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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - July 21, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Peninsula a Enterprise John w. Edmonds editor and owner. Too Oman court House a. A stored it the poet office it acc Omeo a v�., second class matter. Saturday september 16, 1911. The Campaign of 1912 is already the Issue is formed and has been already forced by the reactionary vetoes of president Taft the president is driven into a trap. In his efforts to conciliate the stand patters whom he alienated by his championship of Canadian reciprocity he has driven the progressive further than Ever from the regular Republican Camp and the . P. Is confronted by a breach that shows no signs of Healing. It is evident that the Republican progressives will make a desperate Effort to get control of the next Republican National convention and name la Follette instead of Taft. Failing in this As they probably will they will either sulk in their tents or name a presidential ticket of their own. In either event Taft is doomed. The next president will be a Democrat unless some inconceivable Folly on the a part of the democratic leaders in the next twelve months should change the situation. As matters stand the democratic party is optimistic United and determined the republicans divided discouraged and disheartened. The Sun never shone on brighter democratic prospects than at the opening a year ahead of the 1912 Campaign. County committee fleeting. 1 there will be a meeting of the democratic county committee at Accomac c. H. Next tuesday september 19th., at 2 of clock p. M., to recount the ballots of Lee magisterial District cast for supervisor of said District. All members Are urgently requested to be present. John s. Waples chairman. Harry Rew Secretary. Cards of thanks. Or. Editor please allow to express through your valuable columns Heartfelt thanks and lasting gratitude to friends and Loyal supporters of Tomkin District in the late primary for justices . I have nothing but smile for those who opposed and will Endeavor in official capacity to Render myself worthy of their Confidence. Ever seeking divine guidance i am your Humble servant Teackle l. Byrd Mappsville a no. 7258 report of the condition of the Farmers and merchants National Bank at Onley in the state of Virginia at the close of business september lst.,19ll. I wish to thank friends and voters that were Loyal to on the 7th. These efforts in behalf Are highly appreciated and will Long de remembered. Although Defeated by or. Kelly i have no regrets to offer but Only wish him a successful and prosperous term of office. Sincerely . W. Gillespie. Resources. Loans and discounts overdrafts secured and unsecured . Bonds to secure circulation u. 8. Bonds to secure u. S. Deposits premiums on . Bonds ones. Securities Etc banking House furniture and fixtures due from National Banks not Reserve agents due from state and private Banks and Bankers trusts companies and savings Banks due front approved Reserve agents checks and other Cash items notes of other National Banks fractional paper currency Nickels and cents lawful Money Reserve in Bank Viz specie 10.520 05 Legal tender notes 4,760 00 redemption fund with u. A treasurer 6 per cent of circulation total liabilities. Capital Stock paid in surplus fund undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding due to other National Banks due to state and private Banks and Bankers dividends unpaid individual deposits subject to Check certified checks Cashiers checks outstanding United states deposits �T�158.871 70 09 02 60.000 00 1,000 00 2,250 00 19,85000 8,732 20 4.420 76 5,333 45 44,997 07 70 00 3,485 00 049 f 15,276 05 $300,006 06 the following news item in a late Issue of the free Lance May be of some interest to some of our readers with congressional aspirations who May wish to get an even Start with the candidates in other parts of the District at Caroline social court monday a number of supporters of senator Martin present some of them leaders in the county were earnestly discussing the eligibility of men in the first District As candidates for Hon. We. A. Jones seat in Congress. With them col. Jno. R. Saun Ders of Middlesex was seemingly a favorite. It was stated that although he was not a pronounced