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19 Jun 1918

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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Pen inst Lai a Enterprise John w. Edmonds editor and owner. A009ma0 court House a. Entered at. The Post office at Accomac c. va., As second class matter saturday. April 10. 1909. Local news. Will be after 3 an Oyster supper will be served under the auspices of members of st. Thomas methodist Church near Guilford easter monday april 12th. The drama Topsy Turvy will be rendered at Keller Friday evening april 9th. Admission 25 and 15 cents. Proceeds to Benefit the Church. There will be an Oyster supper at Woodbury methodist Church easter monday april 12th, 5 p. Proceeds for the Benefit of the Church. Or. A. G. Ayres of Thurmond West va., was Home on a Short visit this week to his Mother mrs. Sarah Ayres and other relatives and friends. The pupils of Wachapreague High school will present the drama a on the Little big Horn a at the school building thursday april 15th., 1909. The Independent order of Odd Fellows of Keller we Are requested to say will meet hereafter on the first and third thursdays of each month. Easter services will be held in the Baptist Church at Atlantic monday night. Ice Cream and cake for Sale in the afternoon of clock. A the Board of supervisors meet next wednesday it is understood to consider the jail question when the matter of location will be definitely settled. The schools of Lee District close Friday april i and the teachers Are a requested to Send their term report to superintendent Joynes and registers to e. T. Koenig clerk. Mrs. Laura Duncan and miss Margaret Lilliston returned thursday to their Home at Accomac c. From a visit of several weeks to friends in new York and Brooklyn. Rev. Terry will preach at Harborton Baptist Church on sunday april 11th, 11 a. M., and at hollies at 3 p. Of that Day. All members Are requested to be present. Or. Gilbert t. Means through his agent or. John s. Tyler sold his farm of 90 acres situated near Unley this week to or. Geo s. Crockett of Accomac c. H., for the sum of $0,00u. Mrs. Thomas Mckeen of Quinby died of peritonitis in Hospital m Norfolk last week. Her remains were brought Home on saturday and interred in cemetery at Smiths Chapel on sunday. Or. G. Walter Mapp a prominent member of Accomac bar Lias been named by governor Swanson As one of the delegates to the National peace Congress which meets in Chicago May 3 to 5. All voters who desire to participate either in the primary election for the nomination of our democratic candidates for state offices or in the Gen eral election next fall must pay their poli taxes on or Belore May 1.or Oaks Quot Lxi a county will be a graduate of the United states College of veterinary surgeons Washington d. C., at the commencement exercises to be held on thursday evening april 15th, 1999. Or. Adolph Koenig of Accomac c. H., in descending from the Hay loft on a Block and Cable on tuesday of this week had his lower lip divided and nearly torn off by striking the Hook on the Cable. The wound Yva an ugly and painful one but it received the immediate attention of or. Ayres and a slightly disfigured he win soon be out again. Judge we. Mann candidate for the democratic nomination for governor will deliver addresses Metore county convention of the anti Saloon league of Accomac county at Onley on the afternoon and evening of tuesday april 13th, 1909. will also address Che voters of Chincoteague wednesday night 14th., and of Park Sley thursday night 15th. Very valuable real estate of miss Margaret procon known As a Groton farm a situated on Road from Daugherty to Locustville containing 86 acres will be sold at Public auction by u. Walter a her agent at Onley station on saturday april 24th, 3 p. The resources on same for trucking purposes Are abundant. For Lull particulars see posters. Crosses of Honor will be conferred and a reception Given to Confederate veterans by Jefferson Davis chapter u. D. C., Accomac o. H., monday april 12th. Invitations have been issued to ninety eight of them and arrangements have been made to entertain in the Homes of the people of the town All who cannot or do not wish to return to their Homes until next Day. According to reports received from Many parts of the Eastern Shore especially in lower Mccornac and Northampton hundreds of barrels of Insu potatoes planted this season have rotted in the ground with losses to our truckers in seed and fertilizers too great to be estimated. Very Many have lost in this Way two or three Hundred dollars and the loss to some will be from $500 to $1,000. Neighbourhood