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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 29 June 1911

Cured by MILAM Oldest and Most Yield Readily Factory Mgr. Am. Tob. Co. Say?: "I have been suffer? ing very niiu-h from Ecr?ma In my head, causing itching of the scalp for several years. I was often Brass? up at nicht scratching my head, and was pre? vented from sle?-n. After taking four bot? tles of MILAM, I feel .. entirely relieved. tnnugh 1 am continuing to use it so as to be sure th? trouble is eradicated from my system." [SifcTKKl] R. H. SHACKLEFORD. Danville. Va.. March?, 1810. Ecxema of 26 Year? Standing Cured. Huntington. W. Va.. July 16. 1910. The Milam Medicine Co.. Danville. Va. Pear Sirs?In January last I wrote you re? garding MILAM. You said you would cure me or refund the money. Well, you cm keep it all. My face is entirely well. I feel better than I have hi years in ?ny way. Am finishing up my 6tb bottle now. and think after 38 years of Eczema am cured. With best wishes. Yours respectfully. fSlgned] t. H. WILLIAMS Psoriasis?A Vilolent Form of Eczema. BlancH?, N. C. Ju...

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. — 29 June 1911

WANTS Eat?r W \\ -V. OF gfatat acrumuV.itlon ot old material Sj? the best advantage by first got tSBtg *?** to quote you the top of the osrssrTkaC We buy anything?scrap r-rbfeer ot all kinds, brass, cop assSL sine. rags, bones, anything that ymm have and wish to dispose of. Irhi for prices. L. ROSE ?Hg-4S4 Brook Ave., Richmond, Va. :'.<? - V?siteD?Large tracts of ash Um sr. Write particulars. BRINSER ** 80*98. South Richmond. Va. WAKTED? YOUNG PEOPLE TO that we bare a special Intro rate in effect until September If purchased prior to chore 3t will bny an unlimited (life) tip for either the Commercial gtarlaand course. Write for infor ?ATHBS BUSINESS COLLEGE, BJchmone, Va. HEI,P WASTED MALE. ggftLOMF A CHAUFFEUR; EARN ft per week. Positions secured for all ?rape-tent graduates. Day or night lee actual practice at all our NATIONAL AUTO SCHOOLS WTION. Main office 221-223 Broad Street. Richmond. Va.; Harfblk Branch, 811 12th Street; Xajnachberg Branch, 406-408 Main Roanoke Branch, 10...

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. — 6 July 1911

L THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VIII. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, JULY 6. 1911 NO. 22 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite If yon need anything in this line get our price bsfors placing; order. ma tact ws are ?oins; the largest In Tidewater Vlr sjtDia. The latsst Improved ma ?aktaery with which our plant ?s equipped en We reepectin]ly Invite you to call and Inspect our large stock of finished to frorfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. ables us to turn out the highest clsss work at most reasonable prices. We pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work in ceme? tery. LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street and William Ars. NORFOLK, VA. On Pins Beach Car Line. Phone 8751. C. E. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. 1 GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS . H., VA.", Solicits ths accounts of firms and individual? and offers to customers accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Ssvlngs Accoaats. AD ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 6 July 1911

,EHHE uErEMS WOT sMENDMENT Vlr-ginia Senator, Says Washing ion Herald, Was "Not Dis? posed to Acquiesce In It." Other Democrats Do Not Object. WASHINGTON, D. C? Special? Th? Herald printed the following Tu ???day morning: Tlie Root amendment to the Ca osdi.in re iproclty bill was defeated 1? : ate late yesterday after? noon. No roll call was demanded, and there was no record vote. The Vice President simply stated the ?jueetion. There was a mild choros of '"Ayes." and a louder chorus of "No??." and the Vice President de? clared the Root amendment 'ost. "he rejection of this amendment Is ex? actly In accord with President Tafts wishes, because he regarded the amendment as a menace to the bill. It Is believed now the Canadian reci? procity bill has free sailing and that It will pass without amendment at ;v much earlier date than has beer gen? erally supposed. An agreement was drawn up yes? terday by Chairman Penrose. of the Finance Committee, and submitted to a numb, r of Senators on b...

