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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 August 1905

MUST CLOSE OUT 2 Croquet sets, and 3 hummocks 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 come at once. ad I I V Mis P i A fresh supply of Aquarium plants and fish food just received. TANDARD PATTF" ''i 3 & ihe Racket, J& M E. S. FARRINGER. Prop., Ashton, Illinois. Jitter tbe 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 you come for them the better it will pay you, for each day sees some desirable offerings closed out. O. H. Martin &amp...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 September 1905

HE ASHT Gazette. VOL. XI. NO. 28. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THUIHDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 549. COUNCIL MEETS A Report of the Doings of the lage Board VII THE TAX LEVY PASSED Several Matters Were Discussed Before the Board and Refered to Committee for Action The city council held its regu lar meeting Monday evening all members being present. The bills were read and ordered paid Mrs. A. Griswold petitioned the board for a bridge or tile at her place and same was refered to the street and alley committee with cower to act. A petition was read, signed by a lot of property owners in the west part of town askinsr for a street heht near Lyou's, which petition was re fered to the lighting committee The Tax levy was read as in ac cot dance with the levy ordinance passed some time ago calling for $2615 was passed. The levy for the gas bond of $2000 and $160 interest was also passed. The matter of insurance companies concerning their paying two per cent of their premiums into the Fire fund...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 September 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOia OKEAT. COTTON CHOP. YEAR'S YIELD APPROACHES 000,000 BALES. 14. Superintendent Kins; of New York Cotton Exchange Gives $030,000,000 as Value of Crop Armed Maniac Create Reign of Terror Near Lorain, O. William V. King, superintendent of the New York Cotton Exchange, has completed his annual report of the cotton crop of the United States, the official ending of the crop year being Aug. 81. According to this report, last year's crop was the largest in the history of the United States, approximating 14,000,000 sales. Superintendent Kings report is in part as follows: "In point of yield the cotton crop of 1904-5 will go on rec ord as the largest ever produced in the United States up to this date. Out of the magnificent yield, 13,654,020 bales nave come into sight and have been marketed. If we add to this the amount of cotton held at the interior towns and the amount which we must reasonably appose to be held on the plantations...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 September 1905

1 1LLBIM0IS STATE MEWS' . FEW BIRTHS IN ILLINOIS. Census Bureau Makn Announcement About Work of Stork. The stork is not doing the right thing y Illinois, according to detailed figures jsnade public by the census bureau. The announcement enlarges upon the bulletin :4ssucd by the department recently to the .effect that the birth rate in the country iBX large was on the decline. "In Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Kentucky, Michigan anfl Ohio the proportion of children 'has decreased steadily since 1850," says the bulletin, "the number of children under 5 years of age to 1,000 women of .child-bearang age (15 to 40) In Illinois for each decimal period is given as follows: 1850, 740; 1860, 737; 1870, 048; :1880, 550; 1890, 482; 1900, 437. Thus it will be seen that the decrease has been , steady in each decade, amounting to 300 for the fifty-year Interval. Indiana shows .an even greater decrease, aggregating .'340. REFUSES TO BUY FROM STATE. iKane County School Board Iuvl.es Bid for New Desk...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 September 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, SEPT. 7, 1905. THREE JURORS CDRKU Of Cholera Morbus with One Small Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cnolera and 11" arrhoea Remedy. Mr. G. W. Fowler of Hightower, Ala., relates an experience he had while serving- on a petit jurj in a murder case at Edwardsville, county seat of Clebourne county Alabama. He says: "While there I ate some fresh meat and some sause meat and it gave me cholera morbus in a very severe form. I was never more sick in my life aud sent to the drug store for a certain cholera mixture, but the druggist sent me a bottle of Chamberlain's colic, cholera and diarrhoea remedy instead, saying that he had what I sent for but that this medicine was so much better he would rather send it to me in the fix I was in. I took...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 September 1905

What People Jtre Doing. I N. A. Petrie returned home Friday evening. N. Schuchart was a cutter in Rochelle Saturday. O. J. Bennett went to Sterling' Saturday evening. Lyman Wright and wife went to Sterling Thursday. Frank Hart went to Omaha Friday morning on business. Alfred Edens was a business caller in Dixon Saturday. M. M. Billmire went to Steward on business Monday. Wm. Reinke and wife went to Rochelle Friday afternoon. Addison Heckart was here over Sunday visiting with relatives. Dixon Warner went to Ottawa Saturday to visit over Sunday. Rev. Samuel Cates and wife of Dixon were callers in town Friday. W. C. Yenerich went to Whit- ten, Iowa Friday morning on business. Mesdames Geo. Kersten and Paul Pfetzing went to Batavia Friday to visit. An interurban mail service was begun betwen Dixon and Sterling Friday. W. H. Bates and family are enjoying a ten days vacation at Northfield Minnesota. There were fifty-five tickets sold to Sterling on account of the Ringling Bros.' Circus. H...

