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

to of Su-Dixon 1 Wbat People JIre Doing. Robert Guy was a passenger east Friday. Elton Luckey was a Mendota visitor Sunday. Roscoe Leichliter was a Dixon visitor Thursday. Clifford Luckey and wife were Dixon callers Thursday. Rev. Wm. Schuster went Peoria Sunday evening. A. J. Nickey was a caller Franklin Grove Monday. M. M. Billmire was a business caller in Steward Tuesday. S. T. Zeller was a business caller in Chicago, Tuesday. Chas. L. Clark was a business caller in Sterling Thursday. Bert Starks and family of Lee Center were in town Friday. S. E. Johnson of Dixon was a business caller here last week. Just received another ton of Chick Food at Smith's Pharmacy. J. W. Richardson has been confined to his bed since Decoration Day. G. H. Sasman of Dixon was a caller in town Saturday afternoon. Wiener & Newcomer have put lightning rods on Chas. Wsiguer's house. Lost A gold watch last week. Leave at the Gazette office and get reward. Mrs. W. Bohart went to Rochelle Saturday...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 June 1905

ENCHANTED GROUND. Ufhta I was a girl, and my foolish young head Was crowded with lovers and castles in air, One day whan the sky was nil mcltingly spread, We walked where the meadows lay hazy and fair By the river, down there. t can hear it this minute the mill-dam's loud pour, The rush of the race, and the creak of the mill; I can see the old willows that clung to the shore. Each gnarled, knotted branch in its dainty green frill You remember them still? 'Wast you whispered me then was the first I had heard I myself, in the flesh, not fn thought of that theme, The oldest, perhaps,, in this world; and each word Melted into my mood as I sat in a dream Gazing out at tho stream. There was never a person we met in our walk; One dragon-fly only shot awift through the air; And he stopped not, or heeded our innocent talk; From his haste it would seem that his heart was elsewhere; Not a moment to spare! You've forgotten it, doubtless, your mind has grown wide; Wide-meshed like a net, and the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 June 1905

WEAKNESS E EOT FLASHES AND SINKING SPELLS CONQUERED AT LAST. feCrm. Murphy Tell Ber Fellow-8uflferr How She Got Rid of Serlou. Trouble by Simple Home Treatment. "I had been bothered for several years," said Mrs. Murphy, "by stomach disorder, and finally 1 became very weak and nervous. Flashes of heat would pass over me, and I would feel as if I was sinking down. At such times I could not do any household work, but would have to lie down, and afterwards I would have very trying nervous spells. " " Didn't you have a doctor f " she was asked. " Yes, I consulted several doctors but my health did not improve. One day a friend asked me why I did not try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. She assured me that they had proved of the greatest benefit in the case of her daughter. In fact, she praised them so enthusiastically that tny husband got me a box." "And what was the result?" " Before I had taken half of the first box my condition was greatly improved. The quickness with which they reached and r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 June 1905

DR. H. A. BREMMER, Physician & Surgeon. Office on first floor of new building apposite the hotel. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. D R. W. C. MCWETHY SURGEON DENTIST. SECOND LOOR;OF NEW BUILDING PPOSITENEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FARMERS' PHONE NO 13. DR. S. C. GOULH, DENTIST. OCFICE OVER POSTOFXE. FARMER'S PHONE NO. 55. HT0N, ILLINOIS ARTHUR G. HARRIS, LAWYER. UNION BLOCK. DIXON. - - ILLINOIS. I. F. EDWARDS. (lOCNVT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS, Of -'Lee County, Illinois, Teachers' exaininapns in my omce.in court House, uixon, L, the first Saturday In eyery month Ftti the exception of January and July and Ambov March nth 1904 and Oct. 7th. 104. and March 10th, 1905. Ifce Annual Institute will be held in Amboy, Aug. m-36. 04. GARDNER & SON, AUCTIONEERS. Satisfaction Guaranteed or do Charge Always at home Saturday ROCHELLE. ILL. kill, cough and CURE thk LUNGS Dr. King's Nov; Discovery FORI; ONSUMPTION Prie. OUGHSand 60c & $1.00 'OLDS Free Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 June 1905

