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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 29 June 1904

VOL. I. NO. 29. 4EPUBLICAN CONVENTION Delegates Meet in Chicago and -» Nominate Ticket. ROOBEVELT AND FAIRBANKS. But One Name Presented for Each Of- fice— Cortelyou Chosen Chairman National Committee. /. the Republican national convention, ttje thirteenth In the party's history, ■et In the Chicago Coliseum at noon Tuesday and organized. Henry C. Paine, chairman of the National Committee, called the convention to order. A»He then introduced the Rev. Timothy P. Frost, pastor of the First MethodUt Church of Evanston, 111., who pronounced tin opening prayer. ~ Senate Scott, on behalf of the Chicago citizens' committee which cooperated with the National Committee <ih arrangements for the convention, then presented National Chairman Henry C. Payne with a handsome t&vel. Chairman Payne recognized Gov. (Van Zant, of Minnesota, to present the gavel used by the presiding office. It /was made by the membeis of the Bouth Minneapolis High school, and he Baid, had been used...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 29 June 1904

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. ' Issued Every Wednesday by STICKHJY TUCKER and AUBKEY STRODE, Editors and Publishers. STICKLEY Eilitor-ln-chicf and , Business Manager. AM~HEILST. VIRGINIA. Kate red at the pogtoiliee at Amlierst, Virginia, as second-dust) mail-matter. ; WEDNESDA Y, JUNK 20, 1004, Deb"" All business letters and articles iuteuded for publication should lie addressed to Tine J'houukss, in order to .. secure prompt attention. If addressed /.to a person who happens to be absent the time, they may not be opened .J'or several days. .Republican campaign methods. Congress adjoureil about eight tt'ecks ago. Upan its adjournment The Congressional Record, which -we had been receiving daily durU»ig the session,, promptly ceased. ' Last week \ve werp quite surprised 'to reeeive another copy of th« Re 'cord. Surmising that it might 'contain something out of the ordinary, contrary to our usual custom, Awe opened it, and found tliat it ■contained Republican documents '6n the tariff question. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 29 June 1904

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. AMHERST. VIRGINIA. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2#, 1«04. LOCAL & PERSONAL. LOCAL SCHEDULE. WOU'fHKttN RAILWAY SOUTH lIOU N I). •Ko. n, Uni r**maigct Train, leave* A Wife tr»l 8:17 a. arrive* I.yncliburK 41:56 a. m. Xh. 9, BMntngcr Train, leaven A m lM*Ht «*. I.yueUburg 2:17 R. V«. at, 'rhruiiKli MnIL leu von AiuUem .'«« r. M-; arrive* !.ynchli«r*asi» r. «- XOICPII UOC N U. >'0. ML PaxmiKiT and Mull, lew (..vik-li-(MH-gS.-tf *_ 11.; arrive* A inhere! 8:56 A. M. No. ML Ixwnl rumeniter, leave* I.yurlAurK ISr.v arrive* Alll lieret 8:0# I*. V. N«.WL Mall and I'axneiitw', itrnvc* l.yocliWnrg uk r. arrive* Amlie«« *M *. *- Ixwnl lUkwiik". Mnehburg 7NK r. »■- arrive* A aiUerm I'm p. n. WANTED—To buy a i?"'*' Dahk'roiiActxt Kau.m, containing not less than 3110 aero*; one not more than live mile* from the railroad is preferred. A*y one having .suell a farm for Hale ■aay call at The Progrww olllca, <tr addrow " X, care of The Progress" Ainborat, Virg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 29 June 1904

A REASON PQR SICKNESS. Healthy kidneys take from the blood every twenty-four hours 600 grains of Impure, poisonous matter—more than enough to cause death. FWeakened kidneys leaves this waste in the blood, and you are soon sick. jM To get well, cure the kidneys with Doan's Kidney Pills, the m' great kidney special Mrs. J. H. Bowles, /m of 118 Core street, /J pL yVDurham, N. C., says: * \ "I w - as sick and bedJPIHf fast for over nine doctor who attended me said unless I submitted to an operation for gravel I would never be well. I would not consent to that and so continued to suffer. My back was so weak I could not stand or walk, and It ached constantly. The first day after I begau using Doan's Kidney Pills I felt re*llef, and In a short time I was up and around the same as ever, free from backache." A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney medicine which cured Mrs. Bowles will be mailed to any part of the United States. Address Foster-Mil-burn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Sold by all dealers, price...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 22 December 1904

