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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 17 November 1905

THE HERALD. FRANK KUPTA. Editor and Publisher. HCTSONVIM.E, ILLINOIS, THREE WIVES FOUND. GEORGE STEWART HAS THAN HIS SHARE. MORE 1 "'"" Woman dim Ilia Arrnl When Ik K,l, in,., 1,1 Ins U Kaa.aa wit. Another IvOIH Senator llarton Aiu laillctrd. George It. Stewart was arrested in Wichita. Kan., on a charge of bigamy preferred by .Mrs. Margaret Stewart of Chicago, formerly Mrs. Margaret O'Hara. who says, she married Stewart In Chicago in 1903. A I'ennsylvauia woman wrote to her that she had married Stewart tire years ago. The Chicago wife says tier husband borrowed $110 of her Sept. 19 and disappeared. After a long search she located him in Wichita, where he has been living with another woman, who was Mrs. Snrah Johnson of Wichita, until she married Stewart at Hutchinson, Kan. STUDENT BOUND AND BOBBED. Found Gag-ged in Room at Ohio College and Money Gone. T. E. htcGlvery of Oklahoma, a student at Bexley Theological Seminary in (Jambier. Ohio, waa found in his room the other morning houn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 17 November 1905

A TRULY IDEAL WIFE HER HUSBAND'S BEST HELPER Vigorous Health Is the Great Source of the Power to Inspire and Hnoourage -All Women Should Seek It. One of the most noted, successful and richest men of this century, in a recent article, has said, " Whatever I am and whatever success I have attained in this world I owe all to my wife. From the day I first knew her she has been an inspiration, and the greatest help mate of my life." Glnnn nt it M.-mir Diet. WlUium Weeks, a professional glnsS eater, was married in Oakland, Cal recently, and In the course of an Interview gave n useful pointer on glass as a Fteady diet. He said he had been t.ating ground glass for fifteen years and had thriven on it, but powdered glass would have out short his career long ago. To be such a successful wife, to retain the love and admiration of her husband, to inspire him to make the most of himself, should be a woman's constant study. If a woman finds that her energies are flagging, that she gets easily tire...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 17 November 1905

Do 1 on 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 Dread, it tmkes better, it tastes better. That's the reason so many women prefer PURITY FLOUR. It always give satisfaction. They can depend on it. If you don't happen to use it, try a sack and you'll find tint 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 Hour a specialty. 1 ICO V 1,1, & SON. THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE, ILL. FRANK KOPTA. Editor and Proprietor. Phone 30. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1905. Entercil at tin- .ostoflh mb second cIiiwh matter. I at llutnonvllle. 111. Subscription price, $1.00 per year, in ad VMM, six months, 60 cts. ; three months, 30 cU. A weekly paper ptibliKhcd every Friday. Advertising ihIck made known on applica tion. Local News Items. r 1 W H I odmo1 nnn yt7 tt i tn it iv ivtz UYYlIaOUINO IaOO 1 MUrCMIN 1 HEAD...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 24 November 1905

The Hutsonville Herald. VOLUME FIFTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 34. 1905 NUMBER 4 PROCLAMATION. til T) f? "R c ft by virtue of 0111 glcat Na V- J- vn. -tv flljD tional peace and prosperity, it is again the privilege of the Nation's executive to set apart Thursday, November 30th, as a day of Thanksgiving in church, home and heart, and vv-r T Qt q Qt "rr by a custom that annual vlJ. i-J Gfc l! C. Ji repetition has made an un written law that the spirit of Thanksgiving finds popular expression in hearty dinners, and m "R rx q Qt ij Cf DeinK unable by law and MHJ1 P choice to eat the national bird the eage the great choice of manhood is the turkey as an offering to the household gods on Thanksgiving Day, and Wit -p q k q( in an effort to carve it there IS i8 muny a man who will have to tear and hack a tuncey apart because of poor, dull old carving tools; Therefore Be It Resolved That every freeborn American, who is confronted with the necessity of carving ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 24 November 1905

