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25 Nov 1908

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25 Nov 1908

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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - November 25, 1908, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Accomac court House vex. Saturday april 2, 1898. John a Edmonds editor and owner. Local news. Circuit court commences tuesday t april 5th. A mass meeting of Farmers will be held at Mappsville saturday april 9th. Rev. Hugh Kelso will preach in Onancock m. E. Church next sunday evening. Rev. Henry s. Delaney will preach in Onancock and Ayres. E. Churches next sunday. Camp meeting at Turlington s grounds near Keller this year be gins August 5th. William Sartorius jeweler will be at Parksley april 5th, Goth and 7th, for the purpose of repairing watches clocks and jewelry. Rev. John e. Allender and wife of Maryland Are visiting friends at Accomac. H., and Vicinity. will preach at amiss Chapel sunday night 7 o clock. Judge Ross has ordered a local option election to be held saturday april 23rd, Isoif in each of the magisterial districts of Pungoteague Lee and Metoxin Ukiu in this county. Judge Samuel t. Ross held his Erst court this week presiding with ease dignity and in a manner to assure his friends that no mistake has been made in giving him a place of the Bench. Special prices in Strawberry plauts Are offered . Martin Harbor ton and w. S. Richardson Marion md., in another column to which the attention of growers by request is especially invited. Masonville As a voting place As will be noted by advertisement in this is sue is to be discontinued. The voters of that precinct in the future will Deposit their ballots in the progressive Tosun of Parksley. An interesting meeting of Ocean Lodge no. 110 will be held at Wachapreague wednesday april Goth. To which the Brethren Are especially invited. There will be work in All three degrees and refreshments served. The Franktown dramatic cub will give an entertainment at acad Emy Hall Pungoteague tuesday night april 5th, for the Benefit of Pungoteague and Franktown meth Odist churches. Refreshments will be served. An advertisement of miss l. A. Neville appears in this Issue to which the attention of the ladies of the county is especially invited who Are in need of millinery goods and notions. Stock now open for their inspection and through us a cordial invitation is extended to them to Call at once. Rev. J. Manning Dunaway has tendered his resignation As pastor of Drouinn Bondtown and Harborton Baptist churches to take effect april 24th, and the same has been accepted with regret by the members of both churches. has accepted a Call to churches at Marion and Wytheville. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Peninsula fair association held at Accomac c. tuesday Tasley was selected As the site for the fair grounds of the association and Steps will be taken at once to put the grounds in order for the fair to be held during the first week in August. The valuable real estate of George s. West situated at Craddockville is offered for Sale at private contract by l. Floyd Nock and if not sold privately before april 30th, 189s, will be sold at Public auction on said Day at 3 o clock p. In., at Craddockville for terms a see posters or l. Floyd Nock attorney. Or. Wilbur t. James formerly of this county now of new York was at the courthouse on monday and received a cordial Welcome at the hands of old friends. was Here to see old acquaintances and in the in Terest of the excellent commission House of s. B. Downes & co., which he has been associated with for years. B. T. Gunter jr., special commissioner in the suit of William h. Budd and wife and others is. George w. Budd and others will sell at pub Lic auction on saturday april 2d, 3 p. M., at Tasley station a tract of land containing by estimation 25 acres situated at said station and bounded by the lands of Ira hopkin8 and others. For full particulars see posters. Mrs. L. Lewis of Parksley has just returned from the North with a full line of millinery and fancy goods and cordially invites the ladies to examine her grand display of trim med hats Silks dress trimmings Etc wednesday aed thursday april 0th and 7th. She has also secured the services of a first class dressmaker of Baltimore and solicits part of the patronage of the Public. Reports from Dunkirk in the lower part of this county indicate a spirit of lawlessness on the part of some of the coloured people which is Likely to give them