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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 August 1901

INSPIRING RELIGION. ? Dr. Talmage Preaches on Solomon's Wisdom-Sweet Spices of Christianity. lt Counteracts All Trouble ?? No Dolorous Music Needed. t Cops-right 1901.1 . ' Washington*. D. C.?Ia this discourse Dr. Talmage corrects some of the false notions about religion, and represents it at being joy inspiring instead of dolorous; text, II. Chronicles ix, 9, "Of spices great abundance; neither was there any such spice as the Queen of Sheba gave King Solomon." What is that building out yonder, glit? tering in the 6un? Have you not heard? It is in the house of the forest of Lebanon. King Solomon has just taken to it his bride, the Princess of Egypt. You see the pillars of the portico and a great tower, adorned with 1090 shields of gold, hung on the outside of the tower,. 500 of the shields of gold manufactured at Solomon's order; 500 were captured by David, his father, in battle. See how they blaze in the noonday sun! Solomon goes up the ivory stairs of his throne, between twelve li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 August 1901

HIGHLAND ? _____ RECORDER VOL. xxiii, MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY?VA., AUGUST IS, 1901. NO. 33. I IE GREAT STEEL STRIKE NOW ON. |hc Pol ce Authorities Preparing for Trouble in Pittsburg. [HE TRUST WOULDN'T ARBITRATE. pe American Tinplate Company Announces That Certain Plants of tie Company I Crlp^'-e* by thc Strike Would Be Removed Ut Moeessen-Speculation as to How Far f__ federation Will Help. Pittsburg. Pa. (Special).?The great steel strike is on. The order to strike rai generally obeyed wherever the workers were organized and enrolled in the lodges r*| the Amalgamated Asso? ciation. Policy of the American Iredera i Labor has not yet heen fully ; ?ed and that fort contributes an r element of uncertainty to the sit I he action of the executive 'Oard of the Mineworkers at Itldian pol's. in resolving to support the trike, cheered the Amalgamated men nd they are confident that the Federa Qr will aid them to the fullest extent. The closing h., nra of labor and the pening^ hours of thc st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 August 1901

"Tyy-\i . nn? ?'ir?-*f_?fli_i_rrtts..i r m_?. m-j Hl-UHLAND ilECOKDEK. I erm?, *>1.(JH a Year in Advance. I??uf<1 ert-rv Friary cvcninclrv finteie.d nt thi Monterey postonicc a? tecoon class matter. Monterey, Va, Friday, Ang 61, IDOL A Duty of dchool Boards. As Hie linn- is approaching when School * b? ards Wi 1 agni ri arv.r. >teachers tb tin* various school* oj Our count}*. Bud enter into contract ' with them for another five nionl hs, 'there is one clihise usually i'i the contracts willi teachers to whii li 1 ' would I ike'to (::ill the attention of our (?bool boartl'i. lt ia this: "It 'is -lrther agreed that the fir? ? hall ?'be intuit', or caused tn he mad- Hud 'the floor siiall regularly be swept, 1 Or caused to be swepl by th teacher.'" As to fitts clause the majority of the ttMcli'M's impose liii> task ap ni their pupils,' especially the sweep? ing and this ls one thing,] think. to which the school officers tis well as tin* parent?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 August 1901

?V- r< - ?V ITV Highland Reciiodek __LOCAL>E\VB. PJKKSO-AL Brief Items of Interest to Home I'nlks About Their friends And Acquaintances. The having goes slow. Miss M;iv Slaven is viniling friends iu the valley. Mr. Tom Slaivcn's hack makes] frequent trips to Staunton. Hon Charles P Jones is attend? ing the Norfolk convention. Pendleton B'?ggs, mid Geo Mc %Cov of Franklin ure at B< lar, -Mr, Will Rexrode ol' the Doe ? Hill neighborhood was over Wed? nesday. Mr. Hub -ufT has gone to Bed? ford county, his old home, to upend some time. Mr and Mrs Joseph Burkman nnd children returned home Wed? nesday. Mr. J. II. Bums of Bular was up Tuesday. He says Bular has about 25 guesta. The C. W. corps operating or Hack Creek has.moved camp tn Meadow Dale. Two letters for some reason reached ns too late for this issue. We are sorry. Mr Chas Simmons will shin a car load of Angora Goals to his home, Caye, Pendleton U i. L rge crowds ave expected in Monterey during dis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 August 1901

