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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 April 1906

' I ILLINOIS Im, , STATE NEWS ; . i i GETS A SALARY OF f3,T0. chool Treasurer of East St. Louis Muiit Give trp Sinecure. A scandal in the public schools of East St. Lcuis has been disclosed through the action' of State Superintendent Bayliss in advising County Superintendent Charles Heitel of St. Clair county that unless 119 srlinni trnfoo nf TOaah Si-. Louis immedi ately abolish the salary of $2,700 a year pmd td the township school treasurer th.it city's portion of the State distributive fund will be withheld. In no other county an Illinois does the office of school treas4ii er receive ss large a salary. In Chicago, Springfield, Quincy, and other ln-ge cities, as well as practically all the smaller ones, the school treasurer serves without remuneration, although he is generally allowed the interest paid on the daily balances of funds. In Belleville the school treasurer is paid $000 a year. This is the liighest remuneration paid to a similar oflieer in the State outside of East St....

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 April 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Dhree months $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 85. THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1906. Supervisors' Import. State of Illinois, County of Lee ss On Thursday the 8th day of March A D 1906 the board of supervisors of Lee county met pursuant to adjournment. Present same as on yesterday. Minutes of yesterday's preceedings were read to the board by the clerk and the same were approved. The report of the road and bridge committee, to whom jwas ,refered the petition of the Dixon Home and the Central Union Telephone companies asking for permission to construct wires across the Grand Detour bridge present the following report: To the chairman and members of Lee county, Illinois board of supervisors: Your committee on roads and bridges to which was refered the matter of the application of the Dixon Home and Centra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 April 1906

0 I i m oc 0 DC IOC DOC i y ummm mmm uhwihuw 0 Time will soon be here and to make your work easier you will need one of our good solid five foot step ladders for 45 cents! A set of our curtain stretchers at 80 cents. These curtain stretchers are made of selected bass wood with brass pins and the coats of nickle plating to prevent spots on your curtains. They will stretch a curtain 6x11 feet in size. These stretchers generally sell for $1.25 or $1.50. A. good hardwood bushel basket for 12 Cts. A good two hoop wood mop pail for 15 cts. A good window brush for 25 cents. A tack hammer with a five inch head and hardwood handle. A regular 10 cent seller for; only 5 cents. The best tack puller made 5 cents. MOORE & GLENN ASHTON ILLINOIS. LOOK MID EMM At- mImao-a. 41-1 A TflllPO - -, v -supplying me neeus or nunareus oi " ' tot saving of expense to them why n OUR WAGON GOES OUT YOUR WAY Figure it out in the catalogues of the Mail ' Order Houses too but don't buy until you have b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 April 1906

LIS Tr.ink'rua- or Iftilm6 rmr Jttfwerltyyze&A.' V time on, i ilijf rigtiteooj erJ-fSU unbidden 'dry sui 7111U) ijmi yi i muiyjiram (j; "VIS. ltl lYIuH dDDCd . I MSS GRANTS I EASTER EVE. ISS SARAH GRANT stood at the window Of her little dining room looking out at the tiny yard that separated her cottage from the afreet. It was the last day of March, but the air was full of the magnetic influence of spring. The grass was freshening while in the bed of brown earth at the right of the walk, hardy daffodils, Jonquils and one adventurous hyacinth nodded to the passers-by. Kiss Grant sighed a. little impatiently as she turned from the window. Her neatly spread tea table stood waiting. There were a solitary cup, saucer and plate, each of rare old china. The silver was massive, of the fashion of a half century ago. There were slices of nowy home-made bread, all cut of exactly the same thickness, a pot of golden butter, a chicken salad, milk, a glass joI amber jelly, and sugared ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 April 1906

EX-MAYOR CRUMBO J RECOMMENDS PE RU-NA 1 'f' My Endorsement of Pe-ru-na Is i! Based On Its Merits." 1 Ed. Crumbo. J ED. CRUMBO, Ex-Mayor of w Albany, lnd., writes from $11 E. Oak sfreet: - ' "My endorsement of Peruna is based on its merits. "If a man is sick he looks anxiously for something -which will cure him, and Peruna will do the work. "I know that it will cure catarrh of the head or stomach, indigestion, headache and any weary or sick feeling. "It is bound to help anyone, if used according to directions. "I also know dozens of men who speak In the hhest terms of Peruna and have yet to hear of anyone being disappointed In it." , . . , Mr. Crumbo, in a later letter, dated Aug. 25, 1W4, says : ',.,. . "My health is good, at present, but if I should have to take any more medicine I will fall back on Peruna. W.L. Douglas 3J?&,3SHOESF0tRN W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cllt Edge Line cannot bo equalled at any price. saes BUSHED JULY . ,r70 Capital atsoa.oool W. L. DOUGLAS MAKES S SE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 April 1906

