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Fishing season appears to be a success


Thursday, May 6, 1909

from the Mathews Journal

Susan: The fishing season, which at one time was thought to prove almost a failure, bids fair to be a very good one, prices though fluctuating, have averaged well, and the catch seems to be more equally divided among the fishermen. All getting in a fairly good season’s work.

As frost was to be seen last Monday morning it seems as if we are to have our winter in the spring, which will put the farmers back in their crops, as well as injuring if not destroying the summer fruit.



Thursday, May 8, 1919

from the Gloucester Gazette

Glenns: It is indeed encouraging and gratifying to all of our people to see that at last the public highway from Glenns to the Owl Trap is in splendid shape for traveling. Mr. Vaughn has worked hard and well, and his work is appreciated by the public. We see in the faces of the people whom we meet smiles instead of frowns that the old mud holes produced. When the road fr...

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