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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - May 29, 1907, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Insula a Rnic Prisc. Accomac court House a. Saturday september 19,189g. Entered at tue Post office at Accomac 0. A. Va., As second class mutter. National democratic ticket for president William j. Retan of for vice president Arthur Skoal i of Maine. For Congress we. A. Jones the committee appointed by the last general Assembly to investigate a certain Survey and assignment of water area along the shores of Fox Island have submitted their report to the attorney general. In it they state that the Survey and adjudication did not conform to the requirements of the act in some important details Viz first that the application of the riparian owner to the fish commissioner did not embrace All the conditions prescribed second that As shown by the testimony of the fish commissioner no such computation of water acreage was made As the act required third that no preference was Given to the original lines of Survey As was evidently contemplated by the act and. Fourth that no attempt was made to re establish As near As might have been done the original metes and Bounds of the state Survey. The committee attach no blame to the fish commissioner in the matter of the adjudication in View of the fact that the adjudication was made on the claim of certain fee simple rights by the riparian owner but for the support of which the committee have failed to find proper evidence. Indeed they report All the record evidence attainable tends to contradict such claim. That All the surveys made under authority of the state and ail deeds of record pertaining to said Island or islands limit the area of the Island to an acreage of Only a Little More than six Hundred acres. No evidence could be found connecting the pumps on the eastward Side of the Island with the Island proper and the Contention of the riparian owner that Muddy Marsh was Ever embraced in the Fox Island Survey appeared to the committee As entirely untenable. The report embodies copies of the surveys and deeds referred to from the original Survey of 1773, and the Sacker Nelson Grant under which the land was first ceded. The committee decides that the mandamus proceedings before the court of appeals have no bearing upon the Issue before them because these proceedings in no Wise touched the question of Boundary claim. The Contention of the riparian owner that the matter is now res adjudicate cannot the committee reports be sustained the attempt to conform to the act having been prosecuted on a false Assumption the state never having designed to give to the riparian owner the considerable areas embraced in the Survey and which the act in no sense justifies. Finally the title and object of the act say the committee provide for the establishment of a Boundary straight line or lines around said Island in order to avoid the indentations and uncertainties of the original Boundary line. The plat of this new Survey shows that the boundaries As claimed by the said riparian owner before said Surrey were straight lines absolutely without indentation and such being the Case the requirements of the act could not be met by the establishment of a new and different lines. The committee in summing up have decided 1. A a that the property rights of the Commonwealth Are being infringed upon by the said William 2. Quot that proceedings be instituted by the attorney general in the proper court to protect the interest of the the report is signed by All the members of the committee and it is understood that the opinions set Forth were mutually concurred in. The committee was composed of senators Lecato and Stubbs and delegates Hathaway and Booker. The Richmond correspondent of the Baltimore Sun is responsible for the statement that a slate has been fixed up by republicans and bolting democrats in Virginia in the event Bryan is Defeated in Virginia this fall the principal feature of which is that col. William e. Cameron is to be elected United states senator in place of Hon. John w. Daniel. In other words the Gold democrats and republicans Are to form a Combine with the View of running things in Virginia. Democrats of Accomac which do you prefer As your senator which party do Yon want to control the affairs of the state you will answer at the polls in november and whatever your views on the Money question it will Only be necessary for you to do your duty to remember that defection in your ranks a few years ago afflicted you with Molioue ism and All the evils incident to the same. Gold democrats May assist the republicans in Virginia to Victory but no one is stupid enough to to Lieve that they would be permitted to assist in running the affairs of Virginia unless they go entirely Over to them and become republicans with them. Hon. John s. Wise who was expected to make several speeches in Virginia in the interest of Mckinley Lias it is stated cancelled All of his engagements and it is to be regretted by the democrats of Virginia that he has changed Liis mind As he