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THE MATHEWS JOURNAL
VOL. IX. MATHEWS C. H.. VA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1912 NO. 27
j .lu**t Reached Matheus County \ ,
;; Joyners |?
I GVl-A-COL |
|| A new icmedy for Coughs, Colds, o ,
0 Croon, Sore Throat, Hoarseness 4>\
<? Asthma. ISronclutis and all o|
<? Throoat, (best and Lung Ot
a. I roubles. J|
<? :rritation, reduces In- o
^ Dsmmation and removes the <?
< ? cause. 4 ?
*?> It helps you or we refund your o
4k money. *[
PRICE K Cto. o
^ For Suie bv all Druggists O
o and o
o r. n. iiriK.iN o
<l T. 1>. llCDdNS, ?
o ?. o. iiiD(;i>s
O HUDSON ft 111 Dt.INS, o
o B. BAKER ?V CO, j?
o t.'eueral Merchants, o
o TkeGUl-A-COL Med. Co., ] ?
< ? Incorporated i >
f PORTSMOUTH, TA. t
fHK??APEARE S. S. CO.
New Queens of the Chesapeake
CITY OF BALTIMORE
CITY OF NORFOLK
rilled \% it II Marconi ?irclc*?
NORFOLK, OLD TOINT COMFORT
Dally, Including Sunday.
Leave Norfolk 6:16 P. M., Old Point
Comfort 7:15 P. M., arriving Balti?
more at 7:00 A. HL the following morn?
Through tickets on sale from all
Old Dominion S. S. Co. Landings in
Gloucester and Mathews Counties to
Baltimore via Old Point and Chesa?
peake Line at
York River Line
Steamers leave West Point and
York River Landings every Monday.
Wednesday and Friday for Baltimore
?AMV99) West Point 6:00 P. M., Arrive
Baltimore 8:30 A. M.
Ticket Ol?iccs K, 104 and 10 Granby
St., Norfolk, Va.; also Hotel Chamber
ltn, OJd Point Comfort, Va.
E. J. Chism. N. Chapman,
G. P. A. A. Q. P. A.
Dr. A. M. MARCHANT
All I- ? .?f I <.-;.T;ii Worl
Rn?i*m- ?> to 12: 1 t<> s
llleiasf al lain
Will practice In tbe (Vurth of the
Counties uf M .tnews. Middlesex and
?".I'.r.i???f tor I
HAYES MAY TELL
OF GRAFT SYSTEM
Believed That Angry Police Offi?
cial, Who Was Humiliated Pub?
licly, Will Give Whitman
New Clews for Investigat?
ing New York Scandal.
M:W YORK.? Special.? New
?graft disclosures of a startling
nature sre looked for momenta
rllj ?as n result ot Police Commta
raoncr Waklo*a reduction In rank
ol Police Inspector Cornelius <?>.
Hayes, of the new Tenderloin
Himii.i. one <>f lin* best known
police official?* in tin? city.
It was i*e|M?rted toda) ih.-u the
d?'|i<>M d Inspector had iu:iii<? sev?
eral efforts (<> get In touch with
District Attorney Whitman ?in????
iii--. suspension. I hi- lias given
?i-.- i?? rumore tiuit llaycs i
niixlous t<> .give Iniornuuloii to
There arc inunj who believe
tliat lin.?-' position in I he ??<?
parunent has plsoed him in tin?
. <>i nil the m. n in
th?? police system to reveal cor
C. D. CLINTON
? 0>T!UCTOR FOR EQUIPMENT AND REPAIRS 111
-???niM.. >VATT.R SUPPLY, WINDMILLS, PRESSURE TANKS, rtrr
?Ml F.M.INFS, Ai ETYLENE GAS, GASOLINE GAS. EIiECTEIC
LIGHTING. HELLS AND TE *LE PHONES, nBATIN?.,
SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES,
SCHEDULE NORFOLK-MATTHEWS-CLOUCESTEB ROUTE.
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
KITc-ctive Thursday MAY 23rd, Ste amer MOBJIA.CK will perform service
on the Noifolk-Mathews-Cloucaster route as follows:
Norfolk (O. D. Wharf).
Portsmouth (North St. Wharf)..
Norfolk (Bay Line Wharf).
Old Point (Government Whf.)
pot'a Wharf, Enst River....
Williams* Wharf, East River
LT. Hicks* Wharf, East River.
Lv. Difigs' Wharf, East River.
Roane's Wharf, Ware River.
