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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 January 1905

' '"' ' -' ,- - ... . , . ....... ., ,, ., . f ..' -, -' i ' . -'i.-.-.-.ihi.-....'j-.(...i , , VOL. X. NO. 46. - ASHTON. ILLINOIS, TIBURSDAY, JANUARY 5. 1905 WHOLE NUMBER 514. ONE THIRD OF A MILLION Is the Amount of Business Done by Ashton Business Men In ' ' 1904. MOVE 687 CARS OF GRAIN, MERCHAN DISE AND STOCK The Aaoait of Butlieu Dom . fey Aittoi mtfckutt Dnrlm 1904 It tk Greitest li Its Hiitory-Puturt Pro- . .. ptctl An Brliht. The year of 1904 which has just passed Into history has, Been one of the most successful to the bussiness men of Ashton. This success is not alone confined to to the business man, but to all classes in general, for the farmer has gathered immense crops and the prices have been good. The laboring man ha? alike shared in the profits of 1904, as labor has been plentiful and wages , have been very .good. The Christmas buying is usually indicative of what the years work has been and the trade this past season has been enormous. we are? writing tins article as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 January 1905

SOLACE IN NATUME. When fortune had no smile for you, and joy seemed out of reach, And you and happiness, alas! were very far apart, Did you ever stand at twilight on some quiet, ware-washed beach, And let the sea's soft monotone speak comfort to your heart? When, life had lost its savor. and chill disappointment fell On the cherished plan or project that you had gladly made, Did you ever bend your footsteps to some green and tranquil dell, Where the trees grow leaves for healing and birds slug unafraid? When death had cast Its shadow, and a loving voire was still That had been as tender music to the sunshine of your day, Did you ever take your sorrow to the moorland or the hill. And Jet the whispering breezes charm your bitter tears away? 'For nature, sweet in silence and passing . sweet iu' speech, Has a word for every trouble and balm for every smart; But to find her gifts of solace, which are well within our reach, We must come as trustful seekers and draw ever near her heart. f ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 January 1905

1 f SISTERS OF CHARITY Uses Pe-runa for Coughs, Colds, Grip and Catarrh A Congressman s Letter. CNcago. In every country of the civilized world cistern ot Charity are known, Not only do they minister to the spiritual and intellectual needs of the charges committed, to -their care, but they also minister to their bodily needs. With so many children to take care of and to protect from climate nnd disease, these wise and prudent Sisters have found Peruna a never failing safeguard. Dr. Hartman receives many - letters from Catholic Sisters from all over the United States. A recommend recently received from a Catholic institution in Detroit, Mich., reads as follows: Dr. S. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio: Dear Sir? "The young girl who used the Peruna was suffering from laryngitis and loss of voice. The result of the treatment was most satisfactory. She found great relief, and after further use of the medicine we hope to be able to say she Is entirely cured. " -Sisters of Charity. The young gir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 January 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE jiVLPH J. DEAN, V .-.pDITOR AND PUBLISHER. . fcBLISHD EV1?KY THURSDAY.;. Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, ' ' Illinois, as second-class inatter. .TELEPHONE NO. 65. .THURSDAY, AN. S, 190S. .OPERVlSOnS REPORT. .STATE OF ILLINOIS . Le County On Monday the fifth day of December A. D. 1904, the board of super1 ;isors of Lee County, Illinois, met at .the court house in the city of Dixon, pursuant to adjournment. Present, Honorable E. C. Parsons, chairman and the following members: James Kirby, A. J. Tomkins, J". M; Trostle, Jas. J. Wagner, Henry F. Geli.mt. M. A. Crawford. N. A. Courtritrht. W. H. Evards, W. C. Jones, Wm. Anderson, Janies P. Dunn, T. P, Lone, S. L. Shaw, Hugh McGuirk, Frank Keller; Henry Shippert. W. W. Harden, J. C. McCleary, Michael Snlli(van, Person Cheney, A. T. Tourtillott, E. U. L,auiD, . Li. nuus, ami Rogers. The report of the grand jury for the September term A. D. 1904, of the cir cuit court being reaa to ine oouiu, uu .motion of Supervisor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 January 1905

