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, – ‘ ' ; llllllM [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921

, - ‘ ' ; llllll M - w ■P**, ■fancy, 0 •He Monterey. ,*■ Hiouise Steph S'* * , • Wc -V U ; V'" 0 0 Si- ■■ *•' ■''' I? ~0 0 : 1 holes. I who is in business SIS-/' v■•'-I ’ ■V • > . of t;.‘- B;;t h b; ’ai:gf bi]th..- big sale is g y< .1..::.'t ;■ the 192' i yuktide (•••!«•;,rubo will bo less in evidence if public sontimom will its disapproval. HHH't is much creaking and groanHOBH the war-time tension slackens WSSBSm business lines, but the process gffi|omerrily on just the same. BBSVhe mild weather and absence of ■|Ww thus far has saved the farmer H|Htch feed. i WMlt may require most of the new BMsar for all of us to “get right,” but an enviable state will amply ■compensate for the time. " 0 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jones, of W Covington, were holiday guests of 1 the former’s mother, Mrs. C. P. Jones Miss Annie Gilliespie w r as called to Doe Hill Monday to attend Mrs. Abner Blagg. Sheep claims were allowed by the Board on Monday amounting to 1108.25, which represent...

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ydietide weddings [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921

ydietide weddings OEPHENSON—-McLAUGHLIN marriage of L. Homer Stephens®, of Monterey, and Miss Edith McMughlin, of Stuart’s Draft, was cel«Brated last evening, Dec. 29, at 7:3® o’clock at the home of the bride sis®r, Mrs. S. H. Moore, and was a soc«.l event of more than usual interest to the* two counties. The groom is the youngest son of Mrs. Mary and the late Lucius H. Stephenson, and was born and reared in Monterey. He is at present largely engaged in farming and stock raising and prominently identified with public affaiss in Highland. Being a native of Highland county and of one of its largest and most-widely known families, he naturally has a host of friends and acquaintances to offer congratulations and good wishes The bride is a native of Pocahontas county member of the well known McLaughlin family, of that neighbor county, but has made her home with her sister for a number of years. She is a comparative stranger to Montereyans, but will receive a warm and hearty welcome to he...

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Death of little Girl [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921

Death of little Girl While no hope was entertained of her recovery, friends and neighbors were sorry to learn of the death of little Laura Ralston, which occurred between two and three o’clock Wednesday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles RalstonSouth Spruce street. Laura had a sick spell last winter but had recovered sufficiently to be out during the past summer. In November she again became ill and grew gradually worse until death relieved her sufferings at the time named. Shs had reached the interesting age of nine and was a bright, lovable little girl. She was the second child and oldest daughter and will be sadly missed in the home, where for weeks loving hands have ministered so faith fully and patiently in an effort to soothe her pain and win her back to health. The funeral will take place from the home Thursday afternoon, services conducted by Rev. R. D. McNeer, and interment will be in Monterey cemetery.

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SAD DEATH [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921

SAD DEATH Effie Margaret Baldwin, daughter of Geo. J. and Rosa M. Baldwin, was born June 29, 1904, died* Dec. 23, 1920, age 15 years, 4 mos. and 25 days. Afflicted all her shorf life with kidney disease, she was always lively and seemed to enjoy life. When nearing the close of earthly life her suffering was intense, yet she remembered to place herself in the Father’s hands. She leaves a father, mother, four brothers and two sisters, two halfbrothers and one-half sister who with other relatives and a host of friends miss her presence and pleasant association, but let us bow to His will as it is always best A. H. M.

