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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - December 1, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Old time middies they were tots of schoolboys some not in their teens. Too Young to Wear swords 80 the midgets War armed with Dirk though Farragut and Porter being in Battles at the ago of twelve. Something More than Hundred years ago the midshipman was indeed the midst Limite that lie was popularly called or he was but a mite of a lad usually receiving his appointment be fore he reached his teens. Admirals Farragut and Porter were midshipmen afloat and in pitched Battles at twelve ? years of age and Goldsborough was appointed when Only seven years old. Nowadays however the midshipman is quite a different person. He cannot enter the naval Academy under fifteen and is therefore when on a regular cruising ship after completing his four years academic course usually a Well developed Man physically mature and athletic and with a trained mind. He is far better equipped mentally than the lieutenants and Many of the captains of even seventy years ago. The. Old time middles were Mere schoolboys. All. The warships of any size carried in their regular comple. Ments a schoolmaster whose duty it was to give the lads As Liberal an Edu cation As possible in the Odd periods Between strictly professional duties. This rating of schoolmaster was abolished in fact Only about Twenty years ago but after the establishment of the naval Academy in 1841, these officials devoted their energies to the Sailor apprentices Only the enlisted boys of the . Even these now obtain their education on Shore. There is a tradition that the three brass buttons the midshipman wears on the sleeve of his full dress coat Dur Inglis four years at Annapolis originated a Century or More ago when their presence was needed to discourage the youngsters from brushing their noses with their sleeves. This is prob ably c base slander modern research indicating that the buttons Are relics of the Days when there was cuff Flap on the sleeve. At All events the extreme youth of the midst Limite used to lie his most conspicuous characteristic. Instead of the full sized regulation officer s sword that he now carries he wore a Little bar Algut bladed Dirk about a foot Long. He was to a Large extent a messenger for carrying orders about the ship but also took charge of boats and commanded men despite Bis youth. He was frequently placed in charge of a prize captured in War. Taking her into port and not infrequently suppressing mutinies among the prisoners Oil Board. Farragut was a prize master at twelve and got his prize safely in. The title midshipman is an ancient one. He is above the seamen and the Petty officers Forward and below the commissioned officers in the wardroom aft hence there was formerly a higher Grade called passed midshipman but this was abolished be fore the War Between the states. Then the Grade was restored but called mid Shipman the former midshipman be ing designated As a Cadet midshipman. In isb2 the Tytla. Of the latter was changed to naval Cadet which it still remains and the midshipmen were merged with the ensigns. Accordingly the time honoured title of midshipman no longer exists officially in the United states Navy. While officially a naval Cadet that you Jig officer is still regarded and often referred to verbally As a midshipman for be is the same creature As of old As far As his duties go. But by the Side of his. Earlier prototype the twentieth Century middy is a savant. Trigonometry was about As High up in mathematics As the cd timer Ever went. The twentieth Century lad goes far beyond. He goes through analytical geometry of three dimensions differential and integral calculus applied mechanics. Gunnery a Hundred Yei trs ago was Little More than loading aiming and filing at Short ranges t now involves metallurgy theory of the combustion of powder gases stress and Strain me of Apical engineering manufacture and preservation of Complex explosives and other abstruse subjects in All of which the midshipman of the present Day must be proficient. Midshipmen were conspicuous in All our Early wars notably those with the Barbary states with the Indian pirates and with the British la 1812. They were equally conspicuous during our conflicts with the Spanish and Fili pinos. Midshipmen naval cadets had charge of the extremely hazardous Pliket duty in the Santiago blockade close under the Spanish batteries and often under musketry fire from Shore. Cadet Rowel ran his open launch right into the Harbor of Santiago after the Merrimac. Remained All night under the menacing guns of the inner batteries and steamed out again under their fire in the morning.?new York press. Blood and fire. A French editor anxious for sensations came into his office and asked his Deputy what had happened. Noth ing he was told except that a Man s nose had been bleeding in the place de la concorde and a Chimney is of Are in enough said the other and wrote the placard blood and fire in Paris hurry and cunning