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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. Board of supervisors meet monday june 10th. Miss Margaret Nottingham of Eastville is at Accomac c. H., the guest of miss Mary Fletcher. Or. Ben t. Fisher and wife of Eastville spent saturday and sunday with relatives and friends at Accomac o. Or. John d. Wallace has bought of or. James Eichelberger a tract of Law cd containing 22 acres near Quinby for $1,500. Or. Ernest Ruediger a graduate in Law at the University of Maryland this session was Home on a Short visit to his parents this week. Or. B. Revell has been appointed manager of the Road machine. For Lee District vice j. T. Burton resigned on account of ill health. Mrs. Roy 1. White daughter of or. A. Lilliston critically ill for several Days at her Home at Parks Ley has passed the crisis of her sickness and her rapid recovery is now expected. Mrs. Harry c. Mabie of East Orange n. J., the guest of mrs. We. P. Bell at her Home. Roseland was entertained at a Bridge party Given in her Honor at the Home of miss bet tie Parramore tuesday evening. Or. Lee b. Kellam sold his dwelling at Accomac c. A week or so ago to or. Phil. Twyford and on saturday with his wife occupied the Home purchased at Onley. Or. Twyford and family will move to town in the fall. The ladies missionary society will hold an ice Cream and Strawberry festival at modest town Baptist Church on the 27th. Inst., beginning at 4 p. Rev. Thorburn Clark will lecture at 8 p. Admission adults 15? children 10?. Or. John w. Bowdoin was named As Delegate to the National democratic convention and or. R. L. Ailworth As member of the state committee at a meeting of the delegates from the first District in at Tendance at the state convention in Norfolk on thursday. The Maryland society sons of american revolution has elected capt. Edward b. Waple Sof Onancock a life member and has sent him a handsome miniature insignia of membership. It is a maltese Cross of Blue and White enamel in a Gold Circle. The inscription is a Libertas it patria.,�?� we. L. Nock agent will sell at Public auction at Horntown on saturday june 8th., 3 p. M., valuable real estate known As the Pettit estate consisting of storehouse dwelling about one acre of land and tract of Woods land. For particulars see posters and advertisement in this Issue. S. James Turlington trustee will sell at Public auction at Melfa on saturday june 1st., at 3 p. M., a parcel of land of one and a half acres belonging to Lillie m. Phillips situated at fair Oaks the lot of land Whereon was formerly located the Public schoolhouse. For particulars see posters. Thomas Drummond coloured of near Keller As punishment for some trivial offence tied to a horse last week his Stepson a boy about five years old. The horse ran away breaking the boys neck and Back in two places. The Stepfather was arrested and bailed in the sum of $500 to await the action of the grand jury. All tia certain motor parcel of land at Temperanceville. Divided into two tracts or parcels of which Henry e. Byrd died seized and possessed will be sold at Public auction by the widow and heirs at Law of said decedent in front of the store of Otho w. Byrd at Temperanceville on saturday june 1, 1912, 3 p. For full particulars see posters. New advertisements in this Issue w. N. Mason agent and w. G. Pendleton Eastville sub agent Maxwell automobiles b. S. Ashby a notice to the Trade w. L. Nock real estate at auction h. T. Mason amp Sale of ladies suits and skirts Glass Bros., Pocomoke City removal Sale Central coloured fair association l. Floyd Nock order of publication a. G. Mears automobiles. G. Walter Mapp and Benjamin t. Gunter special commissioners will sell at Public auction in of the store of Boggs amp Rogers at Melfa on saturday j Unel 1912,3 p.m., 2 very valuable tracts of land situated on the Road from Onley to Bobtown of which Mary s. Mason died seized and possessed one containing 55.81 acres the other 76.91 acres. For full particulars see posters and advertisement in another column of this paper. John w. West and Warner Ames special commissioners will sell at Public auction to the highest bidder on saturday the 1st. Day of june next at three of clock p. M., on the North Side of Cheston Sessix in front of the storehouse of Scott amp Scott that certain tract or parcel of Wood land known As Riley land. The said Wood land has been sub divided and will be sold in three lots or parcels. For further information see posters or address