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Salesmanship and Service in 1921 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 4 February 1921
Salesmanship and Service in 1921 “When we hear of a man cuttnig down on his advertiseing,” said a wise bank presdent, “we cut down on his credit.” And that’s only the beginning. We all know what the public dies to the man who stops in his appeal to the people at large. It begins to forget him. We all know, from thousands and thousands of examples the country over, what occurs when the regular advertisement of a brand, or an article or a merchant is only reduced in size as a continuous policy; the public seems to feel that something has gone out of the thing or person advertised and they begin to shun it or him consciously. There are not going to be hard times in 1921. Even now the times are not hard; they only appear so to some people in contrast with the extravagance and inflation of the previous three, four and five years. But times are going to be DIFFENENT in 1921. People who have things to sell have really GOT TO SELL them in 1921, not throw them at the buyer. An advertisement ...
From Oklahoma [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 4 February 1921
From Oklahoma Oklahoma City, Okla. Jan. 24., 1921 The Highland Recorder , Dear Editor:—Just a few lines to let you know I am receiving the Highland Recorder all O. K. that I enjoy reading the news from home. I am enjoying good health and seeing many sights in the land of the Red Man. This is a wonderful place and I have found many friends here among the Idians. This is land where a man is a man, and you can take them at face value. Some times they get a little wild and ride into town for a spree and shoot up a few places, but after all it is great sport to see the excitement. When you hear the war hoop of some, cow boy or Indian all you have to do is get under cover until he passes by. When the cow boys come to town the officers leave for home, so they nearly have their own way, then go home and have quite a laugh about the way they paint the town. This is one place that they make no distinction between the rich and the poor. They all drink out of the, same bottle and meet you man f...
Convention Comes to End [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 4 February 1921
Convention Comes to End . (By The Associated Press) Roanoke, Jan. 28—The Tenth Annual Convention of the Virginia Good Roads Association came to a close here late today with the election of officers and adoption of a dozen or more resolutions, which among other things, recommended issuance of, State highway bonds and urged National and State laws designed to facilitate the construction of roadways in Virginia and the country generally Andrew Bell, secretary of Harrisonb-j urg Chamber of Commerce, represents ed that city as delegate appointed by Mayor Morrison.
ATTENTION! OF ALT, EX-SOL- [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 4 February 1921
ATTENTION! OF ALT, EX-SOL- DIERS who served in the War with Spain at home or abroad, or those who saw service in the Philippine Insurrction or the China relief expedition and their widows. The late Con* gress passed laws of the utmost interest to soldiers and if they will send name and address to Walter S. Buchanan, National Aid-de Camp, Army and navy Union, Route 2, Louisa, Va. he will be glad to advise them fully as to their rights under-the new law. Prompt action will mean the possible saving of money, as the pension com mences from the filing of the clalnu Mr. Buchanan wishes to assist his comrades in every possible manner. Write him and enclose stamp for reply.
$300,000 FIRE LAID TO REDS Armory of Oldest Military Society In Cleveland Destroyed. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 4 February 1921
$300,000 FIRE LAID TO REDS Armory of Oldest Military Society In Cleveland Destroyed. Cleveland, Ohio. The Cleveland Grays, oldest military organization in the city, has been made homeless for the second time within twenty-nine years. Fire, believed by Colonel L. S. Connelly, commanding officer, and directors of the organization to have been started by radical plotters, destroyed the Grays’ armory, entailing a loss estimated at $300,000.
Acknowledgment [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 4 February 1921
Acknowledgment The following letter has been received by Mrs. V. B. Bishop and explains itself. My dear Mrs. Bshop: Five cases of garments, shipped from the Highland County Chapter, have been received in the supply room and I have today receivd a list of the garments included in them. I am writ ing to express to you our thanks and appreciation for these garments. You may be very sure that these will be most gratefully received by our Red Cross workers over seas ahd that they will be put to the very best possible use. You have, no doubt, received a copy of Mr. Ruth’s letter of Jan. 14th, containing the new appeal which National Headquarters has made for garments of all types to be used in foreign relief. I trust that we may have the continued cooperation of your Chapter in this worth while work. Again thanking you for this splen did shipment, I am, wth all good wishes, Sincerely yours ' Orie S. Whitaker
Farm for Sale [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 4 February 1921
Farm for Sale For ashort time only, about 250 acres good grass land, six miles west of Hightown, Va., near the S. &amp; P. Pike and 13 miles east of Bartow, W. Va., also 2i miles east of North Fork Lumber Co’s, railroad which is still coming closer. On this tract of land is a good com fortable dwelling house and and all jd'sary out buildings such as two good (farm Dai ns, house, spring house, granery, wagon she.', also fwo empty houses. About 11 • acres in good srd, ind ices meadows and farm fields, balance in good hard wood and abnit 3 ) acits gc«.d Fpruce timber, . cut from 12 to 1500 cords pulp wood. The timber alone is well worth the price of the place. This farm has on it three orchards all bearing trees, a fine sugar orchard of 500 trees. Last year the farm cut 20 stacks of hay. Seven never failing springs on the place. If sold soon will take the low price of $ll,OOO, fourth cash and balance on good terms. Apply to, * Jno. P. Hise, Hightown, Va.
