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Commissioners’ Sale of Timberland [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

Commissioners’ Sale of Timberland Pursuant to a decree of the Circuit Court of Highland County, Va., rend ered at the April term, 1921 in the cause of E. J Beverage and others 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,27s. The land will bo 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 eig...

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BOLAR [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

BOLAR BOLOR. VA, JUNE, 7—Mrs. Joe Burns, accompanied by her son, Basil, is off on a visit to Beckly, W. Va to see her daughters, Mrs. C. B. Landreth. Lester Gibbs of Cochran, Pa., has been home on a visit, he was accomp anied by Will Burns and Ira Jones. Wm. K. Rodgers and brother, Asa, have completed the dwelling for Wm. H. Bratton. Recent rain surely will help out the meadows which are short. Rusticus BOLAR, VA. JUNE B—Mrs. John McAllister of Williamsville and son, Charlie are visiting her daughter Mrs. Kenton Kincaid. Miss Mary Jones, of Covington, is home to see her mother. Mrs Roscoe Burns and Miss Sudie Gibbs are on the sick list. On Thursday last Miss Jessie Snead, president of the McDowell Missionary Socialy, with her society chaperoned by Mrs. A. R. Hiner and Rev. S. R. Snead motored to Bolar Springs and after a sumptuous picnic dinner of which your correspond ent was invited to partake, and a plunge in the pool, the company returned via Jacksons river road hav mg come in b...

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AN OUTING [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

AN OUTING On June sth a party consisting of Miss Alice Gum, Miss Jennie Rexrode, Mr and Mrs Albert Wimer and daugh ters. Misses Margie, Argyle and Sallie, Misses Sudie and Selma Hinkle, Charlie Nicholas and Charlie Whitecotton spent an enjoyable afternoon viewing the beautiful valley of Crabbottom, Dry Run and Hunting Ground from the top of High Knob. Although Miss Gum is in her sixties she was the youngest of the party. Reporter

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HONOR LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

HONOR LIST NEW—J. A. Suffern, Danville, 111,; J. R. McCauley, Richmond. RENEWALS—H. H. Seybert, Monterey Rt.l; Glenn Puffenberger, Mt. Solon, Va.; Miss Nellie Clendenen, Mill Gap; W. C. Ruleman, Mt, Sidney A. C. Corbin, Fishersville.

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Commissioner’s Sale of House and Lot [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 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 to! 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 fal...

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HOME ; SWEET HOME . $r EMS [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

HOME ; SWEET HOME . $r EMS

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BLUE GRASS II S FINALS [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

BLUE GRASS II S FINALS The commencement exercises of Blue Grass High School were held last Wednesday night, June 1, bring ing to a close a year of marked progress. If largo audiances are manifes tations of interest, then we believe education is at the very heart of the largo crowds were present at each pro gram. Monday night the gradses gave a delightful program. It consisted of songs, recitations, pantomines, tableaux and two short plays. ‘‘Waiting for the Train”, and “ The Light Brigade”. Tuesday night the senior play, ‘Hazel Adams,” was played to a largo audience and received with enthusiasm It was the most appreciated play ever given by the school if the favor able comments of the experienced arc a fair test. Wednesday night the graduates aided in rendering an exccllant program. There were five graduates awarded diplomas. Their names appear below. The program was as follows; Invocation—Rev. H. W. Lindimood Salutatory—Lorena Darling Wimer Class Will-—Evelyn Kiser Claes Prophecy—F...

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WEEKLY MASKETGUM [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

WEEKLY MASKETGUM (U. S. Bureau of Markets) Washington, June, 6 —Hay: Market generally weak. Lower prices pre vail in central western markets; oth er markets practically unchanged. Feed:. Offerings of most feedstuffs exceeding demand causing price declines. Grain: Market made good gains Ist and 2nd account bullish crop reports and removal of uncertainty in May future which rstricted trading in July, Fruits & Vegetables: South Carolina Irish Cobblers up 75c per bbl New York. Florida tomatoes in good demand New York at $5 to $5.50. Georgia Dixie Queen peaches in 6basket carriers and bushel' baskets $1.75 to $2.75 eastern morkets Dairy Products: Active storing has kept butter market firm with price tendency upward Live Stock & Meats: Chicago hog prices practically unchanged from a week ago. Beef steers declined 15 to 35c; butcher cows and heifers 35 to 40c per 100 lbs. Feeder steers down 50 to 75c. Fat ewes steady to 50c higher. Beef advanced 50 to $l.OO Veal $1 ...

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IN MEMORIAM [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

IN MEMORIAM Clarence Ryder, member of Crabbottom Lodge No. 328, I. O. O. F. it Is with hearts filled with sadness that your committee reports the sudden untimely and tragic death of our esteemed brother which occured at his home on Strait Creek, Hoghland Co. on April 25th 1921. The tragic death of Brother Ryder come in less than forty eight hours after he had been recognized by the above lodge as a third degree member. In all the relations of life he won the respect and esteem of those who came in contact with him. The bruised and bleeding hearts of his dear father, mother, brother and sister bear mute testimony to the almost idolatrous love bestowed upon them and in paying this last tribute to his memory our hearts go out to them in our earnest prayer to the God of all consolation that He may sustain them by his continuous presence. Resolved: that a copy of the foregoing memorial be spread upon the minutes of this Lodge, printed in the Highland Recorder, The Staunton News Lader and...

