Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Big Stone Gap Post Newspaper Archives Feb 25 1920, Page 4

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - February 25, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Peninsula John w. Edmonds. Enterprise editor and owner. Accomac court House a entered at the tost office at Accomac o. Va., As second class matter a saturday. March 11, 1911. Sales advertised in Enterprise. Thursday Marob 16, 1911, at Keller by p. A. Colona amp co., entire livery outfit horses buggies wagons Robes amp a saturday March 25, 1911, at Locust Ville by the heirs of mrs. Margaret s. Parker deceased household and Kitchen furniture. Local news. All grammar schools in Atlantic school District will close March 17th, 1911, by order of the Atlantic school Board. Or. Zadoc r Lewis formerly of Aeo Omac c. H., now of Hunting greek is in Hospital at Salisbury to be on for kidney trouble. R miss Oneida Melson Pupil of Peabody Institute Baltimore is Home on a visit of a week or so to her parents or. And mrs. Levin t. Melson. Misses Elizabeth Chadbourne and Lucille Martindale of Boston mass., arrived at Accomac 0. H., this week for a sojourn of several weeks at hotel Doughty. _ or. Asa Driscoll of the Drummond town methodist Church and or. A. Dunaway of the Baptist Church will Exchange pulpits sunday morning March 12th. The farm of w. 0 Smith deceased near protons will be sold in two parcels at that place on satyr Day april 15, 3 of clock by we. L. Nock executor. The Drummond town methodists will on easter monday night present in Belles Hall two dramas both humorous a a a Case of suspension and a a if morning glory at a late meeting of the Board of directors of the Peninsula fair association at Tasley or. John w. Hickman was elected Secretary and treasurer in place of or. Thos. S. Hopkins resigned. Mrs Ella Hickman of Accomac 0. Hof late in Maryland Hospital Baltimore for treatment was operated upon for a very serious trouble about a week ago. The advices Are that a she is doing As Well As could be there will be an Oyster roast at Banting Creek tuesday night March 14ih. If weather should be inclement it will be held the next fair night. A g Good time is anticipated. Everybody Welcome proceeds for Yie Benefit of the new Church fund. Brooks Mapp trustee will sell at Public auction at Pungoteague on Friday afternoon March 31st, the piece or parcel of land belonging to the heirs of Sophia Parker deceased containing five acres More or less situated near Pungoteague. Terms of Sale will be made known on Day of Sale. L. Floyd Nock special commissioner will sell at Public auction on saturday March 18th, 1911, at two 2 of clock p. M., at. Pungoteague 20 acres of land on Nandua Creek adjoining the lands of Olande Mcclain John b. Henderson and others and originally belonging to James Martin or. For terms &e., see posters. New advertisements this week j. A. Kernodle Tinner and plumber r. A Young pure Berkshire bred pigs Chas. A. Gibbons amp a 2 14i report of Parksley National Bank Mapp amp Mapp order of publication John w. West order of publication j. Cleveland White amp notice to canner Royster guano co. The Sale of the personal property of Levin l Hopkin deceased advertised by e. T. Powell administrator to take place on the late premises of the decedent at Wachapreague on last wednesday was postponed on account of the bad weather until next tuesday March 14 h. Sale will commence at 11 of clock on that Day. Or. Charles b. Mason of near a combo o. H., was kicked by a mole on sunday and. It was feared that be was seriously injured. The advices from Hospital in Norfolk where he was taken on monday by or. L. Del Orris Are that his shoulder dislocated by the blow has been placed in position and he May be expected Home in a Tew Days. All Confederate veterans who desire crosses of hoi or most Send in their application to mrs. James h. Fletcher Accomac va., president of the a Fierson Davis chapter u. D. C., not later than the 15th of next april. Crosses will not be conferred after this year and surely every old Veteran will want this badge of Honor for himself and his descendants. William j. And t Frank Russell attorneys in fact of mrs. Catharine Russ ii will sell at Public Ancylon on saturday March 25th1 p. Min front of store at Ewells Corner a certain tract or parcel of land containing 30 acres More or less situated at that place bounded