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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 September 1910

RAILROADS FIGHT RAISE IN TAXES Lawyer Informs Corporation Com? mission That Transportation Companies See Little Promise of Better Things in 1911. RICHMOND, V A?8peclal.? "Gentlemen. I am not a pessimist. 1 do not believe In a business man croaking about business conditions. It would be decidedly an unwise policy, however, for a business man to shut his eyes to conditions. "The railroads of this country to? day are facing a more serious situa? tion than they passed through in the dark times of 1907 and 1908. Fur? thermore. I do not see that they will be in any better condition In 1911." The foregoing remarks were ad? dressed to the State Corporation Com? mission in open session by for? mer State Senator Henry T. Wickham, general counsel for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad. Ths commission convened this morning with Judge Rhea and Com? missioner Wing-field present, Judge Prentis, chairman of the commission, arriving later. The purpose of today's session is to consider the assessment o...

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. — 15 September 1910

I ' c journal. *?*"* * * ? ? ? Vf. M ' oraodOwner. C -n only Ke ?Aiierted a*? ?>.,? I .?i "-"S'lih-h a charge ot Im- ceots ;*<i hue Is mad?. Communiea ting candi? dates rosfulai line rat? ?tu?. i Reading >*i?oti?oea 10 cents per linci Contract rates furnished on appli? ti. All transient adTcrtlacments will be trged for at the I n?:h tor tlu- fiist insertion? 25 cts *h-i inch .' ?r ?-rich subse-qucnt inseitioti when no change is made. Tut: J.ukna: would be greatly in delated I its it?i*respondcnts i: wit] mai l their new reach this office ?before wv.'u rnrtornihg, A great many items ha go unpublished or carr until the following week and be si because they do not teach toi Ot?icc in time. TUCKS DA*- . 15 1910. The Mat! ews J nial ad very remarkable pair of wild male and tem.ili-, -nice $500. Laj evert year. Unquestionably they are worth the money. Souths** dc Sentinal. *Wc had no intention whatet of hurting Brother Ryland's feel? ings when we advertised these re? markable gee...

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. — 15 September 1910

Ubi 3ournal. Entert-?! at tr Po?\ Of the*?* s . H.. Va., a? s?ecoQd-c)a*?> mutter. 1 U't'OlNTMKNTS ?>N MATUKWS CIRCUIT. Sept. 11. 11 A. M. . . . Q ?? oso p. m. . . r..*tiioi f?ll A. M. . . Central *? ? l\ II. . . SaU-ui 25* lt A. M. . . IWtli.-l " H l?. M. . . Ccnti.-l AtM'?lNTMKNTSiiN BABTMATH KW8 CIRCUIT FOR AUGUST. ?****".EPTKMBKK AND OCTOBER. ist and *|rd Sunday B 11 :ox A. M. 2nd anh 4th " 1>< ulah. 3*3<> P? M. ist and 3rd " St. Faul s 3:30 P. II. 2nd and 4th " St. Paul's 11 'OQ P. M. NORTH MATHBW8 APPOINT MKNTS. ist Sunday, Slnloh 3 P. M. 2nd. M II A. M. " Asbury 4 P. M. 3rd. " ?' 4 P* M 41h. " Shiloh h A.M. Asbury 4 P. M. THURSDAY. SHUT. 15, llkO. LOCALS. __ *persopal fVlcptiops Aroupd IVIathewa apd Veci-plty ? Miss Christino Plump has rc II turned? (rom a visit to Capeland. Mr. J M. Puj-h spent several days in Baltimore recently. ?r Dr. T: M, Lumpkinsof Middle Sex visited Mr. and Mrs. 1), S. Soles at,Cobbs C*"eek last week. Mr. Alec Ian.es o( Norfolk visite...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 September 1910

