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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 August 1906

T Critical Moment. Fweddy had never assisted a lady fayre to mount her horse. "Mr. Lightpayte," she saM, with a mile, "as a neooasary preliminary I shall have to ask you for your hand." "Br this is flo sudden, Miss Quickstep I" faltered Fweddy. In a Pinch, Dm Allen's Foot-Base. A pewder to (hake lato your ahoas. It rmta the feet. Curat Corns, Hustons. Swollen, Bora, Hot, Callous, Aching, Swtstlni? feet and Ingrowing Nails. Allen's root-Baa makes new or tight shoes aay. Sold by all Druggists and Shoe stores, Joe. tanple . mailed FRBfc. Address Alien B. Olmsted, L Roy, N. X. Girls; It Awar. The Young Man Dicky, you think a good deal of your sister, don't you? Dicky (entertaining him) lou oet i So does ma and pa. She'a been in the fam'ly mighty near forty yeara. The Young Han of To-Day. Can learn the plumbing trade In a few months on easy payments, and earn $5 or more a dar. For full particulars address Master numbers' Trade School, 8408 Llndell ave St. Louis, Ma. Mrs. WlnsloWS Soothtk...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 August 1906

w3 Cm 3C PUBLIC SCHOOL TEXT BOOKS w fO tfTTTTHIS YEAR we come before the public with a larger and more complete line of Text Books than ever before. Jllhe Til 1 Ashton Public School opens Monday morning September 3rd, 1906 and the pupils are invited to purchase their books at any time as we have a list of the grades. IOur line of School Supplies, such as the following, was never better. Text BooKs, Tablets, Lead Pencils, Copy BooKs, Erasers, ChalK Slates, Slate Pencils, Colored Crayons, Pencil Boxes, InK. A Complete line of Text Books for COUNTRY SCHOOLS. Farmers' Telephone Number 65 me GAZETTE BOOK STORE, 3C 3C Ashton, Illinois. iC MAKING MEDICINE. SHERRY WINE. The Way Indians Try to Propitiate the Goddess of Fortune. All Indians are superstitions and have many ways by which they en- ; deavor to propitiate the goddess of fortune, or, as they call it, make medicine, either to bring them good luck or to break a spell of bad luck. Each has his or her own peculiar medicine, which must ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 September 1906

TOl AZ ETTE VOL. XII. NO. 28. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, TIIUKSDA WHOLE NUMBER C0.1. 1 HE ASH r. f, SEPTEMBER 6, 1906. MARRIED AT HIGH MIDNIGHT Mr. C. W. Jonker and Miss Ada Blackman Married In Rochelle GEORGE BEACH AND ORA LINN MARRIED IN THE WEST The Young Conples are Away on Their Wedding Tours and Will Be At Home to their Friends after Oct. 1st. The iewelery store of C. W. Jonker was, it was observed, closed at a comparatively earcy hour (9:30) Saturday night. He was neither ill nor fatigued, but had on hand a project which required his presence elsewhere. Retiring- to his room he donned his latest best, procured a carriage from the livery and in company with his pastor Rev. J. R. Hamilton proceeded tojthe home of Mrs. Eliza Blackman of Rochelle where in the presence of a few members of the family he was joined in marriage with Mrs. Blackman's accomplished grand daughter Ada Rose who all her life has had her home with Mrs. Blackman, her mother having died when she was in in fancy. It was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 September 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. ILLINOIS. MUCH FOOD IN WOULD. HUNGARIAN AUTHORITY ESTIMATES WE HAVE SURPLUS. Production ot Grnlim in 1000 Greatly ExceedM t'oiiumulon Japanese Are Jtnifcrc-d by Kllllnit of Poachers t Prlblloff Inlands. The Hungarian minister of agriculture alas issued his annual estimates of the world's crops, showing the total yields in millions of meter-centners to be: Wheat, 4!,O00,0OO, as eorapnred with i)2ti,CKX),000 last jear; rye, 382,000,000, compared with 394,000,000; barley, 31!,000,000, compared with 307,000,000; oats, 527,000,000, compared with 1534,000,000; maize, 987,000,000, compared with 1)17,000,000. The minister estimates the world's total requirements of all grains at 3,1.11,000,000 meter-centners, so thaf with the supplies remainiiiK from previous crops, aimountiiis to M.000,000 metercentners, he estimates that the surplus of nil grains for 1IMM5-7 will he in the neighborhood of 120,000,000 meter-centners. STRIFE FOR THE PENN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 September 1906

