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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 December 1908

i PRESENTS, Make Ideal Presents For Xmas. They Are Useful. They Have True Quality And Beauty of Finish. Our line includes pearl handled knives, razors, shears and scissors in sets and otherwise and Keen Kutter tools. We have a sample line of Keen Kutter and Rogers 184-7 silver plated fancy spoons and meat forks to sell at. the wholesale price. We can save you money on these goods, you should see them. Lisk Seamless Enameled roasters make nice presents too. The enamel on tiiese is warranted for 10 years. . ffioraia wh pyramids Go? ;vr - H a! Em Wmder Gaz!':tk SI So i r y.ar. Oeort; . Garrett was a Dixon visitor londav. V. I' Knight win1 Dixon on buaiiu's .VIondiiv. Ali-'f 1 l);iru I.. i s ,s a railef in Koch I S;u n ;.! M is , -iarali ' 1 1 r was a Dixon itor Kt ida . John rug v.is tfochidle visi hi ida v i , i' Ft a ll.'in : HisitiL'j!-' calh'i i)ix- '' s. Fr. v:;i 1 1 IV i ji.'. Mi:.. .111,1 .1. i iii isiii"-i-aii. t-!r n"'V F. A. Richardson was a Friday caller in Dixon on business...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 December 1908

MEIT NEVER KKTOW. i mourn the lies that women tel! 33re cunning, heartless lies Gjr Judas-lips that hide so well The narrowing of her eyes. J heart is hers ; she seeks to slay itsou', is hers : she does not weigh it Ths game is called; how well she'll play it Her debt is there she does not pay it. Men mourn the lies that women tell The cunning, heartless lies. Men do not know the lies they hear The brave, heartbroken lies Her smiling lips that hide, from fear, The shadows in her eyes. A heart is hers ; for just a while A soul is hers; it bears defile The game is called; her wit on trial Ber debt is there: dear God her smile! ... Men do not know the lies they hear The brave, heartbroken lies! Smart Sot He found fault "Is he always like that?" asked Mn. Sproale, when her son-in-law had left for the city and she and her daughter were alone. "He's not feeling very well this morn ing, I think," said little Mrs. Kllpat- rlck, apologetically. "And It was the second time that his bacon was ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 December 1908

Be TJp to Date or Fall. .A physician tells uie that he goefl through hlu medical library overy year Hud throws out a lot of books which have become useless to him liccause the iuv, the up-to-date, the more progressive, are pushing out the old. We nil know that some of the scientific books published are useless a year after they appear In print. There never was a time in the history of the world when the new In every line of endeavor crowded out the old as It does to-day. If you examine your business thoroughly you will probably find old-fogy methods, obsolete Ideas and cumbersome ways of dplng things ; a lot of red tape in your methods. Remember that nothing else is Improving faster than business methods. If you are keeping books as they were kept a quarter of a century ago, if you are using the same business system, you will find that you are way behind the times. -Success Magazine Duty Free. , A. delicious ibon mot is attributed to the late Bishop Phillips Brooks. Once when he Was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 December 1908

3ersonalJtems J. R. Titus and wife were up from FIngg- Friday. Wm. Reitz and wife were Chicago visitors Monday. Ashton colored souvenir post cards Gazettk Book Stork. A. J. Butler was .a Chicago passenger on business Friday. Dr. C. M. Cheadle was a professional visitor in Dixon Saturday. A Xmas suggestion. A Keen Kutter carving set at MOORE & Glenn. Wm. Khngebiel was a Rochelle visitor Saturday afternoon day. S. J. Seymour went to Chicago Friday to 6tav until after the holidays. Call in and see us for NEW YEAR'S remembrances. C. W. Jonker. Mr. and Mrs. George Van- Ness were Rochelle callers Tuesday evening. Don't forget the "Cantata" at the Methodist church, Thursday evening at' 7:30. Mrs. M. H. Randall of Waterloo, Iowa is visiting in Ashton during the holidays. Charles Hawbaker of Franklin Grove was a business caller Thursday in Ashton. Mrs. A. B. Wicker of Franklin Grove visited Friday afternoon with Mrs. E. H. Good. De Witt Ellenwood went to Rochelle Saturday to visi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 December 1908

