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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 November 1912

! Weekly Shoot SI?M THE mxXiSG S?OHJ5. By Tray Allison. Tke station guard slammed the gate .shut as I'cutou reached it, suitcas??? La hand. He set his baggage down and mopped his face disgustedly. **llang it! If 1 expressed my real fee Un 148 Ulis would be no place for a lady." Someone ?lapped him on the shoul? der with a laugh. "First time I ever knew you to get left at anything, txld fellow." Benton wheeled around, his face lighting with pleasure. "By the eter? nal, it's Tom Hartley. You look good to me after a year'8 absence. If any? thing could make up to me for losing my train, and havmg to stay over, it -would be y out having turned up. Didn't know a soul in the place, and was picturing to myself the hilarity of going back to my hotel and reading all the evening." Hartley drew htar over to a bench and handed him a c.gar. "Sorry. Ben? ton, but I am leaving in fifteen m-in utes myself, for a three months' trip. "Wish we could make an evenng of it and talk over old times. Haven't...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 November 1912

**f*?t*sISDAY. ,m vasa im sovsmcb W. M. WINTER KDITQR AND OWNER Obituaries of 100 words printed fr??e for subscribers. Over 1?J0 words, five ceuts per line. A?lvertisment. Job and news copv repared on rc?jue??t. Forms close Wednesday 10 a. m. TH-TKSDAY. NOVEMBER 21. I'll?. Mr. Wilson's statement that he will call an extra session of Congress immediately after his inaugaration to revise the tariff will meet with the auprobation of all Democrats and a great many liberal minded Republicans who recognize and admit that the pr?sent tariff rates are exhorbi tant. It proves too, the sincerity of his promises to the people and his determination to carry them out. We should have been disap? pointed had he failed to do this for we believe him to be a clean, able, high man and a statesman of no mean ability who will re. fleet credit upon the Demociatic Party. His present course justifies that confidence which we believe is given him by the whole people. COURT NEWS. An average crowd was present...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 November 1912

THE JOURNAL Entered at the Post Office at Mathews C. H.. Va., ata sec?-nul-class matter. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1912. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Near* item* for the*e col uinuswill be appreciated Mr. C. E. Kafferty was seen in town recently. Mrs. A. S. Butler visited Rich mond this week. Miss Mary Butler leaves to morrow for a few days in Rich morid. Mr. Herman Hollerith spent several d^ys in the county re cently. Special music a t Westville Christian church next Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Smith of Gloucester, visited friends i ?i Mathews this week. Mrs. Ellis Richardson returned to her home in Kilmarnock on Tuesday of this week. Rev, A. J. Ramsey of Norfolk, will preach at the Old Baptist church next Sunday morning and night. j Mrs. E. C. Leach has returned to her home in Norfolk after a several week's visit t o Hotel Mathews Miss Mary Gibson Huniey re? turns this week from Richmond where she has been visiting lor some time. Mrs. Dr. White of Accomac county, is visitine ber sister. M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 November 1912

ja ? ^ **y?ij S ^Tnlfif SHE HAD NEVER SEEN ? ?iiii**BVipr-^i*Hal. Ixuve is such an L*-apS?*?s*-n* that none but geniuses. "'."?*. can develop it with original Bnrii. A man and a niai.i who ?l.?l ?vmlKK?IIA.SK1N.?At ?Jal ; ndlo. ?bor 10 ; Minm?? Hankin, daughter or tara Martha 1*. Ilaukin. of Brooklyn, to Jay Kl'-tcber SU Irnira. N. Y.. und ?-?ukchi. Indi*. The exact ?pot In Brooklyn thit re c.-titly h*\v your ht?, ?.-in?- i? :ii. :0>*? I The maid's tatl w**j thy, die-tl **vera not After she w*s graduated from that roundhoua* of roma?.*??, l*ack*r Instl iut?. -\nd?anticipating Inquiries?sue Is twenty-thr??e Rn.J pretty. Mr. ?Slee's parent? are ?I? nd. When graduate?! irum PrtacetOS In v*. her?- he eiiK**?"?'?'! sue?*? sstul.y In athletics: when I the employ of the Unltt*d ('.us and Coke Company here; when he left it three years to show his ability a* a mining engln neer to t*.ir Arthur Tata, owner of the Tata iron mines in Sakchl, he did not know that auch a delightful i M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 November 1912

