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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 31 October 1912

EXPECT BECKER'S W1EE TO HELP HIM (TEW YORK. Special.? Extra. M i nury prii-aiiiioiis are being "~ ?*n l?> prevent uiiy Iuiii|h>iIiik with jurors In llu? trial of l'oll? e Lii??nl?*iiaiit C'luirl?*?? ll?*ck?*r. f??r iho nnir?lcr of ll??rniaii lt??s??iithal. This b?-? am?? known ??slay when ?the lhlr?l w?*??k's sesshm began. The suspicious? actions of a man bellev???! to be a "jury !ix?*r" aliout lb?? ?ourt lwi\?> h?i?n worrying JL>istri?t Attorney Whitman. l>e ?Y??tivc lui\?? f?>r s??\?*ral ?la? s Im*?ii ?meptma ? l<>???? wat? h OU ? man ?jniH'ily vieil known nhoiit ih?? ???Hurls. In ?uh??r ?lavs In? was ?cr?dite?! with taking a significant iiilcr???.! in llu? iiilliieni <> that iiii^hl a.Tivt pr??sp?< tl\?? jnr?.is. 'llu? ?llsiri? t attorney himself ?saw s??v??ral lliiiiu?. r?????*iiil.v, and Juni Other? rc|M?ri???l l?> him, sug |?*e?<tlng ?>IT??rls to r?*a< h ih?? jury, and Immcdialely put priante ?Ic t??<*iiv?'s to w]ii?li<Mg this...

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. — 31 October 1912

BAGS H?SD BAGS an? Burla? WtaataytL Write for l*r*re H>NB BAO (X). lac, Ekhmeai, Y a. ^BBr? miFPFRs' ont? to ?buy. build, ?maycrove property or Ff; tTttortgages. For ?t*<S/ck fl.t't?O.O**) you ptty 9X.frO per t-ootith plus 5 poc c ir?atsjr?s(tN. on yearly balsjirr-es. Loar. mas be repaid at any time, fbereby stopping ?tar-thev int#r??C We do nof rea?, riet you a? to k*?atton. Write it?*??or-nata?> .?-TT A-NL>**dt*T> H< OOiu\P.*NY. ?312 Mut*u?i Bid*.. "RSch ?nr-oad. Va. _ ?' turn GOODS. ?2 TKB LA'SBST PARIS FASH HaJR DBJl!ai3>iNO. All hsir ?*m hand or mads to ?Oorablngs snad? Into switaTmes, ?ors. Puffs, etc Snti?rs*ae? ara^rar^eed. !HU?3H?S, SO? Woi-tfc TTrdrd eu Bitaroivana. Va. K?B ET ODX. A*-*tHE OK PAIN IS bO m and scresasa ?of er jcla*-?--rub la Frsjrrj*ar's Thrjii f-lerve and Bon? Uniment, sad the pain ?jatwapenn ; tgs sjeatest llif?mant Is use Cor man ?. try It?aon't nSsr?hers right ssioi loo bntile? at Manr-ttecturt-d by J* W. * CO, Rl-chmontJ, Va NOTICE...

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. — 7 November 1912

THE 1 MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. IX. * MATHEWS C. H.. V/V, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1912 NO. 36 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite m >r ana a?-** anything in tbia line sat nur price before placing order *?"? arm dotag th? ?*'g?*??t basta?**?? ?b? ris?water Vlr ?aasoa?. The latest ????arored ma ? ? ta ?rjr wttb ?-*?k* our plant *s> ??iuipped ea ablee aa to turn out th? hl-raeat da?? work at moat reaaouabl? piicea. We pay frei* bt and gire personal atten? tion to placing work In teer? ?? rmmpecttuUj in rite you to call and inapect oar largo ?took of finish?-*! r*an tn M?*??rf<>lk. If unable to call write us for entaloajue. LAWSON ?5c NEWTON 11th Street and WfJiiani Ara? NORFOLK, VA. ?On Pine Bench Car Lina. Paon? roi. Clark Sash & Door Corporation FRANK T. CLARK, President. Manufacturers, Jobbers and Dealers in SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, BUILDER'S HARDWARE, PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS. PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, PORCH COLUMNS AND STAIR WORK, NORFOLK, VA. No Money in Adva...

