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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 March 1902

Handed Him One. "Say, pa." '?Wen?" "I thought you said if a boy would il ways mind his parents he wouldn't (et into trouble." "Ve?, my boy, I did say so, and I hope ?ou will always bear it in mind. Give iced to what your parents tell you to do md what they tell you not to do and you ^ ill live to be a good man. Never dis >bcy your parents and harm cannot each you. Thc boy who always does as lis father tells him to do need never icar that evil will overtake him, and?" "Say. pa. herc's a poem about a boy .hat stood on a burnin' deck because his >a told him not to go. Just read it and men tell me some more about harm sever comin' to boys that always do what their parents say they have to." Historic Miliuna.!,*. A returned tourist who spent two weeks at Matanz as, where the monitor Puritan's-12-inch shell killed a mule on April 27, 1898, says that he visited E' L"timbre, .a short distance from the city, and there was reminded of an incident in American history with which he was fu...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 April 1902

J HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. APRIL 4, 1902. NO. 13. ROOFS FALLON CONG REG AXIONS Many Persons Injured in Accident Caused jBy Wind and Lightning. A PREACHER BURIED IN THE DEBRIS. The Storm In and About Pittsburg Was So Terrific That the Tall Spires and Chim? neys Were Unable to Withstand the Great Force?In One Church For'v People Were Injured. Pittsburg, Pa.. (Special).?One of the fiercest windstorms ever known in this section struck the city just before noon, and did almost incalculable damage to property and injured many persons, some of whom may die from the effects of their wounds. Scores of houses were unroofed, many trees were blown down, mill stacks toppled over and telegraph and telephone wires generally disabled. The most serious accident reported up to 9 o'clock was the unroofing of the Knoxville Presbyterian Church, in Knoxville. The church at the time was filled with an Easter congregation num? bering about ooo persons. While the minister...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 April 1902

?????? wi a?a? ?wa??a?i High lard Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ercrv Friclav trmingbl W.H. MATF -TY, xiTors ams rv?i xaseaai. Entered at the Monterey poMoflice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, April 4, JOOSj The Poor Farm. The Grand jury report on tho county poor farm, we believe will bring about a needed reformation. Tbe farm is wrong mid the entire plan of Operating it is wrong, and the .suggestions of tbe grand jury should be heeded. Broader, more liberal and more christian like views are entering into the management of sucb in? stitutions in other counties and why should not like influences commence to prevail h9re, now that the necessity of it is brought before the people in a way that it can not be ignored? The care of our poor should not be ''cried out11 to the lowest bidder. For such responsibility a liberal price should be paid so that our poor could be administered to un? stintingly and humanely. Should one man assume a responsibility of t...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 April 1902

Highland Heckodek LOCAL NEWS. FEBNONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Hick's storm was only belated. Mr. E. W. Armstrong of Wier took some sheep east Monday. Would "applei in your baVMielp to keep it on this Hicks weather? Mr Homer Stephenson of W. & Lee is home for the Easter holiday. Col. D. V. Ruckman and daugh? ter, Miss Sarah, were out a lew d.iys recently. Miss Sarah expects to visit her sister in Missouri, soon. Miss Kin Cross of West Augusta visited friends here this week. Mr. Dick Cross accompanied her. Mr. Ed. Beyerage and wife of Back Creek, spent Easter with Mt. and Mrs. W. A. Beverage. Mr. C C Hansel was hem Tues? day engaged in examen ing land titles. Mr. Bunker Jones has gone to Franklin to attend court, J. M. Colaw, Esq. returned the first of the week from a business trip to Franklin. Hon. C. P. Jones and Mr. S. B. Sieg are attending Marliuton court. Mr. Jared Wilson and Miss Bertha Hoover of Doe Hill spent Sunday her...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 4 April 1902

