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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 April 1907

Hi- . tt r. r Watches Jewelry I SECOND I HAND OTOVES We now have several good second hand stoves on hand which we can sell cheap. MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, Illinois. HAVE YOU GOT CREAM . THROW TO THE HOGS Of course not. Yon 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 tnird to a halt 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. If I not work. It runs to easily It's play. No complicated machinery to set out of order. Easy to clean as to wash three dinner plates. Turns so easily that the spindle 3 requires onty two arops oi on any oomuo uwuuu mm m m. uvu. J after yon stop turnine the crank. Seo for yourself. Lot us convince yoii. r '"-L. nt nniALr m Hfllrw nrnfii out of readin0 matter hare waituur for mo. frB. Griffith...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 April 1907

TO ATTAIN HAPPY LITE. Martial, the things that do attain The happy life be these, I find The riches left, not got with pain ; The fruitful ground, the quiet mind. The equal friend ; no grudge, no strige ; No charge of rule, nor governance; Without disease, the healthful life; The household of continuance. The mean diet, no delicate fare ; True wisdom joined with siinpleneaa; The night discharged of all care. Where wine the wit may not oppress. The faithful wile, without debate; Such sleeps as may beguilt the night ; Contented with thine own estate, No wish for death, no fear his might. Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey. I The Kidnaping j of George, j The young man's face was clouded by a shadow. And the face of the young woman whose clear gray eyes Intently regarded him was clouded, too. "No, Martin," she presently broke the Hence, "I cannot be persuaded." He looked at her tenderly. "I am selfish enough to think you re wrong," he said, "but that's a lover's unfairness. Anyway, there Is n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 April 1907

i ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. j itlsM similatingiheFbodanilltefiulasftll lmtJ,eStoraachsamlCmv'clsof ill1 1 Promotes DigpstionJQieetfuliiltlll nss and Res(.Contalns neither Ml I Opiimi.Morphine norMiucraL 'will' NotNarc0TIC' fllffil I stfnrnxmiam i!m JllUr Anofw Seed' . II JlxJwm 1 wlil I SrtS&Ui Slili ' MmSad- 1 SM ' i iHllli Aperfect Remedy forCunsflpa-:3-Mi Hon. Sour StDmch.Dlarrtai 3"2U' 'WorrasoHVulsionsJ'cwrish5rJ ness andLOSS OF SHEER IIIWiIf Facsimile Signanire of MWI NEW YORK. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of LW In Use For Over Thirty Years lEranteed under the tuoJu . ; -i;-i:Ii:,.::.;ULn!)w,T'; Exact Copy of Wrapper. THK CLTAUS COMPANY, stew VOB CITT. Garfield Tea. is for those who desire an ideal laxative; It is simple, pure, mild and potent; it , regulates the liver and kidneys, overcomes constipation and brings Good Health. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law. mm. Whitlows Soothiko btbop for OMioran Sein...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 April 1907

r I A Hew 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; tliey are selling rapidly. Don't delay your visit to the big new Millinery department of The Leading Dry Goods House In Ogle County Special Offerings For Spring Ladie's Coats and Skirts New Dress Goods n New Wash Fabrics H New Shirt Waists New Laces and Embroideries 1T w e inlamlie 9 Carpets and Linoleums Room Size Rugs Portieres Lace Curtains Curtain Madras ocneiie 5 . : : A iiv n i;t ntit v . , r t ry '. ..iy quantity or Koom size Hugs at Stephans. Will Bode of Chicago is the happy father of a young son. J. C. Moats spent several days last week with friends in Oregon. Mrs. Adelbert Knapp was calling on friends in Rochelle Saturday. Mrs.' Margaret Beach visited her daughter in Rochelle Saturday. Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 April 1907

Si .M : . V: Fhe Gazette SHT VOL. XIII. NO. 8. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY r APBIL 18, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 633. A N "ASHTdN DRY BY TEN VOTES License Party Nearly Wins Against 6reat Odds ONLY DRY TICKET ON OFFICIAL BALLOT Closest Contest Wat for President, Thire Belni Only 3 Vottt Difference. Although the city election passed off more quietly Tuesday than in other-years, it was con siderably more of a contest than it was thought it would be. The license ticket did not appear on the official ballot as it was declared illegal at a trial Thursday morning-. However, not dis couraged they got together and wrote in the names or their can didates and were almost victorij ous, the temperance party winning by an average of eight votes but the license men died 1 game. The vote for trustees averaged 10 majority which decides on the saloon question, but the close race for mayor pulled the aver age majority down to eight. There were 209 ballots cast, out of a possible 245. There were fire blank bal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 April 1907