VOL. 11. NO. 2. SRIDEE FELL KILLING THREE .i People ane| Teams Thrown into the Icy River. FOUR PERBON3 BADLY HURT. The Accident Resulted From the SlipRing of Cables From Their . Moorings. Three persons were killed and four others seriously injured by the collapse of the suspension bridge across the Elk river, which connects east and west Charleston, W. Va. The dead: Mamie Higginbotham, aged 11; Annie Humphreys, aged 17; Ollie (Jibbs, aged 15. The injured: Zella Smith, uged 17, compound fracture of elbow; William Holmes, negro, driver, cut and bruised; Henry Fielder, driver, serious internal injuries; Elma Tucker, aged 13, both arips and leg broken. On the bridge when it went down "were six children on their way to school, and a number of other pedestrians, together with six teams. The noise of the crash was heard throughout the city. The. bridge went down without warning, but a number of those who were near the ends of the 'structure managed to reach land before it collapsed. Those ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 22 December 1904

-Tp-ttmra:. vr movmss: t ' "rf JStiecl i ;-riy Thursday oy STICKLtY TJSJCKER ami A<-'Ey*!:.Y E, STKODr. Editors fir.d J'v'-tshnr• suCKI.tfY -TVCKKR. friitM-ir. iT.tcl and Rusirrss manager. AMHIiKST. VIRGINIA. Kntivtvl .it tlie post j'.'i': i Ar.i!nM>t, «s net* >ml elii?s tji:i l-iiiut'tT. T«Yrs|'>AY, DFJ . -j'i, r.:ul. prs; All bushiws letters an'il ni'i'elos nttfjxlefl r..r jiiihii- Kt'iiiJ should lie n<l- . Ire-8C(l to 'I'ltK I'KU'iUKSS. N! «plei' to prompt at-t-Mitiuii. !i inMrfM-til t' )« |>ei*M< >11 who happens*.t >he absent ' -it the time, they may not lie opaneil r' ;or several flays-. THE PROPOSED NEW UNITED STATES district. A bill will soon be introduced in Congress, the object of which is to give Virginia another Federal disilict court. At present the State is divided into two districts, the Eastern and the Western. Judge McDowell is judge in the Western district, which inclu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 22 December 1904

JTHE AMHERST PROGRESS. '• 22, i!) 04. t LOGAL^t^RSONAIv. * local Schedule. HlOfTllJjftN RAff^VAy No. U, Loe&t IrtrtseWffM .iMtn, U"xvos Am .bem 0:17 ranb&'iHt ?•■«# av*. if No. I, raHienguf liniiu, iifuiiis. Meebfrnt ):H8 P. M<f.srrlveß I l yn l»feiiru-i 4 »» , >< .Vttit.fi 1 " No.'2V, Tlirouftta Maik Jrtlvt.-at4mlis.rst SK'O P.'*.; arrives I "iioUburpoiiJS»r;.k; 1!-t J Jio. 90> New «Voik uiKl'UVtiaul i;*iufss . lMkvWl Atollerjt iit lIAH 1". ■ NOHTlfßOirxil. * . No. 10, aiwl 'MaJJ, leave* l.ynehburfß:l? a. v.; arrives Ainhi iv* HeWt'a. mv No. lt. Looal I'ussen tor, leaves l.ynchUurK Jt.'SJ P.J».; arrive* AmHerst.SiUU i'. M. t No. W Mull uuc"l > ukscu£«r, leaves I-yttcli-bur* 4do>. aYrtves Amherst 4:«) p. Jt. V No.», I.Oi ni I'aSHtnger, leaves l.yneliburg 3M p. M.;,arrives AmhentJft® p. y. ' HAY. GRAIN. ANt> MR-U-EED. Lf you nettl anything in this line, vtiti to ADAMS BROTHERS PAYNES ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 22 December 1904

HOffc ffl THE FOR SICK. A V?CT MA Mrs. Henrietta A. S. Marsh, 769 W. IHth St., Los Angelee, Cal., President Wo man's Benevolent Ass'n, "'rites: "/suff ered with la grippe fur seven 'reeks, and nothing I could do or take helped me until I tried Peruna. I felt at. once that i had at last se cured the right medicine and 1 kept stead t!y improving. Within three weeks 1 was fully restored, and 1 am glad that I gave that truly great remedy a trial. I will never be without it again." In a letter dated August 31, 1904, Mrs. Marsh says: "I have never yet heard ihe efficacy of Peruna questioned. We etill use it. £ traveled through Kentucky and Tennessee three years ago, where I found Peruna doing its gooo work. Much of it is being used here also "- Henrietta A. S. Marsh. Address Dr. Hartman, President of Tb» Hartniaa Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1905. Spoiled Intended Rebuke. In the !■ fo of 'be Rt.-Rev. Mandel Pre ,-hto" (shop of London, is a stor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 2 February 1905

