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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - March 27, 1907, Big Stone Gap, Virginia T. B. Quinby at Tomey at Law offices Accomac o. And Onancock will be at court House wednesdays and court Days. Prompt attention to All business. J. W. A. Blacks tone. J. A. Bundick Blackstone amp bus Dick. Attorneys at Law. Accomac c. H., a. Will practice in All the slate courts. Thos. W. Russel. Attorney at Law Accomac c. 11., a. Practices in the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. N. B. Wescott. B t. Gunter or. Wescott a Gunter. A11 Orneys at Isi offices Krooni a Ltd 11., and at Home of n. R. We Mapps bunt. Practice in nil courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. L. Floyd Nook. Attorney at Law Mill notary Public Accomac 0. A. \ a. Will practice in All courts of acco Oliac and Northampton counties. Prompt attention to All business. James 11 Fletcher. Or. Att Ruev at . A Accomac it. A. A. A practice. I All the courts of acco Mae Mal pm t a Tupton counties. Otho f. M Kars. Attorney at Law. Bastille. Northampton county. A. Will practice in the courts of a worn in Aud n Myrtha Hopton. Stewart k. Powell. Attorney at Law will practice in All the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. Office Onancock. A. Will be at Accomac 0. H., every wednesday and court Days. L. J. Harmanson. W. M. Sturgis drs. Harmanson a Sturgis Onancock a. Will visit Barkeley second monday of each Mouth. Office hours from u a. A. To 5 p. M. Volume Xvi a com a c a saturday july 25 1 Silfin number 3 engr j. F Wilson. Is fruit and produce commission merchant Liti Dock st., Philadelphia satisfactory references Given. Correspondence solicited. Stencils furnished of application John j. Guthrie with a 1-2. Seward a a. Co., produce commission merchants for the Sale of Sweet and Irish potatoes fruits pens berries vegetables 4c. 23 amp 25 s. Gay Street Baltimore my. Shipping letter j h. S. 1st re Fero Niksz citizens National Bank of Baltimore also the leading business House of this cltv.�. Is Kepier amp co. Produce o Suimin Safiu -�?jserchaui�1, South st., Aud Bowly a wharf. Baltimore. Swoot potatoes a specially. Shipping Lotter ii j. E. Whittington n. J. Ward my a. A so re pm wholesale produce dealer and commission Jug merchant j. R. Whittington i co., wholesale fruit and produce a a merchants no. 7 e. Camden Street shipping letters a a a. E. Baltimore my. Rife Runco traders National Bank. . B. Leatherbury dentist a Onancock. office hours from 9 a. In. To 5 p. M. Or. S. A Ward dentist Belle Haven. A. Bridge and Crown work a specially. Do. Walter c. Ames dentist a Pungoteague \ All the latest improved methods of Crown and Bridge work a specially. D. Frank White a county a Parks lev. Accomac county offers a services to citizens of Accomac and Northampton. Thoroughly equipped with latest and Best instruments. Edward l. Anderson. Surveyor. Belle Haven. Accomac co., a. Pm Ksir Active dual toss. 0. Box 981. Shipping letter 0 Bill timbre my. 2east Pratt Street. Bal Timovic my. Shipping letter x in in Lurtz it to Quot. To to t"1 Hullt toll actin now it Wilt 1� a u Wlms Survey us Jon. I it rom it Elf. Una at met dvrs to w m Needles. L. F. , j. Franklin City n. P., Gen l con a vey Ancer Ana by i adjuster of and Cohen a Rof claims. Needles 4 Wilson. Real estate fire insurance building and loan association agents. Franklin City. Accomac county. \ a you must have time it is an absolute necessity in these Days of railroads and push to one Caa afford to be without a timepiece considering too How cheap they Are. The Only question is. Where you shall buy it. 1 make it a decided object for you to buy it of me you save More than i make by it. Also All aids of from Tine Diamond Good to the Lcy it expensive Grade in every Day use. Always up with the latest styles. Silverware s exceed Melv cheap now. Everything in that line Yon can get of me at prices to suit you. John w. Duncan jeweler North Street Onancock a Viatches clocks jewelry of All kinds and prices spectacles. Silverware amp a. Kelly nou Ingham i Kellam general insurance agents a and dealers in e buggies mowing machines the rambler bicycle and other of makes tombstones &c., amp a. Onancock. A. To. F. Ewell 1�. D. Druggist a Parksley 1 it Faler in drugs. Chemicals t0ile1 and Iancy articles Fine soaps perfumes Patent medicines Combs brushes of All kinds Flavouring extracts syringes face powders sponges amp a. A at lowest go prescriptions carefully compounded Day or night. A by Sun Etal it of purr 00. Incorporated under the Laws of Maryland. Importers of foreign fruits general commission merchants. S. W. Cor. Pratt and South sts., Baltimore it id. If shipping letters m. F. Co. Fruit Aud produce commission merchants. 