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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 15 June 1911

CHAUFFEUR TOO ILL TO APPEAR Voting Wallerstein Will Not Be Disturbed?Warrants May Be Issued. RICH MO N D, V A.?Special.? It Is hardly likely that any legal procedure will bo Instituted against young Emanuel Wallerstein, other than the mere formality of issuing a warrant for running an automobile faster than eight miles an hour, while turning a curve beyond Westhampton on Saturday last. Sheriff Kemp this morning declared that .Officer Bendall, of the county police, might Issue a warrant. The sheriff said, however. that nothing would be allowed which would excite or worry the Injured boy Not until he is out of all possibility of danger will he be expected to explain further than he has to the coroner's Jury. Wednesday afternoon the coroner's Jury, after hearing the evidence In the case of the death of Miss Mildred Calisch, who was killed in an auto? mobile accident on June 3d, returned the following verdict; "An inquisition, taken at 40S West Grace Street, on the 6tli day of June. 191...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 15 June 1911

?voven's jHea? Quarters rc la th?* place to get your good?? Vour money'a Worth etery time. What * of intreWt to my customer? la of preatcT intresf lo me. The better I soit you ffte more I can sell you. more I can sell you tie loWer I Can b.iy. Every tody is doing just lake the Standard Oil Co. Ina smaller Wav. Every thing w* can to g;et the mo?.t lor our money and effete 10 qta. tin flaring pail lucent?. I " galvanited water pail 15c? 2 ??.-: T5c. Larger In proportion. Trv my c 'flee at 20c. yon Will want more Mv cieen tea at 50c lb. try a pound, nocks 50? 75, 1 00, 1.50. 2.00 etc. Croquet arta 4 balls 6 balls 8 balls M ave some intreating price on harness matting and run, Mens pants -* Spec laity Come and look at my goods ; ud aak prices make Comparisons I 2 \'t mind it, will take pleasure in showing you X do know that I j?ive good valu? always and often save you money. ?See mv next ad ?"I need you and you need roe** I aell H amele*? ateel cellar? at 4 50 "*Ye are looking for you, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 15 June 1911

k\ i ?eta ?yiras? ??vit". ?jjU tVenlna t^.-'t-t-? jjiver? with ;:>??* p**rch.v*e?l het? rur?. h ?sed hare Wyatt Wo 111 e SPECIAL PREMIUMS GIVEN We haye ahVays given nice premiums for tickets given with Roodi; purchased at our store. Hut we are now giving special pre" tniurns during June and July? Buy here, save your tickets and pur? chase with them attractive and useful premiums? This is sort of a profit-sharing proposition. 3?)rc?o <Boo?>8 department 29c Fronch Voil 1?cts. French Voils were 29c. b.it are now going at a sacrifice price 19c These voils in black, white and tan are very stylish and cool for sum? mer wear, igcts. per yard. 29c Y^mn Silk lOcts. Plain and Fancy weave black and all popular shades. Sold eli ewhere at 3$c., our special price locls, per yard. SOc. Marquisette 35c. Silk Marquisette in fancy paterns, many shades. Can be worn over ottier collars making handsome effect? Special price 35cts. yd. 1Reab\> to XUdleat depart...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 15 June 1911

WARM SPELL CAUSES JUMP MB Precipitation for Month Just Ended Than Ever Known in History of the Weather Bureau?Watermelons Are Set Back. Richmond. V A. Special. The dry spell, broken today, has been toad on hoi ra ;ttni those who all. Prii as or > fai who Uva ni boarding houses and lin tels. Th?- weather is t.. blame for it conduct boarding bous, s ,md h ?aaaei illy bad Mas it been ?-n those beyoml what they were laat yesi to asaka the condition a record keenker. Todays rain will relieve con? ditions to some ? \tt-nt. Fur axample, snaps. ?,r su.il? beans, as they ere otherwise ? sill? ing arholesale at $2.5u .1 b against $1.59 a basket about ten days ago. Cymbllnga are worth $2.19 a crate this ? nal $1.25 ten da>s ago. Thia la ? aactly double. English peas have doubled In price, from iifty centa to il a buaheL All of these vegetablea aro shipped front the South. But even in the South the lack Of rain has been meat ami the produce that is ahlpped la is bringing a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 15 June 1911

