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VALLEY CENTEE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
VALLEY CENTEE Talmage Williams from Millboro Springs is the guest of his Uncle S. E. Williams. Mrs J. S Wallace is very much com ■plaining. Millard Herold from W. Va. is vis king his brother, H. F. Herold. Mrs. J. A. Mawhinny is suffering with a sprained ankle. Harry Bird is on a business trip to Warm Springs. Miss Alma Hammer spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wade. Miss Ruth Rexrode who has been teaching in Bath returned home Sat urday. Mrs. Paul Crummett has tonsilitis Frank Lighnr spent a a few days in W. Va. last week. Mrs Florence Fleisher is spending some time with her brother E. A Wade. Rev S. R. Sneed and Children are spending the week with C. T. Bird and family. X
Death of Little Child [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
Death of Little Child A little boy, whoso birth In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Macky was announced in our last issue, died unexpectedly Friday about noon. The child was not known to bt Jf at all, and its death was a shock to the parents and friends. Abnormal heart developement was assigned as the cause of death. The funeral took place from the home Saturday afternoon, conducted by Rev. L. M. Moffett, 'of McDowell. Four little boys carried the casket. o A. B. Hastings, assistant State For ester and Federal Collaborator, whose headquarters are at the University of Va., was in Monterey Monday, appointing and getting his wardens together, shaping up for Spring fires. W. A. Sheets, A. P. Arbogast and Jake Kramer, have been appointed as 1 wardens appeared before the ‘ Clerk and took and subscribed the re quired oath of office. Other appointments have been made and Mr. Hastings, with our Chief Forest Warden J. O. Armstrong, and his assistants are arranging to expend judicially the $l2O...
Services Well Attended [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
Services Well Attended The revival services being held at the Methodist shurch have been well attended during the week Monday night was “Ladies’ night” and in response io written and gener al invitations practically all the ladies of town and Immediate community were present. The opening or pre paritory service was conducted by Mrs. V B. Bishop C. A. Bird was leader of the opening services on Tuesday night and W. H Matheny on Wednesday. To-night—Thuresday—will be a special service for the school and pup pils will attend in a body. C W Trimble was named as leader of the opening service Friday night and the pastor announced that there would be no services on Saturday night, the meeting to be resumed Sun day night and continued through next week. Mr McNeer, whose sermons always bespeak deep thought and careful preparation, have been lisened to attentivly by large audeances and his presentations and appeals each night have been characterized by great earnestness.
McDowell [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
McDowell March 23—Mr and Mrs. Furhank-; and little sou of ’V"rfleld. H 'Jit Saturday night with her brothel, II H. Ervine. ( Mr Sponaugle, of the CrtU-oifoni neighborhood has purchase 1 the J. C. Eagle farm,west of town, ,«_U will nn ve next week. i Bruce Farris, of Elkins, W. Va., was a guest of his sister-in-law, Mrs. John Vance last week. Luren Wooddell, only son ofArl-e Wcoddell, of the Seldom Seen neighborhood, is in a critical condition, suffering from acute Bright’s diseease Mrs S. A Hansel spent Minday in slaunton shopping. Mrs A. A Alexander left yesterday to visit her sister, Miss Sudie Whitmore, of Rockbridge. Miss Bettie Bishop returned Sunday from the K D. Hospital Supt. R. E. Mauzy, of Hightov. n, spent today here, attending a meeting of the School Board Mrs A. Nash and two cnildren, of Baltimore, came last week to spend some time with her Mrs. Mary Evick. Mrs. W H. Williams spent the week end visiting her sisters, Mesd-unes Quidor and Gardner. Porter Ervine who has be...
MUI GAP [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
MUI GAP March 21—The Green Hill church has been practising for an Easter ser vice to be given Sunday evening. Mar 27 at 7:30. A very large crowd is expected. Some of the special features of the program are a representation of the pagan nations pleading for the new life brought by the death and resurrection of Christ and a pantomine representig a hungry soul seeking to be led by the “Kindly Light” of God. Everybody is cordially invited to be prsent. Mrs. Nancy J. Chestnut who has been sick, is now improving, Isaac Gum, who has been at the University hospital for treatment, has reurned home. Babe Chestnut went to W. Va. Sat urday and purchasd a new Ford. The Green Hill Sunday school has been moved back to the church. The Sociaty met at Mrs C. Wade’s Thursday and was well at tended. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McLaughlin, Mrs. Maud Ralston and Miss Sallie Slaven were shopping in town Monday. x Mrs. R. H. Wade is on the sick list* Mrs. N. J. Chestut had the misfortune of loosing her cow las week...
