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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 April 1901

_... HIIUI.Tt.T~- - -- SIG] ' r I Bri f II : . Foll* ' ' ? ''? ; ntl . lit:J. Mr. >V.-;,\ j., .siutl ?i intu-fth'. E. M. Arl ogiist L-q. i ? li mic on ?. a short \ tait. I f Fresh-groceries always [r. itoekj at Orndor'tf*. ' , Chaa. M McClinth: Esq of Bp!aHI Wa* ;i' '! :.:'- I*?V. i l A new ri ' ?ar line pf loilel soap ;:! On Mr. -'.., ton i - *, .. 11 "CephalgiiH-11 i he grei ' headm lie I cure at Urn-Jot ff-**, i Mr D. 0. Wfr-od*. of Hack Creek tailed to se* tis \est<-r.'';\v while in I ' town. * i Mr. VV !\ ( ;,' I;:h?*-{ ' Sat u rd av in MeI)*>*A'j-il attending ti; , ' Mrs. 1 ... readi t'- v . uuder cl '*. . Prof. 0 I* Chew .. <?? i<?? i: madelin quite an agreeable visit j I riiit* dav this week. Dn ss hui--:, iPors. - n i '?? ? i i i uowi r* hmI i'V-*n i ?-?? iii .ate j inillinery wt M .. Trim hi-**-*. I T Cl ? i .... i ?' ? .-'..??:,.. a ho atti ??<-,' .i the) ? '.- re. | M. ? ? . . . If vim; v. ,.' ,?? ? ? ? " ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 April 1901

Spring ' lr ra a*. I np Wade I'.uv. Much of tbe terror of spring etoanj&g mny b?> avoided by proper prennrfitic n. .*- ettie.-1 areatber sbould be Relectt'il for tbe work. Uti a supply of all needed rrficlrs in rea-i oiks. lean Son)) will be tamil beet tee wa hlnaj windowta, mints nnd floor- : ii i li rm'css : n I verv effective io making (Im lu um cldUl a..i3 fr bIi -l.l;/.i ll 1'flrlfPi* The waskht of the air which encircles tbe earth _t equal to that of **81.0OU tubes ci copper, each 10C'3 yards u-nare. Mrs. .Yinslow's .Sooth*!*.? Syrup for chii Iron teething, soften tho gums, redtics.a inflam-nt l.tn, nlip.yg pain, cures wind colic. 25cabjttl) Thc Public Library of Chicago has 280, 000 volumes. "Tiso's Cure is the best medicine we ever nra 1 for all affections of threat and lunga.? Wm. O. E.vdsley, Vanburcn, Ind., Feb. 10,10JO. Rhode Island ia one of tlie thirteen orig? inal States and smallest in thc Union. If ton want "good digestion to wait V ion ?foal ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 April 1901

HIGH! D RECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 2(5. 1901. NO. 17. THE WORLFSJEDEEMEii, Or. Talmage Gives Portraits of Some ot His Great Disciples and Exponents. The Lovco* Christ Set Forth?'He That Com-1 eth From Above is Above All." [Coyprlpht 1901.1 Washington, D. C.?In this discourse Br. talmage sounds the praises of the world's Redeemer, and puts before us the portraits of some of His great disciples <ind exponents; text, John iii, 31, "He that cometh from above is above all." Tiie most conspicuous character of his? tory steps out upon tlie platform. The iu*ig-r which, diamonded with light, point ed down to Him from the Bethlehem sU was only a ratification of the finger, prophecy, the finger of genealogy ringer of chronology; the finger of --all five fingers pointing in one dj Christ is the overtopping figure o" He is the vox humana in ail gracefullest line in all sculpt exquisite mingling of lighta all painting, the acme of al dome of all cathcdra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 April 1901

Highland Reoohder, Terms, iftl.OO a Year In Advance. j Issued c.erv Fridav CTrains hv W. ii. ?rviA.Tiiiry-NiY, Ec:tow a.**t-=) rv-*^:--::*:n. Enteicd at the Monterey pewtofflce as second elua natter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Ap:il 38, 1001. Confederate Veterans' Reunion. A reunion of confederate \tt-*r ans of Highland county and other** who wish to reunite, is advertise**] for May 31st. 1901, near McDowell It is ardently hoped thur, at thal time and place, all the old relearn))! in reach, who an* able, will be pres? ent and that all may have ,*i Rood time, lt is a pleasure to Hie old soldiers to meet together find tr 11 lc over the* struggles of the sixties and of the battle of life since. Some may not uiiil*'rsta:,;l *.\hv Hie confederate sold ier del igl; is !:i keep? ing alive the memories of the war in which they braved the ihmg>*r of shot and shell and endured the ills and hardships incident to anny life, only to suffer defeat at the last. True, it is, th; t at the ca]...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 April 1901

