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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 December 1903

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav evening by W. 2~L. IVTA-THCElSrY, csr?oia __*sT--D muom, Entered at the Monterey postoffice as b second class mn Uer. Monteiey, Va., Friday, Dec. 4, 1903. Over the School House She Floats ^The stars and stripes now proud? ly float over the Monterey, public school building. On Thanksgiving day. thc handsome flag, which was bought by the pupils of the school, was placed upon its staff and un? furled to the bree/.e and majestic? ally docs she float/-" Xo speech waa made to Old Glory when she gate her first flap and no patriotic song kept time with her fir-t flutter, but il ot its own ac? cord speaks ami si ii ga of patriotism nii'l at the sam.' lime bespeaks a lively and healthful interest taken hy pupils ami teachers of the schcol in their work and that which stir >, We have it from several sources that excellent work is being done in all the departments this session. The tit nelli ne must be running !??...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 December 1903

YULAND RECKODEK LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL I f Items of Interest to Home Iks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. r Coe Beverage spent a night ie home of his parents recent * ? r M Houlihan was one of our, nt agreeable callers. r Al Robertson of Big Valley up Wednesday. lt J L Hiner has recently added is shop a surface planer, pur? sed from Mr Wm Wilson of i Hill. or the past week Mr VV L Trim has been seriously ill, but we pleased to report his condition ch more favorable now. drs G W Heyener of Hightown l the guest of Mrs I. H. Trim Saturday. Air Adam Stephenson looked in ou his Monterey friends Satur (Wanted?A young lady to assist all the duties of a household. uply at once to Mrs Henrv right, MofEatls Creek, Va. ot White and brown spotted setter )g with leather collar on, strayed f Wednesday, ai*y one see or hear him, please report to li B rood at Recorder office, Mr Uriali Bird of Marlinton was <:re this week making settlement ?t taxes on Alleghany mountain and in which ...

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

L ANOTHER LIFe SAVED. ^LrMra. G. W. Fooks, of Salisbury, Md., W^xvlte of G. W. Fooks, Sheriff of Wico " mico County, says: "I suf? fered with kid? ney complaint for eight years. It came on me gradually. I felt tired and weak, w a s short of breath and was trou? bled with bloating after eating, and my limbs were badly swollen. One doctor told me it would finally turn to Bright's disease. I was laid up at one time for nee weeks. I had not taken Doau's Fills more than three days distressing aching across my |ppeared, and I was soon en by all dealers. Price BO (?Milburn Co., Buffalo. NA Y. (nts of Count Zeppelin. to the Swiss journals, a Ivity reigns at Manzcll, on thc shore of Lake Constance, which ie celebrated from the air ?of Count Zeppelin. In ap? pears thatnhe aeronaut, whose emula? tion is awakened by the results of the recent airship trials, has decided to begin a new scries of experiments. It will be remembered that after making several trips over the lake with his im? mense ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 December 1903

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., DECEMBER ll, 1903. NO. 48. DISCOVERY OF A PLOT. Reported Conspiracy Against Genera! Huentas. SEVERAL MEN ARE UNDER ARREST. Effort oo tbe Part of a Few Array Officers to Induce the Garrison at Panama lo Revolt ? nd Assassinate th; Command.-r-in-Cblcf -p-Prvsldent Roosevelt Receives Genera. Reyes. Colon (By Cable).?Through a letter the Panama Government has discover? ed what is alleged to have been a plot against the life of General Huertas comimandcr-in-chief of the forces of thc Republic of Panama, and an effort on the part of a few army officers to per? suade the garrison at Panama to revolt. If such a plot really existed it was promptly nipped in the bud by the ap? prehension at Panama of four alleged Conspirators, who were immediately brought under guard to Colon and ihipped hence to Port Limon, Costa Rica. The prisoners were all born in thc in? terior of Colombia and have been on Ihe isthmus for some years. They were me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 December 1903

