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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 August 1907

DIDN'T THINK ' BIGiVMY WRONG. Tonne Woman with Hniband In Russia Marries Another. ' vMffk Milkft Bere, A comely young wortjin, was sent to the county jail in Kewanee for bigamy. She came from Russia with Matives a' year ago, leaving a husband there and expecting to rejoin lilm after a visit in America. Recently she met Michael Tarbuck-in Kewanee and decided to marry liirn, wlien he told her she could marry sgain in this country with--out'violating the law. Tarbuck had made an euemy o Pful Tamosovich by suing him for- $30 and the latter, knowing Tarbuck's wife had another husband, swore out a warrant to get revengr. 'The womjm admitted the cliarges, but pleaded, ignorance of the law. Tarbuck has disappeared, leayipg her to. face the matter alone.-' She' could not furnish bonds, so was taken to jail. , SET DATES FOR CONFERENCES. Methodist Episcopal Bishops In Mld- ' die West to Be Assisned. The annual conference for the assignment of bishops of the Methodist Episcopal church of Illino...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 August 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBUSHBD EVERY THURSDAY. TBKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year lx months, Three months $1.00 .50 .25 Altered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as secona-ciass matter. TELEPHONE NO.61. THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1907. Xetter from W. E. Paddock. Through the kindness of Mr. H. A. Petrie we are permitted to r jwblish the following letter writ ten to him by Mr. Wilbur n Pad' 4ock front Mackinac Island, His host of friends here will appreciate the description of his m - travels. JIackimac Island, Mich., August 24, 1907, Mb. N. A. Phtrik, Dear Friend: Well. I was to write Ho you on my trip. I have just oi around to the last place that .1 will visit. I left Clinton, Iowa 4r boat the St. Paul, on the 10th tot St. Paul Minnesota. The distance is 360 miles but un -fortunately the boat did not suc ceed in reaching its destination. When we were within ninety-five -voiles of St. Paul our boat en- Ountered sand bars. There is jriace in the river tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 August 1907

4 Oralis att! pgrgmtalg i t $ $ t WAGON GOODS Our stock of wagon woods comprise neck yokes, singletrees and doubletrees all the best woods that we can buy. We have them both ironed and unironed. . We also have a complete stock of neck yoke rings, singletree hooks, wagon seat springs, box rods, rub irons, clevises, etc Have you seen our new Keen Kutter roller bearing grindstone?. It has postively the best and most rigid iron frame of any on the market and the stone is of the best grit too. The price is the same as other stones sell for. MOORE b GLENN. i 1 , i THE DEERING BINDER The Best for the Farmer. .I. ..iff m jh Kflb m wu -k. M g w n: j - .un GRIFFITH BROTHERS, ASHTON, -ILLINOIS. A.M.Moore transacted business in Creston, Thursday. Dr. J. H. Roop was a profes sional caller in Ashton Saturday. Griffith Bros, hare had their office building painted. Isaac Trask was an Ashton visitor Friday. Residence for Sale. Inquire of Henry Stephan. 23tf W. B. Huether was a visitor in Rochelle an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 August 1907

i t BEYOHD. One of us, dear i. lit Oil;' Will sit bj' a bed with a marvelous face, And clasp a hand, Growing cold as it feels for the spirit land Darling, which one? One of us, dear But one Will stand by the other's coffin bier, And look and weep, While those marble lips strange silence keel) Darling, which one? One of us, dear . , . But one By an open grave will drop, a tear, And homeward go, The anguish of an unshared grief to know Darling, which one? One of us, darling, it must be; It may be you will slip from me; Or perhaps my life may just be done, Which one? 1 THE MAIROOA RUBY Marshall Third stretched out a slim hand across the chessboard. "You will forgive me remaining seated, Lady Borrodalle. I am, as you see, an Invalid." Lady Borrodalle, a pretty, well dressed woman of five-and-thirty, took the proffered hand and discreetly veiled the astonishment she could not help feeling that this man of whom she had heard ejSich wonderful things should be helplss as a cripple, i ' ! i ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 August 1907

Copjtfgtit Hoe, by The Maaalln Co. MAN-A-LIN Is An Excellent Remedy for Constipation. There are many ailment3 directly dependent upon constipation, such as biliousness, discolored and pimpled skin, inactive liver, dyspepsia, overworked kidneys and headache. Remove constipation and all of these ailments disappear. MAIM-A-LIN can be relied upon to produce a gentle action cf the bowels, making: pills and drastic cathartics entirely unnecessary. A dose or two of Man a !in Is advisable In slight febrile attacks, la grippe, colds and influenza. THE MAN-A LUM CO., COLUMBUS, OHIO, U.S. A. Benny on Nature Nature is a great tiring. There are everai kinds of nature. There la human nature and other kinds. If you want to see the most nature you go out into the woods, but you got to look out for snakes. My Uncle Henry owns a grove in Du Page county, where you can picnic on the banks of a beautiful river and have a good time. I forgot to mention that rivers are nature, iust the same as woods. Once...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 August 1907

