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

ubi. 3outnal. entered at tt- Pos? OAice at Mathews . H.. Va., as secu?d-class matter. APPOINTMENT? ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. Nov. 7th, Centra), n A M. ?' M Salem. 3 P. M. M M Beth?.. 7:30 P. M. 14th, No service. '* 21st. Saletn. 11 A. M. ** Bethel, _ P. M. " _4th. Central, 11 A. If. M *' Salem. 3 P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON BASTMATH EWS CIRCUIT. fteulah 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M. 2d V 4th " St.Paul's 11 VM 2d" 4th " 3 P.M.ist" 3a " THURSDAY. NOV. 4, '.909. . ;?r ? - -an ? \- ? - ? ?? LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinity. MsiNanne?ohannor.of Norfolk is visiting in the County. Mr. Taylor Gai nett o? Washing? ton spent a few days at home last week. For Sale ? Abuggvgood as new cheai>. Apply Journal Ofi 10-7-tf. k# Mr. and Mrs. Patterson of Gloucester visited L)r. and Mrs. Hoskins during the fair. Miss Evie Knight of Franklin Southampton Co. visited Miss Mary Gibson Hunley last week. Miss Etbel Tyler of Clevland O., and ?frs. Helen Zollicoffer of Cincinatti are ...

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

? A Clean Man ? Outside cleanliness is less than half the battle.' A man may Jflr ? M__t scrub himself a dozen times a day, and still he unclean, (rood _?? W_ bsalth means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means _^r_ft"-'^?j ? claai stomach, clean bow#>N, clean blood, a clean liver, and mm^mWmff^m new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way ff L^k ?*~*1 will look it and act it. He will work with energy end think JB ?t'Jifi clean, clear, healthy thoughts. BSm- jB?\ He will never he troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood ^?nf_^^r\ disordera. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stom- Tm UJ ' siehs. Blood diseases are found where there is unclean blood. r* Oosnu?ntion and bronchitis mean unclean lungs. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery prevents these diseases. It makes a man's insides clean and healthy. It cleans tho digestive organs? makes pure, olean blood, and clean, healthy flesh. It restores tone to the nervous system, and...

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

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. VI. MATHEWS ?. II., VA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, IIHHt. NO. U*. -EVural Residents Why do 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; act now. Write for our booklet, "How to Bank by Mail." It tells you how v^ easy it is to have an account with this great bank? ing institution. 3 Per Cent Interest, cimpounded semi an nu ally from date of deposit, paid on sav? ings accounts. PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK 12th and Main Sts., Richmond. Va. x Capital $300.000, Surplus and Profils, $1,175,000. A*?,. jo?m AMOS P. JORDAN'S Ladies* and Gentlemen's Hotel Cafe Best Regular Heals Served in the City BrcoKfost 25c Dinner 3>^c * Supper _5c If We Please Yea Tell Othets If Not TELL US. All the delicacies of the seaso...

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

t**UJa-J? ?_X_?T THl'KRDAY. A ft.Se t*m Te*r ad Advance. AV. M. Mn^TTFR.FditorartdOwner Ooituar.ea ami resfiletUinsj of re ?un only be inser? aid matter fm ?which a charge ? -n:<de. THURSDAY- NOV. 11, i*k>9. The Editor regrets very rtiuth that of late he has been al>le to ?write yery little for l_ck of space caused by nish of other matter. This is a sore treat to otr who loves to see himself unte sud we trust that the people of Mathews _nay K?ve us better support in the tuture as they ought to do- This would enable uk to print a larger paper and give our patrons bet? ter service. Also, incidentally it would relieve the editor of the necessity of being silent when lie avants to talk. GENERAL NEWS. The Virginia Press Association ?meets in Richmond tins week. The 127 session of Virginia An? nual Conlerence. M. K. Church South, ?vill convene in Trinity Church. Newport News, Nov. loth. Bishop H. C. Morrison. ?of Kentucky, persidimr. A num? ber of changes ...

