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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 May 1906

NO MAN IS STRONOER THAN HIS STOMACH. Let the greatest athlote have dyspepsia and his muscles would soon fail. Physical strength is derived from food. If a man has insufficient food he loses strength. If he has no food he dies. Food is converted into nutrition through the stomach and bowels. It depends on the strength of the stomach to what extent food eaten is digested and assimilated. People can die of starvation who have abundant food to eat, when the stomach and Its associate organs of digestion and nutrition do not perform their duty. Thus the stomach Is really the vital organ of the body. If the stomach is " weak" the body will be weak also, because It Is upon the stomach the body relies for Its strength. And as the body, considered as a whole, is made up of its several members and organs, so the weakness of the body as a consequence of "weak" stomach will be distributed among the organs which compose the body. If the body is weak because it is ill-nourished that physical weakn...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 May 1906

T girl? 7f 0 w 0 0 n 0 wmm DIXON, ILLINOIS. GOOD CLOTHES. Because you wear expensive clothes does not always mean that you are well dressed. It matters little if the fabric is the finest if the clothes have not the proper make and character. Some may think because they buy clothes at a local tailor and pay a big price, they have better clothes than can be bought at good clothes stores. The best dressed men in America are wearing ready to wear clothes, but not the ordinary ready to wear clothes so generally sold throughout the country, but high class clothes such as are only sold at this Store. ? Presents For Am I anrtMnp more? . ynn.' almogreeertpil fitiwt rligtftnpfl with A School Graduates g Pretzel Town Needs It. Judging from the tenor Billy Sunday's latest published petition to the Almightv, th denizens over in Freeport need a thorough cleaning1 up. In his prayer he says: "Go through the churches, Oh Lord, and clean them, clean us, Oh Lord, we are sick and dis gusted with the fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 June 1906

FHE ASHT0I; GAZETTE. VOL. XII. NO. 15. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1906. WHOLE NUMBEK 588. CONVENTION AT FRANKLIN GROVE Annual Weetlna of Lee County Sunday Schools to be Held In Neighboring Village AN EXTENSIVE PROGRAM HAS BEEN PREPARED Dates for Convention are Tuesday and Wed nesday June 1 9th and 2 Oth Sessions to Be Held In the Methodist Church The annual convention of the Sunday Schools of Lee county will be held this year in' Frank hn Grove. The first session will convene at 10:30 a. m. on June 19 and the last session will be on the afternoon of June 20th A verv extensive program has been arranged and the general topic will be, " 'What Are We Doing-?' and 'What Are We Go ing- to Do?' " A. T. Arnold, state worker, will have a part on the orosTam. which follows in full. Tuesday Morning June 19th 10:30 Ooeninsr Prayer Service Fred Blocher. 11:00 What Are We Doing- as Individuals? Responded to by Everybody. 11:30 What will We Do with the Deleg-ates? Responded to by Entertai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 June 1906

THE ASH I ON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN,, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. SPOIL BRIDAL HOME. DESTRUCTIVE WORK OF DALS IN TOLEDO. VAN- Honne Prepared for Bride In Entered and FnrninhliiKH Torn Down and Ilednoed to Shreds Water DamiiKC More than Fire. Vandalism, supposed to have been committed by a jealous rival, has played tiavoc with the newly furnished home of David B. Orwig of Toledo, who with his bride of three days is on a trip to Buffalo rad Niagara Falls. Neighbors found the front door of his house standing open. An investigation showed that every carpet had been torn up and cut into shreds, curtains and hangings were torn down nd two beds wore burned. All the gas Jets were turned on. How it happened that the house was not burned is a mystery. From cellar to garret there was not a room that escaped the devastation of the vandal or vandals, and even the trunks were torn open and clothing thrown out and torn to shreds. Pictures bad been taken from the walls and tamped upon. Apparently ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 June 1906

i. 1 ONE MAN'S WAY. "Such undue freedom, sir," I said, I cannot understand." But he looked deep into ray eyes And simply kept my hand. "Merely a friend you are," I said, "And liberties like this I never will permit." But he He only took the kiss. "My lover? Nonsense, sir!" I said. "I never can love you." But he he took me in his arms, And said, "Xou do, you do !" ""I cannot marry you," I ssld, , "And live with you for life." He simply said, "You will, you will 1" And now I am his wife. -James T. White. -a. . . .4. . a a. . .... J" I T T I T 'V 'i1 F V 'I T'J V V I TtWtP THE FLOOD. FOR the first time In his life Raymond Vance was visiting a river farm with Its wide fields of corn and cotton and cane. The great oak trees with their waving draperies of long gray moss were a never-failing delight to him. And aside from all this were Madge and Jack, his cousins, whom he had never met before and who were quite as unique as the farm and the moss in his eyes.. The Vance farm-house was a lar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 June 1906

V THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year - - - - $1.00 Six months, .... .SO Three months - - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, "Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1906. STUDYING BOTANY When first Glenfield Pearse went to the reading room at the British museum he was so weighed down with thought of his own Insignificance and the ponderous amount of books that were already In the world that he almost gave up the idea of writing at all. For it was not as a struggling author yearning to earn his bread that be came to consult some of the million odd volumes, but because, being an authority on the botany of his own country, he had been asked to write a . paper on that subject. The subdued voices of the officials, the deadened footfalls on the soft flooring, rebuked his enthusiasm. Then the tangle of catalogues on that center table! It was through one of those lists that Gle...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 June 1906

s t fiamtnocks We have purchased a manufacturer's line of sample Hammocks which we can sell at wholesale price. These goods are very pretty and in good condition. It will pay you to see them if you want a Hammock. IWfat People JIre Doing. Water and Jelly Glasses, 25c a The Racket. dizen. Mrs Robt. Moore of Dixon Geo. Miller is spending- a few J "fi'e'l her mother here last Jf days at home. Rev. Schuster went to Streator Monday noon. wfeek. M. H. days at wfeek. Randall spent several home the last of the 'f Refrigerators Our refrigerators are selling fast but we s'till have some "White Mountains" to sell for $7,50 and $8.50. These are truly bargains. 5J? Saturday. Frank Wagner and wife went Screen Doors doors We still have a full line of screen in regular sizes and at right prices. Those of you who can use a 2-6x6-6 door will find our 65c, 75c and 85c doors rare Bargains. Moore (Si Glenn. A 1 . 'j iiva ijriswoui ana wire were business callers in Dixon Thurs day. Henry Gross went to Di...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 June 1906

SAGE ON MEATS. PRESIDENT COMMENTS ON CONDITIONS IN PACK1NGTOWN. Itcport of CoiiimiHMioiiorN Xclll tlnil ItcyiiolilM Sent to CoiiKrej with Demand that Linv Dc 1'iinncd for Itlgld IiiNiiortioii lit Stockyards. President Roosevelt Monday transmitted to Congress the first in t;llli!iit of the report of Charles I'. Xeill mid .lames li. Reynolds, appointed by him to investigate eonditions ill the Chicago stockyards. The report contains allegations of a llsngnrd of tlie first principles of le.-in-ih'ess in Pnekingtown, but falls to iinke ninny of the sensational charges th.it have been rumored. In commenting upon tho document the President s-ays that it reveals a "revolting" condition of affairs, but calls attention to the fatt that most of the allegations of his commissioners apply to canned meats and not to the dressed product t!i;U is the main staple of the people's food. As an absolutely necessary remedy, Mr. Roosevelt recommends the passage of the Beveridge amendment providing for a r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 June 1906

DISFIGURING SKIN HUMOR. Impossible to Qet Employment, as Face and Body Were Covered with Sores Cured by Cuticura. "Since the year 1804 I have been troubled with a very bad case of eczema which I have spent hundreds of dollars trying to cure, and I went to the hospital, but they failed to cure me, and it was getting worse all the time. Five weeks ago my wife bought a box of Cuticura Ointment and one cake of Cuticura Soap, and I am pleased to say that I am now com pletely cured and well. It was Impos sible for me to get employment, as my face, head and body were covered with It. The eczema first appeared on the top of my head, and it had worked all the way around down the back of my neck and around to my throat, down my body and around the hips. It itched so I would be obliged to scratch It, and the flesh was raw. I am now all well, and I will be pleased to recom mend the Cuticura Remedies to all per sons who wish a speedy and permanent cure of skin diseases. Thomas M. Rosslter, 290 P...

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

T WU V b am DIXON, ILLINOIS. GOOD CLOTHES TALK. The man who wants a rough and ready suit may not care where he buys it, but the man who wants good clothes; clothes he is particular about and insists on being right, invariably comes to the store. If you want clothes that are different from those you may have been buying, clothes that have character and individuality, this is the store for you to come to. The approaching hot days have brought many customers to this store for two piece suits. These popular summer garments are made from stylish gray worsteds and blue serges, cut in double or single breasted styles, pants witli cuffs or without. Dfisac &-Mr 7-50, 10.00, 12.50, rrlSKa 15.00, 18.00,20.00. r) J si si 4 si ft si 4 9 3? Presents For School Graduates IT is now about the time of the year that you will be receiving graduating invitations and you first turn to thinking what to buy for a present. We have a nice line of articles that i.-re very nice and suitable for Pre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 June 1906

