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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 6 January 1905

W-.: 4''' is L VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, 'jTNOlS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, i !or NUMBER to 3 wmsR93axmsamm&TWwmiiwjmws MhMBMI To every man of every trade (For they all use them) We call attention TO OUB FINE LINK OF GAR PEN I ERS v? H?ry.T?cw?5r?rjwr3.Tsr.'yig-rrT? They are built on the principle that 'The Recollection of Quality remains long after the Price is Forgotten." SEE OUB SPECIAL DISPLAY THIS WEEK M KEEN KUIIER I Them is no saw that will saw like KEEN KUTTER. Hatchets and Hnnimrts, all style The kind that don't break or come off Ihe handle. I Screw Drivers, fcSrnee and Planes, Augers, Chiseh and all small tools. Bits AXES Cross Cut Saws Wedges Sledges Saw Tools m .WAS Pile Grind si one and Whet Rocks We believe that we have the Very Rest Line of tools on the market. Ami iif'tcr trying any Keen Kutter or Blue Brand Tool you are not satisfied that you received good value for the price paid, bring it back anil get something else or your rnoiM luri.lt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 6 January 1905

w 1 THE HERALD. TOM g, AfU AR. Editor an.1 hMHw PTBONVILLS. 1 UXIN01& leveiopnietits In iho Mr adwlck ia Indicate that ii,il, ' Km dan n.u , fe6 has fallen into iheliaudJapanese, says port Arttliti make defense longer thu: V Huro of Ribbing nioitnJapanese permits ilu mounting of heavy guns, nnil give them command of tho city ami harbor thur. ) ANIAIIY...1005 I Sun., KmUTiM. Wed.! Tha 8 9410 151 16 1 17 38 88 24 SO 130181 is l (I Prl. 0 la 80 a i St.t. 7 14 $t& m& CbS: m-ral ul ranrawBranu Ban. the Coll. Stoo scl )fl lieini, u frit. m i (I by the JupaiH'uo pros for perus ft ( (he destruction of the Russian warships In tho mouth of the harbor of Port Arthur nnd dispatching torpedo-honl destroyers In Chefoo subsei;ii nl to his offer of surrender. A St. Iimln weal her prophet nuya Ut winter will ho a mild one. hot to look out for a slzzlcr next summer. lUtilUOl show ihat more than J230,WW.IHHI worth of property In the fulled States was destioyed hv fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 6 January 1905

THE LATEST THING Dy WM. H. OSBORNE (Copr right, 1WI, liy Dally Btorj Huh. Co.) FROM time Immemorial (he true poker sharp has operated under laws as fixed and immovable and unchangeable as the laws of nature. The first step has invariably been to get a man with a wad of money. The second step 1b to net him off alone somewhere. The third step is to let him win a few games, until he is well worked up. The fourlh and last is to let him lose all the other games, taking good care to keep him at It until he is dead broke. But this Is an age of originality of enterp ' Mickey Walters and his close ci. tiion, Shifty Smith two young met. with fresh complexions, hut very hard mouths were poker sharpB par excellence. For Ihey had a little game that was all their own. "It's the latest thing in poker." Mickey would remark, as ho wished bis oluer eye. It was. And it wan novel. For, whereas the old-timers had been wont to let, their victims stack up the chip at the start, they always, toward the end...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 6 January 1905

e-x-rx nwum'.i Mid winter Clearance Sa In order to make room for our MEW 8PRINQ GOODS we will, for the mouth of January, make i 111 and cefit REDUCTION ON Sailf and ves TH HEKALD, HUTSON VILLA, ILL. TOI 5. APOAR, Lilltor and Proprietor Phono :0. For work on-Lcvoo in Sullivan J I , county between York and Hutsouvfllo, ! I . For particulars write or see ! "Sunny, .ian iTab'vi'"i wlv j jCojl J F LU WE ?? ft COX," - " HITSONVIUE, ILL. 1 'coats. Btil-iptitai pi'leQ. $1 .00 IWV your, in advalHMl guilts, to ots. ; thvoc inouthsi 30 dm. Uy imjiL" pultlfilfcd misty Friday. L'MljMB rules ravle known on rtppllBfl our vou 11 vo ICS it icount tiom moans that benefits. to btiv oven tnem. We i these goo use the n sent We 8o we mnl sit ion. it? HI this If. B. is X I (I ONE FMCE k few more frapnosrwnei to fire UJ. w ' "i:;:''' abs"",,c, " IN Ml OUGHT TO KNOW Why IVe Prliil TliurKilny HTcttlntrf Some thorn bo who hats jokinitly rolarked that it wna n tittle odd for n 'ri lay paper to ho printed Thurs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 6 January 1905

