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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 4 April 1912

SNOW AIDS SLtUTHS__ UN TRACKING ALLENS Bidna Allen Said to Be Alone in Mountain Hiding Plate;?Sidna Edwards in Roanoke Jail. C mulcting Statements as to His Pistol. MOUMT A1?Y, If. ?V_ Special. ThtTi? Ut very iiitU? chango la ?the Hltiiation growing out of tho hunt for the Virginia ostia ws tills morning, fur so far the detec? tive? hase bceo unable to make a capture. Tin**, claim. However, that the?* were in two boars of the outlaws yeHCerday. At psnssai it looks an If the outlaws Itave outwitted ?Ik? detcc? Uves ?at every tura and are still miwurs o? the situation. TIl'i suornlng the pursners ?are widening tin? circle and h?\e drifted furtiier Koutlieast, hoping to surprise ihcm te a blockade whiskey section several saUvs to She foot of Um.* m? ?un tala*?. It Is an open secret that the detectives ?have located the man *w*ho supplies the outlaws food and information, and his move? ments are being carefnUy watch? ed. It was his actions tliat prompted yesterday's raid, and his moveme...

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 April 1912

ra?crcATCH ^r "COKE" DEALERS Treu Johnson and Nathan Truitt, Negroes, Must Answer to Grave Charge. RICHMOND, VA.?Special.? Charged with unlawfully "peddling'" ?cocaine. Fred Johnson and Nathan "Truitt. both colored, were sent <>n to the grand Jury by Justice Crutch r&eld in Police Court this mornli Johnson was arrested la-t l-'i morning by Patrolman Tucker, who had. a short time prior to this. gott. n wind of the fact that Johnson 1 In his possession a quantity of the ???coke." as the drug is known in po? lice parlance. The man was taken to the First Police Station and searched. Twenty packages of cocaine was found on his f?erson. Johnson denied any and all knowledge of the nature of the con? tenta of the packages found on him. declaring that they were given him. Brrapped In one package In a piece ol newspaper, by Truitt. Sergeant Shep Eard later arrested Truitt. charging Im Jolntlv with Johnson In disposing Of the stuff. In Police Court this morning Truitt Was represented...

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 April 1912

?CK?? - : t?St ?S ???>?s:>s>s> Specials In New Splint Goods EMBROIDERY 1,500 yacdt, w._e, Swiss edge, worth 13 and 15 cents Special.9C SPECIAL IN WASH SILKS In solids, dainty strip es and fancies-will make excellent summer dress? es. Worth 35 cents yd Special.23c SPECIALS IN LADIES VESTS Good qua-itv. well taped neck and arm. Worth 10 cent*.; Special. *5c DRESS GOODS Big?howtrg in black and blue serge*? and all the novelties in cream and fancy striped suit? ings. Will make excell? ent dresses and suits. Especially priced. AGENTS FOR PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS WYATT WOLFFE ? __t_FBBH ?B E_?B___3S_? . _,?y"stiM>8rg. Va. ~ t'p until last April tor the past 2?5 years I ?ufffted with ?eczema in its worst form: tried evcrythintr until distrusted with doc? tor? and rntfdicines. After t-ikint? four bottles was entirely well took font more to be sure. Have had no return sine?- tlu-n (9 months.) C. II. Williams, traveling otTrie ?feaT-TYoi"??i nil m i? ?, in? four bottles of Mil...

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 April 1912

DETECTIVE FELT8 TALKS OF ALLENS ?JAYS ritiinvis MIST m su FKUINU i??li -F?m>|>?SIDNA Al.l.K.N NOT DAM.I K< ?l s. ROANOKB, VA_Special.? T?e four msmbera ?.f the AliaB olnn no*a at large are Buttering mpre for the wait ol food tlmn ?shelter and l.? hemna. d in on all suit** by p Unir ?lays are ni Detective Turn Felts, of t: Kelts uK?ncy, who has been in .. command of the situation In Carroll county, ami ?ho was here lust night, ?was the authority for this .statement. Mr. Kelts talked to a reportar Sun? day night In his room at the Ponca de Leon lor sometime, and his inter? view proved mult Interest in?. The Roanoke News prints the following: pnalrlng of the Aliens and how th. y nr?. Carina in the mountain^ Felt* SJiid that Nature ha.l provided them with ample ?shatter. in that aection ?shelf rocks are to be found ? everywhere. These rocks are big flat boulders, which project tor Bom? distance over the mountain ?hi.??. The l.avis in the fall blow in under them and afford a war...

