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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 26 September 1912

DU EDWARDS SWEETHEART BETRAY HIM IB THE DETECTIVES KO A NOK h. VA. S'iecIaL? Thal Maad Irolcr. hired by the promit" of glittering gnsd, eo*re> named with the detective? to de li\cr lier moinilaiii ?WOCtheart luto unir hand- la a bellet ciiter talaaed in Ko.moUe. when* the Baldwin Detective tgetacj i- lo raicd. and the ?antpaclon Is given ?*-|>e<-ial credence in \ ie\\ of a rc cent -tatcMU'iit ssaaued in Chief William G. Baldwin to the effect that the agCBM;? would not elaiiu the reward* that it would **go to other?, lor assistance in our pur? suit oi the Aliens.*' > The Itoanoke Tinier, which I? in cluse touch with the situation, print? the following: "Thai Mamie Irolcr, ihr aweet hraUfl to whom \Ve-lc> I'.<I\i;im!> < oiii.dio-1> i ntnuii'il the secret of hi-? lUtlina piawr- on bar promise to iw --Mue hi- wife, played false to t'?e rugltlvc ami led the detec? tive** to Ills pbice of eeneca llliellt, ?arenas certain from report? cir? culated last night hi R...

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. — 26 September 1912

WANTS - - -u SEXXKND 11 IM? BAGS and Burlap Wanted. Write fer Prie??. RICHMOND RA<1 < O.. Inc., Richmond. Va. a FKBCKNT. MONEY TO BUY AND Bl'ILD property or lift mortgagee at any place in the Union. For each $1.000.00 borrowed you pay $7.50 per month cr $90 yearly, plus 6 per cent. on yearly -balance?. The average year? ly payment is $116.93, including- inter? est and principal, lxwk into this offer NO?, i W. POtfOBR, 612 Mutual Bldg.. Richmond. Va. _hair oooos._ tbh TKS LATFSJT PAHIS FASH? IONS rN HA1H 11RBSSLNO. AU kinds of hair on hand or made to ?rder. Combings made into switches. Pompadours, Puffs, etc Satisfac? aos ffuaraateed. HDOirBK. 209 North Third SU Richmond. Va. _ BUB IT OUT. ?"KEREVER ACHE OR PAIN IS LO tated?stiffness and sore? ess of ausdes or Joints?rub in Prayser's ?reat Nerve and Bone Liniment? and I ta* pila, disappears; the greatest all round liniment in use for man tad beast: try It?doaU suffer?hera in tat? right help; 2$c booties at ar^awso. Marrnrejstnr...

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. — 3 October 1912

THE M?THEWS JOURNAL 1 _? ..-___^?________________ " _ " ? ' ?-?-. ? ?-. ?? VOL. IX. MATHEWS C. H.. VA- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912 NO.^T Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite t?* e~?d anything la this Use get ?ur price before plactn? ord*>! ? ? are doing the ? ?*?t h-uslneas a TMawaUr Vlr ?>?i? Tho latee i ? ? rored me ? ? . ? e r j wltL ? *??? our plant to equipped en abl?? um to ton oji the highest viubb ?ork at most reaaoaaale prions we pay freight and civ? perdona) atten? tion to placing work In neot? t<Tjr *? renpectfully la rite 70a to call and impact our large ?took ef finished ?*"?* wan? la Narfatk. If onakle to aall write aa for catalogue LAWSON & NEWTON 11 to Street and William Ara NORFOLK, va * Pine Beach Car Ltne. ?one 8T51. Clark Sash & Door Corporation FRANK T. CLARK, President. Manufacturers, .Jobbers and Dealers ir.? SASH, DOOKS AND BLINDS, BUILDER'S HARDWAKI . f>LATE AND WINDOW GLASS. PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHB8, POKCH COLUMNS AND STAIR W...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 3 October 1912