SUPPLEMENT TO THE Hf TSONVILLE HERALD HUTSOJfVILLE, ILLIXOTS. FlfDAr, JANUARY 6, 1901 West Crawford. Don't forget to write it 11105. P. C. Barrick is still getting better, Aunt Ellen Wilson is quite poorly. Philander Morgan 'h children have the scarlet fever. Ira C. Walters. Jr.. sold a horse to H. McConnell for 1150 Alex Newliu and wife of Kast Porterville spent Sunday with the family of 13. H. Conover. Jacob N. Price an 1 family of Wcslern Illinois, is here vinltiug with relatives and friends. Miss Myru Wilson, who has been in Hntionville for some time conducting n millinery store, is at home on a visit. Lamotte Prairie. Adam Wilier of Hntsonville, did some mason work here Monday. Mrs. H. T. Horning and family of Missouri, are the guests of 1. N. Horn0ng. Morf Seymour and hands are building a new barn for Jesse Walker iu Palest be' Misses Genevieve nnil Maine Steele were guests of relative- at Pal sliue Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hnsea Hawkinsf and family called on Grandma .Miller on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 13 January 1905

The Hutsonville herald. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSOSTVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUAKV 18, 1005 NUMBER II A WORD ABOUT The Catalogue House. Some people think that from the glowing advertisement put out by catalogue houses, that by sending their money away to them they get their goods at wholesale trices, forgetting that these houses are only big retail slores, and as the expense in the city in the way of rents, taxes, insurance and the cost of living is many times greater than it is in Hutsonville; therefore the goods bought of them have got to be sold to pay this greatly increased expense. It is true that a great many brands of goods thai have been on the market for a long time and have an established reputation are sold by them very close in order to creat the impression that everything is cheap. And often they quote on an article of a certain size and weight a very low price but in point of real value the article is not a bargain for it lacks the peculiar good quality w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 13 January 1905

THE HERALD.ffHF WEEK'S NEWS TERSELY OUTLINED TOM S, A I'll A It, Kdltur u,t Publisher. HUTSOJXVILLB. I ILLINOIS, Now watch the Japanese proceed grimly to fortify Port Arthur foi keeps. Alcleff, before the war Btarted, Informed the czar that Port Arthur could never be taken. Taking a lesson from Port Arthur, t;reat Britain may be expected to make a few Improvements at Gibraltar. Miss Ames, of North Easton. Mass., has the finest collection of orchid on the continent. It is worth around 1400 .00C. Ktidolf Genee, SO years old. an eminent German playwright and historian, has been granted a pension of $j00 a year by the kaiser. A single policeman In New York city has in two years' time turned over to the city 328 pistols taken from men who were illegally carrying them. Gov. Douglas, of Massachusetts, has on his staff five generals, eight colonels and lieutenant colonels and five majors, not to mention the captaina and lieutenants. After a good deal of hesitation ?.nd Koine refusals, a pov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 13 January 1905

TO THE LEGISLATURE INAUGURAL MESSAGE Of THE NEW STATE EXECUTIVE. ASKS FOR IMPORTANT LAWS Becommends Adoption of Direct Pri mary Law Extension of Civil Service New Charter for Chicago and Other Things. BnrinKfleld. Tho following is the in- attuurul inessaKo o Gov. Charles S l)cneen: The constitution provides that the gov- friior of the state ".shall at the commence ment of each session und ut the close of his term of offiat. lve to the trenerul as esembly. Information by UMSMi of the condition of the state and shall recom mend such measures as ho shall deem expedient" In compliance with this mandate Gov. Yates has submitted to you an able message showing the pros parous condition of the slate. It has also been the custom for the In coirnK eovernor to deliver at his In auguration an address suggesting such policies uf legislation as he deemou ex pedlent. In observance of this unbroken custom, 1 submit the following; Primary Law Needed. Our state needs a compulsory pri many law. In but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 13 January 1905

