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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 19 October 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER 1!', 1900. NO. 43. I A WOMAN'S SCNC. T. Bktbothal Song. - The world is adream and pale with the moon: Two petrols on equal wing take flight; And you breathe a word through the fragrant night. The lisp o" the* wind and the sea-wind's tune; 'And thc stans and love arc alight. &* ' *t II. 4^53 Uktd.m, Song. The birds are nested so safe nnd warm; The beadles are drowned in a flood of MllitC That silvers the crags of yon spray tossed height: In the shadows you fold me in your ann; And the stars and love are alight. III. ('IIAIH.E SOXG. Thc sea and tl^j night and the world are at rest; The birdlings are hidden from mother sight Hy soft, wann wings; wita my heart all's right; Tor my babe, ray babe is asleep on my breast; And the stars and love are alight. ?? Virna Woods, in the Woman's Home Companion. tr.************************* fSrjE DID NOT CAREf I $ ?*? By Morice Gerard. t Slit ROBERT HARRINGHAM snt adding ap Reco...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 19 October 1900

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00" a Year in Advance. leaned ererv Friday eveninfebv W- H. MATHENY, Xj:to% .awiTiD r-casr-resiiE**. Inteied at the Monterey postoftice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Oct 10, 1900. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TIGKET For President, . WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vice President, ADLAI E. STEVENSON, of Illinois. FOR CONGRESS-TENTH DISTRICT II. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox. Election day. Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1900 The starting of Boss Hanna upon a stumping tour of the Northwest shows who is bossing the republi? can campaign, as it is well known that. Mr McKinley did all he coule t> stop the speech-making of Han? na, because of his knowledge thal it was hurting him badly. The Corset, Glove and Hosiery departments are better than eyei before at Bishop's this year. -,-?.?.?. Dr. W H Lewis, Lawrenceville, Va., writes. 'I am using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in my practice among severe cases of indigestion and find it an admirable remedy.11 Al any hundreds ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 19 October 1900

Highland Recrodek LOCAL NEWS. PKB80NAL. Brief Items of Interest to Home Folks Atottt Their Friends Ahu Awniniistances. Mr B. F. Suddarth ol Crabbe* toni visited bis non Mr. A C Sud ?darth last Saturday. Miss Maggie Brutton and sister, uf Hath county were in town Fri? day, hist. Mr Orison Jones a traveling salesman from Stanton, was in tlie county this week. Messrs Geo Gutshall and J ti nins Gardner of the Uiver, went to Har? rison burg this week with a lot of horses. Thc Baltimore Sun says Obio is a very doubtful state politically. Mrs Thia Waggoner and Mrs. Hettie liver called recent Iv and re? newed their suhscfiptions. Charles P .lones, trustee, will sell the Samuel H Pttllin farm on Bull pasture, ort Nov. -3rd. Sw ad. Mr G W Mnlienax is at work on tbe grading of the hill on the Frandlin road, near town. Justice N. R. Woods of Meadow Dale mode us a business call while in town recently. Rev B Craig Patterson delivered sin interesting lecture on China, on Thursday night of last wee...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 19 October 1900

Castle of Clyc.es. In Ithaca there are ruins which are generally known as the castle of Ulysses. Although cyclopean walls with gate openings are found, and the site, which at 400 feet above the sea, was adapted for the residence of a pi? rate chief, many archaeologists have been doubtful whether the Identifica? tion of the place should continue to be accepted. Dr. Dorpfeld has been provided with funds to undertake a more thorough exploration of the ruins that has hitherto been attempt? ed. Several years ago he examined the island of Ithaca and fixed on a site la another part of it. He has sine? ccme to the conclusion that the resi? dence of Ulysses is not to he founJ lhere, but In the island of Leucadia or t-anta Mora and near the town of Leu i as, which some have identified as the Homeric Nericus. Leucadia, it will le remembered, has poetic associations for from one cf the cliffs Sapho com? mitted suicide. She was passionately In love with a beautiful youth namel Thaon, and as she ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 October 1900

