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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 February 1911

[^WEEKLY SHORT STORY ? STANDING THE TEST. By W. F. Bryan. Excitement was at white L -at in the convention town. The ring was in the last ditch, fighting gamely. Robert Woodham, who had grown gray in the service of his party (as he had under? stood that service), shook his head as he went over the columns of figures in the inner office at the temporary headquarters. Try as he would he could not figure a victory. The two-thirds rule prevail? ed and ho could count baiely a ma? jority for the ring candidate. Th'i nomination of Dudley l\,r ; ernor meant the triumph of ih'. reform faction ai.il the utter disruption of tho Btntc machine, for Foster stcod pledged to investigate to tho fullest the ? charges brought against the ring. On the other hand, Graham Bailey WM ! to forget tii ? sane promises lu* had a 'pai? ent'- * n were eager to un< the | party, : ur 1'cster alono " Tii .1 nui affect Woodham dl He had always kept himself cl?. the crooked work In tlie. party. <...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 February 1911

WANTS AOEN'TS ?ANTED. WORK FOR LESS THAN LM per week. Write Sick Bene* Insurance and make m >re. Ad Kivlng referenc-*s, 8LPT. MU. DAL INSURANCE CO.. 6th * Broad Richmond. Va MAIM frOOinv. THB LATEST PARIS FASH la HAIR DRESSING. All ot Hair mi hand or made to Oombing-* made Into 8w1tchee. 1rs, P-iffs. etc. Satisfaction atsed. HUGHES. 209 North fUm St. Richmond. Va. LOAN MONEY AT 6% SIMPLE tatereet to buy and build property, ?ar lift mortgages. For each $1,000 "borrowed you pay $7.50 per month, together with 5% interest on yearly balances; this amount will pay for your borne lu 10 1-2 years. You can pay in full at any time, thereby ?topping further interest. Write or call on STANDARD HOME COM? PANY, J. NV. Ponder, State Agent, 34-36 Chamber of Commerce. Rlch mond,_ya._Phone, Monroe 680._19 r YOU WANT TO BUY A FARM, OR ?country borne, will give you long ?me at 5% interest only. Write M. DAVIDSON, 54 Chamber of Com? merce Bldg., Richmond, Va?_29 KOSE COMB REDS. THE KIND tfcat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 9 February 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VIH. MATHEWS C H.? VA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1911 NO. 7. L. E. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER- MATHEWS \ BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS C. H., Vj-V, ?Solicits the accounts of firms and mdlrlduala and offers to customers i ermry accommoda?tlou consistent with good ?^ankina Istsrest Allowed On Sartngs Accounts. **? Monoy In YanH Or ered By Barglar Insnrsnoe, Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. *o 12 M C. D. CLINTON ) COITTRACTOB FOB EQUIPMENT AMD BMP A IBS TOT ?TMJMBTJfCk, WATEB SUPPLY, WINDMILL^ PRESSURE TA1Q?, P?MP 1M0 ENCUJES, ACETYLENE GAS, GA80LDU ?AS, BLBCTB1C LIGHTTJG, BBLLS AND TELEPHONES, BEATING, ? I atlas? SPECIFICATIONS AMD ESTIMATES. Dixondalo, Y a. ' Dr. M. S. FOSTER Diuatst OtWe O-rer Sttdsy Bros*. MA*ITtH*rv C. H., VA. Office Hows: < to 11 and 1 to 6. Gloucester LJES IE C. GARNETT A ttomey-st-La w. MATHaTWS, Y A. Will practice in tho Courts of the f> un ties of Math...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 9 February 1911

WO HIS MONEY UNDER THE FLOOR LITRAY VA, (Special)?Jsjnes P. 8ny?i,r. who was Juried in this coun? ty Monday, is reported to have left large auma of money, which he had ?carefully guarded since the memor? able California gold fever Is* 1849. Then a young man about twenty years of age. Snyder. with several Virginia companions, started In search of the yellow metal which was then report? ed ?to be in large quantities beyond the Rocky Mountains. For a time his lot was one of hard? ships and privation, though he kept up an ?earnest quest for the gold. Fi? nally there waa a turn of affairs, and Snyder was won rated as one of the lucky Virginia forty-ni?era He. how? ever, continued to stay In California for sometime, all the ?"time adding to his wealth. Returning to Virginia. Snyder found that the division of his father's estate la this county bad allotted him what was ?then a amall farm and of little value, not far from the base of the Blue Ridge?. By his Indomitable will and energy he so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 9 February 1911