The ashton Gazette. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 15. 1905. VOL. XI. NO. 16. WHOLE NUMBER 537. SIX GRADUATED Four Young Ladles and Two Gentlemen Comprise Class of 1905 EXERCISES ATTENDED BY LARGE CROWD A Protrwn of Esyi ir the Member of the Class m4 music M4e us Evenlms Exercises Which Were Enjoyed by EveryoneTHE GRADTt. ELIZABETH NETTLETON, ROBERTA BROWN, MINNIE ASCHENBRENNER, EVALYN HUNT, HENRY NELSON, ru.Pirs VENERICHThe annual graduation exercises of the Ashton Public High School were held in Schuchart's opera house, Friday evening, June 9th, at eight o'clock. The hall was crowed to its utmost capacity, with patrons of the school. The rain of the morning cooled the air very much and although the house was crowded it was very comfortable. The stage was very appropriately decorated with flags, palms and ferns. The first number ou the program was a beautiful sanction from Fantana by the Ashton orchestra, composed of John Charters, Dr. S. C. Gould, A. J. Orner, Geo. Orner and Mr....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 June 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. HAS ENOUGH SILVER. UNCLE SAM IS IN THAT HAPPY CONDITION. So Much Undistributed Coin in BnbTreaanry that Congress Bends No More Bullion to Philadelphia Mint for a Time-One Hundred Autos Burn. There is so much silver coin in the eubtreasury that Congress has not Keen fit to send any additional silver bulk to Philadelphia fur coinage, and it is simply os a result of this condition that Superintendent Lamiis has notified all employes of the Philadelphia mint that work in all departments of that institution will be suspended until further orders. The mint is usually shut down for repairs every summer, but it is said that the suspension of operations may extend this year over a period longer than the usual three weeks. The supply of Bilver nt the mint has practicaly been exhausted, and as Congress believes that the silver coin already in the .treasury should be circulated before the manufacture of new coin it is probable that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 June 1905

GIRL SHOOTS HEIi FATHER. jFatally Wonnds Parent Who Knocks Down Her Mother. To an vp herself from a drunken at dack in which her life was threatened, Winona Gillham, aged Hi years, fatally r i,,.. fn,, .l,,lni (Gillham. The -shooting took place at the home of the -Gillhams, eighteen miles west or reoria. 'The girl went to town and after rtlating wthe circumstances gave herself up voluntarily to the sheriff. She will be held pending the result of her father's condition. The affair took place about 2 -o'clock in the morning. The daughter was returning from a concert in a neighboring village. She was met at the door -by her father, who had been drinking. He ordered her to put the horse in the .mutnro nnA when she went to do the ierrnnd he followed her and began to .,aluse her. The mother tolloweu to see whnt the irirl was doing and the crazed father struck her over the head with a -club, rendering her senseless. Alter gettiug rid of his wife the father again 'began scolding the girl an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 June 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 secuiiu-ciaBs mauct. TELEPHONE NO. 68. THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1905. ft i FredericK Labors By SIDNEY HODGES COLE X Copyright, iMt, by M. Wood Mr. Frederick Brigham leaned for ward In bis chair, his brows drawn In a frown of perplexed anxiety. "Surely, Ethel," he said in hlg de liberate drawl, "my ears have deceived me." The girl's eyes met his own squarely. Her face expressed very plainly her disapproval. "I think you have no cause to com plain of defective bearing," she said stiffly. "You don't mean what you have Just aid?" he asserted. "I most certainly do mean It," she averred. I never doubted for a moment you would marry me," said he. "I always supposed" "Suppositions are not sureties," she Informed him. "Ethel," he said coaxingly, "this has gone far enough as a Joke. Its getting to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 June 1905

What People Jlre Doing. Joe Roesler went lo Rochelle Tuesday. Warren Sanders was in Franklin Grove Friday. Will Meister went to Franklin Grove Saturday. Will Messer Jr. was a caller in Dixon Saturday. Dr. Pierce was in Rochelle one day last week. Mrs. W. Hunt went to Chicago Thursday morning. F. H. Bassler transacted busi ness in Dixon Friday. Mrs. Albert Chambers visited in Rochelle Saturday. Caspar Kruef was a business caller in Dixon Friday. J. A. Roesler has a new sign on the front of his store. Miss Minnte Klaus went to Franklin Grove Saturday. Nick Schuchart was a Rochelle caller Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lake of Rochelle have a baby girl. Miss Marie Harris came last week to visit with friends. M. N. Glenn transacted business in Chicago Thursday. A. W. Thorp, the insurance agent was in town Monday. Alfred Edons went to Haldane Saturday to visit with friends. H. C. Beach of Rock ford was a business caller in town Tuesday. Henry Gross was a business caller in Rochelle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 June 1905

