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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 August 1909

?bt 3ournal. Kitterei? at tt Po*. CH->ae at Mathew? . U.. Vau. a* __tct?*-d-cla*- matter. APPOINTMENTS ON MAT UK WS CIRCUIT. Aug. 22nd. Bethel, H A, M. ?* ** Central, ; P. M. 29th Salem, 11 A. M. " Hethel. 3:3?' P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON EAST MATH EWS CIRCUIT. ^Beulah 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M. 2d *% 4th ?' St. Pauls 11 AM 2d" 4th M ' M 3 P.N'.isl" 3d " THURSDAY. _\_fc?UST V*. V*>9 1 I LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Mathews and YicinitY. Mrs.C.N.Hudgins left Saturday for her home in Portsmouth Rev. E. K. Odell. leit Saturday for his home m Williamburg. M-. and Mrs. E. Baker left on Tuesday for their home Rich? mond. ! Mr. Frank Moore of Middlesex spent several days in the County ?recently. Miss Beth Browne left tor Nor? folk, and Max Meadows, Wed nesday, Mrs. Asa Bush, of Norfolk, is visiting Dr. and Mrs. Marchant this week. Mr. Walker Fox of Unionville "Middlesex, is visiting friends in an the C ?umy. Mrs. Page Nottingham is on the Eastern Shore of Va?,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 August 1909

-trWYOir*? KM IN F. VT IWKTOF8 AT TOClt SKRVKK FRKB. fteA m Pe?iny to Pay For the F?lkwt Medical F.aiuination. If you are In doubt as to tbe cause of your disease mall us a postal re? questing a nuMllral examination blank, which you will nil out and return to us. Our doctors will carefully diag? nose your caso, and If you can be cured you will be told so; If you can? not be cured yon will be told so. You are not obligated to us In any way, for this advice Is absolutely free; you are at liberty to take our advice or not as you see fit. Send to-day for a medi? cal examination blank, fill out and return to us as promptly as possible, and our eminent doctors will diagnose your case thoroughly absolutely free. Mn.yon's, 53d and Jefferson Sts., Philadelphia. Pa. The Mexican government has con? tracted with the Krupps to build a plant for the manfneturo of bullets, Biiiokl?\ss powder and guncotton, ni'ar Vera Cruz. - ????- IIKAD I? 111 lllrl...? < ? I?f ItlNI. Whether fiom CoUl*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 26 August 1909

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. VI. MATHEWS C. H., VA^ THURSDAY, AUGUST 2?, 1909. . NO. 36. L t BlMOKO, Prtt. SARDS SMI, Vlce-Prvs J. P. FIOTTINGIUI, U?? The L. E. Mumford Banking Co. $120.000 $75.000 fold Up Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits MATHEWS C. H.. VA. Solicits V y accounts of firms and individuals and offers tc '"stomers tvery accomodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Ac^unti. All Money In Vault Covered By Burglar <-2P Insurance _9 Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M THE BLACKSTONE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS k-stab-i-hed in 1894. The aim of the nchool __ clearly set forth by it? KMi*\TwT'er\. "Tho?->U-rh Instruction under positively Christian influences at the low__ IVH-/I IU: pos-ible cost." The?chad w_u?e?t_.bli8h?xl by I ha Methodi*. Church, not to make money, but to furnish ? place where Kirls can be gi?/cn thorough tr?ininjr in body. mind, and hi-art at a moderato cost. Th? object has been t o f i:!ly carried out ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 26 August 1909

?"be 3ournaL Ft? EVERY THURSDAY. ?a.on Pet Ye^r ?* Adva?c?.-?a . M. MttfTfefc. Editor and Owner. im>i .r W???? m.m* r?llUSBfHl sm**l reaoUitlonS Of restxec cm only be inserted at* paid matter for ? ich a charge of five Cent? pet line ia nu de. ?t i i __?________._ THURSDAY. A?G?BT 26. 1909. ' ? ?- -*? " ? We sincerely trust that the people of the county will signify ?heir desire to improve the school stem an., their interest in the -ire welfare of their children by attending; en masse the iucational meetings on londay Tuesday and Wednes? day. With Dr. E. H. Russell, ar accomplished educator present, the occasion will be a peculiarly auspicious one for dectlsslon rela? tive to the improvement of our schools. It should be a time when the school patrons and of? ficials should meet in solemn '^se! as it were and strive !y, assisted by the advice o. Di Russell and the Division Superintendent to formulate a plan for the advancement of edu . tion in the county. They .?ould work ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 26 August 1909

