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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 August 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 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY, AUG. 17, 1905. Geo. Garrett was in Dixon Tuesday. Elton Lucky went to Dixon Saturday. VV. H. Hart went to Amboy on business Tuesday. A. M. Moore has somethinginteresting in his advertisement on page eight this week. Read it carefully. Mrs. Elizabeth Putman went to Mil ford Iowa, Tuesday evening to visit with her sister and brothers. Arthur Gehant and family came up from Dixon Tuesday morning. Mrs. O. P. Canfield who has been visiting with them returned also, A little forethought may save you no end of trouble. Anyone who makes it a rule to keep Chamberlains colic, cholera and diarrhoea remedy at hand knows this to be a fact. For sale by Geo. R. Charters. Wm. Ocsterheld and family will move to Kochelle to-day where thev will make th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 August 1905

uuuUMMUMMNHHMUMHUt What People Jre Doing. f W. B. Garrett was in Dixon Monday. Frank Dean returned home Saturday. Fred Wood went to Dixon Thursday. Mrs. John Greve went to Dixon Saturday. Geo. VanNess was a caller in Rochelle Monday. Mrs. Ed. Reed went to Dixon Thursday afternoon, J.W. Richardson went to Dixon Thursday on business. M. M. Billmire was business caller in Oregon, Friday. Miss Anna Krug went to Chicago Saturday morning-. Henry Stephan went to Chicago Monday to buy goods. Miss Lucy Hart to Dixon Thursday for a few days visit. Mrs. Geo. Miller went to Kenosha, Wisconsin Friday morning'. Mrs. J. W. and Mrs. F. A. Richardson went to Dixon Saturday. Lyman Wright and family went to Dixon Saturday morning. Mrs. H. B. Smith and two sons Ben and Peter went to Rockford Saturday. Mrs. E. S. Farringer returned Sunday after visiting in Dixon with friends. D. R. Millard of Aurora was here looking after his business interests Friday. John Charters was home Friday evening from Oregon, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 August 1905

i THE WhALTHY PAUPER. Upon an office stool he sat. And figured with his pen His pen was new, his years were few, His weekly wage was ten. But still he scribbled patiently, And never snid a word; And the clinking of the dollars was The only sound he heard. His raise came and another But still he scratched away; When he had made his pile, he said, He'd take a holiday. Yet, while the songs of Springtime The souls of lovers stirred, The clinking of the dollars was The only sound he heard. And summers fled, and winters, And lve came straying by; Be closed his ears, as one who hears A siren's melody; And out among the meadows There caroled many a bird But the clinking of the dollars Was the only sound he heard. Age crept up In the nighttime, And bowed his busy head; His eyes grew dim, each stiffening limb Was weighted as with lead. "Was that Death's echoing footstep? Nay 'tis a thought absnrd!" For the clinking of the dollars Was the only sound he heard.) flad voices chant a requiem, And ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 August 1905

COMMODORE NIGHOLSON RECOMMENDS PERU -NA t COMMODORE Somervi!!e Nicholson of the United State Navy, ia a ' letter from 187 H street, Northwest, Washington, D. C, says: 'Your Peruna has been and is now used by so many of my friends and acquaintances as a sure cure for catarrh that I am convinced of Its curative qualities and I unhesitatingly recommend it to all persons suffering from that complaint. " Our army and our navy are the natural protection of our country. Peruna is the natural protection of the army and navy in the vicissitudes of climate and exposure. We have on file thousands of testimonials from prominent people in the army and navy. We cau give our readers only a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorsements Dr. Hartman is constantly receiving for his widely known and efficient remedy, Peruna. If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna. write at once to Dr. S. B. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 August 1905

FLOWER POTS! Now is the time to start your slips for winter so come to us for we can supply jour wants with the best and highest grade Flower Pots made by the Iowa Pottery Co. The very best of clay is used in making the finest and smoothest pot in the market. Prices range from 4 cents up, including saucers. STANDARD PATTERNS The Racket, j& lne JtvacKet, j& . S. FARRINGER, Prop., Aahton. Illinois tt.'''ji.tiir:ttttUiUt:'i:ti.tr.tijtUiji.tiui.ii.tiji.tijt-ti.tiui.fiM 1 5? 55 I Zbats W Only Way to Tmd Out. We want you to come and see for yourself, then you will now whether we are offering you Dry Goods for less money than jou can buy them elsewhere. Zbwt's a Reason. We know if you will take time necessary to look at the bargains we are offering, you cannot but see it is to your interest to trade with us. You may Think vou know where you can get the test values for the least money. All we ask is a chance to Show You. Visit our store, examine our merchandise and c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 August 1905

