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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Peninsula a Enterprise John w. Edmonds. Editor and owner. To combo co Ort House. A. A owl it the Pont Oflyn a a Quot us c h a a. a cooed Cly a. Matter. Neighbourhood notes. Onancock miss Annie s. Miller saturday. November 21. 1908. Sale advertised in Enterprise. Wednesday november 25th, by we. Hargis near Onley mutes cows potato bed frames a. Thurs Lav november 26th, by mrs. 0. Fibber. Near Assawoman. Horses hogs Cornac. Thursday november 26. Near fungo team. By g. B. Hoffman.6 Borses a and Colts farming implement a. Saturday november 28, at Quot Aba Prague by Lee b. Kellam sheriff Sturgeon outfit amp a. Monday. November 30. At Warba Prague by j. Brooks Mapp admr., household effects. Wednesday. December 2. Near Orad Rockville by 8. T. Bull cattle sheep , Cornac. Thursday. December 3d. By George Caruth re at Painter horses hogs Corn farming implements a. Tuesday december sch by James Duncan near Pallie Miles bogs farming implements a. Tuesday. December 8. Near Pungoteague by Geo. Boggs r. 8 Bull and w. Pitts Rogers Adrus. Several Fine horse mule corp a. Thursday december 10, near Jenkins Bridge by Joseph w. Taylor mules potato bed frames co farming implements a. Local news. At of the Board of supervisors meet Accomac u. November 23d. The next term of the circuit court of Accomac begins monday Deceron Ber 7th. A valuable truck farm is offered for Sale by or. John 8. Tyler in this Issue. See and for particulars. Or. William t. Wilson of Lunen Burg county was the guest of the family of or. G Welly Coard several Days last week. Miss Mollio Oliver of Locustville quite sick for the past month is we Are glad to report improving and will soon be out again. Or. Douglas Milliner merchant Accomac c. H., confined to Bis Home by sickness during the week is improving and will Boon be out again. We p. Bell a go. Have on hand a Tine selection of thanksgiving Post cards. A Large variety of other Post cards local foreign and artistic being constantly received the remains of mrs Julia Walter widow of the late Richard w alter were brought from Baltimore on tuesday s Steamer and interred in the family burying ground near Crad Cookville. A Rev. J. Abner Snow of Exmore will preach at Drummond town Baptist Church on sunday 22d inst. Tomorrow and will either preach or lecture at night on the subject How we got our Bible a Dora Thorne an excellent drama will be rendered at Keller for the Benefit of the methodist Church on tuesday. November 24. Oysters will be served at 5 p The drama begins at 7 30. Admission 25 cents. The stables on the premises of or. Frank d. Parks near Accomac c. U., occupied by or. John w. Budd were accidentally destroyed by fire thursday night together with a horse Goat fodder ac., the property of or Budd. Robert son of or. James b. Daugherty of Daugherty taken to Hospital in Norfolk about three weeks ago to be operated on for appendicitis re turned Home last week relieved of the trouble and will soon be in his usual health again. The whole of the very valuable per Shoal property of James r. Bull deceased will be sold at Public auction by the administrators on his late premises near Pungoteague on tuesday 8th. For full particulars see posters and advertisement in this is amp be of the . Luv Itati jul have been Usu Edby or. T. A Joy net and mrs. T. A Hance announcing the marriage of his daughter miss Evelyn Hamilton Joynes to or. Charles Colt wednesday even november 25th, 1908, at 2330 eur of Norfolk spent saturday and sunday with miss Sadie h. Fletcher. Mrs. Bertie k. Powell left monday for a visit to or. And mrs. Addison Christian of Philadelphia. Miss Lyda e. Edwards entertained iter Young friends thursday evening in Honor of her 10th birthday. At the Sale of the personal property of or. Leo. W. East. Wednesday bidding was spirited and High prices were Lor Many articles. Mrs. Edward go Flagon of port Norfolk is the guest of her nother mrs Charlotte p. To. Lor at the Cove. Miss Vida . Kelly and misses Sarah and Hattie Parker were passengers on Steamer Poco Raoke