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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 8 February 1912

r?R GO(j|B LDOD What Milam Is Milam is a preparation made from a formula in successful use ?16 years in the treatment of all dtacases arising from the blood. It contain? no alcohol, coi^inr, inoriihin??. mercury, potash or Other danRerous or habit torning dnig. If a fair amount is taken, results are Absolutely Guarantee*?-** PHXAl-f t????-. What Milam Does Milam eradicates from the sys? tem the mo-.t virulent blood dis? eases, besides removing th'- ? of I'hcuiii.it ?sin. liczema an?' i skin affect ions, heals from within ulcers and old sores, elimnates uric acid, clears the complex ion, builds up the system anil n a genuine Reconstructive Tonic Eczema Worst and oldest cas<*s yield to MILAM; reliable people testify: F?>r over five y. ars 1 suffered severely with K<-'etn-i. I ?*.?-< treat??! by many I>hysicians wtth no result. A friend ad ?riacd sie to try Milam and 1 am a*lad to sav it has entirely cured me. A. K. Bttrick? ier, I'lmiokc, V.i? sal<?sman for Bradford ...

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. — 8 February 1912

WANTS D??PC se<om' HAM) litt.S OAviraJ ***nd Rurlap Wanted. m^*"^ Write for ITices. RICHMOND BAG CO., Ibc? _Mich mend. Vs. sUTI--~ Bkip -as those Auto Tires, Rubber ?Boots and Shoes, Bicycle Tires; that Brasa, Copper, Lead. Zinc; those Bones; that lot of old Rags. etc. Let as convert this old material Into lesady ?cash for you. Write us. L. ROSE A CO.. sit Brosk Ave-, RK 11 MOND, TA. NOTICES. OWN TOUR TIOME, AND QUIT renttng. Wg loan money to buy or build, also life mortgages. You pay 17.60 per month plus ?% simple in? terest on each $1,000.00. This amount p.iys for your loan in ten and one-half yearn I an pay in full at any time, thereby stopping fur? ther Interest. Write or call on The Standard Home Company. 318-3*9 Law Bld'g, Norfolk, Va FAIR At KE FARM. ?BGF7TAH?.F: AND FLOWER SEEDS and plants at right prices. Send for our catalogue. JOHN LUCAS, #t_Ashland, Vs. SPECIAL NOTICE. D? YOU WANT TO BUY A FARM, or country home, will give you long ?lime at ?5 per cent, interest only. ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 February 1912

THE -t?ATHEWS J?WRNAL fc. VOL. VM. MATHEWS C H.. VA? THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1912 NO. 52 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite c: aS frnm nmmA ?-anything In this lins g?t onr pries before placing order. ablsa am to tarn out the highest ?Jasa work at most rsssonsbls priesa. Ws pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work la eeme te-ry. invite you to call and inspect onr Urge stock of finished Its Btefolk. If nnsbls to call write ns for catalogas. LAWSON & NEWTON Improved sssv ?Thlaery with 11th Street and William Ara NORFOLK. VA. (Car Une. B. H. Mnmford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MATHE WS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MVTHSWS. H, VA. the a?*?counts of firms snd Individuals snd offers to e**is**o*0*rf rs in-aodatlon consistent with good banking Ipterest Allowed On Savings Ae<*oants. AH Money la Tsalt Csv ?red By Rnrglar Insraxaa?Ba, 9 Al. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M C D. CLINTON 9*9mTraXACTOm\ FOR EQUIPMEN...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 February 1912

ENGLAND FEARS M? IRISH OUTBREAK .Womsn Likely to Begin Demon? stration ? Open Air Meeting Believed to Be Best Way to Insure Order ? Taking Every Precaution. BELFAST. Special.?With nearly 6, on nie scene t. >ing touiororw during ? ?at iratton arh ii .*- to be .??.a; ? by Win?.on Churchill and John ?eu : ?'?'t Ol r t?>day. \ Mayor st?bert J M ped that the preasncc of bo la ige a body of sol? di?'?'-*? \ ?uish? ?i. nev ertheKss. a i . .? element of dunger hni . in the sn.c; ?..t Is here to pre? vent l!i. possible. Although the I ?.*-lcr Unionists have given u h ilf-hearted promise te make no attempi om? Kule meeting, th .. ithoritie? ?lid not relax their vigilance today nor lessen the pre, ?vhi* h are being in.ule tor tomorrow. In addition to the soldiers bun?lr?-t(s o , .. deputies are be? ing ?worn in and special police will patrol the stre? ts. The trouble expected from the wo? men Is not taken as a demonstration against home rule, but us an outbreak of turbulent natures that ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 February 1912

