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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 16 June 1910

Real French Drip Cofree can not be made unless the cof fee itself is pre? pared, blended and roasted ac? cording to the famous French method. Use IdJZIANNE COFFEE THCRflLYTaYlOgCO iltwORUAJt^?jL5.A. ROOSEVELT SAILS FOR NEW YORK Strenuous One Now on the High Seas. Walks In New Forest With Earl Grey. SOUTHAMPTON^- Special.? Theodore Rcxieevelt, after a stren? uous tramp through historic New Forest? In which lie Is understood to have given his final message to F?>relgn Secretary Grey, quit Eagiand Friday, ?hilo the whis? tle of every eruft In the Solent screamed its mightiest, bands blared, thousands upon shore and other thousand-: afloat cheered, Theodore R?m>*?evclt started for home after his trip of nuire than a year through Airlca. The party left London this morning for tliis place from wheiuv they sailed on tlie Hamburg-American liner Kaiserin Augusta Victoria for New York city. Arthur Lee, who has been Mr. Roosevelt's host here and who formed a close friendship with the ex-...

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. — 16 June 1910

WANTS _aTAIB GOODS. sJX. THE LATEST PARIS FASH ?OMS la HAIR DRESSING. All sf Hair on hand or made to ir. Oombinga made Into Switches, ipsdours. Puffs, etc. Satisfaction ?teed. HUGHES. 209 North St., Richmond. Va. MMMTMD?SECOND-HAND BAGS and BURLAP; any klud; any quantity; rhere. RICHMOND BAG CO., I Richmond, Va, FRAYSERS NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT. r-nVE YEARS A SUCCESS? After being made and used in thou assds ?of homes as the best remedy for all achtes sad pains for forty-live we have derided to show our Relation by doubling the size of 26c bottles. You <vill never know much difference there could be ta liniment until von have tried the ?Id original FRAY8ER8 NERVE JND BONE LINIMENT. For Man as Beast J. W. FRAY SER ?ft CO., 1S01 E. Main St Richmond, Va. DAISY FLY KILLER f?MSu?*2: raft, ?rewifn t.\l. eoa?rf lilt? all t??io? i niTtll. can?ot Hp o?ct.??1 not Of all ?lamlrri or sent en;?. IAKOLD EOMEM 1?0 TVKalb A.??. .B?o^irn. S.T.. MONEY LOANED M FARM AND CITY PROPERTY "Would you like...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 23 June 1910

-HE MATHEWS JOURNAL 1 VOL. VII. MATHEWS C H. V/V, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1910 NO. 281 t ^? ?Is, ?. MUMFORD, Pros. SANDS SMITH. Vlce-Pres. J. P. NOTTINGHAM. CASH. j^eLL 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 7 accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Money In Tsnlt Cot ered By Burglar Insurance. Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M All the Delicacies of tht Season the Market Affords W. PI?-* You. TeU Othsrs: If No?. Tail M? SEWED 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. Dinnei 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. Schedule Between Norfolk and...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 23 June 1910

HAMILTON TO FLY TO CHICAGO NEXT / Whsn Only Eight Years Old He Almost Scared His Mother to Death by Jumping Off House, Using Parasol?Been Doing Stunts in Air Ever Since. NEW Y OKI?. Social_ Tm MW VOKK. .lune t I.? Cm going to Hy t?? Chicago in the iic.tr future." Charle* K. Hamilton, the Utile red-headed dare<le\il. who yestCV> day performed tha bbosi nnmrka? bk? aviation foot yet aarnninlltlscwl. when Ik- now from Now York to I'hiladelphia and hack, follow ing a time table, has made this Htad ntent when lie appeared from III? rooms at tin? Hotel Astor. Sh\c for a stfTnes-; In hi- joint.? and die burning vkin <>f those who ?Bare tucen BBnBBSed t?? a high wind all day long, lie gars M signs <>r his magiiilicetit feat of -tor? lay. ??I don't fool any strain at ?II," lie said. To fly Over Now York. At th. s. me time th.it he announce?! his Intention of essaying the MO-mlle Now York-? 'hicago flight it was made known that Hamilton will BOOB, make an exhibition Might f?...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 23 June 1910

