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Eight hound pups move to Port Haywood


Thursday, July 23, 1908

from the Mathews Journal

Among the freight that was landed at Diggs Wharf on last Saturday was a box containing eight hound pups, consigned to Mrs. Shep Johnson near Port Haywood. The rabbits will have to move their quarters and the chickens had better roost high for a pack of hungry hounds has neither mercy nor conscience, but always a good appetite.


Thursday, July 26, 1918

from the Mathews Journal

Red Cross receipts on Fourth of July, the amount realized from the sale of sandwiches, cake and tea on the Fourth of July, was $179.67. Everyone responded beautifully to this call and we gave our sailor guests all the sandwiches, cake and tea that they desired. The lemonade sale amounted to $48.16. One-half of the door receipts of the wonderful pageant came to $77.19.


Thursday, July 26, 1928

from the Gloucester Gazette

Lightning struck Providence Church Sunday afternoon, after services, bursting the front door, disa...

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