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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - October 20, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Farm and Garden waste in Apple pomace. Hand presses in Ordinary use done to half the sugar. , come along. You be been so bad in a going to lock you up in the a Why a you have any bad apples Down cellar would youve a certainly a Only Good apples go Down cellar done to they a a of a is it the Good apples or the Good cellar that makes the bad boy Good a Here maps patience became exhausted and Johnny was not Only hustled Down to darkness but he got something that kept him warm Down there for a Long time. All of which leads up to the Point that an Apple cellar should be the tiniest and sweetest Corner of the House. Nothing else should Ever be stored in it. Its Walls should at least be Twenty inches thick and it should have abundant windows to of kept open All summer to draft of air and kept entirely free of any decay. There should be no moldy boards nor any smell of mildew in other words the air should be tit to breathe. When the apples Are stored the Daft should be stopped and when steady cold sets in you should shut the cellar tight and let it stay closed until May. You can place such a cellar As this conveniently under part of your barn possibly or under your Carriage House Only there should be no stable adjacent. The floor overhead should be covered with autumn leaves spread thickly. The thermometer All Winter should stand at about 33�?just above freezing. Tut your apples in shallow bins be an infant Apple Orchard. Ment to the floor to keep out rat9, add if barrels Are used set them up some what from the floor. Of course every Apple grown on the farm will not be Worth putting Down cellar but the lower qualities Are Worth going into cider if they could be so thoroughly pressed As to extract All the sugar instead of leaving a big proportion of it in the to face. A three pounds of sugar to a Bushel of apples is a High result with the Ordinary hand Mills. J3ut with an eighty ton Hydraulic press i have been Able to recover four Gallons of juice from fifty pounds of fruit double the Quantity 1 6buld recover with the hand Mills and yet i left in the Tilp at out 12 per cent of the says professor w. B. Alwood of the United. States department of agriculture. 25 per cent of the total weight of apples went out in pomace or from 4 to s per cent of the sugar. With the Best Power Mills under a most efficient working system it is certain that practically 5 per cent of sugar is thrown out. In the pomace. A there Are something like 5.000,000 bushels of apples worked up every crop year in new Yogt re state alone for byproducts if. We assume that 25 per cent of Aliis fruit will be left As pomace Ltd Vili have about 00,000, 000 pounds of a pomace which will contain a h 0.000 pounds of sugar or 1,500 tons. Data collected for 1909 indicate that this Quantity of pomace is produced and that 5 per cent of this pomace is sugar. A i am not Quot Able to Tell How much of a this pomace is wholly or partially lost nor can i Tell precisely How to recover All the sugar it contains As this investigation has just been begun but i want to emphasize this idea that this 1.500 tons of sugar if recovered would make 3,000,000 Gallons of vinegar which would go a Long Way toward paying the expense of managing the Orchard. One of the largest manufacturers of vinegar in the state told me recently that he expected pure cider vinegar to go to 30 cents wholesale in the next two years. A in regard to the Large amount of sugar that goes out in the pomace As waste i have never yet seen a manufacturer or a Farmer who bandied this pomace so As to recover nearly All a the sugar left in it. Thou sails of tons of pomace Are thrown out without the slightest attempt Ife eing made to recover the sugar. Some people to it Back on the soil but it ought not to be put on the soil at Ali until Well rotted. V a it has been Well established that it can be successfully used for cattle food. A France and England it is fed very successfully. Vermont and Massachusetts Experiment stations have also experimented with it and for several years have been feeding it successfully to milk gleaning in England. There is a popular but a Lite erroneous belief that a common Law right of gleaming exists in England. A Legal orbiter dictum that a Man who enters a Field for the purpose of gleaning cannot he prosecuted for trespass received the dubious support of Blackstone. But a majority of judges decided in a Case which came before the old court of common pleas that to Grant a general right to gleam would be contrary to Public policy