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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - March 3, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Peninsula a Enterprise John w. Edmonds editor and owner too Oman court House a of filtered at the poet office at acc Piuac o. H. Va., a second class Blatter. Saturday March 18, 1911. In a recent Telegram to the virginian Pilot the Hon. Carter Glass exposes one Olathe political tricks wet Lavrich senators Martin and Swanson Hope to deceive the people of Virginia. No on though except those who Are willing to be fooled by them is simple enough As or. Glass says to believe that their a regard for the Public services is their Only reason for not opening Campaign Headquarters in Richmond. The real motive which controls them in the matter is Given by or. Glass in the following a i have seen a publication concerning patriotic purpose of certain senatorial aspirants not to open Headquarters in Richmond because of their conscientious Devotion to their legislative duties at Washington but when it is considered that Headquarters in Washington Are More feasible during a ses Sion of Congress than Headquarters at Richmond such an arrant attempt to make a Public virtue of personal convenience serves no better purpose i Han to furnish bait for people who Are simple enough to gulp Down such stuff. A the writing printing and mailing out of thousands upon thousands of personal letters the looking after newspapers and the preparation of paid press matter the dispatching of Campaign documents and personal interviews with the tribesmen that have constantly been held in Washington since it was known that there would be a senatorial contest in Virginia did not seem this Winter so incompatible with a conscientious regard for the Public service As to cause any cessation of such work. A a owing to the efforts of the dyed in the Wool reactionaries a Large proportion of whom have been voted out of office the Senate failed to ratify the Canadian reciprocity treaty. The president immediately proceeded to show that he had not been bluffing when he announced his intention of calling an extra session in such an event. The Corpse of the 61st Congress was not yet cold when he issued his proclamation for that purpose fixing the Date for the convening of the extraordinary session As april 4th. Notwithstanding the tremendous pressure that had been brought to Bear upon him to let the treaty go Over until the convening of the regular session of the 62d Congress because of fear by the Tariff protected interests that their cherished schedule would be interfered with the president had the courage of his convictions. In this instance he has Felt the popular pulse to a Good purpose. The democrats who will have an overwhelming majority in the House now have their Opportunity for revision downward schedule by schedule. The Senate will be near democratic so that it will be difficult to Block Low Tariff legislation there. Twenty thousand american troops Are at the mexican b9fader and More Are to follow according to the latest advices but what they Are there for no one seems to know but president Taft and he has not yet Given that information to the Public. Many Are the surmises and among them that the troops Are there to prevent the smuggling of arms across the Border to protect the Large interests which the financiers of Wall Street have in Mexico because of a secret treaty of Mexico with Japan but those closest to the administration insist that it is Only a military demonstration a sort of performance like Jack and Gill a marching up Hill and marching Down the president however cannot Long withold the information from us As Congress meets soon and the Light will have to be turned m. An organized movement for free books for Public school children was launched in Norfolk thi3 week and an association with More than a Hundred representative citizens was formed to make a statewide Campaign to arouse sentiment in the interest of free books. That being accomplished the fight will then be taken to the next general Assembly where it is hoped the Legier. Lation to that end will be secured. If a free Book Bill passes that body it is estimated that the tax for that purpose will be about $300,000 annually. A special from Warsaw says Hon. W. A. Jones will probably make his opening speech in Norfolk. He heartily commended the principles enunciated by the Virginia democratic league. He not Only favored he declared electing the members of the