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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 January 1906

What People Jlre Doing. caller in Mrs. C. Kliebe was a visitor in Dixon Monday. John Kersten went to Franklin Grove Monday. Thad Smith went to Dixon Tuesday on business. Will Socks went to Wall Lake, Iowa Monday evening'. Caspar. Krug and wife were Dixon callers Saturday. M. M. Billmire was a business caller in Rock ford Friday. Mrs. 12. J. Walker was a business caller in Dixon Monday. Will Petrie has purchased the north new house of Thad Smith. Warren Sanders returned yesterday from a business trip in Iowa. Mrs. M. E. Letts came last week to visit her son Ralph Desmond. Miss Beach of Wheaton is here visiting- at the home of her cousin Mrs. F. H. Bassler. Henry Salzman and and H. F. Kersten went to Dixon, Monday to serve on jury duty. Henry Farver returned last week to Havelock, Iowa after a visit with relatives here. Rev. J. R. Hamilton returned Saturday evening- from a short trip to Aurora and Yorkville. Mrs. visited week with her son R. J. Dean Geo. Dean of La Moille a few days t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 January 1906

THE LITTLE ANIMALS. Vhe baj marc stands at my kitchen door, And saucily shakes her head JTor a, bite of apple, pinch of salt Or a sugared crust of bread. But, oh, for the little wooden horse I found In a corner to-day, And the little groom that straddled him And rode him out to play! Old Rover naps on the shaded porch, While his great, brown, kindly eyes Follow me to the golden gate And back to my bread and pies. But, oh, for the cotton dog on wheels That romped on the velvet floor. And the little master that shall come And play with him no more! The Spanish cock with the crimson comb, When he hears my feeding call, He onswered wHh a flap of wings And a crow from the garden wall. But, oh, for the plaster cock that crowed When my baby pressed the spring My tiny poulfryman that hauled Him round upon a string! I love the calves in the pasture lot And the cattle in the barn, The geese that squat by the water trough And gabble through the tarn. But, oh, when the evening shadows fall, And...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 January 1906

An Innocent Intruder. Careful Housekeeper Have you boiled the drinking wnter? Faithful Servnnt Yes'm. "And sterilized the milk?" "Yes'm." "What is this in the simp?" "Oh. that isu't no bacillus, mum. That Is only a cockroach." New York Weekly. Tiso's Cure for Consumption is the best medicine 1 have ever found for coughs and colds. Mrs. Oscar Tripp. Bis Wk. 111.. March 20. 1001. Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is a positive cure for all those painful ailments of women. It will entirely cure the worst forms of Female Complaints. Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Displacements and consequent Spinal Weakness, ond is peculiarly adapted to the Change of life. It will surely cure. Backache It has cured more cases of Female Weakness than any other remedy the world has ever known. It is almost infallible in such cases. It dissolves and expels Tumors in an early stage of Development. That ' Bearing-down Feeling, Causing pain, weight and headache, is Instantly relieved and permane...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 January 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. BOLD THEFT IN BANK. SATCHEL OF COIN STOLEN BROAD DAYLIGHT. IN Disappears When Owner's Daek la Turned and 'o One Is Seen to Approach the Place Jews Not Exempt Under Sunday Low. At noon the other day a satchel containing several thousands of dollars disappeared from the counter of the National Bank in Newark, N. J., while the man -who had just drawn the money turned for a minute to speak with n friend. Both he nnd his friend say they aw no one approach the spot where the atchel had been placed. Leban Deunis, Secretary of the George Brown & Co. atone works, was the owner of the satch1, which contained the weekly pay roll. The bank is less than 100 yards from police headquarters. The police promptly were notified and a general alarm was ent out. It is the theory of the police that some one in the bank who had seen Dennis receive the money nnd count it waited until he had turned his back and then walked hurriedly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 January 1906

ILLINOIS STATE NEWS l'EER BORROWER TO HKTIlli:. Freeport Man Who Asked One DolInr Loan, in Letter Will Rent. The action of Daniel Y. McMnlleii. n prominent Freeport business man, iu ending out letters asking loans of a dollar from each person addressed, was the occasion for a visit of his brother, David McMnllen of Chicago, who is the president of the Freeport Hardware Company, of which the former is secretary and treasurer. D. Y. McMnllen aid that he became personally involved to such an extent that he believed an appeal of the character lie sent out would have the desired effect. He said his confidence in the business men of the country was responsible for his action. David McMnllen after an interview with bis brother said that the latter had without the knowledge of his closest friends become personally involved and had worried over it to a considerable extent. He will take a rest for a while. The Free- port institution the McMullens are interested in is solvent. Mr. McMnllen has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 January 1906

