NEWS TRIBUNE ARTICLES
FEBRUARY 3, 1911

PERSONALS

Did you see your shadow Thursday?
Mr Grover Lillard has been sick for several days.
Mr I H Baldwin has been sick for a few days.
For square dealing, down weight, long measure and short prices, go to I M Long's store.
Mrs Robert Grant spent a few days in Keyser last week, while Mr Grant was on the jury.
Where did you get those good shoes you are wearing? Answer, "From D Long & Son".
Mrs Mary Locke, a former resident of this place, has been ill the past week at her home in Chicago Ohio.
Miss Elsie Huffman, who has been taking a course in music in Boston Mass, for the past four months, resumed her duties as teacher in music at the Preparatory School on Monday Morning.
Get your laces, embroidery, dress trimmings of all kinds and ladies collars at D Long & Sons.
Seven persons were received into membership of the Presbyterian Church last Sabbath morning, by pastor Rev M B Lambdin.
Rev M B Lambdin made an address on the subject of The Bible at the Chapel Exercises of the Preparatory School, Friday of last week.
For sore throat there is positively no remedy that will relieve so quickly and cure permanently the most aggravated case, as Bloodine Rheumatic Liniment. The Romig Drug Co.
Miss Margaret Liller, who was teacher in music at the Preparatory School during Miss Huffman's absence, left Mon for the Forest Glenn School, near Washington, where she has accepted a position in music.
Mr and Mrs P F Dugan, of Richmond VA, Mr and Mrs Dave Reed and daughters and Mrs Forrester, granddaughter of Pittsburg PA attended the funeral of Mrs Lee.
Miss Bessie Hennen and sister, Mary Louise, of Deer Park, visited among relatives and friends here last week.
Born to Mr and Mrs S A Park, Jan 29, a son. The physician has hopes for the father.
Miss May Michael, of Cross and Miss Virginia Michael of Blaine, spent Sunday here with their mother.
Miss Fidessa Workman, spent Tuesday in Cumberland shopping.
Mr W F Evans, one of our enterprising Jewelers, was in Cumberland on business Wed.
Mr W B Menefee and two little grand daughters spent Sat in Keyser with friends.
Miss Lillie Wagoner, spent last Sat in Cumberland.
Mr John Russell, who has been spending his vacation with home folk, left Wed for Gary Ind to resume his duties in a steel mill.
Miss Elsie Hoffman returned home from Boston Mass Friday.
Miss Margaret Liller left Monday for Forest Glen where she accepted a position as teacher.
Messrs. W E Chilton and C W Watson were elected US Senators again at Charleston last Wed.
Messrs. J R Bane and Albert Davis were business visitors to Elk Garden this week.
Drs Hardy and Butt, of Davis, G F Hetzer of Williamsport, MD, David Schwartzwalder of Point Pleasant WV, Prof D W Working of the University of WV and E A Leatherman of Old Fields are some of our friends from out of the county who attended our Agricultural School this week.
Mr E V Baugh visited in Keyser this week.
Mr Will Hannais is sick at his home on B Street.
Mr M F Jones, visited Baltimore this week.
Atty Wm MacDonald was in Cumberland on business yesterday.
Mrs Filler and Mrs J Boor spent Thursday with relatives and friends at Beryl WV.
Mr J B Gillum, who was employed in the car shops here, has been promoted to assistant foreman at Cumberland and took charge this week.
Many sections of the country were inundated and damaged by floods as the result of heavy rains of last Sunday.
Trains on the Western MD RR were delayed this week because of washouts along the line.
Mr C C Arbogast went out to Town Spring Tuesday to look over the land that he is having prepared for a peach orchard. He expects to put out several thousand trees this spring.
Mr Ray Wells, the popular proprietor of the Tea Store, has decided to suspend business for the present. He will store his fixtures, and resume business when prices are more reasonable.
Sun, Jan 22, it snowed all day and Sun Jan 29, it rained all day. Several times as much rain fell in Jan 1911 as fell in the last six months of 1910.
Keyser is anxious for Prof W Moore who was with us at our Agricultural School this week to move here and become one of us. All of this section of the state will join us in bidding him "Welcome".
Mr Robert Masteller, who was badly injured and scalded near Frostburg several months ago, is able to be out again.
Mr R V McQuilkin, formerly of B&O storekeeper here, has accepted a position in the store-keepers dept in Baltimore, and last week, moved his family from this place to Baltimore, where they will reside.
Mr Morris Jones has accepted the position as B&O storekeeper here.
Mr Audrey Crawford is quite sick at the home of his parents with the grip.
Atty and Mrs W H Griffith visited Cumberland Tues.
Miss Otie Leary of Berkeley Spring, who has been on a visit to friends in Oakland and Prunty Town, is now visiting her aunt, Miss Annie Leary.
Mrs Lucy Kuykendall went to Romney last Fri on a visit to relatives and friends a few days.
Mrs Charles Freeland, of Cumberland, visited his father, Mr George Freeland last Sat.
Mr and Mrs Will Stewart visited Cumberland this week.
Mr L K Jacobs of Newburg, spent Sun here with his family.
Mrs Byrd Kiser, nee Dayton, visited in Keyser this week.
Mr and Mrs Sam Davis, of Cumberland, visited their daughter, Mrs L H Gaston this week.
Mrs Clarence Borst and daughter, Miss Nellie, were in Cumberland Sat.
Miss Eva Allen, of Piedmont, visited relatives here last Sat.
Mrs Harry Cole and son visited friends here this week.
What is your private opinion of "Willie Glasscock" and "Billy Dawson"?
Mr J S McCullough has orders his Tribune changed from El Paso Texas to Roswell NM.
Mrs W H Welton of Petersburg who has been visiting relatives here, spent from Friday to Mon at Piedmont at the home of her father in law, Mr Aaron Welton.
Mrs Harry Markwood and little son have been visiting her sister, Mrs Lewis Millholland at Manheim this week.
Mrs Arza Furbee paid a visit to Cumberland yesterday.
Mrs J S Romig, of Pittsburg and Miss Grace Romig, of Guadenhutton Ohio, arrived Wed evening on a visit to the home of the latter's brother, Dr E V Romig.
Miss Ella Whitford, spent a few days in Blaine, WV last week.
Mr J M Cather, who has been very ill at his home on West Piedmont Street for the past week is better.
Messrs D A Arnold, J T McDowell and E D High had on exhibition at the Agricultural School this week some of the handsomest and most delicious apples that even Mineral County can produce.
Dr T H West, returned home Mon from a short visit to his daughter, Mrs C J Webb at Altoona Pa. Mr and Mrs Webb have a new daughter.
Mrs C W Ayars, wife of Capt Ayars of San Antonia Texas, is visiting her mother in Keyser.
Messrs. David Long, J V Bell, B H Keys and R A Welch were at Cumberland Wed on business connected with the probating of the late Mrs M C Lee's will.
Mr John Rizer, left Tues for a visit his old stamping ground about Springfield and Romney.
John B Fetzer paid relatives and friends in Moorefield a visit for a couple of days last week. While gone, he contracted to build a brick residence for Dr Wm C Vanmeter at Petersburg.
Mrs S B Brady of Parkesburg, stopped off at Piedmont last Sat to spend a day or two with relatives. She had been to Baltimore on a short visit and was on her way home.
Mrs Brady's children have recently passed through a siege of Scarlet Fever, but all have recovered.
The Keyser Choral Society, a local musical organization, which was formed here last year and which rendered "The Rose Maiden" with such signal success, will we understand on We night Feb 15 at the High School Auditorium, give a musical recital that will be worth hearing.


