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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 25 August 1905

Gas Light for Country Homes. Small country homes, as well ns large ones, moy be lighted bj the best light known- ACETYLENE .GAS? lt is easier oil the ryes than $n>*y-ot';ei- illuminant, cheaper than kerosene, as convenient as city waa, brighter inna electricity and safer than any. No ill-smelling lamps to cleau, and no chimneys or mantels to break. Ker light cooking it is convenient and cheap. ACETYLENE is made tn the basement and piped .0 all rooms ?iml out-buildings. Complete plant costs no more than a bot air furnace. PIT (YY Automatic 1 lJLAJrl Generators make the* gas. They are perfect lu construction, reliable, safe and sim? ple. Oar booklet. "After Sunset," tells more about ACETYLENE" sent free on request. Dealers or others interested in fcc sale of ACETYLENEappara lis write us for selling plan on HLOT Generators and supplies \t is a paying proposition for re rcdNE APPARATUS MFG. CO., rr Michigan Averil:,CHICAGO,ILL. Antiseptic Ifor women pMcd with ills peculiar to _ I tex...

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

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA. SEPTEMBER 1. 1905. NO. 8! WAITING FOR TOKIO NOW Meeting of Peace Ehyojs is Again Postponed. ROOSEVELT DOES NOT GIVE UP. Signs That HU Persistency ls C .using Resent ?eat?The Respective Suites of Plenipoten? tiaries Take a Discouraging View of the Out? look?Have Trunks Packed and Accounts Rendered Preparatory to Departure. The gravest crisis in the peace negotiations has been reached. At the request of the Japanese, who are awaiting a response from the Mikado to a communi? cation supposed to have em? anated from President Roose? velt, the next meeting has been postponed until Tuesday after? noon. Mr. Takahira says that as the conference was brought about by the President it would be well to go cautiously ont of cour? tesy to him. He considered the situation "almost hopeless." The Russians insist the Czar has said his final word, but whether or not they are bluffing remains to be seen. A high Russian authority at Portsmouth ...

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

[GHLAND ReCORDEE Terms, $1.00 a Year In Advance. leaved ererr Friday ereningb? MC- ?- WOOD, H.IB333S3W. itered st the Monterey postoffice t second class matter. Monterey, Vs., Friday, Sept. 1, ll* PEACE Portsmouth, N. H., Aug. 30. Wild enthusiasm broke loose i Portsmouth at 12:29 Tuesday whe the news reached the city from tb navy yard that the peace envoi .Had reached an agreement, Tm* jjejv. was.imraedia.ely fiasl ed to eyery quarter of the glob* An official bulletin was placed . once on the bulletin board whic read: "At the morning session of Am 29 the conference arrived at com plete accord on all the question li and it has been decided to procee the elabroation of a treaty o i. The conference will adjour: pjCjodbthia afternoon.'1 Witte arrived from the nuv at 12:45 p. ni. The news o his approach preceded him. Whei his automobile drew up at the hote )iazza he was greeted with wil< mzzas from the men, and a waiv lg of handkerchiefs and cries o: light from the women. Ht de in his...

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

Highland Recorder LOCAL MEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Dr Charles Rodgers and family,! of Staunton, are visiting th** doc? tor's old home near Meadow Dale. Mr Robert Kerr, of Pocahontas, after a short stay at Bolar, return-'; ed home Tuesday norning. Mr John Ogilvie, of Charleston, came in on the Staunton hack Tuesday evening for a short visit to his mother, Mrs M L Ogilvie, Mrs. John Huff nnd daughter, Miss Grace of Augusta came to MrHiterey Tuesday morning, stop? ping at The Monterey. A card from Kev. W. S. Trimble announces that he expects to return in time to fill tlie following appointments Sept. 3: Monterey. ll a. m., Pisgah 3.30 p. m. Misses Nannie Showalter and Myrtle Anderson of Staunton spent Tuesday night with Mrs J A Whitelaw. Mr James Fulton and family of Staunton have speut the week at Monterey and Bolar. Mr Bolen,one of the Staunton jewelers, accompanied ty his wife, returned home Wednesday after a week's st...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 1 September 1905