FRED ARLINGTON ESCAPES DEATH IN ELECTRIC CHAIR RICHMOND. VA.? 8 p e e 1 a 1. I Fred Arringion, the Halifax man. seilten? ed to die in tin? elec? tric chair lor murder on I)????iii lx?r bth. ??.ill Mivi- the r??iuain lu Un? state penitentiary or ????lit to tho hospital for the fSlMhlSJ 111*0111?-, ;.t .Marion, i*? i???l >?t ?I?? ?*iilt?4j uii.i v.ill not Ik- l?>r **-v??rul du ?.s. ?Uo.? m?,;- Alann io?La> i-v-ued ?l??r ol in? ?lays lu eiiMody. Wlioilicr tlu? man will be k??pt an order <?f ?_*?>miiiutatJon. busvd on the n?port <>l l)r?>. Drewry and I ?a-lariui t<-, who mad?? an exami? nation of th?- a?*?*?i**??d man some ??a-..?, u?*.?). The** reported that tlio man was a lunatic, lia?! tacen lii ?MMB lor -?cars, and lluit thei*e was litUe or no chaiu-e for him to regain his fatalities. Aft?* liii.s r??|?ort luul b???i'n mad??. t.??\?sii?>r Maun directed th?? peniK'iitiury sur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 21 November 1912

HT? H A ?NO BAttS Burlap Wanted. Write fer Price??. ? lONI? BAG ?0. Inc., Kkhmond, Va. ARS?'VOU A BE M ! WKK or is yx>ur home or farm mort?. write t?pr our booki? our s>'*tem^?o>f loaning money at S p??r cent on yearly balau i ich. $1,000.00 ?t?osts you $7.50 th or $90.00 per year. We do not ""-?strict, von to locality. STANDARD HOME COM? PANY, 612 Mutual nidg., Richmond. Vs. HAXB ?OODS. ??..Tdb THE IJIaTHBT PARIS FASH ?ON? IN HAIR DRBSS11SQ. All ?aiatts of hair on hand or made tu arder. Combinas made Into switches. P?*tmpadours, Puffs, etc Satlsfac Horn *uara?te???d. HlK>Hl*k., 209 ??krrth Third SU Richmond, Va _ ??B IT OUT. sryxmaBvgm. aohe or pain is l-o aatsd -stilTaesB and soreneras of ?xuseles or Joints?rub in Prayaer*a ?iraat Nerve and Bone Uniment, and cms aaln disappears; the greatest ?slT toaaA liniment In use for man sM hsnst; try It?don't suffer?here tt ttf right help; 25c bonlea at fagghrtm. Manufactured by J. W ?TRAT?iBJR A C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 November 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. IX. MATHEWS C H.. VA^ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2*. 1912 NO. <H Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite ?? ?eu need anything in this Une get our pries uf? ara dalag the Inrgsst busmees ts Tidewater Vir giaia. The lataat i?l roved naa a h l ? s r y wl?h w-inh our plant I? snuLtppsd en pU.rtaf ablas aa to nut Us hlgbset class nork at most reasonable Priesa. We pay frelsbt and giv? psreonal attsn tlea U placiag work In esms tary. w? rmseetfully turlte you ta sail and tnapset our large ?toe? of lalaaed ***** ****> Mm Narfolk. If uaabU to call writ? us for catalogua. LAWSON ?5c NEWTON llth Btrsst and William A va ?C4*uroi__, VA. ?Ou Pnon Beac_ Car mi. Clark Sash & Door Corporation FRANK T. CLARK, President Manufacturer?, Jobbers and betters in SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, BUILDER'S HARDWARE, PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS, PAINTS, 01U3 AND VARNISH*?, PORCU COLUMNS AND STAIR WORK, NORFOLK, VA. i No IWonsy in Adrsnc? ? StvUsf ac? tion ?Guar? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 November 1912

