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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 10 September 1908

T?bi 3oiuTtal. ?red at tl Post OfhVeat Matine ? ai* second-class matter. OINTMENTS Ml Il?\y$ CttCUIT, Salem, ist Sunday i 11 A- M. 2d " >i:A. M. 4th ? j jP.lf, Centrait 2d Sunday ) 7>.- P. M. 3d " > h A. l\. 4th #l ) n A. B. iwvnns Is,, ist"Sunday I 3P. If. 3d " ?3P. M. irab Neck School House, 2d Sun., 3 P.M. Richard Fbbgusoh, P. C. THURSDAY. S KPT. l'>. MOI LOCAL ITEMS. teisml Montions Around Matlinvs and Vicinity, Mis^ Linda Douglas i-? visiting In Murfreesboro, N. C. .Mrs. M.ittie _lar_bant has It??t ?r Hampton and Baltiipora? ^ Miss M.^vSl^^Mr^Hirke, C?frove." Look up the auction sale in this issue ;md sou the bargain to be gotten there. Miss G?ante James left Sunday via. Norfolk for a Tveek's stay in Millsboro, Bath County. Va. Mrs. Lessie Thurston, of Balti? more, is the guest of her brother. A. Floyd Marcljant, this week, Miss Evie Knight, who has Usen visiting Miss Mary Gibson Hunley, left for her hoine in Franklin. Va., Tuesday. Miss Bertha Wolffe will leave tom...

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. — 10 September 1908

TRC8TINO TOT BOT. A bustneas m?o sat In his office ta thins with s friend, when a warn tauiger boy appesred In the doorway. He was so small that his chin hardly rame sbov<> the edge of the desk, but bs hsd a fino air of self-reliance and an honest locking pair of bin? eyes. The business man smiled and ?sodded, and the boy smiled and nodded back at him. Without many words there seemed to be a good un? derstanding between them. "Remember where the First Na- j tiunal Bank Is?" asked the man, care? fully placing a roll of banknotes be? tween the leaves of a bank book and ?napping a rubber band round the cover. -Yes. sir," said the boy. "Still in the same place, sir." "Well, take this over and deposit It for me." and the man handed the boy the bank book and Its contents. The boy vanished, and the visitor drew a breath of surprise mingled with consternation. "Do you think that's safe?" he ssked. "Perfectly," answered the other. ? But do you think It's good for the boy?" "How so?" "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. — 17 September 1908

THE ?Mu ?.iT ..i -*'? vol. v. MAS M?aljarilEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER17, l.H>8. NO. -ID. L L'tUMIO 0. (%> S41K0S NHIlo Vlce-Pr? i. f. tWllN?BlII. (Itu / The LEJumW Banking Co, Ptiid Up Copitni Surplus and Undivided Vc MATHER Solicits t? 's accounts of firm ?*"stomers every accomodatio Interest Allowed -f?t^L All Money In VaUsStjt $120.000 $75,000 ividuals and offers tc with good banking i Accounts. -ny Burglar +& l^Mfurance Hours: 9 A. M. to 4^P. M. Saturdays, S A. M. to 12 M Cste>lUHed In 1669. ". Schermerhorn (&L Son, RECEIVERS, SHIPPERS, DEALERS. Grain, Hay and Mill Feeds, teed Oats, Linseed Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Gluten Feed. Aleo Distributora o? the Purina Poultry Feeds. 127 and 129 CHeapaide, Near Pratt Street, Baltimore, Md. Jraosportation: rchednle Norfolk-Mathews Gloucester Rotte. Old.Dominion Steamship Company. Change o? Schedule Western Shore Landings File \i9o NORFOLK, VA., MAY 18TH, 1908 Effective Morfday, May 18th; the Steamer "Mobjack" will ...

