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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 December 1906

CRISiS OF GIRLHOOD A TIME OF PAIN AND PERIL Miss Emma Cole Says that Lydia, B. Plnkbam'a Vegetable Compound has Saved Her Life and Made Her Well. How many lives of beautiful young girls have been sacrificed just as they were ripening- into womanhood 1 How many irregularities or displacements have been developed at this important period, resulting i years of suffering I A mother should come to her child s aid at this critical time and remember that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will prepare the system for the coming change and start this trying period in a young girl's life without pain or irregularities. Miss Emma Cole of Tulltthojaa, Tens. , writes : Dear Mrs. Pinkham: " I want to tell you that I am enjoying better health than I have for years, and I owe It all to Lydia S. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " When fourteen years of age I suffered almost constant pain, and for two or three years I had soreness and pain in my side, headaches and was dizzy and nervous, and doctors ...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 December 1906

S3 ClhiristmaS JUESll ArOUEOd the-Corner S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 OT MANY DAYS until Christmas and it's the wise shopper that takes" advantage of the comparative quiet of the first few days of December to make - the selection of their Christmas rememberances. Our stocks are more complete early in the month, the assortment is larger and we are N not sq greatly rushed in taking care of our trade as later.- We have given considerable thought to the selection of appropriate and practical gifts for the Christmas time. We will be glad to show you at any time. THE DELINEATOR. - . - A gift that every woman will appreciate. It reminds her, every month, 12 times a year, that you v thought of her at Christmas tmw. Its the best woman's magazine that's published, full of good things for the woman who tines her own dressmaking, the one who does fancy work, the one who does house work in short the woman who (iocs anything or is interested in things. Then there is something good in the line of fi...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

SHTON VOL. XII. NO. 42. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THUKSDAY DECEMBER 13, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 615. A GA TOURTILLOTT CAUGHT THIEF flewly Elected Sheriff Caught Dixon Horse Thief at Crotts' Farm. HAD TO MAKE AN EIGHTEEN MILE MIDNIGHT DRIVE Thompson's home is at Compton or near that village. He was engaged in putting in cement sidewalks in Dixon. He has re latives living near Compton. STATE CANNOT SELL LAND Illinois Will Keep Right of Way of the Canal as a Result of the Recent Election. Alleged Thief Is Boarding at the County Jail Awaiting Trial which Is set for Tomorrow. Sheriff A. T. Tourtillott, after a shrewd piece of detective work captured James Thompson, a Jiorse-theif, nine miles south of this city Sunday evening, at the home of a farmer named Crotts It seems that last Thursday Thompson went to the livery barn of Blackman & Hubbard, on East First St. Dixon, and hired a horse saying that he wished to drive to Lee Center. He did not return and the liverymen got nneasy about the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

I' THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. PURCHASE MAN Y GEMS AMERICAN PEOPLE BREAK RECORD FOR A YEAR. f 40,roo,ioo Pat i JfwH i rmieu Slain In Veur ow ClonlnK Dyiituiiilt- Factory in -orthe-rn Jm11hiih Blown I n. Upturning steamships have brought hack in the past few days diamond imjiorters who went to Europe to set supplies for the holiday season, and they agree that the scins are scarcer and higher in price than ever before in their experience. The holiday trade in New York is said to have railed for the greatest quantity anil value of fine diamonds ever wold in any country in a single season. With December's figures still to be added, the imports of precious stones at New York this year exceed in value by IXKUIOO the total for all of last year, which was the record up to that time. The aggregate thus far in l'.MKi is $40.fiOO.OOO. Some authorities estimate that New York bought 00 ier cent of the world's supply of stones. V SHOCK FELT 20 MILES AW AT. Dyna...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

m Illinois im w STATE NEWS STATE IS RS YEARS OLD. irr;.ft.-r:ll Society I'lniiN Celebration of Admission In Future. Illinois was admitted to the T'nion e:ght,yplglit .vears ago Monday, but the nnnivfjinar' passed unobserved. Celeibration 4' (he event hereafter is the intention of the State Historical Society. 'The plan is to observe the day in all the .schools and public exercises are advocated in some large building where speakers o'f national prominence will be heard. 'This plan of observing the event in the schools will be general throughout the :State. A director of the State Historical Society in discussing the plans declared that Illinois could not afford to sallow t)ie day to pass without'some demonstration, especially in the civics,, as the dmissi-n of the State into the Union was Cl great significance. Illinois was a pivotal Star ; during the anti-slavery agitation and the war that followed. The fourteen northern counties, secured almost by accident, preserved the State for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

