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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921
HIGHLAND COUNT? DIRECTORY. County and District Officers: Henry W. Holt, Jiffige of Ciicuit Court, Staunton, Ya. Terms of Court—4lh Tuesday in April, 2d Tuesday July, 2d Tuesday October. Andrew L. Jones, Commonwealth Attorney, Monterey, Va. W. H. Matheuy, Clerk, Monterey, Ya. W. N. Bird, Sheriff, Monterey, Ya. H. M. Slaven, Treasurer, Monterey, Va. J. W. E. Lockridge, Commissioner of Revenue, Monterey, Va. 1’ L. Beverage, Co. Surveyor, Monte•—Aey, Va. \V)tlier Muiteuax, S ~i. c f Door, Crab bottom, Va. U. E. Mauzy, Supt. of Schools, Hightown, Va. John M. Colaw, Commissioner of accounts, Monterey, Va. Blue Grass District J. W. Ilevener, Supervisor (Cinm.) Higluown, Va. ce J. Wimer, Overseer of Poor, Crabbottom, Va. Ben H. Cclaw, Constable, Crabbotiora Va. D. O. Bird, Justice, Valley Center,Va. E. D. Swecker, Justice, Monterey,lUl M. K. Simmons, Justice, Crabbottora, Monterey District. A. J. Terry, Supervisor, Trimble, Va. Arthur Ilevener, Overseer of Poor. Monterey, Ya. J. 11. Samples...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921
u Rat-Snap Kills 48 Rats’ Writes Irvin Nerbood, Pennsylvania He says; "After using one large package, we counted 43 dead rats.” HAT-SNAP I kills ’em, dries up the carcass, and leaves' ] no smell. Cats and dogs won’t touch it. Comes i n‘ con venien t si jte cakes ; no mixing with other food. Get a package today. Three sizes: Ssc for kitchen or cellar: 65c for chicken house or coin crib; $1.25 for teres and outbuildings. Your money back ! if RAT-SNAP doesa’ t do the work. RATS - LtAvtt MO m. £Ss£3s Sold t%sJ Guaranteed by McNulty Bros., McDowell, Va Highland Merc. Co., Monterey, Va. \V. Nicholas, Crabbottora, Va ■ &gt; y [I ASK YOUR DEALER EOR ; WALLACE’S BRAND § | HOUSEHOLD REMEDIES There is none better and you are protected by o their guarentee on each P o and every package. Q n i —a. UNIVERSITY OP VIRGINLi Head of Public School System of Va. DEPARTMENT REPRESENTED College, Graduate, Law, Medicine, Engineering to deserving students. $.'0.00 coveis all costs to Virginia stude...
Another Letter [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921
Another Letter Highland is vitally interested in the building of the Staunton— Monterey thou rough fa re, hence the following letter will be of interest. It explains itself. Richmond, Yu. Apiil. 23, 1021. Mr. John W. Stephenson, Warm Springs, Va. My Dear Sir: K:plying to yours cf the 19th inst wo have let the contract for the grading and drainage on the West Augusta project to Robert Marl n Co. of Roanoke. V. e ha\ e not yet been able to get a satisfactory bid on the surfacing. We have had a great deal of difficulty in ; tljng bids on this work. Yours very truly, G. P. Coleman, Commr. o-— —— Dr. Elmer T. Clark, noted author and writer, and who is deeply interested in the Christian Education Movement of the M. E. Church, South, stated publicly: “But aren’t we educating now? In a sense yes. And in a sense no. We have some great colleges ad have laid the foundations for two great universities. Our educational history is glorious; we have sent out from our schools some of the greatest m...
A Story of The Defeat of Death [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921
A Story of The Defeat of Death If you dig deep enough ana study deep enough, you will find humanity obtaining compensations for everything in this world. an ilia is a place called Death Vailoy, a place of horror because It is s huge rcdhot waterless area. The mher day, a party cf jolly Pennsylvania millionaires, headed by Sshwab, 11 1 - . ! king, motored into Death Va ■; , v,ell knowing theii autos would race them out of it before they need feel the pangs cf thirst Away-—away out in the desert they met two geld prospectors with an old horse and rickety wagon. One of the prospectors was lying in the wagon, suffering from blood poisoning, and bis pardner was taking him out for an operation. They were still days from the railroad and the sick man would have been dead before they could have reached It. But in Sehwab’e party was Dr. Jim Brown, of Pittsburg, one of the nations greatest surgeons. Out in that desolate region, out there in the vast solitudes of th burning desert. Doc Brown p...
