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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 14 July 1905

T i Bring Your Wheat TO Tilr Kutsonville Roller Mills You can iict your (lour, meal and anv tine you want it. feed 1. Use Puritv Flour. It's the Best, Soliciting your patronage! HOI XL & SOTS. 1 THE HEUALD, HUTrfoNVlLLE. Uiij. FIANI kOPTA, Editor and Proprietor. Phone 80. TODAY, JULY U, 1W6. Kntercd nt the pimtofflce hi Hutnonvtlle. njL 'I'coinl fla tmiMt'i . imptlon price, fl no pet year, ina-lvunc until, fit) rU. ; I lu re month, 30 rt.-. i''kly paper pttbllatwH every Friday, trtlftlftf rate mat It? known n npplic (ion. Correspondence. Norltiwaatl NalghDorhooil. John Si i(-el of Indiana was in our miUt Monday. .Mi. ,Tom L'Oox is vlfitinjj hor oiiuKliii'j , .i.iim, i.i W ooillilllil. Miss Fay Ortnibton of OIiIoiik iH visit1 iiik hor Kraudparpntg in this vicinity. .Mrs Irwin and Olarn Mount of Olu ' toniiinatad their visit with relatives hole tins w.'mk. Mrs. L M. Or ninton returned Hon- ! .Iy after spending a few days iu Terre 1 mm, wiin trioiuifl. Local News Items. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 14 July 1905

Supplement to The Hutsonville Herald. HUTSONVILLE, ILL., JULY 14, 1905. l'lgeou llreerilnjf Prolltable . The Newton Democrat says Harry Bollinger of that city has engaged in breeding pigeons for table enterprise. Ho started with fifty pairs, and this number has been increased considerably. He seonred his start from an Eastern fancier, and In his collection there are several varieties, but the pure bred home is looked upon as the best, because he is believed to be the most valuable bird for breeding purposes. It is claimed that larger sciuabs can be secured by crossing the breeds. Mr. Bollinger has his pigeou house and flying pens nicely arranged, and gives the birds careful attention. He is not aiming to ship any this season, but will let the young mature in order to increase his flock. Next year he expects to do a profitable business by shipping the product of his squabbery to the city market. The value of a squab farm depends upon the frequency with which birds are produced for th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 14 July 1905

Personal Mention. Mrs. Mori Ferrell returned to Terre Haute yesterday. (ieorge Sanders visited relatives at Sullivan Friday. Hal Metfurd was up from Robinson Tuesday afternoon. Ed Buckuer went to Terre Haute Tuesday on business. Mrs. Harvey Floyd was m BoblMOn Monday and Tuesday. Harry Dolson of Palestine was a visitor in town yesterday M. P. Rackerby was in Robiuion on probate business Tuesday. D. B. Shire went to Oblontr Saturday to visit relatives a few days. Horace Cox returned Tuesday from a visit with relatives at Montezuma. J C. Stoner .returned Wednesday from a trip through the northwest. Mrs. Mary A. Hamilton returned Monday from a visit to Terre Haute. Mrs. Mahlon Musixrave visited relatives at West Union Friday and Saturday. ,1. H. Holderman and T. S. Apgar lyere in Robinson yesterday on bust ness. Arthur Irwin and wife of Chicago, visited yesterday with his brother. Will Mrs. Hester Voorheis of California, is visiting relatives in and near Hutsonvilla. Ellis Hendv and wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 21 July 1905

D D The Hutsoni I' TT T F HERALD, VOLUME FOUBTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CBAWFOUD C0te1f ILLINOIS, FBI DA V, Jl'I.V 81, I90.r NUMBEB :58 LOOK 06IT FOR OUR Big Bargain Sale. M'IMUTT & MUSQRAVE BROS. Hancock wiant to sell you one. The original and only successful disc plow made. We have them and Come and see their merits. JSFiF' 1 limn BBHHI Saturday m Ml ONE DAY ONLY f I 7 i win vi i u ii i YOU CAN BUY luly 22nd Oliver Sulky and Gang Plows. When you get an Oliver Mould Board Plow of any style, remember you have a make of plow that more people use than any other that is made. McNutt & Musgrave Brothers. Money! Money! We are all Tolling for it. Almost, every dny we are receiving Now Ooods and will Save you Money on every Purchase. Oar now line of Work uil Drew Shoes for Men, Boys. Women Ml: : nre the kind that weir sua qlvo satisfaction: uud You Should see our big stock of Dr and Work Shiri, Overalls and Waists. Oassimero and the g .od kinds of Cottonade and Hamlet Pants....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 21 July 1905

