Calhoun Eggs Arrive in Parkersburg in 1911

(10/31/2001)

Transcribed by Norma Knotts Shaffer from microfilm of the Calhoun Chronicle dated 3/21/1911.

Fifteen Thousand Dozen Eggs

The gasolene packet Return, which arrived here from Grantsville on Sunday evening, brou't in one of the largest shipments of eggs that have come down the Kanawha river for a long time.  There were about one hundred packages, comprising in the neighborhood of fifteen thousand dozen eggs, which were packed in barrels, boxes, crates and other receptacles.  This shipment was in addition to other freight brought in by the boat. - Sentinel.


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