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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 7 April 1905

A GREAT MEDICINE BRINGS IIEALTH TO THREE MEMBERS OF SAME TAMILY, Cam Wife' ivhiniy Alter Malaria, a Basbaad'i itiH-mimtUm, n itiuRhti-r. Nervous 1'rn.ttrntlnn. "I have rooommsndod Pr. Willinms' Pink Pilli ti) many people)" Hnil Mrs. QoMetti, " becftUM I lmvo ieen luohgood results, tinio nflcr time, riht in niyowu fainily. Tlici o are tlirooof us who lmva no doubt ftbottl I heir merits. Wo do not ueed to talc. Mtybodjf'twovd on the huIiJeot for our own experience hns taught ua how well they deaerve pro so. " It whs just about ten yrnrs nRO lint I first read about Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and bought Wy first box. I was at tlutt tinio all run down, weak, norvous and without ambition. I hod been dOO toting all Rummer for malaria and Btomaoh trouble Everybody thought I was going into consumption, as my mother had died of that (f.iseate, Thanks to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, I am now niivo and hearty I began 10 Improve ns soon as I began totako tlieiu, ami when I had taken three boxes X WW...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 7 April 1905

m J.T.COX U. I). 31EKK Come reason with u R CORRESPONDET ! It' you are from Missouri WE'LL SHOW YOU Shoes, Dry Goods, Groceries, Lamps, Chinawure, Tinware, Lanterns and all kinds of Fancy Notions Sox & Meek, trimble PHONE Central 0 1 PURITY FLOUR Special Brand of the HutsQiiviile 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, BOYLL Si mm. C G. R. CHAMBERS, Well Drilling and Supplies a Mv ontflr rlrills a hole from $ 5 to 8 inches in diameter. I do good work and my prioes are reasonable. ALSO : I am agent for pnnips and power including tile celebrated Weber Gasoline Engine. Patronage solicited, C. J4. Chambers, Piion-i: 41-H HCTSONVILI.E The combination sale Tuesday afternoon attracted quite a number of people who when they had voted watched the sale. Not a large enough number of articles were brought in to make the sale a large one. Light bread is dige...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 14 April 1905

The Huxsom ILJLE H ICR A LI), VOLUME FOURTEEN IIUTSONVf LLE, CRAWFORD COI ! Sttt ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, APRIL 14. 15)05 NUMBER 24- PAINT put on your house bain or fence is not. a luxury only but absolute economy la found by applying such paint as time and weather will not destroy in a short time. Knowing that the cost of first class paint is much less expensive to (he user than many of the cheap brands on the market we have ,v for the past eight years sold tho ""' - - mni.fa-wt Harrison Town and Country Paint which we have found very satisfactory and we take pleasure in recommending the same as being as good as can be bought. For Bams "d Fences we have the PITKEN'S PAINT which is guaranteed to last Five Years. We sell this at 75c a gallon I OR Aetal R ETAL I VOOFS We have the Genuine Rubber Roof Paint Nothing better made to prevent rust INSEED AND HARD OIL AND VARNISH stains, and all kinds of Wagon and Buggy Paint. We make a speciality of BUILDING HARDWARE and PAliNT. DON'T FORGET IT, we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 14 April 1905

THE HERALD. TOM 9, IRtk MUtor Ssri I'ubtlihrn HUTSON V I I.LE. l l ILLINOIS, Prussian loRlsliihire passed an n ri'"prlution of 179,500,000, ilkd tot by the gownmgnt, to build canal?. rnpif who so barefooted and thosi lio wpar sandals Instead of shoos, i Is said, rnivlv htre adds In the hen,, or any form of influenza. A recent mechanical wonder Is A telegraphic Instrument which sends l.ooo words a minute over lines 1,000 miles In lensth. A human operatoi can trnnswlt 50 words a minute. The Hrftish commercial npent In Russia reports that the laying of a eecond track on the Transbalkal Imp of Iho Siberian railroad will require over (9,000 tons of it eel rails, costing about 1,?50,000. A clergyman returned from Manila lectured In San Francisco the othet day. He snld that in a municipal parade in .Manila among the processionists was a company of city ratcatchers, who marched trap in hand. A vein of silver has been discovered on lands north of Massey and the Bruce nines, near North Hay, O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 14 April 1905