Big Submarines Are Ineffective. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921
Big Submarines Are Ineffective. rn n iuui hm in the submarine vs. battleship controversy, Admiral Sir 11. Bacon states that because of the constructional conditions attending submarine design, a craft which navigates below water loses a large per cent of her surface lighting efficiency. 'Ton for ton, the lighting and scouting efficiency of a submersible craft of whatever size is only alwjut 15 per cent of that of tiie surface vessel. Sir George Ov en- Thun ten, naval director of Vickers, Limited, gives figures to show that a submarine of 5,-150 tons, having n surface speed of 30 knots, could mount an armament of only one 5.5-inch and one 3-inch gun.
Good Timber. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921
Good Timber. “Are you the president-elect?” “Yes, my friend. What can I do for you?” “Not a thing. I don't want an office. Don’t even want to offer you any good advice.” “My friend, I’m sorry the cabinet appointments have been made up.”— Louisville Courier-Journal.
u Commissioner’s Sale of Seal Estate [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921
u Commissioner’s Sale of Seal Estate Pursuant to authority vested by a decree entered at the last term of the Circuit Court of Highland County in the cause therein pending styled James K. Beathe vs Eliza J. Cobb and others, I will, or. Saturday, the 7 day of May, 1821, at the front door of the Court House of Highland County, offer for sale at public auction three tracts of land lying on crab Run adjoining the lands of J. W, E. Lockridge and others, one containing 78 acres, more or less, one acres, more or less and the other containing 30 acres more or less, upon the following terms: enough cash on the day of sale to pay the sum of $65.00 and the costs of suit and sale, and for the balance the purchaser to execute his oonds of equal amounts, waiving the homestead, bearing interest from date with personal security to be approved by the commissioner and falling due in one and two years respectively from date and title to be retained as ultimate security till all the purchase price shal...
IN JUNGLE'S GRIP I Writer Tells of Varieties of Tropical Tramps. Three Distinct Types Encountered In the Wilderness, Far From Any Habitation of White Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921
IN JUNGLE'S GRIP I Writer Tells of Varieties of Tropical Tramps. Three Distinct Types Encountered In the Wilderness, Far From Any Habitation of White Men. The more one wanders In the tropics, the stronger grows tiie call of the wanderlust, writes Harry L. Foster in Leslie’s. It makes tropical tramps. I have met many of them. Some were bums; some were railroad superintendents or managers of mining camps. Their one common falling was the foot itch. When two ITotestant missionaries passed through Lima on their way across the jungles to the Amazon to see whether the cannibals would take kindly to conversion, I left the embassy and joined them. We traveled by mule over the Andes and down the headwaters of the big rivers. Then we paddied down in a dugout canoe, sleeping at night on mosquito-infested sandbars, eating turtle eggs and monkey meat. I had met one class of T. T.’s in the mining camps—the kind that travel from camp to camp, making enough at one mine to carry them on to the next....
Dangers of Other Centuries. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921
Dangers of Other Centuries. A good many hundred thousand years ago there were various queer animals on this earth, and one of the queerest was a creature that is known today under the pleasant title of plesiosaurus dolichodeirus, or longnecked sea lizard. These far from pretty animals had a body shaped somewhat like a cigar, with a snakelike neck and a head that resembled a duck’s, while it was thrust through the water by four flappers and a short tail. An idea of their size can be gathered when it is known that a single tooih was a foot or more in length, and its head, the smallest part of its anatomy, was six feet long. A total length of 00 feet would not be a giant by any means, and there is reason to believe its strength was so great that a single snap of the jaws would be powerful enough to cut through a tree with a 36-inch circumference. It lived almost ail of the time in the sea, and dined oil’ fish and other marine food. Its battles must have been terrific, as skeletons have...
