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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...

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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 S...

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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. Whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 2 May 1902

Ask Your Dealer For Allen's Foot-?a?e, 4 powder. It rests the feet. Cures Corns, Bunions.Swollen, Sore, Hot, Callous,Aching. Sweating Feet and Ingrowing Nails. Allen I Foot-Ease makes new or tight shoes easy. At ill Druggists and Shoe stores, 25 cents. Ao ;ept no substitute. Sample mailed Fbek. Address Allen 8. Olmsted. LeKoy. N. I. Some men are known bf the company they keep and others by the fellows they ?hake. Dyeing is as simple as washing when you .ise Putnam Fadeless Dyes. Sold by ali druggists._ The bacillus of the grip is the smallest disease germ yet discovered. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children teething, soften the gums, reduces inflammu rion.allays pain,cures wind colic. 25c. a bottle The amount of blood tn the human body is one-thirteenth of the body weight. FITSpermanentlyoured. No fits or nervous? ness aftor first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great NorvoRestorer.f2tri.il bottle and treatise.ra* Dr. H. H. Huns.Ltd., WI Areas*.. Phlta., r*. Usuallv when a man starts...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 May 1902

HIGHLAND vol. XXIV RECORDER MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. MAY 9, 190! NO. 18. THE/IYSTERT- ofT/ie Jg? imiiiiHinH &?. inn iiijmmmniEi ev.. ^**^$>z};Tn Tl ore ncc Warden, " :'AuHior:?tttTh< Mouse on flut A arin," crcj [Copyright, 1895, hy Robert Bonner's Sons. 1 CHAPTER i. ROSPERITY and the sea hac deserted Stroan together. A? the "waves receded, leaving a bare stretch of sand, where once whole fleets had ridden at anchor, the once flour? ishing town had dwindled lind sunk, in spite of valiant struggles to revive and retain her ancient su? premacy. In the length and breadth of the laud no place could be found so sleepy, so much behind the times, so tortuous of street and so moss-grown of stone, as Stroan had become, when, by a happy chance, the game of golf came 'down from the North and established Itself as the fashion. Then somebody discovered that the bare and unproduc? tive sands between Stroan and the sea made excellent ''links;" visitors began...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 May 1902

Kixokd] i . ivdr ja -. ri. 1 : -? " ? ? , rey postofllce a? ms rustler. ?day, May 0, ltHM ter of selecting r r our district wi ? ; (lie same, reason . ul n conclusion, thal ago. Two years Ciat Judge J. be returned ti ir representative foi ier (erma and we wi cition, but a* thal and the Hon. II. D il Mr. Quartos, md ?? Vs people nnd tn good service for one ik lie should be re* mther. . iii'.: fact, and it luis aud again, that id not the exception, r mi tai ives in congress ie .ii, are changed toe \ man would be a ie j indeed, who could 9 for the first lime ji about discharging resting upon bim mc who hus gone rm or two. This could ? 1, and it is certainly nt should wc desire e representation we ur represeututiyea for <i ni titters we are per ? r. Flood'* record will has advocated am! i' best interests of hi5 ill ill ? alices hus prov be ii loyal democrat .v. leut advocate of tb( convention, and wai ? iiaure instrumental ii; it the move that re u-.. embling of a bod) ii tie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 May 1902

' ? *"?-? - ? IIlGHl.AXl. Re< >; LOCAL NEWS." PERNOD . Uriel Items of Interest io Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances, Miss Gertrude fl ni 1 of Wi Ilium s ville is visiting Mrs C T Fleisher. Mr. Jonas Colaw was tho guest of Attorney J. M. Colaw a couple of days. . i ie editor's article on electric light* was too long and goes over tl li ti I mit issue and will be pruned IO fie meantime. Tiie horse buyers gut enough lu rses to exactly balance the four torners of a car. The court proceedings must go oyer until next issue. Mrs Anthony Lightner returned Tuesday from the hospital. Mr W A Bussard was np Wed? nesday. Miss Clara Fleming arrived home from the West on last Friday. Mrs. L, A. Orndorff returned home Saturday. Dr W. R. Rodgers of McDowell was here Monday. Mr. James Ryder is building a ham for Mr. Jonas II evener of Hightown neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dudley re? turned Monday from a visit to the Valley. Mr. .John Mark Gwiu. a High? land bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 May 1902

