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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 August 1907

r;,n-.-':j.i.i.;i -- j -.-....-la ALL WOM SUFFER NATIONAL RICHNESS GROWING UP FROM THE SOIL. CROPS ARE ALL BIG. MRS. A. M. HAGERMANN Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compourid made from simple native roots and 'herbs. For more than thirty years it has been helping women to be strong, regulating the functions perfectly and overcoming pain. It has also proved itself invaluable in preparing for child birth and the Change of Life. Mrs. A. M. Hng-ermahn, of Bay Shore, L. I., writes :Dear Mrs. Pinkhara: "I suffered from a displacement, excessive and painful functions so that I had to lie down or sit still most of the time. Lydia E; Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has made me a well woman so that I am able to attend to mv duties. I wish dvery suffering woman would try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and see what relief it will give them." Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female illness are invited to write Mrs. Pinkham. at Lynn, Mass. for advice S...

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

$crsonal3tcms Sam. Zeller Jr. is on the sick list at present. Miss Helen Hamilton is on the sick list atpresent. J. II, Byers was a Dixon busi ness, caller Monday. W. B. Huether transacted busi' uess in Dixon Monday. Flower Pots and hanging bas' Tsets all sizes. The Racket. Miss Anna Greve is very sick, suffering tuberculosis of the lungs. Mrs. Geo. Baker went to Es mond Tuesday to visit with her sister. Henry Gonnerman was a busi ness caller in Franklin Grove Tuesday. Win, Schade Jr. put a coat of paint on the opera house block this week. W. H. Hart was over near Ore gon Tuesday transacting real eS' late business. Mrs. Jacob Pfieffer and Mrs. B. Albrecht were visitors in Nachusa Tuesday.' Clinton Johnson transacted business at the county seat the first of the week. Russel VVahl of Sterling came up Tuesday to visit E. S. Far- ringer and family. Henry Stephan Jr. went to Ly tns, Iowa Monday to visit his brother John Stephan. Mrs. Mary Curtis came out from Chicago Tuesday evening to v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 August 1907

J . ' ' J .. i , ON THE. asht Gazette. VOL. XIII. NO 25. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 650 CHICAGO MAN ACCIDENTALLY SHOT HIMSELF Died From Loss of an Hour aim Blood within a Half WITH HIS FAMILY WAS VISITING AT CHARLES ALDIS' was united in marriage to Miss Bessie Garretty to whom were born three children they being a boy five years old, a girl three years old and a baby ten months old. The family resided at 3111 South Halsted. street, Chicago. He was an electrotyper by trade and was employed by ihe firm of foole Bros., railroad printers. The body and folks, went to Chi cago on No. 14. This was truly PICTURE AGENT IN THE TOILS Over Drove and Beat a Horse from Gilbert's Livery FINE AND COSTS AMOUNT TO $1 1.45 ty Supt. that every teacher in the county should hear. Supplies for the year will be given out the last day of the institute, that is each teacher will be expected to sujpply herself or himself with a State Course of Study, Daily and Classification Reg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 August 1907

THE ASHT01M GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HTON, ILLINOia BATTERY A MARVEL. MAY REVOLUTIONIZE LIGHTING AND POWER. Brest Thlnx Kippcted of Milwaukee ICnn'l Invention Leading Christian Sclent Int TuniM from Faith to Doctor News in Brief. A Milwaukee company, with a capital f $5,(XX),000, has been formed to exploit a invention of Frank Curtis which promises to revolutionize light and power systems. The battery is operated by lectricity developed by the decomposition of chemicals in connection with electrodes formed from newly discovered alloys. The cost of the solution will not exceed 5 cents a cell. A bnttery of fourteen cells, in actual test, maintained eighteen sixteen-candle power lamps for seventy-eight hours. An cighteen-cell battery ran an electric runabout 200 hours. The same battery maintained twenty-four lamps eleven days. STRIVING FOR THE PENNANTS. Standing of Clubs in Principal Base Ball Leagues. NATIONAL LEAGUE. W. L. W. L. Chicago ....75 2.S Brooklyn ...47 53 Pittsb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 August 1907

