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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 October 1907

ILLINOIS DELEGATES SELECTED. HeuresenfnUvcs Kumell for Methodist (iadirrliiK at Baltimore. Carrollton won over Champaign for the meeting place next year of the Illinois conference of the Methodist church. The ministerial delegation to the lay conference at Baltimore next May was completed by electing Itev. 15. V. Shipp of IK'catur, Rev. Parker Shields of Muttoon, Kbv. Hubert Stephens of Jackson. Key. J. W. Van Cleave and Itev. W. II. Wilder of Decatur. The ministerial delegation chosen the previous day were Rev. Christian Galener, Champaign ; Itev. W. J. Davidson, Uecatur, ,und Itev. Theodore Kemp. Bloomington. The lay delegation Includes : 0. M. C. Hamilton, Ktiybrook ; .J. G. McKinney, Parry ; Judge W. (. Cochrane, Sullivan; President Edmund James, Champaign; W. T. Iwire, Quinsy; Samuel A. Hullard, Springfield; W. C. Ross, Rossville; Joseph It. Marker, Jacksonville. . SPECTATORS WANT RUNNERS. Kewanee, Bradford nnd Wyoming; Plan Turf MeetlnK". A circuit composed of Kewanee, Bradfor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 October 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBMSHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, JFour months $1.50 .75 .50 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1907. Do you know that Pinesalve Carboljred acts like a poultice in drawing out inflammation and poison? It is antiseptic. For cuts, burns, eczema, cracked hands, it is immediate relief. Price 25c. Sold by Smith's Pharmacy. Their Country Seat. "Talkln' about country seats," said Uncle David, "we've sot one ourselves. My grandfather made it out of hickory splits more'n 90 years ago." It comes put up in a collapsiple tube with a nozzle, easy to apply to the soreness and inflamation, for any form of piles; it soothes and relieves pain, itching and burning. Man Zan Pile Remedy price 5 0 c. 1 Guaranteed. Smith's Pharmacy. Lcng Sleep BroughtDeath. There Is a record in medical works of a man near Rochester, N. Y., who slept five years,...

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

FOOD CUTTERS. 3 0 Here is another Keen Kutter Specialty. A food cutter that cuts, not grinds the food. It is heavily tinned to prevent rusting. It has four cutters of different sizes. It is Easily cleaned. It is well made and is guaranteed to give entire satisfaction. You can take one of these on trial if you like. They are made in three sizes. MOORE (& GLENN Ashton, Illinois . fi fi 4 1 3t 4 9 Quirnby Brecunier and W. D. Knnpp went to Omaha Sunday noon. 1 red luichs and wife went to Rocktord Friday for a visit with relatives. C W. Trostle of Franklin Grove was a business caller in Ashton Saturday afternoon. ItT '1(1- . i win ianilau and family re turned home Saturday morning- from a visit at Waterloo, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold of Manitowoc, Wisconsin are the guests of Wni. A. Hunt and fam ily. Miss Mamie Joyce, daughter of Michael Joyce visited here during- the past week with rela tives. C. A. Burnham and wife left for Spring-field Tuesday morning and expect to visi...

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

THE TRAMP FLOWER. Betty grew within a garden, Long 11 go. Tended by old-fashioned finder. Trained just so! Fairest of the flowers they thought her, Lovers for their ladies sought her, And for love and money bought her, Lady Bet. Fair and fine was pretty Betty, Long ago; In her perfumed gown of lacework, Made for show. Freshest dews from heaven kissed her, Ne'er a balmy zephyr missed her, Sunbeams hastened to assist her, Dainty Bet. But their fickle fancies wavered, Long ago; And a rival flower won them, All, the woe ! Fashion's cruel whim dethroned her, Robbed her of the prestige loaned her; Old-time friends in vain bemoaned her, Pretty Bet. Thrust from out her native garden, Long ago ; Hetty crept upon the highway, There to grow. 7Tow she nods from every corner, Wildness has of beauty shorn her, Till the passing children scorn her, Gypsy Bet. She that was so fine and dainty, Long ago ; Tended by old-fashioned fingers, Trained just so ! Grazing kine have" tramped and maimed her, Lon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 October 1907

