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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 1 December 1905

IL li The Witch Cragenstone of Copyright, 1905. bu Anita Clau Munoz By ANITA CLAY MUNOZ, Author of "In Love ind Truth" ?ffJfifJffffffMfMHfffflHWn*lfffttf?fffffffftt? fe Unable to understand ana nracn be? wildered, Simon watched Hetty as she uirily lifted ber skirts ami, holding her head very high, walked up and down the dairy in imitation of a grand lady. "For thou knowest, Simon,*' she con? tinued, with a patronising nod, "me? thinks to marry a French courtier who will come anon on a white steed to woo me and take me back with him to Par? is, there to set me op in a grand palace, With countlc.. nerving men and wum en to do my bidding." "Hetty, what nonsense is this':'' Si? mon cried ill desperation. "What man is this thou lovcsi?" " 'Tis no man that 1 e'er seen as yet." Hetty continued her pacing up and down. "But know this. Simon Kempster, that I'll ha' none of thee. Dost think I would bother with thy little scraggly farm when I can he mistress of a grand attatel However." she con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 December 1905

MUND Yv iTT lfH?TPPT?T iSSTcimVA., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8 NO. 46 J > J yt* BlGIfMARKET PRICE. ?, ,,*B? rpfl/~f?ir treatment """"teed. Ban^f('i?nces/)m??r^'&, and Farmers tiW.'^a't'/5 < iHzeu Central Na ,0i?lB?,Jwlork. lol.1(,6 *EOPE; ls 'kins KSD^y. SEPT 21ST andElifmfCoilif; '"^st Virginia. il'r8"8i-/ArKP|lii?a<iphv, HIld HQft^ ,^lt,K f() t|ie foy^ nf and splendid equip Fnut.?rv and Dining Hall. Endowment,making terms jh of all. Jr., influence. In connection with ege is The Dayis and Elkins ?ory School. Boarding Depart lited to fifty students. No boys i under thirteen years of age Kit P. H. Barron. Prest. catalogues address Marshall 0. Allafen, Dean lONTEEEY barber bhdt over Printing <>ffjce Open Every Day in the Week. Shaving, Hair ('utting, Sham? pooing, ETC. A clean towel with every shave Chas- Dlgga Barber ' Albert Shultz Bookseller, Stationer, and Printer,|| PC UNI^R THE TOWN CLOCK |? Staunton, Va. PATENTS 1 TRADE-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 December 1905

Highland Recorder. Terms, fl.00 a Year In Advance. iMned f??-r< I'ridav fvrninjt.' lit Jr?. B. WOOD, corrow a.i<t? z?Tj3?i-ioirE?. Sintered at the Monterey postoffice ap second class matter. v Monterey, Va., Friday, Doc. 8, 1905 Education Commission Lynchburg, Va.. Dec. 1 ?The convention of the Cooperative Edu? cation com mission came to a close here tonight, the meeting heuiL' pronounced by ali a success, from every viewpoint. Among the pa? pers and addresses presented .it the morning session were these from Superintendent Dobie, on kinder garden Work; Miss Maria P Duval. on Citizens' Associations of the South; Willis A Jenkins, on Effie i ent Supervision; Superintendent ilulvey, of Rockingham; Supervi? sor Maphis. of Charlottesville; E H Russell, who pleaded for the fee? ble-minded children of the state; W A Howies, who championed thf cause of education of the colored deaf, dumb and blind; Dr Charles W Kent, University of Virginia. AM OPEN FORUM In the open f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 December 1905

