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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 January 1905

What People Jre Doing. Today is January 19. ' . Cut prices on sleds, The Racket li u. ii. sasman visiteu in uixot '"' Sunday, Isaac Trask was a Dixon caller Monday. Mrs. Thad. Smith was in Dix on Monday. . Remember our Clearing- Sale Huether's M. M. Billmire went to Har mon Tuesday. Phillip Erich and wife have a baby daughter. Mrs Albert Chambers spent ' Saturday in Rochelle. Elton Luckey returned Satur day from a trip to Oh io. 72-inch Table Linen SO cents Huether's Laundry soap 11 for 25c. 1 box 6f 100 bars $2.25. The Racket. u ,; Robt. Knapp and J. M. Trostle were visitors in Paw Paw Friday. Mrs. Geo. Newcomer of Frank lin Grove was in town Saturday Win.. E. Trein spent Sunday at trte home of his mother in Dixon Coony Kllebe has been putting up 12-inch ice for the meat mar ket. Chas. Hunt was over to Oregon last week, attend inr court us baliff. 1 Otto Wetzel! lias been out from Chicago to visit his uncle Martin Krug. , Joe VVetzel and Del. Knapp shipped hugs, to Chicago last wee...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 January 1905

SHEEP OR COW3. When one has to run his (arm with little efficient help, especially during haying, harvest and stacking seasons, he Is not slow In appreciating the difference between his cows and sheep. During those times his sheep are taking care of themselves, leaving him all his time to devote to other work, while his cows require his attention for a couple of hours morning and evening. Sundays and rainy days are just the same. After one has stacked grain for ten or twelve hours, milked ten to thirty cows, separated the milk, , fed calves and done -oTaer small chores he is pretty near ready to go to bed. There la not one in ten of the transients that come out to the Dakotas to faarvest, who can or will milk, and most of them are not fit to do It. We keep thirty cowe, worth, say $1,000 which bring in about ;i,000 a year. It takes ona man's time the year round to take care of and provide lor them. It takes five tons of hay, or its equivalent, to feed them; then the pasture aud cost ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 January 1905

JlMm ii FROM CURED Plain Subject in Plain Language. The coming winter will on use nt least one-half of the women to have catarrh, colds, coughs, pneumonia or consumption. Thousands of women will lose their lives and teus of thousands will ucquire some chronic ailment from which they will never recover. Unless you take the necessary precautions, the chances are that you (who KEEP PERUNA IN THE HOUSE read this! will be oue of the unfortunate ones. Little or no risk need be run if Peruna is kept in the house and at the first appearance of any symptom of catarrh taken as' directed on the bottle. Peruna is a safeguard, n preventative, specific, a cure for till cases of catarrh, acute and chronic,' coughs, colds, consumption, etc. For free medical advice, address Dr. 8. B. Hartman, President of The Hartninn Sanitarium. Colnmhn. Ohio. ' Mr. Chamberlain's Command. The latent anecdote concerning William Waldorf Astor refers to a certain dinner party given by the Anglicised American at which ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 January 1905

I PROBATE COURT Estate of Conrad v J. Mocller, deceased. Exceptions U report of sale of real estate sustained, .and sale is disapproved. Uive given to amend petition for svile .and order for re-sale. Inventory filed by conservator ,of A. Heal approved. Estate of James ifyle, deceas ed. Report of sale of real estate ..disapproved. i' -j Estate of Dolly p. Anderson, deceased. Will is proven and admitted to record. Virgil B. Antrim is appointed administrator with the will annexed under bond ,f $1,000. . Estate of Mary Miller, deceased. Claim of Lucretia Iletleral- : lowed for $100 Estate of Alexander Wise, de- . (Ceased. Sale of real estate to pay debts approved, and conveyance rldered. " Claim of W. II. Winn for $35 allowed in estate of Catherine Jiyan, deceased. instate or Maggie iienry, cie ,ceaseu. Leuers testamentarv is sued to Xavier F. (leliant and August r. Gehant, executors .named in will, under S12.000 bonds. . Claims allowed as follows in es tate of Sarah J. Hutton, deceas e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 January 1905

