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JANUARY 9, 1914
26 JUNE 2003
Misses Blanche and Bernie Duling were the guests of friends at Blaine the latter part of last week
Uncle Nat Kitzmiller has been right sick for several days. We hope he will soon regain his former health
Miss Pearl Anderson of Emoryville spent New Years here with friends
Mr J P Arnold visited his daughter, Mrs Harry Arnold, of Keyser, and Mrs Sadie Ray, of Piedmont, last week
Mr Ed Burns of Kitzmiller was the guest of W P Rodruck last week
Master Walter Arnold of Elk Garden visited his grandparents Mr and Mrs J P Arnold last week
Miss Mabel Clark visited relatives here last Tuesday
It is reported from good authority that the Davis Coal and Coke Co will reopen the four feet vein of coal at Wabash next spring. We hope the rumor may be a true one.
People are taxed high and a part of this tax is used to pay for the education of the boys and girls of our State. But many parents do not seem to realize the inestimable value of a common school education, and by failing to send their children to school, deprive them of the richest gift parents can bestow upon their sons and daughters. If parents do not exercise the authority of sending their children to school (and we have a number that do not regularly) the compulsory law ought to be enforced by the truant officer and that immediately.
Mrs J W Murphy and daughter, Miss Selma, of Henry, were guests of Mr Wm Taylor of Emoryville during New Year week.
Mr J H Murphy of near Emoryville reached his three score and ten years on New Year day. All of his children, with one exception, gave him a surprise dinner. It was a happy event to all. Many more birthday anniversaries be allotted to him.
Snow is from 18 inches to two feet deep here. If our memory serves us right this is the deepest snow since March 1902.
Mr George Dubois of Vestal, NY, spent several days at Stone House last week returned home Monday
Mr and Mrs E J Allen of Petersburg have been visiting relatives during the holidays
Miss Florence Cheshire of Old Fields spent the holidays with relatives returned to her school Friday
Messrs A T Ludwick and W C Whiteman returned from Iowa before the holidays
Mr and Mrs Frank Brenig of Cumberland were visiting relatives during the holidays
Miss Bessie Goldsborough of Romney is visiting at Stone House
Mrs Fannie Hansel and daughter Anna of New York City were visiting relatives here the past week
We are having fine sledding snow. The farmers are making good use of it
Mr O Wirgman has returned from Romney after spending some pleasant holidays with home folks
Miss Juanita Blackburn has returned to her school
Our genial assessor, Mr A H Metcalf, has bought the Ridgeville store, has been doing good business, has shipped lot of poultry, still shipping and more on hand. Has been so far successful he expects to soon put up a dwelling joining his store.
Mr Harry Welch is visiting his parents, will soon return to the West he is much pleased with the western country. We wish him much success.
Mr H A Rogers has opened a fancy grocery store on east Main street.
H L Clause is helping H C Homan to butcher a beef
Mr W E Amtower butchered a hog this week, which netted 495. Who can beat that?
Mrs C E Taylor was called home by the death of her father
Miss Laura Davis returned home after spending some time with Miss Mona Homan during the illness and death of her father, Rev H Homan
Miss Florence Markwood has been quite sick with a cold. She is doing some better now
Mrs H L Clause is appointed postmaster at Ridgeville
Mr Floyd Ellifritz took a load of poultry to Keyser today to ship to Baltimore
We are glad to say we are done whooping. Our school enrolls 16 scholars and 14 had the whooping cough at one time. Sometimes you would imagine the Marine band from Washington had turned out.
The Red Men enjoyed a supper in Odd Fellow’s hall last Saturday night. Oysters were served, ice cream and cake, puns and jokes, and they had a good time generally.
Rev John A Shockey has not been able to fill his pulpit for several weeks. From a severe cold, threatened with pneumonia, his disease has turned to inflammatory rheumatism and he is closely confined to his room.
Mr L O Taylor, principal of the Elk Garden school, spent his holidays in Baltimore and Washington
Miss Freda Kerns, whose finger was mashed under a car window, has been at the U P I hospital, Baltimore, the last four weeks. She expects to return about Jan 10.
