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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - April 21, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Peninsula a Enterprise John w. Edmonds. Editor and owner. 4cjoomao court House a. Entered at the Post office at Accomac Va., As s eco us class matter saturday May 13, 1911. Local news. Board of supervisors meet monday May 15th. Mrs. J. Greene formerly of Accomac 0. H., now of Beu have was in Tow several Days last we6k, visiting old friends. J. R. James amp sons 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. 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. Hon. Carter Glass candidate for the United states Senate will address the voters of Accomac at Accomac 0. H., on monday june 5th., court Day and at some other place in the county to be selected later on saturday before court Day. Or. E. W. Polk merchant tailor of Pocomoke City Bas discontinued his business at that place and accepted a position As representative of Kem Pei amp Armiger Baltimore on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia and other Points in the South. One of the social events of the season was a dance Given by the Young men of Pungoteague tuesday evening. The Ball room was artistically decorated with Palms and Bunting. The music was furnished by sterlings orchestra. Many out of town guests were there. On to Morrow sunday millions of men women children throughout the world will unite in honouring the mothers of the world for this is the Day that has been set aside As mothers Day. If you cannot get the chosen Emblem a White Carnation some other White Flower can be worn in honouring the mothers. The trainers at the Tasley track messes. Finney Nitze Bull and Taylor have More than thirty horses for handling. A number Are from a distance among them Grant Beadle belonging to or. Marlin Mosher of Baltimore. To be near his horse or. Masheris at the Home of Ivl. Chandler where he expects to remain until after the fair. The Corner Stone of Grant memorial methodist protestant Church Tasley va., will be Laid with impressive ceremonies in the afternoon of tuesday june 6th, next. An address appropriate to the occasion will be delivered by Rev. G. Layton pastor of Parksley m. P. Church a program with full particulars will appear in later issues of this paper. A competitive examination under the rules of the u. 8. Civil service commission will be held in the High school building at Accomac 0. H., to Day 13th, to be conducted by or. Jno. W Berry postmaster at Accomac for the position of Rural letter carriers from Accomac p. O., and other Points in the county. Eight applicants will be examined on the Day. In a game of base Ball Between Accomac and w Acha Pregane teams on the Diamond of the former at the High school grounds on saturday 6th., the Home team won by a score of 18 to 6. In the return game at Wachapreague Between the teams on tuesday the score was 13 to 10 in favor of Wachapreague. The third of the series will be played at Accomac 0. H., at an Early checks in Large quantities Good tor a life time Are now by ing printed daily at this office and All orders for same will have prompt attention every Day next week. If a grower of strawberries and in need of checks let us have your order. Base Ball posters cheaper than they can be written if your time is Worth anything also a specially at this office. Orders fled and return made by first mail. The closing exercises of Accomac High school will be held May 24, 25 and 26, with an entertainment by the primary grades and music class the first evening musical and delivery of the medal for proficiency in music by Hon. Jno. S. Mcmaster of new Jersey the second evening delivery of diplomas and promotion certificates by supt. G. G. Joynes and an address by president f. W. Boadwright of Richmond College the third evening. New advertisements in this Issue to to which Especial attention is invited i. Merrill co special Blue Serge suits r. L. Shield co furnishings for House porch and Lawn s. W. Ames amp co new clean fresh Stock Eastern Shore produce Exchange g. Riven Burg amp co., Geo. W. Tull amp co., Clifton amp Woodland co commission merchants g. W. Covington buggies and harness r. L. Colona bricklayer and plasterer Rew amp Rew order of a publication William l. Bloxom is. A. Guy Kelley Page engineering co Oriole Marine engine. 