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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 May 1905

The Journal, [Entered at the Postoffice at Mathews C. H., Va., as second class matter.] Thursday, May 4, 1905. LITTLE LOCAL ITEMS. Doings of the People Tersely Told. VISITORS SEEN IN TOWN. Some Going and Others Returning--Local Happenings of Interest to All. Mrs. Thos. Hudgins of Port Haywood who has been quite sick is now better. Hon. Geo. Y. Hunley left for Richmond yesterday on legal business. Hon. J. Boyd Sears left yesterday for King William county on business. If you need handsome steel wire farm gates apply to Andrew J. Milter. 20-It Mrs. Cecil Billups and Master Carroll who have been at "Popular Grove" for the last three weeks left on Saturday. Mrs. Clarence Kirwan and Miss Virginia Garnett accompanied by Miss Willie Kirwan left for Baltimore Saturday. Attention is called to the notice elsewhere in these columns of Mrs. Maggie Shawn, who is located over Journal office. For 8ALB:? One surrey, good as new, light enough for one horse, cheap for cash. Apply at this office. St. T...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 May 1905

..-?.'?' lassitude, excitability, 'rrousnesR, sleepless ly. 'all-gone" and ylone"' feelings, blues bey should remem ^and true remedy. ^Vegetable Com kKueh troubles. ^ioine in the widespread No other cures of from tibia to in net and un ? Frrels; exports. contract, 93*4 Western, 93^(a' ?>y. 92>i(S927s; 82^ asked; receipts, old, re the Ms be ichester. mother, Iibors dis spent tin jury declared boy's murder, (1 K. Smith ac Mrs. Smith dc jronp. but was The woman hare a had I ibor. Btal *dying at the ; found Ralph ! hoot any cloth ratea was cut and foot A^kcd why lised, the mother with a razor , 10 years old, | f?lO?a l?V^?>f mt cruelty, a*>. liony. The evi it the child was "degrees, and that lay of carnival with fis and razor strop. The a steel catch and hook was this that made the he head and body. hild's hair was maf RUhes cut in his face , rarly every part of his I Id. Lynwood Turner h made no iuss when his neat him, because if he had she a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 May 1905

1 II ti iVl.r\ VOIi. II. WANDERLUST. Beyond the ?fee! the sunrise, beyond the West the sea, And Fast and West the wanderlust that will not let me be; It works in me like madness, deer, to bid me say good-by. For the sea? call and'the stars call, and oh! the call of the sky! I know not where the white road runs, nor what the blue hills are, But a man can have the sun for friend, and for his guide a star; And there's no end of voyaging when once the voice is heard, For the river calls and the road calls, and oh! the call of a bird! Yonder the long horizon lies, end there by night and day The ola ships draw to home again, the young ships sail away; And come I may, but go I must, and if men ask you way, You may put tn?. blame on the stars and ?. the suo and the white road and the eky! ?Gerald Gould, in The Spectator. [_l u MRS. ADMINGTON BUTTS IN. ,)K years Mrs. Admington had wanted a telephone in the house, but her husband lind not seen his -way clear to have ono till recently. It was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 May 1905

not in >g Book" r* tight pacity ay for the v^arj st come to evefx who aspires to an educa at will enable him to keep Frith the times. At the same time the little one must become re- interested, or he will fail to be for greatly benefited by his early tged tat being undW lOI want the nmooly called [orthern kalian hi' Gothic physi Sax will deal ily through y the O. D. Insuring labor :ion to the a family as he Ting in advance $30. ft and $15 for eadl the ages^sr 8 and deposit to be de 1e first wages paid it upon his arrival. ^>arty making application ist agree to meet the family at Mobjack, pay him a monthly sejf_res_ j wage and ration (to be hereafter not per- determined) and furnish him with by and al? ie state to be vi Dorals of a com upted. a meeting was heid May 4, at Gloucester ?"H. for th ?? e purpose ot organizing an im? migration and colonization asso? ciation with the object of intro? ducing sufficient white labor into locality to properly work our lands...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 May 1905