1 ' J A, (if. .(i'iV . . ' t-.-v it i., , If? ..... ! VJ'-' ASHTGtf GAZETT 1?i J HE VOL. X. NO, 49. COURT IS BUSY The Circuit Court Room Crowded With. Spectators at Dixon. TUi Setsioi of the Circuit Coart Tklt Term Hu Bfl Very Buy Heariof Crtnilaal Cetes. Twe at for Murder. This week has been a' very busy one in the court r Dixon. The -jury, after being put from 8 o'clock on Saturday night until 2:10 o'clock Sunday morning agreed on the verdict in the case of Dr. Wade D. Stevens of - Paw Paw,, indicted for the murder of Alina Barnhart, of "Willow Creek township,, the fol lowing- being1 rendered by the jury, on the eighteenth ballot 'We, the jury, find the defend ant Wade Di, Stevens, iruilty of the crime of abortion," The penalty for this crime in not less than, one, nor. more than ten year, in the staie'sjuiaaa All the attorneys having cases in this term of court were instruct ed by Judge Farrand to appear at 1:30 Monday afternoon and arrange dates or the hearing of a.ses. ' Tho-or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 January 1905

A WINTER MORN. A Winter morn: The snow lies white Karth's garments, woven in the night, Above the purple wooded hills The sun steals up and softly spills 'Adown the vale his golden light. Like phantoms of the azure height . Vrail cloud-forms in their filmy flight Seem gazing on the grace that fills A winter morn. Athwart the land in vesture bright The river seeks its course to write. Hushed are the brooks whose vernal trills Shall wake the golden daffodils To happy fields that now invite A winter morn. National Magazine. Ait t iti i it. ft, ,, t Id - -- -.. --. -- .-- TtTtTTTTTT K V I I I V I T r i 1 LETTER 11 IIS RESULT. O that's the way the land lies, is it?" asked Ivy Lyle. The sensitive face under the big, 'rose-ilned suubat was very white. Her Hips quivered a little. The hands that laeld the vagrant sheet trembled. ' "I thought," said the girl to herself, .'"I hadn't begun to core in that way. 'I was only becoming attracted. But the shock the disillusion " When she had started ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 January 1905

CAUGHT BY THE CRIP - RFI FASFIV RY PF-RU-NA La Grippe Is Epidemic Catarrh. IT spares no class or nationality. The cultured and the ignorant, the aristocrat and the pauper, the masses and the classes are alike subject to la grippe. None are exempt all are liable. Grip is well named. The original French term, la grippe, has been shortened by the busy American to read "grip." Without intending to do so, a new word has been coined that exactly describes the cnse. As if some hideous giant with awful grip had clutched us in its fatal clasp. Men, women, children, whole towns and cities are caught in the baneful grip of a terrible monster. Have you the grip? Or, rather, has the grip got you ? If so, read the following letters. These testimonials speak ' for themselves as to the efficacy of reruns in cases of la grippe or its after-effects: A Southern Judge Cured. Judge Horatio J. Goss, Hartwell, Ga., writes: "Some five or six years ago I had a ery severe spell of grip, which left me With sy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 January 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH t. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PtfHLISHEO' KVKKV THURSDAY. TRKM9 OF SI'IISCHJI'TION. One year pix inontlts, Three months $1.00 .50 Entered at the postofik-e in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 1905. SUPERVISORS REPORT. Continued from last week. The finance committee present their report to the board, stating that they have examined the accounts of the county treasmer and find the same to he as follows: RECEIPTS. 1904 jSept. 4 Balance forward from . last report . " U For Thox. Cunningham V"k heir Owen Cunningham ' VT Clyde Wicher, sale of pnl and )d of inuales " Error in reporting payment of delinquent tax list 1001 $ 1C m as 00 18. 00 IDS 10 y Total receipts up to and Inrludr Jiecemlier 1st 1M)I EXI'JSNIUTUKKS 116 811 33 10O1. pec. I Error in charting Co,, Tax of ICOJ f 650 33 Krror In charging re port of fees sa 18 Iee Co bond interest (Union State Bank) I 355 00 bounty orders )0 000 00 Jury ctfs (ct court) , r....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 January 1905