*m\ CONGRESS ONE OE HARMONY WASHINGTON. 1>. *?*? Si*-?i_rt_? Den:? inn?- ISaill.ru. juliilaut o?cr l**iN?-i.iriii - t'lt**'t WiU'ii's an soiiiicciiit-iit thai lit" will ?*all by 15 Ih so extra -?"-??ion Of l?i r??*i?r ill?? tin-ill, de elure? stsnday that no factional -.trill? lAotllal lia? <?>li?Wfd to lllltT f?rc with lahe ftiltillliiicnt of tltt? part)'*? pUxlg???* t?? Um? country. Ta-iore art' soase early I ml lea. Lion.?. h??we?ex. that tlit* Hues di? viding iiu* tree trade Democrats ami lla?x*e a?! ??sating tariff for rev?ame only will Ik* ?lose! y draw p. l?U?t.iiblh*an'?? who are noiv in Wa*-Ji?ii-ton predh?te?l t??liiy that factioual IIxh**s would be rdgbtl*/ drawn among Uu* l>cnit?cr;Hs ??f tii<* House ium! tliat WashlngttTMi would s?*?-? disc*??rtl nn?l dissension befosrc s Democratic tariff bill Is ??nncted. Tlie Hr??t lmllcati?>n of this cam?? in n telegram from B????l<>ii. which ?st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 November 1912

Aunt Betty's Thanksgiving O/feriny By S. O. II. Dickson. Aunt Hetty was sitting on the fromt step oi uei iiti.e cau-u ?Mine, suioking her coiu-col> pipe. b?.e wab a siuray uid vviaaaii, but even ??lurdv people got t.icd ouuieii-iio*,, aud SuO iisd uu uued a Bald uaj s vviyiK, at tne tub. Aunt iicuy wa-> & gr?ai ia?ker, aud wheb. tia.e tuu.uut bud anybody e?ao to Uiik. ko. bac lamed u> u.raeK. Tina .lueruoou. uer dauguter, who lived witn asr. nud goue 10 tne vil? lage, and b..e L.-ougai sue was alone, for *ao could not sie tais reponer, ou ti.e otacr side of the lence, with the trunk o? a big tree bei.? eu us. "Veo, sun! uo i-ood Bswd kno?v l'se got 'nough ter be t anstui luu, an' il seum ?iiK i wus taukiul, out de pieacii er s?ay low we uns oiler try 1er count up, of we km, w'ai we know is dn b.ettyiii's we uv-iic bad dis joar. Wen, w'en we come out de eau re a, dom on graceful g?.?.?, .vnua an' ?yus.n, dey ?ab de ?mpeteuce ter tay 'o duu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 November 1912

?tfc JOURNAL ISSUED EVERY THUKSDAY. ? 1.00 P?S VBA? IN AOVAMOS W. M. WINTER EDITOR AND OWN? Obituaries of 100 words printed free for subscribers. Over 100 words, rive cents per line. Adrertisment, Job and news copv repared on request. Forms close Wednesday 10 a. m. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 191?. A large degree of sympathy goes naturally to those led into iniquitous actions by ignorance or faulty environment. In as far as these condition? apply we feel a great svmpathv for the Aliens now under sentence for the mur? der of the Hillsville court officials but, neither in our judgment can be adduced sufficient excuse for their flagrant offense against the pi ace of the commonwealth and it is just that that thev pay the penalty under the law. We hon? or the spirit of mercy that induces so many prominent citizens to appeal to the governor to com? mute their sentences bot 2*9 the custodian of the d ? ? and honor of this common - ..th, he can not affor?! to interfere with this verdict of ?i ju...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 November 1912

