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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 June 1902

Merrill's Foot Powder. An absolute cure for all foot troubles. Guaranteed to stop all odor and ?xeeMtve perspiration. Brlngsred.burn,?K;.8?^?; tired and tender feet to a perfectly normal condition. A superior toilet article for tulles. This powder does away with the use of aress shields Druggists, or sent direct in hand ^?.priiffitopfli package for25c. Edwin F. MitBBiLLjlaker. Woodstock. Vt. lt's easier to make a fool of a man thar to Baie r iv an of a fool. Ohio Knowi Tetterlne. W. C. McCall, Granville, 0., writes: "Hind your Tetterlne to be a marvelously good thing for skin diseases." 50c. a box from J.T. Shuptrlne. Savannah, Ga., if your drug? gist don't keep it._ The man who invents excuses invariably infringes on an old patent Atk Toiir Dealer For Allen', Foot-Kaas, A powder. It rests the feet. Cures Corni, Bunions,Swollen, Sore, Hot, Callous,Aohinsr, Sweating Feet and IngrowingXails. Allen's Foot-Ease makes new or tight shoes easy. At ttl] Druggists and Shoe sf ores, 25 cents....

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 June 1902

\ HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JUNE 13. 1902. NO. 23 THE/1Y5TERT- OPTMC florence Warden, ** ,_ . > jfturhor or."Thc Aousc on ]Uc A arah,'.? ere*) .... .aK***v [Copyright, 189% by Bobert Bonner's Sons. 2 slie always disappeared before tr Continued. I "Aud ray own friends," added the girl, with spirit, "would have been just as disgusted with me for taking ad? vantage of the passing fancy of a man In your position to marry above my own rank in lifo." But to this Clifford answered with great composure: "You will marry above your own rank, that is certain, whether 3'ou marry me or not. Beauty like yours has a rank of its own, to begin with. And for these wild hordes of relations of mine, they only exist in your imag? ination. There is no one to prevent ine doing as I like; and even if there were they might try, but they wouldn't suc? ceed." To this Nell made no answer. After a short silence Clifford spoke again: "Well, I'm going. I shall come again to-m...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 June 1902

mn - - ***ir^4 OrM> ITECORDEK. >, |1.00 a Year in Advance. m! cvcrv Friday tveningbT H. m a.ti-i:bt?t.y, ft! the Mor'?-r?y postoffice ft* second clasifl .;i:.tter. ., Va., Friday, .Tune 13, 1902 ' sn Can Not Wait. a iiut results from children ,? pel led to wait for un edn* a produce Hie following rom an exchange, having bat it will not. f'iiiI of good N'iujj worked out hy onr r* trustee* of Monterey dis f. that tho\' mav receive tl)'' (-operation of those indi ? ho ure in n position nnd ?riyilege and pleasure it oe to seek and becura.for inty-seat of Highland the ional facilities demanded by nes. The article reads: e. children of today will be . en and women of to-morrow. opportunity for gaining ? Ow;edge is fast fleeting. Once gooey it will be gone forever. can't wait. What we do for ? must be done quickly. The ia -if Virginia rests and must upon th*?, education of her 'ig people, says the Fredericks rg, Va.. Free Lance. Education 'ie only .means of elevating and .dening the ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 June 1902

?Mj?Bi mmmmmmmammmma timilhAKD Reckodek _LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief I toms of I nterest to Ilomt Polks About Their Friends Ar.d Acquaintances. We Want You. Three or four hundred Highhim homet have noi the Highland paper but we want von to. For um month we ure Bending the puper ti n number of these homes (no monei topsy, understand), nnd wo desiri that you read it inside and ont Take the whole month to make uj Tour mind, if rou want, bul Ihei render your honest judgment foi or against your county paper, nm if von think you want it in youl home for a year tell us about il 011 a postal card, nnd we will be glad if you do not want it, say so anc no more. To take advantage of thia offei you will get an extra month, and sometime when you rome to jetth we Will pay you for Hie postal car', giving *you your county paper 15 months for DO cent*, 7 months V cents, 1 months 24 cents. W. li. Mathenv. Pub. Mr. W. W. Hevener was here on business Monday. Underwear for ladies snd gentle? men, at Whit...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 June 1902