Fhe ashti )N Gazette. TOL. XII. NO. 16. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, YUtfftSDAY, JUNE 14,' WHOLE NUMBER 589. 21 CHILDREN'S DAY IN THE CHURCHES Programs By the Children to Take Place of Regular Services TWO PROGRAMS TO BE GIVEN IN CITY. Good Prozrams Have Been Prepared From the Different Sunday Schools la the county. The Children's Day exercises of the Bradford Church will be held next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. At the Presbyterian Church the exercises will take the place of the Sunday evening service and the program follows. Organ Voluntary Song "Neath the Banner, God'9 Love" School Prayer Scripture reading Anthem Song "March, O March Away" School. Greeting Three little girls The Children's Feast Primary Class The Day for the Children Henry Stephan Song Serving the King Class No. 2 Growing Ruth McMillan The Workers Class No. 10 1 The Love Song Kenneth Randall Let Us Smile Harold Heckart Song "The Children's Feast" School Flower Jewels Six Girls Guess Me Andrus Griffith The Butterfly SongCla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 June 1906

1HE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN. Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. HELD FOR PARRICIDE. NEBRASKA YOUTHS REST UNDER TERRIBLE ACCUSATION. Snl.l In llnve Murdered Their Father with Olijet-t of KoltbliiK lllm !HH Uillonvule (Ohi Mlae Fired 1'iion. Jesse and Noah Heacllcy, aged respectively 1!) and 14 years, were arrested in Craig, Neb., on the recommendation of the coroner's jury on a charye of nrardering their father, .Tacot) L. Ileadley. The body of the father, a wealthy farmr, who had been missing from his home for a month, was found ihe other day, lying iu a creek with a bullet hole in the back of the head. A bundled dollars, which he had with hira when he left liome on the morning of his disappearance, was missing. Robbery is the alleged motive for the criute. It is saifl the elder son was in debt. STRIFE TOR THE PENNANTS. Standing of Clubs in Principal Base Ball Leagues. RATIONAL LEAGUE. w. t W. T. Chicago ..-.T!0 Pittsburg ...31 New York... "2 l'liil'delphia 28 Ki'St. i,oni?.... 23 2...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 June 1906

. ILLINOIS ' W STATB NEWS MORMON II08IK IS SOLD. Place Where Brlgham Yonnff Lived at Nnavoo Transferred for f400. In the wake of a report that officials . the Mormon church are disposing of a Urge part of the property owned by the sect in Salt Lake City, Utah, comes the intelligence that the old brick dwellings at Nauvoo, which Brigham Young once called home and which for over five years -harbored three of his favorite wives, has passed from the hands of the family that lias owned it since the Mormons were driven out of Hancock county. Capt. Joseph Reichtmann, an old river man, -Mv hmiirht the old residence of the founder of the Mormon church from a former Chicagoan, Dr. J. w. rarser, a resident of Peoria, for $400. Dr. Parker, who at one time occupied the chair of lecturing physician in a Chicago medical college, lived in it when a boy with liis pnrents and has been its owner for over a quarter of ft century. He inherited the property from his father. Capt. Reichtmann will add a st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 June 1906

TriE 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, JUNE 14, 1906. HINTS FOR FARMERS Fattening Evh, Ewes generally are fattened after their lambs are weaned, which should sot be later than Aug. 1. Owing to tot weather and scarcity of pasture they are generally in low condition, and it is necessary to go slowly at first In a few days, when their milk will ot trouble, try putting them on some fresh pasture. Rape is a good thing. Almost anything for a change will do good. Then begin giving a small feed of grain, corn, oats and bran or oilmeal. This should be gradually increased to one pound per day, which, if their pasture is good, should be sufficient. If their teeth are bad, crack the orn; don't grind it In hot weather, if there are no shade trees near, it is a good plan to let sheep ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 June 1906

Jyammocks We have purchased a manufacturer's line of sample Hammocks which we can sell at wholesale price. These goods are very pretty and in good condition. It will pay you to see them if you want a Hammock. Refrigerators Our refrigerators are selling fast but we still have some "White Mountains" to sell for $7,50 and $8.50. These are truly bargains. Screen Doors We still have a full line of screen doors in regular sizes and at right prices. Those of you who can use a 2-6x6-6 door will find our 65t. 75c and 85c doors Bargains. ' ' rare J Moore' . Glenn; m SPECIAL SALE FOR FIVE DAYS , ON Room-sized Rugs, Ingrain Carpets, ; Mattinrfs. Lace Curtains, ,.. Iron Beds, Dressers, Chairs, Dining -Room Tables, Sideboards and Couches. Your opportunity for Bargains has never been better. Kemember until Saturday night, June 16th. The Keyes Furniture and Carpet. Rooms, Great Home-fnnutt Concern of Northern Illinois DIXON, ILLINOIS. Phonb 161 216-218 First St. Wamted ! Every Potato Bug within ten...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 June 1906