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

TXbi 3ournal. ftntere?l at tl P<>-> I>ftice at Math . H . Va., a? taecoud-elajw an APIHIINTMKNTS ON MA cjutcurr. Nov. 7th, Central, i i M " Salem. 3 T. M. " M Bethel. 7:30 P*. M. 14th. No service. '* 2ist. Salem. 11 A. M. " Bethel. 3 P. M. 24th, Central. 11 A. M. '? Salem. J P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON KASTMATH EWS CIKCUIT. Bealah ?1 A.M. ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M. 2d " 4th ?" St.Paul's 11 A.M 2d" 4th " 3 P.M.ist" 3d " THURSDAY. NOV. 11, '.909. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinity. Mr. Burke Garnett visited Richmond last week. Dr. Maxwell roster has retur? ned from a visit to NorthCarolina. Mr. Ernest Browne spent sevr? ai days in the County this week. Miss N. E. Bohanon of Lam? berts Ft. is visiting Mrs. Ff Theo. Mi'-er. Mrs. EmmelineSears is in Balti? more with her daughter Miss Claudius Foster. Fob Sale?A baggy good as new cheap. Apply Journal Off ICE 107-tf. Mrs. AnnieDouglas Powell of Norfolk is visiting her parents Mr. an...

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

W. M. Mimte? _ AS u see two worn? pat*? <~>r?ituar**** who look like ?istcrs. :,lv ???-?od to learn, that they aro vrhie!? at *??mhter, and you realize that -n:-u1e. ?orty or forty-five ought to be and fairest. Why isn't it so? Tliral health of woman is so in jKfOtatod with the local health '??tinIIy feminine organs that *? ^Syr c no rod cheeks and round ah wlr.-nja 1?re is female weakness. Wocncn wjo barre Buffered from tilia trouble have found prompt relief and cure la the use of Dr. Pleroo'a Fanrorite Prescription. It ?ires n|or and vitality to tho ?r?ane of womanhood. It clears ?yea ?nd redden?? the cheeks. tho complexion, brightens tho No alcohol, or habit-forming drugs is contained in "Favorite Prescription.'* Any sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. Every letter ?a held as sacredly confidential, ano answered in a plain envelope. Addn World's Dispensary Medical Association. Dr. R.V. Fierce, Prca., Buffalo, N t Y. RaisingTemperature depends u...

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

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. VI. MATHEWS C. IL, VA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER is, VMM. NO. 4!?. IVural .Residents Why do 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; 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 in r institution. 3 Per Cent Interest, c mpounded semi an nu ally front date of deposit, paid on sav? ings accounts. PLANTERS ?AtToNAL BANK 12th and Main Sts.f Richmond, Va. Capital S300.000. Surplus and Profits. $1,175,000. AMOS P. JORDAN AMOS P. JORDAN'S Ladies?* and Ger_tlt men's Hotel Cafe Test Regular Meals Served in the City Brsahfstt 25c Dinner ?3?3c Supper _ _Jo If We Flease Vf a Tell Others If Not TELL US. All the rt?lf< arios of the ...

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

>e Journal Ri) r DAY Jisu. ? -?? * $1.00 P. r Yf.tr 10 Advance. *?* M. Hurrnj Edit or and Owner. Obituaries aud resolution? of rest?e ?ilv he inserted as paid matt^rfor a charge of Ave ?etrts per line i? le. THCRSDAY, NOV. is. 1909. Ar the next meeting of the lo^.rd of Supervisors that portion >f the poll tax which is returned ;n the state to the county will desposed of: The tune of this neeting (December loth) will be the last chance of those interested in school work to secure this fund for school purposes. This oppor? tunity is too precious to be neg? lected and the school board of each district should be on hand to plead for a favorable action It is as much their duty to use ev?rv ef? >rt to secure these funds which ,the schools sorely need, as it is -.for them to attend to the ordina? ry routine ot school business: Not only the Board, but the par? ents who should be .yitally inter? ested for the sake of their own children should appear to assist...

