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HONOR LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921
HONOR LIST NEW —Mrs. Maggie Simmons, Staunton; R. L. Nicholas, Crabbottom. RENEWALS—Hubert Hull, McDowell; J. L. Gutshall, Mustoe; W. V. Hiner, Cass; Mrs. A. W. Bird, H. F. Herold, Mill Gap; Mrs. A. Puffenberger, Valley Center; W. N. Bird Bernie Hiner, Monterey; W. A. Gibson Miss Minnie W. Wlson Charlottesvill; D. L. Harris, Oscelo W. Va. C. N. Puffenberger, Pocahontas; O. S. Siron, Dresden Mo. W. F. Hull Remington, Va. S. M. Simmons, Los Angeles. Calif J. P. Houlihan, Coalinga, Calif. D. C. Calhoun, Cuyler N. Y. Cyrus W. Colaw, San Francisco; Cal. Jesse Hiner, Monterey; J. J. Swecker, Covington; Miss Lucy Wilson, Staunton; J, H. Rodgers, Burnsville; Miss Ada Lightner, Mill Gap; W. M. Armstrong, Bealton, Va.
MUSTOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921
MUSTOE. Feb. 7—We are having some very fine weather, the blue bird has put in his appearance, people are getting ready to open their sugar orchards. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Doyle, Easter Doyle and Arlond Griffin, C. P.Houlihan, Joe Hindgardner were Sunday callers at E. M. Devers. Mrs. E. M. Dever Is nursing some sick folks in Monterey. Sullie Hite who had been working for Pulp &amp; Paper Co. at Camp 48 was called home on Saturday on account of his baby being ill Aunt Amanda Carregan became ill last week. She continues about the some. J. P. Simmons is moving to the Hot Springs. Ellis Gutshall rented his property and will move this week. S. N. Gardner, has come home to spend his vacation, he has been on Cheat mountain. Sam Dever has been nursing his hand for over a month, he is improving some at this writing. D. M. Gutshall has purchased a new Ford. Rev. J. W. Gardner preached at River View on Sunday the 6th at 11 A, M. and Victory Chapel at 7:30. Miss Minnie Pullin is stayng at E. ...
Mill Gap [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921
Mill Gap We are having very pretty weather, but were favored on the second by a cloudy day, so Mr. Ground Hog will not get to give us 6 weeks of stormy weather. The Sunday School has been moved during the winter months from the church to the Green Hill school house Mrs. Mary A. Wade, who has ben ill, is improving. Aunt Jenny and Sis Gumm have been very ill. Russell Chestnut and family expect to move to W. Va. soon. Miss Annie Grace Hiner, of M. H. S., spent the week end with her parents, accompanied as far as Harmon Wood’s by John Wiley. There will be a spelling bee at the Green Hill school house Feb. 22. Miss Dora Gumm has gone to S. C. I. Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wade mere shopping in town Friday. Bryan, Marion and Russell Gumm of W. Va. have been visiting in our community. O. T. Wiley has gone to Healing Springs to visit his daughter, Mrs. Herman. J. C. Chstnut, who is working at Cass, spent the week at his home. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McLaughlin and little daughter, Addie Jane we...
School Libraries [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921
School Libraries I am writing to suggest that the teachers of our public schools get busy and have a library placed in each school in the county where there is not one already, or if the one you have has been there for four or five years you should go to work and secure a new one. The teachers should take the first step. Write the department of public instruction, Richmond, Va., for blanks, and letters and prices of books for libraries for the public schools, which will give you all the information you may meed. If there has been no library placed in your school up to this time, do not delay another day. Write for this information at once and while you are waiting for a reply circulate the following petition among the patrons and friends of the school: “We, the patrons and friends of—school hpreby subscribe the amount opposite our names for the purpose of securing a library for our school. The law provides that where any school shall raise $15.00 the school shall give $15.00 and the...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921
Dental Notice I will be at McDowell, Va., Tuesday Feb. 15, 1921, to practice dentistry, remain one week or ten days. 2 Dr. I. C. WAGNER o A good old Irish pastor was thank ing his congregation for the many Easter offerings and his tremulous voice told how great was his pleasure, “I wish to thank the congregation he said “for the many beautiful gifts from my people this glorious Easter Sunday. The plate donations tfere far in excess of my expectations, the candles were many and freely contributed, and the flowers were simply beautiful; but I want to say right here and now that the thing that touched my heart most was whin little Mar-r-y Killy walked oop th aisle an’ laid an egg on the alter.”
