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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 March 1904

Recorder. fl .00 a Year in Advance. i led eterv Fridav erenlngbv "- H. 2VT. ATHEIST Y, >?tTOa -aa.*T=> PTTBI-ISIIER. Entered at the Monterey postoftlce ar second class matter. t Monterey, Va., Frkiay, Mar. 25, 1004 1*4 ta Ca?e of Ox In The Ditch? " Hons lav better on Sunday than any other davy, mid so do sugar trees get in their best work on th< Sabbath dav. Last Sunday ellong!, sugar water went to waste in the futility which, bad it been made into syrup would I have furnished "spread" for a bink wheat c.ike as large as Crab | bottom valley from Meadow Dab to lower town. (Wonder if that' too thin?) Anyway, those win bad camps agoing on that day, tis they saw the buckets run over, de hated in their minds the question, ls this a case of "tho ox in thc ditch?" lt is evident that a larg*' majority decided that it was not, for we univ he.;rd of one camp "boiling in ' on that day and thal camp caught fire and burned to the ground. This is additional proof ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 March 1904

IQHLAND RECJtODEK LOCAL WEW8. ERSOKAL K rief Items of Interest to Home Polks About Their Friends Am! Acquaintances. Mon S W Slern'tt ami wife re turned Saturday from Uichmond. Mr J C Wade ??f linster ni an made Highland friends n visit lust week, i Mr Wm Noel of Hightown was an agreeable visitor nt our office Tuesday. Prof. ll. 0. Stout was summoned to his borne in Augusta county on Monday, because ul the death of his brother. J. Charles Stout. Mr Walker Yen ger a young at? torney of tln> Marlintoe bar, war in Monterey Monday on legal bus? iness. Duff's s\ ru;> in gal. mid I alf gal. cans at billion & Co.'s Mr A S T Davis of McDowell neighborhood called to see us Tues? day. Wanted?n tenant fnmih to live on nil farm near Mill (Jap. A good chance for right party. In vour application giye reference and number in familv. 2t .) II Lightner, Mill Gap. Va. Mrs J 1? llidy of Grabbottom was in Monterey Tuesday doing some shopping. Now is the time to subscrib...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 March 1904

:'?? ^..vv:C-????<;)"-v\X, #.-? ??;>??' j? ?V; ?"-??- ??' .*"v .*? * -r- *?> >* f ?*?'? H*"'-.' v . >'Cl^mXl--?-err-W./ , -*aSV^****-a_ -^?.? I .'*???-? ^'-HMMMII lH,^ *a^*S Mis$ M. Cartledge gives some helpful advice to young girls. Her letter is but one ^of thousands which prove that nothing is so helpful to young girls who are just arriving at the period of womanhood as Lydia E* Pinkham's Vegetable Compound* taCa&JI Mrs. Pinkham:? I cannot praise Lydia E. Pinkam's ??"Ti Compound too highly, for it Ls the only medicine I ever rs,jfch cured me. I suffered much from my first menstrual period, ?fio weak and dizzy at times 1 could not pursue my studies with 4sual interest My thoughts became sluggish. I had headaches, *e teaches and sinking spells, also pains in tbe back and lower limbs. 1 fact. I was sick ail over. M Finally, after many other remedies had been tried, we were ad? vised to get Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 1 April 1904

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 1, 1904. NO. ll. THE RUSSIANSHLLAGING Koreans Fleeing From Their Romes Near Anju. RUSSIANS ARE SOUTH OF THE YALU. Japanese Scouts Report tbe Russians la Greater Strength South of the Yalu River Theo They Expected-A Japanese Minister Informs Parliament of Conditions About Port Arthur. Seoul, (By Cable).?Two detach? ments of Russian troops, one estimat? ed to number 500 and the other 200 men, are reported to be pillaging the country around Anju. The native Ko? reans in fear are fleeing south. Anju is 40 trTiles north of Ping Yank, and ?.bout 60 miles south of the Yalu River. In order to provide for the require? ments of the army of occupation the Japanese authorities have decided to extend the fishery concessions in thc Korean provinces of Hwang Hai, Chy "ng Cugong and Ping Yang. Japanese scouts report that they have discovered that the Russian troops are south of the Yalu in much stronger force than was thought. Block...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 1 April 1904

