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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 October 1903

Highland Recordei Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued exerv Fridav eyenintbY Intered at the Monteiey postofflce second clas9 matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Oct. 80, 10( Southern California, As a Higi land Boy Sees lt \ For "ye" Editor, as well as a many Virginia friends. I take plen ure in writing ft word as regan Southern California, (where Ia now located). Southern California as regard< by many, is a choice section of tl) great country. A little world < itself. The scenery is varied/Thei are long stretches of yalleys an foothills, and higher up in tl mountain ranges and pine chi summits, snow lingers until late i spring. One may find a remarkable var ely of climate here within two t three hours journey. On the com it is quite cool in summer, wit occasional fogs at night. Fartlu inland it becomes much warme There is a climate here to snit ever one. There is no summer and wii ter in Los Angeles county?tin are represented by a wet and dr season. I am told tha...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 October 1903

|D Recroder JL NEWS* ERSONAL of Interest to Home |out Their Friends Acquaintances. Ann? lifer Feet is coaling. kincaid of the Bottom May. fie Si pe of Staunton is lterey relatives. hr about Tuesday the 3d L being election day. Jony Lightner was up in business. irs John K Johnston Hf Slaven visited friends H recently. |ry Slaven , of Meadow mpil of the Lewisburg Trimble's you will find britten! of shoes. Call [trough the stock. risit to the valley last IkJ N Stover became ill with much di flic ul ty |ng that she made the We trust she may soon fi Notice?I will be nt 'nesdaY the 10th daY of raiain four days. 0 J Campbell f Wright is milking his trip to Highland. JW Sterrett and daughter, [nie were over Wednesday |ig for you -a pretty stock ins and getieral merehau and new, at i Q Sim motts B Campbell of Meadow in town recently. 1 Mrs W W Gum and Mr <nJ P Terry of Back Creek ??(eeuble callers nt this office Iii V S Trimble will preach at l<y at ll a. m. and Pisgah ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 October 1903

CURE BLOOD PtilSON, CANCER. Acblng lionel, Shifting Pains, Itching Skin, Pimple*, Eating Sores, Etc. If you have Pimples or Offensive Erup? tions, Splotches, or Copper-Colored Erup? tions, or rash on the skin, Festering Swell? ings, Glands Swollen, Ulcers on any part of the body, old Sores, Boils, Carbuncles, Pains and Aches in Bones or Joints, Hair or Eyebrows falling out, persistent Sore Mouth, Gums or Throat, then you have Blood Poison. Take Botanic Blood Balm (B.B.B.) Soon all Sores, Pimples and Erup? tions will heal perfectly. Aches and Pains cease, Swellings subside and a perfect, never to return cure made. B.B.B. cures Cancers of all kinds, Suppurating Swell? ings, Eating Sores, Ugly Ulcers, after all else fails, healing the sores perfectly. If you have a persistent pimple, wart, swollen glands, shooting, stinging pains, take Blood Balm and they will disappear before they develop into Cancer. Druggists, SI per large Dottie, including complete directions for home cure. Sample ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 November 1903

HIGHLAND VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 6,1903. NO. 43. 15 DEAD AND 50 INJURED Ptolbill Players Mangled io a Railroad Wreck. !,tM PERSONS WERE ON THE TRAIN. Tk? Pirti Coach Containing Members ol Per* tu University Team, Waa Smashed to Kladilo. Wood and tbe Bodiea ol the Vic Hmo Were Fearfully Mantled?Death List Likely lo Grow. Indianapolis, Ind. (Special).?Fifteen persons were killed and over 50 injur? ed, some fatally, by a collision between ? special passenger train on the Big Four Railroad and a freight engine t*rith a cut of coal cars. The accident happened on the edge of this city. The passenger train of 12 coaches was car? rying 954 persons, nearly all of whom were students of Purdue University and their friends, from Lafayette to Indianapolis, for the annual football fame between the Purdue team and the Indiana University squad for the State championship, which was to have been fought in the afternoon. In the first coach back of the en? gine were the Purdu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 November 1903