Highland Recroueu ~~ LOCAL NEWS. FEBRONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Ira Simmons was oyer recen? tly. Mr. Clias. Parmer called to ar? range about some advert sm nj;. Kev. Mr. Boppell of Valley Cen? ter was one of our callers tb?3 seek. Mr. E. A. Uicklin of Hull wist ure made us ? pleasant call W*-duesdav. Mr. Bandy Btephenon and --is,er Miss Mary Tlsited Monterey this ?week. Rev. Mr. Bowgle spent Sunday at the Tn rsi uni ge. lie was on liis way io his work at Peters!) ur g. Mes?rs Wm. and Jack Sw**tts of "West Augusta are mein hera of Wv, A. Burnard's carpenter force. A merry-go-round operates Messrs \V uv bright and Diggfc-j be at McDowell on May 81st Rev.,Ino. Ruff rind diuightsTs^sW Libbie and 0. Wilson Est] tending Presbytery at Mr. Wamslev wh tor of Hotel Star, i, arable improve isie. A. tin ph M bli la-* th w ; M in f. re |?? W u t! j* * tai (boro. 1* vou waj booklet Rev. Neb, J of the little send 25 cents to "obb, Red Cloud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 May 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MAY 3.1901. NO. I*. CHINESE ROUTED BY THE BERMAN TROOPS. A Nimber ot Ger-inn Of icers and Men Wounded. BATTLES NEAR SltANSI TORDER. Thc Grrnai Forces Comraaaled by General Kctt'ernnJ ihe Chinese by General Liu? The CHn?se Drhcn Bick Over the Wall After a Stubborn Resistancc-Inc Germans flem a Bastion. j Berlin (By Obie).?The German War Office has received the following advices from Count von Waldersee, dat? ed Pekin, April 27: e/~ -''.Three engagement occurred April 2,1 and a fourth Apr! 24 at the Gcat Wall between four columns under Gen? eral Kettler and the Chinese troops un? der General Lou. The Chinese were everywhere defeated, and. after a stub? born resistance, were forced back over the wall, being pursued as far as Ku kuan. Our casualties were four o "Freers wounded and th fee men killed and 32 wounded. The French troops were not engaged. Subsequently the following additional dispatch regarding thc four eng gement....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 May 1901

"Highland Recorder. Terms, 11.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav -vening by "SB-CITOa* .A.1T-D T "CT SI-1 *S TI "EX*. Entered at the Monterey postofh'ce af> second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, May 8, 1001. Standing on Merit. uThe Newport Newt* Morning Herald, a political physician of lin Cmean energy and enthusiasm, be? lieves the convention dhoti] I dis? franchise illiterate whites as -areli :; as blacks. "Norfolk Virgin ian- Pilot. That is correct*. We believe ?? man who, in this inf ot free liku * y ie*-, free schools, printing presses', .and other aid.; to education who refuses to ku.ow how to read"..by the time he is 21 years o2 $ge should not be. al I: wed io jffife DO matter what may be the color ol his skin, and no matter how much his father or bil grandfather may have fought, and no matter,what tlje pr.oge.jjitor may have i'o^iifc , for. \Ve'i)e1ie've iii every tubst'and i ing on its own bottom without re? gard to the cooperage of any pre? vious tn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 May 1901

llH.UI,A\J> *5v*fV\Il02Xi;U -LOCAL ftjEWS, PEIiSONA'. Brief I loins of Interest to Jiomc Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr T -1 Jones hun moved to low ii Mr Collingwood Dickson *-;?**i* Sunday with as. Haugh'* Special com fertilizer torr*)*} by V li Hisjiop. Mr Harvey Hull nnd grund son . E'./'h* were here Monday, Now goods received every f,,v days at Mr* Trimble's Robert Huff is working iu Mr Qr instead^ p;tl:it shop. Mr and M:.* Chas Slaven made our town a visit Mond ny. "American Beauty'1 cigarette***.. 20 for Scent*, ul Orndorffa Mr Glen Manxj and Mis-* Ednn Hull spent Sunday at Bolar. Mr. W. A. Sheets and wile ol Mack Creek were wp recently. A new assort men t of caps, pallors and linen hats ut Mrs. Trimble'*. Hov ,1 M Eavey of Crabr-nttom caMed to seo us and subscribed. Mr and Mrs George Fisher and Mrs Kramer were over recently. A now and frosh lot of candies just received. L. A. Orildorff. Mr. and Mrs. S' Dever of Mill Oap were in town shopping recent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 May 1901

