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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - August 25, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Farm Garden j marketing growing. This equation is an axiom especially to the Apple Success in Apple culture financially says the report of the ver snort agricultural Experiment station is just As dependent upon the Intelli sent Businesslike disposal of the Ruit As upon the cultural methods Fol owed in its production. It is quite possible to grow a Good crop of Nice fruit yet through Lack of business ability or intelligence or both to fail to realize a reasonable profit from its disposal. Success in the business end of fruit growing depends largely upon the following factors picking the fruit at the proper time in a care jul manner proper grading pack ing the use of attractive packages ? apples fit foe big prices. Proper storage adequate transportation facilities placing the fruit on the if Arket in its season when it is commanding a Good Price. While there Are no hard fast rules governing the picking of apples the successful. Orchard St strides to Harvest his fruit when it has reached its full size land has developed in the Case of col ored varieties a Normal or if possible maximum amount of color. Apples should not hang until they have begun to Ripen if a Long keeping fruit is de the ability so to Grade to pack apples that when they Are offered for Sale they present an attractive appear Ance of uniformity mini mum amount of injury from transportation is a valuable asset to the or chartist. This one item determines largely the Success or failure of the grower to realize the Best Market Price for his product. In order to present this attractive appearance the apples must be of a nearly uniform size color present few surface deface ments. In packing either a barrel or inbox the package should be carefully faced with Niit which should As nearly As possible represent its average faces however May be somewhat higher coloured than the aver age without seriously misrepresenting the contents of the package. Barrel _ packages Are either single or double faced usually the latter. In facing a package the Stem end is placed Down Jward. By jul pious selection of faces the Packer can usually manage Mohave a Well filled layer. Large interstices or irregular arrangement of the fruit in the Facer rows detracts materially from the finished appearance of the package. Likewise High coloured fruit should not be mixed with medium or Low coloured fruit in the Facer Tow. Uniformity in size arrangement color Freedom from blemishes Are four Points to be kept in mind a the Observance of these details alone does not however insure an at Tractive package when opened. An other necessary precaution is that the package shall be sufficiently Well filled so that when headed it will be just form enough to hold the fruit in place not so tight As to Bruise a considerable proportion of it. A clean ? Bright barrel should be used in which a Plain or corrugated paper Cap should be placed to Lessen the bruising to the attractiveness of the the Bottom being faced the barrel should be half filled with fruit \u25a0poured in carefully by lowering the Basket Well into the barrel Given a thorough shaking to Settle the apples into place. This operation should be repeated when the barrel is nearly full. It is then filled a trifle above ithe Chines the top layer being arranged As uniformly As possible the contents of the barrel Are then press Jed into place with a Well padded head specially prepared for this purpose. When this false head is removed a Plain or preferably corrugated paper Cap is added the top cover press led into place with a screw or lever barrel header nailed firmly into place. Tough twigs May be used for id eating. I when barrels Are filled too full the pressing May injure All the apples when filled too Light to provide for shrinkage during shipment the apples present an even sorrier appearance. Quit work in Orchard. not cultivate the Orchard ground later than August. The Wood must have time to Harden the sap should not be encouraged to run. Quaker cemetery in Prospect Park. There is a Quaker cemetery in Prospect Park West Brooklyn. The cemetery is much older than the Park when the Park was Organ teed it was done with the understand ing that the friends Bur ground was not to be disturbed. The pact will probably always be kept. The Ceme Tery covers several acres say from eight to ten is beautifully Situ ated on one of the most commanding fills in the Park. It is still used for burial purposes.?new York american. Twice convicted. Another lawyer s Story arrives. We Are told that a Man was charged with � picking a pocket the other Day that