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. — 17 September 1908

Zbe Journal. fSeVatO aVKKV THURSDAY MY ?OUKNAL PUBLISHING CO.. ?*-*?- ? ?1,00 a*t*r Year in Advance.test. \\. Marvin Minter, Editor. un R. Do?GtAsg, Manager. ? ir " ?t THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, '908. "i ?**??****?????**?*?? I ?.?.?^S HLLFOiarB ORGANIZATION. The R-publican National Con? vention voted down overwhelm? ingly publicity at any time of campaign contributions. The Republican nominee for President i> against publication until after lite election. It is evident that the Republican party intends to jTelv in this campaign? as in th? i?ast, on the favor-seeking inter? est with the hope of carrying th? election by the methods usual!) employed. Public opinion i; strongly against such methods That this public sentiment ma) crystallize into an effective force it is necessary for the people tc organize. All patriotic citizens, therefore, irrespective of party, who stanc for the rule of the people and art against the corrupt or undue in rluence of money in elections, anc to that end favo...

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. — 17 September 1908

TXbi journal. Entered at tl Post Office at Mathew C. H.. Va., as second-class matter. APPOINTMENTS MA HEWS CIRCUIT. Saletn, ist Sunday) il A. M. 2d > ii A.M. 4th " ) 3 P. M. Central. 2d Sundav ) 7X P. M. 3d " > 11 A. M. 4th M ) n A. M. Gwynns Is., ist Sunday l 3P. M. 3d M I P. M. Crab Neck School House, 2d Sun., 3 P.M. Richard Ferguson, P. C. THTTRSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1908. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinity. Hon. J. Boyd Sears was in Bal? timore and Washington last week on business. Rev. L. M. Omer returned to .Washington, N. C, with his fam? ily Saturday. Mrs. Burke Garnett and daugh? ter, Juliet, are spending a few days with Mrs. Lulie Sears. Miss Mary Gibson Hunley will leave very soon for Randolph Macon College, Lvnchburg. Mr. Claude Woodward, of Portsmouth, is visiting Mrs. Sands Smith this weeks. ^ Dr, A. M. Marchant attended Httie republican banquet at the Sherwood Hotel at Old Point this week. Earnest Ferguson spent several <iays with hi_ father....

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 September 1908

<*?.?? *^ryt ULL vas-as t*? ?J *-?*. ,? A t,f from . jo-cent p?ece /* "^ ^^ A M from . ?-cent piey/ cco wi <*ve your tags from D P E AC . ? ??8ClA^ ^i*^ lis*1.-?6. ?"*??"'' l^atr? sftlf1* .vsbv:r?K' Jo3 ? -: .*- H : ? .; , - |!S4ff9'1 ?t ?/??m ..._. OM Honesty Tln?2?,J^ Mlsr's Pries 0* ttstr ? "* ??fantr Ttnptnny Jolly Tar Black Qear Master Workman Speer Hoad W. N. Tlnsfsy's Nata-ral ttft Korss Shoe Grangsr Twist BrltHoBIt Big Four Ivy ..4.T.. , Coupons from PICNIC TWIST .i ? Tags from the above brands are good for the following and many other useful presents as shown by catalog : Gold Cuff Buttons?50 Tags Fountain Pen?100 Tags English Steel Razor?50 Tags Gentleman's Watch?200 Tags French Briar Pipe?50 Tags Leather Pocketbook?80 Tags Steel Curving Set?200 Tags Best Steel Shears?75 Tags Lady's Pcx^etbobk?50' Tags Pocket Knife?40 Tags Playing Cards?30 Tags 60-yd. Fishing Reel-?60. Tags Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which to redeem tags. If you cannot...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 24 September 1908

WS JOURNAL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMHEU 21, l?>OS, NO. 41 WB A ?* ?*->->-*? ?>?> *?.** *-? *>%?-?* SHALON PAINT. "The best paint made." This paint Is being used by the largest paint con aimers in Norfolk and Ti?lc water, Vlrgin'-i. It is naSQaalle l f?n durability, brilliancy of color, and covering qualities and 1-, there!" r>. the beat cconoaiieal paint on the market. Write u ? f>r color i prices, etc. KNOl.lsii faSAD. A strictly hi**; h grade lead. unsur ed lor covering qualities and whit enes -.. This toad contains a pcrcentai; ? j of zinc nnd is extr??in?*ly durable. W.IITK ElltC. Vieille Montan?*?* Brand. War ranted sbsollltely |)iin?. shin?.DE STAIN. A genuine Creoiote Stain. Made a variety of co!or3 and is now l>" g use?' very extensively by botb wn and country trade. ?., , . . ? .???? __-_?_.?.??-ai it a*. ?.. ? made fr?..n good maireial This stain has strong penetrating ' owera and Is, therefore, very ?lura- k|V?> entire satisfaction. - HAKN AND ROOF P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 24 September 1908

