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

HUSBANI LEFT, SHE COMMITS SWIM i>OMl\ IIISI'IIMUM OVKK HIS DEPABTUatE TAKES IV 1MDE. ?(ItVIM, IllllY lHSCLOSKD tu\i;ki?v. m-;\v York. Rirtmial AH Wed nesday the walling of a child Bound? ed fiom the flat of Herman Elchler on the ground floor of 1 ?. j w? -si ? >n? Hundred and Thirty-first Street. h bora rang the bell and calk ?I t.. Mrs. ?lchler, but got no reaponse, and the Child continued t?> < ry. ?'Letter call the police and break in." auggested a woman. "No; Mr. smith will be home later," suggested another. "Walt till he cornea. The Blchlera might not hk?- our breaking down their door." The child kept on wslllng. At times the sound showed terror. Still the h bora held back. The Smith mention??! Is jam? s Smith. Who had a room in the Elch? ler flat, l'util two years sgo Elchler, Who is a pharmacist and one Of si\ brothers, all doctors or druggista, was prosperous. Then his neslth failed and he had to give up business. For months In- waa In a hospital. Sought Work Vai...

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 July 1912

THE JOURNAL I88UED EVERY THURSDAY. ?1.00 sa? vean in so vanos W. M. t* ?NTER KOITOR AND OWNS? Obituaries of 100 words printed free or subscribers. Over 100 words, five cots per line. Advertisment, Job and new? copr repared on reqtnest. Forins close Wednesday 10 a. tn. THURSDAY. JULY 4.191?. The nomination of Wood row Wikon at Baltimore was a tri ' umph (or Progressive Democracy. W e sincerely believe that i t means the election o?a Democra? tic President. Led bv a clear., progr?s.ive and statesmanlike candidate, armed with a platform designed in the i.iterest of the common people,Democracy must triumph. 1 he attention of th/?se n?~-ws papers c ! Virginia who claim to stand i or cl< an and progressiv?. politics and at the same tinu con? strue for evil every ulti i tnce of William J. r>ryan sh tuld ed at this time t?j the fact that io the Great Con moi the pri * a! cr?_?i action of t1 : ,iicc a giant am he stood Se fore *?>? l?a'i:: Conv?ention and battled illy tor the right ...

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 July 1912

THE JOURNAL Entered at tie Post Office at Mathews C H.. Va.. a<s ?ecood-class matter. I THURSDAY, JULY 4. 1912. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS News item? for these col? umuswill be appreciated II ? Miss H. M. Kirkpatrick is visit? ing her parents near Mathews C. ,H. Mr. L. C. Garnett spent some time here this week with his fam? ily. Mr. J. P. Nottingham spent sometime on Eastern Shore this week. Mr. H. L.Terrie of Charleston. W. Va., is in the county this week. Miss Bunnie Anderton of Sa? luda, is the guest ot Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Vadeo. Mi?s Eugenia Billups of Balti? more, is the guest of Mr.and Mrs. Stephen Adams. Mr. and Mrs. K. \V, Fester are to be ?congratulated upon the ar? rival of a tine son. New magazines arriving every day at The Journal office. Come and take your choice. Misses Katherine and Laura Treaklc are with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Treakle. Mis- Katherine Phaup returned last week (rom Richmond where she has bten attending school. A regular meeting of the Board of Supe...