PERSONAI [terns of Interest to Honu M About Thei/Friends And Aca"??t ? ?*? lr J A Wbj^pW lost a fim pe last SnmlW the result o jger-wced. lesser* John Jfri rn ble and son 1 ll, had thytuisfortune to los iree cattle frrfn their herd nea lightown. /Death was due t 'ack leg. The teauVof Mi Wasson Terr} left stat di/g in front of J Lum ford & So?s\ Monday morning, it dui ged i/a little rutt-awav dow lain Street. No damage ws ie. Tom Reyercomb and cousi TRebecca Revercomb, of eastei fhlaud ca'iie to Monterey th Arning. ^iss Sallie Compbell is yisitiii ?r sister, Mrs Adam Stephenso (t High town. gST'To subscribers who have bet \l in the habit of paying their su scription in wood: We could ma use of a little just now. Messers William Jones, of D Hill, C H Slaven and Dr Whit law, of the Crabbottom Valb braved the cold of Monday, a were seen in Monterey. Mr M A J oh aeon, of Lewisbu W Va, after a pleasant visit to uncle at Vanderpool and cousin. S Johnson, of Monteroy, retun home...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 8 December 1905

^44444444IA44444A44A4l4A44illiAA4AA4AAA^4MA4AIAA4f 4M> ?Hf *??*??????.?%??*.%%?**?*?****?*?.***??* + ?**???***?* The Witch of Cragenstone ??? By ANITA CLAY MUNOZ, 2&X CopurHjht. 1905. bu Anita Clay Munoz Author of J The loiterers usually standing aoout the village hostelry, the Sign of the Red Heart, taking advantage of the absence of La Fabienne, also his man Gaston, now talked together loudly and with great earnestness of the lad Christopher's tragic death; also other evil happenings that had occurred In the village of late. One or two men, more excited than the rest, threw out their nruis wildly, with angry and vindictive gwticulatiou, as they harangued the others, and above their heads, as if with a desire to be heard, the time worn, weather beaten old square of wood, with a red heart painted upon it, that from long years of exposure to the elements was now dull and faded, swung and creaked noisily on the iron bar over the door of the tavern from which it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 December 1905

HTtHLAND \(?|.. \\.l MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY VA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1905 NO. 47 T. CtateT./ltets I !l tu- r.. 1.1 \ | -J.:" _.:.: "::;::::: -. ./ r tr.'..hi # ni and Fan 1.* 1 bwn I 'J l-l Lavis asd Hlkins Collf rKl KIN-. Uhi \ LM1XU. \rt-. [Milln, i-liv. i \ \-? il (j -.??'???'?i'd ????' I I ' 1 * \ iml Di tl I Hg H nt.uak.Qi \> r t -tim intliicncc In ron nfc lion ? tin ( .s:!,_t jv ii,, I ? \\r\ I li KAUtOX, I'f I r l -.t ? i tflai-whal i.I). m:.";::.:: barber :::: r Pru.lin j ? '!'<??? open Every Day i the Week. Shwinc, Huh IVmKG, Sha A . Iran ??>\*?> I ? il ii ri .rv nhill Chas* Diggs- Barbe Albert Shult: Bookseller, Stationer, and Printer UNDER THE TOWN CLOCI St au ni on. Va. A TRADE-MARKS promptly ohtained in . .i.i.-N mt aa tm. m. mama patents THAT PAY. advertise tht in thoroughly, at our ?. ? :>onse, and help > ou to success. Bead model, photo or (.ketch for FREE l*pott on luitenbtbility. ?0 years' practi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 December 1905

????t**ss-ww----a>_________MW____^,____M__a_^ Highland Kecokdek. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. (??oed cT.rv Friday evening _t H. B. WOOD, ccitcr JL.X7XS s?*c*3ai_i?xs=_?. Entered at the Monterey postoffice a' second class matter. Monterey. Va.. Friday Dec. 15, 100.1 New Industry. Mr .1 ll Cross of We-t Augusta ha*-, sold lo Mr fha** V Squibb, ?1 Squibb & Son. liri oki) n N. V man ufacturers of the world-known "Squibb's mixture" his extensiv* holdings around West Augusta, in eluding farm, hotel, stave mill and the Staiinton-Monterey mail mite equipment, for the sum of 180,009 practical Iv wwii. He ({ives poxsen sion .lanuarv l>t. Mr ami Mrs ?>?*** will I hen move to their Brown Ai len farm at Jennings' (inp, where, thc coming spring, thev will build a handsome residence. Thev wili he greatly missed at West Augu**ti< hy people from all over the conti' try who have enjoyed their charm ing hospitality, and their tahU loaded with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 December 1905

