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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 May 1906

NOBODY KNOWS. Only a kiss on the baby's face, -Only a kiss with a mother's grace, fgo simple a thing . that the sunbeams laughed, , .And the bees ba-hahed from where they quaffed. , , " Only a kiss, but the face. was fair, . And nobody knew what love was thera Nobody knew but mother,! Only a word to a mother's1 joy, Only a word to her parting boy, And the changing lights on the window shone ' '. .As her boy went out In the world alone. Only a word from a' mother brave, But nobody knew the love it gave Nobody knows but mother. ' Only a sigh for a wayward son, Only a sigh, but a hopeless one, .And the lights burned dimly and shone with a blur Could a mother condemn? 'Tls human to err. Only a sigh as she took his part; But nobody knew what it cost her heartNobody knew but mother. Only a sob as the tomb doors close, Only a sob, but It upward rose, And the lights in the window flickered and died, And with them her hope, her Joy, her pride. Only a sob as Bhe turned away ; But nobody knew ...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 May 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. " One year - $1.00 Six months, - - .50 Three months - - - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1906. DONALD ALLEN Copyright, 1805, by P. O. Kaatment There were few harder headed Mt.ti In Ingham county than Darius Parker, farmer. He was reserved, closeflsied and without a particle of romance tr sentiment In his composition. The notes of the meadow lark were tte same as the grunts of his hogs to hint, and when he looked out over the magnificent sweep of the meadow he simply figured on how many tons of hay to the acre it would cut Persons who had known him for twenty years bad never known him to betray a soft spot, and even wThen his wife died, after weary years of cutting carpet rags and making soft soap, no one looked for any emotion on the deacon's part. He buried her the same as he went about plowing corn,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 May 1906

N ft OC3C3 0 I " - .i-i""'! i ' l W y 1 tiiiiiiniui iimiil .nun IOC Screen Doors We have a very complete line of screen doors and our prices are exceedingly low. We sell the ."Wabash" doors which are as good as can be made. If you can use some doors 2-6 by 6-6 in size, we can sell them to you for 65 cents each, other sizes from 12.00 up. 0 Ice Cream Treezers We have them in all " sizes at the right Prices. ' w-y r.. i' 'i1' Refrigerators We have a line of Refrigerators in all styles and sizes. We can sell you a splendid zinc lined refrigerator for $7.00. ' ' Moore (Si Glenn. n U M Big Hew Lot of Room'Sized Hugs Big Hew lot of Mattings BiqJlew lot of Linoleums Big Uew lot of Carpets Furniture Stock Bigger than ever. Everything' Delivered to your house FREE. Everything- to fix up the home after house cleaning. Come look NOW. Buy when ready. The Keyes Furniture and Carpet Rooms, Great Honse-Inmisliing Concern of Northern Illinois DIXON, ILLINOIS. Phone 161 216-218 First St. It'll SPRAY...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 May 1906

CZAK OPENS DOUMA. FIRST RUSSIAN PARLIAMENT IS CONVENED. Kichnlas, In Speech, Ask's Member to Aid Him In Relieving Peaanti " and Solving Nation' Problems Soldiers STvnrm About Palace. The first session of the modern Russian legislative assembly, born amid the throes of terrorism, anarchy and revolution, was opened Thursday afternoon in St. Petersburg by Emperor Nicholas. Pomp and ceremony of the most impressive kind marked the occasion, which ushered in the dawn of liberty for the autocracy cursed, enslaved millions of Russia's masses. From a great golden throne in the magnificent winter palace, the Czar, clad in gorgeous robes of state and surrounded by his relatives, his ministers, counsellors and navy In glittering uniforms, addressed the members of the douraa assembled before him. The -tone of the speech from the throne was conciliatory. It expressed the Emperor's wish that relief be given to the peasants in their present unfortunate conditions and called on the members of Parlia...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 May 1906

.mwnr nnm ttaiTY TflP BEST When tho maker of a medicine, sold through druggists for family use, take his patients fully Into his confidence by frankly and fearlessly publishing broadcast as well as on its bottlo wrappers, a full list of all Its ingredients in plain English, this action on his paft is the best possible evldance that he is mot afraid to have the soarch light of Investigation turned full upon his formula and that It will bear the fullest scrutiny and the most thorough .Investigation. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for the cure of the weaknesses, periodical pains and functional derangements of the organs distinctly feminine, Is the only medlcino put up for sale through druggists for woman's special use. the maker of which Is not afraid to take his patients Into his full confidence by mica opon and honest publicity. ,, . A glance at the published Ingredients on each bottle wrapper, will show that It Is made wholly from native, American, medicinal roots, that It conta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 May 1906

