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Dies In Covington [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
Dies In Covington Mrs. H. .J. Crummett died yesterday at her home in Covington. Funeral arrangements have not yet been announced. Mrs. Crummett was about fifty years of age and until several years ago made her home in Deerfield. BcfoA her marriage she was Miss Jennre Garber. Mrs. Crummett w’as a sister-in-law of Mrs. Berlin Holt and Frank Crummett of Staunton. She is Survived by her husband and several children—Staunton-News Leader Mr. and Mrs Crummett are both re membcrod by Montercyans, this being their home for some time after their marriage. Mr. Crummett is an uncle of R. H. Crummett of Crabbottom.
ATTENTION MEN! [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
ATTENTION MEN! For the interest of ex-service men of the Army, information is furnished that upon request to the Victory Medal Office, 1112 Capital Street, Richmond, Virginia, necessary forms for making application for Victory Medal will be mailed promptly to any ex-service man who desires them. It is necessary for the discharge certificate, or a certified copy thereof on Form 740-c, A. G. O. in the case of enlisted men, and Form 74 0-d, A. G. 0., in the case of officers, to accompany the application. When original discharge certificate is mailed to this office, application is approved, forwarded and discharge certificate returned to applicant promptly. Attention is invited to the fact that an applicant should always furnish a complete and correct address. Those who have not received the Victory Medal should not delay in making application, as the offices now located in each state are likely to be discontinued in the near future and applications will have to be made to the Adjutant ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
NOTICE I hereby notify all persons holding claime against me to present the same for collection and settlement. I want 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 having been settled in full before this date. Given under my hand this sth. day of April, 1921. S. S. WADE
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
A NERVOUS WOMAN Huntersville, W. Va. —“After I got over the influenza last spring I was all run down and suffered from functional disturbances. I suffered with bearing pains and was so nervous I felt as if I would go to pieces. My breath was so short that I could not walk up hill at all or hardly walk upstairs. Having used Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription with good results when I came into womanhood, I decided to try it again. I have taken three bottles and am feeling tine,” — MRS. NELLIE J. BUSCH. Mention this paper in answering adv
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
Better Than Traps For Rats | Write* Adusj Drug Texas &lt;* | They say: RAT-SNAP is doing the work | and the rat undertakers are as busy as pop com on a hot stove**’ Try it on your rats. RAT-SNAP is a "money back” guaranteed sure killer. Comes ready for use: no mixing with other foods. Cats and dogs won t touch it. Rats dry up and leave no smell. Three sizes: Ssc for one room; 65c for house or chicken yard ; 51.25 for bams and outbuildings. Start killing rats today. Sold and Guaranteed by McNulty Bros., McDowell, Va Highland Merc. Co, Monterey, Va. I. W. Nicholas, Crabbottom, Va.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
Attention A very useful, household necessity that has already proved that they last a life tim«, and are needed at all seasons of the year, and as long as we need any thing is the Armlock Folding Bed Spring, which you can now have shipped by parcel post to any address. Postage prepaid at following prices: 1 full set, complete with side strips and nails ready to be put on the slats for only $5.55, per set; three-fourth set for single bed $4.20; half set for lounge $2.80. If you so desire I will ship C. O. D., postage paid. Thanking the public very much for the very liberal patronage given me during the last 25 years and soliciting your future orders for springs this spring. Can also be obtained at the same price from Y. B. Bishop, Monterey, Va., W. G. Hull, Hightown Ya., Newman and Mullenax, Crabbot ton, Va. W. H. Swadley, McDowell, Va. Yours truly, J. P. HISE &amp; CO. Makers and Dealers, Arm Lock Folding Bed Springs, Hightown o To the Voters of the Counties of Bath, Highlan...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 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 line 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 Ail 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. Will 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 will be e...
