MARCH 10, 1911


Mr I N Lyon was a business visitor to Keyser Wed.
Messrs I E Oates and I H Bane of Elk Garden, took in the Good Roads Meeting Tues.
Piedmont was well represented at the Good Roads Meeting Tues.
Mr William Schwinabart and sister, Miss Ida, visited in Keyser this week.
For a mild easy action of the bowels, a single dose of Doan's Reguletes is enough. Treatment cures constipation. 25 cents a box. Ask your druggist for them.
Welsbach inverted Gas Mantles two for 15c, at the S&T Hardware Store.
Mr J R Bane and Mrs J E Winsboro were Cumberland visitors yesterday.
Mr Thomas Taylor was in Keyser on business Tues.
We had a heavy rain last night with a plenty of lightning and thunder.
When it comes to weather, March is in the lead.
Mr James Rudy, who represents the International Harvester Co, made this office a pleasant call Thurs.
He has moved his family to Romney and arranged to have the Tribune follow.
Miss Coffroth, who has been visiting relatives in Keyser, expects to return to her home, Somerset Pa tomorrow.
Mrs Ed Dayton of McCoole, who has been in a Hospital in Cumberland, where she was operated upon for appendicitis has so far recovered that she returned home Wed.
Mrs S D Brady has ordered her Tribune changed from Wheeling to Morgantown.
Mr John McDonald, who is a student at Washington and Lee, has won the Debater's Medal, given by his Literary Society. Good for John, and this is his first session there.
Capt. Jeff Cathers, who has been sick for some time, is now better. This will be good news to his many friends.
Mr J Z Terrell, our accommodating and efficient B&O Agt spent the latter part of last week and the first of this visiting home folks in "Ole Virginie".
Mr I M Long - one of our most enterprising merchants, returned from Baltimore Tues where he had been to lay in a supply of up to date spring goods.
Greedwade constantly keeps on hand an abundant supply of fresh fish and oysters for lent, and for any other season.
Mrs Emma Shipley, of Martinsburg, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs M H Smith for the past three months, left Mon. for a visit to friends in Cumberland, and from there will return to her home. Mrs Shipley was severely crippled by a fall about nine months ago, and her friends will be pleased to know that she can now use her hands, which for a long time were powerless.
Married: Guy W Snyder and Emma May Roberts were united in marriage at the Bride's Home by Rev I F Roberts, March 4, 1911.


More things are being done over here. Will Biser recently sold his tract of land on the ridge to J B Leatherman. It contains 44 acres and is the eastern half of the Edward Biser farm, which farm Will and George Biser bought and divided it.
The 44 acre tract is partially improved and has some fruit and berries on it.
Will Biser went to New Creek a few weeks ago to work for W A Leatherman for the summer.
Will is on the run now a few days.
Misses Glennie Carnell and Bessie Cheshire, of Keyser, came over on the run on a short visit.
Dan Poling who lived in the old Whiteman house near Junction, moved to Aunt Sidney Whites last week. Mrs Poling is a daughter of Aunt Sidney's.
The latter has been poorly for some time. George White did live with his mother, but they moved to the Hampshire orchard and Mr Polings moved in with Aunt Sidney.
Also Jim Shockey will soon move to the same orchard.
E W and G C Baily have been hauling hay to Romney for $20 per ton wholesale, while Wade Clinedinst has been hauling hay form Frank Carnell's to same place, at retail, for $22 per ton.
Silas Biser is still poorly but in some ways is more comfortable and seemingly better.
J W Leatherman is leader for the Social next Thurs evening "Perfection" is the subject.


Mrs Susan Montgomery, who was visiting her daughter, Mrs Mary Harris, was called to Philippi, Barbour Co, last Sat. to attend the funeral of her brother in law, Mr L M Bryan. She was accompanied as far as Piedmont by Roy Harris.
Mrs Mary Fenton, or Durbin, accompanied by her son, Roy, came to see her sister, Mrs Susan McGinnis, last week. Roy returned home Sat. evening but Mrs Fenton remained.
Mrs McGinnis has nearly recovered her health.
Dr Floy Edgell has moved to Harper's Ferry, where he will open a first class dentist office. Mrs Edgell and children will remain awhile at Keyser with her parents.
Mr Lohman Junkins has moved into the house vacated by Dr Edgell.
Fred Dean, who has been in the B&L Store at WV Junction, has been transferred to the store at Elk Garden in the absence of J Eston Winsboro.
Married at Kitzmiller MD, March 1, 1911, by Rev L C Messick, Lester Wilson and Miss Nora Paugh.
Died at Elk Garden, March 4, 1911 after a brief illness, May, daughter of Newton and Mrs Altie Streets, aged 2 years, 10 months and 3 days. The funeral sermon was preached by Rev L C Messick, and the interment was in the Nethken Hill Cemetery.
The revival in the ME Church South, closed Sun. evening with 110 conversions. The Rev Miss Ida Judy conducted the services for the last four weeks of the meeting. Miss Judy left on Mon. afternoon for Buckhannon and other points, to look after some mission work. She will begin a revival meeting at Verona, Augusta Co, VA, Sun March 12. As an evangelist, the Rev Miss Judy is a decided success. Her sermons are singularly free from any emotional features. She preaches the plain, straight gospel. Her voice is smooth and pleasant and can be heard with ease in all parts of a crowded church. She makes strong appeals to the unconverted during the altar service, and is an all round good worker. She made lasting impressions here for good and her earnest endeavors for the cause of Christianity will long be remembered.
Mr F C Rollman was called to Mt Storm the first of this week to bury Mr Idleman, an aged man.
There was a festival in Moody's Hall last Sat. Night for the benefit of the U B Church, which was well attended.
Of course we don't object to paying our taxes, but oh, you seven million dollars!


