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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 1 March 1906

VOL. 111. NO. 12. POVERTY! THE NEWER WEALTH. *' Mr. Carnegie has come out as an ardent advocate of the value of poverty.—Daily Paper. The Laird ifl in love with the pauper's lot; He deems it as line as can be. The bare garret lodging and hard wood cot Are better than luxury. The dry crust of bread and the coffee cold, The tattered and torn old coats, Are better by far than the stores of gold That be in his suit-case totes. Far better than gilded sofa and chair Is the storm-swept wooden seat That stands in the parks, where poverty's heir Sits rating his weary feet. 6kimmed milk is finer than rich cham- pagne. And toil is far sweeter than ease; To walk in the drear of the gleet and the rain, In winter to shiver and freeze! To go without fire, to go without meat, Frost-bitten from forehead to toes. AVith hardly a sole to your swollen feet. And blue to the end of your nose! Oh, these arc the things that the millionaires All shv when their riches pile up— How gladly they'd swap off their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 1 March 1906

fHF, A.WHrrST PPC'J^FSS J" *■ r ■ • .v.yvjs^. n su .- " Cf*T^ ■issY»e»<i if.i'-'}y r 'h" ■••clay by' St'lGJy) F;V f'-'t-iUii: mul., AUHR&Y !' ;r'TppDF. l£(J. i i<-s /j ncl I ■ >:» ti" hers. sTicai^s^ohrp" ftittdr in-chic: -wi liusWt;;.'' Wunoaj;. ~, AAtij Wi'Nl A. KtfteroU fttl.ii6-V"A ai Amherst, ■ i;h oiail-iuatter. * Til 1' l»isT>a 1, . All business. Jailers ayd articles lltended to' » uulicatiim shoiijd be adjdressad to/rft'i: fuouilKss, in'i ider to eouie prompt uttention. I f H<U«i ceased i. .( a person \\ t-*. happen*) to I■ aliy-nt »at the t(me-, tttey may not be opened i,;or sevcr.al. » • „ INCORPORATING. " The hows eonieiHVpm l!ichmond '.hat, on account of the'vhort sc.v ■ siou of the Legislate**, the general , law providing a method whereby villages may lie will probably fail of passage, ft i.s too t'ate in the wspiou to hope to get • .through a special inf ti ifor this village, unless our citizens were to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 1 March 1906

•/THE AMHERST PROGRESS. AMHERST,-^VIRGINIA. r piUR§pAY, *lAIV f l, , LOC N A L. ■ localT^chedule. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. SOUTHBOUND. No. 18, l,ocnl Passenger Train, loavei AjfiI erst 8:17 a. m.; arrive* LynehUrnj WW A.M. ' No. ». I'assenijer Triiln, lerivcs Amherst lets „> • >C\ arrive* LyneliburK 2:1? i*. m. ' No. silt, TlirouKli MhII. leaves Amherst 3:00 „ I*. M.; arrive:! L.yncliiiiir)(-:I:.W i\ >1. " No. ail, New York end Atlanta Express, /leaves Amherst at 11:18 i'. M. NOH'fm BOUX1). No. 10. T'nsseiittfr anil Mull, bur;? 8:17 a. m.; i/irlves Amherst 8!88 A..IM. No. 18, lioeal HkscvnEer, leaves l,rp,rlibure 2:851». m.; arrives Amherst 8:Ut) i. M. No.SU, Mall and )'as*eMr*r, ler.ven Lynchburg 4:Ku r. m.;.arrives ArtTfjyrst 4:3(J f' M. No. 20, Local f.iM i». m.; arrives Ambert^7jjlS^'^H. C£r Obituaries pud-resolutions of respect not excjhdi}«r* et » lines of this .yiie will be published freo of charge; J.alrbeyoiid that,length will be Charged ' at the" ...

