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?cd at the Poatoftic* at Mathew?
C. H., Va., as ?ecotul da?s matter. ]
THIIMSDAY. MAY 4, 1905.
i LITTLE LOCAL ITEMS.
Doings of the People
VISITORS SEEN IN TOWN.
Some Going and Others Re?
ings of Interest to
Mrs. Thos. Hudgins of Port
Ha)*wood who has been quite sick
is now better.
Hon. Geo. Y. Hunley left for
Richmond yesterday on legal bus?
Hon. J. Boyd Sears left yester?
day for King William county on
If you need hundsome steel
wire farm gates apply to Andrew
i J. Milter. 20-it
Mrs. Cecil Billups and Master
Carroll who have been at "Popu?
lar Grove" for the last three weeks
left on Saturday.
Mrs. Clarence Kirwan and Miss
Virginia Garnett accompanied by
Miss Willie Kirwan left for Balti?
Attention is called to the no
m tice elsewhere in these columns
of Mrs. Maggie Shawn, who is
located over Journal office.
For 8ALB:? One surrey, good
as new, light enough for one
horse, cheap for cash.
Apply at this office.
St. Tamina Tribe of Imp. Or?
der of Red Men will meet every
Thursday night in the future.
?friios. F. WaKlen, Chief of Rec?
E. L. Billups left yesterday via
the O. D. S. S. line for Bridge?
port, Conn. On his return he
"will be prepared to furnish you
with engines at bottom prices.
Mr. Ellis C. Richardson of
'Kilmarnock is a visitor in town
this week, stopping with his bro
^Pher, S. E. Richardson, our pop?
New Era Clay and all kinds of
*'ield peas. Makes hay and im?
proves, land. Buy direct from the
Globe Pea Co.,
H. C. Smither, Gen. Mgr.
[ 20-2t Norfolk Virginia.
Miss Rowena Hudgins who has
been visiting her mother Mrs. W.
P Y. Hudgins at Cricket Hill,
has returned to Washington ac?
companied by her sister, Miss
Mrs. Mollie Bohannon left for
Norfolk Tuesday where she has
bought a home. Mr. Henry Sib
has purchased her home near
C. H. and will move immed
kN UNMARKED GRAVE.
>ur County is known for its
and generous citizens, its
ids of love and sympathy, but
;re is an oversight among us
lich is hardly intentJAPfai, Our
)ved and lament^ Dr. Hunley
lo gave his tiroC and life for th<
the sicl^and suffering on/s
ir County, the man whi?se
ity was unbounded for abfand
ho was so much beloved amd es
lemed, this dear and generous
pan sleeps in an unmark/ed grave.
There are many kindf and lov
ig people who wouj/fa be glad to
itribute a sum, /even though
-ting a monu
of this be?
lions will be
?MS OF INTE
Gathered By Our County
It would be difficult to imagine
a merrier party than the one en?
tertained at the hospitable home
of Mr. J. W. Minter on Friday
the twenty eighth, the occasion
being the celebration of the birth
day ot "Mine Host."' Mr. and
Mrs. Minter and their charming
daughter. Miss Martha, did all
that was possible for the pleasure
and comfort of their guests, the
bounty and elegance of the din?
ner are still a pleasing memory,
and so delightful was the entire
day that there was but one regret
and that was that Mr. Minter's
birth day did not come of tener.
May he have many happy returns
of the "Day.''
We were glad to see Mr.
George Lane in our village Thurs?
day, and to know that he is again
? well and strong.
Mrs. Floyd Machen returned to
her home in Norfolk after a brief
visit to friends in this County.
Our enterprising and up-to-date
merchant, Mr. Walker, is daily
getting in spring goods and from
his stock one can make good se?
Will you please allow me a
small space in the Journal?
Mrs. Willa Sadler accompanied
by Misses Josie Hudgins and
Emma Sadler spent a week aboard
the light house with her husband
Mr. A. B. Sadler.
Miss Victoria McCoy spent last
week with her friend, Miss Edna
Brooks of Willowdale.
Mrs. John Davis who has been
sick is slowly improving.
Miss McCoy had a serious ac?
cident last Thursday morning.
She fell overboard and hit her
head against the Susie E. Madi?
son and cut her head open, but
by the efforts of Archie and Edna
Brooks she was saved.
The Farmers who have been so
busy plowing had to stop on ac?
count of so much rain this week.
?Just In Time,
Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Williams
left on Tuesday last for JNorth
Carolina on a week's vis
Mrs. Thos. Leddie of/ Berkley
is visiting at the7 home/>f her par?
ents, Mr. and Ifhv. JVC. Thomas.
Mrs. Eug f JDrownley is
spending a week wfT?rt friends and
relatives in New/Point.
Mrs. Lloyd y?achen returned
Norfolk SatujftJay last after spe
ing a week yt Mathews.
Everything seems to \M quiet
aroin/d here with but 'j^ittle to
bre/ik the monotony of/fevery day
The farmers are all/ busy plow?
ing and planting co/rn and their
wives and daughters are equally
as busy discussinig the different
styles of spring Wats etc. etc.
Arthur L. Htidgins is suffering
with a rising Jrrm caused by an
over strain omthc muscles. It has
broke now/the rising I mean)
and it is holed that he will soon
be well. ?
