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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 17 August 1905

Otcx 'Ctmning >f a pro the in bhburg, flic City Coun bwer branch, to securing tor their milch present in the Haimed adulterated and thai as long lhey cannot pro \m:\k thai is required nance. They claim tiffs, such as brkti. peanut hulls, and beirg sold here Tempts to escape within the past rho was awaiting ^mi on a charge of m that institution ifT Wood wen? to 1 lenry. who Wal id j<t' the stairway stepped out as i ! around the cages. ?i in hiding on Mas his home being in tody, of Petersburg, lecond Battalion ol Regiment, Virginia | anointed the following \ t\ non-commissioned l/oberts, Clifton Forge, d adjutant ; J. I>. Bo lieutenant and -ur )etersburg, \u!oa, Pc ? the Oov >r dredging Pagan at tin1 rate of 10 The appropriation is in charge of ?uted States a draggisl ?it Snell fk'orfolk, was bailed in trial, charged with Llenry I,. Myers, an ,e men are neigh slid Onley road ?r. of Madison freight wreck "stern road ? lbntvalc, which lc of" the lllue Ridge hinjVjas speeding...

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. — 17 August 1905

Cbc Sourna!, f ?tanarea? at taw Paano?acr at Mothers H., Va., asa secoo?l daaa matter. ] ??DAY. - Al'oTST I** 1905. LITTLE 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. J. F. Marchant left Monday on a business trip to Richmond. For Sale?One fine lai*ge bay colt, 28 months' old. Apply I. N. OWENS, Diggs, Va. Mr. Carroll Miller of Baltimore, sen of Prof. Julius G. Miller, is in Mathews visiting his relatives. Mr. George S. Miller, who has been quite sick for some time, is improving. Richardson, the old Druggist is doing businoss at the same old stand. Ice cream soda on Satur? days loc. Wanted to employ a white man as sawyer for my mill. Must un? derstand machinery. Apply to S. Curtis Hughes. Holdcroft, Va. 3t Rev. J. J. Haley of the Seventh Street Christian Church of Rich? mond, Va., will preach at Wcst ville Christian Church Sunday morning next. Mr. Clarence Wise, manager of the Browne N...

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. — 31 August 1905

THE MATHEWS ??OU??TC VOL. TI. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY AUGUST 81, i905. SONG FOR THE UNSUCCESSFUL: He worked and he hustled from morning till night. But somehow he couldn't succeed; He used hi* best efforts, he tried with his might. But somehow he couldn't succeed. He bore up with fortitude under the strain, Whenever he failed he tried over again; Hi* character stood without ever a stain But somehow he couldn't succeed. He bent to his task m the world with a will. But somehow he couldn't succeed. The sweets that we coret to him were but nil, But somehow he couldn't succeed. He plowed along in the very same waj Day in and day out, with but little to sajr; He beut to his labors, gave little to play? But somehow he couldn't succeed. He answered a jibe or a jest with n assise-, ?SC somehow he couldn't sttoeccd ?Jfi* heart always generous, though he avy the while. But somehow he couldn't succeed Whenever a thorn pierced ais Bash on tkt road He shut his teeth tight and shitted the loa...

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. — 31 August 1905

Tibe Journal Ska.,?! at1 IsftlNG CO., 12 H S" .. r in Advance."*^ THI" Business Mgr. LI1 ut .itverti-icments will be 1?tu- rale of 90 cts. pcr n, 25 ct-s. i>er insert iot? ? .^. ud r?solutions of respect s paid matter for ?its per line is tfona advocating candi ' vce wiii be charged for at for advertising. - 10 cents per line. rasas furnished on appli \?, would l>e greatly in its correspondents if they their news letters so as to ? ?'frico before Wednesday treat many items have to .. i rried over until Sowing week and l>e stale read lUSe tbey do not reach this ?me. will be taken of anonv rnuuications. Whatever is in for publication must be aSgned tame. I 3. l?r>5 THE ?cj-atic Ticket: St ai es Sena rhosiUtat S. Martin. Govkrnor: ! "lau.lo A. Su ans? m. LlFrTF.NAXj>r.oVI,K\'oii; J. aprrtor Kllyaon. **" AttoIs?ev-Oeneral: William A. Anderson. >upt. of Public Instruction: J. D. Esnjrleston, Jr. Secretary of the Common wi-.ai.th: *>? Q- Ej?*rU*ston. State Treasurer: ...

