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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 circ...

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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 h...

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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 ed...

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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. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 August 1902

WOMAN'S ? 1 ? REALM. AN EMERGENCY WOMAN. A Gentlewoman With Sense Who Intro? duce! a New Vocation. "Several years ago I was left In a position that necessitated my making money." said a woman to a Chicago Inter-Ocean reporter. "I liad no spe? cialty, no training for self-support. I was a gentlewoman with common sense and good judgment. I knew a good deal about housekeeping and its problems, as every conscientious wom? an who has had a home of her own does, but I was not willing to take regular employment in domestic ser? vice. At first I tried to find a place as companion or secretary, but such places were scarce and I hadn't the training for them. "In the meantime I helped several of my acquaintances through times of domestic storm and stress, and, thougli I hated it, allowed them to pay me.. A wealthy woman who knew of me through a family connection waft called to a sick husbaud in Southern California. She had small children and no one save the ordinary nurses to leave them with. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 August 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER . <? VOL. XXIV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. AUGUST 22, l?02. NO. "3. THE-nY5TER.Y- bf.THC Tl o re ncc "War d c n, L, (Aumor of "Thc House on thc Ao.r5h_" cfc* (Copyright, 1835, by Hobart Bonner's Sons I >V CHAPTER XV, Continued. j There was au adjournment for lun? cheon nt tbls point, and afterward came the supreme sensation of tbe day?the appearance of Nell Claris as a witness. Tongues had been bus; with her name since th* crowd hied oui of the j court. No one could doubt the import ? of the questions the coroner had put to i Miss Bostal. It was plaiu that Nell, j the only person, except Clifford, who I was known to have had any cause of j ill-will toward the deceased man. now lay under the suspicion of being con cerued iu his death. Perhaps the girl herself, when she came from the magistrate's room Into the court, was the only person present who did not roalize thc position In which she stood. For she alone had been absent when the searc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 August 1902

W?? ii.imann ii m ????!! lin i in ri purni i Hiv'ULAN! C01U>i?K. #*rms, $1.00 a Tear in Advance. ????cd eve rv Ptidav evening: by W. 3H. MATHBNY, at the Montey post office as second class matter. , Va., Friday, A ag. 23, 1903 ? ?I ?? i m ?? i .? ? ? - ? ? .- _? Board of Snpe&viaora Re-letting of Ronda Ac HUSO)!** TRANSACTED Of! J ULT 14Mi; Tha new Bullpastute road afc Mc? Dowell having been located so that in intersecting with the S & P road it toot a part of the Presbyterian chnott lot as well as a part of the Maa* lot. and there being objec? tion ?? the part, of those interested. it wm ordered hy the Board thai the matter be re-committed to Comre. John T. Byrd, W. H. Vance and John J. Hiner for the purpose j of changing the location so as not to interfear witb the church and manta lots and intersect the pike at a point between the church and the fMIpaeture ri eer bridge. We learn ||j|t Messrs Byrd and Vance bavo made tbe change as directed by the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 August 1902

UlOliLAM) HECKODEK PEK80NAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Bob Mcouffin of Bolar was up Wednesday. Mr Dock Terry of Back Creek wm up Monday. Mr George Harper of the Branch was up recently. The holiness camp meeting is in progress on Back Creek. Cecil and Kenton Bird of Back Creek were here mouday When in need of carpet?, mat? tings or rugs, you would do well lo yisit Shreckhise ft Bear, Staun? ton Va. Prof C L Melton of R M College is in Monterey. Mr Geo Swecker returned Sat? urday from atrip to Durbin. Mr Ed Pullin of the Bullpasture was up Wednesday. Mr E W Armstrong returned from Doe Hill Wednesday. Mr Joseph A Diner has fixed up Spruce street in tine shape. Mr R W Lightnerof Back Creek was in town Friday, last. Mr Geo W Bratton of the Riyer returned to the Hospital Wednes? day. A great sacrafice sale of Sum? mer goods is now in progress at Shreckhise & Bear. Staunton Va. Mr Sam P Samples and little daughter Gracie call...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 August 1902

