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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 July 1910

WHITES AND BUCKS ? NOT TO MINGLE Blue Print Created Impression That Two Races Would Mingle at Maneuvers?Adjutant Gen? eral Gets Reassuring Explav * m nation From Washington. * RICHMOND, V A.?S pedal.? It now transpires that there has been a useless Hurry about the Vir? ginia troops being associated with ne ,Kro mllitlumen at the Gettysburg en a>iutipm?-iit. The Old Dominion boys .are to have no such camp mates and their sole L companions at the maneuvers will be * white soldiers from Maryland. The mistaken idea, which for the time causo?! much Irritation and loud \ - protests, arose from a misconception f of a big map sent to the Adjutant General's oftice yesterday atternoon. This map?a blue print at least one yard square?showed the positions to be occupied by the various regiments. It put the Fourth Virginia Regiment >ln Juxtaposition with the Thirteenth Pennsylvania and the First Separate Battalion of the District of Columbia. Then along came a bright young reporter who Jump...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 July 1910

. I - journal? ?CEO EVERY THURSDAY I tl.00 Per Year m Advance.**"**"". Ms M inter. Kilitcr and Owner. I ? --= I >?V?tu:?rie?*t ami resolution? of rest*cct ? n onlv be ?n*erted as paiil matter for ? h a charge of five Batata per line is ? a?le. ommnnicatioos advocating' camli ? s f?>r -.?Hice w'll be charged for at cgular line rates for advertising. Kc.nling BOCbCsM 10 cents per line. Contract rates furnished on appli ?ti?>n. All transient advertisements *?\tl! be barged for at the rate of SO cts. per ?ich for tin* tit.->t ' insertion, 25 cts. per ich for each subsequent insertion ii no change is made. Thk Jouhnai. would be greatly ?n btad to its correspondents if they ill mail their news letters SO as to ? '.ich this Office before Wednesday ioriiinc. A great many items have to Bnpublished or carried over until the following week and be stale read because they do not ?each this Oto In time. THURSDAY. JULY. 7. 1010. Having served the people of ithews for two years, in our ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 July 1910

XEbt Journal. "tntered at tl ? Pom Oftice at Mathewa H.. Va., as, ?second-cl.iss matter. APPOINTMENTS * ! HEWS CIRCUIT. July 3rd, Bethel, ir A. M. " M Centra?. 4P, II. *' 10th, SaleiH, 11 A. M. " M Bethel. 3:30 P. M. 17th. Central. n A. M. ** V Salem. 3:30 P. M. " 24th. Bethel. 11 A. M. M M Cer.trat. 4 P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON EAST MATH ?WS CIRCUIT FOR FERUARY, MARCH, APRIL AND MAY. St.Paul'sii A.M istahd^dSun. 3 P.M. 2x1 " 4th ?? Beulah 11 A.M. 2d M 4th " 3 P.M. ist ,4 3d " St. Paul's 11 A. M. and Beulah 3 P. M. on 5th Sun. in May. THURSDAY.'JULY. 7. 191-0. mm items. eftonM Merit iorifc Around"' M?tilews an? Vicinity. MY Ernest Browne is in the Co Mrs. Giles B. Cook is with re? latives in Maryland. Miss Mary Ellen Green is at fke Normal at the University. Miss Mary Gibson Hunley visited at "Hyco,, last weelr!. Miss Lizzie Shultice is visitihg i<el?tives in Piedmont, Va. MarshallPatersonKsiiof Norfolk. Visited Dr. and Mrs. C. C. White recent lv Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hildens of Richmon...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 July 1910

