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

1 Jrfm LJ , 1 1 I J 1 I mJ III VM -V Oiir Tall Coats Cornet in Style and Comet in Price Ladies' Black Broadcloth loose fitting coats 54 inches long, neatly trimmed with velvet and braid, all sizes, a regular $10 coat while they last your chpice...; ..$7.49 Ladies' Black Broadcloth loose fitting coats 54 inches long, with velvet and braid, all' sizes and regular $12.50 values, your choice. ...9. 98 Don't miss seeing our line of exclusive styles in light and dark loose fitting and Prince Chap coats, prices $10 up to .-; 25.00 Bargains in Blankets' 50 pairs of 104 Grey cotton Blankets, exceptional values this week at... i. 49C 30 pairs of full 10-4 Heavy Fleeced Grey cotton Blankets, a pair ;...i, 75C 25 pairs of 11-4 Heavy Fleeced Grey Cotton Blankets cut and bound single, regular $1.19 values, this week a pair '.;'4 98C 25 pairs 12-4 extra large sized heavy fleeced Grey Cotten Blankets, regular , $1.69 values this week a pair $ 1 .39 See other special values in Blankets before you pu...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 October 1906

1 THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. ... t 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, OCT. 4, 1906. THE MOOR'S PLEDGE. A Point of Honor Rellclooalr OW erred by Arabs and Saracen. A Spanish cavalier In a sodden quarrel slew a Moorish gentleman and fled. His pursuers soon lost sight of him, (or be had unpercelved thrown himself over a garden wall. The owner, a Moor, happening to be In bis garden, was addressed by the Spaniard on his knees, who acquainted blm with his case and Implored concealment "Eat this," said the Moor. "You know that you may confide In my protection." He then locked blm up In his garden apartment, telling blm that as soon as It was night be would provide for his escape to a place of safety. The" Moor then went to his bouse, where be had Just seated himself, when a great crowd, with loud lament...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 October 1906

In.. i tt At 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. Carpet and Rug Sale Lace Curtain, Drapery Sale Thousands of dollars worth of. new goods for this sale every piece included at the cut prices. Its our annual sale you know and it .lasts-allr montn of October. ;..,.. - Everything Delivered to you...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 October 1906

ftAIN IN THE WOODS. When on the leaves the rain insists, And every gust brings showers down : When all the woodland smokes with mists, I take the old rond out of town Into the hills through which it twists. flows Turbid with hill-washed clay, and loud As some strange horn a wildman Wows. Like knots upon the gray-bark:d trees The lichen-colored moths are pressed ; And, wedged in hollow blooms, the bees Seem clotted pollen ; in its nest The hornet creeps nnd lies at ease!. The butterfly and forest bird Are huddled on the same gnarled bough. From which, like some raiu-voweled word That dampness hoarsely utters now, The tree toad's voice is vaguely heard. ; and again filled for me with I crouch and listen The woods are forms Weird, elfin shapes in train on train Arise ; and now I feel the arms Around me of the wraiths of rain. O, wraiths of rain ! 0, trailing mist ! Still fold me, hold me, and pursue ! Still let my lips by yours be kissed, Still draw me with your hands of dew Unto the t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 October 1906

The Farmer's Wife If very oareful about her chum. Sh scalds It thoroughly after using, and gives It a sun bath to sweeten It. She knows that if her churn is sour It will taint the butter that is mode tn it. The stomach rs a churn. In the stomach and digestive and nutritive tracts are performed processes which are almost exactly like the churning of butter. Is it not apparent then that if this stomach-churn is foul it makes foul all which is put Into It? The evil of a foul stomach is not alone the bod taste In the mouth and the foul breath caused by It, but tho corruption of the pure current of blood and tho dissemination of disease throughout the body. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery makes the sour and foul stomach sweet. It does for the stomach what tho washing and sun bath do for the churn absolutely removes every tainting or corrupting element In this way It cures blotches, pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings, sores, or open eating ulcers and all humors or diseases ari...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 October 1906

i La ISLj Lldj Llli r LiDi oLj uu oiLj Li f 1 3 TO TO TO TO BUY GET GET GET A CLOAK SATISFACTION VALUE STYLE AND FIT THAT IS THE HAMLIN WAY The Other WayIs to Take "Any Old Thing" That Is Offered You Is to "Guarantee Satisfaction" In General Terms. THE HAMLIN WAY Is to give an absolute warrant of QUALITY, WORKMANSHIP and DURABILITY. After you have visited our Cloak Room, inspected our.line, been fitted with our garments that FIT YOU, and found that the price as well as the GARMENT pleases there's no need lor delay. Better come now and let the "PEOPLE THAT KNOW HOW" fit you with that WINTER CLOAK. G. W. HAMLIN, The Leading Dry Goods House in Ogle County. ROCHELLE, ILLINOIS. EB m oo- J mhai&ontU Tire Tloina.s Geo. Gcjer was a business caller in Dixon Monday. Oil Sardines 3 c.ts Iluether's. Carl Grove went to Chicago Monday morning, There was a light fret noticeable Monday morning. .il.M.ry Hc-nniug came back Sunday lrom Waterloo. Dr. Win. Petersmeyer.svas a visitor in Chic...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 October 1906