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

PAINS AMIRMAN WOMEN FIND RELIEF Tb* Oaae of Mlas Iran* Crosby Is One of ThoUsands of Cures made by Lydla H. Ptakham's Vegetable Compound. How many women realize that it is not the plan of nature that women should suffer so severely. Thousands of American women, however, hare found relief from all monthly suffering by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, as it is the most thorough female regulator known to medical science. It cures the condition which causes so much discomfort and robs these periods of their terrors. Miss Irene Crosby, of 31S Charlton Street, East Savannah, Ga., writes: " Lydia E. PinkhamWegetable Compound is a true friend to woman. It has been of great benefit to me, curing me of irregular and painful periods when everything else had failed, and I gladly recommend it to other suffering women." Women who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backaohe, bloating (or flatulence), displacement of organs, inflammation or ulceration, that "bearing-down" ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 15 March 1906

VOL. 111. NO. 14. flight proiji l(ie fjaretj, of the ablest dlplomatlsts, and at the same 111 I tlme one of tlle ,la,ldsomcst LVJ members of the International Peace Conference at The Hague in 1899, was Noory Bey, the second Turkish delegate to that conference. The Sublime Porte has many able men In her service, but I doubt that Sultan Abdul Hamld and the Ottoman Empire have an abler and more devoted servant than Noory Bey, or rather (now after his well-merited advancement) Noory Pasha. What Lord Sanderson was to the British Foreign Office, that was and iB still Noory Pasha to the Turkish ministry of foreign affairs. He is a peculiar type of Turk; indeed, he is an original and most interesting mixture of Frenchman and Old Turk. I remember always with true delight hours which we spent together 011 a balcony of n certain hotel at Therepla, watching the glorious illumination of the mountains of Anadolin by the setting sun, discussing Oriental poetry and philosophy, the great historical ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 15 March 1906

f HE PROGRFSS. Issued y Tf><> rsdoy STick£rv\L<?RE'R nr.u aubSev e. J?tttoDi-'. Editors and 'PutiT/sKe^r.s. STICgLfJT Editor In * ~ AMH EpT\ VIRGINIA. Kntered at the Rt A^wwf. as mad-matter. THURSDAY, MAR. ,15, JOO6. Buy.All luislnesi letter and articles intended for pybjleaiiort Should we ad(reused to 't'lii-: I'ikhikkss, in < ( -rder to aeuure prompt attention. 11' addressed xo a person wlio happens t;» b( «t the time, they not lj£- opened Tor several days. JUDGE UENNETI iY.Y±,<yU"CORtSbN. On Thursday night last the I>e .uiocratie caucus nominated lion., Bennett Taylor Gordon, of Nelson. f to be judge pi' the ivfw circuit (the 20th) composed ,ol" the counties of Amherst, Ruckingham, Fluvanna, I and Nelson. A sj,iort time before; caucus met, JJr. C. J.. Scott, Mr. Cordon's inosi formidable op-j ponent, withdrew from the Held,' .and Mr. Cordon easily w.on over | 'Mr. Paul Pettit, of Fluvjixiivi, audi Mr. Ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 15 March 1906

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. TmHERSITVIRGINIA. ~ T/I.IT RSI)Ay~MAR.J 5. IWO., €gcal&>£; rsonal. LOCAL SCHEDULE. BOirMfcßN RAILWAY. SOUTH MOUND. No. UULocal Passenger Train, leaves Amherst 84? Acr.ivf 8 8:60 a. No. tf, Passeuger I'nilu.-K**'® B Amherst 1:88 p. m.; arrives Lync&WOT 2*7 p. M. No. 2», Through Mall, leaves Amherst frOb JP. m.; arrives Lynchburg p. m. No. BV, New York and Atlaufcji Express, ilea yes at 11:68 p. M. >OKTII IMJUND. No. \Q, and Mall, leaves Lynchburg 8:17 a. m : arrives Amherst B:stt a. m. No. 18, LocaliF«iKstivger, leave* Lynchburg 2:Bft p. m.; arrives Amherst BHW P. M. No. 80, Mail and Passenger, Im»v§m Lynchburg 4:!iU »». m.; arrives Amherst 4:00 p. m. No. a» f Local .Passenger, leaves Lynchburg /:02 p. Amherst 7:35 P. M. au<l reaolutiws uf re ' ppeet not ej;ceedUvK ten lines of this ff.ype will be free of diajjre ; ,ull beyond ilik length will be charged Ot the rate of Ave ceuts per line. * Bkmkmbkr ! —Tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 15 March 1906

