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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 14 March 1912

m m \/fo/r/ojs?? avoid aaaaaaal .^aaaeaJanaPW ^^mm^mW* ** J V IreSP ^Adan?erous Z /^Jafex^^-N ^ /' * Dr^N ^/aw u\jneaicmcs HyBoi4'o?i,i?x\\ ^ij<r*>^Hro J^ i#*f?'s??va? ?^- *-^ ?l<taitjliiMi.?'.?"lt<Mjly? % ^ _^?b^bwIv ? M % ^" / Hc?EiSg "^^&^ ?i, o^4p^ I read ?he Read the jLti?t/s. The pure food and dru?; law was designed for the protection of all, but it only protects those who read labels. The law prevents false claims?on the labels?not in the advertising. The law makes the label tell if the medicine contains alcohol. Not so in the adver Read the Label The law specifies a list of such drugs as are considered dangerous Unless prescribed by a physician, such as opium morphine, cocaine, acetauelid. canabis indica, chloral, arsenic, strychnin*?, etc., and makes the LABEL tell if any of them are combined in the medicine The advertising does not have to. Therefore when buying medicine Rcild til? I^cl??Cl T^e next t'11** you are inc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 14 March 1912

WANTS BAGS 8BC05D HA and Burlap aUCHMOX RichMdud, "Va. us those Auto Tires, Rubber _ and Shoea, Bicycle Tires; that ?rasa. Copper, Lead. Zinc; those atones; that Ibt of old Rags, e?c I*t sto ?ouvert this old material into taady ?cash for you. Write us. U BGSB A CO.. IM Brook At*, RICHMOND. TA. .WANTED?MEN TO LEARN BARBER trade; few weeks required; steady position for^Soihpeteot graduates; wonderhi*v4iemand for barbers. Free earVaAOfCe. RICHMOND BARBER College, Richmond, Vs. TEACHERS AND MaTR<>>\ ? V\TED for colleges and schools throughout ?Southwest. Particulars free. EDU? CATIONAL. BUREAU, Raleigh. N. C. _SPECIAL KOTirB._ IV TOU WANT TO BUY A FARM. or ?country home, will give you long ?time at 5 per cent interest only. ? Write M. Davidson, 326 "V. Main Street, Richmond, Va amtsssr ? ' . , ,__i HUB tiwODS. 5LLb THE LATEST PARIS 3 ASH IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. All kinds of haid on hand or made to I order. Combings made into switches, Pompadours, Puffs, e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 March 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL^ E" _ -IB VOL. IX. MATHEWS C H? VA, THURSDAY, MARCH 21. 1912 NO. 5 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite ? bssbj avsed anythhis ta tills Une gst oar price sasfors placing order. ablas ?s tr? tara out the ?taasal ciase wer* at most lwasoaahl? prtoss. W? pay freight sad (Its personal atten? tion to placing work la ?*?o*e teer iBsaj.utfiilly tnVlta yea to call and liiepect war lar*e stoelt of flnlsbed BaSBSBj It Ms?tola. If unabls to call write as for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON llth Street and William At* NORTOLX. VA. Car Ltaa. ?nst. EL B. Umniord, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V. Pr?s. land Cuhier. GLOUCESTER MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000 MVTHEWS .H.,VA^ the aeeoants of Arms and Individual? and off ?r? ta e-urromi rs ?t?os consistent with good backing Isterest ABewsd On Savings Areoanta. All M easy la Tsalt Car ?red By Burglar Insurance. 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M C. D. CLINTON <**?HT*UCTOB FOB EQTJTPMTIf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 March 1912

*M-MBar'TBTBBBBail ' 1 ??*BS im-B Sb iWJlllftiu?SAV THEY ARE NOT GUILTY IHOIANA'POlilS, IND.? Special ? ?"Not guilty" waa the plea of the for? ty-six men arraigned yesterday after? noon In the Federal court !???? Indictments charging complicity in a*he alleged conspiracy unlawfully t?i transport dynamite from Stab State. Judge A. B. Anderson over trvttl?t>d all demurrers of the ?I? f ?but granted thirty days f??r the tiling i ?Of exceptions to his ruling A motion to consolid?t?- the < ases. made by United States District Attor? ney Charlea W. Mill?r. was sustain??.?. but the court consented to hear at? torneys for th? defense if they ?i? - Clded to petition for separate trials. The court Instructed that the defend? ants appear when presentation in the matter is ma The? trial ?vas set for October leL SEEKS!.? FROM TEXAS GIRL WEAL/THY MKMM-'lt OF ITALIAN r.Utl.lAMI'M' DISSATISFU2D WITH Tl.XAs GIRL HOME, ITALY.? Special.? Signor Vittorio Moschino, a number of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 March 1912

