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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia I the Blackstone school for girls notice we now have a Large pile of dry Wood at our Mill and wishing to use the ground upon which it rests for other purposes have decided to make the following offer to the general Publio for the month of August Only this pile of Wood to be taken strictly As it comes for the Price of 25c per cart Load 50c per Wagon Load. Be sure to Send the Money for each Load of Wood and pay at the office As we cannot afford to charge Wood at this Price. Remember this Price is Only for month of August. Greenbush my log. Of. For rent for year 1912 a Nice three horse farm situated near Keller and Pungoteague. High land and Early All in trucks. Plenty of re sources. Apply to j. A. Mears agent or j. Jda Manson. For Sale an Alpine Safe outside Mea ferments 30 inches wide 40 inches High. Thoroughly repaired by Miller Safe work. No use for same. L. R. Doughty Onancock a. Notice All persons indebted to the estate of the late Henry l. Crocket deceased will have to make arrangements to Settle said indebtedness within the next thirty Days As i desire to Settle the estate As soon As possible. Warner Ames executor of Henry l. Crocket deceased. State Normal school Fredericksburg a All goods except groceries at Cost. John w. Edmonds editor and owner. Too Oman court House a. On account of ill health of senior partner advised by physician to get out of store we have decided to quit business and will sell All goods except groceries at Cost until Stock is disposed of. All kinds of produce taken same As Cash. To anyone desiring to enter the mercantile business we offer our entire Stock at almost their own Price. The storehouse we occupy is the old capt. Sam Davis stand and can be rented for one or a term of years. Taylor amp Jones Atlantic a. Sintered at the Post office at Accomac o. A. As beyond Clasa matter. Saturday August 19. 1911. The following report in the times Dis Patch of the proceedings of the democratic committee of governor Mann s county of Nottoway at the recent meeting called to make provision for a primary is sufficient to convince everyone even a former attorney general of Virginia if he was not one of the ring that there is ring Rule in Virginia politics Crewe va., August 9.�?a meeting of the democratic county committee was held at Nottoway yesterday and the question of whether republicans who pledged themselves to support the nominees of the Democrat a ticket should be allowed to vote was the occasion of much discussion. The committee was largely divided but it was finally carried that they should be allowed to vote. This seems to be the first time in Virginia that a democratic committee has undertaken by party action to let republicans participate in their party councils. The vote thus stood 17 to 12 in favor of the republicans. After this vote w. Jeffrey offered a typewritten list of judges and Derks for the primary at Crewe As county. Four members out of the five committeemen at Crewe precinct asked the privilege of nominating judges and clerks for All of the precincts As has been the custom heretofore. This request was voted Down. 1 the report shows too not Only that there is a ring in that county but exposes some of the methods by which they propose to strengthen it. In the same Way judges and clerks have been named in other counties by a the everyone in fact is a qualified voter with the machine that is willing to do the bidding of senators Martin and Swanson flood and r. E. Byrd known throughout the state As the Quot big four Quot that parcels out the offices in the state among those Only who speak the language of the tribe. Says the virginian Pilot what a the object is of letting republicans participate in a democratic nominating contest Jay be one thing or another neither legitimate. It May be to give the ring candidates the assistance of Republican votes or it May be to furnish a plausible explanation of a total vote larger than the democratic electorate would account for. If the vote should be incredibly larger in Nottoway at the forthcoming election it will not be for the first administration building. Supported by the state to prepare teachers for the Public schools. Site cover sixty acres on Maryes Heights overlooking the City. Beautiful High healthful. Attractive Grove of six or seven acres. Buildings and equipment new and modern. Large faculty of experienced experts. Broad courses in academic Industrial and professional branches. Graduates issued Virginia teachers certificates Good anywhere in the state. Tuition free to teachers. Expenses reduced to actual Cost first session opens september 26, 1911. For prospectus and information write e. Russell president Fredericksburg a. Notice we have for Sale 300 barrels of Corn on cab and three car loads of a. Wrenn amp songs buggies. bros., Mapps Burg a. For Sale a tract of Timber containing from 50 to 60 acres 2i to 3 Miles East of Legato station. Juo. S. Parsons atty., Accomac a. For rent for year 1912 storehouse at Horntown now occupied by or. J e. Gladding. Good stand for mercantile business. Apply to. W. L. Nock agent Temperanceville a. A for Sale five Hundred thousand 500,000 Cylinder sawed barrel Staves equalized and crazed and All kinds of