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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 8 June 1905

?ing ncs. ?y of potatoes here this sea previous time, lished planting late tain. mach success to jfcement of the Tri Vet. the w< ,wh< as taken lay evening while 1er table. We are glad s much better at this ?wens came home last 'alter Hudgin's mother >een ill for some time, is ipr public school will close Many of the children >ass this year on account so much time during the inter. fishermen of this place gotten their nets down. We (ie to have a fine lot of fish this ck. EL J. <-_^ ?dy, and on accoun/i RE DART. lerit and popularit ?Mp Effie Marriner recently re ley and Tar nianj?c/ a letter from her brother, offered for the ge^B?Knfus Marriner, a promi ley ii?n*p' lawyer of Pennyslvania, but ite )\ fqrnerly of Mathews, sayi ig that hjel'ould sail on March iith. for iusope, where he will visit Spain, r^J Wf*' ^ome? am^ northern Africa. *" Lij',s?? ?s Mf- Marriner's second vis I or aUj-w ... . . ... sh* M thvsV**- e ? country and he will TWO SAD DEATHS. Geo. Cowles Sleet...

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. — 8 June 1905

1905. ?TEMS. M People fly Told. :en in town. |nd Others Re [appen ig your order to this officer We can please you. Mrs. L. C. Garnett spent a few days this week at Woods X Roads. T. R. Callis left Wednesday on a business trip to Norfolk anf North Carolina. Rev. Alfred J. Wilson ^iI* preach at Westville Chrir*:-an , who gra^ h the Kpfc* of b. 3 e Rawli-qpTnstitute. Char-, lottesvflle, is spending her vaca? tion with her parents, Mr. ana Mrs. A. C. Wolffe. jf E. B. Latham, assistailfin the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, with a corps of surveyors, is lo? cated at Mathews, and is arrang? ing to survey and chart the coast line of the Western Shore. Mr. Latham has been on the Eastern Shore for the past two years do? ing similar surveying on that shore. r*****?j *3P^1 ? ???T3MI ?iraSOHNTER EST. ?Gathered By Our County Correspondents. RETZ. .vlrs. Chafc- Abergh and daugh? ter, Mrs. Jo*1" Milne arrived in .he county i from Baltimore Tues Sundav morning and Church night. Full line doors, wi...

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. — 15 June 1905

i^?E VOL. II. - ? Mat h Ews i MATH EWS C. II., VA., TIIURSDA J URSDAY JUNE 15, 1905. ?lOSION RAISED SEA U" Wtcerspott Two Thousand Fret HMURINfc EXPLOSION. ^Osc-halff T?m of Dyaanltc .Paei. la Water Near a ktexaatfrla, Egypt, sod fclttly ?A Rraarkabk Id's rec been tnent ?r, WEIS W yjW)RT 0RPE1L TBe Latest Vmfftofa'n Condensed far Rapid teadiif. The death Warren, B Uish, ? Corps. Death The ?xeeuti Dr. S sent to t vent h leslk; as announced at Fort I larbor, of Major .1 ? - V. o? the Artillery canned by apoplexy. e council of the Ameri ___ Federati.yd of Lahor?'.let at Scran ton. Ta., aii/d President pompera re? ported on die growth of the organiza? tion. I Mayor D/mne, of Chicago, and Tom Johnson aiA- to make a fight in the next Deniloi ratio National Convention for a municipal -ownership plank. entromay Elemier, who wa^ lis country by his wife to pre ' a L ,narr'a8c to a widow, com? mitted fetiicide at Niagara Falls. ^r Mrs. W. J. Connors was in the ,^ni at the Hotel Cadillac, in De...