VOL. 11. NO. 8. KUROPATKIN FORCES FIGHT General Engagement South of Mukden is Raging. } ' 1 RUSSIANS TAKE POSITIONS. Kuropatkin's Right and Center Pushing Southward —Flanking Movement by Japs. Dispatches received from General Bakharoff, chief of staff for .General Kuropatkin indicate that the entire Russian light and center are still engaged in the present movement In forrie toward the south and southwest. One dispatch states that three villages south of Saudepns, which were garrisoned by Japanese detachments, have been occupied by the Russians and the Japanese routed. The Japanese, the dispatches further state, Save made an insuccessful effort to gain foothold In Chalkutai, but were driven back with considerable loss. Altogether 150 prisoners were taken. The Russian losses during the fighting of January 26 were some 50 officers and 1,000 mini killed or wounded. This Included all of the casualties sustained by the Russian right up to the capture of Sandepas. The Japanese losses are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 2 February 1905

IsatietJ Every Thursday by . STJCKLEY TUCKER and AUBJBCY E.-STKODfe. Editors and Publishers. STICKLEY TtiCKJER. Edltor-tlTcMeUjid Business Manager. '" . AMHEffST. VIKGIMA. Enteral at tjie pnstoftiee at Amherst, Virginia, (V»*sccynd-clasß riiali-mattcr. THURSO AX, KBB. 2, 11)05. I .. taT All bwei&csj tetter* anUt articles '■ Mien (led for pifMication should be adIressed to Tin-: fßiioiiESK, Ju order to i secure prompt attention. If addressed i *,<) a person wiio happens to be absent < :it tlie time, they may not bo opened f /or severnl darn . c. * . t ANNOli>''. t.Vr Or tiON. JOSEI'H E. wuxASd. . A go6d spates llvrsweek tilled by the picture of Hon. Joseph K. .aiKl his card announcing his candidacy for the Democratie S ufiiji,jiiatip« lbr Gov ornor. Onr space is so limited that we could publish as advertising matter, wWrgkg for it at; regular advertising rattpi-, - We are glad to observe that Mr. Willard takes a deei'deU position ! 'on man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 2 February 1905

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. ' AMHERST. VIRGINIA. T " 'iiIUB»DAY. ifwt. -S i j'' LOCAL SCHEDULBi r; . #quthernbailwa^ . aacrHaocNO. No. lt.Loeal Passenger Train, leaves "AmMo. tt, Throacb M« 11, leaves Amberst 8:0# r. arrives Ly«nsfiW»rg«a» P. K- - No. n, New York «.d< Atlanta Express, Mvu Amherst at lUOB v. a. . KORTBjKKHXB. Jto. 10, Passenger and klufl, leaves; Lynchkorc 1:17 A. arrtVeirfVu)lierirt <J:M a. m: No. US, Local Pasxeuirer, leaves Lyoeliburg tM vi *IMWn AmherM B:Uii r. *. ■ Ko. 10, luteal l*aiu«oer,.lcaKita LyacUhnrg SiOI r. annlsws Amherst 7:86 r. M. FOR SAJ.E. A fine Marshall & Wendell Upright Piano, vety little used. Apply to Joseph C. Hm«ot, l-S-tf jAmherst, VirfctOi*. An oyster dinner for the benefit •of Sardls Chttfeh "wHI .be given at jfche oknrch on f&feisdaj!', February A.' There will be several speeches, And a pleasant time is anticipated. The exentyscs will begin at 10 A. M. HAY. GRAIN. AND MILLFEED. r ii y«ra need anyth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 2 February 1905

COMMODORE NICHOLSON P^R^N A. ' i J• ■ H NICHOLSON, jl C 1 OMMODORE Somerville Nicholson. o( /the United States Navy, in a letter from 1837 It Street, Northwest, Washington. D. C., says: 'Tour I'fin mi has been anil is now used by so many of mi/ jrlenils find aeqaalntancvH as n sine rare for catarrh thai I am convinced of ll,s curative qualities and 1 unhesitatingly reeommeml it to all pc' suns mi/feriny from that complaint." Our army and our navy are the natural protection of our country. Peruna is the natural protection of the army and navy in the vicissitudes of climate and exposure. We have on tile thousands of testimonials from prominent people in the army anil navy. We can give our leaders only a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorsements l>r. Hartnian is constantly receiving for his widely known and efficient remedy, Peruna. If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of P-runa, write at once to l)r. S. R. Hartman, President o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 9 March 1905