ALL A “SIMPLE MAN ’ KNEW But His Cheery Greeting Caucccl Many To Take More Hopeful View of Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921
ALL A “SIMPLE MAN ’ KNEW But His Cheery Greeting Caucccl Many To Take More Hopeful View of Life. Used to have a man down our way that some folks called “short” In his upper story. We never looked for him to say a sensible thing or do one. lie couldn’t if he tried with all his might. He was the neighborhood fool, says a writer in Farm Life. IJut one thing that man did know, and that was that Cod never unde a day that was not all right. Whether it rained or snowed or blew or shone, It was a tine day with him. Meet him anywhere and you would never catch him without a smile on his face and a cheery, “Nice day 1” on his lips. And this man who was short in the upper story did more to make folks feel good inside of them and inspire them to look on the bright side of dtf© than any —ot her farmer ttt the neighborhood. We all went on after we had met him in the road with a warmer feeling in our hearts, thinking: “Now, maybe it really is a better day than I had thought it was.” No man could ha...
Singing Frogs, [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921
Singing Frogs, Frozen frogs are poultry. Ergo, live frogs must be birds. Such is the reasoning of the United States customs service. Lem Louie Wing, cook on the Persia Mam, brought a pair of singing frogs all the way from China as pets for his little niece up in Chinatown. P.eing honest, Lem Louie visited the customs house and declared his intention of bringing into the United States two frogs. Now, according to customs rules, everything entering the port must come under its proper classification. The tomes of the office were searchedand no classification of frogs war found. It looked like Lem Louie’s little niece would have to get along without her pets. Then Deputy Surveyor Cook had t&lt; bright idea. Reference to the appraisal lists under the heading of “poul try” showed that frozen frogs may enter as “poultry.” Such being the case, Collector Irby was called upon to rule whether live frogs might not enter as “birds.” “The reasoning is char.” he ni'ed. “If the general appr...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 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 Ave 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 Avith side strips and nails ready to be put on the slats for only $5.5?, per set; . three-fourth set for songle 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 V. B. Bishop, Monterey, Ya., \V. G. Hull, Hightown Va., Newman and Mullenax, Crabbot ton, Ya. YV. 11. Swadley, McDowell, Ya. Yours truly, J. P. KISE &amp; CO. Makers and Dealers, Arm Lock Folding Bed Springs, Hightown To tlis Voters of the Counties of Bath, H...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921
AFTER ANY ILLNESS THE BLOOD IS WEAK If You Get Well Slowly, Try Building’ Up Your Blood Its Blood That Feeds The Body Pepto-Hangan Creates Rich Red Blood, Changes Pale Complex ions to Bloom of Health A serins illness, even a cold that is hard to shake uff can reduce the blood to a weak, watery condition which keeps the normal strength and vigor from coming back. The poor physical condition brings on a helpless discouraged mental condition which rich, red blcod can restore. Pure blood should be rich in iron which Nature supplies to some extent in food. But often thrugh faulty digestion or improper diet you dont get the needed iron, and your blood, on weaker and weaker. Glide’s Pepto-Mangan enriches the blood, increases the red blood cells and supplies the ingredients that bring a quick response in vigor, vitality, and fine color. Physicians recommend Glide’s Pep-to-Mangan. When you order, be sure the word “Glide’s” is on the package Without “Glide’s” it is not Pepto[Mangan. Furnished...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 29 April 1921
Pocahontas County Hereford Breeders . Association. Pocahontas County is becoming bet tex- known every year as a section tha ter known every year as a section that produces high class Hereford;;, Horned or Polled. Our breeding herds have increased in number and are con stantly improved through c re, sleet ion and addition of better bleed and the results are seen in the growing demand for Pocahonns County Iterfords. FOR SALE A number of registered young Iterford bulls— The very best horned and polled blood are represented in our herds Correspondence given proper attention. Inspection of herds invited. E. P. KIDD’S Sec. Hillsboro, Yd. Va. o— VIRGINIA: In vacation 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 gi'ounds of desertion and adultery. And it appearing from affidavid that Howard K. Arbogast is a nonresident of th...