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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - December 22, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Peninsula Enterprise John w. Edmonds editor and owner. Accomac court House a entered at the Post office at Accomac c. H., va., As second class matter. Saturday May 25, 1912. Baptist sunday school Conven tion. The twentieth annual session of the Baptist sunday school Conven tion of the Accomac Baptist association will be held with the Hall Wood Baptist Church tuesday and wednesday june 4th and 6th, 1912. Tuesday june 4th. Morning session. Exercises j. Bloxom. 10 15?reports from schools. 10 45?organization. 11 00?reaching the Home through the Home department and Cradle Roll l. B. Kirby. 11 30?open discussion. 11.45?the discovery and training of teachers Joseph t. Watts. 12 15?open discussion. 12.30?appointment of committee Sand adjournment. Afternoon session. 2 00?devotional exercises v. . 2 l6?the sunday school a teach ing and training Agency for the Church w. C. Foster. 2 4s?open discussion. 3 00?the sunday school an evangelistic Agency l. Ritter. 3 3o?open discussion. 3 4s?the organized class the Barca and Philathea e. W. Robertson. 4 is open discussion.4 3o?adjournment. Evening session. 8 00?devotional exercises . Warren. 8 00?Sermon, c. E. Allard. Wednesday june St. Morning session. 10 00?devotional exercises Benj. Thomas. 10 15?child conversion Ernest hemming.10 45?open discussion.11 00?the worker and his life or. A. B. Dunaway. 11.30?open discussion. Al 45?annual Sermon w. T. Clark. 12 30?miscellaneous business and adjournment. Afternoon session. 2 of devotional exercises s. F. Rogers. 2 is reports of committees. 2 3o?attitudes essential to Sun Day school Success . Watts. 3 00?open discussion. 3 15?the Outlook. Two or three minutes talk by superintendents and representatives.4 00?Praise and prayer led by . Newman. 430?miscellaneous business and adjournment. Farmers Mutual Exchange. At a meeting of the Board of directors of the Farmers Mutual Exchange held at its main office on tuesday May 21st, 1912, it was or dered that a general meeting of the stockholders of the Exchange be held at Exmore va., on thursday May 30, 1912, on arrival of midday trains for the following purposes to wit there is every indication that con Gress will pass a joint Resolution providing fora constitutional Amend ment restricting the presidential ten ure of office to a single term of six years. The Prospect does not please third termer Roosevelt who designates the idea As but a poll of both houses shows an overwhelming majority favourable to such restriction. The sentiment is shared by a Large mass of sensible citizens who Are alarmed at the possibility of the establishment of a third term precedent the natural sequence of which would be a fourth fifth and sixth term or a life tenure of office. The National humiliation we Are suffering from the barnstorming performances of a president and sex president of the United states is a potent influence in shaping senti ment favourable to a condition which will make such exhibitions impossible in the future. The revelations of the two aspirants for the Republican nomination As to the use of Federal patronage in dictating the nomination of a successor help the movement along. There is objection in some quarters to lengthening the office to six years but very Little aside from the natural diffidence of Teddy to the proposition of eliminating All danger of Casar ism. In support of the proposed change it May be said that Many of the Republic s fathers strongly favored just such a restriction in the making of the Constitution. Exactly How it failed to become incorporated in the document is not quite Clear. From time to time numerous presidents and statesmen including Thomas Jefferson James Madison and an Drew Jackson have favored such an amendment As is now proposed. In these Days of insane ambition and unscrupulous methods to consummate it there is stronger need than Ever before existed to erect a constitutional bulwark that will save this Republic from treading the path of Rome. Is. To take action on the plan of reorganization of the Exchange and the settlement of the indebtedness of the Exchange due shippers on the basis of 50% in Cash 40% in preferred Stock and 10% in common Stock. The $50,000 Stock Issue heretofore ordered by the Board has been subscribed and provided for except $15,000, which amount is being raised. 