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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - January 21, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Peninsula a Enterprise John w. Edmonds. Editor and owner. Too Oman court House a entered at the poet office at Accomac o. Al. Va., a second class matter. Saturday january 28, 1911. The Matthews journal which Quot for the present will not enter the lists a either for or. Jones or or. Martin but with a leaning for the latter too thinly disguised to mislead anyone wants or. Jones a to resign his seat in House a and would doubtless have us join in that request. Unlike our esteemed contemporary having made up our mind in the matter and preferring or. Jones As the next United states senator from Virginia because we know what Quot principles he stands for and have never doubted that he was Quot an honest and Able servant of the people a cannot ask him to a step Down and out. A on the contrary if or. Jones will take our advice he will continue to hold Down the seat he now has until he wins out in the fight against the a a machine and the office holding Trust which now dominates Virginia As he doubtless will if the people of the state mindful of their manhood would remove the shackles which now hamper them under Boss Rule. No we could not join in the request to or. Jones to resign his seat in the House even if we had some favorite Quot the peer of any Man in Tidewater Virginia Quot we would like to fill his place not Only because at this time we cannot afford to dispense with his valuable services in the House but because however a a Independent his Means he should have the salary he will draw As a member of the House to meet the expenses he will incur in the fight he is now making in the Best interests of the people of Virginia. The one cent letter postage association has been formed. With the avowed purpose of conducting a vigorous Campaign among business men for the promotion of sentiment demanding a reduction in the first class postage rate from two cents to one cent for each ounce or fraction thereof. The association Points out that the government is collecting about 84 cents per Pound for carrying letters the Cost of which service is probably less than half that sum. The actual profit to the government on first class matter is said to be 66.9 per cent. The association which is urging lower first class rates contends there is a unjust discrimination in the government collect ing 84 cents a Pound for first class mail while it carries second class mail for one cent a Pound. The Republican majority of 30 in the Senate a year ago has dwindled Down to very Small proportions so much so that with the democratic Legislatures of Maine Colorado Montana and Nebraska returning democrats to fill the vacancies that will be caused by the expiration of the terms of Republican senators from those states which will expire within the next two year it will require but one More Democrat from any state to make the Senate democratic in 1913. The Outlook is brightly democratic. It All depends upon How the party fulfils its pledges to the people whether or not there will be a government democratic in All its branches after 1912. Tremendous election frauds in which 3500 voters Are involved have been uncovered in Uncle Joe cannons county in Illinois. It is almost unbelievable of course but according to charges made before the grand jury the county of the distinguished speaker of the House has Long been debauched by vote buying. And we had always thought the big majorities for Uncle Joe were due to his charming personality editor William j. Bryan a interesting paper the commoner has just entered upon its eleventh year with every indication of a Long life before it in the expounding of genuine democratic doctrine. The a a interests done to like the commoner or its editor but there Are a lot of people who do. And the papers circulation is Large and constantly increasing. Virginia during 1910 was one tenth of a degree colder and considerable drier than its Normal. Its warmest Section was Newport news and burkes Garden in the Valley was the coldest Section. Spyers ferry in Scott county was the wettest place in the state while Lexington in Rockbridge county was the driest. These fact Are contained in the annual summary of Virginia a weather prepared by the weather Bureau certificates of Merit were issued last week form the governors office by the United agricultural Board to 26 boys in Virginia who made More than 100 bushels of Corn to the acre the i Asi year. This work was done under the direction of tie Board with the Aid of the demonstrators of the United states department of agriculture. Rev. James Cannonjr of Blackstone va., and Richmond. Va., has resigned the state superintendency of the anti Saloon league to take the general superintendency of the. Southern Assembly a methodist a Chautauqua at Waynesville 0. Or. O. Brunk who for four years has been superintendent of the Eastern the business of the Peninsula during 1910. R. G. Dunn amp cons mercantile Agency in discussing the business conditions on the Peninsula during the year just closed and the prospects for 1911, state that the business Outlook for 1911 is somewhat enc our ing although Trade conditions especially locally Are More or less Dull. During the year 1910 there were 68 failures on the Peninsula against 59 in 1909. The figures show the liabilities to be in excess of those of 1909, while the assets Are lower. The total liabilities in 1910 were $319,181.