?be Journal, (Kutered at th.? Powto?ice at Mathew? C. H.. Va., a? second cl as? matter. ) THURSDAY, - MAY 11. 1905. LITTLE LOCAL ITEMS. Doings o? the People Tersely Told. VISITORS SEEN IN TOWN. Some Going and Others Re? turning?Local Happen? ings of Interest to All. For neat and artistic job print ) ing, bring your order to this office. We can please you. For Sale- Best timothy hay. Buy quick as it is go;ng fast A. Scott Robinson, Fitchetts Va. For sale:? One surrev, good as new, light enough for one horse, cheap for cash. Apply at this office. ft There will be an excursion to Norfolk and return, Tuesday, May 23, from Mathews and Glou? cester counties, the steamer Old Point Comfort making the trip from points on Fast, Ware and Severn livers. Fare for adults, $1.10 and children $.60, round trip. The ladies of Christ church will fe- hold an ice cream, cake and straw? berry- sale, at the Rectory, on Wednesday evening, May 17. There will also be music and reading during the evening. All...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 May 1905

' .'o While (lied. orth ,ttcr -sths :itr car liiu?s brought un tel ion of the interstate rmmisston. A railroad 'authority for the stntr mh1 paid mileage, with linatioBi sod the question of ??).*jsr* is ? matter for the with the ear lines, to h(>re is no law to govern their (Jar mileage paying ha? been de to be as legal as the pavaient <,.' tal for property. hrr a triousiy val ">0. The pro thls was his Refused to give were asked to lawful owner. >r argued that by traditional restaurant by its it these articles fur 1 profit to the propri >r not the courts w>U ">f the matter is a'qiiL'S decided. If they r"o, . swallowed the irguexl that she could [rcTted for larceny. The provoked much lively Germon legal circles, las no parallel in. German ourts, possibly none in those of any other country. in Arrfiapolis. W the young ensign's he of a visitation of cfcts at ti the young ensi Is in a result ravy yard, was as si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 May 1905

VOL. II. MAT A lONfi OCEAN RACE Bctei Yachts Make Start Fran ?aody Hook. THE Y ARE TO SAIL 3,119 MILES. . Tke Ftaisa at tbc Lizard Light la Esgttah Cbaoael-German Emperor Qives Cap? Tb? Vestcis Are of AH Sizes From Fall-Rig gfd Skip. The Valhalla, Down to the Little Schoeoer, Flear De Lys. New York, (Special).?With the in? centive of a valuable cup and three other prizes offered by the German Emperor, n large sailing yachts of various rigs ai*d i ng three na? tions assembled in the inner harbor here fully prepared for the race acro>> the North Altantic. Eight of the con? testants are vi . nc<l ii> this coun? try, two are from Kngland, vhilc Ger many has one la pu M utajtil While a number of t!ie yachts have had a deep-sea ixpcricncc. there ate several of the fleet which have had little sailing, except in the comparatively placid watcr> al_>ng the American coast. The event is therefore looked upon in the yachting world...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 May 1905

;'i '?l> poj rear, [o !>e itand '???se of prime hnost as u grower bt gornd 'stalk but Itby broth Ty and mots ?ive for foil II en. which It ris always nt flo of all corn hi contact. Better Fru?? parasite in the vvn: from uTth (and certainly year 1900) I have always mod Mr. Smith a valued per fnal friend and I am not unmind? ful even now of the kind con; Ticrc ratine nojies that, in the days gone by, I puds of thoughtful have received at his hands and Tien. Who will t>e for which I am still gratefully his As yet there ne\|er ' debtor, ?hool launched, dtitt Sincerely your friend and fellow of my remember-f<jjti/-en rathews C. H., with G. E. T. Lane. *f usefulness, lacking id/it flattering prices We need schools; W<\ reforms in our public pol book system. The manu es^at ?resent must ha^C- tf) :ift ma jcies, ..11 j irted from e a single h cost. The ; cheaply as should not f?MMRi axstm M BY J.STRIGG REGISTER, DES MOINES, IA.| SOLICIT ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 May 1905