One of the latest photograpns of Miss ijorothy Harriett ( am il la Arnold. ?he pretty New York heiress, whose disappearance remains a profound mys? tery, and, for whom a world-wide search is being made. She left her home on December 12th, supposedly on a shopping tour, and disappeared as com? pletely as though swallowed by the grave. Francis R. Arnold, father of the missing girl la a millionaire Importer und has offered a reward of $1.000 for any Information that will lead to hot discovery. Mr. Arnold believes his daughter has met with foul play, asser ting that she would have long since communicated with him had she been allv?\ Thousands have been spent In a vain effort to obtain information as to the whereabouts of the twenty Ttnir-vear-old heiress. Past and Presen!. Why all this cry of "present day" corruption and vote-selling? Thirty years ago th?? campaign barrel wiih a ^ntzed factor in the Aght, and Votes wer?- bartered without much concealment and without much com? ment.?Wash...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 9 February 1911

IBrown's ! l?arWWevo gear to ?lll We beg to extend to our custom ?nl frireds. cur earnest and thanks, for the apler.did bus: Jhad ir V*\0. "We wish for cub an?' eterv roe. the fullest measure of bap pines? and prosperity that n-?ll brine- forth. While it ia getting late in the aeaaoa *-%e still have a large stock of robber 't>*ota st lesa than wholesale p. ? Now when we say less than wholesale pricea .-re mean just what vv?* say an.' tama prove it. -See below a few prices. ?oodyear Glove Duck Rots ??* ?-, Other branda from 2.40 to 5.0*0 I.?dies' and children's boots 1.00 up The beat horse collar for 3.00 Pest Patent Flour per bbl. 5.50 :S qt. good heavy gal v. pails 15c. 2 f? ? ' The best work glove for 25c A fairly good horse blanket, heaw Burlap stable blankets 50. Bur'ap stable blankets 'incd 7Sc A apltrdid line of stationary, see my :S and 10c tablets. A goo?l soft top ma'treas for single. 2.00 doable Towers Fish Brand oilskins, suit 2.<hi A big line of men...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 9 February 1911

d Weekly C?*"Y HOME. I ?IB ?>1 ATE DA1V\ 19 R" o?d Virgi*ii*_? r ai ?x->?-i-tm<*iir, but ??mi?*? i ?t ?rt by . ! t li.?*? t'vI ?vr-xl ??.???. il'. . ', wf -i i: I by ??*> ? Jl ? 4 r-*~-i>l<>* to l>5 ttie best ?Jally i ? I -.i<.l.?ni>ii?L * JU. Fair, Clean, Accurate Neivs, independent ar.d Progressive! H HtaSda fof t'i?? nsterlsl, ?-?i??'?' ? "? '.??' :1 : :*." _MH? i'ir'.iaij. it i?."*? t. j .i attttot thm ???UO optem. .? ? ver li?c oient?. :i?RI0_?CND VffiQrOAN Aa;.**icwe 3curnal J BOTH FOR 4,00 ,*mr. ' - ? <? il mou tho otber to a d'i ? S n . r??-?*_<** lo.- *>..M. - I2S? _> /Ci* WANTS WORTH WATCHlNQ FCR SALE?23 sheep cheap. Ap? ply to John K. HiiilK'ms, L.ihan, Va. WORKHORSE -want?-?', (?ivp ap?/ price and col 'I.. Journal Office C<?\Y- I-iv ...j will come fresh April 1st, for sale. Apply to W. J. Hud^ins l'i^rs, Va. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 9 February 1911

FSHEPSUES ^m, FOR $300,000 NBW YORK. 8peclal.?George B. *Ftsh< - a promoter, formerly of 37 ?v ion In the Su f^^a%Ume> Court Friday, to rec ???.000 ?lamas:**? from Peter 11. Corr and T. Ash by Blytl Philadel ???ttia capitalists, for false ar? rest anil proe?ecutlon. Klsher. who was involved In a trans? action with Virginia rallroa?! securi? ties several years ago that is alleged to hav?? coot Prank J. Could ami his ?1st Gould, about $1.400.000, charcos In his complaint that 1 Mythe "had him arre?rt.ed for grand larceny In "December. lt?04. He says that Blythe ?secured the warrant upon hein? urg?ed to ?1<? so by C??rr ?M The arrest was bss??*d upon a claim that. Fisher had appr??priated two notes for $10.000 an.) ".15.000, re? spectively, of the Southern Textile pany. and had obtained a draft of $3.750 from Corr by false representa? tions. Fisher says he was tried on thin chance and acquitted. At the time of the arrest, Fisher ?complains, he required ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 9 February 1911

