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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 29 February 1912

POLE HUNTERS ARE NEARING THE GOAL LONDON. Speoal.? "South Pole discovered.'* ,sal An> ? S ?h it no ?? .ixe may bo flan! ,. s und telegraph srliss that .-m m ie Um Kiobe. The sender anay be an Bniilshaisa. a Nor I ;.! inan or s diUonSj ?Mrrying the standaidH of us many different countries, h battltna asrainst the cold and ice of the Antarctic for more than twu years, sad tho lirst of tin m is ? xpected t<- returs in touch with "th? i'Utsidu world" about this time. Stewart s Island, south of New Zea lnnd, is in. first habitation that will be reached by the explorers on their return trips. a telephone connects th?.? Island with New Zealand, from where cablesranis will be sent out. In this great five-cornered competi? tion, for the sake of science, and. in? cidentally, lame, the most celebrated contestants are Captain Robert Fal? con Scott, of Kurland, and Captain Koald Amundsen, of Norway. The Australian, ilawson, is leading a third band, and the Japanese and Germ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 29 February 1912

woectal Sermons Bt ?t. paule ant? Bculab \ Rev. f. Arthur Wion ha? announced that he will preach from following subjects, bet-ining the first .Vurday in March. These noons will be preached at St. Pauls an J Beulah on the same dates March 3d, St. Pauls u a. m., Beulah 3 p. m. THE BIBLE HOW GIVEN AND HOW PRESERVED March 10. Beulah 11 a. m., St. Pauls 3 p. m. BIBLE DOCTRINE OFHELL A ND FUTURE PUNISHMENT March 17, St. Pauls 11 a. m.. Beulah 3 p. m. THE MILLENNIUM March 24, Beulah 11 a. m., St. Pauls 3 p. m. RECOGNITION IN HEAVEN March 31, St. Pauls 11 a. m.. Btulah 3 p. m. IMMORTALITY ?SA^TiraOFTE, two. Issued Morning, Evening and Sunday Th Great Home Paper o? the South THB NEWS OF THE WORLD is -fathered by the well-trained special .?sorreipondent? of THE SUN and ?et before the readers in a concise and in ?terestirg manner each morning and weekday afternoon. A? a chronicle of world event? THE SUN IS INDISPENSABLE, while its bureau? in Washington and New York make it? news from the legis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 29 February 1912

Evertbo?r? Xovcs a Il?l?nner Year nfter year, as steadily ?s clockwork, the UNDER WOOD Typowi ter Toi tnonst rates it? superiority in speed reliability by winning every typewriting nte*t in every class at the Atinual Business Shew, Madison Square Garden yKew York City. 1011 Record World's Professional Championship (one hour) lat?UNDER WOO I) 2d?UNDERWOO D 3d? UNDERWOOD 4th?UNDERWOOD -Sth-UNDERWOOD H. O. Blaiadell 112 word? Florence E. Wilson 111 words Rose L. Fritz lo7 words E. A. Trefzj?'er lo7 wor?1s j. H. Hoyt lo6 words per per per per per minute minute minute minute minute World'? Amateur Championship?Thirty Minute? USZ? l?t?UNDERWOwD Gus. R. Trefager ?-?8 word? per minute UNDERWOOD Margaret B. Owen 98 words per minute d? UFDERWOOD Bessie Friedman 90 worde per minute ?4th?UNDERWOOD Lottie E. Betts 83 words per minute World's School Championship?Ten Minutes lat?UNDERWOOD William F, Oswald 77 words per minute World's Edis*n Transcribing Contest?Ten Minute? l?t?UNDERWOOD L-ottie E....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 29 February 1912

MNK1NG REFORM ?' ! MOVE ORGANIZED V '*?' roN i> Nord? and , through ?of t ? m, e of tin ?? ??anization in North Carolina lia. formed, with J. M. Parker, of Ch L Mr. I.rnifk et.it. i'kiT will announcd tar details of the North ?'aroliiia brunch pr ?bably next week. The South Carolina branch Is also b? ?Otrssnlced t>> business men in the laru' w as lu Virginia ;? .state ortrantzation is actively :?l work, with \\ i:. Can ?f Riverton, who is pr< ?ident of th? American association of i.nno Manu r?rs, .is the head. W. Gratton Price, of 'larrisonburg, a well-know i: inker and formerly Deputy r of Kockingham county seentary of the Virginia branch, and he ?s traveling in Its interest <?\.r th? State. "The National ?""itizens" L? cording to a recent article In the In? dependent, by its president. John V. U**o,M sai?! Mr l.auek today, "has endorsed no bill Cot. I will present no hill. In general, it favors a r?>*'orm along the i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 29 February 1912

