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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 November 1901

THE POWER OF HOPE. Dr. Talmajc Says No Better Medicine Did a Man Ever Take. Forgive the Reptatant-The Perfect Life to Come*'Cultivate Hope. I [Copyright, IBO..) 'Washington, D. C.?In this discourse Ur. lttlmage would lift people out of de? spondency and bring something of future loy into earthly depression. The text if Hebrews vi, 19, "Which hope." -?*__?_? ftn Atlantic Ocean of depth and fullness ki the verse from which my text is taken, and 1 only wado into thc wave at the beach and take two words. We have all favorite words ex? pressive of delight or abhorrence, words that easily find their way from brain to lip, words thai have in them mornings nnd midnights, laughter and tears, thun? derbolts and dewdrops. In all the lexi? cons and vocabularies there aro few words that have for me the attractions of thf last word of my text, "Which hope." There have in the course of our life been many good angels of God that have looked over our shoulders, or met us on the road, or chanted the ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 November 1901

* HIGHLAND VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 29,1901. NO. 18. A RAIN OF IRON POURED BY LIBERALS Alban's Troops Beaten Off by Terrific Kif le Fire af Perequete. EASY TARGET FOR THE LIBERALS. A Number of Ills Men on the Gunboat Boyaca Wounded-Two Schooners Sent Ahead of the Gunboat Go Aground?The Liberals Claim That Three Hundred of General Alban's Force Were Captured. Colon, Colombia. (By Cable).?Many versions arc current, ail biased in favor of thc Liberals, regarding thc where? abouts and fate nf General Alban's ex? pedition, which left Panama on Sunday last Thc following is the most authen? tic and plausible: On arriving off Pere? quete, distant about 30 miles from Pan? ama, and io miles beyond Chorrera, as thc crow flics, General Alban, on the gunboat Boyaca, sent forward two schooners, which grounded. The lib? erals on bind immediately poured a terrible rifle fire upon these vessels, ing much havoc on b 'ard. General .': hen ordered the Boyaca's boats to , the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 November 1901

iLxVXi) Recokdeb IV rms, * 1.00 a Year in Advance. Is-.n?l ?r?r\ Fridav trrninROv w. Ht. acyiTHSinr, .nteicct at the Monteray postottice af 9?cond clavss matter. Monterey, Ya., PrMay, Nov. 29, 190 Representative Grosvenor wiys "Congress will no more umen.1 Un tariff khan lite ten commandments.' Western dealers aro trying t? corner the e<r?? market. They pro eet*d liv getting Imlf ? million easei ol' eggs w cold storage. A Letter rrom Kansas. We are in rejept of a letter from our old friend and former High* jauder, Mr. George W.Taylor, who is living at Parsons, Kansas. His ii.dined to fuss at US for not 11av ing our railroad completed so he cnn muka us a visit, ll lie eau trait u few mure months, he will be granted that blessed privilege and we hope lie "ill not fail tc come. Mr. Taylor lias lind sickness in Ins family, find in addition lias, on account of the drought, had to drive his stork ti mile each day. to irater, His ruin since the first ol li av not being sufficien...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 November 1901

Highland Ueckoder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Frank Wilson is in from Cass for a fsw days. Miss Mary ll. Swink of near Lex? ington is visiting ber amit, Mrs L A Orndorff. Messers Wm E Fleisher, C S Peterson, A P Arbogast and others kindly remembered us this week. A full line of men's and bo)'s C ips at Orndorff's. Miss Gertrude Hull of Williams? ville, is visiting Monterey friends. Mrs. Daisy Slaven will serve oysters eyers Saturday night, from 7 to 10. Over-shirts, under-shirts, work? ing pants, a nice line at J. A. Whitelaw's. Mr. Billie Bland quit carpenter? ing long enough, to kill a 132 pound buck Mr E A Dudley's team took a load of tipples to Staunton this week. I have on hand a number of large size boots and shoes for men (from 9 to H's), which I will sell cheap for cash. L. A. Orndorff. Kev John Ruff has received a call to Cook's church in Rocking? ham county. . Mr G W Ilevenerand family ar. rived h?re ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 November 1901