Mr Elmer Sheetz, wife and daughter, Miss Annie, visited relatives at Pierce during the holidays. Mrs Bertha Biler, Harry Sheetz and wife, of Pierce, visited relatives here last week
Mr Geo R Branner, manager of the B&L store at Thomas, and family, were here this week. Mr Branner made a short stay but his wife and little daughter remains awhile.
Church services in the rural districts were called off last Sunday, Rev’s White and Messick, on account of the snow, both remained at home, being assured by phone that the church-goers were snow bound.
Mr Robert Greenwade of Davis, visited Mr Seymour Taylor last Sunday
On Saturday evening after Christmas our Dramatic Club played the “Cuban Spy” at Gormania and made good
Mrs B J Faller has returned from Baltimore. Mr Faller and wife are very proud of their second son.
It is not too late yet to congratulate Paul Markwood and Miss Mary Abernathy on their marriage at Kitzmiller, Md, a short time before Christmas, last year. Rev W W White performed the marriage rite
It was a young people’s debate last Friday evening headed by two experienced debaters. Resolved that Washington was of more service to his country than Lincoln. Affirmative, Wade Liller, Ralph Taylor, Madonna Smith, Earl Aronhalt, Margaret Droppleman. Negative, J E Aronhalt, Estel Bennear, Velma Wilson, Eva Dishong, Mura Kitzmiller. Decision two to one in favor of the affirmative.
Mrs Catherine Cummings died on Christmas morning, 1913, suddenly of heart trouble, at Ridgeley, this county, while on her way to church. She was visiting her daughter, Mrs Charley Kinkead, and the news of her sudden death came as a great shock to her husband and family at Elk Garden. Her body was interred at the Catholic cemetery at Keyser. She leaves to mourn her departure, her husband, Mr Luke Cummings, and children, John, Morris and Luke Cummings, and Mrs Mary Kinkead. She was about 50 years old and had a wide circle of friends.
Five musicians from Keyser played for a dance in Moody’s hall last Saturday evening. It was given by Sheriff Nethken.
There was but one ticket in the field for municipal honors last Tuesday. Perry Streets was elected mayor, and P F McNally recorder and five councilmen.
Mr J A Smith and Rev S S Umstot, were business visitors to Keyser one day last week
Mr Wallace Anderson, who spent the holidays at Washington, DC, returned home Friday.
Mr Sam Dawson of Lord, Md, spent a few days of last week with his parents here
Mr Arthur Sites and sister, Miss Alda, were calling on N R Taylor’s, near the Fountain, Wednesday
Miss Bessie Warnick was in Keyser Friday having some dental work done
Miss Belle Flanagan spent Friday with Mrs S A Trask
Mr Harry Cumberledge and Chester Staggers were in Keyser Saturday
Mr and Mrs S D Taylor spent New Years Day with Mrs Hilleary Rogers
Mr and Mrs H C Dawson spent Thursday with Mrs I F Umstot
Remember the spelling school at Reese’s Mill Saturday, Jan 10.
Mr J C Newhouse and Robert Stover of Keyser, two efficient electricians were over first of the week doing the wiring of the hotel, store, mill and dwellings in our little village
Mr J J Baker, auditor T M & P spent Sunday with H B Carlton
Mrs Harold Ludwig returned to her home at Elkins on Saturday evening
Agent Homer B Carlton and brother, Clarence, spent New Years Day with J C Kephart and family on Limestone
Mr Isae Baldwin of Philadelphia, Pa, was calling on Mr William Hershey one day last week
Miss Mary Newcomb who been attending school at Luke, Md, returned home last Friday a.m. via T M & P.
