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CHAMP CORN GROWER OF KENTUCKY [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921

CHAMP CORN GROWER OF KENTUCKY Everett Reynolds, it ot Mi Vernon. Rockcastle county - Kv is the champion corn grower ot his state He won this title it 1920 when he prow ms bushel*, on an acre

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Source: Library of Virginia
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HOTEL CUNNINGHAM [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921

HOTEL CUNNINGHAM Hot and cold water Baths, Electric Lights, nice large rooms. Good table meals 50c. Lodging 50c. Breakfast 6 to 8 o’clock, Dinner 12 to 2, Supper 6to 8. Meals served between times 75c. Mrs. W. A. CUNNINGHAM, Prop’ss ** r' - \

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EXPERTS DISCUSS AIRCRAFT FUTURE War Chiefs Differ on Whether Planes Will Render Battle% ships Powerless. % TO ASK WORLD TO DISARM Three Admirals at Hearing Recommend Building Airplane-Carrying Ships—Would Speed Program. Could Cut Navies in Half. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921

EXPERTS DISCUSS AIRCRAFT FUTURE War Chiefs Differ on Whether Planes Will Render Battle- % ships Powerless. % TO ASK WORLD TO DISARM Three Admirals at Hearing Recommend Building Airplane-Carrying Ships—Would Speed Program. Could Cut Navies in Half. Washington.—With the close of a round table -discussion between the great minds of the navy, including half a dozen rear admirals, members of the General Board of the navy and members of the Hohse Committee on Naval Affairs, the Congressional conferences on disarmament were practically ended. Before the gathering was adjourned Chairman Butler announced the United States would call an international conference to discuss reduction in armaments. Mr. Butler said later that he quoted no authority in making the announcement. He added that he has talked with President-elect Harding and “others conversant with the attitudes of Great Britain and the other nations” and that he “is confident that a conference will be called in the near future,” The n...

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LEAGUE COUNCIL MEETS FEB. 21 Twelfth Gathering of Body Called at Geneva. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921

LEAGUE COUNCIL MEETS FEB. 21 Twelfth Gathering of Body Called at Geneva. Geneva. —The twelfth meeting of the Council of the League of Nations will be held here beginning JTebruary 21, with Dr. Gaston da Chunha, Brazilian Ambassador to France and president of the council, presiding. The program Includes the nomination of mandates, economic and blockade commissions and a commission to study proposed amendments ''to the League Covenant.

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SLAY HERO AMERICA DECORATED Lieut. Craven Braved Reefs to Take Soldiers From Transport [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921

SLAY HERO AMERICA DECORATED Lieut. Craven Braved Reefs to Take Soldiers From Transport Dublin. —District Inspector Francis Worthington Craven was one of those killed In the ambuscade at Ballinalee. He served in the navy during the war and received the American distinguished service order. While commanding, the British destroyer Meursey, lie saved COO American soldiers from the American transport Otranto when that vessel was wrecked.

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Hundred Species of Petrels. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921

Hundred Species of Petrels. Scattered over widespread areas of the ocean are more than 100 species of petrels, but among the most interesting are the fulmars. Sailors of British vessels commonly refer to them as “mollymawks,” a corruption of mallemuck. The birds in great flocks follow in the wake of ships, and are especially fond of whaling vessels, for they like the substance that is thrown out in the refuse from whale cleaning. The fulmar ranges over tUa North Atlantic from 45 degrees latiture on the American side, and lower, to 53 degrees as the farthest south, on the European side.

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JOKE ON MOTHER Precise Old Lady Convicted of Using Slang. Dictionary Brought Forward to Prove That Term With Which She Frightened Youngsters Was Taboo. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921

JOKE ON MOTHER Precise Old Lady Convicted of Using Slang. Dictionary Brought Forward to Prove That Term With Which She Frightened Youngsters Was Taboo. My mother detested slang, says a writer in Scribner’s. The use of slang expressions was to her something very closely akin to making up a bed without properly airing it or going to a party without a clean handkerchief. When ray sister or I used some of the slang of our day, she used to say plaintively that she couldn’t think where we got hold of such expressions. Had anyone said to me then that my mother used slang I should have been Incredulous and very likely indignant. While I considered my own right to a latitude of language inalienable to my youth, I felt,, if only subconsciously, that mothers (and especially mine, who was of the good old-fashioned variety of genuine mothers) were different. One would no more expect them to use slang than one would expect them to wear short skirts, or dance, or ride a bicycle, or warit the large...

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Death to Rats. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921

Death to Rats. A study of barium carbonate as a rat poison, made by the United States Department of Agriculture, indicates that a 20 per cent mixture with food makes a satisfactory bait. With this percentage a rat ordinarily needs to eat only one-third or three-eighths of a meal of average size to get a fatal dose. It was found that with this dose many of the rats poisoned died within 24 hours, though an occasional rat was found which survived an even larger amount, thus indicating that 100 per cent mortality is not to be expected in any case. A summary of results of experiments conducted by various persons with a view to determining the deadliness of barium to different animals shows the fallacy of the assumption that barium is poisonous only to rats. It is pointed out that the fatal dose of barium per pound tends to decrease relatively as the size of the animal increases, and that a bait calculated to be fatal to rats may he assumed to be more or less dangerous to small domestic a...