FHE ASHTON GAZETTE. VOL. XI. NO. 26. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24. 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 547. WERE WEDDED YESTERDAY August W. Oeslerheld and Miss Elizabeth Stautfenberg Are the Contracting Parties REV. SCHMIDT OF DIXON PERFORMED CEREMONY Reception Given At the School House After the Weddlni-Msny Presents Were Receive. . Yesterday afternoon at the hour of live o'clock at the home of the bride's p'arents, Rev. and Mrs. Stauffenberg, occured the marriage of their daughter Elizabeth to Mr. August W. Oesterheld of this city. Rev. H. F. Schmidt, pastor of the Lutheran Church of Dixon performing the ceremony. The bride was attended by Misses Katie Ventler and Amelia Oesterheld. The groom was attended by Messrs. George and Charley Gonnerman. Kathryn Bremmer, Clara Oesterheld and the bride's nephews, Willie and HeinericlT Wallace were flower bearers. There were about fifty guests present, they being relatives and officials of the church. The bride was attired in a white gown and carrie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 August 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, PllbllUier. ASHTON, STUHM H II KTfcy CHOPS. SECTIONS OF MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN, VISITED. Wind and 1111 Accomplish Ruin of Growing Croats, Over Larue Area Chicago Moat Loat for Eight Days in Alaska Foreat. A severe rain, wind, hail and electrical etorm swept over LaCrosse county, Wis., Sunday night and great damage was done. In some cases the storm took the force of a tornado, while in others the rain was a cloudburst. Hail ruined th growing crops in large sections of west era Wisconsin and southern Minnesota, Traffic on the Milwaukee and Burlington roads was demoralised. At Weaver, Minn., a large section of the Milwaukee und St. Paul tracks was carried away and mall trains were run over a temporary track. The washout on the Bur lington was between Maiden Uock and St. Paul and delayed all trains from three to six hours. A small tornado is reported as having done some damage in the southwestern part of Winona county, Minn. The house of Frank Sanders...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 August 1905

FARMER IN BIO LEAGUE. K'itc-twr from Rural Club Prove to Be a Wonder. Edward Kinsella, the pitcher sold by Rlraiminfftoii of the Three Eye League to t-. -..,. i-;,,-v:i around the circuit as the "tanner uoy wonder." This is his second year of professional ball, the Bluoiiiingtim team picking him up t'rom a rural nine of McLean county. He luis ileveiopeu wonderfully since joinif' the Bloomers mill has been the most effective pi'tchi.,,., kin.Si-.ixa or at tne sum. ei ninl awkward apinparinir. he hns excited the derision of onnosinir batsmen, but his speed, con rtrol and deceptive curves have proved .successful and k.e has won more games rthan any of his fellow twiners. Kin rselia broucht $1,000 to the Btoomington treasury. The feat of selling two play.ers in one week ito major clubs at the irate of $1,000 each, Center Fielder John Godwin, who goes to the Boston Amen.cans, being the other, establishes a new record in the Three Bye. Kinsella will aiot report to Pittsburg un.ti! the clo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 August 1905

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. 66. THURSDAY, AUG. 24, 1905. A Warning to Mother. Too much care cannot be used with small children during' the hot weather of the summer months to guard against bowel troubles. As a rule it is only necessary to give the child a dose of castor oil to correct any disorder of the bowels. Do not use any substitute, but give the old fashioned castor oil, and see that it is fresh, as rancid oil nauseates and has a tendency to gripe. If this does not check the bowels give Chamberlain's colic, cholera and diarrhoea remedy and then a dose of castor oil and the disease may be checked in its incipiency and all danger avoided. The castor oil and this remedy should be procured at once and kept ready for instant use as the first indication of any bowel trouble ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 August 1905

1 I What People Jre Doing. Mrs. C. Kliebe and son visited Alva Griswold is on the sick list. Mrs. S. Leich liter is on the sick list. Hear our Schumann. Henry Stephan. Miss Lizzie Schuchart went to Rochelle Friday. Mrs. Henry Krug went to Dix on Saturday evening. Win. E. Trein went to Chicago yesterday on business. Isaac Trask was a business caller in Oregon Thursday. Mrs. Alva Stoddard of Rochelle was a visitor here Friday. Chas. Key 3 of Dixon was business caller in town Monday. Something you have never seen before at Henry Stephan's. Misses Ora Linn and Atta Wright went to Dixon Tuesday. A. E. Hutchinson ' went to Sterling last Wednesday evening. Miss Rose Krietzer of Franklin Grove was a caller in town Satur-day. John Potts of Chicago is here visiting his sister Mrs James Leidy. F. S. Hart went to Chicago Thursday night with a car of cattle. Sun Light is a hard oil axle grease, the best made. Smith's Pharmacy. Joe Gooch and family came up from Dixon last week for a week's stay a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 August 1905