Are the two apprentices of and skill but neither of them Ever learns his Mas ters trade.?col ton. Alike but different. The teacher had the letters a at on the blackboard and was trying to teach Little Pansy peevish to pronounce the word but Pansy could t come it. Think said the teacher. What is it that has some whiskers and comes up on the porch late at night when it is cold and begs to come into the House of i know exclaimed Little Pansy a great Light dawning. It s papa Galveston news. The trial heat. Ethel engaged a week ? George and i have never had a quarrel. Maud of i think you ought to have one be fore you Are married. Otherwise you Cah t be quite sure whether you Are going to have your own Way or not Exchange. An offset. You lost Money of your Chanty a Raar did t you yes but did Yon Ever see such Lovely costumes Cleveland Plain dealer pythons As pets. The Man liked them but they were not appreciated by his wife. An englishman who spent much time in Bengal Tel s in Blackwood s Maga Zine about a couple of pythons that were kept As pets. He says one hears a Good Deal about the snakes but one sees very Little of them at any time and in cold weather Noth ing at All. Indeed the Only snakes i saw were two great pythons which a planter kept in one of his indigo vats for his private delectation. He loved to watch them and feed them and poke them with a stick and see their Flat vicious Heads drive at it with the Speed and Force of a steam Hammer. His wife liked them less because one of them had once escaped from the and wandered into her bedroom. It was daytime and she was resting from the heat and hearing it Advance breathing heavily she thought it was her somewhat asthma tical Fox terrier and told it to he Down. As it seemed to be making for her bed instead she looked up to find that it was one of the pythons looking for a warm place in which to lie. Her screams brought her husband who. Annoyed by this Esca Pade of a pet which his wife had never properly appreciated thoughtlessly seized it by the neck with the result that in a twinkling it had knotted itself around his Arm and nearly pulped it before his bearer could arrive and get it by the Tail. Two men it seems can Deal with a Python fairly effectively by grasping each an end of it thus preventing it from weaving itself into the coils that crush. But no single Man is of much use for the reason that he cannot in the nature of things grasp and keep taut an eighteen foot length of Writh ing muscle. The plaster told me that As it was his Arm had turned Black and Blue All Over As if it had been squeezed in a heavy door and it was weeks be fore he could use it. But he still loved his reformed by a song. Nordica saved her jewels and made a thief an honest Man. Mme. Lillian nordic the Singer once upon returning from a concert tour decided to go straight to her Villa in France accompanied Only by her maid. She knew there were no serv ants there at the time but Felt no alarm. They arrived in the Early even ing and enjoyed being Home again. At nearly Midnight they sat softly talking together with Only the Mellow Moonlight flooding the rooms when they heard a window off the South Balcony being raised and an instant later Steps were heard in the Hall. Almost paralysed with fear no one to help no weapon at hand there. Flashed Over the Prima Donna a Realiza tion of her Power of song. It has moved thousands she thought and with trembling notes she began to sing what had been uppermost in her thoughts before the Entrance of the in Truder Home Sweet the exquisite voice grew steadier and it rang out in its sweetest purest strains. Then followed old folks at Home but her audience had gone. The maid saw a dark figure creep through the window and steal across the Lawn and out of the Gate. Some weeks later Nordica received the following letter dear Madame on the night of the i entered your Home to relieve you of All your diamonds jewels and Money but an Angel song rang out in the Sweet words of Mother s songs and my hand and heart were arrested and i vowed never never again to do aught that would sorrow that sainted one. Lam now engaged in honest work. God bless you ladies Home journal. Each otherness. Nothing is of real value in the world except people. Never Hurt a pers ii by a wrong thought or by word or by act. Never Hurt each other. Then go on a big discovering expedition and find each other. Never say that person has nothing in him for that Only Means that you Haven t found it yet. Then last of All never think you Are the Only person. You Are just a part of each you Are not some body and the rest of us everybody else. We Are each other. Life is each other Ness not everybody-elseness.?St. Nich Olas. Graves in Pawn. In times of financial difficulties the look hogans residents of the South Western Isla rids of Japan sometimes Pawn the Graves of their relatives. They Are always redeemed however failure to do so meaning family Dis Grace. The Turtle Back shaped tombs usually located on a Hillside facing the water Are elaborate affairs of Stone and Cement and their Cost and Upkeep often bankrupt the family. Hopeless. Why Don t you make up your mind to cease permitting your wife to Hen Peck you i have made it up half a dozen times but it does t seem to do any Good at All. She refuses to concede that i have a mind."