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IS THIS A NATION OF THIEVES! [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
IS THIS A NATION OF THIEVES! A cabled story from Berlin the other day that 17,000 freight cars had been stolen in Germany since the arm istice was made the object of much merriment by American newspapers.. They had better look at home — better throw a stone in their own glass houses. There is no such steal mg in all the world as is done on American railways. The only figures made up for a full year as yet are for 1919, when SEVENTY-FIVE MILLION DOLLARS worth of goods were stolen out of American railroad cars. The record shows that no object lees than a ton’s weight was safe against the thieves of the rail. Much sm. ll package, pilfering occured, but there are tens of thousands of reports pe: year of goods stolen that must have been carried away in wagons or motor trucks. This thievery is taking place in all parts of the United States, and no doubt there are organized bands engaged in it in some parts. The total loss, which must be paid by the rail roads, is one ofthe chief problems ...
THE GOVERNORSHIP Potential Reasons for Selecting Senator Trinkle for Governor [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
THE GOVERNORSHIP Potential Reasons for Selecting Senator Trinkle for Governor Editor Recorder: So much interest has been awaken ed in the governorship this year that any facts relating to the candidates is of general interest. I therefore ask a little space in your columns for ihe purpose of calling attention to the situation confronting the people. Mr. Tucker represented the Tenth District in Corgress for six pears, his official life endng March 4 1897, Since that period he has been out of public life. As a congressman ho did not give satisfaction to all the people of tht Tenth District and he intuitively ro alized it and to save himself from de feat announced his desire to retire, but the dissatisfaction he had engen do'r&lt; d lived after him, so when the Democrats nominated Capt James L. Bumgardner, who was a gallant Confederate soldier and a scholarly gent lonian, he was defeated by a iican, -lon Jacob Yost. Thi- was brought about by general apathy among Democrats. Part...
Extending Its Work [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
Extending Its Work Plans of the Salvation Army to bring its work among the unfortunate and neglected into closer contact and working harmony with the coramuities of Virginia, have been launched with the opening of headquarters for the Social Reserch Bureau of the Army at 809 East Franklin street, Richmond. The work of organizing and buildig up a system of community advisory boards in more than one hundred and fifty communities of the state has been begun, following close ly the plan used in the western half of the country last year, where under the directi n of National Director H. B. Ehler, some eighteen hundred boards were formed. The organization work in prospect for Virginia is part of the plan to carry the work initiated in the west last year to completon in the east in 1921, and is the fulfillment of a longfelt need of Army officials, being the result of several years of investigation to determine the best means of serving the communities and states of America. It will facilit...
DON’T WORRY! [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
DON’T WORRY! There is perhaps no more familiar admonition than that found in the above heading—none more frequent ly given— and it is as futile as familiar. The victm of worry, while accepting it as sane, sound advice, concludes that it is impossible, can’t be done, and while he remembers the in junction and deplores his failure, the canker-worm continues to gnaw and the warry output shows no diminu tion. “What’s the use?” Who of the worry squad have not heard that ques tion—askd it themselves a hundred times? As to the answer there can be no disagreement, but a most unique, convincing argument touching this point is copied by a writer in a recent article found n a late issue of a wellknown publication, and which he terms “The Flyer’s Philosophy:” If you fly well thereis nothing to worry about. If you should spin, then one of two things may happen: Either you crash or you don’t crash. If you don’t crash there is nothing to worry about. If you do crash one of two things will happen: ...
WEEKLY MARKETGRAM (U. S. Bureau of Markets) [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
WEEKLY MARKETGRAM (U. S. Bureau of Markets) Marsh 21—Feed:—Market weak demand lacking; offerings, especially for April-May shipment more liberal. Bran and middlings down $l.OO ta $2.00 in Western markets; other wheat feeds declined proportionately Cottonseed meal off 50c to $1 and selling at new low level. Fruit&amp; vegetables—Potatoes down 20c per 100 lbs. northern shipping closing 85 to 95c. Cold storage Baldwin apples steady in city wholesale markets at $5 to $6 Northwestern Extra Fancy Winesaps mostly $5 to $4 per box in consuming centers. Grain—The world economic situation continues a depressing factor in the gra*n market In audition crop reports have been favorable, and prices trended lower the past week. On the 15th sales of 5,000,000 bushels wheat to Europe and further report of green bug damage in southwest induced considerable buying which started an advance, but early on the 17th suppoit gave way and, values started downard. Early on the 21st an oversold conditio...
