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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 11 August 1905

THE HERALD. FRANK KOPTA, Editor and Publisher, Hl'TSONVILLK. ILLINOIS. CLKfiKH ARK WARNED WILSON FORBIDS ENGAGING OUTSIDE BUSINESS. IN Pccrtlar. nf the AKricu It lire laan.a Btrlnnnn Kulpa lor link lata unci Kmplovra Aerial lar I. hi. to Span Great Grand Canyon Gorge. Secretary Wllaon, :- it result of the admission of lr. Salmon, head of he department of animal industry, thnt lie n a business partner of the Inventor of the gelatine meat iuspeetiun label nseil by the department, will issue rules for the officials and employes of the Department of Agriculture. The principal rule will forbid enipl. Interested in nny ln.ine!ii Rhnilnr to thnt In which he 1 pukikI ns a public erTnr. or thnt bii f-ir contritci). on which he may be cnllo.1 upon to puss in Ml ofiVial capacity. It in promise', that the inquiry Into the conduct of the luiremi of animal lad oa try n ill be thoroofh. Besides -1etermiiii:tf What, if nny. relatinn existed hetupen Ir. Salmon and the rompanj which supplies the meat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 11 August 1905

F MBVQt )ralBB Pl0i PtnP tnougl) fnr the wonders it bai worked In en ring me R. II. Settle!, 2200 OHvtj street, St. Lou.h, Mo., April 15, 1001. If fl m:in onnM bat Bill his wishes h wouhl double his trouble. "-Poor Richard. "Dr. David Kennedy's I-nvorile Honiedy, IT rtat, Mi V . cured my nurion" kidiitiy tionula. 1 en i nnd ttpounds." b. Wrdull, HuruMilU, N. J. BotllM ft When the eyi's are Weak, lleep nil t hat In possible. Mr. WIiibIott'ii HooTniNd Btaffl fee OhtMtei tttiliinu; uofiKiirt U.i kii'hh, ri"l"i'w inilturm Uj iftiu, curaa wind ooLu. V a bottlr A LAND OF PROMISE. Thousands of Women ARE MADE WEIL AND STRONG Buooaia of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegolabti Cempound Rests Upon tho Fnot that It Really Docs Mako Slok Women Well Thousands upnrj thousand of American WOtneQ have boon restored to health by Lydia B. Pinkhtuo'l Vejfe table Compound. Their letters are on file in Mr. Pinkham's offlot, ami prove this Btateinent to ba a fact and not a mere boast. Overshadowing1 indeed is tho suc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 11 August 1905

I Brinsr Your Wheat msMMamza XHE HERALD, to tim: Hutsonville Holler M You cnu get your flour, meal and feed any time you want it. Use Purity Flour. It's tho Best lll'TSON V1LLK. ILL f VNK KUPr. Editor and frupcietor. Phone SO. !MKitir, FRIDAY, AUGUST it, isor. Entered at the pfMtoflloe tit Hutsonville, ill., in s, ii mill nlass mutter. s ii ! im -I'm t nu prtoSi ILOOper rear, inadvanct ; tx tumuli, flo etai throe tnoaia.. Wots, v weekly paper pnblUlicil svery Friday, Adrerllsieg rate atadi known on iipi'liention. THE MLROM CHAUTAUOUA. Begins Next Wedn nUy Kollem luuut HllH 11,'t'Il Sjuourtsl. The llnst uiutiug af the Moroui Bluffs Chautauqua Assembly will bo held, beginning next Wedt?dny and continuing for eight days. Never in the history of those fnmoal blurt's has there been but attempt tngivrilnn entertainment of such n wide scop)' nud tho program calling on J as published on another page. Shows Mrs. Lydla Wilson tlmt Rome of the bos talent in thecoun- , Sunday with her nnoll try...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 11 August 1905