for Baltimore wednesday. A Apt. And mrs. J. P. L. Hopkins. Miss Dorothy n. Hopkins and master Littleton r. Hopkins returned Day from a trip to Baltimore. Mrs. G. Bellman Williams and Little miss Mary Hamilton Williams have returned from a visit to or. And mrs. Theodore Belote of Washington. Or. And mrs. Robert e Taylor and Little daughter Charlotte will spend the Winter months with mrs. Taylor a a parents. Or. And mrs. W. E. Stinson of Howard county. . Col. the u. S. Engineer corps and chief of Rivers and harbours for this District recommends the appropriation by Congress of $13.ou0 for improving Onancock Creek. Rev. Walter Rhodes who was recently called to the pastorate o the Baptist Church arrived on tuesdays Steamer with his family and is comfortably fixed at the parsonage. will preach sunday morning and night. Mrs. J. 0. Blake while Taegu Otoi or. P. O. Twyford last week was attacked with symptoms of and l r. O. L. Powell carried her to Baltimore saturday an operation was found necessary and was performed tuesday. Late advices report Ber condition As favourable. Bishop Tucker preached to a Large congregation in holy Trinity t lurch. Sunday evening. His Sermon was Plain and practical and Many express atom of a migration were Hoard. During the offertory a mrs. E. Thomas Waters was finely rendered showing not Only musical cultivation but a highly creditable personal feeling and expression. Or. And mrs. R. L. Hopkins mrs. J. P. L. I Hopkins mrs. Samuel t. Waples. Miss Bertie Loo Waples miss Annie e. Hopkins. Miss Manie e Fosque or. J. Drummond Fosque and or. Charlie w. Walker attended the marriage of or. George Lee Fos que and mis Marv Nottingham Fitch Cut in Emmanuel Church Cape Charles wednesday november 18lh at 9 30 a. Miss Cecil Powell entertained tier friends at her Home on main Street Friday evening. Whist was played and elegant refreshments served. Those present were or. And mrs r. E. Taylor misses Eva and Annie Hopkins Gurty West Annie Peters Madeline Rich Constance Nock Mary Warren messes. Will Hopkins Ralph n. Rich Clarence p. Gusils Grover Finney Charlie w. Walker f Ray shield. Chen Catague. Or. Daniel Collier left for Richmond Hospital this week. Or. Goo. Coleburn is moving his by �"0, Pool room from main to Cleveland a Trout. Or. E. J. Clark was taken to the Eastern state Hospital this week for treatment. Rev. E. T. Liddell and wife Are at showed a station md., conducting revival services. Mrs. 8. A Rinsley and or. Trios. Ii. Pruitt attended the Baptist association in Richmond this week. Schooner Pearl Cullen arrived Here this week trom now York with cargo of bricks and Schooner Delano with Load of Coal. Three pumpkins were grown by or w. J. Whealton on one Vine this season which weighed 108, 92j and 82j pounds respectively. On the sick list this week Are mrs. R. E. Phipps mrs. Elizabeth Twyford or. W. N. Conant and messes. Daniel Ami 8. Bodley. Or. James Snead has built a handsome dwelling on Clark Avenue Aud or. Thomas meats is erecting an up to Date undertaker a shop. Or. Harry White and wife left for Norfolk this week to attend the marriage of their piece. Miss Eva mum Ford to Milton Thompson on 23d inst. Miss Mollio Rowley is Vitting friends at Box Iron my. Miss Retta Smith is on a business trip to Delaware mrs. Amy Porter is with friends in Delaware or. And mrs. Woolley Are visiting friends at Tappahannock a. Mrs. Lillie Burbage of Tennessee is the guest of capt. 8. E. Matthews and wife or. And mrs. James Abbott of Mapp Shiue of his brother William mrs. We. Burton of Warba Prague of Hor sister mrs. A. F. Matthews. Or. Goo. P. Halo and wife i. New York Are at the Atlantic hotel this Winter he is bore for the purpose of looking alter the repairs Aud improvements to ass Teagno Wallops Island and Popes Island life saving stations. Arrival at Atlantic hotel this week w. C. Edmonds w. Nealy f. T. Thompson. A. T. Jenkins Baltimore e. K. And w. 8. Dodd b. Moore e. A. Layton s. A. Ward c. W. Hancock Chas. Fly e. W. Purnell g. R. Trimble f. A. Haines Philadelphia f. L. Clark Willard Davis w. I take Wilmington James p. Aaron Dover g. T. Hall Islip n a i w. Moore Seaford mrs. Irene Truitt 0. J. Rusk Ocean City 0. J. Baker Whaley Ville. Hailwood. Farmers Are a no your Farmers Are Tony harvesting their Corn and the crop generally i a Narr Lage. Parks Drummond. In the presence of a Fow relatives and admiring friends on last wedges Tho mine prop business of 1l.