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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,...

Publication Title: Highland Recorder
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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...

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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 ...

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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...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 November 1900

k HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 23.1900 NO. 48. dj ? F you please, Miss Rose, Mr. Burton is in the drawing room waiting to see you," an? nounced the serv aut to Miss Rose Hamilton o u o T b a n k s g i v. i> g Day. ?'All right, Mary, I'll be right down," answered Bose, hastily putting the t'.u islilug touches to her toilet in rather a aervous manuel', so different from ber usual calm and sedate way. At the -ame time a happy smile played around her month and the roses stole into her ?Jmckf], For only yesterday Rose had given Frank Burton her promise to become his wife, aud now the sus? picion crossed ber mind that the seal of that solemn promise was about to be siven her. ? So, pinning a bunch of English vio? lets to her dress, she tripped gaily downstairs to welcome her lover. Surely Frank never looked so hand? some as lie dill this afternoon, as lie *tooil walting for the appearance of tuis fiance. After the usual salutations were ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 November 1900

HIGHLAND RECOKDEK Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issuer4 ererv Fridav eveningbv 'AT. H. MATHENY, ati-r-ro*4* jf-?-tT-D -FtrHii-iaizE-ni. Rnteied at the Monterey postoffice a second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. 23, 190 If Secretary Gag*? represents U republican financial policy, and tl fact that he has bpen asked by If McKinley to remain at the head o the Treasury department durin the next Hdministration is gojd ei idence that he does, a moveniei for the absolute retirement n t oi ly of the greenbacks, but of all pi per money issued by the goveri ment, may be expected in the net future, although the intention t ?{o so was most vigorously den ie by many republicans, during tr recent campaign. Mr. Gage's pos tion has been pretty general] known for sometime, and he hi j-ist emphasizen it in a lecture o Finance, in which he said: "Tl public Treasury is a poor agenc for issuing paper money." Many people worry because the believe they lu-ve heart discus The chances are that t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 November 1900

! j Quotations /i hand my ad to The Highland Recorder feeling more confidence in my ability to serve my patrons this fail than ever before. My connection with The Merchants Grocery Oo, of Greensboro, N. C., ?which is strictly wholesale enables me to secure many lines of goods from first hands, and to sell same to yon without the additional mid? dleman's profits. CLOTHING Is bought for cash from the best manufacturers. I handle only sty? lish substantial goods, and can fit yon as well as anyone, 1 have had 18 years of experience as a buyer, and buy ill large quantities, this 1 think will enable me to make you a very close price. [ have boys suits and over coats from 5 to 18 years, men's suits ?and overcoats in sizes from 35 to 44. In Hus advertisement under ?each heading I shall ojuote depart? ment si>eeialtie8 whieii I consider bargains. Boys suits, 2 pieces 81, 3 ?pieces $1.75, men's genuine Irish Frieze storm overcoats $13. heavy chinchillas $S, best grade chinchil? las...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 23 November 1900

tm oaled . Look at your tongue Is it coated? Then you have a bad taste in your mouth every morning. Your appetite is poor, and food dis? tresses you. You have frequent headaches and are often dizzy. Your stomach is weak and your bowels are always constipated. There's an old and re? liable cure: > Don't take a cathartic dose and then stop. Bet? ter take a laxative dose each night, just enough to cause onegood freemove ^^ ment the day following. 4 You feel better the r very next day. Your appetite returns, your dyspepsia is cured, your headaches pass away, your tongue clears up, your -liver acts well, and your bowels no longer J fjive you trouble. Price, 25 cents. All druggi.ts. I 4 i< < A M ?V "I liavo taken Ayer's Tills for "3 rears, and I consider them tho t>rst iuade. One i>ill does me more pood titan haifa box of any other kind I have ever tried." Mrs N. E. Talbot, March 30,1809. Arrington, Kans. A Curious Old Chnrrh. Boston ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 November 1900

