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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 February 1921
Doyouki you can lOcts fi on* bag GENUIN BullDui TO B ACC Attention A very useful, housel that has already prove last a life time, and are seasons of the year, and need any thing is the A ing Bed Spring, which have shipped by parcel address. Postage preps ing prices: 1 full s&lt; with side strips and na be put on the slats for per set; three-fourth s bed $4.20; half set for If you so desire I will ! postage paid. Thanking the public for the very liberal pal me during the last 25 liciting your future orde this spring. Can also at the same price from Monterey, Va., W. G. Hi Va., Newman and Mulh
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 February 1921
Flavor! No cigarette has the same delicious flavor as Lueky Strike. Because— Its toasted LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE Died Feb. 15,1921 Little Lucy Irene Shaffler, age oue year and thirteen days. She was only a little rose bud From among the heavenly flowers And was not left to blossom, In this cold, sad world of ours. Oh! how we all loved baby! But the Lord he loved her more And He sent a heavenly angel And bore her to the shore. Yet some day we hope to meet her When thirf toil of life is o’er We will go and live with baby. Where parting comes no more. By those who loved her o— Card of Thanks We wish to express our appreciation and thanks to those who tendered their services and sympathy, during our sad bereavement, the loss of our beloved mother. May heaven’s richest blessing rest upon you. Most sincerely, John W. McClintic Mrs. W. P. Campbell Charles M. McClintic Wm Howard McClintic Tobias McClintic Edward A. McClintic February 16, 1921 o STATE OF VIRGINIA: In the Clerk’s Office of the...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 February 1921
WHERE ID BUY AND SAVE MONEY Visit the Branch Fashion Shop on S. Spruce Street, Monterey, Va. Just think of having an up to date shop in the beautifi village of Monterey, where you can secure the very latest. All ready to wear, coats, coat suits, waists, blouses, middies, sweaters, dresses, ladies shoes, boy suits from 2-10 years old, in fact a nice line of everything in ready to wear. BeautiJ ful goods by the yard, silk, poplin,, and voile. Prices here will certainly appeal to all. Our buyer Mrs. James Dore while in New York selected the goods for the Fashion Shops from the leading manufactures of the United States. Millinery, millinery ready to wear and pattern hats arriving every day. BRANCH FASHION SHOP Monterey, Va Miss Bessie Gum, Mgr. the mm shot 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, Tr...
LOCAL 3SEWS Brief Hew* Hotea—People at Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 February 1921
LOCAL 3SEWS Brief Hew* Hotea—People at Home and Abroad. Highland Recorder MONTEREY FRIDAY FEB. 25, 1921 All the sick folks of the Monterey community are now well on the way to recovery. Shoes. Shoes, Shoes! Good bargains at Highland Merc. Co. Dr. Chas. B. Fox accompanied two patients to the University Hospital to day. They are Mrs. N. B. Woods of Meadow Dale and Mrs. WII liam Eye of Hightown. Among those who went to Staunton . this morning to attend the Laymen’s Convention were J. S. Gibson and Mrs J. B. Jightener, and probably others whose names we could not get. A good boost for the Intrnational Truck. Last week the Highland Mer Co.'s two ton truck hauled over 70,o*o over bad roads from Staunton. t Mr. and Mrs. George Brock of High town, and Mrs. J. C. Wiley, of Pocahontas, accompanied Mrs. N. B. Woods to Staunton this morning. Miss Lillian Mathiews of New York is now with the Little Fashion Shop Staunton Ya, as head milliner and is selecting some beautiful hats for Monterey shop....
MoKERDREE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 February 1921
MoKERDREE Feb. 21 —Miss Mary Ryder, whose illness was mentioned some time ago has improved somewhat and she has again taken charge of'her school. J. P. Pullins’ sale which was held the ISlh was very well attended. The farm was sold to James Michael. Mr. Pullin having bought a farm in Orange county, Ya., expects to move there soon. Forest Hull and family, after spending several weeks with relatives here, left last week for their new home at Remington, Va. They were accompanied by Mrs. Hull’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ky Malcom. Mrs. Frank Pullin is spending a few daye with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Wooddell, who has been right sick for several days, but at this writing is somewhat improved. Paul Hiner went to Charlotesville last week to see his wife who is a patient at the University hospital. Mrs. E. B. Malcom is visiting her son, Claude Malcom at Remington, Va. Clinton Armstrong has been busy operating his saw mill at Samuel Michael’s. Miss Jane Malcom who has been spending some time i...
