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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 30 July 1908

THE AMHERST PROGRESS.. AMHERST VIRGINIA. THUItSDAY, JULY 30, 1908. LOCAL & PERSONAL. aQrObltuariea and resolutions of respect not exceeding ten lines of this type will lie published free of charge ; ul! beyond that length will he charged the rate of live cents per line. LOCAL SCHEDULE. SOUTHERN RAILWAY south bound. Nu. id, I .oca 1 I'assengcr Train, due at Amherst 7>41 a. m.; regular stop. Nd. :«>, Through Mall, due at Amherst 1:82 I*. M.; slops 011 Hlitual. NORTHBOUND. No. :;o, Passenger and Mall, due Amlier«t KM:: M. regular stop. Nu 11, Local I'ttssenger, due at Amherst !•. m.: regular stop. No. Hl>, Mall and Passenger, due Amherst S:l:t i'. m.; regular slop. No. a>, I .oca I Passenger, due at Amherst 7:!>il r. 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 Virginia, North and South Car...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 30 July 1908

WISE WORDS. Not merely to appear Rood ought man to care, but to be so both privately and publicly.—Plato. A fool and his money are soon parted, and if that doesn't justify the fool to a commercial generation, nothing will.—Puck. There is no living without friends. —Portuguese. The man that's goin' to the devil always finds congenial company on the road.—Cleveland Plain Dealer. Laziness begins in cobwebs and ends in iron chains.—Spanish. What is the oldest lunatic on record? Time out of mind—Christian Kegister. It is no secret if three know It.— Irish. It is unpleasant to turn back, though it be to take the right way.— German. If you wish to reach the highest, begin at the lowest.—Syrus. I expect to suffer a thousand ills, but none so great as to act unjustly. —Socrates. Trawlers and C«l>le9. In connection with the damage which Is repeatedly being caused to the cables of the Commercial Cable Company off the Irish coast by British trawlers, a letter written by Mr. Clarence ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 6 August 1908

VOL, V. NO. W. FIVE PERSONS ARE DASHED TO DEATH Auto Driven By Girl Leaps Down a High Cliff. PLUNGED DOWN EMBANKMENT. Big Car Falls Thlrty-Five Feet-So Terrific Was the Force That the Occupanta Were Shot Out the Car From a Catapult, Landing On a Near Road. San Francisco (Special).—Five persons were killed and two were injured near Burlinganie.afashionablesuburb, when a huge automobile, occupied by five women and two children, plunged down a steep embankment as the result of the snapping of the brakes. The dead: Mrs. Thomas A. McCormlck. Miss Clara McCormick, aged 18. Robert T. O'Brien, sou of Mrs. Ira <G. O'Brien. Ira G. O'Brien, Jr., aged three years. c Mrs. Ira G. O'Brien. The Injured: Mrs. E. C. McCauley, both arms broken. Miss Ethel McCormick, shoulders sprained. The party had been on a visit to the' home of Prince Poniatowski in the hills near Burlingame, and were returning to San Mateo, whore both families have their summer homes. Coming down a steep grade near Crys...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 6 August 1908

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. Issued Every Thursday by STICKLEY TUCKER and AUBREY E. STROBE, Editors and Publlshora. STICKLEY TUCKER, Editor-in-Chief and Business Manager. AM H ERST. viRGINI/V Kntered at the postotllee at Amherst, Vi in n, as second-class mail-matter. fHUBSDAY, AtrG. 6, 1908 I - >" All business letters ami articles intended Cor publication should be utl«i ". -io(l to Tll k Puooukss, in order to t- ure prompt attention. If addressed to a pji-s.m who happens to be absent at the time, they may not be opened for several days. THE TOBACCO CROP. Indications arc that the tobacco crop of this section will be larger for this year than for a number of years past. It is predicted that pi ices will keep up during the next selling season. The tobacco year ended July HI. Statistics compiled show that for the year just ended 1 I.ol5,(M)0 pounds of tobacco were -«>!d upon the Lynchburg market, i'his was the smallest crop ever >ol(l upon that market in any y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 6 August 1908

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. AMHERST. VIRGINIA. THURSDAY, AtJG. (5, 1008. LOCAL & PERSONAL. ted""Obituaries aud resolutions of respect not exceeding ten lines of this type will be published free of charge ; all beyond that length will lie charged the rate of live cents per line. LOCAL SCHEDULE. SOUTHERN RAILWAY SOUTHBOUND. No. I#, Local Passenger Train, due til Amherst '.:44 a. m.; slop. No. 85, Through Mull, ilue at Amherst 1:32 I*. M.; stops on signal. NORTHBOUND. No. :10, Passenger nu<l Mall, duo Amherst 8:12 A. M. regular stop. No. 41, Local Passenger, dne at Amherst 2:2» i*. m.; regular stop. No. Mall and Passenger, due Amherst fl:lH p. m.; regular stop. No. 2U, Loral Passenger, due at Amherst 7:50 i". m.; regular slop. Mr. J. W. Harrison, sou of Mr. Jimmy Harrison, who lives near this village, ami Miss Martha Scott, of Ohio, were married in Ohio on Sunday last. Tlie bridegroom has made his home in that State for some time past. The young couple yesterday reache...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 6 August 1908

