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THE M?THEWS JOURNAL 1
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VOL. IX. MATHEWS C. H.. VA- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912 NO.^T
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E. B. PATJsN.
Aewfetaat General
FATHER SEES AUTO
KILL DAUGHTER
\\ \SlllxnON, D. C, SpeciaU?
\\ hile crossing tin* str?'?t in an?
swer to hi r lather's summons t??
dinner, ii mi within a lew leet of a
smaller sist?-r an?l a lull ?Io/.?n
|i|a> matos. .Mari?* Naaabui??, th?'
iuiic-\< ar-oM daughter of Solo?
mon N _M?M??i <??' I ?!* I- Strrt-r,
Northweal, a forinti*r poHeC?MI?,
was run over nn?| nlmi^t instnnt
l> killed In front of her home late
Friday afternoon l?y H taxicah
driVCfli by William A. siniiot, of
TMriU.v-ln.st and M Sinti?,
NorthWCMl, a iH'phew i>l Joseph
J. Sinnot. (loorkii per of the House
of Representatives.
The child's -Utill wa- crushed
mid her x alp hndly lint-rat?'?!.
The < hihl was picked up by her
fattier ami placed in tin- taxicah
\\l:i?h had struck her, ami hnr
rtedl) driven t?? Kmergency Hos?
pital h.v sinnot. She waa plaeed
linmetttately on an operating table,
hut ?iit?i before the eanreoas roaJd
h?'ip bar. _
sinnot Mirrciidared lo tin* po
Ucemna at Emtiiiarj Hospital,
ami area retai?ad to Sixth Pre?
cinct und locked up for the eight,
peedlag an Investigation which
waa i'iikIih t?-<i this ntoralag i>>
(iirimcr Xc\itl at the iinirguc.
The father waa spared the or?
deal of age lag his daughter run
over, for he luni turned aura)
from th<- window ot his home
after calling the ? hlM ami j ii?t
before she was ihm;; to the street.
ii?- heard her arica m as the taxi
eab hit her, ami taintd to see
her stretched oa th?- street.
.Mrs. Niissiiauin. the mother.
aras In the rear of the boose pre
parlag the family dinner. She
heard her husband's cry as he
rushed to the street ami fainted.
Last night she was Is ? hysteri?
cal condition ami ander imdital
care.
sinnot last night expressed
tlccp sorrow over the tragedy, hut
Kara that h?* ?lid everything pos*
-ihh* to avoid hitting the child.
II?- said that she stepped from
the iddewalh dtrectlj in front of
his machine. He declared he was
not gofag asore than twelve
miles an hour, hut ?-?mid not stop
the machine before It strack the
?hihl.
Mari?* Viisshauni. with a small?
er -ist?T. tira??* Nussbuum, ?i_ht
years ??id. retnrwed from school
yesterday and we ni to play across
the str?'?'t from tiu-ir borne with
\?i?-i t'??ri??. whom father is pro?
prietor of a store a? lit? E str?i*t.
\orthw?'st. Other children Joined
them. Mr. Nnsshaum saw them
playtag, he said last Bight, and
thought them saf<>.
"i amatad the children to coase
bome to ir?'t ready for dinner, and
leaned ?>ut of the from window
to call th?*in.'* coat famed the fa?
ther of the child. "1 saw Mari?*
Start a?-?>-s the Street and tunu-l
l?a<'k into tin* house, thinking she
would eome home Immediately,
i had just taraed swaj when t
ii?-:?**ii :? were am. Realising nome?
thiiig aras wroag*, I turm*d again
lo the window, and SOU the eliild
stretched ?>ut oa the street. The
machine which ha?! hit her hud
stopped, hut a trail of Mood
sltmved that it had dragged tin*
child quite a distance.
"A <*row?l quick!) leathered, and
together we put Marie in the ta\i
rab, ami the driver took her away,
pmmMnc t?> hurry her to ITintr
reney Hospital. \ short thin*
lat?*r I ret'?'i\?*4l word slu- was
ilend."
\ P. Cardta, of ion ? Street,
Northwest; Robley Epps. of it!?'..