fe Treaw's'Rwt If I w emu ILK DIXON, ILLINOIS. Bo You Own A Rain Goat?? i i 4 4 4 1905 May 2, 8, 17, 28. June 2, 5, 5, 8, 15. X, 8, 8, 8. 13. 12, 31. 1, 1, 2, 8, 13, 12. 18, SO, 2, 2, 8, 15, 5, 13, 1, July Auk. No mah but the one who has worn a rain coat can appreciate the usefulness of such a garment. Young men wear them exclusively. Rain coats answer the purpose of a light weight overcoat or top coat. These coats are cut 50 to 52 inches long made from the new diagonals, fancy worsteds and black unfinished. 4 4 4 4 Price $12.50 to $25. THE BOAST OF HEALTH. We Often Precede Serious If Not Fatal Sickness. AIT flfWnrs knnw thnt Inst hpfnra Scerv.tiiis ;'terrbr stiir lurking "benegtti " Lindsay SenTagn, jnjeTpfc the editors' Of. -- - ....... mm m i. 'M.I 1 I " , .H II CI K& m" A .'i. , K In n in tne otner -was suspended from a cord which passed small pulley, .The latter on a horizontal axis end'; ter of the dial. . To ised Kni ieath the patient often experiences what is cal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 May 1906

ASHTOI The Gazette. VOL. XII. NO. 13. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 586. NEW PRIMARY LAW IS PASSED Bill Passed Both Houses of the Legislature Mid Exciting Scenes . LT. GOV. SHERMAN DENOUNCES MEASURE IN VITRIOLIC SPEECH The Uv, Thoufh In Many Ways Imperfect Is the Best to fce Had at PresentPrimary Election August 4. The special session of th,e Forty-Fourth General Assembly is now a matter of history, that august body .having: adjourned after a thirty-seven day's session. The Primary Election Law which was the object of the special session and which was watched with intense interest by our citizens and the state passed the Senate with an easy majority of 31 to 14. The measure barely missed defeat in the House, receiving 77 votes the necessary number required to pass the law. The members of this, the thirtyfifth senatorial district who voted for it were Senator Chas. Hughes of Dixon, Representative Castle of Sandwich and Sheldon of Rock Falls, all republicans. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 May 1906

1HE.ASHT0N GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN,, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. TROOPS TO DOMINGO. IX HUNDRED U. S. MARINES SENT TO THE ISLAND. Cralnpr Columbia Sails from Philadelphia Equipped for Hard Flgrht- ; In ir Old Dlapnte with Mexico Mettled by Signing- of Treaty. The cruiser Columbia saiied from the Philadelphia navy yard Monday for Sumo Domingo, carrying 000 marines equipped for hard lighting. The situation in Santo Domingo has become critical, end it is reported that the authorities at Washington have been driven to take a band. They find their justification for armed interference in the necessity for preserving the safety of the custom houses now under the guardianship and con! in! of this country. That the Navy Department looks for serious trouble when the marines are landed is shown by the fact that the squads arriving were all equipped for hard campaign service. The men themselves expect to see some fighting before they get back. The marines on board the Columbia ore the pick of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 May 1906

PASS PRDIARY LAW. BOTH HOUSES ADOPT MEASURE AND ADJOURN. Leader Work Hard to Get Required Number of Vote Drumatlo Scene at Roll Cull Session Bud on Its Thlrtr-seventh Day. fiprlnsficld correspondence: The house adopted the conference committee's report of the prlmury bill Wednesday by a vote of 77 yens to 50 jiujs. The Senate followed with sim ilar action, and the two houses ad Jom'uod sine die at 8 o'clock at night. The special session came to an end on Its thirty-seventh day. When the two houses met at 11 o'clock there was some fear 'that there might bo a hitch In the program, which provided for the passage of the bill during the day, and final adjournment The Republicans In the bouse bad one ' less than enough votes to pass the bill. The opening of the session was delayed until the tloor leaders got a Prohlbl tlonlst and made sure that every Re- publican who could be depended on was In his seat. When the roll was called the caution was proved to have been justified. Exactly the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 May 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year ... - $1.00 Six months, Three mouths .50 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1906. MEN OF MUSCLE. Monarch s Who Performed Some Wonderful Feats of Strength. Augustus the Strong of Saxony In his playful moods would seize a couple of courtiers, oue in each hund, and hold them out at arm's length. He would twist stout iron bars around their necks for collars and straighten horseshoes with a wrench of his muscular fingers, while on one occasion, when the horse of one of his attendants refused to budge, he put his herculean shoulders under it and walked away with horse and rider together. George Castriot, prince of Albania, wielded such a powerful sword that he could sever a bull's head at a single stroke, while once, for a wager, he walked off with ten of his courtiers standing on a platform. Charlemagne, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 May 1906