STENSLAND IS TAKEN. ABSCONDING Ci " 'VGO BANKER ARRESTED IN TANGIER. followed to Northern Africa by Assistant State' Attorney Olson United States Has No Extradition Treaty with Morocco. Paul O. Stenslnnd Is a prisoner In the fjnlted States legation nt Tangier, Mo,roceo. He was captured In tlmt city by Assistant State's Attorney Harry 01sen after a pursuit which began Aug. 17. News of the apprehension of the absconding president of the Milwaukee Avenue State Bank, Chicago, whose thefts exceeded $1,000,000, was received b.v A s s 1 stunt AUL O. STENSLAND. State's Attorney James J. Barbour In a cablegram directing him to notify the authorltes at Washington at once. Within a few hours new warrants had been issued for Stensland, the State and federal governments were at work preparing for his return to Chicago, and arrangement' had been begun to send in officer to Tangier, It necessary, to bring him back. One of the new warrants charges Stensland with the lar;eny and embezzlement of $1,0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 September 1906

n MWJMWf(MMM V:i A Plan to Heat re: 11 . Your House Many dollars have been losfj in house-heating and marM'! uncomfortable days and night' have been spent by having anS fc Frf The name Eldredge hns stood for the 1 "1 BEST in the Sewine Machine World. rrt . Here is a New Eldredge; BETTER I nirtV lhn EVER, ind Superior to all ill! others. Postive take-up; self setting needle; self threading Shuttle; YpflfC automatic tension relense;autotuatic wtll O bobbin winder; positive four motion feed; capped neddle bar; noiseless self adjusting roller bearing wheel, steel pitman; five ply laminated woodwork, with a beautiful set of nickeled steel attachments. Ask your dealer for the Improved Eldredge "B" and du nut buy auy machine until you have seen it. National Sewing Machine Co. BELVIDERE, ILLINOIS. The Ashton Bank. Organized tunler the laws of the state of Illinois. Capita $25,000. Surplus $5,000. of the right size and properly installed will heat your house comfortably, uniformly and econom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 September 1906

15 H A R D W A R E T I N W A R 'E y.,iiMjiiiipii linn ! ii ii inn iiiii mi. Fall time is cleaning uptime. Many things about the house need brightening up. Sherwin-Williams Paints and Varnishes should be your big help in the renovating process. "Brighten Up" tables, cupboards, flower stands, boxes, shelving, etc. with The S-W. Family Paint "Brighten . Up" chairs, settees, tables, bedsteads, iron work, wicker work, etc. with The S-W. Enamel. " Brighten Up" radiators, gas pipes, tores, water tanks', etc. with The S-W. Aluminum Paint We have a paint or varnish for every purpose and would be pleased to have a paint talk with you. A useful Household Memorandum free, if you ask for it. i Come in and see us sbdoe s T O V E S and F U R N A C E Moore Glenn. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. II i Sept. Brides find here the most complete collection of house fnrnishings. Everything- from cellar to attic VJJljurnish in a style pleasing- and inexpensive toj& An investigation trip through our new sVil ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 September 1906

THE MITTEN. There was the ring of steel-shod feet, There was the winter sun's last glow That lighted up the happy fleet Of ska tors flitting to and fro; There was the sound of voices low, I heard Dan Cupid laugh in glee I, victim of his dart and bowWhen Betty gave the mitt to me ! Ah, me ! she was so small and sweet, Her lips like roseleaves o'er a row Of pearls, her hair like ripened wheat, Her. voice that seemed to me as though Some far-off organ's note did blow, That I fell straightway on my knee, With pulses at fortissimo, When Betty gave the mitt to me 1 Oh, ask me not did I retreat, For I am not a man to go Because a woman might repeat A naughty, willftil little "No!" We lingered 'till night's portico Fell wide ; what must your wonder be, That T should stay on with her so, When Betty gave the mitt to me 1 l'envoy. Ah, Prince, 'tis vain to hide, I know, What eyes as keen as yours must see; Her hand was there Inside (oho!) When Betty gave the mitt to met Yellow Book. M""M' 'I' I...