corporation commission by popular vote but express d the conviction that even the judiciary should be so chosen. Uncle Joe says he will not take minority leadership in Congress. Will hang around Washington for awhile to see How it feels to be without a Crown. He has so Long been accustomed to the whole thing that the big Toad in Small puddle proposition does not peal to him. The he be the a representative w. A. Jones recently asked when he would open his speaking Campaign said somewhere about april 1. He had not he said decided where he would make his opening speech but he intimated that it might be in Norfolk. The size of pension appropriations Lee i to increase in proportion to the degree in which the veterans Are being alled to their Reward. The Stu pen ious sum of nearly $200,000,000 will be Taid to United states pensioners this ear. District Nissl nary conference. At Onley tuesday March 7th., a 1 few ministers and laymen of the methodist episcopal Church South met to Confer together in regard to a missionary Campaign of the District. Rev. W. B. Beauchamp d. Missionary Secretary of the Virginia conference issued the Call and was present and presided. Rev w. H. Edwards d d. Presiding elder was also on hand the conference was exceedingly fortunate in having present Rev. Or. C. P. Reed Secretary of the Layman a movement of the Southern methodist Church whose thrilling addresses afternoon and evening and invaluable advice aroused a deep interest in the work of missions abroad. It was decided to begin the Campaign at Cape Charles on tuesday april 18th., and run it through two weeks. A District missionary committee was order d to consist of the presiding elder a. J. Mcmath and three others who will formulate a schedule and keep the churches informed on the subject by the fre t use of the secular press in the District. G o. Butts was made Secretary or. Beauchamp said the District is to be congratulated at having Bishop w. R. Lambuth to Lead the Campaign in april. He is recognized i with John r. Mott As one of tbs great authorities in the United states on the subject of missions in the world and has familiar and full know ledge of the great Mission Fields. He is the son of the honoured missionaries j. W. And Mary Lambuth who Are buried in Japan was born in China november 10th., 1854, received Bis m. A. Degree from Emory and Heury College va., and his degree in Medicine from Vanderbilt University with Post graduate work in Bellevue e 1 in Burg and London. He was appointed medical missionary to chins in 1877, where he established the Hospital in Soochow. Later he was transferred to open missionary work in Japan. He was made general Secretary of the Board of missions of the Southern methodist Church is 1894. Add has visited from time to Ime not Only All o the Mission Field Quot but All of the conferences in the interest of Mission work. He has just lately arrived from a visitation of the Woik in Brazil. At the session of the Southern methodist general conference at Ashville n. A last May he was elected a of the Church. In the fall of 1910 he was made a member of the Royal geographical society of England he will bring great knowledge and inspiration into the Campaign. People of every denomination Shula Avail themselves of the Opportunity to hear one of the three strongest and clearest i Sio aary authorities in America. Secretary. Resolutions of respect. Resolutions offered by the woman a foreign missionary society of Oak Grove Church whereas it has pleased our heavenly father to remove from our midst on beloved sister and co labourer mrs. Ida Benson resolved 1st. That in her death our society has lost pne of its most Loyal and devoted members 2nd that we Bow in Humble submission to him who doth All things Well. 3rd. That we extend to the grief stricken family our sincere sympathy and Pray that the comforter will guide them As he did her into All truth. 