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

DERAHGEDIIERVES DISTBESSI1N TROUBLES IiEFT BY ST. VITUS AND GRIP, waii AfHIatod for Years by Btrnnff Spells of jNumbnt'ss and Woi-kiies Hoovers J'orfect Health. When sho was fourteen years old, Mrs, Ida L. Brown had St. Vitus' danco. Blio finally got over tho most noticeable features of tho si rango ailment, but was still troubled by very uncomfortablj sensations, which sho recently describod as follows : " Ono hand, half of my fnco, and half of my tonguo would get cold and numb. The feelings would come on, last for about ten minutos, and then, go nway, Several times a day. Besides I would liavo palpitation of tho heart, and my strength would get so low that I could hardly breathe. As time went on theso spells kept coming oftoner and growing Worse.. The numbness would sometimes extend over half my body." I " How did you get rid of them?" i "It seemed for a long timo as if I never could get rU of them. It was not until (about six yenrsago that I found a remedy that had virtue enough ...

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

EASTER SUGGESTION DOS'T PAY 5 . H4Mtfl: 6 DOLLARS FOB A SUIT BY HAVING IT TAILOR-MADE THE 7TE1UTD, HUTSONVILLE, ILL. TOM S. APIi.VR, Editor and Proprietor. Phone 80. FRIDAY. MARCH io, nioii. Entered ii tin' imtoMoa i Hntaoavlllsi UL , ll.OOper year, in it'lvnncc : throe months, DOets, Ibllahed every Prldsy, made k 1 1 1 w 1 1 n iiilira- we cau iave you that amount on our HAM) TAll.OKt'DCARMI-MS give you ns good pouibiy a better fabric and a perfect tit Our line for Spring and Summer is ready for jour inspection. It is by fur the largest assortment we ever carried, the best bargains we ever offered, Call early and make your selections. W. B. HURST & CO., ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS J. T. COX Come treason Ot. D. MEEK with If you are from Missouri WE'LL SHOW Yor Shoes, Dry Goods, Groceries, Lamps, Chinaware, Tinware, Lanterns and all kinds of Fancy Not ions Cox & leek, TRIMBLE PHONE General HOLLOW CONCRETE BUILDING Tim age of Concrete has dawned l Mi Mi i Or 7 Concrete ...

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

The Hutsonville herald. VOLUME I'Ol KTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUN'tfif iILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MARCH 1?, 1005 NUM l!ER SO 4P FILL, your CISTERN WITH THE SPRING RAINS We have ti big stock ol the Bent Galvanized Rain Gutter and everything to complete a lirst-chiss job, We are putting it up at the "same old price" although the prices on this work is now 15 per oen( higher than It was three months ago The work is done in lirst-elass shape and we guarantee satisfaction. ATI styles oTTtTTnnd Steel Roofs are furnished and put on by us and everything in Sheet Metal Work is done promptly and at the lowest prices. W. A SI . ' ' J i (fi 1 H i b li i 9 ViSk 1 CISTERN PUMPS OF ALL STYLUS KITCHEN SINKS AND BATH TUBS OUR PRICES WILL INTEREST YOU for every purpose used in this country PIPE and all kinds of , fittings REMEMBER we have the ;ooda right here it the low est market price MUM - I McPTT & MUSGRAVES J I i irnr -r "i i riiiM,i Now Is the time i tJIO FEED. PRATT'S AND INTERNATIONAL ...

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

THE HERALD. TOM S, Al'li IH. Ki!ttir anil 1'ubtUher. HUTSO.WlLLli I 1 ILLINOIS, PIT cltir.oDS of tho United Stntoi haro become naturalized British subjects since the enactment f tin Transvaal naturalization ordinance, in December. U03, Owls are net really wise, ami the reason that tby seem so is because they never move their eyes. This they can not do. as their eyeballs are Used immovably in the sockets. The highest tide in the world is In the Hay of Fundy. The tide there sometimes raises to the height of 71 feet, and the increase is ix'casionally as much as a foot every five minutes. Brazilian ants make little pardons In the tree tops and sow them with Pineapple and other seeds. The gap dens are found of all sizes, from a sinpie sprouting seed, surrounded by a littlo earth, to a densely overgrown ball as largo as a man's bead. The London Chronicle says that tha Sir Arthur Sullivan wanted to direct Sir Alexander Mackenzie to a house of which he hail forgotten the number; ho said the...

