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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 September 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. BUIN IN CHEAP LAND. SECRETARY WILSON 8TATES HIS OPINION STRONGLY. Thinks More Expansive Farms in States Where Climate Is Reliable Are to Be Preferred Bandit Chief .Leaps Over Cliff When Cornered. Secretary of Agriculture Wilson, who Is making a brief visit in the Hawkeye State, is enthusiastic over the fine soil in Iowa, but he regrets that Iowa farmers invest their surplus funds elsewhere instead of improving their holdings at home. In an interview he gives Iowa farmers some good advice. When asked regarding the land question as affecting the value of Iown farms and the decrease in population in Iowa's best farming districts, the Secretary said: "Just at present there is a great rush from the high-priced Iowa lands to cheap farms elsewhere, but in a few years the present good crops in that country will fail, just as they have before, and the men who have 'enough left to get out of that country will come back to Iowa. O...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 September 1905

1 LUNOIS STATE GIBL'B FATE MYSTIFIES. teacher Found Unconscious in Road Refuses to Tell Story. The sudden disappearance from her '(home near Suiithfield of a pretty 20-year-.old school teacher and her appearance -itwo weeks later pear Alta, has glveu the Peoria sheriff's force ample thought, and ithe mystery remains unsolved. Miss ; Elsie Quillea is the daughter o a prominent farmer und cattle raiser, William Quillen, and left her home with the ostensible Intention of going to Canton to ;.attend the Chautauqua. She represented to her parents, who are staid and ..quiet people, that her companion was to "be a young lady from Ashland. Noth- . ing was heard of the young woman after ,he left home until the sheriff's force .communicated with her parents. The ,girl was sitting by the roadside when lound by the residents of the community . of Alta. Her clothes were torn. She -was hatless. All appearances indicated tthat she had been foully dealt with. Her ; power of speech was gone nnd in a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 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. 6fi. THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1905. -9 Sandy's Bessie One beautiful afternoon a few days after Davie Gillespie's visit I turned into Second avenue from a cross street to see Sandy MacNab about some committee business for a Caledonian club picnic. Just before I reached the shoe shop, howev- er, a little girl emerged from the throng of passersby and entered the door, bhe was a thin, pale, puny child of the kind the cities breed stoop shouldered, narrow chested, ill nourished, almost untaught except in the hard school of experience. 1 lingered outside a moment, waiting for Sandy to dispose of his custom er before entering, but as the little girl did not appear I opened the door. "Fifty cents: 50 cents," Sandv was shouting as I stepped inside, "Canna ye und...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 September 1905

V What Pecpk Jin Doing. A. D. Warner spent Sunday in Ottawa. A new line of fine chinaware at The Racket. Mrs. Peter Nelson visited in Dixon Monday. Win. E. Trein went to Dixon Friday evening. M. L. Lyons was out from the city over Sunday. J. J. Thome of Dixon is lathing- for Henry Zimple. Mrs. Samuel Cates of Dixon was in town Saturday, Cornelius Cordes and family went to Dixon Friday. John Weishaar was a business caller in Dixon Friday. Lyman Booth transacted business in Oregon Monday. Henry Stephan made a business trip to Chicago Monday. M. H. Randall was a business caller in Dixon Thursday. Miss Atta Batchelor went to Dixon Saturday morning. W. C. Yenerich went to Whit- ten, Iowa, Sunday evening. Wm. Reynolds of Rochelle was in town Saturday morning. John Byington the piano tuner was up from Dixon Saturday. Brown Garrett has returned home from the hospital at Dixon. J, D, Sickles of Dixon was a business caller here Thursday. V. C. Arnould went to Ottawa Saturday afternoon on bnsi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 September 1905

THE POSTOFFICE PEIY. Who does not know the P. O. pen It rasp and scratch, its balks and splotter? The P. O. ink likewise, and then Do not forget the P. O. blotter. They're on a desk along the wall. When bad men buy a money-order, A certain angel they appall I mean the angel who's recorder. Tht P. O. pen is sharp and fine, Much sharper than a serpent's eyeteeth, And as it scrapes along the line It puts on edge each one of my teeth. A. P. O. stub was never known . I hate to pose here as a carper; But it's a fact that can be shown That P. M.'s nightly file em sharper. As just now said, the P. O. Ink The pen Itself almost surpasses; It's thick and ropy some folks think Its basis really is molasses It's dark and mucilaginous. In it the pen you deeply smotherIt drops about promiscuous, Or else it sticketh '.ike a brother. The blotter next, as said above; Oft for three-fifty shoe-soles fitted; Again a rag like an old glove I neither case you're to be pitied If you attempt its use. Beware! ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 September 1905

