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

?tt?TnahSdsan-a?uja?nMVB^ CSSmXjmr ? - . i mWemt WrHLT SHOr?? STOBT [ ?ALLY, T. f. By W. ?. Bryan. 3ar i i lleniltrtt?. *iV.?.*ierv--li was the is cattiMl la the register of the Iry-elsi church, and In L'-r baby days she wsa called Sally. Fut from the day her Cupid's arch of a mouth learned to frame Intelligent sentences Jack Hardy had dubbed her the "Towa Crlor " Th? nlcka-.n*-* was so apt that it stuck, be'r?: redi cod for sirrpillcty's sake to T. C. Even during those stem mlnu.es la the r?*>?**-y whh her father, h? often dropped the sober "Sarah" for the mors universal T. C. T. C.'s nickname was due to her genius for the dissemination of bits of gossip best forgotten. Her mind seemed naturally to empty Itself of all Information. T. C, being a sensitive little soul, grieved in secret and made earnest vows that she would tattle no more. She meant to mend her ways, but at the first opportunity her store of knowledge would roll out unchecked and unrealized. It was to Jack ...

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

WAnia _ AGEUTS WANTED. ?OUT WORK FOR LESS THAN Hi.Of per week. Write Sick Bene ?t Insurance and make more. Ad Aromo, giving r?f?ren?as, SLPT. MIL TTJAL INSl RANCE CO.. ?th A Broiri trest?. Rlchnit?ld. Vn. If you want to buy a FARM, or aountry home, will give you long time ?t 6 per cent. Interest only. Write ut. Davidson. 54 Chamber of Com? merce Bldg.. Richmond. Va. WANTED?Thirty cook? and gen ?ral workers, farm and dairy hands; waiters and butlers. Transportation advanced with Martin ?ft Slaughter, SS North Ninth Street, Richmond. Va. HAIR GOODS. ADL THE LATEST PARIS FASH? IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. All kinds of hair on hand or made to order. C ombings made Into Switches, Pompadour?, Puffs, etc. Satisfac? tion guaranteed. HUGHES, 20!* North Third St.. Richmond, Va. WH IX)AN MONEY AT 6% SIMPLE Interest to buy and build property, or lift mortgages. For each $1,000 borrowed you pay $7.60 per month, together with 6% interest on yearly balances; this amount will pay for your home In 10 1-2 ...

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

' THE MATHEWS JOURNAL 3* VOL. VU1. MATHEWS C R, VA^ THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1911 H B. Mumf ord, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER-MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Pmsi Op Capital $59,99$ MATHEWS C. H., VA.", its ?of firms and individuals and offers to enstoraer? ???--ajmrnnlatloB consistent with good banking I*asaiesl Allowed Oa 8a*rings Aeceaats. aH Memej la Taalt Cst ered By Barfiar Iassraaee. e 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays. 9 A. M. to 12 M C D. CLINTON ? f COITRACTOR FOB EQUIPMENT AND REPAIRS DI VU7HBTE0, WATER 8?PPLT, WI?TDMILL8, PRESSURE TAKES, PUMP | H? BEQ1HE?, ACETYLENE GAS, GASOLINE GAS, ELECTRIC J UGHTDTG, BELLS AND TELEPHONES, HEATING, f " . | RANGES. f ' SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES. f Dixondale, Ta. Dr. M. S. FOSTER f Dentist. I Office Over Slbley Bros'. I MATHECv C H, VA. LES IE C GARNETT Attorney-at-Law. MATHEWS. VA, Will prsctice in the Courts of the Counties or M a thews, Middlesex and Offloe Hours: t to 12 and 1 to 6. Glouceater. OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO...

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

FLORIDA EXPRESS RUNS INTO SWITCH RICH MON D, V ? . Special Car*elessa?i**ss on th.? part of the yard i^^^pr of the Atlantic Coast Line Ksil **s*ay at Clopton. a station a short dis? tance from Kichm??nd. resulted in the wreck of th.* northbound Florida Kx nrees train at 5:15 o'clock this morn? ing* and the demolition or *-?*veral load? ed box oars standing on the side track. Into which the hea\-y passenger train plunge? i The pauet-ni-.r train, in charge of ?Conductor J \V. Cotten, of Peters burg. miiiI Engineer Frank Philips, of thi.- -as running on schedule time and at a speed of sonic thirty <sr forty miles 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 pas? on the main track. Through ??verslght. however, the yard crew had negl?*cte<! "?> throw the ass-itch back In position, and when the passenger train arrived, instead of taking the main track, it was turne?! In...

