100 Years Ago

Thursday, May 10, 1917 Arm and farm – Roosevelt lough deep while slugards sleep – Franklin He who by the plough would thrive must either hold the plough or drive others to hold the plough...

100 Years Ago

Thursday, May 3, 1917 The country breathed a sigh of relief when the news was received here by telegram from the faithful Adam Littlepage, that Congress had supported the president by an overwhelming majority...

100 Years Ago

Thursday, May 17, 1917 Fear is a dreadful thing. Though the country is at war, the haunting fear that possessed us for nearly three years that the United States might not be united when the...

100 Years Ago

Thursday, May 31, 1917 Robert Coberly, a brakeman on the Greenbrier and Cheat Mountain Railroad, had his leg cut off by falling under his train on Cheat Mountain Tuesday night. He was brought to Cass....

100-Years-Ago

Thursday, June 21, 1917 The curtailment of the number of passenger trains going over the country finally hits the C & O and the service up and down the Greenbrier division suffers even out of...

100 Years Ago

Thursday, April 19, 1917 On last Thursday the report reached here that a German flag had been raised in the Swiss and German colony of Helvetia between Mingo and Pickens, and of a consequence there...

100 Years Ago

But I have also the fancy that there is something in this particular locality which makes for long years in man and woman – that a business-racked, nerve-worn world will discover it – and...