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Journal editor sends well wishes to Sentinel chief


Thursday, Aug. 19, 1909

from the Mathews Journal

We congratulate the editor of the Southside Sentinel upon the excellent health which he emphasizes in the following squib in his issue of Aug. 6, but which we unfortunately overlooked last week, “Good morning, brother Minter, feeling pretty well thank you.” We thank our brother editor for his kindly greeting; rejoice with him on account of his physical well-being; and in order that we may not be deemed less courteous than he, we will say for his benefit we are feeling as well as licked men generally do, at least we have not been heard to squeal yet.

We are happy at least in the thought that the civil war is over between Brother Ryland, of the Sentinel, and Brother Minter, of the Mathews Journal.  – Gloucester Tribune


Thursday, Aug. 21, 1919

from the Gloucester Gazette

Signpine: Several of our farmers were busy last week shipping watermelons to West Point, for which they received ...

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