notes. Nanc orc. Or. John s. Waples spent the week in Baltimore. Amp it. Berry Crockett of Tangier was in town wednesday. Mrs. Ernest i. Nock has been visiting relatives near mapp3ville. The Oyster Steamer Accomac capt. Hudgins was in port sunday. Mrs. John m. Watson and Little son have returned from a visit to Poco Moke City. Miss Susan fit Cliett of late the guest of her sister mrs. Q. L. Fosque left tuesday for Cape Charles. Rev. And mrs. Walter Rhodes returned this morning from a visit of several Days to Baltimore. Mrs. Sallie w. Horsey and miss m. Louise trader of Oak Hall Are at the Home of or. E. R. Leatherbury. Miss Sadie e. Fletcher returned tuesday from a visit of two months to relatives in Norfolk and Hampton. Or. Parker has opened a scouring and pressing establishment on main st., opposite the Post office. Malta commander will have their easter services and Sermon at the episcopal Church tomorrow at 2 30 p. Miss Rose a. Bloxom a Pupil of the High school was called to her Home in Bloxom tuesday by the death of her brother William. Or. U. F. Parks has bought an ice plan. And the contract Calls for its prompt establishment. It will be operated in connection with his Mill and electric Plant. The music class of miss Margaret n. Grot of gave a recital at Lier residence Friday afternoon. Quite a number were present and the occasion an enjoy Able one. Rev George e. Wood pastor of the m. E Church occupied Bis pulpit sunday last for the first time. His family have since arrived and Are now at the parsonage. Fire tuesday in the Woods of or. Sydney j. Hopkins and of or . K. Beauchamp destroyed a lot of Cord Wood and did other damage before it was gotten under control. Services were held episcopal Church Good Friday at 11 a. Tomorrow there will be Early communion at eight of clock and the usual service and Sermon at eleven. The e. Chapter daughters of the revolution met at the Home of mrs. Tully w. Parker tuesday. An interesting paper on Pennsylvania by mrs. We. Doughty was read and the usual routine business transacted. Belle Haven. Miss Edna Willis is on the sick list. Or. E. A Morley has returned from Wilmington where he has been with his daughter who was critically ill. Or. We. Mapp had the misfortune to get one of his Best tenant houses burned 011 wednesday about 9 of clock in the morning. The Young men of the �?o42 club entertained its members at the ice Cream parlor of the Belle Haven bakery on tuesday evening. Mrs. Morley had the tables beautifully decorated and piled High with delicious refreshments Cream fruits nuts and Many of the Best things known to the bakery a skill. The club consists of 25 members All Domino players Viz misses Laura a Mapp Linda Ayers Katheryn Savage Ida Ames Mary Kellam Kitty and Sudie stewarts la Margaret Walkley Edna Willis mrs. John Mears or. And mrs. B. F. Watkins or. And mrs. B. P. Kelley or. And mrs. G. Emmett drs. Wise Smith and s. Sydney be Lam messes m. West Healy p. B. Rue s. Mapp Harry Johnson t. Mapp Edward Willis f. G. Mapp. Chincoteague. Or John Lewis and family have moved to Oyster a a. Mrs. John Tindle and Ohil Dvon of Accomac c. H., arc visiting friends Here. The Whealton Oyster co. Has sold their Schooner s. B. Summers to parties in Connecticut Rev. K. Smith accompanied by or. Lewis Cherricks attended conference in Baltimore last week. Or. Richard Reynolds one of our oldest citizens says Madame Rumor is on a matrimonial trip to the Quaker City. In the first game of base Ball Here this season Between Atlantic and Chincoteague the former won by score of 13 to 3. Or George Abbott Barber of this place has sold his outfit to or. Asher Holsten and will move to Atlantic City to open shop there. More sturgeons already have been caught Here this season than were last year. One of the catch of or. Henry Bishop weighed 360 lbs. And netted him $165. In the first Livorse race of the season Here last week Between major owned by or. N. S Smith and West Eddie capt. Bunting o Yuer the former won in first two heats. Or. E. Matthews is in new York City looking up a tourist automobile to convey passengers from new Church to Franklin City and from thence by his launch to Chincoteague. Schooner Mary e. Ii arty which went ashore on the Beach in Toms Cove on Friday of last week would have been wrecked but for assistance rendered by ass Teague Lite saving Crew. They worked ail night and succeeded in floating her. Arrivals at Atlantic hotel this week m. E. Selby. A c. Hall miss Mauie a Shoul be Moore. Philadelphia Allen e. Selby s. A. Bowen . , Wilmington a. E. Barnes w. E. Fox or. And mrs. Ii. Lang Ham show Hill d. Collins Mil Ford Quillen Berlin