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Entered at ti e Pact Office at Mathewi
<C. H.. Va., a? ?eoood-cla*? matter.
'HITRSDAY, OCTOBER 3. llU2
WCAL NEWS ITEMS
New? items for the?? col
uiDtis will be appreciated.
Mr. G. L.. Arraisiead is spend?
ing the week in Baltimore.
?Kvfrs. L. C. Garnett spent a few
uays in Richmond this week.
Mrs. R. A. White visited Nor?
folk and Baltimore this week.
Mrs. Walter Fcrrest is visiting
her brother, Mr, Wm. H. Diggs,
Mr. E. K. Dij?t?SOf Jacksonville
Fla., is the guest of h;s brother,
Mr. A. R. Diggs.
Mr. W. H. C. Murray recently
^Purchased afine Studebaker-Flan
?ders touring car.
Mr. and Mrs. Ceely Hudgins o?
Norfolk, visited relatives in the
county last week.
Mr. P. H. Muir has purchased
a handsome Cadillac automobile
from Mr. Hollerith.
I Xev. L. J. Phaup will preach
at Central Sunday at II a. m. and
?t SaJem at 3 p. in.
^'Mr. Herman Hollerith and
''family have returned to Wash?
ington for the Winter.
Miss Pearl Hurst leltfor South?
ampton county this week where
?he will teach this term.
Miss Sadie Grinnel cf New
Point, is visiting her friend. Miss
Kuth Harrell, of Norfolk
Miss Cora Lee Hay has arrived
?n the county and will teach at
ylhe New Point High School.
Mr. Henry Tattereon has ac?
cepted a position with the M. Sc
M. Transportation Company.
Miss Eva M. Armistead left
Sunday for Carrsville, Va., where I
she will teach during the coming
Miss Nan Ransone entertained
the members of the Saturday Af?
ternoon Club at her home on
^"Tuesday p. m.
Mr. F. F. Pfieffer and wife of
yBaltimore, have returned home
after a visit to the home of Mr.
Mr. *$ Mrs. Willie Murray gave
Capt. Canee and Mr. G. E. T.
Lanea delightful ride in their new
auto on Sunday last.
Fur cheap insurance patronize
the Northern Neck Mutual Fir-;
^ Association, represented by \V.
M. Minter, Mathews. Va.
lue st?*anier "HamptOO Roads"
came up on last Sunday bringing
a large crowd to spend the day
with relatives and friends.
5 or 6 doses 666 will break any
case of Chills and Fever: and if
takenthen as a tonic the Fever
will not return. Price 25e
We ire agents for Thornhill ai
Russell farm wagons ami hav? :?
stock on hand; also buggies and
runabouts. G. S. Marchant.
Miss Walker of Northumberr
land county has charge of Jarvis
& Pugh"s milMnery department
this year and business is booming.
Mr. R. W. Foster has added a
stock of ladies samples to bis line
of tailored goods and is now pre?
pared to make ladies suits. See
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Murray and
daughter. Margaret, left for their
home in Baltimore on Monday
after a two month's visit with rel?
atives in the county.
Miss Lessie Shawn has return?
ed from an extended visit to Nor?
folk, Baltimore and Newport
News and will resume her duties
here as Post Mistress.
The Journal Office had on ex?
hibition recently a sample of a
fpe growth of Scja beans grown
by Mr. Bruce Bennett. They
were the finest seen in the counr
ty this year.
The Glebe and Mobjack base
ball teams pjayed a fast game of
ball on the Mathews Diamond
Satuolay. Score 2 to 3 in favor
of Mobjack. Batteries Hopkins
and White, Hughes and Treakle,
The schools in the Chesapeake
District will open on next Mon?
day, Oct. 7, and there will be
fpeaking at the New Point High
school by Revs. J. A. Winn and
Georpe Gowen and Hon. J. Bovd
Rev. and Mrs. J. C Walker vis?
ited the Northern Neck last week
and in consequence there was no
preaching at the Baptist church
last Sund&y. Mr. Walker wdl
preach there next Sunday morn?
ing and night,
Mr. G. S. Marchant will re?
turn from Baltimore on Thursday
and will have a big millinery Op?
ening on Friday ar.d Saturday
of this week. Miss Estelle Dy?
son and Mrs. John A. Enos will
have charge of this department.
