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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - January 21, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Insula a Enterprise John w. Edmonds. Editor and owner. a to combo ooh Ort House a. Entered at the Post office at Accomac o. Va., As second class matter saturday january 28, 19�1. Local news. The next term of circuit court of a Accomac begins monday february 6th. Annual clearance Sale of i. Merrill co., Pocomoke pity now on. See and on front Page of paper. Or. Roy k. Flannagan of the Virginia state health department will address the Accomac county medical society at Onley va., wednesday february 1, 1 30 p. The Jefferson Davis chapter u. 0., will hold its regular meeting wednesday february 1st., in the chapter rooms. It will be a a a Lee meeting and several papers of interest will be read. Resolutions of respect obituary and in memorial notices Are not published free in Enterprise. The charge is five cents per line for All Over seven lines As has been frequently stated in this paper. Or Samuel j. Stevenson will soon have a Brick Wheelwright shop in course of erection on the site of the one at Accomac 0. H., recently destroyed by fire. Much of the material is now on the ground. Melvin e. Witham special commissioner will sell at Public auction at Sanford saturday february 11th, 1911, two valuable improved lots of land formerly belonging to Charles w. Feddeman deceased. For further particulars see posters. Rev. E. P. Perry will deliver lecture on a trip to Palestine and Egypt,�?T.�?T at Greenbush monday evening february 13th, 7 30 of clock and at Leemont m. P. Church tuesday evening february 14th, same hour. Admission 20 and 10 cents. Or. Levin t. Melson of Accomac c. H., is spending the week in Baltimore with his daughter miss Oneida and his brother or. Thomas Melson of that City. The visit is especially to his brother whom he has not seen for the last Twenty five years. Owing to an enactment of the last legislature of Virginia extending the time for clerk to make lists of deeds for commissioners of the Revenue to february 15tb, instead of january 15th, As heretofore the commissioners will not begin assessing property until february 15th. Richard t. Ames trustee will on saturday the 18th Day of february a. D., 1911, at 3 of clock p. M., sell at Public auction to the highest bidder in front of milliners hotel in the town of Onancock the very valuable House and lot of Samuel o. Mcgrath and wife. For futher information see posters or address trustee. The Jefferson Davis chapter u. O., earnestly requests All veterans on the Eastern Shore who desire crosses of Honor to write to mrs. J. Fletcher Accomac va., for application Blanks As promptly As possible a it takes several months to get the crosses and june 3rd. 1911, will be the last time this chapter will bestow crosses of Honor. New advertisements in this Issue of Especial interest to our readers i. Merrill clearance Sale j. Waller Williams Adalac touring car at a sacrifice p. A. Colons amp outfit at Public auction Ashby amp Hickman White Good Sale of fifteen Days Luther t. Lewis Sailmaker or. Charles w. Turman Days at Bloxom and new of Huron Richard t. Ames trustee will on saturday the 28th Day of january a d. 1911, sell at Public auction to the highest bidder in front of the hotel in the town of Onancock that certain lot or parcel of land containing one acre 1 a More or less owned by the trustees of african methodist episcopal Church located near the town of Onancock and adjoining the lands a of capt. John p. L. Hopkins and others. For further information address said trustee. Or. Ellsworth Plumstead who appears As an entertainer at Hopkins. Hall Park Ley vs., on february 2nd., has approval of people from Portland Maine to Portland Oregon churches Chautauqua platforms schools and others All join in Praise he is a rare entertainer. His renderings of the character of a boy and of an old Man Are equally Good. goes readily from pathos to humor and it is a difficult audience that is not touched with pleasure at some part of hib program. A Good entertainment is promised at popular prices. The concert for the Benefit of st. Jamest episcopal Church which came off the 20th of this month at drum Bondtown will be repeated in the town Hall at Onancock next Friday night the 3d of february. Old songs a of a Hundred years ago will be Ren a deity in the old Way by the Best Home Talent of the old town. No melodies Are half so Sweet As those it of the Long ago and no one whether old or Young can afford to miss the Rich treat in store for them. Any denomination that wishes can have refreshments for the Benefit of their Church. Interdenominational prayer service was held at Makamik presbyterian Church