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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 6 April 1905

Y©L. 11. NO. 17. TERRORISTS ARE ACTIVE St. Petersburg Officials Discover and Foil Plots. SUSPECT FIRED AT POLICEMAN. Trunk Full of Bombs Discovered in Room of a Stranger—Man Was Arrested. An assemblage of workmen In the St. Petersburg quarter demanding the liberation of imprisoned strike leaders, almost led to a riot. Mounted police and troops were summoned and surrounded the malcontents, who, seeing that resistance was hopeless, sullenly dispersed, a few being Injured in the scuffle. The authorities continue to find evidence of Terrorist activity, and In spite of the precautions of the police another tragedy may occur at any moment. The lighting organization is known to have cn Its condemned l'c! 30 prrsons headed by Grand Duke J lexis and Governor General TrepofF, but tho police have been completely baffled in their efforts to discover the invisible hand which is directing the campaign of the terrorists. The police by chance foiled what is believed to have been a plot to kill Gove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 6 April 1905

!> HE AMHERST PROGRESS. t Thursday by STICKI.EY TUCKER and AUBREY E STRODE, Editors &nd Publishers and Business Manager. AMHEj^IVVIRCINIA. Entered at the pustortiee at Amherst, Virginia, as se&mid-fibiss utail-matter. : THURS^ CSjjrAII busineH* letters and articles i intended for pnblfcatiou should be adIressed to Tim PaooKiMS, in order to J secure prompt attention. 1 f addressed ' <> a person who happens to be absent at the time, they may not be opened : tor several days." * f ■ i .1 ■ i i J MR. EGGLESTON'S CHARGES. Oil several occasions of late we have given instances of the inequi- j ty of thq multiple list of textbooks ! • under which our'public-school system is now working. We have repeatedly given figures showing that the textbooks used in our schools are sold from 15 to 50 per centum in States having the single : list'than they are in Virginia. In adopting the multiple list the State Board of Education was guilty ot ' a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 6 April 1905

/y:t v»._ * THE AMHERST PROGRESS. AMHERST. VIRGINIA. THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1905, LoSir& PERSONAL.' LOCAL SCMEDuTE." ' SOUTH KRN RAILWAY. 'SOUTHBOUND. No. 19, Local i«er Train, leave* Am. bent 8:17 A. jw. arrives l,vu,cbburg 8:50 AV Mf No. V, PaMvneer Trnlu, leave* AuilierKt »•. M.; arrives r.ynehbnrir 2:17 p. SI, No. 9, Thrdnuli Mall, leaven Amherst 3.-06 r. M.; arrival l.yncliburi? 3:H» p. m. No. W, K%w York and Atlanta Express, leave* nt 11:68 P. M. i NORTH HOUND. No. M. I'aiHeai;er anil Mall, leaves I.yncli--biira¥: 17 A. u.: arrives Amherst B:s* A. x. No. M, Loral I'assenKer, leaves Lynchburg t:3i P. X.; arrives Amherst 8:06 P. M. Mo. 30, Mall and Passenger, leaves Lynchbar* M 0 p. arrives Amherst i-M p. x. Wo. V, raßte ncer, leaves Lynchburg MB p. X.; arflvaa Amherst 7:55 p. x. r "" T FOR sale. Flanr, Meal, ShipstufT, and Kran, at and retail. i' 8-23-8t G. A. Haldook-A Son. PAY YOUR POLL-TAX. AH persons who expect to vote iu the primary next summer and *iu the general ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 6 April 1905

SOW TWO BEAUTIFUL WOMEN ESCAPED PELVIC CATARRH BY AID OF PE-RU-NA, Female Weakness Is Usually Pelvic Catarrh. Pe-ru-na Cures Catarrh Wherever Located. Yv \ Mrs. Mable Bradford, 13 Church street, liur-. lington, Yt., Secretary Whittier Oratorio Soci-J et.v, writes: • "Peruna is ce *ainly a wonderful medicine» for the ills of women. I have heard it { spoken of in the highest praise by many, 5 and certainly my experience is well worthy J of a good word. • "I bsgan to have severe pains across my back about a year ago, brought on by a{ cold, and each subsequent month brought» me nain and distress, • ' Y ur remedy was prescribe! and the way ♦ it acted upon my system was almost too} good to be true. I certainly have regained ♦ my health and strength, and I no longer? suffer periodica 1 pains and extreme lassi- J tude." —Mable Bradford. ! •,,,.,»»»»»»»»•»»»•»»»»»**•» ******* Thousands of Women Cured Every Year by Correspondence—This is What Dr. Hartman Proposes to Do For You Without Charge....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 13 April 1905

