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McDowell [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
McDowell May 10—Mrs S. A. Hansel, who spent several weeks in Staunton with her sister, Mrs. J. G. Dunsmore, returned home last Friday. , "Mrs. Nellie Burgess spent the week end at Basic with Mr John Burgess. Mrs. A. R. Hiner left Monday for Baltimore as a .delegate to the Women’s Missionary Union of the M. E. Church which convenes there this w r eek. Miss Elizabeth Hamilton is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dave Cobb, of near Hightown. Mother’s Day w T as observed at the Presbyterian church on Sunday night, appropriate reading and recitations were given, also some special music, and a very helpful and instructive talk by the pastor, Mr. and Mrs C. H. Shaw, of Millboro, spent part of last week visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. H. Jones. Mrs. S S Hick!in, of New Salem, is spending some time with her daugh-' ter, Mrs Lurty Armstrong. 11. M. Propst, James Pullin and Lurty Armstrong left this morning for Pennsylvania. Mr. Propst is looking for a farm. A frieed in California requests that the followng ...
Automobile Accident [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
Automobile Accident On Wednesday last when Mr Freeman was ready to leave Bartow with his mail car he found thit he had more passengers and baggage than he could handle and employed a man with jitney to help him to the top of Alleghany. W. H. Vance was taken on as the passenger, .and soon after starling up the mountain a car was met and in passing the jitney driver got 100 near the edge of the road, his car sliding down and turning over against a tree. Mr. Vance it is hoped, was not seriously injured but received cuts on the hands;, leg. The driver, as we learned, escaped un hurt. Mr. Vance is an aged man and in feeble health. As stated elsew’here in this he was returning from a winter spent in Ohio, having stopped for a day or two in Pocahontas. He was able to continue the trip to Monterey, ancT is now at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Hr. C. Lunsford . * ....
MUSTOE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
MUSTOE The farmers are*nearly done plant ing corn in this section. Those tfn the sick list are Mrs Jen nio Corbett, Mrs. Photba Curry and Mrs. Dora McLaughlin. 1 John and Jane .aall and sister spent Sunday with their brother Hoi lie on Back Creek. Bernie Griffin, who is working at Dunmoje W. Va., spent Sunday at home. Miss Foster Miner of Mt. Grove, who has.been spending sometime with ■..or grandmother, Mrs. J. J. Hiner, returned liaiue Saturday. The Union Store at Trimble is com picked and ready for goods. Mrs. Noia McAllister visitd last Sunday at her father’s, Tom Folks. D. P. of Washington* D. C., spent Tuesday night and Wednes day with his brother Jno. Corbett. There was singing at Victory Chap cl Sunday nght led by Rev. Jas. Gardner. Miss Lois Gwin of Bolar is spending some time with her sister, Mrs. HclJie Gutshail of Mill Gap. Mrs. J. P. Hiner is improving after failing and breaking her ankle Mrs. Caroline Hamilton, who has been spending a while with her daughter, Mrs. Robt....
Movement in Aid of Law Enforcement [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
Movement in Aid of Law Enforcement A paper has been circulated and ex tensively signed by the men and women of Monterey and community with a view to securing active cooperation in bringing about better con ditions in the town. to the fact that the tendency to increrso lawlesness within the town* and community in the way of “boot legging”, drinking, theft and other violations of law, demand a uniSorm and strict enforcement of the law r the signers expressed their intention to aid the legal authorities in bringabout better conditions by giving information as to violations of law com mg their observation, appearing as witnesses when called upon, keeping under surveillance persons whose conduct or methods bring them under suspicion, and in a general way to cooperate in making the.town a safe place to live in, particularly for the young people. As stated above, this paper was signed extensively, by more than a hundred persons.
DENIES CROW IS ALL BAD Bird That May Be Said to Have Few Friends Finds a Defender in Eastern Writer. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
DENIES CROW IS ALL BAD Bird That May Be Said to Have Few Friends Finds a Defender in Eastern Writer. Volumes have been written about the crow, remarks a writer in the Christian Science Monitor. He is famous —yes, and infamous, to not a few of his biographers. Thus he resembles Napoleon. Further, he resembles Napoleon in liis complete selfreliance, his cosmopolitanism, andJiis many-sidedness. The crow is our composite, or ideal bird. He is typical of the class* aves. Frequenting our average or general environment and climate, he has adapted himself to the- requirements of that average surrounding in an all-around manner. He is about a mean proportional in size between the bumming bird and ostrich. He can fly enough, walk enough, wade enough. His beak is long enough, strong enough, round enoygh, curved enough, so that little which is food defies his efforts at utilization. He does not object to hot summers, wet springs, dry autumns, and icy winters. And, in line with tills almost Grec...
