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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - September 29, 1920, Big Stone Gap, Virginia A a a. A a it a a a v. J a Imi is a Peninsula Enterprise John w. Edmonds editor and owner too Oman court House a. Entered at the poet office at Accomac o. Al. Va., As second Clase matter. Saturday november 25, 1911. It is evident that the Battle for control of the Republican National convention next year Between the progressives and stand patters is to be War to the knife and knife to the Hilt. The friends of president to it Are showing a great Deal of discomfiture Over the demands of the progressives who Are United on la Follette for the nomination that the question of Choice shall be submitted to the rank and file of the party. The la Follette Boomers have made a formal demand for a presidential preference primary. It is certain that there will be such a primary in not less than a dozen states. Five have already provided for it in legislation. In several other states legislation will be enacted this win ter. In still others where the progressives Are in control but in which there will be no sessions of the Legislatures the primaries will be called by the state committees. In those states in which the stand patters control the. Organization there is no feverish haste to organize primaries but it is a question whether the reactionaries can safely resist a demand for Public expression of preference if it becomes insistent another Thorn in the Side of the stand patters is the reported change of sentiment among Federal officeholders in the South. It had All along been conceded that or. Taft would control the Southern delegates through the Power of Federal patronage but now it is said the officeholders Are becoming imbued with the idea that a renomination of Taft spells certain defeat in the ensuing election and that the Only Hope of holding on to their jobs lies in the nomination progressive who might have a possible Chance of election. The switching of the Southern delegates from Taft to la Follette is not an impossible contingency which is decidedly alarming to the reactionaries. There is no doubt that from now on the fight for the control of the Republican National convention will be aggressive and bitter. But whichever Side wins Victory will end right there. The next president will be a Democrat. The first National convention of the american association for Highway improvement was held in the City of Richmond this week and if the enthusiasm manifested in its proceedings by the Dis. To anguished men present counts for anything a Long step was taken in the interest of Good roads throughout the country. Many of the speakers submitted their views As to the necessity for Good roads and the benefits conferred by them but the most notable address seems to have been made by the Junior senator from Virginia Hon Claude a. Swanson. According to his views the solution of the problem of Good roads is through Quot government aids and in the furtherance of that object he wants the government to appropriate fifty millions of dollars a year upon the same plan that the state of Virginia now helps the various counties the state bearing a proportion of the expense of constructing the Road while the counties Bear the remainder of the Cost. Senator Martin also made a speech favouring the fifty million Dollar appropriation and the association As a body seems to have been so much impressed with their views that a Resolution was adopted Quot to memorialize the Congress of the United states to extend National Aid to the Sev eral states of the Union for the purpose of aiding and encouraging them to build and maintain Good roads a along the lines suggested by the senators from Virginia. November 7,1911, appears to have been a Field Day for the Independent voter. Massachusetts those a Democrat for governor and republicans for other state offices. Philadelphia smashed the Penrose slate by electing the democratic Keystone candidates for mayor and solicitor. Maryland elected the Republican candidate for governor and the democratic nominees for other state offices. Mississippi democrats appear to have elected a socialist lieutenant governor because of dissatisfaction with their own candidate. Taken As a whole it seems to have been a bad Day for All kinds of political Bosses. Claus Spreckles the great sugar magnate has been a Democrat tor 30 years but he did no to know it for All that time he has been training under a Republican Banner and endeavouring to Reform that party. Now he has Given it up As a bad Job and come Over where he belongs. Or. Spreckles says the Republican party cannot be depended upon to make a proper reduction of Tariff duties and that Tariff Reform is the big Reform which will put the country on its feet. He sees no Hope for this except in democratic Success. Statistics just compiled by the state health department confirm the