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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 February 1904

Highland Recorder. Terms, fl.00 a Year in Advance. i Issued ercrv Fridav cveninpbY *W- H- 3vtjft.Ti3:i2isr^", Entered at the Monteiey postoflice as 9econd class matter. -2l_ Monterey, Va., Prfday, Feb li). 1004 /The Forty Cent Assessment The papih 0f Monterey have been assessed forty cents per pup;! for the session, for bot uir lo warm our little ones while they are Ret? ting enough in their little mugs lo enable them, when they get big, to Vote and be preside!'.ls. Some of the patrons do not tale kindly to the little wood oills. vet we can't, help ndmittitig they are quito modest and timely. We, who have children, must not expect t'? yjet everything free in the school line. We should be willing to make some effort and saeratice in order that our children may not haye to depend entire!) upon untrained muscle in after life. If we do not take some in terest; if we do not make some sacrifice and if we du not more fully appreciate these advantages, then, ve fear, the free ac hool \\iii|...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 February 1904

Highland Uecuodek _LO?AI,NEW8. rEHSONAl Brief Items of Interest to Home ^olks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. % Mr Rob! Trimble is clerking for ;i Marlin ton firm. Mr \V A Rexrodc of Highton n was to nee us recently. i i he mercury took n sneak down thc tube Saturday night to (3 be? low /ero. Tne.-dav night it was equally as cold. So far this is the coldest spell of the winter. Undertakers T ll and ll FSlaven delivered a casket mi Monday lo Sun Bise, in Hath county, for the burial of Mrs Wm Erv int*. Miss Ethel Sijie of Staunton is visiting her sisters, Mr* Toni Slaven and Mrs.) A Whitelaw. Five hundred Roils of the best nia'tings just opened at Slireckhise and Hear. The linn of Messrs Diggs and (Jarrett who were burnt out rn thr B?l ti moro fire, have decided not to rein me business for some little time, and for this reason Mr L S Dickenson has taken his old posi? tion with the Southern Shoe Co. of Roanoke. Mr Will Lu nsf ord and bride re? turned home Wednesday. Wanted at th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 February 1904

A Professional Nurse Tells Her Ex? perience Wita Dssa'S Kidney Pills. Montague. Mass. Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo, N. V.: Gentlomen-I heartily wiall thoa? whs fire suffering from backache a ad dis? turbed action of tlic kidneys would try Donn's Kidney Pills. As was the case with me, they will be more than sm prised with the results. I had been troubled for years with my spine. 1 cor.fd not Ile on either side. Spinal cramps would follow, and words could not explain the agony which I would endure. While in these cramps I could not speak or move, but by makins a great effort after the cramp had left me leonid begin to speak and move a little, but my whole back was so sore and lame that I could not even have the back batlu-d for some time. My nerves were in a terribie state. 1 would rath? er sit up at night than go to bed, dread mg the cramps and tho terrible back? aches. I consulted physicians, hut got only a little relief for the time being. ve<ing your advertisement, my m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 February 1904

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 2(5, 1004. NO. (!. BALLADE CF DREAMS. If T had time I should like to dream But not as poets and dreamers my Of realms and castle that only seem. And hope that never fulfill their day; '" But, had I timi- and my own swed w*y, X think l"d stay in my den. and brew A pleasant vision of things that pay-? (The dreams that once in awhile come true. If I had time. I would build no scheme To please my soul tor a moment's sway; I'd hit no pipe for an instant's gleam Of dazzling riches of ur ( ai hay: But give me only my pipe ot' clay. And let me smoke till the air is blue. And dream, while holding my fears at bay, jThe dreams thal once in awhile come true. Away with musings on heights supreme; ^(Who falls therefrom is a nigh I mare's prey) I d have it possible to redeem An honest fancy, without delay. For aught of worth as a staff and stay Jo keep me going, and seo me through. Ah me?a change from the whimsey's play? The dre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 February 1904

