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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 6 January 1904

/Place c^H as the Ircqnoli^^^^^^^H Wednesday afternoon, men, women cbildreil^^^^^^B iened, crasrad, fight ins p» n! tfeatinee performance was in The Are broke out dining ond act of the play "Mr. BiuebeartW which is the only production given in th-e theater ein;e Its erection. The company, ivhlch wns very largo, escaped to the street .in safely, nearly all of them, however, buing compelled to fiiee into the snowy uireetß with no clothing but their stage costumes. A few members of tbo company sustained minor injuries, but none were seriously huit. The accounts of Iha origin of the fire are conflicting, but the best reason given is (hat an electric wire near the lower part of a piece of drop scenery suddenly broke and was grounded* The lire spread rapidly toward the front of the stage, causing the members of the chorus who were then engag?d .in the performance to flee to the wings with si reams of terror. The fire in Krolf up to Ibis time was not sv'.'ious and possibly could have been ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 6 January 1904

wmmmmmmmrnrnm may jlo his pr her best during'the year 1004, 'in*} at jts close" enjoy the rich re>vaM which a faithful discharge of (ftjfy always brings. " I expect to pass through this world but once. Any good thing, therefore, that I* can do, or any kindness that T can show to any fellow-creature, let me do it how. 'Let me not ilfcfor or neglect it, for I shall not pass Ihjs way again." Mr. Geo. W. Dearborn, railway agent at this place, jufonnul us on .Monday last that for the preceding twenty days lie had sold <pi average of 100 tickets a day. Oji De'ocmbcr 31 he sold tickets. He further stated that more tickets are -old at this statior Jkftw at any other on the Southern between , Lynchburg and Washington, e\ cpting Charlottesville alone; and thai. Iv handles about 800 pieces of baggage per month. Ti v'on- 0 f .these facts, will not »ae Southern give us a new and more commodious depot? We still have tho old building that was in t ,so when Hie road was first ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 6 January 1904

Jan. 6, 1904. LOCAL SCHEDULE. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. SOUTHBOUND. N«. Id, 1.0r.il PiwtiietaKer Trato, Aml|«rat l:ju a. *.; arrive* I,yn«hh«iri».#*l!> A- a. -Xo.#, I'aHFenccr Train.tain'"* Amlierm 1 :t2 1". M.; arrive* Lynchburg fcia.F.U. ♦ Xo.», Through Mull, l<wy»* Amherst 2M v. a.; arrive* (jyni'liburif US® K at. Jf.uX«TII U<>CNfNo. W, IWxiwaKi'r «m<l Mall, leuvcn I,ynohIwir*«:»•>> v-i urrrtts AmlierM 9:UI a. *. Tfo. It, £<*-.il I'mutimcr, U-uvea li.vnchburß i (iS6 .i>. SI.; urrlvux i'. M. >o.m Mall nml I'iisni ucer. leave* Ijrnch- ! l>urj{ 1:17 i*. * ■ arrive* Amliet-ht Lfl r. m. jfto. ap, r.ocji 1 l»»sKcn*iur, leavt 1 * I/jrni'ljlHira y : iUS r. ii.; arrived A lit hl".r*l 7r. N. GIDSVILLE NOTES. Mr. C. R. Tucker, one of our best citizens, has sold his farm, and removed with his family to Lynchburg, He will be much missed by the people of this section. Rev. J. W. Mar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 6 January 1904

40MK3D0RE NICHOLSON OF OUR NAVY Recommends Pe-runa- -Other Prominent Men Testify. on CO MM CO n Afichohnn a Commodore Somerville Nicholson, of the United States Navy, in n letter from 1X57 It St., N. W., Washington, D. says: "Your Peruna has been and is now used by so many of my friends and acquaintances as a sure cure for catarrh that I am convinced of Its curative qualities, and I unhesitatingly reeom mend it to all persons suffering from that complaint."—S. Nicholson. The highest men In our nation have givpn I'eruna a strong endorsement. Men of all classes and stations are equally represented. If you do not derive prompt nnd satisfactory results from the use of Peruna. write at once to I)r. Ilartmaii. giving n full statement of your case, and lie will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman. President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus. O. As"{ Your Dr-jjgi'.t for a free Peruna Almanac for 1904. Depends on Kind of (ilrl. "When a tidy looking k'&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 17 February 1904

