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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - March 24, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Peninsula Enterprise 40hw w. Edmonds editor and owner. Too Oman court House a entered at the Post office at a com amp co. Va., As second class matter. Saturday april 8, 1911/ to representative Carter Glass opened his Campaign for the United states Senate in the City of Richmond on Friday night of last week in an address bitterly arraign ing the a a machine a and charging it with All Bort of crimes. His remarks Are reported As being Well received and confined almost to what others had done notably governor Mann and senator Swanson both of whom came in for a Good Deal of criticism but much deferred As to the latter he said until he could meet him on the platform and could say it to his face. His reason for being a candidate is Given in the following extract from his address a because of a definite personal conviction that a there is something Rotten in the state of Denmark a a to a full realization of which the people of this Commonwealth need to be aroused with a View of having them apply the remedy and make this again a a government of the people by the people and for the people a a a and we mistake the temper of the people if the same a personal conviction does not control enough of them when the Light is fully turned on to apply the a a remedy which will destroy the a a machine which now dominates the affairs of the state in the interest of a few officeholders. The sixty second Congress met in extra session last tuesday. Representative Champ Clark of Missouri was elected speaker and in accepting the Honor warned the democratic members that the party was on trial with the Opportunity of winning a still higher expression of Confidence on the part of the american people and outlined the measures through which the party can continue to enjoy it in part As follows a intelligent revision of the Tariff election of United states senators by popular vote changes in the House rules to permit proper consideration of Public measures Economy in handling the purse strings of the country the publication of Campaign contributions and the Early admission of new Mexico and Arizona to e in. The afternoon of wednesday the message of the president dealing with the single subject the Canadian reciprocity agreement and recommending Ita enactment was received and read in the House. The president insists that the ratification of the treaty at once is the Plain duty of the members of the House. It should be passed upon promptly but it is up to demo Crata to say whether action in the matter should not be preceded by other legislation of equal importance. There is a reckoning coming for the owners of the new York building in which 150 persons mostly Young women lost their lives a few Days ago the place was a fire trap inadequately provided with fire escapes and safety appliances. Such slim Means of exit As did exist had been partitioned off or boarded up. It seems inconceivable that in the chief City of the country which prides itself upon its government such a condition of affairs could be permitted to exist. A rigid investigation is promised after 150 have paid the penal to for some ones criminal carelessness. Hon. W. A. Jones at Coom amp a c. I in Mem Orlam. The Hon. William a. Jones rep-1 in Loving remembrance of my dear re tentative from this District and a daughter Ora Poulson hears who candidate for the Senate against sen i gently fell asleep in Jesus five years Ator Martin addressed a Large and ago March 28th, 1900.silently tenderly there the Birds sing and where the Sweet Flowers come with the Spring with grasses to cover her Pillo w Blest. And Blue skies above her we Laid her to rest. Enthusiastic audience at Accomac o. H., monday. Tidewater he stated in his opening remarks had not had a senator since 1861 and entitled to it for that reason but he put his claims to the position on other grounds. He was in the contest atthe Call of thousands a it of voters from every Section of the state who were tired of the machine methods by which the affairs of the state were run by about a half dozen men with senator Martin As their Leader and he entered the fight with Lull knowledge of the Odds that he bad to reckon with in having against Bim 95 per cent of the officials of the state and thousands of voters whose names had been illegally placed upon the registration books. Or. Jones discussed both state and Federal questions and was very severe id his arraignment of the Mahine of which he declared senator Martin was the recognized heat. Referring to the appointment of persons to the positions of Honor Aud Trust in the state he said the endorsement of the great Mogul of the party at his Headquarters in w Ashing ton was always necessary to ensure Success and spoke of the humiliation to which Many even judg6s,had subjected themselves in seeking it that the Loor of Opportunity for that reason was closed to Many deserving and Smriti us Young men too proud to ask favor of him. Answering the declaration of some that Martin was a Man that a does things a he as9trted, that he was either dumb or dodged when important matters were before the Senate that Money appropriated for improve rents at Hampton and Newport news