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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Peninsula ? Enterprise John w. Edmonds. Editor owner. Too Oman court House a. \u25a0ntered at the Post office at Accomac 0. Fl.,. second class matter. Saturday april 10, 190d. The Confederate veterans of the Eastern Shore will be the honoured guests of the Jefferson Davis chapter United daughters of the confederacy at Accomac c. H., next monday the people of the old town will join the daughters in extending them a most cordial Welcome on the Day. Our Homes will be open to them As Well As the chapter room of the. Daughters in All the exercises of the Day they will find that All of us will Delight to Honor them contribute in any Way we can to their pleasure from the time they arrive until they return to their Homes. Welcome them of course everyone will who loved the cause for which they fought the Bright record they won for themselves As Confederate soldiers. Honor them we cannot do enough to show our appreciation for their deeds Oshei Oisin defense of the Southland. We can though on the Day set apart by the daughters on monday do something to perpetuate their deeds of valor to transmit them As a priceless heritage to their children their children s children in their name we invite every old Confederate on the Eastern Shore to be present on monday give us the Opportunity thus to Honor them. That the Payne Tariff Bill framed in a secret conclave of the republicans of the House upon which a final vote was taken yesterday is on of the great est frauds that a Congress has Ever at tempted to Force upon an intelligent people is daily becoming More evident. Many of its schedules Are outrageous in their disregard for the interest of the Consumers. Take for instance the mat ter of gloves what woman will say that gloves Are not a necessity under the present Dingley Tariff the Glove duties Are much too High far exceeding All difference in Cost of production Here abroad. But the Payne Bill pro Vides for an extraordinary increase in the duty on gloves used by women children of moderate Means. It is openly charged that this unwarranted increase in the duty on gloves is the outcome of a bargain made by Republican leaders with one littaur of new York state a Rich Glove manufacturer former member of Congress who has heretofore been mixed in grave Public scandals. Littaur was a Liberal contributor to the Republican Campaign fund in 1908. The Glove scheduler s not the Only outrage in the Payne Bill by a Long uni to o duty i ii fir quiver a Corbo which poor people Are compelled to use or go without any is increased 100 per cent while silk stockings which the Rich can afford to Wear do from Choice is increased not at All. These two items gloves Stock Ings affect every woman of moderate Means in the land protests Are being made in mass meetings held by them in Many cities of the country against the higher Tariff on these other articles of women s attire but they have no votes their protests will not be heeded. The Payne Bill though puts arsenic on the free list. Is it As a hint to them that in the event the Burden becomes too hard for them to Bear the thoughtful considerate makers of the Payne Bill have provided a cheap Means of exit for them from this cruel selfish world the Mckinley sophistry that cheap Coats make cheap men had great Vogue in 1896. Labor in Large numbers was deluded by the fable that if it voted to give the manufacturer a big Bonus the manufacturer would take care of labor. The same argument was used with telling effect in 1900and 1904. And again last year after hard times had dealt the country a fearful blow the old gag was repeated with a slight variation similar effect. The work Ingman was told last year that if he voted for Taf the closed Mills would re open Prosperity would surely come. If Taft was not elected the Mills would remain closed. Taft was elected now the deluded labourers Are told that if the Tariff makes any difference in the gains of the Rich employees poor half starved labor must stand it. Dividends will not be Cut but wages will. In Many Large industries reductions have already come. Labor is reaping the Reward of its political Folly. Virginians in the House voted tues Day As follows on the Tawney lumber amendment which provided for free rough lumber for it Hay Carlin an Jones. Against it Lamb Lassiter Maynard Saunders Glass and did not vote. He was not in the House. The Tawney amendment is not