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. — 15 June 1905

?Treating" candi charged for al id vert? ai ng. ?eotR per line, i i shed on appli taken of anony " i Whatever is in must be signed JUNE 15, 1905. Ieals. its ^liirit is judged forth to the world ;ir valor on the illiancy in the for [tesmanship in the fir nation or their found the council nations. true Southerner blushed Une a few years ago when led our papers to see the ofjtwo of our great chief lorsing an iniquitous ins lhg_ national po* erntnent had tosm^pfess:" We forgot their courage on the field while we hid our faces in shame that two of our great military leaders stood sponsors toa vile rgambling institution. Napoleon strode the world as a Colossus and a military genius without a peer, but moved upon such a low moral plane that, as the world gets a true perspective of him, we learn that he was worth but little to the race. irt S. Lee was a great gen? eral, but he was greater in his high and lofty character. Thomas J. Jackson was a great military genius. He was greater in his 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. — 15 June 1905

Journal, (Kotered at the Povtofilce.at Mathews C. H., Vs., aa second claaa matter. ] LURSDAY. - JUNE IS, 1905. ITTLE LOCAL ITEMS. ?toiles o? the People Tersely Told. VISITORS SEEN IN TOWN. e Going and Others Re? turning?Local Happen? ings of Interest to All. r Capt. R. F. Lan don was in town this week. Fresh meat and groceries. A. G Miller. Kay Miles has accepted a posi? tion in Norfolk. C. D. Hudgins made a business trip to WilliamsDurg last week. Virgil Fitchett of Kilmarnock a visitor in Mathews Sunday. J. H. Miles Jr. and family arc spending a few weeks with friends and relatives on Eastern Shore. Miss Kate Treakle left Satur (^dav for Norfolk where she will spend the summer. H. B. Hale of Hale's Point was a visitor at the home of his bro? ther, H. H Hale. Sunday. Miss Daisy Diggs who has been 'attending the Normal at Farm ville returned home Saturday. T. J. Downing, of Richmond county, is the guest of H. H. Hale. W Harry L. Nelson, of North, was a pleasant caller at the Jour? n...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 June 1905

ttmtely fio*t, Intnc i.i'tv boat. ?Tt, fine?! one I a*}!. ,,, ?Ixiard, and th#i set v..in- mus I understand ih- por' of Fairyland sail? infTVr..| -_uy^f/Tl wo ghd? wo rea?.n-fJTToibet Side; then what JJ?v and wonder wait, - the port, and ,*?st the gal ? wry thing thai lovely seem?, ! on see m draaaa?. ill the longing! that you feel? h Fairyland they all come real! >uld Htd . \ IN A I ?PERILOUS FIX: By Grace Leigh. in our ( -un r?s, leading to oa SSaaM because it cures )pt tnd Bat?a t O? I'efUna. ing ft full ???11 be adrice l'--n t of The O. jttlrd. larriod and ?ttled In short order went all to josh In Bangor last week, when Frank Roeves, an ox-policeman of Machias, and Mrs. Ignara Muce of Ells rorfK bt a house, furniture to iralsh 11 were married, and^ifto their ^l?y hurtftc inside of ?rjurs from the time they arrived ingor. ?at Ready to Be Tempted, would a Christian do with Rocert'Icr's wealth? asks the Pitts burc Voyt. Well, we can't say much on the hypothetical ease, but if so...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 June 1905

BBBIcBB-~-~- -~^r - ~T^>-~~~~^aaaBpSli?ffi WBBBBF M ATI IK WS C. IL, VA., THURSDAY JUNK '22, ?906. * Will Settle ?mHrWy Dispite Over Morocco. GERMAN NAVY PLACED ON WAR BAMS. France to toter tac laterastioael Conference, bat Along Lioes Which Will Not Opeo the Whole Moroccan Questioa?Germany Will Negotiate Directly Wllb Fraoce?Qer aaaay Suspect? Eaglaad. Paris (By Cable).?Germany has con? sented to negotiate the Morocco ques? tion with Prance. The French govern? ment has indicated its willingness to meet the German demands .in a concilia? tory spirit. An international conference will ljkrly follow, hut it will be on lines previously Bgeed on by Germany and France, and will not open the whole question of the destiny of Morocco, as the Sultan has expected it to do. France agrees that the status quo shall be maintained, and that the Sultan's sovereignty shall be unimpaired. France cherishes hopes that the terms of the Anglo-American-Spanish-Italian agree? ment as to Morocco may be la...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 June 1905

