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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 February 1907

0 W W 1 V W W W w w w - w w w w - - - 3 1 i Come WHile tlie Ones Are Full. (5 -r- 1 i vuu I I u I i.ui u i VUU u V 4u m Sim. I V J M J c? 4iv ? C? V THE at a great sacrifice. merchandise for less than, the cost to manufacture. situated on the corner Suits & Overcoats. Soits 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., fe.50, 5.50 and $3. 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. SI. 50 Men's Heavy Wool Underwear for 98 cents and the 1.25 grade for 78 cents. 50ct. heavy fleeced underwear for 35 cents. $2.00 flannel shirts at 1.25, and the $1 grade for 75 cents, 50 cent grades of tennis and cotton work shirts will go at 38 cents. 25 cent cotton work shirts for 15 cents. Genuine wool Sweaters for 43 cents. W...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 February 1907

-4- 3 THOSE WHO BUTCHER ! What People Jlre Doing, mnmwtmfmnmmnmmMiiDmm G. N. Miller was sick lasJ week.' , ' ' . "'. Mrs. Adam Krug is on the sick list. Fred Molson of Chana was in Ash ton Saturday. - V 1 I ... . . - - I 9 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. I I i i 0mM MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, - - Illinois. Walter Purdy was a visitor in DeKalb Saturda7. ... ft Ivow prices makes the goods move at Huether's. Otto Moore Sundayed at his brother's in Rochelle. Chas. Gleim and wife were vis itors in Dixon Monday. Carl Greve was a passenger east Saturday...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 February 1907

THE FATHER OF THE EARTH'S ONE WASHINGTON. Birth's centuries like drifting clouds go by ; Uplifted like some peak Immaculate, With front uncovered, white against the sky. Defying years, thou boldest single state, Thy core of solid rock piercing the air. Morning and night empurpling still thy head ; Through all earth's changes lifted peerless there, Firm on thy throne, till Time's last year Is sped. Am quarried marble, white thy classic brow', A line of Cresars cannot weigh thee down, Nor rows of tinseled kings bedim thy crown. The earth's one Washington, unchalleneged thou, With radiance on thee from the great white throne, In lonely, spotless majesty thine own. However great and good, no dead man's band May wield the scepter of this swelling time. God walks the seas along Hit path sublime. We follow Him, as on the solid land. Wo rev'rent read the words of thy Farewell, .As sons a dying father's counsels weigh. Greater Voice than thine we hear today; We dare not turn deaf ear, nor br...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 February 1907

At Dtuner. !'WJio Is the taciturn man opposite, next to Miss SinltK?". "That Is Louis flie Fourteenth." Louis the Fonrtcentii?'' "Well, you see, his name Is Iuls, and be Is called the Fourteenth because lie's only nsked to keep ns from being thirteen at tnble." Fllegeiu'.e Blatter. . They Hut Like It. "Does this powder renlly kill the cockroaches?" asked the housekeeper t the grocery. "Why, certainly not," replied the gro cer, "ir ir, am, we wouldn't sen a third of the quantity." PILE8 CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. I'AZO DIXTMKXT l Kiiarnntwd to cure snr i'Unm .if ltcnliift. Illlnd. Kieedlng or Protrud 1 111 I'llrt In U to 14 days or muntjr rsfuudwt Sik'. . Lewis "Single Binder" straight 5c Clear. Prjf.u to deuiers $3,0O per M. Tliey cost Home more than other brands, but no more thnn a Rood 5c cigar should cost. Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 111. IIw to Trap Wild AnlmnU. 40-ra;c trap book illustrated, picture 1 wild anitnnlH In natural colors, aUo oar ometer calendar, aiso gun & trap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 February 1907

1 - VOL. XIII. NO. 1. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1907. WHOLE NUMBEK 626. LOWDEN HITS CORPORATIONS Small Stockholders Should have Knowledge of their Shares' Value Is Time for Change. FAVORED PUBLICITY Corporations Have Destroyed Confidence sod Caused SoclaUsm-Favors Bill Calllnf For Publicity "Confidence in anything is impossible without knowledge. A Gibralter obscured in fog- seems no longer a fortress in the world." When Congressman Frank O. Lowden of Illinois, and locally of Oregon, uttered these terse sen tences Saturday in the house of representatives at WashHton, speaking on jjlfcyj hiue:-iag ubl;-"' ' rmi I of corporations elixir in nliyerstate commerce, the it?ttirs gave immediate attention. "The total wealth of the United States," said Lowden, "is ninety billions of dollars. It is stated on excellent authority that one-fifth of the total is in corporations which would become subject to the provisions of this law. "There Is already a vast number of our people who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 February 1907

