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

Bring Your Wheat to Tin: Hutsonville Roller Mills You can get your flour, meal and feed any time you want it. Use Purity Flour. It's the Best. Soliciting your patronage, ROYLL. & SON. THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE, ILL. FRANK KOPTA, Editor and Proprietor. Phone 30. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1U06. Entered at the postofllce at Hutsonville, 11, a second class matter. Subscription price. tl.OOpcr year, mail vancc ; six inonthB, 60 cts. ; threo months, 80 eta. A weekly paper pnbllBhcil ovevy Fritlay. Advertising rates made known on applica tion. Local News Items. See our cloaks Newlin Bros. See the new sweaters at Newlins'. A heavy frost was perceptible Wednesday morning. Buy your oil cloth and Linolenm of Newlins' they have a big line. Rally day exercises will be observed by the M. E. Sunday school Sunday morning Oct. 22nd. A. L. Shew is kept busy these days at his molasses mill south of town. He is making a fine quality of sorghum. It's about time you are laying in your supply of fuel ...

Publication Title: Hudsonville Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 13 October 1905

The Hutsonville Herald. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY", ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER i .i. l !)0.r NUMBER 50 YOUNG MEN FOR CULLOM. Washington Pout. The young men of Illinois nre first to exercise their right to participate in the election of a United States senator in oonneotion with tho expiration of Shelby M. Cullom's present term of office. They are being asked to ally themselves with the opposition to Senator Oullom on the ground that he is an old man. nnd there are suggestions from Chicago and the other citios of the state that, whether on this ground or some other, the opposition managers pretend to believe that the support of the young men is with them. Here in Washinton that is hard to swallow. Tho young men of Illinois are probably as keen and incisive as any other Amoricau young men, and, being so, they must have realized long ago that years give every man's jurlgnn'Ut a quality it can obtain from no oilier source. Senator Cullom's career in the somite exemplif...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 13 October 1905

D NOISES IN HER REAR Mri, Reagan was a Nervous Wreck, But Dr. Williams' Pink Pilla Brought Sound Health. PASSING OF THE RAIL FENCE. Hardwood Timber Ton ValMbto No,uml S ire Tukee It- Place The couutnr youths of to-tiny Imve no 1'itil sJittiiiK rMOrdl tt boast of. 1 Bo fOM Ilvpin to ta Uo Vr Williams' I HU making Is tin linlUBliy of tilt' pnst, ENVOYS SIGN TMATY. lielt. r. s. Davidson Pink HUW," tuud Mri. Mtuy Itoiignn, of No, tt- Kilbura uvrr, Fall Kivr, Mm . iWTHlly, I was in and cut vt bed all tin timo, l::r now I may up ull day and do nil hit own work. "I was Imdly run dowd from orrrwork. Ouc day nuisos bcflUl iu my bead nd almost maile me cruzy. My la-ad It-It as U a ugUt band bad bun pal aroun i it, mid the preMHN) and the omuls mtule me ko nuettsy tliat 1 ofu-u h;id to walk the fl.nr all ttlfrflf. " My stoimn-h wan 111 bad luiaM, and I had mnoiliti ittg aeuaatioua At mob tisuM my body seeiaed bloodlaaff my hands WttT like chalk and my fine torueit follow. The doctor said I had...

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

THE HUTSONVILLE HERALD. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTV, It i I OI8, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1905 NU3IRER 01 f Any old Kind of a Stove will burn almost anything, But Not Every Kind of a Stove Will burn the fuel in such a way as to got all the good ont of it that is to prevent about one-third of the real heating properties from going out the chimney in the form of gas or black smoke, nor will any stove unless it is well fitted with ground joints, hold the hre at an even heat. These qualities we have considered, and after a number of years' experience have found that the Garland Heaters are Best Fuel Savers They hold tire the longest, are the easiest stove to operate, are more cheerful in the home because they look better and you can see the (ire through the mica doors, and for real value they are worth every cent of the price asked, and last but not least They Are Absolutely Guaranteed that when operated right to do all we claim for them, or we will refund your money. Saving...

