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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 February 1909

t aailaiil SAVED FROM AN OPERATION .if 4 By Lydia E. Pisikfiam's Vegetable Compound Louisville. Ky. "Lvdla E. Pluk- ham's Vegetable Compound has cer tainly done me a world of good and I cannot praise it enough. I suffered from irregularities, dizziness, nervous ness, and a severe female trouble. LydiaE.Pinkham's Veffetable Com pound has restored me to perfect health and kept me from the operating table. I will never be without this medicine in the house." Mrs. Sam'l Lee, 8523 Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. Another Operation Avoided. Adrian, Ga. "I suffered untold misery from female troubles, and my doctor said an operation was my only cnance, ana I areaaea it almost as much as death. Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound completely cured wr4fHrtn4- on fttuirotiAn T.T"HTA "T Henet, B. F. D. 8. Thirty years of unparalleled sue cess confirms the power or Lydia Jfl. Finkham's Vegetable Compound to cure female diseases. The great volume of unsolicited testimony constantly pouring in proves ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 February 1909

V. .Fr 3QC czJpc n The Great Redocliop Sale At HAMLIN'S jS7 STILL CONTINUES Every Article Above 10 cents in this Imipense Stock Reduced in Price for this Sale Everything Goes! 25 Cent Goods 50 ,l " 75 " V 1.00 " " 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 Sale Price 19 Cents " 39 " .i 59 " .79 41 98 " " 11 $1.13 " " .39 " u 1.52 Sale 1( fl 125 Ladies' and Misses Tailored Suits for spring "a c- - - HAMLIN, Rochelle. NO TWO ALIKE-now oil the way for Laster. 31 Price Ladies, Misse and Children's Coats, Sale jrnce One Halt. $12.50 10.00 7.50 5.00 2.50 1.25 Get busy. 25.00 Coats 20.00 15.00 " ' 10.00 ." 5.00 2.50 11 Over 300 New styles tto select from Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums and Lace Curtains. The largest, most complete, up-to date store in Ogle, Lee or DeKalb Counties. You Know the store. a Rochelle visitor in Clifford Reed was visitor Saturday. Adam Krutr was a Dixon Thursday. O. C. Baker was a business caller in Dixon Friday. Mrs. Paul Pfetzingf was a Dixon visitor Thursday. Clayton Bowers transacted busi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 February 1909

LINCOLN' THE SPECIAL LINCOLN SERVICE FORMER ASHTON MAN ; Notable " Exercises Held At the Methodist Episcopal Church AUDITORIUM WAS PACKED i Excellent Addreit Wa Delivered ! - Rev. Wilfred Abel Special ' Music By a Union Choir. ; The one hunderdth--anniver ficiry (it , the birth of, Abraham Lincoln, the greatest citizen t a state and, a nation, was fittingly observed by the citizens of Ashton last Friday afternoon and evening. The anniversary pro gram held under the auspices of the business men; was given at two o'clock in the afternoon and the program by the public school was held in the-eveniug at the Methodist Episcopal church. The attendance was unusually large, the vast auditorium of the church , . being packed to overflowing, especially at the evening-exer cises, when many were unable to i fain admittance. Business men to the number of nearly . one hundred headed by the drunjcorp and aid soldiers marched in a body from the business section to the -church where the program was r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 February 1909

HOME OF GEORGE WASHINGTON To many young folks, and old ones, too, the name of the great patriot is a name alone, a far-away and dim Im pression, Just as if, be bad lived in the time of the Greeks and Romans, or had been an inhabitant of a country, on the other side of the world, says a . writer In the Chicago Daily News. If you are ever fortunate enough to go to the city that was named after Washington, and to visit Mount Vernon, the country seat where he passed the greater part of bis life, you will get a lively idea of Washington as a man among men. The beautiful house and grounds which are stored with so many 'relics nnd reminders of Washington, He some fourteen miles southeast of the capltol. They can be reached either by a steamer which follows the windings of the Potomac river, a trip which consumes about four hours, or by a street car line, which takes the . fcvjrrlsts to their destination in about an hour. The latter route leads through Alexandria, an ancient city of Virgini...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 February 1909