ASHTl:f Gazette. VOL. XII. NO. 33. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY; OCTOBER 11, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 606. The LOWDEN GIVEN ROYAL WELCOME Republican Rally Thursday Even ing Attended by Crowds from Many Miles COLONEL ENDORSES THE ADMINISTRATION Makes Pie For' Party and Explains Attitude Towards Public Questions. His The Republican rally brought a very laree crowd to town Thursday evening which plain ly showed that Ashton was as strong Republican as ever. Col Frank O. Lowden, candidate for congressman came to the city shortly after noon and spent the greater part of the afternoon in company with county committee man F. H. Bassler, visiting the different business houses and meeting our citizens. The crowd began to gather in town quite early, and at 7:30 p. m. the La favette Band came upon the street and for the half hour pre cedinar the opening of the meet ing they discoursed music ap proprtate for the occasion. When the speaker entered the opera house, the entire seating capaci was occupied. ...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 October 1906

i THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTON, ILLINOIS. CREW CAUSED WRECK THOUGHT TO HAVE SUNK SIRIO FOR PURPOSES OF ROBBERY. Strong Box Has Been Found, but Looted of Gold Which It Had Contained New York Y. M. C. A. to Train Office Boys. Evidence tending to prove conclusively tlittt robbers sacrificed the lives o 150 persons and wrecked the big trans-Atlantic steamer Sirio off Cartagena, Spain, in order to steal $500,000 has been discovred. The strong box of the steamer wax uncovered in the wreckage and opened. It was found to be empty, although hermetically sealed when discovered. A tremendous sensation has been caused by the discovery. The secret service agents of (he government intimate that members of the steamer's crew are under suspicion and that arrests are likely to follow. The assistance of the Italian government will lie asked in clearing up the mystery. It is declared that a conspiracy existed among the suspected znembers of the crew and that after looting the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 October 1906

SEE FINISH OF ZION. TOO MANY PROPHETS DESTROYING DOWIE'S CITY. With Religion anil Indufttrlea Shattered, the Once Thrlvlnw Community May Go Under the Hammer Many Cult and Creeds Zion City seems to be on the verge of another nphes'ViiI, says a Chicago correspondent. Wilbur Glenn Volivu, newly acclaimed at the polls and recognized by the United States Court as the head of the religlo-lndustrial community founded and lost by John Alexander Dowie, is angry and disgusted over recent developments and is said to be on the point of abandoning the JOHN ALEXANDER DOWIE. strenuous battle he has made for the perpetuation of Zion. It is conceded that if he takes this step, the last vestige of hope for realization of the dream that Dovvie and his followers shared will have been shattered. The greatest asset that Zion City could boast the unity of the people is being disrupted by schism, jealousy and factionalism, and it is this condition that has made Voliva waver in his ZION CITY efforts to rest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 October 1906

.1 0w Ta Coats Correct in Style and Correct in Price.... Ladies' Black Broadcloth loose fitting coats 54 inches long, neatly trimmed with velvet and braid, all sizes, a regular $10 coat while they last your choice $7.4-9 Ladies' Black Broadcloth loose fitting coats 54 inches long, with velvet and braid, all sizes and regular $12.50 values, your choice.. 9.98 Don't miss seeing our line of exclusive styles in light and dark loose fitting and Prince Chap coats, prices $10 up to 25.00 Bargains in Blankets 50 pairs of 10-4 Grey cotton Blankets, exceptional values this week at ....... 49C 30 pairs of full 10-4 Heavy Fleeced Grey cotton Blankets, a pair.... 75C 25 pairs of 11-4 Heavy 'Fleeced Grey Cotton Blankets cut and bound single, regular $1.19 values, this week a pair..-.,.... . Q8C 25 pairs 12-4 extra large sized heavy fleeced Grey Cotten Blankets, (regular $1.69 values this week a pair,..; $ 1 ,39 See other special values in Blankets before you purchase. They range in price from $1....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 October 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, toves, 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. Come in and see us hmm s T O V E S and F U R N A C E Moore (Si Glenn. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. Kepes' Jlnnml Tall Sak. Lasts Jill Zh'ts month of October, ITS A HUMMER THE RED TAGS TELL THE STORY They're carried on more than forty thousand dollars worth of furniture, carpets, room-size rugs, lace curtains, draperies, linoleums, etc. We let you know about it, the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 October 1906