A Nice Line of S3 $3 New Books AT holiday season yoa are usually wondering what to get your friends or relatives for a gift. Did you ever think of a BOOK? Always acceptable and a present which several can enjoy. We have hundreds of them. Some of Our Good Sellers 6M Doctor ly Ralph Connor Bob Hampton by Parrish. Sir Nigel by A Conan Doyle Nedra by George Barr McCutcheon Jane Cable " " " Coniaton by Winston Churchill tB.oosevelt Bears ' In addition to these we have a large line of Padded cover Poems, just received. A new line of books for the younger folks, children and babies. We have about dUO standard books we are closing out. Books that retailed at $1.00 and 1.50 for only 15c 20c and 25c. guaranteed first class but they must go as we need the room. $3 S3 $3 S3 !S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 The Best Book of AIL J The Bible always maKes a practical X mas v? Thia rnsr mnnth we have received a " fine'line of Bibles for Teachers and Students j XL indexed and with lesson neips. wme m r t,? and ask...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

iv 0 V 4i W Vv V b V W V V V b V W W w i i,.y C V v 0 44? 4i o V 0 V 4 fc U iv V V i W 4v v v i,v ? St t? C? IG DECEMBER SALE OF WWB S3 S3 S3 S3 NTRY1MN CO V 5& it g Crowds throng the store daily. An opportunity to buy Cloaks, Furs, Silks and Xmas 0V C1 Goods at a great reduction. Babies CLOAKS from 50 cents and up. Misses CLOAKS $3:25 at $1.98. LADIES' WOOL SHIRTWAIST SUITS at $5.00. You can find what you want in our Mammoth Stock. rl c? L B. COUNTRYMAN & GO., Established 37 Years Dixon, Illinois. I? '5? IDEAL Christmas Gifts I know you are anxious about what to buy for Christinas presents (every one is.) The idea of giving useful presents is now the rule. I am sure you can select ii useful present from the following list of articles. But first let tne mention one article that will gladden the heart of any housewife; and is surely a labor and step saver it is a Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet. . Any ol Hie Following List Will Also Make Useful Presents. Ann Chairs Li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

i 11 E ASHTON GAZETTE . RALPH J. DEAH. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. rT'JfT.TSITKD UVKKY TUUKSDAY. TKRMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. tne year Six month, Three months $1.00 .50 .25 Entered at the postoflfice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. OS. THUKSDAY, DEC. 13, 1906. At nnfete By FRANK H. SWEET Copyright, 1003, by E. O. Parcells "No man can win me until be proves himself a better cowboy than I ami" Unshed the girl. Then, as her gaze swept over the assembled outfit of the Double Tee ranch, she broke Into a ringing, scornful laujh. But the men felt there had been more than Jest In her words. Hairy faced Tom Blgelow Wooley Dog Tom placed his hand over his heart. "Them's p'Inted sentiments. Miss Tensle," he rebuked suavely, "and It Implies us boys here considerable, seeing four of Us have asked you to marry Glnce you stood here on the horse. Now in Justice to the Double Tee outfit we'd ask you to name the conditions and cards. . If It's to round up a stampeding herd single hande...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

ir I t. r EMM fat People Jlre Dcing.t No Blue Mondays. EVEKY woman who is obliged to do the family washing is looking for a machine that will do the work in a satisfactory manner and do it easily, do it quickly and without injury to the clothes or herself. There are two essential things which every woman demands of a washing: ma chine satisfactory work arid easy running. This wonderful machine washes anything, from the fin est linen and, lace to the, vheaviest bedding, , and does it all perfectly, quickly and easily. It washes a dozen or more articles at once, and with this machine you can accomplish as much in an hour as would otherwise occupy a whole day. The machine is so simple, yet so substantial in its construction, so neat and so compact in form, so effective in its operation, that all who use it it acknowledge it to be a perfect washer indeed. MOORE & GLENN, ASHTON, ILLINOIS. Z Candle Sticks. Some telle Sirgpstions. This List Will Help You Out of , , Your Trouble...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

THE OLD BARN LOFT. Tis thirty years or thereabouts Since I used to roll and play And turn all kinds of somersaults On the fresh and fragrant hay; A-jumping and a-tumbling On the hay so sweet and soft At my home away back yonder, In the old barn loft. How the pigeons used to flutter, And strut about and coo ! And make love to one another, Like sweethearts used to do, While I walked the risky crossbeam, Or clambered high aloft, "With half intent of falling, In the old barn loft. How I used to frighten -ifter, Who was looking for the egffs. As I dangled there, head downward, Holding by my little iegs : And giving them a swing or two, I'd strike the hay so soft, At my home away back yonder, InVthe old barn loft The twittering of the swallows, While making homes of mud ; The gleeful game of hide-and-seek, The slip, the sudden thud; The pattering of the rain drops About the hay so soft, Are memories still clinging Of the old barn loft. WAY OF A WIDOW, j I DOW MARYASHA KUZ- Iewsky, fair, p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