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

?bt- Soutnal. fcntcred at tfc. Pom Office at Mathews IT. H.. V?.. a* ?ecff-Ht-'clafta inatter. PPOINTMENTS ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. Nov. 7tb, Central, it A. M. M " Salem, 3 P. M. M '* Bethel. 7:30 P. M. 14th, No service. '? 2ist, Salem. it A. M. " Bethel. 3 P- M. 24th, Central: it A. M. ** Salem. 3 P- M. *? APPOINTMENTS ON EAST MATH ?* EWS CIRCUIT. Beulah 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M. 2d *' 4th ? St.Paul'sii \.M 2d*4 4th * 3 P.M.ist44 3d * THURSDAY. NOV. 18, I9f?9. LOCAL ITEMS, ?ymal Mentions Around Mathews and VicinitY, Mr. K. S. Lilly is in Norfolk this wc?k. Mr. G. S. Marchant was in Salto, last week Mrs Willie Murray was in Nor? folk last week Mr. S. G. Miller is visting Dr. Id Mrs Hoskins at 44spring ttu Miss Lillian Danforth of Oklaho? ma, is visiting Mr, and Mrs. ?. W. Jocelyn. For Sale?A buggy good as new ?cheap. Apply Journal. Office. 107-tf. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sibley ^ppent a few days in Baltimore last week. R Mr. Julius Dews of Portsmouth as visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wnite....

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

V7I?L1ZER HKKTOUES LOST l'OW'KRS. A weak tonn ?? 11??' n <'l?.H-k ru? d??u. Ml'.NVON'? ?ITAI.JZ1;k will wind him up aud make hita ao. If you ?re uervons. If yoa are Irritable. If you lack eontldeiice In your ?elf. If you do not fi??<) your full maniy ?Igor, ln'gln on this rem?dr nt once. Thera ? r? 75 V'TAI.IZER tp.l.l.ts In one bottle; every taM?<t ts full of vital power. Pout ?pend another dollar on quack doctor* or apurions remedie*, or fill your ?Tstem with ?armful druxe- Begin on If UN TONS VITAMZKK nt once, and yon will t>ejcln to feel ?M Tltnlltlnj: effect of this remedy after the tlrst dosr. Trice. $1, post nnld. Monyou, 63rd and Jeffcraoca, 1'hlia, l'a. Waste of FntTRj-. In antebellum days Colonel Moore, Of Kentucky, owned a large number of slaves. He was a kind master and never punished with the whip. One day one of the field hands named Jupe was guilty of some negligence and waa sent to the woods at once to cut down and split up...

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

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. "' * ' * "* ??-"?* ? ? ? ? i . . . ._ ______ - VOL. VI. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THUR8DAY, NOVEMBER 2:>, l!MK?. NO. .M>. Rural Residents Why do 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; 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 an nu ally from date o? deposit, paid on sav? ings accounts. PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK 12th and Main Sts., Richmond. Va. Capital $300.000, Surplus and Profits, $?,115,000. ?n?,.??*. AMOS P. JORDAN'S Ladies* and Gentlemen's Hotel Cafe Pest Regalar Meals Served in the City Breohfast 25c Dinnar 35o Suppsr 25c If We Please Yon Tell Others...

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

\.b? journal. IrnVBUBD evCKY TlirKSDAY * hkJ?e Peer V?**r 10 Advance."*** | NV. M. MiNTE*. Edrtor and Owner. a?*???* 11 mi >. Obituaries a?d r?solutions of resoec ?tan only be inserted at? paid matter for which a ohargae of 6ve ocatts per line is made. THURSDAY. NOV. 25, 1909. ? ?? ?a??aa??a?a?wmmt m i i Tl? Apparamty the comm ttee ap? pointed to solicit funds for the new High School have relaxed their efforts to a great extect.Now is the time to redouble these ef? forts instead o? allowing them to grow feeble and perhaps .cease al? together. A large part of the jmoney required 10 build the :School must coiue by subscription. Failure to secure this help from the patrons means no new build? ing for next year, and no new .building meaus no lugb school in Mathews. No appropriation will he made hereafter for the high, ^school unless a new building and ?site are secured Therefore it is time to go to work in earnest. Time after time similar projects ?have been formed and have f...

