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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 4 January 1912

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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. — 4 January 1912

msm r ? ^ -aft \ WATS *s? i ?TANTEa- -SEf'OM> Il VM? BAOS atCJJKJL.tr. Write for pr. KM 'I! MO M? II W; r0? Inc., _ KICIIMOM?, \ ?.. ?AT!? Ship us those Ant > Ti* Boots ami Sh<-?-s. I Brass. Co, Bones: that lot of o ?O? WII'CIL IIIIB UIU III.I i ?: .1 . I"" ready c;*eh for von. Write us. 1* Kosi A C0-. 43S Breeft \w-, kmi?mom?. v\ mu?? i s. OWN YOrit HOME, rent*in*?. We los buy or build, also ! $7-50 ??er month -?t on en? h |1 amount pays for roar loan In ten and one-half j pay In full at any tini?-. thereto) 8 fur? ther iBdsreSt. Write or cal! OS The Standard Home Company, J1S-319 Law Bld'g, Norfolk, \ a. SPECIAL MUHE. H0M1 > V N I> FARMS of all descrip Oona bought, on our plans enables the borrower to pay for same on small monthly or yearly payments. The only charge i per cent, interest on unpaid balances. You can pay in full St any time, thereby stopping further Interest. Seven years of success deru oaatrates our plan has no equal. Send for booklet telling how. tie...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 11 January 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL n a?aWaa?B??aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.iaM ? ?? ? ??? ? ? - ? ..,.. ? ???-? ?.,? . ,M ? ? ? i a.?. ? ..a. ? ? a?i i i a?aa. m a a???? ?? ? ai ??????..-.???? ? ? - ?? '? ' " mi - - - - - ? ___^^^ ?a???-rar ? - - - ?? . - - . --'- ?? ?,- ?, ? ??? . - ... , ? ????-? ?_ - - -------- - VOL. VIII. MATHEWS C. H. VA^ THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1912 NO. 47 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite ?*i a**d anything la this lia* get o*r prie* before plaeJag order. saw ?otag th* ? hiaery with able* aa t* tara ont th* highest eis** work at most fasoaehle price*. W* pay freight and gtv* personal atten? tion to placing work ta isasMtft?ly tnTlts you to call and Inspect our large stock of a*k*jai Is Korfoik. If unable to call writ* as for cataloga*. LAWSON ?5c NEWTON ?fa* rot llth Street and "William At*. NORFOLK, TA, Oar Una H ?. Mnmford, Prw, J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pr**. and Caahier. GLOUCESTER MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital 150,009 M-VTHEWS. H.,VAa th* aeeensts of finas and Indi...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 11 January 1912

ADMIRAL MICH. DIES IN JAPAN V \> ()U> IllllVh OF M>MIK\I I \ V>s \M? \\ \> KNOWN IN \MI RICA. TOKIO JAPAN?Special.- Vic- Ai 1 lji? !.. Admiral tain In th? Uusso-Japane? War, ?.???.?l ? In 19CH. whei \ ? Admiral Ijichi wa* mder ol Ui<> Japai sojusdi on. i ? cruiser? \-<> and Soya, h the l**tiii?'d States. e/her< was warmly k1?? ted. It w.is :it the height of the wave Of jingoism ? hi- li \\ America and in Los Angeles ? : ??S Japanese sea-lighter nut Ins old Blend. Admiral ?.' > I' i ? Hie United States Navy. Both Hissen the situation in a friei Hid agreed that there was n>> ?round t break in th? historic ship id and Japan. Tcarini; Down Arlington. LYNV1UU RQ, Y A.?Special.? 0 hundred and lltty mes .?r? employed today In the destruction of the old Arlington Hotel, which is beb le make room for the new Virginian. whieh is to be erected st 01 HECHLER TO HOLD ON TO $1,500 BE PAYS THAT Hi. HOT OI1UTA1, ?>lt\ . Ill I ORE COLLECT? ING His COMMISSION...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 11 January 1912

FELL INTO TUB OF BOILING WATER Three-Year-Old Robert Schools Fearfully Scalded?Taken to Hospital. RICHMOND, VA., Special.? Tin it -v .-m -old Hubert School*, of 47 Wood Street, was fi-arfully scalded this morning in a tub of bolting water, and as a result may not live more than a tew hours. The hoy toddled Into the room where his mother was preparing to do some washing, lost his balance and fell Into the tub, which, had Just been filled with boiling water. Dr. K. K. Watts, of the City Ambu? lance Corps, was at once summoned. He found the child's head, fact, arms and ahouldei s terribly burned. All the akin had be^un to peel, and the child was shrieking in delirium. He was taken at ones to the City Home, where everything possible Is now being done to save his life. TURKISH TOVYKLS \^ WOMAN'S GARB CHICAGO. ILL,? Special.?Two or Turkish towels, with or with? out the r*d stripes and tassuled bor? ders, as suits the wearer's individ? uality. A little dab of Irish I An opening here and th...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 11 January 1912