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 July 1912

?L? ROOSEVELT 1 FOR TAFT ATTACK Congrottxnen Start Knocking Col? onel, Democrats Cheering Roose? velt 's Roast of President. INta<?, D. t'? Special.? I iniiii tli?? run; I it? of IfsSjaja, I'a'publii*}* us .nul l??-ino cmt* in the House Monday nj-ent ?iiiUC hour in Ihiii'km ? wit ?>n Id?- su,* POMHI Ill'-OnviTji-ufV. Elepre?tsent\aU\c Campbell, Re? publican, ol Kansas, bad t In-?*l?*?-k tvsad a l?*tter off en?'.oi>? mom ?written by Roosevelt on tins o?.* oaaliiii ??r i*ro*id??ut Taft's n?mt nomination. lt?*pi-?*-.i'iimtl-?e Hefltn, l>??m<> iiiit, o? Alabama. <>lT?*ro?l Colonel Roonev(?lt*s iiiotit r<*? ?in attack on Ptealdem Taft, wlm-h ?rontatiiM ih?* ?wor-ds **iiil?*\? ?!?>." "?fsrand** and ?*i*?i,il>a*r>" of lb?.* \iii?*r'?an ?people 1m |M>litl?*al Ikihtn.. \- lb?- il<nnii<iaii"ii of I*ri-sl ?l?*nt Pan peogTcemi'tl ?the I>t*ni<* - applaud??! nnil ?tabeeltd. F01MER HEIM! TO OPPOSE WILSON TIMORE, MD.. Special.?A monster demonati i ...

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 July 1912

1 aVoid r/^^^ nedic?nes Just Rear/ the Labels. The pure food and drug 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 ir> the advertising. The law makes the label tell if the medicine contains alcohol. Not so in the adver? tisement. Read the Label The law specifies a list of auch drugs as are ?considered dangerous ?unless prescribed by a physician, such as opium morphine, cocaine, acetanelid. canabis indica, chloral, arsenic, strychnine, etc, and makes the LABEL tell if any of them are contained in the medicine. The advertising does not have to. Therefore when buying medicine Rcild the L?bd The next time you are inclined to buy a tonic or - 8 remedy for any of the ilia that come from impure, impoverished or acid blood, ask your druggist to let you read the label on a bottle of MILAN!. Thia preparation has no rival. If you suspect any other preparation of being in its class, Read the Label. Loo...

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 July 1912

HIT ANTS HI Ml I I ?.i J.I.. ?_???- -T= ?LOOK? We buy all ktads or Scrap Material. Perhaps there is lots of it around you that could ?te very easily turned Into sash money Write us for prices on Brasa. Copper, Lead, Zinc, Auto Tires, ?lubber Boots and Shoes, Bones. Hags. ?>!, and see if we cannot in te i eft roa. i?. ROSE AND COMPANY ilt-424 Brook Ave.. Richmond? Va. HAIR GOODS. ?aYbb THJE LATEST PARIS FASH? IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. All kinds of hair on hand or made to order. Combings made into switches. Pompadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfac? tion guaranteed. HUG-IfES. 209 North Third St.. Richmond, Va. BUB IT OCT. VH??REVER ACHE OR PAIN IS LO tated?stiffness and soreness of ei?seles or joints?rub In Frayser's J-sat Nerve and Bone Liniment, sud *.\a pain disappears; the greatest i,l round liniment in use for mas tad beast; try it?don't suffer?here !s the right help; 25c bottles at druggists. Manufactured by J. W. FRAYSER ?& CO., Richmond, Va. .AD?ES* combings made into Switch ?ss. P...

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 July 1912

????I TOE WTHl^^??URNAf VOL. IX. MATHEWS iC. R. VA., THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1912 NO. 2? ?lost Reached Mathen** County Joyners GUI-A-COL A new remtMy for Coughs, Colds, Croups Sore Throat, Hoarseness Asthma, Bronchitis and all Tiiroout, Chest and Lung Tron?les. Ai Iaye Irritation, reduces In lla:i:mation and removes the cause. It helps you or we ?lefund your money. PRICE 2? Vts. For Sale bv all Druggists and C. H. II PUG INN, T. D. IIUDGLNS, W. 0. HUDGINS General Merchants, The GU1-?-C0L Med. Co., Incorporated PORTSMOUTH, VA. CHESAPEAKE LINE CSD^APEAKE S. S. CO. New Queens of the Chesapeake CITY OF BALTIMORE and CTTT OF NORFOLK Fitted with Wireless. Between NORFOLK, OLD POINT COMFORT an? BALTIMORE. Daily, Including Sunday. Leave Norfolk 6:16 P. M., Old Point Comfort 7:16 P. M., arriving Balti? more at 7:00 A. M. the following mora? ine. Through tickets on sale from all Old Dominion S. 8. Co. Landing? la Gloucester and Mathews Counties to Baltimore via Old Point and Chesa? peake Line at F...

