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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 27 October 1905

l?444?M?i4m?mmM***4*W??M??*??MM*????***4* ???^???*******+%**4**<H*****^^***^ The Witch of Cragenstone By ANITA CLAY MUNOZ, Author of "In Love and Truth" .h , Z Copuright 1905. bu Ault* CUu Munoz ?<!> CHAPTER VI. INHERITING from his mother a hard, unyielding nature, young Taunstou, In his life of struggle and trial to keep his farm Intact, had obtained what success was his through firm resolve, grim determina? tion and desperate endeavor. Where he could not bend he had broken, and now to gain his ends he knew no other method. So, instead of disguising his disapproval of his cousin's light con? duct, he chose rather to place on his pale, gaunt features an expression of hardness and disapproval as he rose stiffly at the sound of the soft rustling of skirts approaching to receive her. With her hair brushed smoothly back -?nd a prim kerchief crossed over her shoulders, hiding the fair round neck that the dainty cotton frock she wore disclosed, her face ca...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 November 1905

\ VOL. XXVII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY VA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1905 NO. 41 Tie diaries T. Men Company, commission Merchants, Pratt & Hanover,sis. ..altimore,!-.d. WILL BUY YOUR Butler, Eggs, Poultry. Game, Fruits, and Brain AT THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. Quick returns?fair treatment guaranteed. Refeiences?Commercial and Farmers Bank, Baltimore. Citizen Central Na tionafBank, New York. to l-l 06 REOPENS THURSDAY, SEPT. 2lST Tk Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, West Virginia. Courses in Arts, Philosophy, and Science leading to the degree of B. A. New and &plendid equip? ment. Dormitory and Dining Hall. Generous endowment,making terms within reach of all. Christian influence- In connection with the College is The Dayis and Elkins Preparatory School. Boarding Depart? ment limited to fifty students. No boys admitted under thirteen years of age. Kev. F. H. Barron, Fresh For catalogues address Marshall C. Allaben, Dean MONTEREY BARBER SHOP, over Printing office Open...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 November 1905

I f Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Tear in Advance. Issued -Terv Friday erenlng bt ?. B. WOOD, ?SITOll J_._*TSD _-*U-_ai-I**3I*___?. Intered at the Monterey postoffice as second class metter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. 3. 1903 Democratic Ticket For Governor: CLAUDE A. SWANSON, of Pittsylvania For Liuet. Governor J. TAYLOR ELLYSON, of Richmond. For Attorney General WILLIAM A. ANDERSON of Rockbridge. For Secretary of Commonwealth D Q EGGLESTON of Charlotte. For State Treasurer AW HARMAN Jr of Rockbridge. For Supt. of Public Instruction J D EGGLESTON, Jr. of Prince Edward. For Commissioner of Agriculture G W. KOINER of Augusta For State Senate in 9th Senator? ial District EDWARD ECHOLS of Augusta For House of Delegates S. W. STERRETT of Highland. The election is close and we shoull remember our faithful rep? resentative, Hon. S. W. Sterrett, on next Tuesday and cast our bal? lot for him. We all know him to be an honest and impartial repre? sentative and one who has loyal Iv stood b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 November 1905

Highland Recokdek LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. __*=_=?*______=________?*--???????? . Circuit Court on the 10th. Dr Fox and wife returned Mon? day evening. Mr L S Dickenson, the shoe-man spent Sunday with his family at Monterey. Mr V B Bishop and wife and two little boys left Thursday morning for Elk ton. I have a special line of boys watches from $1.10 to $6. Call and see them. H M Slaven. Mr CUff Matheny, our worthy young townsman, will suc? ceed. Mr F U Mauzy as assistant cashier in the Bank of Highland, Mrs 0 E Sullenger, who has been visiting relatives in the South for a couple months, returned home this week. Alma Johnston, the little girl kicked by a horse two weeks ago, has recovered so far as to enable her father. Mr H S Johnston, to re? sume his place on the RFD route. E B Whitelaw & Co. have new? line in misses1 and children's cloaks to show you. See them before buying elsewhere. Mrs John W Bi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 3 November 1905

