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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - January 28, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Peninsula a Enterprise John w. Edmonds editor and owner. Accomac court House. A. Entered at the Post office at Accomac o. A. Va., As second class matter. Saturday february 4, 1911. The election of James e. Martine As United states senator from new Jersey to succeed John Kean is a splendid Triumph and a vindication of the principle that United states senators should represent the people of their states rather than some corporation or group of corporations. Or. Martine went before the democratic voters in the primaries and received their endorsement As the party candidate for United states senator. At that time it was not foreseen or considered possible that a democratic majority in the legislature would be elected so the nomination of or. Martine As the party Choice for senator was looked upon As an empty Honor. But the splendid Campaign of Woodrow Wilson aided by the Way by or. Martinez a energetic work for or. Wilson on the stump swept a democratic legislature in on the Crest of the wave of Victory and assured the election of a democratic senator. Then James Smith jr., got Busy. So Long As there was no apparent Hope of Victory Smith had no aspirations. But As soon As it was shown that a senator ship was in sight for the picking Smith political Boss corporation tool and a former senator of unenviable record became hungry for office. Also the corporations sat up and took notice. They did no to want James Martine. He had some Radical notions that a senators duty was to serve the whole people rather than the the corporations would be As Well Satis fied with Smith in the Senate As with Kean. And so Smith became a candidate for Kean a seat against Martine. Governor elect Wilson delighted his friends and surprised doubters by coming out unreservedly and emphatically for Martine and against Smith. The result of the contest is now history. Smith has met with a crushing defeat and Martine is a senator elect from new Jersey. The popular election of United states Sena tors is exemplified in the outcome As Martine was the Choice of his party in the primaries while Smith would not have dared gone before the people. The sentiment expressed by Champ Clark in the recent democratic caucus Quot we should never forget that the Best Way to serve our party is to serve our country a was As Wise As it was patriotic and it is pleasing to note that the caucus was apparently of one mind in the matter. Or. Clark was chosen for speaker by unanimous vote a deserved tribute to his statesmanship and his faithfulness to the highest Ideal of the democratic party. Representative Underwood of Alabama who was named As chairman of the ways and Means committee is a progressive Democrat of the staunchest integrity and Liberal views. His chairmanship of the committee which will have charge of new Tariff legislation insures capable handling of the problem on honest democratic lines and the elimination of the a a joker a so painfully apparent after passage in the Payne Aldrich monstrosity. The caucus voted almost unanimously to place the Power of appointment of committees with the ways and Means committee thus evidencing the sincerity of democratic opposition to unlimited authority in the hands of one Man no matter How much he May be trusted and honoured and effectively silencing the cynics who predicted a change of front now that the democratic party is in Power. That the a a progressives of both parties Are girding their loins for a Battle Royal with the a a reactionaries for control of party policies is evident to the most superficial observer. Organization of the Republican progressive league bodes ill for the second term aspirations of or. Taft while in the democratic ranks the progressives Are quietly but determinedly taking measures to forestall any Ascendancy by the reactionary element. The democratic progressives have an advantage Over the republicans of Liberal tendencies in the fact that they constitute the vast majority of the democratic rank and file which is not True of the Republican progressives. The Republican party by its years of subservience to the special interests has become the party of privilege. The Republican progressives Are not Strong enough to change this condition. They might As Well give up the Effort and come Over to the democratic ranks where they belong. Congressman Carter Glass of Lynchburg candidate for u. S. Senate against senator Swanson will be one of the speakers before tha Newport news convention of the Virginia anti Saloon league next month. His subject will be the nullification of our state Constitution by the liquor speaker r. E. Byrd