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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 June 1904

a3a?aWWaaaa*a?aaa?*aaaa?aWama?Ba*aaaa?aaa?WaaaaaaaaaMB Highland Recorder* Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued eTcrv Frirlav evening n? W- H- lVtA-THIElNrY, CDITOR A1TD X--CT33 ?XSIIX=X*. Entered at the Monterey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterey, Ya., Friday, .Tune 10, 1004 Congressional Candidates Assessed. Thc two candidates for demo? cratic nomination for congress, viz: Hon. H. D. Flood, tho present in enrabent, and Capt. John N Opie, linve been notified of the recent meeting of the congressional com? mittee of the tenth district, which formulated tho rules and regula? tions governing the primarv. which will be held July 23d and I hat the expenses of the primary were esti? mated at 1600, each canuidated be? ing assessed $800. A primary election in Highland will be an entirely new experience for lier voters of either party, and we had hoped that this very disa? greeable feature could be cut out, not only this time, but for all time, but Mr 0| io's remaining in the race...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 June 1904

Highland Recboder _LOCAL NEWS. ERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home rolla About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Lee Trainor who is making his home at the Burns Hotel at Bolar, was in town Tuesday. Mr WU Hiner of Back Cree'ki wiis up Tuesday. At V B Bishop & ("o's. are fresh cheese, oranges, banannas, lemons, ftc. What have we to say about this weather? ls it too wet for Hie working of the SxlO corn patch? Ask to see the "Walker Shoe," handled exclusively hy J Lunsford & Sons. ("apt J C Matheny and daughter Miss Blanche visited Back Creek relatives this week. Mr and Mrs Wm Wagner of Back ("reek spent Sunday with the parents of the former, near town. Y B Bishop ft Co. are receiving a car load of banner wagons, bug? gies and surries. This item was crowded out of one of our Doe Hill letters of last week?Mr A I Wooddell says he will gladly exchange a receipt of "how to be successful in love," for a cood receipt of "how to grow hair on bald heads," as he is great? ly in nee...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 June 1904

W v v i,?ir?ii???-J ENORMOUS WEALTH OF ANCIENT JLWS ********** Riches Under the Old Dispensation Far Greater Than Any Ac? cumulated Now. | Fro?* Ihf altmorah.] [CFORE the Christian era. if we believe the Argadie historj of UM Talmud, there were richer men -,_-_-? than now. Joseph accumulated numberless bush? els of corn "as the sand of the sea." and virtually cornered the production of the world until the people con fessed that all their money was pone and were forced to transfer their property to Joseph, acting for Pharoah. Tradition says that this immense liquidation was by order of Joseph, hidden underground in three distant parts of the world. One treasure was unearthed by Korah. To form an idea of his fortune, we are informed that it required no less than 300 "white" mules to cany tbe keys of his storehouses, and those keys were not made of heavy metal, but of light leather strips (Pesahim. page 119a). Averaging five "leathern" keys to the pound, and the carrying capacity of ea...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 June 1904

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTV, VA., JUNE 17, 11)04. NO. 22. DIED IN HIS CH All Abner McKinley's.End Came Sudden! at His Home. BODY TAKEN TO CANTON FOR BIRIA1 The Late President'. Brother Hsd Bright Disease aad Hsd Used Every Mesas I Overcome the Fatal Malady He Hsd Takt s Drive During the Day Family to Be ll Quests of Mrs Ids McKinley. Somerset, Pa.. (Special). ? Abm McKinley, brother of the late Pres dent McKinley, was found dead in chair at h;> home at 8 o'clock A. > His death came without warning 1 his family. His colored servant, wt slept in his room, was up with hi at 2 o'clock, and it is not known l what time Mr. McKinley got up agai as he did not waken his servant. Mr McKinley walked into his room ; 8 o'clock and found him sitting in chair cold and apparently dead, physician was summoned, who sai death had probably occurred two ( three hour* before. Mr. McKinley's death was due t Bright- disease, which dcvelope shortly after thc death of his dil...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 June 1904

