. Notice automobiles repaired by practical and competent Mechanic. We solicit you business. Virginia Auto go. Onancock a. Lots for Sale at Legato station Oak Hall a. Jno. S. Parsons Accomac a. For Sale eggs for hatching purposes from my pure bred barred Plymouth rocks largest Strain. Unsurpassed for Bize and egg production Beautiful yellow feet and beak. $1.00 per 15, $5.00 per 100. R. S. Youni Onley for Sale Strawberry plants 44 Money making varieties seed Corn asparagus roots. Stock is the finest and largest i Ever had True to name. Write today for free bargain Plant seed and poultry catalogue t tells you facts and what to Plant for Best Success. 31 years in business. John w. Hall Marion station my. Notice i am in the poultry business at Onley All the 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 the counties of Accomac and Northampton a. This aggregation of Timber is made up of Between 25 and 30 tracts and comprises some of the finest on the 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 the n. P. Amp n. R. R. And on the Chesapeake Side of the Peninsula the latter convenient for Barge service. Apply to f. A. Shield Exmore. A. For Sale Indian runner ducks Best known layers in the world eggs for hatching 50 cents per sitting. Thos. J. Custis Craddockville a. For Sale a tract of Timber containing from 50 to 60 acres 24 to 3 Miles East of Legato station. Jno. S. Parsons atty., Accomac a millinery notice. Mrs. Kate Twyford at her old stand near w. T. Winders store Onancock Virginia. Just returned from the City with a full line of Spring millinery. Novelties Many specialities. Your patronage solicited. Spring goods when you come to Onancock top at my store that is the place to buy Spring shoes. Have a full line in Dolly Madison in All styles Pomps from $1.25 to $3.50, High tops from $1.50 to $4. General merchandise big line consisting of dress Ging bams from 8 to 25 cents Lai Lieby Muslin underwear at ail prices big line of ladies White dress goods sheeting ready made sheets and Pillow cases matting rags &e., China from cheap to Fine imported. And done to forget we Are the meat people As we have a big refrigerator and carry a line of the Best fresh meats at All times. Home and give is a trial. A yours for business s. J. Bull. Oor. Hill and main streets Onancock a. A a striking display of Correct new dress fabrics for summer 1911 consisting of foulard Mesa lines French Gingham linens. No woman a wardrobe is Complete without at least one foulard dress one evening dress of Messaline a French Gingham for Street Wear and a Pongee Linen snit. Our assortment of these materials this season comprises practically every desirable Shade at prices unusually reasonable a bordered lawns the Vogue. One of the prettiest most desirable fabrics of the season is presented in these bordered lawns Batiste and of axons. Prices Range from 15c. To 35c. Per Yard. Special lot of bordered Al Axon regular 18c. Quality now Selling at i5c. Per Yard. We invite you to Call to Morrow the Day after or As soon As you can and examine at your Leisure our splendid assortment of Dainty and inexpensive summer materials. W. S. Dickinson # son Pocomoke City a a Maryland. Every time you buy an Ordinary suit you take a big Chance of disappointment. Every time you buy a Hart Schaffner amp Marx or Michael amp cons suit you get the fabric you want at the Price you want to pay. Glet us show you these clothes As they will please you. Price from $12.50 to $22.50. J. S. Mills Onancock a. Spring buying can be made a pleasure by looking through our immense Stock for your wants. Dress cloths in All the new shades weaves and patterns with trimmings to match each piece. Silks for waists and dresses in foulard and Dessalines with mar Noisette in All shades for draping also Light shades of silk for evening dresses. In the 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 the record year. There is a reason for this and one Yon should consider. A look through our lines prices and past record of satisfied customers will explain it. We Are also showing the prettiest line of ready to Wear suits with hand tailored collars Button holes and shoulders and using Only the debt Grade of trimming throughout prices from $12.60 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. Models for every purse. You can own an automobile. You can afford to run one a if you but banish that old thought of the High Cost of maintenance and Stop to figure it out. For Maxwell automobiles have revolutionized the entire motor car building Industry. Seven Maxwell models afford a Range of Choice and Low first Cost to suit every fancy and pocketbook. While the Cost of up keep has been reduced so astonishingly As to make Automo Biling pleasures cheaper than Ordinary enjoyments. Unfailing reliability unequalled mechanical simplicity unusual durability and the most Beautiful lines distinguish every a 191 1 from runabout to touring car each Maxwell stands for composite perfection. Each possesses an abundance of Power and Speed. And each is bigger stronger and More reliable than any other automobile in its class. We want you to know More about maxwells the. Records they have established and the satisfaction they Are giving to their 41,000 owners. We want to talk More to you about their Economy and show you the proofs. Come and see the Maxwell and have us demonstrate it to you. Send for 1911 catalogue. Just say a email Book a $600 to $1400 2 to 5-passengers 16 to 30 horse Power. A. Cropper Onancock a. Lloyd a amp it Blaine druggists Pocomoke City my. A we May not be your nearest druggist but we try to come the 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 Felten Sibley be. Paints. Garden and Field seeds in season. Special attention Given to mail . Lloyd amp Blaine Pocomoke City Maryland

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