The Flanders Lilies [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
The Flanders Lilies On Flanders Fields where poppies grow, The Easter lilies spring up too, And shed their fragrance far and wide, In memory of those lade who dic'd. Who died—but yet who live again In realms beyond our motal ken; Who fought—but in no losing fight. For them do bloom the lilies white.. . And on this Ressurcction morn New life and hope to us is born, White Easter lilies bud and bloom, On Flanders Fields where preppies grow.
HONOR LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
HONOR LIST NEW—Dr. J. E. Page, Clarksburg W. Va. S. A. N. Kramer, Lobelia, W Va. Mrs. Etta Gum, Warm Springs. Renewals —Rev. S. R. Snead, McDowell; Wilmot Strathy, J. W. Newman, Monterey Rt. 1; Dr. C, S. Kramer, Marlinton; P. M. Herold, Mrs. Kenny Sinett, Hightown; Chas. Swadly, Monterey; W. L. Wimer, Swoope, Va.
TRIMBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
TRIMBLE Misss Sarah Wade who Is teaching the Woods Terry school spent the week-end at her home. Steuart Dickson who is teaching the Dry Branch school went to W. Va Saturday, he was accompanied by Messers Clem, Don and Elbert Armstrong. &gt; Frank Harris who was a tenant on A. J. Terry’s place has moved to Jack sons river on the Dan Wolf place now owned by C. C. Folks. Mr. and Mrs. Sullie Hite and children were guests Sunday of the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gut shall. Ed C. Hiner and Homer King of Clifton Forge visited in he home of the former’s parents Saturday and Sunday. The entertainment given by the Pine Grove school Friday nighv was well attended and much enjoyed oy all present. W. N. Bussard is very ill at this writing. Mrs. Don Ginger is somewhat improved. Mrs. Jennie Corbett is numbered with the sick. Mr. Sprouse, an aged man has come to the home of his daughter Mrs Allie Kelly to be taken care of. Mrs. Ben Schooler of Hightown is visiting relatives on Dry...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
For Sale Privately Owing to certain conditions I will sell with early reservations 163 acre farm situated on Rocky Ridge, 13 . miles to rail roaa \ mile to church school and county road. 8 room house 2 stables and ohe.r buildings. Also . .about GO acres under fence, improv ed, balance in good timber, should pay for place when worked out. Abun dance of fruit: apples, peaches, plums grapes, and pears.. Suitable for fruit grain or grazing. Part limestone, part sandy loam, both clay bottom Watered by 3 springs and well in yard, 2 springs would pipe in house. Mr. Man, if you are looking for a good home cheap, come around and I will show you a rare bargain, priced to go. Call at once if interested, as the early bird always catches the worm. Call on, Jacob E. Beverage Warm Springs, Va. o Are you going backward or forward Mr Business Man? In the stone age advertisers put their advertisements on trees, fences and old buildings, but in the modern time it is placed in a more convenient place f...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
LUCKYSTRIKE cigarette. Flavor is sealed in by toasting CHURCH SERVICES Monterey Circuit —Sun Jay, Mai -h 27th. Preaching at Rehobcth, 11 a. m.; and at Monterey, 7:30 p m. Revival services continue at Monterey next week. Eembert 1) McNeer Easter sermon, Green- Hill, Sunday Mar. 27, 11 A. M. No services at Fairview in the afternoon. , At 7:30 P. M. the Green Hill stjhool will render an Easter program at the church. Everybody is invited. Geo. W. Thumm, Pastor. BUSINESS LOCALS Advertisements under this head at he following rate: 25 words or less 25c each insertion. Each additional word at one cent per word each inFigures and initials count as words. Cash MUST accompany order. WANTED—CattIe to pasture this summer on my range on the Monterey Bartow turnpike. Thos. F. Clemmer Middlebrook, Va. ROADSTER FOR SALE—The first person making a reasonable offer for my Ford roadster before April sth will get it. Rembcrt D. McNeer WANTED—To buy Maple Sugm, and Syrup Write J. H. Fal'well,, 356 Woods A...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
