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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 26 September 1907

VOL. IV. NO. 42. TOWN AND COUNTRY. ■ God made the undiieerning earth, The earth it brought forth trees; >' God" also made discerning man, " ' And man made factories; And so the factory and the tree Are parts of nature's plan; Both man-made mill and earth-made tree Should please the God-inade man. The bobolink's song and the motorman's Kong Are parts of one refrain; And so is the crash of the cataract, And the rattle of the rain. The cat tied hills and the towered town, The wood path and the alley, The world-thronged streets whose streams are men, And the rivulet-threaded valley— These all are the equal home of the man YVho loves the human brood; The home of the man who loves the world And calls the whole world good. The robin's strain in the backwood lane To this man's ear is sweet; And so is the rhythmical pulse of the pave With its tread of a thousand feet. He loves to see' the pine tree grow And see the waveliouse loom. And gee the steamboats throng the wharves And see...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 26 September 1907

fHJS AMHERST PROGRESSIssye.cJ gvery Thursday by STICKLJSY TUS#gB and AUURgy JJ. STB.QDS, Editors WJ PvWishers. f " -*•" ■»'- '■ 1 1 • STICKLEY TUCKER. E4llw-ln-Clllef and Business Mana^r. ' AMHERST^^ Kntered at tlve pMNtuJHjig gt Aiulierwt, Virginia, an secuud-cl*3* maiU-iiatter. MT All business letters and articles Intended for publication should be addressed to Tmk Pkoohkss, In order to f ecu re prompt atteutUjil. If addressed a person wlio happ,jis to be absent ft the time, they may not be opened for several days. AMHERST AT THE EXPOSITION. Id the last two Quiubsrs of The Progress mention has been made of 41 persou« who have visited the Jamestown Exposition. It in possible that some escaped our diligent reporters. However, even the number given speaks well for our Amherst people. We hope that j.he uumher will increase—as we dare say that it will—during the piouth of Oetolter. We believe all Who go will get valup received. ATTENTION, CANDIDATES. Candidates iu th# regular election ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 26 September 1907

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. AMHERST. VIRGINIA. THURSDAY, T.' 1907. LOCAL & PERSONAL] MT Obituaries and resolutions of respeet not ■»—dlug ten linn of this type will be published free of cksrge; all beyond that length wUI be charged at the rate of live wots per line. LOCAt SCHEDULE. SOUTHERN RAILWAY SOUTH 800 STD. No. U. Loosl P«Mon*er Train, dee at Am- , horit two a. M.; regular ntpp. t Mo.», PaiiMßßOr Trsla. duo at Aaboril IM * &&?brouck P M*ll. duo at Amhorit IM Atla.U dho at Amhorit UM r. *■; (top* on ilcnsL NORTIIBOUKD. No. M, d«e st Amhorit »-•* *. Has «u>p. • No. W, fuMD[<t snd Mall, duo Amhorit dee at A inherit ' Mo.' «^'Us?»d l< ?SMOi>(cr. doo Amhorit "Ktissnsaii,*. d.O st Amhorit 1i» #. M.' r regale r iwy. NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. All persons an hereby warned not to hunt, fish, or trespass In auy way ea our lauda, under penalty of being prosecuted to the extent of the law. P. W. Htaton, Farm an Franklin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 26 September 1907

KIDNEY TROUBLE Sufftrtd Ten 4H T%i*l Months, C.B. Fizer, MR. C. D. FIZER, Mt. Starling, Ky., writes: "I have suffered urlth kidney and other trouble fur ten years past. "Last March I commenced using l'eruna and continued for three months. I hare not used it since, nor have I felt a pain. "I believe that I am well and I therefore give my highest commendation to the curative qualities of Peruna." Pe-ru-na For Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Geo. H. Simser, Grant, Ontario, Can., writes: "I had not been well for about four years. I had kidney trouble, and, ir» fact, felt badly nearly all the time. "Tliis summer I got go very bad I thought I would try Peruna, so I wrote to vou and began at once to take Peruna and Manalin. " I took only two bottles of Peruna and one of Manalin, and now I feel better than 1 have for some time. "I feel that Peruna and Manalin cured riie and made a different woman of me altogether. I bless the day I picked up the little book and read of your Peruna." It Ih the buntnemn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 10 October 1907