� Lias Day afternoon at five o clock at the taken on new life at this station Home of or. William e. A in a on three co Panlos Are operating Here West Hopkins Avenue Baltimore and cars Are being loaded Dally with j Maryland a Beautiful marry so was Pine Timber. Solemnized when or. John Moore Dixie chapter. D. 0 will meet Parks and miss daiy Lee Drummond at Hopkins Hill. Wod a both of Accomac county. Virginia. Us cd and u wore United in the holy Bonds of wed lock the reverend c l. Downing per Neslav november 25th, 3 p m., and a cordial invitation is extended to everyone Cli Giblo for Tho Honor to to present and join Tho chapter. Or. John w. Taylor scanning factory after a very Active and profitable season Lias closed for Tho year. A Large number of cases of tomatoes and potatoes were put up it the factory and Large sums of Money were paid out for labor. Two Little girls Matte Tho i Eason Over $150.00. The building Boom continues in our town. Three Large dwellings Are now in course of construction by contractor d. C. Ross one for mrs. George West one for or John Louis Bearsville and nother for or. William Taylor of of Nanook All to be occupied by them another year. In addition to these a Largo Sale and Exchange stables Lias just been completed by contractor u. Wash Johnson for messes. Jerome Marshall and George Sterling. Our town is get aug More and Intro like now Ork every Day. Parksley. Miss Stella Scott is visiting friends in upper Accomac. Mrs. David Wiltbank and miss Vesta Parsons Are on a trip to Baili More. Mrs. Carrie Waff of Athens oa., is now at the Home of her daughter Rev. Mrs. R. F. Staples. Mrs. 8. S. Ewell has returned from a visit of several weeks with friends in Washington and Baltimore. Messes. D. Johnson Aud h. T. Mason Are in the City buying merchandise for their respective arms. Rev. And mrs. W. W. Wood of Lexington a pent a Fow Days recently at the Home of their daughter mrs. J no. R. Row. Or. Fletcher Drummond attended Tho marriage of his Nephew or. Geo. U Fosque to miss Mary fit Cliett in Cape Charles tuesday last. Cards Are out announcing Tho marriage of miss Margaret White to or. Forming the ceremony. I the Parlours wore beautifully Mccora i ted with Forns and potted plants and i the party entered to the strains of a Beautiful wedding Anarch Reno Rcd by mias Leone Brooks of Baltimore. Miss Mary Wise and or. Harry Rew were the Only attendants. Or. And mrs. Parks left on the a a Florida a one of the Quot old by line palatial steamers for Norfolk and other Southern Points. The Young couple Are deservedly popular in their respective communities and their Nisi in friends wish them a Long prosperous and Happy a Liq together. X. Business notice. I Blic auction a 1 am going to Dia continue farming 1 will �<11 highest bidder at the Jno. R. Read farm near Pungoteague. Thurs no november 26, beginning at 10 of clock five horse Aucul Colu All broke to Harned a. One of these Colts very speedy Anil Well bred two year old next Spring 1 cow ready to but Rhor 6 or 6 quarters of Young beef Well fatted 4 Well bred Brood sows lot of hogs 1 new Eider Mill double Cylinder in perfect order new Corn a Heller lot of cider barrels disc Harrow weeder farming implements in Pait double plow cultivators an., 1 parlor suit furniture Organ Buffet Good As new Black Walnut office desk in perfect order new wardrobe Aud Many things in furniture. Geo. B. Hoffman. Public auction i will sell at Public auction on my promises near Jenkins Bridge of thursday. December Losili beginning at 10 a. M., 3 furniture at Dickinson a Emporium. A prepare for thanksgiving 3? and to is i a a a a to you Home during the Winter we would advise you to buy now while prices Are at their lowest. A a years old coming Spring transplanted round potato planter Riding cultivator,2 carts disc Harrow