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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 10 February 1910

rapid Irans.T OF THE FUTURE ?tfne-Rall System Which ?tal>a-asan Government Is Now Coaslderiag. The ?Qermaa Government is great? er Interested Just now In a new sys saca of rapid transit proposed by August Schert, the well-known news? paper proprietor of Berlin. Mr. aV-herl has embodied all his plans and ideas in a pamphlet which is about to be Issued for the serious con? sideration of railroad engineers in all large centers of population where the transportation problem is growing more serious day by day. Scher I divides his treatise into sbree parta. The first gives a sum? mary of the crisis in the railway ?system of to-day; the second shows ?she way in which difficulties might be solved by his new system, and the third shows the economical and social prospects in public life to be derived from radical improvements over the present system of rapid transit. The progreas of commerce and in? dustry, Scherl point out, has increased the demands upon railways year by year. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 10 February 1910

>AY^3 ' v 1 :-!? KSDAY. ??taita ^^^^^^mmmmmmmx-- . , ? ,i ? .? msi- ?*??, ? ?? ?na?"* fl.00 I*er Yfsr ic Advance."^* M. M inter. Editor and Owner. Obituaries and resolutiona o( reaoevt n l?e inserted a*? paid matter tor which ? charge of five cents per line i a ?a ad a. Conraunicatlona advocating candi? al at ?as for office will be charged for at regular line ratea for adv?rti*iiug. Reading noticea 10 cent? por line. Contract ratea furnished on .tppli catioii. All transient advertisements will be chanted for at the rate of 50 cts. per ^ocb for the first insertion, 25 eta per **ach for ?each aubaequent insertion when no change ia made. Tbk Jouknal would ba greatly In? debted to ita correspondents if thev will mail their news letters so as to reach this office before Wednesday morning, A great many items have to ?fro unpubH?h?ed or carried over until the following week and be stale read? ing because they do not reach this office in time. THURSDAY. FKB. 10. 1910. Some people...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 10 February 1910

? ? athew?? aPPO?isTMKNTS ??N MATH! CIRCUIT. Jan. 9th, Central, *' " Salem, " t6th. Bethel. Central. 23rd. Satan, " " Bethel. " 30th. Central. Salern, ti A. M. 3 P. M u A. M. a p. m. n A. M. 3 P. M. n A. If. 3 P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON BAST MATH EWS CIRClif FOR FERUARY, MARCH, APRIL AND MAY. St.Paul's u AM istan l3dS1.i1. 3 P.M. 2d '? 4th ?' Beulah 11 A.M. 2d " 4th " 3 P.M. ist " 3d " St. Paul's it A. M. and Beulah 3 P. M on 5th Sun. in Mav. Services During Lern. Ash, Wednesday, Feb. 9th. Tnnith Church, 10:30 A. M. Christ M 3 P. M. St. John's M 7:30 P. M, Christ Church every \V?*d. 3 P. M. St, John's " " Tiran. 3:30 P. M. Trinity " every Friday. 3 P. 51. Good Friday, March 2*uh. Trinitv Church, 10:30 A. M, Christ " 3 P. M. St. John's " 7*30 P. Ms SUNDAY SERVICES. Christ Chattel every Sun. it A. M Holy Communion ist Sun. of every month. Trinitv Church 2d and 4th Sunday 3 P. M. Holy Communion 2d Sunday of every month. St. John's Church ist and 3d ?Sundays 4 P. M. Ea?ter Day 27th March, Us...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 10 February 1910

