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27 Feb 1907

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27 Feb 1907

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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - February 27, 1907, Big Stone Gap, Virginia I Tut Anst. Accomac court House a. Saturday june 27, 18%. J it in w. Edmonds. Editor and owner. Local a setts. I a Jill Oku Ood notes. Comity court next Somlay. The Eastern Shore District conference Wil be held at Harborton beginning july 2cd. . O. A. Browne advertises it Custis near Accomac c. H., for rent for next year in this Issue. Or w. A. Taylor dentist will he at Atlantic july 6th and eth for the practice of his profession. The Eastern Shore agricultural pair commences this year August 35th, and continues four Days. F. Dryden Pocomoke i t y _ olters for Sale too bushels of White porn f. O. B. Ears at King s Creek at �?�10 cuts per Bushel. The music medal of Blackstone female Institute this year was awarded to miss Monnie 1,. Ward of gang Eville this county. Reduced rates to the Confederate reunion Are Given Over All Railroad and Steamboat lines. The round trip from to sly is about $5.00. The Chesapeake agricultural association will hold their annual fair at Cape Charles this year on the Glrst second and third Days of september. Tie Eastern Shore agricultural fair pamphlet for this year printed at this office is in the hands of the Secretary. Or. A. Nottingham for distribution. Especial attention is invited to advertisement in this Issue of the Mutual life insurance co., of new York. No company in the country is better Able to meet its obligations. The Quot me Tompkin Baeli hotel Quot is now open. Capt. James Milliner and a wife Are in charge and Are prepared to receive and entertain guests every Day till the end of the season. The first barrel of Sweet potatoes grown this year were shipped from Hancock on thursday by James w. Burton coloured. It was of the variety known As the a a Early Soulen i the surveyors of roads appointed by the Board of supervisors for the year commencing july 1st. Must qualify on monday or tuesday next or they will forfeit the right to do so. A special a cation of Ocean Lodge 118 a. F. A a. Will be held at Wachapreague on wednesday july 1st. For the installation of the officers. All Brethren Are requested to be present. Or. We. Bandick a former citizen of this county but who for the last forty years has lived in Brooklyn is at Accomac c. A. On a visit to his Niece . T. Wright and other relatives. Five vessels belonging to John a a a a timbers will he sold at Public auction at Pocomoke City md., saturday. June 27th, 1898, at 3 o clock p. M., by Geo. W. And l. Floyd Rock. Trustees. For terms ac., see posters or address trustees. Or. R. B. Cooke general agent authorizes the following the new y Ork Philadelphia a Norfolk rail Road will Issue the usual special rates Lor the fourth of july that is one fare for the round trip Between All stations. Or. Werner Bagwell Lias returned irom Newton theological Seminary mass., and is at this rime the guest of pastor j. Dunaway. Or. Bagwell is a distinguished graduate of that institution and now ready to enter the ministry. A Lawn party for the Benefit of the methodist ii urea at Drummond town will be Given at tin resilience of or. B. T. Molson Accomac c. H., on tuesday evening. June ninth. A vocal and instrumental concert is to be one of tie attractive features of the orca Sion. Public invited. E. Benson will be at Accomac c. Ii. Monday next court Day. With a full line of ready made clothing for men and t oys which be will offer at greatly reduced prices to close out this season s Stock. Will also Hare Liis usual line of Stuples for custom work. Give him a Call and compare prices before buying elsewhere. Advertisements of the following Well known commission merchants of new y Ork appear in this Issue w. E. Duryca s sons. Palmer a Frost s. B. Downes a Coj. Bahrenburg Bro. A co., and s. A e. Frost. They need no commendation at our hand they have served our Farmers Well in the past and will do so in the fut ii re. The Maltby House closes july 1st. To the regret of Many persons on the Eastern Shore who have been its patrons Many for a score of years or rep re. ,1a View of that fact they must be accommodated elsewhere Aira the new Fountain hotel by reason of a similar location naturally Iii. Attract them and the new House a because fits modern conveniences Low rates ac., ought to do so. Or. Reilly of tie Fountain is a Clever Aud actor Moda Ting proprietor. The special committee appointed by the Gemuend Assembly of Virginia to investigate the Grant of a Large water