Foiled. "You ought to have been down at th* louse the other overing when we played that joke on Uncle Gottlieb. I invited lim to come and eat a Welsh rabbit, ,ou know.'' ??Vc>?-' "Well, we made it out of limburger :heese." ? "You must have had a lot of fun out )l it." "lt wasn't so awfully funny. Ile ate t all and said it was thc be.t thing he lad ever tasted." Almost KHlcU Path*'. "What's your impression of society?" i.-ked the old-time friend. "Well." answered Mr. Goldpurse, "I couldn't like lo hive you mention it o mother or the girls, hut my imprcs lion is that society is a place where a nan who has worked his way up in the .vorld from nothing to a million ts likely :o get sneered at because he can't play .ling-pong."?Tit-Bits. Lost Hair ; My hair came out by the hand? ful, and the gray hairs beg2n to creep in. I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor, and it stopped the hair from com? ing out and restored the color."? Mrs. M. D.Gray, No. Salem, Mass. There's a pleasure in offering ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 August 1902

HIGHLAND 71 li CORDER VOL. XXIV MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 29, 1902, NO. ?i TME-nTSTERT' Of ?TjH]C ^f^mm^mm^^^^ i_H? inti i tlllllilllllllllllllllll fp^.y BY Fl o re nee "War d e n, r< (Author or "The Mouse on tty: Harsh." cl"c. ICprjTisht, IS??, Ly Istat Bonner's Sods. I CHAPTER XVI. m.mr** Continued. -..__, I The cold drive home of George Claris lind his niece began in silence. They were already in sight of the little group of buildings of .which the Blue Lion was the principal, when the girl, turning suddenly to her uncle, asked: "Uncle George, what is the matter? !Why are you different, different to me?" There was a pause. A struggle was going on in the man's breast, a strug? gle pitifully keen, between the love ho had always borne toward his Nell and the attacks of doubt and suspicion. It was In a husky, unnatural voice that he presently replied, parrying the ques? tion: ' "Different! How different?" ! "You know, you know," Nell whis? pered back. George C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 August 1902

lilGi.l.AND Becouder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issue 1 everv Frldaf rvcniiiRliT W- *I- IN^A-TTTTOTSrY, mafe&tm _v_T3_> JP7. !??*?%. Intered al thc Munn-; . postofflceaa second class matter, Ifonterey, Ya.. Friday, Aug. 29, 100? A Per ti neill Query. Ed Highland Recorder; Your Highland rt ad era appre? ciate your publication of Hie rceenl i'oad lettinif, bv Hie Bmiid of Supervisors of the county, and will von not pive i.ih in your next issue a little more information ou this subject ? Please gjye ns, in addition tn the number n| each sci linn, and thc con traci price, na in your lust issue, the number of miles in each sect ion, sd that v.-e iiiuv make som- calcu? lations; iiiid especially are the roads in each district kept under the same i specifications. Blue Grass must have many j miles los of road than Stonewall and vet. brr contractors get more] pay than the Stonewall contractors. \Ve want data to fl ku re it, out. The above request is a reasonable ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 August 1902

UlGHLAXD ltECUODER LOCAL NEWST PERSONAL Rrief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. A Necessary Precaution. Don't neglect a cold, lt is worse than unpleasant. It is dangerous. By using One Minute Cough Cure you can cure it at once. Allays inflammation, clears the head, soothes and strengthens the mu? cous membrane. Cures coughs, croup, throat and lung troubles. Absolutely safe. Acts immediate? ly. Children like it. X. ll. Trim? ble, M. D. Mr. J. A'. Whitelaw has 10 hands at work brushing on his farm on the Branch. He is expending a con? siderable amount in improving (ii. properety. lt Needs A Tonic. There are time wlu-n your liver needs a tonic. Don't, give purga? tives that gripe ant] weaken. De Witt's Little Early Risers expel all poison from the system and act. as tonic to the lifer. W. Scott, 531 Highland ave.. Milton, pa., says; '?I have carried DeWitt's Little Ri? lera with me for several years and would not be without them.'' Small and easy to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 August 1902

