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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 June 1903

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. tittled ererv Fridav evening by W. H. MATHENY, ??XT?2* .A.3ST3D FVBLteilEB. Suter jd at the Monterey postofiice aa second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Jun?, 12, 1903. Governor Hontague On Public Schools It is a well known fact that our present Governor, A. J. Montague, heartily endorses the public school and that it mav be a "better, more perfect and complete system in bis ritate, is expending much energy and allowing his influence to count to that end. That some of his ideas in regard to the important question mav be placed before our readers we here? with reproduce extracts from his speech recently delivered at the closing exercises of the Harrison* burg public school, as published in the Rockingham Register: "Mr. Montagu* came forward amid hearty applause. Fie said be had come to Harrisonburg not so much to make a speech as to evince his deep and abiding faith iu public school education. The world has not grown up by the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 June 1903

I (ir ULAND UECRODEI H ALNEWsT I'KliNOKAL *r|ef Items of Interest to Hom ?*?.lks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. WE ORLY DESIRE TO SA to those to whom we have bee ^ending the Recorder for a mont on trial ?a trial treatment?that i they do not care we will place thei names on our regular mailing lit for a full vear's course. Would there be too much pre sumption in this? If so drop us card. Mr and Mrs C S H Cobb of Trim ble were up Tuesday. Miss Edna Slaven of Meadov Dale was in town Tuesday a slior while. Rev Mr Snapp. Luthern rainisle of Crabbottoni was ia town Mon day. A cotnplete line of Hamburgs i: now placed before you by J S Gib son & Co. Mrs J A Jones of Wier spent Tuesday night in Monterey with friends. Rev H A Murrill of Crabbottorr made a business trip to town Tues? day eyening. -Stiaw hats for eyer) body, a com? plete attractive line, at J S Gibson &Co. Mr and Mrs J..lin K Johnston oj Vanderpool were in town Tuesday trading at the stores. Mrs ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 June 1903

TESTED BY TIME. /' Mrs. Robert ?. Broderick, who "~| resides at 1915 Virginia St.. tu San Antonio. Texas, tells an experience that will interest every reader; it shows as well that Doan's cures are last? ing cures. She says: "Up to the early part of the year 190J I had been a sufferer from kiduej troubles for many years. The pain in my back became worse and worse until lt was a dally burden that interfered with every duty. I was much af? flicted with headaches and dizzy spells nnd was nuable to rest well nights. In May. 1902, after using Doan's Kidney Tills I made a statement for publica? tion declaring that they had entirely relieved me of the pain in my back. I bare siuce then had a year's time in whlrh to study the effects of the medi? cine, and while I have had slight touches of the trouble since, the use of the pilb has always driven away all signs of the disorder, and I have be? come convinced of the fact that the first treatment was practically perma? nent in its effects, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 June 1903

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 19,1903. NO. 23 ti CHAFTBB XI. It ls two days Inter. Everyone Is sit? ing out ou the veranda. Though late in September, it is still "one of those heav? enly days that cannot die." The sun is warm in the heavens, though gradually sinking, poor, tiled god, toward his hard earned rest. There are many softly-color? ed clouds in the sky. Tea is brought to them presently, and plums for Dicky; and then they are all? for tho most part?happy. Thit ie, all ixcept Dulce and Roger, who are spar? ring (overtly, but decidedly, while Juba, who never sees anything, ls fostering the dispute by unmeant, but most ill-judging, remarks. Stephen Gower has gone away from t>em to have a cigarette in the shrubberies. Dulce and Roger are alone after a time. She has brought affairs to a climax. Si? lence follows, that lasts for a full minute (a lonji time in such a case), and then Dulce speaks. "I think it is time this most mistaken e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 June 1903

Highland Recorder., Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. taaucd every Friday evening bv W. H. IStf ATHENY, Intered at the Monte-.ey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Juno, 19, 1903. I fir Revercomb Remains Quiet In regard to the latter of "Citi? zen" of Blue Gra9s, published in the Recorder two weeks ugo. re? questing that our Senator, Mr. George A. Kevercomb offer some explanation as to why the bill pray? ed for by a majority of the citizens of blue Grass, to increase the school levy of that district, failed to come up in the State Senate, has not, so far as we have been imformed, been replied to by Mr Kevercomb As to why Mr. Kevercomb did not comply with the reasonable re? quest we are not prepared to say. He evidently regards it as being a] matter of no special import, or considers it is not due his petition? ers and constituents that lie ex? plain to them tbe "whys and t wherefores" a* to the failure of the dil in the Senate,] or lie may con ider that it is si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 June 1903

