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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 January 1907

SEPARATORS -r0 YOU KNOW that the easiest jU 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, Ashton, - - Illinois. I I FARMERS ! We will sell you 100 pounds of International Stock' Food for $14 and giye you one 25 pound pail tree and also one of the new $3.75 Stock Books and we pay the freight. , OILr MEAL, ! Prices on application in ton and half ton lots. Oyster Shells in 100 lb. Sacks at Charters' Store. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. 1 fetl,'''''' 7) 7) it AH This Month for New Married People. Special Pi ices on Comp...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 January 1907

V THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTOK, ILLINOIS. THROWN INTO A LAKE WOMAN HAD BEEN BEATEN DEATH PREVIOUSLY. Night IVutchmnn at Pennsylvania Summer Kennrt Witness Ilorrllilo Crime Five Persons Killed In Iltiek lxland AVreeU. Henry Koichert, a wntchmnn at the Summer hotel at Tumbling Hun Lake, near I'ottsville, Pa., notified the police that he was an eye witucss on a recent night of the murder of a woman who Tas first beaten to death and then thrown into the lake. Corroborative evidence of his story has been found on the shores of the lake and n search is being made for the body and for the murderers. The police claim to have a clew nnd hint that some prominent Schuylkill families may be involved. Heichert says lie saw four men beating the woman at an unoccupied summer cottage. The woman prayed for mercy and fought desperately, but was knocked insensible, put into a buggy and taken to the lake. There she revived and fought, but the men beat her to death with stones, an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 January 1907

If XL GOVERNOR DENEEN'S MESSAGE To the Members of the iorty-fifth Gen eral Assembly Complying with the mandate of the constitution which requires the governor to eive the General assembly information, by message, of the condition of the State and to recommend such measures as he hall deem expedient, I have to state that the finances of the State have never been in such a prosperous condition as they are at the present time. On Jan. 1, 1007, the State Treasurer had on hand a cash balance of $4,434,179.02 in the ccneral revenue fund. After deducting mitntnnrlinir wnrrants drawn on the treaBnrar omnimtiniT fn S91.429.42. the net cash balance of the general revenue fund 'in the State treasury on tne nrst aay 4t this year was S4,a4a,au., or 284,750.77, more than it was two years Ago. The net cash balance in the State treasury at the beginning of each legislative year Jan. 1 during the last ten years were: 1897, $170,4S.ua; towa, 41,786,005.27; 1901, ?1.820,aia.03 ; iwa, io.KI 9 31. 49: 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 January 1907

iff 3C 3C tock Rediaction Sale reJnventory is Days JAN. 7th to JAN. 22nd 15 Days AN UNUSUAL ECONOMY OPPORTUNITY i 'cm "j""""ll"M".:i.r" 0 Black Sateen Petticoats $1.00 fast black mercerized sateen 79 Si. 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 79 .50 values now 39 .25 values now 19 G. W. HAMLIN, The Leading Dry Goods House In! Ogle County. Rochelle. Remnants & Short Lengths Every yard of goods in our big stock that is in shor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 January 1907

JL Fhe ashtoIi Gazette. VOL. XII. NO. 48. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THUHStjAY JANUARY 24, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 621. PASSING OF AN OLD LAND MARK Stone Barn Near Stone Quarry to Pass From View OLDEST BUILDING IN NORTHERN LEE COUNTY Site May Possibly Be Occupied ty Dwelling This Spring. Modern The stone barn which is located on the old Hodge farm in the e; st part of town will probably be torn down in the spring-. The lot on which the barn stands was purchased by Wm. Wiener at the Hutchinson sale last fall. The purchaser would not affirm the report, but in all probability the barn will be razed in the spring-, and there is a possibility a modern residence will be erected on the lot. As the stone barn is the oldest building- in this part of Lee County we thought a historical sketch of it and Ashton's Pioneer days would be fitting just at this time, so we publish herewith a letter received from it's former owner "Jack" Hodges of Tallahassee, Florida, who ably tells of Ashton's Early days. "Bv requ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 January 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTON. ILLINOIS. dyee, IS ACQUITTED. A SUPPOSED ROBBER OF SUBTREASURY INNOCENT. Verdict of Not Guilty Returned by Jury In Accordance with Instruction of Judge Man Supposed Dead Return to Old Home. David P. Dyer, Jr., wis acquitted by a Jury of the charge o embezzling $01,500 from the subtreasury iu St. Louis, where he was receiving teller. The verdict came little as a surprise after Judge Garland's Instructions, in which he said : "It must fes shown that the defendant feloniously converted the public money of the United States. The mere failure to account does not warrant intent to convert." The defendant admitted on the witness stand that he discovered the shortage Sept. 27, 1906, fcut failed to reveal the fact in tfie hope that the money would be found. Cashier Johnson reported the discovery of the shortage on Oct. 5. when, just after checking up Dyer's cash and finding it all Tight, he said he saw Dyer replacing money in Paying Telle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 January 1907