8IRLS SUICIDE STILL A MYSTERY Ha Reason Yet UlM-o-ere?* far Self Des traction of "I ??ung KucH-h Weaaan at KlekaaontL RICHMOND. V A?Special? Perhaps there wu never a deeper ?ar ador??* impenetrable mystery sur rounding ? death than that becloud ina the suicide of Mise? Muriel Keith. who w*a? killed by a car of the Ri?h aaond- Ash land Electric Line early Thtirsday morning, and were it not for the letter she left few would be? lieve that her end was due to suicide. Friends, as well as the authorities. have ??--?arched unremittingly to find sorae reason for her act. but not even a suggestion of a reason has been found. Sven now the theory <?f suicide is ?ot Impli? -itly and unanimously ac ?cepted by those who live along the rood, and th?-re were a number <?f discussions? about the affair on the oars that left Richmond yesterday af ternoon. The a*trl had walked in the direc? tion to meet the car and then turned back toward the Seminary, and had almost reached its gate when she wa...

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. — 15 September 1910

I WEEKLY SHORT STORY j HT LA?Y AND PERKINS. By C. B. Lewig. My lady had reached the age of 60. She ahd become nearsighted and a bit deaf. She was rheumatic, and she had a slight stoop and somewhat of an uncertain gait. But for the vigi? lance of her maid. Perkins, she would have looked every month of her age and passed for the old woman she was. It was Pi rkints who ha?! told her for the last dozen years that 8he looked under 40, and who made each birth? day count one less instead of one more. In her way, and It was a good way, Perkins was a jewel of the first water. My Lady ha?l wealth. When at the age of 40, she had marrie?! again, only to become a widow for the second time within three years, her cash incoin?* had been largely added to. At 50 a third arden suitor appeared, but My Lttady decided to preserve h? r widowhood and retain control of her money. At M she had herself, and she had Perkins. Five years previously, when tin* woman had come to her. she said: "Perkins, I am a fr...

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. — 15 September 1910

WANTS AGENTS M INTFl?. r ?DO?d^ WORK POR LESS THAN *2. week. Write Sick Bene? fit Insurance snd make more. Ad 00%. giving references, SI PT. MU. TUAI. ?O.. 6th ?ft Broad 8t* hmond. Va. ?AIR GOODS. .?U-L. THE LATEST PARIS FASH tON? In HAIR DRESSING. All artY-ds of Hair on band or made to er der. ?Combings made into Switches, Psninadours. Puffs, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed. HUGHES, 209 North rVird 8t., Richmond. Va. WANTED We want a man of ability and good standing In this locality to devote all or part time, to sell The Wright Horse Remedies to the dealers and consum? ers, on a liberal commission basis. Our line has been on the market three years, and are fully guaranteed to be the very best ever offered to the trade. A good chance for a \oung man who is a hustler, or for any one now com? ing in contact with the public. THE WRIGHT HORSE REMEDIES IORP Soutacrn Stock Ysrds, Richmond : : : : Virginia, WANTED? REPRESENTATTVES I N every town In Virginia; a good prop? osition for hustlers...

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. — 22 September 1910

W THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VU, MATHEWS C H.. VA~ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1910 NO. 4!. L. E. Mumford, Pre8., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Preu. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER-MA THEWS BANK, Inc. FaU Up Capital $59,$og MATHEWS C. H., VA. ?fkrilolts the aeeenats of Irai aad individuals aad offers ta custossers awary aaoosainodatioa consistent with good KanTrtw? Interest Allowed On ?Sarlag-s Acceasts. AM Msaey la Y salt Cst ered By Barglar lasaraaee. Hour?: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M C. D. CLINTON CONTRACTOR FOB EQUIPMENT AND REPAIRS IN PLUMBING, WATER 8CPPLY, WINDMILLS, PRESSURE TANKS, PUMP? ING ENGINES, ACETYLENE GAS, GASOLINE GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHTING, BELLS AND TELEPHONES, HEATING, RANGES. SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES. Dixondale, Vs. Dr. M. S. FOSTER Dentist Office Over Sibley Bros*. MATHEWS, C. H? VA? LES IE C. GARNETT Attorney-st-Law. MATHEWS, VA. Will practice in the Courts of the Counties of Mathews, Middlesex and Office Hours: t to 12 and 1 te f. Gloucester. I i _i OLD DOMINIO...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 September 1910