T?*E Sis pi ?s*u?ii??j?T*t*, I??. leaned Momias;, Evening and" Sundav The Great Born Paper o? ilie South THINIW8 0FTHK WORLD la gathered be the well-trained apeclal borrespondents ot THE SUN and set before the readers in 4 conci.se and la ?erestirg manner each morning and weekday after noon? As a chronicle of world events THr: SUN IS INDISPENSABLE, while *sta burean? in Washington and New York make it* new* from fhe laudative and financial centers of the Country the b?->t that can be obtained A8 a WOMAN'S PAPER THK si'N h ?s no superior, beinr morally and ntellectuallv a p"aper of the ht^-i-st u pe It publishes the Tery best feature 'hat can be written on fashion, art an < niiK-.rluiiMu? matters. THE SUN'S market news m^kr. A IUSIXLSS MAN.S NKCKSSITY for ?he farmer, the mrrcnart and the . kcr can urpertd upod complete and reliable information opon their Tarions lines) of trade, Hy mail THE SUpj (morning and eveni?g) ?5c. a month or $3 yr f te. a copy VHE SUKDAY SUN, j,Cc for a...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 11 January 1912

? vercoo?*,*: loves a tCUnncr ifter year? as steadily 'ns c?o?;kwOrk, the St c?o?; # Underwood Ttjp?\Arrit>er demonstrates its superiority in ?peed reliability by winning1 erery typewriting tontest in every Class at the Animal Business Shew, Madison Square Garden. New York Cit>. 1011 Record? World's Profession.: 1 Championship {one hour) 1st?UNDttRWOOD ?H. O. Btaledell 112 words per minute 2d-I?NI)KRWO()D Florence R. Wilaon 111 Word? per minute 3d? UN?RRWOOD Kose I*. Frit* lo7 word? per minute 4th-UNI)KRWOOD B. A. Treffet lo7 Words per minute 5lh-UNDKKWOOD j? H. Hoyt lo6 words ->er minute World's Amateur Championship?Thirty Minute? 1st-UNDER WOwD ?3ns. R. Treftsrer 98 words per minute Cd? l*NI>KKWOOl> Margaret B. Owen ?W words pet minute 3d? UPDKRWOOO Bessie Friedman *?fc worde per minute ?*th?UNDERWOOD Dcltie E. Betts ?3 word* per miouve World'? School Championship?Ten Miuutes tut-UNDERWOOD William F. Oswald 77 words per micute World's Bdiean Transcribing Contest--Te...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 11 January 1912

?NKd? AFTER ??nraUNT NEW YORK.?Special-?After year8 of purpoaeiul (loue trotting James Lawless, who has two years more to serve In Uncle Sam's Navy, has fou. ? the sister from whom he was sepa? rated In childhood and for whom he hss kept s weather eye De throughout his nautical career. Sh. Is Mrs. Minnie Mulligan, and her hus bsnd. Thomas Mulligan. Is chief elee trica 1 engineer for the (Jniou Railroad Company in the Bronx. The Lawless family was broken up In 1881. when the mother died, and the father, left to face alone the prob ? lern of caring for the brood of ' boys and one girl, saw In precip?tate flight the easiest way out. Deserte?! la the little home at Bridgeport, Conn? the children were distributed among kind-hearted neighbors. Minnie, then seven years o'.d, eras taken Into the home of -Mrs Eva roll, of Falrfleld. Conn. Mrs. Frank :sh. also a rt?ident of Falrfleld. volunteered to care for the thro? hoys ?George, ten; Jim, nine, and Howard, eight. Three years later a circus...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 11 January 1912

