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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 May 1901

Appropriate. "This," said thc inventor, "is my new dredger for river and harbor work." "Ah!" replied the capitalist. "I ob lerve you call it the 'Politician.' Your Idea in that, I suppose, is tu court favor ?vith the powers that be." . "No; I call it the 'Politician' simply Yea use it throws mud." A Sure Thine Promoter?Now in case the stock Joes up. you win. Financier?Yes; but in case it goes down? , Promoter?Then I win. You see this ^s :i sure thing; one or the other of us \ sure to win. Cures Cancer mid Blood Folsom Contagious blood poison, old eating ulcers, scrofula, bon*, pnius, falling hair, mucous patchell. Mid deadly cancer, running, fester? ing gorea, persistent pimples, cured by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Bului), which kills the poissn. Heaia every sore; especially recommended for old, obstinate case*., Druggists, $1. Describe troubles and trial treatment sent free by writ? ing Dr. Gillam. 12 Mitchell St.. Atlanta, Ga. It's thc early worm that gets on the fish hook. - Dyeing ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 June 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER OL. xxiii. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 7, 1901 NO. 23. i TURN PEKIN OVER TO CHINESE. 'Foreign Generals to Make the Transfer This Mcnth. (DY DEPARTURE OF GERMANS. ing Away With Them Chinese Carts. Jkshaws and All Kinds of Mem:ntoes Loo! ?? A Notable Demonstration [er the Departure ol a British Igimcnt. tkin (By Cable).?At l meering of generals of the allied troops it was ?.led to transfer the administration of city of Pekin to the Chinese officials dually during June. ?'mint von Wnldcrsee, accompanied bv staff, left Pekin Monday. Two ipe ?raiiisi will run all the week, taking ips to Taku. The Germans are re? iving an extraordinary quantity of [trgagc. including Chinese carts, rick iws, tables and chairs. [The Baluchi regiment left amid im |es?ive ceremonies of farewell. All the (ber British troops, with their bands lui every American officer in Pekin was resent, the Americans being particularly jixioni to show their appreciation ol the tanner in which the B...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 June 1901

UI'LAKI) liECOKDEK, ?\ .?!-.;>,*$:.;;);. v [aai 9 et*er*i Fi ^7. IX- MATHEI ? ar.-r. f . ? .-. *-? - - r% . sd ?? < m ; te ? " | leo jib !.? . .1 I "... - -. ... Friday .1 ? ? have 'io* ?? ?? ? ? pro ? iu I . ictl.l roving tho trance of the towns ia tney are being operated, and 'oo at scarcely no outlay iu moy. Those who join, obligate tits 1 Ttfi to work two days ii; th i tag a. <! I v. ? i .; e ? /ing rubbish, from streets uni ways, planting shade ti bod doing any other work wi'l if i" >.??. thc looks ot tlie town. A riiUgfa improve) with thirty ii embers would. lu . - ?, do oue hundred aud tw day work, and ii ;. easy to seo what a great chango i ba York would bring about in a town he si e ?>f this placei Monterey has nota run-down-at the-iicel appearance, hut, to contrary it i? spoken of ; a*ert as I . ll ;; town and a ^ery I put it in excellent 30 men would wor "Kail) slr,-, t, ii ? I- .illino; out the ski leveling tin* surf ai removing rubbish from the J^J.kj v/a...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 June 1901

TO ANOTHER ONE. Rev. Dr. Talmagc Preaches on ihe Sub? ject, Diny of the One Win a Single Ta'ent. Try to Make an Accurate Bstimale of Yourself -Thc Value of Sympathy. [Copyright ltol. \ Washington, D. C.?This is a discourse by Dr. Talmage for those Riven to de? preciate themselves and who nave an idea that their best attempts amount to lit? tle or nothing; text, Matthew xxv, 15, "To another one." Expel first from this parable of the talents the word ''usury. It ought to have been translated "interest." "Usury" is finding a man in a tight place and com? pelling him to pay an unreasonable sum to get out. "Interest" is a righteous pay? ment for the use of money. When the capitalist of this parable went off h-yne, Y gave to his stewards certain sum i of taney, wishing to have them profitably Tinvested. Change also your idea as to the value of one talent. You remember the capitalist gave to one of his men for business purposes five talents, to another two, to another one. What a small amo...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 June 1901