<Ihc journal. V ? IIRKSDAV BY ?Ol BUSH O., Jot a fl.no Per Year in Advance W. Marvin M inte*. Editor. ?>5EPH K. Dorc.LASS. Manager. Thk JotTRKAt. would'be urreatly in? debted to its correspondent* If they ?a ill mail their news letter*? no as to re.irli this office bet?re Wednesria\ rnornin**;. A great many item? have to m unjMib?Hhed or be ?carri?*?! over until the following wee it and be stale read? ing because they ao not reacn this office in time. Obituaries and resolutions of resnect can only be in-verteil a?? paid matter for which a charge of five ?cents per line is made. ?Communications advocating candi ?Ittes for office will be charged for at regular line rates for advertising;. Reading notices 10 cents t*er line. L Contract rates furnished on appli m cation. AH transient advertisements will be charged for at the rate of 50 cts. per loch for the first insertion, 25 cts.- per inch for each subsequent insertion when no change is made. THURSDAY, SEPT, 24, '.908. The Edito...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 24 September 1908

U?x Sournal. Enter?*! at ti Poat Otto? at M at hew C H.. Va., a? stt?x*i*4.-cla*s tnatter. APPOINTMENTS MAITOWS CltCUIT, Salem, ist Sunday ) u A. M. 2d M >nA. M. 4th 4* ) 3 P. M. Central, 2d Sundav ) 7 XA P. M. 3d M >ti A. M. 4th M ) 11 A. M. Gwynns Is,, ist Sunday ) 3P. M. 3d " } 3P. M, Crab Neck School House, 2?! Sun.? 3 P.M. Richard Ferguson? P. C. - ? ... 1 -I-r-f ^ THtmsDAY. Sept. 24/1908. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinity. Mrs. Marv Davis, of Stormont, Va., is visiting the Misses Pimh near here. Mr. Hepburn, of Canada, was ^*a recent visitor to Mr. McDonald on East River. Mrs. William Mathews, of Nor-* folk. is visiting her brother, Mr. Floyd Marchant. Mrs. Claudius Foster, of Balti? more, is with her mother Mrs. Emmeline Sears. Mrs. Eliza Anderson, of Rich? mond, visited her sister, Mrs. Ma? ry Davis, last week. ^ Mr, B, T. Smith, of Charlottes ville, Va., is visiting his sister, Mrs. C. C. White here. Miss Lessie Shawn, of HuJgius, is visiting ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 24 September 1908

OOLP MR DOFK.M H HKR( I LHSi Ctrmantown Physician Corroots Somo Popular Fallados Ragard - Ing Consumption. "Altitude has nothing to do with r the growth or the cure of tu? berculosis," said Dr. Joseph Walsh, of tin? Phipps Institute, in an ad? dress before the Plastic Club. Many persons go to White Ha ?en with the idea that it Is the cli? mate that is curing them." he said, "and. frilling to enter the sanitarium, live in the farmhouses near it, be? lieving that they are doing the next tx-st thing. It Is not the air of White Haven which cures. It is the discip? line. Those who go to the farm? houses might as well stay in their homes. At the sanitarium the diet consists of one solid meal each day, six raw eggs and as much milk as <an be consumed. The patient is forced to absorb an unusual quan? tity of food. The part the air plays in this is to furnish the oxygen for the combustion of this food and the consequent building up of the body through its assimilation of that food. "Many ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 1 October 1908