80N-L0VE. V dreamed a crown and In hti dream he blazed A forest-way through pathless "woods which band The nigh approach of Fame's fat fruited land; Heart up in coming dusk' with colors raised the distinguished lift of the head, the man who had been true to her while she had offered him no hope of reward. And wondering if this were bq, and half-bellevlng he might bring her happiness, her eyes wandered to an obscure corner of the little church, and there found the face of her girlhood's romance. Her heart stood still. Se breached the edging underbrush and she grew cold from head to foot, amatea, but her face did not alter. She turned To greet the unpicked gardens at com- ; fter eye. upon the open gong hut Then ran' and with a feverous, thin f" UB e t8ef,vlce' ,th,ough Bhe l,an(j looked Intently at the minister, she frlucked the rich spoil, devouring as he gaw nothing but the pale face of Mor gazed! Xet when from Opportunity's short roU Time called the name of him. who thus awhile Had...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 August 1905

MILK AND VITALITY. In Ills recent address to the Hol-Ftein-Eresian Association at Syracuse, N. Y., President Cortelyou of the association touched upon the vitality of cows and their milk. He said: "The most Important work of a public nature which, in my opinion will onerate to advance the Interest of owners of Holstein cattle, is the promulgation of a better knowledge among consumers of milk, of the dietetic value of the grade of milk produced by our cows. It ts a well Known fact that the offspring of those breeds of cattle whose milk Is rich in butter fat are reared witfi the greatest difficulty. Such offspring appear to be deficient in vitality and especially subject to Etomach and bowel troubles which are fatal in many cases ; and it Is now being more generally recognized by physicians and consumers that milk rich in butter fat is an improper food for young children and is deleterious in its effects and produces generally the Fame effects in human beings as in animals. These resu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 August 1905

MUST CLOSE OUT J 2 Croquet sets, and 3 hammocks at a bargain. We propose to give you the profit to this remaining- stock rather than carry them over another season. You will ! possibly never receive such a chance which is yours if j ! come at once. ! A fresh supply of Aquarium plants hnd fish food just received. STANDARD PATTERNS 8? j& Ine HacKet. p E. 5. FARRINGER, Prop., AsKton, Illinois. 3 Jlfter the Season Closes Any dealer is willing- to cut prices to avoid carrying over Summer Goods, but our plan is to reduce prices in the midst of the season when it will do our customers the most good, and will insure our converting each season, s merchandise into cash. The first cost cuts no figure in making the prices, it is simply a question of making them low enough to be irresistible. There are plenty of bargains here for you. The sooner jou come for them the better it will pay you, for each day sees settle desirable offerings closed out. O. H. Martin . Co., 123 First Street....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 August 1905

The Ashton Gazette. VOL. XI. NO. 27. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 81. 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 548. SELLS HIS RIG AND SKIPS OUT Joseph R. Caldwell of this Place Sells Mortgaged Horse and Buggy and Disappeared RIG WAS LOCATED AT OAK PARK Deputy Sheriff M- J. McGowan Gets the Rig ant Efforts Are Behif Made to Locate the Fufutlve. Joseph K. Caldwell, a young man about twenty-six years of a?e who has spent much time round Killmer's Livery Barn and 'working' for several people in this locality is a fugitive from justice. Mr. Catdwell became hard pressed for a little ready cash on August 27, 1904, and he secured a loan of $50 from Geo. D. Black of Franklin Grove, giving as se curitj a mortgage on a horse and tonggy he owned. On Wednes' day of last week Mr. Black notl fied Caldwell that. the mortgage would fall due on last Saturday and the following day received a Heiter, Caldwell stating that he would fix the matter up. The young man evidently saw no way in which he could raise the money ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 August 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. ill. NEKS MAY STE1KE. TROUBLE LOOKED FOR IN COAL REGIONS NEXT 8PRING. John Mitchell Says Operators Mast Pay Price or No Work Will Be Done Excursion Train on the Pennaylvania Road Collide with Freight. "We have fixed the price for our labor. You can take it or leave it." This is what John Mitchell, president of the United Mine Workers of America, is planning to tell George F. Baer, president of the Philadelphia and Heading Company, when- the present wage agreement expires next April. President Mitchell made this unequivocal declaration at a speech at Manila Park, Tamaqua, Pa. He declared that the miners would demand an eight-hour day and recognition of-the union, and that when he made the demand he would be able to point to 150,000 men and boys, in a perfect organization, who could and would stand together and see the demand granted. The speech leaves no doubt of there being another great strike In the mining region unle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 August 1905