Jersey Wagon Amali ,3 top buggies 200 potato bed frames 125 barrels of Corn 4 1 fodder stacks farming implements nearly All my household furniture. Terms made know on Day a i a a of. I Joseph w. Taylor. A red letter Day. The International lesson committee has appointed the fifth sunday so Ltd inst., As worlds Temperance sunday. Allow to Maku it count should be prayerfully considered by All sunday school workers. We feel that some Day our publishers of sunday school supplies will Issue Aud advertise exercises for worlds Temperance Complete and appropriate As Thorn they now provided for childrens Day and oth Quot a sunday school celebrations. But now. Schools that Endeavor to observe the Day must plan their own program. I beg to suggest that the services of Tho Day to such As to create Energy and activity in the Temperance cause. Put into theser Vico Temperance scripture Lein Moranco prayer Temperance songs Tempe Runco truth Temperance pledges and Temperance literature. Teach that the Bible sets it face steadfastly against Tho drink habit. Let care and preparation be Given to every part. Member anti Saloon league. Ing. Taw place Baltimore md., the residence or mrs. Hance. The personal property of Frank d. Littleton deceased and of mrs Littleton consisting of boats farming implements Borses hogs sheep Corn amp cd a will be sold on her premises in parkers neck near Zion Church on next tuesday november 24th, beginning at 10 a. For particulars see posters. T Asher son of or. G. Smith Milliner of near Accomac c. H., for the last three months in the Hospital at Norfolk for treatment was brought Home on an invalid chair on last thursday. is much improved and his restoration to health now assured but it May be several weeks before to is entirely Well he was suffering with blood Poison when taken to Hospital and operated on several times we tic there. New advertisements in this Issue and bargains offered in Many lines As follows i. Merrill co. Pocomoke cite so coils in suits and overcoats Davis wharf matting la Rburton. Or. Walter Ross is borne on his vacation. Mrs. Lena Williams and daughter of Cape Charles Are visiting her parents. Miss Irene Reed is spending the Winter in the South and there is a sad Young Man in the town. The residence of or. J. Walker is nearly completed and will be one of the finest on main Street. Or. L. D. Nicodemus of Baltimore. Is Down on a visit to her parents capt. Aud mrs. W. O. Hoffman. Or. Harry Williams Lias accepted a big contract to put window lights in several Large building a at Willis wharf and Vicinity. The menhaden Oil and guano Steamer stopped fishing last saturday after a very successful season. The Crews have returned to their Homes. The exercises to be Given by the school on tuesday before thanksgiving has a can postponed until the tuesday after december 1st. An Oyster supper will to served in Tho Hall that night by the ladies of the methodist Church. It you want to pass a pleasant evening bring your wives and sweethearts. Leemont. Rev. T. Lewis president of Western Maryland College will preach Here sunday morning november 29th. The Christian Endeavor society held its regular business meeting at the Home of or. Edward Riley Lewis on wednesday evening of last week. In. Jeff Grinalds has purchased of or. We. J. Lewis a lot on Hunting Creek Avenue and has begun the erection of a comfortable dwelling thereon. Or. Harry a. Lewis left wednesday in his new launch for Baltimore. carried to their Homes in Baltimore the employees of the Lewis Canning factory at Hunting Creek. The sunday school will Render a cantata on Christmas eve. Mrs. Dora Johnson misses Addic Coard Aud Cynthia Chandler were appointed committee of arrangements. The sound of the Hammer is heard in our town from morning until night. Workmen have about finished enlarging and remodelling Tho residence of mrs. Frank Barnes the plasterers put the first coat of mortar on Tho new dwelling of or. William Willett this week and the new storehouse and dwelling of or. Astier Justis is now ready for the plasterer. The trustees of the Church Are having a ditch dug from Tho Church to