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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 13 July 1905

XLbc Joutnal, (Entered at the Poatoffice at Mathews C. H., Va., as ?ecood class matter. ) THUK8DAY, - JULY 13, 1905. ?ITTLE LOCAL ITEMS. Doings o? the People Tersely Told. VISITORS SEEN IN TOWN. sWne Going and Others Re? turning?Local Happen? ings of Interest to All. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bill tips re? turned to their home in Norfolk on Wednesday. ?R Sale:? Forty acres good ^r land on Haven Road. A bargain. S. E. Richardson. C. R. Smithers has returned to his home in Newport news after d three week visit in Mathews. Miss Selma Ware expects to leave Monday next for North Car? olina. Bro. Snyder, who has been preaching at Macedonia church thavlweek, will preach there Sun? day night at eight o'clock. Wanted?An experienced white lady to fill position of house? keeper. Address Mrs. Robt. T. | Sears. There will be a Sunday School picnic *at Macedonia church on Wednesday, July 19, beginning at 4 P. M. Refreshments will be SOajH^ night. Come. The Rev. E. L. Powell, of Louisville, Ky., who is v...

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. — 13 July 1905

CONSTAI It? - al! t "I'l"''It' . wearies y S ?t Il H Mr of m riu*rry gt -r or fi for the Trnna tinenta I Co., say ? ???y fills for 1. i-he and ot symptom? of 1 im?j trouble wl had nuiKiyed ?n? *?*- I thinf r%li was reepot i f?>r the w? ACHING, time. Spoils roar i. -'.he hjh.'i.l i ?vs- fcotn'a fb '/ rhen?ud up t/> d.i **-??? urrenc<> of 1 I >nb!e." Doan'sKMn. are for sale by all dealer* pr?,v ta per hox. Fos ter-MUburn ?, alo N. Y. ? ttle in my kid ? ?Mils rooted it His since I nurd ?.here has been no F>lgh ten d by Degrees. Id a small ]?t!)-.M of Kansas not long 'ie lncjr i\ ' ?als interested in san Itsrj measnf ?-..- encaged the services **"^T Chicsffo to lecture on baet?>rn 'n the audience were a man and his wife, the gardener and housekeeper of the leading citizen of the town. Th? se worthy people, entire? ly Ignorsn 1 ot the suhject of the lec? turer's discourse, had been attracted to the hsll ! y the announcement that mngic lantern views would be exhlhit T...

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. — 20 July 1905

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. ' VOL. II. . MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY JULY 20, ?905. NO. '&2\ FATE. The nky 1? clouded. the rock? ar*? bare! The ?prav of the teinpe?t i? white in air; The winds aro out with the wave*, at play. And I ahall not tempt the ?tea to-day. The trail is narrow, the wood is dim. The panther dines to the arching limb; And the hon'a wnelps are abroaa at play. And ? shall not join in the chase to-day. But the ship sailed safelv over the sea, And the hunters came from the chase in ?lee; And the town that was buildi'd upon a rock .Was swallowed up in the earthquake shock. -Bret Harte. ************* ************ ANIGHT OnThlT PUY'CLALLAM. <<?- o?o?o??> Bj OTIS LAMDSEER SSDWTt ******?****#* +****??#**** LL wild boasts ?re now ? Brack inoro afraid of men than in former times, and _ this droad of mankind has ? M Increased as human weap? ons bsve grown moro deadly. Once and once only have I seen a panther that was other than a skulk? ing, timorous brute. Intent o...

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. — 20 July 1905

journal, JO w *? ? ' J* TIURSDAT aTY ?RNAL PUBLISHING CO., John J. Burke, Business Mgr. AI $1.00 Per Year in Advance.-??: All transcient advertisements will be chanced for at the rate of 50 cts. per lach for the first insertion. 26 cts. per inch for each subsequent insertion ?vhen no change la made. Obituaries and i esolutions of respect can only be inserted as paid matter for which a charge of Sve cents per line is made. Communications advocating- candi? dates for office will be charged for at regular line rates for advertising. ???juliug notices 10 cents per line. Contract rates furnished on appli? cation. No notice will be taken of anony? mous communications. Whatever is in? tended for publication must be signed with the writer's Mame. THURSDAY, - JULY 20, 1905. Gen. James H. Jf the Agricultural and Mechanical Col? lege of Auburn Alabama is visit? ing his brother. Dr. Thos. B. Lane at "Woodstock" and paid the Journal office a pleasant call on Monday. Gen. Lane entered the army as...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 20 July 1905