WEEKLY SHORT STORY ? MRBOW ESCAPE. By Martha C. Sanford. Curt?as Rollins dashed breathlesaly Into the station, just as the man be? hind the megaphone announced: "In? coming 3 o'clock up-State express on track 14." He made his way nervous? ly through the anxious crowd surging toward the gate and took up his posi? tion in the line behind the guard ropes. Then, serene with the consciousness that he was, after all, on time, his mind lapsed into contemplation of the business problem from which he had wrenched himself but 10 minutes be? fore. The passengers, hurrying from the train, made no individual Impression upon him. He stood there as one waiting to be recognized and set in motion. Suddenly he was aware that he was being spoken to. "You don't remember me, I'm afraid. Mr. Rollins." His bewilderment, as he looked at the girl, was quite evident. "I'm afraid I don't," he began stum blingly. "Yes, I do," he retracted, can't recall your name." "Eloise Klmball," the girl informed him. "I'm ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 23 June 1910

s. ne 3oiunaL AJ^frls^U?i*?^VEKY T1UKSDAY ? $1.??VJ..t Year i? Advance. ""?S W. M. Mi Nr?utt. Edit or and Owner. Obituaries and ?r?c?i<olutions of ?e?aoeot tfi h only I** iijiaerSed as paid maHerfor v o? b a ?.-h.? i tfe ?of rive ?cents p?er Hoc is tnulf. Commnnicatiaaas a?eocxtineZ ?candi dates for orlice ?sv?li ?tse cbarg?ed lor at regular line ratas ?for advert???*ng. Reading notioes W or rat s per line. Contract rat?t* <sa?**mi?b?d on appli? cation. All transient a<ta?sr*a<?csne?nts will be charged lor at the case of 50 o?s. per Such for the first i??art?on, 25 cts. per inch for each subt^mjucut in-settion when no change is made. Thk Joukxax would ?toe greatly in? debted to its corrcs?t*a>isiJ?r?at? if they Will mail their new? tetters so ?li? to reach this ofBce bef?.?re We*l??e*vd-y morning;. A great many Heat? have to gx> unpublished or carried over ?until the following week and be stale read? ing because they ilo not reach this , office in time. THURSDAY. J...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 23 June 1910

?bt Journal. Entered at tt?? P?at Omea at Katimw? . H.. Va., as ssasasssaWssassat matter. ?VPPOlNTMENTsi ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. June 5th, Central, n A. M. ?* " Salem. 3:30 P. M. M I2th. Bethel, il A. M. " - Central. 4 P. M. M 19th. Salem, 11 A. M. ?? ** Bethel. 3:30 P. M. *' 26th. Central, 11 A.M. M - Salem. 3-3-? P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON EAST MATH EWS CIRCUIT FOR FERUARY, MARCH. APRIL AND MAY. St.Paul's II A.M.ist and?dSnn, 3 P.M. 2d *4 4th ?' Beulah II A.M. ad M 4th " 3 P.M. ist M 3d M St. Paul's 11 A. M. and Beulah 3 P. M. on 5th Sun. in May. THURSDAY. JUNE. 23. 1910. LOCAL ITEMS. ersonal Mentions Around Maihews and Vicinity, Miss Virginia Billups is in Bal? timore. Mrs. Ashley White visited in Norfolk last week. Hon. Elijah Baker Jr..is spend some time in the connty. Mrs. C. C. White spent some time in Norfolk this. week. Mr. Joe Healy is spending time at his home near Mathews C. H. Mrs. Lessie Thurston, of Bal? timore, is visiting Mrs. Floyd A, Marchant. Oriental Lodge No. 30, will m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 23 June 1910

IILLS HIS WIFE AND THEN HIMSELF litUs Stepson, Fearful of Harm, , Isur Awake Ail Ni*ht With His Clothes on?Fled at Mother's Command and Saved His Life. RICHMOND, ? A.?a pedal.? Actuated by greed. Insanity or Bastri il maybe e> comblaatloo <>f the three, maybe a ooinbination of the three. Allen B. Pmul, mX &:t0 Sun ?flay morning, brutally murdered hi? wife. airs. Lucy Paul, at their home, let North Meadow Street. "1 haven't Unished jet," he said to a anan who ran into the house, and returning to his room, Paul atretched himself upon the be?3. fired a bullet Into hla brain, folded bis I?.?.ids acro?as his breast and died. The revolver, one of S J-calibre, was taken from his Unters, setting aad arrowing cold. Lealie Eubank. the eight-year-old moa of Mrs. Paul by a former mar ristre, escaped, apparently through his another's martyrdom. The crime is one of the moat hor? rifying that ever o<JC*nrred in Rich? mond. All-Night ?O/aaire?. It happened, as said, at 6: SO Sun ?da...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 23 June 1910