M**- * ?1.00 Per Year 1*2 Advance.'?^ M. M inter. Editor and Owner. Obltuane? and resolutiooa of r?esu?e?. t only I.?- Inaert?ed at? paid matter for which a charit? of five cent? per line ia ?mad?. Conmunication? adrocatinjr candi? al ata*? f?>r office will Ix churned for at regular line rate? for advertising. Reading* notice? 10 cent? par line, ?Contract rate? furnished on appli? cation. All transient advertisement? will txaj ' charged for at the rate of .50 cts. prio** Wh for tha firat inaertion, 25 ?'* " *lh of \?m^w / ?. nerous at ?uch for each aub?equent , ttU?*.hor of when no changa ia made. ntism.** at tho T__ ._ . , k ?'onur.-siatioTiiil ? * JODKNAL WOllId t?,,, ,n ,,?. fa? of debied to its correspondo! ntm??nt of a witl mail their new? 1 >?ly to brin*; about reach thia office befr ?i>al church. Th.? ???i,. , . _ in? of Dr Smyth, morning*. A great ma, ?. ,, "f Now llnv?*n, and ?*ro unpubltHh^l or ]ck ,;,.,.?... net Lasl the following week up ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 10 February 1910

^^^Mi?lrOTN )tn> PUODITKUS' ASSi ?CI \ ? s - ' HDMMDK IfOltTON nui by a n \ ? ?fa?y had u? I>1 : Bl?r ID y a. ?" |. ? ctai? A* aoeir i is ceint 4n?ryniMi et evwBLies. mt a somewhat - tag Motidav pose la the <-? ?iu taeri k the ?round thet ? eomplted with tli't t ^ the Richmond Health Ov? il that non- It \ tMjudieh'uB te invite a throw! arriera. In a word, t?a y do Blak It fair, at this . for those who have t to observe the to be allM-vvud t<? come with thorn. If th-? Throckmorton bill le passed. they market win he HoodvU witli inferior t milU. A? matters an Tit, the sub erbs whieh do not enjoy the benefits of 01 hiu to Rlehmond an ted with milk of a doubtful character. the earta e\- <>m thi.? go t' Park, Chestnut Hill and Barton U 11 th< ?U};w: ? ? ?- ? v it i ee ?el? ; up mat ! be I - ta llei i si til? - in i ms ' ?asure. to 1 ter Ins: soci Th ?? ? a t-| a? ILES' DEATH WAS ACCIDENT i t: If US. M \X\ &a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 10 February 1910

?oayIJ ??*"*. ti.00 Per Y?*r ??* Adrauc*."^* M. M inter. Editor ant? Owner. 'tuartes and resolutions of reauext ?nly ?>e inserted a* paid matter tor which a charge o? Hve cents per line is made. Conraunications advocating candi? dates for office will be charged for at regular line rates for aJvertisiug. Reading notices 10 cents per line. Contract rates furnished on appli? cation. All transient advertisements will be charged for at the rate of 50 cts. p. ?a Wh for the first insertion, 25 '?eh for each subsequent ^u^oi when no change is made i. muer of spln _ tton consumed, isa Jouknax would factories in the vlebted to its TOrresponr","^01,0*"^1?; win .?..;. .1. chlch ?,3 J4.124 1 wni man their news onsumli.g cotton reach this office bef*6 hales of 600 morning. A great m*06 the ri"mb*r of K. ?% ?treat "Anna was 261; num ??TO unpublished or 44.404; in actual op the following week *? cotton conaumed. * ~^?. ?#0 pounds each. mg because they Tlrglnta do not con Ot?CO in time. ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 February 1910

TUi? ?? ?. MAT VOL. VII. MATHEWS JOUR TeBRUARY 17, I9?0. ?U. B. MUMFORD, Pr?s. SANDS SMITH, Vice-Pres. J. P. NOTTINGHAM, CASH. The L. E. MUMFORD BANKING CO. i Paid Up Capital Wi$120,000 Surplus and Undiaided Profits, $75,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. Bollcits the accounts of firms and individuals and offers to customers accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Money In Vault Cov ered Ry Rarglar Insurance Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. AMOS P. JORDAN Saturdays, 9 A. M. to I 2 M Amos P. Jordan's Ladies* and Gentlemen's Hotel Cafe BUST BEOULAB MEALS SERVED IN THE CITY: Breakfast .25c, Dinner .3,"?c Sii|i?icr.25c 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 lent, d?*sirable, refined location. Quick. Polit?* and Attentive Service. Open day and night. Corner BANK and HILL Sts? One Square from Main St-, NORFOLK, VA. LODGING 50 CENTS AMOS P. JORDAN, P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 February 1910

