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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - July 31, 1907, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Mosul i put Prisc Accomac court houss a. Saturday november28,18p0. Jihn Vav. and owner. Local Nev a. Cju Uty court Boxt monday Ami lie regular grand jury term. Thanksgiving Day was generally observed throughout the country. Or. Charles Coard while at eco Mac c. H., last saturday fell Down and broke his thigh. Kev. Henry l. Derby Rector of the episcopal churches in st. George s Parish Accomac has tendered his resignation to take effect december 31st, 1890. A special invitation is Given to you if in arrears for your subscription to this paper to us next monday court Duy. We need it and must have it to meet the expenses of our office. Fidelity Lodge. A. O. C. W. Will elect officers at its meeting on first monday night in december. Important matters will be before tie Lodge and a full attendance of the members is requested. Christmas goods in the usual quantities Are being purchased by our merchants and advertisements of All who buy them to sell and not to keep May be expected in the next Issue of this paper. Or. John 0. Taylor Accomac. H., has been awarded the contract a for guttering and spouting Quot Smiths Island life saving station and expects to do like work at All the stations in the District. Farming and speculation truck growing arc different brunches of agriculture and if the latter is done on credit tie chances to lose Are greatly increased. Buy Cash guano mud save a profit at the Start. Or. K. V. Nottingham offers for rent for year 180�?o. Tie Brick storehouse in Eastville. Now occupied by or. R. S. Trower one of the largest most convenient and Best locations for business in that town also two dwellings in Good repair. Or. 3. F. Rogers administrator of Isaac t. Wright deceased will sell at Public us Tiou on the premises of the decedent next wednesday tie whole of ills personal property. For particulars see advertisement. Rabbits Are very plentiful in the county this year especially in at. Lactic District. The sportsman in that District is a poor Marksman who cannot according to our informant bag from 10 to 13 in an afternoon. A party of bicyclists Promise it citizens of Snow Hill md., Viz messes. W. S. Wilson 0. D. Collins a. D. Irvin and w. F. Johnson in route to Cape Charles spent monday night at hotel Doughty in our town. They made the run in two Days. Or. William l. Harper merchant of Pungoteague and mits May Kate Hebard daughter of or. Joseph h. Hebard of Locustville were married at the parsonage of the m. E. Church South Only on wednesday Isth just. Rev. Luther t. Hitt officiating. E. T. Powell treasurer will be at Oulu cock to Day november will be together with John h. Hopkins Deputy treasurer at Accomac c. H., next monday court Day for the convenience of tax payers Aud to give everyone who wishes to do so the Opportunity to save the 5 per cent which will be added to their taxes after december 1st. An advertisement of Lloyd Blaine amp co., Pocomoke City in this Issue merits the attention of those who want Xmas and new year presents. Their Stock is Large Well assorted Aud offered at reasonable prices. Read the advertisement and Call on them. We very cordially second the invitation which they extend to you. Or. John w. Kellam or. A. J. Mcmath and or. W. Pruitt will represent Ocean Chesapeake and Tern Perun Ceville masonic lodges respectively in the grand Lodge which convenes in tie City of Richmond next tuesday Aud left for that City on yesterday. Or. Kellam is recon. Mended by All the lodges As the next District Deputy grand master. Or. Edwin h. Benson of Pocomoke City Aud miss Emaline Carmine of near Preston md., were married at Poplar Grove tie Home of the Bride on thursday 10th iust., Bishop Adams of Kuston. ., officiating. The Happy couple arrived at their Home at Pocomoke from their wedding tour North last monday. The Groom Lias the Best wishes Aud congratulations of numerous friends in Accomac. The entire vote of Accomac for Hon. W. A Jones for Congress was thrown out by the state canvassing Board but May be counted after the court of appeals of Virginia renders its decision in the y Ost Case next monday. The majority for Jones was 170 and not 1200 As reported through some of the papers and should not have been thrown out on a Mere technicality. The people voted for w. A. Jones showed by the splendid majority they gave him that lie was their Choice Aud to have their will Defeated because tie return was made for William a. Jones