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Entered at the Post Office at Mathews
C. H.. Va., ata sec?-nul-class matter.
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1912.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Near* item* for the*e col
uinuswill be appreciated
Mr. C. E. Kafferty was seen in
Mrs. A. S. Butler visited Rich
mond this week.
Miss Mary Butler leaves to
morrow for a few days in Rich
Mr. Herman Hollerith spent
several d^ys in the county re
Special music a t Westville
Christian church next Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Smith of
Gloucester, visited friends i ?i
Mathews this week.
Mrs. Ellis Richardson returned
to her home in Kilmarnock on
Tuesday of this week.
Rev, A. J. Ramsey of Norfolk,
will preach at the Old Baptist
church next Sunday morning and
j Mrs. E. C. Leach has returned
to her home in Norfolk after a
several week's visit t o Hotel
Miss Mary Gibson Huniey re?
turns this week from Richmond
where she has been visiting lor
Mrs. Dr. White of Accomac
county, is visitine ber sister. Mrs.
J. ?A. Winn. at the East Matliews
Quite a mm.bei o? tne teachers
of the Chesapeake District will
attend the co 'vetitiun in Rich?
mond next week.
Mrs. bettie Huniey, au aged
lady of Mobjack. was stricken
with paralysis on Satuniav and is
in a critical condition.
Fur cheap insurance patronize
the Northern Neck Mutual Fire
Association, represented by \\ .
M. Minier. Mathews, Va.
5 or 6 doses 666 will brea": any
case of Chills and Fever; and if
taken then as a tonic the Fever
will not return. Price 2$m
Mr. H.irrv Crnrr.er is still con?
fined to th** Johnson-Willis Hos?
pital in Richmond, but hopes to
be in the couuty in December,
We are agents for Thornhill an i
Russell farm wagons and have a
stock on hand; also buggies and
runabouts. G. S. Marchant.
Rev. J. C. Walker will preach
at Macedonia Sunday afternoon
at 2-30 to the Odd Fellows, and
igain in the evening at 7:30.
Nit-. G. S Marchant has the
lumber on the ground to ere?
new posi uffice building ?>n the
vacant lot next to R. W. Fosters.
Correspondents who run out of
stationery will please notify The
Journal of the fact by writing
4'Stationery out" on the commu?
nication sent in.
Mr. and Mrs, R?ssel Hurat of
Winter Harbor, moved to Nor?
folk this week, where Mr Hurst,
with his father, is eng?. g?-d in the
Rev. J, C. Walker will preach
a special evangelistic sermon at
Westville Baptist church Sunday
morning. Subject: "Unreasonable
Excuses." Special music.
Hon. and Mrs. George Y. Ilun
lev have returned from an extend?
ed trip to Richmond and King &
Qur*en count v. Mr. Huniey seems
much improved by the medical
treatment ?ziven him in Rich?
A very interesting and well at?
tended entertainment was given
at Cow Neck school on Friday
night last. The proceed-? go for
the benefit of the school, The
program rendered was as printed
last week in the Journal. ,
Rev. Geo. Gcwen will preach
at Weftville Christian church
(Mathews C. H.) next Sunday;
morning and night. Morning sub?
ject: "The Lost Bible;" evening
subject; "From the Father's Pal?
ace to the Devil's Hog-peu."
T ?a o handsome monuments
wert, recently erected in the St,
Paul's cemetery in memory of
Mrs. Kate hillnps Hudgius and
?Mr, ?Harry TotnJinsoo, respeo
lively. 1 he work was dune by
Lawson and Newton of Norfolk
Ladies Home Journal. Horn?*
Companion. Modern Prise ilia. De
liniater. "^ictori-tl Review are on?
ly s few ot the ladies magazines
carried at The Journal News
Stand. Also information and
storv magazines alvays on hand.
Among those in to*vn for court
are Judge C. I*. Jones, Major J,
N. Stubbs. Col. J. R. Saunders.
Messrs. L. G, Garnett, C E.Cary,
W. D. W. Dimmock, Willie
Duncan. J. W. Chinn, George
Taliaterro, Charles Heath and
The !adi"s of the Matbew^Civ
ic LeagtM will give a musical and
literary entertainment and oyster
supper at the Junior Order Hall
on Thanksgiving night for the
benefit of the new High School.
Program given elsewhere in this
issue. Admission ioc.
Mr. J. R. Douglas of Irvington.
and Miss Lucy Jeffries of King &
Queen county, were married in
Baltimore on Nov. 14th. It wiil
be remembered that Mr. Doug?
las was formerly a member of
The Journal force. We extend
best wisl is,
Mr. W, A. Regensburg, of
Gloucester, and Mrs. Virginia
West of King & Queen, were
married in Washington on Nov?
