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We often hear
:s about the infer
schools. I do not
is the right spirit. They
fcJkiid when wc make fun
Ictnwt Make fun of ourselves,
had an article in our home
we were ashamed of, we
improve on it. The public
are ours, why not improve
on t! c?:?
J. F. Marchant.
A very en
?ical solos and
ion of Miss
essay of Har
rncy and Alice
the teacher and
showed the evuaaj^-nt training
the scholars ha? received. At
the close of the program a hand?
some gift was prestVcd to the
teacher as a mark of t ?jiigh es?
teem in which she is held^Ly her
scholars and their appr?cia
her work with them. Thei
were invited to the dining
where delightful refreshment
were served, after which all ling?
ering!}' departed, glad, yet sorry,
that school was over for another
same satisfaction. It is
laxative. It contains no
opiates and is safest for children
and delicate persons. For sale
by S. K. Richardson, Mathews,
land Miller & Rufe, Woods X
Mr. Stubbs' Announcement
To the Democratic voters of
the 39th Senatorial District of
Virginia, composed of the coun?
ties of King and (Jueen, Essex,
Middlesex, Mathews and Glou?
I am a candidate for the Sen?
ate of WJiva. subject to the de?
cision of ihe Democratic p.'.muy,
to be held in the Ii?UiC. I wi'l
soon publish a caa', giving tnv
views on the leading questions in
J. N. Stubbs.
Woods X Roads, Va.
April 17, 1905.
Juggling Wtth Dynamite
Is no mori? ^dangerous than to
neglect kidney disorders. Foley's
Kidney Cure corrects irregulari?
ties and has cured many severe
cases after other treatment has
failed. It builds up the worn out
tissues and restores health and
vigor. *'I was troubled with kid?
ney complaint for about two
years," wiites A. H. Davis, of
Mt. Sieiling, Iowa, "but two bot?
tles of Foley's Kidney Cure effect?
ed a permanent cure." For sale
by S. E. Richardson, Mathews,
d Miller and Rilie, Woods X
?VS COUNTY yA.
h Lee monument
r e our last issue:
ria Lee ,,
Sarah E. ,,
Mary E. D. Pusey.
John J. T. ,,
T. F. B. ?
As the undersigned should like
to see all the children in Math?
ews County subscribe to the Fitz
b Lee Monument fund, he
will be ?lad to receivi enny
from each child, (whose name
The above table gives the tem?
perature for the week ending
May 23, 1905.
This station is in latitude 37"
24" North and longitude 76" 20*
West of Greenwich.
To THE PEOPLE OF MATHEWS
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for re-election to the
House of Delegates, subject to
approval by the Democrats of
said counties, by whatever meth?
od may be adopted for making
Grateful for the honor confer?
red upon me in the past, I shall
?ator Sears Announcement
ews. Va,, April 10, 1905.
v\y /eifow-democrats of the
I he%by formally announce my
candidacy for the Democratic
nomina.ion for the office of Stat<;
Senator from the 39th Senatorial
Poor years ago you honored
me with your confidence atjd a
seat in the Senate? of Virginia.
My ambition again ^PTOtO?fa me
to ask of you my return to tirs
As your represenative I made
every effort tofuithfoilydisclia.?e
every duty and responsibility ics.
ing upon me, and if you shall a
gaiu honor me I wiU endeavor to
be deserving of your confie encc
Very truly yours,
J. Boyd Sears.
l* i^,. I ride in having the en
.iki, Idorsement of the people of Math
pcfd will fou.
-rons ?nSih-jdojrsement ot the P^P1
mood! ews and Middlesex to represent
Giles li. Cooke ?them for another term!; It shall
Rector o&Kingston Parish.
i Tabernacle on May
?lowing executive Com
: Mrs. Floyd
iree to be se
be my ambition to so represent
my constituents as to be worthy
of this approval and endorsement
at their hands.
Geo. Y. tiunley.
To THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF
MATHEWS AND MIDDLESEX COUN?
I hereby announce myself a
candidate subject to the action of
lard, ! the democratic primary soon ?o
?eman, j be held, to represent the coun?
ties of Mathews and Middlesex in
next House of Delegates of
R. L. McCready.
The Richest Man in the world
The richest man in the world
cannot have his kidneys replaced
nor live without them, so it is im?
portant not to neglect these or?
gans. If Foley's Kidney Cure is
taken at the first sign of danger
the symptoms wi!l disappear and
your health will be restored, as it
strengthens and builds up these
organs as nothing else will. Os?
car Bowman, Lebanon, Ky.,
writes: "I have used Foley's Kid?
ney Cure and take great pleasure
in slating it cured me permanent?
ly of kidney disease, which cer?
tainly would have cost me mv
life." For sale by S. E. Rich?
ardson, Mathews, and Miller ft
Rilie, Woods X Roads, Va.
