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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 January 1902

THE FOLLY OF^ BOASTING Dr. Talmage Says History ls Full of Instances Showing h'ow Arrogance Was Rebuked. We Had Belter Underrate Than Overrate Ourselves. Washington, D. C.?While this dis? course of Dr. Talmage rebukes arrogance it encourages humanity and chows how the evening of life may be brightened. The text is I Kings xx, ll, "Let not him that girdeth on his harness boast himself as he that putteth it off." Harness is thc obsolete word for armor, lt means harness for the man, not harness for the beast; harness for battle, not har? ness for the plow. The ancient armor consisted of helmet for the head, breast? plate and shield for the heart, greaves for the feet. The text makes a comparison between a mau enlisting for some war and a veteran returning, the one putting od the armor aud the other putting it off. Benhadad, the King of Syria, thought he could easily overcome the King ot Is? rael. Indeed, the Syrian was so sure of the victory that he spread an ante-bellum banquet. "With...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 January 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JANUARY 10,1902. NO. t, MR. CARNEGIE'S SPLENDID GIFT Formal Incorporation of the Institution in Washing on. NO CONGRESS ONAL INTERFERENCE. Mr. Carnegie Will Not Give the Ten Mil? lions to '.he Government, as Was Originally itcnded, Cut to a Corporation Selected Ijrnself, Which Met and Adopted Arti -Incorporation. C., (Special).?The ^accepting Mr. Andrew 'offer of $10,000,000 to the United States Government as an endow? ment fund for the promotion of higher education was taken here, when articles were filed with the Recorder of Deeds of thc District of Columbia for the Car? negie Institution. 'Thc iticorporators are: John Hay, Secretary of State. Edward D. White, Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Daniel Coit Gilman, late President of the Johns Hopkins University. Charles D. Walcott, superintendent of the Geologic;'.! Survey. John S. Billing'-', cx-Surgeon-General of the Navy. Carroll D. Wright. Commissioner of Lab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 January 1902

II Hi ULAM) ltKCOKDEK. I?rms, $1.00 a Year In Advance. Inued every Friday c yening l>v W. Ht. T&A TI-EISTY, ts:Tea a-xt-^ r rymtUSMMSBS*. Xnleied at the Monterey post office as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday. Jan. IO, 1902 The beigh! of it bee nt minded? ness seems to baie been reached Uv a Philadelphia phyeicinn who scratched bis llt*se willi n vaccine point. Of course, "it tonk". President Roosevelt recently par? doned ii convict because lie was dy? ing of consumption and a New York detective, willi a requisition from Governor Odell, immediately rearrested bint. The Cost of Tunnels. In Comparing Hie four great tun? nels of the world there ia seen tn lie a very remarkable decrease in time and cost of the successive works. The lloosafl I ii n ne| in Massachusetts the oldest of the four, cost $37? a foot; the Mont Cenis of Europe, the next iii date cost$850 a foot; the St Gothart! like wise in the old world co*d -*~'-J(.J and the Aldbergcost only ?i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 January 1902

Highland Reckodeh LOCAL NEWS. We Club with the Home Mag? azine, and the New York Tribune Farmer. Anyone can got tlie Recorder and either of the above for $1.50 or all throe for 12.00 cash, Then you will have the home news, a beautifully illustrated magazine, abounding in choice fic? tion and timely articles on current events and a 20 page, weekly naper, that tells yon about farming, stock raising, caring for poultry and the dairy, a page each for children and ladies, short stories and much other desirable reading. Send a postal ci r,l to. The Home Magazine, DU Nassua street. New York City and to the Tribune Far ler, New York City, will bri??g ipies of both, them and see if von are not th our combination. >rdt?r and The Home |??ar *l 50. corder mil New York ri bu ne Farmer 1 year $1.50. The Recorder, The [Ionic Mvga tine and the New York Tribune Farmer 1 year $2 00. ^""*-*"-*?^~"~?^~~~~~~~~? li ? isl ?? mis l ? PERSONAL Rrief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Fri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 January 1902

