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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 October 1902

CONGRESSMAN WILBER SAYS (To The Pe-ru-na Medicine Co., of Columbus, 0.) 'Pe-ru-na is All You Claim For lt." Congressman D. ?. Wilber, of Oncnnta, N. Y., writes: Ihe Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O'tio: Gentlemen?''Persuaded by a friend I have tried your remedy and 1 have almost fully recovered af ter the ase of a few bottles, 1 am fully convinced thal Peruna is all yon claim for it, and 1 cheerfully recom? mend your medicine to all who are affli )t*& with catarrhal trouble. " David F. Wilber. Pe-rn-riH a PreTentlve nnd Cure for Colds. Mr. C. F. Given, Sussex, N. B., Yice T'resident of the Fastime Boating Club, write*: Whenever the cold weather sets in I rn ve for years past been very sure to catch i severe cold, which was hard to throw off, and which would leave after-effects ?n my constitution the most of the win? ter. 'Last winter I was advised to irv Pe >'una, and within five days the cola was broken up, and in five days more I was a ivell roan. I recommended it to severa...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 October 1902

HIGHLAND RECORD vol. xxiv. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. OCTOBER 31, 1902. MRS. E. C. STANTON DEAD _ The Last Survivor of the First Woman's Rights Convention. SHE ONCE RAN FOR CONGRESS. Por Pitty Years She Labored for the Amel? ioration of tbe Legal Disabilities of Her Sex ?Called the First Woman's Rights Conven? tion?Brought About a Reform In tbe Mar? ried Woman's Property Law. New York (Special).?Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton, thc original woman's suffrage advocate, died herc at the home of her son, Robert L. Stanton, and her daughter, Mrs. Margaret F. Lance, in the Stuart Apartment House. She would have been 87 years old had she lived until November 12 next, and preperations were already under way for the celebration of her birth? day. For some years Mrs. Stanton had been feeble, and because of her phy? sical infirmities she had used a cane in walking. Her brilliant mind remained keen to the last, however, and. although 6he had not taken her former active part in her special fiel...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 October 1902

FOR CONGRESS 10th DISTRICT HON. H. D. FLOOD, APPOMATTOX COUNTY VIRGINIA. Politics. The only political spasm willi which Highland's county seat has been favored during the present campaign which will close on the 4th of November, was the joint debate of Hon. II. 1). Flood and Col. Janies Lyons on county court day last week. The crowd was not particularly large or overly enthusiastic, but was a very respectable and respect? ful gathering, hearing what there was to bear and thinking as they had a mind to. Col. Lyons is a very nice looking man. He don't jar you when be speaks, for bis smoothness and eavenness is that of tbe Presbyter? ian varietv, while Mr. Flood is de? cidedly of tbe jarring, shouting Methodist kind. Tbe Colonel's love for asmoothe, stereotyped way of speaking, was evident, for be utterly ignored such troublesome little matters as tbe tariff and the trust, so abruptly and pointedly, and with such fre? quent persistance, lugged into tbe discussion by Mr. Flood, fearing ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 October 1902

MrS A Cobb of Drv Brandi was up Saturday. Mr. Chas Waggoner of the Bot? tom called recently. Mr Jonas Colaw ot Crabbottom \?ns iu town Saturday. Fur scarfs, capes and muffs at Shreckhise & Bear's, Staunton. Mrs Charles Cross went to Staun? ton Wednesday to visit friends. When in need of carpets remem? ber Shreckhise & Beiir, Staunton. Mr II ll Slaven and daughter, Miss Edna, were over Wednesday. A full line of Hagevs Ki?>g and Imperial heaters, at V B Bishop & Co's. Dr Marshall Jones and wife of Churchville are visiting Highland relatives. Underwear in great variety, for ladies and gentlemen, at Joseph S. Gibson & Co.'s Miss Margie Boggs of Franklin visited her friend Miss Lucy Wil? son recently. Raisins, citron and roasted pea? nuts, both loose and in packages at V B Bishop & Co's. Misses Abbie and Waua Swadley of Vanderpool were in town shop? ping Wednesday. Furniture, iron beda, springs and mattresses, a fine assortment, at Trimble & Lunsford's. Mrs W W...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 October 1902