CORONER JURY DID NOT PLACE BLAME Although Emergency Brake Was Applied, the Heavy Machine Skidded and Could Not Be Stopped?Andrews Breaks Down. RICHMO N D, V A?S pocia 1.? The jury Iiii|miik?1<?<I by Coroner Tnyl??r brought lu a \?-rdi?-t short? ly after V2 Wt?SMta?ajt In which they state it as their opinion that Mr. Traylor came to his ?!?>;? 11* as a result of the accident. Tin? jury, howc\er. (lo?s not place the blame. The pcrajtaaael of the jury fol lows: I>r. William II. Taylor (coroner). P. J. McCarthy (fore? man). J. A. N initially. \V. A. King, The? m lore S?>ott. s?. W. tiihbons and Hamilton White. The Coroner's Inquest. The jury began its deliberations in the coroner's office in th?? basement of the City Hall at 10 o'clock. Present at the in?|tiest was Mr. An? drews, who appeared to be little more than a physical wreck. Throughout the proceedings ho was In a highly nervous state, an?! several times was obliged to leave the room to give way to his feellns. A n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 23 June 1910

WANTS aaaU? CrOOBfl. ?ft LATEST PARIS FA8H ft? HAIR DRESSING. All eft Hair an hand or made to gs made lato Switches. Puffs, etc. Satisfaction HUGHES. 209 North Richmond. Vg. OND-HAND BAGS and ?any Mud; any quantity; RICHMOND BAG CO- ? Richmond, Va. T?C5CS NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT. r-eTTTB YEARS A SUCCESS? seing made and used in thou ?af homes as the best remedy SB aejvs and pains for forty-five have decided to show our ition by doubling the size of asar ase bottles. You will never know "Smsm stach difference there could be sa Sarment until you have tried the aftg ?asrhriaai FRAYSKRS NERVE lltDBONE LINIMENT. For Man J. W. FRAYSER A CO., 1801 E. Main St. Richmond, Va. 1LVU5Y FLY KILLER SsiaatS? Nca?. tsL passe.?!?;* Lasts all ssasoa. rintv>t .Spi'.l Or trp Ovrr ?? thing. Of all dealers or ?-nc HAROLD SOMER8 150 DcKalb Ava. VBraoUjs. H.T. .6 MONEY? LOANED FARM AND CITY PROPERTY you like a loan on your or city property for pur of lifting: a mortgage whose of interest ?3 higher, to buy...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 30 June 1910

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VIL MATHEWS C. H.. V/V, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1910 NO. 29. t. SX MUlfFORD, Pr?s. BANDS SMITH, Vlce-Pres. J. P. NOTTINGHAM. CASH. The L, E. MUMFORD BANKING CO. Paid Up Capital $120,000 Surplus mud Uudiuided Profits, $75,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. Solicits the accounts of firms and Individ?ala and offers to customers ?isrj accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Money In Vsult Cot ered By Burglar Insurance. Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M All the Delicacies of tbt Season the Market Affords W? Pleaea You. TeU Other?: If Not. Tall 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 *?d attentive service. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT & OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO Schedule Between Norfo...

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. — 30 June 1910

ARREST CHARLTON WHO CONFESSES J?t First He Denied Identity. But Touch a! Third Degree Caused i Him to Admit Quilt??Scot? land Tard Detective* Fur. nished Information. Partes* Charlton will not die for atas crinan. Inder Use Italian laws she cstn be a?nUMK-?l to aolltary ?rsr*oan?r?B>e<iit for life, but there is ?no capital puuMuucot in Italy, ?mon?* In tlie army. a'KTf Y OKK^~ Special_Porter Csassrlton. hintbauid or Mary Sxui Casatle Charlton. Use American ?woman mnrtlejred and thrown into Lake Como, Italy, was ar ?rested at Hoboken, *. J, Thnrsdaj ata tu* landed from the liner IVin ?nena Irene, of the Bremen steauri ?stklp Company, and twetiiy-tive minuto? later he made a full statement omfexsiiig that be liad nanrtlcred Ills wife. Cliarlton completely exonerated the Russian. Ispolatoff. who was au-re*-teil In Italy after the murder was discovered. ll??re is his ?>oii ?aatssloai: "My name is Porter Cluirlton. twenty-one ?cars old. I reside at S04 W?est lifty-iifth ?Street....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 30 June 1910

