Thursday, April 18, 1918
C. A. YEAGER’S FINE RESIDENCE BURNED
On Thursday night, April 11, the fine residence of C. A. Yeager was burned, entailing a loss of twelve to fifteen thousand dollars.
About eleven o’clock...
Thursday, April 11, 1918
Trade, it may help society extend,
But lures the Pirate, and corrupts the friend;
It raises armies in a nation’s aid,
But bribes a senate and the land’s betrayed ~ Pope on Money
Thursday, March 21, 1918
The Marlinton Auto and Supply Company has moved its garage to the Marlinton Opera House.
MINNEHAHA SPRINGS SOLD
Washington D. C. – L. M. Stephens prominent businessman of Wheeling and New York, and...