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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 25 May 1905

VOL. 11. NO. 24. MORE TROUBLE IN CHICAGO Negro Killed, White Man Mort- ally Wounded in Riot. STRIKE LIKELY TO SPREAD Both Sides Firm and Authorities Apprehensive of New Outbreak of Disorder. Rioting resulted Sunday night at Twenty-ninth and Dearborn streets. Chicago, when James Gray, a negro nonunion teamster, was shot dead by Harry Bernstein, a bartender, during an argument over the teamsters' Rtrlke. Bernstein was mortally shot by Policeman Tinsley, negro, and 1,000 persons partly demolished a saloon in which Tinsley had taken the unconscious bartender. This is the latest of several clashes between negroes and whites since Enoch Carlson, eight years old, was phot and killed several days ago by two men, alleged to have been negro strike breakers. In a discussion of the Rtrike and the shooting of Carlson, Gray and Bernstein fought In the street. Bernstein drew a revolver and flred four nhots. Two of the bullets took effect. in Gray's body and he fell dead. Two negroes, attracted by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 25 May 1905

i"HF AftlHfctrS? AK;(Hvi Issued Ev« v fiy* ' • STIC Ifl^'iuct' AIJRWY B< ST«WR - ftaMta ,>>■'! pnMmitn. STJCKEr.v fuctjVs *2Sitor-ln : rh«ef SU •■' Bu»M«b« tofcna««", ■ r ' AMH ERSTVIRGINIA. Kuteredjty .IhpiysHNK-e at AjpJtprst, /Irglnla, as mail-inptter. Tin RSI».\ Y. MAY 25/1908. Cf-Jf AM I t/sines's-letter*. aiH articles ntenckil foi nutittcatimi «h<nrf(i tie adf lreamJd''to*rnn Pnoo ukkh, lu".,rderto • secure prompt attention. 11" aflilreused r i) a person'wlk> happens to be absent tat the ray mu be «i*:iie<l 6or several day " . • * ' ' A CHANGE IN WIND. "The 'stand patters' who are proposing to wage war on Secret a , ry Tart's /if purchasing sup- j 'plies for .flie IMiiainst va'nal in the' cheapest market Sve ]lkefy, if they | 'follow out their threats, to find themselves powerfully promoting the movement for tariff >evision." This is what the ?Ce\v Yol'k'/Tribune says, and of all the •which r bjf/f .t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 25 May 1905

JHE AMHERST PROGRESS. n- r I » >>«V mftmm .wvyAMHERStr " TIItWRSDA?, MX¥ 25, 1905. ft"? LCH AL /, (BOUTJIKHN BAIUVAV. < south noUXD. No. lß.JyOcal JPpsEanscr Train, Jfovefc Am * hursl gfn'A7 arriven l.ynclrburg 8:50 A.m. 11, I'mkkcuxn Train, leaves Amherst 1:88 J'. M.; arrives J.ynchbttrg 2:17 »'• »• «tfo.2V. TliroUKli Mall, leaves Amlierst SM jOt.; arrives Lynchburgß3# )•■ m. JJo. 81), New lork tii(l Atlanta Kxnress, leaves Amherst at ll:C8 p.m. ' northbound. .No. 10, PaaseHger and Mall, lftcvrs I.ynchJLAirg 8:17 a. x.; arrives a. m. ,No. 18, Local Pussenger, leaves l.ynchbnrg jJbt p. m.; arrives Amherst SKM P. M. ■ .No. 80, Mall and Passenger, leaves I ynchMirg 4:20 p. M.; arvives Amherst 4:60 P.JI. ;No.», I.ociil ■riit-KeMKer, leaves I.yneliburg jTifc P. M.; arrives Amherst 7:85 p. M. STRAYED from my premises on jjtay £, 1903, two Calves stven months rt- kl, a heifer and a jy ale, both red-and-.wlitte-Spotted. Avy knowing the jWlieTeaboiUs jvf the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 25 May 1905