THE HERALD FRANK KOPTA, Editor and Publisher, lU'TSi'NYILI.E, ILLINOIS. ATTEMPT TO POISON. MINNESOTA GIRL IN PLOT WORTHY OF LUCRETr-A BORGIA. Prints Poisoned Orange to Snppowd Rival it ml Toiiiona Well nt House Where Hotel One Lives - Camilla riuns to Have Large Militia. Wikk. JohotOa, a pretty young fonin of 8reele OpUllt, Minn., Is nocusp.) ol having put peril grten in a wtU on t jartu of John U Johnson with the pnr POM if eiiiiing the life of Mrs. Lund stroni. a widow, the daughter of John on. and of sending n pobWBfd orange to that young woman. Jealousy is said to b the motive for the attempts on the lift of Mri. I.indstrom. Mis John son is under arrest. Mrs. I.indstrom is a ohool teacher, and Miss Johnson sent to her an orange which the State chem ist says contains enough poison to kill twenty people. Jt was In id nshle, and no one drank of the water in the poisoned well until after the presence of paris green there was discovered. The prosecution states that there is a young m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 21 July 1905

FREE! FOR HOT WEATHER A UOTTLE Of Mull's Grape Tonic TO AM, WHO If BITE FOR IT NOW It will protect you against the dangers of heal. Constipation or Decaying Bowels Canst Diarrhea. Cholera, Stomach Trouble and Dyspepsia Blood Disorders, Skin Eruptions, Bad Complexion, Sun Stroke, Heat Prostration Diarrhea, Cholera, Bowel Trouble, Etc., art v in .dims of Constipation. Comtlpatlon means r radically ilead inU-stim-8 ami poisoned blood, onsttpatlon i most dangeroue during iit weather on account of sun strokes heat debility prostrnlion. If you lUddenly check dyisntery fatal bloodpolion may result - a physic weakens and does not rotnova Hie riltll, makes you worse. Dysentery, Cholera, Bowel Troubles, disappear when Constipation it cured. Revive und strengthen the intestines or tioweli nelore thev decay Irnm Inactivity and contact with rotting food. Until Ml'LL'S GRAPH TONIC was put on the American mar kct there was no cure lor constipation. We will now prove to you that MULL'S GRAPE TONIC ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 21 July 1905

mmw?mm. -m-irxrrsa J THE HERALD, Bring Your Wheat TO THE HUT80NV1LLB, iu. FRANK KOPTA, tilltiir anil Proprietor. Phone SO. FRIDAY, JUhX 1, 1006. Hutsonvillc Roller Mills Use PuritA Flour. It's the Host. Entered at the postofilee ut .iutaonvillo, til., 'i second lit.-H mutter. Subset Ipilon pi iee.tl.OGper year, m advance; hi x month tvu eta. ; throe month, so eta. a weekly paper published every Fiiday. advertising liite made known on appUce l ion . Local News Items, ituiit our pal! XJU Bl . Torn ! Four will run an excursion iauto Sunday. Apgar Iiuh accepted a swill) BfM ' store. 5 CONCRETE HOLLOW BUILDING BLOCKS When made of River Gravel, Medusa Portland Cement, Clo'-'n Water, Tamped well in the Mould and Cured Properly Are VMiioHt as Lasting as Time. Jjy.-t. i svstem of manufacture, &. D. NEU7LIN, rtatsonviile, Illinois. a DREAM OF BEAUTY f. E. Daoghcrt), nno Square North of Court House, ROBINSON, ILL .1. ; .;. ,. , 7 ...7, .... lire I lit mil it J l it til fji.no l.r u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 28 July 1905