Highland Recorder, Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued crerv Friday tveniticbr W. Ii. MATHENY, Entered at the Monterey portofflce a? second class muller. _ Monterey, Va., Friday, Feb 88. 1904* ._ Virginia's Income Tax \ For three years it has Loon n law : |'t Virginia that all persona hav? ing u yearly income nf *(>()?> or over , shall [my iv ono per cent nm lax Oil inch amount or more in to the stale treasury. If seems that the law has not been generally observed, aa many as n dozen or moro of the counties of the stale, not having taken il info account iii making their ass* ss men ts, and Highland is one ol those counties. Comr, of Revenue, .J A White ; law, who is now ii: the work of j assessing for this fall's (axes, asl the law had n"t been onsen ed | heretofore, is undecided ns to theil course he should persue. Me will however arrive at a conclusion he- j fore he can complete bis work of assessing. Thirty or forty tax pavers in thf coiiinv. probably, wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 February 1904

oerj?ao*rr.30* mern* i 11! LAND RECKODEK LOO j L -VEWS. ERSON i of In ter es t< ' mu i ? '; Aliout Their Friends And Acquaintance*. Mr ai I irs E A Wari >of Vitllej (' ??::.? wen1 in Monterey, Saturday Mr Hobart Trimh'c lia' returnee I . .; mtwey. V'yr4 humlre.1 li .il i nf 'he beal u>..-' lings ii;-:' ?; en- il al ' .iee' bis* ?nd Bear. M r John Hevener caine bonn la-t Fridnv. oning to the din ol Ins mol ber. Jrlr Puris Johnston iia? moved bis family to Durbin. VA Proverb?A cord on the wood liilels of far greater value than tunny chord on I lie. piano. . Mr Jim P tiwi IhMv beni npji in ted policeman al \\ liiti more, W. Va. I will preach at Crnl bottom (D V.) Koli S8, at ll a. iii: Thorny Bottom o !>. m., and n* A Chanel 0:3U p. m. .1 D Dickey. Ai it. Pastor. Mr A at brose R< xi mle -of Palo n v,-;;s In lown VT educ ?day ol last week, li'' will soon move to his i inn on Bullpasture mountain. On the first of March h republi? can...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 26 February 1904

\:\ Vg* Tenter K>*?, Together with au incubator and brood er catalogue, containing among mnch <>thrr valuable and Interesting Inform* tion a colored plate, showing by eigh? teen views the development of the chick In the shell, free, by sending to (Jon. A. Stahl. Quincy, III., four cents to pay for postage and pavklug. Search for Gold in Norway. Of all places on the earth where the gold-hunter is rewarded in the most niggardly fashion it would be hard to beat Finmark, the most north? ern province of Norway. The wash? ings last year produced 365 grains of gold, and since 1898 the total has only bpen 83,000 grains. I.ant year the management of the works cost the government $.">t'>0. Nevertheless, tbe state is not content. It is now proposed to send ont an expedition to look for new gold veins. One big vein is said to have been found, which it is hoped will give good re anita, and thus reward the stubborn perseverance wherewith the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 March 1904

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MARCH 4, 1904. NO. 7. USSIA CLAIMS VICTORY ? o Alexieff and Togo Send Official Reports of Latest Battle Japs Declare They Sunk One Destroyer?One Seaman Wounded. 'O Vlceroy Alexlefl find Vice-Admlral Togo made tbrir respective reports on the latest naval fight off Port Arthur, both claiming victory. The Viceroy declared the Russian ships chased the Japs, while Togo stated that his guns had stink ti Russian torpedo boat destroyer. Several Japanese naval officers and sailors landed at Chefu from an open boat, and were supposed either to belong to a gunboat which was damaged during the fight off Port Arthur and which sank trying to reach port or they were members of the crew of the merchant steamer sunk near the entrance of Port Arthur for the purpose of blocking it. It was said that Japan had laiulcd 40 transport,loads of troops since February 10. 8t. Petersburg. (By (able).?The Czar has received the following from Viceroy Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 March 1904