sV*\< - > * «!s^m'< <• % V *yV *' \ >%&* , u » / • *8 • '\%s *> RESTORED TO HEALTH. THANKS TO PE-RU-NA Friends Were Alarmed— Advised Change of Climate. Miss Mildred Keller, 718 13th street, N. \\\, Washington, 1). C., writes: "1 can safely recommend Peruna for ca tarrh. I had it for years and it would respond to no kind oi treatment, or if it did it was only temporary, and on the slightest provocation the trouble would come back. "I was In mich a state that my friends were alarmed altoul me, and I was advlted to leave this climate Then I trie I Per unit, and to my {treat Jo 1/ found it helped me from the first dose I took, and afe w bottles cured me. "It built up my constitution, I regained my appetite, and I feel that I am perfectly well and strong."—Mildred Keller. We have on file many thousand testimonials like the above. We can (rive our readers only a slight glimiMse of the vast array of unsolicited e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 1 June 1905

VOIJ. 11. NO. 25. BARON ROTHSCHILD DEAD One the Wealthiest Men in the World is Gone. GAVE MILLIONS TO THE POOR Philanthropist, Philosopher and Bportsman, and One of the Most Patriotic of Frenchmen. Daron Alphonse Rothschild, head of the great banking house, died In Paris, May 20. Baron Rothschild was recognized' as one of the greatest financiers of modern times. He was at the head of the Paris branch or me great financial institution which controlled the private and public finances of Kurope, and was one of the wealthiest of the Rothchilii Family, whose wealth has been computed at $450,000,000. Baron Alphonsc was more than a financier. He was a philanthropist, philosopher and sportsman, as well as one of the most patriotic Frenchmen who ever lived. His charities were not confined alone to France, but his wealth was used to relieve tl\o needy in many parts of the world. An example of his anxiety to relieve distress was given only winter before last, when he gave 12,000,000 for the Im...

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

: n Amf&zz , ;ssued Fvtv - v Thursday b?/ ' • STICK! F-V TI IP.KKR and ft AI <BRF Y IL si: POPE, Fdit.ors an*l Publishers. T.UCItHP MUO' in-Cni«f fl'U ■ ■'-.' Business Maiiarrc r . ••• ■ M | AMHEKST VIRGINIA lOn.turwt at l li< ±< ut- Ajuhpjrst, /irginia, as nee.ind-clasN mail-matter. ■ TIUJBSI IJN iH7Twr>~ — —3— ; (Br#" All business Idlers and articles , utent'eil for pubJi'-atUm' should Ije ad- > ) ircsaed" tp Tiik Vkocikksk, in crder to I *■-I'eoure prompt attention. If addressed I i o a persotr who happens to be-absent >,tt the tints, tkey itiay uot be cpenwl ! i for several days. ■.">* . ■ . » r HE WISE-COUNTY'POIX'TAX "CASES. '' ; 'lj . f'f") ' Week before referred to , '.lie charge,brought dgliinst'fhe Be-1 •' publican'oiganizauoiio}' Southwest Virginia thiit it Mil pa : iT the poll- : taxes of Republican Voters, knd at- * tempted to evade the I'vw by taking from thest "totefs •"'dub-bills...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 1 June 1905

; THE PROGRESS. AMHERST. VIKQINIA. 1905 • -LOCAL & PERSONAL. LOG A L SC HE DU l E, SOUTHER# RAILWAY. aoi.'Miti'iiuxi), No. 10,1,8pa,lV»«B«»cr Train, leaves Am- , hem 8:17 a:>} Arrive* LvnChbarK 8:511 A. M. '■ No.«, Train, leaves Amherst 1:88 ..I*. M.; arrltti I^s'iichbiirK'2:l7 r. »1. • No. UK, Mall, leaves Amherst !MKI ,I'. M.; arrive# 1 ) ynchbu««'»:H9 r. M. f >'o. SO, New Vork and Atlanta h.Npjess, (j .A\es Amjiel'Mat 11:58 ' north bum !>• . No. 10, Passenger ami Mall, leaves I.ynch- . burn 8:17 A. a.; arrives .Vfnherst B:s# A. M. No. 18,1/oeal Passenger, leaves Lynchburg ■i :H5 i'. m.; arrives Amherst i'. m. 1 No. 8(1, Mall r-ucl Passenger, leaves Lynelibnri; 4:iio i*. M* arrives Amherst 4J*> p. m. ' No. !M, Loc.nl' Passe liner, lea ves I,y ueliburj; •iJII r. M.; SfrK'ts Amjfjjrpt 7:36 FOR SALE—A Hue that gives .from 4 to 0 gallons of mflk per day ; i has a beautiful deep-red male calf. ' Apply to ..Fka.vk T. Burks, R. F. I...