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. — 4 April 1912

f?R 60m|L00D What Milam Is M ils m is s preparation made from i? formula in successful use 46 years in the treatment of all diseases arising from the blood. It eaaSSesl no alc<i?ol, cocaine. morphine, mercury, potash or ether dangerous or habit h.rming drug. If a fair amount is taken, resulta arc Absolutely Cusrsnteed rtltlOf KS^-^-W What Milam Docs Milam eradicates from the sv?> tem the most virulent blood dis? eases, besides rernoTing the cause of Rheumatism. Eczema ap.\ skin affections, heals from v ulcers and old sores, ch 11 nati lears the rori'i?!? builds up the system?a a genuine Reconstructive Tonic Eczema Worst and oldest cases yield to MILAM; reliable people testify: For over five years 1 suffered severely with Eacma. 1 was treated by many physicians ?with no result- A friend ad? vised me to try Milam and 1 am glad to say it has entirely cured me. A. E. Stnrk ler. Ronnoke, Va., salesjnan for Bradford Shoe Co., Columbus, O. My face was raw as a piece of beef when I co...

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 April 1912

WANTS ?n?a ..-.-. fl ? ?T9Q MI '?M? Il 1KB H tjAtlraN ?a*! Hurlap Wanted. ***?*>**??>* Writs for PH< EllUMOM? BAG ( O-, Birhmcrti. Va. am??-T" I vis those A to Tires. Rubber and o Tir?e; Copper, Zinc; til ?asa?; ti;\ ojm ?ouvert this old material feaady casii rite u? m S?--? M MONI? BAi iiNS??r ?V" ! NOTICE. W TQU WANT TO BUY A FARM. sr country home, mill long dme at 6 per cent. Interest only. Writ? M. Davidson, 326 ~V. Mala ?treat. Richmond. Va. HAIR GOODS. lib THE LATEST PARIS 1 ASF , IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. All kinds of bald on hand or made to ; arder. Combings made Into ?witch??. Brmpadours? Puffs, etc. Satlsfac awu guaranteed. HUGHES, SO? ?forth Third SU Richmond, Va. BUB IT OUT. ?ITHEREVER ACHE OR PAIN IS IXX aated?stiffness and soreness of ?rascles or Joints?rub in Prayeer's Great Nerve and Bone Liniment, and ths pain disappears; the greatest all und liniment In use for man anj i ?ast; try it?don't Buffer?hers at the right help; 25c bottles at druggists. Manufactured ...

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. — 11 April 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL V0-^-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*----*-*-*-*-*-*-- 6 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite M Warn mom* anything la this Ha? cat onr prtee before placing srder. the ^^%^ eblee as I? tarn out th? highest clase work at moat raaaonabl? priesa. We pay faprersd nuv I jjgjjBaflt-er-HB?Sa? I fr?-*bt and giv? lilitrr wtth V^^-'-^J^mtwaummmTS^?l^^d personal atten? tion to placing work ta eem? terr. ly Iravlta yon to call and Inspect ear large ?took of ftalshsd in Norfolk. If unable to oall write aa for catalogs?. LAWSON & NEWTON r^*> llth Street and William Ara r~ ???. NORFOUK. TA. ?as ?as Beack Car Line. fl E. Mnmford, Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Caahier. GLOUCESTER MA THEWS BANK, Inc. Paid Up Capital $56,900^ MYTH S WS . H., VA. ?lbs ?sooowsts of firms and Individuals sad offsrs accommodation consistant with good banking Irterest Allowed On Savings Aceoant?. All Money In Taalt Car ?red By Burglar Ii Houtm 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M C. D. ...