I ' ';t' ABSOLUTE mmmmmmm Cenuino Carter's Little Liver PUls. Must Bear Signature of St FaoSlmlle Wrapper Below. I Terr nuU mud a T to take aa rasas. CARTERS I PILLS. FOR HEADACHE. FOR DIZZINESS. FOR BIUOUSRESS. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKIN. FOR THE COMPLEXION , ounmn wb mot smmiatum. licSni 1 Purely TegetaMa.Wafc juauuuiuiiiuuuauu CURE SICK HEADACHE. e&..r Hotel Empire Broadway and 63d St., NEW YORK CITY AH Surface cars pass or transfer to door. Subway and "L" stations two minutes. Rooms, with detached Bath, gr.SO per day up Rooms, with Private Baih, 2.00 " Suites, with Private Bath, .W " Automatlo Lighting Devices, and Telephone In every room. European Plan, al.o Combination Breakfasts Table d'lloto Luncheons and Dinners EXCELLENT SERVICE-FINE MUSIC -' Send for Pre Guide to New York IF". JOHXROX QVZXX. Proprietor " .1 1 " I 1 1 II I . I . .1.11 J '1 .' J.- J.'.'.'UJ.' ''JJ-'.1:'' '..'J'.'J-'-ii:;:!:i..7,i...;.-.V!;::VJiVv .;lr.---..j..to. WE B ST...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

the Corner S 53 55 53 5? f3 N OT MANY DAYS until Christmas and it's the wise shopper that taf es advantage of the comparative quiet of the first few days of December to make the selection of their Christmas rememberances. Our stocks are more complete early in the month, the assortment is larger and we are not so greatly rushed in taking care of our trade as 'later. We have given considerable thought to the selection of appropriate and practical gifts for the Christmas time. We will be glad to show you at any time. . THE DELINEATOR. A gift that every woman will appreciate. It reminds her every month, 12 times a year, that you thought of her at Christinas time. Its the best woman's magazine that's published, full of good things for the woman who does her own dressmaking, the one who does lancy work,1 the one who does house work in short the woman who does anything or is interested in things. Then there is something good in the line of fiction. And the cost is remarKably low, One dolla...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

T' 1 HERE'S a song Thprp'a n star There's a mother's deep prayer, And the star rains its fire while the Beautiful sing. There's a tumult of joy O'er the wonderful birth, For the Virgin's sweet boy Is the Lord of the earth. Ay ! the star rains its fire while the Beautiful sing, For the manger of Bethlehem cradles a King 1 In the light of that star Lie the ages impearled ; And that song from afar Has swept over the world. Every hearth is aflame, and the Beautiful sing In the homes of the nations that Jesus is King! Wo reioice in the light, And we echo the song That comes down through the night .From the heavenly throng. Ay ! we shout to the lovely evangel they bring, And we greet in His cradle our Saviour and King! -J. G. Holland. Mother's Christmas. By Solas Hubbard Martin. THERE were three girls of them, nil merry, light-hearted and thoughtless, but this evening, a new seriousness was upon them. For one thing, mother had gone to bed with a sharp neuralgic attack. Another was that fa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

91 HRI&TMS DM A tr Ts rT T C r rT 71 ITS. KGflf mm Christmas dar is, above all other days, the festival of hope, wrote Dean Farrar. On that blessed day the thoughts of millions all over the habitable globe, from the huts of the Eskimos to the kraals of the Kaffirs, and from the torrid zone down to the wigwams of the Patagonians and the stormy Antarctic isles, will turn to Bethlehem and to the Christ-Child. All will be glad to think how to us is born In the City of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord. And why? Because even the dimmest and vaguest conception of Christmas will show that this commemorates an infinitude of love and infinitude of hope. It tells that man is not a worthless atom ; but that he is dear to God ; that there is an infinite value and preciousness in this, our mortal life. Christmas is the gladdest festival of the year. People talk of holiday making, but this one season fairly radiates gladness. There is around it, as it were, a halo, or atmosphere ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