VOL. IV. NO*. 44. ALICE DEAN'S CAREER By F. E. C. ROBBINS. While the audience that had filled the village church was slowly dispersing at the close of the graduating exercises of the class of '79, Dunton Academy, Dr. Carter and Mr. Dean, who had occupied reserved seats, Xound opportunity for a little conversation. Mutual congratulations were in order, for Richard Carter, the doctor's son, had delivered the salutatory in Latin, and Alice Dean, the lawyer's daughter, had given the valedictory address. "Yes," the doctor was saying, in hia breezy fashion, "I think Dick has done pretty well so far. Oh, certainly, he's going to be a physician! That suits me, of course. I like the oldfashioned way of handing down an occupation, so to speak, from father to son; but independently of that, I think that the boy has —well, you might almost say a genius for my profession. I really have strong hopes that Dick will amount to something. It's a great responsibility—this bringing up of a boy; but if ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 10 October 1907

fHK A/^HEf^S'3' Issued tvery Thursday by STICXLEY'TUrxER and Allßf fiy E. STRODB, Kdltc-s and Publishers. sriCKLEY t«' : CKER. Editor-in-Chief anil feusiiiess Manager. t , AMHERST, VIRGINIA^ Kntared at the lit Amherst, Virginia, as second-class mail-matter. f 6CT. 10, 1907! . business letters and articles 'intended for pUbllbati.au addressed to Thk I'kouk"kss, in order to ; Becure prompt attention. If addressed £0 a person whu'iiappeiid jlo tie absent '4t the time, they In ay not be opened °?or several days. OPPOSITION HELPS. The people of Nelson County arc • having a spirited campaign for Tresnrer. Mr. W. 15. Lea is a candidate against Mr. J. 11. Peebles who has held tlitf office l'or about j thirty years, we bjelipve. In the course of the campaign it has bceii | developed that for the past lisical year, Mr. Peebl'Csdrew about three hundred dollaj's more of commissions on the County levies than lie ' was entitled to draw under the law. How long this thing has been going on or what ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 10 October 1907

THE A/VIIJERST PROGRESS. AMHERST. VIRGINIA. " Wiir«r)AYro(ri\ 10, 1007. LOCAL & PERSONAL. Bay Obituaries and resolutions of reypect not exceeding ten lines of this type will be published free of charge ; all beyond that length will be charged at U>,e rate pf live cents per line. LOCAL SCHEDULE. SOUTHERN RAILWAY SOUTHBOUND. No. 19, liOC.it Passenger Train, due at Aml»erstß:oo ,v. M.; regular stop. No. 11, Passenger Train, due at Amherst 1.23 p.m.; regular stop. , . . . . , ' No. ®, Through Mall, due at Amherst 1:32 P. »!.: stops on slgiial. , ~ No! ilB, New York and Atlanta Kxpress, due at Aittherst U:'K! i'. M.; signal. northbound. No. «, due at Amherst VM A- *■; flag Mop. No. lU, l'asaenger and Mi. due Ainli-erst A. a. regnlur stop. • . No. it, Local Passenger, due at 2M v. M.; regular stop. . No. SO, ;lull and Pamwngpr, due Amherst «M i\ m.; regular stop. No. Local Passe ngyr, due at Amherst 7:69 p. M.; regular stop." NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS. All persons are h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 10 October 1907

The Grange and Highways. The following article, signed by Frank N. Godfrey, E. B. Norris and W. N. Giles, committee. Is a report to the New York Grange concerning highway legislation; Four bills were prepared that became known as the Hamm-Cobb Grange bills, because they were Introduced and championed by Senator Cobb and Assemblyman Hamn. They made constitutional provision for the issue of bonds and the improvement of highways under the fifty million act, and the apportionment of State aid for maintenance of the common highways, also provided for the approval of the highway map made under the law of 1906 and modified as the result of conferences between the St&te Engineer, representatives of ifco rf Supervisors and memhfrs of- ■'ie ;islature. This map h*ll 7-rt- by the Committees o i'-inal Affairs as their own and therefore lost its identity as a Grange measure. All four bills were passed, and after close scrutiny of their provisions. were approved by Governor Hughes. To ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 14 November 1907