80 THE OLD FOLKS 8AY. The old folks say, The times are changing, The bygone years were surely best ; O'er land and sea, for ever ranging, Men wander now in vague unrest; And faded are the green romances, The morning light has died away, The world has lost its golden chances, So the old folks say. The old folks say, The days are duller. The sweetest songs are left unsung, The spring was full of scent and color, Long, long ago, when we were young, Above our heads the sky was clearer, And wanner was the sunlight ray ; let heaven is now a little nearer, So the old folks say. The old folks say, 'Tis Maytime weather. Play, children, to your hearts desire, But leave us hand in hand together, Beside the swiftly failing fire. For earthly chains are near their breaking. And eyes are dim and locks are gray, But Love's a dream that knows no waking, So the old folks say. Pall Mall Gazette. rrp HE full realization of ber love II for Meredith came to Helen as She watched him enter the drawing room...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 October 1906

WW I IB B 1 WW LM SMPWnifnAn ?uiv nniw ? u SKETCH OF THE LIFE And a True Story of How the Vegetable Compound Had Its Birth and How the "Panic of 73" Caused it to be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Stores. This remarkable woman, whose maiden name was Estes, was born in Lynn, Mass., February 9th, 1819, coming from a good old Quaker family. For some years she taught school, and became known as a woman of an alert Bnd investigating mind, an earnest seeker after knowledge, and above all, possessed of a wonderfully sympathetic nature. In 1843 she married Isaac Pinkham, a builder and real estate operator, and their early married life was marked by prosperity and happiness. They had four children, three sons and a daughter. In those good old fashioned days it was common for mothers to make their own home medicines from roots and herbs, nature's own remedies calling in a physician only in specially urgent cases. By tradition and experience many of them gained a wonderful knowledge of the cur...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 October 1906

TO BUY A CLOAK TO GET SATISFACTION TO GET VALUE TO GET STYLE AND FIT THAT IS THE HAMLIN WAY The Other WayIs to Take "Any Old Thing" That Is Offered -You ' Is to "G-uarantee Satisfaction" In General Terms. THE HAMLIN WAY Is to give an absolute warrant of QUALITY, WORKMANSHIP and DURABILITY. After you have visited our Cloak Room, inspected our line, been fitted with our garments that FIT YOU, and found that the price as well as the GARMENT pleases there's no need lor delay. Better come now and let the "PEOPLE THAT KNOW HOW" fit you with that WINTER CLOAK. ' ' The Leading Dry Goods House in $0)1$ People Hre Boinq l Si A. L. Clark was a Kochelle isitor Thursday. S. T. Zeller was a caller in .Sterling; Saturday. Mis Janet Griffith was in Rochelle Saturday. Miss Mary Bowers was a Rochelle caller Saturday. Prof, and Mrs. McKnight were Sterling' visitors Saturday. Wm. Schade Jr. was a business visitor in Kochelle Thursday. Isaac TrasU and J. II. Byvrs were callers in Dixon Saturday. Twenty ...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 October 1906

SUPPLEMENT TO Supervisors' Report. State ol Illinois, County of Lee, ss. The board pf supervisors of Lee county, Illinois, met in regular session at the court house In the city of Dixon In said county on the second Tuesday, being the 11th day of September A. D. 1906, Hon. John M. Trostle, chairman, presiding and the following members were present: James Klrby, A. J. Tompkins, Jno. J. Wagner, H. F. Gehant, M. A. Craw1 ford, W. H. Edwards, N. A. Cortrlght, W. C. Jones, E. E. Fischer, Win. Anderson, James P. Dunn, Thos. P. Long, S. L. Shaw, Abram Ackert, James Buckley, J. M. Huyett, W. W. Harden, J. C. McCleary, Michael Sullivan, Chas. I. Will, A. T. Tourtlllott, John Montavon, Lars C. Rlset- ; ter and F. E. Rogers. The' application of Annie Ryan of - East Grove township and Charles Hanford of Amboy for relief under the act for relief for the blind being read to the board by the clerk, on motion of Supervisor Crawford, aid applications are referred to the Judiciary committee for invest...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 October 1906

