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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 December 1907

KB) II HE A5H1WI IlfflBy I HOLIDAY NUMBER W 1 I W Vol. XIII. No. 42. DECEMBER 12, 1907. 20 Ptgo. Price 5 CenU. If I jest . W Pi , i COM F NO O.pyrlalil. 1W. r Wr!'-t A I'at . r-r.n

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 December 1907

n Hurrah for Santa Glaus at 9 RO -3 -3 R : ft ! ft I I ? 5i Candies Galore, Fresh New Nuts, Fine Box Candies for Sweethearts and Dears The Best Selection of Pipes West of Chicago, from $0.01 up to Suit Your Pockethook, Buy a Nice Box of Cigars for Your Brother, Father or Friend. T H Do Not Forg'et that we are selling' Talking' Machines E VICTOR as wel1 as THE EDISON New Records every two weeks. Our Fruit is Second to None. Our Oysters are Unsurpassed Our Bakery Goods Stand Back of None. Our Flour is Best of All, It is Always All Right. Leave your orders for Xmas Trees. With best wishes for a merry Xmas and many thanks to all patrons. X A. ROE S ER Beg'inirag' Dec. 15 We Will MaRe the Following TUT 11 H TT o jniojiioay Jroces ON CIGARS Box of 50 Cigars Little Tom $1.68 Key West Sublime 1.60 " " Maquoketa 1.65 SpanaCuba 1.65 Owl 1.70 Henry George 1.68 Anna Held " " Francis Lewis-Panetela 1.75 " " Upmans Baby Bouquet 1.60 " " Governor Hoffman 1.50 " " Moos Special selection 1.45 Coon S...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 December 1907

mmmmmmmmmammmmmmammmmmmmmmmammmmmammm fill ! ll ! I Mil Practical Gifts For Christmas You may. think it a litte early to make your selection for that Xmas gift, but it isn't, besides, you have no picked over stock to select rrom and if you make the selection now you will be sure that it is delivered when you want it. Fancy Reed Chairs for any home, no matter how it is furnished. Number 9272, price S5. 1 y IE3S r wBrr Large, nice, roomy Morris Chairs, in plain and figured Yelour. lirniovahle cushions, Chair No. 301 pi iac 4.50. We handle the Edison and Victor Talking Machines and Records which we sell mi the name easy terms. Biggest line in the city. All late hits from operas such as Red Mill, Girl Question, Girl Rangers, etc sold at 20 cents per copy. Come in and hear them played. 11 M J'.l (I" ! l."WliiHi ifiiJi;.:- I, if Jtnmnniv ' I If rj 0;ir Music Department is now at it's best. We have to show you in the piano line those world famous Schumann piano's. Also sell them on the eas...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 December 1907

LIKE A CYCLONE The Biggest Sale of Xmas Goods that Ever Struck This Neck of the Woods. The Grandest Display o FURNITURE, RUGS & KINDRED GOODS Ever Shown in This Section of the State. Little Jack Horner sat in ;i corner Heading Kcye's Christmas Ad. lie stuck up his thumb, And said "That's the Plumb," Oh! What a fine chair for Dad. The Handsomest Overstuffed Leather 53 Hooker you ever saw goes in Xmas Sale at 142.75 The person who gets this for Xmas will cherish in memory for a lifetime he who gave it. 400 other Rockers. 120 go at 15.85. 5 rockers for 3.88. Morris chairs for the boys and the "older boys." Why not give Xmas presents that please and remain substantial tokens of your regard? China Cabinets, Buffets, Music Cabinets, Toilet Tables, Princes .Dressers, Ladies' Desks, Morris Chairs, Reception Chairs, Fancy KocKers, Jardiniere Stands and Pedestals, are all splendid selections for married ladies or maidens. Full stock of the famous Gunn Sectional Book Cases and desk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 December 1907

