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Glenville, West Virginia
August 22, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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August 22, 1975

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tO The Glenville Democrat/PathfinderAugust 22, 1975 The Glenville Imprint, 1898 \x+alh,r Shock a promising and pushing voun~ timber merchant of Fall's Mills. was circulating amon:a his many (fiends hereon l,st Saturday. Count'~ Superintendent A.B. ttarris. of Laurel Creek, was in the village Monday, shaking hands with the dear voters, and looking after his political fences. O.l. McKinnev. a popular and industrious mechanic of Roltvson. Braxton county, arrived here Monday. and will help to erect county clerk Kee's new residence. The (;timer Banner is now+ being edited bY A. W. Goff and has changed its name to the IMPRINT, It is much improved in appearance - West Union Record. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel lames of Finley Ohio. are visiting Mrs. James fathers Michael Firestone. We understand that they will make their future home with Mr, Firestone. lake Stern and Gu~, Teter, two Glenville boys, are in the thickest of the fight at Santiago. lake is in the 12th regiment and Guy in the 4th and both are fighting under Gen. Lawton. Rev. and tt.M. Smith passed through this place Friday en ro/~te for Grantsville. Ho~+ W.H+ lack, Cedarville's thriving merchant, was in the city yesterday. + Perry T. Percy, our fellow o',~r~sman dropped into our sanctum ~:,terday and handed us the cash for ~he IMPRINT Alfred Holmes of West Union is , +~im~g old friends and relatives in envi~le. Miss Cora Shock of Cedar Creek ++~e of Gilmers sweet young ladies wa~ ~ Glenvfll+e Wednesday, Freank Beall. who has been visiting a~: Spencer for, several weeks returned hume Thursday. Fhe Glenviile Imprint is as bright a comity ~aper as there is in the tale. - Fairmont Index, Senator Warren Hays, a promi- n(+nt lawyer of Arnoldsburg, is visiting r~!atives and friends at this place, +;~e Presidents of Board of ESm:a~ien met in Glenville Wednesday. :~ eie'~ed Richard Killingsworth a member c++ the board of examiners. I ,~ ot~r for sale at public auction on Saturday, August 23, ~+~arti+tf~ at 1 P.M. about 1 mile on Yellow Creek Road from Big Bend ifo~ow auction signs]. Hying Room Suite, Stands, Shelves, T.V.. Library Table. Rocker, Sewing Machine, Speed Queen Wringer Washer, Whirlpool Dryer, Hectric Kenmore Cook Stove, Gas Cook Stove. Westinghouse Refrigerator. 2 Kitchen Cabinets. Dining Table tt Chairs, Buffet. 4 Beds Comp. 2 ~e~ser~, 2 Old Trunks, Lot Old Books. 4 Gas Heaters. Winchester Single Sho~ ~ R~e. ~ictrola, Stone Jar. Iron Pot+ ,Milk Can, Old Hickory Rocker, Cow Bail. Foot Ad, Buck Saw, Quilt Frames, Lot Dishes & Glasware. ~t Iar~, Lot Glass Jugs, Sausage Mm, Food Chopper, Window Glass, Lawn Cha~s, Porch Furniture, Gas Regulator, Him Cutters, Motors, Lot Small Hand and F~ Tools, Harrow Pattern, Single Shovel Plow, Double Shovel Plow, Wheel Barrow, S~_he, Post Diggers, Spud, Many Items too Numerous to Mention. : TERMS: CASH AUCTIONEER: CLARK MINNEY / REASON FOR SALE: SOLD FARM OWNER: IOHN KELLER Miss (,race I,ovitt. of New England. who has been visitin~ the Misses Mct;ees for some time past returned home last week. Miss Claudie and RMmrt McGee accompanied her, Missals Bertie McWhorter. Julia Williams. Georgia Kniselev, Dell Somerville, and Messrs. Mark Ferns- worth |toys Bush and Hunter Glover of Auburn drove over Wednesday to witness the departure of the soldier boys, C.B. Bush one of Gilmers most prosperous citizens of Horn Creek. was in town Tuesday. made us a pleasant call and placed in our hands two shining silver dollars for two copies of our paper - one for his father. Phillip Shock, wife and two chidlren, of Falls Mill. are visiting relatives on Cedar Creek. While in town on Saturday Mrs. Shock received a telephone message stating that one oI his children had the misafortune of getting his arm broken. Mr. Shock left at once for its bedside. We hope the accident may not prove serious. N.B. Floyd one of Gilmer's most enterprising citizens, has a force of hands at work finishing his fine storeroom on Main Street. He has also has the contract for erecting I. N. Kee's handsome residence, and work will be commenced on the same this week. We wish Gilmer had more such enterprising men as Mr. Floyd. Millionaire John Jacob Astor, the store fed chanticleer of all New York's brainless flock of fashionable wood- peckers and wagtails, registered at Tampa as "John Jacob Astor and his yalet.'" The proper thing now to do is for some 'texas cowboy who has spent th'e major portion of his life sporting with the business end of he-cyclone to register as Pistol Pete and his valise - Clarksburg News. Genial Sully Stump the enterpris- ing Normantown merchant came over Tuesday to transact some business in connection with the revenue law. and while here did not forget to plank down the cash for the IMPRINT. Sully says he is doing a big business in selling peanuts and Arbuckle coffee, with occasional a qew boxes of snuff to the mailcarrier. No bigger hearted or joval man in the county can be found than Sully Stump, A finely executed photograph of Company K, Dan O'Brien's handsome soldier boys can be obtained of Starcher & Goff photographers. Size of pictures 14 x 17, showing 250 faces. with an excellent view of Main Street profusely decorated with bunting and flags. They are selling these photos t.r the low price of $1. and every' family should secure c,,o. as a memento of our soldier boys who are willingly go to the front to battle for the nation's honor. Tanners Notes We are preparing to build a church where the Mr. Liberty M.E. was burned. A portion of the lumber is upon the ground, and subscriptions are being solicited. ()ur tarm+,rs are + Iltliil~ 'A h~;lt ;~r|d repl~rlin!- ~x