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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 March 1906

IUUNOIS STATE NEWS CORN AND COB MEAL FOR CATTLE. Pure corn meal la a heavy concentrated feed, which usually passes through the digestive tract of the Animal without having all of Its nutriment abstracted from It. Usually it is much better to dilute this heavy meal with some other material of lower feeding value. Through thus Increasing its volume, or diluting it, It is possible that the juices of the stomach act more freely and completely upon the food material of the meal. Whether this explanation be the correct one or not, it is certainly a fact, that experiments have shown t'hat the cob of corn when ground with the grain growing on the cob, in some way added to the usefulness of the material. As evidence on this point we have the experiments conducted with fattening steers by Shelton at the Kansas Agricultural College. There were two experiments. In each of these one lot of steers received oat straw, orchard grass, hay and clover for roughage. One of the two lots received corn me...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 March 1906

t 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. 65. THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1906. For County Clerk. In this weeks issue of The Gazette, untler the head of Political Announcements will be found the card of William C. Thompson, candidate for reelection to the office of County Clerk. If the merit system be employed in filling' our county offices, Mr. Thompson would be elected by unaminous vote, as no man could be more attentive to his office than he. Mr. Thompson was employed for several years as a deputy county clerk and is familiar with all the county records, and matters pertaining to the office. During his first term in office he has proved a most efficient officer, never absent from duty always in his office. If you needed a marriage license or a hunter's license and could not get to the court h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 March 1906

m XV 0 VA YA 0 0 yA 0 a. I ff 1 WHY? Have so Many People Got Along Without a Washing Machine? BECAUSE Nearly all washers work to hard. It's Different With the WAVERLY. Because it has no cog wheels but simply two cams which give power to the dasher and because it has the highest speed. No cog wheels meanno resistance. Highest speedl means the washing done quickly. It's not fun to wash but it's easier with the "Waverly." Our price $6.00. FAMILY SCALES. These scales are made by the old reliable Fairbanks Morse & Co. They have a brass beam, large tin scoop and large platform. Thev weigh ud to 244 pounds by one-half ounces and are warranted to weigh correctly. They are just the thing for family use. Our price 12.00 each. MOORE & GLENN ASHTON, ILLINOIS. I UK 1111 MYI BE Figure it out in the catalogues of the Mail Order Houses too but don't buy until you have been here at our Annual Big- Sale and seen the prices on the Red Tags. We are supplying the needs of hundred...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 March 1906

which one was kept. There were two little kittens, a blnck and a gray, And grandmamma said with a frown "It will never do to keep them both. The black one we'd better drown. "Don't cry, my dear," to tiny Hess, "One kitten's enough to keep; Now run to nurse, for 'tis growing late, And time you were fast asleep." The morrow dawned, and rosy and sweet Came little Hess from her nap; The nurse said, "(Jo into mamma's room And look in grandma's lap." "Come here," said grandmamma, with a smile, From the rocking chair where she sat; "God has sent yon two little sisters. Now, what do you think of that?" Bess looked at the babies a moment, With their wee heads, yellow and brown. And then to grandmamma soberly said, "Which one are you going, to drown?" Ideal Home. SIM BARKER'S RIVAL. I an Ks- lm 1 do Ilke Job AllenW au' I don't see what right ye uev to make sich n fuss. Can't I like whoever I want to?" "I s'pect so ; but I've knowed ye since ye were as little an' pert as a fray squirrel, nu' I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 March 1906

Backache, "The Blues" iCONGRCSS Both Symptoms of Organic Derangement Women Thousands f Sufferers Find Relief. in 1 jurniw ; K3YHisi How often dowe hear womenny: "It eems as though my back would break," or "Don't speak to me, I am all out of aorts"? These significant remarks prove that the system requires attention. Backache and " tha blues" are direct symptoms of an Inward trouble which will sooner or later declare iUelf. It may be caused by diseased kidneys or some derangement of the organs. Kature requires assistance and at once, and Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound instantly asserts its curative powers in all thse peculiar ailments of Vomen. It has been the standby of intelligent American women for twenty years, and the best judges agree that it is the most universally successful remedy for woman's ills known to medicine. Read the convincing testimonials of Mrs. Holmes and Mrs. Cotrely. Mrs. J. C. Holmes, of Larimore, North Dakota, writes : Dear Mrs. Pinkham: " I have suffer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 March 1906