"There could be no better medicine
than Chamber?m's ?Cough Kemedy. My
children were .ill s.cU with whooping
comrh. One of them was in bed,had a
high fever ami was ?coughing up blood.
Our ?loct??r gave the:n Chamberlin's
Cough Ketneily .mil the first ?lose eas?
ed th?*m, ami three bottles cure?! them"
si s Mr?*. K. A. D?-ual?lion, of Lex
iugion, Mtss. For sale by all dealer?..
TO THE ssfUiUC.
I am running a saw mill near
Hudgins. Va., and am prepared
to furnish any kind of lumber to
the local trade. Will also cut and
deliver to any reasonable distance
slab wood cut in ?"our foot lengths.
|. B, Bennett,
ti-21-tf. Mathews, Va.
The boy'6 apetite is often the source
of amacc-nent. If you would have such
an appetite take Charr.berlin's Tablets
They not only create a healthy app??
tits but strengthen the stomach an?!
enable il to ?!o its werk naturally. For
sai: by all ?lealers.
TO TOE PriiLIC.
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
irg Meal always on hand at the
Dr. J. W. D. HAYNES.
July 18-6 m ;
A GB.KAT Bt.'ILOINC FALLS
when its f-iuadation is undermine?!,
.uni if -he foundation of health?good
?1 i i? est ion? i *? attacked, quick collapse
follows. On tl"e first s i a***-? s of indiges?
ti?n. Dr.King's New I^ife Pills should
be taken to tjne the stomach an?! reg
liver. kiiinevs and bowels. Pleasant,
easy safe and uiily 25c at all druggists.
TO TUE PUBLIC.
Having just completed a grist
mi!l on main road near Provi?
dence church. I am now prepar?
ed t> serve you in grinding good
corn meal, hominv and Graham
flour. Your patronag?; appr?ci?t
Joseph F. Foster,
Hicks Wharf. Va.
Having just ?reeled a suitable
mill I am now prepared to grind
and sell meal, hominy and any
thing you need in this line. Also
to grind graham flower which is
recommended to be the most
healthy food obtainable. Your
J. Henry Thompson
A report having been circulat
sd by some one that I have mis?
directed, misappropriated, or fail?
ed to account for between $400
and $600 of the Public School
funds that came into my hands
as District Clerk, 1 only wish to
sav that this i*-> only another proof
! that some of ?he people ot Math?
ews still have the disease of the
tongue. Prove your charge or
quit slandering v<3|ur neighbor.
JOHIJ F. Ht'DGlNS.
Mr. Allen Picket and family
have ??one to Ncrlolk to reside.
Rev. L. H. Suddith has gone
to Petersburg to the Association.
Rev. Film?te Forrest preached
a good sermon Sunday night to a
Mrs. Lizzie Booze will visit
Baltimore soon to spend some
time with her relatives.
Mrs. Lillian Powell will leave
Tuesday for Baltimore, where
she expects t?> spend the winter.
Mr. Samuel Brownley's little
son, who was hurt bv a fall some
lim**) ago, is much better at this
We are sorry to report Mr.
Wallace Edwards quite sick
again. His little daughter. Ruby,
also has the same fever.
(Received too late for Ia?t edition.)
Capt. Phil. Mason of Seattle,
is home for the winter.
Mr. J, W. Down, after a severe
illness, is able to be out again.
The oyster planters of North
River aie fearing the green-gill.
Miss Lizzie Mason has gone to
Berkley to attend Ihs wedding of
Miss Elizabeth Boruni.
Mrs. W. P. Iones, who has
been visitine her sister in Hamp?
ton for the past six weeks, arriv?
ed home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldsborough
have been at Green Plains forjthe
past week, Mr, GoUlsborough
left for Washington, ?. C.? on
Miss Charlotte Christian is the
guest of Mrs. W. H. Y. Hudgins.
Miss Sallie Hunley of Retz, is
visiting her sister. Mrs. Monroe
Messrs. Fraz.er Soles and Cal
lie Lewis were, seen in this com?
munity last week.
Mr. Clinton Sadler h?s been
sufferintt* for the past few days
with a dreadful rising arm.
Mr. Hosie Acev and wife of
Norfolk, are -?pendi.ig some time
with relatives near this place.
Miss Pauline Atherton has been
spending some time with her
aunt. Mrs. Callie Lewis, near
Mr. Bennte ^avis, who has
been suffering for some time with
acute indigestion, is improving
Col. Walter Foster and Hon.
j. B. Bennett made a flying trip
to King ?t Queen and Hampton
Mr. G. W. Atherton, a pros?
perous merchant ot this place has
in the past two weeks, sold 300
pairs of shoes.
Mr. Gustava Foster killed a
hog last week weighing about
450 pounds. It was the largest
hog seen in this neighborhood for
a number of years.
