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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 May 1907

r IT m ) EWEL 1 I1C JISC11111UUII 1UI ,Tk Gasoline tStoves. "JONKER" IS "WATCHES." JEWELS won the Gold Medal at St. Louis as tbey do where ever, exhibited. Jewels are constructed according to the rules of the American Board of Fire Underwriters and are on the list of permitted stoves. JEWELS are easy to operate and contribute most to comfort in the kitchen during the summer months. , Whv not buv a JEWEL and be comfortable? They are not expensive. We also have the New Perfection blue flame oil stove, positively the best and prettiest oil stove on the market. MM I liflwHuj U t$m ! JP3 111 fl U I 1 II II II Ovens To fit any gasoline or oil stove, in several styles and sizes. Price from $1.35 up. OORE & GLENN. GET IN LINE ITH A DEERE No.' 9 Edge Drop and raise your share of the country's greatest asset, Corn ; Griffith Bros. Implements, Lumber, Lime & Cement During the Month of MAY We will Make our Customers the jZ? Following offer. & To evry purchase...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 May 1907

INDIANA PEOPLE TSt CANADA. WESTERS ta "What Shall We Dot I've Got Bnild Granaries." A letter written to a Canadian government agent from Tipton, Ind., 1b but one of many similar that are In the bands of tbe Canadian government Agents whose privilege It Is to offer one hundred and sixty acres of land free, and low railway fares. But here Is a opy of the letter: "Tipton, Ind., Nov. 28, 1906. "At your earnest solicitation a party of us from Tipton left May 15 for Western Canada. Our Interviews with you and a careful study of your literature led us to expect great things of your country when we should arrive there, and we were not disappointed. We went prepared to make a enreful examination of the country and its resources, and we did so. At early dawn the second morning out of Tipton we awoke in a new world. As far as the eye could reach was an apparently limitless expanse of new sown wheat and prairie grasses. The vivid green of the wheat just beginning to stool out, end the Inky blac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 May 1907

Perfect Womanhood The greatest menace to woman's permanent happiness in life is the Buffering that comes from some derangement of the feminine organs. Many thousands of women have realized this too late to save their health, barely in time to save their lives. To be a successful wife, to retain the love and admiration of her husband, should be a woman's constant study. If a woman finds that her enei giesare flagging, that she gets easily tired, dark shadows appear under her eyes, she has backache, headache, bearing-down sensations, nervousness, irregularities or the "blues," she should start at once to build up her system by a tonic with specifics powers, such as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound the great woman's remedy for woman's ills, made only of roots and herbs. It cures Female Complaints, such as Dragging Sensations, Weak Back, Falling and Displacements, Inflammation and Ulceration, and all Organic Diseases, and is invaluable in the Change of Life. It dissolves and Expels...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 May 1907