had been secured by him and that senator Mariin failed to add a Dollar to the Bill when it reached the Senate that while he had secured Over $150,000 for improving the water ways of the Eastern Shore senator Martin had nothing to his credit exc it the Effort to get pay for churches to the amount. Of about $3,000, in which he had failed and that he had made no More Effort to secure these appropriations than he had. He denounced fusion ism in Norfolk county and declared that the democratic Boss of Norfolk City and the Republican Boss of Norfolk City Alvah h. Martin member of the Republican National committee were working Side by Side for senator Martin. He referred to the famous Ocean View meeting of August last when senator Martin standing Between these two Bosses had declared great Deal has been said about the Boss of Norfolk and said Quot if there is a Boss i am glad to number him a Moag my friends if there is a machine i am proud to be a member of it if there is a ring i am proud to be a member of it. In this connection the speaker called attention to the recent meeting of be county committee of Isle of Wight presided Over by colonel Fen on Day the father in Law of senator Martin where it was decided to permit All White republicans to participate in democratic primaries and to do so even if their names were not upon the list of those who had paid their taxes. This he said was not the Only county in the District where similar action had been taken. Or. Jones charged that the revenues from the Oyster Industry had steadily fallen off for the past four years. The net Revenue he said had fallen from $66.000 in the season ending october 1907, to $23,000 for last year and he asked How Long at this rate would it be before the people of the state would have to put their hands in their pocket to pay the expenses of Admiral Leeds yacht. Or. Jones criticized at length senator Martins ship subsidy record. He also read an editorial from the the deadlock in the new York legislature was broken last week by the election to the United states Senate of judge James of Gorman a Man of High Legal attainments and unblemished character say the daily press of that state. He is regarded As a progressive Democrat and sound on the Groat issues now claiming Public Atten Tiona election of senators by the peo pie reciprocity with Canada revision of the Tariff downward and regulation of the trusts and combines. Litlie by Little the abuse of Railroad privileges grown to enormous proportions is being trimmed by the interstate Commerce commission. Its recent decision requiring the roads to Stop discrimination in focal carrying rates is a Gratifying evidence of priv Gre Sion to Effird fair and treatment of All shippers. Impart Fannie Crosby the famous hymn writer who has just reached her 91st rear and possesses excellent health bends this Beautiful message to the country a let everyone strive to make this world a Little happier for other people that is the Best sentiment and the truest gospel i can give the income tax amendment to the Constitution is bound to come. It is just and is constantly growing in popular support. It has already been favourably acted upon by the Legislatures of Twenty six states and hut nine More states Are required to make the amendment part of the Constitution. The report of George w. Koiner. Commissioner of agriculture shows that in 1908 with 4,030,300 acres under cultivation the state produced $129,000,000 of values while in 1910 with Only 3,350,000 acres in cultivation the production was $236,000,000. According to a news item in a local afternoon paper senator Martin will refuse to meet congressman Jones on the stump in joint debate owing to his wife a objections. It is hardly believed that he will accept the Challenge of Jones. Softly Aud tenderly under the Sod she is at rest on the bosom of god where Bright Days of summer Uehr fade at eve no sin to overcome her no cares to Grieve. Tearfully tenderly we gazed on her face of All Earth a sorrows there was not a Trace but a peace Only Given to hearts that Are pure t he Sweet peace of heaven that forever endures. Lovingly and tenderly we Laid her to rest. Away from Earth a sorrows and cares. We Trust she Jug waiting to Welcome us Home and the blessings of heaven to share. Although five years have passed since we last looked on that precious face yet we miss her still. The Home is not what it used to be and the vacant chair can never be filled. One lt-39 at Home the charmed Circle broken a dear face missed Day by Day from its usual place but cleansed saved perfected by a Grace one More in heaven. One less on Earth i its pain its sorrow and its toils to a share one less the pilgrims daily Cross to Bear one More the Crown of the Blest to Wear at heme in heaven. By her Mother. Poulson va., March 28th, 1911. Spring opening millinery and notions. I have returned from the Olty with a full line of up to Date millinery and notions. Opening Days March 29 and 30. Mrs. P. Yingling a Parksley a. Successor to miss l. Phillips. Spring millinery. This is to inform my friends and the Public generally that i am Home again from the cities with a Large and Well selected Stock of millinery notions and suits and to cordially invite you to Call and look them Over before purchasing elsewhere. They Are now open for your inspection