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. — 11 April 1912

TEXAS CITIZEN MUST BE FREED WAfitHIKGTOlf, !>. t laU 11 mu I ti*-; I ?* it \\ il.ua, rt?tlt?u ?-? tsry ?i announced that an <-iii|thnti<- m..,- . ? <?? <i| I iliM.r-., -.^ i ? ? !? r.-.ilii*: Bias ?-? sel ??? ? ? ?H Inform M.? thai l*e?vel| i erf?, l??r.i., rl} i. i:...n!i?-r ul I" ? ptillee I?.r. i B> the re'?? .??. mi?i ?.n.r.. i i ? J??rr* t ixir.nl I ti?' i?r.?? -? I ? ' ? ' a?? friiine lit?. Sei it? ?s?he ?t ?->?-???- ?????t - It? lio*?* i? I rii-i >u?il??- i lull..? nuil la ?<"? lreetl?B ?III? IB? _ U.-itlKll .,,.-..M ,?fitt ir <?? i ?ir???? >> ?tBe-.lt* ' III.- il?-ai..iii<l ?? ? ? ? A > . I ? ur> ..I M thrtt .IriMi.' ti'lt-n B| Ihf I ?m? ?I I be titUeu. ii, :.<>.*, i er, ?;> ' ? -rpr-? II.. . It ?vap rnniuini'i'il It :???*? Unit ?. . . ? it'l-vtl II <?? *?? ?? I? .?? on (Be rallrwa? ?,-ro ?ill ?I.? ihi? t?< ??*?? *?" n,,.?. t-aaaaSer w li?..?n. vrBe urui-il ??? I Be ??ill??- l>?|?:?rti. .i ? ii.tl?--. ? r paaalBI...

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

MB TO THROW AWAY THEIR FOOD Boj Dest-ribe? Adventures in Mountain*?Slept Under Rocks. They Saw Pnnuing Posse at (nose Range?Knew Re? ward Wa? Offered. H-LLSVILLE. CARROLL* COUNTY. TA.??peslal.? That Sldna Allen and Wesley Kdward? wore forced to throw sway blankets and food owing to the slose proximity of the ICIdwin de tsctlvea, la the atory that reached here frof the mo un taina. Tb? men are believed to ba at their last reaourctM and a capture, either dead or alive, la said to be only a ??attar of hoars. Th? detestiv?? hope chat a abort delay will still further wsakea th? outlaw?, who ar? not tup poaed to Bare even water convenient. Both of tbe fugitives are heavily armed, and It Is this that adds to the belief that a fight to the finish can ?niy b? averted by starviag th? men sut. Fraei Allen Talks Freely. Whit taken to the Texas Hotel and suestlonad by Deteetlv? Pelts, the aeveat?en-year-old lad told ef his fif? teen days wandering in the mountains. He said that his father had ad...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 11 April 1912

TEXAS CITIZEN . MUST BF FREED \ WASHINGTON, 1>. C. Special. ll.iuili.Kiwn W iUvu. ff? llrtu ??.-.?? tary of vu ?... atniomned that au .''iipbitlK' mur lin.i ..<????. aetsl ii> i-.u si * i i di? ts ? ? * ??? I?' 1_'? l>,.?> ? ?? ?'>'... lit,?<! <!?>? ?.'it h t.em-rnl l'an ? a?! Inform Mm ?liai ? *???? el I esta, Inrin.rl? m ?>.? aher ,.f lac l'I I'll?.? p.-,'?. . t ? . | . h> tin- I?S?Im, itii,?l lie iciiiri,,- l i ? ?fasses. ( onmil 1 :<!?? >?r,?s ?? n ?. ?I t?, a? frau?,' bis fie; I?. iiiaki? it ?-leur l.iat Nlnir ?l??r? n?i r.-?-,,ieiii?,. ,... luiina nml Im m.? treatlSB ?*?ltb il<< r<?l>rlM Hjt belllfferest*. ? ?redid .rwiili If G ??rnl (Iron >. vli,>i.lit i. ?| ? lh.? <?<?ii>.ii??l ??f ? Wll I ,J.\; r -.. I'M? A? ilua ??e rets r y ..i Kl i lh;it ?tniviie a<-|lnn l>.? the I >?i?,?l Mule?? ?\ on lil Sa? litkrn. Il,? reiu???-iJ, Ikiim'iii. ta ii.? i nr'ie? i i Il ,???, pnnniiiiiTil ? irait Kl n.iet <? ?? ...