Rheumatism Yields to MILAM Read The Proof; Former U. S. Postmaster Recommends Milam. ?entletnon ?My nl?*ce suffered for many years with a tr<>ubin i>mnoune?<d by her physician? at I'rtc Arid Uni-jniatlnru. and although lie treated her. she tu-rur i>ut.aln?>d relief. Beln? well acqualnted wl.h Mil.AM and knowrln? 14 had been UM?d successfully ?ery frequently Id similar rasei. I determine?! t?> put her en It. She took six bottle* with the happiest resolta. I retard heran boina; entirely rellered. and will always take pleasure In neominviMUDg MILAM fur L'rio Ai^d Maataa? Tours truly. C. T. BAKKHPALS DaoTille. Va.. July IS. 1910. Spent $3,000 on Rheu? matism. Norfolk. Va.. July ?. 1M0. A boat fire weeks ?aro I was Induced to take Ml lam for an a?irnaTat??d raw of llaematlsm. for which I bad spent oT<-r ?V< 0O0 for all known remedies and tried many iVx-tora. went to Hot Springs, bnt -i&...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 15 June 1911

WANTS ?* " ,? - WANTED?TO BCY OLD METAL OF all kinds, brass, copper, etc.; rags of all kinds; ecrap rubber of every description, boots and shoes, bicycle tires, auto tires, solid tire?, second? hand machinery, boilers and engines. horse shoes, plow castings and all kinds of wrot Iron, and stove plate. Highost cash prices paid for all grades of old material. Write for | complete price list. I* ROSE &. COMPANY, 416-424 Brook Avenue, Richmond, Va. WANTED?I arge tracts of ash tim .ar. Write particulars. BR1NSER 1 BONS, South Richmond, Va. WANTED?YOl NU PEOPLE TO know that we have a special Intro? ductory rate in effect until September first. If purchased prior to above date, $30 will buy an unlimited (life) scholarship for either the Commercial or Shorthand course. Write for Infor? mation. HAYNES BUSINESS COLLEGE, Richmond, Va. HELP ATAN TED MALE. BECOME A CHAUFFEUR; EARN $25 per week. Positions secured for all competent graduates. Day or night les? sons; actual practice at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 22 June 1911

THE M?THEWS NAL VOL. VIH. MATHEWS C. H..XVA., THURSDAY, JUNE 22. 19!I NO. 20 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite r If 700 need anything in this line get our pries before placing order. k It Is a conc?d? ai fact ws are ?otsg th? largest |g Tidewater Vir? ginia. The latest Improved ma shlnerr with which our plant as equipped en? ables us to turn out th? highest class work at moat reasonable prices. Wo pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work in ceme? tery. Wa respectfully Invite you to call and inspect our large itock of finished kstfr Sfham to Norfolk. If unable to call write ua for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street and William Ave. NORFOLK, VA, " On Ptaa Beach Car Line. " ' ' -Y** Phone 8788. " ""* B. EL Mmnford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingharn, V.-Prea. and Cashier. \GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS . H., VA.? ?oUetta th? accounts of firms and individ?ala and offers to n lalaanina accommodation constatant with good...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 22 June 1911

WANTS POLICE TO FIND HUSBAND "Wife Says Husband's Kinsfolk Have Alienated His Affections From Her?Missing Young Man Left Town Several , Days Ago. R 1 C H M O ND. VA.?Special ? ?Looking tor her husband, Julien Meyers. ?>f this city. who. ehe say*, deserteil her one week after their marriage several yean ago In New York. Mr?. Meyers has come to ltlchmon?! and sought the aid of the police. who are now in search of the ?missing benedict. Mrs. Meyers has sworn out a warrant against him, charging non-support. She declared to Captain McMahon, chief ?>f detect this morning that her husband's family is attempting t?> ali?nate hla af? fections ami that but for their influ? ence she and her husbaml would now be living happily together. lira. Hey? rs ?ppeara to be about twenty-three years old. She is un seually attractive anil appears to be well educated and refined Her face. of the oval type, is shaded beneath a jrreat mass ?>f wnvy brown hair. Her e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 22 June 1911