;-V, , Fhe ashto! Gazette. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THUBBDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1907. S1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. XIII. NO. 43. THREE TRAINMEN Disastrous Rear End Collision on Northwestern West of Dixon Monday ELEVEN CARS DEMOLISHED Conductor Morrii, Brakeman Rogan and Fireman Nelson are in Dixon Hospital Suffering from Injuries. bound passenger No. 3 was tied up in the Dixon yards. East bound trains No. 16, 18 and 4 were tied up at Sterling. No. 15 the west bound paper train was sent around oyer the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul by way of Freeport and Savanna to Fulton and as a result the early morning mail including the morningpapers did not arrive in Ashton until noon, coming from Fulton on No. 20, which arrive here half an hour late. DIES FROM PARALYTIC STROKE The same train crew who lost their brakeman, Roy Spiller, here two weeks ago by being run over by a passenger train, met with a disastrous wreck three miles west of Dixon about 1:50 o'clock Monday morning. THey were in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 December 1907

I I VTBXTE THEM A LETTER TO-NIGHT Do&'t go to the theater, con-ert ot ball, But stay in your room to-night. Deny yourself to the friends Hint rail, And a Rood, Ions; letter write. Write to the sad old folks at huno, Who sit. when the day is done. With folded hands and downcast cyis Ami think of the aliseut one. Don't sellishly scribble, "Kruse my baste. I have scarcely time to write," Lest their drooping thoughts go wanderin? hack To many a bygone night When they lest I heir uce.l.vl sleep and rest, And every breath was a prayer That Cod would leave their biding babe To their tender love and cave. Don't let (hem feel that yon have no more heed Of their love or their counsel wise: For the heart crows strangely sensitive When age has dimmed the eyes. It might be well to make them feel That you never forget them quite That you deem it a pleasure, when far away. A good letter home to write. Don't think that the young and giddy friends Who make your pastime gay Have half the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 December 1907

' SLACK, ITCHING SPOTS ON FACE. Pfcyalclnn Cnlled It Evxenia In Wont Form Pallvnt Drnpnlrcil of Care C'ntU-ui'R Itcmolica Cured Her. "About four years afjo I was afflicted with black Kplotclics all over my face and a few covering my body, which produced a severe Itching Irritation, and which caused lue a great deal of suffering, to such an extent that I was forced to call In two of the leading physicians of . After a thorough examination of the dreaded complaint they announced It to be skin eczema in the worst form. Theif treatment did me no good. Finally I became despondent and decided to discontinue their services. My husband purchased a single set of the Cuticura Remedies, which entirely stopped the breaking out. I continued the use of the Cuticura Remedies for six months, and after that every splotch was entirely gone. I have not felt a symptom of the eczema since, which was three years ago. Sirs. Lizzie E. Sledge, 540 Jones Ave., Selma, Ala., Oct. 28, 1900." A Fixh Story. The l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 December 1907

CHRISTMAS CANTATA Given By The Choir Of The Methodist Episcopal Church, Sunday, December 22, 1907, at 7:00 P. M. No. 1. No. 2. No. 3. No. 4. No. 5. No. 6. No. 7. No. 1. No. 2. No. 3. No. 4. No. 5. No. 6. No. 7. PART ONE. The Day's Dawn. Introduction MlSS NELUH ZelLKR. "Harken Unto Me" Fum, Chorus "Then Shall The Redeemed" Mixed Quartet. "Oh Come, Emmanuel" Bass Solo and Chorus. "The People That Walked In Darkness" Chorus. "O Light of Life" Contralto Solo Miss Edna Brayton. "Arise, Shine, For Thy Light Is Come" Chorus. Congregational Singing Audience Standing Words No. 116, Tune No. 259. Silver Offering. PART TWO The Glorious 'Day. "Angel Serenade" Double Quautet. "It Ca mc Upon The Midnight Clear" .Solo Mrs. Jennie Tuck. "Glory To God" Chorus. Congregational Singing (standing) No. 107. "Now When Jesus Was Born" Tenor Solo and Male Quartet. "Who Are These" Male Quartet. "O Star Divine" Soprano Solo Miss Lena Bode. "Eejoice Greatly Chorus. Benediction. Christmas Displ of i PIANOS! ' r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 December 1907