THE HERALD. FRANK KOPTA, Editor and Publisher. HL'TSONVILLE. ILLINOIS. SCHEME IS A FAILURE PLAN TO BLACKMAIL ARMOUR &. CO. FOILED. Former H lpHrr Unit Stolen I re I era Which II,. Ctalaia Would Injur, t-'lriu He f o re l-Vili-rnl InTeattifntora iMtt-TPBal I.nw Void HEEL OF THE CZAR IS HEAVY. By threatening to tpo through the Federal beef Inquiry certain busiuess secret of the firm of Armour & Co. which he claimed reflected npoa the integrity of the method "f the hig Chicago concern, William s. McSnuin. with the aftsi-ttance of Wilbur Cule. in chartfed with bohtlj attempting to blackmail J, Ogden Armour and other member! of thu firm out of $40,000, The two tueu lire now in jail. McBwala was employed up to last spring as a stenographer by Mr. Armour and in that capacity bail acce.s to a great ileal of the private correspondence of the house. He is snid to have stolen letters and made copies of others which he claimed contained information that if made public wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 24 November 1905

OTpRH HEAD THROA LUNGS STOMACH KIDNEYS BLADDER FEMALE ORGANS mmn Tvu V.jfiil; I of ttio 7th ()hl I $ (jnudalo Btroot, Columbus, O., M I writes: "As a romody forca- I a tai l li and stomach trouble I I I Dan fully recommend Poruna." 1 I 5 Mrs. Hamilton, wlfo of tin. I I : gallant Colonel, la an ardent B I I friend of 1'eruna also, a mm 1 W. L. Douglas 3-a?&3- SHOES ua W. Li Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Line cannot do equalled atany price W.L.DOUGLAS MAKt'S AND SELLA more mfn's tta.nn shops than mlwT ULHLH tvlANUI AU I UHLH. C1 H niin REWARD to anyone who can 0 I UiUUU disprove this statement. W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes have by their ex criieni nyn, easy nillttgt and superior weurini qualities achieved the lamest iaie of anv hoe In the world. They are first as (rood at noM mat com you js.uu to 7.itu tne only difference Is the price. If I coult! take you into ny factory at Rrocktcm, Moss , the largest q the world under one roof making men's fine 'ina .rrion ,ou ur .ut Vll wOm... ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 24 November 1905

mm I Do You Eat Bread? Why not eat the best) There is a great ilitl'erenee in the tusto of bread and the way it is baked. The best Flour makes the best Bread, it hakes hotter, it tastes better. That's the reason so many women prefer PURITY FLOUR. It always give satisfaction, They can depend on it. If you don't happen to use it, try a sack and you'll tod that PURITY FLOUR IS BEST. M do at THE HUTSONVILLE ROLLER MILLS Where the tinest of Meal is also ground, as well as all kinds of feeds. Whole wheat Hour a specialty. BOYLL & SON. 3 Jic Si! w 3lc Wc Place on Sale TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 28 Remnants of yard wide Bleached Muslin, Calico, Toweling and Cambric to be closed out at 3ic per yd. f 1 1 , We have dad a wonderful sale on Cloaks this season, and still have a very V- lUClixo good assortment. Call and sec the bargains we arc ottering. I'pto-dato r WILSONS' RESTAURANT Is the Place to Get Your Thanksgiving Supplies Such as Cranberries. Celery, Oysters, Canned Goods, Breads, Cak...

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

The HuTsoNi VOLUME FIFTEEN IIUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUN'i V, Jt.M I VUIS, rW mi T I? HERALD. DAY, DEt'KM BUR 1, 1905 NUMBER GETTING READY FOR Santa Clau And to make room we will make some Low Prices on all Heating Stoves Our mhIus on Stoves and Ranges have been very large, which we attribute to the fact that we have had the very best tnat could be bought for the prices asked, and if you are in need of a stove we ask you to come in and let us supply you one which will give you the very beet of satisfaction, and the price will be very low. Our Stoves do all we claim for them or we refund the purchase price. THE REASON In the ordinary wood heater the draft enters the bottom, passes up through the fire and out the flue at the top. In this way only about one-half of the burnable elements in the wood are consumed the rest passes up the flue unburned in the form of gases and smoke. In the WJULgON WOOD HEATER the TtoVBlrfst Down-Draft enters from the top and circulates throughout and over th...