by the lauds of Crip Taylor Oscar justi9 and others for particulars see posters. The heirs at Law of John e Wise dec e ised will sell at Public auction at past Ria on saturday april 8th, 1911, 3 p. M., the tract or parcel of lend of which the said John e. Wise died seized and possessed containing 75 acres More or less also a detached pice of Woods land containing 10 acres More or less both situate d near Pastoria. The two tracts to be sold As a whole. For full particulars see posters. Robert v. Massey formerly division Engineer of the new York division was tuesday appointed superintendent of the new York Philadelphia amp Norfolk railroads amp the Headquarters at Cape Charles Virginia. succeeds Elisha Lee who has just been appointed assistant to the general manager of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Or. Mas9ey was born at Dover Delaware september 29th, 1871, and graduated from Yale University in 1892, in which year he entered the service of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Stewart k. Powell and Warner Ames trustees will on saturday the 11th Day of March next at 3 of clock p. Ra., in front of the store. Neighbourhood notes. Onancock. Mrs. George t. Finney is in Baltimore visiting relatives. Or e. 0 f. Oustis spent the week in Wilmington Delaware. Or. 0. W. Leatherbury spent the week in the Northern cities. Miss Lyda Edwards recently quite sick with pneumonia is convalescent. The first Chesapeake Shad of the season were in on Market monday. Miss Lyda Mcgrath sales lady for r. L. Shield company is in Baltimore for two weeks. Or. Frank m. West killed a dog that showed Many symptoms of hydrophobia on the streets tuesday. Miss Marie Morris the guest of miss Sadie e. Fletcher for two weeks returned to Norfolk monday. Master Belvin Killmon son of or. Leroy Killmon of Tasley. Is dangerously ill with neuralgia of the heart. Mrs. Alicia Hopkins who spent the Widter with her sister mrs. Waters of Baltimore arrived Home saturday the farm belonging to j. Drummond Fosque and Bister mrs. A. F. Cox has been sold to or. A. Lil Liston for $5,500.00. Miss Hortense Rhodes entertained at the Baptist Pastorino Friday afternoon from 3 to 5 of Olock in Honor other eleventh birthday. Lenten services at the episcopal Church will be held wednesday and Friday afternoon at 4 of clock and thursday evening at 7 30. The Cheriton and Onancock teams Wilt play the first game of fhe year on the Margaret Academy grounds this afternoon at three of Olock. Or. r. Hearn has been assigned by the Diamond 8tate Telephone co. To the Onancock office As contract agent. Or. E. G. Wright remains As superintendent of construction. Increased interest is bring manifested id the Public debate to be held in the High school auditorium tonight on the subject a resolved that Virginia should have state wide pro messes. N. W. Nock e. Belote and w. T. Evans left monday for fort Pierce Florida in which Section they will spend a week looking Over the country and its prospects for growing Early vegetables. Or. George w. Wright of Marion grand masonic lecturer for Virginia has been in town since tuesday exemplifying the masonic ritual. Classes for instruction met nightly in the Hall of Chesapeake Lodge. The condition of or. L. Hopkins shows some improvement. Or. Gordon Wilson of Maryland University Hospital Baltimore arrived wednesday for consultation with the attending physician. Or. Robertson. Or. Hopkins sons we. F. And Robert l., have been with him several Days. Chincoteague. On Rural schools dose March 17th. I get Onley. Or. Thos. Copes lost a valuable on fishermen Aro quite Busy get or8e let week Ting their nets ready it or fishing i mrs. Beechboard has been in i Schooner Delano a Rev. D this week Baltimore or sever1 Daj a from Norfolk with cargo of Coal and i or. And mrs. A. T. James spent Melfa. A go roller skates Are quite the Here with the Young people. Or. And mrs. G. Rew spent Day this week shopping in Salisbury. Or. A. Loft land has been on the Bick list this week but is improving now. Or. And mrs. Geo. O. Hatton of Hailwood spent sunday with or. And mrs. Will Phillips. Or. Percy Hatton has accepted a position of stenographer with business firm at Newbern n. Or. John Hartman of Norfolk spent monday at Home of his father where his grandmother is seriously ill. At a meeting of the Melfa fair Oaks schoolhouse co., inc., the subject of improving the grounds and