"5-m r"*w^ ff fciNA GONZALES, If CEOTRAL AMERICA, RESTORED TO HEALTH. PE-RU-NA THE REMEDY Miss (Clementina Gonzales, Hotel Pro vincia, Guatemala, C. A., in a recent letter irom 247 Cleveland Ave., Chicago, 111., .trrites: 41 took Peruna fora worn-out con? ation. I was so run down that I irtthl not sleep at night, had no ap ettte and felt tired in the morning. "I tried many tonics, but Peruna ss the only thing which helped me Un the least. After I had taken but \aif bottle 1 felt much belter. 1 itinued its use for three weeks and is completely restored to health, was able to take up my studies ch I had been forced to drop. L"Lie nothing better than Peruna item."?Clemen Peruna Medicine Co., of _._j>u_, Unio, for instructive free litera* on catarrh. Prince Yoe and Women. Prince Yoe, of Korea, was talking [at Atlantic City about the outrageous dresses that young women at Ostend and Trouville. Jut a mother, a young mother," Prince Yoe, "would never wear a ||ng dress of that kind out o...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 September 1905

r w HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA- SEPTEMBER 8. 1905. NO. i TREATY NOW COMPLETE The Evacuation of Manchuria Causes Discussion. JAPANESE TAKING NO CHANCES. They Insist Thal AU tba Russian Forces Along the Line of the Eastern Chinese Railroad Thal Remains la Russia's Possession Shall Be Required te Leave Manchuria at the Earliest Practical Time. Portsmouth, N. H. (Special).? After two long sessions, the second lasting until late at night, the treaty of peace between Russia and Japan was completed in rough form. The work of engrossing on parchment will be entrusted to ex? pert penmen from the Department of State in Washington, The air had been full of rumors all day of differences between the envoys over thc articles relating to the division of Sakhalin Island and the evacuation of Manchuria. But those who are in? timately concerned in the conferences insisted that there was no danger that the negotiations would fail. While the completed treaty will be cab...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 September 1905

iland Recorder. iTenns, $1.00 a Year Id Advance. tsjsued CTerr Friday* evening t>T H. B. "WOOD, froia US.1TI5 pvaax-xsiiis**. at the Monterey postofflce aa second class matter. [v. Va., Friday, Sept. 8, 1905 >t Off Cheap ?U think he has got off ifter having contract? ion or indigestion, is perfect!v reston? his [thing wHI do this but ?w Life Pills, A it, and certain cure constipation, etc. 25c inible's drug store; rovine the Corn Crop ^^^corn can be grown profita ^^?HVirginia is shown by the tthe value of the crop per acre is'$ll.55, whereas, iu Illinois for a much larger yield if. is only $11.60, Therefore, by increasing the yield through systematic culti? vation and fertilization, there is a decided profit in sight for our rg. Tlie selection of a vurie? .notts adaptation to the sdiI climatic conditions in which it. to be gt own will influence the ield of corn decidedly. Ten arieties grown for three years chowed some of these remarkable fferences. The height varied om 90 to 1...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 September 1905

SfSfjttMSta Highland Recorder local news: PERSONAL Rriof Items of Interest to Uome Volks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. carve iimp Mesdames L H Stephenson, VV S Trimble, ll |i &\mn aiu| y m jooyer ure spending the week nt Molar. Hon .John Acker, win holds \\\ .place in the Republican State ticket, patted through town on Monday. MrD K Hiner, oP Doe Hill ( OW Tuesday to see Dr 0 J Ci bell professionally. Mr Robert Hall, of New York, arrived here Wednesday evening to visit his cousin, Mr V B Bishop. ^ Mr. G. Anson Bird, of Valley Center, bas been commissioned and qualified sis notary public. Mr and Mrs Robert Whitelaw are visiting in town. Mr R F Gillett and family spent a few days this week at (ht old Gillett homestead on Jacksons River. Armor's high grade fertilizers for sale by V B Bishop & Co. Mr J C Buggs, of Marlinton, paid a short visit this week to his daughter, Mrs R B Campbell, near Monterey. Mr F G Mauzy is ovt-r on the West Virginia side of the Alle? ghany. ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 8 September 1905