either of the said special commissioners. The Jefferson Davis chapter United daughters of the confederacy will give a dinner free to the Confederate veterans of Accomac and Northampton counties wednesday the 5th. Day of june in the chapter rooms at Accomac c. A cordial invitation is extended to All Confederate veterans. Dinner and ice Cream will be for Sale to the Public. In the afternoon of the same Day appropriate speeches will be delivered and Confederate choruses and solos will be rendered in the court House. A program of exercises will be published in the next Issue. Brooks Mapp trustee in certain deeds of Trust from Bernard Lecato and wife now of record at the request of said Bernard Lecato and the beneficiaries named in said deeds will sell by Public auction to the highest bidder in front of the hotel at Wachapreague vs., at 3 of clock p. M., on saturday june 16, 1912, the valuable Lecato farm known As a Glenwood a situated on the outskirts of said town containing 104 acres More or less of Woods and Upland and a Large acreage of Meadow and Oyster grounds. This is a Good High land truck farm beautifully located improved by a modern commodious dwelling Large new barn Good outbuildings and tenant h0u9e. For particulars and terms see posters or communicate with said Bernard Lecato or said trustee Relief a a Onancock. Or. Drummond Parkes i this week in Norfolk. Or. Tully a. Joynes jr., is at the Home of his parents for two w a or. John o. Taylor is Puttin Bath rooms in me Tompkin life ing station. Miss Sarah e. Waples is in Hampton the guest of her Cousin mrs. Vernon Spratley. Mrs. Anna b. Handy of Annapolis md., is with her sister mrs. E. R. Leal Yerbury. The condition of mrs. T. Scott improves and she will probably return Home to Day. Miss Kate Bratten who taught at Cape Charles the past session arrived Home thursday. Mrs. We. E. Hopkins has returned from a visit to her former Home at Glenwood my. Or. And mrs. W. Henry Parker and child Are with or. Parker a parents for a Short stay. Or. E. Frank Evans has bought the House and lot on Lake Street of or. A. Nock Price $2,300. Increased business has rendered More room at the bakery necessary and additions Are being made. Mrs. George Bratton and Little son of Princess Anne county Are guests of or. And mrs. Bratten. Or. Raleigh w. Gardner has sold 410 copies of the history of the titanic her construction and loss. Miss Margaret n. Groton took the members of her music class on a launching party Friday afternoon. Messes. T. S. Hopkins amp co. Are enlarging the porches around their building the floors and Walls to be of Concrete. Or. W. Scott has purchased the handsome Lee Cuyler Mare lady Milliner and placed with Geo. T. Finney for training. Capt. Samuel j. Lambden the Only mexican War Veteran in the county now in his 87th year though feeble is Able to be out. Or. James is Home for the vacation having finished the Junior lectures at the College of physicians and surgeons Baltimore. The condition of or. Henry f. Powell shows Little change. His son a student at the Richmond medical College is now with him. Misses Iva Martin and Eva Walker of Pungoteague who Are taking the teachers course at the High school Are guests of mrs. S. . Several sales of automobiles were made during the week among them a Ford touring car to John m. Watson and another to we. R. Justis. Or. Spencer d. Rogers jr., received his diploma Aeastman business College Poughkeepsie n. Y., Friday last. has accepted a position at Melfa a. The High school boys were Victo rious Friday afternoon in a game of Ball played with the Wachapreague High school team on Margaret Academy grounds score 11 to 0. The sacred concert Given at the m. E. Church South thursday evening for the Benefit of the Organ fund was quite the musical treat of the season. The. Silver offering at the door produced a substantial sum. Malta commander no. 24, knights Templar in full dress assembled at their Hall sunday afternoon and marched to the m. E. Church South where ascension Day services we Ere held. Rev. R. Finley Gayle pastor of thee Hurch preached the Sermon. In the list of the graduates at st. Johns College for the present year will be found the names of Robert s. And Spencer d. Hopkins. These Young men were prepared for College at the Onancock High school and reflect much credit upon it having been excused for excellent work from All final examinations except one. Or. William e. Wise a worthy Young Man son of or. John s. Wise died after a Long illness at his Home