tlbi. 3ournal. Entere*! al U Pos? Office at Mathew* . H.. Vs.. a? second-cla*s matter. APPOINTMENTS ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. Aug. 22nd, Bethel, ti A. M. Central, 4P. M, 29th Saletn, 11 A. M. " Bethel. 3:30 p, M. APPOINTMENTS ON EAST MATH KWS CIRCUIT. Beulah 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M. 2d " 4th " St.Paul's H \.M 2d" 4th " 3 P.M.ist" 3d V THURSDAY. AUGUST 26. 1?*W. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Mathews and Yiciaitv. Mr.R.R. Marchant o? Baltimore was in town this week. Mr. Ernest Browne is in ihe County. Miss Varinna D. Miller left on I ?n Friday (or Roanoke Va., Capt. Gaius Billups has recent? ly been toBlueRidge Springs,Va. Miss Irene Gavie of Portsmouth is with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ran? som. Miss Ethel Ruland, of Balti? more, is visiting her friend. Miss Gladys Williams at Hudgins. Mr. Sheppard Miller is in Bal? timore after a protracted visit to "Spring Hill." Judge G. T. Garnett is spar? ing his mill wheel which has been broken tor some time. Mrs. R. S. Billups of Baltimore is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 26 August 1909

T IKXTTOR8 A? ki.vice FftiEB. Hot sx IV.my to Pay For the Pellest lii.il I Miminatlon. If you are In doubt as to the cans? ?so mall us a postal r^ a medical exainlnationblank, whl? ill All nit and return to ?a. Our doctor? "?111 carefully diag? nose your case, and If you can be ? yo?. will Im ??>'.d so; If you can? not bo cure?! you ?til bo told so. You <?t obligated to us In any way, for this : tolutety free; you are at liberty to take our advice or not as you see fit. Bead to-day for a medl eal examination blank, fill out and return to us as promptly as possible, and our eminent doctors will diagnose your caso thoroughly absolutely free. Munyon's. 53d and Jefferson Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. Man's Inconsistency. Two Ti!t>n Mhos?? ofll?r_Mi \?.?>re on thb ad Boor were on the first f_dc_, waiting for an elevator. Long and Impatiently thej waited. "Y?>u'-, do< looking extra well, remarked the lawyer. "No. Rangle." replied...

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

THE MATHE VOL. VI. MATHEWS C. II., V itkws Mannt Equipped wilh a lo 11. P. 1 Steam Engine and capable < any boat of not more than i We are now ready for bus force of Carpenters,_Painters, chtnists. Etc., always on h? JOURNAL. KMBKH 2. IS?W. NO. > I L L IONIO .0. rrn. SARDS .8111, YlccPres ?j P. RQTTINGB?i. Cut The L. ?. Mumford Banking Cn. $120.000 $75,000 F?jtd Up Capita. Surplus and Undivided Profits . MATHEWS C. H.. VA Solicits t. 1 accounts of firms and individuals and offers tc *-??.tomers every accomodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Account?. All Money In Vault Covered By Burglar *m9 Insurance JB> Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M THE BLACKSTONE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Eatab-iabed in 1894. The aim of the school is cleexbr ?et forth by it? mMf^TT?\. ,4Thoro__,h inn .ruction under positi-ely ?Christian influences a* the I<mc_. Vr\\J\\ XXJl possible coat." The school w_* established by the Meth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 September 1909

mal? -DAY *>*8 Sf.449 r.?V faW i.-? Adr??cc.-tM V. M. Ml?NFJEl(. fciiitgr-'iiiOwijcr. ?hit??**ne? au' rcs?*>l?.ih?nj? of rCSSjCC only be in?erte?l as paid qsattcrfuC h a c?arg- o* h\c seat? n)tr Une is ade. THURSDAY. SEPT? 2. 1900. Those who kick so strenously abont omission of the pUdge from th~ ballot in two or three counties will have a hari tir.ie convincing their consciences that this is a reason for jumping the he genera el lion It ! u ? rtunale that such - ? D occurred. :-;-t when ' r . ?Jiffer ifinoeg printed the ballets for e.r respective counties it would ,eem not only possible but prob? able that some mist ikts would be made. For our part neither bet?re or after the primary have we had any faith in the use of the printed p'edge upon the ballot to deter : hose who voted in the primary ! :;i voting the Republican ticket thev desired to d<> so. The :nin, wh<? does not regard ihe ..oral obligation to support the n.inee se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 September 1909