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 Quot the personal property consisting of household and Kitchen furniture Iron Safe &c., amp a. Of the said decedent. At 3 of clock of the 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 the executors. Robert l. Shield and Frank a. Shield executors of John t. Shield deceased will Bell at Public auction to the Quot highest bidder in front of the storehouse of we. B. Shield at Shields Accomac county,va.,on saturday june 3d,next, at 3 of clock p.m., the very valuable real estate of which the said John t. Shield died seized and possessed. This property has been subdivided into two farms one of which contains by actual 9urvey 97 acres and the other of which contains 53 acres More or less. For further information see the Baid executors or posters advertising the Bald Sale. The real estate of which w. J. Johnson of j., died seized and possessed containing by actual Survey 177.75 acres ,115.75acresofwoods,s1.98 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 Agen forthe 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 notes. Onancock. Mrs. E. B. Finney is in new York visiting her sister mrs. Bowdoin. The Weir Point Shell Floh company commenced shipping soft crabs thursday. Miss Virginia Jacob of Montana is the guest of misses Elizabeth and Lucy Wise. Mrs. E. J. Belote has her Sisters mrs. Gaskins and mrs. Lewis of Exmore As guests. Master Vernon Evans entertained quite a number of his Young friends Friday evening. Or. James i. Lewis was called to Philadelphia tuesday by the illness of his son Larson. Or. E. C. Briggnman of Baltimore was in town wednesday looking for a location for a bakery. Or. R. T. Motley division manager of the Singer machine company was in town wednesday. Mrs. E. F. Warren returned saturday from Baltimore where she spent several weeks with relatives. Or. And mrs. Otho l. Parker spent monday in Cape Oharles the guests of opt. Spencer d. Fletcher. V or. J. Ernest Johnson of new Church with a party of friends was in town sunday enjoying a motor oar. Miss Helen Warren of the e. S. Produce Exchange is spending her vacation of ten Days with relatives in Norfolk. Rev. J. 0. Hornick has returned from Westover where he was called to conduct the funeral services for a former parishioner. Or. John w. West has sold Charley Saunders the noted pacer to Parks and opt. Finney a Fine Trotter to Vibart b. Chandler. A drama entitled Hunters Comers will be Given by the Yonng folks of the High school in the town Hall tuesday evening next popular prices. The Ford Auto company is fitting up a part of the Northam building on main Street As a garage. A new roadster was added to their Stock wednesday. The Schooner Annie May capt. Wise loaded a cargo of shells for the roads near the corporation limits and the schooners William and John loaded with lumber. Or. R. E. Latham of the Diamond state Telephone co., and miss de Barry Wallace were quietly married in Pocomoke City tuesday. They will reside Here. The Onancock and Accomac High school teams played the last game of the series on the Margaret Academy grounds Friday afternoon. The Home boys won. Score 9 to 2. General manager Chandler and Secretary shield of the Farmers Mutual Exchange addressed a Large gathering of Farmers at the town Hall saturday afternoon. Several members of Chesapeake Lodge of masons went to Eastville Friday afternoon in an Auto and at night attended Northampton Lodge. Work was in the third degree. Messes. Elliott Brothers of Pocomoke City have rented the wharf and building thereon near the Steamer piers of opt. Jno. P. L. Hopkins for the establishment of a Wood and Iron factory. The directors of the Onancock cemetery company at their annual meeting tuesday declared a dividend of five dollars per share. The old officers were re elected. It was determined to hereafter the president a salary. The town sergeant has Cut Down a number of old Trees on the parsonage lot of the m. E. Church Aud on the adjoining property of mrs. A. 0. Hopkins. This has enabled him to Widen the Street and to otherwise shape up and improve conditions. At the Public d Bate to a Quot held at commencement misses Maud Parker and Ella Taylor of the Washington society will take the affirmative and miss Catherine Tignall and John m. Hornick the negative Side of the subject a