ha ?cat :t for line is candi? la rgc<l for at rtising. ioea lO cent* per line, rates furnished on appli ? will be taken pf anony uuiicutiona. Whatever is in .i.t-.j.-itio*. -?tust be signed rriter's name. ?AY, JUNE 22, 190S. of The Educational OoffSWhttee. ^mmittee. consisting of R Stoakes, J. W. !cx. James, which educational ?rnacle k:ond meeting Mr. Floyd Mar Friday, June 16, at 3 M. much consideration they led in completing the ed ajlal board of seven mem ?tsJWs follows: Mrs. Floyd Mar? iant, Vres.. Miss Georgia James, ,, Miss Clara Miles, As'st Sec. Down, Miss Martha Min Mrs. Eugene Call is and Mr. ? t?archaittT. It shall be the duty of this board to take the leadership in promoting the es? tablishment o? a county high school at Mathews C. H., also to establish such other schools as it is considered necessary in order ' to prepare the children of the srna? y>fMf?ce of time necessary to carry on xt^noeeting also will be c home of Mr. Floyd I nt, just below the village, memb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 June 1905

XEbe 3ournal, [Entered at the Pontofnce at Mathews C H., Va., as second class matter. ] ., THURSDAY, - JUNE 22, 1905. 1 LITTLE LOCAL ITEMS. rngs o? the People Tersely Told. VISITORS SEEN IN TOWN. ? Some Going and Others Re? turning?Local Happen? ings of Interest to All. Mr. Thos. N. Locke left Sun? day on a business trip to Norfolk. Call at A. G. Miller's for fresh ^r.???t and Groceries. T have on hand baled hay, also fertilizer for tomatoes and-corn. A. Scott Robinson, 27-2t Fitchetts, Va. Wanted?An experienced white lady to fill position of house? keeper. Address Mrs. Robt. T. Sears. Don't neglect your teeth. Use Richardson's Cream Dentrifice, ?^fc-ice 20c. Richardson's Drug Store. Messrs. H. Booker and Guy Hale of Hale's Point, were visit? ors fit the home of their brother, H. H. Hale Tuesday and Wed? nesday. Fon sale cheat?a food work and road mare, cow, and calf. Cow gives 3 gallons of milk. Ap ??ky at Spring Hill Farm near <?ws C. H. 27-31 J . Ige T. J. Christian died at Ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 22 June 1905

iwsrk! o shirk, n? ink ?-??'" h .uid shade 'r board is rank. \tion meet. I_/r>ni n*d t hinp - *"sts to watch t fio daisies swing On their slender ?torn*. An?! the ?il?! birds sing; That's all I'll do? Kver' dadburncd thing. ?Houston Post. OUBLE DANGER i if old and^ oy^some mountain s out from the great i?,?,,ri?nr.. j Rand street, ? tended to me about F c n nirdy for I lie itid ?? - I found dii ii?1 was ;. Plld in to "s ? ?t altomi s/'t'rn b/sr irlr '? i<<-aml ??<?/???? ' 11 ?.-??/ /'r??/i '" eneirV ami .h. f? <#i/ /ouikI -h t ' in u - /,? ffmw tt( r ??if?, ?i 7 '?? -n - ./ <? #!?/ / /??' /rt-M t ? ?.." v ?ut-rtf i i/ mj/ ?iceo JW it a it t o ml III- iPStsfc lirio <>f(/<tits Hiton iJis ,n/ i /(<?.*? /;??<??! U- // ? ! i; B 11 Hartman, President ??? The Hartman Sanitarian, Columbus, (? ;". r free medical .I'lvn'iv All cairas pondkm?' strictly coatidential._ CONCENTRATED" kCrab Orchard WATER 3 -?" >>Vi.U?r l>-f?>R? Dyspepsia Sick Headache C...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 29 June 1905