when arraigned he pleaded guilty. The Case went to the jury however the verdict was not guilty. And the court spoke As follows you Don t leave this court without a stain on your character. By your own confession you Are a thief. By the verdict of the jury you Are a Cleveland Plain dealer. Farm Foj irs train children. Teach Tham that Arlo Alturo is a study of which to be proud. Is a Farmer a business Man if 80, he can make no better invest ment than to take Kos family to the state fair. By so doing he will cast 1 bread upon the Waters. The profits will be dollars sense. The bless ing will be better boys better girls better farms. Every boy every girl has a right to have a Good time while Young. Make the child Happy you have done much to make it Good. The neglected unhappy child too Oft becomes the tramp the Vagabond. The state fair is the Crossroads of Well directed Effort the showcase of brawn brain the sea son s finished Story the upstairs of human Endeavor the Home of the top Notcher the inner chamber of the tem ple of ambition perseverance the College University of experience Experiment the Arena where greek meets greek the Battle of the Breeds the Field upon which the Vic tories of peace Are won the Home stretch of Genius invention the repository of finished products the place where exhibitors learn the Joys of Victory the gloom of defeat the pendulum which moves the hands on the clock of a fort Ess he guide Board pointing the Way to better meth ods better things a convincing argument for higher ideals the Acme of the newest the Best the High priest of civilisation Christian living. When the boy learns that father will take him to this great exposition the world will at once seem brighter tooth father son. Hard work will not seem so much like Drudgery. The boy will sing whistle his heart be glad from morn till night. The old farm will have a Charm it never had before. More St Shine in the Home a Hundred smiles for every frown. A. P. Sandles in official bulletin Ohio department of agriculture. Give Stock pure water. Cheap ind easy Way to keep them As comfortable a stimans. One of the greatest difficulties that confronts the Raiser Duhig dry summer weather is that of keeping pure water for the Stock. The figure below is an illustration or a method used in Western states. Bury an old inc tank or some other construction 5 capable Stock Fountain. That will hold at least fifty Gallons of water. In this place a Large size water barrel bore some three or four holes in the Bottom end of this just below the top of the outside tank in these holes place an Iron tube As much Asan Inch in diameter the enclosure tank will always be full of water there is no waste. L \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 for 4\u2666f i wasted eggs. Y two eggs Dut of every dozen x Laid by american hens May be j said to drop through Hole in x the Farmer s Basket before they a reach a Market. In other Sofris t while the Hen sees to. It that o z every egg she lays is Worth tak \u25a0 ing care of the Farmer takes t proper care of Only ten. The a a greats loss from this cause\u25ba reaches Over $1,000,000 annually. X nearly All those eggs May Bex saved by a better arrangementi\u2756 of poultry houses a better sys x torn in collecting eggs by x co operation in Quick Market i in9, hum of the hive. Wait till Spring to make a Start in beekeeping. It is surprising what an influence the Winter has Over the Clover flow for the following Spring where the heavy snows prevail it is generally a Good Omen for a heavy Clover flow. If you Are tired of the Flimsy Bottom boards that Are sent out by a number of manufacturers that hardly last Long enough to pay for a he paint they take or if you have had mishaps with them in moving bees etc., Here is your remedy. Order All your Bottom boards made out of seven eighths Inch lumber. The real Way to furnish a Good mar Ket for Honey is to produce the very Best article make people believe it. Honey is often sold at 15, in 18 20 cents right in a Community where much Honey is Selling for 10 cents simply because buyers knew that the Honey they were paying the higher Price for was All right give your bees a Chance to use their wings year round. When cold weather comes on pack Straw or leaves under the hives also around them being careful to leave a Way open to the hive door. When the temperature gets to 45 degrees the bees will Fly get Back to their hives Assoon As a wind comes up. Being wintered out of doors they get the Bene fit of several Winter flights cleansing flights which Are very beneficial. Your packing is around them in the Spring you won t need to unpack them until the cold weather has passed by they will get along More rapidly than in the cellar. After