What Ptopk Jfre Doing. spent Friday John Charters 1 in Oregon. Conrad Krug- was at the county seat on Monday. Mrs. Martin Wagner was in Dixon Monday. Henry Gonnerman was a caller in Dixon Monday. Sweaters, worth 75 and $1.00 sale price 49 cents. Huether's W. A; Hunt was in Oregon, on business, Saturday. Several of our merchants are invoicing this week. Friend Smith and wife were at Watertown Monday. Lee county paid out $57 for wolf bounties in 1904. Underwear at your own price. " . Huether's A new piano has been placed in Rev. Schuster's home. Will Wiener was on the sick list the first of the week. M. D.' Smith was up from Dix on, Monday, on business. Miss Christine Wagner was a Franklin Grove caller Friday Vincent Arnould was a busi ness visitor in Dixon Monday. Mrs. Lewis Wood and son Fred were Chicago visitors Friday. Ernest Wiener, Sr., was a bus- ness visitor in Dixon Monday Win. Batchelor went to Dixon Monday, to serve on jury duty. Austin Bates visited his bro ther, James Bat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 January 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. m PiUiiL Jb'KUM GAS. HORSE 8AVE3 CHILDS LIFE. Ploks Tot Up from Cutter by Teeth Plaolng Her on Curb. A big, handsome jet black horse with a promptness and intelligence well nigh ha man rescued n child from a perilous po sition in ur-nha. Neb., and was reward ed with the Cheers of a large crowd of people who witnessed it. Little G-year-old Ruth O'Hara, carrying a doll in her arms, slipped and fell off the curb stone on iarnura street, alighting under the feet of the horse. The child's mother, realizing the perilous position into which the little one had fallen, became hysterical and excitedly called to passers-by to rescue her. Before anybody could respond to the-appeal, however, the horse moved back away from the child, being careful not to step upon her as he did so, and then, putting . his head down, grasped her skirts firmly with his teeth lifted her rlpnr ntf tha navaimint nnrl Nfkt Almost half the people "of Columb...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 January 1905

LLINOIS STATE ' w rhr riTTPBTH BY SYSTEM. feellbo? Confesses to Theft and Stolen Property la Recovered. :'. Buried treasure was unearthed in Lino.n Park, Chicago, the other night, and as two city detectives counted out more than $200 in cash and fingered a score f diamonds, Frank Barnsted, a bell boy, confessed how he and three companions fcad robbed hotel guests of. more than $1,000 in jewels and cash. , Following flie confession the police went to 204 Cass street, where the other three boys twere arrested. They gave their .names as John Kerr, Ernest Greenstcin and Chester Price. All are bell "boys. Th arrest of Barnsted was the result of the jobbery of Edward Combess, who also roomed at 204 Cass street. When taken into custody Barnsted confessed and offered to show the detectives where he tad hidden the money. Leading the officers to Lincoln Park, he threaded his ,way to the Eugenie street bridge, where te removed a stone from one of the -supports, reached in and withdrew a handfu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 January 1905

What Poph JJrc Doing, jjj (Continued from Page 5.) Calico, worth 5 and 6 cents, sale price 3, cents. Hiiethcr's John ietlie and Cliasj Black ,man of Sterling:, were up to see Samuel Zeller. 36-inch sU-irling-, worth 6 cents .sale price 2 cents. . jHuetlier's Joseph San ford and wife of Ei sburn cme Monday to visit ; few days with John Beahen and family. Ci C. Krugf of Laurens, Iowa, ias been visiting- relatives and friends here lately and will leave for hjs home to-morrow. Piano tuning-, action repairing- y,and ree-ulatiti"-. Orders left with II. Stephai will receive promt at .tention: P. H. Raffenberrer, .Co. ohone 153. Dixon 111. 4 'fejinis flannel, worth 6 and - .cents, sale price 4 cents. M. P. Thornton one of the members of the firm of Hart TJrlQTSTTTnffiTftn . if Ilerof! MlVill , Lake, Minnesota who has been spending- the holidays here with relatives, returned to his home Jast Tuesday. There are tunes when your shoes need repairing-, and when yu must have them repaired p. d. q...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 January 1905

