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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - May 12, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Peninsula Enterprise John w. Edmonds editor and owner. Too Oman court How use Abutai eds to the. Posi o in Cut a comic o. Al. A. A T�eooud-ol�88 matter. Saturday july 8, 1911. Or. William e. Todd who formerly filled the chair of history at Randolph Macon College and who is now of the University of Chicago in several speeches made in Virginia during the week strongly denounced the a political machines of the country and especially the one in our own state Virginia in his opinion being cursed with a machine almost As bad As that which put Lorimer in the United states Senate. The head of these machines he says Are All in the United states Senate and he Points the Way in which we can destroy the machine in our state in the following a one thing More. You have a courageous and Able Man who now offers to Lead you out of this political desert which the Martin machine has made of Virginia. Or. Jones has a clean record he has not bowed the knee to the Bosses or the railway interests or the lumber men he has Given you Long and faithful service and he deserves the Reward which you May now give but the reason i should vote for him is his Promise to deliver Virginia from the bondage of a corrupt and demoralizing regime. Vote for no Man because of personal reasons vote to improve and help your state and country and voting thus you cannot fail to vote for Good men. If you put Jones in the Senate you not Only put out a bad Man but you give the nation a Good Man and Able Leader for the trying times ahead of a a trusts says Henry o. Havemeyer son of the late sugar magnate a Are blessings they have helped make America the greatest country in the world Quot. Blessings in disguise probably but the disguise is so perfect that the Public fails to penetrate it trusts have undoubtedly through economic processes contributed greatly to reduce the Cost of production. The organization of forces have been so perfected As to produce at a minimum of Cost so far the Trust is a saving of waste and a Benefit. Unfortunately for the american Public however this saving instead of accruing to the consumer is pocketed by the combinations which control industries who take advantage of artificial restrictions of Trade made possible by the High protective policy to exact abnormally High profits. Extortionate prices though Are not the greatest of the Trust evils. The Domino Tion of politics by these insatiable combinations the deliberate murdering of Competition the debauchery of representatives of the people in state and National Legislatures and the Conse quent degenerating effect upon Public and private service Are the sins that stand out most glaringly from a system that has been perfected under the alleged equal rights guarantee of the greatest Republic on the Earth. President tafts persistent fight for the Canadian reciprocity treaty is leading him to utterances directly antagonistic to the High protective policy which has distinguished and now bids fair to extinguish his party. He is camping on the Borderland of genuine democratic principles. The reciprocity treaty is thoroughly democratic but not More so than the Farmers free Bill or the reduced Wool schedule. In his address before the conservative club at Providence the president said it seemed possible for him a to Appeal for reciprocity to both parties free traders and Tariff for Revenue men. We must recognize a he said a that the time for the chinese Wall has gone when an Industry must ask for More Protection than it absolutely needs. I believe that there Are enough republicans who believe that the protective Tariff to be maintained must be dealt with moderately to insure that the policy will carry.�?�. What a gnashing of Teeth this must produce in the Camp of those interests which have fattened at the Public expense under the stimulus of High Protection now denounced by the first citizen of the Republican party in the land the democrats and progressive republicans of the United states Senate Are in the Saddle and can direct the course a of legislation if they maintain their coalition. The prospects seem Bright for a general revision of the Tariff at the present session the Canadian reciprocity treaty being out of the Way Unin Cumber by amendments designed to kill it the majority of the insurgents favor a decrease in Tariff rates and will probably act with the democrats in forcing through remedial measures coming from the House. Other progressives it seems will be impelled to