i A GREAT REFRESHMENT. Dr. Talmage Says God is a Fountain of Joy That is Unappreciated. An Everlasting Well of Gladness ?? Watti for the Thirsty. [ Copyright Mt I Washington, D. C.?In this discourse Dr. Talmage represents religion as a great refreshment and invites all the world to come and receive it; text, Genesis xxix, 8, "We cannot until all the flocks be gath? ered together and till they roll the stone from the well's mouth; then we water the sheep." A scene in Mesopotamia, beautifully pastoral. A well of water of great value in that region. The fields around about it white with three flocks of sheep lying down waiting for the watering- I near their bleating coming on the nright air and the laughter of young men and maid? ens indulging in rustic repartee. I look off, and J see other flocks of sheep com? ing. Meanwhile Jacob, a stranger, on an interesting errand of looking for a wife, comes to the well. A beautiful shepherd? ess comes to the same well. I see her ap-" proaching f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 August 1901

I HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. xxiii. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 22.1901. NO. 34. EIGHTY LIVES LOST IN SHIPWRECf Tlie Steamer Islander Struck an Icebci Cff Douglass Jshnd. BOILERS BURST AS itfEAMER SAN! Wife of thc Governor of Yuk-. Territoi "fid Her Chid Among the Victim "f the Dieter - Many Other Passenger and Some of the Crew Oo Down With th _?*_, Steamer. Victoria, B. C. (Special).?The steam er Islander. Ihe crack passenger stearne of thc Alaskan route, operated by th Canadian Pacific Navigation Compatv of this city, struck an iceberg o-!T Doug las Island at -' o'clock Thursday last am went to thc bottom, carrying down 6] to 80 souls, including passengers an; members of the crew. Some of the _ur vivors arrived herc bv the **_*_**? Queen, They report tbat as t*^ y'Slt went down the boilers explod- ^ r.^si1,v. the death of manv who nvjfc> VaV. _ ___?\f.?f____l F!_.!f,w'"*-* ?i taW_ H?I -?Vaved thor nw beamer. when thc vessel struck ?.. and went down with ***ft*g?r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 August 1901

li UrHLAIVD BhOORDBB Tenn*-, fl.-i a Year In Advance. I ?_??_ eTerv Fridav eTe*t?igbr W. H- MATHENY, _:_-___? ___*?_: __*_____?____:__ Snteied at the Monterey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Aug, 23, 1901 1 Letter From Missouri. Weather News of Interest. Editor Highland Recorder:? "While the people of Highlurid county have heen enjnyingan abun? dance o? rain and coo! wenthei we have been having a spell oi weather that heats the oldest in habitants. The last general rain we had was May 22nd. On May 26th we had a light frost, a shower June 0th, and 18th, was all the rain we hud until Jul>* 201U, when we had a few show? ers, but tlie tf List was flying a few hours afterward. These showers cooled the air for a few day? so that the mercury did not reach the 100 mark, and gave ns tt chance to get a fresh breath and recuperate h little. During June the thermometers registered from 90, to 102, almost every dav. Beginning with June 20th and continuing unt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 August 1901

Highland Recroder LOCAL NEWS. PEKSONAL Brief Ittms of Interest to Home folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Jerry Rexrode called to see us Tuesday. Mr sriii Mrs V F Harouff were up recently. Mr James Corrigan called to sec us Tuesday. A fire at Marlinton destroyed Cooper's store. Mr. Jesse li Slaven is home again from Marlinton. Mr .Ino S Ervine and wife spent Sunday on Hack Creek. Mr Hugh Cox has gone to his home at West Augusta. We art pleaned to have Judge J. "W Myer** spending a while in town. Mrs yyC Suddarth and Miss Ma niie Wilton spent Sunday at Frank lin. | Wm known lin. Mrs. Jim tn a Patterson of Staun? ton is visiting her brother, Dr- 0. J. Cainrjbell. I have a few straw hats to close o_|tat almost "any old pric-" ? L. A. Orndorff. The Board of Supervisors held a meeting last week, the principal business being with county road contractors. The.ladies of the Headwaters Chnpel'will give a lawn party on the 24th. All are invited to help in a good cause. A new line...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 August 1901

