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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 6 June 1912

Clergy and Religious Press Endorse QfP V7M GOOD BLOod* The following ministers of the gospel have used MII..AM with beneficial results, nnd believe it to be a valuable remedy, author? ize the publication of their endorsement: Rev, J. Cleveland Hall. Rector Church of Ephiphany, Danville. Va. Rev. R. L. McNair, Pastor Pre-byterian Church, Charlotte C. H.. Va. Rev. W. W. Royal, S*.?cretary I-kx*rd of Foreign Missions, Va. Conference M. E. Church South. Norfolk, Va. Rev. Nathan Maynard, Returned Missionary from Japan. Roanoke. Va Rev. L. C. Douthit, Walhalla, S. C, State Evangelist for Wesleyan 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. "The Methodist" endorses M i lam. The Methodist hma never taken any stock in. or Binned it? faith to, patent rnrdicirys. Indeed, many of them are fak?s*ofVhe high? est order. Revenue for no real liencfit has been the policy of the pr?>m?.>to...

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. — 6 June 1912

13 'rap ' ar?. Wamu T? ?BOSE \ND COMPANY Wit?! Brook h:* end, Va. HAIK COOPS. Ubft> THE 1 ?.TEST PARIS FASH? IONS IN HAIK DRESSING. Ali of hair on band or made to ?Combings made into switches, l**?oanpadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfac ?sTaaa guaranteed. HIGHKS, 209 ?Rarth Third St., Richmond, V RIB IT (HT. ?WKHREVER ACHE OR PAIN IS LO ?anfcsd?stiffness and soreness of ?atnaacles or joints?rub in Frayser's ! ?Vraat Nerve and Bone Uniment, and ?*s*?t pain disappears; the greatest aH round liniment in use for man ?**a*si beast; try it?don't suffer?here ; 9a th? right help; Kc bottles at ?"tauggists. Mcuiuraptured by J. W. aTRAYSER A CO., Richmond, Va. ???*?? ?-?? ? lsABll> into Switch ?a. Puffs. Write MME. G.\TES, Norfolk, Vh. _ FE?RllOTING IN ~~ N. Y. jlOTEL STRIKE ?aUmdreds of Southern Negroes Are Rushed to New York Hotels. NEW YORK.? SptK-ial.? With 3.72S wattars and cooks on strike, at thirty three hott?s and restaurants, and the between the hotel men and their ng rapidly, f? that...

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. — 20 June 1912

MM JOURNAL VOL IX. MATHEW9C H. VjV, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1912 ^ NO. 16 Jast Reached Matbewg County Joyner's GUl-A-COL A new remedy for COu?**he, Golds, Crcup, Sore Throst, Hoarseness Asthma, Bronchitis and a!? Tlirooat, Chest and Lung Troubles. Allay? Irritation, reduces In? flammation and remoren ??he cause. It helps you or we refund your money. FRICB 21 Cts. For Sale by all Druggists and C. H. HUDGINS, T. D. HUDtiUrS, W. 0. HUDGWS General Merchants. The GUI-A-COL Me?. Co., incorporated PORTSMOUTH, TA. ?J??u-n -i-i1 ? ?- ?a '?* CHESAPEAKE LINE ?CHBSAP?5AKE S. 8- CO. New Queens ?of the Chesapeake OT! OF BALTMORE and ?ITT OF NORFOLK Fitted with Wireless. Between NORFOLK, OLD POINT COMFORT and BALTIMORE. Dally, Including Sunday. Leave Norfolk 6:16 P. M., Old Point Comfort 7:15 P. M., arriving Balti? more at 7:00 A. M. the following morn? ing. Through ?tickets on sale from all Old Dominion S. S. Co. Landings in Gloucester and Mathews Counties to Baltimore via Old Point and Chesa *. peake...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 20 June 1912