m. Turner Salisbury n. Vav. Vav site Milton a. B. Joynes g. Boyer d. R. Lewis. Northampton m. Wescott g. Gillespie w. Pruitt jr., g. Tull Accomac. Quot a. A a a m a a a mls a a a a a a a a a Parksley. J Harborton. Mrs. T. I. Kent is on a visit with i or. D. Adams is confined to the friends at Salisbury. House by a slight attack of la . T. P. Russell made a Short trip 1 quite a lot of painting is going on penile Hailwood. . Nock and mrs. . Hitchens Are still on the sick list. Or. F. F. Harmon of Melfa spent a few Days Here last week visiting or. And mrs. G. Hatton or. James w. Broughton left this week for Baltimore to look after matters in connection with his business. Exmore. Miss Helen Mapp is on the sick list this week. Id is reported that we Are to have a dentist soon. Or. R. T. Gladstone has moved in his new residence on Bank Street. Mrs. A. Smith is in new York City visiting her daughter mrs. Emmons. _ or. West has sold his fast pacing horse closer record 2 35 four wheels. A dancing class has been organized at this place with enrolment of fifteen members. Or. Robins of the firm of Lewis amp Robins is in the Northern cities purchasing Spring goods. Our new Railroad superintendent or. Lee stopped in this town wed tuesday and found everything in order. Our town will soon have a drug store James h. Ashby a graduate of the University College of Medicine will be manager. Or. West has resigned his position As assistant cashier in this Bank to accept a higher position in Philadelphia much to the regret of his Many friends. Or. To t. Broughton of Onley spent a few Days Here this week visiting his brother or. James . Broughton. Or. John w. Taylor left last week for Chicago and other Western cities to look after interests pertaining to his Cannery. Hailwood school closed Friday april 2d, term of 61 months. Or. Brockley the principal now has a private school t or. Levin t. Ross who has been confined to his bed for the past two weeks by severe illness we Are glad to report is slowly improving. Our hustling Barber or. B. Godwin is having his shop rebuilt with the intention of opening a first class Barber shop printing office and Oyster Saloon in season. Or Geo. Gillespie past grand of our Lodge i. Jf., has been appointed represent our Lodge at Venes in Bristol on the 11th and 12th of May. Or. G. Sterling our Well known horse dealer while in Baltimore last week for purpose of purchasing horses found it necessary to consult the doctors of Johns Hopkins Hospital concerning his hand which has been troubling him very much of late. Our Lodge of Independent order Odd Fellows which was organized last june and since has been progressing finely will hold a Public Celebration of the Ninetieth anniversary of the founding of the order in America on the night of april 26th, at 8 of clock Able and interesting addresses will be made by persons Well versed in Odd Fellowship. Public cordially invited. To Salisbury a few Days ago. Or. Jobu Dennis is building a barrel factory in the upper part of the town. Mrs. Rew and mrs. E. Causey Are spending the week in Baltimore. Mrs. Gordy and children of Snow Hill Are Here with her parents or and mrs. John Dennis. A sneak thief entered the Home of or. T. I. Kent some time last week and stole a Good suit of clothes and several other articles. Or. And mrs. U. Paul Platt Are on a trip to Philadelphia and Hazleton a. Mrs. Platt will remain several weeks visiting friends there. Or. G. R. Sledge committee on ritual of american funeral Benefit association and or. Roy d. White Delegate from Parksley Council or. O u. A. Mechanics Are in attendance at the Aniual meeting being held at Atlantic City n. J., this week. Rev. Ii. S Johnson pastor and Harry a. Lewos Delegate and Rev. G. Glayton pastor and h. T. Mason Delegate of the Leemont and Parksley circuits Are in attendance at the Maryland annual conference of the m. P. Church Baltimore. Each charge is very anxious for the return of the same pastors for another year. Mrs. Grace Matthews wife of or. Dorsey Matthews died at her Home of deep Creek Friday 2nd insfc., of typhoid fever aged 28 years. Funeral services were held Over her remains at Grant memorial Church sunday afternoon by Rev. Johnson her pastor and interment made in Liberty cemetery Here. She was a consistent Christian lady and highly esteemed by All who knew her from childhood. Her husband and two Small children survive her. Wachapreague. We Are 9orry to report that or. Geo. 0. Tull is quite sick at this writing. Mrs. John r. Brittingham and daughter Agnes Are visiting relatives at Harborton. A or. Auders. 