?Chicago trib Une. English As she is chauffeur to deaf Farmer on a Maine Road can you Tell me Sare vere i get some of be Mazzoline Farmer with his hand to his ear ? hey French chauffeur non non non not Ebay be Mazzoline. Ziss Eez a motor car not a horse.?Harper s. Peculiar. One o fie mos curios St things about a fool said Uncle Eben is de Way hell holler and git mad if you Don t let him show off his Washington Star. Her strikes. Or. Benedict do you know my dear i think we have a pretty Good Cook. How does she strike you mrs. Benedict for More wages about Oncea week.? bits. Showed ?do you think it would be conceited of me to say i made this dress myself Grace sweetly not conceited dear Only superfluous. London watch dog. Children Are much More Likely to contract the contagious diseases when they have colds. Whooping cough diphtheria Scarlet fever and consumption Are diseases that Are often contracted when the child has a cold. Thatis Why All medical authorities say be Ware of co is for the Quick cure of colds you will find nothing better tha Chamberlain s cough remedy it can always be depended upon and is pleas ant fld Safe to take. For Sale by Al dealers. Harps Are costly. And 80 Are their Fanoy covers and curious looking trunks. Every Harp should have a cover for its Protection from dust and dampness and these covers Are made sometimes of Canvas or Waterproof stuff but usually for Home use of Canton flan Nel of Felt or of Corduroy. These Cov ers Are not simply Loose bags to cover the Harp but in each Case tailor made to flt the individual Harp. Such Harp covers Cost from $2.50 to to each. Costlier Harp covers Are made of silk of any desired color to harmonize with a room or its fittings and Cost perhaps $35 or s4o. New harps of american make which Are said to be the Best in the world Cost from shoo to $2,000, while second hand harps May be bought at $125 and upward. Most new harps Are shipped by the makers in wooden cases which tire made to flt the most costly harps Are now shipped in Harp trunks in each Case made for them. Harp owners who do not Owna trunk May have one made to order so that the trunk shall flt the Harp. Harps weigh fifty to seventy five pounds each. A Harp trunk weighs about 150pounds and costs so. The Harp is placed within this trunk in its cover and the trunk is so padded within As to hold the Harp securely. There Are made Many Odd looking trunks for various special uses but a Harp trunk is about As curious looking a contraption As any of them.?new York Sun. Shrines in Japan. Those within the guarded Gates of Asa Kuse Temple. Asa Kuse Temple is dedicated to the goddess Kwa non a tiny image of Gold about two and a half inches High writes a traveler in Japan. At the Entrance to the Temple grounds on either Side of the immense Gate stand two Large and fearful looking figures guarding the sacred precincts. Hang in outside the wire grating Are a num ber of sandals for their use if they wish to take a walk and Rice is sprinkled about. Each worshipper before entering the Temple Calls at Small build ing and after contributing a Small amount washes Bis bands and rinses his Mouth. Morn Zmyj a Tess and ted school shoes Are mad for All purposes in the Tess and ted line of shoe for girls and boys we have a style forever occasion. There Are styles suit Able for the Dainty misses sunday Wear to styles suitable for big boy who Are out in All kind of can clothe any girl s or boy s fee with a pair of. Tess and ted school shoes i because they Are made in All leathers and weights for All kinds of have a big Stock of these bet ter shoes also a display of them incur window. We would like to show them to you Tess and ted school shoes Are members of the Star Brand family have the Star Traile Markon every Heel and most people know that Star Brand shoes Are s. J. Bull Onano ook. A is your watch on its last legs let us put your watch on its feet again an make it an accurate reliable time keeper once have operated on and cured so Many Bic watches that we guar Antee every watch turned out to keep time for a period Ozone yours in and let us make Yon a Price on the Job. No use to carry a watch around that is merely an ornament. Put it to work again. Better attend to it to Day. W. J. Neville. Onancock Selling agent for South Bend watches. In front of the main shr be is a Large aperture in the floor covered with lattice work into which the worshipper casts his gift after clapping his hands to awaken or attract the attention of the god he kneels but his prayer is Only Brief. While there is one chief shrine there Are Many others under the same roof. One shrine especially attracted my attention. It was made of Wood and quite disfigured and worn through the constant rubbing of bands on the spot corresponding to the afflicted portions of the sufferers bodies."