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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 11 July 1902

ii xv na Ndt Mic. Mr. Wanterknowe (savagely)?Idle curiosity? Great Scott, no! Yours is the most perniciously active, wide? awake, sleepless, energetic curiosity it was ever my fate to encounter.?Tit Bits. "You're up pretty early this morn? ing. Willie," said thc milkman. Tlio Karl tint Part. "Yep," replied Willie, without look? ing up from the dime novel. "Mom sent mt ter bed las' night jes' as Hand? s'nie Harry wuz gum' to rescue the beauteous maiden." Merrill's l-'oot Powder. All al>soluto cure for all foot troubles. Guaranteed to stop all odor nnd exccsslra perspiration. Brines red, burning, smarting, Hr,?(! arni tender U'H to a perfectly normal condition. A superior toilet article for ladles. Thia powder does away with the use of drees $ i ilda. Druggist*, or sent direct In hand eomesprlnUetoptinpackagefor25o. Edwin F. UttBlU*. Maker. Woodstock. Vt. An epidemic of scarlet lever has been traced to tame pigeons in Cincinnati, Ohio New Ji>vsev Skin Troubles Can't resist Tette...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 July 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxiv. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JULY 18. 1902. NO. 28 THEflY5TER.f-oF.THE H o re ncc ~W&r d c r\\'K ct wyr of-"The Mouse on fe Harsh," efcj ICopfrtgW, 16K, by ?bert Bonner'* Rm>. ? CHATTER X. r - t?? Continued. 1 He spoke in a low voice, not wishing lo be heard, still walking along the high road. But Jem, who did wish to be heard, bawled out his answer ot the top of his voice: l "Yes, Mr. Hemming, lt's me right enough. And maybe I've got as much to tell you as you've got to ask me, slr!" The detective saw that Nell, who was now at the corner of the road, and nbout to turn to go up to the front? door of the house, stopped, hesitated, and seemed half-inclined to return to where Jem stood. Perceiving this, Jem drew back a step and appeared to wait for her. But Nell did not come bacK. After a few moments of indecision, she disappeared round the corner of the white house. Jem Stickels, however, seemed either to have changed his mind about telling the d...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 July 1902

J i* ii?,and Recorder, Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. ? rr Friday t renins liv W. Jr-. MATr-r^NY, Enleied ki tho Monte;cy postofflcesf aecond cla*? ronner. Monterey, Va., Friday, July 18, 11)02 An employee of the government recently told ti con grossman "that I;is new chief stgnedevery document that was )>>.{ before him wftliout noting ita (.intents. The Congress? man doubted the statement nnd n "'bet \v.'is made. The Congressman waited and, in a few minute.*, the clerk brought bim Kia chief's resig? nation, duly signed. Beauty is an incentive ta go* d order. Tills is r good reason why 'music and drawing lire so helpful in schools. When o:ir surround jii^s are respectable and ennobling, We nre apt to respond to them and j 'he respectable ourselves. This was meant by the boy who misbehaved 'on Sunday an offered for his excuse that he. had on everyday clothes and did not know that he was ex? pected to behave. --Lawton B. Evans in Southern Educational 'Journal. Vacation Days. Va...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 July 1902

UlGlIL.VND JUECKODER _LOl AGNEWS. PERSONAL Rrief Items of Interest to Home Tnjks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr and Mrs. Wellington Hird of lilli Gap were np Monday. Mr. C. T. Fleisher has had his house nicely painted* Kev. R. L. gutsier will preach at Ilightown on Sunday .July 20 at. ll a. m. at Trinity 3 p. in. and at Monterey at 8 p. m. Mr., Gide Hi lier who was home tor a few day? returned Wednesday to Durbin. Mr. Dave diner is at home for a short stay. Mr Ii uv Wilson came in from West Va'. Sunday. Mr and Mrs Jacob ITevencr ?nd child of Crabbottom were in town ' Monday. Mr. Wm. Hevenerof Crabboltom returned recently from a business trip through West Va Mr. Martin Colaw of Top Alle ghany called on Wednesday while in town. Mr D 0 Bird's little son Ernest while playing ran his hand against a hand saw that was being used by a carpenter, and had two fingers cut off. The holiness camp meeting on Back Creek will commence Aug, 20th. tv Messrs. J. Ed Arbogast and S. W. Crumme...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 18 July 1902

