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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 19 January 1911

When Alec Was Married By John Fleming Wilson Copyright 1910. Alec's train was not dus until mid? night. 1 wanted to wait up for him, but 1 was so sleepy ?t 9 o'clock that I ?couldn't seep my ?ye? open another mlnnte. go 1 went to father'? roll-top desk and scribbled this on a piece ot paper: "Pear Alec, be sur? and atop at my room when you come In. Bob? ble," and fastened It with ? wire hair f?in onto the one light that I left burn ng. Alec Is my next to oldest brother, and really the prop and stay of the family ?Ince father died, for Tom. the oldest of us, is marri?-?! and Uve? out West. We haven't what you'd call a small family, ?ven with mother and father gon?, ?nd Aleo and 1 are the oldeat aon and daughter at home, so I have the Job of managing the others. We're the best working team I ever saw. There are six of ??us in all, though Tom hardly count?, ?nd no mother sine? Ruth was born sixteen years ago, ?nd no father for the laat two years: and now, my goodness, it looked a? if t...

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. — 19 January 1911

Pi \ ?rown'e ?arp" Hew pear to fill We fher to extend to our cuetomer* >n . oor c; rnest and sincere ml ?. for the splendid business we lt??fi ir. 1V10. *t> wish for e.ich an?! rT one, the fullest measure of hap T*ineaa ?nil prosperity that 1911 can orine; forth. > While It is getting late in the season we still have a large stock of rubber boots at leas than wholesale price?. Ho? when we ?ur lea* than wholesale prices Me mean just what We ?ay and ?an prove it. See below a few price??. O Kodyear Glove Duck Boots $4 00 O her brand? from 2. ?10 to S.CO *L*dtea* and children's boots 1.00 tip The rn st horse collar for 3.00 Be*t Patent Floor per bbl. S.So 8 qt. good heavy gait, palls 15c? 2 for 25c. "The be?t ? ork glove for 25c A fairly (rood horte blanket, heavy 75c Burlap ?table blanket? 50c -Burlap ?table blankets lined tot A ?pledid line of atauonary. see m> 3 and 10c tablets. A good soft top mattres? f?*r single. 2 0*1 double 2.So. Tower? Fiah Brand oilskina, suit 2.h"...

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. — 19 January 1911

RlCHHOH^g^iVlfiGlN Y It is the Best in Richmond ! ' ? ? " IS? ? i i ?? ? ii A State Daily and a Go-ad Weekly ASS NECESSARY IN EVERY UOME. THS STATS DAILY IS iThe Richmond Virginian VJSCS\ Mo loo***er s-a ?*-***iMrt*-**t?*at, but --nsaaed from tn? stmrt by ?slned work??-?. It ha? the lar? eat eub-M-ript'un list ?tot ?ecui***-d a-f s daUjr pepee In Vt-r-tinls In the muic 1 <*-*-, ?th at time, end It I? stJr-Md-r declared by iMdln? txro^Ja to b? the best ?ttolly v news-an tie? pusdiehed In Ric-brnond. all, Fair, Clean, Accurate News, ? Independent and Progressive! It atmnde for the *-neterUl. tnt-Mloctual. ?octal and n-oftl rottreaa of Vlr*tnla. It rnlms to publish nothing unfit for th? mmmm Qrels no opium, morphine or liquor ? niririlinmasits THE RICHMOND mmWi etx rlmm par waakfee* ?Mie ymr. /^?i'bcw? Jitaanal BOTH FOR $4.00 Once mwmry week lor on? jeer. f ?On? neper ?can bo ?Mssit to one addreee -Mid the othar to a ?an** fsrsnc ad draw. Send two good prenants for $?.**. ;?3<?&g...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 19 January 1911