ROOSEVELT IS HOME AGAIN >EW YORK.? SpwlaL- Theo? dore Ko?evelt ?rame home today. He was given an enthuslatttic re? ception with booming guns ami ?cheers both on land and water, taking part in an Imposing ma? rine display and parado ilirough Use street? of New York. Imme? diately alter landing he pledged himself to put Ids shoulder to the wheel ami help noIvc the prob lema that confront the I'tilted state?. No word was uttered ?as to whether tie would support the Administration or tbe Insurgents In ?Congress. Tho State and na? tional wek-otue to Mr. Roosevelt wagcx(?i??k??l loliltn while he was still on the water. That of tho city was given wlicn the ox-Prosi dent landixl at the Rnttcry alter the marine parade In whli-h he took i?art on the revenue cutter Androscoggln. There was one great cheer as he landed. The formal reception at the Bat? tery was imposing. "With tena of thou? sands cheering, Mayor Gaynor was escorted there by a squad of ninety mounted police, one of whom carrie...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 30 June 1910

journals H*, THURSDAY. *?***"' A fl ;5 ??r Year is MitSHi? ?tal W. M. M . Editor aod Owner. ^'-.'TZm. ? .. -???- . rrrr ?Iruartee cod resolution* of resn-ect ??An only l?e il as paid matter tor which a charge of five cents per lmc Is made. , ?Communications advocating; candi dates for office will be charge?! f?>i at regular line ratc-i for advertising. ' Heading; notice? 10 cents per line, ?ntract rates furnished <>n appli? cation. All transient advertisements will b< charged for at the rate of SO ?Cts ?neb for the tirst Insertion, 25 cts per inch for each subs?cquenl insertion when no change is made. The Jodkval would be greatly In debted to it* correspondents it thev will mail their news letters so as to roach this office before Wednesday morninjr. *A js"rcat many items have to go unpublished or carried over until the following week and be stale read? ing- because they do ?not kreuch this Office in time. THURSDAY. JUNE. ? 1910. Wb are glad to be able to ??jive t ) our ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 30 June 1910

J > \ ? XStii. 3fd'ntnal; ?nter*U aV tht Posa Office St Mathews . H.. Va.? asi ??aeoood-claBB matter. v-< ? ~~=-= APPOINTMENTS ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. ... July 3rd. Bechel, u A. M. M M Central. 4 P.M. '?'? 10th, Salem, 11 A. M. T M Bethel, 3.30 P.M. ? Y 17th. Central, 11 A. M. ?' 4* Salem. 3-3d P. M. V 24th. Bethel. it A. M. " M Central. 4 P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON EA8TMATH AWS CIRCUIT FO.R FER'TARY, lif/CRCia? APRIL, AND MAY. St.Paul's ?i *\.M ist and^dSun* 3 P.M. 2d u 4th ?' Beulah 11 A.M. 2d M 4th M 3 P.M. ist M 3d " SSt. Paul's 11 A. If. and Beulah 3 P. M. on 5th Sun. in May. THURSDAY. J.ITN.E- 30. '.910. V ' ? . i n . = LOCAL ITEMS. crsonal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinity, Miss Ellen Williams, of Susan. is visiting friends in Southampton county. Mr. Eugene Miller, of Norfolk. visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Miller, recently. Do not fail to attend the in? terdenominational Sunday School Rally at the Tabernacle on July 7th. Miss Carrie Palmer, a recently returned missio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 30 June 1910

ROOSEVELT SLIPS ONE OVER ON 'EM Wait for Him at Sta? tion While He Is on Yacht. WBW YORK?Special.?Theodore &<s?oBa>veH stole a march on the n? paper men Monday. and instead of coming along from ? \ y ?<u aa early train with the fanr.lv hound to Theodor?.-. Jr s. wedding, ho stole oft with s. of the Meyer to the latter ? yacht, th? ptiin, an?*?! had a long political eonfer eicc with the Secretary ?in the s??.il to New York down the sound. It had been announced at the Roosevelt home that th?> colonel would accompany the family on the train leaving for New York at 8:45. A crowd of villagers and a scot, more of newspaper men were at the little station when tv family party roiled up without him. A rapid fire of questions linally eli? cited the fact that tho colonel "had put ore orer," as he used to do stonaJly. and before the reporters ?could get to him the Secretary's yacht with lieyer and the colonel cozily ?seated under an awning was seen churning up the waters of the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 30 June 1910