1 5 JBfww.(( t personal Stems , Mr. and Mrs. Will Taylor are the happy parents of a baby girl. Hon lan Schifer from near Dixon was a visitor in our city "Thursday. Mrs. Frank Bohart and Harold Heckart went to Dixon, Friday morning. James Bates and family of Piano was oyer the first of the week to yisit relatives. Fremont Lahman and wife of Franklin Grove were visitors in towu one day last week. Ed. H. Rose, formerly night epeu'.iv lre is now day operator for the Northwestern at Peoria. Ol. A. S. Mercer of the Big Horn Basin, Wyoming came Friday mor-iitifc for a thirty days oj..jri. 1- r,i:;k iScliart and family move 1j Co: Mr.. id this week where he i.i en.'ploy.d with the XorthVCStCTi!. Win. Kilirner received a carload of hay this past week from Gordon, lebiasKa. it cost about per ton. Miss Enola Snuicker returned to her home in Elgin Monday, after a a visit at the home of Jacob Wagner. Rochelle papers must be good money Bakers. Lux Bros, have laid the foundation for a two story pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 May 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE ; VOL. XIII. NO. 13. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 638. INSTITUTE OF LEE CO. W.C.T.U. To Meet In Methodist Church this city May 27 and 28 STATE WORKERS COMING Sptctol Arrangements Made for Accomodation of Those Wire Attend Prof mm. The fourth annual institute of the Lee Countj V. C. T. U. will be held at the Methodist Episco pal church, in this city, on Mon day and Tuesday, May 27 and 28 at which time, Miss Louis C. t- x,.;i! i in a j . j wuuac luinng neaun aemanueu i rtrtrt") rj a r- try her care, and when her death left rnUunAIVI IVI L lo a small son motherless, Miss tfo wen cared for him for three years until she was no longer needed. Alter a year in Denver to re store her health and a Tear with her sister in her home in Ashton, Miss Bowen set up a home of her own at 6848 Peoria street, Chica go, where she has resided for the past seven years. She has visited Wheaton and met many of our people, and when taken so seriously ill was brough...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 May 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. BRIBERY IS CHARGED MILLIONAIRE OIL MAN ARRAIGNED. TO BE Accused at Biff Conspiracy to Obtain Lease of Oil Lands In Omite Indian Reservation New York's Criminal Record. John S. Glenn, a millionaire oil operator of Buffalo, X. Y will be arraigned In rawnee, Okln.. to plead to an indictment found by the federal grand jury in Pawnee county, charging hiin with bribery and conspiracy in his efforts to lease 300,000 acres of oil lands in the Osage Indian reservation in 3005. The indictment against Glenn sets forth that he agreed to furnish certain citizens of the Osage nation $2f00 for obtaining the assistance of men whose influence would "be useful in manipulating the Osage council. One Osnge citizen threatened to block the plan by getting the lease himself, and Glenn is alleged to have agreed that this man should receive the $20,000 upon condition that he help Glenn. There is a Crave legal question as to whether or not there...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 May 1907

FIFTEEN SLAIN BY. COSSACKS. WILL MAKE HEATHEN IDOLS. AI.TO' BOY OF IS A HERO. .Swim 20O Feet in Hlver with : ittsr, Whom lie Saved. Holding with one hand his unconscious .-sister. Alice, 11 years old. Itoy Schreiner. !." years old, of Fast Alton, swam 208 feet in Wood river, saving the girl's life, lie reached the shore exhausted, and fell siisninz'at the side of the prostrate girl. With he" brother,. John, 7 years old, she; was seafed on a log in the middle of the tre;-.m, a mile from East Alton. Roy was :i(K) feet away from the log, fishin, -when lie heard his sister scream, and -turning saw her struggling in the water. Casting aside his fishing pole, he dived into the river and with all the strength lie could muster swam toward the girl She had disappeared when he reached the -place where she fell in, and it was neces sary for him to dive to reach her. She was lying on the bed of the river when 'he grabbed her by the waist. Rising to the surface, the boy, already weak from his ef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 May 1907

fHE West 'BSpr evee had l Is our present Room-Size Rug, Carpet, Drapery, Lace Curtain, Matting andULinoleum Stocks. The best Lace Curtfain you ever bought at $3.50. The best W ii for 33c pr., the best for 98c pr., the best for $12 per pair. Every curtairfpriced in our stock is a bargain! For $12.00 we are selling the best 9x12 Brussel Rug j ik'i you ever bought at this price. For $18.60 we are selling a rug 9x12 feet that is better than four dollars saved to you. We've made many a home inviting by Si rrr adding just a few pieces why not yours. Wool Carpets sell here for 48c per yard and up. Y our carpet is cut off the roll from which you make selection;. .!? l more than 150 rolls for choice, no delay in delivery no disaapointment in quality. - w (5 see: our big carpet stock w Handsome Rope Portiers from 98 cents upward. Dainty Draperies in new colorings. f Largest Stock of FURNITURE in Northern IlBnois. 1 Bargains all through lines. Assortment for choice so large you find just' what...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 May 1907