_f^lUilii*M**_>**..*4m***lii^^ ? ? ?? ?? ?? ? ? ?? The Witch of Cragenstone By ANITA CLAY MUNOZ, Copu-l__t. 1908. bu Ant ti Cl-u Munoz Author ot "In Love ind Truth* ? * ttt it t tititti*i_ttit*t__-- tittitf'if?fi* j**?5_i?**ii j*^ Simon threw down bis fagots. "A good morrow, Hetty. Shalt help thee with thy water carrying?" "Nay, not so, good Simon, for mother, ever watchful from the doorway, would Bay that we did gossip in working hours," she replied soberly. "Once ere now this morning I ba' felt the severity o' her displeasure." "Then, by my faith, thy sweet face showeth no sign that thou didst take her rebuke to heart sorely,, for thy countenance is as bright?as bright"? Hetty raised her eyes in pleased an? ticipation. "As bright as a new brass kettle!" he cried, delighted In that he had found se apt a comparison. The smile on bis companion's face grew quickly into a frown as she turn? ed stiffly to walk away. "So 1 resemble a brass kettle this morning!" she said sarcas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 November 1905

??* RECORDE vnr. YY7TT MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY VA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1905 NO. 42 V v/__, ____. f j.x. t?_OV-.P--.. commission Merchants, Pratt & Hanover,sts. Baltimore,Md. WILL BUY YOUR Butter,- Eggs, Poultry, Bane, Fruits, ari Grain AT THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. Quick returns?fair treatment guaranteed. Refeiences?Commercial and Farmers Bank, Baltimore. Citizen Central Na tional Bank, New York. to l-l 00 ???????????????_??_???????? REOPENS THURSDAY, SEPT. 2lST The Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, West Virginia. Conrses in Arts, Philosophy, and Science leading to the degree of B. A. New and splendid equip? ment. Dormitory and Dining Hall. Generous endowment,making terms within reach of all. Christian influence. In connection with the College is The Dayle and Elkins Preparatory School. Boarding Depart? ment limited to fifty students. No boys admitted under thirteen years of age. Kev. F. H. Barron, Prest. For catalogues address Marshall C. Allabfn, Dean MONTEREY BARBE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 November 1905

Highland Terms, $1.00 a Y X \ Usued everT Friday ?. B. WO JBSXTOM AND Entered at the Monterey pice u second class matter. Monterey. Va., Friday, Not, From Blue Grass Valle. New Hampden, Ya\ Nov. 7, A soe NA very quiet election to-day. l^ner indib*^QnH are faHL a fu|i vote ww i full vote'f i0r ^A. We like to see melei interested en>^n to attemJ t^ 1 elections and vOfcl ^ A goodly number*>^^^r l>eo^e^ attended the dedicationOt^e ne church ou the Branch last Suria_y. * They report a large crowd ana good services. Rev J A Brumbaugh and wife are holding a protracted mteting at Union Chapel. Mr - Sipe, the life insurance man, has moved his family from Bridgwater to Crabbottom. Mr W H Fisher and wife spent last week visiting relatives in Pen dleton county. Mr George Vint, of Rockingham county, was visiting in Crabbottom lust W?(?K? Mr Ueo M Rexrode and wife re? turned last Friday from a visit to Mrs Rexrodes people in Grant county. One of Mr ED Swecker's ve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 November 1905

tiiGHi_A2fi> Recorder PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Miss Jemima Jones, of Doe Hill, spent Sunday at Mouterey. John Sheffer, an afflicted son of Mr David Sheffer, died at his fath? er's home on Jackson's River on Monday night. He was about for? ty years of age. Mr C B Borst and wife, of Col peper county, came to Monterey Saturday evening to spend a couple weeks with their relatives and friends E B Whitelaw & Co. have new line in misses' and children's cloaks to show you. See them before buying elsewhere. Dr M B Campbell was in town Wednesday. Mr Pat McNulty of the Meadow Dale neighborhood was here Thurs? day on business. See the new line of dress goods at J Lu nsf ord & Sons before buy? ing. Mrs Chas B Fox left Thursday for Franklin to visit her parents. Mrs Jno Trimble, whose condi? tion we have mentioned on previous occasions, remains very weak. 1 have a complete line of Christ? mas Jewelry, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 10 November 1905