tit THE HUTSONtTLLE HERALD. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSOHVILLE, CRAWFORD CC S 1 If, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 28. 1905 NUMBER MtfNUtt & MUsgrave Brothers' Seventh Annual BK BARGAIN SALE Beginning Todag, July 28, and Continuing Until Saturday Night, Mag. 5th, Never before have we made such preparations for a genuine big bargain sale as at this time. This does not mean a sale of old shelf worn goods, but bright, new ware. PRICES THAT TALK. 4c 5c Tack puller. Flour Sifter - , . , , 14 inch bastille spoon. (i quart pudding pan. One pint pieced cups. Comb casG 13'inch wash bllsin Surprise Egg Beaters. g ho)e tjn mQnm 2 quart dippei.. One dozen clothes pins. Table knife. ' 11 inch scrub brush. Nutmeg grater. Parina knife ' 11 incu W0H(i Duttor howl. Patty pan. Quart cud Steak l)0HnUell ji n i n 2 quart cup. Long handle milk ladle. 1 8c lOc 12 to 4! 20 pound spring balance. 4 quart coffee pot. Other counters Large Vogetablo Strainer. Enamel wash pan. ranging in Perforated chair seat. $ q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 28 July 1905

r THE HERALD. L FRAK KOPf A, Editor and Publisher. HI TSONVILLE, ILLINOIS. CHICAGO STRIKE IS ENDED. FIX BOUNDARY LINE. VERMONT TOWNS FOUND TO BE IN CANADA. Three VUIaM BnppOMd t Belong to I nele Sam do to tin- llominloti with Uulteu Hie of Territory Karmlnil Btoppad bj Hoaatto. Three towns !u northern Vermont tviih total Population ..r -.5i0 that have nl .nppoMd ihej were a part of l'ui'le Sam's domain have been proven to be located In Canada, The town, are Rich lord, Ea.t liii'hfor.l and Stevens Mills. Some time nto a joint lurrajrinl eomreiaaioB cotupoaad of J. B. Baylor aud son,, and i'. W. Staples of Wushinutou. represenilng the I'nited States, and Bngtntwn K. 0. and K. Raloboth, nnd F. W. King of Ottawa, was appointed t" Inspe.l the boindary line between the i'nited States aud Canada. As a result of their labors a strip of land several miles in length aud from one-half to on. mil in width is found to belong to Can ada. On this land are located the three places nientl d. Kiehfor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 28 July 1905

Cure ForJQie Blues ONE MEDICINE THAT HAS NEVER FAILED Health Fully Reitored and the Joy tf Life Reffalned When a cheerful, bravo, light-hearted Irontao is mdctanly plunged into that perfection of misery, the BLUES, it is ft sad picture. It is usually this way : She has been feeling " out of sorts '' AN OPPORTUNITY for some time; head hs ached and back also ; has slept poorly, been quit nervous, and nearly fainted once or twice; head dizzy, and heart-beats very fast; then that bearing-down feeling, and during her menstrual period she is exceedingly despondent. Nothing pleases her. Her doctor says : " Cheer tip : you have dyspepsia ; you will bo all right soon." But she doesn't get " all right," and hope vanishes ; then eonio the brooding, morbid, melancholy, everlasting BLUES. Don't wait until your sufferings have driven you to despair, with your nerves all shattered and your courage gone, but take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. See what it did for Mrs. Rosa Adams, of 819 12t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 28 July 1905

MAJESTIC COOKING EXHIBITION. THE HERALD, HUTHONVILLE, IliL. PRANK K0P1A, Editor and Proprietor. Phoue SO. FRIDAY, JUMT ML ior. I 9 i Ik tk Ik iV Kntered at the poftofflcv :tt HQlaoavlUf, in., in KOcond olMl matter, SliUaorlptioa prloe, 11,00 per yiiax, tan.lrauec: hi . mi.iiuiH. an i-ic ; three maths, .'i" u a weekly paper pnbtlslwl every Fviitay. Advertising llttc muile known on epplioa. 4 THINK OF IT. ik ik ik ik ik i ik ik ik w i ik i ik ik ik 2 ik ik k y. i Ik 1 . ik Ik ik ik . i I ik I Ik I I ik ik k ik k I I ik ik ik ik I Biscuits linked perfectly, browned top and bottom, in THREE MINUTES. We don't ask you to accept this statement on the bare assertion, but we do ask and extend to every one in this community a cordial invitation to be in attendance at oar Btoro any day in the week of July 31 st to August 5th and see this wonderful baking performance, with your own eyos, have a dainty lunch and a delicious cup of coffee with us, and hear the demonstrator from the Majestic facto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 28 July 1905