How Truly the Great Fame* of Lydia E. Pink ham's \Vegetable Com? pound Justifies^Her Orig I inal Signature. t Lydia ?". Pinkham's Vegetable Compound* It -will entirely cure the worst forms of female Complaints, all Ova? rian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Displacement of tho Womb, and consequent Spinal Weakness, and is peculiarly adapted to the Chango of Life. * It has cured more cases of Backachb and Leucorrhoea than any other remedy tho world has ever known. It ls almost infallible in such cases. It dissolves and expels tumors frotii the Uterus in an early stage of development, and checks any tendency* to cancerous humors. Irregular, Suppressed or Painful Menstruation, Weakness of the Stomach, Indigestion, Bloating, Flooding; Nervous Prostration, Head? ache, General Debility quickly yields to it. 1 Womb troubles, causing pain, weight,' and backache, instantly re lieved and permanently cured by its use. < Under all circumstances it acts in harmony wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 May 1902

\ HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIV MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. MAY 16, 190'. NO. 19 TBenYSTERY* ortrte INN , /Florence Worden, ' /Author: or^The Mouse on Bis. A or sh." ck^? (Coprright, I89J, by fiobert Bonner's SonsJ \ CHAPTER I. ? __^_ Continued. / Poor Willie started back, stumbling fever the rough ground, and presented H very red, moist face to their view. i But they took no notice of him. Stepping genially over the rough mounds, looking beautifully cool and Clean and smart and -well-dressed be? side the besmirched and perspiring ?Willie, they threw back their heads, half closed their eyes, and proceeded to criticise the vork before them with as much care and conscientious? ness as if it had been a painting on (the walls of the New Gallery. "I say, old chap, lt really is the best thing you've ever done," began Otto, ?with kindly admiration. "By Jove, Jordan, I never thought yon could paint before," added Clif? ford. "There's a broad touch, and at "the same time a nice feeling for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 May 1902

~- -g^ggfrlW, 'WUIUfc?Wall Hi .^^and Recokdek. 'ic. ms, fl. 00 a Year in Advance. Ksued ere// i'"?'l*v evciij.nK?>v \V. H. X^TA-Tr^lvllsr-Sr, I.i.teicd af the Mono j. y postoflicc as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, May If, 1,902 Tll6 Hoer >var. according U) a pnrliamonlary report just, issued lias cost $1.J 14.850,000 and recalls Krugers prediction Hitit it would bs curried on at a price (hat would "stagger Humanity.1J Bo long ns thetrust*: c.<;r.uned them? selves to operations in steel, glass lind oj! nnd manufactured articles of various kinds the people were patient, hut their encroachments tin staple and necessary articles of food will briny the Murern men t face io face with a situation of ex? treme gravity. .?? -???-? From the Blue Grass Valley. I\Jav 12,1002. Your humble correspondent will try and pi ve the readers of our cor.rtty paper a few jottings this week. We hare been ypry active }n road work for several weeks, but have final...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 May 1902

Highland Keckodek LOCAL XEWS*T~ I'EltKONAL Rrlef Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr U H Tern's little child was ?quite sick but is better. Mr. Jacob G, Ilevener and fami? ly were over Tuesday. Mr. R. L. Mathei.v and son Wal? lace were in town Tuesday. Mr Charles P Jones, Jr. of Cov? ington is visiting his parents. Dr. Peter Arbogast and wife of Pocahontas county yisited relatives here recently. Mrs. Janies Mooman and little daughter, and Miss Flora Mooman, of Green Bank were guests of Mr. and Hrs. Davis Peterson the first of the week. Neat picket fences are being built by Dr. 0. J. Campbell, ll. F. Slaven and in front of the Presby? terian manse. Miss Clara Heed returned ho me last week from the Mary Bald? win Seminary. Messrs. Brereton and Hey den* rich, of Staunton, are after you with close terms on piano*, organs and all other kinds of musical in? struments. See their ad. Dr. 0. J. Campbell returned Saturday from a professional trip in Pocah...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 May 1902

