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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 28 April 1910

"America a Foremost Brand" LUZIANNE COFFEE A COrrtC that will *?>? ymmvmry \ A COFFEE whs? dUuble atrangth Mtiafactio* and lew pr*?et? makaa It ?conoaDtcal ANY PATRON PLEASING GROCER WIU. 3UPTLY YOU THE REILY-TAYLOR CO. NEW ORLEANS. U.S.A. TEN YEARS EACH FOR P. 0. ROBBERS Two Notorious Criminals Accept Their Fate Without a Change o? Countenance?Govern? ment Will Not Likely Collect Fine. ? KICIIMOXD, VA,? Special.? With sudden and awful celerity retribution ?rame Thursday after? noon to Fildie Fay and "Little Dick" Harris the daring criminals ?rho robbed the post-ofiice of oter $86,000 In stamps and money. Pressed on all side? by the min? ions of the law and confronted with the ?-crtalnty ?>f conviclioii, they entere?! a plea Of guilty. Ten niiniites later Judge Wad dill, Kit tllie; in the Dialled Stale* District Court, anuoum-cd that the penalty would be ?tea ?reara la the Atlanta pevdtentsary ami a Hue of $6,000 each. as for the Baa, ii ???*? formi dahle. '?in it ?loe* not ap...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 28 April 1910

WANTS H41R coons. ALL THK LATEST PARIS ri IONS la HAIR DRB88INQ. All kinds of Hair oti hand or made to erder. Combinga m* :witches. Pompa Isfactlos guarant**?Hl I " 20? North Third St.. Richmond, Va WANTKh SECOND-HAND BAGS and BURLAP; any kind; any quar anywhere. RICHMOND BAG CO.. Richmond, Va. WANTED OVERCOATS. CLOAKS, and Opera Coats to clean *in?l MRS. A. J. i-Tl.i:. 316 N. r.TH ST.. Riohmond. Va. Anything cloanabl? we clean. Anything dyable we dye. DO vor II ivi: CATARRH 1 The almost unlvei kind? Then uso Dr. i tarrh Balm, Guaranteed ? <> ct Bample. Write Dr. J. M. t hiistian. Haselhurst, i PRAYSKR'S NERVE AND B< LINIMENT. rORTY-FIVK TEARS A SUCCESS? After being made and used in thou? sands of homes as tho best remedy for all achr-s ?nd pains for forty-five years, nc h?tre decided to show our appreciation by doubling the size of our 26c bottles. You ?ill never know kow much difference there could be in liniment until you have tried the old original FRATSER'S NERVE AND R...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 5 May 1910

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. VII. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, MAY 5. 1910. NO. 21. la. M. MUMFORD. Pr?s. SANDS SMITH. Vice-Pres. J. P. NOTTINGHAM, CASH. (The L. E. MUMFORD BANKING CO. I Paid Up Capital $120,000 Surplus and Undiuided Profits, $75,000 J MATHEWS C. H., VA. Bol ir its the accounts of firms and individuals and offers to customers accommodation consistent with good banking; Interest Allowed On Sayings Accounts. AU Money In Ynnlt Cor ered By Burglar Insurance. hCl urs: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to I 2 M All the Delicacies of the Season the Market Affords W. Pleaoe You. Tell Other?: If Not. Toll Mo SERVED AT ALL HOURS JORDAN'S LADIES'AND GENTLEMEN'S HOTEL CAFE Cor. Bank and Hill Streets, NORFOLK, VA. Best REGULAR Meal ?erved in the City. Breakfast 25c. Dinnei 25c. Supper 25c. Good clean comfortable beds. Convenient, desirable, refined location. Quick, polite AMOS P. JORDAN and attentive service. & OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ?& OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. Schedule ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 5 May 1910