0. Foote and daughter Miriam Are spending the week with relatives in town. Or. Geo. F. Nock who has been in Palm Beach fla., for the past three months has returned Home. The Wachapreague chapter no. 16, o. E. S., met in the masonic Hall March 5th with Good attendance. The officers of the next year were installed and were prese Utec with their badges. Pupils of the High school will give a drama entitled a on the Little big Horn a on thursday evening april 15th, in the main Hall. It i9 for the Benefit of the school and a Large attendance is expected. Any High school base Ball team wishing to play us on our Diamond will please notify prof. Johnson manager of Wachapreague High school team. We Are willing to meet any team on the Shore. Or. Brittingham 7th Man in Popes Island life saving station returned Home on april 2nd., his term being up for this Spring. On the following Day he left for a trip to the West indies. The trip will require about a month As he will go by boat from Baltimore. Keller. Or. L. Hyslup is much improved at this writing having had a narrow escape from pneumonia. Mrs. F. Dickey of Summit ave. New York is visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. G. T. Hyslup the new Home of or. T. G. Hickman is fast nearing completion and very much admired by those who see it. On Friday evening april 9th, the drama Topsy Turvy will be rendered at the new Church for Benefit of the same. Doors open at 7 of clock. After an absence of five weeks at the Jefferson Hospital. Pa., mrs. Cooper has returned much improved in health to the Delight of her Many friends. Rev. Or. Day pastor of Keller charge recently operated on at Sarah Leigh Hospital Norfolk had recovered sufficiently to be present sunday at both churches to the Delight of his Many friends. An illustrated lecture by Rev. T. N. Lawrence of Oak Hall will be Given in the town Hall of Harborton 011 tuesday april 13th, 1909, beginning at 9 30 of clock or if weather is bail next night for the Benefit of st. Georges episcopal Guild. Special music by or. Belford Kellam of Frankie in. All Are cordially invited to attend. Admission 20 cents children 10 cents reserved seats 25 cents. Refreshments to be served. Hon. St. George Tucker candidate for the democratic nomination for governor addressed a Large assemblage of the voters at Parksley on saturday afternoon and at Accomac c. H., on monday. was liberally applauded at both places and received Many pledges of support while in the county. His friends claim Accomac for him and the supporters of judge Mann Are equally confident As to the result but the vote Between the two As Many now see it is so close that neither of them can be counted As a sure Winner. New advertisements in this Issue of interest to our readers Kellam amp Cropper automobiles j. E. Johnson a rambler garage and Supply co. 1 have just received several new s. Dickinson amp Sony millinery de. Shapes in j. G Stetson and Seal Brand apartment amp c. P. New hats from $3.00 to $5.00. A Tore at Parksley a. G. Mears or it Shield amp co. New goods h. T. White amp Bong a wholesale grocery amp. Proposals wanted for balding Road. Kom Saxis White and Vancy vests new Pat a gentlemen of experience will be at our store on april Loti representing one of the largest lines of tailor made suit houses in Philadelphia. This will be the last opening of the season. Done to fail to Call and have your measure taken at Pate amp masons. Full line of matting in Fibre China and japanese Wail paper furniture &c., at a. G. Mears. W Wachapreague. New Church. Miss Helen and Stella Phillips of Onley spent a few Days lately with or. And mrs. R. Phillips. Mrs. Kelley Rev. Or. Stocks Dale and wife Are attending Confer enee this week at Baltimore my. The ladies Aid society of the new Baptist Church met at the Home of mrs. Annie Nelson on wednesday last. The Corner Stone of the new Baptist Church in town will be Laid on the 4th of july. Full particulars Fri be Given later. Miss Eleanor Nelson Pupil at is ton High school came Home wednesday to spend easter with parents at thib place. Or. Calvin Harrington and wife of Harrington del., were guests of their aunt miss Sallie Jones on monday and tuesday last. Or f. A Covington and wife attended the Gold anniversary of their Cousin or. And mrs. Solomon Davis at Felton del., last week. _ mrs. I. F. Payne was called his week to Girdletree md., to the funeral of her Niece mrs. Mary Blades who died in Mappsville on monday. Or. Littleton j. Tull a worthy and highly respected citizen of this place proprietor of hotel Tull died last monday night after an illness of several weeks aged about 65 years. is survived by his wife and one son or. Clinton Tull. Jenkins