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Highland Recorder issued every Friday morning by H. B. WOOD. IE TUTOR AN 3 PUBLISHER "Nt'cmbcr Virginia Press Association We are not responsible for expres sions or views of correspondents. Entered at the Monterey postoffice as second-class matter SUBSCRIPTION PAID IN ADVANCE Jour months 50 cents Eight months $1.00 One year $1.50 MONTEREY, VA., JUNE 13, 1919 If the patrons of the Monterey school and school entertainments -were questioned on the matter they ?would be aunit in the claim that they are entitled to more .comfort than they now enjoy when they assemble at the school building, a claim that is strengthened by each successive gathering. These same patrons are always liberal in their support of pay entertainments, and if the word were given out that one or two such were to be held for the purpose of purchasing comfortable chairs for the audience room, there would be packed houses each time. There are now a few such chairs in the room, but these are always reserved for some purpose, and the majority of people are -left to jam up and bunch up ? "any way to get up" ? and the result is that many are too unconfor table to enjoy the program. The faculty and pupils may regard it as the business of some one else to seat the room, and perhaps it is, but the running expenses of such a school are pretty heavy and the School Board is limited in the matter of public funds, hencs th only pros pect of relief is through the initiative of the faculty. The patrons will do the rest, as we have already stated. The old issue of benches now there are fit for nothing but kindling-wood and will always be remembered by possible curvature of the spine they have caused in the past, not to men tion corns and callouses. In this matter of seating, if we had a say, there would be no "peanut gallery," but comfortable seats all the way through, with the back tiers a little elevated, where appreciative folks could find comfort and by their presence shame the few youngsters who seek that quarter ana regara it as a place that licenses rudeness, ana who feel called upon to annoy others by cat-calls, shrill whistling and general rowdyism. Then, too, the question of lights is discussed every time such public meetings are held, and the concensus of opinion is that the Board should have this room wired and fitted up in this particular. The cost would not be heavy, and the "current" ex penses would be negligible. These spring finals, as well as the entertainments given during each term are of interest and profit to fcoth pupils and patrons ? occasion of real pleasure and enjoyment ? and the things mentioned are just as im portant and essential as the class room equipment and accessaries that are being provided year by year. _ A motorist in the eastern part of the county had to get out and level down the ridge of sod, rock and dirt in the road to loosen up and save the "pan" on his machine. No wonder auto-owners protest against double and tripple taxation! While the au tomobile is now recognized as THE means of travel ? a thing of necessi " ' ty, unequaled utility and here to stay ? many road men have no eye whatever to their just requirements. We have reached an age when a county's reputation depends upon its roads, and while a Macadam system cannot be adopted at once, road builders and workers can have an eye to the needs and comforts of auto owners, thus showing an up-to-date interest and progress. It requires more time and money to make the "crooked places straight" than it does to make "rough places smoothe" j because many of these are small and can be remedied in a short time. Can't the authorities do some work of this sort before July 4th when we will have scores of auto parties com ing our way? The reputation of the county is at stake, to say nothing of the visitors' comfort. o Among those who will meet the President at the dock will be old Mister High Cost of Living. o General Ludendorff thinks that the training of the American soldier wi? not up to woild-war standards. It was sufficiently good, however, to finish the job and reduce the highly trained German sldiers to a state of military innocuous desuetude, so it quite answered the purpose. ? Amer