HOUSES ID HORSEMEN VRM, HOME ?aO? TROT i \BLtS. Rook.) on the steep hlll Jk Farm the brood things have ? wide Je, which contribute? and muscular do? ing the pure nioun -p a? nature the farm are a The brood mare thirty head, and these matrons are well bred, sound and i^Mlduala MoBt of them ^^H*d? and have either ? trace to great producing i^^Hrsncia. 2:28%, dam of 3, 2:27 ?4, by Expedition, utuala. ?ister to Nut Maid, by ?it's Last, i^^Bfcoaehless ; Direct i^Ht1*?, and Ihc Aristocrat. ?>ce Regent, 2:16 % ; Man ?Ai?'..h:?-.t, 2:1&<4. out of dair. of Arion. 2:07%, by cus, by Creaceus, ! lildegard. by Aller rrell. 8:1 ?**4. by Startle, and t??re witn rec<ir?ls. form part lied L?-o, stallion. hi? age well. He trotted to hi? Walton Farm raced I^eyburu. 2:16>4: Skilfull. and others of the famous Ma big tracks. Mr. who founded the Ills, Va., ?orne twenty ?worked unselfishly as the br??eding and rac South. For year? ?as president of the Vlr ; ?as and Georgia Circuit, declined...

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. — 19 January 1911

wL Real French JW JE Drip Coffee can 1? |j cording to the M c? famous French sgj X method. Use jSL IrtJZIANMT COFFEE JFor igzj?^Njt For-all-TO French ^?jeT^ around O ?Jhe Reily Tayior Co^mSr? f WEttLY SHORT STORY | THB 0>B CONDITION. m ? By Martha Cobb San lord. We can get a morris chair, Nell, fo flve-eighty-nlne," Beth cried enthusi astlcally. "It's the opportunity of i lifetime." "Any bargains in lace waists?" Nel asked irrelevantly. Beth laid down the paper in dis ?s? "You're changing, Nell Stafford," sb said sternly, "and not for the bettet You used to be crazy over fixing u] this little flat. Now all you think o is clothes?and you know we agree? that clothes shouldn't count until w got everything we wanted in the wa of household furnishings." "But there's no end to it, Beth," Nel pleaded. "The flat looks well enougt In fact, it's beginning to look bette than we do. It's time we began to liv up to our surroundings." "I suppose you mean Dick Wheeler, Beth interpreted. "I noti...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 19 January 1911

NTS ?8S THA\ k Beae ? more. Ad PT. Ml*. Cth A Broad LATEST PARIS FASH HAIR DRESSING. AU IR h-sad or *na<t? to ?MM* SMuAk into 8w| Pul**, ?ste, Satiaf-tetion HI-OHB8. Ml ?t-tihffttid. Ts, :OND HAND BAOS, any quantity, ssywhers. r priesa. RICHMOND BAG aond. Va. ?RWRITBR FREE. a rare opportunity to all foT-ae Study Course in id ?fend Typewriting to reeslv? W Remington Typewriter praeti frss. Write for full particulars. references are National Capitol asd Lincoln National Bank sf igten, D. C. Int?r-r-<--tate Leseen Burees, "UjBldg., Washington. D. C. (ANTED OFFICE MANAGER for \ch offi?r-e 4n each county and city to manage our real est?t and jusiness. We furnish all sup ^nd full directions, and forward to'our local offices. Exclusive Big income. THE NATION ME-1M RCHASING ASSN., INC., "?nor-d Virginia. ?B WRITERS RENTED. iths $5. Rent applied on pur We can save you 25 to 50% on lake of typewriter. Write to Ifor particulars. AMERICAN flNG MACH INK CO.. C05 East 5treet, Richmond, Virg...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 26 January 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL 4 X/rki trill MATUP?7Q T U WA TU* ?PQPlAV IAM1TADV 9A lull NIO ?I?*. S. M**anford, Pr?s., J. P. Nott?ngh.fim, V.-Vree, -and Csm??et. GLOUCESTER- MA THEWS\ BANK, Inc. fats! Up Capital $S$JOO MATHEWS C. HU VA?* Aflewes O? la TaaN Cev ?re4 uj 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Satur?mys, 9 /V M. to 12 M C. D. CLINTON coTnAcro* ron bquipmssTT ajtd eipatm nr VmAWMao, water supply, windmills, presstjeb Tuno, rxmr ?II? nUHlS, ACa*TTLlII GAS, G ISO LOT ?AB. ?HtaKTEXC i^kmwrao, billa Ajn> nupHons, nini^ ft, BaiM?ML } j* gPlCTFlCATIO-iS AHT> E8TTE A" Dixene-aJa, Ta. Dr. M. S. FOSTER ?t>v?v WOAoj Brea*. lunncv c h, v?v L?S IEC. GARNETT Attersey-ai-Law. MATHBWB. VA. Will ?raetic? la the Coarta of the Counties of Mathews, Middlesex ana . t?ll snd 1 ta? ?. Oaemesater. OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. ?saitnli Between Verfelfc ana Bataews ??? GUsceiter Ceaatfc?. STEAMER "MORIACsC." *?? Monday. Tseeday, mmmmmmmmmammmmm Wednesday Thursday A A Friday. Saturday. L . Norfolk (O. D. Wharf) . ? 30...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 26 January 1911