! The race is to the strong have you strength for the up-stream pull of life?are you gaining, just holding your own, or do you feel yourself being swept back by the current of circumstances? Strength is what you need?the strength that comes from good red blood. You canbuy strength Read these extracts from letters of gratitude from those who did : V' Baser ?n>l I ilr Ortes*, i-a betfe W..-K h l.t i (L ? bar.? and I f?M-l I. . < of V l! lufslthandntrrnetti liinv.>?;?<? impr'.v I :.uts tin? to I pound? of ?olid n..*i>. 1 .?rrrlNl.ur? W. V?. Hi?-. ? tak' II kottMS of Mlla'n l?it fc'l ?teas ? und ?bl?> to ?tnii I . ?I. I>. (.u?r.-raut. I ?au v I lie. Va I ru I i Milan W. Va. Uj ?ttvnKil. : l?e than I lu.ve In :.??. >?.???-??. ! >??????.I..??? \.-?ri? \ ?. 1 'il. foel Iik ? ? s , . , sas and can t..? rat ?.II Aik your drug;: wo|eh mor^tlian levor did In m? lire?.?J. S Hoarlc Kaaton :*uir n?-v.n (attisa I find in? ?elf In i>?Tr,.?-t nrn?i.. fin? sppatlta sad f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 11 January 1912

?if D HAND BAGS and fcV prie?*. BAU CO* lavs. ?JHXOBiD, TA. ?S thoss Auto Tires, Rubber and abo**. Bicycle Tires; that Copper, Lead. Zinc; those that lot *f old Rags, etc. Let ?vert this old material Into cask for you. Write ua. la, BOSB at CO.. At*, BJCHXOND, TA. afonrEvS. ?H HOME. AND QUIT We loan money to buy or MM. also lifs mortgsges. You pay tlMB per month plus &% simple ia on each 31,000.00. This _it pay* for your loan in ten I ?on*half years. Con pay in full any time, thereby stopping fur isterest- Write or call on The rd Home Company. 318-3'.9 Bld'g. Norfolk, Va._ 8FHC1AL KOTTCK. ?OSES AND FARMS of all descrip sns bought, on our plans enables the t* pay for same on small or yearly payments. The ?barge 5 per cent, interest on balances. You can pay in full any time, thereby stepping further Seven years of succeas dem our plan has no equal. Send b*okl?t telling how. Ue*. S. a, 408 Amer. NnL Bank Siehmona, Ta* WANT TO BUY A FARM. try home, will give you long at & per ce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 18 January 1912

THE MATHEWS ?-*_ VOL VIII. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 18. 1912 .? no. 4ft Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite If yon seed anything In this line got our prie* before placing order. Mo ar* doing the laUjient business Is . Jfcewnter Vlr ??Jasa. Th* latest Improved ma ?hlasry with oar plant ?qnlpped ?n ables us to tarn out the highest class work at most reasonable prices. We pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work In ceme? tery. W* i?ps?tfully invite you to call and Inspect our large stock of finished Woft afta**) In Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON llth Street and William Ave NORFOLK, VA Oa Phi* Beach Car Line. ?SltJat ti E. Mtiniford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER-MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MAT HEWS . H, VA. th* a**ounts of firms and individuals and offers to nooomniadstlon consistent with good hanking r*t*r*st Allowed On Savings Are*?sis. All at**ey In Taalt C*v...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 18 January 1912

BRYAN TO SUPPORT GOVERNOR WILSON Hew Jersey Governor the Most Commanding Candid at e at Washington This Week?His Appearance Served to Dis? close His Popularity. WASHINGTON. D. C? Special.? Oovernoi W'i'.iiow Wilson Motida> put In one of the most atrenuo ia days of In:" career, holding conte. Washington with a score oi pi m-t't supporters of his from vai. la of the country, shaking; ha mis attii chatting with more than pie who ?ailed on him at Ins hotel. n king three atp? and attending t dinners. Among the 700 callers who came to see him and shake his hand at the v Willard, where he arrived el 11 ;<0 m the moraine*, were Senators, Baembers of the House, members ol th. N'atioi 'i Committee, enthualaatic : rom all parts Of Jer assy and of Waahington. .More than IOS Wiis.m Democrats iron New in Washington for the purpose of Impressing ea the mem ' the National Committee the fa?t that the Governor has his own State behind him to the limit in the contest for the party nomination ior...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 18 January 1912

CONSCIENCE FORCED. HIM TO SURRENDER N*SW YORK ?Special.? "Are you ? BSMBSSSSd with the New York l'olit M l>?psrtutvnt '.'" a well dresse?! man. with smooth face and Iron-gray hair. asked Detective Cassetti at the door? way of polite headquarters Wednes? day afternoon. "I'm u detective." Cassetti replied. "Well. I'm a fugitive from Justice," the man explained. "I have been a futaitive sime August IS, 1910, when 1 robbed th?- Northwestern (las Light and Coke Company, ol Chicago, HI., of $4,#00. Now 1 want to go home and face the music." The aiati said he was John Field? ing, ftfty Bceaa years old, and that for twenty-one years he had b? an cashier in the Uak 1'ark brandi ot tin company. "Why 1 became a thief I ran SOVi I explain.'' be continued. "Hundreds ot thousaudH ot dollars have been In my keeping and never was I tempted to take B cent. I owned a Bice boni?- in JCvanstou und 1 had the bast wife God ever gave a man. Hail All lie IM si re* I V'be compan> paid me well, an?! I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 18 January 1912

