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

I 1 What People JIre Doing. V. H. Meyers went to Iowa on businesj. Gentle driver for sale. H. Stephan. Wm, Messer is having' his house painted. B. P. Drutntnond was in Chi cago Saturday. Miss Ida E. Billmire went to Flag-g Tuesday. Robert Guy went to Aurora Tuesday morning-. Arthur and Nancy Brown were in Dixon last week. .J. J. Thome of the Dixon Sun was in town Saturday. Will Wiener was in Chicago last week on business. Emery Wolfe was a passenger east Tuesday morning. Wm. E. Trein went to Chicago Tuesday on business. W. C. Yenerick was a passenger to Rochelle Tuesday. P. J. McMillan transacted business in Dixon last week. Miss Pearl Starks went to her home at Lee Center Friday. N. A., Petrie was a business caller in Dixon Thursday. JJavid JMewcomer was a busi- visitor in Rochelle Saturday. Miss Anna Griffith returned from Chicago Friday evening. Wm. Lesslie was in Dixon, on business Thursday and Friday. E. V. McGinty was in Dixon Friday and Saturday on business. Samuel Wren and M...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 May 1905

WIY BABY'8 HE AO. When the early beam of morning, Speeding over fields and streams, With its golden touch awakes me From the misty land of dreams Half a-doze and half beholding, I can see a baby's head, Just above the snowy covers Of a little cradle-bed. Btlll in slumber-land, my baby Countless magic miles from me (What are all the happy visions That your slumber eyes can see? What are all the fairy fancies Tripping through that little head, Just above the snowy covers Of our baby's cradle-bed? Little head above the covers, Brightened by the morning glow, Time and tide may swing between us As the summers ebb and flow. Waking dreams and plans may enter To disturb that little head, Just above the snowy covers Of our baby's cradle-bed. Little head above the covers, Though the seasons come and pass, And your childhood fa do and vanish Like a sunbeam from the grass, All the years shall I remember That reposing baby head. Just above the snowy covers Of this little cradle-bed. Pierson's. u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 May 1905

Dyspepsiajgf Women ABSOLUTELY NEEDLESS AGONY Canted by Uterine Disorder end Cured by Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound A great many women suffer with a form of indigestion or dyspepsia which does not seem to yield to ordinary treatment. While the symptoms seem to be similar to those of ordinary indigestion, yet the medicines universally prescribed do not seem to restore the patient's normal condition. Mrs.Af. Wright Mrs. Pinkham claims that there is a kind of dyspepsia that is caused by o derangement of the female organism, and which, while it causes a disturb ance similar to ordinary indigestion, cannot be relieved without a medicine which not only acts as a stomach tonic, but has peculiar uterine-tonic effects also. As proof of this theory we call at tention to the case of Mrs. JW aggie wrignt, liroouiyn, JN. x.. who was completely cured by Lydia E. Pink- Hams vegetable (compound after every' thing else had failed. She writes : " For two yean I suffered with dyspepsia Which so...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 May 1905

DR. H. A. BREMMER, Physician & Surgeon. Office on first floor of new building opposite the hotel. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. D R. W. C. MCWETHY SURGEON DENTIST. SECOND LOOR OF NEW BUILDING OPPOSITE NEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FARMERS' PHONE NO t3. DR. S. C. GOULD, DENTIST. OFFICE OVER POSTOFXE. FARMER'S PHONE NO. 55. NTON, - . ILLINOIS ARTHUR G. HARRIS, LAWYER. union nixcic DIXON, - - ILLINOIS, I. F. EDWARDS. OCNTT SUPERINTENDENT OP SCHOOLS. Of Lee Countv. Illinois, Teachers' examinations In my offlce.in Court House, Dixon, III., the first Saturday in everv month with the exception of January and Julv and in Amboy March 11th lim arid Oct. 7th. 1904. ami iwarcn win, lyuo. The Annual Institute will be held in Amboy Aug. SM-36. '04. GARDNER & SON, AUCTIONEERS. Satisfaction Guaranteed or no Charge Always at home Saturday ROCHELLE, ILL. Livtry, Teed, Jlnd Sale Stable. Conveyances furnished day or night. Fine turnouts for Weddings, Parties, etc. Special attention given to Fu eral...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 May 1905

