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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 July 1910

?O? ? ? i i ? i i i i i ? i ????????????A j ; Editorial Comment ^>>iiii,,i,i?,,,i,,?)i,.i ggm Exact tiesa of Expression. There la nothing Ilk? being exactly correct In the use of words. Ths Washington Herald think? the man who said he could live on twenty-nine cents per day meant "exist" not "live." It la said that Noah Webster, when his wife caught him kissing the cook, and said she was surprised, reproved her for auch use of language: "It ia I," said the great lexicographer, "that am surprised; you are astonished."?Pe? tersburg Index-Appeal. Hi ble in tho Schools. The Illinois Supreme Court has barred the Bible from the public schools of that State. Under a strict construction of the Bill of Rights a State perhaps has no more legal right to enforce the study of the Bible In the schools maintained at the general ex? pense than to place the Talmud or the Koran on the obligatory curriculum. Nevertheless, the decision will give more offense than satisfaction to a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 July 1910

ALL WQB LATB8T PARIS FASH ?aW is HAIR DRESSING. AU Mods sa* Hair on hand or made to fgetav. Oesablags made Into Switches, Ptdfs. etc Satisfaction HTJGHB8. Ml North St., Richmond. Va ejsaejaaaaaaanSaSnanssnfl I i FOR SALE fJBCOND HAND BAOS AND BURLAP ' ?or sale. RICHMOND BAG CO., Vs, arRATBRR-S NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT. VOPTT-PITR YEARS A 8UCCE88? After being made and used In thou? sands of homes as the best remedy ?sr tall aches and pains for forty-five we hsve decided to show our Ion by doubling the sixe of He bottles. Tou will never know much difference there could he fjl Uniment until you hsve tried the ?It ewtginal FRAYSERS NERVE dNB BONE LINIMENT. For Man J. W. FRATSER A CO., 1801 R Main St. Richmond. Vs. REAL ESTATE. Bo Yam Want a Home! By adopting ?en* pian, you will be landlord. $7.50 ?ser month, plus 6% interest on yearly aaalancos, will pay for a $1,000.00 home Is 1*1 years; you are at liberty to pay ?at in fall at any time, thereby stopping farther interest. We will also "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 July 1910

THE" MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VII. MATHEWS C R. VA? THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1910. NO. 33. a L. E. Muinford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER-MATHEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $120,000 r Surplus and Undiuided Profits, $75,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. Solicits the accounts of firms and Individuals and offers to customers ?rory accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Sayings Accosntg. All Money In Vaslt Cot cred By Burglar Insurance. Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 1 2 M All the Delicacies of the Season the Market Affords W. Please You. Tdl Other?: If Not. Tall Ma aataaafl ?Sl>\ SERVED AT ALL HOURS rMF- \ JORDAN'S / ilti?^Ba ? \ LADIES'AND GENTLEMEN'S \ HOTEL CAFE bbBp "^w ? 3B?w ^_gT ? jr^55j?!S ?g--, t' / Cor. Bunk und Hill Streets, 2,J? NORFOLK, VA. f ^11 Vm LX Best REGULAR Meal served in the City. ^^B ^^ir^ Breakfast 25c. Dinnei 25c. Supper 25c. ^^?aag ^k^k^^^ Good clean comfortable beds. Convenient. dcsiral^B refined loc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 July 1910

^^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^?^^?L_gaanaa>ftaBn??^Bk|^fj|i^_ CONFESSING THE SON OF GOD. Matthaw 16:13-28^-July 17. V "Taoa erf the Christ, the Son of the living God." OUR Master, wisely snd with becoming modesty, hesitated to declare his own greatness. He allowed his actions to speak and to tell to his disciples tbst he proceeded and came forth from God, snd that In tho performing of miracles, and particularly In his teachings, be was the linger of God and his month-piece. John the Baptist was sent to be his special fore-runner. It was be that declared that Jesus was "the Lamb of God which tsketh away the sin of the world." It was he that declareth that the Master was so much greater than himself that be was not worthy to stoop down and loose the Master's sandals. But sfter John bad l?orne bim witness, testifying, "This Is be." and bsd declared that be saw tho In ly Spirit descending upon Jesus like a dove, and that this was a sign giren i?im whereby be might know his Messiahsbip, the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 July 1910