3 ITHE.WE1.SCLY Women Avoid MISS ROSE MOORE When a woman Buflering from fomale trouble is told that an operation ia necessary, it, of course, frightens her. The very thought cf the hospital, the operating table and the knife strikes terror to her heart. ' It is quite true that these troubles may reach a stage where an operation is the only resource, but a great many women have been cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgetab'o Compound after an operation has lman rinp.iflRd nnon as the only cure. The strongest and most grateful , Btatements possiblo to make come from women who by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made from native roots ar.d herbs, have escaped serious operations, as evidenced by Miss Rom Moorc'scase, of 307 W. 26th St. N.Y. She writcs:Dear Mrs. Plnkham:-,'Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has cured me of the very worst form of female trouble and I wish to express to you my deepest gratitude. I suffered intensely for two years bo that I was unable to attend to...

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

:WO GREAT BAYS Friday and Saturday, October 4th & 5th ' Cm .leg e Coats ) l&rsonaOtems Tbe Gazette $1.50 per ear. Miss Lucy Hart spent Monday io J)ixon. Mis. Pfetzing was a caller in Franklin Saturday. Elton Luckey went to Rochelle Salnrday afternoon. Vincent Arnould was a caller in Rochelle Saturday. ' W. B. Huether transacted business in Malta Monday. Mrs. W. C. Yenench was a Dixon visitor Tuesday. Dr. E. M. Sheldon was a visitor in DeKalb Tuesday. , , Mrs, Chas. Baker visited Saturday in Franklin Grov. Patrick Smith of Rochelle was 3owa on business Saturday. W.B. Garrett went to Chicago Monday morning- on business. Mrs. Wm. Ewald and baby vim visitors in Dixon Saturday. Your presence and inspection of men and boy's autumn and winter clothing is requested at our 7th annual opening, Saturday, October 5th. Beautiful Souvenirs will be given to all visiting this store on that day. An extra force of clerks will be 'on hand to wait on all who come. Your visit inc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 October 1907

Gazett IP VOL. XIII. NO. 33. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBEK 10, 1907. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. ASHTON I HE . REV. FRED L BALDWIN TO BE PASTOR HERE Comes From Morgan Park Church in Chicago WILL DELIVER FIRST SERMON NEXT SUNDAY EVENING Rev. Claude S. Moore of Belvidere Be Presiding Elder of the Dixon District. Will The annual session of the Rock River conference of the Methodist Episcopal church held at the St. James church in Chicago adjourning' yesterday afternoon and Rev. Fred L. Baldwin of the Morgan Park Methodist church was sent to fill the Ashton pul pit. Rev. Claude S. Moore or Belvidere will be presiding- elder of the Dixon District succeeding A. JJ. Traveller who will be pre siding elder of the Rockford District. The appointments were not made until late yesterday, being delayed over the strenuous strug gle for some of the pulpit plumbs. Scores of the country clerjrv laid hutierry siege to the Chicago pastorates. Bishop H W. Warren who had the final say of the allotme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 October 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. MAIDS IN TRAMP ACT. CAMP OUT ON LONG ISLAND AND LIVE BY STEALING. Revolt lit Monotony of Domestic Service nni! Seek to Live an Gyplex Improved lloailn Would Help Ermlicntc IHkciinc GerniM. To escape the drudgery of washing iishes unci scrubbing Honrs, two domestics, Stella' Bonash, 17 .years old, and Rose Miller, IS years old. lived for two mouths like tramps in t ho vicinity of Flushing. L. I., stealing milk. 1 1 read and meat from doorsteps, dollies from wash lines an 1 cookfng utensils wherever they chanced on them. These foramina; expeditions were conducted at night and by day l!ie gjrls lounged in thickets, slept and watched the oats go tip Long Island sound. Detectives ran across the girls' ramp near the sh.ire of Flu.-hing hay and took them by nrprise as they were squatting over a gypsy lire before a rude tent. One of the pair was caught at once, though she bit und scratched vigorously, but the other got. away fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 October 1907