resolved that a country boy has More advantages than a City miss Idelle Mcneal accompanied by her aunt mrs. E. B. Parker left monday for Milford del., where she was sponsor at the launching of a Large fishing Steamer belonging to her father. Miss Mcneal lines at Fairport va., but has attended the Onancock High school for three years. Or. Sewell w. Mears accompanied by his son Frederick went to Baltimore monday in search of farm hands. They returned wednesday bringing two White men whom they engaged without difficulty at a figure much below the prices being paid Here. Many others asked to be employed and offered to come with them. Miss Mildred Walter of Onley a member of the Jefferson society of the High school and miss Ruth m. Nottingham of the Washington society have been selected to represent the woman a foreign missionary society of the m. E. Church South for the Virginia Eastern Shore at the Public debate to be held at Salisbury md., june 8th. They will have the affirmative Side of the subject a resolved that the work of native missionary is More effective than that of a foreign missionary. Chen Oteague. Or. Wesley Bodley and miss Cynthia Jones were married last week. Parksley and Chincoteague High school teams will Cross bats Here today 13th. Or. John w. Warren was called to j trip to Norfolk last monday d6ath of hi9 Rev. W. J. Twilley delivered a very ath raged 84 years. Ei0quent Sermon last sunday night. J a a a dlr a 1the first in. Mrs Bettie a. Rew. Of Belle Haven Troeh nne him a hefa t cou�?o0 of i was the guest of mrs. G. Y. Bloxom erection by or. Archie Jones for his a Nril a a a a . Miss Mayo Mason is in Norfolk this i week. 4 mrs. J. W. Justis is Home from Norfolk. Or. J. W. Barnes made a business in a game Between Chincoteague and Franklin City High school boys last saturday the former won by score of 11 to 4. Steamer Chincoteague on route from thib place to Franklin City for 16 years is now plying Between Points on Mississippi River. Cleveland Street has been opened up widened and improved and now one of our leading streets. Thanks Are due for the improvements to our mayor and town Council. Or. Joshua Bowden a worthy citizen aged 59 years fell dead at his Home of apoplexy on 8th inst. His wife two sons Morris and Aaron and four daughters mrs. Lynch mrs. Hudson mrs. Halloway and miss Julia Bowden survive him. Deputy treasurer Pruitt and commissioner Wright while Here last week issued 60 licenses. Or. Pruitt also reported Good collection of taxes and that there Are More qualified voters Here than Ever before. Candidates can now a sit up and take notice and Lucky will be the candidate that gets All our votes. Visitors to town this week John Booth John Sharpley Philadelphia Douglas Evans Oharles Fletcher Robt. Snead Eba Whealton new York miss Linda . Jones and family Ocean Oit Jsamuel Field Baltimore r. Bell Berlin mrs. Oarrie Watson mrs. We. Warren and children r. L. Gillespie Lee b. Kellam p. Aylett s. A. Taylor Accomac miss z. Duncan Birds nest. Sunday july 30th., is the time limit for the debt raising Effort launched last sunday at the Union Baptist Church. The various departments of the Church have entered upon the Campaign with a determination to wipe out the debt. Interesting services arranged for next sunday. The Bible schools Union and Buelah under the leadership of t. Pruitt and Geo. D. Watson doing Well. Special features at both schools. Our people until about 10 Days ago did not realize that they had a Gold mine under their nose when the Northern fishermen and a few at this place began to catch Choice and valuable fish at sea off Chincoteague. During that time 1,200 barrels of fish have been brought hero and shipped to market�?900 barrels of them Choice Mackerel Worth from 50 cents to $1.00 each which netted Over $4,000. The catch in one boat one Day was sold for $900. Any Fisherman with a few cheap nets can get his share of them. Arrivals at Atlantic hotel this week t. Powell a. S. . Wood find Gilbert w. Andrews Webb W. Welch w. C. Hall g. Hopkins. Baltimore w. E. Parsons f. P. Perkins e. 8. Hoover Philadelphia A a. Powell Wilmington Shubert F. Hudson e. S. Windsor b. F. Mccordy new York mrs. F. W. Wanson e. Wanson Brooklyn w. G. Clendaniel Dover w. A. Sheppard Salisbury g. T. Hudson Allentown a. V. E. Sumpter Selbyville 0. W. Tingle Berlin. Mears Volle. The mixed berries