DYSPrPSlA YIELDSISGLONS PLAN TO QUIT A NINE TEAES' VICTIM FINDS A EEMEDY THAT CURES. For Tiro Team Too Weak toWorli A Dozen loctor Hud Tried 1o Cheek DlMMfi Treatment That Siieeeedcd. All Bttfforen from woaknou or elisordors of the digestive organs will read with lively interest the story of tho complete recovery of Mrs. Netilio Darvmix from chronio dyspepsia which was thought to bo incurable " To bo ailing for nino years is not a very pleasant experience," said Mrs. Darvoux, when nsked for some account of her illness. " For two years I was critically ill and could not atteud to my household duties, and at one time I was Bo weak and miserable that I could not even walk. My troublo was chronio dyspepsia. I beciamo extremely thin and bad a sallow complexion. I had noappotilo and could not take any food without suffering great distress." " Did you have a physician?" " Yes, I took medicine from a dozen different doctors, but without getting any benofit whatever." " How did you get on th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 14 April 1905

. J.T.COX Come reason U. D, MEEK with us If you are from Missouri WE'LL snow you Shoe, Dry Goods, Groceries, Lamps, Chinnware, Tinware, Lanterns and all kinds of Fancy Notions Cox & Meek, trimble PHONE Central THE HERALD, UUTSONVll-LE, ILL. TOM s. aI'Uak, Editoring' Proprletot Phone 30. I' RIO AT, APRIL 14, 190ft. m 'our I CORi:;i3POMDENTS Kit ten leeou I tit Hit' potb I BllH in iMi rtlre at Hlltaoimlk-. 1)1. . PURITY FLOUR Special Brand of the Hutsonville Roller Mills The best Boor, Our Purity Brandt made from selected winter wheat. FLOUR nnd MEAL. We also do a general FEED GRINDING BUSINESS. Soliciting your patronage, BOYIiL & SON. I I I f HiH i t-f-i tfff; :-.-; f ( - - t Hollow Concrete Building Blocks I Cost no more than to build with, -i The Pantheon i li v other ! ook hotter, proof, - bar material. easier tire proof, - frost labsorilitloa prtM,ltJOpvr jresr, in s4ranos nx initntllit, (10 ,'Ih. ; three ninntlni. d. A weekly inper inilillxlit'it every Fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 21 April 1905

The VOLUME FOURTEEN 1 HlITSON IXE H I I. ICR A LI ). IICTSONVIIjLE, CRAWFORD COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, APRIL 31, 1905 NUMBER 25 BUSIER BROWN BLUB -RIBBON mms For Boys and Girla IN OUR BUGGY TRADE this spring lias boon very good, much better Ulan any your up to this time We have sold eleven single buggies and one surrey this spring which has so broken our stock that wo have placed our orders with the factory for another BIG SHIPMENT which will be in in a short time We take great pleasure in recommending the ANCHOR BUGGIES and absolutely guarantee that there are m:ie better made We have put extra help OUR HARNESS We will try to supply you promptly with the very ness that good material and skilled labor can produce WE WANT YOUR TRADE want you to see Our New Spring Samples cf Made to Measure Suits. No Hand me Downs Go. Save You Money and Guarantee Fit. ' J- See Onr New Line of Spring Shoes in Tttn, Patent, Colt, Vioi, Valour, Oxford and Buls We sell Hats, Gloves, Overalls, Waists, Pants...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 21 April 1905

THE HERALD. TOMS, mum: Mlto iii.l l'abllih.r. HUTSOXVILLE. i I ILLINOIS. The discovery has boon matlo thai (tooI pnpor can !o produced frOED th( refuse hups that hithorto have beer thrown nway in breweries. Trials are now bfttug niaile in the Herman army as to whether the blue sml dark uniforms of the infantry had hotter be substituted by sray elothe:;. The elty of Ilrrnien has junt nefo ttated a loan of IT.OOO.OOO. to be v ponded for harbor iniprovetueutB and itension of the city's water works and electric lightinc plants. The nvorage height of a man isfound by A. Dastre to have continued the same for thousands of years, as shown in primitive man. prehistoric man and historic man. The great size of anoiont man Is imaginary. The national plant garden near Chieo, Cal., has received from Japan a large shipment of plants and bulbs consisting of bamboo, the Japanese salad p'ant, ornamental lily seeds Japanese paper plant, cherry trees anc orange trees. MEMBERS PLAN TO GET EVEN WITH SENA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 21 April 1905

