MAY 8, 1914
B&O FIREMAN KILLED;
ENGINEER BADLY INJURED
GraftonFireman P S Reber was killed and Engineer C Prophet injured seriously and a brakeman slightly hurt today when a boiler exploded on the engine of a Mononga division of a railroad near Arden, 16 miles south of Grafton, after a crown sheet of the engine had given way from an unknown cause. The engine was completely wrecked.
Mrs Emma A Shrout died at her farm house at Forman, W Va, April 20, aged 65 years, 3 months and one day. Funeral at Lahmansville, April 23rd.
The funeral of Frederick Dreyer, the German who committed suicide April 12, by hanging himself to a tree near Paw Paw, W Va, with his belt strap, will take place this afternoon from Butlers Mortuary Chapel. Burial will be in Allegany Cemetery. Undertaker G Stanley Butler has made numerous efforts to find some of Dreyers relatives, but has been unable to discover anyone who knew him.
Mrs Lillian Grace Grove, of Keyser, aged 27 years, died Friday at 4 am at the Allegany Hospital, following an operation for appendicitis. The body was removed to the Stein funeral parlors whence it was taken to the home of a brother, C R Barker, at Keyser, Friday afternoon on the B&O train NO 55. The deceased is survived by her mother, Mrs Sarah E Barker, residing at Cumberland; three sisters, Mrs A W Camp, of Piedmont; Mrs Jas Coffman, of Bloomington and Mrs Oates, of Keyser; two brothers, A W Barker, of Fulton, NY and G A Barker of Keyser. The remains were taken to Swanton, Md, on Monday morning, where services were conducted in the Presbyterian church and burial made in the Episcopal cemetery at this place.
There will be a primary election on Tuesday the 19th day of May, 1914, to select four candidates for City Councilmen to be voted for at the general election to be held on Tuesday, June 2, 1914. Statements of candidacy in such primary election must be filed with the City Clerk on or before Saturday, May 9, 1914.
L M Bomberger, City Clerk.
The following resolutions were adopted by the Ladies Mite Society of the Keyser Presbyterian Church:
The members of the Society desiring to express their great sorrow and loss at the death of their beloved President, Miss Margaret Sheetz, who died April 24th, 1914, in the 71st year of her life, and their sincere appreciation of her sweet Christian character and bowing to the will of Him who doeth all things well.
Therefore: Be it resolved by the Mite Society of the Keyser Presbyterian Church:
First: In the death of Miss Maggie, as she was lovingly familiarly known to us all, this Society has suffered a great loss, she being our honored President for more than a score of years during all those years, her wise councils, tast gentle forbearance and unwavering faith in her Redeemer were an inspiration to all. Second: That in her life, Miss Maggie Sheetz exhibited a womanly modesty, refinement and culture that all might emulate; that in 32 years of constant work as teacher in the Primary Department of our Public School, these virtues were of untold power for good in the lives of the little ones she loved and taught. As a member of our Church since girlhood, she was always regular in attendance, faithful as Sunday School teacher, loyal and generous to all Church causes.
Third: That we extend to the members of her family our heart felt sympathy, and commend them to the love and comfort of that Saviour in whom their loved one has fallen so peacefully asleep.
Fourth: That these resolutions be spread upon like minutes of the Society and also published in the papers of the town.
16,000 ACRES FOR U.S. FOREST
Cumberland, MdThe National Forest Reservation Commission approved for purchase under the Weeks law the Bridges estate, consisting of 16,000 acres, lying on the Allegheny Mountains, east of Laneville, W Va, for $2.50 an acre. The land was owned by the late Robert Bridges, of Hancock, Md, and was sold by his sons, Henry P Bridges, Baltimore, and F Wilbur Bridges, Hagerstown, Md. Approximately 5,974 acres are in Randolph county, W Va, while the remainder is in Tucker county. The commission has also approved of the purchase from H C Lond of 200 acres in Tucker county. With these new purchases, the Governor now owns within the Monongahela area, 36,887 acres, purchased at an average rate of $2.83 per acre.