building was taken up. Miss Louise Turlington gave a a a social to the Melfa fair Oaks Book club on thursday March 2d, and All report a pleasant evening. On a a Phil has ordered his new Spring suit and is frequently seen while in deep meditation to be wreathed in smiles and softly singing a Beautiful dream come the Melfa dramatic Lonb will present the drama a Dot the miners daughter a on tuesday March 21st, at the Hall Here. Critics pronounce the characters As representative and the play As very entertaining. We believe a majority of our voters would favor a loan for permanent improvement of Public roads. It would be Economy and real Progress and one of the most important prob lems now before on people. Parksley. Mrs. G c. Hatton and daughter of Hailwood Are visiting mrs. Charles Rogers. Or. Herbert Lewis of Philadelphia has reopen try been Here with his Mother. Miss May Snelling of Eden md., is a guest of relatives in this neighbourhood. Or. E. Parsons is on a business trip to Watha n. And Points in South Carolina. Mrs. James a. Taylor entered Hospital at Salisbury wednesday for treatment accompanied by her Hus a band. Miss Viola Roger is Home from a 4rip to Baltimore for a few Days. She will leave in a few Days to accept a position in Charlottesville a. Or. And mrs Ira 0. Mote spent a few Days this week with or. And mrs. A Eaton in route from a visit in the South to their Home at Newark Del. House of e. Boggs amp son in the Village of Cashville sell at Public anti of to the highest bidder the very valuable standing Timber and farm of which Thomas Harrison died seized and possessed containing 53 acres More or less and located near the said Village of Cashville. The standing Timber and then the farm will first be sold separately but the said trustees Reserve the right alter the said Timber and farm separable to expose the said tract of land and the Timber thereon for Sale As a whole. For further information see posters or address the said trus toss. Silva. Or. Walter White of Delaware is at the Home of his brother or. We. White. Or e. 8. Pettit has his fish Pound Down and reports herring As yet very scarce. Or. L. Moore of Salisbury was in on Village the past w6ek, looking after his saw Mill business. Mrs. W. E. Pettit is spending the week with her to her mrs m. W pilchard of near Stockton my. Or. John s. Hill died at his Home Here february 28, of Brights disease after a Long illness. was born at Snow Hill in 1856, and moved to Virginia 31 years ago. is survived by his wife and seven children a. Hill of Parksley e a. Hilt of Saxis mrs. May and Maggie Brimer miss Lillie Hill and messes. Dennie and Groton Hill All of thi9 place. Funeral services were held at 8ign Post Church thursday morning by Rev e. Jones of Crisfield assisted by Rev. F. P. Krauss. Wie buried at Britting bams a cemetery near new Church. The decease d was Afaith jul Loving a devoted father and Good neighbor he was a big Factor in the erection of the m. P. Church at this place and was one of its charter members. File Aravalle. Mrs. James Thornton is very ill at this time. Miss Delaney Byrd left for Baltimore last week. Opt. O. Gladding who has been on the sick list is slowly improving. Schooner Eller Cripps left last week with a Load of oysters for Baltimore. Mrs. James weasels who has been on a visit with parents and friends at Pocomoke City re timed Home last week. Or h w. Weasels has purchased a number of Strawberry plants called the a everlasting bearers a which Cost 40 cents per Plant. On line of All Wool sni Tings for menus tailored garments is the snap Piest we have Ever shown. Come in and look them Over for yourself. We guarantee to fit Yon. L. Shield co. A full line of base Ball goods carried in Stock write for catalogue. S. Mills last week in Maryland on a business trip. Mrs. John w. Rogers is visiting her sister mrs. Kate Brown Philadelphia. Extensive improvements Are being made by or. L. Savage on his premises. Or. Charles Walker and Mother spent last week in Northampton visiting relatives. Miss Alice Savage entertained in _ Honor of her Cousin or. George b. 4th, aged 31 years leaving wife and Savage the evening of the 3d, and a one child. was the fifth of that reception was Given same evening to Many of her Yonng friends by miss Amanda Bull. The dwelling of or. Will copes narrowly escaped dest notion by fire caused by gasoline fixtures the night of 7th. At one time