As Christmas is approaching,
the people of this community
seem to be quite busy. Old San?
ta will soon make his appearance,
much to the delight of the little
All the folks around here are
shouting; "Hurrah for Wilson!"
Their shouts will be heard far and
near when he takes his seat in
the president's chair March 4th.
Miss Countess Haynes is visit'
ing friends in Gloucester.
Mrs. Ida Simmons of Balti?
more, is visiting Mrs. Jchn Chis,
Miss Ruth S. Richardson has
been sick, but if much improved
at this writing.
Mrs. E. W. Mathews has re?
turned from a two week's stay
with relatives in Baltimore.
Mr. Charlie GrimJtead and sis
ter. Mrs. Twigg, spent Sunday
with relatives on Gwynns Island.
Mr?. R. B. Howlett and friend,
Mr. Carney, of Lancaster, :re
spending this week at ' Howl??tf
Dr. J W. D. Haynes returned
Monday from Lynchburg. where
he has been attending the Meth?
Quite an interesting debate
took place at the Hi**;h School
here last Thursday afternoon.
The subject of the debate was:
Resolved. "That women should
have the right to vote." Those
debating affir.Tialively were:Marv
Mathews. Raymond Collins and
James Hate':., and those for the
negative were: Ruth Haynes,
Louise Downs and Archie Acey.
The pidges decided in favor of
the negative, but both sides well
deserved the many congratula?
tions which they received.
Mr. Willie B. Hudgins return-i
ed Saturday from Middlesex.
Mr. Will Burroughs of Norfolk,
is visiting his old home near Mo
Misses Cara. Eva and Kate
Hudgins visited Miss Amy Hud?
gins of East River, recently.
Mrs. Walter Burroughs and
Miss Ada Hudgins are visiting
friends in Norfolk this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hudgins
are receiving congratulations up?
on the arrival of a baby boy.
The wedding bells will be ring?
ing soon in New Point. We call
no names and bear no blame.
Misses Ada Hudgins and Lottie
Hutson were the guests of Mrs.
Bertie Burroughs on Thursday
Miss Lottie Hutson of New
Point, will leave Saturday for
Baltimore t j visit her friends ajjfki
Mr. Lemuel Hutson returned a
few weeks ago from Delaware,
where he had been employed for
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tease
are spending the winter with the
latter'- parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. I
Thanksgiving is anticipated by
the girls and boys of New Point,
as they are looking forward to a
Miss G?orgie Walker, who has
been visiting relatives in New
Point, will leave Thursday for
her home in Bath, N. Y., accom?
panied by Miss Pansy Ripley as
far as Baltimore, where she will
remain until Christmas.
Miss Kate Hudgins gave a
kitchen party at her home on
Friday night. Those present
were: Misses Lottie Hutson.Clara
and Eva Hudgins. Amy and Kate
Hudgins Minnie Grinnell. Haz?
el Hudgins. Bertie Burroughs.
Rebecca Hudgins; Messrs. Her?
bert and Logan Taylor, Lemuel
and Sam Hutson,Howard Sorutn.
Charlie Powell. Charlie Brooks,
Will and Grover Burroughs.Stan?
ley Pritchett, Albert Burroughs.
Carroll Ripley. Walter Burroughs,
Carl Shackleford and William
Brooks. All reported a delight?
Mr. R?ssel Wilson is home for
a few days.
Mr. Claud Armistead returned
home Monday from fishing,
Mrs. Mary L. Armistead visited
relatives at Diggs this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Elma Diggs spent
Sunday with Mrs, A. J. Diggs.
Mrs. Eliza Diggs has returned
from a visit to her son in New?
Mr. and Mrs. George Hudgins
and little son spent Sunday with
Mr. L. D, Hudgins.
We are glad to welcome Mr.
Floyd Knight and family in our
Miss Nora Lewis has returned
home after a week's visit to her
cousin, Mrs. Sadie Sadler.
Misses Jessie Campbell and
Carrie ?'rooks and Mr. Charlie
Hudiins spent a pleasant eve?
ning with Miss Lela Callis. on
Tuesday, The principal feature
of the evening was a molasses
Capt. C. T. Banks is at home
: this wee' -,
LOST. FOUND WANTED.
FOR SAL OR EXCHANGE
Foe 8alk~Two Frsoklio heaters;
for wood or coal. Apply at **8prinf ?
For Sale?Weir pole? 35. 40,
45 and 4?*? feet long. Apply to J.
D. Jtsssa Nuttsville, Vm.
WA*STr-i>?A janitor for New Point
High Scliool at once. Apply to any
member of the Chesapeake School
Foa Sale?At "Hyco" near Math
ews C. II-, the following: one ?cow, one
single horse wag?-**n. one sleigh and a
few household article*. Apply before
October 21. to Mr*. L. C. Gannett, af?
ter that date to C. D. Hudgins, Math
ewi C. H.
