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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 October 1907

FOOD CUTTERS. Here id 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 mm 4 STATE HEALTH LIS NEW ONES BROADCR AND MORE SPECIFIC THAN THE OLD. Health Board Not Now Hampered with Questions of Authority, and the Result Will Be Beneficial to State. Springfield, New, broader and more specific health laws which have just gone into effect in Illinois promise much in the way of safeguarding the public health. The old act passed in 1877 has been o amended and revamped that almost all of its imperfections have been eliminated and for the first time in 30 years the state board has an effactive statute. Recent experiences indicate that it will do the work. Under the old law the state b...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 October 1907

0 19TH ANNIVERSARY SALE. FROM OCTOBER 17 TO NOVEMBER 2, 1907. 1907. , i . -3 cm c. - j - - m" - 1 888. mar"" agneassa . K OCCASION U,at W become Know,, fa, - th. A ; in our b-ainc, .1.0 ,s. jear, we re dcKnmiirf . close the vcur ,U, our A.u.,l An.., Sal. cl, a, . lu.o uercr si.en Mure fol,mvi,, , , scl,son Exceptional cheapness and merit arc a nauLu.i . . ,,,niits to almost a whirlwind of it, the history of our stor,. The past seasons enormous bus.ness winch at inn a. J trade than ever trade in our great and growin, furniture store, left u. tetter ?u.,.ped o ' tir Ln home to-day, son, before. Could we but place before evory person who lives with,, 0 c ' ' ' crowtls arfi s0 enor. of our oreat bargains in line furniture, there is no -me who .wot. 1 stay O.u ou a" our sale is because anyone who has ever attended one w.H not miss tun. Dresser, like cut, in qui ed oak, swelled front, pol finish and French bevel mirror reduced for this from $21.00 ,to 517. mi irterished late sale GUNN SEC...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 October 1907

fe;. iy.- ! i Husking gloves and mittens at HtJETHBRS. G. A. Hamel went to Chicago early Tuesday morning on busiuess. W. W. Webster was over to Aurora one day last week on business. Mr. and Mrs. George Batchelor went to Chicago early Tuesday morning. C. W. Trostle of Franklin Grove was trading in Ashton Saturday. Mrs. Til ton a daughter of the late Dr. Pierce was here Monday on business. Miss Ada George is quite sick with typhoid fever at her home west of town. A. M. Moore moved his barn Monday. Franklin Grove parties did the work. Paul C. Moorehead, the book binder from Dixon was up on business yesterday. A. H. Gonnerman and wife were passengers to Rochelle Saturday morning to visit. Aurora Plate hosiery are the best. Every pair guaranted. The Racket. Lost A plush robe, one side was black and the other red and yellow. R. Y. Tivton. W. B. Huether and family spent Sunday visiting Mrs. Huether's sister in Rochelle. Miss Nora Chapman who is teaching school at Oak Ridge was home to spen...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 October 1907

THE DUTKET BTRTX n an ocean far out yonder, As all sapient people know, It the land of Wonder-Wander Whither children love to go', It's their playing, romping, swinging, That giveth joy to me, While the Dinkey Bird goes aining In the amfalula tree! There the gumdrops grow like cherries, And taffy's thick as peas; Caramels you pick like berries When and where and how you please ; Big red sugar plums are cliuglng To the cliffs beside that sea Where the Dinkey Bird Is singing In the amfalula tree! Bo when children shout and scamper And make merry all the day, When there's naught to put a damper On the ardor of their play ; When I hear their laughter ringing, Then I'm sure as sure can be That the Dinkey Bird is singing In the amfalula tree. For the Dinkey Bird's bravuras And staccatos are so sweet, His roulades, appoggiaturas And robustos so complete, That the youth of every nation, Be they near or far away, Have especial delectation In that gladsome roundelay. Their eyes grow bright an...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 October 1907

I BACKACHE AND I DESPONDENCY Are both symptoms of organic derangement, and nature's warning' to women of a trouble which will sooner or later declare itself. How often do we hear women say, "It seems as though my back would break." Yet they continue to drag along and suffer with aches In the small of the back, pain low down in the side, dragging sensations, nervousness and no ambition. ' They do not realize that the back ism and auicklv Indicates bv a?hinir MIS5 LENA NACt L a diseased condition of the feminine organs or kidneys, and that aches and pains will continue until the cause is removed. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs has been for many years the most successful remedy in such cases. No other medicine has such a record of cures of feminine ills. Miss LenaNatrel. of 117 Morgan St., Buffalo, N. Y., writes: "I was completely worn out and on the verge of nervous prostration. My back ached all the time. 1 had dreadful periods of pain, was sub...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 October 1907

