MINERAL DAILY NEWS
KEYSER W VA
APRIL, 28, 1913
Mr and Mrs Joe Biser, of Dawson, spent Saturday in our city.
Mrs H Dawson, of Piedmont, spent Saturday afternoon as the guest of her sister, Mrs O A Hood, on St. Cloud St.
Mrs Wm Wells and Mrs Earl Lowry returned Saturday night on No 1 from a visit to Baltimore.
Dr F P Stehley spent Sunday at his farm up New Creek.
Souvenirs to ladies today and tomorrow at S & T Hardware Co.
Mr and Mrs Jesse Sharpless and children, of Gormania, are visiting his mother, Mrs Carrie Sharpless, on Center St.
Miss Shaw, of Moscow Md, is a guest of her sister, Mrs A Snyder, on Sharpless St.
Mrs C W Heath, of Springdale St, will leave tonight on No 1 for Columbus Ohio and other Western cities. This will be a business trip. Cumb. Times
Rev T A Burch, formerly pastor of Morgan circuit M E church, South, who has been at Port Republic Va, since leaving here stopped here last Saturday to see old friends. Berkeley Springs Messenger
W T Smith was on the sick list all last week.
R W Nine started today on a trip to eastern cities to be gone a few days.
Wm Mulady and wife spent Sunday with Dave Whiteman and wife.
Bud Patterson, who has been working for the B&O at Garrett, Ind, for some time, Saturdaay loaded hos household goods on a special freight car and took his family with him to that place.
J M Bright attended a horse sale at Bedford Pa on the 19th. He says they sold 85 horses at a fair price.
Miss Fannie High, who is at teacher at the Elkins schools, spent Friday night with Miss Sue Sheets here and went on to Romney to visit her mother Mrs O H Tarr.
A few days ago J M Bright received a car load of the famous Studebaker buggies and a few L C Graves & Co's buggies.
Miss Fannie Taylor of South Branch who has been a guest of her sister Mrs Wm Kuykendall for a week, has gone home.
Miss Bell Taylor of Purgittsville was here today on her return from a visit to Mr and Mrs Earl Moss at Seymour.
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Wm Pane and wife went to Purgittsville Sunday where they are going to make their future home.
Screen doors and windows in all sizes can be had at Frye & Son's.
J Clark Bright, Porter Liller, James Goldworthy, Oliver Bane and John Nordeck were among the many that were in Cumberland to see the circus Saturday.
H C "Deacon" Howard and Will H Seaber of Piedmont spent yesterday afternoon in town.
Mr and Mrs Charles Hughes, of Bellaire Ohio, were at the Kauffman House Sunday. They came her from Morgantown. They were on a pleasant trip, and expressed great delight with our pretty town, and its magnificent scenery roundabout.
Miss Lizzie Pratt, who was operated on about three weeks ago for appendicitis and other abdominal troubles at the Hoffman Hospital, went back to her home at Grant county today.
L T Carskadon, manager of Music Hall, left today on No 55 for Wheeling to attend a State Convention of the Association of Theater Managers.
Spring is here, and we are ready with the goods you want. The newest patterns of all kinds of wash goods, fine filmy fabrics, also trimmings. A fine line of summer weight underwear. D LONG & SON
Geo W Sechrist, expert piano tuner, will be at my store during the month of May. Leave orders at music store. W C PIFER.
Don't forget the motor washer at FRYE & SON'S.
If you want a cook advertise in the NEW'S "Want Column"
Miss Ada Gillum returned yesterday from Cumberland, where she had been to see her brother, who is in a hospital in a critical condition.
Among the guests registered at Hotel Reynolds yesterday were H H Casteel and Mrs E L Casteel, Oakland Md, and James Tanner, Misses Agnes McGinnis, Mamie Everly and May Moss, Terra Alta, W Va.
N P High of Purgittsville, who attended the show at Cumberland Saturday, spent Sunday visiting friends here.
Mrs Cora Horan and baby, who have been visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs George Sheetz, have returned at their home at Trenton NJ.
Miss Nellie Adams, of Frankfort, is visiting relatives in Keyser.
Mr Avers, an aged man, who has been visiting his son, Jacob Avers, here, went Saturday to Cumberland to visit his son John Avers.
"House Cleaning Needs" is a sign that goes with a neat window display of Sundry articles used for such purposes at ROMIG'S.
Take a look at that new style Coal Range at FRYE & SON'S.
Lumber is up, and prices still going higher. Better get in your orders now. LILLERS LUMBER PARLORS, KEYSER W VA.
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The city baseball team is meeting and practicing regularly every evening and the boys are making a good showing.
Messrs James, Walter and Lester ?anner of Terra Alta were here over last night.
Mrs E M Russell went to Harmon today to visit her sister, Mrs Wm Kady.
Mrs Charles Dayton was a visitor at Cumberland yesterday.
Mrs Geo Greenholt of Piedmont is visiting at her son Will Greenholt.
Mr and Mrs Roy Ravenscraft and little daughter, who visited their parents here first of the week, have returned to Wheeling.
Mrs Alice Rexroad of Lahmansville left here on No 2 this morning for Dayton Va., where she has two daughters students in the Shenandoah Valley Collegiate Institute, and will remain until after commencement a month from now.
Mrs Geo Sheets is visiting her sister in Cumberland.
Mr and Mrs Walter Wenner and son of Garret Ind, are visiting relatives in town.
