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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 December 1904

THE SUNDAY SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL LESSON COMMENTS FOR DECEMBER 4. Subject: Hezekiah Reopen* the Temple, II Ciu-oiii4<le?, xxl*.. 18.31?Golden Text, I Samuel H., aO?Memory Verse*, ' '?? "4?Commentary on the Day's Lesson. TL The temple cleansed (vg. 18, 19). 18. ?Then/' Hezekiah begun the work of cleansing iii* temple ou the hist day ot thc first mooth?the month Abib, or Xi mb. This was iii? first New Yost's Day after he became king. The work occupied sixteen days (vs. lb, 17). As soon as the work was completed they reported the fact to thc kniK- "Cleansed dil the house." Tin- accumulated filth of years was tarried oul and cast in thc Kidron Valley. The altars "ere renewed, the lamps trimmed and lighted, and the whole service set in motion. Compare 'lie cleansing of the tem pie bj ( brut (Matt. 21:12; John 2:14). The temple of our hearts and the temple ot tlie church are defiled by sinful habits and customs, hy arron of doctrine, by worldliness ol .-pirit, by lu?ts of the flesh, by s...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 December 1904

HIGHLAND RECORDER U_ XXVI MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., DECEMBER 9, 1904. NO. 47. tt Wllttl ASLEEP icircle Japanese Battery and Capture Guns. i* BURY THE DEAD. UsaHoo of Hostilities at Port ?sslao Officers Figuring on How [er the Harrison Can Hold Out? Russia Raising Hundred* of lar Funda. [siege guns bombarded vil ptd by the Japanese to the railroad, near Shakhe Sta |r'day, and a force of Cos >risc^ the Japanese while -ircled a battery and cap It guns. According to a |">m Mukden, General Rcn Cossacks continue their [the Japanese, and have prisoners, armistice between thc it Port Arthur was de Member 2, for thc pur Ling the dead, lt lasted >f six hours. An official pn genera! staff likens lt Port Arthur since the "thc Japanese of 203-Meter what occurred at Sebasto |!a^t outer defense at Sc Jthree months afterward. [panese Parliament Premier lgratulated thc army and Lthcir successes, and cx tthy for thc soldiers and rere first submitted to and then to freezing [reign Minis...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 December 1904

iiguland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav t vening by "K. B. "SA7* OCD, CSITOK .A.ST3D WMtHBWi I Enteied at the Monteicy postofflce as? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Dec. 9, 1904 The sit nation in the far East is not materially changed. Tokio rejoices over the taking of the new position?203-Meter hill?near Port Arthur, from which, it is claimed, Ile Japs can command Hie harbor, and willi siege guns, sweep the whole city. The land forces remain close to? gether, strongly entrenched, but not much doing. With Ihe mer? cury gradually going down, and the two big armies close enough to hear encl) other talk, one can readily conclude that both sides are feeling a little Shakhe. Letters of administration have been granted in Philadelphia on the estate of Edward L Wentz, the weatthly young Philadelphia!!, whose uiysterous death in the mountains of Virginia has never been cleared up. The es'ate is variously estimated at from ?200,000 to ?500.000. and...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 December 1904

Kecokder PERSONAL l\ !,Itenis of Interest to Home 0,ks About Their Friends An?l Acquaintances. M. \i ^ ? ~ ?nereiiiiw Paterson, of the "Com* boutaII PHid ? visit to llis lV;l" ?? home, his mother being ill. Con?11. J S Gibson ?**?* W* A* Jin , .n?liain made a trip to Frank "n tins we-k. ssrs Jesse Miner and R M We WL?nt to Staunton this MUff where they will be met *e Misses Lftwman, of Dayton, are coming to Monterey on a |J's, candies, nuts, raisins, holi !tricks, etc. at I Q Simmons1. * Jas. VV. Brill will preach ,stnias day at Crabbotom Mt. " U. B. Church at 10:30 a. m. **re invited to come and enjoy least of love. [?"Charles Eu taler, after a week's the home of li is brother, L Eutsler, a men I ion of presence was over-looked at ie, returned to the Valley lay morning last. first oysters of tlie season Iryed on Friday night ac the Monterey. (Sam Beach, who, with Mr. f, spent Sunday iii town, was M Monday on account of a frse. ?t received at C. W Trimble's :e assortments of Currant...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 December 1904

