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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 10 June 1909

TElx journal. Enteret! at rr Pont Ofliee ;it Mathew Hm Vu., rh secontl-cla."?s matter. THURSDAY. JAN. 2. V LITTLE LOCAL 1TB?S. The public school at the Court House will reopen on Monday next. A prompt attendance is ?xpected. "The Turn of the Tide"' was a ureat ?access, financially and dramatically speakj^ig. JX\w en? tertainment took place on the night of the 26th, at Clement's ;hop. ny&rthe Battery, ami long before tfte time for the putting on n the play.word was given to let no more in," as the house a' ;s crowded to its utmost pacilv. There were so many h ft '? >or- that tin 11 its r? j>: tition 'Mi the ni<*ht of tin- 27th. )utside of a few fresh youths who wanted tobe heard and who nterfercd with the hearing of the auditors in the first act everything issed off serenely. The play Js as well Staged as it was r >lc for it to be and the acting ol he members of the company was xcellent. There is no use mak ng special mention of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 10 June 1909

THE PACIFIC LIMITED. OATTVtXHlP CROJVNG ?Week's Clererest Cartoon by Manrioo Ketten, in tho Now York Evening World. THE SOUTH HAS JUST FINISHED ONE OF THE GREATEST CHANNEL-MAKING UNDERTAKINGS IN HISTORY New Jetties Ready For Big Ships?Lower Mississippi Gets ^amgn One of World's Deepest Harbors. New Orleans, La.?One of the I greatest channel making undertak? ings In tho history of American river Improvement will bo brought nearly to completion when the fettles at the mouth of the Southwest Pass of the Mississippi River are finished. These jetties, after some dredging between them is completed, will give the South one of the deepest harbors in the world by openings to the access of the largest steamships afloat the 100 ard 200 foot depths of the lower Mississippi River. The harbor thus made accessible has navigable water connection with at least a dozen States bordering the Mississippi and its tributaries?the Ohio, the Missouri, the Arkansas and the Red rivers. Al>out $6,00...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 June 1909

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. V?)K. VI. MATIIEWS C. II., VA., THURSDAY, JUNE 17. I'.mki. NO. 26. L L Hi'MIO .0, Pr?t. SANOS Mi III Vlce-Pru j. P. NQTTINGHAI, CtSi The L. E. Mumlurd Banking Cn. P.iid Up Capital $120.000 Surplus and Undivided Profits $75.OOO MATHEWS C. H.. VA. Solicits t? J accounts of firms and individuals and offers to **Mstomers every accomodat ion consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Money In Vault Covered By Burglar ^'* -*: <& Insurance J& Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M fammmyMmmmmmwmmwmMWamammw?mmmmmMmm^mmmwmwM^mwmmmm I ^ _ ss?^s?.s?B...M^rss?a???sTasTas?ss?j>?s??ss??ssss?e Old Diminion Steamship Co. Schedule Bet-ween NcrfolK and Mathews and Gloucester ?Counties. SIHAMEK -.vOBJACaf Monday. Wt dncsd.iy and Friday Lv Norfolk, C.'s Whf ? " ? orts. North St. Whf ?' Norfolk. Bay Line Whf ?? OUI l'oint east'RIVER ' PtstlpcVi Whf ?? WiliiMiiis" Whf '? Hicks- Wht ?? Dlggs' u h{ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 June 1909