BOX OF WAFERS FREE—MO DRUGS -CURiS BY ABSO.r'TION, Car** B.lehlncr of Oh-!I»1 tlresth Ml Bart Htotnftoli-Shott Breitlw floating—Sour UrnnUtloni« Irregular Hearr, Etc. Take a Mull's Wafer any lime of the day 9r night, and note the in mediate good effect on your stomach. It absorbs the gas, Hisiufects ths stomach, kills the poison terms and cures the disease. Catarrh of the head and throat, unwholesome food ind overeating make bad stomachs. Scarcely any stomach is entirely free from tair.t of aome kind. Mull's Anti-itelch Wafers will make your stomach healthy by absorbing foul gastß which arise from the undigested food and by re-enforcing the lining of the stomach, enabling it to thoroughly mi* the food with the gastric ju ces. This cures stomach trouble, promotes digestion, sweetens the breath, stops belching and fermentation. Heart action hei:omca strong and regular through this process. Discard drugs, as you know from experience they do not cure stomach trouble. Try a common-sense ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 19 April 1906

The Amherst Progress. VOL. 111. NO. 19. THE WOOL-GATHERER. Where has thou been in the wind and rain? "Gathering wool on a far plain. "Four shepherds keep those flocks afar In pastures where no hedgerows are. "They give no tithe, they take no hire, They warm their hands at no man's fire. "When one lias driven the flocks all day, At no far fold they make their stay. DULLOO D. S. 0. OSCAR KING DAVIS- CjIqKwwECAUSE he ci me from luilia and because our knowl(3 edg- of that far-away land *2 was very an< * we XXXS peopled it with tlie men aud lieas'.s of Mr. Kipling's stories, we called him Dnlloo. Dulloo seemed to be r. good Indian name, and in the general topsyturvy of conditions and things in the settlements at Tientsin ihat suinu:er it mattered very little whether names or clothes or anything else fitted their wearers. He was attached to r. legiment of Indian troors, one of those strange aggregations or Skills, Pathans, Afghans, Punjabis, Hajputs and even Bengalis, which, al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 19 April 1906

TUCifl'V ijnd; ' AURPPV'P fTBhUiR-.* :ff lidlrort and' ruhl|shft'; r .' STICKLEV latf tteslftefg AMH£pr^RgyN!A. Entered at t&e {yiitsWort at Amherst, • /irginia, assecrftVT-Masa' mail-matter. Bktf-.Vll Jjjtter# at j'l aj'tlclcs j ; 11 tended for publication should be ad- j J reused to Til K -I*nk> wHlSv*. iVi ordSr to j » :ecure prompt attent ion, if addressed wo a person who'll a jfyeuw to be tfbfisit J t the (laife, they may not be opened tj jr several aay%."' - > »-■- - - . ••• rr; —— I EXIT JUDGE V.'HITE. About ttyrce vesrs ajjo Tfoii. .7110. AI. White, pf Albemarle, beiaine judge pt' ouCcounty court (or the jemaindejr■ of tbc yeai>.lH^:i r .ahd in .* ,ju'dge' i p( 'tjip then u'ew circuit 'of whicji .\n;iierst; a,- part. /The late' Legislature put Amherst in ;i new circuit, and the tutttt in Session here this week is the last that Judge \yiiite \tUI .hold lu-re, .unless tliere should be a special 'term. His jurisdiction 'county does n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 19 April 1906