fIFE DRAGS HIM AWAY FROM WOMAN HE CALLED HIS WIFE <>RK.? Bpecla] Frederick J. Qntsnbj nrt i l< nt of th? Companj. I pear?-d from the bandsoi l. '? Mrs. f ? who rieh known to tl Oaly aervai ht. ? who h Ply I ? Jm: in 6 ! him I le he ? t'o . ? mi? ni y ? : ) O 11 V,.lllt th?- wotnan with '. hite. "I'll i i both if you snake a con "No, 1 i BOW,** the caller replied. "It will ruin him In it' he is arrested al this time and h s i fe with that other woman him, though. H living like a mil? lion,, ?re, . '? ' ? a I m-? ? -room Hat In a ten? i i can't ?ven pay mj n nt tor that. All my jew ??lr\ d and . am prac? tical] The ?vornan then arranged with the Just ici n Frank White and ? ourt officers, for a raid on the Powi 11 hum?- that n "It may inter.-'. >.-u to know who this woman Is who has supplanted m. b1 ? Id to Mr. White. "She is a mentis r of <>v-- of the most proml I famille? In n> w Tork and owns .\t 11 o th.- tu bed |-..\\?'ll hoi!'' !.. ||. Th ? '1 the In outer m...

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

WOULD TAKE APPOINTMENTS OUT OF HANDS OF PRESIDENT As to the Proposition to Pension Postmasters, President Declaies That Proper Pay for Services Would Do Away With Necessity for Bounty. It I C II MOM?, V \. Special_ That before the dose of l_a I'ostmauter?' convention in this ?ii> a petition frot?i '?o per ?'?'lit. ?>i the .">.?,immi postumster? of ??ti?s ami towns of tbe United States ti^kim; that ?ho presidential sp poiiiuiicut of postumsten be don?* a \a> with, ami ihat they be ?in ployed iimter th?' ?-i\il aervice sys t< in. would he placed in tin* hands ul the Postmaster C?eneral to it?> submitted bj him to the I'ic-iiieui when definite action on his part will be earnestly ui b) ilie legislative committee of the league, was the declaration of President Charles ? >. Harry, of Walker, la.. In ids annual address lid- morning before the ninth annual convention of the National l.ca_.u ?? m I N?*<t masters of the I nil. -. whiih i^ in session at ?'"? Rlclimotal...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 3 October 1912

?*. THE JOURNAL, m KVPRY THURSDAY PSU VBSR IN'ADVANCE W. M. MINTER EDITOR AND OWNip Obite sri.es o? L>> word? priutc?! free '?>-cnl.?ers. Qver 1?? words, live ?me AiUei ti-ment. Job and pews copy repai si on rarjanat, i ?ose W?duosday 10 a. ro. rv'SDAY, OCTOBER 3. ?1?? t il Journal has on hand hand. some lithographed receipts whicii will be given or mailed to all con itors of the Democratic Cam : Fund. hese receipts will make valua souvenirs being handsomely ossed ?nd having upon them tures ot \Vilson and Marshall imI in your contribution as ur I in the appeal below at once. Do you want a President of the [ rited State? who will be obli j/.nted tono other interest than that ?f the people, and who will e the welfare of the country re that ot the exploiters? If you do, you should treely ontribute your share toward the jucces? of Woo.drow Wilscn ? who is depending on vou and not op? on your enemies to finance the cause he represents?which is >our cause! Cut out the coupon b...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 3 October 1912

