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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 March 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, BD1TQR AND PUBLISHW. MJBMSHRD RV8KY THORSBAY. TSRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year His months, Three month $1.00 .50 . .25 Entered at the postofflce In Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TCLCPHONE NO. 60. THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1907. PAYS VISIT TO FORD'S THEATRE Dr. Van Home Goes Through the Building in Which Booth Shot Lincoln THEATRE NOW USED BY PENSION DEPARTMENT Former Methodlit Presldlnc Elder Writes Story of Famous Crlmt-Same Paper on, tht Wall-Relics of Trstedy. Continued from Page 4wood bottom arm chair. Here is the first desk he used in his home a plain, cheap desk, and which Mrs. Lincoln had thrown out in the street as rubbish when thev were ready to move to tle capi tal of the nation. Mr. Lincoln had it gathered up and given t a friend to keep. Little did Mrs, Lincoln think that some day the desk which she called "rtibbnh" would be so .highly prized as having beea used by her distinguished husband. Out of the 24 busts, st.iluesand life mns...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 March 1907

SEC OND mmmsasssaa1. HAND We now have several good second hand stoves on hand which we can sell cheap. MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, Illinois. I What Peoole Jlre Dotf tf.fi Gus Krios was a Dixon filler Thursday.; J . V Miss Anna Krug was u Dixon visitor Thursday. Wm, Light transacted business in Rochelle Thursday. A. Ct. Graham transacted Uusii Hess in Dixon Tluirsday. " V. II. -Myers was a business caller-' in Dixon: Thursday, Mes. Al' W. Rsegran, went to Chicago Thursday morning. ' HAVE YOU GQT 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 pet all your cows produce by a third to a half unless you use a Separator. The improved frictionless 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. U' not work. It runs so easily it's play. No complicated machinery to 'get ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 March 1907

EASTER IN THE CHURCH- Continued from Page 1- Cross" Bessie Randall, Ellen Griffith, Odessa Durston, Minnie Krug, Edna Stephan, Grace Williams, Lottie Krug. Song, Clioirs. Recitation, "Purity, Truth, Fragrance" Marjorie Griffith, Esther Durston, Irma Stevens. Song, Miss Katharine Griffith's class. Recitation, "Easter Voices" Dewey Hanson, Adrian Knapp Webster Weaver, Wilbur Han son, Kaliei Durston. Short Address by pastor. Chorus, choir. Easter offering. Closing chorus, "Night is O'er." choirs and school. Benediction. Methodist Services. The services at the Methodist Episcopal Church will be some what irregular owing to the Easter Exercises. The regular Sunday School session will be omitted and the Easter program rendered instead. This will be given at 10:30 o'clock, however, instead 9:30, final arrangements being impossible at the earlier hour. Opening chorin, "Come Join the Song" choir. Invocation, Mr. Nickey. Primary Exercises. Song, "The Herald Bright" choir. Recitation, "How the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 March 1907

r yi : i THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. BURIED IN DEEP WELL OLD MAN SUR"'.VES UNDER TONS OF CAVED-IN EARTH. Taken Oat Next nr, Having Suffered bat Slight Injnrlea Pnclurulion of Culm Cants United States 92,500,000 Latent News. Ernest Adams, aged 7-1 years, n contractor, while engaged in donning out a deep well about four miles outside of St. Paul, Minn., was buried under tons of earth that caved m on top of hiin at 5 :30 o'clock tle other evening. lie was taken out alive at 3 o'clock the following afternoon. Tile n!y injury he sustained wan a slight bruise on the head, and he is apparently n worse for his experience. The -work of digging the earth out was kept up continuously despite other cave-ins until the workers reached the bottom timbers aa4 learned for the first time that the old man had survived, lie was found sitting astride one of the planks. As he was raised 'to the surface the first remark ie made 'was that "he was good and hungry." When t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 March 1907

r l 1 1 1 TT I 1 I r I POLKS Ilt'M INTO STREET. 'Convert cil Saloon Man Threatened !y Liquor Friends. Nearly $1,000 worth of whisky, wine and high-grade intoxicating beverages of .all kinds was poured out on the streets iu Litchfield the other morning in the presence of thousands of spectators as a result of the conversion of J. K. Icany, proprietor of The Chief, one of the most prominent saloons of the city, The bar rels and bottles were smashed from large dray, and the ex-saloonkeeper con -ducted the smashing. All the Protestant ministers of the city took a stand on the dray, and after all the liquor had been destroyed the vast crowd joined in sing ing "America." Evangelist E. E. .Violett made a stirring address denouncing the liquor traffic and insisting that the saloons bo voted out of Litchfield in the apiproaching municipal election. Teany -was -the hero of the hour. He was obliged to "receive" the great host of people and for nearly an hour stood on the dray shaking hands. Te...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 March 1907

