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A HUMAN SCAHE-CRCW [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

A HUMAN SCAHE-CRCW A little boy was made to stand on one foot in the garden to scare the crows away. He stood that way until strength failed and he fell over. His step mother was so angry with him for falling that she seized him by the arm with such force as to break it. Fortunately for this child the Children’s Home Society of Virginia, for it happened in this state, look charge of him. He is no longer a human scare-crow. The Children Home Society is meeting with success in raising money for current expenses. Clifton Forge has given half of the $6OO asked, and will give the entire amount. One man in Alleghany county sent in his check for $75. Bath county is raising her allotment, $4OO. Highland county is asked to raise only $4OO for this cause. Four repsentalives of the Society, Messrs. H. S. Driscoll, H. R. Tompson, W. F. Andrews, and G. O. Green, will visit the county June 12th in the interest of the Society. See the Recorder next week for the announcement of the place and time f...

Publication Title: Recorder, The
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HONOR LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

HONOR LIST NEW —J. H. Woods, Tempe, Arlz. C. P. Waybright, Cockransville, Pa. RENEWALS— Harry Raltson, Stanton; H. L. Stephenson, Richmond Mrs. H. T. Roberts, Radford, Va.; B. A. Crowley, Pottersville, Calf.

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Commissioner’s Sale of House and Lot [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

Commissioner’s Sale of House and Lot By virtue of authority vested in us by a decree of the Corcuit Court of Highland County entered at the last April term thereof in the chancery cause therein pending styled W. C. Evick et als vs Mary B. Evick et als, we will, on Saturday the 25 day of June 1921 at the front door of the court house ofHighland Cunty offer for sale at public auction, subject tot the right of Mary B. Evick, widow of Dice Evick, deceased, to live in and use th same during her life time a certain lot of land with dwelling house and out buildings thereon situated in the village of McDowell belonging to the estate of Dice Evick, deceased upon the following terms: enough cash on the day of sale to pay the costs of suit and sale and balance to be paid in two equal payments for which purchaser will be required to execute his bonds dated on the day of sale, waiving the homestead, bearing interest from date -with personal se-, curity to be approved by the commis sioners and fa...

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HOME SWEET HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

HOME SWEET HOME by JACK WILSON

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M. H. S. Closes [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

M. H. S. Closes The 1920-21 session of M. H. S, is now a thin of memory, but Its Labors, like bread cast upon the w r aters w’ill be seen in after life, for it is regarded as a successful term in every way. ; As per announcemnt, the baccalau reate sermon was preached on Sunday morning at the Methodist church by Rev. Wm. C. White, of Churchville and his excellant discourse was listen ed to by a large congregation. The young ladies of the school furnished some special music, and Miss Margaret White, who accompan led her father, rendered a beautiful solo. The program for Tuesday night, as published in the Recorder of last week, was carried out to the letter, and those who took special part were highly complimented. The school auditorium was crowd eti to suffocation, rendering everybody to uncomfartible to enjoy the ex ercises as they would have otherwise done, and many were unable to get even standing room. Two or three young girls became ill and had to be carried from the overcrowded ...

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. .In loving Remembrance [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

. .In loving Remembrance of dear little Viola Marie Hiner, who departed her life May 30, 1921, age lAOy< ;■ 115, six hs ul* 3. days. .She vr> • the oldest dau • t vt;. ‘•nd Mrs. .‘ohn S‘* : !env*e l * o irn t f-y loss . lather ; ! mother, one brother and sister and a hod of fri-nos and relatives. Our litrb dar. •:». rox is gn:, H»r 1 1 ;,y spirit in* • *:Je da r . , love so well, Is sleping *.,l> tm dead. Hod need-,d con ire re an? i -h Id Aiu'd:l his »a r { .ftr, band And ?j h* »’i*. w ii loving -mils And clasped . tr darling hi.d. Her little pio. '•? vftant no v. The little .'I ihes laid by, A fathers pr'J- rnd motho/V loy, l death’s cold ann doth tie So little V. ha* gone home, Uii y.M.dtrs tl'rfful shore: WV mi. s y i br.l soon vv.II Where f mid* have gon° bo n, A Fr d

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From Idaho [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