THE JOURNAL, Entered at ti e Pact Office at Mathewi <C. H.. Va., a? ?eoood-cla*? matter. 'HITRSDAY, OCTOBER 3. llU2 WCAL NEWS ITEMS *J New? items for the?? col uiDtis will be appreciated. Mr. G. L.. Arraisiead is spend? ing the week in Baltimore. ?Kvfrs. L. C. Garnett spent a few uays in Richmond this week. Mrs. R. A. White visited Nor? folk and Baltimore this week. Mrs. Walter Fcrrest is visiting her brother, Mr, Wm. H. Diggs, in Baltimore. Mr. E. K. Dij?t?SOf Jacksonville Fla., is the guest of h;s brother, Mr. A. R. Diggs. Mr. W. H. C. Murray recently ^Purchased afine Studebaker-Flan ?ders touring car. Mr. and Mrs. Ceely Hudgins o? Norfolk, visited relatives in the county last week. Mr. P. H. Muir has purchased a handsome Cadillac automobile from Mr. Hollerith. I Xev. L. J. Phaup will preach at Central Sunday at II a. m. and ?t SaJem at 3 p. in. ^'Mr. Herman Hollerith and ''family have returned to Wash? ington for the Winter. Miss Pearl Hurst leltfor South? ampton county this w...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 3 October 1912

DOTING Of NEGRO BOY STIRS UP RACE FEELING nUISTOI Y \. - Special Harry 1,. Brady, Un* y??uu?? ^leu aril of ll?>t. | Iii ,|iii. ?r_o ?rM .???. r?-i.-.l x .-lit? r li<* had i ami kit ,-il Roben WiiiM-r. .1 n? bellboy, in ll:?* main dlnlli ? room of il ?? new Mont ?- -i<ll in jail. Brady l*?< ?'<>t a-k?*?l far i-ait. inn will ?i?? no nnlcaa tu?* caso ?galmt hi?l Im dismiss?! :ii lb? pr.h'iiMi.M x hi amu *-ct l??r I?? miv morning. There Is considerable race feel it-., heec BDHMg in?- m jcTo?*s n~ a ( of the tratrcdy. Brndy. ?rho In- li?-?'ii ?.(twiinl at the larm-i hotels In the South. seated in Hi?* main dinl ?-:i 11 in*, bi- brraklast. when \Vea \rr. who was prohibited from wi Utiiij; tin* dining room, rnslied in and ' r--iiiir Itrady for Intimi of I lie latter la mlmoiiKli Dor? "sin lit. a kilt-hen vaut. Mimo m?nate? befora, I anil as he did 'I near? reach?gq for a ?uut bottle. whereupon Brady shot him dead. Tin- only witnesses ar?- By, waiters, ami they maintain th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 3 October 1912

WEEKLY SHORT STORY * THE iiorsi: ok nit t: a as. v 11} Annie 11 en rich sea. A torpedo, burled wit'h the full foie? of a round, tanned arm, struck tltel elephant's die and exploded. A show? er of torpedoes followed the first one. A do/.? a youag limn and women push rough tin' crowd at the curb to hurl their noisy missiles at it animal. Urn star at-, tion of the circus parade. j< lias way along th?- street undisturbed by tin- bombardmerit. , Th? gir] who had thrown the first t?rpido was leading the bomburdei a. kajfev crowd on tli?' sidewalk was laugh jp 'K and cheering. The pranks of the residents of the summer colony oi Lakeinooi. vv<'ie the chief joy of the p?<rmanent inhabitants of the ril The leader of tlic orpedo throt ran down the street crushing her siles against **h? uneoncerne?! ?-lep'iiant. A torpedo Hew from her hand and o\p!od?4d at the feet of a man stand ing at tin- eng? of the sidewalk. The girl turned to see where her torpedo had struck. The man was looking ...

