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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 19 September 1902

Black Hair I hav? used your Hair Vigo for five years and am greatly pleased with it. It certainly re? stores the original color to gray hair. It keeps my hair soft."?Mrs. Helen Kilkenny.New Portland, Me. Ayer's Hair Vigor has been restoring color to gray hair for fifty years, and it never fails to do this work, either. You can rely upon it for stopping your hair from failing, for keeping your scalp clean, and for making your hair grow. $1X0 a titi':. AH Jrit..i!>/f. __i^^a .iiwi m. p?p??a&mammaamata If vow draniftt <:tr.ii"t supply you, CC.*;A ns one dulbil and we will express you a bottle. Beware and ((ive tbe namo ot' your nwirf nt nurom oflirc. Address, J. i'. A\i;i: CO., Lowell,Mi ? ?? ?_?__?_?_????-???--? Headache ? Appetite poor? Bov/els con? stipated? li's your liver! Ayer's Pills are Jiver pills. L Want your moustache or beard a beantiftU brown ir rich black ? Use iyOninglieiii'sBye TCrR. P H.I'&C. . Najhu..N H you ll be aomi WHEN IT RAINS IF YOU DONT HAVE THE ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 September 1902

\ HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIV MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER 26, 1902 NO. 38 THE/IYSTERY- of-T/ie ?ic i , H'm, Florence Warden, ... r '/Nufhor of-"The Mouse on fe Adrah," ere j ICopjrlght, teaM- Jby gobert Bonner'a Sons.: CHAPTER XIX. 1 __. Continued. s-^ "Sc. you've been a-visitlug, have you, sir?" Bhe said, in a deep, gruff whlsper, glancing op at the gloomy windows of Shingle End. "Aye, they want a few lively folk to come and Bee 'em and cheer 'em up, for sure!" And she gave him a series of nods and shakes of the head, all of which were meant to carry weighty mean? ing. "Well, this isn't Ihe best place in the world for people who are fond of 'company,' is it V* said Clifford. "I dare say you feel lonely yourself sometimes, don't you?" "Well, I get sonic I don't expect sometimes, sir," she answered, with mystery. "Two nights ago, now, I had a young lady in 'ere?a young lady you may know, sir. who was very much talked about last year, poor dear?" Clifford's sudden start ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 September 1902

Highland Recokder. - ? ? Terms, $1.0X) a Year in Advance. Issued every Friday , veningby W. KC. MA T ?i_r_:N"Y ?oiToit A.ar=> rv3Lie??;}%. Eateied at the Monte:ey postoflice as second cJass matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Sept, 26, 1002 rn -? _ The Recorder appreciates the ref? erence cf "Citizen" of Pinckney. to the part it took in agitating the school question at Monterey. We nre pleased to cae that lie ia a friend of the Monterey school aiul can see jo it a blessing to the county, and that be is aroused 1:0 similar needs nt other points. This is a great work before this "Citizen" as well ns all other citizens of the county, nnd any moye for theadvancement of the educational interests of the comity, will be heartily befriended by the Recorder. That the couuty has been sadly lax in its duty to its children, ex? cept those individuals who have been blessed with U_e means, with? in themselves, to educate their own, is a fact clearly yisible, aud to cause it to see that it should at...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 September 1902

Highland Ueckodek LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Ilrief Items of Interest to llonie Volks About Their Friends Aud Ai i; ii a in ta nco. Di N A Whitelaw of Hightown was over Monday. Mr Janies Cross who has fever, continues to improve. Mr H ll Terr} of the Uiver was up Saturday on ousiness. Mr Cornelius Wimer of Crabbot? tom was over Wednesday. Mrs J L Hiner is visiting rela? tives near Lewisburg, W Va. fir Josiah Crunimett of Back Creek was in town Wednesday. Mr J as II Blagg was a recent and valuable caller at this office. Mr W A Maliena* of the Bot? tom was a town visitor Saturday. A J Waybright cut f.is leg right badly with an axe a few days ago. Write or phone das. W. Liggett care Shreckhise .: Bear for samples of the newest things for Fall and Winter gowns. Charles Diggs has gone to Dur* bin to work on Hr Tate Hiner1! saw? mill. Hr George Gutsliall took a lot of cattle to Buckingham county this week. Mr Orion Fleisher of Strait Creek was doing some trading here Wed? nesday. Mrs W M Trimbl...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 September 1902

