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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 February 1909

Ubi 3ournal. .ce at Mithcw ' .iss matter. M'l'OlNTMKNTS ON I4AT1??. QtstCUXT. Fab. 7th. Central, il A. M. M Salem, 3 P. M. V 14th, Bethel, Il A. M. " Central, 3 P. II. * 2ist, Salem, 11 A. If* M Bethel, 3 P, If. " 281I1. Central, 11 A. M. "' Salem. 3 P. M. lPP X KASTMATH EWS CISCUIT. Bculah 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M. 2?1 " *th '' St. Pauls 11 \. M 2d" 4th u 3P.sl.JSt" 3d " THURSDAY FEB. 25. \909. -? ?~~ ???? ?IS.I%W.l' W ?? M SJ ISSIl ?? WASPS' LuCAL ITEMS. ?ni! Mentions Around Ma thews and VicinitT. Mr. J, M. Pugli left Monday for Baltimore. Dr. 11. R. Hoskins made a fly in< trip to Richmond this week, *" Miss Emma Wolffe returned iwme frum Orange,V.?., last week. Mr. J. T. Christian returned last Saturday irotq a trip to Bal? timore. Mr. Sands Smith, Jr., ?6 taking a tr*p to Richmond and Nortolk this week. Mr. Thumas-Christian, of New? port News spent several days i? vu last week. Mr. C. A. Brown has something interesting to tell vuu this week as usual. Eook it up. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 February 1909

Are You Sick? Much sickness is due to a wvak uci'vou teta. Yours may be. It it is, you otuinoi get well until y<?u restore nerve strength Your nervous system is nature's power house; the organs oi your body their power from it. If the power is not there, the action of the organs is weak, and disease (sick O follows. Dr. Miles' Nervine cures the sick because it soothes the irritated and tired nerves and gives the system a chance to recuperate. Try it, and see if you do not quickly feel its bene? ficial effect. "I wn* given up to die by a IssvS lna doctor. Got emv of Dr. Miles bonks and found that Pr. Miles' Ner? vine fit my caso. From the verv first dose I took 1 jcot better. I am better now than I have Oren for years, and do all my own work on the farm. That's what Dr. Miles' Nervine has done for mo, and I am glad to recom? mend It to others." JOHN JA MKS. Riverton. Nebr. Vour druggist sell? Dr. Miles' Nerv? ine, and we authorize him to return price of first bottle (only)...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 March 1909

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. VI. - MATH KWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 11)09. >(). H. LONELINESS. I rom far away through the wood so still times the sobbing note of the WhippoocwiU; The moon that rises ho cold and white Stares at the world with a look of frigio. And the trees in the shadow tow and ?etna When you're trudging the weary way slone! Another time, what a, friendly note Has the wiiippoorwill with the tireless throatf The moon has a jolly fnce and round. An lolly a face as could lie found. Ami the sigh of the wood is a tranquil song If some one with you is trudging along. ?Washington Star. "It's the first time," said Winnie, letting her eyes droop, "it's the first time that we have been quitifc alone together?since it happened." The Widower seemed struck by the circumstance. "Yes," he replied, consideringly, "I believe It Is?I positively believe it is." "I?I hope," she said timidly, "I hope you've?you've got over it?by now." The Widower re?rectc'l. "I think I ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 March 1909

f %.? r ?v ?* ?1 ftar ta ? "** Marvin Mintit. Edit -< M?f ?i ???, -. . :"i_^r* dUrtari-ee a ??*. rf? ?wee ?asertad ;.?? r?:*- matter 4W ? charge of l?*e cauta r?er >??* \n ??. .nnlitmcMinr? a Ivo-cat t?g ?a??*H -=. for otr?ca w\?*l a? ehsr-cea *ar ai ir line rat*:? for 4*.l--?wt*?r?***tr. Readiutr ?ot'.ce* 1*> c?*n*W om Wwr. Con?ra??rt rate?? turei*b??fl <a* a-apli* rfeal An transi ?cat adverti-i-r-raei.it? ??H? be for at tac rate ?4 50 cta. p?*rr for th? first insert:???, 2*? cta p-r i ich for ?ach subseqoeat laaetrtHm when no chantre i? made. The Joraaat. would be greatly ir* debted to ito correa*jx>n<*?r*ita if tbey nrill mall their new? lettee? auto reach tai? ofSca before Weileea?a** nvornitHT. A great trceay iteaas bave to ?opublKshed ?or be carr;?rd o?rer until folio?-i ng ?ft* and r*e stale read ause tac* oo out reaca thie office in time. T1ITT*??T)AY ?t?ASCl? 4. 1? ?o---^?*-r '- ? - * '? '-:? z-tf"*.-:ij a "r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 March 1909