327 Washington st a lev y Ork. Shipping no. 103. Reference a a. James Trow is j. James lock Tville l. It. Watson l Hughert John a. Fisher in Stville ins. A. Hull Martsh Market l. T. Parker Horntown grew York National Exchange rank Yew . B. Downes amp co., fruit and produced 3lackstqne amp Bell Accomac c. Ft., drug-61 its a full line of fancy articles. Drugs oils paints seeds ofcc., kept on hand at lowest mss a 329 Washington Street new York. Irish and Sweet potatoes specialities. E. C. Palmer a. W. Frost fas Semb amp my successors to Paukner Rivenburg 4 co., wholesale commission merchants for the Sale of fruits berries peas Sweet Aud Irish potatoes poultry 4c 203 Washington Street new York. No soliciting agent employed. A dealings direct with the shipper. Prompt returns. Established ism. W. A. Burton with. E. Due years sons. A commission merchants in a Yit and a Rodune a 119 Warren Street new York. Southern fruits and vegetables a specially. Shipping no. 35. Established 1805.s h-1e h Frost 103 Park place new York. Shippers Confer with us before forwarding your crops our advice May be beneficial. Reference Irving National Bank n. 1. Represented by l. J. Savage Onley , Exmore. A write for stencils shipping cards Etc. Geo. E. Winder with i. Justis amp co., commission my chants 8 e. Camden st. Baltimore. Sweet potatoes a specially. Fruits vegetables and produce shipping letter a agents for the Pungoteague and Cashville Farmers associations. No drummers employed. W.r.byrd, commission merchants in Early fruits vegetables terrapins wild fowl eggs poultry and All kinds of 122 Cheapside shipping letter a Fleury p. Beyer. L. F. Whitaker. Beyer Whitaker amp co., commission merchants special ties Sweet and Irish potatoes onions eggs poultry 4c. No. 225 bowlers wharf , mls. Sui i Ixo letters b. W. Juick sales and prompt returns. Reference Cali. R. L. Perkins in t yearn or w. A Byrd r. L. Perkins 4 co., a wholesale commission merchant. A dealer in fish oysters claps and country produce. Irish amp Sweet potatoes specialities. 2� e. Camden ht., Baltimore my shipping letters a a a. Bonnewell agent . Ii. F. Kilmon agent rues wharf. W.p.custis&oo., produce commission merchants eggs poultry wild fowl clams peas berries cabbage amp a. Sweet and Irish potatoes specialities. 222 amp 225 bowlers wharf Baltimore my. Reference Peoples Bank of Baltimore shipping letter c Zinick sales and prompt r. Winchester amp c0-� successors to Winchester amp Hunt fruit and produce commission merchants Southern produce a spec Salty. 120-128 commercial and i Una tax of of Richmond streets \ a prompt attention to All consignments stencils and shipping instructions furnished on application. Reference fourth Nat. Bank Boston g. J. Spady Gen. At. For Virginia and North h7 Bata Itai Bra. 1 co. Commission merchants Irish 4 Sweet potatoes eggs Beans apples onions poultry game . 108 Murray st., new York. All consignments receive our own personal attention Are sold on arrival at Market prices and All returns Aud checks sent daily. Shipping no. 79 new Cor. Pratt amp Calvert sts., Baltimore my. European plan. Rooms 50 cts., 75 cts. And $1 per Day. This House is now open is entirely new and is. Equipped with All the modern conveniences elevator elec Trie lights electric Call Bells steam heat hats 4c. Bernaad Kilt proprietor. A Christian Mother Rev. Or. draws a touching and faithful picture. Hannah who Mother of Kun Ronolo of he we to Mother the we Intel a lout. Slid we u car Litlo Moi Sim a Tilpo for leu Van. Wasumi Utun july 1�.