Highland Recorded Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued everv Fridav evening bv B3ITOR -6.STE) PVBI.ie:iER. Entered at the Monterey postofflce s second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday^Mar. 5, 10 Highland May Not Get a Raiiroz This Summer If newspaper reports are true tl Wabash will not tumble all ovi Highland in its haste to get to tl seaboard. It seems that the attei lion of this system is being direc ed to the south of us, on ii '.ii along the Big Sandy io West Va iii rough Giles, Montgomery, Hoi noke. Franklin, Bedford, Cara poe I Pittsvlvama. Halifax. Chariots Prince Edward, Luneiiburg, Xott< way, Brunswick eic, on toNorfoll Last week ii charter, in the nam of Virginia corporators, waa seem ed, and one hundred and fifty el gi neera were put nt work nt var ous points, in locating the line. 1 is paid by thia route the Wabas Will reach tidewater, mid if that L true it ii lint likely that the sara Company would see the need ? another seaboard line so near to as tlieC...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 March 1904

HlOHIiAKD RECKODEli LOCAL NEWS? ER80NAL Brief Items of Interest to \hme Ffllkl About Their Friends Ami Acquaintances. Mr G W Lamb oi the Uiver waa in town Tuesday. Mr Glenn Mauzy is spending thc nv tele over east. Mr C 0 Hansel spent Tuesda\ night nt McDowell. A protracted meeting is being eenducted ut the Methodist Chureh I his week-. Mr. .lames \V Leach of Vii na spent Tuesday night in Crabbot* tom. Mrs S W Sterrett is with her husband, Hon 8 W Sterrett at J Richmond. Mr Ira Q Simmon has gone io attend, as delegate, the repub? lican state convention at Norfolk. Send in 30 cents ta ll. B. Wood / and he will send von a good daily paper, every day for two weeks. Five bu nd red Rolla of the best mattings just opened at Slireckhise and Hear. Mr Early Gum, after a severe ?pell of pneumonia, is a'de to he out again. Old King Winter who was ex? pect aid [rom the ground hog in thc making ot weather that would' bu united to his reign and pro? long ii six weeks, now mts thal his I'ogship has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 4 March 1904

DOCTORS TALL IN LINE. Practicing Physicians recognize tho unfailing reliability of Beau'! Kidney Pills by preNcribingthem for Backache, kidney, madder and Urinary Dis orders?a tribute won by no other Proprietary Medicine. Four cases cited from "Notes ol His Practice," by Dr. Leland Williamson, ol forttewa, Ark. Yorktown, Auk., Mar. 1, 1904. FosTER-.Mn.mitx Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Gcntlancn.? l have been engaged in the practice of medicine in this sec? tion for ten years. This is a very sickly climate, on the Bayou Bartholomew, near the Arkansas Uiver, lt is particularly malarious ami miasmatic; we meet with many ami various abnormal conditions of tbe human family; prominent among Hie eases in which 1 have been called upon to prescribe Is kidney disease. Many of these disorders manifest themselves by pains In the back, often extending to oilier paris of the body; sometimes headache is present, caused by nrai mic or chronic uric acid poisoning, soreness in region of kidneys, cloudy, thick...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 March 1904

r HIGHLAND RECORDER AOL. XXVI. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MARCH ll, 1904. NO. 8. STRIKE ATJUDIVOSTOK Five Japanese Battleships Bombard at Long Range. LAND FORCES MOVING THAT WAY Russians Claim Thal Most of the Lyddite Shells Fired by the Japs Feted to Bursl Russian Batteries Did Not Reply, ihe Gen? erals in Command Explaining They Were Awaiting Closer Approach sf the Japanese. Vladivostok, rBy Cable).?A fleet of ??e Japanese battleships and two cruiser! feppeared oft this place il 1 25 P. M and 'bombarded the town and shore batteries for 55 minutes. The fleet approached from the direc? tion of Askold Island, at the east en? trance to Ussurl Bay, and about i'2 miles southeast of Vladivostok. Entering Ussuri Hay the enemy formed in line of battle, but did not approach to a closer range than five and one (hird miles. They directed their lire against the shore bat? teries and the town, but no damage re? tailed, as most of their 200 lyddite shells failed to burst. The Russian batter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 March 1904

