ACCOMAC COURT HOUSE, VA.
Saturday, September 27, 1902.
John w. Edmonds. Editor and Owner.
County court, next Monday.
Circuit court, Tuesday, October
Board of Supervisors meet Wed?
nesday, October 15th.
The public schools of Aecomac will
open Monday September 29th.
A postofDce has been established
at Willis Wharf, Northampton couu
ty, with Mr. George F. Willis, post?
Mr. Harvey Coard, ill of late with
typhoid fever, at his home at Acco
mac C. H . was well enougti on Wed?
nesday to be out again.
The opening days of Fall and
Winter milliuery of Mrs. E. A.
Bloxom, Onley, will be Wednesday
and Thursday, October 1st and 2d.
Robert William, colored, while out
hunting near Cheriton statiou, last
Saturday, was accidentally shot by a
companion and died of the wounds
on the following day.
A report of the condition of the
Banking Company of L. L. Dirick
son, Jr., Cbincoteague, at the close
of business, September 15, 1902, ap?
pears in another column.
Mr. McCleary will be at T. H. Mel
son's stables, Aecomac C. H., Octo?
ber 9tb, 10th and 11th, with a tine
drove of horses and mules. For
further particulars see posters.
Senator Geo. W. LeCato will ad?
dress the people at Pungoteague to
day. Saturday, 2:30 p. in., on the
necessity of every Democrat regis*
tering on the ls', 2d and 3d of Octo?
Governor Montague has appointed
Mr William B. Pitts, of this county,
as one of the delegates to the
National Far oiers Convention to be
held at Macon, Ga., October 7 to 10,
Mr. Samuel Gladding, formerly of
Aecomac, now a prosperous citizen of
Illinois, is visiting his brother, Mr.
Geo. T. Gladding, at Atlantic, after
an absence of 20 years from his old
Mr. N. J. Lang will move from his
farm to Acccmac C. H. in November,
aud engage in the mercantile busi?
ness, in the storehouse recently oc?
cupied by Mr. Chas. B. Mason, on
The members and friends of Huut>
ing Creek M. P. Church will hold a
festival October 3d and 1th. Supper
and the usual refreshments will be
served on both days. All are invited
to be present.
Mr. F. H. Dryden advertises valua?
ble real estate tor sale at private con?
tract in another column. Read what
he has to say about it, if you wish
to buy a home or have money which
you wish to invest profitably.
An entertainment will be held at
Town Hall, Belle Haven, during af
tcrnoou aud night, October 10th
Musical at night, admission 25 ceuts.
Supper 25 cents, extra charge for
oysters and cream Public cordially
Valuable personal property will be
sold at public auction, by W. H.
Marsh, agent, at the residence of
Capt. Jno.W.Marsh on Chessonnessix
Creek, Tuesday, October 21st. 8ee
advertisement in another column for
Mr. G. G. Joynes, superintendent
of schools, authorizes us to say. "that
tbe Attorney-General has decided
that the age limit of the new Cousti*
tution must be enforced, except in
cases of children under seven, who
have heretofore been enrolled.
At the time of goicg to press on
yesterday 171 white voters and 65 '
colored had been registered at Aeco?
mac C. H. The number at this pre?
cinct will be probably about 400. The
number registered at Bloxom was
227 white voters and 2 colored.
Work on the grounds, upon which
a new hotel is to be built at Aeco?
mac C. H.. by Mr. Geo. G. Allworth,
was begun this week. The building
will put up with as little delay as
possible, and it is expected, to be
ready fir occupancy in a month or
New advertisements in another
column to which especial attention
is invited: A. H. G. Mears, Wacha
prt-bgue; Giick & Co., Onancock;
L'kes. Berwanger Si Co., Baltimore;
J. M. Echols Co., Lynchburg, Va.;
Kc liam Cancer Bospital, Richmond,
Va.; W. S. Holland & Co., Onancock.
An advertisement of J. M. Echols
Co.,in this issue,is worthy the attens
tion of in.my of our readers, who are
subject to the ills, which its iron and
water cures. It is not only cheap
enough tor you to give it a trial, but
as will be noted, your money will be
refunded if results are unsatisfactory.
James H. Fletcher, Jr.,and J. Shiles
Crockett, special commissioners, in
suit of George H. Evans and wife vs.
Burton F. Hill and wife et a),will sell
by public auction at Oak Hall
Statiou on Saturday,September 27th,
1102, a valuable tract of land con?
taining 8G| acres, more or less,
it being a part of the tract of
laud, of which Thomas Hall, Sr.,
died seized and possessed, situated
near said station and bounded by the
lands of Spencer D. Fletcher and
others. For particulars see posters.
a lilia, nt caa nc.