Martin Man he had not taken an Active part in the late senatorial fight and comes from that portion of the District where Jones is strongest and where he Saunders is very popular. From the above it is understood that to be eligible for the race the aspirant must have been a a a pronounced Martin Man in the past or be willing to enlist under the Banner of the a a machine and to do its bidding in the future. The slogan of the a a machine doubtless will be. The Man most Likely to win in the race against congressman Jones if he wishes to be his own successor who the qualifications indicated above. I wish to express through your columns to the citizens of Accomac and Northampton counties highest appreciation of the kind and courteous reception extended to at every place l visited in the recent Campaign and to those who evinced their Confidence by their votes i Promise to hold that Confidence most dear and in future career to give them no cause to feel that it has been misplaced. While not impossible it is yet so highly improbable that i shall Ever appear before them again As a candidate for any office i feel that i can make this expression without fear of its being taken in any sense As a bid for future favor. Yours faithfully j. Edward Cole. To friends and the voters of Accomac county Virginia i thank you for the splendid support Given on september 7th., last in fight for the nomination to be commonwealths attorney and while not nominated the ote was so flattery i have Only the Best of feeling for friends and also those that could not support . I shall always feel grateful. Roy d. White september 12, 1911. The municipal league met at Cape Charles on thursday to remain in session for two Days for the purpose of exchanging ideas of municipal government and taking Steps to bring the Virginia municipalities to the High plane of other cities in the country. The purpose of the or. A animation As set Forth in their program is a to promote systematic collection of information relating to municipal affairs to Foster the Exchange of suggestions Between municipalities on matters of municipal interest to propose and so far possible influence legislation necessary to proper municipal administration and growth and to generally interest the Public in and advocate All ideas tending to bring municipalities of Virginia abreast of the municipalities of the at the election held monday in Maine the oldest prohibition state in the Union a Victory is claimed by both the a a wets and a a Drys but the latest advices Are that the latter has won by a Small majority. On the face of the returns collected and compiled by the associated press the state remains prohibition by 365 votes. The a a wets Are claiming a Victory Basing their Hopes on the final official returns. The vote is so close says the Richmond virginian the Organ of the prohibitionists in this state a that it has hardly yet been definitely determined which Side has won. To the late Roger q. Mills belonged the credit of having led the first fight against the High Tariff entrenched in the civil War period. Mills served Texas in both the Senate and the House and was chairman of the committee which drafted the Mills Tariff revision Bill. He left Congress 1897 and retired from Public life but lived Long enough to see his views on Tariff reduction ratified by the voice of his countrymen at the ballot Box last november. $ 50,000 of 18,000 00 875 55 60,000 00 3,853 30,047 68 39 00 152.875 73 30 00 2.884 96 1,000 00 total $309,606 60 statement of the financial condition of the lac., Accomac banking co., located at Parksley and Bloxom in the county of Accomac. State of Virginia at the close of business september 1st, 1911, made to the state corporation commission. Resources. Loans and discounts $170,92910 overdrafts secured $566 70, unsecured. $127 69, 69189 banking House and lot 8,005 00 furniture and fixtures 8,278 i due from National Banks. 87,18118 due from state Banks private Bankers 1.774 04 13,100 00 214 84 122 00 678 00 $235.927 76 and Trust companies paper currency a fractional paper currency Nickels and cents Gold Coin Silver Coin total liabilities. Capital Stock paid in 1 $37,000 00 surplus fund 9.300 00 undivided profits less amount paid for. Interest expenses and taxes 428 62 dividends unpaid. 