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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 June 1907

The ashton Gazette. 6 ! VOL. XIII. NO. 15. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1907. WHOLE .NUMBER 640 HONOR MEMORY OF DEAD HEROES 1000 Persons Gathered at School Campus to Attend Services ADDRESS GIVEN BY ATTY. HARRY EDWARDS New Ashton Bund Makes First ApptarsnceRoll of Honor read ty Prof. V. R. McKnlgbt. ' The Memorial Day exercises held Thursday was attended by a very large crowd "and compares very favorably with years past. The day was not very pleasant, the ground however dry, but a strong Easterly wind prevailed,' much to the discomfiture of the speaker and singers. The parade formed at the city hall at two o'clock in the afternoon and headed by the Marshal of the Day, C. K. Northrup, moved west on Northstreet, finally stopping on the north school camous. First in line was the Ashton Band, followed by the members of the Grand Army of the Republic, such as were able to walk, followed by the business men and citizens. The opening number of the ex ercises was an overture by the b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 June 1907

DID X BUT DARE I When Sylvia's cheeks by breezes blown Assume a ruddy crimson flush, The milky paleness having grown Into a peerless rosy blush, !l feel an impulse stealing on To kiss the maiden then and there; And so I would, and so I would, Did I but dare ! When Sylvia sits with me alone. While all within the house is hushed, And prattles in far sweeter tone Than ever robin redbreast gushed, J fain would clasp her to my henrt. She seems so simply sweet and fair ; And so I should, and so I should, Did I but dare! When Sylvia's sparkling eyes shine bright. Like twinkling starbeams in the sky, And every glance seems to invite My lips to hush her muffled sigh, I long in ardent soft caress To twine mine arms about her hair ; And so I could, I know I could, Did I but dare! When Sylvia walks abroad with me The world wears a brighter hue ; Her eyes seem fairer than the sea. Her lips than roses 'kissed with dew. I long to tell her love's sweet tale, To hymn her beauty, fresh and rare; And ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 June 1907

MOTHERHOOD The first requisite .of a good mother is good health, and the experience of maternity should not be approached without careful physical preparation, as a woman whd te in good physical condition transmits to her children the blessings of a good constitution. Preparation for healthy maternity is accomplished by Lydia E. Pinkham's ,' Vegetable Compound, which is made from native roots and herbs, more successfully than by any other medicine because it gives tone and strength to tho entire feminine organism, curing displacements, uliw.ra.tion and inflammation, end the result is less suffering and more children healthy at birth. than thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable Compound has been the standby of American mothers In preparing for childbirth. NotewhatMrs JamosChester.of427 W. 85th St., New York says in this letter: Dear Mrs. Pinltham:-"I wish every expectant mother knew about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. A neighbor who had learned of its great value at thi3 t...

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

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. , EDITOR AMD PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. 1EMS OF SXJBSCIPT10N. 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, JUNE 6, 1907. HONOR MEMORY OF DEAD HEROS Continued from Page 1. law and order, patriotism i9 the foundation of stable government and if removed or weakened, the structure crumbles into national decay or vanishes back into nothingness. The impulse which impell one to serve one s country is in nate in all people, and in our nation the impulse should be doubly strong. The ancient Hebrew of the semi barbaric times responding to the prompt ings of his nature exclaimed, If 1 forget thee Oh I Jerusalem may my right hand loose its cunning how much greater then should be the response from the peopl living in a realm of enlightment of civic liberty, and self govern ment, under a flag emblematic of freedom and symbolic of unity and where the p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 June 1907

;-C' JEWEL Gasoline Stoves. JEWELS woo 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 easy to operate and contribute most to comfort in the kitchen during the summer months. Why not buy a JEWEL and be comfortable? The are not expensive. We also have the New Perfection blue flame oil stove, positively the best and prettiest oil stove on the market. I Ml. ' t ft, t ' ' ' 'i ' ' '''' ' 1 Ovens To fit any gasoline or oil stove, in several styles and sizes. Price from $1.35 up. MOORE & GLENN. Implements, Coal, Lumber, i:.'.i&.V. ,'. -w" J. ju UU,. & Salt Griffith Brothers, Ashton. Baby Cbick Tood Scratch Toed Beef Scraps Jflfalfa Weal Tine and Coarse Brit , Oyster Shell Oil Itleal Tine & Pea Size Lawn mowers Grass Catchers fiammocks Bar den tools Hew telephone Batteries Geo. ft Charters....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 June 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HT0N, ILLINOIS. THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT WILL not proceed Further. Bill TTnder Preparation ; In Horn of Common Condemned In Ad' vanoe by Emerald Inlander PI: In Hold of Liner Oceanic. In the British House Of Commons Premier Caiupbell-Bannerman formally announced that the government, in view of the action of the Irish Nationalists' convention m Dublin in rejecting the Irish bill, had decided to drop the measure. During the course of his remarks the premier said the Irish people would ave done well to give the details of the measure more attention than appear ed to have been the case at the recent convention at Dublin, but, in view of its unanimous decision to reject the bill. tne government could not go any farther He added that the decision of the representatives of the Irish people was a source of sincere regret and disappointment to the ministers. Now that the Irish bill was dropped the government Intends to introduce an "evicted tenant...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 June 1907