ALL run down. Miss Delia Strode, who had Com plctcly Lost Ihr Health, Found Relief from Pe-ru-tia at Once. Read What She Says. MISS DELLA STROEBE, 710 Rich moml St., Appletou, Wis., writes • "For sevorul years I was in a rundown condition, and I could find no relief from doctors and medicines. I could not enjoy my meals, and could not sleep at night. I had heavy, dark circles about the eyes. "My friends wcro much alarmed. I was advised to give Peruna a trial, and to my joy I began to improvo with tho first bottle. After taking six bottles I felt completely curcd. I cannot say too much for Peruna as a medicino for women in a run-down condition." Pc-ru-nu Did Wonders. Mrs. Judge J. F. Boyer, 1121 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111., says tliat she bocamo run down, could neither eat nor sleep well, and lost flesh and spirit. Perunadid wonders for her, and slio t hanks Peruna for new lifo and strength. FOURTEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE MEN with teams arc selling our products to FARMERS in thirty...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 13 August 1908

VOL. V. NO. 80. CP SHAKEN BY - . m* EXP^fiKS Nine Killed and A Score Hurt in York Mill. LIKE AN EARTHQUAKE SHOCK. One of the Most Disastrous Accident* in the History of the Prosperous Pennsylvania Town -Patrolmen, Firemen and Employes Organized tr Keep Vast Crowd In Check. York, Pa. (Special). — When a large boiler exploded at the York Rolling Mill this city, eight workmen were killed Instantly, and more than a score were Injured. The city was shaken and many buildings In the vicinity of the wrecked plant were considerably damaged Cause Of Accident. The accident, which was one of the most disastrous that ever occurred in York, was caused by the explosion of a boiler in the centpr of the mill, which operated the jumbo engine, and which was undergoing repairs at the time. Immediately after the explosion, which was heard in a.l parts of the city and contiguous country, and which resembled an earthquake shock, thousands of persons hurried to the scene by trol-_ ley, automobile and vario...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 13 August 1908

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. »V Issued Every Thursday by STICKLEY TUCKEK and AUBREY E. STRODE, Editors and Publishers. ~VIiCKLEY TUCKER, Editur-ln-CMof and Business Manager. AMHERST. VIRGINIA. Knttnd :it the postofltto# >t Amherst, Vi-glnia, lls second-class mail-matter. THURSDAY, AUG. 13, 1908. O-g-All business letters ami articles intended for publication should he addressed to Tiik PnouiiKSS, in order to secure prompt attention. If addressed to a person who happens to lie absent at the time, they may not be opened for several days. PUBLIC ROADS—AGAIN. Many ol" the people who indulge in criticism of the road authorities have never yet figured out what a small fund there is, comparatively speaking, to spend on the roads of the county. Week before last we printed a table, compiled from the settlement of the county treasurer, showing the amount of road revenue for the fiscal year ISKMi-'OT. The district funds as stated in that table are as follows : Courthouse district, . $1,71 !...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 13 August 1908

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. AMHERST. VIRGINIA THUESDAY, AUG. I t, 1908. Local & personal. ft®"Obituaries and resolutions of respect not exceeding ten lines of tliis type will lie published free of charge; all beyond that length will lie charged the rate of live cents per line. LOCAL SCHEDULE. SOUTHERN JJA I IAVAY SOUTH UOUNH. No. 10. I.oeal Passenger Train, due at Am* hirst 7:11 a. si.; regular stoj). No. lift, Through Mull, due at Amherst 1::".2 11.I 1 . M.; stops on signal. NORTHBOUND. No. ;U), Passenger and Mall, due Amherst 8:42 A. m. regular stop. No. 44, I .oca I Passenger, due at Amherst r. m,; regular stop. No. iill, Mall and Passeugtr, duo Amherst 6:i;j |». m.; regular slop. No. ao. I.oeal Passenger, due at Amhurst 7:5U I-. mregular stop. SUMMER TOURIST EXCURSION RATES The Southern Railway announces — effective June 1, 11108-the resumption of Hale of summer tourists' excursion tickets to points in Virginia, North anil Sontli Carolina, Tennessee, etc., and return. Thes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 13 August 1908

