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ouhot ii’ST’i* n omfni I Old hi QTATS fcpp UiriiL iiL'jjti Tha Latest Nows From All Over ilio Stato HA?PE?i!N'GS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
ouhot ii’ST’i* n omfni I Old hi QTATS fcpp UiriiL iiL'jjti Tha Latest Nows From All Over ilio Stato HA?PE?i!N'GS OF THE WEEK Danville.—The heme cf S. T. Crawford, &amp; .-.••.led cot far from T3ll'■ • - S?.luU - , vc.;i : , wi , . ci i.o com. i. r iv,o liu. c—m wore reset•..’il will: umcm-j. l-btei-Lurg.-—“loppy Day” will he oi : la this ci: _■ on May 30, ai- .1 on that day, tiny .1:!: popples will I • placed in the banks and ether puLL . places for those who want to hone: tho* 3 who sleep on Flanders Helds. Lynchburg. Photographs of the cemeteries in France where their sen I lie bn.led will bs supplied to gol :• | star i nr. ts, of this city, by the American Legion post there In conjunction with the Kiwanis Club. New Canton.—Reports here of tire finding of a gold mine in Appomatton i county are accepted at face value, for 1 it is known that iiackiurham, Fiuvan- | na and Appomattox are fairly full cl | gold-beatiag quart:; reins-, many t I which were worked profitably before...
C”T T7l lu J. x ,: j dA.IT it. i. iivlj [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
C”T T7l lu J. x , : j dA.IT it. i. iivlj jV*VvNy NF v' v r v r vv'v* - wk v G.vernbr Asks For Co-:,:2i alien. Pfichmond. —» Declaring that public opinion shape-} the destiny of mankind, and uat menacing terms of any or.n. Rued mb nority submitted to a major Ay c m j not stand, and urging greater in;,r» o&amp;t in the pub ic af-l.r. : , Governor* ; Inn. ispracticailj ... j ! of the Co i'.r.'.l fir.-,’ s a mo. I Roc • Conn* ■RI to . rf; i i ’.ring Roe course of x • . -ve uha body at Lira ...... ' Governor was inßn' J by ’George L. ... run V; . tbej Horne cf RR-fifio In x 1R v.c J. -Rowaru Col -hr y. -ide.l .. - at-* ing, which v :.s Invg ly rR . d by repre v tntives cf nmny LR.: un.ic rtf ■:&gt;' -R lc r.d. T1 G o-i 1 error . ,R- to m nrv fi.Ro. . j bc.ly. was in II,;e with me polio. . f o . v-i ganimlbn .o have ro::u oi n *q in public affairs address R. i orr topics cf the Lour. red tl incidents* v ich Mho.red ike .V . . V r, both i cm an economic a.:-J. n industrial ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
EICZLAKD COUNTY County and District Henry W. Holt, Judg Court, Staunton, Ya. Terms of Court—4',' April, 2d Tuesday Jut] October. Andrew L. Jones, Comu lornoy, Monterey, Va. W. H. Mutheny, Clerk, W. N. Bird, Sheriff, M 11. M. Siaven, Treasui Va. J. W. E. Loch ridge, Co Monterey, V; jt. L. C - ■’ igo, C&lt; -Cm ( 1 IV ", '•&gt; . \V. .. Sept. L.-u , Va. u. . . Mr.i -y. Sept. cT iron, V .. J Mi M. Cl .law, C ; aco nt , Monterey, Y *Gres.: VI J. b V Super co J. v. r, O- erseer bottom, Va. Hr . -"cl.-:Vr T , Const abl D. C ...ur-b r . rr ,-o. ' ?.l A. ’ ’ •. .oils, J notice ..:,V It; V;, , ■ A ' ; , , v ■ . Overs .. . Tito, Ll' C ’.J, Justice, mm: mmmsmmmmmmmmm m m i. 1 gg m m m m n m n m F:1 n n pr i y F! r; i r ; LI r m r T; □ £ H BJ* &gt; ,a .’4 Jte. 'E J-* J IpK IS what you get " hen place your time piece with US. We employ only competent, workmen... All cf our repair work is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Prompt attention is given to all mail orders. &a...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
ATTEH TEE ACCIDENT To Your Watch or Jewc i':■:.need that article repla Jr repaired YOU AEE always safe: to leave your watch £ or personal jewelry with us.. novice has the repairing to mly men skilled in doing j suck work. K. H. LANG &amp; CO. Jewelers Masonic Temple, Staunton, Ya. HOTEL CUNNINGHAM Hot and cold water Baths, Electric Lights, nice large rooms. Good table meal-; 50c. Lodging 50c. Breakfast 6 to 8 o’clock. Dinner 2to 2, Supper 6to 8. Meals served ,e tween times 75c. Mrs. W. A. CUNNINGHAM, Piop’ss
First Issue Asked for Will be $12,000 000.00 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
First Issue Asked for Will be $12,000 000.00 Richmond, May 19 —A bond iss.io f 1 J, 000.00 supplement ng F-d-'ai A u and oilier .7i.*.‘e funds available for highway construction to cover the two year fiscal period of 1922—3 and 192 I—s, will he advocated by the Virginia Good Roads As social ion before t lie General Assembly of 19 22. This decesion was reached by the Executive Commute of the Association in session in Richmond. A careful canvass of the State's needs and business conditions was made. Letters from representatives through out the State confirmed the convictions of the committee present that there exists a very pressing need for the construction of connected State highways as rapidly as they can be effeciently constructed. Current revenues were found inadequate to meet this demand. The consensus of opinion showed it to be unwise to consider any increase in the general taxes to provide the additional funds required, particularly in view of the fact that bonds can be issued...
