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ROT ARLANS IN SYMPATHY WITH ROAD PROJECT [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
ROT ARLANS IN SYMPATHY WITH ROAD PROJECT Eiswhere in today’s issue we refer to action taken last week by the Chamber of Commerce of Staunton in the matter of West Augusta section of road now being graded, and since that action was taken, the Rotary Club, another Staunton organization has taken up the matter and we pub-f, lish below a report of proceedings as furnished in the News-Leader yesterday. It is significant as well as gratifying that Staunton and Augusta hav&gt; become active in an effort to prevent another of mud-plouting between the two sections, and we believe that the time is ripe for Highland to cooperate heartily and work to the same end. What we have in mind is this: It will be recalled that several state officials recently visited Staunton, were interviewed, entertained and heard In public and private, and, while they may not have said so in just that many words, by reading between the lines it is evident that grave doubts were expressed as to the liklihood o...
Public Sale [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
Public Sale I will sell at public auction on the 2nd day of June 1921, at my residence near Monterey, Va the following property: 1 jersey cow, A 1 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; Minescta 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 crdit of five months without intrest, or 3 per cent off for cash. All n...
WEEKLY MARKETGRAM [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
WEEKLY MARKETGRAM (U. S. Bureau of Markets) Washington D. C. May 23, Hay: Light receipts advanced timothy pric es in several markets, but trading is farm work. Alfalfa and prarie steady. No. 1 timothy is quoted New York $2B, Richmond $26. Grain: Unfavorable crop reports confirmed by four local crop experts 'together with good export business resulted in upward trend of prices during the week. Cash wheat in fair demand until the 21 when bulge brought out cash wheat from country and premiums over May largely disappeared. Dairy Products: A firmer feeling existed in the butter market at close of work and prices advanced i to Ic. Cheese market has been very active with firmer feeling at close. Deal ers generally desire to keep stocks moving in anticipation of greatly in creased make as full grass comes on and chees improves in quality and storing season begins. Prices range mostly 132 to 141 c in Wisconsin; 14 to 15c in eastrn markets. Cotton: Spot cotton prices down 27 points the past w...
A REMARKABLE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
A REMARKABLE REPORT On April the 30th, last, the twentieth year of the Children’s Home Society of Virginia was closed. The following are extracts from the report of the State Superintendent, Rev, Wm. J. Maybee, D. D. Total no. of children received from the beginning 2,912 Total no. of children aided 1,200 Total no. of children revived and aided 4,112 Of this number 731 have been legally adopted as sons and daughters in splendid hames throughout the state. These children become the heirs of the possessions left a-; well as being cared for, trained, educated and fitted for a life of service. The Society now owns as their legal wards 1.131 boys and girls. Many of the girls have grown up and become trained nurses; many, have married and become heads of families; among the boys rescued are farmers, merchants, ministers, soldiers and marins. One boy is assistant to a Cansul recently sent out from Washington. But the report shows two sad things: ore, that there are more • liar. 10.0t’O lit...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
NOTICE OF Commissioners’ Sale of Timber Land Pursuant to a decree of the Circit Court of Highland County Ya. rendered at the April term 1921 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 auction 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 $13,000) 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 secu...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
11 AT| f) T m jjD i 1 1. r HU 11liI ST (I W. TRIMBLE S FOR n M .V I lbs Coffee SI.CO 12 lbs. Rice $l.OO 7 lbs Prunes $l.OO 20 Export soap $l.OO 3 lbs Cheese . $l.OO ki-UOUL 3 5 pks Stock powder $l.OO 2 lbs Sole leather $l.OO 5 1 gal Crocks $l.OO No less quantity sold at this price than specified and only for SPOT Cash. Hour at $lO.OO per bid. and still have a little 10 stran fence at 6Cc per rod and am closing- out some 8 by 12 &amp; 3 by 10 rugs &amp; carpets. Come in and get one before they are gone. &amp; ' t - lAH &amp; J2JS Contract Now—-The Price Is Guaranteed! oT r r ;In ° r b L ab ' e ’ larer on ’ to °- :ain a genuine Round Oak Moistair Heating System at any greater saving than n °r- 7 ho P£ sent P nce « guaranteed, as exptined belov/. Andl we offer exceptionally liberal terms and inducements for immediate contracts (installation when e 7;r d : ) g \ vlil P 3 ? y° u J° «« us this week about reolac.ng mat old neaung outfit or arranging for the ...
LOCAL NEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
LOCAL NEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. Highland Recorder OMNTERTY FRIDAY MAY 27 1921 David M. Kyle, of Staunton, spent a few days in Highland, returning first of the week. J. Lcstor Hey has purchased the old Buckhorn property just beyond West Augusta. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Gum and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Macky motored to Staunton Saturday afternoon. W. D. Trimble of Augusta is this week visiting his father, F. M. Trim hie of Monterey. Dr. O. J. Campbell left early in the week for a short stay at Warm Springs. Charles Peterson having finished exams, at the University of Virginia, came home today. C. A. Dickson, of Trimble, is this week at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Sv.adley. Miss Aannie who has been on a prolonged visit to Ohio and W. Va., returned Wednesday evening. Basil I. Chapman of Richmond, paid one his periodical visits to Mon terey this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Matheny and Miss Elsie Hamilton were in Staunton for a few days early in the week. Mrs. Isaac White, of...