RECORDER VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., NOVEMBER 30. 1900 NO. 49. FATAL EXTRAVAGANCE. 1 haven't a cent, And my work goes on To the twilight hours From the early dawn. Mv clothing is poor. My shoes are run down, And my last year's hat Is a rusty brown. My dwelling is only A tenement flat, And its furniture's poor As the place where it's at. My table is lean, And the china there Is as rough and coarse As my common fare. And thus it runs Through the whole of the heap: Whatever is mine Is poor and cheap. Except?and I wonder If I'm a fool? I measure my acts Ky a Golden Rule. -Wm. J. Lampton, in New York Herald, ^)!OieiOIOlOIOIOIOIOIOtGIOIOIOIOKMeiOIOlOIOIOIOIGl? A Storm Above the Clouds. * 3IOIOIOIOiOIOIOIOIOIOlOIOK>90IOIOIOtGIOIOIOIOIOIOK In St. Nicholas General Frederick J about forty degrees, and the crust was irunsion. tens Ol a Terri uie-uny n expe? rience in fighting a storm above the clouds in the Front Range of mount? ains in Northern Colorado. It was iten ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 November 1900

li io uland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued trcrx Fridav evening by Entcted nt the Monterey postofficeas second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Nov. 30, 10(0. Hishop Potter advocates n vigil? ance committee of 25.O0O members to fight vice in New York city Mr Kruger's presence in Paris bas been the cause of so much en? thusiasm that the authorities are thinking of requesting him to leave as soon as possible. Governor Roosevelt dismisser! the charges against Mayor Van Wyck. of New York city, charging con? nection with the Ice Trust. It is said that the report of the Jsthmain'canna) commission which has been almost completed, will, favor the construction of a canal across Nicaragua thirty feet deep to cost $120,000,000. The European powers have as? sured the United States that they do not desire to impose upon China conditions with which she cannot comply. There is much talk in political circles oyer the probability of the constitutional convention abolish? ing th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 November 1900

Questions I hand my ad to Tlie Highland Recorder feeling more confidence in my ability to serve my patrons ? his fall than ever before. My connection with The Merchants Grocery Co. of Greensboro, 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 Ts bongil* for cosn from the best tnannf ictur r-. I handle only sty? lish substantial ?ools, and can fit you as well as anyone. I have had 18 tears ol experieme asa buyer, and buy in large quantities, this I think will enable me to make you a very close price. [ have boys suits and over coats from 5 to 18 years, men's suits and overcoats in sizes from 35 to 44. In this advertisement under each heading I shall quote depart-J went specialties whicn I consider bargains. Boys suits, 2 pieces fl, 3 pieces fl.75, men's genuine Irish Frieze storm overcoats $13. heavy chinchillas $8, best grade chinchil? las $14, men's nice bl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 30 November 1900

HAIR Wealth of hair is wealth indeed, especial 1 y t o a woman. Every other physical attraction is secondary to it. We have a book we will gladly send you that tells just how to care for the hair. If your hair is too t h i it Growth becomes vigorous and all dan? druff is removed. It always restores color to gray or faded hair. Retain your youth; don't look old before your time. 5.1 f/O a bottle. All drug-gluts. " I have used your Hair Vigor now for about 25 years and I have fou'.id it splendid and satisfactory in every wa v. 1 believe 1 have recommended this Hair Vigor to hundreds of my friends, and they nil tell the sai'no story, if nny Iwdy wants the best kind of a Hair Vigor I shall certainly recommend to them just as strongly as I can that they get a bottle ot Ayer's Hair Vigor." Mrs. N. E. Hamilton, Nov. 28,1898. Norwich, M. Y. Wrlto tho Doctor. If vou don't obtain all tho benefits yon desire from the use of the Vlxor, write the Doctor about it. Address, Dr. J. C. AYER, Lowell,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 December 1900