THE MATH EWS JOUR VOL. II. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY JUNE 29. 1905. rSECRETAIY_IUY STRICKEN Is Again Prostrated By Nervous Break dowo. ILL AT HIS SUMMER DOME. t'adsr the Care of Physicians He Rallies, aad No Immediate Danger Now Apprehended ?Or. Scudder aad Dr. Murphy. Two Bot* tos Specialists, Quickly Summoned -Bulle tlos Issued by Pbysklaos. Kcwbury, N. II. (Special).- Seco t.irv (.f State John Hay was prostrated by an attack of uraemia at his summer home here, but his condition lias been ^_. relieved by a local physician and two p specialists, who had come from Boston by special train. It is expected that the Secretary will soon be in his usual health. The attack, which was similar to others experienced by Secretary Hay during recent years, was attributed to a cold contracted on his journey from Washington to Ncwbury on Saturday. The attack is similar t<> the nervous breakdown for which Mr. Hay took a trip to Europe. Dr. J. I.. Cain, the local physician, who was the- fir...

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. — 29 June 1905

*s*r rnvmmttAY by ilu ?<N?>nrac ict has 5; bcrs, ? O.J^a: I hist year $ u. ' :: friends among the ?oh* J. Burke, Biisi ?Mas Mgr. #!.*? Per Year in Adv Ufi-;.* gei kmen and their aid, financi? en* a<ivcrti*ement<? will bcTa ?arKi o1 hcTwite, is by llonif.'tllS per ? for at the ?dt ai the rate of ?cts. perl M,.,. t*>e first insertion. aer | iyF' "" lUU' Our ?? strict secretary. Miss each tmbsequeut iu*ertiou cbanffe is made 'noie ES m>on, took the in.ua trie? a-i.i ro*?I?tionK of r?sped r>e Miarte?! an paid araattei cimr^eof five-rents ?*r line Z fi\rHl! -'.U' elected a Standing Urt'crctaty and treasurer for the ations advocifinq- candi- \ ??it bo charged fur at | diftr'ct* ts per line. ?ff^0 t,,e USl,al S,X de,e" ?ished on appli-j rra^es froJni the district to be sent <Vn of ano?y-!?otheaiiIluul "?*?* that cou? rt rate tice will be ?mini?cations. Whatever is in- , >r publication must be BiglMd , v t>n^s HI writer\* Mime. WAY. JUNE 2". 1905. Lynchbur enti...

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. — 29 June 1905

Zbc Journal, (Entered at the Po?tof}.ce at Mathews Ce H.. V.l.. as aecoud claau matter. ] THURSDAY, - JINK y?. Mfe. ?LITTLE LOCAL HEMS. joints of the People Tersely Told. ISITORS SEEN IN TOWN. Some Going- and Others Re? turning?Local Happen? ings of Interest to All. Miss Mary Crue, of Richmond, is spending her vacation at Bay View Cottage, Gvynns Island. Miss Laura Stevenson of Balti? more is visiting her sister Mrs. J. F. Marchant of this place. Miss Annie T. lludgins left last Monday for the White Sulphur Springs, where she will spend the summer. Wanted- An t xpe r i ene ? d white lady to till position of house? keeper. Address Mrs. Robt. T. .?ais. a r 'ok sai i: CHEAP?a good work and road mare, cow, and calf. Cow gives 3 gallons of milk. Ap? ply at Spring Hill Farm near Mathews C. II. -7-H Fresli meats, fruits, bread also a line line of coffee, tea and every? thing in the fancy grocery line re? ceived fresh weekly. Feed stuff of ^U kinds. ? Ashley Miller, Church St. We have recei...