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

IN THE CLOVER BLOS30M3. Xet'i rest here in Clover deep! Vain regret and care will keep! Woo the sky with all its blue, Shimmer of the sunshine, too! Song of river, laugh of child, Humblest thing that ever Bmiled; Sleep the soul and bathe the feet In the Clover blossoms sweet! Let's forget all wear; tlnugnl Woo the blossoms and the wings Where the bonding azure meets Argosies of silver fleets! All .he World is full of joy. Take it as a child its toy Jj'iing its fever and unrest Down to the deep ocean breast Of life's yesterdays. To-day Goi's glad promises hold sway, In the river's rush and ken Of the happy hearts of men! Woo the sky with nil Its blue Shimmer of the sunshine, too; Steep the soul and bathe the feet. Ia the Clover blossoms sweet! Wading in the Clover sea Wtf'll clasp hands with memory! Let her lead us swift along By the golden chain of song; Leaning, list'ning the refrain Of the Robin's trill again! Ah, tho voices loved of yore. Say not they will come no more! Speaking ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 September 1905

FEVER'S AFTER EFFECTS Old Not Disappear Until the Blood Was Renewed by Dr. Williams' Pink Pill. Typhoid fevor is sometimes called ner oas fever. During the coarse of the fever the nerves are always profoundly disturbed, and when it is over they are left so sensitive that the patient litis to be guarded against all excitement. In the touio treatment then demanded, regard mast be paid not only to building up flesh but also to strengthening the nerves, A remedy that will do both, make sound flesh to repair waste and give new vigor to feeble nerves, is the most convenient and economical. Such a remedy is Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. One proof of this s the experience of Mr. Charles Worth, of East Vossalboro, Maine. He says : " I had a severe attack of typhoid fever late in the fall whioh left me very weak and debilitated. My heart palpitated, my breathing became difficult after the least exertion and there was numbness in both hands. I Buffered in that way for fully six mon...

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

School Supplies. I am ready to supply tablets, pencils pens, eras ers, rulers, crayons ink, etc., that the pupil needs to help him in his work. Several new and tasty designs, CORA J. John. East Room Opera douse Block Jlfter tbe Season Chses Any dealer is willing to cut prices to avoid carrying over Summer Goods, but our plan is to reduce prices in tbe tniust ot tne 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 simp- lv a Question of makintr them low enousrh to be irresistible. There are plenty of bargains here for you. The sooner you come for them the better it will pay you, for each day sees some desirable oner ings closed out. O. H. Martin . Co., 123 First Street. Cor. Hennepin Ave. Dixon, Illinois, ANOTHER YEAR J0 has rolled around and you have a large crop of oats. You are going to thrash them; you are going to feed the threshers. If you have one o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 September 1905

HE ASHTO AZETTR vol. XI. NO. 29. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 550. ; ii 257 SOLDIERS REUNITED 3000 People the First Day; 2000 Second Day Hear Eloquent Addresses VETvS PARADE TO Col. Frank O. Lowden, Judge R. Farrand, Rev. Fred D. Stone, Capt. A. C. Bardwell and Mayor A. W. Rosecrans Are Principal Orators. The twenty-first annual Reunion of the Soldiers and Siiilors of North-Western Illinois is now a thing- of the past. From first to last it was a most pronounced success., There was nothing wanting-. Ashton may be permitted to felicitate herself upon having the privilege to entertain this body of men, and likewise to congratulate herself that everything passed off with such splendid satisfaction to all. For weeks the committee of arrangements has been hard at work out-lining both program and entertainment, and we are now able to assure them that both have been done well. At an early hour Wednesday the carriages began to arrive bringing the Old Comrades...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 September 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. MUJiMltKl) IN HOTEL. MYSTERIOUS KILLING PUZZLES NEW YORK POLICE. Corpse of Accountant la Found In Boom Where Gas Is Escaping Diamond Pin Is Missing Lives Lost In Southwest Btorm Other Late News. What may develop into another mys terious hotel murder whs discovered in an obscure hotel at Sixth avenue and Fifty-sixth street, New York. Through the odor of escaping gas a maid whs drawn to a room occupied by Alfred Krat'inger, a public accountant, who lived with his wife, father and brothers on West Fifty-second street. Krattinger was found dead in the bed. There were no signs of violence. A coroner and detectives observed the1 transom of the room was half open, while the room showed none of the usual preparations for suicide by gns. The man's face was ot discolored, as frequently happens in asphyxiation cases. There was a large braise over the right ear, near the ten) pie. It might have been caused by fi hard fall or a blow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 September 1905

