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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
LIGHTEN YOUR DAILY BURDENS Plenty of Red Blood Keeps Yonr Health Good. Easier to Get Things Done Poor Blood A Handicap Pepto-Mangan Builds Up Energy That Fatigue Destroys When you overwork, worry and strain, your system has extra work to do. If you keep it up very long, your blood simply cannot take care of all the waste. It becomes clogged with poisons. You keep on working just the same But when your blood becomes weakened your vitality lowers You find it a’ burden to get things done. Your speed lags. You begin te feel “all in”. Then is the time to take that splendid tonic, Pepto-Mangan. Your blood needs enriching. Physicians rec ommend Pepto-Mangan because it builds red corpuscles and makes your blood rich and red. It cleans out all the poisons. You begin to feel better and stronger right away. It is much easier to get work done. You*have re newed vitality. Pepto-Mangan is sold in liquid and tablet form The medicinal value is exactly the same. Take either kind you prefer. But be s...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
FOR SALE Southern Pennsylvania Farms In The Heart of the East “Where Town and Country Meet” Best Agricultural Lands, Truck, Dairy, Stock Raising, and Orcharding, Centralied and Vocational Schools, Churches, Improved Roads, Best Markets in the World Price $5O per acre and Upwards. Suburban and Urban Homes in the Philadelphia, W r est Chester Section—v(The Most Beautiful Suburbs in the World) State size farm wanted and requirements necessary. Ask for Bargain and Special opportunity. Lists at all times. J. B. THOMPSON, Realtor. Thompson Building, West Chester, Co., Pa. Correspondence invited. Cooperation with all Realtors. 3t • o VIRGINIA: In vacatian in the Clerks office of the Circuit Court of Highland, the 17 day of Feb. 1921 Lucy D. Arbogast vs In Chancery Howard K. Arbogast The object of this suit is to obtain an absolute divorce from the defendant, on the grounds of desertion and adultery. And it appearing from affidavid that Howard K. Arbogast is a nonresident of this State, it ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
tt GENUINE Bull DURHAM tobacco makes 50 flood ciflarettes for Ioc‘ To the Voters of the Counties of # Bath, Highland and Rockbridge and the City of Buena Vista. I respectfully announce myself a candidate for r-election to the House of Delegates of Virginia, for the district composed of the counties of Bath, Highland and Rockbridge and he City of Buena Vista. Subject to the Democratic Primary. JOHN W. STEPHENSON, Warm Springs, Va. fention this paper in answering Adv.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
NEW GOODS C .W. TRIMBLE’S I have just returned from the city and will be prepared to show you an up-to-date Stock of Merchandise, fresh from the MARKET. My specialties will be Mens, and Boys Suits and Pants Overalls, Blouses, Work Shirts, and Staple Dry Good, Sole leather, Paints, Hardware, Shoes of all kinds. Among these that will show the greatest reduction in price will be men’s and ;boys’ suits and pants, cotton cloth, ginghams, sole leather “Crex” Rugs, carpet chains etc. I feel sure the prices on these articles will be a pleasant surprise to you when you come in. Will give you a line of prices next week, Kill That Cold With AND La Grippe FOR Colds, Coughs Neglected Colds are Dangerous Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneex*. Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieves Grippe in 3 days—Excellent for Headache Quinine in this form does not affect the head— Cascara is best Tonic Laxative—No Opiate in Hill’sALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT ‘ Illf MILITARY SHOP We have ...
LOCAL ISEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
LOCAL ISEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. Highland Recorder MONTEREY FRIDAY APRIL, 1 1921 J. E. Beverage and John E Hiner, of Doe Hill, are among the county people in town Thursday. Floyd Simmons and family have moved to the Sieg home south of Hightown now owned by J. M. Colaw, Miss Nannie Brattin, Miss Virginia Graham and Mr. Robert Bratton of Bolar were in Monterey Tuesday. Miss Elizabeth Matheny attending Harrisinburg State Normal, and Hinkle Shumate, R. M. C. Ashland, came home to spend Easter holidays. Connel Gillespie, of Cass W. Va., spent the week-end with his father on Jacksons river, and a day or two in Monterey this week. i\Dr. and Mrs. I. C. Wagner paid a to the Virginia capital early in the week. Dr. Wagner returned to-day and reports that, while in the city, his little daughter, Cecelia, developed a case of scarlet fever, and that Mrs. Matheny and the little child were detained in quarantine at a Richmond hotel. Miss Matie Wagner, formerly of Crabbottom b...