building material. E Kelley new Church a. Doors windows. Blinds Cement Lime hair flooring ceiling facings siding or moulding of any kind if so write or phone Ashburn amp King they have a full line of everything thoroughly seasoned and ready for shipment. Your Trade solicited. Has since 1894 Given a thorough instruction under positively Christian influences at the lowest possible result it is to Day with its faculty of 32, a boarding patronage of 328, its student body of 400, and its Plant Worth 1140,000 the leading training school for girls in Virginia $150 pays All charges for the year including table Board room lights steam heat laundry medical attention physical culture and tuition in Al subjects except music and elocution. For catalogue and application Blank address Blackstone female Institute Blackstone a. Jas. Cannon jr., m. A. \ Thos. R. Reeves b. principals. A Well known Des Moines woman after suffering miserably for two Days from Bowel complaint was cured by one dose of chamberlains Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy. For Sale by All dealers. A for rent for year 1912 one half of the farm of which i now reside near Accomac o. H., in Good condition and with plenty of resources. Thomas Gardner Accomac a. Notice a dark Brindle cow Blind in left Eye Hab been on my premises in Joynes neck Kelly farm for several Days. Owner will please Call for her pay charges and take away. Jno. S. Davis. Grain Hay feed Westminster my Rev. T. Lewis d. D. La. A. T we Are Headquarters for land plaster poultry grit ground Oyster shells meat meal ground Bone Ohar Coa Alfalfa meal. An analysis by the Virginia democratic league of the signatures to the petition in favor of senator Martin published in the Richmond papers some weeks ago shows that of the total number who signed sixty Nice of a them were liquor dealers and that the name of no minister of the gospel appeared on the petition. The reason for the failure of the ministers to sign is not Given but other ministers have spoken in the matter who doubtless voice the sentiments of the most of them through the state and to the effect that in the fight against fhe machine of which or. Martin is the head that a moral Issue is involved unfavourable to the machine and they Are therefore against it the ministers of Richmond probably refused to sign the petition for the same reason. The analysis showing As it does that the liquor interests Are with a the machine of course causes no Surprise but is of interest in this instance As the machine of late has been making an Effort to show that it had no interest in liquor legislation. The analysis is Only another proof of the fact that the Bosses who control the machine have no scruples As to the methods to be used by them in deceiving the people. For Young men and Young women in separate departments. Location unexcelled 1,000 feet above the sea in the Highlands of Maryland. Pure air pure water charming scenery. Only an hours run from Baltimore. Equipment Complete. Twenty acre Campus modern buildings comfortable living accommodations laboratories Library gymnasium Power and heating Plant. Curriculum up to Date. Classical scientific historical and pedagogical courses leading to a. B. Degree. Music elocution and oratory Strong faculty. Preparatory school for those not ready for College. Said mrs. Chick Chick to or. Puck puck a him laying Fine these Days and its All on account of the Porlina scratch feed you prescribed for me As a steady poultry raisers order Purina scratch feed and Purina Chick feed from 127-129 Cheapside Baltimore my. Private contract 500 acres of Marsh land known a. Tunnels Island Marsh. On it Are two pieces of High land which will grow any kind of produce. Several coves and creeks run through it with As Fine oysters As grows anywhere and fish of excellent varieties abound in them also Diamond Back terrapins and muskrats. Fine shooting on the Marsh of Blaek and Mallard ducks. I know of no place better for port or on which one can make a better living. Come and see it. Can How it to you better than Tell you about it. W. C. Lewis saxes a. Educational Days at the coloured fair Tasley August 24-25. On educational Days of the coloured fair August 24-25, the association expects to have with them maj r. R. Moton and capt. Allen Washington noted educators and lecturers of the Hampton Normal agr a. Institute. As humorous lecturers they Are rarely equalled never excelled. The former is now abroad studying racial conditions specially those of the negro race. The latter is performing similar services in this country. By reason of the exalted reputation of these gentlemen we the coloured people can reasonably expect from them intensely interesting judicious and inspiring lectures and in View of the past support and of the Hearty Good will of our White friends whose vigilant mind is steadfastly and consistently for the social mental and material Progress or uplift of the negro race we desire and ask the encouragement of their presence at the fair. White police surveillance will be exercised during the fair. P. E. Wharton Secretary. Storehouse and lot for Sale at Bloxom station. President Taft is appealed to by the head of the National Wool growers association a in the name of nearly 1,000,000 american Wool growers Quot to veto any Tariff