ILLINOIS STATE NEWS DRIVES CAR OVKR ItUAHBY EDGE Bert I.. Lynch l'ually Hurt Mad I m pulse, Says Companion. Bert L. Lynch, 21 years old, of Chicago, drove an automobile over the edge of a stone quarry near Summit, and in the fall of seventy feet to the bottom of the stone pit received injuries which were fatal. John Joss, a chauffeur, the only other occupant of the car, escaped almost uninjured by grasping a post on the brink of the cliff and holding fast as the machine dashed over. In the leap through the air Lynch was thrown from the automobile and struck the stone floor a dozen feet from the machine. Following the accident .Toss declared that Lynch had been seized by a mad impulse to drive the machine into the abyss. The latter, who was at the wheel, had been driving the car for several miles. Suddenly he turned sharply to the left, crossed the tracks of a trolley Hue, drove through the weeds at the roadside and through a board fence before reaching the quarry's edge. Joss says h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 October 1907

4 THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dae year months, '.STonr months $1.50 .75 .50 JEatered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1907. Presbyterian Notes. Morning services next Sabbath ,at 10:45. Those who heard the .sermon on "The Ethics of Prayer" will be interested in the "theme for Sunday morning, God's Great Praising Day" for this will deal with the other side f a great truth. The Sunday school will observe Rally Day next Sunday. Home Department and the cradle roll with their parents are cordially invited to be present and participate in joy of the day. Christian Endeavor at 5:45 topic "Remember Eternity." .Leader, Miss Noelsch. A farmer entered the local hardware store and asked for an a. Being shown the article and informed the price was $1.15, he said: "7vhy, I can get the same .kind of an ax from a Chicago retail mail-order concern for 90 cent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 October 1907

A- FOOD CUTTERS. Here is another Keen Kutter Specialty. A food cutter that cuts, not grinds the food. It is heavily tinned to prevent rusting. It has four cutters of different sizes. It is Easily cleaned. It is well made and is guaranteed to give entire satisfaction. You can take one of these on trial if you like. They are made in three sizes. MOORE (& GLENN AsHton, Illinois wm ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft r9 SJiiraLs anil pmuntahi j Ashton Gazettk $1.50 a year. See our fancy vests Huether's. W. B. Huether ;vas ,a Dixon Visitor baturuay. i TTUnn T.iirkjir mas :i visiior in ' --- ------ Kochelle Sunday. Harvey Sindlirager was home from Dixon Sunday. Miss Mary Kwrth was si caller in Rochelle Saturday. Moore & Glenn received a carload ot stoves Friday. G. A. Over of Sterling- wa3 up on business last week. Mrs. T. E. Stevens went to Chicago Monday morniflg. G. A. Hamel was a business visitor in Sterling Thursday. Robert Hamilton was a passenger to Flagg Friday afterno...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 October 1907

AS A LITTLE CHILD. A a little child they are leading him, For his hair is white ami his eyes are dim ; As a little child he Is whispering low To the phantom friends of long ago; As a little child he is wandering back In fancy over the golden track ; In the years that were and the days that fled Hb Is dreaming the dream of the dreamless dead ! As a little child they must humor him, When the hair Is white and the eyes are dim. Ah, do not jeer at his peevish ways That try one's patience through dreary days He's living over the life ho knew In boyhood's valley of gold and blue ; As a little child on a mother's breast, His heart is weary ; he wants to rest ! As a little child he must have his way, In this thought of youth and his dream of play; He has forgotten his time and place And lives in the Joy of an olden grace ; As a little child in the childheart spell He hears the chime of the fairy bell, And thinks he is youug as a boy again In the rosy weather and country lane 1 As a little c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 October 1907