EVERY WALK IN LIFE. A. A. Boyce, a fanner, Hrlng three and a half miles from Trenton, Mo., sa yu: "A severe cold settled in my kidneys and devel? oped 8 o quickly that I waa oblig? ed to lay off work on ac? count of the aching in ni y b I C k and Bides. Tor a time I wns unable to walk at all. ?nd every makeshift 1 tried nnd all the medicine 1 took had not the slightest effect My back continued to grow weaker until I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills, and I most say I was more than surprised and grati? fied to notice the back ache disappear |BC gradually until it finally stopped." Donn's Kidney Pills sold by all dealers or mailed on receipt of price, BO cents per box. l-'oster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. A man brought ii|i al st. albans ns nu incorrigible rollie was proved ta have married his aunt. His children are. therefore, his first cousins and he is his own uncle. His grandmother and lier mother-in-law are the- saint! person. Apparently the judge sym? pathized witta him, for he w...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 December 1904

zr x i HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., DECEMBER Hi. 1904. NO. 48. FROZEN IN THE RIGGING Sailor Loses Life in Wreck of the Mootana. VESSEL STRANDED AT PEA ISLAND. Her Crew Lashed lo (be Rig-fin**;. Half Frozen, For Sixteen Hours Before Bein; Rescued? The Vessel Will Probably Be a Total Loss - /tia Understood That tbe Mootana is Owned in Summer's Point, N. J. Norfolk, Va. (Special).?The three masted schooner Montana, Captain Booye, from New York, for Charleston, S. C., with a cargo of either salt or coal, stranded al ll o'clock P. M. at Pea Is? land (N. C.) Life-Saving Station, 50 miles north of Cape Hatteras, during a heavy northern gale. Within 20 minutes after the vessel stranded she was full of water and awash, so that the crew, consisting of Captain Booye and six men, were forced to take to the rigging, where they re? mained "until 2 o'clock P. M., when six of thc seven mon were rescued by crews of Pea Island, New Inlet and P,odies Is? land Life-Savin...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 December 1904

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. lssue.1 ererv Friday tseninebv K. B. wo:d, c=:r3s a.it3d m^yrMZjsmaaaaas. Entered at the Monterey postofilce a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Dec. Ki, 1004 Timber-land buyer* nave been busy along the Bnllpastiire river during the past few weeks, anti recently cann* up hm far as Crab Kim and Strait Creek. Thev re? port success in milking ileall all j along Hie river, Mild closed out a few west of McDowell. We are not informed na to the nature of Ihe deal, whether it amounis to a straight-out pi rcliase, or only a conditional one, or an option. One of the landowners, who refused to sel1. slates that the pried offered him. and. ol hers hail sold at the same, was $1.50 per acre, the con? sideration being for the timber alone, lt. is well-known that such tra wac'iona usually Like place he fore anv permanent or "final steps are taken in Hie matter of railroad building, the com pan v paring the way for marketing and developin...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 December 1904

Recorder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Rrief Items of Interest to Home tfnlks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Misses Bertha and Ella Lowman, of Dayton, Va., are the guests of Mr and Mrs G J Miner. This Highland drought is not to be laughed at, but, until we are, constrained to pray for rain, we either have more water or less faith than many others, for, in numer? ous sections of the country, it is the burden of earnest prayer. Miss Elsie Swadley has returned from her visit to Tennessee. Members of Highland Lodge, No. 110, A, F. & A.' If. hw inform? ed that, owing to church service on Friday night, no meeting will be held until the regaler commu? nication on the evening of the 27th inst. I have 50 boys' suits that I will sell at II* per cent above cost. C. W. Trimble The best is always the cheapest a;nl that is what you get at Shreck? hise & Bear, If boils have been properly rated ?$5 00 each?Tom Wagoner has ten dollars1 worth. Yet he isn't happy. Counsel in the Ilamilton-Steph...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 December 1904