M ring for ths ? go. At w I? of two 'ir.K r?c?'iv. d. sally shoiieioii. icy w. !?? l. ty-eight let I im- ci B d. This was ?ic i print, d r. the congregation is s.ml naively wheth? r Mr. ?'.tel t?> giV? ? only t?> stop the | rom shaking faith in the of the bu; i? ra but round themselves | '.s strikingl} the ?Using effect ihat ?rreal bene ,? to have upon the eelf *e of <>f men. A i hu re h as that would have the rahlp, ur would have waited until it Pould. ectlj ! ? M 1 . I "jri?-. altl ly d In benefaction? to chm ?bly never In fore. Th. priii. aault upon the outwork? which philan? thropist's n about them The 1RS] duly, nt- to dei to equip tl ritual bom?*, th?* member:: f. it thai they bad only to prevs II over th? stranger t" r them. The w-ell-kno tain phil anth- should not be used excuse for the P personal r<?*p" Mir. GAYETY OF NATIONS THE REAL ISSUE Would It?? Only Thing Conserv-xl by R<*pr?*sonUMJ<Hi of V?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 February 1910

JtMKind of Coffee Is TMs ? Why,.It's a smooth, rich, high-grade Coffee of-Tine flavor, delicious aroma and perfect freshness. Its price? Very mod? erate, indeed?half what it-should be. Ask your grocer. It's sold everywhere, THE REILY-TAYLOR CO., NEW ORLEANS, U. S. A. I ? RICHMOND MAN IS AN INVENTOR Samuel ?Clark Has Patented a Devise Which He Says Will Startle the World, RICHMOND, V A. ? Special. ? Samuel W. Clark, of Norfolk, Va., now with the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Seventeenth Street ?hops. where he la finishing- his machinery ?experience for a mechanical engineer, 4a an Inventor just twenty-one yeags -old, and has been granted a patent with his partner, M. David Breslauer. for a railway safety appliance that he believes will startle the world. The designers claim for their arti? fice a safeguard against block sys? tems, draw-bridge calamities and the ?crashes attending the open switch. With it they purpose the short-stop? ping of a train in rapid motion, com? bining a cushio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 February 1910

i-of eeatse?.^ at*, paid matter ?foi ?khavcaflife or ?We ?ace*-? per Use it CeaBBrnaawicaiiowB advocatisc candi fae t>Oice w*l be charged 1er at regntar line rases?fer avJ?*ei*U*sOfr. ??radriaag net ices lb cents pec Vine, Cswatract rase* furawshed ?*?? -un*-i? 'CSSsSJB?. All tra-aeient adverrfseiu-ea** will tx chsrged ter at the rate of 5? eta. ?*ct ts*ch> tee taw auras ?asertiee?, 25 ota. pei ?ach ter each aesatqucta inwettiot **? hen- no ?change i? made-. Tans-JoowKai, would be greatly in ?r*eb?ed? te its correaposdeurs if thei will ssait their news letters bo as t? reach this eflt ce before Wednesday Ttaornhaa. A great many items have t? go enambltaa-eil ot earned over unti the sMtewing week and be stale rea?l lag becauac they do not icach thii ?efSafCS- in time. THURSDAY. FED. 17. 1910. The following statement ap pem in the news coltuns of th? Times-Dispatch of Feb oth. **The worst offender against th< ?law requiring the assessment o tends fcr t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 February 1910