' ''' ' 'i ' ' ' TH"B SPOT OW TH"B RTTTff. vJ??&A L' ' . '' ':'. -1 ' THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. FIND MISSING BONDS. PRESENTED FOR PAYMENT AFTER THIRTY-FIVE YEARS. Securities of Old Rond Tarn l p In Akron, Ohio, but Interest Money Hns Been Appropriated Fire RaKea In PlttNburg-. After thirty-five years six bonds issued by the Atlantic and Great Western Railway, now the Erie; have come to light. Three of them reached Akron, Ohio, the other day from the government of Holland to be redeemed by presenting them for payment to County Clerk of Courts C W. Kline, who is custodian of a heretofore unclaimed fund of ."ft5.l-13.ril due the bondholders. The sale of the Atlantic and Great Western in court proceedings in 1871 produced the fund, but the hold-, ere of the bonds could not be found. They have drawn 7 per cent, nnd the interest on each bond now amounts to $!)S7. This interest each successive clerk lis drawn and applied to his own use, it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 February 1907

',.'. ' " rt'e'jr,'? .' ('''";'.'; ',.. BSBBBBBaSBBaSSBSBBSSSBBSSISSsaBaSSBsaBSSBBaBB .( '.'-, . ' "" r - 225 BOYS FIGHT FLAMES. . Fire Destroys Bnildtnir at St, Chnrle Home at Aurora. Two hundred and twenty-five boys, as sisted by officials and attendants at the SI. Charles State Home for lioys, rougnt a raging lire late the other night which totally destroyed what is known as new cottage No. 2 and did damage amounting to $25,000. In the other cottages nearly all the boys had retired, but the alarm aroused them and every able-bodied boy end man in the institution soon joined in fighting the flames. The water supply gave out and the structure was burned to the ground. The building was unoccu pied and stood at the southwest corner of the quadrangle. It was one ot tne three identical in style of architecture now under course of construction and would have been completed in two or three weeks. ' The building was two stories high, built with brick walls with a tile roof. The St. Charles...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 February 1907

: ' ' ' -l. ! ' "I! H JWMBUII1S.I 30C 3 G 13 CmHi ALE! il MvjAROHI FOR OTTURE S Your opportunity to furnish your home with new Spring Style ft goods at modest outlay cash of is near at hand. Every piece m this immense stock of Furniture Roomsize Rugs, Lace Curtains, Draperies, Linoleums, Mattings and Carpets is placed in this great sale. 0 (nr ri SPECIAL SALE OF FURNITURE A STOCKOJXE THAN FIVE TIMES LARGER Than Any in This Section of I 0 o Furniture j& Everything anything you need in this department you will find shown here, it's easy to choose and these March Sale prices make it easy to buy. Our store is an exhibition of beautiful merchandise. We are proud of it. Hitch up and drive or take the train and come down, all you have to do is to come and make your selection and we will do the rest. But don't fail to attend our JBig Marcn Sale unless you want to miss the best bargains of your life. Largest House Furnishing' Sale Ever Held in Northern Illinois. i 1 1 V7 Illinois...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 February 1907

r W MBWM ir s I en mm mm I AXES I ' ' ' . !l Keen Kutter Axes Have Stood the Test for 40 Years. They are thoroughly warranted. Price with Handle $1.00 each. MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, Illinois. I t 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 ! Prices on application in ton and half ton lots. Oyster Shells in 100 lb. Sacks at Charters' Store. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. WE DO PRINTING DO YOU NEED ANY RINTING of every description is our business. We have made a study of it for years, have a fully equipped plant and feel justified in saying that we can ' guarantee satisfaction in whatever line you may want. Especially are we prepared to print your stationery. A full line of papers, ruled or unruled, and envelopes always kept in stock and printed as cheaply as you can buy the plain goods. Our lineof ball and wedding invitations, business and calling c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 February 1907

AWFUL NEURALCIA Pan Turned This Woman's Hair White but She Waa Cured by : Dr. Williams' Pink Pllhv Do not seek relief .from suffering simply, but free your system from the -disease which is the cause of your .suffering. That is the message which a former victim of neuralgia sends to those who are still in its grasp. Hot applications, powders that deaden the senses and others that reduce the heart action may cause temporary relief but the pain is sure to return with greater intensity. Mrs. Evelyn Creusere, who has a beautiful home at 811 Boulevard West, Detroit, Mich., suffered for years with neuralgia until she tried this tonic treatment. She says: "Ky trouble began about six years ago and I did not rest as I should have, but kept up about my many duties. After a time I became . so weak I could not do any work at all. I had severe backaches and such dreadful headaches in the back part i and top of my head. My eyes were easily tired and at times I saw black spots before them. I consu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 February 1907