of this Vicinity Are taking the Lead. Or. and family have returned from a visit of several weeks to Baltimore. Captain c. R. Gladding who has just entered his eighty sixth year is very ill at this time. Or. And mrs. Thomas Angelo of Pocomoke City Are visiting friends and relatives of this place. Miss Pearl a feel Lam of Wacha Prague spent several Days of last week with miss Ethel Byrd. Another contest of singing was Given by seven of our boys and girls May 7,misses Pearl Kellam and Ethel Byrd and messes. Guy Clarence Gladding Lester Polson Emory Chase and Lawrence Chase. Onley. Or. A. T. James left this week for a business trip South. Or. Ernest Taylor is Home from a pleasant trip to Richmond. Or. Lloyd Taylor is getting lumber ready for a new dwelling at Onley. Or. Hobbs of new Church is the successor of or. Dickerson resigned at Western Union office Onley. Miss Bruce stenographer has returned from Baltimore to resume her duties at the Exchange office. Mrs. Manie Core was taken to a Baltimore Hospital this week for treatment accompanied by her physician or. John w. Kellam. Or. J. Byrd has resigned As telegraphed in the Railroad office and accepted a position in the Exchange office. Or. Ryland is his successor. Misses Leone and Eudie Parks entertained delightfully at their Beautiful Home the evening of the 5th, in Honor of misses Pearl Mason and Helen Parks. The skating rink is open every monday wednesday and saturday afternoon and every night in the week except sunday and not As reported in last Issue of the Enterprise. Or. E. Clapp of Chicago Western superintendent of the Pennsylvania Railroad or. V. Williams of Philadelphia Eastern superintendent of the Star Union line and or. W. S. Waples of the n. Y. P. Amp n. R. Were guests this week of or. Jeff d. Jacob. Among the visitors to relatives and friends in town this week were Rev. And mrs. Jordan of Cambridge md., at the Home of her daughter mrs. Or. Will f. Kellam or. A. Gladding and wife of Atlantic with his daughter mrs. Walter Byrd or. Walter Byrd of Oak Hall the guest of his brother or. J. Byrd or. Parsons of Cape Charles the guest of or. L. J. Savage mrs. Tony Ross of Harborton at the Home of her daughter mrs. Jennie Mears or. J. B. Hayman and wife of Marion md., with her parents or. And mrs. We. T. Broughton. It is warm and now is the time to get the Spring suit. We have the pattern and the prices Are guaranteed. J. S. Mills a lot of Cluett shirts also mens Lemar scarfs just opened. R. L. Shield co oxfords in the new shapes in ail leathers hosiery to match. J. S. Mills. Write to us tor estimates on doors Sash blinds Stair rails and All other kinds of building material hardware paints amp a. Stock Large prices Low or. R. D. L. Fletcher will be at acco Mae court h. The first Day of every county court to receive orders for the firm. Cape Oharles Joe and lamber co sunday miss s. May Bloxom spent the week at Onancock the guest of her sister mrs. Nelson. Or. Ray Mason was taken to Norfolk last Friday for an operation on the knee. Latest reports Are that he is improving. Mrs. W. J. Twilley has returned from an extended trip the guest of relatives in different sections of North Carolina. E. T. S. Wishes our sporting townsman to understand that stray Chimes his Mare can go a mile in better time and More Classy than Buck o., but if h. C. C. Thinks not he will have to take $1,000 or she will shoo Fly him again like she did some time ago. The Baptist sunday school convention held at Bethel on saturday and sunday was very largely attended. The principal speakers off the Shore were prof. E. L. Middleton Seow a of the sunday school of Raleigh n. 0., and prof. Gaines of Richmond College Richmond a. Those in attendance feel that the convention was a grand Success educationally Aud spiritually. Pungoteague. Mrs. Hiden entertained the faculty of the High school this week. Mrs. George w. Gillespie was the guest of her parents Here this week. Mrs. C. R. Waters and Sou of of Ley Are visiting at the Home of mrs. Waters of Nandua. Mrs. Percy Walker accompanied by her father or. F. A. Kellam is in Baltimore for treatment. Mrs. Crawley miss Crawley and miss Hyslup of Belle Haven were guests of mrs. Levin g. Ames this week. Our school improvement league have offered or. Galloway very flattering inducements to return next session. The closing exercise of the