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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 August 1900

HIGHLAND VOL. xxn. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND. COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 10.1900. NO. 35. THE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD. From Cheyenne, Wyo., the execu? tive committee of the Frontier Day celebration has sent invitations to Col. William J. Bryan and Col. Theodore Roosevelt to attend the celebration on September 12 and 13. At Waynesboro, Pa., Howard G. Speck is lying at his home fatally In? jured. While walking over the top of the Western Maryland Railroad trestle he made a misstep and fell over thc side to the ground, a distance of 30 feet. The County Canvassing Board of Paralico county, N. C., which has been barricaded in the courthouse at Bay boro to protect itself from the angry mob, was relieved shortly after day? break hy the arrival of the militia. As thc result of a pitched battle with moonshiners near Johnson, 20 miles from Paul's Valley, I. T., one deputy marshal was slightly wounded and an? other, Schrimpsher, of Paul's Valley, ls miffing. At Oil City, Pa., the union machin? ists, who have been...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 August 1900

44 ionland Recorder. i Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued er-erv Friday treninptiv "W. KT. MATHETTT, Enteied at the Monterey portofflce a? second fin:-s matter. Monterey, -Va., Friday, Aug 10, 1000. Under Virginia's last pension ne! there are 7,009 new pensioners s-nd .?here is left for distribution among .them I2O.CQ0, ahir*b is- less thur ,$3 for each one. : Kev: Henry M. Whartrm, P. D. fi big gan nf the D?pti*t church, an et angel int of note in-Marv him and Virginia, an 1 a founder of cp plumages and missions., luis boot charged with obtaining money un der false pretenses, In the 10th District. The party lines are rio* dmwi for the great political fight, whicl .will tillie place in November, am the two parties know the issues ol the hattie and the men who aro i< i present them. In the tenth district Hie demo t crats will of course rttpuort, for congress, the regaitur noiuinee, lion. H. D. Flood, for the reason that he is unifties*j mably, the nom? inee of the party, the c...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 August 1900

Highland Reckoder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL. 3$rief Items of Interest, to Home ? Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. ltiraRixpfih Pulley of Staunton is \isiting friends in Monterey. '? W W Stephenson E*q. of the River was in town Monday. ' Miss Grace Ruff, after but- a few days stay at home, left on T issday ? to enier a training B^boel in Phila? delphia, Mr C S Mc Nu! ty accom? panied her tis fur us Staunton. ' Mr C i Thompson of Staunton spent Tuesday night in town. Tildie is no doubt, hut .that High? land county will he blessed with a 'good corn crop. Dr Sam Johnston of Franklin spent Sunday in Monterey. Ria mother who had breen visiting Mrf L A OrndorfT several weeks return ed home with him. Mr. Wm K Rodger** eft Bjlrns ?yHie is getting well along with his house at Indar Springs It will be used for hoarders. Mrs G W Hevcner and son Ed? win of Swops are twiting Bigb 1 md relatives. Dr I ll Trimble returned I dav eyening fro..: ptnjinton'tti which point ho had taken his Washin...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 10 August 1900

REV. DR. TALMAGE. rilE EMINENT DIVINE'S SIMM* DISCOURSE. Subject : The Kimi of Religion That tin World Meed.?Only That Which Come* Straight On?n From Heaven Cnn Bc of Henefll lo Humanity. (CorrrlKllt M***' Washington, 1). C.? From Norway. where Dr. Tannage is now staying, he sends (he following discourse, in wbicll h? shows thal I lie world eau never lie lx>ne li ted hy a religion ot human manu fad ure, which cavil] yields to ont's surroundings lu. ipi!-! have a religion let dowe fron heaven; text, Amos vii, 8: "And the Lor.! laid unto me. Amos, whet soest thou'.' An< 1 said. A plumb 'inc.'' The solid memory of tbe world has foi rae a fascination. Walk about Mme, of (ht triumphal arches and thc cathedrals. 40( or 600 yeera old, and sec them stand ai ?reel a^ when they were budded. walls ol great height, for centuries not brading i nunrter *>1 au inch this ht\ or tlift. Sr ?neatly honored were the masons av lu budded the** walls that they were frei fr nu taxation ,.nd called...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 August 1900