has been in such bad huor with 1 Irginia Ever since she refused to elect him governor that no Democrat in the state could listen to the abuse which lie indulges in toward them without being aroused to their full duty. has been heard from however. And in a epee Cli in Boston a Lew Days since acquitted himself in this Wise a Bryan s following is composed of Cranks doctrinaire bankrupts All who Carnot Pav their debts All the scoundrels. has a Strong following and i feel like bowing to them not for their Quality but for their such abuse of course convinces no one and the injustice of such an utterance before r Virginia audience could not but be nauseating even to bolting democrats unless they Are ready to become a apostates for the Price of their Maine has spoken and her vote was cast As was expected for the Republican party and yet there Are men in Virginia strange to say who have had their Heads so much turned by the love of Goidas to profess to believe that it meant the country would go Republican in Novena her. They forget even that Arkansas went democratic by 70.000 Only a few Days ago an increase of nearly 40,000. Both were significant but not in the Way republicans and Gold buc democrats would have us believe. The vote in Maine meant that the vote of the new England states is for Mckinley. The vote of Arkansas showed that the interest of the South and West Are identical because of their farming interests and that they will vote for Brvan. Senator Sherman was asked a ques Tion the other Day which he has not vet answered. Senator Sherman s the big Gold Bug of All the Gold bugs of the country. went to Congress a poor Man. had nothing but his salary to depend on. received 35,000 a Vear. And he himself said it Cost him 810,000 a year to live in Washington. Now the question a a bed him was a senator How is it that after living for years $5,000 each year above your income you Are Able to Duy to count your wealth by tie millions a is there a Man in Virginia who does not know that it is his duty to vote against a party which makes it possible for those who run it to build up such immense fortunes for themselves in a few years a and yet the cold bags of the country would have you believe otherwise. Hon. John g. Carlisle now a Mem her of the Republican Aid society which Hopes to promote the chances of the election of Mckinley by voting for Palmer and Buckner said in the House of representatives february 21st, 1878 a according to my View of the subject. The conspiracy which seems to have been formed Here and in Europe to destroy by legislation and other Wise from three sevenths to one lilt of the metallic Money of the world is the most Giganic crime of this or any other age. The consummation of such a scheme would ultimately entail More misery upon the human race than All the wars pestilences and famines that Ever occurred in the history of the the committee appointed by the legislature to investigate the holdings of or. Ellinger deserve and will receive the thanks of the people of the Commonwealth for the careful painstaking and efficient manner in which they performed the duty. In making the investigation they took nothing for granted which was a matter of record which had not been first closely scrutinized by them and accepted As Correct no testimony our Gurment without weighing and sifting them of the fallacies they contained. Unlike Many legislative committees it was in no sense a junk eting party. Every meeting they held meant hard laborious work love for their state and an Earnest desire to find out if her rights had been infringed upon. How Well they did to Weir duty the Liberal extracts from their report to the attorney general of the state embodied in another editorial show. That Thier report will be sustained by the courts which hereafter will have to pass upon it we do not doubt. Sex president Harrison in his speech in new York opening the re publican Campaign admitted that the free coinage of Silver would raise the Price of farm produce. Boss Reed in a late speech gave utterance to the same opinion in regard to the White Metal. Bourke Cockran bolting Democrat in his late speech in new York added Liis testimony to the same effect. Gold men generally concede that free coinage Means a raise in the Price of produce. Such being the Case Farmers of the Eastern Shore How should you cast your votes in november the new York Sun was not always As it is now. In june 1885, that newspaper now devoted to Gold Mono Metallis expressed views of this sort a Gold has risen so that the proper Way of expressing the truth is to say that the Gold Dollar is Worth 117 cents while the Silver Dollar remains at Par. A that prompt adoption of Silver As a Standard instead of Gold would therefore arrest the decline in prices to a great extent and palliate if it did not cure the evil of Dull the Denver Post wants to know if there is not considerable meaning in the unconscious words of the reporters who Veracion sly chronicle the doings of Bryan and Mckinley it invariably reads a hundreds listened to what or. Mckinley Hail to say a and on the other hand a thousands