CLEAN UP DAY NOTICE
The Mayor and City Council have designated Tuesday May 12, 1914 as Clean Up Day. All accumulations of trash and rubbish, exclusive of ashes, will on this day be carted by the city authorities. Householders are requested to place all refuse matter that has accumulated on their premises, in the alleys in the rear of their lots, where practical, or in receptacles in front of their premises, on Monday, May 11. All are also wanted not to place any ashes in the alleys or in front of the premises. These must be cared for by the Citizens. The City will not haul them away. It is earnestly hoped that the Citizens will co-operate with the City authorities to make Clean Up Day as successful this year as it was last. By order of the Council, F B Babb, Mayor.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Main & Piedmont Streets
Rev O A Price, Pastor
Worship and Sermons11am and 8pm
Prayer MeetingWednesday 8pm
Visitors and Strangers Cordially Welcomed.
Davis St. near Center
9:45amSunday School, J T Sincell, Supt, Mens Bible Class
Preaching: Bought with a Price
7:30pmEvening Worship, The Temptation
6:45pmYoung Peoples Meeting, CE
Mid Week Prayer service Wednesday 7:30pm
Mothers Day, the pastor will preach a sermon appropriate to the observance of Mothers Day.
Third Sunday after Easter, as follows:
Celebration of the Holy Communion 8am
Sunday School, Mr C M Miller, Supt, 9:45am.
Morning Prayer and sermon 11 oclock
Evening Prayer and sermon 8 oclock
The public are most cordially invited to attend all of the services.
R E L Strider, Rector
The Columbia Stock Co, which has been playing to large crowds for two weeks will conclude with tomorrow nights performance their successful engagement here. This company is one above the average and is worthy of all praise possible. The work among the members of the company is well balanced and possibly but very few stock companies can boast of having such a variety of shows wherein so few people must know as many parts as the members of the Columbia Stock Co. It is hoped that Keyser will see this company again soon as well as its members, who while here this time have made a large number of friends.
Dr C W Leps, dentist, who has his place of business at Dr Babbs office, on Armstrong street has moved into large quarters in the Bane building, Main street, on the second floor to the right where he will be pleased to see his many friends when in need of dental work.
MEETING AT COUNCIL CHAMBER TONIGHT
There will be a citizens meeting at the Council Chamber tonight at 7:30 oclock for the purpose of organizing a baseball team. Baseball fans and others interested in seeing Keyser have a good team are cordially invited to attend and express their opinions which are earnestly solicited.
LewisburgMrs Margaret Ann Rucker, 83 yrs old, widow of Dr William P Rucker, died here yesterday. She was the mother of Congressman William W Rucker, of Missouri. Mrs Rucker was a native of Bedford county, Va. Besides Congressman Rucker she is survived by two other sons, H S Rucker, Marlinton, W Va and J T Rucker, Lewisburg, W Va, former superintendent of the W Va institution.
B OF RT MEMORIAL SERVICES
The Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen will hold Memorial services on next Sunday at Music Hall. All are cordially invited to attend. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen are requested to meet at the lodge at 1:30 oclock and from there go in a body to the hall.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
The undersigned is ready to receive bids on the erection of a Grand Stand on the grounds of the Prep School, Keyser, W Va. Blue prints and specifications may be obtained by calling at the office in the Prep School building. Bids must be submitted no later than May 11th, 1914. Jos W Stayman
I have for sale near Headsville, W Va, a farm consisting of 165 acres for $600 cash. This is a bargain and will be offered at this price but for a short time. Call or write the undersigned if you are interested. Harry G Fisher.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to the estate of Nathaniel Kitzmiller please come forward and settle up. Those having claims against the estate will present them to me properly proven for settlement.
John P Arnold
Hartmonsville, W Va
To the voters of Mineral County
I here announce myself candidate for the office of County Commissioner subject to the Republican primaries. Your support solicited. E E Biggs
Miss Edith Smith spent from Saturday until Monday at her home near LaVale, Md.
Mrs J W Dunn and little son spent last week with her mother, Mrs Nancy Bowden.
Miss Nannie Dowden is visiting relatives at Burlington this week.
Wm Wagoner moved over in Hampshire county the first of the week. He will work for the Springfield Orchard Co.
Miss Nellie Abams has returned from an extended visit to friends at Magnolia, W Va.
Mrs R G Wilson, of Henry, is visiting her brother, R M Johnson, of this place.
Miss Mabel Armstrong was visiting friends in Cumberland last week.
Miss Mary Carvey came over from Romney Friday and spent Sunday and Monday at home here.
J S Harmon and son of Gasoway, are visiting J M Armstrong and other relatives in this neighborhood.
J K Staggers of Reeses Mill was a business visitor in Alaska on Monday.
J T Vandergrift, Alfred Ridgeley and Willard Everstine were business visitors here on Tuesday.