Hl<_m : w) Recorder. Isstieil p-erv Krill av crftiinphv W. M. ivr a THENT, Enteied at the Mont et ctr portofflce m second elliss mutter. Monterey, V*., Friday, Nov. (S, 100". Hi^h'anrl C.nttle To London Town ?E A Dudley's Grazing Thus Honored A coppin.: of a recent issue of the K'corder which gave the freight (,f M,.Ssr.< Wiley Terry and Stephenson's two year old cat He Bold to W P Cr i chen berger of Nen Market, found its way to the live stock com mission merchants, Messrs Newton & Co., Jersey City. N? J. In regard to it this firm wrote us n letter complimenting the cattle, but at thc same time Uley claim for Highland better things in the way of two year olds, the herd mentioned being that of Mr E A Dudley, shipped hy Col D V Ruck niau and handled by this firm. The letter of Messrs Newton & Co is as follows: Jersey City, N. J., Oct. 28, 1903. Editor Highland Recorder: Enclosed find a clipping from your paper that was sent to us. Wi il s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 November 1903

Highland Recroder PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr W A bussard has gone to Pocahontas county to take charge of a saw mill. Mr Ira Gutshall came in from the Cheat woods last week to do up some work at home. Mr John Hevener has gone to Columbus, 0. with the view of get? ting employment. Mr E A llicklin called recently nnd gave us some words of encour? agement and a dollar. Mrs N A Whitelaw and son Robt have measles. Mrs Whitelaw has been right sick. Do vou need a cloak ? If ?*o come to us before buying. Weean save you money. Shreckhise & Bear. Miss Annie Stephenson of Jack? sons river was in town Saturday last. Mr John H Hevener, of Crabbot? tom was in town Monday. He tells us he bas had a very busy sea? son in house building. Mrs Howard Wade and son Os? car of Mill (Jap made us a pleasant visit Monday. Mr Ed Gillett and Miss Barnie B Lindsay of Bath tountv were united in marriage on the 4th by Kev Wm C White. Mr Tobe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 6 November 1903

Dark Hair " I have used Ayer's Ha'r Vigor for a great many years, and al? though I am past eighty years of age, yet I have not a gray hair in my head." Geo. Yellott, Towson, Md. r\Ve 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 of the hair, too. $1.00 a bottle. All drunUto. If your druggist cannot supply yon, ?end us one dollar and we will express you a bottle. Be sure and give the name of your nearest express oftVe. Address, J. C. AYER CO., Lovell, Mass. A Systematic Beat. ''Is lie poor pay?" "Oh, the worst kind of poor pay." "What do you mean?'' "He's a well-to-do beat?thc kind that pays thc big items and ignores tho small ones that arc not worth a law? suit." _ As Compared. ''I read ol a man thc otiicr day." said the drug clerk, "on whose head there was a price of $50,000." "Huh! That's nothing/' rejoined thc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 November 1903

HIGHLAND RDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 13,1903. NO. 44. STRIKE Of? (Ml MINER! Trouble lo Colorado Fu:l and Iroc Company. DOUBTFUL IF THE MINES CAN OPEN Men QuM Work at Ail M!aM and Flock tc Town With Tb:Ir Pay Checks-Hundred! of thi Strikers Join (be Inion, but the Italians Refuse t > Jala, as They Say Thej Have Been Sold Ou* b, the Union. Trinidad, Col. (Special).?It is now evident that the strike of thc coal min? ers in the first district ot the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company is no small affair, in fact, it is a strike out of ali proportions to that even hoped for by the officers of thc United Mineworkers of America, and ten times what was - looked for by thc coal operators. At a meeting of superintendents and pit bosses held in the Colorado Fuel and Iron offices, at Trinidad, reports were made thal in no camp would enough men go out to cause a shut? down. It is doubtful if enough men can bc found in the whole district to work the mines at Frim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 November 1903

