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

1 THE REAL SANTA CLAUS IN THE NORTHWEST. ILLINOIS STATE NEWS 4RNARCIAL ' . TV, .... "MffOOTS AT PKOBATK JUDGE. Ilmane Man Attempts Life of Chan. 8. Cutting In Chleago. Judge Charles S. Cutting of the Pro"bate Court in Chicago, one of the most ;popular men on the Cook county bench, ..came near losing his life at the hands ..of an assassin who lay in wait for him in the main corridor of the Criminal 'Court building, pointed a revolver at his head and fired before the iudge and a number of spectators could overpower ;:him. The bullet went within a few inches -of the jurist's head, and he was uninjured. The murderous, attack was made '.by Frank-Ellerbrock, who was declared by physicians to be insane. Constant brooding over his failure to realize any money from his sister's estate, it is said, caused Ellerbrock's mind to become unbalanced and resulted in his conceiving ,an intense hatred toward i.udge Cutting, "who, he alleged, refused to investigate the disposition of his sister's prope...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 January 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. KJBLISHBD EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OV SUBSCRIPTION. On year Six monthB, Three months $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, JAN. 3, 1907. John Danekas went to Minonk Tuesday. Henry Heinzeroth was a Dixon visitor Jan. 1st. Your meat bill is past due at Chy Meat Market Euclid Beach, was a Kochelle Caller Thursday. Trask and Byers were Dixon visitors Tuesday. N. Schuchart was a Rochelle caller Thursday. You must call and settle that account at Basslek's. John Erhart who is working-in Aurora was home Jan. 1st. W. D. Anderson of. Dixon was caller in Ashton Jan. 1st 1907. Samuel Gibson and wife of Cbaaia were in Ashton Tuesday. C. W. Jonker and wife svere visitors in Kochelle Tuesday 5fl.grBert and Cal Farver of Batavia visited friend in Ashton Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, Mark Beach visited relatives in Kochelle Thurs day. "Willard Knapp and Frank JIart returned from...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 January 1907

V) 77 . . 77 SUPPLEMENT TOTT Supervisor's Report State of Illinois ; (.SB. . Lee County ) Oa Monday the third day of De cember, A. D. 1900, tUe board supervisors of Lee County, Illinois, met at the court house in the city of 1 Dixon pursuant to adjournment, Present Hon. Jno. M. "Trostle, chair man, and the following members. James KIrby, A. J. Tompkins, John J. Wagner, M. A. Crawford, W. H Edwards. N. A. Cdrtright, W. C Jones, E. E. Fischer, Wm. Anderson, James P. Dunn, Thomas P. Long, S L. Shaw, Abrain Ackert, James Buck ley, J. H. Huyett, W. W. Harden, J C. McCleary, M. Sullivan,' Chas. I Will, John Montavon, Lars C. Ri setter and F. E. Rogers. Mr, J. P. Malach having presented to the clerk of the board his certifl cate of appointment from the town board of the township of Sublette as supervisor to fill the unexpired term of Major A. T. Tourtillott, re signed and the same being in due form, on motion of Supervisor Craw ford it was ordered by the board that J. P. Malach be and he i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 January 1907

rta ) THE ASHTON GAZETTE IP -a What S. T. Jenninff-alfV-"'' 1 E F Guffln, 8i:pplies clr elks office . . . '. . 9 E F Guff) a, ptg for clr clerks office $95 Same, pub pro of board 6 Same, sup sheriff's ofs 10 B F Shaw Ptg Co, ptg for shffs office 3 Same, ptg clr elks offs 38 Same, ptg bal & pub pro board etc 217 Pantagraph Ptg Co, ptg cir elks offs 3 Same, ptg co elks offs 10 Same, ptg cir elks offs 21 Same, same 7 Ills Stationery Co, ptg co elks office 15 Same, ptg cir elks offs 6 E P Harrison, pub pro board 5 , Same, ptg cir elks offs 8 Same, same 37 Geo D Barnard & Co, elec tion supplies 266 Same, ptg co elks offs 6 Fuller Bros, pub pro board Dixon Sun & West Brooklyn News 10 00 Same, pub ballots 49 00 Geo A Lyman, pub pro board 5 00 Same, ptg card instruction for election ' 48 R J Dean, pub pro board ... 500 Dewitt C Owen, ptg ballots. . 62 10 Dixon Daily Star, pub pro brd & pub ballots 52 00 G L Carpenter, pub pro board 6 00 Neosty...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 January 1907

