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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 12 September 1912

?-*?*-.?I WEEKLY SHORT ST6RY I TOM'S MOTH Kit latUg Fernster. "Why didn't lu? ?-?um- himself?"' Mrs. Kllis pu'?ker?-d h?-r lips at th?' ?challeiiue iu the girl'? tone. Sin ?smoothed oui bar glovee ?on on? 9 and sin led a doubtful, wistful little smile. -II?' didn't think you'd ?-v.-r want to s?-.* ala* ai-ain." ?11 didn't?for a moment." Th?? t?-ars llakeied on tin? lonir. ?lark lashes be? fore Ina could stop them. She stoo<l opea ?indow, looking oat at th? pretty garden anad tin* old ?u? inaii ??at at th? turn of tin* walk win-to Tota liad first, told her ?lu lovad h?r tin* beat in th? world. She thought of that night fur a motm-tit. until th? nu'mory of th? morning's lo-vvs swept it out o? lu-r conscious? ness. Th?* headline? faced bar still. Tom's name in wide latter?, then the whole Hat truth of how lie had taken fiunis intrusted to him and used them to speculate with. It had added that he was ?ngagad to on? of the prettiest ?4r*hi in Harbor view ami n?ed?d money to keep op lu...

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. — 12 September 1912

THav. JOURNAL I*-*.**sT'F.?> EVKKY THIKSPAY. ?1.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE W. NI. WINTER EDITOR AND OWNER Obituaries of 1* ' ?ntoa! free f?r suti????*rib.*r?. H <?:' MM wonU, tnc cents per lit;?* A'.vertisment. Job and news copy rcp.ireal en rcpie-t. Konus cY.'.e Weal n.?;-..*. ,iy 1<> _. a?. ratTRSDAT, sfptemrkki:, i??i.\ Wf. very cheerfully surrender our editorial space this week to t h e following communication from Mrs. Nellie Shacklcford Smith. This arPcle shonM b^ of special interest to the Lidies of ihe Civic League and the citizens who plcd'cd moneyt? the build? (Oft fo-idf ol the N. a thews High School. Mav they read it with attention and profit by its spirit, .10 THE CIVIC LEAGUE OF MATHEWS, Knowing that I w resign from the M at hews Hijch School -it the (lose of the ?session 1912-13 ? made several ineffectual at? tempts t<? ?et a quorum of the league together during the dread? ful Wi.iter and nlsoin the Spring prior '0 ihe July excursion and failing to do this,...

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. — 12 September 1912

THE JOURNAL ??ered at ti e Pom Office ?t Mat hevr s mm ??.?? ??.?ml-cla.?-?, matter. Htf/iSDAY SBPTCMDBR 12.1**12. i-IKAL NEWS ITEMS News item? f,*r t!*.?-.?? c I uiui'swill be appreciated E. Hake Jr. is in the Mr. P. H. Muir visit*-?! Norfolk ist week Mrs. Bessie ?Leach is at Hotel lath ws. Mrs. L. M. Caitis visited Baltic ore recently. Captain H. M. Forrest is re orted quite sick. C, A. Owens was in Haiti last week un business. Miss Lois Bohannon of Norfolk, visiting Miss Olivia Fleet. Mr. Henrv James is visit i ir**-; his ather. Captain A.ex. James. Miss Pearl Hurst is visiting liss Marv Kibler in Washington, C. Mr. Ben Smith of Norfolk, is he guest of Dr. and Mrs. C. C ifMte. ?)ffrs. Willie Stnbbs of Glouces er, is the guest of Mrs. L. C. Harriett. Mr. George Blassinghau* Jr. pent several days in ?' ast week. Mm I.-t- ??? Di il <1 ii ?? Church, Va. iss Margery Pool of New York IS guest of her sister, Mrs. Iger Lilly. Mr. Harry Cramer of Crewe, Va..\is expected to visit the co...

