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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 February 1905

What People Jin Doing, f Joseph Paff of Malta visited in town Friday. Bicycle repairs at The Racket, See our shoe window. Huether's Glenn Kosecrans went to Dixon Saturday. L. C. Randall has been on the sick list lately. G. H. Sasman, of Dixon, was in town Friday. A. M." Moore was a business caller (in Dixon Friday. F. S. Hart and wife were visitors in Dixon Saturday. J. II. Byers and Isaac Trask were in Oregon Monday J. D. Baker was a visitor in Franklin Grove Monday. VVm. Shottenkirk was in the city last week with hogs. Will Schuster and Carl Schade were in Rochelle Monday. Jacob Vogel and wife were Dixon passengers Saturday. Mrs. F. H. McDermont visited in Franklin Grove Saturday. Chas. h. Clark went to Shab- bona Tuesday on a business trip. Otto Oetzei visited at the home of his parents in Malta over Sunday. Prof. H. B. Price attended a teachers' meeting in Dixon Saturday. city load J. M. Barto arrived in the Sunday morning with a car of horses. Christian Gross of Franklin G'ove ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 February 1905

THE ASHTOINl GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. JEWS AKETORTUKED. HORRIBLE BARBARITIES INFLICTED BY RU3SIAN SOLDIER3. Prisoners Thrown Down Stairs, Beaten -with Swords and Crippled with Musket Blows Supposed Dangerous Diamond Thief Arrested. The Berlin Vorwnerts publishes letters from Mohileff in which details are given of terrible barbarities practiced by the police of that town on the Jewish inhabitants during the early days of February. The town was considerably disturbed by street demonstrations and the police made numerous arrests and drove their prisoners to the police station,, where they were brutally assaulted by the police. Many were flung down a flight of stairs and then dragged up and again flung down. This treatment was repeated until they were insensible. In this condition they were again beaten with swords and then taken to the court yard, where they were handed over to a body of soldiers, who struck at them with their muskets, breaking arms, legs an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 February 1905

I ILLINOIS: STlfilflfj! 8HUTSUP FIVE BANKS. Illinois Financier Fleee and People Buffer-Vaults Are Found Empty. Hundreds of people o Illinois and Iniiana have lost their all through the collapse of the chain of five private banks conducted by E. W. Settle and they are now clamoring for an opportunity to prosecute him, but heas disappeared, and among his assets there is nothing for the depositors. Settle's home was in I1 orrcst, but he owned banks at Union, Forrest, Campus and Emmington, in Illinois, and at Wolcott, Ind. The bank at Union collapsed and all the others were closed In consilience. Owing to the absence of the cashier, C. L. Sherman, the bank at Union, known as the Citizens Bank, was in charge of Settle for several days. Settle received deposits up to the closing hour on a recent Friday. The following morning the bank failed to open its doors. Investigation resulted in the disclosure that the money was all gone and that Settle had disappeared. It is estimated that the peop...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 February 1905

DR. H. A. BRE MMER, Physician & Surgeon. Office on first floor of new building opposite the hotel. ASHTON. ILLINOIS. DR. W. C. MCWETHY SURGEON DENTIST. mnd LOOR OF NEW! BUILDING OPPOSITE NEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL FARMERS' PHONE NO. 3- DR. S. C. GOULD, DENTIST. OFFICE OVER POSTOFICE. FARMER'S PHONE NO. ASHTON, 55. ILLINOIS Oscar Farver leit yesteruay morning for Chicago, from where he will go to California. ? 1 Mis3 Anna and Nellie GriffitU went to Chicago Tuesday morning to attend the play "Parsifal." tw t. I.vnn came down from ARTHUR G. HARRIS, LAWYER. UNION BLOCK. DIXON. - - ILLINOIS. The High School Literary So ciety will hold its regular meet ing tomorrow. A short program will be given by the committee Chicago Saturday to spend bun on entertainment. Visitors wui iay with his family. II a TO III Anucisuu '""-- Dixon Tuesday, after a few dayN visit with his brother and sistett here. Wm. Schade, Jr., has a brarfj new wagon, with gold-leaf let terintr. Read his new advertise ...