TMERE IS NO FRENZIED FINANCE l1 in the buying of our CLOTHING GENTS' FURNISHINGS Tliey nre the kind of securities that bring in good interest SATISFACTION. These securities never fall below our standard Fashion, Fit, Finest of Fabrics and Fairest of Prices. Remember we are offering some Tremendous Bargain la January 10 and 20 per cent off it will pay you to trade here any old time. W. B. Hurst & Co ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS. MIGHTY FINE; And when ijoil see oUr Big Stock of Fresh, Bright, Brand New Groceries YOU WILL BE AS GLAD TO BUY AS WE ARE TO SELL. NOW IS THE TIME TTrf7 to buy ifflUr Winter Ouershoes. We have RLL KINDS. COX h MEEK, Trimble, 111. -PHONE GENTRML.- THE HERALD, HUTS0NV1LLE, thU TO S. APGAR, Editor and Propriclor. Phone 30. FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1905. Entered hi the poetofllct at Hutaonville. 111. n eond olan matter. Subscription prion, 1100 per year, in advance ; i x months, 60 eta. ; throe mouths. 30 e,ts. A weekly paper published every Friday. Advertising rata...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 20 January 1905

The Hutsonville Herald. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUAlfY 20, 1905 NUMBER 12 , OUR HARNESS SHOP FOR 1905, is preparing to supply your wants better through this season than ever before. For several years past we have been compelled to buy factory made harness a great deal to supply the demand; but with our improved facilities now and with our early start we will show you for spring trade the largest line of Harness of every description, made from the best Oak Tan leather and carefully put up right here, that was ever shown in Hutsonville. Come in at once and let us show you and figure with you- on a set of Harness for spring. J. CILL, MGR. TIN OP FOR 1905 B. R. Norfolk is now here in charge of this line. Any work of this kind will be done right and promptly. Our prices are right and our goods are right. We want your business I CASH TALKS ON THESE CLOSE OUT PRICES All Lots of Odds uud Ends of Punts 33 to 50 per cent Off Small Lot of Jeans Pauts 7...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 20 January 1905

T the herald: TIE WEEK'S NEWS TERSELY OUTLINED TOM a. Ar;lt. MUM "' I'ublUo.r. HUTSONV1LLE. I I ILLINOIS Tcisons are killed at the rate of one fur i-ery day In the year In the Ne York ettf street by vehielos. President Oluz. it is reported. Is poInK to make a desperate attempt to prohibit bull utlitiug throughout bis fountry. The bones of all flying birds are hollow and tilled with air. thus oomblniiiK the greatest strength with the least weight An Epitome of the Most Important Events at Home and Abroad the Past Week. New York dty's government lives ou borrowed money nine months of the year and pays $-,Oi)0,UUO In interest for its folly. There have been creeled in (iermany IM memorials to Hisniarck in the form of statues, busts, obelisks, etc., and 48 more are under way. If Mrs. Chad Wick gets a five-year sentence, with the usual allowance for good behavior, who will say that her financiering was frenzied? Gen. Kuropatkin is known as an author by his works on geography. He also is i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 20 January 1905

When Regular Medical Treatment Failed, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Cured Her Rheumatism. Hundreds of peoplo afflicted with rhon mutism huvo spent years under the enre of excellent, physicians ill vain. Then they havo set tied down to tho oonvict ion that it is fastened on them for life. Mrs DinimOTC was not willing to join the ranksof the hopeless merely because her noetor dil nut linow how to help hor Here is her story : four years ago I suffered greatly With iheunintiKin in my hands and knees. After I hud boon sitting a while my limbs seemed so hcavylcould hardly wnm on tho Hist attempt. So long as I kept moving I was all right, but just as oou as I stopped, something seemed to settle in my knees and makothem oohe. My hands wero so bad I couldn't touch tlio palms of them on n flat surface; they were swollen and pinned so." "Did yon call in a physioian?" "I doctored steadily for ovor a year; (hen ono doctor said : ' You have taken medicine strong enough to kill nlmosi any thing.1 Stil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 20 January 1905