Mr. Hurdle and family have moved
to this placa from Seaford, Del.
G. H. S ott, infant s >u, of Ur. aud
Mrs. H. K. Scott, died on the 20th
inst aged 6 mon'hs.
Mrs. Eliz-tbeth Buck, mother of
Mrs. H. A. Mumford, died on the Kith
inst, aged 82 years.
Dr W M. Burwell is attending
nie* ting of Medical Society at New?
port News this week.
The Dolan Forrest Medicine Co.
has been entertaining us with their
"show" aud it is a good one.
Mrs. Mary Andrews died on the
ISth inst., after a long illness, aged
ll years. 8he was the daughter of
Capt. Ran Mason, deceased. Her
husband, Mr. William Andrews, and
8?ven children survive to mourn their
Six private schools are now open
here with following teachers: Misses
Rettie Smith, Grace Senser, Georgie
Tracey, Heh'n Davis, Flora Timmons
aud Miss Truitt, and on Monday
next our public schools will open
with uiue white teachers aud oue
Miss Ella D. Jones left last week
for school at Snow Hill. David Wilt?
bank has returned from his vaoation
to resume bis duties as assistant
cashier of the Hanking Company
here. N. S. Smith, Jr, will leave
soon to accept a position in a Lite
insurance Co., in Philadelphia.
A handsome steam yacht, 50 feet
long, 15 feet beam, is being built by
Mr. C. E. Babbitt, Jr., and later he
will build a house on the poini of
Assateague Beach. Both will be for
the accommodation of excursionists
and during the summer the boat will
be open for engagements not only to
that place but to other points in Vir?
ginia and Maryland.
Arrivals at Atlantic Hotel this
week; C. L. Ward, Geo. Brasure, E
H. Hudson, Baltimore; Wm. Wright,
Wm. Smith, N. T. W. Truitt, 8. M.
Truitt, H. W. Goodshell, Philadel?
phia; H. F. Powell, F. L. Clark, Wil?
mington; T. C. Smith, N. Y; F. C.
Parks, E. G. Harris, O. M. Carte,
Atlantic City, N. J: E. H. Benson,
Pocomoke City; J. Ulman, Silisbury;
S. Warner, W. S. Warner, W. E.
Fox, S. F. Parks, W. E. West, Aeco?
Master Walter Wilkerson is quite
*ick at this writing.
Mrs. John H. Sparrow, of Knowles,
De1., is visiting parents and friends
Mrs. John H. Fontaine, of Mauo
iin, Md., is visiting ber daughter,
Mrs. 8. C. Hall.
Mr. W 8. Matthews, of St. Louis,
Ho., is visiting bis brother, Mr. R.
r. Corbin, of this place.
Our dredgers are getting their
)oats ready for their fall work, and
onie of them certainly look too Que
or tbe business.
Rev. Dr. Judkins, Presiding Elder,
irearhed his farewell sermon for Po
somoke circuit, last Sunday, at 8an?.
ord M. E. Church, South.
We have 6ome of the Hallwcod
)oys with us every day and Sunday
;oo,aud no one is surprised. To know
>ur girls is to want to be wirti them
ill the time.
Rev. John D. Hosier will leave
ooo for Conference and another
:harge, as he has been with us as
ong as the rules of the church will
lerinit. During the four years that
ie has served this circuit, a new par
lonage has been erected, Pocomoke
thnrch has been rebuilt, a.debt on
Ranford church has been paid, Saxis
ihurch has been fixed up, and there
lave been many accessions to the
ihurch. His pastorate with us has
leen a success in all respects and any
lircuit will do well to get him.
We note with pleasure the conva
escence of several of our people who
lave been ill.
Many of our farmers are visiting
baltimore for a few days, taking a
veil earned vacation after the labors
>f the sommer.
Mrs. Wm. M. Taylor and Mrs. John
*. Chambers, both of whom have
leen ill for some time, left Tuesday
or Baltimore, to be treated by spe?
Mr. G. B. Hoffman has fitted up a
licely finished and cosy hall for our
ocal lodge of Junior Order United
american Mechanics. This lodge
lumbers over sixty members and is
jrowing quite rapidly.
There were several additions to
he membership of the M. E. Church,
South, at this place, as a result of
he series of meetings conducted by
he pastor, Rev. W. W. 8awyer, as
isted by Rev. W. P. Wright.