WOMAN'S SPHERE. Rev. Dr. Talmage Says She Should Rule as s Queen in the Home. Its Value as a Field of Usefulness ?? The Mother's Influence. ICopj-ri.ht l-l. r Wa$h*noton, D. C.- -In this discourse Pr. 1 _lmage extols home us a Held of use _*___? and especially encourages wives and mothers; text, Genesis i, 27, "Male and female created He them." In other words, God, who can make no mistake, made man and woman for a spe? cific work and to move in particular spheres, man to be regnant in his realm, woman to be dominant in hers. The boundary line between Italy and Switzer? land, between Eiigland and Scotland, is not more thoroughly marked than this distinction between the empire masculine and the empire feminine. So entirely dis? similar are the fields to which God called them that you no more compare them than you can oxygen and hydrogen, water and grass, trees and stars. All this talk about the superiority of one sex to the other sex is an everlasting waste of ink and **D_ch. A jewele...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 August 1901

? RECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY!TA.. AUGUST 30. 1901. NO. 35. SULTAN GRANTS FRENCH DEMANDS. Imperial Irade Issued in Constantinople Concedes Everything ASKED BY AMBASSADOR CONSTANS. M. Delcasse, the French Minister of Forrign Affairs, Wins the Distinction of Giininj a Diplomatic Victory Over Abdul Hamid Second Only to That by Secretary of State Hay. Constantinople ( By Cable). ? The < ?uays Company question has been set? tled, as expected, in accordance with the desires of France. An imperial irade has been issued or? dering that the company shall be al- ' ?owed to exercise freely all thc rights granted by the concession. Paris {By Cable).?The official coin -unique announcing the granting of thc French demands is as follows: "In consequpenee of the declaration made to the Porte by the French Am? bassador that he acts under instructions from thc Minister of Foreign Affairs. ?n imperial irade has been issued de? claring that no obstacle shall be op? posed t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 August 1901

X; _.-.-_____ _._??.- _____M_*| :-,__.r_ Ji I li J! __,_I\ D I .I-COKDEli. Terms, SI.CO ? Yea; in Advanc? er, .jed everv FrMav cr_rfct*f bt \V. I_. iv! A-TT._I.3-T _T, ar:-.??_. _y_7_ - r "x__.__3X_____ JFintcioit al the Mea..rey no^toflice p? second class matter. I _ Iflonteivy, Va., F.uiay, Aug, J;0, 1901. McttfodiStS Take the Town. Last week Jt consider;'bli* portion pf the town and community was ,tunied over lo Hie Sou theft* Aleth .odist preachers, liv Methodists and it he ordinary Lind of Methodists, to ?io just ns they bad a mind, and jv hat they did mis n plenty. The occasion waa ibo meeting of .thc Moor .told District Conference, which was it) session from Wednes? day unti! Sunday night, Hey. 13. F. J>tili,":\ J;' . present and presiding. It wits ti t;me thoroughly enjoy? ed by Ure immy persons in attend* ance* and for mun;, years vee will, J ;ok back nnd remember with pleas* ure the session of District Confer euee held at Monterey, lt will be with pleasure, too,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 August 1901

<__S_________-__ , SI'I ISM? __l' I? j ?I ll Highland i.eckodeii _1_6CA-LNEW8. TEliSO-AL jRrief Items of Interest to Home folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr A C Middarth lots relumed from Franklin. Kev. W W Carson weut to Staun? ton this week. Mr. Oliver G ira of Hightown wns over Tuesday. Mr Lee Wm er and wife spent Solidity with Monterey friends. 1- buj_:<_ry v hips in one dav. somP one iinpivc'iates the low price at Orndorff.. A fresh Kt of crackers, cakes. and candies just received nt L. A Orndo-Ts .lust open, d -.A J.. A. Orndorff. n new line ol' qneensware, glassware &c. S'inre old prices. Miss Annie Matheny of Vallev Center spent several days wit li Monterey rel rt ives A new sup] Iv of ladies1, men. aud hov . j_iini boots imid shoes at L. A. OrnttorfTs. i plea "ir vi; renewed ?f i ortieliu. - imer I' wa* w" thes-ba ip Esq, ot I ? .. bottom. Mr. Kl. Bishop lois returned from liis trip to the Vallev uceoni panie_ bj his two daught...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 August 1901

