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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 28 November 1902

A nervous, irritable mother, often on the verge of hysterics, is unfit to care for children; it ruins a child's disposition and reacts upon herself. The trouble between children and their mothers too often is due to the fact that the mother has some female ?weakness, and she is entirely unfit to bear the strain upon her nerves that governing a child involves; it is impossible for her to do anything calmly. She cannot htlp it, as her condition is due to suffering and shattered nerves caused by some derangement of the uterine system with backache, headache, and all kinds of pain, and she is on the verge of nervous prostration. "When a mother finds that she cannot be calm and quiet with her children, she may tie sure that her condition needs attention, and she can? not do better than to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. This medicine will build up her system, strengthen her nerves, and enable her to calmly handle a disobedient child without a scene. The children will soon rea...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 December 1902

w r HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxiv MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. DECEMBER 5, 190?. NO. 18 ms&msmm IN THE CHINA SEA! A NARRATIVE OF ADVENTURE. SS -_k- ?3i By SEWARD W. HOPKINS. 2. (C'HYRIGHT 1899 BT ROBEBT BONNKB'8 SONS.) 3X *Maata_ttieK_tt^_ra*^^ CHAPTER I. STARTING OUT IN THE WORLD. It may have been indigestion or it tnafy have been lonesomeness. The coffee did not taste as it should. Either it lacked aroma, or I lacked apprecia? tion of it. I sat at tue table, idly watching the people come and go. Some would rusu iu as if all of life must be crowded into the next half hour, hastily give an order, swallow; the meal when it caine as if mastica-i tion was one of the last acts of their* lives, and rush out again. These peo-, pie evidently begrudged the time it took to pay the bill. Others would saunter leisurely in, scan the entire place with a cool, scrutinizing stare, pick out the table promising the most elbow room and calmly await the ar? rival of their diuner. , It was at noon...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 December 1902

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. lamed er.rv Friday .yeningby "W. K. MATHENY, ?S>tTO? Jk.aT3D ?*?T*MHilt. Kateied at the Monteiey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Dec. 5 , 1902 Must Have the Stamp. The Spain War Revenue Stamp Act, went into effect on the 1st. Hay of July 1898 and the schedule under said act, as to deeds, required stamps to the value of fifty cents for each #500 of the consideration mentioned in the deed or the value of the property conyeyed, to be affixed and cancelled. Deeds in which only a nominal considera? tion is mentioned, the value of the property is the basis for fixing the amount of stain p. Deeds in which the consideration or the value of property conveyed is $100 or less il exempt from stamp tax. On the 1st day of July 1001, the above schedule was changed, ex? empting from stamp tax all deeds in which the consideration or value of property conveyed is $2500.00 or less and for every $500 in excess of $2500.00, ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 December 1902

Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWS. PEKSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Dr Chas. B Fox has had a 'phone placed iu his office. Fur scarfs, cap.es and muffs at Shreckhise & Bear's, Staunton. H H Terry, Esq., of the River was in town Monday. When in need of carpets remem? ber Shreckhise & Bear, Staunton. Mr Moses Gwin of Big Valley was up Monday doing some trading at the stores. Mr N K Mauzy and son Charles of Crabbottom were over Monda} on business. Tailor made suits, doaks, and carpets at Shreckhise * Bear, Staun? ton. Mr and Mrs Frank Beverage of Strait Creek were in town Monday shopping. Mr J F Rexrode of Cinbbottom made us an agreeable call Monday. A beautiful line of heavy cloth for cloaks and suits at Shreckhise & Bear. Mr Oliver Gum of Ilightown was oyerthis way on business Tues? day. Mrs Chas. Wade, an aged ladv, of Back Creek, we regret to report as being quite ill. Mrs EA Dudley of Ilightown neighborhood spent Monday wi...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 December 1902

