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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - December 23, 1908, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Cams Tobt a a it cd in Accomac court House a. Saturday Atril 30.1s9s. John and owner. Local news. Was or or. William k Byrd commission merchant of Baltimore is in upper Accomac on his usual annual visit to relatives and friends in that Section. Mrs. W. P. Hudson detained in Berlin of account of the death of her Mother returns Home to a Day with a full line of millinery and fancy goods. Rev. W. S. Catlett of Moore Paw ill preach at Baptist Church sunday morning at the usual hour and at Harborton Baptist Church in the afternoon. Or. Or. Welly Coard of our town was awarded the contract at the meeting of the Peninsula fair Asso. Citation on tuesday for building exhibition Hall and grand stand of their grounds at Tasley. The bad weather of april almost continually from its begin aug culminated wednesday night in a Snow storm. The a a Beautiful Snow followed however by warmer we Atli on thursday and soon disappeared. Valuable vessel and Mill property of Charles p. Finney deceased will be sold at Public auction in front of hotel at Oua cock on saturday May eth 2 p. A. By the executors. A description of the property and terms appears in another column of this paper. A valuable truck farm situated near the Liue of Maryland and Virginia is advertised for Sale at private contract in this Issue by or. F. Dryden of Pocomoke City. The Price at which it is offered seems to be a very reasonable one. Read advertisement. Or. George Crockett who for the the last three months has been sick at his Home near Accomac c. H., and during the most of that time ill. It was thought beyond Hope of recovery is now improving and but Little doubt of his restoration to his usual health. Or. Charles Tull representing the Well known and reliable commission House of w. Duryea a sons new York made a tour of the county this week in the interest of the Linn. Read their advertisement in this Issue and it you want Good returns favor this firm with your shipments. The methodist conference coloured in session at Smithfield a last week made the following appointments for Accomac Savag Eville Cir Cuit. W. W. Wilson Onancock circuit e. T. Bailey Brummond town circuit Joseph Ducket Only Mission j. R. West Belle Haven and modes town circuits to be supplied. The Sale of the a Blackstone farm a near Drumm Oldtown belonging to the heirs of the late John w. Coard has been postponed until saturday May 21st, 1898. It will be Eold in two parcels of one Hundred acres each More or less instead of As a whole As Lier Tolore advertised the tale to take place at Gardner s a Tore at a a Seville. A Esmeralda a an intensely interesting comedy drug in will be rendered at the y. M c. A. Hall Eastville of thursday May Atli. It will by placed by a talented company of Young ladies and gentlemen Iron 1 i Ucros Anne. Md., who have Suc class Lully presented it in Salisbury Crist Leld Princess Anne and Cape Charles. La Astor j. Manning Dunaway preached his Farewell Sermon at Drummond town Baptist Church last sunday Aud leaves for Mario va., to Day. has served us with efficiency Aud ability Lor the last live years and we can commend him to his new charge. Every member of his Church Here we believe parts with him with sincere regret. Oyster inspectors were appointed by the Board of fisheries at its meeting in Hampton last week for the Eastern Shore As follows Accomac. First District Solomon Warner second and third districts Lee Kellam. Fourth District w. D. Dise tilth Dis. Triet James e. Anderton sixth District Allred j. Lewis seventh Dis. Strict. Walker Northampton Thomas Smith and Arthur e. Dennis. Or. We. P. Custis commission merchant Baltimore was at Accomac c. a monday court Day and received a cordial Welcome from Bis Many numerous friends Aud shippers to whom he has rendered such Satis factory returns in the past. still continues to do business Aud growing More popular As be does every year with our Farmers because of his fair dealings with them it is Safe to say that he Mav expect an increased patronage this season. Of tuesday aft noon j. W. Par Ker brakeman on the n. Y. P. Ski Railroad fell Between two freight cars while in motion at Bird s nest station and sustained injuries that proved fatal a few hour after the Accident. Or. Parker was of top of the train which was slowly pulling out of the tiding. His attention was