H?SKELL roasts ROOSEYELT^IN SPEECH ?VklAhoBsa ?oTemor Take? Kling st ?sfetttt'tt Method? of Square Deal. ItAWTON. OKI .A.?Special? In a ?p?neeh here Thursday Qovernor Chas. N. Haske? took a fling at the policies of ' oaevelt and intimated that Kom?.velt Intended to climb the height? of glory hitherto undreamed of In the American Democracy?in t, to make himself a regular mon? arch. ijt^^^f speech was delivered at the "Com ? 'ounty Fair, a* an answer of Roosevelt'? charge? against skell derided the square - ?can ideals, as por? ed by Colonel Koosevslt. He 'de '????lership for the ship of state?In the person of Colonel Roose? velt, at least?was needed, and he dis? cussed ?Colonel Ho< r?'lations with th? late Bdward H H arriman. II?. Has Aspirations. The Governor assert ??d there was no ?x ? ? ni ?in for mistaking the signs of times and that the activity of Roosevelt and hi? associates made it clear that R?x?sevelt aspires to again rule the United States. "Colonel Roosevelt's platfor...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 September 1910

leiNVttlH-JAlt CAUSE OF EXPLOSION M-WPOKT ?IW8, VA. - Sai r*al.?Accord 1 Hg t?r awn landing nt Old Point froiu battleship? ihr???? men who met ?death aboard the North Dakota were not killed by an ?mplotslon of oil. as reported, bat were drowned like rats lu a trap when the fire room No. S was flooded to prevent the spread of flames and the explosion of powder magxlne located Just over the fire. It Is ?Mud the bod lew were recovered when the ??otupartment wax pumped out. The board of Inquiry appoint???' by Admiral Schroeder Ixcgan Investigation at 11 o'clock this morning, and the finding?) will be reported to the Navy Dc|?arttiient when com? pleted. WASHINGTON, D. C?Special.? The official investigation Into the fatal accident on board the battleship North Dakota, in which three men were killed outright and ten others Injured, got under way today. It is In the hands of the following officers of the fleet, appointed by Rear Ad? miral Schroeder: Captain C. A. Core. of the Delaware, seni...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 September 1910

3ournal. [>A\ r i.? Ad . .w ??."*?a6*i litor and Owner. tin new nnd rceolutions of re? inserted as paid matter f?.>r a char^T of five cents per line is ?eating candi oflfice will be chartred for at Ine rates for advertising. ices 10 cents i>??r line, ltract rates furnished on appli lent advertisements will be I for at the rate of 50 cts. per the first insertion. 25 cts for each subsequent insertion ?ho change is made. BK Jih'hnu. would be greatly in t? its corres?.*>ii?lcnts it thev ait their news letters so as t?> this office t>efore Wedncsilay linpr. A great many items have t<> unpublished or carrieil over until ?wing week and be stale rcad IhcV do not ?each this in time. THURSDAY. SKI'T. 22 1?'10. y "We have in the office'sevjr._l ars of corn brought ?s by F- Davis The fanners "^ ^r*T(ooe taking rrtore interest ; This. >'<*?_*? than usual in the raisin" *O? Rood corn and we trust thev Will keep il up? ?We are informt-d thai the ?Clerkship of Middlese...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 September 1910