area around Fox Island to Ivy Hitau Eli Siiger under an of Assembly of 1894, met at Fox Island last week. After making a personal the extent and Boun Darie of the Grant and to Keg the depositions of several witnesses the committee postponed the further investigation of the Case till july 22, when they will meet at a comic o. A. Aud take the testimony of fish a a commissioner Bowdoin and others and examine tha old deeds and surveying of Fox Island on record in the clerks office . Litile Offut Allf. Mrs. James Coleburn of Scaford del., is spending tie sum incr Here with her Sou George. Rev. G. 1�?T. Jones of Cherry Hill md., tilled the pulpit of Rev. Or Beauchamp of the m. K. Church on sunday. Capt. We. 0. Bunting and Crew of Steamer Absec oui caught and sold one Day last week four Hundred and fifty dollars Worth of Hue Blue fish. Or. 1 r. Warren of Richmond and or. Jas. W. Broughton of a coir a were Here last week in the interest of the Phielix fire insurance co., and were liberally patronized by on people. The republicans held a meeting Here inst saturday and selected capt. George c. Burch Elva a. Jeffries and Henry Conkling to attend tie Republican meeting at Accomac c. H., for tin purpose of electing delegates to the Republican convention to be held at Cape Charles july 28d. A festival will be held july 3d and 4th, under the auspices of Union Baptist Church for the Benefit of sail Churchi. Refreshments will be served in tin afternoon of the third and on the fourth there will be Diu her and supper annual treat Lottie Saab at school Cli Ildren Etc. Public invited and expected. A race will take place litre on july 35th Between Bateaux d. T. A Lieal Tou and Taos. Melson. For a purse of $309, and promises to be one of tie most interesting and exciting in tie history of the Island. It is expected to attract visitors from every part and Worcester county my. The Start will be made promptly at 2 p. I. Arrivals at Atlantic hotel this week f. S. Smart. J. F. Hudson new York f. W. Byrd. Sydney Somers m j. Bussott. J. Byrd Baltimore f. A. Hauwun Bolles Moore ii. J. Kli Elior Philadelphia l. R. Warren Richmond de. Pettit Salem n. J. S. Shucraft fair Haven Conn j. Now Laud Wilmington j. Showell Atn son. Berlin my d. F. White l. F. J. Wilson James w. Broughton capt. Polk Lang Accomac. I list Ruvii sex. Rev. Or. Kinzer president of the m. P. Conference filled the pulpit at Grant memorial Church last sunday. The ladies of Leathern rvs a Chapel will hold a fair near Marsh s wharf on saturday july Ltd. Sapper and refreshments consisting of All Liei delicacies of tie season will be served.1 an address by a prominent gentleman will be delivered on tilt occasion. Music by Cornet band. Exercise commence at 1 o clock. If on the 4tli, Weaton a is inclement fair will be held of the following monday. The new vessel built by messes. John Andrews and Charles Atkins for capt. Edv. Barnes was launched last saturday afternoon with the name of Quot Hettie l. Barnes Quot after the Wile of capt. We. F. Barnes. She is a Tine vessel carrying about 300 bushels of oysters and is a so called dead Rise Flattie. Capt. George Williams broke tie bottle Over her Bow but it did not contain wine or we risky but water which All present considered to lie the proper thing As the vessel to be launched does neither enter wine or whisky. She entered the water and consequently water should be the proper thing used in christening a Vessac of any kind. I Ali Volt. Mrs. Lucinda Welker of Baltimore is visiting her brother or. J. K. Parker. Our Farmers Are complaining of tie Low Price of onions and Irish potatoes. They Ore Only bringing $1.00 per barrel in the Market. The delightful rain of monday greatly invigorated All growing crops. Corn and sweets Are looking remarkably Well. Prof. G. Frankenfiel of Philadelphia will be Down in a Lew Days to spend a week instructing our baud boys. The professor will Wear his new coat. Or. Bagwell Chandler recently reported ill in your columns. Died last sunday aged 8-. Years. Funeral ser vices were held at Andrew Chapel by i r. G. E. Booker monday afternoon. The Steamer thug ice in coming up i Inone Ock Creek last with tie Canoe of capt. George Barnes who was scraping for crabs doing considerable injury to the Canoe. Atlantic. Children s Day exercises at our Baptist Church. Sunday night 28tli . Little Dixie Hartman infant child of mrs. A Rod Hartman aged about 7 Mouths died on tuesday. Tie family resides on Parra Morcz a Beach and tie body was brought off to this town for burial. Thu bereaved parents have tie sympathy of Many friends. The members of Ocean Lodge a f. A a. Met for the first time in their now and handsome halt on