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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 17 October 1912

WEEKLY SHORT SJ?Ri NO KO Y VI. KOU) TO HE VITY. I ii/ah.ll? Hall. "Mother, your ligtu?- is getting to b? perfeotly disgraceful!" Mrs. Howard Hied to smooth down her capacious apron. "1 suppose you ..mon.' sh?* sai?d, meekly. ? i ?certainly have ?nango?!. Waaa l "Well, 1 don't propose to be all : when 1 get to bo fifty?" hec daug'iiter Interrupted briskly. "So, we'll do '.ether. Pro- : i us a perfectlj a . ami it will be jolly to do tlieui." Mrs. Howard looked rather but accepted th?* decision philosophic- i ally sa she ?ii?i most of Marion's revo? lutionary ideas. Life on the latin had . its n?%rrou groove to broader erratic channels since the >ine-coming of the youngest daught? er. Old only get you enthusias? tic," mourned Marion, "but you will iak?' everything so camly. lxm't you know re] the worst thing pos? sible to Increase obesityT" Mis. Howard placidly assented, but Marion's enthusiasm did not cool. "We'll begin to-morrow with the water cure Which will remove all the wast....

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. — 17 October 1912

fCA, JOURNAL VED EVERY THUKRDAY. Si CO PIS VBAR IN ADVANl Z. W. M. HINTER EDITOR AND OWNtK Obituaries of 100. words printed -ubscribers. Over 1<4<> words, live 'cents per line. .? Advert.sment, J b and news copv reparc?! on Forms close Wedaesday 10 a. m. THIIKSDAY, OCTOBER IT. 1913 THE Journal has on han?! hand? some lithographe?! receipts which will he jrh'en or mailed toallpon utors of the Democratic Cam? paign Fund. These receipts will make valua? ble souvenirs being handsomely embossed ami having upon them pictures ot Wilson and Marshal} d in your contribution as ur ^ed in the appeal below at ence. Do you want a President of the United States who will he obli? gated to no Other interest than that ?f the people, and who will place the welfare of the country before that ot the exploiters? If you do, you should freely contribute your share toward the ~ucce>s of Wo?drow Wilson ? who Is ?It; ending on you and not n: n y :.r enemies to finar.ee the he represents?which is y...

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. — 17 October 1912

HE JOURNAL ? F'oasi Ofticc at M.ithcws ?AN I m y, )!U?:K 17. 1 Al. NEWS ITEMS :?vs items fof IhCfC inswiM be ,ui')icciatf?i [H tftgazines just in. We Siblev visited Nox t week. Hadgtns of Port now m [3aJti 1*0 ii,i Wolffs is spending me in Newport News. L. Btftnton returned ;day from to Norfolk. . II. Perd and little son ? Tuesjay for a visit to ?^sT 'ravis Phaop left last week up his stud its at North |e. U. I. Irintendcnt 1*2. C. Perciful I the county this week look i ?r the schools jain G. W. Biliups recent ned fiOiii a visit to the tins of Virginia. ?Seabrpojc Smith ips visited their homes recently I. R. Rtc.har Ison and Mr. Richatd?on visitad Haiti-! |ind Norfolk recently. L. J. Phatip *.vill preach |rm Sunday ii a. m; Asbury and Central 7:30 p. m. It and Mr?.. A. T. Street, r Imhton, Michigan, are now ye home near Williams J, B. Pennet t who has confined to bis room loi Itune with an injdrcfj ankle la-ai.i. cheep 1 is trance patr< prthern Neck Mutuo Fir-: iation r< pn ?u...

