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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 23 September 1909

tint Journal. Entered *t t? Vom Office at Math?ws . H.. V*.. a* ^cood-clu** matter. APPOINTMENTS ON MATHEWR CIRCUIT. Sept. sth. Central, n A.M. M " SaJem. 3 P. M " 12th,Bethel. 11 A. M. *' Central. 3:30 P. M. " i^th.Salem. 11 A. M. M M Bethel. 3:30 F. If. " 26th.Central, 11 A. M. * M Salem. 3 P M. OINTMENTS ON EAST MATH EWS CIRCUIT. Beulah 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M. 2d !" 4th " St.Pauls n *.M 2d" 4th " 3 P.M.ist" 3d *' THURSDAY. SEPT. 23. 1909. LOCAL ITEMS, Personal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinitv. Mr. S. G. Miller is at Spring Hill this week. Mr. and Mrs. Cec'l Billups of Norfolk, are at "Poplar Grove." Miss Maggie Tabb of Glou? cester, visited "Woudstock" last week. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lane, of Norfc , arc with Mr. Lanes, parents. Mr. G. B. Palmer of Burnswick, County, is visiting Rev. and Mrs. Giles B. Cook. ^ Miss Clara Forrest has recently returned from a trip to Norfolk, and other Points. Miss Ethel White, of Norfolk. is visiting her friend, Miss Estelle Diggs near Mo...

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. — 23 September 1909

THJC PLACK BEYOND They call the Place To-morrow ? Alter The \\'?y. Re-Patient, Keep-of Heart-aad Cheer; \er tMN, ? hit beyond the stile, A little farther on. but never here. And ml day long and through the fretful I saw them struggle, toil, keep dream on UKh valleys, up the hills and o er the neu'l 11 ever when they reached there it was gen And if they toiled a mile, it moved a mile road. At break of every day They thought to reach it in a little while lusk it seemed M far away As when the day began; they saw the lights That flickered through the dusk a weary mile. . Along the road, and some toiled on o its. Thcv call the Pia e To-morrow?After While! And some fell faint and some were red I strong \>.ui coUTH?tt blood that would not be denied. If through the valleys dim the way was long. The Place was just upon the other side. If up the hills the journey led and ?teep And rough the way, the bells of it rang eh And some I saw to run and some to creep, And fell a curse, and now and ...

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. — 30 September 1909

TliE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. VI. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1909. NO. 41. Old Virginia Mountain Pure Ryo WhisRey ?6 Yoarts Old. Beet and riche?* wbl-dray In toe world lor medicinal and family uv?. DidtiUed from well-cured uioanbuu l'yc. C&seof4 Full Quarts 93.O0 Gallon Jog GILT EDGE WHisKejr ?ice an?! neuem $2.00 JentucKy Corn L60 Orrtor b> irall from an old re? liable house, established 8S y?-."\r(?, enclos Inf money order. Good? promptly ?hipped. OEO. W. -WRIGHT <E? SON W"b?le**Ie Liquor F>p?Ick kttQ4 I^igHt St.. Balllmor * Md^ ?R. A. M. MARCH AMT. ^ DENTIST ^ Office Orar Journal Building. all Kinds of Dental Work Done. Gas Administered OfTloe Hoursi Oto Oi I to O. Leslie?-C: Gamett, Attorney-at-Law. Mathovys, Vs. WJP praotioe l9 the Qojtrti of the m of ?atkews, Middlesex and ma lot lu Counties of Matkews, Glouoes CHESAPEAKE STEAMSHIP I COMPANY. "CHESAPFAKE LINE" ELEGANT PASSENGER STEAMERS 'COLUMBIA'' AND "AUGUSTA." For OLD POINT COMFORT and NOR? FOLK. ...

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. — 30 September 1909

e ScarnaL VE? ?VEKV THU**I>AY a ??.?o J%*/ T-t-* ix AtUamat. Vf. HMir-r**. PcV-to* aadOwner. resolutions ot r* /run only be iuaerlcd hs paid m??.U?-r <*?*? arbtcb -a fbarsT? ?o? o ? oenU per lio? is ?y^^^?^^g?mp^?^^wcig*i^^^ 1 H?K?p>V. fc?PT. 30. ISO Nodoufetth* Ho?v Rollers of AVett Daxburrv Ha?. were sadiy ?disappointed becaixe the world did not come to ?a end on Satur? day as they predicted We would be glad if our friends who are in trie rears would con>e aip. It takes oiooev to run a newspaper just a-s it does any other business. We tiusf that a hint to the wise is sufficient,. The Editor is in receipt of an interesting volume cutjtltled, 'Cradle Day? o? New Vorkt" from Mr. Ralph J, Morris, who is now in Brooklyn. N, Y, We ap? preciate the gilt very much and trust that Mr. Morris is prosper? ous and happy. POWELL?DOUGLAS On Sunday morning last at ?:3o o'clock a quiet but pretty m <rriage took place, in the Pas tor's study of the Freemason S-Teet Baptist Church, wh...