the , Jack you cannot say that ran after you at the time of our you never spoke a truer word Maria but neither does the Mousetrap run after the mouse yet it catches it All the european first pavements in Paris were Laid about the year 1200 in London about 1417. Berlin was without pave ments far into the seventeenth Cen Tury. No houses had Glass window before the twelfth Century As la teas the fourteenth Century anything might be thrown out of the windows of Paris London after three time calling out look out shirts were not known until the time of the Cru readers the Fine clothes which la Dies gentlemen wore were Seldom washed but Only occasionally scented. So late As 1550 were to be found in Paris but three carriages while in England coaches Date from1580. Forks were unknown table manners were exceedingly value of system. 1 whether in working or thinking helps on to Success. Working or thinking without system enfeebled the mind leaves the mental faculties in a clogged Condi tion so that they do not work sharply. The mind must be kept Clear clean for the present problem so that it May seize grasp with All its might the thing it is attempting to accomplish. There is Only one Best Way to learn How to act that Way is the Way of system. Systematize your thoughts your energies your abilities. Learn Early in life to do this it will prove the master habit that wins Suc Cess. System less men Are always surprised that the Heads of great enterprises can find so much time for social life for hobbies for travel. They cannot understand it at All. They do not realize that a Man of great organizing ability with a splendid system can do More effective business in a single hour at his office than a system less Man can accomplish in twelve. It is not the number of hours but the effectiveness of the system that tells. One of the advantages of a College course is that it trains the mind to work by system. Whether he likes to or not the student is forced to concentrate his mind when the time comes no matter what his mood or How he feels. Four years of training in this should put the mind into work ing order. It should tune the intellect so that All the strings will be in Harmony. A Good College education should train the mind to think concisely deeply effectively at will.? Orison Swett Marden in Success Maga Zine. Animals in a frenzy. There s danger afoot when captive wild beasts go what those who have charge of wild animals in Captivity especially trainers dread most among the Large beasts is that inexplicable change of temperament on the part of the Ani Mal known in the parlance of the menagerie As going Lions Are Likely to go bad about the tenth year of life tigers two or three years earlier. The male Tiger is the dread of the profession when he reaches this condition because he is More Likely to go4nto a frenzy without warning once gone bad nothing will satisfy him but murder. He will leap for any Man within reach when once his Teeth Are on the Bone nothing but fird will make him relinquish it not always that this going bad May come in the nature of a sudden attack or it May develop slowly be counteracted if taken in time. An old Trainer can usually detect the symptoms of this curious ailment it seems to be in the nature of a disease other Ani Mals recognize it shun the affected one. Tax notice. To the tax payers of Accomac comity notice is hereby riven that the state tax county Levy forthe year 1911 Are now due 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 levies Viz appointments of . Lilliston. Pungoteague oct. 14th, nov. 4th. Afternoon. Belle Haven oct. 30tb, a oct 6ch, ?oct. Both afternoon nov.2d-, morning. Keller oct. 4th, nov. 11th, after noon. Craddockville oct. 16th, 11 to 4quinby?oct. 20th, 11 to 4. Wachapreague oct. 21st, after noon nov. 3d, afternoon. Harborton oct. 24th 25th, afternoon night ?oct. 28th 31st,nov. Is 18th, afternoon. Save Neville nov. 6th, afternoon. Chesconessex n. S.?nov. 10th,afternoon. Nashville nov. 15lh, 11 to 4. Onley oct. 16tli, nov. 16th, after noon. Locustville nov. 17th, ?nov. 14th, afternoon. Finney nov. 20th, Atte Nooh. Tangier nov. Both 9th 10th. Accomac oct. 2d 3d, nov.27th, 28th, 29th 30th. Appointments of w. Pruitt or. Park Ley sept. 30th nov. 24th 25th. Mappsville oct. 6th 7th.atlantic?oct. 18th, afternoon. Bloxom oct. 20th 21st. New Church a oct. 27th 28th. Temperanceville oct. 30r,h 3l�t, nov. 27th, 28th, 29th 30th. Hallwood nov. Is afternoon night. Mode town nov. 2d, afternoon. Hopeton nov. 4th, ?nov. 4th, afternoon. Margatha nov. 4th, 6 30" to 7 30p. M. Bearsville nov. 6th, morning. Poulson nov. 6th, afternoon. Horntown nov. Both 10 a. M. To 2p. M. Greenbackville nov. Both after noon night. Chincoteague nov. 9th, 10th 11th. Marsh