'orfecf Skin Dr. Woods Hutchinson, considered one of the most brilliant writers on modern therapeutics, says: "richness and freshness of color are Richness and Purity of Blood an?! vi"< r of circulation. A good complexion exph at i-caHy comes from vtffhin; only imitations and opes at that can be pninted. n|as tend .or rubbed on fmm without. To look-well you must be well." It you want the clean, clear complex? ion glowing with the crimson <>. pure blood, the bright sparkling eye and the happy ' expression that omes from vigorous bealt-hy blood. ask your druKRist about Milam. A blood puni."?. and reconstructive tonic akme and without compctitio *. If you suspect ans ?ithcr preparatmn of being in its ?lass we nsk that you read the labels. The pure f(xxl law prottxts only those who read the labels, Ho bltxxl remedy should contain alcohol?a false stimulant and uric acid producer. Buy Six Bottles for $5.CO, and Get Your Money Back if not Benefited No alcoh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 29 February 1912

WANTS nipn aUEcoND ha>d bags p/%if-N and I-i.rlap Wanted. "^**^*"yr Writ?, for Price?. RI( HMOM) BAG TO?, In?c*, _Richmond. Vs. ?aY! ? us those Auto Tires, Rubber and Shoes, Bicycle Tires; that Copper, Lead. Zinc; those >; that lot of old Rags. etc. Let Ma ?ouvert this old material into ?way cash for yon. Write us. L. KOSE *% CO.. IM Brook Ave?, Rll HMOND, VA. ?OTICES. CAIRA! RK FAR*. ,YI*GH*TABLE AND FLOWER SEEDS and plants at right prices. Send tor our catalogue. JOHN LULAS, M_ Ashland. Va. SPECIAL XOTICE. IT YOU WANT TO BUY A FARM, or country borne, will give you long time at 5 per cent, interest only. Write M. Davidson. 326 W. Main Street, Richmond, Va BAIB GOODS. ALL THE 1*ATEST PARTS ?'ASH IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. All kind? of haid on hand or made to order. Combings made Into ?witches, Pompadours, Puff?, etc. Satisfac? tion guaranteed. HUGHES, 209 >rth Third St., Richmond, Va? ^Xbi BUB IT OUT. .WREREVER ACHE OR PAIN IS L*0 oated?stiffness and sor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 March 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNALW **aa=a ? ? ? ? - - _ . "3 VOL. IX. MATHEWS C R. VA. THURSDAY, M ARCH 7. 1912 NO. 5 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite la ?this liar* gat pries isspautfslly Invite yon to out and Inspect our larsje stock of ferlr-asa fei Hortet*. If unable to oall writ? as for t*atal LAWSON & NEWTON llth Street ana William A va NORTOLK. VA, Pt*a* Pssdt Oar Lina ml ?-*-*?*?i-**~-f BL B. Mnmfnrd, Pre?., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pn?. ?vnd (MtSer. GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. nu Vp Capital $S9t994 M-VTH-IW3. H.,VA^ its ?f final asi tndlaidnsls and o*T?rs fa e*astom< re ?tfc>s ?onalat?nt with good banking Ister-set AIl?we?l On Barings Aeessats, if la Tsalt Csv ?red By Burglar Ii 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M to 12 M C. D. CLINTON COTTBACTOB FOB B-sTJTFMBNT AIT? bbpaib? or ?ft, WATIB OtTTPLY, WINDMILL?!, rUBBURB TABXB, TVTT ?V? WtlMM, ACBTTLBK1 ?AB, GASOLIN* ?Aft, lIJBl^TaUC UCMlUOs BBLLB ABT? TlLirKBRatft, IIini?\ BANGB*. ft-r. ?, . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 March 1912

VETS FORCE FIGH1\ ON SENATE FLUOR Wenty-Six Recorded in Favor of Immediate Action, Against Thir? teen, but Twenty - Seven Were Required?Came as Surprise. RICHMOND, VA.?Special.? ?evidently the SSSa*a*s?-a an? tagonistic to tin- Jordan enabling act must foci ?-onlident of their ?ability to <i?*f?*at Has bill, as the move to take the matter up out of Its regular order and vote ?tn it art on? e .?a? made by S?*nai??r Ije?*ai?.*r, of *V??rfolk, who Is kii??\?n to be one <>f tl?e wet l??adc?a-s? Tl??* fact i luii bis two attempts to procure qui?-k attlon on ?ho part of (he senate r?*sulted In failure?by only one vot<\ how ever??I.??*!? not nw-an tliat the "ilrys" *re In tlie ast'onilaiiL But It apparently does mean that the teni|M*raii?e ?*l?*m?-i?t do not intend to be ?hut oft from debate or from tli?* ? bailee t?? liave th?-ir ?ay. Ami, in all probability, many <?r ?'????i" senator?? think ilia: fh<* ?.hit?* rib IxiiM-r*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 March 1912

