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

Highland Recobdbr. Terras, $1.00 a Year In Advance. Issued e-rcrv Fridav ercninpbv H. B. WOOD, asea rena a.it= pvax-isKE"* Knlered at thc Monterey postoffice ap second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Aug. 19 1904 Now Piloting Lust week's Recorder told you H li Wood had purchased tlio paper and would assume management this week. That's so. Having been associated with the out-going editor for four or fiye years, aud being acquainted with tiie lines on which he conducted the paper, and believing them in the main to be correct, I will en? deavor to continue its publication in the interest nnd for the promo? tion of these things, for the good of our county, that have heretofore been prominently and repeatedly brought to your notice in these columns. ^^ It is natural that T should de? sire your co-operation, and this I now most earnestly ask. Likewise I beg for your kind indulgence. Mistakes are quite a common thing in this life, but remember they "don't make hay stacks." If they did...

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

J': ? Riscohijjek ' v OOAL NEWS. PERSONAL j! items of Interest to Uonielj Ls About Their friends lt Anti Acquaintance*. i R L Eutsler will preach :t ly 21, at Hightown ll a ni and* I j rilli!v o p ni. i' regular commit neal ion of', _, lam! lodge No 110 A P & A M j ^t!T be held Friday Aug 19. Qhly two thai! boxes left. Uni! on >V il Matheny. Hurry. Mi- Ora Carrier of Staunton it no* the guest of Mr and Mrs. J.j Cliff. Matheny. MrS C Eagle of Doe Hill greeted our office with a short call, nhill, in town Mouday. Mi Musto Corbett of .1 ackson'? river was seen in Monterey Tues pioiUcj -new lot ladies bats just Ired at V B Bishop & Co.'s (Burnie ('rowley and sister llibcrt Shumate of McDowell ity were up Monday. p ArbogaM and force of hands (Monday for Mr L .1 Sisely. Mountain Qroye to do some lng. Its Mary Hess Hird of Doe Hill riaitiug her friend Miss Elsi* ir of this plat e, Sunday. ss Janet, Stephenson,of Mont is yisttiug Miss Hilda Morris burch str...

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

^ICT ^Kor r. WHEN I CET RICH. . ..en I get rich. oh. many thiner T'H do: For r.ll poof oiks whose lives Hie full of carp, Tkeir days, now d. ?ar, I'll mane bo sweet and fair. They'll know no griei, no sorrow, nc de? spair When I get rich! When I eet ricn thc friends I love so dear Shall know no more those weary, toilsome lu ,.) ?; Lilliput 1'ieir ?kie*> with sunshine, and *mw the showers ^vill scatter on their pathway fairest flowci>. \\ hen I get rich! When yon gc. rich! Those aicriris you 1 ned so well May rot he here, but far beyond the skies, Aid never know the bidder, love that lies i\ ithin ymir l.eart?ah! foolisli, vain sur? mise? When vou vet rich! Wait not^j rjch, hm haste to do it now! Yes, sc.ittTs. s njhine?dry the falling tear? . _, * Light uy with h pe the u*"r*enel heart and drear, That may ">e near you?oh, never mind the year When : nt eet rich! ?The Ttcv. P. H. McCauley, in Freeman's .fournal. mus. BROWN'S HUSBANDS. By MAX ADELER. *M...

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

IGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. AUGUST 2U 1904. NO. 32. BAHLEON^RTaMIIR Reported That Russians -ire Making Desperate Resistance. / THE CASUALTIES ARE ffERY fljlAYY. The Japanese Make Deliberate Rupnes to Selie Advantageous Positions, eaU Havlnj ' Captured Them, Lose /Them?Wa ile Re.|. mentc ot Inlantry and 'Squadrons <t Cavalry Reported to Have Been Blown to Piece*. Chefoo, (By C*ble).-QineH who embarked from I.iaotiens^n promon? tory report the -ontinuavce of heavy fighting. They,*** ^c Japanese have occupied Pige<" Hay /nd are within striking dista-? of tb/e Liaotienshan forts, which, however/ arc still occu? pied'by tPeRu*sian{,. According to the Chinese, the Rus? sians at Port Arthtt- are making their final stand. They declare tlat the Japanese po? sition at Palunjchang, from which they poured he*y fire into Port Ar? thur and the imsr forts, has been re? taken, the JaW.e*? retiring to Shu shiyen. . . The Genna'authorities at Ssin...