trouble in the future. Several Days ago an attack was made by them on the clerk which resulted in an Exchange of shots on both sides and on saturday night the storehouse was broken open by them it is believed for of renewing the attack. Neighbourhood notes. T . Or. Ezra t. Adams is in the North Ern cities this week purchasing Spring goods. Or. Lewis Derickson and wife of Berlin spent several Days at the at lactic hotel this week. Or. Fred Rundige has accepted position As clerk with e. P. Timmons vacated by or. 0 Rayne. Capt. K. J Bunting is the Happy 0 be Sor of another girl baby which put in appearance this week. The talked of War keeps a number of our people in a state of excite ment who say they propose to move to the Mainland. B. Feu Kinstein & co., engaged in merchandise Here since last fall moved their Stock of goods to poem Moke City this week. Commander train Lighthouse in. Spector of the 4th District was Here this week inspecting Chincoteague Killick Shoal and Tom s Cove lights. Messes. E. F. Jones & Bro. Bought Sloop flying scud Tull & Bro., Schoue Jaue and Geo. W. Fink & Bro., Schooner Thomas a Cato this week. The conference in session of late at Lewes sent Rev. C. W. Strickland of Pocomoke City to this place and Rev. Geo. Hopkins from this place to Parksley. Large and numerous Hocks of wild geese Are seen going North at this place daily indicating that Winter is Over. Cur sportsmen Are killing Large quantities of them. Father j. T. Hendrich of Wash Lugton was Here this week looking for a site for a club House to accommodate some Twenty or thirty Cath Olics during the summer Mouths the South end of ass Teague pleased him and that site will probably be selected by Lam. Arrivals at Atlantic hotel this week Geurge Trimble commander j. Train c. G. Pretty Nan c. A. Pret Tyman f. C. Hanna Rolley Moore r. P. Powell Philadelphia f. J Mears t. Mcclelland w. J. Ben Jamin Baltimore f. A. Price Wil Mington Rev. J. T. Hendrich Washington or. W. A. Taylor Stockton e. W. Polk Pocomoke City l. F. J. Wilson Coard Chapman John s. Davis Accomac. Urn Barton. Shad and herring Are plentiful in our Market. Miss Blattie Wallace is visiting miss Carrie Hornsby of Cedar Lane. One of our potato drummers Antici pates spending next Winter in Florida. Dame Rumor has it that one of our popular widowers is soon to find Consolation for his loneliness. Miss maty Corbin has returned from saxes and brought wire her two guests mi3ec3 Hall and Williams. Captain e. W. Sturgis started for the Klondike from this place last Friday. We wish him every Succes. Or. R. R. Hutchinson has been quite ill but we Are Happy to state is sufficiently recovered to take his place on the Mill. Capt. We. Wise and wife arrived Here on monday on their yacht Dorchester after spending the Winter in Southern ports. The methodist propose to have a big entertainment on the 4th of july at Evergreen Church and preparations to that end Are already in Progress. A committee met to Day to make arrangements for the placing of buoys and lights on the Road from Here to Pungoteague. Where is the Road machine has it gotten lost in one of the big holes or is it really on its Way Here any information will be gladly received by our committee our townsman or. Jno. G. Hoff Man was not a student in dentistry at Maryland University As reported in your last Issue but a distinguished graduate in the dental department and assistant professor. was however a student in the medical department. Lias already passed the state Board of dentistry and is thoroughly equipped for that work Jonley or. Sam Bailey quite sick last week is now out and attending to business. Or. John w. Stevenson of Tein Peran Ceville was the guest o f his Cousin will Stevenson last week. Or. Hob East and Oscar Largis Are visiting friends at Ilchester md., this week. Or. We. T. Broughton is Home from a business trip to ear Ford co., md., this week. Agent Beachboard is beautifying his Home with a Nice picket Fence. A Baptist sunday school has been organized Here and will be open every sunday afternoon until further no Tice. Everybody is invited to give a helping hand in the Good cause. One of our boys narrowly escaped having a Bullet in his head this week. thought the pistol he was hand Ling a Little recklessly was unloaded but it went off All the same and the ceiling luckily received the contents. A petition was being circulated this week by or. C. B. Johnson for the opening of a Road from the pub Lic Road near this place via Sawmill through the swamp to a Point near the corporate limits of