Now BontMeUhe Blues: When a cheerful, brave and light-hearted woman is sud? denly plunged into that perfection of misery, the blues, it is a sad picture. It is usually this way: She has been feeling out of sorts for somo time, experi? encing severe headache and backache; sleeps very poorly and is exceedingly nervous. Sometimes she is nearly overcome by faintness, dizzi? ness, and palpitation of the heart; then that bearing-down feeling is dreadfully wearing. Her husband says, "Now, don't get the blues ! You will be all right after you have taken the doctors medicine." But she does not get ail right She grows worse day by day, until all at once she realizes that a distressing female complaint is established. Her doctor has made a mistake. She loses faith ; hope vanishes ; then comes the morbid, melancholy, everlasting blues. She should have been told ?just what the trouble was, but probably she withheld some information from the doctor, who, therefore, is unable to accurately locate ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 May 1901

f HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. MAY IO. 1901. NO. !?>. FRIENDLY INFLUENCES. Dr. Talmage Says Influences Once Hostile Are Now Friendly to Christ. Weapons Formerly Used Against the Lord's Annies Captured and Put to lils Service, tCopyrli-lit 1901.1 W'AsiriXGTO.N-, D. C.?In this discourse Dr. lalmage calls the roll of influences once antagonistic bul now friendly to the ?gospel and encourages Christian workers; text. I Samuel xxi, 9, 'There is none like that; give it me.'' David fled from his pursuers. The world runs very fast when it is chasing a good "man. The country is trying to catch David nnd to slay him. David goes into the house of a priest and asks him for a sword or spear with which to defend himself. Ihe priest, not being accustomed to use deadly weapons, tells David that he can? not -Ripply him, bit suddenly the priest thinks of an old sword that had been care? fully wrapped up and laid away?the very ?sword that Goliath formerly' u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 May 1901

cXf&rirr ifrmiim* ia, JilCiilLAXD RlBCORDBR, Teicis, ? 1.00 a Year In Advance. (aauei* .-vi-rv Friday ivctii-*K bv jsrsr -FXTaBZ.x*tas.-Ka*i. ?a2--.le-.eci i;t thc Monterey postoffice ns second elan matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, May 10, 1801, A Fresh story ol'l-ir-cnln. [Written hy C. for "The Sunday Republican. | . I spent tbe winter and enrlv spring of 18 ? in Wii-iiiii-_::t-ii. en neutering to Hud sumo way which ] might pass the army linea and Join my family iu Virginia, from whom I hud been separated mort th.nii a year. Failing in each sue cessiye effort to procure the needed baas, I decided to approach Mrs. Lincoln on the subject at one ol lier morning receptions, and per haps- at a favorable moment- gain ber influence with the president, Hopeful ot success, I weat ont morning to the White House, ac? companied by a lady well known in Washington. Mrs. Lincoln, with several ladies, received in iht red room. She was agreeable and "b ready to talk. I soon gained .er at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 May 1901

Highland Rec! LOCAL NEV PEBKONAL Brief Items cf Interest Folks About Their Fi Anil Acc-uan't-iHCa I) inch's S| rei.ll (-om f*>r snit* bv V 15 Bishop. -A, ml v < I )\( Ulifci 1 ?Hes, ight n 20 for Scent*, at Orndor-ffV Mis*. Sallie hurd spent I with M nu ten y friends tiii &1 r T.ivier Townson-1 Li/./.i" \\ iiliuiis were hew A new ni"] fresh lol ol just received L. A. Om Miss Marv Whitelaw is v her 1.1..thei- Mr E 15 Whitela is sick. Mr.*. S W Crummett will nice fresh line of summer mi next week. A full line of smoking aod inp, tu bocco, cigars and ci'-r;*^?tt' ut OrndorffV Miss Uoniiie V,>-^^>-1* tom has been -employed in C'ruiiiuiett's dfOre. U von ur? u candidate annoa (lie fact in these columns if ? want fo hiive Snck. Mr. J. VV. Swatts is now a c zen of Monterey, his family hav -arrived Tuesday. Mr. William Bland of Crabb tom has been lidded to W A 13 Bard'-*) forte of builders. Commencing with this week 0 VYi1m.ii vii] ser...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 May 1901