1. 1 II $ersonal3tems J. H. Bjers was a Dixon visitor Monday. Friend Smith transacted business in Chicago Friday. W. B. Huether and sons were visitors at DeKalb Monday. S. T. Zeller went to Chicago Saturday morning on business. Judge Botsford of Elgin was here on legal business Monday. O. P. Canfield transacted business in Franklin Grove Friday, P. J. McMillan and sisters were visitors in Chicago Friday. Mrs. Bissel of Oregon visited at James Richardson's Monday. John Porter of Chana was a business caller in Ashton Monday. Carl Schade and Elton Luckey were passengers to Chicago Saturday. Mrs. Reimer of Franklin Grove was in Ashton Monday visiting friends. C. O, Reed of Franklin Grove was a business caller in Ashton Monday. John Sindlinger visited his son Albert at Winnebago a f$w days last week. Miss Zoe Reed went to Franklin Grove Saturday to visit with her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Griswold came home Saturday after being away visiting. Harry Wright was home from Rockford the firs...

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

HE ASHTON GAZETTE. VOL. XIII. NO. 28. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 653 TROOPS OF CAVALRY MARCH THROUGH CITY Detachment of 13th U. S. Cavalry on the Way to Chicago HAD MARCHED FROM FORT RILEY KANSAS A Tramp of 670 Miles Troop Were Followed by the Usual Commitnxy Wagons. Four companies of the Thirteen th United States cavalry in charge of Major T. J. Lewis passed through this city Monday morning at eight o'clock. The advance guard arrived here a few minutes after seven. They broke camp at 6 o'clock it requiring two hours to march to this city from near Nachusa. The quarte master department broke camp a half hour later and ten Uuited States army wagons laden with 4ents, supplies and other equip ment arrived here after the troops had left. The quartermaster department stopped here about a half hour to water their horses at the city well. The army wagons were drawn by mule teams and Vere guarded by cavalrymen carrying carbines. The Officers la Command. Majo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 September 1907

POO-SEr The oak trees to the twilight stand Majestically tall; And fences by the sumach spanned Fringe the dark forest wall : Aid 'mid the acorn cups the swine On the plump, russet acorns dine, Until, as the night winds rustle by, . There comes apace a mellow cry j "Poo-ee." Then from the mossy woodland bed Where thickly lies the "mast" Bobs up each bristly, swinish head. With sidelong glances cast. And then with many a grunt and squeal Homeward is turned each cloven heel, And while the dead leaves rustle di-Js. Faint sounds again that signal cry "Poo-ee, Poo-ee." And with his ridged and horny hands And crumpled hat forlorn, The chore boy at the feed lot stands, With store of shining coin, His arms across the hickory bars, His eyes upon the drowsy stars, While resonantly comes his cry Quaintly, melodious, shrill and high "Poo-ee, Pooo-ce, Pig, Pig, Poo-ee." Ernest McGaffey. A Maid and j a Motor I The letter was handed to Marjory nt the breakfast table after the exterior lad been sev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 September 1907

0 MOTHERHOOD The first requisite of a good mother is good 'health, and the experience of maternity shbuld not be approached without careful physical preparation, as a woman who is 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 the entire feminine nfrrn nlum n.nrincr disDlacements. ul ceration and inflammation, and the result is less suite than thirtv vears Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable Compound has been the standby of American mothers in preparing for childbirth. NotewhatMrs. JamesChester.of427 W. 85th St., New York says in this letters-Dear Mrs. Pinkham:-"I wish every expectant mother knew about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. A neighbor who had learned of its great value at this trying period of a woman's life urged me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 September 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three montha Sl.Oo .50 .25 Xntered At the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 68. THURSDAY, SEPT. 5, 1907. Mrs. Lewis Wood and son Fred were visitors in Chicago yester lay. Attorney J. W. Watts of Dixon was up on legal business yester day. Chas. Brewer and wife of Li verne, Minnesota are here visiting relatives. Miss Louise Garrett of Cham paign is visiting her grand-moth r Miss L. C. Garrett.. Miss Thompson of Elgin is a guest at the home of her cousin Mrs. W. C. McWethy. Adam Gonnertnan fell off from a load of bundles Tuesday and dislocated bis shoulder. T. W. Farver of Franklin Grove was a business caller in town Tuesday afternoon. Will Hart left Tuesday aftert noon on a business trip through Minnesota and the Dakotas. Miss Lyravine Votaw of Chicago visited last week with her sister Mrs. W. F. Galbreath. Second-hand Oak He...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 September 1907

