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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 September 1901

BORROWING TROUBLE. Dr. Talmage Says ft ls a Bad Habit Tint Unfits Many to Properly Discharge Th .ir Dillies. G.d Will Meet Our Exigencies as T!i:y Kris*. I Copyright wi.l Washington. D. C.?In thia discourse Dr. Talmage shows the folly oi allowing foreboding* to influence us and how ex Ifetation of evil weakens and destroys; -__-?, Matthew vi. 34, "Sufficient unto the Jay is the evil thereof." The life of every man. woman and child if- as closely under the divine care ns though such person were the only man, woman or dura. There are no accident!*. As there is a law of storms in tlie natural world, so there is a law of trouble, a law of disaster, a law of misfortune, but the majority of the troubles of life nre iniag innry, and the most of those anticipated nt.er come. At any rate, there is no cairne of complaint against God. See how >r ..ch He has done to make you happy - Iii* sunshine filling the earth with glory, ir.iking rainbow for the storm anil halo f.> ? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 September 1901

RECORDER VOL. XXlir. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER 20. 1901 NO. 38. SUMMARY OF THE LATEST NEWS. I rorncslic. I At tat 'encampment of the Grarij Army ot thc Republic Commander-in Chief Ra...icur made a violent attack on Pens.?rt. Examiner Evans and his meth? od of administering the pension laws. The Democratic Stale Committee ol \"irginia declined !**_ proposi ion of th Republican commi.tce for a joint de? late b) thc gubernatorial candidates of thc two parties. Shamrock ll. had two lucky escape; from serious disaster while taking a .pin. She was struck by. a squa. ano capre very near running into a yacht. '1 bc strike situairn remain?; un? changed. The steel combine has re? fused to entertain further propositions ot settlement from thc Amalgamated Association. Shipping is ried np at New Oilcan? by a -trike oi thc longshoremen, whose demand for biphcr wages has been re -us.i.l by the shipping agen.s. A mob of negroes broke into the j ai' ?at Wickliffe, Ky., and lynched fh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 September 1901

p_5-t?_-_y.?-w-y__?-_ftea-fra Jilli!* J, \ND I... .i'_>t. BEK, Term*- $1.00 m Yearin Ai*.ance. .-*__e. tren Fr.i'..-.,- ..- ..:,.,-*.y "W. KC. M ..Tiiy.W _r, ^i^iCtl |t V'.*'3 Mi !;'?.??> ;n>:.<i!!i'eii? second cla__ hi: . tor. Jftynterey, Ya., Friday, Pepi 20 1.01. "lite Nation I. pu nts. A great -titian mourns, the cn ftire civilized world m mm*, great ^nen shed tears; Hie mjunes bpw ii, .sorrow: worn*.) weep, for n great .stiitc. man, Hie head of n great free and liberal govern men t, ii true, christian gentleman lins been cruel-! sly and foully murder d. Hon. Wilii,un ,J. Bryan who was in Chicago for tho purpose of ;.;! .?dressing a democratic ni _rU*;g s.iid : '*I cannp. believe lira life is (<> en. thia war. 1 have already -apok en of the hor roi with i t__u_i 1 re? gard the assassin's crime. I have J -already spoken pf the high person? al esteem in which 1 hold Mr Mo** -Kinley. In this moment of sorrow J can ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 September 1901

!____*_. Highland I.eokodeh LOCAL m:\vs.__ I _ *lrief Items of Interest to Hofce Falk. Alton! TJieir Friends And A.qua.i?tMtces. Look on ^rsi prat* ol this haute foi -a IMU aeconirt ot' Ute deaui of our L?ro?idc^it? which is eorreet sn.Jd :syst:i.j.)Hraiiyin,''a?i ged gotha, it can bo read intelligently. The taking of the oat li Iw the wow Presid Jit, 3.is first proclamation .fcc, a i*e a Iso gi rea in :. concise manner. The st _ it tog cvejits ?of the next few -mon.hs that will fol? low Hie present sad moments, will ali De a cen rate ly given 0:1 the first page of the Recorder. Subscribe now. Tire Recorder $1. per yvi\i\ twenty five cents for titree months. Recorder and \. w V <) r lt. T liri ce 41-week World #1,70 per year. Circuit (Joni t ti rm commence. "Sej.t. 28th. Onion* I liken on .iibscrrp-ion .hat is a frw. C. C. Arbogu.-d r,iu1 L. S. Db..l-.-n .son itre in Staunton. Mr. \V. ll. Miner is | .lint in j; a 4huK.h ;tt Mt. GrovH. , li linell .!'!:!?? lill I gOlie to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 September 1901

