MINERAL DAILY NEWS


MAY 28, 1914


PROMINENT CITIZENS WORKING ON ROADS

Business and Professional Men Taking

Part in Good Roads Work

In Mineral County

Today is the first day of the Good Roads Days, set apart by the Governor of the State and one would be surprised to see such a crowd of men at work on the road. Early this morning business men could be seen going to the country to help build permanent roads. Lawyers and Merchants are at work on the road leading to the cemetery. They are putting the finishing touches on the road that Street Commissioner A J Keenan started to widen. Dr Furbee is simply throwing the dirt in every direction, as is the very large and representative crowd that is laboring with him. Tomorrow will be the big day on this part of the road and every citizen who is desirous of putting in a day on the road will find a welcome with this bunch of good fellows. Why not go out this evening and see what has been done, and then, too, go a step farther and in the morning take your pick and shovel and hike to the county road and do a faithful days work for yourself and your appreciative friends.


PATTERSONS CREEK VALLEY

Some farmers have planted as many as 40 bushel of potatoes. If the season is not too dry Frankfort district will have its banner crop.

 

Mrs John Umstot and two children spent Sunday at Mr Samuel Flanagan’s.

 

Mr C W Sites visited Keyser on Thursday.

 

Mr Ernest Fleek went down to Cumberland Friday to visit among friends, and will leave there for Frostburg where he will spend a while with his brother, Alonza Fleek.

 

Mr C W Lease brought a load of wire from Keyser Wednesday.

 

Miss Sue Johnson spent Friday with Mrs S A Trask.

 

Mr Oliver Dayton and Luther Emmart are putting up a grain house for S S Flanagan this week.

 

Mr Amos Adams has not been quite so well the past week. Dr Lantz was up to see him Thursday.

 

Mrs E E Taylorwas a business visitor at Keyser Saturday.

 

Rev Frank Brooks preached a very able sermon Sunday morning at Eusebia. He will preach there again in 3 weeks at 11 o’clock.

 

Mr Triplet, the C&P lineman, was along fixing telephone boxes last week also put a box in for C H Staggs.

 

Jink.


RIDGEVILLE

Man injured by tree falling on him

It has been very hot, dry and dusty here until last evening when we were blessed with a fine rain.

 

Mr A H Metcalf was a business visitor in Keyser Monday.

 

Mr and Mrs H L Clause, Mrs Lula Liller and Miss Ruth Homan motored to Martin Sunday.

 

Mr Seymour Whip and mother of Headsville spent Sunday at Mr C E Taylor’s.

 

Miss Laura Davis is visiting in Keyser this week.

 

Mrs Stagg and sister, Miss Sallie Saylor, of Keyser, were visiting Mrs H L Clause Saturday.

 

Mr Will Dye was in Alleghany looking after his cattle first of the week. He got word that one of his fine steers was dead, and others sick. We are glad to say they are better.

 

Miss Mona Homan and Miss Lottie Smith spent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs H L Clause.

 

Mr Rooser Bane, while pealing bark was injured by a tree falling on him.

 

ANDE.


HEADSVILLE

Mr Edward B Carskadon and his daughter, Evelyn, of Fairmont were guests of his mother, Saturday and Sunday.

Miss Gertrude Staggs of Knobley spent last week with her sister, Miss Blanche.

Mr Bert Bailey, Miss Blanche Staggs, Mr John Ed Staggs and Miss Gertrude Staggs spent Sunday evening at Mr John Fertig’s.

 

Mr Benjamin Hickle of Cumberland spent last Saturday and Sunday with relatives here.

 

Mrs Chas McDonel and son, Henry, spent a few days last week with relatives and friends at Mt Lake Park.

 

Mr James E Sheetz was a Cumberland visitor Saturday. He took his automobile down to have it repaired.

 

Rev Bryan of Romney was calling here a few days last week.

 

Mr P M Dayton of Knobley was the guest of his brother, Robert, the last of the week.

 

Mrs Abner Bane of Burlington is the guest of her daughter, Mrs Dan Bailey this week.

 

Mr Charles Bane and sisters, Misses Grace and Cora, spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs Lucy Bailey.

 

Miss Pearl Sheetz and Mrs Lucy Bailey were guests of Miss Nina Knabenshue Wednesday.


A QUIET WEDDING

A very quiet wedding took place at the Southern Methodist parsonage last night at 8:30 o’clock when the pastor, Rev M H Keen, united in marriage Miss Mabel Brown Ritzel and Mr George Cather. They will reside in Keyser.


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TRANSCRIBED BY CANDY SHILLINGBURG, 13 MARCH 2004


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