Highland Recorder Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issue*] ercrv Friday t vening bv Entered at the Monterey postoffice ai second class matter. Monterey, Va., Frilay, June 1 7, 190 Democratic State Convention The democratic convention hel last week at Richmond was mark ed throughout by the features o harmony ind good fellowship, mn was h most notable meeting, As to the choice of ? president iii candidate, sentiment nf. pea red f greatly favor Judge Parker, but i was unanimously agreed upon tba the representatives of the dem oe cracy of Virginia, at. St. Louis, b absolutely free to speak for th state as they in their wisdom an good judgment should deem fo the best. Bo the Virginia defog! tion goes to St. Loma not hedge about in any wav. ami is to east il vote as a unite, the unit rule bein adopted without a dissenting vdt The primary plan, with few altei at ions, chief of which was in th manner of roting. Hie ballottin to bc secret, was endorsed by t! convention The platform adopted bv...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 June 1904

j^>w**irTi>****tgaBeatfawcx'T*saiji HIGHLAND KlXlaODKU LOCAL NEWS. ER80NAL Brief Items of Interest to Homo Folks About Their Friends And Acouaintanecs. Miss Bessie'Heverage lias return? ed from tho Farm vii le Female In? stitute. On Saturday List, Mrs Andrew Lindsay died at lier home at Bridge? water. She was a sister of Mr T ll Slaven. The largest lino of drummer's shoo samples ever brought to the county were opened np here a part of the week hy I; S Dickenson, salesman, since June 1st. for tlie Lychburg Shoe Co. Mr Charles Beverage of Cleve? land. W Va., is vialing relatives of Strait ('reek. Miss Lona Smith of Franklin spent Sunday at the home of Sirs. Amanda Arbogast. Remember, A C Suddarth's gal lt ry ivill he closed permanently for the winter, not later than Sept. 1st. Parties wanting work should place their orders hy Aug. lo. ?I Lunsford ft Sons can supply yon with telephone batteries. Mr J A Fleisher came to Monte i rev Wednesday to meet his son, Adam. He was accompani...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 June 1904

TOLD IN CALIFORNIA. Helping the kidneys ls helping th* whole body, for lt ls tbe kidneys thaf remove the poisons aud waste from thi body. Learn? ing this sim? ple lesson has made many sick men and women well. Judge A. J. Fetter, of 318 So. E SL, San Bernardino, Calif.. says: "For 18 years my kidneys were not per? forming fbeir functions properly. There was some backache, and the kidney secretions were profuse, containing also consid? erable sediment. Finally tbe doctors said I had diabetes. Doan's Kidney Tills wrought a great change in my condition, and now I sleep and feel well again." A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney medicine which cured Judge Felter will bo mailed tc any part of the T'nlted States. Address Foster-Mil burn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. hold by ull dealers; price 50 cents per box. MOUSE SINGS LIKE A BIRD. Rarely Accomplished Rodent ls No* a Prisoner In Yorkshire, England. Singing mice are rare, but a corre spondent writes from Yorkshire ask ing whether w9 can give him any i...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 June 1904

RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JUNK 24, 1904. NO. 2*3. TERRIBLE FATEJOF^XCURSION PARTY Crowded New York Steamboat Catches on Fire in East River--Loss of Life Nearly lOOO. ' Bodies found.624 Unidentified dead. 31 List of Missing.300 New York, (Special).?Flames thal suddenly swept over the excursion steamer General Slocum in the Easl river, near its junction with Long Is? land Sound, at io A. M. Wednesday drove hundreds of thc passengers tc leap overboard, while hundreds mort who remained aboard were burned to death. It seems certain that at least 60c persons, mostly women and children met death. The number of death is likely to reach as many as 800 Four hundred and ninety-eight bodies had been recovered at a late hom and divers were at work taking mort rfrom the hold of the steamer. Thc remains of many persons who leapec into the river have not yet been found The fatalities all occured in a briei ?race with death over a half-milt -course which Capt. William H. Va...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 June 1904