THE MODERN CH Km The Rev. Dr. Talmage Says a Practical Gospel Is Helpful. Ministerial Laziness is Denounced->The Church Needs No Apologies. ; I Copyright, MM.] W-S.ux.tox, D. C.?Most encouraging tn all Christian workers is this discourse rf Dr. Talma .e while denying the accur !?'>? of statistics which represent Sunday iindicnr.s as .iminisliinrr: text, Hebrews rx, 23. "Nor forsaking tbe assembling of ourselves together." Startlinc: statements have been made in many of the pulpits and in some religious ."wspa. c-s. It is heard over aid over ?'gain that church attendance in America is in decadence. I deny the statement by j -esentinz .. . hard facts. No one will iMspute the fact that there are more ?hurcbes in America than ever before, one denomination averaging two new '-hurches every dav of the year. The law ? . demand and sup .ly is as inexorable in ''??c kingdom of God as it. is in the world. More churches supplied armies move i huvch privileges demanded. Mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 September 1901

RECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. .SEPTEMBER 27. 1901 NO. 39. rial j-,er SUMMARY OF THE LATEST NEWS. Domestic. An impressive national mcmori vice for President McKinley was Held in Washington. Thousands could /not pot into the building and an ovenflow meeting was held in the street. 'Thc exercises consisted of short addresses by clergymen ol' different denomina? tions and singing by thc entire audi? ence, with thc Marine Band accompany? ing. J Aguinaldo's bodyguard, incltid ng Major Ahambra. two captains, twef lieu tenants and ..Q men. have surrendered nnd taken thc oath of allegiance. J Gen? eral Chaffee has refused requests for the release oi thc prisoners 0,1 thc Island of Guam. The engagement is announced in Washington of Miss Annie Ridgje Ear? ly, a grandniece oi General Early, ard Mr. Arnold Randolph Fairfax, third in linc in succession to the title ojf Lord Fairfax. ' Steps have been taken ft r th./'organi? zation of an association having lin view the erect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 September 1901

i ?e-___?_a?__-__n_M____t___-_ Hit.?;:..A-.;; LIecordeb. _. _u\., $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ercrv Friciav evening by w. i_:. i\_:J*-.T-_ci_3srY s~:ro*s __"__ - --_3i_iczr?r*. Eaten cl nt the Mot; m y postoffice ap second cia.-.- iiialler. Monterey, Va., Friday, Sept. 27 1.01 Formal Notice cf Nc mi natron. September IQ, 1-101. Sir:? Seldom is it. these clays ut least, that political preferment comet unsought, and it is beiieyed lh.it it never I baa conies except to those of high unlit. Your lei low demo? crats ol the counties of Allegliany liatli and High land have preferred you. and u. hilst they sire aware ol the fact I li at Hie preference- conies unsought by you, yet that fact should only tend increasingly to testify lo you the high esteem in milich you tire held by them. 'Hie undersigned, by virtue of nut ho lit y Vi steel in them by the Convention of Democrats held in Ihe town of Clifton Forge, Va., on September 11th. 1091, for the pur? pose of nominating a candidate for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 September 1901

<L__?t____ Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWS. I'EHSOKAL Kiief Items of luterostto Home folk. About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Tbe stirring events of the next lew months that will fol? low the present sad moments, will all be accurately given on the first page of the Recorder. Subscribe now. The Recorder Sf I4, per year, twenty live cents for three months. Recorder and New __ork,Thrice a-week World #1,70 per year. ?1.00 One vear. The Recorder, Your count? paper. L. Make it go bet tel. Speak a good word for it. ? Court, day, a good tim. to subscribe. Then yon need nut borrow and you should not lend. Think the matter over and let us know about it Yes, you should go to school. Mr A J Garring is p.iiuti g the drug store. W P Campbell Esq is out of ?town this week'. Mrs. L A Orndorfl i; .pending the week at Frank lin. Mr and Meal) W Peterson are "Visiting Pocahontas friend*. The President says he will give ?freedom to Cuba as soon as possible. Mrs. T II Slaven is visiting her ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 September 1901

