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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - October 13, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Improve the state fair. Scope can be enlarged and great influences increased. State fair entrances Are the wide open doors of splendid Opportunity. Beyond these magnetic thresholds under roof and sky is assembled a bewildering Maze of useful things grown and manufactured by the conquering hand of Man. And thousands of expectant Folk enter therein shorn of the worries and troubles of everyday life at Home says the breeders Gazette. With a sharpened curiosity a fickle mood of alternating levity and Gravity an unstudied resolve to learn and enjoy an instinctive exercise of All the senses they talk Litfen wonder and Tarry. This is the Tnie work of effective rest a renewal of emotions the birth of ideas the seeding of thought much depends on the Quality and condition of the seed bed which the visitant exposes to the broadcasting sower. State fairs with All their facilities for scattering fertilizing and covering cannot bring Forth a crop where there is no hospitable soil. Water runs off the oily Sheen of a ducks Back a Dull mind never cuts into the milk of the Coconut. A thousand valuable gifts Are showered upon him but if his mind is not studded with upturned Hooks All slip off. Some eager vital people go Home from a fair pleasantly burdened with the Gist of its message others return without even a lasting impression. Such unfortunates remind one of the Dusty old professor whose depth of penetration had charmed one of his students and disgusted another. Said the first a the can go Down deeper into the Wells of philosophy and a a Here the second interrupted saying a and come up drier than Auy Man i have Ever at state fairs everybody fairly tumbles into the Clear fresh Wells of Opportunity but Only a Small percentage emerge with a thorough saturation. We Are compelled to Deal with things As we find them but we have no right to leave them unimproved. Our Good old forefathers have vouchsafed to us various useful and Beautiful works. Many Are Well grown and Strong others Are Young wobbly and Rusy scene at typical Entrance. Weak depending on us for their development into a larger and nobler stature. Among our prize inheritances Are state fairs. Of these some Are Well advanced toward a maturity that accords with the spirit and temper of these wondrous times others have been underfed until they Are dwarfed in parts and overgrown in others. Criticism is of value even when it amounts to monotonous flaw picking but it is far More acceptable when accompanied by a constructive program containing practical ideas and workable suggestions. All Man made institutions Are More or less imperfect. Granted that our state fairs Are not what thoughtful men would have them be. Wiat Are their proposals for improvement ? How May their scope be enlarged and their influence vitalized what is the most important business of a state fair what is or should be the demand of the Farmer upon it Are not Many of the recent economic developments in agriculture ignored or at the Best Only eagerly recognized by the fairs Are there not Many opportunities for distinctive educational which Little or no attention is Given is it not time to Brush away the trash and chaff which weaken or cover up the useful nutritious Grain that lies in the primary object of a state fair and to concentrate its energies in a steady persistent Effort to make it irresistibly and comprehensively instructive to Farmers Aud breeders henceforth Why should not an agricultural state fair be strictly agricultural True to name and technical object dignified in its conduct devoid of spectacular honeycomb and the rubbish of contaminating concessionaires. Standing solidly upon the Rock of our basal Industry its hammers striking the one red hot Iron of educational purpose nothing forgotten. There is nothing no nothing innocent or Good that a Dies and is forgotten. Let us hold to that Faith or none. An infant a prattling child dying in the Cradle will live again in the better thoughts of those that loved it and play its part through them in the redeeming actions of the world though its body be Burnt to ashes or drowned in the deep sea. Forgotten of if the deeds of human creatures could be traced to their source How Beautiful would even death appear for How much Charity mercy and purified affection would be seen to have their growth in Dusty Graves a Deckena. Small engine big help. Perform manifold duties on farm from