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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 8 September 1905

Bring Your Wheat THE HERALD, TO THE Hutsonville Roller Mills You can get your Hour, meal and anv time you want it. feed Use Purity Flour. It's the Best. Soliciting your patronage, BOYL.L & SON. WILSON'S RESTAURANT HEADQUARTERS FOR The Best of Restaurant Specialties Lunches Served at All Hours. The Best lee Cream made. A Full Line of Canned Goods, Cakes and Fruits. The Best Line of Candies in Town. Fresh Bread Received Daily. Any kind you want. Everything in Season May be Found at WILSONS' RESTAURANT. CONCRETE HOLLOW BUILDING BLOCKS When made of River Gravel, Medusa Portland Cement, Clean Water, Tamped well in the Mould and Cured Properly Are Almost as Lasting as Time. See my system of manufacture. S. D. N EUL I N. Hutsonville. Illinois. HUTSONVILLE, ILL. FRANK KOPTA, Editor and Proprietor. Phone 30. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 11(05. Entered at the postofllee at Hutnonvillc, III. as leoond class matter. $672.54 HIGHWAY NOTICE Pablto Letting of Contract, STATE OF ILLINOIS ) gs C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 15 September 1905

THE HUTSONVILLE HERALD. VOLUME FOUKTJKEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFOKD COUNTY I tA I NOIS, JTRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1905 NUMBEK 46 1 n r i i i ivien s oioining AND Boy's School Suits For Fall are all in now and we are ready to fit you out COMPLETE IN EVERY RESPECT. If you want a cheap every day suit, you want on our Odds and Ends Counter. You make a big mistake if you buy without line. through our Newlin Brothers UP TO DATE CLOTHIERS. Village Board Meeting. The village board met Wednesday evening, but little business being transacted other than routine matters. The annual tax levy ordinance was passed and the repairing of streets and board sidewalks ordered. Claims were al lowed as follows : Oscar Wilson, labor $ KM E Haiti! labor (J 8am Adaias, hauling ft T Bioknell. labor Sleeth, hauling tjf R Floyd, hauling i.I H Bollinger, labor and hauling 18.7! C Smith. labor. la.. HutionTiUe Bnok Tile Co, brick Nijj Wm Wade, hauling . Diek Joan ton, earns ia.se ebe Oiterdook, tame M WG Lawhead, aame , ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 15 September 1905

THE HERALD, FRANK KOPTA, fc'dUor and Publisher. lirrsnsviLLE, ILLINOIS. STOHM HURTS CROPS. SECTIONS OF MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN VISITED. Wind ami Hull AccomplUlt Hnin of Growing Crops Over I.arne Area Chk;iito Mun I.oet for Klght lu in Alaska Forest. A severe rain, wind, httll and electrical ft'-rm swept over LiCtOtM county. Wis,. 'Basday night anil preat damage whs doue. In r-tne caacs the oturm rook th? force of a tornado, while in others tho rati) wns a cloud burst. Hail ruiued the Ifrowi'iR cnp in lane sectiong of western Wisconsin and southern Minnesota. Train.- mi the Milwaukee and Burlington road was demoralized. At Weaver. Mian., a large section of the Milwaukee and St. Paul tracks was carried away :tnd mall trains were run over a temporary truck. The washout on the Burlington was between Maiden Rook and Bt. Paul and delayed nil trains from three to pix hours. A small tornado is reported as having done some damage in the southwestern part of Winona county. Minn. Tito house of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 15 September 1905

HOW A FRIENDSHIP GREW The Story Whether Hand Sapollo got a more enthusiastic welcome In homes where Sapollo was an old and tried friend, or where It was a stranger, Is a question. Where women had come to rely on Sapollo for rapid, thorough cleaning In every part of the house except the laundry, they commenced without loss of time, to avail of this new prize. Qruhhy little hands, and stnlned, workworn older ones, whitened, softened. and smoothed out as If by magic, callous spots disappeared, and com plexions cleared. Children ceased their strenuous objections to the scrubbing up process, because It became a adapted for the hands, the face, the general toilet? Impossible, lit would be horrid. Who ever heard of such a use ? Finally a bold shopper carried home a cake. Does It look like kitchen Sapollo? No one Is sure, and a cake of that Is bought, and comparison made. Behold a family using both the Sapollos for every conceivable purpose, and comparing notes I After easily and quickly cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 15 September 1905