2?tuJ?t There'! going to be a railroad up In Ice land, In Iceland, Anil what fnnnv rnllrnnri It vltl ha 1 I would never think of Iceland ai a nice land, A nice land. For week ends at a cottage by the sea. For the trains will very likely go on run ners like a sleigh. And they'll harness up the engine In a jingle hells array. At least, I cant' Imagine It In any other way, In Iceland, Tou won't need your thermometer! In Ice land, In Iceland. And you won't have any fretful vis a vis; For up there In that anything but spice land, But spice land. The cars are always cold as thev can bt. Oh, they'll have to dig the sleepers out a dozen times a day, Or perhaps they'll tunnel through the great Dig iceoergs in tne Day, And that will be Just bully till the Ice bergs move away, In Iceland, A journey will be Jolly up In Iceland, In Iceland, The scenery's so wonderful to see; It will seem like nothing short of para dlse land, Paradise land, As the onen cars co whirling o'er the lea. They won't ha...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

t t t HEN Pierre Nadeau brought Whig blooming bride to the River Pachot. he was young and strong, fresh from the lumber camps of Lake St. John. He had been appointed wharf foreman in his new borne, and had grown old and gray as time went on, until a small farm and dwelling, bought with the fruits of his toil, provided a shelter for his declining years. Two sons had been born to the Na' . deaus, who, as they grew to manhood, went naturally to the lumber camps. Al ter a time, however, attracted by promises of higher w:ges and. cash payment, in .lieu of store trade, they sought the growing West. When they left their home they were clad in provincial fashion; when they returned, on a visit only, they were clad in store clothes and radiant neck wear, and. they used strange English, such as made the Pere Nadeau sick at neart, Finally, after unbridled depreciation of the surroundings in which they were born and bred, they departed by schooner and melting finally into the Orient were seen n...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

3 Only 6 to . Mor e m WJMCE woiase aixd&s 4T Gifts! . We have a special message for the husband, wife and sweetheart or in fact anybody who is in the habit of purchasing practical gifts for Christmas. Did you ever stop to think when you were making your Xmas purchases, that there is nothing as practical as a piece of Furniture, because in the first place it is something the entire household can use and at the same time is an adornment to any home. Therefore buy Furniture for Christmas Gilts. 1 .... fllllW r u , Carpet Sweepers Just the tiling for the Lady of the .House ..is one of nr nice Carpet Sweepers which range in price from $2.00 to 3.50 Onyx Stand. At this writing; we have just three left which sold at $6.00. In order to close them out will sell at $3.50 Settees A piece of furniture lacki ng in many homes. A fine ljne of them .at prices.. $7. 50 to $45 Parlor Chairs A suitable gift for any lady. Why not havcone sent up to vour house on Christinas. Prices from $8 t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

1 StV V "m ','.i,!E'':i-,'S-1'""''- ft" GOOD; .eaay iarters We expect you to buy your HOLIDAY GOODS, in Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks, Cut Glass, and Hand Painted China OF US. 1. Because we have the goods. 2. Because we save you money, ' JgUwWJfegfrwW i , i -3r Because tliere isn't a more tasty assortment anywhere. 4. Because our goods are the best money will buy and are sold within the reach of all. 5. Because we will give you a square deal. 6. Because we spend our money here and will make it an object for you to do the same. THE RUSH IS ON Join the throng and get your share in the money saving chances we are offering daily to those who are in need of anything in the Jewelry line. The Ashton Jeweler. x ft S25 W" I 1 1 19

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

mfm fli ITIlll.l.llllLIILIIIII.Iiyilll J IIUMMIIIIM.IIM .mill IU.IIJUUIJM JIULMII JgJ j',g IIIIMMI.IIUI.il. ::L I I I lly,. IIIII1J IUIILII MMmmmimmmmU.., U Jlj ,., l I, LIU 1 .11 Jill,. .1 lllim.Um JJ1IM1ILII ,X1IIIU Ujll ILI1I IMIUM. THE ASHTON GAZETTE. sj& V ' HOLIDAY NUMBER 0t I Volmnel2. , DECEMBER 13, 19Q6. Number 42g A LsJf JP& ;4hzei ON THE WAY ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 December 1906

mas Yon Know Christmas. Is Comie p I ITo be sure you do, we' only want to remind you of it and let you know that since we have remodeled our store and we are in a position to till your wants and orders in a more satisfactory way than ever before. qWe.will be pleased to have every one come and inspect our large stock of - Candies, Nuts, Clear Sugar Toys and Many Other Thing's, IWe also wish you to remember that we carry a complete stock of GROCERIES and guarantee everything we sell, to be satisfactory, if not, you are requested to return same and get your money back. Our Fruit is Second to None. Our Oysters are Unsurpassed. Our Bakery Goods Stand Back of None. Our Flour is Always First Class. Leave your orders for Christmas Trees NOW. A Merry Xmas to You AIL ARE YOU PARTICULA S3 About your meats? If you are call around at the t? p where you will find everything clean, ? wholesome and appetising. Correct Xv weight, best quality at prices that $2 S3 S3 S3 S3 City Meat Market S3 right. ...

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