Bridge. Mrs. T. Witham is on the sick list. Mrs. E. Oustis continues on sick list. Miss Nannie Lee White visited Parksley last week. Miss Lillie Hall arrived Home this week from a three months visit in Philadelphia. Miss Virginia Wyatt on popular schoolmistress has returned to her Home in Belle Haven after a pleasant Winters work Here Horntown. Or. Norman Shields is Home from Baltimore where he spent the Winter. A via a Daife Amor has it that wedding Bells will soon be ringing Here. Or. Levin More critically ill of late we Are glad to report is out again. Miss Vesta Gordy of Maple Lawn paid a visit to her father or. Gordy of Painter saturday. Mrs. Hawkins and mrs. Watkins of Campbell countyva., Are on a visit to their son and daughter or. And mrs. Watkins. Among the recent visitors in town were miss Emma Howard of Marylander. We. Hurley and family of Atlantic or. And mrs. Spencer Fletcher of Jenkins Bridge mrs. Lillian Nicholson of Painter air. And mrs. Sedgwick of Stockton my. Quite a Surprise awaited the people of town on monday morning in the formal announcement of the marriage of miss Lillian Virginia Berry the popular and accomplished daughter of mrs. L. T. Hickman and or. Cecil Riddick of Norfolk. The marriage was quietly performed in Elizabeth City n. C., 011 monday january 4, while mrs. Riddick was on a visit to her aunt in Norfolk. Mrs. Riddick has taught for several sessions with Success 011 this Shore in Southampton county and South Carolina. The Groom is popular in Norfolk society and in. Drug business in that City s. Riddick will leave in a few Days in her husband in Norfolk their re Home. Here. Tho firm of Adams amp have some Large contracts. Or. John Onoway of Bridgetown was in town last week visiting his brother or. Columbus Onoway. Rev. L. Williams of Richmond preached a very Able Sermon to a crowded Church last sunday night. Do not forget to come Down easter tuesday and in Jour yourself at the Hall. Particulars it another column. By in Mem Orlam. Rev. John w. Nicholson. Rev. John w. Nicholson who died at Pungoteague february 4th., 1909, after an illness of several weeks a a native of Warren county n. O., but for a Quarter of a Century had made his Home in Virginia. joined the Virginia conference of the methodist episcopal Church 1886, and had acceptably filled some of the most important circuits of the conference. Before entering the ministry he had been elected clerk of his county declining re election in order to study Law and had for a time been the editor of the Abingdon virginian or. Nicholson was a Man of great a the Sweet girl graduate will soon be among us and we can equip her from head to foot. Just what she wants at less than she expects to pay. Japonica Silks in All the Light shades 36 in. Wide at the engagement is announced by or. Nicholson was a Man of great _ _ or. And mrs. Columbus Conoway. Of Energy and threw his whole strength45c. Per yd., and 27 in. Wide their daughter Neta to or. Tim into the Effort to accomplish what j Smith of Cassiville marriage to take Ever he undertook. brought place in the Early to pass. Wherever he went churches and parsonage were built a Relief expel Tubu was sent out by the menhaden 01 and fish co., at the beginning of the week to carry supplies and provisions to two of their steamers ashore on the ind in Poco Moke sound. Or rebuilt and the work of the Church generally strengthened he was a Quot Good mixer a exceedingly popular with men and leaves a Host of friends j 011 the Eastern Shore where he seem i several years of his ministry. Or. John Mason a Well known and the funeral service which was held respected citizen of this town died at Pungoteague was conducted by at the Home of his sister mrs John j revs. Edwards d. Do. D. Sturgis 011 the night of april 5th, Crawley e. Jordan has. Friend As the result of a stroke of paralysis j and s. Otto Wright. Or. Nicholson funeral Syrmou was preached by the leaves a widow who was miss Lillian Rev. R. F. Staples in the Baptist Elmore of this county and the follow Church of which he was a member i ing children or. N. A. Nicholson of and ills body interred in the family lot in the episcopal churchyard at Pungoteague. Or. Mason will be greatly missed by Young and old As lie was i general favorite with All. All who knew him loved honoured and respected him and what is our loss is his gain for a More pious and upright Man never lived. Those who did not go to the entertainment Given by the faculty and pupils of the Harborton High school missed something at Onee unique and enjoyable. Tiie program consisted of fourteen numbers and was of such varied character As to suit ail tastes and was