NOTHING IS INSIGNIFICANT Dr. Talmage Gives Instances of On What a Slender Thread Great Results Hang. A Little Thing May Decide Your Fate?The Importance of Trifles. ICopjTiirht 1901.1 ' WASHINGTO-, D. C.?A Bible incident not often noticed is here used by Dr. Tal? mage to set forth practical and beautiful truth; text, # II. Corinthians xi, 33, "Through a window in a basket was I let down by the wall." Sermons on Paul in jail. Paul on Mars hill, Paul in the shipwreck, Paul before the sanhedrin, Paul before Felix, are plentiful, but in my text we have Paul in a basket. Damascus is a city of white and glisten? ing architecture, sometimes caliea "the eye of the East," sometimes called ''ti pearl surrounded by emeralds," at one time distinguished for swords of the best material called Damascus blades and up-' holstery of richest fabric called damask. A horseman of the name of Saul riding toward this city had been thrown from the saddle. The horse had dropped under a flash from the sky whic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 September 1901

HIGHLAND VOL. XXIII. RECORDER MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY*, VA.. -EPTEMBER 6. 1901. NO. 36. A FREIGHT TRAIN SLAUGHTERS ft. Shocking Collision on thc Great North? ern at Nyack, Mont. NONE OF THE PASSENGERS INJURED, A Freight Train Broke in Two on a Steep Grade of a Rocky Mountain Foothill? The Rear r__ ol the Freight Tore Loose From tbe Head End, D.shed Down and Struck a Passenger Train. Kalispell, Mont. (Special).?Thirty six lives were lost and 13 persons were injured in the wreck on the Great North? ern Railway passenger train No. 3. at Nyack. 30 miles west of Kalispell. None of the passengers were injured, thc fa? talities having been confined to employes oi thc railroad company. The wreck was caused by thc break? ing in two ol a freight train on the steep grade ol *.i Rocky Mountain foothill. Thc rear ind of the freight torc loose from ?tbe head end. dash?1 backward down the mountain and cra.hed into the lear end of the passenger train which was just pulling out of the station at N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 September 1901

n.-iilLASD RECORDER. Tents, $1.00 & Year in Advance. I.__c_everv Fri(ta7 evening^v W. 1_. Jv. A T-:Ti.lSr_r, _":tTO?. ?r~: - ". _<_?_-____- ?.. Bntcned lit tfc. Uri I . ? rey postofhee as second crass matter, _!on,tcr_y, Ya., Friday, Sept. . 1001 Democratic Neika. There will be held nt the Court House at Monterey, Va., on Satur? day the 7th dav of Sept. a Den. > 'eratic Meeting for the purpose ol electing delegates to the State Sen atorial and Delegate District Con? ventions which will lie held at Clifton Forge, Ve., on Wednesday (September 11th. A full attendance of all democratic voters of the coun? ty will be expected and desired, ? -allie IL Sieg, Ch'in. Dem. Co. Com. '_V_r. Cleveland on Fishing. Mr Cleveland . next contribution to the Sat.kday E-EKING Post, ol Philadelphia, will be an extreme!) readable paper, in which he sing the praise, of hi. favorite sport The Reflections, of a Fishermar shows very pleasantly the genia Unofficial" side of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 September 1901

JIlXHILAISD l-Etl.ODEl. 3LO.CAI- NEWS. PERSONAL ?lief Items onnterestto Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. ?Mr Sollie Rexrode was up Tues? day. Mr S G Dever wns in to seo us lust week. Mr L S Dickenson went to Staun? ton Thursday. Mon -hap. I* Jones was in Rich? mond this week. Mr Frank Barr _ here assisting his luther in plastering. Mr M A Cola- made us a hur? ried visit Wednesday. Mrs ll. M. Slaven isat Bolar vis? iting relatives. Mr E.I Wade ol Bick Cnek was up Wednesday. .liss Ella Craig returned to Charleston Monday. Mr S .1 Carson made a k_>Sties* trio to Highland this week. Mr aid Airs S NV Sterrett ure spc in!:i:_, the wei li ut Bolar. Mrs C A Di. ..ni vi-i'ed Monte? rey frie_d_ _U .oia> Mis Iv N ____'vin a'-' 'u,-nie"! her busbaiid to town Monday. Mrs L A Orndorff is visit ino Franklin friends. Mr E B limes made a business trip to Williamsville Monday. Mis Chas Bird and Mrs Harmon Bird were bi town shopping Thurs? day. Miss Sallie .Jones...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 September 1901