VOL. I. NO. 10. JftPftN FIGHTS RUSSIA /Muscovites Startled by the Sudden and Successful Movements of the Mikado's War Vessels Against Their Fleet. RUSSIAN SQUADRON CRIPPLED IN FIRST ENGAGEMENTS RUSSIAN TRANSPORT BLOWN UP. Mine Accidentally Struck by Ship. Captain, Three Officers and Ninety Men Killed. BRITISH STEAMER FIRED UPON. A report lias been received at St. Petersburg from Viceroy Alexleff. spying that the Russia'.) torpedo tiansport. Yenisei has been blown up as the result of accidentally striking a mine In the harbor at Port Arthur. The Yenisei sank and Capt. SLepanoff, three officers and 01 men were lost. The Yenisei was built at the Baltic works tn 1839. She was of 2,500 tons displacement and could make 10 knots. Her armament consisted of five Impounder and six 3-pounder quick-filing guns. The British steamer Fu Ping, when leaving Tort Artnur, was fired upon by ißusslans. Three Chinese members of the crew were wounded. The Russians afterward apologized for firing on the ve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 17 February 1904

'"THE AMHERST PROGRESS. r" issued Every Wednesday by _P. J. HARRIS, Editor and. Publisher. Amherst. Virginia. Kntered at the postolHce at.Amherst, Virginia, as seeoiul-elat-H mail-matter. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17, 1904. frj-prrrw ------- THE COTTON-BOLL WEEVIL. The entire annual cotton crop of the world is worth between seven hundred and fifty and blglit hundred million dollars. Of this crop our Southern Slates produce about • SO per cent., or about $500,000,000 worth. It will thus lie seen that the world is well-nigh dependent upon the Southern States for its supply of cotton, and that the cot- - ton industry is by far the most important industry of the South.The devastation wrought by the cotton-boll weevil ijj Texas in re- > cent years, and the rapid spread of this destructive insect pest, has caused alarm to cotton-growers and ' dealers; and it is fear of the destruction that may be wrought by this pest in the near future, rather than a present scarcity of cotton, which has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 17 February 1904

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. 17, LOCALT^'fe^ON^ LOGAL SCHEDULE. ' SOUTHERN JIAI LWAY. SOUTHBOUND. No. ML Local l'asaeuger Train, leaves Amherst 8:3) a. m.; arrives hrnchbiirg. 11.06 A. M. No. S, I'assenger Tralu, leaven Amlierst 1:42 r. M.; arrives I.vnchburtf 2:21 I', u. No. 29, Through Mall, leavns Ainlierßt 2:58 r. x.; arrives rJueUbur#x. NORTHBOUND. No. 10, PastienK'er And Mill, leaves Lynchburg 8:20 a. H.; arrives Amlierst 9:00 A. M. No. 18, Loeal l'assenßer, leaves IftnehburK 1:88 r. M.; arrives Aiiiher.il 3:<WM. iNo. mi. Mall and I'asseuuer, Jenves Lynchburg 4:17 p. m.; arrives Amherst 4:47 r. M. No. 20, I.oeal Passenger, leaves Lynchburg 7:OS l". x.; arrives Amlier«t 7:12 i'. x. TO THE PUBLIC. All persons indebted to A. M. Watts & Co., Pedlar Mills,„ are requested to settle at once, either with me or with Mr. Newman Ellis (my agent) at the Watts store. All of the stock of goods of said Watts Is now offered at cost. WM. KINCKLE ALLEN,, Trustee. MASS MEETING. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 17 February 1904

f*\\ BJm a U Professional Xmse Tells llrr Fxperlence Willi l>oan's Kidney lills. Montague. Mass. tFoster-Milhurn Co., ltulTalo, N. ¥.: Centleroen—l heartily wish those who tire Buffering rroin backache and ilis <orbed action of the kidneys would try l! loan's Kidney Pills. As was the (•«*•> fvltli me, they will lie more than surprised witli the results. I had been troubled for years with my spine I t-oi'ld not lie on cither side. Spinal ramps would follow, and words could tmt explain the agony which I would k ndure. While in these cramps I could biot speak or move, but by making a effort after the cramp had left pile I could begin to speak and m.jve a llittle, but my whole back was so sore mid lame that I could not even have the ■back bathed for some time. My nerves mere in a terrible state. I would rathW r sit up at night than go to bed. dreadling the cramps and the terrible backinches. I consulted physicians, but got only a little relief for the ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 16 March 1904

