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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 August 1910

MANN TO RESIST THE FARMER CASE Threatened Suit ?oternor an Old Cam. paign Issue?Counsel Volant?? r iSerTle?**?. RICHMOND, YA.? Special-? "The t-sae Is au ol?l one, was an Issue In the campaign of last year, la absolutely wiihout merit or prcttxlcut, and will be left to tlio court?? wifjiout further ?.-oiii iiii-nt by inc." Thst was the manner In which Gov? ernor Mann discussed the anticipated Suit of J. 11. Farmer, of Xottoway. ?against him for alleged breach of con? tract and consequent financial dam? ages, as he claims, resulting from said alleged broach. William L. Koyall, of this city, Is counsel for Farmer. Mr. Koyall call? ed on Governor Mann Saturday morn? ing in connection with the case. When it became known today that the suit was threatened. Speaker Richard E. l'yrd at once called and volunteered his services as counsel for Governor Mann, and within a short time former Speaker William D. Cardwell, of the law firm of Scott. Buchanan ?i Car?lwell, called and of? fered his se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 August 1910

SJbe ^outnaL ?gka*gSS?V^.A ? , -= ^?C*jt*D mWISgtV TIU'KSDAY. A ?A ?90 Pav V.c*r i.? Advance.*?^ W. M.M.-df- torandOwnt**. ? ? i i? ?? ??? i., i.i ? *>H>'?tuar ?**?-, vWid re<*clutians of resne.-t St S (?oly t?e inaert???! .:-. paid matter for h a ohai-j?* ??? But went? per line It ":C. <mn)i>nica>Uons ailvocating caodi e w;Il be charged for at u.t?j*s for aj vert i sing. Kraihiu*; notices ?O.iicrtfs per line, ?tract raJU* iutwushed on rtppli ication. All transient atlv*?j?tiseajei>ts will b?? .charged for at the rate of 50 cts. *.H?r inch for the -first insertion, 25 cts. per inch f???r each .suhst^paent ?usert ion ?when no chacee is made. Thk JotJKNAi. would be greatly iti ?debted to its correspondents if thev will mail their news letters ??.o as to reach this otlice before Wednesday ?morning. A ?reat tn.itty items h.i\c to inpubllshed or carried over until the followini?; woo*, and be stale read iing bec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 August 1910

XEbi 3oumaI. Xm-ered at th? *Po?i OffiM at mAushsme . H.. Va., aai ?r?^MHl--cIaaa m ?*aftaai APPOINTMENTS ON. MATHEWS CIRCUIT. July 3rd, Bethel, u A. M. " Central. 4 P. M. 10th, Salem, 11 A. M. M *' Bethel. 3:30 P.M. M 17th. Central, 11 A. M. '* '* Salem, 3:30 P. M. " 24th. Bethel, 11 A. M. M " Central. 4 P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON EAST MATH* EWS CIRCUIT FOR AUGUST. SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER. ist and 3rd Sunday Beulah, 11:00 A. M. 2nd anh 4th '* Beulah, 3:30 P. M. ist and 3rd " St. Paul's 3:30 P. M. 2nd and 4th " St. Paul's 11:00 P. M. NORTH MATHEWS APPOINT? MENTS. ist Sunday, Shiloh 3 P. M. 2nd. " " 1 i A. M. M Asbury 4 P. If. 3rd. ** " 4 P.M. 4th. M Shiloh 11 A.M. ?* Asbury 4 P. M. THURSDAY. AUG. 4. 1910. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Mathews and uicinit?. Dr. M. S. I ster visited Balti? more this week. When In Norfolk, go to see Forrest, the Furniture man he will sell you some bargains. Dr. Perrv Miles, of Milton, S. C is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miles. Mr. A. D. Hu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 August 1910

STATES RIGHTS THRESHED OUT TlfE SOVERl :\TV <T THE STATE8. An oration madrees to tin? Bur?, (vor* Eighth Retfment whil? th< gathered about the graves ol th? ir fallen cotnra?l??5 battlefcr?>und of Ma?aneas July :\. **Val t'uldishing < \>m pany \. w N ? t u ushington. i iiirmv r??ssed a Ian???? .with Walt? r N'eale about his quasi - h ist <> rica I n??v? 1. "Th?? ?'.trav? el.'' which Hell I ?11 strike our /ancy and ?>n which \m heaped many ad\. nt; a y?>ung aaan of bound!? y and abund? ant spun he ' umc back" :\t vis with an anim?t???] r? .>in<l??r which vigor? ous! > sought to uphold hi;- ? lews as to lik? s the way tn?- chai ?es to tak?- wat? r. And nom w? ha, Mr. Neat? on our hands again?this time in th? < Jtv ?>i ai .mitig th?? ear of Confed? i ?ate veterans and s??? ki' all th? means at his comni.in i. to re amst'itat?? that fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 August 1910