AMLIN ,W DLirAKll RIMM 'S NE MUNI "" A S LADIES T A New Line full of style and quality, j A line of merchandise strictly in keeping with the balance of HAMLIN merchandise, the very best of its kind to be had. Take time to-day to inspect our showing. Exclusive styles for all. The buying public have given the HAMLIN HATS their approval; they are selling rapidly. Don't delay your visit to the big new Millinery department of The Leading Dry Goods House In Ogle Coulity. Special Offerings For Spring Ladie's Coats and Skirts ; New Dress Goods New Wash Fabrics New Shirt Waists New Laces and Embroideries Carpets and Linoleums Room Size Rugs Portieres Lace Curtains Curtain Madras Koclhielie 1 (TL W. r.am:iiL ; : : r. .. A, U , IWhat People 3 Dcing. Mrs. W. II. Bates spent Saturday in DeKalb. G. A. Haniel received a carload of flour Monday. J. H. Byers transacted business in Dixon Monday. W. F. Rdoington went to Oregon Saturday morning-. Mrs. Margaret Beach went to Roclielle Friday afternoon. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 March 1907

SUPPLEMENT TO ASHTON GAZETTE Supervisor's Report . . 7 State of Illinois, ) ' (ss. 1 County of Lee ) On Tuesday the twenty-sixth day of February, A. D. 1907, the board of supervisors of Lee county, Illinois, met at the court house in the city of Dixon, pursuant to adjournment. Present, Honorable John M. Trostle chairman, and the following members, to-wlt: A. J. Tompkins, James Kirby, John J. Wagner, H. F. Gehant, M. A. Crawford, W. H. Edwards, N. A. Cortright, W. C. Jones, B. E. Fischer, J. P. Dunn, Thos. P. Long, S. L. Shaw, Abram Ackert, J. H. Huyett, W. W. Harden, J. C. McCleary, Michael Sullivan, Chas. I. Will, J. P. Malach, Lara C. Eisetter, John Montavon, F. E. Rogers, James Buckley and Wm. Anderson. On motion of Supervisor Crawford all bills on file against Lee county are referred to their proper committees. The report of the grand jury for the January term, A. D. 1907, of the circuit court of Lee county, Illinois, being read to the board by the " clerk, on motion of Supervis...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 March 1907

4,500 ho shall receive the sum 0$ five hundred dollars (1500.00) per, annum." " f And whereas, the said board . ol supervisors at Its said meeting pass- . ed a resolution purporting to fix the salaries and allowances of the various county officers" of said county,' which said resolution allowed to the ' county treasurer a salary of $1,300 ou,--.t. w.mm Oherhalman per annum and $800 per annum for, Vlalo-Peter C. Wagner - . deputy hire, Now. therefore, be It Willow Creek-George A. Wise 'resolved, that at, the time of so fix-Wyoming-Wilson S. Barry . ', IK the annual salary of the county Which said list is approved by the treasurer at the sum of $1,200 In . ... . . in flonntv hire, the ' said board and the derK is ttirecteo. to uU. r-, - Hsjnllton-Wllliam Hopkins Harmon Peter Blackburn , Lee Center Isaac N. Wood Marlon August Caklllr May Bernard, Dorsey ' i 1 ' , Nachusa George S. Weldman Nelson George Whltmore Palmyra Ellis : E. Mason , Reynolds Francis O'Rorke : South Dixon Louis W. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 April 1907

1 ( ''V.-; ashton Gazette. vol. XIII. NO. 6. ASHTOtf, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY APRIL 4, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 631. THE TROSTLE WON BY NINE VOTES Heaviest Vote Ever Polled Ashton Township In RUMORS ARE OUT TO CONTEST COUNT Ftrrlnger Wins by Marrow margin Schade for the Collecfrrship. Over Perhaps the most hotly contested election in Ashton township was held Tuesday when J. M. Trostle defeated A; E. Hutchinson for Supervisor by nine votes. A closer contest was that of the colector, when E. S. Farringer beat Wm. Schade Jr. by seven votes. John Greve was elected town clerk with a majority of 20 votes and Henry Gross was elected Assessor by IS votes. Rumor was current on the street yesterday that the count would possibly be contested, but as yet no action has been taken. H ol lowing1 is the vote of Ashton and .neighboring- townships. For Supervisor, A. E. Hutchinson 151 J. M. Trostle. 160 For Town Clerk, John Greve 161 George B' Garrett. 141 For Assessor, James Leidv 146 Henry Gross. 161 v For Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 April 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. &EAN, Publisher. JL8HTON, ILLINOIS. MIXED UP MARITALLY OLD MAN WEDS GIRI SON TAKES HER MOTHER. 'Peculiar State of Affair ot Two NelffhborinB South Dakotf Ranches Two Soldiers Convlctei of Hiffhway Robbery. A unique double wedding, at which n snnn (iO years old married a girl 20 years oltf, and his son, 38 years old, married her mother, 44 years old, was celebrated near Snoma, S. D., the other day. Richard Ellsworth, a widower, and his son. Keene Ellsworth, lived on a ranch adjoining that on which Mrs. Emma E. Barrett, a widow, and her daughter, Jennie Barrett, made their home. The eldei Ellsworth drove frequently to the Barrett ranch to spend an evening, and so, did hi; on. It was supposed by the neighbors that the father as paying court to Mrs Barrett and that the son was paying court to her daughter. It was decided to have a double wedding and to take a wedding journey together. Father and son and mother and daughter started south immediate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 April 1907

