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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - August 18, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Grosbeak is our Friend. Much maligned Little Bird Lia Active enemy of destructive insects. The Grosbeak is a very much maligned Bird and instead of being destructive to crops he is on the contrary of great Benefit according to Farmers bulletin 45c, just issued by Secretary Wilson. The bulletin states that seven kinds of finches commonly known As the Grosbeak summer within our a a boundaries. A majority of these Are Good friends of the Farmer and deserve to be widely known in order that their services May be appreciated. The grosbeaks Are easily distinguished from other finches by their Stout form Bright plumage massive Bills and melodious voices. They live largely in agricultural regions and secure most of their food about cultivated lands. They perform invaluable service in destroying Many of our worst insect pests. The Rose breasted species is a great destroyer of the potato Bug. He Breeds Over Kansas and the mountains of Tennessee. The investigations of the department show that the Bird is fond of Green peas but invariably consumes enough injurious insects to More than offset the damage. He has become famous for his preying on the Colorado potato Beetle and no less than one tenth of the total food it consumes has been proved to be the potato Beetle. It attacks the Cucumber Beetle. It has proved an Active enemy of the Rocky Mountain Locust during that insects ruinous invasions and among the other pest it consumes Are the Spring and fall canker Worms Orchard and Forest tent caterpillars tussock Gypsy and Brown Tail Moths Plum cur Culio army worm and cinch Bug. In fact it attacks the worst enemies of agriculture. The Cardinal or Redbird species ranges from Southern Mexico lower California and Arizona North to Iowa and Ontario and East to the Atlantic coast. They Are permanent residents spending the summer and Winter in the same locality. It has been claimed that they pull sprouting Grain but no evidence of damage to either Grain or other crops is shown from Over 500 examinations. On the contrary they do much Good. They feed on locusts periodical Cicada the Colorado potato Beetle the Rose Chafer Cotton worm hustling in the peas. In progressive farms the traction engine hauls them to the Cannery. Not the smallest part of the labor connected with raising peas for the Tannery is getting the crop to the factory. The Ordinary Way of course is the Wagon. But where great quantities Are canned peas Are shipped i Joy bids Fob pea vines. Rect to the factory located at a convenient Point. The picture above gives an idea of How the traction engine which on some farms stands Idle most of the year can be put to Good use As an auxiliary in the work of moving Unhul led vines. Take your oldest son into partnership with you and let some of the responsibility of managing the farm fall upon his shoulders. This will please him and if he is an ambitious industrious boy he will accelerate his interest and Pride in the work of the farm. But do not forget that partnership Means that your son is to share the profits As Well As the responsibility. Without the profits his interest will hardly increase. Massage your crops. Are not destroyers guaranteed Uncle Sam. Plum or Cherry scale the Zebra Caterpillar of the cabbage the Cucumber beetles Bill bags Locust Flea Beetle Corn ear worm Cotton cutworm Southern Fig eater codling Moth and Boll Weevil and in addition Are great Consumers of injurious Weed seeds. The Black headed Grosbeak hails from Southern Mexico and invades North Dakota and Nebraska. It fills the same place in the West that the Grosbeak does in the East. It is a foe to the worst pests of horticulture the scale insect composing a fourth of its food. The Blue Grosbeak Breeds Over the Southern two thirds of the United states and is greatly destructive to Weevils Grasshoppers locusts caterpillars and Worms. The Gray Grosbeak inhabits Texas. Arizona and new Mexico. It is a consistent enemy of the Boll Weevil and Cotton worm. It also consumes great quantities of harmful Weed seeds. The bulletin in its plea for the Protection of the Grosbeak says a present investigations prove that the services of the Grosbeak in destroying insect pests Are invaluable. Each kind pays Especial attention to certain pests which if unchecked would cause enormous loss. Few of our Birds Are to be credited with More Good and with fewer