Ubi Journal. Entered at U. Pw? Office at Mathews . H.. Vs., a. ae?cood-claaa matter. APPOINTMENTS ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. Sept. 5th. Central. 11 A. M. " M Salem. 3 P. M 44 lath.Bethel. 11 A. M. ** Central, 3:30 P. M. *' 19th,Salem. II A. M. ** ,4 Bethel. 3oO P. M. " 26th,Ccntral, 11 A.M. M " Salem. 3 P. II. APPOINTMENTS ON EAST MATH EW8 CIRCUIT. Beulah 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M. 2d *' 4th '' St.Paul's i! *\.M 2d" 4tU M 3 P.M.ist44 3d " THURSDAY. SEPT. 2. *.?*><.. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinity. Mr. E. Baker is in town this week. Mist Est .-lie James is in the County, Miss Alice Healey will attend Farmville Normal School this session. ?* Mrs. Ruland of Baltimore, is visiting Mrs. C. S. Williams at Hudgins Miss Pamela Hudgins is visiting ~~her sister Mrs. Saoie Marchant at Crickett Hill. Mr. Claude Leach, of Norfolk, is visiting Mrs. E. M. Blake at Hotel Mathews. Miss Helen Vaden of Danville is visiting Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Vaden this we...

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

the BEST REMEDY For Women-Lydia If. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Noah, Ky. ? " I ?'as oassing through Ute Change of Life and Buffered from B headaches, nervous prostration, and hemorrhages. "J,ydia F.. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound made me well and strong, so that I can do all my .kowscwork, and at? tend to the store and posi>oftice. and I feel mue h younger than I really am. "Lydia K. Pink Dmpoundisthe most successful remedy for all kinds of female troubles, and 1 feel that 1 can never praise it enough." ? Mus. Leons HOLLaAND, Noah. Ky. TheChangeof Life isthemostcntical period of a woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time invites disease and pain. Women e very whereshould remember that there is no other remedy known to medicine that will so successfully carry women through this trying period as Lydia E. PinKham's Vegetable Com? pound, made from native roots and herbs. For 30 years it has been curing women from the worst forms of female Ills ?inflammation, u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 9 September 1909

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL^ VOL. VI. MATHEWS C. II.. VA., THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER !?. 1909. NO. 38. _. ?. h.MID.O. Pf?. 51-03 .Hill Tl.e-.ru j. P. NOni-SSiS, CHI T pH iie L E. Mumford Banking Co. $120,000 $75,000 P.iid Up Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits MATHEWS C. H., VA. Solicits t\ ^ 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 ?-?7 Insurance __?> Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M fritl!l.?? p^ EJ? "?if tS? Mr; i ? ' i i rSfS** THE BLACKSTONE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Itata bitched in 1894. The aim of the school is clearly set forth by it* aj|_'YT*T_r_- "Tboroufrh instruction under positively ?Christian influence!? at the lowes. IVH_M IKJZ po____|? -ost,** The school was established by the Methodist Church, not to make money, but to furnish ? place wher?> irirla ?an lio priven thorough training- in body. mind, and h?_a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 9 September 1909

- ?-1 SURD R\ KY fu KS A $1.00 Per Yc.ir t?j Advaaa "W. M. Mints,-. Editor sod Owner. Obit?i "-i.??- jii?' r?S?alattiotm mi r?**n?ec - mi only be inscrib? .-?.?-. paid mattrr foi ch a charge <jf fire cents per line i* .le. F SDAT. S ICI? T. 9, The sooner the oystermen nn( ihermen of Tidewater Virgini; realise the significance of the ol< .phrase. "United we stand; divid ed we fall," in its application t< tluir own future prospects, th better off they will he. In thi way alone can the? hope to con ? - vardofftbs unfavorable 0 persistently urg< bv the ?vtstero representatives ! s have ahreadv mad< .is for a big fight ?-it the ?*-sion ol the Legislature, i lid therefore be wise for the gtnento inakereadyfor tbefray The oystermen and fishermei Gloucester indicated their in? st in the situation on Com v by fixing a date fora mas eting of the citizens ol th< inty for the purpose of select ing ano! instructing delegares t&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 9 September 1909