tU?S 3vtirnal. ? ??-m i isasi ?? ? ??????* !??"? I vtsv ?VJE^cy TACKED A*. .P?*- Xcmr *n A?b ?vbmc.'**^ M. ?d*toi aodOwfior. UK?iics ?Mid resolutions of re*i?ec ?ior.toJ a*V paid matter fur I <v#c vf t>e gtut? per line is ? ? it aslstej^stssBicots wUl.be :or ist tUc /:*te of 60 ots. fter for the ti.rt>t ig?is>r?on, 25 cts. per each ?ubscMtiestt ?usortioo ?amre i?.tu*do -?:!).?tucatioos ;id\s?catin? cwadi ice w.jil be charge?! ior a* ne rates fox advertiAVMC. . OSS W costs D?tr li.4*e. ite? 'ur.wJsbAd ??0 *Ps>li I ?A4, wutpld ?oe gr*atly La \s con espoudeuts if <hey thru- news letters 30 a? to this office before Wednesday ? em many items bave to i>lishcd or !>e carried ov?v until >1 lowing n?l lie stale read not jreaca this in time. IHCR3DAY, .?i NK 17. 1909. tift that su the votereofthe tin out tr> hear Judge - teaif here on the 26th and I nose who heard Mr. when he was here...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 June 1909

t Ubi Journal. ntened at tt Posit Ot?ce at Mathew H.. Va., a? second-class matter. APPOINTMENTS ON MATHEWR CIRCUIT. June 6th. Bethel, it. A. M. M M Central, 3:30 P. M. 13th. Salem. u A. M. M Bethel, v.30 P. II. 20th. Central, 11 A. M. Salem. 3:30 P. M. M 27th, Bethel, 11 A. M. * " M Central. 3:30 P. M. [ APPOINTMENTS ON EAST MATH *%WSJ CIRCUIT. V^eulah 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sun. 3 PM. 2d " 4th H St.Pauls 11 -VM 2d" 4th M 3P.M.ist44 3d M THURSDAY. JUNE 17, 1909. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Matliews and Vicinity. Mr. Oscar Lilly is in Norfolk. Mrs. L. C. Garnett returned on Friday last from a short trip to > Norfolk. ^-Children's Day exercises will Mr held at Bethel on Sunday might June 20th. Miss Lucile Douglas leaves this week for the Summer Normal in Charlottesville. Mr. Harold Blassingham. who has been absent from the county for some time is at home again. Mrs. Holder Hudgins and son, of New York are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hudgins, at Hud iWins. n Mr.-and M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 June 1909

To Enjoy ?W ful ans?iksc? of the Well-informed of the World snd the Commendation of la? most eminent physicians it ?ras essen? tial that the component parts of Syrup of Figs aovi Elixir of Senna shodld be known to snd approved by them; there? fore, the California Fig Syrup Co. pub? lishes a full statement with every package The perfect purity and uniformity of pro? duct, which they doman! in a laxative remedy of an ethical character, arc assured by the Company's original method of man? ufacture known to the Company only. The figs of California are used in the production of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna to promote the pleasant taste, but the medicinal principles are obtained from plants known to act most beneficially. To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine?manufactured by the Cali? fornia Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sale by all leading druggists. The hie trees of California aro the oldest living things in the world. Es? timates made from cross sections of some of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 June 1909

THE MATHEWS VOL. v MATHEWS 0. II., VA., THURSDAY, JANUARY, K?, ii>08. NO. ? L E. MUIHiO ;0. Prei. SANDS SMIIfa Vlcp-Pm J P. NOTTIMiHAH, lash ? The L E. Mumfurd Banking Co. P,iid Up Capital $120.000 Surplus and Undivided Profits $75.OOO MATHEWS C. ti., VA. Solicits V ** accounts of firms and individuals and offers to ^"stomers every accomodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Money In Vavilt Covered By Burglar j& Insurance 4& Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M OLD DOMINI?N LINE. BETWEEN Norfolk, Gloucester, and Mathews Counties. Effective July 13th, lt07. Steamer "Mob-jack." Mon. Wad. mu? Fri. Tu cs. Thurs. and Sat. Lt. Norfolk (O. D. Wharf). " 1 ortsmouth(North St Wharf)- ? ? ?? Norfolk (Bay Line Wharf). u Old I'olni. ?? Philpot's Wharf, East Hiver.... " Williams' Whnrf, East Hiver ... * *' Hicks'Wharf, East River. Dlggs* Wharf, East River. " Roano's Wharf, Ware River. " Smith's Wharf, Ware ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 June 1909