WANTS PRISONERS PLACED AT WORK Fee System Blamed for Many Defects la Prison System of the State Capital?Desire Medical In ?tractions. RICHMOND.V A.?S pedal.? Declaring that the inmutes of the city Jail should be put to work, that the fee system la responsible for main? taining so many person? In Idleness, that idleness in Jail is conducive to the spread and teaching of crime, that a farm < n which inebriate? and loafers should be made to earn their living la desired; holding that the city jail and the city almshouse are in excellent condition, that the prison? ers in the Jail should be aggregated, the women being ?ent to the old Jail In Waahington Ward, and the men kept In Richmond, and that there should be some method for determin? ing who are worthy of admission to the city almshouse, a committee?Dr. Moses D. Huge. Mrs. Kate Pleasants Minor and M. J. Straus?yesterday afternoon submitted its report to the State Board of Charities, making strong recommendations for the co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 July 1910

: Journal? ISS' Y TIUKSDAV ?"?- \ ?; ?i . ?: \ :. W. M . M :.. ner. je n only be r for Vhich a chat ita per 1. made. Conmninu.it. oa advocating candi? dates ?or offii be charged lor at regular line rato, i?.?-, advertising. ?Rending notices -1" cents per Une, ??tract ra ? appli ?n. All transient ;h;\?m tiscmeiUs w ill be Charged for at thy. pate o\ ,>o cts. per inch ?or the first insertion. 25 Cta. per inch ?or c;ich subsequent insertion When no change i . ma Tare Journal would be jjreatly in? ert to its correspondents if thev ? will mail their ncv s tetters ? reach this ?>tTiee liefere Wednesday moining. A great matiy items h. f^o unpublished or carried over until the following ?1 be stale nena uig because tliey do no. icach thia office in time. THURSDAY, ." afc 1910, Mr. E. M. Bl AKJ3 lu|9 about completed his work cf placing a fair, just and at the same tipie considerably increased assessment upon the lands and building of the county.' It was understood when ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 July 1910

?bt journal. Ict?re?! at tt ? rNrsS < Kit? II.. V i .nd-class matt?r. tVJ/HINTMKN MATHKWS CIRCUIT. July 3rd. Bethel, 11 A. IT M ** Central,. I*. It. " 10th, Salem, 11 A. M. M " Bethel. ?30l>- M *' 17th, Central, 1 I A. M. " '" Salem. jrJ? P. M, " 24th. Bethel, 11 A. M. *' *' Central, 4 P. M. APPOINTMENTS OH BAST MATH EW8 CIRCUIT FOR JULY. Beulah. 11 A. M. ist, 3rd and 5th Sundays. Beulah, 3 P.M.2nd and ?thSun? St.Pauls, 1 1 A.M.. 3 P. M. ist. 3rd and 5th Sundays. THURSDAY. JIJT-.Y. 28, '??. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mcntioos Around Mtfhtws ?ml iciaitr. Mrs. Clarence Kirwan and son left Mon lay for West Virginia. Miss Emma Wolffe is soendinp some time at Ocean ,;?ew. Mr. Wyatt Wolffe returned on Sat m day from a trip to Norfolk. Ws M. M inter spent some time in Norfolk and Newport News recently. Miss Emma Jacobs of Haiti more, is visiting friends and rela? tives near Hailieford. Mrs. F. \V. Troy and son of Kentucky, are with Mr. ami Mrs. W. E? Fitchett, Mr. and Mrs....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 July 1910

STRIKEBREAKERS ARE RUSHED TO CANADA CUi That They Have $3*0,000 a Maartfc to Support Men Who Are Out?Double Guard ?let ta Protect the Detroit Tunnel. MO!?TaUAI~^*ae?a4nL--T 1 ? ?atrlteearvrsMsa; army reused for Uae PeaanarylTsais Railroad In the taast row day? I* btMnat rsaahed to ?*ananrts for aorr/Kv ua the strike ?Daa in? Grand Trunk. The nrs* ?aVta*-hxnenU nauubertng more than eee. arrived today, und?rr tbe teo?ucrwr?p ot E. R Cau-rtngtou. Canadian sup?ertatexid??*it of the ThfcS dtH?*tive servie?. Tb? mec were heavily guarded. Buffalo Fails to Frei F*eet. BUFFALO, N. Y.?Special.?Buffalo _>aa not yet felt the en?. . v.-?. the ?ranu Trunk atrike. Tbs on?? Grand Trunk train ovi r the Dunnvitle route ar? rived this morning and the regular morn ins. train left on time. The main line trains that are de Uvered to th? Lehigh Valley at Sus pension Bridge were running from one to two hours late. The Grand Trunk at ffttaapenaioo Hridge had reeeived all the trains offered them b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 July 1910