VOL. 11. NO. 13. Mwrmpim Roosevelt and Fairbanks Take the Oath of Office. GREAT CROWD AT THE CAPITOL AM Fomer Events of the Kind Were Surpassed In Attendance and Decorations. Theodore Roosevelt. of New York, and Charles Warren Fairbanks, of Indiana, on (he Ith were Inaugurated, respectively, President and Vice President, of the United States. The oath of office was administered to the President hv Chtef Justice Fuller. A crowd of visitors greater than ever attended a similar event had assembled from all .sections of the coun- The decorations throughout the city were more elaborate and beautiful than on the occasion of any previous presidential Inauguration. Twice as many flags have been used this year by the inaugural committee as ever were used before and the splendor of the scheme adopted for the city's adornment never has been surpassed. In his inaugural address President. Roosoveli said: "No people on earc.i have more cause to. be thankful than ours for the conditions that have ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 9 March 1905

AMfIERST PROGRESS. I Issued Every Thursday by STICtftEY TUCKER and AUBREY E. STRODE. •• Editors and Publishers. STICKLeTtucKER, til^-lrHChieTand Business Manager. A^ers^VTRGTNIAT^ Kntered at the postottice at Aunherst, Virginia,, as tseeoiid-elass ajaU-matter. t "ratTl&DA^^ Bar-All business letters and articles utended for publication should be adIressed to Tkk Pkookkss, in rrrder to f secure prompt ntteutt«n. If addressed • to a person who happens to be absent it the timp: they may not tie opened > for several days, •• ■ - > ' ELLYSONFOR LiEUT. GOVERNOR. Hon. J. Taylor JillysoM, of Richmond, has reconsidered his deter- , initiation, announced several we»ks ago, not to liecopie a candidate lor , the office of Lieutenant-Governor, , and in a' card issued on Mayh 4 he announces himself a candidate for the Democratic jaomiimtiou for that position. This announcement was brought alxnit by prominent Democrats and njewfjpapers in all sections of the State-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 9 March 1905

THE AMHERST PROGRESSy ; AMHERST. VIRGINIA. (Ml I, I juxn.l -ILOPAL SOUTHERN RAILWAY sonT : H»WNn. Miu'w. Local Pasiwnrir Twin, law* Am- •* r Bxnr,-. IwrH Amherit at 11:SH P.*. ' NOKTHHOUND. Ho. M, Pawanger ana Mall. Xfr<H lj«bbntlliS A. 1.: arrivWAml»r»t«Mii J. Wo. I*. I.ocal l'anMuger, taavH Lynchburg j M P. M.; arrive! Amber* fctt* P. M. »o. to, Mali aad leavai Lynebburg *&) p. my. <rrlte«3i»li»nt lit P. *• No.. 3D, Local pimaeßKvr, leavel I.ynchbnrg hat p. arrive* A mtaerat 7i'l» P. M. "* 'a toast to woman. Hare's to ttut gladness of her gladness wlteji ska's glad! Hare's to tha sadness of her sadness when she's.sad! .. But the &l*dnemo of hat gladueas And the sadness of her sadness Are not In it with, her madness when she's mad h From Bromt, a Book of Toasts. FOU SALE. ! A fine Marshal!* Wendell Upright Piano, vary littto uaad. Apply tp JtiHiwn C. bmoot, 1-Mf< Amherst, Virginia. Thornton—What kind of staff is in thkffiihce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 9 March 1905

ALL SICK WOMEN SHOULB READ MRS. FM'S LETTER Tn All Parte of the United States Lydia E. Pinkham's Vogetable Compound Has Effected Siralla- Cure?. Many ■wonderful cures of female ills are continually coming to light which have been brought about by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and through the advice of Mrs. Pinkham, of Lynn. Mass., which is given to sick women absolutely free of charge. Sirs. Pinkham has for many years made a study of the ills of her sex ; she has consulted with and advised Thousands of suffering women, who to-day owe not only their health but Cien life to her helpful advice. Mrs Fannie P. Fox. of 7 Chestnut S»reet. Bradford. Pa , writes: r>»«r Mrs. Pinkhaui :~ I suffered fir a long time with Tomb Trouble, and finally was Told hy mv physician rbat 1 had a Tumor on Tbe womb, I did not "ant To submit to an operation, so wrpTe you for advice. I received your letter and did as you Told me. and To day I am completely cured. My doctor say the tumor has ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 23 March 1905