*Z^ is l-mown. ti>d?y??i countrty over as the monk oorruzxTof ejfxejstional quality y and DKKJe??jle jrfice ? ttBLY ?IBOnT STOBY | FOB &BASOHS OF STATE. tfaV. . Bj C. M aleo m Hinca?. The Hon. *Dick Carew strolled out of the Trocadero. where he had been luachine; with hie lawyer, te talk over some business connected with his estate. He took his seat in the front of the car. the chauffeur got In behind, and ?then after glancing around to aee if the traffic permitted him to start, he pushed over a lever and, with hla foot en the pedal brake, started the great car. Aa the car moved out through the alight drittle, be jammed his hat well down and went cautiously through the traffic in Piccadilly Circus. "Carew!" The young motorist put on bis brakes and drew in nearer the pave? ment, and a man dashed to the side of the car, ignoring the traffic and the muddy road, and Carew gated at him in blank amazement, for the man with the bronted clean-shaven face and al? most ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 9 February 1911

ANTS v-fs *?*? ivrm. WORK PO H LB8S THAN >v ass* week. Write Sick Bene HM-ansi sad make more. Ad givftogj references. Sl'PT. Ml*. IfiRURANCE CO.. 9th A Bread Xlehmond. Ta. I ?MH> DS. THan "LATsasT PAnrs fash* ***** I? HAIR T?OSSSlNtl. All ?fBR?* s?* YtUtr wa hand or mads fa rdsr. rxahtAmwK tnate Into gwltffies. "alls. etc. *Baftatk<t3f*ldn mma?. HUGHE?. 109 KortK Ms Rl-mmond, Va. *UOAN MONET AT 6% SIMPLE to buy and build property, Hit mortgage?. For each $1,000 iwed yoo pay $7.60 per month, ir with 6% Interest oa yearly this amount will pay for home in 10 1-2 years. Tou can la full at any time, thereby further interest. Write or em STANDARD HOME COM i\ J. W. Ponder, 8tate Agent, Chamber of Commerce, Rleh Va. Phone, Monroe 68-9. 7$ ?7 WANT TO BUT A FARM, OR ?try home, will give yo\? long at 6% Interest only. Write B-VID80N. 54 Chamber of Com Bldg., Richmond, Va. 29 ?m ?min i COMB REDS. THE KIND lay, win, and pay. If you want the send me your orders; $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 February 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL ' VOL. VIII. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1911 NO L. E. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham. Y.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER-MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATH EWS C. H., VAJ B-alh-tts the aeeosnts of firms and Individuals and offers to customers y aoooxnmcdatlon eonsistont with g j?id banking Interest Allowed On Savlnps Accounts. Atl Money In Yanlt Cov ered ?r Burglar Insurance. Hours: 9 A M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to I 2 M C. D. CLINTON CO?TllAfJTOB FOB EQUIPMENT AND REPAIES 15 1U7HBI5G, WATER S?TPLT, WINDMILLS, PBESSUBB TANKS, P?MP EfO ENGINES, ACETYLENE GAS, GASOLINE GAS, ELE?TTB1C LIGHTING, BELLS A!SD TELEPHONES, nEATING, BANGES. SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES. Dixond.'ilo, Va. Dr. M. S. FOSTER Dentist Office Over Sibley Bros*. IAATHE*v\?,. C. H., VA? LES IE C. GARNETT I U?mey-nt-Law. MATHEWS, VA. Will sractiee iu the Courts of the rcmnticK of Mathews, Middlesex and Omee Hours: < to 12 and 1 to 5. Gloucester. OLD DOM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 February 1911

SOLDIEBS ! IMUU RIGHT Court Held That Lee Absolute Power of UioDL, With No Restric W hatsoe v er?Decree Affirmed on Appeal. ?MOND, v A , s p o c 1 a 1? papers exclusive announce t?w l tho c<>ilsteral heirs of the Channlng M. Robinson contem brlnging suit t<? qu?estlon tho ?f ?th< nonwealth t<? iakc rs' Horn?* property in has attracted a great deal of at especially as th?* litigation in some way embarrass the for th.- erection of the Conted? le Memorial Institute. tho I ?avia va. ' A?e ('amp, No. 1. -ported in lia Decisions. Vol pas*? 782. directly on this point, wyers and others v?h?. have look nSS the matter, however, say they ior see how the suit could posslbly ir??s?JN*uted with any hope of suc? as th?*y believe the Virginia Su ? 'ourt already lias settled all ?ubts as to the title of the -Soldiers' seae property. Along about 1888 or 1889 the camp, finding its??if in need of funds with which to maintain the home, decided to s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 February 1911