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. — 30 September 1909

Ubi 3onmal. vt tk Poe? offlc? art M*th*u * ; il.. V i., a* secoml-class i PPOINTMENT? ON M CIRCU? I - m Sept. -Jth, Central, n A.M. " - Sahrm. 3 F M " 12th.Bethel* 11 A. ?' Central. 3:30 P. M. '" i9th,Salem. 11 A. M. " Bethel. 3:30 P. M. " 26th,Central. It A.M. " " Salein. J?. II. PPOINTMENTSON EAST MATH KW8 CIRCUIT. Beulah H A.M. ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M. 2d M 4th ?' St.Pauls 11 A.M 2d" 4th M 3P.M.ist" 3d M THURSDAY. S KPT. 30. '.909. LOCAL ITEMS. ^Personal Mentions Around Mathews PsWw and Vicinity. Mrs. Grace Siogel has left for Richmond. Mr. Emtnett Jarvis is in Balti 1 more, and New Ycrk, this week. Mr. J. A. Weston is at home from Baltimore, for a shoit time Rev, and Mrs. C. B. Richards liave left lor a two weeks vacation. Ja Mr. R. L. Mc Crcady spent Several days in Norfolk, this week; Mr. Cicero Blake and Mr. Harris, of Gloucester Pt., were in town on Tuesday. Mr. E. C. Percifull is in the county this weeic looking after the school affairs. Mrs. Gentry and Miss Grace Siegel will...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 30 September 1909

WO UTS FORKVBR. Bdieon hu perfected ft bftttorj which he ?ay? will La** lndoflnitel? end revolutionise the pr?tent propelling power. Prof. Munyon eaye It It only a question of time nntll a remedy Is fllacorered that will supply the waste of the human body, so that one may lire on almost indefinitely, barring accidents. This seems almost too good to be true, but nothing seems to be impossible in these days when we consider the flying machine and ^be wireless telegraph. Prof. Munyon has certainly revolu? tionised the practice of medicine. He doe? not believe in building hospitals for consumptives. He says that con? sumption can always be traced to a cold. Cure a cold and you prevent consumption. His Cold and Cough Remedy will break up almost any form of a cold in a few lours and positively prevent Bronchitis and Pneumonia. To convince the medical world and people in general of the truth of his claims he has distributed millions of vials of the Cold Cure, ab? solutely free, from the le...

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 October 1909

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. V. MATIIKWS C. II., VA.. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 20, 1?IOS. VH ?UXtOO. frev 14*03,1111 Nce-rr? J P. NOniNGHAH, ( 1SS The L E. Momford Banking Co. $120,000 $75,000 ici Up Capital Irplvis end Undivided Profits MATHEWS C. H.. VA. licits t! **< accounts of firms and individuals and offers to Corners every accomodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. AU Money In Vault Covered By Burglar J& Insurance <*S> >urs: 9 A. M+ to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M OLD DOMINION LINE. BETWEEN orfolk, Gloucester, and Mathews Counties. Steamer "Mobjack." Mon. Wed. and Fri. Tues. Thurs. and Sat. Norfolk (O. IX Wharf). VortsmoutlKNorth St. Wharf)... Norfolk (Bay Line Wharf). Old l'oint.. Philpofs Wharf. East River ?Williams' Wharf. Baal Rivet . Hicks'Whnrf. East Hiver. Diggs' Wharf, Baal River. Roane's Whnrf, Ware River Smith's Wharf, Ware River Hockley, Ware River. Auburn Whnrf, North River Dixondale, North River. Severn Wharf, Se...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 October 1909

I. SV ?? i" '??''. if they era so as to nvs have to 1 over until stale read h tJii n of the | cept lor the work ot the track tl, athletics are at still here. Our prospects for a ! showing on the track, how? ever, are very good. We have i)c< n lortunate enough to secure the Rev. Rebert Nelson of Blacks burn, Va., to train our men, and there are a large number o? last sprinters trying for the team. They are training at present for a meet in Richmond, Va., in March. It is not known whether there will be other meets for us this spring or not. K. T. 11. SIMPLE REM?DY FOR LA GRIPPE. L.;i grippe coughs arc dangerous they frequently develop Into pneu iBonia. Fei-y"s Hon j nul T;u m>; only stops ili." cough but heals an?! strengthens the lungs so that no Ser!, us results need be footed. The line froley's Homy and Tar con? tains oo harmful drugs ami is in a line vllow package. Refuse substitutes, ?jld by all drugp i VENTION granees the at i( nal Con good deal to nominated vvill be their...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 October 1909