^VW\?*\\?VWV\iVWV*WHlW\VW\ j WOMAN'S ? I 9 REALM. JEWELRY PERFECTION. Ideas Have Chanjjed Regarding Desli nbiltty of Solitaire*. Modern jewelry, and perhaps nior especially itunmer jewelry, emphasise the fact that the artistic side of Ame] .ca is .mowing. Time was. and not s long a^o, a fashionable jeweler inform sis, when the semi-precious stones sim ply could not be sold here. Even rubie And emeralds were sacrificed, whei disposed cf at all, at half or a thin what a diamond of the same weigh .iud quality would bring. Even in (lia :.ionds artistic mountings were not il any great demand. The idea was t( icquire diamonds, as many as possible nnd Of a size that suggested one migl) realize on them promptly?a gambler isque sort of property that was fond I: lUpposed to be ornamental as well a useful in times of need, when one'i eucle would exchange it for spot cash No! even the man who still sticks t< this solitaire willingly pays a consider ;;bl<> amount to have it reset in one...

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 July 1902
Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 July 1902
Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 July 1902
Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 July 1902
Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 August 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxiv. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 1,190?. NO. 30 THE-nYSTERY- or-THf HorenceXVcircknT , iAurhor of-"Thc Mouse on tte Adrah," cte. LCoDvriO&t. IBBo. hy Xo'.mrt Bnnnnr'i Rona I kW'1 S^^fn jl CHArTEU Xii. Continued. Now. there was no place to which "Nell would not rather have gone thau to Shingle End. For was not sent! mental Miss Theodora the very cause of the outrage which had put Clif? ford's life in dangert If it had not been for Miss Bostal's Avell-meaning but ill-judged encouragement. Jeni Stlckels would neA'er have dared to think he could have a chance with a girl who Avas so far removed from him in every way as Nell. Now, with natural feminine obstinacy, Miss liostal would bo sure to take Jem's part against Clifford, especially when lt retched her ears that the latter had ?come down at Nell's own request. So that lt was with sIoav, unAvilling feet that Nell made her way to the colo? nel's house. Everything turned out as she ex? pected, with...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 August 1902

y?- . -. ?_ . ...ar-"- I ?' v I ^'""' ?t-v"-' 7.. i_?**J o.<i?jJ.:-. -. ?? T ri ? ' ? - - o. {?sui 1 et tn P fningr bj a-1 ?: rc - - ^rrr wasx*x?sjcjBae. Bntoxed at the Montoiey postofflceai i iscond clan matter, Monterey, Va., Friday, Aug. 1, 1002 Two Tanneries for Pocahontas. Last week's Pocahontas Times says: ''The two tanneries are eoming closer. Last Saturday a meeting wai Leid at the White Sulphur ' Springs, at wh;ch were present Col. McGraw, John Alexander, W. A ' Britton, and E. M. Arbogaet, aud . i:\h representative of tho United ? States {/cather Company, Mr.Grant. On Monday the party went to Durbin. We undeistand from thc rumor? of the result cf the confer? ence that the company will build two tanneries in the county, ono at Durbin which will uso hemlock j hark, and the other at Marliutonj which will uso chestnut oak bark. If these industries come they will roean much for the county, as each ' will employ severul hundred men. Vacation Days, Vacation time is here and th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 August 1902

:??*.-.'? ? ? r i - t t - ii i hw wm ? 11 ii tilGHLANO REORODEE LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL JRrJef Items of Interest *o Horni Folks About Their Friend's Aid Acquaintances, Mr. Will Jordan has opened s barber shop iii the jail building. Mr H M Slaven waa in Crahbot? tom Tuesday. Mrs. J W Beverage and little son of Strait Creek were in town Wed? nesday shopping. Mr and Mrs Wm Corbett of Pinckuey WSTInp Wednesday. The once thirsty mother earth can no longer say that it is a long time between drinks. Squire F. M. Bird of Mill Gap was in town Saturday. Mr. James 0. Hiiier and little daughter Sula returned Saturday from a trip to Staunton. Mr. Wm. C. Rexrode of New Hampden made a trip to Staunton this week. He don't like the road to Durbin. The rain has placed a check on haymaking, but farmers are glad. Mr Chas. Janus of Meadow Dale was over Tuesday. Miss Harriett Cross of West Augusta is visiting her brother, Mr. Chas, Cross. Miss Allie Pallin of Mill Gap has beer, sick for sonic tir.:c but is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 August 1902

