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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 13 April 1911

MI LAM THE GUARANTEED RECONSTRUCTIVE TONIC What Milan* fa MI LAM is a vegetable remedy, absolutely free from mercury, potash or alcohol. Contains no opium, morphine, ccecaine; atrychnine, arsenic or other dangerous drug?there in ab? solutely Lothing in it that can be harmful to any one, and it ia guaranteed by us under the Pure Food and Drug Law. M ILA M WILL KEEP YOU WELL AND STRONG THIS SPRING. What mi lam Doem M1I.AM purities and enriches llie blood, tonen up the stomach, stimulates an increase?! flow of the pancreatic juic?-tt, thus aiding il?R-e*tion ann er??ating a hearty, healthy appetite. It ?'tams the system of all germs and impurities, restoring the body to per? fect health. What Milan* is Doing for Others, t? in my rwtlmaUoa. a D. Jeffemon, r.b Wow* Tour wondairul medicine Oodaand to humanity. C Uri.l At?.. llnMookf. V?. Adir taktntr (It? bottle?. I rained ten ponr.rt?. 1 ronimrararl XlUm to til needinc a tonic. J. r*. William?. Itn. Tobacco Co.. H? ?TItW Va My hearing U ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 13 April 1911

WANTS AGENTS WANTED. ?ONT WORK KOK LESS THAN $26.00 per we k. Writ?. Sick Bene ?t Insurance and make more. Ad? dress giving references. SUPT. MU? TUAL INSURANCE CO., 6th ?a Broad Streu, Richmond, Va if you want to buy a FARM, or eemntry home, will give you long time sat I per cent. Interest only. Write M. Davidson. 64 Chamber of Com Bldg.. Richmond, Va. HAIR GOODS. THE LATEST PARIS FASH? IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. All kinds of hair on hand or mads to arder. Combings made into Switches, Pompadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfac? tion guaranteed. HUGHES, 201? North Third St.. Richmond, Va. TYPEWRITERS RENTED. ? month a $5. Rent applied on pur jfceas. We can save you 26 to 60% on 4*ay make of typewriter. Write to ?ay ?or particulars. AMERICAN jrmiTING MACHINE CO., 605 East 8treet, Richmond, Virginia. RUR IT OUT. aWHBREVER ACHE OR PAIN IS LO eated?stiffness and soreness of muscles or Joints?rub in Frayaer'a Great Nerve and Bone Liniment, and the pain disappears; the .Testest all-round liniment in us...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 20 April 1911

THE MATTHEWS JOURNAL ? ? ? * ' ? . ? VOL. VIH. MAJHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, APRIL 20. 1911 NO. II Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite ft jroti need anything In this line get our price before placing order. It la a conced? ed tact we are doing the largest fa Tidewater Vir? ginia. The latest Improved ma? chinery with which our plant Is equipped en? ables us to turn out the highest class work at most reasonable prices. We pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work In ceme? tery. We respectfully invite you to call and inspect our large stock of ftnlshed when In Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON llth Street and William Ave. NORFOLK. VA. On Pin? Beach Gar Line. Phone S7B1. & BL Mumford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER- MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. SoMasts the accounts of firms and Individuals and offers to customers ?vwry sseoniinodatloD consist...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 20 April 1911

DlSAPPOmUD OVER ELECTIONS Profitait That Two Committee As sijruments of Seven Does Not Do Progressives Justice?Are Kicking on Senator Martin's Action. t Washington, d. ?lartin. of Virginia; Culboraon, ol North Carolina; fke. of Ar-, tankhead, ol AlaiMama. Fletcher. ->f Florida; Wil Ha aw. of Mlseiseippi; Kern, of Ind and Hitchcock, of Nebras The I ere.;,.] : | i te 111 ' " I crui ng committee of th< ate. as named last evening by Senator Martin, tnn- .1er. The rol which Martin ? 11 chosen leader a ia SI, as agaii r ?htvet] Jluii With .1 vote of 1H to 21. progi Democrat* made no re? ?< i last evening <>\er their disappointment at r< Iiik phv es on the steering committee in the proportion of but - to 7. The representatives of the progressives are Kern and Hitchcock. The i onclusions of the steering com? tnittee are to he Submitted tO S CSUCUS for approval. The committee will be? gin its task this afternoon. Soma ot the m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 20 April 1911