�?this Radical discourse will no doubt Unver its practical result in Iii us homesteads throughout Christendom. The text was i Samuel ii 10, Quot moreover his Mother made him a Little coat Aud brought it to him from your to year when she came up with her husband to offer the yearly the stories of Dabo Rah and Abigail arc very Apt to discourage a woman s soul she says within herself a it is impossible that i Ever achieve any such grandeur of Clu ureter and 1 Don t menu to try a us though a child should refuse to play Tho eight notes because to cannot execute a a a Williaim Tell. A this Llan Utah of the text differs from the persons 1 just named. She was an Ordinary woman with Ordinary intellectual capacity placed in Ordinary circumstances Aud yet by extraordinary piety standing out before All the Ages to come the Model Christian Mother. Hannah was the wife of a Latiah who was a pure of very much like herself unromantic and Plain never having fought u Buttle or been Tho subject of a marvelous escape. Neither of them would have been called a Genius just what you and i might to that was Ulk Unah and Hannah. Tho brightest time in All Trio history of that family was Tho birth of Samuel. Although to Stur run along the heavens pointing Down to his Birthplace i think the Angels of a Tel stooped at the coming of so wonderful a Prophet. As Samuel had been give in answer to prayer Elkanah and All his family save Hannah started up to Shiloh to offer sacrifices of thanksgiving. The Cradle where the child slept was altar enough for Hannah s grateful Hoart hut when the Tioy was old enough she took him to Shiloh and took three Bullocks and an Epli Ali of flour Aud a bottle of wine and Induc offering of sacrifice Auto the lord and there according to a previous vow Stie left him for there he was to stay All Tho Days of his life und minister in the Suu Toury. Years rolled on Aud every year Hannah a nude with her own hand a garment for Samuel and took it Over to him. The Lud would have got along Well without that garment for 1 suppose he was Well Clad by Tho ministry of Tho Temple but Hannah could not be contented unless she was Nellt Setimo doing something for her Darling boy. , his Mother made him u Little coat Aud brought it to him from year to year when Bhe Curnc up with her husband to offer Tho Hannah. . Hannah stands Lefors you. Then today in the first Pluto As an industrious Mother. There was to need that she work. Elkanah her husband was far from poor. To Beio ged to a distinguished family for the Bible toils a that to was Tho Sou of Jeroham Tho Sou of Elihu the Sou of Toliu. Tho son of Zeph. A who were they Quot you say. I do not know hut they were distinguished people to doubt or their names would not Hugo been mentioned. A Utah might Havo seated herself in her family and with folded arms Aud dishevelled hair read novels from year to year if there had been any to read but when i see her making that garment and taking it Over to Samuel. I know she is industrious from principle As Well us from pleasure. God would not have a Mother become a Drudge or a slave he would have her employ All Tho helps possib1 in this Day in the rearing of her children. But Hannah ought never to to ashamed to to found making a coat for Samuel most mothers need to counsel in this Diro Tiou. The wrinkles on their brow Tho pallor on their Cheek Tho thigh to Mark on their Finger attest that they arc faithful in their Mah a till duties. Tho Bloom and the brightness and Tho vivacity of girlhood have Given place to the grander dignity and usefulness und Industry of motherhood. But there is a heathenism idea getting abroad in Somo of Tho families of americans there Are mothers who banish themselves from the Home Circle. For three fourths of heir maternal duties they Provo themselves incompetent. They Are ignorant of Eliut their children Wear and what their children cat urn what their children rend. They entrust to irresponsible persons these Young immortals and allow Triem to be under influences which May cripple their bodies or tint their purity or spoil their manners or destroy their souls. From Tho awkward Cut of Samuel s coat you know Bis Mother Hannah did not make it. Out from udder flaming chandeliers add off from imported carpets and Down Tho a Rauitch stairs there is coming a great crowd of children in this Day untrained Huuey incompetent for All the practical duties of life ready to be caught in the first whirl of crime and sensuality. Indolent and unfaithful mothers will make indolent and unfaithful children. You cannot expect neatness and order in any House where the daughters Seo nothing but 6lattornliuess and upside Donati Veress in their parents let Ilau Nuh be Idle and most certainly Samuel will grow up Idle. Who Ore the industrious ecu in All our occupations Aud professions who arc they managing the Werosh Oudis of the world building the Walls tuning the roofs weaving the carpets my King the Laws governing the nations making the Earth to quake and