The Hutsonville Herald SUPPLEMENT, JULY 28, 1905. Figures Tlmt Slillf. Added laurels are coming to Illinois. Crowned with the tassels of the growing corn she is going to the front again affile greatest producer of that cereal In the United States. There is no music or poetry ordinarily in statistics aud Hg ures, but those that tell of the agricni ture of this state sing odes of glory foi the state of Illinois. Last year Illinois raised 41 mill'" bushels more than any other state ai received for her corn 34 millions more than any of her sister states. Her near est rival was Iowa, which Illinois baa distanced now seven years out. of the last ten. Illinois' crop last year was 31 millions' while Iowa's was 303 million' The prospects this year are great than ever before. Illinois will ag:m lead when the crop is garnered. Hundreds of thousands of hard ( . ing men, the very best and stron I all our citizenship, have made li the boast that Illinois is the hea: if ir '. center of the greates...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 28 July 1905

Personal Mention. row aays John Musgrave is attending normal at Robinson. W. A. Pleasant hud business in West Union Friday. Linder Lowe was in Robinson Wednesday on business. Mrs. A. L. Lowe of Robinson visited relatives here Saturday. Win. Werner and family spent Sunday with Adam Weller. Ed McOlure and J. N. Hurst spent Sunday on Merom bluff, Mrs. H. V. Fulton went to Chicago Monday to visit her sons. C. H. MuBgrave was in Robinson visiting his mother Saturday. Henry Bedwell anil wife were in Robinson a few hours Saturday . Cyrus Miller left Monday for n visit with his daughter in Chicago. Lorin Melvin left yesterday for Danto work on the C & E I railroad. A. K. Bishop came down from Terre Haute yesterday for a short yisit. Rev. I. C Tedford filled his preaching appointment at Flat Rork Sunday. Mrs. J. A. Parker visited Terre Haute relatives from Thursday until Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. S. E. Lindley were over from Sullivan Tuesday and Wednesday. O. R. Hedden of Newman has...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 4 August 1905

The Hutsonyille VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. 1 J)0.r NUMIJEK 40 McNutt and Musgrave Bros. Big Bargain Sale HAS BQ Crowds. BQ Values for the Money. BQ Number of Sales. gQ Rush for the Bargains. 1 BE SCIRE GO REGISTER For TOMORROW EVENING at eight o'clock Borne lady will got the Silver Knives and Forks, and to some lady present at 8 o'clock we will mve a nice Silver Butter-Dish. Be sure to be present. j ' r" I'. ... "--I'j Bna-j-fflm . , 'J " Our New Garland MALLEABLE RANGE Is tho Best and inost Range ovor shown in Hutaonville. Rcmombor, whenever you see ' the Garland Trade-Mark on a Stove or Rango, you can 1)0 assured there is nothing bettor made for tho price asked. M'Nutt & Musgrave Bro DEEP CUT ON SUMMER GOODS TO CLOSE OUT Men's 3. 76 Tan Shoes at " 3.50 ' " at " 3.00 " " at W omens 2.50 " " at Ladies' Slippers Loss Than Cost. Mon's Summer Underwear Cheap. Straw Hats any old price. .13.00 . 2.8!) . 2.4!) . 1.50 Cleaning out ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 4 August 1905

THE HERALD. t'KWk kOPTA, Editor and Publicher. Hl'TSOXVILLK. ILLINOIS. BE GIVES UP PENSION. CHRISTI1N SCIENTIST SAYS HE'S NO LONGER SICK. Vcterun'. ProcMdlag s" 1 ntiminl tlmt He la BsMlntd it" to HI, Sanitj Southern Preacher aad Hi. Sons to Huns Other l.nte New. Coaunhiioaer of Pencloal Vespnsijtj Warner re.-eml.v directed h medical honni u. eHini:ie a ma a name. Kyse to ilelertuine whether the latter is in his .right niin.l. K.vse. who had heeu drawing a ptnaiofi f.ir a number of years, rettirueil his roncher f.r $i'. the amount of his pension or the last quarter. In a letter in which he state.1 he was not entitled to a pension. This was such an unusual proceeding that the commissioner naturally thought he was anbalanMd mentally, an.l aenl a board of physicians to look over the man who hart voluntarily nrrtndcMd bil pension. The members of the hoard found Kyse was I his right mind, and that he was also in excellent physical health. When asked why he had surrendered Ilia pension Ky...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 4 August 1905