and i think i can suit you. Respect Nily mrs. M. V. Mears Bloxom a. Resolutions of respect. Whereas almighty god in his do Vine Wisdom and omniscience Deer Nad it a part of his predestinated and immutable plan to remove from the communion of a Devol family front the midst of Loving friends and irom the Circle of fraternal secrecy our dearly Elered brother Friend and counsellor Warren h Young on the first Day of March Anno Domini Nineteen Hundred and eleven and has taken his Strong spirit of integrity Justice love and truth from its weak and suffering Temple of earthly Clay and placed it where Only Angels dwell in that strongest of temples a the new Jerusalem in that building not made with hands founded on the a Rock of Ages a eternal in the heavens where his earthly sufferings Are no. More and where his spirit in Ever beckoning us upward to join that celestial fraternity above which sings that everlasting song and glad Hosanna to Christ our King be it resolved that we As committee respectfully submit this Mem Priam to Seaside Council no 49, Junior order american mechanics for their approval and adoption with the recommendation that a copy be placed with the archives of our Council and another sent to the bereaved family of the deceased also its publication in the county paper. Respectfully submitted w. G. Lang j t. Sharpley Chas. U. Pilchard. Committee. Get an All Wool tailor made suit to t a a i a u will fit for Spring from Bloxom news Leader in which it was stated br0 Mappsville our Philadelphia a list senator Martin had voted More a representative or. C. A. Bastion frequently Wito senator Aldrich when i will be at our �?Ttor0 Perklay and 8at�?T the Payne Aldach Tariff Bill was an Urdaz april 7 and 8. . St Der consideration than any other democratic senator save Only the two Louisiana Senatori an editorial from that at the opening of the 62d Congress tuesday Hon. W. A. Jones was accorded the 1 Lionor of selecting his own seat in the Hall of the House of representatives on account of his Long service in that body. The democratic organization swept Ultimore in the primary election tues a and succeeded in nominating James. Preston for mayor by a plurality of 239 Over mayor j. Barry Mahool. He also read paper under the caption of a who is this Man Martin a the speech occupied two hours in its delivery and elected much applause. The audience apr geared to be overwhelmingly with the speaker. J urday april 7 and 8. Quality style and fit guaranteed done to forget the dates. Come Early. New Milln sry. Announcement. New store and fixtures at the old Heath store. Opening Days wednesday and thursday to the voters of Lee District april 5th amp 6th. I announce my Elf As a candidate it m. For re election to the office of s Tper-1. Few ? millinery and trimmings visor for said District subject to the democratic primary. A. Dressmaking department in respectfully building managed by mrs. 4 6-11. Thus. W. Blackstone. S1�?o.3�?��?T e81.1. A me. voor _. A his self fitting tailor system. A the Public cordially invited to inspect to my friends and fellow citizens of our Btu a of so m Lee magisterial District i dressmaking. Y to i take this method of announcing myself a candidate for the office of 1 dressmaking. I mrs. Annie t. Ames amp co., Pungoteague a. Millinery notice. Supervisor of said District subject to he democratic primary. I will greatly appreciate the support of my fellow citizens and if honoured with thi9 important Trust i Promise in return to discharge the duties of the office to the beat of my ability for the Good i have returned from the City with a of All the people. Full line of millinery and notions and respectfully j will have same open for inspection on g. S. Walter. And after to the voters of Accomac county having had 12 years experience n assisting the commissioners of the county in their work. I have decided to become a candidate for commissioner of Revenue for the upper Parish Aud later through the press and in person will Call on All the voters of the county to present my claim. I will appreciate it if All voters would refrain from committing themselves until said claims Are presented. Thanking you in Advance for your support i remain yours very truly Parksley a. V. S. Deitrick. To the voters of Accomac Northampton and Princess Anne counties i hereby announce that i am a candidate for the office of a Bate senator subject to the democratic primary. If elected to that office i Promise to discharge the duties faithfully and impartially. Very respectfully s. James Turlington. To the democratic voters of Accomac Northampton and Princess Anne counties i hereby and ounce myself a candidate for the office of senator from the 37th senatorial District of Virginia sub Jet to the methods of Suomi Tion to be adopted by the democratic Paity. Very sincerely yours g Walter Mapp to the democrats of Accomac county 1 hereby announce that i am a candidate to represent this county in the next House of delegates subject to the primary. I respectfully solicit your support. J. W. G. Blackstone. March 29th. I have also added to my line of millinery a full line of Lacea embroideries appliques Aad ladies ready made underwear which is new open for inspection. Cell and get Prias before purchasing elsewhere. Respectfully a mrs. C. M. Byrd. Keller a. Spring and summer the Trade is invited to our opening april 4th and 6th, of the newest and most exclusive de Sigus in a trimmed and tailored hats Ever shown at miss l l. By oxom a Onancock a. 1911. 