COLLISION ON THE BIG FOUR RAILWAY. Twenty-five Persons Are Killed in Disastrous Wreck. MANY BOASTED ALIVE (Queen City Special Smashes Into a Freight at Fowler, Ind. .Combination Car of Fauenger Train Is Crushed to Splinters and Takes Fire Those Who Did Not Die by Shack Are Slowly Burned to Death I'iS Obscnred a Signal. 'Twenty-five persons were killed In the wreck of Big Four passenger train No. 38 near Fowler, Ind., Saturday, twenty of whom were burned alive, and forty others were Injured. Those killed were nearly all in the combination car, which took fire and burned. The sleeping cars were not wrecked. The wrecked train was Queen City Special, east-bound, from Chicago, ind Kl (tras going fifty miles an hour. Owing in n ileiiso focr the emrineer of the flyer vas unable to see the light on the semaphore, which directed him to stop, as a iwest-bound freight had the right of iway. The train dispatcher, knowing that the dense fog would prevent the trainmen from seeing the block signal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 January 1907

III Mod em men f .enc 0 YA I m ) 't III IK4I IMF m 1 iUJ Ji I A. W. Rosecrans & Co. Retailers of Everything. Griffith Bros., Lumber and Implements. W. B. McCrea, Groceries. J. A. Roesler, Staple and Fancy Groceries. Moore & Glenn, Stoves and Hardware Geo. R. Charters, . - , Drags and Hardware. Wm. Schade Jr. Paint, Wall Paper Glass and Oils. P. H. Bassler, City Meat Market The Ashton Bank. Capital $25,000. John Henning, Boots and Shoes. O. C. Baker, The Iron Clad Elevator. Billmire & Klenke, Blacksmiths. OF AND OH TV BUSINESS MEN'S CHART. henrV Stephan, Furniture, Undertaking, Pianos and Organs. WnEESSLIE, Hardi and a' 1 1 iii C. W. Jeweler and ...fflembefebip fo.... E. B. Arnould, Vincent Arnould, M. M. Billmire, J. M. Burnham, Wesley Beach. Charles Bode, F. II. Bassler, J. H. Bjers, Wm. Bohart, A. M. Bates, H. At Bremmer, A. J. Butler, George K. Charters E. W. Clark, is P.. U 'hanrnan ' I',' Mi ' 1' '1 ' turn T 'rrrKx,--' ., ,m. Jrthn tJrilrtWhn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 January 1907

SEPARATORS TV) YOU KNOW that the easiest U 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 yours 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, Ashton, - - Illinois. 'WWti'fS.'fff&li'.'.f titbit tlffllj " fjl A t FARMERS ! I: w We will sell you 100 pounds of International Stock Food for $14 and giye you one 25 pound pail tree and also one of the new $3.75 Stock Books and we paythe freight. 4 mmmMitmamitiUtmmMM What People JRre Dcingi ton Prices on application tn ioVand half lots. i 1 1 cKSiW;":sti::;!;:? v ' ..' "P: ," :ri" -'- ASHTON, ILLINOIS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 January 1907

A ROSE SONG. A little bud wns I Upon the vine, alone; I felt the breeze (to by. Across the garden blown; And once as morning came A poet called my name A scrap of winged sky Sang Hose, be thou mine own I This merry heart of mine With midden rapture stirred ; I danced upon the vine Until the sun was blurred ; And dancing in the dew A crimson rose I grew, O take me, love, for thine ! I told my poet bird. Pear lady, on whose breast It is my bliss to be Another Rose's guest, Love's lesson lenrn of me. Unto your happy heart My red lips cnn impart The tendc' truth he pressed One kiss will set it free ! r - i T In the cool water anff applied It to nir and then followed him as be passed "I am stopping for a few days at the stranger's head. ; through the door nnd rapidly proceed- tlie sanitarium at the Melrose springs," "That's good," said the man. "You ed to replace the old bolt with the tew said the stranger. "I may come this are a clover boy, Benjamin. You're one. way again." Then he smil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 January 1907