Accident [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
Accident Frank Snyder and Joseph Griffin of Alleghany mountain section, were in a wreck just west of town Tuesday morning due to the breaking of some harness strops and lines. They were driving two horses and one of them a runaway. In his effort to get got fast in the buggy top and he out of the buggy Mr. Griffin’s hand was thrown against a wheel with such force as to hender him unconscious. He had his hand and head dressed by a physician and was able to return in the afternoon. Mr. Snyder escaped unhurt. *
J. E. CAR WELL DISAPPEARS [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
J. E. CAR WELL DISAPPEARS J E. Carwell, joint owner of Hotel Monterey, disappeared mysteriously about 11:30 o’clock last Saturday night, and the circumstances surrounding his disappearance are such as to cause much speculation and concern. It will be recalled that in the fall of 1919 Mr. Carwell and his brother-in-law, Charles Pullin, purchased the hotel property from H P. Patterson, and that the property was damaged by a fire of unknown origin the following December. This loss amount ing to approximately $2,000, was oov ered by insurance and adjusted during the following spring. Within two or three weeks of this fire Mrs. Car. well died suddenly of ptomaine pois oning, and the hotel has not been opened to the public since then. Mr. Carwell had a room in the building, however, and on Saturday night was heard to go to his room about the time named above , remain a few minutes and leave the house. He was seen a little later sitting on he walk at the junction of the Franklin road and M...
DOE HILL [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
DOE HILL March 29 —Mrs M-E Ruckman, whose serious illness was' reported in a form er letter, is very much improved in health. Her nurse, Miss Stella Malcolm, returned home over a week ago Mrs D K. Hiner spent the week-end with relatives in Augusta. Mrs. J M. Hiner was called to Albemarle last week on account of the v death of her sister, Mrs Taylor. Mrs. J F Stover is visiting her parents in Crabbottom. Mrs L. M Pope is spending this week with her daughter, Mrs. Lon Shumate Dr T M Jones sold his farm one mile south of this place, last week, the sale being made by J Lee Botkin. It was sold in three parcels Harry Judy bought the part lying west of the public road for $2,000, J. M. Propst the part lying east of the road including the house for $5,000 and Arthur Armstrong the portion adjoining his land for $ll,OOO. Alpheus Jones went to Richmond last week to see his wife He reports improvement in her condition but she will not be able to return home for a week or more. Occasional
Omission [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
Omission The following was omitted from our report of Annual Red Cross meeting: Committee on Volunteer Service, Mrs. J. E. Arbogast, Chairman, Mias Bessie Gum,-Sec. This committee is sub-divided into Canteen, Motor Corps and Production
CRABBQTTOM [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
CRABBQTTOM Mrs Nellie Sheets, of Durbin, came last week to spend Easter with her many friends here. J B. Hidy and w r ife, M J Colaw and wife, Mrs. Anna Arbogast, Charles’ K. Colaw, Mrs. Pansy Shnineberry, Mrs Carrie Slaven and son. Earl, are spending Easter Monday with Warren Hidy. Luther Hammer left Monday for the Valley and will move his cattle from there to his grazing farm Miss Fannie Marshall and Hazel Colaw, called on Mrs. Ira Nicholas, and Mrs R L Waybright Sunday. W L. Chew and wife, Mr and Mrs. Orion Harper, Lurty Arbogast and family spent Easter Sunday with T. Stanley Newman. Misses Lillie Marshall and Gladys Wimer, Sylvia Colaw, spent Saturday night with D. E Colaw. C. T Wimer and family with their married daughter, Mrs. Zola Cook, of Circleville, and little babe, spent Easter with John Wimer While Daddy Neal Wimer was attending property around his barn Saturday he was kicked in the side by one of the horses, which was right serious at first. Ed Arbogast and John Kramer ...