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. — 12 September 1912

AM PLEASURE'PARK SWEPT BY $2,500,000 BLAZE '. F. Locke, Casino Restaurant K-tsapor, Known to Have Per? ished?Frazier Pier Destroy? ed, but Subsequent Shifting of Wind ?Saves Venice. KAX/rARK. CAL.? Special. >yffiH-ii swi m Park, ? -Ue-fn d to \ en ice, i<^^H about Hie deal h ?*a*a?-y??sn?i i- heBee?d to liav?? killed MOVyf -. mid vvhb h mated at $2. ujr .*- put under eontr-ol /M? llames swept the fanions Uiii-li pli-usure destroy ih<? lYaxfc-r mer. They were bni - Hirioiislv to? wn- MOtlier of tin- I o \\ hen ? tin* wind saved the plaee. Vi daylight tod?) liremen. with Hue?, o-f host* extemlin*?; to the ?MVUli. were pumping ?vatcr on U?? snioiilderin-j: ruins. It was -UfttOd that it would take at least twent *.-?'our hours to extin? guish Hi?- ?lame??. On? hundred and fifty pollee and militiamen stood on sentry duty about the burned district wat? hiiifc lot Hie lire break out ?gatn. A tnreese toward?? tin? m leastned tin* dancer o? a further outburst of the flame?. In the p...

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. — 12 September 1912

?Wilson Yarns workingmen against progressive party Would Make It Hard for Em? ployes to Resist Without Strik? ing Against Authority of the Federal Government?Must Be Accepted as Inevitable. BUFFALO, >. V.? Special.? t.??-.?-mor w sasaa turned ids big guns on t'ulonel Koosevclt in it ?.|i<*celi which In? delivere?! to an eiithii-ia-tic IjiIk-i- Day throng of nuiiiy tboii-siii?l> al I Ira un?. Park. I he Uciiiim-ralle candidate for the presidency was cheered from th?* moment he arrived and the hearty greeting he received reach? ed its climax at the park. Analyzing the Progressive plat? form o? Colonel Roosevelt, the (.?iM-niiir said. ?'There is this very singular fea? ture alioiit the platform of the new part]!?it has two sides and two tone-. It s|H-aks warm sympathy with practically .very project of social betternsenl to win? h men and women of broad s,vui|?nthic-. are now turning witli g?*ncroiis piirfKi>-t?, ami on that sitie it is re? freshing to read, it may Im* iu tc...

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. — 12 September 1912

TH IRSlI??s ?T. F. Locke, Casino Ktaper, Known to H ^^-^ttked-Frazier Pier D MJ? i^^but Subsequent Shiterial. *Hti-?*?*^L id'Saves Venitd you ???kat oosiW J-- into 1*** "r-^P. /\KK. i YL.? Sn' ? ?J-H^liiYli swept Ocean a-re?. ?t"nWw?r *fliT-?*?iijd to destroy \?-np-s. ????. ?n?l leF*-^?'??' the death of out ?!*lle\ed It? ha\t? killet' I*. ROtsag' "*? '|l,<* vthitii ?.luv it? jftflt **fcaiTdr l'?-*?*? ?-stinuitftl at *.. **mSas put under ?.-< ***** wept the _ Jasiiro resort*"""* aU> THB -Ll;,.., r i.jer-tfiS FASB S IN *n%H*ir w.-iyafiBINO. All "uada of tafafr??*. .im?d ?r mad? to otdsx. Cambi?''*' '? :?e into switches, Pompa-oours, ?' *x,iia, etc Satisfac? tion ?s-aamnC^'i. HU-GITES, 209 ?oTth TkirtlrV. ?? -Ett-tto-mond. V.V RUB KT OUT. "?-??5RHV?H ACHE OR PAIN IS laO tated?sktfneas and soreness of ?ruseles or J?taCa?rub in Fray?er'8 Srsst Nervej and Bon? Liniment, and sfcs pain -ABsppears; the greatest ?A round, liniment In use for maa sad beas?; try it?don't suffer?her? la...

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. — 19 September 1912

TH? MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. IX. MATHEWaC. H.. VA?, THUi^DAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1912 NO. 31 Joyner's ?I GUl-A-COL ? I A new remedy for Coughs, Colds, j ! *"roup, Sore Throat, Hoarseness o Asthma, Bronchitis and all ? I I hroont. Chest and Lnng < > Troubles. (? Allay? irritation, reduces la y 'lamination and removes the i ? cause. j I It helps you or we refund your ! j money. o PRICE 26 Oan. < | For Sale bv all Druggists o and n C. H. Ill'DGlNS, y. T. D. IUT>GI>S, o W. 0. IUPGISS <? HIDSON A 1UTM.1NS, Il K. BAKER & n>? <? General Merchants O George .1. Mffl j[ The GVs-A-LOL Mei. Co., y Incorporated X PORTS ?(KITH, TA. ?4?HK ?????> ?S>^ ??^?^????????IM CHESAPEAKE LINE CHT3SAPEAKE S. S. CO. New Queens of the Chesapeake CITY OF BALTIMORE and CITY OP 5ORF0LK Fitted ????til Marconi ?irel? Bfjti"we?ffn NORFOLK, OLD T01NT COMFOR and BALTIMORE. Dally, Including Sunday. Leave Norfolk 6:16 P. M., Old Poli Comfort 7:16 P. M., arriving Bait ?ore at 7:00 A. M. the follow...