EI lit;. I' A.SHTON, ILLINOIS, THUKSjiA V, I)R WMBKK 31. 190 '. 1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. XIV. NO. 45. - ! ''It CLASS NUMBER SIX : HELD BANQUET At Methodist Church Parlors Tuesday Evening WAS A BRILLIANT AFFAIR Largest of Kind Erer Held in CountyMany Eloquent Talks Were Made at Cloie of Feast Probably the- largest banquet of the kind ever held in Lee County took place Tuesday even ing in the parlors of the Methodist Church when Class Number Six held their second annual banquet. This class is no doubt the larg est men's Bible class, containing men -of all ages, in Northern Illinois. A. W. Rosecrans, who last summer was elected president of the state Sunday-school assotion ' started' this class about twenty-five years ago, and has taught it ever since, with tne exception of one year " when he served in the capacity of Superintendent of the Sundav school. The class membership of over fifty men of all ages, consisting of some of the oldest citizens in the town, and from that down t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 December 1908

E THE YEAR OF GRACE 1908 Record Is of Change and Death, but Also of Peace and Prosperity. NATIONS HAVE NEW ETJLERS. Cleveland suburb Death of Senator Kedfield Proctor of Vermont 10 Attempt made on life of Kin Haa- Kon or iMorway. 1-20 B Ioods do damage alone rivers oi middle west. 12 Admiral Evans' fleet arrives at Magdaleua Bay, Lower California, 17 Death of Senator William Pinclc- ney Whyte of Maryland. ii Dca"i of Senator William J. Brv- an of Florida.' 23 200 persons drowned in collision of Japanese ships off Todoliokke, Japan. Marthnuake and fire destrov Chi- lapa, Mexico. 28 Bomb thrown in Union Snnnrp. New York, by Selig Silverstein. Many Persons Known in Statecraft, Politics, Music and. Letters Pass Away. The year 1008, like most of those pre vraims it, nus Drougut about many changes in all parts of the world. Death lias taken rulers and governments have teen changed, men and women of prominence and achievement in many lines Have passed into the silent hereafter, ire and flo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 December 1908

paper from Cora-Stalks. Uncle Rum's busy elipiulsts In Washington l::ivo tlecldtHl h&i cheap paper can be made from corn-stalks. We have long known that wrapping paper p manufactured out of old rags, that the back fence can bo turned Into perfumed and tinted stationery, and that newspapers are made of primeval forests and damaged reputations. Now they tell us that a common rural nuisance Is an asset that some day every farmer can be his own paper trust. This proposition from Washington is music to -our ear. The disappearance of our forests and the machinations of the Paper Trust have made the price of paper soar like a Wright aeroplane. At the rate we are going now paper is destined to be beyond the reach of ordinary mortals paper railroads will cost more than real ones, and paper- ' soled shoes will be a luxury which only the rich can enjoy. If something Isn't none about it, a day may come when the Sunday newspaper will be no larger than the atlas of the world, and maga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 December 1908

" .1 ' U3P Tr ASHTON tiAt ITE BAI.PH J. DEAN. DITOH Ap PUBLISHER. ISHKH liVKHV THUKSOAY. rCRMS OK St'H.SRIFVION. ir iths, - nths JF1.50 .75 Siat t.ic lis, as t .o.htin, liter TELEPHONE NO.Sfi. JITKSPAY, DEO. 31. 1908 FORTUNE FOUNDED ON PIES Welshman Rose to High Financial Position from Exceedingly Humble Beginnings. How a poor English boy who never learned to read or write until the day of his death rose from a humble pie-vender to be a successful financier and left a competency . estimated at $5,00,0,000 is shown by a study of the life of the late Solomon Andrews, who recently died at Cardiff, Wales, at the age of 73 years. As a lad he began his first business venture by hawking tarts and pies which he had baked. This humble beginning led lo other enterprises, until he finally owned tramways in many Welsh towns ; omnibus lines in Cardiff, London, Plymouth, Portsmouth and Manchester; a coach-building factory, cab-yard, ; furniture-removing establishment, restaurants. 30 coffee house...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 December 1908