The American Legion [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
The American Legion Bulletin containing the names of Virginia’s draft dodgers will be sent ’-o all local posts of the \uierican Legion in Virginia as soon an they are made public by the war department, according to an annou'icement oy the Virgina Department Headq rrters in Richmond. Local posts will be instructed to render every possible and immediate assistance to the “duly constituted authorities” to the end that no draft dodgers or s. ckers are permitted to follow in the steps of Bcrgdoll. “Every one will be given the benefit of every doubt, and the lists will be carefully checked” the statement said. “Every possible effort will be made to see that the repudiation of no ex soldier is sullied by error.but on the other, hand the Legion Posts will be called on to do their duty. We want every man guilty of military evasion behind the bars in twentyfour hours after the list of names is made public. In this policy we believe that American public opinion, to the last man and woman, will...
WITTY & WISE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
WITTY &amp; WISE “It’s me” and “He don't” are called Chlcagoese. But they ain’t.—Chicago Daily News. Seems like good old times to meet a man now and then, again, with eggs on his vest.—Detroit News. What has become of the o. f. little girl who put on long skirts and play ed hotlse.—Quincy (111) Whig-Jour-nal. A recent convention of plumbers was delayed while the chairman went back to the shop for a gavel.—St. Paul News. V Some of the recently uncovered ears look pretty pale and sickly, like the grass one sees on raising an old board sidewalk Our idea of the line of demarcation between girlhood and womonhood is when she begins to look funny when she runs.—Ohio State Journal Anyway, it will soon be time for the Sweet Young Thing to pick her bathing suit out of the moth’s hollow tooth and hie her to the beach.— Nashville Tennesseean. The “myriads of green bugs” which are overrunning Oklahoma may be nothing more than gilt edged oil stock certificates blowing about —lndianapolis ...
VIRGINIA: [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
VIRGINIA: In vacation in the Clerks office of the Circuit Court of Highland, the 17 day of Feb. 1921 Lucy D. Arbogast vs In Chancery Howard K. Arbogast The object of this suit is to obtain an absolute divorce from the defendant, on the grounds of desertion and adultery. And it appearing from affidavid that Howard K. Arbogast is a nonresident of this State, it is there fore ordered that he appear here with in 15 days after due publication here of and do what is necessary to protect his interests. Test. W. H. Matheny, Clk. E. B. Jones, P. Q. 4t
TRUSTEE’S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
TRUSTEE’S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE By virtue of the authority vested in me by a deed of trust, executed to he undersigned by Louisa J. Hicks, on the 4th day of February, 1915, of record in the clerk’s office of Highland county, in deed-book No. 19, page 275, being requested thereto by the beneficiary secured in said deed, I will sell, at 'public auction for cash, at the front door of the court-house of said county, in Monterey, Va., on SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1921, between the hours of 10 o’clock a. m. and 2 p. m. of that day, that certain tract or parcl of land, or so much thereof as may be necessary, situate in the county of Highland, on Jackson’s River, containing about 64 acres, willed by Wm. Hicks to the said Louisa J. Hicks, and being the same land on which H. B. Gardner new resides. 4t JOHN M. COLAW, Trustee
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE Monterey, Va., March 2, 1921 Minnie Terry and others vs. Chas. E. Wade’s Adnx’r and others. All parties interested in the abl r? styled cause, now pending in the Cir uit Court of Highland County, TAKE NOTICE, that pusuant to a decree entered in said cause, at the October Term, 1920, I shall at my office in Monterey, Va,, on SATURDAY, the 2nd day of Apr 1921 proceed to take, state and adjust the following accounts: FIRST: An account showing the transactions of J. C. Wade, administrator of C. E, Wade, deceased; SECOND: An account of the debts against the estate of C. E. Wade de- « ceased, showing their dignities and priorities and the balances that are due thereon after the application of the personal fund in the hands of said administrator; THIRD: Any other matter specially stated, deemed pertinent by the commissioner, or required to be so stated by any party. JOHN M. COLAW Commissioner EDWIN B. JONES, p. q. " fentlon this paper In answering Adv.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