directed to some object ahead and unconsciously he began to walk backward before he knew what be was doing be stepped off the end of the car Aud was hurled to the ground besides internal injuries his right leg Aud Arm were horribly mangled. His emails were Cariie to his Home in Delmar wednesday Cape Charles Light notes. O ii u h Rock. Or. R. Parker is putting his race track of Kerr Street in Good condition. Or. Williams of Salisbury my. Violinist performed at the Church concert on tuesday night. Strawberries began coming to our Market of wednesday having been supplied by our nearby Farmers. Miss Dodson with Ames shield amp co. Was ill during several Days recently but is now very much better. Mrs. F. T. Boggs and mrs. T. M. West and daughter left on monday for Baltimore to spend it time with relatives. The Geo. W. Powell graveyard was removed this week from the farm purchased by Everett j. Beloate to the cemetery. Or. Randolph Peyton of Richmond a. Special insurance agent spent several Days in town recently while of a trip to Accomac adjusting fire losses. The concert and supper for the Benefit of the building fund of the m. Church South held on tuesday right at the town Hall was Well patronized the Gross receipts being $78 much improvement is going of in town. Churches dwellings Aud fences under repairs rebuilding and repainting. May the work Coati us it till the town is restored to its usual neatness Aud Beauty. Miss Nancy Hyde of Baltimore was the guest of miss Lela Powell this week. During her visit she took an important part As vocal 6oloist, in the concert Given for the Benet it of the m. Church South. Thermometer dropped to 87 degrees of thursday morning. Tender vegetation greatly retarded Aud injured. Strawberries set Back Aud Probach Cut Short it brought great discomfort to Man and beast alike. Winter fires Aud wraps a necessity. The fishing Industry with us this season Lias been a failure. No one engaged in it has made any Money. Saxis now has connection with other parts of the county by Telephone. The phone was put in last week. Mrs. Margaret Ellis who was so severely burned several weeks ago. Continues to be a great sufferer though daily improving. A new storehouse is being built Here by or. Wesley Young. More room wus needed by him to meet the demands of increasing Trade. The number of pupils enrolled in our schools last session was 180, average daily attendance 81. The school House Here does not furnish comfortable accommodations and a new one ought to be built before another session. Misses Ethelyn Jones and Annie or Crew. Teachers in our Public schools for the past session left for their Home in Buckingham co. Va., on 82d inst. Their work was efficient and satisfactory and our people Wii be glad to have their services again. The Oyster shucking House and contents of capt. George Martin of Marsh near ibis place was destroyed by fire on Friday digit of last week. It was the work of an incendiary the Blaze having been started with fodder a Roku stack of a citizen of this place. Loss about $150. The Road leading to saxes at this time is almost impassible. Very few now Are so bold As to attempt to make the trip in a vehicle Over it in the right time and in the Daylight when you get in a Hole you Are by no Means sure you will get out again without assistance. Or. Fletcher bad Bis Carriage badly broken Iasi week in attempting to make the trip. Horh Lvii our people Well supplied with fish at this time. Mrs. S. T. Johnson is in Petersburg visiting her daughter. Miss no eely Taylor of Baltimore is visiting friends in town. Measles have been raging Here of late but few cases at this time. Three dressmaking establishments in our town at present and All Busy. Doctor a. G. Vaden a former Resi. Dent paid us a Short visit this week. Our Oyster men report poor results in Oyster business during season just closed. Mrs. Taylor and daughter have returned to our town and will make it their future Home. Our Public schools closed monday and it private school was opened on tuesday by mits Essie Evans. War is All the talk with us by our citizens of every calling and no one is Ever too Busy to quit work for that purpose. Mrs. Taylor is having a hand some dwelling built in our town and one or two More will soon be in course of erection Aho. Or. C. V. Trader a Soldier from Oklahoma who has been sojourning Here of late leaves in a few Days to receive orders from the government As a recruiting officer. Rev. F. Garner preached a Fine Sermon in