A New fan-ii for l.i_h t ii i n K. An olel colored preacher in the rural district accounted for the lightning in. ?.his way: "Ever' time Satan looks down en sees dc Lawd. work irwine on. fire flash., furn his eyes. Dat. de light? ning. En w'en he fail to hit er church wit! it he lays hack en hollers. Dat. _c thunder." "But, passort," said an old deacon. "whan is Satan in de- winter tune? We don't have no lightnin' den." The preacher studied a minute and _..n said: "Wei!, hit may bc. Br'er Williams, _tl hell's froze over den." Strictly I'.fHimal. The Hast Cleveland car had passed lake View. Near the front seat sat two __ai.li, one from the rural districts, ihe other a Gevclandcr who was show? ing the sights. As thc ear passed Forest Hill the rus? tic sister exclaimed, pointing to the lalf-completed lodge: "O Cousin Sarah! What's that cute lit te stone buildin'?'.' "That?" returned the Clevelander with an air ol superiority. "Why. that's list a Utile church Rockefeller's buildin' *?r ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 September 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. xxnr. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., .SEPTEMBER 13. 1901 NO. 37 SUiVMARY Cl THE LATEST NEWS. Domestic. Two hundred and fifty miners em ployed at the Pine Iliil Colliery, nea Merer-dale. Pa., went on a strike. The stock ol the Winchester Tel phone Company was sold to a Hanove < Pa.) syndicate. Brat?lolino Vawnaluno, an Italian, c Mount Verm n, X. Y.. confessed that h murdered John Francesco Dura, bavin been incited thereto, as lie claims, b Frederick Imhoff. The National Association ot Lette Carriers, in session in Chattanooga Tenn., adjourned after electing officer and selecting Denver as thc next meei ing place. B. F. Kcs'cr. a Baltimore and Obi freight conductor, died nt Martins!?irs W. \a.. from injuries received when h was thrown from his train. The Baroness von Schwar.ens'.ein who has separated from her husband the Kaiser's former envoy to Washing ton. has gone on the American stag and is playing a sm__l part in Hackett' "Doti Caesar de Ba.an....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 September 1901

I Tan.niim mi.min ?min i i II I<_H1. AN ft* ltEC< 1 lil)E1.. Tenns; $.100 a Year in Advance. __ IMMSSi e_*f_ Friday .?____. ^_r. __:. _s_^ T____-P-_-, ?:-itc- ? iwf. 1 r tt______?______. Untet.d at the M?r_t__y pe>stoflice as ri seoond cla.s mutter. fcTtO-t.rey, Va., Friday, Sept. 6 190L fti???"i-;?:-'-"? ? dreat-sorrow,- thou great rejoic? ing spread" to-thc great centers ol humanity, thence to towns and vil? lages, to the fine- mansions in ih. oities. tb' Hie form house- in Hu country, anti all were alike som when they heard that President McKinley h-d been assassinated and all were'alike glad when thev heard that'the- prudent would re cover. No political feeling was ex I_bited, but bf all he was mention* ed as uOur President," and man*, prayers have gone up for his reeov sry, wilicit is now by.hi. physicians assured; Our President lives bul anarchy must die. i Thank .od we have no anarchists in Highland. We have among ne ito. one. who said he was ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 September 1901

:. ^ ?mmimmammmamiamwamw^ Highland Reckoder L0CAL1NEWS. PERSOISAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Porter started a lot of cattle this week, Eiss Nannie Sterrett has gone'to Roekbridge on a vi?it. S W Sterrett is attending Pres-' Jjytery at Franklin. I)rs F S Suddarth and YV a Siron were in town Saturday. Taylor Daugherty cam. forward' and paid for two subscriptions. Mr G.orge Sweeker was over Sat? urday with some very fine honey.. Mrs. E. M. Arbogast is- speuding awhile with friends ia- Richmond. V. B. Bishop Esq,, started Tues? day for the North' to buy winter goods. Mrs S VV Grummet. has grim* to Baltimore to purchase her fall and winter merchandise. Mr J Wesley Hevener one of our very prompt subscribers was to see Ol this week. Messers John Mackey and Rob? ert Woods have been sick- some t)inie with fever. Shreckbise and Bear liave some? thing to tell you in this issue that will do you good. Miss Libbie _u_ who has been sick for a co...

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