1911. Spring opening. You Are cordially invited to attend our Spring opening of v millinery on wednesday and thursday april 5th and 6th. Our display of millinery is larger than Ever before. Yours for business e. F. Guillette Temperanceville a. Spring and summer millinery. This is to announce that i have just returned from Northern cities with a full line of up to Date Spring and summer millinery also ladies underwear. A opening Days 3rd and 4th of april. Thanking Yon for past favors and soliciting a continuance of same Yery respectfully mrs. Jas. A. Winder Keller a. S. J. Thomas amp co., boots shoes and trunks. The shape the Wear the Quality of our shoes have made us popular for three generations. Stew semis a styles Are now open for your inspection. When in our town make 240 main st Norfolk va., a Headquarters. A millinery �1 dressing. Miss Flora k. Taylor wishes to announce that she has a most Beautiful line of Spring and summer millinery and will be ready to serve her customers on and after april 6, 1911. Kindly Call and inspect her goods before baying elsewhere. Fashionable dressmaking under the management of misses Alice Henry and Helen Tull in the same building. New Church a. Near the depot. Millinery display. April 4th, 5th, 6th, tuesday a wednesday thursday. Also a full line of lingerie and notions. Thanking my friends and the Public for their kind patronage in the Post i solicit a continuance of the same. 8incerely yours mrs. E. A. Merrill. Onancock a. Millinery notice i am now Home from the City with a full line of merchandise and millinery especially the latter and will be pleased to have you Call and inspect my Stock. My Spring opening will be the 7th and 8th of april Home and get Mooc easter Bonnet. I also have a new and up to Date Milliner. Very respect Nily mrs. 0. A. German Hailwood Spring opening. The greatest furniture matting9, tugs Art squares and carpet Sale that Ever happened m this sect Otu will open up at Leatherbury Belote amp cons big store next thursday april 13th. And continue f it a j is five Day. $23.50�?9x12 Axminster or velvet Art Squy ies for $16.98 All other items in proportion in their furniture 0 summer millinery. I am just Home from the Northern Cut web with a full line of Spring and summer millinery. Home and look at line before you any As i think i can suit you both in style and Price. My opening Days will be april 3rd and 4th. Thanking a. Friends for past favors solicit the con Inu Anoe of same. Yours respectfully miss Clara e Duer Painter a. Mrs. O. Doughty will exhibit a full Lino of up to Date pattern hats in latest shades and styles. April 8th, 7bh and 8.h., 1911, at the old stand of mrs. G. E. Mears Wachapreague Virginia. Spring millinery. You Are cordially invited to visit oar Honse and inspect a Fine line of trimmed and untrimmed. It ats together with a Beautiful collection of millinery novelties. Your patronage solicited. Misses m. Amp l. E. Doughty Belle Haven a. William s. Ashby a wit likes Berwanger amp co., a clothiers 8, 10 a 12 e. Baltimore st tailors Baltimore my. Furnished for All who buy medicines. The guarding of your health is a duty of sufficient importance to demand your unceasing vigilance. Fart of this duty a a to be sure you get Only the purest and Best medicines arid that is where our drug store is doubly valuable to you. We sell Only drugs of the highest quasi Ltd and at the same time our prices Are very reasonable our medicines Are reliant prescriptions with the exact amounts of the right for pure an. A a of Fisakis a prices Are very reasonable. Our medicines Are reliable. We fill doctors a is with the exact amounts of the right drugs called and fresh and in full strength. We cordially invite you to bring your prescriptions to us buy your toilet Arti Praia ii Evite you to Oring your Frese options to us buy your toilet articles and sick room necessities of us and come to us for ail drug store supplies that you May need. Send the children they Are treated with just As much Courtesy As the grown folks. Full Supply of new and reliable Garden seed just received. A Quality bargains that a our motto. Respectfully or. J. T. Sledge amp co., Parksley a. Druggists Kempel amp Armiger exclusive merchant tailors 215 East Fayette st., Baltimore my. All the latest weaves and fabrics. Our Many customers throughout Accomac county attest to the Superior workmanship and fit of our garments. Our representative or. Geo. S. Kemp will be glad to show you through the line. Spring opening. The Public is cordially invited to attend my Spring and summer opening april Lith 12th and 13 the. My display is larger than eve before. Yours respectfully miss Jana j. Justice Horntown a. 0re you in 0 hurry a for doors windows. Blinds Cement Lime hair flooring ceiling facings siding or moulding of any kind if so write or phone Ashburn amp King v Pocomoke Fla Ryland. They have a full line of every things thoroughly seasoned and ready for shipment. Your Trade solicited. Your easter wants have been carefully looked after. Whether it be a suit Raincoat hat neckwear gloves shirts in fact every article to be found in an up to Date clothing hat and