H B Carlton and son Homer made a hurry business visit to Keyser Monday
Mrs Batrich Curran is spending a few days with her husband at Barkville
Mr W P Wilfong spent the holiday season with parents and friends at Franklin, W Va
James Shoemaker who was spending Yuletide season at Capon Springs, returned home Saturday and reported at his old stand as fireman of the Pin Mill
Mrs Hubert Clower and children spent the holidays visiting relatives at Romney
Noah Hottinger spent a week visiting relatives in Keyser, returned home the day before Christmas
Hubert Clower was a business visitor at Romney Friday of last week
Mrs Harold Ludwick spent Christmas and holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs J H High and other relatives, left on T M & P train Saturday last for her home in Elkins
Miss Ettie High spent the holidays near Eglon, Preston county, attending the Brethren Bible term
Robt Rinker spent Christmas and a part of the holidays with his brother Albert Rinker and family of Cumberland
T M Brown, teacher of the Purgittsville school here, spent Christmas and part of the holidays with home folks near Doman
The vicinity Christmas tree at Otterbin-church night before Christmas was well attended best of order, a good time generally
D B Taylor and son Robt of Flats are housed up with rheumatism Dr Wright of Burlington is tending them
Isaac Liller has purchased another farm of his father in law Robt Arnold. It adjoins his farm
This vicinity was visited by a ten inch snow Saturday last
C E High’s barn roof was mashed down Sunday night by the heavy snow that fell Saturday last.
Mr P H Fahey has returned to Elkins
Lesley Cheasure, a driver for the Piedmont Ice Company, was accidentally thrown from the wagon at Child’s avenue, B&O crossing, Monday and severely jolted up.
Mr S L Dunn is spending this week with his family here. He expects to move his family to his new home at Coalton, W Va, sometime next week
Piedmont Company, No 10, U R K P, will hold a fair at the Armory commencing January 30
Mr Frank Barnard and family of New York are visiting relatives in the Tri-Towns
Miss Susan Barnard of Morgantown, W Va, is visiting relatives in the Tri-Towns
Mr and Mrs D F Graham and son, Master Paul, expect to leave for Florida shortly, where they will spend the remainder of the winter
Mrs Floyd Smoot of Hagerstown, Md, is the guest of her husband’s sister, Mrs Chas T Boone, of Luke, Md
Mrs Findell and son, Master Stewart, are visiting her mother, Mrs Jenkins, Elkins, W Va
Mrs Andrew Clark was taken yesterday from Westernport, Md, to the Hoffman Hospital at Keyser with a severe case of typhoid fever
J R Graney of the Navy Yard, Washington, is visiting relatives in Piedmont. He is suffering from an attack of rheumatism
Mr Samuel G Dixon left Thursday for Roanoke, Va, where he has a good position with the Virginia Lumber Co.
Miss Lulu Heskitt of Henry is visiting her uncle Capt. W E Heskitt
Mr and Mrs Timothy Kenny, of the Kenny House who had been visiting their son Rev Timothy B Kenny, West Forest Park, Baltimore, are at home
Rev McGuigan of Washington DC is the guest of his father, Mr John McGuigan, Main street, Westernport
Mr and Mrs Edward Whitworth will shortly move to Front Royal, Va, where he will engage in the steam laundry work
Miss Beulah Sigler returned to resume her studies at the Peabody Conservatory of Music, Baltimore
Miss Margeurite Neff returned to Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pa, Monday
Miss Alma Burnworth and Carlos Fredlock returned Monday to Western Maryland College at Westminster, Md
Messrs Robert Maybury, Christopher Ryan and Edward O’Donnell, students at Mt St Joseph College, Baltimore, Md, returned to resume their studies
Mr John Ryan, an electrical student at Washington DC has returned to his studies
Miss Edythe Whitten of Columbus, Ohio, has been appointed teacher of domestic science in the public schools of Piedmont
Prof. W H S White, principal of the Piedmont public schools, has returned from his old home in Doddridge county
Walter Wallace, aged 75, died at his home in Baltimore Saturday evening from old age. He was for many years a resident of Piedmont and had been a member of Philos lodge, No 91, I O O F, 44 years. He was a retired B&O machinist.
Piedmont Company, No 10, U R K P, of Piedmont, is arranging to attend the dedication and opening of the K of P armory in Keyser Friday night, January 16.