on Lilliston Avenue thursday 16th inst., aged 33 years and was Laid to rest on the following Day in mount Holly cemetery after funeral services in the Baptist Church conducted by the pastor Rev. L. Ritter Rev. R. Finley Gayle assisting. is survived by his wife one daughter and one son. Greenbackville. Or. Ernest Hudson spent saturday and sunday in Berlin my. Mrs. Sallie Chapman and or. E. T. Melvin Are on the sick list this week. Mrs. E. Tull of Pocomoke City is week guest of her daughter mrs. R. Ross. Or. John e. Hudson of Cape Charles spent week with his family returning on Friday. Or. And mrs. George r. Truelove of Baltimore attended the funeral of their Nephew George h. Ellis. Mrs. Hancock and son after spending Winter with her parents or. And mrs. W. Short left on wednesday for her Home in new York City. Or. Geo. Ellis died at his Home in Greenbackville May 17, after a Long illness in his 56th year. was Laid to rest in Stockton cemetery on sunday after funeral services at the House conducted by Rev. V. A. Miller. His wife eight children an aged Mother four Brothers and one sister All of Greenbackville survive him. Craddockville. Miss Lee Melson is the guest of relatives in Accomac. Rev. W. L. Murphy visited some of his parishioners on tuesday. Miss Mary Wise is spending some time we Ith her sister mrs a. R. Read. Judging from the number of travelling salesmen in town monday was their Day. A valuable horse belonging to John Mapp coloured was so unfortunate As to break his leg recently. Or. Harry Martin of Norfolk spent the week end with his parents or. And mrs. T. Martin. Miss Tracy Hyslop mrs. Alice Finney and daughter Millison Are visiting relatives in Wachapreague. Miss Mattie Wise who has been teaching in Washington co. For the past eight months returned last week to spend her vacation on Eastern Shore. Chincoteague. Mrs. Nathaniel Baker is quite ill. Capt. William Jones of Norfolk is visiting friends Here. Quite a number of our children Are picking berries on the main land the Mother sister and brother of or. Chas. F. Turman from Carroll co., va., spent the week Here with him. Lumber was unloaded Here this week from two steamers and a Large Schooner for Seaboard fish amp guano co. Our brass band will furnish the music for the High school commencement at Stockton md., next tuesday. Or. Jos. T. Rowley attended the meeting of the Oyster Many a association held at new Haven Conn., this week. Capt. John Burch of Lewes del., spent the week with his father capt. Geo. Burch. Mrs. E. Matthews is Home for the summer from a visit of several months to her daughter mrs. R. Wilcox Mystic Conn. Dalby amp Jones of Lewes del., have rented the old hotel property for the purpose of opening a bakery and manufacturing ice Cream. In a game of Ball Here last saturday Between Accomac and Chincoteague High school teams the score was 4 to 0 in favor of Chincoteague. Verden amp Johnson contractors of Lewes del., dynamited and blew up this week the Schooner Lockwood which for borne time has been sunk in our Channel. Hon. Samuel r. Buxton candidate for Congress Here this week made Many friends and doubtless some votes. will be present and make a speech on decoration Day May 30th. Steamer John b. Hinton built by e. Tull at Pocomoke City and launched saturday will be probably the largest in the fish business. She is. 170 feet Long 26 feet beam 12 feet deep 700 h. P. Engine. She is for the use of fish factory at Toms Cove. Capt. Rufus h. Milligan contractor in putting Down Well at Toms Cove this week for Seaboard fish amp guano co., was knocked senseless by a Block falling 20 feet and striking him on the head. was taken to the Atlantic hotel where at this writing he is still unconscious under the care of two physicians. Arrivals at Atlantic hotel last week j. Gilbert Baltimore r. Wilder a. Frank Philadelphia j. W. Crockett new York d. L. Naylor c. F. Robertson j. Powell Wilmington or. G. R. Sledge Hampton j. Perkins Portsmouth Samuel r. Buxton Newport news Chas. Hunter Staunton h. Hurley Seaford j. T. Wilkins 3d, Eastville r. P. Ross Thos. Blackstone e. Sturgis w. G. Stevenson k. Clarke Alfred Edmonds Fred Edmonds b. T. Melson Accomac. Parksley. Or. Loroy Lee of Watha n. C., visited friends in town recently. Or. E. Parsons who has been in North and South Carolina attend ing to milling interests arrived Home a few Days ago. Or. And mrs. Geo. L. Barnes of Girdletree md., were at the Home of his Mother mrs. Eveline Barnes the Early part of the week. Mrs. Jane e. Mason who