the Parker Parks ditch for Tho purpose of draining the cellar and the citizens and tax payers will petition the Board of supervisors to have Hie said ditch cleaned out. This is a work that badly needs doing and would greatly improve the health of the Village and enable the children to attend school at All times. Virgi 8. Deitrick of wednesday november 20th at 10 a. M., at the P. Church Here. Thanksgiving Day will be observed Here by preaching in t he . Church at ii a. M., by Rev. E. D. Stone and at 3 p. M., by Rev. W. B. Jud Flud both Formor pastors. The ladles and friends of Tho Church will also have a regular thanksgiving dinner and supper for Sale in Kents Hall to at of which the general Public is cordially invited. Onley. Miss Leono Parks is on Tho sick list this week. Or. Geo. B. Savage left for Bmith Deal business College Richmond a few Days ago. Tho Baptist Church in our town was represented by or. W. F. White at the general association last week. Misses Carrie Tunnell Lola Bull Ivylyn Walter entertained friends recently at their respective Homes. Mrs. John w. Rogers Aud mrs. Jett d. Jacob have been off on a trip lately to Philadelphia and mrs. J. D. Hosier on a visit to friends in Maryland. Among the late visitors to friends in town were mrs. Keu uie Stevenson of Cape Charles or. And mrs. In Ber of Parksley misses Manie Savage and indie to wer. Messes. Jeff d. Jacob and j. C. Core representatives of the produce Exchange during the potato season and i Ninatti respect new Church miss Nannie while and miss Taylor of Pitts due Aro visiting mrs. J. F. White. Miss Beulah East of Hall is spending a Tew Days with mrs. Chas. Clement. To Are very sorry to state that or. Lester Polson is Home sick with the typhoid fever. The evangelist. Rev. George Liley of Richmond will conduct the meetings at Berea P. Church and the following week. Mrs. L. R. Doughty miss Nina slut och and miss Margaret Bull of Bloxom station destroyed by fire. The new York Philadelphia and Norfolk passenger station at Bloxom va., was totally destroyed by fire at 4 30 o clock wednesday Mong. Fire was discovered by or n. A. I Hearn night ticket agent who had been out to Stop a passenger train and returning to his office was greatly surprised to find it in Llames. Tho tire which started from the Sparks of an engine on a passing train Hud gained much headway the roof of the building being almost entirely destroyed before being discovered. Or. Hearn was compelled to Mako a Hasty Retreat and he was nearly enveloped in the flames. All telegraphic train Scrico was Cut off the wires being burned out. The Norfolk express from now York was delayed thirty minutes being unable to pass the station while Tho fire was raging. The freight and warehouse which had caught fire was at one time threatened with destruction was saved by the diligent efforts of the people in the neighbourhood and train Crews. $500 Worth of tickets and several valuable express packages were saved. Estimated loss on building is $3,000, insured. Married a oars Taylor november 18, 1908, at Atlantic by Rev. George h. Stocks Dale a Nuie l. Mears and miss Lena h. Taylor. Millinery Bonnewell november 1, 1908. At Accomac c. H., by Rev. Henry w. Davis Maryland Frank thanksgiving Day at Parksley. Thanksgiving Day will to observed at Parksley P. Church with n Are i Mon by Rev. E. D. Stone of Washington at it a in. At 3 p. In., our parsonage Jubilee will to held. After an appropriate Sermon by Rev. W. It Judefind the Bonds will to burned. There will be special music at both services. Revs. Judefind and Slone will a ing also music by Tho choir a mixed quartet and Tho Twilight male quartet. At the close of Tho morning service a Turkey dinner will he served by the ladies of the Church assisted by the men. In the evening oysters Chicken salad Etc., will be served on the european plan. At 8 of clock a Short musical and literary program will be rendered at Tho Hall. Admission free. Everybody is invited. Is not this to housewives a Happy solution of the servant problem of the Day bring your guests for both dinner and supper. Consult Railroad schedule for