Tha rubliolty of lt. "You oughtn't to have turned me down that way, Luella," said young Spoonamorc. as they rode home from the swell party. "In what way?" innocently asked Misi Quickstep. "Kept me dancing attendance on you all evening, and when I tried to talk to you, as I did several times, you turned your back on me. ls that the way all young women treat the men they're en? gaged to marry?" "Y&s, if thc men arc too fresh." "Was I tee fresh ?" "A little, dear." "Did you want to humiliate me beforv all those people?" "Oh, no," she said, lightly. "But you needed the treatment?or suppose we call it an operation?and I had to per? form the operation. Il everybody saw it I couldn't help it." "So you call it an operation do you?" he 6aid, glaring at her in the darkness of the carriage. "Well, it was more than that I" "What was it?" "It was a clinic!" And they rode on in silence. An Ba*Mrar*sf*lag Trude Outlook. It was in thc morning hours of "bake day" in the lillie out-of-the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 January 1902

HIGHLAND RDER vol. xxiv. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JANUARY 17,1902. NO. 2, FAMILY CREMATED IN A BURNING BOUS Fainer, Molher and Five Children Ai Burned to Death. BUILDING WRECKED BY EXPLOSIO? Joseph Supowski, Who Owned Hie Buildioj and Kari Brackl, His Brother In-U* Have Been Arrested Pending an Investigr Hon?Supowskl Carried an Insuance ( $9009 on lhe Building and hs Contents. Buffalo, N. Y.. (Special).?Henr Pearlstein, bis wife and five childrer ranging in age from l3_ to 12 yean were burned to death in a fire that de stroyed a two-story frame building hen Joseph Snpowski, who owned th building, and Karl Bracki. bis brother in-law. have been arrested pending a investigation. Snpowski carried an in surance of $0,000 on the building an its contents. The Pearlsteins and another famil; lived in rooms above the shoe store ani were asleep when thc fire started. Su powski told thc police that he accident ally dropped a lamp. A few minutes after thc fire Mgai there was a loud explos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 January 1902

IT I ***_ ii ni ?fr ;i ?? i ii ir*****-_i?***r_*rrr-" or il LAND RECORDER. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued rrcrv Friday tvi-ninjibv VT*. "El. MATTI > I>TY, . utered at the Monterey postoflice a? second class matter. lcntcrey, Va., Friday, Jan. 17, 1902 The constitutional convention luis done but. ono thing tliat con? cerns Hightails* in particular, and that is in the arrangement of the counties in judicial circuit*. And that one thing our people will not like one bit. instead of placing Highland where it naturally be? longs willi Augusta and Hocking* 'liam or both we have been tacked onto Bal lr, Alletfliliaj*, Craig and Botetourt?a long string nilli Highland at the little end. Members of the convention Quarter and Kettie knew where Highland properly belonged and favored it's being placed wi til Au? gusta, but our representative. Mr. Anderson would have it the other way. From this it seems that dis? interested parlies have been more mindful of our intere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 January 1902

?UV mu i ni,, -3 iisii.???nm.ogs Highland IJeckodkk LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mrs. Isabella Johnston, of Frank? lin, we are pleased to see is will ns Emin, at the home of Air. L. A Orndorrr. Mr. E. B Jones was engaged in the McDowell J. P. court, one dav this week. Rev. R. L. Eutsler will -preach at Rehobeth at ll a. m. Sunday, the 19th, and at Green Mill at 3 p. in. the latter a sacramental service. A message hy 'phone from the Warm Springs announces the fact that Dr. Mann Page is quite ill from pneumonia. Mr Albert Slin'l/.. nu excellent, young, Staunton business man re? mains in a serious condition from appendicitis. Richard Croker has resigned the leadership of Tammany Ililli, and Lewis Nixon, a ah if. ?builder and native Virginian takes his place. In well informed circles doubt is expressed as to the reappointment of Col. S. Brown Allen to the mar* shallship of the western district. Considerable opposition,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 January 1902