UNITED STATES SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA PRAISES PE-RU-NA. Ex-Senator M. C. Butler. Dyspepsia It Often Caused By Catarrh f the Stomach 1'eruna Relieves Catarrh of the Stomach and It Therefore a l, i v jr i JrFnn', Hon. M. U. Hutier. u. n. oeu- 5 .arm- frnm South Carolina for two 5 f terms, in a letter from Washington, D. C, writes to the Peruna Medicine i Co., as follows : mftrtti Peruna fnr j w -- - - - dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I 5 have been using your meuiLina i tor a short period and I feel very I much relieved. U is Indeed a i wonderful medicine, besides a CATARRH of the stomach Is the correct name for most cases of dyspepsia. Only an internal catarrh remedy, such as Peruna, is available. Peruna Tablets can now be procured. Impossible. ' Miss Rinkles Everything costs so much nowadays ! I suppose I'll have to live plainer. Miss Sharptung Why, dear, you couldn't be any plainer, and live. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward tot any case of Catarrh than cannot be ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 October 1907

00"0' ' COLLEG ECOATS TWO GREAT DAYS Friday and Saturday, October 4th & 5th Special Showing' and Sale o Ladies Coats 9 400 tg select from Exclusive Styles. You make your selection and we will hold it until you need it. Don't miss this sale this is an opportunity you will not get again this season. Make no mistake remember the date you know the place. G. W. fiAMlLIN, Rochelle, Illinois. Leading Dry Goods House in Lee, Ogle and DeKalb. 00..00 .00.00.00.0 .0 .00 .00 .0 .0.0..0.0.0.0 .0 .0.0 0.0 .0 , .00 .00 .00 ,00 .0 Sm tL Si' jg; - S, j. 00.00.00 00.0 0 personal litems G. A. Hamel received ;i carloiid of flour tli is week. Order your fall suits now, guaranteed, Huethek's. fit Ci Kries and wile were Dixon -cisners Monday. J. 11, Byers is having his house pijvii for city gas. W. lK Kuapp transacted business m Dixon Monday. Joisr, Gonnertnan went to Dixon business Monday. O. C. Baker was a business visiHi J" Dekalb Friday. Fr.i and Charles Wood spent MoTJitiy in Clinton, Iow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 October 1907

rHE ashton Gazette. VOL. XIII. NO. 34. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1907. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. IRA R. GEORGE DIED OF 'Was Strong Man Physically But Succumbed to Disease FUNERAL WAS HELD YESTERDAY i-ast Sad Rites Held At Presbyterian Church Burial in the Ashton Cemetery. Ira R. George, son ot David George, died Ait 12:30 Sunday morning1 at his home, one mile west of this city, after a several weeks battle with typhoid fever. Mr. George was taken sick about .three weeks ago and at first it was not thought serious and a .doctor not called at first. Later .typhoid symptoms developed and Alien came the battle against the disease, which ultimately became victor. Mr. George was born at his present place of residence, Aug. 17, 1864 and at the time of his death was 43 years, 1 month and 26 days of age. Early in life Mr. George took on the Christian faith and joined the Duukard church of which he was a member until called by death. On Christmas day 1890 Mr. George was united ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 October 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HTON, ILLINOIS. EAT THEIR FELLOWS. CANNIBALS FOUND IN NORTHEASTERN CANADA. Katlvca, on Account of Srnrelty of Other Food, Suuxlat on Honinn Flesh Jury Thinks Miss Sapp Murdered. Tales of cannibalism, wholesale murder, wful famine and deadly feuds among the natives of northeastern Canada between the eastern shore of James bay and Labrador are brought back by 3. A. Osborne, the veteran editor of the Fort Frauds Times, who lias just completed a trip of exploration in that desolate, uninviting country. While at Moose Factory the explorer met a young man who fled thither in ti-ror of his uncle, who, he aaid, had killed and eaten eight human beings. There, too, he saw n woman who last winter killed and ate her two children, so great was the famine. The roods seemed almost entirely without the usual number of deer and rabbits, upon which animals the natives ordinarily subsist. As these occurrences did not seem to have caused any tremendous fj...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 October 1907

GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE TO THE ILLINOIS LAWMAKERS. ILLINOIS LAWMAKERS. It Is stated that the coming report of Frank F. Sargent, Commissioner Jeneral of Immigration, will show that the total number of Immigrant! admitted during the year ending June CO, 1907, was over 1,400,000, or 200,000 in excess of the number that cam during the preceding year. Mr. Sargent does not agree with some members of the Congress Immigration Commission that undesirable immigrant! come from particular localities, such an Italv. Syria and Asia Minor. He' says that our need of laborers necessitates our taking such nationalities ai come, and it is impossible to exclude all the Hunchakists and Black Hand people who come in with the others, trat we must have laws which will ai far as possible exclude such persons from the country. Regarding the diversion of the tide of Immigration, Mr, Sargent says that it is impossible to -divert the growing influx into such a place ns New York In a day' or a year, although graduall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 October 1907

A0 Wo Rosecranis ASHTON, ILLINOIS. QVR Fall and Winter Season is alwalys our busiest time and we are glad to tell our friends and neighbors that we were never so well equipped for supplying your needs as now. Our stock has been bought long ago and almost without exception prices remain the same as in other years. In fact many of the strongest values ever offered are now on sale. Our stock was never so well arranged as now. It is an easy matter to show goods. It takes only a little time to do your shopping under our present splendid organization. The first thing of general interest to every Man, Woman, and Child is clothing. . All Copjrijhl, M04, Kobs Bntben, Chloo. Men's Overcoats, Etc. It was an opportunity to buy, and ready cash to pay that makes our stock in this line an interesting feauj!0.nnanhsiness. Huare piles for men boys and cnilHfen wlfTm'eeT you at every turn. They are the best for the money to be had. Little Boys Clothes Some of the nobbiest patterns you ever saw and th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 October 1907

STANDARD IS HIGH IWORK OF RAILROAD AND WARE.HOUSE COMMISSION. tender the Watchful Eye of the Governor, the Board Has Accomplished the Most Praiseworthy Results. Springfield, Oct. 14. A notable irfbute was paid the Illinois Railroad swwfi Warehouse commission when the snulroads of this state accepted the freight rate reduction of 1906 without any of the legal complications which ;.ftave accompanied the attempts at jiate reductions by the railroad com:'nis8ions of other states. Under the administration of Governor Deneen the Illinois commission Sraa reached a standard that has attracted attention throughout the United States. W. H. Hoys, of Streator, (line of the leading attorneys of Norjitern Illinois, and formerly Assistant .Attorney General, is chairman of the ,nmission. Associated with him are 13. A. Eckhart of Chicago and James ,.V "Willoughby of Helleville, both vrnrognizod as men of exceptional abilCommencing in March, 1902 and -ntinuing until 1906, this board ,r.vvt( an exhaus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 October 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AMD PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVKRY THURSDAY. TEKMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Four months $1.50 .75 .50 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1907. It conies put up in a collapsiple tube with a nozzle, easy to apply to the oreness and infiamation, for any form of piles; it soothes and relieves pain, itching and burning. Man Zan Pile Remedy price 5 0 c. Guaranteed. Smith's Pharmacy. Part of Their Busineci. Wlnsted (Conn.) dispatch pays: Tankee schoolmarms" are getting scarce. Not surprising when one learns, further on. that these teachers are, aa a rule, good cooks. It is claimed indigestion is the National disease. That's why the demand for Rings Dyspepsia tablets keeps increasing because they do the work. Stomach trouble, dyspepsia, indigestion, bloating, etc., yield quickly. Two days treatment free. Ask your druggist about them. Sold by Smith's Pharmacy. Soulful Bo...

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