REVIEW OF JAN 7
Earl Parker of Keyser spent Christmas with his parents here
Miss Josephine Harmisons spent several days in Cumberland last week
Mrs O H Tarr spent several days last week with Miss Sue Sheetz in Keyser
J S Waddle has returned from Virginia, where he spent a month or more
F J Brooke, Jr, came from Richmond to spend the holidays with his father here
Harry Brown came home from Loudoun county to spend the holidays with his parents here
Miss Maggie Guthrie spent several days last week with the family of her brother W N Guthrie
Samuel Davy has returned here after a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs I H Davy at Purcellville, Va
Mr and Mrs Prescott Huidekoper spent several days last week with Mrs Huidekoper’s father in Virginia
Mrs W W McClaine and son spent a part of the holidays with her parents in Fairmont, returned Thursday
Misses Jessie and Beulah Engle, of Shenandoah Junction, have been visiting Misses Bessie and Blanche Goldsborough
Mr and Mrs Flagle have returned to their home in Baltimore and were accompanied by Miss Mary Guthrie who will visit them
Mrs L D Fowler of Gormania, Miss Beulah Durst, of Levels, and John Beckman of Portsmouth, Ohio, have been visiting at Lewis Heckman’s
T G Pownell, of Cumberland, spent several days in the southern part of the county Christmas week. He reported heavy snow and deep drifts in that section.
Mrs Leslie McDonald and her two little boys, all of Keyser, were guests at J H Cheshire’s Saturday and Sunday
Miss Florence Cheshire went back to her school Friday at Old Fields
Miss Blanche Burgess of Keyser spent several days among friends over here and returned Sunday to Keyser
Wren Swadley of Cumberland was back on the run a few days recently
It has been announced here that the folks will meet at J B Leatherman’s Sunday evening at 7 o’clock to organize a Bible class
Will Biser has been circulating on the Run among friends
Henry Powell spent holiday season among friends in Hampshire county
Leslie Cornell is back on the Run again since New Year
Geo E Arnold of Romney who had been spending some time out here, returned to Romney Monday
Robt Dayton, President of the county court, has been very ill with heart trouble. He is much better now and we hope will soon be out again
Perry Biser just brought home a new sled built by Jas Maloney
S W Whipp has just turned in with a bunch of fat cattle. Also a fine bunch of fat cattle just passed down the Run for Mr Welton at Cumberland
Every body come to the debate Friday evening at the school house. At that time a literary society is to be organized and hold regular meetings there after during the winter
B W Smith is selling a lot of fodder at 5 cents a bundle in the field. That beats buying it.
We have been having a considerable lot of snow and bad weather here the past week
Rev Wilhite preached a very interesting sermon to a small congregation Sunday night
Mr Albert Fout is visiting friends and relatives here at present
Miss Delphia Pancake is convalescent with a severe attack of Lagrippe
Mr T R Boseley has gone back to school after spending his Christmas vacation at home
Mrs Kennie Snider is on the sick list at this writing
We are glad to welcome our new friend and neighbor Mr Davil to our community
Miss Mabel Codner returned home Saturday from Keyser where she spent Christmas
There will be a box supper at Claysville school house Jan the 15 the public is cordially invited
Miss Harriett Rees of this city, formerly of Keyser W Va, and Mr William D Rockwood of East Brookland, were married, in the presence of their relatives and a few close friends, at the home of the bride’s uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Ernest B Swingle, Wednesday evening last. The ceremony was performed by Rev David H Kern, presiding elder of the Alexandria District, M E Church, South, an old friend of the bride’s family. Miss Elsie Rees of Fairmont, W Va, was her sisters only attendant, and Mr Lewis Boss was best man. The wedding gown was of white crepe de chine trimmed with lace and pearl ornaments, and the bride carried a bouquet of bride roses and sweet peas. The maid of honor wore blue silk, trimmed with white marabou. Mr and Mrs Rockwood left for a bridal trip to Hartford and Boston, and on their return will reside at their new home, 3006 17th street northeast, Washington DC.—Washington Star
On Wednesday evening last at the home of the bride’s sister, Mrs W C Pollock, Mozelle St, Mr Robert Lee Fisher of Keyser and Miss Arvella Bazzel of McCoole were united in marriage by the Rev H F Baughman.
On the bridge between Keyser and McCoole, Sunday, Lester See and Miss Edna May Stickley were married. Rev H F Baughman performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr Riley Stickley of Purgittsville and was visiting relatives here. The groom’s home is near the same place.
