PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY THE
KEYSER TRIBUNE CO
3 SEPTEMBER 2003
Miss Delphia Duling is in Baltimore buying her spring stock of millinery.
Mesdames Ella Humberson and Mary Lyon, of George’s Creek, were the guests of friends here last week.
Misses Katie and Jennie Duling were at Blaine shopping last Thursday.
Mr J O Watson was out looking after maple sugar last Saturday night. It’s a little soon for taffy.
Miss Carrie Duling and T W Shillingburg, who have had typhoid fever, are able to sit up.
A great many of the young people of Laurel Dale attended the spelling school at the Pilgrim’s Rest school house on last Thursday night which closed the school at that point.
We understand there will be a spelling school at the Kolb schoolhouse on Friday next March 27th.
The Laurel Dale Literary Society which has been running at full blast during the past four months will close March 28th by an entertainment at night.
We understand that the New Creek School has been closed during the past week on account of the illness of the teacher, Miss Emma Burgess.
The debate for Claysville last Wednesday night was postponed until the following Wednesday night.
The Claysville school will close with an entertainment.
The school at this place is progressing nicely under the efficient management of Mr E L Burgess as teacher.
Frank Haines of Headsville was a visitor at this place Friday last.
Miss Olive Allamong of Keyser was visiting at Mr R S Dayton’s Saturday night and Sunday.
Floyd Nevitt of Cumberland was among friends here Sunday.
Frank McIntosh and wife of Westernport are visiting home folks here this week.
W H Crabtree of Keyser was visiting his uncle H C Dawson Sunday.
Nathan McKenzie of Burwick, Pa, was visiting his sister Mrs Sam Brewer at the Mineral County Glebe last week.
Rev E H Showacre commenced his protracted meeting in the new church at Dayton Monday night.
Mr and Mrs R S Dayton was visiting relatives at Westernport Saturday and Sunday.
Since Mr Groundhog given up his rule we are having some nice weather.
Mr Thomas Wildman of the Junction was the guest of Mrs R S Dayton this week.
Mrs Sarah Lease of Rawlings was among friends here part of this week.
We are sorry to say that Mrs Ben Corbin is very ill at this writing.
Mr Frank Urice of Keyser spent from Friday until Sunday with home folks near the Fountain.
Mrs Wm E Staggs spent the past week with her daughter Mrs Vause Ellifritz of New Creek.
Miss Florenza Urice spent the past week in Keyser with her friend Mrs Leo Wilcox.
Mr Edward Staggs and little son Ernest was shopping in Keyser Saturday.
Misses Virgie and Blanche Staggs was in Keyser Monday shopping.
Notice is hereby given to the stockholders of Twin Mountain and Potomac Railroad Co, that the annual meeting of stockholders of said Company will be held at the Company’s principal office in the Watson Building in the City of Fairmont, County of Marion and State of W Va, on Wednesday the 8th day of April, 1914, at seven o’clock PM, for the transaction of such business as may lawfully come before such Annual Meeting.
Given under my hand this 2nd day of March, 1914.
Kemble White, Secretary
A desirable farm of 98 acres, situated 3 ½ miles from Westernport in Michael settlement on county road. Has an improved 5 room house, stable and other outbuildings. Good water supply. Good selection fruit trees. Six (6) acres good coal opened up. Props and some good timbers. Will make a fine dairy farm. Church and school ½ mile from farm. Owner will sell at once at an attractive price. Apply to Simeon Groves, R D No 1, box No 60, Westernport, or Miss Ella J McKone, Piedmont.
I have for sale near Headsville, W Va, a farm consisting of 165 acres for $600 cash. This is a bargain and will be offered at this price but for a short time. Call or write the undersigned if you are interested. Harry G Fisher.
J A Nicodemus, the well-known fruit-grower, began shipping his apples from the Terminal Cold Storage Co plant, Hagerstown, last week. The apples are in fine condition and include Albemarle Pippins, Gano and Ben Davis varieties. The fruit is consigned to J R Sherwood, of Washington, and the John Knox Co, of New York. The apples shipped to Washington bring as high as $7 per barrel.
Charleston, W Va
Nora Gunnoe, whose body was found in the kitchen of her home at Kanawha City yesterday, came to her death as a result of injuries inflicted by her husband, Willard Gunnoe, and her sister, Rosie Mullens, according to the coroner’s jury verdict tonight, which investigated the case. Both the accused were arrested on a warrant charging murder in the first degree and were placed in the Kanawha county jail to await a hearing.
The testimony of the surgeon who assisted in the post mortem.
Highest prices paid for country produce, etc. Carskadon’s.
Mr and Mrs Robert Gerstell were visitors here Monday.
Mrs F Barnard of Westernport spent Sunday with her sister Mrs W Davis.
Prog J B Clem has returned from Govans, Md, where he has been for some time past.
Mr and Mrs Samuel Lyons, of the Junction, visited her mother, Mrs Filler, of Mozelle street Sunday.
Albert Rogers, of Cabin Run, visited here Saturday.
Mrs Horace Menifee visited at Westernport Sunday.
Mr and Mrs George Greenholt spent Sunday in Piedmont.
Mr Royall Patterson, formerly of Clarksburg, is for the present located here.
