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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 23 February 1911

ERNEST AND THE LATCHKEY QUEST N By INEZ HAYNES G1LLMORE Aetkor of "Poppy Love." "Phoebe and Her Ober Sett " Etc COPYRIGHT 1910 When rumor proclaimed that the Chandler estate?-the show place of May wood and for many years vacant ?was let for the summer, joy reigned in the Martin family. For various reason? it looked a? if they would have to ?pend the sum? mer at home, and new neighbors, es? pecially If they proved Interesting, could much alleviate that situation. Mr. Martin was glad because the opening of the Chandler place would undoubtedly have a quickening effect on their end of the street. He had been conscious of a vague homesick feeling as, ob? after another, the house? In the vicinity closed up. Mrs. Martin was glad, because she felt that the new family might prove a sop to "the children." Socretely, Mrs Martin was delighted that they were going to spend their summer at their home. The rest of the family loved the sen, and so. invariably, to the seashore they went. Nobody had ...

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. — 23 February 1911

-ve? JSrc SSrown'? abapp? Tlew ?car to BU W? b?rg to extend to our customers ?r*t friend?, ovr earnest and sincere ?iThankt. for the splendid businea? we ha?* ir. I'td. We wl?h for each and for? ?sue, the fullest measure of hap? piness ?nd prosperity that 1911 can oring forth. While it is getting late in the season we still have a large ?stock of rubber ?boots at h*** than wholesale price?. How when we sav l?rs?than wholesale price? Ji'e'mean jurt what we say and can prove it. See below a few price?. Poodyear G tore Dock Boots $4 0?) Other brands from 2.40 to 5.00 Ladies' and children's boots 1.00 up The best horse ?ollar for 3.00 Best Patent Flour per bbl. 5.50 S qt. good heavy galv. pail? 15c 2 for 25c. "The beat work glove for 25c A fairly good horte blanket, heavy 75c Burlap ?table blanketa 50c Burlap stable blankets lined 75c A spledid li?r?e of stationary. see my ?5 and 10c tablets. A good soft top mattress for single, 2.00 double 2.5o. Towers Fish Brand oilskins, suit 2.00 A ...

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. — 23 February 1911

mCrtMO? *?t?G30?n ?n to re??ei 5 RGINIAN WavJu ?BHflJt ntOHaVnON GAIIWG LOWS' LK .*? l OtaTTpU^AjL^VFJt T? LAI? tUsf ! 5 is the Best in PJcIimond!^ A [State D^ily and a Good Weekly \ .VRS NECrsSACY tv EVERY home. \ THfc STATS DAILY IS The Richmond Virginian >-\*r no. etperlnraent. but manned from the ?tmrr by train? \ ?vatNt?ra, It ha? tltoUrjlut subscription Hat aver secured by u ?Sally paper In Y tra?ale In thj same ten?ch of time, and It ?.? .?!r-iJ/ iloclir-d by IfjKttn? peupla to be the beat dally nSBtf BBS* published In Richmond. Fall, Fair, Clean, Accurate News, Independent and Progressive! I It srao''* for th? material, intetl?.-ruat. social find moral t of Vir?lnla. It ?Ims to publlsn nothing unfit for th? uSBtS ?"Jrcle?no opium, morphine or Liquor advertisement?. | lili RICHMOND VIRGINIAN Cf ?ris tlmea per week foe one year. BOTH FOR t_ /?art ewe 3curral ] $4.00 Once every vreolt fcr one year. One |M*B?B* can ba sent to one address and the other to ? feri?ut addr?K*. Se...

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. — 23 February 1911

STUDENTS BIOT IN ST. PETERSBURG 8T. PaTnsRSBCRC,. Special?Riot ?t the ?ntvereitl ?>t St. V bare w?a rom wed with tbe poe SSbla r?s?ult that ? lent in I ?aa will . a strike. The stu? dents <?r th- rity of Tomsk, ?t Tom*k Siberia, sent word today t< tbe leader of th? student? here that they. too. would pursi ? a policy ot violence unlee? demand?, ?were grant? ed. So serious Is the situation that tbe rector and pro-rector or St. tsrsburg University resigned. Tin police made ISS additional ar rests during the morninc, it was ?!?? ciar?, ?l. although the authorities have avdot :<>iicy ot and re faaed to give out any information. Riot In g st u ?b-nts marched through the Streets singing revolutionary BOBSJI and cheering ror the late Count Tolstoi, who?? memory they all idol saa. Soldiers arar? dhvpatched from the barracks to guard the university buifciings. and in a skirmish with these several of the students ?rara hurt. The lives of several of the profe? aors have been thr...

