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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 October 1905

I What People Jlre Doing. i Caspar Krug1 went to Dixon Saturday. Fred Wood was out from Chicago Sunday. Souvenir Postal Cards at the Gazette Book store. Harry Quick was home from Dixon over Sunday. John Walters Jr. of Rochelle was in town Monday. S. D. Lippert has moved his tailor shop to Oregon. J. A. Roesler was a business caller in Dixon Monday. Otto Schuster went to Dixon Friday evening' for a visit. N. Schuchar is away on a three weeks trip in Canada. M. H. Randall and family went to Chicago Friday morning. Chas. Clark was a business caller in Rochelle Thursday. Attorney John Devine of Dixon was here on business Friday. Clyde Goodman of Dixon visited over Sunday with relatives hete. Read Chas. Lake's Grand Fall Opening' Shoe aduertise'ment on page four. Miss Myrtle Chapman visited with friends in Oregon the latter of last week. Miss Floy Sweet of Thompson, Illinois is here, visiting- her sister Mrs. Lyman Booth. John Sindlinger returned home Saturday morning after an extended v...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 October 1905

EUTHANASIA. vlth the faces the dourest in sight. With a kiss on the lips I love best, 9o whisper a tender "Good night," And liass 'to' my pillow of rest To kneel, all my service complete, All duties accomplished, and then To finifih my orisons sweet. With a trustful and joyous "Amen." And softly, when slumber was deep, Unwarned by a shadow before, On a halcyon pillow of sleep, To float to the Thitherward ehora. Without a farewell or a tear, A sob or a flutter or breath; 1 ' Unharmed by the phantom of fear, To glide" through the dnrkness of death. Just so would I choose to depart. Just so let the summons be given; A quiver, a pause of the htart, A vision of angels then Heaven! Margaret J. Preston, A China Heart t . t j ; ..H-rHl"r t -M-H-H- , OME AWAY! Come away, Nata lie!" pleaded Hester, balancing herself on her tiny, pointed fceels, and fluttering her azure draperies like a wind-blown blue-jay. "I tear the stage horn. You don't want a China heart. You would break It aa you do the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 October 1905

Mothers Are Helped THEIR HLALTH RESTORED Happiness of Thousands of Homes Dot to Lydla E. Pkikham's Vegetable Compound and Mrs. Pinkham's Advice. A devoted mother seems to listen to every call of duty excepting the supremo one that tells her to guard her health, and before she realizes it some derangement of the female organs has manifested itself, and nervousness and irritability take the place of happi ness ana amiaDUity. i ' ' - ' jlrftaattftnai. id. i. Tired, nervous and irritable, tlse mother is unfit to care for her children, and her condition ruins the child's disposition and reacta upon herself. The mother should not be blamed, as she no doubt is suffering1 with back' ache, headache, bearing-down pains or displacement, making life a burden. Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com' pound is the unfailing cure for this condition. It strengthens the female organs and permanently cures all displacements and irregularities. Such testimony as the following Bnouia convince women 01 its val...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 October 1905

1 www. Dixon, Illinois. Ml f w$$t& This store Has the well earned dis tinction for authorative styles and fashions. Each season a complete new line of clothes are sliown. Less old goods are carried over here than at other stQres. Our output is larger and we regulate buying according to the sales. The 3tock we show this season is new and fresh from fresh from the foremost manufactures of clothing in the world. The styles are exclusive, in fact so exclusive this store enjoys the patronage of a great number of young men that come from cities where there are many clothing store. We take just pride in sending our suits out right. To the slightest delails we give close attention. In fact no tailor could give you better fit or nearly the style you get in these clothes. Men's Suits $8.00 to $25. OO Men's Overcoats $6.50 to $35.00. A Ladies' Favorite ? A drew in g room convenience always appeals to a lady. The chiffoniers and dressers are ornamental and. convenient'. They are of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 October 1905

Fhe ashton Gazette. VOL. XI. NO. 33. ASHTON.ILLINOIS, THUES1DAY, OQTOBER 12, 1905 WHOLE NUMBER 554. REV. HAMILTON WILL REMAIN Was Reappointed for the Third Year as Pastor of Ashton M. E. Church. REV. A. T. HORN REELECTED PRESIDING ELDER OF DISTRICT Conference Firmly Declines to Take Sides In the Printers Strike Involving the Methodist Book Concern's Printing Offices (Special Telegram) Freeport, Oct. 11, 5:10 P. M. The sixty-sixth annual conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church here in session, late this afternoon, appointed Rev. J. R. Hamilton to return to Ashton and take up his third year as pastor of the Ashton and Franklin Grove Methodist Churches. Rev. A. T. Horn of Evanston will again be the presiding- elder of the Dixon District Rock River Conference. The conference shut off the debate on the report on capital and labor, and amid intense excitement that followed three hours of discussion adopted the committee report, declining p take sides in the strike involving the Metho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 October 1905