FATAL RIOT FROM GOSSIP. -Three Men Are Killed la Circa Flffht t Mendota. Three men were killed and at least core more were wounded in a circus riot in Mendota, which grew out of remarks made concerning a 'young woman who resides there. The girl in question went -to supper the other night with one of the managers of the show and a fight .started among the employes of the circas .owing to some comments on this incident, By midnight i citizens of the town had . seen drawn into the imbroglio and fight ing was kept up until the show left the following afternoon. There was not much shooting in the affray, most of the wounds being inflicted with stakes and lubs. From a fist fight the quarrel deeloped into a riot, in which all the em ployes of the circus and fully 100 citi zens took part The police and fire departments were called ont to help the citizens before the intruders were chased from the streets. The citizens so outnumbered the showmen that the latter were finally defeated and fled...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 June 1907

3C 30C ILLINERY AT M The Gazette Book Store has just received a line of lately published hooks 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-saving 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 ago. GEORGE VV. UNGER, ROCHELLE, - - - ILLINOIS. ANNOUNCEMENT 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. D. M. BILLMIRE, Ashton, - Illinois. Your Job Printing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 June 1907

Fhe ashton Gazette. VOL. XIII. NO. 16. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY , JUNE 13, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 641 8 GRADUATED ASHTON All Complete High School Course With Creditable marks CRATIONS WERE GOOD; LARGE CROWD ATTENDS Rainy Weather Kept Many at Horn there was tke Usual Law Demand for Seati. tut The nineteenth annual gradu ation exercises of the Ashton High School were held Friday eveniner at the Opera House. Owing: to the rain, a large num ber of people were kept away from the exercises eyen after pur chasing- tickets and the country people were in a majority of in stances forced to stay at home. However, the hall was filled, but no one was required to stand, making- it much easier to hear the orations. 1 be brst number on the propram was a boys' chorus entitled "Sailing-. " There were 25 boys in the chorus ranging- from ten to fourteen years of age. To sar the least the boys made a great hit and their song brought forth a hearty applause. Fol lowing the boys chorus, Rev. J. R. Hamilton,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 June 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. MAIL PLOT ALLEGED. CONTRACTS WITH RAILROADS UNDER SCRUTINY. Government, It Is Stated, Already' Hai Saved $2,000,000 by Investigation Tvro Men Abduct N from School In Duluth. An investigation of tho relations of the sailroads- and tho I'ostoffice Department, fcy direct order of President Roosevelt, which has already caused a saving to tlie government of more than $2,000,000, is eclared to be now under way in an article in the Cincinnati Times-Star. The article says that thirty-two postoffice inspectors have been at work on the case ineo last December. What railroads are Involved is not known, but the plot is aid to be in connection with the payments for handling mails. Postmaster General Meyer has ordered that the whole number of days included in the weighing poriods shall be used in fixing the compensation of railroads for carrying the mails. This amends an order of Postmaster General Cortelyou, which provided that the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 June 1907

