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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 17 August 1905

VOL. 11. NO. 36. PEACE TERMS SUBMITTED Japanese Envoys Present Their Demands at Portsmouth. RUSSIA MUST PAY THE COST Cession of Leases on L'aotung Peninsula and Evacuation of Manchuria Demanded. The peace envoys of Russia and Japan held their first meeting at Portsmouth, N. H., August 9, but nothing of Importance was done until the second day when Baron Komura presented an outline of the Japanese claims, which were transmitted by M. Witte to St. Petersburg. Although great secrecy Is maintained, the claims are said to include the cession of Sakhalin, reimbursement for the expenses of war, cession oi leases on the IJaotung peninsula, in eluding Port Arthur and Dalny; the evacuation of Manchuria and the "open-door" policy there; the cession of the Chinese Eastern railway below Harbin, recognition of a Japanese pro Wet orate over Korea, the grant of fishing rights from Vladivostok to Ber lng sea, the relinquishment to Japan of Russian warships now interned in neutral ports and a limitat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 17 August 1905

IHP A Vil» ( . | RQ( RE 5. *- isued Every ' r hiir cloy by ' STICKLIiV'T 1 ICKt'H ••'«HI AUBREY E: STUODKV •Editors and Publishers. stic! i-rwvi l tp FC»or ir.-cniof apd : ' Business /tCatfaaor: , AMHERST, yiftGlNlA. Kntered at ttie postolttee at Amherst. Virginia, as eecenii L clas3 mail-matter. " T Hl' Its J.) a" \ , G. 17, J •»).->. titST All business letters and articles ntended for publication should- be addressed to Tmk i s itoiiiiKss. in'order to ' secure prompt attention. If sflsh-eswed ; t,o a person who happens to lie absent •iit the time, they may not be opened ■for several tiavs. - , » 1 i i SENATOR MASSiIS'S RKC^RD. jVITAT UK II AS DOXJi. ' WHAT 118 HAS FAIL- | KD T<> DO. (Nhort Mi'lrc.) | {Loin, Secari'd the pHSßcigc j to vote for of Ik'tfistoitlon lo pro- the cm ploy trs' llabil«inot('tlie destri.ction Hy bill, bnt, on tbi» Dt frult pCKtH. (Set his , contrary, voted vs. card, i the biit. (So»* Senate January 2(5, bJOG.) : Journal, ISJ7...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 17 August 1905

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. ' JMHERST VIRQINIA. _ THURSDAY', AUG. 17, lt)Q5. ! R^9JNIAI. : ' " 3K >OCAL SC-HED.WI4:. 4*6 UTHK HN AJIAYVtX. RoirrH,;.quNi>. .No. 11), I.oca 1 l'assep*e'r Tmin, leaves .\-n---i(ierxt 8:17 ,v. m.; arrives Lynrlibm* I >t. No. 11, Train, Icjiycs Aititicrstjiioo J'. m.; nrftv.(!s,l..viii6lil>'irß2:l7 p. m. No. at, Tlixdji'-.K Wiiil. leave* Aintjerst 8:08 r. H.; arvivesjlynclv.inri;B:B9 r. m. JJo. M, .New Vork mid Atlar.fji Kxuw'sx ileavtH Amherst at 11:08 r. m. NORTH lloyND. No. Ul, I'asseuner ami MiUl, leayts Xni'K 8:17 *. si.; arrives Ainw rst *:*>« A..M. No. 18, IrfK'.-il I'l'sscniroV, leaves l.yiicliliurK '£:85 t\ si.; arrives AmlKiist B:iWi M. " No. mi, Mull «n<l I'HHseniter, leiivt/.l.yncli-l-nrif 4:« l r. si.; arrives AmiierHt fci i*. si. No. ai, I.ocal Passenger, leives I.;,;ucnl)urg 7:02 p. m.; iirrivfß Amlicrst7:B6 r. S. We ask pardon for giving our Readers so much politics this week, but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 17 August 1905