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. — 19 September 1912

AMtKIlA ?MA15 IU Nlllil Uli SUPREMACY OF AMITH FRANCE i im *???*.*. ni.. **t|iri*!in.?rrer feet iljinsr ?rondit ion?? M?ni?hi? irreet ???I iiu? m? ;i\?,iiri> read] to ??m t?-?i in tin? < .?ir?|tiii-l*t-iiiit-(l < up rn? ?? ?>v?t the clearing umiiv. The ?i.'iv vvn-a I n-iii tat anil warm, an?l iiu?? i miad. At daylight tin- aviator?? were ai ili?> hanajarr* ??iih ilu-ir m? rliaisVt*. vvinkim; over the mn ?hiiH?-. thai ???-i?- i?> be sent away in an ?nun t?i mm in-?? ~|i?'?'?i ii' ?tir?lv. only i???' nation?? are leffl in tlu r?n ??-Xini'iit-a and Iran???. The Irani- i?--ii-,--?-iii in?? lati*. laad, Switaverland, Holland und Beliriuiii, ??i-iuinaii? entered In ill?? nt< ?- have i>??'n withdrawn. Xiiicii. a'- ?hamos for ?tinning the ? t'i?ti*-i ??ti-?- greatly le-incii-ed ?? hen iiu- \iiit-iitaii defender, >|i? ? iallv built b? a C*lik*ago syndi? cate :u a ? ?i?i of S1.\.ooo. \i;is vviiiuirav? ii because iiu- contest ? ?inimiii? ?' ?>r the toro Club ?if \...

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. — 19 September 1912

WEEKLY SHORT STORY tin: nun m o nu: ic By Fcrincz lierez?'**:. Istvau Sarkany bad arrived at til? watering-piace of Kiralyfurdo by :b< early train. 11?' slept Ihre? hours till lunch-time, then rO .1. He ?nit on a blttS Shirt am over it ni--? srhite summer things?no that the weather e*aa actually wann hm he kt.'-?\ that Ute white ?oat s< in a manner pleas lag to ninine eyes. ?This -un bur--. wa s;.c<iuired systematically ev inun? r in tlie baths of linda .Now. be Intended to sarprli fianc?e, and meat people, by un expected,*** Joining them at lunch. The thought ot" the meeting mad? Sarkany very glad, ?or he love?! In: betrothed with all his heurt. > a Uta? frightened of her. because hi did not know what ho should say i sin- happened to Inquire whether h< had taken his dOf air last meeting he bad prom ised the girl on his word of bono that when lM'Xt she saw him it vvuuli b.- as a duly quailhed doctor of niedi eine. Many thmggs bad come in tin? way however? th'pu.tfi pr...

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. — 19 September 1912

tURRDAY ? 1.00 PI?* VF 4.H IN ADVANCE W. iV!. MMTER EOITOM AND OWNER uor?is print?ed free ? i ivei I . J< b ami new.-? c<?pv r spared on rcqtr-est. ? ? lay 10 a. in. THTTRSI) W. SKPTKMBKR19, 1*3 VVii printed with a good deal of j ?? f k a ?: omtnuni* Mi 5. G. Miller com* menting upon the con lit ion o* We note with inci - ore t.? .i\ Oi hers ..t e wak ! f si tiding in s \\ hich appear this \. ? ek. to ha ti ?Un..us of \. I joui nal ?or the ? Our fri need not fear that v Lave given up tl ' ? >r go d i ? ads. We shall j, r.e* fighl ? y i, ch we believi ? ratl l. ? V I ?I1?" iients ? . . .?? I sign i Coxi RiBUTj now Id the \\ Marshall ( ?n K u n d j ! ? ??!: ct the people's ca 1 ' r Mai iews Journal, ar Sir:?In reply to Mr. S. G. Miller's article ol last week in gard to working of the roads in tee District, he says he ver saw a road machine i.i this district. I will say that if Mr. Miller had driven down anywhere from Port Kaywood to New Point or from Pat Haywood t?) Mr. .^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. — 19 September 1912