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 July 1912

f llfiiWA'S V0TE FIR HY AN A JEST llAl.TIMOKK. Ml).. July 2.? Tli. m nl-ght for r.i\ m was h> Airred lt.. William.*-, rSaWaOff of llie Hoaiiokc Tune?, mu? Aube, j, i siatwlc? one'hall vote ? .'i' Ii. Virginia may <a-i ~<?li?l ?Ota for Wilson <>u tin* rind bal lot ibis neon. Though Um*) ?I" n??? tliitik \\ il>?ni can -**et the nomina' ion. tiny ilc-h? I ai m u ? linn? ?- for all t'n vot?*? ho ?mu nui-iei 111 r. Is no :ni! ?i to \\ i I ->? ? 11 in i ho Viririi'ia delegation??-inly a -r?.:? > to nominate a man that ?an win in November. latter? \ went solidl} for WiNcii on ilu- first ballot. BATaT?Moi??". MD Special. il \ i i>n was call?*?! aan, "T'n a eau? apply the un J now ii." f C< ?NVENTI? ?N HALL. B MORI-:. V sum a 4) 12:09 * oon. -f the Methodist Episcopal Church, of Baltimor?. The forty-third led as follows: Under? ' rlsona, ? of i for Clark) : Ai :iark; Call fornia, lit 'lark, l Wilson; Com ti it, B Underw? < n main ?>!" I for Wll son > : ...

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. — 11 July 1912

I WEEKLY SHORT STORY | AUNT JIDY. By Philip Mean. Aunt Judy in the eyes of her neph? ews and nieces was too old for dc IDS* aSatt Judy was only 38. When .Newton Hale moved to Queens Point be brought with him all the be? longings of a man to whom money is no object. Thois were motor cars, rid? ing horses and dogs, golf sticks, a half ?i trunks, a man arid two maids and a bous.?keeper. His coining revo? lutionized the dull little place. "He says he l.kes the Oaks so w?-ll that he's going to buy it. He enjoys a quiet life, and he hates the <-i Natalie said to Aunt Judy as the older woman fitted a sheer pink lawn on the girlish figure. "He's sensible." said Aunt Jmly. "There isn't a prettier placo in the world than the Oaks." Natalie turned to get a better view ' of herself in the mirror. "Don't you think you'd better make the skirt a little shorter to the back?" she asked. Aunt Judy pinned It up Obediently. "I like pink," she said, sitting back on her heels to view the result. "I us...

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

MaMfEI* KVKKY THURSDAY ?1.00 ????? vaiv? ?M so vane s W. M. WINTER EDITOR AND OWNER Obituaries of 100 words printed free iKcriberai Over 100 words, five eats per Uqc Advertiss*ieut, Job ami news copv rcpared on request. Forros close Wednesday 10 a. m. THURSDAY. JULY 11,191?. By expressing Ms determina tion to persist in the organization ?of a Third Party of which he is to be the nominee ior President, de s;nte the nomination of a thor oughlv progressive candidate by the Democrats in Hal timor?, Col? onel Roo?evelt convicts himi of being the si It loving demago? gue ami hvDOcrite we have al wavs bilieved him. That lie suffered some wrong at the han?ds of the Ciic.igo Con? vention is admitted bul evan then he was only treated as lie hai previously treated ?others. De? feated there he deciared h;msclf the champion of the people in their fight against tl*2 bosses and that his onlv aim was to give their* the opportunity to vote fcr ?tn? elect a cl ian man devoted to ?their interests. Had...

