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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 June 1906

Ill ILLINOIS m w STATE NEWS' rnEBicT big apple crop. "Yield of i:, 000,000 BuKhel Expected ill One llllnol Comity. . A 2,000,000 bushel apple prop will be jprodueed 'by the orchards of Cay county this fall, according to what the orchardlets are predicting, and the phenomenal .yield of 1802, when 300,000 barrels of .apples were exported from this county, will be eclipsed by the crop this year. Every orchard in this countrj has a set of fruit and the greater number of orchards have so many apples on the trees that it will tax them to stand up under the weight after the apples have developed. All the varieties of apples are about equally fruited, but the orchards of this section are principally Ben Davis. The yield of Jonathan, Willow Twig and Winesap will be large. The acreage of producing orchards is greater this year than at any other time in the history of the apple crop 0 the country. After the large crop of 1892 thousands of acres of young orchnrds were set out an i will produce ...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 June 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, JUNE 2X, 1906. J CONVENTION DATES. 9 Under the new primary $ law the dates for the com5 ing- senatorial, congressional 3 and state conventions this g year will be as follows: Primaries, August 4. August 9, all county con3 ventions. August 14, all senatorial conventions. j August 16, all congres- 5 5 sional conventions. I August 21, all state con5 ventions. 3 Hereafter a 1 1 primaries & 5 will be held the last Satur- g day in April, with county conventions on the Thurs- 5 5 day following; all senatorial 3 conyentions on the second j Tuesday; all congressional g conventions on the second 8 S Thursday, and all siate conventions on the third TuesFRANKLIN GROVE CAMP MEETING Continued from Page 1. give the address at the afte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 June 1906

M ) dammocks 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 wfll find our 65c, 75c and 85c doors rare Bargains. Moore (Si Glenn. New thing's in Brass Iron Beds The standard wood beds or the new Neapolitan beds in maple or quarter-sawed oak; dainty dressers in bird's-eye maple, oak and mahogany to match; luxurious hair, fine soft, elastic felt, and ther restful mattresses; pillows, bed spreads, etc., everything for thtf chamber in the newest and latest style. About sixty room-size rugs left; the prices now made on them makes every one a bargain. Special sale on ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 June 1906

MY MOTHER. Underneath this tall oak, spreading, Mother's there just waiting there. Why should I the grave be dreading, When my mother's there? Though the day was dark and dreary ; Though the night was cold and bleak, Home, e'en then, was bright and cheery, Could 1 hear my mother speak. Close beside this willow, weeping, Mother sleeps that sleep so mild. Why should I Death's oall be fearing, When my mother smiled? Though the grave be lone and gloomy ; Though Death's hand in anguish creeps, This one thought will calm and cheer me, Night is day where mother sleeps. Kev. J. Will Jacksou. UNDER THE HORSE BARN. i Y friend Captain Marabee has led a life as adventurous as 'ever was pictured In a sensa tional novel. Yet when I asked him to tell me about his narrowest escape, It was not of war-time he spoke, nor of the West, nor of his later days as a diver, but of something that befell him almost fifty years ago, when he was a boy on the home farm. I remember that mother was Just about as cr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 June 1906

IN STRICT CONFIDENCE. Women Obtain Mrs. Pinkham's Advice and Help. CHILD'S AWPUI SKIN HUMOR. ha Hal Guided Thousand! to Health. How I.ydia 3. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Cured Mra. Alloa Berryhill. V A 4I...R.rrvhl'! It is a (rreat satisfaction for a ' woman to feel ' that she can write to another telling her the most priI vate and confidential details about her illness, and .know thatherletI ter will be seen by 'a woman only. Many thousands of cases of female diseases come be: fore Mrs. Pinkham every year, some personally, others by mail. Mrs. Pinkham is the daughter-in-4awof Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-five years under her direction and since her decease she has been advising sick women free of charge. Mrs. Pinkham never violates the confidence of women, and every testimonial letter published is done so with the written consent or request of the writer, in order that other sick women may be benefited as she has been. Mrs. Alice Berryhill, of 313 Boyce Street, Chattanooga, Ten...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 June 1906