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. — 11 April 1912

s; s*.s<c-c-s<c4??:'5?>s>r>s.>s>?-f Specials In New Spiin? Goods EMBROIDERY i, $00 yards, wide, Swiss edge, worth 13 and is cents Special.9c. SPECIALS IN LADIES VESTS Good qua-itv. well taped neck aiul arm. Worth 10 cents; Special. 6c o SPECIAL IN WASH SILKS In solids, dainty strip es and fancies;w.ll make excellent summer dress? es. vVorth 3-; cents yd Special.->3C DRESS GOODS Big showing in black and blue serge? and all the novelties in cream and fancy striped suit? ings. Will make excell? ent dresses and suits. Especially priced. [AGENTS FOR PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERN WYATT WOLFFB GRAND MILLINERYMSPL?Y At W. |. Grimstead's Department Store Since April i?t, my millinery uepartment has been filled with up to date hats ot the latett styles ami in charge ?f an experienced milliner. Miss Rose Lang, of Pulaski, Va., wno will be pleastd to show you everything in this line. SHOES Our shoe department is more largely stocked than ever before and wt call your attention...

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. — 11 April 1912

YOIJN? GIRL VICTIM ? OF HORRIBLE CRIME Preliminary Examination PosV poned a Few Hours in Order That the Hideous Crime May Be Investigated Further. Dogs Trailed Well. V-enttH Work in liaimter. ML?? Myr.lc I...i. ?? year-old xli.i.'I U...IHI.? - ??suited about tlirit-<ji..titors ui a -wilt- li??in Ashhiu.. -.tiu:?i.t*i ni^lil e-toril?/ ?it* r W o*< '??? i?. ?J.v a negr??. At Uio lime tif Ute outras? aba ???a.? uu llif v\ay ??? MM ?i?r si k father. >. ?i-iul liatniaiio'i> >? Se*tri?y. and .??lie was seeklu <l-?u n??iu who was in Ik- l?er i?i .?it. lltr cries i??r lu-l|> tailed tu ai trati -tU?iiii?.ii, tl.i?u_ii -lit- nia"?? It? i ?ta/ i me h.;., i .1 \tt"i i y Hill Carter uftcr the negro bad mm?. An alarm Man ilit-u phi-ii. Hun? dred?, ul tlll-eiu-t n oun-il llie ?county lor tin? Um?-lier'.?* assailant tsuuua), ?tut lour m?neront were ur MM-i Bloodhounds rrom tin* State prison tarai lolluwetl a trail ilia: led to th? home o? Audio Cu-.ii. a iii?(;r?i man of family...

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. — 11 April 1912

C irgy and Religious Press Endorse ? ?? of the Boepel heve eme? MIL \M wit'^ bone- i? it tt> l?<? a valuable remedy, -.u'.lior .dorscn. lurch. Charlotte C H . ??- Board of Foreign Mi inference Norfolk, Va. ?fl?taiunaij? from la, S. C, State Evangelist I rWcsl ; an Mctho f N. C I. C. Ho! I St. Baptist Church. Danville. Va, R ?.il. I). C. Met-rodiat Ministor, Danville, Va. " The I ?n, or pi I i?s ' Indeed, many of lia. ia ar est or. it? ? r r beta t ..- policy of *?'?? V "cure l>a?iv?'i . <t niet'ir : crediti-d. h j ru! Mi'.aart cut. Thet??ect cf this- medi b< <-a re ? tnat h.-?5? vich a moral st. u ?hk . I Buy It tea -h i a as the ?in?? upon sen to try it lias I -?rv.-h. ?re t? b?-;?;.?; i -r .S?.OO and get your . money back if not benefited.. ASK YOUR DRI'GC?S: OR WRITE ["he P.lilam Me?*_ficine Co. i?-*?. DANVILLE. VA. . mo? tt? ?.uttering humttatty. Thi ?> iihottt fee or rcwrml i I l'lo?-? Who l>y the ???? of the 11 Hiuitly. . , "The Captist" endorses Milan....

