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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 8 August 1912

VIVID DESCRIPTION GIVEN ?. RICHMOND'S EVACUATION - T! -iinry, 1 I fourni SSS a law Student at the I ni? na, ba v i. as soon as m> wounds bol h ?suffi t" wal crutches. When ShyrUlan came down t?> t be uni. ? i sit) aft.r hat it .uiii> ... ;?:.. i |y m t ie \a ; by th. |ng 11 ??m m tin- ?lin ctlon hmond, and having moved back l > us i ie- enemy ad ed, 1 landed in Richmond Ib.- Mil or ?.til of March. I was homeless and penniless, an?! i in that condition do not usually have many friends. i fortunate enough, however, t?> have some, the for their kindness t<> me in those trying ?lays, ii % for in*' t<? obtain, at on? ? kind of ?- mployment t<? enable ne t.? make a living, and ?m reaching Richmond, 1 applied to my kinsman, th?? late Mr. Robert Tyler, then <?i the ? at?- Treasury, and throush bis knflu en? it' th*' 'i ?. lattry l> tmrtment with a salar*) which about/paid my board. 1 was M ?l. II tie Oi til? untton ?iiii?'. I had attended the First I'apt 1st...

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. — 8 August 1912

THE JOURNAL ISSUKI) KVKRY THUKSDAY Si.00 eta vcaa in advance W. M. WINTER EDITOR AND OWNER Obituaries of KX) ?unis printed free ? scrilvers Over U*' ??ords, five ? ? ? m*r line. Advert ??ment, Job and news copv reparcd on request Forms close Wednesday 10 a. m. THURSDAY. AUGUST 8,191?. On account of the rush of ,iews and other matter theed . tonal copy is consigned to (he waste basket for this week. This is probably con? ferring a favor upon our read? ers. At any late we are fiad to tfet out for them what we believe they will confirm us in sayinp; is an exceptionally newsy paper. County School Board Meets. The Countv School Hoard met at M*athews C. H. on Tues?.ay (or the purpose of settling: with the treasurer. The accounts of tin different districts were none over and approved. ?efore taking up the settlement at the request of Superintendent Pcrcival some matteis pertaining to the school were considered. Among the actiens taken by the Hoard was to pledge their support to the school ...

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. — 8 August 1912

THE JOURNAL Tnterrd at ti e Pew*. Office at Mat hews C. H.. Va., a? second-cl ass matter. te HIIRSDAY AUGUST 8, 1912. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS News Items for these col umuswill be appreciated ?J Mr. Sands Smith Jr. visited Norfolk last week. tMiss Olive Wolffe of Staunton. visiting in the home of Mr J. B. Hurst. Mr.Sidney Foster of Baltimore is spending some time with rela? tives in the county. New magazines arriving every day at The Journal office. Come and take your choice. Rev. L. J. Phaup will preach at Bethel u a. m. and St. Mathew >3;jo p. m. on Sunday next. Mrs. J. C. Overman and child? ren of Portrmouth, Va., ar? visit? ing the family of Mr. T. F. Brid? ges. The Sallie Thompkins Chapter U. D. C. have called a meeting for Saturday afternoon, August loth. 2t Mrs. M. J. Hoggard of Norfolk, is in the county this week as a guest of her daughter, Mrs. J, H. guest Misses Mattie Hudgins and Eva M. Armistead have letnrned frcm a trip to New York and O? h? r cities. Mr. Tyler H"dgins of th...