Commncement Exercises [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
Commncement Exercises The Monterey High School will close the 1920-21 session with the giaduating exercises on Tuesday night. May 31, at the school auditorium. The baccalaurate sermon will be preached at the Methodist church at 11 o’clock Sunday morning by Rev. William C. White of Churchville. Programm for Tuesday night as follows: Sulutotorian—Miss Addic Robertson. Historian—Miss Elizabeth Ryder. Testators—Miss Mildred Trimble Mr. Elbert Puffenberger. Orator—John Wiley. Class Poets —Miss Gertrude Ervine Mr. Uelßoy Pruitt. Valedictorian— Miss Annie Grace Hiner. Awarding of deplomas and announcement of promotions by the principal.
PUBLIC SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
PUBLIC SPEAKING Senator Trinkle, candidate for Gov ernor of Virginia will be in Mouiorey FRIDAY MAY 27, 1921 and will speak at noon in the court house to the Citizens of Highland on the slate issues. Mr. Trinkle is an excellant speaker and all the voters should turn out hear him.
CRABBOTTOM [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
CRABBOTTOM J. Walter Newman and wife have j been on the sick list but glad to re- ■ port them better at this time. Rev. Skillett preached at Rocky | Hill to a good congretation Sunday j night. D. H. Pennybaker. of Harrison-j burg is now with Ben Colaw at Key Run. He is an old soldier and was in \ the battle of McDowell, 1862. Mrs. Serah Hinkle and grand son | have gone to Ohio to spend some time with her son-in-law, W. Simmons. Miss Mary Beverage left last week with Mrs. Sallie Hurst and will spend a few weeks in the Valley. Mrs. Flora Waybright left last week for the hospital where she was operated on for ear and head trouble She is doing nicely. , Mrs. Letcher Chew is at Staunton hospital. Mi’s. John Swecker is on the sick list. Misses Mae Grogg and Hazel Colaw spent Saturday night with friends at Upper Cave, Mrs. W. A. Colaw and daughter, Crystal, are with Mrs. Ada Hammer of upper North Fork this w^cK. Mies Willie Pence with others was over from Durbin Saturday and returned Monda...
HONOR LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
HONOR LIST NEW: C. P. Waybright, Philadelphia, Rev. C. E. Pleasant, Richmond; W. D. Trimble, Staunton; Rt. 46. RENEWALS: Mrs. Alice Gum, Boyd Wagner, Mrs M. Propst, ManBoyd Wagner, Mrs. M. Popat, Monterey Rt. 1; Mrs. W. A. Cunningham, Monterey; W. T. Townsend, Hunters
McKENDREE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
McKENDREE May 24:—Mr. and Mrs. Sam McQuain and little son of Thorn W. Vu. spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs G. W. Botkin. Mrs. Hannah Sivon spent a few days lasi week with her daughter, Mrs. Harmon Wilson cf the Uoe Hill community. Mrs. Clement Armstrong and little daughter, spent last week visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry Propst. Mrs. J. C. Siron was a business visitor to Staunton yesterday. Forest Snyder had the misfortune of cutting his foot right badly last week. Rev. S. R. Snead filled Rev. L. M. Moffetts appointment at Bethlehem on last Sunday. J. Siron Wooddell took some of his icettlo to Alleghany mountain last week. Tom Malcom and Winfield Hammer were visiting Circlcville last Sunday. i Nat
Commissioner’s Sale of Land [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
Commissioner’s Sale of Land Pursuant to authority vested in me by a decree entered in the Circuit Court of Highland County at the Oct. teun thereof in 1920, in the cause therein pending of Fred Wright et als vs Helen Wright et als, I will on Saturday, the 25 day of June, 1921 at the front door of the court house of Highland County, offer for sale at public f.«p+ion *-vo tracts of land lying on Bull Pasture mountain about one mile East of McDowell the lands of John Stuart and o^ ers and adjoining one another of whicn Fred Wright and Mary Wright died seized, one tract containing 22.77 acres, more or less, and the other 8. 31 acres, more or less, upon the following terms: As to the 22.77 acres tract the purchaser to pay in cash on the day of sale $250.00 and one half the costs of the suit and sale and the balance in three equal payments fall mg due in six, 12 and 18 months from day of sale for which the purch aser shall execute his bonds waiving the homestead, bearing interest from dat...
Wolfe-Smith [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
Wolfe-Smith Rev. W. D. Wolfe and Miss Bertha Smith were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Zell in Burling ton, on Tuesday evening May 10, by Rev. C. A. Angle, pastor of the Pres byterian church of Keyser. Mr. Wolfe is pastor of the church at Burlington. —Grant Co. Press.
THAT PESKY POISON IVY AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
THAT PESKY POISON IVY AGAIN To those of us who live in the country and to those of us who love to wander through the quiet places, the season has again arrived for pois on ivy. What shil we do when attack ed? First thing —soap and hot water, in wholsale applications. The poison after being deposited in the skin requires some time to penetrate, and if this penetration can be prevented by thorough washing, eruption and irritation will not result. While exposed parts should be cleansed this way as soon after exposure as possoble, it is worth while to make the attempt even 12 or 20 hours afterwards. A heavy lather should be produced and washing should be continued sev eral minutes. Svere scrubbing with a brush is not advisable but several swabs or small compasses of gauze may be used, discarding each in turn so that the poison may not be distrib nted by the cloth. Bathing with alcohol diluted with an equal amount of water is also an effective preventative measure. The hair should not be...
SHOPPING SERVICE AT YOUR COMMAND [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 27 May 1921
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