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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 October 1904

SADIE ROBINSON. Pretty Girl Suffered From J\Tervousne$$ and Pelvic Catarrh?Found Quick Relief in a Few Days. \ NtRVOUSNESS AND WEAKNESS CURED BY PE-RU-NA. Miss Sadie Robinson, 4 Rand street, Mal? den, Mass., writes: "Peruna was recommended to me about a year ago as an excellent remedy for the troubles peculiar to our sex, and as I found that all that was said of this medicine was (rue, I am pleased to endorse it. "I began to use it about seven months ago for weakness and nerv? ousness, caused from overwork and Sleeplessness, and found that tn a few days I began to grow strong, my appetite increased and I began to Bleep better, consequently my nerv? ousness passed away and the weak ftess in the pelvic organs soon dis? appeared and 1 have been well and strong ever since." Address Dr. S. B. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, 0., for free medical advice. All correspond? ence strictly confidential. NORTH-SOUTH-MT-WIST \mjL? you vi bb rm) Sk .?bwt WATfcRPRW Olh&am...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 October 1904

HTGHLAND VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER 28. 1904. NO. 41. JLTIC FLEET FIRES ON BRITISH BOATS fishing Steamers Riddled and Number of Men Killed o* Wounded. SURPRISE ANDINThNSO INDIGNATION. fha Bornbardmeol of the UcfenseleaB Vessels Leafed Abuni n\ minutes ll la thought 1 hat the Hussions, Alarmed by Ihe Sending Up ol Rockets From the british Vessels, Sus? pected a Submarine or Torpedo boat Attack. Hull, England (By Cahir).?A. M. Jackson & Co., solicitors for thr own? ers of 50 Hull fishing boats, have noti? fied the Foreign Office of an attack on the Hull fishing fleet hy ?*?? Rus? sian Pacific fleet, commonly desig? nated as the Halt ic squadron, com? manded hy Vice Admiral Rojestvcn sky. Thc official information is that shortly after tuidiu'.lil Friday the Rus? sian squadron fill in willi ihe Hull fishing fleet in thc North Sea 200 miles off Spurn Head. Thc Russian ships wire Steaming in linc. The leading shi|?s passed without incident, though most ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 October 1904

. ?MISS.MS.m.' .' ' " ' Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav rveninKb'? Ii. B. WOCD, editor aitd p-o-sx-ifsiiEre. Entered at the Monterey postoffice ap second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Oct. 28, 1004 NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. (Election: Tuesday. Nov. S. 190+) For President; ALTON B. PARKER, of New York. For Vice President: HENRY G. DAVIS, of West Va. For Congress. 10th Congressional Dist ?"" trict ot Virginia: HAL. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox Co. *-? kv There is ;i little stump in the public road north of town that has provoked more wrath than any? thing to its size in the county Have you ever seen it? Of course you have, and felt it, too, It is in the little hollow just opposite Jim Motes' house, and so situated M to come in contact (frith every passing vehicle. If you strike it With two wheels and at a sweeping trot, your hat. equilibrium and solar p'eufus are all displaced simultaneously. If you chance to have the lines well in hand, von ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 October 1904

Highland Recorder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home ^olks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. " V Mr and Mrs Charles Stiles, of Kaunas., were this week visiting Monterey relatives. Mrs Stites was formerly Miss Eva Priest, of Franklin. That foretaste of winter, on Sun flay, answered every purpose, and we would do well to regard it as an admonition to "get ready.11 Lumberman's coats at C W Trim? ble's. On Sunday night last there was a considerable snow flurry, which covered the ground until long after sun-up. As far as we can learn, this was the case throughout the mountains generally. Court days are now so long com? ing around that it may be well to remind you that the November term convenes on Th urida/, the 10th. The best is .always the cheapest, uni! that is what you get at Shreck? hise & Bear, Mr H H Tern ?"d son Frank, of the Uiver, spent Tuesday night in town. Tlie nicest line of dress goods and failCV waist patterns that ever came tu Crabbotto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 October 1904

Nor*:.?The following article has been widely published and ls on* ol ihe most remarkable illustrations ol the value of careful marshalling am? analysis of facts lu presenting a sub? ject to the public. LEVELERS. Thc Mission of "Whisky, Tobacco and Coffee. The Creator made all things, we be? lieve. If so, He must have made these. We know what Ile made food and water foi\ aud air and sunshine, but why Whisky, Tobacco and Coffee? Tiley are here sure enough and each performing its work. TiVira must be some groat plan be hiu U all; the thoughtful man seeks to tu Persia ud something of that plan and thereby to judge these articles for their true worth. Let us not say "bad" or "good" with? out taking restimOBp. There are times and conditions when it certainly seems to the casual observ? er that these stimulant narcotics are leal blessings. ltlgbt there is Hie ambush that con erato a 'killing" enemy. One can slip into the habit of either whisky, tobacco or coffee easy enough, but to "untang...