Us 0 Christmas Presents ites and Sleds' make nice ! 'sents for Boys and Girls. ! have a full line of strap 1 clamp skates at regular i ces. We have anexceptioniy low price on sleds this ;ir. They are first class "ds too, steel runner and well iced. Prices 50 and 65 cents. vo Lamps are very popular nh the grown folks. They i undoubtedly the best nick'iimps made. Price $1.75. Moore & Glenn ASHTON, ILLINOIS. J fcala anil fWHmmla ff Phor&e An Order Your Wii -r (Supply of 4 The Gazette $1.50 per year Christmas bell's at HuEThEk's. A nice assortment of Cut Glass at Jonker's. Will Hart transacted business in Rochelle Tuesday. Mrs. Tempa Tilton was a Rochelle visitor Monday. Fred Wood was a business caller in Chicago Tuesday. The Sophomores had their pictures taken again last week. ' Silver mugs for the little folks SO cents to $2.00 at Jonker's. House and three lots for sale. 37t22 James Leidy. Xmas Candy 10c lb and up. The Racket. Mrs. Boyer was up from Nachusa his...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 December 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HTON, ILLINOI& CAST CONCERN ABSORBS A RIVAL. American Company Now Absolutely . Dominant on Pacific Coast. Papers were sigued iu San Francisco the other day by which, it is said, the American Can Company, the wealthy astern concern, absorbed the United States Can Company of San Francisco, Its largest rival on the Pacific coast. The consideration exceeded $1,000,000, but the parties to the transaction refused to divulge the exact terms. P.y this purchase the American Can Company becomes absolutely dominant on the Pacific coast. The United States Can Company has a large plant and has enjoyed a large part of the California, Oregon, Washington and Alaska trade. The American Can Company made a futile attempt to get this trade for itself, but it was finally forced to buy out its rival. SOBBED IN JESSE JAMES STYLE. Three Men Take $3,000 from Bank in Aldrich, Mo. The Bank of Aldrich, Mo., was robbed of $3,000 in Jesse James style Thu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 December 1907

Illinois State Hews Record of Events of the WORK OF CONGRESS Past Week. LEGISLATURE SALARY LAW. 'Deaecn SIkiin Act I iierinsliiK Pay of HcjircxtMittttivcs am! Senator. Gov. Henpon has signed the Legislature s-aulary increase bill. The new law will increase (ho salaries of Representatives and .Senators .f l.i:i,()()0 for each biennial session. P;r diem liay for special sessions, however, ai-i! eliminated from the low. Under the old law a member ; the House received $1.(100 salary for the full term of two years. A member of the Senate receives $L',!M!lt. but is eleeted for four years, which makes his salary SU.O'.ll) for each biennial session. Under the old law, also, aiecial sessions bring (lie members of both bouses additional pay of !?" per diem. Hut recess sessions do not. The new law makes the salary of members of both houses ifl.OIK) a year. It will oe a Hot annual salary instead of pay for attending tho regular biennial sessions of the Legislature. Representatives will receive ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 December 1907

c - .A. . PHENOMI fcNAL SALE Ladies Misse '$ (& Children's COATS, SR irts & FURS THE MOST COMPLETE STOCJ K IN LEE OGLE OR DEKALB GO'S. oil V m vui QRcaaeo woriew Rug's, Carpets, Li and Lai Your railroad fare paid both ways with a $ Come, telephone or write: we will save yo PHONE 98 G. W. noleums, Draperies, :e Curtains. I HAMLIN $ersonal3tems J. H. Byers was a Dixon visitor 'Saturday. Casper Krusj was a Kochelle srisitor Saturday. H?ony Reitz was a Rochelle t-wisitor Saturday. Adam Krug was home from " jBochelle Sunday. -Mrs. Geo. D. Baker was a Dixn visitor on Monday. Theodore McCade transacted 5?iusiness in Dixon Monday. Cris Gross from Franklin vkQrove transacted business in Ashton Saturday. Miss Marie Harris of Lee was an Ashton visitor last week. Claude Drummond was a Rochelle visitor Sunday evening. Henry Danekas went to Minonk Saturday to visit relatives. S. T. Zeller transacted business in Sterling- several days last week. John M. Crook, wife and Miss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 December 1907