it was thought to be doomed but by timely assistance it was saved with slight damage. Among the late visitors to town were or. Harry joyous of Pitts Burg a Home of or. And mrs. A. T. James. Or. Jeter Marsh of n. Y. P. Amp n. R., guest of his Cousin miss l Maida Marsh or. And mrs. Edwards of Norfolk at Home of capt. And mrs. Zeke Bloxom mrs. Or. O. Euber of Parksley with her aunt mrs. Sadie Savage. Building material. Rev. Thos. Neal jr., baptized three members last sunday and will baptize four More next sunday. The w. O. T. U. Convention will be held Here sunday 26th. Mrs. Sparks and others will make addresses. The Northern oysters Are playing ont and ours have been More in demand past two weeks than during season. Or. Sealmore Carpenter died on the name to die Here since last August. Cards Are out for the marriage of miss Hettie daughter of capt. John w. Bloxom of this place and or. Charles Matthews of Camden n. J., at brides Home the morning of 15th. Or. Zadoo Ayres has resigned clerkship with Whealton mercantile co., and is succeeded by or. Walter Bowen. Miss Katherine Turlington has also accepted position with same firm. son of or. Geo. R Oole Burn has entered into contract with Norfolk base Ball team known As Virginia league for season beginning March 26th. will get per month $75 00 and expenses. A cow of capt. W. Bunting on sunday gave birth to a calf with two Heads two Mouths four ears and four eyes. It was sold by him to or. Hur Sanford. Us. Miss Lizzie trader is visiting friends die who has taken it to Philadelphia Pocomoke we t. U. Convention. The w. O. T. U. Convention will be held with the Onancock Union on tuesday and wednesday March 14th and 15th the first session will open tuesday evening 14th, at 7 30 in the m. E. Church. All delegates and visitors Are requested to Send names to mrs Geo. Elmore Onancock As soon As possible the program for tuesday evening will be interesting and varied. The pastors of the other churches and Rev. Or. Wiliey will in their addresses sound the key note for state wide prohibition. The Hon. G 6 Joynes will deliver the address of Welcome on behalf of the Board of education mrs. Wray Pauline Sparks a virginian by birth who Oomes to As from the state of new Jersey a very forcible and magnetic speaker will deliver the main address of the evening. We expert to make this the Best convention Ever held in the county and cordially invite the Publio especially All who Are interested in helping to make this old 8tate of Oura a safer place for the coming generation. Appointments of mrs. Sparks. Cape Charles sunday March 12th. Belle Haven monday March 13th. Onancock tuesday and wednesday March 14th and i5th. Wachapreague thursday March 16th Accomac Friday March 17th. Zion sunday morning March a filth. , March 19 the. Bloxom. Monday March 20th. Gul Foid Church tuesday mar 21st. Horntown wednesday March 221. Greenbackville thursday and Friday March 22d and 24th. Chincoteague sunday. March 26th. Lbs. S. O. James miss Minnie Mii is committee. Notice to All dissatisfied members of Eastern Shobe of a. Produce Exchange quote within 10 Days lowest figures that will buy your Stock in Eastern Shore of a. Produce Exchange and How Many shares to sell. Wh1 sell Back within 6 months to any Farmer that wants to become a Loyal member 1 share at Sam As i pay him or her i retaining the dividend for 1911. I advise All Farmers to hold their Stock and buy More if they can. And will place on exhibition in dime museum in that City. Visitors to town this week e. P. Timmons miss Della Booth Wilmington or. G. Walter Mapp and wife acc Mac or. And mrs. Eba Lewis new York. Out of town mrs. W. Warren and miss Beatrice Jones in Norfolk mrs. E Holland at Onley. Arrivals at Atlantis hotel this week w. Edmonds f. W. Byrd j. W. Welch Geo. Harrison w. Perrins j. F. Buckett j. Jenkins Baltimore s. Haman s. Burst e. O. Gilmore. Philadelphia or. , Snow Hill e. W. Polk Poco Raoke City w. E. Tunnell Lewes o. E. Allen Sleaford Allen e. Selby a. O. Matthews w. Pruitt m. E. Selby John Taylor Accomac. Miss Elizabeth Parks spent sunday at her Home at it. Oustis. Misses Tracy Hyslop get Gie Bloxom and Laura Witham spent saturday and sunday with miss Susie White at Wachapreague. Or. And mrs. Beauchamp of Alabama of late have been guests of her parents Rev. And mrs Crowder at the parsonage. The Young folks of the town gave miss Virginia Martin and or. Robert Crowder