Highland Records* ^1* . ?? _ Term8. $100 a<Yearin Advance. Usued ererv Friday evening:by ?y? I*. 2S^A.XH-E3Sr*Y, ed at the Monterey postoffice i second class matter. [Monterey, Va., Friday, Dec ll, 19( Weather Peculiarities Monterey wa3 favored in rath remarkable manner in the N ibercold snap. At several poin west of us the merci) i 12, 15 and in places i gress below zero, whi record \wre was tv inutile same predii rater that we Bl [t other points, and i lies adjoiniliff. It at freezing winter weat! er sets in before n* freshet, wilie generally comes in November, an the lack of this h.is left but lilli water *in bur small stresms. ] looks now (Wednesday morning we might have plenty ( Ni to melt. Extra .Session of Board of Super visors On last Friday the Board, as ari Vertiscd in these columns, h.dd special meeting for the purpose o hearing the pending application nf tho OH*tiers of sheep, lambs u other stock which have been kilic hy tings (not their own) and th claims pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 December 1903

Ebobodeb J^C]AL NEWS.* PERSONAL ft?.ef Items of Interest to Home Vf>.ks About Their Friends . And Acquaintances. *Miss Kate Rexrode of St. Creek ?>ft? gone to Beverly forth* winter. Again we have some big hogs to report from Mr II H SevbertV j: Oil ref V kn lit sri ''A liv pi] WI ill! ? -- ...... m.. ii ii 0_v (?erv's Place. He killed eight, the average weight being 314 pounds. ^Messrs Tate nod Glide Hiner have shut down their saw mill near Durbin, during ihe present rough weather nt least, and haye returned home. Mr Peter Kramer wu? called home last Saturday from his lum hering near Academy, because of measle* in hit famil?. His brother Mr Hull Kramer brought lom in. We regret to report the serious illness of Mrs J Lee Hiner of Monterey neighborhood. Her sickness is tlu result of measles which settled on her lungs. Wanted?A young lad j to assist in all the duties nf a household. Apply at once to Mrs Hen rv Wright, Moffatt* Creek, Va. 5t Mr- Samuel Hevener who ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 December 1903

j En Bfe^Bf-IT OM I-OTe Letter*. There ls nothing that makes n man feel so sore and aggrieved as a wife's old love affairs, -when, iu reality, he should be proud of her popularity, and consider it a compliment to his own good taste that she should have been admired; and yet the fact is that not one man in a thousand can stand the mention of a wife's old sweet? hearts with any degree of amiability, to say nothing of equanimity. On the contrary, it generally has about the same soothing effect on his temper that the flaunting red flag has on the gentleman with horns who makes things lively in the Spanish arena. An old faded photograph, a bundle of old letters, faded and suspicious of tears, has created a panic in many an otherwise happy home. A man always wants to feel that the woman of his choice has never loved sud will never love any one but his -iwn precious self, and that is the rea? son that he asks about five thousand and ninety-eight times during a three weeks' courtship: "Did ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 December 1903

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXV. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., DECEMBER 18, 1908. NO. 49. RECEIVES DAN1TE THREAT. ??Remember tb} Doctrine of Blood Atone? ment. A WARNING FROM SALT LAKE CITY. Mysterious Letter Received by Miss Grace Talbot radley, a Young Woman Who, a Year Ago, Removed From Ulah to New York, Wbsre She ls Now a ScbooMeicLer ?Author of Cook Against Mormonism. New York (Special).?"The Danites are not all dead. Their power may still reach from Zion to Babylon. Remem? ber thc old doctrine of Blood Atone? ment. Beware of blasphemous stories against the saints." This is thc startling communication received by Miss Grace Talbot Hadley, of Ko. 204 Lenox avenue. She is a highly intellectual young woman, who has moved to New York from Salt Lake City within thc last year, and the mys? terious communication she received is attributed by her to the fact that she has been an earnest fighter against the influ? ence of Mormonism. Shortly after coining to New York Miss Hadley published a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 December 1903

