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

rOISON MYSTERY 1ST CLINTON. O-llUlal.i Go fo Sun DleRO to Cet Alleged Wife Slayer. Slate's Attorney Arthur' Miller and :lieria II. A. Campbell of Clinton went to Springfield, procured from the Governor requisition papers for Frederick A. Magill and his bride of ten days and left for San Diego, Cnl., to bring back the -prisoners. Magill must answer to the charge of administering poison to his. first wife, and his bride is held as an accom plicc. Magill and his bride were arrested in San Diego, where, with Magill's daughter Marguerite, 17 yenrs old, they were stopping on a tour of the West. Ma gill was married in Denver July 5 to Miss Fay Uraham, a stenographer, who -was a school ehum 'of his daughter. The arrests were ordered by State's Attorney Miller, on what he thinks is sufficient evidence to warrant their being taken into custody while the Investigation is being tield. The accusations against Magill and tin bride furnished a climax to the rumors which have been rife in Clinton f...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 July 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ash ton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 68. THURSDAY, JULY 35, 1907. If you suffer from bloating, belch tag, sour stomach, indigestion or Pyspepsia, take a Ring Dyspepsia Tablet after each meal, and overcome the disagreeable. It will improve the appetite and aid digestion. Sold by Smith's Pharmacy. Dally Papers In English. Daily papers to the number of 17,000 trv published to the English language. Pineules are for the Kidneys and Bladder. They bring quick relief to backache, rheumatism, lumbago, tired worn out feeling. They produce natural action af the kidneys infiltering waste matter out of the blood. 30 days treatment $1.00. Money refunded if Pineules are not satisfactory. Sold by Smith's Pharmacy. Remarkable Sentence. Perhaps for concentrated inaccur acy of statement nothing can su...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 25 July 1907

REDUCED Sarahs wxh ramtalH j "The Store of Quality" PRICED -ON- HammocKs Refrigerators Screen Doors . Ice Cream Freezers Etc. All of the goods must go cHeap. We doji't want to carry them over. Ask about them and be surprised. We always have on hand several kinds of prepared roofing materials, Our vulcanized rubber is fine quality and costs about one-half as much as shingles. We have still a cheaper grade. All kinds ol machine and harvester oils, f ram a common grade to the very best. ' Red Rosene and Perfection Kerosene. Headquarters for Gasoline. MOORE & GLENN. THE DEERING MOWER The Best for the Farmer. GRIFFITH BROTHERS, , ASHTON, - - " ILLINOIS. "Taint Haiti, Goto Spain, Jind tlever Come Back Again." Well it could and should come once in a while, but say, so much rain has struck us lately that we haye a bunch of Hammocks leit. You can buy one now at a discount of SOc from the regular price. Get one to-day. Have you been thinking about a new washing machine? Scores of ...

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

BALLAD OF AN OLD FRIEND. It seems sines Dobbin-boy was foaled A little year has passed, nor morel The butter-flowers of their gold, The glossiest, spread gen'rous sjore On lane and paddock, smiles that wore First cheerly day be gambolled fres. And now he's aged as they deulore; But Dobbin's good enough for ma. They brought me, cast in nobler mould, A hor3 from some outianu.sn snore. And bade me ride him. Love makes bold ; I disobeyed, and, as before. O'er hill and dale with Dobbin tore. Said I, "It's true that horse may be From Shetland Isles or Slngaporej But Dobbin's good enough for msl" And still, though all the stables hold Is at my service, as of yore, It's Dobbin not the 4-ycar-old I order groomed and 'round at four. Dick, versed o'erwell in racing lore, Delight to call him tauntingly A sorry jade without a score; But Dobbin's good enough for me. Prince, here's Impatience at the door With proud arched neck, as one may see, A steed with mettle meet for warBut Dobbin's good enou...

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

1 . J V CROP CONDITIONS IN WESTERN CANADA. Lntenena of Spring; Overcome br Ecellent Growing Summer Seaeon. Once more the farmers of Western Canada rest at ease and grow rich while they slumber. Their, season of anxiety Is over. For a time It looked as though the backward season was for oace going to prevent the western country from maintaining Its pre-eminent position as leader of the grain growing countries of the world. The unusual lateness of the spring, coupled with the rapid advance In the price of foodstuffs, gave the pessimists some reason for their gloomy forebodings and among even the. optimistic Westerners Imbued, as they usually are, with a spirit of buoyancy and hope, there commenced to glimmer a fear that perhaps this year their sanguine expectations were not to be realized. On May day, when a large proportion of wheat has usually been sown, there was this year very little seeding done. Finally, however, winter, which had tarried so late In the lap of spring in all part...