i . New Bill Introduced. The United Societies of Chicago complicated the local option situation by causing to be introduced in the Senate a bill that is far more radical than the Browne substitute. Section 9 of the measure permits the reopening of the saloon question in .all anti-saloon territory, including Hyde Park. The bill has no county, ward or precinct features. Any city, town or village, it is provided, may vote on the saloon question and if a city votes "dry" any business block may on petition of a majority of the frontage secure saloons. On the other hand, if a city votes "wet" any residence block may on petition of a majority of the frontage become dry. The unit in such cases is both sides of the -designated block between two intersecting streets. Where two-thirds of both sides -of a street ib used for business purposes the block shall be conidered a business block and where two-thirds of a Silock is occupied by residences it shall be designated a residence block. Hyde Par...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 April 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 postofflce in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1907. Tellinar the Time. One of the accurate ways of telling the time Is to use your hand as on hour mark. Nothing simpler. All farmers not possessed of watches or clocks and who hare some practical notions of common utilities not Invented by man, but given to us by the Creator, know the rule. It is necessary to keep in mind the hour of sunrise and sunset and to hold the arm straight out from the shoulder, with the hand at right angles, bending from the wrist forward. If the sun sets at 7 o'clock and is still high In the heavens close one eye and make three meas ures of the width of the palm near the thumb. Each measure means one bour. Three measures mean three hours, so that the time thus obtained la 7 less 3, or 4 o'clock....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 April 1907

I t f r" SECOND HAND STOVES We now have several good second hand stoves on hand which we can sell cheap. Wbat People JIre Doing. MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, - - Illinois. " W:V" M0 1 HAVE YOU GOT CREAM O THROW TO THE HOGS? Of course not You can get better results on much cheaper feed, and you can get Good Money Fop 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.' The unproved frictionless a Separator, Empire Cream Separator takes all the cream out of the milk and takes it out as soon as you want it Come In and Seo How the Empire Does It. It's not work. It runs so easily It's play. No complicated machinery to get out of Order. Easy to clean as to wash three dinner plates. Tarns so easily that the spindls requires only two drops ot oil a day. So little friction that the bowl runs a ball hour after yon stop turning' the crank. See for yourself. Let us convince you. Good pointers on dairy profit out ot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 April 1907

THE TWO BUILDERS. Two men, a Chinese legend runs, Once found that each must build A house. And each, in building, was An artisan most skilled. But one thought of the days of work, And weary was at heart. The other thought not of the toil, But how 'twere best to start. The one knelt down before his Joss, With countenance dismayed. He asked the Joss to build the house, And prayed, and prayed, and prayed. The other gathered up bis tools, And straight the task assailed. He hewed the joists, and hung the doors And nailed, and nailed, and nailed. The one prayed on, before his Joss, Through all the weary while. The Joss peered from the altar smoke With something like a smile. The other, when he built his house, Took all the extra planks And burned them at the Joss' feet An offering of thanks. The one looked up from where he knelt, And cried : "Oh, wretched man, You did not wait for holy aid, Yours was a wicked plan." The other smiled, and answered him : "I'd not ask Joss to bless A quality...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 April 1907

MEN ADMIRE a pretty face, a good flprure, but sooner or later learn that the healthy, happy, contented woman is most of all to be admired. Women troubled with falntinrr spells, irregularities, nervous irritability, backache, the "blues," and those dreadful dragging1 sensations, cannot hope to be happy or popular, and advancement in either home, business or social life is impossible. The cause of these troubles, however, yields quickly to LydiaB. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs It acts at once upon the organ afflicted and the nerve centers, dispelling effec tually BU WUW uiotrcoaiug bjui toms. No other medicine in the country has received such unqualified indorsement or has such a record of cures of female ills as has Lydia E. Piokham's Vegetable Compound Miss Emma Buntzler, of 631 State St., Schenectady, N. Y., writes: "For a long; time I was troubled with a weakness which seemed to drain all my Btrength away. 1 had dull headaches, was nervous, irritabl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 April 1907