furnishing goods store has been provided to fill your every want. We know you Are going to Purchase some of these articles then Why not tee our line before so doing. A we Are More confident we can please you. We want your Trade can we sex copy suit ,9i, pact you yours truly. I. Merrill co., a one Price clothiers a Pocomoke my. The Hooie o e. W. Polk merchant tailor. Pocomoke City my. Will visit Accomac c. A. Every court Dav to the Public. This is to give notice that we sell ready made clothes and. Clothes Cut to order and will have a first class tailor at our place every saturday afternoon to take your order. We also carry a full line of Spring styles of hats and Caps and shoes of All kinds oxfords from $1.59 to $5.00. With a desire to please we solicit your patronage. Somers amp Somers Bloxom a. F base Ball goods Quot our line of base Ball goods is now Complete. Every article sold tally guaranteed. The line comprise a the Folia Wing a Catcher mitts 25c to $ 8 00 baseman a mitts 25c. To 3.50 fielders Glove 25c. To 4.00 base balls 5c. To 1.25 masks 250. To 4.00 shoe plates 25c. Bats 10c. To 1.00 breast protectors base Ball guides score books for Sale. Twenty pure bred Berkshire pigs i registered and abstract of ownership goes with each pig. They Are from the noted Biltmore and Premier strains Long growth kind. The sows Are unsurpassed for i prolific Acy and As careful nurses and Good suckers. Their flesh is of the highest Quality of pork containing a larger promotion of finely marbled lean and fat than of any other Breed i w ill ship every pig subject to sex lamination. If not satisfactory in1 every particular can be shipped Back i to me at my expense. I done to want i the Money unless the customer is satisfied. R. S. Young Onley a. Attention canners we represent on the Eastern Shore that Large and Well known canned goods commission Honse of Bel air md., Smith-we5ster company. % we can handle your face omit on the most favourable terms fur Nieh Yon supplies at the lowest Market Price for season delivery and have Ever possible facility for getting Yon the top of the Market for your canned goods. Write or phone us at once. J. Cleveland White 5 co., Salisbury my. Bicycles. We wish to say that we keep at All times for Sale at the lowest possible margin of profit the following goods feeds Corn Oats Hay and middling. Flour we Are now working on our be cold car Load since february. Building materials shingles lathe Lime bricks and Cement. Standard Quot and Keils a it with farm implements planet or. Cultivators and Standard sprayers. We Are Headquarters for the leading bicycles Viz the Rackele. Iver Johnson ?�?~----3�?1 Alet us Send you catalogues new i to have a Complete assortment of sizes and values in screen doors and guarantee Viz 3years on the famous window screens and screen wire. Recycle Crank Hanger. T oar Stock of general merchandise is Complete and Well selected. New Stock of 15 wheels just arnved All equipped with g. Amp j. Clincher tired. Let is show Yon. The Busy Corner Bloxom bros., Mappsville a. W. P. Bell amp go., sub agents Accomac a. Attention housewife. 100. 10o. To 25c. We sell the official Ball used in the Porfil b series. It has a Cork Center. It is the Only perfect Ball made. Price $125. Sem lamp for catalogue. Upon receipt of Price we will Send Yon any article listed. E. R. Allaband Parksley a. Spring is Here and House cleaning is vow a Sunder Way and yen will want to fix up 50c. To 10.00/0 few of those rooms so Why not make 1ftn Triem Jook Niemey. Tool and Sweet by giving them a new dressing of Wall paper. Chur Spring Stock is now ready for vow inspection. Prices from 6c. Web a t. S. Hopkins a amp co., Tasley a. the clerks office of the circuit court of the county of Accomac on the 4th Day of april. A. D., Mil. Warner Ames executor of the last will and testament of Henry l. Crockett deceased. Plaintiff. Against Matthew j. Gallagher. Defendant. Buy All unbroken oils you clo Sot use a r. Allaband Parksley a. J. A. Kem Odle practical Tinner slate and Sheet Metal worker and sanitary plumber now located at Parksley and respectfully solicits the this proceeding sold for the purpose of satisfying it and med patronage of the Public. That the defendant Matthew j. net a resident of the state of Virginia it is ordered the object of this suit is to recover judgment against the said defendant in Faver of the said plaintiff for the sum of $249.85. With interest lend me a a Jim my Roan is sick horse a stove repairing a specially. A lightning rods furnished that he do appear Here within fifteen Days after due publication Hereof and do what May be necessary to protect his interest in this suit. And it is further ordered that a copy Hereof be % w. A i put Pat a reasonable paper published in the county of Accomac and Tripp and that a copy be posted at the front door of a estimates cheerfully furnished and satisfaction guar Spring ploughing and planting must be done on Tim a the Bell t 1 e phone will Brig you help implements and sup Ali s. Nothing the gives such All a Rownd and Comfort to farm life. Our r ral line plan makes it easy for you to Havo a Telephone. Send for a co Katy to Day. The Diamond state Telephone company a copy Teste wan John d. Grant or. Clerk. John d. Onul or. Clark. An teed

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