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

nirirpatlnic the Jmnoaslble. Customer Anything mat is warranted pure is nlways clean, in't it?" Conseicitiniis Donlor Certainly not. sir. I know this to Be pure rider, but I can't warrant it to ftc clean. The Many who formerly smoked 10c cigars now smoke Lewis' Single Kinder atraiglit 5c. Lewis' Factory, Peoria, 11L Mm. WlnloW Soothiho Htcp for Ohlldiaa t.'hfii soften, the luno, rric. luaauuoaUa. alKl.lu. our- wind oolio. 85 onts hottla, A HEALTHYJLD AGE OFTEN THE BEST PART OF LIFE H.lp for Wmdm Pawta Tbrough Onang. of Life Providence has allotted tjs each i at least seventy years in which to fulfill onr mission in life, and it is generally our own fault if we die prematurely. Nervous exhaustion invites disease. . is .h( nnsitive truth. When everything1 becomes a burden and you cannot wane a jew diocks wjui-ovwicGi-tra fnt.icrnp. nnd tou break out into perspiration easily, and your face nusiies, ana you grow eicmu nuu shaky at the least provocation, and you cannot bear to be crossed...

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

til REDUCTION SALE Rochelle, Illinois. G. W. HAMLIN, It Pays to trade at Hamlin's n ,1 T . - t 1V, 1 I.r.mii!nn ir OIMMITO WO nfPol fm" Vfilli O mdftl worn tor tne immense lines oi iauiiuercuauuisu nuw uuium; w v, immediate consideration everything left over from the best showing of Summer Merchandise ever offered in tlriisection. JT he prices are so very much below their former selling price than any item in the list and othes unmentioned here are well worth your personal attention. It Pays to trade at Hamlin's Washable Waists. A complete line of sizes in a splendid lot of Ladies' Washable Shirtwaists regularly retailed at SI. 00 which are offered at this saving opportunity Qgpg for your choice Shirt Waist Suits. A few of those White Shirt Waist Suits made of a union fabric linen and cotton, new 1)06 ft O A Q designs, were $5.00 yours now lor MJUiv Silk Suitings. A handsome lot of 20 inch Shirt Waist and Suiting Silks, a splendid assortment of colorings just right for the late summ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 September 1906

Fhe ASHTOi Gazette. VOL. XII. NO. 29. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURStj AY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 602. HALF-MILE MORE WALK TO BE LAID City Council Votes to Lay Six and One-Half Blocks of Cement Side-walk IMPROVEMENTS TO COST APPROXIMATELY $800 Work Has Been Commenced and Will Be Rushed to CompletionAt the regular meeting' of the City council, petitions were laid before the members, for new cement sidewalks. The prayer of the petitions were granted to the extent that six and one-half blocks of cement side walk will be laid before the commencing of cold weather. The amount of new walk will be in lineal length a trifle over a half mile, or more accurately thirteen twentyfourths of a mile. The board walk is being torn up and preparations are being made to lay a strip three blocks long, along the west side of Fifth Street, from the corner of J. H. Byers' residence north to the residence of James Quick. This walk will lead by the stone quarries and will be the longest strip now contemp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 September 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. CASH IN CANAL JUNK. SCRAP IRON LEFT BY FRENCH IS VALUABLE. Isthmian Comiiilmilon In Encouraged to Think It May RealUe 1,00,OUV Oat of It Finn Harfcerle Shorn Large Ontpat. The sale of 7,200 tons at cast-iron junk n ihe isthmus of Panama far $00,000 recently has encouraged the canal comnuisiun to believe it has a small fortune In worthless machinery purchased from the French canal company. The Sot of scrap Iron sold was assembled from a few acres of ground which Chief Enftineer Stevens found it necessary to cleaT in order to construct new switching yards for the Panama railroad. One of ihe officials of the canal commission said that thirty miles of ground was strewn with similar machinery. He roughly calculated that when this machinery is gathered up It -will be worth $1,000,000 or more. STRIFE FOB, THE TENNANT3. Standing of Clubs in Principal Base Ball Leagues. NATIONAL I.EAOUE. W. L. W. Chicago ...100 32 Cincinnati. . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 September 1906

