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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 May 1910

T?as aso?! hculthlul of corTee? i K?m<J the label on th? can and then rsfcr to BulUtin No. 19 of th? U. S. Dopt, of AcricaJtur?. Fafe 13. It comes from Louisiana whose French-speaking people have the art of corftse-maklng to perfection < LUZIANNE COFFEE A Rich Man's Coffee at a Poor Man's Price Why not be one of Its two million users? Ast your Orsccr The Re?lv-TaylOI" CO. Ne?Ork?M.U.S.A. TO BUILD HIGH POWER STATION Richmond Is Hade Head<iuarters for Continental Wireless Telegraph v Company. RICHMOND, V A.? 8peclal.-| That Richmond Is to have a high power radiating; station is the an? nouncement made this morning by ! Word H. slills. State manager for Vir? ginia of the Continental Wireless Tel? ephone and Telegraph Company. Other stations will be erected at Nor? folk and other points In Virginia as rapidly as Is found practicable. Richmond has been made State headquarters of he company, and of? ficers have been opened in the Ameri? can National Bank B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 May 1910

: journal. ??**-* to.ae p? ?.-**??-*. * ' ? m\Ow rtes and r??--?>lute ? ?-, paid m.itter ff? ? ,vi lin?* i \r. it".??n?? adv?ocatins' candi ??> ?? sr'll i?e chnrffsjd (?>?" at dar line ratee f?>t advertising. ling notieee i?? canta pet lin??. ntrnct ratas fnrnished ou _dppii ,i ition. "** Ail transtent ndvertistsaents srill bc traed for al th?? rate of SO eta h for the first insertion, 25eta h for each subsequent insertion s lien tu? cha?are is mnde. Tut JofN-VAi. wonWl be greatly in '???l t it-? correatpondents ii the*? < HI mail their newa letters so as t. i -ach this ?'Hi?-?? before \V???ln<?-?!.? ? . i ?mim:. A great many items have t - -unpublished or ?arrien! over until i e following week and bc stale read i ??_-; because they ?lo uot teach tiu ?>:Vice in timo. THURSDAY. MAY. V\ 1910. miUAL SEIV1CES RELU ON M0XDA? IX IIOXOH OF JUDGE G. TAYLOR GARXETl. A large number of the citizens * of Mathews attend...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 May 1910

?Xir-t Journal. -? a tt.? IV-**.' Ol'Cf atMathew? ***? . a? sWuail-cfass matter. ; - >4tl ?*? ,VrMl?.*1T*ON,MAT?K\VS CIRCUIT, "'. - s li. Salen), il A, M, " Central, i i\ II: ? ** Bethel, 8 P. M. ? eth? Central, 11 A. M. > tleni, 3 P. M. ? ?iid. Ue.hel. I I A, M. Central, 4. F, M. v.th. Sal?in. 11 A, M. Bethel. 2:30 P. M. I* VA PIMUNTMI-iNTSON BASTMATH Y ws CIRCUIT KOK FBRUARY, MAKCB, Al'HIt, AND MAY V.?..Paul's il -\.M ist andjtiSun. \ '? 3 P.M- 2d M 4th ?' m ..Iah n A.M. 3d M 4>h M 3 P.M. ist M 3d M S Paul's 11 A. M. and Heuiah . \I an gth Sun. in Mav. TMIIKSnAY. MAY. 19. 1910. LOCAL ITEMS. . isonal Mentions Around Ibtbews and Yicinitv. Mre. Kate Robertson is now at Woodstock." dr. J.P. Nottingham is visiting ?na Lastern Shore this week, Mrs, Leslie Garnett will spend i a <? w days in Norfolk this week. ? Capt. and Mrs. Clarence Kir **m spen. a day in Mathcws last \lr. James P. Benner, is at -?eaford" with his family for a v Idle. Mr. An...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 May 1910