ican. o Surely 1919 is showing a slump in June weddings: And so many young soldiers returning, too. The fact that June brings so many good things makes the rose bug all the more hideous and unwelcome, NOTICE! To the Heirs of Samuel Beathe.dec'd. Notice is hereby given that as as signee of Anne Stont, I will apply to the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Highland County for a deed of con veyance by him to me of 78 acres of land lying on Crab Run in said coun ty, and that said land was purchased by Anne Stone on January 4, 1915, # at a sale made by Willis Gibson, treasurtr of said county, for taxes delinquent and unpaid thereon, In the name of Samuel Beath's estate. John M. Ralston. A WORTHY CAUSE Last week The Recorder published a brief article about the campaign for the Children's Home Society of Virginia, and so impressed were men with the needs of the Society that the editor of the Recorder has ac cepted the chairmanship in Highland county. The quota is $150,000 in the State and only $350 in this coun ty. That gives to each magisterial district a fraction over $100 to raise. To aid us in this campaign we have appointed the following well known persons to assist: Monterey District ? Rev. G. W. Staples, Rev. N. A. Parker and Miss Evelyn Jones. Blue Grass ? Rev. B. L. Woods, | Rev. H. W. Lindamood, Mrs. Jas. A. Fleisher, and Mrs. Mary Colaw. Stonewall District ? Rev. M. L. Moffett, Rev. S< R. Snead, Miss Jose phine Bradshaw. The editor of The Recorder is go ing to rely largely on his co-workers to raise this small sum of money. The ministers can secure much of it through their churches. The people at large in the county are asked to send their contributions to the Recorder and due acknowledg ment will be made. The names of ?ill contributors who give as much as 50c will be published. The campaign opened June 10th md will close June 25th. This noney is to care for 10,000 orphan jhildren, made so by the -world war and the spread of influenza. Send in your donations promptly. 0 As a matter of course the question jf "feeding the multitude" on July tth is not be overlooked by the U D C jommittese, and judging from reports coming in from all quarters, it will equire more than a few barley loaves tnd small fishes. The plan is to feed ;he vetrans, young and old, free, and the dinner served to others wlll^ be for the purpose of meeting balance iue on monument and to start a fund for a memoral to our boys of the .vorld war. It will be an appropriate time to inaugurate this movement, and, mean time, think the matter over and help decide on the most sensible, enduring and appropriate design of memorial ? shaft, hospital, community house, dispensary? a. , ? HONOR LIST RENEWALS: L.H Lockridge, Flood, A. M. Beverage, R. F. D. 1, K. F. Shumate, Hot Springs, K. A. Simmons, Bolar, i Mrs Amanda Corrigan, Vanderpool, Wm, D. Rexrode, NewYork Cit y, Mrs Polk Eye, Monterey, o ? NOTICE The Blue Grass District School Board will meet at "Pisgah" school house Saturday, June 21, 1919, .to elect teachers for the schools of said district. * ? All teachers applying for one room schools must hold certificates in force and those applying for position in the Blue Grass High Schol must hold professional certificates. Send application to Div. Superin tendent or clerk of Board before the above date. D. 0. BIRD, Clerk. <J COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE Monterey, Va., June 6, 1919 Louis M. McClung, who sues for him self, etc vs. Luthenia Williams' Administrator All parties interestede in the above 3tyled cause, now pending in the Cir cuit Court of Highland county, TAKE NOTICE, that pursuant to a decree entered in said cause, at the April term, 1919, I shall, at my office in Monterey, Va., ongaturday, the 5th day of July. 1919. proceed to state, settle and adjust the following ac counts: FRIST ? An account of the person al estate of Luthenia Williams, de ceased, in the hands of D. C. Graham, her administrator, applicable to pay ment of the debts against her estate. SECOND ? An account of the real estate of which the said Luthenia Williams died seized, showing its quantity, and rental and fee simple value. THIRD ? An account of the debts due by Luthenia Williams's