15 00 individual deposits 173,813 63 Cashiers checks outstanding 813 41 due to National Banks 657 10 Bills payable including certificates of Deposit representing Money borrowed 14,000 00 total $235,927 76 state of Virginia county of Accomac is i w. C. Parsons cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is True to the Best of knowledge and belief. W. C. Parsons. Cashier. Corrects attest we. T. Mason Jno. S. Parsons w. A. Burton directors. Subscribed and sworn to before this 9th Day of september 1911. / w. A. Parsons notary Public. I j. W. Bowdoin solemnly swear that the above is a True statement of the financial condition of the Accomac banking company. Incorporated located at Parksley and Bloxom in the county of Accomac state of Virginia at the close of business on the 1st Day of september 1911, to the Best of knowledge and belief. W. Bowdoin president. Corrects attest o s. W. Parks. Edward Colona c. L. Byrd. Directors. State of Virginia county of Accomac. Sworn to and subscribed before by j. W. Bowdoin president this 13th Day of september 1911. Mabel Platt. Notary Public. commission expires december 1st, 1913. Nln thanks people. Senator Martin has issued the following statement a to the democrats of Virginia i thank you for the magnificent majority Given yesterday. I accept in As a Complete vindication and As an expression of your continued Confidence in personally and officially. Nothing which i can do will Ever discharge the obligations which 1 feel under to the patriots and generous people of oar grand old Commonwealth but to your service i unreservedly and with feelings of profound gratitude pledge Earnest Fidelity and utmost to the Farmers of Accomac county a notwithstanding misfortune i have rebuilt Canning factory which was destroyed by fire and am now in position to take care of your Sweet potatoes. Years before i have been Canning some tomatoes which bothered at times in handling All of your culls but i have now turned whole attention to potatoes and am in position to take care of ail you have when you have a Normal crop. This year the crop is very Short and Many of you Are inclined to ship your culls to far off markets which is very hurtful to both you and . I have worked hard and have spent much Money to build up the Trade to use your culls sweets and give you a ready Market for them under All conditions full crop or a Short crop now if you ship your culls 7659. Report of the condition of the Hailwood National Bank at Hailwood in the state of Virginia at the close of business september 1st, 1911. Resources. Loans and discounts $79.1 3 08 overdrafts secured and unsecured 3i9 42 u. S. Bonds to secure circulation 7.000 00 premiums on u. S. Bonds 210 00 Bonds securities Etc 2,000 00 banking House. Furniture and fixtures 4.719 00 other real estate owned 1,106 24 due from National Banks not Reserve. Agents20.744 85 due from approved Reserve agents 37,669 63 checks and other Cash items 2 10 fractional paper currency Nickels and cents 43< lawful Money Reserve in Bank Viz specie 4.692 00 Legal tender notes 350 00 total $158.322 49 liabilities. Capital Stock paid in $25.000 00 surplus fund 6,?00 00 undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 469 86 National Bank notes outstanding 6.700 00 due to other National Banks 2,373 84 dividends unpaid 3 00 individual deposits subject to Check 71,063 30 demand certificates of deposits 45,852 84 certified checks 28 19 Cashiers checks outstanding 13116 total $158,322 49 state of Virginia county of Accomac is i John t. Lewis cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement �8 True to the Best of knowledge and belief. John t. Lewis cashier. Corrects attest Jas. W. Broughton . W. Hitchens John t. Lewis. A a directors. Subscribed and sworn to before this 8th Day of september. 