WEEKLY SHORT ST0HY| HIGH TIME. By Constance D'Arcy MacJkay. "Then I suppose it'e no use to ar? gue?" "Not the slightest. When a Millard make8 up her mind it stays made up, and I made up my mind yesterday, Bobbie." "You mean your aunt Isabel made It up for you," Robert Ashton answered, looking at Katherine Millard as abe perched beside him in the bow of the boat. "She did have a good deal to do with it, I'll admit. But, after all, she has lived much longer in this world than 1 have, and has gained more wisdom." "Yes, worldly wisdom."' "Isn't that often another name for common sense? Besides, there are moments when I feel that she knows me better than I know myself. I do love the etceteras of life so, Bobby! Love in a Harlem flat would never do for me. And you h_ -w from tbe first I've never given you the least cause for hope. I've always been perfectly frank with you, haven't I?" "Always." "Then 1 can't see why you should protest so mucht." "Well, for one reason. I hate to see you fl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 July 1910

ANTS S8T PAR?S PASH HAIR D&B88ING. AU I flair ea hand er a?ade te rshaga made Into Switches. ' tfhjeHsars. Pea's, etc SatlsUcUen Sjiissima HTJOHBa Iff North Et?s? 8t. ttlcaUBvostl, Va *W'****fi*ri**" ? ' "*" OR SALE BAOS AND BURLAP ?**>. RICHMOND BAG CO.. ??NMSSSStS, Va. DBt'S NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT. ?CmTYPIVW TEAKS A SUCCESS? Sisar seing made and used in thou ^BaTufs of aesnes as the beet remedy Ska* aH arlws fnd paii;s fer forty-five Us SIS, V( have decided to show our sj|a*jtt*?Ja*ttpn by doubling the size of ?a? 9St bottles. You ?ill never know SsOw much difference there could be "ta' Jtsgneat until you have tried the Saw ?riglnal FRAYSER'S NERVE *ND BONE LINIMENT. For Man J. W. FRAY SER ? CO.. 1801 E. Main St Richmond, Va ?taOTSD? Boarders, $14 month. Good ?swisdij fare. Miss HOPE. Bumpass, REAL ESTATE. ?a Ten Want a Home? By adopting ?rear Jana, you will be landlord. $7.50 ^^^?sjath, phis .'< ; interest on yearly saTasSaieea. will pay for a $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 August 1910

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VII. MATHEWS C. H.. VA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1910] NO. 34L L. E. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER- MA THE WS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $120,000 Surplus and Undiuided Profits, $75,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA, Solicits the accounts of firms and Individ?ala and offers to customers (Srsry accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. AU Money In Vanlt Cot ered By Burglar Insurance. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to I 2 M Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. All the Delicacies of the Season the Market Affords Wa Ple*a? You. Tell Othera: If Not. Tall Ma SERVED AT ALL HOURS JORDAN'S LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HOTEL CAFE Cor. Bunk und Hill Streets, NORFOLK, VA. AMOS P. JORDAN Beat REGULAR Meal served in the City. Breakfast 25c. Dinner 25c. Supper 25c. Good clean comfortable beds. Convenient, desirable, refined location. Quick, polite and attentive service. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT j& OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. Schedule Bet...

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

THINK THEY HAVE GRIPPEN CAUGHT - Prisoners Will Be Rushed Back to London to Be on Hand at the Inquest?Close Watch on Shipboard Has Aroused No Suspicion. MOSTREAl_Special-The foilowtiix ?lispal? li WH.? 11-t.t'iwxl lM-rv today by wirrvlv?? ?roin Uic Montr?? i ripp??n and girl ct?OSSif vtauhed ni 14ht ami day. " Xpparvnily lm\e n?> Mi?pi???>n. ?TiM??m'nic??rs ??till iu ignorant 1?. **< rippeu n?-rvous Bearing port." Kiivl? !la<?k to liOinion. LONDON?Special?Dr. H. H. Crin-? h will be ?Tuatoed track 10 l.un doii t.? ata?ed ?trial for the murder of his a it?-. Belle Blmore. This was aniK'Uiu ? <i lo< >> bjf ths authorities, who are conttdeat of con? viction. Th? y ;?r.- BOW RBOWn l<> havi ->-d new avktonce. Spe? cial requ? sts that the surrender 6f Crlppen and his companion, Ethel ?Piare Le NoVS, be hasten???! have been ?ent to th< (?anadian c.o\ eminent an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 August 1910