Accomac 0. Wednesday night led by or. A. B. Dunaway of Baptist Church and will continue every wednesday night at same Church until further notice. At the next meeting or. Asa Driscoll of methodist Church will Lead and his subject will be a gospel Bible Reading will be a feature of the meeting and All Are requested to take their bibles to Church. The invite neighbourhood notes. Onancock. Little miss Nellie Bird who has been quite sick is improving. Miss Margaret a. Harmanson of a Blenheim a is the guest of her Cousin mrs. L. Shield. Miss Sallie Bishop of Snow Hill arrived wednesday to spend some time with her Cousin mrs. Otho l. Parker. The directors of the first National Bank have declared a Semi annual dividend of four per cent Clear of taxes. The town Council is considering several drafts of a curfew Law action upon which will be taken at the meeting in february. At a hearing before mayor Doughty Friday four boys were fined ten dollars each for exploding fire crackers in the Tot n limits. Mrs. 0. Lloyd of Sudlersville md., after spending two weeks with her daughter mrs. J. Thomas Powell left for Home monday. Constable Kellam has been in Philadelphia and other cities several Days in connection with the disappearance of h. T. Mears. Mess. G. T. Finney w. E. Bell and others will attend the Quot old glory horse Sale at Madison Square Garden new York the coming week. Mrs. L. Harry Boggs has returned from a visit to her parents in Wilmington del., accompanied by her sister miss Frances e Armstrong. While or. John j. Scott was returning Home monday driving at a moderate Gate his horse a valuable one fell in the shafts and died in a few minutes. Or. J. Carson Scarborough son of d. Scarborough was married in Norton va., his Home wednesday. A part of his bridal tour will be spent Here. Mrs. Otho l. Parker was hostess at a card party wednesday afternoon in Honor of her House guests miss Sallie Bishop of Snow Hill and miss Sarah g. Parker of Baltimore. Mrs. E. B. Parker entertained tuesday evening and mrs. We. E. Hopkins and miss Eva Hopkins wednesday evening complimentary to miss Lula 0. Price of Baltimore. The Power boat Leland Mills capt. J. 0. Read is Landing a cargo of Fer Terizer for John s. Waples and the schooners s. A. Durham and Hattie Washington Are loading lumber. Mrs. Coe Carmine who was operated upon several weeks ago at the Sarah Leigh Hospital visited the Hospital monday for consultation with the surgeons. She returned wednesday encouraged at her condition. Or. J. Fosque Watson son of or. George c. Watson was carried to the Sarah Leigh Hospital Norfolk monday by or. Geo. L. Fosque suffering with appendicitis. was promptly operated upon and his condition is considered very favourable. Or. B. Revell has bought of the Barwick Mill co. The Lap and refuse Wood on the land of capt. Jno. P. L. Hopkins near the corporate limits and will at once put a gasoline engine and saw upon the premises to prepare the Wood for use in stoves. Messes. It. L. Shield amp of. Have been incorporated As r. L. Shield company. The directors Are r. L. Shield f. Ray shield or. L. Powell r. 0. Ashby. L. Shield is president and treasurer and f. Ray shield Secretary. It is proposed to enlarge and improve the business. A the stationed officers of the masonic lodges in Accomac have been invited by the District lecturer to meet him in Richmond february 12th, two Days before the meeting of grand Lodge that the unwritten work May be gone Oyer that they May be the better Able to impart it in its perfect form to others. In connection with the double tracking of the n. P. Amp. N. R., an account of which was Given in your last Issue comes the report that the Pennsylvania system will soon route the sea Board air line business Cape Charles and Norfolk instead of through Baltimore Washington and Richmond. The change would bring the Peninsula into More prominence and make us nearer the great cities by faster and More frequent trains. Keller. Or. Harry Nock now wears a smile. Two girls. Mrs. Kate Hickman has improved her new Home with a new railing. Or. Willie Waller ill for some weeks is now Able to leave his bed. Or. And mrs. Geo. Hyslop returned monday night from an extended trip to Philadelphia. Or. John Downing will begin work in a few Days on his new Home on Hutchinson Street. The a Golden links a met last Mon Day night at m. E. Church South to get ready for the Washington Tea Myrtle West entertained a few of her friends sunday evening in Honor of her guest miss Naomi Phillips of Norfolk. A Surprise party was Given this week to miss Myrtle West at her Home a West games were indulged in until a late hour then refreshments was served. Those present were misses Daphne Mears Mannie Savage Lola Mears Sudie Hyslop Virginia Smith Lola Bull