considered a Good test. Twenty nine democrats voted against it six of them North Carolina democrats on Forit. To provide monuments at the Graves of president John Tyler George Wythe the latter one of the signers of the declaration of Independence representative Lamb has introduced a Bill appropriating Sio too for the erection of a Monument in Hollywood cemetery Richmond where the body of president Tyler is buried is too for a Marker in St. Johns where Wythe is buried. Chairman j. Taylor Ellyson of the state democratic committee says he will Issue a Call for a meeting of the committee in Richmond the latter Parton this month. A Large volume of Busi Ness will be taken up at the meeting. Assessments for candidates will have to be fixed preparations made for the general Campaign before the nov Ember election. Richmond business men will hold a Public meeting on april 13 to create sentiment against the calling of a local option election. Good roads Heel nos. Hon. Chas. To Lassiter of Peters Burg Field worker of the Good Road association of Virginia spoke at. A comae Onancock Keller Hall Wood during the week hut owing Topdressing matters on the Western Shore he was unable to fill his appointment at Parksley. During the next fall or Winter he will visit the Shore again Hopes to meet the people at quite a number he was unable to reach this visit. His address at Accomac c. Another Points was exceedingly inter Esting instructive should have been heard by every mud Hauler on the Shore. It in quite impossible in a Short newspaper item to present even the Many chief Points of value which he made in favor of Good roads to say nothing of other Good ideas which were suggested in his remarks. He was listened to attentively by quite a Good crowd at Accomac 0. And Onancock but owing to the exceeding Good work weather keeping our Farmers at Home the attendance at the other Points were not so seventy five persons joined the association at these meetings committee of ten prominent Road enthusiasts from each District were appointed to solicit other members. Membership of one Dollar is required this sum goes to maintain the Good roads working Force throughout Testate. The people seem to be in Earnest in their determination to Start Road improvement in this state it now seems that this movement will soon grow into such an irresistible Force that even our most timid or obstinate officials will feel safer in moving with it than against it. Anti Saloon league program. Program of the eighth annual convention of Thea Comack count anti Saloon league to be held at Onley,., tuesday morning afternoon evening april 13th, 1909. Program. Morning session. 10 a. M.?devotional exercises Rev. J. Green. 10 15-president s address a. Wal ter Mapp. 10 45?report of committee on Agi tation Rev. Charles Friend l. . ? 11 00?report of committee on Lawand enforcement Rev. J. Hosier Spencer f. Rogers.11 15?report of committee on legislation Rev. G. Clayton Johnl. Rayfield. 11 30?address?Rev. J. Mcallis ter. Miscellaneous business. Lunch will be served by the Baptist Church for a reasonable sum an the delegates Are requested to Patro Nize this Enterprise. Afternoon session. 2 30 p. M.?devotional exercises Rev w. E. Warren. 2 4s?report of nominating com Mittee. J3 of echoes from the state convention Rev. J. W. Stiff Rev. R. . 3 3o?what local option has Don for Chincoteague Island. T. J. Sav age Atlantic District w. J. Gibb me Tompkin District Rev. Vav. J Lee District j. Fletcher Pungoteague District w. J. Rue. J4 00 p. M.?address?Rev. Walter Rhodes. Recess until 7 30 p. Evening session. J7 30 p. M.?devotional exercises Rev. J. A. Cornick. B of address Rev. J. Mcalis ter. Address judge we. business resold 1tions. We wish to make this convention a \u25a0memorable one every pastor i requested to be present urge his people to attend. J Walter Rhodes president Secretary. Drama at Melfa. The drama Phillis s inheritance or a fight for a Fortune will be rendered at the new Hall Melfa easter monday april 12th. This promises to be one of the most entertaining dramas Ever played in this Are fifteen characters six gentlemen nine ladies All Well Selec ted Able to play their change from India to Paris new York showing woman s strategy Good humor wit Man s blindness willingness to be led on by woman s Beauty. Any one desiring to see a Good clean play cannot afford to miss this one As everything promises to be up to Date with a Beautiful stage an scenery. Doors open at 7 30 p. admission 