Journal. ?Cv-v.uv.I-?. at ? ? lier. POr>iT*lwNTS ON MATH CIRCUIT. ?ha. 9th, Centra], ** *' Salem, " 16th. Bethel,, " Centrai. *' 23rd. Salem, " " Bethel. M 30th, Central. * ** Salem. it A. M. 5 P. M. 11 A. M. 3 P. M. 11 A. M. 5 P. M. 11 A. M. 3 P. M. ?POJNTMENTS ON EAST MATH S CIRCUIT FOR FERUARY. .RCHa APRIL AMD MAY. it.Pa?Tsi? \.M lstand3dSun. 3 P.M. 2d M 4th ?* Benlah 11 A.M. 2d " 4th " 3 P.M. ist M 3d " t, Paul's 11 A. M. and Beulah |P. M oa 5th Sun. in Mav. Servies During Lent. Ash, Wednesday, Feb. gth. Tnnith Church, 10:30 A. M. ihrist M ] P. M. John's " 7:30 P. II. [Christ Church every Wexi. 3 P. U. |St, John's " M Thnrs. 3:30 P. If. Trinity " every Friday. 3 P. M. jood Friday, March 2c,th. "rinitv Church, 10:30 A. M. irist " 3 P. M. St. John's M 7:30 P. M. SUNDAY SERVICES. irist Church everySun.il A.M Holy Communion ist Sun. of *ery month. Trinitv Church 2d and 4th inday 3 P. M. Holy Communion 2d Sunday* every month. St. John's Church ist and 3d undays 4P. M. East...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 February 1910

* NDERS GETS A BIG VERDICT I? PotlUrlan Not Prflu-n is \to Csrrspl ? His Defame r Scored By Attorney Scott. EICHMOND. VA - Special. ? After one of the most interesting-, latterly fought civil easea ever heard a fa Richmond, Clyde W. Baunders was ???eel s verdict of $1.600 da maires ?asInst A. A. Yoder and the Williams Printing . ompany for libel yesterday avfternoon in the Law and Bqulty Court Charlea V. Meredith, counsel for tike defendants, made the usual mo? tion to set aside the verdict as con? trary to the law and evidence?, which .Judge Ingram overru!. The defense was given nlnetv days i? which to nie hills of exceptions in the event that the CSSS will be taken to the Supreme Court. It appears this morn in* as if it will, though it could ?ot be definitely learr.?*d. Under the instructions the defend? ants are Jointly liable, and, shouM ?sne party not be all? la make Ihc ;? quired payment, the other party is responsible for the enttro amoant It thus ??ems as If the burilen will...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 February 1910

MW IS THE TIME TO INTERFERE Scare Dispatch from Omaha Starts a Roar Throughout Country. An Omaha dispatch reports orders sent front the packing he.objuarters to ?attic ?rowers and live stock BBOa throughout the West to defer ship? ments until further notic? . Ship? ment of cattle ami meat to foreign markets ?ere being increased. Meanwhile, distributing agents of the packers' combination are devised to get what they can for stock on band, and are ?iven assurances that prices will be higher. This is a result ?f the boycott. What can the con sumer ?to about it? Can be starv?* the meat packer? Into surremler and k??'P them in submission? And if he ?an, why should he be obliged to starvn hims'lf In order to obtain a square deal? When any individual Interest or as? sociation of interests secures such con? trol of a food supply and Its mark?*t that It can control the situation at will, regulating supply to suit its own purposes. It is time that the people, through the government and its la...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 17 February 1910