1911. S. C. Hall. Notary Public. No. 6246. Report of the condition a of the Parksley National Bank at Parksley in the state of Virginia at the close of business september 1st, 1911. Resources. Loans and discounts overdrafts secured u. S. Bonds to away premiums on u. S. Bonds j Bonds securities Etc. To far off markets this year when Yoi Banki Ghou a Fra Ito Aid fixtures have Only a few How can you expect due from National Banks Mot Reserve take care of them when you have a agents full Cron then these far off no Nile be state and private Banks and Jiuu crop. Men tenser a on people Bankers. Trust companies and will not help you and by your Selling savings Banks them this year it will put in such a due from approved Reserve agents position that i wont be Able to help notes of you. I Hope you will see that we Are a depending on each other for Good and that you will see the importance of bringing or shipping your culls to . John w. Taylor Hailwood a. Sept. 6, 1911. $145.620 98 29,860 72 60.000 00 1,900 00 18,727 50 12,004 30 statement of the financial condition of the Eastern share banking co., inc., located at Keller and Painter in the county of Accomac. Stato of Virginia at Tho close of business. September 1st. 1911. Made to the state corporation commission. Resources $86,145 56 220 08 Loans and discounts. Overdrafts unsecured Bonds securities Etc. Owned including Premium on same 9.225 00 banking House and lot 6,023 07 furniture and fixtures. 2.869 49 duo from National Banks 41,767 75 due from state Banks. Private Bankers and Trust companies 5,769 60 paper currency 7.889 00 fractional paper currency Nickels and greatest Light harness meeting Ever held in the South. Lafayette race track Norfolk va., october 35-6. $10,000 in purses. Four stake races of $1,000 each. Unequalled in the history of trotting and pacing races in the South. A stake race each Day. Races called at 1 30 daily. For Sale at private contract. 500 acres of Marsh land known a tunnels Island Marsh. On it Are two pieces of High land which will grow any kind of produce. Several coves and creeks run through it with As Fine oysters As grows anywhere and fish of excellent varieties abound in them also Diamond Back terrapins and muskrats. Fine shooting on the March of Black and Mallard ducks. I know of no place better for sport or on which one can make a better living. Come and see it. Can show it to you better than Tell you about it. W. C. Lewis saxes a. Nice truck h for Sale at cents Gold Coin Silver Coin 160 26 62 50 067 70 $161,096 01 $ 22.606 60 59 59 93.507 35 365465 92 329 25 1.282 68 1,951 22 liabilities capital Stock paid in undivided profits less amount paid for interest expenses and taxes individual deposits savings deposits Cashiers checks outstanding due to National Banks due to state Banks. Private Bankers and Trust companies Bills payable including certificates of Deposit representing Money Bor rowed 5.000 00 total $161,096 01 i Clias. B. Mears. Cashier do solemnly swear that the above is a True statement of the financial condition of the Eastern Shore banking company incorporated located at Keller and Painter in the county of Accomac. Stato of the close of business on the 1st Day of september. 1911, to the Best of knowledge and belief. Chas. B. Mears cashier. Correct attest s. D. Rulon. L. C. Mears c. A. Nicolls. Directors state of Virginia county of Accomac sworn to and subscribed before by Chas. B. Mears cashier this 12th Day of september 1911. Jno. A. Mears. P. A fractional paper currency Nickels and cents lawful Money Reserve in Bank Viz specie 4.,38 21 Legal tender notes 2.230 00 redemption fund with u. S. Treasurer 5 percent of circulation exhibitions of Stock and farm produce at the state fair at Richmond this year will be of better and of greater variety than Ever before. On the second Day of the fair. Oct 10th, the com club boys will March from the Capitol to the fair grounds headed by governor Mann. The Stock displays will be of immense proportions. Already much additional space has been dedicated to this Section of the fair. Positive refusal on the part of the trustees of the Randolph Macon system to surrender or Amend the charter of their Chain of educational institutions and so reincorporated As to give control to the Virginia and Baltimore methodist conferences was the result of the meetings of the trustees and committees of the two conferences tuesday night in the argument by attorneys tuesday afternoon the investigation of the charges of fusion and fraud in the Norfolk county primary on june 28 came to a close. The recommendation of the sub committee will be submitted to the state executive committee on september 20, when it meets in Richmond to canvass the returns of the senatorial primary. With four counties to hear from and several outlying precincts in others still missing the total vote cast for United