recent predictions that the crusade against consumption in the state was beginning to show results. According to these figures since the year ending september 30,1909�?T it was estimated that 12,127 cases of consumption had originated in the state during the twelve months then ending. The figures Given out show an estimated total of Only 8,651 new cases this year. At a meeting of All the boys com clubs in Culpeper county there were a great Many competitors for the various prizes offered by the state and the u. S agricultural departments. While most of the boys showed Good yields the first prize $20, for raising the greatest number of barrels to the acre was awarded Chas. Broils aged 13 years and six months. He raised 24 barrels to the acre Only eight barrels less than highest yield. Baptist general association. The Baptist general association closed its eighty eighth annual session monday night and adjourned to meet in Petersburg next november. The features of the dosing session were the Fine and memorable addresses by professor Spencer b. Mee ser D., of grower Seminary Chester pa., and Rev. Ashby Jones d d., formerly of Richmond now of Augusta a. At the morning session various matters were under consideration. Or. Oliver f. Gregory of Staunton read a paper on systematic Beneficence and Rev. J. T. Tucker made a statement in the interests of the Baptist ministerial fraternal association. Then came the memorial meeting in Honor of the beloved dead. The list was unusually Long and included the names of drs. William h. Whitsitt James b. Taylor and John Pollard who died in Richmond and revs. J. W. Martin of Amherst George h Snead of Fluvanna and f. R. Boston of Warrenton. The report on Temperance was next presented and the following resolutions adopted 1 that we the Baptist general association of Virginia pledge on hostility to the beverage liquor traffic and urge our people to use All honorable efforts for its extermination. 2 that we i affirm our Confidence in the anti Saloon league of Virginia and commend it to the support of our people. 3 that we condemn and deplore the action of Secretary Wilson in accepting the honorary chairmanship brewery a convention while holding Federal office. 4 that we petition our representatives in Congress to urge and support a measure that will so regulate interstate Commerce As to prevent the shipments of intoxicating liquors into prohibition territory. 5 that we heartily commend those newspapers that Are with us in our fight against the liquor traffic and refuse to sell their advertising columns As an Agency for the liquor interests. 6j that we the Baptist general association of Virginia in annual session in the City of Norfolk 1911, and representing More than 150,000 White people in this state do earnestly petition the next legislature of Virginia to enact such a measure As will give the people an Opportunity to vote on the question of state prohibition of the liquor traffic. It is a significant fact the methodist conference adopted similar resolutions to the above. Thus the two greatest religious bodies of the state Are a unit on the Temperance question. Resolutions of respect. The following resolutions were unanimously adopted by the Accomac methodist sunday school on sunday november 12th, 1911 whereas on the 30th Day of october 1911, our beloved brother opt. Samuel 8. Milliner was called from his earthly pilgrimage to his eternal Home therefore be it resolved 1, that while we Bow in Humble submission to the will of our Hevenly father yet our hearts Are sorely grieved by his departure. 2. That in the death of brother Milliner our sunday school and Church have lost a member whose Long life and splendid character endeared him to All who had the pleasure of knowing him and those who knew him Best loved him most. 3 to the bereaved widow and children we extend our deepest sympathy and commend them in the hour of their sorrow to him who doth All things Well. 4. That a copy of these resolutions be published in the Peninsula Enterprise and a copy forwarded to the widow of our brother. Asa Driscoll l. Floyd Nock Ernest t. Koenig s. J. Stevenson committee. Notice. There is a lie started that i must answer. They say i Haven to done anything for my family Down the Island. Look at what i have Given them. A 1 House and lot Down Island $1,600. 1 a a a Uptown Sloop Morris Cost me $1,500 Cash at one time 1,200. 1,200. 1,000. 400. For Christmas presents and Cash Poney Wood and Coal i tract of land on Piney Island a 12 years i paid $9.00 a week which is 624 weeks at $9.00 per week building lot i gave Lyda i spent on Morris leg for doctors Bills 5qo total 12.716. We. O. Bunting. 500 200 5,616. 