j w,< t * 4 -#?>? i ^"*JK >*? ?'^ -> HIGHLAND RECORDER ^ VOL. xxn. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., OCTOBER 20.1900. *>? NO. 44. n-?ijfc;? BY THE STREAM.*. j - ~* The sunlight steals between the leaves Sud flukers on the stream; The little ftyyjnows dart about Liku shadow! in a dream. Beyond the shade the elover-ficld 1 ? 1? quivering with the heat, 'But hen- the water ripples cool ? About tlie children's feet. -* The leaves stir softly overhead: - I The shadows ' erge toward noon. lAurl ilarwill have to lefBcthe^- play** Anfl tr'^o-dirtnet wimv *? "* ; ?Katharine Pjjc, in Harper's JJararj? -v-i?rV?'-?"* - A MIDSUMMERJAyS BREAM.! V.y Marian <T. L, Ke< vp.?. .Ja, 4Msjk' "it jr " ix;i; sturted violently ns \ /j her eyes foll on thc pie y/l turo, well placed in the Jj; gallery, to catch the eye teven ut' a careless passer-by. ^??mlek-it, and to hold it, with its "warmth and depth of coloring and its quaint tone, like that of a Valks-Lied.' "St. John's Eve in Norway....

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 October 1900

W&&*?~^^**+1Hi-Hi-1 Highland Kegohi?ek. *?-?I-?-?^ Terms, fliQO a Y^*in Advance. *?--r^i Issued ererv Fridar twemingbir ?roc-rcxe a^tzs ^""a-srL-c-srwrirca4*. fGnleied at the Monterey postoffice af second class matter. Monterey, V*. Friday, Oct. 26, 1900 [HATtONA-L DEMOCRATIC TiGKET For President, WILLIAM JENNINGS 3B? AN, of Nebraska. For Vice President, ADLAI E. STEVENSON, '. of IIUnols. WOR CONGRESS-ZTiKNT-H DtttiVMI H. D. FLOOD, . -of Appomattox. Election day. Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1900. The 2oth Century flagazine. The Saturday Evening Post published at Phildelprhia. by th* Curtis Publishing Co., i* the 20ti century magazine. It is to thc monthly magazine what the grea*i dailies are to the weekly newspa? per. In tte time yon get oat magazine you get four copiea ol w the Post. For this reason and foi the reason that the Post is a publi -cation holdinguplace iirthe highes! class of modern literacy .-.pi-oUtfc tions, its circulation;*; ia increasing at the rate 6f l'.'OOO per day...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 October 1900

Qoutations I hand my ad to The Highland Recorder feeling more confidence in my ability to serve my patrons thia fall than ever before. My ?connection frith The Merchants Grocery Co. of Greensboro, N. C., ?which is strictly wholesale enables ene to secure many lines of goods from first hands, and to sell same to yon without the additional mid* <Heman*8 profits. CLOTHING Is bought for cash from the best .manufacturers. I handle only sty? lish substantial goods, and can fit you hs well as anyone, I have had 18 years of experience as a buyer, ara buy in large quantities, thia I think will enable rae to make you a very close price. [ have boys suits and over coats ifrom 5 to 18 years, sneri's suits aand overcoats in sizes from 0*5 to 44. In this advertisements under -each heading i shall ^?e*e depart? ment specialties wfoico I -consider 'bargains. Boys suits, 2 pieces $1, 8 .pieces $1.75, meu's genuine Irish Frieze storm overcoats $J3, bsnvv -chinchillas $8, best grade chinchil? las $...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 26 October 1900

Sha h's Vforld Clock. The Shah of Persia, now in Paris, ls apparently determined to keep level with the times. He has Just bought a clock for his private use which will show him at a glance the time, not only at Teheran, but at twelve other places scattered across the world. When he gets up in the morning he will n? able to tell to a second how the world ls wagging, from Washing? ton to Pekin, from Yokohama to Berlin, from Rome to Paris, London, 8t Petersburg, Vienna, or Bombay, to Teheran or Samarcand. Expensive Toy Road. r ne children of Macon, Ga., are to ft .. an expensive but highly instruc? tive toy in the shape of a complete Miniature trolley line about a mlle long. Each car will accommodate eight passengers, and ls complete in al dr-tails, including electric lights. Tlie railway is to be located in a pri? vate park. Libby** loud froilnrts at (ho Caris Iv position. Tiie (irainl Pr's dVonnenr Brid two gold me'iiO* have been .iwanbvl by the Int<srna li.cial .lurv of Award* n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 November 1900