Zh< 3curnal. ?atetad *t ti Pt>?t oflRc* at Matkew H.. V?.. at? Mtxud<Ui? ?.jitter. AP? '?ENTS ON MATHaCWf) cntcui S Feb. rth. Central, i: A. M. -* ,- " Salem. | P. M. " 14th. Bethel, n A. M. " Central. S P. M. t* * ** 21st, Salem, 11 A. M. > M Bethel, 3 f. M. 28th. Central, 11 A.M. " Salem, 3 P. M. /PPOINTMENT90N EAST MATH BW? CIRCUIT. Beulah 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M. 2d M M\\ ?' St.Pauls 11 \.M 2d" 4th M 3P.M.ist" 3d " THUKSDAY.MAKCII4. 1909. LOCAL ITEMS. Pcisooal Ke?tiOBS Arour? Matk-ws afid Vicinitr. Miss Bertha Miller is spending some time with friends in Balti? more. Mr. F. W. Troy Jr. is spend-! ?tig a few days with Mr. W, E, 1 Fitcheit. Major J. N. Sttibba, of Glouc-j ester, spent several day? in town last week. Mr. Floyd Forrest returned home Taeaday alter a short stay in * orfulk. Hon. J. Bord Soars returaed ? recently i'rom a trip to Baltimore anJ Washington. 1 ?i?isif Oia Sannders, of Sandy Bottom* Middles.-*, left Friday l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 4 March 1909

Pain Weakens Uoadaclu1, rhruir.atism, neural ??in, or ?pains of any nature weaken the svs toni?they are a strain up? on the ?ervos. Almost instant relief ean be ob? tained by taking Dr. ?Miles Anti-Pain Pills, and with? out any bad after-elTV Take oiw en first indica? tion of an attack ?it will ward it off. Tliey are a pleasant little ?tablet, sold by druggists everywhere, 25 doe 25 cents; never sold in bulk. "I was f-uhjoct to constant hoa?i nf*h?*'S i>?r a period of tour y?ars At timo? I was almost unlitt?*<1 tor th? work tn which I am cr-Riic?*?!. tint ?f station ?a*?nt. Throu-jh th?* ?dvlc? of a frlen.I I tri?*?l Dr. Mil-< Anti Cain IMIIs. an?! the result has tti.it I havo <*ntirt-1v ?*ra<li?-.i t'-?l my ?i ?>f those ?.?ntinuous hr?a<lai*hc*.'-i tli.it follow a ?-??ntinual mont?l strain. They have ?tmo for mo all that is claimed for them." O. 7. KCSSFT.T.. A|tC4N.W.Kr.. Battle i'.?-?k. Ia. ?T have rase-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 March 1909

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. VI. MATHEWS C. IL, VA., THURSDAY, MARCH 11, U)()i>. NO. 1>. TAFT TAKES THE OATH AS THE 27TH PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. Blinding storm Mars Ceremony At The Capitol ? Oath Administered In The Senate Chamber?Pluck Triumphs Over Obstacles. UNUSUAL FEATURES OF THE INAUGURATION OF PRESI? DENT WILLIAM II. TAFT. For the first time in 76 years the President took the oath of office In the Senate Chamber and delivered his inaugural ad? dress there. For the fir^t time the Presi? dent-elect and his wife were the guests of the retiring President and his wife in the White House before the inauguration. The heaviest snowstorm ever seen on an inauguration day swent Washington, blocking the streets, stoppine: cars and delay? ing trains for many hours. For the first time since tne in? vention of the telegraph the capi? tal on Inauguration Day was practically cut off from communi? cation with the outside world. Thonph the announced line was broken in many cas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 March 1909

?be Seurnal. URNAL PUBLISHING CO., - * ?LOO IVr Year in Advance -SJS> W. M AR vis M inter. Editor. ? >h:tiMsrie? and resolut i on s~of resi?ec only l>e inserted as paid matter fur I? a charge o? five oenta per hoc is Communication? advocating candi ?1 ?tea for office wul be charged for at tegelM" luve rate? for advertising. Reading notice? 10 centa per Une. Contract rate? furnished on appli c 4i ion. AH tran?ient advertisements will be charged for at the rate of 50 cts. per ? for the first insertion. 25 ct?. per inch for each subsequent insertion when no chanee is made. Thi: JovttXKl. would be greatly in? debted to it? correspondents if they will mail their new? letters so as to reach thi? office before Wednesday morning. A great many items hare to go unpublished or be carried over until the following wee* and be stale rcad ing because they no not reacn this office in tinne. THURSDAY. MARCH 11. 1909. As a personal friend of ?ach of the three prospect...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 March 1909