THE ASHTOIM GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOia MEETS KEAL 11AFELES LADY FINDS GENTLEMANLY BURGLAR IN DINING ROOM. Finding Himself Discovered He Returns Stolen Articles and Bows Himself from Boom Jturglurs Successfully Crack Post office in Buckley, 111. It was really so like a fictiou story that Mrs. Florence Kroneinnu forgot to faint as she came upon a burglar, clad in full evening dress, in her dining room in Philadelphia, at 3 o'clock in the morning. "What " begun Mrs. Kroneman. Before she could finish the question the burglar turned, bowed with the grace of a dancing master, nnd said: "Ah, I see; you hare caught me. Very well, I regret having frightened you. Although I am a burglar, madam, I trust that 1 Ht ill retain some vestiges of gentlemanliness. To prove it, 1 give you back this (waving his hand toward a large pile of solid silver which was gathered together in a heap on the table) and these." So saying, the man produced a handful of rings, brooches, pins a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 October 1905

luno WILL SUE STATE FOR PAY. Superintendent's Salary Withheld for Obeying School Charter. It is not unlikely that the action of the State authorities at Springfield in holding up the salary of County Superintendent of Schools William P. Mafity of Tazewell county, because of an alleged discrepancy in his report, will result in ii lawsuit which will be of interest to a number of cities in Illinois having spethl school charters. The pay f the Taiunvoll county superintendent is wilhhei.l for the reason that, in the view cf the State superintendent, bis report is incomplete. The county superintendent denies this, but State Auditor iMcCullough is acting under the instructions of the State superintendent and until the latter says so he will not issue the necessary warrant. A suit in mandamus to compel him to act will be necessary to determine the question nt issue. If the position taken by the State superintendent be correct, a number of county superintendents in the State will find tiieir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 October 1905

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. 66. THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1905. A Judlclaua Inquiry. A we'll known traveling man who visits the drug trade says he has often heardjdruggists inquire of customers who asked for a rniio-h medicine, whether it was a wanted for a child or for an adult and if for a child they almost invariably recommend Chamber lain's cough Remedy. The reason for this is that they know there is no danger from it and Vi-.it it :ilw;ivi cures. 1 here is not the least danger in giving it, and for coughs, colds and croup it is unsurpassed. For sale by Geo. R. Charters. Corn picking has commenced in earnest. A large number have started and more will start this week. Plam to Oat Rich. ar of te ned frustrated by sudden breakdown, due to dyspepsia or constipation. Brace up and ta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 October 1905

I What People Jtre Doing, j A good second hand organ at II. Stephan. Henry Gross was a Dixon visitor Monday. M. M. Billmire has had his shop painted. Joseph Gooch of Dixon was here Tuesday. Lady's Horse, for sale see Henry Stephan. Miss Louise Khebe was a caller in Dixon Friday. Souvenir Postal Cards at the Gazette Book store. Jacob Wagner was a business caller in Dixon Friday. H. E. Chad wick and wife went to Dixon Friday morning. Miss Ida E. Billmire was a caller in Rochelle Monday. Dr. S. C. Gould was a caller in Rochelle Saturday morning. Miss Atta Batchelor is clerking in Hamel's Dry Goods Store. Joseph Graff of Franklin Grove was here on business Saturday. Wm. Light was a business caller in Rochelle Saturday morning. Supervisors Wagner and Tostle j went to Dixon Saturday morning. Miss Pearl Starks returned from near Lee Ceuter Thursday. A. W. Rosecrans and Lyman Booth went to Dixon Monday. Thad Smith went to Dixon Monday evening, and joined the Elk's Lodge. Mrs. G. D. Cook of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 October 1905

IF ALL MY SHIPS PAWHi HOME.' If all tin ships I bare at sea Should come n-sailing home to me, Oh! well, the harbor would not hold o ninny ships as there would be, ! nil my ships came home to me. If half my shops came back from sea And brought their precious freight to me, 'Ah', well, I should have wealth as great Am any king that sits In state, Bo rich the treasure there would be. If half my ships now out at sea, could come a-sailing home to me, Vhl well, the storm clouds then might frown, 'or if the others all went down, til) i :-h and proud and glad I'd be th.u one ship came home to me. JBut if that ship went down at sea isjtd all the others came to me, Weighed down with gems and wealth untold, , With hoDor, riches, glory, gold, JThe poorest soul on earth I'd be, - If that one ship came not to me. '. skies be calm. O winds blow free. Jlow all my ships safe home to me. iut. if thou sendest some awrack !To never more come sniling back, Bend any, all, that sail the sea, iBut send my ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 October 1905