is also on t he program for a speech. His subject will be a the Virginia liquor Laws. A a another speaker will be Thomas Whitehead of Amherst who will Tell How to enforce the Byrd Law. A Bill authorizing the erection of a Monument Oyer the grave of president John Tyler in Holly Wood cemetery Richmond has been passed by the Senate through the efforts of senators Martin and Swanson. The Cost is limited to $10,000. Or. James a Harrison for 15 years a professor in the University of Virginia collector of i oets work and editor of 17 volumes of it died at Charlottesville tuesday morning. The lower House of Congress voted on tuesday 259 to 43, to hold the y a Mim reposition in san a letters from the people. Or. Editor a As chairman of the Quot Farmers Mutual Exchange of the Eastern Shore of Virginia i wish to present through the columns of your paper a report of the last meeting held at Parksley va., on the 28th ult. We occupied the Large Hopkins Hall which was filled and with a Large number unable to get frito the building. After being addressed by several speakers messes. F. A. Shield Hon. John r. Rew g. Walter Mapp n. W. Nock l. W. Beloat or. John w. Bowden w. L. Elzey and the chairman the meeting proceeded with its business. The first in line was the report of the solicitors. As to the solicitors i wish to explain that on january 23rd there was sent out by the committee on management four men to canvass each mid every shipping Point on the Shore whose duty it was to appoint at each place two solicitors whose duty in turn was to solicit members for the a Farmers Mutual it will be seen that from the snort length of time in. Which the four gentlemen had to work the two counties that the solicitors had still less time to work and make a report to the meeting on saturday however we had partial reports from fifteen Points. These reports showed a membership of nine Hundred and fifty four members All of which Are men Over eighteen years of age and about 95 per cent Are actual producing Farmers. All of these gentlemen expressed themselves As regards the amount of Stock for which they would subscribe As being from one to ten shares the general Public together with the management seemed to be very much pleased with the amount of work done in such a Short length of time. Thus it is shown that the entire Public is in sympathy with the new movement the motive of which is expressed in the following words a equal rights to All men and special privileges to a motion was made and carried without a dissenting vote As follows that there be appointed by the chairman fifteen men of reputation and ability who should forthwith enter into committee meeting and Frame the charter and by Laws of the new organization and to report with the said charter and by Laws to the meeting which is to be held at Hailwood va., february 4th, 1911, on the arrival of the noon trains at that place. The chairman then announced that this was placing a Large responsibility on his shoulders and requested that the Public Forward to him the names of such gentlemen As they wished placed on the committee which seemed to be appreciated and Well responded to. I wish to thank the Public for their prompt response to my request. A motion was then made and Defeated with at least a 95 per cent vote As follows a that the committee of fifteen to be appointed by the chairman be empowered and instructed to meet with the management of the e. S. Of a. Produce Exchange with a View of getting a Compromise from that a motion was then made that seemed to express the feeling of All present As it was carried without a dissenting vote As follows a that the general Public do feel that they Are being driven out of the Eastern Shore of a. Produce Exchange and that there has been is now and shall continue to be expressed until our charter has been granted an invitation to that Organ nation to make such concessions to the general Public As has been asked for and that the said committee be empowered As a committee to enter into negotiations with the old Exchange with a View of compromising present differences and to report the same to a Public mass meeting for their it will be seen that at the present rate of Progress or even half this rate the new organization in a few weeks will be much stronger than the old organization and founded upon such Broad principles As upon which every Man May feel Safe to stand we see no reason being enabled by experience to select the Good features looking to co operation and to expel the capitalistic and other bad features thus Learned in the bitter school of experience Why the new organization should not be a Model organization. I wish to announce a meeting for february 11th, 1911, at 2 p. M., to be held at Nassawadox a. Respectfully submitted j. S. Mathias chairman. Or. Editor will you please allow me a Short space in your columns this week to say a few words in behalf of the Eastern Shore produce Exchange of a. And the controversy that is agitating the minds of our people. When the Call was made for the people to meet at Keller on the 9th of september 1899, it was worded in this manner a to All persons interested in the maintenance of the values of real estate and prices of farm products please meet at Keller on the 9th of september 1899?