mam THE POWEROF KINDNESS Dr. Talraaje Says a Spirit of Amity end Gijod Feeling is to Be Commended. Tory Through Good Will?Most Potent of Worlds. [Copyright, 1 POI. j . Washington, D. C.?In this discourse Dr. Talmage commends the spirit of amity and good feeling and mentions illustrious examples of that spirit; text. Acts ..xviii, _, "The barbarous people showed us no lit? tle kindness." Here we are on the Island of Malta, an? other name for Melita. This island, which has always been an important commercial '?rntre. belonging at different times to Phoenicia, to Greece, to Rome, to Arabia, tn Spain, to France, now belongs to Eng? land. The area of the island is about 100 srjuare miles. It is in the Mediterranean Sea, and of such clarity of atmosphere that Mount Etna, 130 miles away, can be distinctly seen. The island is gloriously memorable because the Knights of Malta for a long while ruled there, but most fa? mous because of the apostolic shipwreck. The bestormed vessel on which Pan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 October 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER .. 1901. NO. 40. M'KINLEY'S VAULT GUARD ATTACKED. The Sentry on Top of the Tomb Fires at a Man. SOLDIERS CHALLENGE UNHEEDED. Ile Had Been Watching a lurking Figure in thc Bushes?Tie Vandals, One of Whom Was Masked, Make Their L'scap.?Believed Tbat an Attempt Was to Be Made to Blow Up thc Tomb. Canton. O. (Special).?A strange story conics from West Lawn Cemetery, where a company of regulars from Fort Wayne. .Mich., arc guarding thc vault in which thc hotly ot thc late President Mc? Kinley lies, lt is to the effect thal the guard on fluty on top of ihe vault fired a r-hot at one man who refused to heed his challenge, that the shot was diverted by another man who appeared from another direction and that an effort was made .o, Mab thc guard. Military regulations prevent either the officers or the men of the post from being quoted on any matters connected with their service, and for this reason "Captain Biddle who is i...

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

~: ULAND L.ECOl.DER. 'lc .ns, $1.00 a Year In Advance. Nsa-tl ev.rv I'ririav evening bv W. _1. !___. TT^EKTY, ? r-*:7cri _fi_n? ? -r.-r2_L_xs____.ES. Entered al the _?:. ? i-rey postoftiee as second cl&.s matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Oct. 4 1901. New Democrat ic Organization, As advertised, a meeting of tlie demo, rats of Highland was held on the ii81 ti ult. for Hie purpose of reorganisation After stating the tjbject of the meeting. Chairman S l> Sie?_r called L ll Stephenson Esq. to the chair. Mr Sieg then tendered his resignation as count)' chairman. liv cominittces from each district the following person, \vere elected members of the countv executive committee; Stonewall dist?Dr II H Jones. B I) Bradshaw and V Hnpman. Monterey dist?E I! McClintic, I L Beverage and E B .lones. Blue Grass (li^t?Ed Winier, P fl McNulty and E A Wade. A resolution by S VV Sterrett E (\ expressing appreciation for th) valuable services rendered bj the lute chairman, was adopte...

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

Highland Rbckodeu LOCAL NEWSL T-HSONAL ?lief Items of Interest to Home ^olks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. The stirring events ot' the next ten months that will fol low the present sad moments, will all be a co. ir .tte ly ..ivvn on the first page of the Recorder, Subscribe now. The Recorder 91* i>or year, twenty) live cents for three months. Recorder and Xe'w York,Th rice | a-week World 9170 per year. Circuit court proceedings cannot he given in this issac because of limited sj-ic'*. Mr an d Mrs Warii .lc Collin. of Crabbottom were lining Roma shop? ping in town Tuesday. Mrs Howard M Slaven lins ^ono C. Staunton to spend ti few days. Mm K ll Trimble Inn gone lo -pend some lime with her sister, Mis Kalah I Jump h<* ll who lives ni Boyds Tavern, Va. Iii.8 Phoeht J.mea left Wednes day ft r Stanutou lo spend a montli with friends, Street Hats. School Huts, Chi! \ .ren's ll,il-, Baby Cups, Boya Caps kin! Hats i.: Mrs. 8. W. Cru linnetts. Tiie jrr-."."' si ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 October 1901