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. — 23 February 1911

L WEEKLY SHORT STORY ELINOR'S UTKRXMN OFF. Hj leclly Allen. It was the proud boast of Mr. and aira Jamas Regan that their flower foot In that plebeian vehicle, a trolley foot iu that plebeian vehicle, a trolle> car. To ?? there had been a time when James Regan would have wel? comed the chance to drive one of the good, old-fashioned street cars, but those days belonged to the dark ages of Regan family hiatory, along with the momentous Sunday when that same flower-like daughter had been christened plain Mary Ellen. Today, thanks to a pocket of gold in the Sierras, and a few lucky specula? tions made possible by those same gllt tartng pockets, the fair Elinor had at her oisposai a variety of private ve? hicles, from a tiny electric runabout to a ho horse-power touring car; from a smart trap or their Long Island es? tate, to a correctly equipped victoria for her dally drive in Central Park. The men who were glad to ride be? hind the girl in motor car or trap were equally glad to ackn...

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. — 23 February 1911

WANTS ftOBHTS WANTED. WORK FOR LESS THAN flaV.U* per week. Write Sick Bene (au Insurance and make more. Ad urcss. giving r?f?renc?e. SUPT. MU? TUAL INSURANCE CO.. 6th * Broad fsureeta. Richmond. Va. If yoo want to buy a PARI ?TaUuutry home, will give you long time at 6 per cent. Interest only. Write M. Davidson. .">4 Chamber of Com Bldg.. Richmond, Va WANTED?Thirty cpoks and gen? ii workers, farm and dairy hands; waiters and butlers. Transportation ?advanced with Martin & Slaughter, 28 Nor,'? Ninth Street, Richmond. FOR SALE?Rhode Island Red Eggs rat $1.25 for 15. Mrs. J. H. Math1 ?Lahore. Va. HAIR GOODS. I. THE LATEST PARIS FASH 3 IN HAIR DRESSING. All hinds of hair on hand or made to ?arder. Combings made into Swit "Pompadours. Tuft's, etc. Satisfac? tion guaranteed. HUGHES, 200 North Third St.. Richmond, Va. LOAN MONEY AT 5% SIMPLE Interest to buy and build property, ?or lift mortgages. For each $1,000 horrowed you pay $7.50 per month, together with 57c interest on yearly ...

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 March 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VIU. MATHEWS C H., VA., THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1911 NO. 10. r L. E. M-J?rnford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER- MA TIjEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. : Bolkrtts the socounts of flrmi and Individuals and offers to customers ?fury Moo-mmodatlo-a consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Sarin--* Accounts. r AD Honey In Vault Cot ered By Burglar Insurance. Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M .Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M C. D. CLINTON COHTRACTOB FOB EQUIPMENT AUTD BEPAIBS IH ffLTMBUfG, WATER SUPPLY, WIJTDMILLS, PBESSUBE TAKES, P?MP HO EEQIRES, ACETYLENE GAS, GASOLINE GAS, EI.ECTBIC j LIGHTING, BELLS AND TELEPHONES, HEATING, BANGES. I SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES. Dix on dale, Ya. ? i * ? Dr. M. S. FOSTER Dentist Office Over Slbley Bros'. MATHExV*., C. H., VA? LES IE C. GARNETT A ttorney-at-Lsw. MATHEWS. VA. Wiil practice In the ?Courts of the Counties ?if Matbews, Middlesex and Office Hours: < to 12 and 1 to B. Glou...

