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

Now Version. "Whnt (hff yon lay, John?" queries Mr John, viewing her lull length rellretioi wtlie mirror. , "I Bnid," repentP'1 ,lohn, dittinotiy. "i' l elothea that break the man," HotlltOI Post. Elegant Thronch Sloepor Hervloe St. Louir I to st. Auiriiitiiift. Beginning January II, 1909, the Southeri llajlway only St. Louis lino with its owi railfj to Jaeksonvlllo put into service tint observation sloenor lino from St. Louis t St Augustine, Flu. ONLY ONE NIG HI ON THE ROAD. This sleopor will leavi St. Louis every day ejtcopt Sunday at 10:(H a. m., arrive at Jacksonville the next even Ug at 8:88 p, m. and arrive at St. Augus tine at 10:35 p. in. The trip Is directlj through the beautiful Blue Grass Region of Kentucky, thence via Chattanooga Atlanta and Macon, Ga. At Lexington Ky.. this sleeper is taken on to the famoui "Chicago & Florida Special" the flnesl winter train in the World, carrying every variety- of perf ort ly constructed equipment Another attractive feature...

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

THIS WEEK SATURDAY Heavy Fleeced Underwear at 40 and 45e Heavy .Jersey u lit! Flannel 35 Shirts at 65 and 85 cents WUGKST YAM'KK WE EVER OFFER KI After February the 15th we give away no more graphophones W. B. H6I RST & CO.. SMSi MIGHTY FINBr And when ijod see oUr Big Stock of Fresh, Bright, Brand New Groceries YOU WILL BE AS AS WE ARE GLAD TO TO SELL. BUY NOW IS THE TIME. to bdu uodr Winter Oifirshoes, We have RLL KINDS. COX & MEEK, Trimble, III. -PHONE GENTRRE$- THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE, ILL. TOM S. APGAR, Editor and Proprietor. Phone 30. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1D05. Kiiteicl iit thl a c'ond BlRH IKMtofflt'S iit Ilntfonville. 111. BLUE FRONT Livery and Feed Barn Siilsnitiitii iriM( 41.00 per year. 111 ftdriWM I six months. 60 nts.; three month. 30 cU. A weekly (miter publlshe! every Fritlay. Ailvertixing rate ni:ule known on Hpplicn-tion. Vou Must I use fsasT ConrteoiiH Treatment room with nil my rigi and we are fixed to .give yon the BEST SERVICE 11 IRA TOHILL...

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

... x The HuxsoNyiLLE Herald. 4 VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUWT, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY JO, 190r NUMBER IS Prices That Talk in l Good double Plush Lap Robes 1 Good double Plush Lap Robe 1 Good double Plush Lap Robe 1 Good double Plush Lap Robe 2 Good double Plush Lap Robes 3 Good double Plush Lap Robes 1 Good double Plush Lap Robe 2 Shaped Horse Blankets 1'cst make 1 Shaped Horse Blankets best make 1 Shaped Horse Blankets best make 3 Shaped Horse Blankets best make 1 Square Horse Blanket best make 1 Square Horse Blanket best make 1 Large Size Garland Wood Heater 1 25 in. Russian Iron Air Tight fl Fancy Parlor Lamps 4 Fancy Parlor Lamps 3 No. 1 Fancy Hand Lamps 6 No. 2 Fancy Hand Lamps 1 Cast Iron Tank Heater IRegMar Price Each Close Out Price 14.00 6.60 3.75 5.75 3.00 5.00 4.00 2.75 3.00 1.50 1.85 3.50 1.25 5.00 7.25 .95 1.50 .5 5 .75 6.50 $2.98 5.25 2.79 4.2S 2.15 3.95 2.7J 1.87 2.1S .99 1.29 2.8,5" .95 11.2r &5 Mi 1.08 .39 -55 4.49 ran & MUS...

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

THE HERALD. TOM S. AIHIAB, K.lltor nil Pnbll.h.l. UTTSOKVildJS. I 1LL1V01S MUllcui of Hindoos live, iniirrjr mid rem- families on an Income which rare- ! exceeds 50 cents it week. Hair hmiU IMMpi have (lie beet hemls of hair. 1 10 .000 to 160.000 being inita d ordinary crop on the head of a fair man or woman. Vaeeination was made compulsory In the -.'ity of Madras In 1884, Hefore that date there were hundred, often thousands of deaths a year; now the deaths rarely exceed ten. A California woman. Miss Mat-?! Adams Aver, of San I'rantlsco, hni .succeeded in training a number of butterflies. Sugar and water are the Inducements, and the little winged pe .1 go through several cute performances. THE WEEK'S NEWS TERSELY OUTLINED An Epitome of the Most Important Events at Home and Abroad the Past Week. CONGRESS' WORK IN NUTSHELL The representatives of the largest Canadian organization of labor, and capital are to meet In conference to discuss ways and means for the pnvention and settlement ...