•• —latewdiNiy^"* " THUf{«T>^Y, JV|R. I^7l j^QCAL I;O<£AL SCHEDULE. BOUTHF.fIN RAILWAY. SOUTHBOUND.* V No. 19,1.0c'al l'asxtwrfh rtaln. leaves. Amt*ral t:h A.: yt arrlrfS# HM A. >(. i So. #, Team, loaves Amlwnt lfltt v.'*.; arrlvesl.yncli'bu>(!2:l7 r. M. No. », Through .Moll, lunve* Am lit rat Siljf e. M.; arrives l.vurliburit J-- M. No. as, New York Hud Atlanta, Kxprtss, taftvci Ain buret at U.fii r. K. • V . * KOitTHS'JiLND. I Wo. 4;, PtssitHfrf and' Mali, leav-cR I.yncli*<Mr«#>« \» M.;.,jy«-|,vtv!| MM A. M. 1 . No. IK, Ko™ii>SKyL!;iY, leaves l.yuehburg I.:U i*. M.; arrlvlW Auilief.U &U8 *. . No.au, .Mall and leaves Lytic liJjitrx 4:8) I', m.; uSrTlves -Vtuliernt 4:6 V I*. M. • No. 20, l.oral F»sH«-uai'i ri«-ivrJi l.y&elibnru .*•»« 11.I 1 . a.; urflvii H. f&jTdbiiuaries at;a tresobatiotiH of retipect fiot excteitiitjf ten litiwt of tills 'type will 4)e< publi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 19 April 1906

The Western Man. ' Here la someone's conception of the western man: "Ho rolled the prairie up like cloth, drank Mississippi dry, put Alleghany In his hat, a steamboat In hie eye, and for his breakfast, buffaloes some twenty-one did fry. He whipped the whole Comanche tribe one day before he dined, and for a walking cane he took a California pine, and when he frowned he was so black the sun It couldn't' shine. He whipped a ton of grizzly bears one morning with a fan, and proved himself, by all these feats, to be—a western man." THREE FACTS For Sick Women To Consider Fimt.—That almost every operation in our hospitals performed upon women ■becomes necessary through neglect of such symptoms as backache, Irregular and painful periods, displacements of the female orpana, pain in the side, burning sensation iu the stomach, bearing-down pains, nervousnese, dizziness and sleeplessness. Shcoito.—The medicine that holds the record for the largest number of absolute cures of female ills is Lydia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 3 May 1906

VOL. 111. NO. 21. CWENDOLEEH'S REPQBE. _ A WELSH SO WO. Mr Gwendoloen, my heart's delight! Sleep on through shivering spear and brand, 'An apple rosy red .within thy baby hand; Thy pillowed cheeks a pair of roses bright, Thy heart how happy day and night! 'Mid an our woe, O vision rare! Sweet little princess cradled there, The apple in thy hand—thy all of earthly care. Thy brethren battle with the foe, Thy aire's red strokes around him sweep. Whilst thou, his bonny babe, are smilling through thy sleep. All Gwalia shudders at the Norman blow! What are the angels whispering low Of thy father now? Bright babe, asleep upon my knee, How many a queen of high degree Would cast away her crown to slumber • thus like thee. •—Alfred Percival Graves, in Westminster Gazette. Y MOST TOO LATE. V X BY DOBA BUBBELL. X UNDER the maple trees Grandfather Bennett's house stood out all red, and square, and comfortable, and under the'maple trees Granddaughter Julia was just winding up a long quarrel witk ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 3 May 1906