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

V v ) HIGHLAND VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY. IIKiHLAXD COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBEB 4. 1904. NO. 42 BLAMED ON THE ENGINEER Two Sections of World's Fair Special Come Together. ENGINEER BUNDED BY HEADLIGilT. The Passengers In Ihe Pullman Car Received the Pul! Force of the Impact, aod Three of Fourteen on Board Were Killed and the Others More or Less Seriously In* jared. Kansas City, Mo. (Special).?Three persons were killed and 12 injured in a rear-end collision between section No. 2 and section No. I of train No. 3, Missouri Pacific World's Fair spe? cial, at Tipton, Mo. Train No. 3, on account of the heavy World's Fair travel, was made up in two sections, the first leaving . St. Louis for Kansas City at 10:10 P. M. Thc second section left a few min? utes later, and when it reached Tip? ton section No. 1 was taking on pas? sengers. According to Engineer Ram? sey, of section Nu. 2, a headlight in the yards blinded him, and he was un? able to see section No. I. He also says that his orders were "clear ...

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

Highland Kecokder, Terms, $1.00 a Year In Advance. Issued ererv Friday evening by Ii. B. WOCD, KOr-Tor** .A.iTX5 FVB1.ISSER. Entered at thc Monterey postoflice a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. 4, MW NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. (Election: Tuesday, Nov. 8, 19041 For President: ALTON 13. PARKER, of New York. For Vice President: HENRY G. DAVIS, of West Va. For Congress, 10th Congressional Dist? rict of Virginia: HAL. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox Co. It is now declared that the great cabbage bugaboo is a "fake" in? stead of a ''snake." You may eat it either raw, b'iled or in slaw with no fear of snakes. The Highland Recorder.publish? ed at Monterey, devotes half a col? umn ot' editorial apace to anathe? matizing ''a little stump in I bf public road north of town that bas provoked more wrath than any? thing of its size in the county." Why don't yon dig it up and quit cussin1??News-Leader. If the News-Leader read our lit? tle "ode" carefully it will readily understand why we ...

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

Highland Recorder LOCAL NEWsT PERSONAL ttrief Items ofliiierestto Home ^olks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr and Mrs .1 N Hull, of Van derpool, returned on Monday from a visit to their daughter's home in Rockingham. Charles, the little son of Mr and Mrs. I) S Peterson, lui-; been quite Bick for ii week or more. Note change in C VV Trimble's advertisement. Mrs C S Peterson aud Mrs Alfred Jones ot' McDowell were np Satur? day, shopping. Tho best is always the cheapest, and that is what von pet at ..Shreck? hise & Hear, Who will win tlie handsome Sowing Machine? The one who works to secure new subscriber.-. If inured of Anything in the furniture line, place your order with T H & li F Slaven for strong hand-made work, nearly us cheap and much better. Wiil exchange work for pork or winter beef. Sale of Mules?I will sell pub? licly, on court day, Nov. 10, one pair of fine two-year-old mules. bood size and fine style. E 1) Swecker. Kev W S Trimble will pre...

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

Why Diamonds Increase In Price. "Diamonds are very high now, and they are apt to go higher still," said Mr. Irving L. Russell. "Within the last two years the In? crease in the cost of diamonds has not been less than 40 per cent. The big South African company that virtu? ally controls the diamond situation of the world claims that the ground which holds the stones i? gradually giving out, and that with the end of product on in sight the advance in pries is natural and legitimate. Wheth? er this claim is founded on fact, or whether it is an excuse for curtailing the output, no one outside of the com? pany knows. How's Tliis? We offer 0:i*? Hundred Dollar* Onward for ?ny (Me of Catarrh that cannot be earsd by hall's Catai rh Care. F. J. Chenkt cV i'n? Toledo, O. We. tbs) undersigned, have knows F.J. ( heney for tho last 15 years, and beUeve him perfectly honorable in all business transac? tions and MnaiiHally able to carry oat auy obUgatiooa made by their linn. West rn Tkcax, wholesale...

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

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. XXVI. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBEB ll. U>04. NO. 4:5. NEWS DI SHORT ORBER. Tlie Lslcsl Hsppenlngs Condensed for Rapid Reading. Domestic, The Cleveland and Cincinnati ex? press ran into a light engine during a dense fog at Portage, Pa. The pas? sengers had a shaking up, but none was seriously injured. Arnold Gundelfinger and his wife, while guests at the Hotel Dorchester, in San Francisco, were held up iii their rooms and robbed of a bag ot jewelry. The driver boys at No. o Colliery of the Pennsylvania Coal Company, at Wilkesbarre, went on a strike, caus? ing the shutting down of tlie mine. The Republic Iron and Steel Com? pany filed a mortgage in thc county recorder's office in Cleveland, O., for $10,000,000. Thc Methodist Women's Home Missionary Society, in session in Kan? sas City, adjourned to meet next year in New York. A runaway trolley car dashed into a coal cart at McKccsport, Pa. The motorman was killed and the passen? gers injur...

