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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 15 December 1905
I 1 m m I m m m m So Many Presents to lie Found al This Store That you would almost be confused with the stock. We are able to locate the things you want and in supplying them give you only the best. What you buy will please the owner, giver and receiver. Following Is a Partial List of What is to be Found Here: JEWELRY. CANDY. J Kings; Brooches, Watch Lownoy's, the best. All amEkL Fobs, Ladies' Adjustable si.c boxes, from J Hi. to lb, E&amp;SrBB Bracelets, Watch Chains, Prices to suit, from 10c to If Scarf Pins, etc. 2.50. This is the finest jcvlT IW candy ever brought to Hut- --3757 V ROOlQ sonville and is guaranteed to (fiSlFr DVJUrvo. be first class. If not, return (JSjSt JfJL K Popular Copyright Books, and get your money back. Vyr . j ' i,kx Fiue Assortment of Bibles, We have boxes especially de- J jmWtf. PBTO7 . 'fl Alger's and Henty's Hooks signed for holiday gifts. KymfJ.i ' ' PTStl'.jfe'j for boys. Juvenile Books, "f ' ' 1 f, y&amp;i&amp;pw Rhyme Book...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 22 December 1905
The Hutsonv ILLE 'W HERALD, y VOLUME FIFTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CKAWFOUD COUNTV. jfLLlNOIS, FKIDAY, DUOEMBER 23, 1905 JfUMBEK 8 A Clean Sweep FOR CHRISTMAS And to make a general clean up we will close out a number of useful articles which will make nice presents at strictly Close-Out Prices. Lamps, Lap Robe, Express Wagons, Sleds, Heating Stoves Lap Boards, Fancy Silver Spoons, Sewing Tables, Nickle Plated Ware, Children's Sets, Shaving Sets and Carving Sets. Besides these we have many very useful and appropriate articles suitable for a gift. Come m and See Us. McNUtt MUsgrave Brothers, The Old Hardware Store on the Corner. Pure Drugs Make Good Medicines. These are the kind kept in stock at M. P. Rackerby's Drug Store, and special attention is given to the compounding of prescriptions. Full Line of Toilet Moles Best Grades of Perfumeries, Soaps, and Face Powders. Everything in stationery tablets, inks, pens, pencils. Headquarters for School Supplies. Best Telephone Batteries for Sale. M. ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 22 December 1905
THE HERALD. - --. ,,. . j FRANK KOPTA, Editor ind Publiihcr. Hl'TSONVILMC. ILLINOIS. LOOT FOB .MILLINERY STOLEN BANK FUNDS DEVOTED TO UNUSUAL. PURPOSES. KjMtrrn Fmhriilvr Mnrtril I'rlrniU In llnilni-aa and I IhmI HIhIi MtmHf Former Fooltmlt I'lnj t'i . r.-Hi Streitulh li?N II tin. Oliver T. Bnpl WUOJ, who as cashier of (he Southp'Tt, COM, Nutioniit bank wrecked that institution by misuse fJtM.OOO of its fiiiiiK and who has served two yearn of a ten years' sentence, made some ensational disclosure while witness In an action brought against htm by a creditor of the defunct bauk. For the tirst time he declared that he had au accomplice in wrecking the bank ml told a story of how this was brought about. It had previously been shown that Sherwood had furnished the money for friends to own millinery stores in New York City and his own admissions were in effect a description of his eonrerwion of bank securities into rash to flvt to those friends and to support himself iu high living. SAVES...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 22 December 1905
llnjIiiK I !:, TriC. The is an almost universal complaint uuiuiiij fruit (rowers tluit tlio tri'us obtained from nurtwlM nowadays do not possess vitality nor bear the quality of fruit Uint did trees years ago. This Is undoubtedly due to the fuet Unit tho demand for trees at low prices hus Induced nurserymen to obtain their scions for propagating purposes from trees in the nursery rather than from selected bearing trees, in other words, the Individual merit of the tree from which to perpetuate is no longer considered, We appreciate tbe value of proper breeding with our stock, but run see only the eost of the tree when It comes to that part of the Investment It Is expensive for nurserymen to obtain proper material for Urst-claM trees, and such trees can not be sold for a few cents each. Fortunately, there is likely to be a decided change In this condition, for some of the larger nurseries are preparing to offer trees at different prices, Strictly In accordance with the excel lence of ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 22 December 1905
