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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 9 December 1909

be Journal. at tfc- Pos? Office at Mathews ?Va.? as second-class .natter. 'MBNTS ON MATHEW8 CIRCUIT. $tK, Bethel. II A. M. M Central, 3 P. M. Itthf S?lem. 11 A. M. e Bethel. 3 P. M. 19th. Central. ?1 A. M. *' Salem. 3 P. M. 26th, Bethel, 11 A. M. t% Centrai. 3 P. M. UNTMENTS ON EAST MATH EWS CIRCUIT. iulah 11 A.M.ist and 3d Snn. 3 P.M? 2d " 4th " .Paul's m A.M ad" 4th " 3 P.M.ist'* 3d " "HURSDAY. DEC. 9. -909. LOCAL ITEMS. Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinity. [r. Dabn?y Baker is in Rich id this week. int :.. <H unty this tr. J. Flave Marcha le time in the county .k. SMr. Edd Winder of Crickett (ill is spending some time in [orfolk. 'Sale?A buggy good as new Apply Journal Office. -7-tf. 'Mr. G. S, Marchant is in Balti lore this week buying Xmas Is. Mr. S.G. Miller :s visiting Dr. id Mrs. R, R. Hoskins at Spring till this week. 1rs. Sadie Marchant and fami _Ieft Tuesday for Norfolk where twill join her husband to spend winter. Clara Forrest has returned Franklin, Va., to take re o...

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. — 9 December 1909

VITAIIZER RPSTOHK3 lost ro writs M manir 1 and Jefferson. ?'hila. K. WHAT'S Your Health Worth? You start sickness by mistreating nature end i; generally show* first in the bowels and liver. A lor box (week's treatment) VKIiTS will help nature help you. They will do more?using them regularly ?s you need tbem?then any nie?Heine on Earth. Get a box today; a- CASCAR ET tonight. Better in the morning. Jt's the result that makes millions take them. 8SJ CASCARET8 loc a box for a week's trcatmmt, sU drusrrists. Biegest seller ia the world. Million boxes s month. RAW FURS Ship them SO m anil wo w!U allow hfghost . Titarket prisa Wf do not lor. or eapressas* '?*?* w.>siern ?vavlii^ you ?bout U> p*r ?jn't loj Its Tor I'ri.-e JJst.'Tags, otc ' Men ?. DORM?N & SON, Inc., trJK i:??t Xlntli ?t.. New York. i tnd (<>,nincrcitil.A<joncU*. PATENTS Wntsos ?'..?"olrnmn,'>Va?h. lorion. 1).*-. Kootcatrec. Jlish est re?ercaoca. Bes* resulta. 'XT ?iflllcted ?sita wenk aros, ?se T?iomps...

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. — 16 December 1909

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL. VOL. VI. MATIIKWS C. II., VA., THURSDAY, JINK 17. I'.MK?. NO. 26. L L HI-MIO' D, Prei. SANDS .Mill Vlce-Pru I P. NQTTINGHAI, Cisfc. The L. E. Mumlurd Banking Cn. P.iid Up Capital $120,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits $75,000 MATHEWS C. H.. VA. Solicits t? ** accounts of firms and individuals and offers to '?"stomers every accomodat ion consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Money In Vault Covered By Burglar "^ -*?: 4& Insurance ?__P Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M f^e*eMMmmm**mx^mmmkim*mmmmmweem^mmmMwamm^m^^k^k^m^m I ^ _ _--_-_----?_-->^__B--_---_-.-??-?---??-----_--_w-m_m Old Diminion Steamship Co. ScWedule Bet-ween NcrfolK and Mathews and Gloucester Counties. SIHAMEK '??voBJACK" Monday. Wednesday and Friday l.v Norfolk, Cn'? Whf ' " ? orts. North St. Whf ?' Norfolk, Bay Lin*- Whf 41 Old l'oint BAST RIVER ' rhilpofs Whf ?? WilHft-M1 Whf '? Hicks" Whf ?? Dlggs' Wht NORTH RIVER ?' Auburn Whf " Dixondalc...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 16 December 1909

