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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 23 May 1912

Sol cofl m<S C \j^(>la^9B^9S^^^L^S<fi of ? BcSfl th*H rt>al c*?aM'>$?3<gftt?5i*g t?,|^^^l^t^^|?'.^^^^^^^i^^^P a -_; - ?" * -'^ *" I 3? ''"-.:-?^v^v--" ..--?" a "home^namB >"..; been somewhat in^V^ metal frame. ^^**^J| B? It was not explained why theTiahdl? was "home-made," yet the history ol the matter Is interesting. The origina handle was shot away by one Cody, ol Burry county, N. C, who is among those who have sent bullets in the di? rection of the prisoner. Cody's missile struck Floyd's weap? on and was deflected. Thus the olc man's "gun" saved his life, but wai Itself badly shattered. And now, to return a moment t< the Carroll vernacular. It often brin?*. Into use the word "peart" and the ex pression "right smart" and "prett*! tolerable." Several of the wltnessei testified that they took one or mor? "shoots" at the accused during th? ?trouble. "Hisn" Is a popular posses slve adjective among the Allen follow lag, while the past tense of the veri to rise i...

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. — 23 May 1912

THE JOURNAL. r? KVKKY Till'KSDAY. S..00' Pan vean in advance W\ Wl. MINTER EDIT**? AN''? OWNER Obituaries of TOO words printed free ??ubsenber?. Over 1(H) words, live feaafts per line. Obituaries makrrhr more than hall couiunin will be changed regular space ra'??;. Adverlismcnt, Job and news COOf prepare?! on request. Forms dos? Wedne?day ?" i. m. THl'KSDAY, MAY 23, 191?. The Journal hasop ce\ eral occa? sions emphasized the imperative necessity of those who subscribe 1 toward buildiog the new high s huol here coming u?> with the c ish. Surely the money was promise?! i.i good faith and upon condition ti.at the Westville Dis? trict Board should furnish one half of the amount. The Hoard has lived up to its agreement, in fiel has exceeded its terms and has the right to expect that th? :cho?-i patrons do the same. The building has been partly finished and is now in use but there is still a large amount due ttie contractor and it must be paid. The School is a credit to your countv and...

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. — 23 May 1912

THE JOURNAL r?'?l at tl a Vom\ Office at Mathei ' La Va., a? ?ecood-claas matter. TUITKSDAY MAY 23. 1913. LOCAL NEWS-ITEMS ? ? a J ? r ? r New-* contributions foT these columns ??ill be appreciated. Mrs. R, K. lloskins visiteo Nerf.?Ik this week. Mr. N. B. Weston is improving slowly (rctn a severe illness. Miss Lessie Shawn Is spending some time in Newport News. Mr. Marshall Peterson is the guest of Dr. ami Mrs. C. C. White. Mrs. W, L?, Williams is report? ed convalescent after a severe ill? ness. \\ . M. Mimer is attending the State Convention in Norfolk this week. Mr. C, C. Thomas and two lit? tle children leave for Baltimore this \\ - Mrs. J. P. Nottingham left on Monday for an extended trip to Baltimore, New magazines arriving every dav at The Journal office. Come and take your choice, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Diggs of Onancock, Va., were visitors in the county this week, Rev. and Mrs. L. H. Suddith celebrated their silver wedding anniversary on Saturday last. The Rev. George Gowen wi...

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. — 23 May 1912

THINKS PAPERS SST; WILL BE RETURNED ?Daughter of Historian Lossing Merely Wants Proof of Former State Ownership. R i C H M O N P. VA?Special ? Dr. Henry K. Mcllwalae, State Id abrariar and l'antain Richard B. Da "fia. of Pet??r?.bnrK. thf latter Aselst asnt Attorney General, reached the ?nlty last evening from New v Where they have t?e??n In connection ?with th.- matter of the m WhiVh vr?T?> offore?! for BSVle In ?Ctty by the helm of the estate of livn ?aon J. bmsia?;. the historian. Dr. Mc llwnin. a is seen at hi? ofl?ce tn?l.iy. anil arma in hi?h ?lee over th?*- pri's pet'tt? of ?the papers coming back to Whorf ihey belong. ?"I talk.??! with counsel for Mrs. Johnson, the ?laimhter ??f Mr. Lossing. ami '?-?red to want the owner Ship of th? paper?? cleerl? ?hed. and w?i??n that is ?omv I ? ?s>derstand that it was Mrs. Johnson tu have them returned to Virginia. The Idee Ins them, naif as they were shown to ha\? bean the propert] by rightful repugnsjit to Ther.*' said l>r. Bi...