J OUISA'S gILVER REDDING. , 1; E3 v HELENA DIXON. nanaananafl JtOA. OU may marry him. Louisa, since you are so deter- © V O mined. But you know that neither your mother nor myself approves your choice. The son of n drunkard, and one who Is likely to become one himself, Is 110 fit husband for you." "Oh, father, Vincent will never drink Intoxicating liquors; ho has promised me that he never will." Father ami daughter sat alone In the cozy sitting room of their country home. Louisa was as wayward as a spoiled child. She was the only one left at home of the little (lock that once nightly gathered there. Her brothers and sisters were all married. The former were brawny, well-to-do farmers, living not far awav, and the hitter contented, hard-working wives of farmers. Of course, everybody expected Louisa, when her time came to leave the paternal roof, to marry some thrifty tiller of the soil, and settle down near the old home, as (he others had done. And it might hare been so had not Vince...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 24 August 1905

VOL. 11. NO. 37. LORD CURZON RESIGNED •Jit 3 Office as Viceroy of India on Account of Dispute. *RL OF MINTO HIB SUCCESSOR lefus.T' of British Cabinet to Appoint Mayor Barrow Brought Matter to Crisis. The resignation of Lord Curzon of Kedleston, as viceroy of India, and the appointment of the Earl of Mlnto as his succfssor, was announced at the India office In London. According to the correspondence which Is issued in the form of a white boo!:, it appears that Lord Curzou's resignation was cabled to that office 011 August 12. The correspondence shows a decidely bitter feeling between Lord Curzon, the India office and Lord Kitchener, com-mander-in-chief of the forces In India, over the new plan of army administration in India. Lord Curzon's dissatisfaction came to head with the refusal of the cabinet to appoint Major Genera! Sir Edmund Barrow, on Lord Curzon's recommendation, military supply member of the council. Replying on August 2 to the refusal of Mr. Broderick, secretary of stat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 24 August 1905

, he amHefst progress. issued F.vo y '■S-i'M-'da" by * ' STICK! f " TuCKKR-ima . AUBR 1 .Y 1} STROni-'. EOltirs a hi* I'ot I1»l»t-rs. — - -- f STIfKI l v Tl'Ol I.i uaito. 111-Cll.ill atiu * Fii;:W<fes Manage'- J ' A.VHLtSj VINOiNIA. lOntereoHt the iHwodliev at Amherst, /trglnta; as sci.-nC---lass tuajl-matter. THIJIISI)Ay , AIV-. - ' . ' All letters :.nd articles liU'iidud fi!? 1 ]i ; !hlt;".titm l,e addressed te'Tr/i7' >•; in vrder to *' iceui-e paanpl attentioa. If addressed f ;o a persAu .win' happens to bf : absent. • it the time*, ttley Juaay not be opened ffor severttl'dayfi. riir nKMneiWlWr ftfIMARY"-"*" _!)n 'l+kKii.iy' la.V. has resulted in a 4^ weepi ng'v ietoi y 1 fbr Senator Thos, *S. Martin, who has carried every ' •.•ongress district, aud<svery city in •'the Btate except >S.t.ainil.oii. ' For (iovernor Jifv. Hw uison has tieen uomiiin"'d l»y a'liKg" jdm al- ; 'ity, .ludgw Mann't'tiiining second,' 'ami Mr. 'Wt.Hai'd third. : i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 24 August 1905