so excellently rendered As to deserve All the uus tinted Praise Given by those who saw heard and appreciated it. Never were the results of painstaking and persistent training better demonstrated and our faithful teachers cannot be too highly commended for their work in preparing the program and in seeing that it was artistically carried out. That the people turned out was evident when the receipts of the evening were counted. Gross $63 07, net $03.00. Onley. The new dwelling of or. Core is nearing completion. Jeannette Frances infant daughter of or. And mrs. Konnie Evans aged three months died of pneumonia last saturday. Or. And mrs. Chester Savage Are visiting her parents on Chincoteague mrs. James e. Davis has returned from a visit to her sister mrs. Taylor Hailwood. Col. Robert Catlett candidate for attorney general was in town this week the guest of or. Jeff d. Jacob. made Many friends while Here who will give him their support. Among recent visors to friends in town were mrs. Lillian she Peru of Norfolk miss jewel Dix of modes Koivu miss Eva Cmach of Quinby mrs. Rennie Stevenson of Cape Charles or. Ernest Taylor of East Ville. A. Mis. Catharine Watkinson a highly esteemed lady formerly of this county died sunday after a Longi Pluess at the Home of her daughter mrs. Dei trick Baltimore aged about 68 years. Her remains arrived Here on monday and after funeral services at the the Island to Mainland notice Aud Cita terns Aud All sizes which May add to it Ion Commonwealth Tyg Bateau pm your appearance. Played by e. A Tyler Eichelberger j. Mills a Nock carriages amp a. I Onancock a. We Are in receipt of a cargo of 5 Inch and 6 Inch Florida shingles also have Supply of Choice Locust posts. Prices reasonable. Rogers amp Bro., Finney a. Send for reaches official base Ball guide 10c. If by mail 18c. Mills Onancock a. Largest line of Negligee guaranteed after washing to and not the baby at Pate amp masons. Shirts fit you meth Guffim Church conducted by Rev Ltha flip a. D. Hosier were Laid to rest in Hollywood cemetery. Her husband or. James Watkinson Aud a daughter survive her. M., princes Anne county va., Bruj. John w. And miss Roberta. 0. Stanley p. Mears. Early on sunday morning March 28, 1909, the death Angel entered the Home of or. And mrs. L. D. Mears and gently bore away the spirit of their beloved son Stanley Paul aged fourteen years and eleven months. His Little hands Are folded his work on Earth is done his time with us is ended we know he dwells with god. His eyes Are closed forever his form is cold and stiff and to our hearts the sadness comes we have no Stanley now. Long we watched beside his bedside Oft we prayed he might be spared but god knew to was Best to take him we must submit to his will. Far above this world of sorrow far above this world of care where there is no pain or parting we Hope to meet our loved one there. The precious one from us has gone the voice we loved is stilled a chair is vacant in our Home which never can be filled. By his aunt Sadie. Children a suits in the popular patterns in Norfolk Blouse or Sailor size 3 to 17. Mills. I have secured a position with . Shield amp co. In their clothing and gents f irn Ishing department and will be glad to have my friends and old customers in to see me. Charlie Fitzgerald. Dress goods in the newest and swell est fabrics largest line of Silks we have Ever shown with trimmings to match at Pate amp masons. Hopkins amp Bro. Can Supply you with All kinds of Dennis Simmons Brand of shingles which Are the Best made. Write to us for estimates on doors Sash blinds Stair rails and All other kinds of building material hardware. Paint amp a. Stock Large prices Low or. R. D. L. Fletcher will be at acco Mao court h. The first Day of every county court to receive orders for at 35c. Per yd., suitable for class night dresses. Mull Batiste French lawns Wash chiffons persian lawns Princess Muslin French mousse line air line cloth and Organ Dies suitable for commencement dresses. A. Plants i Loving picture show. Coming coming. Return after an absence of four Yearb direct from new York City a. Plants High class pictorial travelogues motion pictures illustrated songs talks of travels in Distant lands among same being Africa. See big game the Gold mines and the Diamond Fields of the world and the country in general in Beautiful natural colors. Beautiful new moving pictures amp a. Note the route. Crisfield md., april 12th. Westover a a a a 13th. Onley va., a a 14th. Painter a a a a 15tb. Accomac a a a a 16th. Bloxom a a a a 17th. Tickets on Sale for Painter Date at g. T. Wescotte a store. Bloxom of my depot has been occupied and is