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MARRIED [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921

MARRIED ; At the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. T. J. Rexrode, one mile west of I Monterey, Wednesday afternoon, Rev. R. D. McNeer officiating, Mr. George Hevener and Miss Bonnie Rexrode. The ceremony took place in the presence of a few invited relatives and friends of the two families. Both the contrating parties are members of well-known Highland families, the bride being the second daughter of Mrs. Mary E. and the late T. J. Rexrode, of this community, and the groom a son of Mr. Henry Hevener, of the Crabbottom valley. A runaway horse in the Neil mail wagon succeeded in gratifying his propensity last Saturday evening while on his way down a back street from the post-office to Patterson’s stable. Clide Whitelaw and his little brother were in the wagon, but neither one was hurt although the wagon tongue dropped down, ran in the ground and the team detached itself at the stable. The horses continued to run, passing to Main street at the Methodist church, finishing the race at Bish...

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IMPORTANT TRANSFER [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921

IMPORTANT TRANSFER A deed was last week recorded transfering the long distance telephone line from the Ronceverte and Elkins Co. to C. T. Shumate, of Monterey, giving Mr. Shumate sole control of this important public utility. It is understood that the sale was made in 1918, but not until this time was a clear and satisfactory title made. Mr. Shumate plan is to either sell the line or organize a company for its future operation, and the people of Highland are specially intersted in the nature and success of the new owners’ plans. The sale covers the 70 miles between Bartow and Staunton, and it is useless to point out the advantages of good telephone service over this line. In this day and age it is simply indispensable to social and business life, a fact that should guar antee needed and ample co-operation o Lost in the hay-meadow in August, raked up and put in shock, loaded on a wagon and hauled a quarter of a mile, put in a mow, forked from mow to manger, refused as food by Old Bos...

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DEATHS [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921

DEATHS The family of Crawford Malcom* south of Monterey, was summoned to Green Bank last week by the death of his oldest son, William Malcom, whose illness had been referred to in these columns. His condition had been critical for several months and death was not unexpected. A few weeks prior to his death he returned from a Richmond hospital where he had sought relief in vain. Mr. Malcom was born in the Monterey valley 40 years ago. but for many years had lived in Pocahontas. He was married and is survived by a wife and two small children. For a number of years prior to his fatal illness he was in the undertaking and mercantile business at Green Bank. His sister. Miss Stella Malcom, who is a graduate nurse, attended him during his illness. Besides his parents, he is survived by several brothers and sisters, some residing in this county and some in West Va. MRS. EMMA PATTERSON The death of Mrs. Emma Patterson occurred at her home in Staunton on Thursday morning last. Deceased was a n...

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VALLEY CENTER [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921

VALLEY CENTER We are entering the threshold of another year, may our good resolutions be unbroken! Those of our young folks who spent Xmas holidays at home and helped to brighten the lives of their parents with their merry voices and cheerful dispositions, have returned to their various places of school vork Misses Mae and Lorena Wade, BlacKstope, Evelyn Crummett and Lillian Wade, Dayton, Lena May Cambell, Training School, Richmond. Mabel and Nelle Herold and Ward Williams Marlinton, Hollis Wade, Hillsboro, W. Va., Edith, Cornelia and Virginia Wade, Lucile Campbell, Minnie Town send, Mary and Edna Crummett, M. H. S., Lucy Gray Bird, Churchville, J. C. Lightner, Richmond, Roy Campbell, who holds a position in Richmond, spent a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Doyle and daughters, Misses Mabel and Ruth, visited in our community during the past week. Glenn Puffenberger and his cousin Carl Simmons, from Augusta, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A,...

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MCDOWELL [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921

MCDOWELL Jhn. 4—Mrs. Harry Bradshaw and two children of Holden, W. Va., are Impending several weeks with her mother, Mrs. W. R. Slron. Miss Margaret Alexander who spent the holiday season with her sister, MisS* Josephine, at her old home, left yesterday for Rawlings, Ya. Mr. and Mrs. John Mercer, of South Boston, spent part of last week with his sister, Mrs. Pearl Williams. Mrs. Paul Hiner has been very ill at her home for the past week, but is now improving slowly. Miss Cora Malcom left Saturday to enter the K. D. hospital in Staunton for training. Miss Nellie Michael, a student of i Dunsmore’s Business College spent the holidays with her father, returning to Staunton yesterday. T. G. Hamilton, of the S. M. A. faculty left today to resume work. Miss Susie Maloy who teaches at Salisburg, Md., spent last week at her home. Mr. and Mrs. W H. Swadle/ and two daughters, Leola and Virginia, spent several days recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robr. Revercorab at Burnsville. Rev. R. ...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921