act with the democrats More from policy than Justice or rather principle As they View the matter. They fear the effect of the Tariff Issue that will be raised by the democrats in next years presidential Campaign and would discount it by disposing of the question at this session giving the democrats the help of their votes for that purpose. It is evident that the great matter of lower duties on the necessaries of life will play a Large part in the elections of 1912. Fifty two of the leading railroads of the United states operated agricultural instruction trains for the Benefit of Farmers along the routes using 239 cars and spending More than $90,000 in the service during the twelve months ended june 30 1911. It is estimated that 379,290 persons attended the institutes conducted on the trains which traversed 40,771 Miles of track and made 1,793 stops ranging from 40 minutes to two Days each. In the Gray uniform of Southern confederacy the body of general Clement a. Evans Soldier preacher past commander in chief of the United Confederate veterans who died sunday was Laid to rest in Oakland cemetery Atlanta ga., wednesday. National guardsmen wearing the Blue he once opposed sounded taps and fired a Salute As general Evans body was lowered into the grave. The Norfolk county a straight outs have filed formal notice of contest of the democratic county primary election on june 28. The county committee directed its chairman l. Silvester to name a subcommittee to receive charges july 8, counter charges july 18, and to give formal hearing july 20. Cadet Thomas Jonathan Jackson Christian a grandson of Gen. A Stonewall Quot Jackson has graduated from West Point and is now an army officer. Resolution of the Farmers Mutual Exchange at a meeting of the Board of directors of the Farmers Mutual exec an go of the Eastern Shore of va., inc., held at Exmore va.,. On june 27, 1911, the following Resolution was adopted and a committee appointed be it resolved that the president appoint a committee of three to whom shall be referred All questions or complaints of Price cutting and under Selling of produce. Said committee shall be empowered to meet and Confer with like committees from the three other exchanges on the Eastern Shore of Virginia and Maryland and individual buyers for the purpose of comparing quotations Given to the buying Trade and in order to fix the responsibility of cutting prices and under Selling our produce. Said committee shall be allowed to withdraw from the files of the general office for comparison or such use As they May desire the original of All telegrams sent out to the Trade quoting prices or making sales. Said committee shall make full report of their proceedings and findings under this Resolution to this Board at its next and thereupon the president appointed j. S. Mathias chairman s. C. Turlington and o. H. Ames the said committee. It was further ordered that the Secretary be authorized to publish this Resolution in the press of the Eastern Shore of Virginia for two issues. F. A. Shield Secretary. I offer my farm known As Quot the Glebe a containing 60 acres one half cleared other half with plenty of shats amp a. Located within five minutes walk of Bloxom station. I offer this farm cheap and on easy terms. Will give Possession january 1st, 1912. J. W. Barnes Bloxom a. Baptists at Virginia Beach. Virginia baptists Are looking Forward with keen interest to the summer Encampment which opens at Virginia Beach july 10, and every indication Points to its being of its character Ever held in the South. Delegates Are expected from All sections of the state and these will be augmented by persons from Maryland North Carolina and other states. Among the speakers will be or. Russell h. Conwell of Philadelphia or. P. Gird of Brookline mass. Or. Edwin Poteat of Greenville s. G. Or. E. G. Mullins and or. John r. Sampey of Louisville by. Or. E. L. Dargan of Macon a. Or. C. S. Wallace of Baltimore or. B. Gray of Atlanta or. R. J. Willingham of Richmond a. Prof. L. P. Seavall of Oxford miss. Miss Margaret a. Frost of Nashville Tenn. And miss Adeline Zachert of Louisville by. Valuable truck farm for Sale. Slate 13 oof. Lafex it oof. Will keep you from rain and Snow. $8.00, $10.00, $12.00 a Square on your roof write me and Send me your plans. L. J. Brown roofing contractor and builder Snow Hill my. For Sale by private contract. The John l. Ward farm containing 95 acres More or less situated near Onley station. This farm is improved by a commodious modern dwelling and two tenant houses. It is highly improved and one of the Best truck farms on the Eastern Shore. For Price and