Our enthusiastic horticulturist
ilrs. 8. K. Martin, has several fine
lanana plants growing in her garden,
vhich were raised from Blips set out
q the Spring. Oue plant, measured
>y your correspondent, has attain*
>d a height of 8 feet ll inches and
las a leaf which measured 21 inches
n width and is 5 feet, 1 inch long
vith several more almost as large
md one not fully developed, which
lids fair to be larger than the other
lig fellow. The plant is still grow
Bayers' eyes will brighten at the
Ight of these fall and winter suits
md overcoats, which are causing
uch favorable comment at tin
iresent time at
Pate Si Mason's.
We have full line of dress goods
ind you will find them little less iu
irice than the most of places. Our
ine is complete, aud you can save
ittle money, by giving us a call.
D. H. Johnson Si Son.
The most of our male population
are down the bay, looking for oyster
Mr. J T. 8h.trp'ey. of this pl ic >. \*
confined to his home by a complica?
tion of head diseases.
A new skipjack rigged bateau,
built by the Messrs. Sharpley for
Edward Sharpley for the oyster bus?
iness, was launched this week.
It is reported lu this suction that
our frieud, the present Attorney for
the Couiinonwe il th, may be a candi?
date for the Sen ite So rn ite it be,
say many of us.
Miss Eva Chaptu.tii aud Mr. James
Grant were married on last Suuday
near the Maryland-Virginia line,
Rev. A. W. Mather, pa-tor of the
M. P. (/burch at this pla ie officiating
A little child of Mr. aud Mrs. Harry
Colline, of this place, while on a visit
toa neighbor, last Suuday, feil fioin
a second story window, and was se*
riously injured, but it is hoped not
The "Franklin City," the g moline
yacht of Powell aud Sharyley has
been put in good trim for the oyster
business tbis fall and winter,aud the
gasoline-yacht of Mr. W. M. Needles
is now beiug overhauled for a like
Mrs. Henrietta Gibb, widow of the
late Thos. B. C. Gibb, died Tuesday
at the residence of her daughter, Mrs.
J. T. Sharpley, of this place, of
"Brights," complicated with other
diseases, aged 02 years, and her re?
mains were taken to the family bury?
ing ground near Aecomac C H., on
Wednesday, for interment. Three
daughters, Mrs. J. T. Sharpley, Mrs.
Hatch,of New York, Mrs. Houston, of
Stockton, and two sons, James Gibb,
of Newark, and William Gibb, of
Brooklyn, survive her.
Mr. S. E. Geiger has returned to
Onancock to become the drug clerk
in the store of W. H Parker.
Mr. R. L Shield and Mrs. Bettie
Custis returned Saturday from Bed?
ford Spriugs, Pa, where they have
been spending a couple of weeks.
Mrs. Robert L. Hopkins returned
home Tuesday morning from Win?
chester, whence she accompanied her
daughter to euter her for school.
Lieut, and Mrs. Wadsworth are the
guestsof Mr. and Mrs R. L. Shield
Lieutenant was stationed here about
ten years ago and made many friends
here, who most cordially welcome
There was a shipment of over 600
barrels of sweets on Wednesday. Tbe
price was $1.20 per barrel and nearly
every barrel was sold. We hear much
praise of the Exchange here and even
its enemies Bay,they don't know what
they would do without it.
Much to the regret of bis congre?
gation and the people at large, Rev.
G. W. Hurt, pastor of Onancock
Baptist Church, hat announced bis
intention of leaving his present
charge the last of tbe year. Mr.
Hurt has beena faithful aud efficient
pastor and is extremely popular.
Mr. W. F. White is in Baltimore
this wsek buying goods.
Dr. R. 8. Griffith, of Basic city,was
in our town on the 23d.
Mr?. E. P. Mears has returned
from a pleasant visit to her son, L.
W. Mears, of Baltimore.
Rev. Mr. Carson has closed bis pro?
tracted meeting at Andrews Chapel,
with five additions to the church.
The Loyal Temperance Legion of
Onley will meet at the Town Hall
Sunday, September 28th, 2.30 p. m.
All members are requested to be
Mrs. Susan Mears, widow of Calvin
T. Meare, after a short illness of
paralysis, died at her home, near
Onley, Saturday, September 20th.
After funeral services conducted by
her pastor, Rev. R. N. Hartness, she
was interred in the family burying
ground at her home. Thee cbilren
survive her, Mr. Charles L. Mears,
Mrs. Althea McCready and Miss Cora
Fish plentiful now with us.
