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r\!U JAiR 1 l Highland Recorder ? IiOCAL NEWS ; Brief News Notes ? People at Home and Abroad. MONTEREY, FRIDAY MAR. 5, 1920 W. H. Bratton, of Bolar, was cn a business trip to Monterey Wednesday. \ L. H. Shumate, of the Bull Pasture, spent Monday night in town. Boyd Stephenson returned Wednes day from a business trip to Staunton. W. H. Williams and son, Louie, of McDowell, were in Monterey Tuesday May March prove more considerate of creature comforts than did Febru ary! Dr. Vaiden is on duty again, his attack of rheumatism shutting him in only a few days. Several Monterey relatives and friends attended Roy Eagle's funeral *at Doe Hill Tuesday. .*? John Barleycorn continues to turn over in his coffin. Big city papers still mourn for him. R. T. Botlcin and Geo. 'W. Varner, of the Doe Hill neighborhood, were in Monterey on Wednesday. Miss Lottie Carpenter, of Vander pool, left first of the week for Staun ton to visit her sister, Mrs. D. J. Pal mer. March came in bright^ and clear, but did not assume real lamb-like airs until the morning of the 2nd. The outlook is for a short sugar season, practically none having been made up to first of March. Last year some camps were opened in January. Several of the county and town freight trucks resumed operations Monday, and it is hoped the shortage in household supplies, gasoline etc., will be reieved. O. E. Wade has purchased a house and several acres of land from E. B. Whitelaw in the new addition west of town. Mrs. Miller, of W. Va., step mother of Mrs. V. B. Bishop, who has been very ill for some time, is about well again. Her Highland friends will be gad to hear of this. W. A. Crummett, the Valley Center miller, got a fall last week while chopping come ice from his mill wheel, receiving a hurt in his side from which lie has since been disa bled. Dr. H. II. Jones and daughter, Mrs Elva Wils.-n, of Dunmore, W. Va., attended t:.e funeral of LeRoy Eagle at Doe Hill on Tuesday., Rev G. W. Staples had arranged % attend the preachers conferance in Richmond this week, but was detain ed on account of pastoral worn in ?he county. "-U Creek phone line No. 20, all Stiv. ,-^ments for the year 1918 phone asst Ven collected in full, and 1919 have ^ "'100 per cent to no delinquents at ah, **ner, Tr. date. T. S. Wab ' " > ? ,rylc. There will be no preaching s?.. es at Wesley and Trinity on Marc^ 14 by pastor of the Methodist Epis copal church. All our friends at these two points will please attend revival services at Sieg at 10:30 & 7:30 on that date. Mrs. Betsy Ann Simmons, one of the oldest lesidents af the county, was very ill latter part of last week at the home of her. daughter, Mrs. Jeft Jones on Trimble Hill. Mrs. Sim raons is 96 years of age, and is Said to have rallied from her recent ill n ess. Even in this get-rich-quick, money mad age n;cn should be considerate and humane. It is known that High land will th's.year need all her pota toes for ho:.ie consumption, and the follow who tries to buy them up for export ought to be given a sound lec ture, and if he persists, expel him from the cov.nty as an "alien enemy." We presume the sugar season will open up hugely in Highland this week, thawing weather having set in Extensive preparations have been made by nust of the camp-owners, and while the prospect is for a short season, it is safe to say that the time will be we^l employed and a great output may be looked for. Clerk Matheny this week issued a marriage license tp a youthful coup le, the groom, Ira Griffin, being 21 and the bride, a Miss Bennet of Will iamsville community, 13. It is use less to add that the bride's parents were present and consenting. TRUSTEE'S SALE Pursuant to authority vested in me by certain deed of trust of re cord ill the Clerk's office of the Gir cuit Court of Highland County in Deed book No 19 at page 403, dated March 23, 1915 made by W. B. Cor bett conveying the property herein after described to the undersigned trustee to secure and save harmless C. C. Folks and others as endorsers on a negotiable note therein de scribed the raid C. C. Folks