heave and your and rattle with Tho tread of Gigantic enterprises who arc they for the most part they descended from industrious mothers who in the old Homestead used to spin their own Yum and weave their own carpets and Plait their own Doormat and Flag their own chairs and do their own work. The Stalwart men and the influential women of this Duy 00 out of 100 of them came from such on illustrious ancestry of hard Knuckles Aud Homespun. And who arc these people in society Light of froth blown every whither of temptation and fashion the paddlers of filthy stories the dancing jacks of political parties the scum of society the tavern lounging store infesting the men of Low Wink and filthy chuckle and brass Breastpin and Rotten associations for the most part they came from mothers Idle and disgusting Tho scandal mongers of society going from House to Lious attending to Ivory Tody s business but their own believing in witches und ghosts and horseshoes to keep Tho Devil out of the churn and by a godless life setting their children on the very Vorge of hell. The mothers of Samuel Johnson and of Alfred Tho Groat and of Insao Newton and of st. Augustine and of Richard Cecil und of president Edwards for Tho most part were industrious Hurd working mothers. Now while i congratulate All Chris tin mothers upon Tho wealth and the modern science which May afford them All kinds of help let me say that every Mother ought to to observant of her Chi Ndreu s walk her children a behaviour her children s food her children s books her children a companionship. However much help Hannah May have 1 think she ought every year at least to make Ono garment for Samuel. The lord have mercy on the Man who is so unfortunate As to have Bud a Luzy Mother her . Again Hannah stands before you today As an intelligent Mother. From the Way in which she Tull cd in this chapter und Way she managed this boy you know she was intelligent. There Aro no persons in n Community who need to be so Wise Ami Well in formed As mothers. Oil this work of culturing children for this world and the next i this child is timid and it must to roused up und pushed out into activities. This child is Forward and he must be held bark and tamed Down into modesty and politeness. Howards for one. Punishments for another. That which will make George will ruin John. The Rod is necessary in one Case while a frown of displeasure is More Thun enough in another. Wei Piug nud a dark closet do not exhaust All Tho rounds of Domestic discipline there Hugo been child Ron who have grown up und gone to glory without Ever having their ours boxed. Of. How much care and intelligence Are necessary in the rearing of children but in this Day. When there Ore so Many books on this subject no Parent is sex Eusiblo in being ignorant of the Best Mode of bringing up a child. If parents knew More of dietetics there would not be so May dyspeptic atom acids und weak nerves and i Unitive livers among children. If parents knew More of physiology there would not be so Many curved spines and Cru Miod Chest and inflamed throats and diseased lungs As there Are among children. If parents know More of Art and wore in sympathy with All Eliut is Beautiful there would not be so Many children coming out in the world with Boorish proclivities. If parents know More of Christ and practice More of his religion there would not be so Many Little feet a Roady starting on the wrong Road Ai l All around us voices of riot and i us Home would not come up with Surh ecstasy of infernal Triumph. The eagles in the Eyrie have to advantage Over the eagles of a thousand years ago. The kids have no Superior Way of climbing up the rocks than the old outs taught them hundreds of years agn. The Ali oops know no More now than did the whelps of Ages ago. They Aro taught to More by the Lions of Tho desert but it is a Shumac that in this Duy when there Are so Many opportunities of improving ourselves in Tho Best manner of culturing children that so often there is no More advancement in this respect than there has been among Tho kids nud the eagles and the whelps. Her Chhuttan character. Again Hannah stands before you today of a Christian Mother. From her prayers and from the Way she consecrated her boy to god i know she was Good a Mother May have the finest culture the most Brilliant surroundings but she is not fit for her duties unless Bhe he a Christian Mother. There May be Well read libraries in