KDEK j H Vt ?? j niou | alar wini ?est to Home j of S (eir Friends i pas* 1 in tan ces. I?no ? jvelo rilson and D K \"? Til. were in Monte ! mor j sate itt, of Pinckney, was <" ?? n Tuesday. Fiday night at Hotel for jarr ribli wea dun bon bled and lab*-! Jones left on Wed norning for Portsmouth, be present, as a bridesmaid marriage of Miss Muriel and Mr La Route. ff an cv line of box candies, nuts, ??s, fruits etc. A place to get redients for Christinas cakes. 1 Q Simmons. Misses Nora and Lucy Wilson spent Sunday at Vii na, on the Cow-1 "'ds pasture, the home of their uncle, (cow B T Hook. Esq., who is in feeble! li imp on I ami inti health. but Miss Cora Sipe, a pheasant and de I ijfe serving young lady, has accepted i position as saleslady withShreckhise ! & Bear. She will be glad to have |the her Highland frieuds call when in Kre Staunton. of t Mr Wm Wagoner and wife, of j J Naples, were in town Wednesday j ene trading at the stores. iqll(l Mr W H Willimill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 December 1905

41. 4mA 4m b?M^*H?*^*i>*?*?*l>^ The Witch of Cragenstone By ANITA CLAY MUNOZ, tii Author of "In Love and Truth" Copyrlohl. 1905. __ Anita C!au Munoz -t*2Ki?2"?<tM^t*<3""{'^JXjK3^ ?^i*^HtM^jK3><jw><?MjH??wtH*MgM^CM?><;><rM*>?H*it'^jHV>i~)<;v''>'>."i > '>.'? jAC*>.*C*,'*'O'iKi*V''iM;:M3*0MrM*->'i*l^' ?TVTTVTTYTVTTTTTTVTVTTYVYVtTVrVvvVVVVVVfTVyVVVVVVVVV** V "Heedless caUant!" be exclaimed lo fi low, terrible voice. "Wouldst thou touch alight belonging to an accomplice of a witch? Hath forgotten Cbrlstop-ter? John." calling to the Innkeeper, "throw a burning fagot ou that devil's Instru? ment that it may be consumed!" "Wilt thou take thc cavalier's words and make no answer, man'.*" whisper? ed a neighbor, following Josiah into the drinking room ol' the tavern....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 January 1906

i mnuY, high vIFRIDAY/JAN. 5, 1900 NO. 1 '"fluenc-i PT School fe1" ? ft6dt<> fifty _i_2_*r,(i under thf ? lU(hn^. feater _^_^^,i,, of:: p'">^ "ind Every Da the ive<*. * H;,R eben. VOOIXQ, ETC ' wtoWeJ ff/f/) r Di _>?<> wa J}; ery pi j'j Al Shnl ^seller, tationer, and Print*, ^etowncloJk1"'1 [Xi_pj Kefer Ink and Cr# r >0____?|0_>TS, ?BBOHi IDC -il sn kp 3ipi<S |t Street JTIMORfD ridged onl liale comlox tiis mnriWe '?val Kif fl.* '?'**'terned ,> wv' Cti?tK!lS, ScJl lee, make it w ex ,pt t fi^lffrjf' cut sdou iaTF,c Co,T f Cfo lill > AlJt's.ip utiin tfru, Wily, 8ia.|th \Y H MIX I rta 4)0, ?! Mei; nfs EB.\|LISI| IJi*ncf_Lih >'* SiL flati ipelphi Prod ul l|>m_eMSAgel _}: an'j ins. il St, delphn-a 1890 Nation Ratstlila., Kx elm ol tink, DiJ/i.) TENTS _>E-MARKS promptly obtaine_ ,? s, or no lev. We ob___ PATENTS! '#\Y, a-ver-HC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 January 1906