II -it tMmMMMMmWMimMMMMMMM What People Jln 'Doingi Henry Stephan went to Chica go Tuesday to buy a car load 6f) furniture for his store. . Huether's sale continues. Geo. VanNess visited in Dixon Friday.Fred : Wood spent Friday 'm Chicago. Ray Jennings went to Rochelle Saturday. Mrs. F. II. McDerraont spent Friday in. Chicago. W. J. Stevenson went to Chi cago Monday morning. F..S. Hart shipped cattle to Chicago Monday night. Miss Eva Anderson spent Thursday evening in Dixon. Miss Eva and Minnie Moon spent Thursday in Rochelle. . 36-inch sheeting 3 -cents-. Huether's " Elton Luckey was a passenger from the west Saturday noon. Mrs. F. D. Lehman of Franklin Grove was in town Eriday. Guy Shottenkirk was hom from Morrison a couple days recently. Tennis Flannel, 4, 7 and 8 cts. Huether's Mrs; Hi Ji Hurd and daughter! Hazel visited inRochelle Friday. Henry Stevenson visited last week at Neporwet and Kewance. Win. E. Troin and - Wm. Schade went to Chicago Tuesday. A bill is before congress t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 January 1905

tHE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAIM, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. YAQU1 INDIANS SLAY. SHOTS FOB, THE CZAR PASS OVER PALACE WHfcRE HE 18 WORSHIPING. CHICAGO MEN ARE KILLED INTERIOR OF MEXICO. IN Telegram Bring Tiding of Massocra of Mining Kxpert and Party by BclI "erent Tribe -Wealthy Man Makes Gift of $l,0OO,000 to Relatives. Ws lias reached Chicago that John Jv. Mackenzie, expert mining engineer, unc a well-known Chicago society and club man, had been killed by the Ynqui Italians, thirty-five miles east o Torres, Province of Sonora, Mexico. In the massacre Dr. Robert C. Coy, a Chicago dentist, who accompanied Mr. Mackenzie, who had gone to Mexico to examine a gold -wine, was also killed, together with several guides, believed to have been t""'" sowiers. Information regarding the nature of the attack by the hostile ; Hurtling Shrapnel from Russian Fort Crash Through Palace Windows During Beligioua Ceremony Ruler's Nar row Escape St. Petersburg Alarmed, A desperate effort to assassina...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 January 1905

ILLINOIS STATE NEWS fC&LLS SON AFTER 40 YEARS. M other Forgives Illlnoisan Finally for Joining Army and Summon Him. , Banished from his father's hotacstead jfor forty years because he enlisted as a Yolunteer soldier in the Civil War in defiance of his parents' wishes, T. T. Van Allen of Macon county has received ithe long looked for summons to come "'back. There was no call from the father. , The aged parent had gone to his grav still embittered against his son. "The mother, however, who secretly long--ed for reconciliation in all the years that passed after the parting in 1803, finally wrote to her son to come home and he .gladly -responded. The family resided in Elmira, N. Y., when th& war broke out jand the mother still lives there. When 'the war commenced young Van Alien decided to join a company of volunteers that was being formed at Elmira. His parents told him he would be disinherited uf he disobeyed the command not to enjlist. He joined the army, howe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 January 1905

I School Hotcs. S Mr. George Griffith visiteil tlie Iligl School, Intermediate and Primary rooms Friday. Ashton sent fourteen teachers to the institute held at Franklin tirove Saturday. The 2nd .year class in the Hiyh School has begun the study of Botany. TJtc 2nd. and 3rd year classes in the High School were examined in Literature Monday. The Higfh School Literary Society will hold its regular meeting Friday. Officers will he elected for the month of Febru ary. LaGrippe is claiming its due, as may.be seen in the reduced attendance at school. For Sale. Qne bay horse, will weigh about 1150 pounds, age 9 years, good family driver. 1 top buggy and harness. li. L- Godfrey. tf Examination Free. You must have a good circula tion. to have good health; then go o. Prof. Cole, druglcss practi tioner. Main office Rochelle Phone No. 176, branch office, Ashton Phone No. 99. lo Not Kupprea a Cough. When -you have a cough do not try to suppress it, but remove the cause. The cough is only a symptom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 February 1905

