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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 December 1906

ASHTON 7FTTF VOL. XII. v NO. 43. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY 'DECEMBER 20, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 616. THE GA J. W. HARDESTY PASSED BEYOND Died Friday at His Home After a Year's Illness. FORMER ASHTON PIONEER EXPIRED IN CHICAGO Mrs. Fanny Cantelo Blanchard, a Former Resident North of Ashton, Died November I7tta. Wilson Hardesty was born in Ogle county, Illinois in the year 1839. He spent the early part of his life in the place of his birth, and moving therefrom, came to Ashton Lee county in 1852. Here he has made his home until carried hence by death. Shortly subsequent to the arrival of the family in Ashton, the father passed away and a few years later the mother. There were in all, six children in the family, three sons and three daughters. Of these one son and two daughters had already preceded him to the other world. But two now remain, one brother Melvin residing in Dixon, 111. and one sister whose home is Rochelle. After a lingering illness of a a full year, he was carried away by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 December 1906

THE ASHTGN GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTON, - . ILLINOIS. MURDERS HER LOVER JEALOUS WOMAN THEN COMMITS SUICIDE. Man' Trip Acroia Continent Ends In Double Trimedy In Boston Hotel Boy Wed on License Made Out to Father. Mrs. Margery Clark lured Algernon S. Atwood, a traveling man for a Chicago trunk manufactory, half-way across the continent to murder him. Sunday night in Boston she shot him while he slept and then killed herself for fear he would rejoin a woman in Denver of whom she was jealous. Mrs. Clark asserted that he had been secretly married to Atwood ten years ago, divorcing her first husband in order to do so. Atwood left Boston a year or so ago to travel through the west for a St. Louis trunk concern, later entering the employ of a Chicago firm in the same business. lie lived in Denver. Since then the couple had met only at long intervals, though they kept, up a correspondence. Mrs. Clark al"ways professed a deep love for Atwood, and when she heard he was to be mar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 December 1906

I CANAL CRITICS HIT. President in Special Message Calls Them Slanderers. TELLS OF HIS TRIP. Made Thorough Inspection ol the Work Now in Progress. Tank that la an Epic and of World-Wide Importance Health Condition Excellent, Malaria and TTellow Fever Betas Driven Ont "Workmen Are Seen at Work and -in Their Quartern and Are InterTieived hy the President. President Roosevelt sent a special tnessage on the Panama canal to Congress Monday. He tells at great length of his personal experiences on bis retent trip to the canal zone, and scores the critics and slanderers of the canal commission. On this point the President says: "Where the slanderers are of foreign origin I have no concern with them. Where they are Americans I feel for thein the heartiest contempt and indignation; because in a spirit of wanton dishonesty and malice they are trying to Interfere with and hamper the execution of the greatest work of the kind ever attempted and are seeking to bring to uaught the efforts of their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 December 1906

y y jrv frv y urv yf Vv W v tr V W Wv V w me BIG DECEMBER SALE OF THE 81 4jV . COUNTRYMAN & CO. IS ON Crowds throng the store daily. An opportunity to buy Cloaks, Furs, Silks and Xmas i Goods at a great reduction. Babies CLOAKS from 50 cents and up. Misses CLOAKS $j g $3.25 at $1.98. LADIES' WOOL SHIRTWAIST SUITS at $5.00. You can find what you want in our Mammoth Stock. tCfc 0 V l 4 fc o i U0 l i 4rf W 4 i I 'J i I ftif 4 ft. ! t t?LB. COUNTRYMAN & CO., Established 37 Years Dixon, Illinois, h M M M J M M Af Ml 9 if Al Aft m ? l fl l f 1 rt M A A J J1 JP Ml J , fl fJi i Ml Ml Ml A V N A Big Line of ew oooks AT holiday season yon are nsoally wond- S3 ering what to get your friends or rela- Cf? tives tor a gm. um you ever tnyuv of a BOOK? Always acceptable and a present which several can enjoy. We have hundreds of them. Some of Our Good Sellers C. A. Burnham was in Rochelle Thursday morning. Charles Clark was down from Rochelle Thursday. - Chas. Stiteley of Dix...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 December 1906