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

AN 0U MAN'S TRIBUTE,. 4d Ohio Fruit Raiser, 78 Yean Old, Cnr-o rf a Terrible, Cast, Alter Ten Years 0) Suffering. Sidney Justus, fruit doalor, of Mentor, Ohio, anys; " I was cured by Doan's Kiliuy V'ills of a severe ease of kid ney trouble, oi eight or ten yearn' stuudinfr. I suffered the most invert baekaeho a u 1 other pninn In the region of tlio kidneys. These were especially severe when stooping' to lift anything, and PIDNKY Jl'STUH. orren 1 eouid nanny straigtiten my liucli. Tlie aehiug wus bud in tlio day lime, hut just as bail at night, and ivns always lame in the morning, 1 nvus boUered with rheumatic pains and dropsical swelling of the feet. Tht urinary passages were painful, and Lb ecretlrins Were discolored nnrl so frei that often I had toriseat night. I felt tired all day. Half n box served to relieve me, nnd three boxes effected 1 ici muuent cure." A TRIAL FKEE Address Foster. Ullburn. Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For salt J.y all,dealcrs. Prise, 60 cents. FOREIGN PERSONALS. ' ,...

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

AFTER PAYING TAXES people generally feel like economizing-they want what little money they have left to go as Far As Possible. Such being tlio ctise we ask yon to call nnd sec what we can save you on necessary expenditures. We've got the "after tax paying time prices." W. B. M6IRST & CO., SESrEfflSi LIVERY, FEED ft SALE BARNS. Rigs, with or without drivers, at reasonable rates. Two Barns with .HEAiUARTERS AT THE RED BARN. Ieduell a tomill. PHONE 47. MIGHTY FINE And when you1 see oUr Big Stock of Fresh, Bright, Brand New Groceries YOU WILL BE AS GLAD TO BUY AS WE ARE TO SELL. NOW IS THE TIME. to buy your Winter Overshoes, We have HLL KINDS, CDX h MEEK, Trimble, 111, -PHONE GEN RRL- THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE. ILL. TOM S. APGAR, Editor and Proprietor. Phone 30. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1905. Kntcre'l at the .ostofllre at Hutsonvllle, II! y M'cnmt Hum ninttcr. ttilirritinn price, $1.00 per your, in advance : six month. OOctf. ; three montlns. 30cts. A weekly paper piMfClMd every F...

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

The HuTsoNtnxE HERALD VOLUME FOURTEEN JI UTSONVILLE, CKAWFOUD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, l!0.r NUMBER 1 f WINTER AND SPRING WORK l OES IT PAY To use toots that are badly worn when you can got tools that will hold an tdge and do the work with a great deal less effort on your part, at a very reasonable price? KEEN KUTTER For (i very few cents above tho prioe of the Ordinary Hand nnWi we will sell yon h KEEN KUTTER Tho best on tho market. No farm is complete without a set of BRACE AND BITS liLUE BRAND AND KEEN KUTTER HATCHETS aro superior to all others Because They never come off tlie Uandlo. They rtont butter or break. Thoy hold mi edge. They will do all these things or we will give you your money back. KEEN KUTTER AND R40LA AXES HOLD AN EDOn AND DON'T BREAK CROSSCUT SAWS Atkins and Keen Kutters In the best styles. Screw Drivers, Chisels, Planes, Levels, Steel Squares, Draw Knives and all Small Carpenters' Tools. The kind that give SATISFACTION Files, Rasps, Grindstones ' ...

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

THE 1IEKAIJ). TOM S, A I'll Alt, KUltor ami 1'ubllihen HUTSONV1LLE. I I ILLINOIS. There nto M shops In which Bothlni hut horseflc Barlln in ;h ll sold PhyaldaM an betinniag to reoos Mm worry ns a disease, to be pre MHFibM tor like any other malady. leewad produce! most of the world' supply of eiderdown, the annual sale "mounting to something over 7.000 pounds. Most of this is shipped to I'o penhngen and commands from $2.41 to QUO per pound. About 1,600 newspapers and perl odicals are published in Berlin at tin present time. Among these are about 50 political dailies. suburban pa PVs. 32 political and social-political journals, over 60 comic papers and over in women'.; journals with the "feminist" movement. A recent statement that the pres ent ivory consumption represents the annual slaughter of 20.000 elephants u denied. At last 86 per cent of mar keted ivory comes from the cemeteries to which the elephants have long resorted, and much of it may be hun dreds of years old. The total ...