THE JOURNAL Ipatered at tte Pust Office at Mathews .C. H.. Va., a? ?ccood-cla.*?* matter. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28. V>\2. ^ LOCAL NEWS ITEMS" News item? for these col ?V'jiuswill be appreciated I* Mrs. Enos Foster is in Balti? more this week. Captain Alex. James is on the Eastern Shore this week. Mr. George Enos of Norfolk is visiting his parents at Traders. Miss Helen Freeman has re? turned from a vi&it to Baltimore Mrs. M. S. Foster is visiting her former home in Rockingham, -H.C November term of the Middle? sex court began in Saluda on Tuesday. Mrs. Letcher Hudgins-of Tra? ders, left Monday tor a ten day s stav in Norfolk. Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Lilly of Norfolk, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dabney Baker. r a-aMr. V. E. Davis and Dr. C. C. ??akffhite have recently sent in or? ders for Ford touring cats. Mr. and Mrs Frank Hudgins of Jacksonville, Fla., are visiting the former's parents near Susan. Miss Getrude Bohannon, of South Nocwalk. Conn., is visiting friends an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 November 1912

NR AWAKENED FROM ITS SLUMBERS WHEN BOILERS OF [MINIS EXPLODE RALEIU11, K. C. Kp?**,l-L--Tbe ftuit-i Ml ui Uk* two engineers, \V. A. Vemiom anil ?C. 11. Be? kliait?. killed in tl.c .scab? ?a id Air I Jut? %?r?t?t.k y?f^Mc?ru?y, art- it? lit? itcul ?1 1:30 mis ant-moon jointly ut lxietitou .Strct-t ?L linn li. li? ?. 11. M. ?North o*li? la tin-;. intruded by ?lint? ?*i?.i -.--ilr<>iiit*rlu<od ol ?_*?? ?uoaiouvf ? 11-,imxii?. Mason* and ?Utdd Fell y neu. A. R. Rountrt-e. oi Jacksonville, Fla., the express messenger Injured yoster lay In ?_?? f'rigntiul wreck which oc uired on th? ?seaboard Air Line near ? iranlte, -N. C, died last niKlit at 9 . .'cIock m a hospital at Kaleit-h. lim death made hiru the ei_hth vic? tim ot tne disaster. The revised list of the fatalities is .is follow?: V?. A. at-aison, of Raie'gh. engineer ?o train No. 81. R. J. Gray, colored, of Raleigh, fire? man on ISO. ?si. C. H. Beckham, of Raleigh, en -?.neer on train No. 84. Jim Ku...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 November 1912

FLOYD ALLEN AND HIS SEN I ARE DENIED AN APPEAL jBad News Not Tet Broken to the Condemned Men, "Whose Spirit Mai Advisers Are Both Out of the City Today. K1CHMOND. VA^, ?Sp?**.aL? "in the case of Floyd Alie*? ??agaliiwl the ?Commonwealth, this ?court aims no error in the reun? and noil, i i ix prejudk lui to ?the de letidaut in tne cniri below, und the judgment of the court below i? attirmed." In these word?, Judge James kfiili, pretddent of the Supreme Co-art of Appeals of Virginia, ?????tied what is uni Ter? ttatiy ?oeUevcd to he the deatli knell of the gruy-luiircd leader of tlu- so-tailed ?C-axroll county "oot laVTH.'* Mor did hi? ominous words end with ?the aniioun? einent vv hi? h mean* ?o much to the- maimed prisoner now In tJie penitentiary awaiting hin dooiu in the ele* trie ciiair. In tlie next breath Juilj-o Kollh made a similar auuoun-e tiutit in the ?ase of Claude Allen, tlu* physkaily magulla cut ?on of Floyd Alien, who u'.so han been found guilty of uiurder In tlie Ura...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 28 November 1912