WHY NOT I Take advantage of our low prices this month, you will SAVE HONEY on everything you buy. We oiler you low prices on articles that you actually need. 10 m 20 pEssENT BEFORE WE INVOICE. BITC GLOVES! You are getting oocLs better than NOW. RIGHT at these inures. BUY UNDERWEAR NOW. W. B. H6IRST & CO., ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS. 0- MIGHTY FINE Rnci When you see oilr Big Stock of Fresh, Bright, Brand New Groceries YOU WILL BE AS AS WE ARE GLAD TO TO SELL. BUY NOW 13 THE TIME. to buy iiouY Winter Ouershoes. We haie RLh KINDS. GOX & MEEK, Trimble, III. THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE, ILL. TOM S. APGAR, FJitor and Proprietor. Phone 80. FRIDAY, JANUARY 80. 1905, KntiTt"! "t tiff pOVtOfltM M Utit'iivilU1. III. A- MMMtd olftM uiattiM . til,ritn'ii pi it't. f 1. 00 cr yi'iir, in tnlvtuiee; bi month, flu (?t. ; thrM HMWttM SO otH. A weekly pitper Mttfltttftl every Kriilny. IdfiirtitiHfl nitCH Mimic knutvi) on up plication. BLUE FRONT 3 Livery and Feed Barn Courteous Tn ntmont p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 27 January 1905

The UTSONVJLLE HERALD. VOLUME FOURTEEN IIUTSOWILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, 1LHNOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 87, !! NUMBER 13 What is (ke greatest belt to you in Ike home? Nothing in the homo or on the farm will compare in real service to the r."T7r.T?r.,rr!:r.,rr.r.'Ta COOK STOVE OR RANGE aits jj't' .m.sxE. VxTm.'TK:-:.-3rjajm on which you cook your daily food. Three .times a dny or over One Thousand times each year of your life, this article is brought into practical use, and it adds to your enjoyment if it works successfully, or to your sorrow if it fails to do tho work required. To meet this requirement we have a big lino of the best Cook Stoves and Ranges that can be bought, and we heartily invito you to call andttxamine them knowing that at a very reasonable price we can supply you with tho very best that skilled labor and good material can produce. WILL RE FOUND at our store this week SPRP GOODS ARRIVING. An elegant line of ' White Dress Goods and Laces.. 1 19 e have everything to cook with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 27 January 1905

T THE HERALD. TOM s. Ai-iiit. l.lltor.ml , nt.il.h.r, HUTSOXV1LLE. I I ILLINOIS. The Dos Moiucs tin.) dty library htu consumptive reading room. I'p-to-date literature touchins the cure, treat incut ami prevention of tubarculOall lias torn dnssifU'd ami set apart for the use of the rauidlv arowtUK mini bor of people who are takiim a -matt-' interest In this subject. In addition to furnlshlnK them material to educate themselves as to the cure of the disease. It separates them from the liability of contagion. The places are designated by signs. Too many children was flu.- defense of Anion Hermann, who has been arraigned before Justice Prindeville In 'Miicago charged with failing to send bis daughter. Katie. 11 years old, to school. Hermann testified that he was the father of 19 children, six old enough to go to school. "I am too poor to provide clothes and books to senl all six children to school." he said. Hermann wa:; fined $10. but payment was suspended on condition that Katie shoul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 27 January 1905

