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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 May 1911

_*__ ?M^??i?^?.?wm????????'????<???*roi? ,xjLL Iiune pprin? ??bbbs\w * *< Ain |?IA?I? THE TONIC i Tat ^*>fowyou af'D ^aa? ^^aa^^ ^^^ -HssI^h^r^?BY s i"yr*m'/sf ? ^?aS**$* **??*? w?? ? ??? . nj?i if * -yT-^*_<~jPJJ IA^t^ti*" **rf *^?^9C ??^ .^aS^a^SryjrI SV 7 ^?T* Von run no ri'k In taking MILAM?no risk to your h?ralth. be?ause It contains no alcohol or other fSlae stimulant or li.il.it turniing drug; no risk to your purse, because your nuinry mill Ik- icfumleii il you nrr n??t beru-titi-d. It not only cur??? all diseases aris? ing from i?ipurr, imp?r?\?-rish?.-d or a?.id blood, but is a genuine RECONSTRUCTIVE TONIC, ?.ri-atmg appetite, ai.iing digestion and imparting strength and vigor to the entire system, it is bettci to start no? than to wait until you have to. A.-k any dntCgial who harvi!--- Mil \M d- -t tlir satisfaction it nives, or write for book of testimonials. Price. II ?0 pet bcSUS.SiorSt.aji, THE Ml LA M MEDICINE CO.. Inc.. Dam...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 May 1911

WANTS WANTED?TO BUY OLD METAL I all kinds, brass, copper, etc.; rags I all kinds; scrap rubber of every rrlption, soots and shoes, bicycle auto '.ires, solid tires, second machinery, boilers and engines, aaarae shoes, plow casting and all WTOt Iron, stove plate- Highest cash nrlrea paid for all grades of old ma? terial. Write for complete price list. K Rose A Co., 416-124 Brook Avenue. aaathmond. Va._ .?0*g^?*????~~??"*"*??^*^~^*^"^** WASTE!? I-irge tracts of ash tim? ber. Write particulars. BRINSER ARSONS. South Richmond. Vs. _ ~~*~ AGENTS WANTED. ?HONT WORK FOR LESS THAN $25.00 per we k. Write Sick Bene? fit Insurance and make more. Ad? dress giving references, SUPT. MU? TUAL INSURANCE CO., 6th & Broad Strets, Richmond, Va. WANTED, LI VE AGENT"" For every city, to sell most effective disinfectant on the market; will pay big commission. Write for samples and particulars to the SOL. COLE MAN MAM FAt TURING CO., Mem? phis, Tenn. WANTED?YOUNO PEOPLE TO know that we have a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 June 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL **?*?***?***' ? ?? '- ' ??******?*****?**>? VOL. VIH. MATHEWS C. H.. VA., THURSDAY, JUNE I, 1911 NO. 17 B\ Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite If yon need anything In this line get our price before placing order. e It is a conced ed fact we are ig the largeat Tidewater Vir The latest Improred ma ? hlnery with which our plant OB equipped en? ables us to turn out the higheat 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 f sished rhen in Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON llth Street and William Ave. NORFOLK. VA. ?On Pins Beach Car Line. Phons 876S. C. H Mnmford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER- MATHEWS BANK,ZInc. Paid up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA.^ the aeeonnta of firms and Individ?ala and or ers te castemers s?*<&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 June 1911

HUHSMVmu DIAZ VillL STICK President Said to Have Decided That He Will Not Resign in the Midst of Anarchy. Rioters May Storm Palace. MKXICO CITY? S ilu gtoaa ? ourler t.> ? ersl -, th?- rebel lead? i Iiik apon him to capture the i pose Dtaa and prevent the loot! ; .1 would folios* id?.- mol? owtbr-eaks. Fisrueroa . en* c>ini|.?-?i ..( Cuerna vaca, forty miles away. l>nt it la report??! that ? mutin) | led t>y General ?Vsunsiolva has broken out in ii ia ? ? my. "Death u? 1>?.ia.-' MEXICO CITY. il.? After twelve huura of bio ?tins; with the poli.. -i?i tt oops p -i m of revolutionists who were shouting "I?eath to l?iax,'" an.l "Death t. rssa*ners, ' ? rder was partially restored in th?- capital early 1 The long expt*?'t?*?i revolt in M? xico City is now an accomplished fa | ><-r, rand turbulent crowds are gathering in va- j rious parts threatening to st?>rni th< ? ntial palace and han i: ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 June 1911