CANALS IN CHINA. LLINOIS STATE MYSTKRY IN ELGIN ATTACK. iBoword Heath, Auto Manufacturer, .Accuses Former Employe. A vicious assault, myrterious in character, was made ou Howard Heath, pres ident o the International Automobile Couinany of Chicago, iu his Elgin home the other afternoon. Bruised in fea tures, dazed from a blow on the head .and with his clothing torn to shreds, the ijnanufacturer was found half conscious Jn his chair by the Elgin police. The . circumstances are known only in Parti Air. Heath declares that he was attacked I by a former employe who is a fugitive ;from justice on a charge of embezzle ment. This mun is snid by Air. tieatn .to have gone from Cincinnati to Elgin ifor the sole rcurnose of murdering him. .Mr. Heath himself made the appeal to t the police for aid by telephone, tie ,ave a partiai story, and then fearing the notoriety tluit might follow refused r Jditional details and would not give the .name of his assailant. The murderous .attack was made late ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 August 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AMD 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. 60. THURSDAY, AUG. 31, 1905. Janet Oneal of Aurora is here visiting- friends. Isaac Trask and J. H. Byers shipped a carload of horses Satur day evening. We are in reciept of a souvenir postal card from E. F. Chapman who is at Rockford. A back stairway is being built to Schuchart's Opera House to be used in etnerg-ency, as in the case of fire. I he rural mail carries of Lee county will hold a picnic and meeting- Sunday September 3rd, at Lee Center. A.J. Nickey and family, E. J. Randall and family, E. S. Far- nng-er and wife and Gilbert Northrop and wife picniced at Steamboat Rock yesterday. An exchang-e says: "A newspaper publisher in Ohio recently brought suit agasnst forty-five men who would not pay their subscriptions and obtained iudgement.in ea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 August 1905

MMMMMMMMmminMMMMMMMMMtM I What People JJre Doing- I Dr. Hunt of Dixon was here Saturday. A. M. Moore was in Oregon Friday. Fred Wood went to Chicago Thursday. Robert Guy went to Geneva Friday morning. C. Belles was in Oregon Friday to attend the Fair. , S. T. Zeller was a business caller in Chicago Friday. Will Schuster and Geo. Krug went to Oregon Friday. Mrs. Samuel Cates came up from Dixon Tuesday noon. Mrs. M. Beach went to Wheaton Tuesday noon for a visit. Henry Krug was in Franklin Grove Thursday on business. Mrs. Henry Gross was a caller in Rochelle, Tuesday morning. Mrs. Wm. Shottenkirk visited in Oregon a couple days last week. Henry Stephan and J. H. Byers attended the races at Oregon Friday. H. E. Chad wick returned Friday trom a business trip ; to Amboy. Geo. Stephan spent Sunday with friends over at Grand Detour. Lewis Wood and wife went to Sterling yesterday to attend the Fair. Miss Bessie Nettleton went to Oak Park Saturday tor a week's visit. Deputy Sheriff M. J. McG...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 August 1905

THE BABY'S CURLS. JL little skein of tangled floss they lie. (You always said they should have been a girls.) The tears will come you cannot quite tell why They fall unheeded on that mass his curls. Poor little silken skein, so dear to you, "'lwere better short, the wiser fatb er said, "He's getting older now" Alas, how true I And yet you wonder where the years have fled. Twere better short " the while your fond heart yearned To keep them still, reluctant standing by, Tou saw your little angel, earthward turned, Yet all unknowing, lay his halo by. oft little threads! They held you with such strength! You knew the way each wanton ring' let fell. Xou knew each shining tendril's golden length, How oft they've tangled, only you can tell. In duky twilight shadows, oh, how oft You've seen their light along your shoulder lie. Xou leaned your cheek to touch the masses soft, The while you crooned some drowsy lullaby. How often when the sun was dawning red You bent above him in the early ray,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 August 1905

EARTHQUAKE AT MANY POINTS A FA8T RUN ON THE ROCK I8LAND CLEMENTINA GONZALES, OF CENTRAL AMERICA, RESTORED TO HEALTH. PE RU-MA THE REMEDY v Miss Clementina Gonzales, Hotel Fro-rint-ia, Guatemala, 0. A., in a recent letter from 247 Cleveland Are., Chicago, 111., writes: " took Peruna for a worn-out con dltlon. I was so run down that I could not sleep at night, had no appetite and telt tired In the morning. 'I tried many tonics, but Peruna was the only thing which helped me In . the least. After I had taken but a halt . bottle I felt much better. I continued Its use for three weeks and I was com' pletely restored to health, and was able to take up my studies which I had been forced to drop. There Is nothing better than Peruna to build up the system." Clementina Qonzales. Address The Peruna Medicine Co., of Columbus, Ohio, for instructive free literature on catarrh. SEP! PLEASANT The next morning i feel bright and new and my complexion is better. Mj doctor tmyn It acti irentlr on th rnr...

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