Mr. J. C. Evans has just returned
from a trip to Philadelphia.
Mr. J. C. Otwell left Tuesday for a
visit to friends in the Monument il
Mr. Jesse Evans left Sunday night
bo take a course of studies at Goldy's
Rev. Melvin W. B'oxom, wife and
laughter returned Monday to their
Home in Upland, Pa.
Mrs J. J. English, of Philadelphia,
ind Mrs. Ward,of Stockton, were the
guests of Mrs. V. C. Otwell this
Our buyer has been in the market
For the past ten days and bought all
tbe newest things in dress goods,
l'he pretty new fabric?Zsballne in
all colors. A large line of silks also
the embroidered flannels'for waists,
bc, Sic Ali the pretty colors in
broadcloths at all prices. You can
buy the newest things in dress
Pate & Mason,
We have good line of carpets, mat?
tings and rugs. See them before
vou buy. Get our prices.
D. H. Johnson Si 8on.
They have arrived, our new fall
iiats Beyond all doubt the hand?
somest styles ever offered at
Pate Si Mason's.
We are home with a full line of
goods to suit the wants of everyone.
D. H. Johnson Si Son.
Dlatrlet M>MIok of th* W. C. T. C.
The W. 0. T. U., hall its district
meeting at Oak Grove September 16
and 17, 1902. Rev. W. G. Bates and
Miss Carrie L^e Bull give the ad
'reeses of welcome. Mrs. Louis)
A very enjoyable feature of the ex?
ercises were the solos by Mesdames
Ward and Copes and Miss Madeline
Mapp. Amount of money collected
since last meeting is $2111.47, amount
in treasury $51.54, aud 37,25, pages of
religious literature have been dis?
tributed. The next district meeting
will bs held at Onley, December 2,
Offijers for next term are as fol?
lows: Mrs. Bettie A. Rue, district
president; Mrs. V. H. Ward, corres?
ponding secretary; Miss Madeline
Mapp, recording secretary; Mrs. W.
T. Town?eud, district treasurer:
Superintendents?Mrs. 8. C. .lain-H,
Iaiy il Temperance Legion; Miss
Flora Emt, nou alcoholic medica
lion; Miss Anuie Bird, scientific tem
perance instruction; Mrs. Lena
Heath, Suuday school work; Miss
Minnie Ward, temperance literature;
Miss Sadie Harmon, medal contests;
Mrs. Clara Hyslup, press work; Mrs
Mary Tyler, evangelistic work; Mrs.
Louise Copes, parlor meetings; Miss
Mannie- Mears, tl iwer mission: Mrs.
Lynn Bull, Virgiula calls; Miss Man?
nie Mears, Willard school work; Mrs.
Williams, uufermented wines; Mrs.
C I. Anderson, work among soldiers
aud sailors. Resolutions adopted as
Whereas, It has pleased our
Heavenly Father to permit us to as?
semble in annual convention, be it
(1) That we thank the ladles of
Oak Grove Union for their generous
(I) That we tender our thanks to
the pastor, Rev. Mr. Bates, and to
Miss Carrie Lee Bull for their cor?
dial words of welcome.
(3) That we thank the ladies of the
Union for their excellent supper.
(4) That we as workers in this great
W. C. T. U. work pledge ourselves
to greater zealousness iu the future.
(?">) That we as a body of Temper?
ance workers extend to Mr. Gordan
Mears, of Wachapreague, a sincere
vote of thanks for establishing a
Temperance Hotel in our midst.
(6) That we will endeavor to
strengthen our numb -rs before the
Committee of resolutions,?Mrs. V.
H. Ward, Miss Manuie Mears, Miss
Minnie Ward, Mrs. Elizabeth Brit
fri aldina" EMIar'a A ppolnlmcala.
Onley and Andrew Chapel, Onley,
October 4, 5, a. m.
Drummondtown and Locustville,
Oct. 5, p. m., 6, 9 a. m.
Pungoteagae, Harborton, Oct. ll,
12, a. m.
Keller, Garrisons, Oct. 12, p. m., 13,
3 p. m.
Wachapreague, Smiths1 Chapel,
Oct. 12, night, 13, 10 a. m.
Belle Haven, Belle Haven, Oct. 18,
19, a. m.
Franktown, Johnson*, Oct. 19, p.
m., 20, 9 a. m.
Ouancock, Oct. 25, night, 26, a. m.
Bloxom, Guilford, Oct. 26 p. rn , 27,
9 a. m.