* ?mets******* fe ? -c Tr Highland Uecokdeb Tums, $1.00 a Year in Advance. 7 3 r t sr ul-tl everv Fritlav e-enlnRby H. B. WOOD, coiron _s.?r_: -?-rai3_is_x__:*?. Sntcred at the Monterey postofficc as second class matter. Monterey, Va.. Friday, Jan. 5, 190(5 Announcement. The poems bv f"!in A Curry, tbe helpless bani of Mt ('lure, which hare appeared in these col? umns from time to limn during Hie past six mouths, with an addition ol' some that tire vet unpublished, are being prepared in a Billilli vol? ume and bound in paper covers in book form, otid will lie ready for ihe market by tlie 20th inst. The book will contain a selection of the best of his productions dtir Vi'iKi JUS "dictions., and will cover 40 ] j ? ' ". " *??s? s-ij a, '" Milro- i auction by his boyhood friend and V playmate. Attorney Felix 0. Stit-M lon, of Clarksburg; which will be neatly bound, and sold at this of? fice, or sent postpaid on receipt of Vu cents. ' Remember this is not a .scheme tVrather a few quarte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 January 1906

lire pars al en lew how that it en ismess fA. C. la tere v as put ith his cu it by 'the par Mutual le left on id side of tor Craigs fwy ill. ik" and a of them j Christmas: [ttoni U. B. ll a. ni. Brill. In i Ln I paper, is up another ?, who has so hgh two sore of son and it her home in Miller Adam Fl Robt Stj Marita VVakt'. to travt| leave si $75.00 for ex i CO. ; I] cago. r has rented the iii&htown. and leii'ls here are pleased she may decide to ev lier fatnre home. *"v Gani, ol' Mon? al ye mentioned I these were pres Im^fnear Meadow (1 hast ni K s, Messrs r Gam. of Colorado >fo *spectively. ng people attending: ed to their Highland .sd the Christmas va? riag them we note he Mat hen v, Martha Bishop, l)iik Jones. Jacob Ln nsf ord, Bovd Stephenson, Robert and Miss 'S. 0 men in each Sta' t signs, advertise * ? ' of our goods. Siil.u . on th. $3 00 ppr da\ i. ROYAL SUPPLY W Atlns Block, Chi l-5-3ni >liday Visitors ig is a partial list of rous visitors ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 January 1906

A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA* <3*i The Witch of Cragenstone By ANITA CLAY MUNOZ, Author ot "In Love and Truth" Copyright. 1905. bu Anita Clau Munoz ?TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTVTTTVTTTTYTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY* The fellow did not lift lils bead. "Speak, good Gaston." "Fair mistress," he said in thiel muffled tones, "my lord left Ia? night." The glow of color that had swep over Margaret's face at Gaston's ai pearance faded away. ??Whither went he?" "I know not. mistress." "Bise, stupid," she commanded, wit! quick impatience, "and speak the mes? sage that .Sir Godfrey left for me What good reason for his going gav* he. and what tender words of counse le!'I he for me?" Tiie fellow rose, but did not mee her glance. He stood with bowed head shifting his feet nervously. '?Blockhead, wilt never speak?" Mar garet shook his arm angrily. "Good Mistress Mayland," the mai stammered, "I?I have but one wort for thee from my master"? ?"And that is?" she interrupted al most wildly iu her desperation. "Farew...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 January 1906