Highland Reckodek LOCAL NEWS, PERSONAL ftrlef Items of Interest to Home folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Joseph Hull spent sometime in Monterey Mondav. Mr Harding Gum of the High town section was over recently. Mr SS Waybright of Crabbot? toni was up a few days ago. L H Stephenson, Esq. is suffer? ing from an attack of lumbago. His sou, Homer, has mumps. v Miss Mabel Jones returned a few day* ago from the R M W College at Lynchburg. Don't miss the great money sav? ing sale now on at Shreckhise & Bear. Mr James Trimble, Sr. was driv? en to Monterey Tuesday, it being his first visit to town in manvj months. Mr Boyd Stephenson is home vfrom Hampden Sidney College. Miss Maude Trimble returned home Wednesday from an extend \ ed trip to Washington and other points. Her cousin Miss Maude Zirkle of Washington accompanied her. WP Campbell, Esq. of Stuarts Draft attended this term of our court. Miss Ruby Gum who was assist? ant teacher in Healing Spring* public scho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 June 1903

DOAN'S GET BACK REST. Aching backs aro cased. Hip, hack, and loin pains overcome. Swelling of thc limbs and dropsy signs vanish. Thev correct urine willi brick dust sedi? ment 'high colored, pain in passing, drib? bling frequency, bcd wetting. Donn's Kidney Pills remove calculi and gravel. Relieve heart palpitation, sleeplessness, headache, nervousness, dizziness. Donn's Kidney ''ills are now recognized as a known rcnuV.y for kidney, bladder, and urinary troubles. They bring relief and cure when despair shadows hope. The free trial is an open door to self-proof PcttmrLD, I>>*?. ? " It was pal Ind rheumatism. I could pet no relief from the doc lore. I began to improve on taking Doan's sample and pot two l>oxes at ow drug? gists, and, although (Vi years of age, I am almost a new man. 1 was troubled a go.*i deal with my water ? Ind to g<:t up four and five times; a ?takt, That trouble is over with and once more I cnn rent the night 1 brough. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 June 1903

RECORDER VOL. XXV MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNE 26,1903. NO. 24. 1 fm-j^r^C'-i. . ,-u ^.. *-~ - ? ig^^:^im*ri^& W5. ra U* >'<? S-^flA fr GB1FT1.1? XIII.?{Continued.) rortin, sinking further into her dori corner, sickens willi apprehension at these words. Suspicion, that now, nias! has bccoiuc a certainty, is crushing her. Perhaps before this she has had her doubts?vague doubts, Indeed, and blessed in tbe fact that they may admit ?Ji eontrad'e;1' n. But now?now. What was it Sly mt bnd said? That he could cither "make or unmake him;"' that he "had him in his power." Does Slyme, then, know the?the truth about him? Waa it through fear of the secretary that Fabian had acted as his defender, sup? porting him against Sir Christopher's honest judgment? How quickly he hud tried to tura the conversation! how lie had seemed to shrink from deeper in? vestigation into Slyme'i impertinence! All seems plain to her, and with her sup? posed knowledge comes a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 June 1903

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Friflav evening bv W- I*. lUtATHCElSrY, Entered at the Monterey postoftice as second cla39 matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Jun?, 20, 1003. The Speech on Education T)r Frazier, former president; of the State Female Normal School, delivered an address here Thursday, last, on education. The pity is that there were so few out to hear him. We feel sure that those who were present were not only pleasingly entertained, but greatly benefited as well, by the sound, logical and thoroughly practical discourse in favor of the education of the people. In send? ing ont such people into the Coull try, their very looks bespeaking learning and culture, to present to the people in their masterly way the all important question of edu? cation, and causing them to think and realize how little we really are doing for its furtherance, the Southern Hoard of Education is performing a great work, which in time will result in much good. The Dog La...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 June 1903

Highland Reckoder LOCAL NEWS. L'EKNONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Tfceir Friends And Acquaintances. .ir Wm .Swicker of Crabbottoni >mis over Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Cliff Matheny are visiting relatives at Bolar. I Mr Ed Kincaid of the River was in town doing some trading Wed? nesday. Rev Mr Root has been somewhat indisposed for several days. Mr Tom Hicklin of the eastern part cf the county was over re? cently. Mr Wil! Hidy of Cass is visiting McDowell friends. ^ Messrs Dave Hiner aud Peter Kramer are widening the road in Vanderpool Gap. Mr Tobe McClintic has been ^ visiting In's sister, Mrs W P Camp? bell of Stuarts Draft. Don't miss the great money sav? ing sale now on at Shreckhise & bear. Mr Harry M Lewis, the clothier, of Staunton, made a trip to High? land last week. Mrs M Ii Campbell of Meadow Dale was in town last Friday shop? ping. To save money on carpet, mat? ting and rugs, visit Shreckhise & Hear. Mrs A T Carpenter of Val...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 June 1903