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

One Redeeming Quality. "You must get a great ileal of old and raggi'd money here," said Ihe man who was paying his taxes. "Wo do," responded the ownlcr in the treasury department of I lie county building, "Don't you dread to handle Itt" "On what account?" "Microbes." "My dear sir. the atmosphere of thli building kills the microbes Ihe moment they are exposed to it." Chicago Tribune. New Hot-Water Bottle. Tho up-to-date hot-water bottle lacks the water. In its place are coila Ot line wire, and when the lottle is connected with the plug In nn electric lighting fixture, the current heats these coils to ,he desired tempfrature, which is maintained as long as needed. The advantages are obvious. The bottle is neither too warm nor too cold, it does not BOald, and it promptly gives the proper heat without waiting for water to boil. WaHINGTN DINNER gy W15IGHT A . PATTER3CI Lancashire Thread. "The cotton factories of Lancashire, England," says Edward Irving, "at present spin about 165,000,000...

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

HI ARK IT DOWN OUR LINE -OF- MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND- CENTS' FURNISHINGS FOR SPRINC Will be the finest wo have ever shown. OUR PRICES LOWEST ........ .rivkfii In order lo make room for the nicest stock in this icinity we are tiiiijr hi.t; talues VAIV I1U IT . w. B. KUR ST & SO., ONE PRICE GLOWERS &2 MIGHTY FINE sin Rnd when yoU see oiJr Big Stock of Fresh, Bright, Brand New Groceries YOU WILL BE AS AS WE ARE GLAD TO TO SELL. BUY NOW IS THE TIME. to bdu yodr Winter Ouershoes, We have RLL KINDS. COX & MEEK, Trimble, III, -SePHONE central a a a e o i LIVERY, FEED ft SALE BARNS. Rigs, with driv its, at rates. Two or without reasonable Barns with ..HEADQUARTERS AT THE RED BARN. EcDWELL & TOMILL. -PHONE 47.- iseeaaoaaeoaeoo o o leesa M Hl tit WELL COMPANY RUNS & EATON T. L. RAINS l'uusK"; frf-tft if CMC-fit- if Wr are pr.-pored to do nil kinds of Well Dan lis i lit Reasonable Paicas Wc Arc Agents Tor Pumps nml Powaa mid Guar...

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

The Hutso N VTLLE Herald. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONTILLE, CRAWFORD COON'IY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 84, 1005 NUSIBER 17 spsaasn A f"( 1 Headciuartere for Fsrrr Fences. PH Til I FEK ! feuce! IS THE LARGEST SINGLE INDUSTRY ! 'SSEbE!:S IN AMERICA ; J g jI I t ISADS rr-i AL! HElCHTifV Pi ftd I To make this successful with yourself we call your attention to the poultry yard fence. We have the Union Lock Poultry which is far superior to the regular diamond mesh poultry fence BECAUSE It has straight cable wire running through it It is closer woven It takes a smaller number of posts It will stretch over uneven ground We have a!l heights. Come in and examine it For the poultry house roof Made of largo, Etronrr, high-grado steel wi ;s, heavily g?.lva- nizeu. l&uipi j jnoviuca ivi t.puusiuii . i cuuuuijiuju. ia practically cvcr!ar,tin'g. Never goes wroii:f, i matter how great a strain is put on ii. Does not mutilate no njare stock. Black Diamond Fell loot is the best because it is ...

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

THE HERALD. TOM S. A I' t Hit. Kdltnran.l I'ublLb.r. HUTSONV1LLE. I I ILLINOIS The Kronen, have a new word for carriages drawn by horses. They are "hlppomobllea." (icrninn tocomotlvs engineers re crive a (old medal ami $500 for every cn years of service, without accident. The recent census In Hcnc.il re veals the fact that there are 4,000 K-ihy ftlrla In that province alone who have been married, and of this number COO. all less than a year old, are widows. A Finnish housewife buys a new broom every morning a necessary extraragaace, since she sweeps her whole house every day, and the broom she usc3 Is just a bundle of fresh, preen birch leaves, whose natural dampness licks up tho dust. H. Hollenback, of Boulder Creek, .Cal.. was kicked over a 200 foot precipice by his mule, but fifty feet down fell Into a large woodrat's uest in a redwood tree, 150 feet from the ground. There he stayed until a party of rescuers got him down with ropes. HE WEEK'S NEWS TERSELY OUTLINED A.j Epitome of ...