DISMISS CHARGES AGAINST LAWYER ISst Shown That He Committed ton tempt of Court in Trnney llhotre 1 a*e at Richmond. RICHMOND. V A ?S pedal ? The ?. h arges against L. O. W?nd?n Tburi: and William D. I'Himill. broupht by William !.. d by Judp?- Grin nan late Wednesday evening in the ?Clmneary court. i he charge was contempt of court. II laapllclty was the only feature of ttv .inish. Whea tin- ?vtdaaos was concluded, Judge Orinnan, without any hesita? tion, entered his order. ?M do not wish to hear any argu? ment."' he said. "There is "thing to sustain th?> chargt a ' ' t*>? case Is dismisse?!.'' A large crowd had gathered in the court room expecting to hear a ! ed. possibly a bitter argument and i.d slow to realize that the case was over. Mr. Wendenborg was the chief wit? ness of the afternoon session, and his motiy furnish??! its chief inter? est. In answering Mr. Fulton h?' explain? ed that he ii;ni neen John t.. Tyler In l?a it inn ire as an) lawyer would haVQ ?lone in the i...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 5 May 1910

NEGRO INTRUDER IS GIVEN FIGHT ?SJ Vwrk l'ay Mirlan Huida llura lar I. tat II rul?er Arrive-"?tirae Sbona lier Saaak. NEW YORK.? Special.? Because he aroae from a sick bed Sunday ?morning before daylight and stood for a quarter of an hour, scantily dressed. to hold until the police came a negro who had broken into his house and attacked Jftxe governess of his chil? dren. Dr/jtlunry Koster, of 115 Locust governetg. Miss Mary Kostrick. an at? tractive woman of twenty-one years. aw-oke to And a negro bending over her bed. As she was about to scream the peg ros lingers went about her .hroaV *f?no Makes Bravo Fight. ?The young woman fought desper? ately, and the negro struck her over the head with an empty beer bottle he had lu his hand. She received two bad see"*' wounds and a long cut across lejfe forehead. Miss rffiostrick's room is on the third I floor In tw wing remote from those of I the older members of the family. The j children sleep in the same part of ? the house as she does. S...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 5 May 1910

?Tbc ^nrnal. ja-? \ - ?o ole. ?on< advocating candi ?i ,- -? will be chatfred h >. f,u advertiaiaa;. K i ling notices 10 cents per lino. r.ui ratea fai-atsaed oa appii ? ;i. .Mi ?? in?icut advertisements ?rill ho ?h .i: i for at the rate of ?SO cts. per i., the irai Insertkm, 2.-* >*ts -per each subsequent insertion ?w ?en ?a? changa is made. Tin jot'KNAt. would be greatly In .?l*v.-?i tu its correapondents if they ?will mail their new? letters to aa to i h this otlic?' before Wtsdnesday i.i . nine-. A great many items have t<> . unpublished or ?sarried over until following week ami be stale read ling hecanee they ?u> not reach this ?office in time. THURSDAY. MAY. 5. 1"1<>. 1 HE effort on the part of the citiz mis to cleanse and beautify our town which culminated in the organization ot a Sanitary ami Improvement League on Tuesday night s commendable and should -receive the support of every citi? zen who is interested in the well fare of the town. The plans an...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 5 May 1910

Clx Journal. Pntcre?! at tl ? P M at Mathews H.. Va., as ?ecoutl cla.?.* matter. ..'.'. INTMKNTS ON MATH1. ClatCUlT. May Stb. Salem. 1 I A. If. " " Central. ? F. M. M " Bethel. S P. If. " ijth. Central, 11 A. M. m M Salem. 3 P. M. " 22nd. Bethel. 11 A. M. ?* " Central. 4 P.M. " 29th, Salem. it A. II. *? M Bethel. 2:30 P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON EAST MATH EWS CIRCUIT FOR FERUARY, MARCH. APRIL AND MAY. St.Paul'su A.M.istandjdSun, 3 P.M. 2d M 4th ?? Beulah 11 A.M. 2d M 4th M 3 P.M. ist " 3d M St. Paul's II A. M. and Beulah 3 P. M. on 5th Sun. in May. THURSDAY. MAY. 5. VHO. LOCAL ITEMS. . ersonal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinitv. Mr. Ernest Browne, of Norfolk is in the County. Miss Mary Randolph Lane, has returned from Baltimore. Mr. L. E. Mumford was iu town on Tuesday. Miss Mary Gibson Hunley has returned from a visit inRichmond. Mrs. Kate Williams, of Balti? more, is with her sister, Mrs. A. H. Williams. Miss Virginia Billups is visiting her sister, Mrs. Joe Freeman in Chicago. Miss M...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 5 May 1910