500. Business notices Fob sale�?200 barrels of seed Irish potatoes at $4.00 per barrel also cab Bage plants at 15 cents per 100, or $1.25 per 1000, ready to set 15th of november. A. J. Barnes Bloxom a. Notice having had six years experience with All the latest simple met for pulling stumps preparing new ground and moving houses i now offer my services to the people of Accomac and Northampton counties by Day or contract strict attention Given to All business. G. H. Gravenor Rueve. Fob Sale a lot in Onancock 300x200 feet near s. J. Bulls store with barn office Mill House &c., thereon. Possession Given Jannary 1, 1912 also have for Sale about 2 acres of Good Timber near deep Creek store. For particulars apply to w. A Youn Onancock . Cole l. Blease present governor of South Carolina is in Richmond in his private capacity As an attorney contending in the u. S. Circuit court of appeals for the Freedom of Milton a. Carlisle charged with having misappropriated $40,000 of the National Bank of newbery s. A of which he was president this is without precedent in Virginia. Or. Blease explains that he was retained by Carlisle before his election to the governorship. Notice houses moved and repaired and new work done by the undersigned at any Points in Ace Omae and Northampton by Day or contract. Prompt attention Given to All Calls by letter or phone at my House. Jno. R. Outen amp son contractors and builders Onancock a. Notice All parties indebted to the firm of j. W. Inn disk on store account Are earnestly requested to come Forward and Settle at once or their accounts will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection. J w. Bundick Mode town a. Fob Sale a tract of Timber containing from 50 to 60 acres 2i to 3 Miles East of Legato station. Jno. 8. Parsons atty., Accomac a. Fob Sale-250,000 Charleston Wake Field cabbage plants and250,000 extra Early express cabbage plants ready to set out at once at 10 cents per 100. Burnie Mears r. F. 4, Pocomoke City my. Fob Sale one million extra Early Charleston Wakefield cabbage plants ready for delivery november 1st, 15e. Per 100., $1.25 per 1,000. Write for prices in larger quantities. Haley Rob it Daugherty a. Notice All persons having claims against the estates of l. , deceased Levin l. Hopkins deceased or miss Melissie f. Hutchinson deceased or either of them will present the same properly verified to the undersigned administrator and All persons indebted to either of them will prepare for an Early settlement of the same. Edwin t. Powell add or. Nov. 8., 1911. To stockholders and shippers of Keller division this is to give notice that i am a candidate for the position of agent of said division of the e. S. A. Produce Exchange and will if elected give prompt and faithful Servole in the discharge of the duties of said position. Soliciting your support. Very truly Harry e. Mears. Notice All persons Are hereby forewarned from gunning or trespassing in any Way on the Brush and Lewis farm in upshure neck on penalty prosecution to full extent of Law. Reward of $10.00 will be paid for evidence sufficient to convict anyone of gunning on same. L. Floyd Nock. Fob Sale Rhode Island red cooker Els that Are red White Orpington look reels from prize winners scotch Collie pups the kind that drives at the Heel. W. Turlington fair Oaks a Public Sale Carload of Missouri mules these Are extra Fine Young Well broken mules from two to six years old and from 14$ to 16$ hands High. They a will be sold for the High Dollar at the stables of John Johnson Parksley va., saturday december 2d, 1911, rain or Shine. Sale commences at 2 of clock p. This will be the Best Carload of mules Ever sold on the Eastern Shore. Terms made known at Sale. Sale conducted by George Vickery and capt. John h. Long. Lots Fob Sale Oak Hall a. At Scato station Jno. S. Parsons Coom to a. Notice Honses moved by Day or contract at any Point in Accomac or Northampton on reasonable terms by the undersigned. Prompt attention Given to by letter or phone at my Home. G. T. Groton Parksley a. To lend�?$3,000.00 upon unencumbered real estate in Accomac county. Apply to a j. Brooks Mapp attorney Keller a. For Sale new runabout cheap for Cash. Thos. W. Twyford Accomac a. Fob Sale Bowling alleys Pool tables Box Ball alleys soda Fountain and How cases including state License cheap. Also House Aud lot at Chincoteague. Apply to or. Chas. W. Purnell Cambridge Sale one Sloop in first class shape ready for immediate use will carry 200 bushels of oysters. Will sell cheap and can be seen at Davis wharf. Apply to Forrest m. Davis Davis wharf a. Fob sale�?10 shares of e s. Of a. Fire insurance Stock and 150 Hareb of e. S. Of a. Produce Exchange Stock. Box no. 5, Keller a. Fob Sale one Jack Brereton horse six years old an excellent driving horse and gentle enough for a lady to drive. Reason for Selling want a heavier horse for Hanoi ugh also one pair thoroughbred Beagle hounds 2j Yearb old Fine Hunters. G. T. Turner Parksley a. Wanted a Middle aged woman to do general housework for a family of four. Apply tax John e. Turner Exmore a. For Sale Good truck farm located on Pocomoke River two Miles West of Pocomoke City contains 75 acres 60 in cultivation remainder Well