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

i '! ' 1 1 I ergonal3temg ll. W. Yates of business visitor in L-hana was a Ashton Fri day. Wm. Delp and family of Chica' go are out visiting- Adam Krug and family. Allen Krug who works for A. C. McClurg & Co. in Chicago is home for his vacation. Miss Ethel Sherwood of Rochelle visited a few days last week at C. W. Jonker's. Special Sale Saturday July 26 Maple City Soap 7 for 25c. Pear line 4c. The Racket. The Methodist Ladies' Aid Society will meet next Wednes day, July 31 at the home of Mrs. Will Quick. All ladies are cordially invited. Mrs. A. A. Heckart and daughter Mrs. F. Tilton returned Friday from several days visit with relatives in Cortland. Our agriculture machine men liave been very busy lately delivering machines which they have sold to the farmers. Lost a Ready Fill Fountain Pen May 30. Finder leave at Gazette office and receive reward. W. VV. Righter, West Brooklyn. John Weishaar's horse which he bad tied in front of one of his neighbors broke loose and ran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 August 1907

1 Fhe Gazette, VOL. XIII. NO 23. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 648 ASHTON NEW RAILROAD MAY BE BUILT Another Railroad Is To Traverse Ashton Township PRELIMINARIES UNDER WAY Much Money Has Beea Seest For Surveylaf And Blue Prints Purchase Laud for Town Site In Bureau County. It has been a long- ytime since we have written on the subject of Ashton having- another rail ' road, but the preliminary work has been going- on just the same and it is beginning- to look as though matters would shape them selves in a very short time. .The work of drilling test holes for coal in Bureau Co. has been coinplet ed and eighty acres of land has been purchased for a town sight. As we mentioned before, when the surveys were made, the name of the railroad is to be the Mil waukee, Peoria and St. Louis Railway. The name however indicates a much longer length of track than will be built as the objective points are Peoria and Rockford and it is between these two cities that the rail...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 August 1907

tHE ASIIFON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HTON, ILLINOIS. ALL WANT WORKERS. UNITED STATES NOW HAS PLOYMENT BUREAU. EM. Will Advise lmmltrniilK an to Best Part of Country for Them to Locate In Sunday In I.esnl Sabbath In St. Paul. The greatest employment bureau in the world is what the new information bureau of the immigration service in Washington, D. C, is sudilpnly becoming. Tertence V. Powderly, once head of the Knights of Labor, is in charge of the bureau. Mr. l'owderly sent out circulars to all Governors asking specific questions bout labor conditions, the demand for workers, the sort of work to be done, wages, conditions of employment, etc. The replies seem to leave no doubt of the genuineness o the demand for more people. Not more than half the States have yet sent in their answers, but they represent all sections and are in the same rein. "Send all kinds of workingmen," Writes Oregon. "Married or single are all wanted ; no difference in the demand." The South wants fa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 August 1907

FOI1CES BOARDER TO PAY UP. Raises Cry ""top Thief" and Crowd Aids In Collecting Bill. A south-bound Mobile and Ohio passenger train was stopped at Cairo the other' afternoon and held several minutes while a crowd of passengers and citizens forced Cicero Thompson to settle for a two weeks' board bill he owed to a Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. Taylor, learning that Thompson was about to leave the city, followed h!in to the station just in time to see him swing on the rear platform of the train as it pulled out. She raised the cry, "Stop thief," and pointed fran tically to the train. The engineer saw the commotion and stopped the engine. Mrs. Taylor then rushed up to the coach, followed by a number of people. Thompson leaped from the train and started to run, but was caught. He surveyed tbe crowd and said: "Guess I'd better pay, and handed over the amount. As the train moved off again Thompson swung en the rear platform and waived adieu to Mrs. Taylor and the crowd. WANDERER DROPS EXHAUSTED Relati...

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

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months fl.Oo .50 - .25 JGntered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1907. NEW VAGABOND LAW IN FORCE Continued from Page 1. who insult unaccompanied women or attempt "mashing." This new Illinois vagrancy .law went into effect July 1 and by its provisions the following are classified as vagrants and dealt with summarily even though they have been guilty of no particular offense. 'A11 persons who are idle or dissolute and who go about begging; all persons who use any juggling or other unlawful games ,ot plays; runaways, pilrerers, .confidence men, common drunkards, common night walkers, lewd, wanton and lascivious per--sons in speech or in behavior; iComtnon railers and brawlers; persons who are habitually neglectful of their employment or their calling, and do not lawfully provide for themse...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 August 1907