A Society 1 vent. Thc most notable event of the week will be the wedding of Miss Alice Amy Goldmine and Mr. Heritage Doolittle. The bride's gown, winch is plain but handsome, is of unregistered govern? ment bonds, with a deep flounce of COU pons. The corsage is ol Standard Oil certificates and thc veil of real dividends is caught up with a large certified check. She will carry a gold-mounted bank? book and a bouquet of thousand dollar bills. . . . - A special safe deposit vault has been built for the presents, which, besides tiic usual dog collars, necklaces and tia? ras, include a gold coal-scuttle from Mrs. Ami limit, a silver hatrack with turquoise pegs from Mr. and Mrs. Splur gcon (jetton, and a gold bathtub with diamond toilet appurtances from Mrs. I. M Itt, a sister of the groom.?From Life. Tru?t J" 1 WITS)* The Census Bureau missed a fine chance when it failed to include in its hst of impertinent questions to mankind: "When you give money to thc partner of your joys, does she...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 April 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. xxiv. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. APRIL ll. 190). NO. H THREE MEN DEAD, SEVEN_ WOUNDED Hot Battle With a Sheriff's Posse in Alabama. DEADLY AIM OF WILLIAM REYNOLDS Barricaded Himself in a House and Held at Bay With His Winchester a Crowd of a Thousand Men Until He Was Forced Out By Flames From a Newborn" House. Tuscumbia, Ala., (Special).? l'hrce men are "dead, three mortally wounded and four seriously wounded as the re? sult of. Sheriff Gassaway's attempt to ar? rest "Will" Reynolds, a desperate negro. All the casualties, except the death of Reynolds himself, are thc result ot the deadly fire of the black desperado with a 45-caliber Winchester rifle. The negro in his turn was riddled with bul? lets and thrown into a fire. Sheriff Gassaway went lo a negro set? tlement. "Kinardtown." to arrest Will Reynolds for obtaining goods under false pretenses. The officer was met by the negro, who opened tire with his rifle, wounding the Sheriff, and immediately fired...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 April 1902

Jiioiu.Aivn RBCom t:k " I Year in Advance. Ioh\ d crrn 7rtoi.v tveninchv W. ia.. 1M- A-TKCT-T^rY, intered st the ? r:?.pt?n1eo at sc latter, Monterey, Va Friday, April li, 100; Education thc Hope of thc 5outr On education the hope of Un South most res!. Education is lin only means ol elevating and broad* ?ning the indiwidiial type. Greal attention rniiat be paid to this in r that the best results may bf worked oul with ?lie urtnsualb >!e materials and resources at band, snyi Mr. H. M. Atkinson ol' Atlanta in the Manufacturers' :ord The constant elevating ol the individual through the process of education ia the only means I j which thu best can be accomplish. ed. Th aim of this education mast b'j to created broadness ol ?/iow and liberality of thought. Tht South must broaden its base alon*} these linc?. Men are needed whr will Bee the public good, and whr will stand for it and their conyic ns. The broad view of snell questions can only be brought al out bj education. The broader....

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 April 1902

vMawaknaBamaaaBaTasHBasMafa Highland Recrodek faDCAL NEWS. PEB80NAI Brief Items of Interest lo Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr. Bob Wiley was up recently. Mr. David Lockridge spent Wed* nesday night in town. Mr S N Beverage has a neat stock of goods in bis store. Mr and Airs. L. S. Dickenson left Thursday for a trip to the val? ley. Mr. Andrew Jones of W. & Lee ityent Easter at home. Bishop wants corn, manie .sugar. meat and wool. Mr. C. C. Hansel is with us again at Bishop's. I have just rec'd H new lot of ladies' slippers and ki.l "loves. L. A. Orndorff. Miss Janet Stephenson of The If. B. Seminary is home for the spring holiday. Mr. Ezra Beverage was. over this way recently. A complete stock at Bishop's. At his counter you can get everything you want. Mr. John Pruitt who has been living at McDowell has moved back to the River, on the Crowley farm. Remember the spring and sum? mer opening of fine millinery a! Mrs. S. W. Cm rn motts April 18th. and 19th. Ev...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 April 1902

I suffered terribly and was ex? tremely weak for 12 years. The doctors said my blood was all turning to water. At last I tried Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and was soon feeling all right again." Mrs. J. W. Fiala, Hadlyme, Ct. No matter how long you have been ill, nor how poorly you may be today, Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the best medicine you can take for purifying and en? riching the blood. Don't doubt it, put your whole trust in it, throw away everything else. $1.00 a bottle. Ail druggists. Ask your doctor what ho thinks of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Ile knowsftllnbmrtthispraml old family medicine Follow his advice and WC Will t>e satisfied. J. C. AYER Co., Lowell, Mass. Saved by tho Serial Service. Longleigh?Then you didn't propose to Miss Gotrox after alP Shortleigh?Na My knowledge of thc signal-service code saved me from mak? ing a fool of myself. Longleigh?Well, pot me on. Shortleigh?Just as I was about to commit myself she hoisted the cold-wave Hag. FITS permanently cured. No fits or nervo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 April 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. APRIL 18. 190J. NO. 15. MAJOR WALLER IS ACQUITTED Court-Martial Declares Him Not Guilty on Charge of Murder. THE JUDGES STOOD ELEVEN TO TWO. Charges of Improperly Ordering (be Shooting of Samar Natives Are Not Sustained in the Verdict?Accused Officer Tells the Court That the Natives of Samar Revel lo Blood ?Mutilate Their Victims. Manila, (By Cable).?Major Littleton W. T. Waller, of the Marine Corps, has been acquitted. He was tried by a court-martial on Ihc charge of killing natives of Samar with? out trial. The court stood ii to 2 for acquittal. Declared Killing Was Justified. The trial of Major Waller, who is from Norfolk, Va., and an officer with a record of distinguished service in many quarters of the world, began at Manila. March 17. He and Lieut. H. A. Day. also of thc Marine Corps, were jointly accused. The verdict in Lieutenant Day's case has not been announced, but as he was Major Waller's subordinate, he will p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 April 1902