causes Surprise and much unfavourable comment in the county. notes. or. Edward Derickson was Here this week to examine men for the life saving service. Or. Thomas s. Bowden Aud miss Annie Lee Watson were married this week Rev. S. U. Grimsley officiating or. Heury t. Davis of eur Craddockville moved to Clitu Oteague this week to make it Bis future Home. Or. G. W. Fisher has been appointed and accepted tie position of teacher of school Down tile Island in place of win. Warren resigned. The Corner Stone of Union Baptist Church will be Laid wednesday december 2d. Everybody is in vied to be in attendance Aud a Large crowd expected on the occasion. Our boats lieu Bank is open from 7 a. In., to 8 p. M., for tie convenience of the depositors Many of whom Are Oyster men and cannot attend to their a nuking business until after night. The Post Light at Fisherman s Point was lighted of on tie 18th iust., with a. Frank Jones of ass Teague As keeper at a salary of $300 annually. Tie appointment of or. Tones is a Good one and satisfactory to our peo pie generally. Schooner j. R. Moffitt loaded with oysters this week for fair Haven conu., Aud Schooner Sunbeam left with a like cargo for Norfolk. Sci Vouers d. J. Whealton Emma Robi Sou and j. R. Mollitt arrived this week with cargoes of Coal which was disposed of at $5.40 per ton. Arrivals at Atlantic hotel this week trios. Stevenson Oliver Metzel c. E. Byrd j. G. Misson f. W. Byrd j. Fedde Umu m. J Byrd. Baltimore j. W. Fields new York f. C. Hanna Philadelphia w. A. Taylor Stockton. Kev. C. E. Matthews North Carolina w. Elllis Salisbury p. Parker Berlin w. Matthews. Thomas Chandler. Lbs Virgie Taylor mrs. Albert Chesser Accomac. Kev. S. Dulaney is having a successful meeting in his Church. Or. J. T. Addison is spending the week in Northampton county. Miss Bertie Williams of Northampton. Is visiting or. J. I. Be lout. Miss Ella Joques of Pungoteague is visiting miss m. K. Bundick on North st. Or. W. T. Wise is ill Baltimore this week looking after his Xmas oods. Rev. K. F. Gayle tie new pastor of j tie m. E. Church South will preach next sunday. Or. D. J. Titlow proposes to open a Book Aud stationery store Here at an Early Date. Mrs. W. R. . Who Lias been visiting Here went to her Home in Baltimore. Monday. Rev. Or. Geo. E. Booker Aud family will leave for their new Home Cambridge md., next tuesday. Or. Tally a. Jones assistant general manager of tie Baltimore Aud Atlantic railway co. Spent last Friday with prof. G. G. Joyn Ennd family. The missionary Tea give by the a add is of m. E. Church South was a Success. delightfully passed in Church festivities. Severa1 recitations of much Merit and Good music. A very interesting and instructive meeting of the w. C. T. Union was held in the Baptist Church last sunday afternoon. Or. W. T. Bundick opened the meeting with an eloquent address of the work of the Union and introduced mrs. Wiley president of the Norfolk Union who ably set Forth the character and work done by tie Christian Union in Virginia and Otner sections of our country. Miss Annie Fosque of Onancock is visiting miss Sadie Powell. On Little epidemic of Scarlet fever has materially declined during the past week. Society Here is anxiously awaiting at least three marriages to take place at a Early Date. Or. W. A. Garrison returned Home from tie Wilmington business College a few Days ago on account of his eyes. The a Green Gill Quot has afflicted our Oyster crop and on Oyster men Are seriously depressed As u consequence. This condition of the bivalves added to the Low prices makes the Outlook for the season even More discouraging. Mrs. S. Z. Turlington who has been a great sufferer for the past Mouth with an inveterate form of neuralgia has been sent to Baltimore by her physician to consult a specialist. The Little Sou. Dangerously ill with typhoid fever for several weeks is now convalescent. A a it culex. Or. D. Ii. Johnson will move into his new store in a few Days. Mrs. Geum the Fox Lias moved into her new residence on Dunne Avenue. Pate amp Mason i ave moved in their new store Ami their slab Palace now Lias a deserted look. Mrs. Della Bounds of Philadelphia who has been visiting friends Aud relatives in this Vicinity has returned Home. Thanksgiving was generally observed in Liis Section. Most All of our churches had services which were Well attended. Rev. F Sanford filled his pulpit is Iuda and gave a Good report of his visit to the general association in Pic Motul. Rev. Or. Stone very acceptably tilled the pulpit in Parksley for Kev. F. Sanford while he was attending the general