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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 5 October 1911

?ESBEBS9B iOU ??BBBB /llMU?ncrv ?penittQ ?bursoa**-, Jri?>a? an?> Saturfra** ?ctobcr 5--C-7 Select Dieplap of pattern Triats ?7 gas?. apres main ?hate? The despera i fighters at last won'.-...??. rescuers had practically hope of ever seeing any of th??* _ ,s\ .live. Gradually the flames were sub? dued and n fresh current of air turn? ed Into the shaft. Many of the miners had retreated t?>ward the safe exit through which a current of fresh air ?was being pumped. The rescued minera declared they had been affect? ed little from gases. WILL AGAIN ATTEMPT TO FREE STRIPLING DANVILLE, VA.? Special.? The family of K. Edgar Stripling, allas R. E. Morris, former Chief of Police of l>anville, now serving a life sentence In the Georgia State prison, left this city Sunday for Columbus, Ga., where they will make their home. The Stripling family consists of wife and ten children. Since the fath? er's arrest last March several of ths older children have been working and supporting the f...

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. — 5 October 1911

Tt*H SXJ1M m/UtTYT"OTU?i ?nt?d \ Issued Morning, Evening and Sunday Ik Great Home Vaper oi the South ? THE N*%* OF THE WORLD is gathered by the well-trained special e^rreepoodewls 04 THE SUN and set before the readers in a concia? and in tercet i Tg mas-wet each morning and weekday afternoon. Aa a chrortigle of world event?. THE SUN IS INDISPENSABLE, while Its bureaus Irf Washington and New York make its new*, from the legislative aad financial dentera of the country the best that oat? be ohtnlned, A? A WO?wAN'? PAPER THE SUN ha? no snperior. hcinr morally ami Intellectually %pX*iper of the highest type. It publishes the very be*st< feature that cao be written ?on iaahion, art an i miscellaneous matters. THE ?UN'S market news make? it A BUSINESS MAN.S NECESSITY ?for ?he farmer, the mcrcnart and the broker can d?pend upoe ooinplcle and fel i able Informatise, upon their various line?? of trade. By mail THE SVN (morning and evening) 25c. a month or $3 yr THE SUNDAY SUN. j ^fo?Y mon...

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. — 5 October 1911

TL??lyatt tKIlolffc Aft?ll?nerv ?pening tTburs&a?, Jrioa? ant> Satiuoap ?ctober 5??3-*7 Select ?ieplav of ipattcrn IHats ? CARDS KR O M CANDIDATES a To the Voters of Mathewb and Middlesex Owinji to the irregularities of the recent primary (Republicans voting, stuffing of Ballot Box, <ne man running for an office in a booth making tickets) and kin-wing a great mariv people to b<- dissatisfied with such a result and being urged by many from J Middlesex as well as M at be WS, 1 announce myself a candidate to lepresent you in the neat L?gis? lature of Va. I aminf.tvor of best mm 'tools we can get ami having ?nan) as high schools as possible. I am oppose?! to the breaking of the Baylor survey In any manner. I am in favor of economy alonu all lines. My opponent is in favor of breaking the Baylor Sur? vey because he has rented out public rocks that were proven to be so in the Baylor Survey and . after being fought in the courts foi ? four years were turne?i out. He is not in f...

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. — 5 October 1911

rat??*. warship mm to mt& He?v7 Armor Is Shattered by Flying Debris From IU-Fated Liberto?Win do wi in Ton Ion Shattered?Great Public Funeral. . *AJUS." SpeeiaL?la aa offi. <fctval report t.uLnuiiu*d to the .Na? y 1H* parti? i<*nt by Admiral BeUue this afternoon the number or dead in the Liberte disaster Is placed at 235. This in? lud**? the sailors killed on the Drunnratlo and other warships, as wed I as tffeaaa ??!?<> partsfctsd as* the Lib t-ru*. Admiral Bel lue tvad be-on commanded to make an invc-nU g-atiou. TOULON, FRANCE.? Special.? A living man is imprisoned in one o? ?he turret? of the battl?sshlp Liberte, sa h ich was ?ent to the bottom by yes terday'a expl?>elon?, according to sal ?age men who are working on the wreckage today. Theae men declared that they have been in communica? tion with the imprisoned sailor and that In a feeble voice he told them that he is surrounded In a turret by fifteen corpse?. They say that they have succeeded In getting food ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 5 October 1911