STEAM ROLLER ! SHOWS NO MERCY CH !IaL,.?Special.?Hun: **dy over th? Roosevelt con? testa-nts. the Kepub?ciin National ?nitttce sent v ;i*u roll*eer Th.? Tatt nun from th.- Fourth i trkt aver?- .-?at? ?1 a Iter a flj?ht 8?? bltt?r that t?a, loud-voiced argument** ?>t th? -, s ? iiiiltl bo room. Ft hting pt* a*ut?>r ' ??! : ? rgu? d thi? contest the committee after Governor Hiram Johnson, who ? to refused to appear befor . saying tie would not t?> "h ? ill?- titl?' perty by the thi? The rtiia District con? test, a technicality, j Governor Johnson as theft. II? declared it was an ? . Inix \? ? ?: and that th?- Taft men Ul steal th. stat?> delega "provlded they n? ? ?u-.i the The Roosevelt ti?-k?>t swept Callfor at tii?> primaries by a vote of 70, 000. In the Fourth District, a part ?h?- city of Ban Franc seo. which chargeai was boss-ruled, the Tait supporters claimed t<> have elect ?>?i their ticket, although the dele gatea s ?>??! i>y an overwhelm? ing...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 20 June 1912

U. S. GOVERNMENT TO CDECK STRIKE BOSTON. MASS.? Special.? The first ?hots were fired Saturday in the ??l>-\.ite?l railway *,inke. A policeman bad a narrow .-s.-ap.? from death when sum?? one fire?! at a smoking ?u* of an ?devated train with a rifle. In Cambridge a mob gathered, threatening t?> wreck property, antl tin- police hud to fire s?-v?-ral volleys in order t<i disperse th?? men. 'rh?' weapons wars slmsd high and no oti<? was hit. Servi?-?- was resumed about 6 o'clock tills morning after a tl?--up which had existed from midnight. For hours before that time th?? servios had been badly ?-rippk'd or suspended absolute? ly In many districts. The union pickets were on hand In all division?, but no violent-?: was re? ported in the early hours. .Nine taxi? abs WTr<* <>r?lere?l to come to the office of the elevated com? pany at 101 Milk Street early toilay. When they arrived the chauffeurs found they were expected to carry food and OOff?ss to workmen at dlf feren...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 20 June 1912

THE JOURNAL ISSUED EVEKY TIU'KSDAY. ft.1.00 PI? YEAR IN AOVANCE W. M. WINTER EDITOR AND OWNER Obitunrl?. ?? <>f 100 w?r?ls printed free for subscrilu-r?,. ?..?vor KH> ?Awrds, five cents per lin Advertisment, Job anil news copy preparcvl on re<]iu*^t Forms close Wednesday 10 a. tn. TIU'KSDAY, JUNE 20.191?. Tut: Timcs-Disoatch in a strong editorial recently emph isized what appears to us to be the strongest of the many strong rea? sons which make Woodrow Wil? son the most available candidate th?l Democrats, viz. his great strength in the debatable states which always decide the election. ! It very pertinent!v calls atten? tion io the fact that the strength .shown by Clark is in states that are cither ny ?gnizedly Democra? tic or admittedly Republican, any democratic nominee being sur of the former and no possible irgrCainee having any chance in the ?ptter. New York. New Jersey, 3hio anil ?Connecticut ar?* pivot? al states capable of being car vncl either wav. Of one of the...

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. — 20 June 1912

ETht THE JOURNAL Jhtered at tl e P? ?*i Office at Mathew*? C H., Va., as a-ecoiid-class matter. , THURSDAY JUNE 20. 1912. i LOCAL NEWS ITEMS News items for these c?~>l 11**0tis will be appreciated Mr. Raymond Harris of Surray C. H.. is visiting Mr. John Miller. Miss Carrie Smith is attending the School of Methods in Char lottesville. Mrs. S. P. James left Tuesday for Maryland where she gOts to visit relatives. New magazines arriving every ?y at The JournaJ office. Come t? take your choice. Capt. Bcdie Ranson.e of Nor? folk, spe'it the weeks end in the county visiting relatives. Mrs. Austtnia Borum of Nor? folk, will visit her daughter. Mrs. Luther Borum. this week. Rev. Mr. Boggs will preside at the regular quarterly meeting at Beulah church on Saturday. -AUF C, L Rafferty returned on IkflPklay to "Auburn" after a trip to Washington and Kichrnond. Mr, J. R. Winder recently re? turned from a trip to New York. Trenton and Lambertsville. N. J. Misses Pearl and Gladys Hurst left on W...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 20 June 1912

