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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - December 11, 1907, Big Stone Gap, Virginia New Silver tableware ingenious device Bluit arc useful besides 15,-Itik highly ornamental. The nhu6ually attractive and original novelties in Sterling and plated Silver Ware now shown in the shops make the buying of useful wedding gifts birth Day remembrances mid no longer o task. Dainty Tamo accessories Are particularly tempting and every Young housewife is much More pleased to receive something useful to beautify her dining table than she is to have her dressing table or Secretary receive All the attention and so Many really new and pretty things Are now being devised that the Matron who has passed her Sil ver wedding Day Suav Ilsc find to no Xii dance of articles that fill a Long Felt want. The new Broad baskets Are Oblong in shape shallow Little claw feet to rest upon. The sides of the Basket Are of a very open pattern to rep resent wheat ears and grass. Stalks of the same Grain fein a Graceful handle is each end of the dish. Silver Jelly tumblers and mat malade Jar holders arc in openwork scroll patterns arc fastened firmly to a Silver plate and have a solid cover. The Glass or Jar is placed inside and the Jam spoon rests upon the plate. Both Worcestershire and Tabasco in acc us thought by epicurus not to have the same flavor if not taken from the orig Inal Botts. Some Quick witted person has devised a Holder of filigree Silver in which to stand the bottle thus making the unsightly bottle an ornament. Hot sauces arc indispensable for Many dishes and a Clever englishman has in vented something to take the place of the unsatisfactory Gravy boats so Long in use. It is a vessel of Silver shaped like a Low shallow Pitcher with a Long pointed nose Ami a Burnt Ivory or Ebony handle. A hinged cover fits closely Over the top of this vessel with an Ivory Knob for a handle. This Pitcher rest upon a slender Standard fastened securely to an Oblong Silver plate holding a tiny alcohol lamp so that the sauce can be kept steaming and the guest unfortunate enough to be served last at a Long table need not decline his much desired sauce because the Gravy is already be coming set. Eight dollars for a Grater and Why not these graters Are of Sil ver and exceedingly ornamental As Well As useful. The flavor of Nutmeg is Dis liked by Many Bur for others a dish is not Complete without a dash of this Cou diemut. Handy device each guest May suit his own taste and one almost wishes to like Nutmeg for the pleasure of having a closer look at the Little Silver ornaments. Silver Mutton Bone holders Are a Boon to every Carver. They Are of Plain Sil ver with a chased rim. And made to tit Over the Boue. They Are held securely in place by a Small Thumbscrew. The tall and slender Silver bound Cut Glass pitchers for Claret cup or fancy drinks have finally had a Seco Lunid for them. It has a deep egg shaped cowl and an ornament d twisted Hanul. Which is amply Long enough to come above the top of the largest size Pitely v. What is prettier for a Little git 10 an invalid than a lemonade spoon the bowl of the spoon is a Gold shaped sin a Long round slim handle starts from under the Shell and is finished at the ton with a tiny Ball. This handle is hollow and makes a Silver Straw through which to draw the lemonade. The newest chocolate spoons have the same rounded bowls As formerly but Havo decorated Dresden handles. The chafing dish is no neglected. One set has three Large spoon and two Forks one Fork Lour tined and the other with two Large tines. The handles Are of ornamental Silver and also of Beauty fury polished Burnt Ivory. The White porcelain pie plate can now have a Silver Frame resting upon four Little balls for feet. The plate tits perfectly in this openwork Silver Case. A Long and slender openwork pie knife comes with the Frame new Yorkson. Men s Aad women s theater lint. Even the worm will turn. The ques tion of women s hats at Heaters Lias entered upon an acute phase. During the performance offline Potiphar at the Athenee cd Merue a gentle Man seated in the orchestra stalls coolly retained his headgear and when protests and cries were raised around him he Tock no notice of them. An official hav ing walked up to him with a polite remonstrance he quietly pointed to two ladies seated in front of him with hats much higher than his own and re marked that so Long As that was Allowe d he would continue to act Asho had done. Allusion was to n made to the police commissary whereupon the gentleman left his place and requested that his Money might be re turned. As this was refused he took his departure but he has lose no time in summoning