LEGISLATOR BMR ROBBED IN STREET Member of Boss? of IMecste? from <'b*-4t*rtirid tosnt-y Ua? Bis l'ee?et Picked. rh'hm?ni). y a. - special ? w \\ Ba H*iUb??io. Snemib.-i ol t)i<- I louse m? Del-v^t*??? #r?>ni Cl ' county, was r?>bbed of m considerable ?um of mens** an?i bis ralla I hy three well-dress? ed, mirive Individ?ala, ol plessinj-; ad ?lr?-Ks. at tin- hSUthcra Railway depot, at tir* f???>t o? Fourtee?ntk Strt?e-t Thurs? day ; : ??illy Before the d?*>?artur?> of tl. t o'ci??ck a?*?xju3iQ<i>dsUo? train, whi? li gpsratSS between Kl?-**-? moue and Keysvllle. Tb 1er, in ooiwp?sy with tai* ?on, IsBM I' l'aker. had just boarded th.* trata ?rhsa 11??-* eid.M- u ? Baker was robbed. Th<* ??.;?>'. - i and ***ystematlcelly p ?ud ?-?-? cuted by lb?* trio ?? -. two <?f whom m-iu-it-- <1 te M 'he*ir es oamm. Ti Uer had just en ti>r?'?l Ute...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 May 1910

YANKEES TAKE OLD CAPITAL ?March Through the Streets in Brave Array to the Sound of Music?Two Days' Pro? gram Full of Inter? esting Events. ?*i\ [CHMOND, V A?S p e c i a 1.? "Th?; Yankees have conto." They are m the ?ity and are walk? ing around just like they ?ver home, and they have been asses t<? f?*?'l thus early that they ?are to stay b?*re this week and that they can have all the fun they want. They came h?re SOflSS four hundred Strong, and when they avvok?' ;tt 7 o'clock Momlay morning they were in vAhe bands of tin* Richmond Light In? fantry HliH'8. tli*' ?saeaban of that fa -gnoiis command surrounding anil sur? prising the "invader*-." while the] Slept in thiur train at Klba. The visitors. when the found that they had been captured, wisely n-rrained from mak? ing any resistant?-, quietly submitting to capture, and were march?-?! ?iff as prison- rs to the new Richmond Light Infantry Blues" Armory. The "enemy" Is comp<?**-ed of the First Company of the Rh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 May 1910

WANTS H4IK 0001 T0N8 la HAIR 1 kinds of l ' order. Combinen mu?!?> b Pompadours. 1 gusran!? e?i I?FGH1 Third St , ?Richmond. Va. raNTKl) -SKi'ONl> HAND BAGS and BURLAP; any ki..d. any quantity; anywhere. RICHMOND BAG I Richmond, Va. ?HAM BD?OVERCOATS, CLOAKS, Sad Opera Coat-? ??? clean. :i"*l d\e MRS. A. J. PTLfi. Rlehtnond, v.i. Anything cleanablej w* dear. Anytlii-ig dyable DO TOB HAVE CATAR] The almost Und? T tarrh Balm. sample. tlan, Harelhu Mar ing to poull ? If he ? FRA \ ST. fORTY-FlVK YEARS \ Sl'< After 1 sanrta ?of b? for all aches -and pains for I years, ws have decided to show sppreeiati<?n by doubling the size of our 2"?<* bottles. Too trill net how much difference there roui?-] in liniment until you have tried the old original FRAYSER'S NERVE AND BONE UNIMENT. For Man or Beast. J. W. FRAY8ER ft C 1S01 B. Main St Richmond. Va Organized 1S66. Virginia State Ins. Co. Richmond, Ya. .$ 681.000 00 paid ex-seed.$4,600,000 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 June 1910