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

[Highland Recorder. Terms, fl.00 a Year In Advance. ltd everv Fridav tTcnincbv Ii. B. WOOX), kVOSJl A.1T3D i?tr?i-icsix:i?. id at the Monteiey postoffice a* second class matter. fterey, Va., Friday, Aug. 20 1004 Riches for the Old People. ^ the matter of reading there is laps as great a diversity of )8 as along anv other line, yet [safe to assert that every pal? pul child who was fortunate ;h to see the above-named, im five little article in a recent of the "Companion" felt that jul gotten the wort li of his ?v. We give it below without apology. Just \o\v, when the are filled \v: war and poli? ng point of congestion, it comes like a cool breeze on a sultry dar. 'When the panic came on and swept uwiiv my property." an elderly man once said to au inti? mate friend, '"I was so dazed that I hardly knew what to do. lt com? pelled many changes in family plana, hut what I greived over the most was that my youngest son, the apple of my eye, would have to give np the course in a technical ?c...

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

Highland Recorder LOCAL NEWS. I PERSONAL i Brief Items of Interest io Home j j Polks About Their Friends n And Acquaintances. Dog Dir.s ended Monday. Bnnju }imi Mond ol in for sui' by W ll Matheny. Mr Benj Varner, of Hijj(?iown,V was over Satitrdiiy. i V. B Bishop* Co. will Iruve flour I to-tl Iy. Mr Jno M Armstrong of Head waters neighborhood spent Friday * ni*:i)t in tow n, j Miss s Sallie Campbell nnd Ed na Slaven fefl Tuesday morning for East Virgini:i. lo visit friends, jr Pro! i L Meltoi of thc Fronl Royal Academy spent several davsl in Highland this week, tabing up ' Inn interest of his ?-dp Mr 1. li Kinkftid of Wi/lianisville or n Mr L ll Kinkftid of Wifliamsvi was ii pleasant calli r il |me Bet I der office Monday. i' Mr Joe llexrode t/f Doe Ililli neigh ber hood, was in Monterey one r. dav last week j Mr Di uni- (inni "1 Meadow Dale! neighborhood made our office ai pleasant call while iu town Friday. Mr U alker S i! Lon ol l Inrksburg] , \V Va is visiting his cousin Mr Cla...

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

TORTUR NC PAW. L U*Jf Tlil. M?n'? Snfr?Tln,r? Would Itwrn Allied Muny a faawam. But l>.?u'? Cared HI tn. A. C. Sprngue. stork denier, of NtW* tnal. 111., writes: "For two whole yours 1 was doine nothing but buying medi? cines to cure my kidneys. I do imt think that nuy man ever suffered ns I did and lived. Tbs pain in my back was *o bud that I eon id not s>leep Ht night. I could a. c. spbaoce. not ride n horse, ?Jand sometimes wns unable even to ride lin a car. My conditim wns critical ;hen I sent for Donn's Kidney Pills. 1 used three boxes nnd they cured me. Kow I can go anywhere and do as /touch as anybody. I sleep well and feel no discomfort at all." j A TRIAL FKEE-Address Foster Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. For sale by all dealers. Price, &0 cts. LUCKY ^^50T SAVED HUNTER At Mercy of Infuriated Buffalo When Gun Was Fired. jNlMtaf In South Africa tells the following Ftory of an adventure with a buffalo: ''I was In the act of de? scending the bank w...

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

LAND RECOR NO. 88. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. SEPTEMBER 2. 1904. IO, Lian ing. lan and ipanese and ifter the [ountcd to incing with | the Japanese Ting Kaofeng wherc their August 23. sition at Liang in such a way iss'.an center and liing the evacua today. The Jap therefore is several loyang. Japanese shells from Itery in the vicinity of falling in the road fnkshik, leading to Liao ;atcn;ng to sever com Jto the west. The Rus rontrollcd thc road to the >anesc fire ceased in thc it commenced again in thc upon the Kaofengshik posi as thc Russians did not re rJapanese apparently suspended orations to reconnoitre, while .ussians fell back to a more fa i)le position. he gradual withdrawal of the Rus is before the Japanese advance thc /issians consider as increasing the tcurity of their position, as it is reely acknowledged that the Japan >e are able to beat them in detail in ie mountains. The Russians gener? ally praise ability and valor of the Japanese. St. pate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 2 September 1904