Phe VOL. X. NO. 50. WHOLE NUMBER 518. TRICKED BY JOHN D ASHTON G . . -ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THUIfcAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1905. Drillers of the Chana Oil Well were on Standard Oil Company's Pay Roll. Success Assured the Operations ire now In the Hands of Persons Who Work In the Interests of the Oil Well Promoters. Recently the operations on the oil well north of here were re sumed and the company has struck a flowing well at a depth of 1250 feet', and the indications of oil are very trood, as the water that comes from the well streaked with oil and rock that is taken out will blaze for a short time on being touched with match. The', operations on the well ceased late last fall, when it was suspected that the men who had charge of the drilling apparatus were in the employ of the Standard Oil Company and received checks from them regu larly. Letters were found which proves beyond a doubt , that the men were traitors to' the Chana people. A man by the name of Stonehouse from Pennsylvania has charg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 February 1905

SAVING THE CORN CROP. Very little attention was paid to the taving of the fodder part of the corn crop in this part of the country until the corn harvester and shredder came In to lighten the labor and expense of handling and caring for same. Now shredded fodder is being made to take the place of hay to a large extent in carrying stock through the winter. It is only along our river bottom lands, where nothing but corn is grown year after year, that no attention is paid to caring for the fodder crop. Most of the shredding and husking of the fodder is now done by forces of men who make a .business of dplng this sort of work, usually charging five cents per bushel for the service, the farmer delivering the fodder to the machine. Some few farmers own ' their own husking outfits, usually ran by gasoline engines, which, by the way, is a very convenient power on the farm. I begin shredding just as soon as it is Bafe to crib the corn, which time varies somewhat with the season. The sooner t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 February 1905

COL BECKWITH SAYS: "Make Pleasure in Commending Pe-ru-na For Coughs and Colds." COL. PAUL E. BECKWITH Colonel Pnni B. Beckwith, lit. Col., retired, 1st Reg. Minute Men, In a jl letter from 1503 Vermont avenue, N. VV., Washington, D. C writes: ) . . ..Frnm the unqualified endorsement of many of my friends, I i . i , ,.n.,i7nriwr Mmetli!U "fill LUUJllJ una ).. i J la tiC piCUSUrV SH "SMll n, m " J colds." Paul E. Beckwith. j IIM FIELD OR BARRACKS PE RU-IMA IS EFFICACIOUS. The constant exposure to the elements experienced in an out-door life Is not so apt to cause coughs and colds as sedentary habits. Those who are brought face to face with the weather every day in active A m.mh Ima linhlA to catarrhal diseases than those who are housed up in luy veuumitMi rooms. And yet both of these classes are more or less subject to catarrh and catarrhal diseases. Tlip RolHier as well ALL CLAS E ARE SUBJECT TO C kTARSH. as the civilian finds it frequently necessary to use Peruua on account of cough...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 February 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVRRY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six month, Three months $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. WASHINGTON LETTER THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1905. DEMOCRACY IN CHINA. Change In the Relations Between the People and the Dynasty. A marked change has taken place in the relation between the dynasty and the people In China, according to a pa per by Harold Bolce In the Booklovers' Magazine. At one time officials exact ed commodities from merchants at rates ruinously below their actual value. It was euphemistically called selling at "mandarin prices." Now an that officials and nobles wear or eat everything they use in any of the arts of peace or in ceremonial rites Is paid for at the market price. Formerly when princes traveled the people were burdened to pay the ex penses of their Journey. The tidings of their coming spread consternation. Today when a pr...