aw mr ? mm _ wm ^___. lill ., _. All manner of extravagant expressions are possible when a woman's nerves are overwrought. The spasm at the top of the wind pipe or bronchial tubes, "ball rising in the throat," violent beating of the heart, laughing and crying by turns, muscular spasms (throwing the arni3 about), frightened by the most insignificant occur? rences?are all symptoms of a hysterical condition and se? rious derangement of the female organs. Any female complaint may produce hycterics, which must be regarded as a symptom only. The cause, however, yields quickly to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com? pound, which acts at once upon the organ afflicted and the nerve centers, dispelling effectually all those distressing symptoms. Mrs. Lewis Says: ?? I Feel Like a New Person, Physically and Hentally." "Dear Mrs. Pinkham:?I wish to speak a good word for Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound. For years I had ovarian trouble and suffered everything from nervousness, severe headache, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 May 1901

HIGHLAND T^ErMDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MAY IT. 1901. NO. 20. CHRISTIAN WORKERS. Dr. Talmajjc Talks About Workers foi the Lord Who Are Religious Blunderers. How to Bc Skillful la Spiritual Uvkery More Ba ck bo ns- Needed. H'opyriw-ht IMIl WA8HISOTON, ]). e.- In tins disburse i)r. I.,.!,-:,._,. -argea all Christian workers to ucreaaed fidelity snd shows how mach eooii at doing good tails through lack o! adroitness; text. Genesis x, 9.'"Ho was a mighty boater before the Lord." In our day hunting is a sport, but in the lands and the times infested of wild beasts it was a matter of life or death with the people. It was very different from going out ona sunshiny afternoon with a patent brcccnloadcr to shoot reed birds on the flats when Pollux and Aehilles and Dio Bftfldes weat out to elear the land of lions and panthers and bears. Xenophon grew eloquent in regard to the art of hunting. In the Far East, people, elephant mounted, chased the tiger. Francis 1. was calle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 May 1901

IIt(*IILAXD liECOHDEK. Terna, |l-00 a Year in Advance. t**t*J*A emt l'rid*** -venitx-bv Vfm K. MATHENY, acrrtTcr-: -?---?*=> a"-CT33*i-2sii-e-l!?. Sflteied nj ia* Monterey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Ya-, MrtaT, ?***?. ?*? ^hTfighP* *?'vt'*;,",r is*rmv: . ,;,,.> bi'twepii swanson and V-"'11-'?*-'? N Swanson i> dt*fi*iitc<l - ff will bl8 becaijsi* lit* !** holding what b*- confident his winnini,' card too Ililli, |f Swanson should lose that does Bot Rrgue that his strength will KO to Montague, bnl on th*1 other hand it is confident? ly expected that Mr Echolfl will be thc [gainer, which is as it,* Um ld bp. Western Virginia wiV oe for Mr Behold because bemu bo relied up? on to gire tK*--" &*i*cti?*?ii of the state lt least -.n even pull. liis long faithful Berrico in the legisla? ture and his record as lieutenant goveronr indicate that, lie would ltd minister the oflfce of governor with ability ant*! dignity, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 May 1901

lbj??*** M lW?i? .*? ??A-*?J*1 .<1MHt***m.,m: ?>*?.. Highland Reckodek L()( ULNEWS. PKKSdNAI. Brief Items of In ter esl fo llomt Folks About Their Friends A ti?l Acquaintances. Monterey can now boast a ten id*- rou rt. Mi- W C <Jiin>tcii made n lri| Eaal Thursday. Mr (J ll Lockridge was np on bin-mess Tuesday. Mi Jucob (? HeveiK**! ami family wi*!i' dvi-r Tuesday. Vt -laini's 0 ll in.>r !?ol(l his work lr.nu a! Hnttonsville. Mi 1> <i lliiicr spoil I a shorl v. hiii* nt hom*- tliis week, I lie advance corps of engineer* is still at Mint Spring. M.- L 15 Rexrode of McDowell !ia< -j-uue to a W. Va. lumber camp. Mr Luther Bini ol' McDowell made a trip to Crabbottom Wed? nesday. Mr ami Mrs i;,l Beverage ami Miss Georgie Lightner were np Sat? urday. It semis that wool will be oil about 5 cents from last year's price*. Miss Gertrude Yeager of Travel? ers Repose recently visited friends here. Mrs .1 mn S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 May 1901