/ THE_ JOURNAL ?H, sp< 4P I* V*-- a 'coiiil-v;.. mal KAY SKPTKM1.KR I LOCAL NEWS ITEMS 1 News ?lein-, for theae col uiii.i-? vv ill be appreciated r. Travis Phaup is i ?J (ever. ^k ffcrW* M.^fctt ,,IL- 1-, _-? .......i- ^ ? Mi ?re *=-??d h. wil la? so Co r. Travis Phaup is ill with Iy? er visited oik last week ??Florence Miles is visiting ids in Newpott N? ? iss Louise Leffler is in Balti e this week visiting her ancle. V r. Luther Sleet of Norfolk. | thi ed Mr. C. 11. Hudgins re ly. iss Nan Ransome has return - i ;i three vv eek's sta | Sa Mi C. W ? w **w da i wil wli thi T1H Ch cor enl dm 1 it mo Ir. and Mrs. W. B. DiggS and s Fuller returned to BaUim Friday. - hilen and Susie \Y is are spending the week in timor?. Ir, E. K- Bohannon of Nor ;.spent some time in the coun a$t week. I 1 Aryr Charlie Healy left n ^to atteir' William ano '-?ue. iiss Adele Ransome left for folk on Saturdav where she ?vil id the Winter, I jec liss Allie i'illups left Saturdav , rfolk after spending 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. — 19 September 1912

bu? w. g?bsin. lawyer, arbested ti ON CHARGE OF MURREIINO COUNTESS - i lereupon Detective Takes Ac used Into Custody?Prisoner Declares He Will Not Resort to Technicalities, Offer Ex? cuses or Fight for Delays. M ? ?ORV.? Special.? Altor ey Burton \V. ?..??-?is vv.i- arre-1 I-. ?iflit'.-. ."?? l.ilM'i'i.v Siri-?'t. hIm) ?>n a M t liant charging htm ?<? murder ??f "C'luuut ???nititt --" lost Imt llf<* "bile Bnatlaaj wtth tl?<* attorney, er rmnwl. on t.i?'?,n?v<io?l I.?ik?', I'm?' county, In ?inly. ??arraiil ?lia r****; -g nuinli'r. i--iii'?l b) County .luil:-?' . C. Royee at Middleto??ii lau* ?st?'i?lay, foMovviti- the presenta mi ?if ?'V itie;it i- li> lli-ul? I \iior [?> TTaninan C. it< ge**?*, whieh tin ?iirt belie? ?al showed ? strung i-M- ul' murder In the first degree. Gibson liad Ih'?*m writing in Ids fit?' an hoar. lie bad an ap liiitnieiit ?vilh a ?lient ami was i-t about ??? leave t?> attend to ds Urban the deputj and dctec irrjivi'd. Detective lb?...

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. — 19 September 1912

3AM Of EMPLOYEE Mi?? Kelly**? c'arc*c*r. Nan.?- ?ii .U?K?iuliiiM-il\ VK?'-'.* In g<?\ eminent ?? i?, no fifteen )<iii?. in?j lia\i? Ktuliiitl Atl??rn?> GUbert Polioc'k ami il?<lare that Inusjnueh a-. tli??ir ?'?inn-, are all oser ioi,ir???ii ?car? of age, no l?l??ii) ha- h?-?'ii < ???iiinitl. ?I. hut that Ilu?, are *;iillt.v ??I nii?.?le iix-auors only anil arc* merely ?.abject to .??ll-iht fin???? ami a !???-? slide* repriiiiaml from the? p??licc? Justice. Two ot the thrrn? naeia ii?i\t 1..-I?.. ill?- .Mint o? l'i?-n!?iii lait in mi i. m yajMH u sear, at thai lim?- tin- In-lu-t -alar.? ? \? i Uruwu by ti winiian gu\eriiu??.it employe. Iiissxaaenum aiimnnno?i so Ma? j??r Kollert i alian. t'??.i-i Ai tiller* C ?i||i?. *?. \MII\i.lO\. 1). ('? SpcHlal. I ?a n c upnl, man 01 tin- world. ItSaS l'iililM il l n? a? *>.ini ?il ?>ui> i..] i lii?? mo>t \uliictl <iiiph>.\e-. Mi?? [*Baargarel \ al?min?- Kelt"?. \??-i-i ant i>m? t?.r of Hi?- Mini, win? has Hi?...