Bailey's Wharf, Ware River
Hockley. Ware River.
Lv. Auburn Wharf, North River.
,.?. Dixondale, North River.
Lv. Severn Wharf, Severn River.
Lv. Old Point (Government Wharf) ..
\r. Norfolk (O. D. Pier No. 1).
Ar. Portsmouth (North St. Wharf)..
6:30 a. m.
6:45 a. m.
7:00 a. m.
8:00 a. m.
10:00 a. m.
10:1"? a. m.
10:30 a. m.
11:00 a. m.
12:15 p. m.
1:00 p. m.
5:00 p. m.
6:00 p. m.
6:15 p. m.
6:30 a. m.
6:45 a. m.
10:30 a. m.
11:00 a. m.
12:00 a. m.
12:20 p. m.
12:40 p. m.
5:00 p. m.
6:00 p. m.
6:15 p. m.
li.ery Bv?Sa*J*af between Norfolk and Richmond?
STEAMERS HEKKLEY mid BRANDON
Fare First-Class $2.00 each nay, including I?cr(h
In Stateroom. Seond-Class Including Herih ??L?n
Leave Norfolk 7:00 P M
7:00 P M. f.
Leave 7 P. M?, Sunday Except et*
Arrive iu New York I: M P. M. following afl
Leave New York 3:00 P. M. (Sunday excepte.1i.
Arrive in Norfolk 10:30 A. M. followine; mornl**.
PARE?First-class, ono way, $8.00, meals and stateroom, berta ineiud?**d.
rcund trip, limit thirty days. $14.00.
VM'KETS and STATEROOMS at fielet office, 169 Main Street, Oppost?SS
Atlantic Hotel, or at Company's ofPce, on (he wharf, Norfolk. Vp.
All schedules subject to change without notice.
i ?t PAT.i-CN.
Assistant General V?marer
Are purchased in
c.ir i.xid quantities
and we are enabled
to ob'ain the lowest
pos?ibl : price.
Are open at all
times for the in?
spection of our
L-IADt2l?Yt J \
Mathews ?Bros Norfo
SHALON PAINT is only one of our specialties. Ii ;- made of tin? most permanent materials
It will take one gallon of Linseed <>il to thin each gallon of paint, but in order the maxii
directions in this particular arc followed and the paint is applied to thoroughly ?vy and
manufacture M. B. LIQUID PAINT in 45 eojors. This paint is made for- special tra
FLOOR * DECK PAINT, for porch-flloora and Is; ELASTIC MIXED PAINT,
a ?general line of MARINE PAINTS.
? methods and ?
SHOULD EE STRICTLY PURE. !
?lutely - ory. In ?halon paint,
M. B. FLAT PAINT. ise; M. B.
dings, barns and all metal surfaces; ENGLISH WHITE LEAD; FRENCH ZINC;
Wo distribute PRATT & LAMBERT'S VARNISHES, PURE LINSEED OIL, PURE TURPEK IKE, WHITINGS EI.USHES.
ar dealer does net carry onr goods in stock, irrite to us direct and your orders will r.iv ,. Send to-day for ml orict
Factory and Main Office,
V/. Southampton Ave.
Local and Long Distance 'Phones 3497 and 3498.
mill i a-hu? -ii?. between tit?- force
and powerful Tanuuanj politi?
!i;i?c?. ?.(lipixtl of his ?lii?-hl.
Bayed helor?- bi>? fellows and *u
|H-in.c,l. |.i ndillg trial on ?har-'i-s
a?i iu-^!?-?i ?it duty, and making a
lal??* stal?'iu?-iit. i?. ?b-a land to ha?
ul pa?-sa-?si.,|| Of Illlot llialluil that
wiil make oMciaUtom, airead) un
ensy, quake with ?xadtlve rear,
H;?.?as mill hi! hack. II?- is th?
<!ai??il !<> Know mail) thing-, that
'tntii higher up" ?van! kept ???
?It'l. lia.??? HIM *|?la>lllot.??| to a
captain .% ?-?le?ala.*.. fb? u suspend?
Tlie reduction ami suspciision of
lla>??-? ?ras <ruiiiiiii?-?ioiirr Wahio?.
iit?i ?Iih i?i\<- action ?in?-?? flu? iiiur
tl?-!- of llct-'iiaii K????ntlial. when
tin? gaaniMer, noorc than a inonth
am?. begnn i?> .ii?:l<>?<- tile aila-i-atl
alliance between the polk?e and
the iiiularw orbl.
