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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 February 1907

Fhe ashton Gazette. N VOL. XII. NO. 50. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 623. SNEAK THIEVES LOOT AND STEAL Five Stores Were Entered and Bob bed Early Last Thursday Morning LIGHT FALL OF SNOW COVERED THEIR TRACKS Proeerty Worth Afcout $200 Was Taken and Some Suspicions Are Entertained Was Quite Likely work of Local . Talent. Five stores in this city were entered and looted some time early last Thursday morning- and property to the extent of about two hundred dollars worth was taken. No clue was left by the robbers as a light snow had fallen and almost completely covered their tracks. It is neither definitely known at about what time the burglary was commited, but the prevailing opinion is that it was done after midnight, in the early morning of Thursday of last week. From what little evidence as could be scraped together there must have been two men. They effected an enterance into McCrea's grocery store by kicking in a basement window on Second street and co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 February 1907

v vut: acuta! PA7FTTF ' 1I1E ASHTON GAItllt. , RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTON. ' - - ILLINOIS. FIND -KICII THE ASURE 54,000,000 IN GOLD AND SILVER IS UNEARTHED. Ancient Cache of Hand Its In Oiseovrrrd In Mpiiru nml Mncb Valunble Metal Heveiiled Nebraska Murderer ArkBOwledgftt the Deed. A dispatch from Durnngo, Mexico, says tVsre is much excitement there over llu' discovery of hidden treasure to the mount of more than $4.0tM.I,00 near Corral de Mnjoina on the Hacienda Kl Ojo in the Nombres le Dios district of the State. The hacienda is owned by Julio Corbelo. The government has sent Sift y soldiers to I he place to preserve order. The treasure consists of golden images end idols and a large crucifix of gold "with :a vast number of silver bars. The treasure is said to have been hidden at Corral de Majoma by bandits mniv years ago. At one time bandits were very thick and audacious throughout that district. Lines of communication were most imperfect, mid it is argued that ti treasure ...

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

THOMAS AND NANCY IINCOLN. "Fit us for humblest service," prayed This kindly, reverent man, Content to hold a lowly place In God's eternnl plan : Content, ly prairie, wood and stream The common lot to share. Or help a neighbor in his need Some grievous weight to bear Then trustfully resigned the life That had fulfilled bis prayer. And she In Indiana's grave This many a year who lies Mother and wife whose yearning soul Looked sadly from her eyes Who, dying, called her children close As the last shadow fell. And hade them ever worship God And love each other well Then to ber forest grave was borne, The wind ber funeral knell ! So drear so lone who could have dreamed . The boy her bed beside Forth from that cabin door would walk . . Among earth's glorified? But, lo ! bis name from sea to sea Gives patriotism wings; .:--.. Upon his brow a crown Is set Grander than any king's ; . And to these fameless graves bis fame Tender remembrance brings. .Ah! still the bumble God doth choose The mig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 February 1907

i 4 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, FEB. 7, 1907. John Charters was a Rochelle visitor Monday. A. D. Knapp is quite sick with an attack of the grip. Lee Shottenkirk has a position with the Parke's Shoe Store at Oregon. Miss Eva Arnould spent Saturday with relatives in Franklin Grove. Dr. E. J. Brewer of Shabbona was home to visit his parents yesterday. Editor Barnet of the Shabbona Chief was acallerat the Gazette office yesterday. Miss Beulah E. Ilurd was visit idgher sister Mrs. VV. E. Wright of Oregon this week. Teachers meeting of the M. E. S. S. at Mrs. Howard Quick's, Friday evening at 7:30. Mr. Graves of Dixon, III. was the guest of friends at the home of Lyman Booth Sunday. J. A. Roesler is agent here for the Beatrice Creamery Co. of Chicago and will buy cre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 February 1907

r" THOSE WHO BUTCHER ! i 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. tWbat People Jlre Wm. Weiner went to Dixon Friday. H. Steplian was a Chicago vis itor last Friday. W. A. Hunt went to Rochelle Saturday morning:. . '08 shonld b the date on the label of your paper. Mr. and Mrs. Zeller were Ster ling visitors Friday. Wtn. Messer Jr, was a caller in Dixon last Thursday. Post Card Albums for sale at the Gazbttb Office. New stock of Shelf Paper at the Gazbttb Book Store. MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, - - Illinois. 1 FARMERS ! We will sell you 100 pounds of Internatio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 February 1907

i It V Study the capacity of the FARM. Every farmer 6hould study the capacity of his (arm, so as to be able to turn its resources to the best account. Some farms are naturally adapted to grass production, and can tie made to produce heavy crops of hay yearly for a long time. Other farms roon run out when seeded to grass, btt are good for cropping. On such a farm a large area should be ploughed yearly, cropped and fertilized, and seeded down. For a few years good crops of grass can be obtained, and then the land needs reseeding. The aim on such farms should be to have from on third to one-half of the tillage under the plough all the time, so that the grass land will all be newly seeded, and the farmer will be able to replough as soon as the grass begins to run out. Then there are farms that are rocky and rough. The soil is stony and fertile, but is not adapted to cultivation. Apple-trees, perhaps, will thrive with remarkable vigor on such land, and the farmer should accept the indica...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 February 1907