of Only and miss Mannie James of new York Henry Byrd Willie Waller b. Coleman Edward Savage Clarence Bradford and or. Walter of North Carolina. Harborton. Or. Williams returned Home last saturday. The Farmers of this Section Are taking Stock in new Exchange. Capt. W. A. Scott is in training to defend his title As Champion Quoit thrower of the Shore. Fri John Taylor met with a painful Accident last week. stepped on a Fork which entered h is foot but is Able to hobble around. The Harborton conclave of Septa Sophs will hold their regular installation of officers next tuesday night and a smoker in connection with it. All Brothers Are cordially invited. Our pastor,. L. Murphy will hold a protracted meeting in methodist Church Here commencing february 5,at night. will be assisted by Rev. Lloyd Williams of Richmond. The order of red men of this town will give a minstrel show in the near future. They have secured the services of the Well known Black face comedians Oats. De Crockett Jim Nock and e. W. Marsh. See these columns for Date and particulars. A reception was held at the hotel English by mias Jessie Penney last thursday in Honor of miss Hilda Hargis of Wachapreague. Quite a number of her friends attended games and music were indulged in and enjoyed by All. Refreshments were passed after which the guest departed voting everybody had a Jolly time. Last monday night capt. J. W. Dize was awakened by a noise. thought burglars were breaking in so woke his son who got the shot gun and started Down stairs ably backed by his father holding the Light. When about half Way Down stairs the gun went off and the Light went out when both commenced to shout for the wife and Mother but the burglar with a a a meow scampered off and the Only damage done was a Hole blown in the front door. Surely such heroism ought to be rewarded Rith a Carnegie medal. Or. W. Roach of Toronto Canada and miss Helen Coburn of Cobourg Ontario Canada were quietly married on thursday january 5th, 1911, at the presbyterian Charob Toronto Canada. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. Cherroll. The alter was decorated and music was rendered by the organist. The Bride was attired in a travelling suit of Blue with Black velvet hat and carried bridal roses. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. Henry Soobum of Cobourg. The Groom is the son of or. And mrs. Roach of menhaden Park this place and is one of the most popular Young men in that Section and this. After the ceremony supper was served in the banquet room of the King Edwards hotel Toronto after which the bridal couple left for a trip through the North and Are now visiting the formers parents at menhaden Park. The presents were both numerous and costly. They have the congratulations and Best wishes of a Host of friends in this town also those of the reporter. Write w. Us tor estimates on doors Sash blinds Stair rails and All other kinds of building material hardware paints amp a. Stock Large prices Low or. L. Fletcher will be at Accomac court h. The first Day of every Tion is to Niem Bers of All the churches county court to receive orders for and All others to be present at these the firm services. Chunc Oteague. Mrs. John Richardson and mrs. Sallie Lewis Are on the sick list. Capt. Badger of Oyster police Force was with us this week looking after violators. Intermediate examinations at our High school just Over show Fine Progress of the pupils. La Grippe is an epidemic Here at this time and All our physicians Are Busy looking after the sick. Or. C. E. Babbitt jr., is having a Large engine put in Monitor with Winder and Patent Clam tongs to catch clams at sea. Out of town this week James Scott visiting his Mother in Salisbury. John Berman affy wife in Philadelphia miss Daisey in Baltimore. Mrs. Bowden died Quot on the 19th inst.,aged71 years. One son or. Joshua w. Bowden and a daughter mrs. Jobe Dirickson survive her. Or. Garrison Hancock is Home from a visit of several weeks to his daughter in new York. did not return in aeroplane but made several ascents in one while away. Or. We. J. Adams a Well known citizen for 35 years in confectionery business at this place died wednesday after a Long illness aged 69 years. His widow and three children William and Ezra Adams and a daughter mrs. W. Scott survive him. The Good prices received Here this Winter for oysters and clams seem to have gone abroad. A to Divide the loaves and fishes with us we have Here at present jew merchants Eye specialists picture agents fire and life insurance agents knife and razor sharpeners quack doctors Corn Salve doctors and others. Visitors to town this week we. J. Burton and miss Flora Jones of Cape Charles or. 0. W. Purnell of Cambridge miss Annie Doughty of Stockton Neal Bradford wife and children Morris Cambon we. Burbage new York City James Abbott Mappsville Edward Disbraw u. Steamer North Carolina. Arrivals at Atlantic hotel this week l. B. Butterfield v. Buttle h. L. Bohen Baltimore f. L. Clark Wilmington. 