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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
For Sale at Once As I expect to leave the County this spring I will sell privetly my home near Monterey. Good seven room house with electric lights, cist ern water at kitchen, stable, cellar, with granery over same, wood house plenty of fruit, large garden, pasture for one or two cows. Right price to buyer. J. H. PRUITT, o Card of Thanks We desire to thank our friends for their kindness and sympathy toward us in our recent bereavement. J. W. Simmons &amp; Children. NOTHING WEONG EXCEPT “EUN DOWN” Heart All Eight—Lungs All Eight But Blood Weak No Energy Or Enthusiasm That’s When You Need PeptoMangan—The Eed Blood Builder When you feel weak and almost sick, see a doctor and find out what is wrong. It may be a serious illness. But in many cases the doctor finds nothing really wrong except a general rundown condition due to the need of stronger, richer blood. For over thirty years physicans have recommended Gude’s PeptoMangan to restore weakened blood to its normal healthy state...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
&gt; Better Than Traps For Rats Writes Adams Drug Co., Texas • They say: RAT-SNAP is doing the wort? and the rat undertakers are as busy as pop corn on a hot stove." Try it on your rats. RAT-SNAP isa "money back”guaranteed sure ki.ler. Comes ready for use ; no mixing with other foods. Cats and dogs won t touch it. Rats dry up and leave no etneil. Three sizes: 85c for one room; 65c for house or chicken yard ; 51.25 for barns and outbuildings. Start killing rats today. ■*■■■■ Sold and Guaranteed by McNulty bros., MeDowcii f. W. NICAOLAS, Crabbottom HIGHLANLD MER. CO., Monterey NOTICE I hereby notify all persons holding claime against me to present the same for collection and settlement. I wan± all claims for money due settled while I am yet alive and do not want any stale demands pressed against my estate after I am dead. I am prepared and ready and willing to pay all just demands against me and it is my earnest desire to pay all my debts immediately, all of which I am aware h...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
To tfce Voters of the Counties of Bath, Highland and Bockbridge 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. The Highland Recorder and The Thrice-a-Week World both for a year $2.35, in advance. DR, I. C. WAGNER ' DENTIST Office 2nd floor - Masonic Temple MONTEREY, VIRGINIA
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
C. W. TRIMBLE'S I am now prepared to show you the most immense line of shoes, shoes for every body—men, women, boys, girls and childrens shoes, slippers, ox fords of almost every discription Also a full line of men’s and boys’ suits, pants, children’s dresses—A full hoe of dry goods—men’s and children’s hats; in fact I have one of the most complete and up-to-date stock of goods ever offered in this town. Among the specialties I have to offer is coffee, salt, leather, men’s shirts, cotton cloth, floor coverings, overalls, emamel wear, and the most attractive line of ladie’s, and gent’s oxfords ever offered on the market All of this is new stock, was bought on the latest and lowest market and the prices, I believe, will be a pleasant surprize to you. W&gt;ll be very glad for you to come and see me when you are in town. Will buy any produce I can han die. Please come in and see how I can sell you some of these leading commodities. I am giving the store my personal attention and...
LOCAL NEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
LOCAL NEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. Highland Recorder MONTEREY FRIDAY APR 15 1921 I. Q. Simmons, of Fisherville was in Monterey Tuesday. C. P. Waybright made a trip to Philadelphia last week. The spring term of the circuit court convenes on Tuesday the 26th. Mrs. C. B. Fox is visiting her relatives in Rockingham county. The cold snaps in March and April put a new “sigh” in cider. W. D. Wade is spending some time at his old home on Back Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Newman, of Crabbottom were in town Wednesday Little Lucius Stephenson, who has hvery sick, is about well again fcliss Sallie Slaven, of Pennsylvania, is the guest of Mrs. W. N. Bird. R. E. Mauzy, Div. Supt., was in Monterey Tuesday. J. Ed Arbogast is building a four room bungalow on his Wade place near Mill Gap. Robert Malcom, Roy Dickson and Mrs. C. W. Trimble were passengers on the Pullins incoming car Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dudley, of Augusta, spent a few days this week with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ar...
