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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...

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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...

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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 Barga...

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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 r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 July 1901

Tho Maxims nf Success. Show me a man who has never made ? mistake, and I will show you one who Sis never tried anything. It is a mistake to eat all you can, spend **11 you have, tell all you know, or show ill you feel. Ever since I knew of them, I have been wanting to employ Schwab, J. P. Mor? gan, and John Wanamaker, for there is ?ho trouble in getting business?the trou? ble lies in getting them. A bad pup often makes a good dog; *)nd I would rather undertake to reverse **he force of a bad man than loan my own *o a weak one. Many people labor like an ox or a hule, and have to be pressed or they will *iot earn their feed. Dont tell me what you have of beauty, ?Jtrength, education, money or genius. The only thing I care to consider is what bu are doing with it. . If we could get a shield from the fear ^ things that never happen, our troubles Vould be reduced oo per cent. Many practice humanity lo get the lin? ger hold. You can't escape criticism, for if you save money, you are a mise...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 July 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxii r. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 19. 1901. NO. 29. LABOR WILL FI6HT TliEJTEEL TRUST. A Great Strike Ordered by President James Shaffer. MANY THOUSAND MEN AFFECTED. Failure of the Officials of the Cttrnpanies and Ihe Officers of the Anift'g&mated Association to Reach an Af reement After Many Confer ences-Seventyflve Thousand Men Directly and Thousands More Indirectly Affected. Pittsburg, Pa, (Special).?After a 'three-days' session the conference be? tween representatives nf the American Sheet Steel, American Sleet Company and American finplae Companies, sub? sidiary companies of the United States Steel Corporation, and the general ex? ecutive board of thc Amalgamated As? sociation of Iron. Steel and Tin woi ker-,, adjourned without reaching an agree? ment. In less than an hour later Presi? dent Shaffer of the Amalgamated Asso? ciation had wired a strike order to all the amalgamated lodges in the tinplate, steel hoop and sheet steel mills...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 July 1901

i-!(,iiLAM> Recorder l&gt*-, $1.00 a Year in Advfmc-3. Ip-i:;(l evcrv Fryif.v evealap1.,? W. Sst: kt A.TKCEisr^r, ts ;.3d at thu Monterey pout office as second class mri lier. Monterey, Va., Friday, Jttiy, lu, 1001 *. hok.?*.*h.p in Honor of Mighlanc ? or Bath. "Mrs. J. G. Capsie, of Nev ? urkf has established ;: seholarsbij ' ?100 in memory of her two sons Mliam K. Carlisle1 ri*id Logan Cnr !js)e, who frere graduates ol' thi; -chook li lalo he awarded by Hu faculty to some deserving yoting ?i tn. x,ref< rubiy from lilith .of Hfjrh m.d ('on ii ty, Virginia.-*' Tho nboye ts taken from tin1 cat . >gut* t'f Washington and Lee Oni fisity and is to be given to aonie neflober of tho Junior Law Class Irs, Carlisle bas given .Ibis endow lout us stated above, iii memory ot lier two sons, and Ihe reason why reference is given tu a young man "oiii Highland nr Bath counties, is 'be fact that ber husband's people migrated, from tbe Hull Pasture Uiver,...

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

jfpm j j jj gWfcg araawss ii am Y layajs aaui ? w-as Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Uriel Items of Interest-to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr. Ray Wilson has re ttl rn ed* from West Va. Mr. John Cobb is home from West Va. for a few days. S. 13. Rexrode Esq. cf Valley' CYnterspeut Monday night in town. All mens straw and cloth hats nt greatly reduced prices at V. .li. Bishop's, Miss Ella Cn**ig is attending the School of Methods at Staunton tSs week, Mr Jerry Rexrode bought of Mr J V Wainsley two very fine hog Friday. Mr das Eagle, one of the con? tractors, is carrying tfie mail on the fit% route. Mr. Boyd Stephenson made n hurried business trip to (naunton the first of the week. Mr. Howard Armstrong of D ic Hill spent Sunday with his brother, Mr. E. W, Armstrong, Work is progressing on the shop 'building of Messers Ui'lett and .(.'urichoff on Spruce Street. Our entire stock of goods at | prime cost for cash. L. S. Dickenson & Co. Mr Grif Rev...