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. tssuert ererv Fridav evening bv W. K- IVE ATHEIST Y, Es:rcn Jkxrs y*g*a?x<xiamaim. Entered at the Monterey postoffice ap second class matter. Monterey. Ya., Friday, Apr! 1, HW 5. & P. Pike Supt.to Be Appointed Mr Joseph A Hiner is an appli? cant for the position of superinten? dent of the S. & P. 'pike, which place is to be filled b\ appointment bv the Board of Supervisors nt its next meeting;. Mr. .lohn .1 Hiner. the present incumbent doe-; not de? sire to be reappointed, and bo far we. have heard of no other appli cants for the place. In behalf of Mr Joseph A Hitor we desire to st .te that he is a good road man, which fact is well known to the Hoard as weil as manY of our citizens, hil work on the road] from time to time for several Year? fullY proving the correctness of the statement. Mr. Edward Arhognst. Sheriff of Highland county is a fliest at the Enkleton. Mr Arbognst tame to the city on pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 1 April 1904

Highland Ueckodek LOCALNEWS. ERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Foi Ks Atora. Their Friends And AfQuaintnnees. Mks Phoebe Jones is visiting friends in Baltimore. air R ll Griffin wis up Wednes nesday. Mr R V Williams of 1'aok Creek was up to Bee us Wednesday. Mr dide Hiner was called bonn Sunday from his saw mill nan. Durbin, bec tu >e of thc illness ol his little sister Florence. Mr Dave [liner the Durbin liv? eryman, is hobie fir a?few days. Duff's syrup in gal. and half gal. cans at Bishop & Co.'s Mrs L B Dickenson and little daughter returned from Stauutou Wednesday. "Fashion Silk" Ihe most popu? lar fabric on the market can be found only at Slireckhise & Bear. A marriage license was issued on the 29th to Henry ll Bolkin .jtnd Rebecca Ilex rode. Phone your order for Easter Glove.* to Slireckhise & Bear. The Ladies Cemetery Society will meet on nett Saturday at 8 p. rn in the office of Chas P Jones & Son Tiiis is un ...

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

HAPPY WCMhN. Wouldn't any woman be happy. After years of backache suffering, Days of misery, nights of unrest, The distress of urinal? troubles. She finds relief and core! No reason why any reader Should suffer in Hie face of evidence like this: Mrs. Almira A. Jackson, of Baal Front St., Traverse City. Mich., says; ?._ "For twenty years ! never knew what it was to have good health. livery physi? cian consulted said I had liver trouble. hut their medi' ines did me Mogood. Just before 1 began using 1 loan's Kidney Tills I was al? most paralysed. I could hardly stand on :ny feet because of the numbness and lack of circulation. Had a knife been thrust Into my kidneys the pain could not have been more intense. My sleep was disturbed hy visions of dis? torted figures. The kidney secretions were annoyingly irregular, and I was tortured with thirst and always bloated. 1 used seven boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills. The bloating subsided until I weighed 100 pounds loss, could ?leap like a child a...

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

RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 8. 1904. NO. 12. RETREAT BEFORE JAPS an* The Russians Vacate Country South of Yalu. JAPANESE NOW OCCUPY SENGCHENG. No Opposition to Ihe Japanese Between Chen ju and Sengcbelng Eighteen Miles West on the Peking kv..*?Japanese Elated by tbe Easy Capture of tbe Strong Town of Cbengju. Tokio, (By Cable).?The advance guard of the Japanese army in North? western Korea, occupied the town of Sengcheng without opposition. Seng cheng in on the Peking road, 18 miles West of Chenju and about 40 miles South of Wiju. When the Japanese drove the Rus? sians out of Chengju last Monday the Russians withdrew in two columns, one going over the Koaksan road and the other over the Peking road. The Japanese advance from Chenju was made very rapidly. It was anticipated that the Russians would resist this advance, but they failed to do so, and now it is not probable that there will be any further opposition South of the Yalu River. Chenju, because of...