Attention [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 4 February 1921
Attention A very useful, household necessity that has already proved that they last a life time, and are needed all seasons of the year, nnd as long as we need any thing 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 soliciting 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., Newman and Mullenax, Crabbot ton, Va. W. H. Swadley, McDowell, Va. Yours truly, J. P. HISE &amp; CO. Makers and Dealers, Arm Lock Folding Bed Springs, Hightown
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 4 February 1921
Are You in a Rundown Condition T Does Your Headache ? , Elgin, Tenn.—“l can say that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and his ‘Pleasant Pellets' hare been the means of restoring my health. 1 was weak and rundown, had' sick headaches, and my kidneys were all out of order. It was a misery for me to walk around. I began taking Dr. Pierce’s medicine and they put mo on the road to good health right away. I want to speak a good word for Dr. Pierce’s remedies to all sufferers.” HARRISON SHEPARD; R. P. D. 1, Box 18. Sold by druggists for fifty years. 9 [U '' * MO newspaper can succeed with--111 out advertising, therefore we solicit the patronage of our readers ‘or those who by their advertising lelp to make this paper possible. =aocxoc==xoEaoE= S SPLENDID RESULTS ire obtained in a short time by using WALLACE’S CARBOLIC SALVE for chapped and cracked hand§, fever sores, burns, cuts, etc. Price 15c, Ask your dealer for it, O n
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 4 February 1921
DR. C. B. COLLINS DURBIN, W. VA. Prepared to do all kinds of Dental AFTER THE ACCIDENT To Your Watch or Jewelry Fern’ll need that article replaced % Jr repaired YOU ARE always safe to leave your watch Jr personal jewelry with us.. No novice has the repairing to do. jnly men skilled in doing just suck work. H. H. LANG &amp; CO. Jewelers Masonic Temple, Staunton, Va. NOTICE Beginning Jan. Ist, 1921, I will offer my entire stock of gods at cost for 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. D. SWADLEY
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 4 February 1921
Lincoln Memorial Completed* m "■ i: m • .r;#* &gt;«} m ~.v ■v - S: -Vy/ C Th© great Lincoln Memorial at Washington, costing abont ■ and a half million dollars, is virtually completed and will likely dedicated this year. It’s architectural beauty impresses and Inapt all who visit it, but big as it is, as beautiful as it is. it can only s« tn Its mute limited way to remind this nation In the centuries. „ some of the great spirit of the man whose memory It commemorates, the humble Abe Lincoln, American— born Feb. 12. 1809: died April 16. 1865.. IKE MUM SHOP i We have purchased from the United States Government, at extre: low prices, about $20,000.00 worth of Army Clothing, consisting of He Woolen Blankets, Eusset Shoes, Hob Nail Shoes, Underwear,, Socks, Ea coats, Coats, Breeches, Trousers, Hats, Etc. We have everything the Ai HAD in this Country and in France—we are disposing of this stock at tremely low prices—be sure and call to see us when in town. h some real bargains and ...
LOCAL NEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 4 February 1921
LOCAL NEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. Highland Recorder MONTEREY, FRIDAY FEB 4, 1921 J. Hull Kramer, of Bartow is in town to-day. Mrs. Sara Varner is added to the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pullin, of McDowell, were up Friday last, trading. W. D. Eye, the Hightown blacksmith and garage man, was on a business trip to Monterey Monday J. C. fcagle, A he D*-s r.ill coi..n unity Krent a • avrt wh« e in town il/aduy. Messrs Boyd and Homer Stephenson went to Staunton first of the week. &gt; J. C. Matheny and J. A. Whitlaw returned from a business trip to Richmond, a few days ago. E. A. McNulty, of McDowell, was on a business trip to Monterey Tuesday, and stopped In to see the Recorder man. It s hoped that the ground hog will prove to be too much of a gentleman to spoil this fine winter. We are making great reductions in all lines of goods, especially shoes. It will pay you to give us a look. HIGHLAND MBR. CO. H. F. Slaven and son, local under-* takers,...
From Soldier’s Home [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 4 February 1921
From Soldier’s Home Richmond, Va. Jan., 28, 1921 My Dear Friends; I give you thanks for the box you sent me Christmas—all of you— I Mrs. L. H. Stephenson, Mrs. J. H. | Mrs. I. C. Wagner Mrs. C.W. ' Mrs. H. B. Wood Mrs, W. A Q Un tJKhim, Mrs. C. P. Jones, Mrs. Mrs. Yarbrough, Mrs. CDones, Mrs. J. C. Matheny. \ -Jluld like to see you all if I couU* not know whether I will ' i get y&lt;&gt; u again or not. I cant say that P* **ck, hut can hardly walk. I am'** 16 hospital at this time and jjis are brought to my bedside. I eet‘ aty % all time. , f 3orry r to hear of so much ‘ .and so many deaths. SB, 8 0 are dying too. There 1 it jine time and two at i'BL 8T have died in three t. B are bedfast and have w lth a spoon. We are waited «i&lt; cay and night. We have four in day time and W&amp; The night nurse makes g hour and answers any lie,} - . keep-- tar busy all the • •*BB e much at this time 80l^iers bereritC mt ' at Soldiers d, it comes right to I i' : / ...
CRABBOTTOM [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 4 February 1921
CRABBOTTOM We are haring grand winter weath er here, but so much sickness and deaths. Last week H. E. Colaw and John Hammer passed away. They were both prominent and useful men and will be missed by friends here and elsewhere.. Letcher Chew and wife, Mrs. Q. Lee Chew and daughter, Sudie and Frank Chew spent Sunday with their mother and brother. Some boys gave Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Newman an old time serenading Monday night at their new home on Key Run. The old stork flew over town Sunday night and Itft Frank Wimer a bouncing boy. Mrs. Emma Wlmer called on Mrs. David Colaw who is ill this week. Harper Ryder, of North Dry Run, was here on business Monday. Rev. Lindamood has gone to Circleville to attend the burial of Mrs. Henry Harper who died Tuesday morning of heart failure. She was a good woman and will be greatly miss td. Saul Johnson, of Alleghany, spent Tuesday night with his uncle, C. H. Hinkle. M ror end Lu*t©r C« !aw, of Upper North Fork, came over Wednesday on business. Luther ...