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COMMUNAL SPIRIT IN JAPAN Writer Notes the Fact That Natives Share Their Sneezes With Strang, ers on Street Cars. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

COMMUNAL SPIRIT IN JAPAN Writer Notes the Fact That Natives Share Their Sneezes With Strang, ers on Street Cars. Japanese do things in public for which we would ostracize a man or send him to the lockup. From their communal spirit which tolerates bathing in public together they go to the other extreme of coming out on their balconies and clearing their throats at five o’clock in the morning and expectorating Into the open gutters below. They will hold their fans before their mouths when talking or yawning, as do we, but will cough and sneeze In your face on street cars. And yet, among the refined, observance of custom is pathetically beautiful. They come to celebrate the arrival of the cherry blossoms by bringing with them their geisha and their children; they move in perf&ct hordes; they go to the station in masses to see off some friend or relative and .crowd the platforms, bowing and, bowing and bowing again as though there weren’t a thousand strangers passing before ...

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11l Girlhood, Womanhood, Motherhood [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

11l Girlhood, Womanhood, Motherhood Roanoke, Va.—"l have taken Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription from time to time for over 16 years and always found relief from it. When I was first married, about 18 years ago, I had feminine trouble. I began taking the ‘Prescription’ and also the ‘Pleasant Pellets’ and I obtained such w’onderful benefits that I continued. I have taken glj of Dr. Pierce’s medicines with the greatest satisfaction. “My sister is taking Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets at present and saya they are all any one can expect. “I have given Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription to my daughter, who is 16 years old, and also the ‘Golden Medical Discovery’ and they have done her a world of good.”—MßS. JOHN MORRIS, 9 Fifth Ave., N. E. A’l druggists sell Dr. Pierce’s medicines.

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BRITAIN SCOFFS AT WAR WARNING London Foreign Office Declares Alleged Statement Does Not Represent Its Views. GEDDES’S IDEAS TWISTED Talk About ‘Wa’ Path' Denied—Something Said by Ambassador in Private Talk Represented in an Opposite Sense—Reject Suggestion of Break [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

BRITAIN SCOFFS AT WAR WARNING London Foreign Office Declares Alleged Statement Does Not Represent Its Views. GEDDES’S IDEAS TWISTED Talk About ‘Wa’ Path' Denied—Something Said by Ambassador in Private Talk Represented in an Opposite Sense—Reject Suggestion of Break London.—Amazement is expressed in official circles here at statements attributed in New York to an authoritative British source that relations between the United States and Great Britain were “drifting toward a break.” Nothing of the sort has been said by any one qualified to discuss the International situation, and the Foreign Office hastened to dissociate itself from the idea. It Issued the following statement : “The statement on Anglo-American relations quoted in the English press this morniug,as having appeared in the American press was made without the authorization or knowledge of the Foreign Office and does not in any way represent the views of the Foreign Office upon the present or future state of relations betwee...

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WOMAN WARRIOR L XECUTED Leader of Guerrillas in Crimea Put to Death by Soviet. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

WOMAN WARRIOR L XECUTED Leader of Guerrillas in Crimea Put to Death by Soviet. Balaklava, Crimea. —Mme, Rado, chief of a band of women’s military organization In the Crimea Known as the “Green Army,” has been executed, together with ten other members of the band, it is announced here. They were accused by the Bolshevik! of organizing so called Soviets as a pretext for plundering edpeditious and ipdulg|ig in drunken orgies in various places.

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AUSTRIA'S BIG DEFICIT 40,000,000,000 Crowns, as Shown by Budget—May Become 55 Billions. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

AUSTRIA'S BIG DEFICIT 40,000,000,000 Crowns, as Shown by Budget—May Become 55 Billions. Vienna. —A deficit of 40,000,000,000 crowns is shown in {he supplementary budget of the Austrian government for the fiscal year. If the demands of the civil servants now pending are granted, providing for an increase f 5,000 crowns for each employee monthly, it is estimated by government experts that the deficit will to increased to something like 55,000,000,000 crowns.