High school were largely attended and reflected much credit to pupils and teachers. Or. J. L. Warren and John a jr., made a flying trip to Manson n. 0., As the guests of his daughter mrs. 3. J. Satterwhite. The family of or. Sam Martin will leave for their new Home in Florida As soon As or. Martin recovers from an attack of la Grippe. Harborton. Or. And mrs. Brittingham have moved into their summer residence or. And mrs. Harry Williams have moved to the Corner of Hay wire and Clifford avenues. Captain g. B. Reynolds of Cape Lookout Light vessel is visiting his family at the Bonneville House. A a mothers Day was observed at the methodist Church last sunday when a very Able and touching Sermon was preached by Rev. W. L. Murphy. The red men turned out in full Force and showed up in Fine shape. Captained. Crockett had a very exc ung time last saturday afternoon when his horse ran away but he managed to get it udder control before getting to the end of main Street but he lost his passenger before getting half Way out. Visitors in town for the commencement exercise a misses Ernie Hornsby and Kathleen Duer of Belle Haven miss Grace Hutchinson of Accomac miss Hazel Cutler of Andua messes. John Hutchinson new York Lloyd Williams Cape Oharles w. Roach Norfolk and Captain l. Conway Pocomoke my. Sava Evilie. Our Farmers Are Busy planting is yet potatoes. Or. Leland Waterfield has a smile that wont Wear off. Its a boy. The ladies Aid society met last wednesday with a full attendance. Capt. J. E. Evans of Baltimore is Home on a visit to his family this week. Many of the Young folks of this Vicinity have been suffering with the mumps. Strawberry crop will probably be Eod in this Section but two weeks Ater than usual. Miss Minnie Evans wharf is visiting at the Home of her brother capt. J. E. Evans. Many of our Young people attended the commencement at Harborton on thursday and Friday nights. A very interesting game of Ball was played Here on saturday afternoon Between Sava Evilie and Finney resulting in favor of the Home team score 17 to 5. Greenbackville. Or. Geo. Ellis in Baltimore this week on business. Or. E. Selby spent week end in Wilmington and Philadelphia. Or. W. Mccleary is remodelling his Home on West Church Street. Miss Ethel pilchard of Girdletree md., is the guest of miss Blanche Ellis. Or. Geo. S. Lang is attending grand Lodge of i. F. In session at Lynchburg a. Or. John h. Young and son of Wachapreague were guests of friends in Greenbackville sunday. Greenbackville will have two graduates in High school a. Thomas Sharpley and Vaughn t. Jones. Mrs. A. Jarman and Allen h. Jarman attended funeral of mrs. Jane Jones at Stockton on sunday. Or. Ernest Hudson entertained a number of his friends at his Home saturday evening. Chocolate was the feature of the evening. Samples for made to measure suit every garment made strictly to you measure and will if. J. S. Mills we now have on the floor several sizes and styles of Eddy ice chests. Write for catalogue and prices. R. L. Shield co. Hacks neck. Miss Ollie Killmon of Cashville is visiting in this Vicinity. Mrs. Fred Harrison returned saturday from a Norfolk Hospital much improved. Or. And mrs. John Guy and or. And mrs. Will Core of Melfa were the guests of mrs. John r. Harrison sunday. The game of Ball Between Quinby and Hacks neck saturday evening resulted in a score of 9 to 12 in favor of the Home team. Or. Lloyd Bennett of this place and miss Stella Evans of Nandua were married in Baltimore last sunday. Both Are Well known and deservedly popular with a Large Circle of friends who sincerely wish them a Long and successful married life or. And mrs. Len Bennett entertained wednesday May 3d, in Honor of their twin sons Boggs and Leonard on their Twenty first birthday. Over 200 of their present dinner supper and refreshments were served. The guests left at a late hour All reporting a delightful Day and wishing them a Long and prosperous life. A Regina and Cyclone vacuum clean ers shown and demonstrated before you buy. R. L. Shield co. Parksley. Or. S. G. Johnson is visiting friends in Washington. To Morrow sunday is mothers Day. Wear a White Oarn tiou. Or. Preston b. Parks is spending a few Days Here with his sister mrs. C. P. Platt. Messes. S. T. Taylor w. Bull and T. Wright have returned from a trip to Baltimore. Mrs. S. W. Elliott of Hampton is visiting