S?S LANDSUDE mM? TO DEMOCRACY A-*o*C**n?fs Tbi?ks Kentucky Certain and Extends Belief to In? clude Nation. WAaTHITISiTON. D. C? IlKlll. Kantusky i* placad la th? Democratic column by ML G. Logsn, formerly editor sf tbs Leulsvllle Times. He declares that Colonel Watterson? 8tat* will pile up from 18.00? to 26. 000 vetea te the good for the th? Demscrstic candidats In November. He say? that hla flret impressions were that Wilson sad Underwood would comprise the ticket, but that he has aa? been Informed that Mr. Underweed will not accept the s?m Inatlsa as Tics Prestdest "Ustil the reeeat episode, which drew te Osveraor Wilson so much at? tention. 1 think the preponderating sentiment of Kentucky Dem?crata fa? vored the nomination of the Now Jer aey Governor. What effect that In? cident assy have In the vote of the delegatloa to Baltimore I cannot aay. "On the other s-ide or the fence, it is certain that Kentucky win be for the renomtnatlon of President Taft, hut all ths President will ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 February 1912

Tr******** mx?f* aai?Tl?B??pa, m?. , Evening and Sondsr 1? Great Hone Paper o? the Sooth HIWS OF THE WOULD Is gathered by the w*li-trait?ed ?pectal isemta ot TNE SUN sad ?et before the reader* in a concise and in tir?; asaaaer ?Mb ?aorsiag and weekda-r aiternc-m A* s **vi>*a?c.*j ?I ?s*rld *v**t* THK SITU IS INDISPENSABLE, while its b?*?ae* In WasUiagton sad New York ?aake it* new*? from the l?**gi*latlT? ?as daaawial ?eswtet* ef the cosstry the beat that can he obtained. AB A'WOMAN'S PAPE? THE StJN ha* no ?up-rrior. beinr morally and t*j**e.l?r*S*r?**ll.v a paper *f tke kigke*t tvre. It publia??,** the re r y best feature ?JJaert cas be w-ri?tea o? fs*bios, art asi fn,a?.?llaneoua matters T?W ??UN'S aaar?*t *?wa ?sakse it A BUSINESS MAN.S NECE9SITT AW ?A? faraser, the ?sere S ?at ?sd th? broker can df|?end upon complete and ?-eilabls ia*s-r?Batio?a aaas their urioui liaea of trade. By suit THE SUM (moraine sn? erening) 1$C. s month or $3 yr fit? ?UEDAY SIT*. { ic'SrT month. ?' *...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 February 1912

Everfbotr? ?ves a TtJCUnner V Year after year, as steadily as clockwork, the UNDEF?WOOD Typewi ter ?d?!7non?trar<?** its snperiority In ?peed reliability by winning every typewriting ?Contest in every cliw at the Annual Business Shew, Madison Square Garden r**ew York City. J91I Record World'? Professional Championship (one hour) ht-irKDF,RWOOD H. O. Blatsdeil 112 words per minute '24?IJNDKRWOO D Floret??? B. Wilson 111 word? per minute *3d?UNDERWOOD Kose I*. Frit* lo7 word? per minute 4th??JNDKRWOOD E. A. rr?fsger lo7 words ?per minute *5th?UNDERWOOD J. fl. Hoyt loo word? per minute World'? Amateur Championsbip?Thirty Minute* A?-UNDERWOwD Gu?. R. Trefsger ??>8 word? per minute ^1? UNDERWOOD Margaret B. Owen 98 word? per minute 34? UFDERWOOD Be??ic Friedman ,90 worde per minute 4th?UNDERWOOD I.rttie E. Betts 83 word? per minute World'? School Championship?Ten Minutea ?et?r/NDERWOOD William F- Oswald 77 word? per miaute World'? Ediseh Transcribing Contest?Ten Minutes 1st?UNDERWO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 February 1912