'foo threat a Sacrifice. The commander of he troops called for volunteers. "I want some one to lead a forlorn hope," he said. "Yonder battery must be taken at all hazards. It will be a difficult and dangerous job, and few who engage in it will come back alive. Who will lend the men?" Thc officers looked at one another, but made no response. "What!" exclaimed the commander. "Does a brave soldier fear to risk his ^ life in the sen-ice of his country?" "It isn't the fear of death that re? strains us, general,'' replied one of the officers, holding his herd proudly erect. "It's thc fear that we may be unfor? tunate enough to live through it, be proclaimed heroes, and then be abused, and ridiculed, and caricatured by the newspapers all thc rest of our days. We couldn't stand that, general!" Whereupon the commander ordered a general advance, as being the safest thing for all concerned. Teinpornr\' Insanity. The youthful attorney secured a ver? dict in favor of the Irishman charged with mu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 September 1902

HIGHLAND ECORDER VOL. XXIV MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. SEPTEMBER*, 1902 NO. 35. THE/1Y5TERT- OFTilE ?xl- ? :? Fi.".!.' .f'.vliAFl'.'rv ?, Florence War den? &_r\ftj??*.ta ?* Mouse on lUfc A cir sh ff crc^ i;"ui'yTl!t)ib 18ft"-, by Robert Bonner'! Born J CHAPTER XVII* _-.-- Continued. r Kow these words, taken with the tone In which they were spoken, were strong tests of the lover's trust. But Clifford did uot flinch. Ile told Hem? ming to call the nurse, who was walt? ing outside the door, aud at once sent a message to Kell to asa her to come nnd see him. "And don't tell her," he went on, With a defiant glance at the detective, "who it is that wishes to see her." When Nell came in, iherefore, she was taken by surprise. It worried Clifford to note that she turned very white and began to tremble violently When she found who it was that want? ed to speak to her. Hen:ming came to the point at once. "Do you remember, Miss," said he, in a very deferential tone, "Colonel Bost...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 September 1902

llU; ULAM) KECOKDER. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued er-erv Fridav t retiing by W. **- 3vc A T-rrE-xr^r, ?2;x_j3 .A.-7X-- 7 ? s:.i..:er. Enteied at the Moue.ty post office a? second class matter. Monterey, Ya., Fridav, Sept. 5, 190S News cornea from Japan to lbs effect that in ihe near future Hie Japanese niiiils will be camed in American automobile*! The public selio >1 system would get a wonderful impetus if we could graft upon it some form of manual industrial training.?Gov. A. J. Montague oi' Virginia. That tho proprietors of the beef trust appreciate the futility of the attorney general's legal proceedings is evidenced liv their continued movement towards a closer eomlu? nation of the interested packers. The anthracite coal strike has demonstrated tl at under the law capital mav Combine to cheap-1 en production and reduce wages. but for labor to com hine to raise wages and reduce the length of tin working day is illegal?almost an? archistic. On the Reunion. Wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 September 1902

Highland Reckodeb LOCAL NEWS. I'EK NON AL Rvlef Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Fine rain here Wednesday night. Mr ll II Corbett was in town Tuesday. Miss Clara Heed is a guest at the, New Star. Mr. Letcher McGlaughliu was up Monday. Mr L A Harold of Crabbottom was lip Tuesday. Mr H H Terry of the Uiver made a busine-.s trip to town Tuesday. Mr D W Carpenter of Bolar was in town the first of the week. Mr Jack Fankhouser was down to see Franklin Sunday night. Mr Forest Kyle of Staunton is vis? iting his relatives, the Gibsons. To keep down the dust use a "Bissell" Carpet sweeper. Sold only by Shreckhise ft Bear, Staun? ton Va. Mr. J C Bogos returned Monday to his business at Palmer, W Va. Mrs. M B Campbell of Meadow Dale was in town Monday shopping. No rait: yet at Monterey, but good showers in di'ie re nt parts of the county. ^ Messers E A Dudley and S W Sterrett of Crabbottom were in town Monday. Mrs Hannah Wamsley of Ran dolth county is vis.t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 September 1902