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. — 29 June 1905

B MAY. ?An Iowj "?"to fall Meridian \* Seco*4 "Aat'n, irritas: ?Ines? rryulttor-of stomach I have ever ?rin.'rt'i/ deserve* hiah ^skillfully prepared. a terrible condition from a case of catarrh of the stomach. il long eeased to be of any good -?resacd me afVr eating. I jeated, lud henrthurn and head i nir. down completely. But? ?weeks after 1 took IVruna I was ged i>er?('ri. A few bottle? of the ne made ? great change, and in months my stomach was cleared of ?*h. and my entire system in a better itioa." Im ncvivr May. rite I)r. Hartman. Pre*ident of rne .-tmAn Sanitarium, Columbu?, O?s to, for ji\edical advice. A1' ?^rreapondence .lla?iV^^vr^.K-.. v ?al. KNOW NOTHING OF SYMPATHY at geling Beyond Lower Animal?, . Say? John Burrough. Ya correspondent asks me to ^ my opinion as to whether or "-?**"n<? any of the dumb animals have sympathy, says John Burrough In Out? ing, and added that a minister at a funeral In their town had said that no animal except man was capable of sympat...

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. — 6 July 1905

?SSSSJBSSSJBSSJPJHBSJBJBSJBSSSJBJBSJBJBJI S*?^ J^^mj^KSSw^HUfi^R THE MATHEWS JOURPaM VOL. II. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY JULY (J, i!K)5. * ?tssHRH THE ANSWERING CHORO. BT HkStiir. R?RD TOSSES. The city's tumult surges hi?<h Here in this noisy, struggling street; With fretful voice an?! hurried feet The restless morning march goen by. A thousand sounds are horn and die. But one, that will not faint nor fail,. Keep? up its alow monotony? An old street-organ's plaintive wail. A beggar, tremulous and blind, la playing dreary airs (hat must Earn from the world a daily ?rust Aa long as weary hands cm grind; But scant the wanes thai ihey hud. For nowhere in the jostling throng Are lives with leisure left to beed The crude petition of a song. Clatter and rush and dust and grime And the hot. tired morning done. But not a listener liad tliey won? The faulty tune, the halting time: When with the sudden noonday chime From out the jingling mcdlev come. Like words of comfort healing i?ain. T...

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. — 6 July 1905

Soul arvesrv thussdai PUBLISHING H>iri-e, Business Far Year in _ advertisements *?? --?, at the rate of SO cts. pec ?rnt insertion, 25 ct*. per kh ?.lU^equcut ?SSsetTassl Juge i? ina.de. i? and resolutions of respect inserted as paid matter for ge of five cents per line is Ron* advocating candi fce will beAchargeU tor at rate* for advertising, [notices 10 cents p<*V line. rates furnished on appli* . will be taken of anony auications. Whatever is iu publicatioci must be signed riter's name. lY, - JULY 6, 1*>05. >vcment which has been establish a hish school ?s C. H. has heretofore located by the Journal, unqualified ap Jibvem^f. ^whieh Furated will, we un conducted as a pri ite enterprise in the beginning, ith the hope that the school au lorities in Mathews will eventu any take hold of the matter and establish a high school as a part of the "blic school system of our count . Under the present school laws the Board of Supervisors have the power to levy for county and distr...

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. — 6 July 1905

h ' ?lbe Journal, [Entered at the Posto? ce st Msthcws C. H., Va., as second class matter. ] IITKSDAY,. - JULY 6. 1905. LITTLE LOCAL ITEMS. ?jjings o? the People Tersely Told. [TORS SEEN IN TOWN. >ome Going and Others Re? turning?Local Happen? ings of Interest to All. r ? Mrs. Cecil Billups and son are guests at Popular Grove. **y>ss Fannie Rock is visiting at the home of H. H. Hale. Miss Susie Rock is visiting at the home of H. H. Hale south of the vil liage. Jno. Blassingham and son, of Norfolk, spent Sunday with his brother, Geo. Blassingham Sr. Capt. Jno. H. Miles and wife left on Monday for a visit to their d?liter, Mrs. Paul Godbey, of Roanoke, Va. Mr. and Mr3. John Foege, with Miss Margueret and John Foege, are spending some time at Bay View Cottage. Wantkd?An experienced white lady to fill position of house? keeper. Address Mrs. Robt. T. Sears. j??n Account of its late arrival, the correspondence trom Laban (Holly Bush) was left out last week. G. W. Burton of Newport N...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 6 July 1905

