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MATHEWS C. H.. VA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 29. 1912
Just Reached Mathews County
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Croup. Sore Throat, Hoarseness
Asthma, Uronohitis and all
Throoat, I host and Lung
Allays irritation, reduces in?
flammation and removes the
It helps you or we refund your
PKK F. **..*? fjtfc
For Sale bv all Druggl?ts
C H. lllTICINS,
T. 1?. 1UTHJ?NS,
\\. O. Ill PCINS
111 DStlN \ lUTM'INS,
F. HVkF.lt ?V: CO.,
The GVt-A-LOL Me?. Co., |
CHESAPEAKE S. S. CO.
New Queens of the Chesapeake
CITY OF BALTIMORE
CITY OF NORFOLK
Fitted *".ith Marconi >*? ?rel?-*?**
NORFOLK, OLD POINT COMFORT
Daily, Including Sunday.
Leave Norfolk 6:16 P. M., Old Point
Comfort 7:15 P. M., arriving Balti?
more at 7:00 A. M. the following morn?
Through tickets on Bale from all
Old Dominion S. S. Co. Landings In
Gloucester and Mathews CountleB 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
i,cave West Point 6:00 P. M., Arrive
Baltimore 8:30 A. M.
Ticket Offices 95, 104 and 10 Granby
St., Norfolk. Va.; also Hotel Chamber
lin, Old Point Comfort, Va.
E. J. Chlsm, N. Chapman,
G. P. A. A- Q. P. A.
Dr. A. M. MARCHANT
a;' of Pentad *.*?'?<? I i
? or?. ?* to 12: * to f.
LES IE C. GARNETT
Win t.-.-t'??,. |n the Cnurta of the
< liase*, ?nd
TO PUNISH BRIBERS
.HIM.'K SEBES TO PUSH ( AM PA !<;**.
?GAINST VOTERS AS LONG As
HE IS JUDGE -SCORES HILL 1JF
i>isfk \>< insi:i>.
BRiltMU VA.. Special. ?It is now
.in that acores of voters in ?Lee
county wiil forever i><- disfranchised,
result ?-i Judge Skeen's Investi
? 11, which has disclosed whole?
sale corruption <?i the electorate ol
that county in recent elections. Al?
ready nearly aeventy-flve of those In
l last ?December have come for?
ward tered pleas of guilty, un?
der Judge Sk< > n'a promise ?>t" a mini?
mum tine ami .?: | ?n \\ hiell to
pa) it. tor all win. aave tin- Com m on -
wealth tha? trial of" their cases. While
there has been one hung jury thla
week ami two acqulttala, it is believed
to.- majority "f those ye! to be
iiie.l will he convicted, in which < venl
? hundred or more cltisens of i ??
this W..U have (in- right ?>f suf
r taken i rom them.
Judge Skeen Intends to pursue hia
investigation int.. the ?lections ?>f
\\i.?e. Dickinson and l. count!?
h,- is judge ati.i will prose?
cute Republicans and Dem?crata alike
C. D. CLINTON
?ONTRAUTOR FOU EQUIPMENT AND REPAIRS IN
& M4TER SUPPLY, WINDMILLS, PRESSURE TANKS, rirr
-i. FNt.INF.S, AIETYLENE -?AS, G ASOLINE GAS, ELECTRl-T
LIGHTING, HELLS AND TELEPHONES, HEATING,
SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES.
SCHEDULE NORFOLK-MATTnEWS- GLOUCESTER ROUTE.
OLD DOMINI?N STEAMSHIP CO.
Effective Thursday MAY 23rd, Sie amor MOBJACK will perform service
on the Norfolk-.Maihows-Gloucester route as follows: ?
Lr. Norfolk (O. D. Wharf).
Lv. Portsmouth (Norib St. Wharf).
Lv. Norfolk (Bay Line Wharf).
Lv. Old Point (Government: Whf.)...
Lv. 1'hilpot's Wharf, East River...
Lv. Williams' Wharf, East River...
Lv. Hicks' Wharf, Bast River.
Lv. Megs' Wharf, East River.