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

ERNEST AND THE LATCHKEY QUEST N By INEZ HAYNES G1LLMORE Author ?I "Poppy Love," "Phoebe and Her Ok?i Set!.'' Etc COPYRIGHT 1910 When rumor proclaimed that the Chandler estate-?the show place of May wood and for many years vacant ?waa let for the summer, Joy reigned in the Martin family. For various reasons it looked as if they would have to spend the sum? mer at home, and new neighbors, es? pecially If they proved Interesting, could much alleviate that situation. Mr. Martin waa 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, one after another, the houses In the vicinity closed up. Mrs. Martin was glad, because she felt that the new family might prove a sop to "the children." Socretely, Mra Martin was delighted that they were going to spend their summer at their home. The rest of the family loved the sea, and so. invariably, to the seashore they went. Nobody had...

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

-ve JSrc SSrown'? l>app? Tlew ?car to BU W?* beg to extend to our customers ?M friends, our ?earnest and sincere tfisnkf. for the splendid businea? we ?bad ir. 1*-K*L We wish for each and ?-?TT ?sue, the fullest measure of hap? piness and prosperity that 1911 can ?ring forth. While it is getting late in the season we still hare a large stock of rubber tooots at less than wholesale prices. How when we say les? than wholesale price? jve'mean just what we say and can prove it. See below a few prt<*es. Pood-fear Gkwe Dtick Boots $4 0<> Other brands from 2.40 to 5.00 Ladies* and children's boots 1.00 up The beet horse collar tor 3.00 Best Patent Flour per bbl. 5.50 ?8 qt. good heavy galv. pails 15c 2 for 25c. The best w?ork glove for 25c A fairly good horte blanket, heavy 75c Burlap stable blankets 50c Burlap stable blankets lined 75c A spledid line of stationary, see my ?5 and 10c tablets. A good soft top mattress for single, 2.00 doubl? 2.5o....

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

mCrtMO? ?n to rarc? 5 RGINIAN W?J? ?MTXnC PROMOTION GADWG LOWS* Uff .?* I OaaffTpLB^AU^pVOt T? UND R UC ! ii is the Best in Richmond!% A State D ^ily and a Good Weekly \ ARS NXCCSSARY t\' EVERY HOME. \ Tilt STATS DAILY IS The Richmond Virginian -<-*.?*r no experiment, but m-ann?-** from ttie ?tmrr by ti.O.'t I mmrhmtm, It ha? t>*al-ir*t?u?t ?ubucii priori Hat .vrr ?-?cure-il by u ?l-.i Iv p*pt In Vir-Jale la thj same tonfitb of time, ?id it I? .?!r-iJ/ ?loclir-d by Ic-aclln? peopl? to be the b*-at dally ltWl[l*WI publish?-*?* to Rlchmwod. Fall, Fair, Clean, Accurate News, Independent and Progressive! I It stand? f?sf th? material. Int?-"l?.tu?t. social end n-oral t of Vir?lnla. It alms to publ'sri nothing unfit foe tha W*M ?"J'cle?no opium, morphine or Liquor adTwUaexnenta, * lili RICHMOND VIRGINIAN Cf <*ds tlrn?M pur w<?ekfor one y?ear. BOTH FOR t_ Aart ewe 3curral ] $4.00 On?.-c cvtjry -*?*o"i 1er one y?*ar. Oro poomt can b-a sent to one...

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

STUDENTS BIOT IN ST. PETERSBURG 8T. Pa*"*BRSBCRC.. Special?Riot st the ?ntvereiti <>t St. r burg wss renewed with the pos oMmAo result that ? -tent in I ?ala will . a sink.?. The stu? dents of th? ly of Tomsk. St Tomsk. Siberia, sent word today t* thm leader of the students here that they. too. would pursi -? a policy ot violence unless demand?, -?-rere grant? ed. So serious Is the situation that the rector and pro-rector of St. ttrsburg University resign??*!. Th? poll?**? made "'?0 additional ar -rests durtn*- the morning, it was di? eter? ?I. although the authorities have smS'm policy ot and re fose-d to give out any Information. Riot ini- stud?^nts marched through the Streets singing revolutionary BOagl end cheering ror the late Count Tolstoi, whose memory they all idol? ise. Soldiers wer? dispatched from the barracks to guard the university bu ltd in Kp, and in a skirmish with these several of the students w?-re hurt. The Uves of several of the profes? sors...