Ladies Home Journal. Home
Companion, Modern Priscilla,De?
li, n; ter. Pictorial Review are on
few ot the ladies magazines
carried at The Journal News
Stand. Also information and
tforv magasines always on hand.
Rub-My-Tism will cure
Messrs. Ellingsworth and Wes?
ten have been driving a number
of wells in this community re?
cently. Among those who have
had them driven are Messrs. L.
M. Callis. G. S, Marchant. Eddie
Callis, N. B. Weston and W. K.
Mr. and Mrs."J. E. Trcakle of
New York, spent Sunday and
Monday with the formers par?
ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Trcak?
le. Mr. Treakle has been very
successful as a commission mer?
chant in New York and is spoken
of by Trade Journals as the
1 he revival at Holly Grove
church will continue through the
week and much interest is being
manifested. Mr. Gowen is con?
ducting the meeting alone and
will preach at iHolly Grove on
Sunday morning next. It has not
been decided at this writing
whether or not the meeting will
continue longer than this week.
The Rev. John R. Mathews,
well known tu this community,
will begin a Mission at Christ
church on Tuesday, the ist of
October at 3 p.m. He will preach
at Christ church at 3 p. m., and
St John's church at 7:45 p. m.
every day, except Satutdav, until
Sunday, Oct. 6th. On Sunday
he will preach at Christ church
at 11 a. m.,Trinity church at 3:20
and St. John's church at 7:45 p.
fn. The public cordially cordial?
Rub-My-Tism will cure you.
Attention Base Ball Managers.
A silver cup and the title of
Champions of Mathews county
will be given to the team which
wins the series of games to be
played at the Mathews Fair on
October ?6, 17, and 18th,
At least four teams are desired
to compete, the winners on the
first to days two play for the cup
on the third day.
entrance should be made to E.
Blake, Mathews, Va., not
lite; t?.;.,. Oct. 12th.
Sii\ er cup, base ball outfit or
purse will be given at option of
Entertainment At Cardinal.
"A Dream ot Fairyland" will
be given on Major Freeman's
lawn this afternoon, Thursday, at
3:30 and tomorrow night, Friday,
at 7:30. Admission 25 and 10c.
Stntfit; Cardinal Library.
Asburv Church, which has re?
cently b e e*n completed, was
thrown open for service on last
Sunday. The dedication services
svere postponed owing.to the fact
that the preachers who had been
invited to preach could not come.
A large cicwd attended the ser?
vice. Rev. L. J. Phaup Preached
at morning hour on "The Apos
tolicChurch,"and in the afternoon
on "A Sacred Revolution."
The good people furnished a
splendid dinner which was great?
ly enjoyed by the crowd.
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TO THE PUBLIC,
I have established a grist mill
! at Catch Penny, near Blakes. and
will, on Tuesday of each week,
grind corn for any one so desir?
ing. Meal always or. hand at the
Dr. J, W. D. HAYNES,
Mr. C. S. Fowler is spending
sometime in New York.
Mr. T. Carter White ^pent a
few days at home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward rf
Baltimore, after spending a week
with Mrs. Walter Green, left on
Miss Elizabeth Morris White
entertained at cards last Tuesday
afternoon in honor of Mrs. Sara
Dulany Foster of Balto.
Miss Agnes Greene left Sundav
for Pine Bluff, Arkansas, where
she will spend the Winter with
her cousin, Mrs. M. A. Austin.
Mrs. Willie Davis of Hicks
Wharf, entertained on Monday
afternoon at herhomeanumber of
friends at a linen shower for her
sister. Miss Martha A, Minier.
While the weather was stormy
everything was festive within.
Miss Minter received many lovely
gifts such as are dear to the fe?
Miss Martha A. Minter, daugh?
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wesley
Minter, of the "Sycamores," and
Mr. McCullough Morris of Lake
City, South Carolina, were mar?
ried at io o'clock on Thursday,
September 26. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. T. W.
Odgen, pastor of Providence M.
E. church. Miss Maude Minter,
sister of the bode, was maid of
honor and Mr. P. Carnell Good
speed best man. The wedding
march was played by Miss Eiiz
aUeth M. White. The happy
couple left immediately on the
steamer "Mobjack." Their home
will be at Haml*?t, N. C. Manv
friends bade them God-speed at
Dr. H. H, White is visiting the
Mr Wilbur Godsey visited his
parental home last week.