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. — 11 April 1912

WANTS WANT! 1?. MA* TO TTOKK o> FARM. Steady, a_snili?i nit Man with family pre mmrm?. vxu*?s\i__t_E li?ffM U F. 1>. 1. Richmond, Va. wn a />n .SECOND U AND BAGS KAf_?N and Burlap Wanted. mn%?-M.K*KJ Write for Price?. Blt'llMOND BAG V0n In?, lilchmoud, Va. ne those Auto Tires, Rubber and Shoes, Bicycle Tires; that ? ?Oopper, Lead, Zinc; thoae ; ; that lot of old Raga, etc Let i eoDvort this old material into ! cash for you. Write u_. I? ItCSE * i'O-. Brook At?*- RICHMOND. VA. BACHE ILS AMI MATRONS WANTED tor colleges and 6cboois throughout Brothwest. Particulars free. EU! ?CATIONAL BUREAU, Raleigh, N. ( . SPECIAL .NOTICE. 9 TO? WANT TO BUY A FARM. or ?Bountry home, will give you long Cbae at 6 per cent interest only. ?fTVits ML Davidson. 326 V. Main ! Btreet. Richmond. Va HALB GOODS. flttb THJC IGTEST PARIS ) A8H JONfl IN HAIR DRESSING. All ?Cads of bald on hand or made to larder. ?Combings made into switches, IV-apadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfac Hc_ guaranteed. HUGHES. 109 Ik...

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. — 18 April 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. IX. MATHEWS C H., V/V, THURSDAY, APRIL 18. 1912 ? Na 9 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite ablas mm Me ten oat the highest class werk at prioea We pay MnnJm **M_ trnUK and ?_v. iKIafrr with *?3N_.m 1 _?? ? ??fcalr _J _ _j personal tlon to placing lavtt? you to call an?, Inepeet ear large stock of If ?nable to ?sail write es for aetalngaa, LAWSON & NEWTON pr-W**- Utb Street and *WBl__m Aira. r ?" HORFOUC, TA. ?cil Cbr LHa ?Ml B. R Mnmford, Pr?s., J. P Notting-iam, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MATHEWS BANK, Inc. Peid Vp Cmmitet $50,0007? MATHEW3.H.-VA. the seeonnts of firms and todhriduaTre and offers te itloa consistent with good banking Interest Allowed Oa Seringa Aeronata. AI Haeey le Tsnlt Cev ered By Barglar Ii Hour?: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays. 9 A. M. to ! 2 M C. D. CLINTON COVT-UCrOB FOB EQUIPMENT A1TO BBFAIBft Hf Q, WATIB ?HDPPLY, WTKBHILL?, FBBSSUBB TANKS, PUTF KNC-INBA, ACBTTLXim GAS, GASOLINE GAS, BLBCTBIO UGH TIN ?9-, BELLS ...

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. — 18 April 1912

"OLD GUARD" IS. S5 SOLID FOR TAFf ^?solutions Applaud the Presi? dent, but Even at That Do Not Instruct for Him, as Senator Root, His Manager, Desired. KOi III n|| |{, \. \. Special. l-. i.uhli. .-m statt* C-...I n ?uKui ga IBSalaWM tats? ..c?ij:t t*?l tli.- plauornii irautrd b> .... rnaamlttfn oa ?*?*.?*>'dation??. WSm follow m:; ?1.?Iconic? m U.ruc* v%ocv ??l.< loi: I liliu Root, William Bat IHS, .Jr.. Iclvxiii Mt-rri't, dr., \\ illi.-im IU rri. Mlcrii.-'i??.: i cli-ar I\ l.ia? kc?tt, [ja. *n'i Baaasi CliMrb??. W. Niulor tson mu? Charte* W. \\ iiit??h<?a<i. ?OCHESrnSR, N. Y.? Special.? The hands ol the ' < >i.i c.i trolling Ihi ftepubl te conven? tion S 1 bj the r. turns from lllin?>i>. and Presiden! <\??n in stfortn declarations that ?rere ; ?l by th. . ? ?mmittee on n tioi i Ion that lasted until ? ?rnlng. m Barnes fought, tin til the bulletins Horn Chicago sn ? the i'\ era helming \ Ictorj <??-..??? in 11: gainai anything In thi platform thai wo...