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Children’s Home Society [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

Children’s Home Society Representatives of this Society will presen the claims of this organization on June 12 at the following plac es: H. S. Driscoll, Central Church, Crabbottom, 11 a. m. H. R. Thompson, Beulah Church near Mill Gap 11 a. m. W. F. Andrews, Monterey Presoyterian S. S. 9:30 a. iu., Methodist Church, 11 a. m. G. O. Greene, McDowell Methodist Church 11 a. m. Bethlehem Presbyterian Church 3 p. m. We ask that every Sunday School in the county take a special offering for this society. Forward the ambunt at once to the undersigned. It will be acknowledged in the columns of the Recorder . Rembert D. McNecr County Chairman

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Family Reunirioii [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

Family Reunirioii On the 29 of May a most delightful family reunion was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Eagle, near Burnsville, Va. His children were all there and several of the grandchild ren, besides a few intimate friends of the family. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Jas A. Eagle and son Marvin, Mrs. A. S. Winter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith and children, Miss Lucy Eagle, Mr. and Mrs. Rumscy Snyder, Mrs. Russell Snyder and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Harrison Eagle and son, Mr. and Mrs. Jas Jack son and children, Mr and Mrs. Roy Roberts and children, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith and children. As it had been twenty years since the whole family had been together they spent the morning laughing and talk mg. At twelve o’clock they were called to the dining room where a boun tiful dinner was served, to which all did justice. They were all sorry the day ended so soon but hope to meet again. Reporter

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

o 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. o Mention this paper In answering adv

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

NOTICE OF Commissioners’ Sale of Timber Land Pursuant to a decree of the Circit of Highland County Ya. 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 security...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

NOTICE AT C. W. TRIMBLE S FOR 10 DAYS ONLY Flour at $lO.OO per bbl. and still have a little 10 stran fence at 60c per rod and am closing out some 9 by 12 & 8 by 10 rugs & carpets. Come in and get one before they are gone. /A> ,^0 a smilbiitaiaftiaii radkctmm inn fthe prices {their Cain (Q oy V. !>. BISHOP Monterey, Va. •O chon BIG BARGAINS FOR SPOT CASH 25 PR Cl OR 1-4 Off ON ALL Get in on this while we have your size—Call, phone or write—and have us lay your size aside. I W \ 0 1 w ! w I w I ( I ¥ W I w \ w I

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Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. Highland Recorder LOCAL NEWS MONTEREY, FRIDAY JUNE 10 1921 gam Herold who has been visiting his parents on Back Creek returned Monday to his home in Washington. Mrs. W. H. Matheny went out to Staunton Monday, to see her mother who is very ill. ' • ’ Mrs. Jones, formerly Miss Lucy Flaherty, of Lynchburg, is visiting Montrey friends and relatives. As usual, Monterey misses the young people gone home since the closing of school. Mrs. Chester, B. Funkhouscr, of Mount Jackson, is a guest in the home of J. Brown Lightner on S. Spruce, St. Auxiliary Meeting Thursday, June 16. 3 p. m. Monterey Presbyterian church. —Subject, “Japanese Politics.” W. M. Trimble, of the Monterey Belgian Horse Co., sold the stallion to John G. Harrison, of Petersburg W. Va. Miss Eva Eakle, of the B. G. high school faculty, is now in Mon terey, the term having closed. H. E. Ruleman and Glen Puffenberger of the Valley, are visiting the hitters old home at Valley Center. ...

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Masonic Election [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

Masonic Election Cn account of removals, it becomes nenessary for Highland Lodge to hold an election. This will be done at the next regular communication, June 17th 1921. W. W. Samples, W. M.

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CRABBOTTOM [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

CRABBOTTOM Ben Colaw and Robert Calhoun spent Saturday night with Mrs. Ada B. Hammer of Upper North Fork. There are a lot of tourists passing through now Pete Kramer and others have plac ed the lumber for the mission cottage at Middle mountain. Mary Colaw and daughter, Haze! were visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wimer’s Sunday. Several Dry Run folks were also over on the Crabbottom side Sunday. Harmon Simmons has a bad case of quinsy. Little Crystal Colaw is a very sick child with a pain in her right side Charles Ralston, Cyrus Colaw went to Staunton Monday with trucks and will deliver some heavy freight and a car for Cyrus Colaw. Miss Mary Walters was of Elkins, is here with her friends Mr. and Mrs Ralph Newman. Mrs. Maud Corbin, who has been with her father Daniel Colaw, left Tuesday for her home in Fishersville . O, P. Chew and two daughters, Mrs. Hull and Mrs. Hubert Ryder have gone to Staunton on a visit to his brother, G. Lee Chew. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hammer motored to Sonth Bra...

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Study Class Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

Study Class Meeting The Bible Study Class held a pub lie meeting at the Methodist church Sunday evening at the regular preach ing hour, the meeting being atten ed Ly a large crowd. Mrs. Mollie Trimble conducted the exorcists and interesting papers were road I y a number of the class. These ladies of the class are being congratulated on receiving the pr>z r Missionary meeting in Baltimore foi the best poster ilPu..rating the mission study book, the Bible Missions, cf $5.00 in gold given at the Annual This was in compel it ion with all the adult blhie sfudy classes in the Baltimore Conference.; The prize poster was on exhibition at the public service 90 .day ni r h-. It is a work of real merit, something of which the class is justly proud. 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. term thereof in 1920, in the cause therein pending of Fred Wright et als vs Helen Wright et als, I will...

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«i • AePAptuNsd “WINNINCr OF LATANE” [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 10 June 1921

«i • AePAptuNsd “WINNINCr OF LATANE” 4 Will be presented by the Dayton Dramatic Club at the following places: McDowell, June 9th Crabbottom, June 10th Monterey, June 11th. In the above named High School autoriums, commencing at 8 o’clock p. m, Admission 35c.

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