DIXON, ILLINOIS. Dse Judgment When Buying Clothes . . . OU TAKE no chances of getting out of date or shop-worn clothes at this store. Our stock is turned over from two to three times each year, hence is always fresh. A suit of clothes that you must wear from six months to three years should he selected with care as to durability, style and general appearance. The clientele that patronize this store demand clothes that are right, and know good clothes. It is our purpose to keep the stock in this store always fresh. To do this we must close out at a sacrifice the odd lots which accumulate toward the end of a season. In these lots are suits that sold from 912.50 to $22.50, which will be sold at $8.50, $10.50 and $13.50. This is an opportunity for you to buy the best clothes at prices asked for inferior goods. NINE GRADUATED FROM ASHTON HIGH SCHOOL Continued from Page 1. most important, to be sure; yet, reputation is unspeakaly important. In the course of his essay Mr.' Stephan held out...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 June 1906

n. The ashtqisj Gazette. VOL. XII. NO. 18. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 591. jj .1 SCHOOL BOARD HIRES TEACHER Prof. V. R- Mcknight of Spring Valley to Head School Here MANY APPLICANTS FOR POSITION The Gentleman Engaged Comes Very Highly Recommended-Has Had Charge of Large City Schools. Prof. Virgil R. McKnight; for the past three years superintendent of the schools of Spring- Valley has accepted the position of principal of the school in this city. The board of directors have had scores of applications for the position and many of whom are excellent men. Prof. McKnight was here a few days ;igo and the board examined his credentials very carefully and consider him a yery able man. Mr. McKnight is a mart about fifty-five years of age, and his reason for leaving Spring Valley and coming to Ashton is on account of his wife's health, wishing to get away from the river. Prior to locating in Spring Valley he was superintendent of schools in Marion, Indiana for si...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 June 1906

T HE ASM ON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN,, Publisher. A6HTON, ILLINOIS. SAID TO HAVE INFLUENCED MILLIONAIRE'S MIND. Boa anil Dnushlpr of Chan. C. Hna dock Sne Their Stepmother for Shnre of KMtolc MurilerM Wife for Love of Pretty Widow. That Charles C. Haddock, late Chicago millionaire, was induced to will away real and personal properly worth $1,000,000 "by the directing hand of the dead" is the allegation made in a sensational suit which has been filed in the courts of Los Angeles county, California. The suit is brought by Frank 1. Haddock and his ister, Mrs. Sarah Haddock '.Vhitsett, gainst Mrs. Cynthia Willctf Haddock, widow of the dead millionaire. Chicago spirit mediums are held responsible for the action of Mr. Haddock in disposing of his property. It is charged that the millionaire was induced to give credence to their pretensions and that they gradually obtained such an influence over hiin that the interests of his children were made a secondary consideration. The plaintiffs in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 June 1906

THE OLD FLAG. Off with your liat as the flaj goes by! And let the heart have its say; Xou ib man enough for a tear in your eye That you will not wipe away. Xou re tnnn enough for a thrill that goes To your very linger tips Aye, the lump Just then In your throat that ro3 Spoke .more than your parted lips! lift up the hoy on your shoulder high And show him the faded shred Bhose stripes would be red as the sunset sky If death could have dyed them red. IThe man that bore It with death has Iain This twenty years and more; He died that the work should not be vain Of the men who bore It before. The man that bears It Is bent and old, And ragged his beard and gray, But look nt his eye lire young and hold At the tune that he hears them play. The old tune thunders through all the air And strikes right Into the heart f ever it calls for you, boy, be there ! Be there and ready to start! Off with your hat as the flag goes by I t'neover the youngster's head ! Teach hltn to hold It holy and high Fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 June 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, JUNE 28, 1906. CONVENTION DATES, 5 Under the new primary 5 3 law the dates for the com- g ing senatorial, congressional 3 and state conventions this year will be as follows: Primaries, August 4. 5 August 9, all county conS ventions. August 14, all senatorial jj conventions. 3 August 16, all congres sional conventions. August 21, all state conventions. Hereafter a 1 1 primaries will be held the last Saturday in April, with county conventions on the Thursday following; all senatorial conventions on the second Tuesday; all congressional 1 conventions on the second 5 Thursday, and all state conm ventions on the third Tues8 day. THE LEE COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOLS. Continued from Page 1. of their sermons and prayer fleet ing addresses; we would r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 June 1906