spraying to churning. Aside from using the gasoline engine for pumping water the Farmer must consider that it can be harnessed to j a Hose with which he May Sprinkle the Lawn Flower Beds truck Patch and Garden spec Hal y in Case the weather turns extremely dry and hot. One sprinkling at a critical period might save a whole seasons work from being thrown away. Its use As a sprayer for destroying pests in the poultry House can readily be seen and As it is portable it can be used in apply lug Fly repellent to live Stock spraying the potato Patch and Orchard Trees. It can also be used to Lay the disagreeable Dijt in the lots near the House and barns. J with the Hose attachment the pump engine can be used in cleaning out filthy hog troughs and foul water tanks and the Muddy Wagon and automobile can be More thoroughly and quickly cleaned off by it than by any j other method while the overworked housewife will find it a great labor Saver especially in scalding out the milk and Cream cans after using it for churning butter. J nature to Bridges we can boast of at least nine of them in this country. Our first wooden Bridges. Fall goods. A Bird of a Quot rooster. It they built about 1800 in the Eastern and Central states and then came the covered structures few Iron Bridges prior to 1850. Nature has provided this country with at least nine natural Bridges one in Virginia with a Span of about ninety three feet and about 200 feet High one in Aln Buma with a Span of about seventy feet and about 130 feet big five in California the largest of which has a Span of about eighty feet and is about Twenty feet High one in Kentucky with a Span of about seventy feet and about 130 feet Blob and one in Southern Florida of somewhat smaller dimensions. Bridge building in the bulted states is of comparatively recent accomplish a ment. The Early settlers were Eom i pulled to Ford the streams or Cross j them on rafts or in dugouts. When Washington crossed the Delaware wit his army there were no Bridges Over that River and history records Many instances of streams being forded with untold hardship and the consequent disasters and delays. Such incidents become serious matters when for sex owner refused $2,000 for him Madison Square Garden show. Some idea of the value of a Well bred Bird is derived from the fact that after exhibiting the Champion barred Plymouth Rock male at the Madison Square 6anlen show or. Bright the ample physicians Are unable to reach owner refused us offer of $2.000 for or a a Jared because of impasse him. Questioned As to the truth of this report by the country gentleman or. Bright said t was offered that Sam sure enough and was rather startled myself so that 1 was tempted to ask the one who made it with what kind of Money he intended to pay me. I knew that it had taken me thirty years to produce this Bird and that if i wished to continue to improve my Stock i could not afford to part with him so i refused the i May have been foolish and i May not at any rate. In eighteen months we sold $3.000 Worth of Birds and eggs produced by the Yard of which this male was the head.�?�. Nine males of which this one was the sire sold for $100 each and the eggs sold for $25 for thirteen. Two wheel fodder rack. Easily made at Home and can a handled by one Man and horse. Here is a rack that is used for hauling Corn fodder Straw and Many other things. Only two wheels Are used. These May be Mower wheels. They should be about Oue foot Back of the neuter of the rack so that the front end will stay Down on runners. Bore a Hole through the 2 by 8 Side pieces Wagon Back Fob fodder. Able Fords or Are compelled to expose themselves to unnecessary danger. Traffic conditions in general Are demoralized by unsafe Bridges or culverts. Pontoon Bridges have served temporary need in Many instances but especially in warfare. Mention is made of their use Tery Early in history and one of the most notable occasions was when the persian army under xerxe9 crossed the Hellespont on two Pontoon Bridges consisting one of 360 vessels and the Oil Quot a of 314. These were anchored lieu and Stern alongside of each other with their Keels in the direction of the current. The romans had wickerwork vessels covered with hides destined to support the Timber platform of a fridge. These formed a part of the train of their armies throughout the history of the Empire until 4�o6 a. The construction of Highway Bridges in this country began 4o a assume prac tical proportions about the year 1800, when Many wooden Bridges were built in the Eastern and Central states by