! whan ftndlQifi hold hod irtot It a autaHOI frni tfll light, nml do not lt(nd the btftd ovor tlu work miy more tliun m pOMlbUk CASTOR IA For Iufauts and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Btimture of nunons iiikri nbatsnilsts, Simoon Ford tells of lome amusing sxpsrlonoei of a lady he knowg who is most charitably disposed toward the poor of llici Hi u ins. One day toll worthy woman la the goodueia of bat heart vlsltad a kiiihII Imy iii whom she wna InterMtOd and who was convalescing from a long Illness. With her she carried --sonic due fruit for the lad, but to her mrprlM tbe mother received the Offering rather dubiously, evincing mile Appreciation of or gratitude for what tbe charitable lady thought would be most acceptable to tbe little sufferer, When next the good Samaritan called at the place she asked tbe mother how tbe boy had enjoyed the fruit. "V iwer. ry was the laconic an- Instantly Relieved and Speedily Cured by Baths with Soap to cleanse the skin, gentle applicat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 4 August 1905

Sometimes I got hungry, ns most people doi 3 And when that k i n I of a reeling conies on me I go 1 1 Wilson's Restaurant, that now (tore in Hutsonville on the east side of Main street. It's not jn, am ur appetite tl eoldi any any variety nil o! i noil and thoy servo them in a way that makes you r Sometimes T eat ice rrrniu, served-with cru to. lor you can i ml of canned of breads and lish hod THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE, ILL. FRANK KOPTA, filitiir and Proprietor. Phone 80. KM DAY. AUGUST , LOOS. Entered ut the pottoKos nt HuttonvUU, 111. , M MConil die tnattri . fruits, and that tickles your palate It" 1 am alone, I gen erally take a bucket of cream homo, or else get some of that good eandy, or possibly some fruit. Whenever you want Buvthinu in this line you can And what you want at I WILSONS NEW RE65AURANG 1 SubwHption price, f l.OOpiT year, in aiivrtnce : i x ntAntht). uo oU. ; three months, w t. a weekly pApvr puM(sh1 titty Friday A l?orlillQM MUM nuile known OQ applies. Local News ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 4 August 1905

The Hutsonville Herald SUPPLEMENT, AUGUST 4, 1905. Personal Mention. Thos. J. Kennedy returned Friday from a visit at Arthur. Mrs. Matilda McCoy has been on the the sick the past week. Miss May Morton of West York, was a visitor in town Friday. O. A. Brigham visited Robinson relatives over Tuesday night. J, A. Royll and family visited relatives at Annapolis Sunday. C. H. Musgrave and wife returned home from Chicago Friday. Elmer Seauey of Oblong, visited friends in the city Sunday. Judge A. L. Lowe was up roui Robinson on business Wednesday. Miss Gladys Musgrave went to Vineeunes Monday to visit relatives. Miss Maud Voke left Saturday for a visit with relatives at Charleston. Miss Savannah Osterdock of Terre Haute is visiting her parents here. Misses Hallie and Minnie Shore of Merom, visited their sister, Mrs. James Hash, over Sunday. Thos. Reynolds came down from Arthur Friday, called by the illness of Mrs. John Reynolds. Mrs. Elmer Zeller and son of Kansas City, came Wednesday for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 11 August 1905

1; Ul'.' The HutsonviIxe herald. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, XLl'sOIS) FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, l!)0 NUMBER 4 1 1 OUT The following list of goods are in every way all right, but in order to make a clean sweep of a few odds and ends, we will make a cash price extremely low, which will be to your interest to look after: Mitchell Wagon, $53. One 8i High Wheel Stiff Tongue Mitchell Wagon. Entirely now. Complete with broke uud soat, $53. Mowing Machine, $33. One 5-foot Bright, New Minneapolis Mowing Machine. Has largo trucks, is ball and roller bearing. We guarantee there is nothing better on the market. Good Buggy, $35. One up-to-date open Runabout Buggy, Stick Seat; sound sound as a dollar. Guaranteed by the Brown Carriage Co. for one year. Only 135. Oliver Plow, $6. Two Oliver Chilled Walking Plows. Never been in the ground. In good condition. Price each, $6. Chain Harness, $23.50. One Set Extra Heavy Chain Harness, complete with 1 i inch lines, 22 feet long; $5 pair colla...

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