Foa Salk?A gasoline engine; 3 h.
p sawing outfit all mounted on truck.
Will saw from 10 to 15 cords of wood
per day. International Harvester Co.
make. This outfit good a? new; will
sell cheap. Tucker ?k Tal i aterro Mfg.
Co., Gloucester C. H., Va.
W. H. MILLER
Mathews C. H. Va.
Notary Public and J. P.
Would go to any part of the
countv or elsewhere, to attend
to anv business in his line. ok
C. S. SMITH. JR.
Will practice in Mathews, and
adjorining Counties. Phone
Smith's office Glouceser.
O. H. PATTERSON
and Commissioner of De/ . for
Mathews Countv. Va. /ills of
Sale written for vessels from So
tens down. Your patronage is
respectfully solicited. Address
Sixteen different stres
to meet requirements in almost
any type of boat. Improved
designs that combine power,
?efficiency and reliability to the
greatest degree. Interchange?
able parts. Guaranteed in con?
struction and ability to cxcccsl
their rated horse power.
Th?e highest quality at
linr roved Marine Engines are buiit by
Pennsylvania Iron Work? Co.
Local D ?raiera:
A. C. HANDY
New Point. Va.
LYNNHAVEN snd HORN HARBOR
Fat and Delicious Cove Oysters
25c. the dozen on the half shell
Steamed oysters. Barrel stock a
specialty; shipped to all points.
E. W. BROWNE, 5akcadhsi.ui.d
ING, Norfolk. Virginia.
Mr. Gus Banks is visiting his
home this week.
Mrs. Bettie Williams is quite
sick at this writing.
Rev. L, J. Phaup will preach
at Salem Sunday morning at n
Capt. Silas Forrest is home for
the winter after being away fish?
ing all the summer.
Capt. Bud Morgan and wife
have returned to their home in
Norfolk after spending some time
in the countv.
Mr. J. M. Campbell went to
Norfolk last week.
Miss ?stelle Soles passed thru
this vicinity last Friday evening.
Mis. J. R. Haynes spent last
Saturday with Mrs.Frazier Soles.
Mrs. Ellen Forrest of Gwynns.
is visiting her aunt. Mrs. J. S.
Mrs. J. E. Thomas is visiting
her daughter. Mrs. Harry Hutch
inson. of Regina.
Mr. Johnny Buchannon has re?
turned from Gwynnt Island and
will spend the winter at home.
The body of Mr. Eknar Sha*
ckleford, who was drowned in
Norfolk Harbor on the 8th, inst.
was brought up Tuesday for fun?
eral and interment.
Avld Lang Svne.
Gome t?o ?oo tas and Savo
TITfle are we^ pi*5***5**-**- w,t*1 ?ur Miiii
Vt-V% nery department this season and
are sure that it will be approved by the
critica? 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
jams it Push's Department Stoi
Mate! The?se ?are the
Rubber Boots for you!
BOSTON "HUB WARRIOR" BOOTS
BertJbrwetTt-the strongest duck, doubly
reuxtforceid at wennti*r points.
Href for xcarmlh?lined with the finest
Bcttjbr confort?made to fit the foot
Nearly 60 jears' of knowing how hare
made "Hub Warrior.'* the one pt*rf?*?vt pro
t?*ction for fishermen's feet.
ORDER BOSTON WARRIOR DUCK BOOTS FROM
MONTAGUE RUBBER CO.. Inc.
iwy?r'?J Excdltor Grack.Fr?**of OU Glottotpg, and
?rowp Cftck f?rocf **Moto*r?**na*n?? Goat.
MATHEWS MARINE RAILWAY
Equipped with a 10 H. P. Double Cylin J*
Steam Engine and capable of drawing cut
any boat of not more than too t?_n Larthen.
We are now ready for business. A full
force of Carpenters, Painters, Riggers. Ma?
chinists, Etc.. always on hand prepared tc
do any necessary work. Commodius Wharf
and large anchorage room with good har*
COPPER AND BOAT PAINTS ALWAYS ON HAND
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
MILTON MURRAY, Prop.
Williams Wharf, Va.
Norfolk, V.a?, ^
Newly re*v>vated. Large, licht, airy ?"??"?omit. Mo*
fireproof c instruction. Close to all car lines an..
hoata. la the hmmrX of the shopping* dlatrict a.id
$1 fer Day-Privilege Bath
?$2 Per Day with Private Bath
Telefone In every room?h?>t and cold water?
nicely furbished?every thin.; first class. As K?x>d as
you'll find' In othor hotel? at double the pri.-?-.
FREE SNOWKR BATHS ON EVERY FLOOR.
For ****?riher p**rtlcu!*i.r? and reservations, -?rrtt *?
m, F. "*?'. CALVKRT. Si-p. AUaatic Hotel.