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100 Years Ago

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...

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Thursday, August 6, 1914   Army worms are so thick on a farm in Greenbank district that they ate a farmer’s shoe strings while he rested in the shade. Theodore and Jesse Hoke, of Greenbrier county, who...

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Thursday, November 6, 1913 The town of Marlinton is to be congratulated that for the first time in the history of the town it was not put in a state of disorder on Halloween. Usually we...

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Thursday, January 18, 1917 This peace talk has about exhausted us. Germany’s proposal of peace has been likened to the man who put an advertisement in the paper: “If Jack Robinson, the husband of the...

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Thursday, January 3, 1918 SOLDIER’S LETTERS Editor Times – I want to thank the people of Pocahontas for their kindness in sending thier boys the smoking kits. All were pleased with it in our company. There are...

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Thursday, October 4, 1917 THE SUN DOGS “Curse on the fog! Is there never a wind of all the winds I knew To clear the smother from off my chest, and let me look at the blue?” The...

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Thursday, November 5, 1914 Charles Drummond, a woodsman, whose home is at Weston, was seriously and probably fatally hurt at Durbin, Tuesday, by falling under the Western Maryland passenger train. The train was backing down to...

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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...