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

ROTES ABOUT NOTABLES. John Sparks, governor of Nevada, k tlie largest owner of rauge cattle In Ibo Hulled States. Miss Ktliol Bret Harte, daughter of the famous writer of early California life, will devote herself to concert work because her father's estate at his death was loo small to support his family. Theodore S. McLellan, Maine's oldest printer, and the friend and companion of J'resldent. Franklin Pierce, Nathaniel Hawthorne and the, poet Longfellow, ob. nerved his ninety-third birthday recent. Jy nt Brunswick, Maine. Mrs. Anna C. Fall la the first woman, lawyer to appear before the full bench of the Massachusetts supreme court. Sha was there a few days ago as counsel for lilalnllff In a damage suit against the dly of Maiden. The, case came up on appeal from the superior court. Henri Dunnnt, now 76 years old and living In 111 health near the Lake of Contanoe, was the originator of the Bed Cross movement. It Is 45 years since ha, began his work and 40 since the International co...

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

moRE Roon IS NEEDED IN ORDER TO DISPLAY OUR spring and sammER SUITS INCREASED BUSINESS LAST SKASON warranted us in placing much larger orderi than heretofore; ami in order to make room for these NEW GOODS which are. now coming in WE'VE APPLIED TME KNIFE on a number of Bingle pattern Suits, all good values tit even regular prices. THE CUT IS DEEP enough to interest the most needy, tho suits are good enough for anybody. Some of our customers will remember the bargains we gave last season, this time we will do still Letter. If you mod a cheap work suit or good business suit GE5 NEX6 GO 5MESE Very trulv yours, W. 13. Ml inn At n JL fcX V We ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLB, ILL. TOM S. AIMiAK. Iilitor aifd Proprietor. Phone 80. OUR CORRESPONDENTS FRIDAY, KKKKUARY M, 1006, i J. T. COX Qt. D. MEEK sais? reasosa wills u If you are from Missouri WE'LL SHOW YOU Shoes, Dry Goods, Groceries, Lamps, Chinaware, Tinware, Lanterns and all kinds of Fancy Notions Ooxi leek, TRIMBLE PHONE ...

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

TSONvTLLE VOLUME FOURTEEN Herald. ; HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUN11. ILLINOIS, Fill DAY, MAItCII 15, 1905 NUMBER JH Iharn HHBBHBI ESS While our business in this line last yeur was almost double what it has ever been before it was very unsatisfactory to us as we wore not able to build harness enough to supply the demand. You farmers know how it was withovt us telling it. Now we are in much better shape to furnish our customers with harness this year as we have a complete stcT k already hanging on the walls and are able to build on short notice anything we might not have in stock. Our line of Pads, Collars, Dusters, Whips and Strap-work was NEVER BETTER. In Light Harness we have single or double in almost Any Style Made; and in Team Harness don't ask us just come in and see. mm 'IMOTT & ROTHERS Tf rww "... 1 6 CASH TALKS ON THESE CLOSE OUT PRICES All Lots of Odds and Ends of Punts ,3,3 to SO per cent Off j Small Lot of Jeans Pants Vooto 1, worth More 5 Oovrt and Ohinohilla Oo...

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

THE HERALD. TOM s. ici;. Bdltor and rubitth.r. BUTSO.NVILLB. i t ILLINOIS, Totirista in Egypt nre iuppoMd to bo provided with pttaaportt, but the law Is not strictly enforced; n vlcltltn orti luffleea. The rtritish war office lins iinrlor const derfttloe n proposal for trying the plan of shooting with both pyoa open during the musketry training of this year. Since the begrnntnf of the Inst century no fewer than o2 volcanic Islands have risen out of the sea. Nineteen nave disappeared ami ten aro now in habited. THE WEEK'S NEWS TERSELY OUTLINED An Epitome of the Most Important Events at Home and Abroad the Past Week. CONGRESS'WORKIN NUTSHELL Mme. Makaroff. widow of the Russian admiral, who went down with his shin before Tort Arthur, is one of the most beautiful and cultured women in - Russia, A Belgian swimmer a made a wa;er recently that he could stay In the water ten hours, swimming the whole time. He won tho bet. performing the feat at t lie Antwerp baths. Twenty six millions six h...