Onancock. It would be a convenient route for the slut kill neck people to this place. The gentlemen Are reminded by the Date of this Issue that it is time to put on new Spring suits and hats they know they can be clothed in a style fit for a Prince from the piles of handsome garments just Laid out at Ames shield co s. But Nair no. Work has begun on the Machi fungo. Bridge. Capt. E. J. Foote left Home on wednesday lat. To join a party in route for the Klondike Gold regions. . J. T. Johnson was called to Baltimore during the week to be with his father who is seriously ill in that City. An interesting sunday school has been organized by or. James Bun Dick at the lower top thurs neck schoolhouse. Free school closed Here on Friday last. Prof. E. B. Phillips or will Stockley and miss Mary Piney will open private schools. Mrs. Jno. F Bundick who was recently quite sick is now much improved but the condition of mrs. Arinthia Jones is still serious. Literary department of Epworth league under the auspices of miss Hattie Mears will celebrate its Public entertainment Good Friday night subject the twelve apostles the doors open to the Public. Quarterly conference was Well at tended at Smiths Chapel last week. Reports on various Church Organiza Lions indicate advancement. Messes. Jno. T. Mears. W. B. Bird and Jno. T. Kellam were elected delegates to the District conference at Onancock. E. B. Phillips James e. Bundick c. E. Mears were elected on the Board of education for the circuit. Or. John t. Kellam and miss bes Sie Downing were married at the m e. Church South on wednesday night last. The ceremony was con ducted by Rev. G. E. B. Smith there were numerous attendants on the bridal party and quite a gather ing of friends to witness the Beautiful Ami impressive ceremony. An entertainment was tendered the party at the Groom s father or. A. S. Kellam the Christian Endeavor society held a social on tuesday evening at the residence of or. L. J. Bulman. A program had been arranged by the social committee and this was car ried out to the evident Delight of All present. Members brought friends wire them who added to the interest Aud pleasure of the occasion. Refreshments were served later on Aud a unanimous vote of thanks tendered before the society adjourned. Onancock. Hon. We. T. Bundick made another lecturing tour North this week. Or. Jas. C. Weaver has been very sick several Days but is better at this in thug. The Matthews and East saw Mill for lumber and Wood Yard is ready for running. Miss be a Powell returned Home on saturday after a prolonged visit to the Northern cities. Prof. Claude n. Wyatt. Of ohm spent the week in town at the Home of mrs. Vernetta Northam. The gasoline engine at the shirt fac tory was set up last saturday by Engineer Smith of Salisbury. It works Well. Or. Geo. N. Weaver of Saxis spent some Days in town this week at the Home of his father or Jas. C. Wea ver. Mrs. Robertson of n. Y., and miss Fisher her sister of Norfolk visited the Home of or. R. T. Ames this week. Some of our people who went from Here to witness the launching of the Battle ships at Newport news fell among pickpockets they suppose and lost some Money. The Large Estey Pho orium i Organ of the m. E. Church South has been removed from the gallery to the main floor of the audience room and placed in position near the Pul pit platform where it will remain permanently. This was done with a View to encourage and promote congregational singing. Revival services were held through the week in the m. E. Church South. Rev. W. R. Crowder began the services by preaching two excellent sermons upon the subject what shall it profit a Man if he gain the whole world and lose his own soul or what shall he give in Exchange for his own soul in the first he considered the value of the soul Aud in the second How a soul May be lost. Conference appoint it Stiim. The following appointments of interest to Many of our readers were made at the w Ilmington m. E. Con Ference on last monday. Presiding elder t. E. Martindale. Burke. . F. Hopkins. . S. Bosman. . P. Swain. . W. Strickland. Cape Burr. Pocomoke . T. Valiant. . S. Dulaney. . J. Givan. . C. Atkins. . I. Stengle. Stengle. I us tors conference. The next pastors conference Wil be held with pastor j. L. King on wednesday after the 2d 8unday in april 1s9s, at 11 o clock. Every Pas tor is earnestly requested to be pres ent. Pastor reams will present a paper on Christ s second j. Manning Dunaway. Ladies ready made ready to Wear dress skirts Are demanded and Ames shield & co. Have opened this