. MLM 1 SHOOT AT HUMAN TABOET3. MMM 1 Wm.m mmmmmm: i m h k minim - ' m rm ruan'iMflii mm t- i F.r.n-i spiouoe. i i? a??". v v : m mum mm w v j-hk - -t. ttt rt 1 i CSmmm Hrfd II II 1" 1 llUlgl I S"nrSJ ROTt I The. first re of a good M flfel I IllilB 1 illira test of .nns hip. in .tuor words. VK- n -rjiminafMia si K4 eimsc ki h em, a. mi 1MI. AI.rtt,Wo Pronnrntinn for As- similating lUeFoodandncgulating the Stomachs andBowels of Promotes Dige9honheerfurness andRest.Contains neither Opium,Morphine nor Mineral. Hot Narcotic. taiykM Oat Mx.Smrut HykttUSdHClmfiU Suge? A perfect Remedy forConslipaHon . Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Fevenshness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought I Bears the J il In Use Over Thirty Years si i il nri-rnrwrn i i .1 4 IL eJla Msrid rfiu(li-nil 2 Feet Lonu. rri Tnlm A Snlzpr Sepd Co.. La Crosse, Wis., are brining out a new oats H,io rnnr with hends IPPt mug. a wouuer. J.111-" ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 February 1907

J9 Anew showing of the Spring Ginghams. Better qualities and style here. I&mlin's February Curtain Swisses and Mad-ias A strong line full of style Never before has such an assortment of Under Muslins been assembled for a Spring snowing. We start the first of our Spring sales with a line that surpasses anything ever shown in this vicinity. Every garment carries the HAMLIN stamp of quality not made of coarse heavy muslins full of dressing, but soft dainty cambrics and long cloths, handsomely trimmed and the workmanship is of unusual excellence no sweat shop junk in these all made in big clean airy rooms where women (not children) who understand the running pf the machines and the power is furnished by electricity. You must see these garments and you will acknowledge their superiority. i: 1 U Sale N D The new things in Dress Goods for the Easter Gown. Corset Covers Usually corset covers are shortened in length, the sizes run small to make a saving of cloth. Not so with thes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 February 1907

THE ASHTQ3N! GAZETTE. VOL. XII. NO. 51. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 14, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 624. PETER G. SMITH CALLED BEYOND Early Settler of Ashton Died In Minnesota WAS A LICENSED METHODIST PREACHER Came to Ashton In 1863 and lived here about Five Years ago. until Rev. Peter G. Smith was born June 13th, 1821. in the State of Indiana, where his early life was spent. He was married to Sarah Stayton, Dec. 10, 1840, and they became the parents of twelve children, seven of whom survive them. Mrs. Smith died Jan . 15 th, 1890. Rev. Smith was licensed a local preacher January 7th, 1874, under the Presiding elder-ship of Rev. John McQuiston, and one year later was ordained a deacon by Bishop Merrill at the South Kansas Annual Methodist Con ference. He spent much of his ministry in pioneer work in the states of Indiana, Iowa, Kansas and Illinois living- twenty-one years at Marmont, (Marshall County, Indiana. He established many Sunday Schools in these states and also in Indain Terr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 February 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTON, ILLINOIS. TALK OF REBELLION. CUEAN MALCONTENTS THREATEN UPRISING. One Gencrsil Hopes to llitve llomtr of !.niliiiK n Pntrlotle Army Airniiuit i:nltil Statr V.'liisi l'lavliis In ot ll Crime. The order increasing tin- rural g'.mi of Cuba, which was temporarily rescinded by (iov. Magoon following; instructions from Washington, has caused war 1 1 Ik to become rife among certain factious of the Cubans. At a meeting against the plnD (Jen. Enrique I,oyanz lel Castillo bitterly denounced the I'nited Stares an predicted that the people of Cuba eventually would he comnellcd to resist American domination. w!Ten the speaker hoped he would have the honor of leading the patriotic army. On. Estonoz. a prominent colored lender, was the only speaker to approve the proposed increase in 'V armed force of the republic, hut he demanded recognition of negroes in tlie ranks of the army and intimated tT;at the negroes were prepared to fight for their p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 February 1907