THs- DAWN. The earth lies dim; the east Is grnyj And In the west retiring night Mingles soft shadows; then a light, A sudden light begins to pl:iy From yon high hill, and deeply red The wakening sun lifts up his head, And glancing on the dew-touched earth, The world seems smiling in new birth. Then rising higher creation stirs, And opes a million eyes of light, And dew-drops tremble on the sight. And like a foe 'fore conquerors Westward the huddling shadows fly, And 'neath the soft blue of the sky Dances the land in rapturous glee While winds and birds breathe harmony. I fill YOURSELF IS III Pitt ! r CANNOT wait any longer. I II must have my uiouey, and If you " cannot pay It, I must foreclose the mortgage and sell the place," said Mr. .Merton. "In that case," Bald Mr. Bishop, "it will, of course, be sold at a great sacrifice; and, after all the struggles I have made, my family will again be lomeless. It Is hard. I only wish you ttad to earn your money as I do mine. You might then k...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 June 1905

tills Heaith Was Wrecked, Pe-runa Gave New Life HON. JOHN TIGHE. Assemblyman Tlghe's letter should be read by every brain worker leading m strenuous me. Hon. John Tighp. No. 08 Remsen St Cohoes. N. Y.. MTTvier f AswemHv from the Fourth district, Albany county, In. i.. writes as toliows: "Peruna has niy hearty indorsement as a restorative tonic of superior merit. At times when I have bpen completely broken uown trom excess of work, so that my faculties seemed actually at standstill, Periinn has acted as a healing restorer, starting the machinery of mind and body afresh .with new life and energy. "I recommend it to a man tired in mind and body as a tonic superior to anything I know of and well worthy serious consideration. J. Tighe. txcess ot work so common in our country causes impaired nerves, leading to catarrh and catarrhal nervousness disease that is responsible for half of all nervous troubles. Peruna cures this trouble because it cures catarrh wherever located. If you do not de...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 June 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. GOULP, DENTIST. OFFICE OVER POSTOFXE. FARMER'S PHONE NO. 55. HTON, - - ILLINOIS ARTHUR G. HARRIS, LAWYER. UNION BLOCK. OIXON, - - ILLINOIS. I. F. EDWARDS, ODHVT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. Of tee nountv. Illinois. Teachers' examina tions In my omce.ln Court House, Dixon, III., the first Saturday In every month -with the exception of January and July and in Amboy March 11th 1904 and Oct. 7th. 1904, and March 10th, 1905. Tle 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. KILLthi cough and CURE thk LUNGS Dr. King's WITH Now Discovery forC 0NSUMPTI0N Pries OUGHSand 60c 4 $1.00 OLDS Fret Trial. Surest and Quickes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 June 1905

ASHTd -L JL JLVOL. XI. NO. 17. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 538. THE Gaz CAMP MEETING To Be Held at Franklin July 13 to 23 Grove IS FIVE WEEKS EARLIER THAN FORMERLY Every Detail Is Belie Arrant ed for RelWous Feast amongst Methodists or Dlxoa District, Rock River Conference. How quickly the years speed away! And what busy years they are! We get weary; and - as we work - we find that we need new inspirations because of the energy we expend. Sweetly to the tired one comes the call to rest; rest for body, peace for soul. Camp Meeting furnishes us another opportunity for these. Why do we hold the session earlier than usual? Chiefly that we may come to our religious resting place before both mind and body have become more wearied because of the summer jaunts and visiting and- various ways of spending vacation. The change of time to July seems to meet with hearty approval from most portions of the District, so we have reason to expect a large attendance. Last se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 June 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, . ILLINOIS. MORE OHIO FIREBUGS. ARREST MAY CAUSE SERIES OF REVELATIONS 'Wall-Known Merchant Charged in Affidavit with Being Professional In cendiary Iowa Man Found Hanging In Empty Box Cjr in Chicago. William S. Bryant, a North aBltimore, Ohio, vehicle dealer and liveryman, has been arrested on an affidavit charging Mm with causing an incendiary fire at North Baltimore nine sears ago. This arrest, it is believed, will lead to disclosures pertaining to a number of other Hi leged incendiary fires at North Baltimore and vicinity in the last ten years, which It is said that Bryant has criminal knowledge. The arrest of Bryant followed a signed confession made by Jvf ferson Riehcreek. who claims that he paid Bryant $250 for burning his furn ture store at North Baltimore on th evening of April 20, 1890. Riehcreek in his confession says that at the time of this fire he was badly involved. He was treasurer of the village and had uses tome ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 June 1905

1 1 CHOOSING THE ENVOYS. FELT DEATH SIX TIMES. ILLINOS LE1TER COMPANY IS BLAMED. ttfltate Mining Board Report on Zlegler Disaster Made Public. The report of the State Mining Board . on the Zeigler mine disaster has become i public in a roundabout way. It was tiled with Governor Deneen several weeks ago and, although he has attempted to keep .it secret, It found its way into an Eastern mining magazine. The report blames Bthe management of the Leiter Mining Company for the incident and says the s State .mining laws were violated. After v saying that the mine was pot legally in- , spected by tn inspector licensed by the . State Mining Board, the report asserts . that crosscuts in the mine were not at ra proper distance apart and some 'rooms were 300 feet from the last crosscut. The report says it is believed that the amount .of air furnished by the three compressors 4'was not sufficient to ventilate the mine, -but was sufficient to cause the marsh gas explosion. From the above conditio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 June 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. OS. THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1905.t CAMP MEETING (Continued from page 1) the Secretary of details of the day. Rev. C, S. Moore of Sycamore will preach the sermon of the day and H. L. Fordham of Comp' ton will address the men and lead the service. Young People's Meeting Will be held daily at 6:30 P.M in the Epworth League tent, This has always been a most helpful and fervid meeting. No doubt this year will not only equal but excel in spiritual aggressiveness. Rev. O. T. Can field, pastor at Walnut will be in charge in co-operation with Rev. J. R. Hamilton, District Presi dent. Special Sunday School Work. To all superintendents, teach' ers and others interested in the Sunday school this part of our program will especially appeal All wish the largest succe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 June 1905