VOL. IV. NO. 49. THE IMMORTALS. The singers of the world, ah, who are they? Those who have pat away All hope of gain and rulerahip and place To go, despised, on the unending chase After high Beauty, following where she runsBeauty in twilights, stars and moons and suns; Beauty in sea-wings flashed above gray capes: Beauty in dawns and midnights and cloudshapes; Beiuty in snowdrifts, pools, and rushing storms; Beauty in laughter and in living forms— Onward, unresting, over crag and stream Chasing the flying dream, Till the white equities of moon and star, Sowing their light afar, Lead on their feet to kingdoms waiting long, .Where, vouiig forever, dwell they glad with song. The poets of the earth, they cannot perish. Their music men will cherish; I build dawn as the large suns ight. j s morning-makers of our night, of melody forever hymning love, with jocund eyes clear ing. le and rule and pass, but they, nrt glad, like strong gods, stay ;n places where the years are of lovers hold th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 14 November 1907

fHE AMHERST PROGRESS. Issued Every Thur.sd.ay Jjy STICKL.EY TUCJIER al!.i AUBREY E. STRODE. EUiiors ;ind Publishers. SriCKLEY TL'cHkk, EOltar-in-Ci;, .! and Business Manager. " Kutere 1 at the pustoiliee at Amherst, as second-class mail-matter. 'iJiL'KSjXvY, NOV. 14, 1307. BtsT- All business letters and ar.tit'!.e« intended lor public.i.iieu rlu,ull he.addiassed to Till: I'houkk.-v, in order to secure prompt attention. If addressed jo a person who to be absent < t the time, they limy nut be opened for several days. IN MEM OKI AM. The Progress .tenders its deepest sympathy to the two ?, ('dieted famlies in our midst. The county lias lost two of its rn.osjt popular ofticials; many of us Imve lost two roC our most valued friends. But a wife has lost a lao-d affectionate, kind, and lo\ ing husband, and ten 1 are lost thtjr fathers. What imb ed is our iy s to theirs ' How many irs in this county who have felt: the pulsing af the big, warm heart of ,1 iio. I*. Heard* Tt was as ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 26 December 1907

VOL. V. N(>. 8. LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH Domestic Mayor McClellan lefused to recognize officially John F. Ahearn as president of the Borough of Manhattan, to which the board of aldermen elected him after Governor Hughes had removed him. James H. Oltphant. senior member of the New York Stock Exchange firm of James H. Oliphant & Co., ■was fatally shot by a disappointed customer, who afterwnrds committed suicide. While the Spanish charts Indicated that there were 1,200 islands in the Philippine Archipelago, the American surveyors have found 2,600, and the work is not. completed. George S. Mcßeynolds, the Chicago Board of Trade broker, charged with removing grain from warehouses without destroying warehouse certificates, has surrendered. Governor Iloch commuted to five years the sentence of J. E. Mareell, the Highland (Kan.) bank cashier, in prison for forgery under indeterminate sentence. Thomas McCann deliberately set fire to the house in which his wife lay sick...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 26 December 1907

AMHERST fROqKESS. 1 Issuod Every Thursday ! STtCKLEY TUCKER'ahd AUBREY E. STRODE. j: Editors and Publisher?. : STIOKLEY TUCKER7Ii!moMn *Clliet Business Manuoc.r. : ■' Entered at the poatoflice at Amherst, Virginia, a<s Hticfliid claM niall-mjMter. ''oof. ; iifAII biiwne«i letter* and artivlss ; intended for publiGsttk'ii should be adreused to Thk i'fio<;l<K.ss, in order to Secure prompt attention. Jl'add reused |o a person win: happens J.o tie'absent the time, they may nut bg> opened for severaf <layn. L —-II ''1 i.'J*. 18.,'.. L ; AN EDITOR IN LUC#. . We congratulate'KditoY George! O. Green, of the Clifton Forge Heview, upon securing fhc place of division superintendent id schools for his county, made vacant by tl;e election of Floyd W. King-to State Senate. If Mr. Green matis as grht a success in bis new ofTii e as he has m.ade of The Rey.iew, his 'constituent* should he well satis lied. We hope that The Review will not.lofe h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 26 December 1907