The asht ZETTE. VOL. XIII. NO. 44. ASHTON. ILLINOIS. THI ESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1907. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. , , CjrA a w I a v FROM THEJEW STATE Rev. J. R. Hamilton Writes Interesting Letter from New Home LORD LIQUOR CHASED OUT Tellf of the Rejoicing Over the Admission Panic is Slightly Felt. Oklahoma City, Dec. 17 In accordance with tocit promises to the effect that on reaching our destination I would furnish a brief sketch for the Gazette of how things are with us since leaving home and native land, I subjoin a paragraph or two, which might have been given loner aero, save for the fact that strangely I have been thoroughly pre-occupied with things at hand and as everyone knows the immanent always have the power to forc attention. Oklahoma, these days, is the subject of conflicting emotions rejoicing almost hysterically from the fact of newly acquired and long delayed statehood, and even this degree of satisfaction accentuated by the circumstance that in passing through the gatew...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 December 1907

LITTLE-OH-DEAB. 8m, what a wonderful garden is here, Planted and trimmed for my Little-Oh-Dear ! Posies so gaudy and grass of such brown Search ye the country and hunt ye the town And never ye'll meet with a garden so queer As this one I've made for my Little-On-Dear ! Marigolds white and buttercups blue, Lilies all dabbled with honey and dew. The cactus that trails over trellis ami wall, Roses ami pnnsies and violets nil Make proper obeisance and reverent cheer When into her garden steps Little-Oh-Dear. And ii) at the top of that lavender tree A silver bird singeth as only can she ; For, ever and only, she singetli the song "I love you I love you !" the happy day long ; . Then the echo the echo that smiteth me here ! , "I love you, I love you," my Llttle-Oa-Dear! , The garden may wither, the silver bird flyBut what careth my little precious, or 17 From her pathway of flowers that in springtide upstart She wnlketh the tenderer way in my heart And, oh, it is always the summer time he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 December 1907

M V.rJ mm THOUGHT CHILD WOULD DIB. Whole Body Covered with Cuban Itch Cntlcurn Remedies Cured at Cot of Seventy-Five Cent. "My little boy, when only an Infant t of three months, caught the Cuban Itch. Sores broke out from his head to the bottom of his feet. He would itch and claw himself and cry all the time. He could not sleep day or night, and a light dress Is all be could wear. I called one of our best doctors to treat him, but be seemed to get worse. He suffered so terribly that my husband said be believed be would have to die. I had almost given up hope when'a lady friend told me to try the Cuticura Remedies. I usod the Cutl cura Soap and applied the Cuticura Ointment and he at once fell Into a sleep, and he slept with ease for the first time since two mouths! . After three applications the sores began to dry up, and in just two weeks from the day I commenced to use the Cuticura Remedies my baby was entirely well. The treatment only cost me 75c, and I would have gladly paid $10...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 December 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED KVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year -Six months, -Four months - $1.50 .7. .50 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY, DEC. 26, 1907. Bee's Laxative Cough Syrup for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough grows in favor daily with young and old. Mothers should keep it on hand for children. It is prompt relief to croup. It is gently laxative driving the poison and phlegm from Jhe system. It is a simple remedy .that gives immediate relief guaranted. Sold by Smith's Pharmacy New York's ' Oldest Street. Crooked, narrow, busy Nassau street Is the oldest thoroughfare in New Tork city to preserve its original form. It has always been a commercial mart "I trust this may be read by many offerers of kidney and bladder trouble" writes Mrs. Joe King of Woodland, Texas. '1 have suffered four years and could find nothing to give Ten temporary relief. Our druggest...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 December 1907