A QUEER BIT OF THE WORLD By RALPH HEi^^YB?RB??l^B COPYRIGHT 1910 Mr. James, allas Swell. McConnell awoke an hour short of noon with all the customary symptoms. He recog? nized tho symptoms, but not the sur? roundings. This was no Pullman h??rth in which he found himself, nor did his blinking eyes find framed in the little grimy window any Such pictin they expect.??!. It was decidedly pus sling, and for the moment bis cloudy brain refused to grapple with the problem. 11?* dropped his hea?l on the dirty pillow with a groan. When next he opened his eyes he real? ized where he was, in a cheap of some cheap hotel. A wan light liltered through the window, and outside. In the well upon which it gave, the rain was falling as cheerless? ly and remorselessly as only a ?Chi cago rain can fall. Swell's first ?-mo? tions were not pleasant. Memory still played truant, but he knew he ?WSS broke; otherwise he wouldn't be Where he was. Thought was physically and men? tally painful, but he narrowed h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 February 1911

rown 6 l?W? f^w ?car to Hll ??es; "so ?>tend to Our customers rten?*a, r.r?r ear-a and sincere ta, f?dr th??* vi >?*? did business we *rr. l?T?rv. \\> wish for each and 'V ooe,*tbe ful>est measure of hap dnesa and pTAj*-t-?eTity that 1911 can ?ring forth. While it is getting late in the season *we still have n large stock of rubber ?boots at lea? than wholesale prices. Mow when we ?at le%<? than wholesale price? .we mean just what we say an?'. ?can prove it. See below a few prices. "fc-oodyear Gl?yve thick Boots ft Of' Other branda from 2.40 to 5.00 Ladies' and children's bocts 1.00 up The beat horse collr.r for 3.00 Be?t Patent Flour per hbl. 5.50 ?8 qt. good heavy fcalv. pails 15c, 2 for 25c. ' *The best work gVwc for 25c -A fairly f-ood "hor*e blanket, heavy 75c Burlap atable blanket* 50c Burlap stable blankets 'ined 75c A sple?*id line ?>f stationary, see my *?5 and 10c tablets. A gocd soft top ?mattress for singl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 February 1911

RGINIAN JiSfSfcte ?LWCtS ?jBwia >?-.--? i-mu ntoHBrnoNiOAiraNG lows* ufe ra_.t BOn-TEAB;, ALU?W?R THE LAM) IABE T^^ it is the Best in Richmond! A State Daily and a Good Weekly ARB NECESSARY IN EVERY HOME. THE STATE DAILY IS The Richmond Virginian I No longer an experiment, but minn?d from the ?tart by tra?ne?! workers. It has the largest subscription I lat ever secured by a dally pape* In Virginia In the same length of time, and it la already declared by leading people to be the lxjat dally ????paper published In Richmond. 7ull, Fair, Clean, Accurate News, Independent and Progressive! It stands for the material. Intellectual, social and moral Progress of Virginia. It alma to publish nothing unfit for the Home Circle?no opium, morphine or liquor adrertlsetnanta. THE RICHMOND VIRGINIAN six times per w eekfor one year. BOTH FOR l> we 3curnal ] $4.00 Once ?-r??-*ry w?aek for one year. On? paper can be sent to one addrr*n and th?? other to a dif? ferent address. Sen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 February 1911

NEW COMPRESS FOR TOBACCO MACHI M TU M Wit ! i I Y ' I \I*.?*-K OF M \KIN(. PI t t. T?>II\1C<>. W to-sctal?j Th? ?ntd tmpraaa e was ni. Iron .?n and was chino. ? this rit: hon?*, and which btda fair to on in Un? manufacture of plug '. This mac?-. I .Maimed, wil! ? onl> : ?>f labor In tlu* ; pre*?? room ftfta par ?coat, bal diapl all ahapea, hydraull? pumpa I and all the tini ?Ines will turn out about I is of finish?*d plu| i day with ? halt' tl:< -J'Jl-- Tl . . mint of th o "ni-?.**" in one pr??t? sa, which mus? rily be a great savins?. said th.it with tht* simple ad? justment of .1 screw the hydraulic of the machin- made t<> -.rive any preesur?-. ?-oiiset'iunt'.y producing any thlcknt.-s of ;>?uga which may be de sirred, i atlon has been In? spected by main Of th? Lading to? bacconists of the city an?i has been declared a icreat departure from the old and time-wasting m?-thod of com pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 February 1911