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

NERVOUS HEADACHE MAItRED A YOUNG- WOMAN'S HAPFXJTCSB TOR SEVEN YEARS. ItttWfbrtd With Her Boolal Duties . ThrrattMicil to CattM Her llrtlret inrnt Sow She Wiih Cured, Evory MiflVtvr from BOTTOM hcftdncht Imowi bow completely it unfits ouo foi tbodutioinud pleamrei of ifo. Anj little exottementi or over-exertion, or irregularity briugi it ou. Sometime! the pain li over tlm wholo hood. Agata il la lilio a nail driven into tho Imiiu, or a Wolj?u splitting it open, oru baud tight enitig about it. At oue time it is all in tho top of tho head) at another it is all ot tho bnso of tho skull. Most headaches can be traced to some faulty etato of tho blood. When the Mood in scanty or charged with poison, and the uorvos are Imperfectly nourished and the digestion weak, ono of tho com tionest results is frequent and severe headaches. Tho important tiling is to pot rid of tho diseased condil ton of tho blood that CauBOfl tho attack by the use of a remedy that will do iiio work quickly and thoroug...

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

J.T.COX Come (i. J). MEEK with iin 0 TOE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE, ILL. TOM S. APGAR, Editor and Proprietor. Phone 80. ! t VOU 111 V, ! 1.1 o troin M snow BSOUn vor Shoes. Dry Goods, Groceries, Lamps, Chinawnre, Tinware, Lanterns and all kinds of Fancy Notions Cox & Meek, trimble PHONE Cent! 0 Special Brand of the NufSGiiviiSe Roller mills Tl . ICI 11. ur Our Purity Brand, niailc from selected winter wheat. FLOUR and MEAL. Wo nisi) do a EAoera FEED GRINDING BUSINESS. Soliciting your patronagei eOYLI, & sow. i t TWO NIGHTS. FOURTEEN PEOPLE & miTCMELL COMEDY COMPANY I AT THE- i i o OPERA HOUSE IN HUTSONVILLE TUES. AM) WED. MAR. 21 AND 22. -WILL UIVK- "TIE 4taB-.TUESDAY NIGHT. iafJ COiM FEDERATE SPY' A thrilling Arnma of Civil war, replete with trying altnation, comedy, and exottement and hrim full of hnman interest. AND- 0 i "BECAUSE I LOVE YOCT A romaltlid piny ld.l in "Old Virginia', with n careful di liii'-uiir-n of sonthf-rn hogpitalUy, honor mid lov...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 17 March 1905

Supplement to the Hutsonvilie Herald nuTsoxriLuc. Illinois, h-itih.tr, m uch n, mar, OUR CORRESPONDENTS West York. Thu upper room oi our school closed Friday. Dr. Cullop returned to the grand jury itt Robinson Monday. Mrs. James Liudley was qn.te sick the first of the week. Will Holiday was n Terro Haute visi tor Monday ami Tuesday. Mrs. Margaret Walti rs is visiting rel atives in Union this week. T. S. Apgar and family visited relatives over Sunday 111 our city. Clint Bell and wife, of Marshall, visiled his mother over Sunday. Miss Maggie and Grace Buckner were .-hopping in Marshall Saturday. PreMey Meeker ha 8 moved into the Ho k property in the south part Oi town, Mae Chad wick o Unam, was a I u.4ness call r here he! ween trains Tu slay. Mrs. Ellis Ferrei was confined to l.er home with la grippe tliu tU'&l tit ii week. H. L. Matteson came down from Marshall to attend Masonic lodge Tuesday night. Henry Irwin, of Terre Haute, was called here Monday hy the iUueSfl oi hi ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 17 March 1905
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 24 March 1905