evils than the Grosbeak and none More clearly deserves Protection by the practical Grain Speculator is a curse. Its the business of the Farmer to raise the Grain its the business of the Grain dealer to receive clean and Market the Grain its the business of the Miller to grind the Grain and its the function of the Speculator to buy the Surplusage of the 5.000,000,000 bushels of Grain produced in this country As a speculation and any Farmer Grain dealer Miller Artisan or professional who attempts to reap a livelihood from fluctuating Grain prices is a quack Speculator a counterfeit and a . Ralph Pickell. Secretary Council of North american grab Exchange. Joan of arcs Bell. In the Cathedral Church of notre Dame Paris there is a Bell which dates from the Days of Joan of arc a the blessed belly which sounded the Tocsin when the maid of Orleans appeared in August. 1429. And Paris was besieged by the English. This historic Bell referred to by actor Hugo in a notre Dame de Paris a was Given to the Cathedral in 1400 by Jean de montaigne. It was refunded in 1686 and then re baptized under the name of Emmanuel Louise Therese in Honor of Lonis Xiv. And Marie Therese of Globe. He knew Jim. Jim had made an unsuccessful attempt to conquer the world and came Back to the Tennessee town dirty worn out and hungry. A Uncle John a he said Mel dramatically a i came borne to a no Dod Gast you a said unsympathetic Uncle Jim a you came Home to of Btu a Success Magazine. Experiments abroad show that plants love electricity. There is a Field of wheat near Evesham which is like no other Field of wheat in England says the London graphic. Up North at Balm Kewan however there is a Field of Oats which looks very much like it on both these Fields there Are rows of rough Telegraph poles about seventy Yards apart and some Hundred Yards Between the rows. On the top of each pole is an insulator ten times the size of those seen on Ordinary Telegraph poles. The insulators carry the usual Telegraph extended Between the rows there Are strands of thin wire fastened to the Telegraph wire about ten Yards apart. Very soon there will be a difference perfectly visible to the passerby Between the part of the crop which is below the wires and the part which is not. The difference is due to discharges of electricity from the curious network. It is connected to a wire which runs to a Little shed and from that shed to a Dynamo at the farm. But it is what happens in the Little shed that matters. The current from the Dynamo is transformed to High tension and rectified by sir Oliver lodges Well known valves. They look rather like Glass fire extinguishers and they glow in various tints. There Are about Twenty one Miles of wire on the induction Coll. Although it is easy to produce in the shed the lighting and crackling associated with wireless telegraphy nothing ordinarily happens but a slight sizzling and a much greater generation of Ozone than is pleasant the Field wires Are kept running at the High tension of 100,000 volts. Walking below the network bareheaded one feels a sensation As if brushing against spider webs. For five years now this a crop shocking has been going on. The result seems to have been in the Case of wheat at Evesham an increase in crop of from 23 to 30 per cent. Last year the increase was not More than 23 per cent but the electric discharges had been much weaker than in previous years. At Balm Kewan there has been a marked difference in Oats. Experiments have also been conducted with strawberries and tomatoes at Evesham again with encouraging re suits As to yield. One year the electrified strawberries were found to be much sweeter than usual. Any one who has a Dynamo or a Cess to an electric Cable could begin experiments in electrification on Between five and ten acres at an expenditure of about $500. To Deal with sixty acres the expenditure would be about $1,000. Apparently what electrification does is to give the plants a kind of electrical Massage. That was sir Oliver lodges phrase. The discharges Are not needed on Fine sunny Days but in Dull weather they take the place of Sunshine. Of course the whole problem of the nutrition of plants is obscure. It is perfectly Clear that this discharge of High tension electricity has done something to the crops treated but what exactly is in some doubt so far there is no evidence of shocked plants suffering from premature exhaustion due to overwork. Indeed there is some reason for believing that the effect of electrification is to give the