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

WHRLY S-9R7 STHY mi HOl'SB OF I>REAMS. By A aale Hearicaaea. ? torpedo, hnrled with the full force at a round, tanned arm, ?true* the elephant's die and exploded. A ahorr? ar of torpedoe? followed the first on?. A doten young m-en and women push d through the crowd at the curb to hurl their noisy niisail**? at the ele e"iniit. The great animal, the star at t?_ctio_ of the circus parade, jogged baa way along the street undisturbed by the bombardment. Th? girl who had thrown the first torpedo was leading the bombarde i"? Tue crowd on _M eidewalk wa? laugh? ing and c_eering. The pranks of the residents of the summer colony of l_.kemoore were the chief joy of the permanent inhabitants of the village. The leader of the orpodo Ihrowera ran down the street crashing her mis Biloa against the unconcerned elepliant. A torpedo flew from h?-r hand and exploded at the feet of a man stand? ing at the edge of the sidewalk. The girl turned to eat where her torpedo had struck. The man was looking...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 10 October 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL IX- MATHEWS C H.. VA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912 NO Monuments and Grave Stones Marble and Granite tn ?*d anything in this line get our price before placing order able* us to tnrr. out th? highest class work st most reasonable prices. We pay freight and give pentoaa) atten? tion to placing work In c?mii<* tery. '? respectfully Invite ycu to call and inspect our large stock of finished ta Norfolk. If unable to call write as for catalogue LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street and Will lam are. NORFOLK, V_ r>* Pine Beach Car Lina, ?-'?one 8761. **? are doing the k?. scat buslneBa i? TtSewatsr Vlr ftsu* The latent a ?roved ma ? i ? e r y with -a-ca our plant at equipped eu Clark Sash & Door Corporation FRANK T. CLARK, President. -launfnctim-rs, Jobbers and Dealers in SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, BUILDER'S HARDWARE, PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS. PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, PORGH COLUMNS AND STAIR WORK, NORFOLK, VA. No Money in Advance ? Satisfac? tion Guar a ntced ? Lowe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 10 October 1912

ROAO CONGRESS MEETS IN SESSION HH.llWAY BlIldHNt. AND V. \NV ?OTHER MATTERS WILL RE ?JJEIYL ATTENTION. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.? Special.? The American Road Congress opened bere, to continue till ?October 6th. in? clusive. It is Intended at this congrests to take up the subject of highway buibi ing mere thoroughly than ha? ever been do- "' this country. From the attitude of the delegates and visitors to the cons I >?S it- is apparent that they are all enthusiasts, de tornu: ? i: fiv? ;? th? canas of public roads the greatest impetus it has roce i tue o: ?he chief organizations rep? ute?! at the I ?IH.IS? is th.- Ameri? can Bar Association. The d?l?gst?e ?ii tins sssoctation are Frederick I-" 'hams', of Albany, N. V.: William D. Bchier, of Boston, and Henry D. ? brook, of N?W York city. The ?elation, through these delega will have charge of the legislative sec? tion of the congress, one of the chief purposes of which is to frame a definite legislative program to be sup? ported Consist...

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. — 10 October 1912

WEEKLY SHORT STORY a domestic; diffhtlty. Having ordered a phone to be put in, my house was invaded about 1U o'clock i_ the morning by two young men, armed with boundless confidence, a few tools and a coil o? wire. Demand? ing a step ladder, they announced ttiut they had come to put in the telephone. 1 having greeted them with much po- : IttOOOOO. mildly indicated the place 1 j wished to have the instrument; which j locaUou they immediately declared to h?; au impossible one. So choosing a plOCS Which was to their own ta they promptly began to bore holes, which, had they all been used, woul?! hav0 provoided uic with at lOOOt a hall dozen 'phones. However, the ways of workmen have always been, and doubtless will ton-i tiuue to be, pas: the coinpiehei-siou of any ordinary mortal; so it will sullice to say tuat in the course of an hour or two of turmoil I found myself pos? sess? d ol a long coveted telephone. Whon the bell rang the lirst time I sternly curbed my wild desire to run aud a...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 10 October 1912

THE JOURNAL ?_D EVERY THURSDAY. ? 1.00 t?IR y C?H IN AOVA.NO c W. M. MINTEn COITOR AND OWNER .Obituaries of 100 words printed free ?or subscribers. Over 1(H) w?.n?'s, rive fMh?M per line Advert?sment. Job and news copy repar.ed on request. Forms close Wednesday 10 a. m. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 191?. OvEK-coNriDi:NCE is a very pe? culiar and likewise a very dan? gerous disease, and it is greatly to he feared that the Democratic Party is sufferin?: from a severe attack of this inaiady right now. Of coarse we are al! sure that Wilson and Marsh?l! will be elect? ed provided that thev have the solid and enthusiastic support, both moral and financial, of the Democratic Party. This must he given or else we may wake up to the realization of unpleasant dre?ims on November 6. Treasurer, Henry Morganthau, of the National Committee states that so far only $-0,8.750 has been contributed and that ?t least $75f\ooo more will be needed to carry through the campaign. On ut 17,116 persons have thus far...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 10 October 1912

