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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 January 1901

Tsee the bride they had to to a two-step 2; hey are sent free. IMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. ,.??-.-iT.-?t V.': d in e first into the of a life all pin. Years affo that he would erve the world until mil were exhausted, aid re coins; out of this life. God and prenare to enter .Te carries out Ids resolution, finely repents the last day or the hour or the last minute of his life. __e takes the last seat in the last far of the last train bound heavenward. His re? leased and immortal spirit ascends. Not one wins; bears down toward him with a welcome. No Rign of eladness at his ar? rival. None there obligated to him for kindness done or elms distributed or spir? itual help administered. He will find some place to stay, but I do not envy that man his heaven. He got in, but it was not nn abundant entrance. Sometimes in our pulpits we give a wrong turn lo the story of the dving thief to whom Christ said: "This day shalt thou be with Me in paradice." We ondit to admire the mercy o...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 January 1901

C. C. Arbogast h hyrst f<>r *!*? fj ln-st vapor bath cabinets- They ure life savors. Mr. (/. G. Jones who came home for the holidays is sick and liol Able to return to his Behool. Dr.0. J. Cam].heil will ha ab*4?nl -from iiis oifi.ee in Monterey until .thc 8th s.r 10th of February. A corps of sMi <j* i nw rs fume i:> {rom Weat Ya. a few days ;<<*.<>. an*! jire said to tie operating en the U. lind W. line'near Franklin. Mr Glen Mauzy, whose work in ?the Bank has-kept him chine f*?r u year, ia *?ver East inking a rent. ile will probably <^o to Baltimore mid Philadelphia. (Jood people, fictive. energetic. vowng men, as well as the older and more sedate from all over tin* i*n no ty, as stockholders, attended ?the telephone meeting here Mou i:ay. We received two or ti,rei nice letters that should have appeared iii this issue bnt they came ton lats* Please Remember that they should reach us bv Tuesday night as we press nu Thursday now instead of friday. Mr. C. C...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 January 1901

the city of his fe a oity distin iroMess. Caesar Jonie, Virgil of irta, Demosthe Ides of Syracuse Jiould have suspi p in a man who in the city of his fxliilaration at the ity, or its artistic 'scientific advance 'a man never likes a behaved well! Peo de in the prison van at furnishes the ve. Argos and Rhodes to prove themselves bmer, I conclude right bami well. He liked d him. We must not ity pride or with the rselves up at any time 'ers down. Boston must to its Faneuil Hall and educational advantages; t continue to point to its 'all, and its mint and its New York must continue matchless harbor, and its 'i, and its institutions of ever widening commerce; fmst continue to rejoice in it is the most beautiful city [d a man coming from any pride in that city, that jlace of his nativity away: I -ta" ve xo mase a email rortune~?jr'-f .pay their taxes. What fasteni''" Feat industries this awful P***' _ individual and official. We; avc 'y the board of the villains wj" arc Jtcerated in our p...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 January 1901

res. lave ti his purchased [e james llidy furni. Mr. Jacob Varner o.ulWl recently inti renewed his subscription. Mr. I. N. G/.rdue*- has bought the home of J. H Pulliii ou the riv 'i*. Quality and not quantity makes De !"Win's Little Early Risers inch valuable little liver pills.?"S J Carson. Mr. Ed Matheny of Valley Cen* ?er. spent Wednesday night in flown. A deed has-heen made to Mr. L. kA. Garie hoff for the'Whuer prop? erty. Mr. Jacob Li ? ht uer, jr., we learn is quite sick With something like pneumonia. Nice dried peachna ai Hisliop'a ?5cts. per lb. Mr. Jacob Winier nnd Bon lune flight the H. C. Fleisher tarin ut ks of Water. This i> some? thing like a $10,000 deni. Engine Foti Sal*"*:?1 ten H. P. Russel, in good condition. Cheap fair cash. Appl\ to W. A. Bussaid, Im Monterey, Va. Mr. Pinckney Sims, son o\ S.K. \ Sims, who went to Illini?ise, li n years ugo, recently visited relatives here, S. VV. Crunimett being one if them. ' Wanted:-2 nice dressed hogs, al? so 1 or 2 qua...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 January 1901