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

THE HERALD. FRANK KUPTA, Editor sod Publisher. 1UTSONVILLK. ILLINOIS. CLEARS RIDDLE BOYS. AN ILLINOIS CONVICT SUICIDE MAKES CONFESSION. Name of Fettr Neldermeler, VttaA Car Hern Bandit, fa Connected with Other Hitch Crimea -Accident Aboard Ship Reported by Wlrelcaa Telegraph. Superintendent of Police Alexander Wallace of I'ittuburg tins received a letter from James B. Smith, warden of the aouthern Illinois penitentiary at Menard, i .cloning a confession made hy a priaoner. James M. Hrown. a few hours before ha comuiitted tuicide on Oct. 9 by hanging hinisrlf in his evil. In which he atatea that he and two companions murdered Thomas l. Kahney, the Mount Washington grocer, for which crime Jaok and Kd Iilddla and Walter DoRBaM were convicted, the Middles escaping the hangman's rope by breaking jail with the aid of Mrs. Kate Soffel, the warden's wife, and fleeing to Mutlcr county, where they were located and shot down hy a posse. In addition to the murder of Kahney Brown chnrges himself...

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

WOMEN'S NEGLECT BUFFERING THE SUREPENALTY Health Thu Loat Is Reatorad by Lydia JB. Flnkliam'n Vegatubla Compound. Haw many women do you know who re perfectly well and strong ? We hear every day the- same story over and over apain. " I do not (eel well ; I am o tired all the time I" More than likely you speak the same words yourself, amino doubt you feel far from well. The cause maybe easily traced to some derangement of the female organs which manifests itself in depression of spirits, reluctance to g-o anywhere or do anything', backache, bcarinp-down pains, flatulency, nervousness, sleeplessness, leucorrhoea. These symptoms are but warnings that there is danger ahead, and unlese heeded a life of suffering or a serious operation is the inevitable result. The never-failing remedy for all these ymptoms is Lydia K. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound. Miss Kate MeDouald, of Woodbridye, K J., writes : Dear Mrs. Pinkham : " I think that n woman naturally dislikes to make her trouble known to th...

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

llllp f Bring Your Wheat TO Tin: 1 Hufsonville Roller Mills You can set your Hour, meal and feed any time you want it. Use Puritv Flour. It's the Best. Soliciting your patronage, & SON. THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE, ILL. FRANK KOPTA. Editor and Proprietor. Phono SO. FRIDAY, OOTOliKlv 90, 11)05. Kntered tit this potUofllee itt fluttonTlHo, Ml., asrti'conii clans inuttoi'. labH riptinti price, $1 .(H) per vem in advance: hi x months, 00 t'ts. ; three months, 30 t A weekly paper pit bl tidied every Friday. Advertising rates made known on applicti tion. Local News Items. Go to the opera house. Considerable cribbed. Albreoht's largo dry totally destroyed by afternoon. coin w being Roods store, wns lire Wednesday 1 WILSONS' RESTAURANT 1 HEADQUARTERS FOR The Best of Restaurant Specialties Fresh Oysters. Served any Style. Lunches Served at All Hours. The licst loo Cream made. A Full Line of Canned Goods. iGakea and Fruit?. The Host Line of Candies in Town. Fresh Bread Received Daily....

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

The Hutsonville herald. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1905 NUMBER 52 ROOFING THE KIND THAT WILL NOT LEAK. For covering barns, sheds, pig pens, and hen houses we have a big lot of Steel and Felt Roofing which are very good for these purposes and the prices arc low. You can put this roof on a very flat place and it turns water and is very durable. In getting ready for winter we want to supply you with Nails, Hinges, Door Locks, Butts, Eave Gutter, Ridge Roll, Barn Door Rollers, Roof Paint, Window Glass, Putty, Pumps, Pump Pipe, Farm Gates, Good Fencing. We keep a good stock of these on hand all the time and sell them at the very lowest market, prices. If you need a Hand Saw, Hatchet, Axe, Draw Knife, Plane, or any kind of an edged tool, remember we have the kinds that are Keen flutters Mult & Musgrave Brothers. The Old Hardware Store on the Corner. o -I - r- Internationa - r O 3) VOU may safely depend on The "International" for...