because it would a demoralize the poor and a open a wide door to in Many parts of England the privilege is confined to the wives and children of the harvesters. Yet the privilege of gleaming became so firmly established in England that the local custom has been recognized by Many acts of parliament. In some country districts the a gleaning belly is still regularly rung from the Tower of the Parish Church during Harvest tide twice a Day to let the gleaners know when they May commence and when they must finish. Westminster a Jvette. A splendid milk cooler. Only Homs add construct Lon Nav did. Pay for self in a season. Here is shown a milk cooler that la Tery easily constructed by any one and will repay its Cost Many times Over to a seasons use. A Box form la constructed of the size you wish the outside of the cooler to be the inside la made in the same manner Only about eight inches smaller so As to allow for a four Inch Wall to the tank or cooler on All sides. The Concrete la mixed one part Portland Cement to five parts of Sand and gravel and the Bottor of cooler Laid first this May be Thiee and one half or four inches thick As you a cooler Fob fryery Dairy. Desire. The Box form for the inside is then set upon this floor or Bottom at an equal distance from the outside form on All four sides and the Concrete for the Walls placed and tamped Down. At one end the Wall is slightly lower in Center to provide for an overflow As shown. The tank should be High enough so that when filled with water it will be within two or three inches of the top of milk can and As the water is constantly changing the milk can be cooled very rapidly. The cooler May also be built slightly larger to allow for ice to be packed around the cans when it is desired to hasten the Cooling process. Silos enlarge farm. No need to increase acreage to increase productiveness. A notable feature of this years agriculture is the increase in silo building one manufacturer states that he has sold Over 4,500 silos and no doubt All manufacturers have done a bigger business than Ever before. The shortage of Hay has had a Good Deal to do with this of course but aside from that the silo has been steadily growing in favor for years. There is at present a marked tendency to utilize the silo for summer feeding. One acre of Corn stored in a silo is the equivalent of several acres of pasture. It never dries up and is always ready to feed. More silos and smaller ones allowing a part to stand until summer will be the future policy of men who want to enlarge their farms without adding to their acreage. The silo will help to make More big Little farms. It is a part of the policy of putting one farm on top of another that is usually called advanced farming or intensive Stockman and Farmer. Pail of Sand Good Friend. Always keep a Handy a painful of clean Sand. Nothing is More useful about the House. It cleans Rusf just plunge a Rusty knife or tool into the Sand several times and see for yourself. Then if a pan of grease on the stove starts to a Lotze. Done to douse the stove with water and run out of the Kitchen screaming for Ben or Joe or Bill. Use Sand. It smothers the Blaze quickly dissipates the smoke and instead of mussing up the stove As would water it really cleans it. Done to throw away a punctured water bag As being useless. Try filling it with Sand heated in a pie plate or shallow pan. The Sand will retain heat a Long time and for every practical purpose will be found As Good As hot water. Every one to his liking. A a Farmer and a town Man exchanged places for a week. A it was terrible a said the Farmer afterwards. A i sleep a Wink on account of the Street cars motorcycles and a a in la never try that again a said the town Man. A the roosters and the cows and the squealing pigs kept me awake every poultry pickings. A Bent wire Hook with the end fastened into an old Broom handle is a Handy article to catch a fowl running at Large. A with a Little practice one can easily catch a fowl with this Hook. Break up the Breeding pens if you have not already done so removing the male Birds from the flocks until after melting season. At this period of the year the Stock will do better unrated. Stronger Chicks can be grown by starting with commercial Chick feed placed before them so they can help themselves at will. This feed is composed of a variety of grains and seeds principally hulled Oats wheat and Corn cracked Fine Kaffir Corn Millet Etc. The Chicks should be allowed a Good sized run and must be always supplied with Green food charcoal grit and Oyster Shell. The demand for dressed fowls is rapidly increasing and poultry raisers Are finding it profitable to prepare their fowls for