VOL. 11. NO. 18. PEOPLE WILD WITH FRIGHT Earhquake In India Causes Great Loss cf Life and Property. TROOPS CRUSHED TO DEATH A Number of Europeans, Including Children, Among Those That Lose Their Lives. The Kangra valley, a district north of Lahore, having an area of over 8,700 square miles, a-nd a population of 800,000 people, is believed to have been devastated by the earthquake. The town of Kangra, with a population of over 50,000, is reported to have been reduced to ruins. The loss of life must be enormous, but no authentic details are obtainable. Terrible news is at hand from Dharmsala, 400 men of (he Seventh Gurkha regiment, 20 men of the Second, and 50 men of the First battalion of the First Gurkhas, were buried alive, and It is Impossible to rescue them. The mortality among the Gurkha troops is ascribed to their occupying a new stone barracks, which was thrown up from the ground two feet by the movement of the earth, causing its total collapse. There were many women, children...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 13 April 1905

-W AMHERST progress. t Every Thursday by I ~ f STICKkEY TUCKER and AUBREY E. STRODE, Editors anil Publishers. STICKLEY TUCKER. Editor-ip-CfcUf ar.d Business Manager. amhekstTVirginia! Knteretl at the postotlice at Amherst, Virginia, as.p.econd.-elass mail-matter. "uTTiTo^. Vs£T All business letters and articles 'n tended for publication bltonid tie ad dressed to Tin: i'iioonnss, in yvder to secure prompt attention. (('addressed t>a person "wiuv happens to lie absent . at the time, they njay not be opened I.>f several (lays. BRIGHTER DAYS IN POLITICS. To our mind, the benefits of the restrictive suffrage laws of our new Constitution are already being felt in Virginia politics. There are indications that, tbe people are th sear thinking harder and longer, before making their linal decision us to whom they will support in the approaching primary, than ever before. The man. who takes enough interest in politics to pay his taxes six months before the election, so as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 13 April 1905

T®~XipERST PROGRESS. ■ AMHERST. VIRGINIA. THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1905. LOCAIT^rPERSONA^ Z ~ rr~s — LOCAL SCHEDULE, SOUTHERN RAILWAY." • ;• SOUTHBOUND. " ? No. I#, I.cxtnl Passenger Train, leaves Amburst 1:1? a.ju.: arrives Lynehburg 8:50 A. M. No. V, I'aatf.nger Train, waves Amherst 1:88 P. M.; arrlvM Lynchburg 2:17 p. M. No. 2D, Through Mall, leaves Amherst 8:06 I'. M.; arrive* Lynchburg 8:1N P. M. No. 8», N«jv York and Atlanta Express, leaves Amherst at 11:68 p.m. NOHTII HOUND. No. 10. Passenger anil Mall, leaves Lynchburg 8:17 a. arrives Amherst 8:56 A. M. No. 18,1.0eal Passenger, leaves Lynchburg i:W p. m.; arrives Amherst9:oß p. m. No.au, Mall and Passenger, leaves Lynchburg 1:2(1 p. arrives Amherst 4:f)0 p. M. No. 20, LovalrVusdcnger, leaves Lynchburg 7:02 p. M.; arrives Amherst p. M. FOR SALE. Flour, Meal, Shipntufl', and Bran, at wholesale and retail. « 3-23-St O. A. HALDOf'K & Sox. PAY YOUR POLL-TAX. All persons who expect to vote •in the primary next summer and ii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 13 April 1905

THOUGHT SHE WOULO DIE. Mr*. S. W. Marlnr, ol Cnlorari* Spring* Bpgan to Fear the Worat—Doaa'* Kidney Flll» Sbtw) Her. Mrs. Sarah Marino, of 428 St. Urnln street, Colorado Springs, Col., President of the Glen Eyrie Club, writes: A friend advised mo to try Ponn's Kidney Pills. Within a week after T began using them I won so much better that. I decided to keep up tiie treatment, and when I had used n little over two lioxor I was entirely well. I have now enjoyed the best of health for more than four months, and words can but poorly express iny gratitude." For sale by nil dealers. Priee 50 cents. Foster-Milburii Go.. Buffalo, N. Y. BROUGHT DOWN A BUTTERFLY Remarkable Shot Made With Revolver on Board Ship. In tho British museum is a rare butterfly, which was obtained In a west unusual way. Probably no other butterfly in any collection In the world was taken in the same manner. On the steamship bound to Sydney, New South Wales, several men were amusing themselves by shooting at a mark wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 20 April 1905