TfaaE -V?Ur*? e/skTirnoTvH, |wu>. la?***d Mornis*. livening sod SontUv Ti treat Hoist Paper oi the South THE NEWS OF THE WORL V * gathered b> the we?-trained special sore*apo*deate ?J THE SUN and set before the readers in a <xtncise and in iersstirg manner each ?morning and weekday afternoon. A? a ehroa.cle ef world eteots TH h. SUN IS INDISPENSABLE, while ire b?rea?e i* Washington and New Y?>rk make its new* from the l?gislative sad anaarial center? ?f the rouatry the heat that can be obtained. " A8 A WOMAN'S PAPEK THE SUN has no superior, beinr morally and intellectually a paper of the big.ir*t tvp- It publishes the very best feature i bat cas be wrirteo on fashion, art an i mis -eluiiMiis matters. THE SUN'S rnarket sew? eaake? it A BUSINESS MAN.S NECESSITY |*r ?befarsser. the enercnant and the br??ker can depend upou complete and reliable istoroBStion upon their vsrioue lines o? trade, By mail THE SUH (?morning ami evening ; 35c. a month or $3 yr THE SUWDAY SUH, {^c^o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 18 January 1912

Y?ear a as clockwork, the ncr ?Mba-lily UJMDRRWOOD % Typewrter demonstrates US superiority in ?peed reliability by winning every tyjx-writing cootett in every class at the Annual Buaioe?? Shew. Madisoo Square Garden. New York City. 1911 Records World's Professional Championship (one hour) l?t-UNDERWOOD 2d?UNDERWOOD 3d?UNDERWOOD SSth-UNDERWOOD Rth-UNDERWOOD H. O. Btaisdell 112 Florence E. Wii?on 111 Kose L. Fritx lo7 E. A. Treftcer lo7 j. H. Hoyt lvb word? per minute words per minute words per minute words ?per minute word? [vfr minute World'? Amateur Championship?Thirty Minute? lit-UNDEKWOwD 2d? UNDERWOOD 2d? UFDKKWOOD 4th-UNDERWOOD Gu?. R. Trefrger Margaret B. Owen Besaie Friedman Lottie E. Bett? 08 words per minute 98 word? p?rr minute 90 wonle per minute 83 word? |>er minute World's School Championship?Ten Minutes 1st?UNDERWOOD William F. Oswald 77 words per minute World'? Edi?*n Transcribing Contest?Ten Minutes 1st?UNDERWOOD Lottie E. Bctts 63 word? per minnte **S* NOTE?Above...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 18 January 1912

NEW YORK SUFFERS A fimm fire Great Eqaltable KnllJio* in Heart ??? Flnascial l>rtri?t bj aVs*atj lW?Ntr?iir?l. KBW TOR*. Bo**??L Khun ?clal *-?unln ton- In S?r* *?j??rW ?li> were badly spset J?n. 9 as V null <?i llu- I'.?(iiituMt' bulhliM* ***. Tin? v...tilting ?tiniinlu? ? 1 lb?? ??<??? U. ?\? hange, at u ?-I??. sag, ?Li ??t? ?I i?> hate dettv***** It* :\ ?-ii-|>? n?U ?I ?\ii|tt by mu aa*al coaneat. \ \a-t immlxrr ?>f ???. urlti??s \%?r?- n??i up b] la* Bee. mi the bti-iiu??.-? <>i ib?- clearing m?*?e, which WS? in llu- ?li?.tricl near lb?? I ?>:tii;ii>i< bii?iiinc. era* tabea oat ?Of llu- See /in- and ?-??ihIih t*?*l at tin* Ctisniber ?>f (?hiiiiiit??'. NEW YORK?Special. Seren mil lion dollai ? to?dajf bj a Urs I hat d?estroy<ed th? m?gnincent buii.iiMK of the Equitable Llf? N an?- Society. Four persona arc known t?> be dead and ihr??.- others art- missing, believed to !>?? bur*?d m th*? ruins of the his lorte marble sepulchre that m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 18 January 1912