the Market help in the Home has become quite a problem during recent years and most City people prefer buying fowls already dressed. It is to the interest of the Farmer to get the Best prices for his Fawls. And if the Trade is willing to pay for it he is willing to deliver his Birds dressed. A desirable limitation. A i envy the Man who believes that superstition about Friday a said or. Grow Cher. A i consider it a not at All. A Man ought to be mighty comfortable who can feel sure there a Only Oue unlucky Day in the Star. Willie remembered. Mother reproving by a Willie some one else May like the tender bits of celery besides you. Why do you always pick them out when the dish is passed Willie you said a that i must never take the biggest pieces when things Are passed to transcript. We a had been troubled with constipation for two years and tried All of the debt physicians in Bristol tenn.,and they could do nothing for me a writes Thos. E. Williams Middleboro by. A a two packages of chamberlains stomach and liver tablets cured me for Sale by All dealers. Don t blame the gook it your bread and pastry is theft key a indigestible misery making kind. Its dollars to doughnuts that the flour is guilty of the a a offence. On flour makes Light White delicious bread and pastry always. A poor Luck is unknown where it rules 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 Mili to consumer system puts our 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 City m. Eagle Mills i highest flour. Ask for it when you want the Best. R. E. Mccosh for Bros. Baltimore. New York Phila. Amp Norfolk r. R. In effect november 26, 1911. South bound trains. No. 49 no. 87 no. 45 no. 41 no. 4? leave p. M. A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M new York . 9 00 12 38 8 38 8 x Philadelphia 11 17 6 35 3 00 6 57 10 of a. M. Wilmington 12 02 6 47 3 44 653 10 44 Baltimore 10 00 4 10 1 36 4 55 9 0 leave . . . . P. M Delmar 3 to 10 40 7 02 1016 13f Salisbury 3 10 10 56 7 16 10 27 14b p. M. Talley 4 39 1 01 9 21 Cape Charles 616 4 30. 10 40 4 3 old Point 8 00 6 20 6 2i Norfolk arrive 9 05 7 26 7 21 North bound trains. A no. 44 no. 48 no. 50 no. 80 no. V leave a. M. . . P. M. A. M Norfolk 8 00 6 15 8 0 old Point 8 45 7 16 8 4 Cape Charles 11 05 9 30 6 00 11 2 Tasley 10 4q 31 i 02 . Salisbury 7 34 1 35 12 26 9 42 8 19 Delmar 8 01 2 00 12 54 10 15 Ufa arrive a. M. P. M. A. M. P. M Wilmington 1 22 4 35 4 05 7 41 Philadelphia 12 08 a 5 22 5 00 8 26 Baltimore 12 40 7 03 6 01 9 50 new York . 2 48 3 u5 7 32 la of it trains 49 and 50 daily. Trains 37, 45, 41, 47, 44, 4880 and 16 daily except sunday. R. V. Massey a removal. The Public will please take notice that i have moved Back to my old stand next door to Bell harness co. John t. Robinson at. Singer sewing machine co. And dealer in pianos organs Quot and sewing machine supplies. The patronage of the pubic solicited. Registered Stock for Safe. My fall litters of Berkshire pigs Are now ready for shipment and can furnish pairs or trios not Akin 3 Large gilts will weigh about 166 lbs., very Good individuals one male will weigh 250 to 300 lbs., a Good Type 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 5 and 6 years old weighing Between 1,100 and 1,200 pounds each sound and Good workers. A Gray gelding 4 years old sound and Good Driver. Everything in the Best of condition fall goods. R. S. Young Onley 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 8offerers from cancer which it has treated during the past fifteen years. We have been endorsed by the Sequite and legislature of Virginia. We guarantee our cures. Physicians treated free. Kellam Hospital 1617 West main Street 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. O Call and let us save you Money. J. W. Rogers bro., Onley. A. Richmond Virginia 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 Hay and middling. Lour we Are now working on our second car Load since february. Building materials shingles lathes Lime bricks and Dement farm planet in. Cultivators and Standard sprayers. We have a Complete assortment of sizes and values in screen doors and window screens and screen wire. Our Stock of general merchandise Complete and Well selected. T. S. Hopkins is co., Tasley. A. Sash doors blinds. Parks lev manufacturing co.,. Dealers in hardware paints oils and varnishes the great Maits c Range cast ranges Cook and heating stoves farming imply aunts Mill feeds middling Corn and Oats bran and Chick f Cri 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. A a a Parksley manufacturing co., Parksley Virginia. An insurance policy is As valuable As a deed. And it is a guarantee against misfortune when backed by larg 4.ssets, it costs no More to get the Best. Protect your Home and by iness against fire by a policy in one of the following companies assets. Surplus to policy holders. Home insurance co., n. Y. 130,179,913 Aetna insurance co., Conn. -?1,023,654 Hartford insurance co. 24,363,635 Fidelity Phoenix n. Y. 13,790,298 Phila. Underwriters 24,768,966 n. Y. Underwriters 24,363,635 Germania fire by. 6,648,97�?T�?