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JANUARY 4, 1913


TRANSCRIBED BY CANDY SHILLINGBURG
APRIL 13, 2003


B & O SHOP NOTES

It rained so hard in a bunghole of a barrel in the shops Friday morning that it busted out both ends. A rise and sing! If there is anyone that I do hate is a liar. Give me a friend in the solid truth and I will stick to him every time.

Some of the men are suffering with waxin-kernel's under their arms. They say they think they are contagious and would rather have a lieutenant colonel for a friend.

Helper C L Barnhouse was off duty Tuesday afternoon.

Quite a large number of men worked the first day of 1913. We see that carpenter A D Akers is one of the boys again.

For smiles see C Inskeep for frowns see Tommy Kight.

A valley is a cool place in the winter time.

We wonder if end sills and draft timbers can be sent by parcels post. We learn that ponhoss can.


BUYS OLD MILL

W E Woolfe has bought the old Keyser Milling property, the mill on which was burned a year or more ago. It is rumored that a company will be organized and an ice plant installed next spring.


WEEK OF PRAYER

The week of prayer in the various churches begins next Monday evening. The program is as follows: Monday night in the Presbyterian church, Tuesday evening in the United Brethren church, Wednesday evening at the M E church, Thursday evening in the Lutheran church and Friday evening at the M E church, South. The preaching will be done by the pastors of the several churches alternately.


IN THE CHURCHES

GRACE M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH
Rev. M H Keen, Pastor
Sunday School at 9:30 am
Services at 11 am and 7:30 pm
Epworth League, 6:45 pm
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
Evening at 7:30 pm
Everybody cordially invited

 
LUTHERAN CHURCH, DAVIS STREET
Sunday School at 9:45 am
Preaching every other Sunday by
Supply from Gettysburg conference
Christian Endeavor at 7 pm
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7:30 pm
All are welcome to these meetings

 
EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH
R E L Strider, Rector
Services every first and third Sunday
In the month at 11 am and 7:30 pm.
Holy Communion every first
Sunday at 11 am, and every Saint's
Day and Holy Day at 8:00 am
Sunday School every Sunday at 9:45 am
Adults Bible Class every Tuesday evening
In the church at 7:30.
All are welcome at the services

 
UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH
Rev R G Hammond will preach at
11:00 o'clock and at 7:30 pm
Sunday School, 9:45 am
Young Peoples Meeting at 7:30
By the Pastor
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
Evening at 7:30 pm


FIRST M. E. CHURCH
9:30 am-Sunday School
9:45 am-Men's Bible Class
11:00 am-Sermon by the Pastor
6:45 pm-Epworth League
7:30 pm-Sermon by the Pastor

 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev A O Price, Pastor
Sunday School at 9:30 o'clock
Preaching at 11:00 am and 7:30
By the Pastor
Prayer Meeting Every Wednesday
Evening at 7:30 pm

 
The Dunkered Brethren, known as
The Brethren Church, have preaching
Every 1st and 3rd Sunday in the month
At 10:30 am in the Odd Fellows
Hall on Mineral street.


PERSONALS

When you want a pair of shoes try L C McDonald's.

For Rent, 7 rooms, bath, newly papered. 110 Water street.

Mr Frank Greenwade returned from Atlantic City on No 3 this morning.

Mr Fred Johnston and sister, Miss Bessie, returned from a visit to Fairmont.

The popular "Century" gas ranges in all sizes for home, restaurant or hotel, guaranteed the equal of any other make and at better prices. Phone orders to 19-F or call at store C C Arbogast, 133 Armstrong St, Keyser, W Va.

Bring your orders for job printing to The Daily News

Ab Hamill and Perry Greenwade are fishing in South Branch this week.

Norman Barrick, has returned to his home in Martinsburg.

TYPE WRITER For Sale-Underwood, No 5, new. Call at this office.

Miss A M Giffin, Supt. of nurses at the Hoffman hospital, is away on her vacation. She will visit in Atlantic City and her home in Virginia.

John Whisner of Beryl, was brought to the Hoffman hospital yesterday, suffering with typhoid fever.