I ft Jyammotks 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 65c. 75c and 85c doors rare Bargains. Moore (& Glenn, New thing's in Brass (& Iron Beds The standard wood beds or the new Neapolitan beds in maple or quarter-sawed oak; dainty dressers in bird's-eye maple, oak and mahogany to match; luxurious hair, fine soft, elastic felt and other restful mattresses; pillows, bed .spreads, etc., everything , "forlihrchamberin the newest and latest styles. About sixty' room-size rugs left; the prices now made on them makes every ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 June 1906

POISON' IX MEAL KILLS. Olllcinl Hear of Mynteriom Death of Farmer -e:ir .Ion City. Toisou mysteriously finding its way Inio corn meal caused the death of Herman Deukeling, 45 years old, a farmer living a mile south of ion City, and lesulted in the illness of his wife and (laughter, Hazel. So unusual nre the circumstances surrounding the case that Waukcgan and Zion City authorities are seeking to ascertain if murder was done. Deukeling died at 7 o'clock the other morning without medical attendance, after suffering for several hours since Hawho is 20 years of age, prepared corn nieal gems for dinner. She mixed the ingredients, and after taking the gems from the oveu remarked to her mother repairing their peculiar appearance. The latter broke off a small portion of one of the gems and ate it, after which she directed her daughter to place the food on the table. Twenty minutes later, and a short time after Deukeling and Hazel began to partake of the gems, Mrs. Deukeling was. taken viole...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 June 1906

ALL HAIL PEA Cast of STOMACH CATARRH. Miss Mary O'Brien, 300 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: ' Peruna cured me in' five weeks of catarrh of the stomach, after suffering for four years and doctoring without effect. In common with other xrnteful ones mho have been benefited by your discovery, I say, All hail to Peruna." Mr. II. J. Ileuneman, Oakland, Neb., writes : "I waited before writing to -you about my sickness, catarrh of the stomach, wiii'h I had over a year ago. "There wore people who told me it would not stay cured, but I am sure that I am cured, for I do not feel any more ill effects, have a good appetite and im getting fat. " "So 1 am, and will say to all, I am cured for good. "I thank you for your kindness. "Peruna will he out house medlrine hereafter." Ciitrarh of the stomach is also known In common narlance as dyspepsia, gas tritis and indigestion. No medicine will be of any permanent benefit except it removes the calarrh. ' A (ireat Tonic. Mr. Austin M. Small, Asto...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 June 1906

II' , 3. I IM 1 DIXON, ILLINOIS. $ This Stori is Known it ft This Stori is Known as the "GOOD CLOTHES STORE" THE QUALITY of the clothes sold at this store must be maintained regardless of the efforts of a few to force inferior goods upon -the people. You take no chance when buying clothes at this store we are here to stay and intend to continue selling better clothes than other stores and maintain the highest standard of clothes quality. These are the methods through which this store has built up the largest retail clothing business in Lee and adjoining counties simply giving better clothes and better value and 'more for the money than can be obtained elsewhere. JCIton Luckv wont to Dixon Saturday. Theodore MeCaile went to Dixon Saturday. "Miss Little went to Rochelle Saturday morning., Lyman Booth drove to Oregon ISriday on business. George Beach was a prissener :6 Chicago early Saturday morning. All thing? come to him who visits, but hustle while you're waiting. Mrs. Geo. Jones of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 July 1906

1 Hii AbH 1 U m UAZmiE VOL. XII. NO. 19. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, TIlt'KSDAY, JULY 5, 1906 WHOLE NUMBER 592. REPUBLICANS MET AT AMBOY Divide the County Into Districts Twelve REPRESENTATION IS ONE TO TWENTY-FIVE Dixon to Have Four More Votes In the Con- ventloa-McGowao Refuses to Rewiolie Shner-Meetln ends la Dissection- The Republican Central Com mittee met in Amboy,Lee connty, 111., on the 2nd day of July, 1906, at 11 o'clock a. m. called to order by Chairman M. J. McGowan; roll called by Sec. A. G. Harris. All the county nreeincts were represented but c Ashton. A motion was made by Buck- Your committee recommend the following arrangement of dis tricts be adopted as the delegate district for Lee county as pro vided by law. Ed F. Guffin, H. U. Bardwell, A. J. Stewart, W. H. Kugler, W. J. Edwards, J. P, Yetter. M. J. McGowan. Report adopted. Motion of S. L. Shaw of Lee Center: That each voting dis trict in the county be a district for the purpose of electing dele gates to the county convent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 July 1906