1' str?H't. Northwest: Mn. Wil?
liam Oamlall. of lt'1 i: Rtreet;
il. ii. Cunningham, of I0_ I
Street: T. Jaekwm. of IIS Sew
Jerse) Avenue, Northwest: C, C.
Prenant, ?>r the Continental Hotel,
and M. II. Itaeon. ?>f 4SS New
Jersey AvCUttC, Cither witnessed
tin* aeeident or ail Ned OU the
?cene a few min?tes afterward,
PROTEST AGAINST
Irish mm RULE
BELFAS!, I HELA Ml. gfdn_
With hundreds of soldiers held in
instant readiness for an outbreak
th?' people of Ulster Province to?
da.* registered forasal protest
against home ruh- for Ireland by
signing a solemn t*o venant in
which thej declare they will not
UU basil to poiitkal separation
from th?- British thrum-.
By some it was regarded as
the tiist st?'p toward ?i\il war.
which has been threatened by
the Unionists of North Ireland, if
tin- liberal government at Lou
don carries out it- program of
fcraittinfc autonom] to Ireland. \t
l?-ast 500,000 persons took part
in th?- great anti-home rute dem?
onstration which marked the ?'?'I
ebratloa of Ulster day.
Orangemen eame from all pan?
ol' Northern Ireland to tak?> part.
Not alone men, hut women and
children, pnrtk*ipated in the cere
luoules ot the day ami cheered
the Inflammatory speeches of the
anti-home rulers.
The ?*it > was bedecked from.
end to end with I nion .lacks and
miuiatur?' lags wen- worn b] th?'
men in their coal lapels ami h.v
the women upon their Arrases,
The fratare off the day's celebra
lion was the signing off th?* <'??*.??
nant.
Imoag the lirst t?> place his
signature upon the document was
sir Edward Carson, the Unionist
leader, who has taken a leading
part in the lister tight against
home rule.
Escorted bj n><> stalwart
Orangemen. s?-i?*et?-il from \a
i-iou- Unionist ciobs, sir Edward
went to City Mall .ju-l before noon
and placed his signature upon the
covenant.
Th?* Unionist leader used a sii
wr ?H'li which had hern present?
ed to him for tin- purpose last
nii-iit by Captain James Cralg,
member of Parliament, for Conn?
ly Mown. He was follow?*?! h.v
other prominent Orangemen, who
affixed their names, and then
came th?* popalacc, who r?'i:is
tered their protest against home
ruh*.
Outside fit) Hail a vast throng
off nu'ii <ii?'<'i-?'?l and waved Haga
nuil cried all manner of threats
Bgalnsf the Iri-h Nationalists.
Enthusiasm which readily broke
into radicalism was every where.
Evgbdhe divine s?'rvie?-s. which
werf held before the signing of
the*?ovenaat began, were inter?
rupted by inionist cheers.
The mtnbttem who presided ln
terjeeted tire into their talk aad|
prayer, and this farther hi<*it?*d
the w?>rslii|>crs.
Great er?>w?ts which had l*ccn
powrlag into Belfast yesterday f??r
th?* opewtag of the lister ?lay
?eh-hration last nlulit cotitiiuu*?!
throuirhont t.h?* morning. Many
si>cctal trains carried visitors
> )
from all -.?-?lions of the province.
Waraeti i>y th.- Sgattlaa ?adral
of tli<- peo pic and the sixnilicuiie?*
of tli?- (Hciisiini, tin? hitnii' ruh
a]aeanaalaers hi ttu- <it> for tin
?sont |Mirt kept ind??or-.
However, th?-r?- was -??oradie
viol?-iu<-, whi? h up to noon tin*
eoii-tahul.irv fourni no ?lift huit y
in I lie I ling A feet nrrist- had
lH?-n Bande at that hour. More
than I.?MM? soldiers from tin*
Highland Ldghl Infantry ?ml Um
Royal Irish Ralea wer?- held m
the ban arks, ander ovdcfu r<,r '"
-tant -?-r\ !<???.