Mr J M Biggs is rapidly recovering from pneumonia.
Misses Josephine Miers and Leah Wolfe spent Saturday at Russelldale.
Mr Lee Wagoner is improving.
Dr Arza Furbee visited his brother at Terra Alta.
Clayton Hilghman of Clarksburg here Monday.
Mrs Charles Broome and Mrs A Kolkhorst visited Mrs J C Kephart on Limestone road.
Mr J Kalbaugh of Martin is spending a few days with a friend.
Miss Lorain Deffabaugh, of Newburg, is visiting her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Jnos Deffabaugh.
I M Long’s, the store of lowest prices and highest qualities.
Mrs O F Spotts visited in Cumberland latter part of last week.
Mr Wagoner is moving from Cumberland to his home here.
D Long & Son store is tastefully displayed with the newest spring goods.
Robert Armstrong visited his parents in Alaska.
William Athey was a Brunswick visitor Tuesday.
The Sincell store is remodeling its show windows.
Mr William Kidd, of Philadelphia, is visiting here.
Mrs Boyd Linthicum is visiting her sister in Baltimore.
Miss Louise Steorts is visiting at Newport News, Va.
Engineer H B Rice is out again and his friends wish for his rapid recovery.
Miss Bertha Smith, who has been visiting her uncle in Illinois has returned.
Charles Athey of Piedmont is visiting his father, who is confined to his home.
Mr Beman and family have moved from A street to the Campton property.
Mrs Luther Arnold, who has been visiting in Alexandria, Va, has returned.
Mr and Mrs Jno Stevenson who have been quite ill, are now somewhat improved.
Rev H P Hamill, former pastor of Grace M E Church, is the guest of friends here.
Crepe Dress Goods, are all the craze now and D Long & Son have the prettiest you ever looked at.
Mrs N E Coffman, of Wildale, W Va, who is confined to the Hospital here, having just recently undergone an operation, is resting easy and expected to be out in about ten days.
Mrs O F Spotts is in Cumberland today.
Homer Carlton was a visitor here Thursday.
Farm seeds, fresh and recleaned, Frye & Son.
BORN, to Mr and Mrs Dempsy Rice, a daughter.
BORN, to Mr and Mrs Brewer of Spring street, a son.
Earl Rogers spent Sunday at his home on Cabin Run.
Mrs Edd Hall of Cumberland visited friends at Keyser.
Miss Katie Sims is visiting friends at Three Churches.
Spring dress goods at D Long & Sons are very tasty selections.
Weimer’s shoe store show windows are prettily decorated.
Mrs Charley Chestnut was a Cumberland visitor Wednesday.
Mrs Geo Pikens of Pennsylvania is visiting her sister here.
Everybody says I M Long has the lowest priced goods in town.
Mr J H Markwood seems to be recovering as much as can be expected.
Mr T M Rotruck, of Williamsport, was a town visitor Thursday.
Mrs H A Sliger is about after being confined for several weeks.
Miss Anna Rendell of Grafton is visiting her sister, Mrs Charles Broome.
Miss Lucy Trask, who has been visiting friends in Terra Alta, has returned.
Miss Beulah McNemar who recently made a Western Tour, is now filling dates in Georgia.
The Ladies Aid Society of the U B Church will serve chicken supper in the Armory on March 27.
Mr and Mrs Wheeler Davis and daughter Mildred of Cumberland visited friends here this week.
Mr and Mrs Heiskell, who visited Mr and Mrs Kimmell have returned to their home at Thomas.
L B McCoole was in Baltimore this week purchasing spring goods for the firm of McCoole and Lyons.
Mr H G Wilson, who this week visited Mrs Wilson, Frederick, Md, where she is confined has returned and we are informed Mrs Wilson is rapidly improving and is expected home soon.
You cannot afford to buy dress goods before over our select line. I M Long
Read the Tribune advertisements before shopping.
The S & T Hardware have in stock for sale a line of paint advertised in this paper.
Time to start draining, etc. Frye & Son have a large supply of terra cotta pipe.
A purchase for a desirable building lot, well located in McCoole. Price right to cash buyer. Inquire F & M Bank.
Accommodations second to none with prices and Joe a “mixologist” that astonish.
$1.00 per day
HAVE YOU SAMPLED THE GOODS AT
19 ARMSTRONG STREET
If not it is your funeral. His life line is out
Meals and bed 25 cents. Regular board $5 a week. Boys $3.50
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
KEYSER, W VA
BALTIMORE & OHIO
TO MANY POINTS IN
Alberta, Arizona, British Columbia,
California, Colorado, Idaho, Mexico,
Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon,
Saskatchewan, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.
Tickets on sale daily from March 14th to April 14th, 1914, inclusive
For full information call on or address Ticket Agent, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
HEINTZ’S 57 VARIETIES
FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
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
Don’t let them take you in with trashy paint
And roofing, but get the best at.
LILLER’S LUMBER PARLORS
KEYSER, W VA
Two step and Waltz guaranteed $5.00
Positively no failures
Office hours 4-6 pm and 7:30 – 8:30 pm
ARBOGAST & SHARPLESS, PROPS
Full assortment of Ford Parts and Repairs
Constantly on Hand