THE HERALD, HUTSONV1LLK. ILL. FRANK KOPTA. Editor and Proprietor. Phono SO. FRIDAY . SEPTEMBER lf. 1 80S. M Kntmvl nl tl on, I I'lit etSAei hi Hutmuivllli', 111. IIIHttt' ntwrrlrtUm prim. 11.00 1' "". lasataassl II months. SO 'ti. : three nionlhi. SO el. a wfi-kiy pasas saWtehsAettql Maey. Ailvertifiiig rMM minlc fclhOWl M ttpi'lu'a-lion. Thf Ktlltor. MltUl How M rM likf I" 1 uii iii iii' MHctnw roost. Ami iktM MllMgk aM BXflaaaSJtt, Ami write fur Siniili a Ihnwi ; i.ivf vovr npnii fitlliun down. DaaenlM Mwi ! "' (own i.ic oi. i sva.iii n rivplag PrslM Hill syi.i V new inilt '. To rlip imii patte, iweet a ml iwotr A ml in vmir Mat! In SMSS WWfi i ua vniii luck. l it' lint ilnlT. iif kmw to mgr. miii-k in iiinfl'. linn Hihaeribern. aeror K't bin. If miu owe aiiylliinir it ni In JfOU. The state board of equalization begun their animal work this week of equalizing the assessment of Illinois as made by the county assessors and boards of review. And now there is talk among the capitalist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 22 September 1905

The Hutsonville Herald. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, UX I MIS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1905 NUMBER 47 Oar Exclusive Stove Store OPENING Is Now Id Progress And we heartily invite every one to call and Why Why Why Why Why Nearly 100 Stoves and Ranges on Exhibition. see our stoves are better than the ordinary line of stoves, they will be more serviceable and durable, there is real economy in the fuel they use, they are cleaner and easier to operate, in appearance they excel all others. Our smoke and fuel burning coal stoves get all the good there is in the fuel. Mull i far n . i Mi IfS. THE STOVE DEALERS. School Time is Near And with it will come a demand for School Books, Scratch Books, Slates, Pencils, Pens, Inks, etc., When you start to make these purchases don't forget that we are : HEADQUARTERS FOR SGHOOL SUPPLIES We keep everything needed in a school room, including School Registers, Schedules, Order Books Crayon, Erasers, etc. Our prices the lowest. M. P. RKGKERBY...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 22 September 1905

THE HERALD FRANK KOPTA. EdUor ud PublUker. m tsonville, ILLINOIS. SEE FRIENDS PERISH, CROWD IS UNABLE TO CHECK FIERCE FLAMES ILLINOIS STATE NEWS Fnac Kuctor.v In Avon, Conn., Biimn and Seven I nr. Are Lost Rsinatnrni Docs Considerable Pamuge la Inwu mid Nebraska. The taplosjsai of fuse. fallowed bv ft tiro, iu the building of the Climax Fuse Company iu Avon, Conn.) caused panic smong twenty employes in the building aud resulted id the druh of pieveu and Injuries that doubtless will pro) fmal t" several others. The flame wpreitd rapidly md in le than an hour nfter the tftplosion occurred those who were unable to escape were in the clutches . of tire that eventually burned their hofKft to ashen. The scene at the tire as heartrending. Friend ond relatives of the missing were almost frantic with grief whei ii became known that bodies of thoae eloM to them were being burned to a crisp in the ruins of the factory. As one f the walls of the second Urge-it building fell several bodies could...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 22 September 1905

- The i.c : in - -ir Invention. "W'hnt do you consider the grentftBt Invent hm of modern timet?" "Tin pbonocmpht" amwcptd 'he po lltipiil boM, who was having trouble with some of hla loQUiicioua Bubor4an&tes "It never unys n thing that hasn't been toM to It by somebody that knows what he la talking about." Wasbinglon Stnr. Miioh In Ml fie. "Miiltnm. In Pnrvo," read the man across the street. "Say, that's a queer motto for a shoemaker." "dueai it's all right, though," rejolnd the obese policeman on the corner. ' "You hoc, bis specialty is ladies' hIiooh." PAINFUL PERIODS AMERICAN WOMEN FIND RELIEF The Cade of Miss Irene Crosby I On of Thousands of Cures Made by Lydla B. Plnkham'e Vegetable Compound. How many women realize that menstruation is the balance wheel of a woman's life, and while no woman la entirely free from periodical Buffering, it Is not the plan of nature that women Should suffer so severely. Thousands of American women, however, have found relief from all m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 22 September 1905