W. E. Judkins, P. E.
Io withdrawing from tbe race for
Commonwealth's Attorney, I desire
to thank in a public manner my sup?
porters and friends throughout the
county for their encouragement and
active Bupport in the beginning of
my campaign. The race is not really
on yet. On account of an adverse
opinion by Attorney-Geueral Ander?
son, concurred in by the only court
before which the question has been
raised, I find myself ineligible under
the new Constitution which requires
a two year's residence here to qualify
me for the office. I will probably be
a candidate for the Senate wheu I
have gained my residence.
Your obedient servant,
L. D. Teackle yuinby.
Mrs. William E. Lewis is now In
the city purchasing her usual stock
of Fall and Winter millinery goods,
and is expected soon to open out
same at Accomack C. H., of which
due notice will be given.
Misses Manie and Lena Doughty
are now home from tbe city with a
select line of fall and winter millin?
ery. They have engaged a compe?
tent milliner from Baltimore and will
be pleased to have their friends pres?
ent at the opening on October 7th.
I am home from the Northern
sities with a full line of fall and win?
ter millinery. I would be glad if my
Friends and patrons would call and
sxamine my stock before purchasing
elsewhere. My opening days will be
next Wednesday and Thursday, Oc?
tober 1st and 2 1.
Mrs. E. A. Bloxom,
List of letters remainiug unclaim?
ed in the postofflce al Aecomac, Va.,
month ending Sept. 30th, 1902.
Mrs. Annie or Nannie Bailey, Mrs.
Annie Smith, Mr John Arms, Mr.
Lealuca Cardella, Mr. George Con?
quest, (2), D. J. John, Pastor of
Henry C. White, V. M.
School shoes for your boys and
girls. The kind that ls good, strong
and serviceable at
Pate Si Mason's.
We have the most complete stock
of ready-made clothing on the Shore,
and we claim that tbe prices are
lower. We only ask you to give ns a
Et call and we will make the prices to
D. H. Johnson, k Son.
Town talk. Fall and winter suits
in all the newest patterns, hand
iomely tailored at
Pate Si Mason's.
Premium* Awardad at iha Easier*
flhoro Agrlcoltaral Pair.
Fancy Work, 4o.
Mrs. J. H Walker, knit spread, $1 50
Miss Gertrude Mister, 2d 1 00
Mrs. Arthur Saunders, afghan, 3 00
Miss Bessie Lllliston, 2d 2 00
Mrs. A. Saunders, child's afghan, 2 00
4 Willie Kellara, 2d 1 00
Miss Annie Ashmead,Infant's sack, 50
Mrs. 8. R. Kelote, 3d 25
1 G. W. Jacob, stocking bag, 50
Miss Gertrude Mister, laundry bag, 50
Mrs. Kate Mapp, darning on lawn, 50
Miaa C. F. Kilmon, 2d 25
Mrs. Mollie Slocomb, darniug on
' G. W. Turlington, spec, but
tou hole, 50
Miss C. F. Kilmon, 2d 25
Mrs. Maggie Kilmon, tatting, 50
Miss Margaret West, 2d 25
Mrs. W. L. Drummond,table mats, 75
Miss Gertrude Mister, 2d 50
Mrs. Arthur Saunders.s. pillow, 1 00
Miss Lee Parker, 2d 50
Mrs. P. W. Dowuing.spec. patch?
