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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 28 May 1908

Tjfoc Journal, it tl Post < Milco at M.tthow C li.. ttter. .? i . HAY 3 ' LOCAL ITEMS. lVisonal Mentions Around MatbfWS aril Yirinitv. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Treakle are in Baltimore on a pleasure trip. Mr. J. P. Nottingham was in Cape Charles several days list k mm busin?: Ellen Robertson, after ^spending several months in Rich? mond, is at Woodstock. Misses Helen Hud gins and Ht -sie Marchant left to-day for a ! hort slay in Norfolk. Mr. J. Have Marchant and . ol X? v.l?, ni, N. C, is visi? ting relatives here. Pnblic auction at A. Parrish's store. Battery, Saturday, Ma; begintiinu at 10 o'clock. Read the ad of the University ol Virginia, Charlottesville, Va., elsewhere in these colums. Miss Ora McGaffin and Mr. hi McGuffin, v)i GaMipoIis, O., are visiting Miss Willie Kirwan Mr. Cecil Billups of Norfolk, visited his wife and litlle son, >?1, at Poplar Grove, on Saturday. Mr. Harry Treakle. first officer ol the M. & M. T. Co.*8 steamer lea,underwent an operation at the Manne ...

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. — 28 May 1908

^T77.7 . ?SOPHIA ?KITTLE5EN: ?HEALTH VERY POOR RESTORED BY PE-RU-NA. Catarrh Twenty-five Years ?Had a Bad Cough. Miss Sophia Kittlesen. Kvanston, Il? linois. V. S. A., write?: "I nave be?n trouble?! with eatarrh lor nearly twenty-five year? ami have tried nany cures for it, but obtained very little l.elp. " Then my brother advised me to try IVruna, und I dkl. "My health was very poor at the time I ?i taking P?rima. My tliroat was very re and I Bad.a bad eough. "Prnnm h as ru red me. Theehronie ratarrh Is gttne and my health Is rerg much i m prored. 441 recommend P?rima to ?Il my friends who are tr;'ul?'? ' as 1 was." PERUNA TABLETS:-Some people pre? fer^ her than medicine in a Innd i*<fm. Such people can obtain P?rima tab -* . ?hiili 'represent the medicinal ingre/di rnts 01 Peiuna. Each tablet ?equals one average dose of Persas. Man-n-lin the Ideal Laxative. MANUFACTURED BY PERINA DRUG MANUFACTURING COMPANY. COllMBl'S. 0 How we enjoy meeting a man who enjoys pacing his debts! A ...

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. — 4 June 1908

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. V. M ATI IK WS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, JUNK 4, lOOM. NO. 25. We Invite You To Investigate The Merits of S H A L O N P A 1 N T ! It is the Most Durab'e and Economical PAINT Manufactured. ^ We print below a few of the many letters and testimonials which we are constantly receiving from our customers, these letters aie from four of the argest paint uaeis in the city of Norfo ?fjj attest the high quai y of I have about forty houses painted with Shalcn Paint. It has given me better results than any other paint that I have ever used. It is my opinion that it will last one third longer than any other brand on this market. Yours very truly, Henry J. Lambert, Norfolk, Va. Three years ago I commenced to use Shalon Paint under a written guarantee that it would give perfect satisfaction for five years Judging from the condition of my property at this time, I believe that Shalon Paint is all and more than the manufacturers claim for it. Yours very truly, W. D. Seeley, Nor...