to Mtnron, handsome wln-f 1 IMJ RroflM jc..kU rmlr "LV Ui'oV fashion Book, HUIDREDS OF LATEST STYLES with Illustrated lessons on Oattlnf lid BrwBsaklnsTVsEt, andl will sell yog, ill thejaBteu nav always paid loo 15o r at th atores, mad by too peopl. and oorro6 la Y mb!lah th FARMER'S &nrvbor'til 'family Aa especially Interesting fa ture each week arthonuren'a lettera; and the Woman's Department is unuaoaiiy strong anu inetraotlve. Among the special features for woimi folks, la Its iashlona In which Iahow ha so patternee Let as help you. to save aoonar. MY SPECIAL OFFER Send m Mo nd I will nd ym tae Farmers van every weak forpria year dwill aend my big Fashion i about loot pages) and will aend my big Fashion iik to tod free. I also ao-re to aell yon any pat tern you want thereafter Tor So, I can aell them for 5 eta. because I buy them by the thousand and dontmake any profit. I don't want any profit. after In a year, wuthtu-uai, 11 .. ., . 1. , rtnnnHn nnf. If. ffllK nmflD...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 February 1909

i 'THE ASHTON GAZETTE , ',: RALPH J. DEAN. . w EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBUSHBD BVBKY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year - . - - $1.50 8iz months, - .... .75 Tour months - - .50 'Catered at the postoftce ia Ashton, "Uinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY, FEB. ltf, 1909. UNCOLN THE EMANCIPATOR Continued From Page 1. church. The openitig number was vi selection by the high school or cbestra which has just recently , been organized. The selection was very well rendered and was heartily applauded. An invoca tion was offered by Rev. Wilfred Abel. " , Two numbers from the Primary department were very nicely exe i ' cuted, the first beinif a uhorus and the Second was a Hatchet chorus with six little drummer ? ; . boys with hats and sashes of red, white and blue. The drill exer cise given by pupils of the second ' ,' primary was a very prettj one , and. received a very hearty encore. Twelve little girls dressed in red, white and blue dresses gave a ery prettj drill...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 February 1909

the Modern Chimney Sweep II , ' I JL 1 ' UVV Does youri chimney or stove pipe need cleaning? If so, we have something that will do it. A few spoonsful placed on the hot coals will instantly destroy the soot in the pipes and chimney. It saves labor, time, clothes and furniture. A 15 cent package will last a longtime. : : : : Glenn's hardware Ston. lOOO PER CENT! - The sale of Empire Cream Separators has increased 1000 per cent in the past three years. i i Do you think that means anything? ,v o.w. iCSlltON, ' ;. a . . - ' ttm nMI MS SI M W mil r- TCCWtJfist Gazettb $1.50 per year. Earl Vogef waa a-Dixon visitor Saturday. " ; Lewis Craig was a Dixon visit or Saturday. 1 William Schafer was a visitor in Dixon Saturday. ' . . 'orrest Paddock ..was a Ro chelle visitor Saturday. Adam Gonnernaaa was a Ro chelle vfaitof Saturday. Fred Klenke was a business caller in Dixon'Tnesday. G. VV. Myers of Rochelle was down Friday on business. M. M. BiUmire was a business caller in Chicago Tuesday. As...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 February 1909

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. SUMMARY OF THE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS. Sunday. President Elect Taft, on leaving Panama, said he is well satisfied with progress being made. James J. Jeffries declared he is still fcelvy-weight boxing champion and hinted ht will return to the ring. Special Lincoln services in many churches inaugurated the centennial week In Chicago in memory of the emancipator. The bill making attempted bribery of a representative of labor a crime has been received by the Chicago federation of lalior. President Roosevelt sent a message to Gov. Gillett of California in which he attacked Senator Perkins for urging antiJapanese laws. Monday. California Senate postponed consideration of anti-Japanese bills. Inventor Maxim gave a test in New York office of device to render firearms noiseless. District Attorney Jerome of New Tork was nearly overcome by gas used by a servant girl to end her life. Death claimed in one day two noted Frenchmen, Mende...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 February 1909