FUNDS FOR DISTRICTS Distributable Fund Which Supt Has, Will Amount to $5,465 45 IS APPORTIONED TO THE TOWNS According to Number of Children In EachCounty Has 11,561 of School Afe County Superintendent I. F. Edwards has been busy this past "week working' on and getting1 out t report of the distributable fund. This fund this year amounts to $5,405.45, says the Dixon Telegraph. The fund is made up of the following items. Balance on hand March 8, 1905, $127.74. Received from justices through out county: March 8, 1905, Mark Keller, $5,00. March 11, A. K. Rutt, $3.00. March 11, S. J. Whetston, $4.00 March 22, F. A. Parker, $9.00. March 22, J. E. Henry, $9.00. March 22, Chas. E. Ives, $5.00. March 22, Henry Meinen, $3.00 May 17, George Beiber, $9.90. September 28, C. II. Wooster, state's attorney, $394.10. October 11, John Blocher, $53.00. October 23, Hiram Carnahan, $3.00. October 26, A". A. Virgil $2.00. January 29, 1906, J. M. Abell $3.00. February 28, A. A. Virgil, $6.00. February 28, ...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 March 1906

- k AsHTOtN Gazette. VOL. XII. NO. 3. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 576. THE YATES GIVEN A ROYAL WELCOME Spoke to 1.200 People In the Dixon Opera House Monday TELLS OF WORKINGS OF SENATORIAL CROWD Republlctns from All Parts of the County la Attendance To Hear the Ex-Governor Tmenty Down from Ashton. One of the most demonstrative political meetings held in Lee county, was the one held in Dix on Monday afternoon, when Ex- Governor Yates, candidate for United States Senator, spoke to an audience of 1,200 enthusiastic citizens. The Ex-Governor ar rived at 12:44 p. tn. from Rochelle where he spoke to a larg-e audi ence in tne torenoon. ne was taken to the Nachusa house, where a reception was tendered him, two of the committee being A. W, Rosecrans and Dr. H. A Bremmer of this city. Mr. Yates was escorted to the opera house at 1:40 p. m. and previous to this time the audience was entertained by several selections by the Dixon Juvenile Band. A quartet com posed o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 March 1906

THE ASSHOIM GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. MILLION FOR GUARD. SENATOR DICK THINKS APPROPRIATION TOO SMALL. KnvorM I'luclng- Amount of Money for Hlionul Militia ut $2,000,000 InNteml of 1'reNCiit Figure Tralna Sleet in lilliil ( olllsloji. Tin' National Guard and naval militia wiil receive substantial aid from Congress during flu' iresent session. It is practically certain the former will be grunted an increase in its annual appropriation from $1,000,000 to $2,000,000 nnd provided with means for the promotion of t argot practice. The probability is strong that the naval militia will be placed in the same relation to the United States government as is the National Guard. "The contribution made by the United States to promote this most laudable ambition is entirely inadequate for the work," said Senator Dick of Ohio, chairman of the Interstate National Guard Association. "The States appropriate annually approximately $4,500,000, while the United States only contri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 March 1906

HIS ROMANCE. A thinning girl once passed my way, My ardor I couid not restrain, field I : "It is a pleasant day," Said she : "I fear it's going to rain." (And that was all I said. And that was all she said.) Her beauty troubled my repose, And when she passed again my way, Bald I : "Will you accept the rose?" Said Bhe : "Oh, what a sweet bouquet !" (And that was all I said, And that was all she said.) Two days passed and again we met; I never saw a maid so fair. Bhe said : "Your flowers aren't withered yet." Said I : "I envy them your care." (And that was all she said, And that was all I said.) Then I resolved, so sweet was Bhe, That I would have her for my wife, fiaid I : "Oh, will you marry me?" Said she : "What I? Not on your life !" (And that was all I said, And that was all she said.) No occasion for any further conversation, was there?) Tit-Bits. 4 frv,SS-,M-CUPID IN THE ELEVATOR fpHE Inhabitants were chary of ln- ; ML trusting themselves to the elevator In Bailey Mansions, for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 March 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 Ash ton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1906. Mudslingers. Once there was a rooster and ahorse and they had a conversation. The rooster said to the horse, "let us not step on each other's toes." Now comes Judge Scott when Harris' friends ask him questions concerning his record, he says like the rooster, "let us not step on each others toes." When the friends of Harris ask Scott How about all those cases you decided wrong? How about sending j. B. Dille to jail for contempt of court and getting yourself roasted in the upper courts? How about deciding in favor of the Illinois Central Railroad and against the city of Dixon? How about the pass you have on the Illinois Central? How about deciding the assessment case on the west side when 3-011 let four politicians tel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 March 1906