2nd. To provide for the election of general and local officers direct ors agents inspectors Etc., for the present year. 3rd. For the consideration of any and All other matters properly before the meeting. All stockholders and All persons interested in the reorganization and continuation of the Farmers Mutual Are urged to be present. F. A. Shield secy and treas. Resolutions. Resolutions adopted by Chincoteague Baptist Church a Rev. C. Kelly Hobbs has resigned the pastorate of our Church and is now Pas tor of the second Baptist Church of Alex Andria va., where he served As pasto be fore coming to this Field. He has served us for two years and five months and in that time has endeared himself to each and every member of this Church and to the Community generally. His work among us has been wonder fully blessed of god in the salvation of souls and in the up building of Christian character among the Church members. Unity and Harmony prevail in our midst due to the untiring and faithful leadership of our pastor together with the co opera tion of the Church As a body. In brother Hobbs we find the combined qualities of an excellent preacher and faithful pastor. He knew his people in their Homes and they Ever found him a consecrated Christian gentleman always about his master s business. In consideration of the affection and esteem in which he is held by us therefore be it resolved first. While we Are deeply grieved Over the loss of brother Hobbs for we feel that our Church is stronger and More United than at any time in its history yet we submit to same knowing there is also a great work for him else where. Second. That in the going of brother Hobbs this Church realizes that she has lost an Earnest energetic worker a kind neighbor a faithful Friend and a Man of god. Third. We most heartily commend brother Hobbs and family to the sympathy Confidence and affection of the Alex Andria saints feeling that our loss is their gain and praying that the richest Blessing of god May rest upon their Mutual labors. Fourth. That a copy of these resolutions be furnished brother Hobbs As a re minder of our esteem for him that they be placed on record in our Church Book and that they be published in the Relig ious Herald and the Peninsula Enterprise. Done by order of Chincoteague Baptist Church. Committee. A card. After june 1. 1912, i will open a music studio at Chincoteague to teach piano and Organ lessons and will also teach in Temperanceville and taught by most progressive method. Special attention Given to begin ners. Those desiring instruction please write at once. Thomas r. Young North ave., near Charles St.,Baltimore, . The Estey Organ and piano com Pany of Baltimore have made arrangements with to teach Sev eral music lessons free to those who buy an instrument from us. The Steinway pianos and Estey organs Are too Well known to Call for any Public comment. Write a letter for Fuller particulars to Thomas r. Young care Peabody Institute May it 1912. Baltimore . Write to us for estimates on doors Sash blinds Stair rails and All other kinds of building material hardware paints a. Stock Large prices Low. Or. R. D. L. Fletcher will be at Accomac c. The first Day of Ever court to receive orders for the firm. Cape Charles ice and lumber co. Write to us for anything in the building material and hardware Lin and you will get the right building & Supply co., Onley a. I the House has adopted a joint Resolution providing for an amendment to the Constitution to permit the elec tion of United states senators by direct vote of the people. The Resolution had already passed the Senate and now All that remains is the for Mal signing of the instrument by the president and the issuance of a proclamation to the states to signify their wishes on the proposed change. The amendment will have to be Rati fied by three fourths of the states to become effective. Therein lies the possibility of defeat. The Southern states do not take kindly to the amendment to the original Resolution which gives the Federal govern ment supervision of elections. The danger of negro domination assisted and encouraged for partisan reasons by the party which loudly boasts that it i freed the niggers is no Idle dream in the Southland. They have not yet forgotten the horrors of reconstruction Days and they shudder at the thought of possibilities of a repetition even in a lesser degree. There was no necessity for the sen ate amendment and if it was put in for the deliberate purpose of defeat ing popular election of senators no More Subtle joker could have been contrive. The democratic convention of Virginia opened at noon thursday in Norfolk with James r. Caton of Alexandria temporary chairman j. N. Brenniman of Richmond temporary Secretary and e. Cunningham of Norfolk temporary ser Geant at arms. These appointments were made at the meeting of the state Central committee which also adopted As the democratic primary plan the provisions of the Byrd Pri Mary Bill enacted at the last session of the legislature. Congressman James Hay was elected permanent chairman. According to the latest advices eight delegates at Large will be elected to the Baltimore Conven tion,vi4 senator Martin and Swan son governor Mann and Congress Man flood of the organization Harry St. George Tucker Richard e. Byrd r. Tate Irvine and Alfred b. Williams Wilson men. The returns from the presidential primary in Ohio indicate that col. Roosevelt won Over president Taft by a plurality of 25,000, and will have 32 of the 42 District delegates selected. The result Means says Roosevelt that Taft is out of the race and that he will be the next nominee of the Republican party for president. Taft on the other hand claiming 570 delegates to the Chicago convention or 30 More than enough to