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. — 23 May 1912

for GODULDOD M?Um Is guaranteed under the pore food and drugs law to ?con? tain no opium, morphine, strych? nine, mercury, potash or other dangerous or habit formina drugs. Thus you take no chances with your health when you take Milan. ITOAll S*??. noSt AN??' -_??rT^ a ._?/?. Itvr -?-at _ ^"5oV<vT??-??j You take ao chances with year money either, for if you buy a course of six bottles and are not benefitted you can set your money back for the asking. No dispute bo argument?you are the Judge. Rheumatism I will always take pleasure in recom? mending Milam for Uric Acid troubles. C. T. Harksdale, former U.S. Postmaster, Danville. Va. For nearly eight years I suffered with rheumatism at times unable to walk. I am taking Milam with great benefit, ai I am now able to walk and suffer no pain. Mrs. Ira R. I'reston. Abingdon. Va. Rheumatism affected my heart until I could not he down without such pain that I coald hardly bear it. Milam has made me feel like a new woman. Mrs. J. P. Brow?. ...

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. — 23 May 1912

WANTS BATI? Ship us those Auto Tires, Rubber Boots and Shoes, Bicycle Tires; that Brass, Copper, Lead, Zinc; those ?Banes: that lot o? nid Rags, etc. 1/et as convert this old n ?uto xsady essh for you. Write us! L. ROSE A CO, ?ttt Brook \>c 1.IM1M0M), TV. T1A< ll>Ks \\I> M\TKO>S WANTED for colleges and schools throughout ?Southwest. Particulars free. EDU ?OATIONAL Hl'llKAr, Raleigh, M _HJiJKUGODS. iAI*l. THE IGTEST TARIS FASH? IONS IN HAIR l.KHSSING. All kinds of hair on hand or made to order. Combings made into switches, .Pompadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfac? tion guaranteed. HUGHES, 2W North Third St., Richmond, Va. rib it o it. wheirftver aohb ok pain is lo ?cated?stiffness and bo re n ess of muscles or joints?rub in Frayser's Great Nerve and Bone Liniment, and the pain disa??pears; the greatest all round liniment in use for man . and beast; try it?don't suffer?here is the right help; !5o bottles at druggists. Manufactured by J. W. FRAYSER & CO., Richmond, Va. ?WHI...

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. — 30 May 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL IX. MATHEWS C H.. VA, THURSDAY, MAY 30. 1912 NO. ?5 MATHEWS BROS. Producers of QUALITY PAINTS M ATHEWS BROS. ?h-* -^-t> Raw Material* a Are purcliaaed in ?oar load quanti? ties and thru we ?art enabled to obtain the lowest possible prices. Cf...m.mmm.m..????%..mi -a-a-? Shalon Paint Agencies Norfolk Hardware Co., No. 42 Washington St. Ferratt Hardware Co., 554 Church St.; Port Norfolk Supply Co., Port Norfolk, Va. Hutson & Hudgins, New Point, Va. Geo. W. Milby, Rescue, Vs. John E. Wornom, Dare, Va. Hudson Mench, Menchville, Va. ?asaaiaaaiss.lO ?Oaaaaaa?*?*? ?/?r^" CAR LOAD OLD DUT eagi^ewhiteI CES5 DRY WHITE LEAD CORRODERS Our Factory Formula? and procese are open, 19 ell times, for the tnspesjtiofa at our {?rade. ****** Any sustomer ean hare for the asking* an analysis of any prod? uct bearing the firm name. MATH EWS BROS. PAINT MAKERS, NORFOI_K,VA. 9?r~a 1 ?sHS ???L - * ;.-7" *<*?<*? . ? i i ? - i~ a mU ;* i. ' ii TIT" aWS*''' _* - _&j, ?*~...