STILL TALK OF WAR. ILLINOIS STATE NEWS TRIES TO KILL EDITOR. Former Peoria Ollli'lal, Accused as Grafter, Seek ReveiiR-c. Maddened by sensational graft charges which have been made against county and city officials in the present grand jury in vestigalion, former Deputy Sheriff Sher man A. Hunt made a desperate attempt to kill K. F. Baldwin, editor of the Peoria Evening Star. The deputy finally was overpowered and a revolver and slung shot were taken away from him. Hunt, who had been under investigation by the grand jury and whose name has been men tioned frequently in the newspapers, be came enraged when he saw his picture in the Peoria Star as one of the central figures in the graft scandal, Arming him self, he started for the newspaper office To a number of persons he said that he was going to kill Baldwin and "clean out the office." His boasting was probably all that saved the editor's life, for some one telephoned ahead of the enraged for mer deputy and Baldwin and the mem bers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 February 1907

Iftviv V ! VT VT VT WT WWWWWW- w- w - w - w w w - g0k 0 it Of I S3 Ml SI SI s? s SI Hi, Sacrifice iSale To Commence February 16th g f3 S3 S3 t will close out my entire stock of Merchandise $3 l This will be the greatest opportunity of the year to buy reliable Come While the ILines Are FulL Commencing Saturday, February 16th at a great sacrifice. p merchandise for less than the cost to maniifacture. w . s , situated on the corner of west and Mam streets. I will also sell my house and lot Suits & Overcoats. Suit3 that sold at $14. 12, 10. 8, 5, and 3.50 have been priced at this sale at $9.50, 8., 6.50, 5., 3.50, and 1.75. Over coats that sold regularly at $12., 10., 8.. and $5 will go at this sale for $8., 6.50, 5.50 and S3. Men's Pants. Men's pants that retail at 3.50 and 2.50 and 1.25 will now sell for 2.35, 1.50 and 75 cents. Cordoroy pants reduced from 1.50 to 90 cents. Underwear. $1.50 Men's Heavy Wool Underwear for 98 cents and the 1.25 grade for 78 cents. 50et. heav...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 February 1907

THOSE WHO BUTCHER I Will find the WONDER lard press and sausage stuffer the handiest machine to use. They do the I 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. ft 1 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. OIL MEAL ! mtmmmmKmwmmimmatmimm What People JJrt Doing. To-day is St. Valentine's Daj. A Gerbers shelled and market ed his corn. Dr. Petersmeyer was a Rochelle caller Friday. Henry Gross was a Rochelle visitor Friday. George Schrieber lost a valua horse last week. Mrs. L. Moore w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 February 1907

THE TWO LAKES. Man on an isthmus stnnds ; on either Bide A lake of wondrous aspect opens wide. Forms from a mngic glass he casts on each, Lively as thought, and voluble as speech ; And while the shadows on the right-hand lake Drop as from clouds, new tints of light they take, To fair enduring pageants smoothly rise, And sail away to join the Eastern skies. iJut o'er the left-hand pool the phantom train Spread from the sad Magician's glass In vain ; Like stagnant slime they lie or tos't and broken. Perish like words by blinded madness spoken. The narrow land is Life; the left-hand Rood, Time and its Death, the right Eternal Good. Weekly Bouquet. Peter's Sore Throat I ETEK'S brother Willie raised himself in bed and, slinking his pillow into a tolerably bard pack, brought it down with some vio lence on Peter's head and then, making a leap for the floHj Interposed the closet door between nlmself and possible reprisals. Beyond saying "Quit that now, you!" Peter took no notice, however. "...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 February 1907

CAUGHT BY THE GRIPRELEASED BY PE-RU-NA. Effective Medicine for La Grippe. Robt. L. Madison, A. M., Principal of Cullowhec High School, rainter, N. C, writes-: "Feruna is the most effective medicine that I have ever tried for hi grippe. It also cured my wife of nasal catarrh. Her condition at one time was isuch that she could not at night breathe through her nostrils." La Grippe and Systemic Catarrh. Mrs. Jennie W. Gilinore, Box 44, White Oak, Ind. Ter., writes: "Six years ago I had la grippe, followed by systemic catarrh. The only thing I used was Peruna and Manalin, and I have been in better health the last three years than for years before." Mrs. Jane Gift, Athens, Ohio, writes: "Six years ago I had la grippe very bad. My husband bought me a bottle of Peruna. I was soon able to do my work." "Naming-" a Member. It !s an ancient belief that a man's name Ins some mysterious sympathy with his nature, whence arise such stories as that of Ruinpelstiltskln, whose power over a human being...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 February 1907