Supplement to The Hutsonville Herald, Aug. 11, 1905. Personal Mention- ( Nike Lowe tivsa hew tills wi Raymond Bishop Halite West of Robtaaou visited p-iu k. (if Terr here visiting friends. W A Pleasant returned from U uton Saturday night, Mrs. Martha Floyd wont to Robinson (in business Wednesday. Mrs. Hannah Adams ha boon ou the sick list fur a week pant W. B Hurst went to Huns Tuesday t ( attend tne ohautauqua, Mr. mid Mrs R l! Higgtns attended the chautuuquit at Paris Tuesday , (.). B. Mount and family went to Mi. Vernon Tuesday to visit Ins parents. Elmer Oiterdook (Mine down from Terre Haute Monday to visit relatives. Dr. Win. Eaton attended the soldiers' reunion at Robinson Thursday and Friday. Miss Bertha McCrory cauie down from West Union Monday to visit relatives. J. T. Whitman and mother of Sullivan were gueBts of Dr. Win. Eaton here Friday. Hampton Angell left Monday for Terre Haute, where he expects to find employment. Miss Nora Orcntt name down from Terre Haute Tuesday t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 18 August 1905

The HXJTSOXtIL II ER i MI). VOLUME FOUKTEEN HUTSOVILLE, OKA WFOKD COUNTY, I .LINOIS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. 1005 NU3I15EK 42 SPECIAL OFFER In order to clean up on All Buggies and Surries wo will make Special Low Prices On all that are on hand. Each one is a bright, new and up-to-date rig, and you will find that the prices made will be very interesting to you Harness Department If you wanted to buy a suit of clothes, would you go to a store where you could only have one suit of a kind to pick from, and if it happened to be two sizes too small would you think it all right? The same is true in fitting your horse with a set of harness. We have harness to fit' all sizes of horses and to use for all purposes. We Give You Good Values on Everything in the Horse Goods Line Hit & Wlusgrave Bros. DEEP OUT ON SUMMER GOODS TO CLOSE OUT Men's $3.75 Tan Shoos at $3.00 " 3.50 ' " at - 2.8!) " 3.00 " " at 3.4 Womens2.50 " " at 1.50 Ladies1 Slippers Less Than Cost. Men's Summer Underwear Chea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 18 August 1905

the herald. THE WEEK'S NEWS TERSELY 0U11INED KHMv koi-i v. Miter mmI PaMlthw HCTSONVILLE, ; : ILLINOIS. The state of education in Russia may 1 jiulsed from the fact that there is only cr.c Tillf sch nil for every 12.000 persons. Six million pounds of adulterated nd harmful foods were destroyed futile health department of New York In the last 12 years. Hiram Maxim, on being asked how he came to think of the Idea of an automatic gun. Mid that It was kicked into him at the end of the civil wat after firing an old-fashioned Springfield rifle. A new law, which will gradually reHM in the entire disappearance of slavery from Siani. hns come into effect, says the Itungkok Times. No one can now be born a slave, and no one can be made a slave. After having long been monopolized by the corner saloon the 'free lunch" has been adopted by a church In Cripple Creek. Col. The pastor of the First Christian church placed among his Sunday notices the following: "Lunch will be served Immediately after ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 18 August 1905

. 3V! i e uy. rr A GOOD BARN. take County, 0., Mnn Has Them All Beaten tor Fine Barns i How It Is Built. I havo noticed several photograpbfl - ind descriptions of hams in the Ohic Farmer, but none of them are like the bam of Joel Reeves, of Lake County, O. says an Ohio correspondent. Mr. Reeves is over SO years old. The illustration shows one bent of the barn aud tho n i Sk 5 j p EXCELLENT HAY BARN, location of the ham floor above the "big Jjeams" and running lengthwise under the gable ep the roof. This barn was planned and built by Mr. Reeves about 20 or 25 years ago. It is situated on a side hill facing the south. It has 24-foot posts and 9-foot basement, making about 33 feet from the eaves to the ground. It is 00 feet long by 40 feet wide and is divided into six bays 20 feet square. A bridge is built from the ton of the hill to the gable end of the barn. A barn floor extends through the barn from this bridge. One man alone can easily and quickly unload hay into the bays beneath a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 18 August 1905