Four Permanently Expelled and
Twelve Suspended Following
Rand Hazing Tragedy.
CHAPBL HtLsU N'. <\. Special.?
Drastic steps to stamp out basing at
the University of Nortti Carolina ?rere
t m k?-ri ?is the result <>f the faculty's
Investigation in the death of William
Kami, the Bralthfleld freshman who
was killed while being based by -so
phomorea
Pour students were permanently
expelled and twelve were suspended
for a year from attending tn?' insti?
tution.
YOUNG ASTOR A
VERY BUSY MAN
NEU YORK, Special. Vin
4-4-iit A-tor. who is worth ST.">.non,
(MM? hi his own rijrht. will work
as hard as any of tin- SIS a week
<-l?-rks in manairlnir the bnSWBm
est?te left bj his lathe i*. Colonel
John Jacob AstOT, who was lo-t
with th.- Titanic.
Sittlnir at his desk Friday, in
front of a three-foot pile of h-t
l?rs. Astor oatllaed his plans.
This was his tir-t ?fay or work.
Ih- will start work at ?? \. M.
II?- ?ill take only half an hour
for lunch.
II?- will w??rk thr??utrh until
1:34 ?>Vlo?-k in the nft?-nioon.
II?- will not allow -ports of anj
kind to Interfiere with his bunt
lU^s.
Yoaag \stor weal Irosa hau aew
home to his otli?-?-. :i:t W?"sf Tw?-u
ly-slxth StrtM-t. where h?* will ?-OI1
diKt till of his bsudaons. A r?
porter was waiting for hhn th?-r?-.
"Yon s?-?-. I am <?n thSMB?no.
I am a few inimit?s nlu-ad of
thn<\" he -aid with a happy
-mile. The hour hand point?-?! to
nine, luit the minuto hand had
not yet completed Uns circuit.
Brew the pile of mall <i?< 1 not deter
him and without dela> In- plunged
into his work.
"In six w???-k-. vim know. I
will Ik- of air?-." he -aid. a- ho
lore onea letter after letter, gare
?? a ?iiiiek glance, marked it for
futur?- n-fcrciKv and placed it
ashle.
"Then 1 will a ?nine control of
all of the hu-ine?. In the mean?
time I am going to familiarize
myartf srlth every detail, and. a
>ou -??(-. then- I- enoiiirh here to
keep nu- basy."
MISS NORA BARGETT
RETURNS TO KESWICK
CHARI/yrTBSVILiLE, VA., Special.
Unhappy and deserted by Robert E.
Caasady, s married man whose bride
?he had promised ti> become after he
had obtained a divorce, Nora B?rgett,
eighteen years old. ? typical country
girl, who eloped with him to Alex?
andria* where both were arrested on a
technical cha rare of drunkenneaa and
disorderly conduct, returned yesterday
ti> her Imme In Keswick.
STATE TO DIVIDE
R. F. & P. TAXES
it ich M O x i>. V A.. Special.
it now seems likely that the coun?
ties and ?-?lies through which the
Richmond, Fredericksburg and Po
' tomac Railroad passes will share with
the Commonwealth in the division of
whatever taxes are received as the
! result of the effort to compromise the
| tax litigation non pending against the
. railroad,
\s has been explained in this paper,
Governor Mann yesterday held a con?
ference with cunty representatives
?in this connection, and after the mat
|ter had i>een gone over, those appear?
ing on behalf of the Interested coun?
ties and ?-?tics passed a resolution ex?
pressing utmost confidence in the spe?
cial commission which has the busi?
ness in hand and promising to approve
I any compromise that might be
! reached.
It \voh1?I appear from this that the
I COlin tie? and cities are likely to share
equally with the Commonwealth in the
division of any amount of propertj
'taxes that may be collected ;iS a re?
sult of the conferences,
\t Ant, when the negotiations were
1 In their inciplency, it was not ex?
pected that the local.ties would re?
ceive any part of the money realized
from the railroad. Bui s. il. Bvans,
member of the House from Caroline
county, interested himself in their
l>eha!f mo demanded recognition of
the rights Of the counties rind cities.