terms apply to mrs. John l. Ward Onley a. Or g. Walter Mapp attorney. Eastern Shore District conference. The ministers and delegates and visitors who expect to attend the Eastern Shore District conference at Franktown july 26th., will please notify me at once. Our prompt attention to this request will Aid us very much in providing for your entertainment. It will be an accommodation if those living near enough will come by private conveyance. Trains arrive at Nassawadox from Cape Charles at 12 18 mid Day and 6 40 . From Delmar at 1 51 p. And 9 48 . Fraternally d. G. 0. Butts. Dixie entertainments. Or. Folger Mckinsey a the Bentz town bards of the Baltimore Sun Maryland a great poet gave two delightful entertainments in our county last week at new Church va., the 27th., and at Parksley the 28th. He gave a rendition of his own Beautiful Dixie and childhood poems in a most pleasing manner. At new Church a male Quartetti furnished the musical part of the program and at Parksley the musical Talent was composed of Parksley and Accomac court House Talent. All was beautifully rendered and greatly appreciated and enjoyed. The entertainments were for the Benefit of Dixie chapter u. O., in her patriotic efforts far the uplifting of our neglected South and a the x. Want to Exchange one mule 1,000 lbs in his teens but a Good worker and a three year old general Max Colt broken in double buggy harness can Trot for a pair of Blocky mules 3 to 6 years old Good weight gentle to All farming implements. Black cow peas for Sale. We handle most everything carried by the retail dealer direct from manufacturers. Glad to have a share of your patronage at lowest Price. Harry t. White amp son wholesale grocers brokers and manufacturers agents Mckemie Park Eastern Shore of Virginia fire insurance company incorporated to the people of the Eastern Shore of a. Belie Vii Keller va., june 26, 1911. Heving that you will have a feeling of Pride in the Success of a Home institution we give below for your Reading certain letters which speak for themselves and a statement at the close of business december 31, 1910. General balance Sheet. Assets. Fixed. Real estate Home office land and building at Keller va., Cost value 1,500.00 office furniture amp fixtures 250.00 investments. Mortgage Loans on real a a estate. 31,475.00 state county and municipal Bonds. 15,169.00 1,760.00 a. Woman missionary Union. The thirteenth annual meeting of the woman a missionary Union of the Accomac Baptist association will be held at Mode town on tuesday july 25th. Delegates and visitors Are expected to arrive on monday 24tb, in3t., from the South at 8 ., from the North at 9 ., and will be met at Bloxom station. All who expect to go by rail Are it Quested to notify mrs. Lack Miles Mode town. If any wish to go by private conveyance and expect to arrive on inform mrs. R. S. Mason Mode town. Secretary. Fair at Broadway Baptist Church. The annual fair for Broadway Baptist Church will be held on thursday july 20th, commencing at 1 of clock p. Ice Cream fruits toys and fancy articles will be on Sale. Supper will be served from a to 7 of clock. H thursday should be Rainy fair will be held on Friday. Public cordially invited. Candidates will take notice. Committee. Chrysanthemum carnival. The Jefferson Davis Apter daughters of the confederacy Are planning for their chrysanthemum carnival which will be held the latter part of october or Early in november As the chrysanthemums warrant. Mis. James h. Fletcher president Jefferson Davis chapter. Announcements. To the voters of me Tompkin District subject to the next democratic primary i am a candidate for a Justice of the peace in said District. Respectfully &c., _ e. W. Barnes. To the voters of Atlantic District i announce myself As a candidate for supervisor for Atlantic District subject however to the forthcoming primary previous to the general election. Respectfully j. T. Sharpley Greenbackville a. Real estate at auction. Melvin e. Witham trustee will sell at Public auction at Sanford on saturday july 15th., valuable House Aud lot belonging to Edward t. Hinman. For farther particulars see posters. J. Brooks Mapp trustee will sell at Public auction at Keller on saturday july 22d, Between the hours of 2 Aud 3 ., a valuable House and lot of mrs. Polly w. Downing situated near Keller. For further information see posters and trustee. Write to us for anything in the building material and hardware line and you will get the right Price. Oniey building amp Supply co., Only a can cancer be cured it can. The record of the Kellam Hospital is without parallel in history having cured to stay cured