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. — 8 August 1912

POLICE SEARCH FOR MISSING WOMAN _ Jot-tie Riddick Answers Descrip? tion of Bon Air Woman?Had Skirt Exactly Like One Found in Woods Torn and Bloodstained KI( HMOM), TJL, Bycjiilri list* Urs and liilaglBaTM art* ln-hif* hont In N.MK'lk sj l'ie police to le-TII, ?? pttOaM"! aaaavl VV IhTO HlHMlt** ??? th?> V???Ill:'ll It IK? ?VII a? Soase Kiti?,i*i?. Wim iiisup-H-nr ???a 11*0111 lia -M.??<> Xi?*? t ?m .Inly ami ?la?, il ?** tlanijrht, ma? ,. beeil nun dir??l near Ikm i in- wuiiiHti used several ?amen, ni 1 in- |>,?li?-?.- are ??> jH'i'ii'in mu -?mu* difficulty in rimiii ., .1.10- <>r her. Thej have iii ?1 thai her iaiii<*r li??-- on .It > \vt-uut*. ami ;i I? I? gTaial i\?tl 1 r ? ?til Nurltilk this moi 11 ili?C -??in- tt? in?li?*:iu* lh.it hltl ptaugliter i*> -till alive. Thlfj imuriaftr Is to Ihe effect thai the ???hiimii was in Norfolk ma lut-- ii- Jill? I III?, and is iio?v Hving in Nevarpoii n???-. The telegram Indicates thai J?ut4c l?i?i diik ha beam ...

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. — 8 August 1912

WEEKLY SHORT STORY IHK INVIM MU K tiOII. By (?race IN? Tins, Tin? success of Mrs. Tindall's garden partas *-gj km everyone's privilege to do just as he pleased. Thereby Mr. ? f.itin'i- .was able to review, unmolest kti tin? ?nests from the vantage of! ? -hided arbor. His hands rested on his cane, his I chin upon his hands. Restlessly his keen brown ?y,s searched face "after ???e; but presently his quest seemed to end and rising abruptly, he sought his hostess. "Will you introduce me to that girl o\?r ?there*t*** he requested. Mrs. Tindall strolled with him to where \|lt;s Currin was sstnrimg lem? onade. "Isabel. Mr. Cramer is thirsty ?nlease be kind to him." she said. Isabel si retened out her hand. The old gentleman held it long enough to call a question to her eyes. 'I asked to meet >ou," he explained frankly. "You are the only one here who might succeed. 1 have Ir-sen watching them all. Will you help me?" "Details, please," murmured Isabel, smiling. She ?iked this abrupt old m...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 8 August 1912

WANTS BsfsW? We bay all kinds of Scrap Material, there is lots of it around you ooald Iv? very easily turned into man ay. Write us for prices on Copper. I?ead. Zinc, Auu> Tires. Boots and ?Shoes, Bones, ?tage, and s**e if we ?cancot lnteieet 7b> ROSM AND COMPAS! A?-4aM Brook Ave^ Richmond? Va. _HAB ?SOOPvS. ~_ ****, THB LaATKJJT PARIS FASH IN HAIR DRHSSENG. All of hair on hand or made to ?Conibings made Into switches. Poaapadours, Pufire, etc Satlsfac trasa gnaranteod. HUOKES, 209 North Third St.. Richmond, Va BUB FT OUT. erWaamWnSSR AOHB OR PAIN IS IX) iffness and soreness of ?or joins?rub in Frayser's vawaat Nerve and Bone Uniment, and t?aa pala disappears; the greatest eI3 reruns! liniment In use for mas sw? beast; try it?don't suffer?here va (rae rfgbt help; 25c bottle? at ?frogs^fot-a. Manufactured by J. W. l**n\?Y8ER & CO., Richmond, Vs. ratrnani rAimmw with boys and fdrls over 11 years of age. Transportation furnished and pay while learning. Steady and good paying w...

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. — 15 August 1912

F THE MATHEWS JOURNAL 1 *? _ - ? ?? ?- ^ VOL. IX. MATHEWSC. H.. VA^ THURSDAY, AUGUST 15. 1912 NO. 26 Just Reached Mathe it s County Joyner's GUI-A-COL A new remedy for ?Coughs, Colds, Croup, 8ore Throat, Hoarseness Asthma, Bronchitis and all Tlirooat, Chest and Lang Trouble?. Allays Irritation, reduces in? flammation and removes the cause. It helps you or ws refund your money. FRICE 2ft Cts. For Sale by all Druggists and C. H. HUDCHHS, T. D. HCDClIirS, W. 0. HUDGINS HUDSON A H?DtilXS, E. BAKER'ft CO., General Merchant?, The GUl-A-tOL Me?. Ca., fw sarga rafea FORTSMOUTH. Tl. CHESAPEAKE UNE CHSBAriBaKsl 8. & CO. New Qneeas of the Cassa ?sake on or BAi/nxon ama cm or VOHTOLX Fitted with Marconi Wireless ?atiwssa NORFOLK. OLD POUT OOMTOBT aad BALTIMORE. Daily. Including Sunday. Leave Norfolk I:16P. Ii, Old Point Comfort 7:16 P. *L. arrlrlns; Balti? more at 7:00 A. M. the following morn insT. Through tickets ea eale froao aU Old Dominica S. S. Co. landlags ta Oloueeatsr ?and Mathews ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 August 1912