1 G. W. Turlington, 2d 25
Miss Lee Parker, emb. p. frame, 75
Mrs. W. R. Justis, 2d 50
Miss C. F. Kilmon, piu cushion, 50
' Virginia Willis, 2d 25
Mrs. S. R. Belote, table cover, 1 DO
* Willie Kellara, 2d 75
' W. E. Bell, (launel skirt, 1 50
Miss Josie Mister, finger bowl
Mrs. Willie Kellara, 2d 25
Miss Josie Mister, water bottle, 50
' Gertrude Mister, 2d 25
Mrs. Asquith, haud'f. ease, 50
' T. 8. Hopkins, 2d 25
' W. J. Duncan, centerpiece, 1 50
Mies B. B. Wyatt, 2d 1 00
Mrs. Arthur Saunders, 3d 75
Miss Josie Mister, plate doylies, 1 50
Mrs. Willie Kellara, 2d 75
Miss (iertrude Mister, 3d 25
' CF. Kilmon, bureau scarf, 1 50
Mrs. W. R. Justis, 2d 1 00
Mrs. Sarah A. Ayres, point lace
Mist Josie Mister, 2d 50
Mrs. J. R. Justit, bureau scarf, 1 50
' Kate Scarborough, 2d 100
' W. R. Justis, centre-pieoe, 1 50
' W. E. Bell, 2d 1 00
Miss Josie Mister, 3d 50
Mrs. G. A. Walker, honiton, 1 00
' Jae. K. Ayres,single painting,100
' W. R. Justis, 2J 50
1 P. W. Downing, display
crayon, 2 00
Miss Lee Parker, china painting, 2 00
Mri. Ann Nottingham, 2d 1 00
' Levin J. Ames, SO
John F. Davis, amateur photo, 1 00
Mrs. Ann Nottingham, shawl or
cape crochet, 75
1 8. R. Watson, 2d 50
' B. J. Ayres, rag carpet, 2 00
' Gertie Beasley, 2d 1 00
1 J.D. Hart, 3d 50
4 J. T. Elliott, rug, 1 00
' G. W. Elliott, 2d SO
1 Mamie Slocurab, 3d 25
Miss Gertrude M<ater,pillow sham, 75
Mrs. Willlie Kellara, 2d 50
' Annie Metcalf, 3d 25
Miss Florence East, silk quilt, 3 00
' Emma Fitcbett, 2d 2 00
Mrs. L. G. Ames, 3d 1 00
' Geo. Ayres, worsted quilt, 2 00
Miss Bertha Thomas, 2d 1 00
Mrs. W. B Mean, 3d 50
' P. W. Downing, calico quilt, I 00
' George Ayres, 2d 50
' Sarah A. Ayres, 3d 21
Miss N. B. Dix, artificial flowers, 75
? Myrtle West, 2d 50
' Josie Mister, crochet tidy, 73
' Florence East, 2d 50
Miss M. West, tumbler doylies, 75
Mrs. Willie Kellara, 2d 50
' E. C. Kelly, tray cover, 75
? Willie Kellara, 2d 50
' Jas. K. Ayres, 25
Miss Josie Mister, carving cloth, 75
' Gertrude Mister, 2d 50
Mrs. Anna F. Brown,pillow shani, 1 00
' Jas. K. Ayres, 2d 50
Miss Gertrude Mister, handker?
* Josie Mister, 2d 25
' ' ' hemstitched
' Sue Mason, 2d 25
' Josie Mister, table cover, 1 50
Mrs. W. J. Duncan, 2d 75
4 C. R. Hutchinson, water'
bottle doylies, 50
Miss C. F. Kilmon, centre piece, 1 50
' Josie Mister, 2d 1 00
' Emma Fitchett, 3d 75
' Josie Mister, plate doylies, 1 50
1 C. F. Kilmon, drawn work
bureau scarf, 1 50
' Josie Mister, 2d 1 00
* Gertrude Mister, 3d 50
' Josie Milter, tray cover, 75
' ' ' carving cloth, 75
' C. F. Kilmon, 2d 50
Mrs. G. W. Turlington, 3d 25
Miss Alice Kilmon, map of Va., 50
1 Mildred Downing, 2d 25
' Clara Custis, hemstitched
' Willie E. Evans, 2d 25
1 Laura Budd, crochet edging, 25
' Clara Custis, specimen
' Estelle Walker, dressed doll, 1 00
' Nellie Mears, 2d 75
' Mamie Slocumb, 3d 50
1 Mildred Downing, worsted
or calico quilt, 75
4 Estelle Walker, 2d 50
F. M. Sturgis, Spring colt, 6 00
W. M. Tarlington, 2d 4 00
J. A. Guy, best 1 year old colt, 6 00
C. R Guy, 2d 4 00
You can only wear one bat at a
time, why not get the latest and
best? Don't cost you any more for
the newest styles at
Pate St Mason's.
2,000 yards of 4?4 brown maslin to
be sold for 5 cents for cash.
D. H. Johnson afc Son.
Next to a man is his underwear,
and we try to get next to every man,
by offering such bargains as these
Pate ak Mason.
We have seed rye, and field seed,
clover, orchard grass, blue grass and
D. H. Johnson afc Son.
Mrs Virginia C. Pitts, of Balti?
more, widow of the late John W.
Pitts, died Monday at the home of
Mr. Wm. B. Pitts, on Onancock
Creek, of paralysis, aged 60 years.
Two sons, William and Paul Fitts,
both of Baltimore, survive her. Fu?
neral services were held over her re?
mains un Tuesday conducted by Rev.