were present and heard a news from lie the Wilmington messenger has take the pains to group together a Fow facts concerning the Progress of the great political fight now going on and starts out with a note from the Cleveland Plain dealer of or. Bryan s reception and ovation in that City which says Quot the Blaine Campaign produced the greatest demonstrations Ever known in Ohio. Compared with the reception Bryan was Given the outpouring in Honor of the plumed Knight was a paltry insignificant Street Corker gathering. A a commercial traveller says the Washington Post writes from a Pennsylvania town to the Republican congressional committee �?o1 have travelled through i tie greater part of Pennsylvania since you sent me those pamphlets and have been pleased to see that the people Are fast becom lug familiar with the question Ami Are turning to Mckinley. But this place Liere is full of Silve rites. 1 thought 1 would get mobbed. 1 had All the Best of the argument but they got crazed. Now if you can give me More of Blaine s speeches of 1878,1 can shut up a Hundred of them at a time if they do not mob our contemporary does not state whether More of the dried speeches were sent but whether they were or not we have not heard of any of the Silver orators in a the Keystone state being shut off but of the contrary from All that can be Learned they if anything Are on the increase. Quot a prohibitionist travelling in Maryland tells what he has seen. It is Robert Ireland Secretary of the prohibition state executive committee. has been in Baltimore. Cecil and Harford counties. Here is what he says Quot in my opinion if an election were held to Day Bryan would carry the state by a big majority i have found in my travelling in the Rural districts Tomt hundreds of Republican Farmers have espoused the cause of free Silver. They seem to have made up their minds on the subject already and there appears to be no a Lance of switching them a senator Joe Blackburn Lias been in Maryland he says he has met hundreds of people at Ocean City from All parts of Maryland Aud there was but one opinion and Tomt is that Maryland is for Bryan. The free Silver sentiment our the Eastern Shore he said is carrying every Ali aug and Many lifelong republicans Are giving to Weir allegiance to Bryan. met or. Sidney Wilson son of the late senator Wilson who told him that the democratic majority in Maryland for Bryan would be greater than for any democratic candidate for Many years past. Senator Blackburn also spoke of a visit to West Virginia where he found in a former Gold Standard stronghold Many republicans who had changed views and who would now support Bryan. Quot Hanuka gives republicans to understand that Mckinley a Success in new York state is a by no Means John Byrne one of tie Goldbug crowd Aud president of the so called a honest Money league of America Quot says a a Neutral new York is in dangerous condition Aud Bryan has left a ugly train behind him. 1 am Thorou Lily alarmed. A election to Day would give this state to Bryan by the messenger gives a great Many other facts along the same line All of which Are of the most cheering Cliar Acter. The fact �6 there is hardly a state in the Union outside of new England that does not look favourable to the election of the Chicago ticket. A Norfolk virginian. A landslide in Kentucky. Colonel r. C. Printers Mitzi. From Louisville ky., sat in the Hoffman House last night talking politics. Quot it s rot a said the colonel a this claim of the republicans that they stand a Chance in Kentucky. They re claiming the Earth because they elected a governor last time by 10,000 majority. Louisville did that. I m from Louisville but its the Queerest town i Ever saw. This time its the whole state against Louisville and that 10,000 Republican majority is going to be turned into a majority for Bryan of Between 00,000 and 70,000. It s sure to be a landslide. In be just been out in the Rural districts and i know what i m talking about. A that Indianapolis crowd Quot continued colonel Winte Sinith a if foolish. Buckner is a Cousin of mine but he s too old to be running for office. s 74, and Palmer s 80.�?� colonel Winter Smili is special collector of customs at the port of Colon York journal 10 the. Chairman Jones estimate. A a if we carry South Dakota Nebraska and Kentucky we shall lie within ten votes of a electoral majority without having a single vote East of Nebraska or North of the Potomac River. Tomt you see does not include Minnesota Iowa or Illinois. �?o1 regard Illinois and Kentucky As doubtful states but i think that we Wil have u very comfortable majority in Indiana. The reports from Wisconsin and Iowa show that we Are in bet ter shape there than 1 had supposed. Quot Michigan i think is Safe and i have Strong Hopes that we will carry Ohio. You can see that with the states we6t of Nebraska and South of the Potomac already assured to us we Are bound to carry enough electoral votes in tie Neutral Battleground to win a general news. The annual session of the Synod of Virginin will be held at Lewis tire on the 22d inst. The Congress of the episcopal