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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 5 May 1905

ULPIT. )f 57 Sixth ., Presby k'I had at Idney disor kept me in ir days at a >W to do any I suffered be told. [(cntiona set In, lieulars of which il be pleased to Mn a personal inter to any one who j u ir es information. I can eonseicn My say, Doan's Kid ry J*i!!s caused a gen piprovemcnt in my . They brought ung thc pain and of the kidney se for sale by all hts. Foster-Mil Fled. lrnful glance worthy plunged >mte," moaned Ted the murderer, couldn't have dene such a terrible lot of there ensued a riot and Brutus and Casca lives,and never came first occasion issi on was em 'one, according to Livy, nowadays. lives .anfl ivas /ne I orlfi/expres ING HUMOR Sor?<?J-C!?U?<l in Three ,: -,,?Cure 1 hf 75r. ti a mass of sores face was being looked as if they had three doctors, but ?'eighi ra ndviaed C'uti I had u-c 1 half of the >X oi ointment, the sores uid my little one's skin rn babe's. I would Ta ii it cost five dol its, which il all it Mr/ U, J. fenn, i/hio." :rvices Recogni...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 May 1905

rim VOL. XXVII. .,.-. ..J i ' ??'? "??aw"-^ asHw*g**?p^sn?*<-i"'n'j.j ii.'-- i1 \ u Md-vh'iH I M.ffaiftO M<|Sllr?|}-| 4 fofl iSs\s\s\%m *H MONTEREY. HIGHLANfo COUNTY, VA.. MAY 12. 1905. NO. 1 LURINGONTITC RUSSIANS Torpedo Boats From Vladivostok Boro Vessel. GEN. OYAMA READY FOR BATTLE. Important Movements on Land and Sea De? veloping ?Rojestvensky's Fleet Sighted OH Vanfonr. China?Whereabouts of Japanese Squadron Carefully Concealed- Tokio Kepi Informed of Russian Moves. Emboldened by Admiral Togo's seem? ing inactivity or trying to divert Jap? anese attention from Rojestvensky's fleet, Russian torpedo-boat destroyers from Vladivostok have caturcd and burned a little sailing vessel in Japanese waters, near Hokkaido, thc northernmost of the Japanese group of islands. Meanwhile the exact whereabouts of the Japanese suadron continues a secret, lt is evident that the wily Togo is luring Rojestvcnsky on, and will try to entrap the whole or a portion of the Russian fleet. If the Rus...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 May 1905

lND Recorder. [11.00 s Year In Advance. ld wrerv Friday evening bv B. WOOD, st the Monterey postoffice as I **. second class matter. ey, Va., Friday, May 12, l?0o San Jose Scale. ^J. C. Stiles, assistant State nologist, spent several days mterey, going lo Bath on lay. He inspected many fruit In the town and community, le one or two trips to oth tions of the county. The San Jose Scale was found ?ral orchards, both in Mon [nnd Crabbottom. At our re Ist, he pi spared a short paper, Uing forth the purposes of the late Crop Pest Commission, and [hieh explains as well, inferential his mission to the county. The tter is one of serious import tc >wers of the county, |,g is what Mr Stiles The subject: TTTJTe insect though he may a large number of plants Inot injure them all. How lie may be carried by wind, f&c. onto those plants which imb more readily to its attack le apple, pear, peach and lb are the plants for which our enimy has a particular liking. fe takes his refreshment by in? ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 May 1905

Highland Re'jokdek LOCALN E WS7 PERSONAlT Brief Items of Interest to Home ^nlks About Their Friends And A cq lift In tan ces. HALLY DAY on the 18th. Rev A Q Flaherty, who spent two di* three weeks sit ii is old home in Botetourt, returned to Monte? rey on Tuesday evening. Mr Fd Simmons and family have moved to the West Virginia side of Alleghany. Mr Arthur Hevener & Cowarning the big steam merry-go-round. have set, up at McDowell, Start the new year right, and hov vour dry goods of Shreckhise & fear. The first picnic party of the sea? son, composed of Monterey young people, went, to the Vandevender grounds on Wednesday. Mrs F V Sieg, of the Blue-grass yalley. paid her (dd Monterey home and friends a visit this week. Mr Isaac Bussard returned Mon? day from a visit to tlie Valley city of Staunton. Mr C .A Dickson, wile and son, of Trimble, were trading in town Tuesday. Rally Day comes too early for Highland spring chickens and gar? den sass, but. if you get an intel? lectual f...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 12 May 1905