Syruprffigs Cleanses the System Effectually; Dispels Colas and HeadacK'es clue to Constipation; Acts naturally, acts truly as a Laxative. Best fonMen\Vomcn an d ChilA ren-Young and Old. To get its Beneficial Effects Always buy the Genuine vvKicli lias* the full name of the Com--1 "CALIFORNIA Fio Syrup Co. by v.hiun it is manufactured, printed on the front of eve™ package. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. one size only, regular price s(Kp«r bottle. FOURTEEN HUNDRED AND SDCTY-FIVE MEN with teams are selling our products to FARMERS in thirty-four different States. Seventy useful articles that country people need. We furnish the goods and give agents time to turn them Into money. Address, J. R. Watkins Co., Winona, Mintk. One Woman's Wisdom. Mrs. Newed —-And you paid only 98 cents for that hat? Mrs. Oldwed —That's all. Mrs. Newed —Your hußband was delighted, of course? Mrs. Oldwed —I hope you don't think I was foolish enough to tell him I got such a cheap hat. Mrs. Newed —Where would the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 20 August 1908

DEATH FOLLOWS SHIP EXPLOSION Boiler Blows Up, Wrecking a Lake Steamer. WOMAN WAS HURLED INTO WATER Mrs. Isabel La Bonte Dies Instantly and John Hartung Is Fatally Injured—A Score of Passengers Are More or Lea* Seriously Hurt Accident Occurs While the Engine Is Shut Down Temporarily Grand Rapids, Mich. (Special).—A special to the Evening Press from Traverse City, Mich., says: Mrs. Isabel La Bonte, of this city, was killed and a score of passengers were injured by the explos.on of the boiler of tlie passenger steamer Leelanau bound from Leland to Pouch on Carp Lake. Following is a revised list of the dead and injured; The dead: Mrs. Isabel La Bonte, 35, Traverse City. The injured: John Hartung, Lelard, dying. Uussell Mills, Ann Harbor, scalded, condition critical. Stanley Mills, Ann Harbor, scalded, serious. A. B. Cook, Traverse City, badly scalded. Richard Steffens, Leland, slightly scalded. Mrs. Ralph Hastings, Traverse City, badly injured. Ralph Hastings, city treasurer, Traverse C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 20 August 1908

}VM AMHERST PROGRESS. IsSuod Every Thursday by STK-KLKY TUCKER and AtJBREY E. STRODE. editor* and Publishers. Kf.EY TUCKER. Edltor-ln-Chlef and Uuslncss Manager. AMItERST. VIRGINIA^ i - red at the postottiee at Amherst, >'■ in a, as second-class mail-matter. 11111 'SI>A Y,"AI ; G 2(),Hl08. vh business letters and articles n'lcil lor publication should be adto Thj; Phookkss. in order to secure prompt attention. If addressed ;:i ..crson who happens to l>e absent :lj the time, they may uot be opened for several (lays. AMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS. '•'ho Progress has forwarded to ■«u I rcasurer of the Democratic ifffitoual committee the sum of $3, ■ rilmtcd as follows : ' mherst Progress, . . . #2.00 i'. \. Woods, .... 1.00 .V'»• would like to see this contri- .• • on increased. Large amounts art- not asked for. There is no reat.rr why any one should give more *' i. *1. Mr. Bryan is making a • ■ \ for reform in the macter ' * ii,;paigu funds- and expenses. . i'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 20 August 1908

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. A MH KG INIA THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1908. LOCAL & PERSONAL. OfegT'Obituaries and resolutions of respect not exceeding ten lines of tliis type will lie published free of charge ; ail beyond that length will lie charged the rate of live cents per line. LOCAL SCHEDULE. (SOUTHERN RAILWAY SOUTHBOUND. No. 11', Local Passenger X'ruln, due at Amherst 7:14 v. M.; regular stop. No. 85, Through Mall, due at Amherst 1:82 i*. M.; stops on signal. NORTH HOUNI>. No. 80, Pussenger and Mall, due Amherst :42 a. m. regular stop. - No. 44, I,oca I l'assenger, duo at Amherst ifcai i>. m.; regular stop. No. :u>. Mall and Passenger, due Amherst 6:18 p. m.; regular stop. No. 2U, Local Passenger, due at Amherst 7:59 r. m.; regular stop. SUMMER TOURIST EXCURSION RATES The Boutliern Railway announces—effective June 1, 1008—the resuinption of sale of summer tourists' excursion tickets to points in Virginia, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, etc....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 20 August 1908