THE MATHEW I URNAL. VOL. V. MA?1IKWS C. H., VA., TH?RSDAY,OCTOBER 1, 19?8. NO. 4*2. L E. MUMfOKD. Pr?s. SAUDS SMITH Vlne-Pm. J. P. NOTTINGHAM, Gist. The L E. Mumford Banking Co. Puid Up Capital $120,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits $75,000 MATHEWS C. H.. VA. Solicits ti *\ 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 By Burglar j& Insurance j& Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M tf.?-t??!-l?<-ttt-d ir. 1*562 C S. Schermerhorn (Et Son, RFCElVrlRS. SHIPPERS, DEALERS. Grain, Hay and Mill Feeds. ?eed Oat?, Linseed Men!, Cotton Seed M<-al. Gluten Fee?! Also Distributors ol la?f Tun na Poultry Feeds. 127 and 129 Cheapside. Near Pratt Street, Baltimore, Md. Transportation: fchedule Norfolk-Mathews Gloucester Route. Old Dominion Steamship Company. Change of Schedule Western Shore Landings NORFOLK, VA., MAY 18TH, 1908 File 1190 Effect...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 1 October 1908

?be 3ournal. .. II ilrJsYi*.-, I ? ?H*' rar-Ks-uAV av s^.Pt?BiU4>HiNG CO..! -,?^ *: uo Per Y?x**r m* Advance.lk \V. MA#yj* MitiT*:*. Editor. Joseph K. t>-tV3Cts**, Manager. Thk .Toi*?'K*\|L jnomUI be gre-*tiy in <?d to it? 6??*-ret*ooiide'4ts if they a*l|| mail ?their ?Trews letters so as t?> b this- .?thee trsi-tore We.lwes?a*. ?nig. A ?resit many items have to published or be carried mec uiXil ?Uowing wee? and l*e ?talc read? ing because **h?**v **** ?*?ot reacn this jflf.ee in time. ??tuertea and resolution? o? resoect ?nly lx* insert???.! a*? iKiid matter for h .1 charge of &v?s ?eats per Hue is ? ?-?cation.**, advocating c.andi oftice will tw chargeil for at nc rates for advertising. ? ig notices W cents i?er line. act rates furnished on appli iti. transitent advertisements will be ? ! for at the rate of SO cts. per ' the first insertion. 25 cts. per i each subsequent insertion ".' change is made. , ?il'KSDAY. OCT. 1. 190H. The Editor of this paper ill receive, ...

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. — 1 October 1908

?bt Sournal. ?nterei? at ti. Po?t Office .*' M H.. Va., a* ? ??r. rOBBS APPOINT Ml? EAST MATHKWS ClKv ! 1. First Sunday, Bettlab n u. m : ithel 3:30 p. m. ?econd Sunday, St. Pauls 11 a. ; Beulah 3 p, m. Third Sunday, Bethel il a. m.; . Pauls 3 p. m, Fourth Suuday, Beulah it s, \.; Bethel 3 p, in. W. L. Ware. P. C. lAPPO'?.TMENTS ON MATHKWS CIRCUIT. Salem, ist Sunday 2d 4th M Central. 2d Sunday ) 11 A. M. y 11 a. m. ) 3 P. M. 2d Sundav) yX P- M. 3d " Y n A_ M. 4th *4 )ii A. M. Crwynns Is., ist Sunday ) 3P. M. 3d M ?3^. M Crab Neck School House, 2d Sun., 3 P.M. Richard Ferguson, P. C. t THURSDAY, OCT. 1. '.908. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinity. Miss Mary Randolph Lane left Saturday for Norfolk, -, Pound Poles for sale, apply to C H. Poole, Diggs Va. sswThc Mathews High and Graded school opens Monday, October 5. Mrs, W. E. Fitchett and Miss Marv Hudgins left for Norfolk Saturday. Messrs. Thomas Taylor and W. M. Minter took a short trip to Middlesex and Norfolk...

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. — 1 October 1908

MY OWN FAMILY USE PE-RU-NA. ??; HON. GEORGE W. HONEY. ?ru*-* W. Honey. Nation.-1 Chap- I Isia \ . V. I'.. ex-Chaplain Fourth Wii ?in Cavalry, ex-Treasurer State of Wi Bin. nn<\ ex U*M**4enaaster General St.it.- of Texas (.. A. R . write?? from 1700 First St., \Vas}iii"Kt.<n. I). C., M folk*****?: "1 cannot, too sighl** reoommend your preparation for tho relief of rotnt-rhnl troumiem in- thrtr inrioux jormn. Sont? memlxrs <>( my own family have grattfrina results. Whan ?>th?*r remedies, failed, iVru.ia protrti mont ejnketcientm^mua I cheerfully ?ertify to its rurittive excellence." Mr-FkI !.. Hehsrd, for nine years a ls*Msdf*D-S photographer of Kansas G?t*f. Mo., locate?I at tho northeast corn?t Of 12th and (.'rand Aves., cheerfully give? ?Mowing testimony: "It i.s a proven fnct that Peruna ?jrill cure raturrh tiuil laejrippr, and as a renie it han no raunt. Druggists have tried to make m? take something else 'just a<* good,' but ? Peruna is food enough for n Pe-ru-...