whether in business or social life d?epends almost entirely upon health. Would you dominate instead of walking in the ruck? As Whitman says "Do you not see how it would serve to have eyes, blood, complexion clean and sweet, to have such a body and soul that when ycu ent?er a ?crowd, an atmosphere of d?esire and command enters with you and every one is impressed with your personality?" How to Have Eyes, Blood and Complexion Clean and Swee+ BRIBE STATEMENTS Wt?OM RELIA cor LE? Milam has given me a great appetite and cleared and softened my akin. H. W. Lay don, Spray. N. C. Milam has restored my sight almost en? tirely. I wa? nearly blind when I started its use. W. E. Griggs, St?cy. and Trea?. W?r-stbrook8 Elevator Co.. Danville. V.i. Milan cur??d me of ?eczema after I had suffered with it 26 years and despaired of relirf. C. H. Williams, salesman for Cluett. Peabody ?St Co.. Troy. N. Y. F. D. ? ? d all my life with my eye?, ?king Milam I can read very fine iJ ?Jo embroidery work at ni...

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. — 5 October 1911

WANTS sSMSSB)eas*s???,****t__L i_?_ . ._?_?****t-*** I WJt-rTBD?SBlOND 11 \M) BAUS and! ftUmi-AP. Write for price?. BUHMOMI B\!.IO. lne? _RICHMOND. Mu I K0TICE8. I MOSE Y TO LOAS OR LIFT M*RT GAG "Will yon let twenty cents a day stand between you and a home? You ?onn buy from a 11,000 to a $5,000 home. ?Only & per cent, simple interest You ?can return the principal at $7.60 pet month or ?190.00 a year, giving you ten and one-half years to repay the loan. Ton can pay off the loan as soon as you like, thereby stopping further in teresL G S K! .'Il AKDSON. 408 Am. Nat. Rank Bldg., Phone Mad. 2401. Richmond, Va. W TO? WANT TO BUY A FARM, or country home, will give you long time at 5 per cent, interest only. "Write M. Davidson, 326 W. Main ?Btreet. Richmond, Va. HAIR GOOD'S. AJbsb THE LATEST PARI8 FASH? IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. All Kinds of hair on hand or made to srdsr. Combings made into Switches, Pompadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfac? aos ?guaranteed. HUGHES. 200 North Third St., Richmon...

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. — 12 October 1911

THE MATHEW? JOURNAL m . .... M _,- ..,?-? ?' ... - _ VOL. VIH. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1911 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble* and Granite If ytm need anything; in this lins get our price bsfors placing order. We are doing ths ?largest business to Tidewater Vir? ginia. The lstsst laaarovsd ma ?alasry with which our plant Is eqnlpped en? ables us to turn out ths highest class work at most reasonable prices. Ws pay freight and gire personal atten? tion to placing work In ceme? tery. We respectfully Invite you to call and Inspect our large stock of finished la Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street and William Avs. NORFOLK. VA. Oft Ptne Beach Car Line. Pitons 1751. Il B. Mmnford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MA THE WS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS . H., VA. ?ollchs ths as scents ef firms and Individuals sad offers to eusfemsr* ?msdatkm censistsnt with good hanking latsrest Allowed ...

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. — 12 October 1911

COURT CLERK SHOT OUT BOTH EYES STAl'NTON, VA, ?Special.?Alexau 01 th.- Bupr< Court of Appeals of Virginia, shot himself through the rieht tempi? tiortly after noon and destroyed the stght of both eyes. He lias -nee in ten of living, but ?will lly blind suicid.? < lus.-.i ? ssnsstloB here, Mr. May is a popular ;>" ? n man of unusually hapi *m?ni'?r of the KIks. and fond o SI'"' is St his ollh-e in the ?m.' ' sppsarsd to ?be In splr It home OB the sir.-.t car at noon and ssked for his She ivas oui and he wont u|> t<> his m. A few minutes ! pistol ?hot waa heard '?ad his sister-in-law, Bag-by, rushed ?<> his d found him lyli -? the with a bullet hole In his ten doctors wen ?ned and ? !i him when they ;tr m <? The man was Still eons. ums. but refused srhy hs had shot hi>M . mumbling that "it waa ?*st fool trl< *? ?lid in my life." Th?? bullet from a IS-Cftllber pistol ?iro??tly through hi? temples. forcing both eyeballs out upon the ehe ?-ig a frightful ...