LICENSE TO MARRY
Edward C Kauffman and Norma Ruth Knott, both of Keyser
John Barr Scollick and Martha T Brodbeck, both of Lonaconing, Md
William Nelson Ruddle of Luke, Md, and Nellie Laura Allen, of Piedmont, W Va
Leslie Edgar See and Edna Stickley, both of Purgittsville, W Va
Charleston, W Va
More than 14,000 marriages were solemnized in W Va during last year according to the report of the State auditor compiled today. Ordinarily an average of 1,000 marriages a month has been considered a good record, but April of last year broke all records with a total of 1,518.
Word has been received of the death of B F Wells of La Boca, Panama, from in juries sustained in a runaway accident. He was a former resident of Marlington, W Va, where he had been yard foreman at the tannery. Four years ago he went to Petersburg, Grant county, W Va, to take charge of a tannery and from there he went to Panama, where he was employed by the United Fruit Co. He was 44 years old and a native of Buffalo, NY, where his father, Rev E L Willis yet resides. He was a Mason and Odd Fellow. His wife, one son and two daughters survive. Interment was made at La Boca.
Davis W Va
Louden Noland, 17 years old, high school student, was drowned late yesterday in the Blackwater river here. He was skating with Miss Velma Clark and they went down under the thin ice. Carl Deahl and Wise Mountain, who attempted a rescue, also went under when the ice gave way as they reached over the edge. Deahl and Mountain were gotten out, while Miss Clark proved to be a good swimmer and had little difficulty to keep from sinking. She was towed on a piece of pulp wood. Noland had hold of her foot and it was thought he would be gotten out, but he lost grip and sank. He was a member of the Boy Scouts.
Thomas M Darrah, aged 75 and unmarried, one of the best known hunters and fishermen in W Va, died here today of pneumonia. He was the author of many of W Va’s laws for the protection of game. He was active in Masonic organizations.
Rev Henry Homan died at 9:30 on Friday morning last at Ridgeville. He was 92 years old and was the oldest resident of Mineral county, and was known all over the adjoining counties, conducting revivals and camp meetings. He was born in Hesse Cassel, Germany, October 23, 1821, and came to America in 1844. After a long perilous voyage in a common sailboat he landed in Baltimore on the 28th day of January. He settled in what is now West Virginia and has been a prosperous farmer and fruit grower all the years. He died in the room in which he was married many years ago. The following children survive: Rev German O Homan, of Roanoke, Va, H C Homan, Mrs Olevia R Clause and Miss Mona Homan, at home. His wife died in the year 1890. Funeral services were held at 2 o’clock and burial was made in the family burying ground. His pastor, J H Wilhide, preached the sermon, assisted by Rev H V Wheeler, of Piedmont, and Rev M H Keen.
Parkersburg W Va
Following a demand that he turn over his money, J W Zearing, conductor on an interban car on the line of Parkersburg-Marietta and Interurban Electric Railway, looked into a barrel of a revolver last night in the hands of a masked holdup man. Zearing grabbed the man, and as he did so the robber fired, the bullet passing through the conductor’s hand. The robber then fled as the passengers on the car began to get off. The conductor was just entering a booth to receive orders when the incident occurred.
Eating home-grown watermelons on New Years Day is something rare in Caroline county, but John W Stowell had one yesterday which he declared was fine tasting as good as if it had just been eaten on a hot August night. The melon, with five others, was carefully wrapped in paper and placed in a room where there has been no fire. It remained there until yesterday, when it was cut and found fully ripe. One of the other melons cut a few days ago proved equally as good.
A Congressman W G Brown, “Junior” of W Va, who has been quite ill for several weeks, only getting out in time to vote for the final passage of the federal reserve bill, which he, as a member of the House committee on banking and currency, had an important part in framing, has gone to Florida to spend several weeks. The trip was advised by the physician who has been treating Mr Brown in order that he may have complete rest and be free from the worries and annoyances of a congressman’s life in Washington. He is expected to return soon after the reconvening of congress on January 12.It is understood that the friends of Senator Campbell of Jefferson county will suggest his appointment by the administration to the position of United States Marshal for the Northern District of W Va which shortly becomes vacant. He was the original Wilson supporter in “the State” having placed the President’s name at the head o the columns of this paper. The Virginia Free Press, early in August 1911 and long before and at the Baltimore Convention fought earnestly for the success of his candidate. It is claimed that his party service both in the legislature and in every campaign and the fact that heretofore he has never considered any appointive office no less than his support in Woodrow Wilson’s candidacy before the hand wagon hove in sight, entitles him to this political recognition. Certainly he possesses all the qualifications for office, and his appointment would be extremely popular with the rank and file for the party throughout W Va.