has been for nearly a year with her daughter mrs. John r. Hinman at Altoona pa., returned Home a few Days ago. Messes. Harry Rew j. Chandler John r. Rew g. W. Gillespie and j. Abbott Byrd attended democratic state convention in Norfolk. Or. A. S. Johnson has sold one half interest in the Only farm re. Gently purchased by him to or. Warner Ames. It is understood or. Johnson made a Good profit on the Deal. The 1913-14 classes of the High school entertained the graduating class at the Home of miss Carrie m. Johnson Friday night. About sixty guests were present who greatly enjoyed the event. A Well attended meeting of the citizens of the town and Vicinity in the interest of the High school was held in the Baptist Church thursday night of last week. Or. V. S. Detrick was made chairman and c. P. Platt Secretary. Short talks made and views expressed by Many All favourable to the betterment of the school. A committee of twelve was appointed a. T. Matthews chairman to further the movement. The baccalaureate Sermon to the graduating class of the High school will be preached by Rev. Thorburn Clarke in the Baptist Church sunday night 28th 27th certificates of promotion in the grammar grades will be Given and commencement exercises will be held in Hopkins Hall. Class night will be held tuesday night in the m. P. Church at which time the graduates misses Carrie Lee Mathews Ada May Parsons Hazel Virginia Gord and Elizabeth Bloxom Parkes Wil receive their diplomas. There will also be addresses recitations essays vocal and instrumental music to make an enjoyable evening. Hailwood. Or. Daniel Parsons spent sunday with friends at Salisbury. Or. John h. Scott of Pocomoke City was in town monday. Or. Joseph Ball of Norfolk formerly of Marsh Market was in town monday. Or. W. W. Nock ha9 made quite an improvement to his residence by a new coat of paint. The m. P. Church is being painted on the inside therefore no service last or next sunday. Mrs. S. Hall is spending the week with her sister mrs. L. W. Massey of Wishart. Or. I. W. Haley and family left saturday on a visit to or. Haleys Mother at Jamestown my. Or. N. F. Taylor is Home from the meeting of the grand Lodge of i. O. O. Of and reports a pleasant trip. The Hailwood feed amp Supply co. Is making a big improvement to their building by raising it to two stories and building on the Side of same. Master j. Fontaine Hall left saturday for Jamestown md., to spend part of the summer with his grandparents or. And mrs. John h. Fontaine. Or. Thos. Kelly commissioner of Revenue reports that he has had one party to write him that he forgot to give in his dog for taxes and for him to put same on tax Book. The Post office Here closes at 8 p. M., but our postmaster for the accommodation of the Public goes Back to the Posto Allce at 8 45, and All mail dropped in letter Box before 9 p. Goes off that night. The Farmers Are Busy hauling strawberries. The . Of a. Produce Exchange agent and inspector we. Taylor and Littleton j. Byrd loaded three cars on monday and like number on tuesday. Rating hats in colors in millinery department to match rating in colors sold in the store of h. T. Mason amp a full line of butterick patterns. Call for fashion Sheet. Johnson amp son. Ralston and Florsheim shoes and oxfords $3.50 to $6.00. 3, b. Julia Onley. Or. Tom Hutchinson and or. Frank Savage Are on the sick list this week. Mrs. Etterina Scott is Home from visit to her Mother at Princess Anne my. Miss Elizabeth Corbin of North Carolina is the guest of mrs. Vernon Burton. Mrs. Jacob and mrs. Vernon Burton returned this week from trip to North Carolina. The w. T. U. Will meet at Home of mrs. Annie copes next tuesday 2 30 p. Twenty cars of berries were loaded Here on monday and seventeen of them sent to Market on that Day. Or. John Thos. Kellam of Wachapreague has rented and will occupy soon late residence of Charles b. Savage. Or. Dunton had As his guest this week his Mother from Northampton and or. R. Evans his brother from Baltimore. In the Silver medal contest Here on the 10th inst. Master Alma Ames was the Winner miss Isabelle copes receiving the next highest Mark. Rating in White and Tan laces bordered 75c. Per Yard. Johnson amp son Mallory Cravi netted Straw hats guaranteed to turn water $2.50 and $3.00, at h. T. Mason amp co. Col Mary pumps and oxfords in . Colt gunmetal velvet Satin and White no Buck. _ j. B. Willis. Ladies and misses Buckskin and Canvas shoes and pumps. Johnson amp son. Come in and let me fit you with a Ralston White