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. — 12 October 1911

WALK-OUT ON HARRIMAN LINE MEN SHOW?11 UP SATI/RDAY AND WHEN HOIK ARRIVED THEY DBOPPED EYEBYTHING AND WALKED OUT?TRAFFIC WILL BE CONGESTED. CHICAGO, ILL.-? Special.? Four thousand employes of the Illinois Cen? tral Railroad, employed at the Burn side shops, struck today in response to the strike order isaued yeaterday by the unions in the Illinois Central sys? tem Federation of Shop Employe?. The machinists did not go out wi-.h the others. They are waiting telegraphic inatructions from their president. WtU Be Territie Struggle. Officials of the five unlona ordered to atrike at 10 o'clock this morning on the Illinois Central and Harrlman linea predicted today that when the men walked out the greatest shop strike in the history of railroading would be begun. Plans to obey the orders of the offi? cers of the unions were received at headquarters, a result of votes taken in the various locals, and the strlk? der, telegraphed to twenty-five division heads, had been acknowledged by the unio...

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. — 12 October 1911

SUT? ?AUTiTfiOTti?, iwl?. Itstiffd Morning, Evening; and Sundav The Great Home Paper oi ilic Soutli TH* NXWS OF THE WORLD la gathered by the weV.-tralned special correspondents ot THR SUN and set before the readers in a concise and in terestiiTg manner each morning and weekday afternoon As a chronicle of world events THK SUN IS INDISPENSA til.?*:, while its bureaus in Washington and New York make its new* from ?he kfrislatlvt and financial centers of the countrv the beat that can be obtained. AS A WOMAN'S PAPER THK SUN has no superior, beiny morally and Intellectually a paper of the highest typ?*. It publishes the very best feature that can be written on fashion, art an J miscellaneous matters. THK SUN'S market new? makes it A BUSINESS MAN,S NECESSITY for ?be far mer, the mercnant and the broker can depend upon complete and reliable information upon their various lines of trade, By mail THE SUN (morning and evening) 25c. a month or $3 yr THE SUNDAV SUN. | ?c*&7months ?' $??<?...

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. — 12 October 1911

?ur ?lMIUncrt Department Our Millinery Opening was largely attended and oar disp ay of the NEWEST CREATIONS met with general approval. If you were not present at our opening yon should visit our depart ment before making any def?nate selections. \ Dress <5oobs ani> Silks Large variety of the newest fabrics shown in all the popular colorings tor dresses and suits. 36 inch, all wool Serge, *tU colors, worth 75c, specia1 price "*,?9c Messolines are very popular this season owing to their soft and -, 'urable quality. We have on displa) here a handsome assortment of colors, black, garnet, green, Navy, brown and purple. 36 inches wide, ail Silk back 98c. per yard. 36 inches guaranteed Black Taffeta silk $1.2s grade special price 98c per yard. 36 inch Black Taffita Silk $1.00 grade, special price 7?9c. per yd. Suits anb Coate FOR LADIES AND MISSES This is fast becoming an age of ready to wear garments. We have studied your interests in selecting these garments and are pre? pared to f...

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. — 12 October 1911

WHY REGIPR0CI1Y WAS DEFEATED Tn the laet Comm. discusses the defeat of reciprocity in Canada a? follows: The overthrew of the Liberal gov? ernment In Canada on the reciprocity Issue ends the hope of the treaty at this time, and probably for years. Th.' natural result of the rejection by Canada <>f the overtures made by the Catted States will be ?n Iner In the tarin* in Canada and a disin? clination on the part of th< States to take up the suhject ol ?? ? ro.-ity again soon. It is. considering all that has occurred, unfortunate for two reasons that the Mb> ot eraa brought forward: In the first place It has Riven pro l Canada a chance to ap ; to any anti-American pre.;: that .xists there?and it must b? admitted that there h preju? dice. It is irrealer In quantity and more Intenso than was supposed, has ?i studiously fanned for par purposes until it has developed into a flame which it will require time to extinguish. Unless there It? a real and active fe? ling agalnat the p...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 October 1911

