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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 September 1906

ILLINOIS STATE NEWS -99- FIGHT PRIMARY LAW. ill In Filed Averting Its Uncoil' Htltutlonalitr. Gov. Dencen's new primary law, which was passed at a special session of the legislature at an expense to the State of 100,000, has been attacked in a bill for injunction which asks the court to de- clare the law unconstitutional. From top to bottom the whole fabric of the law which Gov. Deneen declares is "the best primary law on any statute books' is ripped to pieces by the bill for injunc tion. Ten specific clauses which are al leged to show the unconstitutionality of the law are mentioned in the 'bill. Should liny one of these clauses be sustained by the Supreme Court the law will be wiped off the statute books as the former law was and the law makers will be called upon to again frame a primary law which will stand the tests 'of the courts. The bill for an injunction was filed in the Circuit Court in Chicago by Attorneys Roy D. Keehn and Thomas Marshall for George W. House, who figures ...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 September 1906

Great Live AT THE Mineral Spring Farm, Amboy, 111. MONDAY, OCT. 1, 1906 Commencing at 1 0 o'clock A. M. 181 Head of Cattle Consisting- of 75 milch cows, a number fresh, others will make good winter cows. This is an excellent dairy herd. 60 head, 1100 pound feeding- steers; 40 stockers, Colorado branded of the very best breeding; 3 Hereford bulls; 2 Durham bulls; 1 Aberdeen Angus bull. 28 head of well bred horses, mostly draft; a few good roadsters; 8 head of 3 and 4 year olds weighing from 1,200 to 1,600, well broken and in good condition for Chicago market. Also 41 head of sroocl Shout? interested drop a card to the undersigned for descriptive list. S.D.FROST. ANNOUNCEMENT. ft are ready w barber trade to the satisfaction of our many ) friends and customers. work and will be pleased age. Agents for Lovell's SANDERS f Look into A Furnace Before You Buy it Then you will not buy one that will need looking into afterward. Don't buy one until you -save- tliQroiighly-ittyestTgaletr-tffe- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 September 1906

H A R D W A R 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" tabid, cupboards, flower stands, boxes, shelving, etc. with The S-W. Family Paint " Brighten Up" chairs, settees, tables, Dedsteads, iron work, wicker work, tc. with The S-W. Enamel. "Brighten Up" radiators, gas pipes, stoves, water tanks, etc. with The S-W. Aluminum Paint We have ft 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 G E 5 Moore , Glenn. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. 1?f? -"25 25 'S? -JJ 35 2 -25 -S. $ v. Its the Relation V. ff fk Of the price to the real worth of . the article. Several ; thousand dollars worth of new lace curtains, room size rug's, draperies and carpets added to the fall stock of W ing CARLOAD OF- BED ROOM FURNITURE C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 September 1906

"A MAN MUST LIVE." "A man mint live!" Now God forgive the one Whose tongue or pen first framed the sordid phrnse, And God forgive us who have let it run And grow to be a motto of our days. "A man must life!" The preacher must tone down The rugged word of truth, lest he offend Bome snug old sinner in the pew, whose frown Might bring his monthly wage to sudden end. "A man must live!" A politician wise Whose judgment urges measures strong and bold, Must by this motto cringe and compromise, To save the goose that lays him eggs of gold. A man must live !" Are we then Esaus all, To sell our birthright for a little food? Must we unto Expedience be thrall. And, worldly wise, mix evil with our good? "A man must live!" Not such the oldtime creeds That stirred to sacrie the noble dead ! We cannot look for grea't unselfish deeds With this compounding banner overhead. , Show me the man who dares to set his back Firm at the rock of Right,' and boldly cry "Let come what may ! I stand to the attack...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 September 1906

WOMEN'S NEGLECT 6UFFERINGTHESUREPENALTY Health Thus Lost Is Restored by Lydl E. Plnkbam'a Vearetablo Compound. How many women do you know who are perfectly well and strong? We hear every day the same story over and ever again. " I do not fsel well ; I am go tired all the time t " More than likely you speak the same words yourself, and no doubt you feel far from well. The cause may he easily traced to some derangement of the female organs which manifests itself in depression of spirits, reluctance to go anywhere or do anything, backache, bearinff-down pains, flatulency, nervousness, sleeplessness, or other female weakness. These symptoms are but warnings thatthere'is danger ahead, and unless heeded a life of suffering or a serious operation is the inevitable result. Tiie never-failing remedy for all these symptoms is Lydia E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound. Miss Kate McDonald of Woodbrioge. N. J., wnites : Dear Mrs. Pinkliam: " Restored health has meant, so much to rne that I cannot h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 September 1906