Plant tone and go. An american worker has shown that electrical discharges help the microorganisms of the soil so electrification May be doing something in that direction too. Occupation of idols. Some strange occupations figure on Indian census schedules. At the last census in Many villages of Hald Arabad and the Central provinces enthusiastic and devout enumerators returned the Village shrines and temples As a occupied the occupant was the idol whose occupation was stated a9 a granting boons and blessings living on contributions from the other callings returned on the schedules include collectors of edible Birds nests receivers of stolen goods witches wizards and cow pall mall Gazette. Stumbled on the will. Wills have often proved a stumbling Block to the novelist one flagrant Case May be mentioned. A popular writer causes an old aristocrat to have his a last will and testament witnessed by his Butler and his housekeeper. Yet he1 makes them both Benefit under it by so doing he renders the will invalid. But the author does not know f creeping Cactus. I curious plants that will to rvs across a Desort. A the isolation of the desert lowlands of lower California combined with alternations of Long continued droughts tand heavy Rains has resulted in the development of the richest and most extraordinary desert Flora in the world Quot says e. W. Nelson in the National geographic Magazine. A pc accuses of May kinds abound varying from giants standing with massive fluted trunks fifty to sixty a feet tall to Little straggling stemmed species too weak to hold themselves upright the fruit of Many of these cac uses is edible and much sought for Iby Birds and mammals. They were once one of the main crops of the indians who lived in this arid Region. The Cactus forests often form thorny Jungles through which it i3 impossible to pass. A after months among these thorny plants we supposed we had seen them in All their eccentric variations of forms. One morning however while crossing the Llano de Ornis in front of Magdalena Bay i Rode out from a dense growth of Bushes into an open area Aud pulled up my horse in amazement at sight of the most extra Ordi diary of them All. Before me was a great bed of the creeping Devil Cactus which appeared like a swarm of Gigantic caterpillars creeping in All directions. These plants actually travel away from the common Center of the group and i saw Many single sections Twenty or thirty Yards away from Tho others. The part of the Stem resting on the ground sends Down rootlets and the older stems die in the rear at about the same rate As they grow in front so they slowly move away from the Colony across the Flats where they _ a secret Library. Important papers that were = stored away by Queen Victoria. Within the Walls of Buckingham Palace and constructed on the a Strong room principle is a room known As the a secret Library a and in this Are stored documents and private letters which were they sent Forth to the world would doubtless set the whole universe talking. From the very commencement of her reign Queen Victoria assiduously stored away in Nice order All family and other important papers her Only assistant in this duty being a Secretary who entered her sender within fourteen years of her accession to the throne and who retained his place until her majesty a death though he himself had no Access to nine tenths of the papers which Are docketed the late Queen alone retaining the keys of the safes and cabinets in which her a secret Library was contained. Just before her death her majesty added to the list of her papers a Batch of letters of the most private and confidential kind addressed by the late Price Consort to his brother the Duke Ernest of Coburg and it is a Well ascertained fact that when possible she acquired every scrap written by her late Consort to his private friends. La is said by those who Are qualified to surmise that the a secret Library not Only tells of Royal marriages births and deaths but that it is virtually the private history of Europe during the last half of the nineteenth London tit bits. Radium safes. Laid cases used to protect the rays of the strange substance. Radium is such a strange substance that but few persons in All the world Are perfectly familiar with it and its Peculiar properties. It throws off a Peculiar Ray of Light and if not protected it will in time exhaust itself going no one knows exactly where. Its emanations Are such that there is but one known substance through which it cannot pass and that