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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
HIGHLAND COUNTY DIRECTORY. County and District Officers; Henry W. Holt, Judge of Circuit Court, Staunton, Va. Terms of Court—4 th Tuesday in April, 2d Tuesday July, 2d Tuesday October. Andrew L. Jones, Commonwealth Attorney, Monterey, Va. W. H. Matheny, Clerk, Monterey, Va. W. N. Bird, Sheriff, Monterey. Va. H. M. Slaven, Treasurer, Monterey, Va. J. W. E. Lockridgc, Commissioner of Revenue, Monterey, Va. I. L. Beverage, Co. Surveyor, Monterey, Va. Walter Muilenax, Supt. of Poor, Crab bottom, Va. It. E. Mauzy, Supt. of Schools, Hightown, Va. John M. Colaw, Commissioner of accounts, Monterey, Va. Blue Grass District J. W. Havener, Supervisor (Chrm.) Hightown, Va. ee J. Wimer, Overseer of Poor, Crabbottom, Va. Bon H. Cclaw, Constable, CrabbAttom Va. D. O. Bird, Justice, Valley Center.Va. E. D. Swecker, Justice, Monterey,Rtl M. K. Simmons, Justice, Crabbottom, Monterey District. A. J. Terry, Supervisor, Trimble, Va. Arthur Havener, Overseer of Poor, Monterey, Va. J. H. Samples, Justice,...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
Weak, Nervous, Following Influenza V/ Montrose, W. Va.—“Last spring after having the flu I was very weak and nervous. I got one bop’" Dr. Pierce’s en Medical covery and bottles of Fi;vor ite Prescription and they helped me so much. I am 67 years old and .did lots of work last summer and am doing my housework and washing this winter for four in. family.”—MßS. L. R. W ILMOTH, R. F.D. ?. Dr. Pierce’s medicines have been sold by druggists for the past 53 years. Send 10 cents to Dr. Pierce’s Invalids’ Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., for a trial package of any of his med--1 Pines. DENTAL NOTICE Dr. Chas. S. Kramer and E. G. Herold DENTISTS Marlinton, - - - W. Va. We are prepared to do all kinds of dental work at prices consistent with cost of materials and high class efficient work. All work guarAFTER THE ACCIDENT To Your Watch or Jewelry SToall need that article replaced or repaired YOU ARE always safe to leave your watch or personal jewelry with us. .No novice has the repairing to do. jnly men...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
HOTEL WH3TELAW Monterey Va. Is now prepared to give comfortable accmnodation, heated rooms etc. Meals 50c same price between meals. We kindly solicit yopr patropage. =3ogagi, , ■ „ 4qboi | SPLENDID RESULTS n ire obtained in a short r 1 1 time by using \ WALLACE’S CARBOLIC O D SALVE o 0 for chapped and cracked hands, fever sores, burns, cuts, etc. Price 15c. Ask your dealer for it. :OEaoE==aocao D O J. H. PRUITT Monterey, Ya., Fire Insurhce Agt &amp; Notary Public Represents good strong companies. Protect Your Property by taking out INSURANCE
Mr Stephenson Sees Coleman [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
Mr Stephenson Sees Coleman Richmond, Va. March 29, 1921 Mr. E. A McNulty. My dear Sir;—l have just seen Mr. Geo. P Coleman, The Highway Commissioner and he tells me he has advertised the road in West Augusta (6 miles) and w'ill received bids on same April 7 th, next. He tells me this is the 3rd time he has advertised this road for bids and heretofore has been unable to get a bid on it. He says he has gotten tw'o men to go and look at the road this time expecting to bid and if he cannot get a proper bid he will put his own men on it. He seems anxious to get this work done and I again explained to him the importance of this road to the poodle of Highland county. I shall do my best to keep him at it uov. 1 tease let the people who are interested know about this. With best wishes. Yours very truly, JOHN W STEPHENSON
OUR OBSERVER [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
OUR OBSERVER A lady, some time ago, ordered a pair of shoes from a shoe store In Baltimore. The shoes did not suit, she returned them, another pair was sent her, then another before she kept them. The firm would write each time, and the foct is it was the courtesy evidenced by the letters rather than the shoes that made the sale. Later we were in the same shoe store and having known for some time the gentleman who was waitig on us we related the incident and remarked how far ones effort in trying to please goes in business. Along the same line the clerk told us that he did his banking at a certain bank in the city. He stated that of course his business was not large, compared to most of the bank’s oher depositors The president whenever he saw him always had time for a little chat and whenever asked for advice was always able and willing to give it. In fact they were all so pleasant and agreeable that he felt quite an interest in the bank. The store in which he Is one of the leading ...