DIES FROM DOG ? LICKING HIS HAND! - Canine Developed Symptoms of Hydrophobia and Was Being Treated. NKW YORK.? Special.? Abraham Nahon, former secretary of the i Jew York American League baseball club, died toda*y of rabies in the Neurol? ogical Institute, 149 East Sixty-sev? enth Street, the result of a pet dog licking his hand several months ago. Nahon had been attending his pet dog. which waa ill. when the animal licked his chapped hand. Several days , later the animal developed symptoms ' of hydrophobia and was killed. L.KXINGTON. KY., April 10.?The Deaton-Smith feud In Breathltt coun? ty has boen reopened. Jason Deaton waa shot and Instantly killed by Anee "White last night- Deaton was recent? ly acquitted of complicity in the mur? der of John Abner. the Breathltt couny feudist. last summer. Deaton waa a foe of Ed. Callahan. the former Hargis leader. VA. STATE Y. M. C. A. GLOSES ITS SESSION MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE NAME!?} AT CI.OSIN't; OF CONVENTION IN CHARLOTTKSYII.l.E. w CHARLOT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 20 April 1911

Special Olothing SALE e Heres Why We had an opportunity some days ago to secure at a special price a bin lot of suit? for men and boys We of course look advantage of this very unusual bar? gain. This is a great saving, one that seldom happens so early in the season and we are glad to share it with you. Every suit in the lot i~ guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in every detail. Boms* Suits Wotfth 6.50 Special Price 49S ?v. 50 450 4.10 M " 3.50 3.50 M " 2.69 Mens* Suits Worth 16.50 Special Price 13.50 15.00 " M 12.50 12.50 10.50 ic.oo M M 8.25 1 WyaLtt Wolffe MATHE.WS, VA SSrown's Look at the trees and under the dead grass around you and vow will sec .sima of the season, buds and green grass. This means Its Mme to get to work. Plant peas and pota? toes, you can get the very best quality of T. W. Wood's and D. M. Ferry*? .seeds of all ports here. Irish Cob blrre. Early Rose and Green Moun? tain the prittiest j'ou ever saw Early Alaska Peas, Se e d Oats, Garden Seeds In packages a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 20 April 1911

, Permanent Satisfaction That's the idea. The novelty of Foster clothing never wears off. Why take chances on the sweat shop when~ri?ht"here in your own county you can have a suit made your order, ' Cut for YOU. made ON you. YOUR choice. The *tyle. the trimmings, everv little detail "As You Like It'' Foster suits displav to the critic the good taste of the wearer and the cateful pains-taking work of an ex* -pert tailor. v IRe m Jfo?ter bailor Drug Store Bid'?. Telephone Mathews C. H DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER >_y^SESL0CT Can be l.nd tere sccrrdirr.rto need?. It make* no difference wha yon require in the lumber line it is here to be promptly delivered en jcu order. It makes ivo difference eitbe what quantity on want We will send yon a Mtall lot just as cheer f 11113' as if^it be a bi^K'er'one. Portsmouth Retail Lumber Corporation COP. H?G.H A1>IO CHESTNUT 8T8. Boll Phono 2163 pOFTSiwiouTH TSAOt MIMIK REGISTERED. J ROYSTER FERTILIZERS. ?FOUNDED ON MERIT BASED O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 20 April 1911

THE SUBSIDING OF THEODOSIA By EVELYN VAN BUREN* COPYRIGHT 1911 Out in th?> Kitchen The?>doela was | xnlxlnK bread. Bvnrybody was out of the hous?* and everything was quiet. except the Inward vole?? o? T dosla s discontent. ?Just think, you're n?>arly thlrty flv.<: Thirty-five Isn't old if yo?: marri???! woman. l">ut it's old. old If you'r? not married." A lliitterlriK >?Kh from The?>d?>s.a as she straighten? d her slim shoulders and bent a?raln. working Bercetjt at th?? l?r?>ail-mlxiiiK "If you'd t??vri b?>rn homely. Th?v> doaia <'arey--but you weren't. To? wer?? b?>rr. pr?tty in a ?rax, with your hair naturally curly and ilnhtlsh. and sound white teeth? " Th.MHlosla's head ?ironped ami her whit.- plqae sl.eve absorbed the tears. acaldtnc. ?alt-stinft-inK t?vars that aaa** witli the force of Infrequeney. ? ?i)h." moaned Theodosia, ?'It's not ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 20 April 1911

