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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 13 January 1905

ALWAYS CALL FOR A CIGAR BY ITS NAME "CREMO" MEANS MORE THAN ANY OTHER NAME BROW* BARDS GOOD FOR PRESBftTS "largest toller U tb* Warta." I' I Vessel a Wedding Present. A rich Jewish merchant of Smyrna presented his daughter with a ship as a wedding present, and railed the ves? sel Esther Estorogo, after the girl. The name is inscribed on the ship in Hebrew letters. A LOVELY COMPLEXION Sew York Lady Prove* That Every Wo? man May Have It by l' ?lnu Cuticura Soap. Mrs. R. Reichenberg, wife o' the well known jeweller of 146 Fulton St., New York, says: "I had a friend who was just? ly proud of her complexion. When asked what gave her such a brilliant and lovely complexion, she replied, 'A healthy woman can be sure of a fine skir if she will do as I do. use plenty of Cuticura Soap and water.' She insisted that I follow her example, which 1 did with speedy convic? tion. I find that Cuticura Soap keeps the skin soft, white, and clear, and prevents redness and roughness." Too Good for Him. Th...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 January 1905

/ RECORDER VOL. xxvi. TEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 20. 1905. NO. o-2. LIMITS OF WAR ZONE Broken By Cossacks Who Raided South of Liaoyang. THE! MAY FALL INTO A TRAP. Japanese Contend That China's Failure to F.nlorce Neutrality Releases Them From Obligation to Observe Restriction, Which Russia Ignores- Japan Determined to Pro* lett Merse'!. The extensive raiding operations ol Genera! Mistchenko's 20,000 Cossack- in thc rear A thc Japanese forces in Man? churia and the Cossacks' invasion of neutral Chinese territory appears to threaten a general violation of the agree tnent by both belligerents which will call for prompt action by the powers to prt> vent China being dragged into the con? test. Reports received in Tokio say that thc Cossacks have deliberately broken thc limits of thc uar /one. Japanese offi? cials, whiie regretting the extension of belligerent territory, declare thal steps must bc taken to stop the raiding ex? peditions. While thc Russian War Office will not ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 January 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued every Friday treninghy H. 13. WO 3D, ?OSSUM -a.it:j> pvat-isiisn. Entered at the Monteiey nostoflice at> second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, .lan 20 lilt)') Ti e C/.m i- Hie ow mr nf over n hundred estate*, nil nf which sup? ply liim with private revenue?, bul lie is also the possessor nf a hun? dred palaces and castli-s which have to bp maintained in imperial style at it great expense to the own? er. Tlie czar hus lnov servants than any one else in the world, for ;t veritable annv ol' over 80,0t?0 do? mestics?cook*, pages. butlers, grooms gardners and so forth?is employed on his hundred odd estatis. He possesses over forty residences wuich lie has never seen, a score of homes winch lie luis viewed externally but never inhab? ited fven for one niyht, and an? other score in each of which li* lins slept, on only one occasion. The ('/.ar's private stable contains over 50.000 hones belonging to lum. and the herds ol...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 January 1905

Highland Recorder _LOCAL NEWs7 PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. The taking of ice vhs resumed on Monday and tlie town is now pretty well supplied. Owing to the heavy roads and the severe'winter weather during the past ten days, trade has been dull. Now and then s farmer raine sliding into town and every? body wf.s glad to see him. Mr and Mis E W Armstrong, of Wier, were in town on Wednes? day. Mr Walter Newman, of Crabbot lom, was a visitor to the city Wed? nesday. Rev R L Eutsler, Paster of the Monterey circuit, has announced a protracted service at Monterey, to begin on Sunday morning. He will be assisted by Revs. Waggon? er, of Franklin, and Flaherty?the faithful old worker who is spend? ing the winter at Monterey. Mrs W A Sipe, of Staunton is making her daugthers of this place a yisit All parties indebted to me are respectfully invited to call and set? tle siime and oblige. l-13-3t C K Palmer Rev W S Trimble will preach on nex...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 20 January 1905