wednesday night last. There was a Large attendance and an elegant and tasteful banquet was spread by tie Lodge tinder tie efficient direction of mrs. E. T. Powell which gave quite an air of festivity to tie meeting the new Hull has taken the place of one destroyed by ire some months Ngo and the building committee deserves great credit for tie elegant commodious and tasteful Structure which has sprung up under their direction. Tie meeting on wednesday was the occasion of the annual election and tie following officers were Cli Sou for the ensuing year or. J. W. Kella i. W. Henry Stotz s. W. Capt. J. A. Savage j. W. Geo. T. Stockley. Treasurer a. S. Kellam Secretary l. Mars s. 1 w. J. Cropper j. 1 e. B. Scarbrough tiler b. W. Rich and l. J. Hyslop stewards. Or. Benj. F. Hollis who has resided Here during tie present year died at his residence on Floyd Street of sunday night aged sixty. was a native of Boston and married a daughter of the late capt. We. Burton several years ago the widow and two children surviving him. experienced astr Okeef paralysis Over three years ago which left him almost completely disabled and subsequent attacks finally robbed him of Bis speech. Ii is fortitude and patience under this affliction were characteristic of the Veteran no complaint Ever has escaped his lips or murmur at his lot. was a Painter by Trade but served Bis country in the Field bearing at his death the scar of an ugly wound of his face. was a Man of considerable literary taste and ability. Under tie Noni de plume of a Valley Bard a lie contributed pretty largely to several leading periodicals and was the founder of the Cape Charles Eli now known As the headlight. Rev. Or. Lawson conducted services Over the remains and the burial took place at the Burton Homestead near Locustville. Instant. Miss Woods of North Carolina is the guest of the family of or. W. Miles. Or. Melvin w. Blodorn student at Windsor Academy last session was awarded a Gold medal of compose Tiou at that institution. Irish potato crop seriously damaged by the drought in this Section and will be Short. Sweets never looked better and Large crop expected. Or. J. S. Parsons of the University of a a Irginia or. F. F. Taylor of Western Maryland College and misses Bertie and Manie Parsons of farm vile Normal school have returned Home. Miss Bertie is a full graduate. Dull. Capt. John Rogers Lias bought nine car loads of Coal for this place. Miss Eva Grote of Cul Oilen. Ga., was a visitor to the town last week. Or. A. S. Furcron was a visitor to his old Pupil of 25 years ago or. E. G. Fox tuesday. Or. R. J. Dryden of Pocomoke was Here this week looking after his fertilizer interests. Or. J. Bull was called to tie bedside of his sick brother. Or. L. J. Bull Belle Haven this week. The game of base Ball Here on the 2ufb, Between Savag Eville and Only nines was won by the former. One of our bachelors is having an unusual Quantity of preserves put up this year a sweets for the Sweet girl Quot tie expects to capture soon it has been suggested. A very pretty marriage was sol a ionized at tie Only m. E. Church. South wednesday june 24tli. The contracting parties were or Geo. Rew a very Clever Young Man operator at Tasley station and miss Eva g. East an attractive Anil popular Young lady daughter of or. Samuel h. East. Rev. L. T. Hitt officiated. Miss Gertie Twyford acted As maid of Honor and or. Geo. Hopkins As Best Man. The Ushers were Ernest a Beloate and Henry Twyford and the following bridesmaids and groomsmen were in attendance miss Maggie Blo Soiu and Ben Parks miss Etta Hargis and Harry East miss Polly East and James Hartman miss Sadie Watson and Burleigh James miss Eva Beloate and Robert Twyford miss Mattie Twyford and William copes. Tie Church was tastefully decorated for tie occasion with Dowers and evergreens and filled to overflowing with friends of the Happy couple. After the ceremony about one Hundred and Twenty five people were entertained at the brides residence to a feast of Many Good things which everybody greatly enjoyed. Select late Flat dutch and prize drumhead cabbage plants now ready to set at $1.50 per 1,000. No orders packed for shipment for less than $1.00. A. J. Mcmanu Only a. Fire goods at Pate a masons. Call Early and secure the biggest bargains. Goods must be sold. Of Warix k. Or. S. Loco Tab made a business visit to Pocomoke City this week. Mrs. W. S. Mills has returned from a visit of several weeks to friends in Baltimore. Rev. Geo. E. Booker left monday for Richmond. goes there to perform a marriage ceremony. Or. And mrs. T. J. Powell Here of site on a visit to relatives and friends returned this week to Baltimore. Or. B. clinic Oteague