TUB Piwpßs6| •V Obltuarieu a|i<l reaohjtions of re JM«t nat •soeedluif ten Hues of this Jypewlll h# puttWied free of charge; jMlblydttd'that length will be tiliargetl *t Uie rate of five ofnte |>$r Jtue. LOCAL *S€H«WJLe. I BOUTIfERN RAILWAY MnpnorKi). la. M, Local l>wtifhlr Tnta, daeat Amkmi wo a. *.;seHsiF*top. reiulirmi;' J> No. IK, TlirodfcvMn&diie at Aniberat 1:32 .p. m.; stops on ucttal. - t.j N0.,», New York «arf Atlanta Express,; ,due «t Amberat 11: Mr. Mopa ou signal. j NoaTtaftocxn. 1 *o. 40, lit st Ambirrt fc2o 4. flag stop. ' a. Ui, fasseogrr jMd-lteil, ««• Amherst ' t IBiW a. v._r*tul*r Mop. v . . . No. M. Txical Passenger. tfoe at Amherst p.*.; regular mop. S*. a-Mut aa4 r>Hmg«r, <!«« Amberlt l*!' Uoea/'ps M<&ger. doe *t Amherst •m r «i»p. ■ •• f -.. - Miast MHdred Strode is at Keuwore for Ghris f n>«B. Arthur P. tti ay preached -aad beld Christmas service at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 26 December 1907

A HAPPY NEW YEAR. At the year's end one saw before him rise I'lir. tasmal presences. The first outcried, "1 ain the love that once you deified!" "And I," the second said, win. mocking sighs, "Am that ambition which, in splendid guise, Both day and night was ever by your side. "And 1." a third exclaimed, repr. achfuleyed. ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS FOR 1908 Being until July 4th, the 132 d year of the independence of the United States of America, and corresponding nearly to The year 1326 of the Mohammedan era, beginning Feb. 4th. The year A. M. 8017 of the Greek Church, beginning Jan. 14 (O. S.). The year 4605 of the Chinese era, beginning Feb. 2. The year 5668-9 of the Jewish era, Sept. 26 or at sunset Sept. 25. The year 2C68 of the Japanese era, beginning Feb. 2. The year 5908 A. L. (Masonic). The year 2661 A. U. C. (of Rome). The year 5912 of the World (Usher). The year 7416 of the World (Septuagint). 1908 IS A BISSEXTILE OR LEAP YEAR. Moon is the Reigning Planet This Year. CARDINAL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 11 June 1908

voi,. v. no. a LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH Domestic I Five men were Injured when tne Adams Express fast, freight, known as the Million Dollar Freight on the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad, crashed into a switch engine on a sharp curve at the Port Morris freight yards in New York. William Jeffries was hanged in tho St. Charles (Mo.) jail yard for the murder of William W. Wussler, a farmer, in March, 1905. Ftrlly 1,000 persons witnessed the execution. Congressman J. F. Laning, Republican, of the Fourteenth Ohio District, and a candidate to succeed himself, has been indicted as a result of the recent bank failures at Norwalk, O. Right Rev. Robert A. Gibson, bishop of Virginia, sailed for Europe on .the steamer Mauretania. Olga Nethorsole also was a passenger on the Bteamer. Mae O'Reilly, who was said to have been murdered on the Guinness farm, 1b alive and well in Saratoga, N. Y. State Senator James P. McNichol, of Pennsylvania, was held for court on a charge of criminal libel....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 11 June 1908

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. Issuocl Every Thursday by STICK LEY TUCKER and A'JBKEY E. STRODE. Editors and Publishers. STICKLt Y TUCKER. Ftlityr-in-Chlcf and Businoss ManaqCr. AMHERST, VIRGINIA. Kntercd at the pcstotliee tit Aiulierst, Vi . iuia, as second-class mail-iualter. T l 111 iiSDAV, JUNE 11, 190 S. t«y"All business letters and articles intended lor publication should lie addressed to Tui'. Pkou'kkss. in order to teetire prompt attention. If addressed to :i pers.in who happens to lie absent a the time, they may not be opened lor several days. OR. MoBRYDES ADDRESS. We cheerfully yield a good part of our editorial page this week to make room for the admirable address recently delivered at the closing exercises of the IMeasani-View school by Dr. John M. JlcHryde, Jr., of Sweetbriar Institute. This address gives an admirable view of the true purpose of education; and we trust that it will be read by all of our readers who are still attending school, or who are sending children to schoo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 11 June 1908