Lv. Roane's Wharf, Ware River
Lv. Bailey*! Wharf, Waro River...
Lv. Hockley, Ware River.
Lv. Auburn Wharf, North River
..... Dixondale. North River.
Lv. Severn Wharf, Severn River
Lv. Old Point (Government Wharf).
A?*. Norfolk .0. D. Pier No. 1).
Ar. Portsmouth (North St. Wharf)
6:30 a. m.
C:4? a. m.
7:00 a. m.
8:00 a. m.
10:00 a. m.
10:15 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.
7:00 a. in.
8:00 a. m.
10:00 a. m.
10:15. 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.
Fiery Evening between Norfolk and Richmond,
STEAMERS BERKLEY and BRANDON
Fare First-Class $2.00 eacb way, Including Berth
In Stateroom. Scond-CIas?. including Berth $1.M
l-eave Norfolk 7:00 P M
Uavp Richmond 7:00 P. M.
Dally, including Sunday.
Leave 7 P. Ms Sunday Except?e
Arrive In New York 3: LU) P. M., following afteruo n
Leave New York 3:00 P. at (Sunday excepted).
Arrive In Norfolk 10:30 A. M. following morning
F ?RE?First-class, one way, $8.00, meals and stateroom, Iwrth included,
rcund trip, limit thirty days. $14.00.
7-TKETS and STATEROOMS at ticket office. 169 Main Street. Opposite
Atlantic Hotel, or at Company's office, on the wharf, Norfolk. Va
All schedules subject to change without notice.
r"J. TT r?AT.?*rv
Assistant?, General Manager.
Are purchased in
car load quantities
and we are enabled
to obain the lowest
Are open at all
times for the in?
spection of our
SHALON PAINT is only one of our speciaIn? s. It is made <>!' th?- most permanent material** which an- combined by scientific methods and ground l>y modern machinery in pur?' Lina.1 Oil.
It will take one gallon ol Linaeed Oil to thin each gallon of paint, but in order to obtain the maximum wear, the Linseed Oil used for thinning purposes SHOULD BE STRICTLY PURE, [f our
directions in this particular are followed and the paint is applied to thoroughly dry ?and weU-ae.aaoned lumber, we will guarantee it to be absolutely satisfactory. In addition to Shalon paint, we
manufacture M. B. LIQUID PAINT in 45 colors. This paint is mad?- for Bpeclaj trade and represents th? value. We als.? manufacture M. B. FLAT PAINT, for exterior use; M. B.
FLOOR ? DECK PAINT, for poreh-flloors and decks of vessels; ELASTIC MIXED PAINT, for roofs of buildings Lams and all metal surfaces; ENGLISH WHITE LEAD; FRENCH ZINC; and
? genera] line of MARINE PAINTS.
We diatribute PRATT & LAMBERTS VARNISHES, PURE LINSEED OIL, PURE TURPEXTINE. WHITINGS BRUSHES.
If your dealer does not carry our goods in stock, write to us direct and your orders will receive prompt attention. Send to-day for Color Cards an?' nrice list.
Factory and Main Office,
W. Southampton Ave.
Local and Long Distance 'Phones 3497 and 3498.
? who violate the st.it?- Ian against brl
Not until the Supreme ?'??urt of Ap?
peals sustained Judge Skeen, in the
Flanary ?;i_s.-. did the vote sellers show
any disposition to fear the prosecu?
; tlon or enter pleas of guilty. Flan
j ary was the lirst witness t<> l?.- Intro?
duced in th.- trial of the indi.-t.--l
I men ;m?l he refused t?> testify on the
ground thai liis testimony would In
> criminate himself beyond the power
Judge sk.-.-n t?? grant him Immun.
? Ity. Judge Skeen fined him .*?:!<? and
? an appeal was talon. This was made
a teal case and th<- higher ???nrt. sit
, ting at Wythevllle last spring, sus
I tained Judge Ske< n and held that
there was no question as i?. his rlghl
rant Immunity t?> a witness called
| to l est If* as to the <?t' any
provision <>t' the ?arksdale Pure E
tlon l.aw. although the witness him?
self was a party t?? i h ? violation. l-'lan
< ai y ha.i pre*, loualy i ? the
; ?I jury, but und? : of coun
- I.refused t.? testifj at the trials.
