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W. M. Mister. EditoraodQwn?r.
Ilbituanes *iiid,r<*?3<*'lutipns of, reside i
jz in only ociitsetyted at? paid matter for
?h a charge qt five cents per l?ne is
Co?nmunlcatjp?is' -i?4yocating candi?
al ites for oUlce w?**,! .Tpe charged for at
Regular line rate? ?or a-Jvert, i ?i Bf.
Reading not|?^s 10 cents per lipe,
?Contract rptca fprpished pp appli?
All transient ?->d,v?Ttiscpients **lll be:
.???h arg ?Hi fu?r at |he rate of SO ?ts. per
?inch for the first ipsertion, 25 cts. per
inch for each subsequent insertion
.when no change ?** math:.
ThM JouKNAt. wfHild be gre.-^ly in
,?debt?*?d t<_ its ?prr*_po?id?rots if they
will mau t?i?ir pews letters so as to
reach this ofr?*-cf?? .before Wedpesday
, morning. A great,many items have to
go unpublished or carried over until
,the following wegk and be stale read?
ying because they cjp pot reach this
.office in time.
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T;hursdayNOV .2 4 . If 10
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?P olden days our puritan fcre
?fathers were wont lo regard
v Thanksgiving as aiinost a holy
(lav. They rested and feasted
and returned humble and sincere
? thinks to God for big manifold
rJessihgs, We wonder if in this
Twentieth Century, when pro?
gress i?; the motto; when accu?
mulation of wealth is the ?*-nly
ambition; and when mechanisrrs
an 1 machinery, invented by the
.genius of m?*n, has supplanted the
.old time methods of doing things,
we appreciate and aie sufficiently
-thankful for the many advantages
;and multiplied blessings we u?
joy- It would seem that even ;n
/his aszs tji turm?5fl Iffie people
<$oul<l sr-are one day to return
?inks as did their forebears in
simple and earnest fashion. Then
Thanksgiving Day would be more
?than a mere holiday and the peo?
ple would have, in a slight degree
.only, discharged the debt they
owe to the AI wise Creative Power
thai has guarded their foot steps
safelv through the years and ren?
dered it possible for them to en
^?ov the priviliges of this enlight
After several weeks have elap
.sed it is discovered that two of the
?proposed amendments have pass
JkftssY much serious
upon the reasons fur the late po-i
litical upheaval and upon ways
land means to nullify the Demo?
cratic vjciory, Col. T. R. delivers
himself of ,the following charac?
teristic ultimatum. "Every dog
has his day but the night belongs
to the cats." A profound analy?
sis of the situation, but one which
should bring sinsll comfort to
the au-'hor. since his day has
come and gone.
Mexico is getting rather ram
bunctious forjso small a State,
She had better remember the
spanking Uncle Sam administer?
ed in 1847 and be good.
y . ,-.?.,_?
A pretty marriage occurred Jat
the home of the bride's parents,
Capt. and Mis. \V, H. Dewick.
|of Waterview, last Saturday,
when their daughter. Miss Helen
became the wile o? Mr. L. E.
Hai le, jM?opular young merchant
of tipper Middlesex. Mr. and
Mrs?. Haile left on Norfolk steam?
er (or a bridal trip, carrying with
them the congratulations and
best wishes of numerous friends.
The rooms were elaborately and
beauttifully decorated for the
event with palms ferns yellowaud
white chrysanthemums and autu
iiiu leaves. The Ceremony was
preformed beneath an arch of
handsome palms, Rev. J. T
Koutten. of lielhaven. Va., assis?
ied by Rev. R. A. Robinson, be
ng the celebrants.
Captain and Mrs. Geo. T. Lo
key. of Irvington. have announ?
ced the approching marriage of
their daughier, Miss Mary Alee
to Mr. Thos. Carl Whaley, of
Wicomico Church, which takes
place at Irvingtou Baptift church
7*30 o'clock Saturday evening,
NoAeniber 26th, 1910.
Miss Aweatter Dodson, oldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. 1*>.
Dodson and Mr. Emmett Hayden
both of ?Lancaster, were united in
holv wedlock last Sunday, Dr. W.
F. Dunway officiating- Mr. and
Mrs. Hayden will reside near Se?