-46, compared with $311,811.05 in 1909. The total assets in 1910 were $164-293.34 compared with $213,656 32. There were no especially heavy losses. The District covered by the figures comprises 14 counties new Castle Kent and Sussex of Delaware Cacil Kent Queen Annex a Talbot Caroline Dorchester Wicomico Somerset and Worcester Maryland and Northampton and Accomac Virginia. The figures for 1910 Are much More favourable than for several years past is will to seen by the following comparisons in 1905 the failures numbered 128, with liabilities of $825,410.14, and assets of $356.105.40. -. In 1906 the failures numbered 77, with liabilities of $1,103,695.06, and assets of $537,714 42. In 1907 the failures numbered 72, with liabilities of $769,733.16, and assets of $281,281.51. In 190s the failures numbered 54, with liabilities of $216,960 and assets if $106,644 67. Under All conditions Dunn amp co. Consider the showing a Good one. Ohis is especially True of the Virginia District which is composed of but two counties. The liabilities were it Only about $5,000 More than the assets in that District. In discussing the years business Dun amp co. Said a the general Trade conditions throughout the Peninsula during the year were Good. The Oyster Trade which is rather extensive on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and the two counties of Virginia has not been regarded As a food one. While plentiful and the demand Large the Quality was inferior and the profits Small. Some Dis riots report the Quality better however. The potato crop while a Large one was planted a an increased Cost due largely to the increased seed potatoes. Owing to Low prices the yield was not a profitable one. The fruit crop was Good and prices Good. The canned goods were about the a iame As in the previous Yea. There was a shortage in peas and the Tomato crop was but 80 to 75 per cent of what it was in 1909. The Price of canned tomatoes increased which partly made up for the Short crop. There Are about 8,000 to 8,500 names on the business directory of the Peninsula. Over 4,200 Are in Delaware and 3,300 in Maryland Aud 700 to 800 in Virginia. Non Lestrel show at Harborton. If you Are dead stay Home. It you want to laugh come next saturday night february 4tb, to or. O. U. A m. Hall at 8 of clock. The improved order of red men will give a minstrel show consisting in part of up to Date singing and Buok and Wing dancing to be followed by an after piece entitled smythe is. Smith. You cannot help but laugh to see the jury and hear the witnesses Aud the judge. Ice Cream and cake will be served before and during performance. Admission reserved seats 15c., general admission 10c. Seats on Sale now. Seats reserved by phone or mail held until 7 30 on night of performance. Committee. Announcement. To the voters of me Tompkin District i respectfully announce myself As a candidate for the office of Constable subject to the next democratic primary. If nominated and elected it will be my pleasure to Render Faith fid and efficient service As an officer. Very truly l. T. Orowson. A in Mem Orlam. In tenderest memory of our dear daughter Julia Middleton who departed this life january 28th, 1910, aged 11 years 1 month 12 Days. Of How we tried to save her but our cares were All in vain Angels came and took her from us with Tho Savior free from pain. Of dear Julia How we miss you miss you More than Tongue can Tell every Day and every hour brings us nearer with you to dwell. Of How we loved our Darling no one on Earth can Tell but Jesus loved her better and called her Home to dwell. Sleep on dear Julia sweetly rest we needed you but god de West gods will be Doue he doth Well bub How we miss you Here no Tongue can Tell. Call not Back the dear departed anchored Safe where storms Are Over on the bolder land we left her soon to meet and part no More. By her father and Mother Bettie and Aleck Middleton. A message of love. By his Little grand children Robert and Warner Young. In Loving memory of our grand papa Richard w. Young who died september 11th, 1910, aged 81 years. Our dear grand papa is sleeping so free from All paid Wake him not Sweet spirit to suffer again. To slumbers so soundly of let him sleep on his sickness is ended a and troubles All gone. Just think what he suffered and moaned in pain nil a a per ii <4 in the night s Long hours Glass out for u s. Senate. When they soothed him in vain Washington d. C., Jan., 25.