the manager to appear i fore the Justice of the peace by the the que Stich Wii be thrashed our. The document with which the manager has been presented sets Forth that there is no Rule compel Ling men to remove their hats at then tors and that moreover it is Idle to pretend that their headgear prevents the other spectators from witnessing the performance inasmuch As women s bars which Are now of ridiculously exaggerated proportions Are , it is added does the difference of pc suffice to explain this unfair treat ment seeing that u Are often in More need of u head covering than women. Accordingly the gentleman asks that the Price of his stall shall be returned to him and that 50 francs shall Ulso be paid As compensation f r his having been deprived of the pleasure of wit Nessing the performance London Telegraph i preventing scurvy at is. Nansen As a or that Servy can. Asizy be avoided in Arctic expeditious by the use of properly preserved meat and fish supporting the theory of professor torus of Christiania that the disease is duo to poisoning from bad meat. Scurvy was not so Long ago the usual attendant of Long sea voyages. The first us Aucta. In the reign of Edward Iii there went Bristol three Brothers who were nent clothiers and Woolen weavers and whose family name was Blanket Fth were the first persons that comfor Tubolo material which has Ever sine a been called by Luiei Rhame and which was their used for peasants cloth aug. _ John Banyan Rought on the Koan head Side during the civil War in Eug and. Liis Lias been definitely settled bythe discovery of ids name . Several places on the master Rolls of parliamentary Garrison of Newport Paque olsome people it seems thought jobs fought for King Charles. L of t marry me an shall to forever your willing slave " what Cio 1 7.xuc with a re. Slave if you were an i Willin there would he some pleas i Xgo the Journ Al. Hay goal Mour Terra Cotta piping general merchandise Sec. In building material we have Cypress shingles framing and fencing Lime bricks a in Terra Cotta piping we have following sizes a j2, 15, 20 24, bought direct from the kills and sold cheaper because bought at wholesale prices. In fertilizers we have Baugh s 7 per cent., for round potatoes Rogers no. 2 for sweets agricultural Salt by car Load direct from factory. In genes merchandise our Stock is always full Well selected and in great variety and we carry in addition to above also plows cultivators 14 tooth harrows and other farm ing implements Hay flour Coal Etc., also j. M. Masury s Best liquid paints. We buy for spot Cash and sell at the lowest margin of profit. John w. Rogers & bros., Only a. If you want a Moad Cail or harness get it at you will find them As represented every time and gotten up a to suit Home Trade. I have had \ Many years experience and be a Here 1 understand what Best \ \ suits the people. My work is Flag l Nowai gotten up for durability and will " ip23 Feii i ssi look Well for Many years. One \ 3 a trial will prove it. I have a Corn plete line of i bite a Appell Corning or piano buggies also ply actions Sun tvs tda Ptons track sullies Oad carts and harness in All styles and prices. My harness Are made of David Moffet s celebrated leather the Best in the world. Repairing neatly and promptly done on Short notice. 1 appreciate the patronage already Given and most respectfully ask a continuance of the same. Respectfully Geo. W. Lovix Tox. New Church a. The Vanderbilt farm formerly owned by Cornelius Vande bilt of new York n. 8, Richardson owner and prop r., Marion station Somerset county we Headquarters for the lady Thompson and Tubbs Strawberry plants and All other leading varieties. Prices to suit the times. Send for circular. Has. Pape. J. W. Howell. Wholesale commission dealers in fruits and produce b77 Washington St., 430 & 432 West 14th St., shipping number 500. New York. Reference new York county National Bank. John j. Guthrie with 217 s. Charles Street Baltimore my. Shipping letters c. A a x. P. Justis & co commission or Acha hts s a Camden St., Baltimore. Sweet potatoes � specially. Fruits veg Tamea and produce shipping setter Wagen in for the a Gote Agne Farmers associations. So Dora Mecs employed a. Imm & co. Produce my Mimi. My Mutt son to St., and Bowly s wharf Baltimore. Sweet potatoes a specially. Shipping letter e . Commission mercy its in Early fruits vegetables Terra pins wild fowl eggs Poul try and All kinds of -122 Cheapside. Baltimore. Shipping letter John w. Hutchinson with Stevens Simpson co importers and wholesale commission merchants fruits and produce. 