vol. xxii r. ***, \ RECORDER 1 ?MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 25. 1901 NO. 4. (EELYIZED THE CASH. Sheridan, a Postal Official In j tl Cuba, Ooes Wron?. v< _* I oi I rn ?ot EFT OF $1,390 IS ADMITTED. | Antborities Thought of Making Him Post mier When Thompson Was Removed ?oftssed His Quilt and Admits Having cstroyed thi Check ?? Appointed From jslen Postoffice. fjavana (Special).?John Sheridan, o has been in charge of the money er department of tho Havana Post ce, was arrested and formally ac? ned of the theft of $1300 sent from I postmaster at Guantanamo, Decem ? 6?$1235 in ca.-h and $65 in check. tm confessed his guilt and admits viDg destroyed the chs*ck. eriflan was appointed from the Pton Postoffice on the organization Ike service in Cuba. He was made* stmaster at Matanzas. About a year o he was placed at the head of tho >r.ey order department in Havana th a salary of $1700. He s-emed to a trustworthy man, and the authori s considered the expediency of ap Inting ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 January 1901

F IM il ^^iSD Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advan K W1 landed every Friday i vening I W- xl- ?IVt^-TI^iK'M^ tnteted !-.t the Monterey posts second class matter. ll oaten y, Ya.. Friday; 3kw SS) The H.gMar.d IL ll r?H .P.'SED AUToMs?I*.111 tit'tTl UT AUSTON. MONTRST, \ A.. Jan. 13. li-'i.) ? '. lie [lei-ji1.!* of Iii. have Ween waiting, vaith 'i and int patience, to note t hi tis a* t ie new system of ' ts WOU.I. have lipo*! til*' la an; route From "S t;;;. 111 a a: i to Mn ?which is to them wl?rt :t rail io many place* more highly ed. Hitherto, wa have been -mercy of the star route men *nb*contractors have been I: ed and eri;a*>led in tin ir efl |i erf air ni the ard oona servio s-sirnpa.ntiv.-lv si.uiii compel Notwithstanding Ihe mn amount ailuvivd by the go.va* for ti's- carrying nf ihis mai olX) r- r annum, tin* latte coiil have beeu rendering lin? ncr $600, ibe uctuul expense mi the y?*ar ending Doc. 81. ItX io rices* tf $jj,4GQ. Fm lui i'/??ii can be form-jd as eireiitjof the under...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 January 1901

Quotations I hand my nd to The Hightail Recorder feeling more con (iden* ih my ability to serve my patror thia fall than ever before. M conn-eetion with The Merchanl Ottary Co, of Greensboro, N. <J ?which is strictly wholesale enable me to secure many lines of good from first hands, and to sell sam to you without the additional mic ?dleman's profits. . CLOTHING Is bought for cash from the bes manufacturers. I handle only stv tish substantial goods, and can fi yon sis well as anyone, I have bat 18 vears of experience as a buyei and buy in large quantities, this think will enable me to make yoi a very close price. I have boys suit* and over coat from 5 to 18 vears, men's suit ?rand overcoats in sizes from 35 ta 44. In this advertisement nude ?each heading I shall quote depart ment specialties whien I conside ?bargains. Bovs suits, 2 pieces fl, i ?pieces 91.75, men's genuine Iris! Frieze storm overcoats ?13. beovi ?chinchillas $8, best grade chinchil? las $14. men's nice black clay ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 January 1901

Sure Cure for Colds When the children get their feet wet and take cold give them a hot foot bath, a bowl of hot drink, a dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and put them to bed. They will be all right ^n the morning. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will cure old coughs also; we mean the coughs of bronchitis, weak throats, and irritable lungs. Even the hard coughs of consumption are always made easy and are frequently cured. Three sizes: 25c., 50c, $1.00. If your druggist cannot supply you send us one dollar and we will express a large bottle to you, ali cb&rges prepaid. Be sure and give us your nen/rest express off***. Addreaa, J. C. ateii Co., Lowell, Mass. FREE .Va. '**-. ?v. ? ! CATALOG OF SPORTING GOODS RAWLINGS SPORTING GOODS COMPANY, GSM) Locuttt St., ST. LOlIS, Mo. ATENTS WITHOUT FEB sinless Kureen*, fill Send des'-ription; and Ket free opinion. ?I MILO n. STEVENS & 4:0., Est ab. I'M. I>:v. ?. Mi-lath Street, WASHINGTON. 1?. C. Brunell offices: Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit.. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 January 1901