TEbi Seurnal. Post Ofi? hew C n.. Va., mm ?ecoad?cla*a nsautii THTTRSDAY. I LITTLE LOCAL ITEMS. The Battery Minstrel Troupe gave its initial performance at l'>. 10. Clements' shop at tlie liat? ?n Irridav night, Feb. 14. The weather was stormy so the crowd that attended was Dot very ku They repeated the rformance on Monday the 17th at the same place. The troupe are up-to-date, in jokes. SOBgS, dancing and all that go to make u| a good minstrel entertainment The auditors are well pleased ". ith the performance and it ought to draw large' houses in the dif? ferent places they will appear throughout the county. They appear to-night at Red Men's ~"Wi**it the Court House. FOR SALE -A very desirable homo on Horn Harbor, 20 .?eres of land, 14 acres in cultivation and 6 acres in woods; 5 rieres < f good oyster shore to no with it; good buildings. For terms, ?Sic, apply to W. P. 15?IUM.' Port Haywood, Va. The Vestry and the trustees of Trinity Church property have di rected the Treasur...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 7 October 1909

News of Virginia WWTS ALUNS 11VRREP. IEN. i*ink I, made been the 'for female ills. fcurecl thousands or mhled with. [ion, nice ra >?ularities, that bear , indigcs )stration. sick Ivice. un <is to [ass* \e For the veninos my a pound n" BORAX. ?m package Borax Co. ips and thf> ly sent you fCard gamp, lely printed with full laying. En educational, the. family. ,0c. in the BRU, Man( >ifil berry, is the remains and }S4amw ?nibling a mix love? and nut It derives the lile un Inferior ?<> and parts of ?America, Jamaica [tn the world from ?orted. Itfcs. ?oman's club the 'hang rut tee? Do langing coin windows on ! 0>e hang of i.he latter pasa s. Richmond (Special).?Senator Parks, of Page, called up his resolu? tion directing that the Virginia mem? bers of the national Legislature shall <l and urged to vote against the admission of any more of the immigrants from Southern Europe into this country. In speak? ing to the question Senator Parks de? clared that the promoters...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 October 1909

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL._ VOL. V. MATH I0WS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, APRIL, 23, 19?3. NO. 1?). Four Reasons Why You Should Use H A Iv O N PAIN T. 1 irst?It is absolutely pure, Seconc1?It is guaranteed to being made from the best take one gallon Linseed Oil material. to each gallon pa;nt. ?^???^??mM--*e--?-M If You Want Results. Use SHALCN PAINTS. Write Us To-Day For Prices and Descriptive Color Cards. Third?It will cover more square feet to the galion than any paint sold on this market. Fourth?Its durability is un c qualed. I> A I N T S ?Se OILS, L F.. Kl!XIO<.D, Pr?s S4NDS SMITB ?!ce-Pr?s J P. NOTTINGHAM, (ash The L E. Mumfttrd Banking Co. $120.000 S75.000 P.?id Up Capital Sxirplxis and Undivided Profits MATHEWS C. H.. VA. Solicits tT "?. accounts of firms and individuals and offers to ^"stomers every accomodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts A.11 Money In Vault Covered By Burg'lar Jt& Insurance ?C? Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 October 1909

rbc journal. ISS' I !>W BY 'Oi'KNAI. PUBLISHING ( ?*-* ?.nijper Yenr in ? ? -?X ' ; TKR H\vpo oricter. ] K. .P?.-!??; i ka .General Manager. faswKA.r. would i?e greatly In 1^.?, , .1 ?r? ,t* oirrf^iviivi'iits if they rill mall their new? as to l !? this oJVtce bet?re Wednesday 'mom ' A great many items have hi 'gw unpublished or be carried orer until 'the following week and be stale read M because they n<> not reach this in time. Obituaries and resol utlone of respect Uin only be inserte?! .is paid matter for ??hieb S charge of five cents per line is made. ComuMintcntions advocating candi .1 itcs for office wii' be ^charged for at "lasrular line rates for advejrt??l?tg. Reading notices 10 cetrbl pet line. Coiitract rates furnished on appli? cation. AD transient advertisements will he charge?: for at the rate of SO cts. per .tneb for the first insertion, 2? cts. per 'inch for each subsequent insertion vben no change is made. THURSDAY, APR II Present indications arc .thai .th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 October 1909