WOMAN'S ? REALM. WOMEN AND MACHINERY. Not a Few Feminine Minds* in Amelie of a Mechanical Turn. I Looking at a small engine in n -win dow of a downtown machinery estah lishment was a woman; and seeming!; she was regarding the engine not wit! n merely idle curiosity, but with ai intelligent interest. It seemed odd to see a woman thus looking over a piece of machinery but a man who ought to know whethei women are interested in mechanica tilings or not said In response to ai inquiry on the subject that undoubted ly they were. Mechanics, he said, were oorn, nol made, and there were some womer who had a mechanical bent or inclina tion, and took to machines kindly and naturally, and easily learned to run them. He had known, for instance, of a woman who could run an automobile ?with ease and skill and brins it in always lu perfect condition, while her husband could never run the same machine without getting something out of kilter about it. Evidently here the woman was thc better mechanic ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 August 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER - vol. xxiv. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. AUGUST 8.190:'. NO. 31 THE-MYSTERY- of THE j HfefejB^^_i^l&a_H_l)RE 'FiorencVXC^rdcnV*' i j-(foumor of_?Thc Mouse, on JtUc Aurari," ercj I Copyright, 1896, by ebert Bonner's Bona.] ' CHAPTER XIII. Y~ - -' Continued. "But didn't you hear what the doctor paid? Didn't you wait to hear it?" per? sisted Nell. "I waited to hear it, but I didn't suc? ceed," said the colonel, lu an offended tone. The fact was that he and s number of other nobodies, who on one account or other considered themselves persons of great importance in the neighbor? hood, had been cruelly snubbed by the two medical men who had made an examination of the body when it had been brought into the town. For, after making their examination, they had both passed out of the building and through the throng which awaited them as quickly as possible, and had both declined at that stage to give a definite opinion as to the cause of death. So oil the little-great...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 August 1902

- J*..*., Uk ._?*<?.. ? jilGill.A^O LlECOKE Terms, $l.Ud a Year in Advance. Issued crerv Friday (veningbT w. ix. Tvi/ rnxi._M^r, sciTiS ^v_?rr _? -r__3T_._=;r.-r:a?. Ealeicd at the M..lum cy .postoflice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Aug. 8, 19 02 Get Ready to Register. The Hoard of Registration for Monterey district has announced the ilatt<s for its sitting", notice of which appears in this issue, and we i suppose the other Boards of the county will soon give notices of the times and places of their sittings, i and as no one -no, not one?can ? vote at the November election. , without appearing before their re? spective boards of registration, it 'limy be we'll to ;.g-iin enumerate - the u/uilifieations of the new con? stitution. There are foor qualifv ications and, remember, the nppli ?cant who complies with any one of ? them ia entitled to be registered. ? Then it should he remembered, too. that all who are registered nuder any one of these four provisions wi...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 August 1902

Highland I i LOCAL NEWS. PEKNONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr George M Sutton was in town Friday. . Miss Mary Whit ela ti spent some time in town Tuesday. W P Campbell K*q. and wife1 have returned from Hinton. Miss Sallie Clark of Greenville is visiting relatives nt Monterey. Mr Dvsard of Pocahontas* county is at Bolar making use of the water for eczema. Mr and Mrs fl L Matheny and son Wallace spent Sunday with Monterey relatives, Mr Paul Priest of Franklin spent Saturday willi Monterey friends. Mr J N Moble* of Augusta co.sil? ty has gone to Bolar to spend a month. Mr and Mis Charley Hull of Top Allegheny visited Monterey friends Tuesday. Mr dames Ralston of the Mc? Dowell neighborhood was over Sat? urday. Mr and Mrs D 0 Woods of Mill Oap were here Saturday trading al the stores. Mr Arlie Ervine and sister, Mi: Minnie of McDowell were up Wed? nesday. Miss Emma Matheny has return? ed from a two mouths yisit at Dan? ville. Miss Fann...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 August 1902