a Yth Kig of Beauty. Or. A. Short made a business trip Toj Salisbury tuesday. Or. Joe Bloxom our popular sales Lan is in Baltimore this week. Mrs. Joe Bloxom is spending a few Days with her sister mrs. A. T. Hickman at Painter. Capt. Somers left on %7ew York express wednesday for Baltimore Hospital where he will undergo a serious operation. Mrs. Mattie Byrd and Little Niece Mattie have returned from Baltimore the latter much improved from an operation which was performed two weeks ago. The drama Brooksdale farm to be presented at shorts Hall monday night promises to be the most enjoyable of the season especially to the Young courting people. Ephraim and Lou will Tell How to make love in a Confederate Day at Accomac c. Crosses of Honor will be conferred by Jefferson Davis chapter United daughters of the confederacy upon Confederate Vecera is at Accomac court House monday april 12th exercises beginning promptly at p. A. Addresses will be made by judge William h. Mann Aud others. Confederate songs will be Sung. Publio cordially invited. No admission fee. A reception will be Given All Confederate veterans of the Eastern Bhore at the chapter rooms from 3 30 to 6 30 p. Accomac examination. State examinations for teachers will be held at ., in the High school building thursday Friday and saturday april 22nd, 23rd and 24th the summer examinations will be held thursday Friday and saturday july 29th, 30th Aud 31st. For coloured teachers at the school for coloured. Respectfully g. G. Joynes div. Supt. Of schools. E. Russell state examiner. Nalta commander fleeting. Dane Oharles ice and Luther on business notices. Lost on last saturday Between Onley drugstore and Accomac c. H., Gold ring with initials on it e. L. 0. Suitable Reward for its return to Ernest Colona. For Sale Onley Bank Stock. Apply to w. T. Broughton Onley a. Wanted position As a clerk in a general store can give Best of reference and have had about 12 years experience. Address b., care Enterprise. Notice All persons Are hereby forewarned against trespassing on my Oyster Beds by clamming or otherwise. A. G. Mears Wachapreague a. For Sale Soja Beans cheap for Cash. Hall Temperanceville a. Wanted a Good cow fresh to pail one which can be registered preferred. Liberal Price for one that will suit. W., care of Enterprise. Lots for Sale at Lecato station Oak Hall a. Jno. Parsons Accomac a. For Sale Little Stem Jersey potato seed very productive excellent for White cover also Poland China and 2 Berkshire males entitled to registry pure Biltmore Strain All Good individuals. R. Youni Onley my. Yva. Malta commander no. 24, knights Templar will celebrate easter of sunday april 11th, at 3 p. M., in the p. E. Church of Onancock. All sir ,.knights Are requested to report at Way which will be useful to the Bash 1 the Asylum at 2 30 p. In full uni Ful ones. Admission 15 and 25 cents j form. Or. William a. Bloxom a promis by order of the eminent Comman ing Young business Man former Casb-1 tier j. Duncan Captain Genier of Bank at this place died of eral e. Sir j. Van Pelt recorder. Tuberculosis at to become of his father or. John m. Bloxom after an illness of several months on tuesday aged about 22 years. was a devout base Ball suits gloves mitts bats member of Bethel Baptist Church and masks balls in fact anything in the highly esteemed by everyone who sporting line including Tennis balls knew him for his Many excellent and rackets. Traits of character. Black peas for Sale Quantity limited Price right. Hailwood feed amp Supply co. Mills Onancock a. Look to us for the new Spring styles in mens boys and childrens Sui s. We be never disappointed you in giving the latest and Best at the lowest prices Aud we wont do it now. Pate amp Mason. Full line of matting in Fibre China and japanese Wall paper furniture &c., at a. G. Mears. Wachapreague. Styles Aud prices on shoes and oxfords that will tickle your fancy and Surprise your greatest expectation at Pate amp masons see them. A a a a Quot a a it a go to Hopkins amp Bro. For All kinds walk Over shoes and oxfords to of Cypress lumber pickets Combina Siery to match and Stetson hats Are Rion and wire for fencing among our specialities. Mills Onancock a. Just received a cargo of Locust posts All sizes at right prices. Hopkins amp Bro., . For Sale Rhode Island red eggs single comb True to name Best for table use and Winter layers. Turlington fair Oaks. For Sale one incubator All Complete Good As new. Apply to l., care of Enterprise. For sale�?100 Home bred pigs Best Breeding. Thos. B. Scarburgh notice i have Lor Sale some Nice driving horses that have Speed also some Good farm horses and Brood mares that