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100-Years-Ago

Thursday, January 6, 1916 Pupils of Green Hill School who have been neither absent nor tardy during the third month are Leo Davis, Garland Gum, Gray McLaughlin, Melvin Ward, and Dennis Wooddell, Gladys Gum, Ethel...

100-Years-Ago

Thursday, December 30, 1915 FROM POCAHONTAS TO WHITE HOUSE MISTRESS An American of Americans is the forthcoming mistress of the White House, by virtue of an American ancestry unsurpassed in age, says a writer in the...

100-Years-Ago

Thursday, March 18, 1915 G. H. VanReenan was a caller at this office Tuesday morning and told us he had a fine team of horses crippled up last week. His son was hauling rails on...

100 Years Ago

Thursday, March 7, 1918 The law firm of Price & McNeel has been dissolved. Andrew Price will continue the business, and T. S. McNeel will move to the Levels, to the home of his uncle,...

100 Years Ago

Thursday, June 7, 1917 The events of the past few months have reminded men of the fact that the great majority of the people in times of peace do not come in conscious contact with...

100-Years-Ago

Thursday, November 4, 1915 Six carloads of lambs, about 1,500 in number, have been shipped from the Marlinton station this week. Mrs. Simmons, widow of the late Joe Simmons, died at her home near Watoga, ...

100-Years-Ago

Thursday, June 14, 1917 A Canadian lynx was killed at Split Rock, on S. S. Varner’s place. Early Monday morning while John Slanker was eating his breakfast, he heard a fuss among his chickens. On...

100 Years Ago

Thursday, December 5, 1918 “The Rhine! The Rhine! The German Rhine! Who guards today that stream divine? The answer to the impassioned shriek is: Men from off of Bruffeys Creek And Briery Branch and Rosin Run And towns like...