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. — 30 May 1912

PEACE REIGNS IN ~ SfATE~l?E?TI?T? ?Delegates at Large Will Number Sight, and They Will Have Half a Vote Each?Colonel Day, Senator Martin's Father in-Law, Defeated. Oarri?<?wi?i?-?| l>> ?lu? ??up??rior ?StrciiKtli Of ilii' ????ri:.i ni/.i! i.ui.'* tlK?>?- laaoiiiiu ?a hi-iiui? ?I ?i?i? (Caiion ta> Baltimoi . ? Marin in ill?- N??ii<?ik ? oiiviii?ion The \ ir^ini.a rielejcatlon to tho national ? ?mix ?Mil ??m il'??i?', or?*- will gu anlntatriM ?<?<'. Tin* settle?, .i matter t*hicli threaten??! a trcmcmloii? an.? -i i U&j?lc in Mumik. It II ? a : ? ig I IS ami C? Ihh'\ -< ?? Ha? l.iiriy \\??ll ??. 'ill?- nut? i? :??-. in he i? inn oil tlli- XI- I' ???? ? 'I'l'o^ '.it? -??' proci rim. ?--h?i:u?'.l Itsei .tiaji?iaiii iimhi?.. Il .i?a?l? ? ???i? e.x S??'H^ \? lilt ll S.li<M?ll,??l ill?' (ll'll hlill w:? l??|i.iriini: from |ia-l pi?-?? ? ?li-iu?. ,l??- part) leaders ? !?? ?i ??.-.lit ?'.?'h . . til?? Halt siiio'.-a? < ? aii i* to lia a ?? Olie-ll i .1 &g...

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. — 30 May 1912

MRS. MADISON WON VOTES FOR HUSBAND The r. <?nt and current dem? ons-nations in honor of Dolly Madi? son, first among Americas first wo? men, recalls the fact that, lik? Wash? ington, ?h? bad no descendants, b?-r only son. Payne Todd, having died unmarried. Her sist.-r child. Anna I'a.wT. armm, however, essentially a daught. i. a. ? (?mpanying her as a lit? tle girl to Montpellier aft? r saS sec? ond marriage, assisting in the bril? liant levees in Washington artesa h.r huahand was ftocretary of state, and In doing the honors at the Executive Mansion for Jefferson, rendered prac? tically childless by the? absence, in \ irginia. of his married daughter, and being married at the White House during Madison's administration to Hon Richard Cutts. a member of Congress from Maine. After her mar? riage, too, they continued socially identified; while we hear of Mrs. Madison presiding at an epidemic of measles among the Cutts children in what is now the Cosmos clubhouse in Washington, built...

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. — 30 May 1912

THE JOURNAL IBRySD F.VKKY THUKSDAV St ait, PIBVURINAOVANCI ^ ? . ?. inlh a. K??TO? AND OWNER KtF- > t- >. > af ' Obituarios q' UK) words printed fr?ee lor siihscr?bers \>v?r 100 words,' live Vents per'Hne. ' ' " > ; ? Advertisment, Joh and news copy prepared " ?Vi ' feipn-st. Forms close Wednesday .10 a. m. TBUK8DAY. MAY 30, \*\7. We believe t,ha(t [he people of Virginia have a ri.^ht to' 6e displeased with the action o.t "the State Cojwerit?on. A ma? jority of {he rank and .file o? Democratic ' .Party of this state desire that Woodr?w Wilson be their nominee Jor President ancjthc delegates to the DaUimor? Convention should have been so .instruct? ed. ?van a preferential res? olution would have been bet? ter than no expression ancjV? believe such a resolution would have passed .the Nor? folk Convention, the Wil? son leaders made a great mis? take in accepting a one-sided compromise iather than mak? ing a Jight. We agr'?e with Speaker Byrd that it i<; be^ yond under...