The Hutsonville VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MARCH 84, l!)0.r NUMBER 21 FARM and GARDEN TOOLS To get you ready for sprin work we can supply you with the best steel goods. Malleable Rakes Steel Rakes Goose-neck Hoes German Heavy Hoes Onion Hoes Sprouting Hoes Long Handle Shovels Short Handle Shovels Long Handle Spades Short Handle Spades Tiling Spades Tile Scoops Three, Four and Five Tine Forks Hedge Knives Pruning Knives Hay Knives Mattocks and Grub Hoes All kinds of Handles Wheel Harrows, Garden Plows, Lawn Mowers, Express Wagons ytf Come in aud see if the good grade tools we offer you at a reasonable price don't merit your trade McNUTT & .71 1 scs is a v nmm. life want you to see i 5 at 2 Oar New Spring Samples of Made to Measure Sails. No Hand me Downs Go. Save You Money and Guarantee Fit. -See Our Now Line of Spring Shoes in Tim, Potent, Colt, Vici, Valour, Oxford and Bals We sell Hats, Gloves, Overalls. Waists, Pants, UnderVear, Su...

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

THE HERALD.IJHE WEEK'S NEWS TERSELY OUTLINED TOM S. AT'MH. K. lit, .n.l I'utilUbtr. HUTSOVILLfi. IUXXOIS. Russia hns a larger ppiportion o blind people than any otbor BalDpWH country. Two out of every thouisam of her pooplo are slRhtle.-n. A boy in Berlin only 13 yearn old bas been ooorlcted of tho crime ol lose majpstc. ami lias been souteneur; to three montbi' Imprisonment txindon'a places of entcrtainmenl would holil all the Inhabitants of Mil wankee about Sli.OOO and then there would bo several thousand va car.t scats. In Oermnny policemen on duty car Hop children In the street In schoo hours anil ask them why they are nol at school, it is raneatad in England this be made the law there. The San Francisco nolij arrested the other day. three men and three women in what they paid was a shoplifting school. It had counters and shelves, and the women were being taught to steal. Welding by electricity is brought tc aurh perfection that welding appa ratus can be carried to a railroad tr...

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

Wbnt Is Ptisheck's-KuruF Tt in a ntvr remedy, compounded on w rniirdv new leientmo boitti oomblntni Md narmonfsinfe the curative pHnoiplM ipecinl medioipef. There ia an jilMtiutclj dxM law of oure no OKperimentinit, Nature intended a chit for every 111, T!ii in tint a common remedy; it in radically different from anvl Innn ettt and never nlli to cure the aiseatee for which it i wtended, other medh 'mips niny h.'ivi1 f;ijrij yi'ii nova not tried the right one take Kuro. WHAT IT WIIX CI'HK. All weakness aohoi and palnn, cxlm;islion, nervous and ci-nrr.nl debility, Rhea nwtlam, Neqrlgl, Scl.tloa, tumbaio, nil niMam and Impuritin of i. ,in0,i Bcronila, Bciema ami all kinds ,f a, ale ' ""onlo Catarrh.- no matter where mealed or which orpin is nffeetedh,ss ol pntfitt, Dytneptla or IndiKi'tion, di rasea of tho Kidneys, or Liver trouble, Weakneaa or Misuse. Heart, diseases etc J tianeek a-Ktlrfl is the beat all-round in- Tigorntor, tonic and reatoratlve in the World for men. women and child...

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

o J. T. COX G. D. MEEK Come reason with us It' you aro from Missouri v ! XL snow vol Shoes, Dry Goods, Groceries, Lamps, Chinaware, Tinware, Lanterns and all kinds of Fancv Notions Cox & Meek, treble PHONE Central .G 3 FUKITY FLOUR Special Brand of the Hutsonville Roller Mi! The best flour, Our Purity Brand, made from selected winter wheat. FLOUR nd MEAL. We also do u piiural FEED (J RINDING BUSINESS. Soliciting your patronage, BOYIili & SOW. I WMfVXiM.f--ST.-rKM3XW.aaiUi FIRE DRIED SEED GORN FREE your Seed Com w plant Pnro llrod varieties or aro you plniil ins the ami) Mini year after year! Kvery year thiMiUiiu m rarraen are filming ttint thev nan Inereaee theti viuiti from ft to so trjaheiti per acre by planting Armstrong Pure bretti Fire DrieU vjwntlM. 1 tor catalojt w ill iuow yen win thia la, ami lutw you can ilo the mmm. K'ir tilt next w Any ere will Mitel four large paettag of inre Ifretl seed torn KRKK. to every farmer who answers this B'lvertTsehieti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 31 March 1905