McKENDREE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
McKENDREE April 11—Jos. H. Hiner was a business visitor to Monterey today. Hobart Siron left a few days - go for Illinois, where he expects to spend a while. Roy Wine, Walter and Charles Cupp, of Rockingham county, were recent visitors to this neighborhood, John Ralston who recently underwent an operation at the K. D. hospital Staunton, Va., Has returned home and is getting along very nicely Charles Botkin attended the sale last week, of the property belonging to the late Ursula Leach, at Churchville, Va. Mrs. Charles Snyder spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Bucher Price of the Doe Hill community. Mist Mary Armstrong is spending sometime in the Monterey vicinity. Harrison Malcom began work last week on J. H. Hogsett’s new dwelling house. Mirs Maggie Ralston and brother Gilbert spent a few hours at J. O. Malcora’s last Sunday. Clement G. Armstrong and family of Mt Solon, Va., are visiting Mr. Armstrong’s parents, Mr. and Mrs, Jos. E. Armstrong Miss Lizzie Mitchell went to Viln...
HONOR LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
HONOR LIST NEW—Miss Ida Simmons, Harrisonburg; H H, Judy, Moyers, W. Va,; Ira Snyder, Manhattan, Kans. RENEWALS—Mrs Ed Stuart, Bartown; Mrs. R. L. Waybright, Crabbottom; Mrs. A A Jordan, J B Lightner, Monterey; G W Hook, Vilna; L W Shoulder, Richmond; L. M, McClung, Clover Creek; F. F. Sterrctt, Buena Vista; Mrs Kate Gibson, Huntersville.
CRABBOTTOM [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
CRABBOTTOM We are having a regular wild goose storm. Leonard and Gladys Hammer spent Sunday night with Mrs. Ada Hammer. Miss Pattie Nicholas, who was with her sister, Mrs. Press Rexrode, returned home Sunday. Gilbert Calhoun of Dry Run is doing a wonderful business at Bussard Run with his saw mill, Billie Hoover and Lewis Collins were guests of Walter Mullenax Saturday night. Miss Ada Hammer gave a birth day dinner Sunday in Honer of her great aunt, Mrs. L. F. Hawkins Those present were: her mother,. Mis, Mary Colaw, Mr, and Mrs Osford Wagoner, Leonard, and Gladys, Hammer and several children. We hope some one will give a mem orial sketch of the death of Joe Winner and G ondmother Simmons. The little baby of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Wimer is sick with pneumonia. Mrs. Sarah Hinkle was called to Circleville Monday to see her niece Miss Nelson, buried Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wimer of Durbin are her visiting relatives. Miss Sallie Mullenax spent Sunday with her friend. Hazel Colaw. Walter Mullenax g...
ATTENTION [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
ATTENTION Owing to the prevailing high prices in my line of supplies, I will be obliged to~charge fifteen cents a shave as heretofore. All neighboring shops are charging 15 &amp; 20 cents for a shave and you can judge from them that barber supplies have not been re duced. Rates to go in effect Saturday April 16. Respectfully, Chas, Diggs, barber.
For Sale Privately [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 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 road \ mile to church school and county road. 8 room house 2 stables and oher buildings. Also , .about 60 acres under fence, }mprov 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, port sandy loam, I ill clay bottom Watered by 3 spri 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.
CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
CONFERENCE The annual Con'orence closed Its Rranoke sessin on Monday, and i» said to be one of the shorest in its history. We regret our inability to give appointments in full for Moorefleld district and to report the whereabouts of former pastors, but none of the daily papers received before press hour give the list. All that can be. given, therefore, relates to this immediate field, all three of the former pastors having been returned—Mr. McNeer to Monterey, Mr. Snead to McDowell and Mr. Lindamood to Crabbottom. The new presiding elder is Rev. J. H. Light, and the former P. E., Rev G. W Richardson is in charge of Rockingham district.