states senators in the primary last week was As follows Thomas s. Martin 57,120 William a. Jones 25,005claude a. Swan a on 59,003 Carter Glass 22,800. Henry Clay Beattie jr., was found guilty of murder in the first degree and sentenced to be electrocuted on november 24.business notices. I notice i have for Sale a farm near Pocomoke City containing More than one Hundred acres 100 of land in Good condition. Buildings in excellent repair. Church school and wharf convenient. Will sell at reasonable Price. Terms easy. Apply to w. F. King Pocomoke . For rent for 1912 or for term of years storehouse with dwelling suitable for Small family in the Village of Atlantic known As the capt. Sam Davis stand. Possession Given oetbberlst., 1911. Apply to John j. Warner agent. Atlantic a. For sale�?14 Beagle pops 8 weeks old thoroughbred and True to name. Apply to Douglas Milliner Accomac a. For Sale i have a car of no. 1 coiled Elm hoops which i will sell in any Quantity at Cost sooner than carry them Over to next year. R. L. Parkes Parksley a for Sale three promising a worthy Colts one or pair of mules 5 and 6 years old. H. T. Mason Bloxom a. For rent for year 1912, the main residence of Mary s. Mason deceased. For particulars apply to w. F. White Onley a. Lost on August 15, White setter dog Lemon markings. Reward for any information. Or. O. E. Uber. Parksley a. For Sale a few Nice shoats. We. P. Bell. Accomac a. Timber for Sale bids Are invited for standing Timber on farms known As a a Woodstock and a a hammocks near Nassawadox va., reserving sufficient to fully protect the farms. Make Best offer per acre to Albert h. Weld Enicott City . For Sale a Fine horse,7 years old Good Driver gentle and Good Looker broken to top buggy and Speed cart weight 1,100 pounds at reasonable Price. Opt. O. F. Taylor Marionville a. 001 5.3 800 48 20.65 62 60 00 420 00 141 29 2,400 00 total liabilities. Capital Stock paid in surplus fund undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid National Bank iotes outstanding _ due to other National Banks a individual deposits subject to Check demand certificates of Deposit certified checks Bills payable including certificates c Deposit for Money borrowed total $299,990 67 \ 60.000 00 12,000 00 1,039 14 60,000 00 16.947 37 66,184 25 38.604 63 215 28 45.000 co swell new hats for fall. A style to please your fancy of a shape to suit your build in a color Quot to match your desires at a Price you want to pay is Here awaiting your selection. Private contract. I have a farm of 282 acres situated on the Pocomoke River one half mile from Steamboat wharf with two steamers a week from Baltimore considered one of the Best farms in Somerset county one mile of River front. Red Clay land no ditches Marsh that pays $300.00 per year Fine fishing in front of farm Good Duck shooting and All kinds of wild game. Wharf on farm House As Good new Nice porches. Farm in Fine condition. Terms easy. S. Ology Pocomoke City . New store new goods. Entirely new line of Day goods notions shoes and groceries at Wise Brothers Craddockville. Virginia. The Wisest Man goes to the Wisest store. 9 aaaaaaaa�aa8bp9pba�99��99 highest storehouse and lot for Sale at Bloxom station. Flour. A ask for it when you want the Best. . Mccosh 8 Bros. Baltimore. To Quick buyer we offer for Sale on easy terms the j. W. Barnes storehouse and lot at Bloxom va., containing and bounded As follows. South by the county Road 65 feet West by a private outlet or Road of Short amp Bloxom and g. Y. Bloxom 99 feet North by the land of 8hort amp Bloxom 65 feet East by the land of or. W. W. Kerns 99 feet. This is one of the most desirable locations for a business stand in Bloxom and we know of no better stand or opening for a general store than this. Possession will be Given at once. For further particulars apply to o. Chandler Mappsville va., or j. W. Barnes Bloxom a. Aug. 15, 1911. You Deposit one Dollar with our agent take a pair of Eleo Tripodes and Wear them thirty Days and if they Are not satisfactory or fail to cure return them and get your Dollar. Our agent signs a binding contract to that effect. Electro podes Are galvanic insoles Zinc and Copper same As a galvanic Battery. The Zinc is worm in one shoe Copper in the other and the nerves themselves act As the connecting wires Between the positive