SHOT THE BROKER M BECAUSE HE LOST MAN ?KX'LiARJED AS atXCUSK THAT lit IITI> lAXTW BSONKY INVsTsTTlNia. m*a*9TOai> MAas? 8?jae<?ini.? Spen? cer R. Hill, of ths banking asd brok? erage Arm of Richardsos, HN1 A Co.. 6? Oongress Street, was shot and ae . ereJy wounded in hie office shortly heasru 10 o'?lock Monday by another man. The wosld-be wnislii walked Into the office, an?!, withost saying a word. tir*s?l at him He was arrested. The news of the eao<-rt*tsag spread rapidly through the district. The Arm of Richardson. FMI A Co. is ene of the oldest in the State Street ilstslst Spencer R. Hill is forty years old. and is the eld?** son of William H. Hill, the senior member of the firm. The injured man's home Is in River Bank Court, la CambriSge, YOUNG HIGHWAYMEN IKS ROB A DRUG STORE ?n-^rjiBt Smith Is Victim of Hold-up ?m Trae Jesse Janaas Stjlo. RICHMOND, TA??Special.? Althsagb practically the entire dc tecttve force ta on ths aeekeat for tw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 March 1912

Cecial Sermone ,8t ?t. paille anfr ?ciilab Rev, J. Arlh'ir Wi*?n h:.?* anro'inced tf*?.'?*t he will preach from ??ska following subject?, beginini? the tirst !*~u?-dav in March. These rmotiB will be pleached at St. Pauls anl lieulab on the ?same dates. March M. Beulah ,-i.? a. ip.? St. Pauls 3 p. m. RECOGNITION IN HEAVjgN * March 31, St. Pauls 11 a. Bulah 3 p. rp. IMMORTALITY rp^iS sur? e/,UTlrw?T??e, as?-?. bascad Morning, Eveniag and Sunday Th Great Home Paper o? the Soulli TH? NEWS OF THE WORLD is gathered by the well-trained special fJH>TT??***poQd?nt? ot THE SUN and set before the reader? in a concise and in -tecastirf?* awhucr each niorninp; and weckilay aftern?H?u. Aa a.<ihr??niclesf world e*ent* TIIK SUN IS INDISUEN'S ?\7U.K. while ?Its bureau* in Washington ami New York make its new* from the leginl.it ? ?i*d ataancial cestera of the cosntrv the beat that can be obtained. *A* A WOMAN'S PAPER THE SUN haa no ?u^rior, beiny morally and IflTKllarctually a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 March 1912

"JSvcr-?bob? "loves a "UCUnnct Year after year, as stcuiily as clockwork, the UNDERWOOD j 'Ttjp?3v\ri ter rdemon?trates it* superiority in *peeil reliability by winning every tyr*rwritiiur .contest in every class at the Annual Business Shew, Madison Square Garden New York City. 1911 Record World"* Professional Championship (one hour) 1st?UNDERWOOD 2d-IL\I)KKWOO I) 3d--UNDER WOO?) 4th- UNDER WOOD 5th- UNDERWOOD H. O. Blaisdell 112 Florence K. Wilson 111 K???,e L. Fritz lo7 E. A. rrefxK'er W j. H. Hoyt lot? word? ?per minute word* per nninrte words ?per minute word*, per minute word? per minute World's Aatateur Champions**) i p?Thirty Minutes Int-UNDKRWllwD Gu?. R. Trefztfer 98 words i?er minute 2d? UNDERWOOD Margaret B. Owen 98 word? p**r minute 3d? UFDERWOOD Bessie Friedman 'K> >v(>rde per minute 4th?UNDERWOOD Lottie E. Betts 83 word* per minute World's School Championship?Ten Minutes *?.?UNDERWOOD William F. Oswald 77 words per minute World's Edieou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 March 1912

MURDER SUSPECTS HELD WITHOUT BAIL RAJJBIGH, N. C? Special ? Abner J??*s?lJs>ll and his wlfs Kealrtcc, who. witto ths Bradley brothers have indicted for the muni. fyrtl? Hawkins last ?September, will ?pond thm nrxt two months In the county Jail *?t H?ud?rson county. Their counsel ?Saturday ?venins played their ?*?ard towards securing- their release on bond psnding- the convenii ^ ?.f the May Urm of the Superior which time they are expected t<> l>? tri???!. Judge Foushee refus? ?I the nu> tion tmr a writ of habeas corpisa and th? mes and woman (.the latter hav - *"?? bsso known as the chum and inti? m?t? friend of Myrtle Hawkins) spent last night In jail, being committed without ball at Henderaonville. Ths two Hradleys are today -i th? Buncombe county Jail at Ash? ville. having been removed th?r.> for the announced reason that the Un ?Quarters In the Hsadstraos w?r? not sdoquate to properly accom odat? the number of pri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 March 1912