mmr. ' . K 1 -r -i Tk Leading DRY GOODS House E I New Cloaks. J QGLH COUNTY. - Fall Skirts. j j i vj 'II r II , i v S7r Special By means of ;i fortunate purchase we are able to offer a splendid assortment of individual patterns in the new plaid silks together with a complete line of Mescalines in the best shades and several exceptionally good styles in Fancy Silk Suitings at the unusually low price of 50 Cents the Yard the Comet Cloaks! ! HreUow Ready Tor You. Already the demand has been unusally large for this early in the season. It's the wise buyer who" takes advantage of the complete stocks and lack of crowds that, come later in the season and are now anticipating- their needs of the .cooler days. We are showing- the. garments that appeal to discriminating women in the new novelty fabrics as well as a splendid showing of plain clothes garments that posses Style, Durability and Workmanship made by people that know how and just a little better than seem necessary. Wool or Cotton. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 September 1906

The ASHTdisi Gazette. v 5 V.OL. XII. NO. 31 HON. R. R. HITT PASSES AWAY Congressman Robt. R. Hltt Expired Thursday Morning at His Summer Home In Narragansett Pier, R. I. HAS REPRESENTED I3TH DISTRICT A QUARTER CENTURY Was One of the Great Scholars of Congress and a True Statesman Death Due to Heart Disease. Hon. Robert Roberts Hitt, for the past quarter century a representative of this district in the halls of congress, died last Thursday morning at his summer home in Narrasransett Pier, Rhode Island. Mr. Hitt has been sick for several months. At the close of the last session of congress, Mr. Hitt retired to his summer home where he succumb ed to heart disease. For twenty-four years Hon. R, R. Hitt has represented this, the thirteenth district in the halls of congress and last spring refused to again accept the nomination at the hands of the Republican Party of this district,' Col. Frank O. Lowden being selected as his successor. ' Robert Roberts Hitt was born at Urbana, Ohio, Janua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 September 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE: RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTON. ILLINOIS. WATEft ROUTE OPENS. TRAFFIC ON MISSOURI RIVER IS RESUMED. f rot Boat to Reach KnnxflH City from St. Louis Ih (ireed-il with Shouts and ( lnnln Uells Foreign Trade Mnken Record. With the blowing of whistles, tho clanging of bells and the nrrlnim of thousands of persons who hud gathered m the river lianks the renewal of steamboat 'traffic on the Missouri river after a lapse of more than a decade was celebrated Monday. The steamer Lara, laden with tfreight from St. Louis, docked at the uliarf in Kansas City and nearly every rraft went several miles down the river 1o act as an escort for the Lora. The appearance of the fleet with the fi-cig'uter in the lead was the signal for one of the greatest outburst of enthusiasm in tho commercial life of that city. The successful trip of the Lora under unfavorable renditions, the river being exceptionally low and its channel unexplored for several years, proved conlusively that the Mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 September 1906

CUBA MUST BE GOOD. PEACE ALONE WILL INSURE HER INDEPENDENCE. The Solemn Warning by Preldent Roosevelt la Followed by Dispatch of Taft and Bacon to the Island, and Revolution Mast Cease. Washington correspondence: Events are crowding one another In the Cuban situation. The revolt which a short while ago the Cuban government regarded with a semblance of contempt, professing Itself able to crush In a short time, has developed un til the United States has practical!; been constrained, in the Interests of peace and order, to intervene. The Palnia administration has failed to deal effectively with the revolt, which is now widespread, menacing the in dustrial, social and political order of the whole Island. The first serious International phase given to the Cuban situation came, when three companies of United States marines were landed from the cruiser Denver, at the solicitation of charge d' Affaires Sleeper, acting In conjunc tion witn f resident raima. it was represented to the Commande...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 September 1906

is Jfc.i- A - . N'S 'I EIGHTEENTH : : ANNIVERSARY CUT PRICE SALE- Ml SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29 TO SATURDAY OCTOBER 13. EIGHTEEN YEARS AGO we started in the Furniture business in Ashton with a yery small stock of Furniture. But to-day finds us with one of the largest and most complete stores in Northern Illinois, which was all done by the help we have received from our customers. To show you that we appreciated your help we will give you the benefit of a two weeks Cut Price Sale, when you can save 20 to 50 per cent on every thing you buy. Nothing reserved, everything goes and be sure and take advantage of this sale. Nothing misrepresented. All goods plainly marked with former and present prices. ' 555.75 For a Morris Chair extra heavy frame and reversible cushions. Regular price 17.50. $5.95 for a heavy GoWeft Oak Table, four inch leg, six feet long. Worth $7.50. Beveled French Mirror. iTl s'nn v Tahxtra fine finish.' ACME HYGIENIC COUCH "TIC COUCH THAT WONTWAR MT-mJ $7.45 for good Oak f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 September 1906