Ashtoim Gazette. vol. XI. no. n. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 532. THE ASHTON CITIZENS SEE PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Four Hundred Persons Greet as Special Passes by Him SPEAKS TO 5000 PEOPLE AT DIXON Train Is Slowed Down Here To Clve Ashton People a Good Look at the Chief Executive. Four-hundred of Ash ton's citizens assembled at the depot Tuesday morning: to see President Theodore Roosevelt who passed through here over the Northwestern at 9:39 a. m. enroute to Chicago from Colorado. The president's special was run at hig hspeed through Illinois. When the train tieared Ashtnn it was 4 , PRESIDENT THEODOBB ROOSEVELT. slowed down considerably in speed to allow the people to see ' the chief executive who stood on the rear platform of the observation car, bowing, smiling and "strenuously" waving his hands to greet a people who last fall so unanimously voted him their ideal man for president. ' The members of the high school and lower grades inarched to the depot with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 May 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. admits killing two EDWARD GOTTSCHALK CONFESSES ST. PAUL MURDERS, Plea of Guilty Is Accepted by Indue Iewis, to Whom Prisoner's Statement Wu Made Glass Worker to Become Manufacturers. Ndward Gottschalk, charged with the murder of Christian Sihindeldecker. a West Seventh street butcher in St. Paul, and Joseph Hartman. hit) accomplice, pleaded guilty to the charge of having murdered Joseph Hartman, and made a confession to Judge Lewis in the District Court of liiR part in both crimes. Judge Lewis accepted the plea. Christian Schindeldecker was murdered Feb. 18 in his shop, ami his body was horribly mutilated with one of his cleavers. The motive was robbery. Gottschalk was arrested Feb. 23 on a charge of having committed the crime nud the police began a search for Joseph Hartmau, who was seen In Gottschalk's company that day. Hartman could not be found and the police advanced the theory that Gottschalk killed him also. Marc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 May 1905

ILLINOIS STATE TORNADO STRIKES CARLYLK. .9Razes or ttamagei Churches and Buslnc Buildings -No One Hurt. Friday evening a tornado passeu over Carlyle, doing property damage estimuted at lf(X),0O0. The Catholic and Episcopal churches, Mtiehling's hall and a half dozen other buildings are total wrecks. No one was injured. The storm -came from the Northwest, first striking ..St. .Mary's church, in the west part of the city, which is almost a total wreck. The roof was torn from the residence of Kev. Father Diepenbrock. and the upjer story partially demolished. The St. Mary's school was also damaged, making the total loss of the, congregation at least . $75,000. A block fr'-ui the Catholic ..church the roof was torn from a building, .the wreckage being thrown against the building owned by William .1. Schmidt, knocking holes in the roof, sides and front. Next door was Muehling's hall, a : substantial brick structure, which was totally wrecked. A block to the southeast i stood the handsome ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 May 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1905. The following Is the annual finan cial statement by N. A. Petrie, treas urer of the funds of the town of Ash ton, Lee county, 111., showing the amounts received and for what pur(OSes received, the amounts expended and for what purposes expended, during the fiscal year ending May 1 1905. The said N. A. Petrie beins . duly sworn, deposes and says that the facts herein set forth are correct according to the best of his knowledge and belief. N. A. PETRIE. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of May. 1905. H. E. CHADiWJCK, J. P Receipts 1904 May 10. amount on hand $ 2,485.76 May 11, N. Schuchart license 200.00 May 11. P. F. Cleary li cense 200.00 May 11, Reinhart & Coin- Dany license 200.00 May 11. J. A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 May 1905

