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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 10 August 1911

Consumption Checked and In Early Stage a, Cured by MILAM tho great Reconstructive tonic and blood renovater We do not ?jet forth MILAM as a curs for consumption, but it has proven so bene? ficial to such patients that we believe, snd sre supported in our belief by s practicing physician, thst MILAM will arrest incip? ient tuberculosis or consumption in its early wage*. We know that it greatly benefits even those in the advanced stages. Read the following Scrofulitic Consumption City of Danville, State of Virginia?To-wit: I, Edmund B. Meade, 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, de 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. In August...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 10 August 1911

WANTS ?IV-SI* ONI) MAM) ai Borla p. -ill kinds for Aoea. RICHMOND BAG t O., R sas?. Va. taaKTBD?YOUNQ PEOPLE TO ?that we have a special Intro rate In effect until September It purchased prior to cbove $30 will buy an unlimited {Ule) ?jara ni arabio for either the Commercial sat Mum lb and course. Wrttn for lnfor aULTOES lirSIMiSS COLLEGE, KWhuiond, Va. ~I?sTlp">VA>TED MAXE. ~ BaMX>afE A CHAUFFEUR; EARN es* per week. 1'ositious secured for all eeanpetent graduates. Day or aigkt l?s? asse*; actual practice at all our ?as?iinil NATIONAL AUTO SCHQOI^S ?O-HIVRATION. Main s?lice 221-223 Rest Broad Street, Richmond. Va.; Branch, 811 12th Street; Branch, 406-408 Main I; Rsanoke Branch, 107 Church aafllTf fi MeB ta k'arB the Barber iJUIltU Traire. Best paying work reach of poor men. Wages $12 to $20 weekly. Course com? ?a few weeks. Tools given, wfcfle learning. Booklet mailed ?IClHIOM? BARKER COL EICH MOM), Y1RG1MA. RJkKTSD YOUNG MEN IN OUR training school. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 August 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VIII. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1911 NO. 28 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Grande It yon ased anything In this line get our price before placing order. sbles ns to turn out the highest class work at moat reasonable prices. Ws 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 finished We are doing the largest business ftg Tidewater Vir? ginia. The latest Improved ma wtth plant equipped en? ehlusdf which Jar In Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street and William Ave. NORFOLK. VA. On Fine Beech Car Line, is 8T5I. *V ki. A. Mxunford, Pros., J. P Nottingham, V.-Pret. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,00$ MATHEWS . H., VA. the aeeounts ef firms and aadtsiduala and ? atkm consistent with good hanking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. AD Mersey In Taatt Cev sred By Burgl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 August 1911

I ?? I ' ' ? mm sums is as old AS THE USE OF LANGUAGE Origin of Tarring and Feathering Dates Back to Crusades?"Kick? ing the Bucket" and What It Means?Drinking in Bumpers. ?f th, : . one thing that th. ?srerags man would be willing t?? **?***? merteaa origin it would be tb. i ens , . tain rural them w tar and 1?. there. Indi*. I ? dou that th? inishment peculiar to the Unite?! St;r hich is sup* tr:u was insti? tut? . nited S a this ? th. : b hi? h it y the rid and i not in? cluded in ; : code. i\n kin.: the Bucket. W I - one tor whom w ?? ha\ ? havli we em? ploy a ! arould s??.m ? a !>? ng, but, ;?s a mutter ? < ?Id and, when about the year 1721 on.- Bolsover hung himself to a beam while standing on the bottom of a bucU- ? th?- bucket away. Although at Arst used only in it has been applied in ;. ? rs to any ?? without distinction. Th ;. there i> ist\ a phrs.se part hastily "i least resist nd frequently applied to ulters ?In? "skedaddled" to ?'a?? ada...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 August 1911

AUSTRIAN SPY IN U. S. FBRTS Enlisted Man Said to Be Learn? ing Coast Defense Plans for Austria. INDIANA l?OLlS. IND.?Spel.?Cap. tain Janus Watson, In charge of the United states Army recruiting office here, ha? asked tor a warrant for the arrest or | George Peters, of the One Hundre?! and Thirty-fifth Coast Ar? tillery, ?aid to be stationed at Fort Totten. New York, on the ground that he Is an Austrian spy, trying to get plan? of our coast defenses. I*. ter? Is said to be Count Windi?ch Araetz. of Prague. ?U>orsre r-Vtersj at Kort Tottest. FORT TOTTEN, Wll.LKTS POINT. N. Y.?Special.?Colonel Strong, com? mander of Fort Totten, stated to'lay that there was a private of the One Hundred and Thlrty-nfth United 81 Coast Artillery In hi* command named George Peter?, but that he knew Both lng of the charge that the man Is an Austrian ?py. However, he said, news of this character would go to Washing? ton and be threshed out there before it would reach him through official chan? ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 August 1911