� Petersburg savings amp ins. Co. 3,166,47 Saint Paul fire amp Marine 7,028,704 Hamburg Bremen fire 1,985,139 Williamsburg City n. Y. A 2,844,45.1 a file amp Marine ins. Co. 1,590,316 London Assurance corp. V 3,665 813 caledonian insurance co. 2,078,920 Queen of America 9,025,889 american surety company 2,500,000 represented by $15,329,613. 12,369,016. 8.923.967. 5,734,087. 10,891,086. 8.923.967. 3,021,740. 822,926. 1,908,712. 663,443. 917,548. 798,28?. 1,195,075. 579,736. 4,389,125. 2,500,000. Kelly amp Nottingham agents. Onancock Virginia. Family Fina Ciering. They Tell me you 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. But clothes i buy on y for our Ron Pete. A when Peters clothes Are to Small for him to go on my wife makes them Over and gives them to John when for John who is ten Urey have Crown out of Date she just makes them Over for Jim Lio is eight when for Jim they have become too ragged to fix. She just makes them Over for Bill who u 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. 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 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 to and save Money on doors windows blinds paints and oils Cement plaster Paris Terra Cotta piping of All sizes plastering laths shingles of All grades and sizes nil did 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 $5.25�?every thing in fact usually kept in first class country store. Save Money by coming to my store. V Ben g. Johnson Marsh Market a. No. 6a46. Report of the condition a of the Parksley National Bank at Parksley in the state of Virginia at the close of business. December 5th, 1911 resources. Loans and discounts 1149,629 69 overdrafts secured 650 47 u. S. Bonds to secure circulation 60.000 00 premiums . 8. Bonds 1,900 00 Bonds securities Etc. 17,212 50 banking House furniture and fixtures 12,004 30 due from National bunks not Reserve agents 1,79� go due from 8tate and private Banks and Bankers. Trust companies and 8avings Banks 31174 due from approved Reserve agents 13 �25 47 notes of other National Banks 455 00 fractional paper currency Nickels and cents egg 09 lawful Money Reserve in Bank Viz specie 6,781 i0 Legal tender notes 3,400 00 9,18110 Naira us redemption fund with u. 8. Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation total 3.000 00 $269.332 j6. Liabilities. Capital Stock paid in surplus fund t Jujj undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 1 National Bank notes outstanding 60 individual deposits subject to Check 70.649 29 demand certificates of Deposit 39,243 26 certified checks 447 07 total deposits no Bills payable including certificates of Deposit for Money borrowed 26 1.000 00 .000 00 ,992 54 ,000 00 1.339 62 .00000 total $269.332 16 state of Virginia county of Accomac ssh a i 1 jma8,on cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above and beef a a Best 01 my kn0 Vleda a corrects attest we k ma80n�?Tcaehier h. Thos. Mason. J. W. Chandler. E. D. Hinman. S.8.ubfcibed and 8,w? to before me the tatty Day of december Lulli. Roy d. White. Notary Public. Fitting footwear. No guess work about it it or shoes designed Quot and modelled by experts after human foot lasts. They look Well Wear Well because they Are made Well. S. J. Thomas amp co., Quot 240 main st., Norfolk. Virginia. Marble works manufacturers of Marble and Granite monuments headstones Tab a lets amp a also dealers in Iron Fence. E. Howard proprietor Parksley a. Statement of the financial condition of the Belle Haven Bank inc., located at Belle Haven in the county of Accomac. State of Virginia at the close of business Sou combat asian a a a a he 8ta�?~e c�rp0ra resources. Loans and discounts Goi overdrafts Sec Jred. 194 69 oven rafts. Unsecured 103 76 ban King House and lot 3 other real estate owned it furniture and fixtures. T due from National Banks 14 due from state Banks private Bank a Ere. And Trust companies paper currency 3 fractional paper currency Nickels and cents Gold Coin Silver Coin .560 58 298 41 930 00 ,000 00 .435 a a ,711 07 145 50 ,3s3 00 33 63 77 50 327 45 total $87.902 18 r ,. ,. Liabilities capital Stock paid in 17 am in surplus fund it ooh 00 undivided profits less amount paid for a expenses and taxes 1.8-3 79 08 a a �5.456 58 certified checks 5� a Cashiers checks outstanding �87 3$ total $87,902 18 Al. I78 01?. President do solemnly swear that the above is a True statement of the financial condition of the Bank Susewi Loca a lat Belle Haven in the x Accomac. State of Virginia at the i i i a or re. A the a a it the fit of december. 