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MATHEWS C. H. VA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1. ?9I0
r L. E. Mumford, Pr?s., J. P. NottinghamTJ |
Paid Up Capital $50,000
MATHEWS C. H., VA.
Solicits the accounts of firma and individuals sard offera to customers
?accommodation consistent with good banking
Interest Allowed On Sarlu-rs Accounts.
All Money la Yaalt Cot ere* By Burglar Insurance.
Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M
C. D. CLINTON
CONTRACTOR FOR EQUIPMENT AND REPAIRS IK
JPLUMB1N6, "WATER 8UPPLY, WINDMILLS, PRESSURE TANKS, PUMP?
ING ENGINES, ACETYLENE GAS, GASOLINE GAS, ELECTRIC
LIGHTING, BELLS AND TELEPHONES, HEATING,
SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES.
Dr. M. S. FOSTER
CMSoe Over Blblsy Broa*.
MATH-^V C. H? VA.
Offlee Hourra: a* to 12 and 1 to 6. Gloucester.
LES IE C. GARNETT,
Will pracUce in the Courts of tthe
counties of Mnthews, -Middlesex and
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
?Schedule Between Norfolk and Mathews and (iloucesrer Cenntit
Wednesday & Thursday A
& Friday. Saturday
Norfolk (O. D. Wharf) . 6 20*a m. ? 2? a. m.
-..Portsmouth ( North'St. Wharf).. t? 46 a. m. Jwt. m.
Et. Norfolk (Bas Lhia" Wharf) _ : 00 a. m. T 00 ?
j?T. Old Paint . >? 00 a. : m 00 a. in.
Lv. Phil-jot's Wharf. Bast River. 00 a. tu. 10 00
Lt. Willisms' Wharf. East River. 10 IS a. tn. 10 16 a. m.
*bv. Hicks' Wharf. East River . . 10 30 a. m'. 30 a. m.
i?v. Dlggs* Wharf. East River. II 00 a. tn. a. m,
*bv. Roahe's Wharf, W'are River . ?
Lt. Smith's Wharf. Ware River p. m.
Lv. Hackley. Ware River .- m.
Lt. Auburn Wharf. North River 12 00 in. -i
X?v. Dixondale. North River . if. p. in. -
Ubr. SeTern Wharf. Severn River . 1 on p tn
Ir?T. Old Peint (Government Wharf).. 00 p. m.
Ar. Nor To IK- ? O D. Pier No. 1). 00 p.m.
At. Portsmouth ?Nprth St. Wharf). .. fi 15 n. m.
Every Evening between Norfolk and Richmond.
SI"EAMERS BERKELEY and* BRANDON
Fare I^rrst-Class $2.00 each way, including Berth
in Statero* m. Second-Class including Berth $1.50
Leave Norfolk 7:00 P. M..]
} Daily lucludin-g .Sunday
Leave Richmond 7; 00 P. Ai. )
?Steamships I?eave 7 P. M., Sunday Etcepted.
rrixe in New York, 3:30 P. M>t?oli?.**ing eftsmoon,
Leave New York. 3:; (Sunday
Arrive in Norfolk, 10:30 A."k., follow!
rAHkr?First-class, one way, $8.00. pieals and staterqcn-, bsjjlrth in-eluded, round
trip. ?i?i- thirty dirys, $14.00.
TICKETS and STATEROOMS ut ticket office. 10 Opposite Atlantic
Hotel, or at Company's or. folk. Va. All Schedules
subject tq change without notice.
D. L nei-al Agent.
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PAID UP CAPITAL, $108,000.00. ?
NORFOLK B?UILBING S?PPIES
PRANK T. QUARK CO.t LTD.
(A iMu-taerahlp aasociationJfexpiriug December Slat, 1909.)
OOOKE, CLARKE Ci. A LUTHi
There arm six reasons why B?VILDERS and OWNERS should buy their
flash. Doors. Blinds, Builders' Hat Orates, Paints, Oils,
dlass, etc., etc., from The NORt [ES CORPORATION.
THE REASONS: 1. \\q contra, t 0 bad debts.
2. We are] tie heapest
5. Our exfoeii
4. Our fa?!
6. Our ovs-af'*'.. tlon is
5 Ofe ttrjoit
NORFOLK BUIUHHB Sl'FPUES CORPORATION
me ?I BROOKE AV1 g^
I . flU*"SS*S
Clark Sash &j DqJKorporation
?ftfl??ORS WILDLY '
CHEERED BY CROWD
H M O N U, VA.?Special.-^
- a wlldiy entliu.sht.stic crowd,
ly of holiday fun
"seek ii an?i North
'!**tna students whot' showed up at
the Fair Grounds Thursday morning.