I THE MATHEWS JOURNAL LkvOL. VI! MATHEWS C. H.. VA- THURSDAY. ?UNE 2. 1910 NO. 2V asTJMKORD,'Pree. SANDS SMITH. Vice-Prea. J. P. NOTTINGHAM, CASH. The L. E. MUMFORD BANKING CO. ?* Paid Up Capital $120,000 Surplus and Undiaided Profits, $75,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. Bol'^48 the accounts of firms and Individuals and offers to customers accommodation consistent with good banking interest'Allowed On Savings Acconnts. All Money In Vault Cot ercd I?y Bnrglar Insurance. Iouhts: 9 A.M. to 4P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M All the Delicacies of the Season the Market Affords W? Ploooe You. Tell Other?: If Not. Tell Mo SERVED AT ALL HOURS JORDAN'S '? . LADIES'AND GENTLEMEN'S HOTEL CAFE Cor. Bank and Hill Streets, NORFOLK, VA. Beat REGULAR Meal aerved in the City. Breakfast 25c. Dinner 25c. Supper 25c. Good clean comfortable beds. Convenient, desirable, rehned location. Quick, polite AAfOS P. JORDAN ??d attenrive aervice. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ?? OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. Schedule Between Norfolk an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 June 1910

PROTESTS AGAINST STAGE BURLESQUES One Delegate Sees the Humor of Things and Thinks the Matter Had Best Be Let Alone, But Qreat Majority Are Against Him. RHIIMOM), VA.? Special.? I ii?iu< MionaM?, ilio l?a?liiig feature of Tur>din*> session o? the District Urand Lodge of Usa or? eare of aVXai H'ltitii ?a- the tpar it?s! ?i?'i?Mte aa t?? whether or o??t it i urgaadaataoa alsaajld put Ituelf on rv?'??r?l as protesting against tin- stair?? aaal aaaanaahae caHoa* tasTSS <?i Jews. \ few ??i lise dVlegaarsi thoiight it the nan oi wisdom to Igaware the mallei, but the ? I aajorlty look quite the ?Vi site ?low. Ttasse maintained thai UO ??p|M>r tuiiitx >boiil?l ??*' lost to iiimU?' known 11*?* objevtioatti <?i teas <?r d?-r to a practice which, a.s otae delegate said, touched almost the Ih'hi t"s blood of In? people. A? cnrdlngl} tlie protest ?as put ?>n erourd. Tin- foiiownir oaacctra ?rere el...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 June 1910

/ U.IH ArS?S MAIS GOOD?. THE LATEST PARIS FASH? IONS la HAIR DRESSING. All klads of Hair on hand or made to seder. Combings made into Switches, Pompadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed. HUGHES. 209 North Talrdx-St., Richmond, Va WH ANTED?SECOND-HAND BAGS and BURLAP; any kiud; any quantity; anywhere. RICHMOND BAG CO.. T ' Richmond, Va. lCHERS WANTED ?$40- $200 monthly. Thousands vacancies. Booklet. A PLAN, free. Trustees auy^Vd with competent teachers. No charge. SOUTHERN TEACH ERS' AGENCY, Columbia, S. C < Read advertisement In this Issue of Macnair's Chicken Powder; It's a bless? ing to poultry raisers; kills the Hawk If he catches Chick or Turkey. LARGE COMMISSION to local repre? sentatives, men and women, selling my "Solid Aluminum Gem" cooker ami household utilities. Freo sampb Troducer?. Write WM. R. RIIAXCH, Wholesale l?ej,i. I*. | s. 14th StJ Kichmond, Va, -' PONIES?PHETLANDS AND OTHKRB. Broken, gentle and kind lor children. Pr lit. JOHN M. LTNM.W 1IAM, Bran...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 June 1910