The Annual session of the Vir?
ginia Teachers Conference meets
1 . Richmond this week beginning
on Tuesday and continuing until
The Taylor Farm, adjoining
West Point, of 2500 acres, has
has been sold to prospectors
from Clevelanc, Ohio, and is to
Tl?lbcrc (So?> is
?y ??sorg? io^tp, IVlAthinw?, ?Va?
in the splendor of the mi.lnieht, in the freshness of the morn;
in the majesty of thunder when the skies are lightning torn;
In .the shimmer and the shiver of the moonlight en the sea.
In all of thy great handiwork. I see and worship?Theel
The Creatorl The created! Paltry words that ohnd the soul
To the glory and the greatness and the beauty of the whole!
Thou Use .maker of the univers*.? Thou art its pulsing heart.
And Thy beat is in its arteries unto the utmost part!
Thou?the gilding of the -?untight! Thou?the silver of the rain!
Thou ? the ripliny at the breezes over fields of springing grain!
Thou?:the sweep of .upland me.tdows, all with milky daisies starred!
Thou?the rainbow'*? iridescence on the beetles golden shard!
Thou?the marching up through centuries, of Life, the undismayed;
Up from chaos, up through conflict, never daunted nor afraid;
From the cell that knew but hunger up to man who guesseth Thee!
Thou art Matter! Thou art Spirit! Thou-the riddle?Thou-the key!
Warring waves of JDy and sorrow, hate an?1 love and space ?nd?time*
Sink to.calm upon the vastness of Thy shoreless sea sublime!
Thou?the finite, star and blossom; pride of man an?J sparrows falll
Thou?the infinite, t-anscending, comprehending, hushing all!
Cordata f?. Stuart
Mrs. Cor/ieJia Miles Stuart,
wife of J. R. Stuart, of Hampton,
Va. died at home in that town on
Nov. if, that 2 P. M. She had
suffered for one year from tuber?
culosis which dread disease caus
ed her death.
The funeral was preached at
Bethel Church by Rev. Geo. W.
Wray, of Hampton, on Thursday,
Nov. 17th. at 2 P. M. and inter
ment was made in Pear Tree
Mrs. Stuart was formerly of
Mathews Co. and was the daugh
ter of the late Capt. Miles
Thomas and^Mrs. Mary Knight
Thomas, who survives her. She
also leaves a husband, two child
ren and one sisten Mrs. Filmore
Hudgins to mourn her loss. Mrs.
Stuart was 43 years of age; a
good woman, whose early death
is to be deplored.
l?lr?. E. K. r-i-udgi-s
Mrs. Elizabeth K. Hudgins died
at the home of her s?n in law,
Mr. Ezekiel Hudgins, at New
Point on Monday, Nov. 21st, at
9 P. M. The funeral was preach?
ed vesterd-iy, at the home by Rev.
George Thomas at 2. P. M.
Mrs. Hudgins was 82 years
of age and highly esteem?
ed and loved in the comm.11
nity. She is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. E Hudgins and
Mrs- Jno. Thomas and a large
number of grandchildren.
Miss Ore May Hutson and Mr.
J. Samuel Hu^gins~,"*b~?th of fttewv.
Point, were united in -matrimony
at Bethel M. E. Church on Tues
day Morning. Nov. 22 at 10 A. M.
Rev. J. A. Wins officiated.
Miss Hutson is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs.Geo. L. Hutson and
the groom, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Hudgins. all parties
concerned being well known here.
f? ?re rt ap t fi rrriatr-opg
One of the prettiest of the
autumn weddings occured Wed?
nesday afternoon at 5 o'clock at
the residence of the bride. 419
Reservoir avenue when Miss Ce
lestia Virginia Armstrog, daughter
of Mrs. J. D. Armstrong, became
the wife of Mr- John Dixon Mar
chant, also of thiscitv.
A Gfcrc/fit IVlatcri flace
Probably the greatest race A
Staternept of plpap
The Gloucester-.Ma th?*ws Bank, Inc.