The Witch of Cragenstone By ANITA CLAY MUNOZ, Copurtoht 1905, bu tait* Clan Munoi Author ot "In Love and Truth* "I want none of thee nor thine ex amples!" Margaret cried angrilj "And thou must cease thy persecu tiona! Know now for once and for al that I much ni Isl ike thee, that I loath and hate thee, and that I hope ou paths will never cross again!" "An' thou hast no gratitude, woman for my service on thine estate, fo: its present value on account of min* endeavors?" "Thou hast had the yearly stipent that thou did agree was sufficient,' she replied. "Now an' for the las time, let me pass." Seeing tbe expression of strength an* resolution on her face and her manoo ?o disdainful of him, Josiah sickene* as a realization of his absolute inabili ty to control this woman came ove him. Almost crazed with despair, h spoke furiously, hardly knowing wha he said. "Hear me once more, an' then thoi canst go the downward path thou has chosen unmolested. The honest pur pose of an upright man is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 November 1905

\ HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XML MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY VA., FRIDAY, NOYEMBEB 17, 1905 NO. 43 commission Merchant?, Pratt & Hanover.sfs. Kaltiniore,M<.. < WILL BUY YOUR j j Butler, Eggs, Poultry, te Fruits, and Crain AT THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. Quick returns?fair treatment, gunratrteed. < Bank, Baltimore. Citizen Central Na j tional Bank, New York. to l-l 06 REOPENS THURSDAY, SEPT 2lST The Davis and Elkins College, j Elkins, West Virginia. Courses in Arts, Philosophy, arid , Science leading to the degree of > B. A. New and splendid equip? ment. Dormitory and Dining Hall. Generous endowment,making terms within reach of all. Christian: influence. In connection with the College is The Dayis and Elkins Preparatory School. Boarding Depart? ment limited to fifty students, No boys admitted under thirteen years of age. Rev. F. H. Barron, Prest. For catalogues address Marshall C, A Mahen, Dean MONTEREY BARBER SEO? over Printing office O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 November 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued crerT Friday evening by H. B. WOOD,, Jt~iroi% js-iTSD j-xraar.x?K:E?. Kntered at the Monterey postofflce ae second class matter. Vlonterev, Va., Friday, Nov. 17, 1905 The West Virginia Murder We get the following additional details of the murder of Sly man, the Syrian peddler, from the Poca? hontas Times. The account published by us last week gave no particulars as to the finding of the body, the disposition and extent of the bootv, the con? fession of t'.iti murderers &e. This article, therefore, will he read with interest. On Wednesday about 5 p. tn Robert Stark ;>t that community was riding by the scene of the mur der, His hi*rM shied and atlen lien was called to a pool of blood He noted signs of murder and pres? ently found th* peddler's pack just below tlie road. He th^n noted the trail where the hodv of the dead mau had been dragged through the soft earth hy a man wearing a pair of shoes, the heel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 November 1905

F 'VemmfeW^ ? .;;;i wi ,'Afr1 LOCAL NEW8. PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. n Mr A 0 Suddarlli, our popular!0 photographer, is off on a short va? cation to relatives and friends in West Virginia. License was issued this week for the marriage of Mr Tommv Green, of Bath county, and Miss Lillie B Carpenter, of the Big Val ley neighborhood. On the 11th pit Mr. E F Colaw, a Highland young man and Miss Blanche Burger, of Natural Bridge. Va were married at Cumberland. Md. The Recorder extends its best wishes to this young couple. Miss Nellie Curtis,of Vi!na, came | rt over Tuesday evening to spend alt few days with her cousin, Miss j a Lucy Wilson, whoso illness is men- If tioned elsewhere in this issue. We have just received a big stock j *] of men's and boys' underwear, and ! *j also a large assortment of winter!11 hosiery of the very best quality, i '> Prices marked close. E B White j0 law & Co. ) ?> !...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 17 November 1905