a delightful Surprise party at the parsonage monday night. The drama a a Fisherman a Luck a repeated at Belinda Hall was a grand Buco ebb. It netted about $90 for Benefit of the piano and parsonage fund. The in Pill of Sanford and copes schools Are planning to have a a spelling been at Belinda Hall next week. Sept. Joynes will deliver an address. Everybody invited. A miss Florence Feddem an gave her Many Young friends a delightful social last wednesday evening. The program consisted of Quot a musical Romance a in which the prize a Box of Candy was awarded to miss Eva Collins a a cake contest a in which miss get Gie Bloxom won a Large cake and a a Cracker contest a the prize being won by or. Lewis Bailey. Refreshments were served at a late hour. It was a most delightful evening to All present. Mrs. Thomas o. Lilliston of new Jersey who has been staying with or. Hiden ants doing Fine. Relatives in this Section several Harborton. On enterprising merchant or. E. Taylor is putting in an up to Date soda Fountain. Mrs. Cora Williams has moved into her summer residence a Blarney Castle a Wachapreague. Or. And mrs. Johnson of Baltimore have moved into their naw residence on saw Mill Point. Or. Bud Walker had a Small tumor removed from his face last week by weeks Lei wednesday to visit her sister mrs. Royster at Suffolk. The storehouse of or. George r. Anstis and Stock of merchandise of his son Geo. Justis jr., therein were destroyed by fire late monday afternoon caused it is thought by a defective flue. Neighbors assisted in Haid to beat saving a part of the goods. House and Stock partly covered by insurance. Or. And mrs. Lloyd Smith of Dallas Texas Are guests of or. And mrs. S. K. Martin at their residence or. West Road machine manager has been Down and made a regular Turnpike of on Road. is Cashville. Or. Willie Evans is quite sick of pneumonia. Or. Tank Custis lost a very valuable horse last week. Capt. Solomon Evans quite sick for two weeks is out again. Or. And mrs. John t. Nock have returned from trip to Baltimore. Several of the Young people spent the Day with miss Emma Finney last sunday. Captain and mrs. G. Reynolds and family of Baltimore Are registered at the Bonnewell House. Captain Reynolds in the popular master of Cape Lookout Light vessel no. 80. Do not forget a those dreadful twins next saturday March 11th. Refreshments served. The company have secured at big expense the noted Singer Signor Roach of Toronto Canada who will sing some of the latest songs. Seats Are Selling fast. Deaths. Or. Warren h. Yeung banker at j Greenbackville died wednesday a Surprise party was Given to or. And mrs. Hall Drummond tuesday evening the drama played by the Cashville dramatic club on the 3d inst. Grand Success. March 1st, in Hospital in Philadelphia aged 50 years. His remains were brought Home on Friday following and after funeral services at m. P. Church interred in Greenbackville was a cemetery. His wife and four children 1 survive him. Miss Earle Doughty is spending the weeks end at a Friendly cottage a the Home of her Mothe. Or. Carson Killmon of Cashville and miss Blanche Kellam of Bobtown were married at the Baptist parsonage february 26th., Rev. Krauss officiating. The body of Leamon Chandler son of capt. E. D. Chandler drowned december 24th, 1910, was found at port Norfolk brought Home and buried in mount Holly cemetery on Friday of last week. The ladies of Andrew Chapel will hold a a statue party in the school auditorium at Cashville Friday evening March 17th. Refreshments will be served. Proceeds for Organ. If Rainy come next evening. Hacks neck. Or. Geo. T Parker sick of late is ont again. Mrs. Core Oustis left monday to spend the week in Norfolk. On base Ball team had their first practice last saturday afternoon. On school is progressing finely under the management of misses Phene Doughty and Bailie Taylor. Or. Harmanson Bennett left monday for Montgomery Alato accept position with base Ball league in that City. As a Stock Raiser or. We. T. Mason of this place is among the Best in county. has 9 Yonng calves and 77 sheep. Mrs. Fannie Core during the Winter with her daughter mrs. Sydney Guy of Cape Charles has returned to the Home of her daughter mrs. Harrison visitors ont of town this week or. And or. Norman Corbin or. Emerson Bradford in. Lisand and Gradie Corbin of Quinby or. And mrs. Henry Killmon of Cashville mrs. Lillie Anstis and son mrs. Annie Sparrow miss Katie Bonniwell of Harborton. Stylish line of children a snit just received Price from $2.50 to $10, size 3 to 18. S. Mills. Just received car Florida heart shingles car Salt will sell cheap. 