When Yon Order Baker's Chocolate or Baker's Coco examine the package you receive ani make sure that It bears the well kuowi trade-mark ol the chocolate girl. Ther are many imitations of these choic goods on the market. A copy of Mis Parloa's choice recipes will be Ben free to any housekeeper. Addres .Walter Baker & Co., Ltd., Dorchestei Mass. The discovery in Palestine of valua ble mineral treasures making it prob able that there will soon bo an indus trial awakening of tho Holy Land. In India a box of 720 safety matchei imported from Sweden or Belgium cai be bought for three cents. Had SIrn. "Philadelphia politicians, then, an very corrupt? "Oh, yes! Tammany Hall could gc over there and run a reform movement.' ?From Puck. "My wife had a deep-seated cough for three years. I purchased two bottles of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, I large size, and it cured her com pletely." J. H. Burge, Macon, Col. Probably you know of cough medicines that re? lieve little coughs, all coughs, ex...

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

?> HIGHLAND r RECORDER VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. DECEMBER 6,1901. NO. 49. THE DEADLY CRASH OF FERRYBOATS A Number of Lives Are Lost in San Francisco Bay. PASSENGERS RESCUED BY ROPES. A Terrific Crash Followed by a Scene of Wild Confusion?Two Hundred Passengers on the Steamboat That Went Down, But lt ls Believed That the Loss of Life Will Not Exceed Twenty. San Francisco, Cal., (Special).?Thc ferryboats Sausalito and San Rafael Col? lided in a dense fog. and the San Ra? fael sunk in between io and 15 minutes. It is thought that not more than 20 per? sons were drowned, although the San Rafael carried between 150 and 200 pas? sengers. Thc Sausalito was not serious? ly injured, and after rescuing all the pas? sengers on the San Rafael that she could she proceeded to San Francisco under her own steam. The boats belonged to the San Francisco and North Pacific Railway. They plied between San Fran? cisco and Sausalito, a suburb across the bay in Marin county. At...

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

Hiuuland Recokdek Ttrmt, $1.00 a Year in Advance. A Issued every Fdtlav cretting'bT W. K. Jw*/ 1 -TIKlsrY, Entered at thc Mono-icy pontofflceai second class matter. Bonterey, Ya.. Friday, Dec 0, 190 The Latest Plan. Mr. Preston hus offered 10 th constitutional convention u nev suffrage plan, which, in addition t< orher qualification?, contains tin tallowing jiroyisions submitted: 4 A ?He shall have heretofore served, in time of war, iu the iirnn <;r navy of the United Stales, or ol some state of the United States and have been honorably discharg? ed from suth service; or MB?.He shall have Leen entitled ou the first day of January, 1850 *w? at any time prior thereto, t( yo.te^or own property, under Uh laws of the .-tate of the Uniter! States wherein he then resided; ot "C? He shall have heretofore and since the first day of January 1855, have been regularly enrollee and enlisted in the active militia oi this state; or "D?Ile shall have, prior t. the first day of...

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

__ ....... Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWS. Brief Items of Interest lo ll omi *V>11is About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mrs. L McClung is visiting he sister rn Missouri. If you have a dollar to spend fo goods, go to Wilson first. Mr. John Low-man of Dayton i visiting li is aunt, Airs. G. J lliiu-r Mr. Jus. Botkin is clerking fo Trimble and Lunsford. Sheriff J. Ed Ar bogus t startei Thursday with Wm. Minor, color ed, to the reform school near Kich mond, Just receiyed, a fine lot. of ladies Lorngnette gold tilled guard chain* H. M. Slaven. Cake, sandwiches, pickles, candy nuts, apples, pop con., all accepta Ile at the Measuring Social. Dr. Charlo* B. Koa is spending the week at th? home of his parent) near Charlottesville. Yes, 1 am paying Se per ll), foi good turkeys, and 20c per doz. foi eggs. Top prices for game. W. H. Wilson. Select Oysters served, the bes market alfords. Come around Sal nrday night, tho 7th. Mrs, Dais; Slaven. Kev K L EuUler will preach a Rohobeth ll...