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

L WEEKLY SHORT STORY fcUNOK'S "ifr'TKKXMN OFF. ??y ?TeeHy Allen. It was the proud boast of Mr. and stra, James Regan that their flower foot In that plebeian vehicje, a trolley foot iu that plebeian vehicle, a trollev ?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 these days belonged to the dark ages of Regan family history, 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 tsrtng pockets, the fair Elinor had at her oisposal a variety of private ve? hicles, from a tiny electric runabout to a ?so 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...

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

WANTS *?KM? WAXTF.IT>. WORK FOR LESS THAN 09A\S9 per week. Write Sick Bene 09 Insurance and make more. Ad dreee. giving references. SUPT. MU? TUAL INSURANCE CO.. 6th A Broad treets. Richmond. Vs. If yon want to buy a PARI ?swntry home, will give you long time at 6 per cent. Interest only. Write M. Dsvidson. :>4 Chamber of Cotn Bldg.. Richmond, Va WANTED?Thirty cpoks and gen? ii workers, farm and dairy hands; waiters and hutlers. Transportat inn advanced with Martin ?~t Slaughter, 28 Nor,'* Ninth Street, Richmond. "FOR SALE?Rhode Island Red Eggs at $1.25 for 15. Mrs. J. H. Math* "Lahore. Va. IIA IR GOODS. L THE LATEST VARIS FASH * IN HAIR DRES8ING. All hinds of hair on hand or made to order. Combings made into Swit "Pompadours. Cuffs, 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 borrowed you pay $7.50 per month, together with 57c interest ...

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

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL ] VOL. Vlli. MATHEWS C H^VA., THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1911 NO. 7 ' Is? E. Mumford, Pres., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. ?nd Cashier. GLOUCESTER- MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,009 MATHEWS C. H., VA. tbe aocounU of firms and individ?ala and offers to customers tioa consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Maney la Tamil Cev ered By Burglar Ins?ra???. Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M C. D. CLINTON CONTRACTOR FOB EQUIPMENT AND RE PA IK? IN 4s, WAITS SUPPLY. WINDMILLS, PRESSURE TANKS. PUMP ZNG1NIS, ACETYLENE GAS, GASOLENE GAS, BLXCTBIC UtBHTING, BELLS AND TELEPHONES, HEATING, BANGES. SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES. Dlxondale, Va. Dr. M. S. FOSTER Dentist OaTAa? Over Sibley Bros". MATHEV'W, C. H.. VA. Hours: f to 12 and 1 to 6. LES IE C GARNETT Attorney-at-Law. MATHEWS, VA. Will practice In the Courts of the Counties of Matbews. Middlesex and Gloucester. OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. Bfabillii Monday, March 13th, the Stea...

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

ALLOW R. F. & P. TO RAISE RATE Rl ? H MOND. VA Special *aTI?s State Corporation * oniuiission "*ins handc-d down :i ?iecisiou in the VYed' - ?mac i road, an?! n "rd??r permit tint?; the "1 t?> rl mil?- on us ; fr??m this city t?> Quantico, the north ern uni; April 1st The pr?'i?Vnt rat? ?ents a mile?. The ?-?<m pan) ?keel to be .It" charge 3 cents a mile. Juei?.- Ithea fileei iting opinion In favor ol ?continuant ??? of the present S-?cant rate. Th?? majority opinion was con? curred In by J neiges Prentil and IrVingtiolel. Text ??I < <'iiimlRsl?)n-s tinier. Following is the d?BCtaion of the ma? jority of the rnrnisslaaluii The commiaalcjBj ha insj maturely ?roneidere?! the evidence and the ar arnment <>f counsel. t?>i the reasons ?stated in the written opinion tiled as part of the record, doth ad judge, pre ?scribe and order as follows: t. That from and after the first day of April. l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 23 March 1911