? Mrs. Tupman, a prominent lady of Richmond, Va., a great sufferer with woman's troubles, tells of her cure by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Dear Mrs. Pinkham : ? For some years I suffered with backache, severe bearing-down pains, leucorrhcea, and falling of the womb. I tried many remedies, but nothing gave any positive relief. "I commenced taking Lydia fi. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound in June, 1901. When I had taken the first half bottle, I felt a vast im? provement, and have now taken ten bottles with the result that I feel like a new woman. When I commenced taking the Vegetable Com? pound I felt all worn out and was fast approaching complete nervous collapse. I weighed only 9tf pounds. Now I weigh 109i pounds and am improving every dav. I gladly testify to the benefits received."? Mus. R. C. Tupman, 423 West 30th St., Richmond, Va. When a medicine has been successful in more than a million cases, is it justice to yourself to say, without trying it, "I do not believe it...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 November 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxiv MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY. VA.. NOVEMBER 7, 1902. NO. ?. FIRST POINT IS DECIDED Strike Arbitrators Make Important Rul> ing at Outset. DISPUTE AVOIDED BY DECISION. If Any Award Affecting th. Existing Rote of Wages ls Made lt Will Be Effective From November I?Preliminary Report May Be Made ns to the Increase of Wages and Shorter Work Dav. Scranton, Pa. (Special).?The anthra? cite Strike Commission has officially de? cided that if any chango is made in the rate of wages of thc men it shall date from November i. This announcement was made y the Commission, through Re? corder Wright, in thc following brief statement given out by them. Voted unanimously that if the Com? mission, at the conclusion of its hear? ings and deliberations, makes any award affecting existing rates of wages, such award shall take effect from Novem? ber i, 1902. The Recorder of the Commission stated that this resolution was adopted by thc Commission because it felt that it was Importa...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 November 1902

Highland Ri-x'okdek. Terms, $1.00 a Yearln Advance Issued t-rt-rv Fridav ?<???? i bv W. 3Ei. IVT^.T'l - . :??V, ??stcJIr -t_tra ?- : 3_?_-,r?jxa_ Enteied at the M< . ? p ?? 'vea? second 1. .:. :, ur, Monterey, Va., Friday/, Nov. -', 1902 Education of Great Importance? Without It a State Discounts Her Standing. Thero are some subjects about which on can never write or talk loo much. Their importance end val ne to the public ure so great ; that it becomes the fluty ol' the press to keep eternally publishing I something about them until tiiei.-j real importance and value are f tilly | reallied. N) subject is of greater import? ance to the people than that of ed? ucation. We may have splendid milrea;.! facilities but while every hiari appreciates conveniences of j Ihfi kind and fully recognizes the worth of a good railroad system no one viii deny that a good public school system is far more import ant and of a greater value to any community. Intelligence is the life of anv neighbo...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 November 1902

Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWS. PENNONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home folk! About Their Friends And Acquaintances. fr om nish for fincT Mr. H. S. Crowley ol the Uiver was up Saturday. Mr. Janies A. Eagle is ia the woods for a few days. Could anyone weather? Mr. Isaac Simmons of Strait Creek was up Tuesday. Mr R. D. Folks of the Bottom was over Saturday on business. Miss Sk1 ila Lockridge of Jack? sons river was liere Monday. Fur scarfs, cap.es ami muffs at Shreckhise & Bear's, Staunton. Mr. Cyrus Hull of the Hightown neighborhood called recently. S. A. Porter Esq. of Si ann ton wits in the county this week. When in need of carpets remem? ber Shreckhise k Bear, Staunton. Mr. Geo. Karicofe of Doe Bil] was in town Monday. Pr ll H Jones who was righi sick for several days is better. Mr Eli Key is upending a while nt his home in Pendleton. Mr Peter Herold started out a lot of sheep for Mr S A Porter. Mr Stanley Newman of Crabbot? tom was over Wednesday. Mr E VV Armstrong of Wier wen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 November 1902