». #4MRM£ i H 1 AMHERST PROGRESS. AMif^Trvft^ryjA. AUG, 2», 1900. \ |LO Q A R SrONAL. i Mpv^'tY. ' SO^TH.IK^NI). (^SfiS«BJ6!£is J&asStoe^s" ■ Vl ' s Aujjiarst H:(W j — 1 V'WHrtWfV*' l W*- *• sW'iw^. *T7 * No.BU,K T It* f* l.yncli- ! ' No. ai, Ituyi ft l.yjn libnri,' .•7:02 p. m.; r«,t • 51 • ' TO PUB^»C-/BWIR9 i :-? EACH ? RS - The •ds.of. Amherst | 0 /'ounty nrfjl ! iii¥f fc !» t tj^^lowing r > places* aiwi if t purpose of conjtaaeHng lydhsiehers: Eton \Vinegjip r oii Saturday, A*gp&-M. j, tfiwe 1 ,, .jit j&fllberst, , on Tuesday, Tcmpeinn#' Jww' . ah, on , Sea^wi^i^. Pedlar Itonr4,'st on' ; Saturday, Sept«mli(?i' !>. ■ V W ALTER J>;. fCjqak of the Oaunty Hoard. .fFOR SALE —A tract-of 188 acre* of laiwl, situated on Turkey ilount!SiijLj/i Amberst county. This m good I-ImhA, pofl 4a <«wtciaHy ariaptto fruit. The ltTttrt Mfgfeell timbered. Apply to X,.eafe /)f The J'rmfreH*, 8-8-tf. Awhernt, Virginia. jpf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 24 August 1905

;Cas Light for Country Homes. \ Small country homos, us well ns ' InrjLjo ones, may lie lighted by the 'best light known— ACETYLENE I OAS -It Is easier on the eyes tluin |«iiy other lliumluant, cheaper than 'kerosene, as convenient as city gas, 'brighter than electricity and safer 'than any. ! No ill smelling lamps to clean, and [no chimneys or mantels to break. ; l'or light cooking It is convenient and cheap. ACETYLENE is made in the !basement and piped .o all rooms and- out-bulldlngs. Complete plant cost* no more than a hot air furnuce. |)Tl Automatic L 11 Ail Generators make the gas. They are perfect in construction, reliable, safe and simple. Our booklet, "After Sunset," tells inore about ACETYLENEsent free on re<|uest. Dealers or others interested In the sale of ACETYLENEuppnratus write us for selling plan on PILOT Generators and supplies -It Is a paying proposition for reliable workers. ACETYLENE APPARATUS MFG. CO., 157 Michigan Avenue, CHICAGO, ILL. " FOR WOMENjBjH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 4 January 1906

VOL. 111. NO. 4. DAWN. The hush of tbe after-midnight, As the footsteps wax ana wane, Is the startled awe of a lifeless moor 'Neath the drip-drip of the rain. ; The swell of the dawn's first traffic Is the moan of a rising gale. And the sigh of the waking sleeper is As tbe first breath in the sail. DAY. The clamor of noonday stirring Is the echo of Nature's voice, Beating gray shores with her mighty flail, While the battling waves rejoice. And ever the million faces — And none of them known to me — Can conjure the thought of a castaway On that relentless sea! ..METER, THE PROVIDER.. "WW l« « By Fisher Ames, Jr. Itfß IfjBIOTIMIAH chanted, "Metek, 180 Hi ibly peeuk nahme!" i. It wag no alleviation to f V-J Metek's anguish that there lteii HiP " were n ° i> uman ears to hear the tormenting words, except those in the four forlorn igloos that broke the white level of the fore shore like snow blisters. Shame travels on the wind, and goes one cannot tell where. The things that l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 4 January 1906

" m'H ' . Issued Eyq'ry Tbyr^d^y ST' !<! tl' Ti. :. i; i'K ;:nd - AUbREY E\ fT.RqpiZ, Etlltr«-R s,n||• t'i:bljshers. STICKLCY Tee; ER,'Editor ln}Cfticf i»pd , JSu^jneSs A* j \ge r . AMHERST; Vi-ncUN'A. Kntered at t'.u-'postoflice id Amherst, Virginia, as Metoiidk las< lUifi^-n^Mter. V U ; «S')A V, JA X. t All buHinesH letteors und'art'eles ntended for piibUeiitku.iiiin!!;' 1 l>e u<li pressed to Tiik Peyx crilv'v to .jrseure prompt a' few/Won. il' fwldfessed ' n 'io h v. ljj> kiippt iui to lie absent . i t the tii'ip, tney'u'ity ibo eoened l jior several V THE COST.OF CONVICT LACOR. We publish4n another cobtmu a very interesting let'eifb.y Mr. Jno. •ijieichle on the -eost' of convict la,:)or. Mr. Kciclile t-stirnatcs that ■ each convict wo-ked '.i« the jMiblic ■ roads during moiiths of February, March, April;.ami May, IPO4, '• cost the county per day for • "ach day of actual work. Me esti- • mates' that free labor can be had i f ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 4 January 1906