I\ CONSTKRN \ : l??\.
('i>ii?>?i .i.ition prevail*? In tin?
police ?l?pai?iiiii-nt. IValdu has
given l'i??-h oiilcr? ibaf every dls
?-i?i?-ii.v house ami gumbtatg <??
tabli?liiiiciil in the < it) Ik- ? los?tl
at ?>n< ??. \nti-\i?c so. it-fi?-? lia?,??
In i ii ?pouring their i. poil? inlo
Hi?- ??Hi??-?, of lb?? police ????iiiiiii??
?-ion? r. and ?Mayor ?Uayitor, charg
tli.it dlaordert) w-sorts have
lucen springing up like i?u*?liroonia
in ili?- Tenderloin for a year.
ii has been ?i<< ??:. ?i that all
phat ??> ??i tin? graft sltuatton will
i??' probed by 11*?? upa lal ??????-ion
?>f ilu? Supreme Court, convening
S??pteniber 3d, for trial <>i the
Ko-cnihal murderers. Justice
i.oil, who lia*. been designated b)
<?<>\?Tiior l?i\ lo |it-?-?taI??. lia?
laMi-ln ?I a hlftll reputation for
liim??ll at big Uval? in this a it.v.
I*tii?-iiit of '"Gyp lhe lilood" anil
""Lefty Louie,** Hie two gun m?en
who an? .?till a: large, grows h<?i
ter a?, a i ?-nil of lb?- S."..?Klii n
warti offered b> ilu? distrki attor?
ney. !)??(??? tit???. are m-anrhlng the
?<>iii?tt\ around Methucn, .Ma??.,
w ht-re both were seen early ibi?
s VM st iiipps "COMING.*1
BUFFALO, N. V. Nj-Vvial.?
Sain Si-li? p|i?. ilia- man who is
??aid lo hold ilu? key to the
Roeenthal murder situation, ami
who is in ?Buffalo, ?*n route tow
\??w 1 ?irk. bad no! arisen from
?bed ai y ??'? l?>? k this morning.
Attotrney Rubin, win?, with tw.?
?lelt-i t i\. ? .?ni a in?w?.pap?-r man.
i? s?t?oompanying s?-h??pps back to
New York, was routed oui at that
hour by a re|x?rtei? 1'or the Na?
tional \a-ws .\???><-ialioll. \ska-tl
when be Intended i<? leave Buf?
fab?, \tioi-iit-\ Rubin ?aid:
*'l hav? had hut tin???? hour-'
sleep -Hid do not car?* to talk oa
tills mutier now. I don't know
when we will leave, i win gay,
however, that I don't want New
Vork tO know when wo will ar?
rive there. 1 want to reach tin*
Clt** iinlnialiU'il. I fear s large
(-row,I Would hi? on hand If I In?
time of our arrival were ma.le
it has been reported thai th<*
part] would a.? to Niagara l'ai!-.
IntetMling to Reaeh New Vork on
Sunday. Seheppa ha? not talk?**?!
on the l?o-, lit lud ?a-e -?me hi
arrival here, lie hat* been told
bj Rubin to ssjr nothing.
TO LADY DEGIES
! iv?other Was Formerly Miss Vivian
Gould, of New York
LONDON. Special. Lady l >
l.? lore I ?m?- was Miss Vivien
Gould, daught r ??r Mr. and Mn
.1. Gould, <?i Now Vor
11?: ' e baby at
n.? ; rled in New York in
l '. bruai >*, 1911,
town house i ;? ?Sexton
I .?.i ?i I >?'?.!? old,
more i lia u t >?
\ v. '. : :?. i Not t.ii
I'OK FAMILY ?il SIS
WASHINGTON.- Special.- Aa $25 a
week enough t<> clothe, '< ed and h
i three adul?ta .'
Seeretarj >?!" Commerce and Labor
Nagel was called upon V.
decide tins question. He decided it
'in the affirmative. In ins ? ? ?>? tji??!?
a wi 11L i.nt to keep -i family
of five or six.
.Mary Fleming, fifty-six .? ears ?>i?i.
and her aiater, Cecilia, fifty-eight,
? i in N?s York u few day**
from Dublin, Ireland. When exam?
ined .it l-.llis [aland they sai.l they
had s i i :? between them, bul that the>
were going to be .ar. .1 for by their
nephew, John Francia Byrne. Acting
Commissioner Uhl questioned Mr.