Tunal. *t Office at Ma ?ui-cia.?* matter. I? LOCAL ITEMS! r. Julian Christian was in ?folk several days this areelT. Ir, T. B. Kant-, who has been for the hist two weeks, tire glad to say, is improving. ifessrs. 1 Garnett and We lev Foster werl in Nor sevor.il days the first of the teaching next Sunday at 11 a. it Westville Baptist church d at 7:30 p. m. at Macedonia lurch. [Miss Blanche Treakle, ol Lau? ster county, arrived lure on hursdav last to enter upen the lities of milliner for Wyatt Folfl We desire to call the attention pur readers to the following Wyatt Wolffe, K. Walter et, W. II. Rowland and help at Point Brees [O?r. Wade Foster and wife, of [lewport News, arrived in the innty on Sunday. While here [hey were the guests of Mis, E, M Blake. They leave today for Gloucester, the home o? Mrs. roster's relativ< Thieves entered the store of Igpens u Armistead, of Suf ans, ay night and relieved the cash drawer of about $< i ol this amoin.it was in checks and it is though?)...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 14 October 1909

?gs _/i\\rtf'Oennn acts gently yet prompt? ly on tac bowels, cleanses me system ejfecfcually, assists one in overcoming halntual constipation permanently, io get its b?n?ficiai effects buy the Genuine. rianujncturerl by me CALIFORNIA f\o Syrup Co. SOLD BY LEADING DRUGGISTS-504 f~B0TTU. THE DUTCH BOY PAINTER STANDS FOR PAINT QUALITY IT IS POUND ONLY ON PUREWHITELEAD MADE BY THE OLD DUTCH PROCESS Eyesight Ami Locality. It is said that host eyesight is possessed by those people whose lands aro vast and barren and where obstacles tending to shorten the sight aro tew. Eskimos will d a white fox on the snow a great distance away, while the Arabs of tho deserts of Africa havo such ex tromo powers of vision that on tho vast plains of tho desert they will pick out objects Invisible to the or? dinary eye. Among civilized people the Norwegians have hotter eyesight than most others. A Hit Of Wisdom. Howard?-You know, they say that a little learnin's a dangerous thing. and I've found it to be tr...

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 October 1909

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. VI. MATHEWS (. II., VA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1909. NO. 44. FVural Why do you continue to keep sums of money at horn a or about your person, thus tempting the rob? ber or murderer, when this strong and modern bank is anxious to serve you? The newspapers have recently published accounts of horrible crimes committed for the sole purpose of obtaining hoard? ed money. Don't delay; act now. Write for our booklet, "How to Bank by Mail." It tells you how easy it is to have an account with this great bank? ing institution. 3 Per Cent Interest, compounded semi annually from date of deposit, paid on sav? ings accounts. PLANTERS NAT?0NAL BANK 12th and Main 5ts., Richmond, Va. Capital $300,000. Surplus and Profits, $1,175,000. L E. Ml'JtllKD. Pr?t. SJRDS SWIB, VlcePrts J. P. NOTTING??K, Uia The L E. Mumford Bonking Cn, Pi.id Up Capital $120,000 Surplus and Undivided Profita $75,OOO MATHEWS C. H.. VA. Solicits tJ i accounts of firms and individuals and offers to '?"?to...

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 October 1909

Ire 3ournale ?~ u ?'?? ' ? ? *? " n ii ? i ~ D SVEKY THUKSDAY. 00 Per Y>*r ??; Atlvatjee."^*: MljfTEK. Editor aodOwner. triarte? aeul ce?wlMtion?of resr*?c I\ bc inserted as paid mattcrf--r h a chj.ru* o? live cent? per line is ?nade. IlfTKSDAY. OCT. 21. 1<XW. Campaign beer, disappointing to the Re| lican sympathisers. At it many prediction were made by that putty in ro. to the great fight which waf to be put up. <?reat speakers o? National fame were to be brought into the state and the Democrats were to be slaughtered right and left, But how diff?rent is the realization when compared with the antici? pation. The Republicans have been worsted in every debate'.the great speakers who were to come from Washington have prudently ained within the limit o? the citv and the campaign assumes the appearance of a huge joke as all previous Republican Cam? paigns in Virgin'a have. Indeed thev could srarc< ly ??tier results. Led by everal o? whom deserted 1 mocratic Party because ' n...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 21 October 1909