AILING How Many Perfectly Well "Women Do You Know?: "I am not feeling very well," "I am so nervous it seems as though I should fly." "My back aches as though It would break." How often do you hear these significant expressions from women friends. Moro than likely you speak the same words yourself, and there is a cause. More than thirty years ago Lydia. E. Pinkham of Lynn, Mass. discovered the source of nearly all the suffering endured by her sex. "Woman's Ills," these two words are full of more misery to women than any other two words that can ,bo found in the English language. Sudden fainting, depression of spirits, reluctance to go anywhere, backaches, headaches, nervousness, sleeplessness, bearingdown sensations, displacements and irregularities are the bane of woman's existence. The same woman' who discovered the cause of all this n8y al discovered a remedy. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs holds the record for a greater number of absolute c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 February 1907

1 Anew showing. of the Spring Ginghams. Better qualities and style here. Sal. o 0 Curtain Swisses and Madras A strong line full of style Hafti u N D E R M U ,1 IN The new things in Dress Goods for the Easter Gown. ?; W)bat People Jlre Doing. Carl Schade was in Chicago and Joliet last week. We still have a few Cravanette coats left, Huether's. A, M. Moore was a yisitor at Payne's Point last Saturday. Jonn Sindlinger was down from DeKalb a day last week. Sand and Gravel for sale In any quantity. T. H. QUICK. ltf A. G. Graham hurt an eye while chopping kindling Thursday. Roy Self of Piano was a visitor at n. M. Billmire s one day last week. Lewis Wood visited his son Charles at Watertown, one day last week. ; You will want one of those fancy vests at bargain prices, Huether's sale. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Gehant and family of Dixon came Tues day to visit a few days at O. P. Canfield's. The fast mail, Monday morning blew out a cylinder head about three miles east of Ashton. No other damage...

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

Gazette. VOL. XIII. NO. 2. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, TlIUJpDAY MARCH 7, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 627. HE ASHT CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Regular Session was Held day Evening Mon- PETITION BEFORE THE ) COUNCIL TURNED DOWN Aldermen Considered Petition Mot Binding to Either Party and It was Unfavorably Treated. The city council met in regu lar session Monday evening- at the city hall and all members were present but A. E. Hutchin son who was in Omaha. The minutes were read and approved, a larjre number of bills were audited, allowed and ordered paid. A petition signed by 169 of the voters was presented to the council, the petition praying that the question of License and Nolicense be decided by a direct vote of the people instead of the present, system. Much discus sion followed and several speech s were made before the board by citizens. When the question was put to a vote, it was defeat ed 3 to 2. The meeting adjourned at an early hour. Surprise Party. A most enjoyable and pleasant surprise was tend...

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

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. BLACK LIST ILLEGAL. MINNESOTA SUPREME COURT RULES AGAINST IT. Rebnkea Railroad and Depot Companies for Combining; Against Employment of Man Joseph Letter I Foand Guilty. Blacklisting and similar method-a which for many years, it is said, have been employed by railroads in the Northwest to the detriment of former employes were rebuked by the Minnesota Supreme Court in a case against the Great Northern. Thomas S. Joyce of St Pau! sued the road. He had been employed by the Union Depot Company as a track repairer nd was injured by a Great Northern witch engine while at work. On recovering he sought re-employment from the depot company. The defendant interfered and induced the depot company to refuse him further employment unless he released the defendant from all claims for damages because of his injury. Joyce would not consent to this and was denied employment. In an opinion by Justice Brown the court Tiolds that the act o...

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

SPOONER IS OUT. "WILL KEEP OUT OP POLITICS. -Mitchell Win Fight In Convention of Illinois Coal Miner. As the result of strenuous opposition by 'National President John Mitchell and 'Thomas Burke, a member of the national 4oard of the United Mine Workers of America, the Illinois convention Springfield went on record against union participation in politics. The matter was "brought up by the report of State Presi dent J. II. Walker, which, among other things, recommended that the members of the organization hold a meeting at least once a month to discuss politics. A hot .-argument immediately ensued and the document was attacked by President Mitchell. The matter was ended by the -convention striking out each section of the State president's report which referred to politics. All the other sections -were adopted. A resolution recommend ing that the convention donate the sum of $5,000 for the defense of Moyer, Hay wood and Pettibone, imprisoned in Idaho .charged with the murder of Gov. S...