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, JAN. 18, 1906. Which said report is approved by the hnarrl and said Clvde L. WlCher IS directed to procure an order from the county clerk authorizing' the -county treasurer to receieve said sum of $173.10. The fees and salary committee pre sent their report recommending the allowance of the following claims, which said report is approved by the board and the clerk is directed to issue orders as follows: W B McMahon Rerv rend f K do recdg twp bd and comp tract bk ' W C Thompson attd co ct and mlsc rec 316 00 do serv ext tax do rev Rerv 430 00 60 00 3 00 C W Wohnke stamps do keep teom Sep IS to Nov 30. 79 days at tl per day 7 00 imard fall 7ti (iiivs atll 19 00 do do serv for grand jury Sept term clr ct 8 do do serv Jury clr ct 7 SO at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 January 1906

i i i What People Jlre Doing. I Joe. Gooch of Dixon was in town Tuesday. Gus Kries went to Dixon on business Tuesday. Great reduction on pipes at the Gazette Book Store. Dr. S. C. Gould went to Chicago yesterday morning1. Supervisor Trostlewent to Dixon Tuesday on business. A. J. Nickey was a business caller in Kochelle Friday. Mrs Burgess went to Rock Falls last week for a visit. Ray Miller of Dixon was a business caller here Thursday. D. W. Stover left for Arkansas Tuesday morning, for a month's visit. H. F. Kersten and Henry Salztnan are courting in Dixon this week. W. F. Galbreath was a business visitor at the county seat Tuesday. H. E. Chadwick and wife went to Dixon Tuesday afternoon for a few days visit.. Miss Francis Moore came Friday to visit her grandparents Mr. ind Mrs. L. Moore. Geo. B. Hiestand of Oregon is a candidate for the office of sheriff of Ogle county. A fine lot of mouth organs just received at the Gazette Book Store. AH the best makes. Geo. Garrett was a calle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 January 1906

THE GOSPEL OF LAUGHTER. Gospel of laughter, he preached it to me, Man who once troubled and 'wearied himself. Keep the world smiling and glad, said he; Mirth is a helpful, benevolent elf. Ha, ha, ha! ha, ha, ha! ho, ho, ho, hoi Never keep worry and bother about; Bmile at your trouble, It's likely to goLaughter's spontaneous; tears are squeezed out. Gospel of laughter: World wants to laugh 11 So said my teacher, and he ought to know ttather o'erfed on adversity's chaff; Wishes its risibles given a show. Ha, ha, ha! ha, ha, ha! ho, ho, ho, ho! This is the creed that sets trouble to rout, Makes us forget the cares that w know Laughter's spontaneous; tears are squeezed out. Gospel of laughter: World has- a song; Tune your soul to it, it's easy to catch. Better go cheery and smiling along; Din-.ples of laughter find thousands to match. Ha, ha, ha! ha, ha, ha! ho, ho, ho, ho! Fling a defiance ha, ha, ha! to doubt; ffever give worry ho, ho, ho! a show Laughter's spontaneous; tears are sque...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 January 1906

The mors we know of our tils, the easier and sooner relief will come. Pains and aches of the tiesh, joints and muscles are Rheumatic The mission of the Old-Monk-Cure St. Jacobs Oil Is to cure, and the world knows it does it safely and surely. Price, 25o. and 50c. HE BEST COUGH CURE 'ins When offered something else Instead of Kemp's Balsam stop and consider: "Am I sure to get something as good as this best cough cure ? - If not sure, what good reason is there for for taking chances in a matter that may have a direct bearing on my own or my family's health?" . Sold by all dealers at 25c. and 50c. -CIVESAbsolufely Free (0 Every Settler One Hundred and Sixty Acres of Land In WESTERN CANADA Land adioininir this can be purchased from railway and land companies at from $6 to (10 per acre. On This Land This Year Has Been Produced Upwards of Twenty-five Bushels of Wheat to the Acre it is also the best of grazing: land, and for mixed farming: it has no superior on the continent. Splendid clim...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 January 1906

Do You Like to MONEY? We will give V'ou the chance. Our annual inventory shows that wc have many broken lines and odd lots of goods which a''e perfectly desirable in every respect but which we cannot afford to carry over. To make them go at once we will offer them at prices that will mean a profit to you and a loss to us, but go they must. Come in and look over our remnant counters they are loaded with splendid bargains. O. H. Martin Co. Dixon, Illinois. Ha ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft v ft ft ft ft ft ft ft n ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft A Clear Proof We show you the advantage good Job Printing has over the ordinary kind by giving you the best RARE QUALITY PRINTING The work we turn out of our Printery is the best recommendation of the shop we represent. We handle the work in a way that gives it an artistic touch and makes it valuable in your business. We like to figure on your work and if there is anything you need in the way of Envelopes, Letter and Note heads, Statements, Circu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 January 1906