our town on sunday night. A watch and Pray Quot was the subject of his discourse and the manner in which he handled it made a Fine in pression. Write to us Lor estimates on doors Sash blinds Stair rails and All other kinds of building material hardware paints amp a. Stock Large prices Low. Or. R. D. L. Fletcher will be at Accomac c. H., the first Day of every county court to receive orders for the firm. Cape Charles ice amp lumber co. L . Mrs. Martha a. Munger led on the 20tli inst Neil 78 years. Mrs. Jos. T. Rowley is visiting friends in Philadelphia. Rev. T. Martindale p. E., preached at m. Church last week. Schooners Whiting and Colt loaded with oysters for new Jersey this week. Or. C. Heury of Richmond is talking of locating Here to practice his profession. Or. B. B. Topping our popular jeweler will move to Milford del., next monday to the regret of hit a Tauy friends. The members of the m. P. Church Are talking of holding a Camp meeting Here in August. A few years ago they were held Here Aud much Good was accomplished. Our Public schools close Djou the 28th inst. Prof. W. Warren will Coati use to teach a private school. Prof. F. Ward has left for his Home near Wachapreague. A a by key caused the horse of capt. Porter Birch to take fright Aud run away this week throwing him wife and baby from buggy. The vehicle was torn up but occupants escaped without much injury. Capt. Levin Booth one of our larg est and Thrift est Oyster planters und mits Mary Bowden daughter of or. Tics. Bowden of me Tompkin were married at the residence of capt Sealmore Bloxom on the 21st inst., Rev. G. W. Kiracofe officiating. Cats. John w. And w. C. Bull aug Are in Philadelphia this week. They will return of Steamer Absecon which has been there several weeks undergoing repairs and receiving improvements in the shape of new machinery at an expense of $8,000. Messick express messenger Here was called to Alexandria va., this week to visit his brother Frank Messick. was dead when he arrived there. The deceased was Wel known in this Section and popular with everyone who learn with great sorrow of his Early death. Arrival sat Atlantic hotel this week f. W. Byrd r. B. Fisher a. Herwick Baltimore Chas. Ames j. W. Long r. F. Powell Philadelphia Ellis hand port Norris n. C. Hancock Atlanta a. John Ayres Girdletree my. L. F. Wilson Logan Henderson j. W. Broughton Accomac. Pur Kilejr. Or. R. D. White has been surveying in District no. 8 this week. Rev. R. B. Sanford of Vienna md., visited relatives and friends in town this week. Or. R. Rew of this place left for Mariod Virginia tuesday 2uth, to practice his profession. Or. Geo. Johnson of Pocomoke City md., spent sunday at the Home of his father 1. T. Johnson. Miss e. S. Chadbourne and Mother left this week for their summer Home at Savine Hill Boston mass. Miss Susie Dickerson Ami or. Edgar Fletcher both of Bloxom were married in Princess Anne md., at the Home of her sister wednesday 27th just. The school Board has decided to build a Large schoolhouse at this place at once. The lots were purchased by d. Johnson clerk. Monday morning. Miss Bertie Watts of this place and Rev. L. Spencer of of South Caro Lina were married in Zion Baptist Church on wednesday 27th inst., and will leave for his Home in South Carolina on monday the 2d of May. Miss Adeline Llewellyn White and or. Samuel Lafayette Baker of this place were married on wednesday in the m. P. Church by Rev. Or. Stone and left on the 3 80 train for old Point and other tout Hern resorts. The Bride was Given away by her brother a. P. White or. Or. D. A Lewis acted As Best Viau and miss Bessie Mason As maid of Honor. S. C. Parkes and r. D. White acted As Ushers. Miss May Johnson presided at the Organ. A Nicy or. W. Waterfiel quite sick last week is out again. Work on the Large factory of Savage amp Ames will begin in a few Days. Lumber has been ordered for the Large Canning factory to be built Here by or. W. T. Broughton. Master Chester Savage has accepted the Agency for the Sale of Philadel phia record at this place. Or. A Ames accompanied by his wife Aud sister miss Maggie Finney visited Baltimore this week. Or. John p. Wilson commission merchant philae Typhia. Was the guest of or. L. Savage this week. Or. John Blacknall for the last six weeks the guest of his sister mrs. Griffith has returned to his Home Raleigh n. C. Or. Smith the Telephone Man of Middletown del., was Here this week in the interest of our line which has been out of fix of late. The contract for building 75 stables at the Peninsula fair grounds Tasley was awarded last tuesday to messes. Stevenson amp Hutchinson of this place. Owing to illness in the family the Rev. Willie Savage was prevented from filling Bis appointment at the Only sunday school on the 28th, but his father or. Savage was pres ent and gave a very pleasing and impressive talk to All. Brother Jeter is a Good Christian and he is made Happy when he can speak a word for his master. Come again brother. 