III Anew showing I of the Spring Ginghams. Better qualities and style here. o 9 Curtain Swisses and Madras A strong line full of style nlaiMii! lr A briiary Sale The new things in Dress Goods for the Easter Gown. iMtf.,.'flafl7Ti , wbat People Jlre Doitigl 1 Jt J. A. Roesler was in Dixon Friday. James Sharp was a Rochell caller Saturday. Oscar Schade was a Rochell visitor Saturday. Will Wiener was in Dixon on business Friday. Emory Til ton was a Rochelli visitor Saturday. John Killmer moved into Ash ton last Thursday, Will Hart was a business visitor in Dixon Saturday. Chris Eakle of Chana was on ur streets Thursday. Birthday post cards at the Gazette Bciok Store. John Cupp of Franklin Grove was on our streets Friday. Post Card Albumns for sale at the Gazette Book Store. Wesley Beach and wife were Eochelle visitors Saturday. Robert Knapp Jr. took in the sights of Rochelle Saturday. A. W. Rosecrans was a busi mess visitor in Dixon Friday. Rev. J. K. Hamilton was a Franklin Grove visi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 February 1907

ASHT! Gaz Tee JL JL Km9 VOL.XII. NO. 62. STERLING WON THE CONTEST fie Is Elected County Treasurer By 70 Instead ot 45 Majority. FEW ERRORSoFOUND IN THE COUNT Out of 97 DlseutedoVotes "Mr. SterllndlRecelved 44 and Mr. Ysuthas o 47. ' The canvassing' board finished the count in the Sterling-Vaugh-an election contest last week and the result without counting- the seventy or more disputed ballots gives John M. Sterling a majority of eighty-eight votes over Frank Vaughan, says the Dixon Telegraph. In Mr. Sterling's home precinct there were but nine ballots disputed, and in Amboy, Mr. Vaughan's home precincts, there wre more than twenty-fire bal- V lots disouted. Of these twenty- five or more votes Mr. Sterling was given sixteen, both attorneys agreeing at the count, that they , belonged to Mr. Sterling, without any decision on the part of the judge. May 1 township wasj the only township in which the' recount made no change but in each of the other precincts there were from two to ten cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 February 1907

y.. Innlrl t - , 1 I LLLLLLLLLLLVWVVVVVVVVVV li ran nw Anew showing of the Spring Ginghams. Better qualities and style hefe. N D E TO U I N Hamlin s Never before has such an assortment of 1 showing. We start the first of our Spring sa shown in this vicinity. Every garment camd coarse heavy muslins full of dressing, but sora trimmed and the workmanship is 01 unusual 0 made in big clean airy rooms where women (n the machines and the power is mrnisnea by e you will acknowledge their superiority. Corset Covers Usually corset covers are shortened in length, the sizes fun small to make a saving- of cloth. Not so with these, plenty of material, daintily trimmed and nothing- more stylish ever brought out. Our 25 cent special is one made of good material 2 rows of Torch ion insertion with 4 rows of tucking between and Torchon lace around the neck and arms. At 50c we show a large assortment both lace and embroidery trimmed and such good ones never offered before. Then we show other handsome s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 February 1907

1HE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTON, ILLINOIS. THY TO SINK CRUISER BOILER ON YORKTOWN TO BURST. FIXED Chance Discovery Saves United State Shi from Sailing- to Destruction Social Club for Men by Name of William. It became knows the other day that a secret inquiry is being held at the Mare Island 'invy yard in San Francisco bay in connection with the condition of the boilers of the cruiser Yorktown. The Yorktown had been ordered to Magdalena bay to protect American interests in troubled Central America. Just before tarting it was found that its boilers were leaking badly. Examination showed that eleven rivets had been removed, apparently deliberately. Had the Yorktown been allowed to proceed, it is stated, the Benniugton borror would have been duplicated. "BILL" CLUB GETS ITS CHARTER. Membership Is Open to All the Williams of the World. The "Biil -Club, No. 1, of the World" filed, articles of association with the Secretary of State in Jefferson City, Mo., and upon a p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 February 1907

to NEW TROLLEYS FOR ILLINOIS. Spring Will See Grent Activity In the Southern Part of the State. This spring will see unprecedented activity anent the building of electric roads in southern Illinois. A franchise has 1)een secured and rights of way bought for the extension of the east side suburban ystem from Belleville to Mascoutah and it is expected to commence work in the spring. Plans are also under way for ettenriing the present interurban system at Mount Vernon, Ind., to Mount Vernon, III. The proposed line will run through Fairfield, Burnt Prairie, Crossvillc, Grayville and New Harmony, crossing the Wabash river at the latter point. It is ultimately expected to continue this line westward and the east side system eastward, taking In Nashville and intermediate points, Nashville being the only county seat between the two systems after the proposed extensions have been completed and will furnish the link to form a cross-State interurban line connecting Evansville and St. Louis. So...

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