association. Several of our Young people went Over to the Seaside wednesday night and had a old fashioned Oyster roast. They report having had a Good time. Or. Mapp paid a pleasant visit to our school this week and reports the school in a nourishing condition but greatly hindered in its work by a poor building Aud Lack of room. Mrs. And miss Chadbourne. Of bos ton have returned to Parksley for the Winter. Mrs. Old bourse is still suffering from a broken Arm received by being Ruu Over by a bicyclist in Boston. Our Young people were sorry to part last Suu Duy night wit i Ray Bundick who left for a Long visit to new York City Aud recognize that a Strong link Lias been taken out of their social Chain. Kev. It. It. Sanford has accepted tie pastorate care of Vienna and Branch Hill churches in Dorchester county md., and will move next week to Vienna. Our people generally of All denominations part with him with regret but wish him a pleasant pastorate in Bis new Home. Our magistrate court Lias grown so urge that it looks As if we will have to have a judicial building. It was reported that Over fifty cases would be on the docket for last saturday. Our Young attorneys. Messes. Buu Dick Aud Row. Were on hand to balance the Scales of Justice. Ilu Burf on. The menhaden fishing business at this place has closed for the season. Another dwelling has been erected by or. A. T. Evans on his property at this place. Tie private school Here taught by miss Luivie Hutchinson continues to increase in numbers. Steamer Daisy arrived from Baltimore last week with a Load of Coal for s. K. Martin amp co. Captain Aud mrs. A. J. Morse and daughter left this week for Baltimore to spend the Winter. The committee of on m. arc making preparations for the entertainment to come off at that Church Christmas night. Capt. Tias. W. Marsh and wife mrs. Edward j. Crockett and mrs. Egbert Evans attended the Virginia conference recently in session at Lynchburg. Karl Nihil . Mil. Editor a in your last Issue you say a thanksgiving is a Login school please state by Wlms authority you make this announcement. You published the proceedings of the county school Board of aug. 3. The Board then expressly de lured a Xmas Day Aud easter monday Legal school by what authority did you add thanksgiving Day superintendent Mapp writes me he considers it a Legal school Holiday but lie signed tie minutes of tie proceedings of tie county school boned of August 3d 1$9g, and thanksgiving is not named in those minutes and it is not a Legal school Holiday. Doubtless Many of the teachers misled by your announcement will take thanksgiving As a Holiday others will teach. Hence we will have confusion. In my District we inserted in the contracts Quot Xmas Day and easter monday Are Legal school if tie teachers take thanksgiving they can be required to make it up at the end of the session. There is another matter i want made Plain namely Liat there Wil be a recess from december 2gtb 189u to january 4th 1897 without . This Lias been customary. Let All the teachers take notice and it will save correspondence with tie District clerks and unnecessary confusion. Let us Quot do All things decently and in order a no for Loius recess. Hastily. J. D. Parsons clerk Atlantic District. The a a announcements was made by the authority and at tie request of the superintendent of Public schools of tie county of de parly. The birthday party held by the ladies of Harborton Baptist Church on tie evening of november 17th, at the residence of or. A. J. Morse was a very unique affair. Tie invitations sent out by mrs. Morse the a commanding general Quot brought together about one Hundred and Twenty five persons who left their cares and worries at Home Aud determined to enjoy the evening. Tie social feature was admirable for All present were thrown together As one great family All were present to celebrate Liis and her own birthday. The old in years Felt Young in spirit and this in itself made All present feel As Happy As the Young Man who was handed a a real love letter Price five Yve wanted to give mrs. Morse a Hearty Vale of thanks but she said no she was perfectly satisfied in that she had helped us to spend a pleasant evening and the Church had realized $30 in solid Cash. A Cholly. Fri re Oyster supper. At. A fair will be Given at Halls Chapel Friday december 23tli, Christmas Day. Supper will be served Aud confection eries 6old on tie occasion. All Are invited to attend. Tie Rech bites will have an Oyster supper at Pocomoke tent near Corbin s store of the 22d Day of december. A free entertainment will be give at Pocomoke m. E. Church South at night on the 23th Day of december. Real Enid in no Public auction. Trios. W. Russell special commissioner by virtue of a decree in the suit of the win. J. Hooper co., judgment creditors who rues is. John p. Pruitt and wife and others will sell at Public auction of monday december 7tli, at 5 of clock p. M., at tie store of John a. Chambers on Tan Gler Island two certain houses or. Lots situated on said Island. 