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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 9 November 1911

DENIES REPORT OF__ TURKISH VICTORY Italian Force, However, Is Closely Hemmed in?Its Situation Des? perate and Its Fate in Doubt. Censorship Conceals the Real Conditions. ?OflSTAMTIK?PLE, Special*? It Is reported tliat tin* Turkish <jk>v?-rii!ii<-!it is In receipt of tele? graphic advhvH fr?un Italy, offer? ing to enter into an armistice pre? paratory to negotiating for peace ?pon term* favorable to Turkey. The report has not been offi? cially coiiairuiod. Hume Hears of Army's Defeat. ROME, Special.? Excitement was caused here today hy reports from Constantinople to the effect that Tri? poli had been reoecupied by the Ot? toman troops. The War Office de? nounced this report as false, although it was admitted that many Italian soldiers had been killed in a battle with Turks and Arabs. It was ?aid that the loss among tin Turks and Arabs was also great Turks May Have Taken Tripoli. LONDON. Special.?The atartling intelligen? ?? that the city of Tripoli has been r?'?uptured by an...

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. — 9 November 1911

?ll?ncrv > <$oobe t?ous ?ente'* jf urn?sfo?na Hn IDlnu?tiall? Complete ^Department Store MATHEWS MARINE RAILWAY Equipped with a 10 H. P. Double Cylin . ? Steam Engine and capable of drawing : it any boat of not more than loo ton Larthen. We are now ready for business. A full force of Carpenters, Painters, Riggers, Ma? chinists, Etc., alwavs on hand prepared tc do any necessary work. Commodius Wharf and large anchorage room with .good harj bor. COPPER AND BOAT PAINTS ALWAYS ON HAND YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. MILTON MURRAY, Prop. Williams Wharf. Va. JSrown's I NEED YOU?YOU NEED ME Do vou r?etnember the above remark? ! I need you and your trade. You i have some money, some efCKs or fowl < ior which I will ?five you the best price the market affords. You need me and my goods. I am "here to serve yon with the best I can fret* And (five you more floods for the ?ame money, or the same i?>Jod for les* money. 8 q*. galvanized water pail 2 for 2Sc, JO qt. Best I.C tin heavy swedge ...

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. — 9 November 1911

eL ECTION RETURN? VWO PRESENT INCUMBENTS DEFEATED BY SMALL MAJOF.ITIES IN HEAVY VOTE RESULT GREAT SURPRISE * CHRISTIAN WINS IN A WALK contest expected The large number of votes cast was not the only surprise sprung .1 Tuesday night. The election of Mr. N. E. Miller as treasurer of a field of four and the defeat of Mr. L. C. Garnett by R. L. :Cready for Comtnoowealth's attorney w.re results entirely unex ?ct?d. Th.- !? ;iit for sheriff was very close. Jno. E. Miller, the Present incumbent def?satin-i W, Luther Smith by to votes. The rest of the Primary ticket, Messrs Saunders. Christian, Smith and Davis, were elected; several of them having no opposition. Every member of the present Hoard of Supervisors was re-elected. The returns from the two counties show a majority of 403 for J. 1 C hnstian over his independent opponent Dr, Heynes. Messrs N. B. Weston. J J. Freeman and W. H. Miller were I ?elected magistrates in Westvi?Q District, A. J. Miller in Chesapeake \d S. Ingrain, James D....