BOOSIERS LAUGH AT STEAM ROLLER Severe Charges Are Made by the Colonel's Backers as to the Marking* of Ballots and Fraudulent Methods of Taft Supporters. * H ?AGO, ILL.., Special.?Indiana came to tho fore with contests ?r the delegate* at large and eight district delegates. It was known ? the national committee met that the Roost-v? it men would pursue a mili? tant *>??licy. Ten prominent Ho??si? r ?1 r.i<-n stood directly In the path "i roller*, when Fit ?-rat??r ?limbed to his seat for the daily Joy ride. Tw.i other Hoosi??rs. 1?-?? thoughtful, who had stood with the ten, st? out of the way beforo the whistle sounded. In the rooms just outside the headquarters of tho National Re? publican Commute?- were enough In? dians to fill three paa?f<M of the In? dianapolis directory. Tho Roaasevelt men sdmltted (re? gretfully) that If tlu? ?*t-?ani roller con? tinued Its work as smoothly SS it bad ?juite a number of notables would land amen;' the colonel's dele s who had t>een to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 20 June 1912

x> 'erfoct 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 and vi^or of circulation. A good complexion exphatically comes from within; only imitations and poor ones at that can be painted, plas? tered or rubbed on from without. To look well you must be well." If you want the clean, clear complex? ion glowing with the crimson of pure blood, the bright sparkling eye and the happy expression that comes from vigorous healthy blood. ask your druggist about Milam. A blood purifier and reconstructive tonic standing alone and without competition. If you suspect stty other preparation of being in its class we ask that you read the labels. The pure food law protects only chose who read the labels. No blood remedy should contain alcohol?a false stimulant and uric acid producer. Buy Six Bottles for $5.00, snd Get Your Money Back if not Benefited No alcohol or other dangerou...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 20 June 1912

lsW"aT#sWr * b?jy aK ktatH of 3crap Material. >er!i*s.i>s there is Iota of it around you test eo.-'.d :*** very <**a*?t*r turned Into ?so* money. Write ua for prices on ?ras?. Copper, Leed, Zinc, Aute Tires, kabber Boots and Shoes, Bones, Rags, ?tec. and s**e it we cannot inttiert la. R08E AND COMPANY ?tl<*-424 Brook Ave.. Richmond. Va. HAJR flOODS. ?.tab THE LATEST PARIS FASH? IONS IN HAJR ?REfSSINO. All ?Taim?is of bair on hand or made to ?rdsr. ?Combings made into switches. Pompadours. Puffs, etc Satlsfac? tion guaranteed. HUO-HBS, 909 North Third St., Richmond. Va B?B IT OUT. WHEREVER AOHB OR PAIN IS LO eatsd?stiffness and soreness of ssusc le*t ?or joints?rub in Frayser's Oreat Nerve and Bone Liniment, and the ?sain disappears; the greatest all round liniment in use for man and beast; try it?don't suffer?here Is the right help; 25c bottles at druggists. Manufactured by J. W. FRAY6RR A CO.. Richmond, Va. UABIES* combings made into Switch? es. Puffs. Write MME. OATHS....