SOUTH VISITED BY FIERCE STORM Two Inches Fell in Georgia?Car? olina, Tennessee and Alabama Get It Also. ?XTI.%. vr\. i. ?..? sprolal.? Snow Mta?*taar aaonalan frit I? Hi <l??l>il? ?>i MM t<? two Inohcs throughout North and Central <.??*?r-t i. M.'iltanm, parts o? \orih and ?-ouili ?anilina ami Tonn? m*?.?. It was the worst \pril siojaii on r??? ord. the nearest approtf5*h bel me in IHIil. Itcports from \iiiiis|ou, Ala., Ma? ?on. lim.. that uiniid^H, 'lVuii.. and Tnllado;:a. Ala.. report a !*?'?? n'ar old lii.it- hii's-nrd. Frails. ??agetnbles and crops l?ate Ih'oii ??really damaged. Ka^iii-* In IVnui'sM NASMVIl.l.i:. TKN'X - Special ? A h??a\> midwsIc"!.. hi racine throughout Tent.???-? ? i nday. and It Is feared thai ol many millions will be lit?licted <>u Irmk farm?, and It-tiit crop-. If a tree/?? follow s. \t ?> \. M. two inches had fal? l?n and Ute temperature was alto-.?? /oro. ESCAPING CONVICTS SHOT BY GUARDS CAX03 CITY, VOL. Special. \- a lisait ?&...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 5 May 1910

Have You Noticed? How prices o? thing? for the table?eggs* meats, groceries, etc.. have advan?ced the past few years, al except ?=?| LUZIANNE COFFEE fa^^JJN Its price, is no higher to-day than seven ?jGp years ago when it first established itself as {?rSmfflp the most popular brand on the market. F^S*! THE?REILY-TAYLOR CO.. NEWL??L?AN% WORST QUAKES IN MANY YEARS Streets of Costa RJcan Cities Rock and Great Fissures Are Made in the Earth. NEW ORLEANS, LA.? Special.? Passengers arriving here from Port Limon declare that earthquake shocks that recently rent scores of cities and towns In Costa Rica were the worst In the history of the Western conti? nent. Many were killed In the mountain settlements northwest of San Jose. Thousands of persons are homeless, while great damage was done in the progressive cities of San Jose and Car tago. Streets Began to Rock. When the shocks began there was little alarm, but after they had con? tinued at Intervals of half of the day. they grew alarmed and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 5 May 1910

WANTS HAIR LOOPS. ALaL THE ! IONS Is h ah: ?kinds i ' sedar ( Pomps' 'ion guarantee?! H TO 111 Third St . Rl< bmond, Va. wantf;> ?nd-hand bags burla Ki..d. sny ajami anywhere. RICHMOND BAG CO., iikhmond. '. IWANTtD OVBRGOAT8. CLOAKS, asd Opera Coats to ?.-ban and A. J. I'YI.K, 316 N. BTH ST.. shmond, Va. Anything clet clean. Anything dyabls we dye. DO TOO II !YI < ITABKH1 Ths almost universal bane of man? kind? Then use Dr. Christ isn't Ca? tarrh Ball :. Guaran: sample- Write Dr. J. M. Christian. Haselhurst. Ga. Read advertisement in this issue of Macnair's Chicken Powder, it's a bless lag to poultry raisers; kills the Hawk if he catches Chick or Turkey. FRAYSERS NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT. ?ORTT-FIVE TEARS A SUCCESS? After being made and used in thou? sands of home? as the best remedy for all ach??? %ad pains for forty-five years, we have decided to show our appreciation by doubling the size of ?nr 26c bottles. You will never know how much difference there could be In linimen...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 May 1910