Sheriff Nethken and Dr Furbee of Keyser were in town a few hours on Sunday.
A mass meeting was held here Tuesday afternoon to take steps to prevent the County Court from building a bridge across Patterson Creek at the Davis Ford, as a bridge at the ford is not needed and would benefit only a few families who live in the neighborhood and would cost the taxpayers over $5000.00 to build. It was decided to bring suit in the Circuit Court of this county to obtain an injunction against the building of said bridge. The majority of the tax payers in this end of the county are very much opposed to the building of this bridge, and several weeks ago sent petitions to the County Court, containing about 200 names protesting against their action in this matter, but the court ignored the petitions and proceeded to let the contract for the building of the bridge. It is to be hoped that the injunction can be obtained and the money used in building better roads, for many of our roads are in terrible condition and getting worse all the time.
Mothers Day, May 10, will be union service at Elk Garden. The different orders will turn and the service will be held in the M E Church, South. The Mothers Day sermon will be preached by Rev John A Shockey. All are welcome.
Circuit Court at Keyser had quite a number of witnesses from Elk Garden.
The store room at the firm of E M Norman & Co has been remodeled and enlarged and in many ways made more convenient for their trade.
Mrs Cal Shepherd was seriously hurt a few weeks ago by the explosion of a dynamite cap. The cap was lying on the floor and it is supposed that the jar of pounding carpets exploded it severely injuring her limbs. She is improving.
Mr John G Gordons family started for Niagara Falls, their future home last Monday. We are sorry to see them go away, but they have the best wishes of every one here that they may find a pleasant home.
Died, at the residence of Robert McDonald, April 30, 1914, Henry Cavey, age 81 years. The body was interred in St Peters cemetery , Westernport. He is survived by the following children, Mrs Kate Harris, Mrs Harry Ritcher, Mrs Robert McDonald, Mrs Robert Howarth, Mrs Wallace Cunningham, Wm and Henry Cavey.
Mr James Donnelly, the blind man, has improved his property on Maple street. Let others do likewise.
Rev L C Messick is conducting revival services at Sulphur.
Mrs Rosa Dean returned Sunday afternoon from Mr John P Arnolds where she has been keeping house while Mr and Mrs John P Arnold was at the hospital at Keyser. Mr Arnold is much better.
The ladies supper and festival at the hall last Saturday evening was quite a success, financially and socially.
Review of 6th
H B Gilkeson and Jno J Cornwell, special commissioners, last Wednesday sold the land of the late Robert C Hook in Capon district at public auction on the premises. John W Hook of Winchester was the purchaser at $4000.
E W Noland of Levels spent Monday in town.
Mr and Mrs Wm Cookus of Keyser are visiting R H Cookus.
Mr and Mrs Daily Kenny returned last week to their home in Rainelle.
Dr J S Offutt of Capon Bridge was a business visitor to Martinsburg Friday.
Miss Ada Kenny of Piedmont has been spending several days with Miss Willie Parsons, near town.
Miss Esther and George Thomas returned last week from a visit of several months to Florida.
Miss Jane Sloan of Burlington was the guest of Misses Elizabeth and Cornelia Harmison the first of the week.
Mrs J Kuykendall spent Saturday and Sunday in Martinsburg the guest of her daughter Mrs Earl Amick.
Misses Hattie Wilson, Ann and Mary Vandiver and John Wilson of Burlington attended the baseball game here last Saturday.
J W Crawford left Tuesday for Clarksburg where he will represent the Hampshire lodges in the tri-enial meeting of the Modern Woodmen of America.
Geo H Johnson, W H Malooney and V M Poling, of this place, and John Markwood and Frank Brown of Headsville left Monday to attend the annual Confederate reunion at Jacksonville, Fla.
Miss Nelia Purnell DuPuy,of Harrisonburg, Va, a niece of Mrs R W Daily, of this place, and who has been a frequent visitor here and James Bradshaw Beverly, Jr, eldest son of Mr and Mrs J B Beverly of Winchester, will be married in Christ Pentecostal Church, Wednesday, June 17th. Miss DuPuy is now assisting superintendent of the Rockingham Memorial Hospital at Harrisonburg of which her sister, Miss Nan L Dupuy is the superintendent. Mr Beverly is a well known young business man of Winchester and holds a responsible position with the Virginia Woolen Company.