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

81RL IN RICHMOND NOT MISS ARNOLD RICHMOND, VA i a 1 Thougli tin- pottos art* frank to ?tMla-sit llmt then- is s**s***t-*lhlng Is the rumor llmt Dorothj Arnold. Ua*e mlsf-lng K?s*s York heir?*-?.-.. \m tn this ? it). \*. hi- li tii(-> ?l<> not iiii <n*-sr>-4aiMt. they im* In? llm*-i lo look -apon tin rumor with a kliul of )o ?rom- ekeptk-k*ro. In < -h?*r wonts, pottoe vlo not brliov?? tJmt Mi**M Araold is here. >?* one i-oniiertetl with the l'oll-.*?- I??*partm?Mit ha> r?r>?-?tM-i--??iI a v-ortt of official Infor? mation; no tolograms liiiu- l*-e?*ii ?malTOd nur any long ?distance fs?*-?*-44u-*-*s. ami Major \\ orner, ?ntafapf of til?' d?*|MtrtIta?*llt. bcUSt-tOS that ti??' >'?***? Vork poll?*** would have (iHiiiiiunlial?! with him loas: before now if they had an> *r**?a*aon to believe tliui the miss? ing girl liad ?*om?* to lli? limoml. itut for the i?st tw > or three taya art range letters and telenrams, ?up po?e*4i to have been **?*nt bj fll CJr...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 2 March 1911

BLACK HAND _DEFY POLICE M B W YORK. 8poclaL?Defying *D*aputy Police Commissioner Flynn and apparently anxious to prove that the activities of the police are futile, agents of th? black hand at? tempted to blow up a tenement house aad a private dwelling with dynamite bomba As a reeult of an explosion at the residence of Dr. Bartoli. HO Hast One Hundred and Sixth Street. 100 girls In St. Cecilia's Academy, next door, were thrown Into a panic. Qlasa In the academy windows waa broken, and a number of the girla were hurled from their beds There waa a wild ruah for the street, and It was over an hour before quiet was restored. The next attempt waa made at 89 Baxter Street, when an Infernal machine was exploded In the hallway of the six-story tenement there. Both ^ Dr. Bartoli and residents of the tene? ment have been receiving black hand letters demanding tribute. Two men ?alighted from a closed carriage in front of St. Cecilia's Academy about 1 o'clock. The sexton of 8t_ Cecilia's Church...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 2 March 1911

>*?*- *?>ng pes ap SUfPMCS JBell nOotor^Co., *te*folfc? ?a. ??Ali. orders: Mat.h?W"" Cottntg Olarn and Oy*f*?terrnf**n ?hip to T20 Fulton "Pl*-*h Market New York City I will tAvm.srstjaTOlrl top mar kct prices on all kinds of fish ?had ?e?peci.-illy, and will make returns prompt on ?sic of goods. Mathcws Fishermen will do well to ship to taie. I shall trv to be just to all. Reference**, any ahippcr or whole? sale dealer in the busine?*, Mar? ket and Pulton N.-?iional Bank, of New York, or Peop.ca ,Truat ?Co.t of Brooklyn. | C & ?. Uil.WAY CO, piapkatapk 7"t1 ve*r tip? i*-?|erTect Sat. April 23d. 1910 ?Steamer leaves Pier 9 Light Street ''Wharf, Baltimore, every Sunday and "W-rdnesdav. weather premilting, for S^reiroort and intermediate landings, asm follows. Leave Baltimore 5 P. M.. Mila 2 30 A. Id.. Sampsons 2.45, T i pera 3, Black ?Wells 3 30. F'.eetou 4.. Timbs 4 10, Reed ville 4 30, Hardin-?s 6 00, Harvcys "o 15, Grace Point 7 10. Byrdton 7 20, Xilmartaock 7 30. Ocrans...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 2 March 1911