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Isnucrf ererv Friday ereninthv w. h. m:a.t:e?:eisj"y, editor aitd S***OaW**at*M*K*a*'a"St. Entered at the Monterey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday. June ti, 1901 An Appeal to the People ol Vir? ginia by the Co-operative Ed? ucation Commission In response to a call bv the Gov? ernor of Virginia and the Supcrin tenden t of Public Instruction, a ii limber of citittnt.repre8ei.tiug the geographical divisions as well as all thc educational interests of tIn? state, assembled ill the Capitol 'on March 28th and 29th. The purpose of the conference was to unify educational forces. with a view to utilizing their com? bined wisdom and strength in re? enforcing the efforts of the State and local school authorities in the matter of perfecting the public ?chop) Ijstem of Virginia. Those present desired to sink the differ? ences and to se^k the identities among all educators. Whatever differences may be supposed to exist in...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 June 1904

araiaafi?TT^''Tr-~-*^*awiriTTrT7iftrTrTirrrTr,T* i ' arni Highland Reckoner LOCALWEWS^ ERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Polks About Their Friends And Acnuaiittniiccs. Mi am 1 Mrs Wm Mullenax were t over recently. Mr Cy rna Hull waa over Monday. Mr V ti Bishop is again having a tight seri ons sick spell. For two or three weeks ho lins been almost entirely confined to his home. Mr A .1 Terry mod her ono of our "on the dot" subscribers, called recently and renewed. Mrs ti A V\ ade is visiting her sister. Mrs .1 M Byrd ol' Hampton, Va. .lune ii*). Rev W S Trimble will preach at Hilltown ll a. in ; New Hampden 8 p. ni. Remember, A C Suddarth's hil? lery will he closed permanently not later than September 1st. Parties wanting work should place their orders hy Aug. 15, Mrs Fannie 0 Flaherty ol' Bott* ton rt county, in company with her grand-daughter, Miss Lucie Flaherty, of Danville, arrived here on Wednesday, nnd will upend sometime with her daughter, Mrs .1 ti Mat lien y. Mr E A D...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 June 1904

THE sunday school INTERNATIONAL LESSON COMMENTS FOR JUNE 26 RptIpit of ItM Second Quarter ? Beni Innifail lill.. l-lO? Oolflen Text. Phil, lt., 9?Toplr: Closing Scene* In Christ'! Earthly Life. Introduction.- The levins of the quar? ter begin with the visit ol Christ and Hut apostle* to the borden of Phoenicia, in the early summer of A. D. W, and close with the resurrection. They haye been full of interest and very profitable. Tbe gieac truths in connection with Christ'! mission on earth hare been brought out aad dis coated. Summary. ? Lesson T. Topic: Christ healing the afflicted. Place: On tue hol? ders ot Phoenicia. Sermon* on bread of lue and pollution just delivered; the peo? ple plot again*! Him; -Jesus and His disci? ples go to the borders ot' Phoenicia j a Gentile woman beteechea Him to cast the devil out of lier daughter; Jesus replica that it is not proper to give the children's bread to doz>; she asks for the eramba* 'for this aajrini" the devil was cast out? her reque...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 July 1904

HIGHLAND RECORDER voi. XXVI. MONTEREY, II Kill LAND "COUNTY, VA., JULY 1, 1904. NO. 24. ROOSEVELT &JAIRBANKS Chosen By Unanimous Vote oi the Chi? cago Convention. TREMENDOUS OVATION TO LEADERS The President V%ill Be Formtlly Notified ol His Nominalion on Ju-y 27, at Oyster Bay? Tbe No.ilicai on of senator I a rbanks Will Take Cac n Week Later, at Indianapolis ?Cortviyuu biecud Chairman. Chicago, (Special) Amid the most inspiring scenes and in a tumult of entliu-ia.-in Theodor: Roosevelt and Charles Warren Fairl anita were nomi? nated t<>r prc idem and vice president of the United States by the Republican National Convention, and the great work which called.together over 1,000 delegates from all pirts of the coun? try was brought to a successful and glorious end. No one could complain of a lack of enthusiasm thc last day of the con? vention, for stirred by eloquent ora? tory thc convention spent a day in genuine enthusiasm seldom indulged in. even at a national convention. ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 July 1904