NATIONS HONOR S. ?-Nil AND Ijll Bn?lish Royalty Receives an Ova? tion on Return to London i Today. I??**>rDON.-- 3peclsl.? Thanksglvln? ?Brvlcoa for the safe return of Klnn Qeorge and Quei'ti Mary from In.lUi were held today in St. Paul'?? Cathe? i eral, the ?vent being one ol national interest. Thounh the wcum. ; fogj?y and extremely cold, bis; cr> began gathering early along the route Of the royal procession from Buck? ingham Palace to St. Paul's. The King and Queen, awomi by tin* Prince of Wale* and Print attario. left the palace at 11:40 o'clock. Behind the double corclon of soldiers snd police, which lined adjacent ?tr?**t**. were massed thousands of men and women who cheered ns the royal party drove from the ?luadranK'" In their open carrla?*? . All the buildings along the Street?, through which the party DSaaMd, were cayly decorated with the Union Jack sn.l waving lines of buntlnic. By noon the weather had somewhat moderated, but the ?nthuaiastic crowds paid litt??- att...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 February 1912

Clergy and Religious Pi*ess Endorse -TTor GOOD BLOOD^l Of?/ The folio-wing- ministers of the gospel have used MI LAM wit*, ben?fica! results, and believe it to be a valuable remedy, authi/r iace Che publication of their endorsement: , Rev. J. ?Cleveland Hall. Rector Church of Ephiphany, Danville. V.y' Rev. i*L L. McNair, Pastor Presbyterian Church, Charlotte C. H..Va. Rev. W. W. Royal, Secretary Board of Foreign Missions, Va. Conference M. B. Church South, Norfolk, Va. Rev. Nathan Maynard, Returned Missionary from Japan, Roanoke, Va. Rev. L. C. Douthit. Walhalla, S. C, State Evangelist for Wt-sleyan Metho? dist Conference of N. C. Rev. J. C. Holland. Pastor Keen St. Baptist Church, Danville, Va. Rev. H. D. Guarrant, Methodist Minister, Danville, Va. **Tb*o Methodist" endorse* Milam. The Mrthodtst has never taken any stock In. orpinned Its faith to. patent medicini?s. Lid?*?*?!, many ol th?2m are fak<*s of the high? est order. Revenue for no real benefit has been the policy of the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 February 1912

WANTS BAGS SK(OM) HAM? BAGS and Burlap Wanted. Write for Price?, RICHMOND BAG CO, Inc., Richmond, Va. ^?-??> us tho?e Auto Tires, Rubber Bo*ot? and Shoes. Hlcycle Tires; that Copper, Lead, Zinc; those >; that lot of old Rags. etc. Lei ?as eon vert this old material into i restly ?cash for you. Write us L. ROSE A CO.. ?sat Brook Ave-, Kl< HMO.XD, VA. | j?ot;ces. FA1RACKK FAjUL VEGETABLE AND FIjOWER SEEDS and plants at right prices. Send tor our catalogue. JOHN LCCAS, 4t Aahland. Va. SPECIAL KOTICB. IF YOU WANT TO liUY A FARM, or country home, will give you long time at 5 per cent, interest only. Write M. Davidson. 326 W. Main Street, Richmond, Va. H A IB GOODS* s\BL THE ?.ATEST PARIS FASH? IONS TN H MR DRESSING. All kinds of h a id on hand or made to order. Combing? made into switches. Pompadours. Puffs, etc. Satisfac? tion guaranteed. HUGHES, 209 North Third St., Richmond, Va ??B IT OUT. WREREVER ACHE OR PAIN IS LO cated?stiffness and soreness of muscles or joints?rub in Fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 February 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL m ' - ' - ^=ZZ^, . - . ; ;?***] VOL. IX. MATHEWS C H.. VA^ THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1912, H ?NO- * 3. Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite ' M PB asad aavythhig In this lias get oar prtoo before plaefng? order. ___ ? ^?aw shins aa to tarn f^^^^f^* F a>^^*^????^'*^^^^^^aaaaa**?W-?*?tasaaaaaaaaW w?*a?W <Ua**B? g*S"""j?/?"??"S""""s""t?> BJhlMsry wtth ^\^"^ -==^**mmmaamam\wS^^^^^v personal atten tsry. SMI issgisiirnlli in rite yon to ?sail sad inspect oar large stock ?of ilaUhsd BBBBj Safes? sk aaBBBsaai If unable to call writs as for catalogaa LAWSON & NEWTON 11th 8treet and TOlltem Ars. NORFOLK. VA. Beach Car Una. H R Mnmford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 M\THEWS . H., VA. ths a?f*?eounta of Arms ana Individuals and offers to ggsTMaa?l rs ation consistent with good banking lsterest Allowed On Sariaa-s Aeeosrats. AB M easy la Tsnlt Cot <*re?J By Borglsr Insarmaes. 9 A. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 February 1912