. Uric Acid, Gout. Etc. yield to MIL AM when all else fall i Eminent Divine Testifies aftrgtma ^oafrrrttrr Soar? ??Mission*. W W ROYALL. D D. S?c>. The ailaB Medicine Co., Inc. forr?la, V*., July ?, mi. Danville. Va, GentlemonJ It give* me pleaeure to tell you how ouch good your ?l?llam" hao done,me. I have had ?sore or le?* ?orle acid trouble Tor ten or rirteen yoar*. and at tloea I had attack* of rheumatlo pout that were not only excruciatingly ??alnful, but that laid me up In bed for a week at a time. I ueed everything the doctors reeSsended, but obtained only a little relief. Last Uay, I *&? ?o fortunate ae to try Mllam, and having procured through you a caae?*of a half a dozen, I ueed It faithfully. I cannot tell you . what relief It has given ae. It may be too soon for me to claim s ?permanent cure, but I sean to keep up the treatment, feel glad to think I have found a thing to free mo from my great ?ufforing, and enable me to keep up my work in comfort....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 March 1912

WANTS BAGS SEI ONI) II \Mi BAGS and Burlap Wanted. Its for Prices. aUllI>IOM) BAG ( <>., Inc., Richmond, Vs. ?Ti? ns those Auto Tires, Rubber and Shoes, Bicycle Tires; that Copper, Lead, Zinc; those ; that lot of old Raga, etc. Let ?ouvert this old material into cash for you. Write us L. ROSE * < O . IM Brook Are-. RI( IIMOND. TA. WANTED? MEN TO LEARN BAIIBKR ?trade; few weeks required; steady position for competent graduates; i wonderful demand for barbers. Free catalogue. RICHMOND BARBER College, Richmond, Va. FIRST GRADE TEACHER whose term expires middle of April, would like position immediately after, to till ???acancy in public school or good paying private school. Address: MISS EDITH SNOW, Vine, Princess Anne County, Va ?ACH F US AND MATH (IN S ?ANTED for colleges and schools throughout Southwest Particulars free. EDU? CATION AL BCRBAC, Raleigh, N. C. SPECIAL NOTICE. W TOU WANT TO BUY A FARM. or country home, will give you long time ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 March 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL .?.il^ll^~.f^-.i>B-ii>-^^^B MATHEWS C. THURSDAY, MARCH 1912 ___________________________________? ^ / NO. o Monuments and Gra?e Stones in Marble and Granite MM mem rased anything in this Une vet oar price before placing order. sbles as to turn out th? highest c'sss work at most reasonable prices. Ws pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work ta ?astne fcery. tarifs you to call and Inspect oar large stock of finished MMMmm ??mem is "fOorfolk. If unsble to call write us for catalogas. LAWSON & NEWTON fP !*" llth Btrsst and wnilsm Ara 'f~ NORlX)IJ_. VA. idi ?Car Una * " f ?TO. B. W Mnzaford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Prea. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MA THE WS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $50,000,1 M\Tr__VV3. H., VA? ? the accounts of firms and Individuals and offers to costc_H rs my*mti ?*t*??omraodatk>n consistent with good banking Ivterest Allowed On Sarlngn Aeronata. AJ? Money In Vanlt Cor ercd By Borglar Ins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 March 1912

VjETECnVES ARE : BAFFLED BY GANG o? Gang May Be Caught Today or Hot for Weeks?Wysor Aooepts Appointment?Jas? per Still Trying- to Save Property. BARREN S1?RINGR. VA.. BniulsL? FugitiTe member* of tne outlawed Allen ga?._ h.?\?? ee*t word to the Carroll tou.n*. ?orncAats that they have no in ten OJtow m? sarrendesing, a<x*ordirig to a report which has r-revched hero from over the mountain*?. Acoordtng to the report thirty ?of the Aliens and their follower?* held a two-hour c*onfen*n?v wltli ln three miles of HUN-? ill?? this ?afternoon. It was derided to tight to the ttniah and not to yield . either to the Virginia or IVdcral authorities. As a result and warning the following notk*e, acribbled in pencil on s nhect of ?coarse brown wrapping paper. was pouted on a tree, a mile from Hlttsville, on the public road: **To those who has made it their J boaftnens to concern: ^r **We have plenty of arms anJ bntlete. We know how to jAe ths en These hills Is an Aj. heaJUiy plsce for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 March 1912