THE AUTOMATON DETECTIVE By BRINSLEY MOORE COPYRIGHT 1911 It was my aister who was responsi? ble for Chanler Rao's engagement at Highcllff Moor School. Sh?? burnt into my consulting room one morning !n July In her usual breathless faahlon. "Hex has won his scholarship," she exclaimed. "Isn't It splendid? Dr. Seamon ?ay? he has done awfully well, and he I? very pleased about it. I felt 1 must run up to town at once and t?-ll y?ju." Hex ia my nephew and godson. 1 duly expressed my gratification at his ?ucci-su. Ho is a nice, bright lad who la going to make his mark. "Ho will g;o up to Cambridge in October,'* continued Hex's motner, with becoming pride In the growing Importance of her first-born. "it makes me feel quite old to think that I shsJl soon have a son at college; it seems only the other day the child was in th? nursery. . . But what I really came about la this: Speech Day is on the 87th. The ?ch?>ol has done remarkably well In all sorts of way??sports, scholarships ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 23 March 1911

lMJk a the treest-and under Ihe-dead ht ar aintl you and von will se? is of rhe season. bu?!s and g' >s. This mean? its ?um- t? ft to w .rk. Platrt peas and p toes, 3'ou can pet the very best quality . W. Wood'? and 1>. M. Fci s of all *orts Ik re. Irish Cob rt, Karl y Roec and Green Moun- ' i the pritttest you ever saw Early ska Peas, Seed Oats, Garden. "**?c?r*da in packages and in bulk. Oliver Chilled Plows ami repairs in It. All kinds plow castings, also, unpion, Dixie and While's chilled -vs. Low prices on Pittsburg-, Perfect Fence, and poulty wire. Bart? wire and Plain wire. Also agent for Deering Machinery and repairs. All aorta of groceries, dry goods, notions, hats, shoes, trunks, satchels, Tare, enameled ware, cook stoves and ranges, chairs, beds, matting, rugs and what ever you want at prices *>ou will hnd hard to beat. Paying highest prices for ?poultry and eggs, all the time. The lates; up to the minute men's dress pants. If 3-0? cant fi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 23 March 1911

it 1ft. TOI. jfo?tcr XTa?lov AND George tWIasbin?ton TRcvcr ?ol?> a X?e t T\ Business Politics we enjoy tlu s im. : reo it itio:i as George \V ishin^ton e:.j >ye 1 in hi-* p-ivite a n d public life. T'Vj "N : TELL A " to any customer; we <lja*t h ivj to, because we build only "*HONES l" cloth -s as 1 do bisiness only on "lIONTE-*ir" principles. r We mike suits that satis? fy?"In testimony whereof" we foint to the most critical dressers in town as our lovai patrons. U\Va guarantee the highest f work m tniship, the most excellent imported and domestic fabric*. PERFECT EIT and in tire satisfaction throughout. c Von are sincerelv invited to inspect our ALL WOOL display of *]p*to tute fabrics. Voj never dreamed that such excel old l>* proenred at such prices. JvVe cm undoubtedly save v ) i a >ney on v>:ir S;irin_; and Summer clothing. 1ft. mil. jfoster bailor ?nig Store BID. flD.itbcwo C. Tb. m -3? On display at Marchant* ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 23 March 1911

CORPORATION TAX CONSTITUTIONAL Public ?Service Corporations, in ffssimce, Are Private Corpora? tions, and Hence They Must Come Under the Corpora? tion Tax Law. WASHINGTON, D. C?Special.? The Puitid States Supreme Court holds that the corporation tax la conatltutlonal. The .?pinion wat? de* llvered by Aaaoelate Just The division wan unanimoua. iaion was aw?c?eping in ?*.<? ?tail. e\ery objection being ovorruh.l Juili;? bay ?al?i In part "Thia c*ourt deal? only with the ?r*ona*.itutlonality of the tax. As to puhlU- ser\ t<?> corporations, it ia elaJm. i! that they exoreine.t official semi governmental fun and that they should not be ??object to this tax. "No argument, howe\ ?>r. ??an eliml auste the fact that they are private ?MM-porationa. and that they are Bfrxtd for the benefit of the stock? holders, and that they mum eomo un ?Ber th?* corporation tax." IllKtory or the Cane. It wan as an adjunct t?? the Payne Aldrich tariff law that the c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 23 March 1911