ELECT SENATORS BY DIRECT VOTE Bristow Amendment Gets s Tie Vote and Vice President Sher? man Casts Decisive Vote in its Favor?Attitude o? Southerners. WASHINGTON. D. C? Special.? The Baute Juno 12 passed the res? olution proposing a constitutional amendment for the direct election of Senators. The vote was 6 4 to 2 4, more than the required two-thirds. But the liiistow amendment, which retains 1 < deral control over the "time, place and manner" of holding the ? !? ctlons in the various States, was a?l??? d to the resolution. On this vote the B< nato divided equally, 44 to 44, ami Vice President Sherman cast the de? idiriK vote, which resulted in the adoption of the Bristow amend? ment. The result cam?> shortly after 10 o'clock last niKht, alter th. Senate had been considering the matter for about ton hours without a recess. An effort at I o'clock to get tin- Senate to take a reC<SM Until today noon met with so much opposition that Senator ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 22 June 1911

?eaU Quarters Here is tw tVh*ce tq ffet your g?x>ds? Y??ur money** 'Irprth tfSry time. What in of mtr~?t ??> Tn*- customers is of ?I rester iutm*, fe inc. The better I i an Suit vcm *<**; more 1 can sell vou, The more t eati SOU you the loader I can buy. KvrVy tody is doing just like the Standard Oil" Co. in a smaller *?T. Every rt <rff; we can to get the Jfnoat for onr trid?!fc>* and eft'o-ts 10 qts. t:nflar?Wfi pnil lOccnts. 8 " g.?lv;m?*ed water pail 15c. 2 for 25c. Larger ;Yi proportion. Trv tnv coffee at 20c. x-r*? will ?ant more Mv cie<n tea atiSlt lb. try a pound, Hammocks 50, ?5,1 00. L.50, 2.00 etc. Croquet aets 4 hafts ? balls 8 balls Have some inrret?mg price on harness matting ^nd rug-s. Mens pants a spec? ialty Ctmic and loo* at mv gooils and ask prices n?ahc r?mparisons I ?don't mind it, will ta&e ?pleasure In showing vou I do know that 1 g"Wc C<*>il value always and of?...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 22 June 1911

SPECIAL PREMIUMS ?IV/?N This profil sharing proposition should appeal to you. We have given nice premiums for tickets given with goods SHARING OUR purchase?! at our store. But during PROFITS WITH June and lulv ??? are giving special pre OUR PATRONS mi am*. Buy here, sdve vour tickets an<l purchase with them attractive and useiul articles? a ? 0 ? * * * * * C, These skirt offerings are quite a sensation. The values nre at o ice seen to be remarkable. Our leaders in this big SKIRT sale are as follows: ? A handsome skirt plain tail S ALE ore!, also full plaited and braided with satin folds. Th*i skirt Ordinarily sells for $5.00 but during this sale you ?i.iv ? your choice of this big showing foY $3 35. 4%Theii there are big values hown in black and navv plaited with Satm folds. This skirt can't be bought elsewhere for less thai: $3 00, our price $1.98. __ - ? WyattWolffe MATHB.WS, VA "Come See What's Here", The girl quietly left the room, and with her departure Carmon reache...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 22 June 1911

FATAL END TO GAY AUTO TRIP Three Others ?Seriously Hurt?To Add to the Horror of the Acci? dent, the Car Caught Fire. ?Scores Viewed the Tragedy. as? hin? iiu?> ? shape- t pinned tr I ... automo Old ma Washington. D. C? Special r>eath wrote the closing chapter of a gay auto part) in Roaalyn Bundev) night, when a i trolley batt?-r?'?l the i less hfiip ? lltS in IH'i? t ll It. ?.?m. one dying and tl rtOUSly hurt is th? result. >';;r N?>. ; 10. oft ?slnlon ! ; biK- at the n? Dominion Ui Chine was draiCKed f< lan tnty yanls. lu id tu?' nea In ? viselike grip when overturn? I, and t<> cap the r the disaster, til fire. The accident occunred at 0*cl<ock. uiy Milch? 11. thlrtj old. ol Glencar!>n, Va., ?iied of fl il injuries and urns. owner ??[" the automob winter In Washington, at N 81 it Invest. Kitchens, tlmty years old, . i of Troop C. Fifteenth Cav it Fort Myer, prob ured, with con?us arms...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 22 June 1911