I-*"*1""* LA NI) 1 RECORDER ?si.iiinsniKiia JOB WORK Leave your orders forl Cards, Bill Heads,Let tcr Heads, Envelopes, Statements, Posters, etc. at thia office. All work neatly done. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY VA., FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 190(5 NO. 2 '^'mi^.ok Mew ni NTs, P??M*a.J.r.?la. HHl|inioretlld Wiii but yoir Butter. Egcs. Poui'rv, Game, Frtits, and Grail AT TH* HIGHEST M A J: Kn PRICE. Quirk tvt.rns?fa;.. irefttui??nl gu iranteed. Reftieneaa-^oamerclai nnd Fannel. 1.::nk i.altinioK-. Citixen Central Ns tiona! Bank, I\iw York. to ll Ol REOPENS WirB8D\Y BEPT 2 1st Thc Hails in. Elkins College, LUKINS Wkt Viroinu. Codraes irj Arts. Philosophy, and PcM-nre leading lo the decree o! P>. A. Nevi and "?plendiil Mjuip ment Dorn il orv ami Dining Hall. Gen^roiiaeniownieiit,niakini; terms within it'Hcl, nf nil Chrhtiar Influence. In connection villi _ The Davis and Elkins PrepaMii'cl^v ^?'?liool. Hoarding Depart roeni limited I fifty students. No boys admitted undi-i I hi r leen ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 January 1906

l&m*mmm***~mm?mm*KtmmmmmmwmmBm*tMw.mtw% Highland Recokdek. Terras, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued every Friday evening Uv n. b. woor> B.x_>tT"oi? _a_ir=) 2-c-3_?r.reii__:? Entered at the Monterey postoflice ap second class matter. Monterey, Va.. Friday, Jan. 1? 1901 Valley Apples. The Richmond Timea-Dispatcli bas the following very interestina diapatch from its Washington cor? respondent: The session of thc Virginia Hor? ticultural Society, which is to cou veno iii Richmond on the 23rd ol thi> month is attracting the atten? tion of fruit men outside Virginia. Mr. S. L. Lupton, the secretary of the society, owns a large fruit orchard in Frederi< k. which county he represented ni the state senate tor several years. Ile expects the meeting to be of unusual interest and value. He has resided in Wash? ing! n fer several months as the representative of the United Fruit Company, which runs a line of steamers from New Orleans to Pan? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 January 1906

LECOKDKK EWS. K ixl ,. itercst to Home \? 'heir Friends " is iiitanci'N. on. -after a two i , iit Ins Montera) travels on Mon- 2! of Mr and Mrs ti buried on Mon- I). II ClOCR. j -yy fe. passed through on :t return trio i , J [llespi.\ who luis <t Virginia hills. eyeniug on the |?i Pi lilllie, nf -lack-son's "1 fi load of apples to q . on Wednesday. ^ [bell, dentiat. will pl 1, .1 ann uv 18th, lo e( P ti |rst snow of the wji - us anv length of lorded some sport in ?' [isling and sleighing. t< rk|| 1 mk au earl\ :l ml lh?' old hens et fe le tu the tune of et >fl!,l .allia, who last -J nf!, or more in Mon- , li< li ns, a-sis' ing arork. sj life Stephenson, who awl t'.ir some months, tiiliiii'ind for treat a companied hy her ali t. Tr;];! .ie has joined her lr linville, the home i?f Ive ft ll Triiiible, to whose m?rrvd last week, is' it lea I condition. Her di Iuds aw lit the issue with I'hensions. d of Supervisors is in iv. and a n um her of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 January 1906

itt! *#| mWimmmL. mju nmuj iijljbu)i...-jl]l.... ..-.jijji gpss immmiH The Witch of Cragenstone | By ANITA CLAY MUNOZ, S him Author ot "In Love and Truth" <j?>>a> Copurioht, H>OS. Lu Anita Clay Munoz <?, -> ?tWTYTTTTYtTTfTTVVYTVTTTTWWtTTTTTTVTVyYYTTTTVVVfyTTT* ano seaiea, commanaing moe to Dring the prisoner in thy charge?one Mar? garet Mayland, accused of witchcraft ?before said councilor and council In the prison hall, where they will he as? sembled on the morrow at the hour of noon." Tho jailer took tho paper with troni bllng hands, stammering his surprise that so much haste bad boen deemed expedient. "The council, as thou dost know. Matthew, is composed of wise men," he observed, "men who foresee danger ami anticipate obstacles that might rise in their path:-. Thy prisoner. Jail? er, hath a lover abroad known to have vast Influence at court. As all the loads and passes are guarded by good Puritans heavi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 January 1906