XI bt journal. CntereU at tt Pom* Office st Mathews . H.. Va? a? sect/otl-cla?? matter. APPOINTMENTS ON MATHEWS 4 ?CIRCUIT. ?Oct. 3d. Sethel, u A. If. 44 Central, 3.30 P, M. 10th, Salera. u A. M. " " Bethel. 3 P. If. " 17th. Central, It A. M. " ?' Salern, 3 P. M. '" 24th, Bethel. J t A. M. M M Central. 3:30 P. M. 319t, Salesa, it A. M. * - ?ethei, 3 P. M. 5? - APPOINTMENTS ON KASTMATH /. v EWS CIRCUIT. eulah 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M^ 2d " 4th V ? .St.Paul's u A.M 2d" 4th M t M 3 P.M.ist" 3d M THURSDAY. OCT. 21. *.909. LOCAL ITEMS, s? Personal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinity. Mr. F. Theo Miller is in Nor? folk, this week. Mr. J, T. Christian has return? ed from a trip to Baltimore. Mr. E. M. Maxwell has recently .purchased a fine automobile. t* There will be no issue of the Journal during the Fair week. For Sale?A buggy good as new cheap. Apply Journal Office. io-7-tf. Mr. Eddie Forrest has returned from the Disciples Convention in Pittsburg. Mrs. Lillian Craker of 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. — 21 October 1909

IfUrTTOira EMINENT DOCTORS AT YWR SERVICE FREE. H?C a Penny to Fay For the Fullest Medical Examination. It you are In doubt as to the crus? Of your disease mail us a postal re? questing sniedlcal examination blank, which you will fill out and return to Is Our doctors will care;ally diag a*M your case, and If you cad be cored you will be told so; If you can? not be cured you will be told so. You ara not obligated to us in nuy 1 ibis sdrice is absolutely free; you are at liberty to take our advice or not as yo? see fit. Send to-day for a medi? cs! examination blank, fill out and return to us as promptly as possible, and our eminent doctors will dlagimso your ease thoroughly absolutely free. Munyon's, 5 3d and Jefferson Sts., Philadelphia. Pa. Randolph's Sarcasm. Old John Randolph, of Roanoke, oace rose in his seat in the Bcuatt and said: "Mr. President, is it not a shamo that the noble bulldogs of the administration should be was! ing their precious time in worrying the rats of the op...

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. — 4 November 1909

MATHEWS ?TZ* . r'..'' VOL. VI. MATHEWS C. IL, VA., T?TJRSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, IVH?>. NO. 47. Why ?p you .continue to keep sums of money at home or.about your person, thus tempting the rob? ber' or murderer, when' this strong and modern bank is anxious to serve you? The newspapers have recently published accounts of horrible crimes committed for the sole purpose of obtaining hoard? ed; money. Don't delay; ac; now. Write for our booklet, "How to Bank by Mail." It tells you how easy it is to have an account with this great bank? ing ?nsttt?tion. . 3 Per Cent Interest, compounded semi? annually from date o? deposit, paid on sav? ings' accounts. PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK 12tp and Main Sts.. Richmond, Va. Capital $300.000. Surplus and Profits, $1,175,000. L L wm??j(rii^ ?AltDS SMI, Ylce-frts j. P. MTTINGSA-, (Ml The. L E. Numford Banking Co. l\>id Up Capitwl $120.000 Surplus and Undivided Profits $75,000 MATr?tWS C. tt.. VA. Solicits ,tr-*-accounts ,of firms and individuals and offers to '...

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. — 4 November 1909

y.%? ti v i ?*.*%? ?W& * y ## y iw ut K h d a y. **~ A -%!<?? g?<r Xc*r ,\_ Ad v anee. ' AV. M. Mti^ftKsF. J?_stoTii?dOwner. ? I-i-L?^lU______aU .T ... -Z= OMtuacie* jwmI rea?U%tion*,af re?i?ec JM_ only be i.u?*?Keil a> RflMJI matter for which a c',.;i,rtfc ?f 4??* cent* .per Une is ,made. THURSDAY. fcOV. 4. ,1909. Thk f |i?t\i of Qtbej- rpat ter ?leaves ?is onlv room to say Hurrah! (or the OUI D?mocrate Pa^tV;; way ?she continue to win Au t&e ?tu-ture ;as she lias doue ?in the past. MATHEWS FAIi The eighth successive .session ,of the Mathews Fay- Ue;KI Jast week was attended w^b -its usuul success. On the first ?Jay the ,<:rowd was small, but iucr.eased -to its normal si/.e ou the two suc? ceeding days, a Jar^e .crowd .com? ing from Middlesex. ^Gloucester and other nearby counties. The exhibits this year were of -a higher class than for many pr?> receding ones especially in the ijartirir Do part meut. Tb 2 races though fewer in uumber than visual, were with a...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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