KICKED PEACE ENVOYS OUT Leaders Pay Little Heed to Him. In Spite of "Peace/' March Upon Capital?Peace En? voys Kicked Out of Rebel Camp. [ MBX ICO < ITY.?Special.?Efforts to ? Sk*ec*ure peace in the ?South have failed. General Kurique Zapata, Flgueroa's chitf ally, refused to siu peaco envoys from the Government when they reached his eamp yesterday, and when they returned laut night they a klcke?l out o? his head?4uart?-rs. Zapata ha? 4.000 men ami ban r. pu diated Madero completely, declaring that if l-'igueroa followed Mad? ro his own forces would maintain the revo? lution. F>oar Reyes' Ambition. General Reyes Is slowly Imw Olli Ing the man of the hour. His rsttmteoaent tliat he will not bee UBdldatS for tl??- presidency has won him many friends, evi-n though his Statement is r?--*aril??l by those most closely in touch with th?- Bitnation as a dipi?? matie evsaaon of his real aim?to be tl?-- military dictator of Mexico. Ths atadero followers fsar him. BnriQue...

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

Zimmer MiUinerij ! OpHT*T|SIC5 J-*--*-*-*-*-**-"*?*^^ WAT 27-29 Tras ^eP"**?rrir,en** has been replen iihsii \v'tjh all the latest styles and p%tttifm$f?f the Summer Season. Our Spring Season has been 3 ?Treat si-jcc?:' : judging by the reason? able prices and lair treatment we extend our customers. Special Ipricer on Sailors WtjQLtt Wolffe MATHEWS, VA. Look at the tr?*-csa*od un-Jer the dead jrrass around vou an?.? you wills see ?tr ' s trn s of the season, buds and jareen ?Trass. This means its ?ime to get to work. Plant pens and pota? toes, you can get the very best quality *>f T. W. Wood's and I>. M. Fcrrv's scsds of all rorts here. Irisb f-ob blrrs. Early Rose and Green- -Sio.in ta'.n the prittiest you ever saw Early Alaaka Peas, Se e d Qais, tiarden Seeds la packages and in bulk. Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs in stock. All kinds plow castings, al-^o .Champion, Dixie and White's chilled plows. Low prices on Pittsburg. Perfect Fence, and poultj* wire. Ba...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 June 1911

1H?w Clotbcs for ?lt> Tak-a yace o-l-J clothe? to Foster and have them cleaned, invaded and pressed into newness. Fancy vests dry cleneJ. Deli? cate fabrics nicely Jaundered or dyed with" out the slightest irjury, ' 4-t.-*-r-*iVtioj"?s neatly and quicKly ma.de. price Xi?t OLISNIN3AND PRE?3IN? aCOKimtiJ* ANO paaaaiNQ pumsin?,' Men's Suits -75 ?$**> ,-?-*? M Coats .5o -3S -6o M Pants .2$ .15 -35 Ladies Coats -So 35 ?<*> Plaited Skirts ? .7$ *$o i-oo Plain *' -35 ' ??*?$ -Co iaunfcrp Send ycur laundry to The Crvstal Lain dry, in Norfolk, R. W. Foster Agent. Basket closes Wednesda> morning 9 o'clock? returns Saturday morning. 1R. m poster -bailor Drug Store Bld'tf. Telephone Mathevvs C, H rr T.CW Store iRcw Sto?ti: E? M, BASSETT % pETTEB GROCERIES Ladies you'll be delighted. You.11 find everything torn clothes pips to canned peaches N1AV and i?tt tbe PRIfcSH. No u-ore dust and fly specs. No musty oders from 1*teW StOre stale groceri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 June 1911

THE ALTERNATIVE By ANNA McCLURE SHOLL j COPYRIGHT 1911 ^ Bhe a.pi>r?va?*h?-d Hi?- ?loor <?f h? r | lather's stml> OfmM th?- hot??* that al? ter all she TTiiKht n?.t tin?! him thor.\ and th?- ordeal of telling h?-r i*r? at ? -news would t>?- thus mercifully |t-oet poned l"nder her admiration <d him. Ttaad aja n ? real t.-ar <>t" hi?* Judgments, of his old-fashtoi row ?-od.- ?-??net-mim; th? p!;?< ? ? t w . rn?*n in the world, of his unalterable! preju?!:- I III 11.IN Instan*??? t>\ th? knowledge <?f h?-r di? rect ?iiM?h?-<lL. ?i. e >'i ? > ommand laid \ i*?<? *a*e*a*n igo upon her. She had ??*'t : ?only r*ha*-obeyed II la becoming friends! with Robert Undetrwood, but ha?i far beyond that forbidden point. H?-r tltnld knock brought ? n ?p?.i a c-ertain ' rt-*i?1it> in her Blend? ?ult ?>r i??r effort .?t - troL ii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 June 1911