MI LA M r THE GUARANTEED RECONSTRUCTIVE TONIC What Mllam Im MILAM ?r g vegetable remedy, absolutely free from mercury, potash or alcohol. Contains no opium, morphine, cocaine; strychnine, arsenic or other dangerous drug?there is sb solutely nothing in it that can be harmful to sny one, snd it is guaranteed by us under the Pure Food and Drug Law. MI LAM WILL KEEP YOU WELL AND STRONG THIS SPRING. What Mit am Doma M11. AM purifies and enriches the Mood, tones up the stomach, stimulates an increase?! How of the pancreatic juices, thus aiding digestion and creating a hearty, healthy appetite. It drains the system ol all germs and impurities, restoring the body to per? fect health. What Milan* is Doing for Others. Your w/OTKir-rfnl inrdiclnc la in my mUmaUoti. a <io?t-?THl W> homanitv. C. I>. J-ffrrsin, 3~:< W?w>d land Ave.-. Kotutok?-. V?. Aftrr takln* tro bottle?. I irain-xl Uv\ -wnrvlm I rH'uinmrnd Mllam to ?II nettling- a ?aata*. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 20 April 1911

WANTS "WANTED?166 MEN AND WOMEN, laborers, farm, dairy bands, butlers, vr alters, porters, cooks, general workers, maid. For Richmond. Va.. and North. Transportation advanced. MARTIN A COMPANY. SIS E. Broad BC, Richmond, Va. AtjEXTS ?ANTED. DONT WORK FOR LESS THAN $26.00 per we k. Write Sick Bene? fit Insurance and make more. Ad? dress giving refereaaaja, SUPT. MU? TUAL INSURANCE CO., 6th A Broad Strets, Richmond, Va. il you want to buy a FARM, or country home, will give you long time at 6 per cent, interest only. Write ML Davidson, 64 Chamber of Com? merce Bldg.. Richmond, Va. HAIR GOODS. Arab THE LATEST PARIS FASH? IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. AH kinds of hair on hand or made to order. Combings made into Switches, Pompadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfac? tion guaranteed. HUGHES, 203 North Third St.. Richmond. Va. TYPEWRITERS RENTED. I months $5. Rent applied on pur hssi We can save you 25 to 50% on ;ay make of typewriter. Write to ?*ay for particulars. AMERICAN A7RITINQ MACHINE -CO., 605 East ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 May 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VIII. MATHEWS C H.f VA., THURSDAY, MAY 4. 1911 NO. I * Monuments and Grave[ Stones in Marble and Granite f you need anything In this line get our price before placing order. t is a conced ?d^ fact we are doing the largest In Tidewater Vir? ginia. The latest Improved ma? chinery with .Which our plant la equipped en? ables us to turn out the highest class work at moat reasonable prices. We pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work in ceme? tery. v We respectfully invite you to call and Inspect our large atock of finished whan In Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON r llth Street and William Ave. NORFOLK. VA. On Pine Beach Car Line. Phone 3762. r Il IL Humford, 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 firms and Individuals and offers to customers accommodation consistent with good hanking Interest Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 May 1911

WANT f Ain TRIAL FOR MC ?AMARA Accused Secretary Says He Is Con? fident if Not Made Victim of Plot?Prosecutor Promises Fair Trial?McManigal Says He Destroyed Records. M \M1IM. ion, l?. !.. sp.? ml. lt?'l>i ???.? iiiam. K?-ii>>. oi Indiana, SSSJB) 1< b_iaplo-<l IIm* aiilhori ii.- o? lurilanap? IK lor detallM na t?> the ?rrrt? ol McXamara, the InImh i. .h; i who i- charged with ?l> namltlng. Mr. K?-i !>>'-. reQUCUl lor iiil'or ttuttioii WSa prompt ?ed bj a lolo cnnu win? h he re*'el*t?rd tudaj lifiiii the laboring men in Ms ilw Irht. It the re|d> Of the I tt?liaiia|>o 11? ?iillioi itie- indicate^ lb.II >i> - ?amara lui- aeeu mobil?, ?lo I?ri\e4i oi hi? liberty. Kerb) will a-k for .1 < on-re?ioinl investi? gation. LOI isvii.l.K, hY? ByeeW_ tIm- I sited Trade* and Labor \ se?ibi> in l,ouiv\ iiie. in a resolu? tion coadt' Min...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 May 1911