?lx 3ournal. Entered at It, Po?. Office at Mathews . H.? Vs.? as i*ooad-class matter. APPOINTMENTS ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. Sept. <tH, Central, n A. M. M " Sa?em. 3 P. M " uth.Bethel. n A. M. " ?" Central. 3:V) P. M. ? iQth.Sa.en.? 11 A. M. M M Bethel. 3:30 p. M. *' 26th,Central. 11 A. M. M M Salem. 3 P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON EAST MATH EWS CIRCUIT. Beulah tt A.M. ist and 3d Sun. ? M 3 PM. 2d M 4th ?' St.Pauls 11 \.M 2d" 4th M 3 P.M.ist" 3*i M _?, ,,:-- ?',.,??, _. Z THURSDAY. SEPT.?. 1909. ?? - LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinity. Mr. R. S. Lilly is in Norfolk his week. Mr. S. G. Miller left fBr Balti? more on Tuesday. Mr. Ben Smith is visiting Dr. and Mrs C*C. White. Miss Willie Kirwan has left for Baltimore, and West Virginia. Mr. Earl Marchant. ofCrickstt Hill, spent last week in Norfolk, Miss Emma Jacobs of Bal ti? m?te, is visiting friends and rel? atives at Hallieford. Rev. and Mrs. Henry Lane of Warsaw recently visited "Wood stock" Mr.ColemanRansome ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 9 September 1909

HT4* Yo VU KM.XKNT IKKTTOI? AT Yol It SKKVU'K FRKB. Wo* s Penny to Pay Por ths Puilrat Medical Ex, a m I nation. If you are In doubt aa to tbe csuse of your disease mall us a post.) re? questing a m?dicale* vmlnatlonblank, which you will fill out and return to us. Our doctors will carefully diag? nose your case, and If you can be cured you will be told so; If you can? not b* cured you will bo told so. You are not obligated to us in any way, for this sdvlce is absolutely free; you are at liberty to take our advice or not as you see fit. Send to-day for s medi? cal examination blank, fill out and return to us as promptly as possible, and our eminent doctors will diagnose your case thoroughly absolutely free. Munyoo's. 53d and Jefferson 8ts_ Ph.tadelphJ... Pa. Too Great A Strain. Theater Manager?You say you object to having r?al lood on the . table in the banquet scene. Mr. Greonspaynt. Why, the rest of the company are delighted at it!" Mr. Greonspaynt Yes; hut my part requires me to r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 September 1909

THE MATH EWS JOURNAL. ? VOL. V. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, JANUARY, 253, 1?MJ8. NO. <3. J L E. I.UMiO^. Pf8i S4NBS SMI1I flce-Pr?* 4. P. MTTIRGilat Ulb ; The L. E. Mumford Banking Cn. Pxiid Up Copitai $120.000 Sxirplus and Undivided Profit? $75,000 R MATHEWS C. ti.. VA. Solicits t? "* accounts of firms and individuals and offers to ^"stomers ^very accomodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. AU Money In Vault Covered By Burglar j& Insurance <a9 .Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M t OLD DOMINION LINE. BETWEEN Norfolk, Gloueoster, and Mathews Counties. Effective July 13th, 1:07. Steamer "Mobjack." Mon. Tues. Wed. I Thurs. and and Fri. Sat. A. M. A. M. Lr. Norfolk (O. D. Wharf). 6 3) 6 3? I orUmouth(Naa*h StWharf). 6 45 6 45 ?? Norfolk (Bay Lino Wharf). 7 Ou 7<0 ?? Old I'olnt. 80" 800 ?? Phil pot's Wharf, East River. 10 < 0 10 tO ?? Williams' Wharf, East River. 10 15 1)15 " H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 September 1909

journal. ? ? Il ii.irirs .? lily be Ina r lt.IC is - e w??' be cli i I 3Trset r ?shed on a; ?un. IT fr.-?nstei;t ;nl\ ?:c?i for at lue i for the fi'rs'l leofc for eacii vhen no change is man AN EP rTv Kev. Rich;;i Mai he If Lee att'l to-day v il.l t ht* v c After polit I imagine, u were associa our best m pie. H? wept ?. <rd of pideon." Jackson } . 1er have 1 from -vu my a word ! i and r: time : li*lp. ) ?il a:j(I o? ? wield. Lee Yea, and -^r. and i?u ? and chi Jacks ;:; plan. I'il ex : will pian a ?n^t JM Philadelphia 1 the ene mv t o al in vet? rate. aid al nslvi.il ? I arkson Fot hi ];? ? pontii uing ) Oai South la . alreadv in ai nis, ( ippi and ? o?in? rth Cart i a ci; v and the NV-. ! prusade. eed? I propose wc s au j girl ami colleg< ? hat y* ?. to. Yonr St? J?jMy ;;v;ioJ. l:.it's. liie key to 11 JL<. yo I it., ? \ of Gideon." .Ia G? :)? i . . ? I fiirth' i jai..es, thi i P? ? >in and til . among V to ! }he: X t's all i The pla. wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 September 1909