~b* 3ournal. I ntereO at tl Post i ) t?ce at Mathew Kg. H.. Va., a* secon?-class matter. I Al'FOlNTMKNTS ON MATHEWS circuit. March 14. Salem. 11 A. M. " Bethel, 3 P. M. 21 Central. 11 A. M. Salem. 3 P. M. 28 Bethel. 11 A. M. " <J*?tral, 3 P. M. APPOINTMENTS OM BAST MATH PEWS CIRCUIT. Beolah 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sup. 3 P.M- 2d " 4th ?? St.Pauls it VM 2i\" 4th M ^P.M.isi" 3J M THURSDAY.MARCH 11. VJ09. LOCAL ITEMS. Lfersoiial Mentions Around Mathcws and Yicinit?. Mr. E, Baker arrived in town 'rom Richmond on Saturday. Mr. G. W. Forrest spent sev? eral dayi in Norfolk this week. Mr. I. N. Winder left on Tues? day's boat for a business trip. Dr. A.G.Vaden returned Thurs? day from a flying trip to East tffern Shore. Mr. Ernest Browne, of Norfolk was in the countv this week on a riving trip. Mr. Henry Suddith returned Tuesday from a several weeks trip to Norfolk. Miss Caroline Hurst returned Wednesday from a several weeks visit to Norfolk. Mr. W. E. Marchant, of Crick I^Mt Hill, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 11 March 1909

Heart Troubles The heart may bo weak fOBk thfl same as the ??; stomach or other organs. ft en happens that a Person is horn with a weak bitrt Then again dis . fevers, nvor-oxortion, anxict; nervousness, rheumatism, etc weaken the heart. The result is shortness of breath, pat p.ita?on, pain in the heart, or in some of the nerves of the ehest or abdomen. The heart should be strengthened with a tonic, and for this nothing equals Dr: Miles' Heart (1ure. "I ti:id I .-liiripp.^ list frill ns I thouRlit in :i mild form. I was wnk, tired feellns, ?nd short of breath: could hardly i?<> about, and a ii. ;il of the ilmr sort of an SSthmattO in? and oxtrrmelv nervous. I began taking Dr. Miles* Hrart Cur? ?ind Nervln? ami now I fed so much totter In i'xrrv wnv. T am so thank? ful that T tv-pan taking this modi'-ine. and shall not "hesitate to tell others how much good it hu don, im," Cits r. j. Norton. fleevin?. Now York. Your druggist sells Dr. Miles' Heart Cure, and we au...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 March 1909

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. VI. MATIIEWS C. H.. VA.. THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1909. NO. 13. GREAT PREMIUM OFFER! In order tolnncrease our large circulation we will for the next thirty days give any new or old subscriber who pays in advance, the Matthews Journal Jfor 1 year and a pair of Steel Shears. j^ You pay the regular price of $1 for the paper and get the Sheers free7" If they are to be sent by mail add 10 cents for postage. A full year in advance must be paid to secure this premiun. SIOW View SHOWINQ TXM3ION STfOAB The Steel Sheers given away are made of high grade steel, perfectly tem? pered and heavily nickel-plated on a highly polished surfa^. A patent tension spring takes up all wear on the riv.i so that the edges will never wear dull. A simple turn of the thumb screw will adjust the blade to cut anything from the thinnest and delicate fabric to the heaviest material. MATHEWS JOURNAL, MATHEWS, YA. L I. ll'MIO. 0, Pr?t SARDS 5 BIT! Wffm i f. NOTTINGHAM, (ash The L E. Mumiord Banki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 March 1909

?bc 3eucnal. vrnv TliriSlUT ?Y ?OUftNAL PUBLISHING l ?*"* tl.OO Per Year m Adrases."??; W. Makvin M?ntkr. Editor. 'tunrio; and be inserted as paid ^ ?i a charge of tive cent* ne* linf i? '. e. Communication? advocating candi? al ites for ofticc \v*nl b? ?harg?! fsr at rutilar line rr.tcK for advert? ai ?ir. Reading notice? 10 cent? t>?r line. Contract rate? furnished 0:1 appli? cation. All transient .idvertisemeat? will be cnarged for at the rate of 50 ct?. per 1 ich for the first insertion, 25 ct?. per i ob for each subsequent insertion when no change i? mad?. Thk Jodunai. would be greatly ia i'ebt^d to its correspondent? if they fill mail their news leuer? ?o as to reach this office bet?re Ws?ne?<"n\ morning. A great many item? have to g > unpublished or be carried ?ver natxl allowing ween and b? ?tale read ? ?g because they 0? ?ot r?aea this office in time. THURSDAY,MA?CH IK. Being interested in all educa? tional matters, especially so when they p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 March 1909