is pure Lead. For some time the problem of Complete Protection against its own loss through emanations and the possible loss by burglars was a Puzzle to scientists and mechanics but finally a Safe was constructed in London with an inner cell of Lead about three inches in thickness surrounded by a specially prepared outer Safe which is said to be a perfect Safe for Radium. The strange stuff is stored in those safes and guarded with extreme care As it is of great value. The Safe door is round and so adjusted As to make it possible to disclose any slight defect that might be caused by the use of the opening and in the inner portion of the door Are openings through which tubes containing Mercury can be placed to collect any emanations resulting on the Interior during the confinement of the curious substance. Mercury collects the emanations and prevents loss in that Angeles times. Progress and misery. The Progress must go on and the misery May be modified. Many of the inventions of civilization have their unhygienic Side. The invention of houses has enabled Mankind to dwell in All parts of the world but it is responsible for tuberculosis especially after Glass was devised which while letting in the Light keeps out the air. The invention of the alphabet and printing has made possible the accumulation of knowledge but it has produced Eye Strain with All its attendant evils. The invention of chairs has added to human convenience hut it has led to spinal curvature and abdominal congestion. The device of a division of labor has added to wealth but has destroyed the Normal balance of mental and physical work recreation and rest. Similar fault May he found with clothing especially corsets shoes and hats and with numerous other contrivances. Yet it would be foolish even if it were possible to attempt to a return to nature in the sense of abolishing civilization. We must not go backward but Forward. The cure for Eye Strain is not in disregarding the invention of Reading but introducing the invention of glasses. The cure of tuberculosis is not in the destruction of houses but in devices for let a. Irving Fisher in new York Christian advocate. Tax notice. To the tax Payera of Coom ask county notice is hereby Given that the state tax Aud county Levy for the year 1911 Are now due and in pursuance of Law we will be at the following named places in said districts at the times herein specified for the purpose of collecting said taxes and levied Viz appointments of a. Lilliston. . 14th, nov. 4th, afternoon. Belle Haven oct. 30th, afternoon Mapps Buige oct 6th, morning. Painter oct. 6th, afternoon nov. 2d, morning. Keller oct. 4th, nov. 11th, afternoon. Craddockville oot. 16th, 11 to 4 Quinby oot. 20th, 11 to 4. Wachapreague a oct. 21st, afternoon nov. 3d, afternoon. Harbor tour oct. 24th and 25th, afternoon and night morning. Onancock oct. 28th and 31st,nov. 1st and 18th, afternoon. Savag Eviller nov. 6th, afternoon. Oheson Essex n. . 10th, afternoon. Nashville a nov. 15th. 11 to 4. Onley oct. 16th, nov. 16th, afternoon. Locust Viilet nov. 17th, nov. 14bh, afternoon. Finney nov. 20th, afternoon. Tangier nov. St 9th and 10th. Accomac oct. 2d and 3d, nov. 27th, 28th, 29th and 30th. Appointments of w. H. Pruitt or. Parksley sept. 30th and nov. 24th and 25th. Mappsville oct. 6th and 7th. Atlantic oct 18th, afternoon. Bloxom oot. 20th and 21st. New Church oct. 27th and 28th. Temperanceville oot. 30 h and 31st, and nov. 27ih, 28th, 29th and 30 the. Hailwood nov 1st, afternoon and night. A modes town nov. 2d, afternoon. Hopeton nov. 4th, morning. News town nov. 4th, afternoon. A Argatha nov. 4th, 6 30 to 7 30 p. M. Mears Vilies nov. 6th, morning. Poulson nov. 6th, afternoon. Horntown nov. 8th, 10 a. M. To 2 p. M. Greenback Villez nov. 8th, afternoon and night. Shine Oteague nov. 9th, 10th and 11th. Marsh Market nov. 16th,morning. Saxis nov. 16.th, night and 17th, morning. Sanford nov. 17th, afternoon and 18th, morning. Hunting Creek nov. 20t�, morning. Leemonte nov 20th, afternoon. Justi Bville nov. 22d, afternoon. Accomac o. Day of every court. Chalmers motor cars built for business. Chalmers 36 touring car $1,800.00 self starter no cranking inflates tires no tedious pumping of tires. Four Speed transmission 36x4 in. Tires with Demountable rims. Bosch dual ignition system Presto Lite tank and lamps full set of tools and tire repair kit. Herreshoff motor cars Little Tho Roberds. Chalmers 30 roadster $1,500.00 Complete. No extras to buy. Specifications same As the 30 touring