IV f . I I V f I HE AZETTE VOL. X. NO. 47. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12. 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 515. THE NEW WATER SYSTEM TO ERECT A 40 FOOT STAND PIPE I G ASHTON Definite Plans Have Not Been Made but Work on the Plant Will Begin as Soon as Practical Since the Village Board ha? granted a franchise to Dr. H.. A Bremmer, to install a water plant in Ashton, he has been very, busy looking over plans and estimates and conferring with companies in regard to the project. , As yet nothing definite is decided and before work on the plant can be started, several important questions must be decided. ' At present there are three plans under '"consideration" add tilt! WJI1U1UI . tiim of the plant will depend largely on the location. , If satisfactory arrangements can he made, it is planned to have a 40-foot stand pipe erected anil it is whore this stand pipe is iodic located is the decisive point iu ttiiv liiulding of the water works. ThVhiil: would furnish the most suitable place as the h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 January 1905

''.V an 1 AAJJt Eiv 0 OVER NOR DENEEN'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS. Thee constitution provides that the Governor of the State shall at the comanencement of each session and at the dose of his term tf office, give to the General Assembly, information by Message of the condition of the State and shall recommend such measures as he shall deem expedient In compliance with this mandate Gov. Yates has submitted to you an able message bowing the prosperous condition of the State. It lias also been the custom for the Incoming Governor to deliver at his Inauguration an address suggesting Mich policies of legislation as he deemed expedient. In observance of this unbroken custom, I submit the following: Our State needs a compulsory primary law. Ill but four of our counties Is there aacb n law. In the other ninety-eight counties, the rules for conducting primaries are made bv the committees. In these, the committees have unlimited power the power of legislation, the power of administration and the power...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 January 1905

ROHED A CALIFORNIA LION, Hovel Manner in Which a Seven-Foot Animal Was Killed by Cowboy. A flk'Ut worthy of being recounted in any tnle of thrilling adventure wna enacted lust week on the Morrow ranch, which lies on the Mount Hamilton range extending from the observatory south for many miles. During the last month E. V. Robinson, . foreman of the ranch, had noticed that their young colts were decreasing in numbers with alarming rapidity. Ai .most every morning the mangled car cass of a colt would be found. Tracks around the slaughtered animals told the story of the mountain Hon.. A close watch was kept, but the depredations , continued as before and the lion evaded all efforts to kill him or drive him away. One morning Robinson, with a bunch of cowboys, was rounding up some stock In a remote section of the ranch when the dog with them started a large animal in "a thicket They tried to send the dag into the bushes, but he cowered away. Suddenly an immense California lion left the cov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 January 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE I1ALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVKRY THURSDAY. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. ,Oney?ar iHx months, 'Three months $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered At the postoffice in Ashton Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 1905. SUPERVISORS REPORT. lOontinfied from last week. The Printing- committee present (t)ieir report recnimendiiifr the allow jance of the following' claims, which said report is approved by. the board and the clerk' is directed to issue or ders as follows: P. F. Pettlbone & Co.. nt? co elks, i 66 do ptg recorders offs 67 60 do ptg Co elks offs 4 50 do ptg clr elks offs 2 "5 ytlo ptg clr elks offs 94 00 do supl co elks offs -5 00 .do ptg co treas offs 36 00 do ptg recorders offs 2 26 do pte co treas offs 22 00 Illinois Ptg Co.. elec sup ft 50 do 2 Hurds Statutes 10 00 do ptg clr elks offs S5 00 do ptg cir elks offs 1150 do ptg cir elks offs 51 00 K. Cfford, Sub papr Alms H do supl co elks offs 3110 It. F Shaw Pt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 January 1905