Mrs. Bessie Spears is visiting
friends and relatives in Balto.
Rev. George Watkins and wife
visited his sister, Mrs. Mary Cal?
lis, last week.
Mr. Charlie Machern ha? re?
turned home after going to Balti?
more tor treatment,
Mr. G. Spears, our practical
farmer, expects to retire from
farming and go into polite1?.
Mrs. William Hurst has re?
turned home from a trip to Balti?
more and reports a delightful
Rev. E. T. Adams will hold a
meeting on here at the Baptist
church soon. We hope much
good may be done by his preach?
Quite a number of people from
this place went to the n:w M
odist church last Sundav. 1*1
spent a pleasent day and be
two fine sermons by Rev. L. J.
Mr. T. J, Banks is home for a
Mr, Calvin Johnson left on
Friday for Norfolk.
Mr. .1. W. Hurst has returned
home after being away for sever?
Mr. W. O. Hndgin- left Wed
nesday for Newport News to work
in the ship yard,
Mr. J. M. Forrest has returned
home from a business trip to
Hampton and Noxfolk.
Mrs. Bessie Digiis is at the
Protestant Hospital in Norfolk
for medical treatment.
Mrs. Cora Sadler has returned
from Hampton, where she has
been visiting her daughter.
Mesdames W. O. Hudgins and
T. J. Banks will leave Saturday
to* visit their friends on the Is?
Mr. Andv Minter spent Sunday
with his people.
Mr, and Mrs, Floyd Hurst vis?
ited the county Sunday.
We are sorry to report Miss
Lillian Diggs on the sick list.
Mr? Edward Hud^ms spent a
MILLINERY OPENING 1
September 28tln, 30tbi.
LADIES Aj\D MISSES READ i
This department should be of in?
terest to you as we have taken spec?
ial care in selecting the garments for
this department. Large display of
Ladies Tailored Suits, Ladies, Miss?
es and Children's Coats.
DRE&S ?OODS and S?LKS
Full line of fancy Serges, Novel?
ties i.i Dresi Gcods and Silks,
WYATT WOLF F H
M;il!icws, - - Virginia.
Agents for "Pictorial Review Patterns."
few days at his home near her*!
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Diggs
spent Sunday with the former's
mother. Mrs. Sarah E. Digt;s.
We are glad tc see Miss Ida
Belle Hudgins, who has been on
the sick list for several weeks,
Capt. B. H. Hurst, wife and
children, and his mother, all l_ft
for Norfo'k last Thursday .vhere
thsy will make their future home.
LOST, FOUND, WANTED.
FOR -ALE OR EXCHANGE
For Salk-25 Pure Berkshire pitfs.
Apply. W. H. Y. Hudgins, Blakes,
For Sale?Pair of patent ton?s and
fixtures. John R. Winder Fitchetts
Lost? At Mathews C. H. or i n
that vicinity, pair goltl nosealapses.
Kinder please return to this office and
be rewarded. ju-25tf.
Lost?A good chance for a profita?
ble investment if vou fail to patronize
the Job Printing department of this
office. Ti.i: Mathkws Jouknal.
For Salk?One four-year-oUl good
driving hoi se* lady broken; not afraid
of anything. One fine farm mare 120C
pounds; also thoroughbred Jersey cow
fresh in few days. K. W. Fleet Fitch?
etts Va. 9-12-tf.
Wanted?The Cosmopolitan Group
requires the services of a reptesenta
tive in Mathews and surrounding ter?
ritory, to look after subscription re?
newals, and to extend circulation by
special methods which have proved un?
usually successful. Salary and com?
mission. Previous experience desira?
ble but not essential. Whole time or
spare time. Address with reference's,
Charles C. Schwer, The Cosmopolitan
Ciroup, 381 Fourth Avenue, New York
A CARD OF THANKS.
On behalf of the Sallie Tomp
kins Chapter U. D. C, once
more it is my privilege and plea?
sure through the columns of tl.e
Journal to express to those who
so loyally came to our aid at the
unveiling of the Confederate
Monument on Sept. nth. our
heart felt appreciation of valuable
services rendered and to extend
to them a gratitude that will even
Cordially And Sincerely
Mrs. F. Theodore Miller Pr?s.