IULINOIS STATE NEWS Hl'RDER ROUSES COUNTY. Prominent Farmer Found In Bed with Brains Blown Oat. The people of Woodford county are aroused over a sensational murder which was discovered by James Manly and his Bister-in-law. They found the body of the woman s brother, James Gibbons, ly ing in bed, the entire top of his head blown off by a charge from a shotgun. The two had been attending the El Paso fair and reached the farm home of the vic tim about 11 o'clock. The wall was splashed with brains and blood and the room presented a horrible spectacle. From All appearances Gibbons had been shot by an assassin standing near an open win dow. The charge entered the head of the sleeping victim at close range. The mur derer then ransacked the premises. He took two rings from the fingers of the dead man, money, a suit of clothes and other valuables. Nothing else was missed. No motive for the crime is known save that of robbery. There is a strong theory that the murder was committed by Wil liam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 September 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVBKY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months $1.00 .SO - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, 1906. Joe Gooch of Dixon was here on business Tuesday. Harry Qnick was a business caller in Dixon Friday. Miss" Haenitch visited in Franklin Grove Friday. Mrs. Catesof Dixon came up Tuesday to visit relatives. Robert Moorehead went to Kofi chelle Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Geo. Putnian went to Rochelle yeseterday to visit. Water and Jelly glasses 25 cts. per dozen. The Racket. Mrs. Rowley of Steward is the guest of Mrs. P, M. Shippee. Mrs. Wm. Hartzell was called to Dixon Sunday to attend a funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Albrecht and son Earl spent Tuesday in Dixon. Mrs. Wm. Messer and daughter Emma were Dixon visitors Tuesday. New millinery goods will be in stock at Mrs. Vickers' the last of this week. H. C. Shippee of Chicago...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 September 1906

H A R D W A R E T I N W A R E Fall time is cleaning uptime. Many things about the house need brightening up. Sherwin-Williams Paints and Varnishes should be your big help in the renovating process. "Brighten Up" tables, cupboards, flower stands, boxes, shelving, etc. with The S-W. Family Paint. "Brighten Up' chairs,' settees, tables, bedsteads, iron work, wicker work, etc. with The S-W. Enamel. "Brighten Up" radiators, gas pipes, stoves, water tanks, etc. with The S-W. Aluminum Paint We have a paint or varnish for every purpose and would be pleased to have a paint talk with you. A useful Household Memorandum free, if you ask for it. I Come in and see us s T O V E S and F U R N A C E Moore (&L Glenn. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. rjfjrf5 5 .'23'5 -33 -5 & jg. V;'7te. the Relation y. -JJ ftj Of the price to the real worth of the article. Several v A "li thousand dollars worth of new lace curtains, room size f j rugs, draperies and carpets added to the fall stock of yjj new...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 September 1906

If. BACK HOME. I've been up in th' mounains , For a little spell o' rest ; Up where th' birds an' trees an' brooks Are nhvus nt their best ; Away from th' flin o' th' city's streets, Away from th' rush o' trade, Jest lollin' round in th' lap o' peace, An' p'rhaps I'd oughtor stayed A few days more, but I kinder felt That, while 'twas nice t' roam Among th' trees an' by th' brooks, I'd like t' git back home. There hain't no place for me like that. Where I can set around, Knowin' that I own it all, From th' roof down t' th' gronnd. There's certain chairs that fit my back As other chairs don't do; There's a bed that's been my friend for years An' a lounge that suits me, too. I like th' paper ou th' walls An' th' pictures hangin' there; I like th' carpets on th' floors An' th' scent that's in th' ahOf homemade bread an' bakin' beans An' other things that's good. Cooked by th' sweet faced, gray haired girt M'bo at my side has stood, Strong an' noble, like a queen, For more than forty yea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 September 1906