Buck shoe. B. Willis. Belle Haven a. Special Sale of ladies suit9 and skirts of 1912 style and make for one week Only at h. T. Mason amp co Iiene and in this Issue. Harborton. We Are sorry to report no improvement in the condition of capt. A. Reed. Mrs. Thomas Bonniwell jr., visited friends in Cape Charles this week. One of our sports or. Harmanson Bennett has bought a Ford automobile. was popular enough before but now mrs. Kelly returned on mondays boat from a trip to Musko Kega Lake ont., where she has been looking Over some summer cottages with the object of buying. Messes. S. G. Clifford b. Custis cob Custis and 0. B. Evans were Home the week end visiting their families. Obe had a through ticket which read Craddockville. The ladies of the methodist Church Are making big arrangements for the 4th. July picnic Here. The dramatic club under the Able management of miss Madge Kelly is preparing a first class drama for that night. The menhaden Oil amp guano co. Has installed electric lights in the Plant and along the Board walks of menhaden Park. At night it looks like a Young Coney Island. You cannot keep a progressive firm Down. Mothers Day will be observed in the Baptist Church to Morrow afternoon at 3 of clock Sermon to be preached by the pastor Rev. E. W. Robertson. The Iroquois tribe no. 34, improved order of red men will attend in a body. The Iroquois Quartetti will sing several selections. All Brothers will meet at the Hall at 2 p. With White roses in buttonhole. Pungoteague. Or. Welburn Mapp of Baltimore is the guest of his Uncle or. Geo. S. Mapp. Miss Hazel daughter of capt. E. Tazewell Cutler is visiting friends in upper Accomac. Misses Ida Ames and Laura Hopkins returned monday from a visit to friends near Eastville. Or. And mrs. W. G. Ayres and son left monday on a weeks trip to Baltimore and other places of interest. In a game of Ball Between Pungoteague and Eastville nines at Eastville on Friday of last week the former was Winner score 7 to 2. Or. R. Henderson for the Benefit of his health has retired to a farm leaving his Large mercantile business in the hands of two competent lady clerks. Miss Lucy daughter of or. F. A. Kellam is in Washington the guest of her brother or. F. A. Kellam 3d, a surgeon in the regular army with the rank of lieutenant. Rumor has it that marriage Bells will soon be ringing in our town. A popular Blacksmith and a handsome suburban Farmer Are reported As willing to have their names added to the list of Benedicts. Belle Haven. Mrs. Jennie d. Wills is visiting relative in Norfolk. Miss Laura s. Mapp spent the week end with friends at Birds nest or. B. G. Watkins is Home from a business trip on the Western Shore. Miss Margaret Smith has returned from an extended trip to Baltimore my. Or. Burleigh Mears is Home from Richmond medical College for his summer vacation. Or. And mrs. Jennings Abdell and daughter Essie of Eastville were in town this week. Or. W. G. Emmett left wednesday for Johnson-willi8 sanitarium Richmond va., for treatment. Or. And mrs. Frederick g. Mapp Are Home from their wedding trip and now in their Home on Lee st. Or. And mrs. G. Walkley have As their guests miss Marion Nicholson of Haddonfield n. J., and Little miss Margaret Johnson of James Ville a. Well we have sold 40 bicycles. Who will be the next to say a Ray Cycle viz., the bes wheel made and no exception. Let us Send you a catalogue. Bloxom Bros., Mappsville a. Ziegler Bros. High Art footwear for women All styles for $3.00 and $4.00, Worth $3.60 and $5.00, at h. T. Mason amp co. Marriage. Berry Coard. A pretty marriage was solemnized at Mckemie presbyterian Church Drummond town saturday morning 18th. Inst., the contracting parties be Inger. John w. Berry and miss Mattie Coard both of Drummond town. They entered the Church beautifully and profusely decorated with peonies roses and mock Orange to the strains of Mendelsohn a wedding March played by mrs. Robert h. Oldham and were met at the altar by Rev. W. Lacy who performed the ceremony a Annie Laurie being rendered while the vows were being taken and a March As they left the Church. The Bride was handsomely attired in travelling suit of Gray whip Ord hat and gloves to match the Groom in conventional Black. They left by the afternoon train for Philadelphia returning wednesday. The Bride is the popular daughter of or. And mrs. G. Welly Coard the Groom is the courteous and efficient postmaster of Accomac c. Both have Many friends who wish them Well on the life journey together. Accomac