What People JRre Doing. Two Ladies bicycles for sale. The Racket. Mrs. Alva Griswold is on the sick list. Robert Knnpp was in Oregon, Thursday. Frank Oiler of Dixon was in town Monday. Martin Krug is having- his house painted. L Harry Quick drove down to Dixon, Friday. Henry Vaupel was a caller in Dixon, Monday. Clyde Goodman of Dixon- was in town Monday. Mrs. Geo. R. Charters went to Rochelle Friday. Geo, W. Krug was in Dixon on business, Friday. A. D. Hodges ofRochelle was in towniThur9day. J. W. Richardson went to Dixon Friday evening." If you value your eyes, see the eye man Aydelotte. tf i' . Joe Gooch- of Dixon was on our streets Thursday. E. V. McGinty and wife were in Rochelle, Thursday. F. D. Chadwick and wife of Lee were here Sunday. F. H. Bassler, was a business caller in Dixon, Friday. J.R.Titus of Flagg-.was in town Saturday morning. Mrs. Leichliter and daughter went to Dixon Friday afternoon. N. Burhenn and wife of Franklin Grove were in town Thursday. Chas Clark was a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 May 1905

BROTHER AND SISTER. I ciiunot choose but think upon the time When our two lives grew like two buds that kiss At lightest thrill from the bee's swinging chime. Because the one so near the other is, He was the elder and a little man Of forty Inches, bound to show co dread, And I the girl that puppy-like now ran, Now lagged behind, my brother's larger tread. 1 held him wise, and when he talked to me 01 snakes and birds and which God loved the best. X thought his knowledge marked the boundary Where men grew blind, though angels knew the rest. If he said "Hush!" I tried to hold my breath ; Whenever ho said "Come!" I stepped m faith. School parted us; we never found again That childless world where our two spirits mingled Like scents from the varying roses that remain One sweetness, nor can evermore be singled. Set the twin habit of that early time Lingered for long about the heart and tongue: We had been natives of one happy clime And its dear accent to our utterance clung. Till the dire...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 May 1905

A JUDGE'S el MRS. MINIF MCALLISTER. Mrs. Carrie King, Darlington, Mo., W "I S')mve suffered for years with biliousness, and kidney and liver trouble. " caught a little cold, the pains were Increased and .backache and headache were of frequent occurrence. "However, Peruna' cured me twelve tiottles mnde me n healthy wnmnn." W. L. DOWLAS MAKES AND SELLS MORE HEN'S S8.B0 SHOES THAN ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD. SlOiOOO REWARD t anyone wfce I aupnm Ull tUUlMHt. V. Ii. Pong-In n 93.50 oho Are the rentont tiler In the world be came of their excellent style cast fittaiine. ie. hold er. and T other ttiAlr hn.YMi better, wear longer, are of greater value than an r a-reater value than anr other S)3.ffOBlioe on the market to-day W.L. Douglas ruarantees their value pr tain pins nu name a Tin price on the bottom or each shoe. Look for It. Take 1U9 on no substitute. lOURiRH 93.60 hoes are sold through his own retail noes tore in the principal cities, anct oy hoe dealers everywhere. No matte...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 May 1905

DR. H. A. BREMMER, Physician & Surgeon. Office on first floor of new building Opposite the hotel. ASHTON, ILLJNOIS. AM D R. W. C. MCWETHY SURGEON DENTIST. SECOND LOORtOF NEW BUILDING OPPOSITE NEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FARMERS' PHONE NO 13. DR. S. C. GOULP, DENTIST. OFFICE OVER POSTOFXE. FARMER'S PHONE MO. 55. NTON, - . ILLINOIS ARTHUR G. HARRIS, LAWYER. UNION BLOCK. DIXON, - - ILLINOIS I. F. EDWARDS. BOUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. Of vee (joumy. Illinois, Teacners examinations in mv office. in Court House. Uixon 111., the lirst Saturday in everv month with the exception of January and'July and m auimov marcniun lmu ami uct. 7tn, 1HU4 and March 10th. 1008. The Annual Institute willbe held In Amuoy. Aug. sa-.'o. 04. GARDNER & SON, AUCTIONEERS. Satisfaction Guarauteefl or no Charge Always at home Saturday ROCH ELLE . ILL. KILLthi cough and CURE the LUNGS WITH Dr. King's Now Discovery ONSUIVIPTION Price OUGHSand 50c&$1.00 OLDS Free Trial. Surest and Qu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 May 1905