.x2 mfte Sonn* 'Il M aV'as! I I JA ?? ^ jfP?^IS THE TONIC -i.1" **i^T,- ?-??v *??-r? *??iTST i v ( ?X, ****Bw **%i^ - ?* ??r??S??i' ?*-V'e ^ ?? ? - ~ ^A, ?*r^ s **?^i,'^'^*r*r^v?r-^****r-?-7^? \z"( >"**?^? *?, .*? y, -<cv*?Wv ? , ? -a? nKi ^?,. ^n n.m i -J-e? **faw*>3( BsV^^? v*- '**? V<W?>" %'ft'-' JrW^A'^ **r'*' ' '.'- "**. Vr>u run no ri-k In takip?; Mil.AM ? no risk to your health. BNBMt It lontnins no afcoBol <>r ctht-r Id-i- atissutan* ?>r habit forming ?lruK; n?> risk to jroui .iui>?? your money wil! -i? ar?* nut lu-tu-filed. It not onlv ?.lire* .ill dsatSSJM Injj tioiii imj>tirc. imi>o\ chid.?il or acid blood, but is a scnuinc RECONSTRUCTIVS T' 'N IC, ? reattaf aiipetitc. aidlag dig??Btion and imparting ?v?rfnRth and. nuoi to thr entire i sy?t?-tn. ?! i. l-i-o tS Start BO'S than to wait until you have to. A k any dru?-i,-nt who han-1?...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 June 1911

WANTS laatsBatTKD T> ?all kiuds. brass, ?-??pu. : . ?Sf all kinds; scrap nibb?-r of ? tSSsjcription, Imh?*s and s' ttreax. auu> - fsaas-sl machinery. boilera .)?:?', asase shoes, plow - and all aiaals of wrrx?t ir?on, and ts'ove pltats. H?hest cash prices i^iid for all ?grad-es of old * Writ?? for ?sssmplefe i ? L, ROSE A COMPANY. 116-42' I.rook Avenue. Rlchtoiend. Va. WANTED ?Uirge tracts of ash tim ?BST. Waits particulars. BRINSER ?A SONS. South Richmon-d. Va._ WaUTTEE?-? YOUNG PEOPLE TO atoarw that we have a special Intro -*s**act*?t>r7 rate in sjfoct until September *a****st. II purchased prior to above ?aoate. $30 will ?uy an unlimited (life) s-tr-holarship for either the Commercial ?or Saorthand course. Write for infor? mation WAIVES HI "SI \ ESS COLLEGE, Ukhmond, Va. HELP M ANTEP MALE. BECOME A CHAUFFEUR; EARN ftt> per "a?-?-!-. Positions s?*cured for all ?competent graduates. Day or night les? s-mis; actual practico at all our ?ks-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 June 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VIH. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1911 NO. IS I Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite If you need anything In this line get our price before placing order. It Is s conced *td tact we sre ?iolsg the largest la Tidewater Vlr tlnla. The latest -?Improved ma? chinery with which, oar plant fts *B<julpp?9d 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. Ws respectfully Invite you to call and Inspect our large stock of finished *sf*k "frasa In Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON ?5c NEWTON llth Street and William Ave. NORFOLK, VA. Oa Pine Beach Car Line. ? * Phone 8752. H B. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS . H., VA? Solicits the aoconnts of firms and Individuals and offers to customers accommodation consistent with good bankin...

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

CttMlNM. TRIAIS FOR TRUST HEADS Questions Regarding the Applica? tion of the Statute of Limita? tions Enter Into the Question. Duke, Ryan, Payne, Brady Involved. WASH inv. ton, D. C Sp? "*W*ht'th?. r the Individual defendant th?? t??l;?. . t***USfl COaa aro to bs ?.-rim tnally pr??-<?'cute?l. Of wli?-tlu-r th?-> will escape pr-asecutlon, is ?till un decided. 1>> th? terms of tho decision the Gov?rnm?ni ?.in pro-ceed ? riminally against all <?? ti??-* twenty-nine persons nan???! .?s defendants. Ths case Is bos being car?-fully considered 1-y the 1 ?? partm?*nt ?>f .Ins Neither Attorney General Wicker sham n??r any ?>f his assistants would make any Statement today as tO the proi'ai'U* ?-??urs?? r>f th?- Government, an?l n<> <le?isi<?n on that point is lik? ly to !??* made for severs] ?lays. In? quiries at the Department of Jus tit?* tins mornlns ?rere ? b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 June 1911