^K 1 M.T |Ql -YOU NEED MR Do von tct^ember the a host reme k 1 need :**ou and your trade. You &ave Sow? tnoney, some ey>*> i (owl >r which 1 >t?Jl give youCtbe best ?rice the market aiV'-os You need trje and my goods. I am here to ?*erve you with the best I cat. get' And give you more goods for tin same mone\. ?.?. the ?iaiuc nood lor 1c?*?-. moticv 8 qr. galvani;?*} water pail 2 for 2.V. J.0 qt. Rest l.C llu beavv swede?" side pails lQc each thf best SOc tea la the ?countv try it. the best 2'?c coffee ^ot ? pound. ? ball ?p-x?nuet s?'' $L b l,ri** .??Hte, 4 ball 75c A bii: line of carpet samples arid w.l! pJHkke you carpets or j-ugget?; to fit yo4 ? room I sell The l rex rugs cheaper than the Mail or? der houses. Be;?*, made table oU cloth fancy 20c yd, white 2*<- Hot harnean? lap duster ?>, mens inen dus? ters, horse collars. hai*i*ic??> steel col? lars. 54-*s> try then.. Coms 50 s....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 August 1911

?oteed? Lowest. Net F* c %? ory Pric?? E ? ?i. e ? t Tesrrt-'ira ?? A Savi ng of $100 ko $200 Prom Fac? tory Direct. HIST?RCK M? # Sent Anywhere in the United States on 30 DAYS' FSEE ?TRIAL ?VA WE WILL SI l>t N.I STARCK PIANO. w,lJ ;? M.H.I, witli brass f?-<*t -?.,. *"??? tor. ?11 fully wanauteelf.riS years, on .?0 I lays 1 ? ,e< ?without ?akina suit ni?>n??y in advance-, an.i if jretj ? o t ?? ,: | It tu? ho;- h?? ?ft. iw-rl?t-!on-d and hi.hast ?rade Piano Touharc e?er se?. tS?V*Jd rtCceptable o mad? in all ?will stand the? ko and jury." not cost you a se-lf nii'l fully equal to I!.? .nost faenvoo? ond liii:l'-.t.pried Impoi 1 ;>. ?, ,. in ?? I he-nee you mo t?> penny. It.:. ?j able as-a?! I as williim to '?? ^tid all our Drxiniisea andasr-*?? mentfi. hence- jrrv.i ,uu safe ?i> . ?or proposj ?icial ?r?ncv -wTil tell you we are Send for Our Special Advertising Offer to First Buyers ?n New Localities and Sav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 August 1911

ail theiu?! When They Were Deposited As Backing o? Tennessee Com? pany, Weakened Trust Com? panies Were Saved From Crash. NEW YORK?Sspeiisjl-i:\-rro8i-' dent Theodor?? Roosevelt, during vrhose administration the Teni Coal ami lr??n Company was ??erged with the Steel Trust, appeared at the ?congressmnal hearing of the standing ?committeo in the City Hall. Mr. Roosevelt asked thut he be Sworn us ? witn The ?uddsn appearance of the 01 Presideiit. l?y wh??se sanction the' Steel Trust I? ?Sid 10 have been allowed to absorb tin' Tenn?sss<ss ?Coal arad ?ron Company, its ?ol? big rival, ?aused a sensation. It was entirely voluntary, thoiii-h the COmmtttM hSS long wam ?ad te? know about the conferen?Ds be? tween Jude? Oiary, Henry C. Frlck and himself during the panic of 1S07, -when bis Bnsnclal conooffn? were crashing In Wall Street and when Frick and Gary ?ranted assurance that the st< ?.-I Trust would ii"t b? proa? cute?! it it gobbtod UP its rival. While thia confer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 August 1911