assure him the nomination says that Victory is not Only in his grasp but that to make Assurance doubly sure will tour new Jersey to get some More delegates. It is immaterial though As to which is the win Ner As the democrats will elect the next president of the United states whether the republicans nominate Taft or Roosevelt. The Southern Baptist convention at Oklahoma City decided to raise $1,000,000 for foreign Mission educational work in commemoration of the Centenary of Adoniram Judson the Pioneer Baptist missionary who sailed from America for India in 1912. Floyd Allen has been convicted of murder in the first degree and will go to the electric chair for his part in the Carroll county court House murders and a like late doubtless awaits Claude Swanson Allen his Ftp. In crime. Or it Gar performance. The letter Shieh follows is a cop of that received by our Philadelphia Branch. C. C. Perdue dealer in or it cars a Siiter Accomac co., a. Salisbury ., March 26,1912. Or. Henry lands Dale mgr. Or it motor car company no. 211 Broad St., Philadelphia a. Dear sir or. Grier and myself arrived in Salis Bury with the or it car at 1 18 a m.,monday morning following one of the fiercest journeys behave a Road standpoint. You no doubt have noticed in the " Good roads Maga Zine illustrations of some awful country roads but i have Yetto find anything Toca pare with the conditions that we put the Krit through yesterday water an mud up to the hubs and running Board of the car even it filled the Sod pan but the or it never failed us. She certainly stood one of the Best tests that Caveye experienced and in All or. Grier s experience of the past six years of driving cars All Over this country and Community restated that yesterday s Road conditions surpassed anything that he had Everse enor experienced and that the actions of Thek a it car under those conditions were the Best and she proved herself at the endow the journey 100 per Cenec car. Also As a Hill climber i can frankly state that she is second to none taking Al the Hills from Philadelphia on High gear and never faltering for a moment and i can safely say that she is one of the Best mud dogs that Iever drove in. She seems to enjoy sticking her nose into it and after getting there seems to enjoy pulling her self out of it. Her motor did not fail us for a moment. I can truthfully say that sometimes she would absolutely leave the ground All fours and Landing Start outs Good As Ever. Not Only is she an Atto Mobile ranking in class a but i really could term her also Asa Marine Automo bile As at some sections of our trip we would strike roads that were completely submerged for a half mile or More in a stretch and the water was nearly up to our Radiator but she never faltered just like a Revenue Cutter. At this writing we have a Man work ing on her putting her in shape and she is beginning to look herself again but when we arrived Here last night or Earl this morning she looked in a deplorable state even the inside of the car was plast ered with red Clay Sand and water and it was impossible to use the wind shield under the terrible Road conditions. On or about 9 p. We ran into fog coming Down the Peninsula and the lights were of hardly any use to us. The Wash outs in the roads were terrible Bridges washed away so that it was necessary for unto hesitate and think of some feasible plan of getting across but the or i twas there All the time and a stated above she never failed us a moment. We replenished our gasoline at Seaford del., which is about Twenty five Miles North offal i Bury. This was done about 11 o clock sunday night so that our gasoline Supply at Philadelphia lasted us about thirteen hours which i think is pretty Good. Of course it was necessary for us under the trying conditions to replenish our Radi Ator As she was getting pretty warm necessarily from the great Strain which she was put under. In closing i wish to state that she is the greatest proposition on the Market Selling under $1,200.00 and i sincerely Trust that we will far surpass our expectations in the Way of sales this season. We Are now looking Forward to the arrival of the or roadster and i know she will cause a sensation in this you for your Courtesy while in Philadelphia i am very truly yours Public auction of valuable real estate. By virtue of authority vested Inus under a decree entered in the chancery cause of William t. Mason of � b \ it als is. Mary s. Mason curators it als pending in the Cir Cuit court for the county of acco Mack on the 12th Day of april,l9l2,the undersigned special commission ers will sell at Public auction to the highest bidder in front of the store of Boggs & Rogers at Melfa saturday june 1, 1912, at 3 o clock p. M., the following two 2 tracts or Par cels of real estate situated lying and being on the Road leading fro Monley to Bobtown and being the farm on which the late Mary resided and sold in two 2 parcels As follows tract "a."