i- JUST RECEIVED THE SUNSHINE WASHER era ItF.-ZLS So Easy- Accident Proof Come In and Try It and Convince Yourself See that fly wheel under the tub, entirely out of the way, it revolves about 400 revolutions per minute, just think the help this means on wash day. - MOORE & GLENN. THE DEERING BINDER The Best for the Farmer. GRIFFITH BROTHERS, ASHTON, - - - ILLINOIS. HARVESTER OIL Why don't you use our Natural Black Oil for jour Machines? It's best, because it contains every ounce of grease that is in the Natural oil hence it saves the bearings. If you use it, you will use it right along. USE THE TORREY RAZOR 4 All kinds of shavers use the Torrey Razor. They are backed by 25 years of successful sales. If you haven't a good one now come and get a Torrey. From $2.00 to $2.75 and everyone backed by the strongest guarantee. We want your patronage, and want to treat you right if any time you have a complaint to make about goods or treatment, tell us and if we can right it we'll...

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

MY TREASURE. "X have hidden away from the light of day A trensure I sacred hold; And it flashes not with the diamond's ray, And it is not yellow gold ; And it is not beryl, nor sapphire rare As blue as the tropic sea This treasure, guarded with love and care, Is worthless to all but me! It is not the ghost of a rosebud pnle, Or of rose full-blown and red ; Nor a violet plucked in some mossy dale, With its fragrant sweetness fled. "Tis no leaf by a lover's touch m:ide dear ; tor me it has memories none -Of that springtime of joy and hope and fear When my heart was lost and won. But it brings me the sound of bnby feet, And the lisp of a silent voice And the small moist hands that my own Hands meet Make my empty heart rejoice. "In the holy calm, when the bright stars shine Thfi deepening azure through, "There is kiss of mine,, there is tear mine For my treasure a baby's shoe. of "You see," said the blackmailer decidedly, "I have you In my power." The rich man shifted uneasily In hrs -s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 August 1907

Is Pe-ru-na Useful for Catarrh? Should a Ibt of th.o inrjrcrlie:i of Po - runa bo subsittcd to any medical export, of whatever Echoolcr nationality, ho would bo obliged to adnit without reserve thct each cno cf then was of undoubted value in chronic catarrhal diseases, and had stood tho tc:t of many yoavs' experience in the treatment of such diseases. THESE CAN EE NO DISPUTE ABOUT THIS WHATX VEE. Peruna i3 composed o f tho most eflitacioas and universally used herbal remedies for catarrh. Every irjjrodieiit of Peruna has a reputation cf its own in the cure of some phaso cf catarrh. Peruna brings to tho home tho COMBINED KNOWLEDGE OF SEVERAL SCHOOLS OF IIEDICINE in the treatment of catarrhal diseases; brinto the home tho scientific skill and knowV edgeofthe modern pharmacist; and last but notlcaat, brings to the home the vast and varied experience of Dr. Hartman, in the use of catarrh recedes, and in the treatment of catarrhal diseases.' The fact u, ohronjo catarrh is a disease which...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 August 1907

$ersonal3tems Residence for Sale. Inquire of Henry Stephan. 23tf I. H. Byers went to Dixon 3Snday on business. G. A. Hamelwent to Chicago Monday morning- on business. Win. A. Petrie was in Chicago Thst week with a car load of Bogs. Some good real estate mortgag es for sale, see Attorney V. H Myers 23t4 John Sindlinger spent part of 3hst week visiting his daughter iii DeKalb. The Ashton town team receiv el their new baseball uniforms Saturday evening. And the Miller Loses His Job. As EACO FLOUR is packed into sacks, samples are drawn and again tested by t h e EACO chemists and bakers. Jf the 1 e a's t thing wrong is discovered the flour is set aside to be remilled, so when the EACO brand is on the sack, you can bank that the flcur is EACO will prevent bad luck and poor batches. Order it right now. Joseph A. Roesler, Ashton, - Illinois. Miss Fannie Williams spent Monday in Rochelle. Henry Slephan was a business caller in Chicago Tuesday. V. B. Huetlier, wife and baby were business cal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 August 1907