HAYWOOD TEIAL ON. OPENING OP FAMOUS ,- MURDER CASE. IDAHO STarry Orchard, Self-Confeaaed Slayer of Ex-Governor- Stennenberu-, Tells Hla Story on the Stand Proaccution'a Startling; Charuca. Boise, Idaho, correspondence: Harry Orclmrd, the witness who was to lny the foundation for the case of the State of Idaho against William D. Haywood, charged with the murder of former Governor Frank Steunenberg, went on the stand at Boise Wednesday. The appearance of Orchard marked the real opening of the case. Orchard by his own confession is the actual murderer of Steueuberg. Haywood is the first person to be tried on the charge of that murder and the self-confessed murderer Is expected, according to the statement of the prosecuting attorney, to convict Haywood. The specific charge against Haywoou Is that he was accessory before the fact to the murder of Frank Steunenberg, former Governor of Idaho. Steunenberg was blown up with a dynamite bomb as he entered his front gate on the night of Dec. 30...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 June 1907

tft THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. II MS 01 ECBSCIPTION. One year Six months, Three months S1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1907. EIGHT GRADUATE FROM ASHTON HIGH SCHOOL Continued from Page 1. ed to jostle his way through life The subject of Miss Emma Heibenthal's oration was, "What Is Worth While." In her first words she'stated, that we should trive to do our best, and that the field was so large we cannot possibly grasp all its contents. She brought out the fact ,that time was the most precious thing for while money and friendship lost could be regained, time was ted was crone forever. We should lay hold of friendship and also sorrow and never be afraid f the latter. Lastly she advis ed to lay hold of faith, Christian faith as it holds the key to the blessedness of eternal life. Pretence, worry, discontent and self-seeking were among the thin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 June 1907

SCREEN DOORS. "The Store of Quality" Our stock comprises all the regular sizes and several styles all well made and covered with the best of screen. . Prices from . 75cts to $1.75. We also have four sizes in adjustable window screens at 20c, 25c, 30c, and 35c each. l!i;iisi;i!f!fs Hi 81 I! H Kill iil lilt i '!: if I fi f'Ji'lh HAMMOCKS. We have a nice, choice line of these goods, all good pat terns. As we buy the factory samples we are able to sell hammocks very reasonable. 131 SWjlU'llthi I I II IT it' Itilllililil llillt 111 , ti hi mm ssiS5iH! llllil!:1: li.iillltliff'fes.: ill MOORE & GLENN. Implements, Coal, Lumber, Lime, & Salt Griffith Brothers, Ashton. Baby Chick Tood Scratch Tood Bed Scraps Alfalfa Weal Tine and Coarse Brit Oyster Shell Oil Itleal Tine & Pea Size Lawn fflowers Grass Catchers fiammocks Garden tools Hew telephone Batteries ...... ft Charters jRqent for International Stock Tood, IflSJ v v : r , THE UKDE1MN PifiKO '- In the l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 June 1907

it m JUST AS OF CLD. Once mere the sweet old scenes we roam, So dfar in days gone by. Where, whisp'ring of the hours to come, We ivander'd you and I. And change has laid its hapd on all. For time will work its will, Yet. whrresoe'er our gaze may fall The picture charms us still ! Tin ivy on the belfry tower Can now no higher grow, Aad chang'd since youthtide's golden hour, Man's vesting place below. The "Lovers' Walk" we knew so well, The keeper's rustic cot. Have vanish'd 'r.cath Time's magic spell. And are by most forgot. And yet, tho' Time lias worked its will, As years have fleeted by, One thing is spar'd, and perfect still, And shall all time defy ! It is the love that links our hearts, Tho gray usurps the gold ; It lives as ev'ry year departs , The same sweet love of. old ! Edward Oxcnford. FLIGHT OF A BUTTERFLY lie sat staring at the letter In his hand, and It seemed to him that for a moment hl8 brain refused to work, that his senses had left him. He had not meant to open It,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 June 1907

- LYDIAETpiJaCHXIvP-'' I LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Is acknowledged to be the moat successful remedy in the country for those painful ailments peculiar to women. For mora than 30 years it has been curing lfemalo Complaints, such as Inflammation, and Ulceration, Falling and Displacements, and consequent Spinal Weakness, Backache, and is peculiarly adapted to the Change of Life. Rnnnrda show that it has cured more cases of Female Ills than any other one remedy known. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound dissolves and expels Tumors at an early stage of development. Dragging Sensations causing pain, weight, and headache are relieved and permanently cured by its nse. It corrects Irregularities or Painful Functions, Weakness of the Stomach, indigestion, Bloating, Nervpus Prostration, Headache, General Debility; also, Dizziness, Faintness Extreme Lassitude. "Don't care andwantto beleft alone" feeling, Irritability, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Flatulency, Melancholia or the "Blu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 June 1907