1911, to the Best of my knowledge and belief Correct attest to a a hi8lop�?~ s. Sydney Kellam to. Hyslop. Target p. Ward. State of Virginia. County of a coma �?oirect�r8 sworn to and subscribed before me by Tohn 1911 a hysl0p-presldent.thisttl,Day of december. To. G. Emmett. Notary Public. My commission expires August 31. 1914. No. 7258 report of the condition of the Farmers and merchants National Bank at Onley. In the state of Virginia at the close of business december 5th., 1911. Resources. Loans and discounts egg overdrafts secured and unsecured . Bonds to secure circulation 50 u. S. Bonds to secure u. S. Deposits 1 premiums on.. Bonds it Bonds securities Etc 19 banking House furniture and fixtures 8 due from National Banks not Reserve agents due from state and private Banks and Bankers. Trusts companies and savings Banks 5 due from approved Reserve agents 84 notes of other National Banks 3�?T fractional paper currency Nickels. And cents lawful Money Reserve in Bank Viz specie 9 Legal tender notes redemption fund with u. S. Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 4 2,5o0 00 total liabilities. Capital Stock paid in surplus fund undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding due to state and private Banks and Bankers dividends unpaid individual deposits subject to Check certified checks Cashiers checks outstanding United states deposits total .408 89 24 �8 .000 00 .000 00 �?T.250 00 .350 00 .732 29 .888 32 ,776 70 ,058 24 ,350 00 469 00 595 00 $369.061 49 $ 50,000 00 18.0g�g0 2.568 66 50.000 00 32.396 29 39 00 213.545 52 42 24 1,469 78 1.00000 $369.061 49 stat of Virginia. County of Accomac is a i. . Parsons. Cashier of the above a amed Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is True to the Best of my knowledge and belief. Correct attest we a a par80n8 Cashiers w. A. Burton a. J. Mcmath. / Ben t. Gunter subscribed and sworn to before huh Day of december 1911. R. Oldham notary Public. 7659. Report of the condition of the Hailwood National Bank at Hailwood in the state of Virginia at the close of business. December 6th, 1911. Resources. Loans and discounts overdrafts secured and unsecured u. S. Bonds to secure circulation premiums . 8. Bonds Bonds securities Etc banking House. Furniture and fixtures other real estate owned due from National Banks not Reserve agents due from approved Reserve agents checks and other Cash items notes of other National Banks fractional paper currency Nickels and cents lawful Money Reserve in Bank Viz Legal tender notes redemption fund with u. S. Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation $72.083 28 897 71 7.000 00 210 00 12.036 11 4,719 00 1,106 24 16.482 38 87,543 u 13 55 315 00 524 15 6,635 00 350 00 $159,9i5 53 4940. Report of the condition of the first National Bank at Onancock in the state of Virginia at the close of business. December 5th. 1911. Resources Loans and discounts $252.729 50 overdrafts secured and unsecured 1,074 26 u 8. Bonds to secure circulation 5o.00u00 premiums . S. Bonds 1,500 00 Bonds. Securities Etc 124.588 50 banking House. Furniture and fixtures 7.000 00 due from National Banks not Reserve agents 1.138 48 due from state and private Banks and Bankers Trust companies and savings Banks 1 714 42 due from approved Reserve agents 129.679 01 checks and other Cash items 219 45 notes of other National Banks 3.165 00 u rational paper currency Nickels. And cents Igi 20 lawful Money Reserve in Bank Vic a specie 20.051 15 Legal tender notes 13.140 00 33.301 16 redemption fund with u. S. Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 25 00 00 total liabilities. Capital Stock paid in. Surplus fund undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding due to other National Banks due to state and private Banks and Bankers individual deposits subject to Check certified checks Cashiers checks outstanding $608.880 97 total $50.000 00 40,000 00 9,570 04 49.500 00 7,431 47 84.446 36 406.530 79 377 67 11.024 41 $608,880 97 state of Virginia. County of Accomac is i o. L. Parker cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is True to the Best of my knowledge and belief. O. L. Parker. Cashier. Correct attest Henry f. Powell. A Jno. 8 Waples. E. E. . Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th Day of december. 