THE MATHEWS vol. vu. i^lHHIHHHHHHHHBeiATHEWs c. h., va, Thursday, may JOURNAL. I*. IL MTJMFORD. Pr?s. SANDS SMITH, Vlco-Pres. J. P. NOTTINGHAM, CASH. C The L. E. MUMFORD BANKING CO. i f Paid Up Capital $120,000 Surplus and Undiuided Profits, $75,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. Solicits the accounts of firms and Individuals and offers to customers accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Honey In Vault Cot ered By Burglar Insurance. Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 f. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M All the Delicacies of the Season the Market Affords W. Plosse You. Tell Others: If Not. Tell Me SERVED AT ALL HOURS JORDAN'S LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HOTEL CAFE Cor. Bank and Hill Streets, NORFOLK, VA. Best REGULAR Meal aerved in the City. Breakfast 25c. Dinner. 25c. Supper 25c. Good clean comfortable beds. Convenient, desirable, refined location. Quick, polite AMOS P. JORDAN ar,d attentive service. ?er OPEN DAY AND NIGHT j& OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. Schedule Betwe...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 May 1910

ENCUNO MOURNS DEATH Of EDWARD Mourning Is Not a C?r?monial, ' Bat Genuine Expression of a People for Their Leader?Si? lent Respect Keynote of At? titude?Markets Affected. LOKDOX. SiNTial.??'alle the ayemt boil or St. Paul's Oitheilral Friday long without ltuckliigham Use wirnm of (.real Britain for harr wcll-hcli>\?*?l King. iMlward VII.. ils? millions of this city, tilts. ? I and sosnber, paid honor OS hli ni?*iiiory in tears. Tin? stcndy knell Of late giant lied sounding above all otberrs seeased ttavs the aad beating Of tatsO nation's Stessi as C.oorgc Y., the Sailor King. was acknowledged saccei?MBV BO Edward, the peacenutkcr. *..li?> lay dead at ltin-khigliam. Silent crow?ls Idled the sir?*?*'-. TIM? usual sounds gf the m?*tr?>po lls ami |Mirtly stilh*<l from MM end of iho city to the other, and from on?* end of the ??jiipir?? to th?? ?>tln*r. whitli?*r the sad new has gone the peoplo mourn. They appear as If a great physical ca? lamity liad been visited ii|h>...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 May 1910

OLD CONFEDERATES ARE BACK HOME Prohibition Law Not Backed by Public Opinion Cannot Be Snforced?Coming to Richmond in 1913. ?tflCH rwe're lfl3." MOND. VA. ? Special. ? coming to Richmond in Thousands of times that expression was heard u!<-iig the line of the march Of the Conf' ins In Mobile h Thursday ol Last \\eei<, es the "thin gray line" walked the streets in an? nual parade following the closing of the twentieth annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans. The remai thsn up all a! ?? line as the Lt*e Camp V -s- -1 in review along the streets, d in this connection it is not out , place to SS] that the LsM ?'imp Veterans wei e more compliment? their sppearanci than say other mand. They were all uniformed, marched well, were splendid in ap rauce, kept step and presented a rnt e. ( Commander W. S. Archer lending them in a sol? dierly inaniM r. "And Richmond will tie glad to see \\ lieue\ ? .til./ w as t' ply made bj the Virginians aa marched aloi???. being k< pt busy a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 May 1910

