PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY THE
KEYSER TRIBUNE CO
TRANSCRIBED 20 AUGUST BY CANDY SHILLINGBURG
Blaine Hott, who has been living on the T S Welton place near town, will move on the Parks farm recently purchased by Seymour Judy. Homer Feaster has moved from the Parks place to the farm he purchased of B C Vance of Arthur.
W C Cochran and family left this week for their new home near Baltimore, where Mr Cochran recently purchased a farm. We regret exceedingly to lose these estimable people from our midst, and our best wishes for their success and happiness go with them.
Sol K Nelson, an aged citizen, died Monday last and was buried near Streby on Wednesday following. Mr Nelson came to this county from Pendleton years ago, and bought the Yokum property, where he lived at the time of his death.
On last Saturday evening a number of people gathered at the home of Mr Mack Hutton’s to celebrate his 76th birthday. An enjoyable time was spent and seasonable refreshments were served. He received some nice gifts.
Asa Alt and family moved this week to their farm at Forman.
The Aaron Seymour farm, below Moorefield, was sold Saturday by the Executors. Geo Miley was the purchaser at $11,000.00.
Orville Mauzy and Miss Lena Feaster were issued a marriage license Saturday by Clerk D P Hendrickson.
BORN, to Robert Ashenfelter and wife last Thursday, a boy.
Postmaster W C Smith is still improving and is now able to be up and about the room.
Mrs John J Godlove, who has been in delicate health for some time, was much worse this week, and it is thought she would have to be taken to a hospital for an operation.
Miss Mary Welton returned home Friday from her visit east.
John McClure, of Franklin, sold to Noah Kimble & Son 1000 head of stockers for fall delivery.
O M Smith & Bros sold to Ott Fisher and Geo Fisher 150 stock cattle for fall.
Mort Smith sold to Albert and Grant Roby about 18 head stock cattle for fall.
Will Roby sold to same about 20 head of stockers for fall.
Lloyd Robinson had his right hand cut off Thursday at the Main street crossing, when attempting to climb over a train as it was standing on the track and just as he was on the train the engineer opened the throttle and the movement knocked him between the cars and one wheel ran over his right hand cutting off all the fingers except one which is thought can be saved. Young Robinson is married and was on his way home when the accident happened.
Geo Greenholt is slowly improving.
Mrs Sims spent last week at Luke, Md.
Mr George Dean was in Piedmont Saturday.
I M Long has the lowest prices in town.
Mrs Hays has returned to her home at Parsons.
R Markwood, of Ridgeley, visited here last week.
C P Peters has his western recleaned seeds on display.
T G Pownall and son Hetzell were visitors here last week.
Mrs Jack Ellifritz spent Saturday with Mrs F P Liller.
Prof. Sanders and wife spent Sunday afternoon in Piedmont.
Hance Athey, of Brunswick, visited his father here last week.
Miss Nellie Adams visited relatives at Cumberland last week.
Spring is here and so are our choice Dress Goods. D Long & Son.
Mr Will Rendals spent Sunday with his family on S Main St.
Misses Daisy Alderton and Anna Leary are visitors in Cumberland.
Mr Will Offutt and wife have gone to housekeeping on 1st St, Keyser.
Mrs Bertie Richards and Mrs J McNab were in Cumberland last week.
Miss Kathryn Grayson of Antioch, visited her brother here last week.
Miss Emma Carroll, of Grafton, is visiting her sister, Mrs Luella Johnson.
Miss Edith Bartlet of Cumberland spent Sunday with friends in this city.
Mrs A Whipp, of Burlington, spent last week with Mrs L C McDonald.
Misses Elizabeth and Grace Wenner are spending a few days in Cumberland.
Miss Bessie Kimmel returned from a two weeks visit at Grafton and Wheeling.
Mrs Fannie Davis spent Sunday at Westernport the guest of her sister, Mrs Darnard.
Mr and Mrs Richardson who were visiting relatives at Wilmington, NC, returned.
Arnold Gerstell of Philadelphia who has been visiting here returned home last week.
Mrs Charles Blamer and daughter, Eva, of Cumberland, are visiting Mrs James Glaze.
Mrs Harry Whipp and daughter who recently visited friends at Berkeley Springs have returned.
Mr and Mrs C E Keyser, of Alaska, spent Sunday with Mrs Keyser’s parents, Mr and Mrs S D Blair.
Mrs Jos Dennison and Mrs S D Blair went to Piedmont Sunday to see Mr Aaron Welton who is very ill.
Walter Welton of Cumberland came up Saturday to attend the Boy Scout Social and while here was the guest of Henry Dennison.
Mr John Foley and Miss Olive Roby, both of Keyser, were married last night about 11 o’clock. Mr Foley is a partner in the Pickwick Company who own the theatre located on Main St. Congratulations.
Council met Saturday morning to further consider the proposition of the Keyser Electric Light Co, to enter into a new street lighting system. The proposal contains an increase for lights. Cost to be $300 per month. Contract for 10 years.
A surprise party was given Miss Gladys Taylor, of East St, on Friday evening. Those present were Charlotte Taylor, Thelma Peter, Esta Masteller, Anna Stanhagen, Mary Hollen, Richard Sliger, Harry Taylor, Melvyn Rees and Calvin McCoole. Miss Katie Sims was chaperone.
Mrs T H Funkhouser spent Friday at Barton.
Mr Grover Casto of Morgantown was here Sunday.
Spring dress goods at lowest prices. D Long & Son.
Mrs R M Laughlin left Saturday for her home at Columbus, Ohio.
Mr Frank E Jones, of Sebring, Ohio, has been visiting his friend, Mr Earl E Van Dyke.
Mr and Mrs Arthur Wells and son William left Friday morning for Garret, Ind, to visit relatives.
Mr H G Wilson returned from his business trip last night on Number 1. He reports Mrs Wilson slowly improving from her recent illness.
Mr and Mrs E Lee Fink, of Cumberland, visited friends at Elkins, last week returning Friday stopped over here with Mr and Mrs Jno M Wolfe.
William Thomas Hyde, of Barton, Md, and Bessie Fazenbaker, of Westernport, were issued a marriage license at Cumberland last week.
Messrs L B McCool of Keyser and S E Lyons, formerly with the Buxton and Landstreet Co of Junction have purchased the holdings in the store owned by Loren High at this place and will in a few days restock same ready for the public.
The pretty spring goods are now in D Long & Son.
25 hp Tourist Car $750
25 hp Torpedo Runabout $725
35 hp Touring Car, Self Starter, Electric Lights $1225
Automobiles repaired, Automobile supplies,
Automobiles for hire. Second hand cars for sale.
T H DAVIS
Keyser, W Va
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The best-- that is the kind we sell.
Only the latest and best makes carried in stock.
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For first class garden and farm seed go to
C P PETERS
His stock for 1914 is now here. The best recleaned
Seeds from 1913 crops. Also a line of Cow Peas and Soja Beans.