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. — 30 May 1912

XH8 JOURNAL ?.nteratal at tL? Paja?a Office at Matbews >C H.. Va., a? ?*?scoaal*cla?s matter. WH THURSDAY, MAY 30. W12. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS News contributions for these columns will be appreciated. Capt. G: W.Billups left recent? ly for a trip to various cities. Remember the excursion to ?folk and return tomorrow, lav. ?-a? N?|iyses Carrie Smith and Nan? nie Rannome spent a few days in Norfolk tot week. Mrs. J. P.Nottingham and Mrs, M. Burke Garnett returned this week from Norfolk. New magazines arriving every day at The Journal office. Come and take your choice, a?G *ival services continue at ilat^donia with Dr. \V. F Fisher in charge of thfe meeting. Mr. Paul Hugus of Panama, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hugus at Port Haywood. Ice cream social at the home of Captain Walter R. Davis next uesday evening. Public invited. New magazines recently receiv? ed at the Journal Office are June 7'ouuopolitan and Popular. Oth r^^n the way. Or.A. R.Cohen, the well known ye specialist is in...

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. — 30 May 1912

M UN IS BEGUN Hip Strongest Point Is the Dead Jurist's Dying Declaration That Sidna Fir?ed the Fatal Shot. Expect Second Venire Will Be Necessary. ITI THE VILLE, Y V.? Speelal. "A'lK-ai court took a r?r?e***>* ?u noon ???Ten tale* m en bad been ??-cured in tlie case or Claude Al? lana?, ?aecund or tlie partioipants in Uk* lltilsaillc tragedy to Ik* i>la?***d uo trlnl. Tlaa? liefen?.??* entered exception?. t? four of tlu* N??a??n. It fa he li?.??o tliitt a nib jury ?ill In- ?>!? tMinol aaitli lasaa ?lela*, limn in die a-M-a- of Floyd MU'ii. who wa- ?-<ui \i<ii'?i laTaM ?areek <>i iirsi u?*;:i-?*e iiisirtli'i- l<?r the part ? ? took in ttir mibrvllle tro?sedjr. v??i\ii??>taii?iiiii; tin* lad ?hat a\ hat wit?, trencrullj ?-?>ii??iilci???l lin? niiKst liii|Mirtant i-H??' <?l ihi* ??? bo triinl Inas t>ecti d?*<-i?l?-d. hilera*.?*?*, is not waning ?n?l Hie court rtxoin aaas ?Tovadod onlay aailli ?|H>?-tai?>rv. Following are the nam?**. and im ?...

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. — 30 May 1912

FOR GO What Milam Is Milam i?? a pr?par?tion made from a fotirml.? in mu c??ssful use iiu-nt of all diaaciwen arisinR from t!ie blood. It contains? no alcohol, ctxraine, morphine, mercury, potash or other dangerous or habit forming drug. If a fair amount is taken, results are Absolutely Guaranteed What Milam Does Milam eradicates f rom the sys? tem the most virulent blood di*v ? leers and old sore?*, ?'limr-.ates uric SCid, clears the comp!? builds up the system?and n a genuine Reconstructive Tonic Eczema Worst and oIdt:st cases yield to MILAM; reliable people testify: F?*?r over five years I suffer???) M?*ua_** with Kc/eni.i. I was treated by many phvsicians with no result. A (rtend ad vi.id nu- totiv Milam and I am glad t<> ?ay k has entirely cuird me. A.E : raoke, V.l.. saloman for Bradford Shoe Co.. Coluinl Mv face was mw as a pi?*ceof lxrcf when I c?*mmenced taking Milam. I shav?*d last Sunday tor the first time in ?even months. \V. K. Pi *??_ l II. Lynchburg. \'a. ' i? l...

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. — 30 May 1912

I Saaff** us those Auto Tires, Rubber ?Boots and Shoe?. Bicycle Tiros; tust ?rasa. Cop. ad, Zinc; those ?fermes, that lot of old Rags, etc. Le? t_g * old material into Mady cas_ tor vou. Wil ? us: !.. BOSS & tO, _M Brook ?W?, RICH MOM), VA. ?BAi'll! ?S IM? >M 1 BONS WASTED Ast colleget* aud schools throughout ?Bouth we -culars free. i?DU ? G4TIONAL BUREAU, Raleigh, N. C B___ TUE I__TEST PARIS FASH? ION? IN HAIR DRESSIXO. All ?kinds of hair on hand or made to arder. ?Combings made into switches, Pompadours, Tuffs, etc. Satisfac? tion guaranteed. HLGITOS, 209 North Third St., Richmond, Va. RUB IT 01T. ?TOEIREVER AOHK OR TAIN IS L0 ?sated?stiffness and soreness of muscles or joints?rub in Frayser's Great Nerve and Bone Liniment, and ?the pain disappears; the gr?eatest ?all round liniment in use for man gad beast; try it?dont suffer?here is the right help; 2.?c bottles at druggists. .Manufactured by J. W. FRAYSLR <fc CO., Richmond, Va. ?WHITE WTAHDOTTE8 THAT LAY. ?Write for ep...