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. — 8 October 1908

THE MATHEWS JOURNA VOL. V. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1008. NO. 4?L ??3 31- ^^?M3^jjii _?^3? ????**????* ?*???? 8?*'??f??_?*???6<? ?6? SS*? SHALON PAINT. "The best paint made." This paint Is being used by the largest paint consumers in Norfolk and Tide water, Virginia. II is unequalled for durability, brilliancy of color, and covering qualities and is, therefore, the best economical paint on the market. Write us for color cards, prices, etc. ENGLISH LKAD. A strictly high grade lead, unsur ?d fur covering qualities and whiteness. This load contains a percentage of zinc and is extremely durable. WHITE ZING. Vieille Montange Brand. War? ranted absolutely pure. LINSEED OIL. Our Linseed Oil is bought direct from the Linseed Crushers in car load lots, and |25.00 will be paid any one finding it other than strict? ly pure. It is absolutely essential to use pare oil, that is. if you want the paint to wear satisfactorily. *?*? 8>**9? ? 3S ? * * SHINGLE STAIN. A Renuine Cre...

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. — 8 October 1908

- - Yr ?v n? .. -?S? ! Editor. iv i >or<;i \ss. Manager. ! 1oi*h*vm. wosdri Ix* Kreativ in ?ta *N?r?-^'s?.>?*-vit?nt** if H ** -il their new* letters so as t?> ?hi*, office bet?r?" TTcdni?sailnj A airea? many items have-to mblishcd <*r be ca? rie? 1 over until ! fol low i tag *.vct*K an?! be stal<* ivad-| Ing i ?ecu use tlses. oo not reacii this office in time. y_?pr>ituari?rs and resolution* of resuect ^HTn only Im* inserted aw paid matter for Hrhicti a charge of fixe cents ?km h.ie is v. niHile. Communications advocating* candi? dates for ofiice wial l>e charged for at ' regular line rates for advertia?iu?;. Reading notices 10 cents n-cr )ine. Contract rates furnished on appli? cation. AM transient a ?1 vert i s?ment s will be ?Charged for at the rate of Su cts. ?km inch for the first insertion. 25 cts. per inch for each subsequent insertion when no chance is in.ule. THURSDAY. OCT. 8. 190?. The Editor of this paper will receive, acknowledge and forward to t...

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. — 8 October 1908

X?\y. il. Rntered at ti '.itlicvr C. II.. \'.t., ( . -?. a tM itti-r. IT. Pirst Snnday, Beulah n a. m.; Befjhel 5:30 p. m. :. Paula 11 a. ni.; Beulah 3 p, m. Third Sunday, l?ethel ti a. m.; St. Pauls 3 p. ni, Fourth Sunday, lVeulah 11 a. in.; Bethel 3 p. in. \Y. li Warf.. P. C. ; ai>p?)Intmi;nts ON mathi:\vs CLRCOIT. Salem, ist Sunday ) 11 A. M. 2d " >n A. M. 4th M ) 3 p- M. Central. 2d Sunday) ;'??? P- M. 3d " _-tl A. M. 4th " J 11 A. M. ?Gwynns Is., ist Sunday ) jP. M. 3d " I3P.M, "Crab Keek School House, 2d Sun., 3 P.M. Richard Ferguson, P. C, THURSDAY, OCT. 8, LOCAL ?TEMS. Persona] Mentions Around Matlieirs ami Virinit v. Pound Poles for sale, apply to C II. Poole, DiggS V I. Mr. Spencer Hughes, of Hamp? ton, spent Sunday with his parents L. Mr. Baker Lee Sears has j?sl returned from a trip to Baltim? Mr. E Baker has retur Richmond after spending f weeks here. Capt. Alex James left W< In day to attend the State Fair in Richmond. Mr. J, A. WestOil left Sunday via. Norfol...