�?T there was a Large gathering present and plans were started there and then for the framing of the present Eastern Shore of a. Produce Exchange which has been so much Benefit to the Farmers and planters All up and Down the coast and especially of e. S. Of Virginia. Then Why should we be Lead off or enticed away to organize other exchanges or join brokerage companies it is much better to stick to the original Exchange As first planned. And permit me to say right Here that it is my belief that the Eastern Shore produce Exchange is founded on the right basis and its foundation is Broad enough for All to stand upon. We be Lieve however there should be some changes made in the Constitution bylaws and management that would be a Benefit to All. It is apparent at this time that outside influences Are being used to disrupt and disorganized the Exchange. We Appeal to All stockholders and Farmers and members to be Loyal to their promises to this grand old organization the Exchange for with your loyalty and help she will keep on being a Power for Good to us. W. L. Elzey a a Exmore a. Hon Lestrel show at Harborton. If you Are dead stay Home. If you want to laugh come next saturday night february 4th, to or. O. If. A. 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 Buck 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 and 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. Notice. All members of Ocee tribe no. 38, i. O. R. M., Are requested to meet in their Hall at Parksley on tuesday night february 14th. Business of importance to the tribe. All members will be served ice Cream and cake. I Trust we will have a full attendance. A. L. Taylor o. Of r. In memorial. In sad remembrance of our dear Cousin William Burdick. Who departed this life december 26, 1908. While we know that he is free from All Oare and the sorrows of this world while we realize he rests in peace in our fathers keeping still this thought does not relieve us of the Burden that rests on our hearts. He was such a kind and Dutiful Bon husband Aud father he had such a cheerful disposition. When we meet at the Homestead How sad it seems his chair is vacant his place can never be filled. We cannot understand Why one so Youngbo Active and so useful should be taken we can Only say a a god a will be Earth has lost its brightness heaven seems to us More Bright since the spirit of our loved one took its everlasting flight. Call not Back the dear departed anchored Safe where storms Are Over but we will cherish thy memory a till we meet to part no More. Peace to thy soul in heaven above peace to thy loved ones at thy feet Saviour bless and guard them through thy love. Direct Aud guide them a till we meet. By his cousins j. Justice and wife. Pole in memory of my dear Mother and father mrs. Rosa a. Smith who departed this life december 22, 1910, aged 72 years and or. W. Oustis Smith who departed this life january 26, 1911, aged 80 years. Funeral services were held Over their remains at Pocomoke m. E. Church South of which both were members after which they were Laid to rest in the family burying ground at Jenkins Bridge near their late Home. They Are survived by nine children five Bons and four daughters. Though we should search from to pole and every Ocean Cross we could not find again a soul like the dear ones we have lost. The ties that s by grim death destroyed Are ties that Are severed still within the breast there is a void the world can never fill. Thus while we void remains and All the world seems poor yet one thought comes to ease our pains they have Only gone before. We soon in death must follow on what a mortal must decay and though they now from us Are Gode they Only led the Way. By their son w. O. Smith or. Business notices. For Sale single comb Rhode Island red roosters at $1 00 each also eggs $3.00 per 100�?fancy Stock. W. T. Groton Pocomoke City my. 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 Charlotte n. C. For Sale apply to pure Burnt Shell Lime. 