KEYSER TRIBUNE

JUNE 16, 1914


NO VERDICT IN SUIT AGAINST B&O

Easton, Md—The case of Cyrus Ferguson, one of the 96 suits against the B&O railroad and American Bridge Co for damages sustained by the ice gorge of 1910 in the Susquehanna river, near Port Deposit, which has been on trial here for nearly three weeks, was ended yesterday in a disagreement of the jury. The case was one of the longest cases ever tried in this court. Upon its decision involved the paying out of many thousands of dollars.


NOTICE

To the Water Consumers of the City of Keyser:

Owing to the waste and unnecessary use of water, I am compelled to forbid the use of hose for all sprinkling and washing purposes. This order is not issued on account of any scarcity of water in the dam, but the pipe line is too small to convey water to the 1800 users when the hose are in use. The pressure is reduced so it will not carry the water on high ground.

H G Steorts,

Water Supt.

June 11, 1914.


ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE

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

Administrator

Hartmonsville, W Va


LAUREL DALE

Mr W Burgess has his Baltimore bargain house near completion and will be putting goods over the counter in the near future.

The young people of this place gave a surprise party at Mrs Lillers last Monday night. There was about 30 attended and enjoyed a good evening.

Mr Clayton Hilkey, sister and nephew made a business trip to Luke Saturday in their car.

Mr J W Thomas and Lee Kuh are hauling bark from near Mr Dolls on the other side of the mountain and the way they talk they must have some other attraction beside hauling bark.

Mr W H Weasenforth has completed his job of sawing for C W Dodds.

Mr Floyd Carnell and W E Shear of Claysville were visitors here Saturday and Sunday.

Rev Raphael Leatherman preached two interesting sermons here Saturday night and Sunday morning.

The Carnell girls of Claysville were visiting at Arthur Hanline Saturday evening.

Miss Sarah Burgess has returned home from a visit to friends where she taught school last winter.

There will be a ball game and Festival at this place Saturday night 20th for the benefit of the ball team. All kinds of refreshments will be served. Everyone is invited to attend and enjoy a good time.

Hook Worm


PERSONALS

Mrs Ed Bolen was a visitor to Cumberland Saturday.

Mr and Mrs John Ingraham, who has been guests of Mr and Mrs H H Kight, have returned to their home at Parkersburg.

The infant child of Mr and Mrs James Dawson died Friday afternoon and was buried Saturday afternoon in the Dayton graveyard.

Mr John T McDowell of Burlington was a business visitor here Saturday.

L L Kimes of Cumberland spent Sunday among his friends here.

Mrs R G Richardson entertained the Calendar Coterie at her home.

Harry Broadwater, a young man who had been braking on the third division of the B&O for some time, left Saturday for Oklahoma to make his home.

J D Gelwicks was called to Pittsburgh last Saturday on account of the illness of his sister, Mrs Wimer.

Mrs Rev F H Havenner has returned home from an extended visit to Washington DC.

N N Bond, of Oakland, spent Sunday here with friends.

Mr and Mrs David Walters of Oakland spent Sunday with friends in Keyser.

Judge F M Reynolds, who held court at Parsons last week, came home Saturday evening, accompanied by Mrs Reynolds who spent several days there with him.

Prof J C Sanders went to Morgantown last Friday on a weeks visit.

Messrs Floyd Mills and Cliff Leary and Misses Blanche and Alta Friend and Virginia Sluss all motored to Piedmont Sunday.

Mrs W E Woolf has gone to Charlottesville, Va, to attend the commencement of the University of Virginia. Her son Andrew is one of the graduates in law this term.

Mr and Mrs I O Inskeep and daughter of Martin spent Saturday here with relatives.

J M Liller’s double house on Church street was sold at public auction last Saturday by Dr Barr, trustee, on behalf of the B&O RR. It was bought by  Squire Doyle for $3,375.00.

Invitations are out for the marriage of Miss Nell Gerstell, of Gerstell Station, and Mr Harry B Langdon Smith, of Washington DC. The wedding will take place at the bride’s home June 30th.

Mr and Mrs Samuel Lyons and family of W Va Junction spent Sunday here with Mrs Lyon’s mother, Mrs M J Filler.

Misses Mable and Grace Avers of South Cumberland are the guests of Mr and Mrs Claude Clevenger.

Mrs T H Frankhouser and mother, Mrs Miller, spent the latter part of last week in Frostburg, and took in commencement exercises.

Mr Allen Barker and daughter of Cumberland are visiting Mrs J H Miers.

Mr and Mrs W F Payne of Myersdale, Pa, returned home Monday after a visit to Mrs Payne’s sister Mrs W W Gordon.

Miss Katie B Sims is the guest of Miss Sallie Wade, Morgantown.

Miss Elizabeth Hamill is visiting in Clarksburg.

Miss Pauline Wilson has returned home from school at Frederick, Md. She was accompanied home by three school mates.


WANTED

Wanted—A purchaser for a desirable building lot, well located in McCoole. Price right for cash buyer, Inquire F&M Bank.

FARMERS!

Write me when you have wool for sale.

Prices quoted later and sacks furnished.

David Ruckman, Phillippi, W Va

FOR RENT

Two office rooms, nicely located, also a large hall. For information apply to H G Shores at the law offices of Taylor Morrison, Keyser, W Va

FOR SALE

Horse, harness, buggy and trap. Horse well broke gentle and will work anywhere. A splendid driver, dark bay, weight about 1,500 lbs. See F G Davis.

CHECK PROTECTOR CHEAP—Baby Defiance, practically new. With figures ranging from 1 to 1,000. Protects your checks from being raised. Address K. Tribune.

COW FOR SALE

With calf, Fresh Jersey Stock. Address L C Markwood, Burlington, W Va

FOR SALE

Ice-Box, double size chamber and double doors, zinc lined. Large size for home use. Address R. Tribune, Keyser.

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE

Three seated carriage (Cabriolet) in first class condition. Will sell cheap, or exchange for light wagon. W A Liller.

FOR SALE

Five shares stock of Peoples Bank of Keyser at low price.

FOR SALE

1 two-horse delivery wagon and 1 one horse turnball wagon. Both in good condition. L E Morran.

FOR SALE

My combination driving and saddle mare, perfectly gentle and safe, fine disposition, suitable for family use, dark brown weight 1100. Two year old colt, bred from “Golden Eagle” Kentucky stock, dark bay, very promising. After stock is disposed of Rubber tire Phaeton seat buggy, good as new, set of steel tire wheels never used, Sleigh, buggy, harness, Somerset riding saddle, Bridle, Lap robes, Horse covers, etc.

C L Everhart

NOTICE

During my absence from Keyser, which will probably extend over a month or six weeks, I have left my accounts with Donald P Davis and hope that, as far as possible, those indebted to me will pay him at Mr Watson’s office. W H Yeakley, MD

MAXWELL AUTOMOBILES

25 hp Tourist Car $750

25 hp Torpedo Runabout $725

35 hp Touring Car, Self Starter, Electric Lights $1225

Automobiles repaired, Automobile supplies,

Automobiles for hire. Second hand cars for sale.

T H DAVIS

Phone 31k

Keyser, W Va

TAN BARK

WILL TAKE ALL THE

CHESTNUT OAK BARK

YOU HAVE TO OFFER AT THE HIGHEST

MARKET PRICES 2000 LBS PER TON.

H S THOMPSON


TRANSCRIBED BY CANDY SHILLINGBURG
9 JUNE 2004


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