i Ubi journal. ntered at tt Post Ofoof at Mathew H.. Va., a? second-class matter. APPOINTMENTS ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. March 14, Salem. n A M. M bethel. 3 P. M.dJ 21 Central. 11 A. M. " Salem. 3 P. M. " 28 Bethel, 11 A. M. M ,4 Central, 3 P. M. i nPOINTMENTSON EAST MATH EWS CIRCUIT. Beulah 11 A.M.ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M. 2d M 4th V St.Pauls 11 4.M 2d" 4th " 3 P.M.ist" $d " THURSDAY.MARCH 18. ?909. LOCAL ITEMS. * - Personal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinity. Hon. J. Bord Saars returned Tuesday from a trip to Baltimore. Mr. G. S. Marchant left Satur? day lor Baltimore via. the Rap pahannok River line. Mrs. Robert Hunley, of Hud ^?pns, returned home Sunday from JRi trip to Baltimore Mr. Andrew Brown, of Norfolk, spent several days at his home ne?r Mathews recently. Miss Ellen Douglas Garnett returned Tuesday from a several weeks trip to Richmond. The political waters are fer? menting with candidates these <la\s, especially these court days. |> Miss Ritchie Hudt'ins, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 March 1909

Rheumatism Do yni want to ?ot rid of it i If so, take Dr. Miles Ne ?Cine modified as di lo?SVl in pamphlet around bottle. In addition to the direct curative properties it has a soothing eiTe^t up? on the nervous system by which the rheumatic pains are controlled, and rest and sleep assured. It has made many cures of this painful disease, some of them after years of suffering. If it will cure others why not you. It' your case is compli? cated, write us for advice, it costs you nothing and may save you prolonged suffering. "I was bo eripplod that I could KSreety walk. After having: my hImx-s on for an hour or two I could manag?? to ?TSUI by suffering the pain. Then I beSySB to have pains nil though my system. My doctor told mo I bsd nu actif?' attack of Inflammatory rheumatism. I read about Or. Miles' Nervine, bought a bottle nnd i eom men^?'d to get better from the start and for the past six months have ?esroely any pain, and am able to walk as well as ever." JAS. H. SANDERS. P. O. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 March 1909

THE M IATOWS COUNTY. DIGGS. vol. vr. Springtime is here again we are -ad to say, although we have hid ? very pleasant winter. -Mr. Elrna Morgan gave a cle -*htful oyster roast last Thursday a few of his friends, and a jol lie reu fiei' VK II. "EWS JOURNAL. oi<r of A., THURSDAY, MAltOI I 25, l<)Oi>. NO. 14. GREAT I ? rn m\w crowd you could scarcely find .Mrs. Dollie Owens gave a q.iilt party at her home last Thurs ? y, everv one present seemed to __^^^_^^^^_ 'J0^ *ne ^ay very much. After t_ ^^j ... ?e busy Angers had put the last ?n? ?"> 2? \a mfea?e Our large Circulation We Will ?tch is the lovely qu.lt we were ?nX T^Z?,de8UV3S?ber who P*ys in advance, the Hiied to the dialog room where Vnf, L f,^teel S^CarS-- * ? eood sUl.per .waited us. The YOU pay the regular price of $1 for the paper an<he.ry party was then entertained A f ny Sre t0 b! Sent by mail 3dd 10 Cents ^r ?? hour with music and sing A lull year m advance must be pai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 March 1909

Tibe 3ournal. ISSLT.D CVKUY T?CKSl>AY |Y TOURNAI* PUBLISHING CO.. ***-* SI.00 Per Year m Advanen.-?*: W. Marvin Mintf.r. Editor. Oblt-iane* and resolutions nt rptnee Can only be inserted as paid mattertV* which a Charge of five cents j^er line ia made. Communications advocating candi? dates for office wiii be charged for at regular line rate? for avdvertielnsj. Reading notices 10 cents i??r lise. Contract rates furnished en appli? cation. AH transient advertisements will b? charged for at the rate of 50 eta. jkt inch for the first insertion. 25 cts. per Inch for each subsequeat insertion when no chantre is mad?. The Journal would be greatly in? debted to its correspondents if tney will mail their news letters no as to reach this office before Wednesday morning. A great many items have to go unpublished or be carried over until the following ween and be stale read i ng because the? en aot macn this office in time. THURSDAY. M A MC H 25, 1909. t . ? i .i . ? . ..., ? ;??!,?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 March 1909