The Hutsonttlle herald. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNT r, t- ILLiMHS, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, IDOfi M M HER 22 THEY ARE HERE A BIG CARLOAD OF ANCHOR BUGGIES We entirely sold out all of Inst seasons buggies and we now have a bright new stock of 1905 patterns, both in Rubber and Steel Tires. Anchor Buggies are made of the very best material. We have one here not painted that you may see just the ki nd of material used. We buy in bi) lots and aro offering extreme low prices on this grade of goods. BUGGY HARNESS That will fit your horse and made from the best Oak Tan Leather right here in our own shop. Come in quick while there is a good line to pick from. M'HUTT & MUSGR A VE BROS. i S 3 International T r f I an The "International" for Leaded of (Ml ..I ; M After all the oroaklnga of the pessimistic nud Hie "knocks" of the "knockers" ; after the exultation of oar neighboring towns which have felt that their oil. gas and coal finds have unido them the children of desti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 31 March 1905

m i:m i-!THt WEEK'S NEW! K I .lIMt I'lilillahsr. UUTS0NY1L1.K t t ILLINOIS Mury Id that thrrc are no m WW room:-. In IM vatuan In i4 ii hi; of thetn never receive Swollen and Norway nro the only commies where practleally every piohii man e.in read and write. It vaila mm next in this respect. Tae Poniiniim board of in.mlcrntion estimates that 110,000 Inunisrnnls Will eomo lo Canada front llrcat Britain the eontinent and the I'nited Slates duritiK 108 wild n view to locating In the west. An nverape of 15 prisoners annnnlly are lashed nt the whipping post In .I'elaware. In Knuland last year, out of some 11,000 criminals who felt the law's severity, only nine were sen tenecd to he whipped. It la si.ned that Mr. church anil Charles Cleveland, of Chester. N. have ,! men d Hie Ions lost and much sought for process of hardening copper. A sample of their hardened copper has been received which seems J ns hart as steel, a penknife falling to make any Impression on it Skunk farms are revolutio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 31 March 1905

J. T. COX ii. I). MEEK Come reason with us It' you are from Missouri WE'LL SHOW YOU Shoes, Dry Goods, Groceries, Lamps, Chinaware, Tinware, Lanterns and all kinds of Fancy Notions Cox & Eeek, mle PHONE Gentral THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE, ILL. TOM S. APGAR, Editor anil Proprietor. Phone 80. FRIDAY, MARCH Bl, lOf. ntcrcd at Lht eooitd oIhhh pOltOfflOQ ill Hit CI nutter. Subscription priori $1.00 per yenr. in advance) ix months, no oti. ; three month t, 30 oti. A weekly paper published every Friday. Advertisintf r uteri nmclo known on application. 1 PURITY FLOUR Special Brand of the Hutsonville Roller Mills The best flour, Our Purity Brand, made from selected winter wheat. FLOUR and MEAL. We also do a general FEED GRINDING BUSINESS. Soliciting your patronage, BOIXL & SON. COMBINATION SA!LE AT HUTSONVILLE At 1:30 p. m. ELECTION DAY, April 4 Every one solicited to bring in his salable articles COL. ED BC1CKNER. AUCTIONEER Trimble. J. T. Coit' have moved into their ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 31 March 1905