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 g 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 g machine you can accomplish as much in an hour as wnuld otherwise occunv a whole dav. The ma- s chine 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;t it acknowledge it to be a perfect washer indeed. ?" & GLENN, ASHTON, ILLINOIS. SAVORY ROASTERS SELF BASTING Simply put the roast or fowl in the pan. Put on cover aoNd place in oven. Requires no water. We have...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 January 1907

t-HE MAN WHO DOES THE WORK. This life is a strain and a struggle; We arc born to a world of care, And of all the scurries and woes and worries I've had a bit more than my share. It's idle to say that it's even, And there's no such thing as chance, Though one has trouble, another has double ; One 6crapes for the other to dance. And same they whine and they whimper Tint's the kind tfiat will never be missed, Fov honest labor there's always a neighbor To lend him a helping fist. T) much I have learned for my comfort; It's never worth while to shirk ; Blow east, blow west, the world wags best For the man who does his work. Century. ! ! Mrs. Small's Doctor I ! HERE was an assortment of widows at Mrs. Lancy's genteel boarding house. There were widows by the dispensation of Providence, and widows by the dispensation of the courts. The melancholy style was represented by Mrs. E'lorenz tall, willowy, dieaway, always In deepest black. There was Mrs. Ford, plump end comely; Mrs. Terry, black-e...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 January 1907

SCCCCOCGC3&CCCCOS LUSV1BAGO AND SCIATICA ST. JACOBS BL Penetrates to the Spot Ritfht on the dot. Price 25c and 50c Printers I PAY CASH fOll Second-Hand Printers' Machinery What have you (o Sell or Exchange? T. E. POWELL 93 So. Jefferson Street. CHICAGO A Positive CURE Ely's Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed. Gives Relief At Once. It cleanses, soothes heals and protects the diseased membrane. It cores Ca tarrh and drives L.;, awy a Cold in the fci Head quietly. Hestores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Full size 50 cts. , at Drag, gists or by mail ; Trial Size 10 cts. by mail . Ely Brothers, 56 Warren Street, New York. 8. If. U. Jfo. 1 190T LADIES WANTED. To write for samples, also particulars how you may obtain a Shirt Waist pattern Free of the new material RET a beautilul n.-w fabric for Waists and Eveninjr Gowns. BUI AM k TUCKER. Binobamlos. N.Y. ASfegetable Preparalionfor As similating fteFoodandRegulating the Stomachs andBowels of Promotes DigesiiorbCheerfulnessandRest.Co...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 January 1907

Co. ristonas Juast;roumd the corner S3 S3 SS 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 t? N 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 ot good things tor the woman who does her own dressmaking, the one who does iancy 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 cos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 January 1907

IThe ashtcJn Gazette. VOL. XII. NO. 46. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY JANUARY 10, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 619. MRS. SASSLER DIED FRIDAY EVE Another Early Settler Has Passed to the Great Beyond FUNERAL SERVICES HELD SUNDAY AFTERNOON The Deceased Came to Ashton in Its Primitive Days Over a Half Century Ago. Mrs. Marilla J. King Bassler, an early resident of this city, died at her home in the west part of town last Friday evening: at the age of 72 year 3 months and 2 days. Mrs. Bassler was born at Orange, New Hampshire October 2nd. 1834 and came to Illinois at the age of twenty jcars, settling in Ashton in 1854 She was united in marriage to Win. Bassler at Grand Detour in 1858 and they lived in Franklin Grove previous to 1880, since that time having lived in Ashton To Mr. and Mrs. Bassler were born four children, one daughter and three sons. Edgar H. lives in Seattle, Washington, James K. resides in Bozetnan, Montana and Frank H. and Mrs.- Cora Payne reside in Ashton, the daughter having lived...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 January 1907

A LONG REACH. FACED BY BIG ISSUES. WEALTH OF COUNTRY THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. - '" ' . MM ILLINOIS. PANAMA BULLY SHOT. AMERICAN ADMITS KILLING A VICIOUS NATIVE. C. J. Cnllen DeaU Death to Man Who Attacked Him In Hotel Front Blown from ItoeheNter Store by Bomb. Curtis J. Cullon o Knoxville, Term., who arrived from Panama on the steamer Tagus, is said to admit having killed a native named Gonzales at the Hotel Astor. Panama, the night before Christmas. 'Gonzales, Cullen is viuoted as saying, was a bully and started a row with Cullen by throwing confetti and dirt into Cullen's eyes. Cullen knocked the man down, and as Gonzales made for him gain with a drawn stiletto Cullen sent him sprawling with a kick in the stomach. Then Gonzales drew a revolver and a friend handed Cullen a pistol, whereupon he shot and killed Gonzales. Cullen was arrested, but was admitted to bail. He went to Colon, stained his face and hands with berry juice and on the advice of friends boarde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 January 1907

