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APRIL 5, 1913

TRANSCRIBED 23 MAY 2003
BY CANDY SHILLINGBURG


PERSONALS

If you want a man to help clean house, or other work. Call on 134 Chestnut street.

Don't forget Frances H Leggett's famous line of groceries at Harrison's Meat Market

Herman Burke has secured employment with the T M &P Railroad.

D H Cannon, the Ridgeville merchant, was in Keyser today. He will buy wool this season for Marcus & Horkheimer of Baltimore

V F Alkire yesterday evening received a telegram from Mrs Alkire at Acnote, Nebraska, in which she stated she is coming home this week. She further said her mother is no better

Messrs Prentice and Gassaway Shores arrived on N0 3 this morning from a weeks visit in Virginia

West Burke left last night for his home at Chicago, after spending a few days with his parents at McCoole

Mrs M Masteller and sister Miss Martha Watson of Fredericksburg, Va, arrived today on a visit with their brother J C Watson and family

Miss Elsie Wagoner is home, her school having closed at Cross

Mr Brandenberg, who represents the Piedmont Grocery Co, was calling on our merchants yesterday. Also Mr Somerville, who represents the Farmers Produce Co, of Cumberland, was here

Prof Wsitman T Barbe, field agent for the W Va University, was in Keyser today. Though the schools in this county are closing late this year, yet he has assurance of a satisfactory attendance at the Morgantown summer school

C C Clevenger is having a commodious stable and feed room built on the back of the lot he recently purchased of T H Wagoner

H G Woolf has gone to Rector Town, Va, to look after the store of his father, Rev W E Woolf, who is sick

G O Robruck, who spent the past two years up Georges Creek, is moving on a farm at New Creek, this county

Harry Burke, who has been visiting his aged parents a few days, returned to South Chicago today.

Mrs James Steward, of Burlington was in town today shopping


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