TIC JC'UII lilla ? ~ -SC*et> K\ r.KY Till K>1>\\ SJS?"*. $1.00 Ter Ye?r te Advance."*** \V. If. Mintkk. EditoraodOwner. Obituaries and resolutions of re?i>Cv-t ?C M only be inserted as paid matter for which a charge oi five eajtJaa per line is nis.de. ?Communications advocating candi? dates for office w;ll be Charit?! for at regular line rates for advertising. Heading notices 10 cents per line. Contract rates furnished on appli? cation. All transient advertisements will be charged for at the rate of 90 cts. per inch for the first insertion, 25 cts. per inch for each subsequent insertion when no Casanga is matlc. Thf Jouknai. would be greatly in? debted t?^ it* correspondents if thev will mail their news letters so as so reach this office before Wednesday morning. A great many items have to go unpublished or carried over until the following week and be stale read? ing because they tlo not reach this office in time. THURSDAY. JUNE. 2. 1910. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 June 1910

# Ubi 3'ourruu. -* l*ater?c<d at trt Pos? CXf.c? atMarh?rws . H.. Va., as eecooU-class matter. iaPPOlNTMClfTS ON? MaVWUCttS ClACtrtT. June 5th. Centrar. ti A. M. - " Safes* 3:30 P.M. ?* 12th. Hether. il A. M. *? " Central. 4 P. M. " 19th. Satei?, 11 A. M. " " Bethel. 330 P. M. M 26th. Central, 11 A. M. M ** Salem. 3:3j P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON EASJ M,*aJS?l EWS CIRCUIT FOR FKRUARY, MARCH. APRIL AND MAY. St.Paul's 11 A.M istand3dSun. 3 P.M. 2d M 4th ?' Keulah 11 A.M. 2d M 4th M S P.M. ist M 3d M St. Paul's n A. M and Beulah 3 P. N!. on 5th Sun. in May. THURSDAY. JUNE. 2. '.91<>. LOCAL ITEMS. ersonal Mentions Anrand Ma thews and Yin'nitv. Mr Neil Foster, left on Wed? nesday for Norfolk. Mrs C. C. White, is visiting Not folk and Richmond this week. Mr Taylor G.irnett, ot Wash? ington, visited his home last week. Mrs. Thomas B. Lane is visit? ing her son. Rev. Henry Lane in Warsaw. Mrs. Robert Lee Sears and Mrs. Page Nottingham are in Baltimore. Mrs. Albert...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 June 1910

DAVIS STANDS BY HIS STATEMENTS inspectors Told Not to Look for Violations, But to Report Them if They Found Them?Mayor Absent. K 1 < il M O \ 1>. \ \. Special.? ( s-useiiuiuii t . 1'. Parfit I ridav ?norning, in the proem-?? ?il -*?%< raU p?s>plc. rr|xai<'(l the ?talement be ga???? tli?' m???paper r.'iortcr a few days ago in rcicremv t?i lin* 1? or It. I.?*c IVl?Ts, presi? dent of tin- Oosnrtaon OooncU, to the oft????! dint >lr. Peters bad told Itini Ik? tin?) at ?un- time in tomic-d t?> make Mr. l>;i\i?. chair? man oi the \\ ??e-p?diock Investi? ifntioji eommitt? Morcan R. Mil lu. < >un ctinmn mentioned tentative iitcnilx-r. said UMUtj in.il In? hail gone |i? Mr. IVi.i- ..nd asked to be left otv the committee l??r tin? rn?av?<<>ii that lio would In? absent from tbe ? il> I'oi? ??'?mi? i. II. K. Pollard, Jr.. in n stat?? mt-nt ?mad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 June 1910