3oui . B? ?refe.Yeo ^r*?B h Smith. Chancelier of aeon systam of educa 1 r >u?rh the Vir ?in amusing happening him in eartlss days when <>f the engineering party hnwgh the new Stste Une irgtnia and South Carolins, reached a place where the rould evidently cross a little ide?i ever by a not unattrac but when thoy took lunch nospitabte table they had deddsd whether the house r'd be In the one State or the and that was a question in / their hostess showed the k? on ??-rest. i advocating candi- a| supper time, when again the _ will bevebarged foe at vor8 an(i tneJr assistants were rates for advertising. adv-8 guwtg> Dr. Smith was able FooticcK 10 cents* p^f line. ay: "Madame, very little of your r- **? fumis' nN^on apple Is in South Carolina. The hom< CVCKY TBTCSiSOAl PUBLISHING Btirlre, Bwaiwess PtrYesr in Svdyertisemenrs ?** at the rate of 50 eta- ?p*t first iaaertkm, 25 cts. per quent insertion le. resolutions of respect VI ssf> ?* and iutei ted as paid matter for of...

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. — 13 July 1905

THE MATHEWS JOURN vor-, ti. MATH EWS V. II., VA., THURSDAY JULY 13, i!)<>.">. THE STORM KING. I am Storm The King! 1 live in fortress of tire and cloud. You niav Imat my batterie?, sharp and ?o\i<l. la the smnnmr night When I and my lieges ami for the fight, An?i the burche? Sanaa, And the (i'<l.us gi As they bend lifne.ith the terrible spring Of Storm -The King! 1 wi Storm Tie* King! My troops are the M inds and the hail and the rain; My foM the lakes and the leaves and the grain. The obstinate oak That guards his front to my charge and ?tram. The ships on the I be blooflM on the lea. And they ?rrtibe nul break as the war fins ring 1 K .ng! 1 am Storm The King! l-i." an Armada gel ?ail from Spain rtd?e* with blond a maidens reign. 1 baffled the host With bl<>\\ ?n tin fare on the island coast, And tore proud deek To splinters and wreck, Ami toe Sax..n poeta the preise? ?ing Of Stone The King! 1 na Storni The King! I scour the earth and the son and the air. And ...

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. — 13 July 1905

3ourl5 M. ?rvaav thttrso/ uv ?V fublish;,ng co safer*?, Bu?l~ 4B*es* Mgr. Per Yemr isi - A J vanee. "*?i adrertlf at the rat's*u??itK wiJl be Ars* in*efr?tc of 50 eu. per s.h .tid^i rtio-i. 25 et?, pc puj^e i? inmequeut inszrtiou and r?-s?lde im-'i ted -olution? of respect of fi' as paid matter for uve cents per line is ions fee -.? advocating candi rssSwWtll be charged for at [ootio ? for ?*?rti?*ng. _^ es 10 cents per liue. is furnished on appli will be taken of anonv iuications. Whatever is in lublication must be stijiied , ter's name. I, Y, - JULY 13, 1905. ocrath of the Hon. John Icretary of the State, the has suffered a distinct Mr. Hay ha? been in the pub/?^ service for the greater part of his life*^<2/iJ his official and pri? vate life have always been above reproach. He won distinction in his profession, in literature and in state craft, yet the sincerest tri? bute which can be paid to him is the homage which we bestow up? on purity in private life and in tegritv in publ...

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