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. — 6 July 1911

BELIEVES NE WAS ELECTED HONESTLY Bays He Could Have Bought Votes, But Was Running for the Senate Instead of Jail Charges Treachery of Colleagues. WASHINGTON, D. C? Special.? Ex-Senator Albert J. Hopkins, the first witness to testify before the Sen? ate committee Investigating Senator Lorimer's election, gave a long ac? count of the langlsd political affairs In Illinois, describing the dealB. bar? gains and negotiations among the publicans before Lorimer secured his ?1??> tion to the Senate. Bator Hopkins described at SOBS? length conditions in Illinois, hading UP to the eleetio? of Senator l.otiin. i. He declarad that he had received s plurality of the VOtSS east in the sen? atorial primary in 1908. The Republican vote was: Form? r Representative William E. Mason, mauve George B. . i 81,1 10; Hopkins, i Be? cause <>[ this vote he considered that he was entitled to re-election. II.? then described tha tight before the filature and the deadlock which ensued. There w. r.? repe...

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. — 6 July 1911

own 6 6 duattcvs vS<Arm(|I?s>ce te get your good* ? v vworih every time. What .1 >nt*~*fxi4p my customers i* of ?Atr** ft? inc. The better I salt von ???*? m?r? I can sell you. snore f ?tart Mil yon the lower I bvy. Fvery tody is doimr just ?The Standard OH Co. in a smaller E?rery.Shinif we c;*n to rv? the SM* ovir tofcney and effo-ts ?OjfS. tin fi**/.n?; pail lOcents. * galva<ai<jcd water pail 15c. 2 25c. Larger in proportion. Trv at 20?*,. you will w.int more cen tea atvSOc tb. trv a pound. mock?. 5>?i. '.\3, 1 O0, 1.50, 2.?10 etc. roquet sets 4 .tails n balls 8 balls Clave some intrestinsr price on harness m-tttLn? and rut's, MeO?. pants a sped ialty Come and look at my goods -And aak prices malo* comparisons I e't mind it, will take pleasure in Showing; you 1 do know that ? give jrooxl valus always and of?en save you money. ^ee mv next ad-"I neSo you and T?ou need m?*' \ I sell Homeless steel collars at 4 f*>0 vf/e are looking for vou, C. H- .Brown, W. E. Co...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 6 July 1911

RACE PROGRAM OK THE K ?birfc Matinee OF TUE ?ontbetoe H?ricultral Association JULY 20TH, 1911 Class A Called at i.oo p. m. Free for all pace ist prize set of harness Class H Called at 1.30. 2 27 nace ist prize ?et of harness Class C Called at 3 p. m. 2.40 pace ist prize set of harness CONDITIONS ^Entrance free. Two horses trained in one stable if the property of different own 5 may start in one race. ,Hobblfs allowed. i\\ classes require 3 to enter 2 to start. he right is reserved to declare off, on account of unfavorable eather. or to change the program. Entries must be made in writing and state name, color, sex and ?tdigree, s?> far as known. Entries 'lose on July 10th. lui lurtber information address, PERCIVAL HICKS NORTH VA. This Association is a member of the N. T, A. ?-?-jfresb ?lfccats-?* TAKE YOUR FOOD TKOUBLES TO E. M. BASSETT BETTER GROCERIES s?s-Cbo?cc jfru?ts-^: Mr Bas?.ett has shipped to him evev morning from ?V? Norfolk, a quantity of prime beef. I'ts fresh every 33...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 6 July 1911

H?H*? nmi The Morning W&i Cloudy, But the Sun Came Out, and With It the Crowds?Wild Cheers for Beloved "Bobs. ' KIii? Thsmks l*n*??ldoiit. WASHINGTON, D. C. Special.? Kir rland todsy ' graphed his thanks to President for tlio President's n The "London. J;. *"Th. 'lit of i ihlngton: '"1 h. ! th.? p.?<> plc "t tin i ?:?< ?i St.it??-. r?T the very kin?! I S m?- .?Ti t. snd for the ] | ? and m> rumtly. 1 heartilj reclprc yoiii that til*.' friendly i itSS ami in \ ? ? ? ? ; ? ma led > "G Li. 1." LONDON 3] ?al.? Rival 11] Splendoi nd r..,. mai ths coi sum t in .? . -?i t he Soul h o? Loi Um lacle in tin? the crown? ing ? furnished ths hundreds <?! ti i <'f visitors within m? toss military spec? mo. rn times, and Queen Mary, ap nd unwearied despite ths arduo ta functions through which the} had passed yesterday, again rode forth in state to receive the plaudits of thsii ts from i?>th horns and ot em threatening and .ri;iti ths sarly hour glootnj * occupied n in t...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 6 July 1911