the House Ami Jui site music in the parlor und the Canvas of the Best artist adorning Tho Walls and the wardrobe be crowded with tasteful apparel and the children to wonderful for their attainments and make the House ring with laughter and innocent mirth but there is something woefully lacking in that House if it be not also the Ros Leuce of a Christian Mother. I bless god that there Aro not Many Proyor less mothers. Tho weight of responsibility is so great that they feel. A need of a divine a mid to help and a divine voice to Comfort nud a divine heart to sympathize. Thousands of mothers have been led into the kingdom of god by the hands of their Little children. There Aro hundreds of mothers today who would not have been christians had it not been for Tho Prat in of their Little Olios. Standing Somo Day in the Nursery they Bethought themselves a this child god has Given me to raise for eternity. What is my influence upon it not being a Christian myself Law can i Ever expect him to become a Christian. Lord help Mol Quot of Are there us pious mothers who know nothing of the infinite help of religion Beu 1 commend to you Han huh the pious Mother of Samuel do not think it is Asb lately impossible that your children come up iniquitous. Out of just such fair brows Aud Bright eyes Aud soft bands and i Quot Nocent hearts crime gets its victims exit rating purity from the heart and rubbing out the a Moo Buess from the brow and quenching the Luster of the Eye Aud shr Veling up and poisoning and put relying and scathing and scalding Aud blasting Aud burning with shame Aud woo. Every child is a bundle of tremendous possibilities. Aud whether that child shall come Forth in life its heart attuned to the eternal harmonies Ulm after a life of usefulness Oil Earth go to a life of Joy in heaven or whether across 11 shall Jar eternal discords and after a life of wrongdoing on Earth it shall go to a Home of impenetrable darkness ill an abyss of immeasurable plunge is be aug decided by Nursery song und Sabbath lesson and evening prayer and walk and ride Luid look and frown und smile. Of How Many children in glory crowding All the battlements and lifting a million voiced Hosai Inu brought to god through Christian Parent ago i que Hundred and Twenty clergymen were together and they were Lelling their experience and their ancestry and cd Tho one Hundred and Twenty clergymen How Many of them do you suppose us signed As the Means of then conversion the influence of a Christian Moth Crl one Hundred out of the Hundred and Twenty. Philip Doddridge was brought to god by Tho scripture lesson of the dutch Tiloff the Ohi Muey Al replace. The Mother thinks she is ouly rocking a child but it Tho same time she May be rocking the destiny of empires rocking the Tate of nations Roening Tho glories of heaven. Thu same maternal Power that May lift n child up May press a child Down. A daughter came to a worldly Morlier and said she was anxious about her sins and Sho had Boon praying All night the Mother said a ooh Stop praying i Don t believe in praying. Get Over All twice religious notions and ill give you a dress that will Cost five Hundred dollars Aud you May Wear it next week to that the daughter took tin dress and she moved in the Gay Circle the gayest of All thu Gay that night and sure enough All religious impressions wore gone and she stopped praying. A few months after she came to die and in her closing moments said a Mother i wish you would bring me that dress that Cost $300.&Quot the Mother thought i was a very strange request but she brought it to please the dying chill a now a said the daughter Quot Mother hang that Driss on Tho foot of my lied. Quot Aud the dress was Huig there on the foot of the bed. Then the dying girl got up on one Elbow und looked it her Mother and then pointed to the dress and said a Mother that dress is the Price of my of what a momentous thing it is to be a Moth Crl again und lastly Hannah stands before Yon today the rewarded Mother. For All the Coats she made for Samuel for All the prayers she offered for him for the discipline she exerted Over him she got abundant compensation in Tho piety und the us. Fullness and the popularity of her son Samuel and that is True in All every Mother gets full pay for All the prayers and tears in behalf of her children. That Man useful in commercial life that mail prominent in the profession Eliut master Mechanic a Why every step he