D E-RU-NA CURES CATARRH OF KIDNEYS EVERY TIME. DBNS.RQyS KIDNEY UiS.ASES CUREu I'e-rn-na Creating a National Sensation in the Cure :" of Chronic Ailments of the Kluitejs. * Major T. II. Mars, of tbe First Wis conaJn Cavalry Regiment, writes from 1125 Dunning street. Chicago, 111., the following letter: "For years I sxtffercd with catarrh of the kidneys contracted in the army. Medicine did not help me any until a comrade who had beenhelped by Pcrunn advised me to try it. 1 bought some at once, and noon found bleeetfd relief. I kept taking itfoxir months, and am now well and strong and /eel better than I have done for the past twenty years, thanks to Peruna."? T, II. Mars. Mr. John Vance, of Hartford City, Ind., says: "My kidney trouble is much better. I have improved so much that everybody Avants to know what medi? cine I am using. I recommend Peruna to everybody, nnd some have com? menced to use it. The folks all say that if Dr. Hartman's medicine cures me it must bc great."?John Va...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 14 November 1902

I HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXIV MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. NOVEMBER lt, 1902. NO. IS GIVE MOREJTHAN MEN ASK Western Railroads Head Off a Threaten, ed Strike. ENCROACHMENT OF~BROTHERHOOD. Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen la Chicago Demand an Increase ia Wages, and tbe Railroads Are Prepared to Offer Them Nearly Double What They Ask?Switch men's Union. Chicago (Special).?The Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen has voted in fa? vor of a strike in case thc railroads in thc Chicago district shall refuse an in? crease of more than two and one-half cents an hour wages. Although thc Brotherhood has voted for a strike, its members are not likely to quit work. Before the vote was taken some of the railroad managers had announced that a greater increase in wages would he allowed thc men than at first offered. It is probable that aa soon as thc result ot the vote shall be announced another conference will bc held. At this conference it is ex? pected an increase of four cents an hour will be offe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 14 November 1902

iia ii ..and Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued er.rv Friday ivrrvngbT W. H. MAT?1 KTSTY, Bnteied at the Monteicy postoftice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. 14, 1902 Another Letter. Dear Uncle John: Didn't intich expect you would answer last letter. Expect you'r soaking, ai nt you, uncle John?. Well, ho v would you like to soak some more? Ma, since she got io thinking back and runiinatin1 About the old times when yon run the postoffice afc Stringtown, other d -ar memories caine hustling to t ie front, and one day she lang heel and laughed, and when I asked her what was funny, says she I was just thinking about that store your uncle John run when lie was riin'n the postoffice, and then she up and told, ni e. Uncle John, Ma says you useto be powerful sot in your ways, aud I reckon you were. Ma says to me one day your uncle John came ill and says, "I'm oaten goods. plum'and I'm goiu1 to order some From Baltimore right square my se'f." Ma says you yanke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 14 November 1902

Highland Ueckodek LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About'Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Kemper Gibson is spending the week nt Staunton. Miss Willie Rexrode of Valley Center was here Tuesday. Blankets, Comforts and Bed spreads at Shreckhise k Bear's. Mr. Jackman of the C. W. has returned to Pocahontas county. Mr and Mrs J. C. Matheny spent a part of the week on Back Crenk. A line of the celebrated Sweet Orr pants at Trimble & Lunsford's. Capt. S. A Gilmore of Mill Gap made a trip to Staunton this week. Dr. C. P. Rexrode of Crabbottom made a hasty trip to Monterey Monday. A beautiful line of heavy cloth for cloaks and soils at Shreckhise & Bear. Mrs J H Hidy and son Charles of McDowell visited friends in Crab? bottom Sunday. Mr and Mrs Lphriam Gum of Strait Creek were doing some shop? ping in town Tuesday. Any gentleman desiring a neat and stylish shoe can get his foot in it at Trimble ft Lunsford's. Mr and Mrs George Ryder Mr. Rodger Williams of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 14 November 1902