Theodore Burr and Timothy Palmer. The wooden lattice truss was introduced Abor 1820 by Ithiel Towne. Many of these Bridges consisting of planks Pinna cd together in lattice work were built from this time on and they became or Quot known As a a Townes or a a covered. Edges. It is doubtful if much attention was Given to econom ical design. An Effort was made to protect the trusses from the weather by wooden roofs and sides in some in stances but very few were Ever painted to preserve the Timber. Thig Early Type of Bridge did service for Many years and some Are still in existence in Indiana and elsewhere. The first covered Bridge to be built for Axle. To keep fodder from resting on wheels make two simple wheel houses As illustrated. This rack s Low Down and one Man can Load it easier than two can a High Jujj Tippee apoe county and one of the wheeled Wagon. It is easy to pull since first in Neutral Indiana was the the horses Are hitched Low and take weight off runners. For Ordinary use no Tongue is necessary though it would be required if the rack were used on icy or Steep Hills. Cheap fertilizer. 4 save the droppings from the % poultry House. Fertilizer of 5�. Equal value if bought on the Market will Cost you $30 or More % a ton. For the easier gathering and handling of this fertilizer a platform of boards should be a placed under the roosts. This Ltd a platform should be scraped clean a at least twice a week. Water your plants Well. Keep potted plants Well watered. Many persons will pour a Little water on a Plant enough to soak an Inch or two and wonder that the plants do not grow. The trouble is that the growing part of the it Plant receives no nourishment plants should be watered every Day. And in such a Way that the roots get plenty of moisture. The soil should be Rich. Orchard and Garden. Uncle Allied Wood ashes sown broadcast in the Orchard will prove beneficial. Those who have Large Apple Orchards Are fortunate if they have evaporators for drying Windfall apples. This is a Good Way to utilize unsaleable fruit and thus add to the profits of the Orchard. The Garden teaches us valuable lessons on intensive farming. In it High Fertility and Good cultivation make a Small area produce Large crops. Why not adopt this system in Field crops enlarge the pasture reduce the Field and add to your profits. Sow Soine lettuce now and you May get some plants fit to use before Winter or at least some plants that you can Plant out in frames or the greenhouse a month later and have lettuce for thanksgiving and Christmas. Sow a Little Patch of rape Aud perhaps Rye near your Chicken Yard for pasture in open Days during december and in Early Spring. With currants and gooseberries fall is better than Spring pruning. Commence As soon As the leaves have partially fallen trimming out All drooping branches to encourage an upright growth. After the Bush is trimmed and All grass roots and weeds removed Mound up a Little covering All exposed rootlets. This operation serves As a fall hoeing and is much easier done then Frau in the Spring when the grass and weeds have More strongly fastened their roots in the ground. Brown Street Bridge Over the Wabash River at Lefayette according to the records on be in the office of pull roads Dean cent of agriculture. Thl old Structure that had been condemned for a Pood Many years has Long a a since disappeared. However a num her of covered wooden Bridges that were built More than a half Century ago Are still being used within a Dius of fifty Miles of Indianapolis. Few Iron Bridges were built in this country prior to 1850, and it was Only in 1847 that the first publication in the United states discussing the rational design of Bridge members was issued let a Squire Whipple of Utica. N. Y wrought Iron began to replace cast Iron about 1863. But steel was not used until about ten years later. The advantage of steel Over cast or wrought Iron bes in its greater tensile strength. A Foremost among structures representing some of the attractive As Well As substantial features in Good Bridge designing a the present age May be mentioned the Washington Bridge Over the Harlem River in new York a said the superintendent of construction of Bridge engineering office of Public roads. Washington a this Bridge has two Middle Arches of steel each 610 feet in Clear Span Rind seven masonry Arches each with a sixty foot Span. Its total length is 2,375 feet while the Width of its Roadway is eighty feet and its height above mean High water is 151 feet it was built at a Cost of $2,850,000.�?