MINERAL DAILY NEWS

KEYSER WV

FRIDAY MAY 2, 1913


WILL CONSTRUCT A LARGE THREE- STORY AND FLAT BUILDING

  Judge F M Reynolds is having plans made for a large brick building to adjoin the Post Office building on The Sincell Co, side, it will be about 30 ft front on Armstrong St in "L" form back 80 feet and about 60 feet toward the alley. It will be three stories of brick. The Armstrong St front first story will be made of white vitrified brick,, as an interior lining, and will have in it a large compartment for cold storage that perishable groceries can be handled in the best possible way. It is to be so arranged that the large store room and ware room will be strictly sanitary. The two upper stories of the building will be made of flats for living purposes, and third stories over Sincell's store will also be converted into flats. The rear end on the corner of the "L", a large room on the ground floor will connect with the main store room and be used by The Sincell Company for a sample and stock room.

  Mr J W Wolfard, who already has a prosperous business in the old building covering the Armstrong St part of the site, will occupy that portion of the round floor with a grocery store, and will occupy a section of the second floor for living rooms.


POPULAR LECTURE

  Rev C P Bastian, former pasture of the Lutheran church here, lectured in this church last night to a large audience. The auditors were highly pleased. His subject was "Modern Prodigals". He recently made a lecture tour of Western Pennsyvania, including Pittsburgh, which was very successful, and he will work the eastern part soon. Another popular lecture subject is "My Boy and I" His church work is at Charleroi Pa.

  Rev Bastian expects to return here in August, as he plans to spend all his vacation in West Virginia.


CONFEDERATE VETERAN DIES

  Charles Town W Va

  J Henry Jennings, a well known resident of Middleway, died yesterday, aged 73 years. The deceased served in the Confederate Army in the Thirty third Virginia Infantry. In the Bryan campaigns he attracted considerable attention on the stump. A wife, four daughters, and one son survive. His funeral was held on Wednesday morning, the Masonic fraternity having charge.


YOUNG OPERATOR ON W.M.

  Robert Fox, a Keyser youth who had just completed telegraphy at Tower C on the B&O working under Mat Mathew and others, has work with Western Maryland railroad as extra, and has gone to Coleman, Penna, to work on the third trick for a time.


B&O SHOP NOTES

  Machine Hand John Cox has returned to work after being off duty several weeks.

  Helper Chas Barnhouse has resigned his position with the B&O.

  A fine concrete walk is being put around our new office building.

  Uncle Pete and RePete made and turned out three trucks the first of the week. One for the mill and two for the store department.

  About twenty eastern boomers arrived and were put to work Tuesday morning. Carpenter Bob Wilson and helpers are building a dining room and sleeping quarters for them.

  Machine Hand James Hoover planted 200 more fruit trees on his farm Wednesday. He says he has about 800 trees in all.

  A bench to bend pipe on has been made and put up by Carpenter J M Clem.

  Electrician Billy Liller, came in the Mill Thursday morning with a new cap on. He went to work the night of the same day.

  King George has been given the position on the west end of "Odd Moll" in the mill.

  The menu on the wreck train Friday morning. To eat: Hot air and excitement, to drink ice cold coffee as the cook let the coffee pot freeze up the night before. For dessert, Squash pie.


BUILDING HOME

  T H Frankhouser, the merchant, has broken ground for a dwelling at 135 Argyle St. It adjoins his other property which is a double house. He will reside in the new one. It will be ten rooms and a large concrete basement, commodious and comfortable in all its plan.


THE CHARTER TO CLOSE

  Saturday night a meeting of the Order of Owls is called for Bachelors Hall, when the charter will be closed. Thereafter, the cost for initiation will be the regular rate, up until that night, Inclusive, it will be $5, or one-fifth.

  This is one of the good fraternal and beneficial orders and the officers of the Keyser ? are respected and responsible citizens.


OF INTEREST TO GIRLS

  Girls are still being listed at this office for the new silk mills work. There are not yet enough applicants. The News will be glad to have any all who desire, to come themselves or send some friend here to have their names listed for this work.

  Work in the silk mill on the whole is light, clean and agreeable. The buildings will be well lighted, clean and well ventilated.


GRAND OPENING

  On Saturday, May 3rd, The First National Bank will formally open their remodeled and handsome banking rooms. On this occasion from 1 to 4 o'clock pm, all friends and patrons are cordially invited to visit the bank. An orchestra will discourse sweet music and flowers will be given away.


SCHOOLS WILL CELEBRATE

  Fairmont W Va

  At the meeting of the W Va Semi-Centennial Commission, held here, it was a decided to have a state wide observance of the fiftieth anniversary of the formation of W Va, besides the jubilee celebration to be held in Wheeling during the week of June 20. Appropriate programs of a uniform nature will be held at the schools throughout the state on June 20. Flags for the 8,000 school buildings in W Va have been ordered. The meeting was held at the home of Judge John W Mason, a member of the commission.


MANY PRESENTS

  Mr and Mrs W J Kuykendall, who have rooms at 120 Center street, were agreeably surprise last night when a number of ladies, headed by Mrs E V Romig and Mrs G H Reynolds, called on them and left a large number of useful household articles. Mr and Mrs Kuykendall were married April 16th.


BOY WANTED

  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.


