PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY THE
TRANSCRIBED BY CANDY SHILLINGBURG
30 AUGUST 2003
S L Walker has moved from here to the country.
Recent visitors here were E A Russelldale, W P Russelldale, J B Baker, L F Lawyer, S A Coad, George Keller and a Mr Friend.
Patty Lurran of New Creek has moved to a farm near here.
Mr Marshall, of Cumberland, was a recent visitor.
Mr George Pyles spent Saturday with his family in Keyser last week.
Mrs Dennis Hartman and daughter were visiting Mrs Hartman’s daughter, Mrs B C Harpine recently.
W P Russell was in the city on business for the Twin Mountain Orchards last week.
Miss Lucy Welch is assisting Mrs Carlton with the work at the Inn.
Mr Roy Webster of Wardensville, is boarding with his brother B L Webster and working in the Pin Mill.
Mr Paul Liller spent a few days of last week with his friend Clarence McGee.
Miss Ella Whitford is at Luke for a few days.
Have you gotten that plow yet? About time. See Frye & Son.
Mr Paul Davis, of Gormania, spent Sunday at home.
Morgan Bane, of Sulphur, was a visitor here Saturday.
Miss Katie Russel was a visitor at Cumberland Thursday.
Miss Catherine Coffroth is visiting her sister at Mt Savage.
Frye & Sons big stock of fine farm seeds recleaned.
L J Mott of Antioch was a business visitor here Friday.
Mr and Mrs T V O’Connor were in Cumberland Saturday.
Mr Robert Armstrong spent Sunday at his home in Alaska.
Mrs Leslie McCoole spent Monday at W Va Junction.
Mrs Boyd Linthicum left today to Mrs A Feet in Baltimore.
New embroideries and dress goods. Spring selection. Pretty. D Long & Son.
Miss Elizabeth Hoffman has with her Miss Anna Walker, of Phillipi.
Mr and Mrs I P Carskadon of Headsville were in the city last week.
Mrs B L Shores has with her Miss Julia Omohundro, of Richmond, Va.
Mr Willison of Cumberland was a business visitor in our city Thursday.
Mrs Sophie Michael spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs Wilt, of Blaine.
Mrs Kate Cheshire of Burlington was visiting friends here last week.
J W Markwood and Capt William Taylor visited Mr J H Markwood Saturday.
Mrs John Murphy and children spent Thursday at Cumberland with her parents.
Mr Welschonce has been ill the past week at his home on Piedmont street.
Samuel Lyons, of W Va Junction, spent Sunday and Monday in town.
Mrs Roy Durrett of Cumberland was the guest of her mother last week in our city.
Miss Beulah Fisher entertained a few friends at a theatre party one night last week.
Miss Pauline Johnson of Cumberland is visiting her father William Johnson on Mozelle street.
Mrs M J Filler spent Saturday with her daughter Mrs Samuel Lyons at W Va Junction.
Miss Georgiana Pownell, a student at the Fairmont State Normal School, is spending a few days with home folks.
Mr James Wesley Jenkins and Miss Mary Cantwell, both of Keyser, were granted a license to marry at Cumberland.
Mr and Mrs Esherman of Davis were in the city Thursday enroute home from the East where they were on business.
C W Shelly went to Petersburg today to attend to business. Mr Shelly has the contract to erect a handsome home for O M Smith at that place.
The big international film will appear in Music Hall
FRIDAY MARCH 20TH
This is an advent that should be borne in mind by every
Moving picture patron in the vicinity.
DO YOU WANT REAL ESTATE?
2 acres of land, good house and barn, plenty of fruit--$1,000
300 acres of land. Some good timber. 5 miles from Keyser--$1,000
74 acres and new house and barn on country road 4 miles from Keyser--$1,800
7 room house modern convenience--$1,650
New 7 room homes with all modern conveniences large porches and Reception Hall.
Prices and terms are right.
SEE, E G KIMMELL
KEYSER, W VA
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
FOR HOME OR FACTORY
We are ready to deliver just the right kind of coal.
We carry it in all sizes, but in only one grade, the best.
Use our coal means fuel economy, for in coal like in everything
else, the best is the cheapest. A trial of our coal will be another
proof of the truth of the adage. PHONE 19-R
BRIGHT’S COAL YARD
All accounts not paid by
April 1st will be given to
A collector March 12.
Dr T H B Staggers, M T