W H NEFFLEN
PROPRIETOR OF A COMPREHENSIVE NEWS DEPOT AND VARIETY STORE.

  A thoroughly well-equipped store of this description is not only a necessity, but a positive benefaction to the community, and so varied a stock as carried by W H Nefflen, is not often seen gathered under one roof.
  Subscriptions are taken for any magazine or periodical published in the United States, as well as for the Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and New York papers. A fine line of society stationery is handled and other articles dealt in include school and stationery supplies, cutlery, sporting goods, toys, plush goods, fine chinaware, cigars, tobacco smoking articles.
  Choice confectionery is sold, and a handsome sodawater fountain is a feature. Cooling drinks of all kinds are dispensed.
  Probably good her business numbers among its regular patrons so large a proportion of Keyser citizens, and fills so satisfactorily all demands of its trade.
  Mr W H Nefflen is a Piedmont boy, a son of the oldest living pioneer merchant of the "Twin-Towns". Mr Emil Nefflen, and has resided in Keyser for the past 18 years.
  Until 1886, he was in the employ of his brother, Mr P H Nefflen, the jeweler, afterward establishing his present business. He possesses to the fullest extent those sterling qualities of integrity and application, naturally to be expected from the son of Emil Nefflin, and has transacted business along modern lines. Unusual aptitude in, purchasing those articles which the public desires, is a necessary attribute to success in a novelty store, and Mr Nefflen has been eminently successful.

TRANSCRIBED OCTOBER 28, 2001 BY PATTI MCDONALD

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