I BUTCHERS. Keen Kutter Steels. Keen Kutter Butchers' Knives. Keen Kutter Meat Saws. 4-6-8 Quart Lard Presses. Enterprise Sausage Grinders. These goods will please you. WOOD CHOPPERS. The best dollar ax is the . Keen Kutter. If you need wedges, molls, one man saws, two man saws, or buck saws ' SEE OURS. ' m core & 6knn i STAR TANK HEATERS A few reasons why the Star is the best Because it will burn any kind of fuel. Because the fire is entirely under the water, Because it is more durable than any other. Because it can be run at least- expense. Price Star $16.00 . . ' - ' Iron King ,$8.00 ' '.. O. W. .GRIFFITHASHTON, S & ILLINOIS. Gazette $1.50 per year. Charle3 Seebach was a Rnchelle visitor Monday. Gus Kreis went to Rochelle on business Saturday. Claude Drummond was a caller in Rochelle Monday. O. W. Griffith went to Dison Monday on business. Henry Salzman was a business caller in Dixon Monday. Isaac Trask was up from Dixon Monday to visit friends. Mrs. E. II...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 December 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLIKOia SUMMARY OF THE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS. Sunday. The co-operation of all hospitals in New York is sought in the establishment ol clearing house for the sick. Major Orlando Jay Smith, president and founder of the American Press As sociation, died at his home at Dobbs Fer ry, N. T. The views of io. powers regarding rules for war were submitted by the delegates assembled at London to draft a new in' ternaitional code. r. A. Heinze gave-a dinner to actresses in New York and, following the finding of a $100 bill by each girl, a dance tol lowed which is said to have beaten the Salome dance to a "frazzle." J. C. Martin of Dayton, O., whose let' ter regarding Taft's religion brought out statement from President Roosevelt de claring that creed should not enter into politics, wrote again at length to the ei' cutive, saying he was misquoted and re iterating his views. Monday. A. B. Stiekney resigned as receiver of Chicago Great Western. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 December 1908

DTJBING THE HUNTING SEASON. Sib ILLINOIS STATE NEWS RECORD OF EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK CORN WOETH $121,000,000. Crop for Current Year Reported by State Board of Aarrlcnltnre. The total yield of corn In the State of Illinois this year was 213,306,024 bushels, according to figures compiled by the State board of Agriculture. Based on the ml ing price Dec. 1, which was 57c a bushel. the crop is estimated to be of a total value of $121,180,615. The board's figures show the total acreage for the year to have been 0,7SO,5OO, which is 7 per cent less than a year ago, when 7,21)5,000 acres were harvested. Reports on this fall'i sowing indicate a decrease of 15 per cent in the' acreage sowed to wheat and decrease of 20 per cent in the acreage f rye. A decrease of 15 per cent is re ported in the area seeded to wheat this fall, as compared with 1907, 1,004,893 acres being reported. This decrease in wheat area is due to dry weather which prevailed at seeding time. The area devoted to .Irish potat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 December 1908

SPersonalStetns Ashton colored souvenir post cards Gazette Book Store. Mrs. Letts, went to Rockford Thursday, to spend Chistmas with her son, Ralph Desmond. Paul Edgett of Earlville came Saturday morning- to visit his friend Garrett Abe! a few days. Miss Elsie Chapman who is teaching- school near Mt. Morris came home to spend Christmas. Emerson Chapman went to- Miiscatine. Iowa Thursday to spend Christmas with his mother, Crepe and plain tissue paper tinsel and fancy paper napkins at the Gazette Book Store. Velda, Theodore and Oscar Grover went to Dixon Saturday to visit a few days with relatives Miss Cora John went to Dur- and Thursday morning:, to visit her sister, Mrs. C. A. Bancroft. Bert Vog-eler returned from ftarrison. Iowa Tuesday after a six weeks' visit in that vicinity Lyman Paddock has (purchased the wood-woiker's department of D. M. Billmire's blacksmith shop, Mrs. Spunner of Chicago and Mrs. Lane of Lee Center visited irith Mrs. L. C. Randall Tues day. i Mr. add Mrs. G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 January 1909