permanently without the use of the knife or a Ray Over 90 per cent of the Many hundreds of sufferers from cancer which it has treated during the past fifteen years. We have been endorsed by the Senate and legislature of Virginia. We guarantee our cures. Physicians treated free. Kellam Hospital 11617 West main Street Richmond Virginia Martin amp Mason co. Call attention to their Largs Stock of. Sash doors. Blinds. Mouldings j builders hardware shingles. Laths. Lime. Bricks and building material generally paints oils and painters supplies. We Are prepared to Cut House Bills to order also to manufacture barrel Staves and Heads of Good Quality. Our grist Mill will run every saturday notwithstanding reports to the contrary. We shall at All time be pleased to show our goods and invite you to Call and inspect our Stork before making your purchases Aud we will save you Money. Martin amp Mason co Harborton. A. For Sale at private contract. I offer for Sale at private contract my farm known As the a Susan Floyd farm a containing 73 acres More or less fronting Burtons Bay and about one mile from the Village of Locustville. Included in the Survey Are natural Oyster rocks and Clam Beds and the la cation of the farm is convenient for All kinds of gunning and fishing. Upon the premises Are a Large new dwelling and necessary outbuildings and an abundance of resources. For terms and other particulars write or see j. T. Burton Locustville a. Wall paper reduction. Business notices. Notice houses moved and repaired and new work done by the undersigned at any Points in Accorso and Northampton by Day or contract. Prompt attention Given to All Calls by letter or phone at my Honse. Jno. R. Oaten amp son contractors and builders Onancock a. 25 per cent or More will be allowed off from our already Low prices from now till july 81st. Those desiring Choice patterns will do Well to make their Purchase As Early As possible As our entire Stock must go regardless of Cost. E. R. Allaband Parksley a. 46,644,00 current. Agents balance for uncollected premiums. Notes and Bills receivable accounts receivable. Cash in hands of treasurer subject to draft. Cash in companies office. 15,931.10 2,390.75 664.57 1,045.25 4,195.22 1,600.00 350.17 468.32 818.49 2,418.49 370.35 26,716.28 1,000.00 27.716.28 accrued. Interest on Bonds. 270 83 on mortgages ____800.27 $24,226.89 ? 1,071.10 j lt1es. Current. Reserved for losses unpaid.2,800.00 less re insurance. 1,200.00 net losses unpaid. Salaries due and unpaid commissions due and paid. Accrued. State and county taxes Reserve. Amount set aside for re-in3urance As required by state insurance department reserved for estimated loss in collection of notes and Premium accounts. Total liabilities exclusive of capital Stock. 30.505.12 capital. Total subscriptions. 102.750.00 less subscription notes.81,000.00 deferred payments open. 1,200.00 82,200.00 capital Stock paid in $20,550.00 surplus. Excess assets Over liabilities .22,636.87 pointers for All who buy medicines. The guarding of your health is a duty of sufficient importance to demand your unceasing vigilance. Part of this duty is to be sure you get Only the purest and Best medicines and that is where our drug store is doubly valuable to Vou. We sell Only drugs of the highest Quality and at the same time our prices Are very reasonable. Our medicines Are reliable. We fill doctors prescriptions with the exact amounts of the right drugs called for pure and fresh and in full strength. We cordially invite you to bring your prescriptions to us buy your toilet articles and sick room necessities of us and come to us for All drug store supplies that you May need. Send the children they Are treated with just As much Courtesy As the grown folks. A full Supply of new and reliable Garden seed just received a Quality bargains a that a our motto. Respectfully total assets.73,691.99 total liabilities.73,691.99 certificate. I have made a thorough examination of the books accounts and relative records of the Eastern Shore of Virginia fire insurance company in Keller Virginia from Date of organization and i hereby certify that the above statement setting Forth the financial condition of said company at the close of business december 31st, 1910, has been personally verified by me and in my opinion represents the True condition of the company on the above named Date. The affairs of the company have been efficiently and economically administered As More particularly reflected by the surplus account. Very truly yours a. Lee Rawlings certified Public va., april 25, 1911. Hon. Joseph Button commissioner of insurance Richmond Virginia. Dear