0. E. Niehous Keller a. Mrs. May Grace Long Northam wife of or. Levi. Northam died sunday March 5th, after a months illness of pneumonia at her Home near Mode town aged 72 years. She is survived by her husband and three children or Thomas Long Northam and miss Rosa Northam of this county and mrs. E. Zelf of Baltimore. Junior order sleet Long. An important meet lug of Parksley Council no. 114, or. O u. A. M.,will be held at Parksley Aon monday night March 20th., 1911, to consider the a question of instituting an orphans Home in the state of Virginia by the state Council. This is a matter of interest to the entire order and every member of the Council is urgently requested to be present at this meeting. Your does May be effected. E. Wright j. T. Sledge councilor. Secretary. E. S. Produce Exchange meeting. A meeting of the Bloxom division of the Eastern Shore produce Exchange will be held at Bloxom station saturday afternoon 2 of clock March 18th. Or. W. A. Burton bus iness manager and or. N. will be present and address the meeting. All members especially those dissatisfied with the Workings of the Exchange Are invited to represent. Or. W. Bowdoin director. Just opened new line of hats and Caps so r. L. Shield co. A card. You Are cordially invited to attend the Spring and Hummer opening of custom tailored clothing made by m. Moses amp son Baltimore on Friday and saturday March 10th and 11th. On the above dates their representative will be with us and will have a Large and Well selected line of fabrics. Moses amp songs custom. Tailored clothes Are strictly up to Date their smart appearance is secured by the Cleverest kind of hand tailoring. Come and have your measure taken. We Are confident that we can please you in Price style and workmanship. E. U. Pate amp co., successors to Pate amp Mason. A limited Quantity of clean Black peas at$2.50 per Bushel. Hailwood Fead amp Supply co. W. L. Elze Exmore x anything _ id hardware line in the write to us for building material ail. A. And Yon will get the right Price. Omey building amp Supply co., Onley a a few More copies of Virginia almanacs for Sale at drag store of w. P. Belt amp co see is before placing your order for a Spring suit there a a reason. L. Shield co. Just received fresh Supply of Choice seed Oats. Hailwood feed a Supply do. Business notices. Fob Sale two Bird dogs setter and Pointer 15 and 18 months old neither thoroughly broken both flee Hunters and will make Fine dogs for coming season. The setter is thoroughbred retriever and very smart. The father of the Pointer i sold to or. Leslie Ward for $40.00. Neither of them Are inn shy. Will sell very cheap As i have More than i want. Anyone wishing to by one or both write or phone to j. L. Bonnewell. Near Cashville a. plants of the following varieties Chipman Climax Texas. Plants will be delivered at Parksley station cleaned up roots straight neatly packed at $1.75 per 1000. T. F. Parkes ans Riceville a Strawberry plants Fob Sale six Best varieties for commercial purposes 4 Best varieties for table use in quantities of 2,000 or More delivered to fainter station tied in bundles of 26 plants 40 bundles to the 1,000. Write your wants to Thos. Oustis p. O. Craddoc Kville a. To loan on real estate Security $10 000. Address Box Quot a. a Onancock a. The most common cause of insomnia is disorders of the stomach. Chamberlains stomach and liver tablets Correct these disorders and enable Yon to sleep. For Sale by All dealers. Public auction we will sell at pub lie auction at the Lata residence of mrs. Margaret s. Parker deceased in Locust vile on saturday March 25th., All of her personal property consisting of household and Kitchen furniture Sale to commence at 1 of clock. Heirs. Fob Sale an 80 fathom a Seine ready top use and Good As new. Also five Rolls of Block wire. Apply to John f. Gillespie Mappsville a. Fob Sale Early Jersey Wakefield cabbage plants. Savage Weir wort a. Notice we Are the boys and work for even Money. Bring As your horses and we will clip them for $1 00 each. Satisfaction guaranteed. Chance amp Drummond Orangeville a. Fob Sale True Plymouth Rock Homer pigeons 75 cents per pair. Mrs. Mildred e. Wescott Keller a. For Sale