THE JOURNAL iterieU at tie Pool Office at Mathews ly^'a.. as secomi-class matter. THURSDAY OCTOBER 10. 1912. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS News items for these col? umns will be appreciated >i?kj G?orgie Janus visited Nor I'JPist week. Mr. Andrew Hudgins of Nor 1k, i s the guest of his parents at art Hiiywood. Mr. Walter Shawn is erecting nice dwelling upon his lot near lathews C. H. Capt. Bodie Ransome of Nor lk. spent a few days in the untv last week. &kv. |. E. Brooks of Carters *^? Va., visited relatives in lathews rece?? I v. Rev. L. J. Phaup will preach Bethel Sunday it a. m. and at t. Matthew at 3 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. John Ellings ortb of Port Havwood. are the roud parents of fine twin boys. Mr, Stephenson o f Eastern lore. Va., has rented the farm ?C. D. Hudgins for the t vear. The Rev. George Gowen will reach at Westville (Mathews C. ) Christian church next Sun ay morning only. Mr. and Mr;. Sherman Rtplev F New Point, are receiving con ratulations upon the arrival ol a ne eleven po...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 10 October 1912

TORNuUL WILL GONTEST ELECTION RICHMOND, VA., Special.? Lett ara received this morning bjf Democratic Stau* Clmin.ian Klljn**? from lalward It. Tuni ^^hull, Jr., <*t?ini**?*l tor Coiigrcssniaii ^Robert, Tiirnbull, plainly Indi? cate a purpose on the part or the latter to appeal trout the decision of tho Fourth District committee, which ?wartlol tin* certificate ror tho consros_Aorjal nomination to ?ludae^^^HHfAT Watson. t they dV? ">>t specify in tkv tail ili?* ??Ian- <?' ilu* contestant?) B?>r can ihe> !>?* accepted In tln*ir ?tentent form as notice ??r contest. ["hey might r..lli?*r Ik* ?lcserlbed as requests r?>r Inforinatlon as to the ?_r*thodo ?>r Moced?m. I riden11> ilit? Tiirnbull faction. Ilk?* pr?*ity much o wry body ?Is?*. Is In Ilu* dark as to Hi?* c\u?"t meaning ot tin? oo?*cnlled Byid primary law and the extent Of 1?0 posma it ?."?infers apon tin* Mats committee. In an effort to a?-??'l?*rati* mat t?*rs as imikIi a- |m>?^il-l**. >ir. l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 10 October 1912

ACQUIT OFFICER FOR BLOCKING ROAD Driver Met His Death "By the Overturning of the Machine Under Very Dangerous Con? ditions, ' ' Declares the Jury. But Two Witnesses Heard. cokoniks \ i:i;dict. "We, tin* jurors sworn to impure how and hy what means William Hantln cam?* la his ?leath, ii|nm their ??nth do say that he ?am?- to in*, death <?n tin* _t;tii day or sep lemlM-r from liijurl?*s r?*??*lv??d on tin* niuht of tin* _."?tii day <?r Ren? te?therr hy lh?> ovcrturiiiiig of an onto tinta driven by him ander eery dnngerOOa conditions; ami they urn? of Ihe opinion thai tin* pln?tag of issbosrain obotmctlons in the way Of tin* uuto-trin-k hy Couslahl?* l)a\is was a seriously Indiscreet act.*" RICHMOND, VA.?Special.? Though the testimony taken at th?* coroner's htnnoBl in tin* city Hall Saturday to ascertain the ??Ircuuistaiu ?-s surrouiuling th<* ?leath or William H?*iiry Mar-tin, tin* ohnah*ear. of ISia Venable Dtreet, who ?n?*?i Thnroday night as ilu* rastdl ot injuries rec...