trains. Dinner Tickos now on Sain at Pate a Mason s department store. Price 60 cuts. Committee. It Nylic auction i will sell at Public auction on thursday december 3d, 1908, beginning at 10 a. Of my premises at Painter valuable personal properly consisting of two Good farm horses one of which is a Fine roadster nod will suit tor livery purposes Ono Good Milch cow steel i Toulo drag Good Vino Cotter no. 1 double plow cultivators plows horse can hogs Corn and odder 50potato bed Traines. All kinds of arming implements household Anil Kitchen furniture a. Terms made known on Day of Sale. George Caruthers. Winder a Drummond auctioneers. Public auction the undersigned administrator of mias Bettie Hopkins deceased will sell by Public auction on the premises now occupied by Henry Sturgis in Wauhap Reago Virginia on monday november to 190s, beginning promptly at 10 of clock a. In., Tho personal property of said decedent. Consisting chiefly of household effects. Terms of Sale Cash. Given under Niy hand this 17lh Day of november 1908. J. Brooks Mapp. Adm of Bettie Hopkins Doc a. Public auction i will sell by Public auction on my premises near c Raudo Kville of wednesday december 2, 1908, valuable personal property in part As follows one Norse mule cattle sleep bogs pork Corn toddler potato bed frames Wagon 2 Carls farming utensils of All kind household and Kitchen Furni sure. If weather bad on Day named the Sale will take place on first fair it a. Terms Cash and no goods to to removed until paid or. A ate to commence at 10 of clock. 8. T. Bull. Public auction i will sell at Public auction at my Homo on Road from Onley to Locustville on wednesday november 25th, 1908, the following personal property 2 Good mule 2 earn 4 Good Jersey cows drags plows cultivators 1 Surrey 70cypress potato bed Traines Corn fodder household Aud Klothen furniture a. Bale to begin at 10a. Sharp. Terms made known on Day of Sale. We. Hargis. Our Stock this season is enormous. A display which we unhesitatingly aver exhibited Ami every piece marked Philya Complete assortment of All Tho essentials for parlor hot room lid reit. Hall dining room Den and Kitchen including an immense line of Holiday pieces All new consisting of Davenport lunch buffets curio and parlor cabinets cellar ettes turkish rockers music cabinets ladies sewing tables 3 piece parlor suits writing desks Library tables handsome South american mahogany suits Birdseye Maple suits White enamel Beds Tete a tees Etc. Take advantage of prevailing rates. Such an extraordinary Chance could not have coma at a More time furniture at Cut prices in ample time for you to refurbish your Home for thanksgiving and the Christmas holidays. Come and see whether you wish to buy or not. W. S. Dickinson # son Pocomoke City Maryland. Leaders in dress goods notions carpets furniture and millinery. A Rush for bargains. Bargain�6 is Ive Ibi ted table. Aug in dress goods ladies and men s underwear amp cd a amp a. A Headquarters now for menus and boys clothing latest of talc Meu s Flats Gre ii and other new shades Walkover shoes for men Ilc Rick shoe to Udle furniture and Wall paper. Made to order menus clothing a specially. Yours very respectfully a. G. Smears Wachapreague a. Net guilty an j acquitted. In an attack made upon or. John h. Parks and Bis son or. Len Parks formerly of this county now of Worcester county md., some months ago by two Brothers by the name of Brit Gingham one of the Bro Ihorst was shot Atid killed by or. Len Parks and the oth r was shot and seriously wounded by his futher. Both of these cases were tried at the term of court now in session at now Hill md., and verdict a not guilty rendered in each the evidence in the Case of or. Len Parka showing clearly that he fired i fatal shot Only after being beaten almost to death and when the second attack was about to be made upon him and that or. John Parks had been pursued and shot at by Britting Ham before lie shot him. Public auction on thanksgiving. November 26th, i will sell at Public auction at my Home Arbuckle Larm near Assawoman All the personal property of the late Frank Fisher deceased