< mi September ?Mb he appeared be?
fore the special commission and sub?
mitted n convincing argument on be
half of Caroline. What he said then
applies with equal force, of course.
to all the territory through which the
Richmond, Predericksburg and Po
tomac runs.
Mr Bvans took the ground that ?t
would be Inequitable to permit the
state to take all the money that might
accrue from the compromise. It was
true, he admitted, that the State and
IOCS lit lei alike lia.i Leen deprived of
taxes fniMi the railroad, hut the Com?
monwealth had received large
amounti In dividends on its stock.
if the present negotiations end In
the payment of monej by the railroad.
Richmond will come In for some ol
the money, althougn the property
taxes which the road is required to
pa] for previous years may not be
great
Those who m : yesterday at the
call of the Governor were Mayor
George Ainslie and city Attorney
Henry R. Pollard, representing the
city of Richmond'; P" T. Button, Com?
monwealth's Attorney, and W. <\
Saunders, chairman of the board of
supervisors, representing Henrlco
county; George P. Haw, Common?
wealth'* Attorney, and ,T. !.. Saun?
ders. chairman of the supervisors, for
Hanover county; \v. W. Butauer. Com?
monwealth's Attorney for the city of
Predericksburg; Stonewall J. Doawell,
attorney for the town of Ash land;
Thomas i!. laon. Commonwealth's At?
torney, and J. T. Syncox, chairman of
supervisors, for Prince William coun?
ty; <;. P. Smith, chairman of super?
visors, and W. B. Knnis, Common?
wealth's Attorney, for Caroline coun?
ty, and <:. B. Wallace, Common?
wealth'! Attorney, for Stafford county.
The county of Bpotsylvanla did not
seem to be represented.
JOHN L. LEE WILL NOT
DEFEND SIDNA ALLEN
LTOCDUM) VA., Special.?
John 1,. Lag has aniioiiiiinl tlutt
Ik- will not appear for the d?-fen>*e
In the trial of Sidna .Mien.
IROLFR ACCEPTS
$500 OF REWARD
KOVNOkh, Va-, Special. Krank
ln.i,r, InlhiT of ?I mult- lr??l?r, Ihr
_.irl >,h.?m flu- Ittililwln ?trieel I ? ????
toll.>???<! ft It??' hlnitiK pine?- of h?-r
?nrrllitnrl, W?-nI?-j I .?I >? ,, r?l*. nntl
tit's umle, Sidna Allen, ?ere in
Hoanuke Saturday. While here de
denied w ihli imliimation flial bis
daii_li|<r had knuwintrh assisted
the niiiccr?.
\m lo his iinil In Hi?- ntl'nlr. hi" ?
-<-rf?-<l ihiii lie li;i<( no? in li-ii<loiinll >
Klvro lh?- ?lelri-tii r- lufforiiinllon:
? luit he talked tu Panul. si,,.rnr
Oanir Maullar, '>>n ?li?i not know
that Mitniln.? mm h IIhIiIwIii num.
Mr. Irolrr ?niil at lir-l Hin? hi
refii??-<l lo Inkp Ihr S.".?Ml rmiiril,
lint ihn I ?o<ln> . ,? li?-n it ??n- |ir?-i?'?
?-?I upon him I, ? lln hi?? in. hr a-on
??-nlril to niii-pl It.
GUNMAN READY TO
TELL OF MURDER
NEW YORK, Iptif tal llarrj
Horouita. aha- **_yp the Blood."
ami liOiii- Roeenswelg, alias
?l-?ii\ l.??ui-c," the gunmen re?
tenti] arrested after the] had
i'?*?-ii Indicted i<>r the murder of
llerntun RosenthaL an- reported
to have ueakened t?i the point
where the) are willlag lo turn
State's ?-\ Ideare.
White) Lewis, another of the
gunmen under ladktmeat for
RoHenthul't? murder, i- alao -aiii
to be read] to make a ? ?>iife--imi.