B. B. B. SENT FREE I Curci lllood and Skin Diseases, Cancers, Bone Pains, Itching Hiuikms, Ktc. Send no money, simply try Botank Blood Balm at our expense. B. B. B. cur63 Pimples, ?cabby, ocaly, itching Eczema, Ulcers, Eating Sores, Scrofula, B'.ood Fei-;on. Bone Pains, Swellings, Rheumatism, Cancer, anti all Blood and Skin Troublos. Especially ad risad for chronic casca that doctor*, patent _sdioin?3 an" Hot Springe fail to ouro or help. Druggists, $1 per large bottle. To prove it cures, B. B. B. sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., 12 Mitch-sll St., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and fros medical advice sont in sealed letter. Modicino sent at once, prepaid. AU wo aik is that you will speak ? good word for B. B. B. when cured. There is $5,000,000 worth of exempt {>roperto of thc State of New York in the )ity of New York. Eczema nnd Tetter. Eczsma and Tatter are torturingly disgust? ing ; one ointment only eurea them ; its name i3 Tetterine. 50o. a box by mail from J. T. S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 January 1902

/ HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxiv. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 2), 1902. NO. 3, THE PANAMA ROUTE IS RECOMMENDED Supplemental Report of the Canal Commission. SELL FOR FORTY MILLION DOLLARS Tba Report ia Very Long, Going Into All thc Phases of the Question, add Attempts to Meet the Objections That Any Legal Com? plications Will Arise Out of the Purchase? the Report Sent to President Roosevelt. Washington, D. C., (Special).?The supplemental report of the Isthmian Canal Commission on the proposition of the Panama Canal Company to dispose (| its property to the United States for $40,000,000, has been delivered to Presi? dent Roosevelt. The members of the commission refuse to discuss the nature of the report, and like reticence was maintained at the White House, but it was stated on excellent authority that the report unanimously recommends that the ofter of the Panama Company be ac? cepted. The report, it is stated, is very volumi? nous, going into all phases of the ques? tion an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 January 1902

Ui myland Recorder. l\ : fcl.00 a Yeariu Advance. in V b is \ '?tried ererv FrirOv.' (trainebf W_ IT.. TVT " T11ENY, iWTon .*_-_ i ":__isrr?2?. e Monterey poptofhee as it second class matter. Monterey. Va., Friday, .Ian. 24, 1902' >< ti ti America's cl.ief industrial infant, J christened the Steel Trust, han an? nounced a proHf tor the past niue j mont ha of $$5.779.2-?8. Dr. George M. Gould, ns a result of caral ulljf compiled statistics pluc* | es Mic cost <>!' sickness and death in j the- United Slates nt $2,077,500.000j per ribi"":. or neerly $43 for every : lunn woman hui] child in the couu-l fry. Mr. Joh ii Wanamaker of Phila dolphin carries the largest life in* ouranee policv in America; The late Frank II. Peavj carried the .second largest policy which was, over $1,000,000. There is no buni? ne i; 'I.'' country which absorbs tiie savings of the people to tho, same extent ns life insurance nnd tiie advocates of govern rn eu tal in? s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 January 1902

?r Highland Beciiodeii LOCAL NEWS. PEKNONAL Brief Items of Interest lo Hom Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Several drummer* spent Sunda at the Couinierciul. Mr. Joh Echard made a basinet trip to Staunton this week. Bad weather cuts down the loci col u tun. Mr. Chas. T. Bird of Buck Cree spent Tuesday nignt in Mon tere i Mr. II. S. Crowley of Pinckne braved the storm and came to tow Wednesday. Ile thou-ht kind! of us too w hile heie. H<v. R. L. Eutaler is doing jw toral work in the Back Creek sec tion this week. One of Mr Albert Waggoner' children Was right Sick ia>t week Also two of Mr ir-nm Sn ni pion1 chil dren, scarlet*emt being thetronbb but ure improving. Picture mouldings, a new line o narrow black mid other kinds al ways on hand sit A. C. SuddaithV Mr Taylor Townsend spent W eil Destiny night in Monterey. In the Balli county curt las week, Atlortiet .lames Lightuer r Wami Springs, wi* tined $40 um costs for wounding with a shot gun Mr. Thoma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 January 1902