Too KffVctl re. "John.*' said Mrs. Billus. after th taller had gone away. "I wish yo vouldn't bunch your blunders so." "What do you mean. Maria?" askc Mr. Billus. ''I didn't mind your telling her tha .ou were ten years older than I. bu .?ou followed it ui> a minute later b letting it slip out that you were fifty '.wu." .lean Thing. Rosalie?Have you chosen any t your bridesmaids yet? May?Yes. Fanny Lyon. Rosalie?Wily, I thought yon hate her. May?Xo, not exactly; but the bride? maids arc to wear yellow, and you can imagine how Unit will go with Fanny' complexion. .> rencheil Fool anil Auhl. CwreS l?; * M. Jacobs Oil. <r_.>T___t_N?A sbo*. time a%o I severcl; wrenched my foot and nu -le. Tho injnn was vi ry painful, hi. 1 the consequent llMOO venionee (being obliged tn keep to bu _nos? ?M very trying. A friend recommended St .Taro is Oil. and 1 take great pleasure in in forming you that ono application was . ufti ?i nt to effect a complet" cur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 October 1901

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. xxiii. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER ll, 1901 NO. 41. WOMAN KIDNAPPED AND THEN ROBBED. Plimd'T Amounting to Thousands of Dollars Recovered. WAS HELD CAPTIVE FOUR DAYS. The Story Told By the Vlctln Seemed So Unlikely That Ihe Police Did Not Believe lt to Be True?Several Newt paper Men, a Stenographer a Rd a flarb-r Comprised the Gan* Philadelphia, Pa. (Special).?Charged With kidnapping a woman and holding her a prisoner tor four day., robbing her Ot jewels worth more than $2000 and compelling her to sign bank checks for large sums of money, is the story which the police unfolded here when th?y re? nounced thc arrest of two newspaper men, a stenographer in another news? paper office and a barber, all of whom are charged with complicity in the crime. The men now locked up at the Cen? tral Police Station are Howard K. Sloan, an unemployed reporter; Henry Wallace, society editor of one of the morning newspapers; J. Knight Findlay, of Wayne, near here, ste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 October 1901

_3?rrifTl-_NP i___COi_Dl_R. 'i lmma, fl.OU . Year in Advance. ? issued cx-f. iril..v t veiling t/V W. i-f- I._..THENY, _t_;__ro_. _._ ._ _.r_r'-,_____-. pnleieci ki t...- M y postof&ceaa second <-.;. . watter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Oct. ll 1001, ls ii A;ia.chy? '! 1." little li.ihd fall of anarchists .'.i ti:!:' cou airy know tli.it tho kill? ing of a President doe* ni more tow a.d accomplishing their pnrpose i hun the taking ol' one drop of water fruin the ocean inan attempt to dry it. They know that tho machinery of this great republic will be stopped n >t foran instant, :ind Hied certain death i. their por? tion. They know, too, that winni they commit such an act the greal paper, wt the country will herald it irom shore to shore, and from country to country until tlie name Si the perpetrator and hi. picture, his life, the history of nis ancestor. -ano. everything connected with him, ure know ii in every civilized house? hold and it is for tiiis ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 October 1901

yy^jH 111 ii_i_^ria>_rgiiir-i'r^_-?_-_>-_er<j-. IIlGllJ_A_.D i_I_?-_01. ER LOCAL NEWsT PERSONAL Krktf Item, of Ittt--r.es. to Hom Folks About Their Friend. And. Acquaintances, The stirring events of the next few months that will fol? low the present sad moments, will <*'i bc accurately*, given on the first page ef thc Recorder. Subscribe now. The llecordei $1. per year, twenty live cents for three months. Recordei and New York,Thrice .a-week World #1,70 per year. Wood?that's what we said. Those ol or.r subscribers who de ?sire to pay their subscription ii wood, will say >. Contrary, No. Those ol our subscribers \\ ii>> an so desirous of -p .)_ng their sub? scription^ in wood that they n\il .deliver ihe sa.ne in n week or so, will please sa\ I. Contrary, No. A nico line nf men Vi and hoys hats ..nd cap. at L A. OriidorfFs. Mrs Dollv Kui .ton and So Law. renee were here Monday utleuding ie funeral of Mra Cook...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 October 1901

