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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 March 1905

Wha t People Hre Doing. Bulk Seeds at The Racket. George Meister was a Dixon visitor Friday. G. H. Brewer was a Dixon visitor, Monday. Wm. E, Trein went to Dixon Monday night. Adam Krug was a Rochelle visitor Sunday. A. M. Bates and wife went to Chicago Sunday.. H. Stephan was in Chicago on business Friday. Miss Lizzie Heibenthal went to Chicago Thursday. Base Balls, Mits, Masks, etc, at the Gazette Book Store. Warren Sanders and wife visited with friends in Dixon Sunday. Mrs. H. Gross was a pasenger to Rochelle Saturday Morning. City Meat Market is the place to get nice, clean, tender, meat. Miss Pearle Starks visited at her home near Amboy over Sun day. Kev Wm. bchuster went to Chicago last week to attend con ference. Miss Lena Kurth who is working in Rochelle was home over Sunday. Father Finn of Rochdle held services at the Catholic church Sunday. L. D. Worsley of Mendota was a business caller in town Tuesday morning. Miss Kathryn Schade went to Chicago Saturday to spend her vaca...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 March 1905

MY PINTO HORSE AN ME. Out on the lonely prairie, dt-nkin' the cool night breeze, Watchin' the bright moon steerin' her course thro' the starry sens; Alone with the sleepiu' cattle an' thoughts o' the used to be, Nor woman nor filly to tempt us my Pinto horse an me. My Pinto horse; was happy till he met a filly one day That swore to be his forever an", latterly, galloped away; An' so, there's a-somethin' to hind us; that's why we'll always be Bunkies till death conies between us my Pinto an' me. Wo whisper each other our stories the tales o' the loves we knew; But we never say nothin' to hurt 'em the gals we considered ontrue For we know the pair as won 'em was better fellers than we, An' we're chewin' the weeds o' silence my Pinto horse an' me. If you've won an lost a woman, don't buck an' kick an' rare. But shake the dross o' the city an' strike for the open air. Striked for the God-made prairie if you're wishin' to be free. Come, live on the plains o' Texas with my Pinto horse an'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 March 1905

ARMY CHAPLAIN SEVERE KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBLE THEWEEStLY HALF OUR ILLS ARC CATARRH. iitfp Thousands of People Have Kidney Trouble; and Don't Know It is Catarrh. Mr. David L. Ja.vcox. Chaplain , Clnrinda, I. O. G. T., and Chnplain U. A. It., ma Broadway, Oakland, (Jal., writes: "I am an old war veteran. I contracted severe bladder and kidney trouble. I spent hundreds i of dollars and consulted a host of doctors, but neither did me any rood. "Peruna has proven the best j medicine I ever used. My pains ( are gone and I believe myself to be cured. I feel well and would not be without a bottle in time ? of need for ten times its cost." j Hundreds of war veterans have kidney and bladder trouble. Impure dnntung water, sleeping on the ground, and all manner ot expomures to wet and cold weather produced catarrh ot the kidneys and bladder. The Secret of Even the best housekeepero cannot make a good cup of coffee without good material. Dirty, adulterated and queerly blended coffee such as un...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 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 LOOR OF NEW BUILDING OPPOSITE NEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FARMERS' PHONE NO. J3- DR. S. C. GOULD, DENTIST. OFFICE OVER POSTOFICE. FARMER'! PHONE HO. 55. HTON, - ILLINOIS ARTHUR G. HARRIS, LAWYER. UNION BLOCK. DIXON, - - ILLINOIS, I. F. EDWARDS. 4-IODHTT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. tiOQH In my uun-c.iii wuiv , 111. the first Saturday in every month with the exception ot January and July and inAruboy March Uth im and Oct. 7th. 1H04, KSVSStl'tSte wll.be held in Amboy, Aug. w-se. ,U4. GARDNER & SON, AUCTIONEERS. Satisfaction Guaranteed or no Charge Always at home Saturday ROCHELLE. ILL. Eivtry, Tted, Jlnd Sak Stable. Conveyances furnished day or night. Fine turnouts for Weddings, Parties, etc. Special attention given to m nerals. 00IWMto Boarding by the week or month a .reasonable prices. A share of your patronage ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 April 1905