TELEPOST TELEGRAPH SYSTEN IS FAVORED WASHINGTON. D. C.?Special.? The District Committee of the Sen? ate Saturday favorably reported the bill to admit the Telepost automatic telegraph system to the District of Columbia. Ten of the twelve mem? bers of the committee were present when the bill wa? considered. The company Is required to deposit $10, OOO with the Commissioner of the Dis? trict of Columbia as a guarantee that work on the extension of the system Tito the District will be completed within the time prescribed In the bill. President Sellers, of the Telepost. last night said he was prepared to comply with the stipulation. Today's action of the Senate presages the early Inauguration of the automatic service between Washing? ton. Baltimore. Wilmington, Philadel? phia and New York, and the early ex? tension of the system from Washing? ton, southward through Virginia, to Richmond, Norfolk and other points. A good portion of the Une between New York and Washington Is already complet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 June 1910

sWDNOT SLEEP AT NIGHT saasV Gertrude Sa muer, of Carey. les*?*, llecribt'K lier Painful Experience and Final ICecoMTj. ?Cawsy. Ida?"I began by I Sutnner. of Ibis 1 sjaald sit up or walk. I gprew worse und could not sb p at ndghC so I told my husband 1 v esa. U ther.- wasn't something Jar sue. He s?>nt for sonic Cardul, and X Sanean to take it. l seemed ? sJg*s? away, and now 1 am so much BSSatr than I have been for s?>m?> time. 1 believe if it had not been for Car? dans? 1 would now be 2fO Sick or ailing woman can fail to *Se ssterested in the experience of 1rs, particularly When th?ir stories hop*', as the above should las you. Cardul is a purely vegetable, l harmless, non int?>\i? ating. and etly reliable, tonic rensedy. Over million women have bean ben? g Rs use. ?Cardui will carry you over the rough ease your hard days, and in the comfort and pl??asure of Be mire to ask for Cardui, at the asnas; store, to-day. KOTE.?Tho Cardui Home Tre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 June 1910

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL # - - ? ? > VOL. VIL MATHEWS C H., VA., THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1910 NO. 27. Ha. M. MUMFORD, Pr?s. SANDS SMITH, Vice-Pres. J. P. NOTTINGHAM, CASH. The L. E. MUMFORD BANKING CO. 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 srrery accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Satinara Account?. All Money In Tsnlt Cor ercd By Burgfsr Insurance. Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M All the Delicacies of the ?Season the Market Affords Wa PI*?o You, Tell Other.: If Not. Tall Mo SERVED AT ALL HOURS JORDAN'S LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HOTEL CAFE Cor. Bunk and Hill Streets, NORFOLK. VA. Best REGULAR Meal served 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. jz? OPEN DAY AND NIGHT -?? OLD DOMINION STEAMSHI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 June 1910

DALLAS WRIGHT MAY ESCAPE CHAIR Supreme Court Grants Write of Error to Man Convicted of Killing Stewart Brothers. RICHMOND, VA> -- SPECIAL.--Fantastic and grewsome is the story connected with the case of W. Dallas Wright, of Buckingham county, accused murderer, to whom the Virginia Court of Appeals has just granted a writ of error. Wright is now under sentence of death, but this action of the appellate court gives him a fine basis for hope. It means that the Supreme Court, at least, intends looking carefully into his case before it says whether or not he shall go to the electric chair. Wright's arrest was the sequel of the tragic end of two parsimonious old Confederate veterans. T. C. Stuart and W. J. Stuart, who were thought to have a great deal of cash hived up. These men, who were brothers and bachelors, lived in an isolated section of the county, in a log cabin. On the morning of April 17, 1909. their house was discovered to be in ruins, having been almost completely d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 June 1910

MRS. TENNEY GIVES THE WIFE'S SIDE Btory o? Her Grievances Full of Interest, Though Tinged With Bitterness, Resulting From Alleged Grievances?Calls Husband a Libertine. RICHMOND. V A.?S pecial.? Another chapter was added to the unpleasant story o? the domestic In? felicities of George O. Tenney and his wife, atases L. Monday morning, when Lawyer William 1.. Koyull, represent? ing the Complaining spouse, asked permission <>f the Judge of the Law and Equity Court to tile an um<*nded bill. Originally. Mrs. Tenney went Into the Chane? ry Court with a mer? Quest that her husband be Forced to support her, but the action of her counsel today puts her in a different category. Now nho asks a limited di? vorce, which technically is known as S divorce "a mensa et thoro"?that is. a divorce from bed and board. The nmended bill goes much fur? ther than the one originally filed and accompanies the plea for equity with S big budget o? exhibits In the way of letters, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 June 1910