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. — 19 September 1912

?A It 1?3 StvOOND HJbM> BA<;s ?jsd l<v.rlu|?> Wanted. Write for rri?es. ?>XI> RV<; <<?.. Inc., Richsaond, Va, Mt It? BUY AND |HMty or lift mortgages at i^^Bcb* Urekm. For each HkSred yovi rsay $7.50 per ME? yearly, plus & per cent. i^^^^Kes. The average year ri. including Inter HR^Hk). Iiook into tliis offer POcVUKR. 612 Mutual HBtkhd. We bur *H khitjs of Scrap Material, ?rhaye tbona is lots of It around you ist cowld be very easily turned into ?iah money. Write us for prions on ?iasa <Joppe?r, Load, Zinc, Auto Tires, ?abber Boots ?and Shoe?, Bones, Rags, ?., and see if w? ?cannot Jnteiest S?S. h. ROSE AMD COMPANY it-42? Brook Ave., Richmond, Vs. HalsfB OOOIrS._ ?HJI LATEST PARIS FASH .0 IN HAIR DRaSS-EVQ. All suault ost hsstr on hand or made to ?rde?*. ?aomtrtngs made into switches. Pt?wrjUeWioure, Puffs, etc. Satlsfac ?oa guaranteed. HL'GHHS, 209 rth Third St.. Rlohmond, Va. BUB IT ?JUT. <HSSEVK& ACHE OR PAIN IS LO ?atad?suffi) esa and sore...

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. — 26 September 1912

THE MATHEWS- JOURNAL m " ' ' ' " ? . - ?? ? ?- * '" ? m VOL. IX MATHEWS C H.. V/l, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 1912 NO. 32 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite ?t.? need anything la this lin? get our prie? before placing order abl?s as to tarn out tb? b'.gn?st class work at uioet reasonable prices. We pay freight and give peraooal atten? tion to placing work In eem* t.-ry *'? respectfully Invite you to call and Inspect our large ?took or flnlehed ?M? Mub In Korfcvk. If unakle to sail write us for catalogue LAWSON & NEWTON llth Street an? William At? NORFOLK, va. On Ptns Beach Car Line. Phone 8788. Pa ar? doing the kar %**i business ka Tidewater Vir? al?'.?. The latest is ?roTod ma ? blMfj with wl.vn onr plant fei ?quipped en Clark Sash & Door Corporation FRANK T. CLARK, President. Manufacturers, Jobbers and Dealers in SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, BUILDER'S HARDWARE, PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS, PAD?T8, OILS AND VARNISHES, PORCH COLUMNS AND STAIR WORK, NORFOLK VA. No Money in A...

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. — 26 September 1912

HUNT MURDERER OF RURAL CARRIER MAN Wilt? STVTKP TH XT IM YKAitMni ixn; situ c\i;iik I m>i:k SUSPICION. ADDIPOX. PA.? Special >?u-rifi ?'harles K. Hoehard, ol iSomerset. and th? r w ith poll? e .ill ?>\ er 1 hl? Seel' mi :i hn \V. >:. i; . In i the murder d' Rural Car i lirown. who w . Satur Bloodh to the r. Awley, i ti ? Tin ? ftl<-< Ined clothes i- iv\< Iver with ? laus : 1 ? asy ' LiEKl> . \MKKir \Nn DK1VK rl 11 lilt IM.Ulis INTO AiilZOXA WASHINGTON, eral la ru ? >;r t" .V in nd en the ownen islon of the 1 ent ? ted Coi Morelos report ind ward Hay ,<>?ir. an ? i y. i ?tb. r went from ?? >rt? d they a clothing and evl They judged that been killed or is ? pa to in I by th? Th? ial th? l i it h ; - vici: s \ > s "\.c T<? WIM Ml . : O >\ M.lv HOME NEW YORK. S ? \v i ? ? ul i: i ht. Sha v ? ti i <.r ? ? l- ? ck? 11. ?k< ? a t i? ? * i wli his < im? i -i ?taw, a nd then i ti.i, around ? > ? t rain for home. Some ? I 'era ouldn'l e...