1 PAINFULPERIODS AMERICAN WOMEN FIND RELIEF The Cass of Miss Irens Crosby Is On of Thousands of Cures Mads by Lydia SL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. How many women realize that menstruation is the balanoe wheel of, . a woman's life, and while no woman is entirely free from periodical Buffering. It is not the plan of nature that women should suffer so severely. jWiss Irene Crosby J Thousands of American women, how ever, have found relief from all monthly Suffering by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's . Vegetable Compound as it is the most thorough female regulator known to medical science. It cures the condition which causes so much discomfort and robs menstruation of its terrors. Miss Irene-Crosby, of 313 Charlton Street East Savannah, Ga., writes : " Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is a true friend to woman. It has been of great benefit to me, curing me of irregular and painful menstruation when everything else bad failed, and I gladly recommend it to other suffering women." Women wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 September 1905

A Ladies' Favorite A dressing room convenience always appeals to a lady. The chiffoniers and dressers are ornamental and convenient. They are of oak and mahogany and have roomy compartments and reliable mirrors. Great Comfort and Pleasure in the large easy chairs we are selling at close prices. They are made with strong frames, good durable upholstering, thoroughly reliable in every respect. All the family will like them and you wont mind the price because it is such an easy one. J 4 G. W. Unger, RocHelie. j SIMPLEST and BEST. Endless Apron, One Lever, 6 inch Wheels, Low Down, Big Cylinder. Do not fail to see this machine before you buy as I can save you money. M. H. RANDALL. 1 immmmmtmmtmmmmtmmmiam Wkat People Jlre Dcingl Continued on Page 5. John Beahen went to Dixon, Tuesday on business. Grover Sanders went to Chica go yesterday. J. VV. Griese and wife left for Thompson, Iowa, Tuesday even ing for a visit. Lewis Payne left Tuesday nit? ht for Luverne, Minnesota on a business trip...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 September 1905

1 HE ASHTON GAZETTE. VOL. XI. NO. 31. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 552. - L ; FATAL RUNAWAY ONE DEAD; THREE HURT Automobile Frightens Team Into Runaway, Throwing Four People from Vehicle SIDNEY BEACH DIES J27 HOURS LATER FROM INJURIES Miss Less Perklss Badly Injured and Two Otters Hrulsed-AccMent happened Near Fred Todd's Farm South of Town Mr. Beach's Funeral Held Yesterday. The. most serious accident which has happened around Ash- ton for many a day occurred Thursday morning about eleven o'clock near the farm of Fred Tadd. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Beach arrived in Ashton a week sigo last Tuesday morning from Thompson, Iowa, where they had been to look after their farm. They were former residents here and stopped off to visit with their many relatives and friends before going to their home in Wheaton. Thursday morning Mr. Mark Beach drove in from his country home and in company with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Beach, Mrs. Margaret Beach and Miss Less Perkins star...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 September 1905

ft THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH 4J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOia "WOKKOF AN AVENGER MYSTERIOUS WOMAN SHOOTS AT MINNESOTA MAN. Ha Killed One and I Believed to Be Demented Indian Maid 65 Horse Die in Livery Stable Fire in 'Wilmington, Del. An unidentified woman, with a thirst for blood, has caused a reign of terror long Birch river, a few miles from Ely, Minn., and large parties of deputy sheriffs are scouring the country in search of her. Already she has slain one man, wounded another, and shot nt several others. She has heen seen on one occasion, and it is believed that she is an Indian woman, who lias lost her reason nd is seeking revenge for a fancied wrong. Karis Sjala is the latest victim of the woman. He was paddling along Birch river with a companion in his canoe when a shot rang out from the shore nd he fell dead in the how of the little craft. An instant later another shot was fired and the dead man's companion heard the hiss of a bullet as it sped past his face. When the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 September 1905

IN DEFIANCE OF DENEEN. Breeae Driving Club Haa Its Sunday Harness Matches. 1 The Breeae Driving Club held its regular rate meet Similar afternoon without interference, in spite of tlie fact that Gov. Deneen had given Sheriff William Bagan written and verbal instructions o see that no violations of the law occurred. The chief executive of the State lad been apprised of the races by B. C. Lloyd, ii nou-resident of the county, who was making his headquarters in Breese s Chief of a party of young men engaged i'n'innklng a sail survey for the State. Lloyd nske.l the Governor to stop the aees. The Governor wrote the sheriff and informed him that it was his duty to enforce the law. Sines tins was made jmblie Lloyd found that Breese was not a desirable place for him to remain in. Sheriff K.-igin saved him from a severe beating there on account of his letter and 'he changed headquarters. Gov., Deneen called up the sheriff over the longdistance telephone, and. told him that he must sr-e that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 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. 28, 1905. Henrv Nelson was home over Sunday from Dixon. Henry Gross went to Dixon on Monday for jury duty. Mrs. Flavia Gould of Schaller, Iowa is here visiting her grandson, Dr. S. C. Gould. W. H. Hart went to Beloit, Wis., Saturday morning to close up business matters. Carl Bode of the Gazette office force attended the Sousa Band Concert in Dixon Tuesday. Mrs. C. M. McChessney of ParVwood.Iowa is the guest of C. A. Burnham and family. Mrs. James Hatch of Lancaster, Wisconsin is a guest at the home of Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Gould. P. J. McMillan and Miss Ruth came out from Elmhurst Satur urdav to scend a few days with friends. A special train carrying Sousa's Band which played in Dixon Tuesday stopped here while the engine took wat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 September 1905