COMPLETELY RESTORED. Mrs. P. Brunzel, wife of P. Brunzel, ?tock dealer, residence 3111 Grand tvenue, Everett, Wash., says: "For fifteen years 1 suf? fered with terrible pam in my back. I did not know what it was to enjoy a night's rest and arose in the morning feel? ing tired and un? refreshed. My suffer? ing sometimes was simply indescribable. When i finished the first box of Doan's Kidney Tills I felt like a different wo? man. I continued un? til I had taken five boxes. Doan's Kidney Pills act very effectively, very promptly, relieve the aching pains and ill other annoying r'ifrjculties." Foster-Milhurn Co., buffalo, N. Y. For sale by all druggists. Price 50 tenta per box. Wayside Inn for Geese. Years before the war Daniel Scott, tke owner of "Scotlands" plantation, In Albemarle county, Virginia, began the custom of feeding flocks of wild geese each spring and summer on their semi-annual migrations. The custom has continued to this day, being kept up by the descendants of Mr. Scot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 23 December 1904

' HIGHLAND VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., DECEMBEB 23. 1004. NO. 40. A Christmas Dream By TOM MASSON TW^..t^O**-' f7\v? p [ p <>1(1 beeu wanting," said rgton, "to have a pood fashioned Christmas M A\ p for yen rs?a Christmas 'yfO+C S,K>-1 as I ,ise(-* t(> have Wlieu i was a boy?and this year 1 am going to have it. I'm going lo open up the old homestead up in Hillville. Martha, the cook we had when I was a boy, will cook for ns. Everything's planned?tickets bongbt. Come, my dear, what do you say?" .Mrs. Wigg ton looked at her husband aghast. "I don't seem to have anything to say," she observed, "if you have made al] the preparations. When do we start?" "To-morrow." said Wlggton. ""Back to the old homestead. How I have looked forward to it! We'll have some? thing decent to eat at last. How tired I am of this modern cooking!" The next day. when they arrived at the little New England village where the Wlggton homestead reared its dingy colonial frame to Ihe sky, ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 23 December 1904

Highland Recorder* Terms, $1.00 a Year In Advance. Issued eierx Friday ereniiifbT H. B. WOC X), Entercd at the Monteiey postoffice a? second class matter. \ Monterey, Va., Friday, Dec. ','3, 1004 The labors of another year arv ended, at least so far as the Recor? der is concerned. In keeping with a custom which obtains among country newspapers, there will lie no paper published next. week. There is perhaps no one who is in a position to enjoy a week of abso? lute rest nore than the busy fellow who, front month to month, buck? les down to the monotonous, rou? tine oflice-work of a country raper, and this brief respite, this holiday vacation is so richly earned and so piecious, that he just, takes it and makes no apology. The few months, during -which the management and control of the Recorder has rested with na, liave served to acquaint us, at least in a measure, with those who are its loyal friends and supporters, and our hope of retaining, his friendship and support has been not a ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 23 December 1904

Recorder Ul news. PERSONAL y Items of Interest to Hoon 0,ks About Their Friends An<l A eq ? a in tan res. ta fc..Lncv ' Hr*16J5|? ??mploye-1 to tenth at thc term f ,rrv sc-10,>* home, tht J?inu.,s? be*?iM tho first M??day in ? 'Mr v. ?ll Is" C' S* Peterson, of McDow ' Mm town shopping Tuesday. 1 ?'? ?*?> Folks and wife, of Crab were among the large visitors in town Tues 5*JW ?jj Tl,e F^ pac >er^f I * l^as become thorough on the frozen ground. adoption of sleds and ?V'S, both fur pleasure mid trnf r.nS|j,re.ttV **"****> Mr'c* W* eh; i m quipped a runner 'lc|e for his Alleghany mail ute. i B IjJ'm b?St ls aUv*V* the cheapest Bte i ,!' ,s xvl,ilt vou getatShreck ['*e ? Bear, *"? return of the school bovs 1i#yr!a for a short holiday vaca )n ?s a treat, no less to them than tlie parents. Separation en ?fi* the horns to the child and the ni*d to the home. I have 50 boys' suits that I will |fll at 10 per cent above cost. C. VV. Trimble We are told that Mr 8am'l Hev I'-er. ne...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 23 December 1904