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. — 31 August 1905

ENTINA GONZALES, RAL'AMERICA, ESTORED TO HEALTH. PE-RUNA THE REMEDY M?m Clementina (?onzales, Hotel Pro? vincia, (Juatcmala. ('. A., in a recent letter 247 Cleveland Ave., ('hirago, 111., tna fora worn-outcon t. I was ho run down that 1 not hi rep at night, had no ap ? S^^Celt tired in the morning. 2?fc" "" ' tonics, but Peruna which helped me .1 had taken but ^^^ much am ?in. i \use for three weekeand ipletelg restored to health, twas able to take up my studies 7? 1 had been forred i o drop, e is nothing better than Peruna lild up the st/stcm."?Clemen Gonzales. addresa The Peruna Medicine Co., of Eolnmbus. Ohio, for instructive free litera Tire on catarrh. Prince Yoe and Women. [tnre Yrj^uf ^orea. "was talking ^~"~ ~ City about the outrageous Iresses that young women Ostend and TrouvUle a mother, a young mother,'' Prince Yoe, "would never wear a iathing dress of that kind out of re aspect for her children. As I look at le modest costumes of the women ICn?rs here I would think they ...

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. — 31 August 1905

?wDc journal, ?ced nt the V fc ithew* C. H., I c. ] THI'KSIUY, - AUGUST 31. 196*1 LITTLE LOCAL ITEMS. Doings of the People Tersely Told. J VISITORS SEEN IX TOWN. Some Going1 an?l Others Re? turning?Local Happen? ings of Interest to All. Miss Leone Coleman will return to Willow Grove School this ses? sion. Mr. Hart Bntterfield, of Wash? ington, is a guest ol Dr. Ruther? ford. Kerloot Marchant ol Baltimore is here on a visit to his sister, Mis. A. F. Marchant. Dr. A. G. Vaden lias returned to his practice after a visit to Ins parents in Onancock. Misses Virginia Snttoti and Florence Garnett, of Richmond, are at "Poplar Grove."' Dr. C. C. White has taken a vacation and has gone to the mountains for a few days' rest. Mr. J. M. Shinault has been awarded the contract for building the new BtSnlah Church in New Point. Miss Francis Haley returned to Richmond on Wednesday, after a few weeks sojourn at "Poplar Grove." Miss Eva Armstcad, of Rock ingham, X. C., is visiting her cou S*r*,MissVirgi...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1905

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. II. MATH EWS O. II., VA, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7. j?X>.~>. "UrtDER FIRE." The woman behind the preserving pot Is rarely deserving of faass; Bbs'l not like :li?' man behind tbv gun, Bui flic's "getting there." just ?"ne wmc. The hero i trying to maim or kill, Ami great i? his show of nerre; But praise should go, too. to the woman who Is using her stell to preserve. !'?> time is the irsstmi ia drill or march, Which Mis the brsve soldier for strife, But she Rat hers around her whate'er she'll attack, \nd then gets to work with her knife. She pares sad she cores, and she slices with ears Til finger* and muscles ere sate; Thon, hither and thither in other tasks, She wirsssshes over the f'oor She gallantly stands at the Sling line, Unmindful of heat ami toil; All Unshed in. her face and her fine eyes strained By watching the things that must boil. She mesa sad sweetens end stirs and skims. Til Wean from head to her feet; But bravely she stands till her work ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1905

be Journal, ISJKD EVERY TBTOStSDAY SY ?AL PUBLISHING CO., $1.00 Per Year in Advance .-"Sa; in J. Buck?, Business Mjfr. ransient advertisements vvill be *< lt*?> riiteo? .Wets, per S -Ttvoti. 25 cts. per ??^nfnt insertion Chang? i? made. ?ariej^-atnl resolution? of respect Tjbt iu?crte? as paid matter for chaxg-e of five ceo** per line i? mnicationa advocating candi r^fnoe wiil be charge*! for at regular line rate* for advertising. w-adiiig notices lO cents per line. Contract rates furnished ou appli? cation. Tni: Jornx'.u. ?rouM be grrntly in ed to its oorreanondentta if they will mail their news letters .so as to this ?office before Wednesday morning- A ?reat many items have to j*o unpublished ??r be carried over until the following week and be stale read? ing because they do n?jt reach this < fnce inYTtne. No notioe will "be taken of anony mous communications. Whatever is in? tended for publication must be signed with the writer's name. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 19U? THE Oer...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1905