Ile Just Couldn't. , Pat Murphy had been out of work for some time and was a few weeks in ar? rears with his payments to his landlady. Finding np other employment, Pat de? termined to enlist, consoling himself with the thought that the life of a sol? dier would not be worse than being in .odgings. All went well till Pat was in the rank, for drill when the sergeant came up and called out. "Here, Murphy, throw out your chest." "Sony, sir, I can't," replied Pat. "Gull Why?" "Because my landlady has it, sir." Mr. Tl.iiii;.MHi's Trr.nbl. ?. When 1 came horne yesterday the maid met me nt the door. "Mr. Thommason." she said, "'some one with a bill was here yesterday." I glanced in the parlor and saw that tho room was full of neighbors. Some one with a bill?" I queried. 'Was it the lawyer?" No," answered Marie with a smile; 'u was the stork." 1 have since heard that some people >;y that the dialogue between the maid servant and myself was arranged before? hand, so as to give out ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 October 1901

HIGHLAND ECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER 18, 1901. NO. 42. PETER NISSEN LIVED IN JUE RAPIDS. raring Chicagoan Goes Through Ni? agara's Mad Waters. THE BOAT WAS BADLY DAMAGED. Once Diring Ihe Voyage He Was Thrown On His -cad?But (he Navigator Seems Little (li; Wors. for tils Thrilling Journe ?Failed to Take So.nJings?Much Anxious Ex? citement Anion^ tbe Spectators. Niagara Falls. N. V. (Special).?Peter Nissen, ol Chicago, made a successful trip through the whirlpool rapids in his boat called tlie "Foo! Killer." Never in the history cf rapids navi? gation, it is said, was a larger crowd of persons gathered to witness, such a per lOl marice, and the trip was enough to delight them all. The bridges, the cliffs and vantage points in the gorge were crowded, while down at the whirlpool other masses asembled to see Nissen do or die. The people stationed or. the bridges saw thc boat cross the river up near the falls about _*.i8 o'clock. Ft ran to the American side...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 October 1901

HhjHLAXJi Kl.CH.KDEK. Term., $1.00 a Year in Advance. I ?**_<?_ er.rv "ri .ar . .r-ri-ij. by W. -KC. JVC." "' .-_-_-_S7"!T, ? ? -_?-.__ a._..t- ? v-_r-_.TC_rr.rr3. Enteicd at the Monterey postoffice as second cla.^s matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Oct 18 1901. Will the Chesapeak and \Ye..ter_ Rai! .Road be cxtende.!? This question is verv satisfactory an^vveref. in last we<-Vs issue of the Harrisonburg Evening News, in part as follows: ^'Unless something untoward Lap pens, the ushering in of another "month will witness Hie completion of the fourteen ni ile extention that, the Chesapeake Western Company is building from Bridgewater to .Stokes City, n piece of railroad that 'is nit .mutely going to form ft part of a road from tidewater to slack water. ; The railroad si!nation has un? doubtedly reached i.hat stage where this ena no longer be doubted. The care with which the engineering work from Bridgewater to Stokes City was done shows that the com? pany are build...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 October 1901

Highland Rjbci&odei. jLOCALNEWS. __Er.SOI.AL Itrlef Items of Interest to Uoim *V?His About Their Friends Ami Acquaintances. Wood?that's what we said. Those of our subscribers who de? sire to pay their subscription iii 'wood, will sac f. Contrary, No. Those ot our s i .scriber, who ar? no desirous of paying their sob PCripltoil* in wood tii.it they will deliver the same in . week or so, will please say I. Contrary, No. Mr Gib Siple of McDowell was Up Monday. A full H??# of walking and dress fiats at Bishop's. Mr D W Peterson is weighing tip sheep hen* tmluv. Mr and Mm Anio. Sponaugle of Cave, were in town Thursday. Mr J F Carter of Doe Hill made a business trip to Wast Va. this week, A nice line of men*, aud boys' hats and cap* at L A. OrndorfFs. Mr and Mrs C S McClintic of liol ar sp.ut Tuesday in town with friend!., Miller Bishop and Dick Ornm tnett raised some sure .lough pea? nuts. Mr Janies Gillespie has the con? tract fut' tin* stone work of the Bu? lar hotel. John ...

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