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. — 4 June 1908

:o. A 'vanee "***<: lierai Man.? [ sai. w<*uld be greatly in? to its onesjteuoodVnts ?f they ?t??l their n<-\. s letter** so ;is to ** of?ev ?M'torc Wednesday ? "Iff. A great 01 any Hems have to dinhed or he carried over until wins; week and be s?.de r.*;ul because thejt ^o not reach this ? in time. ?es and .resolutions of respect ?iserteil as paid matter for ' five cents per line is ?5?tart( y whatever in putting 1 CM record as stub THL T\:ni'F ISSUE. SP1 Outside ot the intricactfjp of the different schedules of the tariff, purposely ruado obscure and dif? ficult for voters t>> nndetrstand, the question of high or low tariff is the real fact at issue. That plain issue every one can com? prehend. The present tariff was especially designed to protect the trusts and manufacturers from foreign competition, and the question of raising revenue for H oca ting .candi wi.l t?e charged for at - ?u advertising. ices la cents i*er Une. rates furnished on appli tt advertisements ...

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. — 4 June 1908

BOass matter. ^^^^^^^^. op* LOCAL ITEMS. _ Personal Mentions Armin 1 Mathews and Vicinity. Mr. Joe I leal y suent Saturday and Sunday with his mother. Mrs. Sue I leal v. Master James Hosier, of Nor? folk, is visiting at the home of Mr. F. Theodore Miller. Mrs. Leon llo/ier and son, John Bohanndn, of Norfolk, are visiting Mrs. Ashley White. Miss Bertha Miller is spending this week with her sister, Mrs. Willie Stephens, in Norfolk. There will be preaching services at the VVestville Baptist church next Sunday at i i a. in. ami o' p. m. Mr. Willie Parrott, of Norfolk, spent Saturday and Sunday with Ins parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parrott. Miss Marion Turnbull and Mr. Sharp, of Hampton, were quests of Miss Maude Blassingham Sun? day last. Misses Bertha King and Grace Whitehonse, of Norfolk, were quests of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Foster Sunday. Dr. II. W. Lewis, of Rich? mond, was a guest at the hospita? ble home of Mr. A.-C. Wolffc several days last week. Mrs Giles B. Cook and chil? dren, w...

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. — 4 June 1908

ill Y romp? r J , ?cleanses npj? actually, (jno in ovotx'ommg .fitual constipation !maopntly. To get its ji?fietal eWects buy te tfcemnne. lanujacturedi b^tlic , JTOENI? ?O A?RUP Co. XAOING DRUGGISTS- 504 *~-BOTTLE. Lion of Bueno* A y res ?0. of which about dgn. consistir.^ of 'rench, Kngl si? oj " h nu F.ecr.i irfR-.v.*" as with l>est t drug stores. tO volun [Ttirret of the monitoi I Arkansas Favor o I urret and Tly. that Kary mast. he*-**-1 Pialar?a and Build Up the System I imlard Uruv?'s Tasts Yoj know what yoa The formula i* plainly printed wing it is simply <?ui Iron in a tasteless form, and tho Ctual fora. For grown peopl? [Additional Features. ; was cheering his ^i!l ?ast armed foe ex our altars and yotir tlie rotters for m tne preen graves of your ?h?* rooters. inutea later, as the pub Marco himself, ?Jiat cleared the ?nn the game, died glori he home plate.?Chicago Story. Whistler Story. 'illiam If. Chase tells a 1)p on Jimmy, Whistler. dinner parp, after all ? had be...

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. — 11 June 1908

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. Vol.. V. MATHEWS O. II.. VA.. THURSDAY. JUNE 11. 1J>08. NO. 2<i. I I Sll'MIQ. 0, Tret SANDS SMIIi Ylce-Pfus J P. NOTTINGHAM. U.b The L F. 'Mumfurd Banking Co. Po\? Up Copi'ft: $120.000 Sxirplus and Undivided Fronts $75,OOO MATHEWS C. H,. VA. Solicits L' i accounts of firms and individuals and offers to ^"stomers trvery accomodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. AU Money In Vault Covered By Burglar -^ Insurance ?? Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M Transportation: Schedule Norfolk-Mathews Gloucester Route. Old Dominion Steamship Company Change ci Schedule Western Shore Landings NORFOLK, VA., MAY 18TH, 1908 File 119D. Effective Monday, May 18th; the Steamer 4,Mobjack" will perform servie; on the Norfolk and Mathcws and Gloucester Route, as follows: Monday, Wednesday and Friday Lv. Norfolk. Co's Whf 0 30 u.ni. " Toris. North St. Whf 6 13 ' '? Norfolk, Bay Line Whf 7 oo " " Old Point '' " BAST K1VKK " Phll...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 11 June 1908