aviJn. journal. 'EH EVERY TlU'fcfSDAV. sahf- \ ?l.fl*? fer Y??-?r ?.i Advati?*e.-*T . EditoramlOwntr. maries An?! t-esoliitions of reauect >?nlv be iiwVtp-t' as paid matterfof ha chargt ol five cents p>cr line is '.e. ?mmunicatioins advocating candi 1 ites for office *a?;U ?k- chargctl for at guian? line rate* for aalverttalsig. Heading* notice* 1<) cents jn-r line, v'ontract rates furnish?*! on uppli ?n. All transient ailvertiseinetit* srlll be <rged for at the rate ot ?i? cts. i>or ncfa for the hist insertion, 25 Cta l>cr ? for each ausiss*s|isrssl asaseftion .vhen no change is made. Thk Joukxai, would he greatly in <tl tt. its corrcsixuulents if they ill mail their news letters SOastO re ich this office liefere Wednesday in-riling, A great many items have to go unpublished or .arncil over until the following week and be stale rend? ing because they tlo not icach this o nice in time. THURSDAY. MAY. 12. 1->10. From the present outlook Hon. William A. Jones w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 May 1910

Zbi Sournal. Krtteml at tr.? Po?? Office at Mathews . II.. Va., as ?ecoud-cla*.? matter. APPOINTMENTS ON MATHKWS CIRCUIT. May 8th. Salem. n A. M. ** *' Central. 3 P. If. " " Bethel. H P. M. *' 15th. Central, it A. If. f " *' Salem. 3 P. If. " 22nd, Bchel, I i A. M. M M Central, 4 P.M. *' 2<,th. Salem, it A. If. %% " Bethel, 2:30 P. M. ? APPOINTMKNTSON EAST MATH EWS CIRCUIT FOR FKRUARY, MARCH, APRIL* AND MAY. St.Paul's 11 A.M ist an.l3.JSun. 3 P.M- 2d " 4th ** Benlah 11 A.M. 2d ,% 4th M 3 P.M. ist M 3d " St. Paul's 11 A. M. and Beulah 3 P. M on 5th Sun. in May. THURSDAY. MAY. 12. '910. LOCAL ITEMS. ersonal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinity. Mr. L?. C. Ciarnett spent some time Richmond last week. Mr. G. E. Hatch returned on Tuesday from a trip to Norfolk. Miss Gertrude James, of Fitch etts, -s visiting friends in Norfolk. Dr. A.R.Cohen,the well-known eve specialist arrived in town ou Tuesday. Messrs. Sand Smith, Jr., and H ?title V White visited Norlolk this week. For Sale?A bug...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 May 1910

CONVICT YODER FOR PUBLICATION Acted as His Own Counsel and Used Publications of the Thaw Trial as Parallel?Gives Bond to Desist From Further Breach. RICH No \i>, v\. Iprmlal William C. Smith, a ?arriate? manufacturer, and T. S. (?nru-ii, at llaim\er. who went > oilrrV Imiid when l?se editor-publisher was arrested Monday, furnished boats i In- *>">???) bosad r?>r his ?d?-r-) BjpSMl Ix-lmiidr for !>i> months ami the additional bosad i?l" *;?????, which wmm rcqaireil when mi apps)Ba to a higher court was noieil. "I waul it umh-r-st >'-?l." said ?Justice alutus, "th. I i" t'ur ni-lif.i i ?; M r. -lit t?? be jot? etc?! <?r printing obj? matter at any t i in? - \ I i^ pending, ihr bunds totaling $so?J ?rill be forfeited." Mi -..:- < ;i '??I u> l\v ne in li.^ home >?'? Chestnut Hill ti'i-s al noon i ? man t liai \ ..... i '- [ill In et ??\ i ?-ply. "Our un der?. Mr. "*t ? ?shall in Ititu >m pub? lishing atiytl u ndglit be : slur. ai indu!, hi personal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 May 1910