8ee posters. Otho f. Mears special commissioner in tie suit of Julia Christian Tio sues ac., is. Rupert t. Chris Tianis administrator it als will sell at Public auction at Wacelia Prague of saturday december tilth Between the hours of 2 and p. M., a certain lot or parcel of land situated it Wachapreague. Of which Rupert Christian died seized and possessed containing one third of an acre free Anil discharged of widows Dower. For full particulars see posters. Olio f. Mears special commissioner in to suit of Julia Christian who ones ac., is. Rupert t. Chris Tinus administrator it Aln will sell at Public auction at Harborton on saturday december 19th, 1896, Between the hours of 10 a. And 12 in., a certain lot or parcel of land situated at Harborton of which Rupert t. Christian died seized and possessed containing one fourth of an acre free and discharged of widow s Dower. For further particulars see posters. Ii irks Ilce Euiler Force i. From the 2d to the 4th of december there Are reasons to expect very severe disturbances. The period will begin with warm wave starting in the far West storms of rain Snow Aud wind developing As the Low barometer and warm wave move to the eastward. December 27th a Mars Equinox is Central. Venus is Central on tie 23d Aud Mercury outline 2gth. With Winter solstice from about 9th to 28th. From st to 12th will prove one of the periods that should be wat Heil. Be prepared Lor blizzards at this time Aud All december periods with intense cold following in the North Aud More or less severe southward. The l Atli and 13th will bring renewed storm activity. The 19th to 23rd will be at the Center of the Winter solstice with a regular storm period greatly Zuten Allied by Venns Aud Mercury. There will be terrific Winter storms or phenomenal freaks of temperature Aud Emir Ali quake. The 20th to about the 30tli will really be the crisis of All the causes that bring extra pressure of most of the month. Mii Luul Uci Clit Flarv Mimi Cla Loii to the members of the Mutual Benefit fire la Surace association of Accomac Aud Northampton division we find that the former agents Hussey and Long. In writing up application for membership in some cases placed too High a valuation thereby giving policies for the full value of property when this association Only proposes to carry three fourths of tie value in risks. We Are Only required by our Law to in Case of loss three fourths of the real value. I would suggest to All such persons who Are holding policies for As much or More than their property is Worth to notify the undersigned Aud have re Weir policies adjusted thereby saving themselves from paying excessive assessments on Over rates. W. J. Rue Gen l agent Northampton and Accomac division. Services at Horntown sunday morning 10 30 of clock at Bloxton 7 30 p. In., by Rev. L. Slu Imerman. Rev. E. F. Garner will preach at Temperanceville sunday morning 29th iust., and at Sanford at night. Rev. J. Carson Watson has returned from conference and will preacly at Downing a to Morrow morning Aud at Pocomoke it 3 p. In. Services at the m. E. Church Chincoteague for sunday november 29th, will be As follows morn ing service at 10 30 sunday Sci Zooi at 2 30 children a thanksgiving service at 7 30 p. M., when appropriate pieces will be selected by the children of the Sabbath school and selections of music Given by the children and choir. Tie Public cordially invited to these services. A Tim Prenol Illarr of Norfolk. Liis body met according to adjournment at the pastors study of the second presbyterian Church to Day at 11 a. Rev. We. S. Lacy the last Moderator present took tie chair and the session was opened with prayer. The special business before this called meeting of the presbytery was the consideration of the resignation of Rev. R. E. C. Lawson of pastor of the churches of Belle Huven and Powellton on the Eastern Shore. Official communications were received from those churches assenting thereto whereupon the presbytery dissolved the pastoral relations existing Between or. Lawson and Baid churches. Rev. A. S. Venable of Bay View was appointed to visit Belle Huven and declare the pulpit vacant. Rev. Byron