University Scholarship [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
University Scholarship Richmond May 19—State Highway Commissioner today announced that receipt of a letter from Thomas H. McDonald, chief of the United States Bureau of Public Roads, advising him of an essay contest to be held in the high schools throughout the country on the subject: “Good Roads and Highway Transport”. The prize is a University scholarship offered by H. S. Firestone of Akron Ohio, at the re quest of the Highway Transport Eduuction Committee of the Department of Agriculture. The contest will be open until June 15, or the closing of high schools in each locality. The best essays in each state will be sent to Washington and the nation al winner decided by a committee to oe rpointed by United States Comm.' of Education Claxton. Commissioner Coleman has brought the contest to the attention of Harris Hart, Stale ,1 pe? iutendent oi Public Instruction, impressing upon horn the importance of a better understanding of highway problems in Yir ginia. Commissioner Claxton has ...
New Road Bill [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
New Road Bill Richmond May 19—Conservation of government funds expended, requi ring states to provide sums equal to the amount allotted them, and imposing penalties for failure to maintain highways constructed wth Federal aid money are features of what is re garded as the Harding adminastration road bill introduced in Congress last week. As soon as the measure has been reported from the committee a pompanion measure be introduced pro vidng for an appropriation of $lOO, 000,000, annually for four years in Federal aid to the states. The bill was drafted by the executive committee of the American Association of State Hgihway Officials, of which Geo. P. Coleman Virginia Highway Commissioner, is chairman, after conference with President Hard ing, Sec. of Agriculture Wallace and members of both houses of Congress and is said to meet the view of the President. Discussing the new measure, Commissioner Coleman today pointed out that the bill provides for designation by the states of the high...
Public Sale [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
Public Sale I will sell at public auction on the 2nd day of June 1921, at m y residence near Monterey, Va the following property: / 1 jersey cow, Al milker; 1 hog (sow) thorough bred; 1 Putman organ, good condition; 1 American cream separator; Loth Comfort range nearly new; 6 heating stoves; 2 bed steads &amp; springs; a lot of glass jars, crocks, and dishes; a No. 7 Oliver typewriter, good as new; pair of saddle bags; Minesota sewing machine; bucket sprayer; wheelbarrow; telephone and stock in line and building; some tables and many other articles to tedious to mention. On the same day I will offer for sale my home containing four acres of land, good seven-room house, cel lar, granery, woodhouse and stable, good orchard, electric lights in house If not sold then will rent until Oct. Ist. Garden planted and will go to buyer or renter. TERMS —On personal property; all sums under $lO cash, over that amount a erdit of five months without intrest, or 3 per cent off for cash. All...
How Many Can You Answer? [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
How Many Can You Answer? Edwin Roche Hardy. Columbia University’s 12 year old prodigy, touted his knowledge on Thomas Edison’s “ignoramometer.” After a half hour’s study of sev-enty-seven questions Mr. Edison is said to submit to applicants at his factory, the boy turned in fifty-three answers, “for one reason or another” failing to answer the others. Some of his answers placed Talahas se in Tennessee, made Horace Greely founder of the New York Herald, mahogany the hardest w r ood and citric as the acid in vinegar. The “prodigy” was most successful in answering the scientific and historical questions. The fact that so many who sought employment failed to give correct angers caused Mr I'r.ison to an-iK-mcti l-ia belief that col leg* m&lt;n are amazingly ignorant. These are the things the applicai t was asked about: Who discovered how to vulcanize rubber? What do we get shellac from? Who invented printing? Where do we get prunes? Who inventd the modern paper making machine. Wh...