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. — 9 November 1911

UNK IS MISSIH6 IN MURDER Gl Police. However. Claim The^ Do Not Need It?Avis Linnell's Sis ?er Called A? Witness The Today?Minister's Friends Confident. BO.9T0N, MASS., Special?Whether the Et?*/. rilircii. ? \. T. Would be indicted for the murder >?!' AvI? L.lnnell or whether the young clergyman will be freed of the charge of havin? administered cyanide of po |AR<i>in) t?? the pretty youii;; ?hoir gltiRcr. i ? t?> }?<> detern night, when th?> cr.inil jury srhich is weighing the evidence, re tmmed it? d?lib?rations. il?. Government had held Mftral of Its most important witnesses for to? days suasion, and It was expected that the strongest evldenc? in th. Iiamls of the prosecution would be fort he. ?iiiinK today. A large crowd gathered it the courthouse early, to catch a [UmpM of the witnesses. It ?was expected Miss Helen lannell. Avis' favorite slater, and the youngest mem- I ber of the lannell family, would take | the stand today. ? She is one of the most importa...

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. — 9 November 1911

por GQ?OL00D Milam is guaranteed under the pure food and drugs law to con? tain no opium, morphine, strych? nine, mercury, potash or ether dangerous or b a b 11 forming drugs. Thus you take no chances with your health when you take Milam. nUArl fc^aWv.??-* You take no chancea with roar money either, tor if you buy a course of six bottles and aro not benefitted you can get your money back for the asking. No dispute no argument- you are the judge. f n Rheumatism I will always take pleasure in reeom mending Milam f??r Uric Acid troubles. C. T. Barksdale. former U.S. Postmaster. Dauvilk-, Va. For nearly eight year* I taffarsd with rheumatism .it tunes unable to walk. I am t iking Mil ?m with great benefit, as I an now able to walk and suffer no pain. Mm. Ira R. Preston. Abingdon, Va. Rheumatism affect?-'! my heart until I conlit not lie down without such pain th.?t I could hardly bear it. Milan kaa atada me feel Ilk? n new woman. Mr^. J. P. l, t?5N. 8th St.. Richni.ind. Va. For IS years...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 9 November 1911

WANT ? ?aaaaaawaaa _aa ????a???iaa?l??aaaaaaaa<ajaa. . ??? _j W?NTKD?8BC0HD HAM> BIGS and' MJBL \P. Write tor price?. BU'HMOM? BAt- CO.,Ia*&, RICHMOND, TA. K0TICE8. MILLION DOLLARS loaned to customers to buy, build and im property or lift mortgages. Wo only charge 9% Interest on yearly balances, principal payable S7.&Q monthly or $.?".???> yearly on oach 11.000.00. Write for our book lot today, it tells how. J. \V. PON HRR, :tif.-;u7 ?Law Huiiding, ?Nor. folk. Va. s|M ( l \l NOTICE. QSK MIM.lt?> DOLLARS loaned to ?ssr CBStotners. to buy. build and im prrare property or lift mortgages. W. ?only cha t yearly bal? ancea. Principal payable $7..">?> month? ly or 190.00 yearly on each $1,000 Write for our booklet today, it tells 9mm. G. S. RICHARDSON, \?s Amer. Bal Bank Hldg.. Richmond, Va. WE TOV WANT TO BUY A FARM. or country home, will give you long tisse at ?> per cent, interest only. Write M. Davidson, 326 W. Main ?Street, Richmond, Va. H A IB GOODS. AI* ...

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. — 16 November 1911

vol. vin. ATHEWS C. H., VA. THURSDAY T^JO/JR f, NOVEMBER 16, 1911 gg Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite If yoo seed anything In this lins ?et our pries bsfors placing order. Ufa ar? doing the ^aS^^a. ables ui to ton? largest business ^^S^^*i_3p^HbT***^^^^C 0iU * v %m Tidswatsr Vir- k^T^^S .E?sPv "^ ^^^ Iskprorsd mi- I jKj| fc., W Jp?w I frelsbt snd gire ? h 1 a s r y with ^_^Wf =^waaaaa?aaBpPJir^?j^!y& personal atton Whica ?oar plsnt (vS??E ?kv ""1 BS?^I ,lon t? P1"*** ? Mwippxi ss- |f > >ir;i- st i Ws rsspectfully invite yon to call snd Inspect our large stock of finished ???fc ?Mata is Norfolk. Tf unable to call write us for catalogas. , LAWSON & NEWTON llth Street and William At?, NORFOLK, VA. ?Os Plus Bosch Car Lins. Phone S76S. L. E. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $56,009 MATHEWS. H., VA. atolftotte ?Uta sssonnts of firms snd tndtrldnsls ssd offers t? y mmwMmmmwmmmmm consistent wit...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 16 November 1911