JOHNSON FOR RUNNINi MATE 1 HU'AM?. ILL, S*H<*iaJ It il\ aft?*r noon ?Inn the Hull *?!>*??*? oonvetsUoa was called to order Aag. 6. .Mr. Roosevelt 1*4*41?'I I? ?41 Hi?- CO|l\4*llll<>U II.ill -??III?? ni in m?-- lat?r ?nil snss lou?ll> red. \ feature or th?? o|H?niui*i was ib.- BB?eettoa of Tempomrj Chair? man ?llereridge as permanent ?ball inaii of tin? < < tiv ? m ion. Mr. Rootsevelt's speech ?ras ???3?????r4?4l b] tin??* III the ball, ?mil although it MtM House veil day, th?* crowd was aot sa aTtrge as that of > entert la a when the nm vcmi.m l. ill it?tors were thrown open ut 11 o'clock. Outside s crowd off nuifwm |x?r aeras evident I) not holder?, off ticket?!, waited to tase Ttieotflore Roosevelt nutkc lii> ??iitry. Mon- ftubaah \*?enuc. toward th?? LVns*rcss iioi?i. others were l.atlM ltd waiting t?> sr RoOSe \?*h ami the parade, which, it was iiiiiioiiiic?-<i. would follow him to the coliseum. Before th?* conven tion was tailed to order venders...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 August 1912

CHALONER TALKS ON THE LOWE? REGIONS .^L Hell a nary thron* Upoa mm? irons His featur. ^^ i i??. ol Napoleon Bonaparte at ill. >!?? ? ol his power. In height he Is considerably taller, but yet under feet, and, regarding weight, there He Is di ?d m th.- costume off Iflchelsngelo's statue, 'The Thinker.** lb. Hall of Audience (hell) is an immens?- apartment, so bugs ss i<? be pie in.illy Imcomprehenslble t<? the mortal Ideas of architecture. it is mil miles Wide and miles high. The hall is of rubies, and ti the s:/..- of ordinary butdlng lui? ks ami ?>f tin- luster ami Ore of rubles known as "pigeon blood." in place ol mortar, binding the bricks and making a while bin-, ue have diamonds ? M ryoiir thumb nail, and of the purest water. To SOfften and enrich the t!?-r> effect off such splendor, the diamond lim- is broken every few inches bj .ral Inches off ?sapphires, as blue so the Mediterranean. The ib?or is of marble. that has th.- mar\elous quality of be in:; capable of...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 August 1912

THE JOURNAL ISSUED EVERY THUKSDAY. ?1.00 NSyiMINAOVftNCl W. M. WINTER EDITOR AND OWNER Obituarie?, of 100 words printed free X>r ?ub??criberv Over 100 woids. five ents per ?inc. Advertisment, Job and news copv repared on request. Forms close Wednesday 10 a. m. THUKSDAY, AUGUST 15,191? Among the many characteris terics of GovernorWilson's speech .of acceptance worthy of sincere commendation its clearness of vis? ion impresses us as most notable. A sufficiently sane view of all pub? lic questions is essential to the real usefulness of anv public man and Mr, Wiison seems to have this desirable faculty well devel? oped. In this speech so simplv and clearly and vet elegantly express? ed as to b? classical he reassures all honest bus:ness at the same time pledge to the masses relief from the exhorbitaot cost of liv? ing brought about to a large ex? tent by cotrupt monopolies. Of the tariff, that most impor? tant of all i'suts, to whose pres? ent and past high protective rates we owe th...