; Offer of April 29?, in the Co? operative Prest List ?firing? So Much Joy the April 29th issue of the Co tlve !,ist, I made the following that I would give 500 Catarrh tents absolutely free of charge distributed among the readers of Co-Op? rtive Press IJst. That has been received with so much flsfaction, so many grateful letters pre coc?e to me from It, that my heart I filled with joy. lerefore, I have decided to repeat offer and am mating this an ic-emefc-t. I will -rite away, abtso charge, 2?l) more of my rh treatments that treat 1 have proved to be the it that was over formulated for Ca rh and allied ailments, that treat i?t which has cured thousands of ing ones, after everything else [ ade:-, this is your chance. YOI" have got to do is to take lt*r?*?atment. and see the wonderful Its. Alter its use, you will feel 1er, brighter and tetter In every Your nose will be clear, your breath will gradufUly leave you, ??ontinAl succession of colds, the Is In your nose, that bad taste in ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 26 January 1911

The Way of the World Is BY ZONA GALE, Author of 'Trien dih?p Village, ,1c. Copyright 1910. The N?w Lady's bouse ?ras mark? ed by s row of poplars outside the fence, as If the very road changed Its character when it passed her house. As for Nicholas, when he went by that house n? became another being. Tbla night?th? first time that he had ?v?r entered her gate? she protection of the twilight alone kept him from running away. Once under the poplars he did sot know what way to look. To nom to look straight along? the road was unnat? ural. Te *?em to look oat across the apposite Hel?i? was hypocrisy. To look at hsr house wss u a thin kable. 80, aa he went Is at ths geste and up Co ast?-?r-bordered walk, ho exanj ed the back of hi? h a no-? near, and thea a little further away. As he reached the steps ho was sbeorbedly studying his thumb. From a place of soft light, shed through a pink box shade on the ?able, and of scattered willow chairs end the big l?ar?s of plants, she cam?* toward h...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 26 January 1911

icw *->???r to BU n our customer? ?*-d ?nd ?incere ' busine-.? we sh for each and ?tieasure of hap pfoaperity that l?m can i^^Hlate in the season large stock of rubber ?*?? than w*holeaale prices. e ?ay less than wholesale ? Me mean juat what we say and re tt. t~f.pl?*; below a few prices. ir Glove Dite* Boot? $4 00 xi- from 2.*40to5.0<y ?nd children'? boots 1.00 up beat horee ?collar for 3.00 i^^^Brnt Flour per bbl. 5.50 :?*** heavy galv. pail? 15c,' 2 for 25c. t work glove for 25c i^^^B?*~fcx?d horse blanket, heavy 75c ?ftfb'.e blankets 50c' t/lap ?table blanket? "in??d 75c spledid line of stationary, see my 10c tablet?. A good soff* L*p for ?ingle, 2.O0 double 2.5o. Fish Brand oilskins, suit 2.00 of men'? work and drcs-; ?Soc up. We can ??ell you nearly ?Ing voti want and you will find ilns In many things, -tr-jr pail's;- f& $. sire, made of . t*nubl? seam bottom ?mi _ v enameled, Berlin r?lv^t*~" Other tin and enameled st corresponding prices.. Ill assure vou that ever...