HIGHLAND ECORDER VOL. xxn. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 17. 1900. NO. 34. THE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD. A passenger train on the Lehigh and New England Railroad struck an nm nlbus containing 25 persons at Ben ninger'fi Crossing, about thre<> miks east of Slatington, Ta., and eleven of the passengers in thc 'bus were in? stantly killed, a number of others be? ing fatally injured. The injured were immediately conveyed to St. Luke's Hospital, South Bethlehem, on a spe? cial train. R. H. Ferrell, a former employee ol' the Adams Express Company, was ar? rested in Columbus, Ohio, and con? fessed to the murder of Express Mes? senger Lane and ihe robbery of thc safe on tbe Pennsylvania eastbound train. One thousand dollars of the money was recovered. John Peck, of Ea<t Fallowfield Township. Pa., became crazed on the subject of the Avar in China and aa cut gunning for preachers because he be? lieved they were responsible for the trouble. Nine persons 'if a pii-nic parly Avore str...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 August 1900

liiGiiLAxp Recorder, ^ ._[_ Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued eren- Fridc.v tveninjrbv 'AT". KC. 3VIATHENT, sc^r-row aits r--cr=3Z-isixEr*. tS fcnteied tl the Monterey postoftice as second cla.^s matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Aug. 17, 1000.; The kissing- bug must have gout* Out nf business Mince Hobson was discovered. J Robert Fit awi romona hos again been placed in line for the heavy ?weight Championship by knocking out, with that famous solar plexus blow, in thc sixth found, Gus Khalin, the 194 plunder from Ohio. Gus was badi*/ ]>tit out :ind had to V?e set up with. Jeffries has chal? lenged the winner and that halt lr wiil be pulled nfl about Sept. 1st. Russia dickering with China itulo pern'e itly; England bindii g tromps at Shanghai, where tbere bal been ; ino serious trouble; Germany nam? ing Ibe.Coumander-in-Chief of the foreign troops in China; the gov? ernment of China trying to trick the foreign ministers at Pekif, i i eluding the American minister, in? to going ....

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 August 1900

Highland Recrodek LOCAL NEWS. I III. ..I.-.IM? PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to Honit Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr. Ephrian Gum of Straigh Creek was in town recently. Mr. V. F. Haroun* and son o: Back Creek, were in town Saturday Mr and Mrs Paris Johnston anc little son Ralph are spending thi; ^** --^*5'?Hk at Bolar. Miss Edna Benson is visiting hei sister Airs L E Campbell at Dun more. VV. Va. Mrs SC Eagle of Doe Hill wen! to Bolar last Saturday to speiu sometime. On Monday Mr. .lames Ryder': 'little girl fell from a gate anc 'broke her wrist. Dr. K. Il, Trim 'ble was called in. Dr Robert Fleming will preach 'in the Methodist church at Monte? rey on Sunday evening at 7:45. Miss Emma McClintic, in com? pany with her brother, Mr. Chas. McClintic returned Monday from -un extended visit in W. Va. 0 Wilson, Esq. who wns right ?ick the first of the week is im? proving. At the Parsonage, in Monterey, Tuesday Dight Rev. J R Tillery officiating, Miss Minnie C ll Grif?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 17 August 1900