WAN! ?**rncD--SKC! M?LAP._^_ ?i.OOO Bales lined. ST-?1 i i. ajaa ~t.? Special.? TTl' 1^1 ops of Beere Owst atrj?Lon. cotton ex ssir Ctaflfcf through the pfftrrs Vl\r^ ln the va- 11 __,_ ?m " bales. I, ??eh. SaaaMrginned Irom tat *i. up to November Jpvthw present crop Is W.000.000 bales In ex j_ ^lther of the last four ^^^^rowinK State shows a 0 *?aa.>d ?jrop, with the ","?Im**-. which is ?ais^. el??w* tViat of last year, al hough about double that of 1908 and its*. KM ?X>ST IKM3 NEARLY LAUXDKHKI) AND IRONED KBW YORK.? Special.? Colonel Frederick Cody, of Detroit, is staying at the Waldorf. With him is his Spitz dog Fedora, who Is full of tricks, among them a charming tendency to s/o out In the street and roll in the dirt. This ne?essltates bathing Fe dora at intervals, but yt-storday thr> highly-bred canine came near taking ene bath too many. Colonel Cody had just returned from breakfast yesterday morning St IS o'clock when he missed his d??g. An h >hr s search of the wh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 16 November 1911

?A IN JIJSGCniNDS I It I ? M M O N D, VA., Special.? Msary ?lay Beattie, Jr.?, petition for a writ of error and new trial, which is now in the hands of the Vir? ginia Supreme Court of Appeals, and which probably will be passed upon beforo the end of this week, contains seventeen alleged grounds < f error on the part of Walter A. Watson, the trial Judge. In the course of the great in? quisition, which resulted in the convic? tion of the alleged wife murderer and his sentence to death, his attorneys. Marry M. Smith and Hill Carter, noted numerous exceptions?probably Sfty or more. But when they Canu? te prepare the petition for the appeal they discarded the great majority ol these and reduced tho number to seventeen. Bills of exception, as a general thing, involve the most technical points sf law, and usually it takes a man wall versed in the principles of Jurisprudence to understand th? points they adduce, in Beattie's . however, there are at least si\ seven exceptions whose import...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 16 November 1911

_T'lT*OT*?.. Tina. *r*j|^jjMlormng, Evening and Sunday ??Jmi \im ol \k South -ons ?CMUB Sllion, ttfOtU-D \s gathered by the vrell-tralned special ear ettft' *nT' and set before the reader? in a concise and in prove lrF '^?aK an<* w?eckda> afternoon, ??a gs?Hd ev%nts THF, SUN is INDISPENSABLE, while ?frtoo ano New York make its news from the legislative ot the country the best that can b? obtained. S PAPER THK SUN has no superior, halnr morally and paper of the highest tvpe. It publishes the very best feature en on fashion, art anl mis~.eltaneous matters. \0 ^Ar^t^ncvsmakes it A BUSINESS MAN,S NECESSITY f^tl i ant vS,he broker can depend upon ?complete and ,mt ?? " . "kxious lines of trade, growing State -*? >y mail THE SUN (morning and evening) 25c. a month or $3 yr 'HE SUNDAY SUN, \ ^.^7months or *??*<> a year Lftd THE SUN, morning, evening ami Sunday, $7?5o a year Address all orders to THE A. S. ABELL Co., Baltimore, Maryland MATIIEWS MARINE RAILWAY Equipped with a ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 16 November 1911