0. F. Carter Boston Max Davis Erie a. B. G. Jones and wife Norfolk a. Rose Syracuse n. Milligan Tappahannock Daniel Conner Walter Johnson Dryden Taylor r. Childs Stockton 0. J. Tull Berlin e. Matthews Seaford c. E. Roberts Cumberland p. Bonney Cambridge h. B. Truitt Snow Hill m. 0. Turner Salisbury o. J. Rew m. E. Selby Geo. W. Gillespie j. W. Edmonds Accomac. J 0 it ten in us Boute of write to us for anything in the building material and hardware line and you will get the right Price. Oniey build us amp Supply co., Onley a. Parks Ley. Miss Edna Johnson is spending the week at Accomac. Miss Nora White has returned from a trip to Baltimore. Mias Bessie Kent of Girdletree is visiting friends in town. Miss Irma Parsons is on a visit to her sister mrs. 0. C. Perdue at Painter. Or. C. E. Brown of Philadelphia has recently been a guest of or. J. Markland. Mrs. J. Scott and children of Hailwood Are visiting at Home of her father or. A. J. Macready. Or. Thomas o. Lilliston and wife of Dorchester new Jersey Are at the Home of his brother or. W. J. Lillis Tou. Or. V. S Deitrick has recently beep on a visit to Richmond and at the Home of his Mother in Henrico county. Miss Della Taylor attended the funeral of her Uncle capt. Jas. Jersey pity on thursday of last week. Or. I. Buchanan of Birdsnest is working As Relief at r. Station in place of 0. W. Yingling enjoying a vacation. Mrs. Jewell Dix Hoopes and miss Sallie b. Cause have recently been guests of mrs. Hoopes brother or. Sherwood Dix at Norfolk. Mrs. Mary Pennewell and miss Annie Dixon of Snow Hill stopped off a few Day this week at the Home of w. Bowen in route for a Short stay with relatives at Nashville n. 0. At the next meeting of the Parks Ley Lodge of i. Fellows thursday night february 2nd, the officers for the ensuing term will be installed. All members invited to be present. Oysters will be served. Capt. James s. Taylor a native of this county died at his Home in Jersey pity january 16th., aged 54 years. Funeral services from his residence thursday 19th inst interment in Bayview cemetery. Capt. Taylor was for 16 years in u. Coast Survey but for the past 22 years has been Captain on a Penn r. Ferry Steamer Between Jersey City and new York. His widow one child and one brother l. Corbin Taylor survive him. Quot Melfa. Five firms now Quot Are shipping mine props at this Point. Mrs. W. Day was called to her former Home in Albemarle county this week Oil account of the serious illness of her father. Our new hotel seems to be quite popular with the travelling men and they speak in the highest terms of the management. Or. E. T. Harmon and or. Harold m. Phillips each have purchased a dwelling House lot in a Choice location on Woodland Avenue. Or. Teagle Belote has purchased the barrel House formerly belonging to messes. James a be Belote and will manufacture barrels this season. Or. J. W. Cropper of Locustville was a visitor in our Village one Day this week. stated he had not been Here for eight years and that he noted Many improvements. The drama a Topsy Turvey a presented at Hall Here on the 20thby the a Pungoteague dramatic club a was very much enjoyed and highly complimented by our people. Or. Otho s. Davis formerly Telegraph operator Here but now with the Baltimore amp Ohio r. At Taylortown penn., was a guest of or. W. Hatton for a few Days this week. Our Farmers Are now talking fertilizers and it looks As if considerable acreage of both Sweet and round potatoes will be put in As usual and that of berries and onions will be increased. Mrs. T. C. Underhill was taken to the Sarah Leigh Hospital Norfolk Aon the 20th., suffering with appendicitis. An operation was successfully performed and reports say she is improving. While her condition is yet serious her recovery is hoped for. Wachapreague. Miss Anna Goffigon is visiting friends at Painter and Mapps Burg. The w. 0. T. U. Met at Home of mrs. E. J. Foote tuesday evening. Mrs. Henrietta Reade of Harborton is visiting her daughter mrs. J. Brittingham at this place. Or. W. J. Brittingham of Mitomu skin l. S., is Home on the sick list and or. Edgar Smith jr., a a filling his place. Mrs. Harvey Burton of Philadelphia who has been visiting Here has returned Home accompanied by miss Addie Burton who will spend the Winter with her. Or. And mrs. James Edmonds and family Are at the Home of their daughter Florence at Dunkirk recently taken to Norfolk suffering from appendicitis. On the sick list last week but improving Are my is Melissa Hutchinson mrs. Lizzie Richardson mrs. George Mears