HOW HE GOT RID OF HIS OBSTINATE MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM. Mr. Jones Tell, of tlln Wny by Whloh He Tm ,(. ,1 linn. II SiircpMfully in ii JJocturii Failed. Six jihysiriniis, all of them goodi onoof them a ipeolalirti Iml dono their best for Mr. Jones at different times during tln-eo years, and (it ill ho suffered fear fully from tho tortures of rheumatism Tho rheumatism tlmt had been dor. mant in his system was suddenly brought to au neuto Bingo by exposuro while. h was drawing toe m February lilOl. From that time on for a period of more, than throo years ho was a COU stunt sufferer. Ho tried mony liindsof troutniout, but the rheumatism wouldn budgo. Wheu regular doctors failed and ono remedy after another proved useless, ninny said: "I should think bo Would give it rtp and save his money Of his condition tit this time, Mr, Jones says : " My rheumatism started in my right thigh, but in time it ap poured in every luuselo of my body. lost tho uso of my left arm en tirely and nearly lost tho ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 21 April 1905

J.T.COX G.D.MEEK Come reason with w O THE HERALD, HOTBONVILLE, ILL. TOfl S. tPGAR, Editor and Proprietor. Phono 30. It' you ;ire from Missouri WE'LL SHOW you Shoes, Dry Goods, Groceries, Lamps, Chinaware, Tinware. Lanterns and all kinds cf Fancy Notions Cox & leek, trimble PHONE Central OUR CORRESPONDENTS FRIDAY, APRIL L906. Bntoml M the poitofflc Li leeond claw matter in iiiit"i'u tile l I PURITY FL j Special Brand of the a OUR ! utsonvme Holler Mills The bcsl flour, Our Purity Brand, made from selected winter wheat. FLOUR and MEAL. We also do a general FEED GRINDING BUSINESS. Soliciting your patronage Y:;Y1, & T SubMiiptfon prtoei ll.Ouaer yoar 111 auviintte i v months, do ctr. : three month, w ott, A weekly paper pitbH.hetl every Fritlny. AdrertUlug ratei ainde known on npplloa. Not a Christian but Ghrlitltke When ii certain gentleman, who I nrn happy to say, resides in Untiouvllle, ROted In the role of peacemaker between two of his friend! whom he suppose...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 28 April 1905

The Hutsonville Herald. VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSONVILLE, CUA WEOKI) COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, APUIE 28, 1905 NUMBER 'Hi Lawn Mowers 2.85 3.85 5.00 7.50 Every one the best value for the price asked A Good Line for You to Pick From Bicycles $15 to 23 In our bicycle shop you can get your wheel fixed by a man that knows how SMIPPINI a 5I0HING READY FDR USE CAN BE SET UP OR FOLDED WITHOUT REMOVING A BOLT, Lawn Swings are used for comfort The "Myers" is very roomy, has a flexible back and is well-made Come in and get one, they cost only 7.00 GUNS. CROQttT SETS BASE SAi.L GOODS, FISHING TACKLE & MUSCRAVE BROS. CENTER OP MEAT SUPPLY THE OLD RELIABLE MEAT MARKET has grown and grown Mid grown until it has become THE CENTER OF MEAT SUPPLY- A. B. UOOLVER TON PHONE S2 Jjiliii" 'WNHlnHlJIlHI 11 i'llllWIHMfc I i Something Jree goes with each one of my hats. Ir is the Indefinable characteristic that makes them look stylish, and stylish any place. This quality is not always Been in hats boug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 28 April 1905

I THE HERALD. TOM , Al . in. Editor and 1'ublUhaa, BUTS0XV1LLS. t PJUWOH (.centring at Ilcrlln. Prof. Vnn Han' Mnann scouted the Idea that cancer Is on tho increase. Tlio qmcn (f Holland has given S60.000 francs for the erection of a hospital for eripplfld children. A bell weiBhliiR no less than 22 ton baa been Installed In the Church of I'oetir .Instis, in Paris. Tlila bell H runs by electricity. Without losing a single nnlmal seven shepherds recently drove a flock of 14,000 sheep from Mailmen, In Ooeenslanrt. to Nabrt. In New South V ales, a distance of 900 miles. According to document! found In the archives of Genoa, the discovery of America by Columbus cost a little over $7,000. The fleet of Colombo was worth about $3,000. His salary was $200 a year. Paderowski, during his recent seaeon in San Francisco, sold his slpna lures at $1 each, with a bar or two of music at $2. toward hta share of tin fund for the erecilon of a rnanument to Chopin In Poland. In ISO? tho government of Ru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 28 April 1905