4tb. That these resolutions be plead upon the minutes of on society published in Peninsula Enterprise and a copy be sent Cut the husband and Mother of our deceased . Annie Harmon mrs. Ivy Elmore mrs. Clara by slip committee. Thaa Chicago have you Ever been in our store have you Ever stopped and gazed into our windows have you Ever considered selecting us As the suppliers of your next suit 7� our merchandise. We be got this clothing game Down pretty Fine. You la agree with us on this Quot Point if you la come in. You la not find us the Over polite bowing and scraping kind of people but you will find us gracious accommodating and interested. Well not feel disturbed if you done to Purchase from us so at least come in and get acquainted. A Merrill a clothes Are All 1. H. Merrill co., Pocomoke my. A one Price and first National Bank of Onancock a. Pointers statement of the financial condition at the close of business March 2nd, 1911. Bills discounted United states Bonds Premium on Bonds stocks and Bonds banking House furniture and fixtures 5% redemption fund due by Bank and Bankers Cash overdrafts capital Stock surplus undivided profits circulation dividends unpaid deposits assets. $218,924.82 50,000.00 a 800.00 77,686.00 5.400.00 1.600.00 2,500.00 38,019.96 27,673.67 462.43 liabilities. $423,066.88 $ 50,000.00 40,000 00 5,005.89 49,000,00 103.00 278,957.99 for All who buy medicines. The guarding of your health is a duty of sufficient importance to demand your unceasing vigilance. Part of this duty is to be sure you get Only the purest and Best medicines and that is where our drug store is doubly valuable to you. A. We sell Only drugs of the highest Quality and at the same time our prices Are very reasonable. Our medicines Are reliable. We fill doctors prescriptions with the exact amounts of the right drugs called for pure and fresh and in full strength. F we cordially invite you to bring your prescriptions to us buy your toilet articles and sick room necessities of us and come to us for All drug store supplies that you May need. Send the children they Are treated with just As much Courtesy As the grown folks. A full Supply of new and reliable Garden seed just received. A Quality bargains that a our motto. \ respectfully $423,06 .88 we hereby certify that we have made an examination of the books and records of the first National Bank of Onancock and that the above statement is taken from the books of the a Aid Bank and that it is Correct we having proven each item contained therein. We find the general conduct of the affairs of the Bank to be excellent favourably com paring with the largest Banks in the state and ample Protection is afforded its a posit is the system of accounting fully covers the requirements of the business and is neatly accurately and faithfully performed. Respectfully submitted h. B. amp son Richmond va., March 2nd, 1911. A certified Public accountants. Or. J. T. Sledge amp co., Parksley a. Druggists no. 7z58 report of the condition of the Farmers and merchants National Bank at Onley in the state of Virginia at the close of business March 7th. 1911. Resources. Loans and discounts a Quot a overdrafts secured and unsecured . Bonds to secure circulation u. Bonds to secure u. 8. Deposits premiums on . Bonds Bonds securities Etc banking House furniture and fixtures due from National Banks not Reserve #167,490 63 8154 50,000 00 1,000 00 2,250 00 20,100 00 8,732 29 agents due from state and private Banks and companies an savings Banks due from approved Reserve agents checks and other Cash items notes of other National Banks fractional paper currency Nickels and cents lawful Money Reserve in Bank Viz specie 10,720 65 Legal tender notes 190.00 redemption fund with u. A treasurer 5 per cent of circulation -jt242 24 4,417 52 15,155 05 8.00 1,115.00 869-49 10.910 65 350 00 to the chiefs and members of Accomac tribe no. 90, Imp. O r. we your committee appointed on a Council sleep a present the following that whereas the great spirit in his Wisdom has seen fit to take from our midst our beloved brother. Warren h. Young who was a charter member c f our tribe and keeper of Wampum at the time of his death and while the great spirit doth All ail things Well and that he has Cone a Over the River to the Happy Hunt ing grounds beyond we Aie bereaved Over the loss of him from his family the Church and sunday school of which he was a member and superintendent of our town of which he was an honoured citizen and of our tribe and shall look Forward to the reunion with great pleasure when the Call cometh therefore be it resolved a thar we commend his sorrowing family and loved ones to the great spirit for Succour and Relief who do eth All things Well and never has do gone wrong believing our loss to be i gain and be it further resolved that these resolutions be spread upon our record the charter be draped for sixty suns a copy sent to the sorrowing family and publication of the same be made in our local papers. A respectfully submitted by the committee. O. H. Gray p. S., j. T. Sharpley so. J. Jones p. Virginia a in the clerks office of the circuit court of the