?be journal. ?s?ves? gsasav Taimaos v sv ?OUJtNAL PUBLISHING CO., ^****? tl SU Par Year tn Advance.'*** Jase J. Murk?. Ehuimm Mgr. ?*mn%%wtmr^s?mmMwmmmBws=ammTm~.-i-mLi<tL ?? \Y. JA*. 16, '90*. uld Ue greatly in rreepondeats if they ir news Retters so as to thiK off) ce bet?re Wed asad a> A great many item*, have to Wished or be carried over until ?. mg week and he stale read - aise they do not reach this ; wie. >9i'ttarics and resolutions of respect -. l>e inserted an paid matter foi i arge of Hve cents per line it ni cat ion s ad locating candi itas for office wi?l be charged for at ir line rates fer advertising, Reading notices 10 cents i?er line. ?trxct rat-> '??rnished on appli nt advertisements will be *be rate of 50 cts. per ' insertion, 25 cts, per subsequent insertion ' js made. ?u MNT ALL BILLS. v is the antidote, or - oreventative of im? ?n J pernicious legislation. li introduced into boih h ?s o? t ue L?gislature sho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 June 1909

Uht journal. Kntered at ri Post Office at Mathew ?<". U.. Va., a? second-class matter. THURSDAY. JAN. 16. 190?. little Cocal items. There will be a preaching ser? vice at the Westville Baptist Church next J?unday morning -and night. ? * It is rumored that the'^Presi dent has under consideration the Appointment of former Gov. A. J. Montague to the Federal bench. There is a bill now be? fore Congress for creating a new U. S Circuit court, and it is to the proposed Virginia Circuit that Gov. Montague may be ap? pointed. Mrs. Letitia Tyler Semple, neice of President John Tyler and mistress of the White House during President Tyler's term, died at the Louise Home, Wash? ington. Sunday, Jan. 5, aged 87 rears. The body was taken to Williamsburg, Va., for interment. For many years Mrs. Semple had lived at the Louise Home. FOR SALE ? Sound seven \ ear-old. iioo pound horse, kind and true. Price $125. Barred Plvmojth Rock Cockrels, fit for breeding, no finer birds any? where. $1 ea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 June 1909

MMteOirvoRWOitu*"Nrnu-ra.* i Ib Very Many Cuses It Is Weakened ?MaMf* lin. Frank Roseboom. 611 South Washington St.. Moscow. Idaho, says: "Inherited kid? ney trouble grew steadily worse with mo until so nervous I could not sleep at night. I was dizzy and spots floated bo fore my eyes. My -M 5, |5fcv back and hips ached and every cold set? tled on my kidneys and made me worse. I have used many different medicines and was discouraged When I began with "TDeaa/s Kidney Pills. but now the eym*pfipms thaX alt me are gone." . *4 Sold by all dealers? ?O cent; Foster-MlVburn Co., Buffalo, N. Personal Responsibility. In a consular report from Ger? many which was published some months ago tho statement wns mad? tlmt not only in every wreck, col? lision or minor railroad accident "thoroughly investigated" in that eouutry, but that "invariably sonic f>no Is held responsible and punished for the occurrence." except where tho proof is conclusive that human vtgllnnco and care could not b...