1911. W. J. Doughty. Notary Public. Statement of the financial condition of the Accomac banking co.iinc., located at Parksley and Bloxom. In the county of Accomac state of Virginia at the close of business december 5th. 1911. Made to the state corporation commission. Resources. Loans and discounts a $151.73027 overdrafts secured. $762 96, unsecured. $113 77, 87673 banking House and lot 8.005 00 furniture and fixtures. 3.278 61 due from National Banks 53,732 9�?� due from state Banks private Bankers and Trust companies 748 00 paper currency. 10,875 00 fractional paper currency Nickels and cents 214 05 old Coin i92 00 Lver Coin 620 00 All other items of resources Viz treas. Of Accomac co. Total $233.27 liabilities. Capital Stock paid in $37.000 00 surplus fund 9,300 00 undivided profits less amount paid for interest expenses and taxes 1 832 0 individual deposits 181,9613# certified checks 16 71 Cashiers checks outstanding 1 357 1� due to National Banks l.8u5 9t total $233.273 23 i j. W. Bowdoin president do solemnly swear that the above is a True statement of the financial condition of the Accomac banking company. Incorporated located at Parksley and Bloxom. In the county of Accomac state of Virginia Ai the close of business on the 5th Day of december. 1911, to the Best of my knowledge and belief. J. W. Bowdoin president. Correct attest s. W. Parks. J. Harry Rew. Edward co Iona. Directors. State of Virginia county of Accomac. Sworn to and subscribed before me by j. W Bowdoin. Presid Enthis 12th Day of december 1911. Mabel Platt. Notary Public. My commission expires december 1st. 1913. Statement of the financial condition of the Farmers and merchants Bank inc., located at new Church to the county of Accomac. State of Virginia at the close of business. December 5th., i9u.madeto the state corporation commission. Resources. Loans and discounts overdrafts unsecured banking House and lot furniture and fixtures other Cash items due from National Banks paper currency fractional paper currency Nickels and cents Gold Coin Silver Coin total $39.519 0t 45 u 3.350 00 85�0c 16 55 34.407 82 1.627 00 4510 1,055 of 423 41 statement of the financial condition of the Melfa banking co., inc., located at Melfa in the county of Accomac state of Virginia at the close of business dec-5th, 1911, made to the state corporation commission. Resources. Loans and discounts 31 overdrafts secured banking House and lot 5 furniture and fixtures Dae from National Banks m due from state Banks. Private ban it Ere and Trust companies paper currency4 fractional paper currency Nickels and cents Gold Coin Silver Coin .21318 17145 ,429 14 ,640 p4 ,759 43 382 17 .470 00 12168 27 50 239 70 total $62.456 09 liabilities. Capital Stock paid in f 19 undivided profits less amount paid for interest expenses and taxes individual deposits subject to Check 4i Cashiers checks outstanding 673 22 .487 80 794 07 total $62.455 09 . Waters. Cashier do solemnly swear that the above is a True statement of the financial condition of the Melfa banking company incorporated located at Melfa in the county of Accomac. State of Virginia at the close of business on the 5th Day of dec. 1911 to the Best of my knowledge and belief. N. W. E. Waters. Cashier. Correct attest c. Rovers w. Hatton. A Thos. B. James directors. State of Virginia. County of Accomac sworn to and subscribed before me by w e Waters cashier this 13th Day of dec. 1911 a Ernest t. Harmon notary Public. My commission expires 8th Day of March. 1918. George l. Doughty jr., at Tomey at Law. Foll Cebu Accomac and Belle Haven. Practices in All courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. P. Aylett at Tomey at Law. Office Accomac c. Practices in All courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. J. Abbott Byrd attorney and at Law. Offices Accomac j. H., Shinco Teague Island Ai d me Tompkin a. At Chincoteague Island 4t>h week in every month. Will practice in All the Coarts of the Eastern Shore of Virginia. John w. West attorney at Law. Practices in All the courts of the Eastern Shore of a. Offices a. At Onancock and Accomac 0. Stewart k. Powell attorney ate Law offices a Accomac o. And Onan Jock a. Practices in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. »81,339 07 liabilities capital Stock paid in �15,000 00 undivided profits less amount paid for interest. Expenses and xes 1,942 la individual deposits. 63,6�7 9i certified checks 399 9c Cashiers checks outstanding 309 08 total $81,339 07 i. C. J. Matthews cashier do solemnly swear that the above is a True statement of the financial condition of the Farmers and merchants Bank inc., located at new Church in the county of Accomac. 8tate of Virginia at the close of business on the 5th Day of december 1911, to the Best of my knowledge and belief. C. J. Matthews cashier. Correct attest John f. Nelson jr., j e. Johnson. S. ,.directors. State of Virginia. County of Accomac sworn to and subscribed before me by c. J. Matthews cashier this 11th Day of december. 