set in Pine and Oak. Plenty of resources. Has a tenement on it with a Good tenant who will cultivate 15 acres leaving 45 acres to the main building. About 9 acres in Clover and Rye Well set i am now getting material together to build an addition to the main building which when finished will make it a nine room residence conveniently arranged. S if you want a first class truck farm come and see this one and if you want a bargain i can give you one on the most reasonable terms. For particulars write to we. Whitehead owner Pocomoke City my. Come boys auction. Lets have an Public Sale of store goods. V made by Accomac grocery go. To the undersigned and recorded in the clerks office of Accomac county november 18, 1911, will sell at Public auction in front of the store just a recently occupied by said Accomac grocery co at Accomac 0. Hon saturday december 2d, at 1 of clock p.m., All the Stock of goods in said storehouse consisting of groceries dry goods Etc. Terms made known on Day of Sale. George l. Doughty jr., trustee. I litter a a at and below Cost. Thobe who have neglected getting their fall and Winter a hats will probably be benefited by calling on the undersigned As i am Selling my entire Stock of millinery and notions at and below Cost. I am also offering some very Nice plumes. Respectfully mrs. C. Byrd Keller a. A Tess and ted school shoes Are made for All purposes in the a Tess and ted a line of shoes for girls and boys we have a style for every evasion. There Are styles suitable for the Dainty misses sunday Wear to styles suitable for big boys who Are out in a kinds of weather. You can clothe any girls or boys feet with a pair Tess and ted school shoes because they Are made in All leathers and weights for All kinds of Wear. We have a big Stock of these a a better shoes also a display of them in our window. We would like to show them to you a Tess. And ted school shoes Are members of the a Star Brand family have the a a Start Trade Mark on every Heel and most people know that a Star Brand shoes Are s. J. Bull oor. Hill and main streets Onano ook. A. J. A. Kem Odle practical Tinner slate and Sheet Metal worker and sanitary plumber now located at Parksley and respectfully solicits the patronage of the Public. Stove repairing of All kinds done at a big saving Heaters of All kinds rebuilt and lined with Best of material at a great saving to owner. Estimates cheerfully furnished and satisfaction guaranteed. For Sale at private contract. Automobiles. Air Cooling that cools. The Cameron air cooled cars of 4 and 6 cylinders and Cameron patented transmission. Presto Light Gas tanks in Stock for Sale and Exchange. C. C. Perdue Painter a. 500 acres of Marsh land known a tunnels Island Marsh. On it Are two pieces of High land which will grow any kind of produce. Several coves and creeks run through it with As Fine oysters As grows anywhere and fish of excellent varieties abound in them also Diamond Back terrapins and muskrats. Fine shooting on the Marsh of Black and Mallard Dicks. I know of no place better for sport or on which one can make a better living. Home and see it. Can show it you better than Tell you about it. W. C. Lewis saxes a. Public Sal of store goods. By virtue certain assignment made by a. D Doremus to the undersigned and recorded in the clerks office of acc Mack county november 16, 1911, will sell at Public auction in front of the storehouse recently occur fied by said Doremus in the town of air Oaks on saturday november 25th, at 1 of clock All the Stock of p. Goods in said storehouse consisting of groceries dry goods Etc. Terms made known on Day of Sale. George l. Doughty jr., attorney. 10 Day Sale millinery. Having sufficiently regained my health i will again resume business at my old stand in Onancock with a full line of millinery and notions. Grateful for kind patronage in past i respectfully solicit it again. My opening Days will be october 2d and 3d. Mrs. B. R. Broughton. Don t blame the gook if your bread and pastry is the foggy indigestible misery making kind. Its dollars to doughnuts that the flour is guilty of the offence. Our flour makes Light White delicious bread and pastry always. A a poor Luck is unknown where it rules the cooking. It insures Good results because it is uniform in Quality monday tuesday wednesday and every Day in the week the Best. Candidly can Yon afford to go on using Hap Hazard flour when on Mill to consumer system pets our Superior product in your Home at less expense we Cut out the retailers profits. We sell you flour direct at wholesale Price. We will save you All those dollars that the retail dealer has previously pocketed. Try our method. Yen la never go Back to the old Way. Write is for prices. Of comot City �4. Eagle Mills it i highest Grade flour. Ask for it when you want the Best. . Mcco Bros. Baltimore i a i a a be a a you a a pc is Tefr 8 a Lai to Martin amp Mason co. Fall attention to their Large Stock of. Sash. Doors. Blinds. Mouldings builders hardware shingles laths. Lime. Bricks and building material generally paints. Oils and painters supplies. We Are prepared to Cut House Billst of order Albo to manufacture barrel Staves and Heads of Good Quality. Our grist Mill will run every saturday notwithstanding reports to the contrary. We shall at ail times be pleased to show our goods and invite you to Call and inspect on Stock before making Yoni purchases and we will save you Money. Martin amp Mason co Harborton a. Ipp a 0 j to 13 5�?