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Thursday, July 1, 1909

from the Mathews Journal

Wanted: A good LIVE young man of good habits to clerk in a dry goods store at Mathews C.H. Apply by letter to Journal Office.

Lost: An old-fashioned gold watch chain with small compass attached. Probably lost between home and Williams Wharf. Suitable reward if returned to Philip H. Muir, Shadecliff, Williams Wharf, Va.



Thursday, July 3, 1919

from the Gloucester Gazette

The following marriage licenses were issued by County Clerk B.B. Roane, during the week ending July 2: Pleasant Corbin and Dolly O. Stubbs. George Shackelford and Jannie Pearl Brown.

Ice for sale at Bailey’s Wharf: I will have on hand at all times a supply of ice at my wharf for everybody. You don’t have to wait for the steamer. Come any time and get your ice. George W. Bailey. Telephone in house.

from the Mathews Journal

Advertisements are now up at Diggs and Williams Wharf for bid for carrying the mail between the...

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