A SURPRISED PHYSICIAN. A Dy ins Pntlent ll_C0T?rs Through th. Interposition of u Hnmble Gorman. Chicago, Nov 15. Some weeks ago Dr. G-, a very repu? table and widely-known physician living on C- street, was called to attend a very complicated case of rheumatism. Upon arriving at the house he found a man about forty years of age lying in a prostrated and serious condition, with his whole frame dangerously affected with the painful dis? ease. He prescribed for the patient, but the man continued to grow worse, and on Sunday evening he was found to be in a very ahwming condition. Thc knees and elbows and huger joints were greatly in? flamed, and could not be moved. It was only with extreme difficulty that the pa? tient could be turned in bed, with the aid of three or four persons. The weight of the clothing was so painful that mean* had to be adopted to keep it from the patient's body Tho doctor saw that his assistance would be of no avail, and left the house, the members of the family ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 November 1902

HIGHLAND RECORDER \ OL. XXIV MONTEr-EY. HIGHLAND COUNTY. VA.. NOVEMBEI! 2!, 1902. NO. Wi XIONJKNLUIt BLAZE Itioo of Great Plant off Armour ft Co., at Sioux City. <(GS RAZED FROM FOUNDATIONS. 'Drum., Bach Co/..lining One Pounds of Ammo/iia, Ixpiodc, red by tbe Ex plo si in ol fe. Big re Clstetn?Three T ionian* Dressed Burned. ' j ix Cit\-.tIowa ^Special).?The big >f Armour &, Co., which occupied land _, half acres of ground at the lle ' A*_th e;vl of the stock yards dis Pf /. destroyed by a fire which start-' fi: after midnight on the second off n.ie fertilizer building. Six hun 'trvztx are thrown out of employment. |?_ losst as estimated by Charles W. [non, manager of the company, is ),ooo; the insurance, $721,500. "he cause of the fire was said by Mr. hnon to have been either spontaneous fnbustion or an imperfect dryer. The was discovered by a watchman of building, who, only a few minuses ore. had pulled a messenger box on floor where thc flames started. Jiuckly thc Armou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 November 1902

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. I^JJi^tTcrerY Friday tvervneby K- MATPTVY, ?o:toi? J4.1TI3 *?-w?__i!?r__:_?. Enleied at the Monteicy postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. 21, 1902 Railroad News From Various Quarters. It is reported that there is ? new man looking over the C. W. line between Palo Alto nnd Doe Hill, with a view to shortening ir. The Marlititon Messenger of the 15th says: "Several contractors on the Ches? apeake Western passed oyer the route from Marlinton east to the North river Gap this week. It is stated upon good authority that, constructive work will begin in sixty days." The Pocahontas Times of the 13th states: "It is reported that the Chesapeake & Western engi? neering corps will shortly com? mence work again iu this county.J1 The Richmond Dispatch of the 16th contains the following: "The charter of the Chesapeake Western Railway Company was amended in the City Circuit. Court yesterday afternoon so thu*- the capita...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 November 1902

Highland Rbgroder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Will Gwin spent Sunday in Monterey. Mr SS Way bright paid Monterey a yisit Wed lies lav. Tbe Ladies will meet nt the cem? etery Saturday morning to finish their grubbing. All invited. . Blankets. Comforts and Bed spreads at Shreckhise & Bear's. Mr llenrv Swadley of Bath county was up recently. Clide Hiner spent Sunday at home. Mr Joseph Armstrong of tl e Doe Mill neighborhood was io town Monday. A line of the celebrated Sweet Orr pants at Trim ole ft Lunsford's. Mr Leroy Tichenor and family of Strait Creek, were in town shop? ping Saturday. Mr ll A Colaw struck this markei Saturday with a load of those fine apples you have been reading about. Sold 'em. Mr and Mrs W W Samples and daughter were guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Slaven Saturday* x\ beautiful line of heavy cloth for cloaks and suits at Shreckhise . ft,Bear. Mr Adam H el mick of Crabbot? tom paid Monterey a v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 21 November 1902