25 cuts reserved seats 35cents, children Between five an twelve years old 15 cents under five free. Refreshments will be served before after the play. Committee. Local Exchange meetings. By order of the Board of directors of the Eastern Shore of Virginia pro Duce Exchange All local divisions of s Iid Exchange will meet at their respective Points on saturday april17th, at 3 o clock p. M., for the Pur pose of ascertaining reporting tothe general office the number of barrels of seed Irish potatoes which the desire the Exchange to Purchase for them for another season. A. J. Mcmath Secretary treas. Entertainment at Parksley. There will be an entertainment at Hopkin s Hall on Friday april 10th.,beginning at eight o clock. The pro gramme will consist of dramas farces vocal solos recitations. Every body is promised a Good time. Admission adults 25 cents children 15cents reserved seats 35 cents. Proceeds for Benefit of Zion school. See the style Model Quality four suits they will please you. J. S. Mills. Black peas for Sale Quantity limited Price right. Hallwood feed & Supply co. All the pathways you know like roads to Rome take you to our. Store so you Only have to follow the Well beaten Trail of Economy it will bring you Here at Pate & Mason s. Before buying your Spring suit Gator shoes you owe it to yourself to look through our line our Colori Gsand styles Are the v6ry Best. R. L. Shield & co. Full line of matting in Fibre Chin japanese Wall paper furniture,&c., at a. G. Mears. Wachapreague. Hopkins & Bro. Are agents for the Well known celebrated Gold Eagle fertilizer for Sweet potatoes. Call on them if you want Early potatoes. Our tailor from Philadelphia willbe with us on april 16th 17th Totake your measure for an up to Date suit that will fit at reasonable prices. Bloxom bros., ? Mappsville a. Don t fail to see our late arrivals i furniture Art Square matting a. Pate & Mason. Business notices. Fajime for Sale my farm where Inow reside near Locustville. It swell adapted to the growth of both Sweet Irish potatoes. Possession Given january 1, 1910. ? Geo. E. , a. Notice this is to notify the Public that i have opened a hotel at Painter am prepared to accommodate boarders by Thra Day or month treasonable rates. Thanking the Public for past favors und solicit ing a continuance of same. Respectfully mrs. C. B. Johnson Painter a. For Sale two mules one horse mine prop cart double sell cheap As i have no use forsake. W. Roy Broughton. Onley a. Notice houses moved re paired new work done by the undersigned at any Points in Accomac Northampton by Day or at Tention Given to All Calls by letter or phone at my House. Jno. R. Outen & son contractors builders Onancock a. Wanted farm for share rent the owner to furnish All but labor. Address. Ts., Mak Emio Park a. For Sale Seine boat i feet on keel Seine 75 fathoms Long 140meshes deep. Can b 3 seen at my House near Accomac 0. 11 w. R. Rew. Notice having had six years experience with All the latest simple Melfor pulling stumps preparing new ground moving houses i no offer my services to the people of a Comack Northampton counties by Day or contract. Strict attention Given to All business. G. Gravenor Hue a. For Sale valuable tract of Timberon the land lately belonging to . Mason situate near Mocksville Melfa station. Apply to we. R. Young Onancock ., Orl. Floyd Nock attorney Accomac a. For Sale?3oo barrels of Corn. Apply to w. Nottingham Chesapeake. A. For Sale valuable tract of land containing 41 acres situated in two Miles of Pih Neys wharf on Onancock Creek. Is very productive. Has a Lin water front Oyster Shore. The building is Good with All necessary outbuildings apply to Oswald c. Mason Onley .March 10, 1909. Notice after january 1, 1909, my Mill will Only be open to tie Public the last three Days of the , Friday saturday until further notice. J. 11. Jones Temperanceville a. Card to the merchants. I James b. Lingo merchant of Pungoteague have secured the Agency for the counties of Accomac an Northampton for the Sale to the merchants of the above named coun ties of the following indispensable remedies especially for horses red White Blue the greatest Condi tion horse powder on the Market a trial will be most convincing. I also sell to the merchants Craft s world cough cur 1 1 also Seil Recomb mended used by All the leading horsemen of the country. All orders\u25a0 received from merchants will have our most careful prompt tion receive our highest appreciation. Write to me