I What People JIre Doing. Remember Huether's Clearing Sale. Joe Gooch was a Dixon visitor Thursday. Hpo. Garrett made a business trip to Dixon Thursday. Caspar Krug and wife went to Dixon Friday. E. V, McGinty went to Chicago Saturday evening. W. J. Stevenson and wife went to Dixon Saturday. D. M. illmire and wife were in Dixon Thursday. New silk and. Mohair waists at V Huether's J. D. Baker and daughter were Franklin Grove visitors Monday rv,(fnrA Knnno and wife are the proud parents of a' daughter Miss Aleta Booth spent Saturday ..a CmHnv visiting- friends in Mill O Dixon. Journals, day books cash books and ledgers at the Gazette Book Store. Mrs.. Carl Kliebr was down Rm-helle Fridav. Xo visit relatives. V.p. Xfeister went over to Franklin Grve Saturday to at tend a funeral. Miss Pearl Reid, of Helvidere, came Saturday, to be the guest of Miss Eva Jones. John Beahcn and famnly went SfartuTc1.iv to vi-sit with' Mrs. Bt'ailitemV sister near P'oloi trfist week Mrs. Wesly Beach gave a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 January 1905

PORT ARTHUR TAKEN BY THE JAPS THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. POISOJS SQUAD WORK. UNDER EXPERIMENTS FOR ARTI FICIAL COLORING OF FOOD, Effect Upon System of Comnnen to Be Shown by Number of Volunteer Department Clerks Government Calls for Removal of Saloons. The so-called "poison squad," consist ing of Department of Agriculture clerks who have volunteered for service in car rying out the food preservative and coloring matter experiments of Chemist Wiley, are about to continue the experi ments until March, probably to ascertain the effects of artificial coloring of food on the system. It will then have a respite until the middle of April, when the work will be resumed and will continue until July 1. Although continuance of these experiments beyond that date has not been determined, it is probable that next year a similar squad will be engaged under the same strict rules to carry on experiments as to cold storage food products. These tests will be made to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 January 1905

(MESSAGE BY YkTESitg'EIUDJ HEAD, I RETIRING GOVERNOR ADDRESSES THE LEGISLATURE. I JEiMsj Document Covers the Executive vmad legislative Field in Which His L&danlnistration Has Partlcipated-LHes-lews Affairs of State. The message of Gov. Yates to the Eorty-fourth General Assembly covers e executive and legislative field in flrhlch his administration has participate led. For the most part his message deals Hvlth the same subjects of reform to which the party is committed, princiLpally a uniform primary election law aud 'the new Chicago charter. Following in ifoart is the message, which is of unuual length: I 'Gentlemen f the Forty-fourth General rssemoiy: In my measure of two years ago, ad (dressed to the fortv-thlrd general assent piy, i deemed it pest to can attention in ftnore or leas 'detail to practically each and nil of the State departments and their condition. One 'Of the reasons why I deemed t necessary 'to state In some detail the condition. of-the various depart...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 January 1905

Gardner's 1905 Sales. Jan. 16 John Crawford, 4 miles northeast of Monroe. Jan. 17 Lee (Jrimes, 2 miles south of Steward. Jan. 18 II. S. Keek, farm 2 miles north of Kochelie. Jan. 19 Mrs. Slaughter, 2 mile west of Rochelle. Jan. 23John Hacker, Steward, 111. Jan. 24 William Huhr, 2 miles southeast of Rochelle. Jan. 25 John Benson, 2 miles north of Creston. Jan. 26 Menne Boom Garden, Jmiles south of Lynnville. Jan. 27 Joseph Moffatt,2 miles southwest of Paw Paw. Short Horns and Pine Horses. Jan. 30 George Mink, 3 miles nortowest of Fairdale. Jan, 31 Martin Bros., 3 miles no' th of Lee. Terms; 81000 or over, two (2) per cent. Dd Not SuppreHS a Cough. When 3-ou have a cough do not try to suppress it, but remove the cause. The cough is only a symptom of some disease, and the disease is what you should cure, then the cough will stop of itself. The most common cause of coughing is a cold. Anodynes will promptly suppress the cough, and preparations containing chloroform, opium, etc., are use...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 January 1905