WANTS _ HAI K I.OOliS. Sji - V.SH in HAIR DRB881NQ. All of Hair on hand or mad?* to r. Osmbinge made Into Switches. >urs, PutTs. ? i ?faction itsed. HUGHES, 208 Nortb T'atrd 8t.. Richmond. Va DENTISTS. you are in Richmond ?all ?it SOtTT< DENTAL ROOMS, old 1009 B. F.xanii nations and estimates -CAKPS ?Flowered, Birth Christmas. New Year, ?ir | fJSc d< Testa;;!. pel Hymns. Purdie ft Company, De psrtroit C, 410 lfonros St.. Ki?h saond. Virginia. ?SAL ESTATE. for sale or In all sections of luce swyer end sejirtly on c< t. If. 11. JETER, stCav 1 in St., Rlchmoaa, Ya. ?anys \i> BAG ? Rl< -erTiu; BaaBSB when | ' a? a iti We will build or end allow you :? It hi - ?eer anvesi-Jiuiti?i. percent aioney. .?* ini rai: 64. Oaa Riehrnond, Va. c . ? . ? ? :=: wa> r and Opera afRS. A. J. TYLi:. 316 N. Rfcheannd, Va. Anythii we e>ke?m. Anything dyahl? BsBOTHIiRN LAW & COLLECTION ?CTav Claims solicited ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 February 1910

THE MATH VOL. VIL MATHEWS C. H., VA?; ? ?TOMTORD, Fres. SANDS SMITH. Vlce-Pres. J. P. NOTTINGHAM. CASH. The L. E. MUMFORD BANKING CO. ?*- ? ? Paid Up Capital $120,000 Surplus and Undiuided Profits, $75,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. Solicits the accounts of firms and Individuals and offers to customers ?ccommodatlon consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. All Money In Vault Cov ercd By Burglar Insurance. _ rs: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M Amos P. Jordan's Ladies* and Gentlemen's Hotel Cafe WEST BBCUDLAB MEALS SEBVED IN THE CITY: Breakfast .2r,?c. Diiinor .3."?c Supper.25c If We Please You Tell Others; If Kot, TELLSUS. All the delicacies of the season the market affords served at all hours. Good, clean, comfortabh* beds, con? venient, desirable, refined location. f Quick, Polite and Attentive Service Open day and night. Corner BANK and HILL Sts? One Square from Main SL, NORFOLK, VA. LODGING 50 CENTS AMOS P. JOBDAN, Proprietor. AMOS P. JORDAN ,0LD D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 February 1910

ham been allowed to eonservative and private interesta has I ^^^F)ed to anca s point that th?> ^^ .?sWocesBary Inifaroveraenta are delay-r^^Tr entirely BSBSnanst. However, we do not despair for our fsrture. The love of beauty is grow? ing rapidly, and while It was once thought to be the prerogative of the rich, it Is now understood to be the right of every citizen. The elevation ?of thought and mind that com?-? with association and a belief in beauty is apt to be disregarded in this material? istic age. Art Tor the people must be better than are by the people. I be? lieve that it is incumbent upon the state to take the lead and provide ex? am i I 'h?- individual to follow. T??- ISB come when the street system Ol ir overcrowded cities cries aioad fo ?adjustment. The dem?and for do* ?.rks and small oi>en squares to pro-rule breathing spaces for the poor ami play-grounds for the chil? dren has met with a general accept? ance V. 'dl-plauned schools arranged so that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 February 1910

ITXlfKr. I KNOW, W l>? MAPiTA>?**J \ ( ?YAULM?AftS It. would mit BBSn to l??' beyond tin poser of engineering s! ?11 to prevent snow* s I ides, however it may he as b IsadslMes. Once started, the a\.il auch?* is irresistible, but obstaclea tha divided its material might make th? statt impossible. As for such Hoods am those now racing alotiK the Mo hawk and the upper Hudson, their havoc is much Increased by the ?t?'? tiim of pier bridges instead of the 8usp?'iision t;> pe. People always have and always will live in the lowlands. i? spite of the inevitable inundations. Uc convenh-nces of the position more Sum making up for its dangers.?New Turk I'r-aas. HARVARD COLLECE IN SAD PLIGHT Ta Avoid Taxes, l'on Id Move Buildings. Bat Mot Atmosphere. Harvard University is grsstly dis? turbed over the proposal of th?* Mas MU'liusetts tax commlsaionsr to tsa th?* property of i rsrd University for local purposes or ? i M prohibit it from acquiring any mor?- res! ?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 February 1910