r JUDGE'S WIFE ^Sk mes. minnie Mcallister. . Mrs. Carrie King, Darlington, Mo., write*: ? ? "J have suffered for years with bilious? ness, .md kidney and liver trouble. "if I cau.iht a 'lille cold, thc pains ire rv In"ceased and ftnc'raoVe and Jieadichc ware of frequent occur? rence. . "However, Peruna cured me?twelve bot? tles made me a healthy woman." Opossum in Bunch of Bananas. Bunches of bananas appear to be the means of introducing strange animals into this country, though the new arrivals have not, like the -to Junien Waterton always epiTfiot "Hanoverian"? 'a footicg and ousted mern trs of the native fauna. [Lizards have repeatedly been [ought over In this way, and some rips the little reptiles have escaped ktice till the fruit was served at des? iri. In a warehouse at Newcastle l-Tyne a snake about five feet long tecently discovered lying near ie bunches of bananas, the infer? ence being that it was Imported in [tho game crate. In at least ono case a mammal has Ibee-i introd...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 19 May 1905

I RECORDER VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. MAY 19. 1905. NO. 17. MANY MOROSARE KILLED Fierce Fighting on Island of Jolo, in Philippines. THE AMERICAN'S SUFFER LOSSES. Seven Soldiers Killed and Sixteen Wounded ia tbe Sharp Struggle With the Desperate Filipinos- Gen. Leonard Wood in Persona) Command of tbe Expedition?The Moros Led by Cblet Pala. Manila (Hy Cable).?Fierce fighting has been going on ilic last two weeks on the Island ol Jolo between the out? law Moro chief Pala, with *6oo well armed followers, and troops under the persona! command of Major General Leonard Wood. I'ala's losses thus far are 300xkilled, while those of General Wood are 7 killed and 19 wounded. Tala and his remaining followers, in accordance with Moro tradition, prefer death to capture. General Wood, with detachments from the Fourteenth Cavalry, thc Seventeenth. the Twenty-second and the Twenty-third infantry and constabulary scouts, has driven Pala and his followers into a swamp, which has hem su...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 19 May 1905

4AND Recorder. i, $1.00 a Year in Advance. med eTerv Friday -.Yening bt K. B. WOOD, at tho Monterey post office ap ?ecoud class matter. iterey, Va., Friday, May 19, 1905 Making Converts The gathering of the people on iturday last, iu response to a call )f public interest, and the necessi for them to stand for two or [three hours in. a broiling hot sun, Lelicited some discussion along the lline referred to recently in our col |auins, viz: the improvement of our court house. We venture the as? sertion that no tax-paying father, husband cr gallant escort, on the ground that day, would have enter? ed a protest against the necessary expenditure, and, if called upon would have voted, then and there, a special tax for the remodeling, modernizing and seating of the ancient structure, planned and de? signed for a dny and generation >w piBaJHkl gone. The Recorder not stand alone in the con ition that these reforms or im [ovemenls are needful, timely and jiportant. One ardent rapport* of th...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 19 May 1905

Highland Recokdek _JU)CALNEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Vol ks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr D. W. Carpenter made a bus? iness trip to town Wednesday. Miss Eylyh Wade ol Highland, ia spending some time with her cousin, Miss Anna Ruckman.? Staunton Spectator. ^ Miss Lena Vance and Miss Kitty Shu.nate, of the McDowell-New Salem neighborhood, spent Sunday last with their Monterey friends. The May communication of , Highland Lodge, No. 110. A. R & A. If. was attended by four yisit ing brethren, Meson Blain, Smith and Gal lian, of Waynesboro, and Hamon, of Ronceverte. You will soon need new carpets. When you do, visit or write Shreckhise & Bear. Messrs Dickenson, Jolliffe, Wal? ton, and one or two other com? mercial travelers, whose names Ave did not learn, spent last Sabbath in Monterey. Fok Sale?A good Columbia, chainless bicycle and a good foot pomp. Price will please you. Ap? ply at this office. Mr. J. H. Hidy. our former citi? zen, now residing at...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 19 May 1905