?You who are not we|l Why Not Rebuild Your Health? A R?econstructive Tonic Known as MILAM WILL DO IT-GUARANTEED ' ?a, ?a* ?ii? a?n, ?-?-?, ?ar*ii> ?a>< ?* a??? wi at?** ??err *-a-*T?*-J r?ui.. r->il?-rt-? >???*?? ??.. B>i?*?aa- st?-r?a. i^f^- ? , ^^Ttf-Sf-r*:.?.--^ %? t^l?as?s*?/-SSs! a??.?*, i gg -?a? ? ?->??? a*T. sa^iee? ?..t. s. t. a?. . s?t*o?i,t nun?. $1 a bottle II bcnefittcd?nothing If not. *** fig ?*?** j WEEKLY SHORT STORY sek \imhni;s FREAKS. BY TEMPLE nAlbEY. Nothing ever happened In Sera phine's life. She lived in a little pray cottage on a country road. Where the winds of winter shook the window panes until they rattled. Seraphine's Krandmother went early to work, ami the little Klrl was left alone. She would look out of the south window down the Ion? road and wish for somebody or something to appear. Now and then her wish was grant? ed, and a farmer's wagon would drive Schools ROANOKE INSTITUTE Danville, Va. For Catalogue Address JOHN B. BREWER. C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 6 July 1911

WANTS ?TRAP WANTED -DIST?SE OP that accumulation of old material %o the best advantage by first get? ting es to quote you the top of the market We buy anything?scrap rshber of all kinds, brass, copper, seed, sine, rags, bones, anything that yen have and wish to dispn Wrrte Tor prices. L. ROSE I 4)lt-424 Brook Ave. Richmond. Va. WANTED?YOUNG PEOPLE TO knew that we hare s special intro ?tactory rats in effect until September first. If psrehased prior to nbove date, $3? will buy an unlimited (life) scholarship for either the Commercial as* Shorthand course. Write for Infor ?smmm. HAYISES Bl SIN ESS (ALLEGE, Richmond, Ta. c. ~ WAVTKb LARGE TRACTS OF ash umber. Write particulars. BRINSER & SONS, South Rich? mond, Va. ?IEM? Vf ANTED MALE. BECOME A CHAUFFEUR; EARN $25 per week. Poeitious secured for all enanpeleat graduates. Day or night les MM; actual practice at all our schools. NATIONAL AUTO SCHOOLS CORPORATION. Main otliee 221-223 West Broad Street, Richmond, Va.; Norfolk Branch, 8...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 13 July 1911

THE MATHE WS JOURNAT VOL. VIII. MATHEWS C.H., VA., THURSDAY, JULY 13. 1911 Kir\ Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite If you meed anything in this Un? get our prie? before placing order. ?4 fact we aro 4o\m% tha largest hi Tidewater Vir? ginia. Tha latest Imarorad ma? chinery with which our plant to equipped en? ables us to turn out th# highest class work at moot reasonable prices. We pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work In ceme? tery. We respectfully inrite you to call and Inspect our large stock of ftniahed ta Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON.& NEWTON 11th Street and William Are. ' NORFOLK. VA. On Pine Beach Car Line. Phone 1761. II R. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS . H., VA.'? Solicita tha aeeouat! of firms and indtrlduala and offers te accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Saving* Accounts. AD Money In Tsslt ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 13 July 1911

iTUN EHYllGPS SHOOTING AFFRAY the Other Hand, Mrs. Lav 1er That She Does Not Know the Circumstances At? tending the Wounding Ir* of Young Englishman. ?Il'HMO X D, V A.. Special.? "Mrs Lawler and 1 were grappling possession of the pistol. The pis was fired. I was shot, it was _^mmm%1- Mrs. Lawlcr did not shoot B^^B J reck >n I must have pulled the ?trigger myself."?Substance of state? ment by Meakin to Detectiv? Wiley today. "I don't know who shot Captain Meakin. He told me he shot him ?elf. % anas not in the room when the ahoi ? ;s fired, I kne* nothing of it nntii 1 heard the report, rushed up? stairs and found C piqin Meakin ??rounded. At first he could nof apeak, ^^?a he said he had accidentally shot nhnself."?Substance o? statement by ?Mrs. Lawler. The above statements diametrically led In several essential details all uron which the police have to rk this morning in their attempt .solve the mysterious shooting o? "?tain George F. Meakin, who \vas >ert.tely wounded yesterd...

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. — 13 July 1911

SAYS RAH.ROADS GOVERN STATE f gVnalysig of Financial Condition ??J in State Today?Contrast Be? tween Amount the Average Citizen Pays and the Amount Roads Pay. ISEDPOKD CITY, VA.? Special? Senator A. I-. Thomas, speaking un? der the auspices of the Virginia Dem? ocratic Langue? addressed the voters of Bedford City Saturday. Alter a tew preliminary remarks, Mr. Thomas plunged into an analysis of the political situation. He said, in part: "It is generally charged that there is a political machine In Virginia. \After a faithful study and careful ** analysis of the situation. 1 wish to enter a general denial and assert that the charge is untrue. The State Democratic Executive Committee has been composed of Thomas P. Ryan, Democrat in Virginia and reputed contributor to Republican campaign funds in New York; All rid Thon.. counsel general ol the Southern Rail? road; Henry T. Wickham, vice i deal Ol the i'besa pe.?lie and Ohio i road, and other lesser railroad lights. The organisation whic...