$25,000 Short [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
$25,000 Short Richmond, Va. March bers of Richmond Council, Knights of Columbus, have just contributed $1,548.37 to the Virginia fund of the European Relief Council for the feed ing of 3, 500,000 starving children in eastern and central Europe. Herbert Hoover is national chairman. This subscription brings the total for Virginia up to $150,000, leaving $25,000 still unsubscribed. Based on a cost of $lO for caring for a child until the next harvest. Virginia must yet rescue 2,500 children over seas from starvation. The campaign in the State will be continued until the quo • raised, as Virginia is one of the fe*v si ' " hich has not subscribed the amount set by the council headed by Mr. Hoover, Franklin K. L*ane and other promonent men.
Mr. Tucker [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
Mr. Tucker The number of state offices nc.w he ing heid by citizens from the Southwest section of Virginia is a subject that has come promine-uly to Hu* frj , since the annou moment cf Sen ac. E. Lee Trinkle, o! vv ; the County candidate for Governor in opposition to Harry St. George Tucker of the Valley Section. It is pointed out that the Lieut. Governor; President of the supreme court of appeals; two of the three membrs of the Sate Corperation Com mission, the State Accountant; the Clerk of the House of Delegates; the State Treasurer; the Register of Land Office and Secretary of the Industrial Commission all come from the Southwest Virginia, as well as other minor officials. It is also pointed out that Governor Stuart, who came from the Ninth Congressional District, just went out of office less than four years ago, and that in very recent years the Attorney General of the State came from that district. In view- of he fact that the Ninth District is overwhelminglp Republican, as we...
COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE Monterey, Va., March 2, 1921 Minnie Terry and others vs. Ohas. E. Wade’s Adm’r and others. All parties interested in the abi r? styled cause, now pending in the Cir uit Court of Highland County, TAKE NOTICE, that pusuant to a decree entered in said cause, at the October Term, 1920, I shall at my office in Monterey, Va., on SATURDAY, the 2nd day of Apr 1921 proceed to take, state and adjust the following accounts: FIRST: An account showing the transactions of J. C. Wade, administrator of C. E. Wade, deceased; SECOND: An account of the debts against the estate of C. E. Wade deceased, showing their dignities and priorities and the balances that are due thereon after the application of the personal fund in the hands of said administrator; THIRD: Any other matter specially stated, deemed pertinent by the commissioner, or required to be so stated by any party. JOHN M. COLAW Commissioner EDWIN B. JONES, p. q.
WEEKLY MARKETGRAM (U. S. Bureau of Markets) [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
WEEKLY MARKETGRAM (U. S. Bureau of Markets) Washington, D. C. Match. 2fr—Hay: Markets steady and firm on bet ter qualities. Scant offerings most markets. Cincinnati receipts slightly larger at no time exceeded demand. Local demand more active; shipping demand uchanged. Feed: Markets generally lower and unsettled. Wheatfeeds particular ly weak and quoted $2 to $3 per ton lower than a week ago. Pasturage materially checking demand. Live Stock &amp; Meats: Cattle and hog prices at Chicago declined the past week The break in hog prices was sharp and ranged from 35c on heavies to $1 per 100 on medium weights. Beef steers declined generally 25 to 50c; cows weak to 25c low er, feeder steers down 50c. Fat lambs steady to 25c higher; feeding lambs unchanged. Fat ewes up 25 to 50c. "Fruit &amp; Vegitables: Potatoes at 85 to 90c per 100 lbs northern shipping stations. Chicago carlot markets steady $1 to $'1.20 New York round whites held at $1.40 to $1.50 bulk. Lousiana Klondike...
NAPLES [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
NAPLES (Intended for Last Week).... Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hull of Hightown, were guests of R. S. Page Sunday last. Miss Grace Page has returned home from Hightown where she had attend ed school for the past winter. Miss Annie Herold and Harry Palmer were callers at S. G Lowrie’« Sunday. Talmage Williams of Millboro was a week-end guest of his uncle, R. F. Williams. Jack Cleek made a business trip to, Detroit Mich. W. W. Galford passed through this community recently. Frank Gardner, who is spending the winter with his daughter, Mrs. John Matheny. received a telegram announcing the death of his brother,! John Gardner, of Montana. Lowronce Sheets of Hillsboro, is visiting hs uncle, W. A. Sheets. R. E. Mauzy spent last Thursday night with R. F. Williams. J P. Terry has spent the last two weeks at the home of his son W. E. Terry, Mill Gap Mrs. Frank Snyder, who underwent an operation at the University Hospital, is getting along very nicely. Mrs Joe Page, who has been ill for some time, is i...