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

_ \ Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Frldav erenlngbr H. B. WOOD, EOiTon ?HTS pv*i-isirEi?. Enteied at the Monterey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. ll, 1004 From Illinois A letter from Wm Devtr, Oak? land, Illinois, enclosing $1.00 for renewal, also complains of not re? ceiving Recorder. We know no reason why this is so. His name is on our list, and the paper leaves here regularly every Friday morn ing. He gives the following news items: Flour is $6.75, corn 40 cents in the field, Irish potatoes 60, sweet potatoes 75. hogs 4 cents, eggs 25, butter 15, meat from 10 to 15, ap? ples, Nos. 3,2, and 1, 35, 40 and 50 per bushel respectively. I saw a corn sliucker, drawn by four horses, a wagon tied behind it, shucking more corn than ten men, throwing it in the wagon. Wages are $1 35 and $1-50 on np to three and four dollars per day. Though wages are good, hands are scarcer than I have ever seen them ill my stay of thirty ypars,...

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

Highland Recorder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Hom Vol ks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Miss Lizzie, daughter of Mr. Jn? Swadley, of Burnsville, Bath conn ty, has been in the com in unity fo a week or more. Mrs D M Kyle, of Staunton, i a visitor at her mother's hom* Mrs Elizabeth Gibson, Mouterey. Underwear that preserves heal tl and keeps the bodv warm can b> had, cheap, at I Q Simmons'. Mrs Jno A Whitelaw and little daughter, Elizabeth, who han been visiting Mrs Whitelaw's par ents in Staunton returned nomi Monday. Beautiful! That's what you wil say when you see our rugs and car? pets. Shreckhise & Bear. Kemp Beard, a worthy colored boy, formerly of Highland, died or Wednesday at Portland, on the C & 0. Railroad. "Election-Night in a Great News? paper Office" is the title of a thril? ling and up-to-date article in the November Woman's Home Com? panion. It gives readers a valua? ble idea how the election-returns are col...

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

QUICK RESULTS. W. .7. Hill, of Concord, N. C., Justice of the P<" a ce. says: "Doan's Kidney Tills proved n very o tn ci en t remedy in my case. I used then) for disor? dered kidneys and backache, from which I had experienced a j;roat deal of tron b le and pain. The kid? ney secretions wore very irregular, dark colored and full of sediment. The Pills cleared it all up and I have not had an ache in my back since taking the last dose. My health generally is improved a great deal." Foster-Milhurn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. For sale hy all dealers, price 50 cents per box. A Remarkable Wind Cave. In the Black hills of South Dakota there is fine scenery, including a "wind cave," ten miles north of Hot Springs. A wind blows out of the cavern in summer and into it in win ter, probably because in summer th< air outside is warmer and in wintei cooler than it is inside. A remarkablf feature of the cave is a "boxwork" or honey-combed structure of calcite or some of the ceilings a...

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

RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 18, 1904. NO. 44. REPUBLICANS' GREAT VICTORY Roosevelt's Plurality in the Popular Vote Also a Record Breaker. HIS ELECTORAL VOTE NOW 34?. Tbe Solid South Broken Iq the Sweeping Re? publican Tidal Wave and the Unprecedent? ed Majority (or Roosevelt and Fairbanks Ihe Knormous Pluralities Std! Rolling Lp. Already past thc 2,000,000 mark, President Roosevelt's plurality in the popular vote continues to grow, ac? cording to the latest returns. Pennsylvania leads the list of States v.'ith the magnificent plurality of 494, 525. This tremendous record, only a few votes short of the half million mark. Maryland is very close, with indi? cations that the Democrats will win one presidential elector. No State except Maryland is in doubt, and unless there arc further changes the Electoral College will cast 342 votes for Roosevelt and Fair? banks and 134 for Parker and Davis. In Congress'there will be a Repub? lican majority of 104, tlie...

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

Highland Recorder. Terms, fl.00 a Year In Advance. s Issued ercrv Friday tTenineby h. b. worr>, Enteied at the Monterey postomce ap second clas9 matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. 18, 1904 Production of Petroleum in 1904 Among Hie natural products whose benefit to mn ii ki lid never grows less is petroleum. Tlie pro? duction for 1908 was greater Hum that of* any previous rear. This important fact is nota! in the be ginning of Mr F H Oliphant*! an? una! report to (he United States Geological Survey, which in entitled "The Production ot* Petroleum in 1908." The total production of crude petroleum 111 the United Stales in 1003 was 100,401.337 barrels, a gain of 11.004421 barrels, or 13.17 percent, over tlie production of j 1002. The great increase was! mai li Iv 'lue to (lie remarkable out? put in California, ir li ic li is now j larger (lian (hat of any other stale. California produced 24.2*/ per cent,! or nearly one-fourth of Hie entire production. Jacksons Hirer Items Pi...