Rheumatism Yields to MILAM Read The Proof; Former U. 5. Postmaster Recommends Milam. Gent ' r.-.i r,.r tamKf y??ara with ?i ir.. - ri.-.?I l.y her phjr*?icl?nn ?*.? '"rlc Acid i;.i.>?iiii.ei-.iii. and aHtooutfb bo trvaled her. sln> ii. \. r obtained t '?? - ? M amt knowing It I? ' I ? v?-ry fre??U.-jit.> In ?liiiil it ? her on it. Sho t???* mu t r.-trard b?T ? ' ? ? l.v re I ?.?v.-.J nit Wilt :iitv:ivs t.ik.? ? i.n.-iidiii? Mil.AM tur Lrle Avid trout. Your? truly, C. T. UAKKSI'AUS Danville. V.l.. July is. HM. Spent $3,000 on Rheu? matism. N.?rf?<lk. Vu.. Jnly ?.1. 1*>in. ANlUt ftvr? T?..'' ?-? . itr? fi.r.ir: ???in ..v." i-iinw t..r ;iii known ren rs, went t?> n ?t esprines, bul ???? ??'?IV. ??! ? nuil h y. I ha ? til.1 ! I Will dU II ' en. wAjjs. Rheumatism Entirely Cone. C??i?-J ? ?111 ? >>? i In ?i ?i.inr ' i ?. ? ? i ili? ?-.mmI }(,ur n?s has d. order t?? i '??? tr?.ul)l?> ls . n '...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 August 1911

WANTS JTANTBD?SECOND HAND BAGS ?ana Burlap, all kluds- Write for prices. RICHMOND BAG CO., Rich V*. WANTED?YOUNG PEOPLE TO soacrw that wo have a special intro ?acitery rate in effect until September If purchased prior to cbove $30 will buy an unlimited (life) scholarship for either the Commercial er Shorthand course. Write for Infor aaatioa. BATNES BUSINESS COLLEGE, _Richmond, Va. ~nELP WANTED BALE. ~ BECOME A CHAUFFEUR; EARN 0K per week. Positions secured for all competent graduates. Day or night les? sons; actual practice at all our ?schools. NATIONAL AUTO SCHOOL CORIN?RATION, Main ottice 2?1-223 West Broad Street, Richmond, Va; Worfolk Branch. 811 12th Street; I*/achburg Branch, 406-408 Main ?Street; Roanoke Branch, 107 Church Warn* WANTED YOUNG MEN IN OUR ?automobile training school. A com? plete course in driving and repalriag ?for a small rash payment. Tsu may pec?me competent in a few weeks and secure a position paying from $75 to 9190 per month. Instructions day or eight. Pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 August 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VIII. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1911 NO. 28 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Grande It yon seed anything in this line get our price before placing order. ablas ns to torn out the highest claea work at moat reasonable prices. Ws pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work in ceme? tery. We respectfully Invite yon to call and Inspect our large stock of finished We are doing the largest business an Tidewater Vir gftela. The latest Improved ma wlth plant equipped en which fax In Norfolk. If unable to call write ua for catalogue LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street and William Avs. NORFOLK. VA. ?n Fine Beach Car Una is 8T61. >< ki. A. Mumford, Pros., J. P Nottingham, V.-Pre*. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS . H., VA. the naaemata ef firms and Individuals and ? atson eonslatent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Mosey In TasU Cot sred ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 August 1911

TNLKhNG SLAM IS AS OLD AS THE USE OF LANGUAGE Origin of Tarring and Feathering Dates Back to Crusades?"Kick? ing the Bucket" and What It Means?Drinking in Bumpers. If th.: v one thing that th.? aessragS man would be willing t?? wan. merleta origin it would be th. i ens , . tain rural them w tar and 1?. there. Indi*. I ? dou thai ti ? inishment peculiar to the Unit.-l Sta' hlch is sup? transgl ?ras insti? tut? . nited S ? this ? tli. : 1. hi? 1) it \ ti i ? ? r i ?: and i not in? clude.I in ; : code. Im? km.: the Backet. WI - on.? t.ir whom ? ?? ha*. ? havli we ens ploy ? ? ! would seem I a p- rig, but, as a matter ? ? >ld and, when about the year 1721 one Bolsover hung himself to a beam while standing ?>n the bottom of s bucU- I the bucket away. Although at first used only In it has been applied in ".. ? rs to any d without distinction. Th ;. t In r. Is >i\ e phrase part hastily of least resist nd frequently applied t.? ulters w In? "skedaddled" to ?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 August 1911

AUSTRIAN SPY IN U. S. FftRTS Enlisted Man Said to Be Learn? ing Coast Defense Plans for Austria. INDIANA l?OLlS. IND.?Spcl.?Cap. tain James Watson, In charge of the United St at ?-s Army recruiting office here, ha? asked for a warrant for the arrest or | George Peter?, of the One llundre?! and Thirty-fifth Coast Ar? tillery, ?aid to be stationed at Fort Totten. New York, on th?? ground that he 1? an Austrian ?py, trying to get plan? of our coast defenses. I*. ter? I? said to be Count Wlndiach Araetz, of Prague. ?O?r?ors*;e IVIrra at Kort Tillen. FORT TOTTEN, Wll.LKTS POINT, N. Y.?Special.?Colonel Strong, com? mander of Fort Totten, stated t?>?Iay that there waa a private of the One Hundred and Thlrty-nfth United 81 Coast Artillery In hi* command named George Peter?, but that he knew noth? ing of the charge that the man Is an Austrian ?py. However, he said, news of this character would go to Washlug ton and be threshed out there before it would reach him through official c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 August 1911