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

SICK HEADACHE Positively cumd by these Little t .lis Tliey also rcUeta Dls trcm Irora Ds'spcpsla. liv dlgNtlOQ and Too Hoarty Eating. A perfect rem' odylor Dizziness, Nausea, Drow3lnes3, Bad. Tosto In tho Moutb, Coated Tongue, Pain In the side, TORPID LIVER. Thos rcguiato too liowela. Purely Vcffetablo. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE CARTER'S fPlTTLE WlVER Pltf ft. CARTERS iTTLE WlVER Genuine Must Bear Fac-SimilQ Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES, WHERE WAR STILL RACED. Something for the Correspondents to Do When Nations Were u nt Peace. Even at the early dawn of Utopian civ fliKittion it bonanie evident that the en of universal peace had arrived, saVH the JNew York Bun. The nations discovered thai the great gun had been invented that would send a projectile through any armor, while, on the other hand, the armor ! ! heen invented ilia t would re ml the attack of any gun. The sVbmarine boat had been tested that would destroy any battleship, thai is, if not eauuht hv the submarine des...

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

" Ml v fcg 1 SPRING STYLES ARRIVING NOW MtCHAELS-STCRN FINE CLOTHINQ Micml. ( OQ. The swellest and most complete line of clothing we have ever shown I iflP eiTITS THAT WIT I SUIT YOU AND SUIT YOUR POCKETBOOK He one of the first and make un even start with spring W. B. HURST & CO. ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS 1 J.T.COX G.D.MEEK CoBiae reason with te If you are from Missouri WE'LL SHOW YOl Shoos, Dry Goods, Groceries, Lamps, Chinaware, Tinware, Lanterns and all kinds of Fancy Notions Sox & leek, treble PHONE Gcntral V. K; . I: i m r tereopticansM ENTERTAINMENT At the OPERA HOUSE in HUTSONVILLE, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 8 Under the auspices and for the benefit of the Court of Jfonor 'Degree Ueam !S beautiful colored scenes will be used to illustrate.-the splendid song, "The HOLY CITY," which will be sung by a good voice This will be the opening number. 100 art gems and masterpieces 200 beautiful, colored dissolving views 1200 feet of moying pictures Besides the above att...

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

The HUTSO ,le Herald. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE.ClVVWFOitD COUNT ILLnVOIS, FRIDAY, MAKCI1 10, 100". NUMBER YOJR HARVEST will depend upon the seed you sow and the manner in which you sow it. over Seed Wo have a nice lot of ofcver seecj wliio we bougbt right ami are selling right JO Seeders We can furnish you at the lowest market prices with endg-ate seeders, hand seeders, wheelbarrow seeders, 2 and3 horse drills, and the best corn planters 7imothi Seoci New seed, horn am free from rod sorrel, buck- noxious wood sood. Sliue Si rass Choice Kentucky hi iafl" )Inc-grass in it. with no Stock Pi cas In plenty of time we will have lot of whip-poor-will and blackeye peas. COME IN AND McIfUTT & MUSft THE OLD HARDWARE STORE ON THE CORNER !EE US rsnrsrsA A Hi A 1 111- 1 Mi- P.- r-UWAii- V.-.ra R1MDSI2JLL will be found at our store The Bi..l-oll wagon is tho best wagon on the market ' r the money and more of them aro Und today than any other wagon. Light dra and Hand painted m)MMy ...

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

THE HERALD. TOM AI'I.AK. I , hi.. , hii. I l'ublllhar. I 1LUN013. BUTSONYU.LE. A medical authority says that In railway collisions tho passengers who arc asleep eacapa the bad effect o( shaking and concussion. An engineer declares that Wl.nnn Pople now do the work with the aid of machinery which needed 16.000.000 people to do a few years ago. 'Che total length of tho Russian railway system on January 14 was IT." 871 i.j miles. In 1304 there were thrown opeu to traffic 07H miles Two stags fought a duel lasting mere than two hours in the Kols de Boulogne. Paris. In full view of the puhllc. Neither of the combatants was seriously injured. DENEEK S LASH USED IN INC ON MEASURE. VOT- It h;s been found that ill the gunsiehts on the King KilwanS VII . Bng land's most powerful battle ship, are incorrect. She will go to Portsmouth to have them adjusted. The organisation of chemical study and research in Germany for Industrial purposes was begun by Prof. Justus von Liebig. who set up tho first...

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