Zhc Journal. owarMW mtsuht Tmnmiiay ov '<H fcaVAt.Pi/BUSHlHG CO., a SCOO p#r ?*?* ?? A* </*??*."<** ivV ?*>c<*Ln*s, ?General Manag<*?\ Thk Joo**a*. ??mtM b* ?creaky l?> l?*t?ted to H? aurreamoadotttn if they ?ill mail their ?m-w? tetters so as to ?roaeh thru of*?* wntorm Wedneeda} ?morning:. A greaA ?rany items hare ro Ko toi punished or %e earried over until ano following ?ees and I*? ?tale read* og because Qsog 4o ?sot r*ach this jffice iu tiusc. Obituaries aJvd resolutions o? respect *n only be inserted a* paid matter for ?hieb a chaxg? o? Av-t^wU per line is ii.id?. Communications advocating candi? al ttes for ofli?* wi,\ he chargent for at !?egular line ratea for advartising, Readiug notices 10 cents per fine. Contrae* raies furnished on appli? cation. .Ml transient advertisements vil I be charged for at the rate of 50 cts, per inch for the fin?t insertioo, 25 cts. per inch for each subsequent iusertion ? hen no change is made. THURSDAY. JUNE It. 1908. RICH...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 11 June 1908

?bt journal. Entered at ti Po?t Office at Mathcw C H.. Va.. a* second-class matter. APPOINTMENTS MATIIEWS C1RIT1T, dem, ist Sunday ) n A. M. 2d " >ii A. M. 4th M ) 3 P. M. Central, 2d Sunday ) 7x/i P. M. 3d M > il A. M. 4th " ) il A. M. Gwynns Is., ist Sunday ) 3P. M 3.?i " I 3P. M. Crab ?ecle School House, 2d Sun., 3 P. M Richard Ferguson. P. C. THURSDAY. JUNE 11, '.908. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinity. Mrs. \V. G. Lane, jr., is visit? ing her sister, Mrs. Walter Stoakes. Mrs. Robert Tabb. of Rich? mond, is the guest of Hon. and Mrs. Geo. Y. Hunley. ? Miss Mamye Sadler of Hookem fare is in Richmond visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Charles R. Bur? nett, of Richmond, have been re? cent guests at Poplar Grove. Judge Garnett, J. Boyd Sears and L. C. Garnett left on Tues? day for the Roanoke Convention. r Mrs. ?. H. Spencer and Mrs. *^ Dolliver are guests of the former's sister, Mrs. E. M. Blake, at Hotel Mathews. Mr. and Mrs. Tankard Roberts...

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. — 11 June 1908

QUEEN OF ACTRESSES PRAISES PE-RU-NA. Ml?? JULIA MARLOWE. "1 nm glnd Ut trritr my cn<lnr*c tnrut ?>/' tht' fjrfnt ?rnicdi/. IVru?ui. I i/??s<? mosi/ifd rt ily. "?.lull a Mtt riowrr. \nv raaacdy that l>enefit8 ?Ii^ost ion .:t heua th? uuvas. '1 tif nerve cent?n raajaorc nutrition. If M~m??' digvction 1^ impaired, the nenre ?enters ? anemic, and nenroua debility i? the n-sult. -???????-????????????????-????????*???????>-?-???' ? t ? JV'rwwi is ???>f n itrrvine tt'*r a j[ ? *ffmi?/<mf // Itrnt'/its Ihr man ? by hvnrfltina ilif^'slfnu. Nllimn<MMM???MMMI>?????> Penuta been the stomach of catanrnal congestions and normal dig?*t*tmn ?a the result. In ?>tl fr words, Pernna p<?cs to the bot? tom of the whole difficalty, when the dis ajirooaLlr Bjrmptoma disappear. afra, J. ?. Jamiaoa, Wallace, Cal., traitas: "I ?ral trmibh^d with my stomach for eix jreara. Waa treated by three doctora. Tbey sud that I had nervona dyapepaia. I ama pul on a liquid dirt for th...

