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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
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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...

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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 unfortuna...

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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. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 31 March 1905

FITS r^rmanopily cured. Nofltsor nervous? ness after first dav's use of Dr. Kline's Great NerveBestorer,*2trialbottle'and treatise free Dr. B. H. Kline. Ltd.,931 Arch St..Phila., Pa. Compulsory cleanliness prevails ia tho ?chools of Copenhagen. A Gnaranteeil Cure For Pile*. Ttehlnar, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Pllop. Dlfmllto will refund money if ftMO Ointment fails to cure in C to U days. 50c. Durable brick, formed ot chipped granite and clay, is a recent Scottish invention. EarlieM Green Onion*. The John A. Salzer Seed Co., T.p. Crosse, Wi3., always have something new, some? thing valuable. This year they offer among their new money making vege? tables, an Earliest Green Eating Onion, lt is a winner, Mr. Funner aud Gardener! JUST SESI) THIS NOTICE AND 160. and they will send vou their big plant and seed catalog, together with enough seed to grow 1,000 fine, solid Cabbages, 2,000 rich, juicy Turnips, 2,000 blanching, nutty Celery, 2,000 rich, bulterv Lettuce, 1,000 splendid Onio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 April 1905

RECORDER VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA? APRIL 7. 1905. NO. ll. LOM TOUR OF PRESIDED Leafes White House for a Vacation o Two Mootbs. EVEKYTHING IS iN GOOD SRAP1 Will Make Speeches in Sherman, Dallas an Other Point* In Tcxns-Renoloo ol Roan Riders In San Anlon'a?Hunt la Colorad for Mountein L'orts, Bears aad Lynx?Ri turn to Wnshi'afoo May 30. Washington. !) C (Special).?Afte Monday mornint? tlie While House wi br (|tiict for prolnbly two rnontlis. Dui inf? (hat period ihe affairs nf state r< quiring ihe rtttcnlion of the Presider will receive his consideration wherevc he mav hf on his journey through tri Southwest. The length of his stay wi depend upon the ouldie husiness. At til present time everything is in good shan1 and it is not believed the President wi have to hurry back to the capital. The following statement concernin the itinerary ol the President was give out at the While House Sunday ever ing: "The President will leave Washingto Monday, April 3, at 9...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 April 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav evening bv n. b. woor>, Entered at the Monteiey postoffice ap second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, April 7, 1003 From lilue tilts! Valley April 3d, 1905. Our oldest people do not recall ever hating seen an beautiful and warm a March. There were many channing and no cold, disagreeable days al usual. Nothing will please us more than a continuance of the balmy May days after W long and severe winter. Bro. H A Murrill bas returned from Conference, and is busy pack? ing his goods and chattels prepara? tory, to leaving for his new fie.d of labor. We hate to see them leave, but Mt-cre the good people of War densville that our loss is their gain. They will find Bro. Murrill and his charming wife, kind, sweet- and pleasant.?ready to make any rea? sonable sacrifice for the Master's cause. Bros. Brill and Brumbaugh are both returned to their respective charges and we give them a cordial welcome. Bro. S. Gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 April 1905

Highland Recorder _LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL ftrief Items of Interest to Home ^olks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mrs. M. E. Finley, wife of Dr.G W. Finley, pastor of Tinkling Springs church, died last week. Gen. Thos. L. Rosser, a well, known ex-Confederate, and lately unpointed postmaster atCharlott.se vill**, was partialy paralyzed a few days ago. Mr. W. P. Brand, of Agusta conntv, employed by tie Monterey Milling Co., arrived Monday eve? ning, and is now in charge. The mill will be in operation by Friday evening. Miss Jennie Smith, of Franklin, spent last Saturday with lier sister, Mi>s Lona, at the central telephone station. Mr. lt. M. Trimble has accepted a position with the Pocahontas Lumber Co.. and will be located at Humer. He left for that place on Tuesday morning. We carpet Churches, Hotels, and Offices. All carpets mulched and made without extra charge. Shreckhise & Bear. Hey W S Trimble will preach next Sunday, 9th, at New Hump-1 den at ll a. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 April 1905