'RICH MAN'S NIECE ACCUSED. 1 Declared to Have Used Undue Influence to Secure ?3O,O0O Estate. Alleging fraudulent methods and false- ' hods in influencing him to turn over his entire estate valued ajt $50,000 to Mrs. Louise Pyatt, his niece and housekeeper, . Josinh Gorham, by his best friend, Henry Gorham, has filed suit to have the transfer annulled. The case has attracted .much attention in Champaign county owing to the prominence of the, principals who reside near Homer. The plaintiff, -who is 87 years of age, alleges that he was not in full possession of his faculties when the property was turned over. He says that he gave up all of his property for a consideration of $1 and love end affection, but with a proviso that onethird from the proceeds of the estate was to care for him during the remaining years of his life. The property in part -consists of 320 acres of land valued at ;$175 per acre. Two months ago the aged man left the home of his son in Champaign to go to lire with h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 January 1907

STATE EXECUTIVE'S TO Governor Deneen Reports to General Assembly on Condition of State Institutions. THE FINANCIAL SHOWING A Cash Balance of $4,342,750.20 of the General Revenue Fund in the Treasury. JMajtty Recommendations Are Made for r Changes and Improvements in the Various State Institutions Asks for Amendments to Civil Service and Other Laws Reports from the Different State Departments. Springfield, Jan. 9. The following Is the text of Gov. Deneen's biennial message to- the forty-fifth general assembly: Complying with the mandate of the constitution which requires the governor to give to the general assembly Information, by message, of the condition of the state and to recommend such measures as he shall deem expedient, I have to state that the finances of the state have never been in such a prosperous conditions as they are at the present tlm?. On January 1, 1907, the state treasurer had on hand a cash balance of $4,434,179.62 in the general revenue fund. After deducting outS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 January 1907

SEPARATORS What People Jlre Doing, T0 YOU KNOW that the easiest JLf way and the most profitable way to do your dairy work is with a SHARPLES TUBULAR Separator? The old way' means the washing and caring for a large number of pans and crocks. Then there is always a large amount of cream which will not rise on a pan and is wasted. A few minutes a day is all that is required to clean your separator and then your dairy work is done. The saving in cream alone will soon pay for your separator. Ask your neighbor who has a Sharpies about this or try one of the machines yourself. MOORE & GLENN, Ash ton, , - Illinois. I mtm Postmaster li. iU. Chadwick 13 quite sick. Isaac Trask was an Oregon visitor Saturday. Miss Atta Wright was a Dixon visitor Thursday. I Tony Reitz transacted business in Dixon Friday. Your meat bill is past due at City Meat Market. '08 should be the date on the label of your paper. Henry Vaupel was a business caller in Dixon Friday, A. J. Orner visited the poult...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 January 1907

A HAPPY CITIZEN. 1 nanny in de sprinsrtime w'en de days js gittiu' long En de birds is in do blossoms, des ashukin' 'em wid song; Wen de lurks is lookin' lively, kaze doy knows de fros' is done, En de crow's de blackest shudder 'twixt de green worl' en de sun. Happy on de way, Singin' nil Ce day : "De rain'll make de roses, en de grass'll come ter bay !" I happy in de summer des ez happy cz kin be, Wen de cotton's des n-snowin', en do corn's ez tall cz me, RusWin' tr his green blades whar de wes' win run a race. En sliakin' or his silky, shiny tassels in my face. Ileoh ine what I say? I happy on dp way, Fer a sunny road is leadin' ter de happy harves' day. I happy in de fall-time, w'en de leaves is gittin' brown En de hick'ry-nuts is fallin' en de apples dent de groun' ; W'en j'ou heah de hounds a-bayin', en de horns begin ter blow, En de fox is huntin' kiver, en de rabbit layin' low. Happy on de way Dat's de word you heah me say ! De fros' hez spiced de harves' ez it twinkles ter d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 January 1907

I Ai. .iy.rttti aft P CASE Patient Cured of Ataxia Gives tho Entire Credit to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. ' Mrs. S. C. Wellock, of 114 Cleveland Avenue, Everett, Mass., the wife ol an employe in the government works at Chelsea, says: "I had been troubled with nervousness for ten years and the disease kept growing on me. Then I learnod that I was suffering from locomotor ataxia. I had terrible tremDiings in tay right leg which would get rigid and when this happened in the street I uaa to stand still until It passed away to keep from falling. My right arm felt as If a thousand needles were pricking It. The sheet touching my knee In bed would nearly cause me to scream out with pain and both knees were so weak I could hardly stand. "I had to use a cane and be helped about by my son. Then the pain began to settle In the calves of my legs and the muscles became numb and quivered constantly. The cords under my knees seemed to be drawn up tight and the terrible shooting pains In my legs would...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 January 1907