"-?rv- "wajaiwv" ^*r,?., [D KEC1.0DEK LL jVEWS. " PEPaHOSAL [oms of Intered to lloma About Tho.r Friends And Acquaiutancrs. Chas, J, Williams sif Valley ll vasili town Wednesday, -. Hyer and son-in-law, Mr. lley Ha'veuor, called on us Thurs fr. John Crowley, Constable foi" lewall, was here Tuesday ow Nine ss. Jsfr. S. J. Carson rtrnt io Harris* [.burg this wee;-:, to make salo oi ?in* horses. .Mr. and Mrs. W. Price Campbell M Miss Minnie Christina weare i:> >wn Tuesday. Senator l!.n*u;> .J,*ys the Ship PBaWdv bilja, it passed will oot pat a cent iii hi* pocket. Depositions v\-.*ro tali en here *. couple of "da vi th in wijek, in -iii*3 j Neil?Morrison c;.-.*?*>. A n;?<"e t-r" Rev. John I * * * ff. it] brother's child, died h| her home a' Lexington on M<>ndiiv. Mr. Samuel P. Sample**- kindl* renewed hie subscription thia m-A-:. Jlr. !!;iriuaai\ Samples niuo favored us with his ?jame. Highland MnSOOtC I. ndgo will bola! ? regular meeting on Feb. Isl wt usual htiur...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 January 1901

.iras. Write. *sZ*&&*S'e -4VITIIOUT FEB linll'SS sue 'eas fill Send desi-rirtion; and .ret free omni. >n. ,l> B. STEVENS'iV'CO., Estub. 18ba, S, MT--Hth Sf<teet, WAM*41M"TON, 1). C. ranch oflices: CfcK-ago. Cleveland and Detroit, j ITS SLk Headache, Crui ?"specific. tod weight of a sheep fleece a half pounds. * ho best ls the cheapest. Carter's Ink is tha best, yet it cob ts no more than, the poorest. Ireland sends animally 44,000 tons of eggs?some 610,000,000 in round num? bers?to England alone. Each package of lui kau Fadeless Dye colors either Silk. Wool or (otton perfectly at ono bolling. Bold by all fl*-ucrK'st.-?. Two cases occurred in Hungary last summer of lightning-rods being melted by lightning. Speedy, Prompt and Sure. < Acts quicker, never gripes and obtains better results than aisy laxative known. Us action is marvelous, its effect immediate. No remedy will cure constipation and biliousness so quickly and with absolutely no discomfort as unya Average...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 February 1901
Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 February 1901
Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 February 1901
Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 February 1901
Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 February 1901

HIGHLAND OL. XXIII. RECORDER MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNlY, VA.. FEBRUARY 8. 1901. NO. C. \ MANY ARE ALL RIGHT 'Talmage Says by Sin We Have All Been Morally Bankrupted. f a, Isaiah HI, IO, '-Say Ye to thc Righteous That lt Shall Bc Well With him." [CopyTbrhU9t.il. 1 WASHINGTON, D. C.?There is a great ?olace in this discourse of Dr. Talmage for those whose lives have many anxieties; text, Isaiah iii, 10, "Say ye to the right? eous that it shall be well with him." Here is a promise for people who are nil right, but who will come and get it? How many, or rather, how few, people do you know who are all right? If it were asked of any assembly that those who were sinless should rise up, none would rise, except imbeciles and religious cranks. An accident happened near sixty centu? ries ago that started the human race in thc wrong way, and we have not got over it yet. We know a great many splendid men and splendid women, but they will tell you that they have not always done the right thing or t...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 February 1901

lizC ULAND RECORDER. | ? '_ nn< Terms, $1.00 a Year tn Advance. iMtjed ercrv Fr.duv trcnlncbr W. It- _*A_?3Hl*r3% r*::Tc-,-1 .A.ir_ y-"""__*?**"?**"&> Snteroa ai ihe Monterey portpfflcsai ? -conti elaVM uniter. do wh the oul trii I tal< fro due rea wh ?ICJ of Monterey, Va.. Friday, Feb. 8, 1901. To Cut the Core Out ol Municipal ? Rottenness. Tim World's Work PorFehrnarv cuts to Hie co t-of nw. ieipal misrule lan 'in this ttl-o programme: tbi "Th* sonrceof corm pl municipal nm govern*eut v\:il never be permanent- Yu ly removed until rich me.i and px manager! of great commereial and * f financial interests find a way to re- ts sists blackmail. They now?-near* cit Iv h11?eontppote to campaien Of funds, many of the funds of bosses in of both patties, and not a few pay lin 'money to prevent legislation thal tri is proposed on purpose to secure plt blackmail. is ?*There will be mnncipal misrule pg ?organir.edoppression, iii fact?un- ni; til the fundamental cause of it ia j el...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 February 1901

