SurnamesBratt

May 1, 2024

Harpers Ferry druggist, Miskimmon, Arrested for Assault/Threats to Kill Bakerton Lime Superintendent.

E. M. Miskimmon, a druggist of Harper’s Ferry, was arrested and tried today on a warrant sworn out before Justice O. F. Gallaher by Mr. S. W. Bratt, superintendent of the Washington Building Lime Company of […]
May 1, 2024

Martinsburg men visit Bakerton

Messrs. Ray. Caldwell, John Bratt, Edgar Hopper and Elmer Hopper, visited friends near Bakerton, last Sunday.
July 24, 2023

Bakerton: Ore Bank Strike

BAKERTON NEWS.—BAKERTON, W. VA.,March 21, 1891. DEAR EDITOR– We again ask admission into your columns, but as this a dull season of the year we cannot give you much news of interest to your readers. Yet […]
July 22, 2023

Quiet & Serene from Bakerton

Bakerton, W. VA.,March 10th, 1891, DEAR EDITOR– While all is quiet and serene at this place, yet there is one topic daily discussed with interest, viz: the C. & O. Canal. As many of our citizen […]
July 22, 2023

Communicated from Bakerton

Bakerton, W. Va.February 16, 1891. EDITOR REGISTER– As we have not been represented in your columns for some time, we beg that you favor us this week if space will permit. While all is quiet here, […]
July 22, 2023

Items from Bakerton

Letter from Bakerton.Bakerton, Jan. 7, 1891. Miss Mary Moler, ho is attending school in Winchester, was home on a visit during Christmas week. Miss Addie Cather came with her to spend the short holiday given them […]
July 22, 2023

Quarries shut down for winter.

Items from Bakerton. The following items were sent us by a correspondent from Bakerton last week, but were not received until after the REGISTER had gone to press, owing to delayed trains: The stone crusher at […]
May 22, 2020

Bakerton, 1890

Bakerton is the name of the new town that is being built up at Oak Grove school-house. It is two and a-half miles from the main line of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, by which it […]
June 20, 2018

Washington Building Lime Artesian Well

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 […]