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

THINK OF IT ! This Pretty Matron Had lhad achc and Backache, and Her Condition Was Serious. PE-RU-NA CURED MRS M BRICKNER Hit Eleventh Street, I Milieu ukee, If/u. | "A short time ay<> 1 found my condition very serious. I had headaches, l>alns In the back, and frequent dizzy spells which ill etc worse every month. 1 tried tteo remedies before Per una, and was discouraged when 1 took the /Irst dose, hut my courage soon returned. In. less than tw> months my health teas restored.''—Mrs. At. Itrickncr. The reason of so many failures to cure cases similar to the above is the fact that „ I diseases peculiar NOT RECOGNI7Fn I t0 tl,e female A 8 CAtTrR 1 !?* 0 -x are not com————monly recognized as being caused by catarrh. Catarrh of one organ is exactly the same as catarrh of any other organ. What will cure catarrh of the head will also cure catarrh of the pelvic organs. Peruna cures these cases simply because it cures the catarrh. If you have cata...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 8 June 1905

VOL. 11. NO. 26. fBIDAL WARFARE RESUMES Free Dinner and Fiddling Contest Ends in Bloodshed. . MOONSHINE WHISKY AS PRIZES. Three Persons Are Killed and Seven Wounded In Hargis-Cockrill Factional Battle. In the edge of Breathitt and Morgan counties, Kentucky, tiicie was a feud fight In which three were killed and seven wounded. The dead are Henry Freednrnii, Harlan Dykes and Andrew Wilson; the wounded, James Wilson, tshot In the side, will die, Latcher Davis, shot In leg, not serious; Lee Davis, shot In I high, dangerous; John 'Alen, shot in face and arm, serious, and three men whose nameft are at this time unknown, blightly Injured and at large. ' The battle Is one of the first open battles of the famous Hargis-Cockrlll fend. which, after passing: the bush"wacklng stage, has passed into the courts and now Into open hand-to-hand battle. There was a free dinner and fiddling contest given, by Grant Reed lit his blind tiger, at which moonshine whisky wag given as prizes. Among the feriui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 8 June 1905

I i -* ■ % jJ- «.. •■ t J - J . ".'v - - Issued Ev*"*y Thursday by * - ?TicKr rV tuck'hk and - - AUBBRV-.P ST^OOF,, ■Frtltivs o»rt Publishers. ■ $3 ,'CKLFY TUCItV ana "i. > -t nueitrefs "R^riiinor. AiMHLKST VIKGiMAr Klltered at tlie pi-wfoillee at Amli?rst, (••finia, as seei>j.'<Mlaxs mail-matter. •rifrayTj i ; n e ?/hhS7 - -\*l busiicss letters antf in tildes i tended for pi'l'Mcatioif sliouJ! bo atlfiessed to TiH?- Vhoohkss, iii>ortler to ','ieuuro prompt attention. Jf aililreused \ r o a person who happens to lie absent it the time, they may uo,t be i peued. nr'ne'i ejal <lay *. BERNARD b7CAMPEr I.L. The death of Bernard B. Campbell took place at live o'clock i*. M. .last Saturday. For several months 'lie hj|d .lft.cn .'II 'with an 'nctirable nialqdy, heart di&cdfce, and it was known thai his efrd might come at any time. However, he had been •'recently well enough to walk about his home, und ij' ih.atli was, there...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 8 June 1905