T*y? ARE REUNITED ,- AFTER 7 YEARS DrTt>it<i:i> POR si a in **? i VKs. REM A It II Y ? (?IWKl.M THINKS 7 YEARS REMADE THUM. I WASHINGTON, D. C, Special.? Two persons were married Saturday for the se? <?nd time, and neither of them iyid ?ver married anyone else. Backen 1903, down in Lynchburg, Va.. isWthry T. Uragg, aged twenty-one, and May K. Kubank, aged twenty, who had been schoolmates and early lov? ers, got married. But after six moritiis they separated because of In? compatibility. Mrs. Bragg getting a divorce and Mr. Bragg expressing himself as being well pleased over it. Bragg went to the Philippines and :ht school there. I'?*fore going, '?ever, he repented of the ?llvorce business and tried to win his former wife back again, but Mrs. Kubank, as she was then known, would havi? none of Jjjm. In the far-off Islands Bragg'?* devotion grew stronger every day, and each mail brought fervent letters of reawakened love. In which proposal of...

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

Loo? nt ?*?! o *t-?-e*?and unt.fr the dea??t WTBSB a r ??*,-* ?1 you and vou will ?<***-* S ?-na ?af ttxr rpaaon. ?""?"mis and t*fr?**eo gras**. 1*i***t? -means it? *irne to ?A*** to work.- aslant peas and p-***ta Toes, you can -ir****-t the **ery beat qualify ?of T. W. W?xHl'?t and D. M. Kerf y's ?ceda of all f-a-rCa Irire. Ir?sh Cob Ob rs. Early RMc aAi? G fee? Sfoun *ta".n th* prittu*-*rt you eter saw Early Alaska Peas, Seed ?f).?ts. GardgSj *$*e?da in packapt-r i:nl in tulk. Oliver Chilled tVt-o**-/? and repairs in Stock. All kinds plow castings, al-o ?Champion, Dixie and While's chi?led -plow?. Ix>w price? on Pitt-ifcttrg. Perfect .thence, anil poulty wire. Hart) wire and Plain wiie. Also agent for Peering WachineYy and repairs. All ?sort* of grocerie-?. (Try ???oot'i's, notions, bats, shoes, trunks, satchels', "?finware, enameled ware. ctx?k stoves ?and ranges, chair-*?. I'CkN, maiting", Tugs and what ever vou want a' pr.cCi ?you will hiul hard to bVa't. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 June 1911

??Pft*?.. ,,#?? k-^C*. ?V.t'l ?JV.-.1? |*Wcl.ased lv?*'*? /*re nij.n ?iji? ? with g?x*ds pur?, h a-o?d l-ane i. 1i-**-.,? **?*? ?*"*?- ?? '-"??-?--* Wgatt Wollte* ?*?-?***-? SPECIAL PREMIUMS GIVEN Wc have always K?ven mee premiums for tickets ?riven -aritai foods purchased at out store. I'nt we are now ^'.vitij^ special pre hiiuins during June and July. Bay he-re, save y?iur tickets and pur? chase with them attractive and useful premiums* This is sort of a profit-sharing proposition. 2>ress (Scofcs IDepart nient 29c French Voil I9cts. French Voils were ?29c. bit are now ?joint- at a sacrifice price i<;c Tliese voils in black, white and tan are very stylish and cool for sum? mer wear, igcts. per yard. 29c Y-amti Sillv lOcts. Plain and Fancy weave black and all popular shades. Sold elsewhere at 35c, our special price Joels, per yard, SOc. Marquisette 35c. Silk Marquisette in fancy pateras, many shades. Can be worn Over other collars making handsome effect. Specia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 June 1911

MMS Of HORSES AND HORSLMEN C.I M KM WATTS. -'O?*?-*, POR . Mill WOltl.ll ?.-, i II \>lll(?\. snows iiniM v. *?*) \\. ,1. (aruT A n???r? promising i<?t ??' >.. exnd lav? I trottina btred young ?artrr-s is rarely to t??- seen In ?sn** art ?va?J?* up exclusivel] ?n llu K? t r>l on? ?sire th.??? thoaM "?nui I?>? General C. <C- Wstts -it ? rtington, Ky , whos? iorsts are .?-. altered at the Kentucky TrottiiiK Hors. Btr-se-derai \ ration trark. in ?'harge ??t Zack Chandler. Sua trainer and driver. General Watts ??a. Imr? m All?? marl?- county, \ Thoujch tor m;?n\ years his; honit- has lx*?-ri al ?hail. ston. W. \.i.. with hlsj . iiir.j- r-*stabllshmeat, known raa tGreenhi lar Farm. ;it Konc<-vert?', but now th?- hoi si.? have been t.?k?-n t<? Kentu? ky. with th?- premu-r sir?'. eral Wattn. t:M 3-4, anil the yoiin?.* things m traimn-* quartered In th? "barn built by Senutui Bailey at th? tra?*k. n?-j?r ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 June 1911