1 BABY'S TORTUHIKU HTIMOH. Ears Looked as If They Would Drop Oil Face Mass of Sores Cured by Cuticura in Two Weeks for 75c. "I feel It my duty to parents of other poor suffering babies to tell you what Cuticura has done for my little daughter. She broke out ull over her body with a humor, and we used everything recommended, but without results. I called In three doctors, they all claimed they could help her, hut she continued to grow worse. Her body was a mass of sores, and her little face was being eaten away; her ears looked as If they would drop oft. Neighbors advised me to get Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and before I bad used half of the cake of Soap and box of Ointment the sores had all healed, and my little one's face and body were as clear as a new-born babe's. I would not be without It again if it cost five dollars. Instead of seventy-five cents. Mrs. George J. Steese, 701 Coburn St., Akron, Ohio." Bargain Day. The fresh cream puffs in the Italian baker's window looked invit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 September 1906

SON ALE G. W. HAMLIN, R-ochelle, Illinois. REDUCTF It Pays to trade at Hamlin's t o make room for the immense lines of falj immediate consideration ev former selling price than any item in the list and ot Washable Waists. A complete line of sizes in a splendid lot of Ladies' Washable Shirtwaists regularly retailed at $1.00 which are offered at this saving opportunity Q pgpg for your choice Shirt Waist Suits. A few of those,Vhite Shirt Waist Suits made of a union fabric linen and cotton, new 1906 Q A Q lid designs, were S5.00 yours now tor ywi '.w Silk Suitings. A handsome lot of 20 inch Shirt Waist and Suiting Silks, a splendid assortment of colorings just right for the late summer and early fall. You have paid SO cents for no better. Any OE- lLn WrJ amount while they last merchandise now beginning to arrive, we offer for your rything left over from the best showing of Summer. Mer chandise ever offered in thill section. IThe prices are so very much below their. rs unmentioned here a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 September 1906

Fh.e Ashton Gazette. VOL. XII. NO. 30. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 603. OLD SETTLERS MEET AT -AM BOY GAME SEASON FOR HUNTERS About Two Thousand Lee County Citizens Enjoy Reunion In the Park. MANY SHORT ADDRESSES WERE GIVEN Gime Commissioner Wheeler States Some the Provisions of Law. Amboy Will Hereafter be the Regular Meet ln( Plate of Early Pioneers-Resolutions Passed. The annual reunion of the old settlers and pioneers of Lee county held their picnic this year in Green River Park, Amboy The park is an ideal place for such picnics and since the associ ation last met in Amboy a large covered amphitheater has been built and has a seating- capacity of five-hundred. The weather the day of the picnic (Thursday) was good and a crowd of about two-thousand people were pres ent, as Amboy is so centrally located in Lee county it was voted that Amboy be made a permanent place to hold reunions. The afternoon session of the old settlers' reunion was under the di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 September 1906

AMERICANS IN CUBA. TEE CUBANS: ."PLEASE TRY TO STOP US." ULTIMATUM TO CUBA. THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HTON. ILLINOIS. JOHN D. STEIKES OIL. NATURE AIDS ROCKEFELLER TO 8AVE EXPENSE. Saa AIm Discovered and Fnel Bill far Cleveland Building May Be Minimized Prominent Canadian Hotel la Destroyed. Oil and gas were sfruck under the big Rockefeller office building in Cleveland. Should they Show signs of appearing in Creat quantities preparations will be made to utilize them for fuel and light in the fracture. The gas and oil were struck t a depth of only 186 feet. Fred F. Kelther, a salesman for the firm that is drilling a well, made the discovery. He was Inspecting the well with a torch, and rhen the flames came into contact with the gas there was a strong explosion. Keliher was burned about the hands and ace. A pipe was immediately put into the well to carry the gas away from the toiler fires. The well was sunk at John D. Rockefeller's suggestion He figured, It is sai...

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