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 27 June 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL^! ?: , . . .. ?.. _ . ,, _ . - , . , ^3? VOL. IX. MATHEWSC H.. VA^ THURSDAY, JUNE 27. 1912 ?| NO. 19 Just Reached Mathews County Joyner's GVl-A-COL A new remedy tor Coughs, Colds, Croup, Sore Throat, Hoarsenoss Asthma, Bronchitis and all Throoat, Chest and Lang Troubles. Allays Irritation, reduces In? flammation and removes the cause. It helps you or we refund your money. TRICE 26 Cts. For Sale bv all Druggists and c, h. iiUDGnrs, T. D. 1IUD6D?S, W. O. HTJDGIS8 General Merchants. The GUl-A-COL Me?. Co., Incorporated PORTSMOUTH, TA. CHESAPEAKE UNE ?CHESAPEAKE S- 8. CO. New Queens of the Chesapeake CITT OF BALTIMORE and CITY OF NORFOLK Fitted with Wireless. Betwtsen NORFOLK, OLD POINT COMFORT and BALTIMORE. Daily, Including Sunday. Leave Norfolk 6:16 P. M., Old Point Comfort 7:15 P. M., arriving Balti? more at 7:00 A. M. the following morn? ing. through tickets on sale from all Old Dominion S. S. Co. Landings in Gloucester and Mathews Counties to Baltimore via Old ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 27 June 1912

?AFT?INS NOMINATION ~ ON THE FIRST BALLOT VICE-PRESIDENT SHERMAN IS ALSO RENOMINATEO AS RUN? NING MATE, WITHOUT OPPOSITION. ROOSEVELT FOLLOWERS REFUSE TO VOTE, ANO ! WALK OUT OF CONVENTION <HI(A(;0, ILL.? Spe-tsSl.?Witk a?parly 990 of ?he Roosevelt delegates declining to vote and hastening nnay si sdjonmment tinic to tender to Col? onel Tkeodore Roosevelt the nomina? tiva of a new party, the tifteenth Re pphlfeaa National Convention, after a loas; snd toniiiH?>ii*. ses<ajon, on Sat arday night renemlnated William Howard Taft, of Ohio, for President, and James ?Schoolcraft Sherman, of New York, for Tice-President. President Taft received ?"??! of the 1,078 Totes In the convention, or twenty-one more than a majority. The decision of the Roosevelt l?co pl?B, ander the direction of their load ?Wa to "fefniin from voting, l?-ft no oth? er candidate for the presidency. TT.0 nnnonneement of the Tnft neat? inatJon wn?- irreetod vaith che?eriiig from hi?, adherent?, and groans and h...

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. — 27 June 1912

CAPTAIN WISE TO FILL NEW POSITION KKtiiblIshing of New < hair of I?an and t?*oH??ml?s at V. M. I. liive* lllrh iimnd lawjcr Higher I'osition. HI rj 11 MO X D, V A., Special? following tile er.alion ut a in w rh.iir of law ami eeououi i? s :?t the nia Military Institute, Captaba Jennings Cropper Wise, <>t this city, has been electatd t?? th.- position, and Inning with th.- n--\t s. s.-T>n will ?me a member o, the [acuity <'t th? fanions m booh Captain Wise, Who is a practicing member <>f th.- Richmond i?;ir ami the pres.-nt adjutant <>f the First Bat? tallos of Virginia Field Artillery, will sesame bis non duties in Septemt>er. His |?.?st carri?-.s with it th.- ??lue?- of commandant of cadets, ami in th?? future th?- present commandent, < lain Samuel R. Qleaves, i'nit?-?i Btatos y, <?r his ante essor, win i??- ins assistant. it would have been difficult for tha Visitors "t tin- institute t<? have found a ?better qualified man for the new profess...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 27 June 1912

THE JOURNAL ISSUED KVKKY THUKSDAY? Si.CO PkH V (III IN ADVANCE W. M. MINTER EDITOR AND OWNER Obituaries of IbO wonls printed free for subscribers. Over It*? wonls. live cents per line. Advertisment, Job and news copv prepared on request. Forms c'osc Wednesday 10 a. m. THURSDAY, JUNK 27, 191?. The h ped (or has come to pass and after a rip-snorting ses? sion m ChuMgo in which Repub? lican Moguls amused themselves 1 ? caiiing each other namvs, "President Tail is made nominee (or President and Colonel Koos?* It is for.ning a new party. The Republican party is,nobody seems to know \\ here. This nu ins the day of Demo? tic opportunity and if the Con? vention now in session in Balti? more is v. ise enough to nominate a in. v pi ogressive candidate they wil? nin in November. COMMUNICATION. L>! '.: Sir:? Permit me space ?n your vai? na: iper to give expression to ol conditions brought so viv? idly to my notice a few days ago. There came tc rmv address two newspapers in the same mail, ont...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 27 June 1912

