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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 February 1905

Highland Recorder local news. PERSONAL Brier Items of Interest to Home Vol ks About Their Friends Am! Acquaintances. Mr. J. Lee Hiner thia morning' received a telephone menage ?*n UOUiivMllg the serious illness of his aged mother, Mrs. Margaret Hiner. near Doe Hill. A report was circulated, a few days ago, that Mr. Janies Ryder temporarily located at Durbin, was verv sick and had gone to I hospit? al, but we have been unable to get any confirmation of the report The friends of Mr. W. H. Ma? theny and family will regret to leam that little Robert, the second son, is in very bud health, and un der the care of a physician. Order Colton's Invisible Lacing Corset of Shreckhise & Hear. We have been unable to learn any reliable details of an encounter, said to have occurred last, -week, near Huttonsville, between Mr Vir? gil Hid? and another party, in which the latter received some se? rious knife-wounds. In lier struggle to hold her posi? tion along with other cold places, Highland ha...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 February 1905

HIGHLAND RECORDER MONTEREY. II IO ULAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 24. 1905. NO. 5, AN ANGRY MAFS REVENGE A Tragic Act Among the Audience in Playhouse. STABBED EIS WIFE IN THEATER. Tba Husband. Who la Employed as a Stage? hand io tba Lebanon Academy, Seeing Hia Wita li the Audience. Reaches H , Side Through a Private Door aad Stabs Her la the Breast Lebanon, Pa. (Special).?Mrs. Lottie Trostlc, thc three-month bride of Geo. Trostlc, a stage hand at the Academy ol MUSIC, this city, is lying in a critical condition at thc Good Samaritan Hos? pital as tlie result of an attempt upon 5ier life by her husband in the play? house, and her husband is in jail charged with the crime. She is but 17 years old. As a result of the domestic infelicity of thc young couple, the wife's parent-- took her home several weeks uro, further embittering the husband against her. lt is alleged that lu- met hi- wife 011 thc street o;i Friday night, sud, after threatening dire things, used lier roughly and fractured h...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 February 1905

Highland Recorder, Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. ltM<4 ererv Friday ttfnincbv H. B. WO OX), JEateied at the Monte.ey poatoffloa af second class maller. Monterey, Va., Fiiday, Feb 24, lf.Oo Mr. Filzhugh Interviewed Considerable interest hus linen ex? pressed as to the preference of Mr St. Geo U Pitshugh, Hie promineul lawyer nf lins (itv. for the United Stales Senutorship to be decided tin's year. A few du vs ago a represent ut iv* ol' Thc Free Lance cal lcd on Mr. Pit sh ugh ami requested hi* views on this subject tor publication. Ile unhesitatingly expressed himself. arni the interview will be found he low. Mr. Pitshtigli is one nf the ab? lest lawyers in Virginia, Ile is thor? ough!? independent in his views, ami Ins high standing ami great reputation give weight to Anything he may Bay, especially on political matters at this tune, as it is known that Mr. Filzhugh has no selfish motive in any opinion he may give expression to, and only speaks for the public good as he sees it...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 February 1905

>KDEtt J^AJsKEpT. PERSONAL ftiief Items of Interest to Home ??**? About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Ben I liner, 0f the firm of Hiner Bros., McDowell, vas in town Tuesday. Rev W 8 Triable wj.| preach Sunday at Hightown ll a. m., aud New Hampden 7 p. m. Messrs Uriah Bird, ol Marlinton, Mid T. E. Shielinburg, of Elkins, were registered at the Monterey Tuesday night. Mr It F Gillett spent last Sun? day at the home of his father and sister, near the Bath-lligniand line, Bullpasture river Mrs. G. J. Hiner is visiting her son. Mr. Dave Hiner, at Durbin. BSTThink a moment ! Have you paid that little wood apportion? ment? If not hand it to some member of the School Board very soon. Highland's colored population is still decreasing. Summerf'ld Brown has moved his family across the Alleghany. Mr. David Mauzy was trading in town Wednesday. Lon Taylor, well-known here and at Franklin, having resided at both places, is now violently insane and conflned in the West Virginia asylum. Ord...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 February 1905

HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS Congressman Meekison Gives Praise to Pe-ru-na For His Recovery. vWM,uta*?a.\?t?aUa?tt.H%a?%M*A CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON PBAISIS PE-RU-NA. Hon. David ifeekicon, Napoleon, Ohio, ez-meaibct of Congress, Fifty-fifth Dis? trict, writer: J "I have used several b-.ittles of P<>runa aud 1 feel greatly benefited > ( thereby from my catarrh nf the ken I. I fe "I encouraged to believe that ( ? if J use it a sharl time longer I uill le fully a bl* lo eradicate thc ; l disiase of thirty yea rs' stand ing."?David Wnkison. ? ANOTHFR SENSATIONAL CURE: Mr. JacobL. Davis.. Galena, Stone County. Ito., writes: "I have been in bad health for thirty seven year?, anil after taking twelve bottlea 01' your Peruna t .'tm eared."?Jacob L. Davis. If yon do not derive prompt and aatiafactory result* from the use. of Peruna, write at on-e to Dr. Hartman, living a full statement of your case, and he will bo pleased to give you ins valuable advice gratia. Address Dr. Hartman. Presiden...

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 March 1905

VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA. MARCH 8. 1005. NO. 0. ROJESTVENSKY IS BLAMED "Opening of Fire Not Justified" Says Commission. WAS RIGHT IN BEING CAUTIOUS. No Torpedo Boats lo Ibe Vicinity of the Hui Fi shin; Fleet When Rojestvcnsky's Warships Opened Fire Ipon the Trawlers?All he Concisions From the British Presentation ol Facts Are Sustained. Pwii (By Cable).?Tin- North Sea inquiry commission, Which has been taking evidence to place the responsibil? ity for thc firing on English fishing boats off Dogger Bank, at its final ses? sion Saturday announced that thc evi? dence adduced showed that Admiral Ro jestvensky's act in tiring on the fishing boats when there were no torpedo boats present was unjustifiable. This opinion was signed by a major? ity of the commissioners, the only dis? senting voice being that of Admiral Dottblssof, the Russian member of the commission, lie held that the action; of thc unknown vessels wu- responsible for what happened. Thc commission convened ...

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 March 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, #1.00 a Year in Advance. iMtird ercrv Friday ermine br J*. B. WO OD, Entered at the Monterey postoftice a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, March :'., lOOo A Friendly Indictment Dear Recorder: I nott* with approval Hie protest of "Fair Play." and also your edi? torial remarks. I um Dot surprised that "Fair Piny'1 should feel ii little j j irritation when lie reads exaggerat? ed Recounts of snowdrifts in High? land. But may there lint be -the need of a stirring at home? As a reader of the Recorder,and a High lander who loves his own land, 1 have often wished that the good people who have Hie privilege ol' living in such ti beautiful and pros? perous country would hold upai toidi that others might ste you as von tire. I bars looked over with a learn? ers eye the last issue of the Record er to see what, if I were a stranger, I could learn of the ''much alive, and up-to-date" business men of the county. I learned that there is a "'barber shop/1 a "li...

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 March 1905

Highland Recorder LOCALNEWS. PERSONAL ftrief Items of Interest to Hom Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr William Collins, who lift been sj patient at tlie Staunton hos pital for some time, returned t his Alleghany home oa Wed ties day. We call attention to the auctioi sale, of personal property at Greei Bank March 30th, as advertised ii another col om i). Captain C, 13 Swecker, ot' Dunmore, is the auc tioneer. One thousand rolls of carpet matting and linoliums sold daring the last year. Low prices did it. Shreckhise & Hear Messrs Gerald Ralston, Grand ville Armstrong and Robert Botkii of the eastern side braved Monday1! snow storm and came to town. Mr Frank Gardner a forme! resident of Jacksons River, nov living near Elkins, came in on tb! Barlow line Tuesday evening. Dr 0 J Campbell will be ir Crabbottom March 13th, to remain six dava. Order Colton's Invisible Lacing Corset of Shreck hise & Hear. i Mrs VV S Trimble who has beei ill for the last three months, ha...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 3 March 1905