Care For Asthma. Sufferers from A'thma, Hay Fever or Bronchitis will bo interested to learn that Dr. R. SchiCfmann's "Asthma Cure" instant? ly relieve, the most violent attack, insurs comfortable sleep arri has effected cures in thousands of cases that had previously tried .very other remedy i. vain. No waiting for results. Its action h immediate, direct and pertain. So firm is his confidence that the doctor requests this paper to announce that -o has sent to druggists of this town, na well as to all other druggist i in this coun? try, sample packages of his remedy, whici trill bo given free to sufferers of above com (ilaints, who apply promptly, thus offering ?vn opportunity to such as have not yet tried tho romedy to mako a personal test whieb .will convince tho most skeptical. Persons failing for any reason to receive a samplo packago fr:>m their druggist will receive one free by nail by sending naree and address (on losing 2 cent stamp foi postage) to Dr. R. Schiffmann, Box 8...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 October 1902

r y HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND CX)UNTY, VA.. OCTOBER 3, 1902. NO. 39 - P^SSS5r*^_BBl%&v' ^8Si_j /. fAumor o^ThckMou3erorv.M:/\?ir3h?? ck>j * lCopyright, 1895,;b7.a>_i_Et Bojaaar'a Bona. 1 Ai?u_ CHAPTER XX. ' mts, *Wfm ~* Continued. .'?__, aawt i "That'll do, slr," said tho sergeant, as, with a shrewd look, he saluted and went back to the cab. , Clifford walked on, therefore, at no very rapid pac?. Indeed, ns tho cab passed him, Wlttf the sergeant on tho' box beside the driver, he saw Nell's face at the window, with a little "sur? prise and reproach in her eyes at the Blow progress he was making In car? rying out her b.hest. 1 j She, poor girl, sat upright and list? ened to the sound of the horse's hoofs Gnd to the wheels upon the road like a person incapable of steady thought' She had known that this blow was coming. She had passed hour aftetf hour of many a weary night In trying to devise mea:is of escapo from ttJ But every plar. had ended in failure ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 October 1902

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. .?sued eY.rr Fridav t vening by JB1WTOW Uk.>T55 ? ~T T3I.iai?_:3?. Entered at the Monteiey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Oct. 3, 1002 Hay Register Until October 15. There is a provision in the ordi? nance relating to the registration of voters which is very important to those who, through careless neg? lect of the published notice, fail to register at the appoint.d time, says the Charlottesville Progress. It is the one which empowers the regis? trars to act "a. such other places within the district or ward as may be convenient and necessary to complete the registration of the voter,.." This clearly means that anv two of the registrars, acting as a majority of the board, can regis? ter applicants at any place within their ward or district between now an4 October 15. Notice of such registration is not required* This clause of the ordinance will protect many who fail to attend the regu? lar meetings of th...

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

Highland Ueckodek LOCAL NEWS. PF.KSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. It is just the thoroughbred stock that are registered. Mr Sandy Stephenson spent a part of the week in town. Mr Wm Stephenson of Meadow Dale wai over Saturday. Circuit Court proceedings will appear in n.xt issue. Supt. J L Jones spenjb a part of the week here un school business. Mr W A Cunningham returned Monday from Marlinton. Mr Wilson I. vd er is rebuilding li is home near Meadow Dale, which was destroyed by fire last April. Mrs A T Stephenson of Jacksons river visited Monterey friends Sat? urday. Write or phone us for samples of Fall and Winter goods which are now ope a.?Shreckhise & Bear. Miss Hale and Miss Rodgers of the Highland High School were here a short while Saturday. Mrs Sallie Snyder who moved to Pocahontas for the summer has re? turned to Monterey for the winter, Messers John Cobb and Clem Jordon came in last week from Horton to spend a few days. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 October 1902