estate, together with their dignities and priorities. FOURTH ? Any matter, especially stated, deemed pertinent by himself, or required to be so ctated by any party. JOHN M. COLAW M&st?r Commissioner E. B. Jones, p. q. Commissioner's Sale of Land By virue of authority vested in us by a decree entered in the Circuit Court of Highland county in the cause therein pending of Ethel Arm strong vs. J. B. Hicklin et als. we will as comissioners thereby appoint ed offer for sale at public auction at the front door of the court bouse of Highland county on the 5th day of July, 1919, subject to the widow's ?vower, the two tracts of land on Bull Pasture river in Highland county of which E. A. Hicklin died seized, and containing respectively 80 acres, more or less, and 162 acres, more or less. The 162 acre tract has a good dwelling house and a splendid barn on it and all necessary outbuildings and both tracts are splendid grazing and farming lands. These two tracts will be offered together and separate ly and sold in the way they command the highest price. TERMS ? Enough cash on the day of sale to pay the costs of suit and sale and for balance in three equal annual payments for which the pur chaser will be required to execute his three bonds dated on the day o? sale, waiving the homestead, bearing Interest from date with prsonal scur ity to b approved by the commission ers and falling due in one, two and three years respectively from date and the ti.tile to be retained until all the purchase price is paid and a con veyance directed by the court. Respectfully, Andrew L. Jones, Edwin B. Jones, Comrs. The bond required of the commis sioners by the above mentioned de cree has been executed. W. H. Matheny, CJerk M. H. S. riUAIS The commehcement exefdises of the Monterey High School were held as per program published last week except for an unfortunate incident Tuesday night which caused such in terruption as to necessitate the com pletion of the evening's program /ednesday morning. ? ^ ..One of the lamps, hanging, close to the ceiling set fire to the board from which it was suspended, and, while there was no danger from the fire, the usual panicky state" followed, and failing to restore sufficient quiet and attention, a decision was reach ed to conclude the program Wednes day morning at 10 o'clock. The baccalaureate sermon Sunday night drew a full house, and Mr. Parker's sermon, based on the words of "The Wise Man," "Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God and keep His command ments, for this is the whole duty of man," was strikingly appropriate and an excellent address. ' Monday night's program was in hands of the grades, and the exer cises were splendidly diversified, the children showing excellent training and doing the work assigned them in a way to make parents and teachers proud of them. During the evening Prof. King read the grade promotions which will appear in the Recorder. Tuesday night brought another packed house, and the program had reached the "Class Prophecy" stage when the Are scare led to a postpone ment, as stated above. The program forjthe evening was as follows, Miss Whitelaw, one of the graduates, delivering her prophecy when the interruption occurred. Of those who took part in these exer cises, words vt praise are in ordr, but time and space forbid a separate and personal reference. THE PROGRAM Invocation .. Rev. B. L Woods Sub'd, Music . . Elizabeth Whitelaw, Lena Campbell, Alma Trimble Salutation Harry Gum History Alma Trimble Phophecy ...... Elizabeth Whitelaw Giftorian Mary Ryder The Class Will . .Lena Mae Campbell Music.. Elizabeth Whitelaw, Lena Mae Campbell Address Dr. Jas. R. Howerton Valedictory Hinkle Shumate At 10 o'clock Wednesday morning the program was completed under comfortable and pleasing conditions, the class taking up the exercises where left off the previous evening. Dr. Howerton, the speaker of the occasion, was preceeded here by his splendid reputation as a speaker and it was a great pleasure for Highland peopl? to hear him. His theme was along the line of a higher patriotism, its place and urgent need in civil life especially in these days of reconstruc tion. Dr. Howerton referred to the fire scare and near-panie Qf t^e previpus night, and took occasion to criticise our primitive school building, which all agree is inadequate for our needs and lacking in many essentials. Mrs. Howerton accompanied the Doctor on his trip to Monterey. As to the"6ix young graduates we can only say, as to the girls ? sweet and happy; as to the boys ? bright and happy. May success and happi ness attend the class of 1?19! DISTINCTIONS The following pupils made an av erage for the term of over 90 on all subjects: 4th year ? Lena Mae Campbell, Elizabeth Whitelaw. 