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Lawn party to benefit Trinity Church


Thursday, May 20, 1909

from the Mathews Journal

There will be a lawn party at Mr. Cornelius Hughes old home on Wednesday night May 26, for the benefit of Trinity church. The ladies of the church have prepared an interesting program in which they will be assisted by Mr. C.A. Mitchel, of Baltimore, well known here to be a musician of great ability. Let everybody come.


Thursday, May 23, 1919

from the Gloucester Gazette

FOR SALE: One mowing machine, good order, one NO. 13 Oliver Chilled plow; one single-horse farm wagon and harness, one iron V harrow. C.E. Cary

FOR SALE: One Hoosier double-row corn planter with checking wire, one John Deere double-row corn planter with fertilizer attachment, one weeder, one 12-inch John Deere gang plow, one corn sheller, one four-roll McCormick husker and shredder, 90 feet of tested log chain, one two-row cultivator, one disc harrow. M.A. Benson

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