the Home of her daughter mrs. Or. Geo. R. Sledge. Mrs. B. S. Jones of Pocomoke City has been visiting her Iother mrs. E. Barnes recently. Or. E. S. Johnson wife and daughter Bessie were guests of relatives Here the Early part of the week. Mrs. Fletcher Barnes and son James Are on a visit to her parents or. And mrs. James Mono at Sharpsburg my. My is Lena Johnson Home recently for a Short stay has returned to her duties As teacher of elocution at Haverstraw n. Y. The commencement exercises of the High school will be held next monday night 15th�?z in Hopkins Hall commencing at 8 15 p. Mrs. W. K. Dever and son master t. Mason Dever of Washington Are spending a few Days with her parents or. And mrs. T. Mason. Messes. W. 8. Johnson Washington John Watson Baltimore George w. Johnson Philadelphia were Here for a Short stay a few Days ago. Or. Oharles w. Purnell optometrist of Cambridge md., will be at or. Sledges drug store Friday May 19th., morning Only. Bye troubles carefully looked after glasses prescribed and furnished when necessary. Or. And mrs. R. D. L. Fletcher rape Oharles miss Sallie Thomas and or. Will Thomas Nassawadox and or. Roger s. Warren assistant state Bank examiner of Richmond were recent guests at the Home of or. T. Mason. A a Mother a Day will be observed by Grace methodist protestant Church at Hopkins Hall sunday tomorrow with an appropriate Sermon by the pastor at 11 of clock. Everyone is kindly asked to Wear a Flowers preferably a White one. Evening worship at 8 of clock. Communion and reception of members at Hunting greek at 3 of clock. The Burton Oak Grove sunday school where and when the modern sunday school originated Quot in the United states have been matters of discussion for Many yes re and will probably remain unsettled because of the different ideas represented by the sunday school in its Early history. Says Nelsons encyclopedia a Robert Raikes established a sunday school in Gloucester England in 1780. At first the instruction was most elementary and largely consist cd in teaching the scholars to read. But in the course of time the religious began to dominate until the main aim of the school was the implantation and development religious life. The movement thus inaugurated by Raikes spread with rapidity and today sunday schools Oover the whole protestant world and Are found in Many Catholic communities As Well As in foreign Mission Fields. The first sunday school in the United states seems to have been that at Plymouth mass., in 1669. One was also established at Roxbury mass., in 1674 in the congregational Church outside of new England the first school of which we have any record is that at Ephrata pa., in 1740.�?� says Henry olay Trumbull a it would seem that in several places on this Side of the Ocean a sunday school was started within a few years after a Ikebe beginning in Gloucester was continued for a time and then Given up without leaving an immediate successor. Thus a sunday school was organized under the direction of Bishop Asbury at the House of or. Thou. Orenshaw in Hanover county Virginia in 1786, yet but Little of it is known but its beginning. A a further Light has recently been thrown on this interesting subject by the patient investigations of or. L. James Hyslup of Keller a. was graciously permitted to examine certain manuscripts in the Possession of mrs. Wessie e. Nock Eason a great Reat granddaughter of William Eliott of Accomac county. From these records it appears beyond a doubt that William Elliott organized a sunday school in his Home in 1785. The Bible which he used in conducting this school is still in existence and was exhibited at the Virginia state sunday school convention in Norfolk va., in april 19��o. Subsequently this school was removed to the Burton Oak Grove Church methodist episcopal Church South located on Bradford a neck Accomac county Virginia. It has been in continuous operation Ever since a period of one Hundred and Twenty six years. From it have gone mighty streams of influence for god and Good in the neighbourhood in the county in the state and in the nation. It seems Clear that the first sunday school in the United states established with religious instructions As it chief aim and with an uninterrupted history from its origin to the present time was organized by William Elliott in Accomac county Virginia in 1785. A Mutual