WANTS na/ir SECOND HAND BAOS ******** Writ? far moms. > ?UCHJIOND BAO CO. Irac* Ukhaiea?, ??, FIVE" PER CENT HONET TO Bt'Y. LUIL.D. IMPROVE PROP? ERTY OR LIFT MORTGAGES. $7.60 per ?month plus o% ?imple interest pay? for ea<c?i $1.000.00 borrowed. "Write for lllu?tratetl booklet STAN? DARD HOME COMPANY, 612 Mutual BJdg.. Richmond. Va. HAU QOODS. ?aab THtB LATEST PARIS FJlSU IONS IN ?HAIR QRSSSSINQ. All stsjtM mt hair on hand ?r tnmso to ?r*d?r. Combing? mad? into ?wtteb??, famom?oum. Puffs, ?tc. Satiafac ?8am ???raoieeed. HUGHES. WO ?Worth Third ?U Rich mend. Va. BUB IT OUT. WaTJRODVER ACHE OR PAIN 18 hO ?at?d ?uffoes? aa4 a?r?a?a? of mvaele? or jota*??i-ab la Frayser"? Oraat N?r-*e ?ad Boa? LAnlaaat, and ?fa?? pain disappear?; th? 9jTos>tms\ all round liniment In oso tor ataa ?ad baast; try It??Han't suffer?h?r? 9% the right ?**?lp; ?Sac bottle? ai ?r?a*fft?u. Maa?fact*-.r?d by J. W fRAYSHR A CO.. Biebnsond, Va. HOTI0N PICTURE PLAYS MOTION PICTURE PL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 5 December 1912

THE MATHEWS JOUR VOL. IX. MATHEWS. C. H.. VA- THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1912 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite unrthism te ?_tte Une get eur ??loe before ?? We eze i ?lag fha ?fcufenl hoatneea mm TMewater Vir e?nin, Tibe latest laproT?! _m*v aalaery with w__c* ?mur ?tant ta e?-l9?ad ea W? rnajiuKaHy h a yen te ?all ?m. If ?nabi? te enU LAWSON & NEWTON 11th lUeet and WOllaa? Ave. NORIX5*fcK, TA. ?On Ptoe Bench ?Oar Lte?. Fhon? tfll. Clark Sash & Door Corporation FRANK T. CI_ABK, PrewdtMit 1 Manufacturers, Jobbers and Dealers in BASH, DOORS AND BI-INDS, BUILDER'S HARDWAKH, PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS, PAINTS, OHi? AND VARNISHES, PORCH COLUMNS AND STALB WORK, NOBFOLK, VA. No Money in Advance ? Satisfac? tion Guar anteed ? Lowest Not Fa c tory Frico? ? Easi? st TW?.-A Saving ?of M)l SO to $200 ? Frwn Fac? tory Dirstrt. ?I STARCK mm Senf Anywhere in the United States am 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL !i.r?l_ WE WILL SKND to may part of th? United 8 tat?* a b?*_t__l STa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 5 December 1912

W*fw~ SPEECH BY SURGEON SAM ?*0?r aT?T*****"~' BHadal.? Among the jrgery seen her? last ?w????at th? routine In the city "?* .f 'he 2,000 member? of the ?. .utVaal C.?ngrees was an opera? tion that had a surprising develop? ment > ?Met day. when Terence l>evitt found speech for the first time in bis ?seven years of lite. The operation was performed Saturday In the Swed? ish Hospital. Brooklyn. The extraordinary feature of the ?sese is that patients are usually two er three months in reaching vocal ex prt-eeion, ?no here wa? a la?! trying to chatter and making fair headway at It In lea? than fol*ty-el?ht hour?. About 2 o'clock Monday morning having remained tumb but havini* tak?n all the nourishment offered him with the appetite of a colt, the boy startled the night nurse in his ward by saclalming: "1 hear a car." A 8c John's place trolley car was roll? ing by. i'rs a funny little man to make ?such ? speech a? that." ?aid the aa tontsh. .1 nur??, "but you must r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 5 December 1912

