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

i THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED 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. 86. THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1905. i A Gasoline Cupid By CHITTENDEN MARRIOTT Copyright 1901 by T. C. McClure I . A A .. A A A A A A. A A A A A I. W ' rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT "Teuf! teuf! teuf! H-r-r-r! Wough!" The automobile ceased its monotonous chant, coughed once or twice and subsided into a state of silence and, alasl Immobility. In a moment the chauffeur was off his seat and poking about In the machinery. Then he went to the door of the carriage and touched his hat. "Beg pardon, miss," he said, "but she's broke down and '11 have to go to the shop., I'm sorry, but you'll have to get around the city some other way." The girl on the back seat, a tall, handsome blond with the bluest of blue eyes, uttered an exclamation. "If that isn't too bad! And I'...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 July 1905

What People Jlre Doing. John Sindlinger went to Dixon Monday. II. S. Rcinema of Chana was in town Friday. Wm. Oesterheld went to Ro- , chelle Friday. John Beahen went to Dixon on business, Friday. - Mrs. P. M. Snippee went to Chicago Saturday. Ernest Wiener went to Flagg Tuesday morning-, Cris Gross of Franklin Grove was in town Saturday. Andrew Butler returned from Iowa Monday morning. Henry Stephan was a business caller in Dixon Monday. Rev. J. Zipperer went to Chi cago Monday afternoon. Will Hart was down from Be- loit a few days last week. Henry Krug and wife went to Chicago Monday morning. Will Edgington of Oregon was over Sunday to visit his sister. Chas. Bennett went to Rochelle on business Monday afternoon. A. Griswoldand wife have re-( turned from their visit at Beloit D. M. Billmire and L. Paddock were visitors in Rochelle Sunday Joe btevens ot steward wtfs transacting business here Saturday. Mrs. James. Richardson and daughter visited over Sunday in Dixon. Ray Miller of D...

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

THAT BOY O' ROGERS. That boy o' Rogers Lord spare me from raisin' sech o brat as hel Ef ever mischief was boiled down Into a freckled, red-bnlred clown, An' turned loose on two spiudliu' shanks 1 bother mankind with his pranks, 'Twas that ar boy o' Rogers! Th' wa'n't no question that he'd be Inside th' penitentiary Aforo he was a man full grown. He, could conspire more tricks alone Than any boy I ever seed, Th' biggest scamp, we all agreed, Was that ar boy o' Rogers! He turned up missln' went out West, I 'low we thought it was th' best Thing that hnd ever happened yet, When he made up his mind t' git For us he couldn't go too fur, An' we all said "Good riddance," sir, T' that ar boy o' Rogers! He left us twenty years ago; I was out West a month nr an Las' spring, an', Jack, my boy, says he i u tane ye up to-day t' see Th' Guvernor!" Wall, sir, I'm cussed, I knew him when I seed him fust, 'Twas thatt nr boy o' Rogers!" Bismarck (N. D.) Tribune. BETTY'S BET H SUPPOSE that's a fresh vi...

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

HOW TO WIN SUCCESa Marketing Potato Crop. In line with the classic case of the oyster shippers, cited by President Hadlev of Yale University In his book MEN WHO WILL DISCUSS RUSSO-JAPANESE PEACE TERMS. Governor Douglaa of Maaeachnaetta Olvea Advice to Boya. From a nlace at the cobbler's bench on iuilroad Transportation, is the case at a mere pittance, William L.Douglas of the Aroostook potato powers has risen to the highest executive po- brounht by President Tuttle of tbe Son Ihe State8 of Massachusetts, Boston and Maine r that of Governor, and has made him- Senate enW better BD0W now self a millionaire. His rules and pre- raroad worlfg for the lnterest of the cepts or success are given ujr Women Obtain Mrs. Pinkham's Advice and Eelp. the Has Guided Thousands to HealthsHow Lydia B. Plnkham'Veftif Compound Curad Bin. Fred Sejdel. , It is great satisfaction lor a woman to feel that she can write to a nother telling her the most private and confidential details about her illness, and k...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 July 1905

DR. ti. 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 PPOSITENEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FARMERS' PHONE NO ty DR. S. C. GOULD, E NT 1ST. OFFICE OVER POSTOFXE. FARMER'S PHOME NO. 55. BTON, ILLINOIS ARTHUR G. HARRIS, LAWYER. UNION BLOCK. DIXON. - - ; ILLINOIS. I. F. EDWARDS. COUNVT SUPERINTENDENT OP SCHOOLS, of Lee County, Illinois, Teachers' examinations in my offlce.in Court House, Dixon, 111., the first Saturday in every month with the exception of January and July and tn Amboy March nth 1W04 and Oct. 7th, 11HM, and March 10th, 1KB. TMe Annual Institute willfoe held in Amboy, auj. aa-se, '04. GARDNER & SON, AUCTIONEERS. Satisfaction Guaranteed or no Charge Always at home Saturday ROOHELLE, ILL. LIVERY, FEED, AND SALE STABLE. First-class rigs at reasonable prices Large feed shed in connection. - Burses boarded by day, week or month No cha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 July 1905