- - Consumption Checked and In Early Stages, Cured by MILAM the great Reconstructive tonic and blood renovater We do not aet forth MILAM as a cure for consumption, but it haa proven ao bene? ficial to auch patients that we believe, and are supported in our belief by a practicing physician, that MILAM will arreat incip? ient tuberculosis or consumption in its early stages. We know that it greatly benefits ?ven those in the advanced stages. Read the following Scrofulitic Consumption City of Danville, State of Virginia?To-wit: I, Kdmund B. Mcade, Notary Public in snd for the City of Danville, State of Vir? ginia, do hereby certify that Abram Word, of Danville, Va., to me well known, did ap- ? pear before me, and being duly sworn, d?- I poseth and says as follows: -?-??**-? "For ten years prior to August, 1909, I was under the care of a regular physician. Last spring this doctor told me he could do me no good, and I tried another for four months without receiving any benefit from him. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 June 1911

WANTED-TO 1MY OU) METAL OF all kind**., brass, copper, ?tc ; rags ?at all kinds; scrap rubber of at ?saSseription, lx?ots and sh?>?-s. bicycle *-***?**. sut?? tires, solid tires. sccond hand machinery, boilers and engines. horse shoes, plow castings and all kinds of wrot iron, and stove plate. Blithest cash prices paid for all ?rradee of old material. Write for ?sotnplete price list. !.. ro COMPANY, 11*5-42*1 Brook Avenue. lUchsrnond. \ WAHTED?Large tracts of ash tim ?haW. Write particulars. BRINSER ?at BONS, South Uichmond, Va. "WANTED?YO I NG PEOPLaE TO knew that we have a special intro ?tactory rate in effect until Septe*nber hrat- If purchased prior to above ?date, $30 will buy an unlimited (life) scholarship for either the Commercial ser Shorthand course. Write for infor ?AINES BUSINESS COLLEGE, Richmond, Va. BECOME A CHAUFFEUR; EARN tS per week. Positions secur?id for all ?assapetent graduates. Day or night les ss-as; actual practice at all our schools NATIONAL AUTO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 15 June 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL I l , - - T VOL. VIII. MATHEWS C H.. VA. THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1911 NO. 19 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite need anything in this Une get our prie? before placing order. It to a conced w# art > largest ?a Tidewater Vlr glato The lateet laproTtd ma ?klaery with plant ablea ue to tarn oat the hlfheet claee work at moat reasonable prices. We pay freight and aire personal atten? tion to placing work In eetne _tery. We) raapeotfolly fnrite you to call and Inspect our larga stock of finished ?Ctfe ktosa la Norfolk. If unable to call write ns for catalogua LAWSON & NEWTON rj<\ '" llth Street and William Ara. NORFOLK, VA. " ? Baack Car Line. Ml EL W Mumford, Pre8M J. P Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Caahier. GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 SZ MATHEWS . H? VA.^ BeMelts the aeoonnts of firms and Individuals and offers to accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On 8sYtngs Accounts. All Money ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 15 June 1911

REFUSED TO GIVE OP LETTERS; SHOT X?lli&n Graham and Ethel Conrad Held for Attempted Murder. Stokes Said to Have Been Engaged to Former Be? fore Marriage. NEW YORK, Special?William X>. tStokee, millionaire proprietor of the Ansonia Hotel, was shot tl times and badly wounded yesterday nine by two girls whose apart ment. on the fourth tk?>r of the fash? ionable Varuna, at Broadway and sttgbtieth Street, he was visaing. The young women arara Lillian Graham. aged iw> nty-two years, a singer, end Ethel Conrad, eighteen years old, ar> artist. Each, tin d thr. i shots, the bullets from Miss Graham*! revolver Inflicting two wounds and those from Miss Conrad*! one. The tirs?t two shots from the Stag? er's revolver penetrated Mr. Stokes right lea>: one. in the thigh, may prove vers dangerous? The bullet from tii. artist's revolver penetrated the low r part of his hit leg. Late last night, at tiie Roosevelt Hospital, X-ray photo...

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