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LOCAL INEWB Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
LOCAL INEWB Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. Highland Recorder MONTEREY FRIDAY MAY 20, 1921 C. S. Swadiey is treating his residence to a coat of paint. Mrs. W. 11. Lunsford spent a few days in Staunton, returning Tuesday. Mrs. H, S. Johnston returned lat ter part of last week from a visit to relatives in Stuarts Draft and Staun ton. V. B. Bishop and Boyd Stephenson returned Saturday from a business trip to Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Leach, of Vil na. were trading in Monterey Saturday last. Chris Rexrode of Elkins is spending a week in Highland, guest of relations?. paid Highland another VioTT'Monday night, but, it is believed did but little damage. John W. Simmons and Samuel Arbogast, of Forks of Water, were in town yesterday. J. Ed Arbogast has been confined to his room this week by illness. Miss Manila Wiley of Vandcrpool who had an attack of pneumonia, is. able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs Boyd Wagner, Joe Rexrode of Strait Creek, were in Mon terey Thursday. C. T. S...
TRIMBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
TRIMBLE Ed C. Hiner and Homer King, of Clifton Forge, attended the burial of Mrs. Forest Hiner. Mrs. Floyd Corbett and children of Hot Springs also attended the bur ial. Mr. Sprouse, an agd man is ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Allle Kelly. G. A. Robertson has gone for Nathan Bussard who has been in the hospital for sevral wweks. Eld A. A. Miller preached at Sieg Chapel Sunday evening. Born to Mr. and Mrs P. Houlihan a daughter. Geo. Lamb, Wilbur Hite, and Mrs. Jemima Gardner went to see Dave Grove of Millboro who has been crit ically ill. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Stalnacher a son. Miss Myrtle Lamb has gone to stay with her sister Mrs. Henry Ryder at Williamsville. Mrs. W. H. Munday is somewhat improved. Mrs. Jennie Corbett is very ill. Miss Mary Waggy and brother, Rus sell, were in Monterey Frday. Mrs. C. A. Dckson and niece, Miss ! Mae Armstrong, spent latter part of I week with Stuart Dickson and Clem ! Armstrong at Crabbotom. .j Hiawatha j * 0 Messers A. L. Armstrong, ...
Installation Services [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
Installation Services The installation of Rev. J. A. Mawhlnney as pastor of the Stony Run Presbyterian church will take place Sunday morning at 11 o’clock May 22. Rev. Win. C. White of Churchville will preach and preside. Rev. Lyle Moffett of McDowell will charge the pastor and Rev. Charles W. Reed of Warm Springs will charge the people. In the afternoon beginning at 2: 3 0 Rev. Lyle Moffett and Rev. Charles Reed will preach. Every one is requested to bring a lunch and be prepared to stay for the afternoon service.
HONOR LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
HONOR LIST RENEWALS—J. M. Siron, Jos. A. Ralston, A. L. Armstrong, Mcdowell; Cris Rexrode, Elkins; H. I. Wilson, Doe Hill; R. D. Folks, Lee J. Wimer, O. H. Harper, Monterey Rt 1; H. M. Lewis. Staunton; Elihu Gum, Dennis Gum, Vandcrpool; S. C. Leach, Headwaters; Sanford Carson, Hot Springs; G.-W. Rose, Sun Rise; Mrs. C. M. McClintic, Clarks burg; Della Harmon, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Tom Jones, Eluefield, W. Va. o | We are offering for sale a very at tractive farm of 145 acres. Mostly cleared, all well fenced and wtered, short distance from McDowell on S. &amp; P. pike. Good 8 loom house, good barn and all out buildings, nice orch ard. This place is offered at dttrac tive price for short time. Apply to, 11. M. Lewis or J. S. Cfbson
VALLEY CENTER [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
VALLEY CENTER J. B. Lightner spent Saturday night with W. A. Grummett on his way to Bath. Rev. J. A. Mawhinney and daugh ter Mildred, and Arthur Campbell made a trip to Staunton Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wallace ofter spending the winter in our neighbor hood, left last week for Warm Springs where they expect to make their future home. Miss Lena May Campbell has returned from Richmond where she attended school the past winter. Russell Bird attended (ho show at Marlinton. Miss Corine Ryder lias returned home from Hightown where she was teaching in the home of Geo. Bropk. S. E. Williams, W. A. Crummett Clarance Bird and Arthur Campbell are hauling salt from Marlinton. Mrs. Harry Bird is spending a few days with Monterey friends. Mrs. C. T. Bird is right ill. - X
Fine Pictures of Live Stock [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
Fine Pictures of Live Stock In response to a general demand for illustrated material to be used in connection with the “Belter Sires— Better Stock” Campaign, the United States Department of Agriculture, through the Bureau of Animal Indust ry, is preparing a series of live stock pictures to be available for exhibit purposes and for distributon to agri cultural high schools, farm bureaus, and breeders’ associations. The picbanks in rural districts, county agent tures are halftone reproductions of photographs and are approximately 11 by 14 inches. At present 10 pictures are planned for the series, which is known as the live stock improvement series of the “Better Sires—Better Stock” Campaign. The first pictures of the series shows a community picnic at which 15 jrsey cows are being judged. All the cows are from accredit ed herds, thus giving the subject double interest. Other pictures in the series will show beef cattle, horses, swine, and poultry. It is expected that the several illus...
CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
CHURCH SERVICES Monterey Circuit—Preaching at Rchobeth 11 A. M.; at Trinity 3 p m. and at Monterey S p. rn. There will be a series of education al setting-up exercises next week Each of these meetings will begin at 8 p. m. of the day appointed. There will be two or three speakers at each of the meetings. Everyone is asked to attend so as to learn what the Educational Mivement is. The meetings are at Seybcrt Chapel Mon day, Hightown Tuesday. Beulah Thur esday Monterey Friday of next week. Rembert D. McNeer Asbury May 22—Preaching at 11 a. in,, 3 p. m. &amp; 7:45 p. m. Evanglist Herbert Norton and wife have charge of these services. Dinner on the ground. Green Hill—Preaching at 11, Fair view at 3 p. m. Revival meeting will begin at Fair view Tuesday evening 7:45, Rev. Norton and wife will assist the pastor Ceo. W. Thu mm Crabbottom Charge—lst Sunday Cent ral 11 A. M.; New Church, 3 P. M. 2nd Sunday, Union Chapel 11 A. M.; Central 8 P. M, 3rd Sunday New Church 11 A. M.; Central...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
NOTICE OF TOWN ELECTION NOTICE is hereby given to the ■ electors of the town of Monterey, Va that an elecaion for mayor and six councilmen for said town will be held at COURT HOUSE in said town on the second Tuesday in June, 1921.' This notice is given in accordance with the provision of section 2999 of the Code of Virginia. W. N. BIRD, Sheriff. o— Sad Death After a lingering illness of over two years, death claimed for its own Sunday night about 11 P. M. Mrs. ( Olive Virginia Hiner at her home on Dry Branch. She was the only daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Carpenter of Big Valley, was born April 25 18 90 and died May 15 1921, was married Forest Hiner in 1911, in which time they lived in perfect union. In young girlhood she became a mem ber of the M. E. Church and lived a good Christian life, in all her sufferng she was never heard to murmur and always had a smile for every one who came in contact with her. She was a kind and loving daught er, a devoted wife and affectionate mother ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
NOTICE or Commissioners’ Sale of Timber land Pursuant to a decree of the Circit Court of Highland County Va. rendered at the April term 19 21 in the cause therein pending styled A. J. Griffith v Highland Lumber Co., Inc &amp;c, we will on Tuesday June 21, 1921 at Monterey Va. offer for sale at public apction that certain tract of land lying on the Bull Pasture mountain in said county adjoining the land of L. M. McClung and others containing 1155 acres, more or less* and being the same land that was conveyed to Highland Lumber Co. ( from J. K. Griffith by deed dated Nov. 18 1913 and recorded in the clerk’s office of said county in deed book N. 18 page 376-379. TERMS—Cash sufficient to pay the recovery of the plaintiff and unpaid taxes, (approximately $3000.) and the costs of the suit and sale, and the residue upon a credit of six twelve and eighteen months from the day of sale, with interest, the purchaser executing his bonds for the deferred payments with approved personal s...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
IKE cigarette It’S toasted SHOPPING SERVICE AT YOUR COMMAND Make yourself as gay as spring and Summer. When 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 MICKIE SAYS—- ' tvttse /wwt wo nose. GVmwiG BECUX NOUfc. PfvPER «oTOPS -TWWA 'tVAE.PS. VS BBU' PEEMtO NUVAE.U NOOR &lt; GfOPS, FER-tU' SfcKAE i FS.U.ER \S TO BUAKNE BOWA 'X\W&amp;z&gt; v 1^ l^ein^tvo-vv r 1 Uatv DoVJtV T rv m CMN*iBS a Your Job Panting Business If We Can’t Please You scan Cetae Again I yi A
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
BUSINESS LOCALS Advertisements under this head at he following rate: 25 words or less 25c each insertion. Each additional word at one cent per word each inFigures and initials count as words. Cash MUST accompany order. WANTED:—Reliable man to act as District Superintendent to book orders for Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Roses and Shrubbery and engage sub-agents; exclusive territory. Pay weekly. Apply at once. Fruit Growers Nurseries, Newark, New York State. WANTED—At Western State Hos pital, Staunton, Va., female attendants. Pay from §25 to $35 a month, board, laundry and lodging. Apply to Dr. J . S. DsJarnett, Supt of Western State Hospital, Staunton, Va. —2tWANTED —A white girl for general house-work. For particulars address P. 0. Box 36, White Sul. Sprgs. W. Va. 2U5-13 NOTICE —I have opened a harness and saddle shop in Monterey in the Lunsford building. Also solicit your shoe repair work and I am equipped to do all kinds of mending in leather. Rates reasonable. 4t-5-13 A. K. Evick...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
Life, Happines. Romance—Love! They are all in that little book Written in the most direct style ever yet devised by man. i It is in the brief, concise deposit entries—back of each an interesting chapter of right reasoning, sacrifice, thrift and SAVING. Do you want a home, Then build on the firm foundation of | THRIFT. There is no other way We can help you Our Saving 'plan pays 4 per cent. Come in and talk it over with us THE FIRST BANK NATIONAL •r ry HID) HTIQ* IT li Fisk Tires are adjusted on GOOO miles basis. II urn Piipp up f| ?SiiS and Honest Product Qpjijsssi &amp; Issued by VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT of AGRICULTURE MONTHLY Seasonabla Information on Farm Subjects. Valuable Market Information. Largs For Sale List of Farm Products, Poultry, L;va Stock, &amp;o. Listed by the Owner. Tobacco Reports. Analyses of Fertilizers. Agricultural 1.-.imo and Seed. GST YOUR NAME ON OUR MAIL LIST Return this coupon with ynur Kama WftlTE PLAINLY Add ret write; plainly To G. W. KOIKE R,...