car. Chalmers 30 touring car. Wheel base 115 inches fore doors ventilate 30 horse Power cylinders cast in bloc. Best Chalmers mohair top Windshield Presto Lite tank and lamps. Completed no extras to buy $1,500.00. That big car that caused the comment at Keller fair. Herreshoff Model 25�?price $950.00. Four cylinders cast in bloc 25 horse Power. Presto Lite tank and lamps full set of tools Jack pump and tire repair kit. The Ideal doctors car. H. M. Terry distributor for the Eastern Shore Mapps Burg a. Those failing to pay their taxes before december 1st, 1911, will have 5 per cent added to their tax Bills As the Law directs. All tax payers Are requested to pay before december 1st and thus save the penalties. Those who have not paid their 1909 and 1910 taxes Are requested to do so at the appointments most convenient for. Them. All 1910 capitation tax unpaid by november 15th, 1911, will be returned delinquent. The payment of capitation tax for 1911, will be required six months be Tore the november election in 1912 in order to vote. Yours very truly a. Lilliston treasurer. W. H. Pruitt Deputy a a Don t blame the it Jook if your bread and pastry is the foggy indigestible misery making kind. Its dollars to doughnuts that the flour is guilty of the offence. A our flour makes Light White de i Lydious bread and pastry always. A poor Luck is unknown wherein rules the cooking. It insures i Good results because it is uniform in Quality monday tuesday wednesday and every Dav in the week the Best. Candidly can you afford to go on using Hap Hazard flour when our Mill to consumer system Puta our Superior product in your Home at less expense. A we Cut our a the retailers profits. A we sell you flour direct at wholesale prices. We will save you ail those dollars that the retail dealer has previously pocketed. Try our method. You la never go Back to the old Way. Write us tor prices. For Comek ctr 4, Eagle Mills Twenty years of fair dealing should justify anyone wanting a Tomb or Monument on this Peninsula in writ log to Laurel del., or seeing our local agents t. G. Kell am Onancock. W. H. Pruitt temper Ance Ville Geo. W. Abdell Belle Haven. T. D. Us Lomond Gram Troviso bilious Ness is due to a disordered condition of the stomach. Chamberlains Tab ets Are essentially a stomach Medicine intended especially to act on that Organ to cleanse it strengthen it tone and invigorate it to regulate i the River and to banish bilious Ness positively and effectually. For Sale by All dealers. J c. S. Waples with we. Waterall amp co., front and Mechanic sto., Camden n. J., manufacturers of combination and Universal mixed paints White Lead roof paints Etc. For Sale by j. W. Rogers amp bros., Finney Boggs amp Powell amp Waples. Maetin Mason co., Rogers bros., a Rogers amp Boggs. Melfa. A a. Marsh amp bros., cd escort Ness Eva. G. F. Byrd Mes Pongo a a. A a Baltimore office 514 american building the nations eyes Are turned toward the farm life on the farm is no hardship in these Days when conveniences of the City brother May be enjoyed and the greatest of these is the Bell Telephone in his spare time the Farmer May construct his own Rural line. His natural Knack is All that is needed his time the Only Cost. The earlier begun the earlier the benefits. Write today for Booklet. The Diamond h r Hearne Ashen to state Telephone f a Onancock. A. Company an insurance policy is As valuable As a deed. And it is a guarantee against misfortune what n backed by Largo assets. It costs no More to get the Best. 1 protect your Home and by. Iness against fire by a policy in one of the following companies assets. Surplus to policy holders. Home insurance co., n. $30,179,913 $15,329,613 Aetna insurance co., Conn. 21,023,554 12,369,016 Hartford insurance co. 24,363,635 8 923 967 Fidelity Phoenix n. 13,790,298 5 734 08?&Quot Phila. Underwriters 24,768,966 10.89l086. N. Underwriters 24,363,635 8,923 967 Germania fire n. 6,648,974 3,021 740. Petersburg saving amp ins. Co. 3,Ico,.47 822926 Saint Paul fire amp Marine 7,028,704 1,908 712 Hamburg Bremen fire 1,985,139 �?T663 443 Williamsburg City n. 2,844,451 917�?T,548 a. Fire amp Marine ins. Co. 1,590,315 798 288 London Assurance corp. 3,665.813 1,195o75. Caledonian insurance co. 2,078,920 579736 Queen of America. 