HOME AGAIN. Babe, be good to daddy, Mother Isn't here; Babe, be good to daddy, Lie still, that's a dear ; That's right, chew your thumb and g , Daddy's all alone with-you, Y e -. -1! .ill n Ant Daddy's full of fear. Babe, be good to daddy Yes, indeed, you can Have whate'er you long for, Here's a painted fan That your mother prizes high Here's your mother's beads, and, why! Here's dad's watch ! now bye-o-bye, Be a little man. Babe, be good to daddy, You're a lump of bliss ! Babe, be good to daddy What? You want a kiss? Mother's upped and gone away To the neighbor's upsedy! Guess her mind's made up to stay, Stay all day, you wis. Babe, be good to daddy Now I hear her call I Babe! your mother's home again! Hear her in the hall? Swing her beads around with glee, And her fan Here,! let that be! Give that watch back here to me I Squalling? Well, then squall! Houston Post IF? ELIOIA HAVEN awoke that moraine with the sense of being q now world fiho was In the perttlest room of the unfamilia...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 June 1906

One of the- most Inteivslliifr freak statues in KnsliUiiI In to tlu; memory of Sir li. Ilulinw. It Is to be Keen In the church :it Yarmouth, lslo of Wight. The funny thing about It Is that It was not 'originally Intended to represent that naval eelubrlty. It was sculptured for stud represented Louis XIV. of France and was being conveyed to that country when the vessel containing it (and also the sculptor) was captured by an 'English ship coinmanUed by Sir It. Holmes. The body was finished, the head being loft for completion on its arrival in France. On learning who it vas for the Knglisli commander compelled the sculptor to finish it by chiseling his (Holmes') head on the King's body. The Tnited States lighthouse service cost .$4,500,000 a year. Food Products enable you to enjoy your meal without having to spend half your time between them over a hot cook-stove. All the cooking it done in Libby's kitchen a kitchen at clean and neat a your own, and there' nothing for you to do but en...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 June 1906

V 0 0 0 DIXON, ILLINOIS. Ashton Young Men Wear Good Clothes. It is hard for us to tell you in this small space about the clothes we sell. It would be difficult to explain the difference between these and the ordinary clothes sold at the average store. To appreciate the superiority of these clothes it is necessary to see them, try them on examine the workmanship closely, for good workmanship is our strongest talking point. There are many of the best dressers in ASHTON wearing our clothes, per haps you have seen them, for the clothes are readily distinguished from those you generally see. We sell clothes to the best dressers of a number of the surrounding towns . where there are many clothing stores, because our clothes are better than can be bought in most places. J 4 Presents School n Graduates n IT is now about -the time of the year that you will be receiving graduating invitations and you first turn to thinking what to buy for a present. We have a nice line of articles that are ve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 June 1906

The ashton Gazette. VOL. XII. NO. 17. NINE GRADUATED FROM ASHTON HIGH SCHOOL Six Young Ladles and Three Young Men Receive Diplomas For the Completion of their Course EXERCISES AT OPERA HOUSE WERE VERY LARGELY ATTENDED Several Hundred Persons Failed To Gain Admittance Owlnf to Size of the CrowdPleasant Weather Helps Make Exercises Successful THE GRADUATES. Eva Adeline Arnold Mildred Grace Bowers Lex Hartzell Lucy Alice Hart Clara Christina Krug Ellen Elizabeth Yenerich Glenn Rosecrans John Stephan Amanda Minnie Vaupel The Eighteenth annual graduating exercises of the Ash ton High School were held in the opera house Friday evening. Ten hours before time for the exercises to begin, every seat in the house was sold. It is estimated that three or four hundred people were unable to purchase tickets and no doubt many more never attempted to purchase tickets after learning of the shortage of seats. After the graduates had , ,' taken their places on the platform the invocation , was pro- pas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 June 1906

THE ASHTOIM GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN,, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. PBANK WRECKS TRAIN MYSTERY OF DERAILING FLYER IS SOLVED. OF Farmer'n Daughter In Ohio Wedged Spike Between ItnlU to See It Manned Search After Marder Clew RevealN Fortune. Little Alio? Kyle, a school girl and Daughter of a farmer residing between Macksburg and Elba, Ohio, has confessed to having caused the wreck of the Pennsylvania flyer near the latter town on a recent night, in which two passenger coaches were overturned and the engine, tender and mail car hurled down an embankment. The girl, who is 12 years of age, says that she wedged a rail bolt between the ends of two rails just to see the train smash it, as it had smashed nails and pennies at other times for her. The girl will not be arrested, as the railroad officials are satisfied that it -was a childish prank and had no intent. STRIFE FOB, THE PENNANTS. Standing of Clubs in Principal Base Ball Leagues. NATIONAL LEAGUE. w. L. W. Chicago ri!t I'i'.islmrg ..;u ...

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