^??K 1 M."i Vi)l.-YOU NEED MR Do vou tct^ember the ahes? reme? k 1 need v\>*> and your trade. You &ave So ?ne inooey, aotne es?*;- i (owl. >r which 1 ?vfijl ?five vouthc beat price the market a***k>ids You n?d ttje and my goods. I am here to *erve you with the best I cat. get ? And give you more goods for tin same nxoticv. e. the ".ante isood ior less rnotiev. 8 qt. galvani;?**?. water pail 2 for 2.V. 10 qt. BeKt l.C. llu heavy swedsje sole pails 10a: each thf hest $0c tea in the ?countv try it. the best 2'?c coff?ee get i pound, b ball ppcvgo?t set $1, b hall .???Oc, 4 ball 75c * A Toil* Kne of carpet samples arid w?.l pj*#ske you carpets ?or rugget:; to fit yo^ ? room 1 sell The t'rex rugs cheaper than the lsLail or? der houses. Be;-*, made table 0? cloth fancy 20c y?i. white 2*<- Ho* harness, lag* dusters, men's linen dus? ters, horse collars, hainjcss steel col? lars. 54.5<> try their.. t'or...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 August 1911

?oteed? U>v. es t. Net Fa c \ ory Pric?? Eaiisit TsrrW ?? A Savi ng of $100 ko $200 Prom Fac? tory Direct. HIST?RCK M? # Sent Anywhere in the United States on 30 DAYS' FSEE?TRIAL 11 a?. WE WILL Sl T>t Nil STARCK PIANO. **' , ;? M.H.I, witli brass f?-<*t ~-~ *"??? i'. *:i fully wanauteelf.riS years, on.?0 I lays 1 ? ,e< ?without Mklns ,inv ni<>n<-y in advance-, an.i if jretj OOnot ti I It tu? ha.- h?? ?ft. swrr-tatt toned and hi.hast ?rade Piano Touharc e?e?r ???< tSssVnd rvcceptable o mad? in sill ?will stand th.? K? and jury." not cost you a se-lf teii'l fully equal to I!.? .nost fatnvou? ond hid --.Iprlcid Impoi 1 |i> ?, ?, in ? I hence you ai?i t.> penny. Isa ?j able as vi-i-11 as wtllinu to '?? *nd all our premises andasT?.?j> ments. hence jrrv.i .u?j safe i:> . iur propeosj ?icial nr?nt-v -wTii tell y??u we are Send for Our Special Advertising Offe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 August 1911

??. TH? ?AIR' When They Were Deposited As Backing o? Tennessee Com? pany, Weakened Trust Com? panies Were Saved From Crash. NEW YORK?iSpeiiJ^I-i:\-rrasl-' dent Theodor?? KooMV<tlL ?.?iritis ?whose administratii.it the Teni Coal ami Iron Company was merged with the Steel Trust, appeared at the congressional bearing of tin* standing commit too In the City Hall. Mr. Roosevelt asked thut he be Sworn as a. witn The sudden appearance of the 01 President. by whose sanction the Steel Trust is said to have been Allowed to absorb tin? Tennessee ?Cos? and ?ron Company. Its sole big ri\a!. caused a .sensation. It was entirely voluntary, though the committee has long want? ed t.? know about the conference be? tween Judge Gary. Henry C. Frick and himself during the panic of 1907, when biir Bnsnclal conoerna were crashing In Wall Street an?l when Frick and Gary wanted assurance that the Steel TrUSl would n??t be prOSS cutetl it it gobbled UP its rival. While tins conference vas on the ?...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 August 1911