LYNN HAVEN and HORN HARBOR
Fat and Delicious Cove Oysters
25c. the down on the half shell ?
Steamed oysters. Barrel stock a
specialtj'; shipped to all points.
K. W? BROWNE, f> arcade build?
ing. Norfolk, Virginia.
SHIP i OUR
J. E d w i 9 T r c a k 1 e
Who'e-ale and Commission Dealer
of all kinds of stock from all parts of
the world. Highest prices. Prompt
returns. References: Any shipper oi
wholesale dealer in the business ami
Market ami Fulton National ?lank,
New York, or Peoples Trust Com pan >
stand 2c, fui.t.'n fish market,
Chamberlain's lough Burned!
II. C. ce A. RAILWAY CI),
PIANKITANK RIVER LINE
In effect Saturday, May 4th. 1912.
Steamer leaves Pier 9, Light Street,
Baltimore, everv Sundav and Wednes?
day, weather permitting, for Frceport
and intermediate landin s. a.> follows:
Leaves Baltimore 5.00 p. m., afila
2:-> a. m.,Tipcrs 3;00, Black wells 3;.^ ).
Klortdti 4:00,Timbs 4;10. Keedvi?e 4;30
Hiirdings 6;'X), Harvevs 6;li, CTracc
Point 7;10, Bvrdton 7;20, Kilmarnock
7;30,Ocrans 8;45.Jackson's Creek 11;'.hi
Cri-kct Bill ll;3U, Callis ll;45. Fitch
etts 12;30 p. in.. Warehouse 1 ;45. Con?
rads 2'0?, Green Point 2;15, Stampers
2;3<?. Blands 3;0O.Arn?e Freeport 4;30.
Returning, Steamer leaves Freeport
f? r Baltimore and intermediate land?
ings everyTue*day and Friday,weath?
er permitting, as foilows:
Leave Freeport 7;00 a. m., Blands
7;10. Stampers 7;30. Green Point 7;45.
Conrads 8,00, Warehouse 8.3O, Fitch
etts 10;C,0. Callis 10-.30. Cricket Hill
10;45, Jackson's Creek 11;30. Ocrans
1;(H> p. m.. Kilmarnock 1;4<<, Grace Pt
1;50, Bvrdton ?;U).Hardings 3;(H), Har?
vevs 3:15, Fleeton 4:30. Timbs 4;45,
Kredville 5:00, afila St?, BlacKvvells
5;45, Tipers o;(X), Arriving Baltimore
This time-table shows the times at
which steamers ir^y be expected a.
arrive at and dcp.. j fron the several
wharves, but tneir i?rrival or departure
at the times stated is v.ot guaranteed
nor does the Company hold itself re?
sponsible for any delay or an*, rouse
quences ar:si?ff therefrom.
Freight received at Ualtimo-i for
above points on sailing days until 4 30
W11.LAKD Thompson, Gen. Mg'r.
W. H. Brown, Agent. Bnito.
T. MukdoCK, Gen. Pas. Agt.
THE OLP BAY LINE
STEAM PACKET COMPANY
II. S. MAIL STEAMERS
tquipped with tireless ele?raplr
Finest Steamers South of
Leave Old 1'oint Comfort, Daily and
Sundav, at 7JO P.M.,
For balfimore, arriving in baltimor
a; 7.00 A. M.
Through tickets for sale on boai
the Old Do linion Ste;..ushi|'. Comp
ny's steamers from landings ia Matl
evvs and Gloucester Counties to Bait
Returning ?teamers leave Baltimor?
from Light Stieet Wharf, foot of Barre
street. da'Vv except ^nnday. at 6.30
P. M. 1er *KA Point Comfort, Norfolk
and Ports!., ith. Va., connecting a
Old Point Comfort (except on Sunday)
for landings ii Mathews and Glou?
State-rooms? Ire m 75c to S2.50. Meals
a la carte.
Free berths on board. Salt and fresl?
OHN R. SHERWOOD,
Pr?s. & GenM Mgr
MILLIONS OF V DOLLARS
every year to poultry and hog
irs. Last year thousands
Hogs and Poutiry
saved from cholera and other diseases
during the hot weather by the use of
_.. buw ?jon't
put it off nndl Uiey kaol
o?er. Givo it to them
now?mixed with food
it refulstea the work
in? of the bowels, dis?
infects thorn, ???sehe
i and other ?Terms which ?st into the system
with the food or drink.