Jntt? KVF.KY THl'NS ktBJ r>?t*v Ye_r u* Advance^*-*"* ? I. Murrm. Editor anil Owner. ?** toarte* and resolutions of fSBtSBCt ilv l?c iilsert?*-d a*, pa.i?l matter for a char**V ol tire cents per line is ?munio.-itl<jns ad vex: a ting candi? las office w'll be ch*r****ad for at ir line rate? for advertising. ling notice??? 10 cents per line. -ract rate*-? fnrntshsd on appll transi?r*nt advert i s?ment?-, will be ?e?l for at the rate of 90 cts. per for the first insertion, 2.S cts ?peT for ?each subsequent insertion ?n no change is made. na Journal would be greatly in <*d to its correspondents if thev mail their news letters so as U> h this office before Wednesday al**ST. A great many items have to .1 ?published or carried over until ? following week and be stale read ( because they do not ?each this ?*;Hce in time. THURSDAY. MAR. 17. 1910. We hat? never seen it stated vactly where the report of the Senate Committee was wrong;, but if the Ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 February 1910

I. ? Rereil at tK .Po-n Oftic??*\ VTnthews H.. Va., a*. secvLMMl-class matter. .%I*POINTMEJ_TK ON MATHEWS CIRCUIT. Mar. 6th, Sale in. M "' Bethel. '4 13th, Central, Salem, " 20th. Bethel, " M Central, " 27th. Salem. M liefchcl. II A. ft!. 3 P. M 11 A. M. S P. M. 11 A. M. 3 P. M 11 A. M. 3 P. If. APPOINTMENTS ON KASTMATH (WS CIRCUIT FOR FKRUARY, MARCH. APRIL AND MAY. St.Pauls M A. M ist anJ3oSun. 3 P.M- 2d ?* 4th ?' Beulah u A.M. 2d " 4th " 3 P.M. ist44 3d u . Paul's 11 A. M and Beulah 3 P. M on 5th Sun. in May. Servies in Holy Week and on Easter. Mon. before Easter, St. John's Church 3:30 P. M. Tuesday before Easter, St. John's Church 3:30 P. M \Vednes?day before Erster. Christ Church 3 P. M. Maundy Thursday 7.30 P. M. ad? ministration <>i th? Lord's Supper St. John's Church. Good Friday. March 2;th. Trinitv Church. 10:30 A. M, Christ " 3 P* M* St. John's ?" 7:30 P. M. Eastr-r Even. Saturday, at our homes. Easter Day. St. John's Church 6 A. M. " Christ ChurchHo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 February 1910

TW?CURE . VERY PAINFUL *??, bel Vaemrd European l'a U S? hei ot Suffering. This 1? ill? <'hi?ese un-Mlicai treat - t which a Roman Catholic pri?*si. Rips, underwent. Having been wu from h il hors?* ami left faint iog is the ?treat, he was carried into A house, wh?*n* a doet??r s?>on visi'?'?l i-m him. ''He tnade me sit up in ?>?'.!. ? ing aesi ?me ? lora? basin ti?l?*?l with B water, in which he put a thick piece ^Bpf . dttOt it to freezing point. ^?"hcu stripping me to th?' waist, he K|i: ii my neck over the ^E*_ii-. whil? he continued to pour the i^K?e; on my neck with n ? up. The pa aus?-?! by th?>s? - which tsjm wua ?O great and im. that it Been ? ?I ?<> me une?*i. I. bul h? said It w? t?'h the blood and restore ^mrf which was actually the case. f??r. in i short time niy sight be CUsa uni<*d its POW? s Re n? Kl hound im head wilh a bend drawn tight by two men. who bile he struck the in isl> w...

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