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

HE n Gazette. ASHTO mm- VOL. XI. NO. 1, GOOD REPORTS The Report of Ashton Rural Car rler Is Good Considering a Short Month 1 6,447 PIECES WERE HANDLED Th Postal Business Is Alwtys U(ht la Fet ' nury Only Twenty-thret Deliveries Were HUde. Through the kindness of our postmaster, Mr. C. K. Northrup we are allowed to give our read ers an itemized report of the busi ness done by Uncle Sam on the three rural routes starting1 from the post-office here. Although February is a dull month in the postal service and also the short est month of the year, besides containing a holiday the a mount ot mail handled is very good considering everything. Herewith are the reports of the routes for the month ended Tues day. ROUTE NO. 1. William Bohart, Carrier. Delivered Collected . Letters Postal Cards Newspapers Circulars Packages Registered Total 681 T 97 3624 -684 ' 56 3 5143 346 55 2 408 Value of stamps canceled $7.83. ROUTE NO. 2, William D. Hartzell, Carrier. Delivered Collected Letters Postal Car...

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

V.-, , ft THE ASHTON GAZETTE, RALPH J. Of AN, Publisher. WAR IN THE. ORIENT, ASHTON, ILLINOIS. BORE THROUGH ALPS rs (MM 'CBSSFULLY made; i Swiss and Italian Workmen Meet in Middle of Simplon After Achieving Great Kngineerinfc Work Fatal Fire in Milwaukee W ood riant. . Piercing of the Simplon tunnel through the Alps was completed at 7:20 o'clock Friday morning. The work was begun in IS! to. Tho mooting of the two boring bnrties (Swiss anil Italian! was signaled throughout Switzerland by the ringing of church bells and salutes by cannon. Many unexpected obstacles were oncountered, the most serious being hot springs, which threatened to wreck the whole enterprise, and a temperature which at one time rose to degrees Fahrenheit, making a 'continuation of the work impossible until the engineers found means of cooling the atmosphere. Is'ow that the borers have met it will be possible for the water accumulated in the north gallery to be drawn off. The work of preparing the tunnel for a per...

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

i :V ,iiTr; 1 1 ,n n; n . n is 1 i i::r",t mm ftt C i ' '. " 1 " I V,: ' ! ! 1 ; " 9 Til a i M m m , . Sanaa, m pp" ppaa . wi -vpi. m . i : l I II II 1 111 til IIM II II II W JV U f 11 II 11 ." IVtl II. 11 fill XX " i ' r : rin m r r .... ... (,ni u- w.ria i '---5 ; ' . ; I ' ' '' ' '?!"1JL V? b OT.D. PIONEER DEAD, jDaniel Gould Burr, of Edgar County. Pusses aWliya Dui.lel Gould Burr, or "Uncle Dan." a he was known, Is dead at his honte in 'Edgar county, at the age of 84.: He: was ifor several years the only survivor of Company It, Fourth Illiuois infantry, in, Ithe Mexican war. Forty-three years agft, ' the' Survivors at a meeting decided to Miold reunion June, 1(1 each year. Mr. Burr,, who was the orderly sergeant of the company, called the roll each year lEve-.sfter every member excepting him--8Cif hpd been mustered out by the reaper above, Mrj Burr would gq to the usual meetiiig place and formally call the roll, only himself answering "here." Last -Juiitf when the date of the re...

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

71 1 i 1 1 1 1 THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AMD PUBLISHM. PUBLISMKD EVERY THUBSDAY. TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six month, Three months $1.00 .so - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. OS. THURSDAY, MAR. 2, 1905. The Epworih League holds regular meetings in the Methodist Church each Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock. It extends a cordial invitation to every one to be pres ent and take part in the services The topic for next Sunday will be "The Making of a Christian His Speedi. Alonso L. Wilson, of Wheaton prohibition state chairman, has won his fight for the seat in the house, mow held by William Bowles, of Joliet, democrat. The recount .f ballots was ended yesterday afternoon and showed that Wilson defeated Bowles by 533 votes. It wil bring rich, red blood, firm flesh and muscle. That's what Holliater's Rocky Mountain Tea will do. Taken this month, keeps you well all summer, 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. G. R. Charters. W...