0 30C 30C Hi Screen Doors 1 "V MT 1 li 1 1 3ri"f' i"H vv e nave a very uuuiyieie uuc t n i i . ... . : or screen aoors ana our prices are exceedingly low. We sell the "Wabash" doors which are as good as can be made. If you can use some doors 2-6 by 6-6 in size, we can sell them to you for 65 cents each, other sizes from II .00 up.' V 0 4 t t ft t i ' 91 j , . .at Bt.-nil lr'TiMi n Ill Tec Cream Trcezers We have them in all sizes at the right Prices. III Jl . fyfrigmtors We have a line of Refrigerators in all styles and sizes. We can sell you a splendid zinc , lined refrigerator 3 for 17.00. Moore (Si Glenn. Big flaw Lot of JoomSiztd Hugs Big Urn lot of mattings Big Hew lot of Linoleums 1 BtUew lot of'CarpetsFurniture Stock Bigger than ever. Everything Delivered to your house FREE. Everything to fix up the home after house cleaning. Come look NOW. Buy when ready. The Keyes Furniture and Carpet Rooms, Great House-Iurnisliing Concern of Northern Illinois DIXON, ILLINOIS. Phone 161 216-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 May 1906

MEMORIAL DAY. A DECORATION DAT QUERY. Twine laurels to lay o'er tbe Blue and the Gray ; spread wreaths where our heroes rest : Let the song of the North echo back from the South for tbe lore that Is truest and best ! Twin wreaths for the graves of our Grant and our Lee, one anthem for Jackson and Meade. And tbe Sag above you Is the banner for me one people In name and In deed ! Clasp hands o'er the craves where hands our o'er laureled ones He clasp tne uray ana tne Blue ; To-day we arc brothers and bound by a tie that the years shall but serve to renew. By the side of the Northman who peace fully sleeps where tropical odors are snea A son of the South his companionship keeps one flag o'er the two heroes spread. Weave tokens of love for the heroes in Blue: weave wreaths for the heroes in Gray ; Clasp brotherly hands o'er the graves that are new for the love that Is ours to-day : A trinity given to bless, to, )iulte three p!o..o, ;?eM to keup," AbC a kinship which nevor a grievance sh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 May 1906

Treating Wrong Disease. Many times women call on their famflj physicians, suffering, as they imagine ono from dyspepsia, another from heart disease, another from liver or kidney disease, another from nervous exhaustion or prostration, another with pain here and there, and in this way they all present alike to themselves and their easy-going and indlfforent, or over-busy doctor, sopam to and distinct diseases, for which he, assuming them to be such, prescribes bit pills and potions. In reality, they are all only nimptfims caused by some uterlna disease. The physician, Ignorant of the cause of suffering, encourages this practice until large bills are made. Tho suffering patlentgets no better, but probably worse, by reason of the delay, wrong treatment and coasecjuent complications. A proper medicine like Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription, directed to the cause would havo entlroly removed too disease, thoreby dispelling all those distressing symptoms, and instituting comfort instead o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 May 1906

V El fill i J a in T If DIXON, ILLINOIS. Clothes talk.... VERY SUIT that leaves this store advertises for us. We insist that evry suit sold here be right, even to min utest details, No store is as particular and exacting about the style and fit of clothes as this store. You not only get better clothes at this store, but better fit and style. Men's suits in new greys and fancy worsteds single and double breasted slyles Price $10 to $25. Perhaps you think you know how to buy clothes. If you do, you , are one of the few that does know. I si Methodist Services. As announced last Sabbath the service Sunday evening will be demoted to the memory of the old soldiers. Mayor A. W. Rosecrans will deliver the address, which fact insures something- good. We most cordially invite all the Grand Army together with all veterans of the Civil and Cuban wars. Appropriate music will be rendered and all endeavor will be made to honor the memory, of the soldier living and dead. Presbyterian Notes. Comrade...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 May 1906

Fhe ashton Gazette. VOL. XII. NO. 14. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THtfKSDAY, MAY 31, 1906. WHOLE NUMBEE 587. CITIZENS MEET TO HONOR BOYS OF '61 AND '98 Methodist Church Crowded . Patriotic Citizens With ELOQUENT ADDRESS GIVEN BY REV. J. R. HAMILTON Flemnt Weather Aide la Making Oil Soldiers Sacred Day Lone to be Remembered. On account of threatening rain the fore part of the week, the plans as to holding the Memorial services yesterday were changed and were held in the Methodist Church, which was filled to over flowing- with patriotic citizens The old veterans met at the city hall and led by the Lafayette Band, with John M. Trostle as tnarshall of the day, marched to the Methodist Church where the exercises were held. The meeting- was opened with a beautiful selection by the La fayette Band after which Rev, J. H. Johnson, pastor of the United Evangelical Church, pro nounced the invocation. The Ashton Male Quartet composed of Messrs. R. R. Schuster, R. J. Dean, E. S. Farringer and H. G. Wisman...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 May 1906