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. — 7 November 1912

ALLIED ARMIES STILL ADVANCING TAKE TURKISH TOWNS BY FIRE AND SWORD Montenegrins Have Seized the Island of Vranjina, Which Dom? inates Harbor?Turkish War ships Are Bottled Up. Tribesmen Fleeing. Ill I.t.AlUAN ARMY 1I1:A1> i)\ ' \l*a'l<:ilK. NTMCA /. \<??>K\. S|?>r*cJaL? After a long bombard? ment Stf tin? Turk Uli i??rt at Kir kili, liv?. mil???? lr?>i?i Adrianopl?*, In Mil Uli 2.IMK1 Turks \v,-re klll?*?l. Itultmriiiiis .?ti?rtu?*?l III?? works to ?lay and 1-sJaStl tin? Bulgarian tla-* ubov?> them . Ilu? railroa?! ?l?>|K>t at Kirkili wtaa iuini?xi. This pl?K*?*?l tlu? Hnl-2-.ir.anL?** in po*?s<-*?f?i.ni ??I an<?th?*r |x>inl OB lh?* Orient Itailway. south of A?t rian<>i?l<-. ?'-tlTl'Iil. Tl'KKlSH TOWN. VIENNA.? Special.- The third ?II? ??Ion ?ii Kin?; IVur's Servian army t???lay ?*apiur?*?l the Turkish town of Mitrovit/??? the northern l.-niiiiiti? o? tlu* Salonika hram-li .?I th?* Orient Railway. TIm? Turkish ?-arrim?n n?*?l. Iea*> in-...

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. — 7 November 1912

I WEcKL? SHORT STQR1 | GLEN AMD THE SFECUU?T. Ity Ilorelhy DOaftjUs. tiiea's voice carried clear awl swset like the note o? a wistful bird across the mountain peaks. To the youngest socialist lying among the bal?sani needles on the op-? poelu? ridge of the mountains there was Bouiettiiii-g weird and mournful in I the ton?*?. Yet while he listened the voice reached out and se?xu*ed to echo auiong the very clouds; there was a wildue?-? and freedom about it that sent little waves, of elation up and down the young doctor's spine. "I will work on that side of the ?ridge to-morrow," he told himself. So early did Dr. Jame* arise on the following morning that he all but saw the night escaping to make way for a glorious dawn. He told h.mseli that he had arisen at 4 o'clock merely that he might witness the sun a? lt came ?lato view above the ragged peaks of the mountains. But because Dr. James was a brain t?*pectalist he knew that Ms bra.n was only carrying out the dictates of his heart. It 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. — 7 November 1912

THE JOURNAL iSslT? KVF.KY THURSDAY. ?:.oo ra** vttA* in aovan-cs W. M. MIIMTER EDITOR AND OWNER Obituaries of WO words printed free tar subscribers. Over ruX) word?, five pent? per line. Advertismcnt, Job and new? cepv repared on rcpiest. Forms close Wednesday 10 a. m. '-: .... - -?--*-* THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, .'il* Like William J. Bryan, "The Great Commoner." are .?ou.d ex? claim ; **This is the day r long have sought. And mourned because ? found it not." After suffering defeat upon de? feat for these many years the Democratic coharts have at last routed both divisions of their en? emy. Only aniunwavering faith in the principles of Jeffersonian Democracy could have kept the party a fighting unit during aj? these years and the result on Tuesday comes somewhat in the nature of a justification. We sjncerely trust that our partv r?nd its leaders will measure up to the responsibility placed upon their shoulders by the peo? ple of the greatest Ration on ?Earth. -? ??????- i GOOD ROAD'S LE...

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. — 7 November 1912

THE JOURNAL Emir-Tied at the Poa? Office at Mnthew? C H.. Va., a* *e-cond-class matter. THURSDAY. NOVEMUKK 7- 1?*12. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS New* it?s-i-as for the?* col? umns will be appreciated New majja zines just ?a. Mrs. Dabney Baker is visiting in Norfolk: this week. Mrs. J. P. Nottingham is visit? ing friends in Baltimore. Mrs. Clifton Hudgms *-*?( Susan, is spending 6ome time in Norfolk. Messrs. L. C. Garnett and Joe Healy came home to vote on Tuesday. Mr. J. R. Thomas of Richmond spent a few days in the county last week. Mr. J. A. Weston of Baltimore, spent a few days in the county this week. Mr. J. W. Down, who was tak? en suddenly*^!! on last Sunday, is reported better. Rev. L. J. Phaup preaches at Bethel Sunday II A. If., St. Mat? thew at 3 p. If. Miss Parsons has returned to Washington after a sevei u ? et ks visit to "Magnolia. Miss Lessie Pugh spent the week end with Mrs. C. H. Hud cins at Port Haywo?5d. Mr. Elmar -Morgan returned to Portsmouth on Ties?,ay after visiting Cap...