?Chicago news. Horseshoes in Turkey in Many parts of Turkey horseshoes Are simply a Flat plate of Iron with a Hole in the Middle. An extraordinary method still obtains in portions of the ottoman Empire of shoeing the horse. The Farrier doubles a Long rope and knots a Loop at the end to about the size of a Large horse Collar. This is put Over the horse s head after the manner of a horse Collar and the knot rests on the horse s Chest the next step is to bring the two ends of the rope Between the animal s legs each rope then taken by a Man is hitched on the fetlock of the horse s legs and brought through the Loop in front then by a hard steady pull the Hind legs Are drawn up to the fore legs and the horse Falls heavily on its Side. All four feet Are now tied to Gether by the fetlock the horse is propped up of his Back and the Farrier sits quietly Down beside him takes off the old shoes and puts on the new.? new York Herald. I have r i. Reds that Are red to the skin and White Wyandotte a that Are White. Come and " see for yourself. Eggs from carded fowl per of from pure bred free Range reds 50cts per 15, $3.50 per 100t. J. Kilmon Keller a the Hen that lays is the Hen that single comb White leghorn Wychoff Strain. The Large White for hatching fifteen 75c. $4 00per 100. Baby Chicks to 00 per and one year old hens . Let me Book your order today. A Square Deal every time. Robert e. Smith Nassawadox. Virginia. Re. C. Rhode Island reds. Exclusively. I have selected from 2,755 Birds 125 of my Best Birds to fill my Breeding pens. From these Birds i offer eggs per setting of 15 and $6.00 per100. Day old Chicks $12.00 per 100. Indian runner ducks a specially. From the thousands of ducks i raised last year i have selected the Best Formy Breeding pens. From these Birds i offer eggs at per setting of 12 and $6.00 per 100-.i Trust my customers realize there Isa difference in Stock and eggs fro selected Breeding pens and the free Range flocks of fowl where scrubs and All Lay together. Eastern Shore poultry farm Trower a. Twenty years of fair dealing should justify anyone want ing a Tomb or Monument on this Peninsula in writing to of Vii & biro., Laurel Del or seeing our local agents t. G. Kellam Onancock. W. A butt Temperanceville to w. Abdull. Belle Haven t t or Wiroj or Intro Villa can cancer be cured it can. The record of the Kellam Hospital is without parallel in history haying cured to stay cure permanently without the use of the knife or Ray Over 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 an legislature of Virginia. We . Physicians treated free. Kellam Hospital 1617 West main Street. Richmond Virginia what it really was the District inspector was visiting the school and As this was an important event the pupils had been instructed to memorize a verse or two to recite for the entertainment of the visitor. During the delivery of his verse one Small boy was especially noticeable for the action with which he accompanied his lines so noticeable that the teacher complimented him upon the ease with which he spoke and the practice which he must have devoted to the piece. It was Fine Johnnie she exclaimed in closing and shows a Large amount of rehearsal. But How did you learn the gestures " Tain t gestures replied tie Young Genius with a twist it s the hives."? ladies Home journal. Training her. Once Little sister was not very Well and All Day Long she had been fractions and domineering. At last six year old Johnnie s patience came to an end. Mother he demanded Don t you want sister to be a Good wife like you when she s big of course my Well then Why Don t you Start her right you insist on my giving her everything she wants just because she s a girl and Littler n me but you re a great Deal Littler n daddy and yet every night when he comes Home you jump out of the easy chair and say Here s your chair John dear Here s the new Magazine let me run and get your slippers " and before his sup prised Mother could Frame a reply Johnnie swooped Down and Tore his cars from the hands of the screaming baby. Shell be a terrible wife if we Don t begin to train her " he remarked calmly As he strode from the room his treasures under his Arm. Ladies Home journal. Retort of a Bonaparte the former King of Westphalia Aman of wit. Was one Day examining an in stand upon the table of some one we know. The writer at whose House Jerome Bonaparte was at that moment had brought Back from a. Trip to the Alps made in company with Charles Nodier. Some years before a bit of Steatite in serpentine carved and hollowed into an in stand which he had purchased of a Chamois Hunter of the mer de Glace. Jerome Bonaparte was looking at this. I what is it he asked. I my replied the writer. Then he added it is Steatite. And mire nature who makes this charming Green Stone out of a Little dirt and i Admire much More the men responded Jar Rome Bonaparte who make an in stand out of this for a brother of Napoleon this was not a bad reply and he should be credited with it for the in stand is to Aem Troy the sword.? Victor Hugo. Don t blame the gook if your bread and pastry is the foggy