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

Ubi journal. Sntered at tfci Po?t OHtce st M at news .. H.. Va., a? *?Cood-tla?s matter. *APPOINTMENT8 ON MATHEN CIRCUIT. Nov. 7th, Central, n A. M. 44 *4 Salem. 3 P. M. 44 M Bethel. 7:30 P. M. 14th, No service. *? 2ist, Salem. 11 A. M. 4* Bethel, 3 P. M. * 24th, Central, 11 A. If i M 4* Salem? 3 P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON EAST MATH EWS CIRCUIT. BculaVi 11 A.M.ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M. 2d M 4th ?' St.Paulsu A.M 2d4* 4th 4I 3 P.M.ist" 3d M THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1909. LOCAL ITEMS. rsonal Mentions Around Mathews aid Vicinity. Mr, J. T. Christian is in Balti B&ore this week, Mr. John Thomas has retur? ned from a triplo Norfolk. Miss Mabel Foster spent a few ?days in Baltimore this weak. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Marchant returned from a trip to Norfolk on Wednesday. Miss Laura Belle Foster of ?Mobjack is visiting friends in I Norfolk. Miss Lucy Gayle attended the p Methodist Conference in New f \>OTt News. Mr. R. A. White visited his brother Mr. Rufus White iti Portsmouth last week...

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

VITALIZER A weak ?K8TOIIE8 LOST POWERS. tmm I; like ? clock a?duwn. M. VITALIZER will wl?Ahlm up and mult? g""? f?? If ywu ?r*' <_Prroas. If yon are Irritable, if yon lack confl<l?>:i<v In your? ??if. If you do not fw! your full l?diily ***?_. bealn ?>n this remedy at oner-. There ?re TO VITALIZER tablets In on.- bottle; every tablet la full of rltnl power. Don't ?pend another dollar <>n quack docton or apurions remedies, or Oil you? ?vstcai with harmful drug?. Bojjln on MITNYONS VITALIZER at once, sod you will b"?!n to feel the vitalising effect <>f this remedy ?fter the first dose. Price, fi. post-pala. Mnnyoa, 53rd and Jefferson, I'hiia. fa. Wanted At Once A Man TO Mak? $100 Par Month Above Ckponsos -Af-fl lim *T ROW ?UK1NO Sin HOmn - lUVU H-II our M.d.c.n,., I ? P_4-?--h .?, Totto? Articlaa, St.. _ an .ration?. Foliar??, ?tr. K, ininivf tU? Itrtrtl importer? and __?r.jf_&lt...

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

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. VI. MATHEWS (. II., VA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, I1MH?. NO. :?i Rural Residents Why do 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; 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 an au ally from date of deposit, paid on sav? ings accounts. PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK 12th and Main Sts.. Richmond. Va. ' Capital $300.000. Surplus and Profits, $1,175,000. AMOS P. JORDAN AMOS P. JORDAN'S Ladies* and Gentlemen's Hotel Cafe Pest Regular Meals Served in the Cltj ?reaKfast 2_5c Dinner 3-5? Supper _?-5o If We Please Yea Tell Other* if Not TELL US. All the delicacies of the season the mirkct...

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

*?? JTUli L 11 ?il ? - p;iicl matt'i i\>r i ; i K S1 ) A Y .tnit U-v' . k il m ?n | that ivill : 1 in i<>; > and ? c s o? but three hundred d eventv five mill liars. will bus! the cash : Co.. !h< 'ist Candid I ??emor durmi; t! tit cam is efforts t- I. ? ve hi rV sVIf I, spent the cnora ?ml vet peo? ple A-MiUl have cs that it : much U> ran '. . i . ?h;:t I ' m ?C ? Cannoi is i . ?politically.oui y&tion has i that n c\ hi- iv. ?- die hard am! mi? li Insurgents ::n<l I\-mo s cli( k to thrii ' s bettet lhan thev di 1 last year, Uncle | t-> pr. -\ c ;? )w civ corpse WmX t . i : ; 11 v \v e < 11 I 1 lem in . ,: deail (politic; \\ I h ?i the ^.i/.-' ol the public. There was probably a stiont* Mi. Al val? U. tin t ? blow ont so i hot an.io President Taft .is he did i.;st i newsi ts. Though they make much the theory that the Democratic Party is ruled y a stct ? Vir? ginia i ? blesse...