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

THE HERALD. FKNK KOPTA, Editor and Publisher. Hl'TSONVILLE, ILLINOIS. UNION iMAN IS SAVED, SENTENCE COMMUTED FROM DEATH TO LIFE TERM. Gorcrnor Folk of Miuonrl Give. Awn; to I'rcaaure iu Favor of K minim City Hackmau - Bues Hailroada for State Taxaa-Other Late New, ILLINOIS STATE NEWS VOTE FRAUD IN DICTM1SNT8 FOUND Got. Folk ,if Missouri has eotntnuttd to life ImpriMBBMDt the sentence of Edgar K Bailey, who was to hung for murder. Twice tht linwrilnr has Eraitd I)aile.v resiiilo on the day before that set for htm to hang and on each occasion declared most positively that he would not commute the sentence, but would merely give Hailoy time to pre pare for death. l.nlmr unions all over the country have bombarded the Gov ernor for weeks with petitions and demands for the Commutation of Huiley's sentence and threats as to what they OUld do to Qot. Folk's candidacy iu case he should ever again be a candidate for offlce. Finally Folk yielded and Hailey will not hang. The' crime for which B...

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

Tiled, Neivous Mothers MaKe Unhappy Homes -Their Condition Irritates Both Husband and Children-How Thousands of Mothers Have Been Saved From Nervous Prostration and Made Strong and Well. Chicago. IIIH MM If MM m JIlrj.C?esterl?urry fl Mrs.Cias.Krown I A nervous, irritable mother, often on the verpe of hysterics, is unfit to care for children j it ruins a child's disposition and reacts upon herself. The trouble between children and their mothers too often is due to the fact that the mother has some female weakness, and she is entirely unlit to bear the strain upon her nerves that governing1 children involves; it is impossible for her to do anything- calmly. The ills of women act like a firebrand upon the nerves, consequently ninetenths of the nervous prostration, nervous despondency, "the blues," sleeplessness, and nervous irritability of women arise from some derangement Of the female orgnnism. Do vou experience fits of depression with restlessness, alternating with extreme irritabi...

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

I Bring Your Wheat fcfrf TO THE Hutsonville Roller Mills You can get your flour, meal and feed anv time vou want it. Use Purity Flour. It's the Best, Soliciting your patronage, BOYLL & SOW. THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE, ILL. FRANK KOPTA, Editor and Proprietor. Phone 30. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1906. Kutcroil at the postofflce at HuUonvllle, i:- I class mattur. Subscription price, 1. 00 per year, in advance : s i x months, 60 cts. ; three months, SO cte. A weekly paper published every Friday. Advert. sing rates made known on applioa tion. r 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 VU IN 3 r to I A u ft A IN 1 . ! M-M-M-e-MS-e-M-MiiMi-e-M-i-H-eeaM-j-eii i 444444 444444 r 5 Jersey Cream Flour Puritv Flour...

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

The Hutsoniixe herald. VOLUME FIFTEEN IIUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY 1 1-LIN OIS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER l!0.r NUMHUlt I It Will Interest You to Call at Our Model Implement House And see the Largest and Best EXCLUSIVE IMPLEMENT IHJILDING in this or any adjoining County. In this mammoth building we will show you in operation The Best Gasoline Engine on the Market A petition lias been signed by thirty citizens of West Union asking that nil eleoti ui be bcld to Mite on the question of Incorporating West Union us u village. The election will be held Nov. IN. One of the hottest political contests in Sullivan is now being waged in the town election. Sullivan has entered on the improvement era and it means in m il to tho political factions to control the council. IMPROVEMt-N i Will COME. Um 'itllH.lll Over at Montezuma, Ind., a company wants tho right to put in an ocetylene gas plant, a maximum charge for the gas to be f 20 per thousand cubic feet. Seems like a rather high figure when franchises ...

