Sign Stolen from Square
100 Years Ago
November 12, 2020
Herald of Nov. 12, 1920
Daniel Shock of Mines, employed in the clay banks there, sustained a fracture of a wrist and was cut about the head when a car of coal which he was riding ran away and crashed.
Miss Elizabeth King, teacher of the primary school at Salemville, with the help of her pupils rendered a Halloween program at the school for the pleasure of the patrons on Saturday evening.
Some one early in the week stole the traffic sign known as the Silent Policeman from the Square in Martinsburg. Council offered a reward of $25 for information leading to the apprehension of the person who...