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. — 7 November 1912

VICE-PRESIDENT SHERMAN DIES AT HIS HOME IN UTICA, N. Y. UTICA, If. Y^-- S|K?iaL? Ka 1i?aflTuU honors ?ill be IMlill U> ill?* late VI???* l*n??s??d??iit James 8. Maorman, wiio died at 9:t? o'elock last night, when he 1?? laid to ?**e?t, probably Sai unlay. l*r?***sldeitt Taft ami ?ilhcr men of natJonal prominence will at i??i?d the f?in??ral. Mix Sliermnii and i>n?nilK?rs of tli?? faillir?. wer?* prof-itrntcd with grU?r today ami the final funeral Ittniis w??n? luid in abeya-*K*e. Thoiisaiuts ??1 t??l??grams of sym imitij iron? all sc<*tlons of tin? I'liltcd Ktai??s |?our?od In upon tile .?-Jit-riiuin home today from friend-. ?)f ilie lata? ??tau???man. Harry B. IHwrendorf. private s??crt?tary t<? Mr. Sh? rmaii. an MOI1IK-.M1 this morning that tie c\ l?txli??.l word from I "resident Taft durin-r tlu* ?lay. "\v?? w?sIhmI to m???*( ti??* earn vcnt*?ii<?c ?>f Mr. Taft by holding MM funeral at tlie time liest suited to his <?onv??tll??ll<*e.,? mmid Mr. I>e vend...

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. — 7 November 1912

SPLIT PEA CONTROVERSY MAY CAUSE GERMAN WAR ON TARIFF WASHINGTON. D. C. Spe?Mal.? Important diplomatic* negotiations be? tween the I'nited States and Germany on several subjects are expeeted to be taken up soon now that Count Hern storff, tho German Ambassador, has returned to the eapital, aft?*r a f?>ur months' vacation in l?ermany. Th?* most presslriK of tho problems. apparently inslgnltWant, but really a momentous one. earrying possibilities of a dispute which might end in a tariff War, Is the recent action of the United Sta*.??s Treasury Department in imposin?*: a countervailing duty on German aplit peus and rye flour on the ground that the German peas and Hour compete to undue advantage with products of the Middle West, particularly th?> State <>f Michigan. The German Government does not concede that these exports are bounty aided, but that the export certilicate. which has been interpreted In this country to be a bounty, is in effect a counterpart of th<? drawbac...

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. — 7 November 1912

WANTS nifin SECOND HAND BAGS dAvio *"d Bar,a?> >V| a^raavaa*^ Wr|to fo|> p,^^ RICHMOND BAO CO. In?c, Kiobrnond. Va. HOME BUILDERS' OPPORTUN ITY to buy. build, improve property or Lf: mort-KBRce. For ?t*ach $14)00.00 you pay $7.00 per month plus 6 pet cent. Interreet on yearly balances. Loan may be repaid at any time, thereby stopping further Interest. We do not restri<?t you as to location. Write for 1-riiortnat.on. ?STANDARD HOME COMPANY. ?12 Mutual Bid,*,.. Rtoh mond. Va HAIB GOODS. t-l**tb TAB LATEST PARIS FaSH IO*Nfl IN HAIR imOSSINQ. All ?uads of hair on hand or mads to srdej. Combing?, made Into switches, Pompadour?. Puffs, etc. Satlsfac das guaranteed. HUG-HSS, S09 North Third St. Riohmond, Va. RUB IT OUT. -?VHBREJVBR ACHE OR PAIN IS bO amtad?stiffness and soreness of aanscles or Joint??rub in Frayser's Jvsat Nerve end Bone Liniment, and j ?se pain disappears; the greatest *,?' round I'nLment In use for man ?a* (least ; try It?don't suffer?here ? the right help; 2...