I LEARNED TO FIGHT IN JAIL ?fas? C-toy? si I OaTf Him Gooa 1 essen?. Wbbj TTbtj Sparrr-al After Being Arr?ta**?. KFNO. NEV.? Special.-? After srroiylng through the dust clouds ral* or?** o? buzzing autos on ?juu: terr omfort ahead. But it was all for Johnson. Th r. after the cham? pion his lash-like lin? as-ture, blew on his hands a tew t and a^k? ?I Johnson for a moment ol ?a?1 ?Hid Johnson, as he capero?) out ad squatted in a chair that W** BO :<>W it brought the 1>?K charn knees under his chin. ? 11 I know,' sas Job 111 tak?* at least five Johnson, She win v. rid-wine famous "gi,\ It looked almost "J ?skl showed mo thi* first bat-?! i-oints I ever learned about i i asked, in a s;Ve?' i ?TV of having just seen k with Jim Jeffi ?i Jail nine years ago, annui hnson, as though that Hit was on?* wee in ; chain of sensations, ould box. Of cours ha\. .1 a lot more since then. I *.????? a raw kid when Choynski kn?> out in three rounds. We wer? ted, and as cellmates box? lly un...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 July 1910

9*99 &Q Its double strength 99 cuts thecofifoe, bill 99 in two? Its superior ?0 quality gives it ? 9 a value double ?# its j>riee. THErhlLYT/aYL??Ca New Orleams,U.SiA. 99 99 HOLD SESSION AT RICHMOND U. VE STOCK AND SANITARY BOARD TO PROVIDE COMPENSA? TION OF OWNERS. RICHMOND, V A?S pedal.? A aession of the State Uve Stock and Sanitary Board was held at Mur? phy's Hotel Wednesday for the pur poae of taking action in regard to compensating stock owners whose cat? tle have been slaughtered as a result of the recent tuberculosis tests. This body is composed of the fol? lowing: J. C. Carrlngton (chairman), H. M. Smith. Jr., P. F. St. Clair, C. G. Kizar. P. B. Barringer, ex-officio C. I. Wade, secretary. The new board owes its existence to an act of Assembly approved March 17, 1910, which provides for the ex? amination and testing of dairy cattle for controlling tuberculosis and ap? propriates money for the expenses thereof. In the act appears the following clause: Under the direct...

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. — 7 July 1910

ANTS HA fat si'O'BaML ?ARIS F ?IM fa HAIR DRESSING. All ftMs ?it Hair on band or made to tifdaii C?-abtngs made Into Switches, sffssmgayJoars, PusTs, etc. ??tistactlon matmmAtt? HI? D9 North ffcfcttf St., Itlctanond, Va FOR SALE OaaWtW HAND BAGS AND BURLAP thar aale. RICHMOND BAG CO., Va. 'S NBRVK AND BONE LINIB?NT. 9Qevn-rvrm xTbars a success? ?Afdhar helag made and used in thou asmds af hemes as the beet remedy flag aH ech?*e ?ad pains for forty-five *s?arsy we have decided to show our ajasaaeclatiea by Jeubling the size of mmvr 16c bottles. Tou will never know Tfearw muck dlffereaoe tbtre could be la "flatmsnt until you.hare tried the ett arigisal FRAYSEIV8 NERVE JlrTO BONE LINIMENT. For Man J. W. FRAYSEE A CO., 1801 E. Mala St Richmond, Va. yon wear false teeth that drop eating, laughing or talking? Is guaranteed to remedy trouble and worry. $1.00 per THE PLATENE CO.. Richmond, Va. ?6- MONEY? LOANED FARM AND CITY PROPERTY aid you like a loan on your er city property for pur aaie...