Zbe 3ourha?, intered at the Poatoffice at Mat he w* c- H., Va,. a* aecood cl aoa matter. J 'HUKSDAY. - MAY 18. 1905. LITTLE LOCAL ITEMS. Doings o? the People Tersely Told. ? ?ISITORS SEEN IN TOWN. Some Going and Others Re? turning?Local Happen? ings of Interest to All. Mrs. Thos. D. Hudgins of Port j^?aywood is improving. ^^^Little Marion White, daughter of R. Ashley Wrhite, is quite sick. Miss Georgia James, who has been teaching school near Hamp? ton, has returned home. Misses Bessie Miller and Sadie Brown of Baltimore arrived in the county Tuesday. Ward Respass, uf Norfolk, was aa^isitor with relatives here for irre past two weeks. Win. B. Brooks, of Newport News, is at his home for a few daj'S. Mrs. Shanholtzer of Newport News is spending some time with her friend, Mrs. Wm. B. Brooks, ?of Penny. The mauv endorsers of Dr. ?^j^>s. B. Lane are pleased at his reappointment as County Super? intendent of schools. For sali::? One Surrey, good as new, light enough for one hor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 May 1905

ni, flier, lits oul rwept -rhcad blows. IOCS th;ui erenturo Ms course fiuckly as it ?Sight undo As long ?is ourse he was stance of the fbout his T>letl the flipper a\t. but the logger itli what well aa ] rvoly irrit similes. ii n pntient/, virtuous ?nit to hear. you'd ever make )servt'tl, with ? straight find 'then," lie said. my eggs M8 you Id his brother, rc ?id stood h? - gronafl obstinately. *re bousing, l?ossiug nil the LtT-iirace Aline if yon I bring* lyness >range li i m to heel and h until the tall a. Then and stake ami I of the beach. no loujger r like eon den and in the Phead. and as lie the stretch of >nts had much 'tieft nl mal. GOOD? POTATOES BRING FANCY PRICES To grow a large crop of good potatoes, the ?oil must contain plenty of Potash. Tomatoes, melons, cahl>agc, turnips, lettuce I tact, all vegetables remove large quanti I of Rtssh from the soil. Supply Potash liberally by the use of fertilizers containing not Uit than 10 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 May 1905

THE MAT VOL. II. MATIIE M\iffl? the fluflle.the drums' Let the bugles Wow S?jlly fheir music this hallowed day* March with reverent stcf? and slow, rlomapjc to war's martyred heroes pay. 8ver the araves, j our fallen braves Abm Low drooPs the flao. while a nation is weepino. Blow, buglesn'low / Soflly and low. Over the JieTds where our West dead are sleeping? .Muffle the drums' Tis a sacred day. Hallowed and honored its memory Keep Nauohl hut LoWs tohens we brino to lay Oytr the pjaves where our fallen sleepy B Blow, bugles, blow. Sojtjy and low. While fairest /lowers Love's hand is here Slrewina^ Over the proves Of a nation's braves. Over the sod which our tears are bedewing? Mutile the drums' See. the flap isfurltcf . brvoufs of the battle have died away. , Over the fields where war's dust-?.loud whirled Race and tranquillity reion to-day j? Clashing 0} arms. r Wild hupje alarms. Ne'er shall he heard where our heroes be ?Icepirg Rest, soldier, rest ? While o'er thy breast God's sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 May 1905

o bas rout ami kid two Ms, ol Fwo boi ecffect rFor sale h.l, uews, Woods X Journal, aginia Mattox, /Viva As the undersigned should like to see all the children in Math ews County subscribe to the Fitz hugh Lee Monument fund, he ?r Circuit j will be glad to receive a penny In the case from each child, (whose name will appear in the columns-of th< for grand lar- j Journal) and will foward contri? butions to the committee in Rich? mond. Giles B. Cooke, Rector of Kingston Parish. >sed Upon. fiicago, origimi? ar as a throat and on account it and popularity lev and Tar many Offered for the sen r>r Folcv's Money and ise any substitute of 'oiher preparation will ime satisfaction. It is festive. It contains no id is safest for children ?cate persons. For sale '.. Richardson, Mathews, Her ?S: Rilie. Woods X Roads, \"a. amer Ball Harding by I linn and \Y. 'Commonwealth's represented the ill resume Mon ild not agree. n, of upper Lan ivicted and fined O. Harding,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 May 1905

