KEYSER TRIBUNE

 

APRIL 7, 1914

 

 


PERSONALS

 

BORN, unto Mr and Mrs C C Arbogast, a son.

 

Mr and Mrs D B Lawson of Sharpless street are the happy father and mother of a new arrival at their home.

 

Miss Laura Lauck returned home Saturday night from a months visit in Dunedin, Fla. She has been visiting Mrs Tibbets of Beryl, who winters there.

 

Miss Mamie Dean of Baltimore is the guest of friends and relatives in Keyser.

 

Miss Mary Gordon of Elk Garden is visiting Miss Katie Sims this week.

 

Mr R Bennie Sims spent several days in Elk Garden last week.

 

Miss Nina Knabenshue, one of the teachers at Elk Garden, returned to her home Monday, school being closed.

 

Mr and Mrs Leslie McCoole and son Calvin spent Sunday at W Va Junction.

 

Misses Mary Piper and Annie Conley of Eckhart spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs Albert Davis.

 

L C McDonald returned Friday evening from Texas where he has been for two months looking after his farm.

 

Miss Della Fink is at home this week.

 

Miss M Carskadon, who has been wintering with her sister at Wheeling returned home Sunday.

 

Mr J B B I who spent several days in Cumberland has returned.

 

Miss Maggie Offner, of Romney, has returned after a pleasant stay here.

 

Assessor F C Patton has commenced his work for this year. He is assisted in this district by F L Kimmell. Geo Deremer will do the work in Cabin Run and Frankfort districts in place of Claude Fertig. Mr Fertig is protesting against his removal and we hear will test the right in the court to be removed. He claims to have been appointed for the term.

 

Samuel Smith, a hostler at the B&O roundhouse, was caught between two engines one day last week and severely injured.

 

The Davis Garage has installed an air compressor for the purpose of pumping up tires and invites all automobile owners to come in and have their auto tires filled free of charge.

 

Mrs Elizabeth Stehley, of Falling Waters, visited her son, Dr F P Steheley, last week.

 

Arthur and Eugene Cross attended the funeral of their uncle at Berkeley Springs last Wednesday.

 

Mrs Oscar Fazenbaker and sister, Miss Elsie Wagoner, visited their mother at the hospital in Cumberland last week.

 

Miss Mary Morgan, Teresa O’Leary, Paul Gocke, Miss Sapiro, Sheridan Kenney, John Hannon, Norris Bruce and Will Seabers, of Piedmont attended the Basket Ball game here last Friday night.

 

Messrs Jack and George Wilson of Burlington were in town last Friday.

 

Mrs John McMakin and daughter Edith spent Saturday in Cumberland.

 

Miss Helen Wertheimer of Cumberland is visiting Miss Mary Moore for a few days.

 

Miss Katherine Sharpless visited in Cumberland Saturday.

 

Mr Matt Sauersfield spent Friday in Piedmont.

 

Harry Carskadon was in town Saturday.

 

Miss Blanche Harrison is on her way to visit her sister Mrs Clarence Miller at Youngstown, Ohio.

 

Mr C L Everhart and daughter left yesterday to visit his father at Harpers Ferry.

 

W T Shepherd, in jail at Keyser, W Va, on the specific charge of having passed on Max Kirson, of Martinsburg, a check on which he had forged the endorsement of the party to whom it had been issued by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co, has made an offer of settlement to the party who cashed the check. The arrest was made some time ago by railroad detectives and he was identified by Miss Mary Kirson and Miss Bertie O’Neal, who were present, when the check was passed. His offer of settlement is of course made in hope that the defrauded parties will not push the prosecution.

 

Frank C Reynolds attended business matters at Elkins last week.

 

F O Bailey was a business visitor last week.

 

Mrs Carrier is confined to the house today with a bad case of tonsilitis.

 

Chas P Peters has on sale a choice lot of onions sets call and select yours now.

 

A W Coffroth attended the M E conference at Elkins last week. Mr Coffroth was a delegate.