A WOMAN'S SUFFERINGS. ? . ii W?*k, Invtrnltw, BMksd With Fains? MatU Wall and 8? Pounds IwtIw. Mr*. B. W. Wright, of 172 Main St, Haverhili, Mass., gays: "In 1898 1 was Buffering so with sharp pains in tbe small of the hack and had snob frequent dizzy spells that I could scarcely get about tbe bouse. Tbe urinary passages were also quite ir? regular. Monthly periods were so distressing I faded their approach. This was my fndition for four years. Doan's Kid Pills helped me right away when egan with them, and three boxes ted me permanently." jFoster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. for sale by all dealers. Price, BO cents per box. Pourgd Gold in His Teeth. is story Iras"Come to light in a Tee court. A young man from Chi Jo arrived in New York, hoping to lain work as a waiter. 'He failed, and was arrested for tealing a roll of cloth from a tailor shop, in broad daylight. He pleaded 'guilty to the charge, and told the fol? lowing story: "All the money I had was spent. 1 bad no friend to help ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 September 1905

? HIGHLAND VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.; SEPTEMBER J 5. 1905. THEY CBEERJOOSEYELT Oyama's Peace Greeting to Genera! Lnevitch. ALSO PLANS ^OR_AN ARMISTICE. Remarkable Demonstration Among tbe Russian Soldiers?American Correspondent a Cen* ter of Admiration for tbe Cossacks-Thous? ands Daily Drinking Health of President Roosevelt. Arranging Ar nlst'ce. Field Marshal Oyama has sent peace congratulations to General Linevitch and asked him to appoint Russian officers to arrange armistice. Oyama has suggested Chak hedza as the meet ting place of the Japanese and Russian offi? cers. The Russian army in Man? churia teems with praise of President Roosevelt for bringing about peace. Thousands of the soldiers cheer Roosevelt and drink his health. Russian soldiers are apprehen? sive about returning to Rus? sia and many of them want to sen lc in Manchmia. Tokio has quieted down, al? though Japcnese political agita? tors continue to try to stir up trouble. Godzyadani, Manchuria (By C...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 September 1905

nd Recorder. .00 a Tear in Advance. rerv Friday ercnlng bT B. WOOD, 'the Monterey postofflce a? rad class matter. Va., Friday, Sept. 15, 1905 ?uperintendent: Juggest that von secure Ration of tlie enclosed in Tty paper? The only hope jioiiiil improvement is eon lal agitation by such lead ?yjseif. Wheneycr there Tig which the Co-operative lion can do to further the ital work in your county > not hesitate to call upon 13ruce R. Payne, Committee Co-op >n Commission of Charlottesville, Va. Ulie untiring efforts of Mrs* nell, of Richmond, there a wide-spread awakening nee to Citizens' Educa ,'iations in Virginia. More "Bounties eyery day are I heir more progressive ito associations to aid the hers and county snper in school improvement, lost of the counties ^associations, and the ill soon have them. In lose educational condi ?v much like those of Virginia county, (lie of these associations )f".\ul\fu\\y told bv it t, who happens to be a We give the report of < of this COU li tv ...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 September 1905

Highland Recorder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends Am! Acquaintances. . Mrs John Trimble, of this place, continues very il!. Mrs Sula Slaven is visiting lier parents in Staunton. . lion S W Storrett was in town a short while Wednesday. Mrs L A Omjorff and Miss Bes? sie bishop went to Franklin Weil nesday. Mr Elihu Gun and little son, of Meadow Dale, paid our office a pleasant visit Tuesday. Miss Lena Vance, of the Mc? Dowell neighbor bond, spent purl of this week w;M: Monterey friends. Miss Edmonia Francisco, of Williamsville, spent Wednesday night at the home of Mr and Mrs. 0. Wilson. Rev Clay Sponaugle and bride took the Staunton hack Wednes? day morning for their home in Wise couuty. Mr .1 K Varner and several mem? bers of his family attended the camp meeting near Staunton. An automobile party, composed of Messrs Witz, Burke aud others, of Staunton, arrived at Monterey about 10 o'clock Tuesday night, returning on Wednesday morning. Mr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 15 September 1905