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

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ercrv Friilav evening by W. H- IVTATKElsrY, EBITOn AATS PVBL-IEIirR. Entered at the Monterey postoffice ar second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Apr! 8, 1004 The New School Law?Some of the Important Changes Staunton Daily News: In sev? eral, important revolutionary changes wert* made itv recent leg? islative enactments, and to the ad? ministrators of thf school system a> a whole; some of these new and startling provisions are just, be? coming known. About a hundred copies of the tex! of the laws weir secured by the State Hoard and sent om' each lo the superinten? dents t.f every, c.unity and city, and it is thor superintendents and the boards associated with them thal are now scratching their beads and puzzling their brains ever the situ? ation. The law has carried cou* sternation into some camps and worked revolutions in otheis! hi a number of sections of the State ii thorough stir-up is expected when the sc...

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

Highland Recuodek _LOCAL NEWS. EltSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends Anti Acquaintances. Messrs Howard Smith nix. Philip Eagle of Burnsvilla visited at their old home this werie. Wm Daugherty luis gone to Day-, ton. 0. wit lr a view of making his home there. Mr Taylor Townsend of Back Creek was nj) Tuesday. Mr Beni. Varner of Hightown was over Tuesday. Phone your order for Easter Gloves to Slireckhise & Hear. Mrs Sarah .1 Hexrode spent Tues? day night with friends on this side. Kev \Y S Trimble will preach Sunday, April 10th, Nevi Hampden at ll a. ni. and 7:80, "if the way be clear." V. ti. Bishop & Co. are getting in 3000 lb*, rico aud will make low prices on it. Ur 0 .1 Campbell will be profes? sionally engaged in Crabbottom during next week, commencing on Tuesday, the 12th. Stephen Hiner of Marlintoii was taken to the lioapital at Hinton and today (Thursday) will be oper? ated on for gall stones and appen? dicitis. The P. 0. de...

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

A prominent club woman, Mrs. Dan forth, of St. Joseph, Mich., tells how she was cured of falling of the womb and its accompanying pains and misery by Lydia E* Pinkham's Vegetable Compound* "Dear Mrs. Pixkiiam:? life looks dark indeed "when a woman feels that her strength is fading away and she has no hopes of ever being restored. Such was my feeling a few months ago when I was advised that my poor health was caused by prolapsus or falling of the womb. The words sounded Uko a knell to me, I felt that my sun had set; but Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound came to me as an elixir of lifo; it restored tho lost forces and built me up until my good health returned to me. For four months I took the medicine daily and each dose added health and strength. I am so thankful for the help I obtained through its use."?Mas. Flores ca Danforth, 1007 Miles Ave., St Joseph, Mich. A medicine that has restored so many women to health and ran produce proof of the fact must be regarded with respect. T...

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

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxvi. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 15, 1904. NO. 13. SPAIN'S EX-QUEEN IS DEAD A Tumultuous Royal Career Ended io Paris. GRANDMOTHER OF KING ALFONSO. The Lste Queen, Up to n Few Years Ago, Was Noted for Her Cheerfulness and Joviality? lo Fact it Was This Inherent Hood Humor Which Made Her the Easy Victim ol Many Intrigues. Paris, (By Cable).?Ex-Queen Isa? bella of Spain, grandmother of King Alfonso, died here at 9.45 o'clock A. M. from influenza, with complica? tions. The American Embassy, which is opposite the Palace Castille, on the Avenue Kleber, the late Queen's resi? dence, was early informed of her death, and Ambassador Porter was among the first to call. The Infantas Isabella, Eulalie and Marie, daughters of thc Queen, were at the bedside when she died. The Queen had been afflicted with the grip two months, and it gradually affected the lungs. At night she be? came unconscious and the death agony began at 7 A. M. The three infantas and Prince Fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 April 1904