indigestible misery making kind. It s dollars to doughnuts that the flour is guilty of the offence. Our floor makes Light White de Licious bread and pastry Luck is unknown where it rules the cooking. It insures Good results because it is uniform in Quality monday tuesday wednesday and every Day in the week the Best. Candidly can you afford to go on using Hap Bazard flour when our Mill to consumer system puts our Superior product a your Home at less expense we Cut our the retailers profits. We sell you flour direct at whole--1 Sale prices. We will save you All those dollars that the retail dealer has previously pocket of. Try our method. You la never go Back to the old Way. Write us for prices. Eagle Mills re a i j h. T. White. E White for ale. Try our l. E. P. Demis & son High Grade fertilizers for an Early White and a big crop of Sweet Pota toes. Six horses 4 to 9 years old. Hay Oats Mill feed Coal All Kepi on hand for immediate delivery. We handle most everything carried by the retail merchant direct Frorer manufacturers. Also bananas apples cabbage and other Fri s and vegetables. Glad to have a share of your Patron age at the lowest Market prices. Harry t. White & son wholesale grocers brokers and manufacturers agents Mckemie Park a. New York Phila. & Norfolk r. R. In effect november 26. 1 113. South bound trains.1 no 49 no. Is no. 45 no 41 no. 47 leave p m. A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M Newyork . 900 12 38 338 Bof Philadelphia 11 17 533 300 557 Loof a. M. Wilmington 12 02 647 344 653 10 44 p. M. Baltimore 1000 410 135 455 9 leave a. M. A. M. P m. P. M. P. M. Delmar 3co 1040 702 10 16 13 Salisbury 310 of to 7 Ltd 10 27 14 Tasley 439 101 02i Cape Charles 0 16 48" 10 40 4 told Point co 82" 8norfolkarrive 9 06 7 26 7 2. North Boon i trains. No. 44 no. 48 no. 50 no 80 no. � leave a. M a m. Pm. P. M. A. M Norfolk 800 615 80 ? tailors and importers 127 and 129 East Fayette St., equitable building Opp. Court House Baltimore my. Or. Ashby will greatly appreciate a visit from his Many friends when in the City. Fresh eggs wanted. Ship us All you can commission one cent pee dozen. You can obtain better average results by consigning your eggs to reliable commission House Han you can by Selling to speculators whore looking for the profits you should have. We do not buy egg but handle them on commission Only which places us in a position to give your shipments our undivided attention. If your name is no on oar mailing list write for shipping cards and make us a trial shipment results will please you. Brown & Root co., 165-167 Reade St., new York. References commercial agencies Irving Nat l. Exchange Bank n. Y Oliver r. Nelson manager egg department. Winter goods. Save Money by buying your Winter goods of us new line now open bought direct from factory Anc offered at lowest margin of profit ingress goods notions shoes for men boys ladies and children matting in All grades agricultural implements All kinds of Mill feeds. American steel wire Fence 39, 41, 47 and 53 inches High &c., a. Flour a specially. Call and let us save you Money. J. W. Rogers & bro., Onley. A. Greetings 1011 Kelly & Nottingham q9ijlfll Onancock Virginia. We extend to you and yours Best wishes for a " Happy and prosperous new year. We thank you for a Large increase in our Busi Ness during the past year. ? � i talk with Kelly & look to your interests Farmers. Buy your fertilizers of a reliable company the Virginia Carolina chemical Cote biggest fertilizing company in the world with brands for All crops of any analysis at As equal or lower Price. Delivered at All stations and landings on Seaside or Bayside at the lowest possible Price for Standard and reliable goods. Testimonials furnished when asked for. Write or phone p. S. Stewart general agent Onancock for any information desired. You can also get the Price and terms irom agents m. S. Wilson Cheri ton a. T. Hickman fainter w h. Phillips Melfa r. A. Turlington Kller s. R. Belote Onley g. Scarborough Onancock Ashton Fletcher Jenkins Bridge j. W. Shrieves Cashville and or. John e. Nottingham jr., Frank town will also Forward orders to p. S. Stewart. Parksley Marble works \u25a0jrf manufacturers of it Marble and Granite Moriu-mentl3, headstones tub x also dealers in Iron Howard proprietor Parksley a. Notice to creditors. Commissioner s office Accomac c. H., va., february 28, 1912. The following creditors of William j. Beloate who died at Hopeland near Mode town in this county about 1873, Are hereby notified that i have in my Possession about $240.00, which Iam ordered by a decree of court to distribute pro rata among the said creditors their personal representatives or distributes Viz we , Aser shield John w. Payne Adelia Taylor Byrd & Taylor Nathaniel b. Conquest. Edward t. White John t. Watson we. Nock. Josephj. Ennis John w. Rowley Leroy , m. Brady or. Francis parties will kindly communicate with me without delay in closing stamp for under my hand the Day an year first above written. Sam l. T. Robs,2-t Virginia ? in the oleic a office of the circuit court of the county of