takes in life Lias an Echo of a Ludness in the old heart that Long ago taught him to to Christian Aud heroic and Earnest. The Story of what you have done or what you have written of the Lulu euro you have exerted Lias gone Buck to Ali old Homestead for Thore is some one always ready to carry Good tidings Aud that Story makes the Noodle in Tho old mothers tremulous hand Fly quicker and the flail in the father s hand come Down upon the Bam floor with a More vigorous thump. Pur cuts Lovo to hear Good news from their children. Do Yon Send them Good news a Hays look out for the Young Man who Spenks of his father As the Quot governor a Tho a Squire Quot or the a old Chap. A a look out tor Tho Young woman who culls her Mother her a maternal ancestor Quot or the Quot old Quot the Eye that mock eth at his father and Refu Soth to obey his Kotlier the Ravens of Tho Valley shall pick it out Aud the. Young cables shall eat it. Quot god Grant that All those parents May Havo the great satisfaction of seeing their Chi Hereu grow up Christiana but of the Pang of that Mother who after a life of Street gadding and gossip retailing hanging of her children Tho Fri Peries and follies of this world sees those children tossed out on the Sou of life like foam on the wave or no entities in a world where Only Brawny and Stalwart character can stud the Shock but blessed he the Mother who looks upon her children As sons and daughters of Tho lord almighty of the satisfaction of Hannah in seeing Samuel serving at the altar of Mother Eunice in seeing her Timothy Learned in the scriptures. That is the mothers recompense to see children coining up useful in the world reclaiming the lost heal Iii the sick pitying the ignorant Earnest and useful in every sphere. That throws a new Light Back ii the old family Bible whenever Sho reads it Aud that will be to soothe the aching limbs of decrepitude Aud Light up the closing hours of life a Day with the glories of an autumnal Sunset. There she sits the old Christian Mother Ripe for heaven. Her eyesight is almost gone but the splendours of the celestial City kindle up her vision. The Gray Light of heaven s morn 1ms struck through the Gray locks which arc folded Back Over the wrinkled temples. She Stoops very much now under the Burden of care she used to carry ter her children. She sits it Home today too old to find her Way to the House of god but while she sits there All the past comes Back and the children Tomt -10 years ago trooped around her armchair with their Little Griefs and Joys and sorrows those children Are Ali gone now some caught up into a better realm where they shall never die Aud others out in the Broad world attesting the exc Elloyce of a Christian mothers discipline. Her lust Days Are full of peace and Calmer and sweeter will her spirit become until the Gates of life shall lift and let Tho workout Pilgrim into eternal springtime Aud youth where the limbs never ache and the eyes never grow dim und the stuff of the exhausted and decrepit pilgrims Samll become the Palm of the immortal athlete. Made Paucar in atoms. The customs prevalent in Madagascar have not been changed since the final establishment of the French protectorate. For instance the latest numbers Tho Gazette of flozelle Hova contain under Tho heading of Quot Market review the following Friday at tananarive slave Little girl 173 francs slave Little boy 100 francs slave grown woman 110 Frai Ca slave grown Viau 75 it is known that slavery As practice by Tho Hova was not exactly the same cruel institution it huh been elsewhere. Still it is Skiver und Tho Liberal papers of Paris Are indignant at the fact that a slave markit should to tolerated by the Freinek officials who Are the r ,1 masters of a the african Island. The Govi in mint records just published show that the expedition Cost France ten h a of 5.5i2 soldiers Alloi whom succumbed to disease with the exception Tif thu killed by Tho enemy s fire. Victory for or Wazac Butu. I i but the decision of the executive in to Pic sent Tho battleship muss Chii i its with a Bronze statue of Victory will be accept i As the most fitting tribute that could be devised. The figure which will to life size will to placed upon the Forward 18 Inch Turret and will make an imposing appearance. It is far Superior to a Silver soup Tureen or something of that sort for the wardroom because it is a gift to the ship. Poor Jack comes in for it As Well As the