T.XtT.'.XtXttittV.T..V.Xl'Vi.T.'.Xi.'.'ti.tt'ti , SPECIAL - ' - .y '1 1 , 1 i V v t I t i Have you seen our new Onyx Ware? It is not second grade, one coat ware made to sell cheap, but each piece is a first and covered with three coats of the best enamel. Mighty pretty ware too. And the price you will see marked on each piece in our window, i MOORE & GLENN t ! C. A, Burnham was a business caller in Chicago Tuesday. Mrs. Wra. Farver and son Ray spent Saturday in Rochelle. Mr. and Mrs. James Batchelor spent Saturday in Rocktord. Wra Killmer shipped in a car load of pressed hay Tuesday. The world's. famed and origin at Topsy, Miss Anna Harmount J. B. Farver and family visited relatives in Nachusa over Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Griswold went to Rochelle Monday after- noon. John Stephan was home a few days the past week from Lyons Iowa.' Ashton, Illinois What are the four thing's you most naturally look for in a riding- plow? Are they not quality of work, strength and durabi...

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

THE ASHT0IS1 GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HTON, ILLINOIS. TRIPLE HOTEL CHIME MAN SHOOTS WIFE, CHILD AND HIMSELF. Wealthy Proprietor of Ocean Grove, N. J., Honne Commits Suicide After Wounding; Others Truffle in White Slave to Be Stamped Ont. In the presence of a number of guests of a hotel in Ocean Grove, N. J., of which he was the proprietor, Robert S. Gravatt, 47 years old, shot and perhaps fatally wounded his wife, Irene, seriously wounded his 3-year-old daughter, Mollie, and then killed himself. Domestic trouble is said to have been the cause of the tragedy. The couple quarreled in the hotel dining room during the dinner hour. Gravatt drew a revolver and began firing at his wife. She fell with a bullet in her leg and the child rushed between her parents to shield her mother and was shot in the thigh. When the child fell Gravatt fired two other bullets into his wife's prostrate body, and then sent the remainr ing bullet into his own brain. GravatfcJ was well to do. Beside...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 September 1907

sr jz ILLINOIS II w STATE NEWS w SUMMONS, FOR UNBORN BABYt Probate Court Jail are Runs Aaalnst Fine Law Point. Can a county officer serve a summons an an unborn child? This Treats compn cation is before Judge L. O. Eagleton of -the Peoria County Probate Court, and he is wrestling with the problem before filing a decision. The unusual situation ame up in the settlement of the estate of Samuel K. Wifherell. When he died ho left a widow and several children, one of the latter being unborn. In settling the estate, the administrator . gave the papers to the sheriff to serve. He fulfHled his duty properly, as he supposed, by leaving the summons with the' widow. The guardian of the children protested against the settlement of the estate, on the ground that a smumons could not be legally served on the unborn child, and that the action must wait until the child is born. As the unborn child will have the same Interest in the estate as the others, It is believed the court will hold that the um...

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

O. C. Baker spent Sunday with -friends in Dixon. J. W. Pinkston went to Rochelle Thursday noon. Miss Minnie Schade was a vis Stor in DeKalb Friday. ttenry uonnerman was a vis' ator in Rochelle Monday, W. II. Hart transacted busi :ness in Dixon Thursday. Mrs. Lulu Stoudt visited rela lives in Nachusa Sunday. Geo. VanNess was a Rochelle visitor Thursday evening. George Geyer was a business -caller in Sterling' Thursday. Dr. 11. A. Bremmer was in "Chicago on business Monday. Mrs. E. J. Walker was a busi ness caller in Dixon Thursday. Henry Krug, wife and baby at tended the Sterling fair Friday. Adam Eisenberg and wife at tended the Sterling fair Friday. Wtn. Killmer and son Alfred took in the Sterling fair Friday, Henry Thomas was a business -caller in Rochelle Friday morning. Mrs. M. H. Randall was a pas senger to Rochelle Saturday -noon. George Greve of Chicago came out Saturday to visit with his iolks. Miss Silsby of Rochelle was a -guest at the Chas. Tuck home last week. Fred Steel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 September 1907

1 The ASHTGP GA VOL. XIII. NO. 29. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THUKSlf AY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 654 50 YEARS AGO B Mr. and Mr. Brewer Observed Golden Wedding Anniversary HOST OF FRIENDS GATH ERED IN THE EVENING Many Beautiful Presents Received Guests Gathered from Afar. Friday wili be a day long to be remembered in the Brewer fami ly, the day being the fiftieth weddin? anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Brewer. A din ner was served at noon around which gathered all the relatives who were able to be present. In the evening guests to the num ber of nearly 100 responded to at home cards and a most joyous , evening1 was passed. The bride and groom of a half century ago greeted each guest as they came, some of whom they had known all those fifty years. Light re fresh men ts consisting of Ice Cream, Cake and Wafers were served in the spacious dining room. The refreshments being served the truests (fathered as near the parlor as possible where Prof. V. K. McKnight-iira aice well ap po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 September 1907