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. — 14 November 1912

Till? lili!/ ??ATHEvVS JOURNAL VOL IX. MATHEWS C. H. VA^ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1912 NO. 39 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite *** rom etMd any-lain g In tbls lia? set our price oaf ore placing order. ?a*** are doing the larfset business e* ridlewaUr Vlr msmim. Tom latest '?.?roved DI * * t a ? r y with cuir plant ?quipped aa sblee as to tarn out the highest class work at most reascmabte P**?eea, We pay freight and give personal atten? tion to plat-lsg work In cem** tery. We rsapectfully invita yon to ?call and lnsp?f??ct enr lsrg* stock of tabbed *Sm MSmm m s?owtmtk. If unsbls to ?rstll write as for catalog-** LAWSON ?5c NEWTON 11th Street and W?if*m Arx NOIUrOLK. VA On Car mi. Clark Sash & Door Corporation FRANK T. CLABK, President Mannfacturers, Jobbers and Dealers in ?SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, BUILDER'S H-ARDWARDL, PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS, PAINTS, OILS AND VANISHES, PORCH COLUMNS AND STAIR WORK, NORFOLK, VA. ' No Money in Advance ? Satisfac? tion Guar? anteed ? Lo...

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. — 14 November 1912

D TO CAMERON GIRL BY HER STEPFATHER '3I1CAI.O. ???3?p*clal.--?L-ucllc Came? ron, whose all-seed abduction by Jack Johnson ha* lttvolve?l the ?????.r?'! pu ?*!b.*ittc ?-hamplon In a m?-sh of trouble. hns b?*-??n barre?! by her ?t.-pfather fr??m his home in Minneapolis Mr*. Fsl?*??n.?t, the girl's mother, who Is h.-r?*? with Lu? He pending th.? trial ??f Johnson'* case, r?*c?i\rd a *f*tt?*r from her husband Tuttxiav n??t'fyl??g her that ?h?? must ? li?os, hin. and I ri.tai-.h Th.- moth.r fought hard I ars as she read the letter ..\.-t ml over again. She Cared lest any show of emotion might betray the > tier daughter and make her i?.ii*?*t all hor iircini-..-). in Minneapolis. Palconet said: "I will not allow Luclle Cameron to ?-.?me into my h??m?> again. 1 have had nothing ft? <lo with het now, nor will 1 h.i\i? In the future Mrs. Fal? ls w?>!oome any time she < onus h<>m? I ha\.* beard nothing fr??m her sine she l?"ft Minneapolis for Chicago only that which I hav...

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. — 14 November 1912

nEEKLY SHORT STOR? THK vVttON?; CLEW. A number of d?*tectivee w ere sit? ting in the olhce waiting to be assign? ed to some duty, aud uaturally their couvoruat.on fell upon incidents per? taining to their profiJiwion. Several had told yarns, ea*sh more re-mark aJ>le than Che in-st. when a little wid? ened chap who had been litrteuing re speotrfully to tho others spoke up. "I would like.'' he said, "to naake a ?-*orle?3*0?>n of fsrnail Ineid-ants that have led to great results. You fellows bave been telling how a handkcrchi?*f cr button? or something like* ?iat had lod to fjho rtjoovery of hundreds of thou sands, but that's only in one line? Ev? ery time we moot a new person ?anc marked event is .labio to some of it. Tae the beginning? of love affairs, Tor Inajtance. How many trifling incl dents have brought two people of op? posite sexes together, resulting in ?".??aeration after g?n?ration of proge? ny. ? '?I/?-t me give you an instance. Do you r?3niivxnber the -bobtail' stre...

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. — 14 November 1912

., JOURNAL -S? I_ IKtkV?*/.^ EVERY THURSDAY. ?t.OO asa v?as im ?ovase? W. M. WINTER EDITOR AND OWNER Obituaries, of 100 words printed free for subscriber*. Over 100 word*, five Cent* per line. Advert lament. Job and new* copv repared on request. Form? close Wednesday 10 a. m. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 191?. "Victory is not all jo y, with ff comes responsibility." The above statement seems very like a platitude but it is pe culiarly applicable to our condi? tion at present. Full realization of what the great Democratic vie tory means has not dawned upon all perhaps, but it will do so more and more as the days go by. The (act that both branches of Con? gress will be Democratic add to the pertinacy of the above quo? tation tor in event of any failure to live up to the anti-election pledges the Democrats will have no valid excuse. The party was victorious be? cause o? the confidence of the in? d?pendant voters in its honest ness of purpose and the fitness of its candidate and the defeat of...