Church of the United states to be held in Norfolk from november 17th to the 20th, will be the most important ecclesiastical body that has Ever assembled in that City. The next meeting of the grand Camp Confederate veterans of Virginia will be held october 27tb, and 28th, at Winchester a. This will be the largest meeting of tie grand Camp Ever held and Many matters of interest to Confederate veterans will be acted on. A a i can t keep a Bryan Button a said a new York drummer at the Dodson hotel last night. A everywhere i go wearing a Button i am asked for itt 1 have Given a Way several dozen buttons already. As yet i have not had an application for a Mckinley Button. My experience shows How tie wind or. J. E. Chancellor of the University of Virginia died saturday. was a 8urgeou in the Confederate army and resigned the chair of demonstrator of Anatomy in the University of Virginia after seven years service. was president of the medical society of Virginia and a prominent member of the american medical society and of the american health Board he was the author of Many valuable papers on Medicine Aud surgery. All for free Silver. The colonial fathers were for free Silver. The revolutionary fathers were for free Silver. The fathers of tie confederation were for free Silver. The fathers of the Constitution were for free Silver. George Washington the father of Liis country was for free Silver. John Adams was for free Silver. Thomas Jefferson the father of democracy was for free Silver. James Madison was for free Silver. James Monroe was for free Silver. John Juancy Adams was for Freu Silver. Audrew Jackson was for free Silver. Martin Buron was for free Silver. William Henry Harrison was for free Silver. John Tyler was for free Silver. James k. Polk was for free Silver. A camry Taylor was for free Silver. Millard Wilinore was for free Silver. Franklin Pierce was for free Silver. J nines Buchanan was for free Silver. Abraham Lincoln was for free Silver. Andrew Johnson was for free Silver. They perpetuated free Silver and free Gold genuine bimetal ism. Free Silver was so right that it lived above suspicion Aud when it was assassinated Silver was above Sun. I . Jesso l. Test esq., a old resident Aud highly respected citizen of our town called this morning and after purchasing a bottle of s Colic cholera Aud Diar Recua reined said a if anyone asks you if this remedy will do what is claimed for it Tell them yes Aud refer them to h. Alexander Stoke Reynoldsville a. No one can doubt the value of tills Medicine after giving it a fair trial. Then it is pleasant Aud Safe to take making it especially valuable for children. For 6ale by blocks True amp Bell. Accomac and w. Parker Onancock. To Tux Raj t is a if st. Griir in Lurlin to. I do not wish to be compelled to take buy other Means of collecting the unpaid taxes for last year 1895than by requesting those who have not paid me to do so at once. 1 am compelled to have the taxes to meet tie orders of the Board of supervisors drawn of me Aud i Trust to other notice will be necessary to secure a settlement with those who Are in arrear. Quot a word to the Wise is Don t delay and drive me to enforce collection. 1 must have the Money. I will Endeavor to attend All Public gatherings for this purpose. Your obedient servant Edwin t. Powell treasurer of Accomac co. A. It month. The Onancock school of business Onancock va., will open september 1st, for instruction in such branches As will prepare Young men and Young women for actual business. Bright student can graduate in six months and will be fitted to command salary ranging from $20 to $100 per month according to ability. George w. Burke jr., Grad. Gordoy com l. Col principal commercial department. Rev. George w. Wilcox Grad. Dickinson com l. Col assistant principal shorthand department. You can enter at any time. Write for catalogue. Visitors Welcome. La papers a and High Art paper hanging a at the lowest possible Price. Charles Kitchelt Onancock a. Headquarters at Wise a drug store. Uack3t0ne amp Bell Accomac c. V o 3flxjt�&s-x its a full line of fancy articles drugs oils paints seeds &c., kept on hand at lowest prices. Geo. W Orem jr., amp son. A firm which has been doing business in Baltimore md., for is years has located at Only a. For the purpose of buying potatoes right from the Farmer and have come to stay As Long As the Farmers will be willing to sell to us for Cash. We have engaged a. W. Lilliston and m. A Bull to assist us in buying. August 31st, 1896. Cemetery work. Monuments headstones tablets of Nett find Leleau Ellul designs id Marble and Granite Gaddess Bros. No. O w. Fayette st., and 314 South Charles Street Baltimore my. Lead in Cinta a Pocon Mke City. wishes through this paper to inform his friends and patrons citizens of the grand old of Virginia that his Stock of menus boys and children a apr i 1 ill cloth hats a and gents furnishings is Large and Complete embracing the latest and Best manufactured up to Date nerf get fitting garments. Good values. Low prices. Done to fail to see his extensive line of menus suits at $5. $7 and $10, they Are