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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 March 1907

1 VOL. XIII. NO. 3. WHOLE NUMBER 628. The AsHTdN Gazette. . ' ' if; XUT NO. 3: . ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MARCH U, 1907. . WHOLE NUMBER 628 BILL TO CATCH TAX DODGERS Has Been Introduced Into the House and Refered to Committee on Revenue NOTES TO BE VOID UNLESS STAMPED BY THE ASSESSOR Should th Bill Become Law It would Un earth Considerable Taxable Paper, We are in receipt of a copy of House bill No. 492, which has been introduced by Representative McGuire. The bill has been refered to the committee on Revenue. As it particularly interests the tax payers, we herewith present it in full. "An Act to provide for the stamping of notes, bills of credit and books of account by assessors and making same void when not so stamped, Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in ihe General Assembly. Section 1. That the county clerk of every county in the state of Illinois shall furnish each year, together with the assessment books, to each assessor of his county, a stam...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 March 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE, RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. .FILE BIG SUGAR SUIT THIRTY MILLION DOLLARS ASKED FROM TRUST. IS Receiver fop Pennsylvanln Refinery Brines Salt Cader Sherman Lw Body of Mardercd (iilKo Man Found tm &nlHinnn. Charges of "conspiracy t throttle all competition hi the sugar industry were made in n suit begun in the United States Circuit Court: in New York by George H. Earfo, Jr., Byainst the American Sugar Refiniag GoD.pany and ilts p.esident. Henry O. Bnverieyer, to iw:over $30,000,00(1, The IVnnsJ.lvanin Sugar Refining Compans', of which Mr. JKarle is receiver, is the nominM plaintiff i)n the( suit, but the reel plaiitiff is the president of the Real Estate Ttrust Comjwny, which is artlng with tire consent ' tht Department of Justice sit Washington. It is 'harge that 'Ok. American "Sugar Retinitis Comtmny through its gent, Gustav K. KiscT, a brokrr of New rk, so deceived Adolph Segal, i he promoter, that complete coo.toJ af the Pennsylvania ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 March 1907

SAYS MURDERER IS INSANE!. ChicRtro Alienist Give Decision After Examination of Thou. Baldwin. Dr. J. Whitney Hall, a medico-legal jneutnl expert of Chicago, after a careful examination, pronounced Thomas Baldwin, who killed Mrs. Eiseman, her daughter, Cora, and Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy a few days ago, hopelessly insane. Dr. Hall was summoned by Baldwin's relatives. He studied the various actions, disposition and other characteristics of the prisoner and talkeii with him at length upon various subjects. lie was introduced to Baldwin simply as a friend, not as a physician, and the prisoner had no suspicion of the character of the examination. He talked freely to Dr. Hall, but would only dwell upon the criminal assault case which led up to the killing. ''You killed TH0MA3 BALDWIN. lour people and will have to hang," was the exclamation of the doctor. It had no effect upon Baldwin. He replied that be did not care whether he was hung or not, but he did not care to be accused of injuring the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 March 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTl RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED KVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months 11.00 .SO - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1907. Square Flap Envelopes at Gazette Book Store. the is still unbroken Huether's Sale, Our stock buy now. Miss Janet Urimtn was a pass enger toRochelle Tuesday after noon. Dr. E. J. Brewer was here Thursday from Shabbona to vis it his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jonker were visitors in Rochelle over Sunday evening, Andrew Fell and daughter who live down at Stone Ridge were Dixon visitors Tuesday. John Reitz and family moved to town Saturday having rented the Wm. Farver property. Gold Fish. Just receiyed new lot and the last for the sea son. Buy now. The Racket. We wish to call special atten tion to the advertisement of liye stock sale at the bottom of page S. Rueben Schuster and Ros:oe Leichliter were in attendance at the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 March 1907

i 1 1 II AXES Keen Kutter Axes Have Stood the Test for 40 Years. They are thoroughly warranted. Price .with Handle $1.00 each. MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, - - Illinois. I Ml HAVE YOU GOT CREAM 0 THROW TO THE HOGS? Of course not You can get better results on much cheaper feed, and you can get Good Money For Every Drop Of Cream You Have To Sell. But you don't get all your cows produce by a tmra to a nan unless you use a separator. i ne improved motionless Empire Cream Separator takes all the cream out of the milk and takes it out as . soon as you want it Come, In and See How the Empire Does It. It't not work. It rant so easily It's play. No complicated machinery to get out of order. Easy to clean as to wash three dinner plates. Turns so easily that the spindle requires only two drops of oil a day. So little friction that the bowl runs half boar after yon stop turning the crank. See for yourself. Let us convince you. uood pouters on dairy prom out 01 reading matter here waiting ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 March 1907