ILLINOIS STATB NEWS FARMERS BURN AUTO. Countryman Take Summary Re veng-e for Injury to Daughter. Angered because reckless autoists, speeding at a rate estimated at forty Iniles an hour, rail down his little daughter, a sturdy Illinois fanner organized a party, composed principally of his hired hands, waylaid and captured a $0,000 automobile, dragged society women from their seats, and burned the machine. The capture of the speeding "demon" and its AH Over the State. Three children of Andrew Meleski, 8.j01 Ontario avenue, South Chicago, died within twenty-four hours from scarlet fever. The A. Votaw Company, stave and hoop factory, of Mt. Carmel, burned, causing a loss of $30,000, with no insurance. The annual session of the Negro Odd Fellows of Illinois and Wisconsin and the woman's auxiliary was held in Springfield. 51. Weber and John Light of Evanaton occupants occurred at a lonely spot eight were injured by an explosion of gasoline miies west of Highland Park. At an early hour, as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 August 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. POBUSHED 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. 66. THURSDAY, AUGUST IS, 1907. County Fair and Races. The Ogle Countj Fair will be held at Oregon, August 21, 22, and 23. The race program is particularly good and the follow ing contest will be pulled on. viz: 2:10. 2:17. 2:23 and 2:30 trots; 2:27, 2:18 and 2:12 paces, all for $300.00 purses except the 2:10 trot which is for $400.00 In addition there will be running races. Free for all pace on Fri day. The Madam Marantette Combination under the management of our former citizen, Daniel Harris has been engaged. The Madam has filled engagements with Barnum & Bailey and Foreoauffh & Sells shows for some jears, making the trip to the old world and receiving compliments from the crowned heads. The high jump of 7 ft., 10 inches by...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 August 1907

'fit' i.' J CUTLERY Our stock of this class of goods is very complete. The name Keen Kutter has stood for quality for the past forty years and its g rowing-popularity is the best tribute to its li itfh standard of excellence. Keen Kutter Shears cut clear to the point. They stay sharp. They fit the hand and they do not get out of adjustment. We have them in all sizes. Keen Kutter Knives are the best. Our SO cent line is a trade winner. Keen Kutter Razors are made from the best imported steel. They are correctly ground and of the highest finish. We sell them from $1.50 up. Remember all Keen Kutter goods are thoroughly war- Yriif'J wm9 . mftSr It ft ! Si i i 1) A A A A 4 A A A A A a a a a a a Karate wxh $nB$nnl& j ranted MOORE & GLENN g "THE KEEN KUTTER STORE" f A A A A A THE DEERING BINDER The Best for the Farmer. Residence for Sale. Inquire of Henry Stephan. 23tf Bert Moore transacted business in Rochelle Friday. G. A. Over of Sterling was up on business Monda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 August 1907

THE BEST CEOP. "The best crop is the crop of children." --President Roosevelt. Ryes Albaze and Wagging Tongue, And Tippytoe are children three; Romping here the whole day long, Clambering upon my knee. Bands and knees upon the floor, Laughing, shouting, noisy crew There is joy, and something mor In the things that children do. Eyes Albaze is eight years old, And a roguish, brown-haired miss; Loving arms that round me fold, Lips Ood fashioned with a kiss. Eight yenrs old she is and fair, With many of her mother's ways;. Daughter, playmate, comforter, That's my little Eyes Ablaze. Wagging Tongue, a boy of six, Chattering the whole day through ; Up to many boyish tricks He's the noisiest of the crew, Shrieks of laughter seem to ring Through the house the whole day long; Oh, the joys that children bring, Eyes Ablaze and Wagging Tongue! Then God sent us Tippytoe, Just to make our home complete; There must be a babe, you know, Toddling on uncertain feet. Wide-eyed, wondrous boy of two, To...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 August 1907