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921
BUSINESS I 0( Advertisements unde he following rate: 2i 25c each insertion. E word at one cent per Figures and initials cc Cash MUST accompany FOR SALE—Pure Plymouth Rock Cocker $2.00. Mrs M. J. I 3t Do NOTICE—Pay Ira brick taken from Crab Odist church at once an ing costs. Pay at rate brick. Geo. FOR SALE—A good giving about one and t milk daily. A numbe For particulars call at A stitch in time sav your harness and saddh A. K. EVICK, 4t New Han FOR SALE—Good fai 3 miles north Churchy Good barn and house. F apply to CHAS HUFF Va. •X £ YOUP PRINT Is A Valuable A of Your Bust &amp; | We Help Our g: tomcrs to Su i;!| With Presern Profitable I PUBLIC] •V •1% fcW"f»OfW,'&gt; f I Tin SMILES COME AGAIN 1 PRJ The Charm of Good Source in Rich Red B ing on Earth so B for Beauty Pepto-Mangan Builds Restores the Quality of Brings Back Your ( Renews Vital] Personal charm is lib sheds its rays everyw] light of your personal c under the bushel of ba stead of habitual smiles a tired...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921
iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiimininniii HON: LEE M. RUSSELL, S Governor of the State of Mississippi, says. “THE United States is going thru the most extravigant period of its history. People of all classes are going wild with extravagance. “OF all times in our history this is the opportunity to learn how to buy less and save more by deposits in banks, investments in securities, and the entire overhauling of our business system.” This bank will help you to save by adding- 4 per cent interest, subject to usual regulation. The First National Bank m “Teach Your Dollars to Have More Cents.” iiniiniiHiiiiiuiiißiiiiinii 1 SPECIAL SHE Of FOR lO ID AYS OPiIY i They are all wool, beautiful silk lined, plain and fur trimmed, and sob orginally from 40 CO to 60.00 Nev t be as cheap again 519.75 PALAIS RO The House of Fashion.” GET YOUR CAR READY FOR SPRING Motorists have more tire trouble in the early Spring than at any other time. The reason is that tires which have stood up satisfactorily under Winter runn...
r r *' ’. • • [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921
r r *' ’. • • Paying the president lias been one of the most joyful duties of this wo iron rot the Ir.st 20 years. Her n * is Katherine Shea, an e*aplo\ r the Treasury Depart mem at Washington, who each month delivers in person at the White House a check of $O2 50. the president's pay for 5 0 days She is here shown with next to the last check for Woodrow Wilson. Next month it will he made out to Warren G Harding The yearly salary of the president is $75,000
A Novelty, [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921
A Novelty, “I’m certainly worried,” the great politician confided to his friend. “If I tell the people that my business connections with the city administration brought me in twice as much as they did, they’ll think I’m a grafter; and if I say I get only half what I did they’ll •think I’m a dub for not grabbing off what I might have. I don’t know what to do about it.” “Why not tell them the truth?” “Say,” the great politician exclaimed in delight. “That’s the great Idea! Wonder why none of us thought of It?” The Highland Recorder and The Thrice-a-Wee'k World both for a year $2.35, in advance.
SUES HENJtf FORD FOR FIVE MILLION [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921
SUES HENJtf FORD FOR FIVE MILLION Morris Gest. theatrical producer. has sued Henry Ford to» $5.004).000 charging libel He charges that Ford published ar tides in his paper “reflecting upon my origin, my honor and my theatrical productions ” The article in the Dearborn Independent Ford’s paper, terms Gest’s productions of Aphrodite and Mecca "the m os* • salacious spectacles-'" ever shown in America The article was headed “How Jews Capitalize Protest Against Jews “
MAN'S QUEER PETS Animals and Birds That Have Figured in History. Death of King Alexander of Greece, Credited to Bite of Monkey, Calls Forth Reminiscence. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921
MAN'S QUEER PETS Animals and Birds That Have Figured in History. Death of King Alexander of Greece, Credited to Bite of Monkey, Calls Forth Reminiscence. The report, which later was denied, that King Alexander of .Greece died from the bite of a pet monkey, and the presentation to the prince of Wales of a young koala, or Australian hear, a mountain devil, and a barking lizard, during his trip around the world, bring to mind the peculiar pets of nations and of famous men and women of history, says a bulletin from the Washington headquarters of the National Geographic society. The natives of Pisa, Italy, kept tame eagles. The Florentines kept lions, and the Romans had wolves, the latter as an outgrowth of the RomulusRemus story of the foundation of the city. Many peoples besides the Romans have made pets of wolves. Despite their proverbial ferocity in the wild state, many, taken as cubs, grow tame and manifest the traits of a faithful dog as a companion. The history of the sport of haw...