THE VSHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, - - - ILLINOIS. INSURANCE IS VOID. ILLINOIS COURT MAKES AN IM. PORTA NT RULING. Rule that Beneficiary Cannot Coir lect on Policy Taken Ont by Mar. Uerer Who Wirn Executed Latrr Son Kill Father. Public policy forbids tbe recovery of Insurance on a person executed for murder, the branch appellate court in Chicago declared in deciding a suit which was begun against the Metropolitan jtife Insurance Company. The action was begun by Hugh Collins, executor of the will of Robert Kilpatrick, who was ex ecuted for murder in Pennsylvania. Kil patrick murdered his housekeeper, Eliza beth Hcannore, at Chester, Pa., Feb. 14, 1902. He was indicted, convicted and sentenced and Aug. 2", 1903, he was banged. Before the commission of the crime Kilpatrick had been insured and on his death request was made for pay ment on the policy, which was written for $r00. Suit was begun in Pennsylvania and the court of common pleas of Philadelphia reached a fin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 April 1907

4 CAPTURE OF CON8TANTINE. ;yKi$bi:r.9 AT POOR FARM. Rrlnllvtn Resort to Comrts to se- ' 'rn .Release of slsterst . A peculiar controversy regarding the rights and privileges of the inmates of a county poor farm ha 'been brought to the Attention of the I'coria bounty Court for adjudication. Ida and j,Kate West fall, sisters, who were sent to the.' poor farm when simtll children, following the death of their parents, and who haye since bem innintes, have been forbidden to . leave by the authorities, it being claimed that a court order is necessary. The sisters are nged. respectively, 40 and -48. Recently a relative, D. K. lleaton. secured a home for them and sought their release from the farm. He was unable to obtnin permission and has now appealed to the .courts. It is said that the two women have been at the farm so long and have become so valuable in carrying on the domestic operations of that institution that the superintendent fears a serious impairment in efficiency in that depa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 April 1907

PIANO The largest and most beautiful collection of Pianos ever brought to Dixon One of the advantages our store offers to piano buyers is found in the great variety of instruments we carry. All reliable grades and many styles of each grade are displayed where you can try them side by side. Here are some of the pianos that you will find upon our floors pianos that are really worth hearing, playing, seeing. A. B. Chase, Vose, Schaeffer, Kurtzman, Hobart M. Cable, McPhail, Melville Clark Piano Player, Kingsbury, Wellington, Kobler & Campbell Come and inspec t these latest creations of the worlds greatest piano makes. Prices from 1250 to $500; easy terms. Theo. J. Miller Corner Galena Ave. & Second St. Dixon's Oldest and Largest Music House. INK To every one who writes with INK we wish to announce that we have received the largest stock of INKS ever received in Ashton. We have a large assortment of the following kinds of INK in different size bottles from 5 cents...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 April 1907

SECOND HAND I J borate at tfc ptramtalfi j S :-v ' We now have several good second hand stoves on hand which we can sell cheap. MOORE & GLENN, x Ashton, - - Illinois. HAVE YOU GOT CREAM THROW TO THE HOGS? Of course not. Yon can tret better results on much cheaper feed, and you can get Good Money For Every Drop 01 Cream You Have To Sell. But you don't tret all your cows produce br a third to a half unless you use a Separator. I he 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's not work. ' II nun o easily ll'i play. No complicated machinery to tat out of awJer. Bur to clean as to wash three dinner platei. Torn, so easily that the spindle - requires only two drops of oil a day. So little friction that the bowl runs a half boor after yon atop tnrnini the crank. Sea for yonrself. Let aa eomrinea yov. , Goad pointers on dairy profit ont of reading matter here wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 April 1907

COURAGE. It is not they that never know Weakness or fear who are the brave ; Rose are the proud, the knightly few Whose joy is still to serve and save. But they who, in the weary night. Amid the darkness and the stress Have struggled with disease and blight, With pitiful world-weariness ; They who have yearned to stand among The free and mighty of the earth, Whwse sad, aspiring souls are wrung With starless hope and hollow mirth Who die with every day, yet live Through merciless, unbrightened years. Whose sweetest right is to forgive And smile divinely through their tears ; They are the noble,, they the stroug, They are the tried, the trusted ones, And though their way is hard and long- Straight to the pitying fiod it ruus. Ilurper's Weekly. Gerry Snowden pushed open the ' door of Nanny Saunders' cottage, uttering an unparliamentary ejaculation as a trail of honeysuckle twung Into his eye from the sweet-smelling porch In the tiny sitting-room his gay cons- ins were congregated round...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 April 1907