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 has 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., in per e. S. Adkins pres. January 26, 1911. For Sale eggs from selected Stock for hatching. . Black Orpington $3 00 per setting of 13, $20.00 per 100, s. O. Buff Orpington $1 50 per setting of 13, $10.00 per 100. Blacks were hatched from eggs purchased direct from we. Cook amp sons originators of the Orpington and my buffs comprise the Best of my own pullets combined with those batched 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. Mrs. N. B. Wescott Mapps Burg a. For rent for the year 1912.�? a the Hill farm a at present occupied by or. George e. Turlington upon which Are three settlements and also the farm at present occupied by or. We. Belote both situated Between Pungoteague and and Keher 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. Wanted a companionable lady to assist with House work and to company for a lady and three children. See or write to w. N. Copes Onley a. For Sale eggs from selected Stock for hatching r. C. Rhode Island reds exclusively $1.00 per setting of 13, $6 00 per 100, Darold Chicks $12 00 per 100 after May 1st. Standard Breed fone and White Indian runner ducks $1.00 per b9ttingof 12, $6.00 per 100, Day old ducklings $12.00 per 100 after May 20th. 12 Breeding pens contain 120 Birds carefully mated up for Best results enables me to ship fresh eggs promptly. Eastern Shore poultry farm o. J. Wicks Pio Pietor Trower Virginia. Notice having had six years experience with All the latest implements for pulling stumps preparing new ground and moving houses i now offer my services to the people of to of Omak and Northampton code Les by Day or contract strict attention. Ven to All business. A g. Gravenor Rue a 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 passing 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 Yon in Borses and mules 40 head to select from. All Young and Good workers. -.j. 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 Gan Trot. B. T. Gunter Accomac 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. J. Ayres Accomac up. 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 Bize Trua to name and free from diseases. Price $2.00 per barrel. Leonard b. Johnson Melfa a. For Sale at my Home in Onan cock 8 barrels of salted tront running about 700 to the barrel at $12.00 per barrel or $2.00 per Hundred. J. Hartman. Wanted�?200 barrels of Corn to be delivered at Tasley station. Write giving Price to a. J. Lilliston to combo a. For rent a two horse farm in Horntown for the present year 1911. Apply to w. J. Glib Horntown a. $ 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. Notice All persons Are hereby forewarned from gunning trapping Hunting Ostering or trespassing in any Way on the Fields forests and marshes of a Ravenswood a and other lands owned by us in Oustis neck under penalty of a prosecution to the full extent j f Law. Jane h. Oustis Alice e. Oustis. Housekeepers companion the Cook Book of the late miss Bessie Gunter can now be furnished to All who wish to Purchase same for the sum of $1.25, either by mail or otherwise the Advance in Price is due to increase of 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. James j. Hartman Locustville a. For sale�?2 car loads of horses and mules. All sizes Aud Young. Prices to suit every pocket Book. J. T. Taylor jr., Princess Anne my. Notice houses moved by Day or contract at any Point in Accomac or Northampton on reasonable terms by. The undersigned. Prompt attention Given to All Calls by letter or phone at my Home. A g. T. Groton Parksley a. 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 tract and comprises some 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 n. Y. P. Amp n. R. R. And on the Chesapeake Side of the Peninsula the latter convenient for Barge service. Apply to. F. A. Shield. Exmore a. For Sale 25 barrels of Irish Cobbler seed potatoes and cheap horse Jat will work anywhere sound and gentle. A. Charles Dokea Parksley a. For Sale horse sound and gentle Aud Good Driver. Mrs. Addie Johnson me Tompkin a. For Sale my Bay Mare seven 7 years old and perfectly sound also baggy and harness. Rev. E. E. Kranass Cashville a notice houses moved and re Sash blinds Stair rails and All other paired and new work done by the unkind of building material hardware j designed at any Points in Accomac a nil a Stock Large prices Low j and Northampton by Day or contract. Or. R. L. Fletcher will be at acco a prompt attention Given to All Calls by Mac court h. The first Day of every i letter or phone at my House. County court to receive orders a Ori Jour r. Outen amp Sou the firm. Contractors and builders Cape diaries Ioe and Lumbar on 1 Onancock a. Write to As tor estimates on doors Acme poultry farm for Sale. Will sell my up to Date Plant at private Sale. Located within 1j Miles of Franklin City a. Reason for Selling my other business will not admit of giving it my attention. The Plant is completed 8 three varieties of chickens Viz s. C. R. I. Reds r. C. White Wyandotte and Black Minorca All thoroughbreds and 2 two pens Homer pigeons 200 Birds or 100 pairs. 