1898 Crawford bicycles Price $27.50 and freight added. W. T. Wise Onancock a mrs. John Onley was stricken with paralysis Early saturday morning her physician has Bat slight Hopes of her recovery. It is reported unit or. Bad i Ross will Purchase the farm of vim. P. Burdick and will take Possession of same the last of this year. Rev. Walter Rhodes occupied his pulpit last sunday to the Delight of a Large audience. His subject was Quot religion and politics Quot end created much interest in the Community. J.,the death of mrs. Tabitha Shreves last week was the cause of much sad Ness in the Community. She Wab s3 years old Aud Lead been a member of the Baptist Church for More than fifty years. Mode town is improving along All lines. Have a graded Road through tie Village Telephone service several new houses going up paint and Whitewash on the old buildings which make i he place look new. It is announced that Rev. Walter Rhodes pastor of the Baptist Church will begin a series of sermons of the Quot second coming of Christ Quot the second sunday in May. The subject of the first Sermon in the series will be Quot the Early christians expectation Aud the reasons for their Cunti Sulu a. Rev. S. Simmerman will not fill any next Sudny he is absent from the county. The pulpit at red Bank Church will be filled by Rev. P. Purnell of sunday morning next at usual preaching hour. Ziou Church will be reopened second sunday in May. Sermon by Rev. W. Zeames of Northampton. The pastor wants to shake the baud of every member of that Day and in. Viies All to be present. Rev. G. F. Hopkins pastor will lecture a on the manners Aud customs of India Quot at m. Church Parksley wednesday right May Ltd no charge for admission Aud every body will be welcomed. Cwm a s missionary society of Zion Baptist Church will meet at Bliss Lizzie masons House wednesday May Ltd. Hope to see full attendance. Mrs. W. F. White president. Rev. Walter Rhodes will preach a1 Atlantic Baptist Church of sunday Aller Oon at 3 o clock May 7tli, a second Sermon in a series on the the subject will be a the divine system of redemption in the four Ages of the As the Church is usually crowded when or. Rhodes preaches it would be Well to Roluti Early to secure beats. I . There will be a fair Aud festival at Halls compel on Wilt monday for Benefit of said Church. Everybody is invited to attend and have u Good time Aud help a Good cause. Tile Beautiful drama in two acts a among the Breakers will be rendered it Zion Sclifo Alioune by the Zion dramatic club thursday night. May 5th, for the Benefit of Zion Baptist Church or of Friday right f weather prevents that night. Doors open at 7 89. Admission adults 25 cents children 1� cents. A lecture will be Given at. Hour Tutu. For the Benefit of Kearny memorial Baptist Church of monday May 8utb, Whitsuntide before which a pleasure and profit Tea Quot will be trived ice Cream cake ac., in abundance. If weather inclement next fair evening . The Young louies Guild of holy Trinity Church will give a entertainment wednesday evening May 4th, at town Hall Onancock consisting of a farce. Quot a proposal under difficulties a und vocal music by or Berkeley Griffith a Singer of reputation in wus Hougton and local Talent of court House and Onancock. After a Tapper will be served by the ladies of the Church. All cordially invited. I ill out Ion fit Linn. The result or the local option election held in Puri Oteague Lee and me Tompkin districts on saturday 23. Inst is us follows Rug Oteague District. Belle Haven for License 33,against 32. Pungoteague for License 327. Against 92. Hawks nest for License 105, against 20. Wauhap Reaguer for License 170, against 31. Total for License 041, against License 181. Lee District. Luau cock for License 185, against 17g. Accomac c. H., License 320, against 42. Tangier Island for License 4_ against 145. Total for License 515, against License 3g3. Me Tompkins District. Masonville for License 44, against s4. Nesto Wuy for License 73, against 32. Mumps Villez for