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 July 1912

THE JOURNAL at tie Post Office at Msthews Va., un ?ecoad-clju?.* m?tt?-*r. 'HITRSDAT, JULY 11. 1912. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS News items for these ccri UIU11? will be appreciated tiss Hilda Blake visited Nor this week. r, C. H. Anderton was in the irecentJv, [r. ?v. L. McCready was in folk thtf week, [r. and Mrs. J, Lewis Tabb (guesti at "Spring-Hill," [iss Adele Hunley is with her [her, Mis. L. 13. Hunley. It*. Charles Fowler has return from a visit to Richmond, iss Susie Borum of Norfolk, tetJ Mrs. Luther Borum last fr.A. L. Foster of Portsmouth, ted relatives near Blakes last Ik. ' 1rs. Ray Powell spent the ;k end with her parents at [an. .ev. G. H McFaden of Rich tad was seen in the county re tiy. (lis^Haryrove of Washington, lehrest of Mr. and Mrs. H. PJrne, [is*. Mary Blake of Retz, re led Tuesday from a trip to Itimore. [1rs. Chas. E. Pitras is visiting i. J. \Y. Mathews in Rocky int. N. C. |lisses Hillie and Julia Miller attending the Normal School folk. Va. Sidney Foster of H air? ...

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 July 1912

WANTS too?*? We buy aH ktods of Scrsp Material. ^?rhamm there Is lots ot It around you ? '?hat could t? T?*ry easily turned Into asaa money. Writs us for prices on : *si. Copper, Lead, Zinc, Auu> Tires, I lubber Boot? ?and Shoes, Bonos. Rags, <v... and *?ee l? we cannot ?meiert ?e*. I Lb ROSE AND COMPANY I 41t-4J?4 Brook ATe., Richmond, Va. ~BA1B COOPS. _"~7 4Jbb THE LATEST PARIS ?ASH IONS IN HAIR 1XRESSING. All kind* of hair on band or made to srder. Combings ruade into switches, Piynpaulouref Puffs, etc Satlsfac tlos guaranteed. Hl'GHES. 209 North Third ?SU Richmond, Va. Rl'B IT OUT ?TEBREVER AOHB OR PAIN IS LO satsd?stiffness and soreness of ??seles or joints?rub in Frayser's Great Nerve and Bone Liniment, and ?ta? pain disappears; the greatest all round liniment in use for maa aad beast; try it?don't suffer?here to the right help; 25c bottles at druggists. Manufactured by J. W. JTRAYSER & CO.. Richmond, Va, UABfJES* combfngs made into Switch? es Puffs. Write MM? GATES,...

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 July 1912

GREAT CYCLONE SWEPT MANITOBA S Oaf lili; \?>\\ i:l l M \ i i> TO ii \\ i: ui:i:\ two hi n Dltl 1? Il ?H WINXH-kc. max. Special.?Rescue partita" orked desperately in the rums ?o ii,. region devastated by ?Sunday"* eyehnie. ?earehlaS for the Ta?,M"<?*? ot \ i> ums of i si, r. y ni tin- ?la., the situation i-tiii in a chaoth condition, and eeti t the number killed ;m? th. iunt of property lost, covei x ture. ii was certain that 266 persons ll**d a tei the total amount -?: 1 lerty loss a ud .1 i J?? 10,000,000. i?*y* of in?- occurred Regina, Saskatchewan, near the .- sioiin .,j? ept arei district seventy-Hv? mile? h>ni4 and ral miles .vide was mor i by the hurricane. Reports from Isolated points *"? . - : ?arly today, hut it i. lieved there was great loas of lite outside tin- ?.iti Among the larger cities in the 111 fated district an- Q'Appelle and Mel? ville. At Regina the local telephone office w wrecked and litt? .11 girls employ? ed there were buried in the ruina The ...