was the guest of his Bister mrs. . Duncan for several Days this week. Children a Day exercises will be held in our m. E. Church South next sunday morning at 11 o clock. Misses Grace Wilkins and Edna a Williams returned to their Homes in Northampton this week to the regret of Many friends. Id a match game of base Ball Here last tuesday Between tie second nines of Onancock and Crisfield the latter got badly left. Score was 15 too. The following officers of Chesapeake Lodge a. F. A a. Were duly installed on wednesday evening a. J. Mcmath w. A a. Nottingham s. Yvo. W. T. Wise. J. W. Jno. W. Rogers j. Jno. 8. Waples s. S. R. Nelson treasurer Otho l. Parker Sec. Geo. Watson tiler refreshments were afterwards served to the Brethren their wives daughters and sweethearts on the Lawn of brother j. Yvo. Duncan brilliantly illuminated for the occasion. Kurt mar Normal six Viool. Ill response to the Many inquiries recently made by our teachers touching Normal schools for this summer and i lie examination of school applicants i will state Charlottesville school of methods june 22d to july 17th Bristol july oth to july 31st Annville july 6th to july 3tst Tuppa Lynnock july 6th to july 31st. For coloured teachers Petersburg june 15th to july 17th Hampton july Coli to july 31st Staunton july util to july 31st. A certificate of attendance will be issued to every teacher who attends any one of the normals and diligently in runes the work for the full period of four weeks and county superintendents Are authorized by on superintendent of Public instruction to Reuck for one year the licenses of no teachers who receive certificates of attendance for the period of four weeks. School boards Are earnestly urged to give preference other things being equal to those teachers who receive these certificates. I would be glad to have tie names of All teachers expecting to attend any one of these named normals. Uniform examinations for teachers certificates will be held As follows for White teachers tuesday and Yvelin Erduy. August 11th and 12th, at Blo Soiu and Keller. For coloured teachers Ali 11 reday and Friday August 13th nud Lluli at Keller. Applicants will please note that under our state regulations Only grand utes of our state Normal schools and those who present certificates of attendance at tie normals As indicated arc exempt from these examinations. All whose certificates have expired will be governed accordingly. J. E. Mapp supt. Schools. Fourth or july . There will to a grand rally at Harborton e. E. Church South on the 4th of july instead of Evergreen As at first advertised owing to tie better for tie people. Program grand tournament to commence at 10 o clock Sharp handsome prize greased pig contest at 11 o clock bicycle race at 1 of clock sack race at 3 of clock climbing Greasy pole and other amusements throughout the Day. Drama entitled Quot engaged Quot at 7 30 p. To. Music by cd Stivillo coi net band. Dinner supper and refreshments served at fair prices. Horses fed and cared for. Come everybody. Committee. There will be an All Day fair on Sykes Island july 4tli. Prominent speakers have been invited to address the people of the occasion. Dinner and other refreshments will be served at moderate rates. All proceeds for the Benefit of the m. E. Church South. Committee. A 4th of july Celebration will he observed at leather mry s Church or Marsh s wharf. A great Day is expected. Cornet band is expected to entertain the Large concourse of people. An oration will be delivered by a Well known gentle Man. Everybody invited. A fair will be held at Shiloh Baptist Church of saturday july 4th. Dinner supper together with ice Cream and other delicacies of the season served. Proceeds for the Benefit of the Church. Public cordially invited. Com Mittek. I Nuil if Hull Tmora. A grand excursion to Baltimore Over the following rail and Steamer routes of the Baltimore Chesapeake a Atlantic railway co a Pocomoke Messo Ugo Occo Hannek Nanticoke Xvi Comielo and Pian Katnik River lines and the railway division july oth 7tli and 8th, at one straight fare for round trip. This will give All persons wishing to attend the convention of the Christian Endeavor association to let a held in Yves Lington d. C., july 7tli to 13th, inclusive a Chance to do so at reduced rates. Tie b. A and Pennsylvania railroads will have special excursion tickets of Sale at Baltimore to Yves Lington at greatly reduced rates. Remember one fare for round trip Good to return until 15tli. Villard Thomson g. P. A. Woman a Fern Len mls a Ioury Sac Loty a meeting will be held in the interests of the Yeoman a a foreign missionary society of the Eastern Shore District m. E. Church