.1 CONCRETEIHOLLOW BUILDING BLOCKS When made of River Gravel, Medusa Portland Cement, Clean Water, Tamped well in the Mould and Cured Properly Are Almost as Lasting as Time. Me0See my system of manufacture. S. D. NEWLIN. Hntsonville, Illinois. r Bring Your Wheat TO THE Hutsonville Roller Mills You can get your flour, meal and any time you want it. feed Use Purity Flour. It's the Best. Soliciting your patronage, ISO Y LI, & SON. GENTER OF MEAT SUPPLY THE OLD RELIABLE MEAT MARKET has grown and grown and grown until it has become THE CENTER OF MEAT SUPPLY- A. B. WOOLVERTON PHONE 32 L'haueery Partition Master's Sale. STATE OF ILLIN"OIS, g9 COINTV OP CKiWFOBD,) In Circuit Court of Crawford County September term, A. I. 1905. Ida B. Kinney and Clyde Kinney vs. M" C John A. Bvariagaaai I et al. J Public notice is hereby liven, that, in pursuance of a decree entered on the 18th day of September, A. I. 1905, bv the said court, in the above entitled cause, 1. Valniore Parker, Maste...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 29 September 1905

The Hutsonille herald. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 89, 1905 NUMBER 48 ( Look Here It is just as easy and a great deal cheaper to have your home fitted up here in tho country with a nice bath room, and water piped over the house as if you lived in a city. We will put in a small storage tank, with a pump to force tho water up into it and a bath tub, water closet, sink and e.very-thing to make your home convenient at a very small prico. Come in and let us liguro with you what the trouble and expense would bo. When it comes to Pumps we take pride in showing you our very large line. We have pumps for all purposes and they all work right and don't get out of fix. Sampson Wind Mills Stand the storms and work in very light wind. Let us show you why they are superior to all others. Remember In our tinshop we make ail s'zefl. of tanks and troughs, and if you need eave gutter on your house or barn we have it done by a man who knows how. Mull i Musg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 29 September 1905

THE HERALD. PACKERS PAY FINES. FRAMi KOPTA, Editor and Publisher, HCTSONVILLE, ILLINOIS. HONOfiED BY ROYALTY MISS ROOSEVELT MANY VALUABLE RECEIVES GIFTS. Many Trccioua Gcma in Magnificent Collection - Refn.ul Would B Acron.t.d rnpardou.bl. Kmlene.n Poli.h Coloaj to He Near Mobile, Ala. WouJerful jtorie, are rarren! iu Wah Injton of the splendid presents which hare bfeu uiaue to Miss Alice Roosevelt during her trip to the far East. It Is thought by those who have kept a record of her progress that the total value of these maguiaeent gifts will be at least 1100,000. Everywhere she has been the rulers and potentates have vied with each other In showing honor to the daughter of the President of the I'nited States by the presentation of splendid jewels or rare objects of art. Many of these, especially the beautiful jade ornaments presented by the Empress of China and the splendid examples of Japanese art given by the Mikado, are beyond price. Such things are reserved for Chinese aud Japa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 29 September 1905

IN THE BEST OF HEALTH SINCE TAKING PE-RU-NA , I,... M DINNER PAILS TOO TEMPTING. Ho He IN POOR MEALTII. PAINS IN BACK. SICK HEADACHES. PE-RU-NA CURED. Mr. Lena Smith, N Cherry street, tor. Line, Nashville. Teiin., writes: "I huve bed nour health fur the past four yars, pains in the back and gnuus, ami dull, ik'k headache, with bearing down palm. "A friend, who was very enthusiastic about Peruna insisted that I try it, "I took it fur ten days and was surprised to Bud that 1 had so little pain. "I therefore continued to us$ it and nt tho end of two Dion t hs my pains had totally disappeared. "I have been In the best of health since and feel ten years younger. I am very grateful to you," Catarrh of Hie internal organs cradn- ftllf s;i is aw ay the Strengths, uudorin I nes the vitality and causes nervousness. Peruna is the remedy. W. L. Douglas I OR 10.50 0 iO.OOOUFO W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cllt Edge Lino cannot bo equalled at any price. v. I Kiitfthltihert July , 1(17(1. W.L.DOUGLAS MAKES ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 29 September 1905