– Temples Reveal Character. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
- Temples Reveal Character. People with “bony” temples—the cheek and frontal bones almost covering the temple space—are stolid; nonImaginative and slow in thought and action. To set against those defects, the above type of temples is which is big, white and flanked with small, well-formed, ears. That is the statesman's temple, the author’s temple, the temple of the/‘big man.” Orators and noted preachers have this temple. The character indicated is justness, generosity, kindness and a great capacity for forgiveness. This,too, is the long-life . temple. Those with temples, which, owing to the shape of. the skull and the growth of hair, look high and unduly narrow, are geniuses, with great incentive power, but of erratic temperament. This type of temple is not usually a long-life one. &gt;
TRIMBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
TRIMBLE Jack Frost has visited us guite often lately making up for March. Rev. G. W. Thumm filld his ap-. poinlment at Wesley Chapel Sunday and was the guest of S. H. Terry Mrs. J. Amos Hiner has been on the sick list Mrs, Forest Hiner, we, are sorry io say is not much improved. . W. E. Puffenberger of Boyer W. Va., who was sawing lumber for Harvey Waggy, was called liome last w’eek by the illness of his wife. Mr. Wilfong, of Boyer, W. Va., was the guest Sunday of Clay Waggy. Dirk Terry was in Monterey last week having dental work done. Quite a few of the folks from here attended meeting at Green Hill Sunday Misses Florence Corbett, Janet and Icy Gutshall and brother Ray Gutshall, were guests of Miss Myrtle Lamb ‘Sunday. * Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Robertson, of Big Valley, visited J Amos Hiner Sunday There was singing at Hamilton Chapel Saturday night conducted by H. M Armstrong Miss Maggie Kelley hag been quite sick for a few days Members of the Farmers Union are to meet today and do som...
Honor Roll, Summit School [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
Honor Roll, Summit School (Pocahontas County) The first month of the Summit school closed May 6, percent daily, attendance, 99 of girls, 98 of boys. The following boys and girls deserve their names on the honor roll:' John, Paul, Susie and Gertie Hise, Robert and Harry Moyers, Hunter, Dick and Jesse Simmons, Laurence Shifflett Arlie, Willie and Berlin Wag goner, Joanna, Goldie, Virginia and Bessie Washburn'. Jesse H. Eckard, Teacher
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
Attention A very useful, household necessity that has already proved that they last a life time, and ai’e 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. 0. 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, Ya., W. G. Hull, Hightown Va., Newman and Mullenax, Crabbot ton, Va. \V. H. Swadley, McDowell, Va. Yours truly, J. P. HISH &amp; CO. Makers and Dealers, Arm . Lock Folding Bed Springs, Hightown port SALE Just received one carload of Gove...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
7 To Ilia- Voters of the Counties cf Bath, Highland and Rockbridge and the City cf 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, Merflion this Warm Springs, Va. —o '• paper in answering adv
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
For Sale Priya I will sell privately r lot in Monterey Va. T1 tains 8 rooms of mode* es, electric lights, and \a house, out buildings are house, wood house bai mg mill outfit, engine stand for a general w This property is in the town and on Main Stre residential section. Con Terms reasonable. . J, For Sale at C As I expect to leave this spring I will sell home near Monterey, room house with electr ern water at* kitchen, i with granery over same plenty of fruit, large ga for one or two' cows. Right price to buyer. J. H. P o Statement of the Finant of FARMERS BANK 01 located at Doe Hill,-4n Highland, State of Vir close of business, Apr Jl to the State Corporator " RESOURCES Loans and discounts* . Overdrafts, secured 139 unsecured $410.83 Banking house and - lot Furniture and fixtures Dug from National Bai Dire from State Banks, 1 . Bankers, and trust C Paper Currency Fractional paper curren nipkels and cents Gold coin Silver coin School and Co. Warrani Total liabilitie; Capital stock ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