The Badge of Honesty Ii on every wrapper of Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery becauso a full list of the Ingredients composing it Is printed thore In plain English. Forty years of experience has proven its superior worth as a blood purifier and invigorating tonic for the cure of stomach disorders and all liver Ills. It builds up the rundown system as no other tonic can in which alcohol is used. The activo medicinal principles of native roots such as I .. Legend of Jack Horner. I Tle legend of Little Jack Horner, as told In Somersetshire, is as follows: At the time of the dissolution the abbot of Glastonbury wished to send some Important deeds to the brother of Queen Jane Seymour. For safety he concealed them hi a pie and intrusted them to one Jack Horner. During the transit Jack Horner pulled out the plum In the shape of the title deeds of latos The" stomach, livor and howel rcgi ana;, through them, Lhe wflQIfl. a, system. Thus all skin affections, blotches, pimples and erupt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 January 1907

9; ' . fym'" ee ' 'mim'XiLL'SitkM "' 3f , mmmmt9Z-- lie New Spring TMngSo ow AFTER THE WINTER CLEAN-UP, right now. Every section of our busy store begins to are first in style, first in quality and first in showing and before the things (if Summer are in demand, we commence our spring offering by showing the things take on the appearance of bright weather goods and the clean snappy colors of spring fabrics. As before we what's right. Don't delay 'your visit. IT ...&ngbams... Sbirt Waists. Eaces and embroideries. As usual we are first in showing the 1907 styles In making up the dainly snmmery things for The new Ginghams for 1907 possess parfeu- rf Waists. u larly pleasing styles for people who want he best. rigH fa shown be in M Wedon't offer you old patterns, undesirable fabne a88ortment is bright now inspeet our offer- before the big-advanee, consequentat a cheap price but the new snappy d.fferent goods pM fit 8tyle and quaIity ,w. ,y oflel. the pattern3 8nd styles that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 January 1907

VOL. XII. NO. 49. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY JANUARY 31, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 622. IRA WALKER BROKE JAIL Was Lodaed In Cltv Bastlle on Threats to Commit Murder FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE IS STILL AT LARGE Deputy Sheriff Win. Wiener Has State Warrant and Is After His Man and Will Get Him TooChief of Police, John Stephan was much chagrined Tuesday morning to find that a prisoner he had locked in the citj jail had affected a jail delivery. Monday evening word was communicated to Deputy Sheriff Wm. Wiener, that Ira Walker was on the war path and had made violent threats towards his sister in-aw Miss Worley. Sheriff Wiener imparted the information to Chief Stephan and Stephan followed him to the house arriving a short time ahead of Wiener. When Stephan entered ihe house he found Walker shak-j ing his fist in the young lady's face and making- all sorts of violent and indecent threats. When Wiener arrived he quieted down but it was of short duration. The Sheriff started up town with Mrs Walker to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 January 1907

OUR HIRED MAN. "there never was, since time began, A bigger shirk than our hired man. . Merlasses ain't one-half as slow. When he sets out a row to hoe Ba takes a morniu' to a row. But when he sets to dinner, why, You never seen a man so spry. . Be covers ground like some old cow ; week is what we muse allow B'or each blamed acre that he'll plough. -But when it's time to feed He'll have the record broke for speed. When in the medder pitchin' hay He'll loaf one-half the livelong day. ""Too hot fer work," is what he'll say. But when to grub he drors his seat It ain't too hot fer him to eat. In winter time he ain't much good, It gits too cold fer sawin' wood He wants to have that understood. . But dinner time the cold's all right It jest gives him an appetite. When corn's to shuck or seed's to drop Or when we're harvestin' the crop He alius thinks it's time to stop. But meal times that don't go a bit. By shucks ! he never wants to quit. Chicago News. W - THE 3 INCIDENTAL MUSIC SCENE TH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 January 1907

HEALTH AND SPIRITS Are Restored by Dr. Williams' Fink Plllo In Cases of Debility and Despondency. General debility Is caused by mental or physical overwork with imperfect assimilation of nourishment, or by some acute disease from whici the vital forces have been prostrated and the entire organism weakened so ee .not to easily rally. To restore health It Is necessary that the blood should be purified and made new. The case of Mrs. E. M. Spears, of 92 Mt. Pleasant street, Athol, Mas3., is a common one and Is given here in order that others may be benefited by her experience. She says: "I had been sick for a year from Indigestion and general debility brought on by overwork and worry. I had tried many remedies, but found no relief. I Buffered from swelling of tie limbs, loss of appetite and dizzy spells, which became so severe towards night, that I sometimes fainted away. I was bilious and my hands and arms would go to sleep for an hour or two at a time. I was so sleepy all the time tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 January 1907