- THE SICK. HENBIKTTA ?Iii* A VICTIM ur LA GRIPPE. Mrs. Henrietta A. S. Marsh. 769 VV. Hth St., Log Angeles, tal , President Wo? man's Benevolent Assn, writes: "I suffered with la grippe j or seven weeks, and nothing I could do or take helped me until I tried Peruna. "I felt at once that I had at last se? cured the right medicine and I kept stead? ily improving. Within three weeks 1 was fully restored, anti 1 am glad that 1 gave that truly great remedy a trial. I will never be without it again." In a letter dated August SI, 11*04, Mrs. Marsh says: "I have never yet heard ?the efficacy of Peruna questioneU. We mm* 1 traveled through Ken W Tennessee t (nee years ago. r . I found Penrod doing ita good Tc. Mach of it is being used here also."?Henrietta A. S. Marsh. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The "Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1905. Spoiled Intended Rebuke. In the life of the Rt.-Rev. Mandel! Creighton, bishop of landon, ts a sto...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 January 1905

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 6. 1005. NO. 50 THE NATIONAL TREASURY Review of Operations Darius: Calendar Year NH RECEIPTS ARE LESS THAN EXPENSES. A Deficit ol $22,000,000 Because ol Panama Canal Purchase -Receipts Show Decrease of $8,000,000, While There Was an Increase ?f $59,900,000 In Expenditures-Some of the Work of Treasury. Washington. D. C. (Special).?The Treasury Department issued a review of treasury operations for the calendar year 1904. The Treasury receipts for thc calen? dar year 1004 were $540,000,000 and the expenditures (including the Panama payment) $562,000,000?a deficit for the year of $22,000,000. As compared willi the previous calendar year, thc receipts show a falling off of $8,000,000 and tho expenditures an increase of $50,000,000. The decrease in customs receipts was $9,000,000. Cival and miscellaneous ex? penditures increased $15,000,000; War Department, $9,000,000; Navy Depart? ment, $23,000,000; pensions, $2,000,000...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 January 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued exerv Friday ercningbv H. B. WOCD, co:tok a.*txs rvstisitcR. Entered at the Monterey postofflce a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Jan (i, 1005 Port Arthur Falls Port Arthur, tho Gibraltar of the fur East, has fallen.. The terms of surrender are not known fully, but are reported to be satisfactory to both sides. It is a mere hand? ful of broken men who surrender, and only a debris-strewn desert is gained by the brave, besieging army. Two more names are added to the list of the world's heroes?Nogi and Stoessel?but the pity of it all is that heroes are made at such an appalling cost. New Salem Jan. 2. 1905. The Holiidays are over, the old year gone willi its many changes and tlie new year either for sorrow or happiness has come and we should one and all strive to improve our time this the new year. Some of our boys and girls who are away at the diffeient schools came home to spend the holidays. They have all returne...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 January 1905

Highland Recorder LOCAL NEWS. I\ PERSONA! Brief Items of Interest to Home Fftlkfl About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Til is is 1005, hut when yon write it w con ft just make a big, black 5 over the 4. Everybody does it that way. On Saturday night, about nine thirty o'clock, a skv-rocket fell in an oh! pasture-held just south of town and set fire to the grass. The blaze, si first sight, occasioned alarm to the sleepy populace, Int fear was allayed wlnm the locution of the bla/.p was fully determined. No serious; harm was done. At a shooting-/natch near Mr. farmer's on Thursday, our towns? man. Mr. A. 0, Suddarth, was lucky enough to carry of! iirst prize?a hue 25 pound turkey. Mr. L. S. Dickenson made a trip to Parsons on Wedneeda j, return? ing Saturday evening. Mr R M Trimble came in Satur? day from a short visit to West Vir? ginia. Misses Nora and Sallie Wilson were at their Monterey home sever? al days during the holidays, re? turning to Marlinton Saturday. Miss Lena Vance, o...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 6 January 1905