HOI (SAP [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 February 1921
HOI (SAP Fab, 15—We hare been having tome fine weather for a few days and the pe&lt; tie are opening their sugar trees f r business. The Oreen Hill school is getting along fairly g.K&gt;d In charge of Rsv. G. W. TI i.mm. Miss Ogie Harris returned to Mrs. N. J. Chestnut after staying with Aunt Jenny and Sis Gumm through their illness. , A. D. Gumm who has been ill for a number of days, is now improving under the care of Mr. Simmons of Jackson’s River. The Quarterly Conference was well attended at Fair View, Feb. 13, many people attending from Green Hill with Rev, S. C. Ressenger, the presiding elder from Buchanon present, present. Edna Chestnut has been on the sick list for a while but she is now improving and is able to enter school again. S. S. Wade wae the guest of James Chestnut Tuesday. J. G. Bird and Jessie Tidd were in Monterey Tuesday after some dry goods for J. A. Whltelaw. Miss Gladys Chestnut wa« the guest of Mrs. James Chestnut Wednesday. Mrs. R. G. Chestn...
TRIMBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 February 1921
TRIMBLE Some winter again after a number of nice warm days, an 8 inch snow falling Saturday fcight and Sunday, the deepest of the winter. W. E. Puffenberger, of Boyer W. Va., was through here contracting for saw sets and spent Thursday night with Harvy Waggy. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gum the 16th, a son. Also on the 16th Lowrilla Violet arrived in the home of Allie Kelly for an indefinate stay. Miss Eva Terry was the guest Wed nesday and Wednesday night of her sister, Mrs. G. A. Robertson, of Big Valley. Mrs. W. F. Gutshall and daughter Miss Lottie and grand-child Rudolph were guets Thursday of William Armstrong’s family. Mrs, Orvie Gutshall had a quilting Friday celebrating her son Byron Ervine’s 4th birth day. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Locferidge are visiting the former’s parents on Bull Pasture. Some sugar makers took advantage of the good spell, while others did not. Mrs. Alva Leary and Miss Piiscilla Lamb called on the former’s aunt, Mrs. Mustoe Hamilton, Wednesday. Mrs. Luther Gut...
STRAIT CREEK [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 February 1921
STRAIT CREEK Rev Mr. Thumm filled his appointment at Thorny Bottom Sunday the 20th. Mrs. T. S. Wagner was a guest of Mrs. Odie Gum Sunday. Guests of Andrew Ryder Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wagner Luther Waybright and Dennis Bowers. Mr. and Mrs. James Eagle were guests of Mr. Kenny Puffenberger Sunday. LouisWimer, George Wagner, Ephraim Wimer and wife motored to Franklin Saturday. Harry Wagner and sister, Evelyn attended the play at Monterey Saturday night. Master Ralph Beverage was guest of Miss Mary Bess Hamilton Saturday night, got snow bound and didn’t get home ’till Monday. The stork visited A. B. Nelson’s Saturday night and left Mrs. John Ryder a bouncing boy. Clarence Ryder was with his Crabbottom friend Saturday night, got snowed up and was pulled in Sunday with herses. Sometimes
The Storm [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 February 1921
The Storm One of the worst storme of the win ter struck the middle and North Atlantic states on Saturday night and Sunday, and while Highland, at her lofty altitude, is usually made the goat at such times she can look down from her elevation with pity and commiseration for those east and north of her. The snow Sunday morning had reached a depth of about ten inches but there were practically no drifts, and hence no interruption of traffic or mall service, except on the Staunton—Monterey line, and this was probably due more to inadequate equipemnt than to road obstruction. This mail failed to get in from Staunton on Monday, but all the other mail carriers made the trip practical ly on time, and several passenger automobiles crossed the mountain to the Trimble funeral at Seybert Chap el. Soft weather followed, the snow settled rapidly and occasioned to ser ious inconvenience. As if to honor the father of our county, Tuesday morning dawned bright and balmy, and many predicted that the b...
Mrs. Seybert Dies [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 February 1921
Mrs. Seybert Dies Just before going to press we learn of the death, at 12:30, of Mrs. Margaret Seybert. aged sister of C. T. Shumate, with whom she made her home in Monterey. An appropriate sketch of her life will be given in next weeks issue of the Recorder. The funeral will take place at 10 o’clock today, Friday.