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

PRIZES Richmond, February 15.—Complete details of the hawk-killing contest to be staged by the Virginia Game and Fish Protective Association and for which substantial cash prizes are offered, have been announced. The prize list follows: First Prize—sloo.oo and a Parker shot gun. Second Prize—s7s.oo and a Winchester pump gun. Third Prize—sso.oo and 500 shot gun shells. Fourth Prize—s2s.oo and 500 shn gun shells. To the next Three—s2o.oo each. To the next Four —$15.00 each. To the next ten—slo.oo each. To the next'Eight—ss.oo each. The conditions are:— Hawks must be klled between March 1, 1921 and December 1, 1921 No prize will be awarded to any person residing in a county the board of supervisors of which has not adopted the bounty act of 1920, or which does not pay a bounty on hawks. No prize will be awarded in cases where two or more persons combine their kills. Any proof of fraud in this connection will disqualify a contestant from any prize. The upper beaks of hawks killed must b...

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TO GROW OLD GRACEFULLY Desirable Condition That Greatly Depends on One's Habits of Mind Formed in Youth. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

TO GROW OLD GRACEFULLY Desirable Condition That Greatly Depends on One's Habits of Mind Formed in Youth. The most inevitable —and one of the easiest—of the things we do Is to grow old. Yet what a difference there Is in the way different people do it! You probably know, for instance, gome little old lady who, although she may not be beautiful or brilliant, is Just “nice”—which is apt to mean that instead of bossing or scolding, she tries not to’ be troublesome or unreasonable to those around her. Or rather, she does not have to try, for it Is characteristic of elderly human beings that they seldom try very hard to form new habits. Youth is the period of endeavor, and old age of results. This is the reason for the futility of young folks’ displeasure at their parents’ “Old-fashioned” ideas. Such ideas are fixed; they will not change. Yet not all elderly people are agebound in their thoughts; many can be tolerant of innovations, and a few can even adopt them. Such a flexible condition ...

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WEEKLY MARGETGRAM (U. S. Bureau of Markets ) [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

WEEKLY MARGETGRAM (U. S. Bureau of Markets ) Fruits and vegitables—Potatoes rc covered about 10c per ,100 lbs, ait northern f. o. b. shipping stations closing at 90 to 98c. Chicago carlot market downlOc, reaching $1 to $l.l sacked. Round whites weakened at western New York shipping points, closing around $l. New York market declined 10 to 15 c. reaching $1.40 to $1.50 bulk. Feed market dull and irregular. The demand remains light with pric es generally lower than a week ago. A better expert demand was reported for linseed meal and prices held very firm. Cottonseed meal continues weak and lifeless. Gluten feed prices and conditions unchanged. Live Stock and Meats—Sheep and lambs were the only class of stock at Chicago to show material price chan ges from a week ago. Fat lambs, feed ing lambs and yearling declined $1 to $1.25 per 100 lbs, fat ewes down 50c. Most grades of hogs steady, med ium & heavy weights ranging 10c to 25c higher. Beef .steers, feed steers and heifers ...

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POOR BLOOD IS JUST LIKE SLOW POISON Makes You Feel Lazy and Discouraged. You Get Nothing Done Pepto-Mangan Purifies Tone up Your Blood With it Notice the Difference with Rich Red Blood in Your Veins [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

POOR BLOOD IS JUST LIKE SLOW POISON Makes You Feel Lazy and Discouraged. You Get Nothing Done Pepto-Mangan Purifies Tone up Your Blood With it Notice the Difference with Rich Red Blood in Your Veins The man or woman or the child with a sickly looking complexion, a pale wan face, has blood that is fill ed with poison. Instead of rich red blood coursing through their veins they are trying to get along with blood that is weak and thin. It docs not carry life-giving qualities throu gh the body. You see these men and women every day. They are so tired. Their shoulders droop. They slouch It is all they can do to get around. As soon as you begin to feel that way take Pepto-Mangan, The well known blood tonic. It will clear away the poisons and make your blood rich with red corpusles. Pepto-Mangan is prepared in both liquid and tablet form. One has the same medicinal value as the other. Take either kind you prefer. But be sure you get the genuine Pepto-Man gnn—“Gude’s.” The full name, “Gude’...