Highland Recorder, Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued crerv rriclnv rvcmriRbv W- KC. M A.THEN"S", eSXXOSS .A.XT30 s?-cj?? isi:=r Enlcied at the Monterey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Mar ll, 1?<M Public School Text Books In the selection of text hooks for the public schools of Virginia wt hope to soe merit win and at tin sante time we hope to see state pul' Mentions selected. These two de? sires can be easily reconciled, for within our stale, Kv home people, are produced school booka that easily rank with the nest of flu land and are in everyway soiled t< our schools. The question ol' merit heino; settled, should we make choice of state publications, then wc can have the assurance that we have extended a helping hand tn a worthy, home enterprise,and given it the patronage it rightfully and justly deserves. "Charity Clove) begins at home." is a guted text to preach from, and notwithstanding the. fact business nf our dav is spoken ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 March 1904

IGHLA1STD RECKODEK AL JEWS. El SON AL lef Items of Interest to Home Polka About Their Friends And Acquaintances. f>Ir Charla Gibb* of Bolar, ont? I'm" tutsi energetic teacher*) of is district, waa in town Wedues [Mr ami Mrs II !! Tory of the r spent a short while in town ?ednesday. j Dr J ll Trimble hus been suffer Lr from an attack of p:rij?. [Now is the time to subscribe for laiiy paper to get War. Church inference, State ;.url National invention news. Il 15 Wood will rib'r iinv paper or periodical von lant. Mrs ll M Slaven is spending tlie [eek with Staunton friends. \Vaxted-;i tenant family to Ive on mv farm near Mill Gap. A |o;k1 chance fur right party, lu lour application give reference and lumber in family. J il Lightner. lt ' Mill Gao, V::. Spring styles io gingham^ per ales and white goods no;.-ready at ihreckhise ami Hoar, y Ernest Colaw and^stnnley Rex ?ode, two Crablx.lt om boys, have graduated fiom The Dunsmure Hu-iiu'ss College. Mr Lee 1 liner's mother who h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 11 March 1904

?^ wf* M .*-*? fe \^ eVf^t tv v*>~?f^ 5? J a*3J ?kfi If gs* y* *Ja' ?-A --t--.^ Miss Alice Bailey, of Atlanta. Ga., escaped the sur? geon's knife, by using Lydia 0. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Dear Mrs. Pin ku am:? I wish to express my gratitude for the restored health aad happiness Lydia E. Pink? liam's Vegetable Compound has brought into my lifo. "^ had suffered for three years with terriMe pains at th" time of menstrua? tion, and il'.J not 1: now what the trouble waa until the doctor pronounced it in? flammation of tbe ovaries, and proposed r.u operation*. ?' I felt bo wonk and sick that I felt ?.ure that I could not survive the ordeal, and so I told him thut I would not un? dergo it. The following week I read an advertisement in the paper of your Vegetable Compound in such an emer? gency, and so I decided to try it. Great was my joy to find that I actually im? proved after taking, two bottles, so I keDt taking it for ten veeks, and at tho end of that time I wrns c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 March 1904

HIGHLAND RECORDER L. XXVI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COU NI Y, VA., MARCH 18, 1904. NO. 9. BATTLE AT SEA land Russians Each Loss a Vessel. m NEAR PORT ARTHUR. |lan Torpedo Pea's lo the Engage They Were Probably Makiog an At* to i ii vc the Japs the Slip Five Rus forpedo Boats Return to Port Arthur don, (By Cable).?The advices Port Arthur through Russian fes of the engagement outside the >r between Russian torpedo [s and Japanese warships, sup Mly torpedo boats or destroyers, Ivhich a Russian torpedo-boat de >yer and a Japanese torpedo boat Ire sunk, seem to bear out the inion of experts here that the Rui in situation at Port Arthur is coming desperate. The continued Japanese attacks are laving thc intended effect upon the >wn and the fortifications. Viceroy ilexieff, in his report to the Czar, vhile stating that "the results of the jombatdnienl were insignificant," ad Imits that people in thc town woie killed and wounded by the exploding shells. Admiral Mar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 March 1904