"While no woman is entirely free from periodical suffering, it does not seem to have been the plan of nature that woman should suffer so severely. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the most thorough female regu? lator known to medical science. It relievos the condition which produces so much discomfort and robs menstruation of its terrors. :_t--J _x.. j.nc unrv icitcia nero imiimimu-u bhui Aug. C. 1898. "Dkar Mrs. Pinkham: ? I have suffered since the age of sixteen with painful menstruation. I have been treated for months, and was told that the womb had fallen a little. The doctor says that is now in place again, but I still have the same pain. Please tell me what to do."?Maa. Emma Kukhl, 113 Trautman St., Brooklyn, E. D., N.Y. Jan. 10. 1890. "Dear Mrs. Pinkham : ? After re? ceiving voar reply to my letter of Aug. 6 i followed your kind advice, and am glad to tell you that I have been cured of the severe pain at time of menstruation through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Veget...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 May 1901

HIGHLAND >L. xxiii. RECORD MONTEREY, HIGHLAND GOUNTl VA.. MAY 24. 1901. NO. 21. AMUSEMENTS. Talmage Preaches ou thc Straitjacket Religion. aces Where We May Find ted Moral Entertainments. [Copyright 1901.1 &HINGTOX, D. C.?This discourse of almage is in accord with all innocent ics, while it reprehends amusements al belittle and deprave; text, II Samuel ii. 14. "Let the young men now arise and pla-/ before us." lhere are two armies encamped by the pool of Gibeon. The time hangs heavily on their hands. One army proposes a game of sword fencing. Nothing could be more healthful and innocent. The other army accepts the challenge. Twelve men against twelve men. the sport opens. But something went adversely. Perhaps one of the swordsmen got an unlucky slip or in some way nacl his ire aroused. And that which opened in sportfulness ended in vio? lence, each one taking his contestant by the hair and then with the sword thrust? ing him in the Bide, so that that which ope...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 May 1901

fTttaZ_ZaWBm*>. ;." Monterey postoinN c as lec-ond i lags mattir. Monterey, \':?., Frld y M if 24, vm President Kruger will country in Oernbi *. bo kjii Boer diplomat! ic ? in nu a ; ll V, a-1: I ? ill. ! i known Ai ? firearm Co , ha- it i . " *r the \du in?-tra 'ion fi r pni < -- ' ''. I ' *?? ''"mian, i .-f ? , willi the under* ? ..-cc if they proved satis fi.rorv 20,600 moro would be 'LOBgllt. ?,-?? ??? The fact that Mr Ballcock, re puElican representative of Wiscon? sin, holds io the position that it is necessary for a revising of the Dingley tariff, so as to put trn&t coutrolled products on the free list,' is confidently expected, by demo crats, t<? create a great war within republican ranks. ?-?-?-? Senator McLnunn of South Car? olina, who claims to be a democrat, hut holds tlie distribution of the Federal patronage of that state, got himself laughed at, in Washington the other day, when he attempted to get ex-Senator Wade Hampton t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 May 1901

? [)CAL NEWS. PEKNONAL ?- ?,.. |..--. - ?-. II (--mc "oiks About Their Frit -ids And Acquaintances, Ifr Jn ? C Sive- ker ma 11 us a ?hoi Monday. Staunton will now gi a sofi water supply. Preston B*it!ie waa ti iel I12-S0 for awiping the whet 1. A very good coffee at Orndorfp!* for 12| eta per pound. Miaa Emma Mi Clintic spent Sun? day with Monterey friends, . Fee cream at Mra o Wilson's Sat? urdays, iron; 5 to ll' \i ra An infant child of Mi* and Mrs Rufus Robertson died Sunday .Mr R D Folks called Tuesday and renewed hie aubacription. Mr Sterle Ward of Randolph county is here buying horses. Mr Win S Thompson was taken suddenly ill tins morning. Miss Annie Pnllin of McDowell, eal led and renewed lier subscription. '"(-rape Nut"1 the new pre-digest /C<1 preparation of when! and barley Orndorfl Many of mir local happenings of this week were crowded out by oili? er matter. We learn that Mr E M Arbogast luis made large purchases of land at Durbin. The "Nu-broom" at Omdorffa, ...

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