7riJE AMHERST PROGRESS. *""* AMHERST. VfftClNtA. Thursday, i9<>s. & P^RSON^. LOCAL SGHEpULE. yttOUTHKHN KAILWAY. SOUTHBOUND. J<o. 19,1,0i>al Passenger Train, leaves A*ifc%rst»:l7 *. m.: arrives I.vXihburK 8:8(1 A. M. JJo. It, Train,Jß'aves Amherst 1:J8 ,pSi.; arrives Lynchburg 2:17 P. M. J'fo. », ThronifKiMall. leaves Amherst (MX) .PRM.; arrives I.yx.cflVburti:l:Hß r. m. JNo. at, New Vbrk and Atlanta Express, ves AratiergfT at U:(fs y. mJ.OKTIIIMU J£o. 10, I'amrnger and NWlt, leaves I.j'nch.i'Srif 8:17 a. arrives Amherst 8:88 A. M. S3. 18, Passenger, leaves I.yuehburg m.; arrives Amherst 8:00 i'. M " Jv'o. ao, ifcill and Passenger, leaves LynchJtSi?K 4au arrives Amherst 4:50 i\ M. •i'"- iSJ. I I'aisenger, leaves Lynchburg M.; arrives Amherst 7:!I6 r. M. POR SALE. A flue Marshall & 'lljpight Piau«, very Utile Aj(W' «> Jusia-ji C,3H<H>T, Virginia. OF Y. M. C. A. /MP y - w. c - a - ashe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 8 June 1905

MISS MARIA DUCHARME. Every womanin America is Inter■* ested in This Young Girl's Experience. "—. Il ( V if,~> mr ducharme. It Xw J% ElizabelhiSt,. peal, Can,. PELVIC CATARRH WAS DESTROYING HER LIFE. PE-RU-NA SAVED HER. Miss Maria Ducharme, 182 St. Elizabeth street, Montreal, Can., writes: "I am satisfied that thousands of women suffer because they do not realize how bad they really need treatment and feel a natural delicacy in consulting a physician. "I felt badly for years, had terrible pains, and at times was unable to attend to my daily duties. I tried to cure myself, but finally my attention was caused to an advertisement of Peruna in a similar case to mine, and I decided to give it a trial. "My improvement beyan as soon as 1 ntai ted to use Peruna and >oon 1 iras a well woman. I/eel thai 1 owe my life and my health tit yonr wonderful medicine and gratefully acknowledge this fact."—Maria IPucli-v-rme. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartinan Sanitariu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 22 June 1905

VOL. 11. NO. 28. WASHINGTON CITY CHOSEN The JaDanese and Russian Dipj lomats Will Meet There. NATIONS COUNSEL THE MIKADO United States, With Other Countries, Urge Mikado's Government to f Act With Moderation. America's National capital ha:> been selected as the seat of negotiations between the plenipotentiaries ot Russia and Jappn for a treaty of peace. Ihe choice of Wa. hington as the local convention of the peace conference mark.s another forward step in the negotiations toward ultimate peace in the Far East instituted tiy President Roosevelt. • Ufficial announcement of the selection of Washington was made by Secretary William Locb at the White House. It was In typewritten form and read as follows: "When the two governments were ui:able to nsree upon tither Chetoo or Paris, the President suggested The Hague, but both governments have now requested that Washington be chosen as the place of meeting, and the President has accordingly formally noticed both governments that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 22 June 1905

* tIF I-_F;CGKHSS ~ f* - . - • **-•«-- # '."ss'ood Evo r y Thursday bv ' . STJO'I t'¥ XI'CKEK i>nU . AUBREY V.. feT ROD I;, Fdltors anrt Publlshe r « M-; i-i iTi-ri.i-M' i f jjt.'-.r |n-Ch!of ' I s •.Bjislo#*,'* JWanafltr., . . | AMWEJJSt VSGJNIA. Kp tared at the A ett'ftlee at Am^erat. 'iririuiii fls se''oi!<t-/-l;iss iiiui'-iiiattor. Tlll't Si \ rN i; I'.nr.. fey All business letters and articles I nteiiiJtd for publication should be nd- , tressed to Tiik PiuKiitKss, iij order to, , icuare i ii'iepi iUteuiion. 1 f ad<trussed ! j • a pej.spn whv happens t<> b§.;'.tj«ent ' l it the tiiiif' .they uyiy nu. be cpenedf . 'or several dAys. < J. _ . f THE PRIJVW R/ The State 1 teniooKaVvc Executive t'ominittee met -in -KicUnfoid on ' Thursday laKr, and- arranged for thi to nominate candidates ■ for State offices and• fo.'* the United States Senate. 'Thctc'qjiuuittee fix >' ed upon Tuesday, August ""nd, as - date ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 22 June 1905