9,025,889 4,389�?Tl2�. American surety company 2,500,000 2,5 x 000. Represented by Kelly amp Nottingham agents Onancock Virginia. Eastern Shore of Virginia produce Exchange. Ken t. Gunter. President. William s. Ashby a with likes Berwanger amp co., clothiers 8, 10 amp 12 e. Baltimore st tailors Baltimore my. Furnishes incorporated january 26. Lamp of a. A. Mcmath. Secy and treas. Ceneria office a Onley Virginia v a. Durton uen. Fly or. Growers Agency Irish and. Sweet potatoes r i a c onions Beres tor Choice j peas Etc. Operates at ail the principal shipping stations and wharves in Accomac and Northampton counties. Obj not -ssist1 s??. A Acari or a e00�1�?T�?T proper distribution on the Vai ions Diawn a a a a t j18the. Establishment of Home markets and everything that tend to higher p tees for farm products and the better condition of the Farmers. Fifteen years experience. Parksley Marble works manufacturers of Marble and Granite monuments headstones tablets &c., also dealers in Iron Fence. E. H. Howard proprietor a Parksley a. Registered Slock for Sale. My fall litters of Berkshire pigs Are now ready for shipment and can furnish pairs or trios not Akin 3 Large gilts will weigh about 156 lbs., very Good individuals one male will weigh 250 to 300 lbs., a Good Type Berkshire with very fancy head. Will furnish registers and ship subject to examination if not satisfactory can be shipped Back to me at my expense. Large Strain barred Plymouth rocks male and female. Also Nice pair Bay mares 5 and 6 years old weighing Between 1.100 and 1,200 pounds each sound and Good workers. A Gray gelding 4 years old sound and Good Driver. Everything in the Best of condition. A new York Phila. Amp Norfolk r. R. In effect april 30, 1911. Steave new York n.8. ?00 South bound trains. No. 49 no. 37 no. 45 no. 41 no. 47 p. M. A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M 12 38 Quot Quot Quot a 3 38 8 00 Wilmington 12 02 p. M. Baltimore 10 00 leave Delmar Salisbury r. S. Young Onley a. Cemetery notice. Persons in Accomac and adjoining counties wishing to Mark the grave of a relative or Friend with a Tablet Tomb or Headstone n Marble or polished Granite can now de so at a very Small outlay As we keep in Stock a Large a collection of finished work of modern designs of the Best workmanship and at the very lowest prices. 115 n. Liberty st. Near Lexington also 314 s. Charles st. Gaddess Brothers established seventy five Yean Baltimore my Tasley 4 39 rape Charles 6 i5 old Point 8 to Norfolk arrive 9 06 6 45 300 6 57 10 00 6 67 3 44 653 10 44 136 456 900 a. M. . P. M. P. M. 10 45 6 67 10 16 1 35 1101 709 10 27 1 48 p. M. 109 9 14 4 30 10 26 4 80 6 20 6 20 7 26 7 26 North bound trains. No. 44 no. 48 no. 50 no. 80 no. To leave . A i . . old Point rape Charles Tasley Salisbury Delmar 734 8u1 arrive a. M. Wilmington la 22 p. M. Philadelphia 12 08 Baltimore 12 40 new York n.8. 2 66 800 6 16 800 8 45 7 15 8 45 1106 9 30 6 00 1136 . 10 49 7 31 112 . 1 35 12 26 9 42 3 it 2 00 12 54 10 16 3 6b p. M. A. M. P. M 436 406 7 41 522 500 8 26 6 52 6 01 9 5t 805 a 7 32 1118 trains 49 and 50 daily. Trains 37, 45, 41, 47, 44, 48, 80 and 46 daily except sunday. B. V. Massey Ripe intendant b. . Teafile manager. Luther t. Lewis Sailmaker. At f. C. Lewis store Hunting Creek a. All repair work done promptly. V. A. Stewart with Robt. T. Cochran amp co. Commission merchants. Southern fruits and vegetables. 200 Washington Street shipping number 23. New York. References Aetna National Bank n. Dunes and bradstreets. We represent the Eastern Shore of a. Produce Exchange. G. H. Raven bars. Established 1869. H. Richardson. G. H. Rivenburg amp co., commission merchants fruit amp produce poultry calves and eggs 168 ref de Street Selling agents for the Eastern Shore of Virginia produce Exchange and produce Exchange of Maryland. References Irving National Exchange Bank a. W. A. Burton Onley a. And the Trade generally. And Peninsula i a n. Y., \ e generally. New York. Shipping no 153 Geo. W. Tull amp co., wholesale produce commission merchants 99 Park place 0 new York. References a Aetna National Bank new York Farmers amp merchants National Bank Onley a. Bradstreets and dunes agencies. Belling agents e. S. Produce Exchange also Southern produce company Norfolk a. Clifton amp Woodland co., general commission merchants. 217 s. Charles Street. Ngi min Fri shipping letters c. Amp w. Deil 1 Liviu alb. Sole agents for e. S. A. Produce Exchange for Baltimore. A established 1887. W. Hutchinson amp co., wholesale commission 9 fruits and merchants produce. 315 Washington st., shipping no. 1 04 new York references Peoples Safe Deposit and Trust co., Jersey City. Aetna National Bank new York Bradstreet a and Dan s Lens tile Gense

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