Highland Recuodjeu LOCAL NlSWS. PERSONAL i C J-rief Items ofInterest lo Home Folks About Tlieir Friend* And Acquaintances. See J. P. Gwin's ad. Mrs. John Pruitt waa in town Tuesday. .)tunes F. Mc-XuMv waa ever to see] Xii Wednesday. All tba* leading par<>-il medicines ut ('. S. VV av bright and Co's Mr. S. VV, Onmmett has sold his Crab Kan land to John M. I><?vI*j. Hussar!} Bro*;, have moved their uaw mill lo the Strait Creek neigh* ?borfaawd. Rey. John Ruff attended a called meeting sit Presbytery at Staunton this week. Mr. 0. C. Hansel, as A fl mr.. villi have a sale s>f thy personalty of li il. Hansel dei d. on Feb. .J&rd. We are informed that u brother of Mrs. C. G. Cross died recently at his home in Rockingham county. Just received full line of notions window f-.ha.des, table oil cloth to els &c. Mt. C. S. Waybrght ann Co's Mr*. \V. A. Bnssard of Bolar .veighhsirhood ia amending this week wirh har brother Capt. Ma*.hal.?. Mr. 8. W. (Vim-net t went to Peer...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 February 1901

Sh* Waa llaasaiire.l. Teddy?Won't you come and see our new baby? Old Maid Teacher?Yea?, dear, when your aunt ie better. TaKldy?Oh, but it ain't catching! Hard Coughs 1 No matter how hard your cough is or how long you have had it, yoa want to get rid of it, of cov}"se. It is too risky to wait ittl you have con? tuse. | iJPro c"rnptionawror sometimes its ^-?fflpossible to cure this disease, even with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral If you are coughing today, don't wait until tomorrow, but get a bottle of our Cherry Pec? toral at once and be relieved. S. Three shes: 25c, 50c, $1.00. If your druggist cannot supply you, send us ono dollar and we will express a large bottle to you, all charges prepaid. Bo stare you give us your nearest express office. Address, J. C. Aykr Co.. Lowell, Mass. \ In tho ftllamtra Hiitchtvay. Many years ago^when sailors were in tie habit of chewing much more than t the present day t**<o tars were sit? ing in the gallery ofv*\n old country huron, paying very great att...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 February 1901

HIGHLAND vol. xxnr. CORDER MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNefT, VA.. FEBRUARY ??>? 1901 NO. ? ROUGH ON THE CADETS. Stinging Arraignment of the Brutal and Harassing Devices. THE CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATION dc - ! de Thc Committee Finds lint Cidets Bretti ; pi sod Boot. Were Treated With Inusuil Iii Severity, Boer Bein.? [.'specially Maltreated P* for Doing His Duty as a Cad;t-The Method .,,, of Fighting Characterized as Vicious. Y _ in Washington.?Tlie report of the I special congressional committee which ?| investigated thc hazing of Cadet ?* Booz. and thc general subject of hazing j ni at West Point, v.-as submitted to the j House of Representative*] by thc chair-' *" man of thc committee, Representative j '?' Dick, together with a bill making strin- j ot gent regulations against hazing, tight- j . ing and all brutal practices. ! in The report is an extensive review of tc thc practice of hazing in all its forms. : ?' and while moderate in tone, is never- ! theless a stinging arraignment ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 February 1901

Highland Recorder* Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. issued ererv Pridav tvenlngbT W. H. Ts&A.TttTnsr^T Enteied at the Monterey poRtoftice as? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Feb 15 , 1901 FROM THE PHILIPPINES A Letter From That Far Aw j Land?Interest ing Experi? ences of One of Our Boys Who is Now on the Way to the Con atnent. Bacvotan de la Union P. I.Dec. 27th, 1900.?Editor Highland I e corder: Tie impressions of main, in what we fondly refer to as "the States." as regards soldier and native life in these Islands, mt so wide of tlie marketa! [.both as a soldier and^an,>^lil, citizen'' of Jlighla.n.^, feel it to he my duty to correct these mistaken ideas in as many minds hs lies within my feeble, yet well intended efforts. Possibly, more probably, nt the beginning of this present unpleas? antness with these dusky Malavs. taking into consideration the con? ditions under which the American soldier found the Islands, the re ports of the hardships and priva? tions whi...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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