?Bs*Bs**s*?*s*B*t **n2 *V**^?,*?Bg? aSi^^?*B*Ba*BB*sBB saastt T?P<1 ?JftxaB "" * ?SrfaB gs^gaF Jl PS asBB aaaw : mJM aas - ^?aan B^ * *^aa^a*B?^BH?s.-^^ T&???r Dr. Woods Hutchinson, considered one of the liP most brilliant writers on modern therapeutics, says: 'Vichness and freshness of color are Richness and Purity of Blood and vigor of circulation. A good ask your druggist about Milam. A complexion exphalicaJly comes from blood purifier and reconstructive within; only imitations and poor tonic standir..: r!o-?e and without ones at that can be painted, plas- competition. \ i suspect any ter??d or rubbed on from without. other prep - ttion of being in its To look well you must be well." If class we ask that you read the you want the clean, clear c?>mplex- labels. The pure food law protects ion glowing with the crimson of enly those who read the labels, pure blood, the bright sparkling eye No blood remedy should contain and the happy expression that alcohol?a false stimulan...

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. — 12 October 1911

WANTS WJbNTKD?SECOM) Il VM) BAGS and EUKLVP. Vi i'e for prices. RUHMOM? BAG CO- Ib?^ Hit H MOM?, \ \. >i>TI(KS. ROM Y TG l.o\> OK LIFT HORT. Will you let twenty reata a day atand between jrou and a homo? You can buy from a $1,000 to a 15,000 home Only 5 i You can return ; Cipa] at $7.50 per aaonth or 190 aad one-half he loan. Toa can pay off you like. ? stopping in? terest. Vtanae Mad. 2401. imond, \ m TOU WANT TO BUT A FARM. or country home, will give you long time at 5 per cent, interest only. Write ML Davidson, 326 W. Main ?Street. Richmond, Va. _ HAIRGOODSL_ Abb THE LATEST PARIS FASH KMN8 IN HAIR DRESSING. All kinds of hair on hand or nade to tarder. Combings made into Switches, Pompadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfac? tion guaranteed. HUGHES. 201? North Third St., Richmond, Va. BTJB IT OUT. fJMBREVER ACHE OR PAIN IS LO aatee?-stiffness and soreness of ?inaclea or Joints?rub in Freyser's ?Brest Nerve and Bone Liniment, and tins pain disappears; the greatest all round liniment ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 October 1911

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL HL MATHEWS C H. VA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1911 ~\ VOL. VIM. MATHEWS C H, VA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1911 ___,_._ INO. 3o Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite X ysaj sn?B?f saythlng la this Una s*st ?sur pries bsfors placing arder. th? fmprsvaf B* shlaery with ablas as to tara out the klghsst class work at most i-ejasouasle prices. Ws pay freight sad glvs personal sttsn tioa to plsclng work In ?asms tery. Invite you to call snd Inspect our large stock of finished ?a Hsrfoik If unable to call writs as for catalogus. LAWSON & NEWTON llth Street and William Avs. NORFOLtK, VA. Csr Lin? 8(712. H M. mtmmd?vd, PreiL, J. P. NottingliAin, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Peii Up Capitel $5$,?09 MATHEWS . H., VA. its of Anns snd mdtviduala sad ?offers to SOnslBtSnt With gOOd Ha*?lrt?f fct?ssrs?t Allowed Os Savings Aeeosats. AD Msaey la Ysslt Cst sred By Burglar Inssrsaea. 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M C. D. CLINTON t^tjrTsUCT...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 October 1911

WEST POIMT CADETS ARE EXPELIED ?TNQCTKY INTO -DISMISSAL OF 8TLOKNTS RF.VKAJLS I Kill?. HIT* V'IX'bT'?ATS. LYNCHBURG, VA.? Bpeclal ? An Inquiry Into the facts in the case of the dismissal of four 'West Point ca? dets, which was confirmed laat wees: by Preshlent Taft, has revealed state? ments .lent out from Washington and published in various paper? aa mis? leading and seriously srron? The dismissed cadets were Ralph I. ?Sasse. Delaware, third class; Tatnall D. Slmkins, t.eorgla, fourth class; El? liot H. Freeland. South Carolina, thlrtt ?lass; James Dearlng Christian, Virginia, fourth class. one newspap?r publishes an arti? cle entitle?! "Taft Confirm? the Dis? missal of Four Drunken Cadets," and states that they "?*? "tly con? victed of intoxication." The four cadets wer?? tn.'d In the rt ^ular way in which all cadets, charged with violation? of the rules of the institution? are tried, and the ?rdfl Of the evidence are kept at the? offices of the War Department in -hingt on. Theae ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 October 1911