99 Mathewl * Aillinerv Dry (Soofcs IHottons Sboes ^ent?'a jfurn?sb?na Bn TUnusuall? Complete Department Store ?dben tbe Wone?'e on the WHaffle (By Geo. Go.ven, Mathews, Va. '?k lafnen the honey's on the waffles so brittle, crisp and hot; When the steam is floating upward from the shining coffee pot: When the cook stirs up the b?tttr that was "set" the nignt before, \nd when little lack and Sally smack their lios and veil (or more, &h. it's then a man is feeling pretty near his level best ? [f there isn't any trouble with the works beneath his vest?? \nd it's then he otrajht to humbly thank the Lord for what he's got When the honey's on the waffles and the coffee's steaming hot. cere's a savor that comes floating irom the waffles on the plate it should nerve a man for action?make him strong for any fate? ?rjvts j?T, there's inspiration in the smears on Bessie's chin. \^s good to see dear Bobbie as he scoops the waffles in; rhat sweeter music is there than the rapping, slapping so...

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. — 16 November 1911

lmprov? ?^^To be hehl in Ulch uioiiit. .\'<>\Tmb?>r 20th-23d. The fornmoX engineers, road offi? cials, tr >.>rts. lenrislators, rail roa?l ?ti clsJs, manufacturers, con? tra? t??rs and agriculturists who ha\ o been devoting ttnir attention to the problems of road construction, main ton.in???? ;\m,i administration, will be brought together here. In the Bold of road construction intricate problems have arisen to puz? zle farmers as well as automobiliste. especially with regard to the adapta? tion of eonstruction to meet the de? structive offeets of modern traffic. Dir.? tor I/'tan Waller Pape, of the United States Office of Public K has made Tiinnue experiments Which liave shown the best types of road for the various kinds of traffic, but the results of these experiments ar< not ?in? rally known throughout 'he various State*. Mr. Pace, who. asid? from his official position at the head of the Government office <>f Public Roads, is dio president of the Ameri? can...

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. — 16 November 1911

MiiaWis a pr?par?t loti from Jjormula in succeae] 46 year? in the tr? tment" diseases ??rising from the __ .It aXaSapSl no afeoaMa, COC? VhWyaaah mercury, potash oilier dangerous or habit forming druit. If ? f??r MaMIJl is taken, reaulu are Absolutely Cuarantand Worst and oldest cases yield^ ForVr-r five yes? I suffered ?ever rith Eczema I was treatcd by^r phuuician'? with no result. A fnenj afcd me t > try Milam and 1 am fy it has entirely cured me. A. c_. Jr. Koanok?. Va., salesman for? foe Co., Columbus, O. Mv face was raw as a piece? nimm? need taking Milam. ' Sundav t >r the first time in : W. K. Draakea, Lynchburgj Pp until last April for tl suffered with eczema ?it' tried every* long, until dj tors 31 '-r%. bottles was entirely w to be sur?-. Have hid (9 months.) C. H. It will do to lour druggist has^ THE Mil SriNNFlt Al BY "Mr. Spinner Brooks," said the poBtmistres( Spinner b wondered wh postmaster h od. Miss Broo ehe was I ?y pretty. But just now ire under st?*rn cont...