Conrt Home Didn't Make Town. "My home town of Orangeville, Ida? ho, is an example of the rapid growth of communities," says Mr. J. F. Ainslie ?'A few years ago the county-seat was established at the town of Mount Ida? ho. A court house was constructed and the nucleus of a town begun. It was not long afterward that Orange? ville sprang into existence. Today Mount Idaho, with its court house, has fallout twelve families, and Orangeville, only a few miles distant, has a popu? lation of 1,200 people."?Washington Fost. Ornamental Penmanship Going "Th^ day for the ornamental pen? man as far as the departmental service is concerned has gone," says an expe? rienced official. "In some cases, nota? bly the interior department, the clerk who was depended upon to do the ornamental penwork was and is a lady The type-writer has supplanted the or? namental writer and is now used in everything that goes out of the de partm?nt. In years gone by appoint? ments and commissions were alwayi made out by ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 August 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 24. 1900. NO. 35. "THE WOODLAND CAMP, "There is e spot where the plumy pines ''O'erhang the sylvan banal ot Otter; Where pigeon* feed among the vines That hang ahove the limpid water. There wood-ducks build in hollow trees, And herons among the matted sedges \\ hile drifting on the summer breeze Moat satin clouds with silver edges. V Tis there the blue jay hides her nest. lu thickest shade of drooping boshes, The lish-hawk. statue-like in rest, Stands guard o'er glassy pools s reaches. The trout beneath the gussy brink, Looks out for shipwrecked flics and midges, Tlie red deer comes in search of drink i'rom laurel brake and woodland ridges. 'Beneath a hemlock grim and dark Where shrub and vine are intertwining, Our shanty stands well roofed with hark, In which a cheerful fife us shining. The smoke ascends ui spiral wreaths. With upward carves the sparks are >vending. Thc toffee ke'tlje sing* beneath, ,? Where smo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 August 1900

l'JmilLAJXD Recokdek. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ererv Fridav t vening bv W. H. -IVEATKCElSr^r, jEntqicd at the Monterey postolV.ce a? second class matter. Monterey, Ya., Fridav, Aug 84, 1000. it is significant that fnenl- of P*he arltninistration are beginning ftq talk aliout the probability of tne adminstration being compelled to take Chinese territory in lieu or cash indemnity. This ir? believed-to ibe a feeler of the public puke. Henry Clay was the only man " -diiUwfeed-v?4reTrTit>niinate(l for Pre? sident again after being fief eal ed when first nominated. That nnd ,pther important political facts were recalled by Col. E. Mci'. Ford, n well-known georgia lawyer, now jin Washington, when lie said: ?"With one exception every man ,who has received a second nomina? tion for the presidency, -if'ter hav? ing been defeated the first time, has been elected. In 170(5 Thomas Jefferson was defeated by John Adams*. In 1$00 Jefferson was nom? inated again and electad. In 1S24...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 August 1900

Highland recroder LOCAL NEWS. PERSONAL. Brief Items of Interest to llonii Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Mike Math en j of Back Creel was in town Tuesday. Mrs. C. P. Jones spent Suitdaj -with friends at Franklin. Mrs Lanra Cross of West Augusti is visiting Monterey friends. I J) The Ued Oak Knob picnic baw day is the last social e-.vent. Mr. and Mrs. ll. L. Matheny anc little son Wallace were in towt Saturday. MrsS W Sterrett and daughter Mis3 Nannie spent Tuesday ii town. Mr. and. John Sipe returnee this.week from . West Va. where Mi\.L$i*fc had been engaged iii painting. Hon. Charles P. Jones went to Charlottesville this week on busi? ness couuected with the Universi? ty of Virginia, as its president. A McKinley or Bryan badge free with each 5c package chewing gum at Orndorff s. Mr and Mrs J M Crowley of McDowell were in town yesterday. Mrs Dau'l Kexrode of Bullpas tu re is dead. Depositions in a case in which James C Lightner of Bath and F. D Wade of Lewisburg ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 24 August 1900

