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Reports from the 1909 sick list

115 YEARS AGOThursday, May 27, 1909from the Mathews Journal

Miss Dola Lawson, who has been very ill for some time, is gradually improving.

Mr. Sydney Atherton, of the M.&M.T. Co., is sick with the typhoid fever at the home of his parents near Hudgins.

Mrs. Sallie Dunlavy, of Hudgins, left Thursday last for Norfolk where she goes to be operated on, accompanied by her daughter Mrs. C.S. Williams.

110 YEARS AGOThursday, May 28, 1914from the Mathews Journal

In Dixie news, Mr. Booker and Mr. White caught the poison ivy last week.

Mr. Ernest Minter has been buying crabs for the Crisfield market.

The tomato factory at Green Point has been sold to a gentleman from Guinea.

Mr. Pratt Twigg had the misfortune to injure his fingers while working on the Dixie railway last week.

Mr. Rammell ran into a barbed-wire fence last week skinning his face and tearing his clothes badly.

100 YEARS AGOThursday, May 29, 1924from the Mathews Journal

Although the weather h...

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