Highland Recorder Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issuc.l CYt-rv Fri<lav evening l?v KC. B. 'WOOD, Entered at thc Monterey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterey, Ya., Friday, Sept. 2, 100-1 Opie a Candidate. Wo note that our county lias Von filled willi Ihe announcements of Capt .Ino Opie for Congress, ns nu independent dem nc cat from the lOtli district. This paper lias fav? ored th*' nomination of Hon II I) Flood for Congress, bv the demo? crats, and an investigation of the facts gives' no grounds whatever, to change our preference. Opie's complaint seems to be that at a meeting at Clifton Forge nf the district committee, held the tiStii of May. only two of that committee of five were present and therefore, there was no quor? um to transact business, The truth of the matter as eel out by the oom mit tee, is that only ?wo members were present, but that those present hud* proxies of tiie absent members, sufficient lo make u quorum, and upon this ground thev held Ihe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 2 September 1904

Ulan iUecoudek LOCAL MEWS, PERSONAL Brief Item ofInioreatto Home I'olks About Their Friend** Alni Acaualutaiices. Mr U I! Magg who lias been i'ill ic ted willi some illness resem? bling pnralysis bus improved to some extent, nnd w?ia able to come to come lo Monterey lo spend Sou day with bis daughter, Mrs Cobb. Mrs !! M IMterson ct Staunton came out Wednesday, mid is now the guest u! lier bro'!,er, Dr 0 J Campbell. Mr Olin Jones of Harrison boru is makins hi* uncle, iIon Chas 1' Jone i a vixit. * Mrs L A Orndnrff and Miss Mn. WI Jones wan have been visiting in Franklin, the past few days return? ed Wednesday accompanied 1 >y M:s^ Florence Manse and Mrs Dr Sam J :)llUSOU. Mr nnd Mr* W V Campbell of \ : ,ii. ta coun'v and W Price Campbell nod S.-m Olen of Valley Outer ut tended Hie funeral nf Mrs (leoruio lt Campbell al Covington! last Monday. Don't forget NY ll Malhenv's auliMif household goods, Saturday! the md. Mr Michael Gum of Glady W Va nnd Mi&<...

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

r THE OLD DOMINION Latest News Gleaned From All Over ihe State. A telegram from Stony Creek says that citizens of Sussex county caused the arrest of Charles R. Stewart, a prominent man, on the charge of mur? dering Miss Annie Bolling, a young woman, and his ward, and afterward burning the body. Twenty-five wit? nesses were at the preliminary trial. On June 26 the body of Miss Bolling was found burned to a crisp, in a piece of woods near the Stewart home Suicide was the theory at the time, though the fact that the woman's hair had not been bumed, but had been cut from the head, and lay twenty feet from the body, was never ex? plained. It is alleged that Stewart originally took Miss Bolling into his family in order to get possession of lier property, and that having done so he tired of keeping her. The Boilings are among thc old Virginia families, and claim descent from Pocahontas and John Rolfe. Walter Hatton, aged 40 years, ot Portsmouth, where he is a prominent -hurch member, was h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 September 1904

HirrHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. SEPTEMBER *). 1004. NO. 34. VICTORY OF JAPS AT LIAOYANG Kuropatkin in Full Retreat and His First Siberian Army Cut Off?25.000 Russians in Dan? ger of Capture. Liaoyang (By Cable)?Thc sevei days' gigantic conflict around Liao yang between General Kuropatkin': Manchurian armies and the Mikado' three annies under Marshal Oyama in which the combined fightin*. strength was nearly half a million mci and several thousand guns, has cul minated in a decisive victory for tin Japanese. General Kuropatkin is in full re treat northward, after sustaining enor mous losses, including more than 35, ooo men killed and wounded, the First Siberian Army, numbering 25.000 men commanded by General Stakelberg surrounded and cut off, and his strong ly fortified position with valuable stores and guns abandoned. Before evacuating Liaoyang the Russiam blew up the magazines and set fire to the buildings containing thc arm> stores and provi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 September 1904