EXPLOSION DUE TO CARELESSNESS Southern Pacific Says Death o? Score Due to Recent Labor Troubles. SAN ANTONIO.? Special.? After a thorough investigation the police declared their belief today ?hat the lue .m..11.. explosion in the Southern Paeilic yards yesterday, which cost the lives of at least twenty-eight men. had been due to carelessness. The authorities investigating the disaster had been unable to find any evidence tending to support the ru? mor that the fatal explosion was the result of a union labor dynamite out? rage. Mortuary work went on all night, and today ii was said that the death list might go over twenty-eight, so badly were bodies torn and so diffi? cult has it proved to uscertuin how many workmen are missing. Only a score of the victims had been Identified today. The task of Identification was made doubly hard because practically all the dead were Strangers, having ?orne hero recently to take the place of striking shop? men. "While the damage from the explo? sion ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 March 1912

GRANO MX.LL.INEIF?Y OPENING 3 an?s & Pngli's Dept. Store APRIL 2ND AND: 3RD Fine Assortment O? The Newest Styles NEW LINE HIGH AND LOW SHOES CLOTHING -f.a. i ? =?= jStoec?al Sermone 8t 8>tp Paul? ant) Bculab Rev. j, ?frrh'w Winn bas annonnced that he will preach from ?t*hc ?follo-wuife subjects, be urn in ? the first irurdav in March. These ?ernaooa v;ll be ??reached at St. Pauls anJ Beulah on the same dates. March 14, Benlab u a. tn.. St. Pauls 3 p. m. RECOGNITION IN HEAVEN j?atch 31, St. Pauls 11 a. liu ah 3 p. m. MVIMORTALITY MJITHEWS MARINE RAILWAY Equipped with a 10 H. P. Double Cylin Steam Engine and capable of drawing ; it any boat Oi not more than 100 ton Larthen. W? are now ready for business. A full force of Carpenters, Painters, Riggers. Ma? chinists, Etc., always on hand prepared tc do any necessary work. Commodius Wharf and large anchorage room with good bar *oc. ??FPER AND BOAT PAINTS ALWAYS ON HAND VO?B PATRONAGE SOLICITED. IIILJON MURRAY, Prop....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 March 1912

? 1912 1912 MILaLaINEIRY spring opening Saturday? Monday and Tuesday _March 30th, April 1st, and 2nd. Lai ge showing in Pattern Hats and all the newest shapes for Spring and novelties in Flowers* Feathers and Ribbons. DRESS GOODS Silks, Laces and Embroideries. _ BOYS SUITS Large display in the Spring designs. AGENTS FOR PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS MILLINERY OPENING fait W. (. Grimstead's Department Store ON APRIL THE FIRST SOLES. VIRGINIA Xoves a Il?l?nnct Year after year, as steadily as clockwork, the UNDERWOOD Typowiter demonstrates its superiority In spee?l reliahilitv l>y winning evory typewriting contest in eierv class at the Annual Business Shew. ICadistOa Square Garden New York City. I 1911 Record Worhl's Professional Championship (one hvur) 1st -T.NDERWOOD. 21 I7NDERWOO 1> 3d UNDERWOOD 4th??TNDKRWOOD 5th- IMUKKWOOD H. O. Blais.leU 112 Florence E. Wilson ill Rose L. Fritz lo7 R. \. rr.fz.rr 1? 7 J. H. lloyt l.K) word* per minute word* per minute words per ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 March 1912

ITLLS INTERESTING STORY OF ALLEN* i f -_____-__ . RICHMOND, VA.? Special.? ' WrllinK under s llillsvillu uate Hue. Alfred H. W'llll.nn?. editor of the ! moke Times, In something over ;t Btory tor hi? pai? day, has this to say. in part, of the Allan dan and tiie Carroll county horror. To understand the full ?tory Blust K" (???rod many y..n try to *r?-t the rrarruundtnga clearly In mind. The father ?>1 the All? ? originator of the fanu;> Allen. Some of th? oltlBSl *>?.o?. v Jlillsvllltd have been consulted rt> ing the family descent, but nobody seems to km-w of II further back than Jerry Allen. Judging tr?>m his name and rr?.m sotm of the family charac? teristics, he was of Bcotch "but it Bssm? Impossible t?> when h. t am. into this country or from what .-? ? lion, or ?vheth bom hen?. He was a man of ? ;i.l a ?'?? r who ?erved through the war thfully and bravely aa b private. In civil life and in the county h? known ??....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 March 1912