Highland Recorder, Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued crerv Fridav ereninpbT W. **- MATHENY, Enlercd at the Monterey postoffice a? second olsM mutter. Monterey, Va., Friday/Apil. 15, 1004 Conservative Democrats You don't hardly have to call up William Randolph Hearst on the long distance telephone and say? Helo Willie! Would you be Hie democratic candidate for president if von had a chance? From the wav Willie is working it itt thought lie would be if he had half a chance. And it is this keeping everlasting busy that has scared the so called conservative democrats silly and caused the great Parker howl of the last few days. Willie Hearst don't get behind something and make goo goo eyes at Lady Democracy, but he comes square out and chucks her under the chin, and the conservatives hold up hands in holy horror and yell?Judge Parker. That this fondling of her lady? ship has gone about far enough i evidenced bv the fact that quite a spirited Parker movement has lately been set on fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 April 1904

Highland Rbckodeb LOCAL NEWS," ER80NAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks A inuit Thejr Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Geo Hook of" M. Dowell was in Monterey Wednesday. A E D Sw?-cl<er, agent, has sold Taswell Pittwater'! Puffiubarger land to Harry Hevener for $1,100, A nice line of dry goods and fancy waist patterns, notions and dress trimming*, right fresh from the city, at I Q Simmons's. See advertisement, in this issue of K D Swecker, for public sale of valuable mountain laud Clothing to fit men, boys and children at 1 Q Simmons's place. Hight prices. If you want something good to read, call at H. ti. Wood's News stand, in E B Whitelaw ft Co. store T)r 0. J. Dyer of Franklin spent. Tuesday night in Moutt-rey. en route to Greenbriar county for cattle. Phone your order for Easter Gloves to Slireckhise & Bear. Owing to failure in health A C Suddarth will discontinue the Photo business in Monterey in the near future. V B Bishop k Co. are getting in a car loa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 April 1904

DANCEROUS NECLECT. It's the neglect of ^backache. Ride ache, pain In the hips or loins that finally prostrates the strongest body. The kidney warnings are serious ? tb<\v tell you that they are unable to tilter tbe body's waste and poison from the blood ?the sewers are clogged and impurities are run? ning wild to impregnate nerves, heart, brain and every organ of the body nita disease elements. Doan'l Kidney Tills are quick to soothe and strengthen sick kblueys, and help them free the system from poison. Bead how valuable they are, even in cases of long standing. L. C. Lovell, of 413 North First St., Spokane, Wash., says: "I have had trouble from my kidneys for the past ten years, lt was caused by n strain to which I paid little nttention. But as I neglected the trouble lt became worse and worse until any strain or a slight cold was sure to be followed by severe pain across my back. Then the action of the kidney secretions be? came deranged and I was caused much annoyance...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 April 1904

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 22, 1904. NO. 14. VICE-ADMIRAL MAKAROFF SANK WITH HIS SHIP. Perished on Big Battleship With About 700 of Tliose Aboard?Terrible Accident as the Fleet Was Going Ont to Give Battle?Turned Turtle and Went Down. London, (Ry Cable).? Thc St. Petersburg officials announce that at daybreak Wedr 'ay the battleship Petropavlovsk was destroyed at Port Arthur, with 700 men and officers, including Vice-Admiral Makaroff. The Russian advices declare the vessel was blown up by a mine that had drifted from its moorings, but dispatches from Wei Hai Wei induce the confident belief here that a naval engagement occured off Port Arthur of a severe character and that later telegrams will show that the Russians suffered a severer loss than is yet admitted. A rumor has reached Rome that Vice-Admiral Makan.ff's squadron was attacked by the whole Japanese fleet, concealed behind Miatoao is? lands. His retreat was cut off and he was forced to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 April 1904