be 3ournal, r at the Postoffice ai Mathews [. Va., a? second clasa matter. J SDAY. - JULY 20, 1905. LOCAL ITEMS. pngs of the People Tersely Told. ?SITORS SEEN IN TOWN. Some Going and Others Re? turning?Local Happen? ings of Interest to All. Read the Journal. Maynard Street of Saluda spent ?everaL days in Mathews this weekW For Sale?One fresh Jersey cow, of best stock in the county. Apply at this office. For Sale?Or trade for a ca? noe, 5 fresh milch cows. Apply to C. E. Diggs, Cardinal, Va. For Sale:? Forty acres good timber land on Haven Road. A bargam. S. E. Richardson. ThWtev. Jno. J. Pusey will de? liver his lecture on 4,Gen. Robert E. Lee" on next Tuesday night July 25th at the Court House. Wanted?An experienced white lady to fill position of house [eeper. Address Mrs. Robt. T. ?cars. NOTICE? I have six thorough fbred badger Beagle dogs for sale. Ai-^J to Win. P. Hudgins near Redart. Archdeacon Moncure of Rich? mond will preach in Christ Church at 11 A. If., Trinity at 3.30 P. ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 20 July 1905

A VETERAN OF THE BLACK HAWK MEXICAN AND THE CIVIL WARS. CAPT. W. W. JACKSON. Suffering* Ufers l*rotrar'?l and Severe ? Tried gOsry Knntrn fiewdy Without Rf lief?Serious Womarh Trouble Cured by Three Bottle* of Prruna ! C*nt. W. W. Jackson, 708 G St., N. W.. Washington. P. ('.. writes: "I am righty-three years old. a veteran of the Black Hawk. liextCSa and the Ciril Wars. -I am bv profession a physi? cian, but abandoned the same. "Some year? ago I iras seriously affected, %e'th catarrh of the stomach. M\t BUffif ring? were protracted and tevere. I tried every Is no ten remedy without obtaining relief. "In desperation I began the i* *e of your Peru.na. 1 begun to realize imm?diate though gradual t m pm ce? ment. "After the use of three bottles every appearance of my complaint was removed, an? I hare no hesitation in recommend it as an infallible remedy for that dis ? " -W. W. Jackson. ?r. S. B. Hartman, President Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, THAQS Concentrai ^AI?K. Crab Orchard WATER...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 27 July 1905

THE MATHEWS VOL. II. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY J O U RN Al3 JULY 27, ??K)r>. NO. &i. A PARABLE OF PROGRESS. Aid the placid pool to the rippling rill. Aa it rollicked along on its way down the hill: **Oh, stay with me here! It is foolish and wrong For you to forever be rushing along, btop here on the heights; for, as sure aa you flow, ? You will onlv sink further and further be? low. You are uoisy and boisterous: be quiet ?nd bear The choir of the pong-birds carolling near. He contented, my brother, and patiently try To remain where the CJod of the clouds made you be. It is wiser and easier far to lie still." t?aid the placid pool to the rippling rill. ?Said the rippling rill to the placid pool, As it lay in the shadows so quiet and cool: "I know it is easy and pleasant to stay In one's flower-circled ned on the hillside all day* lhat each leap leaves ase lower; and that, M I flow, ~ Some desert of death assj await ine below. f Yet some spirit impels, in such magical way. T...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 27 July 1905

3outnal, avrni TircssnAv n^ . JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO.! Joba J. Burke, ^usine?? Mgr. ?*~ Kt tl.on Per Year In Advance, "^t All tranncieut advertisements wilt be charjje?! for at the rate t?f 50 cts. per Inch lor the first insertion. 2* ct?. per Inch lor each subsequent insertion ?rheei no change ?a naade. Obitnarie* and resolution* of resjvet can only be mserteU as paid matter for which a charge? of rive cent* per line i* ssads> Communications advocating candi dasen far office w?l l?e charged Tor at regular line rates for advertising. ?heading notices lO cents per line. Contract rates furnisheel u? appl? cation. No notice will be talusa of anony? mous communications. W?atever is i.i tended for publication must be signed with the writer's name. THURSDAY. - JULY 27, 1905. MR. SEARS CANDIDACY. In the candidacy of Hon. J' l5oyd Sears for the Democratic nomination for the Senate of Vir? ginia the Democrats of Mathews have the opportunity not only to honor themselves and one of their cou...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 27 July 1905