consisting of horses cows hogs Corn fodder potato sprouted Ana All farming machinery. Sale will. Begin promptly at 10 a. In. Terms made known of Day of Sale. Mrs. C. Fisher per Sewell a. Taylor. Furniture. R urm Ture. Milliner and miss Amelia Emma Bonnewell. White Orinna lds october 28,1908, at Bloxom by Rev. W. W. Sawyer Marvin b. White and miss Myrtle Elizabeth Grinnalds. Exchange meetings. The next meeting of Tho stockholders of the Eastern Shore of a. Sunday product Exchange will be held at j Moulcy on wednesday december 9th. The members of the Hailwood division of the produce Exchange Are re Onancock of late hive been guests Toi to meet it Hailwood on sat fur a few Days of miss Ella Johnson. Imlay it november 2�. 2 o clock Sharp. Tim ladies of the new Baptist a Jal attendance is desired As but i Church will bold a Bazaar at this place Neil 0f importance is to be attended on the uth and 12th of december. Ice l0 8. J Bull. Ladi a Coats a. u. Mears Wacha ively resumed Home Las. Week Prague men and boys suits dress Lods a Belle Haven Furm Ture co House furnishes w. 8. Dickinson a son Pocomoke City thanksgiving offerings in furniture a. Leatherbury Beloat amp of. Onancock a tailored suits for women and misses line a w j Neville Onancock South Glove. Bead watch notice to creditors of furnishings. John 8. Watson deceased. Cream and other refreshments will be served. The re opening of Berea P. Church last sunday was quite a one Ces. Tho expense of remodelling the Church was $2,500. And $1,600 of that sum was raised leaving a debt of $900. The name of the following with Mark Between 90 and 100, appear on the Honor Roll of the new Church graded school during the month of oct Ober Marjorie Matthews John l. Rayfield general director. We have open and on display a Beautiful assortment of Lancy Obina in fruit bowls salad dishes chocolate sets Bon Bon dishes Etc., suitable for wedding presents Xmas gifts Etc. Make your selection and have it put aside for Yon. R. L shield a co. Church entertainments. An entertainment will be held at Hopkins Hall Parksley va., monday november 23d, 1908, beginning at eight of clock. It will consist of humorous recitations dialogues and music. Proceeds for the Benefit of Ziuni school. Admission adults 25cchildren 15c. Everybody is invited to be present. The woman a foreign missionary society of garrisons Chapel will give a Bazaar on thursday and Friday evenings Tho 10th and 11th of doom Ber beginning promptly at seven of clock. A free entertainment will be Given during the evenings consisting of music dialogues recitations Etc. The Public is invited to be present. To tax pm it sri of Accomac. This is to give notice owing to change in Law by Iasi legislature that 8 per cent instead of 6 per cent., As heretofore will be added to All tax Bill unpaid on december 1st., 1908. We Trust All who have not paid us will Settle before that Date Aud save this percentage. All owing 1907 taxes arc requested to pay same at once As we Are compelled to make settlement for them. A. J. Lilliston w. In. Pruitt. Or. Treasurer. Deputy. Sltbhxfp�?T8 Sale by virtue of certain execution in my hands from the circuit court of Accomac county ugh list Frank Gallagher 1 will sell by irn Blic auction at Wachapreague Aon saturday november 28th,�?T 1908, at 10 30 a. In., Sturgeon boats nets anchors ropes and other appurtenances thereto belonging. Terms Lee b. Kellam sheriff. Public Sale ii tuesday. December 8, i will sell to the highest bidder at my promises near Mapp Shiue. 