 

Don’t forget B of R T Fair next week. A grand time is assured all who attend, amusements for all and no dull moments for anyone.

 

Come in and see our new spring line of pretty patterns and choice selection at lowest prices, McCoole & Lyons, Corner Main and Armstrong streets.

 

 


SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS SALE

OF VALUABLE

FARM LAND ON ALLEGHANY MOUNT’N

The undersigned special commissioners by virtue of the authority vested in them by a decree of circuit court of Hardy Co, W Va, entered on the 13th day of August 1913, in the chancery cause of P W Inskeep et al vs Marie A Watson, will offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in the town of Keyser, W Va on Tuesday, April 21st, 1914, at 3 o’clock pm the following described real estate, All that portion of the surface of A M Inskeep’s farm, originally 1358 acres, lying on Abram’s Creek, Elk District, Mineral Co, W Va, remaining unsold and supposed to be about 336 acres. The coal, oil and gas and other mineral rights are  reserved. A portion of this tract is cleared and is elegant for pasture land. The other part of said tract, if cleared, will also make good grazing land.

TERMS OF SALE

One fourth of the purchase money to paid in cash on day of sale, and the residue to be paid in three equal annual payments, to bear interest from day of sale, with good personal security, and the legal title to be held until all the purchase money is paid.

 

M W Gamble, Special Comr

G M McCauley, Special, Comr

 

I hereby certify that M W Gamble and G W McCauley, Special Com’rs have executed bond as required by said decree.

 

C B Welton, Clerk

 


WANTED

 

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

 

FARM FOR SALE

I have for sale a farm of 25 acres on Pattersons Creek, three quarter miles from (Franfork) Alaska, W Va. All creek bottom and under cultivation. Improved by a new five room dwelling, barn and outbuildings. Suitable for truck farm. A bargain for a quick buyer. Only offered for sale for 30 days. For price and full particulars, address, Dr Percival Lantz, Alaska, W Va.

 

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

One horse, nine years, weight 1000 to 1100 lbs, sound healthy and gentle. Price is right. Cash or negotiable note. Will also sell a one horse delivery wagon and harness. Apply to Michael and Thomas, grocers, So Main St, Keyser, W Va.

 

WANTED

After May 1, two or three furnished rooms with modern conveniences for light housekeeping, no children. Address X care of Tribune, Keyser.

 

GROCERY STORE FOR SALE

In order to close up an estate we will sell our Grocery Business which is well located and an old established one. For information apply to Miss Ella J McKone, for J J McKone, Ashfield street, Piedmont, W Va.

 

ADVERTISEMENTS

 

“HOTEL STOTTLER”

“KEYSER’S HAVEN OF REST”

Transients a Specialty

One day or 100 days $1.00 straight

 

 

HOTEL MARYLAND

THE TRAVELLER’S HOME

AND

LONACONING’S PRIDE

Lives Saved at $1.00 Per Day

 

 

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

 

 

WE ARE EXPECTING YOU

When the GLOBE MAN COMES

HE’LL BE HERE

APRIL 10TH

Showing full length drapes of the advance.

SPRING AND SUMMER FABRICS

Patterns that will surely please you.

Let him take your measure and

THE GLOBE TAILORING CO

OF CINCINNATI WILL

“NEEDLE MOLD”

YOUR

SPRING SUIT

To your individual measure

Make this one of your positive engagements.

Call and make your selection—Be measures

By and expert and you will be one of the best

Dressed men in your community.

REMEMBER THE DATE

A W COFFROTH

Special Rep in Charge, Clothier

 

 

STANDARD GASOLINE

21 C GAL

70 TEST

FREE AIR FOR YOUR TIRES FROM OUR NEW COMPRESSOR

AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS MAXWELL CARS

NEW AND SECOND HAND CARS IN STOCK

DAVIS GARAGE

 

 

ROMIG DRUG COMPANY

 


TRANSCRIBED BY CANDY SHILLINGBURG, 6 MARCH 2004