I S McNeill of Harrisonburg, was here calling on our merchants.
Mrs Julia Cunningham, of Upper Tract, passed through here yesterday on her way to Baltimore.
Marion Bosley has purchased the J W Pope farm near Grant and Hardy line in the Flats.
J P Jones and family moved this week from R A Wilson's place to Kuhn & Co's, orchard back of the Old Fields.


Hello! Here I am again with but few items of interest.
Mr Clarence Rogers, of Davis, will soon move into the new dwelling belonging to Hardy and Butt on Knobley.
Miss Bertie Dye and friend Mr Claude Martin, of Keyser, were visiting relatives at this place Sun.
Mr Frank Steedmen, of the Fountain, was calling on Waxler friends Sun.
The Keyser Orchard Co are bustlers. They are making quite an improvement in our neighborhood.
Mrs J R Baker and friend Miss Lucy Wolford were calling on the formers brothers at Mt Zion Sun.
Mr Charles Iser and brother Claude, of Keyser, were visiting their grand parents Mr and Mrs Faulk, Sun.
Miss Olive Sheppe spent the past week with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Faulk.
Miss Bessie Miller and brother were calling on Mr and Mrs A V Parks Sun.
Mr J J Dawson, of Pinto, was visiting relatives at this place Sun.
Mr S D Faulk, of this place, was visiting relatives at Swanton Sat. and Sun.
Mr James Kempher of near Keyser, was calling on Waxler friends Sun.
Olen Faulk was calling on his best girl at Keyser Sun. night.
Wedding bells will soon be ringing.
Don't forget preaching at Waxler Sun. March 12th at 2 PM.
We are glad to state that Mr Walter Chaney is slowly improving.
Hello, Lucas glad that you are still in our circle. Don't fall asleep again, give us more items from Dawson.
Mountain Girl


If not, Improve your flock from my thoroughbred Rose Comb Rhode Island Reds, Single Comb Black Minorcas or Single Comb White Leghorns, that are linebred and have been laying all winter. 15 eggs for $1.00. Delivered anywhere in town.
Elmer Giffen, 115 Orchard St, Keyser WV


Mrs Sarah Fleek, widow of Simon Fleek, died at the home of her son, Zimri Fleek, last Sun. evening, aged about 70 years, and was buried at the Mt Zion cemetery Tues. The funeral sermon was preached by Rev D S Dawson. She left two children, Zimri and Mrs John Shipe.


Mrs Etta Fleming, wife of the late E A Fleming, died at her home at Barkville March 6th, at the age of 45. She had been in failing health for sometime, due to tuberculosis of the lungs.
The funeral services were conducted at her late home on Wed. at 2 o'clock, by Rev A A P Neel, and the interment in the home graveyard.
She is survived by ten children, five of whom are at home. Mrs Fleming possessed many admirable traits and will be greatly missed by her neighbors and friends, who extend their sympathy to the bereaved family.
About two months ago she connected herself with the ME Church South, and died in full assurance of faith.


Mr Odie E Martin, died at his home in Keyser Tues March 7th, aged 30 years, and was buried Wed., the funeral services being conducted by Rev F H Havenner. MR Martin was a brakeman on the third division B&O RR and had come home from Cumberland about three weeks ago, being too weak for duty. His mother, Mrs T A Martin; two sisters, Mrs R W Nine of Keyser, and Mrs W J Carpening of Clarksburg; and four brothers, Basil of Keyser, Ralph of Cumberland, and Ross and Guy of Clarksburg are left to mourn his untimely death. They were all present at the funeral.
Mrs James C Watson and sister, Miss Ella Bartlett of Fairmont and Miss Ethel Martin of Clarksburg were among the out of town friends who attended the funeral services.
Mr Martin was a popular young man and many hearts are saddened because of his death.