For Sale Privately [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
For Sale Privately Owing to certain conditions I will sell with early reservations 163 acre farm situated on Rocky Ridge, 13 miles to rail roan \ mile to church school and county road. 8 room house 2 stables and oher buildings. Also . .about 60 acres under fence, improv ed, balance in good timber, should pay for place when worked out. Abun dance of fruit: apples, peaches, plums grapes, and pears.. Suitable for fruit grain or grazing. Part limestone, part sandy loam, both clay bottom Watered by 3 springs and well in yard, 2 springs would pipe in house. Mr. Man, if you are looking for a good home cheap, come around and I will show you a rare bargain, priced to go. Call at once if interested, as the early bird always catches the worm. Call on, Jacob E. Beverage Warm Springs, Va.
Services Continue [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
Services Continue The rev vai services at the Meth odist ch . 'h are still in pr .gross, and the pr.sior las made aummncer.id&amp;t. 1 reaching t.. Sunday night. The attendance on la-t Sunday night could not be accommodated in ihe auditorium, and late comers had to be seated in the Sunday-school room. This followed a day of personal visitations by teams selected for special work, and while there has been marked solemnity and close attention at practically all the meetings, the important decision asked for and urged, has been made by only a few. “Men’s Night,” Tuesday, March 29, was well attended, and the pastor’s text was “The wages of sin is death.” It was a presentation of facts, addressed directly and pointedly to the men of Monterey, and the ones who failed to get a "diagnosis” as well as a “prescription,” was either absent or have skins too thick to puncture. No one doubts that the meeting has been a success, in a very important sense, nor is there any doubt that the se...
TRIMBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
TRIMBLE March 27—Mrs. Arnet Gum and lit tie son of Monterey accompanied Miss es Addie and Mazie Robertson home and spent Easter in the home of the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Robertson. Rev. A. H. Miller and Mr. and Mrs Allie Gardner were guests Sunday of the latter’s parents Mr and Mrs. G. N. Lamb. Mrs. William Ginger and Frazier, Jared Hite, and Orvie Gutshall were guests Sunday of the formers sister Mrs Clay Waggy. Mrs. C. A. Dickson and sons, Stewart and William; Clem and Don Armstrong made a trip to Crabbottom Friday. Stewart Dickson who is teaching the Dry Branch school gave a spelling match Friday night and entertain ed the crowd with some good music given by H. M. Armstrong and Mr. Carr. Mrs. S. H. Terry and son, Frank took Miss Wade, who is teaching the Woods Terry school, home Friday and brought back her children, Hink le and Elsie who are attending the M. H. S. Roy Dickson came home for Easter Messers W. W. and A. J. Terry attended a sale at Meadow Dale Saturday....
MCDOWELL [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
MCDOWELL Mr. and Mrs. L. A Caricoff former residents of McDowell, are visiting Mr. and Mrs, John Rexrode. Mrs. Mary Pullin is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Lockridge. Mrs Mary Armstrong spent the week-end with her neice, Mrs Mary Evick. Arley Botkin has been quite sick for some time. Miss Hess and Miss May Ervine spent the Easter holidays with Mies Hess’ sister in Rockbridge. Mrs. S A. Hansel has gone to Staun ton to spend a few days with her sister, Mrs J G Dunsmore. Mr. and Mrs Lacy Baylor spent a part of last week with Mrs Baylor’s parents, Mr and Mrs. J. M Crowley. Mrs E. A McNulty, president of the Woman’s Auxiliary of the McDowell Presbyterian church, assisted by the members of Circle No 2, gave a social for the honorary members of that Circle, Monday evening, March 28, 1921. Rev L. M Moffett had prepared an excellent program on our work in Mexico, including several readings and an interesting talk by Mr Moffett in which he emphasized the fact that the only remedy for the...
CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 1 April 1921
CHURCH SERVICES Monterey Circuit—Sunday, April 3d. Preaching at Seybert Chapel. 11 a. m.; at Hightown, 3 p. m.; and at Monterey 8 p m. The service at Seybert Chapel will be a memorial for Miss Sadie Rexrode. Rembert D. McNeer Public services will be conducted at Beulah Presbyterian Church Sunday, April 3, 1921, at 11 o’clock a. m At that time the Lord’s Supper will be celebrated. It is earnestly desired that we have a large attendance. J. A. Mawhlnney, Pastor Preaching Union Chapel April 3 11: A M. Third quarterly meeting, Thorny Bottom, Wednesday, April 20 7:30 P. M. Revival services will begin at Green Hill, Apr. 24, Rev. J. Herbert Norton and wife evangelists. They wil also assist in Asbury and Fairview revivals. Geo. W. Thumm.