8TEPPED OFF TO MEET HER. Amusing Incident Told by Louisville Courier-Journal. Sunday when the excursion train from Paris filled with negroes bound for the camp meeting, reached this city, saye the Louisville Courier Journal, it passed tho station and went through Cynthlana at the rate of about twenty-five miles an hour, the Idea being to keep the crowd on board until the arrival at tho grounds at the Falmouth pike crossing. . Just before reaching Pike street a negro man jumped from the train. Of course, the momentum of the cars carried him along at a terrific pace. His body was going so fast that his legs could not possibly keep up, but they made a valiant effort to do so, and such a llckity-split a negro never cut before. He galloped across the gut? ter at Pike street at tremendous speed, barely missed a telephone pole, flew up Into the air, turned a couple of somersaults, and landed all In a heap in the middle of the street. His eyes were as big as saucers and seem? ed to pop out....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 October 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. xxiv. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER 10, 1902. NO. .0. THE?nY5TERr^0PT/ie INN >7:-* J Tl o rc nee "Wari! e n?^__J _ . 1 jAumor of." The Mouse on Ihe Afiirsha" ere?; '.eoDrrlfht. 1896* t-7 Mahert Jenner's Boa*. I CHAPTER XXI. r*~*?* ??- Continued. - ._l.,.~ Tho other mau had already looked Into thc kitchen, and they now pro? ceeded to search the shut-up drawing room. Clifford heard them as they moved about?heard the noise of the plled-up furniture being displaced. And then, a moment later, one of the policeman ran up the stairs and passed Clifford as the latter hastily came down. As he reached the foot of the stair? case Clifford, whom the man had sa? luted in silence, heard a sharp rap at the door of the closed room. Then the policeman who was upstairs called quickly to his companion downstairs: "Bill, go outside aud walt under the window. This side of the house quick!" The police sergeant dashed out by the front door without a second's de? lay, wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 October 1902

j|-I I j ULAND RECORDER. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Iasu.it ererv Friclav tv en inp liv cziT.re ^_._rr3 r ".--:_.!3xi__:2*. Entered at the Monte; ey postofflpejM sdcond class matter. Monterey, Ya., Frilay, Oct. 10, 1002 Hine Coal, That is what people now de? mand no matter who is in fault for it not being milled nnd il was with thia view that President Roosevelt made hi* earneUt and .manly appeal to mine owners nnd mine workers. The Presidents ap? peal was a failure so far as .imme? diate results are concerned, but .from it the people have at last learned that beyond a doubt tlie fault of all the trouble lies at the door pf the great coal barons. The labor union was willing to! state its side of the case to the 1 President and abide by liis decision,j but the mine owners positively re? fused to make any concessions of any kind, and upon them a great responsibility now rests. With winter nt hand and coal more than! ,a cent a pound already, it is hard to tell what terrible suffer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 October 1902

Highland Keckodek LOCALNEWS. PERSONAL kRriel Items of Interest to Home ^olks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Eldridge Swecker went t?* Staunton this week. Mr James N Nicholai of the Bottom was up Tuesday, Dr N A Whitelaw was in town Wednesday on business. Col. D V lt nek man is moving another lot of cattle this week. Mrs James N Potter of Staunton is visiting Highland relatives. I haye j ast received a selection package of gents set rings. Call arid see them. H M Slaven, Jeweler. Mr and Mrs P ll McNulty visit? ed their uncle, 0 Wilson Esq Mon? day. Fall and Winter Wraps are now being shown in nil the latest styles by Shreckhise & Bear,Stauulon, Va. Hon. Charles P Jones and Mr K B Jones are attending Marlinton court. Mr and Mrs M II Corbett of the River made us an agreeable visit recently. 0 A Stephenson Esq. was in town Monday engaged in supervisor business. Mrs Lou Arbogast of Strait Creek visited her sister, Mrs S W Cram- I mett Monday. Mrs Albert Waggoner of upper S...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 October 1902