John W Miller died April 24 at his home three miles east of Capon Bridge, of pneumonia, aged 51 years. He leaves one daughter, Mrs Grover C Crane. His wife died with typhoid fever several years ago. He leaves one brother, Hanson Miller, and two sisters, Mrs Frank Keiter and Miss Amanda Miller. He will be missed in the UB church. He was an upright man and the best in the neighborhood to visit the sick. Burial on Sunday at Fairview Cemetery. Rev H P Lawrence conducted the services. R F Riley
Ira C Pugh, formerly of this place, but who has been engaged in business in Monessen, Pa, died suddenly in the Western Maryland Hospital in Cumberland last Wednesday night. He had not been well and was on his way home here, but was taken ill in Cumberland and removed to the hospital where the end came from heart failure.
Hugh Beaty, aged about 60 years, died at his home, four miles south of Romney, Sunday, after an illness extending over several months. Mr Beaty with his family came here from Pennsylvania some years ago and was employed by the United States Leather Co. Afterward he purchased the Robinson place, four miles south of Romney, where he resided at the time of his death. He leaves a wife and several children.
Miss Katie Hass and J T Saville were married at the home of the bride Wednesday of last week.
Dr J Raymond Kirk, of Paw Paw, has been in town in charge of his brother, Dr Wm Kirk, who has been so seriously ill from congestion of the lungs. Mr Wm Kirk and wife and Mrs George Lucas of Roanoke were called here the latter part of the week and took the doctor to Roanoke Monday.
Miss Jennie Parker spent a part of last week at Ridge Dale.
(Moorefield Examiner 30th)
Miss Alice Heiskell who has been visiting in Washington and other points has returned to her home here.
George, Joe and Jim Wright of Burlington came up last week and visited relatives here for a few days.
Mrs Ben Tharp and son left this week for Youngstown, Ohio, where Mrs Tharp will spend some time visiting her sisters.
Mrs J H Hiner was called to Cumberland last week by the illness of Mrs Ernest Hiner, who was very ill, but is now improved.
Mr and Mrs W F Friddle, Emory Bean and M A Bean were called to Woodstock, Va, last week by the illness of Miss Alice Bean.
Mr and Mrs J S Gamble and Mrs Ida Wood, who spent the winter at Phoenix, Arizona, arrived here yesterday, having been called home by the death of B W Chrisman.
Ward Wood, of Lost River, spent a few nights here the past week on his way to and from Alleghany, where he was helping A D Wood, of this place, take some cattle and horses to graze.
Robt G Lobb of Washington, Pa, arrived last week to visit relatives and friends here.
Mrs Ernest Bowman, who spent a week here visiting, left for her home at Franklin last Friday.
Arnot Jordan, of Wardensville, spent several days here last week on his way to Akron, Ohio, where he expects to locate.
Mrs Robt VanMeter, who spent several weeks with her parents near Winchester, returned to her home here yesterday.
E O Harwood, Sr, of Elkins, came in last week to visit his son Postmaster Harwood. Mr Harwoods health has greatly improved. His son, W G Harwood brought him in and spent several days here renewing old acquaintances.
The news of the death of Branson W Chrisman came Tuesday as a shock barbed with pain and sorrow. When the paper last came to you the many friends of the deceased thought he was improving from his recent illness. Today all that was mortal of our friend and townsman is at peaceful rest in our silent city. Mr Chrisman was taken ill several weeks ago with bronchial asthma and for some days was very ill but his condition appeared to improve, but Tuesday morning about 4 oclock he took a very sudden turn for the worse and passed away before a physician could be summoned. Mr Chrisman was born and raised on Lost River and was 58 years old. He came to Moorefield a number of years ago and for several years conducted a general store in partnership with J S Gamble. When their business was closed up he retired from active
life. He is survived by his widow; one daughter, Miss Pattie Chrisman, one sister, Mrs Joseph Harper, and two brothers, Isaac and Frank Chrisman, of Lost River besides a host of other relatives and friends.
Miss Alice Bean, aged 53 years, died at the home of her sister, Mrs Abraham Bauserman, near town, Sunday night at 11 oclock following an illness of one month of malaria fever. Miss Bean was a daughter of the late James Bean, a prominent farmer of Moorefield, W Va. She was a woman of sterling worth and was highly respected by all who knew her; for many years she had been a devout member of the Methodist church. Two sisters, Mrs Bauserman of this place, and Mrs W Frid-. (no ending)
Capt Patrick Mullen and Messrs John Hannon, J A Blackiston and Patrick Mullen, Jr left for a weeks visit to the ever memorable battlefield of Gettysburg, Pa.