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year In Advance. Issued ei-erv Friday evening by W. H. MATHENY, CSITSII __1T=5 -*-7-BX.ZS3?Z3SZ?. Entered at the Monterey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey Va., Friday, Dec. 18, 1903. Will Oflicers Have to Re-qualify By an act of the Legislature ol Virginia, approved Deer. 10. 1903, as to how officers elected by the people, every county sur? veyor and supt. of poor appointed for a terra, shall on or before the dav in which his term of office be? gins, qualify by taking the usual oaths of office and give the bond if any required by law, before th* circuit court having jurisdiction, or before the judge of said, court, or before the clerk thereof, in his office. The penalty of the bond of conn ty treasurer, not greaser than ihe amount to be received annually bv himjior less than 75 per centum ? 3sPf; the bond of a sheriff not .-ss than 15,000, nor more than ?30,000- the bond of Clerk not less than ?3,000; of comr. ef revenue $3,000; ot Supt. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 December 1903

Highland Reckodek \?OOAL NEWsT PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. The Monterey Milling; Company has a grand rush. Nothing doing at many of the mills of the county because of the lack of water. \\ Rev W S Trimble will preach Sunday, the 20th, Pisgah ll a. m. Monterey 7 p. m. Rey R L Eutsler will preach Sunday, the 20th, Monterey ll a. m., St 'Jreek 2:30 p. m. Between now and Jan 1st, 1904, please settle Your beef accounts by cash or note. Kern per Gibson. Emblem pins. Masonic, Oddfellow and Woodsman, at H, M. Slaven's. ^* Miss Georgie Lightner of Back Creek is uhelo girl" at the M. & S. central 'phone office. Ullin Minnie Hiner is visiting her sister, Mrs P K Kramer. ^ Padded poems at ?1.00, H. M. Slaven's. Miss Georgie Jordon has been ill for sometime. Her condition now is considered critical in the extreme, and her brother Clem has been summoned from his work in W. Va. Capt Gilmore and Squire F M Bird were in town Monda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 December 1903

Long Hair ''About a year ago my hair was coming out very fast, so I bought a bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor. It stopped the falling and made my hair grow very rapidly, until now it is 45 inches in length." ? Mrs. A. Boydston, Atchison, Kans. There's another hunger than that of the stomach. Hair hunger, for instance. Hungry hairneeds food, needs hair vigor?Ayers. This is why we say that Ayer's Hair Vigor always restores color, and makes the hair grow long and heavy. $1.00?bottle, ah dmauts. If your druggist cannot supply yon, send us one dollar and we will express you a bottle. Be sure and give the name f your nearest express ofnee. Address, J. C. AYER CO., Lowell, Mass. ? 11 ?? ? lilian ismisssu ireeful Woman polish fashion that ulge, that of telling said thc woman ^' g;*_y hair, "I can never practise it W said lier friend, with many in thc monosyllable. ell," said the first speaker, with a smile?she was a woman with a sense of humor?"the fact is, I don't have to. I have a way of makin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 December 1903

HIGHLAND RMBDER VOL. XX VA MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. DECEMBER 25, 1908. NO. 50. B <?>t<ar of tBettyefyem. Bf PIGLHE1N. ?'-.- *-,V-:> " A^A'^ ?".:'?'.? i?##i,^t'ii?i>'tM-'u A? .-/fA*-*A?? writes dt-f? fpWWQKlWij IAMan hearts if not hu gi I 2 "lil" ,nllo!|i*s are even now ^ H K s:'.villM' ??-Mi'i-i-.v Christmas." ?*. >* -nd Hit' next few days will ' RHMeiOIOkX be Ihe happiest In nil the year. This is tlr> season when uusel- | flahness reigns supreme, self-forgetful ness is universal, for everybody is planning to give pleasure to others. No one is busier than ihe home? maker, who bas not only ber Christ? mas (limier to pian and supervise, but flie must decorate the house with sea? sonable greens mid scarlet berries. In tact, then- is no season tba. demands ko urgently embellishments that be? speak ihe most beautiful of religious festivals, the birth of Christ. Ked ls pre-eminently tbe Christmas color, bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 December 1903