having, been required as endorser thereon to pay the^j&aid note and after due not ice from him as required by said trust deed, I will, oij the 5th day of April, 1920 at the front door of the court house of said county in Monterey, Vir ginia, proceed to sell by way of pub lic auction to the highest bidder for cash: one Thornhill two-liorse wagon in good condition, one brown mule and a set of double work harness. - - J. C. Matheny, Trustee. " - ? ? ? .r , Mrs. R. lee Gum Death has again visited the home of Mr. R. Lee Gum, of Vanderpool taking away the wife and mother, Mrs. Ruby Gum aged 64, after a long illness of cancer. Mrs. Gum had been afflicted for several years, had undergone an op eration and subsequently taken the radium treatement at Johns-Hopkins hospitil but all to no avail. About a month ago her condition became more critical and it was evident both to her and her family, that the end was near. She passed away about 8 o'clock Tuesday evening. Mrs. Gum, defore marriage, was Miss Ruby Williams, of Pocahontas county, but practically all her life has been spent on the Virginia side in Bath and Highland. She was the mother of a large family of children, and she is survived by her husband and the following sons and daughters Kenton, of Covington, A. P. of Mont erey, Knox, of Pennsylvania, Mrs. Lock Herold, of Pocahontas, Mrs. George Swdley, of Vanderpool, Mrs. William Mackey, of Monterey, Miss Lucile, at home. The oldest son, Russel, lost his life in a railroad accident in Pittsburg only two or three months ago, and Arthur, another son died of pneu monia just a year ago while with the A.E. F. in France. I It is but reasonable to believe that the shock of these sudden, tragic deaths of her boys had a telling af fect upon her vitality and lessened the power of resistence in combatting her fatal malady, for she was a de voted wife and fond mother. Like co many good women, home was the realm in which her true worth .'as manifest and where she found her greatest enjoyment and happiness, j She had long been a member of the Presbyterian church, and met the Grim Messenger without alarm. J The funeral is being held this afternoon ? Thursday at 2:30 o'clock, at the Presbyterian church, Rev. W. C. White, of Churchville, conducting the service. Out of respect to the family, both banks are closed to-day. Mr. Gum be ing a director of the Citizen's Bank and A. P. Gum asst. cashier of the First National. Interment will be in Monterey cemetery. o MCDOWELL March 2 ? Leo Hamilton, who is a student of Dunsmorc Business College came home Monday to spend a few days with his parents. ? Miss Helen Blagg who spent last week with, her parents in Doe Hill, stopped here on her return to trip to Harrisonburg. Mrs. Mary Bradshaw came home Satuvday after visUing Mrs. D. G. jRuckman, of Staunton. Mrs. W. H. Darby who has been teaching in Potomas, Md., returned home Saturday. W. T. Alexander, who has pur chased a farm near Richmond, is spending a few days here. A little son of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Neil has been quite ill with pneu monia, but is improving. Misses Virginia, Gertrude, and Louise Stuart are spending the week at their home near Williamsviller" Several families in the neighbor hood have had flu, 6ut are all getting better. Ervine has been sick Mrs. He. >lut is improving now. for some time, of Gridley, 111., Charles Wilson, Mother's body who accompanied his ?. Seen to Doe Hill last week, has ^ ing his sister, Mrs. H. M. Prop. V"x ..Mrs. R. M. Ervine spent the weei. end in town with relatives. X |? 