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. — 16 November 1911

NOTUV.S. loNE MILLION lXlUAHS loane? k our customers to buy. build and R prove property or lift mort ? ^k We only chaiRe i% interest of ?fByearly balauces. principal payable1 ^1^17.50 : or $90.00 ye irlj on each 11,000.00. Write for out? let today, it tells how. J. W. FON? DER, 316-317 Uw BuilcliuR. Nor folk. Va.______ s in JAL NOTICE. OSE MILLION DOLLAB8 loaned to our custon.??!>, to buy, ooild and im? prove property or lift mortgages. We only cha on yearly bal? ances. Principal payable $7.50 month? ly or ftO.OO year!) on anea $1.000.00. Write for our booklet today, it tells bow. G. S. RICHARDSON, 408 Amer. Nat. Bank Blag., Richmond, Va. kW TOU WANT TO BUY A FARM, or country home, will give you long time at .r> per cent. Interest only. Write M. 'Davidson. 326 W. Main Street, Rlehmond, Va HAIR HOODS. AMa THE IGTEST PARIS FASH? IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. All kind? of hair on band or made to order. Combing? made into Switches, Pompadours. PufTs, etc. Satisfac tloa guaranteed. HlGHEf...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 4 January 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL* VIlL ^^^^^^^^^B. MATHEWS C K., V>\., THURSDAY, JANUARY l<n2 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^ t, NO. 46 mm i?i/>^<** ?* ?? TT I ..^M monumems ana urave oto?es in Marble and Granite H yon iMd anything In this line get our prios before placing order. We are doing the largest business la Tidewater VI* ?Jala. Tba latest tmprsTed ma ?ainery with which our plant ss equipped en ables us to turn out the highest class work at most reasonable prices. We pay freight and gtve personal atten? tion to placing work In tery. We respectfully invite you to call and Inspect our large stock of finished ?|k Jrnsa In Norfolk. If unable to oall write ua for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON llth Street and William Ira NORFOLK. VA. f>? Pine Beach Car Line. none t78S. C E. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Prea. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,900 MVTHEWS . H., VA. the accounts of firms and Individuals and offers te easterners accommodation consistent w...

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. — 4 January 1912

WLW AUSLADE, ONKEYS HAPPY WMIANSIHWI A HAPPY DAY \M> H?'PF. CHRISTMAS Will. GOME AGAIN 2>OON. r NHJW YORK.? Special.?The Dar winian theory has at last bren ap? proved by the city. The Impresaarlos of the Bronx Zoo yesterday gsri Christmas dinner around a Christmas tree to the residents of the monkey bouse at the far end of town. Keeper Splccr was in grave doubt *a to the wisdom of the thins; aM day Sunday, but he was convinced when, before daylight haJ streaked Itseli across the sky, BalJy and Susie, the famous simians of the Bronx menagerie, sprang from sleep and bawled out what was unmistakably e> request for presents. So Splcer dashed into tho Zoo office ana produced a white wats', for Susie and a pair of white duck trousers for Baldy. These he tossed Into the case. Immediately all was serene. The monkeys spent a happy morn? ing leaping about the cag- and chat? tering: in glee, while children and grownups vainly sought to Interest them. Ever and anon Baldy would stand ad...

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. — 4 January 1912

GOT WRONG BODY FOR PAUL JONES Bases His Findings On Measure? ments of Houdon s Two Busts of the Naval Hero?Inter? esting Story of Burial of American Naval Hero. Friday's New York World says:. Charles Henry Hart, of Philadel? phia, who ranks as an authority on American historical portraiture, has reopened the controversy as to wheth? er it was the body of John Paul Jones that was discovered In Paris on April 14, 1905. by Qaasral Horace Porter, then Ambassador to France. This body, escorted by a squadron of warships under command of Hear Admiral Silabee, reached the Naval Academy at Annapolis on July 24th, of that year, and on April 24, 1906, was given sepulture in Bancroft Hall with great ceremony. In a book that will be published this morning from the DeVinne Press. New York, Mr. Hart makes categorical de? nial that this could have been the body of John Paul Jones. The book, en? titled "Memoirs of the Life and Works of Jean Antoine Houdon, Sculptor of Voltaire and Washington," has b...