Remaining unclaimed in the post office at Keyser, W Va, week ending January 8, 1914.
Miss Alice Alcorn, Mrs Mae Carr, Mrs Jessie Criter, Miss Elizabeth Evans, Miss Viola Iser, Miss Ethel Jackson, Mrs Ellen Ruble, Miss Anna Simmons, Mrs L L Wright, H A Lee, J C Markwood, Vernon Shoemaker, Geo Thomas, Jr.
State Superintendent of Schools M P Shawkey is pushing the agricultural education movement in the State and so this end will hold conferences at six points in the state this month. Mr M J Abbey, State supervisor of agricultural teaching in the State, and professor of agricultural education of W Va University, will be in charge of these conferences which will be held as follows:
Welch, Jan 15, Charleston, Jan 16, Thurmond, Jan 17, Keyser, Jan 22, Clarksburg, Jan 23, Wheeling, Jan 24.
These conferences are to be held principally for the county and district school superintendents. Professor Abbey recently came to the department of schools from Utah, and has spent several years in agricultural education work in western states.
S S 9:45 am
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Subject: “The Church, Her Mission to the Age” This will be the first in a series of sermons on the church.
C E 6:45pm
Evening Worship: 7:30pm
Everybody welcome at these services.
H F Baughman, Pastor
The Board of Trade meeting, which was scheduled for Wednesday night, was postponed until next Monday night. It is earnestly urged that all the business men be present, as it is proposed to do something in a business way for Keyser. Come and bring the right kind of enthusiasm, work together, push together, pull together and something is bound to move. Also don’t forget to bring the ladies and add beauty to the scene, and have enough to stand in the front of the spelling line and go down like heroes.
The second annual meeting of the stockholders of the Farmer’s and Merchants Bank was held Tuesday. The old board of directors was re-elected. The newly elected directors organized by electing officers as follows: Dr Richard Gerstell, President; J R Bane, First-Vice-Pres; N R Taylor, Sec. Vice. Pres, George R Davis, Cashier; R A Welsh, Atty; Dr Gerstell, J R Bane and W C Long, finance committee.
Last Tuesday night the newly elected officers of Olive Branch Lodge No 25, K of P were installed by Deputy Grand Chancellor F N Adams, viz: C C; E M Stallings; ViceChancellor, John W Johnston; prelate, Basil Martin; master at arms, C B Hart; master of the work, W V Stewart; keeper of records and seal, W C Long; master of exchequer, George P Warner; master of finance, A V Douglas; inside guard, G H Castle; outside guard, Rex J Offutt.
Mrs W C Kinsey is visiting her sister in Cumberland
Miss Mary Frances Davis was in Cumberland this week
Miss May Nicholson is the guest of Miss Sadie Parks
Mr and Mrs C E Dayton are visitors in Cumberland
BORN, to Mr and Mrs C W Condron, Thursday, a fine son
BORN, Monday night to Mr and Mrs Walter M Babb, a fine son, Walter, Jr
BORN, to Mr and Mrs Clarence Biercamp, Thursday, a son.
BORN, on Sunday last to Mr and Mrs Ralph Wilson of Mt Savage, a daughter
W W Woods, of Thomas, spent Sunday with his family
Mr Carroll Elliott of Terra Alta was in Keyser this week
Mr and Mrs H G Wilson were in Cumberland on Tuesday
Mrs H S Pulliam was shopping in Cumberland on Tuesday
Mrs Charles Broome has returned from a holiday visit to Grafton
Mrs Oscar Cosner has had as her guest Miss Tacy Gaunt, of Parsons
Oliver Chilled Plows, Two car loads on road. Keyser Hardware Co.