Tit & as. ttt a m tit as .. ti W K as. as .as 55? Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets. This is our specialty, and the greatest labor-saving 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- ago. GEORGE W. UNGER, ROCHELLE, - - ILLINOIS. ANNOUNCEMENT 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. D. M. BILLMIRE, Ashton, - Illinois. I I I ATTEND THE ALUMNI BANQUET Continued from Page 1 ft - Smith's PfeSS Little Chick Feed $2.00 per 100 pounds. Fine Chick Grit 1 cent a pound. Fine Charcoal for Chicks 3 cents a pound. Oyster shells 85 cents per 100 pounds. Mica Cubical and Mica Spar Grit 90 c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 June 1907

Fhe as ETTE. VOL. XIII. NO. 17. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 642 Gaz THE CHILDREN SPOKE AND SANG targe Crowds attend the Chlldrens Day Exercises DECORATIONS ELABORATE PROGRAMS EXCELLENT Collections are Lane and Great Interest Is Taken In the Program By the Parents. The Children's Day Exercises given by the Sunday school of the Methodist Episcopal church attracted the largest crowd that has been in the church for sever al years. Quite a while before time for the services to begin, the church was packed, as well as the large Sundaf School room and the standing room in the hall was taken. The children in processional form marched to the choir which seated fifty, the balance finding seats in the auditorium. The program was given as announced in our last issue and was very -ood. The graduating" class of 10 from the cradle roll jnto the primary department was a very pretty sight, children averaging in age from three to four years. The recitations, songs and clas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 June 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. TO PREVENT FLOODS. PITT8BURG PLANS TO PLANT 2,000,000,000 TREES. ttestoratlon of Mountain Forest Ex. pectetl to Renlt In 8oaklaa- I p Surplus Water Children Find Ueaari Bodies of Parent. If the plans of the residents of Pittsburg and other cities in western Pennsylvania materialize, there will be planted in short time in that vicinity 2,000,000,000 trees, the object of which will be to prevent the further recurrence of the annual spring floods, which do great damage to life and property. The Pittsburg chamber of commerce is directing a movement having as its ultimate object the obtaining of .State and national government aid i the enormous project. The I'nited States department of forestry is already expending an appropriation of $'J."t,()00 to deter mine how efficacious the wholesale tree planting will be. The promoters of the plan urge that the trees, if planted in the 20,000 square miles tributary to the Monongahela ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 June 1907

ILJLINOIS STATE NEWS NO EXPORT WHEAT. GOVERNMENT REPORT 8HOW8 DECREASED YIELD. CHICAGO CITY FIRES. Chief Horan Ieeuea Bulletin on Fa talities and Aecldenta. Twelve, civilians nnd two firemen were Jellied and sixty-nine 'civilians and fifty five firemen were injured is last year's .fires according to the official report of Fire Chief Horan just made public in Chicago. Forty-two persons, whose lives were endangered by fire, were rescued by members of the department. The depart ment responded to 8,691 alarbs, of which 6,387 wre actual fires. The value of the property involved was $119,974,033, and the total loss was $4,179,235, $875,- 306 less than the preceding yea?. The total insurance was $75,350,085. The expenses were $53,362,165. The apparatus and buildings represent an Investment of $2,618,793, including 108 engine com- . panies, thirty-one book and ladder companies, one water tower, fifteen chemical -engines and four fire boats. HEAD OF SEVEN GENERATIONS. Ira. Watklna Survived b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 June 1907

EVERY JUNE BRIDE In Lee, Ogle, Carrol, WKiteside, La vSalle and DeKalb counties who calls at our Store and selects her housekeeping' 'outfit presented with a '"'Bissel Sweeper." A Rug in the Hand is worth 3 an a Store Especially' if it is one of Superlative A FEW BARGAINS. I June Bride Sale Price 9x12 elegant rug, worth $40, exact copy of 1200.00 imported oriental rug $33.85 $16.50 9x12 ft brussel rug 12.40 100 prs more lace curtains for I .33 80 pieces ingrain carpets 75 and 85 cents yard J .50 $24.00 combination desk and book case 18.90 Good solid oak combination case for $125.00 elegant bedroom suit 93.00 Daintily beautiful mahogany, Leather $80.00 parlor suit' 82.50 Handsome, finely upholstered 5 piece $35.00 parlor suit 26,90 $25 solid oak, finely carved and polished sideboard . . . . ', 19.50 Four Room Cottage furnished complete with furniture, floor coverings, lace curtains and shades for $63.15 A FEW BARGAINS. June Bride Sale Price $52.00 magnificent 'sideboard $43.85 $17.50...

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