Market nov. 16th,morning. Saxis nov. 16th, night 17th, morning. Sanford nov. 17th, afternoon and18th, morning. Hunting greek nov. 20th, morn ing. Leemont nov. 20tb, afternoon. Justis Ville nov. 22d, afternoon. Accomac o. H.?first Day of every court. Those failing to pay their taxes before december is 1911, will have 5 per cent added to their tax Bills As the Law directs. All tax payers Are requested to pay before december is thus save the penalties. Those who have not paid their 1909 1910 taxes Are requested to do us at the appointments most convenient for them. All 1910 capitation tax unpaid by november 15th, 1911, will a returned delinquent. The payment of capitation tax for 1911, will be required six months be fore the november election in 1912 in order to vote. Yours very truly a. Lilliston treasurer. W. Pruitt Deputy " Don t blame the gook if your bread pastry is the foggy indigestible misery making kind. It s dollars to doughnuts that the flour is guilty of the offence. Our flour makes Light White de Licious bread pastry always. Poor Luck is unknown wherein rules the cooking. It insures Good results because it is uniform in Quality monday tuesday wednesday every Day in the week the Best. Candidly can you afford to go on using Hap Hazard flour when our Mill to consumer system puts our Superior product in your Home at less expense we Cut our the retailers sell you flour direct at whole Sale prices. We will save you All those dollars that the retail dealer has previously pocketed. ? try our method. You la never go Back to the old Way. Write us for prices. Eagle Mills Framo cd / Twenty years of fair dealing should justify anyone want ing a Tomb or Monument on this Peninsula in writing to Davis & bro., Laurel del., or seeing our local agents t. G. Kellam Onancock. W. Pruitt Temperanceville Geo. W. Abdell Belle . Devond or Nee Villa. C. Waples with win. Waterall & co., front Mechanic sts., Camden n. J., manufacturers of i combination univer Sal mixed paints White Lead roof paints Eto. For Sale by j. W. Rovers & bros.,Finney, bog�3 & co., Powell & a Ples Martin Mason co., Rogers bros., Rogers & Hoggs. Melfa. A. Marsh & bros., Oheson Neemei . F. Byrd . Baltimore office j614 american bundt off j when its Progress is apparent the danger is not great. All that is required then is a level head the Wisdom to refrain from further inter Ference with the animal. Sometimes this bad temper will last but a Short time again it will be come the permanent condition of the animal. In that Case he is sent to the lonely Cage to spend the rest of his life in comparative obscurity Dis Turbed merely by the passing crowd his daily meals.?Pearson s weekly Napoleon suicide. His draft of Poison his co merits on self destruction it is said that when All seemed lost to Napoleon in 1814?the year before Waterloo he thought of suicide As an end to his career. He actually took a draft of Poison but the essential element in the concoction had lost its Efficacy. He however conquered his inclination to self destruction which he Ever afterwards held in Abhorrence even during his hopeless exile at St Helena. When during his first con Tulshi one of his grenadiers killed himself Napoleon issued an order to the guards the Grenadier Goblin has killed himself owing to a love affair. He 1 was otherwise an excellent Soldier. The first Consul commands that the guards should be informed that a sol Dier ought to conquer the grief bitterness of his passions that there 1 is the same courage in enduring with patience the pangs of the soul As in i facing bravely the fire of a Battery. To give oneself up to grief without resist Ance or to kill oneself to escape is to. Abandon the Field of Battle before being i in a conversation with Goethe a i Poleon blamed the poet for allowing. Werther to commit suicide in 1816 he said to o Meara suicide is the act of a Gambler who has lost everything or of a ruined profligate. I have always though that \u25a0 a Man shows More courage in support � ing the evils that afflict him than in getting rid of Hia \u25a0 tragic in its Brevity. The Story of the Duel Between Hamil ton Burr. The Story of the Hamilton Burr Duel is tragic in its Brevity. The Little party of five the principals their seconds 1 the surgeon was on the ground not Long after Sunrise. The preliminaries were soon arranged. As Pendleton Hamilton s second gave him his pistol he asked will you have the hair Spring set \u25a0 not this time was the significant1 reply then the men faced each \u25a0 other. According to the Best authorities upon a disputed subject Burr fired at the at the report Hamilton started Forward with a convulsive movement reeled involuntarily Dis ? charging his pistol into the foliage above him fell