ELK GARDEN NEWS

Grip, a plenty of grip.
Last Sun was the most uncomfortable rainy Sun we have had for some time.
Mr Wm Greenshileds and a force of men moved a boiler to No 20 mine last week to be used by the Davis Coal & Coke Co to operate a fan.
The festival given by the ladies lst Sat evening in Moody's Hall for the benefit of Mrs Sallie Warnick, janitor of the M E Church, was well attended and a handsome sum of money realized, besides articles of food. Mrs Warnick has two sick children and is very much worn down by her constant vigils.
Dr P S Keim was at Keyser on business last Sat and returned Sun evening. He and Frank Healey (who was at Keyser to which place he is much attracted of late) enjoyed the luxury of a walk from Shaw to Elk Garden Sun evening through the rain and mud. They would have tackled an aeroplane that evening, if it had been coming this way.
And it snowed the last day of Jan.
Miss Anna Middleton, who stays in a store at Thomas was indisposed and has come home for a few days. She will soon be able to resume her duties.
Revival meeting is in progress under the earnest leadership of Rev L C Messick and the services are growing in interest. Rev Geo W Yost is still at Barnum and the interest there is such that he has not been able to close. Rev Miss Ida Judy is expected here this week.
Mrs Rosa Harvey and daughters Percy and Gertrude attended the festival here last Sat evening.
Nearly all the teachers in Elk District are teaching on the fifth month.
Mrs Wm Middleton attended the funeral of her mother, Mrs Annie Stallings at Spring Gap MD last week. Mrs Stallings is said to be the oldest woman in Alleghany Co.
Rev J W Bedford has recovered from the effects of his fall on the ice about a month ago and has resumed his charge.
Roland



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