Byrne, who sai.l the two maiden
. ui.ts had been t!i?- sime aa pai
t.? him when l><- w&a small and that
he waa anxious t?. ?aie for them. He
sai?! he received ?$25 ;t week.
Commissioner Uhl reported t<> ?Sec?
retary Nagel thai he ?li.l not think
i:\rne could support the tw?> aunts
.?n iJ."> a week.
Secretary Nagel ruled thai Byrne
Terms ? A
$ 1 00 to
famous $T?HCK S
m Sent Anywhere in the United States on m
30 DAYS' FREE .TRIAL laV?
WE Will, SEND to any ; tea r. beautiful STARCK PIANO,
v Mi !?.,-- no! rsvolriag top stool, with brassfeet
a;..! ...no Instructor, ?ill fully wun anted for 85
years, on .<?> Day?' i ; asking any money in
Hilwm. 1 t Mf hnr.c??onitll, ?wti.tatMoned *od kighetl ?ride
Piano you hay?? ever ?ron or h-nrd. nn.l it it is not entirely satisfactory and acceptable
tojrours? If and fully ?.-quai to t..o most f*moul and high<*?t-priced piano made in all
Important ft-atu s. then rued to a*, la whuii ?vent we will stand tho
freight cbarcss both ways. We trust jroo and !?*"??? v??u t.? Ln* ' t-.th indas and jury."
hence > isad or there will ben sj.1. . ?n?l the trial will not cost you a
penny. Isa I \ ir !>.i;iker ?>r any commercial areney will tell you w*a are
I w. :i urn w Hins ' s raaka sood on ourk'u.iranteeand all our promises and agree'
ments. : ?re safe in accepting our proposition.
Send for Our Special Advertising Offer to First Buyers in New Localities
and Save All Unnecessary Selling Expense? and Profits*
We will make if eauy rcr you to deal with us. no matter ** here you are located. We will
arrange VEKY fc'AS Y TERMS to suit your needs. Senil for our Hoautiful Catalog Today.
STARCK MAIOS are Warranted for 25 Years, but They LAST A LIFETIME
STARCK US. HUTE SOLOIST I
PLAYER P?AMOS B>ak<
S|H Clsl ! '
. ,i?uc? if re? n \U?d.
BARGAS M S IM OTHEt? MAKES
and in used and rebuilt pianos at ?l?. ?.?U.
$75. JloOand up. S.-nrt for list. Church
A l'arlor Organs?all ?styles and prloes.
Write us trxiay. ? v:r b?-nitlful literature will interest you. Mention tni*. taper.
P.* A, STARCK/PIANO CO., Manufacturers
Executive Offices and Ware-coral, 210-212 So. Wabash Ave., CHICAGO, ILL. Dept.
pport them, and this aft
noon Inatructed Com?
admit th. two women.
AUTO PUTS STOP
TO "NYMPHS" OATH
- : >\ i s i'.i:i i-i wo BUSHES
ejfSCKAT? II GIRLS OUT POR
^ \ SIGHT s\\ IM.
WATBRBURY. CONN'.- S?>ecial.?
Set ? ral the
mystery >>i why, for the last fl
of th.- prettiest! summer girla
Ii waa al! due t.. th.- ai
tien to all.
it \ .\l. on
choat n. It \\ aa
? moonless. Tin
Amid ng there a
m they h .
i.-iii- to their
The !; Ut came from
.. ;in auto thai
cr? pt silently and si"\- '? dow i
the l.i '.?:.? shore. Th? car
: still, .is If apellbound, > = ? ?t with
the light dancing ?n wildest anima
Very wild animation t?? ?> 1-? the uirls.
(.m. Th??) went shrieking in .11 (li?
ons, making wild and fruitless
is for their clothing. They fell
and acrambled over rocka and went
I burrowing int.? buahea And the
rocks nn-callantly bruised and the
naughty buahes acratched and
With a vibrant honk, honk, honk.
the motor car suddenly dnahed away.
The glrla sal and whim >ered awhile,
tinfull) gather? i up their
clothing, air. - llentl) atole
toi ws ? un
Noah'? L i n i m ? n t Is the
vcmedy for Khcuraa
tism. Mattea, Lame Back,
St iff Joints and Muscles,
Sore Throat. Col.ls. ?-?trains.