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

KU R.ere-.tlon*. "While it ls true," the voice on the ve? randa was heard saying, "as Phillips Brooks so finely expressed it in sub? stance, that toleration is merely the re? sult, whereas tolerance is the spirit that causes it, yet it is also true, as Heine so happily observes?" 'Ticklowell," called out his mother. "I told you to go out of doors and amuse yourself." "That is what I am doing, mamma," replied the little Boston boy.?Chicago Tribune. Impertinent Question. "I maintain," bhe said, raising her voice, "that the old and oft-repeated as? sertion that women talk more than men has no foundation whatever in fact!" "Then, why," asked the man in thc case, "is our common language universal? ly called 'mother tongue?'" lure. Hloori Poi.nn, Cancer, Ulcers, Euaema, Etc.?medicine Sent Free. If you have offensive pimples or eruption!?, uloers on any pa.'t of tho body, aching bones sr Joints, falling hair, mucous patches, swol? len glands, skin Hokfli and burns, sore lips or triiim, eat...

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

jp HIGHLAND VOL. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., DECEMBER 13, 1901. NO. 50. THE PRESIDI Recommendations to Congress Concer ia; Needed Legislation. WORK OF DEPARTMENTS REVIEWE President Roosevelt Pays Glowing Tribute the Late Pre-idem McKinley ? Fedei Courts Should Be Given Jurisdiction Ov Any Man Who Kills or Attempts to Kill tl President?Peace and Prosperity?Wag Worker and Farmer?Industrial Develo merit and the Trusts?Insular Possessioi ?Civil Service Law?Peace With All tl Nations. Following is the first annual message in part, of President Roosevelt to tb Congress of the United States: To the Senate and House of Represer tatives: Thc Congress assembles this year ur der a shadow of a great calamity. O the sixth of September, President Mi Kinley was shot by an anarchist whil attending the Pan-American Expos tion at Buffalo, and died in that cit on the fourteenth of that month. Of the last seven efected President he is the ehird who has been murder ed, and the bare recital of ...

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

Highland Recorder, * 'la- -?1.00 a Year in Advance. }1 ?;rv Friilav c vening bV Tr. ' _>S***B jr-:~2::EP.. 3 lei ed si the Montr-rev postoffice as? second class matter. ty, Va., Friday, Dec. 13, 1901 i he fact thal most ol' Senator Haili i's appointees were or tlie ti ive partisan'1 claw makes it fur Mr. Roosevelt to kill two bird-: with OM ?taff';'the Hanna machine and violators'ol the civil servi - law. Mr. K -isi'velt has been credited with au ambition tn capture the solid South and control the nation* ril'uv.chine and now the English He vie* of lieviews comes foward with the suggestion that by the exertion of a little diplomacy he /may capture Great Britain aud her colonies and unite all in one grand republic. ?-n>?. it is announced that .rn arrange? ment has bren made bv which the mme building, mechanical appli? ances! Cvc. will be used in the issu? ing of the Richmond Dispatch and tbe Richmond News. The Staunton Daily News, which has al ways been favorabl...

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

jm bi ni Highland Reoroder LOC AGNEWS. PERSONAL .Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr. Dock Terry called to see us recently. Mr John Kramer and boy* were over Thursday. i Ice ten indie* thick was taken here the last week in November. Mr. S. W. Cram meit made atrip to Franklin this week. II. Il, Slaven ia pushing a nice Xmas trade in jewell y. Dr. Chas. li. Fox and Mr. Eu? gine Rodgers have returned from a trip East. Mr. Jacob ibavener of ('rabi ot tom was over Thursday. Accom? panied by Kev. Mr. Compton. The Meeting of the Hoard of Supervisors brought several persons to town Thursday. Mr. Wm. Hevener of Crabbot? tom attended the Grand Lodge of Masons at Richmond last week. Yes, I am payiu>* 8c per lb. for good turkeys, and 20c per doz. for eggs. Top prices for game. W. ll. Wilson. Mr. Henry Slaven called recent? ly iind renewed his subscription and his surveyor's card. Thanks. Select Oysters served, the best market affords. Come ...