0 local Red Cross Aids The body of Marvin Arbogast, a Highland boy, whose death in Akron, Ohio, was reported by our Crabbot tom correspondent last week, was brought to his home cemetery for burial after considerable delay inci dent to the heavy expense of ship ment. The father, Jerry Arbogast, who is a man of limited means, re quested that the remains of his son be sent home but was unable at the time to advance transportation char ges. The body was held at Akron for several days awaiting the requir ed guarantee, and an arrangement was finally made whereby the neces sary amount ? $150.00 ? was assum ed by an uncle, a brother and the Highland Red Gross Chapter, and the remains of the unfortunate young soldier boy reached Staunton on the following day and were conveyed from there to Crabbottom by a local motor truck. .Young Arbogast was attracted to Akron by the inflated wage scale prevailing there, but became ill be fore he had gone to work, a victim of the flu scourge. t\ FOR SALE AT ONCE A1 1256 Acre Live Stock Ranch, Situ ated in Blue Grass District. Highland county, adjoining the ranches of E. A. Dudley, W. H. East, and Cline, Houff, et als; -within 10 miles of Monterey, 5 miles of High town, and same of Crabbottom village 2 miles of S. & P. pike and one-third mile of county public road, well wa tered, well located and enclosed by woven wire fence. 250 acfes old blue grass sod; 400 acres or more new sod forming, rest good range. Kept season 1918, 82 cattle, one and two years olds; 170 ewes wiith I^mbs, and 8 horses. Keeping c5pajcit$ may be practically doubled. Possession given at once. Price and terms very reasonable. A bargain for stockmen. See or addiceas at an early date, O. P. CHEW, Rt. Monterey,. Va. or G. LEE CHEW, R't.4 SCaunion, /Va. Another Highland Boy Gone H. LeRoy Eagle, son Mrs. Mar tha and the late Samuel C. Eagle, of Doe Hill, succumbed to an attact of influenza and pneumonia, at Pocpno, Penn., his adopted home on Friday, Feb. 27th. . . His death came as the third great shock to his mother and surviving brothers and sisters within a compar atively short time, the father passing away something like three years ago to be soon followed by a son and bro ther,, Rembert, who lost his life in the world war. Mr. Eagle had spent much of his time since early manhood away from his native county, and was married in Pennsylvania, his wife and one child surviving him. His mother, also survives and his living brothers and sisters are Mrs. Emma Cecil, of West Virginia, Miss Martha, for sev eral years a member of the M. H. S. faculty and now a teacher in the Doe Hill graded school, Russel, of Bemis W. Va., Randolph, at home, Josiah and Alfred, students of the U. Va. The remains were brought to Doe Hill and laid to rest on Tuesday last Rev. G. W. Staples of Monterey, con ducting the funeral service. o DEATH Miss Agnus Ervine, whoso illness has frequently been referred to in these columns, died on Saturday morning, Feb. 28, at her home on Back Creek. She had been danger ously ill for a long time and her death did not come as a surprise. She was a maiden lady, her age .being approximately 65. She was a daughter C;f the late Benjamin Ervin and the last member of that family on Back Creek. " Since the death of her parents, a number of years ago, Miss Ervine had made her home with the family of Mrs. George Ryder in the neighbor hood of her old home. She was a member of the M. E. Church, South. ITer funeral .took place Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and was conducfed by Rev. E. L. Wood, of the Presbyterian church. Interment was in the family burying ground near her home. ? o HOUOS LIST NEW? Mrs. W. W. 'Skellett. Crtb bottom; Dr. W. R. Siron, -McDowell; j W. M. Simmons, Bartow; C. P. Arm strong, Covington, Va.; Mrs. J. N. Swoope, Williamsville; J. W. Bulger, P.lillboro, Va.; John Stephenson, Westsonia, Ala.; Mrs. L. Kate Gibson, Huntersville, W. Va. Mrs. Alice Gardner, Elkins, W. Va. RENEWALS? L. H. Shumate, W. H. Williams, McDowell; Ezra Bever age, Doe Hill; J. L. Guishall, Mustoe; T. S. Wagner, E. K. Rexrode, Boyd Beverage, Monterey, Rt. 1; II. M. Sites, Swoope, Va.: Miss Lottie Car penter, Vanderpool: Mrs. B. A. Soule, Dayton, Va.; Mrs. A. Puffyafoergcr, Valley Center; C. T. Shumate, Mrs. A A. Jordan, W. N. Bird, L }-I. Steph enson, Monterey; S. H. Bishop,. Rol la, Va. ; Mrs. Eiitelle He-, t ner, Toe- Plains Va.; Mrs. C. C. Trent, Altavista. Va. ; Mrs. P. Edgar Hull, Eureka, Kans. VALLEY CENTER March 3, 1920? Miss Agnes Erv ine an aged resident of Back Creek died Friday night after a lingering illness at the home of Mrs. Ina Ryder. Funeral Sunday at noon was largely attended in spite of the bad weather. Miss Ervinc was the last survivor of her immediate family; was a sister of the late John S. Ervin of McDowell, and an aunt of ?