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

THE MATHEWS . -? . ? ??- ? ? ?_?____________ VOL. VI. MATHEWS ( . II.. VA., THURSDAY, dl JOURNAL. LY I, 1909. NO. 28. L E. MUMIOKD, PffS. SUDS SIM, Vlce-rris- j. P. SOTTINOBAI, Cast The L E. Mumf?rd Banking Co. r.tid Up Capital $120,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits %73,OOO MATHEWS C. H.. VA. Solicits t! ** accounts of firms and individuals and offers tc <"*stomers ?very accomodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Money In Vault Covered By Burglar & Insurance j& Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M Old O?minion Steamship Go. Schedule Between NorfolK and Mathews and Gloucester Counties. STEAMER "MOBJACn" Monday. \V?rimsday and Friday Lv Ar. Norfolk. (\.'s Whf 6 30 a.m. ' orU. North St.Whf 118 " Norfolk, Hay Lim: Whf 7 00 " OJd l'oint ?00 *' FAST RIVER .Phiipot" Whf 10 00 ?? Williams' WT?f 10 15 " lfi< ks' Whf 10 80 ?' Digfa' Whf 11 00 ?' NORTH RIVER Auburn Whf 12 00 m. Dixoudals Whf ...

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

Journal. KY Til \Y. ** _ ?;<??-* Si.00 Per Yc-r in Adrance.****** ??????. v : y ' _J_ ai. Mintcu. Editor and Owner. -?''j.-i-fir' ? ' ' Obituaries an<T r?solution? of rest>ec iily be insetted as? paid matter for o a charges l.vo cents i?cr line is i.ule. ..?Contract rate? farniabcd on appli ation. Tmc JoraNAi. would be greatly ic- | ?lebte?! to its 'correspondents if they . ?will mail their*news letters so i reach thia office before Wednes morning. A great many i'.ems h. KO unpublished or be carried over until j the following wee* ami be stale read-j ng because *.hcy oo n-n reacn this office in time. All transient advertisements will be charge?' for at the rate of SO cts. jkt the first insertion, 25 cts. per each subsequent insertion when no chance is made. rtsnuntcattona advocating candi i"i ites for office will be charged for at TtfRulai line rates for advertising. Reading notices 10 cents prr line. THURSDAY. Jl'LY 1 , 190?. While the people of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 July 1909

tXbi 3ourr>;?. nterevl at tl P?>nt Office a* M ithew H.. Va., a* necond-clao matter. APPOINTMENTS ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. July 4th. Salem, it A. If. " Bethel, 3:30 P. If. nth, Central, 11 A. M. " u Salem, 3:30 P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON EAST MATH Ews circuit. s> Betilah 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M- 2d *' 4th ?' L St.P^ . ii A.M 2d4' 4th M - *' 3 P.M.ist" 3d M ? ? ? ' ? THURSDAY. JULY 1. 1909. LOCAL ITEMS. A Fcrsonal Montions Around Matliews and Yirinitv. ? Mrs. George Tinsley is in Rich? mond. Mrs. Grace Seigal is with Mrs. Bob Lee Sears. Taylor Garnett will visit his home next week, Mr. Flavius Marchant came to jthc coutuy Saturday. Mr. Turner llealy leaves this f^wcek for Newj>ort News. ?' Rev. L? J. Phaup spent several days in Norfolk this week. Mrs. W. P. Link, of Norfolk, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. James 11. Peed. Mr. Henry Terrie, now residing jn West Virginia is visiting rela? tives in the county. Mrs. Giles Cook and family have returned fro...

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

MUNYONS PAWPAWPILLS Tho l*!tt Stomach ? n<l LlTor I'll!? kn..? ? ? ixl m positive ?ud CtifaatfcMa, lti'U-r^llon. Jniiinli<i>. Billon Sour Stotnaoli. II.i.! m ml nil a I -: from u ?llsor d r r c O stomach oi ?fmmtttTli liver. Tlicy I I'otit.iin in ronmtrat I ?><l form nil tl)*? vlr twa nml ' Hnroft*! r?iu r?\r tonic nn'l an* mnrtc f ii tlio lul-c of the nW'Pl? fruit. I i;nlics|t:iil!i :l.v recoin III? ii* hrliijr tli?? l>'.-?t lux?. tlM> ntoi eaibantr trer rompomit/ioi i> ?' ? ? ?um" If to>i nro not pcr llxflrtl I vlll refuatl your money i .i i \ i u?.Dnrwl JKFFKKSON STS.. rilll.XDKI.PHIA P\ MUNYOHS PAW-PAW PILLS '-^JL-' [G1 ASSIFIED /\DVERTIMMrN7f( I'll o? o - u ?. PH. Airri-i i<? ' i \ i loi ?m? \m? p?u.vi i\?. Um* ?tlnd ? lifhctit ?<> ul* em ??!%?>?? ,? '?ur>i.??in, Ttjr Us ftlMl liKiMiivimvil Sat Isfaction yours or nioiH-v ?&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 July 1909