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

30C 0 IT IS YOURS, K lou Want a Share in It. Size Rug's, Carpets, Lace Curtains VI. ' . Whiteside and DeKalb counties and adjoining counties, buyers 0 From nearly eyerytown, village and township in Lee, Og tie big March Sale we've sold every customer, not a single one left have been coming during the past ten days to participate in the store without placing his order. Several cars of new diods came in this week, we are now ready for more buyers and the sale prices make it profitable for you to come fifty miles if nl iessary to get what you want. Everything delivered free fortyfive miles from Dixon. Ask to see our special big Rockers $4.95, 2.4 Ask for the Couch bargains at $8.35. Full Examine those lace curtains at 33 and 48 cen; See the new draperies. Iron beds for $1.59 Brussel room size rugs 9x12ft. $11.98, otherd Ingrain carpets 23 cents per yard and up mqp than 160 patterns 1.98 and hundreds of others. pe golden center table for $1.15. $1.25 up to 16,00. ndtm. Ip to $40.00, yar...

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

AXES Keen Kutter Axes Have Stood the Test for 40 Years. They are thoroughly warranted. j& Price with Handle $1.00 each. j& & MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, - - Illinois. I I I -ft Your Incubator Chicks Will Soon Want CHICK FOOD WE HANDLE THE PURINA In Checkerboard Sacfts Beef Mal, Grit, Oyster Shells .in lOOlb sacKs. Condition your work Horses by usin a Good 'Guaranteed Stock iWI. We handle International, IJess and Ashland Foods. Charters' Store. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. si ii -9 .iti. BASE 13 jA. Li 1-4 SUPPLIES Largest and Best Assortment Ever Shown in Ashton tit ?!? v fa atya Pwpe Jlre Doiag.l Charles Evans was in Rochelle Saturday. G. N. Miller was a visitor in Rochelle Friday. W. B. Garrett was a caller in Rochelle Tuesday. Easter Post Cards at the Gazette Book Store. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gooch were up from Dixon Tuesday. N. Schuchart was a" business caller in Dixon Tuesday. A. E. Hutchinson was a passenger to Omaha Sunday. Gus Kries attended the ho...

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

CHILDREN TORTURED. 31rl Had Running Sorea from Ecmemn Boy Tortured by Potion Oak Both Cured by Cnticura. "Lust year, after baring my little girl treated by a rery prominent phy. sk'lan for an obstinate case of ec- Zen) a, I resorted to tlie Cutlcura Remedies, and was ao well pleased with the almost Instantaneous relief afforded that we discarded the physician's prescription and relied entirely on the Cutlcura Soap, Cutlcura Ointment and Cuticura Fills. When we commenced with the Cutlcura Remedies her feet and limbs were covered with running sores. In about six weeks we had her completely well, and there has been no recurrence of the trouble. "In July of this year a little boy In our family poisoned his hands and arms with poison oak, and In twentyfour hours his hands and arms were a mass of torturing sores. We used only the Cutiaura Remedies, washing his hands and arms with the Cuticura Soap, and arointing them with the Cuticura Ointment, and then gave him the Cuticura Resolvent. In...

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

A Square Deal la assured you when you buy Dr. Plerce't family medicines for all the. Ingredients entering into thom are printed on the bottle-wrappers and their formulas are attested under oath as being complete and correct. You know J ust what you are paying fer and that the ingredients are gathered from Nature's laboratory, being selocted from the most valuable native medicinal roots found growing in our American fores fSTmcLwhlle potent to cure are uerfeirilK harmlasgTeYen to the most delicate woimSLaWTtiildTgrn Not a drop uLaJcflhol en mors inio,umr composition, A much better agoil' is ns.Jcl ootl) nrex, fH.tjiig anil nreser'mz yne menlnna urinciplcs used in theiii. viz. iirirtrlil. refined glycerine. mis agent possesses Intrinsic mcdiclnSI properties of Its own, being a most valuable antiseptic and antiferment, nutritive and soothing demulcont. , Glycerine plays an Important port In Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery in the cure of indigestion, dyspepsia and weak stomach, at...

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

NEW CLOAK AS USUAL WE AKE FIKST to show thl correct things in the New Wraps and Skirts for Spring. We don't show a single garment until the styles ai assured, then we show them in quantity. Every style we offer is new and exclusive. We wish to impress i$on our customers that in buying these garments we insist upon quality of fabric as well as style and workmanship. If vou ask. "What's the Style for Spring Things?" '1. . v.:v'TV the answer will be found at HAMLIN S. Is Jlr "B0 w 1 IM I JPv i Jo the Kochelle, Leading Dry Good I .(J - Illinois. ! it v w n Mouse in Ugle Dress Goods Tlie fabrics of fashion for spring find a strong representation in our stock. We are particularly proud of our showing1 at this particular time. We are showing- some exceptional styles in individual suit patterns that are particularly pleasing. If we can't show you our Dress Goods line in person may we not send you samples. Our suitings are priced from 47c to SI. 75 a yd. Wash Goods Sheer, dainty and beautifu...

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