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. — 6 June 1912

i p THE MATHEWS JOURNAL V0^M ?aa_________________PJTtfATHEWS C. Hs^T*_fffffffBJRSL>,\V, JUNE 6. 1912 ___________________________________? kv-, ? MATHEWS BROS. Producers of QUALITY PAINTS M ATHEWS BROS. Raw Materials Are purchased in car load quanti? ties and thus we are enabled to obtain the lowest possible prices. Shalon Paint] Agencies Norfolk Hardware Co., No. 42 Washington St. Ferratt Hardware Co., 554 Church St.; Port Norfolk Supply Co., Port Norfolk, Va. Hutson & Hudgins, New Point, Va. Geo. W. Milby, Rescue, Va. John E. Wornom, Dare, Va. Hudson Mench, Menchv?lle, Va. ......?O1 Our Factory Formulas and process are open, at all times, for the inspection of our trade. Any customer can have for the asking an analysis of any prod? uct bearing the firm name. Distributors Pratt & Lambert's Varnishes, Ja? pans, Stains, Enamels, Fillers, ets., etc. Strictly Pure Linseed Oil. Strictly Pure Turpentine. Whiting's Brushes. O'. ..... **'***.?>.... a.......^ UNLOADED IN OUR FA...

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. — 6 June 1912

KORLB'S GREATEST i AUTOJIACF BEGUN l*Dl\> VPOLIS, LM>.-Sp?farial_ ?be-fo-*?? a <n>aatal c*?tlmaic?l at lOf.OOO the* M?<?-ini!,- aniaai-nobile r*a<*r hi tin- motor ?-|m,?!w;i\ <?aa started Thanaay. Tweaty-foar ? *w-tuH~(- trial?- in tin- ?-Intimation ?cant??-! have shoaan them to lie the fu*-!??.! ever < nt? r?-d In a ?I**?'?! ??i>iiii?-| in \m<ri?a. whlle tin* it?*?.i Wnoaaii and m??-?i daring ?driviT?. nt ilu? aah??el t?M>l? pan in ?Un* ?i>tit?*?-t. With tin* firluc ?>r ilu- -i..n?i-' bomb nt l?? ??'?l.xk tin? Iff atiln aiiKMiioliil? rail- <>\? r the motor *.|M-,v,l\\ay course tieunn. Pl*ra car-, lineal sp si the tape. allot Inrwartl aa * t ti i ta?? ? \|?!o?t>ii ??I ilu* 1h?ii,?i. Tlilrt) ^???iimU later fia?* ?mIti- ?tarer?. <?ii tlu-ir May. Tin* other- folk?** cd m thirta v.??? ?>ml Intera alM. until tin- twenty? four in?ui-t? r ? ar? ha?l '??? ?* i ?i.nt ?*?l ?an ,li<ir l?i?al?in'il? ? '?.i?c. I".?r t?ti?? lap. (.??? and o...

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. — 6 June 1912

WILL TAKE UP FIGHT a WHERE HE LEFT OFF HOROKKV, N. J.? Special.? Re? ?r?, ^he?! by a quiet Sunday at Oystei Bay, ?heft he did nothing but hold a cont'i-retn e and make further plans for his light b.-fore the national c??m snittee la Chicago, Celonal Roosev it Monday began his last day's swing through New Jersey m tin? triangu? lar battle f?>r delegates between him. President Taft and Senator La Fol? lette. The ex-Pr.sident left here at 9:45 O'clock for Morristown. over the Dala? war., faackswanna and Westen Raii ro.-i?]. Colonel !t motored to Ho boken from Oyster Ray. arriving here a few minutes before time for his train to leave. Be whs In a cheerful franse Of mind ana was as full of energy as though he had not spent ?three Of the most strenuous days of his strenuous career In the light in this State. The <-obit;? I was prepared to con? tinue his speeehmaking on the same lines as l;?st \v?>ek. hitting at bosslsm and declaring in favor of "the right of the people to rule." ...