fT HE AMHERST PROGRESS. VIRGINIA. " TJ|URB>)AY, JAN. 4, LOCAL"& PERSONAL. LOCAL SCHEDULE. HOUTaSU.tN RAIIAVAY. «>;;riIHOITNM». No. I#, Locali iisiiengcr Train, lenvw.'A m.Ler»ttl:l7 <wm.; nrrlvcs I,vnclibik->r No.JLVuMtanger Train,leaves Amherst 1:.»8 ,1. M.J urrlvotTl.yucM'Uil: -':1~ 1'- >1 " No. 29, Through Alull. leaves Au'b 'rst .MM, l*. m.; arrives I.ynelihnrßfbliO r; m\ - No, .aw, New York nnd AtiiuyW- i.-S.-roHR, loaves Amherst at 11:08 J'. M. 4 SOUTHBOUND. No. iO, Passenger and Mall, leaves-Lyncli-\biic«B:l7 a. M.: arrives Amherst H:SH A. M. »» No. 18, Locafitasscpger, leaves J yncliburg i 2 Jis i\ m.; arrives A in-burst r. No. 30. Mall and ra«KCn«er, leaves Lynch--1 urg 4 .HO i\ M.f arrives Amlierst 4:fio r. m. > No. 20, Local J/asseufrer, 1 leaves Lynchburg f i:O2 t\ m.; arrives Ainrneryt'Vrftfi p. M. ftaT'Obituaries lu d.iwq.Ut.lonK <>•' respect not exceeding (en lines of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 4 January 1906

DON'T DESPAIR. Riid the Experienoo of ft Minnesota Wmimn and Take Heart. If your back aches, and you feel sick, languid, weak and miu>rable day after day—don't worcSnfc f y Doan's Kidney rills liave cured x thousands of women 111 the same condlAHH tion. Mrs. A. Helman of Stillwater, Minn., says: "But for Doan's Kldue y I would not be living now. They cured me 'n 1801) ai.d I've been well since. I used to have such pain in my back that once I fainted. The kidney secretions were much disordered, and I was so far gone that I was thought to be at death's door. Since Doan's Kidney Pills cured me I feel as if I bad been pulled back from the tomb." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. Mill Opened With Prayer. A curious custom was observed when the Forrest mill, Bacup, was restarted last week, after having changed hands. About forty persons assembled In one of the rooms, and a "consecration" service was held. Hymns were sung by the assembled per...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 18 January 1906

VOL. 111. NO. 6. A PRAYER. These are the gifts I ask, , Of Thee, Spirit serene: Strength for the daily task, Courage to face the road, Good cheer to help me bear the traveler's load, And, for the hours of rest that come between, An inward joy in all things heard and seen. These are the sins I fain Would have these take away: Malice and cold disdain, Hot anger, sullen hate, Scorn of the lowly, envy of the great. And discomfort.-that casts a shadow gray On all the brightness of the common day. —Henry Van Dyke. *f*ftfafofo MM* UNCLE HEWITT'S HIGHWAYMAN • » m By LULU LINTON. JtOK. OWN the path toward the barn trudged Uncle Hewitt, O I I O his lantern casting splashes H of light out into the darkSfow ness of that hour which comes just before daybreak. The wagon had been loaded with produce the night before, so that when he had harnessed old Bets he would be ready to start on his drive of twenty miles to the city. He was congratulating himself upon his early start when the kitchen door op...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 18 January 1906