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

33SSH " I had a most stubborn cough for many years. It deprived me of sleep and 1 grew very thin, I then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and was quickly cured.'' R.N.Mann, Fall Mills, Tenn. Sixty years of cures and such testimony as tho above have taught us what Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will do. We know it's the great? est cough remedy ever made. And you will say so, too, after you try it. There's cure in every drop. Three sizes: 25c, 50c, $1. Ail _a-;!"ts. Comult your doctor. If lo say* Uko then do as lie sayt. It !.-.< tells you not to take lt, then don't talio it. Ho knows. Leave lt with him. Wo are willina. J. C. AYKIt CO., Lowell, Maia, ~???*<*_?_w3r___g_*' Kecne as a Humorist, James R. Keen was asked the other day by a lady for a "point" on a certain stock that he is reported to be manipu? lating in his own peculiar way of a lighting change from the bear to the bull side. "There are times," he said, gallantly, "when one must keep his plans to him? self. When ...

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

_. XXIII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND GOUIfrY, VA.. DECEMBER 20, 1901. NO. 51. & fPHE imperial "child to whom" thc ~ wise men brought ' Their gifts, and worshipped in His lowly nest, '_" > v ~*"* r*_ -*'"?-'-' Gave no'gift back."" It was Himself they sought, *"**_"*vr. .].. ""_t^?_._ _ _ ' . And finding Him, were sated in ".their quest. Their gifts, not expectation, but their joy" expressed, Nowfwas_ the "world's Jong yearning satisfied I Now was~ the prize !oj\g waited __ for possessed! J {Thsk ajttajnunt lovefuruiiurred by lust or ppde.\ Be it sb withburs: our aim, not debts to pay, Nor^any. recompense save love_to^ whv> Nor any "grosser* feeling tojeonvey -' *-<...-' ?' *c_ C? -, -??<-*;..."": _,'- _ Than brought the jwise_ men's gifts to Bethlehem's inn., Those, rat? we bcstfthat.no return afford ; _ '**?^", a ~ . ,_???*._..._.? ?? Save the "pure sense of having found our Lord u&% ?From Harper's Weekly. Th* Cblonel/s Chr...

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

ilUHhABD ltJ2COJiDE_ Ti-rma, $100 a Year in Advance. laatted ertrr Friflav evening ot W. _-. haZJLVttUaVt*)*lfg ateie.1 at the M?_^? i*-y postofilce a <fcumU$ua matter. loitcrey, Vi., Friday, DO / Oood Bye A>r 1901. -fha Recorder says good bye t /f?*j readers for the year of 1901. Next weeli it will take its liol ida*/ with Hie rest of the folks. Wu wish all our readers ge n ti in 1 ippy Christmas. Get up a case 0 ??eal good cheer. Try and get th kind that is contagous and give it t every body you meet. It has beei demonstrated that genuine happi ness is cont igous and we can hop for nothing better for our reader than an epidemic to spread anions them. We hope to be with yon agaii Jan. 3, 1902, The Schley Verdict. Wasl.i igton, D. C. Dec. 14-1 l's said today the Anding to tin Schley couit which was iiufayorabh to the Ad minti except as to tin minority report made by Dewey i.s almost certain to result iti fur? ther envestigation of Schley's cast by congress. A m...

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

[GHLAXD RECRODER LOCAL NEWS. Club with the Home Mag? azine, and the New York Tribune Farmer. Anyone can got the Recorder Ind either of the aboye for 81.50 >r all throe for $2.00 cash. Then jon will have the home plews, a beautifully illustrated Magazine, abounding in choice fic? tion and timely articles on current events and a 20 page, weekly paper, that tells you about farming, stock raising, caring for poultry aud the dairy, a page each for children and ladies, short stories aud much other desirable reading. Send a postal card to The Home Magazine, 99 Nassua street, New York (.'itv and to the Tribune Far? mer, New York City, will bring you copies of both. Get them and see if vou are not pleased with our combination. The Recorder and The Home Magazine 1 year $1 50. The Recorder and New York Tribune Farmer 1 year $1.50. The Recorder. The Home Mi'ga 7.ine and the New York Tribune Fanner 1 year (2.00. gy-ggw*****-*"1 i. PERSONAL amt Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks Abo...