' for HIGHLAND RECORDER 'OB WORK Leave your orders for Cards, Bill Heads.Let ter Heads, Envelopes, Statements, Posters, etc. at this office. All \rnri' n^aHv rion' MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY VA., FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1906 NO. Pratts ll'"1'.- M. Baltimore,Md. av; I'.nf Yoi K !*:.J?s'^t,1iio, Twits, and Oraia AT TH! "MkjMiaKKET PRICE. Quirk remH.fnir treatment pt.|VH'H'('s onBercial an,l Farmers Dank. B?-,ln?. Miti/.eu Central Na ti ohm' BwjMr frk to l-l 06 REOPEN'8 IuBaT, SEPT 2lST The Davwikins folltgt, Bum YMST VlKMNIA. Course A*, Philosophy, and Science hiAo the degree ol B. A. ^eaB splendid equip? ment. l^'ilM and Dining Hall. Qeneroi>8(fiflnen(,mHkins terms within r,,;l o ci;i>' >' iW'O. In connection with the (? ?'?'-' M'e I'i'vis and Elkins Prepa'a'"'M?. Hoarding Depart? ment limit?' Bv students. No boys admitted ui ?rteen years of age. I.B. H Bakron. Brest. For Cittyjs ntldrfss ,11 C. ANuben, Dean "vMntiii^ "ffice Open ?ry Day In Tweefr. Shaving, p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 January 1906

Highland Reookdej Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. ^v. Issued ererv Fridav evening by H. B. WOOD, Entered at the Monterey postofllce second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Jan. lil ll Pubic Education. For the benefit of those yv may not have read the message the out-going Governor, wc gi below an extract from it, settii forth his views along the line public education, lt is interest!! as foreshadowing an improveine in the system of education in V ginia-one of the burning questio of the day. This has boen greater popul interest taken in public educatit in Hie past four years than perha in the entire history of the stat During this time the welfare ai the progress of our free schorl have elicited as never before tl concern of the best character ar talent of our Commonwealth. Th??re is a hopeful sign, for pof ular indifference to our free schoo has been the chief cause of the slow groyvth. We need longi terms, fe yv er but better schools an better teachers: and to this end v must h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 January 1906

l?*UL NEWS. ? ^fcfsONAL J I Brief lt^sHnikiHterefttto Hoi Kal ks Ah<(nj 'piieir Krieinb An<l AQM.iiiintaiict's. Mr !?' (? \\A/A. a?.| Mr Kerr. "! ^'iril,, spent Sundav Monterey. Hifl?toniP*Jinrm8 installment railroad uo\vJ;J A little prematut int ret'reshiX just iii'* -ame. Mr John jf Hiner was taken su deni)' ill onfnesriay morning, bi is much iiii|I)\i'(l as we g? to pre* Mr I B lJUir.l is arranging I OCCUpv t.he|>oiii< oil second Hoi of thc CruefietI stoic building. Key A I Flaherty bas be* somewhat II imposed for more tba a week, af* has been keeping i doors. Wc ;'.ro|'';i-eil to IIIIIIOUI1C6 till Mr< Dr Tfii'M'*> whose serious il ii?'ss we entioned hist yveek, nindi imwved, "?d her friem ar.' lionel of speedv recovery. We Var. from friends of tl family, flijt. Mrs James 0 Hine ? d' AuguslL has been verv sick f< sonic t inft ist. M i-s lu Jp (.j nt. Stephenson, w 11. last week, Event to Hiehmond f treat...

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