Highland Recorder. Terms, f LOO a Year in Advance. Issued eeerx Fridav evening nv W- H- IS^A.TKElsr'Y, Entered at the Monterey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Inly. 1, 1WI Honterey Hij-.li School In :u? advertisement in Hus issue Prof, Heirn (.' Btont, Principal./ sets Torth his plans, in brief, foi the session 1004 5, ol'the Mon tere J High Behool, which will have ita RmI roll call Sept. 5, Oo'clok, a. m.* He has also issued a neat litth booklet, ii copy of which can bel procured bv addressing him at New Hope, Va. in which lie more fully' lava out the work, and presents \<ty forceful argument favorable to Monterey as an idea! location lor a Ililli school. NVe are much pleaaed with the announcement, lt lias a decided Iv business air abotit it, and a ring ot! determination. That Highland county mav have one strictly first class high school, that can ***iv?J her children "thorough preparae tion for entrance to our lead inf colleges or prepare tlie:n for th...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 July 1904

LOCM^EWS. BXSONAL Brief Items ifInterest lo Home l-'olks AUnt Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Joe Rexrode (d' Doo Hill was over Wednesday. Mr Kobi Rodgers of Ihe Boll-] pasture w.is up Wednesday. Mrs L K Campbell of Danmor* spent a part of the week with Highland relatives. Mr S li I.' liston ol' Durbin e 1 to see us t ecul' l ? Jesse Wagner, who holds an ira portent position with ii ti, company ni Welch, W Va., i \n ni a few dai a rei ently wil li his moth? er, Mrs 1'na Wagner, of I I Messrs W ii and Pearl Will ot McDowell neighborliood were up Monday attending to some mat? ters of busim -?. Mr Frank Deti.-uore an I wife visited Monterey merchants Mon? day, Another nev lol ladies hats jost received nt V l> Bishop & Co.'s Kev VV 3Trimble will preach ?t Monterey ll n. m. and Pisgah at 1 p, ii)., Sunday July 3d. The Brethern Congregation oi Molar neighborhood are arranging to bnild a church this season, near where the old ono now stands. Kemcinber, A C Suddarth's gal? lery w...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 July 1904

A REASON FOR SICKNESS. Healthy klfineys take from the blood every twenty-four hours 500 (rains of impure, poisonous matter more than enough to cause death. Weakened kidneys leaves this waste lu the blood, and you are soon sick. To get well, cure the kidneys witn [loan's Kidney Tills, the great kidney speci? fic. Mrs. J. H. Bowles. of 118 Core street. .Durham. N. C.. says: I was sick nnd bed? fast for over nine months, and the doctor who attended me said unless I rabmltted to an operation for grave. I would never be well. 1 would not consent to that and so rontluued to suffer. My back was so weal; I could not stand or walk, and it a<hed con? stantly. The first day after 1 began lining Doan's Kidney Pills I felt re? lief, and in a short lime 1 was up mid around the same ns ever, free from backache." A l'RKE TRIAL of this preat kidney medicine whiefl cured Mr- Dowies will be mailed to any part of the United States. Address F<>ster-Mil burn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. Sold by all deale...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 July 1904

HIGHLAND \ RECORDER \ VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA, JULY 8, 1004. NO. 25. DR. SILAS (^SWALLOW Named By the Prohibitionists ia Conven? tion for President. TDE NOMINEE MAY DECLINE HONOR. General Miles al the Last Moment Eliminated Himself by Sending a Telegram Requesting That His Name Be Not Presented?Lots of Enthusiasm. Only One Disturbing Voice? Tbe Platform Adopted. Indianapolis," Ind., (Special).?Thc prohibition party, in national conven? tion, nominated Rev. Dr. Silas C. Swallow, of Harrishurg, Pa., for President and George VV, Carroll, of Texas, for vice-President. The platform was adopted without I argument after a long deadlock in the resolution committee. It was de? scribed by I. H. Ames, of Oregon, secretary of the committee, as the broadest platform ever placed before the people by the party. Gen. Nelson A. Miles put an end to the movement to nominate him for President by sending to John G. Woolley a telegram from New York asking that his name bc not presented. ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 July 1904