3rd year ? Sarah Wade, Mary Hinen 2nd year ? Grace Wagoner, Rebec ca Johnston, Rosa Waggy. Anna Grace Hiner. 1st year ? Katherine Lunsford, El ma Johnston, Lottie Woods, Virginia Beverage, Hazel Page, Constance Cleek. DISTINCTIONS ON 3 SUBJECTS 1st year ? Virginia Hickman, Geor gianna Ryder. 2nd year? Mildred Trimble. 3rd year ? N?He ffeyerage, Eliza beth Matheny. 4th year ? Alma Trimble, Mary, Ryder. Promotions from first to second year: ? Kathleen Lunsford, Hazei Page, Lottie Woods, Georgianna Ry der, Bonnie Rexrode, Geneva Rex rode, Constance Cleek, Elma John? sin, Mazie Robinson, Virginia Bever age, Virginia Hickman, Julian Terry, Vivian Cobb, Roy Dever, Fred Gum, Harper Mackey. Second to third ? Rosa Waggy, Grace Wagoner, Anna Grace Hiner, Mildred Trimble, Rebecca Johnston, Addie Robinson, Elizabeth Ryder, Forrest Bird, Delrey Pruitt. Third to Fourth ? Mary Hiner, Matilda Hiner, Elizabeth Matheny, Nelle Beverage, Sarah Wade, Ray mond Slaven, Richard Sullenberger, Charles Peterson. Elbert Puffenberger. Conditional ? Genevieve Mackey PROMOTION Promoted from IB to IA ? Mary Freeman, William Wimer, Don Sul lenberger, Sallie Kate Rexrode, Kathleen Beverage Emily Hansel. Promoted IA to 2nd grade ? Char les Swadley, Helen Gillespie, Dorothy Trimble, Dorothy Corbett, Robert Pullia, George Wilson. * Promoted from 3rd to fourth grade ? Irene Eastham, Charlotte Trimble, Mary Margaret Slaven, Betty Hansel, Edna Weeks, Rebecca Beverage, John Parker, Kenton Simmons. Promoted from 4th tQ ?th grade ? Lucile Hevener, Audry Hiner, Opal Johnston, Mary Lunsford, Frances Matheny, Margaret Matheny, Vir ginia Trimble, Virginia Patterson, Robert Gum, Clellan Hevener, Owen Hinef, Edwin Jones, Turrifer Jones, Wallace Pruitt, Ernest Bussard, Jack Sullenberger, Roy Trimble Frank Wilson, Clarence Sipe. Promoted from Sixth to Seventh Grade ? Leo Ralston, Sam Sullenbej ger, Newtcn Parker, Sarah Hall, Margaret Patterson, Eva Rexrode, Lula Weeks, Eula Johnston, Richard Malcom, John McNulty, Charles Lunsford. Promoted from 7th to 8th grade ? For 1st year of High School ? Howard Hiner, Richard Trimble, Ralph Weeks, Marguerite Brockaway Mary Hedrick, Virginia Matieny, Ruth Sullenberger, Evelyn Wagner, On condition ? Mervin Wimer, Mary Hiner. o Program of Sunday School Institute and Convention for Chimney Eun and Valley Bethel Churches, 2nd District of Va. Chimney Run, Friday night, June 8 p. m. In charge of Minor C. Miller, District Sunday school sec'y. Valley Bethel, Saturday, June 24, 10:00 a. m. Opening exercises ? Scripture quo tations etc. ? 10 minutes 1. Who is responsible if I do not attend Sunday school ? A. A. Miller, 5 min. 2. Will my life be worth as much witout the Sunday school? ? Geo. J. Baldwin, 10 min. 3. How much ^f the future church is dependent *on present Sunday school methods? ? R E. Bussard, 10m 4. Should there be assistant teachers for Sunday school classes? ? Chas, S. Rodgers, 10 min. f 5. How does the Sunday school help .(1) the church, (2) the home, (3) the community? ? Lillian L. Car penter, 10 min. General Discussion ? Song. 11 to 12 m. Time given to Minor C. Miller, Dit. S. S. Sec. ? Business ? Organization ? Offering. Adjourn menu AFTERNOON SESSION 2 P. M. Devotional Exercises. 