Tho l.lttlo Tot. "I want 5 cents worth of gloiy di? vine!" said a flaxen-haired tot. looking intently at the clerk in a S >ul.i Boston drug store last evening. Everybody within hearing of thc infantile vt'iee either laughed (ir smiled, while Mr. Grey, the drug man. looked serious and appeared to be thinking. "Arc you sure it is glory divine y>?.i wan:?" he asked the little one. "Yes, sir." was the prompt response. "For what does mamma vant it?" was the next question. "To throw it around thc ri nun and in thc back yard," said .he little tot, in? nocently. "Isn't it chloride of lime she wants?" asked the tinier man. The little girl nodded her assent, and soon she was on her way home to mother. "Ifs only coe oi many <:niej ma.-, which face the drug 'lerks every day in their live?." said rhc apothecary. "The little girls d>> not make mistakes very often, but the little boys and some of the heads of families are always guessing at wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 September 1902

.AN RECORDER VOL. xxiv MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. SEPTEMBER 12, 1902 NO. .6 THEI1Y5TERT- of THE ?V . ""illili.. Florence Warden. . (Aurhor or," Thc Mouse on ttrc Marsh," cl'c. ?r I Copyright, 189., by Bob-it Bonner's Sous, i CHAPTER XVIII. j*"" Continued. It was about eight o'clock that night} when they learned that a schooner hail gone ashore lo tile bay itself, within a mile of thc inn. She had lost her steering-gear in Hie storm, and the' force of tho wind had driven her upon thc ?.nnds at the edge of the marsh. It WU high tide wheo Hie disaster hap* j pened, but it was thought that tho ?hip was in no danger of breaking ap, j mud that her crew would all be got off , tn safety as tho tile went down. The life-boat from Courtstairs was already on its way to the wrecked vessel when the news came to the inn. Through the snow, which the wind , blew straight int j their faces. Neil ! and half a dozen of her neighbors | made their way across thc marah, tho j men carrying ropes and l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 September 1902

HlUULAND KECOKDEK. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Usaed ererv Fridav eveninBbv W- Ii- MATHENY, Entered at the Monte,-, y postofflce as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Sept. IS, 1002 BIOGRA P ifllToT ES. Interesting: Fact:- Concerning the Beverage Family. W. T. Price Record:? the History of Another of the Pioneer Families of Pocahontas Co. There is a relationship in our county, while no pioneers in the usual tenet of the nord, yet per? formed a very important part in mateiial improvement of our moun? tain lands. Before the Beverages caine to our county and for years since there was a type of mountain land not much valued and was held comparatively cheap. It was a common remark about such land that like self righteousness the more a person had ol such land the worse it would be with him. The Beverages utilized such land and prospered. The Beverages trace their ances? try to David Beverage, of Highland county, a native of Scotland, who came to Crabbottom previous to 1 he W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 September 1902

Highland Recuodek LOCAL NEWS. I'KltNUNAL Brief Items of Interest to Home folks About Their Friends Ami Arqiiai litanies. County Court Thursday the 18th. Mr J Wesley Elide of Polar was in town Monday. Mr Bob Trimble returned from J West Va. Wednesday. J S McNulty Esq of McDowell was here Wednesday. Mr Ed McClintic of Jacksons River was up Wednesday, Miss Nannie Sterrctt of Hull was in town Tuesday shopping. Mr Harmon Woods and little child were ia town Saturday. Sept. 12th, and 13th, are the days for the Fall and Winter opening at Shreckhise & Bear's. Staunton Va, Mr aud Mrs ll F Siayen spent Sunday with Doe Hill friends. Mr J A Whitelaw made a busi? ness trip to Franklin Saturday. A consignment of goods for the Swadley store came in on Wednes? day. Mr Charles McClintic of Bolar spent a short while in town Tues? day. Mr Jack Funkhouser returned Tuesday to his home at Wear's Cave. Mr Peter Woods, after a long absence, paid Monterey a vi^it Monday. Mr Ernest Whitelaw was ca...

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