RlCHMOflD^&yiRGINIAN nyg??ea*i MtZJt \mifSi FRO?tnirnoNCAiNWG Lawrurf pg?TTtAB:, m^?MSL THE LAND IAK ESDI, ""T^^^V^^^^i BOJ It is the fest m Richmond! A State Daily and a Good Weekly ARK NF' IN I'VF.RY HOME. THR STATE O A IL Y IS The Richmond Virginian No lor-.-.?-? an ?-?-xi-tIiwat. hut nunnal from the mtnrt by It" ? ?' ' . ' ?* ? -M*-'-??-1lat <-**ac ???**??? hy a ?'.;.'? ?.. -, ..t ?i-nc. und '* U al ! bv l ? i. m b* ?,}.., b.-^t <J?iV) :n>?*-.T?a^-i r?*-'>J*i??.?J la Ki<-->ua?>au. 13? ?muib. BO 1H FOR ?att.cv** "K>ur*al j $4.00 One? mvtry week for on- year. On? faraac a?"4r-aaa. Mmad two fca-od prc*tnu for J4.0-0. $Full, Fair, Clean, Accurate News, Independent and Progressive! It ttanda tor tha mat?*r'u!. !-?? ? " ?-noval ?cogf-amt) of Vt-illnU. It -ai.-- ' !. r th? lotna Clrcla? tvo opiu:i*. man THE RICHMOND YiRCWJLN \ ?Ix timas par waak for on- j-c.-t. / On? papar can b? ?ant to one a?4?f mra ?n* th? other to a ?311 aKliIraat, ?nj am ?jj?S2^|?2-= E5...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 2 March 1911

CHRISTMAS MYSTERY THE STORY OF^af WM , , nrFW THREE WISE MENf\ WM' ?;^nLLK ^ "*? t ?nn?1 t?l* how the truth nww be Ml ?say tbe twtas *atd tu me. / Tbr? e Omsa ? **o h??l ?frost Stetam ant tin -vorld /ase i / ?taP .?. . ' Sf th.? they -Wer. ?.1. inJ tht-y in?***?. Sir Ans**** McCurdle. the emln-Mit e.?.-.?y> e.1 it the I wo ? *.\*s. ' forsatfn place ?an ? ?rm."" .?.aid h<* no am !."' ?*s ?sked Pro ?wSSM r B?i**-1oi-.w?4? . He w;m s little?, ?an'M v ??-.:? n with round apoctscles. S frlr.Ki- >>f grayish be?r?t and s weak. ?raapiti-* v?>i,-v?. find he knew m >r? o? Assy* ??'!??*<?%? than an?/ man, llvlns or ?aesd. A flippant pupil once remarked that the p**-of?SSSSe**S ?h<-.., furnished with m Babylonia oc?*??**>t??r:?- in Han o? ?*tSS lili ?IIS "Peo ole called Dex'-ulU st *""*oulMrj Csstle? asked Sir Ancuu **Tea." replied Professor BIsKlei-nvade "How curious! I sin soin-** to the Z*?ev???rl1l--. too," ?aid the third man. Tlil? mao was the Right Honorsbl? Vis...

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. — 2 March 1911

WEEKLY SHORT STORY BOSDAtiK. Ky Walter Henderse?. Old ball Straasky was tired and worn out - - Ion* day'.-? tramping. As ho turned intu the by streets of the Ghetto his steps faltered and a heavy sigh came through bis heavy pa? triarch ial beard.. "Still there Is no relief from the merciless hand of the tyrant," he mut? tered, ?as he passed along the narrow, deserted thoroughfares "Are my peo? ple to be forever the serfs and foot? stools of theee God-forsaken despots? Are they never to be released?" He shook his head mournfully, and a tear started to his falling eye. "it Is impossible to believe that God has abandoned them," he said. "Some day - and yet-?" Presently be paused at the door of one of the bouses In a dark street close by. Raising his band to a long, nar? row piece of metal nailed to the door? post he touched it reverently, then raised his fingers slowly to his lips. With that he passed throuhg the door? way. A venerable God-fearing Hebrew. Eli Strassky, was one of the b...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 2 March 1911