r rr IlOULAND RECORDEK. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Friday evening by H. B. WOCD, ^?WTOI, JLXTXZ I-TJBL,ISIIEH. Entered at the Monterey postoftice ap second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Sept. 0, 1004 Lexington Illinois Sept. 1, 10->4 Editor Highland Recorder: Being on n visit to this section Illinois, I write von, not knowing whether it will be published or reach the waste basket. I left McDowell, my native I ow ll, thc 30th of.June and arrived in Nor* mal, HI. the 4th of July. The iirst man 1 ran against, was H L , Maleom, who built the jail in your town, now a contractor ami builder ttl that place, and said to bo the finest builder in that city. I re? mained there one week then went by rail to Elpaso. Through that section I saw as fine crops of corn and oats asl have ever seen. There my son, George E WoodfUll met me and went east 7 miles. We drow through some fine country, arriving at Grid ley. George Wood dell is contractor and builder in that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 September 1904

{ilQllLAJJiD REOOliUEB LOCALNEWJ. PERSONAL Brief Items cf Interest to IIohm ?<Viks About Their Friends Ami AcQuaintaiieeXt k" Little Miss Evelyn Jones is visi 'fi ? __? hor friend, lilias Marguerite il. ?!:::. of Staunton, this week. Mr Stuart Paterson one of High* land's cattle Bpecnln^.rs was in Monterey- one dav last week. Mrs Fannie (lodgers of McDow? ell was here Fridtn. ?Ino C Saunders Esq of the Do*. lilli neighborhood was one nf thc visitors to Monterey Friday. Mr Anderson Chestnut of Back Creek Villei stopped in town Sat* urdav for nshort while. He wns Oil his way to visit relatives in Gran I count y VV Vs. Send your order for fall and win? ier goods tn Shreckhise & l>ear. Miss Mabel Josts, left Moudav for Ralaskn Institute where she wi.; fea-.li the music department, the coming session. Mr A W Cleek of Bath, was up Monday. Ile reports the prolong? ed hay-hai vest, at an end. and Ihe crop an abundant one iu his local? ity. Domestics of ali ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 September 1904

r FROM MISERY TO HEALTH. A Prominent Club Woman or Kansas City Writes to Thank Donn's Kidney I* tl la For a Quick Cure. Miss Neille Davis, of 1210 Michigan avenue* Kansas City, Mo., society leader anil club woman, writes: "1 cannot say too mac! in praise of Donn's Kidney Pilh, for they ef? fected a complete cure in a very short time when 1 was sufforinK from kidney troohlea brought on by a cold. I had severe palm in tia1 back and sick headaches, and fell miserable alt over. A few boxes of Doan's Kid? ney Tills made me fl well woman, wiHiout an ache or ,?iin. and I feel compelled to recommend this reliable remedy," (Signed) NELLI hi DAVIS. A TRIAL Kit KIO Address Koster Milburn Ca, Buffalo, N Y. Kor sale by all dealers. Price, ,r><? cents. Judge Got Back H'is Wallet. While sailing down the bay In his catboat the othei day with a party Judge Stackpole lost his wallet over board, near Riverheail. L. I. It had about $35 in it. The loss was not dis covered until som...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 September 1904

HIGHLAND i T^afSW^if VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. SEPTEMBER 16 1004. NO. 35. ROOSEVELT'S LETTER Campaign Issues Discussed bj the President YERY SEVERE ON HIS OPPONENTS. President States That His Administration Has Been Misrepresented Outright-It Would Be Disastrous. He Argues, ti Abm loo a S o|le One of His Policies-False Criticism. ile Says. ' Oyster Bay, N. Y. (Special).?Pres? ident Roosevelt's letter accepting the Republican nomination for the Presi? dency was made public here. It is in part as follows: Oyster Bay, N. Y., Sept, 12, 1904. Hon. J. G. Cannon, Chairman of the Notification Committee: My Dear Sir?I accept the nomi? nation for the Presidency tendered nie by the Republican National Conven? tion and cordially approve the plat? form adapted by it. In writing this letter there are certain points upon which I desire to lay especial stress. It is difficult to find out from the ut? terances of our opponents what are the real issues upon which they pro? pose to wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 September 1904

