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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 21 January 1921
NOTICE Beginning Jan. Ist, 1921, I will offer my entire stock of gods at cost lor cash or produce only. Please do not ask for credit, for all will be treated alike. Please call and settle old accounts. Thanking one and all for past patronage, and a continuance of'same. G. U. SWADLEY Are YOU Rundown, Weak? Birmingham, Ala—“ Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery is the - best tonic and builder I have - V ~ ..... . X I Jk ■r #•“4* A ever* known. I was in a rundown and weak condition when I started to take the ‘Discovery’, and that— first bottle so strengthened mo that I kept on with it until I had taken three .bottles, and then ray health was . . I never hesitate a moment in recoin njending Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery as 'be very best of tonics.”—MßS. ANNIE DIAL, No. 2809 Tompkins Avenue, Nona. Ail cjruggists. absolutely perfect. HOTEL CUNNINGHAM Hot and cold water Baths, Electric Lights, nice large rooms. Good table meals 50c. Lodging 50c. Breakfast 8 to 8 Dinner 12 to 2, Su...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 21 January 1921
li V at our Store at DO proceed to sell at pu lowing merchandise A lot of men’s and b A lot of men’s and and fine,- all sizes. Men’s dress and wor A number of ladies’ a A lot of underwear fcmen , children. Men’s and Misses’ raiicoats A large number of mas dre A lot of plates and diies et Nice lot of matting. Gum boots and shoes ad a 1 merchandise too tedms to TERTIS A credit of three moths wil for amounts of $8 andrver a said amount cash will e reqm Sale begins at 10 o’ock a. Tk G. L. Botkin, auctioned i &amp; We have purchased from the Unitedtates Governmen low prices, about $20,000.00 worth of Ay Clothing, cons' Woolen Blankets. Russet Shoes. Hob NaShoes, Underwe coats, Coats, Breeches, Trousers, Hats, Eb We have ever HAD in this Country and in France—wc*e disposing of tremely low prices—be sure and call to e us when in t some real bargains and every article musfo regardless of THE ARMY (106 South Augusta Street Eonncy Hanna’s R STAUNTON, YnliNlA MY REPUTATKN —is at stake ...
lPlc.'AI. > EVVfS ■B|ws Notes—People jat Honu and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 21 January 1921
lPlc.'AI. &gt; EVVfS ■B|ws Notes—People jat Honu and Abroad. jßpftmd K&lt;®rde: ■■■ey. niiDAY jan a;:: fIBHHH:U'iI&lt; G.r.m and M;, ,}. HHBi 'i !•' J)ay(..;i ■HHjH'i.'i) 1"i• nds and r. laii'.. . lly : \ • . ''-v ■BfGSQSHjt llllic Ulllll, flppNgHh M !&gt; .! . be seriously iii. HHr. Ue\ erase &lt;V Go.. . f D-k an ad in ibis issue. They BBHH rllu :r stock i i ii!( &lt; HBi.i public aucin a ei ,-Vk bln lbveiicr lias In i ;i appinied BBHHcommil l ee of N ■ ■ 1- :i t for mHc Grass District. H|Hii want to buy Recorder v. nesaae. R. Rexro-.le. of the ,\!cl&gt;..\vii Gimp Halten.mn, , i Gu spent Tuesday night in ;i - HjHf Highland Mercantile &lt; '■ my;.ay IBBel! you a 100 ponnci ban ;;i\. Wm sugar fof slo.oo SPOT GASD. Vic first ice of the season was b ||Hod last Wednesday, the quality to be good. alter Simmons, whose home is b. Whitela'w addition west oi i&lt;,, n. to lie in a critical conduct!. |Hhas been li for s...
News of iong Ago [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 21 January 1921
News of iong Ago Through courtesy o t W. E. Fleisher we before us a copy of the Highland recorder of date Jan. 31, 1880, and it »s in a way, very interesting. At that time the Recorder was only three years ole, a six-col-umn paper and both sides set by hand J. K. Campbell had just the interest of Arthur L Seybeft.and took control.. These were the days of “Readjusters” and “Funders,” and the new editor, holding the views of the former winds up a “warm” editoral with this paragraph: “Shame on the patriotism or honor that seeks only to promote the interests of Shylocks ard Skinners at the expense of the tax-ridden people of the State. But such is funderisn*." It also gives an account of a big mass meeting of Augusta Readju.ters held the previous Monday and addressed by Harry Riddleberger, State Senator from Shenandoah. On the local page we find the death of Col. Peter H. Kincaid, father of Mrs. .Sterrett. Among the visiting lawyers at the session of court were Gen. Win, Skeen and John ...
