110 YEARS AGOThursday, Dec. 4, 1913from the Mathews Journal
What might have resulted in a serious accident occurred at St. Paul’s on Sunday afternoon when a young and unruly horse driven by Mr. R.P. Miles and his daughter, Miss Florence, ran away, throwing both the occupants out of the buggy. Fortunately, they were not injured.
Those who have received bills and others who know that their paper has expired will oblige us by calling in and paying whatever they owe us. The editor needs it to buy winter supplies for his family.
To my Friends and the Public: I am now located with my father, Mr. J.R. Richardson, at Mathews C.H., and solicit your patronage in new and repair work on carriages, wagons, etc. The best workmanship and material guaranteed at all times. And I am prepared to serve you professionally day or night. C.R. Richardson
100 YEARS AGOThursday, Dec. 6, 1923from the Gloucester Gazette
Both the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams of Botetourt and Achilles High ...
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