Located*at Mathews, in the
Countv of Mathews, State of
Virginia, at the close of busi?
ness, Nov. loth, *9lo, made
to the S t? t e Corporation
Loans and Diaooanta $177.2.-?5.1'>
Overdrafts ?insecure?! ?1,805.10
Bonds. Sccuritic-i. etc , own*
cil, incliuling premium on
[Banking House an.l I, >t IZ.U4.0U
Due from National Banks 11,587.49
Due from State Banks. Pri?
te Bankers, and Trust
Paper currcnc3? 14*200.00
Fractional paper currenc}*,
nickels antl cents 22X72
Gold coin 3O0.00
Silver coin 4,5*10.00
Capital stock paid in 47.200.00
Surplus fund 550.00
Undivided profits, less ain't,
paid f?ir interest, expen?
ses antl tax 2.773.99
Individual deposits 2*^5. I
Certified checks 29".53
Cashier's checksoutstandini?- 285.11
Due to State Banks. Private
Hankers and Trust Coin
pan :es .18,750.01
I, J. P. Nottingham, ?cashier.
do solemnly swear that the
above is a true state?
ment of the financial condi?
tion of The Gloncester-Mathews
Bank, Inc.. located at Mathews.
in the Countv of Mathews, State
of Virginia, at the close of busi?
ness on trie loth day of Nov. 1910
to the best of my knowledge and
J. P? Nottingham, Cash'r,
Sands Smith ]
J. M. Pugh > Directors
j. J ourtrt)
State of Virginia.
County of Mathews,
Sworn to and subscribed be?
fore me by J. P. Nottingham,
Cash'r. this loth day of No?/., 1910
Sands Smith, Jr..
My commission expires Aug. iSth
A Pardncr to engage in the Dry
Goods business at Mathews, C. H.
Old stand and one of the best
locations. Address X
A sober, industrious man ???/ant
ed to work on my farm. A suit
able man will be furnished a six
room house, fire wood, garden
anj good wages. Apply to
S. G. Miller
We have just arrive?.! fiom Bal"
timor? with an up-to-date line of
millinery. Mv experienced Mil?
liner, miss Susy Soies will be glad
to show you in this line.
We have a nice line of fine
?lerss goods and silks. Our shoe
line is larger than ever before,
prices ranging from 15c to 4.00.
A'?*, have On display an extra
fine line of mens suits and "ver
coats and bo\ssuits. Also a nice
line of stoves and msttreS!
double and single, come to look
before buying. I think I can
save you money as I have no rent
to nay, no cleik to pay and ?buy
goods for Cash. Yours to serve,
W. J. Grimste.nl
Mrs. Bille Tiler. Ravena. Tex .
writes; I was blind as a hat. I
Sutherland's Kayle Kve Salve ami It
icted like a charm. It cut thr sann off
my eyes ami re-aoretl mv aiffhl. II ie
all you claim at*id worth its weight in
gold. 25c a tube.
13. t. & A. K.\1I.WAV
pia-pKatapk T?1x?r ?-?
lu effect Sat. April 23d. 191
Steamer leaves Pier 9 L'Kht S
Wharf, naltimore, Uteej Sunday
Wo'iies.lav, weather premittin"?,
Frcct>ort and interme<ii?'tte land'u
Leave Baltimore 5 P. M-, Mila 3
A. M.. Sa.nps.-ns 2.45. TipersJ. Bla
wells 3 30. F?eeton 4.. Timbs 4 1
v.lie 4 .?<>, Hardings 6 00, Harvc?"
t> 15, Grace Point 7 10, Bynlton 7 20,
Kitmarmjck 7 30. Ocrans 8 45, Jackson
Creek 11.. Cricket Hill 11 30, Callis
11 45. Fitchetts 12 3o, P. M., Kuarks
1 30, Warehouse 1 45, Conrads 2 00,
Green Point 2 15, Stampers 2 30. Blans
Arrive Freeport 4 30.
Returning?steamer leaves Freeport
for Baltimore and intermediate land
imrs, every Tuesdav and Friday,
weather pennittitiii- as follows:
Leave Freeport 7.. A. M., Blands
7 10, Stampers 7 30, Green Point 7 45,
Conrads 8 00. Warehouse 8 30, Kuarks
845, Fitchetts 10., CallislO 30.,Cricket
Hill 10 45, Jackson's Creek 1130.
Ocrans 1. P. M., Kilmarnock 1 40.
Grace Paint 1.5o, Byrdton 2., Hard
?nf?*8 3, Harvevs 3.15 Fleeton 4 30.
Timbs 4 45. Reedvil'.e 5., Mila b 3?.
?Hackwetla 5 45, Tipe?s 6., Sampsons
?>..*.<>, arrive Baltimore next morning.