m 1 1 m m I If If If If f If f If If If If m if if if if if f if if if m So Many Presents to k Found al This Store That you would almost be confused with the stock. We are able to locate the things you want and in supplying them give you only the best. What you buy will please the owner, giver and receiver. Following Is a Partial List of What is to be Found Here: JEWELRY. Kings; Brooches, Watch Fobs, Ladies' Adjustable Bracelets, Watch Chains. Scarf Pins, etc. BOOKS. Popular Copyright Books, Fine Assortment of Bibles, Alger's and Henty's Books for boys. Juvenile Books, Rhyme Books, Classics and Story Books of all kinds. GAMES. All the latest Card Games, Flinch, Block, Zum, Sherlock Holmes. Also 5 and 10c games of all kinds. CANDY. Lownoy's, the best. All size boxes, from I lb. to 2 lb. Prices to suit, from 10c to 2.50. This is the finest candy ever brought to Hutsonville and is guaranteed to be first class. .If not, return and get your money back. We have boxes especially designed f...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 29 December 1905
THE HUTSONVtLLE HERALD. VOLUME FIFTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. I0O5 NUMBER Q At the Close of 1905 We (jelfrc (o thank nil our cii.toiner.s for tlio very liberal patronage given us during the past year, which has been the banner year in the history of this business. As the new year of 1900 conies on we hope that it may surpass all former years in prosperity for you as well as for ourselves. Having just added over 2000 square feet or floor space to enable us to take care of our increased trade we. hope to serve the best interests of the people of Hutsonville and vicinity still better in the future. Our aim at all times is to furnish reliable goods at the lowest market prices and to give prompt service by competent and reliable belli in the store. Hoping that our future business relations may continue to grow in a satisfactory manner to all and wishing every one a Prosperous New Year we are Yours with respect, McNutt &amp; Musgrave Bros, The...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 29 December 1905
THE HERALD. FRANK KUPTA, Editor and Publisher. Hl'TSONVILLE. ILLINOIS. PIEES OF SINGLE PAY. FLAMES DEVASTATE PORTIONS OF FOUR CITIES. I n rut- Dry Good Btor lie I rit ttl In "M'iIhUh. Mo., mill t' w t r 1'lpe I'l hiii in Kmui l it erpooli Oblo Mum I (.t-tiis Com lu Uurinu I90S Thursday was HeM day for the tire fiend. In Bedalla, uo., tire destroyed the MKatyM Building, occupied by the Hale Kibby Dry (iuixU Company, causing a !'ss of tTB.OOO, The building was owned hy K. (J. Cassldy, who Ion is $30. 000, and the stock by K. V. A K. H. White In Hast Liverpool, Ohio, the hirge plant of the American Sewer Pipe Company was destroyed, causing a lou estimated between STo.oi. and $100,000. The bnUdlng was a tliree-sttiry brick tructUre. Fire partly destroyed t lie Casino in Nice, Prance, shortly after the departure of a gay night party. There were no casualties. The loss is tat i mated at 920,000, Estimates of the damage to the Itio Grande Western shops in Salt Lake City from the lire, whic...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 29 December 1905
lie DOMn'1 OllW Now. Wflihlnjrtou, Kan., Doc, 25 (Special) -rJcwsi' BJ. Mitchell is a telephone linettiun, ami also a well known resident here. Everybody ncQualnted with Mr. Mitchell knows that in' was a man who bold vr.v positive views ahont Patent Modi clue, Hear what he says now: "I used to eurso nil kinds of Patent Medicines, for they never did me any good, but Dodd'fl Kidney Tills have caused me to olmngu my mind. Pot twelve years I Buffered from Kidney Trouble. There was a hurting tieross my hark that made It positive agony to stoop, and as 1 inn in a stooping position nearly all day, you can imagine bow I miff rod, After a day's work that any man would think nothing of, I would he tlivd and worn out. In faet, I was always tired. I began using Dodd'i Kidney Pills and after taking four boxes 1 feel like a new tnau, I am as 1'rrsh at night as when I begin work In the morning. I have no pain in my bark now, and I am stronger than ever." MoiMly'H it ii . pwJght I Moody once called...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 29 December 1905
Do You Eat Bread? Why not eat the best J There is a great liitferenco in the taste of hreail and tho 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'H. It always give satisfaction. They can depend on it. If you don't happen to use it, try a sack and you'll tin t 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. BOYLL &amp; SO V THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE. ILL. FRANK KOPTA, Editor and Proprietor. Phone 30. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1905. Entered lit the poatofflc assceoml elnem matter. I nt HutBorivillcIll. Batey's Restaurant The Favorite Eatinff Place. ji m Am mm Am m vi m as mm -M- mm mm mm tm j mm ui rT' lTII ff'Tlr wTrr vrv vT ttt vt- -vtv- 'rv K Lunches of all kinds and Meals Served. Every variety $ i r t.' i, k i. a J . cti..i- T i- rresn uysiurs serveu iu ;uiy oiyie. Fine ...