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. — 17 October 1912

, .EM Ll?URG ?) II?- Instruction I? l>r. Kdwin af. ??lue. pp<-ai?<l In ,N?rsou tliat he had Iki*ii mi an? awUstfnction what tlit? authoritk?? in i.u ?t county, asad s? 1:11 ht* was, lent I y, l'on-cd to ?nuke th?? iifiii-t- tin? state board. or declare?! tlial ho liad axe m a-rtnd, and that ht- waa t tryiim :?> get any joli for him? no an y orne esse? Tin? board i-e??oi\t-?i all the pa? rs in the matu-r and later in the orrmoii will ?? -initier theui In x?*<?iitivt- s??-?-ion. it ?-; probable wit some ?>f the sciuxii authorities 0111 Liiii?-iil>iirg will later makt ?pi> to tin- cbaui'gesk ?npanylng the specific ?s a l?-u? r in which ion- allegation?, ?ire made, ami n .?Kidition Dr. Mann prcsruted nnmlier t?t" otlicr papers or xblbits, some of thein lt?tt?-rs ml statements of oiber cltlsens 1 tin? county, Mistainiiiir the lilil? l>r. Mr mi cbau*s*es that the aBbttc schools in his tli-?trict arc run to suit tin- triisitH->. n??t tin* public; that tbe luv*...

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. — 17 October 1912

IS, JAMES CITY, BY UNKNOWN J?MS1U KC. VA.? Special.? raro' of $_l?u in waiting for tho .m discovers the name of the \\ A. S. Adams, formerly maty, who was killed In County the latter part of "tnur.lcr took place toar .1 Janus City county, but >rk county line. Tb?- detail? are ? r regarding the affair, but >unty of York ..tT.-r.-d a reward i for tin- arias' of the mill inn s City county did tho same. u> r was reported to th.- Qov t today h?- decided t.? make ? nal oil. r ,?r ?100 for tin? ar ne man. ER IS PUT ON TRIAL FOR HIS LIFE ?EVY YOItk. Special, ('rowing laiion aasong __e4 Hide kiui^ will rtliall in tin? trial ol" ? Lieutenant ?.liarles llcekcr, 1er Indictment lor, the murder llernum Ko*?eiil bal. being rush by Justice Gofl in the crinii liran? h of the Supreme Court, ?n the second ?lay's session trial began there were evl of hast?-, unknown In-fore New York miirt?, which i? lici-n notonioiis for tlielr mess in lily; murder cases. L_0 sitiiati?ui. which laces tin* tlio...

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. — 17 October 1912

ALFALFA" TONS AT FAIR Mach in Evi mts ?and Fruit id Attention. Compete for :al Honors. if s of shor -Sneidi! I northeast of it dc ild 1 all old nnu ! H?h? let It go at 1 s the building one would prob isand. i mous I l farm in Chester alone prod ?rent things In the way (fruits s, cereals d if one farm in r ightn't all ill the other nine to make the total of igs 1,000. Sure they ought back to the farm pred? ig, which holds so many chibits there, in addition d other displays rep ii or farms. ml Grasses a Peats ?lie the immense variety of shown, corn and grasses ?te of the whole ila is going d . hays Is not to be won ptical as to their ?1 the county exhibits lining and go first to the lh . ricul county. with ufT in ?ill: \ information of the II when to plant al ? it: what klmls tonVe desirea and what Th. with . in fact, with growth and d I \ ell as I plant, ad to I son?? Ill??; stter. caring under hay Ing how the | Chiblt of the plant though It has in. d in used here come ross the [oont...

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. — 24 October 1912

THE MATIEWS VOL- IX- MATTHEWS C. R. VA^ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1912 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite rma s*?4 anything In this lime got o-ur pifos ?aforo pteotag order. *??> tar* doing the ?Bjrg?r*t business ta T!4?wat*r Vlr ?U ?a The latest I o * r tiaed m& s ? j a ? r y ?aith ?rkJci. <mr plant ?a ??v'iippi?d ?n abl?ns as to tarn out th* highest ?xi as s work at most rssscmsble prices. We pay freight snd give pt-rsoual attea tios to placing work !n cem?-* t-ry **"'? r*sspe<*tful?y Invite you to call sad inspect our large stock of finished! ?a*-*-? ?rh*m hi Norfolk. If unable to call writs as for catalogue. LAWSON & NEWTON llth Str-eet and William Ave. NORFOLK, VA. Ce Pine Beach Car Line. Phone 8T61. Clark Sash & Door Corporation FTIANK T. CLARK, President. MaiiiifactTirers, Jobbers and Dealers in BASH, DOOMS AND BLINDS, ?BGILDllB'S HABDWAR?, PLATB AND WINDOW GLA?S, PAINTS, OILS AND VABN1SHB8, <X)LUMNS AND STAIB WORK, NORFOLK, VA M No Money in ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 24 October 1912