for prices address James b. Lingo Pungoteague a. We carry the largest Lin of base Ball goods Ever Shonon the Shore also have baseball suits made. J. S. Mills. For Sale. Just received for Cash or a four months note a Good style Road horse1,000 lbs about 8 years old 850 1b7 year old Mare family broke 1,000lb. 6 year old Mare family broke we Are still conducting the whole Sale grocery ground feed Hay & It e buy cheap As other Sand can save you the difference i freight on some lines. Harry t. White & son wholesale grocers brokers & mfr s. Agents Mckemie Fark a. Notice to the Public. We have the Agency of Perdue Gunby for Sale of Road carts double single farm wagons delivery wagons spindle wagons Dayton surveys Phaeton All kinds of har Ness a. We guarantee satisfaction in Quality prices will take pleasure at All times in assisting purchasers inputting vehicles together. Thanking our friends in Advance for their patronage respectfully Eichelberger & Nock Tasley a. Looking for business for water works of kind either wind Mill outfit or gasoline engine outfit with air compression tank Orang kind you May desire. Also gasoline engine with fee Mill Cut off table for Swainsr an grinding your own stuff prices terms right work guaranteed All put into your hands. Appl3 to w. 3. Of Shook Hallwood ., or his local agents whose in Mes will appear later. Spring summer of Willir Peg. We have just opened out a ver Complete up to Date line of selected with great care inv Teall our old patrons others to Calland inspect same. It has been our pleasure in the Pashto try to suit those who favor us wit their patronage we believe Pecan serve them this season in a Satis factory manner. Yours respectfully misses m. And l e. Doughty Haven a. Spring millinery i have returned from Baltimore an Philadelphia with a full up to Date line of Spring millinery including a Fine line of pattern hats collars Bells &c., will have my opening on tuesday wednesday March 30th 31st. A first class trimmer has been engaged will assist me in serving my patrons. I believe i can please you. Your patronage solicited. Miss s. Matthews Parksley a. Spring is Here with its Sunshine Flowers we Are just Home from the North Ern cities with the latest novelties in will winery notions extend to you All a cordial invitation to come examine our goods. Thanking you for past favors we solicit a continuance of the same opening Days april is 2d, 3d. Mrs. E. A. , a. Millinery. Having purchased the Stock of Mil livery goods Good will of mrs. Lewis of Parksley i have opened up one of the largest lines of millinery goods that has Ever been shown in this town. Having secured one of the Best most experienced trimmers thac Lias Ever been on the Shore 11invite the Public to come in in aspect her work. While we have opened up doing \u25a0business at the old stand our grand 1opening will be on tuesday an wednesday March 30th 31st. Don t fail to see the grand display on the last two Days in March. / miss l. Delia Phillips Parksley a. J millinery notions. 11l. ? ? i a Bave ust. Returned from Balti More new York with a full line of Spring Bummer millinery notions my opening Days will be thurs Day Friday april is 2nd. You Are invited to Call inspect my oods before buying elsewhere also to compare prices. Thanking you for past favors soliciting continuance of same i remain yours respectfully mrs. C. Byrd Keller a. Our Spring millinery opening will be held on i thursday Friday april is 2d. We will have on exhibition a very Beautiful line of the latest millinery novelties including an Gnu Ual num-\u25a0ber of Spring summer models. Your display will also include Many Beautiful hats which can be offered our customers at from $500 to Sis 00. We make a special feature of medium priced hats our assortment j is very extensive. A cordial invitation to visit our opening is extended to you. Mrs. J. Beachboard Onley a. Spring summer i have returned from the citie3 Withan unusual pretty line of Spring summer millinery will have the same open for the inspection of old new customers on thursday Friday april is 2d. The line in variety Quality insufficient to enable me to meet the wants of All at satisfactory prices. All Are cordially invited to Galfand examine my Stock. Mrs. B. R. Broughton Onancock a. Millinery notions. I Home again from the cities with a full line of up to Date Mulinary notions including pattern hats of Best shapes qualities my opening Dav swill be thursday Friday april is 2d. A first class