?be Journal, [Enticed at the Postoftice at hfathewt C. H., Va., as second class matter. ) THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1905. LITTLE 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. l'or neat and artistic job print? ing, bring your order to this office. We can please you. Pay your subscriptions to THE JOURNAL, and help make your county paper a success. What has become of Leutnas and Kentucky Cardinal ? We miss their newsy letters. We desire to call the attention of our subscribers to the adver? tisement of Mr. L. M. Callis. Misses Katie and Alice Muir of Baltimore are visiting the home of Mrs. William B. Nelson, their cousin. Capt. Frank E. Miller, of Nor? folk, is spending a few days in the County, visiting friends and relatives. Our popular townsman, Mr. Ceo. S. Miller, is still quite sick. We hope he will soon be on the road to recovery. Mr. B. T. M. Hunley and fam? ily have returned to their...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 September 1905

SUFFERINGS. )|<i?< I>>"1 wit ii Pain?? U? I'oini't? HrmtI.t. ?lit. of IT-' Mnln St.. In 1M!>S t ? rj> peins in -mat! of the n<l hn?l such I ! .-.pi??!! t dl/ZV ? pHI? that I could ?> get about II- house. Tin' ry passages also qui?e !r i un lar. Monthly periods Mere so d1 stressing I ii. XMs m? my ?>'^7^ jUoiin's Kid hotped Mie^fffrUjjwuy when ?jan with them, und three boxe* '?iii.iiM'iitly." Millmrii Co.. H?rtalo. N. V. by all d-ahrs. Pri?e, 50 Poured Gold in His Teeth. Tf story has come to light In a court. A young man from Chi [ved in New York, hoping to , n work as a waiter. arrested jiy ? I] of riot h from?a-t?Nk>r ; : daylight, lie pleaded iu> charge, and told the fol ?ry : All the money I had was spent. I | end to help me cot work. I BCd my overcoat and spent the I got on it, except l.r> cents. I that for a pair of Jllers, which used to to rip the gold teeth from mouth. Those cost me $75 and I pawued them for $3.50. all I could get, and when...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 September 1905

Ithemathews VOI?. II. MATTIEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY JOURNAL. SEPTEMBER 14. i905. NO. K> APPLES OF COLD. "A word fitly spoken is Kkl applet of gold set in pictures of silver."--Prov. IS: 11. , There was a singer who w;?s mute, Because all cars seemed deaf to liim; The throbbing measures of the lute. Or chanting* in cathedral? i!im Waked in liis heart no living strain IJntil some one came with I .smile That seemed as sunshine after rain. To speak a gentle word the while; *aj ien *"9 neart with ???*) stirred. And made a song the whole world heard. There waa a painter?yet his brush AU careless o'er the eanrai ?rent, And inspiration in the bush Of night no more to being swept. Until some one come on a day? A day that had been gloom and cloud - And stopped but long SSrtMUjb to say A word with hopefulness endowed; And then the painter's eyes grew \\<t, But his grand work i? treasured yet. There was a soldier: and a word Sent him to battle armed anew. There was a king. One thing he he...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 September 1905

JKD ?.VEITV THl'KSDAY BY PUBLISHING CO., . $1.00 Per Year in Advance.-*^ o^n J. Burke. Runiuess Mgr. tranaient advcrtisrincnt^ u for ai. the i he ti rst for each se it iuaertiou iv> ehusnge is ma Obituaries and resolutions <<f r >nly b? inserted as p.. i mat! which a charge of five eeuts per lira? is made. Communication? advocating caudi itea for ofrice ivii! be cli irged for at ar line rat??s foi ? ling. f Conti ing notiees lO cents! per lino. Contract rate* furnished on ?:?i?1? ?ttion The JtU'KN^i- wcKild itly in? debted to ?ts o" ' ?n?le;its if th?*y W?U mail tl- sir -i-..: . t ? reach tbi* office I Wclno.-sday "^Ornitjg. "A great many items have to *f? unpubli shed ?>r be carried over until the follow"in- n<- k and bo stale read-j esferas??- ?^'^au-w* they ?'??> not reach pi -r^rlice in time. No notic?' will be taken <>i .< mous communications, \Vhate\?M- i s in- j tended fur publication must be with the writer".- ?> i RSDA Y. SEPT EM 111 : R 14,...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 September 1905