License 70, against 84. Bloxom for License 59, against 34 total for License 240. Against License 184. Full privilege. The following privileges at the a Peninsula fair grounds Quot will be be rented to the highest bidder Al Tasley va., on tuesday May Loti at 2 30 p. In boarding tent Barber shop space for exhibition of organs stoves carriages machines Etc merry go round and other Side shows confectionary ice Cream and photo graph tents and horse Pound. Terms made known on that Day. C. C. Dix Sec a. Mild it court proceedings. Wiull term. Isis. Noah o. Mears it als is. George w. Richardson it us it als. Decree referring cause to commissioner in chancery. Mary a. Tignall is. Benjamin e. Watkinson it not alb. Decree confirming report of Thos. B. Quinby attorney &c., and removing cause from docket. Charles t. Scott and wife is. Riley Pryor and wife. Decree of reference. Lula k. Taylor metals is. A. Webster Taylor it als. Decree confirming report of special commissioner of May 15th, 1897, payment of costs and taxes and for payment of interest to defendant Hettie Taylor. Win. Walsh is. Ulia a. Fisher and others. Decree confirming report of l. Floyd Nock special commissioner for payment of costs and attorney s fee to plaintiff his share and referring cause to Muster and for conveyance to purchaser. Margaret f. Mapp is. Elizabeth l. Mapp and others. Decree confirming report of trustee and for collection of fund. Robert Custis coloured executor is. Eliza Custis it als. Decree confirming report of l. Floyd Nock executor. Southey s. Grinnalds is. Charles r. Odom and wife is als. Decree confirming report of l. Floyd Nock special commissioner. T. Parks is co., is. James j. Bloxom. Decree removing cause from docket. Charles l. Mears is. Susan f. Mears it als. Decree confirming report of commissioners &e., for payment of costs amp a. And removing cause from docket. 8. T. Martin Assignee judgment creditor is. Ellen p. Joynes it als. Decree referring cause to commissioner in chancery. Webb it Suttle judgment creditors. Who sue it st. Is. Joseph Slocomb it Els. Decree referring cause to commissioner in chancery. Benj. G. Johnson trustee is. G. 9. Guillette amp others. Decree for payment of Cost Anil attorneys fee for Deposit in bunk Aud referring cause to master commissioner and submitting cause to judge in vacation. Ida Massey by next Friend is. Olio d. Massey. Decree for divorce of the parties a Vincolo Matrimonia. Powell is Garrison is. George c. Mapp it wife Aud others. Decree removing cause from docket. Win. Walsh it als. Is. Jno. Fishers administrator it als. Decree confirming report of l. Floyd Nock special commissioner for payment of costs and distribution. Sex Parte petition of Peter w. Hancock and others trustees amp a. Decree authorizing trustees to Mort Gage property. Bowdoin Richardson is wife is. Thos. Kelly it Al. Decree confirming reports of special commissioner filed May 5, 1897, and of commissioner in chancery filed april Loti 1897. Albert s. Matthews who sues sic. Is. Edward kill Ian s administrator sic. Decree removing cause from docket. We. P. Harvey amp co., it als. Is. Win. C. Lewis it us it als. Decree confirming report of Jno. Wise sheriff and for removing cause from docket. Albert j. Rew is. Tully g. Fisher and others. Decree confirming re. Port of Jno. Blackstone and others commissioners for payment of costs &c., Aud removing cause from docket. Richard f. Mason is. Mary e. Mason is others. Decree confirming special commissioner s report Aud Lor withdrawal of Sarah e. Lewis share Thos. C. Kelly is. Elijah Kelly it tils. Decree for withdrawing funds from Bank for payment of costs und taxes for collecting Aud assigning Bond due this cause for distribution of two sixths of said funds to Lee a. And Mary Nock and for reinvestment of balance of funds. John a. Chambers trustees is. Petty f. Shore and wife it als. Decree confirming report of Thos. B. Quinby special commissioner for conveyance to purchasers for payment of costs and expenses of enit and distribution. Geo. W. Hinmon is. Frank a. Hinman it als. Decree confirming report of attorney Jas. Fletcher jr., for payment of unpaid taxes and for payment to Geo. W. Tinmun of account for Board of infant. Henry Clark is. Manie m. Clark. Decree divorcing parties from the Bonds of Matrimony. Jas. Carroll Evans is. Vinnie Leal Chandler and others. Decree con Fil ining to report of l. Floyd Nock special commissioner. John a. Chambers trustees who sue &c., is. Geo. Evans and others. Decree