he ashton Gazette. VOL. XI. NO. 6. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THUES-PAY, APRIL 6, 1905 WHOLE NUMBER 527. WON BY HENRY REINHART COMMITTS SUICIDE At 5 o'Clock Monday Evening at His Residence over Kliebe's Meat Market. DIES AFTER 7 HOURS OF UNCONSIOUSNESS There Are Certain Rumors Afloat but no Definite Cause for Doing the Rash Deed Was Left by Him The Coroner's Inquest Was Held Tuesday. Henry Reinhart, a long time resident of this city, engaged in the saloon business, ended his life Monday evening by shooting himself in the center of the forehead at the edge of his hair, about five o'clock. The act was committed in their living apartments over Kliebe's meat market. Reinhart was seen on the street just a few minutes previous and seemed to be appearantly in his jovial manner. He had been talking to his wife and then passed into the bed room, adjoin ing on the north and soon afterwards the shot was fired which ended his life. His wife was the first person on the scene and found him lying on the fl...

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

THE ASHTOM GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOI& SHE HAS A FINE HOME LIVES IN COSTLY EDIFICE AND HAS NUMEROUS SERVANTS. Nebraska Woman, Who Gains Score of Baitors by Writing: Thus, I Inmate of Insane Asylum- Jiu-jitsu Adopted for Army and Navy. Postofflee inspectors arc investigating a peculiar case of using the United States mails to defraud. The accused woman is wife of a Nebraska physician and an iumate of the Lincoln hospital for the insane. Since her incarceration she has become a member of a matrimonial bureau at Denver, and has succeeded in engaging herself to more than twenty men in various parts of the country. To all she represented herself as living in a magnificent stone and brick castle of a hundred or more room, surrounded by beautiful grounds, and her wants attended to by scores of servants. Her statements are all true, and she is ex empt from prosecution by reason of the additional fact that she is insane. JAPAN'S PROGRESS IN TEN YEAR With r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 April 1905

LUNOIS STATE MILITIA CAMP OPENS jtJNK 24. iDatcs for Regiments Fixed by Order I sued by Adjutant General. Ail order issued by Adjt. Gen. Scott fixes the dates for the annual tour of in spection of the Illinois National Guard at Camp Lincoln as follows: First Infantry June 24 to July 1. Second Infantry and Signal Corps . July 1 to 8. Seventh Infantry July 8 to 13. Highth Infantry July 15 to 22. Sixth Infantry July 22 to 20. Third Infantry July 2!) to Aug. 5. Fourth Infantry Aug. 5 to 12. ' Fifth Infantry Aug. 12 to 1!. ! First Cavalry, artillery battalkm and engineer company Aug. 1!) to -u. The Naval Reserves will take a tour of instruction on the steamer Dorothea on the following dates: Moline division July 1 to 0. Rok Island division July 8 to 15. Qiiincy division July 15 to 22. Alton division July 22 to 29. Fourth division July 29 to Aug. 5. First division Aug. 7 to 12. Second division Aug. 12 to 19. Third division Aug. 19 to 20. UPHOLDS IHACK ELEVATION. .Joliet Judge in Denying I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 April 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISH. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton(i Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, APR. 6, 1905. Highway CummlHioner's Report. STATE OF ILLINOIS, ) COUNTY OK 1.EE ' The following- is a statement by C. W. Bowers of the town of Ashton, in the County and State aforesaid, of the amount of public funds Jrecieved and expended by him during the fiscal year just closed, ending on the 28th day of March, 1905, showing the amount of public funds on hand at the commencement of said fiscal year, the amount of public funds received and from what sources received, the amount of public funds expended and for what purpose expended, during said fiscal year, ending as aforesaid. The said C. W. Bowers, being duly sworn, doth depose and say, that the following statement by him subscribed is a correct statement ot the amount of public fu...