From Idaho Rathdrum, Idaho May, 23, 1921 The Highland Recorder: I will drop a few lines once more to my old home paper. I used to live at Doe Hill, Va. and once in a while wrote for the Recorder, but now I live in Idaho and there are so many folks to write to, so I will write to the paper and all who see my address w'ill know where I am and I wish they w r ould write to me. I have been from Virginia to Wash ington. This is a fine country, every thing in bloom now. We have a small orchard and garden and fine w’ater. We are all well and hope my folks are the same. To Mrs. J. H. Blagg, Mrs. W. A. Jones, J. M. Pope, Mrs. Sam Eagle, Mrs. A. E. Wilson and Mrs. Amanda Blagg I say hello and want to hear from them all Mrs. W. A. Reed

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Commissioners’ Sale of Timberland [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

Commissioners’ Sale of Timberland Pursuant to a decree of the Circuit Court of Highland County, Ya., rend ered at the April term, 1921 in the cause of E. J Beverage and ethers v J. E. McCoy and others, we will on Tuesday June 21st 1921, offer for sale at public auction at the court house in Monterey Va., all that certain tract of land lying on the Jack mountain and on both sides of the Doe Hill and Monterey road (except about 5 acres thereof which is enclosed by the fence ofJ.E. McCoy) described in said papers as containing 152 acres more or less, and is the same land in which an interest was conveyed to E. J, Beverage from Ma tilda Wilson and others by deed dated September 1, 1905 and recorded in the clerk’s office of said court in deed book 13 page 275. The land will be offered in parcels and as a whole and sold in that way it brings the best price. TERMS: —One fourth of purchase money cash on day of sale, and the rsidue in three equal instalments pay able in six, twelve and eight...

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

NOTICE There will be a meeting of the Hlghtown Local of the Farmer’s Un ion at 1 p. m. June 4th. Every member is requester, to be present and any others who are interested. G. D. Dudley, Secy. & Tres.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

NOTICE OF Commissioners’ Sale of Timber Land Pursuant to a decree of the Circit Court of Highland County Va. rendered at the April term 1921 in the cause therein pending styled A. J, Griffith v Highland Lumber Co., Inc &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...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

o tlie 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. BIG BARGAINS FOR SPOT CASH 25 0 ON ALL tPTpJ o 1! TCi FTFa 0 Get in on this while we have your size—Call, phone or write—and have us lay your size aside.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

AT C. W. TRIMBLE’S FOR lbs Coffee SI,CO 12 lbs. Kice $l.OO 7 lbs Pir.nes $l.OO 20 Export soap $l.OO 3 lbs Cheese $l.OO 2Booms $l.OO 5 pks Stock powder $l.OO 2 lbs Sole leather $l.OO 5 1 gal Crocks $l.OO 8 yds L. L. 8 yds Bres: A 0 pr Men 8 pr Lady’s 2 Ford spa 2 Boy’s hal 2 Men’s str 2 pr Boy’s 1 pr Men’s I'To less quantity sold at this price than specif Cash. Flour at $lO.OO per bbl. and still have a Hi per rod and am closing out some 9 by 12 &8 1 in and get one before they are gone. little Fashion Shop, the Shop that Is noted f now offering its customers some won derful bars your self. A few hats yet must go and will s a chance for everyone whether you have loads' chance for every one. A nice line of silk poplins, crepe de chene, sili ces. I want you to take advantage of the big red suits, dresses etc. Mother do not wear your selve ses for your girls, but come and get them read: suits for boys sizes 7—B going at half price, A b to date hosiery, at reduced prices. .. Wh...

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Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. Highland Recorder LOCAL NEWS MONTEREY, FRIDAY, JUNE 3 1921 i - Mr. and Mrs, Eugine Hanley, of Elkins W. Va., are visiting relatives m Monterey. P. L. Hickman, of the Bath border, came up Wednesday after his daughter, Miss Virginia, M. H. S. student. Mrs. Robert Sterrett left this morn ing for Lynchburg to attend a re-un ion of her R. M. W. C. class of 1911. Miss May Siaven of Princeton, W. Va., Is here to spend part of her annual vacation, arriving Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. W. T. Mann, of Atlanta, Ga. is visiting hr mother, Mrs. J. A. Joesj. Captain S. A. Gilmore, of Back ■"creek has been very ill during the week. % Miss llallie liroldo. of New Jersey, reached Monterey Wednesday on her way to her home at Mill Gap. .Mrs. A. •« t linen oi.d children are visiting her r nnrr home in jjr n Va. J. C. Pruitt, an aged citizen of Jacksons River, spent Tuesday in town. Raymond and Randolph Hicklin, of Marlinton are spending a while with Monterey fri...