The oaoar healthful of cofftei i?Rasad the label oaa th? cas atad then rolar to BuIUtio No. 19 of she U. S. DepC of A|ric?ltur?, Paga 13. It comes from Louisiana whose French-spesklng people have the art es? of coffee-making to perfection LUZIANNE COFFEE A Rich Man's Coffee at s Poor Man's Price Why not be one of its two million users? Aik y?ur Qroctr The Reily-TaylOI* CO. New Orl4Mns. U.S.A. UNIVERSAL PEACE ROOSEVELT'S PLEA diXa**-*" j a | ???* Noblemen, Foremost Scientists and Literary Norway Hear For? mer American President Give His Comprehensive Plan .?a for Arbitration. e?- - CHRlSTLLNAa-- Special.?Tbeo dore Roosevelt Thursday struck one of the hardest blows in the cause of universal peace yet de? livered, when, in his Nobel peace prize, address he outlined a com preliensivo plan for arbitration. Before royalty, foremost offi? cials, 84-iciitists and literary men of Norway, the former President urged a world wide l??ague of peace among the great powers, but a league pledged to ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 May 1910

WANTS _ MAIS GOODS. AU THR LATEST PARIS FASH Is HAIR DRESSING. All of Hair on hand or made to Combings made into Switches. lours. Puffs, etc Satisfaction os-oranteed HUGHES. 209 North Third St. Richmond. Va. .W?aNTsn>?SKCONIMiANP BAGS and BURLAP; any klad, any ?luantity; anywhere. RICHMOND BAG CO., Richmond, Va, sV-VlfTED---OVEH('()ATS, CLOAKS, Opera foats to clean and dye L J. PTLB, 315 N. RTH ST., Btebmond. Va. Anything cleanable we clean. Anything dyable we dye. DO TOO IM VF CATAKKH1 Toa almost universal bane of man It Thei Dr. Chrisl tarrh Balm. Guarant? i '? to * ?ample Write Dr. J. M. Christian, Hoselhurst. Ga. Head advertis?-mcnt in this issue of laavcnalr's Chicken Powder; it's a bless? ing to poultry raisers: kills the Hawk tt he catch??s Chick or Turkey. FRAYSER'S NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT. sTOBTY-FIVE YEARS A SUCCESS? After being made and used in thou? sands of homes as the best remedy for all achr-s ?nd pains for forty-five years, we have decided to show our appreciatio...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 19 May 1910

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. VII. MATHEWS G H.. VA., THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1910. NO la. su. MUMFORD, Pr?s. SANDS SMITH. Vice-Pres. J. P. NOTTINGHAM. CASH. r The L. E. MUMFORD BANKING CO. i Paid Up Capital $120,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits, $75,000 MATHEWS C H., VA. Solicits the accounts of firms and Individuals and offers to customers accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Money In Yault Cot cred By Burglar Insurance. | r Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M AU the Delicacies of the Season the Market Affords W? Plea-? You. Tell Other?: If Not. Tell Me SERVED AT ALL HOURS JORDAN'S LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HOTEL CAFE Cor. Bank and Hill Streets, NORFOLK, VA. Best REGULAR Meal served in the City, Breakfast 25c. Dinner 25c. Supper 25c. Good clean comfortable beds. Convenient, desirable, refined location. Quick, polite AMOS P. JORDAN *"<* attentive service. & OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ?& OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. \\m*d*Awa Be...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 19 May 1910

GOUNCILMEN TO BE INVESTIGATED Messrs. Pollock and Wise Freely Admitted Having Received \ha Money, But Held That It Was Legi t?mate Fee. RICHMOND, VA?Special Th?? Common Council, ?rith i>?> dfts aenMiiK vote, has authorized an in\ <>.i gation "i tin- ch at net and Gilbert K. P?>l lock. These ? bargee are to *hs> effect that th<- two Couneilmen received a of f:.???? ?or having an ordinance prohibiting dairymen feeding milch llery waste amended, . that Its nee was made permissible. Th?- i s ? ?. t ? ? r of the Mayor was very uad is given la full below. it sets forth thai ten or tw.-h.' d i contributed t<? the fund of I which was plae? d >? hands ??I John \. Dletrlck > the under? standing thai 11 arm* n?n i<> i??- pan! to kteeatm Pollock and OFtos until the aasendment t<> th?- ordinance had been adopted by th?' Council and approved i.jr the Mayor; uni that th? ordinance was approved by th?- Mayor on March 10th, and tin- Following <ia\ Mr. Die...

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