K. ' I UNGER IDEAL I Christmas Gifts ? I know you are anxious about what to buy for Christmas t presents (every one is.) The idea of giving- useful presents is ifc t now the rule. I am sure you can select a useful present from I the following list of articles. But first let me mention one ar- J ) tide that will gladden the heart of any housewife; and is surely ) a labor and step saver it is a Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet. I Any o( the Following List Will Also Mate Useful Presents. $ Arm Chairs Bed Room Chairs Bed Room Settees Book Shelves Brass Beds Buffets Cellaretts Card Tables Chiff Onigers China Closets Clothes Trees Carpet Sweepers Couches Cribs Dining Chairs Day Rolls Divans Dressing Tables Dressers Davenports Enameled Beds Easels Extension Tables Folding Beds Framed Pictures Hall Stands Hall Seats Hall Trees Ladies' Desks Come and make your selection. We will hold same until Christmas and deliver same. I UNGER FURNITURE I ROCHELLE, ILLINOIS. Give a Taking Machine to some one for a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 December 1906

7" 1 THE AHTQJUi 9AZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TKJKMS Of SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six month, '' Three months. $1.00 .50 .25 Entered at the poitofflce in Ashton Illinois, as aecond-clasa matter. TCLCPHONf.rfO.es. XBUBSDAY. DEC. 2Q. 1900. o n DONALD gfct Ooprricht, ISO, by P a bstment 6 r- H A There" weM few harder headed mun la Ingham county than Darius Parker, farmer,. Be w ccserred. closeflsted and without a article of romance or entlment In his composition. The notes of the meadow lark were the tame as the grunts of his hogs to hloi, and when he' looked out over the mag nificent wep of (lie meadow he sim ply figured PA bow many tons of hay to the ajpa It woud put Persons who naa Known mm tor twenty years naa never knon, Mm to beteay a wt spot, and even when his wife, died, after weary yevs ot putting carpet rags and making soft op, no one looked for any emotion oq the deacon's part He Dunea ner tne same as he went about plowing corn, and Inst...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 December 1906

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 and easy running. This wonderful machine washes anything, from the finest linen and lace to the heaviest 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. SAVORY ROASTERS SELF BASTING g ; Simply put the roast or fowl in the pan. f . Put on cover and place in oven. Requires no :'wq fur ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 December 1906

.THE TEMPEST. Vhi sky is black with the flying rain, And the sea is wild and white; God pity the ships that toss and strain On the furious waves to-night. Come, sit by my side, little blue-eyed maid, Whore the hearth fire blazes warm, We will pile on the fuel and draw the shade To shut out the night and the storm. Toe shall sing nie a song of the southern land, Where the orange and citron grow, Where the 'blue sea washes a sunny s( rand And the tempests never blow. Ton shall sing me of love and of lutes that sigh Til (he amorous light of the moon, When the flower-decked barks drift idly by On the shimmering Ingoon. My thoughts are as black as the rockswept sky And as wild as the leaping sea, Come, sing to me, put my despair to flight With an exquisite melody. Till I shall forget all the past and its pain, Little maid with the eyes of blue, Forget the black night and the sea and ' the rain. Remembering only you. Boston Transcript. IT was a perfect night. The silver moonlight flooded ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 December 1906

Kins ISdwarrt'N My rind Su!i.!opt. The Kins of KnsluaU 1ms lu Asia more tlinn HOO.CCO.UOO subject ; lu America, 7,."C0,;00; in Africa :ib;mt 4,000,0(!(), In Australasia over r,0l!l!.000 and hi Kuropa over 4-'.000,(00. Clnsslfylus tlie:u "broadly by religions, tlicre nre i!ns.000,000 Ilimlui, 91.000,000 Moliuunnodiuu. uS.000,000 Christians, 12.000.000 Buddhists and 12:5.000,000 of various pagan or non-Christian religions. , TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take LAXATIVE Ultimo Quinine hI)Im. Druggists refund money If It falls to cure. E. W.UUOVK'S alRuaUure la on eacb box. 25c. Plntocrntic 'Animal, ".Missouri has a hog worth $2,000 end a rooster worth $S00," says a Kansas City paiier. It pays, apparently, to Instruct barnyard pets iu the art of saving. Washington Post. . -Lewis. "Single Binder." The richest quality cigar on the market at straight 6c. Always reliable. You pay 10c tor cigars not so good. Lewis' Factory, Poria. 111. According to the Massacnusetts bureau of .statistics, there ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 December 1906

ClhliristeniSiS JuJUSt AFOUJUmd the Corner N 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 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. 1 4 THE DELINEATOR. r is' it A gift that every woman will appreciate. It reminds her every month, 12 times a year, that you thought of her at Christmas 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, 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 rem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 December 1906