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. — 18 June 1908

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. V. MATTHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1?J08. NO. *27. We Invite You To Investigate The Merits of SHALOM PAINT! It is time Most Durable and Economical PAINT* Manufactured. We print below a few of the many letters and testimonials which we are constantly receiving from our customers. These letters are from four of the largest paint users in the city of Norfo k, ard attest the high qualify of I have about forty houses painted with Shalon Paint. It has given me bttter results than any other paint that I have ever used. It is my opinion that it will last one third longer than any other brand on this market. Yours very truly, Henry J. Lambert, Norfolk, Va. Three years ago I commenced to use Shalon Paint under a written guarantee that it would give perfect satisfaction for five years Judging from the condition of my property at this time, I believe that Shalon Paint is all and more than the manufacturers claim for it. Yours very truly, W. D. Seeley, Norfolk, ...

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. — 18 June 1908

Zbe tourn?t . BV r i IXC I - \ , r in A?! . | os. jK. j rai Manager. \; amultl be in !>p Mwlents if ? mail tlieir lu-u - before Wednesday A great many items have lo puMishc't ?u DC carried over until (fW following week ant be stale i tuae tbej. dm not reach this m time. ? > ?ituaries and n olutiona.?J real .o? only be inserted is paid matter tor h a charge oi live ?ems per Upe is Coumnupicattpna advocating candi ,iit"> t-i oOiee "alii be charge?! foi aJ . ir line rates for advertising. Reading notices 1\) cent* per line. Contract rates furnished on appli ' Ml. AH tr.in-.ient advertisements wlllb? ?-I) i at the ?ate of $0 ..?*.-. per Jucb tor the first insertion, 25 cts. pcf i.icb .\>r each SHpseuueul tn>eilion no chantre is made. THURSDAY. JUNE 18, RQANOKE CONVENTION. The Democratic Convention, I at Rouiiuke last week, has istrated tine: things: That .i. J.eunii - le choice finia Democracy as ils itef'ir the Presidency; that v rv> icK 1 '.miel is still the I of Vir...

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. — 18 June 1908

UIx 3ournal. .it H 1 ? at Mathew 1'. H.. V.-.. a? second-cl.i as matter. IATUEWS CIBCU1T, lletn, ISt Sundav ) n A. If, 2(1 M ?- il A. M. AtO M ) 3 P. M. Central, 2d Sundav ) 71- 1*. M. ?d " . ?i A. M. Ath " ) n A. M. Gwynna Is., ist Sunday ? }P. M *l f3P. M? I) Neck School House, 2*1 Sun., 3 P.M. Richard Fbb P. C. THURSDAY. JUKE IB? ,-90& LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Aroun-l Mathews ami Vin* nit v. Mrs. J. T. Nottingham is on the sick list. Mr. E. Baker, of Richmond, is in town this week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sibley left Sunday to visit friends in Norfolk. Dr C. C. White wis in Balti? more several days last week on business. Rev. and Mrs. Richard Fergu? son spent last week with friends in Ashland. Mr. G, S. Marchant and wife left Wednesday for a week's stay at Virginia Beach. Read the ad of William and Mary College, which appears else? where in this issue. Miss Georgia James left Friday for a week's visit to relatives and friends in Hampton. Mrs. lic.ssie Leach, of N...