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

7hU Baa! Ha HttW I Brewer was in Dixon G. W. Friday. , R. Guy was in Franklin Grove Monday. Mrs. E. C. Shippee was a Dixon visitor Sunday. F. A. Richardson went to Chi cago Saturday Herbert Beach of Rockford was in town Friday. V. H. Meyers visited over Sunday at Rochelle. Fred Wagner was home from Dixon over Sunday. If you value your eyes, see the eye man Aydelotte. tf Lyman Booth was a. business caller in Chicago this week. Miss Cross of Franklin Grove was a caller in town Sunday. John Beahen was a business caller in Franklin Grove Monday. The city authorities have placed a fine street light at the city hall. Mrs. E. S. Farringer was a Rochelle visitor Saturday after noon. Miss Cora John visited with relatives in Franklin Grove over Sunday. Mrs. James Richardson and Mrs. Zeller were calling in Flagg Friday. J. B. Farver and family visited with relatives in Nachusa over Sunday. For free eye test, see Aydelotte the optical specialist. tf. Base Balls, Mits, Masks, etc, at the Gazette...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 April 1905

ABOUT SOIL. The Investigation of the physical Characteristics of soils deals chiefly with the classification of soils according to the amounts of particles of various sizes which constitute the soil. I order to secure uniformity of classification and description a conventional table of sizes has been adopted by the Bureau of Soils, United States Department of Agriculture, and the soils are described in the terms of this table. Thus all material above two millemetres (about 1-12 of an inch) are classed as gravel and stone; from one millimetre to one-half millimetre, or about the size of clover ' seed, the grains are called coarse sand; from one- half to one-quarter millimetre the grains are classed as medium sand; from one-quarter to one-tenth millimetre as fine sand; from one-tenth to five one-hundredth millimetre as very fine sand. So far all grains are readily distinguishable by the eye as separate fragments of various minerals, and a little knowledge of the appearance of differen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 April 1905

ITS MERIT IS PROVED IECOID OF BREW MEDICINE A Prominent Cincinnati Woman Telia How Lydia B. Plnkham'a Veg-atabla Compound Completely Cured Her. Karlieat Green On lone. The John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Croue, Wii., always have something new, aomething valuable. This year they offer among their new money making vegetable!, an Earliest Green Eating Onion. It is a winner, Mr. Farmer and Gardener! The treat rood T.vdia R. rinithnm' Vegetable Compound is doing among the women of America is attracting the attention of many of our leading cienusts, ana uunKing people gener viy. The following letter is only one of many thousands which are on me in the Pinkhara office, and (to to prove beyond question that Lyclia ft. rink hams veiretable Compound must be remedy of great merit, otherwise it could not produce such marvelous re1 ults among sick and ailing women, Sear Mrs. Pinkham: " About nine months agro I was a irreat suf ferer with womb trouble, which caused me evere pain extreme nervousness a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 April 1905

1 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 LCOR OF NEW BUILDING OPPOSITE NEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FARMERS' PHONE NO. l). DR. S. C. GOULD, DENTIST. OFFICE OVER POSTOriCE. FARMER PHONE MO. 55. HTON, - - ILLINOIS ARTHUR G. HARRIS, LAWYER. UNION BLOCK. DIXON. - - ILLINOIS I. F. EDWARDS. COUNTY snPEBINIBNDUHT OF SCHOOLS, of TeCoimtv Illinois, Teachers examlnaUonlS my ifflce.ln Court House, Dixon 111 the ttrst Saturday in every month vritti the exception of January and. July and to Amboy March llth 1B04 and Oct. 7th. 1904, $2 AuKCte will be heid in Amboy, Aug. s-o, v GARDNER & SON, AUCTIONEERS. Satisfaction Guaranteed or no Charge Mwaysat home Saturday ROCHELLE. ILL. Livery, Teed, JJiul Sale Stable. rnnvevances furnished day or night, Fine turnouts for Weddings, Parties, etc. Special attention given to (u aerals. Boarding by the week or month a reasonab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 April 1905