bo Lightning Conductor! Conduct t The elliclency of lightning conductors is fairly well attested by the freedom of the grout cathedrals nnd tallspired churches from injury. St Tiiul's nnd Westminster Abbey, for example, tire well protected, nnd serve to safeguard a large area surrounding them. Kxerience in the navy Is to the same effect. In former days, before conductors were employed, there was an annual charge for damage to his majesty's ships by lightning. Between 1S10 and 181.1. according to Sir W. Snow Harris, thirty-five sails of the line and thirty-five frigates and smaller vessels were completely disabled. That item has now vanished from the votes. London,! Daily Telegraph. to Grandfather's Cure for Constipation REAT medicine, the Sawbuck. Two hours a day sawing wood will keep anyone's Bowels regular. No need of pills, Cathartics, Castor Oil, nor "Physic," if you'll only work the Sawbuck regularly. Exercise is Nature's Cure for Constipation and, a Ten-Mile walk will do, if y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 March 1907

GENERAL BREAKDOWN A Condition Which Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, the Great Blood Tonic, Have Been Curing for Years. There is no moro perplexing trouble for a physician to treat than debility cases, especially In women, In which there Is no acute disease but in which the patient every day sinks lower and lower despite changep of medicine and similar experiments. That Dr. Williams' P'ik Pills wITi restore health under these conditions is no speculation but the fact has been proved In hundreds of cases similar to that of Mrs. Sarah Ramsey, of 100S St. John St., Litchfield, 111. She says "I never felt well after my first child was born. I had a gnawing pain In my stomach and could not hold any food down. My head ached a great deal and sometimes the pain went all through my body. I had dizzy spells bo that I could not stand and seemed to be half blinded with pain. These spells would often last for over an hour. My blood seemed to be In a very poor condition and my hands and feet were, like ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 March 1907

1 - . 1 . as NEW CLO&KS & SKIRTS AS USUAL WE ARE FIRST to show the correct things in the New Wraps and Skirts for Spring. We don't show a single garment until the styles arej Assured, then we show them in quantity. Every style we offer is new and exclusive. We wish to impress upoli our customers that in buying these garments we insist upon quality of fabric as well as style and workmantPiip. If you ask'What's the Style for Spring Things?" the answer will be found at HAMLIN'S. I The W HAMLIN, Rochelle, Leading Dry Goods House In Ogle County. q Illinois. Dress Goods The fabrics of fashion for spring find a strong representation in our stock. We are particularly proud of our showing- at this particular time. We are showing- some exceptional styles in individual suit patterns that are particularly pleasing-. If we can't show you oiir Dress Goods line in person may we not send you samples. Our suitings are priced from 47c to $1.75 a yd. Wash Goods Sheer, dainty an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 March 1907

Fhe ashton Gazette VOL. XIII. NO. 4. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MARCH 21, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 629. TOWN POLITICS ARE LOOKING UP Another Interesting Battle to be Settled at Spring Election CONTESTS IN MANY LEE COUNTY TOWNSHIPS Mtny Supervisors Are Htvlni the Flctat of Their Lives to Retain Their Seats on the Board, As the time for the township election draws nearer, local poli tics are beginning to look up and wax more strongly. In Ashton as well as all over Lee Coun ty there will be the usual contest for office. On April 2nd our citisens will have two sets of candi dates to choose between ns there are two tickets in the field. The first ticket has A. E. Hutchinson as candidate for supervisor and he will be opposed by Chairman John M. Trostle who has served on the board from Ashton for the past twelve years. The next inv portant office is that of collector Wm.Schade is out for re-election and Edward S. Farringer is also an aggressive candidate. Henry Cross, the present assessor is out...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 March 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. ON VERGE OF A PANIC. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, - - - ILLINOIS. BIO SLUMP IN STOCK WALL STREET. JARS PRINCE OF WALES HIT CAUGHT IN RECENT SLUMP IN WALL STREET. air to British Throne and Critic of Rla Father' Speculation la Heavy Loaer Cnta Divorced Wlfe'a Throat. The Prince of Wales, according to a London stock exchange rumor, lias lost heavily by the collapse o American and Canadian securities, so heavily, in fact, that be needs assistance to meet his differences. The prince always affects an -attitude of disapproval of his father's friendship with Cassel and other finan ciers, and nothing was known of his own peculative ventures until the break brought the revelation. It appears that he acted on the advice of an aged Canadian multimillionaire, who himself has been seriously hit. The difficulties of the Prince of Wales have mused subdued gratification among the king's set, especially as he had been so severely criticising the conduct of the latter in beco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 March 1907