HIGHLAND RDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 21 1900. NO. 4."). A MORNINC PRAYER. Let mo to-day do something that shall uko : A little sadness from thc worlds vast store. And may I bo so favored as to make Of joy's too scanty sam a little more. Let me not liurt. by any selfish deed Or thoughtless word, the heart of foo or friend: N'or would I pass, unseeing, ?worthy need, Di sin by silence when 1 should defend. However meagre be my worldly wealth. Let me gi- e something that shall aid my kind, A word ot courage, or a thought of health. Dropped as I pass for troubled hearts to find. Lei me to-niahl look back across the span 'Twixt dawn and dark, and to my con? science say? Because of some good act to bract or man - "Tlie world is better that I lived to day." ??Ella \Ylir< lei Wilcox, in the New York Journal. * * * Mrs, Thistlegrows Sir!. try Clar:<. . /-?%- 'M dre fol worried .'.tout it .in' "?J il 'twas mo, I'd loll her it was < all a mistake in the fir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 November 1900

ii IC ULAND ItECOKDER. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued eTcrv Fridav tretiing by W. H. MATHENY, s: Tiz-ro'Ti. .av-tr:? -e=Tj--sx.-:fli-K-E:'i4? EntoeU at the Monterey postoflke af seeond class metter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. 2. 1900. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President, WILLUM JENNINGS BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vice President, ADLAI E. STEVENSON, of Illinois. FOR CONGRESS-TENTH DISTRICT H. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox. Election day. Tuesday, Nov. C, 1000. ? While for vote-making purposes the republicans are tusking about the early return of the volunteers from the Philippines, the War Department ia arranging to for? ward 2,000 recruits to the Philip? pines from San Francisco, within the next two weeks. That's the difference between talking and act? ing- _ The Board of Construction of the Navy Department evidently takes no stock in the fairy tales of Mr McKinley and other republi? cans, concerning the future-reduc? tion of the government's income by the repeal of the war taxe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 November 1900

Quotations T hand uiv ad to The Highland Becorder feeling more confidence in my ability to serve niv patrons this fall than ever lief ore. My connection with The Merchants Grocery Co. of (.reen*Koro, N. C., which is strictly wholesale enables me to secure many lines of goods from first hands, and to sell same to you without the additional mid? dleman's profits. CLOTHING In bought for cash from the best manufacturers. I tactile only stv 1 ish substantial goodsj and can fit t ou us well as nnvone, I have h;id 1 8 years of experience ns a buyer, and buy in large quantities, this I think will enable me to make you a very close price. I have boys suits and over coats from 5 to 18 veaH, men's tuita nnd overcoats in rim* from 35 to 44. In this adveftweinent under each heading 1 shall quote depart? ment specialties wh.cn I consider bargains. Boys suits, 2 pic es ?1, 3 iiieces $1.75, meu's genuine Ir iel) ?Vieze storm overcoats $18, henry chinchillas $8. best grade chinchil? las $14, men's n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 2 November 1900