AFT PRAISES CANAL WORK. AROUND A BIG STATE 1 . Brief Compilation of ILLINOIS NEWS 1 DECATUR WOMAN SLAIN P Thought Mre. F. C. Carter Killed by Hubaid. Mrs. Floyd 0. Carter, formerly Mis Terne Phipps of Decatur, was found dead in her home in Sacramento, Cal. Her husband, whom she married a short time ago In Vancouver, is missing, and the police are- attempting to locate him. Mrs. Carter is believed to have been dead three days. Two bullet wounds In the body caused the police to take action, but they were unable to find Carter, who is believed to have fled from the State. The woman was in Springfield on several occasions previous to her departure for the West. CONVICT CLEARS MURDER. Mysterious Killing of Illinois Girl In 1806 at Last Explained. A. letter from convict 37,835, Ohio penitentiary, received by State's Attorney Hickman of Franklin County has cleared the mystery over the murder of Miss Anna Wilmore, who disappeared from her ome in West Frankfort, on Aug. 1, 1806, And whose bo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 February 1909

3QC 9C "I he Great Reduction Sale At HAMLIN'S jsr STILL, J Every Article Above 10 cents in this Iiri Everything Goes! 25 Cent Goods 50 Ik 75 u 1.00 " 1.25 " 1.50 1.75 " 2.(X) " Sale- Price 11 u Ik u 11 tl u It ! Ladies, Misse 19 Cents Coats, Sale 39 " 25.00 Coats Sal 'I 59 u 20.00 " 79 " 15.00 " - 98 41 10.00 14 , "; ii.i3 5.oo u 1.39 2.50 " 1.52 Over 300 New styles HAMLIN, Rochelle. fl 125 Ladies' and Misses Tailored Suits for sprini-NO TWO ALIKE--now o PONTINUES er mense Stock Reduced in Price for this Sale and Children's Price One Half. $12.50 10.00 7.50 5.00 2.50 1.25 Get busy. to select from. Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums and Lace Curtains. The largest, most complete, up-to date store in Ogle, Lee or DeKalb Counties. ;r You know the store. 'The Store That Has The Goods' n the way for Easter. Will let you know when they arrive. Miss Emma Krug was a yisitor in Rochelle Saturday. Verner Paddock was a visitor in Rochelle Saturday. Jacob Pfeiffer transacted business in Dixon Monday. E. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 February 1909

i E, The AYSfl 4 VOL. XV. NO. 1. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. FEBUARY 25.1909. 1.60 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. i ? r T William Myers and Schrader United Holy Wedlock Anna in WILL RESIDE IN BRADFORD Wedding Wm a Quiet Affair Young Couple Will be , at Home to Friend After March lt. On last Thursday afternoon Feb. 18th occurred the marriage of Miss Anna Kate Schrader to William V. Meyers at the home of the bride's parents in Bradford in nh in nnt half mile east of the Untted Evangelical church Promptly at four o'clock while the rain drops were gently falling and played their march upon the window pane, Rev. J. H. Johnson spoke the solemn words Which made them husband and wife. The wedding was a private affair only the immediate family being present. The room was neatly decorated with pink and white, a red bell forming the center. A fine wedding supper was served to whLhall did Justice, but it only relieved the table of its burden in part. The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 February 1909

V i V WEEN BABY FE2.I.. The- time our baby failed n' breaker His little arm right straight in two, He hollered so I guess ho inakcd 'Em hear him clear t' town, don't you? An' father, he ist couldn't bear T' hear him cry an' went outside An' down -behind, the bar-n- an' there My pa ist cried nn' cried an' cried. -An' Polus, he's, our hired man, iBt couldn't hiisk another shock, But set behind the milkhouse an' He most forgot t' feed the stock. An' 'Lizabeth, she lives with us Because she's orful pore, Ist couldn't stand the baby's fuss An" runned upstairs an' locked the door. The time our baby breaked his arm My ma nn' me, she's always thunk, "Was only folks around the farm At showed a weenty bit o' spunk. John D.v Wells.. Bertha ami lier elder j sister Ella wye talking it . over. Bertha,- with an open book In her lap, was rocking her self in the chair by the-window with suppressed emotion, and Ella was covering a piece of .canvas with streaks of irery highly colored wool. "I always ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 February 1909