wi;C joimial. IN^VKto TSVkJkY 1*riV KS?DAY. * *fl.'00 1rVrVe.tr rfe Advance.''??: W. M.*Mi\-T>?f?. KditorandOwner. Obith?i'lci? tfb?l 're^liit'orr??* ?f resr?ect Sc.tn only be inserted Its-paid mutter for N-vhich a charge ol hve cents |>er line is made. CommitHlcUtlons udvoca'tlhg candi ?date? for office ?rill be charged for at 'regular line rktCN for ndesrtiaine;. Keadihg'ti?tice-s 10 tfeiits per line. Contract r?it<?s 'furnished on appli? cation. All transient advertisements will be ?charged for at the rtitc of 50 cts. per Hoch for the first insertion. 25 cts. per ?inch for each subs?quent insertion NWhen nt> change 1* snade. Thr Jooknai. would!be tfre?tty ?n 'debted tu its correspondents if they 'will mail their news letters no ha to 'reach this office before Wednesday ? morninir. A great mimy items have to ?gt> unpublishe?l or carried ??ver until "the following week and be stale read HeSj because they db not reach this ?offi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 June 1910

T?bi 3ournal. Bntered at* tit Post Office at Mathews H.. Va., an secoad-cl.i??. m.itter. APPOINTMKNTS ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. June 5th, Central, n A. M. ** ** Salem. 3:30 P. If. M 12th. Bethel. 11 A. M. ?' ** ?Central. 4 P. M. " 19th. Salem. it A. If. ?" ?* Bethel. 3:30 P. If. M 36th, Central, 11 A. If. H ** Salem. 3:jj P. M. APPOINTMRNTSON EAST MATH EWS CIRCUIT FOR KRRUARY, MARCIL APRIL AND MAY. St.Paul's 11 A.M istand$dSun. 3 P.M. 2d M 4th ?* Beulah 11 A.M. 2d "* 4th M S P.M. ist M $d *' St. Paul's 11 A. M. and Beulah 3 P. M. on 5th Sun. in May. THURSDAY. JUNK. 16. 1910. LOCAL ITEMS. ersonal Mentions Aroujid Mathews and Vicinitv. Mr. W. H. Rowland spent a tew days in Norfolk this week. Dr, A. G. Vaden has recently purchased a hue Maxwell auto? mobile. Mr. John Hughes, of Richmond, is at che home of Mr. Waiter R. Stoakes. Mr. Z. G. Durphy. the State Road Superintendent, is in the county this week. We are sorry to report the sickness of Mr. Rosser Diggs. of Port H ay wood. Mrs. James H....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 June 1910

MANY MEMORIAL WINDOWS PLACED Hoaor to >t?Wrans at Old ltlandford ('barra, Petersburg - Se > eral Stales Ki-pn M-uUl I'KTKRSHIKtl. VA Special.?The memorial windows pla< ??l in Ohl Bland ford Church l>> the E Alabama. Arksnsss, Mississippi. Ten? nessee und South Carolina, in honor of t1 ?>f the States named Wies v?. si In battle during t ??? ? <'ivii War ? ? ?rounds er dis? eases, were uiiNeiled Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock, under the auspices of M??moi in As ialion. the Memorial Chapter, Daughters of the p. HUI Camp "i Confederate Veterana attended In ? body Governor Ansel, ol South Car? olina. h nt to present to i As? sociation the wind "it State, but he lias tel? ?? ? , ? that he was unable to tu present. He wns however, be represented by General Jones and on, both of the Palmetto ?siat?-. The Alabama window wt ?anted by General C. Irvin Walker, and will be unveiled i>>- lira rilarle...

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