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. — 14 July 1910

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VII. MATHEWS C. R. VA? THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1910J NO. 31. ?la. B. MUMFORD, Pr?s. ?SANDS 8MITH, Vlce-Prea. J. P. NOTTINGHAM. CASH. \ The L.E. MUMFORD BANKING CO. Paid Up Capital $120,090 Surplus and Undiaided Profits, $75,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. Solicits the accounts of firms and individuals and offen to customers ?very accommodation consistent with good hanking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Honey In Vault Cor ered Ry Burglar Insurance. Hour?: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M All the Delicacies of the Season the Market Affords Wa Pioaae You. Tell Other.: If Not. Tall Ma ^aggs ^^ SERVED AT ALL HOURS ?^(F^X JORDAN'S M B?j**^. % \ LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S ?SET | HOTEL CAFE |^ggil^B / Cor. Bank and Hill Streets, L / NORFOLK. VA. W^W / Be8t REGULAR Meal served in the City. ^^^Sr Breakfast 25c. Dinner 25c. Supper 25c. ^^??^ aSaV??^"^ Good clean comfortable beds. Convenient. desirable, refined location. Quick, polite AMOS P. JORDAN -*<* atten...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 July 1910

HINDER RICHMOND & HENMGO ROAD I*gfwyeT? Claim That Action Is In fluenced by Interests in Conflict With the New Enterprise. *f Law Changed by Last Legislature. RICHMOND, V A?S pecial. opposing property owners on the route of the Marshall Street viaduct naay today succeed in interp??sing what may prove a stumbling block o? serious proportions, and one which might tend to seriously interrupt the worsf now being puahed so zealously by the promoters of the Richmond ?and Henrico Railway, when, at 4 o'clock' this afternoon, A. W. Patter? son, attorney for the complainants, will appear before Judge John H. In gram, in the Law and Equity Court. and ask that the railwn\ he enjoined from further prosecution of the con avtrwction of the ?trueture which is to span Marshall Street until the said property owners are compensated be* forehand for any damage that might accrue to property owned by them on the route of the superstructure. The contemplated proceedings are the outcome of similar nego...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 July 1910

POISON BABY AND THEN HERSELF How York Woman Crate? by Lore of CaJld Caused the Death of Beta. NEW YORK.?Special.?With hor heart filled with lova for her young husband-sweetheart, but her mind wrecked by too great love for her baby girl, two months old. Mrs. Jean nie H. Catlett, twenty-four years old, Thursday afternoon killed the child by making her drink cyanide of potas? sium and then ended her own Ufe by swallowing what was left in'the glass. She left a long letter to her hus? band. In which she told of the dan? gers ahe feared for her babe if the little one should grow to womanhood She prayed to God for strength to end the Uves of both. Discovery of the double tragedy was made by the young husband. George F. Catlett. when he returned horns to the Havemeyer apartment house at 837 West Fourteenth Street, from his work as manager of the chemical laboratory of the Western Electric Company at West and Be thune Streets. Fastened to the door of their bed room with a pearl-head? ed pin ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 July 1910

Journal: ?'?''??'?iMI^-' i ? jS?r?> SVKKY r AY. aw?*a 11.00 Per Yr.?r id AdTance. """"M ? . ? ' ? ???????? \V. M. Isw?t?r. Edit or anil O? .i. , ?--; . - Otiitnarnrw aiwl rewoltitums of re <S??n oniv \tr lns?**Y?til as psiid avitterfot wdllch a charge of five cents pas ItBSJ It ?made. Contrminication?* adfocatinc; eantli daSes for office w;'.l he ?thsfjrrd I regnlar litu* rates for sdssjrttsl fue ad in ir notices 10 < tine. Contract rates furnished on ?appli? cation. ? AIl-transi?vnt ailvert'seiTten's will be ?charged for at th?- rate of ci> eis per Inch for the first Insertion. 25 ct?. per inch for each ??.ibscoivent Insertion when no change is made. Thb Jouknai. would be greatly In debted tc its corfespond?ents if they will mail their new-, leiter? SO reach this ednae ?before Weds mourning. A great many ttssns have t<> go unpublished or ?arrted over until - the following week anil be stale read in^ btecanse they do not icach this OSri?re in time. THURSDAY. JI'LY....