For GQQLBLOod Milan la guaranteed under the pure food and dross law to con? tain no opium, morphine, strych? nine, mercury, potash ?r other dangerous or habit formina draga. Thus yon take no chances with your health when you take Milan*. You take so chances who your money either, for if you buy a count? of six bottle? and are not beneftned you can set your money back for the asking. No disput? no argument?you are the judge. Rheumatism I will always Ukepleaaure in recom? mending Milan? for Vric Acid troubl-s. C.T. BarkMlale. former U.S. Postmaster. Danville Va. For nearly eight years 1 suffered with rbeomatlsm -at times unable to walk. I am taking Milan with great benefit, as I am now able to walk and surfer no pain. Mrs. Ira R. Preston. Abingdon. Va. Rheumatism affected my heart until I ?could not lie down without such pain that 1 could hardly bear it Milam has made me feet like a new woman. Mrs. J. P. Brown. 836 N. Mb St.. Richmond. Va. For 18 years I was confined to my bed the gre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 March 1912

WANTS '*^J?<??BS??aBBBBBB?n-a_B_BBBBBB-B-a SECOND HAND BAGS and Burlap Wanted. Write for Prlcea. RICHMOND It At, C*aV, luc Rich mend, Va. "ATI? main nn thoee Auto Tires, Rubber ?a*Boia and Shoes, Bicycle Tires; that Brans, ?Copper, Lead, Zinc; thoee ?Bsaea; that lot of old Rags, etc. Let ?bj ?oavert this old material Into Beady ?cash for you. Write u?. L. KCSK A CO. IM Brook Are-, RI( 1IM0NP. VA. ?FANT_n>?MEN TO LEARN BAR trade; few weeks required; steady position for competent graduates; wonderful demand for barbers. Free catalogue. RICHMOND BARJ3ER College, Richmond, Va. 1?A('HERS AM) MATRONS WANTED for colleges and school- throughout Boathweet. Particulars free. EDU? CATIONAL BUREAU, Raleigh, N. <L. SPECIAL NOTICE. IT YOU WANT TO BUY A FARM, or ?country home, will give you long time at 5 per cent. Interest ?only. Write M. Davidson, 326 ~V. Main Street, Richmond? Va, HAIR 4.00DS. JU_b THE LATEST PARIS PASH ION9 IN HALR DRESSING. All kinds of bald o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 April 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURN?f VOL. IX. ?HHBHEWS C. H.. VflH^URSDAY. APRIL 4. 1912' ????????H ?). 7 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite ? pom need anything In this 11ns get our pries before placing order. doing the business fe Yttvwatsr Vlr ablea ns to turn out the highest class work at most reasonable ?toss. The lstest / f^fl? Kp?] \ prices. Ws pay Imp re Ted ms- l Yf? |P \w , lgpPHL? J freight and give ? tlmsry *wlth j^rj?gE^?!^^ personal atten tery. Wo respectfully invite you to call and Inspect our large stock of finished ???Mi sVsmi tm Norfolk. If unable to call write us for catalogue. LAWSON fc NEWTON W " llth Street and William Ave. ?f~ NORFOLK, VA. On Pine Bench Car Una. - -? ? ' Phons 17*1. m ?"* * * B. K. Mmnford. Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. :-!-;?? Paid Vp Capital $S6,000^ MVTHEW5 . H..VA. ?saeMs the accounts of firms and Individuals and offers to caster?? rs 9WM9T? aeocmmodatlon consistent with good banking Interest Allow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 April 1912

POUCE CATCH "COKE" DEALERS Fred Johnson and Nathan Truitt, Negroes, Must Answer to Grave Charge. RICH D, VA_Special Charged with unlawfully '"peddling" ?cocaine Johnson and Nathan Trultt, both Colored, were sent to the grand Jury by Justice Cratch l?ehi in Police Co-art this mornti Johnson was arrested sj morning by Patrolman Tucker, who had, a ?hurt time prior to this, gotten *e/lnd of the fact that Johnson h.-ul In his possession a ?juantlty of the ?*eok<>." as the drug* is known in po? lice parlance. The man was taken to the First Police Station and searched. Twenty packages of coca?na was found on his person. Johnson denied any and all knowledge of the nature of the con? tents of the packages found on him, declaring that they wer?? given him. wrapped in one package in a piece ol newspaper, by Truitt. Sergeant Shep pard Liter arreste?! Truitt, charging him Jointly with Johnson In disposing of the stuff. In Police C?-?urt this morning Truitt "Bras represent? ...

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