THE SURGEON'S KNIFE Ittrs. Eckis Stevenson of Salt Lake City Tells How Opera? tions Tor Ovarian Troubles May Be Avoided. "Dear Mbs. Pixkham:?I Buffered with inflammation of the ovaries and womb for over six years,enduring aches and pains which none can dream of but those who have had the same expe ?il MRS. ECKIS STEVENSON. rience. H nndreds of dollars went to th? doctor and the dniggist. I was simply a walking medicine chest and a phys? ical wreck. * My sinter residing in Ohio wrote me that bIic had been cured of womb trouble by using Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com? pound, and advised me to try it. I then discontinued all other med icines and gave your Vegetable Compound a thorough trial. Within four weeks nearly all pain had left me; I rarely had headaches, and my nerves were in a much better condition, and I was curod ir three months, and this avoided a terrible surgical operation."?Mrs. Ec 8.18 Stevenson, 250 So. State St., Dalt Lake City, Utah.?$5000 forfeit if .neve testimoni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 May 1902

***>" I HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. MAY 23, 190!. NO. 20. THE-nYSTERT* OFTtt? ; v,'_ , Horence^Wcxrden!11 junior of^The Mouse on Ihe. Adrah*" el*c* [CorrriKbt, 189?, by Bobert Bonner's Sons.) CHAPTER II. Continued. f Sometimes the shadowy sonietbint Hisappenred altogether for a few see londs, to re-appear stealthily creeping round the walls of the little room. Onlj lone thing he could make out from thc [vague outline which was all he saw ol ithe figure?thc intruder was a woman. He heard a sound which he took to tu the dropping of his clethss when thej load been ransacked. Then, though hf hardly saw it, be felt that the figure Itvas approaching thc bcd. He remained motionless, Imitating |be breathing of sleep. ' He felt that a band was upon thc bolster, creeping softly toward his bead. Then it was under the bolster hnd, finally, it was under his pillow He held himself in readiness to seize the hand at the moment when 11 Should find bis watc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 May 1902

* I cg uland Recorder. -Terms, fl .00 a Year in Advance. I?9ucd ercrv Friday evening by Entered at the Monterey postoffice as second class metter. Monterey, Va., Friday, May 23, lOOS VMl.'T'. t ,_I_!_?,-1 l;KilH;.'Niggas Too." Capt. .lame* Bumgardner, Jr., A * * ot Sf itu n ton, a:i old " confederate who Went'through "it" with the pofe,"and riot unlike the1 balance, loves to meditate on those old nay**, 'full' of hardship and danger, yet ffeurj'antV' occasionally relate' just one little incident that may be brought fresh to mn 1, told us not long since, a little story that took 'jilr.ee Kt the buttle of McDowell. I The' fighting had ceased, the Capt. said, when he fem nd himself and company on the Staunton & Tarkerslnirg road, not far from "where the old distillery now stands, and they were very tired and hun? gry. They rested here fo'r' a short rwhile, but were soon ordered, by 'Gen. travia twila further up the road atitl piaced on picket duty. Already :they were bringi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 May 1902

gaiBwmpmmmmaa*mmm+*Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ?Highland Reckodeh LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of II ter fut to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. AVboTwiUlted?J. A. Whitelaw. Mrs Jack cieeR-of Bath county was in town recently. Mr. Frank Wilson came in from Cass and spent Sunday. Rev Mr Compton of Crabbottom was in town Tuesday. Martin Dever has gone to the country for a few days. Mr. A. T. Carpenter of Valley Center was up .Monday. Mrs. 0. Wilson has a large sup? ply of hanover plants for sale. Mr Hugh Ryder of Mt. Grove was in town last week. Mr. James 0. Hiner made a trip to Huttons ville last week. Mr. George Gtttahall went to Harrisonburg last week with horses. When we hear anything about our C. W. we will tell you all about it right straight. Rev. W, C. Compton will preach on May 25, New Church Ila. m., Central 3 p. m. Messrs Morgan Waggoner and Boyd Beverage left Saturday for the lumber camps of W. Va. Mrs L S Dickenson will serve ice cream at her residence, on Satu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 May 1902