[ WEEKLY SHORT STORY 1 THE SUBSTITUTES. By Constance D'Arcy Mackay. To look at Miss Miranda Eldridge j you would never dream that she was i one of those who keep alight the hid? den fire. She was small and thin and | careworn, and her eyes, except when j she smiled, were full of the tiredness that a dreary procession of days had put there. The other boarders seated around j the lonji, narrow table o? Mrs. Pen-j nington s basement dining room filled in the pauses ht? ween soup and roast with friendly jocularity, in which Miss Eldridge took no part. To be sure, she answered pleasantly enough if any one spoke to her, yet she always lapsed into silence Imme? diately afterward, and as soon as din? ner was over sought the narrow con? fines of her little hall bed room, up four flights of creaking, ill-lit stairs. But as no way is ever really dark to those who have the inner vision, so to Miss Eldridge her skylight room was not the cheerles place it seemed. To others it might look sparse an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 August 1910

WANTS Ml IR COODS. TUB LATEST PARIS FASH sa HAIR DRESSING. All S?* Hair on hand or made to Mugs made into Swltchea. Purffs, ?etc. ?Satisfaction HUOHES, 209 North B Btehmoud, Va FOR SALE HAND BAGS AND BURLAP RICHMOND BAG CO., Va. FBAT8KR*S NEUVE AND BONE LINIMENT. r-?FivB years a success? being made and used In thou ef hom??s as the best remedy all ach?-? and pains for forty-five we have decided to show our m by doubling the size of e bottle?. You ??.ill never know inch difference there could be fas aaaSlment nntil you have tried the safl original FRAYSERS NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT. For Man J. W. FRAYSER A CO.. 1801 E. Main St Richmond^ Va WANTED A lady of experience desires to teach ft a private home. Qualifications? asllih mathematics, Latin, music red ?locution. ASatress "TEACHER," Gilliamsville, Va. r; - ? ?' REAL ESTATE. Be Tea Want a Home ! By adopting you will be landlord. $7.50 ith, plus h% inter??st on yearly rill pay for a $1.000.00 home la IS* years; you are at liberty to pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 August 1910

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL ?SS?<?-?'???7<?aaa?a?a?a?a?a?a^l?aa?.a?l " "" ? ? ? ? . , . , . ?. ,. | . ? ? ? ? I | ? .. ? ! ? ? I ! I ?? ?.? .1 I ? ! ??I ??? I - I ? ? ? ?? ? ?? ' ? - " ? - ? ? I - ? ? ? ??- -? ? .1? I ? ? |l ? , ? . | I ?? I? ? . II ?? ???! ? I ??- ! .? ?? ? H? I ? ?I I ? ? - ? II ? I H ?I. . .- , ? ? ., ? . . ? - ? ? - I, ? I , ?!? ?????? ? .. . ?. , . , ., , ? VOL. VU. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1910 NO. 36. L. E. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and C?asbier. GLOUCESTER-MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. Solicits the aoconnta of firms and Individuals and offers to customers accommodation consistent with good banking Interest i Ho wed Oa Sa Tings Accounts. AD Honey la Vaalt Car eres By Barglar I asurases. Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M ?Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M AU the Delkidss of tkt Season the Market Affords Yon. Tau Otfam: If N<*. T.IJ ?VU SERVED AT AU HOURS JORDAN'S LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 August 1910

AUTO HOLD UP MAN GOMES TO GRIEF ?fasaaet Wise -"topped tar Is Arrested and ?fast Stan?, Trial ?pon ( barge. R I C H M O N D. V A?Special.? J- St Tignor. the Hanover fermer. %rbo bas been ??resting much excite la ent among automobi lists along CStnanherlayne Avenue for the past weeks because of hia activity with revolver every time he passed an ?mobile, has finally succeeded in STtaaiJtlng himself into grave trouble. He la now at home on bail and will Ssave to appear Monday morning be l"S*re Magistrate Puryear, of Henrico ?nnnty. on the charge of holding up an officer of the county with a pistol. It is llirely that several charges of an eyv-an more eerloue nature will be pre Stored against him when the case Is ?called for trial. It ta a case of the biter bit. and Mr. Tignor finds it a very bitter bite. *k"nsterday morning while coming to tSte city with his produce Tignor re Saewed his activities, holding up. it is a*dte>ge-d. several machines. That af ternoou when he start...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 August 1910