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

??x 3ournal. ?red at th? Po-? Office at Mathewt [.. Va., a? ?ocottd-claaa matter. ?OINTMENTS ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. ov. 7th, Central, u A. M. M '* Sal.n, 3 P. M M M Bethel, 7:30 P. M. ** 14th, No rervice. ** 21st, Sa.ern. 11 A. M. M Bethel, 5 P. M, 4 24th, Central, 11 A. M. ??? M Salem. 3 P. M. ?P0INTMENT8 0N EAST MATH EWS CIRCUIT. ?eulah 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sun, 3 P.M. 2d ** 4th *' >t.Paul's 11 A.M 2d" 4th ' ^| 3 P.M.ist44 3d " THURSDAY. DEC."2. 1909. LOCL ITEMS. mal Mentions Around Mathews and YicinitY. Mr. J. R. Richardson has re irued from a trip to Baltimore. Mrs. Andrew Miller and daugh? ter Miss Gillie are in Norfolk this week. Mr. Ernest Browne spent a lew days in the County this reek. .lijah Baker has returned to ?ichmond after a several weeks ?tay in Mathews. Miss Mary Gibson Hualey is risiting friends in Richmond this reek. Mr, G. S. Greiner is at his old lome in Rockbridge Co. this week on business. Messrs J. BoydSears and Les? lie Garnnett spent a fesv days in Hp...

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

k bourru 111 ! I _. I* ft Rf TORRS LOST POWKRS. A weak MFb Ilk' a ?-lock run down. MUN?ON? WAI.I-RU will wiunt him op and m?kt htm ?<v if y?? arv nerrou*. If you are Irritable. K jou lack co>>rt<_eaee ?n ?our ?e?f. If yon do not .eel yourfuil manly vigor, be*In on this remedy at once. Traer? ?re T5 VTTAMZRB tablet- !o cm hHttle; ??err tablet U full of rltal power. I>on't pytiHi another dollar on <juac_ doctor? or ^tpnrlow remedie?, or ail your system with bnrmful drug?. Begin on MI'NYONS .LISKA at anre. and you will begin ' -el tse -JtathUag effect of thU remedy nffor th.? first done. Price, $1. poat-pald. Munyon, 53rd and Jefferson, rhlla. ra. One of the inmates of an old wo? man's home near Vienna is Frau Katharina, who it now In her 111th rear. For f?I.Af>ArilK? ?lick?' rAPI'DlMt Whether from Colds. Heat. Stomach or pecrou- Troubles. Capudine wUI relieve vou. it's liquid?pleasant to take*-ad* Immedi? ate...

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

MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. VI. MATHEWS C. II., VA., TIICRSDAV. DECEMBER ?), !!>(><>. NO. fil, IVural Residents Why do you continue to keep sums of money at home or about your person, thus tempting the rob? ber or munterer, when this strong and modern - bank is anxious to serve you? The newspapers have recently published accounts of horrible crimes committed.for the sole purpo?e 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. ?? Sv?r pen* Interest, cimpounded semi an nu9tly from date of deposit, paid on sav? ings accounts. PLANTERS NATIONAL BANK 12th and Main Sts.. Richmond. Va. Capital $300,000. Surplus and Profits, S!.175,000. AMOS P. JORDAN ?, AMOS P. JORDAN'S Ladies' and Gentitraen's Hotel Cafe Ccst Regalar Meals Serred in the City Dreahfast 23o Dinner 35o Supper 25o If We Please You Tell Others If Not TELL...

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

?>**" * TL9D Per Ys?r ___ Advjmce. ^-S-------- . . __ . - M. Mnrras. Editor aod Owner. Obt ta atraca said reaolutioae of resoec ?*n only be inme-ted at. paid matter for which a charge _?{ tire oeota per line is ?nail*. THURSDAY. DEC. ?. 1<K>9. Mr. Taft said the other day in N rfolk. *Tam ?lad to be here ???* i?y the ocean side. I am glad to t ifte the l est oysters with the best flavor that I have ever tasted before. But suppose thcv had been Rap pahannock bivales? He would llave been speechless.?Virginia Citizen. We admit the excellence of the Rappahanno k bivales but believe Che praise accorded the Lyn haven oyster by Mr. Taft fully justified and feel proud when we remember that they are descen? ded from the old Milford Haven Stock which still flourish upon the rocks over which roll the water that wash our little peninsula County. We would also have Brother Lee remember that ?Mathews can boast of the pos? session of the Winter and Horn Harbor oyste...

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