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. — 26 January 1911

laaiMOH^SyiRGiNiAN s----?-_,*?^--r~iB*naic fttoHBmoncAiMNG wmm rtn r|ammfea?-*??hxgTTiAg a^vert-heund madeb?, I It is the Best in Richmond! ? State Daily -and a Good Weekly AU NECESSARY IN EVERY UOMK. THE STATE DAILY IS ?The Richmond Virginian i No t-xn<X?ar an ??-?trimrac, but manned from tbe at art by ' train?**?! workara. It baa the I axgoat autieciipt Ion 1 tat ???-. er ae-cured [by m dally popar Iss Vt-rglnl* In th? earn? lci.?*.th of tl-fno. sod It I? at ready dedi-ired by leading pool' tMwepaper pubUehad Its Rich mood. dedared by leading people Co be tbe beat dally Fall, Fair, Clean, Accurate News, Independent and Progressive I It ?tends for Cls* mitcrUI, tntellecta-sl. eo<*"al and tnoral pro-jraaa of Virginia. Itetlrne to publish nothing unfit for the Home ?Oxcie?no opium, morphine or liquor ndr-artteenient?. THE RICHMOND VIRGINIAN six tlmea per week for one year. BOTU FOR C :i urna ] $4.00 O-Boe <r?-<s-ry week f?DC on? year. One paper ?cs? be eent to ?one addres...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 26 January 1911

M?STATE~| FOHWCOME TAX1 )lma Body Will Ratify th Amend? ment. Special.?It ap tst the North Cat ill ratify, with vi-ry [b the contrary, the .teenth An???n?lm??nt to the [Of the Unite?! StaU-s. The has reported fa unanimous vote, the that effect, and f^ *-<?ly a doabt that the meai* r**s*-fll receive fa-iorat'l?? treatment of the House ?>f Kopr?* ae that, as far as this State th?* in?*ome tax amend to tl- il Constitution is sure ??; n. The Legisla wIII probably dlsp? se <?f the rast ?B a week. istitntional Coiiv?-?iitlon. deal of Interest is man? fethe measure of Kepresenta ^W? looking to the holding of a ^^?fcrstitutional Convention. whi?*h speoi.il order f?>r [?sdrmsday. January 25th. in the (ha committee to which it was ?(?"""?uniK reported it l.ivorably, t? tern'? ??? th? Btubba measure 'prop?*:*! ?i to hold tlie convention ro yearn hence, and on the fate of ils depends that of the Kwart bills i*ers to follow looking to the >f certain amendments to - i tut Ion o? No...

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. — 26 January 1911

?H Good with milk?<]ejtci- I CU ous with pure sweet I [9 tBSfc^S?I Ntwos*.cAws.u**iA."i|^^saffaS j WEEKLY SHORT STORY TRAINING HARRINGTON. By Lula Johnson. Crisp and bracing was the morn ing as Harrington came on deck, ant he drew great drafts of the cold all down into his lungs, assuring himsel that people who took vacations In th? hot months were fools indeed. Ho even felt sorry for poor Fan nie who was left behind'in the city. A few weeks in this bracing air woult do her m<J?-e -,ood than the five-dollar a-vlsit specialist wholooked grave ant shook his head when he stood by th? bedside and declared that she mus have complete rest. It was true that Harrington himsel had wanted to take his vacation ii August, and when Fannie's collapt-i had prevented his leaving then, he ha* stormed and chafed and succeeded ?i making everybody uncomfortable am bloodthirsty to varying degrees, ac cording to their temperaments am fondness for Fannie. Harrington' calm assumption that Fannie had ...

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. — 26 January 1911

TS F.D. LESS THAN Write Sick Desc? end make more. Ad refere?ces. 81*FT VU A^mmW CO.. ?th A Broad k?ond. Va _??OD8. L*AT?t3T PARIS FASH *? HAIR DRESSIM Q. Ami ?JwW ?*? bsnd or mad? te late etc. to? .RECOND HAND BAOS AND any kind any quantity ; writ? RICHMOND BAO COM frond, Virginia, i >veb ob totb boxet ^ftoibbb. ke Corn Salve is -rua ran - eoft or hard corns; out without troubls or to any address for six Write today for a box tly by J. M. BLANKS. ti West Clay Street, Rieh ?fat rmL rare eppartentkr t*e atl I?see Btedy Cearaa la Typewriting te reaelT? Typ?writer ?re?M Mte for fell pertieelar? rstasse are National Capitol Lte?ela National Beak eC B. C. _ Bid?.. Washington. D. C. wi i' .-' T*r?*-f***-?*-?*as???s**?*??**' OFFICE MANAGER for office In each county and city te mensaje our real eetat and We furnish all trap full directions, and forward i,to our local offices. Exclusive Big income. THE NATION IE-PURCHASINO AS8N.. INC., Richmond Vl-j^la. ?ed on pnr *e can ?ate you 25 to 60%...