AMERICANS LAND TURKEY CONTRACT Secare Right? ?to Bsild $1,900,000 Bail. read and Have Control of Other Valuable Concessions. LONDON.?Special_By securing tlao right to build a $100,000,000 railroad in Turkey, and getting invaluable mining privileges, an American syndicate of financiers taas outwitted the nunvt astute commer? lal Interests or Germany and England, Uie chief ?ontend ?rrs for right? In Turkey, accord? ing to Information secured hero today. Coining soon after America bad for??*d Europe to grant her bankers participation In the Chl neee Railroad loan, the Turkish development is the source of alarm here and In Berlin. Steel ?Corporation In It. Private cables received here Indi? cate that the moving power behind the syndicate is the United States Steel Corporation. With the right of ex? clusively working for twenty years one of the richest mineral districts of Turkey, untold millions are already in the grasp of the Americans, London's financial districts holds. British con? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 August 1910

Journal. ~T??-.-:-; ACT KSI>AY. c."*SA raodOwner. ? ? ?sraasrr-?r-rr \C rcvolnt ion* of re H| As paid lof five cents per hue is ^^^^^^MHbP& advocating; be charged ?or at ^Har I'mc r.i'i , ' ertising. Reading notices K) cuts per line, ntract rates furnished on appli AH transient advertisements will be ?chari?c?? for at t,hc rat.? of 50 cts. tx't inch. twst insertion. 2.5 cts. }>cr for each subse?iucnt inset tion ?when no change is made. Thk JotJKNAt. would be Rrcatly ?n >t?3d to its correspondents if they will mail their news letters so as to h this office before Wednesday morning, A great ?natty items have t?> Ko unpubli?hed or carried over until the following week and l>c stale rcail because thev do not ?each this i*ii time. THURSDAY. AT'.Q. 1;- V *' - ..'jj". ,7"'": Ti "* ??s ? GLEBE FUND EpirOR Joi'RNAi. ?I gather ?r?m an Editorial in the Journal in the iss'ie of August the 4th that "some of the good people in Mat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 August 1910

?be Journal. Entered at tt< Po?i Office at Mathews . bL V;?.. a?i second-clitss matter. appointments <?N MATHKWs CIIJCUIT. Julv 3rd, Bethel, 11 A. M raw " Cintrai, 4 1?. |f, jr " loth. Salent, n A. M. *? " Bethel. 3:^0 I>. M. " 17th. Central. u A. M. Vj " " Salcni. j:jo P. M. |th, Bethel. 11 A. If. ,v *' M Central. 4 P. M. > APIMHN PMKNTSON HASTMATH EWS CIRCUIT FOR ?VUGUST. SKPTEMBEK AND OCTOBBK. ist and 3rd Sunday Beolah, ?i 11:00 A. M. 2nd anh 4th M Beolah, 3:30 P. hi. ist and 3rd " St. Pauls 3:.V> P. M. 2nd and 4th " St. Paul's 11:00 P. M. Til MATHEWS APPOINT MKNTS. ist Sunday, Shiloh 3 P. M. 2nd. *' 11 A. II. M Asbury 4 P. M. 3rd. *" " 4 P. M. 4th. ,% Shiloh 11 A. M. Asbury 4 P. M. * THURSDAY. AUG. 1?. *.<>10. ..LOCALS. ?rsopsl TVleptlops Aroupd TVIatlnewa apd Vectptty Mrs. Dabney Baker has return from Norfolk. Mi^s Indie Pu^h has recently visited her sister. Mrs. M. E, }?> >vis. i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 August 1910

MAYOR GAYNOR IS SHOT BY CRANK tasrrsa Excftesscat sa steamer and I?ler Whoa Shot* Kan a OaV ?oanUed Ma? Fell la Aras? of His Wile, yOKOKKN. >. j. Special.? WHIlam J. (.?> nor. Mayor ??I Now a*?***?, wa.? shot ami seriously ^??b?s>?? Tuesday ah he was aboat So leave foi l.uropc by J. J. GaJ laglMsr, who was ?liscluarged from taie departi?? nt of aVutVs on Juno la?. William E. Kd wards, street ?cleaning commissioner and foS> narr Princeton football star, was also sli??i when he grappled with (?adlagher. FUI ward? probably saved the Mayiir's life .as the secoml SSSSt was flre?! during his strnggh? wiUi diadlaghcr. Unconscious of Ids wound, Kd ward ip.i?t tin* aaaaaaafa terribly, ?breaking his nose and n-.nl.Tinx ttim nearly liiscnsibh-. The ?Itoot Ing occurred ?>n tli?- ?l?-?k ?if the l.iner Kai??r Willielin I>cr <ir??sse. while tin? Mayor'?* wife and ?iiil ?Iren wert* n?*arby and lie was aau'i ouiulcd by New ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 August 1910