illE AMHERST PROGRESS. AAUILKST. VIRGINIA. THI i:si' \Y"/.IUNE 11, 1908. LOC AL PERSONAL. {r- iV Obituaries and resolutions of respect i <>t exceeding ten lines of this type will : published free of charge ; all bey on 1 Unit length will be charged tlie rate >>1' live cents per line. LOCAL SCHEDULE. SOUTHERN RAILWAY SOUTHBOUND. N<>. li), 1.0c.il P.tssenger Train, due at Amher;t7:W .»i.; regular stop. N<>.Through Mall, due nt Amherst 1:82 m.; ! tops on signal. NORTHBOUND. No. ao, Passenger and Mall, due Amherst 8:112 a. m. rcgnl.i» stop. No. -li. Loral I'assenger, due at Amherst i'. m.; regular stop. No. "«», Mail and Passenger, due Amherst II:l*i r. m.; regular stop. No. *1), l.oeal Passenger, due ut Amherst 7:51* V. m.; regular stop. SUMMER TOURIST EXCURSION RATES The Southern Railway announces—effective June 1, 1908 —the resumption of sale of summer tourists' excursion tickets to points in Virg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 11 June 1908

QUEEN OF ACTRESSES PRAISES PE-RU-NA. InP ••••• MISS JULIA MARLOWE. "I nm glad to write my endorsement of the i/reat remedy, Peruna. I do no moat heart it y. >' —Julia Marlowe. Any remedy that benefits digestion strengthens the nerves. The nerve centers require nutrition. If the digestion is impaired, the nerve centers become anemic, and nervous debility is the result. Peruna is not a nervine nar a stimulant It benefits the nerves hy benefiting digestion. Peruna frees the stomach of catarrhal congestions and normal digestion is the result. In other words, Peruna goes to the bottom of the whole difficulty, when the disagreeable symptoms disappear. Mrs. J. C. Jamison, Wallace,CCal f writes: "I was troubled with my stomach for six vears. Was treated by three doctors. They said that I had nervous dyspepsia. I was put on a liquid diet for three months. "I improved under the treatment, but as soon as I stopped taking the medicine, I got bad again. "I saw a testimonial of a man w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 30 July 1908

VOL. V. NO. Hi. ■ PUNS TO PROBE FREIGHT TRAFFIC Interstate Commerce Commission Will Investigate. CLOSE CHECK OF ALL ADVANCES. Officials Will Not Wait for Formal Complaints, but Ascertain at Once If Proposed Advance in Rates la Justifiable — Cannot Prevent New Schedule From Going Into Effect. Washington, D. C. (Special).—The announcement by the Interstate Commerce Commission that it would consider the reasonableness of rates after notice of increases by the shippers and prior to their filing of protests is regarded as of widespread importance. Following closely upon the action of Cincinnati shippers appealing to the President to induce the commission to take this course it is generally believed here that the suggestion calling for the statement comes from President Roosevelt. Chairman Knapp says that the law contemplated investigation rj the reasonableness of rates by the commission after they have become effective, but lie thought the commission might decide that the increase is eff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 30 July 1908

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. Issued Every Thursday by STICKLEY TUCKER and AUBKEY E. STRODE. Editors and Publishers. STICKLEY TUCKER, Edltor-in-Chlef and Business Manager. AMU ERST. VIRGINIA. Entered at Hie poatoftioe at Amherst, Vi ,;lnia, as second-class mail-matter. 'I I 1 USD AV, JI'LV :Vo, 1908. twyAtl business letters and articles intended for publication should l>e addressed to Tub I'ltooiiESS, lu order to secure prompt attention. If addressed to a person who happens to be absent ttt the time, tiiey may not be opeued for several days. CAMPAIGN SUBSCRIPTIONS. We publish below an appeal from Mr. Bryan for campaign funds. The Federal statute prohibiting gifts for campaign purposes from corporations, as well as the declaration of both candidates to the effect that such subscriptions will not be received, marks a long step forward in Ameii'.an politics. Hilt in addition to this Mr. Bryan has gone much further tlau the Republicans in that he lias announced that the Democratic co...

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