7 THE AMHERST PROGRESS. ' .AMHERST. VIRUfNIA. J AY, JUNE',22, 19051 f PERSON/lI * local schedule. BO U.TjK KH>r "HA II,WAY. 801TTIIB0I!XI). No. 19,1 will Passenger-"tr.'ln, leaviv. AmU< rHtV-.lli; . M.; «i vivos I.yiii'liburK fcSB -\. M. *'"ttMU, » SKI-lit!%i«Traill, l' LVL'H Amlicrst lA, p. M.'| iipjives I,.vnrliburiUblT I". M. * 1 No. at.Whrough HmII. lenvnH Amherst <S:Cu p. m.j urrlvieii i/.viK'liburß B:HS'i - . M. * No. :i», Saw York tiiid Atlanta 1 Saves A-ml.cist at ll:fi6l'. M. * I U ' " NOK'lli HOUNI). No. 10,fagse»in*Jipd Mail, leaves I.ynchl»urij B:!<>v. M.; arrives Au hurst-(MM A. M. ' »■' No. 18,1,oc:il rasiengofl leavi-s I.yncliburg £:.W p. M.T alrM Amherst i>. m. • No. H« -fsnil ami IYsseuser, leaves T.yncliLuri:«fci'i\ M.; urrlf'es Amlierst ItfO p. M. ' ' N«;*o, l.ocal l'ajmenirer, leaves 1-ymjlibtirg "/Sli V. m.; arrive# Amherst 7:85 v.-ji. - t<ti li. . . - " i FOR SALp. A fine Mt.rshall &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Amherst Progress — 22 June 1905

SADIE KOBINSON. -PreMi/ Girl Suffered From Nervousness and Pelvic Catarrh— Found Tjuick llelirf in a Few IJiti/s. *«»•• rnr ii NERVOUSNESS AND WEAKNESS CURED DY PE-RU-NA. Miss Sadie Robinson, 4 Hand street, Maiden, Mass., writes: lVruria was recommended to me about a year ago as an excellent remedy for the troubles peculiar to our sex. and as I found ihat all that was said of this medicine was true, I am pleased to endorse it. "1 bejan lo iih • It about xerrn months ago for ice ifcilem and nervousness, ca itsrd from oierirovk ami sleepleHsnesH, and /iiuml 'hm In a few days I be:/an to grow strong, nly appetite Increaurd and I began to sleep better, eonreinently my tieruonsnrss passed away and 111 ■ weakness In the pelvic organs snon disappeared o nil 1 have been W 'll a ml hi roily ever si nee. " Address Dr. S. B. Hartman, President of The Hart man Sanitarium, Columbus, 0., for free medical advice. All correspondence strictly confidential. Dried wood steeped in oil is used to incine...

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

VOL. 11. NO. 31. MOT TAKES HAY'S PLACE .4 Former Secretary of War Will be Secretary of State. QIVES UP LUCRATIVE PRACTICE President Tells of Sacrifices Mr. Root Has Made in Order to Accept Appointment. Official announcement was made at Oyster Bay that Elihu Root had been appointed Secretary of State. The announcement was made on the authority of President Roosevelt in the following statement given out by Secretary Loeb: "Elihu Root has accepted the tender by the President of the Secretaryship of State. He will take the oath of office in a couple of weeks, but R will necessarily be some little time before he closes up his business affairs. He will not go to Washington permanently until some time in September." President Roosevelt is much gratified at Mr. Root's acceptance, and is deeply sensible of the personal sacrifices made by Mr. Root in again taking up the burdens and duties of a member of the Cabinet. The decision of Mr. Root was reached finally on the President's special train...