Mrs D W Wright was visiting in Piedmont yesterday.

Jas Peters has returned from a three weeks trip to Atlantic City and other points.

Miss Mary Stevenson and mother are enjoying a visit to Atlantic City.

Miss Elizabeth Nesbitt is enjoying a visit along the sea shore.

Prof M Bumphrey of Petersburg is entertaining the people of Mineral county this week.

Harry Green (Iky Cohen) spent Sunday at his home in Wilmington, Del.

Charley Spotts is shopping in Cumberland today

FOR SALE-1913 Ford Touring Car. Guaranteed perfect in every respect. Call at this office.

Seventh reel of "What Happened to Mary" at Pickwick tomorrow night.

Howard Swadly returned Saturday from a weeks trip through Ohio and Indiana

H G Fisher and family returned Sunday night from their trip to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Prof J C Sanders and family returned Friday from their trip of over a months stay in Morgantown and vicinity.

Miss Virginia Duckwall of Berkeley Springs is visiting her aunt Mrs W C Long

Dr and Mrs Ira Stafford spent Sunday in Cumberland visiting Mr Lee Ash's family.

Mrs Clyde Retcliffe and children of Richmond, Va, are guests of Mrs Hallie Clemson.

Clarence Housenfleck left yesterday on a visit to Chicago.

Mrs W J Chapman is visiting relatives at Rock Enon Springs, Va.

Mrs Nellie Spearling of Shaw was brought to the Hoffman hospital last evening.

W C Nesbitt of Baltimore spent Saturday here with his sister, Mrs J A Sharpless

Misses Lena and Eva Barger, who have been guests of Miss Grace Wenner, returned to their homes in Cumberland today.

Miss Cardelia Blair has returned from a visit in Cumberland.

Cashier Jesse Sharpless, wife and children of Gormania, were here yesterday visiting Mrs J A Sharpless.

Miss Edna Kaplon has returned from a business trip in the east.

Dr L L Edgell and C L Everhart were out after squirrels. They brought several home.

Mr and Mrs C L Everhart, son and daughter returned Saturday from a visit to his parents.

Miss Edith Sterdings is visiting in Reliance, Va

Miss Grace Sterdings has returned from a visit in Front Royal, Va

Miss Callaham and Miss Godfrey of Clarksburg are guests of Mrs Minnie Potter

Mrs J H Markwood is spending today with her daughter Mrs F P Edgell at Harpers Ferry

Mrs J M Tomblin and two children of Richmond, Va, are visiting her sister Mrs A C Feather.

Misses Margarete and Edith Dugan are on a visit to Fairmont friends.

Dr F S Johnston of Elkins, one of the leading druggists of this state, is visiting his mother, Mrs Sallie Johnston.

WANTED-At once, a good cook at Hermitage Hotel, Petersburg, W Va

Mr E C Brown, who is employed in the Census Bureau, Washington, is spending his vacation with his cousin, Mrs Billmyre on Davis street.

Seventh reel of "What Happened to Mary" at the Pickwick tomorrow night.

Miss Augurita Shores left this morning for Davis to resume her duties as teacher in the Davis school.

Mrs Riley has returned home from a visit to Wheeling.

Mrs Margurite Rafter, of Cumberland, is the guest of her children, Mrs Ed Harrison and Roy Rafter.

Mr W S Davis on Piedmont street is able to be out again after a weeks sickness.

The school will begin at the Prep Monday and the scholars and teachers who went to their homes out of town for the Holidays are returning.

Mr Hirman Terry who has been ill for the past three weeks is able to sit up.

Mr and Mrs Wm Sollars returned home yesterday from a few days visit to Mr Sollar's parents near Oakland.

Mr John H Mohler has returned home from Pittsburg where he spent Christmas with his son.

Wm S Johnston returned home last night from a weeks visit to his brother, Dr J W Johnston, Clarksburg, and Dr F S ?? at Elkins.

Mr and Mrs J G Gelwicks and daughter, Miss Pauline, returned home yesterday evening from a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Charles M Babb at Morgantown.

Mr C K De Vries, of Hotel Reynolds, while out shopping, was suddenly seized with a severe illness and is confined to his room.