Tibe 3ouviuiI, Ent*?t^l at th* Postoflice :\t Mat C, bL| Va., a.?* MSJoad i''?iv. natter. | THURSDAY, SKI'TKMBKK U LITTLE 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. The Hon. J. Boyd Scars is in Norfolk on business. Daniel Richardson paid a flying visit to the county this week. Judge G. T. Garnett is holding court in Gloucester this week. We regret to report that Mr. j Geo. S. Miller continues quite ill. ! ^Mr. C. B. Garnett and wife, of ^Richmond, are visiting at Poplar Grove. Mr. E. W. Browne, of Norfolk, is in Mathews looking after his interests in the Klondike. 4 The Lord loves a cheerful giver." Please send in the sub? scription price of our paper. Mr. Horace Hoskins, of the Virginia Medical College, is visit? ing his brother. Dr. K. K Hoskins. W) Miss Respass of Norfolk, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Marchant, returned home on Tuesday. Miss Leon Ivey Coleman has ret...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 September 1905

'S. DAVIDSON. PE-RU-NA STRENGTHENS THE ENTIRE SYSTEM. P. S bon, Ex-Lieut, le S. y, \\ ashington. V. C, care U. S. >n Ortie?-, v% rites: "Tomy ntittd there is no rem? edy for catarrh enm para ble to Peruno. if not ont u strikes at the root of the mmlady, but it i tones atid atretint he /is the sys? tem in a frit/?/ iromlerful way. That has been t.'s history in my case. I cheerfully and unhesi? tatingly recommend it t? *h.>-;,> nfllicted as I have been."?F. S. Daridson. -< If you do not derivo prompt and ?atintac tory results from the M of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full state? ment of your case, and he will he pleased to (rive yon his valuable advice gratia. Address Dr. S. B. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, " ' Ohio._ Tricks of Animals. There aro a surprising number of Quaker animals?animals whose regu? lar methc?? of self-protection Is to of P^i. -fef no resistance to their enemies. The 'possum's trick of "shamming dead" la an ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 21 September 1905

THE MATHEWS VOL. II. MATH EWS C. IL, VA., THURSDAY JOURNAL.' SEPTEMBER 21. i905. * NO. II. GIRLS. Fonie ulm?re * ?i*- maiden ??ueenly, OlM who mov? m about serrnelv. DiftniAedi divinely tall. Others tmiili penes hat small. I aflmirr the smal! ?.ne? greatly. Then I like the Uns UM stately, I'm not capt?otM, f?rl iina'.cly ; Heally. 1 admire Am aM. Fonw hk?- prhj with av nut ion, Such '?s shine in convention. Th?*se tho golden y?>?<h enthrall At a party or a bal\ Quiet, shy ones liavp Wir inning: Some consider then nmrAwinning. As I *ai<l in tin* liepinniiV Rrallv, I admire them \J. hi? ?>n' >r~titt| Fair or dark and big ?ni 'ittic?t I don't care a jot or tittj Non?' with m?> hat gol I? ?nil: At the feet of eaefa I |f|] The ?lemur?' ami the vjyiou*. Smart, ceoaetttsh, sweetlM gracious [ None i? barred. Mv he* i< spacious Bless the prirls! I lovel m all. lliieago News. #?*?**??**??.? * 4tjt?t?*m? MAKING A i HOW By I). I. ?.v. ??OJSk HAD alwafc s greater re -wr % P*...

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. — 21 September 1905

?m ?CKDIVtRY tMrsSDW ?Y NAL PUBLISHING ( t $1.00 Per Year in Advance."**, John J. BurUo. Business Mgr. tr.-iiis.icut advertisements ? ill be (fc?*d | the rate of ' tbe hi s? innertion " b iclt subsequent ins? at ik> ch?:igv U made. Obituaries and resolutions o1 in only lx? inserted a* paid matter for neb a charge of tivc cents ?hm line ? - ?n.i | micationa advocating eandi ? wit? be charged l\.r .it ?r line rates for advertising. w-adiug notices 10 cents ikt line. Contract rates furnished on a?>?>li Ti" J<Hk\.vi. would be greatly in? debted to its correspondents if they will mail tl>eir news letters so as to reach this otlice before Wednesday morning-. A great many items hare lo i^> unpublished or be carried over until ! tl?e following week and be stale read ing b?:;ui>e they do not reach this ? office in timo. No notic? will be taken of anony? mous communications, Whatever is in? tern! etl for publication must be signed ? the writerV: Mamo. DAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1...