mrs. Bettie Parker and several children. Or. Tom Stevens of upshure neck met with serious Accident last saturday. had three ribs broken by a horse knocking him Down. His injuries Are painful but not serious. Rooker and Edwin Hyslop who have been visiting their grand parents or. And mrs. Foote while their Mother mrs. Clara Hyslop waste Philadelphia have returned Home. The Little daughter Nevilla of or. Thomas Scott through mistake was Given a dose of carbolic acid instead of cough syrup this week. A physician was promptly called and serious results Are not expected. Or. And mrs. George w. Guy gave a delightful party wednesday night in Honor of their guests misses Kate Bonnewell and Belva Sparrow of Harborton Marguerite Long and Hilda Hargis. A Large crowd was present and All reported a Good time. Flears Volle. Or. Noah Davis a prosperous Farmer of this Vicinity is quite blk at this writing. Prof. Howard Adams and or. Harold Guy agent at me arb spent last sunday at Exmore. Miss Ethel Byrd Puj Fil at Onancock High school spent the weeks end with her parents at this place. Master Fentress Macready Pupil of Bearsville High school sick for the past week is now convalescent. Mrs. Albert Mears has been at Pocomoke City for the past week undergoing treatment for bronchial asthma. Mias Avlyn Byrd and or. Edgar Killman were quietly married at the Maryland line on thursday january 19th. Or. Osburn and George Byrd of Menoken md., spent a few Days of last week with friends and relatives at this place. Rev. W. A. Snyder pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church preached his Farewell Sermon january 22d. Rev. Or. Kirby of Keller will be his successor. Misses Neta and Mildred Mears daughters of or. And mrs. Albert Mears pupils of Pocomoke High school spent saturday and sunday with their parents. Bearsville patrons Are greatly excited for fear they will lose their professor before the expiration of the school term. As Rumor has it wedding Bells will soon be ringing. The patrons of Bearsville school wish to extend their thanks to the school Board for such Active teachers and Good results of their strenuous efforts in teaching the pupils under their care. Mrs. Ida Byrd gave a flinch party a few evenings ago in Honor of her boarders prof. Howard Adams misses Winnie Wessells and Cynthia Chandler. A11 reported a Good time with Many thanks to the hostess. Pungoteague. Miss Sarah m. Taylor began her duties monday As teacher in Hacks neck school. Miss Lucile Boggs of Nandua will succeed mrs. Southall As teacher of music in High school. Miss Edith 8. Walker of modes town spent the weeks end with her Mother mrs. P. T. Ayres. Mrs. John w. Nicholson spent saturday and sunday in Norfolk where she received treatment for her Eye. Examinations were held at the High school this week and were satisfactory alike to a pupils teachers and patrons. Mrs. Fred Johnson entertained the forty two club wednesday evening in her characteristically Happy Man or. A a miss Alice crawly was summoned to the bedside of her father tuesday by Telegram. Later information states that Rev. Or. Crawley was stricken by paralysis. The last meeting of the a a Little six club was at the Home of miss Eva Hack Walker. Or. J. N. Galloway Sang several solos in the course of the evening which added especially to the pleasure of those present. Onley. Fhe l. T. Los will meet at Baptist Church next sunday night. Or. John Core is in new Jersey in the interest of the Exchange. Or. Will Savage has purchased the Fentress Delung at this place. The w. 0. T. Us. Will meet at Home of mrs. Maggie Finney next tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Annie Ward is Home from a visit of several weeks to her son Frank of Berkeley . A pretty birthday party was Given by miss Willianna Holland to her Young friends this week. Thieves raided the poultry House of or. W. F. White this week and carried away ten Fine chickens. Or. Harry t. Mears who left this place Over two weeks ago for Philadelphia and Baltimore on a business trip has not yet been heard from. Among recent visitors to town and Vicinity were or. John Wise Kelly of Norfolk a emr. Claude. Kelly of Pocomoke City mrs. Johnson of Horn town mrs. Or. 0. E. Uber of Parks Ley or. Jeter Marsh chief mail clerk on n. Y., p. Amp n. To All manufacture a. Of barrels and barrel Flater als. You Are invited to meet at the Exchange office at Onley va., on the arrival of the afternoon trains on tuesday january 31st., to consider the recent new York and Massachusetts Laws As to size of truck barrels and if possible to prevent serious loss and inconvenience through the operation of these Laws in the coming shipping season by taking some concerted action in Advance. W. A. Burton. Gen. Mgr. E. A. Pro. Sex. Entertainment