Rheumatism Yields to MILAM Read The Proof; Former U. 5. Postmaster Recommends Milarn. Oent ' r.-.l for Tnany ?roar? with ?i if - T1.-..I by i>-T pbjrniclana ??? ''rlc Aci.l Knmiiu.itlatu. ?nd allhoutfh bo treated h?-r. sin? ei. \,-r ..'?!.int.-.1 r '?? - M and knowing It I??? t . v.-ry fri?nU'-jit.> in almii .r ? li.-r on ?t. Shu ?"on mil t r.?*rar?l ber.i ? ? l.v r.-li'-v.-il m t ?ill .'?iwiivs tike, - i.'i.-iiilnttc 5II1.AM tur L'rlc Avid trout) Toar? truly. C. T. UAKKSIiAUS Danville. V.l.. July is. ma, Spent $3,000 on Rheu? matism. Norfolk. Vu.. July at, I9ML At? rat flvo 7(i.'' ?41 lam fi.r.ir: tentoT???" f-imxi t.?r ;iii known ren ra, went to H"? esprines. b?*l ???? e-.-lv. ??! ? unit li y. I hti ? tli.it I Will et.i i ' C. II. WADS. Rheumatism EntireSy Cone. C;?1?.'J ?iii ? Well in ? h.ini ' Id not ? i Hi? ?-.mhI j-,,ur n? baa <1. 1-1. T lo I-. ?i" trouble is en ' l wlU lho ovo rumaunnA : 1 voluntarily irlvc this testllUi.lll.il. ;|nl lully ree...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 August 1911

WANTS STANTBD?SECOND HAND BAGS and Burlap, all kluds- Write for prices. RICHMOND BAG CO., Rich Ve>. WANTED?YOUNG PEOPLE TO fcatrw that we have a special intro ?aalory rate in effect until September If purchased prior to cbove $30 will buy an unlimited (life) .?scholarship for either the Commercial me Shorthand course. Write for Infor ?satio*. HAINES BUSINESS COLLEUE, _Richmond. Va. ~nELF WANTED MALE. ~ BECOME A CHAUFFEUR; EARN $36 per week. Positions secured for all eonopetent graduates. Day or night les? sons; actual practice at all our ?schools. NATIONAL AUTO SCHOOL CORI-ORATION, Main ottice 2?1-223 West Broad Street, Richmond, Va.; ?Orfolk Brauch. 811 12th Street; I*/BChburg Branch, 406-408 Main ?Street; Roanoke Branch, 107 Church ?treet WANTED YOUNG MEN IN OUR entorno bile training school. A com? plete course in driving and repairing ?tor a small cash payment. Ysu may become competent in a few weeks and escure a position paying front $75 to $100 per month. Instruction...

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

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL .- - ? =3 VOL. VIII. MATHEWSC. H.? VA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1911 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite U yon need anything In this 11ns get our price before placing order. ables us to turn out the highest clsss work at most reasonable prices. Ws pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work In caaes tery. We respectfully Invite you to ??all and Inspect our Urge stock as* finished as? wasss In Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street and William Avs. NORFOLK, VA. On Pine Beach Car Line. Phone 1761. We are doing the largest business fia Tidewater Vir? a-tala. The latest Improved ma? chinery with which our plant is eeslpped ?an? il EL Mumford, Pre?., J. P Nottingham, V.-Pres. ?mud Cashier. GLOUCESTER MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS. H., VA. afra?lelas the as acanta of firms and Individuals and off era te easterners saxmunrrodatton consistent with good banking Inesrest Alle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 September 1911

J?ttla BtKNSE TO STftWD OH STORY OF HICHWaTNIM ?CHC8TERFIELD C. H.? Special.? THE ! \-T DOUBT as TO TUE \N1> THAT THE DEFENSE WILL v?NTAIN W ?*D? SPELLED THURS? DAY WHEN COUNSEL H M SMITH Jl ,1?OR THE PRISONER VKED l'IlATI?' AI t.\ TUAT lu. OASE Si ? O l.l ? REST II'? ?N HENR N o. si? >;;\ ?.?r TH K BEAKl m;i> WAYPAKKK. who shot his wife t?> death .'\ the midlothian turnpike on the n1uht df july 1STH ?ITH SAID: ? THE BEGINNING OF THIS -i: THEKE HAS BEEN A LOT OF TALK TO THE EFFECT THAT WE I-t RPOSED FINALLY TO PLEAD 1 N \'1TY. THEKE HAS N K\ ER I ANYTHING TO IT. THIS IS THE FIRST TIME THAT I HAVE DIS? CUSSED IT. 1 HAVE LET IT RE MAI N A N INK.N'OU N QUA NTiT V BECAUSE I KNEW THAT AS LONG AS IT WAS UNKNOWN IT WAS BOTHERING THE PROSECUTION. AM) 1 SAW NO REASON WHY 1 SHOULD UTTER ANY THIN?.; TO LltillTKN THEIR BURD1 . . ?DAY, ?U'W i:\ ER. THE C \s: JN 8U< H SHAPE THAT i EMPHATI .LY STATE THAT WE NEVER HAD ANY INTENTION TO ENTER AN ...

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