j- Itfnia^of ! iti r >s1 Kc fiks Al-out Their Fri Kids And Acqnaiitt&mos il ' mdorff-i. udor j Hitit bell roi [r?d;tj trow school li'1, tr*. \ < :" i' ..'? j '8. S. A. Poi ter r. I Mr W. H. re Wednes . - ol ii [lit i ? ? . ri!H. ? ity, at ? t . ? . ? ?? ... , . -.* | . ! ti, ! ? ven . . ? ... . Bain So ?.. of Cloner Creek, >r*e drowned while attempting >;tl Cowpusture ri fr? Weregi it rr learn rn the i trerae illness of Mr. J. C. (Dock) Herold, nf Meadow Dale. l-l ii brother Peter Herold Mra. Bailie C. Hanger, ? [a ti j . omi : r> n^ton on Monda . was! a dan** . ? from egham ?? Tn .. will goto emaiu tiiiit* and :<: v. ork d ahoulti . Messrs I arc; erecting a ? ? 1 fi ? Ste] Mead iv? ! ali m j, i al of . tween Tra' bin. fl : I Ela* ? ni -?? amii ? ? T: (;'?'. li aw, -?. ll ... ., - ? - . lacteal I ? - i reputation in keeping up wit! I ?' . I color i,-;< ? its, at Orndoi l pen tor ii - i i "''';?' C. ng I ;i ? ii uiy. ? ? ? ? ? ' ? r ? rv 11 i I ?' ? , . oo*! ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 14 June 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNT* VA.. JUNE 14. 1901 NO. 24. m STORK. nd by Wlcd and GUaboma. 'CROPS DESTROYED itry Ten Mi cs Wide l/.ilss Lon;' Devastate Loss of Over $100,030 "r:ctds and Follow the (Special.)?The most Jhi thai has ever visited railed in Kay county. A Bill'ngs. Eddy and Ton [itlucnce covered a stretch iinics wide and 36 miles Inc towoi, farmhouses1 and ffiiiancial los, will exceed Eddy three persons were reported that two person.* Billings, but this cannot .'ell in torrents from early in lj until midnight. The fury rm centred in a tornado at p. m., which formed a: a the Kansas State 1 nc. le tr wu of Eddy was struck, twelve or fifteen buildings in all were leveled to the ground ie railroad station and an clo? che people ot the town sought [of safety. Three persms were ind seven were injured by flying track of the tornado between \point and Tonkawa was laid was.e. farmhouses, with barns and out lings, were blown away, but all the '?mt-, escaped without inj...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 14 June 1901

[?ffl ll 1 \ T 33 ! ? ? rrT" * ? ? ... .... ? ? ? ? - . ? ? ' ? ? i ! I ? . P ? kl li lt v ? - ' ? '? . * ? ? ? ? establish tn ? po? thnt. t\... ? ..-. longer be an dung ; rains ? ? igbt '?-??'? uiisJn e iib ? and :.'.-. U might g nd beal ?. but il ' *oa!d :. : fl Tl trnst8 anc iff fon . >* ould no longer bi .,.'.;?. ? ?? - ? ? ?? - poa! | - ? ?? . ? tn ? ? ? is ?? . - . ? . . . . I ' hVvicI - ? . ? i ??' m . . wjck vs. lfettmati, in which the pnesltnn afi??*e of pntting n 50-ceqt ? ' !? ' '' ? .;- '-.j.h.ii: il. 11 F iood Presbyl : : 0n I ' " . ? . . - ? . Mill - . 1 jury until tL i rn urning, nhm ; ihe ? . in a rei - and fixed tbs penalty at death. The judge askod Payne if be bad : anything to say, i . > replied no. thi verdict in the cool? est manner, The juc iced hiiii to be banged on Fri? day, Jul ?- i ? : ' ? ? ? . . rt girls ? ? i I ? i ? ? - ?? - ? > thc . I 11 can furnish yon with field glasses' toharps end phonograph ri mortis. \ I H M. Slaven jewelc li! man and -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 14 June 1901