WOMEN LEADERS OF STRIKE RIOTS SOUTH 13END, IND., Special.? Following a ?second night of rioting, in which many shots were fired and In whleh the police and railroad de? tectives were openly defied by the Grand Trunk sympathizers, the police searched the city for two women who were leaders of the most demonstra? tive and dangerous mobs that have formed during the present trouble. Many participated in the latest bloody hostilities, standing* alongside the men and throwing; stones or wield? ing a torch to set fire to box cars. It is charged that the women spurred the men on to violence at times when the men were inactive and tired of the game of destruction and assault. Meanwhile word comes from Indian-, spoils that Oovernor Marshall is pre-' pared to use an Iron hand in dealing with the rioters. General William G. McKee. head of the Indiana National Guard, after looking* over the situation today de? clared that four companies of militia held in readiness by order of Gover? nor Marshal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 August 1910

Zhc Journal* AY ??^A ! r is **? '. ? vnce. *?*??*, _ W. M S? i Owner. . *^bt*h>ar?ee ?? ?.' rrcsolutkma of re :: only txi? ,r;..j.-te?l as ?- ??rfv?r ?which ,?. char?y?,-c; five ce-^:<-, per line is made. ' Com*nunU\\t rxatioa** ? date?, for ?Of&Ofe - -.1 be cb? rg?cd fcr at r?rttstaff. Rea?lir.K ? ntrr-.ct I catk't;. All transient ? ?H ae .rg.d for at tfc? rate of SO :ts. per inch for the first Insert .??eh for each aubacqu? whea no rebangC is m TheJc?kna- 'y in Jebted to its cc rrcs; .?ml. uts -i th??v will ruait their reach this ??"draesdaj asorniinc. A km -v to ' gu unpublished or ?tarried over until ?he folloarii t week and be stale read ipff? l>ecausc they do B th.s ylhct* in time. THURSDAY Many o? the school patrons of t *c county are agitating the use of the Glebe fund forPublicSchool purposes. We ar**ialways clad to see any addition to the school fund, but we fear that they are under the wrong impression in this instance. The Boa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 August 1910

?bt Journal. ?ntered at t*v P.*? O . H., va \PPOINTMEN' CIRCU? I . July 3rd. Bethel, 11 A. M. " " Central. 4 P, M ioth, Salem, 11 A. M. *' M Bethel. y.$o P. M. '* i;th. Central, : 1 A : " " Salem, " 24th. Bethel, 11 A. M. " M Central. 4 P APPOINTMENTS ON EAS ?MATH KWS CIRCUIT ?FOI SKPTEMHBR ANDCH rOBER. ist and 3rd Sunday Beulah, 1 i :oo A. M. 2nd anh 4th " Beulah, 3:30 P. M. ISt and ;rd " St. l\i ii?'s ? P M 2nd and 4?1 " St. Pauls 11:00 P. M. SORTI! MATH KWS APF MENTS. ist Sunday, Shiloh 3 2nd. ii A. ' " Asbury | P. M. ?jrd. " " 4P. 4th. *' Shiloh il M Asbury 1 P. 1 THURSDAY. AUG. *. ' LOCAL ITEMS. PtTscml Mcntio iriuilv. Mr. J. Hoy?! Sears visited i ?timor? and Norfolk this and week. Misses Pearl and I are with Mr. and Mrs. \V. Fitchett. The families of ?Messrs. Joseph r.nd Isaac Freeman c?re at ' o Mansion. ' Mr.C.T. NfarstJen visited Mr. and Mrs Ei,W. M den recently. ? Mr. Ro?COe Fox of Middle - is visiting iriends and relative the county this week. Mrs. Emmeline Scars and Matu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 August 1910

SMS PREAChER AND WIFE WERE BUTEN ?RICHMOND. V A.?Special.? A loa? distance telephone measage r?H.**v?4 at this office today from "Walker, of Walkerton. Kins' an4 Quevn county, announce? ??feat Tato ?on. William B. Walker, who. with ?Use Klam. wai charged with ?attacking the Rev. C. J. Kldd, a Meth ?tdUt mtalater, and hto wife, bad been ?ex quitted yesterday In a magistrate s ?court of the cou nur. It waa alleg-ed By the prosecution that Mr. Walker had not only attack ?ed the minister and his wife, but had ???ruck the latter in tke face and ?futorked her down. Immediately after the publication ?of the accusation in this paper, the senior Mr. Walker published a card in which h? emphatically denied the aJlecHtiocvs In their entirety. He said In thl? card that the min? ister on several occasion?- had reflect? ed on the truthfulness of his daugh? ter and had used abusive language ?calculated to arouse tke lady's kins Mr. Walker flatly denied that his eon had struck the ministers wife or ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 August 1910