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. — 14 November 1912

j*? THE JOURNAL Bked at the Poai OfBce at Mathewa * H.. Va., as second -class matter. ITRSDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1912. 40CAL NEWS ITEMS Newa items for theae col? umna will be appreciate ? ew magazines just in. Dr. A. K, Cohen, the well :nown eye specialist, is at Hotel Via thews. Captain Thad Morgan has re? timed to his home at Blakes af :er the summer'** fishin?. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Fleet are ttending the General Assucia ion in Petersburg. Brs Columbia Bland has re? lamed to her home in Middlesex fter spending some time at Ho el Mathews. Rev. Geo. Gowen will preach t Holly Grove church next Sun ay morning and at Oak Grove unday night. Mrs. Vernie Hudgins. and ??tighter. Lois, of Portsmouth, a., are visiting Mr. and Mr?. J. .???Df^jtvnley at Susan. F^?r cheap insurance patronize e Northern Neck Mutual Fir** ssociation. represented by \V. . Minter. Mathews, Va. 5 or 6 doses 6*56 will break any se of Chilis and Fever; and if ken then as a tonic the Fever 11 not return. Price 25? r. Leon O *...

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. — 14 November 1912

?MA?T TO RESUME PRACTICE OF LAW WASHINGTON. I?. G, SpeclaL? V pon airUlnic n? llar a? hl??- Il a.ti??? the I*resident found n-a a ?ting kin? a Inricr iiiimiIii i an Itllrrit tiual trlrit rain? ? a.ttipltin?'uti'i?t> him upon th.- ?In h? hr hit.i ?iti?ftl nnal ??i in pit ? blaiaaif a? lib hint In hi* rrunhluK ?le l.-nt. Is n?l?Hti?tn. ilt?*rr a.?-r?p ni l?rn?t ? ?la>?.?-n funiinii'ilrnlltinii from rttm uit?r<'lMl mi?itH?liiiifiiiii ??f tta?\?TH| illfl'rrriii Mini?, ottrrluf?, hint rm.pl?? narnl afla-r >t?r?-b till, nnal fcragllM that the?* mlacht hnaa? thr hou-tr o? ? nnoiiiK-I-iK his ii'itntT? ion ?al?h thrlr Hrm. *I*a*?r l?r>-??l?*?-iil, hftalnx ?Ilr??a?t.??l ?bnl Irtlrr?. of ?*> ni|?nili> hr pr<?prr I) rrpli?-?! In. ?Itreliii???! a? it h thank* Ihr ???Irr? ?if futur?? ??nip la?) ttit'nl, ?aa Inas ?'?h? hr ltitriiii.il to pr:??'?l?-?? lar? in ? lit? Intinli. ?;???rrn??r ilndlr>. ??ff >lla*i?url, ???ho rrn.-hiil *??. HMhlnaitoit on thr ?emit? trnln ?r/l...

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. — 14 November 1912

POWERS ARE DISAGREED AS TO INTERVENTION IN THE BALKAN WAR Fighting Has Not Stopped, and Bulgarians Resent Any Idea of Armistice or Interference by European Nations?Seek Sultan's Palace. PARIS Special,?The power?, hare noUUed Turkey that they oould MOt upon negotiations wltli Hie Italkan a ill?*?? with u \iew In bringing alunit an ariuisllco in th?> iialku.il war. Turkey ?aa?. instructed through the FYoii?'li t;??at*riiiiu'nl thai 111? Ivulkitii States ? ??ul?| pro.Mi?-? |H'a?*o, but c??ul?l not pr??|Ha?c an arniistit-c. VIENNA, Special. Turkey fs ctraaaaad. Aii?-r onotre tiuui ovo ?viiluri???*, iiy rmlcncv in Stuiih eaaaern Borope the Turk is on the point ?>f laelng ?Irivcii buck into Asia a?to-??? lb?? Ivosphorous. In on?? of tin? shortest., hloodi <??i ami most ii??ci-i\c ?rara In the history t>r mankind a gr??nt ?*m |?ir?? hna Ik??*ii huniblcil and ?Ic feated by a little kingdom b ??. than hall Ita si/?'. \\ hi|>|M?ti irretrievably by th?? Btdgant, Ui<* Tarif bo...