�?rep- a till god in his mercy a resent Tive Carter Glass of the sixth j sent Down from above Virginia District will be a candidate an Angel that whispered for the United states senatorial nomination at the september primary for the term for which the late major John w. Daniel was elected by the general Assembly a year ago and which was vacated by the Latte re a death last june. In tenderest memory of our dear or. Glass in connection with his pub a father and husband John w. Groton lie denunciation of the Norfolk primary who departed this life december 18, frauds on november 27 last announced 1910, aged 63 years. He is survived that he would very probably be a Candi by his wife Aud four children. Our Date for the Senate to succeed his late 1 father had been in delicate health townsman who so Long had been honoured for some time but none of us thought by the state. A but is there much in his end was so near. While we Kivow Cour gement a asked or. Glass at that that he is free from All care and the time a for anybody not identified with sorrows and troubles of this world machine methods to be a candidate for while we realize he rests in peace in anything in the state under the chaotic our fathers keeping still this conditions created by the recent Deci j thought does not relieve us of the Sions of the Norfolk and Portsmouth Burden that rests upon our hearts courts they have swept away even the for we Are separated from father attenuated safeguards of the primary j we can never hear his voice or the which existing statutes provide and a sound of his footsteps again he has leave us in a situation full of peril to left a place vacant in our Home that the integrity of the democratic party can never be filled. We cannot underhand the Good order of the stand Why we should be so burdened several Days ago the Virginia court with grief and As we stand beside of appeals virtually overthrew the1 the Mound where our loved Oue lower court decisions which had pro-1 sleeps we can Only say a a god a will bounced unconstitutional the statutory he n., not now but in the coming years elections and to Day or Glass Defi it May be in the better land a avowed his purpose to offer for wo>j1 Royad the waning of our tears and there sometimes Well understand. The senatorial nomination. I Case of Virginia is. West a. Before u. S. Supreme court. Washington Jan. 20.�?the staggering arithmetical problem complicated by questions of International Law of How much of the $33,000,000 debt of the old state of Virginia West Virginia should Bear was to Day Laid before the supreme court of the United states for its solution. Recognizing the intricacy of the problem and the importance of the outcome the court consented to devote practically All its time until next thursday to a hearing of arguments in the Case. This is More time than has been Given to any Case argued before the supreme court within Many years. The debt of Virginia at the time West Virginia was organized is recognized As about $33,000,000. Many More millions have been added to that sum As interest. The Commonwealth of Virginia seeks to have West Virginia Bear about one third of the debt. West Virginia denies her liability for one cent. To Settle the controversy it May be necessary for the supreme court to review the expenditure and receipts of the state of Virginia since 1825, and figure out from that examination the liabilities. Good Bye father husband a e shall miss you in our quiet Home and again we Hope to meet you when on Earth our work is done. By his wife and children. Business notices. Notice hauling of All kind promptly done. T. B. Scarburgh. For Sale Nancy Hall and other Sweet potato plants cabbage and Tomato plants. Catalogue for the asking. The Wakefield farms , Foe Sale pure Burnt Shell Lime. Apply to w. L. Nock Temperanceville a. For Sale very Fine shoats weighing from 90 to 100 lbs. T. Melson. Accomac a. To whom it May concerns notice is hereby Given by the undersigned that Ballard w. Waller ha9 resigned As manager of the corporation of b. W. Waller amp co., inc., and has severed All connection with said concern. Ballard w. Waller. B. W. Waller amp co., inc ,. Per e. S. Adkins pres. January 26, 1911. _. For Sale eggs from selected or. By hit sett was a native of ten Stock hatching r. Rhode is Nessee and a Confederate Cavalryman land reels exclusively $1.00 per set under general Forrest. After the War \ Ting of 13, $6 00 per 100, Day old Chicks he filled Many prominent pulpits. And. $12 00 per 100 after May 1st. Stand la or became a professor in the South Ard Breed fone and White Indian Ern Baptist theological