?jt* 3vt:rnal. ? ?-m i M,*1 ?? ? ??????* ?T-"i vt*/ ?VJWcy TALKED AX ?>?r Xc^- ??_ _?-?b ?U.S4C. -???C M ? ?d?t<>r aadO-wia-r. uiaiic. Mid e**alution* of re*i>ec ?ior.teJ a*V paid matter for I <v#c vf djte <_cuta per Une Js ? ut a4ts?e_Nss<-~ieiito wUlJbe :or ?t tUt **te ?f jW ots. f?*r for the tir ?_t i e ?ortiva, 25 cts. per each ?uhscsruaat AU??vtion ?mire i* suad?. -?:o.?tucaUoos ad__jcatin_g c^gadi ,ce w.jil be ?liar^ed ior a* ie rates for ad vert i?_?mc. . c?- 10 cents per Ii.4*e. ites Hvr.u?-A_od ?o aw-?ii I ;ai. wuwld -be gr*a?*_ly in. \s con espoud^ut? if they thru- news letters 30 a? to thi_. office before Wednesday ? eat many items have to _>lishcd or i>e carried ovey until >1 lowing nil !?? stale read not jreacn this in time. IHCR3DAY, JUNE 1". 1909. oft that all the votereofthe 1 1 n out tr> hear Judge - eak here on the 26th and I nose who heard Mr. when he was here notlong g listened at the few .vhich Mr. iTuckex advan *rounds ?r?on whi...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 16 December 1909

t Ubi Journal. ptercd at tr. Pout Office at Mathew H.. Va., a? second-class matter. APPOINTMENTS ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. June 6th. Bethel, ti A. M. M M Central, 3:30 P. M. 13th, Salem. 11 A. M. M Bethel, v.?o P. II. 20th, Central, it A. M. Salem, 3:30 P. M. M 27th, Bethel, n 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 " 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 Br 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 Lm_s. n Mr.-and Mrs. W. H. Ro...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 16 December 1909

To Enjoy fa? ful aneiikecr of the Well-Informed of the World and the Commendation of km? most eminent physicians it iras essen? tial that the component parts of Syrup of Figs aovi Elixir of Senna should be known to and 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 demand 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 Using things in the world. Es? timates made from cross Mettons of some of tho...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 6 January 1910

V. \ THE \ JOURNAL. ? VOL. VII. MATHEWS C. H., VA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1910. NO 4 la. s*. sWl'MivuitD, Pr?s. SANDS SMITiT, Vice-Pr?. J. P. NOTTINGHAM. CASH. The L. E. MUMFORD BANKING CO. F?.*- Up Capital $120,1 Smrplm? ?as. Vniiniiei Print*, $75,?H ?MATHEWS C H., VA. Sstllclss ta? accounts of firms and Individuals and offers to customers ?see:, awssamsaodatlon consistent with good banking ^_^^__ Interest Allows??! Oa 8avla**s Aeeosats. AD Money In Va nit Cov ered By HonrUr Iasaraaee. Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. aSaturrJays, 9 A. M. to 12 M AMOS P. JORDAN Amos P. Jordan's Ididle??' and Gentlemen's Hotel Cafe BEST REGULAR HEALS SERVED IN THE CITY: Breakfast .2?*?, Dinner .Sac Supiier.2&c If We Please Yon Tell Others; If Not, TELL US. All the delicacies of the season the market affords served at all hours. Good, clean, comfortable beds, con? venient, desirable, refined location. Quick, Polite and Attentive Service. Open day and night. Corse BANK and T ILL Sts? One Square from Main ...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 6 January 1910

MUCH MISRULE AT IrESSINf milieu- Ex|?4-n?s>d and Little Done s Scene of Earthquake. A surprising ami sensational stor appear??d in CSM of the Ixmdoti n?-ws papers last week about the expend ture of the millions that wer?' COS tribute?! toward th? rrStaSf ?>f th f?*rers from the awful earthquake i Southern ltal>. It was Stated in thi publi?ation that there was practical! uothing to show for all the mone that ha?! been spent. It is stated ???at the donations avail able for immediate application aggr? gat?*d Htxiut $14.000.00 ?. A? cording t figure?- lurnish?'d by ihe pM'shieut < the c?-ntral r?-lief com nittee the sut script ions w?ie approximately as fol lows: Qreal Britain, $600.000; Argei tina, which has a large Italian pop? iattou 1400,000; ('? rmany. which i lUlvs ally, $400.000; Fran??'. |300 (?OS, and the United State?, 1300,001 In addition to these amounts. th Catholic Church rjollected $l-200.00( and tirera sf?re various sums froi other Countries which have not be...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 6 January 1910