SUFFERED 25 YEARS With Catarrh of the Stomach? Peruna Cured. Nfcft3 Congressman liol kin, of Winfield, Kan. In a rtcent letter to Dr. Hartman Con? gressman Botkia says: "My Dear Doctor?Jt gives me pleasure to certify to the excellent curative quali? ties of your medicines?Peruna and Mana? nn. I have been afflicted more or less for a quarter of a century with catarrh of the stomach and constipation. A residence in Washington has increased these troubles. A few bottles of your medicine have given me almost complete relief, and I am 6ure that a continuation of them will effect a permanent cure."?J. D. Botkin. Mr. L. F. Verdery, a prominent real es? tate agent, of Augusta, Ga., writes: " 1 have been a great aufferer from catarrhat dyspepsia. I tried many physicians, visited u good many springs, but I believe Peruna has done more for me than all of the a bove put together. 1 feel like a new person.},? L. F. Verdery. The most common form of summer ca? tarrh is catarrh of the stomach. This...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 May 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. xxiv MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. MAV 30. 1902, NO. 21. THEr\Y5TERT* ofTMir -S4* v_;-- *\T . i 'flt*. >v ri ore nee Warden, ** Olfhot j?jy*TH? Mouse on JU* A ar sh,'/ ere*, [Copyright, 1895, by Robert Bonner's Sons.] CHAPTER IV. / Io spite of his own indignation and remorse on hearing Claris make this coarse and cruel speech, Clifford watched the girl narrowly, and was shocked and surprised to observe that while he and her uncle were at a white heat of excitement, she showed remarkable self-control. After a mo? ment's silence on her. part, she inter? rupted Clifford's protests and excuses with a little pettish movement of her hand. """Never mind apologizing," said sh* Curtly. "Let us hear what you have to say. Now I know what you meant Dy your being 'disturbed.' " She cast down her glance upon the Shabby carpet of the little sitting room, nnd stood,leaning with one hand ?pon the table, her head half turned away, In the attitude of close atten? ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 May 1902

irya-' ?p ' ii n ii mmammmmab riywv-'*v*r>j> HwixijAxd Recorder. Terms, |1.00 a Year in Advance. tssuoil every Fri'luv eveninpljv W. KC. 3vrA.*rx^E3sr-Y, ?a KrUuct at thc Monterey postoffice as second claaa natter. Monterey, Va,, Friday, May 80, IPO*] Virginia is modernizing lier old state Capitol, bot without change in the general architectural plan which was sent from France by Thomas Jefferson just prior to the iii .st construction in 1785, The frivolous disposition of thc Paris public was shown in connec? tion with the Martinique disaster. when til > city's populace was occu? pied arith miner local sensations, nnd the distant horror made do im? itresxjon at first although one of Frame's oldest and most prosper? ine colonies was blotted out. The beef trust haw already found th 'it extortion does not pay. as it is making less from high pikes than from low ones. Sal.es have decreas? ed in manner that no one could have foreseen, nnd the lesson learn?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 May 1902

?errfnw Mimi?1 Highland Reckoner LOCAL NEWS. FEllSONAL Brief Items of In tor e?t to Home folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. We Want You. Three or four hundred Highland homes have not the Highland paper, but vve want you to. For one month wo nre sending the paper to a number of these homes (no money to pay, understand ), and we desire that you read it inside and out. Take the whole month to make up your mind, if you want, but theo render your honest judgment for or against your county purer, and if you think yon want it in your home for a year tell us about it on a postal card, and we will be glad* if you do not want it, say so and no more. To take advantage of this offer you will get au extra month, and sometime when you come to settle we Will pay you for the postal card, giving jyou your county paper 13 months for 09 cents, 7 mouth! 40 cents, 4 months 24 cents. W. H. Mathenv, Pub. It snowed on the Alleghany Wednesday. Wool wanted?J. A. Whitelaw Mr ll Houlihan of the riyer...

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