<?m tournai. Entered at tl ews . II. r.er. - ?-?. ? ?- _=_ j IPPOINTMBNTS cimcuiT. Sent. 11. 11 A.M. . . ? Salem " 3.30 P. M. . . Ilethel 18 11 A. M. . . Central ?' o.*> P. M. . . Salcm 25 11 A. M. . . 1-Jethel M s p. M. . . Central APPOINTMENTS on k?st math EWfl CIKCUIT F?)K Arc r st. BBPTBMBBR AND ?u rOBBR. ist ami 3rd Sunday Beulah, ii:?oo A. M. 2fcd anh 4th " Beulah, 3o-> P. It. 1st and 3rd " St. Pauls 3:3<' P. M? 2nd and 4th " St. Pauls 11:00 P. M. ?ORTH IfATHBWa APPOINT liBNTB. ist Sunday, Shitoh 3 P? M. 2nd. 11 A. M. M Asbury 4 P- M. 3rd. " ?* 4 P- M. 4tli. ',' Shitoh 11 A. M. Asbury 4 P. M. TIII'KSDAY. 8BPT. 22, 1910. _ LOCALS. "Personal TVIcptiops Aro,JT?? TVlatriews arid Veclriity Tom Leffler Ppetlt several d.i\s in Norfolk last week. Miss Ueinie To?ld Hud'gins, is Visiting relatives in Richmond. Miss Joyce Smith left Thurs? day for Blackstone Institute. Mr. Wilford Coun I, of Balti? more, is visiting Mr. and Mis. J, B. Bennett. Miss Jennie Hughes returned to R...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 September 1910

WORTH $100,000 ASSESSED $3.(00 a*TK\>lslHI* ? I K\"t. \V?>KTH<>\ S50.000. 1.1 \ I S IN R> OWN I Ml \NV \l *J.?MX>. RICH M O N D, V A? ?Special ? The dasion Tu-esday resumed Its hearing of ? irr?nv-nV- to allow Judge Edgar B. Mont?t rnonwealth's Attoi of Elizabeth City county, t.? conclu?)? tils ?>l>j?.?ttons to tho assessment Of the Newport News und Old Point Hall? way an?! Bto-Otrtc Company on Its holdinirs in th.it county, and of the Old Dominios steamship Company on Its valuation of the steamship I.uray, whieh has Its homo port In Hampton. The electric company voluntarily Increased its assessment 145.000, ?Which was acceptable to Judge Mon taguc. and the clerk to the cotnmis slon was Instruct? ?t t<? return the as? sessment of th<? stp;inn>r I.-.?ray to the Old Dominion ?.'??mpar.y. an?! Inform tht> ???mpany that it would have to reassess the valu?- of the steamer. The steamer lairay. whieh was built several >?ars a?o s| ?>f about f 100.0...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 September 1910

U?GLES. I BY LULU JOHNSON. "Keep still. Jack, I'll take your pi? ture." Ethel Deane pointed he camera St her brother, there was a click and with an "All right" she wound off the film. "I'll send you a post card as soon as it' sdeveloped,'" she added. "I'm sory that I didn't take one of you when you came. You'd make a great 'before and after' picture for the ho? tel advertisements. I declare Agnes won't know you when you gtt back, you've grown so stout and handsome." Her big brother smiled at the com? pliment, and Ethel clicked the camera again. "That will make a good advertise? ment for a dentist," she commented. "1 wish I could smile like that." "You could," insinuated her broth? er, "if you were as happy as I am." "Back to home and Agues," scoffed Ethel. "Here comes your train, Jack. I'm sorry you have to go. This little vacation has done you a world ol good." Deane kissed bis sister good by and swung on to the train, glad to get out of the press of the sta? tion platform and into...

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. — 22 September 1910

WANTS s WANTE?. ?ONT WORK POR LESS THAN ? ttt.IrO per week. Write Sick Bene ftt Insurance and make more. Ad "trees. giving references, SUPT. MU. TUAL INSURANCE CO.. oth A Broad Streets. Richmond. Va. GOODS. ALA. THE LATE13T PA^IS FASH vONl la HAIR DRESSING. All klads of Hair on hand or made to srder. Combings made Into Switches, Fsoasadours, Puffs, etc. ?Satisfaction ssara_teed. HUGHES, 209 North f-lrd St., Richmond, Va WANTED We want a man of ability and good ?standing in -this locality to devote all ?er part time, to sell The Wright Horse Remedies to the dealers and consum? ers, on a liberal commission basis. Our line has been on the market three years, and are fully guaranteed to be the rery best ever offered to the trade. A ?good chance for a young man who Is a hustler, or for any one now com? ing In contact with the public. THE WRIGHT HORSE REMEDIES ? IC_ CORP Southern Stock Yards, Btehmond : : : : Virginia. ?? - WANTED?LOW GROUND TRACTS I of good ash timber. BRINSER & | SO...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 29 September 1910