Is Pe-ru-na Useful for Catarrh? Should a list of the ingredients of Poruna bo submitted to any medical exports of whatever school or nationality, be would be obliged to admit without reserve that the medicinal herbs composing Porinia are of two kinds. First., standard and well-triod catarrh remedies. , Second, well-known 'and generilly acknowledged tonli remedies. That In ouo or the other of these uses they have stood the test of many years' experience by physician- of different schools, 'liiere ran bo no dispute about tliis, whatever. Peruna is composed ol some cf the most efficacious and universally Used herbal remedies for catarrhal diseases, and forsueh conditions of the human system as require a tonic. Kach one of the principal Ingredients of Peruna has a reputation of its own in the cure of some phase of catarrh or as a tonic medicine. • The faot is, chronic catarrh Is a disease which 1# very prevalent. Many thousand peoplti know they have chronic catarrh. They have visited do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 7 April 1922

VOL. XVIV. NO. 4. Storm Country Polly" by Grace Miller White Copyright by Little, Brown & Co. THE "ANGEL" SYNOrSlS.—Occupying a dilapidated shack In the Silent City, a squatter settlement near Ithaca, New York, Polly Hopkins lives with her father, small Jerry, and an old woman, Granny Hope. On an adjacent farm, Oscar Bennett, prosperous larmer, is a neighbor. He Is secretly married to Evelyn Robertson, supposedly wealthy girl of the neighborhood. Marcus MacKenzle, who owns the ground the squatters occupy, Is their determined enemy. Polly overhears a conversation between MacKenile and a stranger, In which the former avows his Intention of driving the squatters from his land. The stranger sympathizes with the squatters, and earns Polly's gratitude. Evelyn Robertson discovers from her moth • er that they are not rich, but practically living on the bounty of Robert Perclval, Evelyn's cousin Polly learns from Evelyn that the sympathetic stranger Is Robert Perclval. Evelyn cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 7 April 1922

PUBLWHSD EVERT F IDAY Entered at the postoiHce at Amherst Virginia, as second-class mail-matter. HABDLNG BAUNDERB, EDITOR AND MANAGER. LUCIAN" H. SHRADER, Associate Editor and Manager. C. M. CA'MPBELL, Advertising Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year • . One Dollar Six Months .... * PUty Cents FRIDAY, APR. 31 1922 ADVERTISING RATES. 15 centß per inch for display "ails fdr a period of 8 months or more. 20c t a per inch lor a period of from one to three months, for less than four insertions the regular transient rate of ~sclb .ier inch will Le charged. Heading notice; In business column t tier Una, n local column luctd per »-Ach time. * a<t'% tfitecat/ui and Coutaoi* slices Tscts pe> inch payublt in advance. Notices of entertainments, plays, etc. where there are admtatuuh fee«, wiil »»■ charged for as regular r-ading uotices. Classified column one cent p« woru each issue, minimum 25e Commissioners' and i rumees sales 50c per inch each insertion An Explanation. We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 7 April 1922

*»IDA?, APR. 7, 1022. (fay Wbituarlea and resolutions of rejj>ee? not exceeding ten lines of thin yob wlli tx> niibllHUed free of charge; an ueyeud that length will be charged it i.be rate of Ave ceuU per line. PERSONAL ANK LOGAI Mr T V Richeson was out Mon dav l>ul looks thin. Mr* George Mays of Monroe, i>very ill. t Ply your head tax by May 0, to vute. Miss Elizibeth Bowman who ha-t been quuesick is much better Mr O V Hangar w»ib in Char lotte N. luio we> k on business Mr and Mrs W H Mallau oi Lyachbu g, spen u last week at Mr. J A Nicholas. . Cadet -4ndifws, of the V. P. I , w *s the guest iast week of O B R J6B. Mrs E L Richeson and Mrs W Kent Uichpson spent the week end with friends in Lynchburg. Mrs Alona Staples Fetters a native of Amherst died iu bug Hospital this wetk. Mrs H P Hu'cliiuson and little daugh-er, Dorothy of Alexandra spent last week at Monroe. Mr Macon Pattprsnn of Lynch b-irg >e(ti Co., ciied Su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 7 April 1922

wis Spearmint are certainly jHjiP'jP three delightful flavors to J And WRIGLEY'S P-K—the fr new sugar-coated pepper--7® 1 mint gum, is also a great * J treat for your sweet tooth. |r All are from the Wrigley factories where perfection Save the wrappers I 1 ' J IL,— Good for valuable \ J || HTlJis Jftk PORTLAND CEMENT IK VANY a community has its ___ dangerous road. A retaining r Th9 Standard wall above or below might by which all make it permanently safe. The old I Other Makes are saying of a stitch in time, is worth measured" remembering. < Concrete retaining walls for public highway* or private homes arc a permanent improvement when properly built. Your contri -tor is familiar with reinforced con--4 <-r< v> - instruction and would gladly estimate just wh.it 'his would cost. Atlas Po.tland Cement for more than a quarter century has piven satisfaction on all types of construction. Both your contractor and your dealer are familiar with it «o...

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