South at grrr Sou a july 14th, 1898. Consecration services 8 30 a. A. Reports from delegates 9 30 a. Papers medical missions. Y7alue of mite boxes 10 30 a. Address missions 11 a. A presentation of tie work of the woman s Board in foreign lands 2 30 p. In. Address 3 p. Mrs. U. B. Quinby District Secretary. Lilu Treux a in by exercises. Zion Baptist Church sunday morning 28tli inst. At Ayres m. E. Church sunday 28th inst. Program entitled a natures praises a and a very Fine one. At Atlantic Baptist Church sunday 28th, 7 p. In. Program consists of recitations vocal and instrumental music Etc. Senior Ratic 3l�vs-Meein r a democratic mass meeting will be held at Accomac c. H., next monday court Day for the purpose of selecting delegates to the democratic District convention Ali ice meets at Cape Charles on a wednesday july 22d, to nominate a candidate for Congress from the first District. Johnyv. Bowdoin chairman dem. Co. Com. in a ii Audoen a it a a Council. A at a recent meeting of Onancock a. P. A. Council no. 4 of Virginia the following resolutions were adopted Yah Eros tie Indian appropriation Bill with Linton s amendment passed the House of representatives by a majority of 154 to 22 votes and a Vii areas. Yulien the said Bill came before the Senate april 21stsenator Cockrell succeeded in having or. Linton a amendment stricken ont of tie Bill and clause inserted permitting the government for two years longer to pay Money to sectarian institutions. Resolved _ 1. Liat we with All True americans extend to those Cong Reasiner who voted for the Hill in the House As amended by or. Linton and to those senators who voted against or. Cockrell a amendment in the Senate our unqualified approval and thanks. 2. That we earnestly disapprove of and denounce the action of those senators and congressmen who voted against the Linton amendment or for the adoption of the Cockrell amendment. 3. That we urge those congressmen who neglected to vote on the Indian sectarian appropriation question to do their duty As americans and take an Early Opportunity to place themselves definitely of record against All sectarian appropriations. 4. That a copy of these Resolution be sent to Eracli senator and congressmen for Virginia and to the Peninsula Enterprise and the american citizen. Seal. Onancock va., june 24th. Trill t Ftp Ute no air Loii. B. T. Gunter jr., special commissioner will sell at Public auction of saturday june 27th, 3 p. M., at tracts of lands of which Levin Parker died seized and possessed. For see posters. Samuel t. Ross special commissioner will sell at Public auction of the premises in saturday Jane 27tli, 2 p. In., a lot containing 3 acres situated near Accomac c. H., and known As the a Edmund Lilliston see posters. Thomas e. Fletcher sell at Public auction outline premises on saturday july 4th, 2 p. In., a the Richard Fletcher tract of lauds Situ Arteil near Oak Hall and Broomtown stations if same 1ms not been previously disposed of at private contract. See advertisement in this Issue Rii Tarrh Nolen. The regular monthly meeting of the Drummond town Rosebud society will be held at the methodist Church next sunday night. Rev. J. R. Sturgis of Guilford will he present and pre. Rev. 11. S. Dugauy received five adults by certificate last Sabbath and one from probation in Onancock Church. The Large paintings used by Rev. S. Dugauy in Onancock Church Are very attractive. The so co be used next sunday evening will be entitled a House builders a three scenes each 5x7 feet. Seats free. Ziluni Lull Noli. The second nine of the Mappsville Defeated tie second nine of tie Model town by a score of 15 to 7, last saturday. There will be a game of base Ball at Mappsville on saturday june 27th, Between the Greenback Villand Mappsville nines. In tie game Between the Vacha Prague and Mappsville last saturday at Onancock tie former won by a score of 1-1 to 11. To nor mid festival. An entertainment will be Given at Keller saturday afternoon. June 27th, commencing at 2 o clock. Supper and refreshments of All kinds will be served. Free lecture at night by Rev. J. R. Griffith on a some of tiie secrets of proceeds for the Benefit of a new Church to be built at that place. The ladies of Greenbackville m. P. Church will hold a fair and festival Friday and saturday july 3d and a Ltd for the Benefit of our new Church. Help from tie Public is earnestly requested a fair and festival will be held at Harborton m. E. Church South thursday. August 13th. Particulars Given later. C Osife Denafo reunion. Editor you please say in your paper that i have been in communication with those in charge of the reunion in regard to in. Pertaining the visiting