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

Tetterlne In Tann. "I enclose 50o. in stamps. Mail me one or f two boxes of Tetttrint, whatever the price; j Wt all rrftht?doe*, the work."?Wm. Schwarz, ? Gain-rtviUe, Texas. 60c. a box by mail from J. T. Shuptrine Savannah, Ga., if your drug j gist don't keep lt._ \l IA first-class telescope costs $100,000 to j "build, and $90,000 to house appropriately, A ChrLtmas Philosopher : Y> Tie asks three great gifts?Health, Wealth and Happiness! Then give him Garflfld Tea, it bringa Good Health, promotes Happiness and makes the pursuit of Wealth possible. A married man's love doesn't grow cold bo long as his breakfasts are kept warm. BM?MM?j? iii i w j Long Hain "About a year ago my hair was coming out very fast, so I bought fl a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor. It I stopped the falling and made my hair grow very rapidly, until now lt ls 45 inches in length."?Mrs. A. Boydston, Atchison, Kans. There's another hunger than that of the stomach. Hair hunger, for instance. Hungry hair nee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 January 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxiii. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA,, JANUARY 3.1902. NO. 52. TAREE MEN RULED BY ANEXPLOSIOF Accident at Old Furnace itt Town c Sharpsviilc. WERE BURNED BEYOND RECOGNITA Shock Felt Fourteen Miles Distant?A Passen ger Train Which Pass.d About a Quark of a Mlle From the Scene of the Explosiol at the Time of the AcciJcnt Was Swnyci By the Force of thc Explosion. Sharpsville, Pa. (Special.)?An explo sion at thc old Sharpsville furnaci ?wrecked the furnace plant and killee three men. Another workman was prob ably fatally injured. The men were working at the top ol the furnace when the explosion occurred and Clay, Dickson and Bartlett wen burned to death. Their bodies wen recovered at 9 o'clock. Donnelly wai injured by jumping. The cause of the explosion is not known. No estimate has been made a; yet of the loss. Scranton, Pa. (Special.)?An explo sion in thc barrel mill of the Moosie Powder Company at its Jermyn work; wrecked the mill and several adjoining building...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 January 1902

atfMamamaaaaafaaamaamfm w ? ?"ri? ft JU ULAND KECOKDEK. Teymf, fl,00 a Year in ^lvance. I?su*d er/crv Fridav tvenlngbj TV. I_. JS_A TMJLKJ *, ^ateied nt the Monterey post office a? second class matter. Mojtfejrey, Va., Friday, Jan. 8, 190S A Change of Base. For many years Harrisonburg Jias been the principle horse market for our county and we buy some Rockingham county buggies, but when that's said all is said. Lately though, since it is more than likely J hat Highland and Rockingham will be connected by a railroad onr people are becoming more and more interested: in the doings of their wealthy neighbor just over the Shenandoah. ft must be that they ure beginning to realize that it jvjll not be ninny months until th*1 grading Hill not be confined to the Harrow limit of a few buggies and horses. Harrisonburg, backed up by the rich, broad acres of Rockingham-, is already a busy little city. Its papers -.-ive out a ring of prosperi? ty and steady growth, and every step it has taken lat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 January 1902

Highland Recrodei LOCAL NEWS. We Club with the Home Mag .azjne, and the New York Tribune Farmer. Anyone can get the Record) and either of the ahoye for $l.f or all tiiree for 12.00 cash. Then you will have the hon news, a beautifully illustrate magazine, abounding in choice fit tion and timely articles on currei events and a 20 page, weekly papt that tells you about farming, stoc raising, caring for poultry and til <luir\, a page each for children an Indies, short stories and much ot lie desirable reading. Send a postal card to The Hom Magazine, 90 Nassua street, Ne1 York City and to the Tribune Fal mer, New York City, will brio you copies of both. Grt them and see if von are nc pleased with our combination. The Recorder and The Hom Magazine 1 year (1.30. The Recorder and New Yoi Tribune Farmer 1 year $1.50. The Recorder. The Home Mega lille and the New York Tri bu ll Farmer 1 year $2 00. ??gp ' ? PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Hom Folks About Their Friends And Acqua...

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