Seminary and runner ducks $1.00 per setting of 12 then president of that institution. In $6.00 per 100, Day old ducklings $12 00 this last position he wrote a paper on per 100 after May 20th. My 12 Breed baptism by immersion which greatly ing pens contain 120 Birds carefully offended one school of thought in the a mated up for Best results enables Baptist Church but was upheld by. What Are known As the a a progressives in the Church. As a result of this controversy which lasted some two years or. Whitsett resigned the presidency of the Seminary and became a professor a a a a a a. In Richmond College a Baptist ins Titu a Alp j barrels of Irish cob Tion of this City. Last Spring or seed potatoes and cheap horse Whitsett because of feebleness and his a at will work anywhere sound Aud advanced age retired from his chair in Ken be the College. Charles Dukes Parksley a. Noted Virginia Clergyman dead. Richmond va., Jan. 20.�?rev. William d. D., one of the most noted clergymen and scholars in the Southern Baptist Church died at his Home Here this afternoon in the Seventieth year of his age. Mated to for Best results me to ship fresh eggs promptly. Eastern Shore poultry farm 0. Wicks proprietor Trower Virginia. Clark nominated fur speaker. Ii a i. Champ Ozark of Missouri Domo in Hospital at Williamsburg has cratic Leader of the House receptive decided not to be an applicant for re candidate for the democratic Nomi Eleccion to that position next Spring nation for the presidency has been the general Hoard will elect his sue nominated by acclamation for speak Cessor in april. Or of the House in the sixty second Congress. This with the selection of a committee on ways and my ans an epidemic of Scarlet fever has de v committee on ways Ana m ans eloped in the Baptist orphanage Ata 6 nearly preparation of Tariff Salem and five children Are affected. A a 10nr _ submission to con it i supposed the disease had its origin a press upon the beginning of the next in second hand toys sent the orphanage beb810n in december when the House Christmas. I becomes democratic was one of the. It i features of a caucus of the demo Cratsa the old and new members of officers of express companies in con the next Congress held in the Hall Ference in new York last week an of the House at the Capitol fld bounced a reduction in through rates presided Over by congressman Jas 1 soon to take effect Between All offices Hay of Virginiaa i in the United states. About 210 democrats were present. For , sound and gentle and Good Driver. Mrs. Addie Johnson me Tompkin a. For Sale my Bay Mare seven 7 years old and perfectly sound also buggy and harness. Rev. E. E. Krauss Cashville a. For Sale two cheap horses suitable for farm Aud heavy work. I. B. Clark Accomac a. Notice having had six years sex ii Prience with All the latest implements or pulling stump preparing new ground and moving houses i now offer my services to the people of Accomac and Northampton counties by Day or contract strict attention Given to All business. G. Gravenor Rne a for Sale horse. Low priced gentle r. W. T. Geliai l Cua Tville a a. I lots for Sale at Legato station Oak Hall a. Jno. S. Parsons Accomac a. Trespass notice i hereby forewarn any person driving through my Woods or cleared land on my farm near Davis wharf or in any Way trespassing on my property. Any information leading to. The conviction of any one trespassing on my property will be liberally rewarded. John w. Sturgis Jan. 4, 1911. Harborton a notice i can suit you in horses and mules 40 head to select from. All Young and Good workers. T. Taylor jr., Princess Anne my. For Sale valuable Sydney Prince Mare 9 years old out of a Gray Morgan Mare kind and Good Driver can Trot. B. T. Gunter Accomac a. Wanted a some one owning a Small Mill to out a tract of Timber in lumber and braves by the thousand. I can help interested party in Way of stave machinery if wanted. Apply to t. P. Bell Machipongo a. For Sale pare bred s. O. White leghorn cockerel $1 00 each. O. B. Mears Keller a. For Sale a Mare three and one half years old stylish sound and gentle. Too Young for constant Road work or will Trade for a horse with More age. Ayres Accomac a. Notice beginning january 1st., i will pay $2.50 for enough porn to fill my houses delivered to my place. W. S. Nock Hailwood a. December 21st., 1910. For Sale Irish Cobbler seed potatoes. The seed i offer for Sale was grown from Choice Maine potatoes bought direct from t. W. Wood. They Are medium in size True to name and free from diseases. Price $2.00 per barrel. Leonard b. Johnson Melfa a. For Bales at my Home in Ouan cock 8 barrels of salted Trout running about 700 to the barrel at $12 00 per barrel or $2.00 per Hundred. Hartman. Wanted�?200 barrels of Corn to be delivered at Tasley station. Write giving pries to a. Lilliston. Accomac a. For rent a two horse farm in Horntown for