��?iifdianapolis news. Thackeray liked the omnibus. Thackeray was a frequent Patron of the Early omnibus. A i remember a writes a an old passenger a a a Driver pointing out or. Thackeray to me who was Riding by the Side of another omnibus Driver and i noticed the extraordinary length of his legs which he allowed to Dangle in the air. had his hat pushed Well Back Over his head and seemed to be keenly enjoying his ride and conversation with the Driver. A London chronicle. Save Money by buying your fall goods of us. New line now open bought direct from factory and offered at lowest margin of profit in dress goods notions shoes for men boys ladies and children matting in All grades agricultural implements All kinds of Mill feeds american steel wire Fence 39, 41, 47 and 53 inches High &c., amp a. Flour a specially. Call and let us save you Money. W. Rogers brq., on lev. A. Education. Education gives fecundity of thought copious Ness of illustration quickness vigor fancy words. Images and illustrations it decorates every common thing and gives the Power of trifling without being undignified and absurd. A Sydney Smith. History repeat itself. A can to say that the world is getting a bit asserted grandpa. A my grandson arks me the same silly questions that father asked at his a Lippincott s. It Wise books for half the truths they hold Are honoured Eliot easy enough. Tommy a Mamma Why Aren t you a Good boy like Willie bjones Tommy huh its easy enough for him to be Good. a sick most of the . Set to thinking. They Bud been talking As they walked. She Hud remarked pathetically 1 a Job. It must be terrible to a Man to be rejected by a woman a a indeed it must Quot was his response. Then after awhile with sympathetic disingenuous Ness she exclaimed a it does t seem that i could Ever have the heart to do and there came a silence Between them As he thought it Over. Setting him right. Sapi eight would you Era advise me to Era marry a Beautiful girl or a sensible girl afraid a you la never be Able to marry either old Man. Sap High Why not Ham Mersley Well a Beautiful girl could do better mud a sensible girl would know press. Another life if it were not better than this would be less a a Promise than a . Petit Senu a i had been troubled with constipation for two years and tried All of the Best physicians in Bristol tenu., and they cent old do nothing for me a writes Thos. E. Williams Middle Niro by. A two packages of chamberlains stomach and liver tablets cured for Sale by All dealers. A useful occupation. Lord Luff Langham warmly a the blasted commoners will soon have us out of business entirely Bah Jove what lord pull Elgba Yaas. Bah Jove Well soon Lin. A has be nothing but recreation Peers a a know a puck. Gratitude. Mrs. Gringo Steve. Why do you applaud that wretched clarinet player Gringo i applaud him because he a Alt Tribune. We wish to say that we keep at All times for Sale at the lowest possible margin of profit the following goods feeds Corn Oats a Hay and middling. Flou a we Ere now working on our second car Load since february. 8uilding materials shingles lathes Lime bricks and Cement. Farm implements planet or. Cultivators and Standard sprayers. We have a Complete assortment of sizes and values in screen doors and window screens Aud screen wire. Our Stock of general merchandise is Complete and Well selected. T. S. Hopkins c8, co., Tasley. A. Sash. Doors blinds. Parksley manufacturing cn., dealers in hardware paints oils and Varr Sheb the great mails c Range cast ranges Cook and heating stoves farming imply mints Mill feeds middling Corn and Oats bran and Chick f de bricks Lime Cement Lathi &c., Sash doors blinds Mante a 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. Parksley manufacturing co., a Parksley Virginia. Feed your working Stock Purina Stock feed and your laying hens Purina scratch feed and your Milch cows Protena Dairy feed. We Are jobbers of everything in the line of Hay Grain feed. Poultry feeds a specially. Mail orders Given our prompt attention. C. S. Schermerhorm amp son 127-129 Cheapside Baltimore my. Be you in Al t o h doors windows. Blinds Cement Lime hair flooring ceiling facings siding or moulding of any kind if so write or phone Ashburn amp King Pocomoke they have a full line of every things thoroughly seasoned and ready for shipment. Your Trade solicited. Martin amp Mason co Call attention to their. Large Stock of. A Sash doors blinds. Mouldings builders hardware. Shingles laths. Ume. Bricks and building material generally paints. Oils and painters supplies. We Are prepared to Cut House Bills to order also to