Propnecy That Came T-ue. When, In 1803, Richard TreYkhic* uttered the following words, there were many who considered him an In? sane, dangerous person: "The present general will usc canals, the next will preter railroads with horses, but their more enlightened successors will em? ploy steam carriages on railways as the perfection of the art of convey? ance." Ku arcading ti, Japan. Japan luis 4236 miles of railway, ol which 'JIU miles were constructed In inns. The number nf passengers car? nal on these railways in 11)03 was UO.iKKUKiO. Hie freight transported iras 16,122,071 metric tons and Hie cash receipts amounted to about *-l\. soo.OOO. B*w?r* or Ointment* For C?'4rrh Tims Co'itAln Mercury, it mafoary will taral* destroy the Mateo' ?mell aadaorapleteljr aonage the whole sys? tem whun aatarla? it through the raacoai mrfacos. Baehartleletshoald never he ase l ?xcept on prosorlpttoii*. frons reputable puy Mchins, a^ tho damage tht\v will do is ton fold io the good jroa ena poaalbly...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 January 1905

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVII. MON HERBY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JANUARY 27. 1905. NO. I NEWS IN SHORT ORDER. Hie Latest Happenings Condensed for Rapid Reading. Domestic, The court in Auburn, Mo., granted the petition of Charles F. Dunlap for the appointment of a guardian for his grand ton, who is now in the Holy Ghost anJ Us Colonly, at Shiloh. Former directors of the American Grass Twine Company paid back $650, ooo for which suit had been instituted on the ground that dividends hud been illegally declared. A foolish woman stan ea a pam*, ui the matinee "at the Manhattan Theater, in New York, which was checked by the presence of mind of the actors. Edward Madden, a New York clothing designer, fell down a Hight of stairs Sat? urday night and was found dead in bed Sunday morning. The Old Dominion Line steamer Oc racoke collided with a pleasure sloop near Elizabeth City, N. j. All on the sloop were saved. Four railroad tuen were killed, three fatally and several seriously injured in a c...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 January 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. tMned crew I'riflav evening bl KL. li. WC OD csitoi* Ji.no r*"""JSjx?x*ras*"""Jt.. Entcied at the Monterey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Jan 8*J 1MB j To Enrich Rural Life The following url ide whs sen! to u* liv n kind friend who > *nr<w ed the wish thal if might be read by every one in the county and state. It contains to much com? mon sense and so many valaable suggestions, that our renders will profit bv its reading, though some of it may not he strictly applicable lo Uighlattd. The question of education is no** the dominant one in Virginia, and the movement is getting such an impetus I hat. il is lu be hoped, everv trivial ohjectiou and opposi? tion will be swept awav before the onward inarch. Without atlemp i:i<* further comment, we simply nhl that the one lo whom we are indebted for the dipping is a schol nrlv. gentleman, u Highlander of whom wc ate all proud, and whose I ay all) to his un...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 January 1905

Highland Recobder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And AcQuaintanees. Mrs Wm Q Rodgers, of Meadow DiiK'. has been very ill foi a week or more, bul is improving, Mr J times Eagle, who. for two year, has resided nt Cass, was in Monterey on Monday. Mr C W Jmlv. one of the enter? prising merchants of the Hine Grass Valley was in town first of the week. Mr Tavlor Townsend was up Monday and spent tlie night in town. Embroideries and White Goods at right prices. Shreckhise & Bear. Mr. J C Herold, our faithful sub scriber of the Meadow Dale neigh? borhood paul our office a pleasant call Monday. SHOP Sale?I have 04 ewes, 4 bucks which I will sell privately for cash, or on nine months time. P. P. Patterson, Dunmore, w. Va., Mr. James ll Bradshaw, of Mc? Dowell, was in Monterey on Mon dav. Mr C. 8. PeteriOP, of McDowell, was here Tuesday oil business. Air ll ll Terry, of Jackson Uiver was seen on streets Tuesday. Von will soon need new carpets....