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

FOLLY OF JXTRAVAGANCE Dr. Talmage Says Causes the Great 1 i namial Disturbances Which Tak * Place Every Few Years. PEOPLE WHO LIVE BEYOND THEIR MEANS. (Copyrl-fht 1901.1 "Washington, D. C.?In this discourse th*. Talmage shows the causes of the great financial disturbances which take place fvery few years, and arraigns the people who live beyond their means; text, Jere? miah xvii, ll, "As the partridge sitteth on eggs and hatcheth them not, so he that getteth riches and not by right shall leave them in the midst of his days and at his ?end shall be a fool." Allusion is here made to a well-known Tact in natural history. If a partridge or a quail or a robin brood the eggs of an? other species, the young will not stay with the one that happened to brood them, but at the first opportunity will as? sort with their own species Those of us ?who have been brought up in the country nave seen the dismay of the farmyard \en, having brooded aquatic fowls, when After awhile they tumble into their...

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

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxiii. MONTEREY,'HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JULY ?.p. m\. NO. 30. FAITHFUL WIFE "OOM PAUL" DEAD. Victim of Pneumonia After an Illness nf Ihree Days. HER PLAIN f\ND HOMELY LIFE. 'Was flic Mother ol Sixtejn Children, and tit* Helped the President of the Sooth African Republic Save and Keep Millions of Oo'd-Proud of Her Husband, and Devoted lo t'im and His Interests. Pretoria (By Cable).?Mn. Kruger, wife of JYesident Paul Kruger, of ihe S"iih African Republic, died here oi pneumonia, after an illness of three days. She was 07 years ti\<i. Mer long separation from her hus? band, combined vilh the death of her favforr.e daughter. Mrs. Smi*h. last week, had completely broken her spirt. Mr. Elofi and other rela ives of the Kulgoi f9*.iil\?\vere at lier bedside when she paved away. President Weeps and Prays. London (By Cable).?""Owing to the Sunday telegraph hours in Holland,'' fays a dispatch to the Daily Mail from flilverstim, "Mr. Kruger was not in? formed of...

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

^nj**_*i*tfpiww,)ai.a,i)_>**iiui 'iuif?ii-'.n_iMirf s? H. ULAND RECORDER.1 Tar ms, $ 1.00 a Year in Advance. lasnert ererv Fridpv treninp bv W. I_. MA.THENY, *~Tcri ^ --...-> r-o-_i;3iiEa. Eatei.ed a,t tin Monterey postofftce as aef ond class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, J.eJy, 19, 1901. Constutionnl Convention. Uv u volo of ll to 10 the suffrage committee decided that Un* poll tax of $2 already agreed upon, shall be .divided equally betweui tlie State .and the count v in w -1: Io Ii it Ls col? lected, the whole for the benefit of the schools. The average vote in Virginia is 320.000. On account ot' the poll-tax it will be reduced to about 2oo,0QQ. This will give aver ?8500.000 annually to the sihool* .of the State. The committee voted down the pro oom l.i >u ti? make pre-payment .ot ali tax**.-, S4:it< and I*? dfr.il, at .pT-r*'f;:,i- ile t\Q "otlilg. Jiu* advocates ol the preyajljng sentiment in the committee said ?that with tlie presen...

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

AJfcD RECKODEB IXJALMWS. PERSONAL tcms of Intercut to Homo About Their Friends wi Acquatntanees. w orgau i'ur sale. Address Rice. Graee Ruff has returned to -Iphia. |B**t?j Vainer of Hilltown ir bal urti a j 'Abraham Ee har J, said -"send ie papei anol lu r ;? ear". lt on a little Uts ana fix the Its. Sprue** needs it, Orin Bradshaw of McDowell h the C VV corps at this place. Pr iee Campbell of Valley Cen Jiinnly remembered us this week. !r Samuel Simple*, of Strait *k made a trip to Staunton this bk. 'hatschool building?how about Shall we have it sometime ion? [j W Simmons Esq. of Strait reek was here on business Satur Ky Mr. W. A. Jones one of our faith-j lui Doe Hill subscribers \v;is iu to fee us thursday. All mens' straw and cloth hats ^it greatly reduced prices at, V. 13. lishop's, The A T Stephenson Lind in Big [Valley, sold hist, week, was bought by Mr John Mackey. The divide at Hightown is 220 feet higher than tit this point, which favoable to this route. Mr LS Jack of Head...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 July 1901