e Journal, ai the Poatott?ce at Ma the w h ? Va., as second class matter. J Y, - JULY 27, 1?X)5. ?MTTLE LOCAL ITEMS. Doings o? the People Tersely Told. ? VISITORS SEEN IN TOWN. Some Going and Others Re? turning?Local Happen? ings of Interest to All. Mrs. E. E. Bomar, of Rich? mond, is visiting at Poplar Grove. *rxR Sa..k?One fresh Jersey clsJ, of best stock in the county. Apply at this office. Miss Mabel Foster i~ visiting at her Uncle's, Mr. Henry Sibley, this week. Miss Virginia Call Dickenson of Richmond is visiting Mrs. I nslic C. Garnett. Frank Alvoy of lkiltimore is visiting Mrs. Josephine B. Hun le# Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Christian of Norfolk, are visiting at the home of J. T. Christian. Mrs. Webb of Norfolk is visit iug at the home of J. T. Christ? ian. For salb cheap, a lot of new lumber at Central Church. Apply to^^ S. Marchant. W)i. Julius G. Miller of Haiti more is in the County this week visiting friends. For SALS?Or trade for a ca? noe, 5 fresh milch cows. Apply to C. E. D...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 27 July 1905

AIUS NATURE'S WORK EFFECT OF ACETYLENE RAYS ON GROWTH OF PLANTS. O row ft* TwlM Aftaal W?ICM ?f Tbon ??H??? to SuollKlit Only ? I.at??t rietmry T?r ThU N?w and U?antiful Ill.mt???t. ^aaxperimcTits recently made at )rur1l Vniverslty prove that the beau p*. go I rays from the ga?. acetylene, are in .-ffecttve as sunlight on the growth nf ??lants. snd this may soon become a itildect for a?rions consideration by all progressive cultivators of the soil. The remits of the experiments are astonishing, inasmuch as they show luslvely the great Increase of growth attained by supplementing lac Light of Nature" with "The Light ?f Acetylene" during the hours in m Inch the plants would otherwise he in darkness. For Instance, a certain number of radish plants subjected to ??tylene light during the night grew ? o twice the actual weight of the same number of radishes given daylight only, other conditions being eipial. and ijeas had blossomed and partially ma? nured poda with the help of acetylene g...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 3 August 1905

? THE MATH EWS VOL. II. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY AUGUST ii. i?05. XO. 34. COT TO ?tV ALONO. What's the o* . sin? a K Rainy da ?er along! Hurricane a strong L Time is a-fljin' -is a Hvm your soul ?an , you've got to pull or tide a-runnin' What's the dusty Didn't t have . What's the never Time ia n' fer the dead an' Didn't they weepin'? World will ir tears: a*flvin'? Take the world atJT Travel soon is enough f When the Sha_, an' daisies-o'er the breast. Time ia a-flvin'-is a-rfyin'! . Time isa fly: |y?n'! Atlanta Constitution. tented?an' the old ; there'll be time comes an' scatters dust THE WHITF LIES OF JULIETTE Inconv?.nonce of Always Telling the Trota Pointed Out in a Girl's Journey. row k tae J'Y????-'?. t*t HSR FATUEB WTHEU - No one possibly feel more than 1 your rc roa/Uies yesterday morn? ing wIh?u I was just leav? ing: for Cherbourg with my poverness. Miss Harriet, and my little brother. Paul. In .spit.? of your having forbid? den It. th? last tblug I did before my depart...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 3 August 1905

r- V ?be journal, manten rvmv Tnn?sr?\Y av JOVRNAL PUBLISHING CO., John J. Buik?, Bust ties? Mgr. ?+^Kt $1.00 Per Year in MlSaalH ?, All tranacient advertisement* will l>e Ch.trgoil for at the rate of 5*> cts. jxm Inch for the first insertion, 25 ct>. |x%r inch tor each subsequent insertion *"hen no change is made. Obituaries and resolutions of respect Can only be inserted as paid matter for which a charge of rive cents per line is made. Communications advocating candi? dates for otrice wi" be charged for at regular line rates for advertising. ?**!ading notices 10 cents j>er line. Contract rates furnished on appli? cation. No notice will be taken of anony? mous communications. Whatever is in? tended for publication must bo signed with the writer's name. THURSDAY, - AUGUST 3, 1?X>5. In the last issue of the Journal we undertook to analyse the small opposition to Mr. Sears in this county and the cause of the exag? gerated reports of same. Some few supersensitive (? ) ci...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 3 August 1905