1. What Is expected of Sunday school officers and* teachers? ? P. E. Ginger, 10 min. 2. The Bible or Quarterly In class ? which? ? Geo. O. Robertson, 10m. 3. How broaden the influence of the Sunday school ? Chas. B. Giggs, 10 min. Song. 4. How get every member In terested in Sunday school work? ? Harvey Waggy, 10 min. 5. Some thing the Sunday school has done ? is doing ? should do. ? Ada Ginger, 10 min. 6. Recitation ? Mary Waggy Song. 3 to 4 p. m. ? Time given to Minor C. Millor, Dist. S. S. Sec. Adjournment, NIGHT SESSION 8 P. M. In charge of Minor C. Millor. Sunday June 22. The secretary will probably visit Wesley Chapel Sunday school and have charge of some work following the Sunday school hour. You will be given the opportun ity to make a donation at each of these places for District Sunday school work. LULA ROBERTSON, ROSA WAGGY, A. H. MILLER, Program Com. DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERS IOR, Washington, June, 3 ,1919. ? Help Wanted, Male and Female. Are you looking for a permanent po sition that offers good pay and work ing condition? If so, the Federal Government needs help at the Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Washington, D. C. There are a number of vacancies for. the following positions, all of which include maintenance; Milk men, $45 per mnth; all classes of da* mestics, including waitresses, laun dresses, and kitchen helpers maie and female, $32.50 per month; as sistant cooks, $32.50 per month; as sistant bakers, $45 per month. "Maintenance" includes room, board, laundry, ana, In cases or illness, med cal attention for a reasonable cime. Requirements: Applicants mu^t be not Jegs than 16 years oj age and in good physical condition. Are you capable of taking one of these posi tions? If so, get application form number 1642 from the Secretary, Fourth Civil Service District, or the Superintendent, Saint Elizabeths Hospital, both at Washington, D. CM and file it as soon as possible with either of these parties. S .G. HOP KINS, Assistant Secretary. ? wt " ... - | WORLD'S NEWS IN CONDENSED FORM * ? LONDON.? Pro-Bolehevlks, In Eng lish labor organ, pour out vials ol wrath on President Wilson, who is called weak and Irresolute. WASHINGTON.? The Philippine Is lands will apply for membership lp the League of Nations immediately after receiving independence, their en ypyp inform Congress. f>ARI8.? ' The Council of Four It still uncertain what reply to make to Ger many's counter proposals, but Is de termined to permit no major changes In the peace treaty, NEW YORK. ? A delegation from the new Polish government reached here. WASHINGTON.? In sweeping deci sions handed down the United States Supreme Court upheld all the t#fr graph and telephone tariff Increases, as well as the advances In railroad passenger and freight rates which were ordered by the federal govern ment since those public utilities passed Into government control. LONDON. ? Lord Robert Cecil, isii expert on the League of NfMqnq, regrets American opposition to the league, declaring "It would be deplor able If at the end of the peace confer ?nee something should happen to mat Area's glorious je$& $ ift $h$ w*r," - DELCO -LIGHT Costs about the same as oil lamps and gives four times the light, is infinitely safer J ' and there are no lamps to clean. BEVERLEY GARAGE ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS For Sheriff To The Voters Of Highland County. At the request of many of my friends I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Highland County at the election to be held next November. I respect fully solicit the support of the cit izens of said County, and promise if elected to serve the people faithfully and to the best of my ability. Respectfully, A. Robert Dickson. To the Voters of Highland County ; I hereby announce myself a can didate for Sheriff of Highland Coun ty at the coming November election. If elected I shall endeavor to dis charge the duties of said office to the very best of my ability. I respectfully solicit your support. Sincerely, W. N. BIRD o To The Voters Of Highland Co. At the solicitation of a number of my friends, I hereby announce my self a candidate for the office of Sher iff of Highland County, and kindly ask your support at the coming elec tion, Nov. 4, 1919. I promise, if elected, to discharge the duties of said office to the best of my ability. Very truly, . Early Gum. o By request of many of my friends I hereby announce myself as a can didate Sheriff of Highland coun ty in the coming election, Nov. 4, 1919. I want to say to the people, if elected, J will discharge the duties of the office faithfully and insure you prompt service. I will thank you for your support. I am, Yours respectruny, flUBERT SMITH o