'ENANT BOWMAN /IN FORTY-EIGHT HOURS PE Cold Affected Head and Throa ?Attack Was Severe. Chas. W. Bowman, 1st Lieut, and Ad. 4th M. S. M. Cav. Nols., writes fro Lanham, M<1., as follows: "Though somewhat averse to patent me icines. and still more averse to becomii a professional affidavit man, it seems on n p!?in duty in the present instance to a< Uny experience to the columns alreai Ljttpf4*0Cerning thc curative powers Tana. <<I have been pa rtlmlarly benefitc iltxwtP for colds tn the head au [r>at. J have been able to fully cut nwlf of a most severe attack, i ? ri M-elyh thou rs, by i tn u se a ccord i t\ flo directions. I use Has a preventlt ?Ucncver threatened with an attacl "Members of my family also use it f 'ic ailments. W'e are recommending jur friends."?C. W. Howman. >3-ru-na Contains No Narcotics. One reavm why Peruna has found pe manent use in so manv homes is that i >ntains no narcotic of" any kind. It ca te used any length of time without acqui p a d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 May 1905

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. MAY 26. 1905 NO. 18. RUSSIANS JEET REPULSE Preliminaries For (he Next Big Battle on Land. GENERAL ADVANCE OF THE JAPANESE. Russians Attack Oyama's Three Advancing Column?, bat Are Driven Back?Their Losse* Are Heaviest North of Fakumen, Where the Japa' Shell Fire Moat Them Down. Tokio (Ry Cable).?Advices from Manchuria plainly show that the pre? liminaries are in progress for another mighty struggle between the two great armies. The Russians occupy a line 42 miles long, from Yehhoching to Hsidosicn, by way of Supingchien, where they have good defensive positions, and are strong? ly entrenched. The Japanese are ad? vancing in three columns from Kaiyuan, Changtufu and Fakumen. In the Eastern field the Russians who retreated from Tunghua and Hsingking rallied at Wanghaothe, 40 miles north of Tunghua, but subsequently withdrew to thc north, their advanced position be? ing now at Liuhochcn, 15 miles north of Wangkaotc. Their ma...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 May 1905

[land Recorder. j, $1.00 a Year in Advance. "??ned ererx Fridav eYfningbT H. B. WOOD, >rron .a.?t? a--sj-?i-iei3:x:?. jtered at the Monterey postofflce at? second class matter. lonterey, Va., Friday, May 26, 1005 From Williamsville Mr Geo. Wallace, land commis? sioner for the eastern district of Bath, has finished assessing the lund and has returned home. Miss Nannie Revercomb. having finished teaching her school at Warm Springs, is now visiting the family of her uncle, H. H. Rever? comb, of this place. Mrs Minnie Byrd accompanied Uv Miss Helen Francisco, spent several days last week at the homes of Messrs Geo. Rosser, J no Fran? cisco and W. H. McOlung. near McClung, Va Dr. Mc Gwin spent ten days in Richmond recently, attending the commencement of his alma mater and visiting friends and acquaint? ances.. He returned home Wed* nesday. air Rov Coursey made a flying trip to Staunton last week. J/rs~Mollie Echles. of Buckhan iion, W. Va., accompanied by her tiiree children are the g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 May 1905

Highland Recorder _LOCALNEWS." PERSONAL Krief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mrs. Peter Woods, of Mill Gnp, fell a few duvs ugo and dislocated her shoulder. Josiah Crunnnett, of Valley. Center, brought a nice lot of wool to J. Lunsford and Sons, Tuesday. Mrs. A. W. Buzzard of Bolar has been quite ill for seyeral da)s. Richmond is to have a new paper. and it will he known as the Even? ing Journal, lt will make its ap? pearance about June the first. Ira Q Simmons has something to piton you?spring snits, shoes, bate, etc. Miss Lucy Wilson is visiting at lier country home, near Vilna, Miss Josephine Stephenson is a visitor at the Warm Springs Mr L S Dickenson, wife and little daughter, Vernon, after spending a week in Staunton, returned Wed? nesday evening. The Monterey Milling Company j has built a new 'platform with a view to the convenience and facili? ty of loading and unloading grain. The clipping season is about over, and wool is bringing a ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 May 1905