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 July 1910

*?Xbc 3ournal. leered at tt.C Po??? Oflice a<t Mathewa? . a? sectil-class mat Iri'-MNTMKM-s ?>N MATH I ciKcuir. * July 3ril, Bethel u A. MT ?? " Central. II. " ioth, Sa?em. Il A. M. - " Bethel. 3.30 P. M. " i ntraK 11 A. M. " " Salem. ga$b P. M. ?rh. \. \\ A. M. Central, tP. M. *ivtN ?IN 1 MIX TB I TMATII KW8 CTKCUPP' fUm* JVT.Y. Beulab. 11? A?. M1.? ist, 3rd and u%h Sundays. V ?Beulah. 3. P. Vtjtpd and 4thSun. St.Pauls, 1 r A.M.. 3 P. M. ist, 3rd and ?th Sundays. Till* R S DAY. JTJL.Y. 14, MO. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Ma thews au I icinitv. Mr. Robert Kilk pa trick is at home for a lew davs. Miss Anne Smith is is visiting Dr. and Mrs. C. C. White. Mr. Julius Weston is attending Normal School in Newport News. Mr. Charles Richardson ii. vis? iting his family in Norfolk this week. The families of Mr. Barrett and Mr. Parrott, of Norfolk, are at "Woodstock."? MissesKolinc and DolorcsWinn and Mr, Edgar Winn are spend? ing some time in Norfolk. Mr. J. A. Weston is in th...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 July 1910

JEFFRIES WHIPPED BY JACK JOHNSON Metaled Man Today Give? Big Baaaok Full ?Credit for Victory ama ?Dec lar et That He Did Hot Warnt to Fight in First Place. Was Fooled by Friend ?BIO, T?l^&toeiaL JT? ?teffrlee antstu?d ?p turn paaartUaatle by playing the mmrt oi Jatck in thaU thrilling meio aa, -The White aUa'? Hcxp?.** ?fur the pau* tax year* Jack Mob Ma has ?tara? (be gent ?the joke? stors worked on. It worn he, the Jhatte miner, who pot ?p the* ham fight with Jeffrie? la '?Visco six years ?ato. ?loor ?lave*, bow ataey laugbori a? him ; what a lotte lar avavs Im the ere? of tiae figbe afeeaVmy JaaaM* ?I. Jeffrie? wee ?*? good ?an Imitation ?of ?latch Monroe ne I ?have ever seen tn my life. He fought Jack Johnson, or at least ?attempted to tight Jack Johnson, and put up aa miserable a bout as you'd ever care to retad about Jim Jeffries, the "bear man," the "white moun? tain," "the shaggy monster," was a Mw?pap?r tiger. The gong souaded and he was through. His boarlike rush, hi* ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 July 1910

EDITORIAL GOMMENT ON DANIEL'S DEATH (From the Harrlsonburg News.) In the death of John V*7. Daniel, the senior Senator from Virginia, one of the most notable figures in Virginia's political life has been removed. About his name there is gathered the finest notions of a statesmanship that is too rare in any am? or country, and it has served to link Virginia's present with Its resplendent past. There are a thou? sand memories that this sad period ( brings to mind. But. possibly, one of | its brighter and more hopeful aspect? is? the splendid, strong way in which the problem of a successor has been solved. The toga falls to one who has given earnest of the fact that Virginia's po? litical history promises to be as bright to the future as it has been to the past. The matter has been pretty definitely determined: the Hon. Claude A. Swanson is to be Senator Daniel's successor. This is distinctly in ac? cord with the wishes and expectations of the democracy of the Stat??. Mr. Hak. Flood, o...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 July 1910