Steotle Steorts has returned to Morgantown after the holiday vacation at home
Miss Hazel Smith was entertaining last week Miss Maude Smith of Wheeling
Mrs Rose Gerash and daughters of Wheeling are the guests of Mrs Lee Fletcher
Mrs Annie Wagoner and daughter have returned from a visit to Morgantown
Mr and Mrs Harry Carlin of Elkins are the guests of Mr and Mrs James Porter
Mr R C Grace of Pinto, Md, was in the city Tuesday and made us a pleasant call
Miss Myra Nefflen has returned to Morgantown after being at home for the holidays
Mr Charles J Alkire is attending the agricultural lectures in Morgantown this week
Prof. Fred Koelz has returned to the University at Morgantown after spending the holidays at home
Prof J W Stayman returned this week from Cleveland, Ohio, where he has been visiting his mother
Mrs C W Shelly who is ill with typhoid fever at the Hoffman hospital is getting along nicely
Miss Doris Paris, of Walnut Lawns, has gone to Oakland to visit her uncle, Mr Harvard Michaels
Prof B P Guines spent the holidays with his parents in Pittsburgh and has returned to his duties
Mr and Mrs Will Russell of Twin Mountain were the guests of Mr and Mrs E A Russell this week
Mr and Mrs C W Reed were the guests of Anthony Reed, Hughensburg, Pa, during the holidays
Miss Mary Moore, after spending the holidays at home, has gone to Clarksburg to attend the Normal School
Mrs H H King and daughter have returned to their home at Poconoke, Md, after a visit to Mrs T D Leps
Mrs J C Sharpless returned last evening to her home in Gormania after a visit to relatives here and in Piedmont
Dr M F Wright of Burlington was in town this week. He accompanied his son this far, on his way to school at Strasburg
Contractor Shelley expects to finish the K of P Armory this week and next week the Uniform Rank will begin their fair
Mrs H H White and daughters, Marion and Eloise, of Terra Alta, are the guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs G P Warner
Mr and Mrs Grover Coonian and children, who have been the guests of Mrs J Moomau of McCoole, have returned to Cumberland
Mrs F P Kelley and son James, of Fairmont, have returned home, after spending the holidays with her sister, Mrs B B Cavitt
Misses Mae Paris, Elizabeth Glover and Lucy Trask have returned from Westernport, where they were the guests of Miss Josephine Patrick
Hon Henry G Davis, of Elkins, and his secretary, C M Hendley of Washington, and Mr T B Davis of New York, were in the city Tuesday, at the office of William MacDonald, taking depositions in legal matters
Mrs J Z Terrell is in Baltimore this week
Mr John Bailey of Headsville was in the city Thursday
Aluminum ware at reduced prices. Keyser Hardware Co.
Mrs Lena Hutson and son have returned from Headsville
Mr and Mrs Leo Brotemarkle have moved back from Newburg
Mr E A Russell has been in Fairmont on business this week
Mr Jacob Cheshire of Burlington was in the city yesterday
Mr Robert Fout of Purgittsville is visiting in the city this week
Mr John Rinehart of Alaska, was in the city on business yesterday
Mr Quail Andrews of Piedmont, was a Keyser visitor Wednesday
Sewer Pipe and all its fixtures in any quantity. Keyser Hardware Co.
Mr Roy Wolford has returned to his studies at the University of Maryland
Miss Hattie Coffroth has returned from a visit to her sister at Mt Savage
Mrs Marshall Sayre and Miss Hallie have returned from a visit to Grafton
Mrs H G Fisher and little daughter are visiting in Cumberland this week
The old year was watched as it took its departure and the New Year was already begun before a party of young people, who had come to “watch the old year out” journeyed to their homes. On that night the following young people were present at Mr Robert Doll’s near Antioch: Misses Anna Kate Feaster, Anise Likin, Eva Mott, Kathryn Grayson, Edith Harrison, Maude Gardner, Ruth Martin, Nellie Likin, Effie Leatherman and Lula Harrison, Messrs, Earl Martin, Ira Feaster, James Doll, Walter Whittaker, Dow Flemming, Edward Ellifritz, Lynn Mott, Seymour Pyles and Herbert and Ray Thrush. They all behaved unseemingly well, for a pleasant time was shared equally among those present. Games of interest were played until 12:15, when the young people separated for their respective homes. We all thank Mr and Mrs Doll for their kindness and for permitting us to remain to carry out our proposed party. As I heard afterwards I think it was about 12 hours for some to be away from home, because they left home they say at 5 o’clock in the evening and got back at 5 the next morning. Of course there was no limited time to go or to come.