eggs from selected Stock for hatching s. O. Black Orpington $3.00 per setting of 13, $20.00 per 100, s. Buff Orpington $1.50 per setting of 13, $10.00 per 100. Blacks were hatched from eggs purchased direct from we. Cook amp sons originators of the Orpington and my buffs comprise the Best of my own pullets combined with those hatched from eggs direct from Cook amp sons mated exclusively with cockerans from these eggs for which i paid As High As $70.00 per Hundred. The Orpington Are splendid Winter layers of Large size Beautiful shape and plumage unexcelled for table ube and Are rapidly gaining Ascendancy Over All other varieties As the Ideal general Utility fowl. Mrs. N. Wescott Mapps Bug a. For Sale or Trade two lumber wagons 1 log Wagon 1 Shaft cart 1 pair of Miles. I am going out of business. Joe Ennis Pungoteague a. For Sale thoroughbred Shetland Pony three years old from Belle Meade Stock farm. Perfectly gentle and quiet for children. Harness and. Cart goes with Pony. A. Payzant Accomac a. Fob Bales a Good Smith Premier typewriter in splendid condition. Apply to Carl t. Lankford Accomac a. For Sale Good Milch now to pail and Good Surrey. E. S. Hall Leemont a. When Yon have rheumatism in your foot or instep apply chamber for from selected Stock for hatching r. Rhode Island reds exclusively $1.00 per setting of 13, $6.00 Par 100, Day old Chicks $12.00 per 100 alter May 1st. Standard Breed fone and White Indian runner Noks $1.00 per setting of 12, $6.00 per 100, Day old ducklings $12.00 per 100 after May 20th. 12 Breeding pens contain 120 Birds carefully mated no for Best results enables me to ship fresh eggs promptly. Eastern Shore poultry farm c. Wicks proprietor Trower Virginia. Foe Bale a Twenty five thousand bushels of seed oysters in hog Island Bay. W. E. Thomas Nassawadox a. Feb. 28, 1911. For , Climax Texas lady Thompson and five other varieties of Strawberry plants. All True to name. S. O. Melson Accomac a. For Sale one male sound and gentle 7 years old. Will work in All Ardess. T. Addison Tasley a. For Sale one male two horses and a mine prop cart. L. Churn Hailwood a. Fob sale�?50,000 Early Jersey Wakefield cabbage plants at 15c. Per Hundred. G. Welley Hoard Accomac a. Dissolution of co partnership notice is hereby Given to the Public that the firm of Pate amp Mason Parksley was dissolved by in anal consent on february 23d, h. Thomas Mason retiring from the firm. The business hereafter will be continued under the firm name and style of e. 0. Pate a co. With thanks for past favors for the old and soliciting their continuance for the new firm. Very truly e. 0. Pate h. Thos. Mason. Notice a i hereby forewarn All persons from harbouring my wife and child under penalty of Law. Iago will not be responsible for any debts created by them. Chas. K. Taylor Painter va., feb. 28, 1911. Wanted to buy a second hand transplanted. Anyone having same for Sale please write the Box 23, Mode town a. Foe sale�?200 barrels Irish Cobbler potato seed at $2.00 per barrel f. To. B., including package 100 hns hels new Era cow peas at $2.40 per Bushel 1 Hercules stump Puller no. 5, with 90 feet new 1 Inch Cable double Power Pulley Anchor Cable and taken All practically new at $75.00 also Bemis trans planters at $55.00 to Points on . A. E. Phillips Miona a. For bale�?400 barrels of Irish Cobbler seed potatoes at $2.00 per barrel. Feed Waddy Pocomoke City my. _ for Hatchin pm Mouth rocks largest Strain. For Sale eggs poses from my pure no pure ply bred barred ply. _ unsurpassed for size and egg production Beautiful yellow feet and beak. $1.00 per 15, $5.00 per 100. S. Young Onley a Fob sale�?80 bbl. Of Irish cobblers $1.50 per bbl. At my farm $1.75, f. O. B., Mckemie Park. Thos. Shay Mckemie Park a. For Sale one horse 8 years old weight 1,000 lbs., sound and gentle in All harness a Good farm horse. Purnell h. Chester Assawoman a. Notice i am in the poultry business at Onley All the time and will pay Cash for All kinds at Market prices. Solomon Hargis. For Sale Strawberry plants 44 Money making varieties seed Corn asparagus roots. Stock is the finest and largest i Ever had True to name. Writ e today for free b Argain Plant seed and poultry catalogue. It tells you facts and what to Plant for Best Success. 