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. — 6 June 1912

T i'x-S. JO_TK ; D E v i *a?*.0O ??t*? Y LA* IN ADVANCt W. W?. WINTER EDITOR AND OWNER a%ltcnarl<es ol I printed ? subscribers. Ovftf MO ?vacas (?s per line. * Adverti?4Tii?*ir. Job an?l nc p? ?**?.i|-?:tl ou rc<;uc^t. Forms ele*?? m. THURSDAY. JUNE ??? I" 'J m; admonition, 'Swat fly."appears frequently asa h? tier in the oewstrapers those; lays. Gbtdience t?i this rom j . m_nd is of more importance to yon ar.d your ian.i.v than m appear at a Casual _Jan This post who is un poou la; with >t pccplo because it i.-. un-pie .nt to have him aroi:;i?l is rei serions menue? to heath condi? tions. ?Equipped ?v.? i t h h which are capable ol t..'.inn np a i>nsiderable amonni of decom ," in g or filthy matter which may contain germs oi many dan* * *. ?lisiases he .brings it into your kitchc n ? r dining room ?i n d ? i?Is it 41 pon your food or in your tea or coffee. The result may be .a serious illness, the cause ?>i which yon are at a loss to un (erstand. Thera-are several w?...

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. — 6 June 1912

-*?*? t ?i rnaaT, >*. a?a;. T ?T. __, 'T. _*s THE JOURNAL entered at ti* e Poti Oflc? at Mathew? fi H.. Va., a* ??tco?ul-cla.*? matter. THURSDAY, Jl'NIO ta. 1912. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Newa items for these col? umns will be appi Hon. Elijah Haket P. F. is in the county this week. Miss Mary Butler is spending sime time in Richmond. Mrs. \V. M. Shawn has recov? ered from a bnei but severe ill? ness. Mr. Winifree Collins of Cobbs Creek, atrived Monday after a brief visit to Norfolk. New magazines ar?iving every day at The Journal office. Come and take yo^ir choice. ? Children's Day exeiciscs will be held at Providence M. E. church on Sunday morning next. Mr. Thomas of the American! National Hank of Richmond, is a guest at "Poplar Grove." Mr. Henry Terry of Charlef ton. \V, Va., is visiting friends and iebtives in the county. Mrs. W, S.Hudgins has return? ed from Baltimore where she Jouent for medical treatment. Miss Hilda Miles has returned to her home near Hicks Wharf after attending sc...

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. — 6 June 1912

^ Wm SOUTHERN MAN TO HEAD S. A. I. ?And, as Second Choice, C. H. Hix, Now Vice President and a Vir ?ginian, Is Mentioned?South ern Stock Holding's Are the Heaviest. RKHMO N D.? VA.?Special.? IN'O Ml. Ill a llii ;ili\- ? Sety are felt In ?: dmond in com tion with tin? ?? pon th i taymiicate whli'h lias obtained or is about to obtain control of tin S r Una, bas ?ftere?! the ? f th?? system to J- ? '? I ??; and i Iron? Mr. I ty, it is felt in Richmond | -an?! Ihrouirhotit the S??uth that ncy ?>f tl ?.?iil.l ? man closely i?l- ntifled with th?? South. N??r is it uoin? too f.-ir t ? siy thai th?- popul ir choi? ? falls on John S ton Williams. Of this city, the man ?a/h..??. dynamic ener^-i?? lift- into th?- syst? m and - dcrnitf force in the railroad a? l?y no t Mr. Wil ?avara though he eon ; the asking, though it la d ??:i all ?**.i?l? s rhat he v..? lid at I i his b?tvi?"s in the financial management of the ? on. CVrtain i - that John Ski Iton Wil? liams shares th?- opti undredi of ...

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