r. We know of no other medicine which has been so' successful in relieving the suffering of women, or secured so many genuine testimonials, as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. In almost every community you will find women who . have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Almost every woman you meet has ;ieither been benefited by it, or knows some one who has. In the Pinkhain Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., are files containing over one million one hundred thousand letters from women seeking health, in which many openly state over ': their own signatures that they have regained their health by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved many women from surgical operatiohs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is made exclusively from roots and herbs, and is perfectly harmless. The reason why it is so successful is because it contains ingredients which act directly upon the female organism, restoring it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 February 1909

ro' H ) ND ii.. iz I trie po: , as seconi ' dee in Asliun. '.lass mill u-r. T'-.LCIHONE M0.9f TKl K'SIMY, FEU. :S, tHi9. Fred Walk was a business caller in Sti i Hog Yesterday. Josej li Gooch of Dixoti "was uj cm business Yesterday. Fti i.! Klenke truusactctl ess iu D ixc 11 Tutf-din. JL. T. Moore tinsactc-d Wess iti Oregon yesu rtlaj. Chatlts Baker transacted busibusi busi ess in r- ittnklin drove Monday George Garrett transacted busi ness in Franklin Grove Monday. Mrs, Meister wnt to Franklin droe Tuesday to isit relativ es. Eev. Fled 'D. JSIone of Dixou jvas in this city on business Mon day Mrs. Jacob Pieiffer went to Sterling: yesterday lor a few days B'eft Dunfoti, wife and two children were Chicago yisitors yesterday. Dorcey Buck of Franklin Grove was a business! caller in Ash ton yesterday. Miss Emma Heibenthal was lionie over Sunday from her Studies at Dixon." ... Lost A pair of steel frame spectacles. Finder ' please leave At Gazette office. Miss Cora Haines of Franklin Gro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 February 1909

i it mr o t the Modern Chimney Sweep Does your chimney or stove pipe need cleaning? If so, we have something that will do it. A few spoonsful placed on the hot coals will instantly destroy the soot in the pipes and chimney. It saves labor, time, clothes and furniture. A 15 cent package will last a longtime. : : : : Gkttn's Butdwm Store. i i ,.J Frank Hart transacted ness in Genera Friday. Philip Erich was a business caller in Chicago Fridaj. Henry Walters was a business -caller in Rochelle Saturday. juymao uootn ot uixon was a business caller in Saturday! Ashton colored souvenir post cards Gazettr Book Store. John Byington was up trotn Dixon Monday tuning pianos. LOOK. Ribbons lc a yard. The Racket. Nathan Burhenn was a busi ness caller in Dixon Thursday. Mrs. D. H. Newcomer was a business caller in DeKalb Satur day. Cns Seebach of Franklin Grove was in Ashton Monday on busi ness. W. F. Franklin noon. Edgfington went to Grove Monday after- lOOO PER CENT! The sale of Empire Cream Sep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 February 1909

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS.; SUMMARY OF THE ; MOST IMPORTANT NEWS. Sunday. Sixteen battle ships of the Atlantic fleet, were half way across the Atlantic n their return from the remarkable tour of the world, the test showing the efficiency of the fighting craft and the men. Margaret Illington nnd her husband, Daniel Frohman, separated with a view to ultimate divorce, the husband in a tatement issued in New York declaring bo scandal attaches to the parting of fhe'. two. Monday. President Roosevelt in a special message to Congress urged legislation 'in aid of dependent children. Three hundred persons were burned to death in a theater at Acapulco, Mexico; several Americans were among the victims. Attorney General Major of Missouri demanded that the Waters-Pierce Company be ousted from mo State, following the payment of the $30,000 fine imposed upon fhe concern. Tuesday. National convention for a tariff commission met in Indianapolis. 1 William Gagle, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 February 1909