TWO GREAT DAYS Friday and Saturday, October 4th & 5th QcollegI coats) ' Special Showing' and Sale of Laiiies Coats 400 to 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 HAMLIN, Rochelle, ' , Illinois. Leading Dry Goods House in Lee, Ogle and DeKalb. jjj g; g. Si; jSi: 240 SLSZ L: ' rr " iiii The Gazette SI. 50 per year. Gold fish for sale at The iiACKET. .New line fail slioes HuETher. Wraye Farver, son of Wm. Farmer is on the sick list. HiteThER can fit and please you In ordering- clothing. J. II. Bjrers was a business caller in Dixon Tuesday. Will Hart transacted business ver at Amboy Monday. Mrs. Stoudt was ; Ho Nachusa Tuesday i passenger morning. - ' Benj. Yenerich was a business Iler in Dixon Friday evening. Frank Suter of Sterling was .here Saturday to visit old friends. Xhas. Dailey of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 October 1907

Fhe ashtoN Gazette. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24,1907. VOL. XIII. NO. 35. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. COUPLE FLEE AWAY TO LANDOF SUNSET Elton Luckey and Mrs. W. Sanders Seek Happiness in California HUBBY WANTS $20,000 FOR LOST AFFECTIONS Pair Are Taken From Lo Angeles Limited at Ogden, Utah by SheriffReleased for Want of Requisition. Quite a sensation was stirred up in Ashton Thursday morning when it became known that Elton Luckey and Mrs. Warren Sanders were both reported missingwhich later proved that they had eloped to Los Ang-eles, California. Since Elton sold out the Eagle restaurant he had been boarding at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sanders. The last seen of him in Ashton was a week ago yesterday morning when he boarded the 11:23 train for Rochelle. From there he went to Dixon passing through here at 3:15 p. m. In Dixon he purchased two tickets and Pullman accomodations for Los Angeles, California. Later he hired a livery rig at Blackburn and Hubbard's livery sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 October 1907

T If you've anything good to say of a man, Don't wait till he s laid to rest. For the eulogy spoken when hearts are broken Is an empty thing at best. Ah, the blighted flower now drooping lonely, Would perfume the mountain side, If the sun's glad ray had but shone to day, And the pretty bud espied. If you've any alms to give to the poor, Don't wait till you hear the cry Of wan distress In this wilderness, Lest the one forsook may die. O, hearken to Poverty's sad lament ! Be swift her wants to allay j Don't spurn God's poor from your favored door, As you hope for mercy one day. If your heart be sickened with sin's afflic tion, Don't wait to receive sweet balm From the frail, weak man who never can The storms of passion calm. Seek refuge in him who will ne'er despise The penitent, earnest prayer; Hail blessed relief from tears and grief, 'And the mind's unceasing care I Don't wait for another to bear the burden Of sorrow's irksome load; Let your hand extend to a stricken friend, As he ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 October 1907

V) M-JSIC A2JD THE DHAKA. Whnt a Uroi from I'lnuforc" Cnr i to tiic Current Hybrid Inanltlen. TIu li(,'lit mul ngrecuble form of entertnlnniont not quite accurately called "ciunlc oporu" litis beca through Homo lulcrostliis -huns's since Ja.ncs C. Duff lu-oiit'lit "II. M. S. riiuifoiv" to this country nearly thirty years u;;o, Bays the New York Sun. I'revlous to that time French opera lioufl'e' and German operetta, both with the texts in the original,' .grii tilled the Binnll public appetite tor this kind of performance. But with the disclosure of V. S. Gilbert's new vein of humor and his highly polished English dialogue mul lyrics began the popularity of comic oiiera in the language of this country. Even after the advent of the GllbertHulllviin product comic opera was chiefly drawn from French and German sources, and the namiK of Audran. Eeeocq, IMiiisnuotte, Suppe, Dellinger and Srrauss were printed often in the show type of the theatrical posters. Then came the period of the soca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 October 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Hi months, Four months $1.50 .75 .50 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. SB. THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1907. 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. Starvation Wages. A woaan who has applied to the Lambeth guardians for relief says she ie a buttonhole-maker, Is paid four ehts a dozen, and that -It takes an hour and a half to make them. Evidently there are still people who sing the song of the shirt. London Globe. OFFICE KEPT BUS? EXCELLENT WORK DONE IN DE PARTMENT OF TATE. BUSINESS ON INCREASE Positive Proof That Secretary Rose Has Always Safeguarded the In teresta of the Peop...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 October 1907