confirming report of s. T. Ross commissioner in chancery Aud for Sale. We. G. Wetherall who sues &c., is. Peley Hussey s administrator it als. Decree confirming reports of commissioner in chancery and commissioner to assign Dower and for Sale of balance of land. T. V. Rhea who sues &c., is. Susan a. Marshall s administrator. Decree referring cause to master. Corbin f. Corbin is wife is. Susan j. Bell and others. Decree confirming report of special commissioner and for payment to defendant Cornelius Bunting of his share. Julia e. Wit bum by next Friend is. Charles s. Witham. Decree for divorce a Vincolo for custody of infant for costs Aud Dis Mission from a Ket. James a. Swift it als. Is. Of f. W. Swift it als. Decree confirming report of special commissioner Aud removing cause from docket. John r. Hinman sri a executors is William j. Lewis is wife amp a. De Cree confirming report of Jno. D Grant clerk and receiver. Concluded next week slur Clcil. Kelley Smith at the Maryland line april 27th, 1898, by Rev a. Walter Arzilla Guy Koptev and miss Effie Smith ail of Accomac county Virginia. School trustee. Jami Totin fur Ile Moyal according to published proceedings of 8chool trustee electoral Board. A term of office As alleged before the electoral Board Quot neuralgia conflict with professional duties desire to be As per vouchers now in my Possession. I never was afflicted with neuralgia nor do i remember that sickness of any kind Ever kept me from my duties As trustee neither was there Ever any conflict with professional duties. I never made any request to be relieved from the duties of the office Udre Enumerative As it was and even if so. Common Courtesy would have so credited me in the published proceedings of the electoral Board. A stated in or. Mappus letter a a complaints As to better school House and More school no Refuge in Ostering Industry and railroads doctor. Laudable appeals for better school facilities have been made to the District boards from the organization of the free school system and will continue to be made As Long As the system continues. The length of our school term seven months and the fact that Atlantic District poor As Bhe is has proportion ably More and better Public school buildings Chan any other school District in the county in the Oyster Section especially shows that the District Board has met these appeals to the full sex. Tent of its ability notwithstanding the advice of or. Mapp privately and publicly Quot not to build but rent whenever furthermore no complaints have Ever come to the Atlantic District Board Aud no appeals from or. Mapp save for a portion of the school fund for his travelling expenses a thing unknown in any acco Mac county official and an amount not paid the former superintendent of school of per quotation from or. Weavers letter now before me. A the Law allowed no extras for the county superintendent hence i presented none during my terms of office. All expenses for horse hire travelling hotel Bills &c., were paid for by the superintendent out of his own funds it not even stationery nor postage Stamps were these travel Ling expenses sic., were not Given to a efficient superintendent whose salary was much le6s than that of the present incumbent. Eight thousand dollars for twelve years round numbers and advantages which cannot be estimated in dollars and cents for services and skill but Little if any in excess of those of a clerk of a District Board of trustees ought to have satisfied the cravings of an Ord Inary mind without reaching out after eight Hundred dollars More which legally belong to the schools which the doctor professes so much to Iove. �?o45 visits to the 29 schools in Atlantic nevertheless doctor your deep Devotion and ardent enthusiasm for the Public schools have never caused you to appear before the Little ones of this District since your last appointment. Quot not an unkind word or in Inua. All As Lovely As a May morning medical acumen versus Legal Loro. No doctor there was no demand for an edict sex Cathedra in defence of your associates for i am fully satisfied by direct information that the action of judge Ross and or. Gunter in my Case was based upon Quot a misapprehension of facts a and i hereby gladly withdraw any apparent reflection on these gentlemen in any thing i have written. No trustee however Long and faithful his service need hereafter stand in trepidation while these gentlemen guard the por tals. I Grant that Atlantic school Board has More than once