Too Modi for 'lui. "I see that thirteen lynchers have ?cen arrested in California." "I suppose you want me to say it s an uifocky number." "No. I was going to say that twelve -.-cak jurymen can doun thirteen husky lynchers at r.ny time." "I have used Avert Hair Vigor for thirty years, lt is elegant for a hair dressing and for keeping thc hair from splitting ct (he ends."? J. A. Gruenenfelder, Grantfork, 111. Hair-splitting splits friendships. If the hair? splitting is done on your own head, it loses friends for you, for every hair of your head is a friend. Ayer's Hair Vigor in advance will prevent the splitting. If the splitting has begun, it will stop it. $..00 a bo!.'.':. Ail IfflftWa. I your diuKsri*!- cannot Fupply pend us ono dohar and v.e will express rou a bouio. Ile sure and ~ivc tho nama ot your nearest expg?*.i i alee, fi ddr^s J. C. AYES CO., Lowren, Mas - ****m******-?- '-"'rrmBrnf Small crops, unsalable veg? etables; result from want of Vegetables arc especially fond of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 January 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 31, t%2. NO. i. WAR'S TERRIBLE COSTTO BRITAIN Appalling Figures of Hie Contest in South / frica. 1,000 OFFICERS, 18,000 MEN DEAD. Including Those Taken Prisoners and the Thousands Invalided Home, thc Los?es in Dead and Incapacitated Foot Up Nearly 84,000 Officers and Men- Cost of the War Will Exceed $1,220,000,000. London (By Cable).?When it be? came known last week that pence over? tures had been made by agents of the Afrikanders and rejected by his Maj? esty's government, Brittons again began to count the cost of thc war. To help them they had this statement on British casualties issued by the War Office and covering the entire period of thc war np to the end of December, iooi : Officers. Men. Killed in action. 469 4.7(2 Died of wounds. 161 1,635 Died in captivity. 5 97 Died of disease. 276 10.997 Accidental deaths. 20 542 Total deaths in S. Africa. 9.?l 18,033 Missing and prisoners, ex? cluding those who have be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 January 1902

iiiuuland Recorder Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. l-sur.l every Ki,-.' iv t vining by W. HC. 3VJ I'HENY, *3JTSI? Ja.XTSp. T -y 3-3 J-T ss xx Eire. Xnteied at the Monterey postofiice a? second class molter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Jan. 31, 190 County Bonds May Be Called In At a recent meeting of the Boan of Supervisor* J. M. Colaw, Com monwealth's Attorney, was direct ed to prepare a suitable act, foi passage by the State Legislature authorizing the Houri] of Supervi pors to retire the present bonds ol the county known as the "High* land County Railroad Bond*/1 ant to issue in their stead bondi at ; lower rate of interest, if in tin judgment of the Board it shal deem advisable. Should this be carried throng!: it would result in saving the coun? ty something like 1480 a year which amount could be used quit( advantageously on the public roads. Augusta, Rockingham and Rock bridge will constitute our new ju? dicial circuit, the question will soon be asked who will constitute our new judg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 January 1902

Highland Ueckodek LOCAL NEWS TERMINAL Brief Items of Interest to Homo Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr. W. A. Cunningham made a basiness trip to Staunton this week. Mr. ,1. Cliff Matheny and bride are expected home Saturday. A nice line of men's nnd boy's gloves just received at L. A. Orn dorftV Mr. Geo. W. Heyener started Tuesday on another trip to Lou? doun county. Mr. M. F. Wiley of Hendricks. \V. Va. made a business trip to Highland last week. Mr. .1. Burner Wilson of Doe Hill neighborhood spent a night recently with Mr. S. W.Crummett. A nen l<d of ladies1 kid gloves in blacks, tans and browns. L. A Omdorff. Rev. W. M. Compton will preach at New Chm ch on Sunday, Fe' . 2d at ll a. m. and at Central at 'o' p ill. During Ihe past week we have had but little cold weather yet it liam been rendered very disagreeable by the falling of snow, rain and sleet. Mrs. Lou Arbogaat of Forks ol' Water visited her sister, Mrs. S. W. Crummett Sat unlay. Distinct earthqu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 January 1902