week a Good line of them in Duck crash Covert cloth and a variety of Woolen and silk fabrics at prices ranging from 49. Cents to $6.50. See these pretty garments and you will want them. Large new Stock of men a boy s and children s clothing cheap and Nobby at s. W. Ames & co. In ii uni. Zion Baptist Church was the scene of a pretty marriage on wednesday evening March 30th, the vows being taken on that occasion which Marie one or. J. Hampton Hickman a popular and prosperous Young far mer and miss Eva May Budd the pretty and attractive daughter of or. William h. Budd. The bridal party arrived at the Church at 8 o clock the Bride accompanied by miss Mattie w. Messori. Maid of Hon or and preceded by t he bridesmaids misses Eulalia Milliner and May Phillips going up the left aisle and the Groom with his Best Man or. Bryan h Ickman preceded by the groomsmen James h. Johnson and Orris m. A irks going up the right aisle the Bride and Groom meet ing under an Arch of evergreens at the altar where the ceremony Wasl gracefully performed by Rev. F. Sanford pastor of the Church. A wedding March was skilfully ren dered by miss Manie Byrd As the bridal party entered and left the Church and in tones Low and Sweet during the ceremony. The Ushers were messes. Joe Ewell Bud mat thews Edward Daugherty and George Johnson. The Bride maid of Honor and bridesmaids were hand Soiney attired in White Organ die. An elegant wedding feast followed the ceremony at the Home of the Groom s father or. Edward t. Hick Man near Pastoria. The Bride and Groom were the recipients of numer Ous presents and have the Hearty Good wishes of a Host of friends in their Start through life to Geilier. In i c r i t 111 in Uii in. The last regular Musicale of Pun a Oteague Academy will take place at the Academy Friday evening april 1, 8 o clock. J there will be a supper and entertainment in the Brodwater Hall at Temperanceville on Friday evening april the 8th, for Benefit of Church at tame place. Full particulars Given next week. A Oyster supper will be held at Wattsville m. P. Church on easter monday afternoon april 11th. There will also be an abundance of cake Aud ice Cream. Proceeds for Benefit of the Church. A dramatic and musical farce entitled Over the Garden Wall will be Given in Lilliston s Hall easter tuesday april 12th, at eight o clock. Miss Cyntha Liggins of Chicago will be present and relate some of her adventures miss Lily Ann Longtree will give a recitation or. Co wies of the Robin Hood opera co., by kind permission of his manager will sing several Bass solos three real japs will Tell How they do in Japan. Besides these attractions there will be Many More. The Public Are most cordially invited. There will be a supper and entertainment on Friday evening april 8th, a the Brod water Hall at Tern Peran Ceville for the Benefit of the Church at said place. The supper will be first class. The entertainment will consist of recitations and read ing music both vocal and instrumental Given by the Best Talent in Aud around Temperanceville. Thirty live cents will include admission to he entertainment and supper. Oys ters will be served at 10 cents per plate extra. Children half Price. If Friday night should be two in Clement come monday evening if you miss it you will surely regret it. Let All come. Committee. Full privileges. Notice is hereby Given that All b s for the following privileges at in Eastern Shore agricultural fair to be held August 23, 24, 252 i must be n the hands of the Secretary not Ater than april 9th 1. Boarding tent including the Board of not less than ten nor More than fifteen members of the band. 2. Confectionery stand no. 1. 8. Confectionery stand no. 2. 4. Barber shop. 5. Merry round. All bids must be sent under sealed cover. The right to reject any bid is reserved. Correspondence with brass bands and balloon ascension Mana Gers is invited. G. Walter Mapp Sec a Keller station va., March 15, 1898. Hurried. 21, 189s, at the Home of or. We. Hyslop by Rev. W. Gregory John t. Mason to miss Ella Floyd. 