f -f ($ T/tar^**'by* - '.;. S7""KLeY 'PUr ker qr.d \, E RTROOBS.. Editors rnd Pt»h r 'shers; in-Chltf qnd j '•: VIRGINIA.^" Filtered at fir Amhfcf'.;i, /irgliiia, iih ohd-Mass iffait-niPttcT. a r. ' ■ - - x * ©aS* AU business letters'img iirtieles . n tended for publication should'be aii- . 1 ressed to Tiik I'uoqkkss, iji cjier to j/ocure prompt attention. If ar'.i'rpssed ;,fo a person win happens to -u <".t the tiiniythey luijy. not • ;or several atfon. ' } THE SAN FRANCISCO REIJEF' FUND. Never lias thej e been n betto •! inhibition- of the pliilffntlivfijfk' j spirit of the American people than 'in the way they hpjre <jou'ti;jbu{:eil io the relief of those vli-» Mere-je- | eently made destitute by earth- j quake and tire in Soil Francisco. ■Ou the day'of the the ! part of the f>ihdbitauts;of*< 'that city, with a tolatl_ population-, "of half a million or risot e, was ren-1 tiered destitute. Forthwith, from j every quarter- from the mansi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 3 May 1906

/HE AMHERST PROGRESS. AMHERST. VIRGINIA. MAY AL ~&~PERSO NAL. LOCAL SCHEDULE. SOUTHERN KAILWAY. r &OUTHJH>UXD. !10. 19, tioccjl Passenger TralD, leaves Ama. >f.; arrives I.yiu'libui'K X-JM A. M. a' No. », Passenger Train, leaves Amlierst 1:88 T. M.; arrives Lynchburg2:l7 I'. M. f No. S5, TllrgTr gh Mall, leaves Amherst 3:21 p. M.; arrives, ynchburi;i'. M. _ , No. M>, York and Atlanta Express, leaves AmUcfst at 11:58 |>. * ' Kf lITHBOOXD. No. 10, lessenSfor and Wall, leaves I.ynchHirg 8:17 a. SLJ Hfrlvex Amherst 8:68 a. m. No. |8, I, of a I f»ssfc!)){(:r, leaves l.ynchburg *:S6 I'. M.; arrives A m h&rst &21 I*. M. t No. Btf, Mall and I'assenger, loaves I.ynchl arc4:'JU r. m.; arrives Amherst few u, -. No. 20,1,0tv.'. 1 l ,isseniter, leaves (.ynchburg 1M i*. x.; arrive* Amherst 7;:!5 r. M. Jfi>"Obl!aarit's and resolutions of reupect not'exceeding ten HneS 'of this nype will be publuh...

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

SEVEN YEARS OF SIIFfERINS hltd at I,a*t Through TTi'ng Doan'a Hilary PIIU. Mrs. Sellna Jones, of 200 Main St.. Ansonia, Conn., says: "If it bad not been for Doan's Kidney Pills I would not be alive to-day. Seven years ago I was so bad with pain in the back, and so weak tlint I had to keep to my room, and was In bed so;ne- ■ times six weeks at a spell. Redlining wltli | Doan's Kidney Pills. I the kidney weakness was soon corrected, and inside a week all the pain was gone. I was also relieved of all headaches, dizzy spells, sorerand feelings of languor. I strongly recommend Doan's Kidney Pills." Sold by all dealers. fiO cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. Southern Chivalry. Many stories have been tcld of Southern chivalry, but the palm appears to go to a story told by a former governor of Kentucky while vlaitlng in this city recently. According to the narrator a genuine Kentucky colonel boarded a street car which was very crowded, and V>w he stepped on the foot ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 17 May 1906

VOL. 111. NO. 23. . UNSELFISHNESS. Tis commonly asserted, We're all a selfish run, ! That wery blessed fellow Looks out for number one. Lsnd sakes, just look around you To see 'tis not the case; | The world is overflowing ' With charity and grace. One chap has information What figure stocks will be; He does not mean to use it, l So sells the tip to me. A bachelor has knowledge Of how to win a maid; He does not mean to use it, 8o tells me for my aid. We'll all succeed by taking Advice on what to do; (I don't intend to try it, ' So tell thin plan to you). f —McLandburgh Wilson, in The Sun. 11111 I I I I I A Tangled Family, 3E remarriage of Mrs. ■ Vanstone, after a long ** . j widowhood, was the popular gossip of the season, i jWf yet no one could solve the problem and no one seemed entirely Baffled except the new husband. The Vanstone relations were vexed, the servants sulked, and the widow's son and daughter, Charley and Millie, just of age, Imagined their prospects blighted. "Oh, Ge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 17 May 1906