I DI DREAD OATH OF CAMORRISTS I Sash New Member Has Fteah E Bunged and Blood Spilled When Enrolled?Bloody Crimea iV-d Secret Plots Reveal ed Against Italians. V, V The uaui. *'l JMx*r on my honor to bo ItUthful to the tiunorra, an the _h*aa_Ba Is falUirul to me. As my ne*d? i* now bunuxi ami u drop ol my blood is now spilt, ho nuiy ?jail my body bo cmsuimxl ?n?| all siy blood be hImnI if I ever break r?ilh with ?>r leave tibe Camorra." One may approuch the considera? tion o? the trial of thirty-six mem? ber? of the Camorrlst Society, jointly chHTK' d with murder. fr?>m ;_? muuy avenues as there are fingers on two gSBda If th?? start' be made from Palermo. th?> Sicilian capital ami headquarters of the sister society, the Maiia. which aeatlaa la the shadow "i Mount Etna, ?>n the anaay eaaat, ?r? have hrst the story of the asnas staatioa of Detective J?>s?ph Petro ??iiio. of the; New York police depart? ment, who was h? re to draw ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 May 1911

- special Olottilna ? sale HerfiS Why We had ah opportunity some da**s ago U>3ec-'re at a special price a big lot of *_its \dt men and boys We of course tookadVahlflK?; of this very unusual bar? gain. This is a great saving, one that seldorh happens so early in the season and we are glad to share it with you. Every suit in the lot i~ guaranteed to ?iv? perfect satisfaction in every detail. Bous* Suits Worth ?.50 Special Trice 498 <-5o 4.50 4- V> 3 SO 3S0 M M 2.Gg Moris? ' Suits Worth 16.50 Special Price 13.50 1500 12.50 12.5a 10-50 U ic.oo ,% M 8.25 Wyatt Wolffe MATHElWS. VA 3Brown's Look at tl e t???--esand uncer the dead brass around you and vou will see siens of the season, buds and green grass. This means its ?ime to get to work. Plant peas and pota? toes, you can get the very best quality ??bf T. W. Wood's and D. M. Ferry's seeds of all sorts here. Irish Cob birrs. Early Rose and Green Noun lain the pritticst j'ou ever saw Early Alaska Peas, See...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 May 1911

Iftew Clotbe? for ?16 Take your old clothes to Foster and haVe them cleaned, mended ami pressed into newness. Fancy vests drv clened Deli cate fabrics nicely laundered or dyed with? out the slightest injury. Alterations neatly and quicKly made. price Xt9t CLEANING AND PRE9SINO SCOUHINQANO SRCS8INQ PRESSING Men's Suits .75 .?o 1.00 *' Coats .50 .3** .60 " Pants .25 .15 .35 Ladies Coats .50 35 .60 Plaited Skirts .75 .50 1 1.00 Plain .35 .25 .50 Xaunt-rp Send ycur laundry to The Crvstal Lain dry, in Norfolk. R \V. Foster Agent. Basket closes Wednesday morning9o'clock, returns Saturday morning. 1R. m Jfoetcr ?JTatlov brug Store Bid'jr. Telephone MatheivsC. H. DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER p? ^ _** A s*_* Can be had lore ace?- rdii j? .to nc<*?1s. It makes no difference ?Aha VOM require in the liurber line it ?j h^r? t?> ?>?? promptly delivered on ycu i. It makes no difference cithe it quantity ou want We will mono you ;? small lot just as cheer fully as i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 May 1911

THE SAILOR By D. E. DEDMODY COPYRIGHT 1911 A lady anil n m n! ?.man wer?? seated] ?a th? w?*award fr??nttn* veranda of ai middle-? la*? hot.d at a ml?1?ll?'-?*lrt8s Hint on th?- eaatern roast of the I'nl ted Htatea The hour was ,?arly and mm other tourner- Rhared th?* m??rnlnn ?mini. Th?> two were apparently In gKTf.v-t ' ?cord with n p??rf??ct day. In relaxed attltudee. n?u *p??aklnir. the? absorbed th?- lumitlfr hour, mlrt ed with 'luv dr?*ama th.it were rolored. ?r ?,,i > th.? minlH wimp* befon t)i. in v i?rteh <>r th?- swinging <t ? th<- HI entran???-, a few pa<rea to thrii tiuht. disturbed th??ir reveries. A jrouth m th?? uniform of th?? Imerl can briskly ?prang Ilirhtb losrn th.- at p~ ;ih? rapi.U\ ? elk, lus *hea?t litte.I and his h ? turn.-.I ?anl where beyond the white-rimmed ?on- Hve-green man-of-war lay at anchor in th?- offing. He was a nat? tily groom?ed. elender h??y. but his ?tH?l? was master...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 May 1911

