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Why Not [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
Why Not Carrying out the important feature of the educational campaign of numerous denominations soon to open, Rev. R. D. McNeer at the morning service here last Sunday preached on the subject of Christian education. One of the projects included in the campaign is the establishing of an in ria Trial school by and within the be nds of ihq Baltimore conference au.i the pastor sprung a surprise and aroused interest by designating High land county as the logical and ideal location for the contemplated institutin. The county is centrally located has unsurpassed scenic attractions its altitude, fresh air and pure water contributing to healthfulness, and flic pasioi suggested that our choncos in the premises would pass from tlu possibility to the probability stage by one or more citizens donating a cite and a general loosening up of the countj’s purse strings. „ The barrier of isilation is in pro cess of elimination and in a few years will be out of the way, means of ingress and egress bei...
The Only r,lan VvTlio Can Stop Wars [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
The Only r,lan Vv T lio Can Stop Wars The science cf biology proves that man is a fighting animal. We are sor ry for that, but we didn’t make bid. ogy. On the other hand, we /vre among those who still hope mankind, will some day live at peace. Now there is the president of the International Machinists Union, W. If. Johnson, who has called on the metal workers of the world to refuse to manufacture arms and ammunition and thus put an end to all wars. . It wiil be painful news to Mr. John son to hear that war is not at all de pendent on the metal workers. Thous ands of years B. J.—that is, before Johnson—or before the Krupps, or berore steel men made war very successfuly without guns, or powder or T. N. T., or even swords. The sling, the stone, the hatchet, the bow and the simple wooden club were once very efficient killers. The truth is that the most horrible war ever waged could be staged today without a battleship, or cannom o. a rifle or a pistol—and even with ci -an ounce of powde...
1 Denying the Creative Impulse. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
1 Denying the Creative Impulse. Well, this at least may be said of the author’s business. Though the machine-made product pile up sales — and dollars —in authorship even as in mercantile trade, it will never make one permanent reputation. Neither will the card index mind that consistently denies the real creative impulse. The creative impulse may make money or it may not —it is incalculable and unconscionable. But any writer who lets it fume unsatisfied while the central office of his mind conducts a coldly intellectual business purely for profit is bound to walse some fine day to find the sudden havoc it has made of all his careful diagrams and codifications. And the last state of that man shall be worse—and just possibly better also —than his-first! —From the weekly editorial of the Literary Review.
THE CRUX OF THE WHOLE MATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
THE CRUX OF THE WHOLE MATTER In these times of labor troubles and unrest generally, it behooves every intelligent man be he capitalist working man, to keep posted on conditions. The following address by Cheas. M. Schwab, said by judgtv; to possess “The Master Mind” of the country, upon all questions concerning industries and labor, should be carefully read and digested by every man who is concerned regarding the betterment of conditions. It is brief ly an Illumination of these great ques tions, hnd so plain and simple, that a wayfaring man tho a fool can not btu understnd it. Charles M. Schwab, the steel mag nate who has just returned from a vis it to. Europe, stated iu an address at i&gt;- luncheon the other day some palpable truths, which ought to help the workers, 5,000,000 of whom are now adrift in this country for want of em . ployment, as well as manufacturers merchants, and the transportation companies, to understand what is needed to set our feet on the highway of pr...
AN INDUSTRIAL TRAINING SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
AN INDUSTRIAL TRAINING SCHOOL - At its recent session in the city of Boanoke the Baltimore Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, S. decided to establish somewhere in' the mountain region of the Conference territory an industrial training School . The purpose of such a school is to teach the usual curriculum of a fiist class high school or an academy music, business thaining, domestic science, and some trades. The school is to be established primarily for the benefit of the ambitious girl or boy who cannot pay the fees of the ordinary academy, or even the board bill required to attend some high school. The school, will welcome all' who come, these who can pay all the fees, those who can pay only part and even those who come without any money at all. How can this be done without a very Irge endowment? The answer is “by work”. The school will need a farm large enough to enable it to raise all the supplies that will grow in this country in sufficient quantities to supply the tab...