HOW TWO BEAUTIFyrWOMENlSCAPl PELVIC CATARRH BY AID OF PE-RO-NA. Female Weakness ls Usually Pelvic Catarrh. Pe ru-na Cures Catarrh Wherever Located. Mrs. Lizzie Redding, 3134 B Clifton Place, St. Louis, J Mo., writes: "I found after trying many diffmnt medicines to restore me to health, that Peruna waa the only thing which could be depended upon. I be? gan taking it when I wai in a decline, induced by female we.ikness and overwrought nerves. "I began to feel stronger during the first week I took Feruua and my health improved daily until now I an in perfect health and enjoy life as I nev? er did be fore. "--Lizzie Redding. Mis. Mable Bradford, 13 Church street, Bur? lington, Vt., Secretary Whittier Oratorio Soci? ety, writes: "Peruna is certainly a wonderful medicine for the ills of women. I have heard it spoken of in the highest praise by many, and certainly my experience is well worthy of agoDd word. "I hagan to have severe pains across my back about a year ago, brought on by a j co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 April 1905

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL ]4. 1905. NO. 12. BIjNDREDS killed or hurt Collapse of New Water Reservoir at Madrid. TBE PEOPLE_ARE ENRAGED. toglneers tod Ceniraclors Held Resoasible -Women Parade Streets Carrying Black Ha|t- Serious Disorders Feared. Particu :ar!y ll Aatborities Try to Prevent Funeral Processions. Madrid (By Cable).?.Four hundred persons were killed or injured by thc col? lapse of a new water rcsorvoir in Cow vi of construction. Fifty bodies have al? ready been recovered. The Prince of the Asturias, the War Minister, the Gov* ernor of Madrid and a representative of the King has gone to thc spot to super intend the work of rescue. Troops sent to the scene are engaged in helping the sufferers and recovering the bodies of thc dead. King Alfonso was shooting at Cara banchel when he heard of the disaster, and immediately repaired to the scene. His arrival was the signal for ovations from the crowds. The King was deeply moved, and ins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 April 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav t vening bv H. B. WOOD, JB*3ITOTe A.5T3D FtTBI-ISKEa. E K au w< th | IK re Entered at the Monterey postoffice af \\n second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, April 14, 1005 We were not surprised to hear that .ludge Anderson lind noted and remarked upon tlie antiquated appearance of our court house and had it in mind to suggest the re modling of the interior. Those of ns who have become accustomed lo it are not impressed as others, but, when viewed through the bifocal lens which takes in both the anci? ent and modem, it does appear very old-fashioned and poorly adapted to twentieth century usages. In .the days of fife twelve!' justices, it was ir. order and up-1 to-dute, but, to place His Honor all I, al.me, in a space constructed for j < twelve, is both wasteful and em har- '< rasing, itt view nf the fact thar. ,i j' new court house ls remote, and,!' perhaps, unnecessary, tlie ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 April 1905

IGIILAND RECOKDEK LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acojiaintances. Circuit Court Tuesday 25th. Dr 0 B Fox and Mr F G Mauzy are both in absent in eastern cities. If you weill a hat made to order cull on Miss Charles at C W Judy's. Mr Jos II Hiner, supervisor of Stonewall District was here Thurs? day attending a meeting of the Hoard. William B. Corbett has been ap? pointed Postmaster at Pink ney, vice J. C. Pruitt, resigned. Those who wish to bred to fine registered horses should rend the advertisements in this issue of Virgil and Sir Walter Haleigh or Monterey Haleigh. Mr. Richard Ralston, now con? tractor on Monterey and Traveler's Repose star route, has rented the L. S. Dickenson property, on Spruce street, and will take np his residence here at once, having brought his family to town Thurs? day. L. H. Stephenson, Esq. left this week for Charlottesville. ?We carpet Churches, Hotels, and Offices. All carpets matched and made without ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 April 1905