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

T THE HERALD. FRANK KOPTA, Editor and Publisher. HUTSONVILLE, - ILLINOIS. STATE HUNTS TRUST. MINNESOTA ON TRAIL OF ELEVATOR COMBINE. Two PlUHMlM WhU-b Sonxht to Ilrive I'armrri' AnNoclntlon Oat of 11 u I n eft Are inMl I tidcr I.a,v SoeL- IllurkkalU Sou of cm, 1,1 ILLINOIS STATE NEWS Attorney Cenernl Young of Minnesota has hnil papers served on the Atlantic Elevator Company of Minneapolis and the Osborne-McMillun Elevator Company of Wisconsin, showing that a unit had been begun against them in howry. Minn. This is the first under the anti-trust law of 1880. The defendants are charged with exercising unlawful restraint of trade in that they resorted to coercive lethods to destroy the Farmers' Elevar Association of Lowry and injure the lerchants of the village who had given le rival concern support, In explainig the suit the Attorney General said lat the elevator companies mentioned fti-ilmm l'itoinrn !) oilier ..iqwiu by rcing down the price of wheat. To ?medy this couditiou the resi...

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

"It is an the womb. ami genera Eminent Doctors Praise Its Ingredients. Wo rofor to that boon to wnak, nervous, SufforliKf woinrii known as Dr. Pltfot'l 'avorlt Prescription. Dr. John Fyfftimn nf tho Editorial Staff of Tbi ECLECTIC Mkdical Kkvikw ways of Unicorn root HtUynioM Dtoiori) which Is onn of l lie chief ingredients of thn "Favoritt) Prescrlbuoa " : "A remedy Wnlofa Invariably acln as a uterine Invlk'ninlur makes for normal activity of the entire rcproductlTe system. lie com In urs " In HeTohlMWO have medicament wlin h more fully answers Ihe above purposes than any other drug wfth whtoh. l am acquatntttl. In the treatment Oi diseases peculiar to women It In seldom that a case ti een which dues not present some indication for this remedial agentN Dp. Fyfe further ays: "The folhmfnir are anionff the leading Indications for aulonlas (Unicorn rout). Pain or aehlnir in the. DlClt with leucorrhieat atonic (weak) conditions of the reproductive organs of women, mental depression nnd ...

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

n lo 1 on Kiii UvviuU 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 hakes better, it tastes better. That's the reason so many women prefer PURITY FLOl'K. It always give satisfaction. They can depend on it. If you don't happen to use it, try a sack and you'll tind 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 Hour a specialty. ISO I LL & SON. THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE, ILL. FRANK KOPTA, Editor and Proprietor. Phone 30. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, moo. Entered at the postnfli-e at llntsonvlllo, 111. as second class matter. V I - I HlLiUUlNU rxtiU 1 riUrvrUN 1 Is the Place to (Jet Your Thanksgiving Supplies Such as Cranberries. Celery, Oysters, Canned Goods, Breads, Cakes. Crackers, Etc. Our Line is Fresh, Goods Received Daily. Our prices are low. Everything in Candies and Fruits at WILSONS' RE...

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

The Hutsonville herald. VOLUME FIFTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CKAWFOUD COUNTY, I LLINOIS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1905 NUMBER What ore you going to get your wife for Christmas Don't she need a Sewing Machine? Every household needs one and as they are used ten times more than a great many of the machines used out on the farm, isn't it better to have one that can be depended on i There are a great many kinds and price ma chines on the market, but none equals the Wheeler & Wilson Rotary Machine These Machines are very simple in construction, having nearly 100 less pieces than any other machine made. They sew one-third faster than the fastest shuttle machine, and being ball bearing and having a rotary hook instead of a vibrating shuttle they run easier and with less noise. Throe-fourths of all machines used in factories are Wheeler & Wilson's, made just line the family machines, which proves that they stand hard usage better than other machine made. We have bought a big lot di...