soldiers and All who feel unable to pay their own expenses while there will be taken Caie of both housed and fed. They could not agree upon a time for going but we can get together after arriving there. Y stirs very truly Frank Fletcher. Jenkins a., june 23d, 1888. Unclaimed tellers. Mall remaining unclaimed in the Postof Isicc at Accomac c. Va., june 18th, 1896 my is Sudie Davis miss Alice Dow Nen mrs. James Finney miss Susan Parker miss Annie Vest. Yest. P. Bell p. Deaths. Or. Thomas c. Evans a very useful and worthy citizen of Onancock proprietor of the Carriage establishment there was stricken Down by paralysis on last monday night and died on thursday morning. Or. Geo. Riley Daley one of the most prominent citizens of Northampton died at his Home near Bridgetown of paralysis on thursday of last week aged about 80 years. was one of the leading methodists of the county. And Bis death is a great loss to his Church. Or. Villiam j. Savage died in Norfolk on last monday where he had been for several weeks for treatment aged 80 years. The a remains were brought to Only monday night and interred at Oak Grove m. E. Church South near Keller on the following Day. was an honorable High toned Christian gentleman and had the esteem of All who knew him. His wife two sons and two daughters survive him. Mrs. Ellen Lilliston relict of trios Lilliston died after a lingering illness of dropsy at Accomac c. H., on wednesday aged about 70 years. Funeral services were held Over the remains on thursday at st. James protestant episcopal Church of which she had Long been a consistent member conducted by Rev. L. Derby. Interment in the family graveyard on the premises of or. A. J. Lilliston. She was an excellent lady and greatly beloved by a Large Circle of relatives and friends. If you want to Saye a Dollar visit slab Palace Parksley a. Pate is Mason Are the proprietors. Arrivals at slide old s hotel Exmore this week e. Yvo. Jenkins Jake Elias John Elias Philadelphia j. E. James Kentucky Yvo. E. Finn pm. Boyd Tennessee capt. Yvo. J. Rue. Accomac j. Lee Vinder Northampton. Cheap goods line goods stylish goods and goods that Are desirable Are Sciug sold at half Price at Pate �1 Mason s. Insure your property in the Mutual Benefit fire insurance co., a Safe and substantial company and a Home Enterprise. Yve Are still canvassing the county in behalf of same. Yvo. Lons g. A. Hussey. Kmil Nilola of Ilio Oon Acock wait ii Clin Reti. A whereas on beloved pastor a. J. Beamy Lias seen fit to resign his charge of on Church to accept in the Providence of god a Field elsewhere therefore resolved a 1. That it is with sincere regret and profound sorrow that we accept Liis resignation remembering with gratitude to god and love to our brother the four years of Union and Hearty co operation that has existed Between pastor and people and praying that gods richest blessings May rest upon and abide with him and ids family wherever in the Providence of god his lot May be East 2. That we commend him As an efficient minister of the gospel. has been faithful As pastor and has preached the word with uniform and marked ability. Lias proved himself to be a zealous pious consecrated devoted Man of god. is an Humble unassuming High toned Christian gentleman. Yve have never known a preacher More faultless nor one better beloved by his people. Fortunate will be that Church which secures his services. These words Are written not in formality they Spring from our hearts. 3. That this preamble and resolutions be spread upon the records of our Church a copy sent to our pastor and also published in the Peninsula Enterprise and the religious Herald. By order of the Onancock Baptist Church. June 22d, 1898. To it whom it May comport. Complaint having reached us that tie coloured people Are using our track near Keller we take this method of warning them to Stop this driving on our track. Yve Hope this notice will be sufficient to prevent further molestation. By order of the Board of directors of the Eastern Shore agricultural association. J. Yvo. Kellam president. A. Nottingham Sec a. F. Yvo. Shivers manufacturer of ice Cream Peninsula Junction my. Best Quality and lowest prices. Send him your orders. Evhen you want the Best of any thing in the tobacco line or in Fine cigars order from f. A. Davis and co., the leading tobacco jobbers of Baltimore md., or wait for their Salesman Frank w. Byrd one of the oldest knights of the Road. Frank Alws tries to please and be of Benefit this customers. Done to forget the Slaughter Sale at Pate amp masons. Fine dress goods and clothing sold it one half their value. Business notices. Notice Yve Are in on new House with a full line of