I . - ii : r" " ' 1 n i'I II . II V M v : :: ILLINOIS 7 a HUM 1 tt8Std .... . . . Hi w STATE NEWS W i i (Wfi. INDICTED OS GRAFT CHARGES. Grand Juror Brine in Trne Dills Agnlnnt Prominent Peorlans. In a sensational report the grand jury In Peoria indicted former county officials and the present city clerk on charges of embezzlement and falsifying public recprds. Their report alleges that in the past few years these officials have stolen over $75,000 from the inds of the county and city. The report was the result of eight weeks of investigation, during 'which time it is said to have been dis covered that men high in the confidence jof the public have been guilty of grafting in the grossest form. The men indicted were: Robert Joos, city clerk, embezzle nent and falfeasance in office ; D. B. Pot ter, former sheriff, conspiracy and confi- .dence game; W. E. Peters, former dep uty, embezzlement; Sherman Hunt, former deputy, extortion. Besides these offi cials, the grand jury returned thir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 March 1907

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, MARCH Z, 1907. George Meister is quite sick at the present writing. Lvmau Booth transacted busi ness in Oregon Friday. Geo. Putman and wife were :allers in Dixon Thursday. Wm. A. Petrie went to Chicago Tuesday morning on business. M. N. Glenn was a business waller in Franklin Grove Tues- 4aj. Huether's sale continues but short time, buy now and save jnonej. Miss Mary Roat came up from Amboy Friday morning to yisit hex sister Mrs. A. J. Orner. A, C. Bardwell and Attorney J. W. Watts of Dixon were here on legal business Friday. A. M. Bates and wife of DejKalb were down Friday to attend the funeral of Wm. Shoemaker. Wm. Schade went to Dixon Friday morning to turn the tax books over to County Treasurer John M. Sterling. John Byingtpn th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 March 1907

I AXES m I Keen Kutter Axes Have Stood the Test for 40 Years. They are thoroughly warranted. & Price with Handle $1.00 each. & & MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, Illinois. I I wmwm9 HAVE YOU GOT CREAM 0 THROW TO THE HOGS? Of course not You can get better results on much cheaper feed, and you can get Good Money For Every Drop Of Cream You Have To Sell. But you don't get all your cows produce by a third to a half unless you use a Separator.1 The unproved motionless Empire Cream Separator takes all the cream out of the milk and takes it out as soon as you want it Come In and See How the Empire Does It. j ! not work. - It rubs to sasHy Iff play. No complicated uach mir to ttt oat of order. Sur to clean aa to wish threa dinoer platea. Turn, to .aaily that tha spuidlo requires only two drops of oil a day. So litUa friction that the bowl rant a half hoar altar yoo atop taming the crank. Saa for yourself. Let u. convince you. Goad pointers on dairy prof...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 March 1907

DAY IS DYING. "Day Is dying! Float, 0 song, Down the westward river. Requiem chanting to the Day Day the mighty Giver. Pierced by shafts of Time he bleeds, Melted rubies sending Through the river and the sky, Earth and heaven bleeding; All the long-drawn earthly banks Up to cloudland lifting; Slow between them drifts the swan, 'Twixt two heavens drifting. Wings half open, like a flower Inly deeper flushing, Neck and breast as virgin's pureVirgin proudly blushing. Day is dying ! Float, O swan, Down the ruby river; Follow, song, in requiem To the mighty Giver. George Eliot. The house was In a state of chaos. Through the open dining-room door Mainwarlng could see the florist's men discussing the final details of the decorations; from behind a curtained recess came the tinkle of glass and the clatter of china ; overhead heavy thuds proclaimed the removal of trunks. He wore softly when he turned a corner and had to climb over packing cases In order to reach his destination. But once ther...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 March 1907

SICK HEADACHE Positively cored bj these Little Pills. Tliey also relieve Dis tress from Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Too Hearty Sating. " A perfect rem edy lor Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste In the Month, Coated Tongue, Fain In the side, TORPID LIVER. They regulate toe Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE SMALL PRICE. CARTER'S OlTTLE iflVER B3lL CARTERS fJlTTlE If IVER H PIU.8. Genuine Must Bear Fao-Simila Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. Of Skin Tortured Disfigured Babies SHOULD KNOW THAT Warm Baths With 0fBuM ML. And gentle anointings with Cuticura, the great Skin Cure, afford instant relief, permit rest and sleep, and point to a speedy cure of torturing, disfiguring eczemas, rashes, itchings, and irritations of infants and children when all else fails. . Guaranteed absolutely pure, and may be used - - from the hour of birth. 6old throughout th world. Depot: London, 27 Charterhouse Sq.; Paris. 6 Rue de la Pali; Australia. K. Towns t Co., Sydney; India, B. K. Paul. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 March 1907