k' Bm ; ? ? ' *m?t roi ' . : : I ? ' 1 ' ' c , . I ?_? Oll/l en wert ??> Monter??v ? ny. ? it ?*'? tor "?Y. A. Bussard, with j mon ?? iula is busily pug ? ?? Dj ? bi . ? ? ? . . .. ? sr u .-.' ii tl ? | . i i ?::!..! ' . - ? " ' . ? ? ? . ? . His iLnenud ii: ? tc, ig ? .'?? Di hal vus hi* pby&ii ? ? n) and ' ' I in ""?': ? * i ? ' ? ? ? : - Qm r .??? ? nd painful illness, >d*pcacefi ll* ???? ? : tT lesdftj . fuller account of th ? ble lad) I mond ? ? ... i VtflV . il ? ' j ' ? I ii one buggy, his ' ? ' ri ,??.>?? ';, 81 - ? ? . | . ? ! ? ? ?? ? . ' ' ? bi* a rage of Btri ? 1,1 ??A was a very | iea v.'- writer one lit this v Bterretl cvaain fc< wu, ? ihe cai rf ! - . I ni ' ? - . ? - ? ? 1 ' - i ? ? ,. ? ? ? ri . ;. d >. | . | '., iii rid .. t iciai I ??? a- a ?? ;. '? ? - * ? ? ? ? >f thora all, is bj t ?:;'i>: ? . v. ??.<?<] io gr;tT: over .her ho ..:, the cause ol which n only iraftfth' ? ten the ttme when in rs will put a prei , al pi ? >iuor ? ?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 14 June 1901

"Got IJnsy." There is a whole sermon In the par? lance of .the day, "get busy"?that is. irt-t to doing something; get to work; toe a doer of thc word and not a hearer Only. A dozen synonyms will suggest "themselves for the colloquialism, yet it 'las, perhaps, a pregnancy of meaning "Mid a rugged force which none of then {trite duplicates, as is often the case vi th thc living speech of the people ?ss compared with the dead speech of he books. "Get busy" is the gospel of to-day. Thc man who docs not get busy is dis ?need from the start. The strc-> of ??omp.tition. the cager pursuit of wea'th ind advancement, leave no chance for 'Mle man who idles his chances away. oct busy at something; even if it is 1 ?*iot quite what you like, do the best you 'an, and hojx* for betier things. But while you are hoping, do not stop 'Norking. (Jet busy?keep bu>y. Get busy for the good of the commit ?lily. If it isn't all it should bc, try to tiakc it better, more prosperous, more progressive. Do...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 June 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER XIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JUNE 21. 1901. NO. 25. IEDY FOUND GUILTY. lurdcr in thc Second Do at Kansas City. IN /the penitentiary. 'Girl-Vf Mow Convicted ?! Ki I lusbaid Receives tbe Verdict-* fer aili Starter Sob Violently, but Is No| a Tear-An Appeal May . Cit*, Mo. (Special).**-A jury imirtal Court herc decided that ennef'y was guilty cl itu - he Second degree for having er husband. Philip H. Kennedy, ra**** /io, 1901, and fixed her pun t at/io years in the penitentiary. tlie/ verdict was read this le blbe/20-year-old prisoner, whose indifferent manner has for five I berried the jail officials, looked ht /ahead of her. She neither out'crying nor moved a muscle. ter /she expressed interest, but ng jmore, in the formal calling by court clerk of the cases pending n>t/her father, G. W. Prince, and brpthers, Bert and Will Prince. tine charged with conspiring to kill kp newry. While Judge Wofford was dismis-hg e jurors who had sat on the case for .?cl ve...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 June 1901

/ ?BaJJftJ'iaJIMl^ fli,m'lA W?jui*-*^:-J?*&**i / |i IGHLAXD RECORDER, [j Tsww, f,itpo a XW& *?vm* i I?su.j(1 .cwt Fxifiav eveningpj **WM|-* ********* yySX-ZCtXXESJ JJjU.qierJ r*j si.e Monterey posioftke a* c.s.cond class matter. |UTpfcpn/? Ya- Friday, Juue, 21, 1901. Tfoe?quni>'s Phone L,inea. 'f he extension of .the telephone ,}ine from Capt Gilmor's to Ellis ?William*-' residence PB Bwik Creek, has been completed, and will soon tbe equipped and reidy for use, and Ihe extens'on of the line from Mon? terey to Vanderpool and through ;the gap to, qr beyond, Meadow Pale is jn progress, which, when completed, will give better service generajly throughout the system ,0ft Hack Creek, Head of River arid Crabbottom, by relieving the lines .now in operation,of several phones with which they are now burdened. Work is progressiug on doubling ihe line to McDowell and will most likely, be completed in a few days and it is confidently ejpectefj that when completed, the service east xvj...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 June 1901