CATAERH OFLUNGS. h Prominent Chicago Lady Cured by Pe-ru-na. Miss Maggie Welch, Secretary of the Betsey Ross Educational and Benevolent Society, writes from 328 North State street, Chicago, Ul., the following glowing words concerning Pei una: "Last fall I caught the most severe cold I ever had in my life. I coughed night and day, and my lungs and throat became so .ore that 1 was in great distress. All cough Miss Maggie Welch. remedies nauseated me, and nothing af? forded me relief until my doctor said rather in a joke. M guess Peruna is the only medicine that will cure you.' "I told him that 1 would certainty trv it, and immediately sent for a bottle. 1 found that relief came the first day. and as I kept taking it faithfully the cough grad? ually diminished and the soreness left me. It is fine."?Maggie Welch. Address the I'eruna Medicine Co., Co? lumbus, Ohio, for free literature on catarrh. Jm'Vct Heard pf Uer. On a crowded trolley car thc other morning two men were carrying on a c...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 December 1902

RECORDER VOL. XXIV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. DECEMBER 12, 1902. NO. 49 Hf*. IN THE CHINA SEA S A NARRATIVE OF ADVENTURE. -* I By SEWARD W._ HOPKINS. (COPTBIOHT 1S99 BT ROBKIT BONNER'S ROWS.) rnmmmmmmzm S*0K .**. CHAPTER lt. [continued.] Suddenly there appeared at the win? tlow a queer little face, peering into |he lighted store fi om the outer dark? es. It was but a moment, however, xv the next instant the owner of the was in the store. [ere is a customer," I called to fster, who came to the front in ter a surly manner. Phister did not like Chinamen, and this fellow was decidedly a Mongol. I have good reason for remembering that face and that night. Looking back, now, after all these happy years, I can see that face loom up in the window as clearly and as startlingly as, it did then. It was not a pleasant face. It was a crafty, hateful face, but the almond eyes were opened wide with anxiety or fear, I know not which. The rich oriental clothing was limp and bedraggled. The wat...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 December 1902

Highland Recorder. T-rms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. leaned tverx Friday evenlm. by W. H. MATHIt.^ Y, ?*>STC3? ___>r_3 _""o-_3_-:-_;:._:_?. Intered at the Monteiey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Dec. 12, 1902 From Bath County. Hiyely, Dec. 6.?Our Thanks Riving proved to be something of a make believe. A hungry hawk in 3uest cf food happened to swoop own oh the dedicated chicken?-the canned be**f and mutton was only pork, the lady guest came aud went before noon: the cake didn't get made any how, so we contented ourselves with the common fare of life: with the wild goose hunter as guest, and we were thankful for the common blessings that come into our isolated mountain life. I have just read, "The success of life ?i due to the com mon people," and of course everything we read istrue.(?) We have news this week, we are to go "shopping" in a few days, and are quite elated over the unus? ual event, and look forward with wonder as to what the world is like ?...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 January 1903

RECORDER vol. xxiv. MONTE r-EY, HIGHLAND COUNTY. VA.. JANUARY 2, INS. NO. 51 m fi IN THE CHINA SEA -x A NARRATIVE OF ADVENTURE. -* m By SEWARD W.. HOPKINS. .POPTBI-HT 1*? BT ROBEKT BOHKEK'S 805S.) _._. _.,,w- ... ... iV.A^ .' ? .'-^ ^^ISilSilSSgiii p; CHAPTER III. WE8TWABD, HO! Tam not telling a detective story, ?either am I going to relate a great po? lee tragedy, lt is not my purpose to Iwell at length upon the efforts put lorth by the police of San Franci.oo for Annie Ralston. All Fj ** x**r on ci force that influence could control was to action. But it was of no wily Chinaman and the mau hcarred face had done their [out au error. They had left betray them. The police titied. te father of the missing girl, splendid specimen of Ameri Iged that wheu not suffer (test affliction the ex-Sen tu whose talents and bear ike him a marked man in any land. My heart in his great grief, and r of him and realized lu under which he was [more I cursed myself tool for not strangling ian th night I...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 January 1903