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL ?????? ' ? ?p . ? ? ? i . ' i ii??> VOL. VII. MATHEWS C. H.. VA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1910 NO. 42. L. E. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER-MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS C H., VA. Solicits the accounts of arms and individuals and offers to customers asoommodatSoa ?consistant with good banking ^ Isterest Allowed On Sarins* Aecossts. AH Mes-ey In Yaalt ?Car ere?! By Burglar lujaras?*. ?Hour?: 9JA. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M C. D. CUNTON CONTRACTOR FOR EQUIPMENT AND REPAIRS 19 PLUMBING, WAPIB SUPPLY, WINDMILLS, PRESSURE TANKS, PUMP? ING ENGINES, ACETYLENE GAS, GASOLINE GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHTING, BELLS AND TELEPHONES, HEATING, RANGES. SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES. Dixondale, Vs. Dr. M. S. FOSTER Dentist. Office Ovsr Blbley Bros*. M1THEW8, C. H., VA. LES IE C GARNETT Atteraey-at-Law. MATHEW8, VA. Will practica in the Courts of the Counties of Mathews, Middlesex snd Office Hours: % to 12 and 1 to I...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 29 September 1910

(ALE and hearty AT THE AGE OF 66 Justice of Km-h mon d Pssses Sixty-si vt h Klrthdu}. Widrij known for His Uoser. \ alchmoad, Va. Special.? Police Justice John Jeter ?'rutch ****a*ld Tuesday passed the sixty-sixth milestone in life's journey. Although nearing the threescore and ten mark, the white-haired gen? tleman, whose kindly and l>? nign ?countenance accompanies this little ne of his life, is as hale and > and as active as he was twen rears ago. Indeed his health is <?>? thau It has been in years. The name of Justice J?>hn is an Illustrious one. an?l une that is known >oin mU?\ t*^BfealBilc to the Pacific, from Rio Grand?, ami it h>i>erbole to say that ll-nigh international. r.it:??n of the laws as m the p ourt, has presided since July ma?l?' him famous. His on sense in dealing with f criminals has made him be quoted, ami his humor many a hearty laugh. to Richmond never feel y have completed tii.ir visit to the . <>urt of Justici? en made. <>...

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. — 29 September 1910

INVESTIGATION IN SECOND DISTRICT Action of Investigating Commit? tee Will Be Largely Determined by Charges to Be Brought by Maynard?Young Insists Case Will Fail Through. >ORKOLh% VA.? Special. ? Tawnedlately apon convening Ute specie I committee of the State Dermoc-raUc Committee, which was called to investigate the ?charges of fraud in Uie recent cougresadonal primary in the Sec? ond District of Virginia, adjourn? ed shortly after 1 o'clock ontil 2 j?fO o'clock Monday afternoon. The ahaefK-e of Attorney N. T. Green. ?counsel for W. A. Young, who has been certified as nominee by the District ?Committee, was the cause of the adjoiirnment. The scope of the Inquiry Is still problematical, depending, it Is gen? erally understood, upon the develop? ments resulting from the charges of irregularities and fraud made by Mr. Maynard, who has called In question specially the returns from the Second Precinct of the Second Ward of Nor? folk, the ?Seventh Ward of Norfolk and at Hall's Corner, ...