new neat Aud Nobby and special bargains for spot Cash Only at the Peninsula Ciotta House. C. S. Waples a co. Wooden ask Willow Ware. Brooms brushes Cordage. Marches axe handles Axle grease barrel covers baskets blacking Blank books. Glueing bowls churns compasses Broom Racks Corn Poppers butter dishes &e., Candle Wicks cheese safes clothes hamper sic., Cocoa dippers Coffee Mills Curry Combs corks dusters. Faucets fish Hooks and lines flour sacks. Hallers flasks gun Caps ice Cream freezers horse cards keepers Ink kegs lamp burners 4ic., pulleys lanterns Lap boards Lemon squeezers mais measures Marine glasses. Mucilage. Oakum Oil Calls. Well buckets tubs sic. 119 South Street Baltimore my. Of Margaret Academy. A first class school for both sexes. Full corps of experienced and skillful teachers in All the departments. Tie location is the most Beautiful on tie Eastern Shore of Virginia. Grounds cover fourteen acres of High undulating land. Library of Twenty five Hundred Standard volumes including encyclopedias dictionaries and Otlmor Standard works of reference and literature open to pupils of the school. Pupils boarding in the school required to study two hours every night under supervision of the teachers. One Hundred and Twenty pupils last session. Catalogues containing full information sent free to any address. Frank p. Brest Onancock a. Just Tell them that you saw us a a x ii a we a redoing Well. With most people the cry of hard times Lias become chronic but there Are is much Money As Ever if you have anything to or six bring it. Our work at present prices brings it Anil should bring you to Mclain amp co., polio Tograi ii Krs Onancock a. You can save Floney by buying your watches clocks jewelry spectacles and silverware of j. Adelstein Onancock a. We have reduced our prices 25 per cent on All our latest style goods. Also remember if you buy $10 Worth of goods we will give you a solid Gold Monogram with your name on it free of charge. Special attention paid to repair work of All kinds on Fine watches docks jewelry and musical boxes. Ac., at. Greatly reduced prices. All work warranted. Highest prices paid for old Gold and Silver. Will he at Accomac c. H., every court Day for repairing. Yours truly j. Adelstein. Sweet potato farms for Sale. Geo. W. Payne undertaker a Marsh Market �? keeps a full line of caskets of All grades Aud sizes in Stock. Orders for co flits of any Grade furnished of Short notice. Will meet trains and steamboats when requested. No. 1�?sold. No. 2.�?has so acres 50 acres under cultivation. 30 acres in Pine Woodland. Land is High and level is improved by a two Story to room dwelling which is comparatively new with new outbuildings Young peach and Apple Orchard strawberries Etc., seven Miles from Pocomoke City in Somerset county 11 Miles from Steamboat wharf convenient to churches and schools. Price $1,200, one half Cash balance on time to suit no. 3.�?hu6 1021 acres is in Somerset county 8 Miles from Pocomoke City 5 Miles from station. Miles from methodist and Baptist churches same distance from graded school is improved by a 7 room dwelling which is in Good condition outbuildings in fair condition. About 100 acres of this farm is High level Laud of Good Quality 1 o acres set to Clover the Woodland is principally line and Alfords any Quantity of Woods manure As Well As valuable Timber. Y it ung Apple Orchard. It is believed that better truck farm is not to be found in this Section. Price $2,000, one half Cash balance on Long time. A no. -1�?has 33 acres 23 acres under successful cultivation�?10 acres is detached Woodland. This farm is beautifully situated on the suburbs of Pocomoke City with All the advantages of both town and country. Is improved by a Good six room building porches Etc., All in perfect order with All necessary outbuildings. This is a Beautiful Home where pleasure and profit can be combined land Ligh. Price $2,500, 1 Cash or All Cash at option of purchaser no. 5�?is in Somerset county u Miles from Pocomoke City has 105 acres about one half under cultivation balance thickly set in Pine Woodland from which Woods manure has never been removed. Is improved by a Small tenant hous Quot has 1,000 peach Trees in full bearing. Price $2,out a terms to suit purchaser. No. 0.�?is on the opposite Side of the county Road from no. 2 has 30 acres. 1<> acres under cultivation 14 acres in Pine Woodland land is High and level Lias Good Apple and peach Orchards a Patch of cultivated strawberries Etc. Is improved by one and one half Story 3 room dwelling in Good condition. Price $000, one half Cash. Also 250 other farms suited for All purposes. Send for latest Price list to f. Ii. Dryden real estate broker Pocomoke City my. new goods will soon be coming in our Cost sales will positively Stop on october 3d. To have in Stock the largest line of samples for men and boys clothing to be found on the Shore in ready made and made to measure and at prices to suit the times and we will guarantee a fit or Cost you nothing and we extend to every Man and boy a cordial invitation to come and examine our samples. Yours to please 0. S. Slocomb @ Bros., Onancock va., special so Sale. As we did not get in our line of hats and shoes in time for our opening Sale on last wednesday we will give a special shoe Sale next wednesday september 23d. Ashby amp below to Accomac c. If Money sabers Virginia a in the circuit court for the county of Accomac in the vacation of the said court the 27th Day of August a. D., 189�. Nehemiah w. Nock. Plaintiff against Henry Byrd cold defendant in Assum sit and open an attachment returned levied Ami the object of this suit is to recover of the defendant $110.31, with interest thereon from the Luth Day of August 1893, till payment subject to payment of $30.00, paid january i the 1894, and the costs of this suit. Affidavit having been made before tie clerk of the said court that Henry Byrd coloured the defendant in the above entitled cause is a non resident of the state of Virginia on the Morion of the plaintiff by his attorney it is ordered that he the said non resident defendant do appear Here within fifteen Days after due publication of this order and do what is necessary to protect his interests and that this order be published once a week for four successive weeks in tie a Peninsula Enterprise a a newspaper published at Accomac c. H., va., Aud also posted at the front door of the court House of the said county on the first Day of the next term of the county court of the said county. Test John d. Grant c. C. A copy test John d. Grant c. C. Blackstone amp Bundick p. Q. You want to buy Sash doors blinds mantels brackets mouldings and building material generally if you need them at lowest possible prices write to or Call on us. We have Large Stock and will make prices very Low for Cash. Goods shipped to any Point on the Shore. S. K. Martin a co. A a Harborton a. Tiie Seuth Sld female Institute Burkeville a. The next session of Liis Sci tool will begin september flt 1890. And will continue nine months. Located at the Junction of the Norfolk and Western Ai d the Southern railroads it is accessible from All Points. Fifty three Miles from Richmond. Thorough instruction in Well arranged courses of study including Normal and business departments. A faculty of ten Well qualified teachers. Healthfulness unsurpassed. Free Access to Mineral Springs. Comfortable rooms. Good fare. Parental care Aud discipline. Special attention Given to music. The moral and religious training of tie Young Wadi it it will receive careful attention preparing for Christian work. Terms very Low. For catalogue and other information apply to Rev. R. W. Cridlin. Principal. =358. Mossau amp co fruit and produce commission merchants. 327 Washington st. New York. Shipping no. 185. References a. G. James Trowers j. James Locustville l. O. Watson. Daugherty John a. Fisher Eastville Jas. A. Hall Marsh Market 1. T Parker. Horntown new York National Exchange Bank new York. Eastern. Bare Brick Yards Hugh j. Phillips prop�?Tr., Salisbury Maryland. Has beyond every doubt the finest Brick we have seen this season lie Lias added improved machinery and skilled labor to his Large Plant which is the largest South of Wilmington Del. His rail Road and boat facilities for shipping Are unequalled by any one and if you need a car or a boat Load or any part thereof write him and you will surely get a prompt and satisfactory reply. His Stock is the largest and most Complete of any Yard outside of the cities. _ the Best company. Is tie Compilli that does Mie most Hood a Good record in tie past is the Best guarantee. For the future. W. E. Doughty with Peter Rose amp sons wholesale manufacturers of . Folded hand parts leather Fly nets leather and web halters saddlery goods. . Cor. Light amp Lombard sts., Baltimore my. Watch pm plv0w�1> jewelled or a Ion co Aily part made now to order that your watch May require. John w. a jeweler Korth sr., Onan Colt n i Mutual in huh. Of new York. Richard a. Mccurdy president. For your consideration to a it Bappe you contented to be contented you must feel t at your Home is secure and your family provided for. Of e you a mortgage on your property if you have you May be a Quot i to pay it off in time. If you die before it is lifted who will to it to a a i not a life insurance policy be a Good thing for you to Cut Quot so that whatever happens your property is secure min men work hard and take but Little present Comfort in order to secure future wealth. Yet 95 per cent of men in business Are r it successful. Think of it do not leave this matter of the future welfare of your family in doubt decide now and take a $10,000 or $2,000 policy on your life payable to youself at 60 or �5 years if you Are then living. If you die before that time your family and business Are protected. If you live you will be Well provided for. Meanwhile you can enjoy your present income and at the same time leave your family provided for. Having paid your life insurance Premium you Cun freely spend the remainder of your income without the haunting fear of future want to the wife and children. £3fwrite at once to Herbert n. Fell Gen. At. Wilmington Del

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