?r " ',. ' .'. i i ?i MANN WANTS FARM METHODS TO BETTER I Goternor Mann Appeals In Behalf of Lulled States Agricultural Hoard. RICHMON D, V A?S pedal.? Governor Mann has addressed to th?- various boards of county supervi? sors thrt>ughout the State a cummu nlcatlon wherein he calla on these bodies to make suitable appropria? tions in ?>r?ier to further th?- demon? stration work ?Ion?- under the dir. ? - tion of th?- 1'nited Agriiultur.il Hoard. In his letter th? axecutlve dir? attention to the following, which was adopted ai th'' recent meeting <>f the United Agricultural Board: "Resolved. That it is the sense of this meeting that the boards of su? pervisors ?)f each of th?' several coun? ties of th?' State he requested to ap? propriate a sum equal to jl'o for each 1,000 of population, to be used in the county in which the appropriation is made, under the direction of the United Agricultural Board, for d onstration work." Governor Mann n? \t r? cites the passage of the a...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 30 June 1910

WANTS sUJBeoop?. LATEST PARIS FASH ia HAIR DRESSING. All ?s# Hair ?on hand or made to figs made lato Switches, Puffs, etc. Satisfaction HUGHE8. 209 North a Richmond. Va illasflslll ?HI-OND-HAND BAGS and any kind; any quantity; RICHMOND BAG CO., Richmond, Va ?S NBRVB AND BONK LINIMENT. r-*rmc years a success? jajhsg made and used in thou ?af Thome? as the best remedy I geh ?sa sad pains for forty-five we hare decided to show our by doubling the size of amar SBc ??ties. You will never know *ssvw nuirh difference there could be lg *assssBB>?a>t until you have tried the east endrinal FRAYSERS NERVE ?ND BONE LINIMENT. For Man J. W. FRAY SER ft CO., 1801 E. Main St. Richmond, Va. -6. MONEY LOANED ?FARM AND CITY PROPERTY you like a loan on your i ?se city property for pur a?t>f lifting a mortgage whoae e? interest la higher, to buy ty and stop rents; to go Baa*ra> amainess, to finish paying for Smmr home? We offer you a plan ettT starrurlng the money at a low ?si interest and a...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 July 1910

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VII. MATHEWS C H.. VA., THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1910 NO. 30. ? 4U K. aaT?MFORD. Pr?s. SANDS SMITH. Vice-Pres. J. P. NOTTINGHAM, CASH. f 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 firma and Individuals and offers to customers accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Sarlngrs Accounts. All Money In Vault Cov ered By Burglar Insurance, lours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M t < All the Delicacies of the Season the Market Affords Ws Plassa You. TeO OtWa: If Not. Tall Ma SEMVED 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. Dinnes 25c. Supper 25c Good clean comfortable beds. Convenient, desirable, rehned location. Quick, polite ?kiOS P. JORDAN ?nd attentive service. j& OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ?& OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. Schedule Bet...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 July 1910

SENATOR JOHN W. DANIEL IS DEAD Virginia's Greatest Statesman Succumbs at Lynch burg Hospital After Long Illness. END CAME QUIETLY. MM 1X9 BBBN ILL FOB SOHB HON TBS AND HIS DEATH WAS NOT UNEXPECTED- ?IS FAH1LT AT BEDSIDE. LYNCHBUBG, VA., Special? At 10:35 Wednesday John War wick Daniel, senior United State? Senator from Virginia, and the snoet beloved man who ever held that place, died here after a long illness from paralysis. Senator Daniel had been iD for several months, but nntil early Wednesday it was thought that he would recover. About noon, how ?Ter, he suffered his third stroke of paralysis, and it was seen that death was but a matter of hours. Death came peacefully at the Jbynchburg Sanatorium, in his home city, with his bedside surrounded with relatives and friends. With Major Daniel during his last mo? me?is were Mrs. Daniel and Daughter, Mrs. Fred Harper; his son, Edward M. Daniel; his son-in-law, Fred Harper; his sister, Mrs. S. W. Halsey, of Tye River; Major Daniel's ne...

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