*H_ WEEKLY SHORT STORY | THE LITTLE MOCCASIN. By M. J. Phillips. "Aren't you afraid the wolves will eat you?" Dexter Morgan stared at the note perplexedly, ft was rarll] incongru? ous in this howling wilderness. It ** was written on fine paper, by a wo? man's hand; and. If .Morgan was any Judge of chirography, the woman was young, refined and intelligent. He was camping In one of sparse ?ly inhabited counties of the upper ^enhpHula of Michigan. He had not aeon a human being for weeks, except when he went to Puller's fifteen miles away, to buy supplies. His neighbors were bears, wolves und deer. He had come back to camp at nightfall one ?day to find this mocking little message pinned to his sleeping bag. While he built his fire and cooked supper that night, he speculated over the note, taking it occasionally from the pocket of his flannel shirt to study It again. When the meal had been dls ??> posed of he sat down to pore over it anew. It was not meant as a warning; that w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 February 1911

WANTS MS IVIMKI?. WORK FOU LESS THAN , Can.**?? per w<sek. Write Sick Hone- | ?an* Insansnce snd TWai I . ?at* ? I**' *?' m*mM a e ta ? ashes t. le. i prep. TO PI ?: WaiKTED 01 ??rene', o i?e in eac! la ?state to manaj ?**-*?*? baa furnish, all su;. ylfrsa and full di ward aayers . **rrUorv HE KATI ai, HO*. JSax ? ia. rrPEWJUTEBS RENTED. S months tarse. We c ."my aake of to? ar I r .flVaUTIXG M A? 11 IN K < 0 fata ?Street, RUB IT OUT. WHERh IX)-, eated?atifft tnua-c? ?rest I the p;i:<<. rats-round lin i: ? n; Il andb'.--st- trj it do -here MS lb? right help; ?Era?. Menufnctured b> .T. W. #RAYs: Va, FOB -ill ion Calt coming thr auan, nicely built "Ixxrual Hill," 15? Route 1, C?B^ Va. FOR ?eombi*;. power ? '?tur horaea. "Lo ew&t Hi: "sraa-quier WTKD. T*>. ? with one or two >< aorqper print:: steal APPLES ?Q;'ue*-:i V : :1 rite?th? . the ?eo-yJW,*". ?tghest v Our **JUfilna "taste go appl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 23 February 1911

? THE MATHEWS JOURNAL 25 VOL. VU1. MATHEWS C R. V/V, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1911 er - - H B. Mumf ord, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER-MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Pni Up Cmpitml $59,99$ MATHEWS C. H., VA.", its of firms and individuals and offers to eustocssra aeoatnmndatlon eonalatent with good banking luteiest Allowed Os Sating* Aecosata. ?M Money Is Vault Cut ?red By Borglsr Iararaaea. e 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays. 9 A. M. to 12 M C D. CLINTON ? f CwBTBACTOB FOB EQUIPMENT AND BBPA1B8 W B-UTBELEO, WATBB 8UTPLT, WIJTDMILLS, PEE S SURE TAKES, PTJsTP | H? 1EQ1HES, ACETYLENE GAS, GASOLINE GAS, ELECTEIC J UGBTDTG, BELLE AND TELEPBOHES, BEATTHQ, f ' . | BANGES. f ' SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES. f Dixondale, Ta. Dr. M. S. FOSTER f Dentist, I Office Over Slbley Bros'. I If ATHECV C H, VA LES IE C GARNETT Attorney-at-Lsw. MATHEWS. VA Will practice In the Courts of the Counties or Mathews, Middlesex and Offioe Hours: a* to 12 snd 1 to 6. Gloucester. OLD DOMINION STEAMSHI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 23 February 1911

FLORIDA EXPRESS RUNS INTO SWITCH RICH MON D, V ? . Special ?Oareieeaaesa on the part of the yard *^*^*BMr of the Atlantic Coast Line Rail? way at Clopton. a station a short dis? tance from Richmond, resulted in the wreck of the northbound Florida Kx nreas train at 5:15 o'clock this morn ins; and the demolition or several load? ed box cars standing on the side track, into which the heavy passenger train Sawngstl The passenger train, in charge of ?Conductor J \V. Cotton, of Peters? burg, ?ml Engineer Frank Philips, of thi.- -un running on schedule time and at a speed of sonic thirty or forty mile? an hour. At the Clop? ton tank a string of box cars loaded with tobacco had been switched to a siding to allow the Florida train to pass on the main track. Through oversight, however, the yard crew had neglected to throw the switch back In position, and when the passenger train arrived, instead of taking the main track, it was turned Into the siding. This siding: is about ISO yards Ionic, an...

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