f" . ' -t M's Value. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
f" . ' -t M's Value. &gt;awdn \ :i'te product is a thing of ibe pa M, for It now serves !. any pur ' -vs and lias an ever increasing c. me rclal value. Mixed with clay it makes good tiles and bricks, and combined with concrete a good flooring material is obtained. It also finds a place in the dye industry for coloring purposes. A gas excellent both for lighting and heating purpo can be made from sawdust. It i believed that particularly in the neighborhood of sawmills, * gas could ' e produced so cheaply to be -applied for a few cents a . msand feet.
HILLIEST OF WORLD’S CITIES San Francisco, With Its Many Elevations, Outranks Any of the Genters of Population, [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
HILLIEST OF WORLD’S CITIES San Francisco, With Its Many Elevations, Outranks Any of the Genters of Population, As to the question of the seven seas, perhaps It Is contributing a little to slmlliar geographical information to refer to the seven hills of Home and to say that many descriptions of San Francisco incorrectly speak of “San Francisco on her seven hills.” As a matter of accuracy, says the writer of a letter to the editor of the New York Uerald, San Francisco is tiie hilliest of the world’s large cities. Occupying the end of a fifty-mile-long peninsula, which is flanked on the ocean side by the Pacific and on the inland side by the southern arm of San Francisco bay, the city itself covers a rumpled, hilly area of approximately 30,000 acres, as compared with the 14,0(X) acres of Manhattan island. The city contains not just seven hills but a total of forty-four. The highest of them, Mount Davidson, is 907 feet. Two at the apparent end of the main business street, under which th...
Twins and Quadruplets. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
Twins and Quadruplets. Once in a while one reads about a birth of quadruplets. Very rarely quintuplets are born, and there have even been instances of sextuplets. When four or more babies come into the world at a birth, almost never do more than three of them survive. A tendency to the production of twins is undoubtedly hereditary; it runs in families. A woman whose mother and grandmother have borne twins may fairly be expected, if married, to bring one or more pairs into the world. That curious armored mammal, the armadillo, common in Texas and Mexico, nearly always produces four young at a birth; and the most remarkable thing about them is that they are “Identical” quadruplets—l. e., produced by the splitting of a single fertilized cell. The phenomenon of splitting is known to occur only In the armadillo and in man. Identical human twins (produced by a single cell) are very exceptional, but not extremely rare. They are in effect duplicates of one individual, and might almost be sa...
BRIDE SCOURGES HER MAm Girl* of Native Tribe of Portuguese West Africa Enjoy Their Last Hours of Freedom. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 20 May 1921
BRIDE SCOURGES HER MAm Girl* of Native Tribe of Portuguese West Africa Enjoy Their Last Hours of Freedom. The marriage market Is a recognized Institution among the Konyama people of southwestern Africa. They belong to the Bantu race, and the Ovambo tribe, inhabiting a littleknown district of South Angola, Portuguese West Africa. The marriage festivities, called Efundura, are divided into three stages, the first taking place In sowing time, and the last two during the autumn harvest season. The marriageable girls dance before the whole tribe, and the men select their mates, but wait until the third stage before naming them. After the second stage, in which the dancing by the girls has continued for two days and nights, the prospective bride has a dried palm leaf tied around her wrist by her prospective husband, lie then hois.s her on his shoulder, and carries her away about 20 yards. He puts her down, and female attendants give her two sticks with which to whip the man as he runs awa...