FHE asht VOL. XI. NO. 7. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, TMRSDAY, APKIL 13, 1905 WHOLE NUMBEK 528. G N SELLS SIX AUTOS M. H. Randall Is Doing a Good Busi ness In This Line. THEY ARE GOOD MACHINES Ashton will Sooa Be Livelier Tha Ever With Fine New Automobiles. The automobile craze has struck Ashton harder than ever this spring:. M. H. Randall the East , end implement dealer has worked the business the past few months and the result is, that he has sold six "benzine buggies" which are expected to arrive in u short time. He sold two large double seated automobiles, which are made bj the Pope, Tribune Co.. of Hagers- own, Maryland, one to George Smith in Dixon and the other to Griffith Bros. These machines are the finest automobiles in this part of the country and will be the largest ones around here. The engine has a double cylinder and is front mounted and will be capable of carrying four people with great rapidity. Dr. H. A. Bretnmer and Brown Garrett have each purchased machines of the same make...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 April 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. BRITISH TRADE BIG. REVENUES OF CROWN ARE CORRESPONDINGLY LARGE. Austen Chamberlain, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Make Announcement on Budget Dot Blue and Gray to Meet in Reunion in Washington. Budget day attracted a crowd of members of Parliament und visitor to the House of Commons in London the other lay. and when the chancellor of the exchequer, Austen Chamberlain, rose to make his annual statement, the house was well filled. At the outset Mr. Chamberlain put his hearers in a pood humor by announcing that the revenue of the year just closed exceeded his estimate by nearly $15,000,000, showing that the trade of the country had turned th" corner. Whereas a year ago there was a heavy deficit, there has been established something more than an equilibrium hetween the revenue and expenditure. Mr. Chamlterlain estimated tli- expenditure for 1 005-0 at $707,100,000 and the revenue on the existing basis of taxation at $720,020...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 April 1905

' CHICAGO TEAM8TERS" STRIKE. ILLINOIS S ILLINOIS TEACHERS AT PEORIA. atMiiy 3,000 Attend Annual Meeting of Central State Association. The twenty-first annuul meeting of the Central Illinois Teachers' Association -was held in Peorin, with nearly 2,000 teachers in attendance. The address the -first evening was delivered by Dr. -f :iinrii I). Melver. nvesident of the North Carolina State Normal and Indus' -trial College. President J. K. Stapleton -of Blcomington delivered his annual nd--dress the first morning, and President Iv, II. Hughes of Depauw University was one of the speakers at the general sesi sion. In the afternoon a reception was -.given the teachers by the Peoria Oman Teachers' Club in their club house, "The officers elected are: President, L. H. rifHth, Danville; vice president, J. N. Browning, Canton; secretary, Mrs. Lou7lse Hazel, Macomb; treasurer, J. A. Mer..er, Peoria. Resolutions of regret were unanimously adopted on the death of Edwin C. Hewitt, ex-president of, th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 April 1905

THE ASHTON 6AZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, BOITOR AND PUBLISH. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoflice in Ashton, Illinois, as seeond-claiis matter TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, APR. 13, 1905. HI TIWOD "TT THP HfMTD nUBlUK Ut 1 IlE I1UUK Just as He Thought For. "It's all right to talk and to say you Would do this or that," said the man thirty-two feet of digestive apparatus in a Who had been telling cowboy stories, normal condition, and assisting nature's "but did you ever look into the muzzle processes of digestion, separation and abOf a revolver?" sorption for building and re-building "I have, sir," replied the fruit tree by preventing au irregular 'or unnatural Acron "Was it pointed at your head?" "It was." "And a good man behind it?r S gau duct), fermentation of unhealthy "He was a nniu who had cut eleven foods, nervous dyspepsia, headache, connotches in the butt of that pistol to stipation and other compl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 April 1905