FEDERAL 0R4GNET ?ATHFfc.VlC?iMS l**re??d?n. Ryan and SecreUr/ McKakin Are the Most Notable ?** Those Held?Bail Fur mished in Most Cases. Few Surprises. SPRINQI-TKLD, ILL. Special The following list of ? . traents handed down by th?- Feu. jury at Indianapolis was m?*.u. here today at noon: Frank M. Kyan, Eugene A. Clancy. John II. Harry. John J. M.Namara (.alias Georg? J. Clark). Patrick K. Farroll. John T. Butler. John J. Mc? Coy, Daniel J. Hrophy, Krank C. Webb. Henry J. Lelghleiter. Herbert 8. llockin (?mas C. Clark, alias Charl*?* VV. I.awton. alias Qeorg? Gor? don?. Michael J. Young, charlea N. Beum. Philip A. Cooley. Jana?? B. Mc Namara (alias John I. Bryce, alias J. It. Bryee. alias F. Sulllvsn, alias .1. 1". Sullivan, alias F. Caldwell. alias S. J. Millor. alias J. B. Smith, alias F. Mili? i >. ortie k atcManlgal (aliaa J. VV. McGraw, alias Charle? Miller, alia? Willie ?.?lurk, alias Peter Meier. ?lias Frank McGrath, alias John McGraw. aliaa William Todd. alias J. T. M.C.r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 February 1912

LORIMER INQUIRY BROUGHT TO CLOSE WAa*UUN?GTON. D. C.? Special.? ?Senator lutdnghaiu. bringing his gsv?l Sawn upen th? table, ?n noun?*?n?d, shortly after 4 o'slock Fri? day ?aftsrnosa. that th? Lorii?sr invttsUsatiou was at an and. Th? anal act In th? Inquiry was the plea of res adjudicaba, entered by Judge linnwcy. Lorimer'? counsel. He contended that ?Senator Lorimer had previeusly aut*cessfully defended his titl? to his ??at In th? 8?nat?. and that Use validity of his titl? could not be attack?? th? second tlm? ?n the same charge. The commute? agreed to th? subratssios of th? plea, which will he passed ?pon by th? Senate as wall ?? ta? committee. ACQUIT DAVIS OF EMBEZZLEMENT I? PKTlBSBLTs.?. TA* S*as?-*tV e*sarl<?a Halt Ustls this altWratMia ?ara? acat-rlit?-?!, JoalK? ?aallca halS ta? thai ?be law Is mat br.aatl anaaan ?a easrrta? ta? ?aarne at anab?*a?il??aaf?*?.. am wam?u la? tae lu ?B?taa?at. After ?aarl-ns tear Saura nf argam? nt em ta? peint raised by Oamrgm H. Bcr aard,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 February 1912