With Art s Assistance. tNMr- LU Skirumerhorn uok part in those prtvate theatrical as a young gnl, did ihe? 1 wonder ttie had the taa to do it. MtybtHe She hadn't. It took ber half day to nuke bar faca tit the part. Cut cajjg Tnbuue. - - A Boon to Humanity. The mind dear, the ntrves steady and the overworked body strong by the won dert'ul "Poaheck'a Kuro." It cure all diseases ot the HIchhI ami Nerve, Rhaumatiam, Scrofula, Catarrh, Kxuuftion, Pais, Weakness, Miuot IndiKeatiou, etc. i'ushcck'a Kuro aceomplislie retulta that arc not attempted by o'licr natlicinea, Then is nothing liu i -nothing eUe is even similar. When n jrtain cure lUCb M this is offered you, there is no GJtCttM fur experimenting witli other inedu'inea. At most druggists Tor 91. or aeut for ihia price by Dr. 0, 1'iuUel, Chicago. The . average man want! temptut ion bout 'three-fjurtha of the Vty.ChicftM iOT1-ftiiallaaliiimiiw1im i:iflvraBKim awa 1 ItOanaOolda, OQnfha Bora Throat. Croup, inftn. ma, Whooping Cough, Bron...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 31 March 1905

Supplement to the Hutsonville Herald Hutsonville, Illinois, March 81, 1905. Graysvllle. Miss Myrtle Bain is spending vaca tion at home. Will Hnff and family visited at Ed Stewart's Sunday. Mrs. Flora Arnette was shopping in Sullivan Saturday. O. T. Collier and family were in Sullivan Saturday. Mrs. Shepherd ami daughters visited in Sullivan Tuesday. Walter Wier and family visited at Tom McKinley's Sunday. Rev. Case closed a series of meetings at Oraysville Sunday night. Miss Laura Woodard, who is staying at Sullivan, visited home folks Sunday. Wm. Grizzle and 1. W. Khm man of Hutsonville, were in our midst Tuesday. Ed Stewart and family attended the birthday dinner at his father's Saturday. Irwin Scott and wife of Sullivnn, called on Mr. Harris and family Sunday afternoon. Flo Ransford returned honin from Terre Haute Friday where she has be. u spending vacation. Miss Lue Stewart returned from Bloouifleld Saturday where she has been attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Richard McKinley wer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 31 March 1905

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 7 April 1905

The Hutsonville herald. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FlilDAY, APRIL 7, 1905 NUMBER V.l nrv n , rj 1 1 ne 1 wo Best Propositions! it i I ' ' ' l f r " CORN Is the greatest crop of America and as wo live right in tho corn belt of this country it is necessary to bo prepared with n good Corn Planter We are ready with a half car load of HOOSIER planters to supply your wants, fitted up in any stylo you might want. And on account of our very large purchase" wo are able to sell theni extremely low. I.JJLtttiH-r.eau, Everything fo use in raising a big corn crop. McNutt & Musgrave Bros. We want you to see Oar New Spring Samples of Made to Measure Suits. No Hand me Downs Go. Save You Money and Guarantee Fit. -See Our New Line of Spriug Shoos in- Tan, Patent, Cult, Vici, Valour, Oxford and Hals We sell Hats, Gloves, Overalls, Waists, Pants, Underwear, Suspenders, Neckwear, Hosiery and Notions at prices to save you money. A lull lino of Staple mid Fancy Gro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 7 April 1905

the herald. I RESULTS OF TUES DAY'S ELECTIONS API U. K .1 1 1 SUTtOKVILLS. i r u,l rutin. h.r. ILLINOIS. Tin1 uovon principal electrten! BOBS' hlm-n in Germany hare, with thrlr nfmini i Ananrlal nnd roust nict inn nm r.t!ilej. a tout capital at HO,1M,000. 8. C. T. Iimlil, who lias rpsiKnoti n eoneral Bollcltor of the Sian.fnril Oil Co., probably ilrew i h.- large It annual salary nf ar.y Individual In ihe I'nitod States 1250,000. Democrats Carry the Chicago May oralty; St. Louis in Doubt. the election in st. louis. ; WANTED TO KILL GOV, HOCH BOTH HARD FOUGHT BATTLES A policeman of South Shields, Ens ground up a clay pipe, administered the powder as an emetic to a Kirl who had taken poison and so saved her life. r of Do- Itr-aultN I IIImohH i Hitprla in Kiiiimi. roni liHcrinr IV Siirhere The total losses In the linssn-.Tapnn. ese war have not been officially stated, but from the most reliable unofficial accounts they will amount to at least 870,nrwi men. Ambrose S. Ottey, an aged bla...

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