Habi tues of the Quarter deck besides it is a source of inspiration which will to sure to Tell no the fighting Caliper of Tho Crew. The vessel carrying such a Token will never strike her Flug. A Boston commercial bulletin. Independent order of in North America. The objects and Aims. Information of interest to Temperance workers and those seeking a Refuge from the temptations of Strong drink. The More important object of this association is Mutual Benefit in the exercises of Temperance fortitude and Justice securing to its membership sympathy and Relief in times of sickness and distress and in the event of death the decent Observance of the necessary funeral obsequies and is based upon and seeks the Extension of the principles of total abstinence from All intoxicating drinks. The order has three subordinate branches Viz primary tents composed of White mule persons Between the Ages of 10 and 55 years of age who believe in the existence and omnipotence of god and Are willing to sign our pledge of total abstinence ure eligible to membership. Persons Over age May become honorary members. Female tents composed of White females 12 years of age and upwards a Junior Branch of boys from 12 to 10 years and juvenile tents for children of both sexes Between the Ages of 5 and 10 year. Each Branch bus a service especially Dup cd. It has been found that by working in separate brandies of the organization there is More Freedom of action than when All Ages and sexes Are thrown together. Each Branch of the order is represented in the higher body and a fostering care is exercised Over All alike. Thus with the men and women girls and boys All United under one head the i. O. Of r. Is Asun irresistible army moving on to Victory. The order has and will continue to prove a Blessing to our country not Only in proving an Asylum Forth reformed drunkard but by inducing the sober and religious part of the Community to unite in Benu ring the rising generation from the evils of intemperance and ultimately band Down to generations yet unborn the benefits of sobriety. A a Nam out sly i Aud place of x test la Ai Toa Moo aug 70 Accomac Saxis fray Mccu Aalto Ball Atlantic Isi Isiord Satu Rili Quot l oco Tuzuko Accomac Tuu Raday a a cars Villu Morav to suture by g. T. Hull a Alory Gullot Quot Quot grog Road sails iwo Uca a Tocu Ahall �z0 Alliance d oco Moko Itu Oschay Quot Lisa co st Aid Isu Mlay a a Psia Rubylou Suu Tord thu today a Ladva Uco Sulla Sun Lay a it a a Aux a _ ten or More persons Are necessary for the formation of a now tent a larger number will lesson the costs to each. Election of of kicks. Officers for following tents of i. O. Rech bites were elected it late meetings. Acme tent no. Is Melissa e. Glenn. Slie pardons Effie Reed p. 0. R. Florence Phillips c. A Annie Lewis d. A Eleanor Lewis r. S. Geo. W. . R. Amelia Lewis Troas. Ii. Corbin Levite Vesta Miles 1. G., Nora Evans 0. Melissa Glenn representative to District tent. Accomac tent no. 7 a Noah t. Miles Shepherd Sydney Furniss p. C. R. Lee r. Young c. A j. Hill r. S. L. . S. Jus. , treas. L. F. Marshall Levite n. E. Miles i. Robt. Marshall o. Jos. Cutler chaplain l. Hill representative to District tent. Annex tent of. B. Moore Shepherd Mary Miles p. O. R. Hattie Phillips c. R. Goldie Miles d. R. Zorie Phillips k. S. W. . S. E. B. Moore t. Gertrude Marshall lev. Worle Martin i. Lillie Martin o. Arabian tent Henry Riggin Shepherd j. B. Cutler p. C. U. Waverly g. Glenn c. R. Leland Hill d. R. Joe Rhodes lev. E. B. Moore t. Z Accomac tent no. 70 ordered for two widows of deceased Brothers a barrel of family flour for each and to another two pairs of shoes also some clothing for a Mother and child. The fair of Mear Sivile tent was a grand Success. A pleasant Day a Large crowd of people present and their arms kept in perpetual motion and the Good things disappeared. The next news from Mear Sivile Tont will he a new Hall Geo. W. . A. Davis amp co., wholesale dealers into attn Aii Fine a liars n. E. Cor. Howard amp German its. Baltimore my. Represented by Frank w. Byrd. Mt1 i i i cum Miusiu a 308 n. Eutaw Street Baltimore my. Mrs. Lillian m. Nelson prop. Permanent transient and table Board $1 per Day and upwards. Special rates by the week or month. W. Chilton withrda7ib b. Taylor amp co manufacturers and dealers in Plain stamped and stops s Hollowware 26 s. Whf Fly st., Baltimore my. To

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