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued CTerv Frldav eveningbT W. K- Iv^EATKCElsrY, Entered at the Monterey postofllce ap second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Aprl 22, MM Why Not Air Flood? If there is any good reason for takin? Mr Flood from the work that is now well to his hand at Washington, and placing a raw man in his place, we haye not been able to disco\er it. So far as wp can see and judge he has faithfully represented us, and luis never fail? ed to stand for, advocate, support and uphold true democratic princi pies. To select a man west of the Ridge, and not from Highland, could bring r.o direct benefits to this county ovet the present ar? rangement. Alli way, Mr Flood, had he been one of our own coun tymen, could not have responded more heartily and promptly to de? mands made upon him bj his con? stituents from this part of his dis? trict. Matters now on foot which will he directly beneficial to the people of Highiand, haye been in? troduced by Mr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 April 1904

Highland Reckodek LOCAL REWS. ERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Frank Bradshaw of Bu ll pas* turo died Thursday morning at Q o'clock. I.ev W S Trimble will preach Sunday, at Hightown ll a. in, New] Hampden 7:80 p. in. A nice line trunks ami suit cases -C W Trim hie. A nice line of dry goods and fancy waist pattern?, notions and dress trimmings, right fresh from the city, at I (> Simmons's. The jury rendered a prompt ver? dict of not guilt? in the case of Sullivan, who was charge j with permitting Kenned! to eccape. Dr A ll Hinkle, for years one of Staunton's most prominent physi? cians died suddenly of Bright's dis ease on the 19th. Clothing to tit men, hoys and children at I Q Simmons's place. Right prices. If you want something good to read, call ut H. ti. Wood's News? stand, in E 13 Whitelaw & Co. store Hon Charles P .I ones, president of the Board of Visitors of the University of Va. is attending a meet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 April 1904

WOMcN BREAK DjWN. Sometimes women drift Into a con? dition of 'half invalid." Continual languor?all tired out, run down, back? ache, nerves shattered, Y$ headache, terrible pain, IPiTk "? !,PP?tite, poor diges? tion. Inninecasesout of ten it's because the kid? neys fail lo do their work of altering the poisonous system waste from the blood. The kidneys are wenk and need the strengthening help of Donn's Kidney Pills. Read how these pills repair n weakened phy? sical condition when this condition is caused by sick kidneys. Mrs. Sadie Mettles, of 394 W. 4th Ave., Columbus, Ohio, says: "Prior to the year 1S!?8 1 suffered considerably from backache, pain in the head, lan? guor and depression and weakness of the action of the kidneys. The pain was always worse In Mi" morning and I felt miserable. I was induced to pro. cure a box of Doan's Kidney Pilli and 1 began their lise. They proved prompt and effective. They cured me. and there has been no return of the trouble since taking them. I o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 April 1904

} HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 20, 1904. NO. 15. STRUGGLEJflTH MANIAC Perilous Fight io Darkness on a Hos? pital Roof. BAD TO BE CHOKED INTO SUBMISSION. Capt. Clark, ol New York F re Department, and Two Firemen Risk Their Lives to Save a Man Who Became Suddenly Demented Desperate Struggle Eighty Feet From the Qrouod od a Ledge 12 Inches Wide. Kew Y<1rk, (Special). ? Captain Clark, of thc New York fire depart? ment, and two firemen engaged in a desperate struggle with a maniac be? fore daylight on a 12-inch ledge which forms the base of the mansard roof of the Manhattan Eye and Ear Hos? pital, in this city. The ledge is 80 ft et above the ground, and the man they risked their lives to rescue from his perilous position1 was powerful and fought viciously; but he was finally forced through a window into the hospital, where several policemen took np the struggle and subdue.1 him. The maniac was Robert Hindman. who had been admitted to the ...

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