MAYBE AFTER ALL
Cupid’s plans do not always pan out as expected, but the little fellow with the bow and quiver of arrows is sometimes patience personified and those whom he has pierced with the arrows from his bow generally find a way to overcome every obstacle leading to a happy consummation of dreams of wedded happiness. A license was issued yesterday to Edward G Kauffman, aged 21 years, and Miss Norma Ruth Knott, both of Keyser, W Va. The young man, who it is stated, stands well with the people of that town, is industriously engaged with his father, Mr R T Kauffman, in the restaurant business near the B&O depot in Keyser. Miss Knott is the daughter of Mr W I Knott, a prominent merchant of Keyser, and is a pretty little lady of sixteen years, a student at one of Keyser’s schools. The young people have been quite attentive to each other and during the holiday season the little band of gold with solitaire diamond setting was offered and accepted. The license and the minister with the fateful words were the next requisite and the former was obtained yesterday, but word came from Keyser last evening that there had been no wedding neither was it likely there would be, and at midnight it was reported that the groom elect had retired for the rest of the night. It was stated there was parental objection to Miss Knott’s marriage because of her tender years, but when Mr Knott was asked about the proposed wedding he appeared quite calm, stated his daughter had attended school yesterday, that she had not yet been married. Evidently he did not believe she was very serious in the matter; neither had he the least thing to say about the young man. The report was given out, however, by a friend of Miss Knott, that the young lady was not at present contemplating matrimony and that securing of the license was premature. However, McCoole Maryland is just across the river from Keyser; there are several ways reaching of McCoole with an obliging parson, and it is said that “love will find a way.”
Sublimed sulphur, 120 grains; glycerin, 5 fluid drams; acetic acid, 1 fluid dram. Apply repeatedly to each wart, continuing the treatment for several days. The warts dry up and then drop off.
FOR FLETCHER’S CASTORIA
A P BROWN & BRO
KEYSER, W VA
THINGS TO EAT
ALL FIRST CLASS AND FRESH
OF ALL KINDS
NUTS AND ORANGES
HOME MADE KRAUT
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
28 ARMSTRONG STREET
25 hp Tourist Car $750
25hp Torpedo Runabout $725
35hp Touring Car; Self Starter, Electric Lights, $1225
Automobiles repaired, Automobile supplies,
Automobiles for hire, Second hand cars for sale
T H DAVIS
PHONE 31-K, KEYSER, W VA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SAVE AND BANK YOUR MONEY
NEXT YEAR AND YOU WILL HAVE A
HAPPIER NEXT XMAS
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
OF KEYSER W VA
FOR SALE—Farm, two miles from Keyser. U G Workman, Keyser, W Va
NURSING—A practical nurse will go out on cases of all kinds. Apply at Tribune office
VIAVI TREATMENT—I will be at the Reynold’s Hotel the second and last Wednesday of every month, from 1 until 3 o’clock pm. MRS. L M KENNISTON, MANAGER
SCHOOL BOOKS!—Bought new for this term, 6th grade of school, used about two weeks. Good as new. Will be sold at a reduction. To any student entering this grade this will be a bargain.
Elson Literature, Book One
Modern English, Book Two
New World Speller
Hygiene and Sanitation
Mace’s Primary History
Frye’s First Geography
Apply at this Office
DR C W LEPS—DENTIST
J M LINTHICUM, AGT, KEYSER, W VA
LILLER’S LUMBER PARLORS, MINERAL STREET, KEYSER, W VA
KEYSER TRIBUNE--$1.00 A YEAR
KEYSER PHARMACY, KEYSER, W VA
DO YOU WANT REAL ESTATE—SEE E G KIMMELL, KEYSER, W VA