TRADE IN WILD BEASTS ..ARGE DIMENSIONS TO WHICH THE INDUSTRY HAS CROWN. Hand linc Exhibits For the Menaeerics and Zoos of the World?A Farm Where the Animals Are Ke&tored to Health After Their Ocean Trip. Out of the vast range of human in? dustries it would be difficult to select a calling -which at first sight offers less in the way of remuneration than that of the man with a literal elephant on his hands to dispose of, writes J. P. Hebard, in the New York Post. There are so few people who want an ele? phant, in the first place, that it is hard for one not versed in the secrete of the business to see how the regular barter and sale of these huge beasts can be a source of profit. For all this, the fact remains that the trade in not only ele? phants, but ostriches, camels, tigers, leopards and any other kind ol' wild animal, is better to-day than ever be? fore, and large fortunes are being made at it by concerns all over the world. Not far from Jersey City, on the road to Newark, ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 June 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JUNE 20. 1902, NO. 21 THE-nYSTERT- Of TME illllllfil!iil!fll]!ltl Florence Warden, (Aumor of-"Thc Mouse on liv: A ar sn*" eft:. (Copyright, ISM. bf Bsbert Bonner's Sons.] CHArTER VI. f Continued. The young man had been much dis appointed that the first night of hi stay under the roof of the Blue Liol had passed off uneventfully. The sec ond, however, fully mr.dc up for thi lack of excitement. So fearful was h of missing a possible vicltor by ovei sleeping himself, that he never closet lils eyes at all; and he was rewardei for his vigilance when, between twi and three o'clock, he heard a 6ligti noise at his door, and a moment late saw dimly that there was a flgun moving in his room. He held his breath while the intmd er went softly toward the head of tin bed, making no noise, feeling about stooping, searching. At last, when thi ?san, which could now be discemet as that of a woman, reached his clothes and begau hunting In th...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 June 1902

.-j.,.., ..... Ill :ULAND LlEGOKBEB Terms. $ 1.00 a. Year in Advance. I**iuod OTcrv Friday evcnir.pbv srer?on J*,2?*D r ? - 3X*X*V3Kac*W. Entered Ri the M< / postqfflce ai second cia* matter, Monterey, Va., Friday, June 80, IOC Congressman Newlands of Nt vida, who is urging the reclnrat tion of the arid West, says: "Th American government ought t stop {he irritation of ot lier land mid begin tho irrigation of it own." Tl ure have been, and are to be bo maiij J:;ne weddings al Gi reen wlch, Conn, that the agent* of thi Adams1 Express Company at tim place have resigned because then Wire unahle to handle the pres cuts and the company would sent them no help. The men were working 10 hours a day to get tht work done but in spite of thal found that the wedding gifts wen 'inevitably getting ahead of them Leads Them All. "OLe Minute Cough Cure bent all other medicines I ever tried foi coughs, coldf?, croup and throat ant lung troubles," says D. Scott Cur rin of Logantvn, Pa. One Mintiti ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 June 1902

Highland Beckodek _LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Rrief Items of Interest to Hom Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. How About lt? Some of those to whom we hav been tending sample copies for i month have said -"Jost send :t Ol regler"?but there uro several win have not gard yea nor nay. Ti these we send sample copies an other week, with the hope that thei may say yea, but in this time shoult we fail to get an expression, w< will take it for granted and wil place their names on our regului mailing list. I'itt, please allow io to state right here, that even aftei this is done, should tiie ar? rangement not he entirely satisfac? tory, and for any reason you mi ghi suddenly conclude that you do not want to become a regular subscrib? er to your county paper, yon can at once inform us ot' the fact and your name will lie stricken out. and nobody wil! be hort. This ste;' should be taken within'a reasona? ble time for, although our papers go direct from factory to consumer, yet the factory...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 June 1902