!(! 1 - I k' 'I FBE Ashton Gaz VOL. X. NO. 48. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19. 1905 WHOLE NUMBER 516. RESUME WORK There Are Dollars in the Milk Pail DO NOT THROltf THEM AWAY. Drilling the Water Well lor the C. i N'W Rapidly Progressing. A BREAK DOWN , CAUSES DELAY. When at Depth of 202 Feet One of the Polls break and Lets the Drill Fall to the Bottom of the Wen Special Tools Reaulrei From Chlcato. work has aerain resumed on the deep water well which is be . ing drilled for the Chicago & North western's new water plant. Wednesday Jan. 11, they were forced to shut down for sever.il days owing to the breaking of one of the poles. The pins of the bar broke as did a part -of the drill and it left the bar, which is ; twenty-sever! feet in length and the drill which is three and onehalf feet long, in the well, a depth of 202 feet. v T,- Nirklpq. he foreman of the drillers had to go to Chicago and have special tools made to get the drill out. A hook was made and let down...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 January 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. jfiND mmm heir. FORTUNE AWAIT8 BOY WHO DR1VE8 GRAVEL WAGON. George Wilson Ran Away from Home Last March to Enter iife More to ' Hia Liking-Jail for Man Who Aided Friend in Escaping;.. With about $25,000 waiting for him; George L. Wilson, 18 years old, of Madi son, Kan., has been driving a gravel wagon in Plainfield, 111., while a private detective, spurred on by the promise of $600 reward, has been searching for him. Wilson was a farm boy, and although his father was worth more than $125,000, he had never had the chance to live as he wished. Last March he ran away. In July Wilson's father died, and J. T. Rosebrook offered a reward of $500 for the missing boy. Detective Luddig trac ed Wilson from Madison, Kan., through Kansas City to Plainfield, III., where he was working for a contractor. Wilson was very much surprised when told of the fortune, and at once arranged to re turn to his home. HELPS FRIENDS TO ESCAPE. Now Ph...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 January 1905

(UNO STATE CAPITOL BUILDING. f dlfice Where C 8. Deneen W1W Bit as Governor for Four Years. The capitol in which Gov. Charles S. Jleueen will sit as chief executive during the next four years is the fifth the State lima lind. Ground was broken for the building March 11, 1808. While still un--fiuishcd it was occupied in 1876, but the .structure was not completed until 1888, twenty-one years after the first appropriation was passed and the building authorized. The total cost of the structure .and the improvement of the eight and STATE CAPITOL BUILDING. one-half acres it occupies was $4,000,(000. The building is in the form of a .Latin cross, of . the composite order of architecture, the outer walls of the sup erstructure being of limestone. The maximum of the building from north to soutli "is 379 feet and from east to west MVS feet. The height from ground line to top of dome is 361 feet and to tip of flagstaff 405 feet. The Governor's suite .of rooms is on the second floor on the nort...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 January 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AKD PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY. TERMS OF Sf ASCRIPTION. One year Six months, Thre months $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoftice in Ashton, ,' Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THUKSDAY, JAN. 19, 1905. SUPERVISORS REPORT. Continued from last week. J;ime Klrbv Hoe co farm 00 . Wm. Fenton mdse co farm 8 15 JPhilin Clark mdse co farm 23 58 P. C, Vaughn mdse co farm 4" 00 Philip Clark mdse co farm in 00 Dan Donovan meat co farm H 40 Jacob Wohnke mdse co farm 6 00 do mdse co farm 22 W T. H. Howard work at co farm 00 James H. Thompson vd co farm 45 50 'Vail & O'Mally mdse co farm S 75 John Flannagan corn co farm 6 25 W. C. Jones mdse co farm W 88 V. H. Kump corn sold co farm 4S5 00 W, J. Bittman mdse co farm 19 15 E. N. Howell Hdw Co mdse co farm 12 15 Oeo. Weyant & Son meat co farm 00 01 Wa'trrppn. Davis Drilff Lo. nldtse CO farm . 14 So iT, W. Bennett whitewashing buildings at co farm 3 5o fO. ...

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