I i t. !? EASTER STYLES SHOWN BY Dixon's Finest Clothes Store Zbi store offers you the finest line of clothes from which to select your Easter suit, that has ever been shown outside of the very large cities, and at prices much below those in big- cities. Clothes that have character and individuality; clothes known to every good dresser within a radius of fifty miles of Dixon; clothes taken from any stand point it pays to buy. Men's Suits in the new diagnoals steel any grey effects SIO to $25. Men's Cravenetts, a handsome assortment of beautiful patterns of these practical garments. $10.00, 12.50, 15.00 18-00, 20.00, 22.50. Men's spring over coats and top coats, the new Louis XV and Box style $7-50 to $20.00. ' HATSi Knox, Stetson, Beacon E1R Brand 50 cents to 95. OO. -M NEWS OF THE CITY f -r TOLD IN PARAGRAPHS Allan Smith of Dixon was here on business, Saturday. Bulk and package garden and flower seeds at The Racket. Old Process Oil Meal. Smith's Phasmacy, , Miss ,: Delia Shippee . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 April 1906

FHE A G SHT VOL. XII. NO. 8. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, Ti UKSDAY, APRIL 19, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 581. IN - 4 WRITES ABOUT GRAND CANYON An Interesting- Account of the Beauties In a Far off ' Barren Land INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT SAN FRANCISCO wiitmrn E. Paddock Tells of His Journey from Los Angeles to the Grand Canyon via San Francisco. ' BY WILBURN E. PADDOCK. ISpecial Correspondence To TUB Ashton GAZETTK.l El Tovar, Grand Canyon, Arizona, April 12th 19061 left L,os Angeles, , California, o n the 4th Jor San Fransisco over the Southern Pacific Coast line. The railroad follows the coast about one-half of the distance of 475 miles. I stopped of at San Jose which is located in the Santa Clara Valley about fifty miles from San Francisco. This is the richest ofCalifornia, apricots, prunes and othef fruit trees were in bloom. It was a grand sight to see for miles a scene like fliia. Palo Alto the seat of the Stanford University is located seventeen miles from the city I visited the buildings and . gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 April 1906

1 k TORRENTS OF FIRE. THE ASH f ON GAZETTE. VESUVIUS ASD TEE CITIES WHICH IT IS OVERWHELMING. f 1 RALPH J. DCAIM, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. GRASPS A LIVE WIRE. YOUNG MAN IS KILLED BY KI3 OWN DEVICE. 8troiit; rurrent of F.lcetrleUy BrlnInstant Death to Daniel Jeuna'Nt. Jr.. Ileeortl of I'niteil Stateia GaunerK Aot to Re Made Public. A double tragedy i which mother si ml on were killed through mi electrical apparatus used to operate a chicken incubator, the invention of the young man nimself, occurred at C'roton Falls, N. Y. ffhe victims of the accident were Daniel Jeungst, Jr., uged ,'iO years, and his mother, Mrs. Anna Jeungst, aged 50 years. The husband and father, Daniel Jeungst, made the discovery an hour afterward. The Jeungst brothers own the electric plant whihe supplies the lights for the Station and streets of the village of Croton Kalis. The younger Jeungst was in the chicken-raising business and he invented an incubator, which was operated by electricity generated by th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 April 1906

-v.-: i WILL RIVAL STANDARD OIL. Illinois Concern Increases Capital Stock to Million. The Standard Oil Company of Illinois, corporation organized to fight the Stand ard Oil trust, has increased its capita! stock from $30,000 to $1,000,000 and it is .said .will within ninety days be prepared to offer competition to the trust that will mean something. Eastern capi talists are behind the concern and the sal . of oil all over the country will be under taken. May wood Maxon, president of the corporation, for thirty years was connect' d with the oil trust. He retired as super intendent of its Illinois business tw years ago. Since then his disclosures of methods of the Rockefeller corporations have had considerable space in the news papers and his evidence will form part of the report of Commissioner Garfield. His evidence is believed to have been the cause of the Standard Oil Company sf Kentucky, a Rockefeller subsidiary cor poration, withdrawing from Illinois. The Standard Oil of Illinoi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 April 1906

h 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, APRIL, 19, 1906. S. F. MILLS TELLS OF A FOX HUNT Continued from Page 1. were well treated. We were obliged to lock the hounds up, fearing- they would go right on, so eager were the7 in the Chase. Next morning after a good breakfast and taking a lunch for dinner, we set out at daylight to renew the chase. When we let the hounds loose you ought to have seen them make for the place where we took them off the track. Tunis said that in less than thirty minutes you will hear the hounds, as the fox was tired last uight and as soon as we took the hounds off the fox knew it and would lay down and rest, not getting up until he heard the hounds in the morning. Sure enough it wasn't fifteen minutes before the hounds set up their howl and we so...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 April 1906