UMOND TO HAYE ?3 THREE SENATORS H?w State SensAtiomai Eedistrict imj* Scheme Throws County Under Richmond's Wing. * i c n M o N d, va.? ??eeial.? <:hest*r?eld couuty will lose all vole* In the ?election of Its State Sen? ator if th* report of the House Com? mittee on Privileges and ISleetlona is ?.greed to by the Legislature. The re? port I? in connection with the bill re? drawing the line? of the thirty-nine senatorila.1 district?, and was submit? ted to th* House today. An important change, it is under? stood, 1? also mad? with refer? ence to H?uilco county, which is to be added to Goochland. Senator John It. Walk ins. of Ches teriield. now represents, la addition to Chesterfi.'ld. Manchester (South Richmond). Powhataa and Gooch? land. Under tho proposed plan Cheater field will b?- taken from the Southslde district aad put with Richmond. Richmond now has two senators. Richmond will then bave its two rep? resentatives la the Senate and. to? gether with Chesterfield count...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 March 1912

?-Soedal Sermons Ht ?t. paul? ano ?eulab Re??*, I? Arthur Winn ha? announced that he will preach from the followi.il*; subjects, ben niniithe first ?*r_i*ilav in March. These Sermons will be preached t St. Pauls and Beulah on the same dates March 10, Beulah n a. .r?.. St. Pauls 3 p. m. BIBLE DOCTRINE O HELL AND FUTURE PUNISMMNT March 17, St. Pauls 11 a. m., Beulah 3 p. m. THE MILLENNIUM Marsh 24, Boulab nan., St. Pauls 3 p. m. RECOGNITION IN HEAVEN March ji, St Pauls 11 a. Bulah 3 p. m. IMMORTALITY Tf*^ sup. ?BjRl_T?lWOF_E, |VfO. Issued Morning, Evening* and Sunday Th Great Home Paper of the South THE NEWS OF THE WORLD is gathered by the well-trained special <jorre?pondent? ot THE SUN and ?et before the reader? in a concise and in terestirj?; manner each morning and weekday afternoon. A? s chron.cleof world event? THE S(TN IS INDISPENSABLE, while it? bureau*? in Washington and New York m.ike its news from the l*?*rislativ and financial center? of the country the best that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 March 1912

*?ver*?2bob?2 *| XcvC? a WUnncr Year after year, as steadily as clockwork, the UNDERWOOD Typ?3wi ter ?detn?**n ?traies it? superiority in spetrd reliability by winninf* every typewritinir contest in every class at the Anmial Busintvs Shew, Hadistrn Square ?.?.ir?leii. _\'ew York City. 1911 Record World'? Professional Championship (one hour) 1st?UNDERWOOD 2d?UNDERWOO I> 3d?UNDBRWOOD 4th?UNDERWOOD Sth-UNDERWOOD EL o. Blaladell 112 word* Floreme B. Wilson 111 words Rose L. Fritz lo7 words E. A.. Trefz?;er lo7 wonls j. H. Hoyt lo6 w?.rds per p??r *ht per l?er minute minute m ?mite minute minute WciYld'? Am-ateiir Championship?Thirty Minutes 1st- UNDERWOwD Gus. R. Treuer gS words |ht minute 2d? UNDER WOOD Marf-aret B. Own <w words jx r minute ?3d? UFDBRWOOD Bteaaie Friedman 90 worde p?*r minute 4th?UNDERWOOD Lottie E. Betts 83 words per minute WurW's Scli(x>l Championship?Ten Minutes 1?.?UNDERWOOD William F. Oswald 77 words per minute World's Kdison Trans...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 March 1912

COMPUTE BILL FOR RE-DISTRICTING ?With Xxception of ?Seventh and Tbirteentb Every Other District Is Changed in Composition or Mamericai Derivation. House Measure. RICHMOND, VA?Special.? Chairman Walter Oliver, .?t the Bouse subcommittee on privai. . ?lection?, brought Into the House to? day the first complete draft of the State ?enatorial rediatnctlns; bill Which th? delegates have had an op? portunity to read, all other copies be? ing; inutile form of rough notes. ?"""I?***? new plan, which was agreed to by the House yesterday, alters in ?composition or number every sena? torial district in the State with the ex? ception of the Seventh and the Thir? teenth. A bill Is no**** in the Senate, how? ever, which leaves all lines as they now exist. This mean? either a bit? terly contested conference or a dead? lock. What House Ikx*oinmond?. Following is the House recom? mendation as to the new districts, the first ?o far printed: The counties of Lee. Scott and Wise form the First District. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 March 1912