headlong. Burr. With an expression of pain upon his i face sprang toward him but Van Ness i his second seized him by the hurried him Down the Bank into their boat Hamilton being lifted up revive for a moment gasped this is a \u25a0 mortal wound relapsing ? again into unconsciousness he was i a gain revived by the fresh air of thei River. Pendleton knows he said trying to turn toward his friends that i did not intend to tire at at 2 the afternoon following he had breathed his last. Bilious Ness is due to a disordered condition of the stomach. Chamber lain s tablets Are essentially stomach Medicine intended especially to act on that Organ to cleanse it strengthen it tone invigorate it to regulate the liver to banish effectually. For Sale by1all dealers. I Callahan s fall Winter opening of clothing shoes hats furnishings c. They Are All in ready for the in of the Public. We Are offering the greatest inducements Ever offered in this Community. We have marked our Young pm 4 1111 \u25a0 men s suits Down at a Price that will sur prise you. We Are handling the Well known line Schloss Bros the these have no equal at Price. Leading colors Blue Grey Brown. Our shoe department is Ralston health Crossett being our18/ leaders for men. Queen Quality Fred huh s. Todd s for ladies in All the boys Missel children s shoes in abundance. A cordial invitation extended to All. Kywi agent for Isaac hamburger & sons tailored a h. W. Callahan of Pocomoke City Maryland. Registered Stock for Sale. My fall litters of Berkshire pigs Are now ready for shipment furnish pairs or trios not Akir Large gilts will weigh about 150 very Good individuals one male weigh 250 to 300 lbs., Good Berkshire with very fancy head. Will furnish registers ship subject to examination if not satisfactory can be shipped Back to me at my expense. Large Strain barred Plymouth rocks male female. Also Nice pair Bay mares 5 6 years old weighing Between 1 100 1,200 pounds each sound Good worker. A Gray gelding 4 years old sound Good Driver. Everything in the Best of Condi tion. R. Young Onley a. V. Martin & Mason co. Call attention to their Large Stock of. ? Sash doors blinds mouldings builders hardware shingles laths. Lime bricks building material generally. Paints oils painters supplies we Are prepared to Cut House Bills to order also to manufacture barrel Staves Heads of Good i Quality. Our grist Mill will run every sat urday notwithstanding reports to the contrary. We shall at All times be pleased to show Bur goods invite you to Call inspect our Stock before making your purchases we will save you Money. Martin & Mason cot Harbor con. A. Removal. The Public will pleas take notice that i have moved Back to my old stand next door to Bell harness co. John t. Robinson at. Singer sewing machine co. And dealer in pianos organs sewing machine supplies. The patronage of the pub Lic solicited cemetery notice. Persons in Accomac adjoining counties Wishington mar the grave of a relative or Friend with a Monument Tablet Tomb or Headstone a Marble or polished Granite can. No do so Ata very Small outlay As we keep in Stock a Large collection of finished work of i extern designs of the Best workmanship at the very lowest prices. 115 n. Liberty St. Near Lexington also 314 8. Charleu St. Gaddess Brothers established seventy lire inn Baltimore my j new York Phila. & Norfolk r. R. In Job effect april 30, 1911. South bound trains. No. 49 no. 87 no. 45 no. 41 no. 47 i eave . A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M. York -9 00 1238 338 800ladelphia 1117 545 800 657 10 00 Wilmington 12 02 657 344 653 10 44 Baltimore 10 00 135 455 900 leave a. M. . . . . Delmar 310 10 45 657 1015 185 Salisbury 310 vol 709 1027 148 Tasley 439 109 914 Ca Echarles to 16 430 10 26 480 old Point 800 620 620 nor Olk arrive 905 725 725 North bound trains. No. 44 n0.48 no. 50 no. 80 no. W leave . . . . . Norfolk 800 615 800 old Point 845 715 845 Ca Echarles 1105 930 600 1135 Tasley 10 49 131 il2 Salisbury 784 135 1225 942 819 Delmar 801 200 12 54 10 15 859 arrive a. M. P. M. A. M. P. M Wilmington ll22 435 405 741 . Philadelphia 12 08 522 600 826 Baltimore 12 40 6 52 6 01 9 50 new York . 