HEALTH MOTES FOR AUGUST. at,-! .t -'Ft iff O 1 August Is the month of internal catarrh. The mucous mem branes, especially of the bowels, are very liable to congestion, causing summer complaint, and catarrh of the bowels and other Internal organs. Pe-ru-na Is an excellent remedy for all these conditions. . The Chinese Army. "Soldiers used to be despised In China and only the coolies were considered suitable material tor fighting men," says Owen JlacDonald in the Technical World Magazine. "To-day all this is changed, and China has an nrniy to which it is an honor to belong. Tomtoms have been superseded by wireless telegraphic apparatus and signal balloons; masks have given place to field glasses, comic opera garb bus bepn cast off for khaki uniforms, and the twohandled sword has become the l,4- ....... tt....,- n ...... ..j.I -n o een.se of her weakness, and her strength, by the disaster of the war witih Japan in 1S04-. Hitherto she bad slumbered like a great lazy giant, smiling scorn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 August 1907

r. 3 C 30C ID Cm 13 1 1 i 1 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. SOMETHING NEW A virulent disease producing virus for the destruction of Rats, Mice and Field Mice Harmless to human beings, cats, dogs and fowls. Do Not Die in Their Holes Rats and Mice infected with this disease produced by the virus desert their haunts and seek the open in which to die. This is no fake it is made by the Parke Davis Co of Detroit, Michigan, who also make The best insecticide,' germicide, disinfectant and cleanser on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 August 1907

' -'I ' ' ASHTdW THE Gazette, VOL. XIII. NO. 26. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUCxUST 22, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 651 LARGE CROWD AT SETTLERS' PICNIC Thirty-Fifth Annual Reunion Old Pioneers. of FEW ATTEND THE BUSINESS MEETING Hsw List of Officer Were Chosen for the , Ensuing Yeir. The thirty-fifth annual reunion and picnic of the Lee County Old Settlers Association. while not attended by so many as that of last year, wa grand success. Many familiar faces of by cone days were sadly missed from the ranks of the picnickers this year. The list of old settlers of Lee county who have passed away since the last meeting- of the as sociation is as follows: Ashton. Samuel Gype, age 72. W. G. Shoemaker, age 88. Mrs. C. K. Northrup, age 62. Fanny Blanchard, age 76. John Weishaar, age 78. Uncle Peter Smith, age 86. Mrs. Carl Krug, age 72. John Griese, age 76. Amboy. William Peterson, age 71. Mrs. Mary Nichols, age 81. Edward Antoine, age 79. Thomas Hines, age 83. Daniel Staup, age 83. ""Mrs. Miletta ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 August 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HT0N, ILLINOIS. TRAIN ENDS ROMANCE PROSPECTIVE BRIDEGROOM KILLED BY ENGINE. track While Driving; to Scene of Bis; Fire at, Old Orchard, Maine Young; Woman la Seriously Injured. The tragic death of Philip Partridge, wed 24, son of the Rev.- Dr. Warren P. Partridge o the Fourth Avenue Baptist church of Pittsburg, the largest Baptist congregation in Pittsburg, has ended a romance that was to have terminated in Marriage within a few weeks. Partridge, together with his fiancee. Miss Alice MiBard, were spending their vacation at Cennebunk, Me., when the other night, teaming of the big fire at Old Orchard, Me., they started to drive to the scene. Their rig was struck by a Boston and Maine train near the outskirts of Kcnnebonk. Partridge was killed instantly and Miss Minard received serious injuries. STRIVING FOR THE PENNANTS. Standing of Clubs in Principal Base Ball Leagues. NATIONAL LEAGUE. W. L. W. L. Chicago 79 29 Brooklyn ...50 58 Fittsbu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 August 1907