& J 5MJ5S. MILDRED KELLER ST03ED TO HEALTH. THANKS TO PE-RU-NA Friends Were Alarmed? Advised Change of Climate. Mi!.ired Keller, 718 13th street. N. I arlington, 1). C., writes: 'I can safely recommend Peruna for ca? nto. T had it for years and it would espond to no kind ol' treatment, or if it lid it was only temporary, and on the tightest provocation the trouble would liiThe back. ?J teas in such a stale that un/ \ie>nl* were alarmed about mc, and I* nd ci id to leuce thin climate ni 1 trie l Peruna, a ni. to my tl Joy found lt helped me from fir.-it dose I took, and a few bottles ?d me. "It built up my constitution, I regained iv appetite, and I feel that I am perfectly rell and strong."?Mildred Keller. .We haye on file many thousand testi iala like the above. We can give our era only a sii&it glimpse of the vast if y/isolicitVd endorsements Dr. ker's Hair Was Like Wagner's. lagner, a German folk tale relates, Imc afflicted with headache and Irmined to have his hair cu...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 June 1905

VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JUNE 2. 1905. NO. 19. SREAT FINANCIER DEAD Alphonse De Rothschild Also a Philan? thropist. FAMOUS FOR HIS MANY CHARITIES. Lesdin j Spirit ol the Bankers Roths child In Their Relations With Qoreromeots ol Europe?Financed the Indemnity Which France Paid Germany Alter the Franco Proi.lio War. Paris (By Cable).?Baron Alphonse de Rothschild, head of the French branch of the banking house bearing the name of Rothschild and governor of the Bank of France, died at 4.30 A. M. of acute bronchitis, aggravated by gout. The eminent financier had been sink? ing slowly for many days, but there was no apprehension that his death was im? minent. He first took to his bed two weeks ago. Several rallies gave prom? ise of his recovery. Two days ago the Baron began to fail rapidly, and his condition assumed a disquieting form. Although he kept up an animated con? versation with members of his family and the old servants, the patient became very weak, and entere...

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

.and Recorder, is, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Jaaaed e-terv Friday eTening by H. B. WOOD, ired at the Monterey postoffice ai second class matter. lonterey, Va., Friday, June 2, 190 San Jose Scale Again. May 26. 1901 'o the Board of Supervisors o Highland County, Monterey, Va. Sirs:?I beg again to call you attention to the conditions in you County in regard to the San Josi scale. My assistant has recently visited your County, and made i preliminary examination for thi insect. 20 orchards were visited il of which were found to be in fested. They are to be situated a follows: 9 orchards are infested nra Monterey. 2 orchards are infested nea Hightown. The orchards given aboye are al small, and from my assistant' report it appears that, the San Jos scale has not obtained a ver strong footholt in your County Hi*"* is mainly because ot the fae nit fruit growing, on a commec sale, has not yet been develops [o a great extent, or has just begin development. Quite largt fctions of your County ar...

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

Highland Recorder LOCAL NEW87 PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Miss Sallie Wilson, who has been teaching in Pocahontas county, caine home Monday evening, Mrs. ,1. L. Hiner has gone to, Greenbrier comity to visit her sister.1 Mr. Fred Holt has taken charge of one of the Staunton mail wag? ons. Mrs. David Swecker, an aged lady, is reported very sick at the home of her son. Mr. E* D. Sweck? er, Crabbottom. ''You haye a beautiful country and a grand climate" has been beard so often from the mouths of yisitors that we Highlanders fail to note its significance. Everybody seems pleased with "this fine growing weather" Even tlie cattle are ''taking on." At C W Trimble's you will find a beautiful line of dry goods, such as white goods, lawns, and all the popular summer styles. Mrs. Robert Hidden, who lives at Stony Bottom, Pocahontas coun? ty, was, on Friday, called home on account of the critical illness of her mother, Mrs Wm. Vance. The ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 June 1905