Jp f '' iiVtVJ'ayJ. " STICK'. tY lUCt't r-' ;>r,J Ani'i'sV-i- y ,'uor.i-H '">* Et'tn-fs nd sricuLi ; r>.'i y».R. i>jUor-in-ch:c. ...id B'ni-jiifuS Manai' •. AMHE&ST. Entered a I t^ v - [•< - st-.-115' ; A inherit,, /Irginia, as Heoem'-rlas* tuiii'.-imuter. . — —- > TilU IiSDAV.,'" •{ A \ 1 , l'Wl. (Mr All in slit * re: ■ an.J.a i;--les Intended for pnl>l ivat ; on nh<>nW->i,■ ad ,resH«<l to 'I'mK in ou&r to •ceure prompt attention. If adiVteased ,»o a person who happum to be absent #.t th» Mine, they u.ac" t.oi be opened j; 'or several day.-. t: ■ «-* -*■ — » WOOD FOR TiK: SCHOOL HOUSES? We call tlu> attention of our school Misl'etw to the sUon V>f, Diir Chei-tiint orrespondelft. who S is a teacher i;i r th<« rs! public | '-chools, -tffat the '^li^dd "j provide the school im»s"<\s. *ith \vood. Ah ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 17 May 1906

* ,-T -iivui . iTHUKbi AY, MAY 17, £oC AL '& PERSONAL. I LOCAL SCHEDULE, aOLTiJKIIN KAIL WAY. SOJITII HOUN I). ' No. 10, Ijoonl I'fisfi nK'r Train, irnvc Am'herstH:l7 A. M.; arrive* I.viiehburg «:£# A. M. No. si, Passenger 'I'ralu, leaves A inliftr.it IS* 1. m.j arrives Lyni'hhiirK 2:17 r. M. No. 110, Tilrf'UK'li Mali, leaves Amherst 8:21 m.j urrivi'j, Lviitfliburn !I:8W p. M. ■ No. so, NSet York and Atlanta kxpreas, 'a"es Amherst at 11:68 p.m. NOKTUHOU.ND. *To. 10, Pnsseniter ami Mall, leaves T.ynrh 'Isrif 8:1" a. m.j arrives Amherst KM a. m. "<>. is, l,oeul Passenger, leaves J.ynelibnrg #v i". m.; i.rrives Amherst 8:21 p. M. >«. SUMfcril ami I'jswiitfer, leaves t.ynch- I tft't; M.: a Mlwes Amherst 5:17 v. m. i • "Nil. Jill, Lnr.it •♦ nAt-ucer. leaves I.yßeliborg I 7:U2 I-. :;j;.-iv#s Amherst 7:86 l*. M. and resolutions of re-1 pjiect ijut lines of this .type will lie published frfee of charge ■ife.ll bqyontt that length wi 1 l&g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 17 May 1906

WASTED TO A SHADOW. Bat Found a Care After Fifteen Tent* of Suffering. A. H. Stotts, messenger at the State Capitol, Columbus, 0., says: "For fifteen years I liad kidney troubles, v and though I doctored \ faithfully, could not ; Uud a cure. 1 had 'heavy backaches, I dizzy headaches and j terrible urinary dlsorI dors. One day I collapsed, fell insensible on the sidewalk, and then wasted away In 1. _ .1 /. .. j bed for ten weeks. After being given up, I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. In o couple of months I regained my old health, and now weigh 188 pounds. Twelve boxes did It, abd I have been well two years." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. A Short Cut. "There goes a man," observed a steamship agent as he directed attention to a surly-looking individual who had Just engaged passage for Europe, "whose efforts are devoted to constructing short cuts in business methods and In eliminating all time consuming men and their propositions from his bus...

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