0 0 n ...Gasoline Stoves... o We are selling1 the Clark "Jewel" Gasoline stoves. The best junior stove made. H;is brass burners construct ed to wear. We guarantee these stoves to give satisfaction. 2 Burner Stoycs $2.50 3 Burner Stoyes 3. 00 f L L-' V . ......Lawn Mowers We have the celcbratebrated Keen Kjtter lines, The "Run Easy" the "Winners" and the "Keen Kutter" rangingin price from $2.50 to $7.50. We have sold a great many or these mowers and they've 5t given universal satisfaction. You can make no mistake in buying a Keen Kutter. MOORE & GLENN ASHTON ILLINOIS. What People JHre Doing Bicycle supplies at The Racket Martin Randall wiis home over Easter. , . ' Rev. Johnson wa a visitor . in Dixon Friday. McCrea the grocer, was selling strawberries Friday. C. A. Burnham went to Ro chelle Friday evening. G. N. Miller went to Chicago early Monday morning. Dr. H. A Bremmer was a visit or in Rochelle Thursday. Vincent Arnould transacted business in Dixon Friday. 1 naa smit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 April 1906

THE OLD BOOKS. They are gray with the gray of ages, Borrowed, and begged, and sold; Tham-marked of saints and sages, In the scholarly days of old. Rose leaves pressed for a lover Rest in their pages dim, Though silent centuries cover AH that is left of him. And I feel in the library's shadows. With this ghostly company, The breath of forgotten meadows And the centuries over me ! Anl when twilight bells are calling When the day with its strifes is o'er There are ghostly footsteps falling Faint on the library floor. Singers, and saints, and sages In the fame of a name we trust. But time will cover our tages, As even our tombs, with dust. For here in the library's shadows, Where the famed and tameless be, I roam in forgotten meadows, With the centuries over me I Atlanta Constitution. ODERICK ST. BRIEUC was half French and half English, speaking both languages with equal facility, and blending In his life a curious mixture of English breeding and French studio ideals, that made him rath...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 April 1906

FACTS IN NATURE. ITot Only Do W Get Inspiration From Nature, Bat Health as Well. For people who are run-down and nervous, who suffer from Indigestion or dysfiepsla, headache, biliousness, or torpid Iver, coated tongue with bitter taste in the morning and poor appetite, It bocomes necessary to turn to some tonic or strengthencr which will assist Naturo and help them to get on their feet and f)ut the body Into its proper condition. It s becoming more and more apparent that Nature's most valuable health - giving agents are to be found in forest plants and roots. Nearly forty years ago, Dr. K.V. Pierce, now consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y., discovered that by scientifically extracting and combining certain medicinal principles from native roots, taken from our American forests, he could produce a medicine which wa9 marvelously efficient in curing cases of blood disorder and liver and stomach trouble as well as many other chronic, or l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 April 1906

3 i4 VNBaffiY U .Mahv DIXON, ILLINOIS. f. A Store of Good Clothes It is not an uncommon thing- for men to come a distance of fifty miles to buy at this store. Clothes are too important to buy promiscuously. It pays to use care in selecting your clothes, even if you have to go a longway to get what is right. The style, character and general appearance of the clothes at this store can be readily distinguished from the ordinary. The assortment of good clothes at this store can only be equalled in big cities and at much advanced prices. Men's Stiits in the New Twilight Greys, Diagonals and Fancy Worsteds. $10,12.50, 15.00, 16.50, ,18.00 20.00, 22.50, 25.00. J ri 6 r9 WRITES OF THE GRAND CANYON Continued from Page 1. The globe itself seemed to have suddenly yawned asunder leaving me trembling on the brink of two disserved hemispheres. Vast as the bed 'of a vanished ocean, deep as mount Washington riven from its apex to its base, the grandest canyon on our planet lay glitterbelow me in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 April 1906