23rd 189s, at Evergreen Church by Rev. W. Gregory Severn j. Harrison to miss Lottie d. Killman. Onnon ii social Uii iou. The seventh annual fair of the Onawa social Union will be held on their fair grounds near Mapps Burg station from August 30th to septem ber 2d, both Days inclusive. Alexander Booker Belle Haven a. The. Ladies Are thinking about easter sunday and of the pretty thi Gathey must get to Wear for the occasion. They will find some suggestions by looking at the excellent Stock of Bright new fabrics and fix Ings which Are furnished by Ames shield & co. They will outfit you for the holidays As you like. Just received a Carload of the celebrated Pocahontas Blacksmith Coal which we Are Selling for $4.50 per ton. T. S. Hopkins & co for a Good fit and Good Quality if clothing and shoes at Low prices Call on s. W. Ames & co. Black Aud Green Tea of Best Quality in Stock and for Sale by Blackstone & Bell. Death. Hon. John Neely after two week s illness died last monday evening at Iii country Home Ingleside near Norfolk in the 57th year of his age. Iii illness began with grip followed by rheumatic gout and later by heart failure which caused his death. 1�mr. Neely spent the Best years of his life at Accomac c. H., and Lias Many friends on the Eastern Shore who will learn with sorrow of his death. commenced life Here by teach ing school and studying Law while after being admitted to the bar had a Large and lucrative practice until he removed to Norfolk. While a citizen of the county lie filled the office of Commonwealth s attorney for several terms represented acco Mac in the legislature and was one of the electors which nominated or. Cleveland for the presidency in 1884 he was recognized Here As a Good lawyer eloquent speaker and a Man of line literary culture and sustained Well that reputation in his adopted Home. leaves a widow who was miss Manie Layfield of this county and two daughters miss Ethel Neely and my. A. P. Warrington. His remains were interred on tuesday in cemetery at Norfolk after funeral services at St. Paul s episcopal Church. Mrs. Mary e. Lewis wife of capt. S. A. Lewis and daughter of the late capt. Thomas s. Parks died after a lingering illness at her Home near Accomac c. H., last saturday morn ing aged 39 years. She was a lady of line Christian character had been for years a consistent member of the methodist Church and was held in affectionate esteem by All who knew her. Her death though expected for weeks was received with no less Sor Row by a Large Circle of relatives and friends. After funeral services Over her conducted by her pastor Rev. J. R. Griffith on monday morning she was interred in the family burying ground near her Home. Mrs. Lizzie Byrd a highly esteemed lady wife of Jeff d. Byrd died at her Home near Bearsville wednesday March 23d, after a Long illness of dropsy aged 3g years. I a for i us Pleil. Or. Editor please permit me to use As a medium through which i May convey my grateful acknowledgements to my friends in and around Temperanceville for the very profitable Way in which they remembered me and mine on monday evening of last week which was my birth Day. It is sufficient to say that Many Good things were sent and brought to the parsonage for which we Are sincerely thankful and devoutly ask that the special favor of the giver of All Good May rest upon each one. E. P. Garner. March 29, 1898. Surplus Stock,.having such an immense Supply i have Cut the Price on the following Stock pure Hoff Man and Tubbs Strawberry plants $1.00, Brandywine and splendid $1.50. Michels Early $1.25, Dubach $1.73 per 1000. Norway Spruce 3 to 4 feet 40 cents each. Silver Norway and neg undo Maples to s feet 25 cents each. Magnolia Grandiflor 3 feet �1.00 each. Send your orders when you can get Choice pure Stock put up by experienced men and All inspected by the state inspector. A. J. Mcmath nurseryman Only a. N. B. Catalogue prices apply to All other Stock. Telephone in my office write to us tor estimates on doors Sash blinds Stair rails and All other kinds of building material hardware paints a. Stock Large prices Low. Or. R. L. Fletcher will be at Accomac c. H., the first Day of every county court to receive orders for the firm. Cape Charles ice & lumber co. Why not buy your windows doors blinds and other building material from w. Kellam & co., Cape Charles a we Are up to Date in prices styles and Quality. W. Kellam & co. In of Ciu Orlini. In memory of my Loving daughter Charlotte a. Stant who went from Earth to heaven March 31st, 1807, aged 22 years 9 months and 29 Days. Of How sad is my dwelling lonely is my Home to Day for the voice i loved so dearly has forever passed away. Her Busy hands Are folded her work on Earth is done her sorrows and afflictions ended forever with the lord. Gone from Earth yes. Gone forever my Darling Annie is free from pain. Of i la hear her voice no never never More on Earth again. Home is sad of god How dreary trouble trouble every spot listening for the voice i loved so dearly dreary for i hear her not. Asleep in Jesus bleeped sleep from which