Fhe ashtc'N Gazette VOL. XI. NO. 21. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 542. CAMP MEETING AT FRANKLIN Fine Weather Makes It Pleasant for All Those on the Camp Ground. GOOD SPEAKERS HOLD AUDIENCE IN SPITE OF HEAT The Attendance Is Not Quite up to Former Years Owing to Many Outside Attractions. The annual camp meeting of Methodists of the Dixon District, Rock River Conference opened at Franklin Grove Thursday. The The date of holding this encampment is five weeks earlier than the date of previous years. There is a well marked interest taken in the meetings in spite of the oppressive heat. It is believed by many that the attendance of the first Sunday was not quite as large as the attendance of the same day on former years. Several outside attractions and the oppressive heat are probably to has been a missionary in China. Tuesday began a series of addresses on special Sunday school work by Rev. D. M. Tompkins of DeKalb at 10:30 a. m. Bible reading was conducted by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 July 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. ATTEMPT TO POISON. MINNESOTA GIRL IN PLOT WORTHY OF LUCRETIA BORGIA. fiends Peieoned Orange to Supposed Bival and Poisons Well at House Where Bated One Uvea Canada Plana to Have Large Militia. Wild Johnson, pretty young woman of Steele county, Minn., Is accused of having put pa rig green la a well on ths, arm of John L. Johnson with the purpose of ending the life of Mrs. Lundatrom, a widow, the daughter of Johncoo, and of sending a poisoned orange to that young woman. Jealousy Is said to be the motive for the attempts on the life of Mrs. Lindstrom. Miss Johnson la under arrest. Mrs. Lindstrom Is a school teacher, and Miss Johnson sent to her an orange which the State chemist says contains enough poison to kill twenty people. It was laid aside, and no one drank of the water in the poisoned well until after the presence of paris green there was discovered. The prosecution states that there is a young man In the neighborho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 July 1905

ILLINOIS BOY8 SCHOOL IB OPEN. Vate and Public Officials Speak at Bt. Charles' Formal DedicationFormer Gov. Richard Yates, Chicafo -court officials and 300 other persons interested in the solution of the child prob4em attended the dedication and forml -opening of the St. Charles School tir ,Boys at St. Charles. There are already 150 boys on the farm. The farm proper -consists of about 000 acres. This year (the management has placed 300 acres un4er cultivation. There are now growinf crops of com, oats, barley, a great variety of garden and fruit truck. Thert is now a governing force of forty peopl, leaded by Nelson W. McLain as superintendent and Fred Ward, assistant. Thera is a dairy barn with twenty-sir .cows, a horse barn with fifteen horses, ".a poultry house with 150 chickens, a bake shop and kitchen and laundry in one 'building. Besides, there is a tailor and a carpenter shop. The boys are doing the work in all of the fields and the -shops. They are drilled in different kinds of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 July 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. POBUSHED 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, JULY 20, 1905. RICHARD YATES. Preeminently this is a day and aee of vountr men. Fast are the older men dropping out of the rank and file of public work and the demand comes not for old men, but for young-, active, enter getic men. A few decades ago the time was that unless a man's hair was white, his face wrinkled and his step faltering- he was not considered competent and a- ble to hold an office of great pub he trust. Colleges and universities have done wonders in the early devel- opement of the present genera tion. There is a contest coming which will decide which the pub lie will want in the way of a man, a man to represent one of the lar gest, most important and gon- ous states of a nation that stands a peer without equal. Shall...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 July 1905

What People Hre Doing. Misses Anna and Emma Schuc hart went to Kockford Tuesday noon for a visit. H. Bassler was in Rochelle . F, Tuesday. Dr. Koe of Chana was in town Saturday. Geo. Brewer and wife spent Friday in Dixon. Frank Billmire was a caller in Rochelle Sunday. uarrie uouiweii ot r lagg was in town Tuesday. P. F. Geary went to Dixon on business Monday. Robert Guy went to Chicago Tuesday morning. John Drummond and wife went to Dixon yesterday. MrsS. C.Gould went to Chicago Monday morning. Chas. Clark'was over to Polo last Friday on business. W. C. Yenerich went to Tama, Iowa, Thursday morning. M. M. Billmire was a business caller in Dixon Thursday. Mrs. Wm. Farver went to Franklin Grove Saturday. Miss Marie Harris came Monday from her home at Lee. Frank Hart went to Beloit, Wisconsin Monday morning. Misses Kate Ventler and Lizzie Nass were in Dixon Monday Isaac Trask was a business caller in 'Mt. Morris, Friday Warren Sanders went to Chica go Monday noon on business. Harry Wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 July 1905

