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MARCH 10, 1913


TRANSCRIBED BY CANDY SHILLINGBURG
15 APRIL 2003


BANK WILL SOON OPEN

With the work progressing in a regular way, as it now is, the First National Bank hopes to get into the remodeled quarters on or about March 15th. When completed, as it now looks, this bank will have one of the most convenient and magnificent banking business rooms in the state.


NOVEL BIRTHDAY PRESENT

This week, R Malcom Frye on his 30th birthday received a package on which was plainly printed "You can have a hog bite of this, Kid." He was much interested as to the contents and the donor. The package contained several large slices of rich, juicy, country cured ham, from his mother-in-law Mrs W C Parker, of Romney, who knew his inordinate liking for such food.


STOCKMAN DIES SUDDENLY
Winchester, Va

Harry Timberlake, a prominent stockman of this county, was found dead in bed yesterday morning on his farm, near Clearbrook. His death was due to acute indigestion. Mr Timberlake served in the Confederate Army in Company B, Twelfth Virginia Calvary, under Gen. Turner Ashby, enlisting when 13 years of age. He leaves three children: Mrs Arthur Burton and Byrnes and Turner Timberlake, all of Baltimore. He was 66 years of age.


NEW LUNCH ROOM

J A Billmyre is putting in fixtures in the Kimmell building, corner Armstrong and Mineral streets, where he will conduct a restaurant in the main room. He is already using the rest of the building for a rooming and boarding house.


ASSAULTED WITH AX

A man named Gillespie, in Ridgeley W Va, struck C V Parmer of Ridgeley, upon the head with an axe, inflicting a very painful wound. It is stated that Parmer has lately been threatening the life of Gillespie and had also approached the latter with a knife, which caused the assault. Gillespie claims self defense in his action. The assault was made at the residence of Mr Shinholtz in Ridgeley. The local police on Monday night arrested the same Parmer on the complaint of carrying concealed weapons. He was however released shortly upon a forfeit of $25, and at that time stated to the police at the station house that he intended to harm Gillespie.


ZERO WEATHER

Following sunshiny spring days for some time past, Thursday night and Friday the thermometer got down to a point the coldest this winter. In the valleys the thermometer ranged from a few degrees to 10 or 12 above. Reports from the Alleghany region of this county in some cases put the mercury 5 degrees below zero, where 6 above was the coldest before this winter. Fruitmen are uneasy about the results.


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