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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - March 3, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Peninsula \u2666 Enterprise John w. Edmonds. Editor Agio owner j \u25a0. I a Tomao court House a. Entered at the Post office at Accomac o. . As second class matter saturday. March 18, 1911. Sales advertised in Enterprise. Saturday March 25, 1911, at Locust Ville by the heirs of mrs. Mar Garet s. Parker deceased House hold and Kitchen Fame Tare. Local news. Board of supervisors meet monday March 27th. The next term of the circuit court of Accomac begins monday april 3d. Miss Mary Scarburgh of Ca Echarles is at Accomac o. H., visit ing her brother or. Thos. B. Scar Burgh. Messes. Charles u. Ayres and Phil t. Milliner of Accomac c. H., Madea business trip to rape Charles and Norfolk this week. The Miona grammar school will hold a Necktie social wednesday evening March 22. If inclement weather prevents the next evening Public cordially invited. Therum Bondtown methodists Willon easter monday night present in Bell s Hall two dramas both humorous a Case of suspension and if morning glory or. Thomas w. Melson of near Accomac c. Taken to Hospital i Baltimore on Friday of last week and Sii be operated on for some stomach trouble is doing Well and expected Home in about two weeks. The drama Dot the miners daughter heretofore announced to be presented at Hall at Melfa on tuesday March 21st., has been postponed on account of the sickness of some of the performers to tuesday March 28th. Brooks Mapp trustee will sell at Public auction at Pungoteague on Friday afternoon March 31st, the piece or parcel of land belonging to the heirs of Sophia Parker deceased containing five acres More or less situated near Pungoteague. Terms of Sale will be made known on Day of Sale. John s. Parsons trustee will sell at Public auction at the front door of the courthouse on saturday april 8 h., 2 30 p. M., a certain tract of land situated about j of a mile same containing half acre More or less it being the 6atne conveyed in 1902by Adam Wise to George p. particulars see posters. L. Floyd Nock special commission i will sell at Public auction on sat urday March 18ch, 1911, at two 2 o clock be m., at Pungoteague 20acres of land on Nandua Creek adjoining the lands of Claude Mcclain John �. Henderson and others and originally belonging to James mar tin or. For terms &c., see posters. The work of special course in High Way engineering begins at the University of Virginia March 27th, and a Hue Opportunity is thus presented to Young men who expect to go into Road work to go there for training. With the in fresh now being manifested in Public roads we know of no better occupation open to Young men. All Confederate veterans who de sire crosses of hoi or Send in their application to mrs. James Fletcher Accomac va., president of the Jefferson Davis chapter u. D. A. Not later Thau the 15th of flax april. Crosses will not be conferred after this year and surely every old Veteran will want this badge of Honor for himself and his descendants. William j. And t Frank Russell attorneys in fact of mrs. Catharine Russell will sell at Public auction on saturday March 25th1 p. Min front of store at e Wells Corner a certain tract or parcel of land con Taining 30 acres More or less Situa ted at that place bounded by the lands of Crip Taylor Oscar Justis and others. For particulars see pos ters. The heirs at Law of John e Wise deceased will sell at Public auction at Pastoria on saturday april Bih 1911, 3 p. M., the tract or parcel of land of which the Baid John e. Wise died seized and possessed contain ing 75 acres More or less also a detached piece of Woods land contain ing 10 acres More or less both Situ ated near Pastoria. The two tracts to be sold As a whole. For full particulars see posters and advertise ment in paper. William l. Nock executor will sell at Public auction in front of b. F. Groton s store at Withams p. Oon saturday april 