A C ml-Stno Pomdor
and another for Soar*. paek??d ia
roetal ?tans, ??n't dry up. lost*
Strangth er spoil like others and
?oats no mora. It is all medicjn?
sad guaranteed too.
Horn to Toll
Written to be nndorstxtd and sriran free to H*s
stock owners, oar ? pa?? Uluatrated book, by our
BB?ultina; Vaterinsrian, stowin? bow to know and
showing- how to euro diseases in Bonns. Cattle.
ShoepTSwinn and Poultry, together with ?war U
up-to-date Cel Its? ?e**?x*ies, inclodtn?
Our guaranteed remedy for Rin* Bones, Spavins
Splinte or any bony enla?-gs*?ents.
TME ROYAL DISTRI?UTINa CO. (inc.)
Bartlmara. MtL. U. S. A.
ror ??/# ?y ?isawawaaassB
L. M. Callis, M.ithews C. H,, Va.
N.A. Hudgins & Co,, Blakes, Va
T. D. Hudgins, Poit Baywaod, Va.
[Geor-jeC. Digg?, Port HaywoodvVa.
Fall Millinery Opening
Tuesday and Wednesday, October 1st, and 2nd,
e are well pleased with our Milli?
nery department this season and
are sure that it win be approved by the
critica1 public. There is a distinctive
change in the styles of ladie's hats this
season and we have all the new styles on
display here. We anticipate with pleas?
ure your visit some time during our
Jarvis & Push's Department Store
Mathews. - Vircjini?
CUT OUT THIS AO *
MOLES AND WARTS ?:
Removed with Molesoff, without pain or dancer, no matter
how large, or how far raised above the surface of the skin.
And they will never return, and no trace or scar will be left, j
where the mole or wart was seated. Molesoff is applied di?
rectly to the mole or wart.which entirely disappears inabout
six davs,killing the germ,leaving the skin smoothand natural. ?
Letters from personages ?ve all know, together with much
Valuable- information, are contained in an attractive booklet
which will be mailed you free upon request.
Molesoff is put up only in one dollar bottles. Orders are
filled immediatelv upon receipt of price and mailed in a plain
case, acconpanied bv full directions, and contains enough
remedy to remove six ?o ten ordinary moles or warts. We
sell Molesoff under positive guarantee, if it fails to remove
your mole or wart are will promptly refund you vour dollar.
FLORIDA DISTRIBUTING COMPANY,
PENSACOLA, - - FLORIDA.
Please mention this paper when answerinpr* Aujr.15to 10-I4J
ORDER BOSTON WARRIOR DUCK BOOTS FROM
MONTAGUE RUBBER CO., Inc.
Sawyer'? Excelsor Grack.proof Oil Clottitpg, apd
Browr< erack-Procf iviotonnar??a coat.
DRESSED AND UNDRESSED LUMBER
Ci. * be had here according- to
nee?l3. It makes DO difference w
yon require in the lumber lina :
here to be promptly delivered <
order. It makes no difference
what quantity on want \V
send you a small lot just as
fully as if it be a bigger one.
WHAT AFE youF NEE
Portsmouth Retail Lumber Corporation
COR. HT?3?i AN? GHESTN?T ST?.
_i?1 1 Ption? 2.163
Side Hunts. Boar lights, I--fe
Preservers. Fog belli, Fog
horns Whist?*?. lo-v;*r ix-ic?
G A S 0 L I X E
Rope, Galvanized Anchor
and Grapnels, Potent Lilock*
an?! tackle. Galvanized block?
Screw u-icklt'?. \Vheels.sc.cw
eves, etc. Urass hinges and
hasps,Galvanised mas hoof.*
La_ scews, fn&vanised and
bronze, ? h i p Chandlery ?
B. WILLIAMS & CO
Williams Wharf, Virginia.
Don*t formet that we do
'all kinds aj Job Printing.
If yon will deal here, vou ?*
liiul a tremendous assortent
select from, so that it is .
i possible to select someth
and novel It is also welt
oui; prices are ,
Out reputation a s i
Jewelers ?? the result of
> ears constant endeavor t(
every customer a square
Do not purchase any ie*
until yoa've ci ven me an o\
?nuty to quota prices.
W. J. MILLER
28 E. BALTIMORE ST