ASHTdi m Gazette, VOL. XI. NO. 12. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAY 18. 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 533. 1 HE SHIP LARGE QUANTITIES OF ASPARAGUS The Industry In Ashton Is Now On In Full Blast SHIPMENTS ARE MADE TO A GREAT MANY LARGE CITIES Hundreds of Crates Have Been Cut and the Prices Average Well-The Crop Is Good. The industry of asparagus raising1 hi Ashton is now on in full force and scarcely a train goes east that is not laden with many cases of asparagus. Many of our readers do not know of the large amount of revenue it brings to Ashton. The season commenced about three weeks ago and will last until the first of July. The teamster's strike has seriously effected this year's business, financially, as it .came on just as the season opened and the prices were the highest, and iott the shippers to find new firms to ship to at the last minute. There are five men engaged in the worlc of raising, ilenton Drummond is the largest shipper and has fourteen acres under cultivation. E. C. Shippee i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 May 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. ILLINOIS. CKuKtlt DIES li CAK TAMMANY CHIEFTAIN ANOTHER SON. LOSES Ballroad Men Discover Corpse of Young Man on Train in Kungas Non-I. lability Contracts Held Valid by Judge in Ohio Minor News. Herbert V. Croker, son of Richard Croker, the former Tamany leader, died on a Santa Fc train between Kansas City and Newton, Kan. Mysterious circumstances, seeming to indicate foul play, accompanied the tragedy. The sudden death of another son, Frank Croker, In the Ormond-Daytona Beach automobile races last winter, makes more sad the bereavement which has befallen th political chieftain. Young Croker was helped to board the train in Kansas City shortly after 10 o'clock at night by Charles Woodson, the negro porter of the Coates House. Croker seemed only half conscious, as if suffering from tha effects of liquor or drugs. His companion assisted him to a seat in the chair car, and then gave him a purse containing a railroad ticket and $19. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 May 1905

to open oiga; .tic coal fiklus, Three Firms Compete for the Mining Kiuhte In Saline Comity. The immense coal fields in Sai'.iie nmitv nro .-it ni-cspnt assuming Hllcll nc livity as has never boon witnessed in that section before. Among those most interested in securing conl land in Saline county f.re the Peabody Coal Company unrl tin, tli'iii of i (In rii Kimr & Co. of -Chicago and S. C. Cover, a Pennsylvania capitalist. The Pea body Coal Company is extending its holdings o coal lands in the territory northwest of Harrisbnrg and within the past few days has paid out $1)0,000 to the farmers of Saline county. Its usual plan has been to buy only the coal, but in most cases lately Vi ,.,.r.,,.., ,.u -,.n Hi,. has been purchased at as high as $75 an acre for both surtace and coal, this compan, Iiiki 4t l.,.l ,, ,lnnl fnr .". (MNl IICI'CS ill the Rami neighborhood, which was hotly contested for by another syndicate. tVnnrn T.'imT X. ir, nf flllicfllTO are DOt only making a liv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 May 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1905. Thursday morning- Mrs. Adam Krug was bitten by a cat. The cat became caught in a trap and in trying to free it, she was bitten on the hand. On Friday morning her arm was swelled up and pained her some. It grew worse and she has suffered intense pain since. Tuesday afternoon Mr. George Schaffer brought to our sanctum a potato blossom. He planted his potatoes early in April and must have rushed them to get blossoms so early in the season. At this rate Mr. Schaffer will not have to wait long for a mess of new potatoes. Guy Shottenkirk returned Monday evening after several months absence, having been working with sales in Oakland California. After he finished his work he took a pleasure trip up the coast into Washington ret...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 May 1905