T I Bring Your Wheat TO TIU1 Hutscnvilie feller Mills You can set your flour, meal and feed aiiN Unit: vou want it. Purity Flour. It's the Best. Soliciting your patronage, KOI & SO. THE HERALD, IIUTSONVILLE.IIjL. PRANK KOPTV Editor and Proprietor. Phone 80. KRIDAY, At : JUST IV 190f Khti'icit al M KMtOftOI i mattafi al HUtMflVlltffi 111. BiibMriptli ni mm ile .. 20 to Bonvill kind of u feeling i Restaurant, thai m oast side of Main i IW sin traet. mo 1 Ilut- It'a not your appetite there, for you can iinv kind of canned an j' variety f breadi and or col etnnieutnei i get hungry, n-s moat when Unit Wilson's on tin1 difficult to satisfy gft tunehes, hot goods, all of them fresh, n cake?, and they serve them in a way that makes you relish them. Sometimes I out ice cream, served with crushed fruits, and that tickles your palate. If I am alone, I generally take a bucket of cream home, or else get some of that good candy, or possibly Borne fruit. Whenever you want anything in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 25 August 1905

m h h i 1 MIS HlJTSONVILLE mr RALD, VOLUME rOUKTKEX IIUT80NVILLE, CUAVVFORD COUNTY, I I.LINOrS.FIMDAY, AUGUST 2. 1005 NUJIJJElt r.i PUMPS and WIND MILLS For the jst six yours we havo Mid tlit Sampson Wind Mills unci havo f.mnri tliom very snlisfnotory. Thoy arc very itronff, (hirahlo mills, will run in a very light wind, nml iilwnys ivo sutisf notion. Our prices are vory reasonable on thorn and wo would be glad to quote you prices and give you estimates on an entire outfit. For Pumps that Work and don't get out of fix The Myers Pumps S?5tad the Test at AJ1 Times. Use this kind once and you'll nevor use any other. Eave Gutter, Tanks of all Kinds, Kitchen Sinks, Bath Tubs. We are prepared to supply you with anything in this lino at the lowest prices. We furnish competent workmen to put up this kind of goods, and wo guarantee you a good job. rave Brothers. DEEP CUT 01! SUMMER GOODS TO CLOSE OUT Men's I;?. 75 Tan Shoes at 3.()0 8.60 ' " at 2.89 3.00 " " at 9.4U Womons2.50 " " at 1.50 La...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 25 August 1905

THE HERALD. TOM 8, ATI) AH. HH nil PublLher, HClBOS'ILLJi I I ILLINOIS, Minister Uarreti warns Americans to keep away from Panama. The Jobs are ttveo out :u Washington. i i U 1,004 men killed In on battle the ruguayeii revolution promises to rise l the dignity of a rc:il war. A Missouri preacher has Mated that he will resign unless his salary is reduced. He should be secured as a Pike attraction. v St Lo iis newspaper reporter left an MtMl of 7t, M4, but then he wasanewsbOy for some years before he became a reporter. Ear, :,. automobllini produces the ii mim BUtomnCla, to the doctors say. Bxoesslve dodgtni produced autophoble long ago. ON POLL BOOKS Attempted Padding of Registration Lists Leads to Murder. AN INNOCENT ONLOOKER SHOT riie at. Louts PVttWpIl) Tel.. himI Will I tirftud ilnrjr lie,, it I i ti. iict,ir, lit l-'iv III. 1 be ban is to be put upon nonunion eggl in New Jersey, and the country la on tiptoe to sec if ihe hens can do It at the price. TWO Texas negroes have juet M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 25 August 1905

v. . HER SENSE OF JUSTICE By ARTHUR RENWICKO'HARA 'iyrlKh,iffll,ty Iialljfliori .'lib. (. ) rr B1 HOT! M:ii AMNKK whs Imrinl jpt?l a month ago to-day," re marked EJira WillnUs, helping himself to a huge Bllcaot ham, "nn' court sets in November. BQ I reckon we'd as well Hlo f phi rhim to IUa estate." Mrs. Martha Adams, his Idest His- , ho noticed that her bright brown hair for. a Rrim. Liarsh-featUrad woman, 1 wtved prettily orr icr smooth rornundded, "i reckon wo might us well." tad, that her evea were bl and brown tale, while Lucy an unpaid) unappa I elated slave In her brother Ezra'a I household, refuked her ihara. formed J for a time the sole topic or eonvcraatlou in the village. "I call it mtghly .self-dcuyln" in girl that'oa weiirln' an old brown oeh I mere that's been turned three Umei. fur her Sunday best," yald Mra Kelehaw, when .she told the young minister tho itOTy at the lea table, "but she snys she ain't got no right lo Abnor's property and she won't touch a rent of It. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 25 August 1905