c WEEKLY SHORT STORY Mi ?MA \M> >l VKK1 M.I i:Y MAUDE PAB William Douglas, manager of Thor nybrook. strode to the- telephone and rang three times. A lovely voice, with a little yawn In It, answer. "May I see you a few moments, , Mia? Annie-.'" queried Douglass. "It'a ? a matter of importar: William," returned th? lovely voice. ? v'onie right over." Annie Thernton, owner of Thorny brook, awaited the manager in a sun flood, ?! r.-om in the handsome old house. Misa Thornton was goo?l to look upon. In a ruffled, trailing morning gown, and with dewy eyes that looked forth contentedly on a pleasant world, she was ravishing. Or so thought William Douglass, anyway. William was la love with his employer. Hia homely, trustworthy fa? i pale. He had not slept much for two nights trying to decide on just what he was going to say. Now he found hia speech curiously hard t<> deliver. "Miss Anne," he began. "Yes," encouraged Miss Anne, in a tone of voice s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 23 March 1911

WANTS WATTED. WORK FOR LB8S THAN ?IC.be per week. Write Sick Bene fat Inauraaoe and make more. Ad ?areas, giving references. SIPT. MU. TTJAl. INSURANCE CO.. >Sth ?ft Broad fttreeta. Richmond. Va If you want to buy a FARM, or ?SOuntry home, will give you long time ?at 6 per cent, interest only. Write M. Davidson. 64 Chamber of Com saoroe Bldg.. Richmond, Va H Alai ?OOP8. Ala, THB LATENT PARIS FASH? IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. All kinda of hair on band or made to order. Combings made into Switches, Pompadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfac? tion guaranteed. HUGHES, 20i? North Third St. Richmond, Va. ff ANTED. SECOND RAND BAG8 AND snrisp, any kind any Quantity; write tor priesa RICHMOND BAG "OM PANY. Richmond. Virginia, <s??snsaBaaBa?snnc= r?s,i. " - n *" WANTED OFFICE MANAGER for branch office In each county and city is stats to manage our real est?t and lsatn business We furnish all sup pilaa and full directions, and forward bayera to our local offices. Exclusive larrttory. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 30 March 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VIU. MATHEWS C. R.?VA., THURSDAY, MARCH 30. 1911 M 6 M E. Mumf ord, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. WGLOUCESTER- MA THEWS * BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital I $50,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. Bkattott? the aooounts of firms and Individuals and offers to aaeommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Mamaj la Yault Cev ered By Burglar Iasuraaee. urs* 9 A. M. to 4 P.?M. ?Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M C. D. CLINTON COHTRACTOR FOB EQUIPMENT AKD REPAIRS DT WATER SUPPLY, WnmMILLS, PRESSURE TAXES, PUMP HO E9Q1KBS, ACETTLE?fB GAS, GASOLINE GAS, EIJECTBIC UtTHTDrO, BELLS AKB TELBPHOHBS, HEATTlfQ, | BAHGES. |M SPECIFICATIONS AUD ESTIMATES. Dlxondale, Ya. ?Dr. M. S. FOSTER Dentist. Offlee Ovsr SIbley Broa*. MATHECV C. H.. VA. Offlee Hours: ? to 11 and 1 to S. LES IE C GARNETT Attorney-at-Law. MATHEWS. VA. Will practice in th? Courts of the Counties of Mathews, Middlesex and Gloucester. a/MJ) DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. Effective Monday,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 30 March 1911

FIRED 30 SHOTS AT SAN MARCOS ?A fUM'Htt'S shot** Ol \ \-- \T K\M.i: ol \ 1 \ Mil 1 v I'NITKD STA ' VBIUK ?NT. <>"???? Ms: guras. ?1 U?l?!- TS Of ?i th?' ?i?*rly the Texas In ;?n ? \ ibility <>t niodcru - of th? irroor pi .i>uut the vicinity of the tin i ii?;vll> ?battli-ship ?>r ih. i intlc fi?*?t /??r wa-oa Ti<i the ordnenoe experta of both the navy ami the army th<- exp-erlrm being made. Af . ? igle sighting shot?, all of whi?-h fell short, twenty volleys w.-r? ?fir-ed, which resulted ?is ..in ? First Volle*! twelve an*] eight-inch rifles) fell 1,000 yards short. ond voile). a hit. Third volley, a splendid hit, raising n ?-loud of dust and ?i?'i>ris. Four? h evidently ripping a taxough Fifth volley, fell short. This BBlVS -was tired from a distance of fully ?even ami one-half miles, far heyon?! end of battleship column. Sixth volley, two projectiles fell ehort ami four ove...

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