15th., 3 p. M., two tracts of land known As the Sallie Marshall containing by actual Survey 97 15 and 84 82 acres total 181.97 acres of which w. , died seized and possessed. The said tracts will be sold separately and then As a whole and the Way they bring highest Price will be considered the Sale. For Lull particulars see posters. At a meeting of the Farmers Mutual Exchange at Onley on saturday March 11th., or Jno. W. Chandler was elected business manager and. Salary to january ist., 1912, fixed at to 000 half of this amount it misunderstood is to be paid in Stock or As much of it As the by Laws of the organic Chincoteague mrs. John Richardson in in Hospital i Philadelphia. Capt. Alfred Lewis and family moved to Philadelphia this week. Mis. T. Tunnell and daughter visited friends in Delaware this week. A few Shad and plenty of herring were for Sale in our Market this week. Our High school team will Pla Parksley High school team next saturday. Or. Emory Phipps our policeman has resigned and or. We. Pruitt is Hia successor. Sup t. Tunnell of the l. 8. S., was with us on an inspecting tour several Days this week capt. G. Badger of Oyster police Force was with us this week having his boat overhauled. Or. Geo. W. Wright of Marion,vs., was with us this week deliver ing lectures to the Brethren on masonry. Rev. O. T. Bannard pastor of them. E. Church is attending Confer ence at Wilmington and will return to us another year. Or. Charles Matthews of Camden n. J., and miss Hattie Bloxom of this place were married on 15th inst.,Rev Thos. Neal officiating. Capt. John Winder has bought one third interest in packet line from Pocomoke to Snow Hill and will move to latter place and run the same. Our teachers Are rehearing the play mrs. Briggs of the poultry Yard to be presented at Park Ley saturday night 18.h., and at Chinco Teague tuesday night 21st, and wednesday 22d. Proceeds for Church. A pfc Betsy Ewell coloured As shews known to All Here owned by the Ewell family in upper Accomac for Many years died on the 13th inst., aged 94 years she had All her faculties and was at work at Wash tub until few Days ago. A son 80 years old and other defendants of six generations survive her. Arrivals at Atlantic hotel this week r. Holsten j t. Tapplen Jas. Kau Man d. E. Tunsel T. Mahon Baltimore 0. Gerthy new York a. A. Johnson Norfolk w. W. Tay Lor Clifton forge O. Simpson Jersey City w. A. Sheppard a is Bury o. L. Shockley Snow Hill w. G. Clendaniel Frank Levy Dover w. E. Tunnell Lewis a. T. Roberts a. Badger Birds nest s. , g. Fred Kelly. P. Lank Ford e. G. Wright j. B. Wrightson Accomac. Belle Flaven. Or. Horace e Roberts is quite la. Or. Jas. T. Wal Leyia spending the week with his son in Norfolk. Or. G. E. Roberts of Newport news spent the past week with his Mother mrs. Lizzie Roberts. Little miss Evelyn daughter of or. And mrs. Chhrles Johnson has been extremely ill for the past week. Mrs. Clinton Buswell left Friday for her Home in Lawrence mass., after spending several weeks with her Mother mrs. Margaret Means. Miss Hope Dennis and. Little Niece of Temperanceville and mrs. Lillis ton of new Jersey were the guests Over sunday of or. And mrs. Of Lang. Miss Lena e. Doughty is in Balti More. Her sister miss Manie Doughty has Bea confined Toher room suffering from at attack of rheumatism. Wachapreague. Mrs. West and child of new York Are visiting mrs. B. Savage on High it. Or. Harry White took miss Melissa Hutchinson to Hospital in Norfolk recently for treatment. Miss Susie White teacher at san Ford with thred friends spent Sun Day 4th. With her parents at thi place. The drama entitled among the Breakers lately presented in the High school building was a devoid i a series of meetings of late have been held in the methodist of Huron conducted by Rev. Or. Murphy of Pungoteague. _ opt. And mrs. Jack Hanson after spending several Days with mrs Byrd have returned to their Home in Norfolk. Miss Helen Doughty left last wee for Baltimore and after ten Days there will leave for