<lrs. Anderson Sheets of Mill' Gap. From early life she was rnember cf the Southern Methodist 'vat Green Hill. ' Rvder. at home from Ichurc*. Account of the flu quar Herbert -^abbottom Monday Dunsmore on v. arrived^last antine went to c. -?r's father, Ewell Hiner and w. week on a visit to Mr. Hiu -ixig Henry Hiner. William Crummett while curry. the ice off of "Old Ginny" last week met with a painful accident, falling about nine or ten feet from the wheel and striking his chest on a steel beam. Mr. Crummctt, though still suffering, is better at this writing. The mill is being operated by his son, Edgar. W. Price Campbell is suffering from a lame back. Bedford Rose spent the week end atH. F. Herold's. Bird School house would have been destroyed by fire Friday night lrad it not been discovered in the nick of tome by D. Boone, who gave the alarm and with the help of neighbors succeeded in extinguishing the flames only a few minutes before the whole interior had ignited. Fire was caus ed by a defective stove. S. E. Williams spent the week end with his sister, Mrs. R. Lee Gum. Russell Bird and Lloyd Gilmore are fox hunting with Bedford Rose at Sunrise. We are glad to report Mrs. S. Mc Gilmore and children recovered from an attack of tonsilitis. Paul Slaveif, accompanied by Cecil Wade was in our community Satur day night and Sunday, as undertaker for the funeral of Miss Agnes Ervine. Willis Gum, of Dunmore, W. Va., spent the week end in our community S. G. Dever, we are glad to iocyrn, is improving from his reccnt indisposi tion. D. Boone saw a wolf along the wa ters of Back Creek a few days ago. X Dental Notice Will be at Williamsville, Va. March 15 1920 to do dental work and will remain 10 days or two weeks. Dr. I. C. Wagner Miss Mattie V. Jones News of the death, of this well? known Eastern Highland lady reach ed Monterey soon after its sad occur ence Wednesday morning. She was a victim of pneumonia and was ill but a short time. Deceased was a maiden lady, daugh ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Decatur Jones, a well-known and prominent family of the Cowpasture valley, her home being near Vilna post office. Of a large family of children but two now' survive, Samuel Jones and Miss Nancy Jones. Deceased was a member of the Methodist church, and in the absence of her own pastor, Rev. G. W. Staples of Mbnterey, was called there to con duct the funeral today. ' ? o DOE HILL, VA. Solomon G. Wilson, whose death was mentioned in the brief notes last weeks paper was due to heart trouble at the home of his brother, Jared M. Wilson of Gridley 111. Mr. Wilson and his mother had gone there from Au gusta Co. some few -months ago. The deceased was ill but a few days and death came unexpectedly. He was 39 years of age and always lived a q.iiet life. Besides his bereaved mother, Iir. Wilson is survived by four brothers, all living iii 111., and five sisere three ' of whom are living in Highland. Mrs. Mattie J. Eagle received a tel- !| agram last Monday 23 stating that her son, Roy of Pocomo Pa., was very ill with pneumonia, she and her son, Randolph left the following morning for his bedside. On their arrival at Pocomo they found him in a critical condition with double pneumonia. 1 The sad news came Sunday even ing of his death. The body will be bro ? ght here for interment in the Doe Hill , Cemetery. We are so sorry to see thes fine young men so swiftly passing away. His brother was buried over seas a little over a year ago. Charles Price and family expect to leave here Tuesday for their new home at Deerficld. Their many friend regret to lose them. We are more than thankful to say there is no flu as yet in our commun ity, the McDowell school being clos ed for a week on account of its pres ence there. Oliver Pitsenberger was <called to Thorn, W. Va., last Saturdt:7 morning by the death of his aged frtfber, Har rison Pitsenberger, who Ikad been very ill for some time. Miss Elizabeth Armstrong "has had charge of Miss Martha Eagle's school at this place since the recent Illness of her brother. Miss Helen Blagg was mantled -in Staunton last Saturday. 