THE TEACHER'S FOE A LIFE ALWAYS THREATENED BY NERVOUS PROSTRATION. One Who rirnke Down from 81x Tears of Overwork Tells How Ska Ksraped Mlsory of Enforced'ldlcneHi. ! "I Iinii been teaching in the city Schools steadily for six years, "snid Miss James, whose recent return to the work from which sho was driven by nervous collapse has attracted attention. "They were greatly overcrowded, especially in tlio primary department of which I had charge, and I had been doing thowork of two teachers. Tlio strain wns too mueh for my nerves and two years ago the crisis came. " I was prostrated mentally and physically, sent In my resignation and never exported to bo nblo to resume work. It seemed to 1110 then that I wns tho most miserable woman on earth. I was tortured by nervous headaches, worn out by inability to sleep, and had so little blood that I was as whito ns chalk. "After my active lifo, it was hard to bear idleness, and terribly discouraging to keep pnying out tho savings of years for m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 28 April 1905

o J.T.COX 0. D.. KEEK Come rcsition with us If you are from Missouri WE'LL SHOW YOU Shoos, Dry' Goads, Groceries, Lamps, Chinaware, Tinware. Lanterns and all kinds of Fancy Notions Cox & Meek, trimble PHONE Central THE HERALD, HUTSONVILLE, ILL. TOM S. APG.M, Editor and Proprietor. Phone 80. jjjj OUR CORRESPONDENTS j FRIDAY. APRIL 88, lWOii. Entered at tin- pOttotBOe at Hutsonville, ;is iMond ion, omttor. uueerlptlon priodi ll.QQpdr year, in advance us monthtt 60 otit t tbree months H flkt i A weekly paper pRbllatWl every Friday. ak ei ti.-iiift rata Dilute known on appiira. 1 1 mi. Every tiling new In Wall Albvrtv'a. I I PURITY FLOUR Special Brand of the Hutsonville Holler Mi The hest flour. Our Purity Brand, made from selected winter wheat. FLOUR m l MEALWe also do a general I FEED GRINDING BUSINESS. $ Soliciting your patronago, ROYLEa &, SOW. 0 a I il i. u 1 I I I I i I I I Hi f-e S- J 1 1- S- r if S t-1 Z i i f I- - f t S- low Concrete a. i. si Ai it. i i ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 28 April 1905

Supplement to the Hutsonville Herald Hutsonville, Illinois, April S8, 1905 Somebody Write to Them A bachelor friend of ours, being naturally timid where girls or women are concerned, came to us the other day for assistance in a very delioate matter. While in his boat on the river he pioked up a floating bottle which contained two notes which we publish verbatim ana request the nelp of our mends in deciding the question. One note reads : Dear Friend York, 111., Mar. 23, 1KX. who kettcliea thin I want to answer. Age II. 1 am light uonplexioneil. Agne Prltobard The other reads : York Mar 23 1900 Age 10 Dear Kncncl who kettehes this 1 want to nnswer Dagincr Keller I am like Compleomteri. Now if any one will write to these love-lorn lassies I am snre they will appreciate the letters ; and they may be gratefully remembered when the girlB are older. Report of Treasurer of Tillage of Hutsonville. MONEYS RECEIVED AND FROM WHAT SOURCES Money on hand at beginning of year $1186.91 May 10 O. Q. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 5 May 1905

' ' ' The V A - w. twit f H HERALD VOLUME FOURTEEN HUTSOXVILLE, CRAWFORD COUNTS, I1LJNOI8, F RIDAY, MAY 5, 1905 NUMBER 2 If SEED WHIP-POOR-WILL AND BLACK-EYE MILLET PURE GERMAN MILLET, VERY CLEAN Our prices are right, don't put off buying too long, later we may not be able to supply you 2 a a The We have sold five this season but still have a number on hand. Judging from the last two years' experience, when we were unable to supply them late in the season, we ask you to buy early be- ,Jbrc they are a!4gone. WE WILL SHOW YOU this season the biggest and best line of cultivators ever shown in Hutsonville ffifff want you to Our New Spring Samples of Made to Measure Suits. No Hand me Downs Go. Save You Money ami Guarantee Fit. Soe Our New Line of Sprint: Shops in- Tan, Patent, Oolt, Viei, Valour, Oxford and Bals We sell Hats, Gloves, Overalls, Waists, Pants, Underwear, Suspenders, Neckwear, Hosiery and Notions at priees to save you money. A full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Bacon,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 5 May 1905