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Claim Stolen Auto [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

Claim Stolen Auto Three gentelmen from Grafton, W. va., came ;o Monterey Tuesday to claim and recover the stolen automo bile referred to in this issue. The owner of the car, a Mr. Walker stated that he left his car and went a half block away to the post office and while he wrote a postal card the thief nabbed it. He supposed for a while that one of his friends had briv en it somewhere in the city, and when he discovered the truth, the thieves had a good start on him. He only knew one of the three men under arrest.

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Otf to hc €., . Centirnal [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

Otf to hc €.,\ \ . Centirnal Ralph Trimble, a 1921 dgree man of the University of Virginia, after a few days at home returned this morning to take in the centennial ex erciscs ad receive his “sheep-skin” His father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Trimble, accompanid him, and others from this section attending are Boyd Stephenson, D. H. Peterson Charles Peterson, Raymond Slaven, Miss Nelle Beveridge, Henderson Bish op.

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From Headwaters [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

From Headwaters HEADWATERS. May, 24—On the morning of May 21a party left Head waters for a pleasure trip to Lookout Station and other places. In the party were: Roy Huppman, Miss Josephine Hup pman, Henry Hodge, Miss Commilla Huppman, Allen Stuart, Miss Sallie Belle Ervine, Taylor Reynolds, Miss Edith Ervine, John Leach, Miss Marshie Ervine, Lawrence Reynolds, Miss Gertrude Ervine and Miss Lena Hedge. We followed the Staunton and Par kersburg pike to the top of the Shcn andoah whore we took the Government Trail to Hiner Spring. Here we stopped to eat our lunch and while here several pictures were taken Here too the shooting of a large rattle .•make caused considerable excitement. We remounted and went on to Look out Station, some of us climbing to the top of it. More pictures were taken and we followed the trail to tlie North River road in West Va. Here we turned up Brushy Fork. While rid ing along here two of the ladies decided to stage a horse race. Miss Gertrude Ervine won over h...

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Class Recital [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

Class Recital A recital given by Mrs. I. C. Wagner’s music class at the school auditor him on Monday night attracted a large number of music lovers from every section of the county. While not a part of the M. H. S., the two are closely allied, most of the music pupils being students of the high school, and the large number of patrons, parents and friends present were highly gratigied at the showing made by Mrs. Wagner’s class The class is a large one and included some small pupils, but all did well their part and reflected credit upon their teacher. Following is the evenings program; Solo .... March Grotesque . . Farrer Chorus Duet .... Melody in F . . Rubenstein Katherine Trimble, Margaret Hansel Solo. . . .Valse Parisienne . . .Roberts Nelle Beveridge Solo . .Festive Beils . .Cart Ganschals Virginia Hickman Solo .. .Menuet in G ... .Beethoven Kathleen Lunsford Solo . .Down the Stream . .Lieurance Betty Hansel Duet Walts Presser Mildred Lee Herold, Frances Matheny Solo . . Pretty F...

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Birthday Surprise [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 3 June 1921

Birthday Surprise A very pleasant day was spent at the home of Mr. Abner J. Blagg May, 22, it being the 72 birthday annivers ary of his mother, Mrs. Amanda J. Blagg. Those of her children presen were; Abner J. Blagg, Mrs. G. L. Botkin, Mrs. Georgie Cunningham and daughter, Miss Gertrude, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Eagle and son, Roy and Mrs. Winfred Propst and little daughter, Anna Belle. Others present during the day were Mrs. Gum and daughter, Miss Mary, Miss Jennie Hevener, Mrs. John Gillespie and daughters Velma and Helen, of Monterey, and Mrs. Harrison Botkin and children.

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