The ashto VOL. XII, NO. 9. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 582. n $259.46; ASHTON'S GIFT TO SAN FRANCISCO Citizens Meet at Presbyterian Church by Call of Mayor A. W. Rosecrahs MORE MONEY SUCSCRIBED BUT NOT YET COLLECTED Snuf Sunm Sent to National Red Cross Society -Citizens Heartily Give to the Worthy Cause. Friday noon Mayor DRoseciatis issued a call in the form of hand bills, for a meeting- of the citizens of Ash ton at Jthe' Presbyterian church Saturday evening to take some part in aiding- the stricken city of San Francisco. Although there were a few present, yet money was in abundance. The meeting was called to order by Mr. Rosecrans and he was also made chairman. VV. J. Stevenson was chosen clerk. Mr. .Rosecrans in a short address announced the purpose of the meeting, which was to decide whether something should be done for those suffering from the recent earth quake. T. F. Rasback, N. A. Petrie and Rev. J. R. Hamil ton spoke on the merits 'of the cause...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 April 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. BOMANCE OF A FLOOD. MAN FINDS BROTHER HE HAS SOUGHT FOR FIFTEEN YEARS dad, Separated at Time of John town Dltailrr, When Parents Were Drowned, Are to Be Re sulted Die to Save Baby. Fred R. Cowden, after fifteeu years' enarch and after having traveled through thirty-five States and to England, received word in Akron, Ohio, that his long-sought brother, Paul Adrian Cowden, was in In dianapolis. The information came from "the guardian of the two brothers, F. G. Williams of Altoona, Pa., who searched tor both of them for many years to give (them the $4,000 left to them as the re sult of the drowning of their parents in the Johnstown flood. Paul was found by .Williams six years ago and received bis money a year ago. Fred received the lews of his windfall when he heard from IWilliams the other day. The amount he -will receive is $3,800, the 2,000 left fifteen years ago having nearly doubled The search for the brothers was a m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 April 1906

Many persona believe that the $50, 000 a year the President gets as a sal my Is the total of Ills official Income, This is not so. He Is given $36,004 In addition to his solary to pay liis sub' ordinates and clerks. His private wci-ftiiry Is paid $3,250, his assistant private secretary $2,250, hfa stenog rnphc:' $1,800, Ave messengers (each) $1,200, a steward $1,800, two doorkeepers (each) $1,200, four other clerks at jruoil salaries, ranging from $1,500 to ,$2.."(i0; one telegraph operator, two unli!.T.n, $1,200 and $1,400; a night ush r. .$1,200; a watchman, $000, and a man who takes care of the firps, who receives $8114 a year. In addition to tliis there Is given him $8,000 for Incidental expenses, such as stationery, varpets and the care of the presidential stables. And under another heading there is given him nearly $40,00C more. Of this $12,500 Is for repairs niul refurnishing the White House, $2, 500 Is for fuel, $4,000 Is for the green house, $15,000 is for gas, matches and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 April 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. SO. THURSDAY, APRIL, 26, 1906. At IAS By FRANK H. SWEET Copyright. 1905, by E. C. Parcells "Ko man can win me until he proves himself a better cowboy than I am! nasnea the girl. Then, as her gaze swept over the assembled outfit of the Double Tee ranch, she broke into ringing, scornful laugh. But the men felt there had been more than jest in her words. Hairy faced Tom Bigelow Wooley Dog Tom placed his hand over his heart. "Them's p'lnted sentiments, Miss Tensie," he rebuked suavely, "and it Implies us boys here considerable, seeing four of us have asked you to marry since you stood here on the horse. Now in justice to the Double Tee out fit we'd ask you to name the conditions and cards. If it's to round up a stam peding herd single handed or ride a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 April 1906

0 rr t. U ...uasoiine zivves... We are selling the Clark "Jewel" Gasoline stoves. The best junior stove made. Has brass burners construct ed to wear. We guarantee these stoves to give satisfaction. t 2 Burner Stores $2.5crrZZ 3 Burner Stoves 3.oo ' ......Eaivn Itlowrs:..... We have the celcbratebrated Keen Katter ljnes, The "Run Easy" the "Winners" and the "Keen Kutter" ranging in price from $2.50 t O $7.50. We have sold a great many or inese mowers and they've given universal satisfaction. You can make no mistake in buying a Keen Kutter. MOORE & GLENN ASHTON ILLINOIS. c""'.rs c:::.:3 o .,-.,, ..J w g 101 MOID EVERYWHERE I v. K 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 hundreds of others at saving of expense to them why not you? w. OUR HjBWODH; VAT Why not a load to you??? The largest line line of Carpets, Rug, Curtains and F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 April 1906

SAN FRANCISCO RAVAGED BY EARTHQUAKE A! FLAMES f f ' ! I f ytoranr jvocxxjs JjQsntvAttr srze m &xaatwj szz&jyce jcsuz. jpcmzsj Frightful Seismic Shock Shatters Half of the Town. Water Mains Broken and Fire Completes the Ruin. Other Cities on the Pacific Also Stricken by the Great Disaster. Appall ing Loss of Life and Mil lions of Dollars Worth of Property Destroyed. Many New and Costly Skyscrapers and Big Stores Fall in Heaps of Debris. Torn and shattered by the earthquake, which was followed by devastating Are, San Francisco is a city of ruins. Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of lives have been snuffed out and millions upon millions of dollars in property are lost. Where stood its stateliest buildings are piles of twisted steel and ruined stone. The homes of many families were wrenched into fragments and the lives they sheltered taken. The first shock was felt just at dawn Wednesday, and the disturbances continued for several minutes. The earlier Swiftly the sei...

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