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

:. r rtE AMHCPROGRESfS l , a. -W fr - -* inufd Ev» *y hy ' -*STICKI,FV. TfIOKKR ii-nd ■' AUBREY >" ?T'ROr>r ti(lil.rr < Mish'. ""' ~ jmnar; tO'coct".' FdUo' in-cwc.f a->J - : i *. • • s « l 1 VJKGJJV!A. Kniered at tlu j <-¥n>Hi,i:e aj. AnjUcrst, .MrgtnlflJ aM'seimlrt-Phif-stiiatt-niatter. ~ TllUbs'l > V Y~JV I. J t«', 19l)X — -■-■■■ ■ -r ■ _ _ ... .... Alt Ira si 11 ess letters'tvirrt"nrtli?tt. , s nti.'iided for pHbilvation 5 1 .14.1 id be adi ressed-' to Tii>k HM<H<4<R4K! hi «r«i«r to < rimi v luvnipt attention-.' ,11' a<ldresse<l 7:1 person who hapiietn l<. lie absent t <1 {lie lime, they icuy'iio? tic opened < >t'oi several nays. '" f ~ f v r HK LATE MEET'M Of fHS"VII?CINIA ' ANO NOKTII CA(tt)LfNA PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. The forU'' . iis fiitertainiing' city it'self m<istlv thi...

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

yT\\E >»MHERST PROGR£Sf. AA!HERSX.jVU?CiNIA. - 3{HUKSJ>AY, 4'-JJxY ,13 n 455, fipcU, & PjSRSQMI^. Stßsi IK UN", IwU • ' souTiiKoirxn. ..Wo. 19. Locnl Passengur Tnjln, le«v«* Aml:eratl:l7 a.-v.; nrrlvon.fcyncliourij IfcM *. m. " No. V, I'll sii ,«er Triil«.?fii ven Amherst 1:38 _sV*.; tlrrlvCT li.vnchburi 2:17 I*. M. * No. W, Tlkrouuh Mutt. Ichvum Amhfrst SlO# i*. .*.: nriivH h 1,.\ uclitmi n :!;:>» l'- >•- ' »-o. !l», »>M York 'itid Attantil Express, h l'!avi.'S AljlJiurHt lit 11:68 I'. M. ' " ' KOHTHjHOUKO. . jq. 10. I*«HHeii(jcr ni-i Mull, ljnvsa Lyttgli--Jjtiflfß:l7 a. >!.; nrrlvK* AinhersUfW A. M. No. 18. Loeul l':is«eiy -r, leave* I ypulibiirg 2-- r » r M.; arrives AuiV'rst IfcCil f.ti: ' '■ '"tifc. HU, lltll and HafarnKW, Iwi'vos T.yncli 1-tirx 1:2(11'. M.; arrives AmlMpst'lsO r. M. No. 20, I,oral I'nsHi B'.rr, li-ifes' Lynchburg ; 7:1J2 r. m.; arrives rstJ6j#s «• FOfSALE. / line Mnrsliaju A Wendell ...

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

CONSTANT aching. Back aches till the time. Spoils youi nppctite, wearies tlie body, worries the mind. Kidneys cause it nil nml Doan's Kidney Pills relieve nml c ure it. H. B. McCarver, of 201 Cherry St., Portland, Ore., inspector of freight for the Trans-Con-tinental Co., says: "I used Donn'sKid- j ney Pills for back aehe and other symptoms of kidney trouble which hnd annoyed me for months. I think a eold was responsible for the whole trouble. It seemed to settle in my kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills rooted it ont. It Is several months since I used them, and up to date there has been no recurrence of the trouble." Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by all dealers price 50 cents per box. Fos-ter-Milburn Co., Buffalo N. Y. Back for His Umbrella. Joseph M. Stoddart, whose acquaintance among authors and artists extends over two hemispheres and half a century of activity, tells this story of a meeting with Edgar Saltus, novelist and wit, in London a few months ago. "I had just arrived in Lond...

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