county of Accomac on the 8ih Day of March a. D., 1911 Charles e. Nicolls plaintiff against d. Landreth seed co., a corporation organized and doing business under the Laws of the state of Pennsylvania defendant. In Assum sit. The object of this suit is to recover of the said defendant the sum of seventy five dollars $75 00damages sustained by reason of the breach of a contract. And an affidavit having been made and filed that the defendant the d. Landreth seed co is not a resident corporation of the state of Virginia it is ordered that it do appear Here within fifteen Days after due publication Hereof and do what May be necessary to protect its interest in this suit. And it i further ordered that a copy Hereof be published once a week for four successive weeks in the Peninsula Enterprise a newspaper published in the county of Accomac and that a copy be posted at the f out door of the court House of this county on or before the next of succeeding Rule Day from the Date iat Hereof. John d. Grant jr., clerk. A copy Teste John d. Grant jr., clerk. Mapp amp Mapp p. Q. Total #283.712 41 liabilities. Capital Stock paid in # 50.000 00 surplus fund 17.000 00 undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 201 National Bank notes outstanding 50,000 00 due to other National Banks 2,349 87 due to state and private Banks and Bankers 8,81414 due to Trust companies and savings Banks 21521 dividends unpaid 64 00 individual deposits subject to Check 149.238 54 certified checks 330 00 Cashiers checks outstanding 50c United states deposits 1.000 00 Bills payable including certificates of Deposit for Money borrowed 4.000 00 total #283,712 41 state of Virginia county of Accomac is i. W. C. Parsons cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above Fatato ment is True to the Best of my Knowledg amp and belief. W. C. Parsons cashier corrects attest j. Bull. A Burton John w. Rogers. Direet6rs. Subscribed and sworn to before or this 11th Day of March. 1911. Warner Ames. Notary Public. Belton g., Mark 141-4. The financial i condition of the Belle Haven Bank inc., located at Belle Haven in the county of Accomac. State of Virginia at the close of business March 7th, 1911, made to the state Corpora Tiou commission. Resources. Loans and discounts #44.298 03 overdrafts secured. #250 56. In. Secured. #193 49 a 444 05 banking House -3 850 00 other real estate owned 2,000 00 furniture and fixtures 1.415 00 due from National Banks 3,825 66. Due from state Banks private Bank. A ers and Trust companies 398 34 paper currency 2,183 00 fractional paper currency Nickels and cents 9173 Gold Coin 102 50 Silver Coin from in Mem Orlam. In Loving remembrance of our dear father Joseph h. Hickman who departed this life february 7rh1911, aged 73 years. He is survived by a Wile two sons and three daughters. Our father had been ailing for several years but none of us thought the time was so near for him to leave us alone. Yet we know that he is free from All cares and sorrows in this would and has gone to heaven where we All Hope to meet him some Dav to part no More. Still this does not relieve us of the heavy Burden which rests upon our hearts now that to Are of paint a from father and wont see his Bright face and hear his swe t voice again. He has left a vacant place in our Homes that never can be filled. We cannot udders and Why we should be so burdened with grief As we stand beside the Mound where our Eclov d one sleeps. Yet god know it was Best to take him Home. He wa3 s it patient kind and gentle always looking on the Bright Side and Firth Best thus that knew him Best had the deepest love for him a Laige concourse of friends a gtd loved ones were present at Hilt funeral to drop the tender tear which Natu e Sheds Over that be we love. A was a member of Pungoteague m e Gnu Rob South and was la id to rest beside his wife in the burying ground at Craddockville. By his children. 