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

I. What People JIre Doing Odd of even? Buy Gold Fish, only IS cents, at the Racket. Henry Gonnerman was a Dixon visitor Monday. '' ' . . Isaac Trask went to Chicago Sunday afternoon. ' Wm. Schade Jr., and wife spent Sunday in Dixon. f ' J. J. Thorne was a business caller in town Saturday. Miss Marie Harris of Lee Came Saturday to visit friends. Grafton Self was up from Dix on over Sunday, visiting' friends. ' E. L. Titus, of Steward, was business caller in town Saturday. If you value your eyes, see the eye man Aydelotte. tf Rev. E. L. Thompson of Steward was a caller in town Tuesday. Mrs. Chas. Krug- went to Dixon Tuesday to visit with her daughter. Mesdames Webster and George Henert were Dixon visitors Monday. L. ti. Brewer went down to Dixon Tuesday to hear Rev. Sun day. Mrs. Mary Bohart came up from xon Thursday to visit her Miss- Eva and Minnie Moon spent Monday in Chicago. . Caspar Krug and wife went down to Dixon Saturday to hear Rev Sunday. - Lost Ladie, V gold watch. Finder ...

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

' IMPORTANCE OF ROTATION. The Minnesota and the Nobtli Dakota experiment station have experimented extensively with different rotations, and very interesting " conclusions are given as follows: "Wheat grown continuously for foup years removed annually 25 pounds of nitrogen per acre, while 146 pound more were lost. This nitrogen u lost by .the oxidation of the humus, toy dentrillcation chemically,' by wind storms,; and through the loss of nitrates 'by drainage. As a crop of spring wheat occupies the ground during a short period of the year, l may be saen that during the greater part of the year the other factors are at work in eliminating this element. In a rotation of wheat, clover, wheat and oats, an average of 178 pounds of nitrogen per acre was removed annually, yet ttlere was a gain for four years over and above this amount of 245 pounds of nitrogen! i I I "This nitrogen, it Is believed, has 1esn gained largely by the clover from the free nitrogen of the air. In this rotation no...

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

- w iiAnnr IE :.'.'" fvriAi; tt AT" 'Are. Never Without Pe-ru-na in the Home For1 Catarrhal 'Diseases. MR. and MRS.. 1 fcj Iljlf 'ill) " . : independence Tip. , Remarkable Cures Effected f By Pe-ru-na. tTndef date of Jnniinry 10, 1807, Dr. Eartman received the following letter: "My wife has been n sufferer from n complication of diseases for the past twenty-five years. Her case has bahied the skill of some of the most noted physicians. One of her worst troubles was chronic constipation of several years' standing. She was also passing 'through that most critical period in the life of a woman change of life. "In June, 1895, I wrote to you about her case. You advised a course of ' l'eruna and Maiialin, which we at once commenced, and have to say it completely cured her. j "About the same time I wrote you about my own case of catarrh, which had been of twenty-live years' standing. At times I was rjmost past going. commenced to use Peruna according to your Instructions, and continued Its...

