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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...

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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 ...

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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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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 th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 9 June 1905

MISS MARIA DUCHARMB. |pn/ ivoma n i n America is Inter wUd in This Young Girl's Experience. TWSJimK DUCHAKMR \M 4. l* ^Elizabeth Jr,. >m; .^\ont peal, Can, PELVIC CATARRH WAS DESTROYING HER LIFE. P?:RU-NA SAVED HER. ,JL8* St. Elizabeth itrp.tl. Can., writes: itisiiod that thousands of women [because they do not realize how bad (really need treatment and feel a fal delicacy in consulting a physician. lt badly for years, had terrible pains, times was unable to attend to my Jatos. 1 tried to cure myself, but !'y my attention was caused to an ad EjieBient of Peruna in a similar case to ne. and I decided to give it a trial. ?Iff int pro re me nt began as soon as tyttitrd to use I'eruna and toon I jis a nell teaman. I feel that I owe (7/ /1 fe and my health to your won Zrfui medicine and gratefully ac imrledje this Jact,"?Marla l>"cit lAddrei Dr. Hartmar. President of The >.uiitarium,\Columbus, Ohio, for sporTct^nce strictly confidential. ;ost and Time of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 June 1905

HIGHLAND I VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JUNE 16. 1905. no. ai. ? SAMAR REBELS KILLED Troops Storm Camp of the Philippine Fanatics. TORTURED NATIVES ARE FREED* Enrique Dsgubob, Most Troublesome Rebel Leader In Philipines, ls Killed in a Hand-to ?hand Combat With Troops Under (be Com? mand of Capt. Cromwell Stacey? Only Two Soldiers Are Wounded and None Killed. Manila (By Cable).--Capt. Cromwell Stacey, with 80 men of the Twenty-fir.it Infantry and the Thirty-eighth Com? pany of Philippine scouts, on June 4, surprised the headquarters of the fanat? ical tribe known as Pulajanes, which has made trouble in thc Island of Sa mar for months. In the fi^ht which fol? lowed Enrique Daguhob, the chief of the tribe and leader of thc insurrection, was killed, with 39 of his followers. Two men of the Twenty-first Infantry were wounded. The troops' rush on the camp was followed by half an hour' hand-to-hand fighting. When it was over the leader, two of his captains and 37 privates w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 June 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance, Issued ererv Friday evening bt H. B. WOOD, JJBXSITOT* JLSTS PVaLISBEH. Entered at the Monterey post office as second class matter. r Monterey, Va., Friday, June 10, 1905 Will s. Peace Near. Pence between Russia and Japan seems much nearer' There has been no hitch in the negotiations. the center of which is still occu? pied hy President Roosevelt. The replies to President Roose? velt's note to the two belligerents have not been made public, because the assent of Russia to the proposi? tion was made '?orally" through Count Cassini. Only the reply of .Japan is in writing, and as both replies could not be made pnolie extually. the President decided iV>t to make public the one that is ilk writing. Although Russia answered though Count Cassini, instead of through the channels in which the overtures were initiated, the situation has not been oom* >:icated. The assent of Russia is iflicially regaled as absolutely a tid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 June 1905

Highland Recorder LOCALNEWS. PERSON IL Rrief Items of Interest to Home ftitka A bunt Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr, mid Mrs. Forest Kincaid, of Marlintou are visiting Mis. Kin caids relatives in Highland. Mr. I L Beverage bul just com-, ploted Hip field-work in the task of1 re-mossing tiie lands. Mrs Elizabeth Gibson, nf Mon? terey, is visiting relatives in Poca liontas county. Mr. P. K Kramer, road contrac? tor, with a force of hands, has this week been making some improve? ments in the Strait Creek road. For Sale?A Bond Columbi*, chainless bicycle and a good foot, pump. Price will please you. Ap? ply at this office. Rev W S Trimble will preach at the Sieg Chapel Sunday at 3:30 p.rn Mr. Samuel Siple and daughter, Miss Etta, of Deer Run, W Va., who have been visiting relatives in Pocahontas, came over into High? land Thursday evening, spend? ing a night with Mrs. ti F Slaven, who isa daughter of Mr Siple. You will soon need new carpets. When you do, visit or write Shreckhise &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 16 June 1905