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. — 18 June 1908

OlUC WOMAN'S ?MM RANCR. Woman Huttrrm Tortures For Year*. Racked and torn with terrific pains, nightly annoyed by kidney Irregular! tn*?s. Mrs. A S Fajai, of KO I Third So.. Columbus. Miss., suffered for years. She says: 'The pains In my hack, sides and loins were so terrible that I often sreoth ered a scream. Every move meant agony. My rest was broken by a troublesome weakness and the secretions seemed to burn like acid I was in an awful condition and doctors did not seem to help. Doan's Kidney Pilis bene? fited m^ from the first and soon made me a strong and healthy woman." For sale by all dealers. BO cents a box. Foster-MilburnCo.,Buffalo, N Y. How Scarecrow Farns His Wage>. As he stands in the middle of tn" flat Suffolk field there is little to show that ho is not the ordinary inanimate scarecrow. He stands mo? tionless for flve minutes at a time, and only when a bird is tempted by the fresh corn just appearing ahov ? tue ground does he show any sign of life. But then it is 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. — 25 June 1908

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. V- \^m\\\\\\\\\\\\\m\^m\\\\\\\m\M MATHEWS ?. II., VA.. THURSDAY, JUNE 25, lDOH.^^^^^^^^^^^H *y0. L L HUUrOftD. Prei S4NOS SUIIB Yice-Prus I t. ROTTINGBAI, 1Mb The L. E. Mumfont Banking Co. Puid Up Capital $120,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits $75.000 ? MATHEWS C. tt.f VA. Solicits t' n. accounts of firms and individuals and offers to ""stomers every accomodation consistent with good banking Interest .Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Money In Vault Covered ?y Burglar j& Insurance ?& Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M Established in I&62. C S. Schermerhorn (EL Son, RECEIVERS. SHIPPERS. DEALERS. Grain, Hay and Mill Feeds, %?d Oats, Linseed Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Gluten Feed. Also Distributor? of the Purina Poultry Feeds. 127 and 129 Cheapside, Near Pratt Street, Baltimore, Md. Transportation: Schedule Korfolk-Matbews Gloucester Roate. Old Dominion Steamship Company. Change of Schedule Western Shore Landings FUS 1190 NORFOLK, VA.f MAY...

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. — 25 June 1908

"?bc journal. ? 1 ?ut I Mai in r ill tu.?il II a 1 111,111V 1 * reach this in liine. < I luanes luttons of re illy be ! i i Id inatl li a char** uta por ? mo is made. inmrmicution** ;?..? ; candi ,1 ?..??, for oflice wi.i be charged for at ? !;?f line rates for a-l\ci tiso.g. Read i o; (>ei line vl oil aj>plt caiion. AH transient advertisement puhargeti tor at t<. e rato - e ?? for the first i ich for each leut m-; vhen no change : - TUCKS PAY. JUS We ?re gladl' column for ihc , full account of the Wotnans' For-^ (imi M issionar** C ml -. 2,which was held at Si. . Church, ithews Circuit,on I he i6th, 17th and 1 Sth of t nth. WOMAN'S FOREIGN COX , FERE? The members of . F. M. S. ol the Rap pa hau nock District, after ;i pleasant trip, through th< ?kin.; pt. McO< >nald : ucr I at J )iggs tvhai 1 ; P. M.. June 15, 19 >8 Here, ' 11 < f the Rev. W. T.. Wate, our pastor, the} e met by a c< : e, w !..> ( nveyd them to homes when t hey v*. ? ; feil, and can ...