For Treasurer To the Voters of Highland County: ? I take this method of announcing myself a candiate for th? offlea of Treasurer oJ Highland county. Conditions are such that I may not be able to see all voters in persqp, but respectfully solicit, and assure you that I will appreciate, your sup port at the election w ue neld on November 4, 1919. If elected it is my intention to per sonally conduct the business of the office, and discharge the duties tp the best of my ability. Very respectfully, H. M. SLAVEN To The Voters of Highland County: I hereby announce myself a candid ate for the office of County Treasure of Higklax}4 OQunty at the election to be held on Nov. 4, 1919. If elect ed I will give the office my personal atention and will discharge the du ties of said office to the best of my abilty. I respectfully solicit your support. Very respectfully* ADAM STEPHENSON . 0 ? . To the Voters of Monterey District : . At the request of many of the vot ers of the district I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Supervisor of said district. I solicit your support at the coming election and if elected will serve the people faithfully and impartially. Respectfully, TOBIAS McCUNTIC To tlie Voters of Highland county:. . Friends: It would be my pleasure ? decidedly so ? to serve you as Clerk of the Circuit Court of your county, for another term. I can do that right well ? nothing else I know of that I can do; so if you will elect me again I will put my | best foot foremost and will be, Very much oblige, W..H. MATHENY o For Commissioner of Revenue To The Voters Of Highland County. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for re-election to the office of | Commissioner of the Revenue for Highland County. I promise if elected to give my best efTorts to the faithful discharge of duties of the office and will give my undivided attention and time to the work required to be done. Your support Is respectfully solic ited. J. H. Pruitt. o To the Voters of Highland County: . . I hereby announce myself as a candidate for Commissioner of the Revenue for Highland County, If ' elected will serve the fcsople faith j fully and ^o the best of my ability. Respectfully, J. W. ERNEST LOCKRIDGE o To the Voters of Highland Co^ ; I hereby announce myself a can didate for the office of Commissioner of the Revenue for Highland county, to be voted for at the coming elec tion to be held November 4th, 1&1&. I earnestly solicit your votes. Respectfully, JNO, H. HEYENER o To the Voters of the Counties of Bath Highland, and Rockbridge and the . .City of Buena Vista: I respectfully announce myself a candidate for reelection to the House of Delegates of Virginia for the Dis trict composed of the Counties of Bath, Highland and I^QcUbridge and the City of Buena Vista. Subject to the Democratic Primary JOHN W. STEPHENSON, Warm Springs, V^r ? q ? I respectfully announce myself a candidate for the office of Common wealth's Attorney of Highland Coun ty at the election to be held in No vember, 1919. I shall be grateful to all voters who may give me their I support and if elected it will be my I desire to serve the people of the ; County courteously and to prosecute faithfully all violators of the law both state and federal that may come to my notice or that may be brought to my attention. Repechilly, ^ ANDREW L, JONES To the Voters of Monterey District: Responding to the request of many of your number, I announce myself a candidate for the office of Supervi sor of Monterey District. If elected I shall do all in my power to right fully discharge the duties of the of fice, and shall give special attention to the betterment and upbuilding of roads. I respectfully solicit your support at the coming election. Respectfully, A, C, JUDY I respectfully announce myself a candidate for the office of Supervisor of Stonewall District' at the election to be held in November, 1919. I shall be grateful to all voter who may "give me their support of Stone wall District, and if elected it well be my desire to serve the people faithfully that may be brought to my attention. Very respectfully, L. H. LOCKRIDGE o WOOL, WOOL, WOOL, I will buy wool for Cash and trade and pay thb highest market price. V- B. Bishop. 