H.. Journal, ft the Posto?Hce at Mathews ?. as stBcood etnas matter. J IRSDAY. AUGUST 3, 1905. LI HIE LOCAL ITEMS. ?oings of the People Tersely Told. VISITORS SEEN IN TOWN. Some Going and Others Re? turning?Local Happen? ings of Interest to All. \ Read the Journal and get all the county news. For sai.k chkap, a lot of new [umf^ at Central Church. Apply to G. S. Marchant. Richardson, the old Druggist is doing businoss at the same old stand. Ice cream soda on Satur? days IOC. For sali: Thoroughbred Ply? mouth Rock Cockerals. Come quick and take your pick. A. F. Marchant, Mathews C.H. F^^p in Mobjack on Sun? day morning, a skiff. Apply to John K. Snow, Susans Ya. Wanted to employ a white man as sawyer for my mill. Must un? derstand machinery. Apply to S. Curtis Hughes. Holdcroft, Va. $t Mr. and Mrs. Perry Williams and Mr. Joseph S. Smith of lial titia^P are visiting Mr. Daniel Le frier near Williams Wharf. For BALK? A bay mare colt, two years old last spring. Well grown and line lookin...

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. — 3 August 1905

s**l ."'-' ??'*' ??? " 1 MISS ELLA OFF, Indianapolis, Ind. SUFFERED FOR MONTHS. Pe-ru-na, the Remedy That Cured Mi?* KhS OIT. 1127 Linden St., Indian apolis. Ind., writt*: "I ?ufferrd with a ru rt ((men roti ?i* if it/for?, for several mo>if'i.i. ttml feared that I troutd ha>e In girr up ut y work. "'>nj'?,,e*>:>ifr the* advire nf n phgsl ? 0<aif. hr prrtcrhed n tonir. I fou ml. hmrrrrr, that it ttid me no gnnd. Ost srrkinn the advtrr nf nur druggist, lir asked me tn try I*- runa. lu n few terries / hegau Infer? and art like a titfferent person. M?/ a ipetitr in? creased, I d<d not h%Ve that u-orn nul feeling, and I c?uld slcp spit ?i d i tilg. Jti a enuple of ?ion//? s / MNftS entirely rernvrred. I thank i/ou for ?\rKat your medicine his dnne for me. "-Ella Off. -*" "^^VriTc Dr. Hartman. President of The Hartman Sanitarium. Columbus, Ohio, for free medical advice. All corteapondence is held ntrirtly eon?.lential. cMApjl. CRAB ORCHARD 3 WATER IS A CERTAIN CURE F...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 10 August 1905

THE MATHEWS VOL.11. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY AUGUST ?O, 1905. NO. HX. JOURNAL. THE ROADSIDE SPRINC. ? ST SATB4K 1?. OBNES. I remember a spot the roadside nigh. Beneath a spreading and noble oak, Where a little npring opened it? lust: <i? That blinked frith so merry and wist- a look That hardly a traveler lx.*nt to sip The araras <>f it? pintle weleor.ing. But breathed .? prayer, ;is they touched hia lip. Upon the roadside spring. The dust-covered tramp there paused to sit. And the footsore p?*ddler a near would take The load from his back, and there pause a bit, His burning thirst in the shade to slake; And tin- saca in the (i<>!'U ?rere at noon its guest? When they opened their lunch-packs un? der the tree, aw And there all merrily rang their jests, P As they quaffed of its waters free ?*. \Vhen I ?manced to be gathering berries near, Full oft I clambered the rails to ?tip The limpid life of its honest ebner With ? grateful heart and a thirsty lip; t)r, whenever ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 10 August 1905

XLbe journal, issrm> r.vrnv tht?si>av av JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO., Jobas S. Burke, Business Mgr. fl9>'?\i, ft. ?M I?ec Tear in Ad vanee. ^T. Ail tranacient advertisements will tie cSiS?JTr?ed for at the rate of 50 cts. }>er lac?* fen the first insertion, 25 cts. ci ine? sor jach subsequent iuserlion wbrsi ato Ciungc i * nudo. OMtuaries and resolutions of respect can only be inserted as paid matter for which a charge of five cetats per line is ?nade. Communication* advocating candi dates for office will be charged for at regular line rates for advertising **^adiug notices 10 cents per line. Contract rales furnished ou appli? cation. No notice will be taken of anony? mous communications. Whatever is in? tended for publication nmst be signed with th? writer's name. THURSDAY, - AUA217BT 10, 1905. THE MANN LAW. Xhe "Xfann Law** is an amend? ment to the general revenue law, I just seven lines in length, and pro? vides the method of securing a li? cense to sell liquor in the coun...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 10 August 1905