0 Christmas Presents f Skates and Sleds make nice presents for Boys and Girls. We have a full line of strap and clamp skates -at regular prices. We have an exceptionally low price on sleds this year. They are first class goods too, steel runner and well braced. Prices 50 and 65 cents. Rayq Lamps are very popular with the grown folks. They are undoubtedly the best nickle lamps made. Price $1.75. Moore fit Glenn ASHTON, ILLINOIS. Serais attfc Iferaonals Anti-Pessimist Full Train of Litchfield Manure Spreader. 27 Cars Worth $20,000 Trom Litchfield Mfg. to ItlinmapoVts These machines are to supply the winter and early spring local shipments out of Minneapolis. It will require from two to three train loads more of these spreaders to take care of direct business from the factory to the Minneapolis territory during the spring. i The Gazettb $1.50 per yearHouse and three lots for. sale. 37t22 James Leidy. Harry Bowers is at home and is quite sick. Wesley Beach was a Rochelle visitor Friday....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 December 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HT0N, ILLINOIS. KAN WITH SEWED HEART LIVES Bests Pneumonia, Slit in Pericardium and Sawing of Three Bibs. After surviving an operation in which four stitches wore taken in his heart, William Johnson developed plouro-pneu-coiiia at Iioosevelt hospital in New York, and is now again convalescing. Johnson was taken to the hospital suffering from an injury which was at once diagnosed as a stab wound of the heart. An incision was mndo in his side, three of Lis ribs were cut through, forming a trap door, with the cartilage attaching the ribs to the bretstbone acting as a hinge. The trap was lowered and it was found that the diagnosis was correct aud that there was a half-inch slit in the pericardium. This was carefully sewed and the trap door was replaced. The next morning Johnson complained of pains in the lungs and pneumonia rapidly developed, 'ihe doctors, pro-id of the operation on the heart, : fouvo. for the man's life and, although at on...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 December 1907

THE FAMOUS DHTJC E-PORTLAND CASE. Illinois Stole Jfotos NEARLY PICKED TO DEATH. Crown Hold Prisoner Under Vines fur Hours. I'ntil Nil, nn Illinois Central fireman, running through liloomington, reports remarkably, experience while hunting in "SU-nliwT County. Noticing several crews fir a tree, he used a deviee known ah a "crow call," hoping to he able to kill a dozen of I ho liirds. The vicinity pi overt to lie a veritable "crews' roost," :nml the call appealed to the birds as a war cry. They complied by the thousands, and nl hough the young man killed many of the black birds, they surrounded him in swarnis. picking nt his body and covering him with countless wounds. lie ran for his life and secured shelter under a thick growth of grapevines, which partially (.hollered him from the vicious winged assailants. Finding their prey bidden, the crows flew back to their roost, but !kept n watchful eye, and when Xiles started to leave his retreat the birds again made after him, compelling h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 December 1907

1 Ml PHENOMI tNAL SALE Ladies Missel 's 3D. Children's COATS, SK RTS & FURS THE MOST COMPLETE STOCfc IN LEE OGLE OR DEKALB GO'S. X 2; rjdi mi: Rug's, Carpets, Li and Lache Curtains. Your railroad fare paid both ways with a $ iff : 1 ft Come, telephone or write; we will save yd u money. Agency of the Wooltex Garments, k PHONE 98 G. W. i 3 Philip Erich was a Dixon dor Monday. visi- Carl Klingebiel was a Dixon visitor Monday. W. F. Edging-ton was a visitor sut Dixon Monday. Harry Johnson is home from lus school studies. J. B. Farver and family spent 0ristmas in Nachusa. Fred and Euclid Beach spent Christmas in Rochelle. John H. Griese and wife were rjtocnene visitors 1 uesaay. - rpi Albert Tadd and wife were DeKalb visitors over Sunday. Benj. Yenerich and Miss Johnson were Dixon visitors Monday. Fred A. Richardson was a business caller in Dixon Saturday. Will Schuster left Tuesday for Sibly to make his home with his parents. Miss Pearl Starks of Lee Center was an Ashton vis...

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