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. — 21 September 1905

fe Journal, fe?l at the Postoftice at M h. \'a.. as saesvad class nutr? [KSDAY. SKI?TKMI!I;K 21. 1906. TLE LOCAL ITEMS. bings o? the People Tersely Told. UlTOHS SEEN IN TOWN. Some Going and Others Re? turning?Local Happen? ings of Interest to All. Jenifer Garnett has gone t ?^??Iii?oikI College. Rev. Alfred J. Wilson ha turned to New York. Mr. Wilber Shield will visit fiu't'ds m Mathews this week. Don't fail to read J. W. Dixor Co's.,advertisement,in this issue. Mr. Taylor Garnett left Tues? day for the Va. Polyte? hnic Insti tude. Mis: letal Mr. to the AI Blackstone Institute this 1 hairy Lane has i el urned Theological Seminary in exandi la. Mrs. \V. II. Hudgins, of Cricket Hill, died Wednesday niirht at 8:30 o'clock. Miss Mary Gibson 1 Lunley leaves this week for the Woman's I lege in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Christoph? r Gar ?i tt, after a week's visit at "Popn m^y < ?rove," returned to Riehmond ^W onday. Miss Ela Winn left for Rich? mond ?m Tuesday and will proba? bly attend t...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 21 September 1905

r?<aa><t Holy ?ta? Away. 914 W. Lake 8L. >nn'? Kidney a red me from death |tar? dis? ease. I am sure. I hail eye trouble, backache, catches when lying abed or when betiding over, was languid and often dizzy and had sick headache? and be n ring-do w n pains. The kid? ney secret ions wrr?> too ?copious and frequent, and i.jhI in appearance. It was in Doaa?i Kidney Pills helped me mi ?luickly and cured me of these trotihl s. aud I*re been well ever ?Hei " I. r Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. For sale oy all druggists. Price, 60 i er box. WEBSTER "A GREAT ANIMAL.' Wonderful Orator Seemed Half Asleep When Trying a Case. "I heard him once in Faneuil hall. ?i. Every man in the audience? -lind the hall was crowded?gave one about of applause at what Everett said. The subject I have entirely for ?utlMs?' but this fact I remember," saya a writer in the Critic. I inquir-. ed if he had ever heard Webster pro? duce such an effect on an audience. He said never; but he had only heard Web...

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. — 28 September 1905

THE MATHEWS JOURNA vol. n. MATH EWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28, ?&05. SO. I jtMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMli ^'^T'l^TTTV? f'eVTf!*?Y?TI ^*^r^^^ A VICTIM OF SPORT By Herbert F. Coolidge. ************************** OMI people consider Frank Ilealoy. ? mountaineer mid forest ranger of my ac? quaintance, a "crank." be oauso of his objection to killing game except for "meat." The mere sight of a party of sportsmen will set him storming against the practice of hunting "just to kill." One evening, as we sat watch? ing our cheerful fire in a oatnp in the high Stems, he told the following story : "Summer before last." he began, "I met on the trail a crowd of 'Frisco sports who were hurr.ving one of their crowd down the mountain. He had hurt himself, they nid, in getting away from a Dig she grizzly that had charged them in defense of her two half-grown cubs thai they were pump? ing lead into with their Krag-Jorgen sens. " 'She got away from us. after nil.' they concluded, "but she's wo...

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. — 28 September 1905

?r?male ?i? HVRSDAY BY ?BUSHING CO.. fear in Advance. ~tA , ke, Business Mgr. flr aulvertis.emrn,s ? ill be . per -. pe? fol fach ?Ul ? IV in e cent s | very Communication? Advocating candi v for office will be charged for at truu'fcgular line rate? for advert?s K?r" P?ading notices 10 cents per line. I ? itract rate? furnished on ?inpl*. eent* ltion' Tit- Joufes \t. would be greatly in <? titevi to ii-s coir respond eut s if they w A ill mail their news let as to Jkracl? this *-;? -ore Wednesday Wc1: >rning. A great many items have to .31;** unpublished or bo carried over until ? a'.e following week and be stale road r^t-k?*caiise they do not reach this \ ?hce in time. No notice will be taken of anony *n? ?uscommunications. \\ hatever is tn V" lded for publication must be s:. with the writer's name. ? CCKSDAY. SEPTEMI V. THE ? United Stages Senator: ? h. r.i ? S M ???in. r O. et stei neglci J. i). I. Jr. Secretary mmox wealth: D. lesion. . ? 'State Treasurer: A. W. Barman, Jr...

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