AMERICA'S FINE CATTLE VALUE OF SCIENCE IN BREEDINC PROVED HERE. lin Account or the Evolution or Cattle in America by an Expert?Many Breeds Combined in the So-Called Native Cat? tle?Work or Improving the Herds. George M. Rommel, expert iu anima] husbandry of tbe Bureau of Animal Industry, says lu au Agricultural De? partment bullet iu, just issued, that American breeders of cattle han equalled if uot excelled the results reached cn the other side of the ?water. "But," ho adds, "no suprem? acy of excellence, no victory in show ring or market, eau efface the memory of tho debt America owes to those sturdy yeomen whoso uames adorn tho best herd records of England aud Scotland." Mr. Rommel's pamphlet is devoted to n study of American breeds of beef cattle. He begins at the very begin? ning, going back to that voyage of Columbus tn which the first cattle known in the Western Hemisphere are f-upposed to have been brought over. Other Spanish explorers and armed invaders followed Columbus's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 June 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JUNF 27. 1902. NO. 25 THE*nY5TERT- OF-T/1E ''.s'-lwfiSfif _ ZfT ?~!if iiiiiimiiiiitiiiH {ES*.' Florence Warden, Author of"The Mouse on IU* Harsh," cfc-j ie,.mTluli* 1*0^. Kv ltnhirt RMinaSi Rnn>.' CHAPTER VIII. Now She intention of the two con spirators, who wore conspiring, with out Clifford's knowledge, to cure hin of his infatuation, was to keep thli luckless adventure from coming to hil ears. But lt leaked out In spite 01 them., aud one evening, when thej were enjoying their pipes in the rooms they shared together, they fount themselves confronted with King him self, in a state of boiling indignation. lt was in vain they tried to prove tc him how laudable their intention; had been, how much for the good ol the young lady herself it would have been if they could have cleared up Um ugly mystery. "If you could have cleared it up, nc ene would have been more thankful moro grateful than I," retorted Clif ford, whose face...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 June 1902

f I ll BLAND RECORDER. Terms, $1.00 a Yeal In Advant e. I tatted evert Friday tTenlngbv *vV. l-l. IvT A THK'-NTY, ?nter ed at the Monterey postoffyceaa second class matter. Montercv, Vp., Friday, .lune 27, 1002 .Offences Concerning Highways Section 3850 of ihe Code of Vir? gin:;: states; "If any person kill a .tree within the distance of fifty feet of ft road, or so cut or injure it as to render it liable to fall, and J eave it standing, or knowingly or willfully, without lawful authorty. ?break down or destroy or injure uny bridge, .bench or log placed ?croea a stream for accommodation, or any sign board, mile stone or post for the direction, of travelers, br obstruct any road or drain of .the road, he shall be fined not ex? ceeding $1(^0." Sect ing 8807. "If any person knowingly and willfully fell tim .ber into any of the rivers or creeks, in this state, or cast any waste wood into the same which shall damage or destroy any bridge or boat or in j ur any other property by drifting ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 June 1902

Items of ft ter est io Home Vol U s A bon 1 Th*1 r F r fend s Aim! Acquaintances. How About iii Some of those to whom we have been tending sample copies for n month have said -''Just sen 1 it on ^ regler*1?lott lhere are several who1 have not said \?a nor mtv. To these wc send sample copies Kn? ottier week, willi the hope that thev may say yea, hilt in titi.-, lime simula we fail to get an expression, we will take it *for granted and will pince their names on our regular mailing list. Bat, please aUow uh to stale right here, that even after this is done, should the ar? rangement not be entirely satisfac? tory, nnd for any reason yon might suddenly cone I mle that you do not want tu become a regular subscrib? er to your county paper, you can at once inform us of the fact and your name will he stricken out. and nobody will be I>*.;rt. This step should be taken within a reasona? ble time for. although ocr papers ^o direct from factor? to consumer. \et the factory cost is no small it...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 June 1902

The Noble Do;. A wild cry of alarm rang out. Little Mildred Gumborie, the fair haired pet of the millionaire, had ventur ed too near the brink of the ragin; stream and had fallen into the water. "Save my child!' he shrieked. Seated on the steps of the hotel veran da was Col. Hanthunder. At his feet la; a large and magnificent Newfoundlani dog. "Be calm, sub," he said to the distract ed millionaire. "My dog will save you: child. Rovah I?and he spoke to thc an imal?"Good boy! To the rescue 1" Rover rose slowly, shook himself walked leisurely to the bank, looked a' the struggling form of the little girl, anc shook his large magnificent head. Whereat, with a muttered curse, Col Hankthunder rolled up his trousers; wailed in, and saved the child himself. "Kftt*. Innards." Aii actor who was accustomed to spend his summers in Wilton, Me., noted when, as the custom was, a farmer "kill? ed a critter," thc liver, sweetbreads, kid? neys, &c, were thrown away. He offer? ed to purchase these ...