LOC VL NEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
LOC VL NEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. highland Recorder MONTEREY FRIDAY APR 22 1921 Court opens on Tuesday, April 26. Remember the Recorder man when in to court. &gt; Mrs. Joseph Jones has been on the sick list for a week or more. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Stephenson, of Jacksons river, were in Monterey Tuesday. Harry Hiner of Jacksons river, was on a business trip to Monterey Thursday. Edward Gillett and John Cleek, of the Bath county border, were here on business first of the week. Ernest Lockridgo, of the Mcside, was shopping in Monterey Monday. A G. Anson Bird, of Churchville, moved the balance of his stock to his Back Creek farm Tuesday. Irish Cobbler potatoes for sale at V. B. Bishop’s at 75c per bu. Let us send your absent friend or relative the Highland Recorder. Attend to this while at court. When in to court and looking for millinery follow the crowd to South Spruce St. and the Little Fashion Shop will look after your wants. Mrs. Faurote sale ad for Apr...
Public Sale [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
Public Sale Having had to postpone my sale, I will on Wednesday, April 27, 1921 offer for sale at my pace 2 miles South of Monterey all my personol property as follows: 3 bed steads, 2 sets of springs, 1 dresser, 1 wardrobe, 2 heating stoves, 1 cook stove, 1 kitchen safe, 2 kitchen tables, 1 couch, 3 little tables, 1 desk 1 press, 1 shot gun, 1 clock, 80 cans of fruit, 1 vinegar keg, lot of empty cans, 15 crocks, 1 iron kettle, 1 garden plow, nearly new, 1 croquet set 17 chickens, a lot of kitchen utensials, some garden tools, and other things too numerous to mention. Sale to begin at IQ o’clock TERMS—AII articles of five dollars and under.' cash, over that amount a note for six months with interest and two good endorsers. Mrs. H. M. Faurote. Clyde Herold—Auctioneer
Bold Thief [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
Bold Thief What was probebly a case of burglary—the first reported here for a long time —was discovered Monday morning when the Monterey Garage and Light plant opened up for business. One of the rear doors was found unbolted and an investigation disclosed the work of a thief or thieves, an extra tire having been taken from Mrs. Sula Slaven’s car and a number of bulbs from the head lights of several other cars stored in th building. The thief was evidently looking for a tire of certain size or make, for another tire, of same size but not so good, had been taken to the door, evidently for inspection or company The one taken was fairly good and on a demountable rim. \ ■As to the means of entrance and hour of theft there is more than one theory: If the door was forced from the out side it occured after the lights were out—ll o’clock, but it would have ben possible for the thief to have entered from the front earlier than this, removed the bolt so as to make the robbery easy when the bui...
DOE HILL [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
DOE HILL April 19 —Mrs John Monler and son Alfred, of Mt. Solon, came over Saturday and remained over Sunday with Mrs. Mohler’s mother, Mrs. Martha Armstrong. They returned Monday accompanied by the latter, who will go to Staunton to consult a specialist in regard to a cancerous growth on her nose. E. W. Armstrong, of Rolla, Va., spent the week end with his brother, J. H. Armstrong. Mr, and Mrs Elmer Keister and little daughter, of Brandywine, visited Mrs Keister’s mother over Sunday. Warren Wooddell cut his foot right badly with an ax last week. Bucher Price has sold his farm to which he recently moved to Benjamin Moats and sons, of Pendleton. This place was owned for a number of years by the late Joseph Blagg. Randolph Eagle went to Richmond last week. Ernest Hoover motored to Staunton yesterday and will attend the Sparks show today. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Stover, and Miss Minnie Pope spent a day last week in Monterey shopping, Supt. Robt. Mauzy spent last Friday in our village. Mrs. ...
VALLEY CENTER [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
VALLEY CENTER R. W. Lightener is spending some time in W. Va. Miss Elsie Puffenberger left Tuesday for Pocahontas. Rev. J. A. Mawhinny and Elder W P. Campbell attended Presbytery. Harry Lightener and Miss Bessie Cleek spent Sunday at Cass W. Va. Mrs. C. C. Burns is right ill. Mrs. W. P. Campbell spnt several days last week in Churchville. G. A. Bird is at his Valley Center farm looking after his stock, W. D. Wade is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. A, Wade. Mrs. Cecil Bird is visiting friends in W. Va. Arthur Campbell made a business trip to Minnahaha Springs first of the week. Mrs. C. L. Bird is very much complaining. Miss Lucile Campbell spent the week-end at home. Mrs. Herbert Ryder and sister Miss Grace Chew spent a few days last week with Mrs. Ina Ryder. G. W. Rose and son from bath brought their cattle to W. A. Wade’s last week.