Mrs John Main has gone to Hopemont where she is a patient in the State Sanitarium.
Mrs Chas Blamer and daughter Eva of Cumberland are the guests of her sister, Mrs J A Glaze.
Mr and Mrs W R Cheshire, returned last night from Mt Lake Park, where they had been called on acount of the death of her uncle Mr Benninger, a B&O fireman.???
Spring is here, and we are ready with the goods you want. The newest patterns in all kinds of wash goods, fine filmy fabrics, also trimmings, A fine line of summer weight underwear. D LONG & SON
The work of laying the new side walks in town began last week at W H Haffer's residence. Others are preparing to lay them, and by the end of summer the entire length of Main St on both sides will have elegant walks. Few towns of this size will compare with us in this regard.
There was a gathering of the clans at the home of Justice and Mrs W Maloney last week. The occasion being the celebration of the fortieth anniversary of marriage, which occurred Wednesday. Wm H Maloney, Jr, and R J Maloney with their wives and children, and D H Maloney, all from Grafton, and Mrs Fannie McKenzie and children, of Cumberland, were here and participated in the event which was a happy one. Mr and Mrs Maloney were married here forty years ago by the late Rev G W Finley, of the Presbyterian church.
Mrs Sarah Swisher died at her home at Kirby of paralysis, aged 75 years, 9 months, and 7 days. She was a member of the Missionary Baptist Church. Her remains were interred at the Mt Zion cemetery April 17. A W Arnold, of Pleasant Dale, conducted the funeral services. A large crowd was present.
Leslie Bobbett, aged about 12 years, a deaf mute student at the D & B schools here, died suddenly Wednesday morning. The little fellows home was in Fayetteville, and he had been sick from measles with which disease forty or fifty of the students are afflicted. In this case, however, pneumonia developed and his heart became affected. The father of the child is a miner in Fayette county. The body was sent to the child's home Wednesday evening, accompanied by J C Linthicum.
A pretty home wedding occurred last Saturday morning, April 26th 1913, at the residence of Mrs H H Johnson, in this place, when her daughter, Miss Lucie Newman Johnson, was united in marriage to Mr Loren E Allen, of New Mexico, by Rev F J Brooke, DD. Romney Review.
LICENSE TO WED
The following parties have been granted license to wed:
Edgel Athel Kerns and Letroy Shrout, both of Elkins W Va.
Arthur Benton Keller, of Delray W Va and Bettine Harrison Martin, of Rio W Va.
Frederick Raymond Brewer and Nellie Marie Whitehare, both of Keyser W Va.
Charles Abbott Humphries and Estella Jane Seaman, both of Ridgely W Va.
There is a good opening at this office for a boy aged about 15 years, or over, a boy of good industrious habits, who is accustomed to obey his parents, and who wants to learn a good trade or profession.
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OF THE REASONS WHY I FAVOR THE ADOPTION
OF THE PROPOSED NEW CHARTER FOR THE CITY OF KEYSER
OR OPPOSE THE ADOPTION OF THE PROPOSED NEW CHARTER
FOR THE CITY OF KEYSER
The new charter, which if passed, that will make "The City of Keyser" is of much importance to the citizens of the town of Keyser, of South Keyser, and to the people who live on the suburbs. Every voter should thoroughly understand its contents. We ask every man to read it carefully and with understanding. We have been accused of opposing the new charter. This came about because we retried to accept it without reading it. We have gone over it carefully and attended every meeting held for its discussion, and where we might have made some changes we are ready and willing to vote for it.
We are all of one mind in, that the two towns should be under one government; that from a business view point we should have credit for the 7,000 people we have , instead of less than 3,000; that we should strive and work one people instead of divided , fighting class; that more can be accomplished and a greater business transacted under a new charter than in our present condition. Keyser is growing bigger and better every day and we now must govern ourselves accordingly, rather we are forced to keep up with the times.
W H Barger.
This space, a small portion, in these two columns we have set apart for the discussion, FREE, of the New Charter. All articles must be couched in respectful language and must be signed. Articles over 4 inches in a column will be charged for at regular advertising rates.
THE EXPERIMENTAL ORCHARD
C E Auchter, of the Experiment Station force Morgantown, returned last night from the experimental orchard on New Creek Mountain on the line of the T M & P railroad. He has been giving attention to this orchard since it was first planted a year ago, and says it is of fine condition. The Experimental Station expects to get much information from this orchard.
Will Jewell and Howard Pratt, who purchased Emory Bean's merry go round moved it to town this week and will run here for a short time before starting out on the road.
Mrs F B Mathias, Misses Virginia Wood and Ada Hawse and Supt. Halterman, of this county, attended the Potomac Valley Round Table at Romney, Friday and Saturday.
Mrs E W McNeill, who has been here with her son, Karl, for several weeks, left Saturday morning for their home in Morgantown. Llewellyn McNeill arrived Tuesday and will spend some time here.
Miss Mary Katherine Wilson, who has been visiting at Cumberland for some time, returned home Saturday evening, accompanied by Miss Pauline Adams, of that city, who will visit her for a short time.
Jno. Lee, of Virginia, and C C Wise, of Rio, were here last week and took up A R McNeills cattle, which they purchased recently at 8c a pound. The cattle averaged 1492 pounds. We are informed that this is the highest price ever paid for cattle here. Moorefield Examiner.
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KEYSER W VA
TRANSCRIBED BY CANDY SHILLINGBURG
JULY 5, 2002
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