THE ASMON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOia DARK DAY IN 11USSIA. SEVEN unpopular officials ARE ASSASSINATED. Ke-rolutlonUta Moke Bold Work In Dlnpoiine of Marked Men Wn Tina-Fung Retire from OfBce In Distrust Such an outbreak of political murders and attempts at murder as lias not been ecu before in many months made Friday dark day for Russia. Almost hourly re reports coming in of the assassination of nn official hated by the people. 'Within twenty-four hours seven murders of this kind and many attempts have been reported from' different parts of the country. Revolutionists are working more actively and openly than they have dared to 4o for some time. Their agents are circulating among the peasants, stirring up Siatred of the nobles and landlords, and there is a prospect that the reign of the bullet and bomb has only begun. The assassinations took place at many parts of the country, demonstrating h6w -widely spread is the present anarchistic outbreak. During a meet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 May 1906

HONOR A WAR NURSE. MONUMENT TO MOTHER BICKERDYKE AT GALESBURG. Soldiers of Civil War Join 'in' Fortieth Annual Encampment of Illinois O. A. R. Choose a Private for Commander. Galesburir Corresposdence : Delegations o veterans from nil parts of the State poured ipto Galcsburg Tuesday to attend the fortieth annual encampment of the department of Illinois of the Grand Army of the Republic and th meeting of the allied organizations. Thi exercises began with the unveiling of the Mother Bickerdyke monument Tuesday afternoon. The dedication speech was delivered by former Gov. Yates and short addresses were also made by James Tanner, commander-in-chief of the G. A. B. ! Gen. Smith, commander of Illinois, and others. This monument was erected by the State of .Illinois to Mother Bickerdyke, the famous Civil War nurse. The figures, which are of bronze, are nearly eight feet in length. The monument was made possible by a $5,000 appropriation by the Jtllinois Legislature. The sculptors are H. II...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 May 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, MAY 31, 1906. CITIZENS MEET TO HONOR BOYS OF '61 AND '98. Continued from Page 1. One in which we recount the toils and hardships of those that are alive and remain. Hence it is that we do not on this day indulge ourselves in sports and pleasures, but solemnly think and feel and speak and do. This springtime day is eminently suited. A day in autumn would rather remind us of the austirities of grim deadly warfare. But we do not seek to perpetuate such memories. Nor that of the victory in war over our fellows. Hence we have not chosen autumn but springtime. Life is suggested to us, renewed life, by the grassy sward and leafy tree and the opening flower, and the carol of the bird hinting to us of that earthly immortality which is to atta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 May 1906

i t v Screen Doors We have a very complete line of screen doors and our prices are exceedingly low. We sell the "Wabash" doors which are as good as can be made. If you can use some doors 2-6 by 6-6 in size, we can sell them to you for 65 cents each, other sizes from 11.00 up. Ice Cream Treezers We have them in all . sizes at the right Prices. 1 ' 2 - r-TT: -7d, J ? lr wfi " f? ""-" s If '-".'"'ii'r It. I JMilf T(jVi- Refrigerators We have a line of Kefrigerators in all styles and sizes. We can sell you a splendid zinc lined refrigerator for $7.00. Moore (Sl Glenn. 1 f nfnnilff riiTiii iriilil'aiiifiiMiii'.iifi-if fitMMM'-'' Big Hew Lot of HoomSized Hugs Big Hew fot of Wattings Big Uew lot of Linoleums . .? . "Bfo llew lot of Carpets - Furniture Stock Bigger than ever. Everything Delivered to your house FREE. Everything to fix up the home after house cleaning. Come look NOW. Buy when ready. i The Keyes Furniture and Carpet Rooms, Groat Honse-Inrnisliiiig Concern of Northern Illinois ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 May 1906

TWO KINLiS OF PEOPLE. No j the two kinds of people oa earth I moan Are the people who lift and the people who lean. Wherever you go you vill find the world's masses Are always divided in just these two classes. And, oddly enough, you will find, too, I ween, There is only one lifter to twenty who lean. In which class are you? Are you easing the load Of overtaxed lifters who toil down the road? Or are you a leaner, who lets others bear Your portion of labor and worry and care? Ella Wheeler Wilcox. A Complicated Plot j , OWLES regarded the girl gravely. She returned his glance with one of half-veiled tenderness. Each noted the other's expression with something between disapproval and reluctance. ' Cowles said to himself : "It's a nasty, contemptible position to find one's self in. She's only a child and it doesn't mean anything." That was as coherent as he would allow even his thoughts to become on this subject disconnected fragments that suggested something disagreeably definite but u...

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