This time-table shows the times a*
which steamers may be expected ?o
arrive at and depart from the several
wharves, but tneir arrival or ?leparture
at the times stated is tot guaranteed;
nor does the Company hold itself re
?isible for any delay or Any '"?use
quences ?arising therefrom.
Freight receivctl at Baltimore for
above points on Bailing davs ?Mlti) ^0
Wit.LAND Thompson, Gen. Mjj'r.
A. F. Bkavkn, Aident, Balto.
T. Mikhoch, Gen Frt?Pass Agt.
Automobile or team will take
you to or from boats or other
points on short rotice.
Fine mobile and engine cylin
Engine dry batteries,
der oils and supplies.
Grind your new ear corn for
Grind new corn for nice table
F. Theo. Miller & Son
Mathews C. H.. Va.
Mat hows Oountq
Ola m and Oyslermsn
J. Edwip Trcaklc
*_o Fulton Ktsii Market
Now Vurk Gltvj
I will QUAPANTEE top mar?
ket prices on all kinds of fish ?had
especially, and will make returns
prompt on sale of floods. Mathews
Fishermen will ?lo well to ship to
me. I sh.ill try to be just tj all.
References, any shipper or whole
dealer in the business. Mar?
ket and Fulton National Bank, of
New Y?irk, or Peoples Trust, Co.
of Brooklyn. _ r
PAUL DE B. KOPS,
8EST FOR THIS CLIMATE,
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE
A Good Posltlop ~D
"Can be had bv ambitious young
men and ladies in the t?elil of
Wireless or Railway Telegraphy
Cilice the 8-hour law became effec?
tive, and since the Wireless com?
panies are establishm? stations
throughout the country there is a1
ereat shortage of telegraphers.!
Positions pay beginners from $70
to $9o per month, with good
chance of advancement. The
N?ational Telegraph Institute op
eratea six official institutes in
America, under supervision of K.
R. and Wireless officials and
places all graduates into position.
It will pay von to write them for
full details at Ciiit ?r?nati, O., or
Side lights. Bow lights, Life
l'i ?.serv?is. Fug bells, hog
horns Whistler, ???-.? p ic?
than eis? w 1 ?re
Rope, Galvanized Anchors,
and Grapnels, Potent Blocks,
and tackle, Galvanized^blocks
Screw ?Mickles, Wheels.screw
eve?;, etc. Brass hinges and
hasps.Galvanized mast hoops
Lag scews. galvanized and
bionze, Ship .Chandlery a
a. Wllllarns A. Co.
?Williarn% Wharf- Va.
v u ? - Dr. Bell's Antl
1 acts lii relieve i almost
nstantly. Also gUQd for all e*'emal
umbv ?t ?*
j wonder why, tht) you ipend \q*% nf r*h*8ney try
ing. you never get your clothes tel look as neat, stylish
line other fellows. Its only because that Other
? 'lilor-made clothes, cut to rti% curves by an ex
'Ahile you wear clothes cut to curves in the
n of some bum cuttr and tacked together by a bunch
The workemen who help make ready made cloth
i:d by the piece and its to their interest to make as
min*l ! i day as possible. Now you know they d^n.t
put :: re stitches than is necessarv to hold the jjarment
in sh vou have forgotten the awful price vou paid lor
it. R. I'-'er CUtS to yoU|* CUfV?? and no suit
gees -?hop until it fits the customer and has the
prop ?it under the lining to hold it in shape as long
as ht * .> wear it. Let Foster clothe you and vou wont
be as '?> walk down the street with that other fellow.
Hek* .tile secret too, that will save vou money. You'll
find him?, witih his uceat line of beautiful paterns, in James* old
store, inipn*\r Store Building. Maihews. Go in and talk to
Joe, his ???tie Dutch tailor, he'll make you lau^h.
Equipped with a 10 H. P. Doubla Cyunder
Steam Engine and le! of drawing out
any boat of not more than loo"tOO burthen.
We are now ready for busineaa?, A full
force of Carpenters, Painters, Riggers, Ma?
chinists, Etc.. always >t? hand prepareJ to
do any neces?a y work. ?Comm dius Wharf
and large anchorage room with good^har
.tapper and Boat paim> il on Hand
Milton Murray Pr
s, La. La
PUMPS, W1N|1> N11Ixk?;
1 IN COU
We refer vou t
tailed water ou t fit s
L' C* GARN
S. F, MILLE
f J, SIBLEY5
7 ws, Assl
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