antagonized or Mapp in his personal desires and for this i have no apology to make but or. Editor i am not mad with anyone. Bellicose As we All Are at this time 1 am a a left with a feeling of a peace with All the world and the rest of Mankind Quot and stand ready to forgive and to help even or. Mapp out of this unfortunate predicament into which his own Boomerang has thrown him. Respectfully Jos. Brodwater. Bill la Quot in Amor Ailo Pittl. At the last regular meeting of the Baptist pastors conference of the Eastern Shore j. L. King and go. Hurt were appointed to draw up the following resolutions and have the same printed in the county papers whereas brother j. Manning Dunnaway feels it to be his duty to leave his present Field and go to Southwest Virginia and inasmuch As he is father of the conference and has been its honoured president since its first meeting therefore be it resolved 1. That we recognize the fact that we lose a valuable member and that we give him up with great reluctance. 2. That while we deeply regret his removal from our midst we heartily commend him to the Brethren of Southwest Virginia and humbly Prav god s richest Blessing upon him and his in his new Field of labor. Deahn. Or. James Parks of b., died at his Home near Margatha on thursday. 21st inst., aged about 75 years. Mrs. Joseph Hickman a very estimable lady died at her Home in Scarborough a neck on thursday �?��?T1st inst., aged 64 years and was on saturday in cemetery at Cra Oakville m. Church South after funeral Sermon by Rev. R. Griffith her former pastor. Her husband two daughters and two sons survive her. Or Alfred Conquest a worthy Citi zen of upper Accomac. Died at his Home at Assawoman on tuesday of last week aged 75 years. Services were held Over his remains at his borne on thursday conducted by Rev. E f. Garner. Two sous Frank and William cod quest and three daughters mrs. T. S. Phipps of Montana mrs. William Bill of Cam Den n. J., and mrs. Manie Kelly of this county survive him. Local continued on second Page i a ii i a mss mobs so a pm my msww&o., if you want a new dress for conference or for Tok the easter holidays Call and see our line of Spring dress goods. Black silk Satin Duchess taffeta brocaded silk Black silk Luxor moire velours. Many other new goods and trimmings at moderate prices in spite of the Advance made by the manufacturers to correspond with the new car Load of matting right. A styles right. A ladies come see them. S. Dickinson amp to of Pocomoke dry goods carpets and furniture Emporium. Pocomoke City. Wid. Your a attention we invite the attention of our Many friends and customers of Accomac and Northampton counties to our most Beautiful exhibition of a a men a boys and children a Spring and summer a clothing _ never have we shown so Many new ideas. The fabric and patterns Are of Rich design nicely trimmed and equal to the Best tailored in Memy to Mir w go we especially Call attention to our very Large Stock and great variety of styles from which to select. We feel Safe in saying that we can fit any size and suit the most fastidious in style and Price and stand ready to refund the Money if goods and prices Are not satisfactory. If you have not been one of our customers give us a Call this season and we will do our Best to please you. All orders receive prompt and careful attention. Yours truly i. Merrill Peninsula clothing Emporium new store flt Tasley station a now open and stocked with a full line of a we can also till All orders for Coal shingles lumber bricks Hay Glass amp Alv feet and All kinds of at the lowest possible prices. You Are cordially invited to Call. T. S. Hook chs so go., Tasley Mutual life insurance co.,-Milwaukee, $92,649,960.o dividends which have averaged during the past ten years More than 30 per cent of the Premium paid annually to policy holders thus reducing their premiums and providing insurance at lowest possible Cost consistent with Security. Endowment policies for investors. Loan and Cash surrender values absolutely guaranteed. Represented by-0. L. Parker Onancock a. Ast correspondence invited and particulars cheerfully i great Spring 11 j opening 4�?-of Fine Spring a a clothing shoes hats and general bargains in so co., the Busy store of Onancock a. W. Bunting manufacturer of and dealer in Accomac fish phosphate and acid lated and crude-3d2r.y fish scrap Sar sold for Cash cheaper than Ever before. Dry ground fish scrap$25 per ton at works. _

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