AN EARLY TIMER First Ashton Pacer Published In the winter of 1873. MANY OLD TIME MERCHANTS NOW RETIRED CITIZENS Time Makes Wonierfull Changes-The Frame Buildings Replaced With Brick Structures. Old ments contained in the paper, R K. Towne, the undertaker ad vertized that he would furnish the hearse inside of the "city limits," free to all who purchas' ed coffins of him. John A. An- drus advertised to exchange horses and cattle for a new top buggy. I The subscription price of the Herald was $2.00 in advance and the size of the paper was yi com pared with the Gazette. Throiifrli the kindness H. A Bremmer we were a copy of The Ashton this week. The paper first issue, being Volume I, No. 1 and dated Wednesday January 8, 1873. Ashton has had no less than half a dozen newspapers, at different times, but in talking with several of the old settlers we find that this was the first paper ever published in Ashton. While 1873 does not seem so very far back to many of our older citizens, it must...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 September 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AMD 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, SEPT. 27, 1906. "VIRGINIA of WASHINGTON By Eleanor Austin Harris Copyright, 1006, by E. U. Parcells "Hasn't lie nice blue eyes?" said Miss ressel. "Horrors, child! Don't you say such things out loud! What if he should understand English?" ' "Impossible, Aunt Ellen. German blouduess, reading a German paper, traveling In a German train with baggage marked 'A. von S., Bremen.' " "Virginia! What does possess you? I never heard you talk so." 1 Miss Dressel laughed a hearty American laugh. "I am so glad to shake the lust of Europe off my feet that I can't keep It in. I'm so glad we're headed for Hamburg, the Kaiser Wllhelm der Grosse, America and Washington that that well, honestly I should like to kick the epaulets oil the guard's gorgeou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 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 hpuse need brightening up. Sherwin-Williams Paints and Varnishes should be your big help in the renovating process. "Brighten Up" tablet, 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 wmmmm s T O V E S and F U R N A C E Moore , Glenn. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. 3 25 2, 5 s. $ V. Its Zbi Relation jj l f the Price t0 the real worth of the ariicle- Several " -thousand dollars worth of new lace curtains, room size -W l ruffs, draperies and carpets added to the fall stock of f 'Xl new furniture now being; unpacked. Ji' m CARLOAD...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 September 1906

NOBODY BUT FATHER. Nobody knows the money It takes To. keep the home together ; Nobody knows of the debt it makes. Nobody knows but father. Nobody's told that the boys need shoe And girls hats with a feather ; Nobody else old clothes must choose. Nobody -only father. Nobody hears that the coal and wood And flour's out together ; Nobedy else must make them good. Nobody only father. Nobody's hand in the pocket goes So often, wondering whether There's any end to the wants of those Dependent only father. Nobody thinks where the money will come To pay the bills that gather ; Nobody feels so blue and glum; Nobody only father. Nobody tries so hard to lay Up something for bad weather, And runs behind, do what he may, Nobody only father. Nobody comes from the world's cruel storm, To meet dear ones who gather Around with loving welcome warm, Nobody does but father. Nobody knows of the home life pure, Watched over by a motncr, Where rest and bliss are all secure, Nobody can but father. eage to...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 September 1906

PERUNA PRAISED. l3 MR3. ESTHER M. MILNER. Box 321, DeGralf, Ohio. Dr. S. B. Hartniun, Columbus, Ohio : Dear Sir: I was a terrible sufferer from pelvic weakness and had headache continuously. I was not able to do my housework for myself and husband. I wrote you and described my condition as nearly as possible. You recommended I'eruna. I took four bottles of It and was completely cured. I think Pcruna a wonderful medicine nnd have recommended it to my friends with the very best of results. Esther M. Milner. Very few of the great multitude of women who have been relieved of some celvic disease or weakness by I'eruna ever consent to give a testimonial to be read by the public. There are. however, a few courageous, eelf-sacrificing women who will for the sake of their suffering sisters allow '.Bey cures to be published. Mrs. Milner is one of these. In her gratitude for her restoration to health she is wining that the women of the whole world should know it. A chronic invalid A GRATEFUL L...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 September 1906