CATARRH THIRTY YEARS. The remarkable Experience of a Prominent Statesman-Congress? man Meekison Gives Pe-ru-na a Rich Endorsement. Congress Meekison of Ohio. Hon. David Meekison is well known not jonly in his own State but throughout lAm-rica. He was elected to the Fifty |fifth Congress by a very large majority, laud Ls the acknowledged leader of his party lin his section of the State. Only one flaw marred the otherwise com fplete success of this rising statesman. Ca? tarrh, with ita insidious approach and te? nacious grasp, was his only unconquered Joe. For thirty years he waged unsuccess? ful warfare against this personal enemv. }At last Peruna came to the rescue. He writes: 'I have used several bottles of Pe? runa and I feel greatly benefited thereby from my catarrh of the head. I feel encouraged to believe that if 1 use it a short time longer 1 tcill be fully able to eradicate the disease ol thirty years' standing. "?David Meekison, Member of Congress. If you do not derive promp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 November 1902

7 r i HIGHLAND ^ RECORDER VOL. XXIV MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. NOVEMBEIi 28, 1902, NO. 47. TRAIN ROBBERS BIG LOOT Rock island Fast Express Successfully Held Up. CARS ARE DAMAGED BY EXPLOSION. Five Masked Bandits Us: the Usual Method to Stop the Train and Carry the Bagfafe and Express Car to a S.>clud:d Place?Tbe Through Safe is Then Dynamited an. Itt Valuable Contents Appropriated. Davenport, Ia. (Special).?Train No. ii, westbound, on the Rock island Road, the regular St. Joseph and Kan? sas City express, was held up at 11.30 o'clock p. m.. three miles west of this city by masked bandits, who cut off the. express and baggage cars, forced the engineer to run two miles up the track, blew up the through express safe with dynamite and escaped with their -MfetJ^ Thc amount is variously esti? mated at from $r.ooo to $10,000. According to different reports there were 12 or 15 in the gang. The train, which was due to leave herc at 10.38 p. m.. was 35 minutes late, and pulled out for...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 November 1902

t0e^a^mMmma^*amemmammmMy \,m un mammae HIGHLAND RECORDER. Tcrm?, $100 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav < vrr-i:- _ hf W. H. 2Vt _A.T3rX> Kr Y, ?o:to? _*.it_3 ?vu_.i.:;5a. Hnteied at the Monterey postoftice aa second class matter. Monterey, Va.., Friday, Nov. 88, 1903 I Hon. H. St. George Tucker's Ad? dress. This distinguished ?,'entlen.nn on lust Thursday, b rous ht to the peo? ple of Highland a message on edu? cation thatwas received with glad* pe>?.8. This address differed from form fr ones made hy Mr Tinker to Highland citizens. lu In's days ot politics, some eight years ago,wh-m \\e visited Highland and wjth great force presented and so ably de? fended his side ot' the '-'burning questions, of th* hour,1' there were times when certain condition* pre? vailed that the circumstances stir rounding some of those "burning questions of the hour1' should be held up anti given a most thorough renevatiug, and then again on the other hand it was necessary to, treat same of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 November 1902

Highland Recrodeb LOCAL NEWS. L'EHNONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr J M Ralston of McDowell was up Saturday. Mr Ja S. Dickenson spent Sun day at home. S;>1< Bed 'ar s. itt Wed lton. is preparing ott^l business at See the big Angora Goat this issue. Mrs A F Stephenson of Bo]/;u ill from pneumonia. Blankets, Comforts a spreads at Shreckhise k Jg ri McClintic, Esq nesday evening for St A nice line of ladies/'skirts, capes and Jackets at V B Bishop & Co Dr Geo M .lore to go into the Frost. A car load J^f Sil]^ 95c pHr Silcfc. See J Emim#tfc yy holey1- ad in this _3sue. Tailor ^Piade biu!*1, cloaks, and carpets ajTShreckhise & Bear, Staun? ton. ?_-^ ^rM\u\ Mrs Allen of Ravens ^*\vli4f^ \V. Va. are visiting friends on South Fork. Mr Henderson Lockridge and son and Mr Floyd Kincaid of the Cowpasture were recent callers at this oftice. A beautiful line of heavy cloth f< r cloaks and suits at Shreckhise & Bear. Rev. Mr....

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