Milliner from the City vill assist me in serving my Custo mers. Very respectfully mrs. Mary Finley Mears Bloxom a. Proposals for dredging oot building of Road. Sealed bids will be rec lived by the Board of supervisors of Accomac county up to 12 o clock noon May "3rd., 1909, for the widening to 30 feet raising 2 feet above its present level 1,000 Yards Road leading from Saxis Island to the Mainland of\u25a0 Accomac county Virginia. The Board of supervisors reserves the right to reject any or All bids. I for Furtner information apply to i we. L. Nook chairman Board of supervisors Temperanceville a. For Sale. New second hand Iron safes at the lowest of will pay the Railroad fare of anyone coming to Norfolk to examine our Stock who Duys a Safe from us. The Grandy jobbing co., inc., general agents for the r. L. Barnes Safe lock co., of Richmond ., the diebold Safe & lock co., of Canton 0., 161 water St., Norfolk a notice citation. Virginia in Accomac circuit court clerk office onthe3rd Day of april a.d., 1909.i the Commonweal Hof Virginia. Plaintiff against Batteau of unknown name employed by e. , a non resident in unlawfully crabbing Inthis state. a information. Notice is hereby Given that. James Turlington attorney for the Commonwealth in the circuit court for the said county did on the 20th Day of March a. D.,1909, file in the clerk s office of the said circuit court an information in the name of the Commonwealth of Virginia against the said Batteau alleging that on the 18th Day of August. A. D.,1908, a certain in foot Batteau of unknown name was seized by the Captain Crew of our oys ter police boats of the state of Virginia As forfeited to the state of Virginia. In that the Sai Batteau was found on the said 18th Day of a gust a. D., 1908, employed by a certain e. , a non resident of Testate of Virginia i taking catching crabs on the crabbing round in Tyler s Creek Virginia about seven eighths of a mile South of the line Between the states of Maryland Virginia in the Waters of this state within the jurisdiction of said court. And praying that the said Batteau to Gether with her tackle apparel anchors cables, condemned a forfeited to the Commonwealth be sold the proceeds of Sale be disposed of Accord ing to Law All persons concerned in interest be cited to appear show cause Why said property should note condemned sold to enforce the said forfeiture i that upon the filing of the said Informa--1 tion As aforesaid the clerk of the said Courti forthwith issued a warrant directed to the sheriff of the said county of Accomac com manding him to take the said property into dispossession hold the same stye it to further proceedings in the cause which said War rant has this Day been returned witha report to the clerk in writing thereon asfollows1909, March 36th, by virtue of this warrant have this Day taken into my custody the la foot Batteau. Of unknown named within together with her tackle apparel Anchor sails Cable appurtenances hold the Sam subject to the order of the circuit court of acco Mack county. Lee b. Lellam sheriff. Therefore All persons concerned in interest Are hereby cited to appear on the first Day of the june term next of the said circuit court for Accomac county at the courthouse of the said county show cause Why the prayer of the said information for condemnation Sale of said property to enforce the said forfeiture the proceeds of Sale disposed of according to Law be granted. Witness. John Grant clerk of the said court at the courthouse the3rd Day of april a d., 1909, in the 133rd year of the Commonwealth. John Grant c. 0. Jno. W. Duncan jeweler Onancock ., is offering an unusually Large Stock of watches clocks silverware jewel by diamonds a. Especial attention is invited to his Supply of wedding presents Don forget him when in need of spectacles. Ask your neighbor about his ability to properly fit you. Carriages. ? i carry the most Complete line of up to Date first class vehicles on the Shore. Ever buggy is guaranteed by each of the different factories who build them for me. Call examine them army place Over f. A. West hardware store. E. 0. F is. Onancock. A. Seeds of the highest Quality for the held Garden it will not pay you to Plant seeds of inferior Quality Plant Madison s seeds insure your crops. Write to Day for prices on peas. Beans. Corn potatoes. Onion sets. Clover. Cowpeas Soja Beans. Alfalfa. Timothy grass seeds. J. Madisonjr. Station f. Baltimore my. Wanted two Good men. One in upper one in lower