31 years in business. John w. Hall Marion station my. Notice houses moved by Day or contract on reasonable terms and satisfaction guaranteed. James j. Hartman Locust vile a. Phons in Honse. Fob sale�?2 car loads of horses and males. All sizes and Yonng. Price to suit every pocket Book. A j. T. Taylor jr., Princess Anne my. Fob Sale Baw Mill 26 h. P. Boiler and engine and foil set stave machinery. Will sell As a whole or any part thereof. Apply to Snark Machipongo a. Notice houses moved and re sacred and new work done by the undersigned at any Points in Accomac and Northampton by Day or contract. Prompt attention Given to All Calls by letter or phone at my Honse. Jno. Oaten amp son contractors and builders _ Onancock a. Wanted cow fresh to pail or soon to be fresh. Write giving Price to w. S. Bull Nelsonia a. Notice Call and have your horses clipped at stables of Fletcher Scott Accomac o. Price $125. We. Melvin. For Sale two pair of four year old moles weight 1700 and 1900 pounds. Also 50 head of hogs weighing from 60 to 100 pounds. Apply to Benj. S. Jones Pocomoke City my. Notice i can suit Yon in horses and Miles 40 head to select from. All Young and Good workers. T. Taylor jr., Princess Anne my. Foe Sale a Fine lot of slip Beed. Exhibition sind Advance Sale of the Spring and summer Wash fabrics. We have opened up the season with one of the choicest lines of White fabrics Ever shown. It is cold weather to be talking about Spring goods but a Good time to do the Spring sewing and have it Over before the warm weather and Spring housecleaning. New goods have been coming in daily for the past week and they Are now open and ready for your inspection and approval. This weeks special attractions include new arrivals in Madras Plain plaid and figured Fla Xona Batiste linens lawns Percale Gingham. You never saw such pretty designs and patterns embracing All the latest novelties of the season. Aleo an attractive line of French Gingham in All the new weaves. Have you seen the new embroideries for Spring and summer 1911? there Are allover embroideries match patterns edgings inserting baby widths medium widths and Floun cing widths. Patterns from a fraction of an Inch to 45 in. Wide. Neat exquisite effects for baby clothes and women a lingerie Dainty styles for trimming waists and More elaborate combinations for flounces Ana ruffles. O m e and examine the new things. The present display represents styles and Valnes that cannot be surpassed. W. S. Dickinson 9 son Pocomoke City a Maryland. Our specialities for 1911. Michael Stem amp co. Amp Hart Schaffner amp Marx a clothing j. Stetson cons soft and stiff hats walk Over and Excelsior shoes and oxfords. Emory shirts. S. Mills i Onancock a. Outfitter for men boys and children. Hats Spring styles stiff and soft. Stetson. Hawe 1. One Price clothiers #9 Pocomoke my. Callahan the clothing and shoe Man. I see \ a0lers a i y l o i am ready for All visitors to my of store. line of Spring clothing is in and cordially invite All buyers to look Over my line. I Call special attention to our Young menus c o 11 e g Ian suits in All the new fabrics and colors. They Are handsomely tailored and fit imperfectly a look will satisfy even a critic in the business. Our line of hats is Complete in All shapes also John b. Stetson a. Our line of Oxford and pumps Are As in the past pm pair Sells another. Sole agent for Isaac hamburger amp songs tailored suits. W. Callahan Pocomoke my. E k. Townsend breeder of the american Beauty tit amps. Comb r. I. Reds. Stock and eggs for Sale. Eggs from first pen of Choice mating $1.50 per setting of 15 $5.00 per 100 Utility Stock $1.00 per setting. Kellerstraus Strain Crystal also White Orpington. A limited number of settings of eggs for Sale at. $3.00 per setting of 15 eggs. Fertility guaranteed. Horntown Accomac county Virginia. Iain a liniment and you will get Quick for prices write to the undersigned. Relief. It costs but a Quarter. Why i w. Rue 1 suffer for Sale by All dealers. 1 Reinie Haven a. Lloyd Blaine druggists Pocomoke City my. Dealers in drugs druggist sundries toilet articles stationery and Fanoy goods ont Glass jewelry and silverware chinaware and glassware. Sherwin Williams and John Lucas paints. Garden and Field seeds in season. A special attention Given to mail and phone orders. Lloyd amp Blaine Pocomoke City Maryland. N

Search all Big Stone Gap, Virginia newspaper archives

Explore other publications from Big Stone Gap, Virginia

All newspaper archives for February 25, 1920

Browse
Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.