iaUU.-.AND RECOUDEH, i erma, $1.W) a Year in Advance. Insueil eve". *? riila,v CTenlnffU'ff W. n. tv_>_.Ti-xiF:Tsrv, ca:roa ___c:s yvaax?z9*ac_Bia. Sntered at the Monteiey postojflce aa second class mattel. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. 13, 1903. Dynamite Kills Three at Harri? sonburg. On the 7ih inst., ni rock quarry pear Harrisonburg, William II. pow nan and two colored men wore instantly killed nnd Beveral others jnjiired by an explosion of dymir mi^e. It is not known exactly what caused the explosion. It occurred. however, while several sticks of dynamite were being warmed near a fire, and at the name time Mr. Howman was placing a cup on a piece of fuse. A flammoth Holiday issue The Decent herDel mentor (Christ nias Number) represents the high? water mark of beauty ami utilit.y, and possibly of circulation also, in "" '""n-wotmtH^-jnaga/.ine. having a first edition of "mv.re than a millie i copies, lt contains 240 pages. To' produce this mammoth edition 728 tons of pape...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 November 1903

UjGJJLASD ReCKODEK JA)CAL .XEWH. PERSONAL Hrief Items of Interest to Home F?lki About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Luther Hull was over Mon? day. Mr John Sipe lias bought prop? erly at Hostormnn. Miss Georgie Lightner nf Valley Center is visiting her sister, Mrs Coe Beverage near Huutersville. vi Mr U Anson Hird and family visited relatives at Academy recent ly. Ask to see our lino of $2.5) cord-! urov pants. J Lunsford & Sons, Hon Charles P Jones, as rector, < is attending a meeting of the Hoard of Visitors of the University of Va this week. Messrs George Maiizy and Jos Varner are.building a dwelling for Mr Robert Heyener ut Hosterman, 1 AvA Va. Miss Budie Stephenson is spend ing awhile with her brother L Hi Stephenson, E-ij. i Do von need n i loas ? li' so to us before buying. Weean suve ! \ you money. Shreckhise & Pear. Mr dee Page of litlle Back Creek was up recent!}- doing some trad? ing. Messrs Harvey Waggy and G W Lamb of the liver ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 13 November 1903

" I had a terrible cold and could hardly breathe. I then tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and it gave me im? mediate relief." W. C. Layton, Sidell, 111. How will your cough be tonight? Worse, prob? ably. For it's first a cold, then a cough, then bron? chitis or pneumonia, and at last consumption. Coughs always tend downward. Stop this j downward tendency by takingAyer's Cherry Pec? toral. Three sizes: 25c. 50c, fl. All dritfliists. Consult your donfor. Tf lie sflvs take it, than <lo H lie wy*. If ha tills you not t<> take lt. thea dolli laka it. Ho knows. Leave it willi him. W<- ara willing. .1. ?'. AY LU CO.. Lowell. Mass. Tli2 New 5tnmp thc nev.- 2-ccnt stamp will probablj not feel especially stuck up after th* usual abuse- bas been heaped upon ii The fact iv life is nol worth living foi an ordinary little postage stamp i;i the>e days of clarifying Rood taste. Some time perhaps a designer will arise who will discard pictures of r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 November 1903

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 20,1908. NO. 45. COMES TO OUR TERMS U. S. Minister Powell Has Carried His Point at Santo Domingo. SOME HEAVY FIOHTINQ ABOUT CITY. Dominican Government Afreet to tbe Pro* visions of tbe Protocol Regarding Ibe San Domingo Improvement Company?A Vic? tory for tbe American Interests?Insurgent* Boated. San Domingo (Special). ? United States Minister Powell lias finally car? ried his point against the Dominican gov? ernment that it should agree to the pro? visions of the protocol regarding the Santo Domingo Improvement Company. The government informed the Min? ister that it would accede to his re? quest, carry out the provisions of the pro. tocol and appoint arbitrators today. This is considered a great victory for the American interests. There was heavy fighting here. The forts around the city were engaged with the insurgents and there was considerable cannonading on both sides. The town was not damaged and the situation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 November 1903