VOL. I. NO. 14. GREAT OMSK 8! Dwellings and Stc.es Away Alcng Susqut ONF. r.'ILLION DOLLARS LOd.. !?ri(fpes Declroycc;—lce Piled 20 Feci l.igh on hr.ilrcad Tracks and Traffic Almost Stopped. ' " 1 ui i> ilnls along the- Sustjuc* torts of damage by; uges arc coming in'. . et be no real estimate though It is safe to ■- <o raliroad companies, < . '.jihißtrles In ine Wy--v alone will roach ll.OOi",••iv wost sHo of (ho rlvw at • • ratnv 1 w< " ttston ic jiau •» a tffairs thai lias nev... 'fit by any previous flood, lthumberland bridge at Suiidwitroyed. Pennsylvania railroad put a force of 3,000 men at work to Hear the tracks of lco l'rom Bainbrldge to Falmouth. The road from Columbia to Port Deposit will not be open for several days. From the upper end of Washington borough to Safe Harbor there are from 10 to 50 feet of ice on <be tracks, n.n<l the situation below Safe Harbor Ik but little better. The Philadelphia and Read...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 16 March 1904

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. Issued Every Wednesday by STICKLEY TUCKER and AUBREY E. STRODE. ' % J Editors and Publishers. STICKLEY TUCKER, &3ilor-«-Clljtf ar£ Business manager. AMHERST. VIRGINIA- - Entered at the postoltlceat -Virginia, as secrnnj-viass lhaii-inatter. WEDNESDAY, MA ft. Id, 1904. O<,V" All business letters and articles intended for publication should be addressed to Thk Prookkss, in order to secure prompt attention. I f addressed **> a person who happens to be absent at the time, tliey may not be opened for several days. ROOSEVELT'S BOMB. President Roosevelt, with his usual stremyisity, last week tossed a bomb into tlic Republican camp, which is making Republican members of Congress howl, turn black j in the face, and "cuss the man j did it," though they daie not j for an instant to accuse ow4 j .dear, strepupus "Teddy," for fear that more liombs mav follow, or 1 It•-• - . * i perchance some official heads might i>e taken to the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 16 March 1904

: AMHERST PROGRESS. AMHERST. VIRGINIA. / . iiDNJGSDAY, MAR. IG, 1904. LOCAL SCHEDULE. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. SOUTHBOUND. Local Passenger Train, leaves Amherutßdu a. M.; arrives LvncHtMir* YOS A.M. iiu. 9, Passenger Train, leaves Amherst 1:« y. M.; arrives Lynchburg 2:21 M. . > JCo. a>, Through Mall, leaves-A mlieret 2!60 f, M.; arrives Lynchburg S:.KI ivm. NOKTHBOUXD. No. 10, Passenger and Mall, leaves 1 ..vnt'lil>urg#:2o a. M.: arrives Amherst U:UO A. M. No. 18. Local Passenger, leaves Lynchburg 8:85 M.; arrives Amherst :tK» i*. M. No. SO, Mull ami Passenger, leaves Lynchp. M.; arrives Amherst 4:47 r. M. No. 20, Local Passenger, leaves Lynchburg 7:06 I*, m.; arrives Amherst 7:42 i\ Sr. CHOICE FLOUR. Owing to recent changes in our mill, we are now prepared to. pupply our istomerM witli a higher-jrrade Family lour than ever before. Give ub n call, a 9-tf O. A. IIAI.IMK'K & HuN. FROM PEDLAR MILLS. Dr. George Jobsoii, of Franklin, Pa., was visiti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 16 March 1904

RESTORE HEALTH. Many weak, suffei-'ng weruen do not know that r.c!" kidneys are sick. Backache tclis of sick kidneys, and so do urinary disorders. Sick kidneys make bad blood, and bad blood makes bad digestion, heart palpitation, dizzy headaches, nervousness, sleeplessness, sciatica. rheumatic pains and constant depression. Can't be restored to health until the kidneys are cured. Bead how one woman was restored by using Doan's Kidney Pills: Mrs. 11. A. Van Sickle, 311 (sth Ave., S. \V,, Uoauoke. Va., says: "Kidney trouble was liereditary in our family, and I had been so continually afflicted with the disease that I began to despair of even temporary relief. Sometimes 1 suffered so se. verely that i was confined to my bed. The aching in my back was Intense, and the kidney disorder caused an excess of uric acid in my blood which impaired my digestion. I was compelled to deny myself of many of the little delicacies of diet. The doctors diagnosed my case as congestion of the kidneys. I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 13 April 1904