McKENDREE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
McKENDREE March, 28 —Buren Theodore Wood ell, only gon of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie V. Woodell, calmly passed away on the morning of March 23 1921, after an Illness of about ten days, from acute brights disease, at the age of four teen years. Loved ones and friends watched by his side day after day and attended every need. He was rational at all times and recognized friends a few moments before he pass ed away. He leaves to mourn their loss father mother, two sisters, Iva and Chrisiana, besides a number of relatives. Funeral services were conducted in the McKendree church by Rev. Mr. Snead, assisted by Rev. Josiah Beverage and Rev*. L. M. Mofftt, and he was laid to rest in the adjoining J cemetery. Pall bearers were: Austin Siron, Benjamin Woodell, and Oscar Maicom; uncles of the deceased, and Mar vin Woodell and Me. Maicom, cousins. Mrs Abel Siron has been right ill for several days with heart trouble Mrs. Margaret Maicom has been suf fering from an attack of rheumatism. Lester Siron spen...
Pocahontas County Hereford Breeders Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
Pocahontas County Hereford Breeders Association. Pocahontas County is becoming bet ter known every year as a section tba' ter known every year as a section that produces high class Herefords, Horned or Polled. Our breeding herds have increased in number and are con stantly improved through care, select ion and jadditlon of better blood and the results are seen in the growing demand for Pocahonas County Herfordc. FOR SALE A number of registered young Herford bulls— The very best horned and polled blood are represented in our herds Correspondence given proper attend tion v Inspection of herds invited. E. P. KIDD’S Sec. Hillsboro, W. Ya.
TRUSTEE’S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
TRUSTEE’S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE By virtue of the authority vested in me by a deed -of trust, executed to he undersigned by Louisa J. Hicks, on the 4th day of February, 1915, of record in the clerk’s office of Highland county, in deed-book No. 19, page 275, being requested thereto by the beneficiary secured in said deed, I will sell, at public auction for cash, at the front door of the court-house of said county, in Monterey, Va., on SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1921, between the hours of 10 o’clock a. m. and 2 p. m. of that day, that certain tract or parcl of land, or so much thereof as may be necessary, situate in the county of Highland, on Jackson’s River, containing about 64 acres, willed by Wm. Hicks to the said Louisa J. Hicks, and being the same land on which H. B. Gardner new resides. 4t JOHN M. COLAW, Trustee
Public Auction Sale [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
Public Auction Sale Finger-Siegal Co. of Cass W. Va. will sell at public auction on April 14, 15, 16th -the balance of their entire stock of wearing apparel for the entire family. ■ —• We have men’s suits, pants, coats, shirts, underwear, hats, caps. Ladie's suits,, coats, silk and serge dresses, cotton and silk shirt waists,. Children’s shoes, slippers, gingham dresses, serge dresses and underwear. Dry goods, middy blouses and many other items. One dollar spent here will bring you as much as you can get elsewhere for $4.00 or $5.00. Finger-Siegal Co. Public Auction Sale, Cass, W. Va. Frank Ashford—Auctioneer.
Farm Sold [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
Farm Sold C. B. and Roy Obaugh have recent ly sold the farm known as the Stuart farm to H G. Simmons. This is a good farm for grazing and has on it some excellant timber and is located on the Bullpasture mountain three miles east of McDowell / Mr. Simmons is a son of Chrisley Simmons of Near Doe Hill, but has lived in Augusta Co. for a number of years.
Land and Personal Property for Sale [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
Land and Personal Property for Sale As administrator of Mrs. Lucey E. Woods, I will offer for sale on April 2, 1921, at her late residence in the Meadow Dale Section of Highland County the personal property of which she died possessed as follows: 2 horses, 2 cows, 2 calves, 18 ewes due to lamb April 10th, a two horse road wagon, 1 buggy and set of bug gy harness, 1 Syracuse plow, 1 harrc \v, - double show’ plow, about 35 Chickens, 4 turkeys and tom, about 40 pounds bacon, 3 shoats, about 15 bushels potatoes, about 25 bushels of apples, 1 stack of hay, about 30 bus. wheat, about 50 bus. corn, some farm ing tools, household and kitchen goods cod utensils, a telephone and a share of stock in the telephone Co. TERMS —Purchases amounting to not more than $lO cash will be required; and above that sum notes well inborsed and payable at six months with interest. The land of this estate containing 52 acres and a tract of 10 cres owned by Gray Woods adjoining will be sold privately together o...
Unable to Gain Strength After Operation [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
Unable to Gain Strength After Operation Fredericksburg, Va.—“After I hafl gone through a very serious operation I could not regain my health and strength. I suffered with pains and aches all over and was also very nervous. My mother advised my taking Dr. Pierce’s medicine. I took the ‘Favorite Prescription’ and the ‘Golden Medical Discovery’, alternately, and they soon built me up and seemed to give me new life. I heartily recommend these medicines to women who suffer with any sort of weakness.”—MßS. W. S. COX, 1308 Hanover St. All druggists.