F. M. Edwards, of the M. E. Church,
South. Interment on Wednesday
in Greenmount Cemetery, Baltimore.
Mary Dorothy, a bright and inter?
acting little child, daughter of Mrs.
C. W. Corbin, Aecomac C. H., died
of convulsions, after an illness of a
few boan,Wednesday morning, aged
2 yean, 6 months and 24 days. Fun
eral se rvices at Presbyterian Church
on Thursday,Interment in Onancock
Flour middling for sale direct from
Minneapolis at $24 00 per ton, shing?
les, $3.75 per thousand and numerous
other things, which we wish to close
out at a bargain.
A. F. Mears Si Co.,
We have just opened up a large and
attractive line of furs. These are
great values, don't fall to see them at
Pate Si Mason.
Jutt received two car loads of cook
and heating stoves. Air-tight heat?
ers from $2 00 up.
E. T. Parks at Co.,
We want feet to fit our shoes?all
sizes. If you've got a pair we wish
you would bring them to us.
Pate Si Mason.
Two cars of Timothy hay just re?
ceived and for sale at $18 per ton
A. W. Short,
Car of salt just received and for
J. W. Barnes,
Haaliaaaa .tal Iran.
Notick?If the person, who found
in one of tbe railroad coaches during
the Tasley Fair, a pair of old gold
frame spectacles, in case, with supe
rior glasses, will return the same to
K. V. W., Temperanceville, Va., they
will receive a liberal reward and no
For Salk or Rknt kor 1908?
Storehouse and dwelling at Assa
waman. For terms Sic apply to
8. A. Godwin,
Notick?All persons are hereby
forewarned from gunning, driving
through or otherwise trespassing on
my premises under penalty of a pros?
W. J. Tamer,
For Salk?Three hones, one a
fine driver 7 years old, one a good
farm horse, the other a oolt 5 months
N. J. Lang,
Accomack, C. H., Va.
Notick?I will sell all of my per?
sonal property to the highest bidder
for cash on September 30th, 1902, at 2
o'clock p. m. Property consists of
household and kitchen furniture of
ail kinds, and boat, fixtures and
tackling of every description. Here
is a good chance for a good bargain.
C. E. Babbitt Sr.
Notick?All penons indebted to
mare respectfully but urgently re?
quested to settle their accounts by
October 30tb,and receive our thanks.
Your future trade solicited with
thanks for past favors.
Geo. R. Justis Si Son,
Lost?Between New Church sta?
tion and West's Hotel a Pythian
watch charm.The finder will be lib?
erally rewarded by returning same to
C. P. Redden,
Cape Charles, Va.
Notick?All persons are hereby
forewarned from gunning or other?
wise trespassing on my property,
where I reside, under penalty of a
prosecution to the full extent of law.
J. J. Fletcher.
Waittkd?Four good workers,
white or colored, to take charge 300
bushel oyster boat. Steady work,
oystering or clamming. Apply to
A. fl. G. Mean,
Notick?Came to my house about
the 15th of Joly, a smoky colored
cow, swallow fork both ean, and
underbit both, o> e horn knocked
off, now fresh to pail. Own?r will
please come, prove property, pay
sharges and take her away.
A. M. Powell,
Sept. 20th, 1902.
Wantkd?Good oyBtermeu, good ]
tongers, to work by the month, (
liberal wages. Apply to '
A. H. G. Mears, *,
For Loan?$2,500 on unencumber?
ed real estate. Farm land preferred.
N. B. Wescott,
For Salk?Fine Alderney milch
sow fresh to pail,and female calf.
W. B Pitts.
For Salk?A nice pony cart
C. W. Northam,
To Whom it May Conckrn:?All
persons are hereby forewarned not
to take any oysters, or otherwise
tresspasa, on the shore between high
md low water mark, along Metomp
iiu Beach, as the same bas been
eased to tbe undersigned. Ali tres?
passers will be prosecuted.
For Salk?I offer for sale my oys?
ter boat,Gracie B.,screw, etc. I have
?o use for her and will sell very
jheap. She can be seen at the Old
James F. Hope,
For Salk?1 range, 2 heaten, 1
horse, 1 cow, 1 hog, 1 road cart and
I carriage, also for rent for tbe bal?
ance of the year a house oo Lilhston
Ave., Aecomac C. H., occupied now
by Geo. A. Walker. Apply to
G. A. Walker,
Aecomac C. fl., Va.
Fa ii Dress Goods,
Carpets and Furniture.