Us of aviation, and it
yh*1ftr?**xaggeration to say that even the
'. they saw a sight called to
?*? the* dumb attempt to howl
?CrMf deltght. tor lour m. were
?Tul three of
ill to appeal
abe ma n
an ugly m?>tor right at
r i n -
? ras. ah? they were the gar?ons
tkiat the onlookers an
ubbering 10.OHO t
heart disease I
riot monoplanes finished ti
i!??ns in the No
he esltome oi menta Drint
*^Has wondrous, and Monsh-ur Simon'*
rices in front <-i the
gramlstah?* were little short of super?
od work. Mr. Hamilton!
hat's ?he way the darin?? bird
greeted after their initial
t the bis aviation ri?
tt the Virginia ?State Fair
- by the International Avia
[? And the aviators made good. Prob
r?' was a hitch or two in the
Htrjrprram. but ti. ?I to
dying between the hours of i and
flights were made alto
Hamilton was up twice in his own
liumiltoiiian biplane, a ma
very much like th?
Rrothers' patent. He was also sched?
uled t?? r. ?iir in the latter's
. utomobH-e?the machine that
won the Vanderbiit cup with Mr. Sey?
mour driving. Owing to his high
ptjwercd nu-tor he fount! it Impossible
to make the short turns and was
forced to abandon the race.
of tlu- trio of Fr
Simon, in his second flight,
down town and circled the Jef
ierson Hotel and was greatly eh
.y people all along Broad ?Street.
Turning north from the Jefferson, Si?
mon ti- Julian \V. Tyler's First
ind Broad Street store, and then he
hiked it for the si. nt at th?'
Fair Ci rounds. His .vas second
jnly to that of Garros who yesterday
morning made the li.p through the
ilrlanea ir<?m tin Fair Grounds to
. nri return, with Presi
?1 up the da
exhibltiona by a brilliant tiiglit ar<
the grouuds and a mile or
country. being, however. In piain vi? w
of the thousands of people all the
It ?an safely be said lhat the avia?
tors ga\? tin psocle everything prom?
ised. Mr. Molsaut, Mr. I>
lire Hying sggregatlon were sat
;hev hail given s good eh?
said they believed the people wi
fully agre? d tliat the visiting
he wonders of this or my other
?Uood Orom? Vrct-vtn.
While there were but two ?>r three
hundred people in the grandstand, the
crow nt on the llrst ?lay
Lars? and very enthusiastic. Salvos
. ??plans? greeted each hlrdm:in as
he came to the ground, huddling to
the earth like hawks. ,
And kids, well, the International
Aviators, Incorporated, rsAvsrtlsed that
they would allow all Kichmond school
children to attend the meet free of
charge. There appeared to be more
children there yesterday than are go?
ing to school all ov?-?r the the State
of Virginia. They were everywhere
and they were full of enthusiasm.
lie Talke?! French.
A flaehily dresseu young man walk?
ed up to Kene Simon, after the first
iight the latter mass, aim said:
. rley vous fran?ais?"
"Oui, oui," said the smiling French?
man, ?thinking at last h.- had found a
man In this country who could talk
"Kxcuse me," said the man with the ?
passionate necktie, "but that's all the |
ich I know."
Very ?DolU Above * a
All of th?- aviators complained of
the cold. Hamilton ?ailed tor a little
something t<^ warm the inner man
when ndeti the lust time, but
there was hot a llask in ?ight.
Ue: i hfat ;'ll oi the air
. their eyes were
very-red tly a: t< i
Although the win l d
surely makes yom
canvass von; of
RI'C H'M O N D, VA.?Special*.? '
The State Board of Canvassers nset>
at noon ob Monday In tba office
of the "Secretary of the Common'
wealth to canvases the vote -cast in
theses te election.
This meeting will disclose just what
may be dene In the matter of con?
testing the"elections in the Fifth and
Ninth 1 ?
? 'arson**** bj
good' f?ough ?ut Air. Par?
und that the vote o?
,oty shall he included in and
a part Of the Fifth District, and
i? done he will have a major?
as his con
tentio;. ?ad the committee
vv hi? h . >' m Con
n made a r???p?**Tt in his favor.