IN MEMORIAM [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
IN MEMORIAM Andrew W. Gillett was born Nov. 10, 1838, died March 18, 1921, aged 82 years, 4 mos. and 8 days. One of the few remaining veterans of the Civil War, he was brave, dependable and loyal to the cause of the Sunny South. He served as a private in Co. K. 52nd Reg., Earlie’s Brigade, Jacksons Division He was wounded in the 2d Battle of Fredericksburg May sth, 18 63. He was engaged in the Battle of McDowell, Winchester, Strasburg and Fredericksburg, also in battles around Richmond and helped capture Harpers Ferry. From boyhood a mem ber of the M. E. church South. He was consistant firm and true, he ser ved acceptably his church in the offices of class leader, superintendent. His family alter was evergreen, His home was the preacher’s home, he loved and knew his bible. He could say to others, “follow me as I follow Christ”. His funeral services were conducted by his pastor, Rev. C. H. Shaw assisted by Rev. S. R. Snead of McDowell. He rests in the family burying ground by his wif...
GOES OVER ROAD [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
GOES OVER ROAD Owen Wade, driving R. M. Trimble’s Ford truck loaded with freight, was badly bruised and rendered unconscious on Tuesday night when his car went over the road on the eastern slope of Shenandoah. The lights had gone bad and in some way the truck got over the end of a culvert. In trying to regain the road-bed the car went over the bank and down the decline some 20 feet into the woods, turing over one or more times but righting itself in the last tumble. Delroy Pruitt and Elbert Puffinberger were along with the load but had gotten out of the cab before the j accident. They searched the wreck jin vain for Owen, but in the semidarkness could find nothing of him, !so became alarmed and started for help. Delroy, who is aM.H. S. senior, proved no bad sprinter, for he struck a running gait and kept it up until he reached Headwaters, some 3J miles distant. Some of the road enneers accompanied him to the scene of the accident while a telephone mes sage to Monterey gave notice to...
TRIMBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
TRIMBLE Apr, 19 —Chilly April weather still prevails. There is a great deal of sickness in our community, some of thos£ ion the sick list are: Dave Folks’ little child, Mrs. Dillie Hiner, Mrs. Robert Gutshall, and Chas. Doyle. Roy Dickson came home to see his brothe.r Robert who was very ill. Messers Puffenberger and Wilfong of Boyer, W. Va., have moved their saw-mill to Harvey Waggy’s place and will be ready to begin sawing soon. Mrs. Hollie Gutshall and three daughters, of Back Creek, are visiting relatives and friends here. Dick and Harper Terry who have had employment near Warm Springs, are spending some time with frinds and relatives around here. Mr. Carson and Frank Terry have gone to West Va. for cattle. Elma Folks has been unable to attend school for a few days. Miss Audrey Swadley of Monterey spent a few days with relateives at Trimble. Misses Virginia and Esther Armstrong spent Sunday with their cousins, Misses Mae and Lona Armstrong. Hiawatha wishes to correct a mistake s...
McDowell [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
McDowell Mrs. J. C. Pruitt of Monterey is spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Crowley. Miss Hattie Williams, of Wash ington D. C., who spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W H. Williams, returned Saturday. Gladys, little daughter of Sidey Ervine, while running through the field last Sunday, fell and broke her leg a few iches above the ankle. She was carried to Dr. Siron to have it set. Miss Ruth Maloy has been quite sick for more than a week with quin sy. F. C. Lockridge, who purchased the wilfong property, has a force of workmen building additional rooms and porches to his house and is making quite an improvement. Miss Elsie Moffett of Augusta, accompanied her brother, Rev. L. M. Moffett home from Presbytery. On Tuesday 12th the qustion, resolved that all immigration into the U. S. should be suspended for a period of 5 years, was debated at McDowell High School. The affirmative side was upheld by Chabbottom High School, the debaters being Miss Margie Wimer and Mr. K...
REWARD [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 22 April 1921
REWARD I will pay $lO.OO to any one finding and returning the 32 by 4 Goodyear tire on rim taken from my garage Sunday night. I will also pay $50.00 for evidence that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the party or parties that entered my garage and stole the above tire and several keys and light bulbs from cars. Monterey Garage &amp; Light Co. C. M. Lunsford