i The ashton Gazette. i' VOL. XI. NO. 48. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25. 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 569. ) Lr NEW FIRMS IN BUSINESS W. Rosecrans & Co. Sell Their Hardware Department to Moore & Glenn. E. J. RANDALL SELLS GROCERYTO W. B. McCREA Hew Firms Assume Their New Duties Monday Morning Under Britht Prospects. Monday morning- the hardware department of A. W. Rosecrans & Co., was sold to M. N. Glenn and A. M. Moore. The business is an old established one. haing been in its present location for the past eighteen years and has been built up to a large flourishing business under the careful management of Mr. A. VV. Rosecrans, and the only reason he had for selling, was that he was unable to give the increasing trade as much of his attention as was needful. Mr. Moore has been connected with the tinning department of the business for the past eleven years, and Mr. Glenn has had cbarge of the Hardware department for about two and one-half years. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 January 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ILLINOIS. ASHTON, ANGLO-JAPAN TRUST. MIKADO'S IRON INDUSTRIES TO BE TAKEN OVER. Corporation Han 7,000,OOO fnplal and Will In Time Combine Celluloid and Silk Mnnufactnrer t'hlcaito Thieve Kob Office. Shissuu Kondo, a Japanese capitalist, lias arrived iu San Francisco from London on his way to Japan. The Chronicle says that Kondo has secured $7.000,000 paid up capital in England, which is to be invested in mills and machinery under the management of an Anglo-Japanese corporation. After effecting u combination of the steel and iron works of Japan, the manufacture of celluloid and silk will be taken up and other industries will be taken up as the capital of the international corporation permits. The intention is to do the actual manufacturing in that country, where it can be done most cheaply, so that the ramification of the company's business is likely to be widespread. WILL PAY KANSAS SHORTAGE. Tormer State Treasurer Grimes Offers to Make ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 January 1906

RABBI BEN-HISSAR. Rabbi Ben-Hissar rode one day Beyond tbe city gates. His way Lay toward a ipot where his own hand JHad buried deep within the sand A treasure vast of gems and gold He dared not trust to man to hold. But riding In the failing light, A pallid figure met his sight An awful shape he knew full well Twas the great Angel Azrael. ffhe dreadful presence froze his breath; He waited tremblingly for death. Fear not!" the Angel said: "I bear A message. Rabbi Ben-Hissar, One thing, the Lord hath asked of thee To prove thy love and loyalty. Therefore now I am come to bring Thy rarest jewel to thy King." i Babbi Ben-Hissar bowed his head. "All that I have is his!" he said. . The Angel vanished. All that day Be rode upon his lonely way Wondering much what precious stone find would have chosen for His own. But when he reached the spot, he found Wo other hand had touched tne grouna. Babbi Ben-Hissar looked and sighed. "It was a dream!" he sadly cried. "'I thought that God would deign...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 January 1906

. THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. 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, JAN. 25, 1906. Suras Report. In Anderson serv bridge com 00 do Harmon do do 11 00 E C Parsons attdg conv at Decatur 2S 00 Jas H Thompson 7 cords wood ct hse SB 00 Mrs B N Coffee wash blankets for 11 5 00 Geo. F Stalnbrook ltv per order supervisors SO I B Countryman co mdse jail 1 00 Person Cheney serv alms bse com 9 (0 Wm L Leach, J P fees crlm case II 00 i E Drew con fees crlm case ( 00 J M Trostle serve per order bdg com iff 00 AJScriven lab jail 8 00 Lemuel Mulleins, serv ballf 07 50 Slxon Water Co wat ct hse and jl 60 04 I B Countryman Co mdse ct hse 8 81 John W Wohnke serv ballf 82 50 Jonas Hanna lab jl ! C W Wohnke exp acct crlm cases 18 80 Kobt Anderson serv bailf 107 bo John B Crabtree J P fees crlm cases 4 00 C W Wohnke bdg...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 January 1906

What People Jlre Doing. I mittens at a barThe Racket. Henrv Stephan went to Chica go Monday afternoon on business. Mrs. E. F. Gehant of Dixon soent several days this week at the home of J. A. Wagner. '07 should be the date opposite your name if your subscription expired on or about January 1st Mrs. Fred Gross of Franklin Grove came Saturday to visit at the home of Win. Schade and wife. Some new comic Souvenir post al cards at the Gazette Book Store New lot of leather ones received this week. Patrick Smith of Rochelle, who formerly lived north of here was shaking hands with old acquaint ances Saturday. W. C. Yenerich went to Eldora Iowa Monday morning where he was to aooear as a witness to a will, returning home yesterday morning. Wra. Schade Jr. circulated his Rochelle were visitors with rela-' P"" " date for the office or tax collector Gloves and gain. Will Hart was a business caller in Dixon Friday. John G. Reitz went to Rochelle on business Thursday. Gus Kries was a business call...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 January 1906