His rieaiih Was Wrecked, Pe-ru-na Gave New Life wm l.^MiMi HON. JOHN TIGHE. Assent lily mn n Tighe's letter should t>- rend bu evert, brain icui ker le><d iwja siren noun life. Hon. John Tighe, No. 98 Keinsen St., ('<>l"?i.-, X. Y., Member of Assembly from (he Fourth District, Albany County, N. ' Y.. w;ilcs as follows: "Perons has my hearty indorsement as si restorative tonio of superior merit. At limes when 1 have been completely broken down from exceed of work, so that my faculties seemed actually at a standstill, reruns li is acted as a healing restorer, ul irting the machinery of mind and body ?!n-h with new life and energy. "1 recommend it to a man tired in mind ind body as ;1 tonic superior to auvthing I know of and well worthy serious eonsid r.itionJJ'?fl-, Tiuhc. r ..lena of woil<, ho common in our coun? try, causes impaired nerves, leading to ca? tii rrh and catari ha! nervousness?a disease dint is responsibl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 June 1905

- 1 M \ll\T. YYVIT MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JUNE 23. 1905. NO. 22. CUBA MOURNS AERO Highest Honors to Be Paid to Genera taft BODY IN STATE AND MANY VIEW IT Congress Decrees That flit Body Shall Recelv Military Honors Corresponding tn Tbos That Wou d Be Paid on the Death ol President ol the Republic President Pa! mas Message to the People. Havana (Special).?Thc body of Ger Maximo Gomez, who died Saturday, ha been lying in -tate in thc principal ha of thc palace since 7 o'clock. A guar of honor surrounds the casket. Ther was a continuous stream of people deft' ing past the body all day, cager to tak a last look at thc old revolutionist, t whom Cuba owes so much. In thi: however, they were disappointed, as th face was covered. It is understood ths this was done at the request of Gcnen Gomez before bc died. There were a immense number of wreaths from Ha vana and other places. President Palm has given up his living quarters in th palace tu thc family of General Gc mei. The Officia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 June 1905

[ighland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Friday ereningbT M. B. WOOD, Entered at the Monterey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, June 23, 1905 Prisoners Break Jail. Pocahontas had its periodical jail delivery Monday night, and the county was relieved of the keep of John Fox, an all-round bum and general bad egg, who had been sent up from Durbin by Justice Oliver's court. The other fugitive is John Pitts, a lumber-man who awaited examination by the grand jury on a serious charge of crimi? nal assault upon a twelve year old child. The prisoners escapad through a patched cell nnd evidently had help from the outside in prying off the bars of the window. Owing to the unsanitary condition of the jail, all the closets being out of repair with a single exception, three prisoners were allowed tl^e run of a corridor and were "not Wked up. Middleton^who killed au in a fight^ot^ViIdell, was 'prisoner, but he refused to gu; also, a man sent from Ston...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 June 1905

Highland Recorder LOCALNEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home ?^nlks About Their Friends And Aeauaintanees. The mid-sum mer terni of the circuit court will be held on the 10th of July. Messrs C P and E Ii Jones have this wetk been in attendance upon the Marlinton court. Mr George Armstrong, of cast em Highland, another victim of disaster in the lumber woods, was taken through lown Monday. Ile had a few nbs jerked loose. Dr. 0 .1 Campbell is spending a week at Bolar?plying his profes? sion and quaffing the health-giving waters The fellow who predicted a long drouth, ruin and disaster, is as silent as the tomb. Mr John S. Ervin and wife, of McDowell passed through Mont? erey Tuesday evening. During the past ten days, three "Virginia housewives have been burned to death by kindling the kitchen fire with karosene. lt woull be difficult to estimate the value of that Wednesday night rain. Jn spirit of thankfulness, how many of us will measure up to the standard ? Mr Eugene Caricho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 June 1905