THE JOURNAL ntered at tie Posi Office at Mathews H.. Va., a* second-class matter. lEtHllRs?AY? JUNIO 27. 1912. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS News item?? for these col? umns will be appreciated Hon. Elijah Baker Jr. is in the ounty. ?Jr. E. W. Browne was seen in ounty recently. ev. L. J. Phaup will preach \em Sunday at u a. m. Mr. L. M Callis left Sundav Dr Warwick County and Norfolk. Mr. Milton Billups of Norfolk, isited his home near Diggs re entlv. Mr. Harrv Cramer of Crewe. is ?pending some time at his old iTwfss G?orgie James is visiting Norfolk, Baltimore Washington md New York. Mr. H. F. Edwards and son, "linton, spent a few days in Nor olk tnis week. Mr. Herman Waldon of Clifton :*"orget is visiting in the home of dr. W. T. Enos. New magazines arriving every la.y^t The Journal office. Come iniJRke your choice. Mr.Louis Werner of Richmond vas a guest in the home of Mr. Frank Miller Ic.st week. Mrs. Robert Brownley of Bal imore, will spend the summer -vith friends in the county. Miss A. B, ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 27 June 1912

ROOT IS ELEfJEB ?VER MC GiVERN i-r of ur b t ?. lu > b< h? Fs?lowlng Vlteperatlve Speeres Taft Korcfs Succeed In Defeating loni-l's (soloe for Tem? porary < butirman-diip. nn? \<.o, n,Ln ?special. \t.iiK n number of seconding ?I***?*?'!:<*> mi tin* ?iut>*ti?iti of tt*m lialrio.in. Senator K00U if tilt* Tnrt following. wan a-h*<-t?*<l temporary chairman. Tliis wan a great Taft victory. Tt aswnro?? Id? control of tin* or gani/ati ?n ??? the eonventiou ami Is taken to ih?*hii In?? nomination almost beyond the shadow of a doubt. The seconding speech? *?- wen* th?* ?x*?-a>i?>n of stormy scene? and hitter and vituperative remarks. Walter !.. llou-M-r. ??r Wl**onsln, testator 1.a Follet i?**s rsunpalfrn ni;:;i.i_t*r. threw cold water on tin ?'It < .llliiidlll?'. M(<??v ?*iyi. sa) lug t?? tlie i-on\?-iuioii* "l am ha*re to aaj ?bat ??3 one win? ? laiius to reprpMcnl Mr. Iss Follette lia< not thin authority and U?h**. not ri-pu-x-m 111"?. He I'uvin-x...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 27 June 1912

trengih^ForThQ Pull Js#5^ . -j -ais*?-.?-" - ~4 The race is to the strong you strength for the up-stream pull of life?are you g, just holding your own, or do you feel yourself being back by the current of circumstances? Strength is you need?the strength that comes from good red blood. You can buy strength Read these extracts from letters of gratitude from those who did : ?7 renom' health and ?trvnrth haveaNo ItnproT,**. id I ailrll.nte thin t.> t'j? turn of Mllam.? W. K. rlsr?. I>nnvlll... Vat ? .alm-l u (mhiiiiIk of ?olid fleali. llarvr? ninitiw, Korrellahur,!. W. Va. llav? taken ily a fi'w holtaas of .Mllam tint foe! atronser and t.r. !? ? r.-a.-t? v?. .ml at?le t?> ?t?ml up uixlrr hit ai II. I?. ??u.-rrant. l'anvllle. Va. I calnt-l ISpoaodix.il 1 l ?e iH.ttl.H ?.f Mllam.? T. It. Stalna tr. l'harli-<t..ti. W. Vs. My atrvnitth lian r?-?urn?-d id I tasa) last toff ?t?au I have In SO ycara. thank* to -Bennle Jo??. ftswport Ms sas. Va. Took nix if Mllatn. f.H!l Ilk.? a ik-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 27 June 1912