Sknppiesneiif to The AsMon Gazette Proceedings of the BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Stats of Illinois ) ) ta County of Lee ) On Tuesday the 10th day of Septera ber, A. D. 1907, the annual meeting of the board of supervisors of Lee county was held at the court house In the city of Dixon. Present: Honorable John M. Tros- tle, chairman and the following mem bora, to-wlt: Morris Cook. W. J. Ed wards, J. J. Wagner, H. L. Fordham C. Gross, J. E. Moyer, W. C. Jones, N. A. Cortrlght, E. E, Fischer, Wm. Anderson, J. P. Dunn, T. P. Long, 3. L. Shaw, Abram Ackert, Jas. Buckley, J. H. Huyett. W. W. Harden. R. John son, M. Sullivan, Chas. I. Will, J. P. Malach, Lars C. RIsette and A. S. Wells. In the matter of the selection of Pet- It Jurors for ensuing year: And now on this day the selection of names of persons to ac t as Jurors in this county for the ensuing year coming up for consideration, it is or dered by the board that the names of the following persons be placed in the Jury ox to be drawn as Juro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 October 1907

I. P. Edwards, exp acct $63.27 read and approved. W.M.WelchMfg Co., sup co supt 10.SO The finance committee present their HarveySindllnger uer ast co suyt 80.00 report stating that they have examlnSherwood Co., sup co supt offa 3.75 ed the accounts of the county treasPantagraphPtg Co., sup co supt ot 7.00 urer and find the same to be as folHammond & Stephens Co. sr.pl co lows: SUDt offs 15.00 L. E. Edwards supl co supt offs 2.60 Ed P. Guffln Dte co supt offs 8.00 B. P. Shaw supl co supt offs 21.50 "W.M.Welch Mfg Co. supl co supt 22.50 Ralph J. Dean pub not co supt 2.10 Leake Bros. sudI co SUDt offs 1.00 Receipts 1907 June, brought forward $30,779.56 June 17, Sale of produce and board' ing inmates at county farm 425.95, on each one hundred dollars valuation Seventy-five thousand two hundred and Cash In the treasury 37,551.44 twenty dollars (being the aggregate of the above items) be levied on all rea I $120,070 !l personal, railroad, telegraph and tel- Institute fund rec ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 October 1907

Ashton Gazette $U50 a year. Dallas Taylor wasa Dixon visitor Saturday. 3. H. Byers was a Dixon business caller Thursday. Mrs. L. T. Moore and son visited in Rochelle Saturday. J. Byers transacted business over at Aurora Monday. t For Sale A Poland China Boar. E. C. Shippee. S. T. Zeller went to Chicago Monday morning on business. Isaac Trask was up from Dixon Saturday to visit relatives. S. T. Zeller transacted business in Clinton, Iowa last week. Miss Nellie Griffith was a Rochelle visitor Saturday morning-. Mrs. Anna Griese was a passenger to Chicago Monday morning. -J. B. Farver arid family were Rochtlle visitors Monday evening. Mrs. iviesservy of Steward was an Ashton visitor Monday afternoon. Would you spend $2.00 to earn $200.00? See "Ad" Harlem Book Co. Grandpa and Grandma Fletcher of Sterling spent Thursday with the Hutchinson family. Mrs. Bowers and daughter Hattie were Dixon visitors Saturday. Robert Moorehead went down to Dixon Saturday to visit friends. Mrs. M. M. Billmt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 October 1907

THE ASHTOIM GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ArJHTON, ILLINOIS. NEW ORLEANS RIOT. NCGRCES SLAY POLICEMAN AND SHOOT DOWN OTHER3. Ollieers forced to itt-sctie Murderous HliickM from Mob at End of n.-illli Kins t Secure Little Daughter. A party of literal's barricaded themselves in a downtown house in New Orleans and slarted n riot. Om policeman was killed and several wounded by tin: besieged blacks. The trouble slarted in front of the Second German Presbyterian church at Claiborne and Annette streets during services, when several negroes became boisterous. I'ntrolmnn Cambions, who atteni)ted to arrest tlieni, was killed. The negroes ran to n nearby house, which they barricaded. Wiih shotguns, revolvers and razors they nwiiitod the police, a few of whom gathered quickly and stormed the house. In the first rush on the house more than half of the policemen fell to the pavement, shol by the negroes from windows of the house. For half an hour the negroes were the masters of the neighborh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 October 1907

0m ILLINOIS gmL w. STATE NEWS W BOY HIS OWN EXECUTIONER. Jury Decides Child Set Himself Allre DiiriiiK Jlollicr'a Absence. That I lie 4-ycar-old son of Mr. and Jilrs. Zacli Ilaihaway was his own executioner was the verdict returned by a coroner's jury in Oquawka. The testimony sil.HV ed that the boy obtained matches and set fire to himself during his mother's absence from home and that death was accidental. The story of Mrs. John Hathaway that a tramp who she refused food beat her into insensibility and then burned her son at the stake is discredited by the facta developed at the coroner's hearing. The posse's search through the woods and hills ended when the verdict of the coroner's jury was reached. A laborer who had been taken from a Burlington freight at Monmouth by the posse was released. The stories of Mr. find Mrs. Ilnthawny were conflicting. Hathaway said that he reached home at 5:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon to find his son burned nearly to a crisp. His wife told the stor...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 October 1907