0 make the season 1911, new Church to Keller. Belton Is a Well bred horse with Good qualities of Bay color weight about 1000 lbs. If you wish to Breed to a Good game race horse and one bred in the purple Here is your Chance. The More you study his Breeding the better you will like him. Belton g is not Only a great bred horse but has a whirlwind of Speed As ha9 been shown to the Public by his races he is known As one of the Best race horses on the Eastern Shore of Virginia we will Send him anywhere in the county. Terms $25.00. Write or phone u9. Chas. A. Gibbons amp bro., Rue a. Total #59,218 66 liabilities. Capital Stock paid in surplus fund undivided profits less amount paid for interest expenses and taxes dividends unpaid. Individual deposits certified checks i Cashiers checks outstanding a. Bills payable including certificates of 1 Deposit representing Money borrowed total #17.300 00 3.000 00 54 00 33.872 04 134 75 18 22 statement of the financial condition of the Farmers and merchants Bank inc., located at new Church in the county of acco Mac. State of Virginia at the close of business. March 7th, 1911. Made to the state corporation commission. Resources Loans and discounts overdrafts unsecured backing House and lot furniture and fixtures a other Cash items paper currency fractional paper currency Nickels and cents Gold con Silver Coin total #46,703 51 160 24 8.350 00 845 00 500 1,902 00 7218 25 00 81 50 #53,144 43 liabilities. Capital Stock paid in $15,000 00 undivided profits less amount paid for interest. Expenses and taxes 1,271 01 individual deposits subject to Check 84,503 73 Cashiers checks outstanding 137 35 Dae to National Banks 232 34 notes and Bills re discounted 2.000 00 total $53,144 43 i. C. J. Matthews cashier do solemnly swear that the above is a True statement of the financial condition of the banners and merchants Bank inc., located at new Church in the county of Accomac. State of Virginia at the close of business on the 7th Day of March 1911, to the Best of my knowledge and belief. C. J. Matthews. Cashier. Corrects attest John f. Nelson. Jr., j e. Johnson. G. W. Covington. Directors. State of Virginia. County of Accomac sworn to and subscribed before me by c. J. Matthews cashier this 14th Day of March 1911.edward w. Hutchinson. Notary Public. commission expires january 6th. 1912. 7659. Report of the condition of the Hallwood National Bank at Hailwood in the state of Virginia at the close of business March 7th. 1911. Resources. Loans and discounts overdrafts secured and unsecured u. Bonds to secure circulation premiums on u. 8. Bonds Honda securities Etc banking House furniture and fixtures other Teal estate owned Dae from National Banks not Reserve agents due from 8tate and private Banks and Bankers. Trust companies and savings Banks due from approved Reserve agents checks and other Cash j terns notes of other National Banks fractional paper currency Nickels and cents lawful Money Reserve in Bank Viz specie Legal tender notes redemption fund with u. S treasurer o per cent of circulation 505 54 7.000 00 210 00 2.000 00 4.719 00 1,106 24 1.061 73 total liabilities. Capital Stock paid in surplus fond undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding due to other National Banks dividends unpaid individual deposits subject to Check demand certificates of deposits certified checks Cashiers checks outstanding total 187 73 10,039 08 2215 9000 430 86 1,175 �0 5,150 00 350 00 #123,4�o3n #25,000 00 6.200 00 292 61 7.000 00 1,380 15 800 40,167 84 43,737 32 89 65 548 14 #123 413 71 state of Virginia county of Accomac is 4 000 00 i John t. Lewis cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above state Nna ment is True to the Best of my knowledge and $59.-18 �6 belief it John to it Lewis it cashier. J. A. Kernodle practical Tinner Salt to and Street Metal worker and sanitary plumber now located at Parksley and respectfully solicits the patronage of the Public. Stove repairing a specially. Estimates cheerfully furnished and s iti faction guaranteed. I Jno. T. B. do solemnly swear that the above is a True statement of the financial condition of the Belle Haven Bank incorporated a located at Belle Haven in the county of Accomac. State of Virginia at the close of business on the 7th Day of March 1911, to the Best of my knowledge and belief. Jno. T. B. Hyslop preside t. Correct attest h. P. B. Rue c. , s. P. Ward. Directors. State of Virginia county of Accomac sworn to and subscribed before me by John t b. , this 11th Day of March corrects attest John w. Taylor. Jas. W. Broughton. E h. Conquest. Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th Day of March. 19ll. 8. C. Hall. Notary Public. 1911. commission expires August 81. W. G. Emmett. Notary Public. 