Clark of Accomac c. t was appointed to perform the same service for Powellton. Rev. R. E. C. Lawson was at his own request dismissed to the presbytery of Transylvania that be May accept tie pastoral care of the presbyterian Church at Springfield by. The presbytery will to called to meet in special session of Friday 4th of december next to consider the Call of the presbyterian Church at mount Washington mil., for the pastoral services of Rev. Byron Clark of Accomac c. �?Norfolk Ledger november 23rd. Ames shield a co., Are opening out Ali eur Christmas goods. Another invoice of cups Aud Coats have just arrived at Ames shield a co. Do you want a suit overcoat or storm coat for yourself or boy ? if to go and see Ames shield a co. Business notices. Notice an Alderney Eow Slit in right ear us debit tie left crumpled horns White strips in Hank left my premises near Woodberry about a year ago. Information of her whereabouts suitably rewarded. P. J. Rew Gargaglia a. For Sale Blackberry plants at $2.30 per one thousand Cash two Jersey cows at the Folly for note and satisfactory Security a payable september 1st, 1897. Apply to Orris a. Browne Cape Charles a. Wanted a Cook s place by one who is willing to give satisfaction. Address c. J. Finnic Savag Eville Vul. Notice i hereby forbid All persons from cutting Wood hauling Over or Lieut aug with gun and dog on my land near Mode town. Anyone trespassing on same in anyway whatever will lie prosecuted to the full extent of Law. Mrs. Susan s. Belote. Foil Sale cheap for Cash several Good horses. One pair mares excellent match gentle to nil harness. L. W. Groton Onancock a. Punic auction i will sell at Public auction of my premises next wednesday december 2d, to tie highest bidder All of my personal property consisting of horses cattle hogs Corn and fodder potato bed frames and Many farming implements too numerous to mention. Sale to commence at 19 o clock a. D. T. Bundick. For rent for 1 97, tie hotel at new Church Stu Tan with livery stables attached and about 35 acres of Good i rucking land with plenty of Pine shatters and fire Wood. For Terui apply to John Brittin Gium Massey p. 0., a. For Sale two cows fresh to the pail. B. T. Gunter Accomac c. H., a. Notice a half grown Alderney Bull of red and White color has strayed away from my premises. A suitable Reward will be paid for his return to me. S. A. Lewis Accomac c. H., a. For Sauk a 4 year old filly Standard bred line Driver if not sold privately will be sold november 30th, court Day next. T. C. Kellam. For sai.k�?190,000 cabbage plants and 300 bushels of Irish potatoes Burpee s extra Early. G. Vav. Jacob Belle Haven a. Ames shield a co., Are making a big Effort on furniture carpets and matting. If you Are needing anything in these lines you had better Call Aud see what they will Ilo for you. Zuino Law Ron aril for Vul Allius of Sain i1. An to prevent the extermination of partridges or Quail in the state of Virginia approved january 27, 1s9g. 1. Be it enacted by the general As Sembly of Virginia that it shall be unlawful for any person to kill or capture any partridges or Quail in the state of Virginia for the period of two years or to offer for Sale or buy any partridges or Quail so unlawfully killed or captured in said state within the aforesaid period. 2. Any person violating this shall be deemed guilty of a missile i Neazor and cued ten dollars for each offence Aud imprisoned in jail until the Fine be paid but not exceeding thirty Days. 3. In any prosecution of a person for a violation of this proof of the Possession of any such Birds shall be Prima Facie evidence of guilt. 4. The operation of Section two thousand and 6eventy-nine of the code of Virginia and of any special game Law so far As it relates to this particular game and is in conflict with this is hereby suspended for the period of two years. 5. This shall be in Force from its passage. For information leading to the conviction of anyone violating the above statute a Reward of $20 will be paid. E. S. G. Protective ass a. When you want a Good pair of shoes come to see us. Slocomb Bros. Public auction the undersigned As administrator of Isaac t. Wright deceased will sell at Public auction of the late premises of the decedent near Onancock on wednesday december 2d. Valuable personal property. Consisting in part of 3 line horses hogs pork carte Carriage 75 barrels of Corn fodder potato bed frames onion sets farming implements household and Kitchen furniture Etc. Sale to commence at 10 a. In. Terms Mude known on Day of Sale. S. F. Rogers administrator. Sheep for Sale. Apply to