WANTS FARM? AUD TIMBER LAUD FOR _'____ ?ALB. FARMS AND TIMBKR LANDS AT lowest prices, on easy terms; great? est bargains In Virginia. Writs for tk-ee catalogue. Address J. R. ELAM, Oharlotteeviiie. Va HAIR GOOD**._ ALL TUB LATEST RARIS FASH ION8 in HAIR DRESSING. All kinds of Hair on hand or made to ?srder. Combings made Into Switches. Pompadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed. HUGHES. 209 North Third St., Richmond. Va ?i ? - ' - DENTISTS. When you arc In Richmond call at THE SOUTHERN DENTAL ROOMS, opposite the Postofflce, 1009 E. Main Street. Examinations and estimates FREE. POST - CARDS- KI<>wered, Bi rthday, Christmas, New Year, or assorted? I5c dozen. Bibles, Testaments, Gos? pel Hymns. Purdie & Company, De? partment C, 41C Monroe St., Rich? mond. Virginia. BEAL ESTATE. Farms for sale or exchange In all sections of Virginia. We introduce buyer and seller and do business strictly on commission basis. We have ready buyers for timber land and farms with water front....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 6 January 1910

the Journal. I St'?r> RVKKY THIKSDAY. e*-*?***? tt.t? Per Ye.?r ?.* A?Knm*e.*-wax \\\ M. MlNTKR, Kditor anilOwnrr. Obituario and r?e*oluti?**ri?A of r^ti-ec C-*??? only be '.nserted as paid matter for which ?? chart-re of five centa per line is ?made. I TH1TRSDAY. JAN. 6. P-MO. At the beginning of this New Year we have enlarged our paper ?and from now on we will try to ?give our natrons bettet service than we have ever done before. In return we. request your loyal ?uipport. If this is given us the Mathews Journal will continue to improve an?! will become a ?credit to our little county, with out this support we can accom? plish nothing. With good will toward all and malice toward none "we shall begin our years work of trying to advance the best inter? est of cur county and of our peo? ple. Let one of your New Year's resolutions be, I will help my County Paper. NANCY SMITH BORUM It has been sail that death loves a shining mark such seems to have been the case when his relentless sh...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 6 January 1910

Zhi Journal. Kater?? ** tt* A* Oftes ? Matktwi H-. Vs.. ast s?c<Hatl-clavSs matter. f APPOINTMENT? ON MATHE WS CIRCUIT. Jan. 9th, Central. '? " Salem, M i6th. Bethel, *' Central. " 23rd, Salem, ?? ** Bethel. " 30th. Central. " Salem, APPOINTMENTS ONiEAST MATH EWS CIRCUIT. Beulstri 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M. 2d M 4th " St.Paulsn A.M^d" 4th " 3P.M.IM" 3d " _.. , -\ THURSDAY. JAN. 6. 1910. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Arotmd Mathews and Vicinity. Mr. Henry Tcrrie spent the Holidays in the county. Mrs. S. P. James is visiting friends in Saluda this week. Capt. \V. G. Billups is spend? ing some time in Baltimore Mr. T. G. Billups spent the Holidays ?t "Green Mansion." Miss Delle Powell is visiting friends and relatives in Norfolk. Mr. Earl Marchant, of V. P. I., Spent Christmas at his home. Mr. Clifton Smither. of Norfolk visited his father during the Xmas tide. Mr. Marshall Peterson spent ?some time with Dr. C.'G. White recently. Miss Anne Smith, of Cnarlotts viUe. is visiting ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 6 January 1910

?vt?NG CUP TO A. B. WILLIAMS BttSalsm K41t??r of Richmond Mews Leader Is rre?veuted With Hand? some TesUmonlaL RICHMOND. V A_?Special.? EMstlact among the feature** of the New Year's Kve r?ception at the WestinorWaud Club was the pre? sentation, of a loving cup to sir. Alf.-ed B. Williams, retiring editor of tale New? beads*1 ten?iered by numer ?ua aad admiring friends through Jadge IL Carter Scott, a near aad j dear Sriead of the man who la to leave Kitmaaaeid for hi? new home in Koeavake a?snt week. lar. Williams . gun? to Roanoke to take up the edi- j torial maaaaj;?*ment on the Morning I Tinsse and Hfenlmr News, two local panera 1st vrhi<h In? anil associates' hare acquired. The cap presented seat aUcht w:ui very handsome, but ' scarv.idy less ?<> than the tribute of j affection ate em-, m and admiration, lascrlhod upon lbs silver, and empha sincd mi the presentation address of Judge ??oott. who acted as spokesman fnr those presenting the token. Mr. Wlltianis was visibl...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 6 January 1910