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Phillip’s Wish, [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921

Phillip’s Wish, Phillip, Jr., two and one-half years old, is very fond of having his mother sing to him as she rocks him to sleep. She has told him a number of Bible stories, the usual number of “Mother Goose” stories, and other stories so dear to children. He often requests her to sing about “Mother Hubbard,” of “Jack Spratt,” or some other equally well-known character, and she willingly obliges, “filling in,” as she goes along, to suit the occasion. The other evening she .had been singing to him about “Santa Claus” and his various activities, seeing that Phillip was almost asleep, stopped to rest. Suddenly he opened his eyes and said: “Mother, sing me a song about Moses, and Mutt and Jeff.”

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New Vocation for Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921

New Vocation for Women. As Corney Grain used to say, “We all come round, you come round, I come round.” It was never imagined, in his day, that the smart London clubs would come round to having a woman as secretary, but the Devonshire and Green Room clubs have done so, and the Savage threatens to follow suit. It is pointed out, however, that during the war men saw how extremely comfortable a woman could make a club, and, as clubs become more and more the homes of both men and women, a woman secretary seems to supply the touch needed to make theih complete.

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Dog Tattooing His Specialty. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921

Dog Tattooing His Specialty. One of the oddest occupations brought to light by the recent census is that of dog (attooer, a man who specializes in tattooing dogs with their owners’ names.

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FARMERSPLANPAWt poS GRAIN EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921

FARMERS PLANPAW t poS GRAIN EXCHANGE ( i— n 1 V- n C^T: i I Gambling in grain as l ,r .gjj f>y speculators in grain exchanges is one business that n ie j| caD Farm is going if’ try to stop .. . ittee of S>■ v>■ 111 >'■ ■ ■ i.. President James R Howard Gustafson as chairman is making investigation t jcct of grain marketing mi ! nianons ami a ' Bureau Federation Herbert u f OI 11; ,j i( ney Baruch tormer chairm.in <\ \y, i iimr.l u gram ot the committee meet.iu j^ anH (-jt v [ 1 . valors and direct marketing pm-* ht-mg worked ouVIHHHH

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921

ioBRASKA’S NEW BID FOR MAT TITLE - *&: v • . a J OHtSj PESKE yszKo seems bent upon leadtes in the number of t wrestling champions ithin her borders No Joe Stecher lost the ‘Strangler’’ Lewis than the Cornhusker state comes Pesek weighing 197 pounds landing six feet high—a 24ld farm boy who in 144 conlost but three decisions H1& hold is the head scissor ’ e y Lichtenstein, famous Chlnianager. has taken charge se k’s affairs and says he will him to the championship hast youngster developed the'days of >ank Gotch." verdict of m at cr{ tics He great Zbyszko in - in four min-

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 11 February 1921

Pphe Thrice-a-Week jM The N ||»s|&m iN 1919 and 192 cically a daily at the price of No other newspaper i n Weak “After the birth of my baby f had a back-set,” writes Mrs. Mattie Crosswhite, of Glade Spring, Va. “I was very ill; thought I was going to die. I was so weak I couldn’t raise my head to get a drink of water. I took . . . medicine, yet I didn’t get any better. I was constipated and very weak, getting worse and worse, IsentforCardui.” TAKE , i ld gives so much ; t so low ‘Jj hG are alrddy lining th a Pric up Paigrn of 1920, ond which i s " tab loid jour--1 S'ive you a jj ( kee P you as s a daily ICO - Besides,] for a long) overwhelme deeply anc * r he Thrice! k World willjnish y ou a ate and comprAive report ofl hing that ha " Thrice-A-W Inscription pi. Par, and this PWe offer the Presidental ca Thrice-a-Week greatest example am in America of it. It 1 cUghly informed oy six times the igvrs from Em ; to come will t nterest, and w y concerned in year f or The Woman...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

HIGHLAND MU RECORDER VOL. 43 MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1921 NO.

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GOING TO REDUCE IT [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

GOING TO REDUCE IT

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BRINDELL GETS SING SING TERM New York Building Labor Czar Must Stand Trial on Other Indictments. FACES THIRTY YEAR PENALTY Unmoved as Sentence to Penitentiary Is Imposed—Justice McAvoy Denies Motion for New Trial—Case to Be Appealed. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

BRINDELL GETS SING SING TERM New York Building Labor Czar Must Stand Trial on Other Indictments. FACES THIRTY YEAR PENALTY Unmoved as Sentence to Penitentiary Is Imposed—Justice McAvoy Denies Motion for New Trial—Case to Be Appealed. New York. —Robert P. Brlndell, former labor “Czar” in the New York building trades, and by virtue of hit position as chairman of the building trades council leader of 115,000 workingmen, was sentenced to serve a term of not less than live and not more than ten years at hard labor in Sing Sing Prison by Justice John Y. McAvoy In the supreme court. He was convicted of extorting $5,000 from Max Aronson, owner of a building under construction at 236 West Thirty-sixth, after calling a strike. As slightly more than two months may be marked off each year for good behavior, it was saic at the district attorney’s office that the sentence meant that Brindell virtually wooid.be Imprisoned for four years. After sentence had been Imposed It was learned that Samuel U...

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BOY-EO WEDS AMERICAN GIRL Deported German Officer and Miss Mackay-Smith Marry. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

BOY-EO WEDS AMERICAN GIRL Deported German Officer and Miss Mackay-Smith Marry. Lancaster, Pa. —Captain Karl BoyEd, former nav. attache of the German embassy, Washington, deported with Count von Bernstorff, for proenemy activities in the United States during the war, married Miss Virginia Mackay-Smith, formerly of Philadelphia and Lanccster. The marriage was solemnized at Hamburg, Germany The engagement of the couple was denied at the time of his deportation.

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