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. — 18 April 1912

DENEEN WILL REMAIN NEUTRAL a I Ti:i.l> i:oisi\|iT HK II \s III??; t)\VN I'OUTICAL Till?! Ill I v All KB RK-KM-iCTloN. SrKlNOKiBl.D, n_a. Special.? Governor l.?n<en. in .% talk with Col? onel ROOSe-VSlt Sunday, lold the \ President that he- will remain u.ntral ? la the Illlsois primary. The Qoveraor bad the Colorie! the e?xeeut?ve mansion :i?e a elifia? r gue*t Sir.day. and later on privately explained t.? Roossvsll that bo eon? Sid?reo it practical politic ? nyt to in? terfere in ?tie nomination r: ? The QoVemOV will stand aside, as he has all along. In the- Tail ROOSSVSlI campaign, and 1st tho opposing camps fight it out Derieen Is trying to ture the- gubernatorial nomination for! a third t All he wants, he told the Colonel, is to keep the party solidly together so | that if he nets the nomination for the ! governorsb.p b<- will !.. re-elect..!. While tb< Taft and ltooseveit fot have I?. <>n galloping over the State in a alsshlng mes, the QoVornpr ha? i worrying o...

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. — 18 April 1912

1(112 SPING SALE MiU-JM-EPY This department is in charge of an ?pert milliner and our creations are the delight of all the ladies. DRY GQODSof ail grades in the latest designs. SHQE$ .Low shoes tor ladies, men and children in the newest and most attractvie shapes. HATS straw h^ts suitable for the Spring season for men and boys Mattings. Rugs. Trunks, Suit Cases and Parasols The above is but a small portion o? the splendid assortment of goods which we will take pleasure in showing you. Jams k Puck's Dept. Store t. ? ' .?-? - ?- - -**~" ' -c_ ????an ' ' MATIIEWS MARINE RAILWAY ?Equipped with a 10 H. P. Double Cylin i * Steam Engine and capable of drawing r it any boat of not more than 100 too Ldrthen. We are now ready for business. A full force of Carpenters, Painters, Riggers, Ma? chinists, Etc., always ou h?n?4v prepared tc do an/ necessary work. Comm?dius Wharf and large anchorage room with ' good har?! bor. COPPER AND BOAT PAINTS ALWAYS ON HAND YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. MILTON MUR...

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. — 18 April 1912

?flDus?Gfil an?? -Dramatic Evening GIVEN BY Bbte. 3. C. TXlalltcr o? XoalsvUle. tccntuchr W ANO Alee I?noa A. Douais? ot AatbCtrs, Virginia program Opening with Cornet and P'ano P?fano Solo "Charge of the Uhlans".Bohn Mis. J. C. Walker Reading "An Old Maid and a Piece of Crepe". Phelps Miss Lynda Douglas Jpcal Solo "Without You,Sweetheart I'm So Lonely".. ..Bradley Mrs, J. C. Walker leading (with piano accomp)"An Old Sw-etheart of Mine''.._??/t*_/ Miss Lynda Douglas B-tnjo. Selection Dr. R. R. Hoskins Intermission Daughters of the U. D. C. will serve refreshments jM 'Program Continued) Wading "Ben Hur's Chariot Race".Lew Wallace Miss Lynda Douglas Vocal Solo .Selected Mrs. J. C. Walker Reading "Stay in Your Own Back Yard** (with piano accomp.) Miss Lynda Douglas Pianc SjIo "Remember Me".Brinkmann Mrs. J. C. Wa.ker Banjo .Selection Dr. R. R. Hoskir.s Kw Prison Scene from Queen Elizabeth and Mary, Queea of Scots-(Costumed) Mrs. J, C. Walker anu M?ss Lynda Douglas Bprll 1-Unctcentb, at...

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. — 18 April 1912

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