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Snow lingers but the sun is shining

115 YEARS AGOThursday, Feb. 28, 1907from the Mathews Journal

The weather which has been intensely bad for quite a while is now looking much better, and though the snow is still on the ground here in Susan, the sun is shining warm, and it is to be hoped that the winter time will soon be past.

Mr. Walter S. Hudgins of York Spit Light, will on his return home find a prize awaiting him in the shape of a baby boy. Mrs. Hudgins is said to be getting on finely.

There were but few in attendance at church last Sunday. Hope to see more next time.

—Leumas.

110 YEARS AGOThursday, Feb. 29, 1912from the Mathews Journal

The barn of Mr. Charles Hopkins, of Moon, was destroyed by fire on last Wednesday night. A cow, a large amount of corn, fodder and hay were destroyed, also farming utensils and vehicles.

On Friday night at 8 o’clock, Dr. Fisher of the Department of Health, well known in the state, will deliver a lecture on “Public Sanitation,” in Mathews C.H. Dr. Fisher lectures ...

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