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 April 1902

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 April 1902

MI first used Ayer's Sarsaparilla in the fall of 1848. Since then I have taken it every spring as a blood - purify in g and nerve strengthening medicine." S. T. Jones, Wichita, Kans. If you feel run down, are easily tired, if your nerves are weak and your blood is thin, then begin to take the good old stand? ard family medicine, Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It's a regular nerve lifter, a perfect blood builder. Jl.OO a bottle. All drujtflsU. Ask your doctor what lie thinks of Ayer's 8*r?aparttla. He knows all about this grand old family medicine Follow his advice atd we will be satisfied. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. MHOMMMW Ar to Hov Teeth. Tess?Miss Antique was telling me of the fright she had last night. She said she was awakened by a noise in her room that made her teeth chatter. Jess?How careless of her ! Tess?Careless? Jess?Yes; doesn't she usually take them out when she goes to bed? Where Charity Jorgan. "How much did you realize from that play you gave for charity?" "We hadn't a cen...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 April 1902

\ HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxiv. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, V4-. APRIL 25.1902. NO. 16. STEAMER BURNS AND SCORES PERISH Sixty People Lost or Missing in Terri ble Disaster. MANY OF THE CREW MISSING. Steamer City of Pittsburg Destroyed Near Tamers Landing, ou tbe Ohio River?The Flames Break Out at 4 o'clock io the Mon? ia!, aid Soon Envelop tbe Vessel?Thc Passengers Become Panic-stricken. Cair?, 111., (Special).?The side-wheel steamer City of Pittsburg, bound from Cincinnati for Memphis, was burned to the water's edge at Turner's Landing, on the Ohio River, near Ogden's, Ul., 24 miles from this city. It is reported that 60 lives were lost and that many others were badly burned, but the list of losses is not yet definitely determined. All available boats from Cairo went to the scene for relief. The steamer Maud Kilgore brought thc survivors here at 6 P. M. and clothing was given them. Capt. John W. Phillips says 30 of the passengers are missing and the same number of the crew. Eighty of ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 April 1902

" I: \ v . > li k ? '? : US, V. I >, ; '?'? ? i laaqed \.ver\ 1-rn)-iv tv - "at. H. vr^Tiii-' jenter ed "at the Monterey po .: pm lecoirlT ric * matter, leroy, Va., Fri i.iy, April'3d, IfiC; . '.' he question aa lo w lie hr Vt trust* drive'I lie small denier <>ut o; lui : esa has !,. cn him werri] in nts* I; ? l)V the following ptg.n in III/ window af n New York ruesit < ?;? inarki I ?ill be reopenei j; Hie price of meal go?.?s down.' * ? * A Southern Writer Worth Watch ing, Ii is predicted Hint before many years Hi'' South will be pointing proudly t'> a new writer in Hie Geld if fiction ?Helen Kelljerr?a won? derful git! of Alribama. Tbe story of her life is row appearing in Tiie Ladies Rome Journal, ?nd ul though blind, and deprived of all sense of hearing, she is putting sc mach poetic feeling,sentiment and deep thought and marvelous de? scriptive power in her life storr, timi one cnn not help wondering \ lia! nlie would do if she wi*re tn try ber band at romain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 April 1902

IIIGIILAN^IWDEU Rriof I tom. Folks Jj An* * Wil-on rlcHn. AL Mrs. Vj fr io ml- n orost lo Home /heir Friends i alu t ance r. y .siting Mr. Al to the su| Lemo! 13ii- ii ('P^^J Mr. Cl In's hom! of lu ni Mr. has beel ItH.eii the Hull Mrs. days wi Miss week fj nu nt, count.) fright luis moved Bananas at is cou ii n fed I" of au ut tack er's little bali.v but is better. I! ia home from Kif a while. is spending a few li S li Sieg Esq. lei*her returned last >mz visit with her . Burst of Uulpej er ?i do per visors hcni a lg i.i-t week alni flit! routine wuik. <g For a glove, don't e a new stock on bund. iff. i berger, S. G. Devtr. ir, Boyd Rei rode and itly renewed their sub Joseph S. and Keinper peet to provide a ref rig ro into the butcher bus \ ats les np Th rejgul const In forge L. A. S Jtco otb seri] M Gib erat lies (fertilizer at Bishop** X. L. Eutsler will preach 71(.|iiHlay at Hightown at ll a. jd trinity at 3 p. ni. and ut ]\jjrev at 7:80 p. m. Lockridge spoilt Sunday in j)$e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 April 1902