?be journal. (Kntrred at the Postoffice at Mathews C H., Va., as second cl as? matter. ] -*, Al'KSDAY, MAT 25, 1905. LITTLE LOCAL ITEMS. Doings o? the People Tersely Told. fclTORS SEEN IN TOWN. Some Going and Others Re? turning?Local Happen? ings of Interest to All. E. W. Browne of Norfolk was ijgSknvn the first of the week. judge Garnett is holding Court in Middlesex County this week. The Journal is visiting by in? vitation new homes every week. Subscribe and get the local news. For sale:? One surrey, good as new, light enough for one horse, cheap for cash. Apply at this office. JKatch the wedding column of the JOURNAL and find out if wed? ding bells will not soon be ringing in the ears of some of our most popular towns-people. Lost?Between \\ il damswharf and Mathews C. II. an opal pin surrounded by (fold filigree work. Tinder phase return to Journal office and receive reward. Aw lot 5 and io cent goods. New dry goods and millinery, New shoes and clothing, New furniture and mattin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 May 1905

fit h "rou i th after lud my doctor Wright's time for ?n Poan'g hreo <lnys ?cross my as soon on Airs. Che*ten Curry ons woman in twenty-five but whst suffers with some derangement of the female organism, and this is the secret of so many unhappy homes. No woman can be amiable, light hearted and happy, a joy to her hus-< band and children, and perform the duties incumbent upon her, when she is Buffering with backache, headache, nervousness, sleeplessness, bearing, down pains, displacement of the womb, Spinal weakness or ovarian troubles. Irritability and snappy retorts take the place of pleasantness, and all sun? shine is driven out of the home, and lives are wrecked by woman's great enemy?womb trouble. Read this letter: Dsar Mrs. Pinkham:? *' I was troubled for eight years with irregu? larities which broka down my health and brought on extreme nervousness and despon? dency. Lydia R. Pinkham's Vegetable Com? pound proved to be the only medicine which nolrwd me. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 June 1905

HE MATHE VOL. II. MATHEWS C. II., VA., I JAPS ANNIHILATE RUSSIAN FLEET mn Official Announcement of Great Victory is Made P in Tokio. IrwcLvc warships artTsunk or captured. F Battle Begun Saturday Continues Throughout Sunday?A Running fire fight Between the fleets. In Which Togo Is Said to Have lost One Cruiser and Ten Torpedo Boats?All the Russian Ships Not Engaged. Tokio (By Cable).--It is officially an? nounced that Admiral Rojestven ky's fleet has been practically annihilated. Twelve warships have l>een sunk or captured, and two transport* a?d two torpedo boat destroyers have been sunk. S'x Russian Ships Soak. Washington, D. C (Sinvial).?F. B. Lootnis, Assistant Secretary of State, an? nounces that three dispatches have been received at the State Department from the Far Hast. These report that the Jap? anese Government officially announced that its Beet engaged tin- Baltic squad? ron in the Straits of Tsushima Sunday, and that the straits were held, the can? nonading b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 June 1905

>?red gima or .et's have improvements We often hear :s about the infer schools. I do not is the right spirit. They fcJkiid when wc make fun Ictnwt Make fun of ourselves, had an article in our home we were ashamed of, we improve on it. The public are ours, why not improve on t! c?:? J. F. Marchant. ?nded of by the Found us. Coleman, ic Willow pelosingex A very en been pre recitations, ?ical solos and ion of Miss essay of Har instrumental rncy and Alice ?ecial mention, whole reflect the teacher and showed the evuaaj^-nt training the scholars ha? received. At the close of the program a hand? some gift was prestVcd to the teacher as a mark of t ?jiigh es? teem in which she is held^Ly her scholars and their appr?cia her work with them. Thei were invited to the dining where delightful refreshment were served, after which all ling? ering!}' departed, glad, yet sorry, that school was over for another term. K. tion will same satisfaction. It is laxative. It contains no opiates and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 June 1905