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. . Issued crcrv Fridav evening l>v EOITOK e&.17=: PyaHaWaCMl. Entered at the Monterey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Ya., Friday, Inly. 8, 1904 The Pines There's a sweet retreat in old IJi-k.li laud, As coo! ns a tangle of vines; It is shadowed bv branches luxuriant And is called by lovers "The Pines." In daylight the sunbeams are soft? ened When crossing the shadows be? tween: And bv night the moonlight is mel lowell Till it sometimes can scarcely be seen. In winter the feathery snowflake And the starlight keen and clear; They fall like a dream on that woodland, Through the crisp December air. The autumn has nooks there and corners With walls all scarlet nnd gold. Her incense arises to heaven And in glorv descends on the wold. The springtime on violet carpet, In velvet sandaled feet, Rejoices in the fragrance of gar? lands And revels in bird-songs sweet. lint the snow nor the scarlet nor springtime With all thei...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 July 1904

Highland Recbodbh LOCAL NEWSI ER80NAI Brief Items of Interest to Home ^olks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Maj John T Byrd of Williams. ville spent Wednesday night with 0 Wilson, Esq. Miss Evelin Wade of Valley Cen-, ter spent a part of tho week with] Monterey relatives. Mr dames Benson ol' fuss and nieee, Miss Ruth Campbell of Dun? more were at the Commercial a day or so of this week. Miss Helen Francisco of Wil? liamsville is spending sometime at thc home of 0 Wilson, figq. - Heel', in retail market, lias reach? ed the highest point attained since the Civil war. Another new lot ladies hats just received at V ti Bishop & Co.'s | Air A A Shumate who, for fiev* end months, has been at work ut Marlintoii, is home for a short stay. Mrs A W Reynolds and sister. Miss May Slaven, of Princeton, VV Va. are with their mother, Mrs T ll Slayen, whose, illness con? tinues to be extremely critical. Ask to see the "Walker Shoe," handled exclusively by J Lunsford .y Sons. Keep up your ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 July 1904

POTPTJtmOTPOTOTrjTOtTO How to Listen to Musk BY ARLIE BRADLKT There are mnny subjects under mush which we nil are to a certain extent familiar with, as the "biographers ol its masters." "the development." 01 "mediaeval music;" hut not many giv< the subject of "how to listen to music' much thought. Maybe because it doe! not seem as though this is one of an] prent importance, taking it tor grantee that "to listen, is to heat." However the proper capacity to listen to mush is better proof of musical talent thai skill to play upon any instrument 01 to sing acceptably, rt does more foi that gentleness and refinement ol thought and action, which it is Um province of music to promote. Of al the arts, music is practiced most anc thought about least. One reason is that a sweet mystery enshrouds th< nature of music, nnd that to raastei it technically alone costs a vas nmount of time, patience and industry Music is dual in its nature; it is ma terinl ns well as spiritual.. The ranter tal...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 July 1904

. ' - J HIGHLAND RECORDER vm. XXVI. MONTEREY, Il Ki ULAND COUNTY, VA., JULY 15, 1004. NO. 20. PARKER AND DAVIS Nominated for President and Yice-Pres: dcit By National Convention. E PAKKL. DECLARES FOR GOLD. JIDG Sends a Mcssa-e No ii. hg the St. Louis Con? vention vi V.U Yaws on That Subject Causes T,-;m.ndous Poil.ical Sensation? Convcniion Aopis a Sympaihetlc Reply By An Overwhelming Vo.e. ?.?---?\ ?sf Louis, (Special).?One of the greatest sensation! in American po? litical history was created here late Saturday aluino ni by the reception from Judge Allon Brooks Parker, whom thc Democratic National Con? vention nominated tor thc Presidency at 5.45 o'clock Saturday morning, of the following telegram: "I regard thc gold standard as firm? ly and irrevocably established and 6hall act accordingly if the action of the convention today shall be ratified by the people. As thc platform is silent on the subject my views should be made known to thc convention, and it they are proved to be un...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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