BUSY HOUSEWIVES. Pe-ru-na a Prcmpt and Permanent Cure for Nervousness. Mrs. Lulu Larmer, Cloughton. Wis., says: " Tor (wo .rems I suffered with ner? vous trouble nnd stomach dlaonl is un? til it seemed that there WM nothing to me but I bundle of nerves. "I was very Irritable could not sleep, NSt or compos^ myself, and was cer? tainly unlit to take care of a household. "I took nerve tonics and pills without beueflt. When 1 begim laking rennin I grew steadily better, in.v nerves grew stronger, my rest Avas no longer Bi lui. and to day I consider myself In perfect health and strength. '".My recovery was slow but sure, bul I persevered and was rewarded by per? fect heall h."-Mrs. Lulu Larmer. Mis. Anna B. Fleharty. recent Super? intendent of ibe W. C. T. u. headquar? ter! at Galeeburg, 111., was for ten years one of tliv leading women there. Her husband, when living, waa Rmi President of the Nebraska Wesleyan University at Lincoln, Neb. Fn a letter written from 401 Sixty seventh street....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 July 1903

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 3,1903. NO. 25. t?eki-~*sam*&r**. ??%< mm* CHAPTER XVI. As Stephen has not put in nn appear nncc at thu Court now for fully two days, ?peculation is rife as to what has become of him. "Ile was at the lake yesterday," says >Portia, "He cause up to us from the koon (bern end of it." At this both Dulce and Roger start, and t former changes color visibly. I really wonder where he can be,'* says Ilia. do I," murmurs Dulce, faintly, but plnotly, feeling she is in dnty bound to something. "Stephen never used to js a day." Nitre 1 nm. if yon want me," says lphen, coming leisurely up to them behind the laurels. "1 thought I ird somebody mention my name." U?e is looking pale and haggard, and together unlike the languid, unemotional toben of a month ago. There are dark Ices nrder his eyes, and his mouth Um Strangely compressed, and full of unpleasant amount of determination. mentioned it," says D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 July 1903

Bssnpsi ? 85Si55tJC?SS^^^^^^^ Highland Recorder. Terrys, fl CO a Year in Advance. Issued ererx Frtdav ercaiaphv leered at the Monteiey postoffice as second class natter. _??-'' ?">.: ,? ,- -;???:_ Monterey, Va., Friday, July, 3, 190$. Tte New BujJpasture Road V ItYs in fine shape now, for lately it has been scraped by six oxen and one horse. To go over it now, which we dwi the oilier day, one could scarcely believe it was ever a very disreputable road, but it must jiave been last wiuter, for a great roany things damaging lo iti> repu? tation as a road were said about it. Whatever may have been its previous condition of muddy ness and generate usse'd ness, it' is now the wheelman's deligUK'and a per feet haven for the "tootcy wooteys iii'the good old summer time*1 a-: they go'spinuiig aj!on# on rubber tires. ti is a beautifully graded road. Bending as it does around the foot hills of the old Sitlington farm, it shows, oft-' to best ?d/'autager to tho traveler, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 July 1903

Dark Hair < '* I hsve used Ayer's Hair Vigor for a great many years, and al? though 1 am past eighty years pf tge, yet I have not a gray hair in my head." . Geo. Yellott, Towson, Md. We mean all that rich, dark color your hair used to have. If it's gray now, no matter; for Ayer's Hair Vigor always re? stores color to gray hair. Sometimes it makes the hair grow very heavy and long; and it stops falling ie hair, too. (1.10 a bottle. All drutfitt*. long; of the If your druggist cannot supply you, Mind us one dollar and we will express you a bottle. Be suro and civo the immo of ?our nearest express office. Address, J.C. AYER CO., Lovell, Mass. FOR Much That Every Woman Desires to Know About Sanative Antisep? tic Cleansing And about the Care ol the Skin, Scalp, Hair and Hands. Too ranch stress cannot be placed on the &reat value of Cutlcura Soap, Oint? ment and Headrest in the antiseptic cleansing of thc raucous surfaces and of the blood and circulating fluids, thu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 July 1903

<BB. 1 jj.T"" ' ii^-,ai 1 sssfrMsaaWttM.il ii ? aw fllOIILAND KECKODEK LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL fHrief Items of Interest to Homo Folks About Their Friends Ami Acquaintances. Mr P II MeNulty was in town tiie first of the week, Mr Samuel Beyer and son of Mjll Gap were up recently. Mr Jacob W Hevener of 1 Hill? town was over Saturday on spnie matters Qf business. Irle.sVrs John and Roy Waggoner of the Crabbofctom side were in town Saturday. Miss Mary Betty Swink of Ruf i falo. Va. is visiting her aunt, Mrs L A Omdortf. This week winds up the big sale a* Shreckhise & Bear. John W Bird. Esq. of Mill Gap, i returned last week from a recuper * fftiye trip to the Valley. Mrs S W Sterrett and Mrs John Kramer of Hull visited Monterey Tuesday. flin? S E Harper of Crabhottom was the guest of Mrs Crummett Monday. Mr Robert Rodgers of the Bull pasture called to see us while in town Mondav. Thegreatest bargains ever known iftis week at Shreckhise & bear. * Miss Margi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 July 1903