XL ASHTol : . IL. FHE VOL. XIII. NO 24. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 649 G-AZETT ASHTON 15; LEE CENTER 0 Local Team Gives Lee Center Colts Stinging Defeat LITTLE JOHN KRUG PITCHES FINE GAME Lee Center With Btses Full la the Second and Mo Outs Fall to Cet a Score. The newly organized Astaton team played their first game Tuesday and gave the Lee Cen ter Colts a stinging defeat by i score of 15 to 0. It looked for a long time as though the rain would interfere with the game but all fears were dispelled by the time the local fellows reached Lee Center. The teams were well matched but Little John Krug, the school boy pitcher, with his quick curves made Heinie Nelson s mitt go one, two, three, out. One thing which made the game safe was the excellent support given the pitcher. In the second inning Lee Center had all bases full and n o outs and never a player crossed the home plate. At the beginning of the fifth inning Lee Center turned their rooters.) on he Ash...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 August 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE, RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. SOLDIERS' LOW PAY. 8MALL WAGE CAUSES DEPLE. TION OF ARMY RANKS. Karn 40 Cents n Uny While Ditch UIRT OeK at Lenut fl-Arny , Heads Are Alarmed and Would Raise I'ny. The militant authorities have discovered that it is impossible to get men to nlist in the army on wages of 40 cents a. day while manufacturers, contractors, and other employers are paying unskilled labor anywhere from $1 a day up. Consequently it has been decided to inform Congress that if the army is to be maintained in a state of efficiency it is imperative that the pay of soldiers be materially increased. A 30 per cent increase will be asked. Secretary Taft lias authorized the appointment of a board of army officers to draw up a new pay scale for the service and to create public Interest in the project between now and the time of the convening of Congress. The alarming shortage of men, the ever Increasing number of refusals to re-enlist, and the general ad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 August 1907

ILLINOIS STATE NEWS ELOPEMENT ENDS IN ARREST. -Theatrical Agent Landed in Jail on Chnru-e After Marrlaive. A sensational elopement ended in an iBirest in Davenport, Iowa the other day Mrs. Lilly Wood o Bloomington overtook "her 13-year-old dauj-iater Delpha and her ihusband, Hoy Hodge f Peoria, a young theatrical agent, who Were married Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Wood marched Horlgc to jail at the point of a revolver iund had him locked up. Ho is charged with a serious crime. George Wunder, who assisted in securing the marriage license and swore that the girl was of age, Is also under arrest, being charged with perjury. The Wood family, including the girl wife of Hodge, are members of a theatrical troupe. They played Friday Bight at Rapids City. At midnight Hodge and the Wood child slipped out of town, walked to Fort Byron, and there etole a skiff in which they went down the Mississippi to Davenport. Here Hodge purchased a long skirt to replace the knee skirt worn by the girl, and in ...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 August 1907

Eaton-Hurlbut's Hot Pressed Vellum This is the most widely used high grade correspondence paper. We have the stock in the latest styles and the paper stands above all other brands? We have other brands of box paper such as: French Polpin Berkshire Laid Old Tyme Fabric French Twill Autocrat Linen Our Fall stock has arrived and in addition to the above we are showing correct styles for gentlemen correspondence, Party cards with envelopes to match and a stock high grade paper in tablet form. Gazette Book Store Ashton, 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. &e EAST END BLACKSMITH I Will do all kinds of Heavy Forging and Sharpen and Polish. Tower Kniv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 August 1907

JUST RECEIVED THE SUNSHINE WAS HER ItH.tins So Sas: Accident Proof ComekIn 6m d Try It and Convince Yourself See that fly wheel under the tub, entirely out of the way, it revolves about 400 revolutions per minute, just think the help this means on wash day. MOORE & GLENN. THE DEERING BINDER The Best for the Farmer. GRIFFITH BROTHERS, Geo. VanNess was a Chicago passenger Thursday. Residence for Sale. Inquire of Henry Stephan. 23tf Adam Faber was a business caller in Rochelle Friday. Miss Buelah Hurd visited her sister in'Oregon last week. W. C. Yenerich transacted busi ness in Morrison Thursday. W. J. Stevenson was a business caller in Rochelle Thursday. Wilburn Paddock went to Rock- ford Thursday to yisit his sister, r . ivi. wetzel and wite were passengers to Rochelle Saturday.- Miss Matilda Pfetzing went to Dixon Thursday to vjsit her sis ter. Harry Bowers who fires on the C. & N. W. was home over Sun day. Jacob Pfieffer and N. Albrecht were visitors in Ste...

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

THERE IS KO CHANCE. There la no chance In circumstance. Upon life's tossing sea. Our boats are launched, we know aot why, For shores we do not see. There Is no chance In circumstance, The sun-kissed winds blow free. The outlook cheers our seasick hearts, The wavelets dance with glee. There is no chance In circumstance, We hail ships on the way. Then thoughtlessly we spread our sails, When we have said, "Good day." There is no chance in circumstance, Clouds rise up in our sky. The thunder rolls, the lightnings flash, The waters dash on high. There Is no chance In circumstance, The swallows skim the sky, And cheer us for a little while, Then swiftly homeward fly. There is no chance In circumstance, Life's mystery veils our eyes. We hear the signal, "All is welL" And lo the vapors rise. A. G. Riddock. The Vigilant sat In his big invalid chair poring over a small slip of paper on the desk before him. He had been sitting there, Just so, motionless, to all appearances almost lifeless, all...

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