F Highland Recorder. Tcrm9,11.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Friday eveninuby kc. b. woo:d, *----TO*S .aVSTXS J?VBL,ISIIER. Entered at the Monterey postoffice rp second class mutter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Sept. 10, IBO Honument Jit Fort Seybert. Ft. Seyfert, W. Vu., Au*. 29 1004.?To-day the citizens of thi pince and surrounding country me nt Fairview chapel near here foi the purpose of adopting measures t< secure the erection of a mouncienl in commemoration .ol' tim enptun and maaeacre nf Capt. Seybert anc n number of his men and woman al that place hy the. Indian chief Kill buck, in tho rear 1768. Prof. .J. Vf. Miller waa chosen temporary chairman of I lie meet ing and the following orgaiiizati'" WfW effected: Pres. W. C. Miller; Vice Pres. J II. Siple; Gen. Secy. H. T. Cow ger: Asst Sec'y'a, A. D. Lough, W M. Trumbo. D. L. Mav; Treas. J. P Dyer. The meeting was then addressee hy the President. Mr Miller, and li? lley. Mr. Siheit of Brandy wi ne, nm Atty. M. S. Hodg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 September 1904

BlGHLAlO) BbCOBDER LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Honu Polka About Their Friends And Acquaintance*. Il ll Torry Esq of Jacksons Riv er was up Wtdnesduy, Mr CIA Matheny ia assisting in the Bank while Mr Mauzy is away Mr .1 M Colaw our Common wealth attorney returned Wed lies dav from a three week's rest at Bo* lui Springs. I'he work on tho new barn ni Mr L J Sively of Mountain Uro?j u near completion. It ison I \ two weeks more I hat yon have lo give your picture orders tt A C. Suddarth the photographer. Those who returned home over the eastern hack line Wedneeda) were, Misses Sallie Campbell. Ednti Slaven. Bounie Winier, and Mn Daisy Slaven. Mr Dave Woods of Back Creek expects to go into the mercantile business in thc near future at Ar? borvale, W Va. Mr and Mrs ,1 Wesley llevenei and three boys, of Hightown were nmong the visitors here Monday. Rev 1! \j Eutsler will preach next Suudav Sept 18th nt Monterey ll ii ru, Strait Creek 3 p m. Send your order for fall and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 September 1904

CAPTURE OF AN OUTLAW How Doc Middleton's Fam? ous Gang- Was Broken Up? Terror of Cattlemen Taken After Fierce *-ight. . _s*o;*-?. WKXTY-FIVH years ano ft W -linc" Middleton was one O T1 O of the most fe.'ired mon in J 1 ^ the West. He alone knows *X.Ot*?r ll0W inall?v notches should -*> . d in his gun barrel, and how many unbranded cattle Lave been Jriven into his corrals. He lived a.;J ?vii-re west of the Missouri Uiver. The {round w;is his bed. his saddle Ins pillow. The eraek of the six-shooter waa his lullaby; the whistle of a Win? chester ball many times sounded Irs reveille. The outlaw und broncho were his playmates; the prairies, caves *nd pine-covered buttes his play? ground. Civilization put a price upon his head?a price that tempted brave tuen into the then aJmost unexplored .-wintry where this famous bandit lived, to take him dead or alhe\ The boldness and magnitude of his cattle -stealing operations and Hie unerring nini of his six-shooter made him the terror ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 September 1904

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER 23. 1904. NO. 36. PRINCE BISMARCK DEAD His Career Not Like That of Dis Great Father. SERVICE IN DIPLOMATIC CIRCUS. Reputation Blighted by His Elopement With the Prlcess Carolath, Whom He Peruaded to Abandon Her Husband-His Father Never Consented to Their Marriage, and Later He Wedded the Countess Hoyos. Friedrichsruhe, Germany (By Ca? ble).?Prince Herbert Bismarck died here at 10:15 o'clock Sund'ay morn? ing. The end was painless. He leaves one sister, who is thc wife of Count von Bcntzau. His brother William died in 1901. Prince Herbert leaves five children two girls and three boys. His brother William had four children, all of whom arc living. Countess von Bent zau has no children. His Greatest Hopes Blasted. Prince Herbert Bismarck had been ill some weeks with cancer of the liver. For several days before his death, according to cablegrams, his case was considered hopcle.-s. Born in 1840. he was the eldest son ...

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