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

THE HERALD. FRANK KOPTA, Editor and Piibliihtr. I1UT30NVILLK, ILLINOIS. TBAP FOR VISITORS. HERMIT LEAVES INFERNAL MACHINE IN HOUSE. Vlnn to niov l p HWHM "nil Prrion Who Were Kvp.M'tetl in Come o Take !' . . , nder Mnrlmve I'oUoaa Wife While Praying. Setting an iDgttloM trap, consisting of a box of dynamite attached to fused Rir which would explode should anyone enter his house. John A. Thompson. Ii3 years of age. an eccentric farm owner who lire.l a secluded life In the outskirts of Hobart, lad., has disappear ed and the officials there fear he has ended his lite. Marshals Busse and Wild, who were implored hy neighbors to enter the house, had a uarrow escape from being blown to atoms and they owe their lives to a premonition of danger which came upon them as they were sbont to effect an entrance to the house of the derange) fanner. Thompson's mind has been aflUetad since the death of his wife four years ago. Ever since that time he has lived in seclusion, never conversing with anyo...

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

PanaoalBBlnaaaiBlBSrBp T LYDIA E. PINKHAM A BRIEF SKETCH OF HER LIFE How the Vegetable Compound Had Its Birth and How the "Panic of '73" Caused it to be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Stores. THE STORY READS LIKE A ROMANCE This remarkiible woman, whoso maiden name was States, was born In Lynn, Mass., February 0, 1810, coming from a good Old Quaker family. For many years she taught school, and during her career as a teacher she became known as n woman of an nlert and investigating mind, an earnest teeker after knowledge, and above all, she was possessed with a wonderfully sympathetic nature! In 1843 she married Isaac Pinkham, a builder and real estate operator, and their early married life was marked by prosperity and happiness, They had four children, three sous and a daughter. In those good old-fashioned days few drugs were used in medicines; people relied upon nature's remedies, roots end herbs, which are to-day recognized as more potent and efficacious tn controlling diseases th...

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

SHELBY M. CULLOM Stiiicr Senator from Illiuois, father of the Inter-State commerce lnw, and vh will lead the movement for railroad rate legislation. THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE, ILL. FRANK KOPTA, Editor and Proprietor. Phone 30. FRIDAY, DECEMBER B, 1905. Entered at the P0tl0M nt IlutonriHe,IM.. M OWl elm matter. Subscript ion iiiee. $1.00 per rear, inaitvance ; tx munths. (to cto. : three months. 30 et. A weekly paper publisher! every Friday. All emmunir.ntion inurt le uicneit. Advertising rates made known on applies tion . Correspondence. Trimble. Lee York of Birds, is visiting his brother, Will York, this week. Elmer Meek and wife have a new girl at their house, born last Satnrduy. Chester Hoskinson of Ranker Lane, was here a short time Saturday ou business. Lawrence and Leioy York spent Thanksgiving with their grandparents near Birds, 111. Riley Cooley of Eaton, visited with his sister, Mrs. George Ferguson, Jr., Saturday night. Isaac Johnson visited relatives and friends last week a...

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

The Hutsonville Herald. VOLUME FIFTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1905 ; NUMBER 7 BELIEVING THAT A CHRISTAAS GIFT That gives the receiver a benefit is in the end more appreciated than many things which are intended as a token of respect only we ask you to look over this list and select a few of the many appropriate and useful articles that a Hardware Store has to offer. FOR MEN AND BOYS. Pocket Knives. Razors, Razor Straps, Safety Razors, Hair Clippers, Razor Hones, Butcher Knives, Butcher Steels, Sleds, . Express Wagons, Hand Saws, Hamtrier8, Hatchets, Planes, Brace and Bits, Boy's Axes, Buggies, Carriage Heater, Storm Fronts, Lap Robes, Saddles, Bridles, Harness Ornaments, Bicycles, Shot Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, Gun Tools, Skates, Lanterns, Ball and Ba , Watches, Spectacles, French Harp and Corn Poppers. FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS. Sewing Machines, Wall Clocks, Fancy Clock, Parlor Lamps, Library Lamps, Kitchen Lamps, Night Lamps, Fancy Tea Kettles, Fanc...