WANTS HOT** r"hORK FO 3 THAN 99 per week. Write Sick Bene Hgaeanos and make more. Ad eress,, giving t- s, Sl'PT . 6th ?ft Broad ?t so-* want to buy a FARM, or OMmmnry homo, will give v-ou long time * * per cent, interest only. Writ M. Jp**w*i*taon. f>4 Chamber of Cora ?sasce Bldg.. Richmond, \ WANT!?!)?Thirty cooks and een "?1 worhers, farm and dairy ha vettere nnd butlers. Transportation ?tvanrrd with Martin ?ft Slaughter. M MoT-ifr Niuth Street, Richmond. I iiuk coons. AT*- THF* IGTEST PARIS FASH? IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. All kinds of hair on hand or made to fetter, ?i oahlngs made into Swi Pompadours. Puffs, etc. Satisfac? tion guaranteed. HPGHES. 200 Berth Third St.. Richmond, Va j?,-L.. - --?.- ?-.-. ? ? WM UOAN MONET AT 6* SIMPUE Ikbertst to buy and build property, ox lift mortgages. For each $1,0.00 "taa-ro-* r I y ST.'.O per month, ?ogetbsr with ."*"?*- Interest-on yearly "MJar-ees: this am?-runt will pay for TPOvr home in 10 1-2 years. You can ?pay in full at any time, the...

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. — 9 March 1911

THE MAT??EW VOL. VIH. MATHEWS C. H.. VA^ THURSDAY, MARCH 9. 1911 NO. 11. I*. EL Mumford, Fres., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cannier. GLOUCESTER- MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA., -Solicits ths aooounts of firing and Individuals and offer? to customer? wemrj a-tticor-imodatlon consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savlntra Accounts. HI Money la Tsnlt Cor ered Ity Burglar I nan ran ee. Hoars: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M G D. CLINTON CONTRACTOR FOR EQUIPMENT AM) REPAIRS W nxmnuG, -water supply, windmills, pressure tanks, pump do KN-61XES, ACETYLENE GAS, GASOLINE GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHTING, BELLS AND TELEPHONES, HEATING, RANGES. SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES. ?? Dlxondalc, Ya, Dr. M. S. FOSTER Dentist Office Orer Slbley Bros'. MATHEV.V. C. H.. VA? LES IE C. GARNETT Attorney-at-Law. MATHEWS, VA. Will practice In tho Courts of tho Counties of Mathewa. Middlesex and Office Hours: if to 12 and 1 to 6. Gloucester. OLD DOMINION STEAMSHI...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 9 March 1911

ARO ? TO ASSIST ROAD CHAMR1K OF COMMKRIK 1J-?K1* - Tt>Rs |*l l nt.| \n? 1? ? NOK1 n i:k\ m < K i in i RICH MON D. V A?Special. The dir.?tors of the Charabe* Commerop, at their n st night. not only passed a resolution ?>n?lorsing the pr.?-M.s.?d railroad from l>. to th*- VYi. .?mico River, but decided t? bold a smoker f??r the purp?** ?arousing further int.-rent in th?- en? terprise. liativ -ernlng th?* ne** rail' ade. and after th rwtins had fully posted themselves the> nously adopted th?* follow? ing, which was ?ftere?! by Vi dent T. M. Ciirringt "it?- it resolved by the board ol ?i? rectors of th?* t'bamber of t'omni. That the Chamber of Commerce will u** ils bent efforts t.? ri ne $150.000. for which the su' 1 receive stock In the proposed railroad from in-swell t?> th?* Wlcomlco Kiv<?r as per the proposed route, th.- distance of which is understood to be between cntv an?! . Ighty miles; that it will be mutuall the subecrib ers and llroad that apon tho comple...

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. — 9 March 1911

THE FAILURE By ROLAND ASHFORD PHILLIPS. COPYRIGHT 1911 J?*-rry (?Hlmaa did the things he was ?uppoised to do with the method snd preoisl?<-n of s machine. At ?exactly on? minute to 8 he arrived at tho offices of JLsrry A Co., hung his coat ea a certain nail, donned a lighter one and opened the safe. At exactly 1:10 he looked up from bis desk and nodded to the incoming proprietor. At IX he carefully wiped his pen, closed his books, changed his coat and went out to a certain lunch-room, where he ate his regular piece of pie snd drank his usual cup of black cof? fee. Then he smoked a cigarette, walked around a certain block to get the kinks out of his legs and return? ed to the offloe and his high desk al exactly 1S:S0. Oilman was a forty-year-old au? tomaton. The rut he had been force?.' to enter early in bis twenties bat asver broadened. Instead It grev deeper and deeper, until, with th< passing years It became a prison. His brain seemed to be shriveled sucked dry; his limb? ob...