Appointments for Preaching on
Central. 11.00 A. M.
Shi loh ((? wyan?). 3.00 P. M.
Salem. 11.00 A. M.
Shiloh (Crab Nee!:). 3.00 P. M.
Central. 8.00 P. M.
3rd Sum", y.
Salem. 11.00 A. M.
Shiloh (t?wynn ). 3.00 P. M.
Central.-.. 11.00 A. M.
Salein. 3.00 P. M.
Thursday ni.rht, befo.c 4.h Sunday.
Shiloh (Crab Nee'.). 8.00 P. M.
John O. Moss, P. C.
1e blood t>i
irritating poisons and break down
the delicate organs of the body
and cause serious trouble. If you
have kidney or bladder trouble
and do not use Foley's Kidney
Cure, you will have only yourself
to blame for results, as it posi?
tively cures all forms of kidney
and bladder diseases. For salt
by S. E. Richa.dson, Mai hews,
and Miller & Kilie, Woods X
**Tlu\t man has a perfect right to dic?
tate to his wife."
"Oh, he married his stenographer!"?
The lilt of Ihr Sraion
Wlio did It?
Krrpa 111* Secret.
"My son, don't you km ?w t lia t your
wild etfW is a disgrace to your fa?
"I?on't you worry. I don't let any?
body I now you're my fa ? her."-- New
Tno of t? 1? I nal
Lady (with smelly basket of fish)?
Dcssay you'd rather 'ave a gentleman
settln' aside of 3-011?
tiilded Youth (who had been edging
away)?Yes, I would.
Lndy?Same 'ere.?London Punch.
Wo More to Break.
Mrs. J.?Cook has only broken one
dish today, dear.
Mr. J.?That's better. How did that
Mr?. J.?It was the last one.
r? ?* m
We will open on Friday, June Z
We have ever offered to the trade.
Mail and Telephone orders promptly attendee
?Will i aim1
We are opening
For the June Trade
Men's and l?oys new Straw Hats. We have a nice lit
Panama Hats from $1 lip
Lawns, Embroidery, Low Shoes, Millinery and Clothinj
late and up-to-date. Over ioo superb designs of lace
Hose. We have the two-piece suits for men and boys, als<
coats and vests.
G. S. and J. F. Marchan*
"Dealers in Ere, ?i t'?<i at Attractive Prices."
Carrara paint, the best made, $?-75 per(
Liberty paint, good as gold, $
Monumental paint, for barns and bridges, $-6'/\
"Japalac" varnish, wears like iron, $2.|
American wire fence, lasts forever, 4c to n
Globe steel" ranges, never wear out, $|
Richmond cook stoves, good as any,
Lexington ranges, can't be beat,
Wickless oil cook stoves, good for summer use,
Syracuse chilled plows, do good work,
Heywood-Wakefield wicker furniture,
Russell single horse wagons.
Kayser ?\: Allmans Wall Paper.
O Connor's hand made Harness.
Westover Rooting Paper, $1.00 J
T^? c-cwaiey^eal Estate
E. It Maxwell, P.es.
Sell- Ferais tuad Fc .'- '.> - t?re rtm, in Mathews, Gloucester and
Middle . ?*. QOOOtlcc V.'e have ? Cue H-it of truck and stock farm..
Do voa v.i. ?1 to
INVEST IN REAL ESTA
Then I iu< lv <'o v he "j \o ? of e::.M*-,iniivf oit list of properties
beere ?uyir ;. V.'e ml ?u make yon dollfir*. Do you
WISH TO SELL?
The.* list j-our property with us. Perhaps we could effect a sale
where you could not.
*|-1dew*tef pical EstateGo.
When we smarted in 1896
a boy could have attended
to our business, now the
boy's snow ball requires
many men to roll it. The
rings show how our insur?
ance business is rolling up.
W. W. Seward. Urbanna,
J. R. Parker, Wdterview,
L. M. Riley, SaiM'Bottom.
W. J. PARKEIjf, Mt. Laiding
R. H. NORRl?, Ordinary. Ag
H. B. CHASE/? Urbanna, spe
?i a ? y ri rfl
Mathews and Glouci
Neck ItvJtaal Fire As*s
We are tin
>rd the greatest Xome