To Wash Black Htncktnff". To prevent hlnck stockings from nst tuning a greenish htip, wash ns follows: )issolve a liberal amount of Ivory Soap a a gallon of water as hot as the hands an bear. Wash through several suds of this preparation: rinse through two warm waters, adding.to the last a tanlespoonful of vinegar. Dry and press on the wrong ide with a cool iron. ELEAXOR It. PARKER. His SeltlshncBS. "If you don't stop nagging me, Emily, I shall shoot myself this very minute." "Yes, that's just like yon. when you know how nervous I am when I hear a shot." Meggeudorfcr Blaetter. n r irvni.tj HemcdT Is excel. t foruoimr, iro..... -r-. i-x-B. Pepron', Albany. H. V. World Famous. (1. More horses fall from weariness than from any other cause. Mrs. WlnsloWS SooTHtws Brimf for Chlldrea teething! .often, the gums, reduces inunrumaMoa,e leys paLa, cotm wind eollo. 2j hdu a bottle. St. Jacobs Oil for many, many years has cured and continues to curs RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA LUMBAGO BACKACHE SCIATIC...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 October 1905

Dixon, Illinois. "You have often heard Men say that all Clothes are aliKe. ZHfy!i& Jab 4 M 7 all men thought all clothes are alike there would be no incentive for this store to obtain the best procurable; and this store would not be given the preference of men that know the art of dressing well at the least outlay. So different are the clothes we sell that three-fourths of the trade that buy at this store were formerly patrons of the custom tailor. If you are not a patron of this store we believe vou will be. A trial of these clothes will convince vou that there is more to what we say than talk. Suits of tie imflwfi fall .lout $8.00 to $25.00 Overcoats" " 11 " " $6.50 to $35.00 4f 10 A Ladies' Favorite A dressing room convenience always appeals to- a lady. The chiffoniers and dressers are ornamental and convenient. They are of oak and mahogany and have roomy compartments and reliable mirrors. , Great Comfort and Pleasure in the large easy chairs we are selling at close p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 October 1905

1 V M ASHTON.ILLINOIS, THUE VOL. XL NO. 34. SDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 555. Ehe Ashton Gazette. POLITICAL POT IS BOILING NOW A. G. Harris Has Announced His Candidacy for County Judge and His Petlton Is Being Largely Signed by Friends MANY ARE SIGNING HUGHES' PETITION McGowan's Petition Is Also In Circulation for Sheriff nd from Now Until Next April the Came will be Fast and Furious. The political pot is at the boiling' point in Dixon, and if it is not carefully watched it is going to boil over. Though the primaries are not to be held until next April, candidates for both state and county offices are in the field and nearly every man on the street, who isnot other-wise employed, has a petition. The republican situation was badly mixed Saturday when A. G. Harris announced his candidacy for county judge. R. H. Scott, the present incumbent of the office, is a candidate for reelection and both petitions are being cirbulated. The petition of A. G. Harris is being liberally signe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 October 1905

TP" THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. GIRL WE INS AN 1JS1MAN GRACE WETHERBEE BECOMES VERITABLE SQUAW. Loses Some Society Graces, but Seems Content with Arapahoe Husband and Brown Baby Minister Will Make Preaching Tour of World. JAP DEATH. ROLu. Miss Oraee Wetherbce of New York, 'laughter of one of the proprietors of the Manhattan hotel in New York, a lieautiful and gifted girl, who hail nil lhe advantages of e. Miration and society that money brings, is now living on the Shoshone Indian reservation the wife of a full-lilooded Indian. She dresses as a squaw, carries a papoose on her back, is cureless in her manners and indifferent to the conventions which govern white society. Hut she is regarded as a saint by the Indians and has richly earned the title. The romance of Grace Wetherbce and Sherman Coolidge is one f the prettiest the West has produced. Six years ago .Miss Wetherbee came to Fort Washakie, eighteen miles east of Lander. Wyo.. to visit lhe fa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 October 1905

LAST OF GRAND DETOUR. Old Town Settled In 1833 Wiped from Government Map. The picturesque village of Grand De'tour disappears fro, .the government jnap when the postofflee is discontinued. After- that the people are to be served with rural free delivery from the Dixon ipoHtofllce. Urand Detour is one of the oldest towns lu central Illinois, the first settlement being mude there in 1835. Grand Detour at one time was one of the most prominent towus of the district, Its excellent ua,t;er facilities attracted general attention. Dixon, however, had success in getting the railways, while Grand Detour lost out, and while itlie former grew in importance Grand Detour declined. Leonard Andrus was the first white settlor of Grand Detour, rowing up from Dixon's Kerry in a canoe. He laid claim to the beautiful valley which now forms the site of Grand Detour and built n og cabin, while lounging Indians regarded the work with mild indifference. In November, 1835, the first white child was born Cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 October 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. V PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months $1.00 .SO - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1905. N. A. Petiie, W. H. Hunt and Fred Richardson went down to Dixon yesterday to see James Richardson who is very sick at hospital. The first rain of the season occured early Tuesday morning-. Although a little too late for fall pasture, it is a comtort to have the dust settled. MrS. T. L. Roberts returned to her home iu Marathon, Iowa, Monday evening-, after spending seven weeks visiting at the home of her parents, W. J. Stevenson and wife. A Judicium Inquiry. A well known traveling man who visits the drug trade says he has often heanldruggists inquire of customers who asked for a cough medicine, whether it was wanted for a child or for an adult and if for i child they almost invariably recommend Chamberlain's cough Rem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 October 1905