1 Fine horse 1 hauling Wagon 1 horse cart 1 runabout harness incubators Brooder amp a. Correspondence solicited. Inspection invited. Major e. Selby owner. Public auction of valuable personal property As executor of w. O. Smith deceased i will sell at Public auction to the highest bidder a at the late residence of the said w. C Smith deceased near Jenkins Bridge va., on a thursday february 16,1911, beginning at 10 of clock a. The following personal property one horse one Carriage one Spring a on one or two cows household and Kitchen furniture. Terms made known on Day of Sale. Given under my hand the 1st Day of february a. D., 1911. We. L. Nock executor. The 1911 e. F. �?~30�?T $1,000.00 and Flanders 20 $700. Better than Ever. They represent the combined experience of the most skilful manufacturing experts of the age. $7,000,000 invested in the largest and Best equipped group of automobile manufacturing plants i the world. Their capacity is 80 pm Fps and 125 Flanders 20 cars every working Day. They employ 12,500 men to build these wonderful cars and every Man is an expert in his line. Since the fall of 1910 Market conditions changed very radically. Material took a Tumble and came Down 1 a business basis. They were first to Public Sale of horses and mules. Pocomoke City md., saturday february 11th, 1911, at 1 30 of clock p. The undersigned will receive a Carload of Choice horses and males and will sell them at the time and place a Bove mentioned. This is All acclimated a took having been selected with a great Deal of Oare from the state of Delaware and is especially suited to the wants of this soc tied. This Carload of Stock Are All broken and ready for immediate use. They Range in age from 4 to 6 years and will weigh from 900 to 1,200 pounds. Some of them Are exceptionally Fine roadsters the others Fine draft and farm horses. At the Bame time and place we will sell ten Fine mules the property of Smith Moore amp co. They have had these Guieb at a Mill in North Carolina and have no farther use for them. This is a Fine lot of Large Chunky mules right out of work All mated and should find ready purchasers. Thib Stock will arrive on thursday the 9th of february where they May be seen and examined at the Pocomoke City fair grounds where the Sale will coca. Sale will take place at time named rain or Shine. If Rainy Sale will take place under cover. Terms of Sale. Four months will be Given by the purchaser giving bankable note with approved Security. Or Cash on the Day of Sale at the option of purchaser. A. Raughley s. J. Twilley. To a a a a --.��, it in a l Iai profit by the change and contracts were closed for enough raw material to insure them almost indefinite production and then they lowered the Price of their product to correspond with the change in conditions. Now something about the e. F.  30 a for 1911. We want to thoroughly impress you with the fact that this is the same car we have been making for two years have never found it necessary to make a single change in the motor but you will find it now has prettier body Lima and a better finish for $1,000 than it had for $1,250. No ear built has any better material in it than the e. F. �?o30.�?� old Bullet the 9th car turned out from the factory has covered 73,000 Miles and is still in racing order. The writer has had the Gleasure of thoroughly inspecting old Bullet and found it in first class condition and still ready to race anything in its class. Write for booklets giving guarantee and full description of the several models. If you want something cheaper than the e. F. �?o30�?� remember the ganders �?~20�?� for $700.00$ Holder of world s record for the longest none Stop engine run regardless of Price this Little car covered nearly 11,000 Miles without the engine stopping once. Write for the record giving full details. Now remember you git a guarantee with every car Good for one year and we will protect you in every Way and see that your car is kept in Good running order. For literature and demonstration write to Cape Charles Auto co., Cape Charles va., or. J. T. Kellam local representative. Wachapreague a. P. of the new models will appear just As soon As we can get them from factory. New cars 1911 models will be at Cape Charles about March 1st. For Sale at private contract the following property my barrel House and lot at Bloxom station lot 45x70 feet House 40x70 feet Shingle roof Only 3 years old. 3 wagons and barrel drays. Two Good general purpose work a horses suitable for any purpose. 