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. — 15 August 1912

THE JOURNAL Entered at tie Post Office at Mathews C II.. Vs.. si* ?ecood-class matter. THURSDAY AUGUST 15. 1912. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS News items for these col? umns will be appreciated ? Mr. Ernest Browne arrived in the County Fridav. Raymond Rend ill is quite sick : I his home on East River. Mr. Boyd Williams of Norfolk, is visiting relatives at Hudgins. Miss Alice Horum is visiting Mr?. Austinia Borum in Norfolk. Mr. Weems Craig of Texas, is spending, some ?time at "Beech land." Miss Ray ?Po***??11 is spending her vacation with her parents at Susan. Mrs. George Cramer left Fri? day for a trip to Norfolk and Bal? timore. Miss Sut C. BilluDS of "Green Mansion.J' has gone to Mountain Lake Park. Messrs. F. A. and W. L. Shield of Exmore, Va., visited tne coun? ty this week. Miss Jessie Kellum of Morrison surnt the past week with Mrs. W^rank Miller. -^ Mrs. Walter G. Lane of Balti? more, is visiting Capt. and Mrs. William Kirwan. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Burton of Richmond, are with Captain and Mrs...

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. — 15 August 1912

HUNDREDS GREET MOOSE LEASERS Frctfjressive Party Called to Order at 12:47 o'Clock?Parade With Banners and Music Precedes Opening Ceremonies?Wo? men Are Prominent. IIIH'M.P. Il U S|M?i;i!. The ".lava??-? ??mention ??US calt'ld la? order at 12:47 I*. M. a'\ UM.I. ?t "II I r\<;o. ILL* Sp-ecinl. ? Woninn Wok n |?rt?iiiin<??it part in n na. tfonal contention f??r the first tima? in ilit? 11 i?t ? > ? > <?l American |H?lilia-?-. ?Uta? hundred strain-;, they latl frtmi tli?' Oiiii?ress Hotel tat tlit? ?Coliseum, and when ilia- doors were ?*p<?n??.l at II o'clock tlif.v marched tlirauigh llio main en? trance, over which was hull??; ilia? I of a majestic liull moose, the eniltlem of the now party. Tha? paiawJS starte?! Iroin tit?? Ari Institute t?ver an hour I ?clore tha? time ?:i i'??r tin? opening of I be eoii\?-iiti??ii. Ivehiiul a bend, with pennants fluttering ;m?l with man) oricr*? of tha* ?ails?? of the suf? fragettes mar-chin:-', they walked Iva'hiital the automobil...

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. — 15 August 1912

WEEKLY SHORT STORY * \ ?MIL A HS HKIPF. By Donald Mien. They v-ajd 0f Mildred Drew that she was ? frivolous girl, and now that she WM? M good as engaged to Stephen HasJetOa tliey continued to say the same old thing. Tiiey did add. how ex er, that Stephen, being thr older and being a conservan, man, would steady her down. It's nothing against a girl that shv is frivolous, it simply means that she refuses to worry about ?fee things that her mother does; that she doesn't want to tie herself up too soon; that she is falling in love with g mw chap every week or two to study the male :'. she is romantic by nature, and refuses to take the world as ser? iously as otli Whether folks liked it or not. Miss -Mildred went right on being fiivoious. thought a great deal of Stephen Hazel ton, but When he started out to lecture her on frivolity she always tossed her head and replied that t were plenty of other good men in the world, and that at exactly 10 o'clock the next forenoon she would be found...