?. I ! A 1? ANP (K III' Dixon, Illinois. 57e Home o the Overcoat. No one should buy line Has ! aiiiiiiii anOver coat until this been seen. Those that have seen the overcoats we are selling, marvel at the , variety and , extensiveness of the line. We tell you it is the greatest line of overcoats ever exhibited in Dixon. Ask any man who has seen these overcoats and he will tell you the same. So varied are the styles and fabrics that no man should fail to find what he wants here. Even if you do not buy, you should first visit this store if for nothing more than to ascertain the correct and prevailing styles. Overcoats $6.50 to $35.00. i ttrf Tarfs. Red Tags. M Annual October Sale Open Wednesday, October 4tb Your greatest opportunity to secure bargains, ever within your reach FURNITURE, CARPETS, RUGS, CURTAINS. MATTINGS, LINOLEUMS, in fact -everything in this mamBiptluiiock. greatly enlarged, by-pecial-parchaSes irfiflf-fnr this. sale, is included and the prices are all on the Red Tags....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 October 1905

THE NCrtTH&RN LIGriTS. fceentless lie the fields of mow, Thi valiey mists hang deep below, 9io earthly damps attaint the air, lAnd nil is pure and white and fair. No stir betrays the wandering brewe, lio whisper from the frozen trees, JDhey muster still and stark and pale, IA. phantom host in Bilver mail. VLnd sliver-studded over all ts drawn night's velvet purple pall, And all is peace; the fitful breath (Beenis sacrilege in this land of death. IWhen far athwart the Northern Pols 1Tbe rainbow tinted streamers roll, tthe bngured wizard of the North Hat filing his fiery challenge forth. JAnd. where across the frozen plain Lies the grim harvest nf the slain, His icy searchlights coldly sweep JFhe approaches to his virgin keep. So are. there latitudes too high (n realms of cold philosophy, lAml barren wastes, that cannot give !Thc bread whereby a man may live. The Spectator. THE MISER rrr, HE door of the doctor's house II was closed a most noiselessly and John Breen went sl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 October 1905

I WOMEiTS NEGLECT 6UFFERINGTHESUREPENALTY Health Thus Loat Is Reotored by Lydia. B. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. How many women do you know who re perfectly well and strong'? We hear every day the same story over and over again. " I do not feel well ; I ana W tired all the time!" More than likely you speak the same words yourself, and no doubt you feel far from well. The cause may be easily wuueu iu some derangement of the fe male organs which manifests itself in depression of spirits, reluctance to go amvwuere or ao anyinmg, backache, wearmg-aown pains, flatulency, nervousness, sleeplessness, leucorrhcea. These symptoms are but warnings that there is danger ahead, and unless heeded a life of suffering or a serious operation is tne inevitable result. The never-failing remedy for all these ymptoms is Lydia E. Pinkham's VeirV. 1 1 1 Miss Kate McDonald, of Woodbridge, i. u ., writes : Dear Mrs. Pinkham : " I think that a woman naturally dislikes to wane ucr iruuDies Known to tne publi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 October 1905

I 4 jp JPn i tnf C6e Leading Dry Goods House in 3 Counties. G. W. MAM LIN, Reliable Merchandise At All Times. ROCHEllE, ILLINOIS. Fall & Winter Opening', jz? Our stocks were never more complete of nirchandise selected to meet all Fall and Winter requirements. Recent remodeling andlilargement of our store room nave permitted the addition ot New Departments, among wlichare CLOAKS, SKIRTS, RUGS, Lace CURTAINS, Portiers, Waists, Under ware, andfmable us to display this immense stock to much better advantage. Each department cfmplete with everything new and desirable. t i -t 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 CloaKs Never in the history of this store has our cloak department been so complete. Latest styles, lowest prices ranging from $5.00 to $50.00. Ask to see the best $12 cloak on earth. Purchase while the assortment is good, $5,000 stock to select from. Furs Low priced reliable all kinds all styles. Each piece carefully selected and must be absolutely right in quality and workmanship. Fo...

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