This losl the defendents their chief
prop. Lawyers had t<>??1 them that
ih.y <-.?ul.i not lie com ?us.
no one could be eompi lied to i? sti!>
ilnsl them and relying on this a?l
\ ;? ?- they declined .11 pro?
position i -4?iilty and
minimum tin? . bul with
the provision thai the> were forever
to i?< debarred from the right <?r suf
Commonwealth's Attornej S
who was elected las? November an?!
who succeeded .M. ?;. Kl> in this of?
fice about th<- time the investigation
was begun, is in iiiL
prosecution by Judge B. W. Pennlng
ton, of Pennlngton Gap who was at
the outset designated bj Judge Skeen
to assist in th.- pr? of the
Dickinson i??imi> Next.
There is now Rome speculattu
t?. what Judge Skeen will do with
to 1 dcklnson county, but
understood thai when he finishes
In I.?-?* county he expects i?> empani I
a special grand Jury al I'lintwood
t?. probe th.- elections in Dickinson
and ?-.o to tin- bottom oi t >p
believed t<? i ' pro?
portionately as large a scale as In
Judge Sk.-.-n found In w
11 .--.t whiske ? ?! i*s ten? ?\ ? ly In
il.lections of last thai on
the .'a\ ??>.>??<?
>\ ork? ra a i the precln
the express compan.? large shipments
?>t liquor, pul ai? in small ;
.?li\ iously l ???
on the day of i he el? el Ion. 11?
taken the testimon
lii.iuu- dealei sas to t he shlpmcri
Ihey have thus far b? en una
i im the names of t hose ?? :
the liquor. Tl > thai th?
... .-re placed by a party who came to
[Iristo) an?! paid l'.'i the w I
who did not ?4iv.- hlf name. The pre?
cinct workers claimed noi i" know who
shi'.ji..i them the liquor. adding that
I they heard tha? alay before the election
I that it was In the ?la-pot for them and
\>.<t;' there and t<..?i< it but. Judge
Skeen found that in Wise county liquor
?us ai?.>ut as potential a factor In ?]???
tlons as money. Mor.- liquor
have been uaed In Wise than In
but in th?- latter there > be
an ? '? of both, aa the testimony
?howed that ISO.waa about an avet
price for a vote" but for this con?
sideration he had tO vote an entire
ticket a? Ki\ .11 him by the buyers. ?The
v?>t<- buyers will not be pros- cute. 1 as
Jud told l hem In lh<
thai if thej would make a clean br.
? >i the corruption that they would not
Graft Atimiiu id?? Bayera.
The Investigation in Lee ?
shown that there was
i amone the men aupposed t>> do
the actual buyln votes at the
polls. The n ipplied by th.
.;.! ? ?'?! p|a<*< d
. ?i \ orkers al th? \
.o . ? I1W11 ?l.lll
tri.-i. Ii. spent only $io of the m?t>
buy il $ 1 n . ach
i he " in his pock? t
Inv? - - started lie
1 to the can?
to him. ? ?i i i
received considerable sums and spend
mainder for ih.ir trouble and Infl
men are no! all ?a ha I
a re knowi - ime o1
t hi m a re land a nd one
No further blood-shed Is expected t<
op, although there Is still cob*
?le bittei i?n Is a
l?emocrnl and ihis has st ?; r?-.|
si.lerable bltf ernesa <?n 11 i
of the Rep?blica
cans alike The most i I
el have been ?riven Jail aenteneea.
who pl.-ad guilty will only bo
N?WS OF HORSES
\ litf.lVI \ ST VI I PAIR ^-1*1 I 1>
l'KOl.S? \*tl OXK ?>!' MOST IT
Ti; \?r ? l\ i: VKT OFFKRRD.