manufacture barrel Staves Aud beads of Good Quality. Our grist Mill will run every saturday notwithstanding reports to the contrary. We shall at All times be pleased to show our goods and invite Yon to Call and inspect oar Stock before making your purchases and we will save you Money. Martin amp Mason co Harborton. Van insurance policy is As valuable As a deed. And it is a guarantee against misfortune who n backed by Large assets. It costs no More to get the Best. L protect your Home and by iness against fire by a policy in a one of the following companies. A assets. Sii plus to policy holders. Home insurance co., n. Y. $30,179,913 $15,329,613. Aetna insurance co., Conn. 21,023,554 12,369,016. Hartford insurance co. 24,363,635 8,928,967. I deity Phoenix n. Y. 13,790,298 5,734,08i. Phila. Underwriters 24,768.966 10,891,086. N. Y. Underwriters 24,363,635 8,923,967. Germania fire n. Y. 6,648,971 3,021,740. Petersburg saving amp ins. Co. 3,1st,47 822,926. Saint Paul fire amp Marine 7,028,7041 1,908,712. Hamburg Bremen fire Williamsburg City n. Y. 1,985,139 663,443. 2,844,451� 917,548. A fire amp Marine ins. Co 1,590,315 798,288. London Assurance corp. 3,665,813 1,195,075. Caledonian insurance co. 2,078,920 579,736. Queen of America american surety company 9,025,889 4,389,12t. 2,600,000 2,500,000. Represented by Kelly amp Nottingham agents Onancock Virginia. Family Fina Ciering. They Tell me 3 of work for a Dollar a Day How is it you clothe your boys on such pay i know you will think it 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. Hut clothes i buy on y for our son Pete. When Peters clothes Are to Small for Huu 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 fur Bill who in 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 a a Why once More we go round the Circle Coo plete a and begin to use them for patches for Pete 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. can suit the whole family my wife and the rest. Glick amp Cote new Busy Corner Onancock Virginia. A Dollar saved is a Dollar made. Are you thinking of building this fall if so come to see me and save Modey on doors windows blinds. Paints and oils Cement plaster Paris Terra Cotta piping of All sizes plastering laths. Shingles of All grades and sizes building material of All kinds we also carry in Stock at lowest prices furniture stoves Hay and Corn hog and poultry wire Best in world flour at ?5 26�?Ever thing in fact usually kept in first Elsb country store. Save Money by coming to my store. Ini g Johnson Marsh Market a. Fitting footwear. No guess work about our shoes designed and modelled by experts after human foot lasts. They look Well Wear Well because they Are made Well. Is j. Thomas amp co., 240 main st., Norfolk Virginia. Parksley Marble works manufacturers of Marble and Granite monuments headstones Tan lets a also dealers in Iron Fence e. Howard proprietor Parksley a. Likes Berwanger amp co., clo thims 8, 10 amp 12 e. Baltimore st. Tailors Baltimore my. Furnish to is notice of dissolution of partnership. To whom it May concern this is to certify that the partnership heretofore existing Between the undersigned Bailey a. Ashby and Edward o. Hickman under the style and firm name of Ashby amp Hickman dealers in general merchandise Accomac va., has this Day been dissolved by Mutual consent. The said Edward o. Hickman retires from the business which w la in the future be conducted by Bailey s. Ashby. The said Bailey 8. Ashby assumes All of the indebtedness against the said firm of Ashby amp Hickman and is a titled to and is authorized to collect All of the debts due the said firm. Given under our hands this 16th Day of november a. D., 1911. Bailey 8. Ashby Edward o. Hickman. Established 1887. W. Hutchinson amp co., wholesale commission # fruits and merchants produce. 315 Washington st., shipping no.104 new York. References Peoples Safe Deposit and Trust co., Jersey City. Aetna National Bank new York brads treets a and dunes mercantile i agencies. Highest Grade i a flour. Ask for it Wheir you 5 want the Best. . Mccosh amp Bros. A Baltimore. removal. The Public will please take notice that i have moved Back to my old stand next door to Bell harness t. Robinson at. Singer sewing machine co. And dealer in pianos organs and sewing machine supplies. The patronage of the Public solicited resister i Stock for Sale. My a All litters of Berkshire pigs Are now ready for shipment and can furnish pairs or trios not Akin 3 Large gilts will weigh about 15u lbs very Good individuals one male will weigh 260 to 300 lbs., a Good Lyp Berkshire