-M r ! I JEWEL Gasoline Stoves. ; JEWELS, won the Gold Medal at St. Louis as they do where ever exhibited. Jewels are constructed according to the rules of the American Board of Fire Underwriters and are on the list of permitted stoves. . JEWELS are eay to operate and contribute most to comfort in the kitchen during the summer months. Why not buy a JEWEL and be comfortable? The)4 are not expensive. We also have the New Perfection blue flame oil stove, positively the best and prettiest oil stove on the market. f9 - . . i w ; I . i1 ' " t it Ovens To fit any gasoline or oil stove, in several styles and sizes. Price from $1.35 up. MOORE & GLENN. GET IN LINE WITH A DEERE Mrs, C. W. Bowers spent Saturday in Dixon. ' Fred Wood was a visitor in Chicago Saturday. ' Robt. Moorehead went to Dix on Friday evening. ueo. vanixess went to Dixon Tuesday afternoon. J. H. Byers was a business caller in DeKalb Friday. jonn oi. K.rug ana wife were visitors in Dixon Friday. Justus Wagner wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 May 1907

MEMORIAL SAT. Aged and grizzled and gray he stands. The old Bag clasped In his loyal bands. His eyes, no longer of youthful eight, Seem burning again with the old war light ! Bis thoughts wing bach to the days when he Marched beneath that banner to victory. 'Tls the flag he followed amid the roar And the fire and the crash and the shock of war ! Again can he hear the wild rebel yell Arise from the maw of a fire-fringed hell! Again does he hear the defiant notes Of response from a legion of comrade throats 1 Again Is he seeming to gasp and choke In the rolling billows of powder smoke ! Again does be witness the plashing Diooa Spring forth from Its fount In a crimson flood. Again Is he gazing at cold, dead eyes And their sightless stare at the war-rent skies ! He sees the grave trenches by which he stood With the dead piled 'round tbem as corded wood. lie sees the black buzzards soar overhead v ltn their greedy eyes on toe ricks of dead. No priest nor parson was there to pay A tribute...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 May 1907

That our American fore3ts abound In plants which possess tho most valuablo medicinal virtues is abundantly attested by scores of tho most eminent medical writers and teachers. Even the untutored Indians had discovered tho usefulness of many nativo plants before tho advent of tho whito race. This information, imparted freely to tho whites, led the latter to continuo investigations until to-duy wo have a rich assortment of most valuable American medicinal roots. Dr. Pierce believes that our American forests alAsnd In most valuable medicinal roots foil the cuTHjf most obstinate and fatal diseases. If wewotrtd properly Investigate tbem; an tOwHTrWNin of tbls conviction, he pollWwItb prldWk (hn filmnst purrplnil flir fT'"-""1 h" "f Mrti.i nip. rovery." which haft nrPTc" '"elf h" the P1T1I,'" slumm-h tonic. Ilyer InrlgnrHtnr, ptart. tnnlc and regulator, and blood cleanser known to medical science. Dyspepsia, or Indigestion, torpid UverTiunctlonaV and even valvular and other affections of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 May 1907

SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION Forty-First Annual Convention In Nachusa. To tie Held June 4 md 5 Profre.ni of Excel' tlonal Merit His Been Arranged. 1 he lorty-nrst annual convention of Lee County Sunday school association will be held at Na chusa, in the Lutheran church, on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 4 and 5. A program of exceptional mer it and interest has been prepared and there will be several speak rs of prominence in attendance during the two days of the con vention. The program follows: Tuead&y Morning Service. ji:uu upentng service or praise and prayer. Personal ex periences and testimonies. 11:15 Appointment of committees. Assignment of dele gates. Afternoon Session. 1:30 Greeting in song. 1:45 Address of welcome Rev. C. E. Wirick. Response by County President. Pri mary work. 2:00 Report from Primary Su perintendent Mrs. L. H Wood. 2:15 Primary Class in Session Miss Mable Kay. Music Nachusa choir. 2:45 Cradle roll Mrs. H. T. Chiverton. 3:15 Round Table Conference, "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 May 1907