Highland Rbookdki Terms, $1.00 a Year In Advance. laaueri ercrv Friday evening bv W". !_:. 1VI ATHEIST Y, 'Wtoh A.WD P-U-MI-tlBir-ESa. ^ntetea at the Monteiey postoffice second cla?<3 matter. 4onierey, Va., Friday, Nov. 20, li) From Back Creek. Valley Center, Nov. 17?Mr ^ ?"han Harouff has measles. I new (Juris. Mr and Mrs Price Cam pb sppnt a trw days in Pocahontas li week. Mr and Mrs Josiah Crnmiui attended the funeral of Miss Win nenr Dri^col, W Va, Nov. 14. Miss Edythe Benson is visitii her mother and aunt, Mrs Et Gum, at Meadow Dale. Mr Price Campbell nnd si Glenn. Mr Clarence Bird, mid Mi v'Air.i Hoover attended church Pisgah last Sunday. Mrs Della Wade is visiting h dna gb tor. Mrs Fleisher at Meade Dale. Mr and Mrs Anson Bird ai Miss Bessie Rexrode were at ll Zion Church Sunday. Mrs Irene and Maggie Bevera visited their parents, Mr and Al Hubert Lightner last week. ?Hf BJ Qtouart and family ha rnoved into the C J Williams pro ertv. Miss Wilda Rexrode made a fl in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 November 1903

'*GULAND RECKODEK LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL *Hef Items of Interest to Home ??"oiks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr C C Arbogast is engaged this 'eek iu roofing Mr David Colaw's I well in g. as Mr R VV Lightner of Valley Cen? ter marketed a portion of his ap le crop at Marlinton last week. Mr Robt M Rodgers and wife returned last week from a trip to |Marlintou and Academy. Mr and Mrs Ira Gutshall were [up Monday doing some shopping. Waiting for you -a prettY stock >f notions and general merehan lise, nice and new, at 1 Q Simmons Mr Charles Arbogast of Cral.bot Itom was an agreeable caller at this (office Saturday. Mr Cr H Hnpmau of Williams 1 ville made a business trip to Mont? erey Saturday. Don't let peddlers fake you into buying their trashy silver plated ware. All that I sell is permanent? ly warranted. H SI Slaven, Jeweler Mr Chas Lunsford of Hightown. one of G W Hevener & Co.'s popu? lar salesmen called to see us while here Saturday. Mr T J Jones lia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 20 November 1903

???mi mi ??? mmmsmswswm A Golden Rule of Agriculture: Be good to your land and your crop will be good. Plenty of Potash in the fertilizer spells quality I and quantity in the har* vest. Write us and we will send you, /ree, by next mail, our money winning books. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau Street, hew York. 10 CENTS -- EVERYWHERE f ATENTS, TEAUKOiARKH AND PKNSIONl. Arc Vim Interested? Million* of dollars navo been made out of Patent! mut *Trad? Marka. .Millions of Aollan aro approprl. tied to pay pensions. 2u yaam practice. Jor Uilorinatioii and lituruture, 1'HEK, writa^i lin: w. ti. wui.se oh rv ny, .. , >uitj BuUdlag, Wa Iud. Ave., Was-liiRtou, D. J. In Love with Senator Frye I They arc telling this story at Poland Spring on Senator Frye. Many years ago Frye was attorney for a brother of Sister Aurelia, the Shaker sister?saintly woman of such sweet and serene life. SAter Aurelia has never forgotten it and a friendship has been lifelong be? tween thc senator and thc Shak...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 November 1903

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 27,1903. NO. 46. RUN down assassin: Night Watchman at Reading Statio Held Up. POSSE PURSUES THE R03BERS Reward Offered by MM Reading ? Fxc l? tot Along th: Pennsylvania, th: Readin md the New York Central?Special Train Walting to Sp:ed lo Any Po nt Wher Crime is Committed. Williamsport, Pa. (Special).?lt i relieved that the same gang who mur Ierc?l William II. Clendenin, the tele ;rapa operator in the New York Cen ral Railroad signal tower at Qa! irovc and entered thc Philadelphia an< Reading Railway station at Allcnwoo |?nd chloroformed and robbed the agent Murrell J. Hale:, are operating a |?ther points. ? Early Saturday morning John Da! |ton, the watchman at the Reading sta in Girardville, was attacked b> masked men, who locked him ii ? f the apartments of the depot ni searched lue express room: f:d three - valuable package; cash. Daltou succeeded ii through a back window. Iii [alarm and a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 November 1903