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

DR. H. A. BREMMER, Physician & Surgeon. Office on first floor of new building opposite the hotel. ASHTON. ILLINOIS. MUM What People Hre Doing mm DR. W. C. MCWETHY : SURGEON DENTIST. SECOND LOOR OF NtW BUlLOINQ OPPOSITE NEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FARMERS' PHONE NO. 13. DR. S. O. GOULD, DENTIST. OFFICE OVER POSTOFICE. FARMER PHONE NO. 51. ASHTON. - - ILLINOIS ARTHUR G. HARRIS, LAWYER. UNION BLOCK. DIXON, - ILLINOIS. I. F. EDWARDS. tflOCNTT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS, Of vLee County, Illinois, Teachers examination! In my office. In Court House, Dixon, III., the flrst Saturday In every month with the exception of January and July and In Amboy March 1 lth 1804 and Oct. 7th, 1D04, and March 10th. 1005. The Annual Institute will be held in Amboy, Aug. 22-26. '04. GARDNER & SON, AUCTIONEERS. Satisfaction Guaranteed or no Charge Always at home Saturday ROCHELLE. ILL. Livery, Teed, Jlnd Sale Stable. Conveyances furnished day or night. Fine turnouts for Weddings, Parties, etc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 March 1905

The SHTOM RTTR VOL. XI. NO. 2. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THUK3DAY, MARCH 9. 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 523. A ga BUSINESS CHANGES Four of Ashton's Business Firms Change Ownership This Week. C. A. BURNHAM OWNS EAST END ELEVATOR. Warren Sanders Buys Anderson Palace Cafe Graver Sanders Now Owns Kllntenblel't Dray Chas Lotz Is Proprietor of The commercial Hotel. Friday a deal was made whereby W. D. Anderson sold his "Palace Cafe" to Warren Sanders. Mr. Anderson has been in business her6 two years, coming1 here from Dixon, and has built up a fine custom. Mr. Anderson wishes to thank the people for their kind patronage and wishes his customers will patronize his successor. Mr. Sanders will conduct the business at the same ' cessful future. Thursday the firm of Rundle & Lotz, who have conducted the New Commercial hotel since the first of lasl, September has been dissolved arid Mr. Charles Lotz, the junior member of the firm will carry on the business. James Rundle expects to leave soon for Wes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 March 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. IT IS NO DRim TRUST. STATEMENT OF CARLILE OF PHILADELPHIA DISPUTED. Retail DrugKiats' Association Objects to Being Classed as an Octopus Teacher and Pnpil Kill Themselves in Fulfillment of Suicide Agreement. The charges made against the so-called drug trust by Attorney W. VV. Carlile of Philadelphia were denied by Charles M. Carr of the National Association of Retail Druggists. Mr. Carr was emphatic. "The Philadelphia lawyer has "Herrmann the Great' bent several blocks when lie transforms the operations of a retail druggists' trade union into a gigantic octopus and by the same wave of the magic wand converts the drug trust of the country into a band of persecuted humanitarians," he declared. "The fact of the matter is that the hearing before Special United States Commissioner Marshall E. Sampsell developed nothing of importance, except that the retail druggists' union or association lias so conducted its fight for bette...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 March 1905

Inauguration of 47oiblngton correspondence: Theodore Roosevelt has beep duly inaugurated President of the United JStates. He pronounced the oath of offlile with Impressive solemnity as he tood before the white-haired Chief Justice on the Capitol plaza Saturday .afternoon, and then reverently kissed ithe Bible opened before him. That was the final act of the making of a Fresldcnt. after the people had expressed their will at the polls more than four months before, and the electoral college had declared the will of the people In Congress three months Jater. There were intermediate steps and many formalities, but this simple act of the taking of the oath to preserve, protect and defend the constitution of the United States was the culminating act by which Theodore Roosevelt placed the crown of authority upon his head and became the chief executive of over 7G,000,uuO people. It falls to comparatively few people hnimiil such a snectacle as that which those on the plaza saw before frlieni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 March 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBUSHID EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months $1.00 .SO - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY. MAR. 9, 190S. Mrs. A. J. Nickey went to Rockford this morning- to visit her brother. The regular services will be held at. the Methodist church Sunday morning- at 10:30. George Krug and Clifford Knapp were down to Dixon Monday evening to see the play "Buster Brown" The Ashton Bridge & Contracting Co., expect to begin work April 1st if the weather is good. They have a great many contracts for bridges to be built this season and prospects are better than ever before. During the past year they have sold seven car loads of buggies which means a big- amount of business. R. L. Sholty, who has been the foreman of the Gazette office for the past four months went to Chicago Tuesday noon from where he left last evening for Los Angel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 March 1905