sir my company has As you know an agreement of reinsurance with the Eastern Shore of a. Fire insurance company at Keller Virginia under which it reinsured that company parts of its liabilities on. Such risks acceptable to my company As the Eastern Shore of Virginia fire insurance company desires to give us. We have no dissatisfaction with the connection and have never doubted that the company was admirably conducted but it would be a matter of some satisfaction to us if we could have an expression from you As to its condition and its general methods of business so far As the same have been disclosed to you by your investigation and by that company a sworn reports to you made according to Law or otherwise. Thanking you in Advance for such attention As you May see fit to give to this request i remain yours very truly l. R. Warren general a _ _ ,. A a Commonwealth of Virginia Bureau of insurance Richmond april 26, 1911. L. R. Warren esq., Gen. Agt., Phoenix Assurance company ltd., Richmond a. Dear sir a your letter of the 25th instant making inquiry As to the condition of the Eastern Shore of Virginia fire insurance company has been received. It gives me great pleasure to state to you that in my opinion the company is splendidly managed and its affairs Are m Fine shape. Its Success has been remarkable. Each succeeding annual statement made by the company has shown development and growth and each year they have increased their surplus until now the surplus As shown by the report to this department As of december 31st, 1910, amounts to 18 920 88 the officers and directors of the company have every reason to be proud of its Success. A a very truly Youra. Jos. Button commissioner of insurance. Spring goods when you come to Onancock Stop at my store that in the place to buy. Spring shoes. Have a full line in Dolly Madison in All styles pumps from $1.25 to $3.50, High tops from $1.50 to $4. General merchandise big line consisting of dress Gingham from 8 to 25 cents ladies Muslin underwear at All prices big line of ladies White dress goods sheeting ready made sheets and Pillow cases matting rugs &c., China from cheap to flue imported. And done to forget we Are the meat people As we have a big refrigerator and carry a line of the Best fresh me ats at All times. A Home and give us a trial. Yours for business s. J. B it a a a a Cor. Hill and main streets Onancock. A. Chalmers motor cars Are cars of proven efficiency built to stand the Wear and tear of the roughest country roads and still embodying All the Grace and elegance of the most expensive and luxurious cars. You fail to give yourself a Square Deal if you Purchase a motor car without first investigating the Chalmers. For further information and demonstration address h. Terry agent Mapps Burg Virginia. Virginia a in the clerk s office of the circuit court of the county of Accomac on the 27th Day of june a. D., 1911. Bettie Cropper and others plaintiffs. Against Nettie Gibb and husband and others defendants. In chancery. The object of this suit is to obtain partition of twelve acres of land in Monstis neck in Accomac county Virginia of which a certain Peter Cropper died seized and possessed. And an affidavit having been made and filed that the defendant Nettie Gibb and Gibb her husband whose Christian name is unknown to the plaintiffs Helen Lytle and Irene Lytle the last two of whom Are infants under the age of Twenty one years Are not residents of the state of Virginia it is ordered that they do appear Here within fifteen Days after due publication Hereof and do what is necessary to protect their interests in this suit. And it is farther ordered that a copy Hereof be published once a week for four successive weeks in the Peninsula Enterprise a newspaper published in the Bounty of Accomac and that a copy be posted at the front door of the court House of this county on or before the next succeeding Rule Day from the Date Hereof. John d. Grant jr., clerk a copy Teste John d. Grant jr., clerk. Benjamin t. Gunter p. Q. Quot and conservatory of music a f a select College for girls and Young women. Bristol a. Located in a Beautiful Mountain Valley Altitude 1800 it. Delightful and healthful climate. Large Brick buildings with modern conveniences. Campus recently enlarged. Large gymnasium. Outdoor sports. Regular and special courses Art expression Domestic science. Conservatory of music under the directorship of l. Alberti of Copenhagen is unsurpassed in the South. 