WEEKLY MARKETGRAM [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
WEEKLY MARKETGRAM (U. S. Bureau of Markets) For May 16th.—Fruit &amp; Vegetables; Northern sacked round white potatoes up 20 to 25c per 100 lbs’ at shipping points. Carlot market up 10 to 15c at 90 to $1.05. Virginia Klondike strawberries down 8c per quart New York at 20 to 22c. Car Georgia early cling peaches sold Pittsburg jobbers May 14 at $5 per 6-basket carrier. Florida watermelons, average wgt. 20 to 22 lbs., mostly $1 each Chicago Feed: Market dull. Demand limited to immediate needs. Live Stock &amp; Meats: Chicago hog prices declined 15 to 30 c per 100 lb. the past week. Beef steers pp 25c; butcher cows &amp; heifers 25 to 50c. Feeder steers up 25 to 35c; veal calv es about steady. Eastern wholesale fresh meat mar ket changed but slightly. Beef averaged 50c per 100 lbs lower. v Grain: Market unsettled and erratic most of week. Big advance on the 11th upon acceptance Allied terms by Germany and statement by Sec. Wal lace that price level fifty per cent...
GO GET A THRILL, FELLERS [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
GO GET A THRILL, FELLERS We wonder how many of you grown-up men have been down to the old swimmin’ hole yet this spring—not to swim but to take a long linger ing look while the recollections of ages ago come crowding back to you, a thousand in a brief few minutes. The editor has been down to his’n —in fact, he took in the three or four old swimmin’ holes that the gang used to frequent alternately. He had almost forgotten the shady pool in the creek.. Well, it was always shallow, and warm and too blame safe and sane to give any boy a lasting impress ion. We lingered longest at the “quarry.” You bet. That was the place—oh boy! That was the hole, for swim ming purposes, of all other holes because the folks were always warning us against it. The old quarry had sev eral fine, robust springs in it, almost as cold as ice, and what boy is there that doesn’t know the deliceous danger of a sudden current of cold water curling about his legs. Then there was that deep hole over to one side that...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
To the Voters of the Counties of Bath, Highland and Rockbridge 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. WANTED —Cattle to pasture this summer on my range on the Monterey Bartow turnpike. ' Thos. F. Clemmer Middlebrook, Va. FOR SALE —Pure White Leghorn eggs. A setting of 15 eggs $1.50. Nw is the time to hatch your winter payers. H. B. WOOD, Monterey, Va.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
GUNN BEST EQUIPPED FOR LIEUTENANT GOV m ss SENATOR JULIAN GUNN of Henrico County Candidate for Lieutendant Governor. Democratic Primary, August 2 Progressive, but not radical; sound in Judgement, but not reactionary; an authority on parliamentary law; now serving second term in State Sen ate from 35th District; has served in House of Delegates and as Commonwealth’s attorney. His candidacy is O'jO that appeals to those of (ho Dorn ocratic party who have the best interests of the State at heart. Tic is a safe sound and experainced man. THIS IS WHAT VIRGINIA NEEDS NOW. Senator Gunn is conducting an active pampaign, and hopes to vis it this county before the primary, but in the meantime would be glad for you to communicate with the, JULIAN GUNN CAMPAIGN COM MITTEE, It 701 East Grace St Richmond Cl* I w I w I w I w I w I w I ( i w I w I w I ( w I w I w I •0-€ai^»-0-QBE»-C)^l)-€^®-(.)-^E^()-&lt;2»j^()-«HE&amp; &gt; ()-&lt;6^a-()-«S^S-C)'€^B-()« ■()• 1 CHON ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
-uloi.i now until notified in this spa.es you buy the following articles t:s follows, strictly for cash: 31!) good .coffee for $l.OO, 31b best head rice sn&gt; broken rice 25c, 1 bbl best Hour $lO.OO, American wire fence 10 strands GCc per rd., a good 5 string broom 50c. genuine Gold Seal Icnol him at 75c sq yd., color fast carpet, one yd wide 50c, 10 yds L. I. unbleached cotton for SI. 25. And be sides the above named articles we have specially good lines such as shoes, men’s &amp; boy’s suits, men’s dress and work punts, dress and work s!iir tK * hosiery of ail descriptions, the celibrated “Seal Pax” underwear for women, misses and children. And besides these yon will find a store full of roods up-to-date mdse, fresh from the market, which, we will sell at apriee consistent with general market conditions. Wc will buy all knda of produce at the highest market price either for cash or mdse. Wc simply ask you to come in and see our slock and get our prices, be fncncly...