First Snowing of the New Cloaks. The Leading ERY GOODS House Advance Styles in the Fall Skirts. IN OGEE GOUNTY. Silk Special By means of a fortunate purchase we are able to offer a splendid assortment of individual patterns in the new plaid silks to-gether with a complete line of Messalines in the best shades and several exceptionally good styles in Fancy Silk Suitings at the unusually "low price of 50 Cents the Yard the Comet Cloaks ! ! Jin Vow Ready Tor You. Already the demand has been unusally large for this early in the season. It's the wise buyer who takes advantage of the complete stocks and lack of crowds that come later in the season and are now anticipating their needs of the cooler days. . . ' We are showing the garments that appeal to discriminating women in the new novelty fabrics as well aa a splendid showing of plain clothes garments that posses Style, Durability, and Workmanship made by people that know how and just a little better than seem necessary. Blankets Wool o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 October 1906

TON AZETTE WHOLE NUMBEK (505. VOL. XII. NO. 32. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1906. I HI t JL JL A COL. LOWDEN - WILL SPEAK Republican Candidate for Congress Will Speak To-Nlght OPENING OF REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN HERE Music by the Lafayette Bnd-A Large Tiiro out Is Expected. The Republicans of Ashton will open the fall campaign formally, to-night at Schuchart's Opera House, where Col. Frank O. Lowden, candidate for Congress from the Thirteenth District will deliver an address. This is the second campaign rally to be held in Lee county, the first one being- a similar meeting held it Amboy last night where Col. Lowden spoke. The Lafayette band has been engaged and a street concert will be given early Col. Frank 0. Lowden. in the evening. Col. Lowden without doubt will be our next representative in congress and in order for him to be in touch -Ke'- should - meer himTWet town central committee composed of F. H. Bassler, Clayton Bowers and H. M. Kersten have posted large bills and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 October 1906

HIE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTON, ILLINOIS. PLOT TO KILL CZAR. SEVERAL PERSONS SAID TO BE IMPLICATED. Mnrg Nam her of ArraMtn Made at Peterhof Follnwlni ExpoNnr Jit Inneapolln Murderer Attempts Suicide, Imt In ReHtralned. , The plot to assassinate Kmperor Nich olas, which was disclosed by the arrest of two terrorists, a man aud a woman, at I'eterhof. has involved a number of per Hons, and was so well laid that it proba bly would have succeeded had it not been for the premature exposure. The terrorists were arrested in the quarters of one of the palace servants within the inclosure of the Alexandria palace. The servant's son and another lackey na:ned Klepnikoff, who was concerned in smug gling the terrorists through the guard? find arranging their hiding place, wen' arrested for being implicated in the plot. Emperor Nicholas had been expected to retnrn to I'eterhof. and it is presumed the terrorists intended to lie in wait and eeiae a favorable opportunity to shoo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 October 1906

BUIN IN THE SOUTH. NOMINEES FOR GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK. LLIN0IS STATE 'N WIND AND FLOOD KILL DEVASTATE. AND EWS Havoc Over Whole Onlf Count Hurricane r.nd Immense Waves Inundate Toum, Wreck Bulldlnga and Sink Ships. Death and devastation mark the chores of the Mexican Gulf, from Mobile to Tensacola. How many are dead it is impossible to estimate. The loss In property is almost beyond computation. Mobile Is a wreck. Pensacola is In ruins, Biloxl is partially destroyed. The. water rose six feet along the railroad tracks in Mobile. Bodies here and there were seen floating out to sea. The shrieks of the drowning were hushed by the wails of the winds. The waters from Mobile Bay were being ewept high up the Mobile Iiiver. Tide water was running at Slater's landing, 200 miles from the gulf. Ghouls broke in upon the dead and wounded. Some were shot without mercy. Martial law reigns. The Mo tile Klftes and the Mobile Grays patrol the business districts. Thousands bales of cotton have been swep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 October 1906

rirKiiKi' '' T E F H-A N - 1 ' HENRY EIGHTEENTH I ANNIVERSARY RIG AL,E 1888 II CUT 3&J STRI B3 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29 TO SATURDAY OCTOBER 13. EIGHTEEN YEARS AGO we started in the Furniture business in Ashton with a yery small stock of Furniture. But to-day finds us with one of the largest and most complete stores in Northern Illinois, which was all done by the help we have received from our customers. To show you that we appreciated your help we will give you the benefit of a two weeks Cut Price Sale, when you can save 20 to 50 per cent on every thing you buy. Nothing reserved, everything goes and be sure and take advantage of this sale. Nothing misrepresented. ... All goods plainly marked with former and present prices. 'dm- $5.75 For a Morris Chair extra heavy frame and reversible cushions. Regular price $7.50. $5.95 for a heavy Golden Oak Table, four inch leg, six feet long. Worth $7.50. $7.80 for a Very Pretty Golden Oak Dresser with large lUvM Y'mcJh Kwm-, $1.95 for ...

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