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

Highland Recokder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Rt'ief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Thanksgiving Day Thursday Nov. 24th. will exchange appointments with Kev W H Marsh of McDowell for Sunda? the 20th inst. ti. A. Murrill. The butchering season opened up with tlie advent of cold weather, and a 'squeal'' has gone up from many a pig-sty. Dr Roy Waggoner, after a pleas? ant visit to his old Crabbottom home, has returned to his practice in Madison county. All shippers of produce and Poul? try should get in touch with Hud? son & Son, Richmond, Va.?large receivers of same. Write them for prices. Mrs J Cliff Matheny, who, since September, has been visiting the home of her parents in Missouri, returned on Monday. The recent storm was not con? fined to the mountains, but was wide-spread in its extent, bringing distress and entailing much loss in many places. See The Mason Produce Co. ad vertisement in this issue. This linn is said to handle more pro...

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

ANOTHER LIFE SAVED; Mrs. G. W. Fooks, of Salisbury, Md., wife of G. W. Fooks, Sheriff of Wk-o inico County, says: "I suf? fered with kill? iney complaint for eight years. lt caine on me gradually. I felt tired and w e a k. 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 three weeks. 1 had not taken Doan's Kidney Pills more than three days when the distressing aching across luy back disappeared, and I was soon en? tirely cured." For sale by all dealers. Price BO cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Where Streets Are Steep. High in the mountains of northern Mexico there is a city of several thou? sand people where the sound of wheels is never heard in the streets. It is the rich mining town of Catoree, where millions of dollars worth of ore have been found, and all this ore ls sent out Into the great world beyond on thc backs of patient...

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

vol: xxvi. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 25. 1004. NO. 45. 12 LOST TENEMENT FIRE Tragedy io the Williamsburg District, TWO WHOLE FAMILIES WIPED OUT. Smothered Before They Could Reach the Fire Egctpe In the Rear of the Building?The Blaze Started In the Cellar of a Grocery Store at an Early Hour of the Morning Firemen'* Work Hampered. New York (Special). ? Smothered* "before they could could reach tlie rear firecscape in a burning tenement build? ing at 186 Troutman street, in the Wil? liamsburg district of Brooklyn, 12 per? sons met death shortly before 2 o'clock A. M. Two entire families, those of Ma ranio Triolo and Charles Polognio, are wiped out, thc last living member of each being now in a hospita!, with nr hope of their recovery. They are Charles Polognio, 33 years old, and Tony Triolo, 13 years old, both of whom arc terribly burned. Although in the opinion of the coroner, all the dead were lllffiocated, the bodies were badly burned before they could he taken from t...

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

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issue-1 ererv Fridav evening bT H. "B. VvOCD, E2:xsB -A.rr:o r*-o-SJZ-is=3:Eii?. Entered at the Monterey post office a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. SS, 1004 j I. _?- i v Thanksgiving According to the usual custom, a joint service was held to-day by the two churches in Monterey, Kev A. Q Flaherty preaching a thanks? giving sermon tit the Methodist charch. Thc attendance upon such ser? vice--, and the observance ni the day,are never what they should bc. but it is declared that "as a man thillketh in his heart, so i< he." and the charitable conclusion is that many feel thankful who give no outward token or public ex? pression of their gratitude. Surely nn people of the laud have gi eater cause for thanksgiv? ing than have the people ot High? land. This is true of ni as indi? viduals, as fnmilea, as communities. Blessings mid comforts have come tn us; we have enjoyed and recog? nixed them aud there is no ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 25 November 1904

Highland Recokdei LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Hom Vol ks About Their Friends And Aequaintances. A band of gypsies, panuni through the county, were encamp ed several days in the Vanderpoo gap Rev Ii L Eufsler has been hold ing a protracted service at tin Hightown church duri ns the pas two weeks. Mr E ll Arbogast., of Marlintoi caine to Monterey on Monda] evening. Messrs Edward Beverage ant Kemper Gibson spent part of tin weeK bunting on Back Creek ano in the adjacent Alleghany spurs. The fact is recalled that, by thi: date last season every ice-house ir town, or the greater portion oi them, was filled with a genuine choice article, varying in thickness according to the source from whicli taken, for ponds and streams wert virtually frozen to the bottom. Messrs Harry Langford and Uriah Hevener returned on Monday from a trif) to Kentucky. Mr,John Page, of Back Creek, was in town a short time on Satur? day. If yon need a cloak, be sure and see our line before buying....

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