VOL. 11. NO. 15. RUSSIA'SNEWGOMMANDED General Linevitch Takes Place of General Kuropatkin. BECOND PACIFIC FLEET SAILS Russian Retreat Hastened by Continuous Rear Guard Action—RusI sians Resisting Stubbornly. f Dispatches from the front briefly announce that Gea. Linevitch has assumed command, and that Gen. Kuropatkhi departed for St. Petersburg. Gen. Linevitch will have a considerable accession of fresh troops in a day or two the Fourth European corps being now at Harbin and departing southward. Military officials here declare there are now 208,000 men at Gen. Linevitch's disposal in Manchuria, and It is believed this force will be sufflccnt to cause the Japanese to exer-<:,-o greater caution in their pursuit. Irtv n I'illiOif, who will leave St. P t u 'li ii; soon to prepare the Siberian railway for forwarding the new levies which have been determined upon. !>nWi yesterday there had been no breakdown as yet, arid he hoped as eoon as navigation opened to transp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 23 March 1905

PROGRESS. jl Jssued Every Thursday by STICKLEY TUCKER and AUBREY E. STRODE. Editors and Publishers. ~STICKLEY Business Manager. "'A^ERST^vTRcTNiyC Kntered at the postottlca at Amherst, v'irgmia, ns second-class mail-matter. , "rifrKST. All business letters am! articles intended for publication should be addressed to TlllO Ijikk«kkßs,1 j ikk«kkBs, in order to secure prompt attention. If addressed > a person who hap|tens to be absent it the time, they may not be opened ' or several days. ________ MADISON HEIGHTS. Our correspondent at Madison ITeights this week tells of the improved condition of the sidewalks in his town. The Lynchburg News of Tuesday lias Hie following: muLDiNc iiooir in hadiso.v. There is considerable activity in the matter of building ii«w homes in Madison Heights. Fully a dozen new homes are under construction now, and there is hardly a day thai ground is not broken lor one or more others. Most of the buildings contemplated arc small residences, but they...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 23 March 1905

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. AMHERST. VIRGINIA ~ LOCAL & PERSONAL. LOCAITsCHiDuIjEr" SOUTHERN RAILWAY. •SOUTHBOUND. N0.(19, liAcal Passenger Train, leaver AmlK>rst(fi:i7 a. m.; arrives Lynchburg H:5« a. M. No. v, Passenger Train, leaves Amherst "F. m.; arrlveH Lynchburg 2:17 i\ M. ' No.; 29, Through Mall, leaves Amherst 8:06 F. M.; arrives Lynchburg 8:89 i\ M. No. 39, New York nul Atlanta Express, leaves Um v.. M r . NOHTHBOUNto. No. ULMhscnger nnd Mall, leaves Ljrnchburg&lfeA. m.: arrives Amherst 8:56 A. M. ■JJo. W, Ifocal Passenger, leaves Lynchburg trftS i». m.; arrives A inherit UiM i». M. No. 80, Mall aud Passenger, leaves Lynch* bnrg j;2oi\ m.; arrives Amherst 4:60 i\ m. No. 20, Local Passenger, leaves Lynchburg 7:<tf p. M.;.arrlv«s Amherst 7iS5 r. M. FOR SALE. Flour, Meal, Hhipstuff, and Bran, nt wholesale aud retail. ft-251-Ot <J. A. Balikh k & Son. PAY YOUR POLL-TAX. All persons who jvspect to vote iu the primary...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 23 March 1905

f'E-RU-NA CONQUERS CATARRH THE WORLD OVER. UOHQUERSCATARRHTHE WOftL^UVbB. Via Population of 1,400,000,000. One Million f (j Catarrh. A ferAarVSRiS diseases. 1 lie Pcnina Girl lias "V?^ X V j I yo3J|f Jaw KWw(Hv * leveled round t!>, jjiobo. H Wlf /%< Wwm//lliM< H Iler face everywhere that civ- \ j^r_ '• s I'rom Africa to Greenland, from Alan- 1 //war ' f /^IJI C ttiria to Patagonia, tlic lace of the I'crtina / / x f/f/T // f/y/ f ' f / / girl is familiar and the i»rai>es of Peruna yf/ // ; j/Jy y / 8< a catarrh remedy are neard. _, . ... . ' ~ . ,•»•%■#» 1 w i> An Extensive Laboratory, From Hawaii, Success] ill hi \orth aml Soal/t. V 9 .. r , T . 1 . j 1 Peruna crossed the Equator several years 1 0 sn l>Plv this remedy to the whole world 1 rmce «»onah Kalanianaolc, delegate in t Hn<r the- rn llomtsph?ro ; the utmost the best labor.- D f C m ,ffo&^' teß t ... same triumphant success tha...

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