No Ktp? In Chicago. A student of the Chicago directory finds that there are in the city 700 Adams and not a single Eve. But of Cains there are 55 and Abels 8. The city is well supplied with patriarchs? 100 Abrahams, 19 Isaacs and 600 Jacobs. And of Solomons there are no. There ?re 15 Darlings and but 2 men whose name is Kiss, and there is a total of 90 Loves, but not a Lover, although there is 1 Mormon. The most abbre? viated surname is Re. Some of the <>:her odd names are Papa, Morningstar and Paradise. The only man in Chi? cago who, according to the directory, is a Fake is Fred L., one of thc As? sistant State's Attorneys. It seems thal after all the men in Chicago are divided in about the same proportion as the men of thc world, according to New 1 ostament inferences. There are 25 Hopes, 7 Faiths and 1 poor, lone Char? ity among the names. There arc 8 Pains and only 1 Well. Th-> Haw Philippine Coins. The design of the new subsidiary coins for circulation in the Philippin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 August 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxiv MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. AUGUST 15 1902. NO. hi _THE<nY3TERT? Of-THC /.??.f^to-""""'"""-"- ?*""?"~\i Gni wr ^ . ~?i J^9i_TBTi fnMIII.IIWIljlHl.fi S Florence~We.rdkv\, (A'ufhor of-"The Mouse on lUe A arah," ere .j I Copniffht, 1995, by Bnbert Bonner's Sons-1 j.-GHAPTER XIV. Continued. The feminine portion of the popula? tion was strongly antagonistic to Nell on account of her undoubted claims to beauty; and the strong feeling against her was undoubtedly the result of sim? ple jealousy rather than a solid opinion founded upon her own conduct. The male portion of tho populace, on the other hand,!, while lest virulent than the women, were not inclined to warm partisanship on behalf of the girl, who had always-displayed a marked indif? ference to their attentions. There was many a young mau in the crowded court that day who found a secret salve for his wounded vanity in the thought that the girl who would not vouchsafe him so much as a look had come ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 August 1902

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued every FrMav - f-incbv Enteied at the Monteiey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, A ag. S, 1902 The politics that permits or rath? er seeks out the political trickster and gives him positions of honor and responsibility, over the man of character ann1 real worth, is the in? direct cause of much of the trouble that conies to the city and county governments where it is practiced. Tiie scandalous affair of the cow? hiding <rfT;he Rev. Chas. ll. Craw ford, by Judge Clarence .). Camp hell, in Amherst county is a case in point, The Century Chest to be Opened Jan. 1st aooo. What a treasure to us would have been a chest of thin kind. which I shall presently describe, handed down from our Highland ancestors of one hundred years ago; lu this age of rapid progress what will old Highland and our lit? tle town of Monterey be like a hundred years hence when the grand sons of "young Jacob" will sit in mj9 editorV* c...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 August 1902

Highland Reckoner ? LOCALE F W8. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Miss Lucy Wilson is making a visit to the home folks, V B Bishop Esq returned Satur? day fi om his trip South. Mr Will Hiner ia repainting Mr C W Trimble', residence. Dr. H H Jones of Doe Hill made us an agreeable call recently. Mr Chas. Stephenson of Jack eons river was up Saturday. Miss Emma Matheny has been appointed a Notary Public, Mr John Kinkaid of Crabbottom was over Wednesday. Call up Phone 30 Staunton, when in need of any thing in the Dry Goods or Carpet line. Slireek hise & Bear. Eastern College, Front Royal, Va., is offering more advantages at reasonable rates than any other good school. Write for free Cata? logue. Aug-8-5t Mr S A Porter recently rented a farm near Staunton, from Mr Har? mon. Mr Russell Porter of Hot Springs is visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs S A Porter. Meiers John W Simmons and George Colaw of Strait Creek were up Monday. Mr and M...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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