"DEMOCRATS MAKE PUBlT CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS TV Ai? HIN ?TO N. D. <V- S.icclal. |-??4*au??t? of il??* approacMsig iia lioual ?-l???-ti?)ii tli?* St-nato liivt*s ?gutiii?. ? ??iiiniJtt?*** tu look into ?-??iitritiuiiou.?- will ?-?>iii|)l< u* its work, a?* rii|ii(ll.r us p?>*??!l?lt* and lli?'ii ailjourii to formul?t?" ils rt* port. It is iiiiiU-rstoo?! tluit in ?111*? ill?* llH*llllK*r> will l?S??llllllfIUl tir? at?-:- publicity for nalioiial ?-ou trihiition*?. Tills i?. l>?-in.-< rat!?- field ?Say !>?? f??r?? the Clapp ? oiiimii??*?". Amont*; til?* v? ?tin*?? ? on lin- -*?-|i?*?hil?" :irc S?*nai??r ItanklM-atl. a.I \ I;i f>?i iiiia. ? !<*u?l?-r in trucar t ii?l<*rvvoo?l.?. pr?* < on? ?-mi. i ? aiiipsJgn ; William I. J->l??"??iiil.?. iiiaiiau?? ?'I ?.ov?*rn??r \\il*-??ii- i>, ? -?-on? ?nlioii ?atn pavlgn; Wlllaani ?.. M.-Ailoo. ?n \?\v Voi'k, Ba-tlng t-lialrniaii of Hi?? l>?ni?-? i-?iiia- National ? 0111 mill??*: Itog?-r A. Sullivan, oi Il...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 24 October 1912

I WEEKLY SHORT STOR. | ON A Ml? HT OK STOKM. Itv Virginia Blair. - John Douglas?, tr.unpina-; doggedl) along the road which skirts the great esuu-ij on tAA noiiu shore, bit a aort! Uf ej vi.-i?aiiil m the beatit the vtortn. It was a nortbeaat atorm with tiic raiu striking sharply on sodden 1* .?\ ???-? and with tlie wind blow-: ing wii.li wibi li?-rc?.*noss. The stately drive showed no place or havi'ii or i harbor. Th? big houses were empty ! and Douglas? was in no mood U> seek tlie hospitality of the l<xlge keepers atj ites. Vet as the night cam?? on be turned uito a by-patii. Among the rocks o'i the shore he fancied there might be I ? protected placea in the old days smugg.eis liad found caves and bad used them. His way l?'d him past a silent house1 with close-shuttered windows, and past a gardeu beaten by the storm. : The late chrysanthemums were bent and brtuse?l, the rose bushes stripped of their ?oaves; only the box hedge and the suit short evergreens stood staunch befor...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 24 October 1912

^DEMO? pJURNAL r/vE i* THUK8DAY. IN AOVANO? W. M. MINIER EDITOR AND OWN KR Obituaries of 100 words printed free 1er *??b*criber??,. Over 100 words, five cents per line. Advertisment, Job and news copv rcpared on request. Forms close Wednesday 10 a. m. *****-"" ' a THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 191?. THE MATHEWS FAIR. The last two days of the Math ews Fair found the weather all thatcould be desired and a slightly larger crowd thin usual in attend? ance. In the main the Fa.r mav be said to ha *e been successful. M result largely due to President Stubbs and Secretary E.M.Blake. The exhibits were less than for mer.years but of excellent quality. On Thutsdav Cobbs Creek for? feited the base ball game to the Glebe and two amattier teams played for the amusement of the crowd. The free-for-all was won by Virginia Bedworth with Black Jim second and Milton Maid 3d. It was easy for the fast gray mare and she was never forced to exert herself. Time; 2.32, 2:30 and 2:31'- ? The 2:40 class wa" won in eas...