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 27 January 1905

LETTER MAIL THIEVES FEAR. Business Man Sends Money Sn NovH Yet Safe Fashion. "I send money by mall every week to my mother In Ohio," said the busi? ness man, according to the New York World. "I don't send it by money or? der or by check, or even by registered post. I just put my bills in an envel? ope along wiih my letter and send the whole thing by regular mail." "But," urged the saue friend, "you take big risks of having your letter opened somewhere between New York and Ohio and the money | pinched." "On the contrary, I talfe no risk at I all." "But hardly a week passes that I don't read of letters being opened by dishonest mail clerks somewhere In the United States and cash stolen." "Not letters sent the way I send mine. I put the money in the letter, Then I write in the low*?r left-hand corner in red Ink: " 'This envelope contains $20 in two $10 bills numbered-and-.' "Not a mail c'erk on earth dares to open that envelope. They all take it for a 'trap' and the letter and monej ar...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 February 1905

RECORDER VOL. XXVI l. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 3, 1005. no. a. i nnnnntr TfiliCT TI ACCC ANARCHY JM_ WARSAW Wholesale Pillage Bj Strikers in Polish Capital. . WHOLE CITY PLUNGED IN DARKNESS. The Grand Duke, Whom the Libersls Cal Russia's Evil Genius, Responsible for Growing Internal Troubles in the Empire ?More Russian Writers, Including sn Aged Authoress Thrown Into Prison. Warsaw, Russia (By Cable).?The strike disorders are becoming more seri? ous. The ordinary life of the city is sus? pended. Saturday the strikers stopped Che street-railway service, but remained otherwise orderly. Sunday, however, they began wholesale pillage. A ma? jority of the shops in Marshal Kovski street and the state vodka shops were looted. All the factories, shops, schools and theaters arc closed, and the street lamps are extinguished. There have been sev? eral collisions between thc police and strikers, and many arrests have been made. Peace-abiding inhabitants are terror stricken. Compl...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 February 1905

Highland Recorder*. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issue4. e*/erv Friday ermina b*/ H. B. WOOX>, Knteted at the Montetcy postoffice ai? second class matter. Monterey, Va.. Friday, Feb 3, 100a Lime-Sulphur Wash for the San Jose Scale Our ex jeriments willi caustic uraladuring the past year indicate I hat it is almost useless against th* Fai .lose scale. Used uta strength nf 1*\ pounds tn one gallon of wa? ter, it proved ineffective against this pest, while it injured young apple trees seriously. It was also found that none of the patent washes known to ns could compete favorably with the cooked lime flitlphur wash in cot and efficiency. Fer formula and method of prepa? ration and application of the lime sn I pl: ur wasli. see bulletin 141 ol the Virginia Experiment Station. Recent quotations from whole sale druggists indicate that sulphui can be obtained in barrel lots at 2\ to 3 cents per pound, and as lim< is cheap, this wash can be prepar ed at reasonable cost. Grower. shou...

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

Highland Recokdek LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Rrief Items of Interest to Home ^olks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Quoth the ground-hog, "Six weeks more.1' Mr and Mrs Ben Hiner, of the River, were in town Wednesday, * Mr R U Campbell this week took ? faithful old work-horse to Staun? ton to have his grinders sharpened. Start the new year right, and buv vour dry goods of Shreckhise k ii-'ar. I will (D V) preach next Sun? day, Feb. 5, at Rehoboth at Ha. m , and at Green Hill at 3 p. ni. KL Eutsler For Salk?A nice young cow? giving milk. Must be sold at once. Apply at this office. Mr. J. A. Jones missed several days from his Monterey office this week on account of snow drifts and sick? ness. Farm for Sale?I offer for 9ale my farm of 400 acres, situated in the valley of Burnsville, 14m north of Warm Springs. This farm con tains one of the finest sheep and cat? tle ranges in the county. For fur? ther information applv to W. B. Burns Williamburg, Va., Rev. W. S. Trimble will preach Sunda...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 February 1905