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. — 26 September 1912

WEEKLY SHORT STORY ii m: ii i hi ii sin ok. By T. S. Strihling. Cranleigh Hume swung himself into' th?> Manayunk car, thrust his thumb and forefinger into his waistcoat pock? et arter the small change he usually ksfjt there, and found nothing. '"iluiTup'" growled the conductor. glancing uz the waiting line behind the trim young fellow. Th?- hoy's lin? gers rummaged nervously through other pockets. si: tried the blueeoat, "trying to beat your way for a ten blocks!" He jerked the bell violently lor a stop. "I have nothing but this bill." Hume thrust into an inside pocket and drew forth a |? Unote. The car came to a grumbling stop. The conductor was angry. "'.No, you don't. You know 1 cant ehnn] double X. Don't have to. Cet off." The young Call?n hesitated, a Hush Crept up his face into his closely clip? ped hair. Two or three passengers wer,., smiling at his dilemma, lit; turned on his heel and stepped into tiie night At the tail at a. tat, white haired, re-faced old gentleman step...

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. — 26 September 1912

THE JOURNAL issued ?;vi:kv thuksday. S'.OO PKB Y?AI* IN ?DVANCI W, M. WINTER EDITOR AND CWNEB Obltaarlas of 100 words printed fr^*: MCribers, Over 1?'!> words, five .<??. its per line. Ai'vcrtisrncnt. Jtrr> ami news copv ireil on request? ? ms close Vedn?e4ajr 10 a. m. .- __^. j- ?? '??? THURSDAY,8?PTEMBBR ?, 11>1?. MR. STUBBS ON THE FAIR. The Annual Fair will be held on October i6tl\ 17th. and 18th. We have invited the fraternal 01 ganization? to come en October l6th and parade in full uniforms on our grounds and the organiza? tions to select a soeaker, who will deliver an address on !'Fra ternitv." I. O. O. Fellows have four Iod?es, the Improved Order of Red Men have two lodges, Ju? nior Order American Mechanics one lodge and Royal Arcanum one lodge in Math^ws county, with a total membership, perhaps of over five hundred. While we cculd not afford to give them free tickets; vet we do .want the organizations 10 have free use of our grounds to parade and at 11*30 a. m. t...

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. — 26 September 1912

THE JOURNAL Entered at tic Past Office at Mathews C. H.. Va., a? seeood-class matter. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26.1912. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS News items for these col? umns will be appreciated Mrs. Hland of Essex county, is a guest at Hotel Mathews Mr. Gus Morgan of Norfolk, was seen in town recently. Miss Marion Weston is visiting friends in Norfolk this week. Mrs. A. M. Marchant is visiting Mrs. Mary Davis at Starmont. Miss Eva Wright has arrived to take charge of the Cattail Branch School. Miss Alice Healv left recently to take charge of a school at Mor? rison, Va. Messrs. Hargrove of Washing? ton, D. C, are guests of Nir. and Mrs. H. M. Payne. Mr. Rodger Williams of Nor? folk, visited friends and relatives in the county last week. Mrs. Virginius Machen who has been quite ill at her home in Mobjack is slowly improving. Mr. R. L. Sears is at home for a few days before resuming his trip f jr the Burton, Price Co. Miss Bessie Gwathmev passed through town the other dav en rouie to her home 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. — 26 September 1912

THE JOURNAL, iss'.k?) ?.v;:ky THURSDAY. ??.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE W, M. WINTER EDITOR andcvvner Obituaries of 100 words printed fr^t (? subacribera, over }oi> words, .<??. it^ per line. Advertisment, Joo and news copy reparad on request. :ms close Wednesday 10 a. m. THURSDAY,SEPTEMBER 2(>. l')i: MR. STU3SS ON THE FAIR. The Annual Fair will be held ^o Ortnbnr loth. 17th. and iSth. falls, both young meii appealed to be in good health. 'It if penitcntiar) wagOB was waiting. Walking between their guard'-, the two young mountain ccis were extorted t?> tin- wagon, 'liny took tiieir s?'ai> without ap? parent objection. Several guarda ?at i>???il?- (In in. The ?ti i ut- M.is signaled and tin" \ia-Mui drove off. t?xcept for the handcuffs thai Shackled them together, no one Mould have suspected that the turo weil-dre?ed young men were prospci um' com iris. Tlir.v wire laughing and chat? ting pleasantly as tiny walked through the station. keeping done together so that the cha...

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