There's Health _For Yeu In Brief Extracta From Strong TESTIMONIALS Mr CT. Barkedal?. PM.rt Danville for i My aeic? ?uiitrmd for many year* with uric act?! rhunematiaaa. . . . Ska took aim bottle* of Milan? with th? hafficet remite. I regarJ bar aa being entirely relieved. Mr. R. L. W.llac?. of CharUctoa. Waat Va., write. I k?*t k?a ?etuff erer frota Catarrh for tw?nty year? whaa I dectcUcj to take Milan?. 1 bought thraa bottle* *nd am now ot b* fourth. My catarrh it entirely ?cae and I hav? mat fait ao wail ? a year*. . C H Williw. Salecaaaa for Cluett-Paahody ?V Co . Haa*. tatftoa. W. Va.. ?ay? You ennkaey y oar money. My faca ie entirely ?rail. Am finuh.iag.jfg Math hottl? of M da? ?Mal think after 26 year? of icstmttii cured. Re?. D. P. Tata, a Method.?* Miauater. of DanviTl?. Va . writea: I took ata hottlea of your Milua wlucb ?roved of locai ?alabl? benefit to aa?. ASK YOUR DRUCGIST MILKM aooo. ?ONi mi an? Ai.TTJui.TTvm loiaae l^?%a^"c?Zi^iw*a.^ MI LAM Our Testimonials aro From...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 22 June 1911

WANTS ? ???sgase??. _x ?-? WAi*rrs7r>?to bvy old metal, of all kinds, brass, copper, etc.; rags of sil kinds; scrap rubber of every description, boots sad Shoes, bicycle tires, auto tires, solid tires, second? hand machinery, boilers sad engines, horse asees, plow castings and sil kinds of wrot Iron, asd stove plate. ?_Highest cash prices paid for sil ,rades of old material. Write for complete price Ihn. L ROSH A CX>MPA?fY. 41S-424 Brook Avenue, Richanond. Va WANTED?Large tracts of ash tim? bar. Writs particulars. BRINSER I ?SONS, South Richmond. Va. WANTED?YOUNG PEOPLE TO know that we bsve a special intro? ductory rats in effect until September first. If purchssed prior to above elate, ISO will buy an unlimited (life) scholarship for either the Commercial sa* Shorthand course. Write for infor saation HAYNES BUSINESS COLLEGE, Rlcbaaos?, Vs. -^ HELP WAITED MALE. BECOME A CHAUFFEUR; EARN fS6 per week. Positions secured for sll competent graduates. Day or night le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 29 June 1911

TMHVI?THEWS JOURN L/ VOL. VIII. MATHEWS C. H, VA., THURSDAY JUNE 29, 1911 NO. 21 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite It 700 need anything In this lin? get our prie? before placing order. It Is a conced? ed fact we are doiaf the largest te Tidewater Vir? ginia The latest improTsd ma? chinery with which oar plant equipped en? ables as 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 mrlte you to call and Inspect our large stock of finished te Norfolk. If unable to call write ui for catalogue LAWSON & NEWTON *-$ llth Street and William Are NORFOLK, VA. On Pine Beech Oar Line. Phone 8761. " "' "" "!"el C K. Mnmford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital 'Z?Z $50,000 MATHEWS . H., VA. Solicit? the accounts of firms and lndlrlduali and offers te easterner? wrery accommodation consistent with good banklnr, I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 29 June 1911

R?lWGRM RIDES FROM FOOT TO PULSING HEART Terrible Plague Takes Joy Ride on Blood Current's Fast Express. Foretold by "Toe Itch"?Graduates As Long Known Stomach Worm?3,000 Eggs Daily. t?t> W. V II. k . M. p.. of the suite iK-IMsrtiiieiit of Health.) ?t Bass that we nave som? t work to the injury .?; oi : Southern rural Illation Tee. Qt correct i> dit for the yellow, sallow appeat development ? ?; m ny of th wo< learned, is far common than for? merly supi Dr. Charles \V : the United States Fa' lie !;? ilth Service, <>\ ci? ten years overed the preval? in-.- of hook* t this is ilo rions condition observed. This is by no means a in our midst. but is in fact, owing t-> gradual Im ?provernent in the mode of life an?! sstnitar> condlt less common than formerly. Its presence at all is entirely unnecessary, and we hope that ?with the more general knowledg Its cause and prevention, its external rgy, and has no longer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 29 June 1911