at Painter. The third number of the lyceum dramatic company will appear at Painter next tuesday evening january 31st, in High school Hall. Doors open at 7 of clock reserved seats on Sale at g. T. Wescotte a store. Or. Ellsworth Plumstead is considered one of the most charming entertainers on the Chautauqua and lyceum platforms. Come and enjoy a Good evenings entertainment. Committee. Stake for Rod Oliver Colts. L. 0. Ames of Pungoteague va., is going to give a stake of $200 for Rod Over 2.201 foals of 1912. A mares bred to him in 1911 May be nominated in the stake free of any expense and no fee of any kind will be charged. It will be for Trotters in their two year old form to be raced Over Keller Quot fair track during the fair of 1914. A similar purse of $50 will be Given the a Rod Oliver two year Olds rated this year Over Keuer fair tuck daring the fair. A deaths. Mrs Margaret Parker a lady highly esteemed by Large Circle of rela elves and friends died at Accomac 0. Of heart disease Early sunday morning january 21st, aged 75 years. Funeral services were held Over her remains at the Home of her daughter mrs. Irving Lilliston sunday afternoon conducted by Rev. Manning Hank of methodist Church and interment was made in the family burying ground near Locustville. The deceased was the wife of the late William l. Parker and is survived by four children or. Levin t. Parker of Horntown or. Wil Lime. Parker of new York City mrs. Oswald Watson of Onley and mrs. Irving Lilliston of Accomac o. Mrs. Susan l. of we. J. Gibb passed away saturday january 14th, 1911,in the eighty third year of her age. She was a resident of Horntown for nearly 60 years and a member of the methodist Church for 50 years. Funeral services were held Over her remains in the methodist Church by her pastor Rev. T. E. Johnson after which she was Laid to rest in the old family burying ground at Willow cottage Nea Thorntown. She is survived by her husband and two daughters mrs. Me. Trader and mrs. . And four grand children and Many friends who held her in High esteem. By a Friend. Or. Teackle h. Taylor aged 83 years a Well known business Man and worthy citizen of upper Accomac while on a visit to his son or. Sew All a. Taylor near Assawoman was found dead in his bed last sunday morning. was paralysed some months ago and his death was due it is supposed to another stroke. Funeral services were held Over his remains on monday and interment made at Hopeland near Mode town Rev. W. E. Warren conducting the services. His wife and son or. A. Taylor survive him. The concert at Drummond town. The concert and supper for the Benefit of the episcopal and Baptist churches of Drummond town came off Friday night 20th, and both were a great Success financially socially and artistically. The attendance was Large. The Maidens the men the music and the menu were All first class and net even the most fastidious could complain of the Way the old melodies were rendered and of the of sine. The musicians Sang and Lood their very Best and were most bar a singly attired. The stage decorations wore very pretty. The reputation the baptists have established As Good Cooks was fully sustained. It is the Universal opinion that a the Best treat and feast of the season promised the Public was successfully accomplished and will if the fates Are propitious be followed by others of a still higher order of Merit. So the lovers of music and delicacies of the table will be Able to enjoy both oftener than they have Ever done before in the history of the old town. The object of monthly concerts will be for the advancement of the churches and the enjoyment of the Community to get funds for the churches and give pleasure to the people. Coi respondent. To whom it Flay concern. Or. W. L. Nock. Temperanceville a. Dear sir a your favor of the 23rd inst. Duly to hand and we Are glad to note that you have already got orders for 175 tons of Zellus truck grower. We will have a Sample prepared and Send it to you and will also be glad to know As soon As possible what Quantity we shall make up for these aeons wants. We note with regret that there is a probability of some injury to your Trade through statements made by some of your opponents that they can furnish Good of the same character and out of the same pile. This is very far from the truth As the Zellus truck grower which you get is made up especially for you and by a different formula from any other goods that we prepare. Every season we make up these goods for you and no one else gets them except yourself. Very truly yours the american agricultural chemical company. Baltimore sales department. Jas. W. Hunter manager. A card. I am thankful to my friends and take this method of showing my appreciation of their sympathy and contributions