ForThePull ? 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 can buy strength Read th?r*se tac tract- from letters of gratitude from those who did : My *??_n??l l?e?lths_<l,Tti"r'nc?hb??re?!*? Improved and I?ttrlu>i'.e this to tlie une of Mlltvn.?W. K. Or?n*?. laminae. V_ ??tain???] .? podn.lso/solld flesh. ?Harrey liliurexe, Kerrellsburc. W. Va. Ha?e takrn ont, ta few botttes or Milan? but fe??l ?trv>n?;er ?ml in.irr.nr-t ive at.d ?ble t<? *tau?J up ui.der my work, -lie- . !.. 1?. ?a., rraiit. I kin ville. V?. I gained ? i ?p.uiiJv .m l M U.ui... ?if ?m?** T B. ?.??in?. ker. C*l_r>e?>ton. W. V?. My strengt!, btati return??! ?and I reel bett.-r ?han I have In ?*0 yean?, thanks to Ml'am- Beim te Jone?. New ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 March 1912

WANTS l)A/>? I-EIOND HASD BAOS DAviaJ sau Burlap Wanted. ?.. '*? 'or Prices, lilt HMO M? RAO ro, Int**, _BJehmond, Va. ?a thciee Auto Tires, Rubber and Shoes, Bicycle Tires; that Copper, Lead, Zinc; those that lot of old Raga, etc. Let irart this old material Into ih for you. Write us. L. ROSE * CO, ?ata Brash A va. lmMMOyp. YA. WAJ*rT?aD?MEN TO LEARN BARBER trad?; few weeks reqaired; steady po sitio* ?lor competent graduates; wonder ft-! ?Jemand for barbers. Fr??o ?satalogu?. RlOJLMO.V? BARBER ?College. Richmond, Va. SPECIAL KOTICE. DT YOU WANT TO BUY A FARM. or country home, will give you long time at ? per cent, interest only. Write M. Davidson, 32?5 ~\. Main Btreet. Richmond, Va?_ ?maVaa* POOPS. ALL THE LATEST PARIS I'ASH 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 Korth Third St-, Richmond, Va. RUB IT OUT. ?IVTKBREVER ACHE OR PAIN IS E*0 aated?stiffness ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 14 March 1912

. THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. IX. ? MATHEWS C. H., VA^ THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1912 NO. 4 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite ram aeex) anything In this line get our price before placing order. Coins; ?Iha business .to Tidewater Ylr ?Ma. The lateet layrtTsd mn~ ? klnary with vaann. ?our plant Il eqnipp-ed en? ables ns to ?turn out the highest class work at moat .reasonable prices. We pay freight and ?gire personal atten? tion to placing work in tery. asTn twpectfully invite you to call and inspect our large stock of finished aaat krkene *n Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON llth Street and William Ara NORFOLK. VA. ?Dn Pine Beach Car Line. Phone 8751. E. E. Momford, Pr?s., J. P. Nottingham, V.-Pr?B8. ?and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MATHEWS . H., VA.1; the aoeounta of firms and individuals and offers to custom? ra accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Seringa Aereante. All M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 14 March 1912

APPEAL TO PUBLIC TO ACQUIT GOMPERS -Though Admitting His Weak ?Mm, Head ol Civic Commission . Dom Not Believe Him Guilty of Intentional Wrongdoing. McNamara Case. WASHINGTON',? Special.? A vig aroii? appeal to the people to sus] Judgment on ?Samuel Clomp? rs, presi? dent of the American Fed? Labor, on the intimated "higher ?Charge in connection with th Ultra cam, was made by President ?Both Low, of the Natioanl Civic Feder? ation In hia annual addr? ss before the ?n's convention here, in ^rhich ho also urge?l the acceptance ?>f the doctrine thitt the int?>rests of em ployera and employes art- r?>c??niila ble. and not, as some ?Relieve, always ^antagonistic. I Samuel Gompers Mr Low said that "it is ?lue to him more than to ?any other man in the United States that the rank and file ?>f ihe la??'r movement. as r? presented in ?the American Federation of Labor, have been held to the ideal for which the National Civic Federation itself stands ?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 14 March 1912