?t&$ft9?t>*iw Its double strength 99 in two; hs superior 99 quality gives it 9 ? a value double aAaZ? ?a its j)riee. 90 The Reily Taylor Co. ?jig ?d? L Hew Orleans,U.SA WEEKLY SHORT STORY ON THE LONG, WHITE ROAD. m VIRUIMA irLAlR. There had been no one at the atation to meet her, and she had started out, bravely, to walk the two miles that lay between the town and her country home. At first she stepped lightly, uplifted by the freshness of the wind that blew from pale green meadows and brown plowed fields, and reveling in the sweetness of the orchards, pink and white with bloom. But the bag th.it she carried was heavy, and after the first mile her steps lagged. When she reached the little cemetery where the old head? stones tilted towards each other under the cedars, she sat down on a bench by the gateway and took off her hat. "There, 1 know I couldn't make a mistake about that head of hair," said a voice over the fence. Charlotte turned quickly. "Why. Jo ry, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 August 1910

: _! MkV? GOODS._?* 9?MS? *tWmS\ LATK8T PARIS FASH ? HAIR DRESSING All !flair 6a hand or made to made Into Switches, etc. ?Satisfaction SaTTOHES, ?W9 North FOR SALE HAND ?BAGS AND BURLAP1 la miCHMOND BAO CO., sa. ?? ?-*-? NBHVB AND BONE 1AH?MENT. TSARS A SUCCESS? mads and tised in thou af hsanss aa the best remedy I stehse and pains for forty-five ?teclded to show our by doubling the size of j ?Wb IssttSea You sill never know aast h ?difference there could be sa aaaSam?srsit until you have tried the ! sM asrlgtaa] FRAYSERS NERVE Aim BONS LINIMENT. For Man JL W. FRAYSER A CO., 1801 E. Main St. Richmond. Va. t OBNTLEMAN IN KVKRY asstUj to represent promi Tork Incorporated Com laagat, pleasant duties. Ad GKfCKRAL AGENT, Lock Bex ?a.Hr?rfollt Va. ?CAL ESTATE. sa? T?rs Waatt a Heme? By adopting -?ros will be landlord. $7.50 plus ?5% Interest on yearly .-arm pay for a $1,000.00 home *9% j**ssrs; you are at liberty to pav ! jaJraflatttaay time, thereby stopping atla<*feat. We wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 August 1910

? THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VII. MATHEWS C R. VA^ THURSDAY, AUGUST II. 1910 NO. 35. ) L. E. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER- MATHEWS BANK, Inc. )' faid Up Capital f 50,000 MATHEWS C. H? VA. Solicits the sooonnts of firms and Individuals and offers to customers accommodation consistent with good banking lavierest Allows?! On Savings Aceosats. AH Money Is Vaalt Cst ered By Bar*hu* Ins?rante. Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P.M. , Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M All the Delicacies of the Season the Market Affords W. PImm You. TaU Othara: If Not. Tall Mm SERVED AT ALL HOURS JORDAN'S LADIES'AND GENTLEMEN'S HOTEL CAFE Car. Bank and Hill Streets, NORFOLK, VA. ' Beat REGULAR Meal ?erred in the City, Break hurt 23c. Dinner 25c Supper 25c. Good clean comfortable beds. Convenient. deairable. refined location. Quick, polite AAiOS P. JORDAN -?d attentive service. <?? OPEN DAY AND NIGHT jbT OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. Sehe dale Between Norfolk ana Matthews aad Glouceste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 August 1910

"BREECHES LEG" IS POINT AT ISSUE Charles Fountain, Slayer of Bar? ney Bunch, Vainly Tries to Ex? plain Blood Spots on Over ails?Appellate Tribunal Refuses Writ of Error. RICHMOND. VA.?-Special.? i'harlea Fountain's breeche? leg has gone up to the Virginia Court of Ap? peals, but Charl?? himself will go to th?? p??nltenti??ry lor u-n yesrs. The *sra?setasa leg in qu?-*stion was an exhibit accompanying the negro's pe? tition for a rever?*??? of the lower court. l?ut being a ru? re slice of a pair of blue j.'?ni overalls, it faih?d to im preas the appellate tribunal and the iaxtase declined to allow a writ of er? ror This means that Charles is knocked out in the first round end must servi his sentence without further leg al .??1?. And Charit'?, who Is a Louisa dark? ey about twenty years old, (Cits off rnit-hty lucky at that, for with some blunt instrument h?? SOBt his friend. ltarney Hunch, to the oth?-r world ami then swore he ditln't do it. It is said by those who know that there's ...

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