CHURCH SEI Monterey Circuit:—l 15th. preaching at Hii m.; at Trinity, 3 p. m terey 8 p. m. Rembei Crabbottom Charge—ls ral 11 A. M.; New Chi 2nd Sunday, Union M.; Central 8 P. M. 3rd Sunday New Che Central 8 P. M. '4 th SUTiday Circlevil Dry Run 3 P. M. Ist quarterly meet in preaching, by R E. Re May Ist 8 P. M. Businci 2 10 A. M. H. BUSINESS I 0( Advertisements undei he following rate: 25 25c each insertion. E&lt; word at one cent per i Figures and initials co Cash MUST accompany WANTED; —Relia b3 as District Superintend orders for Fruit and Trees, Roses and Shrill [gage sub-agents; exclu: Pay*"weekly. Apply at Growers Nurseries, Is York State, WANTED—CattIe to summer on my range on Bartow turnpike. Thos. 1 Mid FOR SALE—Pure W eggs. A setting of 15 Nw is the time to hatcl layers. H. B. I T-T7 A Afh’TT'n « UCTIO a -7 ** - M 3 y |;n sin smss; ON SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1921, we will sell at public auction at Crabbottom, VirginiaraTot of MERCHANDISE. Take a day off and come to town....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
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AT UOHc DRESSC3 17>ii053 ALL W6MEi* UK? [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
AT UOHc DRESSC3 17&gt;ii053 ALL W6MEi* UK? Every woman welcomes the relaxing hours in a-cool gingham house IreSs, especially for summer .wear. These three new models shown at ;he Bush Terminal Sales Building in New York, depict fashion’s trend lor 1921. On the left the pique tiirnming, sash and deep hem are fealured. The dress apron shown in the center is rick-rack trimmed. The porch or morning dress cn the ri-h; h .3 collar and cuff of contrasting color with bias sash and deep hem and is a very charming garment.
THOUGHT OUT BY JUVENILES Examination Papers in American Publie Schools Are Replete With Unconscious Humor. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
THOUGHT OUT BY JUVENILES Examination Papers in American Publie Schools Are Replete With Unconscious Humor. Every once in awhile some school teacher reveals to the world some of the unconscious humor of her pupils us shown in their answer to questions in their school tests. One such answer sent by a schoolmarra of Springfield, S. D„ sounds like it miglit he a criticism oT mucji of tlie literature of the day, for the pupil remarks: “Sentiment is mostly of dust or other impurities that it may get and this usually settles at the bottom.” Another answer seems to disclose a serious disorder from which the moon is suffering, leading to the conjecture that what pseudo scientists have mistaken for efforts to signal the earth may he hut frantic calls for the doctor. The pupil says: N “The moon lias sort of blisters on it, some of them ha[ve busted and have formed deep crusts.” .“Rivers carry their load in solution and expansion,” but qualifies this disconcerting statement with another which s...
EXPERT CATCHING OF TURTLE Cuban Natives Rt-ly Upon Instinct of Species to Bring Them a Profitable Haul. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
EXPERT CATCHING OF TURTLE Cuban Natives Rt-ly Upon Instinct of Species to Bring Them a Profitable Haul. In the neighborhood of Cuba a peculiar metlmd of securing turtles is pursued. The people train, or at least take advantage of the instincts of a certain species of fish, called by the Spanish reve (meaning reversed), because its back is usually taken lor its stomach, . It has an oval plate attached to Its head, the surface of which is traversed by parallel ridges. By this plate it can firmly adhere to any solid body it may choose. The boats which go in quest of the turtles each carry a tub containing a number of these reves. When the sleeping turtles are seen they are approached, and as soon as they are judged near enough a reve is thrown into the sea. Upon perceiving the turtle its Instinct teaches it to swing right toward the turtle and fix itself firmly upon the creature by means of its disk. Sooner would the reve allow itself to be-pul led to pieces than give up its grip. A ri...
“Measure Up.” [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 13 May 1921
“Measure Up.” The habit of measuring up now will save you time and trouble later on. Life’s loads are not going to get any easier to carry •as nomiJation Jp- .creases. There will be keener competition and more people to compete. The only hope for you will he such developed skill that you will naturally lead in the things you attempt. That means you will make trial of every talent and so train what you have that no effort is spent in vain. This develops the most determined effort and fitness in the fellow who is willing to do his best. Then as the bigger problems come "with the years you will be trained in doing your under every circumstance and success-is hound to hover over your efforts. There is no better time than the present to begin. Keep going gnd make every new idea contribute to your growth and you are bound to succeed.