Bring Your Wheat TO THE Hutsonville Roller Mills 'ou can get your flour, meal and any time you want it. feed i 1 most people do, omes on me I new store m Hut- J i street.1 It's not there, for you can f kind of canned U Viirictv nl I irr mis and Use Purity Flour. It's the Best. Soliciting your patronage, BOYLL & SOW. k . . Honietimes i got Hungry, n and when that kind of a feeling go to U ilson a tiestnuriint, that tonviile on i!i' eorfl side of Mil difficult to satisfy your appetiti get lunches, hot or eold, an an 01 mem iresn, ana anv itiiu tnev servo tut in in a way unit makes VOU relisl them. Sometimes I eat too cream, served with crushed fruits, and that tickles your palate. If I. am alone, I generally take a bucket of cream home, or else get some of that good candy, or possibly some fruit, whenever you want anything in this lino you can find what you want al WILSONS' NEW RES6AURAN5 JO. CONCRETE HOLLOW BUILDING BLOCKS When made of River Gravel, Medusa Portland Cement...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 1 September 1905

40w ' The Hutsonville herald. VOLUME FOUKTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS l?ltIDAT, SEPTEMBER J. 1905 ie .small MSt week mn before JPKiu' pro- ki. and tin) larm brewery T ftt WllS omo of ous on NUMBER 44 WE HAVE THE BEST EQUIPPED TIN SHOP IN CRAWFORD COUNTY. We are prepared to do nil kinds of Shoot Metal work promptly and in a manner that is .satisfactory. Tin Roofs. This is our specialty. Wo use good rooting tin, and put them on so they stay and don't leak. Hot Air Furnaces. We furnish and put up tho best Hot Air Furnace that there is on the market; and when we put them in thoy work. Tanks and Troughs. We manufacture right hero all sizes of Troughs and Tanks, out of tho best Heavy Galvanized Steel. Come in and got prices. Bath Tubs and Sinks. Furnished and put In at a great saving in cost to you over the prices charged by plumbing houses. Eave Gutter and Cresting. Put up out of the best material. The kind that wear well. Repair Work. All kinds of repair work and special ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 1 September 1905

THE HERALD, FRANK KOPTA. Editor and Publisher. 1ICTSONV1LLE, ILLINOIS. TEN MILLIONS (J ONE. BIG BUNCH OF CANAL MONEY ALREADY EXPENDED. Seorctnrjr Shuw Will Probably Hnv to IIMU Bwidt lo Cuiilinue t'nnittruction Work M the lxtlimus Three Train Robber Cloture! in Wuatiinictori. Inquiry among ofjclsli of the office of administration of the isthmian canal commission in Washington elicit! the fact that nearly all of the (10,000,000 appropriated by Congress In UH for the Initiation of the canal work has been spent. It soon wld he necessary for the Secretary of the Treasury to begin the issu- flnoe ot oonda for carrying on construction. Supplies have been purchased in Immense quantities during the last year. The purchase ..f two ships alone cost 11,900,000. There is not much surprise in Washington at the reports that work has been stopped in the Culebra cut ami that Assistant Engineer Dauchey has departed from the isthmus on Indefinite leave. The necessity for sanitary work and more rapid ...

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

COMMODORE NICHOLSON RECOMMENDS PE-RU-NA CMiMMODORE Somervllle Nicholson of the United States Navy, in a letter from 18.'J7 H street, Northwest, Washington, D. C, says: "Your Peruna has been and Is now used by so many of my Mends and acquaintances as a sure cure for catarrh that I am convinced of Its curative qualities and I unhesitatingly recommend It to all persons suffering from that complaint." Our army and our navy are the natural protection of our country. l'eruna U the natural protection of the army and navy in the vicissitudes of climate and exposure. We hove on file thousands of testimonials from prominent people iu the army and navy. We can give our readers only a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorsements Dr. Hartman is constantly receiving for his widely known and efficient remedy, Peruna. If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tile use of Peruna. write at once to Dr. S. B. llartmnn, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio....