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Mrs. James S. Phillips f Dies In West Virginia [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

Mrs. James S. Phillips f Dies In West Virginia Mrs. James S. Phillips, registrar general of the Daughters of the American Revolution, died at noon yesterday at her home in Shepherdstown, W. Va., it was announced yesterday at the headquarters of the organization here. She was the wife of Capt. Phillips, U. S. N., retired, and was in Washington several days ago to attend a meeting of the board of the association. —Washington Times Feb. 14th. The dcacaesed was a relative, of H. B. Wood, of this place. o The people have not yet contrib uted the quota alloted to Highland 1780.00—t0 be used for the starving Armenians, Syreans and others in the Near East. A number of persons in the county have contributed to the cause, but there remains a number of persons who have not contributed one cent. I will be glad if the people will send their contributions to the Highland Recorder. Mr. Wood will turn all such contributions over to Mr Hansel, Treasurer and he sends all funds that come to his hands ...

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HOME SWEET HOME 4- OlA-OIC WttSON [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

HOME SWEET HOME 4-OlA-OIC WttSON

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

Good farm of 77 acres Churchville, on pike. For particulars ehville, Ch

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

Public Sale of Personal Property Having bought land elsewhare and expecting to change my residence, I will onSaturday, the 19th day of February 1921, at my present residence about two moles north of McDowell Va. offer for sale publicly the following personal property: 1 mare, ten yrs old, 1 horse, eleven yrs old, both good workers, 3 dur ham cows, three years old, 1 hillside plow, 1 springtfDoth harrow, and other farm implements. At the same tim I will offer for sale my home farm containing 98 acres most of which is cleared and in a state of cultivation and fruit trees of all kinds, more than necessary to supply family needs The unimproved portion has good timber from which building lumber can be sawed. TERMS will be announced on the day of sale, 2ta j. p. Pullin < McDowell, YA

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

AFTER THE ACCIDENT To Your Watch or Jewelry sfoii’ll need that article replaced di repaired YOU ARE always safe to leave your watch Jr personal jewelry with us.. No novice has the repairing to do. mly men skilled in doing just suck work. : H. H. LANG & CO. Jewelers Masonic Temple, Staunton, Va. lOC aoi p SPLENDID RESULTS are obtained in a short time by using WALLACE’S CARBOLIC SALVE for chapped and cracked hands, fever sores, burns, cuts, etc. Price 15c. Ask your dealer for it. D O aocaoc Yes, We Do Job Work You will find our prices satisfactory Com ° m

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

LUCKY STRIKE cigarette. Flavor is sealed in by toasting o 1 LUMBER j We will now take orders for al kinds of lumber —will have special orders cut, all sizes and kinds. W. E. Gum & Co. 2t Monterey, Va, n The Monterey Mutual Switchboard Committee will meet in Monterey on Saturday March 12 th 1921. The Treasurer of each branch line is especially asked to report at this meeting. Immediate action will be taken' in accordance with the law for the collection of all back dues not paid by March 10 th 1921. 1 2ts W. N. Bird Gen. Mgr. The Highland Recorder and The Thrice-a-Week World both for a year $2.35, in advance. Mention this paper in answering adv We have purchased from the United States Government, at extremely low prices, about $20,000.00 worth of Army Clothing, consisting of Heavy Woolen Blankets, Russet Shoes, Hob Nail Shoes, Underwear, Socks, Raincoats, Coats, Breeches, Trousers, Hats, Etc. We have everything the Army HAD in this Country and in Prance—we are disposing of...