miss j. Eustis. Accomac c. H., to. Notice All persons Are hereby no titled from trespassing on my two farms on Cheslou Essex where David m. Scott and George Wise now reside under penalty of a prosecution to tie full extent of Law. We. C. West Onancock a. Notice i hereby forbid All persons from cutting Wood hauling or Hunting with dog or guns of my land. A Youe trespassing on same will be prosecuted to the full extent of Law. 8amuel f. Marshall Bearsville a. Notice All persons indebted to us for store or fertilizer account Are most earnestly Aud respectfully requested to come at once and Settle either by note or Cash. Trader is German Hailwood a. Sore Throat quickly cured not Long ago in speaking of sore Throat and the difficulty frequently experienced in curing it. Or. J. E. Thomas of Uniondale pa., told How he bad often cured it in Bis family. We give it in his own word Quot i have frequently used Chamberlain s pain Balm in my family for sore Throat and it has effected a speedy cure in every instance. I would not think of getting along in my Home without pain Balm also cures rheumatism sprains and bruises. For Sale at 25 and 00 cents per bottle by Blackstone a Beil Accomac mud w. Parker Onancock. There were three crows perched in a As Happy As crows could lie tree but the happiest of tie lot d be see Davis old Crown tobacco. Both old and Young its praises sing and joyously their dimes and Nickles to Bay old Crown tobacco bring. Come chewers alien and join the band and with the Happy chewers stand that Over this Broad land of the cry will be Chew old Crow tobacco. There was a drummer lad who walked the ice but Ore he takes another trip so Nice will have upon his Banner this Chew old Crow tobacco. Device notice�?1 forbid All persons from Hunting on my land with gun or dog either in my Woods or of my farm. Any ode caught will he prosecuted to the full extent of the Law. I. W. Bagwell. Notice oysters poultry eggs and game. Headquarters 118 produce Avenue returns made daily. Try us. Keith amp steel commission merchants Philadelphia a. Notice All persons indebted to me for store accounts Are respectfully requested to Settle same by december 10th. I Trust no further notice will be required As i wish to close my books by that time. W. Tull Wacelia Prague a. Lost about two Mouths ago. A Telescope full of shoes from my buggy. A suitable Reward will be paid for its return to me. John d. Johnson Parksley a. For Sale my Large dwelling House Aud lot of one Aud one half acres outbuildings Aud Large storehouse All situated on Sykes Island. The location of storehouse is the Best on the Island Aud a Man of push can do business amounting to $15,000 annually in same. Geo. W. Glenn. For Sale a mule 8 years old sound and Good worker cheap for Cash. I. We. Bagwell Onancock. During several years residence in the far West i had Many opportunities for observing tie wonderful effects of Chamberlain s Colic Cli Olera Aud diarrhoea remedy. Its Efficacy was demonstrated in tie alkaline regions where the water produces violent purging. It allayed tie attack when All other remedies failed. I repeatedly saw the greatest distress Aud diarrhoea cured in a few minutes. I used the remedy myself with the most satisfactory results and can recommend it for the complaints for which it is indicated. Y. Gilingham editor of the Republican Phoenixville a. This remedy is for Sale by Blackstone a Bell Accomac and w. Parker Onancock. For Sale boiler and engine of 50 horse Power in Good order cheap. C. S. Witham a bro., Belinda a. Continued on second Page Holiday us Christmas frs seats at a mob Timuri amp Pocomoke my.0 e Are pleased to announce that we Are ready for business _ a a with a rare assortment of Christmas gifts. Done to put it off too Long come Early to select your Holiday purchases the latest and choicest novelties will be the first to go. We shall look for you. We shall make you Welcome. We shall take pleasure in showing you our display of latest attractions for Christmas. We Are going to sell our goods in a generous spirit and give every cents Worth possible for the Money. We mention a few articles dinner sets Tea sets toilet sets. Sterling Silver plated Are jewelry. Watches clocks banquet lamps stand lamps Onyx tables pictures picture frames easels albums dressing cases toys books novelties table and pocket a utterly Carvers piaz ors and scissors. 