none Ever Wake to weep blessed Jesus As thou Hast bereft me help me to say thy will be done. Her Loving Mother. In Loving remembrance of my father Chas. Stant who died october 10th, 1894, aged 53 years 6 months and 3 Days. A precious one from us has gone a voice we loved is stilled a place is vacant in our Home which never can be filled. Gone from Earth yes gone forever. Tear dimmed eyes shall gaze in vain for on thy old and feeble brow is resting death s cold chill. Thy hands Are clasped upon thy breast we have kissed thy Lovely brow and in our aching hearts we know we have no father now. Tis hard to break the tender Cord when love has bound the heart tis hard so hard to speak the words. Must we forever part. By his daughter Josephine. A minks notices a new thing for the Spring recreation and health of your baby is the stylish and Handy vehicle. They Are quite popular. A lot Justin at Ames shield & co s. farm hands wages �10.00 per month and a. Browne Cape Charles a. Special will Bell for next 10 Days Cash with order Hall s favorite Strawberry plants at $5.00 per thousand Glen Mary at $3 00 pen thousand Brandywine at $1 25 per thousand. We. S. Richardson Marion station my. For Thompson Meeks Early and Gandy Strawberry plants at $1 00 per thousand Michael Early at 75 cents per thousand roots straightened out and bunched 50 in a Bunch packed Jand delivered to Keller station. Send me your order. S. K. Martin Harborton a. Notice to will make my annual visit to Accomac and Northampton counties this Spring for the purpose of changing horses and Colts. Those desiring Ray services will please address me by postal card or see me in person. Date of my visit will be advertised in the Enterprise. George w. Hancock d. V. S. Pocomoke City my. For Thompson Gandy and sunny South or Sharpley Straw Berry plants at $1.00 per thousand delivered at Harborton or at Keller in quantities not less than 2,000. Wil Liam t. Mason Harborton a. For Sale.50,000 Michels Early Strawberry plants 75 cents per 1000.w. E Farlow new Church a. March 23, 1878. From All Over the country come words of Praise for Chamberlain s cough remedy. Here is a Sample letter from mrs. C. 8hep, of Little Rock Ark i was suffering from a very severe cold when i read of the cures that had been effected by Chamberlain s cough remedy. I concluded to give it a trial and accordingly procured a bottle. It gave me prompt Relief and i have the Best reason for recommending it very highly which i do with for Sale by All druggists. undersigned Salesman for the r. G. Chase co., nurserymen respectfully solicits the patronage of All who intend to Purchase Nursery Stock of any kind the present year. I will canvass the county and can Supply you with All you need at Low est prices. Thos. C. , a. cow of dark red color crumpled horns about 24 years old came to my premises near Accomac c. H., in january. The owner will please Call for her prove property pay charges and take her e. Young. undersigned offers for Sale several pairs of wild geese at $5 per pair. For further particulars Call on or write to me. Joshua Whealton Chincoteague a. For offer my new store House at Harborton for a term of years 30x60 feet two Story can use second Story also grocery room attached 14x40 feet. This of the Best stands in the county for a live energetic merchant. Farming Trade Oyster Trade and also factory employ ing about 150 . B. Hoffman Harborton a. have for Sale Hoffman lady Thompson and Tennessee pro Iii Strawberry plants each $1. Per 1000, Meek s Early at $1.25 and Bubach at $1.75 per 1000, also a few of the i of lowing varieties Brandywine Marshall Victor Hugo no name Weston mus Kingham Cyclone Aroma Rio Tubbs Princeton chief and Eleanor All of which i have fruited and advise everyone to Plant some of them As i think they will prove to be very Fine berries. I will furnish package with straightened roots 50 in a Bunch and delivered at Onley station. I also have for Bale slip potato seed big Stem Jersey. Jno. J. Hopkins � Locustville a. I can say one thing for chamber lain s Colic. Cholera and diarrhoea remedy Aud that is that it excels any proprietary Medicine i have seen on the Market and i have been in the practice of Medicine and the drug business for the pa6t forty years writes j. Jackson m. D., Bronson Fla. Physicians like Chamberlain s Colic cholera and diarrhoea remedy because it is a scientific preparation and because it always gives Quick re Lief. Get a bottle at your drug store. For comb Brown leghorn eggs at 50 cents per setting of 15, delivered at Cheriton or Cape Charles. A. A. Lake Cheriton a. For Thompson Straw Berry plants $1 per 1,000, roots straightened 50 in a Bunch information How to save half the usual labor in working strawberries free with All 10,000 orders also the Best rust proof kidney Wax Beans very Early $2.25 a Bushel f. O. B. I take up the entire bed of Strawberry plants which will give you Large healthy Well rooted plants. Jos. S. Bunting. 