Leesville s. 0., to spend the Winter. Mrs. E. T. Power lately met witha very painful Accident. The end of her Finger was Cut off by a sausage Cutter which she was feeding. Parksley. Mrs. John r. Rew has recently re turned irom Short trip to Baltimore. Mrs. George l. Barnes of. Girddle-tree.md., is spending afew Days at the Home of mrs. Eveline Barnes. Master Edwin Michael of Balti More is on a visit Here at the Home of his aunt miss Cou Johnson. Mrs. E. Parsons and Irma attended the birthday reception of her father or. Riley at his Home at Parsonsburg my. Mrs. O l. Ewell and children mar Garet and Miles Are on a visit at the Home of her sister mrs. James , Washington d. Cd. Messes. Harvey n. And Elmer , of this place Telegraph opera tors in the main office of Western Union in Philadelphia were recently sent by that company to Jacksonville,fla., for a stay of several weeks. Zadoc Lewis and Ephraim Wessels operated on at Salisbury Hospital thursday of last week the former for kidney trouble and the latter for appendicitis Are improving and doing swell As could be expected from latest advices. Onley. The l. T. Is. Will meet at Baptist Church next sunday night. Mrs Milton Byrd i visiting parents in upper Accomac mrs. We. F. White is in Baltimore the guest of her brother or. A. . Mrs. Herman Watson and sister miss Mollie Whealton Are with their father who is in Hospital in Norfolk. A Hay ride was Given to the Young Leo Ile of the town a Day or so Agoy messes. Carroll Bull Edwin Walter and Carroll White. Miss Beatrice Jones mrs. Jame Holland and mrs. John Warren of Chincoteague 6f late have been guests of mrs. Herman a Tatson. Mrs. Minnie Miles and miss. Pear Phillips of hog Island of late have been guests of mrs. Mollie Taylor . Vav. Bloxom of Parksley of his daughter mrs. Ordie Parks , of new Jersey of mrs. L . Greenbackville. Or. Allen Jarman returned from Wilmington del., sunday night. Miss Pruitt of Philadelphia was week end guest of miss Laura Bell Davis. Or. L. Jones our sex mail Man has moved with his family to Beaverdam their future Home. Or. And mrs. T. Hancock mrs. T. Sharpley and miss Ayres spent sunday in Stockton my mus Delia Taylor went to Phila Delphia last week to accept a positioning a millinery establishment. Or. David Wiltbank of Parksley is assisting or j. T. Sharpley in balancing the books of the Bank of Greenbackville. Cape e. K. Young of George town del., or. Linton Young an wife of Brooklyn n. Y., or. Sharpley of Philadelphia and p. Sharpley of Norfolk attended the funeral of Warren Young Attis place last week. Eastern Shore produce . A meeting of the Bloxom division of the Eastern Shore produce Exchange will be held at Bloxom Sta tion saturday afternoon 2 o clock March 18th. Or. W. A. Burton bus iness manager and or. N. P. Wes Ottwill be present and address the meet ing. All members especially those dissatisfied with the Workings of the Exchange Are invited to be present. Or. W. Bowdoin director. A meeting of the Oak Hall division of the Eastern Shore produce Exchange will be held at Oak Hal station saturday afternoon 2 30 o clock March 25th. This is a meet ing of important interest to All the members Ana All Are requested to be present. L. Thornton director. A meeting of the Parksley division of the Eastern Shore produce Exchange will be held at Parks by sat urday april is 1911. Or. W. A. Burton business manager and or. I Ben t. Gunter president will represent and address the meeting. Full attendance of All the Farmers is requested. Roy d. White director. Junior order Rise Tang. An important meeting of Parks lev Council no. 114, or. O. U. A. M.,Wil be held at Parksley Aon monday night March 20th., 1911, to consider the question of instituting an or Phan s Home in the state of Virginia by the state Council. This is a mat ter of interest to the entire order an every member of the Council is urgently requested to be present at this meeting. Your dues May be effected e. Wright a. T. Sledge . Preparatory to Spring cleaning it will