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. — 15 August 1912

WANTS mmmmX We buy all ktote of Scrap Material. Perhaps there Is lots of it around you that ?could be very easily turned into sash rn?oiiey. Write us for prices on Brass*. ?Copper, Lead, Zinc, Auto Tires, ?knbber Boots and Shoes, Bones, Rags, emx. and see if we ?canr-ot inteieet fen. L. ROSE AND COMPANY ?irs-424 Brook Are., Ricivnond, Va. HAIR ?GOODS. ?dab TUB I^TBST PARIS FASH *X**NS IN HAIR DELhBaiNQ. All tune's of hair on hand or made to order. ?Combings made Into switches, Pompadours, Puffs, etc Satisfac? tion guaranteed. Hl'QHHS, 209 K<rrirh Third ?8L. Richmond. Va. BUB IT OUT. WHJBmtKWR ACHE OR PAIN IS LO ssrlinil a I iff? uns and soreness of as?salas ?or joins*?rub in Frayser'a ?a>reat Nerve and Bone Uniment, and ?tha pain ?disappears; the greatest sU ro-tmd Uniment te ose for man ans) baast; try it?don't suffer?here is the right help: 26c botUen at ?rnggisu. MsTrofactuTed by J. W. FRAYBER ft ?CO., RlcJtoond, Va. WJiLN"Tl*!*I).---FA*vniiIES WITH BOYS and girls over 13 r...

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. — 22 August 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. IX. MATHEWS C. H.. VA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1912 NO. 27 j .lu**t Reached Matheus County \ , ;; Joyners |? I GVl-A-COL | || A new icmedy for Coughs, Colds, o , 0 Croon, Sore Throat, Hoarseness 4>\ <? Asthma. ISronclutis and all o| <? Throoat, (best and Lung Ot a. I roubles. J| <? :rritation, reduces In- o ^ Dsmmation and removes the <? < ? cause. 4 ? *?> It helps you or we refund your o 4k money. *[ PRICE K Cto. o ^ For Suie bv all Druggists O o and o o r. n. iiriK.iN o <l T. 1>. llCDdNS, ? o ?. o. iiiD(;i>s O HUDSON ft 111 Dt.INS, o o B. BAKER ?V CO, j? o t.'eueral Merchants, o o TkeGUl-A-COL Med. Co., ] ? < ? Incorporated i > f PORTSMOUTH, TA. t ??????????????????o????????????? CHESAPEAKE UNE fHK??APEARE S. S. CO. New Queens of the Chesapeake CITY OF BALTIMORE snd CITY OF NORFOLK rilled \% it II Marconi ?irclc*? Between NORFOLK, OLD TOINT COMFORT and BALTIMORE. Dally, Including Sunday. Leave Norfolk 6:16 P. M., Old Point...

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. — 22 August 1912

EXttTlN? H?HT ABOARD OLYMPIC Bow Over I.ame of i'ard?. suahnsal in Kit M$fni \boiird Ocean liner. I -? r Made Serious ('han-rs. M H \01.K. n-?fissl It vv.i SU excited anil gui-rulotis (JSTOSTSj of p ? - that poured down tin? gangplank when ilu? White smr liner Olympic arrived lien* Thursday, one ?lay lut?-. They were still ili-.iiix-.iii!*; nn ??M-itini? SSHtlc oxer B card iranie that ... inrcd when three da*.?. inn of Gee?nstown. it ?arose out of ?**harges that otae of Um first enhin pa-- ruKcrs wa- a prufgu -muai gambler. II. C. Xhler. an Xincriean now rf* Id I 111 In l*ari-. hail Imm-i? in ? Vtted to lake a hand at poker with T. I.. Curtis, an Oregon huii ber dealer, ami several of t'urti-" friend-. Xhler lost considera hie inimiv and later lu? aras rejK7*rt ?il to ha\e -aid |h;*x ?'*.??*?;-. who bad hcen *.\,> hcuvic-t winner, wa- ***S6? on tlu* -?piare" a- a i*oki*-*r player. ^-*r'Tt*ls rc|H?rt reached t'urti- and lie -tarted in -eareli of Vider, whom In? found in tlu* saloo...