and negative and the entire nervous system is fed a mild and soothing current of electricity the entire Day which positively cures ninety per cent of the following ailments rheumatism in any form kidney trouble at any stage nervous prostration nervous headaches and All nervous ailments. They always restore a Good circulation of the blood which makes weak hearts Strong and cold feet warm. They never fail to quiet the nerves and produce sound and peaceful sleep they remove All bad doors from the feet and Arm pits and purify the entire system try a pair. E. Selby agent Greer Sackville Virginia. For Sale a at private contract. $299,990 67 state of Virginia county of Accomac is i w. N. Mason. Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is True to the Best of knowledge and belief. _ w. N. Mason cashier. Corrects attest f. Barnes. E. D. Hinman. H. Thos. Mason. Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before this 8th Day of september. 1911. Boy d. White notary Public. Statement of the financial condition a of the Bank of Clinin Cleagus incur Pirinei located at Chincoteague. In the county of acce Mack. State of Virginia at the Clese of business. September 1st. 1911, made to the state corporation commission. Resources. Loans and discounts $ 51,974 13 overdrafts unsecured 32 99 bends securities Etc., owned including Premium in same 42,420 00 banking House and lot 4,600 00 due from National Banks a a 185 33 due from state Banks private Bankers and Trust companies paper currency fractional paper currency Nickels and cents Gold Coin Silver Coin total 3.343 73 6,18100 518 62 237 50 934 25 $110,427 55 liabilities. Capital Stock paid in 20.000 00 undivided profits less amount paid for interest expenses and taxes 344 44 individual deposits 45.755 66 savings deposits 40.089 60 certified checks23 7u it Ashier a checks outstanding 2,060 on due to National Banks 2.154 25 total $110,427 55 i Daniel Jeffries cashier do solemnly swear that the above is a True statement of the financial condition of the Bank of Chincoteague incorporated located at Chincoteague. In the county of Accomac. State of Virginia at the close of ou8iness on the 1st Day of september. 1911, to the Best of knowledge and belief. A a Daniel Jeffries cashier. Corrects attest w. Matthews t. P. 8elby, w n. Burwell directors. State of Virginia county of Accomac sworn to and subscribed before by Daniel Jeffries cashier this 9th Day of 8edtember. 1911. Ralph h. Anderton. Notary Public. commission expires february 24th. 1118. Hats Are a great Hobby of ours and this season we have outdone All previous efforts. The styles and qualities we show Are finer than Ever. Stetson a s3.50 and $4 00. Hawes $3.00. Schweble $3.00. Other makes $2 and $2 50. Right now is the time to come to see them. I. H. Merrill co., one Price clothiers Pocomoke . Registered Stock for Sale. fall litters of Berkshire pigs Are now ready for shipment and can furnish pairs or trios not Akin 3 Large gilts will weigh about 150 lbs., very Good individuals one male will weigh 250 to 300 lbs., a Good Type Berkshire with very fancy head. Will furnish registers and ship subject to examination if not satisfactory can be shipped Back to at expense. Large Strain barred Plymouth rocks male and female. Ibo Nice pair Bay mares 6 and 6 years old weighing Between 1.100 and 1,200 pounds each sound and Good workers. A Gray gelding 4 years old sound and Good Driver. Quot. Everything in the Best of condition. R. S. Young Onley a. Eye nose Throat and ear. Or. Horace w. Nicholson 114 w. Franklin st., Baltimore . Chasolen building room 21. Hours 9 a m., to 1 a m., and by appointment. Telephone connections. I offer for Sale at private contract the Home now occupied by with 10 acres of land in High state of cultivation less than j mile of courthouse i one mile from Salt water two Miles from r r. Station in a few minutes walk of churches and High school Orchard in bearing berries amp a. The dwelling is new with 7 room hot and cold water. New barn and outbuildings. Also offer for Sale 63 acres of land with four new dwellings barn and necessary outbuildings. Part of land in High state of cultivation on county Road 1� Miles from Tasley and Onley stations 1 mile of Church school stores and Post office j mile from Salt water and Good fishing bargains in All. Isaac Bclark Accomac a. C. S. Waples. With we. Waterall amp co., front and Mechanic sts., Camden n. J., manufacturers of combination and Universal mixed paints White Lead roof paints Etc. For Sale by j. W. Rogers amp Bros. Finney. Boggs amp oo.