the present year 1911. Apply to w. Gibb Horntown a. For sale�?4 Fine horses at very Low Price one a Fine roadster three of them bred trotting Colts j to 3 years old. Call on Henry o. Finney or p. S. Stewart Onancock a. Wanted a companionable lady to assist with House Vork and be company for a lady and three children. See or write to w. A copes Onley a notice All persons Are hereby forewarned from gunning trapping Hunting orb tearing or trespassing in any Way on the Fields forests and marshes of a Ravenswood a and other lands owned by us in Monstis neck under penalty of a prosecution to the full extent of Law. Jane h. Monstis Alice e. Oustis. For Sale eggs a from selected Stock for hatching. . Black Orpington $3 00 per setting of 13, $20.00 per 100, 3. O. Buff Orpington $1 50 per setting of 13, �10.00 per 100. My Blacks were hatched from eggs purchased direct for m we. Cook amp sons originators of the Orpington Aud my buffs comprise the Best of my own pallets 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 use and Are rapidly gaining Ascendancy Over All other varieties As the Ideal general Utility fowl. A mrs. N. B. Wescott Mapps Borg a. Housekeepers companion the Cook Book of the late miss Bessie Gunter can now be furnished to ail who wish to Purchase same for the sum of $1.25, either by mail or otherwise the Advance in Price is due to Cost in binding. Every Dollar received for the books after deducting expenses will be used for Church purposes. Mrs. John w. Edmonds notice houses moved by Day or contract on reasonable terms and satisfaction guaranteed. Janies j. Hartma Locustville a. For sale�?2 ear loads of horses and mules. All sizes and Young. Prices to suit every pocket Book. T. Taylor jr., Princess Anne my. Notice houses moved by Day or extract at any Point to Accomac or Northampton on reasonable terms by the undersigned. Prompt attention Given to All Calls by letter or phone at my Home. G. T. Groton Park Ley a. Notice All persons indebted to the late firm of Parks Bros., Rne va., Are hereby notified that the accounts of said firm Are in the hands of the undersigned and settlement of same is requested either by Cash or note by March 1, 1911. Frank d. Quot Parks. For Sale about $100,000 Worth of standing Timber principally Pine in the counties of Accomac and Northampton a. This aggregation of Timber is made up of Between 25 and 30 tracts and comprises Loiue of the finest on the Eastern Shore and on some of them there Are Large quantities of old growth heart also Large quantities of mine props and smaller Timber. They Are located both on the Y. P. Amp R. R. And on the Chesapeake Side of the Peninsula the latter convenient for Barge service. Apply to _ f. A. Shield by Nora a. Notice houses moved and re a aired and new work done by the in or signed 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. R. Outen amp son contractors and builders Onancock a. Wanted four Good journeymen carpenters at once. Apply to Ashburn amp King Pocomoke pity my. For Sale valuable. Island property noted for wild fowl Diamond Back terrapins fish and Oyster planting. Apply to j. Hopkins Parksley Virginia. For Sale two Small farms of 47 ans 60 acres respectively More or less within about two Miles from Painter. Terms easy. Locations Central and desirable. N. B. Wescott attorney in fact. Fob Sale one purse boat 35 it. In length with 7 h. P. Oriole engine Good Speed. 1909 Model two Shad traps fishes 32 it. Of water one used 2 months and one 4 months one 30 it. Herring pockets rings Chain blocks and rope. All necessary equipments for betting. All in Good condition. Address Adams read amp co., Harborton a. Accomac of. For Sale a Bay gelding four years old the past december. Is kind and gentle and can be bought very cheap owing to the fact that i have absolutely no use for him. Warner Ames Jan. 4, 1911. Onancock a. Quot for rent my Honse and lot in the Village of new Church. Nine rooms in House beside pantry and wardrobe. Good lot and necessary outbuildings. Apply to a e. Robs new Church a. Fob rent Fob the year 1912.�? a the Hill farm a at present occupied by or. George e. Turlington non which Are three settlements and also the farm at present occupied by or. We. Belote both situated Between Pungoteague and and Keller station. The land is High with no ditch or need of one on either of them and highly adapted to trucks especially Sweet potatoes. Buildings new and first class and resources abundant. Only Good tenants need apply. L. Floyd Nock Accomac o. H., a. January 7th, 1911. Notice All persons indebted to us on open accounts will please Settle same on or before january 31st, 1911, by Cash or Legal note. All accounts not closed by time stated will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection. S. Gordy amp Bros. Before you buy an automobile Here Are few vital Points to remember lest you forget. Entire