Hts Father Wran a Juror. Secretary of thc Treasury Shaw tells this story of a personal experience while trying a case in an Iowa court. A boy about fourteen years old had been put on the stand and the opposing counsel was examining him. After tlie usual pre lia.inary questions as to the witness ago, residence and the like, he then pro? ceeded : '?Have you any occupation? ''No." "Don't you do any work of any kind? -No." '?Just loaf around home?" '?That's about all." 'What does your father do?" ?"No-thin1 much." 'Doesn't he do anything to support the family?" ''He does odd jobs once in a while when he can get them." 'As a matter of fact, isn't your father a pretty worthless fellow, a dead beat and a loafer?" "I don't know, sir; you'd better ask him. He's sitting over there on the jury-"_ Friction Ciansod Fire. *'I hone there will bc no friction," said Representative Wadsworth to Repre? sentative Sherman the other day. "Friction?" said Sherman. "Did you ever hear of the farmer up in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 February 1902

ECORDER vol. XXIV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 7, m. li NO. 5. HUNDRED MEN PERISH IN Mit Majority of Victims of Hondo Ex j son Were Mexicans. BUT FEW AMERICANS WERE KILL Every Mule In" the Mine Was Killed, Th Dead Ones Being Taken From the Debri: Tho Work of Clearing Away the Wn in Order to Get to the Bodied ls Bc Rushed as Rapidly as Possible. San Antonia, Tex., (Special).?T latest information from tlie Hon (Mex.) mine explosion shows it to ht been fully as serious as at first report There was a total of 106 miners at wc >n the mine when the explosion occurn and all of then, are dead. The n jonty of thc victims are Mexicans a chinamen, vrfy few Americans havi leen at work in the mine. Every mule in the minc was killi The work of clearing away the wreck order to get to the bodies is being rush as rapidly as possible, but there is hope that any of thc io5 men will rescued alive. The explosion occurred in minc No, and was occasioned by striking a g pocket. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 February 1902

Bprar-r-aia a?iiaisjliM..aiiiiaaiassiaaiiaiatr si ? II JU.$I,iND RECOKDEK. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav t vening ot "W- H- MATT^KlSHaT, XI5SXOI?4 -?V-.T-0 7 *a*7*p**.f?*aTa*aataa. Jnlejed at the Monterey postoftice as spcond class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Feb. 7, 19(2 President Roosevelt recently" re? ceived from tlie Hon. Perry Collier, of Boston, a liox of cats warranted to rid the White II oust- of the rats with which it is infested. The box contained six cat-:, each wear? ing a ribbon on which was printed its name Turkey, both through ber Minis? ter to the United States, Chekib JJey, and by mean3 of cable dis? patches, is endeavoring to spread the belief that Mis.s .Stone is a vol? untary captive and is working in collusion with the Macedonian Committee. I will pay in goods one-hall cent each for tobacco tags as follows: Ked Eye, Stars and liars. Kuma flora, Black Maria, Duchess, Schnapps, Strawberry Early Bini, {Speckled Beauty, Natural Leaf, Apple ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 February 1902

Highland Reckoder LOCAL NEWS. ???-.-_, TEKaSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Aequaintanees. Mr. Moses Gwin and Geo. A. Boarard of Bolar neighborhood spent a short while here Saturday. Master Dick Crummett is now a pupil of the Hightown High Scho al, having entered there on Tue-tl iy. Mr. Morgan Waggoner was in town Tuesday and loafed with us Awhile. Messrs Robt. McGuffin and Ed. McClintic of Bolar were in town Saturday. Mr. C. T. Shumate of Hightown ventured out Tuesday to see the old town once more. Picture mouldings, a new line of narrow black and other kinds al? ways on hand at A. C. Suddarth's. Rev. VV. W. Canon, Prin. of The Hightown High School made us a pleasant call while in town Satur day. Mr. Chas. Javins of Meadow Dale M neighborhood was in town Mond doing some trading with the m chants. Mr. L. S. Dickenson started a trip Tuesday for the Grach Glove Co., through Bath and A gusta counties. Have you thought how mu slipping and sliding our n...

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