'Not Often , Capt Arbogast Weds An agreeable surprise was sprung' on his parents and friends here, when a telegram was received the first -.of the week stating that CapC E. Mead Arbogast and Miss Frances Priscllla Slor.ne, of Indianapolis, were wedded!, The happy event' took place at '.the; home of the bride's father in the; above city on February 23, at hdgh' noon. Captain Arbofeast was among the first to enlist in the World War from the Old Dominion and on account of his previous fine militery training soon arose to 2nd lieutenant. He then became captain in over-seas duty and was in the thickest of the battle at Argonne in which half of his reg iment was left onthe battle field and he himself seriously wounded and painfully gassed. He went through the entire war and received an honor able dichargc. It was while in training at Indian apolis that he became -acquainted with his wife, who has many friends in this city as she spent several weeks here last summer, the guest of Misses McClintic, who were former school! chums of hers. We waft our congrat ulations for a long and useful life Marlinton Journal Card of Thanks j to extend our thanks to ' ?rhbors for th$ir kind We wish berevtement in friends and nCi^ N >r and s^er.. ness durihg our s. * f&DMil/ the loss of our daught*. 'lie, Va. ; Mrs. Swoope an<_ 1 Williamsvi. ' Executor's Sale of Valuable Real Estate As Executor of John M. Hook, dec'd, and pursuant to the provisions of the will of the testator, I shall, on the premises, in McDowell, Va., on Wednesday, March 24, 1920, at 1 p. m., offer for sale at public auction, the valuable home farm of the testator, known as the Eagle land and the Tolly lot, '.'situated in and ad joining the^town of McDowell, High land County, being the lands willed to the wife of said testator, the late Dorothy Hdolc, tor life .? and at her death to be sold by his executor. The home farm known as the Eagle land, li*es in and near the town of McDowell and contains about 200 acres. This farm is well adapted to both farming and grazing, and con tains a body of excellent timber. It has upon it a good dwelling, barn and other out-buildings, and is in every rcspect a most desirable home. The Tolly lot is a valuable building lot on Main Street. TERMS ? One sixth of the purchase money cash, and the residue in three equal annual payments with interest from day of sale, the pur chaser executing bonds with approv ed personal security for the deferred payments, and the title being retain ed as further security. 4t JOHN M. COLAW, Executor. CHURQH SERVICES Crabbottora Charge: 1st Sunday, Central 11 a. m. New Church 3 p. m. 2nd Sunday, Union Chapel 11 a. m. Central 7 p. m. 3rd Sunday, New Church 11 a. m. Central 7 p. m. 4th Sunday, Circleyille 11 a. m. Dry Run 3 p. m. Communion services next Sunday at Central 11 a. m. Methodist Episcopal Church, High land charge, Geo. W. Ttyumm, Pastor, church services as follows: First Sunday of each month, Union Chapel, preaching at 11 a. m. Second Sunday, Wesley, preaching at 11 a. m. Sieg, Sunday school at 2 p. m. Preaching at 3 p. m. Trinity preaching at 7:30 p. m. Third Sunday, Asbury, Sunday school at 10 a.m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Thorny Bottom, Sunday school at 2 p. m. Preaching at 3 p. m. Fourth Sunday, Green Hill, preach ing at 11 a. m., cottage prayer meet ing each Sunday evening at 7 p. m. Fairview, preaching at 3:30 p. m. Class meeting second Sunday each month at 10:30 a. m. Revival services will begin at Sieg Feb. 29 at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school in the afternoon on that date as usual. Prayer meeting each Thursday evening. 