1 What People Hre Doing. 5 VanNess went to Dixon C. Belles was in Dixon Satur day. Geo. Ltickey went to Rockford Friday. Mrs. M. L. Lyon was in Ko chelle Friday. M. L. Lyon was out from the city over Sunday. C. A. Shibley went to Rochelle Thursday afternoon. Isaac Trask was a business visitor in Nachusa Friday. Caspar Krug was a business caller in Dixon Friday. Oscar Schade was in Franklin Grove Friday morning1. Geo. VV. Krug went to Dixon Monday on business. Henry F,. Stevenson went to Chicago Saturday noon. Henry Vaupel was a business visitor in Dixon Saturday. Mrs. A. W. Rosecrans was a passenger to Rochelle Friday. VV. H. Light was an east bound passenger Saturday on business. Miss Charlotte Trostle went to Franklin Grove Saturday morning. A. M. Moore has been on the sick list suffering from Laryngitis. Henry Stevenson and A. M. Moore were in Sterling Thursday. Mrs. Andrew Graff of Dixon visited Saturday with Mrs. Adam Krug. Mrs. Chas. L. Clark was in Franklin Grove Saturday aft...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 May 1905

WE MAf GROW OI.O. The chilli of sjx, woru out uf. last With romping, romping through the day, Upon his mother's lap falls fast Asleep nml dreams again of play Until n fairy honoy bee Comes drowsing to him from the wold, Play, baby, while the fun is free Some day you may be growing old." The lad of twenty who has known A certain puppy love nffair Sighs like a man who lias outgrown The world and nil its shallow glare; He sees himself stale, tired, blase, Sick of ambition, honors, gold, And murmurs in a careless way, "I think 111 soon be growiug old." The man of forty, as the hair Proves sorry traitor to his skull, Strokes lovingly the spaces bare And thinks of weighty things and dull; Of some remotely distant year When bones shall creak on hinges cold, Remarking more in grief than fear, "Some day 1 shall be growing old." The granddad, chewing at li is gums, His eighty years already gone, Twirls his stout stick between his thumb' And sees the old world rolling on; Low in the ashes of h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 May 1905

LIEUTENANT BOWMAN. IN FORir-EIGHT HOURS PfflCIOl. Cold Affected Head and Throat Attack Was Severe. Chas. W. Bowman, 1st lAeat. nn Adjt 4th M. S. M. Cnv. Vols., writes lrom J.anli.mi, Jul., as follows: "Tliouph somewhat averse to patent medicines, ami still more averse to becoming n professional affidavit man, it eeems only a plain duty in the present instance to add my experience to the columns already written concerning the curative powers of I'eruna. I have been particularly benefited by its use for colds in the head and throat. I have been able to fully cure myself of a most severe attack In forty-eight hours by its use according to directions. I use It as a preventive whenever threatened with an attack. "Members of my family also use it for like ailments. We are recommending it to our friends." C. W. Bowman. Pe-ru-na Contains no Narcotics. One reason why Peruna has found permanent use in so many homes is that it contains no narcotic of any kind. It can be used any length of time...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 May 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 13. DR. S. C. GOULH, DENTIST. OFFICE OVER POSTOFXE. FARMER'S PHONE NO. 55. HTON, - - ILLINOIS ARTHUR G. HARRIS, LAWYER. UNION HLOCK. DIXON, - - ILLINOIS. I. F. EDWARDS. Bounty superintendent of schoot.s nf yLee County. Illinois, Teachers' examina tions 111 ray omce.in Court House. Dixon, 111., the first Saturday In every month with the exception of January anil July and in Am boy March 11th mm arid Oct. Tin. 11KI4 and March 10th. 1MB. The Annual Institute will be held in Ambnv Aug. ii-M, U. GARDNER & SON, AUCTIONEERS. Satisfaction Guaranteed or no Charge Always at h ome Saturday ROCHELLE, ILL. KILL the COUCH and CURE the LUPVCS w Dr. King's Now Discovery F0RL ONSUMPTION Price OUGHSand 50c & $1.00 OLDS Free Trial. Surest an...

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