282 Washington Street new York. Members of the National league of commission merchants of the United state. Reference Irving Nat l Bank n. Public auction of valuable real estate near Finney s wharf Accomac county Virginia by virtue of a deed of Trust dated july is is91, executed by Isaac t. Wright to me As trustee for the Benefit of John t. Mil Charles p. Finney and now of record in the cleric s office of Accomac county va., and by direction of said John t. And Charles p. Finney i will sell at Public auction to the highest bidder in front of the Crasci Central Motel at Oman cock in said county on May Ilia say of May about 3 o clock p. That very desirable tract of land known As the John a. White farm purchased by the said Isaac t. Wright containing 1g4 acres More or less and de scribed in said deed As follows situate lying and being in the county aforesaid bounded on the North by the slut kill neck Road on the East by leather Bury s Branch on the South by lands of William Thos. Homers und Spencer f. Rogers and on the West by singly s Mill Road doll s Road tin s property is located at the head of slut kill neck and i j Miles from Finney s wharf and two and half Miles from the town of Onancock and but a Short distance from n. Y., p. It n. R. K., thus giving exceptional privileges for ship ment of produce. Tins farm is productive now in a Good state of cultivation with abundant resources in both Pine shats and Woods soil. It is convenient to churches and schools has upon it Good and commodious dwelling Good out buildings two tenement houses and Fine Shade Trees. Its Loca tion is very desirable one of the Best on the Eastern Shore. Terms of Sale Twenty per cent of the Pur Chase Money to be paid in Cash on the Day of sab1, with Liberty to the purchaser to pay As much j More on that Day As lie May desire and the balance not paid on Day of Sale to be divided into two equal instalments payable respectively at one and two years from Day of Sale with in Terest thereon from that Day Toj be secured by the separate Bonds of the purchaser with personal Security thereto to be approved by the undersigned trustee and waiving the Homestead exemption and the title to be retained As additional Security the premises Are to be at the risk of the purchaser from the time they Are bid Oil by him and he is to have Possession of the 1st, lsf�8. Upon com plying with the terms of Sale and the rents and profits for the present year will not pass to the purchaser and the taxes and levies to january 1st, 181 8, will be paid by the party receiving the rents or by the undersigned and upon payment of the whole Purchase Money the purchaser is to receive from the under signed a conveyance of the premises by deed with special warranty of title upon the same properly prepared at the Pur Chaser s expense being tendered to the undersigned for execution. For further information apply to the undersigned Given under my hand this the 22d Day of March 1897. Spencer f. Rogers trustee. By buying your jewelry of a Adelstein. Onancock a. Practical watchmaker & jeweler. We have just received a Large line of All the latest style goods including watches clocks jew Elry spectacles and silverware of All kinds. We have reduced our prices very Low to suit the times. Special attention paid to repair work on Fine watches clocks spectacles and jewelry of All kinds at greatly reduced prices. All work warranted Tobe first class. Highest prices paid for old Gold and Silver. Will be at Accomac c. H., every court Day for repairing. B. O. Bell undertaker Wachapreague. Is. Keeps on hand a full line of casket s of All grades and sizes. Also full line of hear Pine coffins All furnished at the very lowest figuers. will meet All trains and boats at Short notice. Happy Nick 23992. Wow 1� Farmers and breeders do not make your mind up not to Breed until you have seen this elegant Standard trotting bred Sou of Albert w. And Virginia. Happy Nick was bred by j. B. Hag gins in California. 1 bought him at Public auction in new York for $350, 7 months old which is enough to show he is Well bred lie Lias grown to be a handsome horse i years old june oth 181 7. Start him in acco inc believing Piiru to be one of the Best nurses in the Liore including Breeding soundness disposition Etc. is a pacer but the Liest horse papers says a pacer is As Apt to got. A trotting Coll As if he trotted provided he is trotting bred tin s Colt is strictly trotting tired on both dam and sire s Side. 1 will prove it. Happy Nick s sire was Albert a. With record of 2 20 to a High wheel sulky and a game race horse wire la in the list from 2 10 to 2 30, and he by the treat election Eer with 173 Trotters Iron 2 08 to 2 30. Election cer s dam was Green Alt. Maid. She dropped Colls to Trot Vroni 2 20 to 2 30, she was by Harry Clay 45. Election cer s sire was i hat grand old horse Rosdick Bains letonian where All of the greatest horses of to Day descended from. Virginin was sired by Echo and he by Kosdick hambletonian Etc. Happy Nick s second and third dams arc producers and Well bred on All sides. For More extensive Breed ing see his posters. Happy Nick has never been trained but is very fast for a Green horse. 