THE MATHEWS JQURNAL. VOL. VI. MATHEWS C. Hn VA^ THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1909. NO. 29. L E. Hl'KHKD. Prit. SAUDS S M III VlCC-Pm J. P. NOTTINGHAM, Cash The L ?. Mumford Banking Cn. Paiid Up Capital -_ $120.000 Surplus and Undivided Profits $75,0 00 MATHEWS C. H.. VA. Solicits t? 1 accounts of firms and individuals and offers to f'stomers every accomodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Money in Vault Covered By Burglar ass? Insurance ?s9 Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M a Old Diminion Steamship Go. ScKedule Between NorfolK and Mathews and Gloucester Counties. STEAMER "MOBJACIt" Monday, Wtdncsday and Friday Lv. Norfolk. Co'?* Whf 6 30 a.m. " ' offt?a. Nor! h St. Whf ? 45 " " Norfolk, Buy Line Whf 7 00 " ?? OKI 1'oint 8 00 ** EAST RIVER " Pliilpofs Whf 10 00 " ?? Willinms* Whf 10 15 " ?' Hicks' Whf 10 30 " ?? DigfS' Whf 11 00 " NORTH RIVER " Auhurn Whf 12 00 m. " Dixondalc Whf 12 10 SEVERN RIVER " Severn Whf 1 00 p.m " Old Foinl 5 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 July 1909

journal. acr. ?. and resolution* of resucc ? inserted a?, paid matter fur eha?*aja ol H\? cent?. per line is ?KSDAY. JULY 8 . 190*?. tl a lengthy editorial of last ?s the Southsitie Sentinel is Irai- I to say that we have mis? led his previous statements have misrepresented his po !?< the legislative tight. We IVIf. Ryland that it is not intention to misrepresent any ly, neither does the weakness rtdidate force us to adopt j m se for we firmly 1-e the confidence of the Mathews and Middle? ogth, in his courage it y will be pressed by their ballots on Aug- ] do doubt ol tion of his merits. ; also because in } ?ts own county the Lattering support which Mr. ian will receive will suffici lv indicate that at least a laig< u of the good people of Mid llesex do not claim mem>er > in the Mutual Admiration vtety whose membership is litn 1 t-> two. and the ?labor?t? presentation of whose doctrines red so prominently in the Sen? tinels labt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 July 1909

TXIh Sourna?. ntered at ft P?*.t aj lath? K.. Va., a* ?ecoual-cla?? matter. iPPOINTMENTS ON MATHKWS CIRCCIT. July 4th. Salem, u A.M. "? Bethel, 3.30 P. If. 11 tli. Central, 11 A. M. Salem, 3:30 P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON EAST MATH EWS CIRCUIT. Beulah 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sun. N *? .3 P.M. 2d ?* 4th' "? St.Vau.'if 11 A.M 2d" 4th M 3 P.M.ist" 3d " \ THURSDAY, JULY 8, *.909. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Matliews and Vicinity. Mrs, Watson, of Richmond, is -with Mrs. Dabney. Baker. Judge Taylor Garnett arrived at home from Pittsburg on Tues? day. Mrs. L. B. Hunley left on Wed? nesday for a trip to >>orfolk and vicinity. Dr. L. S. Foster and son, Lit tleberry, visited Mrs. Nancey Foster Sunday. Miss Mary Gibion Hunley will visit Miss Mabel Foster on East River this week. Mr. Marshall Peterson, of Nor? folk, visited Dr. and Mrs. C. C. White, several davs this week. Por Clay and Black Peas go to '''Spring Dale." 7-8-it. Alex. James, Master Grayson Wray.of Hamp ton. a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 July 1909