Highland Ueckodeii i I-OOAL NEWS. P?R8UHJUL "fief Hems of Interest to Hone Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. W ils Ryder was. over Monday. A few more corsets for 30 cents at OrniioifTs. The less you are talked about the fal you are abused. Mr Peter Woods of Mill Gap was ill to see us Thursday. Howard Armstrong ul Doe Hill was over Wednesday. Clint Hird of Buckeye was up ?the Brat of the week. lt. B. Slaven is trjadi?ig on air? it's a b;>j.?Pocahontas Times. Beware of the friend who advises you to go to war or get married. Fresh lemons at?C. S. Way bright & Co's., Crabbottom, Va. ?J Master Wallace Ruff is assisting L A Orndorff behind the counter. Mr. Harry G win of Frost W. Va., was iu town the tirst of the week. Mr. '.'has Fox and daughter were ?over from Crabbottom Wednesday. Mr. Geo. W. Colaw of Strait ?Creek was up one dav this week. Stanley Newman of the Crab bottom side was over the first of ihe week. Mr. Thomas Rymer of Strait Creek called to see us one day ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 June 1901

THE NATURE OF fiOD. Dr. Talmage Expectations of thc Day Wh*n That Which is Only Dimly Seen Will Be Fully Revealed. evidence ol Divine Power-God's Infinite Love -His Nature Never Changes. ICopj-rlifht 1901.1 Washington, D. C.?In this discourse Dr. Talmage raises high expectations of the day when that which is now only dimly seen will be fully revealed; text, Job xxvi, 14: "Lo, these are parts of Hi9 ways. But how little a portion is heard of Him? But the thunder of His power who can understand?" The least understood being in the uni? verse is God. Blasphemous would be any attempt by painting or sculpture to rep? resent Him. Egvptian hieroglyphs tried to suggest Him Hy putting tue iigure of an eye upon a sword, implying that God sees and rules, but how imperfect the sug? gestion! When we speak of Him it is al? most always in a language figurative. He is "Light"' or "Dayspring From on High," or He is y "High Tower" or the "Foun? tain of Living Waters." His splendor is so great that no ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 July 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 5. 1901. NO. 27. SEVEN HUNDRED LIVES IN PERIL Excursion Steamer Mohawk Struck a Rock nnd Sank. SCRAMBLED FOR Ll! E-PRESERVERS. Women and Children Were Knocked Down and Tn-.mpled Upon by Terror-stricken Men, and One Child Had an Arm Broken and Another Child Was Serously Hurt About Ihe Body Accident Due to Carelessness of the Pilot. South Norwalk, Ct. (Special).?Seven hundred employes of the John \V. Green >hat factory left Danbury for an ccursion to Glen Island, the steamer Mohawk be mg chartered for the trip. After spend? ing thc day on the island the party boarded the steamer for the return trip at about 5 o'clock. The steamer had been under way about 10 minutes when the excursionists were startled by a tre mendous crash, the ship having struck a tock. A panic then followed, during which every one of the 700 passengers on board scrambled for the life-preser? ve. In the crush which followed women and children were...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 July 1901

tf HEILAND RfcCOKDEK. J Terms, :J1.00 A Year in Adytmcd. Ihsu-''1. "-'-v F<*<J?V*i cvcning1>y vtr% i >TA.Ti-a:E3sr^r, i Bt9r*4d at the Monterey postof.ice aa t ? -second claas matta?. Monterey, Va., Friday, July, 5, 1001.'' flonterey will have a nice ?School Building. Tlie school trustees have in hand the plans of a modern school build? ing which will cost nbont $2,000, .They have showed them to several j \ of our leading citizens and find them ,Interested to the extent that they do not propose to have a building ,erects thtic will not meet tlie de* ,in a mis ci th il tohool precinct, i The plan suggested by some of them is that of forming ? joint ?stock company to be managed in the usual way of dividing the stock ."nto small shares, bo that most any -nf the patrons of the school could < take a share or Uvc of stock and in .that way become personally inter -ested in the school. This company .is to be managed by officers elected by the stock hoblers, who will co .opera...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 July 1901

f ftesaOnWf sf if - nfrnftsuesl T3"irsuBMni rair i di ai Highland Reckodkis LOCAL NEWS. TKltSCNAL Brief Items^of Interest to Home vi?lks About Their Friends And Acfiuaiiitaiiees. Mr Alie Arbogast ol' Crabbottom "tvi s over Mondol, IMr. Frank Wilson has gone to Staunton on bu luess* E A Dudley Esq,, was over Sat? urday for a short while. Mr I* Il McNulty made a busi Ti< ss trip to town Monday. Mr Eugine Budgers made a busi Hiss trip to town recently. Mr and Mrs Hugh Ryder of Mt Grove were rn town Saturday. Mr Adam Stephenson (ame o\er Sunday to see his Monterey friend . Mr Scott Gum of Durbin came to Monterey Monday for supplies. We regret to learn that Mr G. ? VV. Ileyener of Higbtowu is rignt ;n. Mr Adam Fleisher of Meadow Dale was here a short time Satur? day. Mr and Mrs Henry Slaven made this office an agreeable call on Sat? in day. Mr. Willis Gibson is borne again for a short while, from the West Va. hills. Mr Morgan Armstrong was up Tuesday making some purchases for his stor...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 July 1901