THE GA HTQN ZETTE. VOL.Xir. no. u. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY DECEMBER 27, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 617. AS BOX RENTS ARE TO BE RAISED Postmaster H. E. Chadwick has Deceived Notification from Department at Washington. RENTS ARE TO BE UNIFORM THROUGHOUT THE NATION Hereafter Rates Will be Governed ty the Dimensions of the Box Call Box Rent to Remain Unchanged. than that which should he for large boxes; that rents Begining' with January first, patrons of the postoffice will be asked to pay more rent for their boxes. This rule is the outcome of a desire of the department to . have an established basis of rent for mail boxes, The order is known as No. 1388 and is as . follows. "Box rent rates have been fixed heretofore upon no established basis, with the result that at certain large postoffices rates are lower than at man; small offices; that the charge for small boxes is in many cases higher made are sometimes collected at' the same rate for boxes of all sizes; and that at postoffices of like...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 December 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher, ABHTON, ILLINOIS. HU1ICH VVlflS-tflUHT. PORTO RICAN DECISION FAVORS ROMAN CATHOLICS. ' Salt at San Jaan Connrni Owner. hip of a5oo,0OO Wrth of Prop7 Vona Woman Falls In Street and Expires. The Supreme Court f Torto Eieo has rendered a decision favorable to the Catholic church in case s to the ownership of certain properties. The court finds that the properties, wilued at $500,000, belong to the church and accrued rents and incomes since 1S98, when the United States took the island from Spain, and mounting do $100,000 are declared, to be due the plaintiff. Of the five members of the Supreme Court three favored the decision for the church. The American Judges voted in favor of the government. The case wiN be appealed to the Supreme Court -of the United States. Charles Harrzell, 'ex-secretary of Porto Rico, represented the people in the pleadings. STEAL COAL FROM TRAIN. Worth Bakotans Help Themselves, liut "v7fll Pay Railroad Company. A gat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 December 1906

MILLIONS FOR RACING. FAIR SWINDLER IN PRISON. iPorothy Wisdom Had Career In llltnolH and Indiana Cltlen. Demure little Dorothy Wisdom is in jail in Paris, counting the ten days of a sentence for obtainiuu money under false pretenses and wondering if sheriffs from other towns will be at the jail door when she is released. She does not know how many of her alleged victims in other towns will see that she has settled with those in Paris at 70 cents on the dollar and may want to force a like settlement. Members of her classes in stenography many other cities may read of her detention at Paris. Kushville and Linton, Ind., have already reported. The young women who paid $25 for a" complete course in stenography and typewriting while not vindictive and not deHiring to send Dorothy to prison yet might be willing to collect 70 per cent of wha't they paid to her. The first report of the pretty stenographer goes back to Charleston eight years ago. but it is hardly from Charleston that she expe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 December 1906

i &e BIG DECEMBER SALE, OF THE 1 I. B. COUNTRYMAN &, CO. IS ON Crowds throng the store daily. An opportunity to buy Cloaks, Furs, Silks and Xmas CP t? Goods at a great reduction. Babies CLOAKS from 50 cents and up. Misses CLOAKS -.1 w $3.25 at $1.98. LADIES' WOOL SHIRTWAIST SUITS at .00. You can find what V you want in our Mammoth Stock. 4v S? L B. COUNTRYMAN & C(M ' , Established 37 Years Dixon, Illinois. & UNGER I DEAL Christmas Gifts 1 know you are anxions 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 a useful present from the following list of articles. But first let me mention one article that will gladden the heart of any housewife; and is surely a labor and step saver it is 3 Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet. Any of tie Following: List Will Also Make Useful Presents. Arm Chairs Bed Room Chairs Bed Room Settees. , Book Shelves Brass Beds. Buffets Table...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 December 1906

I I No Blue Mondays. EVERY 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 chinesatisfactory work and easy running. This wonderful machine washes anything, from the finest linen and lace to the heaviest 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. SAVORY ROASTERS SELF BASTING Simply put the roast or fowl in the pan. .Put on cover and place in oven. Requires no water, vv e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 December 1906

GRANDFATHER. How broad and deep was the fireplace old And the groat heartbstdhe how wide ! There was always room for the old man's chair By the cozy chimney side. And all the children that cared to crowd At his knee in the evening tide. Boom for all of the homeless ones Who had nowhere else to ao : They might bask at ease in the grateful warmth And sun In the cheerful elow. For grandfather's heart was as wide and warm As the old fireplace, I knev. And he always found at his well-spread ooard Just room for another chair; There was always rest for another bead On the pillow of his can! : . There was always place for another name In his trustful morning prayer. I Oh, crowded world with your jostling tnrongs ! How narrow you crow, and mnll r How cold, like a shadow across the fieart, Tour selfishness seem tn fnll. Wten I think of that fireplace warm and wiae, ... And the welcome awaiting all. Chicago Inter Ocean. In Upset Land belieTe that none of you have paijl rents so troublesome) as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 December 1906

ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver PUls. Must Bear Signature of Set Facsimile Wrapper Below. SUFFER FEOM COLD. HARDSHIPS FOR FHISCANS IN REFUGEE CAMPS. Tented Camps In San Francisco Parke Are Poor Shelter Agalnat the California Winter Rnlna Eighteen Th'oueand Homelew. Terr maU ana a W to take a ragar. IFOR HEADACHE. CARTER'S mi VhssSl i IVER PILLS. ran DIZZINESS. FOR BILIOUSNESS. FOR TORPID LI YER. rOR CONSTIPATION, rni iinnw SKIN. Fnu THECOMPLEXIOH 1 gnrely TeretJJ.le. CURE SICK HEADACHE. I'jft --5 ii tiif t iBfc-s.ntB i mrn'if'"" i- n Hotel Empire Broadway and 63d St., NEW YORK CITY All Surface oars pass or transfer to door. Booms, with detached Bath, $1.60 per da; np . . 1. TBa.A D.ih DIM Suites, with Private Bath. 8.60 Automatic Lighting Devices, i m-i In AVflrf Tm European Plan, also Combination Breakfasts Table d'Hate Luncheons and Dinners EXCELLENT SERVICE FINE MUSIC Send for Free Guide to New x on IT. JOBlfHOlT QVINIT, Proprietor Canadian Govern ment TREE FARMS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 December 1906

the Corner OT MANY DAYS until Christmas and it's the wise shopper that J jakes advantage of the comparative quiet of the first few days of December to make cocks are more complete early in the month, the assortment is larger and we are $3 N the selection of their Christmas rememberances. Our fl A not so greatly rushed in taking care of our trade as lalx practical gifts for the Christmas time. We will be glac . We have given considerable thought to the selection of appropriate and to show you at any time. ' . THE DE fLINEATOR. Clhiristmas A crift that everv woman will appreciate. It reminds her ef thought of her at Christmas time. Its the best woman's magazine that's woman who does her own dressmaking, the one who does Jancy work, th the woman who does anything or is interested in things. Then there ishfiomething good in the line of fiction, And the cost is reniarKably low, One dollar the year. BUY IT FOR ElER. it C1 FURS. We have opened and are displaying a new lot of Furs in both n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 January 1907

1'i THE ASHTOl GAZETTE. VOL. XII. NO. 45. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY JANUARY 3, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 618. REVIEW OF 1 906 A Brief Review of Events which Occured During the Past Year NUMEROUS MARRIAGES AND DEATHS RECORDED Has Been Year of Rapid Advancement In AH Lines of Business-Farmers Have had a Prosperous Year. Another year has come and gone. To the greater number of our oeoole it has been a vear of r r prosperity and blessing. The farmers have had very excellent croos and have received a fair 4T orice for their nroduce. This of i course has stimulated the busi ness in town whichjfor the past year has been good. Ashton has been spared so far as any calamity is concerned and no real fire is recorded. That our people may recall hereby the many im portant events of the year, we cive the following1 review of 1906. January 4, 1906 Mrs. Susan Leichliter called by death; City Council discusses lowering price of gas. January 11 Geo. H. Luckey died at his home east of town; Flagg lost posto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 January 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. ESCAPE FfiOM PRISON. THREE NEGRO CONVICTS LEAVE MISSOURI PENITENTIARY. Frighten Paaaeniter-i When They Ride Blind Bag-vage on Train Toward St. l,onl Husband Shoota Woman Who Shelters Hla Wife. Three negro convicts, occupied at the prison power house situated just outside the penitentiary walls at Jefferson City, Mo., escaped the other night anil rede ixtr miles toward St. Louis the next morning on the "blind" baggage end of a Missouri Pacific passenger train. The nassengers were panic stricken when it became known that three convicts ut pris on garb were on the train. It was feared the desperate negroes would stop the train and rob the passengers. They wore driven from the train at each station by Con ductor J. B. Wheeltr and the train crew, but as soon as the train started the per sistent trio would climb aboard the "blind" baggage. At Kent, Rixty miles west of St. Louis, they finally left the train and made off. The n...

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