livery outfit at Public auction. We the undersigned will sell at Public auction thursday March 16, 1911, at Keller va., commencing at 1 30 p. M., our entire livery outfit consisting of 5 Good general purpose horses 3 Good end Spring buggies comparatively new 1 new Surry 1 new Dayton 1 single Wagon 1 new double suit of harness 4 Good single suits 1 Wagon suit 2 sets of extra Carriage Hames 4 new canal collars 4 pair new blankets 2 new Robes 1 lot of whips about 30 bbl. Of Corn 1 lot of Long feed. Terms of Sale. All sums under ten dollars Cash will be required All Over 8 months indulgence will be Given purchaser giving note and satisfactory Security. Property at purchasers risk As Loon As bid off p. A. Colona amp co. P. S. A 1 Good runabout. The South Bend watch. If its a watch Yon want you cannot possibly Overlook the South Bend. The South Bend is an accurate reliable timekeeper fully a guaranteed by makers. A any time within 6 months a new one will be Given in Exchange for one proving there Are scores of representative citizens of this county the whom i have bold South Bend watches. They Are Bati fied and proud of th9m. Many have told me they would not dispose of them for doable the Price paid. If you Are interested let me submit prices and refer you to some neighbor who is the proud possessor South Bend. V. Neville jeweler Onancock a. Martin amp Mason co. Call attention to their Large Stock of. Sash. Doors. A lands. Mouldings. Builders hardware. A a shingles. Laths. Lime. Bricks and building material generally paints. Oils and painters supplies. We Are prepared to Cut Honse Bills to order also to manufacture barrel Staves and beads of Good Quality. Our grist Mill will run every saturday notwithstanding reports to the contrary. We shall at All times be pleased to show our goods and invite you to Call and inspect our Stock before making your purchases and we will save you Money. Martin it Mason co Harborton a. Remember it of it the name a. F. Remember the price�?$l,000f.o.b. J Detroit fully equipped with Magneto five lamps acetylene Generator and tube Horn. Remember the guarantee a for one year against breakage a from any cause remember the record Over 18,000 e. F. �?o30�?� cars today in hands of owners and every owner boosting ask them. V remember the saving a. F. �?o30�?� at $1,000 saves you $500 As compared with the same size and Power and Quality others ask $1,500 for and $250 from Price of a assembled cars that list at $1,250 and cannot sell for less because of having to pay the extra parts makers profits. Remember that the $250 difference pay8 $20 per month toward your rent or it is savings Bank interest on $6,250, while $500 that you save on a car of equal Quality is interest on $12,500 dollars for a year. Remember that the difference Between Price of e. F. �?o30�?� and would be competing carb at $1,250 will pay twice Over your year s maintenance account gasoline Oil tires repairs and an annual overhauling twice Over no matter How hard you drive your e. F. �?o30. Remember that no other thirty or thirty five horsepower car is made of such excellent materials and is therefore As Light therefore As economical in operation and maintenance. Remember that the e. F. Company has Over $7,000,000 invested in plants and that not Only is every part from the pig Iron and the raw steel bars made in our own factories but that every Pound of steel or brass or other Metal that enters into these cars is first made from our own formula then Analysed to prove its Quality and finally tested to prove its efficiency. Remember that cars for which you must pay More Are a a assembled products that while their makers May Prate loudly about Quality they Don t know what material actually. Goe3 into their cars but must take the word of others who Are making the parts for profit and who have no interest in the ultimate user of the car. And finally remember the record of the e. F. Company never repudiated a guarantee or a Promise written verbal or otherwise. Remember that when we guarantee our cars for a full year we know whereof we speak for we have made every part and we know absolutely the strength and Quality of every piece of steel in it. Remember that we Are the largest automobile manufacturers in the world that we now have a thousands of delighted owners recommending our product and that in View of our tremendous output we need a lot More of such friends. Remember that we have always said a a sat spied owner is the Best Salesman a and that we have always kept in mind and seen that every owner was satisfied. P. for the e. F. Speed records for Sale by Cape Charles Auto co., j. T. Kellam local representative. Wachapreague a. Test or. Hess poultry pan a be a on trial did Yon know that Yon could feed or. Ziess poultry pan Ace a the balance of the Winter All Spring in fact until the first Day of August then if