TAYL8R ACQUITTES OF MAIL ROBBERY t ? ., RICHMOND, V A.? Special. ? Acting on the inatructlona of As? sistant District Attorney Robert H. Taller, the jury in the United Statea District Court on Monday returned a verdict of not guilty In the ?case of Q<eorgB s*L Taylor, former stamp clerk in Station B of the Richmond post orfflce, who was charged with stealing ??*?* of Government money. Senator E. C Folkea, counsel for the accused, maintained that his client was ths victim of a "put-up-job" and TBIs mode of questioning F. W. Schieck. the station superintendent, was very sewers. The lawyer got Mr. Schleck to ad Bdtt that he had wrongfully used street snr transfers and also that he had played draw poker?one cent ante? during office hours while employed art the main poet office here. These things, coupled with the vasjue suspicion against Mr. Taylor, resulted in his acquittal. Among the prisoner's friends it had Ixssn felt all along not only that he was Innocent of any wrongdoing, but...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 October 1911

liserM M-orntng, Eventos: and Sunday The $m\ Home Vapet ol \k South TBS N?W?t>F TAS WORLD la gathered by the well -trained special i QS|>ontliaftiSn TUT Sl'N and set before the readers in a concise and in -reatlrg taaaaec each r.wrntng and weekday afternoon. Am achroa?tle?Sf wecld event? THK SUN IS 1NOISPKNSMiLB. while .a bare? as k? W#*abAtm?ton and New York make its new? from the l?*,yrislatlv** tad fta?aacta\ ?enter? of the country the best that can be obtained. AS A WOMA?rb PAPtiR THE SUN b s no superior, beinr morally and intellexitaally a paper o? the highest tvpe. It publishes the very best feature '. can be written on fashion art an .1 miscellaneous matters. THR STJI-TS saarket new h makes it A BUSINESS MAN.S NECESSITY f or *he f at aner, the mercnant and the broker can depend upon complete and able information apon their various lines of trade, mail THE SUN (morning and evening) 25c. a month or $3 yr HE SUNDAY SUN. \ ^c.a,or?7months or *'?-? a *?< nd THE SUN, morni...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 October 1911

Oui* ii?ilUnci'*v2 "(Department Our Millioerv OfPeniag waa largely attended and our dis ?O? the NEWEST l.KfvVTIOXS met with general approval. II >?>u were not present at our opening you should visit our depart trient before making any def?nate selections. CT& IDrcss <5oobs an?5 Silks Large variety of the newest fabrics shown in all the popular ;s tor dresses and suit?;. 3*5 Jnch, all wool Serge, all colors, worth 75c, specia' price $Qc M?slolines are very popular this season owing to their soft and durable quality. We have on displa) here a handsome assortment of colors, black, garnet, green. Navy, brown and purple. 36 inches wide, ail Silk back q8c. pe# yard. . 36 inches guaranteed Black Taffeta silk $1.25 grade special price 98c. per yard. 36 inch Black Taffita Silk $1.00 trrade. special pri; v: r?c. per yd. Suits anb Coats it FOR LADIES AND MISSES This is fast becoming an age of ready to wear garments. We have studied your interests in selecting these garments andar?...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 October 1911

honMiAL flay?v. REY. JAMES CAMION Miaqmoted Danrills 'Metkodisl'| ?epeatedly?Take? Up Metkods of Political Parson in Caurda, ?school and Bniin?i Ma-t *er??ltO? ?SoTsraor. RICHMOND, VA.--Special.? In the ?LK?tvober tsarns of tl*e i/aa ?rtale MetlMjdtaH, ?Milted by Ma?. A. ?U. Mosdey, Alrtere appear? a ?lamad ?dtt'or1sJys>?'?BK?hliiS' sua "?u?alv and vmdUJiJfro attssck*' roadc by sha w J??***>. Partie? Cannon in Lbs nirlav atan Advocate. Mr. Moeolcy niakes axane nwcilatlons reisswilliisj tbs naeethoda porsu<ed by l>r. ?Oaunoo, fats connection with the Ulack stone Female IntSitut?, Use tuar ajnan or understanding in eonnoo <?t(?n wltli the temperance question and the ''machlue'* in Virginia In 1909. Following: Is the editorial is full: We received from the editor of ths Advocate an advanced copy of an edi? torial written In reply to our article, which appeared In the September rnimK-r of The Methodist. Most of this editorial, but not all. appeared In the Advocate of Sept...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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