1.13.9s. Broomtown a. offer at private Sale my lot in Horntown improved by two dwellings and a storehouse. For further particulars apply to mrs. E. Wallop Horntown va., or or. T. T. Taylor Atlantic a. for loan on unencumbered real estate. E. B. Northam 103 e. Baltimore St., Baltimore md., or Stewart k. Powell Onancock a. For secured by Lien on unencumbered real estate. J. Fletcher or. 71 if you want a new dress for conference or forthe easter holidays Call and see our line of s p r j n 6 a r is s goods. Black silk Satin Duchess taffeta brocaded silk Black silk Luxor moire velours. Many other new goods and trimmings at moderate prices in spite of the Advance made by the manufacturers to correspond with the new Tariff. A Gar Load of matting Here. Prices right. Styles right. Ladies come see them. Pocomoke dry goods carpets and furniture Emporium. To Toaso is City. My. New store it Tasley station now open and stocked with a full line of. Sim merchandise. We can also fill All orders for. Coal shingles lumber bricks Hay Glass and All kinds of at the lowest possible prices. Vou Are cordially invited to Call. X. S. 5�oe�s�ib3-s& co., Tasley a. Latest Best assortments and lowest prices Spring goods at a. G. Mears Wachapreague a. 2 stores full up3 1st and 2nd. Floors 280 feet and needs As much More room to show his immense Stock. Ladies attention?.Over 13,650 Yards dress imaginable Quality from Cali Coes to Silks. 3,000 Yards matting. And carpets All cheap for spot Cash before the Advance and Selling at old prices. 2,500 pair shoes ladies gents misses and Competition. Stock Furni Ture line alone will fill 100 feet lower than the lowest. 193 corsets r. & g., c. B. And m. A full line millinery goods. Our hats were trimmed in new York to you get the latest style in hats also in the trimming prices from 25 cents to $5.25. Over 1,000 Rolls Wall paper from 5 cents to 20 cents and Borders to match. We Lead in the bicycle business this $10.00 to $22.80, the latter been Selling for $50.00, for ladies gents boys and girls. Ready made clothing gents attention Over 2,800 suits pants Coats and vests Odd Coats Odd vests or just As you want them notwithstanding the Advance in woolens we have this line much cheaper than Ever before. We intend to have your Trade in this department line that is if you want the Best values for your Money. It matters not what others May say about prices talk is cheap we can and will sell As cheap and cheaper than anyone on the or mean every word of it and can prove it to you in a few minutes if you will come and look through. We Are anxious to show you these bargains and you Are under no obligations to buy whatever unless you wish to do have the most Complete line of goods Ever exhibited on the e. Shore of va., and there is no Rea son Why we should not we have 6 experienced salesmen and myself we Combine our views and buy everything that we think will suit the Trade. My wife also visited the markets with me and help select the dress goods and millinery. We invite inspection of our Spring line at once while it is Complete and be your own judge. Thanking you kindly for your mos Liberal patronage in the past and soliciting a larger portion this season remain yours very respectfully Northwestern Mutual life insurance co., Milwaukee assets $92,649,960.o dividends which have averaged during the past ten years More than 30 per cent of the Premium paid annually to policy holders thus reducing their premiums and providing insurance at lowest possible Cost consistent with policies for investors. Loan and Cash surrender values absolutely guaranteed. Represented by 0. L. Park Elf Onancock a. Correspondence invited and particulars cheerfully furnished. Great Spring opening 26tfi, special bargains in All departments. The Busy store of Onancock a. Manufacturer of and dealer in Accomac fish phosphate and acid lated and crude \�aga.o9 Bersold for Cash cheaper than Ever before. Dry ground fish scrap $25 per ton at works

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NewspaperArchive FAQs

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Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!