i bought in new York at the Madison Square Garden Sale. If you Are looking for Speed or farm horses Call and inspect my Stock at Ames farm. E. Ames. Notice houses moved by Day or contract at any Point in Accomac or n Northampton on reasonable terms by the undersigned. Prompt attention Given to All Calls by letter or phone at my Home. G. T. Groton Accomac a. Notice the business of Coleburn amp Edmonds having been closed out and the settlement of All the partnership business having been entrusted to me this is to give notice that All indebtedness to said firm must be promptly paid and i will be at Keller every saturday afternoon d. V., with the books of the firm for the purpose of collecting All debts due to and paying All just demands against said firm. N. B. Wescott. Hosiery ribbons handkerchiefs laces Swiss embroideries underwear with such an attractive array of White goods choosing is not so difficult As Many girls think. Come in and look through. Buy now if you Are ready if not Why the examination of them will be of assistance to you in making your selection when you Are ready. While in our store done to fail to visit our millinery department second floor above cloak room unusual preparations were made in this department for our easter opening now a thing of the past and the result was a Surprise to even those of our patrons who know what we have done and can do in the Way of magnificent displays of millinery. The Gap made in this department by the heavy sales of last week has been rapidly filled and the exhibit still continues and consists of everything desirable in All the models for Spring and summer of 1909. Every hat has an individuality of its own you need not fear to meet with duplicates on every Street Corner. Come to see 13s. We will appreciate a visit. Dickinson Pocomoke City a a Maryland. Son for new goods go to a. G. Mears. Latest weaves and patterns for 1909, consisting in part As follows Chiffon Batiste Sau toy Popli Netice mohair Panama suiting skirting crepe de luxe Windsor Plasse and heat Edbloom. Full line White goods Percale Gingham amp a. An up to Date line of notions such As ladies neckwear belts hair goods hosiery r. Amp g. Corsets amp a. In gents furnishing goods we have the latest colors. Hats both Straw and Felt. Neckwear shirts clothing walk Over shoes amp. A. G. Ctm ears Wachapreague a. F go amp is. Our buyer has returned from the cities with a full Stock of everything in Snappy smart styles. An invitation is especially extended to the ladies to visit our store and see our Large and elaborate Stock of merchandise. Belle Haven furniture co belie Haven. A. A great display of suits for easter. In fact our patterns will do credit on. Any occasion. No matter what Shade you want or Price you wish to pay you May rest assured that you Are getting the newest models and the Best values at our prices. We take great pains in fitting our customers and we guarantee the Wear the style the satisfaction. Mills Clothier and furnished Onancock a. Everyone of our departments Are running Over with the seasons newest and Best goods. A few Plain questions Are you going to buy a Spring suit Are you going to Wear the latest style Spring for Sale two car loads of extra hat going to get a pair of shoes Good horses and mules All sizes. Price want the very latest do you want and terms to suit the 6wellest thing in neckwear see j. T. Taylor jr., Pate amp masons new arrivals. Princess Anne my. Visit our dress goods and silk counter and you will be shown All the leading shades and fabrics Viz Wisteria old Rose new Blue reside and All the new shades in Chiffon taffeta Satin finish valour Chiffon Panom shouting and Etc. A Beautiful showing in Waist and suit Silks including a special number in Susine silk All shades and several patterns 27 in. Wide at 45c., a 50e. Value. Our line of trimmings is beyond questioning. Our clothing department is equipped with a larger and better assortment of individual patterns than we have Ever shown before. It is not by Accident our customers return to us season after season for their clothing. It is that extra viloc.,squirt dealing and Correct styles and colourings Are assured them. We can show you Over 1,000 patterns in our custom tailoring department. Ask anyone of on numerous customers about the exact fit we require be fore allowing a suit to leave us. Oxfords both mens and ladies Are now on display and represent twice the assortment we have Ever shown no matter what your taste we can Supply your wants. Arriving daily for men new hats shirts underwear hosiery neckwear Etc. R. L. Shield amp co

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