vs. Ashto!n Gazette. VOL. XIII. NO. 14. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 639. The TROSTLE'S MA JORITY CUT TO 6 With Five Contested Ballots Yet To Be Decided 315 BALLOTS CAST: ONLY 313 VOTERS Testimony In Case Is All lo, Attorneys will Hake Final Arguments Monday at 2:00 P.M. Tuesday, before County Judge Robert H. Scott, the hearing1 on the petition of Deputy Sheriff Wm. Wiener asking for a recount of the ballots for supervisor of Ashton at the election, occupied nearly all day. In the morning the only wit nesses examined were John Greve, Geo. B. Garrett and R. J. Dean. Their testimony was in regard to the ballots, the first two testifying in regard to their custody after election, and the latter, the publisher of this paper, as to how many ballots were printed, but as they were not counted, nothing could be ascertained other than it was the intention to print 500 and give an honest count which was sustained when the ballots were recounted. After a recess for di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 May 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HTON, ILLINOIS. MAN TELLS OF CRIME. BREAKS DOWN UNDER "THIRD DEGREE" ORDEAL. Confronted vlth Body ol Murdered Cjlrl, Suspect Place Responsibility Upon His Companion Grent Eiiifllah Bstutc May Revert to Crown. Copfroutod with the body of Amelia Staff'jldt. Henry Booker broke down and confessed that he had witnessed the assault which invited the murder of the 15-year-old Elmhurst girl near New York. The crime was done by a companion, said the prisoner. Hooker's admission followed a "third degree" ordeal. lie had been taken to the undertaking rooms where the body has lain since it was found. There he was ordered first to look upon the body and then place his right band upon the forehead. Mocker ehudderinjfly obeyed and the uost moment collapsed. Dragged to his feet nnd supported on either side by a detective, the prisoner was asked : "Did you kill the Cirl?" His reply was: "Oh, my God, I did not do it, but the man who was with me did it. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 May 1907

ml . ILLINOIS I m W' STATE NEWS w. ; ; 1 STEAMSHIP BURNED IS LAKE AST) LOCATION 07 DISASTER. TKEWEESCLY 1 m. yierAni a mi WATERWAY PLAN OF. Solon End Deadlock on Canal by Adjournment Till Fall. Finr.l action on the proposed deep waterway legislation has been postponed until Tuesday, Oct. 8, at noon. A joint revolution to this effect was adopted by loth branches jf the General Assembly, according to the terms of which the State solous take a recess until the fall, when they will eturn to Springfield and resume consideration of Gov. Deneen's special message on this subject. This action was found necessary, owing to the deadlock developed on the Chicago sanitary district bill, which was opposed by 'the Economy Light and Power Company interests, the citizens of Joliet and down-State solons generally. The fact that the question is to he a subject for future deliberations before the Forty-fifth General Assembly adjourns sine die is considered a victory for the State executive by followers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 May 1907

0 THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. 1 EMS OF SUBSCIPTION. One year Six months, Three months $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1907. YOUNG MAN WON MEDA Continued from Page 1. oration was warmly applauded Following the second contestant Rev. and Mrs. Stevens sang a duett entitled "The King .Love My Shephard Is." The third contestant to speak was Miss Brierton of Atnboy who crave an Irish dialect. The scene was the village assessor trying to find the owner of a certain Irish home. The lady of the house persistently refusing to list her property or pay taxes as she had been refused the privilege of yot iner when she was a naturalized citizen having signed her hus band's naturalization papers Miss Brierton won the audience with her dialect and received Tery hearty encore. The fourth contestant was Miss Bessie Graves of Dixon and her subject was "The Wom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 May 1907