«YOL. 11. NO. 10. -EXPLOSION ON THE SYLPH The Boiler Tubes cn President's Yacht Blow Out. WAS TOWED IN BY MORGAN LINER Fruit Laden Steamer Was Asked for Assistance but Proceeded on Its Way. The president's yacht Sylph war towed into Hampton Roads by the Morgan liner ICI Cid, with her starboard boiler tubes blown out during a storm in the gulf stream off Cape Hatteras Wednesday afternoon. Two men were scalded, but they will recover. They are P. T. Murphy, ma chlr.lst's mate of the first-class, who was severely scalded about the face, arms and hands, and J. J. Dalton, a sea man. badly scalded about the face and body. The Sylph at the time of drnt v:as on lirr way to her regular station at Washington from Florida waters, where she recently had aboard Mrs. Roosevelt and her children. Mrs Roosevelt and party, however, left the Sylph at Jacksonville and proceeded to Washington some days ago. Th:.> Sylph, upon sighting the Ei Old at sea, gave signals of distress, and the Morgan ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 20 April 1905

/TttEAMHERST PROGRESS. J l^sued^versTrih^ '■ ■ 'STICKLEY TUCKER and AUBREY E,- STRODE. Editors •and j^bUstvers. ana Rusiaass Mwao.w- _ AMHEBST. VIBGJNIA. Kntered at tlie postotYlce at Amherst, Virginia, as second-class mail-matter. 1 THURSDAY, AJL'RJJ, .20, 11)05. Ckj)'" All business letters and articles ■tntended for publication should lie ad,dressed to Thk Phoukksk, in order to ' secure prompt ttf,teii,tinu. If addressed ' £o a person who iiappeus to be absent ' at tlie time, they uitij' nut be opened 1 /or several days. , ; LAST WEEK S PAPER. Last week we w ere in the grasp j of the Southern Express Company, j , We writhed, squirmed,, aud strng gled, but could not get'loose. On Thursday morning, tit the usual ! > hour for going Jfco press, our paper j ; had not come. A telegmm elicited } the information that jjt had been , shipped at the usual time. We . waited until Friday morning, aud, N as t,he tirst shipment still did not ' arrive, we telegraphed for # second j edi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 20 April 1905

jam ,u .<>-• -.-■ THE AMHERST PROGRESS, SIto&SST. VlgplNtA. THURSDAY, APHJEL.J2O,*. lftOß. Local a p^ksonal. LOCAL SCHEDULE, AILW AY. MrfnbovsD. Mo. MUUtaal fMMDfW Twin, leavej. Anakam MT a. arrive* I.ruehburß UM a. m. No.», JtoMMnr Trala, leave* Amherst 1:38 P. «.; aulvw IJF»«InMir«M7 P. M. ■/, Mo. SfThroaßli IUII.Mvm Amherst UN P. v.; iMvm I.raehburK *3» p. k. No. at New York aad Atlanta Kxprean, l«av« Aiuberit at IIM P. M. >'■ , No.artihound. Ho. 10. rtnnttr and Mull, leave* I.yneti*burg 8:1» A. m.; arrive* Amlwsrit *:56 A. x. Mo. 18, Lo4al Pa*aea«er, lea res l.ynehburg IM P. M." arrive* A niter Hi 8.-08 p. *- No. 80, Mall and l"a**euger, leaves I.j-oeh-fcarc i:» p. arrive* Awberat 4*o r, n. Mo. W, Loea) Pauenjcer, leaven hyuehburg /a p. arrive* Aalwnt 7:» p. at. FOR SALE. Flour, Mod, Hhii>«tufr; atwJ Bran, at wholeaale aud retail. O. A. BAM>6ck & SON. fast YOUR POI.L-TA>. All who expect to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 20 April 1905

Dyspepsia of Women ABSOLUTELY NEEDLESS AGONY Cuused by Uterine Disorders and Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compuund A great many women suffer with a form of indigestion or dyspepsia which does not seem to yield to ordinary treatment. While the symptoms seem to be similar to those of ordinary indigestion, yet the medicines universally prescribed do not seem to restore tlie patient's normal condition. | j Mrs. Pinkham claims that there is a hind of dyspepsia that is caused by a derangement of the female organism, and which, while it causes a disturbance similar to ordinary indigestion, cannot bo relieved without a medicine which not only acts as a stomach tonic, but has peculiar uterine-tonic effects also. As proof of this theory we call attention to the case of Mrs. Maggie Wright, Brooklyn, N. Y., who was completely cured by Lydia 10. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound after everything else had failed. She writes: 44 For two years I suffered with dyspepsia which so degenerated my ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 4 May 1905