BADIN ROBINSON. Pratti) Giri Suffered From Nerv? ousness mid Pelvic Catarrh? Found Ott ide liclicf in it. 1'yt::v l)<$m. NERVOUSNESS AND WEAKNESS CURED BY PE.RU-NA. \! M nlio IJobinson, 4 Rand street, ^^pJAsmt., writes: . i rona was recommended to me about jjnaw iga as un excellent remedy for thc L'miIms ihciiliai' to our sex, and as 1 found Ml ill that w*w said of this medicine waa ^?ji", I am pleased to endorse it. -1 lc an lo us- it about seven months aga for we il; nest anil nerv ?iis.,u-.ss, cans d fruin meru-' r.V and slt-i?<> rstims, ami found thu in a feu Unas I bei/an tn i/rtnv strang, man a pint He incrcas-ij' and I heyan le Sleep heller, con>c iHenU ff my nerv? ousness passed, aa au and th- weak iu tan tn the pel viv argana soon dis imapenred ami 1 have been wall \ttn I strong ever sine,'.. ? Address Dr. S. B. Hartman, President c>f rite Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, 0., ?" ure medical advice. All corr* ? i ly cogtide...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 June 1905

VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. JUNE 30. 1905. NO. !**>> KILL WITHOUT MERCY Panic-Strickeo People Flee From Lodz and Cossacks. AN APPEAL FOR PROTECTION. In One Instance tbe limul Soldiers Killed ai Entire Family of Jews Who Were Out Driving?A Millionaire'* Servant Robbed and Murdered- Oeneral Sbustow Promises ts Punish Offenders. Lodz, Russian Poland (By Cable).? The most serious phase of thc fighting between the military and strikers is at an end, but there are still isolated at? tacks in the suburbs. At Baluty Cos x sacks attacked a Jewish family of five persons who were driving in a cab to the railway station and shot and killed -all judnding the cabman. At Pabjanice, near Lodz, workmen at? tacked two policemen, and shot and kill? ed one and wounded the other. There is a general exodus from Lodz. Twelve thousand persons have already left and all traihs are crowded. During the disturbances 35 govern? ment liquor stores were destroyed by the mobs, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 June 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued everv Friday rrr-iiinsbv H. B. WOOD, jcisixoia uLrrr> w^meummmm. Entered aflhe Monterey postofflce as? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, June 30, 1905 IrUthe Democratic Committee ol f Highland County,June 21,1905 Resolved 1st: That a Democratic primary election for the nomina? tion of a candidate for the Senate of Virginia from the Ninth dis i triet, and for the candidate for the I House of Delegates from the coun? ties of Bath, Rockbridge and High? land, be held according to the pro? visions of the primary plan adopted by the Democratic State Conven -^' tion at Richmond, Virginia, June 10. 1904, on Tuesday. August 22. 1905, and that the polls in each precinct in the county of Highland shall be open from 1 p. m. to sun set on that day, said election to he h?;ld by the same officers that the primary ordered by the state com? mittee to nominate the Democr candidate for the Unitejd-^STates senate, governor, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 June 1905

Highland Recokdek local netts. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home I'olks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr E B J ohos and sister, Miss Phoebe, are attending the Jones? Shanahan wadding at Covington, this week. Mrs M. M. Swink, of near Lex? ington, is Twiting the home of her sister, Mrs L A Orndorff, Monterey, r Miss Ella T. Arbogast, of Buena Vista, paid a short visit to her motlier, Mrs Amanda Arbogast, re? turning on Tuesday. Mr E ll Arbogast and family, of Marlinton, came in Saturday even? ing, and will take an outing at Bolar before returning. Mr S B Lightner, one of the staunch voting farmers of Bath, was in town Monday. Something late is the jewelry line at H M. Slaven's. Dr George McCoy and Miss Jessie Wilson, of Eranklin, came np Tuesday, and are the guests of Mrs C P Jones. Mrs James P Hiner,of Jackson's ? River, and her daughter, Miss Georgie, are on a visit to friends and relatives in Pocahontas. Mr James 0 Trimble, of Strait ('reek, fell a few days ago and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 June 1905