THE ASIITON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HTON, ILLINOIS. CAPTIVES ARE FREE. AMERICAN RELEASED FROM MEXICAN PRISON. Ohio Railroad Man Doea Sucoefnl Work In Favor of Conductors I' nJuMtly Imprisoned Man of Myitery Die in Knot St. Louis. Grant Ferguson, a former Baltimore and Ohio conductor of Newark, Ohio, ielegraphs from Aguas Calientes, Mexico, as follows: "Edward Stover and W. B. Speed were released from prison Thursday by order of the Mexican government, unconditionally, and no charges against them." Stover and Speed were American conductors, and were "imprisoned over a year ago, charged with a murder which neither committed. Ferguson, hearing of their conviction without trial, took the case up with the United States government and with Senators Foraker and Dick, who promised assistance. He ob tained much testimony, which he present ed in the form of affidavits to the Mexi can government and the federal officers. One of the released men formerly lived at Akron, Ohio. STEIv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 September 1907

ILLINOIS STATE NEWS MRS. WARNER WINNER. All Over the etate. Clarence Smnllburger was drowned Widow ! victorious, stepaon Lolling I while bathing in Littler's creek, near rignt to control minions, lialesburg. Vespasian Warner, United States com- The fifty-sixth session of the southern missioner of pensions, lost in his fight to Illinois conference of the Methodist Epir gain full control of the Warner millions, copal church will convene in Mount CarJudge Cochran of Clinton, in a long opin- mel Sept. 18. ion, held that Mrs. Isabella Robinson The steamship Lafayette sank in the Warner, stepmother of Commissioner Wabash river near Mount Carmel, after Warner, is entitled to her dower rights in striking a snae. The crew and nassen- the estate of John Warner, the commis- gers were rescued. flioner's father. This will entitle her in round figures to a life interest in $500,- 000, the value of the estate approaching $2,000,000. Mrs. Warner, according to the court's decision, also is officiall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 September 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBU3HED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year 8iz months, Three months $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. BB. THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1907. Fred Klenke was in Chicago yesterday on business. Wm. Gleitn has built an extensive addition to his barn. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Burnhatn spent yesterday in Rocktord. Found A bunch o f keys. Inquire at the Gazette Office. V7. C. Yenerich and J. A. Kersten left Sunday evening for Omaha to purchase sheep. Mrs. L. C Garrett and son George went to Sublette yesterday morning to visit relatives. Mrs. Emily A'Neals who is making her home with Mr. and Mrs. George Beach is visiting at Elgin. John H. Kersten departed Monday evening for Pipestone, Minnesota to look after business interests. H. E. Chadwick and wife went to Amboy yesterday morning to visit two or three days with the Jones family. Frank Hart entertained a gentleman acqu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 September 1907

''- ' ' ' '4..:,-s ,f '-'V V; " If wrr T)l SPECIAL ft i Have you seen our new Onyx Ware? It is not second grade, one coat ware too. And the price you will see marked on each piece in our window. ' MOORE GLENN Ashton, Illinois ' vvnat are tne lour tnmgs you riding plow? Are they not quality bility, ease of management and lightness of draft? And is not their relative importance about in the order named? If in need of a new plow come in and let us show you the points of excellence in the New Deere sulky and gang plows. GRIFFITH BROTHERS, ASHTON, - - - ILLINOIS. - For the School Pupil We have a large stock' of Text Books, Tablets, Pencils, Slates, Colored Crayons, Examination Paper, Chalk, Copy Books, Inks, in fact everything to fit up a pupil for school. Gazette Book Store. J 4 4 made to sell cheap, but each piece is a first and covered with three coats of the best enamel. Mighty pretty ware si 4 4 4 4 4 most naturally look lor in a of work, strength and dura mm i m. a i i i i tx I ,1 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 September 1907

BOYHOOD HOURS. One night as by the fire I sat I thought of this and thought of that, Back many years my mind did fly And saw it plain with memory's eyt That little log house old and gray Where a little boy I used to play. I seemed to feel myself once more, Happy and gay, as in days of yore. I have tasted pleasure's laughing cup, I've drank the sparkling draught all up ; I've been in love, I've felt the bliss When love responds with kiss for kiss. I've often been to the festal den With wine and women and sportive men, Where jesting talk and ribald songi Bang loud and deep the whole night long. But all the pleasures rare and fine, Enjoyed when in our manhood's prime, Are nothing more than shams in truth Compared with pleasures of our youth, When we as care-free, happy boys, Played in the house-lot with our toys, Or in the meadow at the brook We sat for hours with a tiny hook, And, oh, our hearts would thrill and bound When a wriggling fish lay on the ground. I would give what the worl...

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