What People Me Doing. Get our H. E. Chatlwick was in Dixon Friday. Miss Ida E. Billmire went to Flag-jf Tuesday. Automatic ref rig-era tors at Henry Stephan's For free eye test, see Aydelotte the optical specialist. tf. Victor Meyers was a Franklin Grove visitor Sunday. Otto Oetzel visited in Malta several days recently. Miss Nona Roupe was visiting friends in our city Sunday. . Hart Bros, were business callers in Rockford Tuesday. See our line of Cotten Felt Mattresses. Henry Stephan. August Oestesheld has the cellar dug for his new residence. Robert Moore and wife of Dixon were visiting in town Thursday. John Andrus has had new floors put on his porches at his residence. Geo. Meister, J. B. Farver and Geo. Schinzer were Dixon visitors Friday. Enoch Self of Dixon was a business caller in our city Saturday morning, F. D. Chadwick anil wife visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Miss Lydia Wahl spent Saturday and Sunday at her home in Sterling. Mrs. Garrett and son George went t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 April 1905

HE SONQS THAT MOTHER SANG. The mem'ry of those dimple lays my heart will ever keep; The ballads that my mother saug as she rocked me oil to sleep; An echo of the far-off roars I seem to hear thorn now. With the little break when she would stop to kiss her baby's brow; "Hazel Dell," -Sweet Nellie Gray," and "The Cottage by the Sea," They were among the simple songs that mother sang to me. "The Suwance River" sweetly flows along the course of time; "My Old Kentucky Home" I hear with simple air and rhyme; "Silver Threads Among the Gold," I recall it with a sigh. And the tender lulling cadence of "The Sweet By and By"; I ne'er can heir those old-time songs without they bring a pang, For they are hnlluwed to my heart the songs that mother sang. I'crhaps as mother sang them all with me there in her fold Bhe thought of her boy's dim future its yesirs so stern and cold; Perhaps that was the reason she would press me to her breast. And with a song of pathos sweet would lull me there to rest....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 April 1905

PE-RU-NA MEA8uuprets6 STANDARD LONGEST OF ALL TUNNELS. UNCLE SAM "A High Standard is Required 01 Any Catarrh Remedy That Has Been Endorsed by so Many Trustworthy and Prominent People. " W. L. DOUGLAS 3J2&3.22 SHOES UNION MADE. FCR MEN. W. Ij. It ii el n S3. AO ahoea are the greatest seller In the world lieciiiive f their excellent style, en ay sHting; taiid ulterior weiariiiK qimllllce. They ure Jimt h icotl u thoae that ret from $..00 t$7.00. The only dld'ereuce la the price W. 1 4. Jlotitflu Ht.t.etO ahoea coat more to muke, hold their ahupe Iketler, wear longer, and nreof greater value than aay other SJi-AOahoe on the market Lo-cluy. W.L.1ouk1u guuranteea their value by atamiilUK hla name autl price on the bottom of each shoe. Look for ft. Take no aubatltote. W.I.. Joulua iKUS .Hit ahoea are noltl througi. hla own retail atorea In the principal el tie a, anil by ahoe Healers everywhere. NuinaU ter where you live. vV.l.slouiclua ahoea are within your reach. BETTER THAN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 April 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 LOOHftOF NfcW BUILDING OPPOSITE NEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FARMERS' PHONE NO. 1. The DR. S. C. GOULD, DENTIST. OFFICE OVER POSTOFICE. FARMER'S PHONE MO. SS. HTON, - - ILLINOIS ARTHUR G. HARRIS, LAWYER. : ' umotr BLOCK. DIXON, - - ILLINOIS, I. F. EDWARDS. COUKTT SUPtRINXINDBNT OF 8CHOOL8, Of Lee County, Illinois, Teachers' examina tions in my omce.in uourt House, uixon, 111., the first Saturday In every month with the exception of January and July and a Amooy jnarcn inn iwh ana uct. via, mm, and March 10th, 1005. The Annual Institute will be held in Amboy, Amf . -Si-it. '04. GARDNER & SON, AUCTIONEERS. Satisfaction Guaranteed or no Charge Always at home Saturday ROCHE LLE, ILL. Livery, Teed, Rttd Suk Stable. Conveyances furnished day or night. Fine turnouts for Weddings, Parties, etc. Special attention given t...

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