? ed at [H.. Va. URSDA he 3ourn)ai, the PoattO?flC? . asaeooiKl?'a at Mathews asa matter. ] Jl'NK 1, 1905. TTLE LOCAL ITEMS. Mugs o? tlie People Tersely Told. [S!TO%SEEN IN TOWN. >me Going and Ouiers Re? turning?Local Happen? ings of Interest to All. liss Leone Y. Coleman is visit nn: Miss Susie Lilly. Wyatt^Jolffe, junior member of the firm of A. C. Wolffe & Co., Peft Monday for Richmond. I Drs. A. M. Marchant and R. PR. Hoskins have recently pur? chased gasoline launches. For neat and artistic job print? ing, bring your order to tiiis office. We can please you. Mrs. Jisw-kcr and Miss Carolyn Barker, ^T Louisville, Ky., are at Poplar Grove. Mrs. Mary E. Hunley, who was recently paralyzed, continues vcr ? y ill Capt. Frank Winder, ot the ' steamer James River, is at his i home near Cricket Hill. k Herbert Miller of Noriolk is vis? iting iyfe parents at Riverside F?rm.^^ Mrs. Emm* Wcntworth, of fottsville. Pa., is visiting her mother, G. S. Marchant. H. II. Hal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 June 1905

"out-towers tfic for our country's Ha?;. le, fosal the hot sun fier; when wr plant the tree. ?m* of Henry Abbey, D. 'inpany. New York. [S GUARDIAN I ANGEL. o -n>Q boy little >aid. "Oh! lid, "Well, sor. f OF RUTS. Gets Work from [oyea. Iyer, whose force in the country, dead Vr This. I? ?\! "'*''? ?onttas before, full of hope and He helps , possibly, lozen training schools. His Is philanthropy elevated to the est plane. When he notices that an begins to show signs that he ?Hing; Into a rut at one kind of he promptly changes him to kind of employment. If ?position Is to b< ^tOM. S a neighboring dork slowly l\ ??- je ?lamed out the hour of 5 O l\ O "ti a raw. gaiety December J| ?**? )t evening. Mr. Richard Bar "WOW kef climbed tin? stairs which led lo his shabby lit11?* l>od sitI?nu room and thing his weary body into the remains of a once respectable armchair. Since S o'clock that morning he had be ii vainly looking fol work. He was twenty mm ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 June 1905

'The mathew VOL. II. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY J?N JNDER 15 FEET OF WATER ??er Imprisoned For Over Tweitj Foor Hours. KING WHEN RESCIED. Mel Hayes at Caatsn, 'Surface Is an I'acss Js"ss and Almost Dyisf Condltlos?Diver *as Sacked Under a Pile of Re?ase aad f? Unable to Free Hinuell, in. Mo. (Special).?After being >ned for 24 hour-;, loaded down by f's armor and under 15 feet of w.v lanicl Haves wa> brought to the ^e in an unconscious and almost dy ondition. is a professional diver and had ^employed to remove the brush and fro.n the immense pipe which it tftn?s of low water to drain Li Ike and transfer its surplusage to isippi River, 'hile SI work Haves was socked rr the pile of refuse and over against ^vlder in a way which prevented him loosening himself from the tan ihosc which held htm down. In jing to the men in charge of the Imp he could not let them know ration, as the air hose, which was Jed around the rock, caused decep pbbles to come to the surface. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 June 1905

le iss >rk inrclli *tion that Fed as para >arty in the state. tgo, Admiral Togo 1 of Japan, in proha rgreatest naval battle in rworkTs history, again demos rated tbe superiority of his court ^over Russia in modern war ??^Military world is wat : wofKt?rfut and always 'successftrr -.movements of Japan with the same interest manifested by the North in the ever victor? ious march o? Stonewall Jackson. The "Yellow peril" may be the ajaa^-vof old women to frighten the PRuJuren, yflfjftf th" ffme the na? tions of the eartfa*f?e very mucii like children in the dark, looking apprehension upon the shad hat seem to be gathering a them in the East. Today land, France and Russia each ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ *sts upon a bavonet.^nri peaceJ ?natter square in the face. The ild great! i reJrev*^5se strain throughout Eur CIVIL ??GHTS "Equal rights to all men" says grand old Constitution. Every ?an lias a right and I regard it. am in favor of the rum seller's right. Our law says ever...

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