110 YEARS AGO
Thursday, Dec. 2, 1909
from the Mathews Journal
For sale: A lady’s riding and driving mare, also fine road and farm horse, neither afraid of automobiles. —Dr. Dr. R.R. Hoskins, Spring Hill.
Notice: Wood sawed by the day or cord, $6 per day for the run of the pile, or 50¢ per cord for cord wood. Address, John V. Hearn, North.
For sale: Nice cordwood furnished in stove or cordwood length delivered at any reasonable distance. Oak and Pine as desired. Apply, G.S. Greiner, Mathews, Va.
100 YEARS AGO
Thursday, Dec. 4, 1919
from the Gloucester Gazette
The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Supervisors was held last Friday. Messrs. J.R. Hinkle and C.S. Smith Jr. were appointed a committee to investigate the condition of the county poor house and its inmates. The salary of J.R. Hinkle, Superintendent of Roads, was increased $25 per month from Feb. 1, 1919 making his present salary $75 per month. It is ordered that the five-passenger Ford car ...
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