COULDN'T LIFT TEN POUNDS. Doan'a Kidney rilli Bronght Strength lind Health to the Sufferer, Makins Him Feel Tweuty-FIre \>!ir? Tonnjei J B. Cortou, farmer and lum? berman, of I)op pe, N. C., wyt: "I suffered for ' years with my hack. It wai M had that I could notwalkany dis? tance nor even ride in easy bug gies. I do not be? lieve I could j. b. cobton. have raised ten pounds of weight from tho ground, the pain was so severe. This was my con? dition when 1 began using Dean's Kid? ney Pills. They quickly relieved mc, and now I am never troubled as I was. My back is strong and I can walk or ride a long distance and feel just as strong as I did twenty-five years ago. I think so much of Donn's Kidney Pills that I have given a supply of the remedy to some of my neighbors, and they have also found good results. It you can sift anything from this ramb? ling note that will be of any terrica to you. or to any one suffering from kid? ney trouble you are at liberty to do so." A TRIAL FREE-Af...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 March 1905

RIGHI J VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY . HIGHLAND COtTNTY, VA.. MARCH 17. 1905. NO. 8. TRIUMPH OF JAPANESE ARMS Mukden and Fushun Taken, and Kuropatkin Crushed Czar to Send Out New Army-Resignation of Gen. Kuropatkin Will Be Accepted. Russia will not give up thc fight. Not? withstanding thc peace talk in St. Pet? ersburg and Paris, the Czar has decided to raise a new anny, reorganise the forces in Manchuria and order the sec? ond Russian Pacific fleet to sail for the Far East. It is admitted at the Russian capital that if will be difficult to mobil? ize another army, and some officials be? lieve it impossible. Russian officials say that only in the event of Japan tendering "moderate" terms and recognizing Russia's power in the Far East can peace bc easily ar? ranged. The Czar and his counselors figure on Japan being unable to stand the financial strain. General Kuropatkin has assumed all responsibility for his defeat. His excuse is that he miscalculated thc Japanese strength. Thc Czar will ac...

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 March 1905

Highland Recorder. Term9, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav evening by H. B- WO CT> SS:T0H Ja.XTTO T*-W3B3X_I?SISE:Ta. Entered at the Monteiey postoffice ap second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, March 1 7,1005 The War The forces of the two beligerent nationsof the East have been doing so many things lately that the country editor, with his limited space, is staggered at any attempt to give a report. In fact, it is diffi? cult to furnish even asumnuirv, so multifarious are the telegrams anti so rapidly is history being m ide Under st.ch cirenmstanc r it is a relief to shift the responsibility up? on our enterprising ''outside1' peo? ple, and they do the work well.too, as many of our readers would testi fy. Later reports than could be fur? nished in our outside columns are to the effect that, at a war council, called by the Czar for Wednesday, the peace terms proposed by Japan were tu be considered. There are multiplied movements to indicate that the war may be nea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 March 1905

Highland Recorder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Joe Hull, one the the pros pennis farmers of the Ul ne Gras.' Valley was in Monterey Wednes day. Rev Brill will preach his last time for this conference year al Mi Zion (Crabbottom) March 19,11 a. m. Forks of Water 3pm same day. Messrs ll. B. Slaven and Fain Trimble, two of our Highland boys now citizens of Marlinton, cami in Tuesday evening for a visit, botl having many relations and friend: here-about. Mr. John Vance, of theBullpas tare, brought a load of flour t< Monterey Wednesday. We carpet Churches, Hotels, am Offices. All carpets matched am made without extra charge. Shreckhise & Bear. Mr William E Thomas and Mia Lena McCray, both of easteri Highland, were quietly married, 01 Wednesday, at the Presbyterial manse. Monterey, Kev W S Trim bb officiating. Mr Richard Ralston, who wil have charge of the Monteray-Har tow mai! route after July 1, was ii town T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 March 1905