Chloette learning. There la much to he learned after tha world captures China. Many sci? entists believe that the nucleus of great events ls Imbedded amid the mysteries of that great region of country, which may not be so benight? ed as ls generally supposed. The pres? ervation of grapes, to make use of one illustration of Chinese Industry, is one of the many things that is only known in that country. Millions have been spent if. civilized countries in futile r.ttpnpts to preserve this fruit. The Chinese have known the secret for ir any centuries and millions more li ave been vainly used in the effort to drag from them the recipe. Over $1,000,000 worth of diamonds :?!??? stolen every year from thc South African diamond mines. The Icelander eats dried fish and l utteif Just as we eat bread and butter. It was Voltaire who said: " People whose bowels are freed by an easy, regular move 'nent every morning are mild, affable, gracious, kind. A 'No* from their mouth comes with more grace t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 November 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 9.1900. NO. 46. THE KISS AT THE DOOR. Tr, *he davs ot the lance and the spur. When tho hero went forth to tho fight, Oft he carrie., a token from her Whom he worshiped as lover and knight. 'And'when fierce surged the battle around. \nd when clot* pressed the merciless T-rWas that token that drove off despair ?And gave victory's strength to his blow. Xol a hero 01 kmghthood_ani 1, But a warrior in industry s strife. Where the lance that I wield is my pen, ' And the lad.ve 1 serve is my wife. Yet a token 1 carry each day. Full as precious as any of yore. [And it stoutens my heart for the frav? Tis my love's norning kiss at the door. ?for his faith will the martyr endure, Bv the sunset the artist's inspir'd, At the blast of the bugle and fife Is the soldier to gallantry fired. But whatever may others exalt. For mvself I shall ask nothing more Jm a prompter I" worthiest deeds Than the kiss that I get at thc door. *? E...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 November 1900

H IO H LAN D RECORDER. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ?Terv Friday tvevlngbv W. Ii. MATHENY, jRnteied at the Monterey postofflee af second clrt^s matter. Monterey, Vs., Friday, Nov. 9, 1900. Costs Millions in Both Countries Great Bri thin ha*certain election laws which restrict the candidate si nd make him acron nt fur all his -expenditures; these were made ?necessary by tue frightful corrup? tion into which the ?iiffrnge of El)(ff)Slid had descended, but if any -one imagines that they base cor? rected all the evil4* he is very much mistaken. The present writer was in Eng? land during the last general elec? tion in that country and be went into the local details of the elec? tion machinery, lie found that in ?the small mutter* of politics, in the :getting of votes through influence, anouey aud other means, the Kng lish politician wa* Reyeral miles ahead ol anything that'wt* have in America. In' fact, some of the candidates had hleeu "'nursing" their constituencies for All th...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 November 1900

? \. is "Itt. Quotations I hand my ad to Tl* Highlan Recorder feeling more confidem in my ability to serve my patrol this f^lI than ever before. M connection with The Merchant Grocery is?? "r Greensboro, N. ( which is strictly wholesale enable :< jne to secure many lines of gooc 4romfirst .lauds, and to sell sam io von without tiie additional mfr dle'tuan's protiK CLOTHING js bought for cash from the bes manuiactni-ers. I handle only- st\ hali substantial goods, and can fi IS Tears of experience as a buyei an4, buy in lu"!*48 Quantities, this t-liink will enable me to make yo a' very dose price. [ have boys suits and over coat from 5 to 18 vears, men's suit ami overcoats in sizes from 35 t 44. :'In this advertisement nude ?each heading 1 shall fjuote depart beutwt-fcnaKies \ybicn I conside bargains.. B^ys suits, % pieces 91, -pieces $1.75i men's genuine Irisl Frieze storm overcoats 913. hear -chinchilla?^, best gfrtdechinchil Irts $14. men's nice black clay diag K-nai suits $7. b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 9 November 1900

The great trouble in trying ia sell what are called patent medicines is that so many claims have been made for them that people don't or won't believe what honest makers say. We have been telling our story sixty years. Did we ever deceive you once? If we make -.nv statement that isn't so, we will stand the loss. Go to the druggist and get your money back. Here's an example. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is a good cure for a cough that comes from a cold. Your cough, if you have one, mav not come from a cold; your doctor will tell you about that lt is a straight medicine with sixtv years of cures back of it. There isn't a ghost of the ordi narv patent thing about it. J. C. Aver Com pan v, Fractica4, Chemists Lowell, Mass. A ver's Sarsaparilla ! Ayer"-. Hsir Vigor Aytr'? Fills I Ajrer'i Cherry FVctoral Ayo's Ague Cure A>er's Comatone Oniiicy Olrl to Teach in Honolulu. Miss Clara Uecke cf 418 South 12th <-?-ret. the well-known kindergarten Iracher, ls going to teach In Honolulu, Sandwich...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 November 1900