**Jm*^i*.T]T*<!>rt^, jnv>* IsnMad Morning, Evenipg and Sunday Th Great Home Paper o? l?ie South TUB NEWS OF THE WORLD is gathered by the -.?ell-traine-d srjecial ?*?x>rr??rx*nd?r-nt? ?**t THE SUN and set before the readers In S concise and in tcrestlrg manner each morning and weekday aftcrn?>??n. Aa a chronicle of world events THE SUN IS INOISPENSABLE. while It? eureaus in Washington and New York make Its new-* from the legislative ?and financial center? of the countrv the best that can be obtained. AS A WOMAN'8 PAPER THE RUN h^s no superior, beinj*- morally and intellectually a paper of the highest type. It publishes the very beat feature that can be written on fashion, art an J mis***ellstSSons matters. THE ?UN'S market news makes it A BUSINES?? MAN,S NECESSITY forth? farmer, the mercnant and the broker can depend upon complete and reliable informatioo npon their various lines of trade, By mail THE SUN (morning and crenint) 25c. a month or $3 yr THE SUNDAY SUN. -j l...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 February 1912

ver?bob? ves a Ud?nner t Yesr after year, as steadily ?s clockwork, the UNDERWOOD % Typewi ter ?demonstrares its superiority In speed reliability by winning ?Tery typewriting ??contest in every class at the Annual Business Shew, Madison Square Garden ?New York City. 1011 Record ? World's Professional Championship (one hour) Int^TJ'NDBRWOOD H. O. Blatsdell 112 words per minute "2d?ONDERWOO D Florence E. Wilson 111 words per minute 3d?UNDERWOOD Rose L. Frit? lo7 words per minute 4th?UNDERWOOD E. A. Treffer lo7 words per minute h ?5th?UNDERWOOD J. H. Hoyt lo? words per minute World's Amateur Championsbip?Thirty Minutes ?1st?UNDERWOwD Gus. R. Trefrjrer ?>8 words per minute ?2d?- UNDERWOOD Margaret B. Owen 98 words per minute ?34? UFDERWOOD Bessie Friedman 90 worde per minute 4th?UNDERWOOD Lottie E. Bett? 83 words per minute World's School Championship?Ten Minutes 1st?UNDERWOOD William F. Oswald 77 words per minute World's Edison Transcribing Contest ?Ten Minutes 1st?UNDERWOOD Lottie ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 February 1912

AM?RICA!? HAVE PLACED _ ) "WOMAN ONT PINACLE Return of Women to Sphere of Helpmeet Needed in Solving Problem of Costly Living, Declares He?Her Rickety Pedestal. The New York Commercial any*-: "The female of the species" ma: not be "deadlier than the male," bu she of the human species is? more ?\ pensive. 8he now spends ?vlier? ?she saved. - The houscwiu ? . N'ev T??rk on longer conforms to in? of Solomon as set forth in the dos ing chuptera of the Book of Proverb? She has found hereelf, as the suffra alettes say, and has capitalize?! her ?elf at a valuation that absorbs hei husband" resources. He is now th? slave on the treadmill and she drive! him without mercy. She joins a sut" frase club, not because she earc: about the r'ght to vote, but becaus? Its president is a woman of fashior posnessed of millions und a house ir Ktfth Avenue. She comes home fron: I -tins end te?s her husband, not what the lecturer on political econ? omy said, but what the presiden! wore. She demands, not th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 February 1912

a~T*i? ion whether in business or social life d?*?pends almost entirely upon health. Would you dominate instead of walking in the ruck? As Whitman sayr "I ?o you not see how it would serve to have ey?*-*?, blood, complexion clean and sweet, to have such I body and soul that when you enter a crowd, an atmosphere of desire ond command enters with you and ??very one is iinpr<???sed with your r*ersonality?" How to Have Eyes, Blood and Complexi?n Clean and Sweet BRIEF aTATEMENTS PROS? RELIA* :? PCOPLE?. I ha v. I my lib? with my eyes. F? ? ? luk.?'? Milam I can read very fine i rd do ?inbrokierv work at night Kate Mettant-, K. i I ' ?': 2. Blanche. N * i'li a dreadful ?kin disc;??-?' front w!''?-1! ; could K'"t no relief until 1 tried Milan. This is to Brat spring and suintii'-r 1 have enmyed in tlir.-e y:?.ns. \Ins\ raton, 731 Patterson Ave.. KoaneV'. \ i. Milam hasgiv??-n me a gnrat appetite and cl??ared and softened my akin 11. W. La> - don. Spr-ay. N. C. Milam has restored my s...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 February 1912