The. Povter's Charitable View. ? One by one the travelers entered the sleeping car bound for the Expcs. tion. "Porter," said a fat man. "Yes, sah." "Put me off at Buffalo." The porter showed two rows of ivo? ries in an affected grin. "Dat's purty good, sah," he said. An "octopustic" looking man came in and looked at the porter with evidences of a smile twitching around the corners of his mouth. "Porter," he said. "Yes, sah." "Put me off at Buffalo." Then came a woman?a brazen wo? man?who sprung the same old gag, followed by the two traveling men, who drew cuts at the farther end of the car to see who would have the honor ol in? dulging in the witticism. And through it all the porter smiled. Finally he tame over to my berth and sat down. "Dev's some mighty humorous pco yle in dis world, sah," he said. "Very," I answered, as a tall man. faultlessly attired, came in with his head high in the air and passed us without a nord. Thc porter looked surprised. "Say. boss," he said, following ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 2 August 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxiii. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 2. 1901. NO. 31. PRESIDENT SHAFFER MEETS J. P. MORGAN. The Strike Leader and ihe Great Banker Confer. ADJUSTMENT OF THE DIFFERENCES ? ' President Schwab, of tbe Steel Trust, ' ^ ' Present at the Interview,as Was Also -j^e*.! tary William?, ol the Amalgamat-^ ^Mft?|a. ' lion ?? The Two Labor Lea 4tn sapped j Inseen Out of Pittsburg. *?? (NEW TO??< W^iAL) JnZ*lZ*0> <<**?s br a ?<__*__??? h.L ,> ? **?. strike w*r? opened i ncrc at a < .,.,,. ._? u ??> j ci,;.*.- -*ttt'frenee belwetn President! Ania' *"** Secretary Williams, of the! vartlatcd Association, and J. Tier- | ,'t Vlortrtb and a group of his asso oare.s Ol ike United States Steel Cor-' ron ti on. The conference and th* movements Ol thc conferee-, w?re secret and no tn ttttiation of the result of the delibera? tions has tome from any one in au thority It is believed, howeve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 2 August 1901

. *?**_*?*# *_ * ** 1 j Iii ULAND ltECOKDER. Terms, $1,Q0 a Year in Advance. [riui.i ererv Friday evepingbv w. ll. __:A.xia:E3srY, ?csiToa __*:_ s=-_-_?z-s_i=_:ia. J ? lei ed a,t ti"" Monterey postofflce as second class matter. UoatarcTi Va., Friday, Aug, 2, iOOi. A Great Bi? Storm. ?Wp .haye had so much weather, lu fact not a day passes that we do iot have one kind or another aud onietiniea several, and from year ') year we forget Hie different kinda u,t we think we are safe in saving tbnjfc a more terrible storm of th un ler, lightning, wind and rain never isitcd this section than the one of last Saturday evening, for our old? est people say they do not remem? ber a more fierce one. For more .than an hour, the rain driven bjf a viole nj gale, beat upon the earth ill great, sweeping sheets, until our streets were Hooded and our small streams became raging torrents. Duriug tile whole time, at very short intervals, the vivid lightning /lashed aud the deep thunder rolled all making a ...

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

HlGHLAM) REORODEli LOCAL NEWS, PERSONAL Itriel Iteniflof Int crest to Home folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Basil 15. Gordon is dead. Mr Billie Barr is with ua again. A new organ for sale. Address thia office. Ur Wm lleyener spent Friday night at the (Commercial. Mr Ira Simmons of Crabbottom wa-; here Saturday on business. Mr Wicker, the East Va horse min waa with us a part of the week. Who lost a baby, cloak at Ihe Rehan show? Cali at L. A Om florie's. The gr.- at Com Belt of the West i< now being relieved by delightful rains. All mens straw and cloth hats at greatly reduced priees at V. V>. Bishop's, Mr L, V Suct'Wtl: of Crabbottom was up Tuesday to see his son, Mr A C Sudilarih. Wm il miter of Augusta was here Thursday on his way to his moun? tain farm. . Mr Stephen Miller of Beech Hill W Vu arrived hera Wednesday to upend his vacation with his sister, Mrs V M B_..op. Mr D N Bnssard of Polar made) a trip tu Clover Lick Pocahontas j county, la^t w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 2 August 1901