30E30 :ocxoc=Li TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE TIMBER AND BARK LANDS IN HIGHLAND COUNTY. VIRGINIA Sale will be made at Petersburg, Grant County, West Virginia. The undersigned Trustee by virtue of authority vested in him by an or der made and entered by Judge Rose of the Federal Court, Fourth Dis trict, on the 26th day of November, 1918, in the mater of F. Merten, bankrupt, and others, will on Thursday, the 19th Day of June 1919 at twelve o'clock noon, in front of the Court House door at Petersburg, Grant County, West Virginia, offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder, the following describ ed real estate, to-wit: A large tract of land * containing about 8,000 acres, situate in High land County, Virginia, not so very far from Monterey, on both sides of Jack Mountain, and on both sides of Doe Hill and Monterey road, and on the waters of Halterman Run, Peck Run, Ransel Run, and beginning at or near the line between the counties of Pendleton and Highland, and ex tending south therefrom along said Jack Mountain. The piat showing the boundry of said tract made by I. L. Beverage, surveyor of Highland county, gives the acreage at 7,898 acres more Qr less. It is the same land which was conveyed by James R. Caton, Special Commissioner, to Frederick Mertens and Park Agnew, by deed dated November 30th, 1901, which deed is of record in the Clerks office of Highland county among the land vstfords thereof in Deed Book No. 12, page 45. In which deed said tract is described as containing about 8,000 acres, more or less, and being the same laud of which Lewis McKenzie died, seized. The heirs at law of the said Park Agnew, now de ceased, having conveyed their inter est to the said Henry Shriver, Trus tee in Bankruptcy of the firm of F. Mertens* son, of Cumberland, Mary land, and of Frederick Mertens, Wm. M. Mertens, Henry F. Mertens, and John H. Mertens, Individually by deed dated July 31st, 1918, which deed is of record in said Clerk's of flee in Highland County in Deed Book No. 21, page 126, to which two deeds reference is hereby made for a further description of said tract of land. The plat of said tract of land mfvae by Mr. I. L. Beverage is on file In said Clerk's office in Highland county; also in the office of the said Surveyor, and In the office of E. B. Jones, Attorney-at-law, at Monte rey, in aaid Highland county, where the same may be seen; also at the office of M. S. Hodges. Attorney-at Law, at Franklin, W. Va. and the of fice of L. J. Forman, Attorney-at Law, at Petersburg, West Virginia; and also at the office of Mr. Walter C. Capper, Atiorney-at-Law, No. 10 Water Street, Cumberland, Mary land, where the same may be in spected. It is the purpose . to sell said entire tract of land as a whole, but without any guarantee as to the acreage. The said Trustee selling alP of his right, title, and interest in and to said tract of land, under said deeds hereinbefore referred to and under the order of sale made by the Federal Court, the purchaser to step or stand in the shoes of those Y,rho are now interested in said real estate and to acquire all their rights and privileges and interest in all of said real estate, whether embraced within the boundary specified or not. but without any guarantee on the part of those whose interests are be ing sold. The sale being made sub ject to any superior right or title to any of said real estate, but with the right to the purchaser to re-clalm and recover any of said land in the possession of others. TERMS QF SALE: $1000.00 of th?e purchase price in cash on the day ot sale; the balance of the one-third of the purchase price to be paid upon the ratification of the sale by the United States District Court for the district of Maryland; one-third in six months from day of sale, and the final one-third in twelve months _ from day of sale. The purchaser to execute notes with interest from day of sale for the deferred pay ments, to be secured to the satisfac tion of the Trustee, or the purchaser may pay the entire purchase price cash if he desires. The sale will be absolutely made on the above date. HENRY SHRIVER, Trustee. FOR SALE ? Second-hand kodaks, good as new. Prices reasonable. Call at this office for particulars.