'.. 1 HIGHLAND RECORDER OL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., DECEMBER 7.1900 NO. 50. 'ELLIN' HER COOD-BY. show* can't keep back the sigh Vtn tebin' her good-by! pvm myself together? Fish her joy and pleasant weather-? lope she'll lan' thar' safe an' soun,'? jt, pood people, I'll be boun' the tears ain't in my eye hen I'm tellin' her good-by! ence she's got to go, I'm glad Xhen it's over! an' half-mad That I can't keep in control That upheavin' of my bouI! ,Yhistle?try to sing a bit,? 3?t thar' ain't no heart in it! >mi an' Btars Jiave left life's sky Then I'm tellin' her good-by. That's the way with women! They Steal yer heart, an' slip away, Like some bright an* ?uliny beam You've been seein' in a dream! Jest the minute that you know You air lovin' of 'em so! Hopi's done left me?life's a sigh-** I've been tellin' her good-by! ?Atlanta Constitution. Jfll]iliBU5[Ihulibuck, gossip J $ ? I 2 By Susan Brown Bobbins. .J MAN often bas io try several different kinds of work...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 December 1900

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Msned ercrv PfM?T tv^nincbv Enteie<l ct the Monterey pontofflce ta second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Dec. 7. 1000. The storv is now poins; thal embalmed beef Eagnn will lie r ? stored to Iiis old position, What The Message Says. lt discusses all Ike questions that were panted on by Hit-1' voter* in November bearing npon our new place among the powers pf the earth, lt treats of our colonial policy, the nords of the array and navy, the question of a Nicaraguan canal, tho part we hate played in China,challenging the administra? tion, if not pro ixe. of all (he world. it treat* the question of imperial-] ism as settled and the specter of militarism as laid. It ashs for the passage of a bill for the civil gov? ernment of iho Philippine* and for the ratification of the Hay-Pounce^ fote treaty. It strongly urges the passage of a Ship Subsidy bill and a reduction in the war revenues. In Democrats circle* there is a disp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 December 1900

quotations hand my ad to The Highlatt [order feeling more confident my ability to serve mv j atron fall than ever before. M Election with The Merchant. Leery Co. of Greensboro, N? C. picli is strictly wholesale enable to secure many Hues of good fom first hands, and to sell satin you without the additional mid tainan's profits. CLOTH1X0 [s bought for cash from the hes Manufacturers. 1 hand le only sty (isli substantial goods, and eau fl u as well as anyone, i hare hst \ft years of experience j;s a buyer anfl buy in la*ge quantities, thia think will enable roe to make yoi a very close price. [ have boys suit*, and over coat: from 5 to'IS years, men's suit ?nd overcoats in si/.-s from 85 ti 44. In this advertisement undei each heading I shall quote depart tue nt specialties whicn I cornwlei bargains, l'o>> suits. 2 piece* tl, < pieces $1.75, men's geiuiine Iri>l Frieze storm overcoats f?lS, henyj chinchillas 88, best grade ehinchil las $14. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 7 December 1900

You're Gambling! Wsi^asMWsMMMWsMsWWsWslWMWWigi mmmwmmvamiMvmmmwmmmmmmmmwm It's too risky, this gambling with your cough, iou take the chance of its wear? ing off. Don't I The first thing you know it will be down deep in your lungs and the game's lost. Take some of Ayer's Cherry Pec? toral and stop the gambling and the cough. "I was given np to dlo with quick consumption. I ran down from 138 to 98 pounds. I raised blood, and never expected to pct off my bcd alive. I then read of Ayer's Cherry Tectoral and began its use. I commenced to improve ct once, I am now back to my cid weight and in the best of health."?Chas. E. Hartman, Gibbstown, N. V., March 3, 1899. You can now get Ayer'3 Cherry Pectoral in & 25 cent size, just right for an ordinary cold. The 50 cent size is bet? ter for bronchitis, croup, whoop? ing-cough, asthma, and the grip. Thc dollar size is best to leep I on hand, and is most economical for long-standing cases. *~zr*^ *? Deceive! 1 Mabel?I must say that f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 December 1900