?on which is Loca ted the main dwelling House handout buildings containing fifty five and eighty one one hundredths 55 81-100 acres of which Twenty nine and Nineteen one hundredths 29 19-100 acres Are cleared land and Twenty six and sixty two on hundredths 28 82-100 acres Are Woods land and is bounded on the North East by the James land on the East by the land of r. Dennis Hart on the South West by theland of Henry Powell on the North West by tract lab hereinafter de scribed. Tract "b."?containing seventy six and ninety nine one hundredths 76 99-100 acres of which Twenty eight and sixteen one Hund i Reths 28 16-100. Acres Are cleared land and in addition thereto eleven and fifty six one hundredths 11 56-100 acres of cleared land 4n alot at the Northern end of the farm and Twenty five and sixty three one hundredths 25 63-100 acres of Woods land in the Mai body of Woods and eleven and thirty nine one hundredths 11.89 100 acres of Thicket land in the Cor Ner of the Field where the Road Tromsa Sageville to Bobtown and Onley to Bobtown intersect and is bound Don the North East by the Jamesland on the East by tract a on the South West by the land of Henry Powell on the North West by the main Bayside Road. On this parcel there Are two tenant houses with outbuildings located on the 11 56-100acres of cleared land. G. Walter Mapp Benjamin t. Gunter special commissioners. Public auction of signed Lawrence e. Edgecumbe sales manager. T. White. E. White. For ale. Try our l. E. P. Dennis & son High Grade fertilizers for an Earl White and a big crop of Sweet Pota toes. Six horses 4 to 9 years old. Hay Oats Mill feed Coal All kept on hand of immediate handle most everything Cani Edby the retail merchant direct from manufacturers. Apo bananas apples cabbage and other fruit 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 agent up Mckemie Park a. J. A. Kernodle practical Tinner slate and Sheet Metal worker and sanitary plumber now located at Parksley and respectfully solicits the patronage of the Public. Stove repairing of All kinds done at a big saving Heaters of All kinds rebuilt and lined with Best of material at a great saving to owner. Estimates cheerfully furnished and satisfaction guaranteed. Wood endurance imported Hackney Stal lion registered of dark Bay color weight about 1,350 lbs., 8 years old will make the Spring sea on in upper acco Mac and at any Point upon application for his services. Will be at Jenkins Bridge on every thursday and saturday tor service. He is of Fine conformation and his get splendid farm and Road horses. Terms $25.00 to insure. For further particulars apply to Ashton Fletcher Jenkins Bridge a. Valuable real estate at ?. Horntown a. On saturday june 8, 1912, at 2 p. I will sell at Public auction at Horn town that valuable real estate known As the Pettit estate and consisting of one store House a dwelling about one acre of land and one tract of Woods land. The dwelling is two stories Highland has six Good rooms the store House is a Good stand Lor alive Busi Ness Man there is a Good barn on the lot and All the ? property is in Good condition. A general warranty deed will be Given. Terms one Hall Cash reasonable. Time Given Lor balance. W. L. Nock agent i ass school shoes Are made for All purposes in the test and ted line of shoes for girls and boys we have a style for every occasion. There Are styles suit Able for the Dainty misses sunday Wear to styles suitable for big boys who Are out in All kinds of weather. You can clothe any girl s or boy s feet with a pair of Tess and ted school shoes because they Are made in All leathers and weights for All kinds of Wear. We have a big Stock of these bet ter shoes also a display of them in our window. We would like to show them to you Tess and school shoes Are members of the Star Brand family have the Star Tracie Markon every Heel and most people know that Star Brand shoes Are s. J. Bull Onano ook. A. For Sale. Eggs from pure bred barfed rocks Large Strain. My flock has been care fully selected. I have the finest flock i have Ever offered eggs from. They Are excellent in laying qualities an unsurpassed for table purpose. per setting of 15, $5.00 per Jisoo. A limited number of Berkshire pig stand Shohata males and females shoats will weigh about 150 lbs. Each All High class and due to Register. Only ship Good ones. Also a pair first class mares of the draft Type Large Bone will weigh be tween 1,100 and 1,200 lbs., each 6 and 7 years old this Spring straight and Good workers in All harness. R. S. Young Onley a. The Hen that lays is the Hen that pays. S. C. White leghorn Wyckoff Strain. The never failing layers. I keep no other kind. Eggs 75f per 15, $4 per 100. Baby Chicks to per 100.unfertile eggs replaced. Robert e. Smith Nassawadox a j Eastern Shore of Virginia produce Exchange. Incorporated january 26. in t. Gunter. A. J. Mart film. V. A. Burton. President. Secy and treas. Gen. Pm or. General office Onley Virginia. Growers Agency for Choice peas Etc. Operates at All the principal shipping stations and whar 33 in Accomac and Northampton counties. Ortt ? improved grading and packing of goods. Proper distribution on the out add Lul. Markets. The establishment of Home markets and everything that tend to higher p

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