4 Monterey Methodist Service for Sun day March, 7 1920. Monterey ? Sunday School at 9:30 Preaching and communion, at 11 Hightown ? -Sunday School at 2 Pre aching at 3 P. M. Seybert Chapel ? Suday School at 10,, Pheaching at 7:30 P. M. AH ,the benovelent collections and others are coming up . splendidly and we are counting on ,"The xqirf^nce , slogan, "Everything in full, Bishop, "i ? Beulah and Stony Run appoint ment. - March 7 ? Beulah ;H a. m.; ;S. S. at 10. Baraca Chapel, 2 :#0 p. m. March 14 ? Stony Run 11 a. m. (congregational meeting); S. S. at 10. River View, 3 p. m. o COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF VALUABLE GRAZING LAND IN HIGHLAND COUNTY Pursuant to a decree of the Circuit Court of Highland County, Va. ren dered in vacation on the 29th day of January, 1920, in the cause of Annie S. Bussard et al vs. Chas. Stanley Dever et als. pending in sa^d court, I will on Saturday, March 6, 1920 at 11 o'clock a. m., in front of the Court House in Monterey, Va., offer sale at .public auction that valuable grazing rarm situate in said county on the waters of Back Creek, adjoining the lands of Mrs. E. . A. Wade, Mrs. H. F. Herold and others, known as the Maj Charles Wadei.l&nd. N This; f aim contains 400 acres more or less., -nearly j^ll being in .good sod, the remaiMftr .good timber suffici ent. for aeeds on the /arm. This is a rare opportunity to biky $ji excellent grazing faxm. TERMS ? Oae-8ix,t:h t-t-hf pur chase money is required to be paid in cash, and the remainder to be paid in Ave equal annual instalments froip the day of sale and bearing i^tere^t therefrom payable annually, the -pur chaser to give bonds with approved personal security, and the title will be retained as ultimate security. , EDWIN B. JONES, Spe'l Comr. Monterey, Va. I, W. .H. Matheny, Clerk, of the Cir cuit Court- for Highland County here by certify that the bond required of the commissioner by t.he decree men tioned, has been duly executed. W. H. Mathejttj^, Clerk BUSINESS LOCALg " " ?. ~ _ ? r- ? i-'h-oa*"1' i FOR SALE OR RENT-- rFQ*kfe-of I Water store. For , further information^ apply to, ? Mrs. Lucy Colaw, R, F. D 1.; Monterey, Va 3-5-4ts FOR SALE, FORD TOtJRING : C AR. Gcod running condition. -Liccnso [Pa^d ffor this year. Cheap for quick buyer. J. C. LOCKRIDGE, *-5 Flood, Va. y _ ^I^JThT^Geiser gasoline eng ?t>aUir, ifftftijnted on steel FOR b. -cedent .^igjpe. Call on in good 1. -T>. w^nferey, Va. wheels, an ex ' ? ? ' ? ! ? E. T. HEVENEa. nV|!ddIe o* tthc>farm. WANTED? Expei 'a^and aged, single man to help i ^oii| Send referances, age, expen. ,^1 price in flrst letter. All lettei. be answered March 1st. Don't ai. wer if you are looking for a soft job. We wil work regular hours as far as possible with a reasonable time off during year. Bonus at end of year ac cording to contract or services ren dered. Hevenerland Farm (Crabbottom) Monterey, R. F. D. Nol Sold out of Buff Orpington land Golden Laced Wyandotte chickens. Eggs of either breed for hatching, $2.00 for 15 delivered. * Hevenerland Farm Monterey, R. F. D. 1. EGGS FOR HATCH I N Gr-Have j ust received two Wisit; Leghorn Cocker els, the strain developed by the U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry, Beltsville Md., and Lave high producing quali ties. A setting of 15 eggs $1.50. Let us book your order now. Early hatch makes winter layers. ^ H. B. "VPOOD, Monterey, V?. fr? " 1 *6-.v National Thrift Is the Slogan ? I * i i i V 0/ the Day. STATISTICS show that the country today is prosperous. Bank deposits have increased. Statisticians agree, how ever, that a period of depression is possible after the Eu ropean war. Wise people are preparing by adding to their bank balances. Are you ? If you haven't a bank account, open one today. If you have a bank balance, make up your mind to add to it. See is about your banking. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Monterey, Va, ?<>? ?<)? '<>? ?()? ?<)? ?o* SHOES ! SHOES! That will save you money That will look well That will give you good service will be found at the HIGHLAND -MERCANTILE C(0. .There are still a number of pairs SAMPLE SHOpS. . >3uy .now .before prices go up. . . This is a tip to save "> , , . . ? S -T you money. C I CrtOCSE A WATC/i AS YOU CHOOSE A FRIEND rii n $30' vd "Some friendships , ace m$de by nature, some by contract, some by ii^exest and some by souls," wrote Jeremy Taylor. 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