GETTING READY FOR BUSINESS AT SILK MILLS

  The old Woolen Mills property on Mozelle street is being hurriedly remodeled for use, the upper stories, the second floor for factory rooms and the third for storage, by the Klots Throwing Co. A large porch has been built on the front of the one building and an outside stairway leading for the second story.

  The whole interior is being made new with ceiling and paint. In a few days the work of installing machinery for this delicate work will be commenced. The company plans to open their silk mills here about June 1st. Girls will mainly be employed and in due time they will need 60 or more girls.

  This is an important new industry for Keyser.


INTERESTING PICTURE

  Jno. T Sincell in receipt of a very interesting souvenir postcard of Cuba, sent by Engineer C C Pollock, who is one of a party of engineers and their wives now touring that country.

  The picture is of a cathedral 156 years old in which Christopher Columbus was buried. In 1898 when war was declared a priest took up the remains and concealed them in a wall of the cathedral and as soon as the war was over, he sent them to Spain where they now remain.


TOURING IN AUTO

  E I Robinson, superintendent for Whitmer-Lane Lumber Co at Dobbin, and A E Derminer, lath contractor, were in Keysre over last night. They came here by way of Petersburg in an automobile. T M McCorkle, the popular salesman of Elkins, came with them from Petersburg.


FINED MAN AND WIFE FOR ASSAULT

  Yesterday John Brookman and wife of Ridgeley, were given a hearing before Squire D P Osborne on a charge of assaulting Mrs C Shanholtz of that place.

  The evidence went to show that Mrs Brookman had struck Mrs Shanholtz with a bucket, cutting a gash in her head. Mr Brookman had in a way aided and abetted. Mrs Brookman was fined $5.00 and costs and he was fined $2.50 and costs.


PERSONALS

Miss Mary Vossler is spending the day in Cumberland.

Mrs H S Pullman has returned from a visit of several days to Mrs Loughrie, Mrs Pulliam's sister, in New York.

Mr J T Crawford is improving his property on Piedmont st, adding bath and other improvements.

Mrs Mary Stallings will move into the Milo Clem property on Piedmont St.

Miss Lottie Keesucker attended a social at Piedmont last evening.

Miss Helen Vossler, who spent two months at Orlando Fla, will arrive here from Baltimore tomorrow night. Mr C H Vossler, his son Clarence and daughter Miss Charlotte will come down from Maysville to be at home Sunday in a family reunion.

W S Decker, formerly of the Keyser Tribune force, who resigned a few days ago, will represent The Evening Times of Cumberland in local territory. Mr Decker will correspond and in a business way represent that paper.

Senator O A Hood and W Woods returned last night from Charleston. Mr Hood was a member of the legislature Bribery. Investigating Committee, and Mr Woods was doorkeeper for the committee during business sessions.

Mr W S Davis the Center St merchant, in on the sick list.

Mrs Ovis Gordon of Spring St in on the sick list.

Miss Annie Arnold of Burlington spent yesterday in Cumberland and today in Keyser.

BORN, to Mr and Mrs George Shoemaker, a son April 30th, 1913.

BORN, to Mr and Mrs Robaugh of Spring St, a daughter May 1st.

Mrs J M Scott, wife of asst. Superintendent Scott, and son Jim, left last night on train NO 1 for a two weeks visit to her home at Cincinnati Ohio.

Mrs Lena Hutson, who with her son Loraine, have been visiting relatives in Pittsburgh, returned last night.

Mrs Roy Warner has been a great sufferer from an attack of rheumatism. Her mother, Mrs Dawson, of Martinsburg, is here with her.

Miss Celia Dunn, who has been visiting Mrs Margurite Cady, has returned to her home at Piedmont.

Mrs John Maine Sr, is very sick at her home on Spring St.

Mr Layton McGinnis of Newberg is visiting at his sister, Mrs Dill Cooper.

E M Stottlemyer today installed a Mutual Phone in his office.

Thomas Coffman, who has been day officer on the Keyser Police Force for some time, has been given the place in the B&O service vacated through E B Kinney's promotion.

Mrs M B Smoot has returned home after a visit of two months spent in visiting in Washington and New York.

Mrs J W Kabrick has gone to Elk Garden on a short visit. She accompanied home her niece, Miss Nettie Rawlings, who had been visiting her.

Mrs W C Long returned last night from Roanoke Va, where she was called last week by the illness of her brother in law Rev A M Cackley, who died Monday and was buried yesterday at Falls Church, Va.

The Grant County Press, publishers at Petersburg by Arch J Welton, has moved into a nice new building.

C J Webb of Altoona Pa, was in Keyser today.

E P Babb and I V Inskeep of Martin came to Keyser on Tuesday and today Mrs Babb who has been here with her little son, Vance, who is in school here making his home with his grandfather Clerk J V Bell, accompanied Mr Babb home to Cherry Lane.

Will Seaber of Piedmont, was here last night calling on friends.

Mr and Mrs John Deffenbaugh will occupy J T Crawford's house on Piedmont St, vacated by Mr Stallings.


NOTICE

  The Woman's Guild of the Episcopal church will be glad to get all the old newspapers and magazines they can. Notify Mrs J Z Terrell or any member of the Guild, and they will be called for.


PLUMBING

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