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. — 10 October 1912

WANTS ?*BnBE____E_PV__-aB_M-_-_-E-BJ_____?pfe__B__-IBal ll/IO 8EC0?ID/?A2f? BAG? I i Alia *-? _*rl*p **--**? -^*?X*1^ Wie for Prices. BJCHMO^B/BAfc ( <K Inc Kk-nnond. Vs. A HOWF 0> (UK 1M.\>?\\, Mba ryoncy at 5% simple interest ?mywhere in the Union to buy, build. Improve property or lift mortgages; same to be returned $7.50 per month or $90.00 per year on each $1.000.00 sorrowed. STANDARD HOMK COM? PANY, 612 Mutual Bid?.. Richmond, Va. BAXB CMMins. ?Ab THE LATEST PARIS FABH QSS IN HAIR DSUSaSIXO. All ?und? of aair on band or made to srder. Combings made Into switches, Pompadours, Pulls, etc Satisfac? tion guaranteed. HUGHES, 209 North Third 6t~, Richmond, Va. e?b rr out. * trrTHRKV-R ACHB OR PAIN IS _0 sated?stiffness and so ranea? of ??iscles or joints? rub la Frayser's ?roat Nerve and Bon? Uniment, and va? pain disappears; the greatest all round liniment in ase for mai tad beast; try it?don't suffer?here Is the right he?p; 26c b?tales at fruggists. Manufactured by J. W. ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 17 October 1912

THE MATHERS JOURNAL T VOL- 1X- MATHEWS C H.. VA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1912 NO. 35 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite ? .?-? se??*! anything in this? Un? ret our pries before ptacln* order able* ns to turn oil tie highest ??las? work at most reasonable pricca. We pay frei*_t and onal ai",n tion to plac'ng worK In cei??~ _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ tery. Ws rsssectfally la ?rite you to call and inspect our large stock or fir. In tin: wkaa la Norfolk. If unable to call write as for catalogue LAWSON ?5c NEWTON 11th Street and William Ars. NORFOLK. VA ?? nue Rsarh Car Line. ?**one 8751. w -. _-? J.ilag the sa'gest business ta TMewattr Vlr *??.* The latest i a_ a roved nia i a t a e r y with i our plant Is ??julpped en Clark Sash & Door Corporation FBANK T. CLARK, President. Ifannfacturer?, Jobber? and Dealers in SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, BUILDER'S HARDWARE PLATE AND WJNDOW QLAS? PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, POUCH COLUMNS AND STAIR WOKK, NORFOLK, VA. ?'.o i /l one y in Advance ? Sati...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 17 October 1912

P?ITuF?u^SWORD SEAR I / ) SCIENTISTS STOLID FACES ??9HiIN0T(>X. D. C\?'special.? their faces and hi o?*?p sears, some of them evidently : tous < utS, many ?>f tan .i( ii gates t<> tin- fifteenth onu5 Coi on Hygiene Demography M ? cted at 1 nacqualntwd with German college customs, who not know that th honorable n rerstty clubi -who ' hed <!? I .1 who B more than ten SU ; i renl pa I - I W. W. I., r. ? I >r. eilt? and I who ? ;u uni- ! - the duels I ? I head. ! Duels \- a Sport. "Th< really ; >eked upon In most of them I Dr. Weber. "They ? it Is very sei- ; lied, and 1 think ! than on ' otball which play. "In most ol ? German uni I berg, there I i lube, somewhat to the fraternities In Anieri K\\ the students ri?> not i them, as they are expen of the students are time to them. There ? ndly rivalry between the clubs. ry two weeks or so the clubs .rs, which means a friendly BRYAN AND WILSON IN CONFERENCE OLN, NEB.-? Special.?Govcr Woodrow Wilson, prealdentla...

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