I WEEKLY SHORT STORY THEIR A>0>?YMOUS LETTERS. Everybody, including themselves, said It was a love match between Kitty Rayne and Harry Smedley, and that such love, trust and confidence were seldom to be found. It did not all end with the honey? moon, as a certain crusty old bach? elor predicted, but when they had been married a wyhole year the doves were still cooing. Then one evening Mrs. Smedley had a lawn party, and as half a doz. i, people sat together, it was announced that the writer of an anonymous let? ter had succeeded in separating a cer_ tain man and his wife. All expressed their sorrow and indignation, but host and hostess felt called upon to go farther. "The husband who will pay the slightest attention to an anonymous letter should be tabooed from associa? tion with all sensible people," was the observation of the husband. ".No one but a coward writes those letters, and no one but a coward would act upon them." "If I should get a hundred anony? mou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 August 1910

WANTS _aaajrm CrOOBB. ALL TUB LATE8T PARIS FASH? ION! la HAIR DRESSING. AH kind*) of Hair on hand or m*rde to rsr?sr. OomMatjcs made teto Swracaea. *?aaay?saours. Pul?a, etc. BatlsfsKrtlerj sjssvaateed. HUGHES, ?99 North rrsird 9L. Rlchmoad. Va. FOR SALE ?ECOND HAND BAOS AND BURLAP for sala RICHMOND BAO CO., PJclmKAd. Va. TT1 ' ' ...... ? ffKATBER-S NDHVB AND BONE LDNllrDSNT. TT-FTVB TEARS A SUCCBSS? Altar beds? made and used In thou-, saads ef homes sa the heat remedy far all acaea sad palas far forty-five raara, we hare decided to show our, appreciation by doubling the state of sstr soc bottlea You win never know faaw asoch difference there could be ta Halm eat until you have tried the aid erteinal FRAYSERS NKRVB AND BONE LINIMENT. For Man J. W. FRAYSER * CO, 1801 B. Main 8t> Rlchmoad. Vi REAL ESTATE. Do Tea Waat a Heme! By adopting plan, you will be landlord. $7.60 month, plus 6% interest on yearly m, will pay for a 11,000.00 home Km 10ft years; you are at liberty to p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 August 1910

_^^^^^_^^^^__^^^^^^^^^^^^iiiiiiii^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^^^^^^^^?a?a?a?a?a?a?*a?a?a?a?a?a?a?a?a?a?a THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VII. MATHEWS d?R, VA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 25. 1910 NO. 37. L. E. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and C?ashier. GLOUCESTER- MA THE WS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. Solicita the accounts of firms and Individuals and offers to customers arrery accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed Oa Barings Accoants. AU Money la Tsslt Cot ered By Bsrglar Iasaraaee. 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. Ploa*? You. TeO OU: If Not. Tall Ma? ^^^^^^^ SEMVED A T ALL HOURS JORDAN'S LADIES'AND GENTLEMEN'S HOTEL CAFE Car. Baak aad Hill Streets, NORFOLK, VA. Best REGULAR Meal aerved in the Gty. Breakfast 25c. Dinner 25c. Supper 25c. Good clean comfortable beds. ?Convenient. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B desirable, refined location. Quick, polite AMOS F. JORDAN ?"?&am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 August 1910

VIRGINIA PRESENTS STATUE TO FRANCE French Minister to This Coantrv Takes Part in C?r?monie? on Part of Franc???Sp?echo? at Presentation by Mann, Halaey and King. P1RJ.H. s[t?reiBl.?Teh laaert ?rmo <?uloii> and Ubo (?>??ri*>ui bxs- ?? today luruiil oat ?n maxaur in V?ar ?w<Uil??M to wiui????*. ??? ?u ?mil ling of Um? wtatue ol ?t^tt-rge Wa?Uiing ?V?r? jarea**, uxl to IVaiu-c by Vlr BdBdJn. Tta?) ?tara???, wl?J???h b* a bi-on?? > Topj ??r that by J??an Antoine Homliiti. at KJ??Jim<>i??l. Va-, ?-?ands fe?r>t\v<>??n Uic stat am <?r levfay ?elle ami Admiral S?n*ern. com niaR(l?>r of ine FVeat-h ?Jiipa thai SkliicMl Ok? ???lonNts In Uic rv*???lu a?oii. Virginia waM r??prr?-?M?nu?<l ? "by < <?l??ii<?l Jamo? Mann, state ^nat??r Dim l\ Halm?) ami state ?Senator P. W. King, ?luiiprKing a? ?*|M??iiaJ o&amp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 August 1910