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. — 13 July 1911

feuAftm 4a*?0s|ace to get sour gende? r's ?g*nr$h every time. What t 4? enjr easterners is of iata?rwf ?* eve.. The better I rwu ta* saarjr X can sell you, < eis? ?neu you the lower I fiteren; fcodr is doing just *Und?r< Oil Co. in u smaller Dsery tr iger w* pan to get the sur sanar? and pflo-t? i. tin flnreggf ?a?! ?usent?. raVvsnisaJ evatsr pail 15c. 2 Lshrgnr sjn proportion. Trv at ?dc sow S"|?i want more tea at ?% it}, try a noumi. is SO. 75, f i*r, l.SP, ?00 etc, <uquet sets ? balls 4? halls 8 balfs ? some in treat is* prfcce on harass? ^^Hjf and mrs, idea? pants a epe^ ilty Come and look ?t my gpodj? and aak prices sa*)!*? ?otnparlsona I nd it, wilf ta4>s pleasure in thawing; you 1 do know thaf } mMf gtsal valus lwaya and orVen anee yon money. ?See mv next sd-"f neeu you and Sat n?ed aie" Hameless steel collar? at 4 JO looking for yon, B. Stow., W. E. Corr. Cler|c. Jlortb ira. ?Viajas K?ad to se*: yo??. C, & ? KAILWAT CO. otariKsstsvnlc F'ttf lfcfnf; effect Qat...

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. — 13 July 1911

-fc RACE PROGRAM / ??. PF THE / Ztb?rfc /l&at?nee / Or-' THE / Soutbstoe Hgrfcultral Hssocla/ton J UY 20TH, i911 / Class A Called at i.oo p. m. Pre? for all pact ist prize set of harness Class H Called at X.30. Z2f trot ist prize set of harness Class C Called at 3 p. rn. 3.40 pac?j ist prixc set of harness CONDITIONS Entrance free. Two horse? trained in one stable if the property of different own s may start in one race. Hobbles allowed. All classes require 3 to enter 1 to start. [TB^e rijilit is reserved to declare off, on account of unfavorable leafiier, or to change the program. Entries muse be made in writing and state name, color, sex and ^diiiree. so far as known. Entries close on July icth. For further information address. PERCIVAL HICKS NORTH VA. This Association is a member of the N. T. A. ??fc Journal njerea H. V |tt rV?i Office) at Mat hew* a? *<tvvuti-c)ast matter. Preacrsh? atWcatviUeOaptist Chart, cverv !\rl and third Sunday Jiorntnij ^ti?nijcl,? and evpry io-jr...

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. — 13 July 1911

THESE 6ET LICENSE TO PRAG! IGE LAW OlT(tni.\ss OF mi ?<>i \i. LAW \ I Its ONLY ?!l M \KI Kl - VI Iltl 1> I I vj ROA.NOKK. \ \ Bon? w lu> piss ?.m th>' tjualilb B ota f?'r Its to sjtimejttrc law, comptotwd the work and mad. pal ">rt. Olli o? a els?ssj of 101 applicant* osjj sixty-nine u.:o given UM ro?iuini? cert i ti? a?e. M follow Hartwell iry Adktns, Lexin ton. Richard M*- Richmond. \ rly. William Frank toi Fla. l > ? ". w 1 "Ik. John Frloli Hrown, Lexington. "\\ ; ton. ? rn. it. Roanoke. r. ) ? B Lyih rslty oJ Virginia. John l.\ le ? 'amp ngton. Roy F. Carter, \V i i Oswald nil. Fr.-.i, i I? k ?;. 11 n all. Norfolk, mar i Fre? land, nok Roland Garrett, Rlehmoi Raymond Willis Olli nrc. Herbert Bragg Gilliam, Peters? burg. Chai rant, University of Vir? ginia. irabely, Rocky Mount. N. I Herbert Bailey Gregory, Roanoke. D. A. Harrison. Jr.. Pisputanlu. John K. Hutton, Roanoke). John !.. Ingrain, Richmond. J. T. Irving, Howardsvllle. Allen farter Jones, Jr., Newpo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 13 July 1911