In the Ninth District, where Mr. C.
com Slemp, Republican, has a i
jorlty of some 226 over Mr. Henr.v
?rt, there is a conference for? th'
afternoon to determine if Mr. Stuari
shall take tlfe matter up and ?have ii
?re Congress. It is I
- t that money was Mr
mp to an extent that
advance?! the price of
section, the ??uotations being any
t the tril
rt wltf a! .atever the
lay at th?*
1 n? VJkuYjUmTO oi vfie
committee have been coiieeti.ig evi
A Few Reasons
Why It Is Best
Gives relief for all Nerve, Bone ?and Muscle
Arches and Pains more quickly than any
other remedy known.
Its peculiar .penetrating properties are
most effective?NOAH'S UNIMENT.
May be used with absolute confidence is its
purity for Internal and External Uses.
It is Triple Strength. A powerful, speedy
and sure Pain Remedy, therefore most
effective in producing results.
Not only contains the old-fashioned ingre?
dients, but also the latest and up-to
date discoveries?NOAH'S LINIMENT.
Recommended and sold under a guarantee
for the following: Rheumatism in all
forms, Sciatica, Lame Back, Stiff Joints
and Muscles, Sore Throat, Colds, Strains,
Sprains, Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Cramps,
Colic, Toothache, and all Nerve, Bone
and Muscle Aches and Pains.
Drug stores in cities and towns, general
stores in the country, 25o, 50c antj $1.00
the bottle, and money back if not sat?
isfied. Isn't this fair?
ron MCMvc, eoac ?no mukclk
ACMCS ABO SAIB*B IN
MAN AND BEAST
aCNIAl NO. 1418?,
OU A M A M TE CO UNO Ct? TMf fOOO A NO
DMUCS ACT, JUNC ?O, 10O?.
PRICC. THIS SIZE, 25 CCNTS
?Um?w ?ixcm. so?. ?>?-> ai.oa
NOAH REMEDY CO.
S_hnx>B<-l, V_, a Beaton, ?mm., V.BJL.
The genuine Noah's LintmcnHlooks exactly like the
above. Look for Noah's Ar*k oi *njgo, our
trade rnark. registered In t Patent Of-flee, for
your ; Noan
It is tl
fraud. no substitute.
:it always appears in
the label an?l on out
but Noah's Liniment.
Id under a positive
"For five >
out much pain.
y free tt? ^jmLm. ?
S?l?T .'?.int? and 1,
?-? " ?
Noah- rit, using- Il
lOkl? Mrs, v.- D. K
Sorot-rvt! fe, Kaa*
l'a'ti?. In tfa* Back
? ?i. Mi
J. D. BP1
srood If not
Transfer Co., Norfolk. Va."
d.-nce and will submit it at the meet-i
Ing. In Smyth county there is a
rt that eighty votes were cast for
Mr. Slemp'after the county treasurer
had returned' the men as detintiu
In payment of taxes. That is one of
the many reports in circulation.
Unless there is a change In the
plans of counsel representing the i
treasurers and commissioners of
-nue. an effort will he made to
- the vote returned on the consti
? ?rional amendim-nt ah
?hat the. have good
ih.u errors, honest
?rs, have been made in tabulating
the vote, nod ? * clerks it.
mistakes which i-ntii- raes>r***sHR
will of the people. It u-' Known !
? -minent COunsei have ticen working on
the matter, hut just what r?
!lon they may have de?
cided on is not known.
The contention is that th.-r
confusion in marking the ball?
that thar? ?essurily confusion
when the checking of the vote
?i nerally accepted as U
Counsel for the defeated offli
the retaros show, wish it distinctly
understood that there is no ch
wrong In connection with the
ter, but that the errors were made?
1 mutaAff fn
which tiie ballots were prepared.
For the bay and the corn and the?
wheat that is reaped,
For the labor well done, and the barns
that are heaped.
For the sun and the dew and the sweet
For the rose and the song, and the
harvest brought home?
.TI anksgiving! Thanksgiving!
For the trade and the skill and the
wealth in our land,
For the cunning and strength of the
For the good that our artists and
poets have taught.
For the friendship that hope and af
ion- have brought?
For the homes that with pur?st affec?
tion are biest, N
For the seasons of plenty and weli
For our country extending from sea
The land that is known as the "Land
.Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving! .
ARE CAVING IN
R 1 C H M O N D, VA.?Special.?