F. 3. DAVIDSON. Davidson,} Ex-Lieut, ll. S. t aftiiiTfgton, D. C., care U. S. J j Office, writes: j m it vii nd there ls mo rem- t i'ur Catarrh comparable to I na. lt t'O' ont>/ stnh-es at j uni of the malady, but lt r and strengthens the sys- t n a trill ft wonderful way. \ hits been tis history In i ise. I cheerfully and unhesi- 5 ly recommend it to those afflicted < ave been."?F. S. Davidson. bVVWWVV^ Qt derive prompt and aatistac l^^tiir use ui Peruna, write mil, giving a full state ind-he will bc pleased valuable advice gratia. S. B. Hartman, President rtinan Sanitarium, Columbus, Tricks of Animals. i are a surprising number of animals?animals whose regu hod of self-protection ls to of ance to their enemies. The lek of "shamming dead" ls Tho hedgehog and some Silos refuse to fight, but jtccted by sharp spines BSOD1 marine animals is ten called the "brittle is the despair of collect ems to make lt a point that :s family shell be shown In r on a museum shelf. When t'lo wate...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 September 1905

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA. SEPTEMBER 22. 1905. SWEPT BY A TORNADO Barwell, Nebraska, Alone Suffers Loss of Upward of $50,0.0. ONE PERSON KILLED AND SIX INJURED. ls Omaha No Less Than a Dozen Large Stores Hid Plato Glass Window! Blown in nnd Stocks Considerably Damaged- The Base? ment ot thc Daily News Office Wns Flooded Md Larfe Stock of Paper Damaged. Omaha, Neb. (Special).?Eastern Ne? braska and parts of Iowa were visited by the worst tornado and rain storm of the year. Extensive damage was done in Omaha and Council Bluffs, and the loss by wind and flooded basements will be large, reaching many thousands of dollars. * The storm reached the proportion of a tornado at Burwell, Neb., where one person was killed, six injured and $50, 000 damages done to property. In Omaha no less than a dozen large stores had plate glass windows blown in and stocks considerably damaged. The basement of the Daily News office was flooded and its entire stock of paper da...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 September 1905

.DER. Advance. renlng b*f 'X*?3_: .c.*-*.. VJ jostoffice ag fctfter. [Sept. 22, 1905 Liquors Into Effect 1st. lon mw. ung within is made by Tto the medi raffected, it is \re a dozen on ion tain 50 per Treathing Wells 'States Geological hand tbe investi rious phenomena |wing" or '"breath the course of coi >rds, the hydrolo? gy have observed emit currents of yr less force, sorue j^-jghiHtltag >e hearcT tor a example of this found throughout >raska. Blowing mn to occur in southern Louis lf the air current luisini.a wells is man's hat sus ?honomena is jes in at mo? lo changes in Ting the progress Iter storm over is expelled With a blowing be In ti the current >ifferences in |he surface air jj also produce In tbe inter jos of sand, th*3 well is .water, the! fwef^uch less these wei.. ,' I ??? .?L_-*v | t/eap bfl lias got oil fiog con tra ct ldigestion, is restore his ll do this but .fe Pills, A ceri ai n cure, >atjon. etc. 25c drug store; Recorder bow the new Story From Our...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 September 1905

Highland Recokdek LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Hrlef Items of Interest to Home Volks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. . Mr D H Peterson has been on the Bick list thi-, week. Mr and Mrs tl F Slayen and lit? tle son, Joli n, left Wednesday morning for a visit to relative? in Fauquier. Messer3 C C Hansel nnd Willie Gideon were among the passengers aiming Monday evening. Mr ll S Lunsford is i:i eastern cities purchasing for the firm of J. Luneford & Sons. Mr I. B. Bussard hus taken charge of his contract, of building a school house near Mr B fl Ter? ry's on Jackson's River. Preaching at Crabbottom Sept. 24, Ila. m., at Forks of Water 3 p. m. J as W brill Miss Sue LeCompte has resumed lier place at the head of the dress? making department with V B Bis? hop, Monterey. Mr C K Palmer, of Bartow, came across to the Highland side of Al? legheny Monday last, C C Arbogast and P K Kramer "swapped a tew1' while driving in from the Alleghany mountain on Wednesday evening. Married on 13th, Mr Ern...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 22 September 1905