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. — 2 February 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL ^ - - - - ?i VOL. V1U. MATHEWS G H? VA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1911 ,q. 6. ML S. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham. V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER-MATHE WS BANK, Inc. ?? ? ? .- ... Paid Up Comital $50,000 MATHEWS C, H., VA; ?oUaitO tko iiiisbU mt fl-rmo ama Individuals and offers to ?oosrjr ?iiiosoiiiOaUf oo?*o?stoa-t with morse hmrnkSssm Iata*s?ot Allowed Ou Savtag* icoooals. * ha Mammy la YasH Got ?rod By Borg lar 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M C D. CLINTON '>, COB-fBACTOB BOB BQUIPBBHT ABB hmrkWwM a rG, rlATBB SUFPLT. W IAD ULLA, PRESSURE TAXIS. P?HP IB? BBC0BB8, ACBTTLBITB GAS, 6A80LOIB GAS, SLBfTBlO UGBTOG. BILLS ABB TBLBPHOKBS, HBITHO, BABCBa. ?FBC?FICATI05S ABB BSTEKATB** IHx?adale, Ys. Dr. M S. POSTER Ors? BIMoy Brno*. MATBMVV C M.. TA. Io-aso: 4 to 11 and 1 So 8. Gloucester. L?S IE C GARNETT Attoraey-at-Law, MATHEW8. VA. Will practice in the Court? of the Counties of Mathews, Middlesex and OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. Modal? Botweea Borf...

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. — 2 February 1911

WATEN BECAUSE OF HIS TESTIMONY ?Peyton and Joseph Whalen and ?Jirfbua Oily it Taken in Custody by ShernT, But Are Released. Condition of Mr. i'loncure Is Very Critical. \siu\i. ro\ i> c, SPECIAL Set ii-ii'i bo was Un? i t} m-> ??ur?*. <-i?ti~ ?-??????in et > , tor? ?ay. be Rock*? Hie i-'Oirtli???* ?ts <lur t-i-il ?>f a will case \\lii<-h R. V. L. Mon ?lyii, \?.. one of tin* ,1 lorne) - ol' Ute Stau* -<? badly beaten Icruoon Him physfc ?t? him fear for i If lu* siir\i\---. thp <|<>? will lose the *-i*-l*t of in which bo was kicked duiin ; i!* ilt. Mr. Mtmcui?- I-- lying rrttiiti I) ill al the home <>t Dr. I II. lung, li\v?*>.t. :- Who ax 5 Sheriff Montgomery county, and re? bords. The thr? Whnlrn, deputy ?h- * ?mery iher, ami .' mer of Poto? mac i county. The othei i hai Ifled. "Th;?t t* ed on \ rn out fer the as aault upon Mr. Ifoncure, ibould tt-a Vlett on I per-i' may term i ansli an out? ? ampler, law llie Injured man, last night. '"The a...

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. — 2 February 1911

THE ART OF HATE By JOHN G. NEIHART Copyright 1910. Many tales have been told of noble sacrifice for love, und 1 have known such in my time; but I have In mind an instance in which a man reached a sublime height through the least exalted of human passions?hat??. There are some who argue that love Is born at first sight. However that be. I am certain that It Is often thus with hate. I have seen men In rny time the first sight of whom was an insult to me?sudden, stinging like a slap on the cheek. it is a strange thing, and 1 have never heard it ex? plained satisfactorily. ?Sometimes in my own case I have attributed it to even so slight a thing as a certain turn of the nose, a curve of the Up, a droop of the eye. And again I have felt that It was due to nothing visi? ble about the man. but rather to some subtle emanation from the very soul of him, that maddened me as though I had inhaled the fumes of some devilish drug. Have you ever felt this? . "Well, I am telling you about Zephyr Rec...