THE PROGRESS 1 V>sued Eve-v Thursday Ijy - » STICKLPY rl'ckSß pud - AUDKf-V Li. STRODE,, EUlters aiicl Puhttttfior". STICKLCY -TUChER, KC.itor l'n-Chiaf and Busfto. s Manager. ' ' Katered at t-L/posiotliitt; at'.Vrnherst, T *ir;;inia, a?* se<.ond-<'t>iHs mail-matter. r thuesdaS, • fc-iV All busiuesM letters and articles nten<lp<t fbrmihilontion shw'il be ad-, fdre,ii«Ki' I'aooHWßSyjiii.f wier to ■■secure prompt attention. If niT&Vei-sed i l ..i a pei*Art who happens to be absent ;.,t the tiui-3, they-may not be opettcd tor several day v. ■> ABOLISH tOC*!. HANGINGS Delegate X. lO.t-tyessard, of Aleghany, will in trainee a bill p;o ■ viding that all"f-lons condemned i to di;.- on she'll 'be tak- ! '•l'o to the perfitewttiiry Aft'd'exccut- ■ ed within the silent walls of that ; institution. It is a refomi vcjiich"; The Times Dispatch has long advocated. Just -al'Ujr t McCue was-; executed in * Ohaf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 18 January 1906

.THE AMHERST PROGRESS. AMHERST. VIRGINIA. ' IraURSpAX; JAN. 18, 1900. j /floC AL& RERSON Al. 1 ' LOCAL3CHfcDUUE. SOUTHERN RAILWAY; ' scßTijibound. , No. XC Local Passenger Train, leaves Am/Lernt Bii7 a* m.; arrives j£-tf:s6 a. >i. w No, m. J'assongor Train, lCavcfs Amherst 1:.>8 .1. m.; arrives I,ynehburt 2:17 p. m. r No. 2D, Through Mall. Amherst 3.06 t p. M.; arrives Lynchburg MjW •_ . u No. BM, New Vorlc and AtlSfctu , ( leavel Amherst at 11:64T r,,K. NORTHBOUND. No. 10. rußnengbr ond Mall, IryvM tUru 8:17 a. m • trri'lyts Anila rxt>H.'» *■ ft- , 4t . No. 18, l.ocaf Passenger, leaved LyiicUburg . p. X.; affltM AraliowtW® "• . , j • No.SU, Mail «nd rn»sem?cr, leaves Lynch- I .turn 4:i!0 r. m.; arrives Amherst 1:60 JVM- _ ' No. 20, Local I'aseciiKur, leavcS •Lyilehburg . ,i:O'J p. m.; arrive* Amherst 7:156 r. M. ! Bfir Obitu«rien antlrcsobjUouß of -re-, .upect not fcceedlng ta'i linen of taw | ? ype will tie published free of eharge; j ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 18 January 1906

Surplusage. Owen Wlster, the novelist, was criticising the work of a literary beginner. "Now, here," said Mr. Wister, slashing his blue pcncil through an entire manuscript page, "here is arrant superfluity and surplusage. In what way do these 400 words help your story? "In no way. On the contrary, they hinder, they impede it. These written nords aro mero surplusage, as so many of our spoken words are mere surplusage. They resemble the useless questions that we ask. "A man stood before a mirror In his room, his face lathered, and an open razor In his hand. "His wife came In. She looked at him and said: " 'Are you shaving?' "The man, a foe to surplusage, replied fiercely: "'No; I am blacking the kitchen range. Where are you—out driving or at a mntincc?'" Lydia IE, Penkham's Vegetable Compound is a positive cure for nil those painful ailments of women. It will entirely cure the worst forms of Female Complaints. Inflammation and Ulceration, Fulling and Displacements and consequent Spina...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 8 February 1906

VOL. 111. NO. 0. IN THE ACE OF THE YEAR; is it the wizard wind That has shriveled the quince's rind? ISooth, we know it was he Who shook the leaves from the tree And danced them out of breath 'fill they wizened away in death! Strange and subtle powers Have rule of these ashen hour?. Binding the stricken sphere In this, the age of the year. Through the crisped grass and the husk Rustle the feet of the dusk; And the only song we know Is the back-log's murmur low. Then come, and sit with me By the side of memory And love, with the blue skies In her spring-reverting eyes. And then shall be vernal cheer In this, the age of the year! - I linton Scollard, in Munsey's Magazine. CUPID'S TRIUMPH By FANNIE LEORAND. ■Jjr~"lTßlF all worldly transactions, 1131 _ IsJI perhaps the one which I J least concerns any but the LA-/ j pri/ifJpsJ.*" is marriage; and ye t mnrriages everybody, second marriages e» pecially. Why, it would puzzle a conjurer to tell, but the fact remains, and in the case of Mrs....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 8 February 1906