HENRY Wt'LFK IS GUILTY. Former State Treasurer May Go to the Penitentiary. 1 Henry Wulff, former State Treasurer, and J. W. Lobb, associated with Wulff, entered pleas of guilty before Judge Bethea in the United States District Court in Chicago. Pleas of not guilty were entered by both defendants Dec. 19 and the cases would have gone to trial Jan. 15. The men appeared before the court the other day and expressed their desire to change the pleas from not guilty to guilty. The punishment of the defendants lies within the discretion of the court. Wulff and Lobb were indicted on charges of using the mails to promote a scheme to defraud. .Assistant United States District Attorney Robert Childs presented the case before the grand jury. The defendants were charged in two indictments. One was operating a scheme to defraud by the use of the mails and the other operating a scheme similar to a lottery b? the use of the mails. The sentence' under each of the indictments which may be given by the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 January 1906

"M " l""al mmmmmmmmmmammmmmma Admiral Hichborn (CONGRESS Praises Peruna KX Admiral's Words Carry Weight. Rear-Admiral Hichborn is one of the best known officers of our navy. His statements concerning 'Peruna -will have much weight as they go out in the world. What he says is echoed by many other officers of high standing. What the Admiral Says. Philip Hichborn. Rear-Admiral of the U. S. Nary, Washington, D. C, writes: "After the use ot Peruna lor a short period, I can now cheerfully recommend your valuable remedy to any one who Is In need ot an Invigorating tonic." Philip Hichborn I ' - Wrote Three Hundred Volumes. When Henry Rochefort first published his Lanterne, once a week, his articles were eagerly read all over Europe. To-day, his rantlngs are little heeded, even by his followers. One of his admirers has recently done tome figuring. For nearly balf n century, Rochefort lias written nearly every day a newspaper article. These articles, if reprinted in book form, would make a Ji...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 January 1906

Do You LiKe to Save MONEY? We will give you the chance. Our annual inventory shows that wc have many broken lines and odd lots of goods which a"e perfectly desirable in every respect but which we cannot afford to carry over. To make them go at once we will offer them at prices that will mean a profit to you and a loss to us, but go they must. Come in and look over our remnant counters they are loaded with splendid bargains. O. H. Martin Co. Dixon, Illinois. sir an 9 . jilt! 9 an 9 an o 9 an & an VP. & St? Slf? SI si? Having purchased the grocery stock of Mr. E. J. Randall, we will hold forth at same old stand. We aim to carry first class goods; when' in town call on us and help us to make a success of the bnsiness and we will treat you the best we know how. W. B. WcCm Jlsbton, Illinois. Spoiled Hr Beauty. Harriet Howard, of 209 W. 34th St., New York, at one time had her beauty spoiled with skinn trouble. She writes: "I had Salt Kheutn or Eczema for years, but...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 February 1906

Fhe ashtqn Gazette. tol. XI. NO. 49. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1,1906. WHOLE NUMBER 570. THREE PASS AWAY fllrs. John Thompson Died at Her Home Friday. DANIEL WOOD DIED IN WISCONSIN William Wood Gibson a Former Resident Here Died at His Home In Ouray Colorado. Lydia Hannah Thompson, daughter ot Erastus and Eunice Hitchcock was Wn at Lower Sandusky, Delaware county, Ohio June 22, 1837 and passed away from this life on Friday, January 26th, 1906 at her home in this city. In the early years of her life she moved from her native state and came to Illinois, settling- at Carthage, Ogle county. Latter the family moved to Daysville, in the same county, where in the year 1857 she was united in marriage with Mr. John Thompson of that place. For a short time thev lived at the place of their marriage and after living a few years at Carthage and Lighthouse, they came to Ashton about the close of the cival war and have here made th :ir home until the present. Five children were born to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 February 1906

THE ASH TON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. BLOWN IT W ITH BOMB HOUSE IN WORCESTER, MASS., IS BADLY DAMAGED. ICX1lMllttl, StMKlll- CillEMCll l' i;lclfl Owner, Trnrx Amiy l-'loors iihI ' V:iIln uikI Mnkt-N Woman liiamit1. A dynamite bomb hurled through n sccoml Mcii'j window of hi house of I'mil Mosezynski in Worcester. Muss., at an early hour the olhiM' morning, exploded and tore away the real- part of tin; house, blowing out the floors and fear wall. Twenty-two persons were asleep in tin1 house. The wile of Daniel C. ltootk. who was ill. was rendered insane liy the explosion. The rap of the bomb went through the wall of - house feet away, mid was found in picture frame in the home of William .1. Uiordan. The force of the explosion shook that whole section of the city. The police arc1 looking for Frank ( 'zyhon-uvski and Ins wife, formerly part owners of the building, front possession of whU-ii they were evicted ly mortgage proceedings. Miss Yatoska Ilurskvicz, ...

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