HIGHLAND RECORDER vol. xxii. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 16.1900. NO. 4<. MCINLEY AND ROOSEVELT ELECTED,' Standard-Bearers of the Republican Party Will Have a Big Majority in the Electoral College IMMENSE VOTE POLLED THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY, New York, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Maryland in the Republican Column?West Virginia, Delaware and Nebraska Too New Jersey, South Dakota, Michigan and Other States Which Were Strongly Contested Cast Their Votes Against the Democratic Nominees. The iatesi returns show that McKin ley has carried 28 States and Bryan 17 The President has again been suc? cessful in every State which he won Ir 1896 except Kentucky, which has re? turned to the Democratic column. Ir eddition, he has carried Kansas, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyom ing, which declared for Bryan in 1896 His electoral vote is 292 and Bryan' ls 155; McKinley's plurality, 121 a compnTvd with 95 in 1896. McKinley's estimated plurality ol thc popular vote is 721,291. His...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 November 1900

???..X??I ll.?!??? I ,.!, *i JG ULAND RECORDER. rf*--? Terms, $1.00 a Year in Aiivrnce. /?-?-.?.-1 I saned ererv Fridav ereEirwjbv I^nlaied at the Monterey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. 16, 1900.. Just $100,000 more ol good American monev will he invested j rt the Philippines if the Sedate ratifies the treaty signed hy Secre? tary Hay arni the Spanish Minister. ?which binds this country to pay Spain that amount for three small islands located just outside of the boundaries s^t by the treaty which reeded the Philippine islands lo the ?U.S. '_ The royalist republicans, if such ? term be allowable, are already talking about making Mr. McKin? ley's second inauguration an event rof regal splendor and magnificence. Mr. L. P. Micboiier, of Indian;-, who practices hwy in Washington in partnership with Ger;. VV. W. Dudley, is franker than many of them. He said jn a public inter? view about the inauguration: 4,We should strive to excel in the glory of that day...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 November 1900

Quotations I hand my ad to The Highl-wi Recorder feeling more confidem in my ability to serve my patrol this fall than ever before. M connection with The Merchan Grocery IV of Greensboro, N. I which is strictly wholesale enablt me to secure many lines of gooc from first hands, and to sell sam to yon without the additional mic dleman's profits. CXOTKIXQ Is bought for cash from the bes manufacturers. I handle only st) lish substantial goods, and can f you as well as anyone, I have ha 18 years of experience as a buye and* buy in large quantities, this think will enable me to make yo ?a very close price. I have boys suits and over coal from 5 to 18 years, men's soil and overcoats in sizes from 35 t 44. In this advertisement undt each heading I shall c-note depart meiit specialties whicn I conside bargains. Boys suits, 2 piece* $1, pieces ?1.75, meiTs genuine Iris Frieze storm overcoats $13. heav ?chinchillas $8, best grade chinchil ? a? 114, mew's nice black clay ding onalsuits$7. best ...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland recorder. — 16 November 1900

11 If you send me anything 'just as good as Ayer's,' I shall send it right back. " I might afford to experi? ment with shoe polish, but I can't and won't experiment with the medicine which means sickness or health to mc." J. C. Ayer Company, Vtactical ChemLts, Lowell, Mass Ayer's Sarsaparilla Ayer's Pill* Ayn's Ague Cure Ayer'a Hair Vigor Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Aver's Comatonc IRONY OF FATE. lasuons Artists, Who at First, Received Scant Ajp.-eeiatlon. In an article on "The Art of the Ayy in Pearson's there ia an inter c.Mir.g reference to the early struggles of famous artists. J. F. Millet, the great French painter of peasant life, Jr4r instance, only reached a moderate amount of comfort toward the end of his life. Since his death his pictures have sold for enormous sums, "L'An gelus" being bought by his country for $75,000. Can we account for this? Mil? let was an artist consistently true to himself, never turning aside to do what he considered was below the standard he had set for...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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