ZSaLmmSaemmmmmammmm^^ '?>??*?*?***??*???????*???*?????????????????*??>???? ???? The Witch of enstone Crag By ANITA CLAY MUNOZ, Author of "In Love and Truth" CoMrtflbt, 1900. bu Anita Ctau Muacw .???????????????????????????????????????????????fr*** "Aye, marry," cried the vender, "many more than I can tell. I am known from one end of the country to the other by all languishing lovers! Why, fair sir," with convincing hones? ty of tone and manner, "the nobles buy of me, and I have even been admitted at the court. My love charms are world famed! Step up, m'sieu;*s, only 4 shillings!" he called. "By tbe mass! I had a sure proof of their value within the month," he con? tinued, addressing Josiah, but speaking In a loud voice so that all might hear. "At Sterndorf, over the mountain, I wa. delayed by the storm and had a room in the tavern there next to a gal? lant gentleman, an English noble, hold? ing high rank at the French court and In high favor with the king, who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 November 1905

HIGHLAND >L. XXYII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY VA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1905 NO. 44 ;jr T. commission Merchants, tt& Hanover,sts. Baltimore,Md. WILL BUY YOUR 7, Eggs, Poultry. Game, Fruits, and Efrain T THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. nick returns?fair treatment ran teed. Refeiences?Commercial and Farmers ink, Baltimore. Citizen Central Na mal Bank. New York. to l-l OG REOPENS THURSDAY, SEPT. 2IST 'lie Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, West Virginia. Courses in Arts, Philosophy, and Science lending to the degree of A. New ttnd splendid equipo? tent. Dormitory and Dining Hall. reneronsendowment,making terms within reach of all. Christiar. influence. In connection with the College is The Davis and Elkins Preparatorv School. Boarding Depart? ment limited to fifty students. No boys admitted under thirteen years of age. Key. F. H. Barron, Prest. For catalogues address l| Marshall C. Allah*-.., Dean KOTEEEY BARBER SHOP A over Printing office Op* Every Day In _W*e Week. [a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 November 1905

Highland Hecohdek. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued crcrv Friday eveninKbT H- B. WOOD, eWTon ?*.:lt-_> _--<_r__s:___.3xa-__*:_*_. Snlered at the Monterey poatOf_.ee ae aecoud class matter. vionterev, Va., Friday, Nov. 24. 1905 w:i! wai inc thc est pie as at I wi University of Virginia Nov. 21st, 1905 President E A Alderman left l?st Friday Dight for New York Cit* where he will spend a week un bus? iness. On Tuesday evening, Nov 21st, he will speak at the ail nu-ll dinner of the New York Chamber of Commerce. The other speakers on this occiision will he Secretary P.litiu Root, Hon Joseph ll Choate. and Gen Horace Porter. President Alderman will discuss the "'Making j of a National Spirit/' emphasizing j the necessity of applying our best 1 democratic ideals to the solution of our national problems. On Monday and Tuesday of last week. Professor Thornton repre? sented the University at a meeting j of the Association of State Univer siHes in Washington, Prof. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 November 1905

HIGHLAND KELOKDE LOCALNEWS. PERSONAL ' Brief Items of Interest to Hoi Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Paul, sin of Peter (rum, E: was in Monterey Tuesday. ! Gum's home is in th** West, and had not visited his people here i nine years. Mr Norris Herold and son Ev< et, of Mill Gap, were in town Tue day, and added a new natue to o subscription list. Mr G T Shumate has sold 1 mail route, from Hightown to Cra bottom, to Mr Garnet Mullenax. Mr E H McClintic went to Ba on Wednesday morning. His vis there and elsewhere will inc-lu several weeks. The Union Pacific Railroad coi plimented this office with a vei handsome picture, ''The Oldest I habitant. The picture is that i a large Buffalo us seen in prim times. Our energetic farmer, Mr A Turner, of the Trimble neighbo hood, sold a nice bunch of cattl this week, to Mr Wm Stephens-) Ac C W Trimble's you will fin a nice line of seedless raisins, cu rant!*-, California peaches, apricot L L raisins, dates, figs, cocoanu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 24 November 1905