SHOPPING SERVICE AT YOUR COMMAND [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
SHOPPING SERVICE AT YOUR COMMAND Make yourselt as gay as spring and Summer. jiVhen Nature prepares itself for Sring and Summer with fresh rai ment of all bright colors. Follow nat ure and prepare for the coming seas on with new suits, dresses hats, and shoes. Satisfaction guaranteed on all your orders placed with me. Isabel M. Coleman 752 Reservoir St. Baltimore, Md. Will shop with you when in our. city.— Phone Madison 324
WEEKLY MARKETGRAM [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
WEEKLY MARKETGRAM (U. S. Bureau of Markets) Washington, D. C., May 9.—Fruit and Vegetables—Northern round white potatoes nearly steady at shipping points, closing 60 to 70c sacked Chicago carlots 80 to 90c. New York round whites 90c to $l.lO eastern consuming centers. New York Baldwin apples up 25 to 50c per bbl. in several eastern wholesale markets. A cold storage stock $6 to $7 per bbl; sales reported in Boston as high as $8; New York •&gt;8.50. Tennessee Klondike strawberries slightly weaker New York at 25 to -&gt;oc, quart basis; Viig . m st 'K 2S to 30c. Dairy Products—Butter markets showed tendency to become steadier the past week. Prices fluctuated slightly but on the whole conditions pointed to more confidence in trading New York and "Boston 36; Chicago 31 ic; Phildelphia 37c. 'Live Stock and Meats —Hogs prices at Chicago advanced 50c per lOOlbs the past week. Beef steers and butcher cattle practically unchanged; feeder steers up 15c to 25c; fat lambs steady;...
LAKE OF FIRE NEVER QUIET Spectacle Furnished by Hawaiian Volcano May Well Be Said to Be Everlasting. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
LAKE OF FIRE NEVER QUIET Spectacle Furnished by Hawaiian Volcano May Well Be Said to Be Everlasting. Hawaii’s lake of everlasting fire has never been quiet so far as Hilo local records or traditions testify. That is, not quiet for any length of time. It covers itself with a black sheet of lava which looks like wet rubber at intervals as regular as the breathing of a sleeper. This black covering no sooner completely hides the living, angry red lava than it cracks and splits with noises, breaks in-, to cakes which sink into the burning pit, and the molten lava of the lake is again in commotion. The whole strange performance, as I recall, the freezing over, the breaking up, the renewed billowing of fire, takes less than ten minutes. The lake so called, is an opening a hundred yards or so wide in the floor of the crater, which is eight miles in circumference. It can be compared to a hole in ice; the crater floor, although of black, hardened lava, is in physical character like rough shor...
To parble. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
To parble. While modern custom permits the use of the word “garbled” in the sense of selecting the worst and not the best parts of a story, yet the use of the word In this sense is Incorrect. The word originally meant to cull out and select the most suitable parts and to reject the worst and least suitable parts. It Is therefore Incorrect to speak of a “garbled statement” in the sense of a mutilated or dishonest statement. for formerly in London the name “garbler” was applied to officers appointed by law to look after the purity of drugs and spices, and the term “garbled” was applied to such articles only after they had been examined and freed from impurities and Improper admixtures.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
Doyou know you can roll lOcts from one bag of GENUINE BulLDurham TOBACCO VIRGINIA: i In vacation in the Cleric 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 is there fore ordered that he appear here with in 15 days after due publication here of and do what'is necessary to protect his interests. Test. W. H. Matheny, Clk. E. B. Jones, P. Q. it o The Highland Recorder and The Thrice-a-Week World both for a year $2.35, in advance.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
Statement of the Financial Condition or the Crabbottom Valley Bank, Incorporated. located at Crabbottom in the county of Highland, State of Virginia at the close of business April 28, 1921, made to the State Corporation Commission. RESOURCES * Loans and discounts 235,086.64 Overdrafts unsecured 711.19 Bonds, securities, etc owned including prem on same 22,250.00 Banking house and lot 1,400.00 Furniture ail'd fixtures 2,000.00 Exchanges and checks for next days clearings . 284.87 Due from National Nanks 20,419.44 Paper Currency 6,570.00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 15.41 Gold coin 1,096.00 Silver coin „ 237.85 Total . 290,071.40 LIABILITIES ' Capital stock paid in 25,000.00 Surplus fund 10,000.00 Undivided profits, less amt. pd. for int. exp. and taxes 4,118.78 Individual deposits, subject to check 67,210.39 Time certificates of dept 183,410.15 Cashier’s checks optstanding 20,00 Total of all deposits 250,640.54 Reserved for accrued int. on certificates of deposit 190....