?>? Xrnmv T?t AeM ??4 UwrwT 8b?ko into )Osr ?hora Adro'? Foot Ease dee for t?^ J-,t It nmk.s ? i?>t>? n-H SSSf t ?ir*n t ? '.?n?, and Swr.< and Ingrim?n* !)ru'--i*t? ?ivl Ni<* ?? , Sample Kfnt h iirs Addre? .\ ?Juntcd. I^rKoy. N \ The depression in the Dundee Whml so acute that there is daiiRor of the Industry disappear -Mg from the Iiritish Is: l*r I ?: i ? . ? ? ? i , <' .r.II ?' < . Ml PI !r . i r ? >t'lei<. I>ltrr'-.?i '>.-, Mi'-rv ,?t ' V 1> i:;l*s 20c *U'l W> ? t. T bottl*. The first sleeping car was started >\<t the tracks In 1 v l*ott?*r than ?,,| I Like it In cdnr- Kam? ins Wissrd ? >il th? bei?! of nil reme \,r r m. nnrel?M, sad nil pain, ? >.| inflnrnnuit The world's a\ Unfall Is t"?u nchee. 13. N. U. '2H. Mii Wnwlows Soothing Synip forCbiMrrr? lev? hing, soften* th?gums,reducesint'ionnm ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 15 July 1909

THE MATH EWS VOL. VI. MATIIKWS ( . II., VA., THURSDAY, Jt JOURNAL. LY 15, 1909. NO. Sfc L ? HUM?O..O, Prei. SANDS SKIIB, ?t+Tm I P. NflTTINGHAI, lath The L E. Mumiord Banking Co. fold Up Capital $120,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits $75,000 MATHEWS C. ti.. VA. Solicits il s accounts of firms and individuals and offers tc ?"'stomers every accomodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Ac-Counts. All Money In Vault Covered By Burglar ?a? Insurance +?> Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M THE BLACKSTONE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Established in 1894. The aim of thr> school is clearly set forth by its miMtm\TmT'mr\ "Thort-uph instruction under potitircly Christian influences at the Iowee Vi\\J\ IU: possible. The school wan established by the M^thodirt Church, not to make money, but to furnish a placo where rir!? can l>c friven thorough trnininjr in body. mind, and heart at a mudcrulc cost. The object has b^?'n ?o fully carri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 15 July 1909

te Souroal ?' i iir.^s.D A ??.Qfj ?c.r >>*r ,io Advance.'** ditorantfOwner. nsiHiarien and resol tit ion ?.oi .n^suec I be i cisvied ."v? p?td roaUnrfur Ce.?f ti,ve.cc.uts p?rime is THI'KSDAY. jri,Y ,i = . Owing;to -the ^sh otf adver? tising and ot-.^qr matter, vve are .forced to give up .our q^i^qriaj ice this issue. The Farmer's Opportunity. The steadier .bringing *?o .our county the experts upon the .various branches .o? ?Canning, whose Coming .\v.e pientioned some time ai:o, will reach East and North Rivers .on July 17th. She will make the trowing steps: jpixonda;!e {rom 9 to .10:39 A. M.. Hicks Wharf. 11:30 to 12:30: P. M., and Williaros What*. ?m 1:30 to 3:00 P. M. The meeting will be addressed at each place bv several geptlernen who .are well kno-vn agriculturist and who will doubtless impart some .valuable imfonualio.il lo the fann? ers who come out. A SI'EC I ?I- FKAfLR*: The ladies o? Christ Church will serve l,ight punches and re? freshments in the c...

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