HIDE In Advance. ssued ercrv Friday evening br V- K. 3VTA.T-__t:-3_NrY, '-' -T?it .__.*?_. -pt_t_3i_:oi_:-_:w ''? at the Monteiey postoftice second class matter. rey, Va., Friday, Jan. 2, 1! ta! Curiosities ol Highia ' following is an orivri ision bv one of the sdi if The Highland High Sri. Mid in the school chapel 1 ?? afternoon : hough Highland can hoi - vrry famous or widely knoi ml curiosities, vet she h things which are unlike an ' to he found in lier sist ."ea. Highland, as we i lies right along the bac the Alleghanies; therefo: thing that would comr eler's attention would .Tons mountain*. ;e east the S/henando; . mighty barrier, while c .est the snowy Alleghani a lofty height. One of tl it points of the Alleghani 3d the Big Stomp. Lookii un this point one sees i .n six mountains, several i are off-shoots nf the All es. On a clear day the lilt a may be dimly seen in tl nee, while far to the sout 7 in majectic gradeur. may t the famous Peaks of Otter, i rord county. Between tl ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 January 1903

H^AND RECKODE J**fc&L news. ??onal RrofLIten,Sof^e^ttoHon Ks About Their Friends An(I Acquaintances. J Alr0has ?n is visit; ,/ . nes Jr- ,,f Co???. h] Vls,tmg his parents. at khreckh.se & Bear's. *?*! Gr W if P *?'? boan r!ZV ^ .retnrne< lealth. p,tul nil'di Ju.proye. ^t'!:1!"?*? <* I'^vv don, & Bear. & Bear. nd 8U,'S ?* Sbreeal,,* sf 8p h. I Vjtm' and Tri'"'tv ? I ? ?"m next Sunday. Sl,^ekh^rlS'l,CslHes ?,ld "loft at If p & Be,irs? Staunton. IT ^;28^ife^???ffieient feyer to hi . , m ,lls ?kt** of J r t0 be able to be out airai?. koj bdt?hfeckhise ? Bear, Stauo lt anything in gloves boys, 1 baye them at les. L A Orndorff. [?e of good quality is "rom Mr John Ttim , to fill Monterey ice '? Moore of Frost is wnterey negotiating lil pYties with a view to I th* timber lauds. jdies1 ^-kets. nice serviea Lylish ar now offered at [J. S. Gbson & Co's. A fTRuill. Olin need o\carpets remem /ckhise k Bar, Staunton. obert Hnpian an aged -Baan, died at sn home on the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 January 1903

OLD FOLKS AT HONE Are Never Without Peruna in the House for Catarrhal Diseases. MR. AND MRS. J. 0. ATKINSON, INDEPENDENCE, MO UNDER date of January 10, 1897, Dr. I Atkinson says, after five years' experience Hartman received the following letter: "My wife had been suffering from a com Slication of diseases lor the past twenty ve years. "Her case had baffled the skill of some nf the most noted physicians. One of her worst trouble-* was chronic constipation ot several years' standing. "She also was passing through that most critical period in the life of a woman? change of life. In June, 1895, I wrote to you abouf her case. You advised a course of Pcnina and Manalin, which we at once com'ueneed, and have to say it completely curo.1 her. She firmly believes that she wou il have been dead only for these won derf i! remedies. "About the same time I wrote you about my own case of catarrh, which had been Of twenty-fi\te years' standing. At times 1 was almost past going. 1 commenced to use ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 January 1903

RECORDER vol. xxiv. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JANUARY !>, 1903. NO. w IN THE CHINA SEA 1 A NARRATIVE OF ADVENTURE. -g Ry SEWARD W." HOPKINS. 53/ (Copyright l*?9 bt Kobsbt Bonnee's Sojcs.) CHAPTER III. [continued. ] We did do it up quickly. In less than an hour we were back in Langs? ton's office with tickets for throe? first-class passage?iu our possession. On our way bRck we got a carriage for the sake of Mr. Ralston. While JLangston had been talking to the elegraphing to 15t>o* Kau Fran Cisco, tbeuml**' nected Tvith a lftrgitidie SS* ?"?**? it ong\8 a ?*ii.*n consul ai assvt f ? in hi* P?**\ fe tja aOCL of assured vi*Ctfe? eense ot a*3 {fttbe GftWe^re a silent B^ettel mila wa* saul. *? u on * fj I thai trejrar*, wel, dangerous misson-L bU ever; " what *h*t agenci a<he man wUo ?jrnia < doubt had po^eiU -ash EdwarfltiloUg| Langai ^s ff 1 ?-*.?! ,-vthing looked. meet A 4t unknown foe9iinHtuf .fc agencies wolWay tV tors ia ing ber. his father tul ietS^^^^ Then, back ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 January 1903