FIND AMERICA'S OLDEST DWELLING Was Begun by De Hoto in 1?3S to Preiset Havana fretn Pirat?--*. Facing the Plaza de Armas, between the senate building, when the advisors commission is in session, and the Ha? vana post-office. Is La Fuerza (the fort). It is the oldest inhabited build? ing in the Western hemisphere. Other forts? and some convents in Santo Do? mingo antedate ia but they are broken ruins now, whll#l.a Fuerza is of ser? vice still as a storehouse and barracks for the Rural Guards. Worh on I .-a Fuerza was begun about 1028 by Hernando de Soto, then gov? ernor of Cuba -the same who explor?*?! the Mississippi Valley and found his grave in the dark waters of its great river. It was built to protect Havana against pirates. It was almost com? pleted in 1514 when the royal order went forth that it should be saluted by warships entering thereafter. It was for years the official residence of the captains and generals of the island. When, in 1?>."'9, De Soto sailed away to explo...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 6 January 1910

"America's Foremost Brand" LUZIANNE COFFEE Its QUALITY means satvafactioa *?^?3?> '*" -xTRENCTK means t-conoasy Its PURITY means safety Si **tvf%X lu FRESHNESS means *sbBBBsb. ANY PATRON-PLEASING GROCER WILL^SUPPLY YOU, THE REILY-TAYLOR CO. NEW ORLEANS. U. S. A. FA>-SH APED >EEPLECASE. An attractive and compact needle case that can be slipped in a satchel and easily be made at home, at little or no cost of time or money. t'ut four pieces of heavy pasteboard in fan-shape. The slope of sides should be three and a half inches, and verti? cal distance from point to bottom is also three and a half inches. This gives a good curve on the bottom of the fan. ("over each piece separately, two with flowered silk or ribbon, two with a plain silk in contrasting color. A layer of scented cotton batting is put uuder each ?over. Overcast a flowered and plain piece together, and Whan both halves are finished, join the case on one edge from point to bottom with a narrow gilt braid or loose o...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 20 January 1910

THE MATHEW VOL. VII. MATHEWS C. H.. VA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1910. NO. 6. ?L. It MlTV*tr*r**t>r-i l>-?- o*.?.?-?"-. -?.?> v-.-.*?. ? i-co. oaiiuD DJBlTH, Vlce-l-TeB. J. P. NOTTINGHAM, CASH. The L. E. MUMFORD BANKING CO. <A OS..J?. Fai\/ i/p Capita/ $120,000 Surplus and Undiaided Profits, $75,000 I [ MATHEWS C. H., VA.; Solicita the accounts of firms and Individuals and offers to customers ?Tery se?oom*-nodntlon consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Money In Vault Cor ered By Burglar Insurance. Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M AMOS P. JORDAN Amos P. Jordan's Ladies* and Gentlemen's Hotel Cafe HEST BBOULAB MEALS SERVED I> THE CITY: Breakfast .2&?c Dinner .S?c Supper.2?">c If We Please Yon Tell Others; If Not, TELl/US. All the delicadeg of the season the market affords nerved at all hours. Good, clean, comfortable beds, con? venient, desirable, refined lo?cation. Qui? k. T'olit?' tad Attentive Bsrvtcs. Open day...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 20 January 1910

THESE BEES HAD ! INTELLIGENGE atome Vr*m% TTt??*. I H?cu|*U**d f??r Tr*n Y-ass*. juf.t IU-I..I-* li?. l>?-ini?*tlon. ak*si)?*" 1 <?1T a bis luv mema m a hallen tres ut the foot si H OS Mountain thai a t? n-t??:; h*s 0 roll down from th. ?atf a mountain and mamma? ev?rythlns t? iu path, inohstltni i tree in which they hn?l Sored T<><> -sounda <<f h??ney. Id what Bra) i>*-"> mot the H|> is n??t known The t*? st ? % ?'?< n?ee the had it is they moved to :?noth?-r out uf th.* ?tenaaar line ?? few ! before th? Ms* howl.; its sen aatlouHl downward r'ish. ami that Wlnkl?*, who owns the fivrn* ?>n which th? are. re turne?l rr>>rn ?aiontclall '????.>.l down with i>ro8t?nfs he bout?ht after he had! sold the 700 pounds ?il" honey f??r fan- I e> price?. incidentally, while in Mont-! ?dair. he f?*lt BO r.i li >'o of tin* ilp and th?? bowlder, he w?-nt *?> th.* Central Hotel ami had a full course dinner. Tin- !>?-.** <?< < i|...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 20 January 1910