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. — 29 September 1910

wh? 3<autnal. IK.IT .'. --J?&J -?-. 'M U^F^4?tQr An-dQ>vner. r >Uu*r>i^^*drf^Bsg^tioqe *f respect only be Isj^sstsd A??, paid matter fvr blch a. cAKapr.s/^rc ?ents.per line is tad?. Comjauaicat^gfj? ft?4vpcating cand?? ate? for <*r)t\pe .j-as^?l. be .?charged for at -??irular: Hoe. r,aj?y;j*or ??Jyerti ?iog. JUi?i.ug. nonces ,JOv^cnt? per 1 ine. Contract : ra^s ^pVM?***! ,P*? appli? cation. All tr*?jiti?tat:^vcTft\sem?j?t* will be .charged.for at thc^alte ..of 50 cts. per jinch for the ,flr?t ?fesertion, 25 cts per inch for each ?VfU^-jm-irnt insertion ^when jno change, i * made. TaK.JouRNst. WiUiild^pc greatly in? debted . te rte. ?fipr r?sp?ndents if they ,will mail, t-Jtic^r ,^e,w? .letters so as to .?reach this ?>&?e before Wednesday V?*^r-Ungy A ijTe?t.?iany items have to ..go un-publishe?' or carried .qver until v<*he following week and be stale read ?^ng because , they ??o pqt ?each this ^?Ofm-ae in time. .THURSDAY. JSBPiT. 29 1910. V***** Times I...

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. — 29 September 1910

?b?. 3ournal. Entered at tt Pos* Office at Mathei . H.. Va., as s?seo?ad-class ntstter. APPOINTMENTS ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. Sept. 11. 11 A. M. . . . Salera " 3.30 P. M. . . Bethel 18 Jl A. M. . . Centrai *? 3.3o P. M. . . Salem 25 11 A. M. Bethel " 8 P. M. . . Central APPOINTMENTSON BASTMATH EWS CIRCUIT FOR AUGUST. SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER. ist and 3*r*a Sunday Beulah. ii:oo A. M. 2nd anh 4th " Beulah, 3:30 P. M. ist and 3rd M St. Paul's 3:30 P. M. 2nd and 4th M St. Pauls 11:00 P. M. NORTH MATHEWS APPOINT? MENTS. ist Sunday, Shitoh 3 P. M. 2nd. " il A. M. " Asbury 4 P- M. 3r?l. M M 4 P. M. 4H1. " Shiloh 11 A.M. M Asbury 4 P. M, THURSDAY. SEPT. 29. '.910. LOCALS. peraopal |*il?p*iiops /Irou-nd ?VlaO-tew* apd Veclptty Miss Marion Emos is teaching ?Mit Clifton JForfee, Va? ?this -lorm. Mrs. R. -A. "White is n-rBitiiag ?mi Norfolk and Portsmoiithithis week Capt. C. T. Banks spent sever? al days at his home near LMggs, last week. "Miss Ruth Foster, oj Baltimore. ?is the ?uest of Mrs. Maud -Mit...

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. — 29 September 1910

?6R0 MURDERER AS NARROW ESCAPE for Action of Virginia Court of Appeals Accused Would Have Met His Death Tuesday?In? volved in Murder of the Stuart Brothers. RICHMOND, V A?S p e c i s 1.? H. 8t?ewart Jones, dark of the Vir? ginia Supreme Court of Appeals, bussed around the State Library building like an excited bumble SSS Saturday, and it was easy to see by his beclouded brow that he was much worried. The thing that caused hl8 discom? fiture was the caae of one Ed. Jones, m Buckingham negro, now under aen tence of death for complicity in the murder of T. C. and W. J. Stuart. brothers. Had everything gon?? off according to program. J??nea-^that is. the Buck Ingham man?would h ive died in the el?eetric chair early next Tuesday morning. But Saturday's mail brought a. communication from the court at Staunton. which announced that the negro had bson allowed a writ of error and supersedeas. Now everything a ?<uld have b?een smooth sailing f?>r Clerk Jones in this matt?'jr- n( .Convic...

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