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

Bring Your Wheat 5 TO THE Hutsonville Roller Mills feed You can get your flour, meal and any time ou want it. Use Puritv Flour. It's the Best. V Soliciting your patronage, HO V 1,1. & SON. THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE, ILL. FRANK KOPTA, Editor and Proprietor. Phono 30. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1905. Entered lit the postofflce at Hutsonvillo a second class matter. Subscription price, $1.00 per year, in advance; six months, 60 cts. ; three months, 30 eta. A weekly paper pnhlished every Friday. Advertising rates made known on application. Local News Items. r Sometimes I get hungry, as most people do, and when that kind of a feeling comes on me I go to Wilson's Restaurant, that new store in Hutsonville on the east side of Main street. It's not difficult to satisfy your appetite there, for you can net lunches, hot or cold, any kind of canned goods, all of them fresh, and any variety of breads and cakes, and they serve them in a way that makes you relish them. Sometimes I eat ice cream...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 8 September 1905

,..ic ; Hli The Hutsonville Herald. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, II A NOIS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1905 NUMBER 45 The Real Enjoyment In the home during the long winter depends a great deal on having a heating1 stove that can be depended on in holding an even heat, one that you know gets all the heat out of the fuel, and one that in appearance adds cheerfulness to your home. All of the above features are found iu the Garland Heaters We believe that for real economy of fuel and long life they have no equal. Come in and see them. look out for our Big Stove Opening M NUTT& MUSCRAVE BROS. Farm and Field Fence, We have just received a car load of the famons Apex Farm and Field Fence. This id an extra heavy straight cbl fenco. We will make the following cash prices for a short time and you will miss it if you don't get some of this fence. 20 inches high, 12 inch stay 17c per rod 26 " " ' 12 " " 20c per rod 26 " " 6 " " 25c per rod 32 " " 6 " " 32c per rod 39 " " ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 8 September 1905

THE HERALD1 CZAR. SAYS HIS LAST WORD. I RANK k()lTA, Editor and Publisher. WTSOXVILI.K. ILLINOIS. KANSAS FILES SUITS. ACTION IS RESULT OF DEVLIN BANK FAILURE. Attornev General Working tit Huts Piute's I.oha Mudc Uood b.v Homllng Compunles and Tretimirer'a Bomltuicii -Woiniin DrowU. ILr.ilf in River. Attorney Goeral Coleman on behalf Of the Slate nf Iv.hiih.is Im tiled suit gainst the United Btates Fidelity and Guaranty Company of Baltimore for $360,000 and Sfilnst the Title (inaranty and Trust Company f Seranton, Pa., for (600,000. The suit la the outgrowth of the failure of ihe First National Bank of Topelca, a lev!in concern, in whioh the Slnte hn.l $M7.WI0 tied up. The I'nlted States Fidelity and Guaranty Company went on the bank's bond for $-ra.00! to guarantee the State's dpposit. Some Topeka capitalists also went on a similar bond for $100,000, and s sim lar suit was started UKaiust them also. In these petitions it is oharjted that the bank wrongfully used the State's money to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 8 September 1905

NEW PLAN FOR PEACE CLEMENTINA GONZALES, OF CENTRAL AMERICA, RESTORED TO HEALTH. PE-RU-NA THE REMEDY Miss Clementina Gonzales, Hotel Prorincla, Guatemala, C, A., in a recent letter from 247 Cleveland Ave., Chicago, 111., writes: " took Peruna for a worn-out con dltion. I was so run down that could not sleep at nightt hud no appetite and felt tired In the morning. "I tried many tonics, but Peruna was the only thing which helped me in the least. After I had taken but a half bottle I felt much better. I continued Us use for three weeks and I was com pletely restored to health, and was able to take up my studies which I had been forced to drop. There is nothing better than Peruna to build up tho system."- Clementina Qonzales. Address The reruns Medicine Co., of Columbus, Ohio, fur instructive free literature on catarrh. THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER. My diot'ir anya it nets itntly on th itnmaeh. Mint ami kidneys nnd is n ulnae nt lucalive. This drink ...

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