200 music pupils past session. Experienced european and american professors. Faculty of 26. Careful personal attention Given to All students. Christian influences free from sectarian Bias. 42d session begins sept. 21st. Write for Catalon. W. S. Neighbors a. M., d. President to w 138 or. J. T. Sledge amp co Parksley a. Druggists to the voters of Northampton and Accomac counties 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 Spring styles Are now open for your inspection. When in our town make 240 main st., Norfolk a. not withdraw and will certainly be in the Field to the finish. I have Given notice of my candidacy to John s. Waples chairman of the District committee and have paid him the assessment required of All senatorial candidates. Between now and the 7th of september i shall visit the counties of Northampton and Accomac frequently and shall be present at Northampton court in Eastville on monday the 10th of july and also at the county seat of Accomac on the first monday in August next and shall be pleased to meet and talk with the citizens of these counties. Respectfully j. Edward Cole. To Farmers and housewives. If you need buggy or harness Call at new Church and see me be fore Yon buy. I have the largest Stock on hand i Ever carried and am constantly adding to same. You will find everything at my place of Busi Ness in a first class Carriage and saddlery establishment such whips blankets Robes collars pads full line of Stock food liniments Healing powders disinfectants clocks watches spectacles Eye glasses also Gem or. Safety razors. A full line of paints Oil and varnishes both for buggy and House painting. I have a few second hand buggies from $5.00 to $15.00. Call for what you want the Price is right. G. W. Ovington new Church a. A card. Director Joe no. 30660, race record 2 09�. Trial 2 06 by director 2 17, sire of 6 in 2 10-&c. Dam Josephine Young. Dam of 2 Trotters and 8 a including Joe Patchen 2 01, sire of the worlds Champion Light harness horse Dan Patch 1 55�. Acers i have made arrangements with Shepherd Stock farm so As to give the above stallion a summer and fall season. For reduced summer and fall rates apply to j. H. Ashby Exmore a. Care Ashby a drug it is to your interest t read this or. Farmer and mrs. _ housewife. Ladies Day at Henderson a big department store Pennville va., Friday afternoon july 20th. For prettiest and Best cake i shall offer 3 prizes As follows 1st prize $5.00, 2nd prize $2.50, 3rd prize $1.00. Farmers Day saturday afternoon july 21st. For 12 heaviest White potatoes 1st prize $5.00 2nd prize $2.50 3rd prize $1.00. All entries must be put on exhibition on or before july 18th. Cakes returned or sold at auction with owners permission. Jack Henderson prop., Pennville va., Accomac co. The successful schools Wilmington and Salisbury. Beacom graduates Are always in demand because they make Good and they make Good because they Are Well trained. Handsome Catalon free write for one. Family Fina Ciering. They Tell me you work for a Dollar a Day How is ii you clothe your boys on such pay i know you will think is conceited and queer. But i do it because i am a Good financier. There a Pete. John and Jim Joe. William and Ned. A half dozen boys to be clothed and fed i buy for them All Plain victuals to eat. But clothes i buy Only for our son Pete. When Peters clothes Are too Small for him to go on my wife makes them Over and gives them to John. When for John who is ten they have grown out of Date she just makes them Over for Jim who is eight. When for Jim they have become too ragged to fix she just makes them Over for Bill who is six. And when for Young Bill they will no longer do. She just makes them Over for Ned who is two. So you see if i get the Good clothing for Pete the family is furnished with clothing Complete. But when Ned got through with the clothing and when he has thrown them aside what do you do with them Why once More we go round the Circle Complete and begin to use them for patches for Pete. A but where dear Friend can you buy clothes that Wear. From Pete Down to Ned without a rip or tear i go Down to Glicks so his Stock is the Best. He can suit the whole family my wife and the rest. Glick amp co., the new Busy Corner Onancock Virginia. Sash doors blinds. Parksley manufacturing cn., dealers in hardware paints oils and varnishes the great Majestic Range cast ranges Cook and heating stoves farming implements Mill feeds middling com and Oats bran and Chick feed bricks Lime Cement laths &e., Sash doors blinds mantels Cabinet mantels Stair rails and All kinds mouldings. Special attention Given to anyone going to build. Will see you in person or furnish estimates on application. Parks eur manufacturing co., a Parksley Virginia

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