i| Weekly Short Story JE] !_._^.?H THE AFFAIR OF THE COCST. "Of <*our_e 1 ?do not wish to marry the count," ?aid Misa Bornaid, petu lantly. "If Aunt Dorinda gave you to understand?" ehe paused slgnlft<?ant iy. "S_e d?ii gire me to understand that the affair was settled," muttered Em? ory, hi? gl?i>?omy eyee flx?ed on the flash? ing ?alls In the ?harbor. "In fact, ?he intimated that Americans cut no Ice in the matter!" "Poor auntie love* a title,*' eigh?*?d Jean, ruffling her pretty hair distract? edly; "why couldn't she marry the count herself ?" Emory got upon his feet with end den alacrity; there was fire in hie red brown eyes and det?9T?minataon __ the lines of his strong Jaw. "If Miss Leigh marries the ?count, will you marry me, Jean?" he naked deliberately. Misa Bernard ?stared'; then ehe laughed merrily. '?Why not? With auntie's craving for a titled position satisfied, II believe I might?don't?not?y?et!'' she ward?"*d off Emory's impulsive move...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 5 December 1912

T? ??DSD E-?J^y THUKSDAY ?VOO **?? VEAU IN ?OYANCt W. M. WINTER EDITOR AND OWNER Obituaries of If? wort]s printed free f-r sub-*crib*i.?r?t. Over lot) woids. twp reut? per line. Artrertisment, Job and new? copy r**i-?-r?etl on request. -m? close W-etlnesday 10 a. m. res?-?-. ??!? ' * ??. ,, . -, .v ??***? THURSDAY, DECBMBBR S, 1912. In order to accommodate our crowing business we have been compelled to make some ?in? urements in the interior of Tht ?mal Ornee and to order some ?expensive machinery, all of which costs money. We would there? fore appreciate very much remit? tances from our patrons who owe subscriptions, job and advertising bills, etc. CONGRESS IN SESSION, The closing session of the six tv-socond congress met in Wash? ington on Tuesday. In the brief period remaining before the c onstitutional limita? tions bring it to an end and turn many of its members back into private life, fifteen appropriation bills, carrying over$i,000,000,000 tor the support of the govern? ment,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 5 December 1912

HE JOURNAL ti e Pout Office at Mathews U ???oood-class matter. 'SPAY, DECEMBKR 5, 1912. ICAL NEWS ITEMS" it t **?cW?ay??V imns will be appro [G, \V. Billups visited |st week. ?phen Adams is in the for a few days. W. L. Shield is planning a barrel factory. Emma Wolffe spent 'Sgiving in Newport News. G. S. Marchant is in Bal this week buying Xmas Ivertisement this week Bassett, our popular r. ?Aha Board of Supervisors met ling to their accustomed n last Friday. . J. C. Walker will preach cedonia Sunday at u A. M. gain at 7.30 F. M. . Clarine Lackey was call the county bv the death of >?*. Capt. Phil. Mason. attie Lilly was called to uton recently to the bedside r brother. J. H. Ar instead. e usual Christmas entertain will be uiven on Christmas t at the Baptist church here. e regular meeting of the di? ra of The Bank of Mathews , was held at its main office uesday. reo. Gowen will preach tvilte Christian church thews C. H.) on next Sun inorning and night. ?_r cheap insurance...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 5 December 1912

"tftB?lL WAR ?- HAS NOW STARTED Lf_W YOKK. Special.-A bit' ir scran* that threatens to split the National ???ague wide ?>peu ?WS tlireai.na?! Ii.ro today ?As a -ult of th<* trial of ll??race F<ug?'I. niter pre ????lent ?>r til?* Phillies, and l??-i>i. ill?- hearing ot i?e wax resume?! re made by those BC*ekiiig to end the bic-kering. ,??!?? f?H'S, hovv??vt'?l. tie* tared tliat their only terms of peace itl lie the elimination of the a<?u?...l man and Prc-*i?l?*iit ?le?. W, Murphy, or the Cubs, from ;m> leading position In the Icai: Fogel also was on the warpath. LBllteti*/ angry beeaus*' the- ? a???' had not been dr???ppo?l win i pn?s?>iited hi- tion as i>> ?lent ?>f the rhilli??s, be i?-itaiat??l his intention of getting the scalp of President "Lynch, of the league. Oil was poured t?n tlie llames also when !-?>_< I iutimateil that he would w...

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