The Eternal Feminine. Grandfather, doing some .carpentry work, and finding he needed some screws, sent little Mary to the baie ware store to get some for him. When she got there she could -\ot remember tho ivord "screw." Ai >st she said: "Grandpa wants some nails with ruffles on.*'-Life. Beware or Ointments For Oit<?rrh Ths%. Contain Mercury, ns mercury will surely destroy tho sense o! smell and completely derange tho whole sys? tem when entering it through tho mucou; surfaces. Such artlclesshould never be usc t except on prescription!! from reputable pny biclans.as tho damage they will do is ton fol I lo tho good you caa possibly dorivo lunn them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufacture I by K. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury, aud ia taken internally, actiu,' directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of thosystem. lu baying Hall'.'; Catarrh (Juro be sure you got the genuine, lt is taken in? ternally, and raado ia Toledo, Ohio, by lt. J....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 April 1905

HIGHLAND RECORDER vot,. XXVII. ?^B^OTLAND COUNTY, YA. APRII. 21. 1005. NO. 13. TOM'S MOVES SECHET Russians Ships Seen. But Mot the Japanese. DEFENSE ZONES OF THE JAPANESE. Eighteen Russian Warships Sighted la Karn* raak Bay, Cochln-Chlna-A Steamer at Haag* k?i| Reports Having Heard Firing North of Nataaa Islands?Japanese Drive a Russian Farce la Confusion Over Peling Pass. St Petersburg (By Cable).?There is no information from Vice Admiral Ro? jestvensky's squadron, but the Admiralty would not be surprised to learn of skir? mishing between scout ships and the be? ginning of torpedo-boat warfare soon is not unexpected. The naval organ here expresses the opinion that Togo was taken completely by surprise whf-n Rojestvcnsky suddenly appeared at thc entrance of the China Sea, and is now concentrating his wide? ly scattered fleet near the Pescadores, where it is believed a sea fight will prob? ably occur. Singapore (By Cable).?The North German Lloyd steamship Prinz Heinrich reports that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 April 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued every Fridav evening bj H. B. WOOD, sd:to? A.rr=> rt;?i-:s?ER. Entered at the Montetey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterey. Va., Friday, April 21, 1005 In Mew Quarters Our friends will please note tlie fact that, when they want to see us, we mein the HU Lunsford building, immediately in front-of tho oJd Cunningham hotel proper tv and one door west of "Nathan's Folly." Our object in moving was to secure a larger room, better suited U> our needs. Tlie Recorder bas known, perhaps, seveu such moves, and the task it by no means a small one. Miiv it some time have a per? manent abode, all its own! That will be when every one subscribes who should subscribe, when all ad? vertise who ought to advertise, ant when the editor, tims encouraged is enabled to make it SQ valuabh and important that neither reade! nor advertiser can get along with out it. Meantime come and sei us in our new 'nome. Tlie Bath Count...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 April 1905

Highland Recorder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. If you want a lint made tn order call on Miss Charles atC W Judy's. Mr. F. A. Doyle and lady, of Valley Center, were in town Satur? day. Ira Q Simmons has something to thou you?spring suit.*, shoes. Iuds. etc. Mr. ll. M. Slaven and wife spent Saturday hight with friends at West Agusta. That inevitable easter storm: How long will jt last? Is it yet to come, or is it past? You will soon need new carpels. When you do, visit or write Shreckhise & Bear, Mrs' John Shaw, of Franklin, visited lief sister, Mis. John L. Hi? ller, at Monterey, un Saturday last. Mr John Noel and son, of Dun* more, were trading in Monterey on Saturday. Surveyor, Henry A [Slaven, is this week doing some work in the vicinity of the Warm Springs. Stark the new year right, and! buf your dry goods of Shreckhise I k B-ar. Mr. Janies A. Trimble bal great? ly improved his tenant house, south of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 April 1905