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IiOCAL NEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

IiOCAL NEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. Highland Recorder MONTEREY FRIDAY FEB 18, 1921 Miss. Gertie Griffin spent the week-end at her home. H. B. Wood Jr. has been on the ; sick list this week. % Mrs. W. P. Campbell and Mrs. MaBwheny, of the Beulah neighborhood ■•were in town Wednesday. n Forest L. Slaven, of Basic, came to, BMonterey on _business and returned •Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. N. B. Woods, of Meadow Dale,) ■ ias been numbered with the sick ■his week. raft C. G. Ralston is going to open a on his lot on South Spruce and has taken steps to erect a building for that purpose. U. D. C. will celebrate Washington’s Birthday next Tuesday at 2 30 P. M. at the home of Mrs. J. C. Matheny. A full attendance is desired Mrs. James Dore has returned from the Northern markets where she has been buying goods for her shops, individual attention was paid to the goods for Monterey Shop. Luther Trimble, now with the U. S. regular army and located in North Carolina, came home ear...

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Mrs. Mary McClintic [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

Mrs. Mary McClintic Wherever known, the news of the death of Mrs. Mary McClintic will be read with deep regret. She died at her old home on Jacksons River Wed nesday evening at 5 o’clock after an illness covering two or three weeks She was a victem of pneumonia l , and during the early stages of the disease it was hoped she would survive, but a change for the worse developed and a fatal issue was evident to phys ician and friends. Mrs. McClintic had reached the age of 77, being a daughter of the late Michael Wise, and was,, if we mistake not, a life-long resident of (he community. She had been a widow for more than 30 years, her husband, An drew J. McClintic having passed away in the eighties.. The children surviving her are Jno McClintic, a resident of the West, Charles of Clarksburg, Howard of Covington, Tobias and Edward at the old home and Mrs. W. P. Campbell, of Roanoke All of them except John were present to Comfort and minister to her during her last illness, her last illness...

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DOE HILL [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 18 February 1921

DOE HILL Feb. 15.—Miss Nancy Blagg who spent two weeks visiting friends here returned to her home in Clarendon, Va. last week. Mr. and Mrs. Huffman, of Roanoke, spent last week with the former’s sister, Mrs. Biggs. Theo. Alphin is visiting his wife, who is spending the winter with her mother, Mrs Maggie Jones. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Pinkney Simmon’s died last Friday. Mrs. Alpheus Jones is recovering from a recent illness. John Eliard, of Brushy Fork, recently moved into J. A. Hiner’s tenant house, and will do farming for him. Harry Simmons is occpying the house, which was the home of Miss Mattie Jones, and is now owned by Alpheus Jones. Miss Lura Hiner spent a few days recently with his sister, Miss Leta, at Randolph Macon College. Abner Blagg is on the sick list. Miss Minnie Pope who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry Roberts, of Radford, Va., for some time will return home this week. J. Ed Arbogast was a business visitor in our village last week. Occasional.

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

CRABBOTTOM Rev. Lindamood, W. L. Chew and wife, Misses Bessie and Hazel Colaw spent a few hours with grandmother Colaw Monday. Mrs. William Smith, of Dunmore came Saturday and spent a few days with her father Daniel Colaw, also another daughter, Mrs. Charles Cham pion of Durbin. Glad to note his con dition better. Walter Barkley gave a social Saturday night for the young folks. Mr. and Mrs. John Sweeker speijt Sunday with their daughter and fam' ily. Mrs. George Colaw, Mrs. Lizzie Arbogast and daughter Hester, spent Sunday with Mrs. Hugh Grogg. Hiss Mollle Colaw is suffering from a bad soar throat. Rev. Lindamood called on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Colaw Monday; they will leave next month for their home at Lincoln Neb. Misses Meda Sweeker and Esther Arbogast spent Sunday with grandmother Colaw, Dr. Jorden, of Circlevllle is very sick, and he is needed with so many patients, Aaron Boggs at Mouth of Seneca died Saturday. Dr. B. L. Sweeker was called to Big Run Sunday to see Garber Lambert’s ...

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