Wbat People Jlre Doing. Mrs. Geo. Luckey went to Dixon Thursday. Geo. Miller was a visitor in Chicago Friday. Miss Anna Griffith was a caller in Rochelle Thursday. Miss Inez Cross of Franklin Grove was in town, Saturday. . W. H. Light shipped 30 cords of stone to Rochelle last week. For Sale-cheap. Thad Smith returned home from Chicago Saturday afternoon. J. R. Titus and family drove over Sunday morning' to church. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brewer went to Chicago Tuesday morning. W. A. Hunt went to Chicago Monday with a couple cars of stock. -second hand bicycle. E. S. Farringer. Geo. H. Brewer was a passenger to Dixon on the morning train Monday. Dr. Hepfer of Franklin Grove was a business caller in. town Saturday. - Mesdames Wm. Wiener and F. O. Smith were Rochelle callers last week. A. J. Nickey was a business caller in Rockford and Beloit Thursday. Miss Lulu Miller of Franklin Grove was a caller in town yesterday. ' Mrs. Wm. Bode and daughter of Chicago came out Saturday to visit relati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 June 1905

i THE QUIET HOUSE. Oh, mothers, worn and weary With cares that never cease, With never time for pleasure,' With days that have no peace; With little hands to hinder, And feeble steps to guard, With tasks that lie unfinished, Deem not your lot too hard. I know a house where playthings Are hidden out of sight; No sound of childish footsteps Is heard from morn till night; No tiny hands to litter, That pull things all awry; No baby ujjtsls to pity A.j the quiet days go by. And she, the sad-eyed mother What would she give to-day To fool your cares and burdens, To walk your weary way? Ah! happy she. yea blessed, Could she again but seo Tim rooms all strewn with playthings, And the children round her knee! Montreal Witness. I MIRANDA'S WHIMS. HT was afternoon ou one of the last few hot days of summer. Through the open windows came glimpses of greeivwood bespeaking a delicious coolness and the ripple of brooks, but in the school room the air was undeniably close. The scratch of a pencil, th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 June 1905

MAD E NEW STRENGTH QUIOKEB THAU DOOTOE'S TOHTOS, BATS TYPHOID PATIENT. Tonne Lady Left by Fever la Very Weak tat Usee Dr. William' Pink rilU with Gratifying Result!. After fever, finch aa typhoid or scarlet, bag ran its full course there remains the recovery of strength. The tonic that will input rapidly increase the red corpuscles iu the blood is the one that will most quickly restore color to the pale cheeks, strength to the weak muscles, said elasticity to the sluggish nerves. So tar nothing has ever been produced superior to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for this purpose. . Miss Midendorf had been ill with typhoid fever for fourteen weeks. She had a good physician who carreid her safely through the critical stages. When he left, nothing remuiued to be done except to build up her strength, which was very feeble, and he gave her some prescriptions for that purpose. Here, however, she met with disappointment. " I took the doctor's tonics," she says, "for two mouths after I had recovered...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 June 1905

DR. H. A. BREAKHER, 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 PPOSITENEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FARMERS' PHONE NO 13. DR. S. C. GOULD, DENTIST. OFFICE OVER POSTOF'.CE. FARMER'S PHONE NO. 55. HTON, - ILLINOIS ARTHUR G. HARRIS, LAWYER. UNION BLOCK. DIXON. - - ILLINOIS. I. F. EDWARDS, ClOUHVT SUPER IN IBNDEIfT OF SCHOOLS, of Lee County, Illinois, Teachers' examinations In my office. In Court House, Dixon, 111., the first Saturday in everv month with the exception of Januarv and Julr and in Amboy March 11th 1904 arid Oct. 7th. 1904, and March 10th, 1905. The Annual Institute will be held in Amboy, Aug. !tt-S6, '04. GARDNER & SON, AUCTIONEERS. Satisfaction Guaranteed or 10 Charge Always at home Saturday ROCHELLE. ILL. KILLthi COUCH AND CURE thk LUNGS W,TH Dr. King's Now Discovery forC: ONSUMPTION Priet OUGHSand 60c &$ 1.00 'OLDS Free Trial....

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