SECRE^ SOCIETIES. Kev. Dr. Talmage Preaches on Or? ganizations That Work for Humanity's Service. WHY SILENCE IS SOMETIMES BEST. [CoryrlKht ipoi.1 Washington, D. C.?A practical ques? tion which is asked in most houses and for many years is here asked by Dr. Tal? mage and answered; text, Proverbs xxv, 9, Discover not a secret to another." It appears that in Solomon's time, aa in all subsequent periods of the world, there were people too much disposed to tell all they knew. It was blab, blab, blab; phy? sicians revealing the case of their pa? tients, lawvers exposing the private af? fairs of their clients, neighbors advertising the faults of the next door resident, pre? tending friends betraying confidences. One-half of the trouble of every com? munity comes from the fact that so many people have not capacity to keep their mouths shut. When I hear something dis? paraging of vou, mv first duty is not to tell you, but if I tell you what somebody has said against you and then go out and t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 August 1901

HIGHLAND vol. xxnr. RECORDER MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUIJTY, VA., AUGUST 9,1901. NO. 32. EEl TRUST'S TERMS REJECTED, [-dent Shaffer and His Colleagues Meet Morgan and Schwab. [RT WITHOUT MAKING AGREEMENT* jut Bailie Ber,lns"Amal**a***\'ed Assoc'a lion's Concession* f*\i to Alter the Purpose |f thc CorporaM-i?We Will Stick lo (he jilter End/' Says Secretary Williams- Each [ide Submitted a Proposition. Kew York (Special).?Another effort perfect a permanent truce between great army of steelworkers lind lie giant corporation which employs it has failed, and the conflicting sides are as tfiarply and widely divided as ever. "The leader- on cither side met here awrj after a day gi fruitlc.-s conference an-4- dis_*?*si<Mi parted in a spirit that thom* no tinge of conciliation. Neither hidt WOtlM surrender a position nor ?concede ? point in thc dispute in which they arc involved, and present indica? tions point to a renewal, with vigor, of Jtfce struggle. The first conference of MIC d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 August 1901

*_k;.ixa:xd Recorder. Terms, $1.00 h. Tsar ia Advance. issued ererv Hrldav eveninpbv W- __. l_t___*___3_?T_r, ??tom ._.?-_> r -u-_i_.5arji_!?v. Kntcmd Ht the Monterey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Aug, 9, 1001. New Court System Recommend? ed. The judiciary system recommend ed to the constitutional convention by Mr Wi th er's committee, is the same as that in force in North Car? olina and many other Southern states, and if adopted will save the state annually more than 3150,000 "With this revolution in tho judici? ary executive heads, abolition of several of the offices and having tlie Legislature meet every four in? stead of every two years, the sav? ing lo the State is placed at possibly $250,000. This estimate may be nnd probably is too large, but there is every reason to believe thai it will exceed $200,000 annual ly No*1, on? ly this, but it is proposed to at? tempt to reduce the expences of ihe county governments as well as lhat of the Sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 August 1901

Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWS. TER-O-AL ?f I_MMj-f Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Miss May Slaven is home from 'rank I in. Mr. David Woods and wife were n t )wn Monday. Mr. Tobe McCIintic of the River as up Saturday. Dr. O. J. Campbell returned mday from Po a'loulas. All summer millinery at cost un ,il 1st Sept. at Mrs. Trimble's. Those wanting fine hats can get hem by gni"g to Mrs Trimble's. Mis., Abbie Fleisher of Meadow "?ale visited .datives at this place tis week. Mr. John J. Kincaid was here first of the week on business. Mrs. Siscelin Hite of the river is ith her daughter, Mrs. A. T. Car enter. Mr. and Mr_ Warrick Collins of he Crabbottom side, were over Mon ay. Mr. and Mrs. J N Stover of Crab lottoni visited at Monterey Mon? lay. Jacob W Hevener Esq. of High own, spen*. a short while in town tooday. W. P. Campbell Esq. returned saturday from his West Va., trip. Mr. James A. Fleisher was to see us recently and renewed his sub jription. /"Mrs. S C...

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