TANNER HEADS G. A. R. ILLINOIS S MAKING A MAP OF ILLINOIS. Government Surveyors in Champaign County Part of Qreat Plan. Surveyors sent to this Stat by the government hare commenced making a topographical map of Illinois and are jiow working In Champaign County. This it part of a grand scheme to secure a complete map of the United States showing every house, school, church, road, .ditch, stream, woodland and, In fact, .everything that will be of value to the .government and the public. The survey is not made by counties, but by quad.rangles or sheets. These sheets show a stretch of territory twelve and one-half miles wide by seventeen and one-half jnilcs long. There are eight members of ach surveying party and each has a separate line of work. Levels are being aken and all details secured. Maps can t obtained from the sheets about one year from date. The work has been in progress for twenty-live years, it is aid, and only about one-fifth of the country has been covered. Illinois is t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 September 1905

Dixon, Illinois, Sept. 14, 1905. DEAR MADAM:You are cordially invited to call and inspect our line of black and novelty dress goods. These goods were bought under the most favorable conditions and we can truthfully say that we have never been able to show a line of dress goods that could in any way compare with this one. Hoping- to have the pleasure of showing you our Dress Goods before the assortment is broken we are, Very truly yours, 0. ft Martin & ( 123 First Street. Cor. Hennepin Ave. Dixon, Illinois. i ANOTHER YEAR has rolled around and you have a large crop of oats. You are going to thrash them; you are going to feed the threshers. If you have one of Ung'er's Patent Extension Tables it will hold the eatables. If you have not one of these tables come and see them; I have a large line of them, and the best of all is that they are guaranteed to be right in every way. ri THE SOLDIERS REUNION (Continued front Page 1.) G. W. Unger, - - RocHelle. I MA Mate Spier, jj SIMP...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 September 1905

'A .. ft- c 1 SOLDIERS' REUNION Continued froni Pag 4- tern, aconr enemies thought. ' Not only "Yankee" to the men of the South, but "Yankee' to urope aa well. Actuated only by the loftiest purposes you went out and made It possible for us to write the glorious history of the last forty years. There Is a difference which we of a young er generation;' ought always to remember, that while the uniform of the United States today Is a passport into the best society of Knrope, forty-five years ago the uniform of the Northern Soldier closed some of the meet elegant hemes of even the North to the veterans of the Civil War. That Is a difference which we must not forget I said all save one, and' in-these tragic events of the- war between Russia and Japan, what- tell you something about Logan. He lived down In a couutry where a man had to have adamantine patriotism to be a Union soldier, and he is entitled to additional credit for that Logan, the greatest volunteer soldier of history, I suppos...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 September 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PVBUSHED EVERY THURSDAY. TBBMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months $1.00 SO - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 68. THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1905. THE SOLDIERS' REUNION Continued from Page 5. blessing:. Chief over all it di' vested our government of mortal itv and breathed into it immor tality, leaving us a nation to be perpetual among the common wealth of the world. Gratitude the fairest flower that sheds abroad its luster and aroma should be and is the effluence from every heart of the entire nation. It would be a pleasure, would time admit, to depict to-day the future of this new, re-born nation with its renewed impulse of life but from this in its lulness we must desist. We turn however for a speedy glance at one or two things deserving our attention What have we then from the war of the Sixties? Observe the change come upon us. See that forty-five years ago w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 September 1905