t ire jim 4" CONTROL YOUR TEMPER. Dr. Talmage in His Discourse Urges a Delicate Duty Upon Those Given to Quick Temper. Sins That We Should Be Angry With** Pity tbe Sinner. (Copyright 1901.1 Washington, D. C.? A delicate and difficult duty is by Dr. Talmage in this discourse urged upon all and especially Upon those given to quick temper; text, Ephesians iv, 26, "Be ye angry and sin bot." Equipoise of temper, kindness, patience, forbearance, are extolled by most of the radiant pens of inspiration, but my text contains that which at first sight is start? ing. A certain kind of finger is approved; tye, we are commanded to indulge in it. he most of us have no need to cultivate high temper, and how often we say things and do things under affronted im ulse which we are sorry for when per naps it ia too late to make effective apol? ogy! Why, then, should the apostle raul llip his pen in the ink horn and trace lipon paper for all ages, the injunction, lie ye angry and sin not?" ,'My text com...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 July 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JULY 12. 1901. NO. 28. THE ENDEAVORERS' 20T1I CONVENTION. ujierua'ional Oatherng of Great Society in Cincinnati. LARGEST ATTENDANCE ON RECORD. Tbe Features of Ihe Opening Day Were the Annual Address of President Clark, Who Showed the Twentieth Century Mis? sion .of thc Movement, and Secreiary Raer's Report. Cincinnati. O. (Special)_With the largest attendance on record the twen? tieth international convention of tlie Christian Endeavor Society was held here. Cool weather favored tht* dele? gates, and thc business session, with which thc convention began, was carried ont in a pleasant atmosphere, after the severe hot weather of the past io day*, During the earlier hours receptions and rallies were held at different state head? quarters. The delegates then marched to the Auditorium, where the onening session of the convention was held. Addresses of welcome were followed hy the annual report of the officers and 3)usiness age...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 July 1901

Mk,!?i a.. TennY $1.00 a Year In A 1 ? i j. I?<f'u>l erorv PrttlaVT trey.: w. i^. twa A^TX-izysstT, ?a-t^sr . ?. ? ??ix. Enteied at. tht) Monterey postofh'-C c? jj sacond c'a*3 matter. Ilonterey, V?.., Friday, .Inly, 1 Democratic Heeling. On Tlr.rsrlny Jtllj 18th 1001 (hore viii he held at the Oil rt House a meeting of the Democrats of High? land County to elect delegates to the Guhinntori.il Convention to bah hf*ld at Norfol!; Vn . oft Aug irt Hie 1 12th 1001-A!! E quested lo bu presei r. . ; Si p An Ej | ? ' e. The J ul v nun ai Magazine." prinl ed OU tl American Exposition \rj superb in contents and appearance,!* i and i> filled ? with beautiful iilusti il opening artic!;, u ington,' by J gives a brilliant month'.- doings . capital, nnd se*j r profanely illui voted to vari position. colors, v il ure from ' ficeably treal . is a notn b litii - of mod Ot yoai nv wsdi alei direct from the publishei ?. ': W. Potter Co.. Ltd., Boston. A Newspaper Bargain. The coital ituti mal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 July 1901

... -.. I Highland '"'LOCALNEWt PERSOS Rrlef Items of e folk.; About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr John J Kramer was over! Wednesday a short while, Mr Robt N Jones returned Wed? nesday from bia Western trip. The school building should be bustled along lively. No time to loose. Monterey is noi ro awfully hind tin* times- tbe shirt waist nar is here Mr J as N Gardner of the River, i called recently and renewed scription. All mena straw ai d clolh bi ti at greatly redu red pi i al 13 is li op's, J Cliff *M athen v made rathers hurried trip tf) Staunton the first of the week. Monterey let the boat leave it when it didn't take i > I' school proposition. Tax the town rt littl fis up the streets. Spri . needs metal nn it ba Miss Blanche Wi!<"? matt's milliner, retui more Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. I Sunday pt West \ family of Mr. J i his said I - mun will Homestead ?? tl Mr Doi Calhoun ol in the Highland Drug Sti Seminary student, John! bro, will supj ly I rank Iii terian c...

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