demonstrate on our second Floo March 21st and 22d, a veral makes vacuum cleaners in the most popular makes and we invite All the Ladie interested in vacuum cleaners to by present and see the merits of the different machines. R. L. Shield co., inc. Watch next week s Issue for the announcement of our Spring opening for millinery and All other depart ments. I Leatherbury Belote & co i the under Selling store i Onancock is. Hears. Uch to the disappointment of our teachers and scholars school closes 1 March 31st. Or. And mrs. E. R. Bloxom enter 1 trained mrs. Justice and mrs. Wheal ton of Oak Hall at their Home last week. Miss Beulah Mason teacher in High school at Hallwood was in town a urday and sunday with parents. Or and mrs a. Donaway have As their House g is Abs or. E. Byrd of Snow Hill and miss Bessie Beech am of visit of the Stork to our town about one week ago causes or. George Bloxom to Wear a smile that wont come off it s a boy. The proposition for building new Public Road so As to make the Dis Tance Shorter from this place to Mappsville and other Seaside Points seems to have Long been forgotten and the latest thing is a Bank. Who will subscribe Stock Flears Volle. Mis a Lola Godwin of Marsh Market was the guest sunday of miss Stella Chase. Mrs. Sallie Fisher of Stockton md., is visiting mrs. Sewell Gladdin this week. Miss Leila Rew of Bloxom spent first of the week Here with her sister mrs. L. J Gladding. Miss Ethel Byrd of Onancock High school spent sunday with her parents. Or. And mrs. W. Byrd capt. S l. Chase of Schooner Annie May is Hoove this week Aud will leave in a few Days for Delaware Bay. March s h., the worst night on the Bay for 10 years reports capt Chase. Many vessels were seen on monday morning along the Bay Shore unable to find Harbor sunday night owing to the terrible Snow storm. Painter. Or. P. F Harmon Aud daughter miss Helen visited friends in town the fisc of the Weik. Miss Buttercup Jacob formerly of Montana hut recently of Onley is spending the week with miss s. 8.wescott. The Young people of the neighbor Hood gave miss Julia Kellam a sur prise party Friday evening. All report a very pleasant evening. The Many friends of d a l. Cosby Are glad to hear that has purchased a or. William Turner. Tuey think it Means that Bas permanently located among them. There will be an entertainment at Painter Hall Friday evening april 14. The program will consist of read Ings vocal and instrumental music by some of the Best Talent on the Shore. New Spring dress Good in the new est weaves and colourings added tour dre6b goods department this week. See us and save Money. Leatherbury Belote & co., the under Selling store Onancock a. Base Ball goods for every player write for catalogue. 8 Mills. Notice our East window for your Spring suit. Our lines of custom � tailored suits for men Are a no. 1, and weak you to give us your Spring order and we will fit and r. L. Shield co., inc. Bird Day Celebration. On wednesday afternoon March 15, student body of the Accomac High school and numerous visitors enjoyed a Bird Day Celebration rendered by the primary grades. An excellent exhibit of primary work was Dis played. The Celebration was a grand 1success, and we Hope by it in creased the sympathy for Wirf Little feathered friends. Program. Song Spring time is ?now the Days Are full selection Willie ?merry Brown Call of Bird ill and in Grade?.don t kill the Birds la selection John s mistake la Grade. Recitation school without Little chickadees la Grad Meadow Lark a selection Margaret cradles ill does Little Birdie says la to birdies la selections Sarah ?Welcome to Spring. X. Farmers Mutual Exchange. The following places have been selected for division organization ? new Church Oak Hall. Hall Wood Mears Mckemie Park Blo Boqi masons Marksley Greenbush tas Ley. Onley Melfa Keller Painter Belle Haven Exmore including Maple food Nassawadox Birds Wood Machipongo Kendall Grove Eastville Hobbs Cheriton gape Charles including Bayview Craddockville including Shields