Tomorrow 1 will have on display the as fine a line of pattern and street hats as is to be found in the county. I have gathered the best from the St. Louis and Chicago millinery markets, in stylish headwear for ladies and children, and am able to offer the best at the lowest prices. Every lady is cordially in. vitod to attend this opening. MYRA WILSON. ijJBaBF .am!a aBT' j - IjS WILSONS' RESTRURRNT HEADQUARTERS FOR The Best of Restaurant Specialties Fresh Oysters. Served any Style. Lunches Served at All Hours. The Best Ice Cream made. A Full Line of Canned Goods, iCakes and Fruits. The Best Line of Candies in Town. Fresh Bread Received Daily. Any kind you want. Everything in Season May be Found at WILSONS' RESTAURANT. 1 V CONCRETE HOLLOW BUILDING BLOCKS When made of River Gravel. Medusa Portland Cement. Clean Water. Tamped well in the Mould and Cured Properly Are Almost as Lasting as Time. e my system of manufacture. S. D. N E U L I N . Hutsonville, Illinois. Bring Your Wheat TO THE ...

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

1 The Hutsoiwixe Herald. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD CO! NlHi ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1905 NUMBER 49 To Build The Gravel Road Will require a great deal of hauling and won't it pay to have a Good Set of Harness One that you can depend on and take pride in having on your horses. We have a very large stock of good harness of all kinds on hand, and this Harness Is Made in Hutsonville right in our own harness department, and out of the best grades of Oak Tan Leather. They are built right so they ' stand the wear and tear that harness is subject to. We have all kinds of trimmings and ornaments to make yottr harness look showy. Blajhkets and Robes. Our early purchase of Horse Blanket and Winter Lap Robes enables ua to sell them at much less than the present market price. Don't wait until the winter is half gone and the stock badly broken to come in and select what you need. Our present prices are lower than the next lot will be. WAGONS We have the BROWN and MITCHELL wagons. ...

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

THE HERALD. FRANK KOI'TA, Editor and Publisher. H1TSONVILLE, ILLINOIS. WOMEN TO THE FRONT TWO INSTANCES OF THEIR GREAT CAPABILITIES. ' ''. Ohio, Olrl Dora Outside Work on Telephone I.lue to Keep Father's Job - Legless Woman Gets Rich on Minnesota Kurm, CLOUD HOVERS OVER CUBA. Doing her sick father's work gladly In all kinds of weather has mads Miss Orsce Breunemen. an 18-year old girl, heroine in the tyw of her neighbors in Lludey, Oliio. J. V. Brennemen is manager of the Lindsey Hume Telephone Company, aud as the concern is small, he took care of all the outside work of the system. A month ago he was taken too sick to do the repair work, and so that the father might not lose his Job, the daughter essayed to perform that task for him. Every afternoon, In a short aklrt and shirt waist, she climbs Into a buggy with her bag of tools and coll of wire, and off she goes on her rounds. She climbs telephone poles and makes repairs as easily as a regular lineman. MAIMED WOMAN GETS RICH. Dari...

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

Mothers Are Helped THEIR HEALTH RESTORED Happiness of Thousands of Homes Dut to Lydla E. Ptaktiam's Vegetable Compound and Mrs. Pinkham'e Advloe. A devoted mother seems to listen to wvery call of duty excepting the suprem one that tells her to guard her health, and beore she realizes it some derangement of the female organs hat manifested itself, and nervousness and Irritability take the place of happiness and amiability. MAY CHANGE THE DAY PEOPLE WANT NEW INAUGURATION DATE. Joint Resolution Wilt He Introduced in Conjri'iis- Sentiment in Favor of AbiinloilliiK Murch 4 In ti rowing Llfe HaviiiK the Motive. Tired, nervous md irritable, tlM toother is unfit to enro for her children, and hercoudit ion ruins the child's disposition and react3 upon herself. The mother should not be blamed, at she no doubt is suffering- with backache, headache, bearinp-drnvn pains or displacement, making- life a burden. Lydla Q, Pinkham's Veg-e table Compound is the unfailing' cure for this condition. It s...