' V OL. 11. NO. 21. THIRTEEN PERISH IN MINE Explosion Occurs in Shaft Near Dußois, Pa. ONE MAN WAS BADLY INJUREC Mine Officials Relieve that a Blast of Powder Was Cause Of the Explosion. Twelve men were killed and one man was badly hurt by an explosion of powder in the mine of the Jefferson & Clearfield Coal and Iron Company at Eleanora, Pa. The dead are: George Klrkwood, leaves widow and six children; Adam Klrkwood, leaves widow and four children; Joe Lortna, leaves widow and five children; Frank Schrum, leaves widow and three children; Augustus Wasteavitch, single; Martin Wastcavitch, married; Nick Fromansky, single; John Fromansky, leaves widow r.ud three children; John Hopkins. George Tansky, Leler Lote, John Taoii and Martin Rosack. Harry Mohney had his arms and legs broken. Supt. Fleming, with a party, entered the mine, but rescue work was slow, as the brattice work had been blown down and had to be replaced as they proceeded. At midnight the rescuers found Harry M...

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

THE amhbkst PKOOKKSS. (s4*t)eU uvef-y THuriKtay by STicKI»BY tvxjnbk and 4M**nY Er SrfKftDE, b«M*or» mn/i fumtutwttt' stwiitSf «ii« _ AMHERST, viKoV^A, t-WfKWd HilliO pt*k»Hiue at Aiuberst, > irgiiiU, us secoud-eluira tiiaii-mativr. "Wjj^PAYTMAY^I7 Itdif '' All business ielkrt iind article* intended (of pUlilicaiiini SbtKild l>e ad•■lrewsßd u Tilk I'mjOKfluA <|j (Jfder to •*oou r'<? prompt attention. If nddreHoed *ir u perwm wlio UnppeiiH t«» be absent tit til* tbey may uot be opened t<}t wveral THE EDUCATfdIiM SALLY, During tli is mouth there is to be <eoudftcted throughout Virginia a t-ampaigu especially tor the benefit t>f the system of the State. For this purpose a massmeeting of «-itizens will be heht iu •each cuuiily and city of the State "during the present month. Ptomibent speakers will address these •neetitJg» ( httd by this an«l other Ineand it is hoped that increased interest iu the silbject of p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 4 May 1905

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. AMHEKST. VIRGINIA. ~~ MAY 4, IMB. LOCAL & PERSONAL. LOCAL SCHEDULE. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. SOUTHBOUND. No. U, Local riwMamr Trala, >—*** AmyjOteiSi * A/ThAmlUfU &M Imvm Aukerit at ll® *• . KOBTH BOUND. No. to.rasseager and Mall, Ww« Lynebfcurg 8:17 a. arrive* A inherit Ut A. *• No. IK I-ocal l'a**enger, leaven JLjncbburg •tilt r, M,i arrive* Amhent l« f. *• XuuM, M»U and Pauenvr, leave* Lynch bare 3l p. arrive* AaflSht 4do v. *. Na.su, Local leaves Lynchburg I'UU P.X.; arrive* A»l>er*t 7M I". M. PAY YOUR POLL-TAX. All persons who expect to vote in the primary next summer and in the general election next fall, and who are not exempt from the payment of poll-tax, hive only till May 0 iu vhieb to pmy. It must be paid at lestrt six months before the day of tlu November election. LOW RATES TO CHARLOTTESVILLE AND RETURN. JUNE 26-AUGUST ♦. On m&nmU of the Virginia Hummer Hchool of Methods, June i* to August 4, the S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 4 May 1905

A VOICE FROM THE PULPIT. Hew Jacob IX Van Doren, of D 7 Sixth street, Fond liu Lac, Wis., Presbyterian clergyman, says: "I liad attacks of kidney disorders which kept me In tbe bouse for days at a time, unable to do anything. What I suffered can hardly be told. Complications set In, the particulars of which I will be pleased to give ill a personal interview to any one who requires information. This I can conscientiously say, Doans Kidney Pills caused a gen- # % I jpK oral improvement in my health. Tlioy brought Brent relief by lessening the pain and correcting the action of the kidney secretions." Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all dealers. Price, 50 cents. Foster-Mil-burn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Boy Not to Be Tempted. The following story is told of a verj little boy in Forest Hill: He stood at a corner near home one day,-soaking in the sunshine. An older boy strolled along, dragging a sled. "Come on, and go coasting," said the older boy. "I dassent," replied the smaller; "my mother to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 18 May 1905