BLAME OFFICIALS FOR ACCIDENT TRENTON, N. J.?Special.? The fatal wreck on the Belvidere Division of the Pennsylvania Railroad over Martin's Creek on April 29th, In which ?leven were killed and 103 In? jured, was put squarely up to the railroad today by the State Board of Public Utility Commissioners. In their report, filed after a long and search? ing Investigation, it is charged that the tracks were insecure and the cars unsafe. The report says: ' "It is the opinion of the board, from the evidence in the case, that the derailment was caused by an un? even. Irregular and insecure condition of the track, which would not permit a train to puss over it In safety at a speed of fifty to sixty miles an hour, the rate at which this train was run? ning. "The fact that the cars in this train were of wooden construction ami that the lighting system was gas are evi? dently responsible for the great loss of life and the total destruction of the train by fire. Had the cars b of steel construction...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 29 June 1911

h ?Hcsfc $U\arte?s Here i* fruT ^*ce to pet your ?txyla? ?Vcur mot ey'^ #oxth every time. What i * of ?nu-*? ;. rny customers ij ?rr intresf t? inc. The better 1 **n Suit vou t^ mc-.e I can sell you. The moif I ra^? ?e*? you the lo?er I **rs r?u< . Evar? 1 ody" is doine iust r!ike the Standard ??>?? Co. in a smaller Every Xlii^fi we can to ?;?-t the ?nost f< r oyr nco?Cy and effo-ts luq's. t.n flaru^T pail lOcents. 8 '? gaivaniipu fVatgr pail 15c. ^ for 2'c. Larger in pro?>or?ion. Trv aiv C' ?ee at 2?>c. you will want more Mv I'lceii tea at ^i1: ih. trv a Dound, Hammocks 50. 75. . MM. 1.50. 2.00 etc, V balls ? balls Have some intrestir.g price on han ?natti.ig; a>nd tuev, $fena pants -i spet laity Come and look at m'y kcxhK and ask prices omparisoos I .don't miad it. will * isure In Ahowinvr vou I do know that I r?ye ItOpd vaUie always and of'en sa e v?n; money Sei- mv next ad-"I nee., you and -you need ?.no" I sell H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 29 June 1911

SPECIAL PREMIUMS GIVEN "?^"?""?""J"",***",********-****,******-*-**---*"**?*-->^^ That profit sharing proposition should sppealtoyon. We neve given mcL prntntuine for tickets Riven with foods ^HAR.NQ OUR purchased at cur store. But during nM2'L,J^^i-,TH J,,ne and ,,,,v w* areU'iv.n- special i i <JUR PATRONS tr.iurus. Buy h,*re. ?ir tickets ?HU purchase with them attractive and useful articles. * s s a ? * * (?.These skirt oferidgs ere quite a sensatidd. The values are at e.nee seen to be reniai kahle. Qur leaden in this big ?ta'F? sa,e vire as follows:-A hainlsorne skirt pluiu tail? ?>A LE orei. also full plaited and .braided with satin (olds, i his skirt ordinarily sells for $5 00 bill dm mir this sale yoju nav? your choice of this bis; shewing for $335. all ne.1 then* arc big values nowq in black and naw plaited with Rat in folds. Thi? skirt can't b? bought elsewhere for ie?s that: $3.00, our price- $1.98. 'PU. ? ' . \' > WyattWolffo MAT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 29 June 1911

TUB otlEBRsTESll SILVER WEDDING All Nations Shared in Honoring the President and Wife Last Night?Scene One of Rare Brilliancy?Thous? ands Attend. l-'l-vshii-rlu.? e?n Simn-uvIc. The* ;. option e>n the White Houm grounds, planned aa the principal feature of the pubii- observances of tin* silver Wedding, began shortly after 'J P. M. Ttssada* TO the- vast number of electric bulbs in the- trees, the exotics anel lbs btttshss was imiten! the Klare? e?f tee sea re h I igh is from the Washington Monument and ' other high plae The- BtOSt striking f? BtUrS ot the Illumination waa "The Star? Spangled Banner*' In colors. it is estimated that not ;? than f.SSS persons entereel the grounds uf invited quests, while a thron? Including many more thousands looked through the Iron railing at the radi.i within. The- display Of BOW OS was- one of the? most Impreenive sTer seen. The- stream e>f automobiles and carriage s eonvi ying the guests Seemed enelless. Numerous fOStlj gifts ...

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