Attention [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 21 January 1921
Attention A very useful, household necessity that has already proved that they last a life time, and are needed at all seasons of the year, and as long as we need any thmg is the Armlock Folding Bed Spring, which you can now have shipped by parcel post to any address. Postage prepaid at following prices: 1 full set, complete with side strips- and nails ready to be put on the slats for only $5.55, per set; three-fourth set for single bed $4.20; half set for lounge $2.80. If you so desire I will ship C. O. D., postage paid. Thanking the public very much for the very liberal patronage given me during the last 25 years and so-liciting-your future orders for springs this spring. Can also be obtained at the same price from V. B. Bishop, Monterey, Va., W. G. Hull, Hightown Va., Kewman and Mullenax, Crabbot ton, /Va. ( W. Iff. Swadley, McDowell, Va.j
f Mrs. Harriet Ryder [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 21 January 1921
f Mrs. Harriet Ryder The subject of this sketch, whose ■death was briefly mentioned last week was the oldest child and only daughter of the late Joseph B. and Ruth Hiner, and was born in Peb. 1844, being nearly 77 years old at the time of her death. loward middle age she became the wife of the late H. I. Trimble, of St. Creek, and after his death she met and married Aaron Ryder, a farmer of Pocahontas county, W. Va. He sur\ ived but a few years, and since his death she had made her home, for a time in Marlinton, then coming to live with her nephew, Edward Hiner, where she remained until claimed by death on Thursday morning, Jan. 13. Mrs -Ryder is survived by three brothers, Joseph A. and John L. of this community, and James 0., of Akron, Ohio. She became a member of the Methodist church more than 50 years'ago, and her faith and trust served her well in her last days, enabling her to face the final issue with confidence and resignation. The funeral service, held at the Monterey Metho...
Georgine Wils.»n Stuart [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 21 January 1921
Georgine Wils.»n Stuart (Contributed) Georgine "Wilson Stuart, oldea.l child of Verner BRr Stuart and Mrs | Stella Crickenberger Stuart, now of Chuvehville, formerly of Highland county, who torn, .on Aug. 1, 1960, departed thl-- Ufe .n V*dnesday morning, Dec. 22, 1920, Georgine was a lovabie child amf had made many friends in the neighborhood, j About three years ago she united with the Presbyterian church and was devoted to her church and Sunday school. She was very ambitious in her studies and was making good pi ogress in her school work. Her health was not robust and for years she nad been afflicted, but she bore her trials witJi great patience. A.bout three weeks before her death she was taken seriously ill and gradually grew worse until the end. She Is survived by her parents, one brother, Ray, and one little sister, Mary Janet She was laid to rest on Thursday afternoon, Dec. 23, in Greenhill cemetery. The services were from the Loch Willow church, conducted by her pastor. Rev....
HONOR LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 21 January 1921
HONOR LIST NEW—Lewis A. Wimer, Monterey Rt.l; Mrs Lucy Whitelaw, Monterey; Chas. W. Snyder, Alderson, W. Ya.; Mrs. J. H. Leslie, Leesburg, Va.; Geo W. Beverage, Oklahoma City, Okla. W. P. Marshall, Bentree, W. Va.; Samuel Hise, Hightown; F. W. Gwin, Richmond. RENEWALS—E. J. Maloy, McDowell; C. W. Hoover, Doe Hill, A. T. Carpenter. Durbin; J. H. Revercomb, Deerfield; F. A. Allen, Elkins; Mrs. C. H. Slaven, Geo. E. Swecker, Ambe Wimer, Monterey Rtl; Miss Lizzie Hiner, Mill Gap; Mrs. Lucius Neil, Lone Fountain; D. W, Bratton, Staunton; W. W. Botkin, Swoope; Ira Gutshall, Vanderpool; Chas. Diggs, Mrs. T. J. Jones, Monterey; Mrs. Newton Moore, Huntersville; G. T. Revercomb, Clover Creek; Mrs. Milton Dolly, Onego, W. Va.; P. L. Mauzy. Durbin; Mrs. Lillian Arbogast Circleville, W. Va.; Noah Kimble &amp; Son, Upper Tract, W. Va; Mrs. Ella L ckridge, Big River, Va.; Dewey Hiner, Goshen; Mrs. N. R. Cross, Old Fort, N. C; Mrs. A. W. Reynolds, Princeton, W. Va.; I. Q. Simmons, Fishei'sv...
VALLEY CENTER [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 21 January 1921
VALLEY CENTER The sick of our community are improving with the exception of Mrs. Mack Gilmore, who still continues ill. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bird, a daughter Jan. 4th. Miss Edna Campbell is teaching the Pisgah school. R. W. Lightner attended the burial of Benj. Sharp at Frost, W. Va. Mrs. C. T. Bird has returned from Charlottesville. Harry Taylor who has been with his sister, Mrs. Mack Gilmore, has returned to Dunmore, W. Va. Glen Puffenberger who has been visiting his parnts, Mr. and Mrs. A. Puffenberger, left Tuesday for Augusta. The friends of C. T. Bird who was operated on at the University hospital, will be interested to know, he is doing nicely and expects to be at home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ryder are visiting tlje home of Mrs. Ina Ryder. Mrs. Clyde Herold has tonsilitis. Miss Pauline Ryder has returned from Staunton. Mrs. Susan Crummett who has been visiting her son, George in Bath, has returned. Arthur Campbell and brother, Robt spent the week-end at Minnehaha ...
CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 21 January 1921
CHURCH SERVICES Monterey Circuit—Sunday, Jan 23 Preaching at Rehoboth, IT a. m.; and at Monterey, f:3O p. m. Preaching Sunday, Union Chapel 11 a. m.;M. E. Parsonage, 7 p. m. Second Sunday, Wesley 11 a. m.; Seig, p. m.; Tfinity, 7p. m. Third Sunday, Asbury, 11 a. m; Thorny Bottom, 3 pm. Fourth Sunday,' Green Hill, 11; Fairview, 3:30. Fifth Sunday, Wesley, 11; Seig, 3; Trinity 7. Green Hill Ladies Aid meets third Thursday of each month. Second quarterly meeting. Fairview, Feb. ll f and 12. Geo. W. Thumm
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 21 January 1921
Appeal for Funds for Starving People As stated before in a short article published in the Recorder the Near East Relief Committee incorporated by Act of Congress is appealing to the people of the United States for a large sum of money to be used in saving the people of the Near East— Armenians, Syrians and Greeks from starvation. Of -these people the Armenians of Persia predominante and they are a splendid race of Christian people struggling to maintani themselves after being left almost helpless and homeless by the depredations and cruelties of the Turks. In spite of the effort of their enemies to wipe them off the face of the earth the Armenians have during the last year managed to raise enough grain and supply themselves with enough food to keep them in existence until midwinter, but right at this time their 'supplies are exhausted and they are facing starvation. The Near East Committee has since October, f919, furnished food and clothing to these people and maintained hospitals ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 21 January 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. — SI NOTICE—Pay Ira Gutshall for brick taken from Crabbottom Method Ist church at once and save collecting costs. Pay at rate of 3 cents per brick. Geo. W. Thumm FOUND—On the streets of Mon-. terey a gold bracelet. Owner can have same by proving and by paying for this notice. FOR SALE —A good Jersey cow, giving about one and half gallons of milk daily. A number t&gt;ne milker. For particulars call at this office. FOUND—End-gate of wagon on road, green in color. Owner can have same by paying for this ad. FOR SALE—A hereford cow, gives two gallons milk a day, and gentle. Address Luther Rexrode, ‘Hightown. Va., j A stitch in time saves, nine. Have your harness and saddles repaired by A. K. EVICK, 4t New Hampden, Va. WANTED—GirI to help with general house work and...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 21 January 1921
H lllBiniilStfi ■ President-elect W says: n m m ■ Eg m m a “LET us call to all people for thrift and economy, for denial and sacri rice if nsed be, for a nation-wide drive against extravigance and, luxury, to a recommittal to simplicity of living, to that prudent and normal plan of life which is the health of the republic.” m m This hank will help you to save by adding 4 per cent interest, subject £S to usual regulation. PI The First National Bank bs m jfl '‘Teach Your Dollars to Have More Cents.” II • - '* •j’ r^kl; W THE UNIVERSAL CAft GE. ST. tTNE EORI) SERVICE AND PARTS ir - m . frt 1 r - -**-v i ( .AJ r-i i: INSIST on p-ei Vuine Eord parts for your Ford car... Mail order houses stores and many ga rages sell imitation—counterfeit parts which have not the quality of the gei ' uine Ford P art3 &gt; but the Authorized Ford Dealers as well as the. Authorize d Sales and Service dealers sell only the genuine y Ford-made, -parts. Yo 1 are safe with - them&lt; whils yonr...
|Hp|r [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 21 January 1921
|Hp|r Roanoke, Va. Senator E. Lee Triable. of Wytheville, has left for Richmond to open headquarters in his campaign for He made the following announcement as to his candidacy for &gt; Governor of Virginia: “Whilst i am but an humble and ordinary citizen of Virginia, I nevertheless trust that I may not be criticised for having the laudable ambition to bo the Governor of this great Commonwealth, the State of ray birth and the land of my love and hopes. As to my fidelity to party and faithfulness in service, my record, I trust, speaks for itself. No man can by Ills merit deserve this high honor, and can only obtain it by the generosity and kindness of the electorate. My frietlds from all portions of the State and from all walks of life urgently asked and advised that I enter the Gubernatorial contest, ami this request, supplemented by my ambition to enjoy this honor, and my sincere desire to serve in piy humble way to the very limit of my capacity and ability, have led me, aft...
Remarkable Thirsts. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 21 January 1921
Remarkable Thirsts. Glassblowers are known to drink from fifty to sixty pints of water during a day’s work and to be nothing the worse for it. but they are beaten by a young and capable worker of whom a physician reports that iie drank 12 gallons of water a day and a whole tubful of it during the night.