(Bj \\ . J. CARTER.)
race program o
? ?.elation has ?been Issued
1 -. A. Warwick, s?-. i-.-i.-ir> . and sha>\va
v. I nil will i ;. irses
for t rotters ?ml | ?-lose
. is the liberal iillUHlllI hung
up for the runners, with one steeple
aii.l three fiat ra
a for the h.tt.r aro -:
and distances range from fiv?
to li-i?; mii.s. w .t!i attracts e
(?Olldil I? 1 ? O-J ear-.?).Is :l
I-*.?!? Monday, the opening day,
a nteed ?
Terms ? A
$ 1 00 to
$ 2 0 0 -
Uli STARCH ???
# Sent Anywhere in the United Startes on #
30 DAYS' FREE .TRIAL ?sV?
WE WILL SEND to any part of the United States a beautiful STARCK PIANO,
?With handsome si'It velour sea* f. polistMd rev. Ivirig top stool, ?with bra*? feet
and . ? St.-in-k's l osapieta Piaao Instructor, all fully wan a? ted for 25
years, on 30 I*ays' Pre? Trial ri,?:M in your own home, without askitiR any mosey in
advance, ?ad :r'\o-i CO not find it the h-.ii<i-.otn?*t. ?wo?t??t-loned and highe?! grade
Piano you fasis S?srs? or l???ir?t, and it it is not entirely aatiafactory and ac-captable
to yours.-if sad fully equal to tli? moat favioua ?>o?l hisKet4-p?ric?>d u?uuo ?n-.de in all
important fraturt-s. then It iray be rstnracd tons, in which event we will Hand the
frenrht charges both wars. We trur-i you and lea?*e you to be "both judge and jury,"
hence yon are to be pleased or there will be no sole, and the trial will not coat you a
penny. Isn't that fair ? Your banker or any commercial aarency will tell you we are
able as well as willing to make good on our ?guarantee and all our promises aadasree
menta. hence you ?re safe in accepting our proposition.
Send for Our Special Advertiaing Offer to Firat Buyers in New Localities
and Save All Unnecoaaary Selling Expenses and Profit*.
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STARCK PIANOS are Warranted for 25 Years, but They LAST A LIFETIME
ST ARO IC 08-NOTE SOLOIST
PLATER PIAMOS roak<* planlaU
of us all. SetalforSpuolal flayer Piano
i'-itnioirue if interosted.
BARGAIMS IM OTHER MAKES
and In u?-eil and rebuilt pianos at ?f 10. ISO,
$7."?. $li)0ai?d up Send for list. Church
A Parlor Orirans?all styles and price"*.
Write us to.1.-!**. ' 'tir beautiful literature will Interest you. Mention this impcr. 4m
P.* A. ST?RCX PIANO CO., Manufacturers
Executive Officesand Warei oons, 210-212 So. Wabash Ave., CHICAGO, ILL. Dept.
will include the Valley
II tWO I!
ia\. the .
te Pair / ? ? p|. ,,.,, ?_? r^
ea, by au ? each to
the Commonwealth Club
- and upv n ,,f
to the w inner, \\ |
il un.or th.
?^1 hunt ass
to m n
i.It 111 .
m r\ e
and W. J. < 'arter ar< s. S.
l'oinan. of New V?
red A. Uptoi
r, trot: ? : -
in i.r.l.r to
Noah'? Liniment ??- the
I? <t re:r.;->:y ior Kht'tinvu
tiam, Siuitiert. Lame buck.
S t i il Joints and II
Cut?, b n: i ses.
ana P.-iins. The genuino
V.?. Ark M ?very
; lOOkl 111?.*- this
?lit. but h.is RED I
front o? package and
"Noah'? Liniment" always
in RED ink. lV\v;ir?> of
us. Large Untie,
S$ cents, rtad sol?
de a 1 o i ? i u in e .1 i e i n e.
Guar.inWed <">r money re?
fund???! hy N.??h Remedy
?Co., Inc., "-?ciunoiid, Va.
Dr. M. S. FOSTER
(??.oe Over Sibley Broa'
M VTHTCC"?>. C. H.. VA.