s>g w \How?o^\ aVoid \ .!'-7ir&T<\ ??V?&tmfl ?m& I eT*l*?? ^^^ 8r ?>4F^ J read ?he Br?^"1-! _ I^^as^y / labels J the LjaMs. The pure food and drug law || I was designed for the protection of all, but it only JLym protects those who read lands. i ie law prevents false claims?on the labels?not g fl in t? p advertising. The law makes the label tell if H I tlie medicine contains alcohol. Not so in the adver- ? Rcr.d the Label The law specifies a list of such dru:;s as are considered ti.; nacrous rsnlets prcscfiN ?1 by a physician, such as opium morphine, cocains, Bj acetanehd. canabis indica, chloral, arseti: nnc, etc., and makes the LABKL tell if any ?;I ths n arc ? medicine. I The advertising does r.ot have to. Thereio-e unen buying medicine Rc<ld thiC Label *^nc m>xt ,'rMC J'mi are biclined to Imv b tonic or || ?? n remedy tor any ?>f the iila that come from Bj W impuie, impoverished or acid blood, a k your druggist to let you read the label on a bottle ...

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. — 18 January 1912

WANTS ?TANTEIv MtCIIMi ll\M> IAG9 and BUB1.AI*. Write f?-r pr BIClftfOM? BAG ( 0? lnr? KM IMIOMI, VA. SAT!-. ??sap us those Auto Tiros, Rubber Boot? and Shoe?. Bicycle Tires; that Brass, Copper. Las?. Zinc; those Bones; that lot ef old Ragt?, etc. Lan asj ?convert this old material ready cash for you. Writ.? u?. I* BOS* A <?> ??S Brook Ave-, Kl< 1IMOM?. VA. Koncss. OWN TOUR HOME, and Q rentriag. We loan mor;? y to bu> or build, also life mort naces. You p;?y $7-60 per month plus f> < simple in? terest on each $1.000.00. This amount pays for your loan in ten and one-half years. < an pay in full at any time, thereby stopping tur ther ln>reet. Write or call on The Standard Home Company, yiS-3'9 Law Bld'K, Norfolk, Va. ar-a . ,. -n-TT-'-?a SPECIAL NOTICE. H?Mr S AM) FARMS of all descrip? tions bought, on our plans enables the ?borrower to pay for same on small aoonthly or yearly payments. The SSJ?y charge r> per rent, interest on unpaid balances. Ton can pa...

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. — 25 January 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. VIII. MATHEWS C R. VA^ THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1912 Mo. 49 ? Monaments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite | II ssnj Baaed aatythlng la this Us? gat ear y rtee batore ?lacia? ablas as te tarn out th? highest class work at meat rsaeonable prloea Wo pay freight and glvs peraonal atten? tion to placing work hi ?nSJSJ ?fa iBSDBtitfsTty Invita yon to call and lnapect onr large stock of finlehed BBSs' aSansa Is Norfolk. If unable to call write as for eavtalogaa. LAWSON & NEWTON llth Street and William Ava NORlfOLK, YA. 49a Ftne Beach Car Line. 2752. C B. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Prcs. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. Fernd Up Capital $S$,MO M VT H SWS. H., VA. tha aoaaaunea of flraas sad tadlvidusrs and offers ta latter* ?sanalatent with good hanking Interest Allowed as Ssvlsga Ac?-aaata. AI Werner In Yaalt Cst ?red By Burglar Iasnranee? Horn: ? A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M C. D. CLINTON c?eiauerro? fob huvkixt in? kbtaiss ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 25 January 1912

SWEPT BY FLAMES Department Has to Contend With Prosen Water Plugs and Be? low Freezing Weather?Big Building Was Doomed From the First. R I (? H M O N D, VA -Special - I-ire of unknown orlgil totally ?d i the flv? building of l?nswanger ?v ?. o., manufacturera >?f aash, ?loora. blinda glass ami niirrors, at ?25 K?st Byrd Str. . t entailing a loss of 1170.000, Ap? portioned .?s i.-iiows: Building, $?"?"'. 000. stock. JlL'0.000. The building? Waa antlrely gutted from roof to founda tftoau The fire started shortly before fi o'clock and was tirst discovered by Grtffln Button, a shipping clerk, who was at work in the building. Sutton saw smok? arising from the basement and telephoned to fire hcedQUS rtf*. immediately following the arrival of the tirst squad of firefighters, a regu? lar alarm was turned in. nd and third ?alls were turned In in rapid succession, after which came the always dreaded three sixes, eaiiing out t?-n engine companies, as? bracing twenty-two pieces of appa? ratu...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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