iDEl Terma, $1.00 a Y<Wrin Advance. iMned ererv Friday evening bv "W. KC. MATHENY, *?:tok ans PVBiieiiEB. intered at the Monterey postoffice second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Jun. 0, 19 Inconsistency At one place in last week's Soul i Reyiew (Franklin,VV. V? til is* bit of the editor as legitimate for ns ey advertisements as* sician fo preseribe it, i r lo acknowledge a n 'another place in Hie sam issue we find another bit of ll same editor's same mind (suppose to be) on the same subject: "What is to be regretted on Christmas time is the great amotin of drunkenness. "Why people ot bruins will .see this time, or any other time to ge drunk we have never been able t fathom." After seeing these articles bunch ed up, weean but conclude thu this same editor is eitren)ely inion pisteut, or he places but lillie vain 'Mi his paper as au advertising n Education Catechism Uhe child the supreme in tere* .ct to State? % [he education of the child tbe ^^Im^ investment of the State? R...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 January 1903

'^DRECKOl P?"? About T|lcir F,ie? -trys* the ? ?^r Boll.Wiley of Mill Gai, in town Wednesday P Mr fl H Terrv nf r.,?i w?s un \f J " f Jackson r "Wup Monday on business. The January term of the cou. cert will be held on the 22nd tfrs Walter Faroute we are ^led has a bad spell of quins, arecKtuse&Bei.r's, Staunton. Jooogh snow fell last Sunday I jg-*??- but SR*] Whitmore. W. Va. to accent ^?oninthestoreofMrC'se,, bankets. Comforts and Be, ?eaas at Shreckhise & Bea",. >)Ws Ada,,, Lighter and V Mr George Cl-ek ?y a^SE 'of Cleeks Mill^P?nt ueM{ay 401 in town e A beautiful line c^av.V cloth v r cloaks and suits ? Shreckhise Bear. W A Campbell Es ??<! ?>n Hov Franklin, spent >- mp'le of dave ith Monterey frills thia week. J A Jones Esq., as right sick a >up1e of days ts week, but is 3tter, and we IP? to see him gain soon on th side. Mrs Reece Rogers and Mrs Dr. iuidore of Mckell spent Tues .ay iu Montera Mr aud Mr L 8 Jack ret'irued tuesday to t-ir home at Head ?ater...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 January 1903

Coughing I was given up to die with quick consumption. I then began 4o use Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I improved at once, and am now in perfect health."?Chas. E. Hart? man, Gibbstown, N. Y. It's too risky, playing with your cough. The first thing you know it will be down deep in your lungs and the play will be over. Be? gin early with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and stop the cough. Three sizes: 25c.. 50c., $1. All druggists. Consult yonr doctor. If he says take lt. then do as ho says. If he tells you not to tako it, then don't take it. Ile knows. Leave it with him. We are willing. J. C. AYEE CO., Lowell, Mass. ~?' ?TliT -""? ' ????? Worse Than Useless. i'"c v among us are wise enough tc know when he has said enough, lt was one of our homely old philosophers who said: 'When you've struck ile stop boring. Many a man has bored clean through and let the ile run out at the bottom." There is a world of wisdom ll knowing when to stop, especially in ur efforts to aid others. Many a hint may be acce...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 January 1903

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND OOUNTY, VA.. JANUARY IO, 190.5. NO. IN THECHINASEA -* A NARRATIVE OF ADVENTURE -Hi By SK WARI) W.: HOPKINS; (0O*TBIOHT 1899 BT ROBXBT BOKKUB'S SOUS.) ii CHAPTER IV. [COKTINUBD.] "Would I know him again?" I re* plied rather warmly. "Why, hisuglj face hasn't been out of my sight since I saw it. Would I know him? Well just let me get my fingers on his ac* cursed throat. His own father would not know him thenl" Mr. Snell's little eyes opened at my warmth. He was about to reply,1 when Ralston returned. Mr. Snell skill? fully changed the subject. On January 9th we saw in the dis? tance a long, shadowy fringe on the horizon. It looked like land.!I asked the captain if it was such. He rc plied: 1 "Yes, that is land. It is the Isl< and of "Formosa. We are now enter? ing the China Sea." The China Sea interosted me onlj as the stretoh of water that then sepa ated us from Hong Kong. As we. be? gan to drew so near to the end of om journey, I felt...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 January 1903