ILL NERVOUS PROSTRATION CURED BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS. By Toning up the Blood and Nerves Patient Rocovered Weight, Strength and Good Spirits. When the nervous system is broken down from overwork, or whatever cause, life loses its joys. Not only is the nervous victim a sufferer himself but he is usually a trial to the whole family. Nervous breakdown is often gradual, appearing at first to be merely an unusual fretfulness. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills tone up the nerves in the most direct way and not only cure minor troubles but serious disc 'ders ns well. Mr. W. W. Mnnroe, of 16 Hazel Park, Everett, Mass., says: "About four years ago this September I became all run down from overwork and from confinement to work during, warm weather. For two months I grew steadily worse. I lost in weight and strength and. had no appetite. My memory failed mo quite rapidly and I bocame in a very low state, both physically and mentally. I took no interest in life, neither in business nor recreation. In...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 April 1907

fflounse Cleainiiinig Ximne siimd Movini Room Rug's. We never had such an immense business on Rugs in Room sizes. Had to buy more last week. They are here for you Tapestry Brussels, Body Brussels, Axminster and Hofi. Ever here of Hofi? Know anything about Hofi? If you don't you'd better come and let us put you wise. They are the best ever made at a low price- Practical, servicable and sanitary; made in all sizes. In the other grades we show an assortment of patterns and qualities that you ought to see. Doesn't make any difference whether you buy or not, they are so pleasing that we are glad to show you through any time you call. By the way, why not come to-day. All sizes from 27x60 up to 9 feet by 12 feet. Both mighty close; both make you frown; make you wonder wha you need and what you can do without. We .can smooth out the wrinkles for you, especially when it comes to house furnishings. Everything that is needed in well regulated and perfectly furnished households can be found i h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 April 1907

C - FHE Gazette, , 1 t I K VOL. XIII. NO. 9. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY APRIL 25, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 634. ASHTON OLD SETTLERS PASS BEYOND Daniel Shottenklrk Died Last Week In Oregon CAME TO ILLINOIS IN THE FORTIES Afcsotom Hardes ty Died at Yale, Iowa Was an Early Settler here and was an Old Soldier. Daniel Shottenkirk, father of . Win. Shottenkirk of this city died at his room in the Sinnissip pi Hotel in Oregon last week Tuesday at the age of 79 years. Mr. shottenkirk was born in Montgomery, Fulton County, New York on November 14, 1828, He came to Carrol county, this state in 1846 where he resided four years. At the time gold was discovered, Mr. Shqttenkirk was one of the many thousands who braved all in the quest for the yellow metal. He followed gold mining for five years and returned in 18SS to Ogle county, within whose borders he has resided ever since. He was active in the affairs of the county and held many offices of trust. He was united in marriage with Angelica Eakle, Feb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 April 1907

THE ASHTOIM GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. 'BLACK HAND'' CASES. TRIALS ARE BEGUN IN WILKES. BARRE, PA. I.n w I.nyn Heavy tlnnil on IVrxonN Who Have rriuuoK'il Kclan Terror South Dakota EiiillaiiN Apply for Divorce. More than a score of foreigners, charged with being members of the "It lurk Hand" :iud responsible for a large number of crimes in that vicinity, were placed on trial in Wilkesbarre, Pa. Thirteen cases of shooting with attempt to kill, thirteen of conspiracy, six of dynamiting and two of robbery by threats and menaces are charged against the men who are alleged to he .the lenders of the "Itlnek Hand." Hundreds of foreign families in that section have lived in a slave bordering on terror as a result of threats made by this mysterious organization, which in many cases have been followed up with murder. The Pennsylvania constabulary has given much attention to the "Itlnek Hand." The men on trial were arrested in February at the instance of District Atto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 April 1907

f ! JJL PRIVATE CARS 01 RIVER. Railroad Official Will Make a Unlr-.ue Trip to New Orleans. One of the l.; novel river trips ar ranged will be that of General Manager H. I. Miller of the Chicago and Eastern Ilinois road and a party of friends. They -will occupy two private cars which are to be loaded upon two river barges and then towed behind a steamer to New Orleans. The party left Chicago on a spe cial train bound for Joppa, the southern terminal of the Eastern Illinois, in Mas sac county, on the Ohio river. A specially prepared incline from the railway to the wharf and on which the cars can be moved to the barge was constructed Steam and compressed air are conveyed from the towing steamer to the private cars on the barge, the steam for heating purposes and the compressed air to pump hot and cold water into the cars and also to operate a small dynamo which will furnish electric light. The party of officias and friends will occupy two private cars and there will be a baggage car fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 April 1907