Youthful Intelligence. Two little urchins were scated one morning in Central Park, scanning a newspaper which they had picked np. They were attracted to a paragraph re? lating to the expedition to thc- North Pole. and. indulging in boyish theories concerning the Northern enterprise, one remarked to the other: "Say, bat what will they do with thc North Pole when they find it?*' 'Why, just put it up in Central Park, of course," was thc ready reply. llctter SHH. "Thc man who can drive with one hand is thc man for mc," announced the girl in gray, gayly. "Yon re easily satisfied," returned tuc girl in hine. "For my part I prefer thc man who asks mc to drive." M-BMS-? Ti NTii t-"! mi1! ni ii iiir H'm No Hair? "My hair was falling out very fast and I was greatly alarmed. I then tried Ayer's Hair Vigor and my hair stopped falling i! once."? Mrs. G. A. McVay, Alexandria, O. The trouble is your hair does not have life enough. Act oniptly. Save your haiir. Feed it with Ayer's Hair Vigor. If th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 October 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER 17, 1902. NO. ll. W-rftYSTEKteOF-TH ____________ f?~i""~ " "" '"V' ? t ''"lin. Vt-; Florence Warden, * . vjr\umoc. or * Tnt Mouse on JUc Harsh^ ercjj j /.*vrU'y? iiii. Jax B obart RuanM'a Sous.1 CHAPTER XX1T, Continued. *I lltougbt it was Miss Theodora. She was always running in and out of tbe garden, feeding the chickens or looking for eggs or fetching wood from the stack nt the side of the house or water from the well." "So that you just thought it was she, nnd then troubled yourself no more about it?" r. ?.. . , .__ __ ??Yes." 'Did you hear, ok, think you heard, her come in again?" There was a pause. Then Kell whis? pered : "Yes." , "When was it?" -. 'Tt was?a long while after, Just be? fore I took the tea into the dining room." Sir Neville laid down the pen which he had been holding, clasped his hands aud looked over his writing-table at her with an air of exasperation. "Now, my dear girl, why on earth didn't y...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 October 1902

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued .vcrv Friday c vening hy w. n. arfCA.TTT-Fi_>nr. Enteied at the Mont Cluj postoftice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Oct. 17, 1902 NOTES BY THE WAV, Bf W.T. Price,on a visit to Highland and Hath coun? ties, after forty years. Account of his recent Yisit to Highland, ( Pocahontas Ti.mks ) A more pleasant reception is not easily imagined than the one that awaited nie at the widely known home of Mr, and Mrs. Washington Hevener on the head waters of that noble and historic riycr, the James, and surrounded bf scenery that beggars description. Here I was to make my home and take my rest as long as I should need home and rest, if pressing invitations were to be complied with. One of the many tilings attract? ing attention (especially of a prea? cher) was the flock of two or three hundred young chickens around the barn, and then a herd of thir? teen Hereford calves in a twenty acre field adjoining; one of these a Ja...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 October 1902

Highland Uecrodek LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items nf Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Hon Charles P Jones went to Covington Wednesday. Sheriff J Ed Arbogast went to Marlinton Wednesday. Mr Edward Craig of Charleston, W Va. is visiting bis motlier and sister, Mrs S li Sieg. Mr W7 E Wilson who lias been working on Mr J M Jones' house at Doe Hill came home Tuesday, the work being about completed. Miss Polly fliiitr is visiting her cousin Miss Sallie Belle Arbogast. Mr ll B Wood, our printer man. who has been off taking a vacation and appendicitis has fully recover? ed from both and is again with us. Mr Charles J Williams and little son of Miilboro, are spending the week at his old home at Valley Cen? ter. Mr Bert Gum and sister, Miss Mary of Meadow Dale were here Tuesday. We are pleased to learn from them that their father, Mr Otho Gum is again able to be up. Don't select your winter Gown until you have first seen the hand? some goods now being shown bv Sh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 October 1902