Yon Are not satisfied that it has paid and j paid big v we will refund every cent you have paid us. It is to make your hens Lay to make your Chicks grow fast healthy and Strong to Core gapes cholera and roup. Of course Yon Are expected to keep your poultry free from lice and for that purpose we know of nothing better than instant Louse killer. Now is the time get big profits from feeding a a tonics to make Stock thrive hens Lay. Respectfully j. T. Sledge amp co., druggists Parksley a. Luther t. Lewis Sailmaker at f. Lewis store Hunting Creek a. All repair work done promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. For Sale. 8 to 10 Good driving and gentle farm horses. Well to see them and get prices before buying. Terms favourable. We handle most everything carried by the retail dealer direct from manufacturers. Glad to have a share of your patronage at lowest Price. Harry t. White amp son wholesale grocers brokers and manufacturers agents Mckemie Park a Don t blame the gook if your bread and pastry is the foggy indigestible misery making kind. Its dollars to doughnuts that the flour is guilty of the offence. Our flour makes Light White delicious bread and pastry always. A poor Luck is unknown where it rules the cooking. It insures Good results because it is uniform in Quality monday tuesday wednesday and every Day in the week the Best. Candidly can you afford to go on using Hap Hazard flour when our Miu to sons Amer system puts our Superior product in your Home at less expense we Cut our the retailers profits. We sell Yon flour direct at wholesale prices. We will save you ail those dollars that the retail dealer Hab previously pocketed. Try our method. You la never go Back to the old Way. Write us for prices. Pocomoke City �4. E. K. Townsend breeder of the american Beauty r. It s. 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 set Tings of eggs for Sale at $3.00 per betting of 15 eggs. Fertility guaranteed. A Horntown Accomac county Virginia. Fall and Winter goods. We have them direct from factory and can sell at lowest prices in part As follows dres. Goods notions amp a. In larger quantities than Ever before. Shoes for men boys ladies and children from $5.00 Down specialities with us and As Large line As is on Shore including Crossett and Regina. Matting in All grades and at lowest prices. Flour Best in the world and Climax. Planet or. Cultivator and Many other agricultural implements Hay middling and other feeds. American steel wire Fence 39, 41, 47 and 53 inches High. All at lowest margin of profit. W. Rogers amp bro., Onley a. The you in h hurry a a so o r Eagle Mills doors windows. Blinds Cement Lime hair flooring ceiling pacing siding or moulding of any kind if so write or phone Ashburn amp King they have a full line of everything thoroughly seasoned and ready for shipment. Your Trade solicited. Highest Grade. Middletown re vhf k icing flour. Ask for it when you want the Best. . Mccosh it Bros. Baltimore. A valuable farm for Sale. For Sale at private contract the following property the undersigned have decided to sell at private Sale the l. Houston farm at Stockton Worcester county md., containing 320 acres More or less 200 acres cleared and 120 in Woodland improved with two dwellings and necessary outbuilding. The cleared land is in a High state of cultivation Aud is especially adapted to trucking. Sealed proposals for the Purchase of this entire farm or a part of it will be received until March 1st, 1911. Address the l. Houston co., Stockton my. My barrel House and lot Bloxom station lot 45s feet House 40x70 feet so Gle roof Only 3 years old. 3 wagons and barrel dra two Good general Puric work horses suitable j any purpose. 100 barrels of first cd second growth Irish Cobb potato seed. For further i Formati apply to major Mason Bloxom a. S. Waples with we. Waterall amp co front and Mechanic sts., Camden J., manufacturers of combination and Universal mixed faints White Lead roof paints Etc for Sale by j. W. Rogers amp Bros. Finney. Boggs amp co. I Powell amp Waples. Martin. Mason co., Rogers Bros. Rogers amp Boggs. Melfa. A. Marsh amp Bros. Cheston Neasey a. G. F. Byrd. Mesa ongo a. Baltimore office 614 Ridob building done to forget that s. Bulls is the place to buy your new year presents in Fine imported vases and China japanese Ware in Fine hand work and Nice line of chamber sets at All prices also presents for the Little ones dolls. Doll carriages wagons and toys of All kinds. Headquarters for Good 8hoe8 of a All kinds. Ladies Dolly Madison the Best woman a shoe made. For men Selz full line and Robert Jackson amp Rands the Best heavy shoe made also big line of matting at right prices. Come in and see. S. Bull Cor. Hill and main streets Onano ook a Paul Dewees plumber steam and hot water fitter. Pocomoke City my

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