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

What People Jive Doing. Valentines galore. Fred Wood was a Sterling visitor Saturday. Miss Mae Trein was up from Dixon Saturday. Clint Myers was up from Ro chelle last Thursday. Lyman Booth went to Chicago on business Tuesday. Art, Cable was a business visi tor in Dixon Friday. Joe Roesler has had his big ' t lower ware room refilled. V. H. Meyers spent Sunday visiting north of Rochelle. T. E. Ainsworth of Franklin Grove was in town Saturday. Henry Stephan took a business trip to Sterling last Thursday. - Have a look at the west win dow at the Gazktte Book Store Run and take a look at our west window and see what is in it Glenn Rosecrans had a cold ride to Chana last Friday morn ing:. Mrs. Trien of Dixon was visit ing her son here a few days last week. Lewis Wood and Thad Smith spent Tuesday in Waterman. Will Anderson was sick with the grippe the fore part of the week. Mrs. Robert Moore of Dixon was in town the fore part of the week. To Exchange: 320 acre farm lor city income, stock...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 February 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. HEALTH ON ISTHMUS. OFFICERS WAGE A VIGOROUS FIGHT WITH DISEASE. Governor Davis Thinks Yellow Fever Is Yielding Before Fumigation and Better Sanitary Conditions Deposit ot Supposed Fire Clay Found. A detailed statement of henlth condi tions on the Isthmus of Panama is made in a report received the other day by Hear Admiral Walker, chairman of the isthmian canal commission, from Gov. Iavis of the canal fcone. The rep;.... was sent prior to the cable report regardint! yellow fever cases on the V. S. S. Boston, which enses, however, it is pointed out by the commission, originated elsewhere than Panama. The report says that only three deaths from yellow fever nare actually occurred there since this government took charge; that a systematic fumigation of the entire city of Panama is being made; that all yellow fever cases within Gov. Davis' knowledge have originated in that city and that with the increasing force of men now e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 February 1905

lllOIS STATE WANT MORE FREE LIBRARIES. federation of Woman's Clnb Starts an Important Movement. At the instance of the Illinois Federn itioii of Woman's Clubs the Legislature is to be nuked to create a board of library extension to promote the establishment of free libraries throughout the State. The proposed board, which would be com' posed of five unsalaried members in addi tion to the president of the University of Illinois and the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, would aid small -communities to establish free libraries ;and (five advice and counsel fis to their wise direction. In addition it would be (the duty of the board to establish a aysitem of free traveling libraries to be cir culated in the rural districts, in mining communities and among small country schools. Such library commissions have been created in twenty-two States, Illinois being, with tho exception of Khode Island, the only Northern State east of the Mississippi without one. Their elfeet lnis been to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 February 1905

DR. H. A. BREMMER, Physician & Surgeon. Office on first floor of new building opposite the hotel. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. DR. W. C. MCWETHY SURGEON DENTIST. SECOND FLOOR OF NEW BUILDING OPPOSITE NEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL FARMERS' PHONE NO. JJ. DR. S. C. GOULD, DENTIST. OFFICE OVER POSTOFFICE. ASHTON, - - ILLINOIS ARTHUR G. HARRIS, LAWYER. UNION- BLOCK. DIXON. - - ILLINOIS I. F. EDWARDS. ClOUKTT fiUPKRINIRNOKNT OF SCHOOLS, of ''Lee County. Illinois. Teachers' examina tions in my omce.in uouri hiiukc. mxuu, 111., the flriit Saturday In everT month with the exception of January and July and inAmooy Marcn inn ivm ana uct. 7tn, iwt, ana Marcn iutn, two. The Annual Institute will be held in Am boy, Aug. 04. GARDNER & SON, AUCTIONEERS. Satisfaction Guaranteed or no Chaw Always at home Saturday ROCHELLE. ILL. Livery, Teed, Jlnd Sale Stable. Conveyances furnished day or night. Fine turnouts for Weddings, Parties, etc. Special attention given to Fu nerals. --m0H& Boar...

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