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 July 1902

RECORDER vol. xxiv. MONTEREY,"HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY I. 1902. NO. 26. THE/1Y5TERT* OPTME g^g^wm ^\L).'* tn 1" . ?*T , _ _J ''*k. x?/ Florence Warden, Aultior of-"Tne Mouse on JUe A ar sh," cTc^j I Copyright, 1895, ly obert Bonner's Sous.I UHATTJEIC VIII. Continued. "And you viii not tell mc what that sort of half-idea was?" interrupted Clifford, eagerly, i "No," answered Nell, firmlj.. ? "Aud now?-' pursued Clifford. "Now I have no more idea who did lt than you have yourself. At first I tried to think that this Mr. Lowndes wout to sleep with his head full of thoughts of robbery, and that he dreamed all that long story that he told us. But the more I thought about his manner of telling us, the more I could not help believing that lt was not a dream, after all. And yet-" "You saw no one go through your room but bimi" "No one," answered Nell, emphati? cally. "Could it have been?the?the serv? ant, the woman I saw in the bar:" suggested Clifford, wiih lowered voice. Nell smiled sadly...

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 July 1902

- ,M?*a>t*.?e?o?:tJ.rjrJiaW*?*t?*? ? ? LAM) LtECOKDEK. Terms. |1.00 .. Ycai In Advance. Itutted cur\ Trida >? r arning 1 7 ClUCICd Rt the Monterey postoflicc ap con i class ii^:t11 or. Monu...v Va., Friday July 1, I!'1' Li 20 years there have been aooul strikers iii tills i outi trv (J3 p< i oi which succeeded wholly or in part, while 37 per cenl failed altogether. The total ??: chargeable to .strikers in that time arc reckoned .it about $880,000,000. Che consolidation ol the schools ii | larger om i is without doubt om solution of the problem of nc bool houses, poorly pain! c,;. hers and |i "!?!?? taught chil? dren, -h' -. tb: Chariutte, N. C., Standard. According to Representative Cannon (republican), the estimat? ed revenue of the Government fur ???;.??._ i; il year will be 19.000,000 and appropriations to date, including 150,000,000 for the li mian canal Aggregate $750, 000,000 \\ ; ere is the deficit to COUii from? When the republicans, by mean: of extravagance and the...

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 July 1902

iiiaTTTTTiiices. Onc2 Again. We desire tu express our thunk* to those to whom wo have been sending sample conies, ior their show of appreciation of the paper and of our effort in securing new names on our list, bv expressing a willingness to become permanent ?subscriber?.. For those who sent in "regrets" that for various reasons they could not at this particular time become subscribers, wc have a due appre? ciation, for all were gentle and gentlemanly in their expression*. We hope that some day, some of them ut least, will say?"Just send it on regler." Very truly, VV. H. Mathenv, Pub. Dr. M. B. Campbell of Meadow Dale was in town Wednesday. Mrs 0. Wilson is on a visit to relatives at Williamsville. Howard Armstrong, Esq. of Doe Hill spent Tuesday in town. Miss Geneva Rogers. Miss Oliva Wallace, and Mr. G. C. Fifer of McDowell spent Monday in Monte? rey. Mr. W. ti. Keiater, principal of the Harrison burg High school, and wife were ni Monterey this week. Rev. J. Silor Garrison, presid...