'MIC Ssil! if iatvo V5 fT fN ACCOUNT of the large volume of merchar lise which we have coming in for Fall and the limited amount of space we have, we have decided during j;he month of July to reduce our stock of Summer Goods, and to do this will necessitate the reduction of all goodsA I Prices reduced in all Departments. Read These Special Prices. 1! White Shirt Waists. SO Ladies' White Shirt Waists, long and short sleeves, with fine lace and embroidery trimmed fronts. Waists actually worth from $1.25 to $1.75. To clean them up A ff during this sale, your choice each 1 .UU Prices on all other shirt waists cut in two. TUREMAN & WALKER, Rochelle's Cash Dry Goods Store- 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. 05. THURSDAY, JULY S, 1906. 1 CONVENTION DATES. Under the new primary...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 July 1906

1 J "it I - k r f 4 fjmmnocks 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. t tWbat People Jlre Doing. Shelf paper at the Gazette- of f ice. in 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 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 Bargains.' :- rare M6ore?f Olenn. amkll im IknawBHia HUH Hull HJ111 V'VV 'XIWTV M. wlwmi k M Wk M m New thing's in Brass & Iron Beds p-Tlre-standard wood beds or the new Neapolitan beds in maple or quarter-sawed oak; dainty dressers in bird's-eye maple, oak and mahogany to match; luxurious hair, fine soft, elastic felt and other restful mattresses; pillows, bed spreads...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 July 1906

F r TERRIFIC STORM IN THIS SECTION Spreads over Northern Illinois Doing Heavy Damage to Crops TELEPHONE LINES BLOWN DOWN Jain Fall During Day and Evening laches Heavy Hail Storms 3.41 As a result of the terrific rain and storm last Wednesday, great damage was done all over this and surrounding counties. The damage done to the crops ofgrain y bail was very heavy. Fruit trees, shade trees, telegraph and ielepbone lines also were greatly damaged. Friday morning after the storm, broken boughs and trees could be seen in many places. Ira George reported a xainfall during the afternoon and evening of 3.41 inches at his station. Between here and Franklin Crove, fifty-six telegraph poles were broken while between here and a mile west of Nachusa 104 joles were broken. They were fcuilt up twice during the night but were again demolished. During the storm Wednesday evening the Sioux City express due fcere at 8:22 was brought to a All stop a mile east of Franklin Crove. The windows offered no pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 July 1906

Fhe ashtoi Gazette. vol. XII. NO. 20. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 593. TWO PASS AWAY Airs. James Clemans Expired Last Week Wednesday FUNERAL HELD SATURDAY MORNING Junes Ttylor An Old Veteran Answers The Final Summons Saturday. Mrs. Capitola Clemans, wife of James Clemans. died at her home north of this city Wednesday July 4th, 1906. Capitola Tilton was a native of Ogle county and was born Nov. 12, 1861 and united with the Washington Grove Christian Church at the age of 10 years. She was united in marrl age to Mr. James Clemans Sep tember 10, 1879 and to this union was born' three children. Glennie the eldest died at the age of four years. The two others, Clinton C. Mable B.. the father, one brother, Emery Tilton of this city two sisters, Mesdames Orner and Hardesty of Iowa with an aged father, Richard Tilton, nearly ninety years of age, besides many friends and relatives are left to mourn her loss. The funeral was held Saturday at 11 a. m. from the Washin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 July 1906

rw iiniiitrii THE ASH10IM GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEANr Publisher. ABHTON, ILLINOia OUR BLIND AND DEAF. ONE PERSON IN EVERY CANNOT SEE. 1,200 Kneclnl ( rnsua Report Give IntereKlliiK FlKiireH- RallroiiriH Are Warned Aicalnut Cniellf to Live Stuck x of Minor Note. About one person in every 1,2(10 was Hind nml one in every 850 was deaf in 1e United States in 1000, according to ft special census rejiort prepared by Pr. Alexander (iraham Bell.' The total milliter of blind in the United States was 04,703, of whom 35.045 were totally blind and 2!.1 18 partially blind. These figures re the minimum, as tin unknown projk). .ion of the blind were not located. Of the total blind 37,054 were males and 27.7(! females. In about 5 per cent of vlie ' rases of blindness the parents were cousins. Of the blind over ID years of age 21) per cent were engaged in sine gainful occupation. The total number of den? in the I'nited States is given as 80,287, af whom, 37.420 were totally deaf and 51,801 partially dea...

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