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

Ik I I Or ik ik Ik Fall Millinery You can see the latest styles and patterns in heatlwear by calling at the millinery store of MYRA WILSON whose display of millinery is one of the most attractive ever shown here. If you want stylish millinery you can find it here. jik 1 HI S WILSONS' RESTAURANT HEADQUARTERS FOR The Best of Restaurant Specialties Fresh Oysters. Served any Style. Lunches Served at All Hours. The Best Ice Cream made. A Full Line of Canned Goods, Cakes and Fruits. The Best Line of Candies in Town. Fresh Bread Received Daily. Any kind you want. Everything in Season May be Found at WILSONS' RESTAURANT. I CONCRETE HOLLOW BUILDING BLOCKS lusn Portland Coin the Mould and When made of River Gravel, M( ment, Clean Water, Tamped well L ured 1 roperly Are Almost as Lasting as Time ft) See my system of manufacture. S. D. N EUL I N. Hutsonvtlle, Illinois. wm 1 1 i hi 'i m. H i ii him I Rrino- Ynnr Whpat Mmm A AMI gPWfr A y WE TV t J. KS , V. to Tin: Hutsonville Roller Mills You ca...

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

The VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONvTLLE qm 1 ... i, fcr. HERALD. HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY,!LLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1905 NUMBER 50 All Goods Bearing this Trade Mark Are the Best that Good Material and Skilled Labor can Produce. It means Satisfaction, when you get an edged Tool or any piece of Cutlery bearing this brand. When you go to buy an Edge Tool I Pocket Knives, AH Kinds Shears V i The percent of mortgaged farms in Hutsonville township is very small compared with other portions of the state. And a more industrious or better class of far mers can not be found. An eastern capitalist, who was here one dav last week investigat ing tne oil and gas development, was very much impressed with the natural facilities for industrial purposes, and said that if gas was found in paying quantities Hut- son vino would tie more than a favorable location for many in dustrios. Let them come. It is said that Editor Lewis of the Constitution will again be a candidate for the democratic nomination f...

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

THE HERALD.) PRANK KOPTA, Editor and Publisher. IUTSOXVILLE. ILLINOIS. MOB LAW ASKED FOR. TEX ANS WOULD TAKE PUNISH. MtNT INTO OWN HANDS. Tuition to Governor A.k. that Stat Permit Citizen, to Indict Bum mar j Jti.tleeon Neuroe. Who Attack Wo man I'ounc Would llrlllrical. A p.iiilon from n number of citizen, hea.leil by S, W. Knight of San Marcon. hat been iiroente.l to Governor Lanliam of Ten. a.kinc that tlie State permit niob punishment of negroes who attack women. The communication .eta forth that It i dangerous for white women to lie In snorselv settled sections, unless constantly guarded; that the tendency to commit tfeaaa erlmw is Increasing aiming blacks, and row be stopped oven If It Is CMaarr to wipe out the race; that auapicinn may he held against every male negro, and that wholesale slaughter will ensue If the assaults are not checked. The Governor is asked to Indorse a policy of absolute unprotectiou to negroes guilty of this crime, insuring that they be given no trial b...

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

I Logic. The Argumentative. Man But, my User fellow, I toll you it's impossible for tbe moon to he inhabited. When it ia full tt is all right, hut whii it wanes down to a lit lio crescent, where the deuca would nil the people go to? La Eirt. Dr. Darlt Kcanrdy'a Favorite Itemed Mfl Unt for the User, Qui ml ma afinr eiflit jean of iunriBf.1' H. 1'aproa, Albany, N Y. World Famout. 11. It is strange that In Asia and Africa, where grass will not grow, the moat beautiful flowers and shrubs flourish lo perfection. Mr. Wlnalow'a Boothitwi ftTntn for Ohtlrlrm K thing) (often the sums, reiluiei intUiiimeuan, u I t'ftiu, curea wind oulifl. -1 oaiiu bottle. A Singular Fart Afloat Oemi, It Is a rather singular fact that the most precious gems ore composed of the most common substances. The diamond Is the purest form of carbon, and is identical in composition with ordinary charcoal without the impurities of the charcoal. The ruby, on the other hand, is nearly pure alumina, u substance found in pr...

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