1914. Have opened our Spring line oxfords in All leathers and lips. J s Mills. Of just received ear Florida heart shingles car Salt will sell Chea. C. E. Nicolls Keller a. Write to us for estimates on voids Sash blinds Stair rails and All oth for kinds of building material hardware hints amp a. Stock Large prices Low in. R. L. Fletcher will be at Accomac court h. A he first Day of every county court to receive order or the firm gape Charles ice and lumber co. Notice to creditors commissioners office Accomac c. Hgt a. March 16th, 1911. To the Ore. I tors of Joseph Hickman. Pungoteague deceased and All others concerned you Are her. By n iti fied that at the request of the personal representative of the said decedent i have appointed the 31 Day of april next at my said office for receiving proof of All debts and demands against the said deed or. Or his estate at which time and place Yon Are required to attend and prove your claims. Given in ter my hand the Day and Vear Hihi above written. Same a. T. Ross outrun is Renaer of account. Statement of the financial condition of the. Melfa banking co., inc., located at Melfa in the county of Accomac state of Virginia at the close of business March 7th, 1911. Made to the state corporation commission. Resources. Loans and discounts #36,638 02 i overdrafts unsecured 348 44 banking House and lot 5,429 14 furniture and fixtures 1.640 94 due from National Banks 2.587 60 paper currency �?o.139 00 fractional paper currency Nickels and cents 139 09 Gold Coin <8 50 Silver Coin total liabilities. Capital Stock paid in undivided profits less amount paid for interest expenses and taxes individual deposits subject to Check certified checks Cashiers checks outstanding notes and Bills re discounted total #49.338 53 i i. E Waters. Cashier do solemnly swear that the above is a True statement of the financial condition of the Melfa banking company incorporated located at Melfa in the county of Accomac. State of Virginia at the close of business on the 7th Day of March 1911. To the Best of my knowledge and belief. W. E. Waters cashier. Corrects attest. C. H. Rogers. W. H. Hatton. J. W. Martin. Directors. State of Virginia. County of Accomac sworn to and subscribed before me by w. E. Waters. Cashier this 15th Day of March. 1911. Ernest t. Hannon notary Public. Or Mew a a a a a a a a #49,338 53 # 19,500 00 202 18 20,387 09 15 76 233 f0 9,000 00 Don t blame the gook if your bread and pastry is Hie foggy indigestible misery making Kina. Its dollars to doughnuts that the flour is guilty of the offence. On floor makes Light White delicious bread and pastry always. A poor Lack a is unknown where it roles the cooking. It insures Good results because it is uniform in Quality monday tuesday wednesday and every Day in the week the Best. Candidly can Yon afford to go on using Hap Hazard flour when our mall to consumer system puts our Superior product in your Home at less expense. We Cut o u the retailers profit. We sen 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. Eagle Hills a cd a a a a j Public auction of valuable real estate. The undersigned heirs at Law of John e. Wise deceased will sell at Public auction on saturday april 8,1911, at 3 of clock p. M., at Pastoria Accomac county Virginia that tract or parcel of lard of which the said John e. Wie , seized and possessed situated near Pastoria in acc Mack county Virginia and More fully described a follow a tract or parcel of land containing seventy five 75 a acres More or less and bounded on the North by the county Road leading from Pastoria to a a Wise a Mill a a East by the county read leading from the Afore said Road to the Public Landing and Mouth and West by the land of James r. Hickman and also a detached piece of Woods land going therewith containing by estimation ten 10 a acres More or less and bounded on tha North by tha land of John s. Finney East by the neck Road South by the land of John m. Parks and West by the land of the said John s. Finney. These two pie is to be sold As a whole. John h. Wise Wise w. T. Wise. Who is the f. Royster guano company Narok Marf registered the f. Royster guano company is the largest Independent manufacturer of fertilizers in the United states. The business was founded Twenty seven years ago by or. F. Royster who is still at the head of the company and gives the business his personal attention. It requires eight Large factories to Supply the demand for Royster goods in the South alone. Being desirous of extending our territory we have built in Baltimore one of the largest and most Modem fertilizer and sulphuric acid plants in existence. Ask your dealer for Royster goods and see that the Trade Mark is on every bag. If he does not handle them write and give us his name and we will arrange with a him or some one else to Supply you. F. Royster guano company. Northern division. Calvert building _ Baltimore