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. — 9 March 1911

Bo- *B, Epgipes ?p??l SUPPLIES JScll fl?otor'Co., *BJ itarfolfc.Ua. WIAifc ORDER?: Mai li? i*w ? O?unly Ola ni and (b|*-.!cnnsn *?"Up i t> tl. sSdvrip^*Tr?akle kcO Pulton Kt--]i Marl-ant > \v Vor*K t HI ?j I will QUAFAT-TE"E toprnar kct prices on all kituls of l?sh shad ?especiallTf atsd will make returns ?promut on sale of gexnis. M.uhcws Fishermen will ?t?o well to ship to me. I shall 1rs t<> bo just to all. References, any shipper or whole? sale dealer in th?? business. Mar? ket sod Fulton N; initial l'..u New York, or Peop es Trust o*f Brook lvn. B. C.& A. RAILWAY CO. piapkatapk fliver "Llpe In^tlect Sat. April 23d. 1910 Steamer leaves Pier ? Light Street Wharf, Pal timor?, every Sund.iy ami Wednesday, weather prcmUting, for Freenort and iiitermedi.-de landings, Tl? follows. Leave Baltimore s T tils 2 30 A- M.. Sampsi-nsl^, Ti{H?:-?-? 3, Black wells 3 30. F?eeton 4.. Timbe 4 lo. Rectlvillc 4 30, Hardings b 00. II..rvoys b 15, Grace Point 7 in, Byrdton 7 20, Kilma...

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. — 9 March 1911

/??s ?s-**---!-; *-* IR. ma, ffostcr TTailo? AND (Bcor?jc mnasbiii?toii Bevcr XLolb a ?L?c T\* Business IV.itic-. we enj*y th-* sin: reu it iti > i > _--? Washington enjjyeJ ii hi* privite a n l p V - -::*?: rSLL A LI<?M to .t vn *i ; we don't haw* to. because we build only "HONEST** clothes ind lo business only 0:1 "HONEST" principles. w \Ve mike suits that satis "ln testimony whereof" we point to the most critical dressers in town ts ?*ir loyal patrons ' ?V ? *~u aran tee .-.-1 1 ? ninshio, the most excellent ?rtedandd fabric-*, PERFECT PIT and in tire satisfaction throughout. TYoa are sincerelv invited ir ALL W ) )L display ol ip-to-the-minute fabrics. Yoi never dream 1 that sue Hence could !>? procured it such prices. * .Ve cm undoubtedly save v ) 1 11 n *v ? 1 \ ) ir S ?? ?n ; and Summ :v clothin*-. 1R. Wl. .foster Hailou ?rug Store 36D. flDatbcvvs C. lb, -t=r ^ Writ The ; - ;? 1 il l-*??r Bp Advert ism-' Ra Lei The J0nrn.1l P Your Bet wem Sea-ton Bus ine DRESSED AN...

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. — 9 March 1911

CITY ENGINEER KILLS HIMSELF iKad Man's Work Had Been Characterixed as Careless and He Was Accused of Inoompe tency?Troubles May Have Deranged His Mind. RICHMOND, VA_Special? Jackson II-?Iton. l-lnat Ajustant VHj F^ngino-or, was found do?m(I on Un? flour <?f tho bath r?rK>m of hls heeae, IIS H. 3d Street. Monday morning, siior***- after 7 o'clock. HLs ?"??alii was ?loo to asphyxiation ?and ilio cl-rt-umH(aii<*e?s l?*?ro prae Ucaliy tin doubt that he coiiunit tO-J NUicidc. Mr. Koiton's bo?*** was found by his youngest daughter. Miss Minnie Bol aen, and though the body was still warm, it Is probable that life was ?ven then extinct. TKe body, almost completely dr?-*aa o&. was stretched across the floor. Mr. Boitons mouth being close to the pipe thuX connected with the gas stove In the room. The connection had been "removed and the gas must have bh^wn full into the fact? of the prostrate man. It would have killed him in fifteen -minutes. Mr. Holton was lam seen alive about S...

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