CHURCH SERVICES Monterey .Circuit—Sunday, Jan. 9. Preaching at Monterey 11 a. m.; and at Green Hill, 3p. m. A full attendance of the Green Hill membership is requested as it is necessary to determine about service in the future. * Rembert D. McNeer Preaching services—First Sunday, Union Chapel 11 a. m. ;M. E. Parsonage, 7 p. m. Second Sunday, Wesley 11 a. m.; Seig, 3 p. m.; Trinity, 7 p. m. Third Sunday, Asbury, 11 a. m; Thorny Bottom, 3 pm. Fourth Sunday, Green Hill, 11; Fairview, 3:30. V Fifth Sunday, Wesley, 11; Seig, 3; Trinity 7. Green Hill Ladies Aid meets third Thursday of each month. Second quarterly meeting. Fairview, Feb. 11 and 12, Geo. W. Thumm . 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. FOR FARMS, homes, timber, orchards, hotels, restaturants, meat markets, stores* bowling alleys, and other pro...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 7 January 1921

imiiimiiinuii President-elect Warn says: “LET us call to all peopt and economy, for denia flee if need be, for a i drive against extravij / luxury, to a recommit! plicity of living, to th and normal plan of lif the health of the repul m fell This ba adding to usi The First Nat! {gH “Teach Your Dollars to Have More C< iaiaßEßisaßsaaiHin THE UNIVESSA GENUINE FORD SERVICE AND INSIST on genuine Ford parts stores and many garages sell ifntta the quality of the genuine' Ford part well as the Authorized Sales and Seil Ford-made parts. You are safe with 3 safe if repaired with imitaton parts. The re same prorerly heat-treated steel as their c Every part is heat-treated according to its u vice they perform. Ford parts are temper Tested after almost every operation while parts present a vast difference from those i supervision. Counterfeit parts range from t' below the quality of the Ford standard. I Ford parts, they’re safer. Bring your F< surance doubly sure.” If you w...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 14 January 1921

HIHLAND MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1921

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 14 January 1921

Is su?:::-.ge going to mean less marriage and more public careers ' r Vs 1: going to mean more opportunities to unmarried women only? Are married women with homes and families going to refuse to sacrifice those Interests and leave the field open to the young women —the unexperienced, unmarried women? First summary of results would Indicate that this Is so —In the ratio of 2 to l< Of three women who have Just assumed important public offices—two are single and one is married The misses are Miss t lorence Allen, elected Judge of common pleas court at Cleveland, 0., and M ss i ,ury K Davey elected prosecutor of Hocking county, O The marne.. woman is Mrs Lillian Brownlee of Washington. Pa. —who is mayor.

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JAPANESE AVERSE TO CHANGE Idea That They Would Take Kindly to American-Built Houses Proved to Be Wrong. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 14 January 1921

JAPANESE AVERSE TO CHANGE Idea That They Would Take Kindly to American-Built Houses Proved to Be Wrong. With the double hope of business success and social service, a certain firm in Japan some years ago began the importation of American-made movable houses on a large scale. The houses, the firm believed, would offer very comfortable and cozy httie homes at reasonable prices to the salary-earn-ing classes of Nippon and would bring about a great improvement in the domestic life of the Japanese. The enterprise, well-meaning as It undoubtedly was, turned out to be a failure. It was like an overzealous but enlightened missionary trying to impose the dogmas of Christianity on heathens, regardless of the latter’s ideas, temperament and history. The Japanese have their own customs, modes of living and traditions, which. Irrespective of whether they be good or bad, are dear to their hearts and hard to give up in a fortnight. Homes are the most basic of Institutions, and house construction I...