S What People Jlre Doing. twin Tliad Smith was home over Sunday. . Rev. J. K. Hamilton to Dixon Saturday. Will Heinzeroth went to Dixon Saturday. Harry Quick was a caller in Dixon Friday. Ray Jennings went to Rochelle Tuesday morning:. Fred Wood went to Chicago Saturday morning. Henry Gross was a business caller in Dixon Friday, II. B. Price went to Normal, Illinois Friday afternoon. H. K. Chad wick took in the the county capitol Monday. W. C. Yenerich made a business trip to Dixon Monday. Wm. Shade Jr. went to Rochelle on business Tuesday morning-. Mrs. N. W. Vickers of Franklin Grove visited friends here this week. Johu Grothe of Craig, Nebras ka is here visiting at the home of John Nass. Mr. R. Carson of Carson, Pierie Scott & Co. was a business caller in town Friday. Mrs. Ada Newcomer and Johnnie were passengers to Rockford Saturday morning. Mrs. Kate Dunn of Franklin Grove visited last week at the home of Mrs. Cora Payne. Friends here are in receipt of some deliciou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 September 1905

GRIM AND BfcArt IT. My Uncle Joe will often say A thing that first just seta you laugh' in;, Sot when you come to go away And think it ont, most any day You'll find be wasn't only chaffing. I asked him what he used to do When everything went hurry-scurry, And how he kept from getting blue, Because the more he tried to do The bigger seemed to grow tne worry, There's just one way," he answered me, "When worry shows its facr, to scare it. Jo to the house of Grit," says he, And ring the bell, and ask to see Two little men named Grin and Bear-It. The plucky chnps will sprint nlong With you through any wind and weather; They 11 laugh and joke and sing a song, And nothing can go really wrong If you and they just keep together, He makes me laugh, my Uncle Joe! But all the same, when lessons bother And things get wrong again, I'll go Where Grin and Bear-It live, you know. And we'll sprint on with one another. Youth's Companion. : Helen Lindsay's Luck j; 5VAPAI Papa! you're not going to idle,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 September 1905

LIEUl.'F. S. DAVIDSON is?, re -7mt Hi 3T-fiER6IHEH3 F. S. Davidson. Ex-Lient. U. S. Army, Washington, LI. C, care U. S. Pension Office, writes: "To my mind there -Is no remedy for catarrh comparable to Peruna. It not only strikes at the root of the malady, but It tones and strengthens the system In a truly wonderful way. That has been Its history In my case. I cheerfully and unhesitatingly recommend it to those afflicted as I have been." P. S, Davidson. If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your case, and he will be pleaseS to give you his valuable advice gratis. - Address Dr. 3, B. Hartman, President of the Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio, The World's Standard DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS 600,000 In Use. Ten Timet All Others Combined. in $10.- per Cow itry Yeir at list over tn Smltj littlnf Sittim inf 6.- (Mr 0o Imitttlni Sipintort. 'tfB.at tor m.w CI. leg.. THE DE UVfiL SEPARATOR CO. Ca...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 September 1905

H InjJ fjnl c3 DI7 IFTp JJ TjW 4 4 4 ft. 4 f To Rosecrans vSpecial Store News. As the Fall Season approaches we come again to remind you how well we are prepared to serve you. Our aim has been to meet your every want and to meet it in such a way that you will be pleased, both in price and quality. During all these hot summer days when we could have rested very comfortably, we have studied market conditions and we judged correctly. We saw that wool and cotton goods of all kinds must advance, so we bought very much rmavi at than nenal onr) Via mnMn i j , . .... . r. ewo tuun.. yn an aavemsement ol this size we can only mention a few. J.f-.,j ij'Yiiiiiiiiiiiii!!! it mil j Ifi , Stoves Vf buy stoves in car lots and are able to sell at prices much ?les than ordinary small .dealers. Our Peoria Lexington highest grade stoy Our Hound Oak Oak are used in 1 home.- the cou e used m Jitndre( all over ,t!Ks pa ntry. , ange is the produced, nd Peoria n d red s of art of 5! ipiSSf 4 jJ Cloaks! Clo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 September 1905

Fhe ashtok Gazette. VOL. XI. NO. 30. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 551. PARTY FOR MISS SCHUSTER Friday Evening by Members of the United Evangelical Church At Win. Klllmer's Home PRESENTED WITH HANDSOME WATCH miss Schuster his been Leader In the ' Church-She Left Monday Evenlni for lows to Study Music. Last Friday evening the mem bers of the United Evangelical church and Keystone League of Christian Endeavor planned a very pleass.nt surprise for Miss Emma Schuster as she was about to depart from town. It was a formal party for Miss Schuster. About 8 o'clock the members began togather at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Killmer until about one hundred were present. About nine o'clock Mr. W. C. Yenerick called the members into the house and then addressed them thus: Friends and members of the church and league, the time has come when one of our members is about to depart from us. She will take up a new line of work about 400 miles west of here in LeeMars, ' I...

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