S for the West Street I
r "slid" this morniSg and
now rest upon their level.
I Interest. About a
y.wtrt I. ?: the hour, the
: collapse in the East
? " in the Fast End,
n Thirtieth and Thir
ii -first Streets. atY<vted tlie work, it
s said, under construction by Con
tracttir 11". I* Driscoll.
Mr. night before the
ortune. in answer to
,'*W' l<u!lin^- sitting with the
I.!*'? >n cumni.:
drawn his inter?
est in in to Dris
ntoii for this WeSt Knd work,
-ut t<? .Mr. Burton.
In the City Engineer's office this
moon it w is said that Mr. I
d by the city
lgation? t>f tlfb West i
?Just what the loss may ho for this
S*Mr}?p?U <ann,,t he estimated by
aymnn. City engineer Bolllni
I not In the city, and F.
I City Engineer Bolton. after an
today that he tho
'] ill, and.
of the Barton Con
iny it \\ that
Mr. ihdton the slid?
: hs -.
und seems ;
charge of the work, and
?"*lay '"orewry. Jr.. Is the Inspector.
WHY JOHN SEARS
TRENTON. N. J.-?Special.?That
S? ar.v the confessed half-Lit
murderer, h;?.?l ????? n jilted by a N
t'runswfrk white ?.-in. with whom
-was In love, and that he killed
I Ir, Amzl U Armstrong
I the aged minister had re
tag-?, were two of a seriea ?
BBtiOBsl and dramatic develop?
in the. tragedy ;it tin
Neck Presbyterlaa parsonage ?on Y.
It ?si teil today that the girl
told Sears that she could not n
him because she had learn???!
>rs is said to
son? straight to Dr. Arm-strong and
:?led to know the exact truth of
arentage. Whether the postor
refused t?) answer Sears' question
whether he ?could not in not kiii.
but a quarrel 3?
emerge?} fr**?m thO home of Tr"?
fart?t/with murderous hatred
-SUBQANT PASSENGER STEAM!
"COLUMBIA" AND "Al GUSTA."
Far OLD POINT COMFORT and NOR?
8t?sasaers leave Baltimore dail.
wept Saaday) at 6:30 P. M., and leave
OU Peiat Coaafort at 6:00 A M. and
Nerf??lk at 7:00 A. M., where conne?.
tiea is made with the Rail Lines tor
all poiats South.
?York Rircr Une." ?
ELEGANT PA88_NGER STEAMER
Iyer WEST POINT and RICHMOND.)
Steamer leaves Baltimore Tu?
Thursday and Saturday at 5 P. Jd. aud
-m-!*iv? ^/aU\ l'oint at 7:45 A. M., ami
St? amers chir^?V^ta^srer Pea?
Clement's Clay Liank^^WI^Piassjd's ^
El AMERS LEAV7>- ^?V^TIM?rf.
FROM PIERS IS AND 19 IdGHT
Through Tickets to all points ma>
be secured, baggage checked and state
?as reserved from the City Ticket
?nices, *&9 E. Baltimore street. AR
TH?R W. RCTBSON. Agent. 127 E. Kai
timor? atr?t?et, or Ute Genere! Old
Light ami Lee atreeta, Baltimore. lfd.
E. J. CHISM.
Gsn'l. Pass. Act.
Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Agt.
Dr. A. M. MARCHANT
All Kind* of De-etal Work Dene.
Offlse Hours: 9 to IS; 1 to S.
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?iTt-ssttaiTB r^ojr? ?fer*
"-# >f(*4 4 x
Tl???t no*) rlcn?*?t .? I
?I ?i?.t famup
on. ! a *mll?oan?d
Cas? of 4 Fall Quarts
?Gallon Jug GILT EDGE
W-MsKfy Bee jM mt&w f2.H0
isTitucky -Corn L6Q
j-*?^^^- ?Ortler by m?ll from an old ro
.?Ml^hiMt an ji-nr*, tsmttioo
.-Jv-r. ?jykl* proimptly toMpood.
CO. V7. WJ?ICHrT ta. sow
U fc?lc?_le A.??*??-r I?< ?l.r,
^ftO-+ U?ht8t(.B?*llmo.? ^-M<*?
C. A. Mitchell !
?ATHE WS, TA. +
SI I A M AND HOT WATER HEAT?
Tanks, Tewers, Wii
Bath Boom Oottits o
"n- make t??u ?'S
Ihr fell??wing are lb?
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