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. — 2 February 1911

*t>a*-}**\? "to?*-? ?ear to BU "We t-efc '?o e*it?en?l to our customers Vr? ' ?>- earnest .?;?d siuc<rre thanks. fc-Y'tfc>e splendid business we l?a?' it iota \\*e wish for each ntul i rv (Pf, the im liest n-.c.-tsure of hap ?plneae and p-rowiie-rity that ?11 ein Win* forth. While it is g*e*Hi?>g late in tbc season Ve still have a lar-sre stock of rubber VMxrts at l?*-**is Alan Wholesale pricts. * when W? "feav less than wholesale price? a? meaY? ^nst wnat ?<"-*? say and "??Can prove it. Sr?e below a few prices. f'codyear Glove btrck B $4 tV Other brands fr-dm 2.40 to 5.00 I-adte*?' and chiTdre-h'*" boots l.OOiib The best horse coll r.V for 3.0O Best Patent Flour per bbh 5.5*1 -8 qt. good heavy .galv. pails 15c 2 for 25c. The best work glove for 25c A fairly good horse blanket, heavy t .""<*? -lap stable blanket? 50c h lap stable blankets !i"*r*ed 7?c A sple?lid line of stationary. sec my 5 and 10c tablets. A jr?.x?d soft top in it tress for ain?lc, 2.00 double ...

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. — 2 February 1911

at*B--aMaa-*BB*B*?BBa-i niCHMGfiD^^IR GINIAN ?w?T?v*??i'.?--?-^pTtb? nommo*ati9X? im* ut aarrru-Sc, au^ver the laj? mam h?. 9> It is ?k Best k Richmond! A * ?)-ri?y arA a C*?od Weekly t"!\ A**X ;*1 IN KVI'.RY HOMt. fc*iti?uA '.lAlK DAILY IS L,i$&The R?chmcnd Virginian Lkl No lorvicr sa ?-**r>?**"* trient, but manned from tb? ?ataart by ?S? trrtn??* ?oa*ka*r<-, 11 Iijj fie luni?---t Kub-wrrlprton list tf-/?rr aecurod lift" by a ?Jal?y pj?^ ?r lu Vb- -.Ulla 1.? tb? aama> l?-aa&*tb of tira?. M*a* 'j '*--V i- 1* ?Irvi.l/ de?.'?red by leadlmi pmootm to be tbo bwt ttsMj* ???l**"i** r?"*r?V J-x-r published la Kf-chmond. Full, Fair. Clean. Accurate News, Independent and Progressive! It stand* for tho matt-rial, Intrflortual. nocla? atad ?oral V Pf?>?*-c-u? of Virginia. It alma to publish nothtn* unfit for tbo Ho-r.e Ordo?no ophitn, -??jrphJoe or liquor ?Jiaillaatn?f, THE WCHMOKD VIRGINIAN \ both for six timo* por waul-, for one ymmr. ?bntbcwB 3c?:nal Onct oeery wttl- ...

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. — 2 February 1911

?-J ?aid le gubernatorial "of 190? without the voters, and has Ion tax receipts Lve been exhibited by they went to the *f*ea at 80 Bousch r, and he tftreclares em he is pr^mptod to disclosures ajcVinat his the Tanner's CreV-k "ma things have been ???' Cat -?ay too Ion*-:.'' a that Senator Leaner has i the Republicans and Fu? to defeat down-the-Ilne ?D?ni? ?t the sann- ii'.i ? laimtng to | pporter <>i th?* ?-.(> "ma? h Lhat tU?* IS? Haitin*s right-hand ma?., and that . ?.ni y b I his f:?.ther. who was elected of Norfolk eou i;? on a l*< - in ticket. h:it?>r ia-f-a.-r had a v? ?-; iys at ??n<> i his sffld Be would call a meeting <?f the whis? key people and Ihr???.?, a scare Into ; th??m th?? dancer <>i a local option election, and the m< they uted w ould l ? ?poll t.:\? [or the down-the-llne vot? ers who put Mr. Lisia und h *D. Ijphii r. ll : ^?i- Tuck? for th? gubernatorial nomination Judge William tl. Mann. At that t.in?*. Judge Mann was the t <i...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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