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A barrel factory opens at Port Haywood


Thursday, Dec. 10, 1908

from the Mathews Journal

Notice to my fellow countymen: I desire to announce that I have opened a barrel and broom factory near Port Haywood. Terms to be liberal. I will appreciate the patronage of old and new customers. Yours respectfully, W.L. Wilson.

Found on shore near Point Breeze, one 25 ft. punt painted green and white, name “Hattie.” Apply to M. Carter.

Messrs. E.M. Blake, Ben Smith, Henry James and Capt. Alex James went down to Norfolk this week on the latter’s schooner, “Aerial.”

Old Kris Kringle is getting his pack in shape, and going around marking out the bad children, when he can find them, but it seems that all children are good just before Christmas.


Thursday, Dec. 6, 1928

from the Gloucester Gazette

Capt. and Mrs. B.D. Harwood have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Allan Walters, of Richmond, and Miss Lucille Fitzhugh, of Baltimore. 

Miss Jean Brown, student at Westhampton Colle...

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