T mpiis Pretty Matron Had Head i ache and Backache, and Her IB (Condition Was Serious. Vi (THINK OF IT! ?BU-NA CURED f^ MKS. M. BRICKNER. FEMALE TROUBLE NOT RECOGNIZED AS CATARRH. 99 Eleventh Street, I Milwaukee, Wis. j "A short time ago i found my con Ition very serious. I had headaches, lins in the back, and frequent dizzy pells \ch I ch grew worse every month, tried two remedies befure Peruna, and nus discouraged when I took the first dose, but my carnage soon returned. In les, than two months ny health was restored.''?Mrs. M. itt er. reason of so many failures to cure limilar to the above is tlie fact that diseases peculiar to the female sex are not pom . monly recognized Minti caused by catarrh. ""atai-rli of one organ is exactly the same catarrh of any other organ. What will catarrh of the head will also cure h of the pelvic organs. Peruna cures pe vases simply because it cures the rrh [you have catarrh write at once to Dr. civing a full statement of vour he will be pleased to...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 June 1905

\ v HIGHLAND I VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA. JUNE 9. 1905. NO. 20. 3 WSSIANCWISPS SAFE Admiral Enqaist's Flight Ends in Manila Bay. SEEKS REFUGE^ FROM JAPANESE. Russian Shlp? Battered from tbe Effects of tbe Japanese Fire-Many Wounded Men Aboard-Rear Admiral Train Will Care for tbe Wounded in American Hospitals? A Problem to Solve. Manila (By Cable).?Rear Admiral Enquist, who was commander of the heavy cruiser squadron of the Russian fleet, arrived in the bay on board his flagship, the protected cruiser Aurora, ?jeeompanied by the protected cruisers Oleg and Jemtchug. All the vessels were more or less damaged, and there were many wounded men on board. Rear Admiral Train, on board his flag? ship, the battleship Ohio, with the Wis? consin, Oregon, Raleigh and Cincinnati, was outside Corregidor Island maneu? vering when the Aurora saluted with 13 guns, and thc Ohio answered. Admiral Train and his squadron ac? companied the Russian vessels to Ma? nila. In an interview Rear ...

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 June 1905

[OHland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Friday evening bv H. B. WOOD, ?OITOB ANO :rW?*X?XXEZ?. itered at the Monterey postofflce ae second class matter. Monterey, Va.; Friday, June 9, 1005 Pendleton Items. clip the following from last c's isue of the South Branch new. jome weeks ago a dog supposed mad passed through Sugar Irove and wandered towards Bran lywine, probaly bitiug some dogs the way. When it reached Tru? man Riser's, he feared that his children might be bitten and lie quickie? disposed of the canine. Last week Aron Simmons one of South Fork's most reputable citi? zens was treating a sick cow and for some reason thrust his hand in? to its mouth and received as he Fiipposed the virus in an open sore on his hand from the cow which is thought had previously been bitten bv the dog. The cow immediately showed symptoms of rabies and died. f \\ie Rambouillet sheep B. H. Hiner and referred our advertisement columi: recently sheared, one shearing lbs, and the...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 June 1905

Highland Recorder I^CAJLNEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Uome Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr G. J. Hiner ami son, Jesse, went to Staunton this week tor an engine and thresh-box, recently purchased by them. The Monterey Millliug Com? pany has purchased 500 bushels of wheat from Mr D 13 Taylor, of Deerfield. Mr Uriah Hevener, of Cra'obot tom, has just returned from a trip to the Velicy, spending Monday night at The Monterey. For Sale?A good Columbia, chainless bicycle and a good foot pump. Price will please you. Ap? ply at this office. Mr Richard Jones, a pupil of the Randolph Macon Academy, return? ed Saturday evening. At G W Trimble's you will find some nice solid oak bed room suits, bedsteads, bureaus, wash stands, &c. Pieces sold separate if wish. Please call and examine before making your purchases. There will be held at Monterey, on June 10th ua Lawn Party" given by the young ladies of the town. Time 7 to 10:30 P. M. Later if there is any thing doin...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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