Filmore Harwood is temporarily employed as clerk in the Farmers and Merchants bank.

Herman Davis returned last night from Pittsburg.

V W Twigg sold his auto to Harry Somerville, of Cumberland, and with Albert Davis and Paul Peters took the machine down there and turned it over to the new owner.

Mrs Harry Markwood and Billy are visiting in Manheim.

When you want Job Work quick, see us.

The committee will make their report on the charter of the City of Keyser on January 8th. Every citizen of both towns are requested to be present.

J M Rizer, B&O conductor, has been appointed special legislative committeeman by Queen's Point division Order Railway Conductors. He will go to Charleston to appear before the legislative committees in behalf of the men of the order.

Prof. Clarence Faw, of Friendsville, Md, after a few days here with his many friends, has returned home.

Mr J B Gillam was operated on at the Alleghany Hospital, at Cumberland.

Mrs Nellie Haskell has returned to her home at Wheeling, after spending the Holidays with her parents.

Mrs D T Greenwade is spending the week end with her mother in Cumberland.

It is reported the Knobley post office has been closed. The post mistress, Mrs P M Dayton, died some months ago, and it is said other members of the family did not want the office. This inconveniences a number of mail-getters in that part of Mineral County.


THE U.S. EXPRESS CO.

With offices in all the important cities and towns in the country, offers to the public the best service to be had. All express matter delivered promptly on arrival. Wagon will answer telephone calls anywhere in Keyser and South Keyser. Special arrangements have been made for the handling of Christmas shipments. Money orders for sale, rates same as P O orders. Your patronage solicited. An exclusive express train between New York and St Louis has just been but on. This train reaches Keyser about 9 am. Giving less than 12 hours service from New York and Philadelphia. Office B&O Passenger Station, Keyser.


BOX SUPPER

The ladies of Trinity Church of Junction, W Va, will hold a box supper at Union School House Sat night Jan 4, 1913. Proceeds for benefit of Church. All are cordially invited. Committee


KEYSER HOME BAKERY
BREAD PIES AND CAKES
We ask you try our bread
L Whippel

 
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KEYSER, W VA

 
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JEWELERS OVER HALF CENTURY
S T LITTLE JEWELRY CO
DIAMOND MERCHANTS
CUMBERLAND MD
GOOD GOODS COMES IN LITTLE PACKAGES
FINEST JEWELRY STORE IN ALL MARYLAND
Our 18K Wedding Rings Are Best By 62 Years Test
Branch Store 520 Virginia Ave
97 Baltimore St
Good Goods Come in Little Packages
S & M Trading-Stamps

 
B F ZACOT
KEYSER, W VA
PHONE 7K
OP B&O DEPOT

 
HOME MADE CAKES
Mixed Cakes, Doz-10c
Layer Cakes, each-10c
Lemon Squares, each-10c
Ribbon Cakes, each-10c
Devil Food Cakes, each-10c
Jelly Roll, each-10c
All kinds of fruit pies 10c each-Rye Bread
L WHIPPEL
92 MINERAL STREET
KEYSER, W VA
PHONE 186

 
WORKMAN'S MARKET
71 ARMSTRONG ST, KEYSER, W VA, PHONE 21
BEEF, PORK, VEAL, LAMB AND MUTTON
ALL GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED
ALL KINDS OF PICKLES
COUNTRY BUTTER AND OLEO

 
SAFEGUARD AND PRESERVE YOUR FURS
FOOTERS DYE WORKS, CUMBERLAND MD
ALWAYS SAFEST AND BEST
A W COFFROTH, AGENT
KEYSER, W VA

 
SINCELL'S
GROCERIES AND VEGETABLES

 
R C WILLIAMS AND CO'S, ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS
Tomatoes, pears, corn, pineapples, sardines, salmon, coffee, teas, cocoa
Heinz's pickles, catchup
Mustard and White Pickling
Vinegar
Ward's Baking Co's Popular Bread
Complete line of green vegetables, Melons and Catelopes on ice.
We are here to serve and please.

 
M C MCKENZIE
PHONE 141
ARMSTRONG ST


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