VOL. I. .NO. 18. UN AHMYJF CANNIBALS. Missionaries Say They Destroy the Congo Villages. Natives are killed and eaten Whole Sections Depopulated By Leopold's Army—Hands Cut Off Natives as Boldlers' Souvenirs. Dr. W. M. Morrison, a Southern iTesbyterlan missionary to the Congo Free State, in speaking to the Presbyterian Ministers' Association at Louisville gave an Impressive recital of th» alleged barbarities practiced upon the natives of the Congo Free State by those holding the power, and of the obstacles thrown in the way of their correction by the autuorltles. "I lived with the people for seven years. I know what 1 am talking ftbout," said Dr. Morrison. "Leopold has there a native cannibal army of 20,000 men, officered by white Belgians and armed with repeating rifles. These men, representing the worst and most savage type of the natives, were flrst caught then carried far away from their homes and forced Into this military service. Then, In turn, this cannibal soldiery Is used to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 13 April 1904

THE AMHERST PROGRESS? Issued Every Wednesday by stickleY tucker aftd AUDREY E. STRODE. Editors and Publishers? STicKLEY Editor-ln-Chltf and Business Manager. ~ AMHERST. VIRGINIA. Entered at the postofHcs at Amherst, .Virginia, as sociJiul-ela;,s mail-matter. WEDNESDAY, APRIL KS, 1904^ ... _ VX. i pJkOR .. .s . . frit Alt businewtr letters and article* intended for publication fclnmld be addrest»d to '11 ik l'ii(KiKi:ss t in order ty, '►.ecuru pn.mpj atten'tioi\. •'to a person \vho happens to be absent at the time, they may not be opened '/or severaVjiays. THE CONGRESSIONAL PRIMARY. I At a meeting of the Democratic Committee of the Tenth Congressi<}mil .held in I.ynchburg 'nn Saturday jt was decided to 'hold on July 2 the primary called' for by the organization of the Democratic party to nominate a can-., 'didate for Cougresfl. The names of all.candidates must be placed in 1 the hands of J*ks«ph Button, chair- j man of the committee, not late* j than Slay 2. In case the na...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 13 April 1904

THE AMHERST PROGRESS, .» -'V -A- '■ *t Iyfr AMHERST, VIRGINIA. WEDNESDAY'APRIL 13, 1904. u ' LOCAL & PERSONAL. i« LOCAL SCHEDULE. SOUTHERN RAILWAY SOUTH BOUND. No. 19, Loral ramoter Train, leaves Amherst 8:20 arrive* Lynchburg MB A. M. No. V, 1'h weaker Train, leave* Amhtnt 1:42 l>. M.; «rrlve« Lynchburg *21 i'.* No.!», Through Mall, leaves Amherst 2:6(1 j V. m.j arrives Lynchburg MB P. *■ NORTHBOUND. ~' ; No. 10, Passenger and Hall, leaves Lynchburg 8:20 a. m.: arrives-Amherst MB A. *. No. 18, Local Paatwnger, leaves I j nclibnrg *:85 I-. M.; arrives Amffer»tlW» I*. *. No. mi. Mall and raeseoger, leaves Lynchbnrg 4:17 p. m.; arrive* Amherst W P. No. 20, Local I*asseUger, leaves Lynchburg--7:06 p. M.; Hf-rlven Amlwfft V, frn(,i, FftOM>bTi%r Misses Maggie Yates,. Mary Jones, and Mattie Petyjohn, of Lynchburg, spent .Easter holidays with Miss Nannie Morris at her i hospitable "Mountain Home." The $qn day-schools at Bethany and Huiyrua Churches have be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 13 April 1904

DANGEROUS NEGLECT. It's the neglect of backache, sldeicbe, pain in tbe hips or loins that Anally prostrates the strongest body. Tbe kidney warnings are <JP serious — they tell you that they are unable to A filter the body'a waste fm Mx\ nn '' poison from tbe blood ■ —the sewers are clogged (E and Impurities are running wild to Impregnate J J nerves, heart, brain and J / every organ of the body | jfl with disease elements. Y Doan's Kidney Pills are quick to soothe aud strengthen sick kidneys, and help tbem free the system from poison. Read how valuable thoy are, eveu In case* it long standing. L. C. Lovell, of 415 North First St., Spokane, Wash., says: "I have had (rouble from my kidneys for the past ten years. It was caused by a strain to which ! paid little attention. But 9s I neglected the trouble It became worse and worse until any strain or a •light cold was sure to be followed by severe pain across my back. Then the action of the kidney secretions bename deranged and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 11 May 1904