Ufe PIT Tfc A F'C 0 CFIOTTC AS USUAL WE ARE FIRST to show the correct things in the New Wraps and Skirts for Spring. We don't show a single garment until the styles are assured, then we show them in quantity. Every style we offer is new and exclusive. We wish to impress upon our customers that in buying these garments we insist upon quality of fabric as well as style and workmanship. If you ask,"Vhat's the Style for Spring Things?" the answer will be found at HAMLIN'S. G. W. HAMLIN, Rochelle, q Illinois. The Xeading Dry Goods House In Ogle County. Dress Goods The fabrics of fashion for spring find a strong- representation in our stock. We are particularly proud of our showing- at this particular time. We are showing some exceptional styles in individual suit patterns that are particularly pleasing. If we can't show you our Dress Goods line in person may we not send you samples. Our suitings are priced from 474c to $1.75 a yd. Wash Goods Sheer, dainty and beautiful no adjectives stro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 March 1907

shton Gazette. vol. XIII. NO. 5. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THUKSDAY MARCH 28, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 630. The J I' 1 41 7 1 x 1 1r. m COMMISSIONER HAS TROUBLES Clayton Bowers Has a Hard Keeping a Road Passable Job FOUNDATION IS OF QUICKDSAND Rock and Gravel to a Deeth f Three Seem to be of no Avail In Making a Solid Road Bed. . Feet Highway Commissioner Clayton Bowers hs a proposition keeping a certain piece of country road in passable condition that is enough to baffle the best of road experts. That section of the highway west of town between the homes of Jacob Wagtier and Chas. Evans is certainly a conundrum. In the past few years Mr. Bowers has dumped gravel and rock upon this stretch of highway until there isja thickness of three feet. With all of this work, the rock put on is gradually sinking out of sight. One can drive to the side of the road and notice the main track rise and fall correspondingly to the tramp , of the horses' feet. Such a state of condition would indicate that there is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 March 1907

s. krg I bn i i vi ti H ill I . . I wonder If tbe anguished moon looked nown Thromrh nil thnt last Innv nluht And buried In her scarred breaBt, lean and Drown, The memory of that sight I I wonder If th' uneasy birds awoke As clowpH tHnt Htrtintrn prnnt llirhfr Which paled and purpled east where morning broke, And sang, inspired by God's own breath, j.oerc is no deain ! There is no dealh : There Is no death, O hearts that throb In vain With longing, pulsing tide. Or in love's fullness, nigh akin to pain, Unfearinirlv abide : There is no death, 0 soul whom niggard rate Has left unsatisfied. The cycles swing and Joys those Hps await Mm, mi imtc suug on earrn in pain, "I rise again ! I rise again !" No sacrifice, O Self, can blot thee out, Or satisfy the debt Which binds thee to the usurer of doubt With Interest of regret! Still is not life to even thee denied: One way remalneth yet As was thv Christ, must thou hA ernclfled But with those wounds In bands and feet Hi en bcif finds resurr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 March 1907

E-EiU-NA A MEDICAL COMPOUND la any medical compound as much depends upon the manner in which it is compounded as upon the ingredients used. First, there must be a due proportion of the ingredients. Each drug in the pharmacopeia has its (special action. To combine any drug with other drugs that have slightly different action, the combination must be made with strict reference to tae use for which the compound is intended. The drugs may be well selected as to their efficacy, but the compound ENTIRELY SPOILED BY THE PROPORTION in which they are combined. It takes years and years of experience to discover this proportion. There is no law of chemistry, of primacy, by which the exact balance of proportion can be determined. EXPERIENCE IS THE ONLY GUIDE. In compounding a catarrh remedy Dr. Hartman has had many years' experience. In the use of the various ingredients which compose the catarrh remedy, Peruna, he has learned, iittle by little, how to harmonize the action of each ingredient, h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 March 1907

HENRY STEPHAN'S Great spring' and Easter Furniture iSale OUR MOTTO has been and ever will be to sell the Best Made Furniture at a price as low if not lower than any other Furniture and Mail Order house in this land of ours, quality considered. We can only give you a few prices and cuts of goods of what we have, and we assure you it will pay you to drive 30 miles or more and make your purchases in Furniture, Carpets, Talking Machines, Sewing Machines, Pianos and Rugs, in fact -everything needed in the Home, 1QQ7 fy-ot till:. IT SECTIONAL BOOKCASES Wto' -'t Eft.:; inn n.-i.. rrr nn.tr T':.B. . ,."i':l V 1 M I I MM I l.r I I II I N T ij WilEflYDU BUYAOVrtrf" Bedrooom Suits the store is full of them. Yoi want to see them all. Couches from the very best made. See cul to the cheapest grade. The New Royal Sewing Machine is a piece ol art; is perfect in running-. Extension Table like cut is the best made table that American workman can make. Do you want to see a smile on your wife's face. B...

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