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

The Hutsonviixe Herald. VOLUME FIFTEEN HUTSOXVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, DEC EM HER lf. llHW NUMBER 7 SEE THE DISPLAY OE HOLIDAY . i S 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 3 8 NOW ON AT HURST BROS., QUE GIFT STORE. $ 8 8 8 8 8 ill 8 8 8 2 Holiday Bargains. 2000 pounds Candy on sale at Bargain Prices. 300 pounds Peanut Candy, worth 15 and 20c goes Saturday at 10c 300 lbs mixed candy, 7c pound, or 4 lbs. for 25c. 300 Dolls on sale, 5c to $1.35; all of them beauties. Almost a car load of Toys, from lc to $2 each. 1000 Books for everybody, from 5c to $1 each. 1000 Handkerchiefs, worth 7 to 10 cents, your choice for 5 cents. lOOO Handkerchiefs, worth 12 to 15 cents, your choice for 10 cents. Ladies' Furs, Children's White Furs, Doilies, Fancy Table Scarfs, Dresser Scarfs, Fancy Linen Towels, New Collars, and 1000 other fancy articles for Xuias. Fine Dress Goods, Silks, Gloves, Cloaks, and all kinds of serviceable gifts. We are better prepared to supply your wants than ever before....

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

THE HERALD. FRANK kOPTA. Editor and Publisher. Ht'TSONVILLE, ILLINOIS. BRIBERY IS CHARGED SENSATIONALPROSECL'TIONS BEGUN AT NAPOLEON, OHIO. '"() Jnrora ote I MvtMeftte AKHinot NmlMM of IliHruuiry Honrtl Ml Olhrrs Ma) lt- UrtMiuhl Into ITtilr Hint- TriteU to B lOld Tin bHtnntn remit in t Ue nneoveri&x freftiug in political poalti the other ilav at Nairn! tin1 r.unl jury returned ncaint Henry Kirklioff xpeetw to eaormoui DIM ;ls 111 :l lit' n. Ohio, when Indlctmeuu a int James Bpets, members at the infirmary board The specific i-hare is iuveptiiiK a hrilw for the appointment f a superintendent. James Blfftna. the new superintendent, is Indict td for bribery, and .lames Conway. a wealthy ami intlnential eitien f Liberty Center, is Indicted tl the go-between. The strange feature of the indictment of Conway is that the papers were maile out ami the case practically ma ilo by Tlioinas Conway, his brother, who is the prosecuting attorney. To the jury Conway, the prosecutor, sai...

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

10 COMttSPONDlMS. i ik ins i ikt .&.' . ci mmuft ( bUrtta, bm u a iTldNM J ot t"h oa lha I UMmi Wrtt Mtra !!( tkt ppi h Mrttcmiutr Mitfu., la giving ium ud datM to ll tad plait . .1 dlftUnet. 1 II J - ., 1 THE POSTOFFICE PEN WIN 40M lot know tt I' Its rii ami sorruch. pMtff I Tli P. O. ink IlktWll, nml then Ho not forget the p, o. blotter, Thy'r on n tle-k almg tit wall. Whrn bad men buy a money -order. A terrain auge! they ppoiill I mean the angel who's recorder. The P. O. pen is sharp and fine, Much sharper than a mTpent'i eye teeth. And a it scrapes kloQf the line It puts on edgo t'.iidi one of my teeth A P. O. stub was nvr known . I hate to pose here a a onrper; Rut it's a fart that rati ne lmwn That 1. M 's n'ghtly fl!e 'em aharper As juf now said, the P. O. ink The pen Ittetf almost nrpnses; It'l thi-'k and ropy umi folks think Its basis renllv U molisses It't dark and ttttcUftflnont. In it the pen you deeply smother It drops about promiscuous. Or els It tkth like ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 15 December 1905

BALD HEADS COVERED nntl Hcnl) 1'iirlflcil hy With I.uxurlHnt llnlr innlliN OlHUUM) und i nil. mit Konii, Assisted by dressings of Cutlcnra, the great Nltln euro. This treatment nt once stops fulling hlr, removes crusts, scales mid dandruff, destroys linlr parasites, soolhes Irritated, Itching surfaces, stimulates the hair follicles, loosens the scalp skin, supplies the roots with energy and nourishment, and makes the hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy sculp, when all else falls. Complete external and Interim! treatment for every humor, from pimples to scrofula, from Infancy to age. consistlng-of Cutlcura Soap, Ointment and Pills, price $1.00. A single et Is often sufficient to cure. SOME PHYSICAL ADVANTAGES. rrofeHNloiutl JeitloiiNy. "Mr. Dnstin BtU says he Isn't going to endow any more libraries." "Hut 1 thought he was devoted to literature. He bus written books himself." "That's the trouble. The people let the dust He on his books and stand In line to get 'Mazle's Wooing' ...

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