This Pretty Girl Saved From Catarrh of the Lungs by Pe?ru?na. MISS FLORENCE KENAH. Miss Florence E. Kenah, 434 Maria str "A few months ago I ea unlit a sev dud remained there to persistently ? cine without benefit, until my dlge>t and badi be.,an to ache severely and "I ua.i advised to try Peruni, an tick that I ivjs ready lo try anythti once, and 1 felt thal 1 had the right u I teas completely restored and have t "I now have the greatest faith tn The cold wind and rain, slush and mud of win? ter are especially Women Sh uld Bow.rj of Contracting Cat:rrh. conducive to catarrhal derangements. Few wanien escape. Upon the first symptoms ot catching cold Peruna should be taken. It fortifies the system against colds and catarrh. Pe-ru-na for Colds and Catarrh. The following interesting letter gives one young woman's experience with Peruna: Miss Rose (Jerbing, a popular society woman of Crown Point, Ind., writes: "Recently I took a long drive in the country, and being too thinly clad I ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 March 1905

VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., MARCH 24. 1905, NO. 9. JAPANESE JET KAIYUAN Russians Set Fire to Railroad Statioi Before Leaving Town. HOT PURSUIT NORTH GOES ON Japs Now Occupy Fakum in?According t< Reports From Their Army In the Field the Russians Probably Will Continue Thei Retreat to Harbin, Offering No Formidab! Resistance Before Reaching That Place. Tokio (By Cable).?Headquarters o Japanese annies in the field, rcportin; under Sunday's date, says: "Our detachment, continuing its ad vance north, pursued thc enemy to Kai yuan, some 22 miles north of Tai pas; Kaiyuan was evacuated by the enemy o Saturday, after he had set fire to th railroad station." Japs Still Bombard. St. Petersburg (By Cab*).?Com mander-in-Chief Linevitch, in a tclegrai dated Saturday, says: "On March 17 Japanese batteries bom barded our divisions in thc valleys c Tavanpun and Yanpu. The enemy af neared near Kaotiatse, on the railroai about 22 miles north of Tie pa IS, an their cavalry has occup...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 March 1905

Highland Recorded Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued everv Fridav evening by KC. B. WOOD, BSITOH -A.2T70 **V?I-ISKra. Entered at the Monterey postoffice a: second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, March 24, IOC An Appeal To the People of Vu: 1 am an old man, liaveweak eyes gouty fingers, no amanuensis, an see nobody who is well ill forme about educational matters, bu judging by the little I have see and beard I must regard the open lions of the Co-operative Educi tion Commission of Virginia it highly patriotic and beneficial. The fact that it isui purely vo Hillary organizatioirjfciMiout athol ity and without public moimi sJio:ild commend it all the more t the friends of education, and pei haps especially to school officer who are required by law to do e> actly the sort of work the Commit sion is aiming to do. It will be great thing to break the apathy c the public and the official mind, i nothing more is done. Every illiberal thought shoal be laid aside in view of the obj...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 March 1905

Highland Recorder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr. V. F. Harouff, formerly of Back Cr^ek, now a resident of Bath county, is now in Highland. Rev W S Trimble will preach on) y Sunday 20th at Hightown ll a. m. Kuropatkin has been relieved of his duties and started for home. His successor is Linevitch, Li-ne yitch or Lin-e-vitch. Vitch? Some very dangerous places are reported in the roads leading to Strait Creek and Forks of Water, the former being virtually impas? sible. One thousand rolls of carpet, matting and linoliums sold during the last year. Low prices did it. Shreckhise & Bear. Messrs Newton Eades, ot Monroe county, and Will Dagler, of Dur? bin, spent Sunday and Mon day here, guests of friends. This being about the close of the buckwheat-cake season in High? land, there are plenty of good house-wives who could have fur? nished Kuropatkin some practical ideas about that ''turning move? ment." Mrs M. L Ogil...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 March 1905