If you are in need of a Travelling Suit, or if you have a
daughter to lit out for school, you can see the New Fall Drees
Goods to-day at
DICKHNTSOrj <Sc SON
Mr. Dickinson has just returned from New York, where
he has been purchasing an attractive line of Dress Goods, Fur?
niture and Carpets, on which we can save you money and
frieght. Call and see our New Goods.
W. S. Dickinson & Son.,
Reduced prices in many lines to close. New store will open soon after
October 1st, when I will be in a position to take mach better care of your
orders than ever before. I shall establish a system which will make lt a
pleasure to deal with me. My stock and prices have been right, bat coald
aot establish system on account of back date buildings. You will do weil
to bold your orders until I open my new stock. Thanking you for past
favors and soliciting your further orders, I remain,
Yours very respectfully,
A. H. Q. MEARS.
P. 8 ? Excursions every Thursday on launch until farther notice, as fol?
lows: Launch leaves Wachapreague at 2 p. m., return at 6:80, at 25 cents
round trip. Meals will be served at hotel or on tbe Island, if notified in ad?
vance, for 50 cents. Send us joar names in advance to insure the best of
P. 8.?Wanted, an expert oysterman that understands fully the oyster
business, as manager. Steady work and good price for the right man. 6
good tongers by the month, liberal prices will be paid for good men. 6 good
jheap men to call oysters, no experience required, but good worki .-?.
A. fl G M.
Hotel Wachapreague opened 8ept. 18th. 75 rooms, accommodation
Drst class. The public cordially invited.
A. H. G. MEARS, Prop.
And see what E. F. Guillette & Co , have to say. They are
just home from the city with lots of new goods to suit the rich
and poor and prices are low and lower than the lowest. Gall
early and get your pick before all the bargains are gone. W e
have a full line of dry goods, notions,hats, caps,shoes and cloth?
ing of every kind. Also have a big line of furniture, carpets
and rugs of every discription and prices guaranteed as low as the
lowest. Call and see, no trouble to show good* and it cost, you
nothing to look. Harters A No. 1 and Climax Flour $4.19 per
bbl. cash, granulated sugar ? cents lb ,Arbuckles, Lions, Lever
Ings coffee in 1 lb., packages, ll cents lb., and we grind it if you
want it. Country produce wanted of all kind at highest market
price, hen eggs 25 cents dozen. 1 Good cow fresn to pail will
E. F. GUILLETTE & CO.,
BRICKS, LIME and HAIR,
SHINGLES and FENCING,
MILL FEED and HAY,
-Rogers & Bro., Sw\\, Ma.
Now is Your Time,
New Goods Next Week.
A few prices below will convince you we can save you
Good family flour $3.95 per barrel. Granulated sugar 5 cents
>er pound. 1 pouni package ro ted coffee ll cents with spoons
n each package.
Will pay 25 cents dozen for eggs, 12 cents pound for chick
We have large stock of shoes, hats, ladies and men's under?
wear at bottom prices.
Get our prices on wood heaters before buying elsewhere.
For Sale?10 shares Atlantic Telephone Stock; 1 second -
land counter scales.
Give us a call. We will save you money.
Terms cash or produce.
&. S. MattheWS & CO., Temperanceville, Va.
ff You Want
to save money go to H.E. Byrd & Son's
to make'your Fall Purchases.
barters A No. 1 and Perfection Flour $4.20, cash,
jranulated Sugar 5c. lb., cash,
mag Hip Boots $4.25.
An immense line of Shoes, Underwear, Notions, Dress
Joods, Dry Goods, Furniture, and cheap for Cash or Produce.
Eggs 20cts. doz.
Hammer and Hammerless B. L. Guns and Furnishings.
Velex Smokeless Powder, 10 on. to pound, as good as the best.
Mice to Spring & Summer Buyers.
-We have received our Spring Stock of
Send in your estimate and get our prices before buying.
'aints, Oil and Glass?We have window glass in any size, but
if you want any odd sizes will cut same. (No charge for
'erfection Blue Flame Wickless Oil Stoves carried in five sizes.
Write us for prices, can sell them as cheap as can be
bought in any city.
Vindo w Screens, Door 8creens?any size and style. Screen
wire by the yard or roll. Poultry wire from 1 to 5 feet in
jawn Mowers, Cream Freezers, in fact everything in the Hard?
-Cook Stoves, Ranges and Stoves Repairs
BEZasXa. <5c JUSTIS.
Hardware Dealers, ONANCOCK, VA.
laVNew line of Horse Collars, Pads, Buggy Harness and Whips.
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