Zbi 3ournal. ntered ;>t tl Post Office at Mathewr II.. V.t.. a h secoud-elaas matter. APPOINTMENTS ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. March 14, Salem, 11 A* M. 14 Bethei. 3 P. M 21 Central.11 A. M. / " M S.ilem. 3 P. M. \ " 28 Bethel, 11 A. M. r* " " Gantral, 3 P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON EAST MATH EWS CIRCUIT. Beulah 11 A.M.isf and 3d Sun. 3 P.M. 2d %* 4th ?? St.Paul's 11 \.M 2d" 4th M 3 P.M.ist" 3d *' THURSDAY.MARCH 25, '.909. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinity. Mr. G, S. Marchant returned Saturday from an extended busi? ness trip. Rev. L. J. Pliaup will preach at Central Sunday at 7:30 p. m., instead of 3 p. m. Rev. Charles E. Richards will ? preach at Oak Grove Christian Church at 3 o'clock Sunday. Mrs. Alex James is in South Norwalk. Conn..visiting Dr.Chas. Bohannan. formet ly of this Co. Dr.A.G.Vaden and Miss Mabel Anderton visited the latteis home in Saluda a few days this week. Mr. E. Baker returned to his home in Richmond on Thursday, after a several weeks sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 March 1909

Headache? If it does, vou should, try Dr. Miles* Anti-Pain Pills. Why not do so. They will relieve the pain in just a few min? utes. Ask your druggist There are 40,000 druggists in the U. S. Ask any of them. A package of 25 doses costa 25 eents. One tablet usually stops a headache. They relieve pain without leaving any disagreeable after-effects ?isn't that what you want? "My son Frank Fnyder has used Dr. Mile?-.' Ant I-Pain Tills for a ions time. He never had anything: to hHp him f=o much for headache. A jnssr nco h?? nmc home, and I was down ?=i.~k with BSCh a dreadful nerv? ous headache. He gave me ono of tho Anti-Pain Pills, and after while I took another and was entirely re? lieved. I always keep them in the house now. and gave many away to other? suffering: with headache." MRS. IXX7OT I.KWELLYN. rowell. South Dakota. Vour drugaist sells Dr. Miles' Anti Pain Pills, and we authorize him to return the price of first package (only) If It fails to benefit you. Miles Medical Co., El...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 April 1909

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. VI. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, A Pli II, 1, l?)()?>. NO. 15. GREAT PREMIUM OFFER! In order to increase our large circulation we will ior the next thirty days giva ?ay ne v or old subscriber who pays in advance, the Matthews Journal [for 1 year *nd a pair of Steel Shears. You pay the regular price of $1 for the paper and get the Sheers free. If they are to be sent by mail add 10 cents for postage. A full year in advance must be paid to secure this premiun. The Steel Sheers given away are made of high grade steel, perfectly tem? pered and heavily nickel-plated on a Irghly polished surface. A patent tension spring takes up ail wear on the rivet so that the edges will never wear dull. A simp'e turn of the thumb screw will adjust the b'ade to cut anything from the thinnest and delicate fabric to the heaviest material. MATHEWS JOURNAL, MATHEWS, YA. L E. MUX10..D. rrei. SAND. T.HIT& Vlce-Pm . f. NOniNGHAIl, lait. The L E. Mumford Banking ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 April 1909

[SUING CO., Marvin Min : er. ? .ditor. r -nocc s p;\ l?i r.'.lttT ful _;<? ot t"?%>- cents per line is AH trttusicut ttdvert!_4.i--C-?tu will lie for a. the rate of 50 _K. per i for the fir>st insertion, 25 cts. pef ?quest in?< l no chance is made. TH..KSF.AY. APIIL 1. 1W?. Having perfect confidence to the ability and integrity of Hon William A. Jones we have ?ratted patiently for him to explain his reasons for voting in favor of the so called subsidy bill recently passed by the House ot Repre* itatives, Sonic of the state papers have criticized Ins actions in a very Stringent manner. All these de nunciations apuear to l*e very un? just in the li^hl of the deaf ex? planation given in his lattei to the Times-Dispatch, to which we are gladly surrendering space this week. JEditor of the Times Db patch: Sir,?On my return the city on terday from my home in Vir? ginia, where I had been Sir.ce the adjournment of the last Congress attention was di...

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