wharf and Davis wharf Pungoteague including Cedar View Nan Dua and Boggs wharf Cashville including Finney wharf and Evans wharf Onancock Chesconessex including Mears wharf Harborton Jamesville including Concord and Morley. A division election for the purpose of electing agents and general directors will be held on saturday March 25th, Between noon and Sun set at All of the above named the stockholders a j required Tovote in the division through which they will ship or if not a shipper atthe division nearest their residence and no Man can vote in More than one division. J f. A. Shield Bec y. And treas. To the voters of Atlantic District i announce myself a candidate for the office of supervisor for Atlantic District subject to the coming primary. Respectfully Ashton Fletcher. To the voters of Atlantic District i respectfully announce myself candidate for Constable of said District subject to the democratic Pri Mary. If nominated and elected i will discharge the duties of the office to the Best of my ability. Soliciting the support of my fellow citizens. Very respectfully Roland u. East. To my fellow citizens of Lee magisterial District notice Home to my House about three weeks ago one ram owner Willro Deproperty pay changes and tak Bim away. John w. Shreves. Leemont a. I hereby announce mys if a Candi Date Lor re election to the office of Constable for said District subject to the democratic primary. If elected i shall Endeavor to do my duly in the future As i have in the past my Pas record As an officer is now before you. With gratitude for past favors i am sincerely your Humble servant. Tankard g. , a. To the voters of Atlantic District i am a candidate for supervisor of Atlantic District subject to the democratic primary to be held sometime during the year. In asking your sup port 1 desire to announce that my candidacy is in the interest of the Publio roads and Public schools of Accomac. Respectfully j. W. Lankford new Church a. Deaths. Mrs. Margaret Savage widow of the late William j. Savage a most estimable lady died tuesday at the Home of her daughter mrs. James j. Hartman near Locustville aged 81 years. After j funeral services at Oak Grove Metho dist Church of which she had Lon been a consistent member her body\u25a0 was Laid to rest beside her husband in the cemetery at that Church. Two sons John w. And b. T. Savage and two daughters mrs. Jas. Hartman and mrs. Sue Ward of Norfolk sur Vive. Mrs. Margaret Savage widow of the late Bagwell Savage a lady highly esteemed by a Large Circle of relatives and friends died wednesday at the Home of her daughter mrs. A. , near Locustville aged 86 years. Funeral services at her late Home and interment in it. Holly cemetery on thursday. A card. I take this method of thanking the officers of the Eastern Shore fire insurance co., in for their kindness and the prompt settlement in four Days of the amount due me by reason of my recent loss by Are also to thank those who assisted in saving apart of my merchandise. With gratitude to All. Very truly Geo. R. Justis or. Great line of foulard and Messaline Silks now on display in our silk de apartment. Large variety of stripes figures dots and checks 35 and 36 inches kids great values for 85 cts. And $1 00 the cd. Also a great bar gain lot of Short pieces 23 to 24 inches wide regular Dollar values that we Are offering by piece Only at the very Low Price of 69 cts per Yard. I Leatherbury Belote & co.,the under Selling if Tore Onancock in you Are cordially Invin j to represent at the opening of \ Jar tailor ing department on Friday and Satur Day March 24fh and 25th. Or. Sam Dorf. Representing one of Baltimore s Best tailors will be with us with Complete line of the latest fabrics to take your measure for a Spring or summer suit at moderate prices. Fit and satisfaction guaranteed. Orders taken for immediate or future de livery. Turner & sons Painter a. Business notices. For Sale Twenty five thousand bushels of seed oysters in hog Island Bay. W. E. Thomas Nassawadox a. Feb. 28, 1911. Notice the Farmers Mutual Exchange has bold More than 1300 snare of Stock to Over 1100 residents of Accomac and Northampton counties. Of. A. Shield. Sec. And treas. 