CUTIC'J . * SOAP. Th* World*! Greatest Skin Soap, thu Standard or Every Nation ? ! ihm Karl'i. Million* of the world's beat people tiM Cuticura Soap, assisted l>y Calicura Dint ment, tho purest and sweetest of emol? lient skin cures, foi preserving, purifying and beautifying the ikin, for cleansing the scalp of cuisis, scale* and dandruff, and the stopping of felting hair, for norteniuf. whitening and slothing red, rough and sore hands, for baby rashes, itching* and chafings, and many sanative, antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves to women, especially mothers, a* >vell as for all the purpose of Hie toilet, bath and nursery. China has a national biography, devoted entirely lo (rumen A Guaranteed Cur? For rile*. Itching, Blind, Weeding or Protruding Piles. Druggists will refund money if I'a zo Ointment fails to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c. Roumania has ordered from Krupp 300 field guns Plso's Cure for Consumption is an infalllblo medicine for coughs and colds.? N. ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 January 1905

vol. xxvi. MONTEREY. HIG ULAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 13. 1005. NO. 51 HIRTY PEOPLE HURT rident at the Metropolitan Opera House. MUSIC WAS DROWNED BY SHRIEKS. Panic In the Vast Audience Prevented by Presence of Mind of the Chorus and the Eames; Persuas o i of Heinrich Conrled ?Bridge Used in thc First Act of "Carmen" Collapses. a. New York (Special).?By the break? ing of a bridge over the stage in the Metropolitan Opera House, at Fortieth street and Broadway, during a perform? ance of "Carmen," nine persons who were beneath it were injured, a few of them seriously. Notwithstanding the fact that the accident occurred in full view of an audience that filled every teal in the vast auditorium, there was not the slight? est semblance of a panic, and after a few minutes' delay the performance was continued minus thc bridge and the in? jured people. Ambulances responded to hurry calls from the New York, Bellevue and Roosevelt ho-pital-; and the injured were taken to those institutions for tr...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 January 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav ereninabv H. B. WOOD, Entered at the Monterey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Jan 13, 1005 How Long? It is no wonder that public offici? als become hardened by criticism anil tired of ?uggestions, but the present situation reminds us again of the great inconvenience and de? lays occasioned by snow-diifts ou the turnpike west of u*. and the question of removing them?and doing it promptly? should be dis? cussed and considered by the au? thorities. When a traveler rinds a tree has fallen across the road, he makes it known, and directly it is removed. Those big drifts are no less an obstruction, and the task of removing them would be an arduous one in some instances, but the interruptions and delays to business affairs, the cruel hardship to horseflesh, the wrecking of vehicles and the liability of acci? dents are considerations that justi? fy serious reflections, and a so? lution of the que...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 January 1905

Highland Recorder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home I'nlks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Re lliec smal drift place resid law. of tl 800l lu sevei fuilu any Moe tow; one s 1101 disci thev bael even M has wag timi T S.I* on 1 liar 1 ful casi givi the and in 11 I Get Wa mo: ed t ma nun Mil pet frit Mr bul hoi '>e! a v Mr po] Mi? nt Th ?rn he Di th so ye co ti' Miss Lelia Dudley returned this Meek after spending sometime at her Augusta county home. Mr Lee Sui len berger came in on I j^'j the mail hack Tuesday evening, and is nt the homo of his father, Mr S. Sullen berger, Vanderpoel, Commonwealth's Attorney. ,1 M. Colaw, made a trip to Botetourt county last week, as the represen? tative of this county in the placing of the new bonds. Mrs Emma Patterson and family, so well-known in Highland, whose home has of late years been in Staunton, have moved to Char? lottesville. We give most of our space this week to correspondents, yet some letters are crowded out....

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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