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 July 1912

r of ?E M?RALO of Impeachment Charges. High Office Profit" Is qge. 1). v.?Special. unitte-e of the that Ihm I j im]H-a? bment >*M?rt \V. \r??h ?r??e Ciiiin, ulio .-, ' ? - ? liilii > : Of til?' ??lui' ?u ,irticl??s of ??in? of tin? m? wit n'es.?*>d in l, of tin? ,1'uli maili' tti?> rv Itlc-li will th?- Senate ?fudge \reh the lo !i. lai.s Who has : ill charges In the it Judge Arcli ?<n misl??' ?-riiii??** ami mis n?ut pro??.'???Iing8 iiinv famous Culm Which the judge i^ been Involved, in and the iKipers of contain a lengthy ?m hearings Ihv Juiliciai ?. <- <.111 of the committee of tii? ??omiiiittco ??iiu? testimony at different tfmes, ge Arch ha id was a the Vnit???l Stat??s l)ls ?-;, h<* sought and ob and in other in t to obtain ??redit who ha?l litigation txmrt. lony shows that \rvhb?I?l had 1m???ii o? ?position of t'nitcd v uit Judge ami had b??en I as niu? of the jiul-; tmiieno ??Court, ne. in with different persons. ?in opii?. :?- on culm ul other <?&l...

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 July 1912

m?theWs VOL. IX. MATHEWS C. H.. VA., THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1912 NO. 22 ?In-i Reached MaUiews County Joyner's GUI-A-COL A new remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Sore Throat, Hoarseness Asthma, Bronchitis and all Throoat, Chest and Lung Troubles. Allays Irritation, reduces in? flammation and removes the ?cause. It helps you or we refund your money. PRICE 2* Cts. For Sale bv all Druggists and C. II. HTJDGTNS, T. D. BUDGETS, W. O. HUDG?fS General Merchants, The GUl-A-COL Med. 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, OL? POOT COMFORT and BALTIMORE. Daily, Including Sunday. Leave Norfolk 6:16 P. M., Old Point Comfort 7:1*5 P. M.f arriving Balti? more at 7:00 A. M. the following morn? ing. Through tickets on Bale from all Old Dominion S. S. Co. Landings In Gloucester and Mathews Counties to Baltimore via Old Point and Chesa? peake Lin? at Fare, 9SM. York River...

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 July 1912

PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM A FAILURE 1 re I m?< ?i 11 potent? l*B*. < >. It. fli? n? '?-riiitcmlctit ?rsf liitTiU-. lor \??\\ York.) The erreat majority ol boys t?? ?la> art* careless, innccnrat, and Tiny do not -??in t*> ha*?*, the mental power i?> ff-ra-p thing*?. <?r the ability to ?^^??l to tilings, until ?loin? right. ?. boj n.> longer aWaSTSal* to d<> those usetid ?Ik.i? Ssbom the Iioum? thai fornwrl) taught him "Ktlek-to-it-iteu? i^^H_soh?H>l tasks, if they Ik? calle?! b} that iitniie. are such tltat hi? ilms not learn o> school the lesion of continued appli?"a Uon. which innke?. lor ? Imractcr, !i?,rt. modern eonilltions make life tor lb?? youngsters of this g?n?ration that they often fait? their first real ta-?k only ni? ter lenvitu: school ami entering ?Msfne?*.. it ??hnatioii is the d? vebipiiient <>t ?elf. the t<;uliini; *?elf-mast<?r>. i- it p??sslble ?or OOr presi-iit ->stem ?>l public sob.?.., i. all?, to ??dueat? Ass...

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 July 1912

TWO YOUNG WOMEN IDENTIFY NEGRO Miss Rouse, Who Taught School in Caroline County, Was on Her Wny to Visit Father Near Ashland When Negro Over? powered Her. RICH M ? N D, VA.?Special.? it looks sa it Kb hanl Qualcs, a Uauover negro, srrested Jalj llh ami now in the jail of II- n ri?-o county, Is almost ? ?rtain fruit lor th?' ?h? Hi?- eli.tir. \utl if the luo un-peakable iriiiiis laiti al hi- doors ??'if a? - tualljr eomiiiilteii by liim. death llurough the medium of the elec tfUdeS ?III ??<? hut mild punish im-iit lor the bestial ollciuler. Quales today was definitely Identified as the man who at lenipic?! a ? limimil a?-auIt on Mi--. Maggie Kobinson Wednesday nlghl shout IO:M o*c*tock, near trk*Ott*s Annex, on the Urosd Street Road. l<>r this he ?as sent on in the grasad Jury by Magistrate T. J. Puryear, of llenrico. Hut his trtmbtes did not end with this legal embairasstneat, for after ihe justice ba?l db?*poS?d Of the negro's case, the prisoner ems further iilontllietd bj...