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. — 4 January 1912

Issued Morning, Evening and The Great Home Paper ni liie South THE news OF THE WORLD is irai ? 1 neU-tralned aj . nde.itsoi THE SUN and mrt before the ren I - IE .? concise and in Itrestirg manner each morning and weekd iv afternooii. As a chronicle el world events THE SI N IS INIMSPENSABLR, while ftta buresu? in Washington and New Yoik n ike its new*? fretn the tejris and financial centers of the country the best :: ii ? " ??e obtained. A8 A WOMAN'S PAPER THE Sl'N has ik?superior, l?n?i' morally and Intellectually a paper of the highest tvoe. It pu blithe? Ihe eery best feature that can be written on fashion, art au I 1 ? matters. THE SUN'S market news m^krs it A Itl'SlXBSS MAN.wNM h.SSl r\ ier ?he fat mer. the tnercnant and the brokei cm ?epead apon complete and reliable information upon their various liar?, of trade, By mail THE SUM (morning ami evening) ?c, a month or $3 yr THE SUNDAY SUN. \ J^* ?7 months or -*?-*1 a ycar And THE SUN. morning, evening gnd Sun lar, $7-5o a year A...

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. — 4 January 1912

Xovc8 a TKIl?nncr Year after year, as steadily 1 / as clockwork, the UNDERWOOD Typewriter femonatrates its snperiority in speed reliability by winning every typewriting "contest in every class at the Anuual Business Shew, Madison Square Garden, New York City. 1911 Records World's Professional Championship (one hour) 1st?UNDERWOOD 2d?UNDIiKV/OO D 3d?'UN DE K WOOD 4th?UNDERWOOD 5th- UNDERWOOD H. O. Blaisdell 112 Florence E. Wilson 111 Rose L. Fritz lo7 E. A. Trefcger lo7 j. 11. Hoyt I06 word* per minute words per minute words per minute word? per minute words per minute ? World's Amateur Championship?Thirty Minutes 1st-UNDER WOwD 2d? UNDERWOOD 3d? UFDERWOOD 4th?UNDERWOOD G us. R. Treficer ?8 Margaret B. Owen 98 Bessie Friedman 90 Lottie E. Betts 83 words per minute word? per minute worde per minute words per minute World's School Championship?Ten Miuutes 1st?UNDERWOOD William F. Oswald 77 words per minute World's Edissn Transcribing Contest?Ten Minutes 1st?UNDERWOOD Lottie E. Betts 63...

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. — 4 January 1912

?B? W mufl??*' M* narria asi?hjn vi .?.??: y?-ae? oid apdoh uhvay." H_ -<- ^l-'niJ-eea-lJ^.-tritthi.itdieN'SWSMU*: aOssp? PSssstt top?jioe? twadq sartar?, A cou # ef-fc-oux? Ulusrwars* turn tarther. who itai-'aaj-kwaS ?ti an-.?pr?i?:ht*?r William ? H'^Kr?eWfrXrfals'ed.io/ tse ?*<% The alai; U'^t'u-T -.^us* titSAirieri unsintt h-.^na??. MSxtti ?"'?on-i tfthS heBf**??dHb;hto?ti?h?? te**,-.-*?' u> re tul -iHr? a??i dumrnt?i>*oth?r jfiornantc^-hiwroa* lu einaOpiai?- }>Jv*inn?* had th-a?. ai? *ttiw in lu? akwix-t ?SX? s ' *i*\- \vh*t a?? tbflri .walked out. *44tbc>rUy* tb.? - ii'wf-Jv-yermt'idwtiao-r hat* t|?rsa*i.atia-T> j >wHey?rc- Jo?(Ki^rd as*?* pr??**ihir VftaiSMt on.h?H ; r^?jrt..^ ' fiVader?! ^m/?? ?>?--*??o*to,aart?v"l lewlx^.v TJh*>i _,eop lerfHir .?????nata i4iuti??llo*i?*-->HWnS at-uti. utU-w-ia. ,ta?. n - ?-'KHifceiy pnuiu?i-i?? i-HMue.-invhis ittthnni- tlse-tishYt^ot u* ,V pri?t-'? ??? *?.> ?* .. -t-4?-*vl Uf* *v**.*!l*l b*?*avhad hop?tJL ...

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