The Keyes Furniture & Carpet Rooms The Greatest House Furnishing Concern in Northern Illinois. 216-218 First Street, Dixon, Illinois. Telephone 161. All Your Purchases Delivered Free. 'i :. i n o ;. 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. OS. THURSDAY, APRIL, 25, 1907. LETTER FROM THE PACIFIC COAST Continued from Page 1. certainly appreciated the sight. srjacjke.water dashes over with such 'fbrcVtbat it looks just KW iare' flakes of snow, except about six feet in the center of the stream which looks just like sugar taffy when it is hot. On the waj down to the park we saw a company of Uncle Sam's regulars from Fort Snelling which is about one-fourth of a mile further on and we saw ever so many of the old veterans from the soldier's home in their blue suits and brasss buttons....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 April 1907

Watches Jewelry I Lawn Mowers The Keen Kutter Line. Well made, easy to adjust, and easy to run. The Run Easy. The Winner. The Keen Kutter. All are the the very best for the money. MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, - - Illinois. GET IN LINE WITH A DEERE I No. 9 Edge Drop and raise your share of the country's greatest asset, Corn Implements, Lumber, Lime & Cement Griffith Bros. During the MontH of April We will Make our Customers the j& Following offer. j& To evry purchaser of 5 pails International Stock Food at $14.00 we will promise to give in addition 1 Horse Book ...... ...$3,75 4 paid subscriptions to Illuminated World Life ...$7.00 8 lbs. Minneapolis Breakfast Food $ .60 1 50-cent can International Grape Cream Baking powder $ .50 $11.85 Above offer is good until May 1,1907. Charters' Store. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. fe..,.........--. ri i 9 LADIES Do you wake morning's tired and languid, no more rested than when you retired? Do you have headaches tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 April 1907

THE PATH ACROSS THE FIELDS, Around me was the beauty Which only summer yields, The shadow of the woodland, The bounty of the fields. The gleam of shining waters, The murmur of the sea The varied book of Nature, All opened wide for me ! Amid these scenes of beauty I spied a pathway there, All floworless and dusty, All hard and brown and bare, No dainty gown swept over, No foot in dalliance strayed ong the narrow limit The tread of toil had made. Hut weary men and women At morn and eve did pass Beside the way unshaded. Amid the sunburnt grass. Their step was slow and heavy, Their garments bore the soil Of the hard world's grim work-day They walked the way of toil. So close against our pleasure Is the undertone of care, Of those who, all unsheltered, The boat and burden bear. And the fair summer memory Sweet harvest to me yields, Yet ever lives the picture Of the path across the fields ! Elmira Telegram. 5 Pauline's Pendant ? "Father, it has disappeared!" Sir Nevil Masterton and I were...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 April 1907

Women Who Wear Well. . It Is astonishing how great a change a few years of married llfo often make In the appearance and disposition of many women. The freshness, the charm, the brilliance vanish like the bloom from a peach which is rudely handled. The matron is only a dim shadow, a faint echo of the charming maiden. There are two reasons for this change, ignorance and neglect. Few young women appreciate the shock to the systcnTthrough the change which comes with marriage and motherhood. Many neglect to deal with the unpleasant pelvlo drains and weaknesses which too often come With marriage and motherhood, not understanding that this secret drain Is robbing the cheek of Its freshness and the form of Its fairness. As surely as the general health suffers when there Is dehsjigement of the health of the delicate wortv7Mj(organs, so surely . whefTtfcese organs areNjstabllshed la bealth theTace ajitMrfmsaTbnce witness jto the fact In retPed comeltfte Nearly anllllon women have found healt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 April 1907

Louise ClsnSiiiifiC Tihnni amid W 'I 0 l ' Vs j? MoviiiS! Time. ' ' ' ' '.: 1 Room Size Rug's. We never had such an immense business on Rugs in Room sizes. Had to buy more last week. They are here for you Tapestry Brussels, Body Brussels, Axminster and Hofi. Ever here of Hofi? Kiiow anything about Hofi? If you don't you'd better come and let us put you wise. They are the best ever made at a low price- Practical, servicable and sanitary; made in all sizes. In the other grades we show an assortment of patterns and qualities that you ought to see. Doesn't make any difference whether you buy or not, they are so pleasing that we are glad to show you through any time you call. By the way, why not come to-day. All sizes from 27x60 up to 9 feet by 12 feet. Both mighty close; both make you frown; make you wonder whayou need and what you can do without. We can smooth put the wrinkles for you, especially when it comes to house furnishings. Everything thai is needed in well regulated and perfec...

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