JEWEL Gasoline tStoves. JEWELS won the Gold Medal at St. Louis as the; do where ever exhibited. Jewels are constructed according to the rules of the American Board of Fire Underwriters and are on the list of permitted stoves. JEWELS are easy to operate and contribute most to comfort in the kitchen during the summer months. Wlur rmt llw n .ITS WIST. " J 111nnrl he comfortable? The are not expensive. We also have the New Perfection blue flame oil stove, positively the best and pretti- 1 nStel Ovens To fit any gasoline or oil stove, in several styles and sizes. Price from $1.35 up. MOORE & GLENN. Implements, Coal, Lumber, & Salt. Griffith Brothers, Ashton. ft 9 ? During the Month of MAY We f & will Make our Customers the ?J Jj j& Following offer. f ' To evry purchaser of 5 pails Inlernational' Stock fi Food at $14.00 we will promise to give in addition & Jj 1 Horse Book $3,75 A 4 paid subscriptions to Illuminated 2 g World Lif...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 May 1907

EST THE LIBRARY. Arranged on shelves the thoughts are seen Of some who struggled years ago Keats charms yet Keats, with gentle mien, And Byron, flushed with passion's glow. We hear the strange weird songs of Poe; Feel some hints still of Burns' sweet lyre ; And for their souls' rhymed overflow A million readers yet admire. tnme was when critics Raid of them, "Oblivion waits not far away In Homer's crown' the feeblest gem Outshines the brightest modern ray." Keats felt the power of their sway, And Byron sulked in stubborn pride ; Burns fell too early by the way, And Poe lost courage and bo died. Ah, beauties yet lie hid, to be Revealed to future skeptics' eyes; Truths Shakspeare did not live to see. Will win the praises of the wise. And scoffers may deplore with sighs As those of old "our common clay," But cycles hence the mob will prize Some slighted toiler of to-day. Chicago Record-Herald. The Son of a Physician Miss Lane, head surgical nurse of the College of Physicians and Surgeo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 May 1907

Sliie Lliihta on Hliforr. Gen. Sherman was; on his memorable march to the sea. "Everything Rooms to be going smoothly thus far." he said, "but something deems to tell me that the end will be disastrous !'' Years afterward, when he found he couldn't go anywhere without hearing the brass bands playing "Marching Through Georgia," he realized that his forebodings had been only too well founded. Chicago Tribune. BACKACHE IS KIDJJEYACHE. Cure the Kidney and the Pain Will Never Return. Only one way to cure nn aching back. Cure the cause, the kidneys. Thousands tell of cures made by Donn's Kidney Pills. John C. Coleman, a prominent merchant of Swalnsboro, Ga., says : "For several years my kidney were affected, and my back ached day and night. I was languid, nervous and lame In the morning. Donn's Kidney Pills helped me right away, and the sreut reltef that followed has been permanent." Sold by . all dealers. .50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Discover a Reiemlilanee. "'My d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 May 1907

3C 3Q iC 3 GpE $ersonal3ftems S GOOD The Gazette Book, Store has just received a line of lately published books which make suitable Graduation gifts. Padded poems by Favorite Authors, Dainty Gift Books and late Fiction. Don't worry what to get for that present; BOOKS are always suitable and we will exchange duplicates. Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets. This is our specialty, and the greatest labor-savins' device ever invented for the Housewife. Call and be Your Own Judge. It costs but a few cents a day to purchase one which is so trifling that you will wonder why you have not got one long ngfo. GEORGE W. UNGER, ROCHELLE, - - - ILLINOIS. I wish to announce to the public that I have opened a Blacksmith shop in the building north of Griffith Bros' office. I will be pleased to work for my former patrons. Everything in my line, such as horse-shoeing, plow grinding, wood working and general blacksmithing will be executed to the best of my ability. M . BILLMIRE, Ashton, - Illinois. Your Job Printi...

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