WANTS sttlB *U* TMB iJWTTMT PARIS FASH r* HAIR DRESSING. All sf Hair ?sa ?man? or made re CsntbtBgs mad? Into Switches, Puffs, etc. Batlsfactian t?ssi. HUGHES, SOf North BL, Richmond. Va FOR SALE D HAND BAGS AND BURLAP ?ale. RICHMOND BAG CO., Va. IrmATSBR-S NEUVE AND BONE "UNIMENT. -FIVE TEARS A SUCCESS? Altar being made and used in thou sssnaw of hssnee as the best remedy ?tsr ?sS ach?ss und pains for forty??ve ?pears, we have decided to show our ?appr?ciation by doubling tbe size of ?Par P6c bottles. You ? ill never know fcsnr muck difference there could be fm Uniment until you have tried the ?PH ?original FRAYSERS NERVE ftrTD BONE LINIMENT. For Man m aVsst. J. W. FRAYSER ft CO-, 1801 E. Main St. Richmond, Va 6 MONEY LOANED WfAfW AND CITY PROPERTY 'WewM yon Ilk? a loan on your tarnt ?r city property for pur S??? ?f lifting? a mortgage whose rate s?f interest is higher, to bay ps*s?p*rty and stop rents; to go Into business, to finish paying for y?nj home? We offer you a plan ?at ??...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 21 July 1910

THE MATHEWS VOL. Vil. MATHEWS C R. VA^ THURSDAY, JULY 21. 1910] NO. 32. L. E. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. > GLOUCESTER. MATHEWS BANK, Inc. > Fmid Up Capital $129,0*9 Surplus and Undiuiitd Pn/Us, $75,999 MATHEWS C. H., VA. BoJ'clts tha accounts of firms and individ?ala and offars to customers accommodation oonaiatant with good banking Interest Allowed On Ssvlngs Acoosnt?. AH Money In Tanlt Cot ?red By Bargiar Insnraaee. Wourt: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M * AD the Delkades of the Season the Market Affords W. PU_ You. T?l Otk?: M Not. T.U Me SERVED AT AU HOURS JORDAN'S UDOS' AND GENTLEMEN'S HOTEL CAFE Cor. Bunk mmi Hill Streits, NORFOLK. VA. A??OS P. JORDAN Best REGULAR Meal served in the City. Breakfast 23c. Dinnet 25c. Supper 25c. Good clean comfortable beds. Convenient, desirable, refined location. Quick, polite and attentive service. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO, 8ehednle Between Norfolk and Mathews and Gloucester ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 21 July 1910

COLONEL JOHN S. MOSBY DISMISSED Old Age Assigned as Reason. But Friends Are Doubtful?Rich? mond Friends Not Much Sur? prised?Friend to Grant and Roosevelt. WASHINGTON D C Special. eel John S. Mo*b> wan dismissed frt?m his position <>l" S|>?Hial \t torney in l>i?|Mrtiiiont of .liis!i?-o because be ?iid not stand in with the |M>s?ejit administration. Soase three ymiN ago CeSoSWl .Mushy wns ?lotaiicd to mveatlgase lead frauds in IBM We*u particularly Nebraska. Hi* rviH>rt Implicated In fraudulent ??.iiuisitioii off Goe ertnut'iit I?net iimmi of great prom? is? in pu Mi?* ami ansassss life. It is u matter of common knowledge that Colonel Mosby never has been as? signed to srorb of snj rharacter by his superiors since h< sol after ths "land thieves." Hs uses th.? ttrm al? ways In soi aklng of them President Roosevell Is und' r to have hackee Coloael Mosby in his efforts t" i>;it prominent nun in jail, but great wads of red taps in ths de? partment clogged hopel...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 21 July 1910

KITCHEN MAN IS BADLY DEFEATED CAROUNA DEMOCRATS NAME AL? IJEN FOR SUPREME BENCH? OVERMAN IS HOPEFUL. CHARLOTTE, N. C. ? Special. ? With harmony as its watchword, the Democratic State Convention, in ses? sion here yesterday, made these nom? inations, all the candidates going in on the first ballot: Chief Justice of the Supreme Court ?Walter Clark, of Kuleigh. Associate Justices?Platt D. Walk? er, of Charlotte, and William R. Al? len, of Goldsboro. Corporation Commissioners?Henrv C. Brown, of Raleigh, and William T. Lee, of Way use ville Superior Court Justice Allen was nominated over James S. Manning, of Durham, the incumbent, who had been appointed by Ciovernor Kitchin to succeed Justice Connor, who re? signed to accept a Federal judgcship. The contest was clos.?, but without bitterness. Manning was Kltchin's campaign manager in the gubernato? rial fight two years a<r,o. and the place en the Supreme bench was to have been his reward. Western cou sore over the defeftt of their gab...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 21 July 1910