Uve 5tock ins. Association. All members of the Mutual live Stock insurance association of Mappsville va., Are respectfully but earnestly requested to their dues on or before the ,1st saturday in june 1911. After the 1st saturday in july dues of More than 60 Days standing will be placed in an officers hands for collection and All members owing such dues a will stand suspended. By order of the association. F. G. Tull pres. S. L. Nock Sec a. J. E. Marshall treas. See our display window of Straw hats and fancy bands 50c. To $5. J. S. Mills Complete line of Sti a and Panama hats shown by r. L. Shield co. Boys Wash suits size 3 to 10, Price 50c. To $2.50. J. S. Mills for Sweet potato Corn and grass fertilizers old Dominion goods if you want the Best write or see p. 8. Stewart Onancock and his agents. Scrap fish for Sale alewives and other scrap fish for fifty cents per flour barrel. Wachapreague fish Pound co. Children suits in size from 3 to 18, Cost $2 to $10, in the popular shades. J. S. Mills. Just received a full line of doors window screens scr Een Sticks and wire prices Low. Ashby amp Hickman. Silk half Hose in tan Blue and Black 25c. To $1.50 per pair. J. Mills. I bargains in Jap matting. We screen have a lot of two tone Jap matting a 1 Worth 25c. To 28c., will sell for $8.50 per Roll of 40 Yards. Ashby amp Hickman. Choice and select line of China and write to us for a shh pm in the japanese matting also 9x12 matting building material and hardware line rugs at a end you will get the right Price. A a Scott a j Orney Ruudi Parksley. Edward c. Pate. Or. Edward Clay Pate died at hi9 Home at Parksley after a Short illness Friday morning May 5th, aged 50 years and 4 months and in his death Accomac loses one of its most worthy and highly esteemed citizens. was a True Type of the upright Man and leaves behind him a record for integrity and True Christian character which everyone recognized in his life time and to whose memory All who knew him and trusted him for his Worth Loving tribute now that he is dead. Always fair and honorable in every business transaction Ever ready to lend a helping hand to every worthy person and object a Loving son husband and father he deservedly had the esteem and affection of All who knew him. was the son of Henry Clay Pate a Gallant Confederate colonel of 5th Vir Ginia cavalry who was killed in Battle at yellow tavern May 11th, 1864. spent most of his life at Parksley for years a member of the firm of Pate amp Mason one of the largest and most successful mercantile establishments on the Eastern Shore and later As its sole proprietor having recently purchased the interest of his partner in the business. was a consistent member of the methodist protestant Church 1st United sons of Confederate veterans and member of i. Fellows or. U. A m. And american patriots. Funeral services were held Over his remains at Parksley Baptist Church and interment made in Parksley cemetery sunday afternoon his pastor. Rev. G. Clayton of methodist protestant Church assisted by Rev. Thorium Clark of Baptist Church conducting the services. The High regard in which he was held was Well attested by the Large number in attendance at his funeral the Church being filled to its utmost capacity with hundreds on the outside during the services. The Floral tributes were Many and handsome. The pall bearers were Active or. Fletcher Drummond Roy d. White Harry Rew e. F. Custis s. L. Baker e. Colona c. T. Hopkins and S. Scott honorary Oscar t. Barnes Noah Parks Paul f. Watts and Howard Nock. is survived by his Mother wife and Tyree children Edward Sarah and Elizabeth. S. As a citizen he was highly esteemed by everyone who knew him in Accomac and in every Way worthy of the Loving tribute to his memory by a Friend in the above. De. A Bestowal of crosses of Honor. The Jefferson Davis chapter u. D. 0., will bestow crosses of Honor on wednesday Muy 31st.,instead of june 3rd. Every Veteran on the Eastern Shore is invited to attend these exercises at the court House on May 31st. Mrs. J. E. B. Stuart will be present to pin on the crosses of Honor and opt. William c. Whittle who is grand commander of the grand Camp of Confederate veterans of Virginia will make the address to the veterans. There will also be other speeches by prominent men of the county. A free dinner will be served to each Veteran in the chapter