The merchants are all busy op?
ening up tj^^LSpring goods hav
iltely rettJ Hrum market and
' 111 M ffh I ^.MWlfll?l
seem to enjoy
every body has f<
What has beCOOM
It would be a pitv fo^
low her pen to rest
to my way of thinking,
best and brightest of all
The lightning in U
storm seemed to be
as it got tangled up
phone wires near
Diggs & Co. an<
down, glanced inte!
where a number of
had gone to get out of
gave them a whiff of sm<
and brimstone and a big frightT
kept on to the next corner W. L.
Williams & Bro., tore down the
wires there, and struck a tree
in the woods near the store of
Geo. Fimes. No serious damage
On last Saturday afternoon,
Mr. W. J. Brooks' house cugaht
on fire from the stove pipe but
was quickly extinguished by the
crowd that soon gathered.
The farmers are busy planting
corn and tomatoes around here
Messrs. Frank Forrest and Ar?
thur Hudgins left Monday to work
for the N. Y. P. & N. Co.
The ladies made quite a success
of their ice cream dinner Monday.
Mrs. O. Callis and little Grady
Brooks and brother are on tM
sick list this week.
James Averil entertained qr,,te
a number of young people Mon
night with his lovely music.
Mr. S. E. Richardson ourifrug
gist has captured a red baLwhich
is a rare specimen. It can be seen
at the drug stor*\ *
A TRIP TO C iPE (CARLES.
On Tuesday of las^Keek a most
delightful trip to ^?pe Charles
was enjoyed bv a^Wty of young
people from Matffipvs;. Capt. Eu?
gene yArmistead carrying the
crowai over in hi* gasoline launch.
NeveV* .was a sail more thoroughly
en/oyed. Tr^eAlay was an ideal
ene and the Jtptain and his jolly
crew did an/ in their power to
make the Jnearts of the happy
ones on bj?ard more merry. Sing?
ing was i/ndulged in all the way a
cross the bay and returning and
all on Ifeard were full of life. A
mongst\hose who went besides
the captain and his crew and their
friends were Mrs. Coley Borum
and daughters, Mrs. Kiblcr and
daughter. Miss Gertrude Kibler,
Miss Leone Coleman, Prof. Kib
rler, and Dr. A. G. Vaden. The
four last mentioned drove to
fcapeville and other places in
Northampton while the rest of the
party visiied the points of interest
in the town. Returning they left
Cape Charles about five o'clock,
reaching Mathews in two hours
after a most enjoyable sail.
A THOUSAND DOLLAR'S
WORTH OF GOOD.
"I have been afflicted with kid?
ney and bladder trouble for years,
passing gravel or stones with ex?
cruciating pain," says A. H.
Thurnes, a well known coal oper?
ator of Buffalo, O. "I got no re?
lief from medicine uni.il I began
taking Foley's Cure, then the re?
sult was surprising. A few d< ?lea
starred the brick-dust-like sab
I have decide^ to open dress
making parlors/at Matliews C. H.
on Monday, jfi'^y I. I will be loca-j
led in theifobrnal Building ap
stairs and/wi'I appreciate the pat
ronage </-*'* a'- an^ endeavor to give
Mrs. Maggie Shawn.
! lot of
\? All parties desiring to become a
fl member of J. O. U. A. M. to pay
charter fee ($2.00) to Wyatt
Wolffe by Saturday, May 6.
vs for registration of
be open from sunrise
1905, at Whites Neck, for the
purpose of registering any one
not registered under the new
J. D. White,
PIRATING FOLEY'S HONEY
Foley & Co., Chicago, origina?
ted Honey and Tar as a throat
ami lung remedy, and on account
of the great merit and popularity
of Folev's Honey and Tar many
imitations are offered for the gen?
uine. Ask for Foley's Honey and
Tar and refuse any substitute of?
fered as no other preparation will
give the same satisfaction. It is
mildly laxative. It contains no
opiates and is safest for children
and delicate persons. For sale
by S. E. Richardson, Mathews,
and Miller & Rilie, Woods X
first, smell next, then taste,
buy LKJI'OKS. For if thei
thing- easier to be deceive?
Whiskey. Impure Whiskeys
times fool the mo.>t expert. bL
eourae of time will prove by y~_^^?
stitution whether y-.tti have drank pu. ,
or impure liquor?. We have been es
tablished since is?-?.} and (jive as refer!
enees any ?.: '? many customers. 1
We solicit mail orders and guacatff
tee satisfaction by prompt delivery
and pure whiskeys.
Wine and Whiskey Merchants,
75 Commercial Place, Norfolk, Va.
SB Price-list upon request.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
I am at my office, in Journal
Building, every Tuesday, Thurs?
day, and Saturday to receive tax?
es. It is important for all who
have not paid their taxes for 1904
to do so at once, as it is necessary
for me to have money to cash
warrants that are coming in every
day. I also desire to call atten?
tion to the fact that in order to
qualify yourselves to vote in the
primary and fall election you will
have to pay your poll tax by the
6th of May.
J. J. Burke, Treasurer.
Kniest Brown's To?
bacco, Cigar and
News Store, 279 and
313 Main St., Nor?
Ernest Brown, Prop.
Having retired from
the hotel business I will
devote my entire attenj
tion to my Livkkv Ai
S.u.?-: Sr.un.i:. Fii
elass Teams ano
always in reauines
and from any poi]
Prices Modei ;
patron/ for tlj
favors, I am,
H- H- Hale.
H. P. BALL & CO,
person should know
that good health is impossible if
the kidneys are deranged. Folev's
Kidney Cure will cure kidney and
bladder disease in every form and
god strengthen these