Mrs Z T Kalbaugh is visiting friends in Martinsburg.
The funeral of Mrs Blanche Ack took place Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock with interment in Philos Cemetery.
The sympathy of the tri-towns is with Mr and Mrs Charles F Peters in the death and burial of their bright little daughter Margaret.
Mr Charles T Rhodes, of Philadelphia, is visiting relatives here.
It is a violation of the Maryland game laws to catch brook trout in 27 runs and streams of water in Garrett county and this law will be in force until the spring of 1916.
The M Shapiro store was sold at auction today by the trustee in bankruptcy for the sum of $3,200. The purchaser was from Martinsburg.
Harry F Smith will build on Potomac Island Park a handsome residence for his own use.
Claude W Gretzner, Jr, has returned from a visit to Baltimore and Washington, DC.
Mr George W Robinette, a former Piedmont boy, but now of Columbus, Ohio, is visiting his mother here.
The Ladies Guild of St James Episcopal Church and the vestry of the same church held a meeting this evening in the rectory in regard to the $2,500 improvements contemplated on the church edifice.
The farmers are busy getting ready to plant corn.
Bert Helman went to Pennsylvania Thursday of last week to visit home folks.
Mrs Bessie Bertie from the state of Utah, who has been visiting her brother, John A Veach, and other relatives here expect to leave for home this week.
Charlie Kessell, of this place, who has been employed as manager of the River Hill Orchard, near McNeill, is moving with his family there this week.
Jack Kelly, who resigned as manager of the River Hill Orchard, is moving into his house here. He will travel with John A Veach.
Wm Miller of near Glebe will move on the Charles Kessell farm and run it.
Rev Geo S Arnold, of Beaver Run, preached at White Pine Church last Sunday.
We are glad to note that Noah Leatherman is able to walk about the house.
Isaac Liller and Bert Hilman have a large logging contract on John Sloans farm near Burlington.
The baseball team of this place have built a grand stand at their diamond for the accommodation of visitors.
We are having more rain and wind at present.
Mr and Mrs Daniel Bane of Pinto were visiting Mrs D W Taylor Sunday.
Mr Ernest Amtower is spending a few days with his brother, W E Amtower.
Mr A H Metcalfe is having an addition built to his store.
Mrs Lulu Liller spent Thursday in Cumberland.
Mr and Mrs C E Taylor were calling at D W Taylors Sunday evening.
Mr Floyd Ellifritz has moved his family back to the mountain farm.
Mrs H L Clause entertained a number of friends Friday.
Mr E O Rawlings was at Keyser Tuesday.
Mr Bayard Taylor spent Sunday with home folks.
Men are scarce in our vicinity.
We are having fine weather. Farmers are busy getting ready to plant corn. House cleaning has been in full blast for a couple of weeks.
Mr Arthur Fout was at Sulphur City Monday after a load of potatoes.
Sunday School was organized last Sunday with the following officers: Supt T W Ward; Sec and Treas, Miss Belle Bosely; Organist, Miss Pearl Bosely; Teachers, T R Bosely, H E Burgess and Miss Leota Fout. Sunday School at 9:30 am.
O C Amtower of South Cumberland is visiting his mother.
Miss Watson and Miss Martin of Maplewood Farm attended preaching service in Keyser last Sunday morning.
Miss Eliza Ellis of Hartmonsville is a sojourner at the home of H E Burgess.
Misses Lucy and Annie Streets and Mr Bertie Ervin of Keyser were guests at Locust Lawn Farm last Sunday.
Miss Grace Cleveland, who has been spending some time in Piedmont, is at the home of her uncle Jack Cleveland and has typhoid fever.
W B Bosely of Cherry Hill Farm made a flying trip to Keyser last Saturday.
Mr and Mrs Chas Thomas were visiting at W W Thomas at Laurel Dale Sunday.
T W Ward of Bachelor View Farm was in Keyser Saturday. We think he was looking for a cook.
Mr M B Kuykendall, of Rees Mill, was in the city Thursday on business.
This time is now at hand for your Terra Cotta pipeFrye & Son have a large stock on hand.
Before buying summer underwear come and see our line. Plenty to select from. McCoole & Lyons.
A fine selection of farm seeds, large supply of grass seeds, at Frye & Sons store.
Albert Hamill and sister, Miss Florence, Miss Virginia Wells, Ed Mytinger and Clyde Hott motored to Romney last evening.