REV. BR, JALMAGE. TH* KM1NKNT DIVINE'S CUNHA) MSCOUasK. ?*"--*ry grand property. It?> f ^od*"* thoughts in bloom. ,' God's* thoughts in stone. Subject: Spiritual Values? Earthly Rlche Are Transitory, But ide Gloried ol Heaven'Are Everlasting?Compares tlie Priceless SonI With the Valueless Hod*. tcoryriRht laavl Washing ton, D. C. ? From Berlin, v. here he preached in the American church to a congregation comprising many of his countrymen who are traveling through Europe, Dr. Talmage sends this discourse, in which, by original methods, he calcu? lates spiritual values and urges higher ap predation ai things religious. 1 lip text is Mark viii. 36: ,7What shall it profit a man if he shall gain the whole world and lose his own soul?" Men of all occunations are to be found i?i thc assemblies of the house of God. but in these days oi extensive business opera tions a large proportion arc engaged from Monday morning to Saturdav night in bar? gain making. In many of the families across th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 August 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., AUGUST 31. 1900. NO. 36. A DAY IN THE WOODS. 'A feller feels like drowsin'?for the air is full o' dreams; Far off the cow-bells tinkle by thc cool an' shaded streams; 'An' the wooin' winds invite you where the bees are on the wing, An' the birds are makin' merry where the honey-suckles swing. / Sing a song o' summer? "Tinga ling-a-ling!" Cattle boys a-sleepin' ,.. Where the honeysuckles swing. A feller feels like loafin'; for the weath? er's fair and fine, An' the fishin' rod's a-bobbin' to the threbbin' o' the line; An' the river-banks invite you where a breezv chorus swells, An' scenes' o' joy delight you wberc thc cattle shake their bells. Sing a song o' summer? "Ting-a-hng-a-ling!" Fishermen a-noddin' Where the honeysuckles swing. It's good to be a livin' in this weatherir night an' mom; When you hear a song o' plenty rn thc rustle o' the com! When a picture o' the harvest shines in everv drop o' dew, An' the old world...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 August 1900

we.believed better, men to lei it. We found them indifferent or helpless. We are i'or men that ac? complish reforms, not for .those who only profes3 them. It is not names, but realities that attract us. We believe in the substance, not the semblance of things. Mr. Plood and those those associated them? selves with him stand for the most pressing and important reform un? dertaken in Virginia in its history. Its accomplishment means the pre? servation nf our civilisation. Their reward must come from the best and moat patriotic citizens or from no one. We cannot believe these will refuse tc give it." ftotica to Tsachcrs. An examination on the first year's work of the Professional Course of Study will be held in Monterey on Wednesday, Sept. 5. 11)00. Also, an opportunity will be given to take an examination on the regular branches at the same time arid place. Certificates will not he renewed except in strict accordance with law. 13 H. Haxskl, Supt. School.-, McDowell, Va. Highland Co. A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 August 1900

Highland IIeckodeb * XrOCALNEWS PERSONAL. jBrief Items of Interest to ll omi Folks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. t H. M. Pullin Esq. of the Bul ..pasture was in town Monday. Dr W R Sirou and wife of Mc Dowell were here Monday n sh or ? while. S.J.Carson Esq. made a busi? ness trip to Staunton this week. When you get your cattle monej <pay off your debts commencing a the newspaper man. Mr and Mrs Joseph Burkina* .and two little daughters, Elizabetl and Gladys, of Staunton are visit Jng Mrs. Barkmau's sister, Mrs. W :fl. Matheny. Pay the newspaper man "fust1 ?when you get your cattle money. Sam P. Priest, Esq. and soi (Robert of Franklin, spent Sunda) }in Monterey, guests of Mr. L. A. <?arichoff. Mr. Chas. McClintic spent Sun ,.day in town. Mr W H Williams of McDowell neighborhood was in town Monday ,on business. Ik's the idea to get rid of your 'little debts first?the newspaper bill for instance?when you get ?your cattle money. Lost?Between Monterey and 'Wm. Waggoners,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 31 August 1900

FAMILY OP ENGINEERS. Lon; and Faithful Railroad Service of AU of Them. Michael W. Regan,who was killed in the wreck of the fast bound mall train of the Lake Shore at Westfield on Wednesday, May 23, was one of the best known locomotive engineers in this part of the country. He was In the employ of the Lake Shore for a generation, and always enjoyed tho confidence of the officials of the line as a man who could make tho time and do careful, conscientious work. Regan began railroading as a fireman in 1863 on the State line work train ol the old Buffalo & State Line road, af? terward extended to Erie, and calleJ the Buffalo & Erle, and finally merged Into the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern. In 1866 he got his Btep and took the throttle of a switch engine at Dunkirk. The next year he ran tho work train at Silver Creek, and on July 1, 1869, ho went on the road as a freight engineer. In 1880 he was pro? moted to a passenger run, and up to bis untimely end piloted the passenger ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 September 1900

r HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. xxn. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., SEPTEMBER 7. 1900. NO. 37. WITH YOU AND THE DREAMS. (A Song). The darkness is with rac?my love, my own; The stars have lost their beams; But I feel a touch, and I hear a tone:? I'm with you and the dreams! 'And fairer and dearer Uhr sad life seems .With you and the beautiful dreams! II. Here, in this desolate, ghostly room, There arc memories, token* and efssiM Of days that are dead, and of sweet ? word?, said:? I'm with you and the dreams! How sing the birds and the sea swept streams, "With you and the beautiful dreams! T III. Is life all dreaming? 1 know not, dear! But wh-itever it is or seems, Thankful, the bitterest cross I near If I'm only with you and the dreams! If I'm only with you, in tho dark or thc gleams? "With you and thc beautiful drearor! -Frank L. Stanton, in the Atlanta Con? stitution. O0000Q3Q0OO90OO0O0O0CG00QQ Q 0 8 o 8 8 | Nora's Trust. ? ? jf) i'\ Ann Devan. "ooocooooooooooocoooooooop 6 ^^gr~ TELL you...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 September 1900

?i!GHLAND RECORDED Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued eTerv Fridav tYen,ing,bv ?i3ZT?ia ^.zrx> awaPjiss ayasjbaa. ?jEnt?red at the Monterey postofUee a second class matter. Monterey, Va,, Friday, Sept 7, 190! {NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKE For President, \WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vice Pjepiilervt, ADLAI E. STEVENSON, of Illinois. jFOR CONGRESS-TENTH DISTRIC II. D. FLOOD, ,of Appomattox. ?Electicui day. Tuesday, Nov. 6,1900. Typhoid Fever. The Bulletin of the Virgini Board of Health for August, in u .article on typhoid fever, sav;? yo .must look well to your water suppl and see that it is pure. In part th article is as follows,* ''Typhoid fever js reported t prevailing in sixty-five of the on hundred counties of the Stat What is the cause of the genen outbreak of this dreadful diseas throughout the State? Itjs.stal ed to be beyond quest ion a water tborn disease, aud due to the contain jnation of the water supply ju th yarious cities, towns and hones. Look carefull...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 September 1900

Highland Reckod: LOCAL NEWS. ,gaa?a?a?aaaaasasa?asas?aass M TEKSONAL. jBricf Items of Interest to H Folks About Their Frieu And Acquaintances. Mr Orndorff says bis McKi ibadges are slow sale. Miss Sudie .Stephenson ?makes her home at. Staunto visiting her brother L. H. Step son Esq. Miss Mattie Camp be .also a guest of Mr. Stephenson Mr. S G Dever and wife of i'Gap were in town recently. Mr C 'J Burns of Valley Ce ,called last week and renewed -subscription. Mr and Mrs Coe Beverage, .and Mrs Edward Beyerage and R W Lightner spent Sunday \ friends in this neighborhood. Miss Lucy Arbogast who I] fthe summer here, left on Wed day for Baltimore to prepare <the fall season in millinery. .Mr Arthur Noel of Green B ?returned this way from a trip Jjluefield. Visit the wonderful Root Herb Doctor now.located at Moi rey with Natures Remedy Co. C aultation and advice free. He rt your dispase without asking s ?questions. Wanted?At once, a good < jenter, one experienced in sa>h i door ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 7 September 1900

REV. DUALMAGE. THE EMINENT DIVINE'S BTJNDJ DISCOURSE. Subject: The Garden or the Klnc?Clnl the Founder and Gardener?The Flov era and Fruits of Keliglous Devotiv ?The Beauty of Right Living. [Copyright hhki.i "Washington, D. C.?This sermon D Talmage sends from a halting place i his journey through tho valleys of Swit erland. It seems to have been prepare amid the bloom and aroma of a garde midsummer. The text is Song of Sol mon v, 1, "I am come into my gorden." The Bible is a great poem. We have i it faultless rhythm and bold imagery ar startling anthithesis and rapturous lyr and sweet pastoral and instructive narr tive and devotional psalm; thoughts e pressed in style more solemn than tin of Montgomery, more bold than th; of Milton, more terrible than that Dante, more natural than that of Word worth, more impassioned than that Pollok, more tender than that of Coupe more weird than thai of Spenser. Th peat poem brings all the gems ol tl earth into its coronet, and it weaves tl flames...

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