- MISS GENEVIVE MAY. OF CURED BY PERU NA. Miss Genevive May, 1317 S. Meridian St., Indianapolis, Ind., Member Second High School Alumni Asa'n, writes: 'Peruna is tte flues? regulator nf TrXntirUernl stomach I hare erer found, lt certainly deserve* high praise, for it ia skillfully i>repatetl. "I was in a terrible condition from a neglected case of catarrh of thc stomach. My food had long ceased to be of any good and only distressed me after eating. 1 was nauseated, had heartburn and head aches, and felt run down completely. Hut in two weeks after I took Peruim I was a changed person. A few bottles of the medicine made a great change, and in three months my stomach was cleared of catarrh, and my entire system in a better condition."?Genevive May. Write Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio, for free medical advice. All correspondence held strictly confidential. SYMPATHY That Feelrhg Beyond Lower Animals, Says John Burrough. An Iowa correspondent ...

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

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA- JULY 7. 1905. NO. 24. SECRETARY OP STATE JOHN HAY DEAD UilwUd For Termination of His Long Struggle For Life. RELAPSE CAME AS A SURPRISE. Tit Secretary Wu Thoufht lo Be on tbe Read io Speedy Recovery tod Wai Sleeping Quietly at Eleven o'Clock-At Midnight He Called the Narie and in Hill Ai Hour Ha Waa Dead. Newbury, N. H. (Special).?Secre? tary of State John Hay died at 12.25 Saturday morning. The signs immedi? ately preceding his death were those of pulmonary embolism. Mr. Hay's condi? tion during all of Friday had been en? tirely satisfactory. The bulletin of Secretary Hay's death was signed by Charles L. Scudder, M. D., and Fred. T. Murphy, M. D. Pulmonary embolism is the clotting of blood in the lungs and blocking up of the air passages. Secretary Hay was prostrated by an attack of uremia, at his summer homo at this place last Sunday evening, but had soon been relieved by a local physi? cian and two specialists who had c...

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

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year In Advance. Itsued ererv Fridav evening by r I Buterec Monterey postofflce aa second class matter. Monterey, Va,, Friday, July 7, 1905 The Reassessment We Rive below figures showing the result of the present reassess? ment of lands, and, as a matter of interest, furnish a comparison be? tween this assessment and that of 1900. As these figures are based upon u one-third actual valuation, the total of real estate would be $4,050,143.40. BLUE GRASS DBSTRICT. Assessment 1905, $835,296.60 1900, $373,824.68 Gain - - ? $461.47192 MONTEREY DISTRICT (Not incld'ng corp'n Monterey.) Assessment of 1905 $214,949.25 of 1900 131,350.54 Gain - - 83,598.71 TOWN OF MONTEREY Assessment of 1905 $36,980 of 1900 19,558 un - - ? 17,422 DISTRICT AND CORPORATION COMBINED Assessment 1905 $251,929.25 1900 150,908.54 Gain - - 101,020.71 STONEWALL DISTRICT Assessment of 1905 $262,821.95 of 1900 185,719.31 Gain - - 77,102.64 RECAPITULATION Total for Co. 1905 $1,350,047.80 "...

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

Highland Recokdek LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Vo.ks About Their Friends And Actiuaintanccs. t Mr James B Stephenson and lit? tle son, of Harrisonburg, came in N\ ednesday evening. Miss Kate Eastham, of Buffalo, West Va , is at the home of lier brother, Mr A ll Eastham, Mont? erey. Mrs. H. M. Patterson, of Char? lottesville, is visiting her brother, Dr 0 J Campbell, and other rela? tives and friends at Monterey, her old home. Passengers on the Staunton outgoing hack Monday morning were Misses Clara Gibson and Sue LacDmpte, and Mr Williard Smoot. The Monterey School Board has received word from Rev. VV. W. Carson to the effect that he thinks he can arrange to accept the posi? tion of principal of the Monterey school. The Recorder, which was first published, in 1877, lias made rather slow progress, perhaps, but Phil. Witts, who founded it, would scarcely recognize the k plant" to? day. The latest improvement is a neat, two-horse power gasoline en? gine-, which ...

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