MR. CUSTOMER When you buy from us a strictly first class article at a reasonable price you feel pretty good for you have got "v; lue received" and you know it. When we sell you a strictly first class article we feel mighty good. Good goods don't come back and pleased customers means regular customers. Hence our policy, strictly first class goods at the lowest possible price we can sell them. To sell cheap we must buy cheap, this is our study. We are "right" on the stove business. We can sell you as good a stove as you can buy in the country and at a lower price. It is up to you to make us prove it. We will sell you a fine 6 hole cast range with 20 inch oven which weighs almost 600 lbs. for $30.00. W i IB w I This handsome steel range on legs sells for $32.50. MOORE & GLENN ASHTON, ILLINOIS. 5J? t K ? 5? VJx ?J? ?$? ? !. 4x x xx Jx 4 5(x((0 I Mil BMWBBBE l Figure it out in the catalogues of the Mail Order Houses too but don't buy until you have been here at our Annual Big...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 March 1906

SIX HURDRtD SLAIN. Band of Moro Outlaws Exterminated by U. S. Troops. COST OF LIVING. BATTLE LASTS 2 DAYS Fifteen Enlisted Men and Three of Constabulary Are Dead. Fierce Flftht Tnkes Plnee on the Tile of Jiilo Americans 1,1ft Thci Cannon ItOO Feel. Scnlc Volcano ind Destroy Strontf Fort In Crn (er All the Defender of the Stronghold Are Killed Thirl jtwo Soldiers Wounded. An important action between Amcri can forces and hostile Moros took plaoe near Jolo. Fifteen enlisted men wore killed, a commis sioned ouicer was wounded, four en listed men were wounded and a na val contingent oper ating with the mill tary sustained th tv-t w o casualties. - ... F Tim Arums lost liOO . - -' w men killed. " Mninr denem! gex. wood. Leonnrd Wood commander of the division of the Phil ippines, reports as follows from Jolo, capital of the Sulu islands: "A severe action between troops.', composed of a naval detachment and constabulary and hostile Moros has taken place at Mount Dajo, near Jolo. The engagem...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 March 1906

SAVED FROM CATARRH OF LUNGS SO COMMON IN WINTER BY TAKING PE-RU-NA Bore Throat Develops Into Bronchitis. Mrs. Addie Harding, 121 W. Brighton Ave., Syracuse, N. Y., writes: "1 have been a user of Peruna for the past twelve years. With me it is a sure preTentive of colds and many other ills. Mrs. Addle Harding. "Two or three times a year I am troubled with my throat, a kind of raw feeling, turning to bronchitis. I have had the services of my physician in each case. Two years ago, when I felt a spell coming I tried Peruna to check It, and to my delight was not troubled with the smothered and choking feeling and never have been since. I can check it every time with Peruna." $3-J&$3SHOESF W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cllt Edge Line cannot be equalled at any price. W. L. DOUGLAS MAKES & SELLS MORE MEN'S $3.5(1 SHOESTH AN ANY OTHER AOIUKtH IH THE W0HUJ. fl flflfl REWARD to anyone who can $ I UjUUU disprove this statement . .. If r could take you Into my three large factories...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 March 1906

ft MEET MAIL ORDER COMPETITION Continued from Page 1. send discarded cuts at a merely nominal price, which are in many cases just what is needed. We have spoken of this at length because this seems to be the greatest obstacle in the way of this enterprise. ' It can easily be seen how a syndicate of merchants might use the same cuts and thus materially reduce the cost. You may say this could not be done because the same lines are not Bandied by all. This could be nicely adjusted by arranging the book in sections, for instance one man handled dry goods and not hardware. Make one section hardware and another dry goods, etc. Each man would pay for the pages used. We make a contract with the printer at so much per page, and then use as many as are required. If for no other reason, we feel that it is worth the price to us that every person has an inventory of our stock in Ins home. No salesman, even though he has the ability and the time, can hold a customer long enough to show him your e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 March 1906