RECORDE VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY IO, 1903. NO. 2<>. CHAPTER XVIII. And now the business of the dny is be ' gun. Every one has settled him or her? self Into the saddle and is preparing to make a day of it. Two hours later man? tr? in a position to acknowledge sadly that the dny they have made has not been exactly up to the mark. Roger ami Dulce have got a lil tie aw*] from the otin rs, and ate now riding side by side across a rather hilly field. Right before them rises a wall, small enough In itself, but in parts dangerous, because of the heavy fall at the other side, hid? den from the eye by some brambles grow? ing on tho top of the stonework. Lower down, this wail proves itself oven more treacherous, hiding even more effec? tually the drop into the adjoining field, which is here too deep for any horse, how? ever good, to take with safety. It ls a spot well known by all the sportsmen in the neighborhood as one to be avoided, ever since Oor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 July 1903

-?*??*,?,. r c^>:: Highland Rkcorokr. Terms, $1.00.a Year in Advance. lasaed evert rridav eventaabv W. Ti. MATHENY, Entered at the Monterey postollicc as second class matter. Monterey. Va.. Friday, July, 10, !*& Must Be Registered The new revision of Ihe Virginia Crop Pest Law requires that niter Bent 1st. 1?68, before any finn or agent can ofter nursery stock ol .ut kind for sale in this state sud. linn or agent must procure from the Auditor of Public Accounts a certificate of registration couta, n i?g the rules and regulations con? cerning the sala of nnraerj stock, for which certificate said firm o. agent shall pay the sum of M. the certificate becoming void in one year from time issued. The same law provides that it is unlawful to-sell -or give away un? infected plants or nursery stock. lt also provides that upon the pe? tition of ten or more freehoUn ol My community it shallibo the duty of the stale entomologist to n.aae investigation to ascertain if anv ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 July 1903

Highland Reckoner LOCAL NEWS, PERSONAL \ Brief Items of Interest to Uome Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. W Trice Campbell and wife of I Valley Center were up Tuesday. Fruit Jars, Scythes and Snathes for sale hy \ li Bishop & Co. A second hand sidesaddle in good repair for sale. Apply to S. VV. Crumniett. Mr Herbert Anderson and Miss Margie Hoggs of Franklin were ir. town Mondav. 0 A Bird, Esq. the traveling shoe man, spent Monday night in town. Mr Miner Rexrode and mother were in town Monday trading at the stores. Mr Josiah Crummeft of Valley Center was here on business Mon? day. Ile that rcgardeth the clouds will not reap, neither will the fol? low who pays too much attention to the hot sunshine. This week winds np the big sale at Shreckhise & Bear. On Tuesday 14, a free to all, pic? nic will be held near the Catholic church on Jacksons river?Albert .Slay ton, J lt Griffin. Mr John C Copenhaven of Ash? land is visiting his school mate, Mr lins. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 July 1903

g_. He Couldn't Help lt. "Say, old man," said thc traveling salesman, "what became ot that peach of a stenographer you had the last time I was here? I don't see why you ever let her get away. I've been look? ing forward for six months to the joy of getting another smile from her. She was all right. If I'd been in your place I'd have had a piano in here for her and made arrangements to have her meals brought up. Yob ought to have seen the sad look she gave me that morning I told you I didn't expect to get around this way again for a year. I felt mad at myself for making her so unhappy. Where is she?" "She's married." "The dence! Confound it. I'm sorry to hear that. Got some bald-headed old chump with money, I suprtosc?" "Well, he's able to make both ends meet." "Pshaw! When did it happen?" "About six weeks ago." "That's just my luck. I intended to make this trip in March, but our Bos ton man got sick and I had to go down there. Say, why did you let it come to that, any way?" 'T could...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 July 1903

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. xxv. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 17, 1903. NO. 27. CHAPTER XX. It prows toward evening, and still thi min descends in torrents. Small riven ? re running on the gravel walks outside the snowdrops and crocuses are all dead or dying, crushed and broken by the cruel wind, bown below in the bay the sea ha? risen, nnd with a roaring sound rusher inland to dash itself against the rocka Kow and then a flash of lightning illum? ines its turbulent breast and lets one se* how the "ambitious ocean" can "swelt, ?nd rage and foam, to be exalted with tha threatening clouds." The sailors an| boatmen generally in the small village art going anxiously to and fro as though fear? ful of what such a night aa this may pro? duce. They are assembled in Dulce's boudoir, being under the impression, perhaps, thai while die present incivility of the ele? ments continue it is cozier to be in a small room than a large one. It may be this, or the fact that both Dulce and Portia hav...

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