Bill reducing the duties on Wool. If press reports of interviews of congressmen close to the administration Are to be relied on the president has already pretty Well made up his mind on the subject although personally he is very quietly sawing Wood and eloquently saying nothing. That the other 89,000,000 people inhabiting the continent a Ltd it uld like the reverse to happen does t seem to Cut much figure in the executive mansion. The president and vice president teach. To Quick buyer we offer for Sale on easy terms the j. W. Barnes storehouse and lot at Bloxom. Va., containing and bounded As follows South by the county Road 65j feet West by a private outlet or Road of Short amp Bloxom and g. Y. Bloxom 99 feet North by the land of Short amp Bloxom 65j feet. East by the land of or. W. W. Kerns 99 feet. A this is one of the most desirable locations for a business stand in Bloxom and we know of no better stand or opening for a general store than this. Possession will be Given at once. For further particulars apply to o. M. Chandler Mappsville va., or j. W. Barnes Bloxom a. Private contract in an interview Given out by former governor Montague in reply to a recent statement from lieutenant governor j. Taylor Ellyson or. Montague denies that he said during the Campaign of 1901, when he was a candidate for governor that a the railroads ought to help a and emphasizes this by affirming that a each and every word of it statement is without the semblance of he also denies using the language attributed to him by or. Ellyson regarding the Campaign contribution of Captain Joseph e. Williard. Or. Montague reviews briefly his own record and his own campaigns to far a Railroad contributions Are concerned. He concludes by criticizing or. Ellyson chairman of the party for taking tides in the present contest de nominating his position As a at once inexcusable and congressman w. A Jones arrived at Louisa c. Monday morning to speak. He had arranged to speak in the courthouse but owing to the size of the crowd and the intense heat he decided to speak from the Louisa hotel porch. He was introduced by a. T. Gordon. At or. Gordon a request Pembroke Pettit of Palmyra read a letter from we. J. Bryan to congressman Jones commending his Campaign. Or. Jones a speech was Well received by his Lance. Flour ask for it when you want the Best. Baltimore. A when Yon come to Onancock Stop at my store that is the place to by bring shoes Doni blame the gook of your bread and pastry is the foggy indigestible misery making kind. Its dollars to doughnuts that the flour is guilty of the offence. Our flour makes Light White delicious bread and pastry always. A poor Luck is unknown where it rules the cooking. It insures a Ood results because it is uniform m Quality monday tuesday wednesday and every Day in the week the Best. Candidly can you afford to go on using Hap Hazard flour when out Miu to consumer system puts our Superior product in your Home at less expense we Cut our a the retailers profits. We sell you flour direct at wholesale prices. We will save you All those dollars that the retail dealer has previously pocketed. Try our method. Yen la never go Back to the old Way. Write us for prices. Pocomoke City free dispensaries where the people of the communities where the infection of hookworm exists May come and be treated by experts without Money and without Price will shortly be established in All such localities. This plan is being worked out by the state health department which handles for Virginia the contributions of the Rockefeller sanitary commission. Three additional appointments for former governor Montague Are announced. He will speak in Norfolk August 22 in Suffolk August 23, and in Newport news August 26. It is stated that he will make other speeches during the last two weeks of the Campaign. Congressman we. A. Jones was in Richmond tuesday having gone there from Lonisa where he delivered a speech. According to a Man fro 11 Scottsville senator Martins Home town the crowd which heard or. Jones was equally As Lage As that which attended the Martin rally in Willo have a full line in doll Madison in All styles pumps from $1.25 to $3.50, High tops from $1.50 to $4. General merchandise big line consisting of dress Gingham from 8 to 25 cents ladies Muslin underwear at All prices big line of ladies White dress goods sheeting ready made sheets and Pillow cases matting mrs &c., China from cheap to flue imported. And done to forget we Are the meat people As we have a big refrigerator and carry a line of the beet fresh meats at All times. Home and give is a trial. Yours for business new goods private contract i have a farm of 282 acres situated on the Pocomoke River Oue half mile from Steamboat wharf with two steamers a week from Baltimore considered one of the Best farms in Somerset county one mile off River front red Clay land no ditches Marsh that pays $300.00 per year Fine fishing in front of farm Good deck shooting and All kinds at wild game. Wharf on farm House As good1 as1 new Nice porches. Farm in Fine condition. Terms easy. J. S. Cologgi. Pocomoke City ads. A entirely new line of Day go ids notions shoes and groceries Wise Brothers Cra Smockville Virginia. The Wisest Man goes to the Wisest store. Eagle Mills

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