LOCK TYPE APPROVED ' ' Engineers Declare There Is No Occasion for Changing the Plan of the Panama Ditch. All CRITICISMS ABE ANSWERED Cost of Waterway Placed at 360 Millions Can Be Completed in 19X5' or Earlier. Transmitting to Congress the unanimous report of the engineers who visited Panama with Taft which indorses the (iatun dam and the lock system, President Roosevelt characteristically declared In the accompanying message that any attack hereafter made upon the 'present plan for .building the Isthmian Canal must be .regarded as reality merely an attack upon the policy of building any canal at all." -President Roosevelt, in his message prefacing the report, said "that the document shows in clearest fashion that the Congress was wise in the position it took, and that It' would be an inexcusable folly to change from the proposed lock i canal to a sea-level tfanal. ,.. "As to the Gatun dam Itself," he said, "they shovv that not only, is the ,'dum, safe, but that on the whole the, pl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 February 1909

9C 30C 9C The Great ReductiJri Sale At HAMLIN'S 0 STILL CONTINUES 9 Every Article Above 10 cents in this Immense Stock Reduced in Price for this Sale DC Everything Goes ! 25 Cent Goods Sale Price 19 Cents 50 75 1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 n n w tl u 11 11 u il u u u 39 59 79 98 $1.13 1.39 1.52 Ladies, Misses and "Children's Coats, Sale Price One Half. Sale Price 25.00 Coats 15.00 " 11 10.00 u " 5.00 " " " 2.50 " " Over 300 New styles to select from. $12.50 10.00 7.50 5.00 2.50 1.25 Get busy. Carpets, Rugs, Lino- ' leums and Lace Curtains. The largest, most complete, up-to date store in Ogle, Lee or DeKalb Counties. You know thfe store. HAMLIN, Rochelle. "The Store That Has The Goods." Q 125 Ladies' and Misses Tailored Suits for spring NO TWO ALIKE--now on the way for Easter. Will let you know when they arrive. f c DC DC OC Rio" January fllnthintf Salfil 25 Per Cent Discount On all Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Fur Coats, Hats, Caps etc. etc. Sale Commences 25 Per cent Discount Jan'y 16, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 March 1909

- "-xy u . AshtIm Iii IH A VOL. XV. NO. 2. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1909. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. . REYNOLDS COUPLE WED Charles E, Becker and Miss ; Christina Koch Uniti ed In Maniage ABOUT 90 GUESTS PRESENT Will Roside -on Groom' FaAor" Farm Sis Miles South of Rochelle. At five o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Koch, in the presence of ninty guests, 'occured the wedding of their daughter Christiana A. Koch to Mr. Charles E. Becker. The mar riage ceremony was performed by Rev. William Storkman. ine wedding march was played by by the bride's sister, Miss Anna Koch. In the south-west corner of the parlor an arch J":was made of Red and white carnations The room was , very nicely de corated. The bride wore a blue Mohai r dress and carried a bouquet of n-natinna. The irroAn was dressed in a conventional black suit and wore a bouquet of car nations. The bride was accomp 'ied by the groom's sister, Miss Mary Becker and the groom was accompanied by the bride's Dro the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 March 1909

A SPIRIT. Mtae are the buds of hope Upon the. vine ; Mine is the ' morning's cope Of sapphire stain ; , ; Mine is yon grassy slope , That's berryline ; Arid mine the' warm white rain, The rainbow skein ! I am the throb that stirs The daffodil ; The sap within the firs-r-A living core ; ' Take heed, my worshipers ! ., I am the thrill Of song that runs before By crest and shore ! In every vein of earth . I pulse, I leap; I cause all beauty's birth The joy thereof ; Where once were death and dearth (The long white sleep) Through me, beneath, above, Are life and love ! 'linton Scollard in Atnslee's. pHOMOEPHl "Tom, old man, I've done It again!" The old voice was so tragic, and the spect of the figure uttering the above remark so ludicrously pathetic that Tom Wendover first stared sympathetically, and then burst into a laugh. "You don't mean to say you've proposed to another girlf The other nodded miserably. "I can't help it. Each time, I declare I will never be such an ass again, fcut n...

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