Poorly! " For two years I suffered ter? ribly from dyspepsia, with great depression, and was always feeling poorly. I then tried Ayer's Sarsa? parilla, and in one week I was a new man."?John McDonald, Philadelphia, Pa. Don't forget that it's "Ayer's" Sarsaparilla that will make you strong and hopeful. Don't waste your time and money by trying some other kind. Use the old, tested, tried, and true Ayer's Sarsapa? rilla. $1.00 a bottle. All druggist*. Ask your doctor what ho thinks of Aye Sarsaparilla. Ho knows all about this grand old family medicine Follow Ula advice and we will be satisfied. J C. AYKR (- Lowell, 1 ?'REDUCTO" Ua perfectly harmless vegetable compound. It posi? tively and permanently eliminates corpulency and superfluous flesh, lt ls a Ct MK AUMiKl'TK arida* harmless a* f re?h alr.Tlioiisaivlso'f patients have used this treatment. Physicians endorse IL Write to us for F Kb ET Bli A'I MEAT, send Four centstocover postage, etc. Correspondence uric-tiy confidential. Every...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 May 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxiv MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. MAY 2, 190.'. NO. 17. SURRENDERS IN THE PHILIPPINES Insurgent Leaders and Their Commands in Hands of Americans. TAKEN PRISONERS BY GEN. GRANT. Captain L W. Y. Kennon, of thc Sixth In? fantry, Reports From the Island of Negros the Surrender of the Ladrone Leader Rufo, With 158 Officers and Men of His Com? mand, Together With 12 Guns. Manila, (By Cable).?Gen. Frederick D. Grant's exepdition in thc gunboats Basco and Florida, several steam launch? es and lighters, has ascended the Gan dara river, in the Island of Sainar, and has brought thc Filipino General, Gue varra, and his entire command as pris? oners down to the coast Guevarra's immediate command con? sists of Rafael Sebastian, 30 other offi? cers, 189 men and 161 rifles. Three hundred natives, with 131 rifles, are expected daily to arrive at Catbalo gan, Samar, to surrender. At Sulat, Samar, 3.000 bolomen, 28 of them armed with rifles, surrendered. Gucvarra succeeded Ge...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 May 1902

^Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Yearin Advance. I^sunl ererv Fridav Ivratiurb*) w: hi'Mathfim v, Enteied at tbe Monterey postoflioe af 'second eta ss rh nt ter. Monterey, Va., Friday, May 2, 1!'"2 *i-r?i???.--*,? '-i-> Whj Can Register. Hon. li/ K. Anderson, inemjier ofi the Constitutional Convention ?froiii the Alleghany district, in a ?communication to the R<itl> Enter? prise, commenting ow the follow-1 ing paragraph which appeared in j Hhat paper, "In the Constitutional Convention the amendmentRequir? ing a property qualificati ni fur ?voters was adopted," says: The above1 paragraph appearing in your is*ne of Mardi 26tli, ix somewhat misleading. There is no general property qualification required. Under the new no {fra ge >plau m il now stand* ami as it will in all probability appear ill the new Constitution, the following people 'can register prior to Jan. Ut. 1U04. ? 1. Soldiers, or. 2. Sons ol soldiers, or, 8. Persons paying the State $1 taxes on property, or, !...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 May 1902

Highland Heckodek local m:ws. ^Ei.KONAL BriefItems of Interest to llome ?-"Wita About Tfceir Friends Ami Acquaintances. Dr. M. B. Campbell of Meadow Pale was over Tuesday. Mr. Grif. llevercomb >vas in town Tuesday, Miss Mattie Campbell yisited friends in Monterey Saturday. Mr. John Cobb is in from Weal Va., for a short while. Mr. lt. L. Matlienv whs up re? cently, lie luis been right sick. Misses Nannie Sterrctl ami Edna Slaven 8|>eut Sunday with Monte? rey friends. Hon. Claries P. Jones was in Staunton a part of tbe werie. Mr. W, A. Cunningham went to Staunton this week. Mr.8. J. Carson of Rockbridge is in Monterey. Miss Emma McClintic returned Monday from asiiort vi>it to Staun? ton. S. Newman Esrj. of Crabbottom was in town Monday. Mr. Chni. McClintic, the mer? chant Ht Bular, returned Saturday from Baltimore where lie pureba*}* eil a stock of poods. Ile report*! a satisfactory trade during the past year. Mr. Jerrell, who was clerking in J. A. Whitelaw's store bas return...

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