A SONG FOR TWILIGHT, In the west the daylight dies, ixonder moon begins to rise, Close your pretty violet eyes, Baby, dearest baby; Birds have ceased their joyous flight, JTrightened by the coming night, In their nests they wait the light, Baby, dearest baby. Mow to bed the daytime goes, Sleep is wooing bird and rose. Let your tired eyelids close, ; Baby, dearest baby; Stars are peeping one by one, Where the fluffy cloudlets run. Since the noisy day Is done, Baby, dearest baby. Push and hear the zephyrs blow Soft the silver brooklets Sow, Branches waving to and fro, Baby, dearest baby; Drift to dreamland's dusky vales Borne by light and fairy vales In a boat with silver sails, Baby, dearest baby. Slumber in the mystic barque, Floating through the realms of dark, Till the morning and the lark, Baby, dearest baby; Yonder moon begins to rise, Dreaming, hear faint lullabies. Sleep has kissed your violet eyes, Baby, dearest baby. Chicago Chronicle. LEFT. CTOOHEN our 'riends congratuVWf l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 July 1905

fp3 StO MAY BE USED FROM THE HOUR OF BIRTH Weighing tht Baby. Physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and chemists throughout the world endorse Cuticura Soap because of its delicate, medicinal, emollient, sanative, and antiseptic properties derived from Cuticura, the great Skin Cure, united with the purest of cleansing ingredients and most refreshing of flower odors. For (reserving, purifying, and beautiying the skin, as well as for all the purposes of the toilet and bath, Cuticura Soap, assisted by Cuti cura Ointment, the great Skin Cure, is priceless. Guaranteed absolutely pure, and may be used from the hour of birth. Two Roap 1b OD6 at on vrlr. naaftelj, Hadlefoal And Tolitt Sotp for 16c. Pottrr Drug A Cacrn. Corp kJ Prnpi., Boiton. Mailed 1 raa, "How to Con for aaaiij ovuif untfi mat uuiA Croat Combination for THIS SUMMER'S VACATION THE Canadian Rockies the grandest scenery in the world unapproachable in magnificence and majesty and THE LEWIS AND CLARK Centennial Exposition AT PORTLAND...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 July 1905

COOKING UTENSILS. 13 Just received a large in- Srf SB voice of Enamel ware. Cook- jjjj ing kettles from the smallest jj to the largest. Our ware is k$ equal to any pf the high (5 priced ware and you pay ' 85 less. The reason is we Juiy J direct from the factory, hence Jj the quality and small prices. jjS Call and examine our ware. 3 ? SB i uS7 The RacKet, j& 9(5 . 9 Cp FARRINGER, Prop., Alhton, Illinois. ijjj Banner Fashions Banner Fashions MAIM SIMPLES HE Owing to the advantages we have for the distribution of Jarge quantities ol merchandise through our syndicate or stores, we are enabled to purchase from the manufactures and jobbers large quanities of their sample stocks at this time of the year, at prices less than cost to manufacture, enabling us to offer to our patrons fresh, reliable merchandise, at prices to y2 less than their value. The values we are offering can be best appreciated by a personal visit to our store. During July we will have many special bargains ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 July 1905

Fhe ASHTdN Gazette. VOL, XI. NO. 22. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JULY 27. 1905 WHOLE NUMBER 543: CAMP MEETING HAS CLOSED Dr. Pooley and Dr. Hardin Were Leading Speakers Sunday 3500 IN ATTENDANCE THE LAST DAY Camp Meeting Thli Year Was Full of Good Thlnts and the Ideal Weather During the Ten Days Made It a Pleasant Outing. The ten day Camp-meeting of the Methodists ot Dixon District, Rock River Conference came to t successful close Sunday evening While the attendance was not quite up to last year, it was so near it that the slierht decrease was most likely due to the op pressive heat and outside attrac tions the first Sunday. The at tendance Sunday was nearly 3000 gate admissions, besides the many season tickets -and preachers and their families, easily makiug the attendance 3500. The interest throughout the meetings was very marked and the many attendants secured blessings. The financial end of meetings was also a success, Supt. A. J. Nickey telling us that they had paid up last yea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 July 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. FIX. BOUNDARY LINE. VERMONT TOWN 8 FOUND TO BE IN CANADA. Three Tillages Bnppoeed to Belong to Uncle Bam Go to the Dominion with Qaite Slice of Territory Farming Stopped by Mosquitoes. Three towns in northern Vermont with a total population of 4,500 that have always supposed they were a part of Uu cle Sams domain have been proven to he located In Canada. The towns are Richiord, East Rich ford and Stevens Mills. Some time ago a Joint surveying commission composed of J. B. Baylor and song, and P. W. Staples of Washing ton, representing the United States, and Engineers E. C. and E. Rainboth, and V. W. King of Ottawa, was appointed to Inspect the boundary line between the United States and Canada. As a result of their labors a strip of land severs miles in length and from one-half to one mile in -width is found to belong to Canada. On this land are located the three places mentioned. Kichford has been one of the important o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 July 1905