Should l>i-iii?-( Attorney Whit?
man accept these overtures it will
leave only Trank Clronei, alias
"Dato frank." th?- onl) member
of th<> hand of _iiii..;<-n to -land
trial, after tin- ease against Idea?
louant Charle- Henker i- di-post?;
?iff.
While Mr, Whitman denies that
he has made SB] term- with the
mea, Bevertheles? he made neveral
visits from ex-Magistrutc than?
ti. I'. W?hle. counsel for the a? -
.used gangsters, ami it i- believe?!
that these conf?re m ea dealt with
the men's ?h-sir?- to confess.
According to the ??tur? alleged
10 have been told to Mr. W?hle
by hi- clients the gungsteo* guth*
??r?'?l for th?- l.o-einhal affair im
????r iustru? lion- to kidnap Ito-i-n
thal and ran? him to some -?
? lulled -pot. where he wa- to be
hudl] beaten or otherwise pun
i-heii a- a warning.
Clnonci, according to tin- -t?>r*t.
was the only gUUmUU in the parly
whoJteew that a death sentence
,i.i?t'Ju''M placed upon Ko-einhal.
riiSajiKT gunmen allege ?t waa
Ctrogcl Who tired the -hot- that
i.iifi-l th?* gumbler.
SEND JAPANLSt
BAH9N TO PRISON
I-.IM? <?? || T\ OF COMPLICITY
IN PLOT l?> KILL ? ? 1 > l
i i i: Vit 111.
SDOl'L. KOREA, Special. -liar?);.
Vun ?'hi i i... form? rlj a Japan? m
met officer, wa- toiiay sentenved :??
ten years Imprisonment !<>r complicity
?n a plOt a_aii:st tile Ule of
? hi. ?;. \ ernor General of K>>
rea, and heavy sentei :?? Im
posed upon .1 number of others.
.\ mimi.er off foreign ministers wi
alleged t<? be implicated in th.- plot.
which ha<l for one of its alma th? '<
overthrow of Japanese j ??? , ? r hi n .
nrm:\ n\ mu. in ji i \
NOW MM lit Ml. Ill till i
NEW YORK. Special, -.lolln Muter,
a weaver >>?' I'ate ?on. N. J.. >-.,.
nome Wedneyda*, from III? l'a.-t,
.m lit,- t<> -ii,'. He ii.i.- . ydropl ?
.Muter waa tvalkinj th?- .-t ??,?!
laat July a ben :i <i<>^ leu, ?
from ? doorv, a bit hi*
Muter*? < ri. i
erow ?i u i ich ga tiered ;.:.>?! i '..?
w il 11 i-lulis ami -lotus il \' .:
without examination beinji ni.nl, to
termina ii it i ,i?? raines.
Muter went to a ,!r...^ ?tore and had
around cai*t?-rl_e?i. He Raid th?*
druggist told liini it required no further
a i *??!??
i orgol i,-n
the Injury until a few day? ago, when
hi- hand began to pain him. Tl
extended to the am
himself una ble to au al om nu
alarm,-.I lie consulted physician
rushed him t>> the Pasteur Institute
here. I>r. Rambaud determined that
Mi ter ha?l a well ileveloped ease of
hydrophobia ??? 11 that ?t was too lat>
for the treatment t>> be of an)
Muter was sent ba?*K to Paterson to his
family. H<' eannot liv. more than a
,1a v. it is sai<1.
iii- Ramon'id urge* that the
heed the oft-repeated warnings
CROSSED DEAD LINE
SHOT BY SOLDIERS
Alia STA. (iA? Special.
Tu.t n are il?-a?i ami another in
a hn-piial badil uoiiiiili-il. while
tun cuptalns and Bfteen mllltlu
men ?ire under milltnrj arro-t i? r
court-martial trial US the remit
of the shooting In the ?leinltj ol
- Wits SMITH. Sr.. Pre?.. J 1' WOTTl \r,!KM, V -Pre?, and Canbier.
THE BANK OF MAWEWS, Inc.
Paid Up Capital $25,900
MATHEWS C. H., VA.
?{??rut the accounts of firms and Individuals a?-d on.-? - -n? r?
? onatatent with gnod banking
Interest Allotred On Savings Account.
Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to I 2 M
G X CLINTON
: ???TRACTOR FOR E<jriP.YEST AX? REPAIRS IS
? -?*fa *ATEH SUPPLY, WTSOMDLLS, PRESS IRE TAXUS, ri-TP
?V ISfilNHs, ACETYIESE ?AS, ?ASdLJJVE ?AS. ELECTRIC
?JUHTISC, BELLS AS? TBLEFHSSES, HEATTSI..
liMsl
SPECIFICATIOSS AS? ESTIMATES,
?ixeadala, Ta.
the lagarta-Alken Rallwaj and
Blectric Corporation's Fifteenth
Street power plant Friday night.
I'ln- uu-ii wer<- shot because the)
trussed a military deadline, al
ihongdli. it i- said, they knew aoth
hac of the marked off territory.
Tin- iit> i- nades martial law.
with A.limant (.encrai C)bear, of
the tieorgla National Guard, in
cootniaiul. 10 pr?tent riot in (he
street car strike.
in addition to the four nan
panic- of Augusta troop- that
have been under arm- since earls
Friday, a rompant arrived this
morning from Wayne*?!* ro.
Troops arc now stationed at
Ilse power plant, which, it wa- re
ported yesterday, had been tlireat
< n?*d " It l> dMiamite.
\lfr?-d ll.irn. ihr Hr??t mini killest,
v?as shot through the henil li> 111,
solillrrM on h?- wnn <lrl\inic n lnium
??ni on i 111 i-cu? h street smb hi? wn>
Imme fragt snsJnaaa,
It. I', linker h;is mIioI Ihr?-?- Uni?-?
?nil it is lull?-, cil tant he ?nimot
rcrio ,-r.
ICoherl < hrlsllc, ?ho tin, shot
<?- h?r wns ?lrl\ ban oui on I lllo'iHh
Street in his aulo, died Saturday
forenoon.
<"l?nrl?-? Wilson nnil wife nnrr.o
l> ?-s?-ii|M-?l h,'inc she! us tase) Jniti-,
kwHsiSt Hrrd iiimui.
Mil 11st SB Cain, n< i?-ni|il Ini: to riile
through tin- sir,-i |s on n n?ii|iir
??>??!??. wns shot ut, hut no? injured.
Cli|ilHin Jiiiirlt, in eluiricr- ill ill.
|>l?-k?-l Hi.?- ?mil i niiliiin I leniler
sori. olliecr of ll.e ?In>. nrr under
nrr?--i. \i n Msc a9nsa*?nseeClssa lasit
?lullt .-' i?--'?iiitlon wns iiilnpi<-il -i?.k
inu GeversMsff Bs>wea >?? wi*h?lrn?i
th?- troo|is. ?tiili ?iiiti ?too -irr?
s|ioiisihlr niilKill*" luiil ?lull iliinn
????????ii- ?>f tasrsMita wiiil,- |.?-n?-?
inil> trstvetlan Ike atreetsi.
The (?iirninr. lui??- it. ?I>es in?t
?h ?-in II wise li, ?v l( h?ir.?-.. tin- trmi;i?i
null! Ih?. fr?-lli>u in the ,-itv ?- murr
?liil?-l.
SMALLPOX IN
SOUTH BOSTON
HOUSTON, VA- Speeial.
M.ii than :? tlosen oa-?-- of small?
pox ha-.<? appeared at Sooth Bos
|,?i -ilion tiie last few day-, ami
rc|H>rt Itn* it that there are -<-\ -
eral cuses at Clover and also --otii?
at s? <?' ; - - u ?_.
\M r e reptated case? ai?
amoiu. ...o,-. nml it i- nnder
stood that the type of disease
i- mild. t;?-n? ral \ a? ??nation i
bcliig res a ted to bj the coaaty.
Suspects a*?d patient- nre being
Isolated. Th?- health authorities
ar?- taking ererj precaution t<>
present a spread of ih<- disease.
Noah. L ? n ? m ? b t is the
efst remedy for Rheuma?
tism. Sew ties, Lame tf??.*.