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MEMENTOES OF GREAT ACTOR Diary of Junius Brutus Booth and Other interesting Relics Are Found in Old Theater. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 14 January 1921

MEMENTOES OF GREAT ACTOR Diary of Junius Brutus Booth and Other interesting Relics Are Found in Old Theater. Diaries and relics of Junius Bratus Booth, famous in the annals of the American stage, were brought to light by wreckers working on the reconstruction of the famous old Walnut Street Theater, at Philadelphia, Pa., the oldest playhouse In the United States. Away up in the eaves, and there was no evidence to show how they were put there, were two big hampers of wicker, falling to pieces from age. The theater’s manager had a ladder put up, and he and a workman started to ascend. The ladder broke and the workman had some ribs fractured, but the hampers, when finally brought down, proved well worth the trouble. They were full of oldtime costumes, a diary of the famous actor, a license for Booth’s father to practice law, signed by the king of England, and a collection of old playbills and programs that are invaluable today. Alongside the hampers, resting across two beams, was a big...

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Arc and Microscope. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 14 January 1921

Arc and Microscope. Before the Royal Microscopical society In London there was described a method of photographing objects magnified by the microscope. The light of the electric arc Itself is employed, that of the incandescent lamps being shielded; the light Itself is filtered, and thus a powerful monochromatic light, at the extreme limit of visibility, is obtained. With this light excellent photographs of minute objects, under a magnification of 2,200 diameters, were mad© and exhibited upon a screen, The experimenter suggested lenses specially corrected for the, ultra-violet rays would enable photography to do for the microscope what it has already done for the telescope,— New York Evening Post j

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IN DREAMS THERE IS TRUTH One’s Visions While Asleep Are Said to Be of Things He Would Like to Do. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 14 January 1921

IN DREAMS THERE IS TRUTH One’s Visions While Asleep Are Said to Be of Things He Would Like to Do. When you dream that you are slaughtering a flock of potentates it’s more than probable that you’re unconsciously expressing a repressed desire to kill your mother-in-law. In dreams a man does the tilings he secretly desired to do in waking .life, but did not dare. This was the interpretation of the Freudian theory of psycho-analysis given by Dr. William J. Durant, former instructor of philosophy in Columbia university, in a lecture the other night in Milwaukee. “The mask of morality is taken off In dreams, and man acts in the primitive animal fashion,” Doctor Durant said. “In dreams there is truthMan was not meant for cold deliberation, but for the immediate reactions of the animal. By nature we would knock other persons down without thinking about it. “Civilization, according to Freud, is built on the two great repressions of pugnacity and sexuality. Monogamy as a marriage form, in Fre...

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Peanuts Gain in Popularity. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 14 January 1921

Peanuts Gain in Popularity. More than 2,000,000 acres In this country were planted with peanuts last year. The demand for them Is increasing by leaps and bounds. They are one of the most nutritious foods known to man, one pound of them (shelled) containing nearly half ft pound of fat and a quarter of a pound of protein, both high grade and readily digestible. For running the body machine they are three times as efficient as an equal weight of beef and five times as efficient as an equal weight of eggs. Peanuts yield a sweet, wholesome cooking oil. A bushel of them In the shell will produce a gallon of oil. Many lard substitutes now sold and popular are peanut oil converted Into a solid fat.

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MARSHALL FIELD 10 INTO NEW FIELD [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 14 January 1921

MARSHALL FIELD 10 INTO NEW FIELD BftTttii Marshall Field is ' tawwalß trrery hamlet tn-the tend is Use mtrchant prince. Now it is to try for other honors. Marshall Field III —now head of lbs famous Chfeago^tprtnne —is go* ing to try to ifiaite a name for himself la the bond business— JoJsing a Chicago firm. He was ' n captatia <teuia*g the late w»*-.

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