Ubi Journal. Entrre<i at r\ Post O nice at Mathew 1 ?.. Va., an ?econU-clHA* matter. TIU'RSPAY. JAN. 23. 190S. Lirp LOCAL ITEMS. he birthday party of Miss Etta Dayis at Hudgins was a grand was filled K'erflowing and Miss Etta was I); remembered by her manv The table was loaded <lown' with fruits and confections and M'iss Etta and M?L1 Helen lindgiosreceived the uuests with stately dignity. During the ev ninii Mr Stornier. Miss Gladys Williams and Miss Lillie Willams entertained the quests with music on the piano. It was close i<> the small hours of the inorniuR when her n.iests depart? ed to their homes, wishing Miss Etta many returns of the day. Mr Mar h dllWhite also enter? tained the company with music. LOST A small signet ring ?:h the? monogram B. L. S. Kinder will return same to Sears ?Villiams, an 1 receive reward. i he Rev. Richard Ferguson will preach at Beulah and Bethel day next. Beulah ?lie morning and Bethel the afternoon. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 16 September 1909

REV. TROUTMAN SENDS BEST WISHES FOR PE-RU-N A Rev. George A. E. Troutman, Mi Washin-gton, Mo., Writes, "My Wife and I Are Strong ' Believers in Pe-ru-n-a." Catarrh end La Grippe. Rot. 0*k>. A. B. Troutman, Mi. Washington, Mo., writes: ?'My wlfa and I ara strong bellersrs In Poru?a. I was cured of a bad case of catarrh when nothing else that I tried had any effect. Mv ^nfe was eured from a mevere cane of la frrtppf. and wo feel that the least we can do is to gratefully acknowledge the merit of P?rima. "My wife joins me in ?ending best wishes for year success." Throat Trouble. Rev. IT. W. T?te. 920 Lincoln Avenue. Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio, writes: ? For several years 1 have been troubled with a peculiar spasmodic affection of f/w? throat. It would seize me suddenly and for a few minutes I would he unable to speak audibly, and mv breath would be greatly interfered with. I would be obliged to easp for breath. "I finally concluded that it was some cntarrhal affection whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 23 September 1909

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. VI. MATHEWS V. EL, VA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.5, 1909. NO. 40. CHESAPEAKE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. CHEBAPrAKE LINE." ELEGANT PA*?*NOER ST KAMERS "COLUMBIA" AND '-AUGUSTA." For OLL JPOINT COMFORT and NOR . ? *OLK, VA. BtcsoVrcrs leave Ha timor? daily (ex? cept r^tindav) at 6 80 P. M . au4 Icare 4~Q?4$? Polst Comfort at 6 <>0 A. M. and Norfolk st 7 0? A/)V where connection Ib made with the ??fU Lines for all points Bouth. -TORK RIVER UflE." ELEGANT PASSENGER STEAMER "ATLANTA" For WEST POINT and RICHMOND VA Steamer lcare-; Baltimore Tuesday, Thursday and Satuiday a 5 P. M. and arrive VVest Point Ht 7 40 A. M.and Rich? mond at 9 20 A. M Steamers call at Gloucester Point, Cle? ment's. Clay B mk and Allmond's STEAMERS LEAVE BALTIMORE FROM PIERS 18 AND 10 LIGHT STREET WHARF. Through Tickets to all points may he secured, baggage checked and state? rooms ?escrved from the City Ticket Of flees, 119 K. Baltimore street. ARTHUR W. ROBSON. Agent. 127 E B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 23 September 1909

3?ucnal. KApAY. m+-k %i.tf) yCj- YcNv- i.d Adxaocr.-?? W. If. Mi^fsfji.at^itQj-^QdPworjr. fMiUmrtf? *V^ resolvuion?; of rcs-vec ?ni v b? h mi jnatt c. 'Jl*l hw-1 AY. S-EH The Republic m speaker here ,on Monday evidently tried to make the best o? a bad /natter but he was too fy.eavi.ly fyandicaped I'v the record of bis party; its cor? ruption in national affairs, aiul ?he bad oder which ?t$ brief reign in this state had lclt in tlve nosr tills of the citizens of Virginia to withstand the .vigorous onslaught ,of Senator Saunders. The Republican Party has the disadvantage of Jiaying refused to ^practice what it preaches and is making strenous efforts to pluck ?the m:>te from the eye of pemoc racy regardless of the tremendous beam that obscures the vision of its own optics. Expatiating up ,on ring rule in the Democratic party they may be reminded of .omnipotent sway exercised by Si ein p and Martin over the Re? publican organisation. When they criticize the manner in which -t...

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