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. — 22 August 1912

FINIS DAUGHTER HE THOUGHT LOST FAT1II K lillis 111 It t;<> HACK TO FOtiTKB PARENTS Wl? VAIN? LY RUSHES INTO llll ->l \. mkki'H \\ tvillk. N. j. Spatial 1 ranz Kunk. ..f ?Doylestown, l'a. haa been camping at Yownaend's Inlet, Bear hare. Ha was preparing dinner When two assail kIHh walked along .... li. Funk gaaed at the smaller of the two. a girl .o three, ami cried: ? thy' Dorothy! Don't you know n For an Instant the child Ins Tlon. with a scream of j? ish e?l mt?> Funks arms, crying. "Papa! j i !" As Funk embraced the child he told I. How-camp? is that she and her mother had disappear? d from their bom?' <>n December Itth last. "I have si'po learned that my wife had died," he added. Then Dorothy told her father she had been picked up in a (atilden Street one cold night. For a time the Camden police adopted her. They, called her "Little Mary" and gave her a beautiful Christmas tree. Then cams a Iferchantvllle family who wanted to adopt "Little .Mary" and she was tu...

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. — 22 August 1912

THE JOURNAL /SSUED.EVERY THURSDAY. ?iX)o *?is vean in advancs W. 1W. WIINTER EDITOR AND OWNER Obituaries of 10O words printed free or subscribers. Over iihi words, nee ents per line. Advertisment, Job and news copv repnred on request. Forms close Wednesday 10 a. as. .THURSDAY, AUGUST 22. i'l? In order to perform creditably" oar dulits of citi/.enship we n>ust vote as our conscience.rlicti/tes af? ter gaining ail the information possible concernir? the questions ail issue or the candidates to be voted for. In the election to be held on Saturday to select a Democratic ?nominee for Congress from the Pirst District very important con? siderations demand that our bal Jots be cast for Hon. Williams A, Jon*iS. Having served this people faith filly and well in a Republican ?Congress it is but fair to Rive him *a chance to show his prowes un? der a friendly administration. As the oldest member in the point of service, hi*! prestige iu the House will be greater than that of anv new man aru...

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. — 22 August 1912

THE JOURNAL Fntered at tic Poa* Office at Mathews C H . V.?.. .--, ?ecood-clat -, matter. Hl'KSDAY. AIICUST 22. 1"2. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS News items for !? ! unins wi.'l be appi Mr. J, V, Hudgins is spending ?onie time in the county. JJ|\.is- Ethel We?ton of Norfolk, visited Mrs. Daniel Le?ler last week. Kan Kansone left Thurs? day lor a week's stay at Ocean V:e\v. Mrs. Floyd Harris of Sn-rrey county, is visiting Mrs. Chas. II. Digys. Mis* Peterson of Portsmouth,is r?ie must of Captain and Mrs. W. m? Davis. Mr. Leon Cramer of Rocky M t. N. C, is spending his vacation in the county. Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Bonday of Baltimore, are visiting Mr. C. C. Thomas at Susan. Revival services wul begin at Ilollv Grove Christian church on Sun.lav night next. " ?-. Rev. L. j. Phaup preaches at ?P Matthew Sunday lia. m, and ethel at 3.30 p, m. Rev. and Mrs.George W.Wray of Annapolis.Md.are gue-sts ofDr. and Mrs. A. G. Vaden, New magazines arriving every day at The Journal office. Come and take your choice...

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. — 22 August 1912

SA\S PSLOMAN i MM HER DRUNK MAUV ?(?M.KUM M \t;iS TRATK COHIil? I V! I?\ TllOI.MAN ?tFl> HI It. NEW YORK. flairai.-?if th* story Mary OtKKguV^ pretty i^^^^^^^^^^^^Hit e In tlu- V\ of Intoxica be D policeman In N< .1 much om Frtday through ths In? ability of i brother officer t?> locate kirn. The t-irl charm-d that tlu- po? liceman, whose name sha.- ?lui ri?'t know, took her into a saloon. ?*?>' -??1 then attacked her. She harneo after Msalstrate Cor a had ?been Informed that a po o.-ui \vh.< answers tlu- description the Kirl gave of the man she blamed r plight, whs not t.? be fourni. Th?? girl tolo Magistrate Corrigan her story Friday moraing. The Muff much stock In it that ?e until ;i ft? moon rder that an effort might !?? made the suspe?led policeman in eour?. The irirl was arrest-.I b> Irolman McKiever, ?>f th.- West Thlrty sevt?nth Street station, win? said he ring along in the ?lity .?f thirty-eighth Street ano Ninth Avenue at an early hour yester ala> n...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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