Highland Kecordek. Terms, f 1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued eyerv Friday eYeningbT W. HC. MATHENY, ?SlTOa A.17JD Pt7SLI8HEn. "r^'nlered at the Monterey postoffice a?/ second class matter. \ Monterey, Va., Friday, Mar. 18. 1004 The vicious, filthy, pereomal at? tack upon Hon William Randolph Heat st. bf the New York Evening Post, the recognized organ of Wall Street and the trusts, lias ?erred! so Washington political gossip would indicate, to very preceptibly strengthen the Hearst presidential boom. This attack would indicate that Mr Hearst is no friend of th?' trusts, and his direct and forceful answer of the charges bring to him the notoriety he so very much de? sires. The careful reader of the press can but conclude that things are looking more Hearsty every du). Wall Street has the day?light* ?cared out of it, at the prospect of the administration withdrawing all govern ment tnonev from the banks ol the country to pay the initial expenses of the Panama canal, viz: $40,000,000 to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 March 1904

tflGNLAKD KECKODEK lo?alkj:ws. ERSONAL Brief Items of In ter eat lo Hunte t'nlks About Their Friend* And Acquaintances. Mr Berlin Fleisherof Bnllp rhire lia- moved his family to Dunmore, Mr Granville Armstrong of t lu ea.-t side was over Moiiiltiy. Mr Howard Sirou pf McDowell was in dov;: Tuesday? Tiie Kennedy circular issued bv Baldwin detectives closes tillie) "Take no chances with this nulli if lie resists kill him." Miss Alice Dice of Franklin is| making lier home with lier sliter. Mrs A A Shumate. M iss Geordie Lightner of Buck Creek spent a few days with lier sister, Mrs Ed Beverage. .1 M Colaw. Esq.. was called Tues? day, by telegram, to Lynclihurir. , nn a matter of business relutimr to his arithmetic. The Timherlake Shoe Company | a rel ladle firm of Staunton, have] something to tell our readers in this issue. Mr John Low mau and sister, Miss Nora of Dayton, are visiting their aunt Mrs G .1 Miner, and sis? ter Mrs VV TS wad I ey. V. B. Bishop | Co. aro getting in 8000 I tn....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 18 March 1904

Respect tootha .aaa who is a belier nnanoier than yourself doesn't indic-te that you would be willing to let him iuu your Wusiness. KarlieM Unjam Onions. The John A. Sal/er Seed Co., La Crease, Wis., always have pome th inn new, sot-io valuable. This year they nfTer _ lg tlieir new money malvin? vegetables ta Earliest (.reen Kalina Onion, lt is 8 winneV, Mr. Farmer and Gardener! Jinyr send this notice ano ific. and they will send you their hie plant and aeed catalog, together with enough seed to STOW *. 1,009 fine, so'id Cabbages, 2.00Q delirious Carrots. 2.00S Blanehini. nulty Celery, 2.000'rich, buttery Lettuce, J.0O0 splendid Onions. ' 1,000:i-re. luscious i*nd:she?. 1.00S gloriously bri'liant. Flower* In all orer 10.00a plant- this great off-?r is made to pet you to test their warranted vegetable seed* and AM. FOR BUT ICC. POSTAGE. providine you will return this notice, and _ii >on wi'l s*"nd them ?i)c. in poslaie. they If a.4<J to the above a packaue of ih...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 March 1904

? HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MAHCB 25, 1904. NO. 10. NO STRIKEJF MINERS Hots in Favor of Accepting the Wage Scale ALL TBE STATES AGAINST STRIKE Illinois and lows the Only Two Where the Ms jorlty was Two to One Against ihe Scale and for a Str ke?President Mitchell Much Pleas? ed? Another Conference Between Operstors and Mine Workers to Restore Agreement. Indianapolis, Ind., (Special).?At the national headquarters of the United ^lineworkcrs of America estimates on the vote of thc miners had been com? puted by thc national officers. They are positive the scale has been ac? cepted and there will be no strike. Of the 190,000 miners in thc states voting it is estimated that 135,000 roted, and of these 85,500 voted for 1he scale and 46,500 voted against it and in favor of a strike. Maryland did not vote, not being *nre it was entitled to vote. West Virginia reports arc meager, and no ?estimate i> made. Indiana cast 10,000 Totes?a majority of two...

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