1 QN FHE asht 7FTTF VOL. XII. NO. 4. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 577. GA TWO PASS AWAY Old Resident of Ogle County at Franklin Grove Died FORMER ASHTON LADY DIED AT ST. CHARLES Mrs. Anderson died Suddenly From the Effects of Accidental Poisoning. (Special to The Gazbttb.) Melle L. Businga was born in Hanover, Germany, April 3rd, 1831, and . died at his home in Frunklin Grove, 111. Saturday morning, March 17th, 1906, age 74 years, 11 months and 14 days. For a number of years the deceased has been in poor health but during the past few weeks he has been very feeble. On Thursday at noon he had a stroke of apoplexy, from which he never fully rallied. His faithful and affectionate wife and only . son, Sigel, were at his side when the end come. Mr. Businga was the only member of his family to come to this country. He came in 1855, landing at Freeport. Later he moved to Ogle county where he purchased a small farm with the earnings he had accumulated. A little l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 March 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J, DtaiM, Publisher. ASHTOtf ILLINOIS. MORGAN IS ACCUSED. BIT OF VICIOUS HIGH IS ALLEGED. FINANCE Presides Bradford of ChleSKO, Clnelnnatt nnd LonlHVllle BrliiK" rhrgre Against Well-Known Ft ,p nSM-CteF Letter Carriers Fined. In n Wll filed in the United States Circuit Court in Nashville. Tenn., by President Bradford of the Chicago, Cincinnati and Louisville railroad J. Piertnt Morgan is accused of double-dealinj mnd conspiracy in restraint of trade. Bradford chaws that there is afoot a well-laid plot on the part of Morgan anfl his associates to get control of the tin cago, Cincinnati and Louisville when they Ihink it can be purchased cheaply enough, and turn it over to the Cincin nati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific. This, lie asserts, is a part of the general .plan to parcel out what were the eompo cent parts of the former Great Central President Bradford has frequently ex pressed the belief that he was made the victim of a conspiracy, and his railroad the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 March 1906

1 INSANE MAX SEIZES ENGINE. Jtnn It Thronirh Brick Foundry , Wall nnd Escapes Unhurt. Seized with a sudden frenzy, Charles tiuonthcr, until recently employed as a fireman at the plant of the American Btecl foundry in East St. Louis, suddenly sprang aboard a locomotive standing on a side track near that company s plant, jerked open the throttle, and sent the engine plunging ahead. It jumped the track and tore through a fourteen-inch brick wall and came to a stop by crashing into heavy machinery inside the works. Ln harmed, Guenther jumped to the ground, and. drawing a revolver, threatened to shoot the first man to approach him from the crowd assembled. Police were sent for, but before they arrived Timekeeper W. A. Moore crawled up behind the frenzied man and knocked him down. Guenther was subdued and finally taken to the police station. ji ROBS IN ELGIX CHURCH. Polite Tlilef Goes to Reception and Leaves with Guests' Property. A church-going "Raffles" has appeared in Elgin. After atte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 March 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. 65. THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1906. Our esteemed contemporary the Dixon Daily Telegraph has pro ceeded to carry out its time hon ored custom of asserting that every man has not the right to run for office and that in other words unless a man has first ob tained consent of the Telegraph he ought not to be a candidate It stated in last Saturdays issue in substance 'that A. G. Harris was continually running for office that he had been in politics since his-birth as a lawyer and that he has more than once suffered de teat. What an ottense it is in the eyes of the Telegraph to be in politics. Is the Telegraph in politics? What a crime it is to be in politics. Who is post-mas' ter of Dixon? What a sin it is to be defeated. But now you must ask the con sent of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 March 1906

MR. CUSTOMER When you buy from us a strictly first class article at a reasonable price you feel pretty pood for you have got "v: hie received" and you know it. When we sell you a strictly first class article we feel mighty good. Good goods don't come back and pleased customers means regular customers. Hence our policy, strictly first class goods at the lowest possible price we can sell them. To sell cheap we must buy cheap, this is our study. We are "right" on the stove business. We can sell you as good a stove as you can buy in the country and at a lower price. It is up to you to make us prove it. We will sell you a fine 6 hole cast range with 20 inch oven which weighs almost 600 lbs for $30.00. gyp, rprs .crfy ill This handsome steel range on legs sells for $32.50. MOORE & GLENN ASHTON, ILLINOIS. ltil iii - Im ami imnm Figure it out in the catalogues of the Mail Order Houses too but don't buy until you have been here at our Annual Big Sale and , seen the' prices on the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 March 1906

I THE LOST KIS8. I put by tho half-written poem, While the pen, idly trailed in my hand, Writes on, "Had I words to complete it, Who'd rend It, or who'd understand?" But tho little bare feet on the stairway And the faint, smothered laugh in the hall, And the eeria low lisp in the silence Cry up to me over it all. Bo I gathered it up, where was broken The tear-fadvl thread of my theme, Tilling how as one night I sat writing A fairy broke in on my dream A little 'inquisitive fairy, My own little girl, with the gold Of the sun in her hair and the dewy Blue eyes of the fairies of old. Twas the dear little girl that I scolded, "For was It a moment like this," I said, "when she knew I was busy, To come romping in for a kiss Come rowdying up from her mother And clamoring there on my knee For 'one 'ittle kiss for my dolly And one 'ittle uzzer for me !' " God pity the heart that repelled her And the cold hand that turned her away, And take from the lips that denied her This answerless prayer...

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