"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 postofiBce in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 1907. The Chinaman's View. As Europeans and Americans are in the habit of looning upon the Chinese as little better than barbarous, it is not out of place to note how they view unfit! re turn. Thus an intelligent China man traveling- extensively in Europe and America, gives his views of the customs of those "outside" people. In writing to a paper in India about the things he heard and saw in the first circles of those lands he says: "You cannot civilize these foreign devils. They are beyond redemption. They will live for weeks and months without touching a mouthful of rice, but they eat the flesh of bullocks and sheep in enormous quantities. That is why they smell so badly. TIipv smell like sheep them selves; every day they ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 January 1907

THOSE WHO BUTCHER ! Will find the WONDER lard press and sausage stuffer the handiest machine to use. They do the work required of them to perfection and they are the easiest to clean of any machine on the market. The price is right too. ' You will also want an ENTERPRISE meat cutter, the best made and an assortment of KEEN KUTTER butcher knives if you would do the work easily and quickly. ' We carry a full line of these machines and knives also repairs for the Enterprise meat cutter. MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, - - Illinois. warm Wbat People Jlre Doing, I FARMERS ! We will sell you 100 pounds of International Stock Food for $14 and giye you one 25 pound pail tree and also one of the new $3.75 Stock Books and we pay the freight. si 0 X)IJMl!L ! :u iLuLlLl-iixd . : Prices on application in ton and. half toti '.Tots?, ', i Oyster Shells in 100 lb. Sacks at Charters Store; ASHTON, ILLINOIS. 100 ROOM SIZE RUGS Of 1907 new styles' and color effects have come in ana are reauy iur yu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 January 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. ILLINOIS. MINE OWNEE IS HELD CONFINED IN SQUALID PRISON IN MOCTEZUMA, MEXICO. Arisona Citisens Demnnd Justice for Man Imprisoned for Shooting Drunken Mexican In Self-Defense Soldier to Be Tried. Unless they can succeed in getting justice for Greene Busli, an Arizona mine owner, Douglas Masons may ask the United States government to intercede for Bush, who is in a squalid prison at Moctezuma for killing a drink crazed Mexican in self-defense six weeks ago. Dr. W. A. Greene o Douglas sent the judge at Moctezuma a petition requesting bail for Bush. This document had only twenty miles to go, yet it never reached its destination. It is claimed two of the richest mine owners of Bisbee leave at nee for Moctezuma, and from there they will go to Hermosillo to demand justice from Gov. Yzbal. THE GREAT OHIO VALLEY FLOOD TBT SOLDIERS FOB MURDER. Pennsylvania Prosecutes Lieutenant and Private. The case of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania agai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 January 1907

THAW TRIAL BEGINS. MILLIONAIRE CHANGED WITH MURDERING WHITE. One of the Moat Remarkable Trial In the Criminal History of New York Result Watched by Notables In Two Continents. The grent Tlinw trial is on In New Tork. i'lie fight to save Harry Kendall Thaw from death In the electric -chair for the slaying of Architect Stanford White began Wednesday morning itefore Justice FIt.gerald. The drawing of the jury to try the youug Pittsburg millionaire, began with the opening of court. Long before the hour set for the trial, crowds flocked to the Criminal Court's building and filled the rotunda. An hour before the trial began the crowd was driven into the street and every entrance guarded by police. Only talesmen and reporters were allowed to enter the courtroom. The trial overshadowed the Molineaux and Patrick trials. ' Over 200 newspaper men made application for admission to report the trial. No spectators were allowed In the trial room. There were correspondents from Paris, London and Be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 January 1907

-DC Now For Tine New Spring Things. AFTER THE WINTER CLEAN-UP, and before the things of Summer are in demand, we commence our spring offering by showing the things right now. Every section of our busy store begins to take on the appearance of bright weather goods and the clean snappy colors of spring fabrics. As before we are first in style, first in quality and first in showing what's right. Don't delay your visit. 3C ...Gingbams... 0 The new Ginghams for 1907 possess particularly pleasing styles for people who want the best. We don't offer you old patterns, undesirable fabric at a cheap price but the new snappy different goods that are new. Prints, Percales, Curtains Swisses, Wasb'Goods White Goods. Getting ready for Spring in a hurry and you should not miss being first at our counters when we open the new goods. SbirtWaists. As usual we are first in showing the 1907 styles ... of Ladies' Waists. Every dainty conceit that is just right is shown in our lines. Don't wait until the a...

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