Hi ILLINOIS II A STATE NEWS ? i 1 ' . PASTOR SHOT DOWN IN STREET, J. X. WUllums, Evanirellnt, In Mar dered In Mount Vernon. A mysterious murder occurred at Mount Vernon near the fair grounds, about 10 o'clock the other night. A few people heard a shot fired and by the light of a lantern discovered a body lying over a suit case. The body was identified as James L. Williams, an evangelist, for merly of Jefferson county, but rccently of Paraould, Ark. He was expected in Mount Vernon on a visit and is supposed to have been on his way to the home of his brother-in-law, the Rev. W. H. At kins, and was within about two blocks of the house when he met death. The man was a member of a prominent family and was well known in Jefferson and Hamilton counties. There Is no clew to the murderer. FAYS ENEMIES' BOARD IN JAIL.. Rcvcnere for Loss of an Ear Coat Illinois Man $4.90 a Week. Revenge is sweet to Baptiste Zuac of Williamson, even at $4.90 a week, and lie says he will keep Ernesto and Zeck Za...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 August 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED KVBRY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months $1.0o .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as secona-ciass maner. TELEPHONE NO. 86. THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1907. Geo. VanNess was a Chicago visitor Monday. George H. Brewer was a visi tor in Dixon Tuesday. Mrs. J. M. Trostle and daughter Charlotte went to Mt. Morris Tuesday for a visit. Postmaster and Mrs. H. E Chadwick visiting in Dixon s couple days this week. Mrs. M. M. Billmire was in Rochelle Monday visiting at the liome of her son Frank. P Rat.e A cool span of tnules weighing 2200. Wm. Killmer. Mrs. H. E. Bush of California is here visited her daughters Missee Eva and Minnie Moon. Mrs. Lulu Stoudt enjoyed 5 short visit in Chicago with rela tives from Saturday until Mon day. Mrs. Wettlaufer and Lynn Plantz of Humbolt, Iowa who are visiting here spent yesterday at DeKalb. Misses Eva Arnould and Ade line Stevenson went to Amb...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 August 1907

Fjc Buys Best Who Buys in Jlshton. I ir ft ...WHIPS... Our buggy whips are all good swingers. We have them in all prices at from 10c to $1.00. Our wire woven whips and our eel skinned lined whips are hard to break. If you want a particularly good whip for the money you should see our line. MOORE & GLENN. i ?i i THE DEERING BINDER The Best for the Farmer. -life! ' . Wm. Wiener was a Dixon call er Friday. P. J. McMillan was a Chicago visitor Friday. Residence for Sale. Inquire of Henry Stephan. 23tf M. M. Billmire went to Dixon Sunday evening. Will Schuster was a Rochelle visitor Thursday. W. B. Garrett was a business caller in Rockford Friday. Peter Eisenberg transacted business in Rochelle Friday. Fred Lazarus of Corapton was a caller in Ashton Saturday. Dr. H.A. Bremmer was a busi ness caller in Chicago Monday. Ambrose Hodge of Rochelle was an Ashton visitor Saturday. . Richard Gooch of Shaw Station was a visitor in Ashton Saturday. Miss Katie Ventler and John Rcitz wer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 August 1907

srtra A BONG. v If you'll slog a song as you go along, In the face of the real or the fancied wrong ; In spite of tie doubt If youH fight it out, And show a heart that is brave and stout ; If you'll laugh at the jeers and refuse the tears, You'll force the ever-relactant cheers That the world denies when a coward cries, To give to the man who bravely tries ; And you'll win success with a little song If you'll sing the song as you go along! If youll sing a song as you plod along, You'll find that the busy, rushing throng Will catch the strain of the glad refrain ; That the sun will follow the blinding rain ; That the clouds will fly from the blackened sky; That the stars will come out by and by; And you'll make new friends, till hope descends From where the plndd rainbow bends; And all Because of a little song If you'll sing the song as you plod along ! If you'll sing a song as you trudge along, You'll see that the singing will make you strone : And the heavy load and the rugged road...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 August 1907