1911. Samuel j. Revell notary Public. My commission expires 22nd Day March 1913. Statement of the financial condition a of the Bank of Chincoteague incorporated located at Chincoteague in the county of Accomac state of Virginia at the close of business. December 5th, 1911, made to the state corporation commission. Total liabilities. Capital Stock paid in $25 000 00 surplus fund 6 700 �,0 undivided profits less expenses and a taxes paid 759 47 National Bank notes outstanding 6.700 00 due to other National Banks 3,848 10 due to state and private Banks and a Bankers individual deposits subject to Check demand certificates of deposits 48,420 20 Cashiers checks outstanding a 36 79 total $159.9153 state of Virginia. County of Accomac is i Johnt. Lewis cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is True to the Best of my knowledge and belief. John t. Lewis cashier. Correct attest Geo. W. Hitchens Jas. W. Broughton e. Conquest. Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th Day of december. 1911. J4. A Hall. Notary Yaklic. Resources. Loans and discounts overdrafts unsecured Bonds securities Etc., owned including Premium on same 40, banking House and lot 4, one from National Banks due from state Banks private Bankers and Trust companies 5, paper currency 4, fractional paper currency Nickels and cents Gold coi Silver Coin 1 ,3l9 99 12517 1.170 00 .600 00 435 324 28 310 00 093 75 total $103.710 34 liabilities. Capital Stock paid in 30,000 00 undivided profits less amount paid for interest expenses and taxes 671 01 individual deposits 10.113 17 savings deposits 41.35516 certified Check 53 Oil Ltd Ashier a checks outstanding 309 15 one to National Banks 1.147 83 total �103.710 34 i Daniel Jeffries cashier do solemnly swear that the above is a True statement of the of the Bank of Chincoteague. Incorporated located at Chincoteague. In the county of Accomac. State of Virginia at the close do business on the 5tb Day of december 1911, to the Best of my knowledge and belief. Daniel Jeffries. Cashier. Correct attest a j. Matthews t. P. Selby. R l. Marshall directors. State of Virginia county of Accomac sworn to and subscribed before me by Daniel Jeffries cashier this 13th Day of december. 1911. Ralph h. Anderton. Notary Public. Jay Tomail Samoa expire. Pehr aary a it the. 1�1. 4 b. Wescott. 8. Jas. Turlington. Wescott s Turlington attorneys at Law Iffla Csc Accomac o. H., Mapps Burg and fair Oaks a. Practice in All the courts on the Eastern bore of Virginia. Walter Mapp. J. Brooks Mapp Mapp Mapp. Atto Meys at Law. Offices Grangeville Keller and Accomac o. H., practice in All courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Otho f. Me a re at Tomey at Law offices Eastville Northampton county and Accomac court House practices in All courts on the Eastern Floore of Virginia. John s. Parsons attorney at Law Accomac it courthouse. V a. Will practice in All courts of acco Mac and Northampton counties. Jno Job. And j. Harky Rew. At Tameyo at Law. Offices Accomac o. And Parks by. At Ace Omae c. H., every wednesday. Ltd ill practice in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Ben t. Guntep., at Tomey at Law Accomac o. A. A. Will practice in All the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties i. Floyd Nook. A attorney at Law a Accomac o. H., a. Practices in All the courts on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Warner Ames attorney at Law offices Accomac c. And Onancock at Accomac c. Every wednesday and Friday. Will practice in All the courts of Accomac and Northampton counties. 5 John e. Nottingham jr., a attorney at Law a Franktown. A practices in All the courts on the i astern Shore of Virginia. Or. D. Lilliston dentist. A Accomac court House office hours Frost a. M. To 5 p. M. Will be at Parksley very tuesday or. John a. Turlington veterinarian. Graduate United states College of veterinary science. Fair Oaks Virginia. Via Melfa office hours 7 to 9 a. M.�?6 to 8 p. M. Will practice in Accomac and Northampton counties. Or. W. M. Turlington veterinarian fair Oaks a. Reference part patrons. Oan be called by phone Day or kit. W. G. Emmett notary Public Balle Haven Virginia. Fred. E. Ruediger county bub Eyob Accomac c. H., a. Thoroughly equipped with latest and Best instruments oilers his services to be citizens of Accomac county. Or. Has. F. Turman dentist. I will be at Bloxom to practice my profession on the following dates december 11, 12, 13, 11. Main office Chincoteague a

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