Made a Good Start [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
Made a Good Start Notwithstanding the inclemency of the wo?. f her on last Saturday some 30 or 40 workmen turned out to up the cemetery and make nec essary improvements. The work of grubbing, filling up sunken graves, straightening up tomb stones grading | etc. constituted the initial day’s work The entire force worked diligently .until noon hour, when dinner was by the ladies, who had pre pared an abundant supply of good ‘things to eat. It surely brought a smile to the hungry “faces” and all expressed themselves delighted with the eats. ! Backed by the excellent dinner, the force in the afternoon made the [“old rubbish” live hard the rest of the evening and by close of day the cemetery had a different appearance. A few more day’s work like last Saturday and the silent loved ones wTH not be ashamed of visitors. Let’s have another day soon.
Resolutions of the Pisgah Sunday School [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
Resolutions of the Pisgah Sunday School Many hearts in our church and community were overwhelmed with grief, when God in hig wise but mysterious providence called from earth to Heaven on March 16, 1921, our beloved friend and co-worker, Mrs. Lucy Woods; therefore in view of the great loss which we as a Sunday school have sustained, and the greater loss to her family, be it resolved: 1 That the members of this Sunday School hereby desire to express their deep sense of bereavement and grief in the loss of so faithful and beloved woman. 2 That we sincerely sympathize with her family in this dark hour of sorrow and grift, and that we commend them for consolation to God our Heavenly Father who “doeth all things well”. 3 That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the bereaved family, a copy sent to the Christian Observer and the Highland Recorder for publication and a copy spread upon the minutes of the Sunday School. Mrs. Willaim R. Stephenson Mis. Dennis Gum Mrs. John H. Stephenson Com...
Death [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
Death Mrs. John W. Simmons, aged lady of Forks of Waters, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Arbogast, on Friday last. She had been in feeble health for a long time and contracted pneumonia which terminated fatally in a few days. She is survived by her aged husband and several children, one son, S. L. Simmons living in Maryland and another, Jacob E., in Nebraska. The daughters living are Mrs. Arbogast, with whom the aged couple resided in recent years, Mrs. T. S. Wag ner, of Straight Creek, and Miss Ida Simmons, who has been employed in Harrisonburg. There are probably others whose names we do not know. Mrs. Simmons was a member of the church and held in high esteem by those who knew her.
Not This Year [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
Not This Year May it please your Honor —Ladies and Gentlemen of the jury” will not be heard in Highland courts during 1921. The Jury commission met on Monday to select 100 names to be placed in the box and from w'hich to draw j jurors during the year, and after an iexchange of views and due deliberation, no names of women were selected. It is needless to add that such action was without detriment to or reflection on the fair sex of the county, but doubtless on the conclusion that the ladies of the county would prefer to have it so. In many states the ladies are performing regular jury service and they have been highly complimented by court officials, lawyers and even those upon whom they sit in judgement, and there is no reason certainly not from the standpoint of intell igence and all-round qualifications why Highland women should not take part in this important branch of public service for which they are now legally qualified. Strange to say, w r e have not heard a single expressi...
CONTRACT LET [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
CONTRACT LET Highlanders were specially pleased to learn by wire Wednesday that the six-mile section of road between the bridge and West Augusta had been let to contract under the bidding which closed April 7th, or presumably so. The message further stated that the work was to be completed in 150 days, which means Oatober, and before the winter mud is to be contended with again. Since putting the above in type, we are informed by one of our townsmen that he had just returned from Commissioner Coleman’s office and that the stretch of road referred to would be let at once as the Commissioner had received a satisfactory bid. We hope that it will soon be put down in black and white.
CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 15 April 1921
CHURCH SERVICES 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 v/ill be celebrated. It is earnestly desired that we have a large attendance. J. A. Mawhinney, Pastor Monterey Circuit—Sunday, April 17th. preaching at Hightown, 11A. M.; at Trinity 3 P. M.; and at Monterey 8 P. M. R. D. McNeer A. M.—Subject, Eternal Punishment. Preaching at Asbury Apr. 17, 11 Thorny Bottom, 3 P. M. Subject— The Lure of the Dance. 3rd Quarterly Meeting, Thorny Bottom, Apr. 20. 7:30 P. M. Dr. L E. Ressegger, Dist. Supt., will preach Geo. W. Thumm, Pastor