r I 25c per $100, town $250. Nelson, rb 60c per $100, town $250 Palmyra, rb 60c per $100, specla 50c per $100, town $250. Reynolds, r b $1850. South Dixon, rb $1 per $100, town $250. Sublette, rb $2796.30, city $250, town $600. Viola, r b 80c per $100, town $175 Willow Creek, rb $1000 and 60c per $100, town $200. Wyoming, rb COc per $100, special $3172.50, town $689. Whereupon it is ordered by the board that said sums be extended as taxes upon the several collectors books of said towns for the year 1906. And now the delinquent list? of the district road tax for the radons townships of said Lee county, which are under the labor system being laid before the hoard of supervisors of said town working under said la bor system as required by law; on motion of Supervisor Dunn, the coun ty clerk is Instructed and authorized by the board to spread or extend said tax upon the collectors books of said towns and upon the rallrosd book In township which are under said labor system, upon the proj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 October 1906

FHE as Gazette. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1906. VOL. XII., NO. 34. WHOLE NUMBER 607. HTOT VERTICAL WRIT ING ABOLISHED Board of Education Adopts New System of Writing for the School WILL USE THE SLANT WRITING Oil Method founl to Be the Best Several Years Trial of the Vertical System. After The Board of Education of the Ash ton Public School have a dopted a new system of writing: throughout the entire school This change has been under con sideration for some time, but the time of adoption was deferred until at such a time when the pupils had finished their copy books they were using1. For several years the Normal Review System, more commonly known as the Vertical System has been in use in the public school. During the past months this system has been replaced m many schools by the slant writ ing. A year ago the vertical system was removed from the Chicaaro schools because it was found to be impracticable. Firms all over the country, that hire great amount of clerks and b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 October 1906

I HE ASHTON GAZETTE, RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HTON, ILLINOIS. JONES DIES OJS' TRAIN. FAMOUS EVANGELIST PASSES AWAY IN CAR BERTH. Reformed Drunkard Who Later Became IiCiiili-iiK Llg-ht Aiiioiih' Sensational Preachers I'oalofflcc Dent-it In Cut Dotih Four Million. Samuel Jones, the noted evangelist, dropped dead in an Oklahoma, Choctaw and Gulf train near Little Kdck, Ark. Mr. Jones' home was at Cartersville, (a., fifty miles from Atlanta. Mr. Jones was traveling from a point west of Little Rock, and his destination was Memphis. Jones' eecntricities made him famous. Once a drunkard, he became a powerful temperance lecturer, though once or twice he appeared intoxicated on the platform. Samuel l'orler Jones, known everywhere as "Sam," was born in Alabama Oct. II, 1S47, and was admitted to the Georgia bar in 1NI!. Ilia addiction to drink soon ruined bis legal career. In 3872 he became a clergyman of the Methodist church, south, and for eight years was pastor of various churches. For t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 October 1906

t ADVENT 0E THE NEW HERO. LLINOIS SMI EHEWS ACUITTED IN SIX MINUTES. (aria, III., Woman Freed of Murder Charge in Record Time. A jury was out only six minutes in Faris to acquit Mrs. William Mings o shooting her husband with intent to kill. The defense offered no testimony and the Attorneys for the defense made no argU' ments. The ,case collapsed because the lusbaud would not testify to the facts it was expected he would. No one was in the room with the couple last January when the shot was fired which for weeks was expected to have fatal effect. There was much mystery about the case. The wounded man is a resident of Edgar county and a leader in Republican party af- , fairs. A trained nurse was employed rotn Terre Haute to -attend him and for several days after the shooting he .grew worse as much because of an indescribable fear as from the gunshot wound. He was finally taken to the hospital in Paris and recovered. Then he left the county and for a long time it was feared he would n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 October 1906

1 1 OUR MOTTO, "SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK." Bargains in Cutting Gowns. Large assortment of Ladies' Outing Flannel night gowns in Pinks and Blues, a great bargain at each 49C Ladies' Outing Flannel Night gowns in plain White and Pink and blue stripes made Of the very best outing flannel, while they last, each 75C Ladies' and gent's Outing Flannel Night Gowns in plain White, Pink and Blue, also pink and blue stripes, made of Ainoskeag Outing very special values, each 98C Bargains in Underwear. Ladies' heavy Fleeced Vests and Drawers in Grey and Natural Colors. Special values this week at, each., 49 C 40 dozen Gents extra heavy Fleece lined Shirts and Drawers regular 65c values, while they last each 49C We now carry a large line of Ladies' and Gents Vassar Union Suits at lowest prices. Bosiery Specials. 25 dozen Ladies' and Children's heavy Fleeced Black Cotton Hose, all sizes special a pair ,v IOC 25 dozen Ladies' and Children's heavy Fleeced and plain Ribbed Black Cotton hose g...

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