COMMODORE NICHOLSON RECOMMENDS PE RU-NA. i COMMODORE Somerville Nicholson, of the United States Navv, in a letter from 1837 R Street, Northwest, Washing ton. D. C., says: "Four Peruna has been and is nou used by so many of my friends and acquaintances as a sine cure for catarrh thal I am convinced of it* curative qualities and 1 unhesitat? ingly recommend lt to all persons suffering from that complaint." Our army and our navy are the natural protection of our country. Peruna is the natural protection of the army and navy ia the vicissitudes of cli? mate and exposure. We have on tile thousands of testimon? ials from prominent people in the army and navy. We can give our readers only a slight Siinipse of the vast array of unsolicited en orsemeuts l>r. Hartman is constantly re? ceiving for his widely known and efficient remedy, Peruna. If you do not derive prompt and saris factory results from the use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. S. B. Hartman, Pres? ident of The Hartman Sanitari...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 February 1905

RECORDER VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY LO. 1005. NO. ii. STRANGE TRAIN WRECK The Locomotive on Other Track Blew Up. ENGINEER AND FIREMAN KILLED. All the Passengers Injured Were on the East? bound Train -Cars Blown From the Track?Among Those Who Were Injured Wat Justice Hooker, of the Supreme Court ot New York. Utica, N. V. (Special).?Two train? men lost their lives and a score or more of passengers were injured in a wreck on the New York Central Railroad at YVhite-boro, three mile- west of here. None of the injured was dangerously hurt, their wounds being mainly cuts and bruises. The dead are John Allen, engineer, and John Brennen, fireman, of the loco? motive on thc Western express. As this train was passing the Buffalo special eastbound tlie boiler of the loco? motive of the westbound, train exploded. The force of the explosion and thc up hcavd of the engine threw the entire train of 13 cars composing the "special" from the rails as if it had been a string o...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 February 1905

Highland Recorder, Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued CYerv Friday eYcnin? I)? H. B. WO OD. eaj-ro-s a**t*b pvbhsker. Entered at the Monterey postoffice ae second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Feb 10, 1906 In view of the fact that the rural schools ot' Highland will soon be brought to n close, just at the time when the pupils have recover? ed from the holiday ??aftermath" anti are beginning to make sub? stantial progress in their studies, we would call attention to the opportunities offered hy the High school of this town. To take a pupil from his studies after the short five-month term to deprive him of his opportunities righi here in mid-winter and turn him loose until the beginning of the next short session, late ill thei au tum is an unpardonable blunder' on the part of every parent that han the future welfare of his child j at heart. One continuous session ; of nine months is of greater value t> n pupil than three, sit ort. inter rot ted t'Tins of (ive mont ls pat...

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 February 1905

Highland Recorder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Ariel Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr John 0 Armstrong of Doo Hill was in town on Monday. Mr Let* Hiner is getting out logs for a sow-will Bet on his place above town. Messers Samuel Hevener and T ll Beverage, who wert housed up so long on account of sickness, have recovered and are now going aboul Mr 0 E Swart/., an Attorney from Clarksburg, VY. Va. was registered at the Monterey early in the week. Mr ll A Jordon, formerly of this county but now a resident of Pocahontas, was over this week. Mr Janies 0 Wade of Mill Gap. who has been with Hevener and Dudley at Bartow for some time, is hark to Highland again, and was in the village Tuesday. Start the new year right, and hov your dry goods of Shreckhise k B*-ar. Mr Ezra Beverage, of Doo Hill was here Monday attending a meeting of the Mutual Telephone Co. Mr George A Wilfong. an ener? getic business man of McDowell waa in town Holiday and renewed bis subsc...