***n*?WBSBS?5S*-*ST?-**??J*~*>*^" T%k?**Q 8KC0ND lliMi I?\(;s is Al I/, and Rur?ap *"*VL; for Price?. BICnilOM? BA? CO., In?, Richmond, Va. ?hi*? us those Auto Tires, Rubber ??toot* and Shoes. Bicycle Tires; that Brass. Copper, Lead, Zinc; those asssass; that lot of old Rags. etc. Say ?onvert this old material into ???Silly cash for you. Write u*. L. ROSE * CO.. Umt Brook Ave?, RICH.MOM?, VA. ?tonel s. - K.IKM'I.E KAHM. .V??-OETA3LE AND FLOWER 8EBD*B and plants at right prices. Send for our catalogue. JOHN LUCAS. ?it_ Ash land, Vs. ?B ' ' ? I -,? ? SPECIAL \OTICE. ' IF YOU WANT TO BUY A FARM, or country home, will give you long time at 6 per cent, interest only. Write M. Davidson, 326 W, Main Street, Richmond, Va. HAIR GOODS. ALL THE laATEST PARIS FASH? IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. All kinds of haid on hand or made to order. Combings made into switches, Pompadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfac? tion guaranteed. HUGHES, 209 North Third St., Richmond, Va. BUB IT OUT. WRHREVER ACHE OR PAIN IS Lo?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 29 February 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL "fi ? ? - . - ? -.- , m , , , ?y VOL .DC MATHEWS C H.. V/V, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 29. 1912 NO. 2 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite la this ?st fh* ptrlosa W? pay freight nnd gres personal atten? tion to ?la-eta? hsTito you to ?sail and lnspoet ear laxg* stosk ?f tstobod l*a Mil fialK If unahl* to osll writs ns for satal LAWSON & NEWTON llth Strsst snd William Ava. NORFOUr?, TA. Car Una IL B. Mfttanford, Pre?., J. P Kottixa?fham. V.-Prt?. and Ouhiff. GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $59,909 M VTHB.W3. H., VA. th* aeeoonU of firms snd Individual* and effsrs to ?Tastonwrs Istkm sonslstsnt with good banking Ivtersat Allowe-i On Saving? Arcosata. AMI Msaey In Tsult Cov ?red By Burglar Ins-ami 9A.M.to4P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M C D. CLINTON f**aaaTa*LACTOB FOB RQUTPMTfT AHB BlTilBl DT l?V WAT? SUPPLY, WIHDB1JLLS, PBESSrBB TAUTKB, rUTT aTVBISBS, ACMTTLmWE ?AS, GASOLITfl ?AB. BIJ..TT11C UvaVTIHC?, BILLS A?TD TELE FB OSES, M1ATIKO, B?MML...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 29 February 1912

S?ILLWRANGLIN?. ? ' OVER JORDAN BILL Kay Be Put Off Days Longer. Doubtful Attitude of Anti Saloon Leagne Leaders. R I <' H M o N D. v ? <dal.? ; I. i.|i i **Jllv??r, of laitfax. conaun cally the entire time ol the ?......? ?ion. attacking the bill from e conceivable angle and scoring heavil*. against it. In and ai-ain they charged that the a Ivocati - of the mtasrir. had i d??alijig unfairly with Che peo ple and with th? other members of Assembly, while reference wss atill mad? to th? publication In the ?jo-cnii. >; of the Anti-Saloon provl aions ?>f the lull to tho peopl? through? out the .State. Argument against the bill wa? r eluded at 1:45 o'clock, and Judge Mar? tin Williams, of Giles, who had been to open in reply, had scarce? ly bei n his defei re the hour of m uniment arrive?? ind the a? for two hours. Judge Wil? liams argument will be resumed as the House reconven?? this ? ? \ ? ?iT. n \nirn<lm?-iit*?. Mr. ?'<>x opened th -lent the bill an? 1mm? d latel...

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