All kinds of country produce bought and sold at Geo T Carskadons.
You make no mistake when buying dry goods from MCCoole & Lyons, corner Main and Armstrong streets.
Screen doors and fly swatters are ready to use. See Frye & Sons.
Mrs H C Thrush and daughter Beulah were shopping in the city Wednesday.
Get your fertilizers at Geo T Carskadons.
Mr Will Adams was in town on business yesterday.
See the pretty styles at I M Longs store.
Earl Rogers and Miss Beulah Thrush, Clyde Hott and Miss Florence Hamill attended preaching at Rees Mill Sunday evening.
New line embroidery flouncing from to 10c to $1.25 yd. At Wilsons.
Elijah Taylor was in town on business Tuesday.
The Oliver Plow! The plow that stands the test and sold by Frye & Son.
Mrs C L Everhart of Piedmont street had the interior of their home decorated with Mellotone sold by C P Peters.
Come in before the variety is lessened. Our dress goods are selling fast. D Long & Son.
Mr and Mrs Geo Grant and son of Cumberland were visiting with their daughter, Mrs P D Peters, of Mozelle street.
Beautiful dress goods now on display. I M Long.
Chas N Finnell has returned from his trip to Charleston.
I M Long has the lowest prices in town.
Mrs Hattie Emmons of Philadelphia, who was called here by the death of Miss Maggie Sheetz, has gone to Rawlings to spend a day or two. She will also visit at Cumberland, Romney, Front Royal and other places on her way home.
Call in and see our select line of wearing apparel. Youll be pleased. D Long & Son.
W S Shrout and family were here Wednesday night. Mr Shrout recently sold his property at Gormania and has bought a farm near Burlington, to which place he is moving.
FEAR NO EVIL
THE GHOST OF MOTHER EVE
THE DESPERATE CHANCE
MISCHIEF ? 2 REELS
FEMALE BOOK AGENT
MYSTERY OF THE LADDER OF LIFE
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
COLUMBIA STOCK CO.
CLEAN, POLITE AND PLEASING SHOWS
10C AND 20C
CARPET SWEEPER VOTING CONTEST
Fill in below your name and address,
Plainly written and send to the Keyser
Tribune, at Keyser, W Va.
With each new subscription from April 24, 1914, will give ten votes
To a Carpet Sweeper. This Carpet Sweeper is valued at $10.00.
It is known as the Duntley Pneumatic Sweeper. Their ad appears
On another page of this paper. Sweeper is on display at Tribune Office.
10 VOTES Number of votes in this corner indicate value of this coupon.
MAKE YOURS THE HOME BEAUTIFUL
BY DECORATING YOUR WALLS WITH
PEE GEE FLATKOATT
THE MODERN, DURABLE, FLAT OIL FINISH
S & T HARDWARE COMPANY
KEYSER, W VA
We have just received our Spring line of Dry Good, Notions
And Summer Shoes. We carry a full line of Waldo Shoes for
Men and Kamen Shoes for Ladies. Satisfaction Guaranteed
COUNTRY PRODUCE A SPECIALTY
RUSSELLDALE, W VA
CALL AND SEE US
D LONG & SON
LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE IN
LADIES WEARING APPAREL
BOYS AND GIRLS APPAREL
THE LATEST SPRING STYLES ON DISPLAY
CALL AND SELECT YOUR CHOICE BEFORE ITS TOO LATE.
THE OLD RELIABLE STORE
We pay the very Highest Prices for all kinds of
Trade and always treat you right. Will be glad to
To see all our old friends as well as new ones.
Dont fail to come and see us. Yours Truly,
GEO T CARSKADON
KEYSER, W VA
ONE COAT MADE MY FURNITURE NEW
CHAS P PETERS, KEYSER, W VA
A LAWRENCE PAINT FOR EVERY PURPOSE
THE STORE THAT SELLS
CHEAP FOR CASH
MORE GOODS FOR THE SAME MONEY
95 N WATER STREET, KEYSER
LET THE HORSE GO
BRIGHTS VEHICLE DEPARTMENT
NIFTY STYLESHIGHEST QUALITY
IS IT SATISFACTORY?
SEND YOUR NEXT ORDER TO THE
WORK GUARANTEED CORRECT AND MODERATE PRICES.
TRANSCRIBED BY CANDY SHILLINGBURG
24 APRIL 2004
RETURN TO MINCO NEWS
RETURN TO MINERAL