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. — 25 June 1908

Zhi 3curnal. ? >...? niikt' al b r. Tlll*KKl>.\Y. JUW LOCAl ITEMS. Personal Mont tons Around Mat hews ;inl Vicinity. Mr. Howard N , of Kich 1 is spending this week with friends hero. Mr. J. F. Hughes, o? Str? Middlesex Conuty, visited friends kin Mathewa last week. Mr. S. Ci. Miller, of Baltimore, is spending iliis week with his daughter, Mrs. K. R. Hoskins, at "Spring Hill." Rev. Richard I >n and wife returned last Saturday from their visit toAshlaild and Amelia. 1 le filled his appointment Sunday at Central and Gwynns Island. POUND A Waterman's Ideal l/ountaiti Pen, found in the road by Mr. Percival Hicks, was left at this office to be returned to the owner upon payment of this no? tice. Oriental Lodge, N ?. 20, A. F. & A. ol., met Wednesday, June 24, at their hall here in celebrationoi John the Baptist Day. A large number were present and they report a good meeting. ^ Among the guests at II ^Mathews this weak were: Dr, (lohen, Richardson, Fitzhugb, l? .m a K. Charles...

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. — 25 June 1908

YOU'RE TOO THIN. JEW? SH/tht Cata +wwJ Derangements if the St&ma. h Predwc* Acid Fer? mentation of the Food. It's Stomach Catarrh Nom?? people ?re thin and always re? main thin, fr>>m temperamental rea? son*. Probably in such catee nothing can be d<?uo to change this personal peculiarity. Hut there arc a large number of peo? ple who get thin, or remain thin, who naturaMy would In* plump and fleshy but for MMM digestive derangement. Thin people lark In adipose Usewe. Ad: MM is chiefly composed of fat. Fat is derived from th? oily constit? uents of food. Tho fat making foods are called by tho physiologist, hydrocarbons. Thl3 class ol foods are not digested in the utoiiia.-h at all. They are digested in the duodenum, the division of tho all* mentary eanal Just below tho stomach. Th? QJSJBsttoo of Cat 1? mainly, if not wholly, tho work of tho pancreatic Juice. This Jalee is of alkaline reac? tion, and is rendored iucrt by tho addi? tion of aeid. A hyperacidity of tho digest...

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. — 2 July 1908

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. V. MATHEWS C. IL, VA., THURSDAY, JULY 2, lOOS. XO. 25). We Invite Ycu To Investigate The Merits of SHALON PAINT! | . It is time IVIost Durable and Economical PAINT Manufactured. We print below a few of the many letters and testimonials which we are constantly receiving from our customers. These letters are from four of the arp-est paint users in the citv of Norfo'k. and attest the high quali y of I hwe about forty houses painted with Shalon Paint. It has given me better results than any other paint that 1 have ever used. It is my op.nion that it will last one third longer than any other brand on this market. Yours very truly, Henry J. Lambert, Norfolk. Va. Three years ago I commenced to use Sha^n Paint under a written guarantee that it would give perfect satisfaction for five years Judging from the condition of my property at this time, I believe that Shalon Paint is all and more than the manufacturers claim for it. Yours very truly, W. D. Seeley, Norfolk, ...

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. — 2 July 1908

ournal. ??M. I a~k <? ir m Advance. ~*a Min i i k, Kditpr. U i: Man Id be greatly !? lents if tbey mail their ?kw? letters so .is t?> IBCS liclorr \\Vdti.^d:?\ 'nxunnig. A gie.it many items have *<> Wo ?unpublished or Im? carried ?vt?r until I lowing we?k and be stale read > do not reach this o? time. Obituaries and rssolutkms of respect ?m only bC inserted as paid matter for avhtch a charge of five cents per liue is 01 ule. ? CotnmuntcatKma advocating- candi - il itcs for office will be charged for at Vesrwlar line rates for advertisituc. Heading notices 10 cents per line. ? tract rates furnished 01. appli? cation. ? - All transient advertisements will he charged for at the rate of 50 cts. per "inch for the first insertion. 25 Cts. pet Inch for each subsequent insertion ?vhen no-change is made. THURSDAY, JULY 2, ?908. Why is it that with all th?*ir pro gressiveness along other lines the people of Mathews are so slow in lending their meaos and moral support to the est...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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