-%qc Journal. IS$qajP,KVERY THURSDAY. ?*?**?*. ?.1^00.4Vr Ye*r ta Advance.""?*:? ? ~ - - v W. M. M^Tcm. Editor and Owner. ,~ ?? '.:..g*.i ? obituaries is**a reeolutiona of rest?ect * in only be 'WSSJiled su. paid matter for 'which a charmai tve cents per line is made. Communicate** advocating candi Slates for offioe Sr; 11 be charged for at Tegular line ratea for advertising. Reading notiere 10 cents per line. Contract rates famished on appli? cation. ? All transient adiasrtisernents will be charged for at the rate of 50 cts. per Inch for the first insertion, 25 cts. per loch for each aubeeqUcut insertion t when no change i a made. The Journal would be greatly in? debted tu Ita correspondents if they /will mail their news letters so as to reach this office before Wednesday wiorning. A great many items have to fco unpublished or carrred over until ;*he following week and be stale read .Ing because they do not reach this *Offtca in time, i THURSDAY? JULY* lt. 1910. The* state road app...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 21 July 1910

CIS j * 3rd, Bed L .!, M '* 101. lem, A. M. M " 1? ? ? . " 17th. Cent M. * *? Salem. i ** 24th. Bethel. " ,% Central. 4 a APPOINTMENTS ON EA^TMATH EWS CIRCUIT FOR JULY. Beulah. 11 A. M. ist, 3rd and 5th Sundays. Beulah, 3 P.M.2nd and 4thSun. St.Pauls.irA.M. " " " M 3 P. M. ?st, 3rd and 5th Sundays. THURSDAY. JiJLrY. 21. *-W>. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Ma thews anl icinitv. Mr. Henry Terrie ha3 gome to North Carolina. Mr. Sands Smith Jr., visited Nortolk this week. Miss Carrie Green of Norfolk, is visiting Mrs. L. C. Garuett this week. , Mr. Russell Foster of Norfolk, Is visiting friends and relatives in the county. Mr. Floyd Johnson of Norfolk, is visiting friends and relatives in the county. Misses Edna and Nannie White of Portsmouth, are visiting Dr. and Mrs. C. C, White. Mrs. James P, Banner and children spent a lew days in Nor? folk last week/ Mr. and J. H. Brownley and family of Norfolk, are visiting re. atives in the county Miss Edyth Shawn of Norfolk, is visiti...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 21 July 1910

SERGEANT GIBSON I GOES TO REWARD j Worn? to Front With Richmond Lifht Infantry Blue? When Little More Than a Child. Figured in Many Impor? tant Police Case?. RICHMOND, Y A ?Special.? For th? third time -within the past flew weeks the grim reaper haa taken heavy toll of the Richmond Police Department, when, at 11:15 o'clock Thursday, the hand of death was laid ?pen Detective Sergeant CharK-e A. Gibson, the end occurring In hia home fl?tl Hanover Avenue. Laurt Tuesday morning former Po? lice Captain Elijah P. Hulee pasaed ?war Ht hla Henrlco county home. while only a fortnight or two ago for? mer Detective Sergeant John T. Hall evos we red the final summons. Sergeant Gibeon had t>?en in de? clining health for some months, and, while he had been able to reaume hia ?Suttee lately, hia death was not en? tirely unexpected. His condition be? came critical last Tuesday, since which time his death bad only been a matter of days. Sergeant Gibson was at his poet of duty Independence Day. Se...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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