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

THE HERALD. FkMNk KOPTA, Editor and Publisher. HrrsoNvr.Tc, ILLINOIS. F1M IE SOTO EEC02D BULLETS FOR THE MO 03. Bn'l C.irtrUur , i , : , la Warning Potted In St. 'et raliur. General Tu'poJ'. nba by Imperial order was uiaiJe Hit military . utor of st PatwabnrVi w.; posted. notir"!tJt """.TZ""'"! lentiuu i li u t ill ' 1'" VALUAtfLR D1CCCVERY MASK CY A MINNtSOTA FARMIR. Blasta Away Bowlder and Unearth. Letter Written on Elk Skin and Mi re than UOO YeareO d -Boy Savce Brother from Fire. IPS oral ilOOjiK W. iU bo uruse ball After more than three centuries a record of the De Soto expedition has been found on the shore of Lake Itasca, Minn., uuder a huge bowlder, where it has lain undisturbed. The record, written on the kin of an antelope, was found by Chatter Gray, a farmer living on the shore of Lake Itasca, which is the source of the Mississippi river. He will send the record to the Smithsonian iustitution In -Washington. The bowlder under which the antelope skin letter was fourd had a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 3 November 1905

PARALYSIS CURED Case Soamod Hopeless but Yielded to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Mr. Kenney ha actually escaped from tho paralytic's futo towhloh lioseemecia ihort time ago hopelessly doomed. The turprUIug report lias beeu fully verified and minio important details eoured in a personal interview with tho recent sufferer. i "Tho doctor," said Mr. Kenney, "told me that If I wanted to live any length of timo I would have to give up wink altogether, and ho told my friends that the paralysis which bad begun would iu time involve my whole body." "Just how wore you afflicted at this time?" Mr. Kenney was asked. 11 Well, I had first hot, and then cold and clammy feelings, and at times my body foil as i needles were being stuck Into it. These sensations wore followed by terrible pains, ami again I would have no feeling at all, but a numbness would come over mo, and I would not be able to move. Tho most agonizing tortures came from headaches and a pain in the spine. "Night after night I could no...

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

Brin g Your Wheat TO TIIK Hutsonville Roller Mills You can get your Hour, meal and feed any time you want it. Use Purity Flour. It's the Best. Soliciting your patronage ISO V 1,1, & SON. r WILSONS' RESTAURANT HEADQUARTERS FOR The Best of Restaurant Specialties Fresh Oysters. Served any Style. Luuehes Served at All Hours. The Best lee Cream made. A Full Line of Canned Goods, Cukes anil Fruits. The Best Line of Candies in Town. Fresh Bread Received Daily. Any kind you want. Everything in Season May he Found at WILSONS' RESTAURANT. i 60c ..- & (.-c (5c Or Ik il .I. 3 III 11 Ik c- Jersey Cream Flour Purity Flour Patent Flour $ 5 tons of ship feed to close out for cash at Si. 00 per hundred, HAA HOLDER A AN "S 'XCMANGE S Harder than Granite Lasting as Time VITRIFIED BRICK K-AND w DRAINAGE TILE Call on ns or write Tor l'rlccft HUTSONVILLE BRICK S TILE COMPANY. Made of ; Shale Phone (2 Go Southwest Now! And see for yourself the splendid opportunities for money-makin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 10 November 1905

J. The Hutsonville Herald. VOLUME FIFTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, I A JNOIS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1905 NUMBER 2 Save One-Half Your Wood If you have a WILSON WOOD HEATER your wood pile need be only half the size of your neighbor's who uses the "other kind." The patent Hot Blast Down-Draft found only in the Wilson make", it possible to get 100 per cent of heat from your fuel the gases which ordinarily arise from the fuel and escape unburned up the chimney in other heaters, are all consumed in the Wilson. These gases constitute onehalf the burnable part of the fuel. The Wilson burns anything corn cobs, shavings, chips, bark, roots and cord wood. The Wilson is air-tight, so readily responds to its dampers that an oven temperature can be maintained throughout all the changes of our varied climate. Remember, every day that you use the Wilson you are saving one-half your fuel bill. McNutt & Musgrave Bros. Butcher Day WILL SOOIN BE HEBE And remember we have the best Lard P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 10 November 1905