~ of is Yesa cd o a cd o o co o we h of 02 a a a a a a a o sgt a a a �5. 2.0 a 9 s o s a a Rte is of bargains bargains bargains a Stock of goods Worth from $10�000 to $15,000.00. Greatest Sale on record. Must go will be held by c. E. Nicolls Keller va., commencing december 1st, at 8 30 a. M., at his store at Keller. Goods must positively be closed out regardless of Cost As i am going out of business. I give you below a few of the Many bargains. It would take too much space to give them All. Ladies shoes. Dolly Madison and Hampton Brown $3.00 to $3 50 at $2.50. Heavier shoes 50c. To $1.00, some $2.00 shoes in the lot childrens 25c. Up. Ladies underwear. Good heavy weight 39c. Handkerchiefs 3c. Groceries. 3 la. Can tomatoes 9c. 3 for 25c. Best canned Corn 9c. 3 for 25c. Washing powder 4c. Gents shoes. Crossette shoe regular $4.00 and $3.50, for $3 50 and $3.00. Working shoes $1.10 to $1.50, regular $2.00 and $2.50 shoe. A Good heavy shoe for 98c. Gum boots. Ball Brand $3.79, regular $5.00. Snag proof $4.00. A gents shirts and underwear. Shirts 39c., regular 50c. And 75c. Value. Dress shirts $1.00 for 75c. Underwear 50c. Value for 39c. Hats and Caps. All latest styles and new goods. $2.50 and $3.00 hats and Caps for $1.25. Nobby Cap for the sport 39c. All dress goods Down to Rock Bottom Price 81.50 and $1.00 yes. Reduced to 75c. The 50c. Goods to 40c., Calico and Gingham 4c. A full line of ladies and childrens Hose at Cost also gents. Stoves harness and everything found in a first class country store to go at Cost and below. Must be closed out a everything marked in Plain figures. Quot a highest Price paid for eggs and produce. Eggs 40c. Terms strictly Cash or produce. All parties owing me on account must close same by Cash or note at once. C. E. Nicolls Keller a. Thanksgiving 1911 we Are thankful. That so Many men in Accomac county Are thankful that they bought their new Winter clothes Here. If i of get your next suit Here then you la be thankful too because everybody who wears one of our suits is glad he does. They Are such Good values for the Money you Are sure to discover their superiority when you have worn one a while. Drop in and let us show you How you would look in one of our newest models. Copy Khi j91t the House of Kuppen Homer i. H. Merrill co., a a one Price clothiers a Pocomoke City my. A. Greenberg Onancock va., a Quot a it 0 1 x a i co of n o new store new goods. Entirely new line of dry goods notions shoes and groceries at Wise Brothers Craddockville Virginia. To prices busted unusual weather and Trade conditions have heavily overstocked us and now we Are forced to sacrifice our immense Stock of High Grade menus and women a clothing furnishings hats and shoes regardless of Cost. This Sale starts Friday nov. 24, 8 a. A Quot 30 Days Only. The South Bend watch. If real Money. Saving is of interest to you do not hesitate in coming at once. You la find this is something More than an Ordinary Sale. It is an Opportunity a chances an occasion whereby those who Are Wise enough to take advantage of it Are going to profit immensely a genuine Money saving eve pts offering big assortments of strictly High class goods at decided Price reductions. A Sale where prices have actually been made with utter disregard Cost or former Selling prices a mighty Price slashing profit sacrificing Sale Wisest Man goes to Rith but one purpose to reduce Stock and do it quickly. Come Early and the Wisest store 7 the benefits of it. Get if its a watch you want you cannot possibly Overlook the South Bend. The South Bend is an accurate reliable timekeeper fully guaranteed by makers. A and time within 6 months a new one will be Given in Exchange for one proving there Are scores of representative citizens of this county to whom i have sold South Bend watches. They Are satisfied and proud of them. Many have told me they would not dispose of them for double the Price paid. If you Aro interested let me submit prices and refer you to some neighbor who is the proud possessor South Bend. V. J. Neville jeweler Onancock a. Jno. W. Duncan Onancock jeweler Virginia., is offering an unusually Large Slock of watches clocks silverware jewelry diamonds amp a. Especial attention is invited to hib Supply of wedding presents and done to forget him when in need of spectacles. Ask your neighbor Abo at his ability to property fit Yon

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