1 think with a be w Mouth s training he would go in 18 sure and perhaps much faster. Parties wishing to Breed to this Coll May do so by letting or. Ran Belote know of it he will have him sent to your House. Terms -20 us to insure Mare in foal or flu on by the season payable at first service of horse. will be exhibited at Jaccoi Laoc. 11., next monday court Day. Take a look at him fit that time and make up your mind to Breed to a horse equal if not Superior to any Ever on the Mastern Shore. W. T. Fitci1ett, Jit. Go to for the and always to obtain the Lowes possible prices Reising ice wholesale and retail dealers in All kinds of furniture Gar pets Oil cloths matting stoves refrigerators baby carriages and All sorts of House Forn Ismul. We. Reisinger & son i j Columbia ave., Aud 011 to 028 Portland St., Cor. Greene St. Baltimore my. City and suburban cars pass the door look us up it will pay you. Represented by s. Gladding. Fred Johnson. Dolt Mason. Livery a e Exchange ran in connection with hotel Mason new Church station va., Johnson & Mason proprietors. All trains met and passengers conveyed of any part of Penin Sula at fair rates and with Comfort Aud dispatch. F. A. Davis it co., wholesale dealers in Toija oco and Fine tips. N. E co1 Howard German its. Baltimore my. Represented by Frank w. Bird. Wilburn Wagon has to equal. You can see them everyday As there Are 100 of them running in Jaccoi Nachand Northampton counties a Large assortment of carriages at All Price s. See our agents before buying. Jiaw Lings \ 200 s. Charles St Baltimore. For Sale . B. Mapp Mapps Burg w. S. Nock Hull Wood j. Doughty. Cape Charles j. T. Rogers Nassawadox John d. Watts Parksley Arthur Saunders Eastville. 811 my Phila my Folk So. Quickest Aud Only daily line Bot Woei Boston new York pliila., nor Folk and old Point comfort.n�3tmwaki 9v n Piui by. . Oru Tuuu. A Stolk. Old i of Pooh ies. Us Orlou. Hobbs. 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A 11. , i a Tojim for Pas Souiera jul signal to conduct a Dally except sunday. R. Nickolas superintendent Cape Charles a. R. B. Cooke gen l freight us Pas Zenger agent Norfolk. A. Wix Akk Btu is of tue Baltimore Chesapeake & Atlantic railway company . Jul run Uiola our we won dior porm lung Iovin Wisorr it g.0ii clock i. M. us aft. wab1. Tuesday und Frida to . Flunoy lots Karl co Dar Hall you Botu Powell a . At Copoul nud Snow a u. . To Days aug thursday loaves Snow us n. R i.,.m in i Iii 0 a l s 3u, Tutolo Borj a Cedar Hui pcs of i Ute Buri la Shol Olowu 10 15, t Hub plug Crook la u on Onancock 2 30 p. Rr., Flunoy s Tangier Laisui 4.80 Orl Flold c. To thursday s trip ouly Sio is opt. �. ital ooh. Sundays or Fords , Etc Rminta Lett re secs n tue to so acids 7.1�, a Nils tit it 10.90, Siti ulu say god for View a Boi .1, hire Orton . Tris Dolde. Ford s h. It due a is tor Fords urls fled Hirl Oriu Kuus Boggs Tuut Lijin Creek Kaiui jobs Hugo Ca. In., Creole 8 Vayl ii Kook Kead s i in. You word 1, is a. It eve Russ it Borton � of Risuold a font s �. Sio Luiei will i sad Aud take Reigl Anil Vasson Gers to Uichi Froni Salt Moro. leave Cris Icid Foi r Tiff store. Of an o Laa Trecwn Praia. Etc Ignaca pcs Masors received ror Upolu in ii uie s. Y., a nit. Aud Norfolk Wio Mico Tad Logon joke it. A. Dally to Lauro Mary Lud a Points Ono edit Otho x. Sottil Barrood Willard Thomson p. It. Clark a Rendi tion. Tonic blood purifier and re ruin fac. For Sale by Blackstone & Bell acco Mac 0. H., and win. Parker Onancock a. And jewelry repaired on Short notice. I have for Sale watch Les blocks Jen Elry , Eye glassed and adv Cnare in Many styles and at lowest prices. We Vartonus Pocomoke City my. Irl Viil be at Accomac c. Every court Day. Harry t. White bloomtow2t, a. No. 1 grades of ground fish and of tih Zers kept on hand at lowest prices. Good horse and mule potato onion seed. Big Stem Jersey slip seed for Sale. Offered at the lowest prices for Cash shingles laths Lime hair bricks carriages Road carts and All kinds lumber furnished for dwellings and other purposes upon Short notice. �. Welly �0flrd, contractor and builder Accomac c. H., a. All work first class. Material furnished when desired. Plans and specifications pre pared on Short notice. Lowest prices on All first class t be under bid. Work done by Day or contract. Write to me or Call on me for estimates. G. Welly Coard

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