To the Voters of the Counties of Bath, Highland and Rockbridge and the City of Buena Vista. I respectfully announce myself a candidate for r-election to the House of Delegates of Virginia, for thedistrict composed of the counties of Bath, Highland and Rockbridge and he City of Buena Vista. Subject to the Democratic Primary. JOHN W. STEPHENSON, Warm Springs, Va. Mention this paper in answering adv
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
Advertisement for Bids Sealed bids for building the road extending from Monterey Corporate limits in front of the school house to the top of the Campbell hill at the “..tc 'eson i.:ve will be received by the Koai 1 of Supt.:-, isors at its i-pccial in' eting to be held at the court i.ouee on the 4th day of April, 1921. The road to be built according to specifications made by the State Engineer and on file in the Clerk’s Office. . J. W. HEVENER, Chairman AFTER THE ACCIDENT To Your Watch or Jewelry foa’ll need that article replaced f Jr repaired n YOU ARE always safe to leave your watch Jr personal jewelry with us.. No novice has the repairing to do. jnly men skilled in doing just suck work. H. H. LANG &amp; CO. Jewelers Masonic Temple, Staunton, \Sa.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
50 good cigarettes for 10c from one sack of GENUINE "BU LL" DURHAM J TOBACCO , (P USED IN ORE FOR YE Bellepoint, W. Va.— ‘ great pleasure to have 1 mak stab half mcd roco too pub! used fam: and good have the‘ Disc to any other tonic, as it system builder. I can ommend it to all like suQ CARPER. Send 18 cents to Er. Pi Hotel in Buffalo, N.Y., fo H in •3s. m WALT MAS( Poor Hum&amp;r Sometimes I think th( has very little fun; ] than the brutes that ch bol in the sun. I’d like link and circle in the . birds like this, I think, of humain care. They 1 ens on their backs, no that kill; they Jo not p tax, or face big month like to be a kangaroo ui plain, and I would 1
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
NEW GOODS C. W. TRIMBLE’S I have just returned from the city and will be prepared to show you an up-to-date Stock of Merchandise, fresh from the MARKET. My specialties will be Mens, and Boys S its and Pants Overalls, Blouses, V, ork Shirts, and Staple Dry Good, Sole leather, Paints, tim'd ware, Shoes of all kinds. Among these that will show the greatest reduction in price will be men’s and boys’ suits and pants, cotton cloth, ginghams, sole leather “Crex” Rugs, carpet chains etc. I feel sure the prices on these articles will be a pleasant surprise to you when you come in. Will give you a line of prices next week, lllßHlßlßlßßliaill li 'll | SERYICL aa m m m m m m IS what you when place your time piece with US. We employ only competent workmen... All of our repair work is guaranteed to give m satisfaction. Prompt attention is m PI given to all mail ciders. m H IS I D. I— SWITZER. Jeweler Staunton, Va. m H m m m m m r 11 I THE Bargains We have been more than pleased with th patronage ...
IiOCAL NEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
IiOCAL NEWS Brief News Notes—People at Home and Abroad. Highland Recorder MONTEREY FRIDAY MAR. 25 1921 J. F. McNulty returned Tuesday from Staunton. W. D. Wade went to the Hot Springs Tuesday. Dr. O. J. Campbell is on a professional tour of Bath county. The auction sale of Herold Bros, has been called off, other arrangements having been made. If you need Irish Cobbler potatoes call on H. B. Wood. Price $l.OO per bushel. Giv jn Bird, of Va'ley Center, spent Monday night in Monterey. The man who, on Tuesday, predict ed an early snow was ordered to leave town. Geo. W. Waybright, of Crabbottom who fcis been in feeble health for a long time, is now under treatoment W. S. IT. in Staunton. J Commercial travelers made their with the splendid weather in March. The weather man is hereby notified that a “relapse” would prove most disastrous. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bevrage of Straight Creek, spent Monday night with Monterey relatives. John Armstrong and Miss Lura Hiner, of Doe Hill, spent a few hou...
BOLAR [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
BOLAR Mar. 22—Nathan W. Bussard has appendicitis and his Dr. will take him to the hospital to-day unless his condition improves. The nice warm weather has pushed spring out of the lap of old w'intet just about a month ahead of schedule The peach trees are showing a tint of red and will be in full bloom in another day .or two—a few plum trees are white with bloom. I fear Jack Frost is laughing up his sleeve at the ‘stunt” he means to turn just a little later. On March 4 appeared at the heme of Willie O. Carpenter, a young lady. Christiana Ilena, who has become i he darling of the family and for “keeps” For the “sake of Mike” we hope the road men will sledge off or take out of the rock that protude above the surface and are such a terror to all travel—don’t plow your road till this is done. No wonder our roads never get smoothe when road workers are allowed lo cover these roQks time after time, year after year—pay and pay and the road never gets smoothe, why such folly? Dr. R. W. Brag...