VOL. I. NO. 22. QUICK REM ORDERED Russian Forces Hasten to Get Away from Japs. -RUSSIANS KILL EACH OTHER. Largo Force Attacks Retreating Com--Vies, Killing and Wounding 180—Leave Stores on Field. Orders have been issued to General Sassulltch to retreat to the north of Feng-Wang-Cheng at top speed, as the Japanese are rushing to that point in large numbers. A dispatch received at St. Petersburg says that Port Arthur Is cut off from ail communication by land, the Japanese having disembarked in its rear, occupied the railroad and cut the telegraph. Vice Admiral Skrydloff, who is en route to Port Arthur to take command of the naval forces in the far east, will be unable to reach his destination. The departure of Viceroy Alexleff and Grand Duke Boils from Port Arthur was hurried owing to the possibility of the interruption of railroad communication. General Kurok.i tells of a bloody encounter during the Russian retreat on Sunday, when a large force of Russians mistook a small body of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 11 May 1904

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. IssuotT EVefy \V&'c!h6sday by and AUBftEY E. STRODE. Editors and Publishers, STICKLEY TUCKER. Editor-in-Chief and Businsss Manager. AMHEKST. VIRGINIA. Kntered nt the postoillco at Amherrf, .Virginia, as si!c.uHl-(4a.»» mail-iiitttfi. r. \VTKDiNESDAY, MAY 11, ISO 4. A MASS-MEETING ON MONDAY NEXT. As will be seni from the resolutions adopted on' Saturday last by '.the Democratic executive cominit--loe of this county, which are published in full in another column, a mass-meeting .of J lie Democrats of Amherst county is called to take place at the Courthouse at twelve o'clock „m. on Monday next. That will be the third Monday in ifiiy, bid county-court day, and the day for the regular meeting of (lie fanners' institute, which was organized on the third Monday in March. The committee fixed upon <hat day in order (hat the people might be able to attend both the 'farmers' club and the mass meeting with but a single trip to the Y'ourthoUse. r . . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 11 May 1904

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. AMHERST. VIRGINIA MAYII, li)0 f 4: LOCAL? & ffftEftSONiAL. LOCAL SCHEDULE. southern: RAILWAY SOUTHBOUND. No. IfcLooat Pasjuger Train, leaves AmIwrst 83U a. K.; arrives Lynchburg UJKi A. M. No.», PaxHenxer Train, leaves Amhernt J:l2 p. M.; arrives Lyucbburg 2M l*. Jt. Nil ai, Through Mall, leaves Ainlierst r. arrives Lynchburg HJU i>. a. NORTHBOUND. No. 10. Passenger and Mall, leaves I.yiichI»org8:20 a. u.; arrive* Ainlierst IMW A. M. No. .18,1 Meal l*as»eiiger, leaves l,yuclibnrg *;H6 r. It.; arrives ATiiherstSMW i\ M. No. Ml Mall and Paasenger, leaves Lynchburg <:IT arrives Amberst 4:47 f. M. ; Nu.» J.ocaT I'assfcoger, leu ves Lynchburg 7M H. arrives Amherst 7:42 i\ m. PULLMAN SLEEPING-CARS. Beginning un Sunday, May Ist, the Norfolk and Western Railway Inaugurated through Pullman Hleeiilng-cars between Roanoke and Saint Louis, on train* 8 and 4, Wra Columbus, Ohio, and the Pennsylvania lines. Trains it and 4 now «arry Pullman ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 11 May 1904

BE Heed nature's warning! Pain tells of lurking disease. Backache Is kidney pain—a warning of kidney ills. Urlnfary troubles, too, come to tell you the kidneys are sick. Constant weariness, headaches, dizzy pain, nights of unrest, are danger signals warning you to cure the kidneys. Use Doan's Kidney made thousands of permanent cures. nnd farmer, Catskill, N. Y„ says: "Doctors told me ten years ago that I had Bright's disease, and said they could do nothing to save me. My back nched so I could not stand it to even drive about, and passages of the kidney secretions were so frequent as to annoy me greatly. 1 was growing worse all the time, but Doan's Kidney I'ills cured me, nnd I have been well ever since." A FIIEE TRIAL of this great kidney medicine which cured Mr. Overbaugh will be mailed 011 application to any part of the United States. Address 1 oster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. l'or sale by all dealers; price 50 cents per box. A Paradise for Women. The tre it.nent accorded women l...

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