? Hoars: ? to i2 and 1 to 5.
Are not only injurious to the ey
causing irreparable injury fre-*
quently, but they are most ex
pensive in the long run. Our
quality is the best that can be
bought Our unexcelled facili?
ties and skilloil workmen enable
us to serva? you satisfactorily.
Writ?- for catalogue.
G.L. HULOPTICAL CO., INf!,
53 Granby St.. Norfolk. Va.
Optical and Photo
h..rs.* world. The daughter of The
s:.ir of Patchen is owned by th.
?'Marl? ? E. Whltlock, ? lever young Vir?
ginian of Richmond, for whom Curry
will probably k< ? i> her ?i\.-r another
season. Orlettre, wh ?n of ? >r
mon ? i tul Bell? - Letl
dam -?!' Centrlflc, 2:09, bj Belli Boy.
Ihas n..t been *?:r :n-; oui this t-eason.
|imt h;is worked miles around
and Currj hopes t.? have him r?
;t.?r his engagements. The b?
pulled up a winning
o?s hall mile track and later In the
son showed a trial in .
Th.- Virginia bred horse. Hatterna,
ling, I. bj imp. Potentate, dam
by Eolus, n ng in
? n him?
i 1-."?. Til
Micha? I, ch< ..? I?i
111. is, and Ringmaster, baj
in the Aftoti
.- ? 11 ? l i :
nier of ilu
: Charlott? a\ lile, Va.
redited with about twenty perform
i for l *.? l "J the son ?
t. .-nth .?n t he list, with
who has twenty-eight performers, sec?
? ? *.
Racing, both harness and runnlnsr.
will be f< ?ti.-s
on Labor I ?ay at ? h>- V i
? '. . when some <.f th.
?rv ill conti
? -I. t?. iii.i ude
nd wi I pa Th.- card
free-foi -all < and
matinee variety and i">>r trophies
Instead of ?.- the
irred ?arlll n?>t bar horses
from to x*.-1 i might
otherwise be eligible. The card will
likely ii' vo running races, at
probably four t<> ??\ fui
The lian i at
P. M. Mond; mber 2d, and
started at I P. "?J Full Information
will b.? promptly furnished over 'pi
-I. Madison, and II la pleasing t<?
note that loa
LYNCHR1 RG*S COMPCLSORY
I 111 < \ I 1<>\ I III t 1 l\ I Ml<)\
LYXCHBURO, VA.. 9?peclal.
?!i in the history of tin- eity
, will ning
? be publl '?th.
:i all .-li
eight and twelve in not
: or write, will be compelled t<> at
! held i.isi ivlth 1 as n<-t< .1
\ strict enforcement of the
y Jim" She-mar
nk in :t
M.i ru tord. Pr?s., J P Notttag'ium, V.-Pre*. ?ma Cashier.
THE BANK OF MATHEWS, Inc.
' ' Paid Up Capital $25,000
MATHEWS C. H., \ A.
-Wlclta the accounts of firms aui individuels and offers ta c^stc-nirs
?i aurora modatlon consistent with f**ood banking
Interest Allowed flu SaTlngs Arenante.
Hours: 9 A. M to 4 P. VI. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M
Monuments and Grave Stones
in Marble and Grani e
.? ?e-vd anything in this line get our price before placing orde*
? doing the
? ??ru*-sur V'lr
fiSSM Tb-e latest
?? r'OTed ma
? a | a ? r j witb
? tuck our plant
? - equipped su?
able? ue to turn
out the highest
ciass work at
prices. We pay
fielffct and give
iiou u> placing
?vork In ceme?
s , respectfully invite you to call and Inspect our large stock of ?nisht-d
?*??** ?rk?a ta Norfolk. If unable to call writs us for catalogue
LAWSON & NEWTON
11th Street and William Are
Du Pine Beach Car Line.
Ciar k Sash& Door Corporation
FRANK T. CLAKK, President.
Manufacturers, Jobber? and Dealers in
SASH, DOORS AND BUNDS,
PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS,
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES,
PORCI? COLUMNS ANT) STAIR WORK,