PE-RU-NA CONQUERS CATARRH THE WORLD OVER. ALL over (lie world Peruna is known and used for catarrhal diseases. The Peruna traveled 'round th'* globe. lier face ii familiar everywhere that civ i liza I ion reaches. Unii ers illy I'ruiscd. From Africa to Greenland, from Man? churia to Patagonia, Ihe lace of the Peruna tiri is familiar and the praise* of Peruna ai a catarrh remedy are heard. Successful in North anti South. Pernna dossed the Equator several years ago, to iiml in thc Southern Hemisphere the Barite triumphant success that has marked its career in thc Northern Hemis? phere. .t Standard. Peruna ia a standard catarrh remedy the world over. lt cures catarrh by eradicating it from ;iie system. I'crmancnt Cure. lt ohviatea the necessity of all local treat? ment and its relief is of permanent char? acter. Without a Veer. No other remedy lias so completely dom? inated the whole earth aa Peruna. In Ere ry Tongue. In all languages its glowing testimonials are written. In all climes...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 March 1905

.--..-?_ .. HIGHLAND VOL. XXVII MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. MARCH 8J. 1005. NO. IO. BOMBfHKOWERS ARE BUSY Chief of Police and 5ix Polcemen Are Wounded in Warsaw. FORMER WAS HATED BY PEOPLE. One Tomb Hurled Into a PjIc S allon, Where the Men Were Assembling For Duly?The Thrower Wtuided and Captur.d?Another Bomb Thrown into the Carriage of [Silken, the Chief, Serious y Wounding Him. Baron von Nolken, thc hated chief of police of Warsaw, has been seriously wounded by a bomb hurled at his car? riage, in which he was hurrying to a police station into which another bomb had been thrown, wounding six police? men. While the terrorists arc resorting to bloodshed and daily becoming bolder in their attacks, the commercial classes in the large Russian cities are declaring in favor of the liberal demands for the ces? sation of the war and for a constitution. Thc peasant movements also continue to spread. Thus, all the, industrial classes, including even thc millionaires, arc working to the s...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 March 1905

Highland Reoordei Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav evening by H. B. WO OI>, ISITOa aaVSfS 3E?TJ"aStX-ie2X'SS%. Entered at the Monterey postoffice a second class matter. Montorvv, Va.. Friday. March 31, 19( Tho South Brand ReY.ew?iii n ferring lo tho tatt al Fal William his arrest, trial and release, speak of a "strong feeling" against Iii prisoner up here. W? presume th editor had reference ko tit** interei in tho ease tnt) not a feel!liff ( prejudice, because there wa?? DOW to our knowledge. Until tho tes timon)* appeared, setting fortli good alibi, the presumption wi that Williams was the guilty ma ?thc idea of a double forger? nc being entertained-bur. when til accused produced evidence of li innocence, our people, with one a< cord, shared his satisfaction. The Review is in error as to Ifl Winier1! testimony. Ile failed I identify Williams with any degrc of possitiveness, a fact whir strengthened bis plea of innocent It is always unfortunate to gt the wro...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 March 1905

Highland Recokdek LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Hou. S. VV. Sterritt. of Crabbot? tom, was io the village on Tuesday ^ The Mutual people of Strait Creek are ready to put up wire, next week. Mr. J . L. Shumate, of the New Salem neighborhood, was iu town Wednesday. Also Messrs. Andrew and Arch Revercomb, of Bullpas? ture. Robert W Burke, president of the National Valley Bank, Staun? ton, died of pneumonia on Thurs? day morning. Mr L H Stephenson left early this (Thursday) morning for Staunton. One thousand rolls of carpet, matting and linoliums sold during the last year. Low prices did it. Shreckhise & Bear. Mr Roscoe Stephenson, of W. L., is at his Meadow Dale home on a short vacation, accompanied by his friend, Mr Jones, of Georgia. Get your Onion Sets at C. W. Trimble's store. Mr Sam Siple, of Russel, Ky.' spent Wednesday night with his cousin, Mrs. Maud Slaven. We carpet Churches, Hotels, and Offices. All carp...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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