VOL. XXII. C^' (J^OU^^ GHIAND RECORDER *. ? MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. DECEMBER 14,1900 NO. 51. SUFFICIENT UNTO THE DAY 1J5 THE EVIL THEREOF. Vet not the heart a future grievance bor row, Nor o'er our path one faintest shadow lay; Let not the clouds which may arise to? morrow 1 Obscure the fairer sunshine of to-day. To-day is ours?thc past has passed for? ever, Its joys and griefs alike are ours no more; The future lies beyond Time's silent river, A dim and distant and untrodden shore. The world's so fair, and life so grand, that living M Should one sweet hymn of purest rap? ture be: Prom Nature's hand, so bounteous in her giving, The fulness ours, to reap unceasingly; 'And ours the bliss, through Hope's en? chanting vision, E'en darkened skies to view with prom? ise rare; To grasp at joys, though Phoenix-like I ??'?' they're risen ' Fro,m out the ashes of a past despair. 'Ab to the day, its burden or its Borrow, So is our strength by Love all-wise de? creed ; Beyond the trust ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 14 December 1900

aftsasMisSsassfcsj i i Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued every Fridav eveningbv W. Ii. MATHENY, xc:tor Aan? Pvst-reUEi*. intered at the Monterey postoflice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Des U, 19C0. Twenty-rive cerjts net per barre) of war tax is asked for by the beer people, and it is said they will get what they want. This will bring the tax down over 140.000.000. It was an unexpectedly large majority 198 to 92 that the House gave the Grout Oleomargarine bill. Political lines were not drawn al all. If any line was drawn, it was the agricultural against the manu? facturing. The story of Rat li hone's extrav? agance with Cuban funds, which was quite as disgraceful as Nee"levV stealings, is fully told .iA.'aM^hl^k; let of 292 pages, niivji^iil.^Ua^uw of the Senate Committee on Rela: tions with Cub*}. A^t^ugh J&atlv bone [aid the money out on vouch? ers, they were vouchers which he knew that no honest auditing of? ficer would pass. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 December 1900

GHLAND VOL. XXII. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA.. DECEMBER 21.1900 NO. 52. > VVID believed in a great many things. He was fond of mystery, ~~A c.tiio nf big bed that might hare meant any? thing. But like a flash the little boy wos out on the ley floor in the dark. Out into the dim sitting room, wher? the empty fireplace was cold and shadowy In the first gray of daw*. -?2~/ fc/**C3 'fe^-ao auu ?"""'- ? 1^Z-^-^*9^^^? the things he ^Zej^ySv- ^ could not ex? plain he believed in most. De believed in pulling wishbones, for he knew If he got the long end, and then put it over the door, his wish would be almost pure to come true. 'Along about Thanksgiving time there were a great many wishbone!, and the narrow shelf at the top of the door casing was filled with grisly hopes that were mostly to como true Christ? inas morning. Vor in the goodners of Panta Claus he believed most of all. There was Just one Santa Claus, and there was no faith ami no feeling quite like that on the afte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 21 December 1900

Highland Uecokde Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued ercrv Friday tTeninj?b-v W. H. IVE A.THE^TY, 3BnteTed Ri the Monterey postofflce second class matter. Mrntfrcy. Va., Finlay, Ucc 21, 1! / lr*" An application for a Heense sell liquor at Basie City, caine up i-ently in Hie county court of k justit county and was vigorou fought Uv two great railroad v.o panics, tlie C and 0. and Norf. and Western, us well as hy local fluence, and the application v ?defeated. Tho railroad 'eompan took the ground that it would one more place,of the many aire. ia existence, at which flu ir e ployees could render tbemeel less fit for business. Large cc panics and corporationa, with most unlimited influence, tb rou j out America, employing thousai and thousands ot men are turni tneir attention more and more The evil influences of thc ^ find shop, are realizing what a mig] force il is against the proper ; successful methods of hu-inc.s. i are setting about to correct ?Booie rai! road companies dischai ...

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