COMMON SENSE i most Intelligent people to use only dines of known composition. ThereIt Is thai Dr. Pierce's medicines, the ich print every Ingredient enteringkUo them upon the bottle wrappers and attest its correctness under oath, are daily growing in favor The composition of. Dr. Pierce's medicines is open to every bod yyDr. Pierce being desirous of havipg the search liglot inveStlRa-"1 tlon t'lrned fully upon his formula;, being contident that the better the composition 01 tncse. medicines is known the more" . will their great cfira Ave merits be recognized. Being whollymade oflhe active medicinal principles extracted from native forest Toots, by exact processes original with Dr. Pierce, and without the use of a drop of alcohol, triplc-rofined and chemically pure glycerine being used Instead hi extracting and preserving the curative virtues residing in the roots employed, these medicines are entirely free from tho objection of doing harm by creating an appetite for either alcoholi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 August 1907

$ersonal3f terns Judge Robert H. Scott of Dix on was up on court business Fi'i day. Miss Lizzie Nass visited with friends in Franklin Grove Satur iay. "Some good real estate mortgag es for sale, see Attorney V. H. Myers 23t4 Mrs. J. B. Farver and children -spent Sunday with friends at DeKalb. John Krug and Frank Aschen- brenner were visitors in Rochelle Saturday. Mrs. George Sanford and daughter were visitors in Dixon Saturday. Mrs. G. W. Myers of Rochelle was calling on friends in Ashton Saturday. Tt - narvey ainaunger came up from Dixon to play with the ball team Friday. O. P. Canfield got back at his post last Saturday as city editor on the Gazette. Rev. Messervy, the Methodist pastor of Steward was a visitor in town Monday. Charles Heinzeroth and Ed. Tomlinson were passengers to Rockford Friday. Mrs. Cates returned to Dixon Monday after a visit with her sister Mrs. H. E. Chadwick. Rev. Wilson and wife of Oshkosh, Wisconsin were the guests of Mrs. J. Z. Taylor last week. Geo. Mei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 August 1907

The ashtom -Gazette. VOL. XIII. NO. 27. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 652 ' . $10,000 DAMAGE SUIT FILED AGAINST FORM ER Wm. Evens Is Defendent in Big Damage Suit LADY DOCTOR INJURED IN RUNAWAY FIVE YEARS AGO Wrist and Back Severely Injured Lady Ii Resident of Chicago Suit Filed in Kane County Court A damage suit for $10,000 has fcppn filed in the circuit court of Kane county, at Geneva, the rmintv seat bV Miss Martha Campbell, a lady doctor of Chica c-o. aeainst Wm. Evens of Gil berts, a former resident of this place. The suit is being filed on account of injuries sustained November 12, 1902 in a runaway with a horse from what was then Even's Livery Stable of this city. Mr. Evens, with his attorney, Judge Botsford of Elgin was here Monday securing evidence in the caseand getting ready for a trial. The accident is still in the minds of many Ashton people, but to refresh it we herewith reprint; the article which appeared in the Gazette November 13, 1902 the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 August 1907

4 , ;i J. ' THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. TAYLOR MAY GO BACK MAKES PROPOSITION TO RETURN TO KENTUCKY. Would !!i Witness aiitl Also Stand Trial fur Complicity In Goebel Case Zelnyn I'urdiniN Son for Isremature 31iirrlnle. William S. Taylor, former Governor of Kentucky, whose extradition has been sought by the authorities of that State since the assassination of Gov. William Goebel, sewn years ajro, has given out a signed statement in Indianapolis, which he says is the first public statement he has made since leaving his native State lie lirst dissects the promise of immunity eaid to have been offered him should h testify in the Powers case, and then make a proposition to the Kentucky authorities to return to his home State and stand trial on the charge' against himself if granted certain guarantees. The state tnent says: ior more than seven years I have borne in silence the slanders anil persecutions of those who robbed me of what heaven knows was my...

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