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 October 1908

ficts'geatly^et prompt? ly on the bowels, cleanses {he system ?effectual^ assists one in overcoming habitual constipation permanently. To get its oeneiicial ejects ?buy the ?Genuine. Manufactured^ toe. ClAi_roi_hn?v joto S_rRUP Co. ?OLD BY tEADINO DRUGGISTS-BOI p~BOTTU WL.DO?GLAS s3<>0 shoes s3_o ^ ^ ' W. T.. Don?las m?Vfi nnd sell? more mrn _ S3.0? ?ml S3.?O shoes than any other manufacturer In the world, be enuaethey hohl their shape, fit better, and '?rear longer than any other make. j Shod? tt All Prlwi, for Eve y Member of the Family, Men, Boys, Women, Misses 4 Children W.L.Dom?l_i ?4 00 ?ad f 8 00 Ollt Edp. Kho?. c.bdo? 1m ?f?_li?d _t any prie. W. L Dcugla. *S 30 ?od $1.00 ?hoc _r. the best In th. world W?mt Color Ku'Zrtm Vmrd l'jrrt,t.*ir+lv O-'lnk? No SuhMltntr. W. !.. Doaglft* _smo and prtne Is st_mpeJ on bottom. Sold ?retry-here. Shoes mailed from factory to any rl of the world. C?t?!oz_?> free. L. DOIGLAS, 157 Spsrk St.. Brocktoo. Mess. Only A Short Trip. Mr. Moc...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 October 1908

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. Ill* ??^?^?^^^?l MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY OCTOBER 18. i9()(>. i^H^^^H^H^H NO. 45 , Pr?t. SURDS SMITH, Ylce-Pm j. P. N0TTIKOBA1, Cat.. L. E. Mumford Banking Co. Up Capita. lus and Undivided Profits $120.000 $75,000 MATHEWS C. H.. VA. .Solicits t! 1 accounts of firms and individuals and offers to '?"stomers every accomodation consistent with good banking Interest .Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Money In Vaxilt Covered By Burglar __?" Insurance __? Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M OLD DOMINION LINE. BETWEEN Norfolk, Gloucester, and Mathews Counties. Effective Thursday, May 24th, 180(5. Steamer "Mobjack." Lt. Norfolk fO. D. Wharf). ** Portsmouth' North St. Wharf). > M Norfolk ( Hay Ltn? Wlmrf ). ?? Old Point. ?? Philpofs Wharf. East Hiver. Williams' Whiirf. Rant Hiver. ??. Hicks'Whaif. East Hiver. M Digfs' Wharf, East Hiver. ?? Roaae's Wharf, Wan-Hiven. ??? Smith's Wharf, War?' Hiver. ?? IlookUv. Ware Biter. " Auburn Wharf, North Hive...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 15 October 1908

i ..i:? 3?i ?. BY .SUING C a-s*-M$:^ i in Advance.'tu, it ?.e Buaii Is will be i loi 50 eta. per rtkm n?? e >luti??ns ?>f respect . pal i a atter f?>r i a ?. cents per line ia -. advocating candi w?ll 1 ?. harged for at - for ad vert ?staff. sits per line. Contract rates furnished on applt i Ti be preatlj In - if tbej will i : t?ers s?> as to -day .i many items have t<> . ?el over until -e stale rend? us? they do i>?.?t reach this in time. ' ? taken of anony . Miis. Whatever is in nbllcation must be signed v\ itb the writ? ae. -DAY, O ER 18, ' THE STATE FAIR The people <d Virginia, and es? pecially th Capital City, arc t<> upon the sue? ess "air, held last we< k lu Rii r only was the Fair well at I, but the people were high ?v enterl 1 and the agricul? tural resourc s of the Statesolen didly exlti and advertised. ol cattle was the in this part of Virginia, with splendid herds of nhorn, Holstein, Jersey, Guernsey, Ad?rdeen, Angus, Red Polled and many ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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