5 notice booking orders now foil Spring delivery eggs at $4 00per 100 s. O. White leghorn 8. C. Rhode Island reds Indian runner Dicks All heavy layers. A Bay View poultry farm Shell town i notice i have sold one of my farms and have three horses More than i have use for. Will sell cheap. E l. , my. Fob Sale thoroughbred Shetland Pony three years old from Belle Meade Stock farm. Perfectly gentle and quiet for children. Harness and cart goes with Pony. A. Payzant Accomac a when you have rheumatism i your foot or instep apply chamber lain s liniment and you will get Quick Relief. It costs but a Quarter. Why suffer for Sale by All dealers. Notice the Farmers Mutual Exchange is prepared to furnish Berry rates at Cost to All its members who apply to their division agent fora Ime. F. A. Shield Sec. And treas. Fob plants of the following varieties Chipman Climax Texas. Plants will be delivered at Parkley station cleaned up roots straight neatly packed at $1 75 per1,000. T. F. Parkes Justi Ceville a Sta webby plants Fob Sale six beet varieties for commercial purposes 4 Best varieties for table use in quantities of 2.000 or More delivered to Painter station tied i bundles of 26 plants 40 bundles tothe 1,000. Write your wants to Thos. Custis p. O. Craddockville a. To loan on real estate Security Sio too. Address Box a. R Onancock a. The most common Caus of insomnia is disorders of the stomach. Chamberlain s stomach and liver tablets Correct these disorders and enable you to sleep. For Sale by All dealers. Public auction we will sell at Public auction at the late residence of mrs. Margaret s. Parker deceased in Locustville on saturday march25th., All of her personal property consisting of household and Kitchen furniture Sale to commence at 1o clock. Heirs. Fob Sale an 80 fathom Seine ready for use and Good As new. Also five Rolls of Block wire. Apply to John f. Gillespie Mappsville a. Fob Sale Early Jersey Wakefield cabbage plants. B. Savage Weir wort a. Notice we Are the boys and work for even Money. Bring us your horses and we will clip them for $1 00 guaranteed. Chance & Drummond Grangeville a. For Sale eggs from selected Stock for hatching s. 0. Black roping 1ton, $3.00 per setting of 13, $20.00 per 100, s. C. Buff Orpington $1.50 presetting of 13, per 100. lacks were hatched from eggs Pur chased direct from we. Cook & sons originators of the Orpington and my buffs comprise the Best of my own pullets combing with those hatched from eggs direct from Cook & sons j mated exclusively with cockerans from these eggs for which i paid As High As $70.00 per Hundred. The Orpington Are splendid Winter layers of Large size Beautiful shape and plumage unexcelled for table use and Are rapidly gaining Ascendancy Over All other varieties As the Ideal general Utility fowl. Mrs. N. B. Wescott Mapps Bug a. Fob Sale or Trade two lumber wagons 1 log Wagon 1 Shaft cart 1 pair of mules. I am going out of business. Joe Ennis ? Pungoteague a. For Sale eggs from selected Stock for hatching r. C. Rhode is land reds exclusively sl-00 per set Ting of 13, $6.00 per 100, Day old chicks$12.00 per 100 Atter May is. Stand Ard Breed fone and White Indian runner ducks $1 00 per setting of 12. $6.00 per 100, Day old duckling $12.00 Iper 100 after May 20th. 12breed ing pens contain 120 Birds carefully mated up for Best results enables me to ship fresh eggs promptly. Eastern Shore poultry farm a. Wicks proprietor Trower Virginia. For Sale one mule two horses and a mine prop cart. L. 0. Churn Hallwood a notice i hereby forewarn All person from harbouring my wife and child under penalty of Law. I also will not be responsible for any debts created by them. Has. K. Taylor Painter va., feb. 28, 1911. For Sale 2oo barrels Irish gob Bler potato seed at $2.00 per barrel,. 