3 C C DC re-Mveetory Slock Reductidii 15 Day JAN. 7th To JAN. 22nd 15 Days AN UNUSUAL ECONOMY OPPORTUNITY DC S T U m Black vSateen Petticoats $1.00 fast black mercerized' sateen 79 91.25 fast black mercerized sateen 98 Si. 50 fast black mercerized sateen 1.19 $1.75 value black sateen 1.39 $2.00 value black sateen 1,49 Knit Petticoats Ladies' knit skirts, knee length, washable wool in all colors, at the following' price reductions: $2.00 qualities now 1.49 $1.50 qualities now 1.19 $1.00 qualities now.... 79 $.75 qualities now 59 $.50 qualities now 39 Shawls and Fascinators A complete line of knit shawls and fascinators, in black, white and colors, priced to close at these radical reductions: $2.50 values now.. 1.69 $2.00 values now 1.39 $1.50 values now 1.09 $1.00 values now 7f .50 values now 39 .25 values now 19 G. W. HAMLIN The Leading Dry Goods House In Ogle County. Rochelle. Underwear A few garments left of that extra good 25c quality, that we will close at 19 Vassar Swiss Underw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 January 1907

The ashtoS VOL. XII. NO. 47. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY JANUARY 17, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 620. MISS ALICE TUCK BURRIED FRIDAY Died Last Week Wednesday From Paralysis SERVICES HELD AT METHODIST CHURCH Large Concourse of Friends Followed Bier the Cemetery. to Alice Marion Tuck was born in Ash ton on March 23rd 1883 and died in the place of her birth on January 9th 1907, aged 23 jears, 9 months and 28 days. She passed from room to room of our public schools and gradu ated in 1902. For some three jears she taught in the district schools near her home, and in the autumn of 1905 began a course in the Northern Indiana University at Valpariso, with a view to qualfy herself in a special manner for Kindergarten and Primary work. Pressed on by an ambition to enter upon her work at the earliest possible moment, she was led to hasten through her course. By close application, work of the most strenuous sort she completed in six months what should by rights have taken a full year. It so chanced, too,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 January 1907

"nr" The letter i did not send. 'He was the friend of my boyhood, My youth and my manhood's prime, We had vowed to be ever faithful To the end of our earthly time. But somehow it happened we quarreled; One word to another led ; And our eyes were flashing in anger And bitter was all we said. That night I wrote such a letter As one might write to a foe, Ajid told him that never thereafter Would I wish his presence to know; We must pass each other as strangers, Our lives henceforward apart ; And let him know that forever I had torn him out of my heart. Then I sought my bed, still 'raging, But I courted slumber i. vain ; The face of my more than brother Rose before me ever again. He was always bo true beside roe And sharing all changes of life; Our words had been always of loving And never till now of strife. And then our quarrel what was it? How did it ever befall? Perhaps he was right yes, I know it, It waB I in the wrong, after all. Then I rose from my bed, took the letter, And cast ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 January 1907

(I 0 V THE FIRST TWINGE Of Rheumatism Calls for Dr. William1 Pink Pills If You Would B Easily Cured. Mr. Frank Little, a well known cltlsen of Portland, Ionia Co., Mlch.,,wa cured of a severe case of rheumatism by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. In speaking about it recently, he said: "My body was run down and in no condition to withstand disease and about five years ago I began to feel rheumatic pains in my arms and across my back. My arms and legs grew numb and the rheumatism seemed to settle In every joint so that I could hardly move, while my arms were useless at times. I was unable to sleep or rest well and my heart pained me so terribly I could hardly stand It My stomach became sour and bloated after eating and this grew so bad that I had Inflammation of the stomach. I was extremely nervous and could not bear the least noise or excitement. One whole side of my body became paralyzed. "As I said before, I had been suffering about five years and seemed to be able to get no relief from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 January 1907

t t Governor DENEENS Biennial Message. araia' aixtend Authority of Uepanateat. The operation of Lloyds; unincorporated aaaoclations and Individual underniters doing a Are Insurance business In this state should be regulated by statute. Vader the decisions of the supreme court of this state construing the statutes, these associations are not required a comply with the requirements and (Conditions of the laws passed to govern ad regulate Insurance companies. They awe not under the supervision of the insurance department and are not required to disclose their financial condition. A proper law should be passed occocrlbtng the conditions upon which (hey may be authorised to do business in tta state and prohibiting them from doh...nAoa nrithnut cnmnlvlng tbere- srUh, so that the financially responsible associations may be permitted to OP68 lure and the irresponsible ones prohibited. The act of April 21, 1899, relating to casualty Insurance companies should be mended so far as It relates t...

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