Highland Recorder, Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav tresta fbi es:toi? JOffS trxrsi-icxrx:!?. Entered at thc Monte;oy -postoflice as second class jnatter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. 27, 1908. County Court Proceedir.gs. November Term, 19C3.?A set? tlement of J a mes W. JL**.:ch udmr. of 1?. ,!. Hook was confirmed. Tho following county nnd di>triel officers elected on 3rd of N??v. Ibeir lerm to begin Jany. Isl 1904, ap? peared in court Mid qtm iii ? d. 0. A. Stephenson, supervisor. J. K. Kramer oyeroeer poor mid F. M. !ird mid C. I>. Newman justices for Blue Grass district. J. II. Hiner supervisor for Stone wall district, Joseph Jones overseer of j oor for Monterey district. .1 M. Colow foin mon weall hs attorney. 'I he Grand .Miry, IL 0. Hird fore? man, made the following indict in eilis. Against S. M. Niel, Hamil? ton NI,!. Dock Ilapina!!. Jnculi Uolki:i. Linty l)i?h'>p, Will Bishop. Price lUc'Jof, Wm. Holt, Jacol. \ i li *1 ron j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 November 1903

Highland Keckodek personal Brief Items of Interest to Home ?Talki About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Messrs Orin bradshaw and Luth? er Bird came inf rom \V Va. Satur? day. Mr. Andrew Revcrcomb market-, ed softs of the product or his farm at this place Saturday. Messers (). [\ Chew and Early Snvder of the Hutt om were pvei recently trading at our store*. ? 20,000 TuaaKTs Wanted?At E. B. Whitelaw & (Jo.'s. lind will pay highest market price for them. Miss May Slaven returned home from Princeton, W Va.. Tuesday. Yon will need visiting cards about Xmas times. We have a nice as? sortment. Miss Annie McNuity of Mc? Dowell, and Mrs Pearsall of Hut tonsyiile, who is visiting her, spent a short while in Monterey Satur? day. Kev M P Weikle of McDowell was Up this way Friday. Mr Austin Briscoe of Back Creek made a business trip to town re? cently. E B Whitelaw & Co. will giye von the highest maker price for pork. Call, pie: se. and get figures before yon sell. Mrs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 November 1903

SISTERS OF CHARITY Use Pe-ru-na for Coughs, Colds, Grip and Catarrh--A Congressman's Letter, w'VVVVVVVVV^'V^VVVV'VV^'V* ?*/?'?-w*-?"?\'?/v>\'VV. In every country of the civilized work Sisters of Charity are known. Not onh do they minister to the spiritual and intei actual ncods of thc charges committed t< their care, but they also minister to theil bodily needs. With so many children to take care o and to protect'from climate and disease 'Use wise and prudent Sisters have fouuc Penna a never failing safeguard. Dr. Hartman receives many letters frorr (V.'nolie Sisters from al] over the linker Mates. A recommend recently receive* irom a Catholic institution iu Detroit M.ch., reads as follows: Dr. S. B. Hariman, Columbus, Ohio Dear Sir:?"Th* young girl vlu used the l'erun i Ml suffering fran laryngitis, and loss of voice. Tin result of the treatment wan mos manufactory. Shvfoun.l great relief and after further use of thc utedi cine ire nape to be able to any she I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 December 1903

HIGHLAND Ol<fD omi RECORDER "'on Sun .x VO L. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA, DECEMBER 4,1903. NO. 47. :SE DROWNED By Gale Which ids. IEPORTED. fled Helplessly Suffering From Thirst aail Hunger. Tbe Hongkong Govern? ment Tender Stanley Rescued a Number, Picking Up Eight Junks and Taking 122 Mea Off. Victoria, B. C. (Special)).?Advices ere received from South China hy the thenian of ihe loss of thousands of lives a result of the destruction of several indred fishing junks in a typhoon off s-atow. , "he havoc was awful when thc gale ppt down on thc Chinese vessels. For rs disabled junks drifted helplessly mt, their occupants suffering from rst and hunger. "he Hongkong government tender uley rescued a number, picking up it junks and taking 122 men off ves tliat were abandoned. he Stanley then returned to the scene, the rescued fishermen reported that were 400 junks fishing off Swatow ihe typhoon came on November 4. , the Stanley $7 junks were seen ri; ? %ss signals. Seve...

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