TROOPS READY TO INVADE CHINA WASHINGTON, D. ?? Special? Upon the status of the Chinese sit? uation today will depend whether more troops will be rushed from Ma? nila to Tien Tsln for concerted action with troops of the European powers In the protection of the railroad lead? ing from l'ekin to that city, and for the protection of foreigners In the im- ! perial capital city itself. Approxi- j mately l.?w? Infantry and eavalry are I available In the Philippines to be sent : on short notice to China, and a trans- I pert is being held at Manila In readl- ! neso to take a regiment on board at once In case the situation should ap pear to remire it. As a result of a conference of the foreign ministers in Pekin yester 1.000 troops were rushed from Tien T8in to Pekln for restraining effect upon the mobs ' tat are n >w terrorizing that city, looting and burning. Of this number 2*0 American soldiers were reported to the War Department as having arrired at Pekin yesterday morning. Mor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 14 March 1912

?aec?ai Sermone Bt S?t. paule anfc ?culab Re*. J. Arthur Win? has announced that ha will preach from he ?cUowinc subjects, begining the first .~uidav in March. These swill be preached at St. Pauls anJ Beulah on the same dates. March 17, St. Pauls n s. ?m.. Beulah 3 p. m. THE MILLENNIUM M?r;h'M. Beulib n a. m., St. Paul? J p. m. RECOGNITION IN HEAVEN March J!, St. Pauls n a. Bulah 3 p. m. IMMORTALITY / Morning, Erening and Sondar Borne Paper o? ihe South ISW8 OF THE WORLD la gathered by the well-trained special it? of THE SUN and s*t before the reader? in a concise and in iner each atornin?; and weekday afternoon, a ehronicle of world event? THE SUN IS INDISPENSABLE, while ireans ia Waahiajrton and New York make it? new?, from the letrialative financial center? ef the country the bent that can be obtained. S A WOMAN'4 PAPER THE SUN has no superior, beinp- merally and Uelleetsatly a paper of the highest type. It publishes the ?ery best feature tat can be written on fashion, art an J m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 14 March 1912

Bvet?bob? *3U>ves a U?l?nner Year after year, as steadily as clockwork, the UNDERWOOD I Typowi ter demonstrates its superiority in speed reliability by winning every typewritiag contest in every class at the Annual Business Shew, Madison Square Garden. New York City. 1911 Record World's Professional Championship (one hour) I 1st? UNDER WOOD 2d?UNDEKWOO D 3d? UNDERWOOD 4th?TJN DER WOOD 5th?UNDERWOOD H. O. Blaisdell Florence E. Wilson Rose L?. Fritx E. A.. Treffer j. H. Hoyt 112 words per minute 111 words per minute lo7 words per minute lo7 word? per minute lo6 words per minute World's Amateur Cha.:it.?ionship?Thirty Minute? 1st?UNDERWOwD Gus. R. Tr?filer 2d? UNDERWOOD Margaret B. Owen 3d? UFDERWOOD Bessie Friedmau 4th?UNDERWOOD Lottie E. Betts World's School Chatnpionship 98 words per minute 9S word? per minute 90 worde per minute 83 words per minute -Ten Minute? Is.?UNDERWOOD William F. Oswald 77 word? per minute World'? Edison Transcribing Contest?Ten Minutes 1st?UNDERWO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 14 March 1912

?aec?al Sermone Ht 2?t. paule anfc ?cuiab at Qlensvlil*. of tho pss ?d. but thlrty ero severely about in their ?In* sixty-five .empt to make loot time, end om the rails. 1 locomo nJ reduced ?he bey l>ef??re the lowing car? left lii Rat. I. Arthur Winn ha* annonnced that h? w?". .?rUN RESUMED he ? 'Mowing subjects, begin in*: the first .-urdav ? ???? I will be ^reached at St. Pauls anJl Be?-J.\\ Special.?Militant sui? vi resumed their "war" against >rltish Government, a ?iminw March If, St. Pauls it a. THE Mil. .H March 14, BeulaUed the RECOGN'1 not have xlyn. He saw Wirr h - row *et UP and ssarcnaid he to hJg wife . t?> seize the 1 jtol and her marrie?! .s. Marion ChriBtopher. ,*d rear seats, dupli s' move an?i Rot there tirs*t. raire at loping the race Bri umped himself smack down on .sp, Mrs. Bristol said. He deni?Mi ' ii she fought him away t hy usinK her hatpin so ?sxpertly that he was punctured foro he could wrest the weapon from her. CAN NOT CA...

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