2, mules Corn fodder hogs farming implements potato bed Tamea. Double Wagon runabout furniture to. Jas. W. Duncan Mapp Shiue a. Fob Sale Pony four years Oid gentle and Well broken to drive or ride. Any lady or child can harness drive him. Apply at once to John 8. Tyler. Onancock a. November uth 1908. House furnishing made easy by our very Liberal terms and delivered at your Home or to your nearest Railroad station free. We can furnish your Home Complete As we carry a Large Stock and you have a Good Range of styles from which to make your Choice. Done to fail to get our prices and terms before you Purchase. The Belle Haven furniture co. Houseful nimmers. Bought your new coat , head r l. Shield a goes and. Of ladies tailor made suits and Coats menus and boys suits and overcoats. White and fancy vests Beautiful of neckwear full Stock of kid fact a Complete line of j. 8. Mills. Esther see the a a duo fold Quot and. In another in. Column. It is the warmest yet the Covington Sallie Taylor. Willie tay i Lesl weight underwear Ever shown. Nii Nuri i we Cha . K. A. .1 _ coat Price. Sweaters for All sizes and j. S. Mills. Fob Sale a valuable House and lot at Tasley station. Excellent location and a modern and first class House for furl or information apply to Stewart k. Powell. Onancock a. Notice All persons having claims against the late Frank Fisher of Arbuckle neck please present same on or before november 26, 1908. Mrs. C. $ Isher Assawoman a. Wanted�?$fi,000 at 5 per cent in Terent Lor an indefinite time. Can Civ i Good personal a scarily and real estate. Address a care of Enterprise and same will to forwarded. Notice shoats for Sale. P. E. Wharton. Wanted�?500 barrels of Corn. A. J. Lilliston a Accomac a. T lost Ai Donmoy Light yellow cow with brasses on both horns Aud leather Halter on. _ a. Ayres foil Sale a Good Safe office desk and a patented Oil Lank. Will sell ver reasonable for Cash. C. A. Harmon. Exmore a. Fob Salby Early Jersey Wakefield cabbage plants. A. T. Northam Tasley a. Fob rent my two horse farm situated in Horntown for Tho year 1909 for Cash or share. We. J. Gib. No Well Here a Good news for you. We have just the coat you want the coat that becomes you admirably a yes and a stunningly stylish coat at just the Price you want to pay. We speak authoritatively. Why should we scores of women Are complimenting us on our coat Stock a say its the finest Ever shown in Onancock. We believe it too. So will you when you see the Beautiful Coats for women misses and children we Are showing in All colors and fabrics at prices that will make you open your purse in a hurry. Never such coat values at from $1.25 to $25.00. A amp for of v. Another swell lot of fresh new tailored suits for women and misses a prices s10 to. $25. Don t miss them. Lor Rev Poulson and Lottie Johnson. Stetson hat in the new blocks. J. S. Mills. Stet on Aud Seal Brand bats in All the new shades and a Hap it a. $3 00 to $5 00. R. L. Shield a co. In this Section. Prices $3 and $4, a suit sole agent. S Mills. Onancock a. For Edels Beehive butter Call on is. We get it fresh every Friday. Ashby a Hickman. For great values in 10 Cut goods see our 10c. Counter. Ashby a Hickman. Done to put off for tomorrow what can be done better today. Whether gentleman or lady select your suit on Mac coat while our line is at its and at a big saving in Price. 8eo. B. L. Shield a of. Write to us for estimates on doors Sash blinds Stair rails and All other kinds of building material hardware paints a. Stock Largo Price Low or. R. 0. L. Fletcher i j boat acco court h. The first Day of every county court to receive orders for sea and. The firm. I Cape Charles ice and lumber of. Leatherbury Belote amp co., Onancock a. Sale. 25 saving to the late buyers of menus and boys suits and overcoats ladies iils Sest and children s Coats and tailor made suits. We have just opened one of the largest invoices of the above lines that we have received this season. These a mods were bought at a big reduction in Price owing of the fact that the wholesale season on these lines is a i. about Over a this coupled with the fact that we have Cut notice nine head of sheep have a a fit Cag makes a saving to the wearer of 35%at what a a practically the beginning of a a a res Skaw the raid weather season. Ais is an of a Tushy you Orn Accomac v. T afford to let ass or even put off m i cd Bers will be the first to go and we cannot duplicate any of them _ o r. L. Shield amp co., Onancock. A. Notice All per on Are forewarned from gunning Hunting training or tree pay a Ink in any Way on my Promise known a Cedar or be in Wallop neck under penalty of a pro ecu Ion to the full extent of Law. W. Hickman

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