-JS 'JSi -Ti -ja vl PHENOMENAL vSALE Ladies Missed (& Children's COATS, SKIRTS & FURS THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN LEE OGLE OR DEKALB CO'S. SlfSX JUUt -VCti QMCSJED WOMEN Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums, Draperies, and Lace Curtains. Your railroad fare paid both ways with a $10 purchase. Come, telephone or write; we will save you money. We are the people who do things. Agency of the Wooltex Garments. PHONS 98 G. W. HAMLIN ROCHELLE 1 The Gazette SI. 50 per year. Amor Plate Hosiery at The Racket. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dog tier, a girl. Mrs. John Vaupel was a Dixon visitor Friday. Dr. H. A. Breminer was a Chicago visitor Friday. George Beach and wife spent 3Ioi.;day in Rochelie. V7m. Schadc transacted business in Dixon Monday. George Reinhart is here on a -visit from Laurens, Iowa. Make yourself independent. See "Ad" Harlem Book Co. Mr. Reed of Fertile Valley was popping- in Ashton Saturday. J. B. Farver and family spent ."Sunday with Nachusa relatives. ( "Mrs. Henry'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 October 1907

X5 ashton Gazette. VOL. XIII. NO. 36. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1907. 11.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. THE THE HEIIPEN CANAL OPENEDJR TRAFFIC 15,000 People Witness Opening of tfew Watercourse 60VERN0R DENEEN WAS CHIEF SPEAKER OF DAY Big Industrial Parade By Business Men of Sterling and Rock Falls Was Feature of the Morning. The dream of those who for 75 years have looked forward to the erection of a waterway which would allow cheap transporta tion of Illinois products to the Gulf of Mexico has at last been realized, the finishing1 touches to the great waterway having- been applied Thursday afternoon when General Henderson, the father of the great Hennepin canal superintended the opening; of the lock which permitted the waters of the Rock river to flow down the Illinois and Mississippi canal towards the Mississippi river, and thence to the Atlantic ocean, providing- a way for the trans portation of the crops and other products of the northern part of Illinois to the greatest ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 October 1907

BOB WHITE. Bhrill mid clear from coppice i""". A snug within t ho woodland ringTng, A treble nolo from Kilver throat. The siren of the fields in singing l'.ob white 1 And from the height the answer sweet Floats faintly o'er the ripping wheat liol) hob while 1 The aider flowers In snowy showers I'pon the velvet turf are f:il!iii: And where rhey lie the soft winds sigh. The while the fluted voice is calling lioh--white ! Across the waves of yellow grain The wafted echo swells again - Ito!)hoh white ! The purple mist by sunbeams k'ssed Drifts upward to the morn:. r.;'s splondor : And timing)! the haze of shaded ways The vibrant line pipes lo v and lender - F.ob white ! While fainter, sweeter, softer grown The answer on the breeze is blown Bob bob white ! The shadows sleep in hollows deep: The d-wy pawpaw leaves are thrilling; The silence broods o'er solitudes. I'ubroken. save one pure note trilling Rob while! So pure, so clear, so sweetly rare. The answer steals upon the air Hob hob wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 October 1907

it Lydia HOOD TO WOAIANI E. Pinkharr.'s Vejctabis Compound ELLEN M. OLSON The responsibility for' a daughters future largely rests with tho mother.' The riht influence and the information which is of vital interest to the daughter imparted at the proper timo has not only saved the life but insured tho success of many. a beautiful girl. When a Ffirl's -thoughts become slntrrrish. with headache, dizziness or a disposition to sleep, pains in back or lower limbs, eves dim, desiro for BolHucle; when she is a mystery to lvrself and friends, her mother should come to hor aid, and remember that Lydia E. PlnklianVs Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs, will at this time prepare the system for the coming change, and start' this trying period in a young girl's life without pain or ir'rog'darities. It has been thus depended upon for two generations. Hundreds of letters from young girls and their mothers, expressing gratitude for what Lydia 13. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound has d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 October 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Four months fl.SO .75 .SO Entered at the postofiice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. SB. THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 1907. 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. High Time. Mother (to daughter whose father goes around the corner every time she opens the piano) Emily, you must top practicing. Your father's nose already shows signs of it. Translated tor "Transatlantic Tales," from Fliegende Blatter. Don't worry about your kidneys when you can buy twenty days treatment of Pineules for $1.00 These little globules bring relief in the first dose. Backache, Lumbago Rheumatism yield quickly. If no...

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