HONOR LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 February 1921
HONOR LIST NEW—W. D. Hlner, Doe Hill; RENEWALS— Ralph Armstrong. Rorana Leach, Doe Hill; W. A. Rexrode. Staunton R. F. D.; J. L. Hiner Monterey; Chas. N. Snyder, Alderson W. Va; Mrs. Fannie Sullenberger, Hammond, W. Va. There will be a meeting of the elective committee of Highland Chapter of American Red Cross held at the Court house on March 12th 1921 for the purpose of electing officers for coming year. The auxiliaries. Crab bottom, McDowell and Doe HoM will please hold their annual meeting on March sth and elect delegates to the county meeting at th Court house on the above date. All Red Cross workers are invited to attend this meeting. Reap, Mrs. V. B. Bishop, Chrm.
VALLEY CENTER [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 February 1921
VALLEY CENTER We are having real winter now, with eight inches of snow. There seems to be plenty of feed and stock looking fine. E. E. Burns is still busy sawing wood for folks. Mrs. Cecil Bird is on the sick list. Mrs. Sarah Yandevender from Frost spent a few days with her grand daughter, Mrs. Howard Townsand. W. P. Campbell and son Arthur attended the burial of Mrs. Mary McCllntlc. Mrs. W. A. Wade, who has been sick for some time is very much better. Several of our young folks attended the play given at M. H. S. Miss Alta Crummett spent the week end with Miss Glena Smith, at Valley View. Mrs. Harry Taylor from Dunmore was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bird last week. After spending some time in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Gilmore Miss Elsie Puffinberger has returned home. Miss Kathleen Herold spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. ’P. Herold. X
Osceola, W. Ya. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 February 1921
Osceola, W. Ya. Feb. 26 —We have been having some real nice weather for a while but it looks now like we are going to have some snow. Misses Eva and Flossie Teter and Nellie Tlngler were guests of Dick Kerens* Tuesday evening. Moses Waybright and Harness War ner returned home from Elkins Thur sday, they were attending court. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Don Waybright, Feb. 7 th, a son. Jesse Tlngler was visiting Sam Whitecotton Tuesday. Those on the sick list are Mrs. Wil liam Spunaugle and Floyd Armontrout. Miss Mabel Lambert is visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry Laata. Lelia Tlngler spent Monday with her niece, Mrs. Don Teter, 3 Our school is progressing nicely under the management of A. C. Arbough. Willa Armstrong was visiting her brother, Odith Armstrong Saturday. Blue Eyes
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 February 1921
OBITUARY Mri. Mary Elizabeth McCUntic, of / Highland County, near Bolar, Va., born May 10, 1843, on the property owned by her father, Michael Wise, dec’d and on which she had resided all her life, died Wednesday, Feb. 16 1921, at 6:16 p. m. - She attended Mary Baldwin Seminary, Staunton, Va. She was married to Andrew Byrd McCUntic, son of Col, William McClintic, a very prominent citizen of Bath county. July 25, 1866. Mr. Andrew B. McCUntic died June 22, 1887. ' By this marriage there are six children, John W., of Missoula, Mont, Emma, now Mrs. W. P. Campbell, of Roanoke, Va., Charles M. of Clarksburg, W Va., William Howard, of Hot Springs, 'ia., Tobias and Edward A. of Bolar, Va., all of whom were with their :a&lt; ther during her 111 ices, and death except John W. Mrs. McCUntic had been a devoted and consistent member of Stony Run Presbyterian church, from her earliest childhood; it was her great pleasure and delight to attend the services of the church. She was a devoted m...
Death [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 February 1921
Death Mrs. James O. Trimble died at her home on the mountain east of Mont erey last Saturday morning about 2 o’clock. Her death was due to typhoid fever, supposed to have been contract ed while attending the sick in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Walter Simmons, who is also a victim of the disease but is slowley recovering. Mrs. Trimble, before marriage, was Miss Margaret Helmick, daughter of the late Philip Helmick of this place, and is survived by several sister, half sisters, and brothers. Of her immediate family, the surviving members are the husband, Miss Lula Trimble, a school teacher and this winter employed in Bath county. She closed her school on hear ing of her mother's illness came home and nursed her faithfully until the end came. The other daughter is Mrs. Walter Simmons, mentioned above, and there are five sons, Luther, the oldest one being in the U. S. regular army. He has been at home on a-fur-lough for a couple of weeks. The funeral took place Sunday noon at Strait ...