Maryland. Factories and sales offices for Sale. Two Twenty pure bred Berkshire pigs registered and abstract of ownership goes with each pig. They Are irom the noted Biltmore and Premier strains Long growth kind. The sows Are unsurpassed for prolific Acy and As cacti jul nurses Aid Good sticklers. Their flesh is of the highest Quality of pork containing a larger promotion of finely marbled lean and fat than of any other Breed. Will ship every pig subject to examination. If not satisfactory in every particular can be shipped Back to me at my expense. I done to want the Money unless the customer is satisfied. R. Young Onley a. For Sale. 8 to 10 Good driving and gentle farm horses do Well to see them and get prices before baying. Terms favourable. We handle most every thing earned by the retail dealer direct from manufacturers. A glad to have a share of your patronage at lowest t. White amp son wholesale grocers brokers and _ manufacturers agents Mckemie Park a. Luther t. Lewis Sailmaker at f. C. Lewis store Hunting Creek a. All repair work done promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. A l l a h a n the clothing and shoe Man. 1 am ready for ail visitors to my store. line of Spring clothing is in and cordially invite All buyers to look Over my line. I Cal special attention to our Young menus collegian suite in All the new fabrics and colors. 1 hey Are handsomely tailored a and fit perfectly a look will satisfy even a critic a in the business. Our line of hats is Complete in All shapes also John b. Stetson a. Our line of Oxford and pumps Are As in the past one pair Sells another. Sole agent for Isaac hamburger amp songs tailored suits. H. W. Callahan Pocomoke my. C. Scherme6h0rn i son jobbers of said mrs. Chick Chick to or. Puck puck Quot in a laying Fine these Days and its All on account of the Purina scratch feed you prescribed for me As a steady poultry raisers order Purina scratch of a cd and Grain Hay a feed. We Are Headquarters for Sid Oats poultry grit 1 ground Oyster shells meat meal ground Bone charcoal Alfalfa meal. 127-129 Cheapside Baltimore my. The Parksley manufacturing co., inc. Retailers and jobbers of All kinds of builders supplies please remember that the Parksley manufacturing co. Moved to their new three Story Brick build.inc., have and now can Virginia a in the clerks office j of the circuit court of the county of. Re _ Accomac on the 6th Day of March a a. D., 1911. I Charles t. Riley or. It Al. Plaintiffs against John h. Riley amp wife it als. Defendants. In chancery. The object of this suit h to partition a certain lot or parcel of Wood land situate lying and being near the county of Accomac and state of Virginia containing thirty four 34 acres More or less and adjoining the lands of Sidney Riley Wilham Courtenay and others and if partition cannot conveniently be made of the same Rhen to sell it and have the proceeds divided amongst those entitled thereto. And an affidavit having been made and filed that the defendants John h. Riley and Ida Riley his wife and John a Benson and Bessie e. Ben Stet of Virginia a wifi ordered thac a Larse Supply of Winchester ammunition Stevenson they do appear hero within fifteen and Remington guns and rifles of Many kinds Are kept Days after due pubic cation Hereof and in Utnick do what May be necessary to protect i constantly in Slock. J a a i j a a a their interest in this suit. And it is our line of pumps and pipe is Large and will further ordered that a copy Hereof Chafic footing to Ftp Trarup be published once a week for oar saus Iacuone to Cne traae. Successive weeks in the Quot Peninsula i we make a specially of All kinds of farming Thap come to Accomac pand that and machinery and in these never fail to a copy be posted at the front door of patrols. Befoy a a a a a a ule Day in a a a Eood we can make from the Date Hereof. Interest co can to see As. John d. Grant jr., clerk. A copy Teste John d. Grant jr., clerk. Johnw wept p. Q. _ at Parksley a. Offer the Trade a better line of goods than Ever before. We Are Headquarters for Sash doors blinds Stair work and mouldings in fact everything in the building line. Our hardware can to be beaten on the Eastern Shore of a. Our Range line is up to Date the Best that can be had. We carry also a lice of Harrison a Best paints and painters supplies. Our Nickle Ware cooking utensils cattery &c., Are the beat. Give utensils please our your Parksley manufacturing co inc a Parksley a

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