lt Wm InPiinronlent. A countrywoman entered a general itore in Towanda, this State, and ex? changed a pail ol roll butter for proccr es ami honsehold articles, including a argc box ol matches. The following lav she returned, and. putting tbs natches <>n thc- counter, complained ?hat they were no good?that she :ouldnt strike them. ?Queer!-* commented the storekeeper. ?'We use 'em altogether, and have no trouble." Then he took titree or lour from lie box. scratched them one after an other on his trousers, (a-dy produced a light, and then assured her the matches were all right. ?'Meld,i- they he." she replied: -but I .have too mach to do to walk three miles here and back whenever I want a light for thc sake ol" striking thc matches on your trousers!" An Animal Occurrence. 'lhere was a wordy row in the next flat, and by loree ol' habit we rubber up the areaway. "I tell you. John Skinner." yells Mts. Skinner. "1 must have a new fall hat. sir' There is nothing left ol my last fall h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 October 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIV VfONTErtEY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER 21, 1902, NO. 12 THEr\Y5TER.Y-or-TttE ? V.XbjCrtSS^ _*?-^ v I BTjaaTi -^giTgnkc^-; iiiiiiiininiiiiirtili a_J/, - aaa! ^liif *' \?7^ '"rr,"'". V / J '^ ^^ Florence Warden, . , Author of*"Thc Mouse on foe Aetrsh." crcv I Copyright, 1S05, by H?? e.-t Bonner's Sous,'. CHAPTER XXIII. -^ Continued. "I'll go and sit with him, if he'll hare me,'' said Clifford, who was re-1 morseful, knowing that he had had suspicions of the father, aud not of the daughter. "Do, sir," said the sergeant, who -wanted a watch kept upou Miss Pos? tal's father, and was quite williug that lt should be a friendly one. , So Clifford, not without diffidence, entered the house as the sergeant car vied his bundle to the gig which was walting for him af the old turnpike. "The Colonel heard the siow footsteps outside the dining-room door and called out: "Who's that?" ? Clifford stood in the doorway. "It's I, Colonel. May I come laf The cid man raised ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 October 1902

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav t retiing by W. H. MATHENY, ?s:to?j A.iTr) r -.- -s__.sixes*. Enteied at the Mont eic-j postoftice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Oct. 24, 1902 FOR CONGRESS 10th DISTRICT HON. ll. I). FLOOD, APPOMATTOX COUNTY VIRGINIA. University of Virginia. Hon Charles P. Jones returned Monda? from Charlottesville, where he, as Rector of tiie Board of Visi? tors of the University of Va., at? tended a meeting of that bodv. At this meeting the matter of the candidacy of Colonel Miles fur the chairmanship of the faculty was taken up. Considerable opposition developed against Col. Miles, but it was finally agreed that it was nec? essary that the faculty have an ex rcutiye head, but that the appoint? ment to such an office be deferred until provisions for same be made by an act of the Legislature. Mr. Jones stated that although tbe advantage of free tuition to the academic department of this great institution of lear...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 October 1902

Highland Rbgrodbk LOCALNEWS" PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr. Coe Beverage of Mill Gap was in town Tuesday Mr. Tobe McClintic was nj) Tues? day for a short while. , Wanted:?To buy or trade for 9ome winter beef. T. U.k H. F.Slaten. Mr and Mrs Toni Slaven and Miss Ethel Sipe visited friends at West Augusta. Mr. J. L. Gutshall of the River was up Tuesday. A fine assortment of bed com? forts, at Trimble & Lunsford's. Look at them. Mr. W. T. S wad lev's sickness has developed into a ca>e of tvpnoid fever. He is however doing as well as could be ex peet. d. Mr. Bernard Marshall and sister Miss Alice of Franklin, spent Sun? day with their Mister, Mrs. W. E. Wilson. We can sell von an all-wool blanket for what others charge tor part cotton goods. Since this is the case, why not try us? Shreck? hise & Bear, Staunton. Mr. and Mrs. L S. Jack and sons of Headwaters visited relatives in the western part of the county last week. ...

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