ft DAY OF TERROR IN ST, PETERSBURG Army of Workmen, Led By Father Gopon, Start For Winter Palace PROGRESS BARRED BY TROOPS IVrlllnU ill I lu ll ICIlurta the Troop. Fire, Pint Willi IlliinU, Then niih ii .ii. ami HandMAa Are Killed or Wiiiniiled. St. rctcrabiirfr, Jnn. -.'1. Smidnj'H liloudr VVOTk here la (old in the eold fiinelnl figure (if tile llnllee. M the Kam Knte. ivliere Father tiiipnn Mttirfeil ivttU hit deruteil huilyuilliril mill Hie WOffklMM from the PutilolT Ireit work.- .'toll were killed mid BOO ivcrc ivimiided. ' t the MoNLo.VNkl level t'ro.alnB; l.iite, 1,000 iv ire Killed mid 1,500 ii mi tided. t the N.'viUy Itnte, below the llosoow million, noo were killed and fOO iroiinded. In the Vaailll I. dlnlrlet, 200 lii'rp killed mid 500 vvoiimled. In other luirtH of the city 100 were killed mill TOO wounded. Total I hilled, U,000 wounded, 3,400. 1 St Petersburg, Jun. 23. Sunday proved a day of IWipMkaMp liorror In St. retcrsburg. Tho strikers, goaded to desperation by a day...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 27 January 1905

THE LAST WEEK TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR REDUCTIONS BUY NOW Underwear, Overcoats, Suits, Rats, Shirts, Sweaters and Gloves, WE INVOICE NEXT WEEK ii r mjrs;t & r.n ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS Rnd when ijod see our Big Stock of Fresh, Bright, Brand New Groceries YOU WILL BE AS GLAD TO BUY AS WE ARE TO SELL. NOW IS THE TIMEsSir to bdy iiodr Winter Ouershoes. We have ALL KINDS. COX & MEEK, Trimble, III. eFHONE gentrrl.- Q THE HERALD. HCTSOXYIIXE, UM. TOM 5. KfUXt, Edituraod Proprietor, Phone 30. BLUE FRONT i Liven and Feed Earn raiD AY, JANUARY K Kitterel at the postaAn .it BEPTB. lit . M ecoml In matter. Subscription MrtcwflMpf year, tti.tfirance; six iniritli9. fr ct. . three oitmtti. 30 ct. & weekly paper paMlilwH evuy Fii'iav. A.lveitir-iti(f nMM niM'Iti knuuii on :t pplica -1 tun . The Skill of the American Housewife in Bread Making is due to Yeast foam. It makes good Bread I from any flour. 1-.. . t ..... T-,-. la I i . rranot that took the First irand Pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 3 February 1905

The Hutsonvi i i IT HERALjj VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNT!, I Li. .'Ols, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1905 NU3IBEH 14 VICTOR STANDARD SCALE III buying a Waon Scale you want something reliable We can soli you a Victor Scale, manufactured by Fairbanks, Morse & Co., that is fully guaranted to weigh correctly on any part of thptfrtfw!' iht"""" "" - The price is only a few dollars more than the price asked for the cheapest grade and when you get a Victor you can depend on it. We have 600 lb. Portable Platform scale for $8.00. Call and see them. Call and see the "JACK OF ALL TllADES" Gasoline Engine For general farm work it has no equal M'Jutt & Museraves' Clover Timothy Seed We have a nice lot of pure seed which we offer at LOWEST MARKET PRICE. SEE OUR NEW WHEEL BARROW GRASS SEEDER inU & Miissraves' CASH TALKS ON THESE CLOSE OUT PRICES All Lots of Odds mid Euds of Pants 3$ to 0 per cent Off Small Lot of Jeans Pants 75cto $1, worth Mora Covert and Chi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 3 February 1905

THE HERALD. TOM S, AT.. IK. I HVTSONYILLK. Wor uil FulUUtaer. i Illinois TOW cant Imagine why any people should stay In .wintry like Finland when thare aro whole continents bail empty. A lieutenant In liio Russian army is paid about $200 a year, a captain about v and a major l.0. kiirupat Un is getting $100,000. Every man who lias worried His hair out trying to borrow $" must lift htl hat to Mrs. Chadwiek, queen of high f.i.ance, with her $13,040,000. There are 44,000 hotels in the I'nited States, representing an invested capital of over $0,000,000,000. These establishments employ 3.500,000 persons. issia is wrestling with the prob lem ol how many soldiers It takes to deprive 140,000,000 people of a desire tot constitutional government. Married workmen in Russia are paid 62H cents a day and single men receive cents. There is every Inducement in Russia to get married. Canadian minister shared his bed with a negro who had been refused hotel accommodations, and so far not a check or a ...

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