mm^E The Witch of Cragenstone By ANITA CLAY MUNOZ, Author of "In Love and Truth" Copyright, 1905, bu Anita Clay Munoz sgnjK jh*>*<;> ^K^4>jj>tMHM,*4*^*"ti*'4*^***0><l>*i*^>*l*^^! ??fff???f?f?YffffVTfV^ff?fT?fV?TT?TTTTTTVTTTVvTTYT?T? CHAPTER XIV. UNDER a tree that spread its leafy branches over tbe grass that stretched out before the bouse the young mistress of the Mayland farra, wearing a dress of thinnest white linen, sat with her lover ou a wooden bencli. Both were sileut, La Fablenne watching with interest the endeavors of a young robin that was struggling with a large ground worm aud Margaret absorbed in her own thoughts, that seemed from the pensive and serious expression on her face to be far away and troublesome. Although large clouds had spread themselves over the sky, Obscuring the sun, the heat of tbe aftefnoon seemed to exceed tbat of the mluing, Not a leaf stirred; the dogs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 1 December 1905

MONTEREY. HIGHT M COUNTY VA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1905 NO. 45 , < . .ii miller. ? MekchaNTF, f?-r.?t?. Hui! i more, Md. Kl buy your i.trv, Game, Fruits, iind Crain JlGHEST MARKET PUKE. Mum*?fair treatment n. bes?Commercial and Farmers Ittaiore. Citizen Central Na Ink;(New York. to l-l 06 ^ENR THURSDAY. SEPT 2lsT Tl/Davisansi Elkins College,! TCi.kixs, West Virginia. '-?? j Cqnrsfs in Arts, Philosophy, and J lie/ice lending to the decree of > . New and ??pleiMlid equip fit. Dormitory and Dining Ball. fnerons endowmen t,making terms Jthin n*acll nf all. "Christian, influence. In connection with 'ie College is The Dayis and Elkins Preparatory School. Boarding Depart 'nient limited to fifty students. No boys admitted under thirteen years of age. Key. F. H. Barron, rrest. For catalogues address Marshall C. Allah*!), Denn iffiNTEEEY BARBER SHO? over Printing office >en Every Day in tlio Week. baying, Maui Cutting, Sham >1 pooino, etc. V r clean ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 1 December 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. / r (?nurd ercrv Frldav evening hy M. B. WOOD, COtTOa JLS7S ~*~73BX.Z?XXE:~k. intered at the Monteiey postofflce as second class matter. Monterey, Va.. Friday, Dec. 1, 1905 Bi Hi in Cr an Si m Involving millions of money and making tlie issue of a dispute that bas dragged through nearly half a hundred years the snit of Virginia against West Virginia, soon to be brought in the Supreme Court of Ilia United Slates promises In de? velop into one of the caines erv* bres of the cent orv ? The suit will be watched throughout lita country willi keen? est interest. Matters of great mo? ment to both Stale* are at stake, and the remarkable history of the case will attract general attention i.oit. Vast sums of raonev will be gained or lost by the litigation. West Virgiuia may be forced to pay out a sum approximating $30,000,000. Virginia, whatever the decision, will lose nothing, and in fact, will emerge high and dry and freed at last from the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 1 December 1905

're: S feen [aft< [Mil lean has pre: Wh bee and har I Tri jur cots Juts,, Ihon [tives fonte? in nd av |of the re been sub jd make [rfd need fol -ab) ,s, shirts, i in mons. vn in tbe your se the verv [gentleman jonth, has with his the week. a big stock lerwear, and of winter st quality [E B White the nice line Whitelaw's. iiarlottesville, j, has purchas of his par? lor which he lor. & Co's for a Asher's worst wools, etc. ?ach at Monte Iratton and I lie River, John eo W Colaw, ly Snvder, of A Wade, of In town Tues ice len of le is vis W kv at lits are more isuallv l)W you >ns ker a six Green bri first love." In mons pro to 1 Iti ma she uec wa ed eqt am in j: the ed re! an thi cai no rv pr. -wt tal do wi ho to RP br li; m pi gi ll la t! fl Sf P with David or the West eturned to (ling. Both temporarily Ol|iio, but the Nebraska. and poifcltrv season, now tjb be in full assumed any large is yet. [a ''speak* asy" uspeak JsYweek, s said to have out of ri is...

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