HE Htytf People Jlre Doing. R. J. Farringer was a business caller at the county capital last week. Tnes- Will Wiener butchered, daj. Leland Tilton spent Sunday in Dixon. G. W. Pentz visited in Dixon over Sunday. Geo. Griffith and wife were in Dixon last week. Miss Leichliter went to Dixon Friday afternoon. Why don't you buy your meat at F. H. Bassler's. E. J. Yenerich was a caller ih Rochelle. business Mrs. F. H. McDermont went to Chicago Thursday. Geo. Kersten and wife went to Dixon Saturday. II. M. Kersten was a business caller in Dixon Friday. Miss Bertha Geyer went to Dixon Friday Morning-. C. M. Sworm of Dixon was in town Friday on business. This week closes the winter term of the Public School. Mrs. E. B. Arnould went to Dixon Saturday morning. W. C. Yenerich went to Dixon Tuesday to attend the revival. J. B. Farver and family spent Sunday with relatives at Nachusa, City Meat Market is the place to get nice, clean, tender, meat. Geo. Krug and S. C. Gould went to DeKalb Thursda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 March 1905

ECONOMY OF LIBERAL FEEDING. A cow giving a large flow ot milk Is a hard working animal and needs to be fed accordingly. It Is estimated, says Prof. D. H. Otis of the Kansas experiment station, that about CO per cent, of what a cow is ablo to consume goec to maintatin the wear and tear on her system, and the profit In milk and butter fat production comes from the feed she consumes outside of this amount needed for support. The cow Is selfish enough to take her share of the feed first, and then wliat Is left over goes to the owner for his profit. If this per cent reeded for maintenance is correct, mi stands to reason that a cow fed 70 per cent of what she will eat will return 10 per cent profit; while the cow fed 100 per cent win return 40 per cent or four times as much. Of course it i3 possible to overfeed, and a man should watch his feed bin and milk scales at the same time. If he suspects that the cow is not getting enough then he should increase the feed, and if she responds in th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 March 1905

Many Persons Have Catarrh of Kidneys, Or Catarrh of Bladder and Don't Know It. President Newhof and War Correspondent Richards Were Promptly Cured By Pe-ru-na. Mr. C. B. Newhof, 10 Dolamare street. Albany, N. i, President Montefiorc 'Club, writes: "Since my advanced age I find that I have been frequently troubled with urinary ailments. The bladder seemed Irritated, and my physician said that It was catarrh caused by a protracted cold which would be difficult to overcome on account of my advanced years. I took Peruna, hardly daring to believe that I would be helped, but I found to my relief that I soon began to mend. The Irritation gradually subsided and the urinary difficulties passed away. I have enjoyed excellent health now for the past seven months. I enjoy my meals, Bleep soundly, and am as well as I was twenty years ago. I give all praise to Peruna." C. B. Newhof. Suffered From Catarrh of Kidneys, Threatened With Nervous Collapse, Cured by Pe-ru-na. Mr. F. B. Richnrds, 00!) E s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 March 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 LOO OF NEW BUILDING OPPOSITE NEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FARMERS' PHONE NO. 13 DR. S. C. GOULD, DENTIST. OFFICE OVER POSTOFICE. FARMER'! PHONE NO. 5S. ASHTON, - ILLINOIS ARTHUR G. HARRIS LAWYER. UNION BLOCK. DIXON, - - ILLINOIS I. F. EDWARDS. ,-Y"10TJKTT BtTPGRINIENDRlfT OF 8CHOOL8, Of vLee County, Illinois, Teacners examinations la mv office. tn Court House. Dixon, 111., the first Saturday In every month with the exception of January and July and ib Amooy uarcn utn iwt ana uct. via. iwf. and March 10th, 1005. The Annual Institute will be held in Amboy GARDNER & SON, AUCTIONEERS. Satisfaction Guaranteed or do Charge 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. Boarding b...

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