IVUVI No man, woman or child ever went to the Poor House when they had an account at O 3 O THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Monterey, Va. Oldest—La rgest— Strongest ono aoBocs: iopoes OE3O n FOR SO DAYS ONLY They are all wool, beautiful silk lined, plain and fur trimmed, and sold org in ally hem 40 CO to 60.00 Nev a r be as cheap again PALAIS ’ ROY AL The House of Fashion.” = € - PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP r K With Goodyear tires on your ear you know pou have the best—your friends know it — the whole world knows it — and your speedometer proves it THESE famous, quality tires are obtainable in the 30x3 —30x31 —31 x 4 Clincher sizes for light cars. Other Sizes in Stock. Goodyears Cost No More and Our Expert Service is Free. MONTEREY GARAGE &amp; LIGHT CO. -Jr.-v * »JL ,S .. w I IF IT IS MSUEANC Call, Phone or Write J. C. MATHENY Monterey * Virginia I I
)W TO COOK AN OLD HAM. SUGAR, AND CLOVES [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
)W TO COOK AN OLD HAM—- . SUGAR, AND CLOVES Many farmrs and farmers’ wives on farms where hogs are butchered have their own ideas about how hams should be cooked to best please the appetite. Here is the way specialists of the United States Department of Agriculture do it. These directions are contained in Farmers’ Bulletin 1186, “Pork on the farm — Killing, Curing and Canning,” just publishby the department. Soak several hours, remove all. mold And loose pieces and rinse well. Cover with cold water, add two tablespoonfulls of vinegar, one-half cup brown sugar, four cloves, and one bay leaf and heat to boiling. The amount of cloves and bay leaves may be increased if desired, espacially fori larger hams. Reduce the heat to a constant sim mer and allow to cook at this temper ature at the rate of 20 'minutes for each pound weight. Remove from fire, but keep the. cooked until cold; then remove from &gt; ■r\ in the liquid in wmch it was the "t.-liner and allow to drain. Take oft t...
Quick Death For Cutworms [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
Quick Death For Cutworms Cutworms are reported to the Unit ed States Department of Agriculture as making a clean sweep of the what lots of th experiamental farm of the department’s dry-land agricultural poject at Woodward, Okla. The cut worms are of the species known as the granulated cut morms. Poisoned bran bait is the specific remedy for cutworms. The accepted formula is wheat bran, 50 lbs; Paris green or crude arsenic, 2 lbs; black strap molasses, 2 quarts or more as needed. Mix the bran and poison thoroughly in a dry state, then add the diluted molasses and stir vigor ously until thoroughly mixed. Disribute the bran over the infested field broadcast, taking care to sprinkle it sparingly around each hill. Middlings or alfalfa meal may be substi tuted for bran.
HOTEL WHITELAW [Newspaper Article] — The Recorder — 25 March 1921
HOTEL WHITELAW Monterey Ya. Is now prepared to give comfortle accomodation, heated rooms etc. Meals 50c same price between la. We kindly solicit your patronage. STATE OF VIRGINIA: In the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Highland County. A. J. Griffith* Plaintiff vs in Chencery Highland Lumber Company, Inc., and Lincoln Trust Company* Trustee, Defendants. The object of this suit is to enforce a vendor’s lien on 1155 acres of land in Highland County, Ya., conveyed to J. K. Griffith from Tri-State Investment &amp; Security Co., by deed dated July 26, 1913, and of record in the Clerk’s office of Highland County, in Deed-Book No. 18, page 219, and to subject the said land to the payment of the balance due on the notes given for the deferred purchase money, and to the payment of the amount expended by the plaintiff in redeeming the land from sale for non-papment of taxes and for taxes paid by him. It appearing by affidavit that the said Lincoln Trust Company is a foreign cor...