VOL. XIV. NO. 46. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, TriUBSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1909. PASSENGER STRIKES TWO CAUSING INSTANT DEATH No. 13 Hits Buggy Containing J. H. Byers and M. H. Ward DROVE ONTO FOURTH STREET GROSSING BEHIND A FREIGHT OUR RECORD OF 190 A Review of the HaDDen ings as Taken From the Gazette 11.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. DEATH ENTERED MANY HOMES Many Hornet Hare Been Made and the Year at a Whole Hat Been Abundant with Prot-PritT. Mr. Ward Taken to Home in Sterling Mr. Byers Funeral Be Held Friday Morning at the Methodist Episcopal Church. What is one of the most sad accidents that has happened in this vicinity occurred Tuesday morningwhen J. H. Byers of this city and M. H. Ward of Sterling were struck and almost instantly kill ed by No. 13, a west bound pas sensrer.' Mr. Ward a stockman of Ster ling came that morning and was starting into the country with Mr. Byers to look at some stock. When they came to the railroad crossing it was blocked and they were compelled to sro to another crossing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 January 1909

THE STEPCHILD. When I wns little, papa used to tell Ixxnr stories to me every "Ingle night, And mamma, 'oause she wasn't very well, Would lie by me and hold me just as tight! But mother says I'm most half grown ' And ought to go to bed alone, And making fools of children isn't right. When I was little, papa used to be A growly dog, and then I'd be a cat, Or else he'd be a bear a-chasin' me. Until I'd run to mamma, where she sat, But papa doesn't want to play Since mamma went and went away. 'Cause mother says I'm much too big for that. When I was little, papa used to hold Me on his lap and cuddle me, and let Me cuddle him, pretendin' we was cold, And mamma neveNeeemed to mind or fret. '.'"But when I go to kiss him now, He tells me not to make a row, 'Oause mother hopes I'm not a baby yet. Once mother went away, I don't know where. And papa was alone, just him and I, And so I went and climbed up on his chair, And then got on his knee, and by and by, He cuddled me, and rocked me, too, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 January 1909

1) T.' SCALY. ltcltt! Hnd llurne.l T.rrl lily- Could Xov Maw Thumli'i Without FlttMh t'rneklitM' S lee it linii:llile tJutteurn Soon Cured ErK.'iitn. "Aii Itching. humor covered both my hands and pit up over my vrlHtn and even up to tlio elbows. The Itching nnd burnluf! were terrible. My linncls got all staly and when I scratched, the surface would be covered with blisters nnd then get raw. The eczema got so had tlint 1 could not move my thumbs without deep cracks appearing. I went to my doctor, but his medicine could only stop the Itching. At night I suffered so feurfully that I could not sleep. I could not bear to touch my hands with water. This went on for three months and I was fairly worn out. At last I got the Cutlcura Remedies and 111 a month I was cured. Walter H. Cox, 10 Somerset St., Boston, Mass., Sept. 25, 1908." Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Sole Props, of Cutlcura Remedies, Boston. Simplifying It. "Doctor, what makes people have the hiccup8?" " 'Hiccup' is the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 January 1909

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVEliY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. "ne year 6ix months, Four mouths $1.50 .75 .50 'bntered at the poitdffice in Ashton, "Uinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 1909. REVIEW OF 1908 Continued From Page 1July 2 Roads should be dragged; Warning to General Public; bought steam drill; coul smr.me plant to be located here; John Bowers expires at Eldena. July 9 George Eisenberg succumbs; small wreck west of town; Ashton wins ball game from Dixon in fourteenth inning; council levies taxes; Terry's Show made good; Mrs. Margaret Vaupel dead; Reynolds Celebrates; no race suicide here; Mr. and Mrs Charles Drummond parents of a son. July 16 J. McCan Davis candidate for Clerk of Circuit Court; A. G. Harris candidate for senator; Dennis Decoursey dies in Washington; fireman scalded; Mrs. Julia C. Smith expires; Local Capitalists incorporate Oil Company. July 23 Adam Cliffe to be candidate for legisl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 January 1909