ILLINO TATE WOULD PREVENT DIKE. Asks Court to Forbid Its Construction Across Spring Lake Canal. An information in equity was filed by .Attorney General Stead in the Tazewell county circuit court, the purpose of which js to prevent a dike being built across the -canal leading into Spring lake, fourteen miles below I'ekin. Tho Spring lake ' drainage and levee district was formed ,by wealthy land owners of Tazewell , .-county and plans were devised to drain .about 15,000 acres of laud in this dis trict. Several farmers owning land in "v ithe district objected to the plan and ' -steps were taken to prevent it. The State of Illinois by an act of 181 7 had appro priated $0,200 for the dredging of a canal .connecting the Illinois river with Spring Jake and since then has appropriated .money to deepen and maintain the ditch, 'The objectors contend that Spring lake lis a navigable body of water and is un der the control of the State of Illinois and the canal is under the control of the canal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 July 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, JULY 27, 1905. TRICOLOR AND COCKADE. Ortarln of the Historic Red, White and Blue of France. Some seventy or eighty years before France was Involved In the names of the revolution that Is, at the epoch of the war of the succession when she was in close alliance with Spain and Bavaria It was thought desirable to distinguish the allied soldiers by a cockade which combined the colors of the three nations the white of France, the red of Spain and the blue of Bavaria. To none of such Incidents, however, would it be wise to attribute the origin of the historic tricolor and cockade adopted by revolutionary France. At the outset there seemed a likelihood that green, which Camille Desmoulins bad popularized at the Palais Royal, would have beco...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 July 1905

H What Peopk Jlre Doing. . m I Warren Sanders went to Dixon Tuesday. H. E. Chadwick was in Dixon Thursday. ( W. C. Yenerich went to Chicago Monday. E. J. Yenerich went to Dixon Friday afternoon. v Walter Purdy went to Dixon Monday afternoon. Mrs. M. Beach went to Rochelle Tuesday noon. V. H. Meyers transacted business in Dixon Friday. Brown Garrett was a business caller in Dixon Friday. John Andrus transacted business in Dixon Saturday. A. M. Moose was a business caller in Mendota Friday. Geo. Van Ness was a caller in Dixon Monday afternoon. J. C. Griffith was a business caller in Dixon Saturday. Frank Bohart and mfe were callers in Rochelle Sunday. Geo. Garrett was a business caller in Rockford Tuesday. Wm. Ackerman and wife Dixon were here over Sunday. Miss Emma Schade went Chicago Thursday for a visit. Mrs Henry Krug has returned home from a visit in Chicago. John Sfephan has sold his horse and buggy to Dr. Pierce. Henry Stephan went to Chicago Thursday noon on business. Sherriff...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 July 1905

THE FIRST ONE. t loved a girl when I was young, A girl I dared not try to kiss; Our love was shy and found no tongue, But eyes told tales we could not mis. The years have stretched a lifetime now. - And I have loved more girls than one And I have kissed with deepest vow, And kissed before I knew 'twas done. And that first girl I never met After her pigtails coiled her head; And I can't say my eyes were wet When someone told that she was dead. Tet there it Is; she is the one, The only one of women all. Now that the list is closed and done, Whom dreams of day and night recall, Only last night she came to me, Still silent came, as shy and sweet, And then I learned what life might be Dream-dawn I sought my sweetheart's feet. I I laid my head upon her breast; Within that haven reached at last, There canie no echo save of rest. From all the lifelong weary past. To each poor dog his day, we're told; Of my queer luck here is the best; I dreamed that girl, forgot of old. Caressed my head aga...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 July 1905

Cure ForJThe Blues ONE MEDICINE THAT HAS JREVER FAILED Health Fully Restored awl the Joy of Life RegaineJ When acheerf ul, brave, light-hearted Woman is suddenly plunged into that perfection of misery, the BLUES, itie a ead picture. It is usually this way t She has been feeling "out of sorts'' for some time; head has ached and back also ; has slept poorly, been quite nervous, and nearly fainted once or twice; head dizzy, and heart-beats very fast; then that baring--down feeling, and during her menstrual period she is exceedingly , despondent. Nothing pleases her. '. Her doctor says : " Cheer op: you have dyspepsia; you will be all right soon." But she doesn't get " all right," and hope vanishes; then come the brooding, morbid, melancholy, everlasting BLUES. Don't wait until your sufferings have driven you to despair, with your nerves all shattered and your courage gone, but take Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound. See what it did for Mrs. Bosa Adams, of 819 12th Street, Louisville...

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