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. — 24 October 1912

THE JOURNAL at tie Po*i Office at M at hew* Va., am t^r-cot-iil-cla?? matter.* LRHDAY OCTOBER 24, 1912. LYICAL NEWS ITEMS News item* for these c?al umuswill be appreciated V few magazines just in. :. J. R. Foster is reported H. Riw i- in Norfolk ?. Elijah Hiker B. B. F? is in the county. Ir. C. E. Rafftrty arrived in 'county on Tuesday. [r. J. P. Nottingham visited item Shore this week. ?emember the School Fair at thews C H. on October 31st >v. ist. S. G. Miller recently our |sed of Mr. L. C. Garnett, his ;well touring car. [iss Parsons of Washington, J C., is the guest of the Misses 'ne at "Magnolia. * lita Na.inte Bobannon of Lam "ts Point, is visitin.?: friends and latives in the county. .f.ss ?va Myers of Portsmouth, * ^siting her friend. Miss finnell, of New Point. Vlr. Prvston Anderton. Misses inny Anderton an?! Annie iackleford visited Dr. and Mrs. G. Vaden recently, ?or cheap insurance patronize e Northern Neck Mutual Fir*; ?sociat'on. represented by W. Minier, Mathews. V...

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. — 24 October 1912

MW. KUU&tVtLi AT, CONQUERS COLONEL) Absenco of Fever During the Night Gratines the Phy*rit*dans. Politics Worry Ex-President, Who Desires to See His Political Friends. < 111(\U;<>. 11 l_Special. ->Vlth ill-? ?a*? lt\? iu full ?ommand 11: sick ?o-om at Mcivj Hospital. < ?i onel KooseTcIt Thursday continued ?how 11??? steady i*npro*<>tn<nl ?a?*? It ii h lias iiiatkt-o |?is < ??million ^H^HHRncc arrived from Mil ^^HB-**^*? carl?. Tut?day i with a bullet in his ch?-?-i. '?Colonel I<*oo-?<?vclt scoured ubout ? Uve hours' >lc??p ?tuning iht? night. snfiore?! practically n?? pain | and had a hearty appetite Friday I' morning, in? exp?ame?! to lug mir?-?? when I??? awoke at -i A. at. that live litiurs' steep ?;k "? ooiigh tar any man," th??n he called f?>r Ma? an!? iys and r?*a?l in 111?? hcA until 6 A. M. \t that time lu? i alii a! for his bt****-akfast and it ?ns brought t?> liiin by NhiM Margaret Fitzgerald. When me awoke this morning his t??...

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. — 24 October 1912

15 CHINESE GIRL WHO SAVED w HIM AT THE EXECUTION BLOCK I ;Vaw YORK.? Sp?*?!lal.---'"WTao ds BheT" was asked by a reporter, Hnd j for answer a first ?cabin Masa*?jfriger list showed that she vms H*.r?. VVYiiiiaui Drosrtberger, of Phlav B?*lpl|.t. and lb?- man with h?-r was Her husband. She clung to her hus- | ^Ban<iyVtmidly when first qusstlon??d, Hut on-addenly regained h?*r polas and Hi-murl-N-d : I "Now ;isk anything you want. To Hiei-in srlth I sp? ak English about Hs well as mtist English-speaking peo H)b- do, and l know Prench and Oer H|m. 1>" I sp.ak ?'bines-.' Why ask %i~?_^k - " COUino, I speak Chin? s- . ^:wH*s my native tongue. Was l not HW?Viiug ?.?nai ami was not my home l*t?sV'hma until that fortunate meeting K\ iMi Mr. Iirotnl t*yl ?v. s. i believe In the franehloe for ????niMti.'' she ?'ontinue?!. "Hut 1 I'? Hi?".t< it has value In educations! mat Ben only, i have boss taught that ?woman's place Is in the home, and t HkImII never forget the lesson. "I have st...

