Thursday, September 12, 1918
KILLED IN ACTION
Lt. J. W. Blankenship, of Thornwood, Private Guy Stuart, of Seebert, and Private Rube Jackson, of Seebert.
Word was received on Sunday that these soldiers had been killed in battle...
April 23, 1915
The forest fires were late in starting this year but they came in limited quantities. The top of Elk mountain looked like pictures of Vesuvius in eruption last Monday.
Born to Mr....
Thursday, March 5, 1914
We are having nice weather after the recent cold spell.
Harry Hevener was in this part buying fur.
Lots of sickness in this neighborhood; Lawrence McLaughlin has been very ill. Also Mrs. Russell...
Thursday, August 8, 1918
Loman Bennett, the modern nimrod of Laurel Creek, has killed two of the largest bears that ever roamed those woods. One caught last week weighed over 400 pounds and was...
Thursday, January 14, 1914
The wisdom of the protestant churches in discouraging their members from dances seems to have been fully proved. As long as we can remember, the Methodist faith and the Presbyterian foot...
Thursday, December 6, 1917
Sol Workman, of Beard, reports the killing of a fine deer near his home, during the recent hunting season.
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Col. J. Gano Johnson of Mt. Sterling, Ky., noted horse fancier...