VOL,. 11. NO. 28. • TBI WRECKED UNO MANY LIVES LOST Express In Collision with Freight, on Pennsylvania Railroad. Wreck Caught Fire PAMENQERB HURLED INTO RIVER Biasing Wreckage Prevented the Physicians from Rendering Aid for Some Time. While IC9 passengefs on the second .section of train 19, bound for their homes in Pittsburg and the West, were asleep in their berths, or dozing In the day coach and smoker, the engine of the train plunged into the wreck of a freight train In the Harrisburg yards, one mile east of Harrisburg station. 1 The passenger locomotive exploded. Following this were a number of explosions of gas tanks under the Pullman cars that tore them to pieces, pinioning the passengers under the wreckage, where they were roasted to dca'th. The list of dead now numbers 22 and over 100 were Injured, some of whom may not recover. The combination of circumstances that produced the disaster Is unusual and almost unprecedented. It appears that the primary cause of the accident wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 18 May 1905

'-Is#lied *„ •-; »&&>■"<. ' i A*ilbßEY p' sY&.-iqtf?" Editors '^VblfsFfors. .. •^msasa^^. JCutejnut at.tlic £C£tyJNcfe at Aipherst, ; ,' aA MuVwd-i'laAs nl^M»matte». .. - —. : ? 11-. L--J . L.. Ll-l-lg All business JetWifr and'ftrtSfilen t utended for'pgllSjation s»U'ft'W l>e ad- • •"•• '.Jrwsstxl to THK to secure prompt attention. |fja'JdreHßedr o a person wh,« (h Tie absent >t the time, tlicy E%y jjoJ bp opened *or several . '• . ~ ' r A SOV/mE pE^L. U A square deal" should lie the Jwatchwoj-dof fop IjjßiuptuAtiv parity■ irt thfc ensiling primary. There .are many candidate for the various noiiiinatjojfcsto life made ip the . primary, am} .doubt some of the Triends of jp their ««*#), he ix> resort .to uufair or questionable methods to promote their Let all V* 'JfffVTjfd irfi the J>u it." Let us this primary M model by H» frOm aud corruption. In flayV that; arcpast wrtes* $av« ofteu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 18 May 1905

THE AMHERST PROGRESS. + AMHERST, VJEGfffIA. ° THUBSDAY, MAX SOUTHERN RAltJ»'*y.. mVJSFH &o. Wfmtt T»»tartova> Artbwc»l 8:17 A~k\;iVEM*HjWnqty°Qi>. *: ®o. V, AwWfli UV f. M.; arrive* I,>nefiTiiO*fi*" K* i; v. „ Mo.W, Tlirough Mali, leav*AKfegprt IWU r. v.; arrive* I.ynclibnr*:MT*V*. «o. 88, New York and Atlanta K*pf,»*», AjHIW" I at ~iß* p * ' No. 18, luteal I'HHueiixer. le»v*« Jjuicfiburg £:86 p. *■; arrive* Ainherm IW» p, K ' No. au, Man and Ptttocaaen bkvU teMfiUtmr* i?M p. arrive* Amherst imp, fi. No. 20, Local Pawwuger, le*v.e»l> ) &it(it>urg f M p. m.; arrive* (£. STRAYED f#m my p/fiwitm on i, Vm, m-m th VWWNWttP*. , Iqwwlnftk# ~vf (lli'ese be kindly and rewards# ft* re(iwtliig tit« same to Pitt 1). \V>tt«, A inherit Iff ay l.=>, o-l*-«w LOW RATES TO CHARLOTTESVILLE AND RETURN. JUNE 26-AUCUST 4. •On aecount of tli« Vir£inl» Munwewr J . tHcliool of Methoda, J&fW to Au...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 18 May 1905

LIEUTENANT BOWMAN > ■II ■—*****mmmmm» f»^ V ~ ,S ' S '^^^"' IN FORTY-EIGHT HOURS PE-RU-NA CURED HI! Gold Affected Head and Throat —Attack Was Severe. (Tiiis. W. Bowman, Ist Lieut, and Adjt. 4th M. S M Cav. Vols., writes from Dunham. Md., as follows: "Though somewhat averse to patent medicines, and still more averse to becoming a professional affidavit man, it seems only a plain duty in the present instance to add my experience to the columns already written concerning the curative powers of Pcruna. "I liarc hceu particularly benefited by ltn use for colli# in the head and throat. I have been able to fully cure m iiw-lf of a hi ok/ dpi'i'i'f attack in forty-elyht bourn by ilHune according to di rcctlons. I use ttax a preventive whenever threatened with an attack. "Members of my family also use it for like ailments. We are recommending it to our friends."—C. W. Ttowman. Pe-ru-na Contains No Narcotics. One reason why Peruna has found permanent use in so many homes is that it...

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