tlnth?Sprin "S''?ii run no n>k ia takillg MII.AM-no ri^k d> \our health becSNM it i?>.it.?rn n?> ?I or otli.i l.mt <>? habit lotninn; ilr.ii;; nu ri-k lu \our pur molli'V will I? i. I iiimI? il :l ><iii ill?- SOI I-? lu lid il. It n?>t oui?, i ?.?<?? .ill ?Il-??.?-.???- ati? ing fr?>in impur?-, imi>o\ ?? r ?-1. ? il ?>r acM l>l?n??l, hut i? ? genuine RECONSTRUCTIVE rONIC.?_estisgsspHita ?Uliss digestion au?! iMpartisg ?treagti' ami mm to Um hUIm ? vitcm. it i? brttW le ?t.in MW tli.tn to ?*i?it until you Imvr to A-k .?n> trwtcM ?lui li.oi'l! ??- MII.NM .il- "it ;1k- ?-.il l'i.n ? ion il ?-M-, or ?rile (or l*x-W i?l 1?-; n.<ni.,K Sri f.tl.SSp? bMtttr.eiotM.et. Tf~h MU.amMHMt.lM-" CO.. Im . lii?.i?.i.?r. V?. (^WEEKLY SHORT STORY ? HOW (RAKER CAME HOME. BY STACY E.' BAKER. The city-cut clothes and Van Dyke beard ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 May 1911

WANTS V-MTED IRRES! trvde. Only cifiht weeks required. 'Wages after hrst month. s position gaarantosd. Writs 'or eet aaogae. MOLRR1 BARBES uiL LKOE. 207 Bowery, Now York City. AGENTS w IN TED. BON*T W?HK POR UB88 THAN S2&.90 per we k. Write Sick Dsas _t Insurance and make more. Ad? dress giving r?f?renc?e, BUPT. Mi TUAL IN8URANCE CO, 6th & Broad Strets, Richmond, Va. It you want to buy a FARM, or home, will give you long time i per cent, interest only. Write Davidson. 54 Chamber of Cotn Bldg.. Richmond, Va? il AIR LOOPS. J___"THE LATEST TARIS FASH? IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. AH ?lads of hair on hand or made to order. Combings wade into Switches, Pompadours, Fulls, etc. Satisfac? tions guaranteed. HCGHES, 200 North Third St., Richmond, Va. TYPEWRITERS RENTED. ? mouth? $5. Rent applied on pur ___*. We can save you 25 to 50% on jay snake of typewriter. Write to 9*y for particulars. AMERICAN JPRJTING MACHINE CO., 605 East Btreet, Richmond, Virginia. Comnty School Tea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 May 1911

[ THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VIII. MATHEWS C. H.. VA., THURSDAY, MAY il. 1911 <S* NO. 14 i Monuments and Grave Stones 1 in Marble and Granite "if you need anything in this line get our price before placing order. It la a conced? ed fact we are dmng the largest In Tidewater Vir? ginia. The latest Improved ma? t-nine r y with which our plant Ms equipped en? ables us to turn out the highest class work at most reasonable prices. We pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work in ceme? tery. r* We respectfully invite you to call and Inspect our large stock of finished In Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON I 11 th Street and William Ave. 1 NORFOLK. VA. Ora Pine Beach Car Line. Phone S751. B. B. Mnmford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER- MA THEWS ? BANK, Inc. [ Paid Up Capital $50,000 fMATHEWS C. H., VA.^? ?olieita the accounts of firms and individuals and offers to eastessers sccommodation consistent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 May 1911

IWURE HULEO | IK TRAIN WRECK Rumored That Anpng the Passen? gers on Board Wert Residents of This City?Whole "Train Seems to Have Been Demolished. iin- Deas!. Bragdneei C T Pile her, "i Hunting fU>n. u \ ? KIrrniHii Ritchie, ol Hinton. \Y. Va The Iniiiretl. HINTON. WB8T va . Sp?cial. i? mall clerks, expr?s? measen? gen*, and several ol the p name.? unknown. Chesapeake and ? >hto Klyer No. -, (known as 'The P r" \'.." the Onesl train ??n the road), westbound, sml ?l??nly l?-tf the lails just w.-??? of Old Baltnlo, ??? tw. . n Mack? nsle and Thwr ntoini. w \ . this morning a bou I 10:3?? o'clock a?i?l was ?completely ?rr?*?"ki d Tiir engine snd tender were over turned and smashed, and the tirst six cars ami one Pullman and the dining car were derailed and wrecked. The exact cause of th?- accident his not yet ht n ascei tained. The train was aptpedlng w ? st when, without a ?*?>r?i nl warning, it left the rails ami went crashing Into an embankment The en...

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