THK HERALD. TOH S. KI'l.lH. I'.li1.riiml l'nl.1 HITSONVII.l.lv ILLINOIS. Almost pvory BOOM in Sinm po esses a loom, lurnini; out Biifflclenl cloth for its own ni-eds. The nritish war OfflC has deeltntd to allow thp Irish Quirdl' hand to visit tho cities of the United States Lewis nail, who died at Tolgnmotltb r.ns. in his fcjtli year, a few days aso. went on tho stage "t tho ago of S and retired only seven years nso. A curiosity to he seen at ncilin Is a pair of curtains made of champagne corks, each cork hemp still covered try the gilt paper associated with the brands. Experiments art rapid telegraphic Paris and London. 40,000 words can an hour. being made with ipparatui between It is claimed that be transmitted in Turkish women do not conic Into control of their private fortunes until after marriage. Then they ran dispose of one-third of it without the husband's consent. While working on the teeth of a civil war veteran named Reese, at Ottawa. Kan., the dentist fouud a oneounce Ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 5 May 1905

Indian Iload, N. W. T., Jan. 20, 1904. Immigration Branch, Department ol tho Interior, Ottawa, Canada: Am sending yon tho return of two fields oi wheat grown on my home farm last year. These returns nre perfectly accurate, and not over estimated. I summer-fallow about one-third of my farm every year, and afterward take off two crops and summer-fallow again. Tho summer-fallow Is ploughed twice during the summer, first shallow afterwards deep and no weed allowed to grow. Tho stubble is left as long as possible when cutting the first crop, and is burned the following spring, drilled directly afterwards, and harrowed after drilling. This gives much better result than fall ploughing. Field No. 1. Quarter-section fallowed 1903, yield 37 bushels per acre, This wheat is netting at present tlm 88c per bushel. Per Per aero, aero. For 37 bushels $32.61 Coat of summer fallowing in 1D03 J4.20 Seed wheat and seeding 1.60 Harvesting 65 Threshing (owner's machine), 2c per bu 74 Hauling to elevators...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 5 May 1905

cox Come reason 'aLt: x& THE HERALD, eacraMg G D MEEK ! HUTSONVILLE, ILL. I W Cattle Wantcl Tobacco Tatrs Wanted j J A COfMrLCI C bTOCK OF J J ' j M ,. al JTHK y RELIABLE MEAT MARKET f With IIS 'if RTi) , V" may a ' iBof S GHMpERY, CONFECTIONERY AND gt ' - hhuav mai ... ii)or. Z liKSTITiT S r J I you are from Missouri , " , , , i ,H ., S ( Lumber, Lath, Hi mules. Lime, ,.. ...... Kiitevwi t tho ponionine HbmobtHIo. til., HJi.Killed Meat Staple aud Fonoy Grooenes W , , ., - , WB LL MIOW Ol MMoondoiBH matter. n,uf X f Cement, Coal, Doors and has 1. J l ,Mni,o.,.1.cr,c.1..nivMei g , , Longest and Best-Filled Lunch Counter in the HUUUere supplies Ot all kinds i Uix mouths, to Ms.; tluw months. socw. ttfl , Town or the County A 5 ahvavs oij hand at S C A wenKty paper piihllHhoil every rrttlny. fta VI itvcrtiinB rates imide known on ttppllaa. T ' i I'TMCITllI A I i I m lector Preih Bread Dally 9 ! ' j jg Sale Uavet for 20c f i&SlltiSi rrrrrr ? THF .1 M M'NIITT IIIM...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hudsonville Herald — 5 May 1905

Supplement to the Hutsonville Herald HutHOnville, Illinois, May 5, J!M)i A Familiar Figure (inne At his home in Annapolis Felix S. Boyll died Inst Friday of complication of diseases. Mr. Boyll was born Dec. 14, 188(i and died April 28 11(05. He was one of eleven oblldreu of whom four brothers and two sisters survive him. He was married Jan. 11, 1805 to Margaret Barbee. To this union three c hildren were born two of whom, with his wife, survive him, Mrs. Claudia Price and J. A. Boyll who resides here. Mr. Boyll operated a flooring mill at Annnpolia for several years and was a progressive oitizen. He united with the Second Prairie Creek church in Vigo county, Ind., at the age of 18 years and was conscientious in the discharge of his christian duties. The funeral was conducted at the home Sunday afternoon by the Rev. Unstot of W. Vir.i after which the remains were laid to rest in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. A friend pays this tribute to lit memory: "To those who knew him best 'his life ...

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