I THE HERALD. FRNk KOPTA, Editor and Publisher. HCTSONVILLE, ILLINOIS. FBANCE IN EARNEST. WILL SEND FLEET TO INTIMIDATE PRESIDENT CASTRO. Warlike Demon. tratlon Agraluat Coaat of Venazuala la Planned anil Kren More Severe Meaeurea Muy Ha Reaorted to-Tabor, Iowa, Hank Cloeea. France has at last taken fecblT action lu the Veuezut'laii question nml will now deal with I'resident Castro with a strong hand. This Is announced seinlofflclally in Paris in connection with the arrival of the French armored cruiser Pesali at Fort -de-Franca, Martinique. With two other French cruisers already waiting- there, the Desaix is coaling and ffertiug in readiness for offensive operations. In addition to this, the crulsera Lavoisier and Chassaloup-I.abaut are at Brest, awaiting sailing orders. It la thought these five tine lighting vessels will be sufficient to tuake enough of a showing on the Venezuelan coast to let Castro understand no more delay will be tolerated in settling the French claims. The pol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 10 November 1905

UNCLB SAM "A Remedy That Has Such Endorsements Should Be In Every Home. " Election Returns That Interest AH Parties. THFDF K Nil ciitrwria ike JLltALK LIRE brM9 Forty years a$o end after many years of use on the eastern coast Tower's Waterproof Oiled Coats were introduced in the West and were called OlicKers by the pioneers and cowboys This graphic name has come into such' jeneral use that H is rrequeniry irrajn wronoiuny applied to many substitutes. Yu want the jenuine. XMy Look tor the o$ of the rish.and 1 MADE IN BLACK AtJt YILLOW AUD TM6 WORLD OVLR. , S A.J.TOWtl! CO..60iIOH.MA5S,U.S.A. TOWER CANADIAN CCUltiiHTOMNTO, cflN 25BusheIs ofWheat lo the Acre means a productive capacity in dollars of Over $16 Per Acre This on land, which has cost the farmer nothing but the price of tilling It, tells its own story. The Canadian Government gives Absolutely Free fo Every Settler 160 Acres of Such Land Land a adjoining can he purchased at from 16 to $io per acre fiom rail mad and other corp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 10 November 1905

Do You Eat Bread? Why not eat the best? There is a great difference in the taste of bread and the way it is baked. The best Flour makes the best Bread, it bakes better, it tastes better. That's the reason so many women prefer PURITY FLOl'R. It always give satisfaction. They can depend on it. If you don't happen to use it, try a sack and you'll find that PURITY FLOUR IS BEST. Made at THE HUTSONVILLE ROLLER MILLS Where the finest of Meal is also ground, as well as all kinds of feeds. Whole wheat flour a specialty. BOYLL & SON. THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE. ILL. PRANK Kiil'l v. Editor and Proprietor. Phono 30. FKIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, li05. Entered t tbt poatniiure nt (iutionville, m. as second lnnn mutter. subscription price, 9i.00per year in Advance t si x months, 60 els. ; throe months, 80 cU. A weekly paper published every Friday, AilvertiaiiiK rates made known on appliOR tion. Local News Items. r WILSONS' RESTAURANT HEADQUARTERS FOR The Best of Restaurant Specialties Fresh Oyst...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 17 November 1905

I ILLE HERALD. VOLUME FIFTEEN HUTSOXVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNI'Y, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 190f NUMBER 3 When you start a fire in the WILSON WOOD HEATER there is no occasion to remove a quantity of heavy ashes The Hot Blast Down-Draft consume ...-i. , wwm-f .iiiicic or burnable material in the wood so that when the fire has burned out only a very small quantity of fine particles remams in the stove to represent the impurities in the fuel which would not ignite. A piece of paper-a few chips and a stick of wood will enable you to have a roarine fire iv-u uiiiiuica, which fire may be maintained for 36 hours. Owing to the scientific construction, the Down-Draft burns all the fuel, the Wihon aaoes one-half your fuel bill We Hare Them Right HereMcNutt & Musgrave Bros.- TO KEDUCE OUK BIG STOCK OF COAL STOVES we will offer as a special induce ment to buy at once A NICE STOVE BOARD with each coal stove bought dur- l insr the next ten days. Remember, that the Thanksgiving dinner ...

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