with very fancy head. Will furnish registers and ship subject to examination if not satisfactory can be shipped Back to me at my expense. Large Strain barred Plymouth rocks male and female. Also Nice pair Bay mares 6 Aud 6 years old. Weighing Between 1.100 and 1.200 pounds each sound and Good workers. A Gray gelding 4 years old sound and Gohd Driver. Everything in the Best of condition. R. S. Young Onley a. Don t blame the gook if your bread and pastry 1b the foggy indigestible misery making kind. Its dollars to Dong nuts to at the flour is guilty of the offence. Our flour makes Light White delicious bread and pastry always. A poor Luck is unknown where it roles the cooking. It insures Good results because it is uniform l Quality monday tuesday wednesday and every Day in the week the Best. Candidly can you afford to go on using Hap Hazard flour when our mul to consumer system puts on Superior product in your Home at less expense we Cut on. The retailers profits. We sell you flour direct at wholesale prices. We will save you All those dollars that the retail dealer has previously pocketed. Try our method. You la never go Back to the old Way. Write us for prices. Of comot atty is. Eagle Mills r. L. Colona bricklayer and plasterer Accomac c. H., a. Work done by Day or contract and satisfaction guaranteed. Dead taken up and removed to cemetery. See me for Low prices before bargaining Mitt anyone else. C. S. Waples with we. Waterall amp co. Front and Mechanic sts., Camden n. J., manufacturers of combination and Universal mixed paints White Lead roof paints it. For Sale by j. W. Rogers a Bros. Finney. Bozza a i Powell a Wamplea. Maw Mason co., Rozera Bros., Rogers a Boggs. Melfa. A. Marsh a Bros. is q. F. Byrd . Bal Scimo Quot office can cancer be cured it can. The record of the Kellam Hospital is without a amp Kellel 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 1617 West main Street i Chmoni. V1rcima notice to creditors commissioners office Accomac c. H., va., i november 13, 1911. J to the creditors of Roberts. Taylor deceased and All others concerned you Are hereby notified that pursuant to decree in suit of we. P. Godwin amp a. Is. Robert s. Taylor Sadr. It als entered August 9, 1911, 1 have appointed the filth Day of december next at my said office for receiving proof of ail debts and demands against the said decedent or his estate at which time and place you Are required to attend and prove your claims. Given under my hand the Day and year first above written.1 Jno. S. Parsons commissioner in chancery of the circuit court for the county of Accomac new York Phila. Amp Norfolk r. R. A effect november 26 1811. South bound trains. No. 49 no. O7 no. 45 no 41 no. 47 leave . . . . . New York n.8-9 00 12 38 3 38 8 005 3� 3 00 6 57 1u00 Philadelphia 1117 a. M. Wilmington 12 02 p. M. 6 47 3 44 653 10 44 Baltimore 10 00 4 la 1 35 455 900 leave a. M. A. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. Dernar 3 .0 10 40 7 02 la 16 lib Salisbury 310 10 50 7 re 10 2� 1 48 p. M. Tasley 4 39 101 p 2t rape Charlea o i5 4 3j 10 40 430 old Point 8 10 6 20 6 30 a a Oriol k at i Vic 0 05 725 725 North Boun i trains. No. A4 no-48 no. 50 no 80 no. To leave a m. . P. M. A. M Norfolk 800 6 15 800 old Point a 8 46 7 15 8 45 Cate Charlee 1105 9 39 6 0i�?~ in 25 . Tasley 1� 7 31 a 02 a. M Salisbury 7 34 135 12 25 942 8 19 c i mar 8 01 200 12 54 10 16 359 arrive a. M p. M. A. M. P. M Wilmington la 22 435 4 06 7 41 p. M Pella Delphi 12 08 522 600 826 Baltimore 12 4o 703 6u1 9 50 new Yorac nj3. 2 48 805 7 32 11 18 and trains 49 and 50 daily. Trains 37, 45, 41, 47, 44, 48. 80 46 daily except sunday. A b. Cooke r. V. Mas8e1 a a a mss la Najvar. -�?~ui-.inrjt, m cemetery notice. Persons in Accomac Aud adjoining counties wishing to Mark the grave of a relative or Friend with a Tablet Tomb or Headstone a Marble or polished Granite. Cad now a so at a very Small outlay As we keep in Stock a Large Joi Lection of finished work of modern design of the Best Workman hip and at the very lowest prices. 115 n. Liberty st. Near Lexington also 314 8. Charles st. Gaddess Brothers established seventy five Yean Baltimore. My. Twenty years of fair dealing a a should justify anyone wanting a Tomb or Monument on this Peninsula in writing to Davis amp bro., Laurel del., or seeing our local agents t. G. Kellam Onancock. W. Pruitt. Temperan Cevil a Geo w. Abdell. Belle Haven. T d Gran Treville. Luther t. Lewis Sill maker at f. C. Lewis store Hunting Creek a. All rep ill work done promptly. a

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