REPUBLICANS TO SUPPORT PARSONS Then Another Contest Will Be Made on Ground of Illegrality of Eedistricting Measure. Same as Fight of Two Years Ago. R I C H M O N D, V A?Special.? Republicans of the county of Floyd, which 1?. by l?gislative enactment, in the Sixth District, will vote for John1 M. Parsons in the Fifth District. Thev will do what tiny did two years erasing from the ballots th?> word "Sixth"' District, the name of the can? didate for Congress therein, anil write Fifth District and the name of John M. Parsons. In that way thev hope to nullify the action of the General Assembly and to increase the for parsons ovar Banadera, Four years uko the Legislature re districted the State and placed Floyd county, which was in the Fifth Dis? trict, in the Sixth District. That coun? ty is overwhelmingly Republican, and the gerrymander is not different from that which obtain? in other Si The Republicana, however, went t?> the ballot boxes and voted for Parsons ove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 August 1910

&be journal. DAY I * ? Aih.u W I ?hitionn Qi cm ?nth ,'.???' .?v paid matter for Swiji. uts ?>??? line is mad Communie andi s for oaq i il to >. u v i d for at (regular line aJvcrtining. Reading i, per line. Contract rat lied on appli? cation. ? All transient ?? tents ??".' Chargcil for a* the rate ot id cts. ?,?? : inch for the I n, 25 cts per inch for each subsequent Insertion when no change is made. ? ? ? Tin JorKN.v would be greatly jo it?ed *.? its correspondents if thev i will mail their news letters ?o a-. t<> reach this office tefore Wednesday morning. A great many items have to go unpublished or earneil over until the following week ami be ??tale read? .in?4 because they ?lo no'- rvach this office in time. TIU'KSPAY. AUG. - Tin?: farmers Institute to DC held at M a the ws C. H. on ?Satnr . day August 20 at 11 a. m. should be largly attended by the fanners of the county. On that occasion gentlemen who have made a study ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 August 1910

?bi 3ournal. Entered at ti.? P?>?n Oftce at Mathews H.. Va., a- secood-clAS? matter. ?.f POINTMENTS ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. Au*. 21. Salem . . . 11 A. M. ?? M Bethel . . 3:30 P. M. ** 28, Central . ? 11 A. M. .^ ?? " laUm . . 3:30 P. M. > - appointments on east math ews cikcuit kok august. September and October. ist and 3rd Sunday Beulah, i l'.oo A. M, 2nd anh 4th " Beulah, 3:3o P. M, ist and 3rd "* St. Pauls 3:30 P. M. 2nd and 4th M St. Paul's 11:00 P. M. north matiikws appoint? ments. ist Sunday, Shiloh 3 P- M, 2nd. M 11 A. M. " Asbury 4 P- M. 3rd. M " 4P- M. 4th. " Shiloh 11 A. M. " Asbury 4 P- M. THURSDAY. AUG. 25. \9\0. LOCALS. personal "pJlepttops ATO*-''0?*, l jviatnews apd Veclptty Mr. E. C. Percifull spent some days in the County this week. Mr. Ben Smith is the guest of Dr. aud Mrs. C. C. White, R. Fuller Fleet and family o? Balto. are visiting relatives in ihe ?puntv. Mrs. Eliza Anderson of Barton Heights near Richmond is visiting lier sisterMrs. Mary Dav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 August 1910

BAREFOOT BURGLOR FINALLY CAUGHT Chief o? Seaside City Baffled and Offered Private Reward for His Capture?Caught in an Upstairs Room. RH'IIMON I). V A -8 p ?? la 1 ? ??p.- vtiiiK with the Identical nn-ih t>ds used by the fan ?t burglar of Newport N : .? answering the by th??s?- who have . ji..rt New? > elebrity at \\??rk. ?ras i iptured on Saturday I in th?> hom? ol .V.'X Kudlin at I? Str When captured th? IMgrO was in an M-- r-M.in <?f the h?>use; BS Bad rennHcl his shoes, leaving th?m OB the porch downstairs and tbs rooms had been thoroughly raasa? :<? >i. Th? first srordi apoken bj liter ; re w ere addi r B. I li. v. im tin' cap tur?-, and t for a i ? When Mr. Kinllin. whOO? raatd? is above the store that h? eondacts at th?> ai...\. Dusabar, i Upstairs to * a about ' o'clock Saturday Bight, he thoukht heV henni a is- bova an?l ?j?h?>n?,d to Police stat Beer Werner i vas dispatched t....

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