256 805 782 1118 trains 49 50 daily. Trains 37, 45, 41, 47, 44, 48, 80 46 daily except sunday. B. B. Rookh r. V. Massey raffle Maniar. Superintend in the District court of the uni ted states for the Eastern District of Virginia. No. 1053. In bankruptcy. Order of notice of discharge. In the matter of Francis h. Dryden bankrupt. On this 15th Day of september a.d., 1911, on Reading the petition for Dis charge of the bankrupt it disordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 23rd Day of october a. D., 1911, before said court at Norfolk in said District at 12 o clock noon that notice there of be published in the Peninsula enter prise a newspaper printed in said District that All known creditors other persons in interest May appear at the said time place showcase if any they have Why the prayer of the said Petitioner should not be granted.it is further ordered by the court that the clerk shall Send by mail to All known creditors copies of said petition this order addressed totem at their places of residence As St std witness the honorable Edmun Waddill jr., judge of the said court the Seal thereof at Norfolk in said District on the 15th Day of sep tember a. D., 1911. Attest Joseph p. Brady clerk. By d. Arthur Kelsey Deputy t. Hudson 1 atty. For bankrupt. Luther t. Lewis Sailmaker at f. C. Lewis store Hunting Creek a. A repair work done . Can cancer be cored it can. The record of the Kellam Hospital is without in history having cured to stay cured permanently without the use of the knife or a Layover 90 per cent of the Many hundreds of sufferers from cancer which it has treated Dur ing the past fifteen years. We have been endorsed by the Senate legislature of Virginia. We guarantee our cures. Physicians treated free. Kellam Hospital 11617 West main Street Richmond Virginia Chalmers motor cars Herreshoff motor cars built for business. Little Tho Roberds. Chalmers 36 touring car $1,800.00 self starter no Chalmers 30 roadster $1,500.00 Complete. No a cranking inflates tires no tedious pumping of tires tras to buy. Specifications same As the 30 touring Speed transmission 36x4 m. Tires with Demountable rims. Bosch dual ignition system Presto Lite tank an lamps full set of tools tire repair kit. Chalmers 30 touring car. Wheel base 115 inches fore doors ventilate 30 horse Power cylinders cast in Chalmers mohair top Windshield Presto Lite tank lamps. Complete no extras to but s 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 an lamps full set of tools Jack pump tire repair kit. Tha Ideal doctors . A Terry distributor for the Eastern Shore 7mappsburg, a. An insurance policy is As valuable As a deed. And it is a guarantee against misfortune when backed by assets. It costs Nomore to get Thebes. I protect your Homeland by iness against fire by a policy Inone of the following companies assets. Surplus to policy insurance co., n. Y. $30,179,913 $15,329 613aetna insurance co., Conn. 21,023,554 12,369 016 Hartford insurance co. 24,363,635 8,923 967fidelity-Phoenix, n. Y. 13,790,298 5,73408 Phila. Underwriters. 24,768,966 10891 ,086n. Y. Underwriters 24,363,635 8,923 967germania fire n. Y. 6,648,971 3,021 740. Petersburg saving & ins. Co. 3,1cf ,.i47 822926".saint Paul fire & Marine 7,028,704 1,908 712.hamburg Bremen fire 1,985,139 663443williamsburg City n. Y. 2,844,451 917548va. Fire & Marine ins. Co. 1,590,315 798,288london Assurance corp. 3,665.813 1,195075. Caledonian insurance co. 2,078,920 579736queen of America. 9,025,889 4,389 12fcamerican surety company 2,500,000 2,500000. Represented by Kelly & Nottingham agents Onancock Virginia. 1 Hub you in h hurry doors windows. Blinds Cement v 1lime, hair flooring ceiling facings siding or moulding fan kind if so write or phone Ashburn & King 1 Pocomoke Maryland. They have a full line of every thing thoroughly seasoned ready for shipment. Your Trade solicited. 1 William s. Ashby with likes Berwanger & co., clothiers 8, 10 & 12e. Baltimore St tailors Baltimore my. Furnishes a Dollar saved is a Dollar made. Are you thinking of building this fall if so come to see me save Money on doors windows Liuda paints oils Cement plaster Paris Terra gotta piping of All sizes plastering laths Shin Gles of All grades sizes building material of All kinds. We also carry in Stock at lowest Price furniture stoves Hay Corn hog Poul try wire Best in world flour at ss.2s? fact usually kept in first class country store. Save Money by coming to my store. Ben g. Johnson Marsh Market a. If you need buggy or harness acc new Church an 866 me be fore you buy. I have the largest \ Stock on hand i Ever carried Ama \ constantly adding to same. You will i a yrs Ike i 1 Vii j Fin everything at my place of Busi Ness in a first class marriage Job saddlery establishment such As whips blankets Robes collars a pads full line of Stock food Lini i ments Healing powders disinfect ii a \ v Tants. Clocks watches spectacles my i \ Eye glasses also Gem or. Safety m razors. A full line of paints Oil varnishes both for buggy and \ a a i have a few second hand buggies from $5.00 to $15.00. Call for what you want the Price is right. G w. Covington new Church a. Parksley Marble works is inv Farble Granite Mlonu-4rt, headstones Tab. . I also dealers in Iron Fence ? e. Howard proprietor Parksley a. I Ltd

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