1CD NEAR. roman Found Help Fast Fud I nu Away. lld, M. W. Lake St., rs: "Doan's Kidney ved me from death it Bright's dis? ease, 1 am sure. 1 ha ** eye trouble, backache, catches when lying abed , or when bending over, was languid and often dizzy and had sick "headaches aud bc aring-do w n pains. The kid? ney secretions .pions and frequent, and i appearance. It was in gan's Kidney Pills helped ly- and cared me of these fcft- Pre been well ever bt-m Ce., Buffalo, N. Y. L^pdruggists. Price, 50 "A GREAT ANIMAL." rator Seemed Half Asleep Trying a Case. |m once in Faneuil hall, ry man in ttie audience? fAvab crowded?gave ono ase at what Everett t>ject I have entirely for* fthis fact I remember," In the Critic. I inquir ever heard Webster pro ifttt effect on an audience. Nt; but he had only heard .-t-Curt; it vras in defense of ?{\ criminal- perhaps the in Boston. "Mr. Tn a semi-dream. I \t asleep, for he had K closed and was in a c, taking little notice of on in court. William De k you...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 29 September 1905

HIGHLAND RECORDB -iu OL. XXVII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER 29. 1905. NO. 'ING HUT BY BOMB t to Assassinate Chinese Diplo? mats. TSAITCHE IS ALSO INJURED. Who Exploded tho Boab li Blows tat?Tbe Outrsfe Occurs is ? Private ? Which the Missions Bein* Scat te io Countries to Study Political Melh si Leaving Pekin. g (By Cable).?At thc Peking Station, as a train carrying one four missions ordered abroad to Drcign political methods was leav >mb was exploded inside a pri , killing four minor officials and ig over 20 other persons, wounded include Prince Tsai ho heads thc most important of ions, and Wu Ting-fang, former to the United States, both of iceived slight injuries. The per of thc outrage, who was in the blown to pieces, ffair has created a profound sen nd causes apprehension regard safety of the members of the id leading officials of the gov overnment offices and the rail e now strongly guarded, iict appointing the missions men [l the foregoing dispatch was is ly 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 29 September 1905

tonterey post-office a* second class matter. Va., Friday, Sept. 2 9, 1905 ip Butter and Mlik amounts of timothy hay tfed to dairy cows because {ht to bt a very ricli and foodstuff, but in exper with 24 cows at the fiuter, it would seem stover when well reserved can often be :e the tiniofhv hay to is timothy hay brings ^o 115.00 a ton on the jredded stover is prac )rodcct on the f. rm [utilizing the latter ll. lother question of |ng interest to the hat is the balauc >n with some con Tprotein. Gluten seed meal were 'of the content of (jp for this purpose larket price is the ft digestible pro? le to choose be except that the was not as readilv Icows and it made the. hft; whereas, cotton ls readily eaten and in? letting point of butter, lit a decided advantage m summer. lilts show that th? prop comparing foodstuffs is Jthe amount of diges Urey contain. It is it that farmers often |istake of feeding wheat contains only 12 per jtible protein, as com tatton seed meal, which Contains 37 ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 29 September 1905

Highland Recorded LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Aeojiaintanees. Chestnuts are plentiful. School begins next Monday. Mrs John Trimble's condition is nbout Ihe same. Miss Elsie Swadlev, of Vandcr pool was in town Wednesday. Something pleasing in ladies' furnishing ut Ira Q Simmons1. Hey D A Beery is holding pro? tracted meeting on Strait Creek. License was issued on the 22d for the marriage Mr D. A. Harper and Miss Maggie lambert. J Arlie Ervine has succeded Bernie ("rowley as carrier on tlie Durbin Hack Line. Dr W ll Siron of McDowell and Attorney Harbert Haws, Charlotta! ville spent Monday in Monte? rey. Our young merchant, Mr E B Whitelaw is in the eastern markels, purchasing his fall and winter stock. Mr and Mrs J Brown Liglituer, of Valley Center, were in town one day last week. They paid this office a friendly visit. V B Bishop & Co. have nice clean Western Timothy seed. Mrs .John VV Bini spent a couple days this week with...

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