0 we invite you to inspect our Large Stock of useful and ornamental gifts. Thanking our friends for past favors and soliciting your future patronage. We Are yours truly Lloyd Blaine amp co., druggists Pocomoke City my. we give no figures and offer no prizes. We give no prices because we can to show Quality in an advertisement and we offer no prizes because customers have them to for. But we have too Many capes and cloaks on hand and we propose to reduce our Stock before the season is Over even if we have to reduce our prices to accomplish this end and we extend this offer to you. We also have an immense Stock of i o t k i g. Dress goods and carpets which must be Cut Down and you will find it to your advantage providing you have anything to Purchase in these lines to come and see what we Are doing. Remember our line of furniture is on the second floor and ask to go through it and see our styles and prices while you Are in the store. Respectfully Ames shield amp co., = Onancock a. We Are now ready for an Active Campaign for fall and Winter business. We have worked hard Aud travelled from City to City to collect the handsomest line of dry goods carpets and furniture that we have Ever shown and at prices to suit tie present Low prices of our Farmers products. We cordially invite you to Call and see on new goods and prices. We mention below a few of the Many desirable goods we ofter for Cash. Stylish weave Cut and shapes in ladies and misses garments. Up to Date Well made Well fitting Well wearing wraps at or below the City prices. We have capes in cloth or Plush All prices from $2.50 to $18, jackets from $2 50 to $1s, child a jackets Long new markets from $1 to $10. It will you to see them before buying. We have a few last seasons Coats which we will sell at a very Low Price. Some big a jobs in misses jackets for school Wear. In buying our Stock of Coats we always Endeavor to select the newest in styles and Best in Quality to be had for the Money anywhere so that we feel Safe in saying that our customers will always find our Coats capes and wraps up to Date on Broadway or Chestnut Street As Well As in our own town6. Our prices in Many instances Are lower than m the larger cities. We buy for Cash have less expense than they in Many ways and can sell on a closer margin above manufacturers costs than the Large City and furniture departments. We buy 500 Yards at a time of a heavy cottage carpet Worth 25c and sell it at �0c a Yard. We but 1000 Yards of ingrain carpets one Grade Worth 30c and sell it at 25c. Ingrain carpets part Wool heavy goods Worth formerly Yoc we sell at 33,-. Extra All Wool ingrain Worth orc for Doc double extra All Wool ingrain Worth 75c for Goc. Brussels carpets lie and .i0c, to cruet velvets and body Brussels carpets at right prices. Moquet Hassocks soc each moquet and Smyrna rugs door mate Art squares in 1 to select from. Call and see them. 50 Rolls matting torn $3.i0 to $8.30 a Roll Worth much More trunks window shades Wall paper Stair rods a. Furniture department crowded with Good values at moderate prices. We guarantee Protection from High prices to those Contemp rating furnishing of houses or special rooms. Call and see us before you but. We hate tie goods Aud l prices As we buy for Cash and always of a Cash . Be Pocomoke City Ttorxtlon. Call and see the big bargains offered by a. G. Mears Wachapreague a. No one can afford to miss them no shrewd buyer will miss them just think of it with the largest and Best selected Stock of goods to be found in any country store in addition to these extremely Low prices is giving 2 pounds sugar with each Dollar spent in Cash in the following lines with ladies cloaks. Yes with ladies cloaks. With ready made clothing yes with ready made clothing. With shoes yes with shoes. With dry goods and notions except Cali Coes. Surely i can Haid y believe it is True i done to doubt it and neither will you scarcely believe it when you see it with your own eyes. Call and see for yourself Don t stay away any longer hundreds Are taking advantage of it Why not you Stock Complete in every department. Furniture hats Caps shoes stoves including the Sheet Iron Wood stove which is the town talk from $3.o0 to $7.o0, and everything Worth having. Thanking you kindly for your Liberal patronage in these Dull times i remain yours very respectfully a. G. Mears Wachapreague a p. , please Call and see our new line cloaks r. Amp g. And m. C. Corsets underwear Cotton and Woolen hosiery dress of oods shoes Etc., the lowest prices you Ever saw and in addition get two pounds sugar with every Dollar invested in Cash. Such bargains never before offered it is Only done to reduce our immense Stock want More Cash and less goods is the full explanation. A h mgt

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