High school commencement. The closing exercises of the Accomac High school will be held next tuesday wednesday and thursday in the High school auditorium. On tuesday May 28, morning or. A. B. Dunaway will preach to the graduates the baccalaureate Sermon his subject being a character this will be Well Worth hearing and we Hope that though it will take place at 11 of clock a. M., Many May be Able to attend. The evening of that same Date will be Given to the children of the grammar and lower grades. An excellent program has been prepared consisting of songs dialogues pantomimes and an interesting com Dietta. This program will give Delight to All who May wish to attend and is rendered wholly by the pupils. The next Day wednesday evening the audience will be entertained by the music class of the school. Instrumental selections will be rendered by All grades. This promises to be a rare music feast. The music medal will also be delivered that evening to the Winner miss Louise Parks. Thursday evening will be the regular commencement night Given to the graduates. The commencement address will be delivered by or. Currell of Washington and Lee University who is a Well known educator. Other features of the evening will be the delivery of the a old Home prize a won by miss Leila Mccready and the delivery of diplomas by supt. Joynes to the six graduates misses Helen Parks bet tie Milliner Willie Hickman addle Wessels Mary Cary Taylor and Leila Mccready. This program will be generally interspersed with music giving a flavor to the exercises. It is to be hoped that the closing will be Well attended by the patrons. Let us show that we Are proud of our school and which Well deserves our Pride. _ Beal estate at auction. S. Wilkins Matthews executor of the last will and testament of Sallie w. Horsey deceased will sell at Public auction to the highest bidder at Lecato station in front of Matthews storehouse on saturday the 25th. Day of May next beginning at two of clock p.m., certain very valuable real estate of which the said Sallie w. Horsey died seized and possessed and which by the said last will and testament the said executor was authorized and directed to sell. This real estate has been sub divided into five very valuable farms and into eleven valuable building lots. On some of the farms there is a Large Quantity of valuable standing Timber. For further information in regard to said sub divisions see posters advertising the said Sale or plat of said property As made by Fred e. Ruediger county Surveyor. A plat of said real estate can be seen at the following places office of s. Wilkins Matthews Oak Hall a. Store of w. Conquest Oak Hall a. Matthews store Lecato station a. Office of. Warner Ames attorney at Law Onancock a. Office of John d. Grant clerk of court Accomac a. Store of Hall a. A family reunion. On the afternoon of the 10th., at her Home Walnut Grove mrs. Sarah a. Bird celebrated her 84th birthday with her children grandchildren and great grandson. It was an old time family reunion and each child Felt it was Good to be together once again a Neath the Home tree while the grandchildren Slaughter made the old Home ring with childish voices As of old. The family was Complete except two grandsons Harold t. Bird of the steamship Kearsarge and s. Bentley Bird of Richmond College. The following were present or. And mrs. S. Z. Turlington or. And mrs. A. Bird or. And mrs. . Bird or. W. E. Bird miss Daisy Bird miss Annie w. Bird mrs. Marie Bird Vick and Little son or. Austin Bird miss Bird master John h. Bird Little misses Geneva and Sarah Bird mrs. Margaret Willis mrs. Mary Stockley and mrs. Emma Mears. In horse 5 f team or business notices for Sale Fine driving years old not afraid o Auto. Have no use for it and therefore wish to sell. Perdue Painter a wanted to rent for 1913, farm on shares owner to furnish All but labor or will take charge of one for wages and Small percentage of crop. Can give Best of reference. Address p. O. Box 27, Mckemie Park a. For Sale or rent for 1913�?five-room dwelling with Halls situated in the Village of Mode town in 10 minutes walk of Church school and Posto Allce. For particulars apply to David t. Bundick Mode town a. For Sale or Exchange a the Prest o Lite Auto Gas tank in Stock. Save time and express charges by exchanging your exhausted Gas tank with us for a full one at $2.00 for 72-hour size no. B. Bloxom Bros., Mappsville a. Nonce All persons Are hereby forewarned from crossing or trespassing in any Way on the farm where