110 YEARS AGOThursday, Oct. 23, 1913from the Mathews Journal
An exciting match race is scheduled for the Mathews track during the Matinee to be held there on next Thursday, Oct. 30. The contest will be between Mary Nelson, a bay mare, to be raced by Mr. William Dixon, and Maud, a bay mare owned by Mr. U.G. Dillehay and now being trained by Mr. E.M. Blake. Both are Russell Rex stock. It is reported that a large sum of money will be put up by the respective owners and the race will create a good deal of interest.
The Ladies Aid Society of Westville Baptist Church will give an oyster supper in the Junior Order Hall, on Wednesday, Oct. 29, for the benefit of the Baptist Parsonage. Price 25 cents. There will be a supper consisting of meats, salads, pickles, etc., served for 25 cents. Bread and coffee come with each order. Come and spend the evening and get a good supper.
100 YEARS AGOThursday, Oct. 24, 1923from the Gloucester Gazette
The patrons and teachers and children of Sad...
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