WANTS FARMS AND TIMBER LAND FOR ._ SALE. FARMS AND TIMBER LANDS AT lowest prises, on easy terms; great? est bargains In Virginia. Write for free catalogue. Address J. R. ELAM. Charlottesvllle. Va. ? *'? - HAIR GOODS. _ ALL THE .LATEST PARIS FASH? IONS la HAIR DRESSING. All kinds of Mair on hand or made to order. Combings made into Switches, Pompadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed. HUGHES. 209 North Third St.. Richmond, Va. DENTISTS. Whan you are ia Richmond call at THE SODTHBRN DENTAL ROOMS, opposite the Postofllce. 1009 E. Main Street Bxaminations snd estimates FREE POST - ?ARDB?Flowered. Birthday, Chris Us as. New Tear, or assorted? 15c dosen, alibles. Testaments, Gos? pel Hymsw. Purdle -ft Compaay, De? partment O. 41? Ha?ra? St., Rich moad. Vlr<ainia. REAL ESTATE. _?... fartas bb> sale er exehaage la all sections of Virginia. We introduce buyer and seller and de business strictly on e Bannst seien basis. Ws have ready ki-sj'unu lor timber lead aad ?farsas with? vast...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 20 January 1910

Zhc Sour nais ED EVERY THl'KSDAY. ?***?"??. ?LOO Per Year ?.* Advance.-??: V. M. M inter. Editor and Owner. Obituaries and resolution? of re*.n?rc v be inserted a* paid matter for which a charRe of five centa per line is made. THURSDAY. JAN. 20. 1910. The report of the Commission of Fisheries for 1908-9 is before u? through the courtesy of the chairman of the Board. Its finan? cial portion has already been giv en our readers in an earlier issue. Too many matters of importance appear therein to have been given the study necessary for comment at so early a date, therefore we have given study only to those portions recommenJinglegislation ?which effects our people here. The alarm ot the fishermen ap? pears to have been unnecessary as to the Board defined no special law which will be brought before th'* legislature, nevtr-the-less as the report states thatsomechanges in the laws will be asked for it is well for them to be on their guard and ready to fight if necesearv. Theportion recomm...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 20 January 1910

Zb< journal. Entered at tt.? Po*?i Ofhce at Mathews H.. Va., as second-class matter. APPOINTMENTS ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. Jan. 9th, Central, u A. M. M Salem, 3 P. M. " 16th. Bethel. 11 A. If. " " Central. 3 P. M. " 23rd. Salem, 11 A. M. ** *4 Bethel, ' 3 P. M. 30th, Central. 11 A. M. ** *' Salem. 3 P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON FASTMATH EYvS CIRCUIT. Beulah 11 A.M. ist and 3d Sun. 3 P.M? 2d *' 4th ?? St.Pauls 11 *%.M.2dM 4th M 3 P.M.ist" 3d M THURSDAY. JAN. 20. '.910. LOCAL ITEMS. Personal Mentions Around Mathews and Vicinity. Mr. R. S. Lilly is in Norfolk this week. Miss Eoline Winn has returned from a visit to Richmond. For Sale?A buggy good as new cheap. Apply Journal Office. 10-7-tf. Miss Sue Billups is in Baltimore with her sister. MissEstherBillups who is quite ill. Mr. J. A. Weston has returned to the Countv after a protracted stay in Baltimore. Miss Cora Simpson, of Norfolk county, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Downs at "Elmwood." Mr. Otis Jocelvn, of Cobbs Creek is reported to be s...

Publication Title: Mathews Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews journal. — 20 January 1910

VTCGIKIA W?ST RAISE MORE GASK ?___ ? t.l*??U im. WORJI ?? lHi'u:* Ms-Nl ?AND IXST1 n H S CAUL ?it MORK m ?\: v S300.CCO SAID TO BE NEEDED |<*r??|x**?iti?Mi ,.. BmlW Tas KaaBamammaHS ?ikI Mak?* I u\?rl?-?? fay ll<*a.i?*r IJi-iWi*!?*^?Kx|?r?*ss r?*?ni|MUii ami Inxnran?*?? I?? He I -*uali-<*?l R 1 i' H M " N 1). v a Special A<x*?rdin?- to the report ??? the 8* n ate Finance Committee, which met here Just before the Legislature con? vened, it will be absolutely nee? ?-howrv?! ? of economy ?for the ?i?',iernl Assembly t?> make appropriation.?? tbat will i?'?juire in-| mrobae? oullnvs of the public funds to the extent of $276.000 or $300.000 a. ? year. This ?torease, says the report. ? la the eerf mmirnum requirod, and -means, somehow, must be found to meet it. Here is tlie full text of the ? report: Th-j Cemmittee of Finance of the ?Senate, acting In pursunm-e of Senate* resolution of March 7. i ?os, ?-r-ssem bled at the Capitol at 12 M. Decem-1 ber 13!J)( and took up the ...

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