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
C. W. TRIMBLE’S From now until notified in this space you buy the following- articles as follows, strictly for cash: 81b good .coffee for $l.OO, 51b best head rice 15&lt;?. 51b broken nee 25c, 1 bbl best flour $lO.OO, American wire fences 10 strands 30c per rd., a good 5 string broom 50c, genuine Gold Seal lend him at 75c sq yd., color fast carpet, one yd wide 50c, 10 yds I. L. unbleached cotton for $1.25. And besides tire above named articles we have specially good lines such as shoes, men’s &amp; boy’s suits, men’s dress” and work pants, dress and work shir l ?, hosiery of all descriptions, the cclibrated ‘ Seal Pax” underwear for and children. And besides these you will find a store full of goods up-to-date mdse. fresh from the market, which wc will sell at aprice' consistent with general market conditions. We will buy all knds of produce at the highest market price either for cash or mdse. We simply ask you to come in and see our stock and get our prices, be frie...
IiOCAX. MEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
IiOCAX. MEWS Brief News Notes —People at Home and Abroad. Highland Recorder MONTEREY FRIDAY MAY 13 1921 11. T. Botkin, of Doo Hill, paid Mon terey a visit first of this week. Orion Fleishcr, of Lower Straight Creek, was in town Monday. Miss Mary Kate Campbell, of the Warm Springs, was a passenger Tucs day on"the inponiing mail car. J A Whitelaw left Tuesday on a trip to New York. Mrs Whitelaw accompanying him as far as Staunton Mr. and Mrs. Ira.Gutshall, of Jack sons river, were trading in Monterey Monday. Emory Kelly, of the Trimble_ community, was a btTsiness caller at this Monday. v retaliation srvices which were to taken place last Sunday at Stony Run Presbyterian church, were postponed until the 4th Sunday in this month. Miss Geneva Gum, accompanied by her brother William and John Hull, ail of.Lone Fountain, were guests of relatives in town and county early in the week. Prof. Robert StervotL and friend, Mr. Pierce, of A. M. A., pare visitors in Mrs. C. P. Jones’ home Sunday, wh...
Bid Accepted [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
Bid Accepted It was learned here Wednesday afternoon that E. B. Whitelaw Ifad been awarded the contract for -mil service on the Stunton-Mont ;&gt;-y star route for the quadrennial p .ml beginning July 1, 1921. M’r. Whitelaw is a resident of Mon terey, brother of postmaster , J. A. Whitelaw and was heard to say that he expects to give ihe work his persoiui! attention. He is acquainted with the great importance of “*the route, familiar with the needs and demands of the large section served, and all hope that he receives a monetary consider at ion that will give an improved, dependable service. ' Other contracts awarded on routes entering Monterey are said to be as follows: Monterey to Bartow, William Kramer, Monterey to Valley Cent Sidney Wade. When spoken to a few days ago, Charlie Stephenson, who now has the Montery- Warm Springs line, had not .heard from the bidding on that route. I o In the copitTies of Highland, Bath Alleghany, Augusta, and Rockbridge and the cities of Be...