At Bakerton. The Washington Building Lime Company is sinking its artesian well at Bakerton, this county, to a greater depth. As the demand for water becomes larger the present supply fails to meet the requirements. So the well-borers have gotten to work, and Superintendent Bratt says they are going to have plenty of water if they have to go to China for it. Mr. Charles E. Jones, who resides near Kearneysville, has contracted to furnish the Washington Building Lime Company with several thousand cords of wood for use at its Bakerton kilns. The wood is loaded on the cars at Kearneysville and shipped by rail to Bakerton.
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