Clergy and Religious endorse MILAM the most reliable Reconstructive . tonic and blood i-^N?^"renovator " '^??? We.the undersigned, hereby csrtjfy that we have taken Milam with very benefi? cial results. Believing it to be s valuable remedy, we authorize the publication of our endorsement^ Rev. J. Cleveland Hell, Rector of Church Uf the Epiphany, Danville, Va Ret. R. L. McNair, Pastor Presbyterian WP?mm Church, Charlotte C, H , Va. pSev. J. C. Holland, Pastor Keen Street Baptist Church, Danville, Va. Rev. H. D. Guenant, Methodist Minister. ? ?-*? ? -??*-???..?? - Danville, Va Rev. D. P. T?te, Methodist Minister a?. Danville, Va. t> ?The Methodist'9 . endorses Milam The endorsement of "The Methodist" is hot to be had by anything of doubtful mer? it, but this paper stand? Med'y to lend its influence for that Yfh'cn it believes will tend to th?) betterment of humanity, spiritually, ?orally> materially or phvsically. tWhen such men as Revs. D. P. Tare, orace D. Guerrant and others?...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 13 July 1911

WANTS ?TRAP WANTED.?DISPOSE OfI ar-umulnti<>n of old material the belt advantage by first get te quote? you the top of the ?We buy anything?scrap of all kinds, brass, copper, ?sad. sine, rags, bones, anything that poe savt and wish to dispose of. Write for prices. L* ROSE & CO., 016-494 Brook Ave.. Richmond. Vu WAJCTED?YOUNG PEOPLE TO that we have a special iatro rsie In effect until September If purchased prior to r.bove 0? will buy an unlimited (life) lolarsalp for either the Commercial ??mm tl i and course. Write for iafor ?ATHIS BUSINESS COLLEGE, Uiehmond, Ta. MLP WA MTB MALE. ?BOOKS A CHAUFFE! R; EARN RX per week. Positions secured fer all awcapetsat graduates. Day or night les osas; actual practice at all our Skchools. NATIONAL AUTO SCHOOLS CORPORATION. Msin office 221-223 West Broad Street, Richmond, Va.; Kqrfnlk Branch, Sil 12th Street; Branch, 406-408 Msin Roaaoke Branch, 107 Church VJtrsot WillTCn Men to learn the Barber WnRllU Trade. Hest paying work wttRfen res...

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. — 20 July 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL a* ? ? ? - ' - ? - ? - _. - .... . ... - , . ..- . , _ ? VOL. VIH, MATHEWS C H.. VA.. THURSDAY, IULY 20. 1911 NO- 24 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite If 700 aeed anything in this line get our price before placing order. ad fact ws are dolBg tas largos ?la Tidewater Vir? ginia. The latest Improved ma shiner y with which oar plant ?Is equipped en Ws respectfully invite you to call and Inspect our large stock ef Unlaced ?elk frates ta Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street and William Ave. NORFOLK, VA. On Pine Beach Car Line. Phone 3751. ables us to turn out the highest class work at most reasonable prices. We pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work la ceme? tery. IL?. B. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Preg. ?and Oghier. GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS. H, VA.1; solicita the accounts of firms and mdtvlduals and offers to customers acroruniodatlon consiste...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 20 July 1911

IQ FOntST FIRE rROtT, Mit 11 . Bpeclal. Half ?floaen towns destroyed un m ?>r near mas ? Tin the wall ? flu m. ?ver Sorti cru M ith and d* Strii< been ? lp< ? J?? ? (TlUt? Ib? ' -'IM till?. . Il < Au Si rj i te ; ^^*s "f ri'fum ? s bave bec ^^y^T (WO towns t b^Jg#T 1 .. | Ma. km a- ilwa; gge^?ll ir?' t.de >t II Tiavo. w i ti degy wrought, s loin h??.s i?-: cht l.y ili. Ham?' '? wen- left in " Htre.-I r and ddeti? throng. Starting fr.>m the ra, ta chiiv ! final I hous? burn? ?1. Then the i read t tli. I . win? like tinder, with a loss ?. than - " '.. ' v. Loud is oi ? of ' principa owners <<f th? mill. am ??f Troi .'ti tl' Mi? h man ? '. ? wei burned t-> :- ath. Ali ?tr?\\?d. The lire efforts ? tli?' tue departn been vain. The Turn. dang? of th 11 aboi them. \ ill.iM?- In \-die-. M?>r. ti, n smaller vi ihes a i burned to cli ders. That the proi ? ' far ii?- Into the millions is wlthoi doubt. Disco , t ts from tl hie. which ng inri ov< ?rippled telegi ...

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