100 barrels of first class second growth Irish Cobbler potato seed. For further information apply to major Mason Bloxom a. Removal. The Public will please take notice that i have moved Back to my old stand next door to Bell harness co. John t. Robinson at. Singer sewing machine co. And dealer m pianos organs and us the patronage of the Public solicited. 1911-Spring season-1911 Ward Axworthy son of Axworthy 3 2 15$, and town lady the dam of Quot lady worthy 2 11 j. In judging a horse As a sire Al look carefully acc his Speed producing qualities from his sire and dam then 2 take in his own conformation no lastly learn of his own get if he has sired any. In three of these qualifications Ward Axworthy cannot be excelled. See his Colts see him and be convinced. Service fee $25.00 to insure in foal. For further particulars see or write Nelson amp Miles Onancock a. For Sale. A \ 8 to 10 Good driving and gentle farm horses. Do Well to see them and get prices before buying. Terms favourable. We handle most everything earned 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. Done to forget that s. J. Bulls is the a place to buy your new year presents in Fine imported vases and Ohlena japanese Ware in Fine hand work and Nice line of chamber sets at All prices Albo presents for the Little ones polls doll carriages wagons and toys of All kinds. Headquarters for Good shoes of All kinds. Ladies a Dolly Madison the Best woman a shoe made. For men Selz full line and Roberts Jackson amp Rands the Best heavy shoe made also big line of matting at right prices. Come in and see. S. J. Bull Oor. Hill and main streets Onan Crook a. Paul Dewees plumber steam and hot water fitter. Pocomoke City my. 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. Quot 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 Yon afford to go on using Hap Hazard flour when our mail to consumer system puts our Superior product in your Home at less expense we Cut our the retailers profits. We sell you flour direct at wholesale prices. We will save you All those dollars that the retail dealer has previously pocketed. Try our method. You la never go Back to the old Way. Write us for prices. A Igle Mills Yocom a test or. Hes poultry pan a be a on trial a did you know that you could feed or. Hess poultry pan a co a die balance of the Winter All Spring in fact until the first Day of August then if you arc not satisfied that it has paid and paid big we will refund every cent you have paid us. It is to make your hens Lay of make your Chicks grow fast healthy and Strong to care gapes cholera and roup. Of course you Are expected to keep your poultry free from lice and for that purpose we know of nothing better than instant Louse now is the time get big profits from feeding a a tonics to make Stock thrive hens Lay. Respectfully j. T. Sledge amp co., m druggists Parksley a. E. K. Townsend breeder of a the american Beauty r. Amp s. Comb r. I. Reds. Kellerstraus Strain Crystal also White Orpington. Stock and eggs for Sale. Eeb from first pen of Choice mating $1.50 per setting of 15 $5.00 per 100 Utility Stock $1.00 per setting. Horntown Accomac county Virginia. A limited number of settings of eggs for Sale at $3.00 per setting of 15 eggs. Fertility guaranteed. Callahan. Keep your Eye on this space for the clothing and shoe Man. W. Callahan Pocomoke my. Look to your interests banners. Buy your fertilizers of a reliable company. The Virginia Carolina chemical co., the biggest Fertit izing company in a the world with brands for All crops of any analysis at As equal or lower Price. Your Choice of old traders 7 per cent. Standard Tinsley a 7 per cent and trackers mixture for $35.00 delivered. Also have Standard 5 per cent $33.00. Testimonials furnished when asked for. Write or phone p. S. Stewart general agent Onancock va., for any information desired. Yon can also get the Price and terms from agents m. S. Wilson Cheri ton a. T. Hickman Painter w. Phillips Melfa r a. Turlington Onley g. Scarborough Onancock Ashton Fletcher Jenkins Bridge j. W. Shrieves Cashville and or. John e. Nottingham jr., Franktown will also Forward orders to p. S. Stewart. We deliver at All stations and landings on Seaside or Bayside. A i highest Grade Martin amp Mason co Call at Large i mention to their Tock of. A a Middletown flour. Ask for it when you want the Best. I r. E. Megosh amp Bros. Baltimore. I Sash doors blinds mouldings builders hardware shingles. Laths Lime. Bricks and building material generally paints oils and painters supplies. We Are prepare to Cut Bonse Bills to order also to manufacture barrel Staves and Heads of Good Quality. Our grist Mill will ran every saturday notwithstanding reports to the contrary. We shall at ail times be pleased to show on goods and invite you to Call and inspect on Stock before making your purchases and we will Bave you Money. Martin amp Mason co Harborton a. N

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