8., including package 100 bushels new Era cowpeas at $2.40 per bushetr1 Hercules stump Puller no. 5, with 90 feet new 1 Inch Cable double Power Pulley Anchor Cable and makeup All practically new at $75.00 also Bemis trans planters at $55.00 to Points on e. A. E. R. Phillips Miona a. For Sale eggs for hatching Pur poses from my pure bred barred ply Mouth rocks largest Strain. Unsurpassed for size and egg production. Beautiful yellow feet and beak. 15, $5.00 per 100. Its. Young Onley a for Sale Strawberry plants 44 Money making varieties seed Corn asparagus roots. a Stock is the finest am largest i Ever had True to name. Write today for free Battai Plant seed and poultry catalogue. It tells you facts and what to Plant for beat Success. 31 years in business j John w. Hall to Marion station my. Notice houses moved by Day or contract on reasonable terms and satisfaction guaranteed. James j. Hartman,locu9tville, a. Phons in House. For Sale?2 Ca loads of horses and mules. All sizes and Young. Prices to suit every pocket Book. T. Taylor jr., Princess Anne my. Notice Call and have your horses clipped at stables of l. Fletcher Scott Accomac c. Price $125.wm. Melvin. Notice i can suit you in horse Sand mules 40 head to select from. All Young and Good t. Taylor jr., my. For Sale a Fine lot of slip seed. For prices write to the undersigned. W. Rue i Belle a a every woman who takes Pride in her appearance should see our new Spring ready to Wear garments. In style they Are absolutely Correct yet they Are distinctive and differ any others you will see. In Qualric and fit they Are positively unexcelled. Spring coat suits skirts silk dresses White dresses House dresses waists silk undershirts underwear. We Are also shoeing All the Correct new dress fabrics for Spring an summer 1911, embracing Novelty suiting Wash goods French Gingham lawns Silks linens and the largest line of foulard Silks we have Ever exhibited. It is your duty to see the new Spring goods and our pleasure to show them to you. W. Dickinson m son Pocomoke City watch this space for our Spring opening announcement. Our specialities for 1911. Michael Stern & co. & Hart Schaffner & Marx s clothing j. B. Stetson co s soft and stiff hats walk Over and Excelsior shoes and r oxfords. Emory shirts. I q Mill outfitter for men a ? d. Iii is t boys and children. Onancock a. 1 Are you in Al juju by i doors windows blinds Cement Lime hair flooring ceiling facings siding or moulding of any kind if so write or phone Ashburn & King 1 Pocomoke = Maryland. I they have a full line of every i thing thoroughly seasoned Andi ready for your Trade solicited. I s. Thomas & co., boots shoes and trunks. The shape the Wear the Quality of our shoes have made us popular for three generations. Thomas & co., 240 main Street Norfolk a. E. tailor. Pocomoke City my. Visit Accomac c. A. Every court Day attention canners we represent on the Eastern Shore that Jarge and Well known s2 canned goods commission Honse of Bel air md., Smith Webster company. Q we can handle your account on the most favourable terms fur a Nish you supplies at the lowest Market Price for season delivery and j5 have Ever possible facility for getting you the top of the Market for 22 your canned goods. � write or phone us at a. Kiev Elakad White s co. Salisbury my. E k. Townsend breeder of the american Beauty r. A. Comb Kellerstraus Strain Crystal r. I. Reds. Also White Orpington. Stock and eggs for Sale. A limited number of set eggs from first pen of Tings of eggs for Sale at Choice mating $1.50 per $3.00 per setting of 15 eggs setting of 15 $5.00 per Fertility guaranteed. 100 Utility Stock setting. Horntown Accomac county Virginia. Lloyd Cal Baine druggists Pocomoke City my. Dealers in drugs druggist sundries toilet articles stationery and fancy goods out Glass jewel Ryand silverware chinaware and glassware. Sherwin Williams and John Lucas paints. Garden and Field seeds in season. Special attention Given to mail and phone orders. Lloyd & Blaine Pocomoke City Maryland

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