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. — 24 October 1912

M?Ms) id Buiap Wants?!, Wrftto fer Prfc.**, ?m lue co. u?o* !??*?*% Va._ ILLIO> OOIXAKS loaned to sere to buy. build and im ??perty or lift m?Jrtgages. We slHu-gc 6 per cent interest on balancee. Principal payable .per month or $90.00 yearly, on p.OOO.AK.). Write for our booklet is HOW. THE STAN '"'ANY, 612 Mutual ^Hrbinond, V?, UAmTL CKrOPS._ LAfTBST PARIS FASH IN HAIR DQaHSSIAG. All of hair on hand or made to ?Combings made into switches. Puffs, e*.?-? Satlafac gvaaxa?Qtee<.. H?OH13S, 209 ttOfrth Third ?St. RicOimond. Va. KDB IT OUT. TtrRmswmL ache or pain is lo fBsTtsft- ?fitTnnflff and soreness of ??seles or joints?rub la Frayser's iaeoai Nerve and Bone Uniment? and -?as pa?u disappears; tbe greatest all roand Uniment in use for xnaa as? peost? try it?don't suffer?bere ft? tbe right ietp: 25c bottles at irvigsjsts. Manufactured by J? W. S^RsiSBESR & 00?, Ricbmond. Va. .-sa-aaaa?**?**********???**?^ ? ? ? ? i ?.i i.i....... i?? n. WiBMI'l II I i III II WITH BOYS girls o...

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. — 31 October 1912

THE VOL. IX. MlTHEWS MATHEWS C H.. VA^ THURSDAY, O JO?RNA ?* OCTOBER 31, 1912 NO. 37 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite i? _ayt> _g in this lia? cet ?par ?rice Before pUssla- ?roer V? rare d<*4ag tb? tarsus* b-slnee? fa ruewater Vlr ***--?. The) latest I m 9 r o v e ?I ma s a t n e t y with mhich our plant ?TB <**<7rUlpp<8d ?*** Invite yen to <*__! and is??ot ?star able? us to turn out the bJ4_ost class work at most i-e*?s?o_abl?> prt <->?*. Wo pray ? freight and give person ?a* atten? tion to placing work In eeeme Uty. Isj-s-o ?task et _-?sks?t If -suable to ?jail ?wr?U as far _ LAWSON & NEWTON llth Street and W'illlaaa At? NORTOLK. VA. Ob Pia? Beach ?Car Une. Pkoaa I7M. Clark Sasli & Door Corporation FKANK T. C1_ARK, President. M?vui-_factnrers, Jobbers and De_4ers in SASH, D00B8 AND BLINDS, j BOJLDAm'B HAKDWAB-a, PLATB AND WINDOW GIxASS, PAINTS. ODL? AND VARNISHES, PORGH COLUMNS AND STAIB WORK, NORFOLK, VA_ No Money in Advance ? Sa...

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. — 31 October 1912

SAWBEAlJh,.^?ITR?lKL wrtHE SWALLOWED POISON NBfW YORK? Spcc.al.?With the dies, door of Um i t".n \ bouse :il th? u ! ?j Twenty-third al 7:19 ?k Wednesdn*? night, a very pretty woman. ???.???d clol u ?i i<> board th? Puunpeck H ni... I,. f??ni??i herself on th.* runway leading to the men'? cabin, so tarn? il he *? ehicle P itJh t?> t_? \\ < ? 111 < ' Sli?- had raised her i to \\.?t?h an approaching auto ?????t>ii?? an?! her ?*><s fell upon a man, ornan by the arm t?. the women's cabin. Th? Ion? woman for just a moment watch? -l the ? ou pie t.? make certain apparently they were together. Then ?he ?hri? k. ?i. quickly opened her haml bag. snatched ?"it a bottli i??.lu??\ ?Jrank t!?.- liquid, .un?. \\?iii th" botUs in her hand was falling t<? the walk when the man abandoned hi? ?oui pan ?on led to the tott? woman i i the bot!l?' : it Into the \ while the mon and women procecaing to the boat, paused and around. 1 \\ornan ?;?? ?>! ai the pier, blushing and m...