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav evening b-v e2:toi? u-xt-d -??vsBi-xes-*-**'*** Entered at the Monterey postoffice ap second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Dec. 2.">, 1003 Board of Supervisors. DKK. 17th?The Board acted upon the claim of John .1. Hiner Supt. of S and P road allowing same in full. The year's expense* are 12290.23. Warrants have been jawed for $1064.28, leaying yet due to superintendent and contractors $1286.23. for which are to be issn ed as receipt? from loila come to the hands of the treasurer. Several other small accounts for Cirrent county expenses were al? lowed The Board will hold its next meeting Dec. 30th. The Comnanion as a Christmas Gift The Youth's Companion is on" of the few jnfts that are al ways ap? propriate mu! vet within reach of the smallest purse. It brings lo every member of the family some? thing of interest, something of value?a story that cheers, an arti? cle that carries the reader into f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 December 1903

Highland Reckodek i LOCAL NEWS/ PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. S Misses Nora and Lucy Wilson are li onie for the holidays. Emblem nins. Masonic, Oddfellow and Woodsman, at H, M. Slaven's. ^Sheriff Ed Arbogast made a busi? ness trip to Staunton this week. Phone your Christmas orders to Shreckhise and Bear, Staunton. V-Mr J A Whitelaw returned Mon? day from a trip to Staunton and Charlottesville. Owing to the sickness of Prof. ' Stout school closed Monday for the holidays. All kinds of country produce has a ready market at E B Whitelaw & Co's. Mr II B Wood bas gone to Char? lottesville for a three weeks Cbriat nias vacation. Mr Paul ^liiveti luis his place in the Recorder office. .lust received a lot of wedding rings, and also rings for children H ll Slaven. Every thing in Christmas novel? ties at Shreckhise & Bear, Staun? ton. Mr Annias Puffiribergertif Sugar Grove was a caller at this orlice Tuesday. One ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 December 1903

?100 Reward. S109. The readers of thia paper will be pleated t learn that there is at least one dreaded di! ease that soienoe has been able to cure in ai Itcstages, and that ls Catarrh. Hall's Catarr Cure is the only positive cure now kno***n t the medioal fraternity. Catarrh being a oor stitutional disease, requires a constitution! treatment. Hall's CatarrhCure ia taken i_te>i nally, acting direotly upon the blood and mn coussurfaces of the system, thereby destro) ing the foundation of the disease, <ind givln the patient'strength by building up tbe cot stituHon and assisting nature in doing lt work. The proprietors have so much faithi itsourative powers that they offer Ono Hue dred Dollars for any case that it fails to curt bend fer list of testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. About $5,500,000 have already beei paid in Spanish war pensions; the av erage yearly value of the Spanish wa pen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 January 1904

N \ HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXV. ?J MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 8, 190L NO. 51. THE I ATEST NEWS IN SHORT ORDER. Domestic. The Southern Railway absorbed the Knoxville and Bristol, a road 40 miles long: between Corryton and Morris? town. Tenn. President T. J. Shaffer Announced that 3000 idle sheet iron workers would resume work under thc revised scale sext week. Funeral services were held in^ 1 la? mana over thc remains of Fargo Squiers, son of United States Minister 5quicrs. Two prospectors were killed in Ar? row Canon Range, Nevada, by Piute Indians, who arc threatening to re? volt. John F. Bateman and his wife. Nel? lie, were arrested iii Nw York on the rhargc of cruelty to their son. Rev. Niles Fish, a well-known Meth? odist missionary, died in Burlington, Vt. at thc agc ol' 88 years. The reduction of wages at Homc itead is said In have tailed discontent among the workmen. At i's session in Minneapolis thc convention of /eta l'si College fra? ternity elected officers. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 January 1904