rooms from 12 to 2 of clock p. We Hope All the veterans will be present and give us the i asure of making them have a Good time. Mrs. J. Fletcher pres., Jefferson Davis chapter u. D. Announcement. V to my friends and fellow democrats i take this method to further acquaint you with the fact that 1 am a candidate for the legislature to represent our county in the House of delegates subject to the next democratic primary election. I respectfully solicit your Active support in my behalf assuring you that i shall always appreciate your Confidence. I Promise if elected to faithfully fulfil the duties of the office to the Best of my ability. L. D. To Kle Quinby. I will have several loads of Scarlet Clover Hay for Bale in a few Days. J. W. Colona Tasley a. J. S. Ling amp Supply co., Onley a. Business notices. Fob rent for year 1912, several Small farms with land for one two three or four horses with an abundance of resources and pasture. Want live hustling tenants. Apply to Martin Mason co. Quot or s. K. Martin quo Harborton a. Notice one Biff lost or stolen 8undav night from guard Shore Guilford. Dimensions about thirteen feet Long Cypress sides raised straight across Stern deep Skull Halo painted Lead color. Finder will notify me and receive suitable Reward. Opt. E. T. Somers Bloxom a. head of cattle yearlings came to my House sunday night May 7th. The owner May get them by proving property and paying Cost of this advertisement. Ashby Heath Belles neck a. Notice i hereby forewarn anyone from dumping refuse or otherwise trespassing on my cleared or Woods land under full penalty of the Law. Jas. G. Downing. Wanted two Good steady Timber cutters 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 charges and take away. J. Savage a Craddock Ville a. Fob Sale five Hundred thousand 500,000 Cylinder sawed barrel Staves equalized and crazed and All kinds of building material. E. Kelley new Church a. Notice hobos moved and repaired 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. Fob Hale two wheel Pony cart cheap. J. Ayres. Accomac a. Notice automobiles repaired by practical and competent Mechanic. We solicit you business. Virginia Auto co. Onancock a. Fob 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. C. Ellis Greenbackville a striking display of Correct new dress fabrics for. Summer 1911 consisting of foulard Mes Galines 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 suit. Our assortment of these materials this season comprises practically every desirable Shade at prices unusually reasonable. 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 lie. To 35c. Per Yard. Special lot of bordered of axons regular 18c. Quality now Selling at 15c. 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 Yeu 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 Yeu want at the Price you want to . Let us show you these clothes As they will please you. Price from $12.50 to $22.5#. J. S. Mills Onancock a. Furnishings for House porch and Lawn. Spring cleaning time is Here and before buying your floor covering porch or Lawn Fumi Tuie you should see our line. A matting in new designs and colourings in Ohina and Jap Straw Crex in widths from 27 in. To two Yards wide. Art squares of Cashmere fiber Crex and matting in various colors and designs and several sizes. Willow porch sets of three pieces from $12.50 to $21.00, with tables and Indian stools to match. A Beautiful line of hammocks porch screens matting rugs Etc. Just a line about our Wash goods department. Look it Over. Linnette Paris foulard Holly Batiste Ootton and Repp Voils Swiss applique for dresses in Black and White and Blue Aud White bordered White Paris Muslin French Nain Sook mercerized Batiste and of axons for commencement gowns with laces and embroideries to match. R. L. Shield co. 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 1911 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 u3 demonstrate it to Jroud. Send for 1911 catalogue. Just Saj mail Book $600 to $1400 2 to 5-passengers 16 to 30 horse Power. C. A. Cropper Onancock a. Lloyd a amp Blaine wig gifts Pocomoke City my. A we May not be your nearest druggist but we try to come the nearest the 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 and phone orders. Lloyd amp Blaine. Pocomoke City Maryland Quot to

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