I BUTCHERS. Keen Kutter Steels. Keen Kutter Butchers' Knives. Keen Kutter Meat Saws. 4-6-8 Quart Lard Presses. Enterprise Sausage Grinders. These goods will please you. WOOD CHOPPERS. The best dollar ax is the Keen Kutter. If you need wedges, molls, one man saws, two man saws, or buck saws SEE OURS. 1 1 I oore htm Gazette $1.50 per year. , ' Mrs Geo. B iker was a Rochelle caller Saturday. . F. A. Richardson was a Chica- go visitor Thursday. . ...!- Truman Naill was a Franklin Grove visitor Saturday. Wm. Hunt was a Rochelle caller Thursday morning-. ( Roland Moore was a Rochelle caller Thursday afternoon. . "? Mrs. Lewis Payne was a Dixon caller Saturday on business. Miss Ada Moore was a caller in'Frankhn Groye Thursday. Wm. Sebade was a passenger to Chicago Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brewer were callers in Rochelle Satur day. Harry Johnson was a passen ger to Dixon Saturday on busi ness. Miss Anna Krug went to Dixon Saturnday for a short visit with friends. Uusta ftl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 January 1909

WORLD'S GREATEST DISASTER THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. At ASHTON, ILLINOIS. SUMMARY OF THE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS. Sunday. Records of the previous week disprove the old adage that "a green Christmas makes a fat graveyard, and the record f the year shows extremely low mor tality. Confirmation of the aijjpintment of Bishop D. J. O'Connell, rector of the Catholic University at Washington, auxiliary bishon of San Francisco, has been received from Rome. Canada and Mexico have been invited by President Roosevelt to take part in a conference on the conservation of the nat ural resources of North America, to be held in the White House Feb. 18. Monday. Miss Ethel Roosevelt was Introduced to Washington society in the gayest party aince her sister's debut Andrew Carnegie sees in profit sharing and joint ownership of industries by workmen and managers the true solution of the labor problem. Mrs. Charlotte Perkins Gilman, at a meeting of the American Sociological Society, declared ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 January 1909

1 jftLr I wi i WEW MYSTERY IN ELGIN CAB 3. 9w. Chappell Not to Pay Debte ol Bon Wife Strangely 'Mliaine;. Publication by Dr. Ora A. Chappell, prominent clubman and dentist in Elgin, Q? a notice that be will no longer be re sponsible for the debts of his sou, Rollo Mann Chappell, has further complicat ed the strange case in which Mrs. Chap pell is mysteriously missing from home, This last move by Dr. Chappell came as a shock to the friends and relatives of the family because it is recalled that when the dentist left his wife last spring and she started suit for separate maintenance, young Rollo returned from the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a student, and a reconciliation followed, Relatives of Mrs. Chappell have retained J. R. Powers, former , assistant State's attorney of Kane county, to aid them in locating the woman. Mrs. H. C. Potter, . sister to Mrs. Ohappell, who lias been a leader in the search, is quoted as say ing that when she asked the dentist where the missin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 January 1909

,tMSyj' i.' " w " W " "W "Vr MV Mr -FT w r l l w " W W W " JI ' J!l i!L ' J" " JI " I! ' ' J! " 5I " w " Air Air -yr tw rATr ATA t Air " W W H W " W " w w " ll " w 'o.'a Winter Clothing tion I ! Sit eauc BEGINNING ATURDAY, JAN. h 4 Leather Coats, Corduroy. Reversable Coat, former price, 6.25 Now Cordurov coats, sheep skin lined, formerly 5.75, to 6.50 r J u.rv. uucxbo once u on.xj.x nuw Overcoats. r Lined Wombat Collar former price 5.00 Now Corduroy coats, former price J&ik Duck 5 Duck coats former price 1.75 X Duck coats " " 2.25 Big reduction on boys duck coats. 3.00 2.50 Now 5.50 5.50 4.50 2.0 2,00 2.0b 1.50 1.75 Chester Overcoats, former price Gibson Overcoat former price ' It M 5 Automobiles " " Black and Gray Cravanettes reduced in accordance to the above. 23.00 18.50 16.50 15.00 12.50 Now Now 4 Sweater Coats. All wool coats former price 5.00 Now " " " 4.00 Now " 3.50 " " " " " 2.50 Part wool coats former price 1.50 Now 4.25 3.50 3.00 2.00 1.25 Caps. Former price 1...

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