since my loss by fire. 1 am encouraged by both to resume work at my old stand and Hope to be Able to prove myself worthy of their kindness. Thor. W. Twyford. Peninsula or association. The annual meeting of the Peninsula fair a a a elation win be held at Tasley ta., tuesday february 14th, 2 p. A fall attendance of stockholders is desired. Thos. Hopkins Secretary. Rail Call. The members of the Drummond town Baptist Church Are Cordi Auy invited to be present at the Roll Call on the 29th inst., and to answer to their names. It is hoped that every member will be present and if for any reason they cannot be it is earnestly desired that they win write a letter or authorize some one to represent them on that occasion. A. B. Dunaway pastor. Annual stockholders fleeting. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Eastern Shore of Vir-1 Ginia fire insurance company be held at their office Keller va., on tuesday january 31st., 1911, at 1 30 of clock p. L. 0. Mear Secretary exhibition and 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 weak 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 of axons Batiste linens lawns Percale Gingham. You never saw such pretty designs and patterns embracing All the latest novelties of the season. Also an attractive Une of French Gingham in All the new weaves. Have you seen the new embroideries for Spring and Bummer 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 and ruffles. C o m a a and examine the new things. The present display represents styles and values that cannot be . Dickinson son Pocomoke City new year greeting to my customers. I wish to thank each one of you for the most Liberal patronage you have kindly Given me the past year and particularly the Holiday Trade which i enjoyed at your hands. For the year of 19.11, i will Endeavor to serve you better give you better prices better goods if that is possible Ana a larger Stock to select from than heretofore. My seed Stock will be larger and prices lower than last year. I am now making plans for my ice Cream and soda water business and will be Able to handle my Large Trade with greater ease. I will continue to handle the High Grade Cream and fruit flavors this season the same As last. I will also have a ladies private ice Cream parlor. Wishing Yon a Happy and prosperous new year and soliciting the continuance of your patronage i remain yours respectfully a. Allaband druggist Parksley a. january 30th, we will fifteen Days make our usual White. Goods Sale. Also we will reduce prices on All Woolen dress goods. We will make prices Low for Cash. No goods charged at the Cut prices. Now is your Opportunity to buy your Spring goods in the various lines. Call and get prices on anything you May need. Respectfully Ashby amp Hickman Accomac we wish to say that we keep at All times for Sale at the lowest possible margin of profit the following goods feeds Corn Oats Hay and middling. Flour we Are now working on our second car Load since february. Building materials shingles lathes Lime bricks and Cement. Farm implements planet or. Cultivators and Standard sprayers. We have a Complete assortment of sizes and values in screen doors and window screens and screen wire. of general merchandise is Complete and Well . Hopkins a amp co., Tasley the Parksley manufacturing co., inc. Retailers and jobbers of All kinds of builders supplies please remember that the Parksley manufacturing co., inc., have moved to their new three Story Brick building at Parksley va., and now can offer the Trade a better line of goods than Ever before. We Are Headquarters for Sash door8, blinds Stair work and mouldings in fact everything in the building line. Our hardware can to be beaten on the Eastern Shore of a. Our stove and Range line is up to Date the Best that can be had. We carry also a line of Harrison a Best paints and painters supplies. Our Nickle Ware cooking utensils Cutter &c., Are the Best. A Large Supply of Winchester ammunition Stevenson and Remington guns and rifles of Many kinds Are kept constantly m Stock. Our line of pumps and pipe is Large and will satisfaction to the Trade. We make a specially of All kinds of fanning utensils and machinery and in these never fail to please our patrons. Call when in town and see our store and goods we can make it to your interest to Call to see manufacturing co., inc., Parksley a. Give Lloyd cd it Blaine druggists a Pocomoke City my. Dealers in drugs druggist sundries toilet articles stationery and fancy Good out Glass jewelry and silverware chinaware and Glass warn. Sherwin Williams and John Lucas paints. Garden and Field seeds in season. Special attention Given to Mau and phone orders. Lloyd amp Blaine Pocomoke City Maryland

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