Dyspepsia^ Women ABSOLUTELY NEEDLESS AGONY Outed by Uterine Disorders md Cured ly I Lydia E. Pinkhan's Vegetable Compeund A great many women suffer with a form of indigestion or dyspepsia which does not seem to yield to ordinary treat? ment. While the symptoms seem to be similar to those of, ordinary indiges? tion, yet the medicines universally pre? scribed do not seem to restore the pa? tient's normal condition. Mrs. Pinkham claims that there is a kind of dyspepsia that is caused by a derangement of the female organism, and which, while it causes a disturb? ance similar to ordinary indigestion, cannot be relieved without a medicine which not only acts as a stomach tonic, but has peculiar uterine-tonic effects also. As proof of this theory we call at? tention to the case of Mrs. Maggie Wright, Brooklyn, N. Y., who was completely cured by Lydia E. Pink? ham's Vegetable Compound after every? thing else had failed. She writes: " For two years I suffered with dyspepsia which so degenera...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 April 1905

HIGHLAND VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., APRIL 28. 1905. NO. 14. QUITS FRENCH WATERS Rojestvensky Gets Direct Orders From the Czar. TOGO IS SOUTH OF FORMOSA, lt i Main Squadron Assembling in Readiness for the Russians Indication? That Ad inlral Kamimura May Soon Call at Maolli ?Japanese Consul Tncre lias Cable Ad vices for Him. Upon the request of France the Czai ordered Admiral Rojestvensky to re move his fleet immediately from Frend territorial waters. Subsequently th< French government was officially inform ed that the Russians sailed from Karn ranh Bay Saturday. Their destinatioi is unknown. Thc Japanese had secure* indisputable evidence that the Russian were in Kamranh Bay and receiving sup plies there. Admiral Togo's main squadron wil assemble south of Formosa, accordiiij to advices received by thc Japanese con sui at Manila. Vice Admiral Kamimur. is apparently about to make a call a Manila, as the Japanese consul ther has a cablegram from him. The Russi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 April 1905

Highland Recorder. Terma, $1.00 a Year in Advance. |M?c4 ererv F:i<lav tvening Ut H. E. WOOD, Entered at thc Monterey postofticc If second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, April 88, WOG Jacksons Hirer Items Pine Grove, April 24. Our school is progressing nicely Tinder the management of Mis* Ella Cobb. Mr ,1 0 Corbett and bride came home last Thursday. We are glad to report Mie con. rljfion of Mr Adam Ryder's little chilo as verv much improved. Misses Hertha Qutshitll and Ella Cobb visited Miss Minnie. Iliuer one day last week A large crowd assembled at Vic? tory Chapel Sunday rn urning to hear Bro. Beverage, hut were dis appointed as Mr Beverage was not able te he with us. Our Sunday school is progress? ing nicelv; large attendance and quite an interest among the young J.?'(?ple. Fanners are busy with their spring work. Some of the boys lia ve gone to Hie lumber camps, and eithers anticipate going soon. The sudden death of Mrs Emma Folks, was ejuife a shock to the "wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 28 April 1905

Highland Recorder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home ^nlks About Their Friend And Acquaintances. Mr Boyd Beverage, who has been living in Pocahontas for a vear or more, has just spent a few days with his Straight Creek relatives. Kev Mr Beerv will preach Sun-1 dav 30th, Rehoboth ll a. m. and at Green Mill 3 p. m. Mr Clyde Carpenter, who has been attending the Shenandoah Normal College, caine in Tuesday evening, and was met here bv his father, Mr A. T. Carpenter, of Val? le v Center. Mr Richard Ralston, whose tenn of service as mail contractor on the Monterej-Usrtow route, dates from Julv 1st next, will take charge of the line May 1st, he having bought the two months1 timi1?Mav and Ju in?from thc present con? tractor, C W Tri.ii hie. Mr and Mrs G ,1 Hiner were call el to Durbin last week bv the ill? ness of their son. Mr Tate. He had an attack of pneumonia but is I16W <>n the mend. Mrs Boyd Siple. of Marliuton. spent Monday night in Monterey re...

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