NEW D F P A 1R? TiViflF MT HATS. 1 - Lr;c;: '.. ir.i '').. u (,,-v-i O: A New Line full of style and quality. A line of merchandise strictly in keeping with the balance of HAMLIN merchandise, the very best of its kind to be ; had. Take time to-day to inspect our showing. Exclusive styles for all. The buying public have given the HAMLIN HATS their approval; they are selling rapidly. Don't delay your visit to the big new Millinery department of The Leading Dry Goods House In Ogle County. opeciai urr enngs For Spring Ladie's Coats and Skirts New Dress Goods New Wash Fabrics New Shirt Waists New Laces and Embroideries 1 111 ii Carpets and Linoleums Room Size Rugs Portieres Lace Curtains Curtain Madras imiii imiiiiiiiiiwiii !! i iiBrT"" in i i , ,, " f-1 'i Boing. a r.-ll of carv. plnn's, 50 yds. hr 1.: We are told that man is of dust jet some men settle. made never working i. w. home : t t to Dix- 11 in.; to visit' n Kay Jeni;.; it cf Dixon b.dy spent nlhcr M. D. 'I.-'V .fid went short ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 April 1907

ASHTqIn Gazette HE VOL. XIII. NO. 7. NEW BANK OPENS FRIDAY MORNING Everything In Readiness for Opening of the Farmers State Bank the AN ELEGANT LOT OF NEW FIXTURES Has Capitalization of $25,000 and Responsibility of Stock holders Is near the Half Million Mark. The newly -organized Farmers State Bank will open its doors for business to-morrow morning at 9:00 a. m. During the past two months workman have been busy remodeling the interior of the Eisenberg building and now everything is in readiness for the opening day. The first work done was to build a vault from the ground up It has walls two feet thick and there is a four inch air space. The safe is a very large one and is located outside of the vault, it is of the best fire proof kind and weighs five tons. The fixtures are very pretty. The counters and frame work are made of quarter-sawed oak and the grill work is of oxidized copper, the glasswork being beveled plate chipped plate glass. The dealing plates are of the finest Tenness...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 April 1907

THE ASHTOIV GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. 28 SHOCKS AT BITLIS. TOWN IN TURKISH ARMENIA NEARLY DESTROYED. Missionary Write of Recent Earth' quake, In Which Eight rersons Were Killed Federal Grand Jury Indicts Wyoming- Alan. The following dispatch has been re ceived from the Rev. Itoyal M. Cole, head f the American mission at Bitlis: "Bit lis, Turkish Armenia. At 10 o'clock in the forenotfii of March 29 there burst upon us unannounced the worst earthquake witnessed in forty yenrs in these r the Erzerum volcanic regions. Sucn was its force that our city seemed to to in the jaws of some monster who would shake it into shreds as a mastiff does his game. Down came the plastering, the furniture was overturned, cracks were opened in strongs walls, roofs were shattered and rain poured in. During the first day there were fourteen shocks and they still continue. There have been nl together twenty-eight shocks. Of the 4,000 houses here more than 300 have fallen and half t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 April 1907

CHICAGO PEOPLED BV 2,040,183. Census Bureau Verlfles Claim State Third In Population. The United States census bureau has placed its official "O. K." on Chicago's .claim to having passed the 2,000,000 mark in population. The census bureau has announced' its estimates of the popuJation of the United States for 190G. The .figures for Chicago are 2,049.185. In 1900 they were 1,098,575. The gain in aix years is 350,010. Chicago remains the second city in the Union in point of population, New York being first with 4,113,043. Six years ago its population was 3,437.202, so that its increase has been 655,841. Illinois is the third State of the Union in point of population. In 1906 the census bureau estimated that it was populated by 5,418,670 persons, as against 4,821,550 in 1900. New York Is leader with 8,226,990, then comes Pennsylvania with 5,928,575, Ohio 4,448,677, and Indiana 2,710,898. In Illinois there are thirty-one cities having 8,000 or more Inhabitants, as follows: Chicago 2,049...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 April 1907

i.'ja 0 II I THE PUSH GET IN A Rug in the Hand is worth 3 an a Store mm Especially , if it is one of Superlative , THE HEYE n . . i i THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY 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, APRIL, 11, 1907. Wm. Kilhner will erect a new residence cn his lot in place of the present house which he has sold to Henry Stephan. Lewis Payne ot Baraboo, Wisconsin was here between trains Friday visiting- relatives and friends. He made the GazeTTB office a call and paid for another years Gazettes which he sends to his mother in Clinton Iowa. the jRshton Market. Butter 20 Egfrs 13 Potatoes SO Honey 13 Corn No. 3 mixed 38 Corn No. 3 yellow 39 Oats, white 38 Oats, mixed 37 Hogs, light 6.25 " heavy 6.00 Steers 5.00 toS.50 Fat cows 3.00 to 3.50 Canners 1.00 to 1.50 Medium cows 1.50 to 2.00 Turkeys live 1...

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