What People Jin Dcing. A. W. Rosecrans was in Dixon Sunday. Roesler received a car of' flour Thursday. Clinton Clemons went to Iowa Thursday night. Cris Zies went to Rock ford Friday morning, Fred Wood went to Chicago Tuesday morning. S. D. Lippert was in Dixon on business Thursday. Souvenir Postal Cards at the Gazette Book store. Extra heavy stove pipe 19 cts. per joint. The Racket. Leo Newcomer was a Rochelle caller Monday morning. A. D. Hodge of Rochelle was a caller in town Saturday. F. O. Smith spent Sunday with his mother at Watertown. Sam Zeller went to Clinton, Iowa, Thursday morning. Thad Smith and family went to Rockford Monday morning. Alonzo Fell went to Dixon on Monday to serve on the jury. Chas. L. Clark was a business caller in Franklin Grove Friday. See "Posey from Poseyville" at I the opera house to-morrow night. Miss Alice King of Peoria visited this week at the home of S. T. Zeller. Miss Pearl Knapp visited her sister Mrs. Chas. Lake in Rochelle over Sunday. Miss ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 September 1905

f. (OLAYiNd HOOKEY. I remember when in boyhood, lust a step advanced from toybood, When in through tho schoolroom windows floated swept the wild birds' call, t would close my desk at dinner Like a hardened little sinner, And the after nooning found me playing hookey from It all. What to us the far-off sorrow Of the whipping on the morrow, For the day seemed nil the future 'twas a hundred hours long. And each hour we were enjoying By the wood and pool just boying, While the wild birds caught our laugh- ' ing tones and wove them into Fong. And to-day a robin twittered Through the window, and my littered Desk fcet'ame the Ink-bespattered one my schooldays used to know, When the voice of spring was crying And stmie voice in nio replying To i!s every note and echo and some yearning bade me go. But a sterner duty fetters Mo to those unanswered let;ers Wb.le through half-opened shutters sweet the wild birds cry and call. And I'm wishing, wishing, wishing, I might steal off somewhere, fishi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 September 1905

IN THE BEST OF HEALTH . SIMCE TAKING PE-RU-NA IN POOR HEALTH. 1 PAINS IN BACK. SICK HEADACHES. PE-RU-NA CURED. Mrs. Lena Smith, N. Cherry street, or. Line, Nashville, Tenn., writes: "I hare had poor health for the past four years, pains in the back and ftroins, and dull, sick headache, with bearing down pains. "A friend, who was very enthusiastic about Peruna Insisted that I try It. j "I took it for ten days and was gur- ' prised to find that I had so little pain. i "I therefore continued to use it and at the end of two months my pains had toTalTy disappeared. I " have been In the best of health since and feel ten years younger. 1 am very grateful to you. " ( Catarrh of the internal organs gradually . saps away the strength, undermines the vitality and causes nervousness. I'eruna is the remedy. ; . L. Douglas 3 & $3 SHOES men W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Llna cannot be equalled at any price. Established July A, ins. W 1 nmmi ma makes AND SELLS k Miffir mfn's as.ua shoes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 September 1905

Opening' Exhibit of Fashionable Clothes. Tit E are going to talk to you about clothes, and in a way you were never talked to before. .-We will tell you frankly we do not sell the cheapest jlothes unless you consider quality. The policly of this store is not to exploit price alone at the expense of qualitv. The aim and purpose of this store is to sell the best procurable, to give ur patrons better values than others give them. This is the policy through which this store has built up the largest clothing business in Lee County and a business that continues to grow larger every day. Saturday, Sept. 30, will be exhibition day, when the vast assemblage of Fashionable Glothes will be displayed. We inyite you to visit our store that day and see the new modes in Clothing, Hats and Furnishings. Even if you are not ready to buy we will be pleased to show you. XWttAlb W AND . If I1 ILK Dixon's Foremost and Progressive Clothiers. DIXON, - ILL A Ladies' Favorite A dressing: room convenience alwa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 October 1905