99 Highland Recorder. Tarma, $1.00 a Year in Advance. (??md ?Yerr Friday ermine br W. H. MATHENY, ?s:tox jlit? PVBLMiisa. Intered at the Monteiey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Jan. ,10 1903 Scarcity of Fuel lt saddens the heart to read the long story of suffering that is now being experienced in mnnv of the cities and towns of the North and We9t, because of the lack of coal. Actual suffering and death are tlie portion of many, because they have not fuel to heep them wann. So desperate is the situation at some places that train loads of coal ure being held up and confiscated. Should we not be thankful that we liye in a wooden country? Should not the little trouble with which we meet, when compared with such suffering, appear so insignificant that a word of complaint could not pass our lips? c 5. & P. Pike to be Improved ; \ In the county coflrt proceedings of Pocahontas county we notice one item that will be of interest to Highland-people, viz: UJ Hull...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 January 1903

Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL tl; Brief Items of Interest to Home folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. fr Such weather even makes the j ? snow crusty. to Don't forget the entertainment se Friday night the 10th. j Mr Chas. Hull of Top Alleghnny' te - was iu town Wednesday. Mr J D Waybright of ^Crabbot-. tom was in town Wednesday. Mr Howard Armstrong of Do*' Hill was over Wednesday. b( V a tn \ Kl bi Wi to V Qi di sri bi fr ai sh pi in Rev It L Eutsler will prench nt Monterey next Sundav morning ar ll o'clock at St. Creek at 2.30 p. ni Phone us your wants. If they are in the dry goods or carpet line we can fill them. Shreckhise & Bear MrE B Whitelaw returned Sat? urday from a business trip to Po? cahontas county. Mr Harmon White ind son Andy who have been ill for sometime are improving. Mr H H Terry of Jacksons river lias under contemplation the erec? tion of a tine dwelling house, for which plans are now being made. Don't forget, the big: short end sale at our st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 January 1903

WWk of Private Detectives. Doqtless not one person in a^ thou ?WiiWy ^rect idea Of the character or Significance of this most singular outgrqWth of ultra-civilized conditions. The detective connected with the police department is complimented by the press whenever he captures a gang of thieves or discovers an incendiary, but with the private detective the case is different. Long before he embarks iq the business he must above all things, learn he den] himself the sweets ol praise and thc joys of fame. He must lay aside personal vanity, for his suc? cess lies not in forcing himself to the front, but remaining as much as pos? sible in the background. He need have no fear that customers will forget him, for, like a six-shooter, a private detec? tive is one of the things that, when needed, is required instanter?if not sooner. A modest sign, which the average well-behaved and well-condi? tioned person might pass every day for years without noticing, but which looms up as big as a barn to...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 23 January 1903

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxv. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JANUARY 23, 190:5. NO.-' *?smmm* 1 IN THE CHINA SEA I -* A NARRATIVE OF ADVENTURE. ?* By SEWARD W.* HOPKIN?, (COPTBIGHT 1899 BY BOBJIRT BONNEB'R SONS.) immimmimsmmM (JHAFTJfiH V. [continued.] I could not give up. With the most scrupulous care I inspected the rocky walls around me, going over every inch of surface, both With eye and finger, and make sure of the absence of all secret springs or openings. Down, way down at the very bot? tom, I found a small niche that was cut from under so that it was hidden from view. I felt intaide the niche. There seemed to be a small wooden ball or button in it. I had had so mauy disappointments that I did not allow myself to oven re? gain hope at this discovery. I ex peoted nothing from it. Upon minute examination there ap? peared to be a line in the rock diverg? ing on each side from the niche. ii it was a eraok, it was so close as to be perfectly water-tight aud air-tight. I placed my r...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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