Accomac on the 24th Day of february a. D., 1912 Samuel j. Shield and wife and others contestants against Robert l. Shield and Frank , executors of John t. Shield deceased and others for object of this suit is to deter mine whether the paper writing Pur porting to be the last will and Testa ment of John t. Shield deceased and admitted to probate by the clerk of Accomac circuit court is the True last will and testament of the said decedent. And an affidavit having been mad and filed that the defendants Rich Ard w. Shield and Lottie his wife Jennie Lind shield Mary , Louise shield Samuel k. Shield and Estelle shield the last three of whom Are infants under theage of Twenty one years Are nonresidents of the state of Virginia it is ordered that they do appear her within fifteen Days after due Publica tion Hereof and do what is necessary to protect their interests in this it is further ordered that copy Hereof be published Oncea wee for four successive weeks in the Peninsula Enterprise a naw Spampi a published in the county of acco Mack and that a copy be posted atthe front door o tie court House of this county on or before the next succeeding Rule Day from the Date Hereof. John d. Grant jr., clerk. A copy Teste John d. Grant jr., clerk John s. Wise and Wescott & Turlington p q. 3 2,-12 -4t. Virginia in the clerk s office of the circuit court of the Zoua Tyhof Accomac on tha 21st Day of february a. T 1912.wiliiam r Young plaintiff against Willis l. Hale and Georgia e Hale his wife in right of said wife defendants in chancery. The object of this suit is to enforce the specific performance of a certain contract entered into by and be tween the said Georgie e. Hale an the said William r Young for the Sale and Purchase of a certain tract or parcel of land situate lying and being Neir Tasley station in the county of Accomac and state of Viiginia known As Russell farm containing one Hundred and fourteen 114 acres More or less and bounded on the North by what is know Beach farm now owned by John p. L. Hopkins on the East bythe land of the said John p. L. Hop Kins on the youth by the lands of s Oswald Mason and on the West by the land of miss Caroline Beloate together with All the privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging or appertaining and an affidavit having been made and filed that the defendants Willis l Hale and Georgie e. Hale Are not residents of the state of Virginia it is ordered that they do appear her within fifteen a s after due Publica tion Hereof and do what is necessary to protect their interests in this suit. And it is Lurther ordered that a copy Hereof be published once a week for four successive weeks in the Penin Sula Enterprise a newspaper published in the county of a Comaca and that a copy be posted at the front door of the court House of this county on or before the next succeed ing Rule Day from the Date Hereof. John d. Grant jr., clerk. A copy Teste John d. Grant jr., Turlington and Warner. Ames p. Q. Virginia in the clerk s office of the circuit court of the count of Accomac on the 15th Day off february. A. D1912. Charles h. R. Mears a creditor of Susan Drummond deceased who sues etc., plaintiff against Susan Drummnond s administrators and others defendants in chancery. The object of this suit is to parti tion the lands of which Susan drum mond died seized and possessed. And an affidavit having been made and filed that the defendants Ulie Allen Amanda Allen Anna Al Len and Edward Allen Are nonresidents of the state of Virginia it is ordered that they do appear Here within fifteen Days after due publication Hereof and do what is necessary to protect their interests in this suit. And it is Lurther ordered that a copy Hereof be published a week for four successive weeks in the Peninsula Enterprise a newspaper published in the county of Accomac and that a copy be posted at the front door of the court House of this county on or before the next succeeding Rule Day from the Date Hereof. John d. Grant jr., copy Teste John d. Grant jr., c. t. Ross p. Q. Virginia in the clerk s office of the circuit court of the count of Accomac on the 13cb. Day of february 1912. Alvirta w. Hull & wife plaintiffs against George n. Trower & wife it ,in object of this suit is to parti tion the land of which Kate b. Tun Nell and Mary t. Tunnell died seized and possessed. And an affidavit having been mad and filed that the defendant car Rie a Tunnell is not a resident of the state of Virginia it is ordered that she do appear Here within fifteen Days after due publication Hereof and do what is necessary to protect ber interests in this suit. And it i further ordered that a copy Hereof published once a week Lor four successive weeks in the Peninsula Enterprise a newspaper published inthe county of Accomac and that copy be posted at the front door of the court House of this county on orb Etore the next succeeding Rule Day from the Date Hereof. John d. Grant jr., copy Teste John d. Grant jr., 0. 0.roy d. White and Wescott & tur Lington p. Q. 2-17- l2-46

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