i Issued ISm Tli"' -flay >:?" STICKUE.V TUCKCS WVJ,-. AUBREY* E. STRODE, E (liters and Ei blisherc. STICKLEV TlCKEß,'jstitor ir.-Chii'.Vitnd .B«sUvMSf""anaa»r, • . A/VUIERST/VU Gs\ I JA. Filtered at l!v pnstbftice :it Amherst, •'."'irgiuls, as se«.md-iihiss maiJ-m.Ucer. TilfKSlAr, FHB. ?•.' l'.iJp. All business letter : mis' articles •itended for publication lie ndf dressed to i n !■: PuofrHSS.s. ,it.i order to [• secure prompt altenUi.u. 1 f addressed '..ill pjrsoa who happens !• be* Absent tut the time, they may be opened .lor several days. ' " * What ha? become of the mid winter .journey of the Y irgipia and Xin'th ('arc,;tna Press.Assotfialions Lot'ubaf "Vve have heard fri/hing ;of it lately. Perhaps the ebininitiee is not certain that* v e have yet ,liiad wintei'i in view. at tho ntildof.the past. - laoutbC >■ riSTSICT SCHOOL lNbi ECVO^f. We are glad to noth-e that there was but one vote iu the House of Delegates against the bill .to abolish the district s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 8 February 1906

- rriE AMHERST PROGRESS: JUOCAL & PERSONAL. 1 HOUTIfKRN HiVI 1 AYAY. SOLTHfcOUXI). No. l!>, I,oral !':lsseii<'■!' Trail), lpnvcf, Amherst 8:17 A. MurrlyrS L.vnchburff S:fjH A. M. > No.», PuiHiCiiKer Traill, loftvjSK A mlierst 1:88 J'. M.; arrives l,Vm:li!>iirV 2:l7■>'. si. No. 211, Through Mall, leaves A inhere t >». M.; iwrises l,j nclil)tirKS:B» i*. M. _ No. BM,"New York anil Athtulu Exjnusii, leaves AiuUernt at 11:68 m. ' NimTltnOtNU.' No. Ml, Passenger onft Mall, leaves I.yncliliur# B:l{Tvi. M.; urr|v<;s Amherst KJSO A. M. • No. 18,■I.ocnl lViWt-tijwr, leaves Lynchburg -■fi.HS r. u.;- arrives Aridjcrst ■i:Ui! ivm. ~ " Xo. ;Kl, Mull ah* lMnsowser, loaves Lynch-l-urjj 4:1*0 i". si.j arrives Amherst 4:60 P. M. No. 20, Local PasHtuißer, leaves Lynchburg f p. si.; arrives AiuhurM 7(&i\ M. Obituaries nn<t. resolutions of-re-spect not exceeding "ten lines of this 'itype will,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 8 February 1906

A Ripping Dream. When my uncle first started In business as a general merchant In a country town It was in partnership with a young fellow of about his own age. Both hoys were very enthusiastic about their work, and after long days behind the counter they would go to their room above the store and continue to "talk shop'' far into the night. My uucle's partner wa3 particularly engrossed In his work, and often his sleep was disturbed by dreams of customers and big sales. One night his nightmare reached the climax. Evidently the dreamer was Just in the act of selling some cotton goods, for my uncle felt his night shirt go "r-i-i-p," straight up the back, while his partner was calmly saying: "Two yards, madam?" —Llppincott's Magazine. George Kessler, the New York mine merchant, who has made a big fortune recently in the stock market, is reputed to be long of 200,000 share of Reading. A TRULY IDEAL WIFE HER HUSBAND'S BEST HELPER Vigorous Health Is the Great Source of Power to Inspire an...

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