sz-xsxi-ca*. lonterey postoffice as "second class matter. lonterey, Va., Friday, Dec. 25, 1903. [ Commonwealth vs \V. P. C-'1" pbell.Comr of Revenue'01* Highland Coup'?'? W. P. Campbell. Ajmr- of Reve uue for Highl*"4 county, was in? dicted by t*e grand jury at the Decentbn' term of the Highland coun*v court, on the charge of irregularities in his land mid proper? ty books and for failure to complete them in the time presribed by law. This indictment was referred to 0. Wilson, Justice of the Peace, for trial and the case? came before him for hearing on the 23rd of Deer, which trial resulted in the finding of Mr. Campbell not guilty of the charge preferredjagainat him. The decission of the Justice and his reasons therefor, are as follows: Upon a trial of the within indict? ment, this 23rd day of Dec. 1903. the defendant, VV P Campbell, ia( found not guilty as charged, and is discharged, for reasons appearing sufficient to the Justice, among which are the following: .lt appears from t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 January 1904

s Highland Reckodek LOCALNEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Hom ^olks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Chas. P. Jones Jr. of Coying ton is visiting lu's parents. Euihlem nins. Masonic, Oddfellow and Woodsman, at ll, M. Slaven's Miss Rosa Vance of McDowel lias charge of the Monlerev phon oflice. Phone yonr Chris!nias orders tr Shreckhise and Bear, Staunton. ^ Kev W S Trimble will preacl Sunday at New Hampden ll a n High tow fl il p m. All kinds of eouitrv produce hal r\ ready market at E li Whitelaw & Co's. 1 The week of prayer is beinj> Observed, the Monterey cl) ore lief uniting in theseryice. Mr L S Dickenson is now with tho firm of Young, Creighton and Dili's, Baltimore. T Just, received n lot of wedding rings, and also rings for children H M Slaven. The only two bids going in from Monterey for the Durbin mail route were made Ijy C W Trimble and W W Botkin. A public saleof tiie personalty of SamK Hoover deed, will take place at Doe Hill Jany...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 January 1904

GQMMODOHE NICHOLSON OF OUR NAVY Rtoommends Pe-ru-na?Other Pro* minenl Men Testify. Commodore Somerville Nicholson, of the United States Navy, In a letter from 1837 R St. N. W., Washington. D. C., cays: "Your Parana has been and is now used bf so many of my friends and ac quaintances as a sure euro for catarrh that I am convinced of its curative qualities, and I unhesitatingly recom? mend it to all persons suffering from that complaint."?S. Nicholson. The highest men in our nation have given Peruna a strong endorsement. Men of all classes aud stations are equally represented. If you do not derive prompt and sat? isfactory results from the use of Pe? runa, -write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your case, and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. Ask Your Drags*5* for a free Peruna Almanac for 1904. ii III Milli ul New Club Shot Guix Shells Ar? "Crow Killora." Nitro Club and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 January 1904

HIGHLAND VOL. xxv. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 15, 1904. NO. .52. FIFTY PEOPLE^ DROWNED Terrible Disaster Off Coast of British Columbia. NOT A WOMAN OR CHILD SAVED. Monster Wave Smashes Deadlight and tbs Ship ls Flooded?All the Passengers Who Took to (he Boats in Hope of Safety Perished?Soon After Tugs Prom Port Towsend Reach ihe Steamer lt Goes Cowa * Port Townsend, Wash. (Special).? Fifty-two lives* were lost in the sink? ing of the fine new steamer Clallam in a storm that swept over the straits of Juan de Fuca with relentless fury. The vessel was a regular daily passenger packet. She made moderately good progress across thc straits, bound for Victoria Island, until off the entrance to the harbor was abeam.> Then a terrific cross-sea was pelting the vessel, retarding lier progress and making life uncomfortable lor those aboard. Little lear was manifested, however, until word came up from be? low that the vessel was leaking. Inves? tigation showed that the wa...

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