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 July 1912

THF. JOURNAL. SUED KYI-IKY T Kl* K S DAY. S1.00 "in run in AovaNce W. Ml. WINTER EDITOR AND OWNER ?Qfslrnsrtes of 100 words printed free i?.- suhicribers. Over KH> woids. per line. VtKertism-nt, Job and news copy trcl on request. Forms close Wednesday 10 a. m. THURSDAY. JI'LY 18, l'T?. jHllRoUGH th? cotntesy of Mr. I V. D. Dimmock of Dixondale. InmTe Ot its directors, we have on our d'-sk a copy of the certifi. ' ot incorporation of the Go?cester "Mathews Humane Society. The Dtitpose of this organization is a chatiiable one,that is the preven ' ti-in of cruelty to animals, ? most commendable object and one shich should receive the hearty support and cooperation of a'l good people. It will be a great ?l'leasuit* tu the Journal to help rt>romo?e in any way in our pjwer the work of this society. Wat KtTat**Dto Editor Minier our hearty c mcratulations upen the suc ?dino; his four years* manage ?-.net it of the destinies of the* Mnthewa Journal. During that neriod, Susff ?end? ed, ...

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 July 1912

'HE JOURNAL it tl ?? Pom ? cwk : t??r. '?*?.i;.\Y, iii.v HAL NEWS ITEMS |iinn-.\viu be appreciated iy Un Igins cl Sosan. irij4 relatives' in York Co. ??i? 1 ecca Borutn ?s visiting lu?a l'oniin in Noi Ilk. ISusie Taiteraon is attend summei school in Not folk. Esther Billupi of Balti | with M?SS Jaunie BillupS J. A West on ol Mt.Wash , Mil., is in the county this ;rs. R. \v . and E. C Cr V*?>11< count v, visited friei jlfes m the coun'y this Charles K. Ricbar Ison Jtjs ?is [amily in Norfolk last Nettie Hodgios ol Balti visited Miss Lessie Shawn lain and Mrs. Walter (\. ol Baltimore, are gueits at a ?>?. Stnbbs and Mr.Jno. o? Gloucest? r, \. ? i e seen m this w v magazines arriving every The Journal office. Come ike your ci. Jini Marshall of Ret.:, lv injured by falling Ironi a lone pole last week. -a:'!! Mis. Perry Williamsof " are. visiting Mrs. Dan hf'. r at C< dar Gro L, J. Prfttup will preach at i at i ; a. m. and Centi ..1 at ?. m. on Sunday next, lea ?Alice and Elle...

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 July 1912

ffiPEACMENT OF JUME ARC1BALD Thirteen Articles of Impeachment Embraced in the Charges. "Prostituted His High Office for Personal Profit" Is One Charge. OS, D. (V-SpeciaL j 4 omtuitt-M* m tin* ulett to iliat body t?i day m i Iiii-kmh Imu-ut a-f/nhiM Judge Robert *4V. \rcli l?al?l. ??I III** Comiiu-rce Court, who Is ? h.n icui i/cd ??s "?nit* whose mtaass of moral r?esponslbllii* im*. boeomt* dea?leiicd.*" Tl?< ili?m of llu* fli.-u-:'?'*?. a**Oaa***aa*tUa*a| of tliirt<*i'n articles of lui* a? Innen?. \t;iv one of Hi?* most nin proceedings witnessed in llu* House in >?*ai -. Chairman ?Clayton. ?'? '?'?' -'??*ii eiary Commit tie. made llic rc POM, the adoption of which will roca 11 tin* trial before llu* ?Senate of .indue Archbald. In llu* Indletmeut Jiuli:?* \reh buhi Is termed bj llu* ?liidiciary ?im'tu*-* as ?m?* who lias pros. ?United liis high iilli??- lor personal laTUatt ' Tin* resolution charges in tin* ?OnslOtnary form that .lu?!*:?- Areh 1k* l?l lias been ii ii i 11 :...

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