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. — 14 November 1912

NTS I i /to SECOND HAND BAG? A liai sao Burlap Wasted. **v**wr Write for Prices. BJCHMOM) BAU 00. ln?m RJchasontl. Va. ABE YOU A BEST PAVEB or is >ur bcaie or farm mortgag?*! ? If ?so, ?write for our b?x>klet explaining our 'system of loaning miney at 6 per cent on yearly balances. Each 11.0*00.00 costs you $ .00 per month or $90.00 per year. We do not restrict vou to locality. STANDARD HOME <X>*M P.*XY, 612 Mutual BltVg., Richmond. Va RAMM GOODS. ?tvfiEi TaTR IGTEST PARIS FJy8H IN HAIR LtRt?SSING. All of hair on hand or made to ?*t|tl?r. Combings made Into switches, rW?**a*dours, Puffs, etc. Satlafac tW guaranteed. HUGHES. SOS Worth Third ?SU Richmond, Va BUB IT OUT. arwmsxsvvR ache or pain is lo oated ?tiffness and soreness of ?taseles or Joints?rub m Frayaar'a ?tarant Nerve and Bono Liniment, aaxd dsa pain disappears; the greatest ail n*t?und liniment In two for mas tad beast; try it?don't suffer?her? It the right hasp; ftc bottlea at a&r-argtsts. Manufactured by ...

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. — 21 November 1912

MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. IX. MATHEWS C R. VA? THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912 NO. *<0 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granile ?? *-***? meea anything in thia Un? gat our price before placing order. ?sTs axa doing the targaat business fa Tiaewatsr Vlr gla.-k. The latest In ?rored ma ? ? ? a a r y with fi., oar plant ?ta ?wslpped en? able? ua to turn out the highest claaa work at moat reasonable price?. We pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing ?work In ceme? tery. *? lespectfnlly invite you to call and inspect our large atock of finished *?*ll arana hi Norfolk. If unable to call writ? aa for catalogue. LAWSON ?5c NEWTON 11th Street and William Are. NORFOLK, VA. Da Ptae Beech Car Una. mt Clark Sash ?& Door Corporation FRANK T. CLARK, Pr-jsident. Manufacturer?, Jobbers and Dealers in SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, BUILDER'S TlARDWARli, PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS, PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, PORCH COLUMNS AND STAIR WORK, NORFOLK? VA. No Mon???/ in Advance ? S?Liiafac tion Gua...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 21 November 1912

f,^/*. a?ir ums TO CONTROL NEXT ICNGRESS ^WASrl?HGTO?I, D. C? Special.? A ?aotl of Drmitt'iHtif iiiriiilnr? of the ne?*? lloune of llei?re??entn?l\ e?. akona a decided tunjorlty lu favor ?f enlllna; an extra at-aaluu of ?L'oc tim to realae the tariff. Leadern of the party- now In WaahlnsTton declare?! t??dny that thla nailtiublaxJI) ?tmltl ha??* ?rent ??/e'Kl?? with l?realdent-el??ct Wll ?on, akv hna atated that he la In m tut?alas attitude. 1 he eall for tariff realaion. they any. will fro forth a* aoon as Mr. "?% 11non aaaataaen ?aSI??e. So anre are they of thla that n ?teSnlte propre?*?* proacrnm haa l?een auipprtl ??lit. ThU Ineludei: t'lrat. ItealaUtra tlttwiiMitnl ??f the Po/i?-- Mdrla-h hill, ?rabieta nai one of the fcrrat lanuea of the pre eleetlon ennapalisn. Sear-ond- The eontlnnntlon of t'haittp t lark ns Speaker of the Houmc of 11 ?-pre?enta? i \ ru. Third. The eontlnuii?lain of Oaear *W. t ndrriTvod na maj??rity leader of ?kr- Il<?u?*.- <?? Itepretaealallve?. 1>...

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