Sprains. Cuts, Brail
Colic. Cramp*'. Nem
Toothache, and all N?
and Muscle Aches
and Pains. The genuino
has No.ih's Ark on every
packayc and looks like this
cut, but nus BED h^nd on
from ol ?i ? ?' k ?. t-'i? and
"Noah's Liniment" ?ilw:iys
in BSD ink. IL ware of
imitations. l>ar>;e l?r>ttli\
25 cents, and i?eld by all
de a 1 e r s i n m e ?) i c i n e.
C.uai money re?
funded by North l'einedy
Co., Inc., Richmond, Va.
Dr. M. S. FOSTER
Ortie? Over Sibley Brea*
\ ,\ 1 HECti. C. H.. VA
??- Honra: 4 to 12 and 1 to m.
Arc not only Injurious to the eye,
causing irreparable injury ire- ?}
quentlr, but they are most ex- X
pensive in the long run. Our ?|?
quality is the beet that can be *?*
bought Our unexcelled facili- X
tios and skilled workmen enable y
?y us to serve you satisfactorily
*** W rite for catalogue.
|G.L. HALL OPTICAL CO.,
53 Qranby St., Norfolk, Va.
?J- i:\erything Optical and Photo
?? ? graphic. *.
back t.? the hotel. Never will they
EACH INSINUATES 1 I! VI" OTIIIK
H \s M? B1 SIN"ESS Kl XNING
11>lt PRESIDEN? *t .
?VII)I-:.\('l-:. R. I.? Special.?
With cheering and songa ana prayer,
rid, w hi.li he : aa a b
h welcome, which, ;is
he pul it, u.-ul.l ha? i t>>
When the Colonel reach? '. i
ml thousan?! p?-r
aiid on ' ding
i hotel. The crowd blocked
? and cheered him until be stooil
up ; .lUtomobih? and
Colonel Roo lid:
nd. Men h
o on, or If it la Jus! a m<
mnected with m<
; tiit.-d si
"The ??illy pari that I have h.?.i in
it is that perhaps 1 have brought it
on two or 11. .rller than it
i have ?come anyhow. The ?man
m lu? ?i? ? ? ha t our
?le ;ir?' tired <>t having other pso
? >ur people were
making up their mlnda that the?re
muai I" a new party which should
?l.-ai with lii lead ? ???' <1? ad
?This la ;i permanent movement, it
is a permanent party.
v ma ti v no1 want the
: < rule, a lion. get ir??t
ua The only
difficult} is in ?-? ? enough of
t l.is audience
in a happy mood with epigrammatic
I ? II, Ch he i?. ? . i!.t?> his
Tflaft On \\ nrpiitli.
| WASHINGTON. 9pe< ial.?President
I>?>! iti. al
eh sine.- ? his re?
nomination. Add members <>f
EVhfte Houae, he
ill . lec
- v. ere "d ? f I hej let
.pp. a r ??n the l Republican
? ????1 i?> the
i A man
not be in .. It? publican party and
? I party me time, and
iIon," --:ii?l the i';
I ired out.'.'
- tails hi
B ' he puts in so
has t?. w??rk niiihts."
Muiiiford. Pr?s., J. P Nottingham, V.-Pre?*. and Cashier.
GLOUCESTER MATHE WS
Paid Up Capital $50,000
MATHEWS C H., VA.
* -?'-?i?? the account?, of firma and individuals and ?fters to custom? r*
v ?-ouunodatinn consistent with good banking
Iptt-rest Allowed On ?Savlam Accounts.
AU Money In Vault Cor ?i?-d liy Burglar Insurant*???.
Hours: Q A. M. to 4 P. M.
Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 1 2 M
Monuments and Grave Stones
in Marble and Graniie
???" <J anything in this line get our price before placing order.
are doing the
_'.*i* The latest
t * r o v ti il ma
? a t a s r y with
?kick our plant
a e?4 flipped en
ables us to turn
out tie highest
c?ate work at
prices. We pay
freight and give
tion to placing
wtirs in reme?
w? **sr?rp?ectfnlly Invite yon to call and insp??ct our large stock of finished
rasa* in Norfolk. If unable to oall writs us for catalogue
LAWSON ?-t- NEWTON
11th Street and William Ave
j? PiDe Besch Car Line,
Ciar k Sash& Door Corporation
FRANK T. CLARK. President
Manufacturers, Jobbers ?tu. Dealers in
SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS,
j BUILDER'S HABDWABE,
; PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS,
: PATNTS.On.S AND VARNISHES,
PORCH COLUMNS AND STAIR? WORK.
y\ NORFOLK. VA /