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APRIL 8, 1913

TRANSCRIBED BY CANDY SHILLINGBURG
MAY 25, 2003


PERSONALS

Howard Inskeep of McCoole has purchased of Maurice Jones of Williamsport a nice house property on Church street in Keyser.

Mrs Virginia B Calbaugh and daughter Miss Margaret of Westernport, were here yesterday attending the reception at the J C Watson home, and spent last night the guests of Mrs W A Liller.

St Mary's Social Club of the Catholic Church held a regular weekly meeting last night. A regular fee of 5 cents was taxed against each member. Games and dancing were engaged and a nice lunch was served.

Mrs Sallie Carskadon has materially improved. Her mind is clear and active and she is the best of spirits

Mrs Edward Geldbaugh and mother Mrs Aronhalt spent Wednesday in Cumberland

Mrs Riley returned home Wednesday after a few days visit at Wheeling

Miss Lillie Wagoner has returned from a visit at Cincinnati

Miss Emma Carr entertained the New Era Circle Wednesday afternoon

Mrs Milo Clem, who has been in Pittsburgh for treatment for some time, arrived on No 55 and will spend the night with her sister Mrs Gus Everly, and she will then go to Terra Alta

Miss Martha Watson of Fredericksburg, Va, who arrived here first of the week, will spend the summer at Maplewood Farm up New Creek

Mrs J C Watson, and sister Mrs Little, who is her guest, went to Blaine to visit their brother F G Hamill, vice president of the Hamill Coal Co.

Miss Georgia Shelly spent yesterday evening in Piedmont

If you want a cook advertise in the New's "Want Column"

Advertise in the News

New, neat, pretty, up-to-date Shoes. The Shoes that wear the best, fit the best are the best to buy. I M Long sells them.

If you want the newest pretties summer goods for ladies and children's wearing apparel go to I M Long's


PUBLIC SALE OF LIVE STOCK AND HAY
SATURDAY, APRIL 19TH, 1913

Beginning at 2 o'clock pm, I will sell at public auction at the residence of the late David G Staggs, near Ridgeville, W Va, the following described property:

2 high grade Shorthorn Cows, 1 high grade Shorthorn Cow and Calf, 3 yearling cattle, 1 two year steer, 3 calves, 14 fine ewes with lambs, 5 yearling ewes, 1 high grade Shropshire Ram, 1-2 interest in a two year old Angus Bull, 3 shoats, 1 Rick of Straw and 6 stacks of hay, Terms: a credit of 6 months will be allowed on $10.00 and over, purchaser to give Note with approved security, dayable at the First National Bank of Keyser. Sales under $10 will be cash. A discount of 3 percent allowed on sums of $10 and above. The above terms must be compiled with before property is removed.

D A Arnold, Executor of David G Staggs, Deceased


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R M WORKMAN
KEYSER W VA
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