?AY, AUGU? ?LE LOCAL ITEMS. gs o? the People Tersely Told. ;it1s seen in tcw?l orne Going and Others Re? turning?Local Happen? ings of Interest to All. Mr. Perry of Millsborough, Del., - inJfes/n this week. Miss Bessie Trader of Fitchetts left yesterday for Richmond. Miss Emily Blake of Richmond, is ?spending some time at the home of Dr. [Blake, at Cobbs Creek. For sale cheap, a lot of new Cumber at Central Church. Apply to G. S. Marchant. Ifrs. Mary Davis is on a visit [to relatives in New Jersey this |veekJ?B For Sale?A canoe, length 33 eet, in good condition. Wm. T. p.ipley. New Point, Va. Thomas Billups of Birmingham Ala. is spending several months at his home ["Green Mansion." ST. J. J. Haley and Miss Frances of Richmond are at "Poplar LisjaajUMinie Hughes and Miss Klsic Hodsoflr^vho have been visiting Mi*s Kllcn Douglas Garnett, have returned t 1 their home in Richmond. Richardson, the old Druggist is doing businoss at the same old stand. Ice cream soda on Satur? days IOC. For...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 10 August 1905

F ;NTY YEAftS Of IT. ??au IS?K?S by D la (>?>????. Tortor?! Wllk ? irsfsl ?net KM??? l'alssa. H tory Boule, cobbler, of llsmmond? port. S. Y.. sny?.: ?Si net? Doan'* K d Pills cured m? right years ?ko. |*VU renrhed sev? enty and hope (?? live many year* longer. But twenty yenra aanj 1 luid kidney trouble no bad 1 could not work. Backache wa? persist, nt nnd It UUS agony to lift anything. Crnvel, whirling hrndnehea, dizziness nud ter? rible urinary disorders ran MM down from 168 to ion pound?. Darters told IN I hud dinbotrs and could not live. I was wretched and hopeless wnon I begun using Doan's Kidney Pills, but they rured me eight year? as? and I've been well ??ver since." Foatrr Milburn Co.. BufTalo, N. f. For sale by nil dealers. Price. BO cents per 1h>x. Record in Golden Weddings. A unique record Is claimed by Sir Henry and Lady Bemroso, who recent? ly celebrated their golden wedding, and were- In honor of that event pre? sented with a handRome silver rose vane by the ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 17 August 1905

MATHEWS JOURNAL' VOL. IL MATH EWS C. IL, VA, THURSDAY AUGUST 17. ??05. XO. <M. l) TORTILLON. (I ?HEKE is Tortillon! Tliore is Tortillon!" cried a few frightened voices fn the vil? las?-. At tlie crj twenty countrywomen in various stages of agitation appeared at their doors, and began to call tlieir children. "Bernard! BS|Mt! come in at once! Prosper! Claudine! here, immediately. What, Joseph, you rogue, you will not come? Rosalie. Just wait till I catch you!" Then Other names were shouted loud ?y. "Lucienne! Coralie! F'ierre! Celes tin!" The fathers did not say any? thing, hut pulled ears frpely, and mofe than one hoy sereamed. ? Evidently something of dire import was about to occur, to thus rouse the sleepy little borougf? from its natural lethargy. Suddenly there appeared at the far? ther end of the street, usar Use irai house?, a quasi, grotesque, almost mon? strous tiguro. It liMiked at first like a heap of colored rags, propelled forward hy distressful jerks. The liuinan fra...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 17 August 1905

Cbc/3ciup.al, ? ?M? i>W BY JOURNAL PI NT [SHING CO., John J. Bu - Mgr. ?r*~\i $1.00 Per Year In Advance."*** All transeient a?u-ertlsements will be charged for a?. * ie rate of ?O ct*. per Inch for C?o Re*.; insertion. 25 cts. ]?cr Inch for each lubsaquent insertion when no ch.a'V?e i* made. Obituario* and resolution* of respect Can only be Inserted as paid matter for which a charge of five cents per line is made. Commnnica;,ons advoc; .Ing- candi? dates for o nice will be c rged for at regular liue rates for advert?; **?.adirag notices 10 cents per line. Contract rates furnished on appli? cation. No notice will be taken of anony? mous communications. Wh.vic-y ,'c is in? tended for publication must be signed with the writer's name. THURSDAY, - AUGUST 17, 1905. OFFICIAL BALLOT. ?DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY E LECTIONTOBE HELDON AUG. 22. 1905. For United States Senator: Thomas S. Martin. Andrew Jackson Montague. For Governor: Wm. Hodges Mann. Claude A. Swanson. Jos. E. Willard, ?tTsftP^- Vfi...

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