WANTS LOOK- * ?.itfq?fc Wo buy ak* kinds of 9crap Material. Vnrtiapa there la lots of it around you tthat could be very easily turned into gsah money. Write us for prices on Srass. ?Copper. Ijead, Zinc, Auu? Tires, tabber Boots and Shoes, Bones, Rags, s**i^ ?and see if we cannot In te i eft ?roo. Is, ROSE AND CO.VTPANY ?H?S-424 Brook Ave., Richmond. Va. _ JttAJB GOODSJ *Jbb THE LATEST PARIS FASH? ION'S IN HAIR DRESSING. All kinds of hair on hand or made to arder. Combings made into switches, Pompadours, Puffs, etc Satisfac? tion guaranteed. HUGH*S6, 209 North Third St., Richmond, Va. ~~BUB IT OUT. CHERJEVER ACHE OR PAIN IS LO tated?Stiffness and soreness of muscles or joints?rub In Frayser's Great Nerve and Bone Liniment, and the pain disappears; the greatest all round liniment in use for mas and beast; try it?don't suffer?here la the right help; 2"?c bottles at druggists. Manufactured by J. W. TRAYSER & CO., Richmond, Va. tADlES* combings made into Switch? es. Puffs. Write MME....

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. — 4 July 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. IX. MATHEWS O H.. VA? THURSDAY, JULY 4, 19 i 2 NO. 20 I Jnat Reached Matthews County Joyners GUI-A-COL A new remedy for Coughs, Golds, Croup, Sore Throat, Hoarseness Asthma. Bronchitis and all Throoat, Chest and Lang Trosbles. Allays irritation, reduces In fl animation and removes the cause. It helps you or we refund your money. PRICE 26 Cts. For Sale bv all Druggists and c. ii. nuDonrs, T. D. DUDGCfS, W. O. HUDGINS General Merchants, The GUI-A-LOL Me?. Co., Incorporated PORTSMOUTH, TA. CHESAPEAKE LINE CHESAPEAKE S. S. CO. New Queens of the Chesapeake CITY OF BALTIMORE and CITY OF NORFOLK Fitted with Wireless. Between NORFOLK, OLD POINT COMFORT and BALTIMORE. Daily, Including Sunday. Leave Norfolk 6:15 P. M., Old Point Comfort 7:15 P. M., arriving Balti? more at 7:00 A. M. the following morn? ing. Through tickets on sale from all Old Dominion S. S. Co. Landings In Gloucester and Mathews Counties to Baltimore via Old Point and Chesa? peake Line at Fare, 93*6....

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. — 4 July 1912

CONVENTION DEADLOCKED AFTER MNTY-SIX DALLOTS ADJOURNED SATURDAY NIGHT UNTIL MONDAY. CLARK STILL LEADS, DUT WITH REDUCED MAJORITY. THE SPEAKER GOES TO DALTIMORE TO REPLY TO BRYAN'S ATTACK BALTIMORE, MD.?Special.?With Governor Woodrow Wilson gaining on eaeh ballot, and Speaker Champ Clark constantly losing ?ground in the race for the presidential nomination, the .Democratic National Convention, at 11:05 o'clock Saturday nightj-aTdjourned until Monday morning at 11 o 'clock. ^0^ Twenty-six 'ballots had ?been taken since the^nrtst call of the States, and there was no hope of a final verdjpU-'ft ik against all politieal pr?9cedeut for a national convention,**) sit on Sunday. When the convention adjouilied Saturday Sj.R-aker Clark was hurry? ing to Baltimore from Washington in response to an urgent call from his campaign nian?>.?vr. William J. Bryan, at the afternoon session, had attacked Clark, and had said he would vote for no man willing to accept a nomination at the hands of Murphy...

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