Stiff Joints and atusrtsa,
Sors Throat. Colds, Strsiii-.
Sprains, Cats, B rui^s,
?Colic. CYaznps, Neuralgia.
Toothache, and all Nerre,
Bona and Muscle Aches
and Pains. The genuine
baa Noah's Ark on every
packst'*" aud looks like this
eat but h** RKD baud os
front of package and
-Nark's Li-iment" always
in RED ink. Beware of
imitations. Lars? bottle,
2s cant?, and siUd by ?5
d? a ! e r s lu medicine,
(hurastaed or monuy re?
funded by Nosh Remedy
Co., Im--, Richmond, V??.
C_n at a Small Cost Have Modern Water
Conveniences in
YOUR HOME
Write for our Free Catalog. Buy your
fixtures direct from us and save money. A little
mechanical ingenuity on your part together with
our up-to-date fittings, our instructions, prints and
cuts, you can install the system yourself.
Home, Water^ Supply Corporation
160 Water Street <?? ? Norfolk, Virginia
CHESIPEAKE UNE
CHESAPEAKE S. S. CO.
New Queens of tas Chesapeake
CITY OF BALTIMORE
and
CITY OP 50RFOLK
Fitted with Marconi Wireless
set-ses
NORFOLK, OLD POINT COMPORT
and BALTIMORE.
Dally, Including Sunday.
Leav? Norfolk 6:16 P. M.. Old Point
Comfort 7:16 P. _L, arriving Balti?
more at 7:00 A.. M. the following morn
tog.
Through tickets on sale from all
Old Dominion 6. S. Co. Landinga in
Gloucester and Mathews Counties to
| Baltimore via Old Point and Cheaa
> leak? Line at
VBNfclMft
York River Line
Steamers Ieara West Point and
! fork River Landings ?very Monday,
j Wednesday and Friday for Baltimore
? ..?ave West Point 6:00 P. M_ Arrive
? Baltimore 8:30 A. M.
Ticket Offices 95, 104 and 10 Oranhy
! St., Norfolk. Va.; also Hotel Chamber
i !in, Old Point Comfort, Va
, E. J. Chism, N. Chapman,
G. P. A A O. P. A
Baltimore, Md.
Dr A. M. MARCHANT
Dentist
All f: i( l '?-?itc
'>f*h'.?* Mottra s to l_- i fn ?
LES IE C. GARNETT
Attorne-?':t-I.?*\.
MATHEWS VA
Will practice in the Courts of t_.<
Counties .? Matli??B, Middlesex and
flloq eater.
Joyner's
GUI-A-COL
A new remedy for Cough?, Colds,
Croup, Sore Throat, Hoarseness
Asthma, Bronchitis and all
Throoat, Chest and Lung
Troflbles.
Allays irritation, reduce? In
ation and remove? the
cause.
it helps you or we refund your
money.
PRICE S6 Cts.
For Sale bv all Druggists
and
(. if. nrooi>s,
T. D. HCDGIXS,
W. O. HCDGISS
HUDSON & Hl'DGINS,
E. BAKES & CO,
General Merchants ?
George J. Dfg&rs
I Jke GUi-A-LOL Met?. Co., |
Incorporated
t PORTSMOUTH, YA.
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?
Dr. M. S. FOSTER
Dentist
eture Over SIbley Bros
M \ riiEV \s. C. H.. VA
? t ..<;r?j ?* 'o 12 and 1 to 6
_
X
Glisses ?
V Y
? Are net only Injurious to the eye, ?*>
X causing irreparable Injury fre- ?
V quently, but they are most ex- A
X pensive in the long run. Our *
?5 quality is the bes: that ca_ w Y
Y bought. Our unexcelled facili- A
?. ties and skilled workmen enable y
4? m to ?srr? you satisfactorily. X
J, Write for catalogue. Y
| 6. L. HALLOPTICAL CO.. IMI?. |
? (Xorfolk-KRehmond-Lvne_b?ri;) X
X
S 53 Granby 3t. Norton, Ta
Y Everything Optical and P_oto
$ graphic.
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