Accomac county to assist us in hand Ling Selling Ford automobiles. The Ford motor co. Gives a smaller commission or discount to its representatives than any other makers we know not More than one third As much As some makers allow but this is Only one feature of their general fixed policy to place their cars in the hands of the user at the lowest possible Price for such a machine but to offset your Small discount you have in the Ford Model $850.00 touring car one which is the equal not Only of any car of like Price but of double the Price considering comparing ail Points of excellence. Power Speed strength durability performance control appearance material workmanship these qualities apply As Well to the Model 190$,runabout, roadster Coupe Landau let toxin car. We want me whose Good character Good judgment Are recognized in their communities with the stated advantages Given you. You have Only to let the Public know what you have to offer if they want an automobile the must in their own interest buy yours. If you cannot sell these cars you cannot sell anything for automobiles Are going to sell this season. Behave the sole Agency for the county of of Comac May work in North Ampton until unless the Ford company decides to establish an Agency for that county. Onancock automobile co., Jno. W. Duncan general manager. Easter millinery. Can Iipp j l in easter hat to Delight every taste at a most reason of Able Price. Our showing of Beautiful pattern hats embraces All the fascinating a Lbw of cycles co ors trimming effects includes perfectly becoming Shapez for every face. You can choose one of these stunning models or i i you prefer our rail line b will trim a Haft to your order in any special style you May specify a in either Case we assure you the greatest possible value in style Beauty an Quality at a modest Price. I n you la be better pleased in every Way with your easter hat if you let us furnish it. Dress material. Easter ? spa showings of dress goods. Spring stocks in our garment Section bilks trimmings Are splendidly will meet every requirement both As to Complete Combine Good Quality style Price to an exceptional degree. Tailored suits Are shown in a com those who wish to select materials for plete variety of smart new styles easter garments where Choice is widest fashionable colors at 812 to $25and values greatest should not fail to separate skirts in dress walk see these stocks. Ing styles at $4 to $7. Shoes oxfords. Home furnishings. Our great new stocks of Dressy shoes. Our Mammoth second floor Den Artand oxfords for women misses ment is fairly brimming Over with in children offer splendid selection for the nature carpets matting Etc Peaster footwear problem. The Assort were Nevers Well prepared Tofill Serin ment is the most Complete we have Ever needs in these lines. If not convern shown at any specified Price we to pay Cash you can take advantage of can give you More of Quality style Liberal easy payment plan to buy any Comfort than the same Money will buy thing m these stocks. Prices in Piffat any other store in town. Case lowest. Leatherbury Belote who allows easter to pass by without a thought of clothing is lost. Thab May be Puttin it to forcefully. A turn any rat8 Che yous easter tide is the season when men litre touches to their Raim to generally easter Means a new suit a kill a Fader if such is your intention we invite you personally to attend our showing of Fine exclusive easter suits. They constitute without any sex m caption the finest display in the City. \u25a0 each garment suit or overcoat contain style originality smoothness of finish ele � u a Arr assortment of\u25a0v fish styles patterns sizes that you will have no i jul e have surpassed even our own Best Effort Job w the a pfc in ?i8 tempting attractivj9 easier display while the designs Arm gorgeous unusual you will find that l the prices Are Well within your reach. I. Merrill Price Pocomoke City my. New second hand automobiles. We have new automobiles from shoo to s3ooo. K this new 5 passenger rambler touring car for $1,350. Has22 horse Power we guarantee it to3 take your roads or no Sale. Let us show it to l we have second hand machines of All makes. These machines have been taken in Exchange on new Ramblers have been thoroughly overhauled Are guaranteed by our second hand cars Range in Price from $250 to $1, 00, include reos maxwells ram a Biers Buick a Fords Peerless White Steamer

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