John h. Onley now resides under penalty of a prosecution to the full extent of Law. John h. Onley. For rent my House and lot in Drummond town now occupied by me. Possession Given at once or january 1, 1913. Mrs. Ida Ailworth 655 w. Conway st., Baltimore my. 2-months-old True now ready for Sale. Notice of annual meeting. The annual meeting of the stockholders of Bank of Chincoteague incorporated will be held at its office at Chincoteague county of Accomac state of Virginia on the 18th Day of june 1912, Between the hours of three and four p. M., for the election of directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business As May properly come before the meeting. Daniel Jeffries cashier. Stockholders meeting. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the menhaden Oil amp guano co. Will be held in their office at Harborton va., on monday june 3rd., 1912. L. P. Allyn Secretary. Ball fringes in White Pink Blue and Champaigne. Johnson amp son. Fertilizers that will give Field results Royster fertilizers. Kept on hand and for Sale at Mckemie Park station will be shipped same Day order is received. Irish potato and Sweet potato fertilizers. Call drug store at Temperanceville a. A. Matthews agent. Nemo self reducing Corset for Stout women. A d. Johnson amp son. New line of China and japanese matting, 9x12 matting rugs at 3. S. Scott. Have you indigestion if so try a 50? bottle of or. Truittt a dyspepsia remedy at w. T. Wise a Onancock. Latest and most up to Date embroidered Floun cing Cluny rating baby Irish Irish Crochet and macrame bindings All widths. Johnson amp son. See our line of soft Silks Messaline silk Poppins and voile in All latest shades. A k d. A Johnson a son notice ten Beagle pups _ come and get the first Choice. Also my two old dogs As i done to have time to use them. Come to b. S. Ashby a store. L. Douglas Milliner Accomac a. For rent for 1913�?Good three horse farm High land plenty resources Large new dwelling. F. S. Smith Mapps Burg a. For Sale privately the House and lot in Drummond town the property of the late John e. Lewis. For terms &c., apply to b. T. Gunter Accomac a. To close oct we offer five Aspinwall four Row sprayers carried Over from last season at the Low Price of $37.50 thirty seven dollars and fifty cents s. W. Ames amp co., Pungoteague a. For rent for the year 1913 two farms near the Railroad and convenient to the wharf one a two horse and one a three horse farm both Nice dwellings and outbuildings abundant resources. Every acre suitable for trucks and in a High state of cultivation Well sheltered for Early crops. Will lease for term of years. S. W. Ames Pungoteague a. Wanted to buy a few shares of Stock of the Farmers amp merchants National Bank Onley va., and a few shares of Stock of the Eastern Shore of Virginia produce Exchange. In answering this and. State lowest Price and address All communications to Box 1. Onley a. For rent for year 1913, my dwelling of 8 rooms and 2 Halls now occupied by or. John d. Grant. For particulars apply to mrs. Ida Ailworth Accomac a. For Sale cow peas Black Eye whippoorwill Black new Era red rippers mixed and Soja Beans. Order now As prices Are advancing. Paul Cullen company Crisfield my. Now is the time to get rid of your rheumatism. You can do it by applying chamberlains liniment and massaging the parts freely at each application. For Sale by All dealers. For rent for year 1913, four or five Good truck farms to Good tenants. A. G. Kelly Onancock a. Notice Why Wear old fashioned things be up to Date. Buy by mail in Baltimore All the newest importations. Address mrs. Edward Douglas professional shopper 602 w. North ave., Baltimore my. Lame Back is usually caused by rheumatism of the Muscles of the Back for which you will find nothing better than chamberlains liniment. For Sale by All dealers. Notice houses moved by Day or contract built and repaired All on reasonable terms and satisfaction guaranteed. Phone in House. James j. Hartman Melfa r. F. D., no. 1. For sale�?40 hogs weight 30 to 160 pounds. Perry b. Slocomb new Church a. Wanted to buy a set of secondhand barrel hoop Iron forms. Notify us at once. Greenbush mfg. Co., Greenbush a. For rent barrel factory at Onley. Apply to l. O. Watson Onley a. For rent two farms at Keller with abundant resources and adapt to trucks. Both Good a farms and none but a Good tenant need apply. Geortz. Mapp Keller a. For Sale Indian runner Duck eggs pure White egg English Strain lays when five months old. Per setting of 13 $1.00. Mrs. Sargent p. Ward Belle Haven a. To barrel manufacturers this is to give notice that. I am in a position to give the lowest possible prices on no. 1 barrel hoops Staves and headings. You will save Money to get my prices before placing your order. E. Kelley new Church a. Lots for Sale at Lecato station Oak Hall a. John s. Parsons Accomac a. Notice Choice lots for Sale in Greenwood cemetery. For a prices Etc., apply to a j. Jones manager. Notice All persons desiring to pasture cattle hogs or sheep on the Marsh known As Kellams a Marsh or to use the shores of the Myrtle Grove Rose Hill or Fisherman a Home properties for trap fishing purposes will apply either in person or by letter to the undersigned. 8. K. Martin Harborton a. Summer time needful for. The House porch Lawn. Is your Home comfortably furnished hot weather Are you in need of new Portieles or draperies do you wish awnings to shut out the Sun and shut in the Shade any and All these important goods Are Here at tempting prices. Summer furniture. Styles peculiarly adapted for making the Home brighter and giving a freshness to the rooms. A display which we unhesitatingly claim to be the largest and choicest we have Ever exhibited. Porch rockers chairs. Benches porch and Lawn swings hammocks. Porch screens Good Strong durable screens at $1.00. $1.38 and $1.75. Refrigerators. Done to buy a refrigerator until you inspect our Stock. We have them at All prices. The very latest in Wall paper. Summer drug gets amp rugs in every weave style pattern design and Price. Wool and Fibre rugs detox rugs. These rugs make an Ideal Spring and summer floor covering. They Are soft and pliable odourless unbreakable and easily cleaned. Matting matting. The most economical floor covering you can buy. Hall runners Wood oleum curtains. We invite a personal inspection of our Stock of summer House furnishings. It w. S. Dickinson m son. Pocomoke City Maryland. E. Pate amp co. Great clearance Sale clothing. Of no need to wait for the mid summer Sale when you can get them now and at prices which Are far below real value. Among the Many exceptional bargains offered we might mention a few Viz $12.00 suits now $ 7.50 a a 10.00 15.00 18.00 20.00 12.00 14.50 each lot is comprised of a number of All Wool Serges worsted mers not shop worn but Good up to Date styles. We have never offered such values before. Let us show you there is no better Way to be convinced. And a Zwy umut Nelisi b 1 the average Man does not know very much about clothes he judges from the color and Cut of the garment but has doubt As to the wearing qualities. The Man who chooses Michael Stern amp co. Or Hart Schaffner amp Marx clothing does not Gamble. Six months after he has bought the suit he is still satisfied. S. . Onancock a. Los save from a to your ice Bill. An Eddy ice Chest. Is not Only a luxury but an Economy. The comforts afforded during the hot weather of having ice and the Economy of preserving milk butter provisions and perishables with minimum ice consumption in thoroughly clean sanitary germ free surroundings is what is assured every Eddy owner. Write us for catalogue and prices or better come in and see the several styles and sizes we have on the floor. Other specials to which we wish to Call attention. Straw and Panama hats direct from factory. Kuppenheimer clothing for men and Young men. A Complete line of porch and Lawn furniture hammocks porch screens Crex rugs Etc. R. L. Shield co. W. Clarke amp co proprietors a Pocomoke City my. Pure drugs soda water cigars Etc. Prescriptions carefully compounded. A Choice line of Garden seeds. Mail orders solicited. W. 11. Clarke it amp co., Pocomoke City my. Let me have your inquiries when needing Hay Corn Oats Mill feed flour sewer pipe shingles wire fencing bricks Lime Cement and buggies. Try palmers hydrated Lime for the construction of the Best Walls. Car plastering laths . Ask for prices on �?oatlas�?T1 Cement tile kind that i built the Panama canal. I handle it in car Load lots. Yours to please a. T. Hickman Painter a. Lloyd Blaine druggists Pocomoke City. Maryland. Articles jewelry watches Cut Glass lamps pictures Glass All sizes. Dealers in drugs drug sundries toilet clocks silverware chinaware amp lamp a. Sherwin amp Williams and John Lucas paints. Oils and varnish Ai Bastine the sanitary Wall coating mail and phone orders will receive careful and prompt attention. Garden and Field seeds in season. Lloyd amp Blaine Pocomoke City Maryland

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