ashtgI FHE Gazette. VOL. XI. NO. 32. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THUJ 5 DAY, OCTOBER 5. 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 553. THE REYNOLDS CONVENTION For the Sunday Schools of that Township Was Held Sunday ' October 1st SPECIAL MUSIC RENDERED Cood Speakers Address Large Audiences On Interesting Toplcs-E. H. Wiener ReElected President. ' (Special to the Gazette.) The Annual Sunday School convention of Reynolds township was held at the Reynolds Evangelical church, Sunday, October 1, 1905. The meeting- was called sit 9:30 a. tn. with a devotional meeting- led by the township president, E. H. Wiener. Next followed the address of Welcome iby the Sunday School Superin tendent John II. Kersten. The Relation of the Sunday School to the Church w:ts ably discussed by Rev. J. Zipperer Owina- to the sickness of the County vice-president C. A. En torf was absent and his period was taken up by Dr. C. M Cheadle who entertained the ap preciative audience in a discourse on the Letrion of Honor. The audience was dismissed a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 October 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. RrKttEK 1JN CUSTODY. GUILTY MAN ARRESTED WHILE ON WAY TO CHURCK H. A. .Leonard Stole $330,000 In Be contie to Show How Easily Such Scheme Could Be Worked Settlera Take Up Many HomeBteada. Henry A. Leonard, wlio was employed by Halle &. Stieglitz, a prominent firm of New York brokers, as a clerk, ha made a confession that it was he wh robbed the National City Bank of that city of securities worth $359,000. Leon ard, who was arrested Sunday while o the way to church, had been for Severn years a trusted employe of Halle Stieglita and lived quietly with his moth er in Harlem. He is about 25 years old Jeonard told the police that he conceiv ed the idea of the theft three or foil months ago and had been planning dur ing that time to execute it and show how easy such a scheme could be practice! on the banks of New York. DEADLOCK WITH TURKEY. Porte Persists In Opposing Fowers In Macedonian t f fairs. The Porte persis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 October 1905

uinois- STATE REIGN OF TERROR ENDS. Blackmailing Letter-Writer Who Threatened Illlnoiaans Nabbed. '. Two men who have terrorized Knox county for more than three months with attempts to extort money by means of letter threatening violence have been arrested and were held in Galesbnrg un.der bonds of $4,000. One of them, a Siall'-witted scapegoat, was caught by deputy sheriffs in the act of posting three blackmailing epistles, and immedi.otely confessed, revealing the identity of his 'partner, who was found hiding in his own garret. Charles Yelin. a gambler, and "I'.ooze" Kiuter. a feeble-minded your!), are the culprits, and the fact that they lire now behind the bars will cause jnnii.v a family in the eastern part of this .comity to rest easily. Detectives nnd the siuiiff have been on their trail. since June. hut the letter writers seemed to eceiit traps like foxes, and evaded capture, even daring to send letters to the .sheriff, taunting him with his inability to diseuvcr them. But ...

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

SUPPLEMENT Ashton Gazette Supervisors' Report State of Illinois, Lee Count. S3 On Tuesday, the twelfth day of September, A. D. 1905, the Annual meeting of the board of Supervisors of Lee county was held at the court bouse in the city of Dixon. Present, Honorable h. C. Parsons, Chairman; and the following members, to-wit: James Kirby, A. J. Tompkins; J. M. Thostle; J. J. Wagner; H. F. Gehant; M. A. Crawford; W. H. Edwards. N. A. Cortright, W. C. Tones, Wm. Anderson, J. P. Dunn, T. P. Ljng, S. L. Shaw, Hugh McGuirk, Frank B. Keller, J. H.Huyett, W. W. Harden, J. C. McCleary, Michael Sullivan, Person Cheney, A. T. Tourtillott, E. C. Lamb, F. L. Childs and F. E. Rogers. The county officers extended an invitation to the board to participate in ar boat ride up the river and take supper at the Thompson cottage. On motion of Supervisor Crawford said invitation was accepted by the board. On motion of Supervisor McGuirk all bills on file against Lee county are referred to their proper committ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 October 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. 06. THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1905. A JudlclNUt Inquiry. . A well known traveling man who visits the drug trade sajs he has often heariklruggists inquire of customers who asked for a cough medicine, whether it was wanted for a child or for an adult and if for a child they almost invariably recommend Chamber lain's cough Remedy. The reason for this is that they know there is no danger from it and that it always cures. There is not the least danger in giving it, and for coughs, colds and croup it is unsurpassed. For sale by Geo. R. Charters. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brogunier of Rockford, Mr. Furlong of Rochelle and Mr. and Mrs. Will Canning of Geneva attended the funeral of Mr. French Tuesday. Plans to Get Rich. are oftened frustrated by sudden breakdown, due to ...

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