�. Powell amp Waples. Martin Mason co. Rogers Bros. Rogers amp Boggs. Melfa. A. Marsh amp Bros., Cescon Essex a. G. F. Byrd . Baltimore office 614 american building removal. The Public will please take notice that i have moved Back to old stand next door to Bell harness co John t. Robinson at. Singer sewing machine co. And dealer in pianos organs and sewing machine supplies. The patronage of the Public solicited. 1 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 l 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 Mill to consumer system puts our Superior product in your Home at less expense we Cut Ono 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. Pocomoke City a a. Eagle hulls cemetery notice. Persons in Accomac and adjoining counties wishing to Mark the grave of a relative or Friend with a Tablet Tomb or Headstone a Marble or polished Granite can now de so at a very Small outlay As we keep in Stock a Large collection of finished work of modern designs of the Best workmanship and at the very lowest Price. 115 n. Liberty st. Near Lexington also 314 s. Charles st. Gaddess Brothers established seventy five year Baltimore . Can cancer be cured it can. The record of the Kellam Hospital is without Par Euel in history having cured to stay cured permanently without the use of the knife or a Ray Over 90 per cent of the Many hundreds of sufferers from cancer which it has treated during the past fifteen years. We have been endorsed by the Senate and legislature of Virginia. We guarantee our cures. Physicians treated free. Kellam Hospital Lloyd cab Blaine druggists Pocomoke City. . A we May not be your nearest druggist but we try to come the nearest to pleasing you will always find at our store a full line of everything carried in a first class drug store. In our Oti or department you will find a Well selected Stock of fancy goods Cut Glass jewelry and silverware China and glassware. Sherwin Williams John Lucas co. And Felton Sibley co. Paints Garden and Field seeds in season. Special attention Given to mail and phone orders. Lloyd amp Blaine Pocomoke City Maryland. Parksley Marble works manufacturers of Marble and Granite monuments headstones Tat it. Lets amp a also dealers in Iron Fence. E. H. Howard proprietor Parksley a. A a what a the Price of potatoes a or Corn or Oats or wheat Rural Bell Telephone service keeps the up to Date Farmer in touch with every Market and enables him to sell at Best prices it brings the Comfort of close association with neighbors and the profit and safety of immediate communication with town or City. You May build your own line and operate your equipment. Write for Booklet the Diamond state Telephone co., h. R. Hearn agent Onancock Public auction of valuable real estate. 11617 West main Street Richmond Virginia i will sell at Public auction to the highest bidder in front of l. 1v. Massey a store in Atlantic on is sturday the 30th Day of september .1911, at 3 of clock p. M., if not sold p privately before that Date farm containing 75 Aeres More or less fronting att a Bay near the Village of Atlantic. Upon the premises Are a Large new dwelling and necessary out building Ai new and an abundance of resources. Terms. Twenty five per cent of the Purchase Money to be require d in Cash balance can remain on Long term Bond. For particulars write or see. Thos. G. Nock a gent Atlantic a. / Spring goods when you come to Onan cock atop at store that a the place to buy Spring shoes. Have a full line in Dolly Madison in All styles pumps from $1.25 to $3.50, High tops from $1.50 to $4. General merchandise big line consisting of dress Gingham from 8 to 25 cents ladies Muslin underwear at All prices big line of ladies White dress goods sheeting ready made sheets and Pillow cases matting rugs &c., China from cheap to Fine imported. And done to forget Vve Are the meat people As we have a big refrigerator and carry a line of the Best fresh meats at All times. Come and give is a trial. Yours for business s. Bull oor. Hill and main streets Onancock a

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