hour Corn Hay and All kinds of Mil feed which will be sold at Bottom prices. Johnson is son Parksley a. For rent for year 1897 the line farm known As the a Stewart farm a situated conveniently Between Middlesex and Belle Haven va., now occupied by or. E. P. Brown. Terms reasonable. For full information apply to owner mrs. Mary e. Hopkins 241 South st., Baltimore my. For rent for year 1897, farm at Belle Haven known As a Walden Fine trucking land with Good Pacli Apple and Pear Orchard on it. For further particulars apply to m. Yvo. West Bobtown a. Notice i urn now at Accomac c. H., Anil offer my services to the Public As Boot und Shoemaker and veterinary surgeon. Can be found at the old Fitchett shop. Can cure any disease to which horses Are subject if called in time. David t. Topping. Notice it. Custis for rent for 1897 on private terms if not rented by july court it will on that Day be let to the highest bidder at 2 p. M., in Drummond town. Orris a Browne Cape Charles a. Yvanek do for 1897 a tenant for farm 2j Miles from Westover station Somerset co., m<1. 50 acres cleared 25 acres Woodland excellent tracking Gronal new barn one and a half Story tenant House four rooms. Address Geo. E. Ballard 855 Park ave., Baltimore my. For , delivered at Cobb s station or Kings Creek at two dollars $2 per barrel. Geo f. Wilkins m. D., Eastville a. Notice come to Bloxom station to buy your hand made harness and to get your Carriage repaired und painted. First class work at very Low prices. Call and see me. B. L. Payne. Continued of second Page bedroom a All prices and Hardwood and Oak suits 3 pieces $12.50, $15, $20, $25, $30, $35, $40 and $50. Parlor suits silk Plush and Broca Tel from $25 to $75 a suit. Baby coaches $4.50 to $15. All kinds of fancy rockers couches chairs mattresses and Springs refrigerators at the very lowest City prices. It will pay you to compare our prices with City prices. Come Ami see How cheaply and handsomely we can furnish your House from cellar to Garret. Pocomoke City my. Dry goods carpets and furniture Arning i for your own Sake take it. Just Home from the bargain Market. Have pushed aside the old dead methods have risen above the common plane. I of can have the Benefit of our Enterprise. From this time we will give the greatest bargains Ever put Over the counter in this Section. It is Early to do this the big end of summer yet before Vout but we prefer to take the tide at its flood and sell everything in the season for which we got it. Clothing. Hundreds of suits and pieces. All kinds. Shoes. For All tastes at All prices. Straw hats. Everybody s style. Parasols and Sun umbrellas. From 10 cents to $4. Dress goods. The Stock is a approached. Buggy and track harness. Nobby and Plain styles. Gents furnishings we keep ahead in these. Furniture its Here. Wake no Don t be woozy keep posted come to town and sees it will pay flt a the ride if it s Long. If its All sold and you miss Well we have Given you , shield amp co = Onancock goods cheap goods and All kinds of goods at hard time prices for Cash or Trade. It is impossible to sell cheap goods on time. No one can afford to do it. No one will do it. If von wish to save Money go to a. A s and you can surely do it. Sells everything Worth having and at prices lower than the lowest Quot my motto is under buy and a daily charge to the clerks is a sell a a sell regardless of Cost a a sell r , it win note a few of the principal lines we carry and the men in charge of these Liev Are All men of experience having worked from 4 to 23 Vears they Are Ever read to show you through. Come and see our Stock and get our prices whether you need goods or not so you will know where to go when you do want them. John t. Kellam has charge of the clothing gents furnishing goods do any of these prices suit you t 253 pieces it chairs and carriages to chamber and parlor suits All prices. E. Mears has charge of the dry goods notions trimmings shoes jtc., with 1,950 pairs of snoes and 17,324 Yards dress goods and dry goods. James c. Heat i has charge of the grocery and hardware department guns loaded shells All kinds of boat fixtures. Stoves heating and Cook including the Sheet Iron for Wood. Get his prices before purchasing. Hugh Fosque and a. G. Have charge of the paint line see last weeks and. About paints Fosque also runs the drug fruit Candy and Queens Ware line Tea sets dinner sets toilet sets amp a. Call Early and secure bargains they Are Here sure to see them is to buy them. Yours very respectfully a. G Mears Wachapreague a just received the third invoice of carriages. Tie Belle Haven furnlturejco., Belle Haven a

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