KEYSER W VA
MAY 7, 1913
FOR RENT: Three rooms. Apply to J B Crizer, 58 W Piedmont Street.
Billy Woods is confined to his room with measles.
E W Lehman, chief air inspector for the B&O, has gone to Pennsylvania to visit for a few days.
Master Clarence Bane had the misfortune to break an arm yesterday.
Little Marguerite O'Connor is very sick at her home on Argyle Street.
Jacob Avers father is visiting him at his home on Spring Street.
Chas. Blackburn is building a house on Gilmore Street.
WANTED-Two young ladies to learn to set type at this office.
Ed. Shobe and little son Darwin came down from Hambleton this morning and this evening took the T M & P to Grant county.
Mrs J M Moore, of Narrows Va, who has been visiting relatives at Davis, came down a few days ago accompanied by her little niece, Miss Eloise Fisher, of that place. Mrs Moore will come here again before going home to visit her father Mr Conrad Fisher and brothers and sister.
A May Pole Dance and Coronation ceremony will be given on the West campus by the girls of the Preparatory school Friday evening, May 16th, at 6:15 o'clock.
Mr W S Davis, the groceryman, who has been sick for some time, confined to his home at 39 W Piedmont St, is able to come out to his store now.
If you want a cook advertise in the News "Want Column"
Mrs Ruben Nethken was called to Alexandria W Va today on account of the serious illness of her mother.
Mrs J H Watson of Mannington is visiting relatives here. She accompanied her brother, Bryce Hardy, home Tuesday evening.
Miss Mary Sheetz, sister of Mr Fred Sheetz, the groom of yesterdays wedding at Hartmonsville, who came with him here from Winston-Salem, NC, a week ago, visited friends and relatives in this section in the time, and will leave today on 14 for her southern home.
The ladies of the Lutheran church will hold a food sale in the big show window of the Thompson Furniture Company store, Saturday afternoon.
C S Filler, 147 Mozelle street, has been appointed local subscription agent by the Curtis Publishing Co, of Philadelphia. He will have charge of looking after new subscriptions, as well as renewels, for their three popular publications: The Saturday Evening Post, The Ladies Home Journal and The Country Gentleman.
The new Ferris Wheel will be in operation tonight.
D B McLaughlin, a well known real estate man of Cumberland is visiting his sister, Mrs H G Steorts.
D H Cannon, of Ridgeville, was here last night and went to Romney to look after the wool business. He represents a Baltimore firm and is making an effort to contract for large shipments all over eastern W Va.
We want two young ladies to learn typesetting. Nice work, good pay.
Get best prices on porch swings, screen doors and windows by buying from Frye and Son's.
Ladreth's Garden Seeds---Irish Cobbler, Burnbank, Hebron and Early Rose Seed Potatoes, at McDonalds.
PONY AND CART FOR SALE
A well trained animal 50 inches high with runabout, harness, and equipment for driving complete. Call, phone or write Wm G Paul, Westernport, Md.
PASTURE FOR STOCK
Can furnish best Blue Grass pasture for 15 or 20 head of stock. 2 ½ miles from Keyser. See Ritchie and Tyler.
Lumber is up and prices still going higher.
Better get in your orders now.
KEYSER, W VA
BY CANDY SHILLINGBURG
JULY 6, 2002
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