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 February 1905

Wti4-iii^tj.tA4-itj.fj.tj.tj.tj.t_^-Ltj.t_txtx-fi.4-tfA WHAT'S THE USE OF SAYING "GIVE ME A 5-CENT CIGAR/' WHEN BY ASKING FOR A : ? 1 u CREMO" YOU GET THE BEST 5-CENT CIGAR IN AMERICA wTh? World's largest Seller" i^HH^H^H**>H4HH^''^H**^*V^^ lu Choate. When Ambassador Choate was lead K of tho New York bar many a fledge? ling lawyer had a fling at him. There fvas scarcely an attorney who was not ?fraid of him In open court, but else? where an occasional display of cour ige and impudence would be made. One day in the Lawyers' club a bud ling pundit, now a highly successful practitioner, observing Mr. Choate at i neighboring table, asked in a voice meant for others to hear: "Ah, counsellor, why was your 'uncheon so rudimentary?" "Perhaps you can explain," said the legal light, dryly. "Because lt's In Choate," was the reply. "Your play upon my name." return? ed Chcate, drawing out the words with keen emphasis, "painfully exposes the profoundness of your ignorance. The uncheon, slr may...

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 February 1905

I HIGHLAND i RECORDER VOL. XXVI I. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. FEBRUARY 17. 1905. NO. L lAPS AND BALTIC FLEET tamanwa'* Battleship iqaadm is Aft r Rojest^ easky's Fugitive Ships. IN TOUCH IN THE INDIAN OCEAN? r?ky? Heirs Tbst the Jspsoese Hive Found the stanks* st Last?Another Big Bsttle Soon to Re-Jn kuropatkin Must Soon Maka Ab Attack or Retreat to tb; Northward ?Jtpi Ott Nf*v Wsrsblp. Tokyo (Hy Cable).?Important news lias been received at tho admiralty offices. ts nature has not been made public. !*d there has been considerable specu? lation concerning it. lt is not believed there has been any collision between the Japanese and Russian fleets in the In? dian Ocean, but it is believed that thc Japanese squadron of observation has come in touch -with thc Russians, and that an attack uti Rojcstvensky is likely to bc made as soon as thc battleship squadron under "admiral Kamara joins the advanced section ol the Japanese: fleet. Whether thc Japanese have ad? vanced to the westward...

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 February 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Friday eTcningbf H. B. WO OD, SOtToa A.1T2D aaSHSaai ??**JI?ffl^ Entered at the Monterey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Feb 17, 1?05 Panicky Periods Panics and panicky times are not confined to Wall Street nor to monetary circles. They como to every community, are peculiar to every phase of life, whether busi? ness, social or religious We may not be accustomed to designating such seasons by the term employed here, but we are all familiar with such conditions. In Highland we have these panicky periods at just such a time as this, in fact, tliis "spell" might be regarded as a "relapse," for we had scarcely ralli? ed from the attack of last winter. We repeat, these panicky seasons come to us in religious and social life, and everv thoughtful person mav readily find tlie cause and the cure. Why not in secular, or every? day affairs? In our own immediate county we might do well to think over the fo...

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 February 1905

Dogs are slaughtered for culinary pur? poses .u Munich. Itch cured m 30 minutes bj "Woolford*, Sanitary-Lotion. Neverfail*. Sold by f? druggists, ll. Mail orders promptly filled bj Dr. L. Detchon. Crawfordsvilte, Ind. Thc ncc paper tree ii ono of thc mo-l interesting of thc Bora oi China. NO SLEEP FOR MOTHER Bnfcf Covered With Sored and Scales? Could Not Tell WluU -ihe Looked Like? Marvclou* CfHrj l.y < utlcura. "At foin mouths old my libby's face and body were so covered With sore* and lar^e Male* yon could B0| td! what she looked ? ' . ?No chl!tl ?? ,,a(1 a wons case. Her face was being eatea away, and e\en her ringer nails fell off. It itched so she '?ould not sleep, and for many weary nights we could get no re.<t. At la?t we got Cu? ticura Soap aud Ointment. The sores be? gan to heal at once, and she could sleep at night, and in one month sh? had not one *ure on her face or bodv. ?Mrs. Mary fc'a&dsn, TOD Sprint !?t., Camden, X. J." Almost Too Generous. "Our llopfful's"...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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