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Cold weather supply of blankets, millinery available now


Thursday, Oct. 31, 1907

from the Mathews Journal

Wolffe & Nelson wish to call the attention of the trade to their large supply of blankets and comfortables. Now is the time to buy before the extreme cold weather sets in, thereby saving health and the increase in price that is sure to follow. They also wish to call attention to their large millinery stock. They have some of the latest creations in that art, and the lady who has charge of this department is one of good taste and vast experience.

Miss Ruby Brooks of Diggs, who has been sick with typhoid fever, is improving under the skillful attendance of Dr. Carl White.


Thursday, Nov. 1, 1917

from the Mathews Journal

The wool has arrived with which to knit sleeveless jackets for the Gloucester and Mathews boys who are at Fort Wool. The Gloucester ladies will knit half the number and we will knit the other half in Mathews. I have wool for 30 sweaters. Please call or phone for wool at once as we want...

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