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. — 31 October 1912

WEEKLY SHORT STOHi A DAI t'HTKlt. OF VFSl VUS. By Fierce Vincent. It was a small two-edge<l stiletto that Zabetta (..eniella bought at An- , tonlo M ordo s sho]> in Naples, a very tiny plaything ot a aileUo, but, as every Italia- knows, the heart lies barely two inch???*, below the ?un i and a bla?i?? that wiil reach that dis-1 tan?" n? long ?'iiough for all practical' i?Ur,M?_?98. On tin* <*rueilix handle of Ulis par? ticular stiletto Zebetta had sworn ?iat it shoiild drink tin? blood of either <'a??sar IMno or of his betrothed, Maria Vincente. Thoy were a v?*ry ancient family, tho 0emol?as. On? ancestor had escaped froaii tho ??rnption that ov?r whelni?*d Pompeii, and another had boen mumnilli?:d at Ilerculaneum. The i race had a certain tierce sturdinese, inherited from some lava-horn fore? father before Romulus. They also had an unple.usant tihmI ieval habit of keeprng their oaths, re? gardless of consequences, as family traditions and court rixords bore wit? ness. T...

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. — 31 October 1912

?H_ JOURNAL VERT THI'KSIiAY ?1.00 *>inYI*RIN*OVANCI W. M. M1NTER EDITOR AND OWNER Obituaries ??f WO words printed fr??c -,ib-.?Mib'.'i-. Over KH? woids, in? t? per line. A '\?'i tisment. .lob ami news copy . red On re?)ii?*??t. rmsclose Wtedneadajr Io a. m. I?TR3DAY, ?OCTOBBR 51, 191?. For President. WOODROW WILSON. For Vice-President, THOMAS R. MARSHALL. Election Day, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5th. The triumph of Democracy will mean the end of the rule of Special Privilege. BESIDES choosing between the candidates for President the vot? er will find when he comes to the polls that he will be called upon to deride for or against three constitutional amendments passed by the last two legislatur? es a:.?l now given to the people for their acceptance or rejection. The first two of these have to do with the offices of treasurer and commissioner of revenue in the cities, allowing them to suc? ceed themselves, whereas, under the present law th;y can not do so. It will be reme m hired that the a...

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. — 31 October 1912

Ithe journal at tic Po?si Ofl?ce at Mathew? ra.. a? second-class matter. 9 \Y OCTOHKK 31. 1'>12. ?CAL NE "ewS items for these col imnswill be appreciated */ magazines just in. A. Brown is improving it North/ [usan Healy leaves this a visit to Baltimore. Imma Wolffe ha?; retiirn a visit to Newport News lember the School Fair at :wsC H. on October 31st ov. ist. and Mrs. W. L. Williams ?ending a few days in Nor 'eek. ^m Leffler of Williams f. left Sunday for a week's ti Norfolk. and Mrs. E. M. Blake are congratulated upon the ar )f a baby girt, s Kay Powell of Norfolk, her farents, Mr. and Mr?-, fa Powell, receitiv. s. Ellis Richardson of Kil .*?__? is expecti'd to visit Mrs. fgins this week. .'. George Gowen will preach )lly Grove next Sunday at M. and at Oak Grove at 7 e Board of Supervisors met ? thews C. H., on Friday last, routine business was trans I. ?s. King of Portsmouth, has Lleti to the county by the >f her brother. Mr? J. R. rs. Walter Forre?! of Port wooii. returned ...

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. — 31 October 1912

itllitnKiivillAN nt? l6 NEEDS i?T??BEH PRESIDENT DIAZ Juarez, October 6. 1912. i who 1? Ignorant of Mexico's I past cannot understand It? present, i ?auch les? foretell It? future. A hun- ( dred yeaxs ago it slumbere?! on th?* ? ??? of Spanish paternalism ruther t n groaned on the rack of Iberian ? iiiny. unlil awakened Into life and | u'.t by lb? echo?? of the Fn ?rotation. Then cam? imiejiend- I .-, at onoe followed by more than ?rs of c? Internal con t not always Inter by foreign wars and French ?resident of today lent whom h?< ile rday and perhaps shut at sunrise, only himrelf to meet tomor r??w the Cat? of the fallen ruler. Dur? ing that time more than fifty sha*d nts. tllctators or emperors .-.p? ?1 f?>r j mnmm the helm ?>!' ?tut' xceptlon of Iiur hitie, Santa Anna and Innrem, ?h.ir y names are empty sounds to e\?-n . rs. F.xcept in the s?> ?all?".l war of reform, sixty years .-ico, there was n?t principle Involved in any of these domestic conflicts. They military ...

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