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

LIVE NEWS OF THE PIP DOMINION. Latest Happenings Gleaned From Al Over the State. LIST OF NEW PENSIONS GRANTED. Convention Completed its Work?Governor Issues His Proclamation?Calls Upon the People to Render Loyal Support?An Old -Time Elopement?Mr. Carter's Option oj (be Virginia and Southwestern. Pensions granted Virginians: Robert Bivens. Kanona! Soldiers' Home, Elizabeth City. $8; James Custis. Birdsnest, $8; Isaac Riddick. Lamberts Point, $12; Patrick McGinniss, Nation? al Soldiers' Home. Elizabeth City, $12; John McArdle, Newport News. $8; Edmund Nelson. National Soldiers' Home, Elizsbeth City. $12: George A. Clapp, National Soldiers' Home, Eliz? abeth City, $12; Nancy Bailey, Nor t'olk. $8; Philip Cavanatigh. Na? tional Soldiers' Home. Elizabeth City, $8; Charles P. Goidrich. dead. Den? dron. $12; Stephen Davis. NewporJ News, $6; John W. Chrismore. Win? chester. $30: James D. Ham. National Military Home, Elizabeth City, $6; 1 homas W. Gannan. National Military Home. Elizabeth Ci...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 July 1902

RECORDER VOL. WIV MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY l|. 1902. NO. 27 THE-nY5TER.T* oFT/ie ?>??s BY ZJj lIRIjrnTj MiniuiiimiiiimnH ri ore nee Warden, ?Auittor of-" The Mouse oa Ita Aa.r5r\," el"c. [Couvridit. 1895. by J^jb.'i't Bounw'a a****** ' CHAPTER IX. j about this; I didn't tedi her why Cont in ii pd. ' I rninp." "Oh, but she's come hack!" replied Meg. quickly, -with the idea that there was reproach to her young mistress Implied iu the suggestion that she had been frightened away. "She didn't wait loug alter the master seul tor her, I eui tell you!" "Ami she's iii the house DOW*" asked the detective, Avith interest. "Yes, but not for you to see," re tarted Meg, rudely. "You can worrj nie with your questions, if you like but you don't get at her, if I can heir. lt!" - At that moment a window was opened above their heads, and the titi teethe, without answering the serv nut, looked quickly up. lie saw Nel standing at the casement, crumbling jj piece oi bread which she put on...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 July 1902

3 i> i;; rx, a yo Recorder. Tarme, $1.0<j ? ifeai In ? rivi ice. Ia nen ?: -? ? - . t Trait:. ? | - - - - 7ZT?. Suter -: at ? M eroy poi tofik ? aa cona class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, July li, 1902 The Boer war, Recording bo thi latest ?estimate*, has cojvt Great ?Britain $\ 200,000,000. it is little wonder that Hie English people re j lice that the var ia ended. The Maine ship builders assert that the greatest drawback their j i;:ii.stry han to contend with is vile fact that British *&ip-builder* | can buy from ihe Bteel Trust the steel used in ship construction far ?cheaper than thev can. Tiie man with a w**ll trained ari ind is dressed in armor for de? fense,, but lie has no offensive weap? on in his grasp. The mun who has only a skilled arin has a powerful lance, but no armor for self-defense. [ The mun with a trained mind and] also a trained arin and hand, all acting in unison, is armed cap-a-pie to attack and to resist. Tiie boy or girl wli.o bas received a bra...

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 July 1902

rr-. ???----!--? ?? UlGHLAND EECKODER JJ ' . , l-l ... / Brief Item*; of Inter esl to Home Folks About Theil Friends Ami Acquaintances. Once Again. We desire to express our thnn.ks to those to ahum we have been Bending sample copies, for tleir show of appreciation oi' the paper and of our effort in securing new names on our list, by expressing a willingness to become permanent subscribers. For those'who sent in "regrets1" that for various reasons they could not at this particular time become subscribers, we baye a due appre? ciation, for all were gentle and gentlemanly in their expressions. We hope that some day, some of them at least, will say?"Just send it on regler." Verv trulv, W. ll. Mathenv, Pub. Mrs. A. L. Armstrong and daugh? ter Miss Crosby of McDowell, were in town recently. Mr. A. J. McCoy of the Doe Hill neighborhood, ont ol our most worthy citizens, vis ted Mottterey Monday. Mr. A. W. Bussard and son Shell} of Bola/ spent a short while here Monday. Capt. J. C. Mathenv a...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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