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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 October 1907

y ' The Gazette $1.50 per year. Come to the "man" social everybody. Henry Reitz was a Rochelle visitor Saturday. Emra Til ton left Friday on a trip to Jefferson, Iowa. J. H. Confer was a Rochelle visitor Monday evening. Arthur Simpson and wife were Rochelle visitors Saturday. W. C. Yenerich transacted business in Chicago Monday. W. H. Hart went to Dixon Monday morning- on business. Lyman Booth of Dixon was in Ashton Saturday on business. Miss Mary Kurth visited Sunday with her sister in Rochelle. Wtn. E'ght was a bu aness caller in Rochelle Monday morning. Mrs. Conrad Heibenthal and daughter Cora were Rochelle vis itors Monday afternoon. Mrs. E. J. Randall and daughter Genevieve visited in Franklin Grove Monday afternoon. Charles and Eva Kersten of Rochelle were guests Sunday at the home of W. C. Yenerich. Mrs. Wm. Evens of Gilberts was here Friday to visit her daughter Mrs. John Morrissey. A. J. Orner was a Rochelle visitor Saturday. Mrs. T. H. Quick went to Aurora Saturday for a v...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 October 1907

s . - : r. r 1 : 1 (THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPtT J. DEAN, PubKiher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. MUST WASH DISHES. nV YORK JUDGE ADDS TO MAN'S DOMESTIC DUTIES. llufcbnnd Is Eii'until,' However, H Wife Save Them Vp from BreJikfknt Time C ur Fumtne Threaten ilaten of the'Nartbjietit. , K .. Every married comde . must, be interested in two decisions rendered by the Llearried Judge Howell at the First (ranfcinal' Court, Newark, X. J. First, it is every husband s simple duty to wash the dishes in his household if need bo. Hut tlmKilutv is not cumulative: if his wile jicarcfnlly collects the dishes used at their pthree daily meals and demands that he itrash them he is perfectly right to refuse I to do so..,;-Second, M-ft Imsband earas Sf J5 tt.weWand ' jrives.$:i-f to his wife each I -week.' ho should he free from her suspiJcion that he is leading a double- life. The (.opportunity for Judge liowcll to drop 5 these pearl of wisdom came when Mrs., j Henry H. Luckoch charged licr husband with havins- str...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 October 1907

ILXJNOISSTATB NEWS. . BIBI.C STt'DEXT TRIES TO SLA.Y. IFire destroyed the buildings of tuc sburg Elevator Company and near- stores at Harrisburg, occasioning a he insurance was State JSev.-e in Brief. Fred Lowry of Metropolis, a brakeuian Colleite linn Shoots jiivm ,pn nil Illinois trairai i.u.u, .... . is Asscmhllnir. killed in a wreck at Hardin, Isy. Prow M. Wilson, a student at the F.u- ' rcka College Theological seminary in Ku- ifiu.ris; .!.. i stnnd in the door of the class room UJ. st0 Ihe other afternoon and shot John Walsh, Lss o $15,000. T .nnntlwr theological student. The bullet IAjo. lodged in Walsh's neck, but did not touch Frank D. Emerson, connected with the Vis spine, and he will recover. Jealousy Forest City Insurance Company and for over a girl to whom both the students, many years recorder of Tebala Temple, had been paying attention is believed to x0hiPS 0f the Mystic Shrine, died in be the cause of the shooting. The class ,jt0(.kf0rd. In biology was assembling whe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 31 October 1907

PHENOMENAL 5ALE Ladies Misse's l Children's COAm SKIRTS & FURS THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN LEE OGLE OR DEKALB CO'S. Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums, Draperies, and Lace Curtains. Your railroad fare paid both ways with a $10 purchase. We are the people who do things. Come, telephone or write; we will save you money. Agency of the Wooltex Garments. 1 $fiB UI.TU JMU -tffcU. QKes.se WW1CM "BE PHONE 98 G. W. HAMLIN ROCHELLE lersonalStems ' Jsfrs. Tempa Tilton visited in IHxon Fridaj. Lewis Auslander was a business caller in Steward Thursday. Harvey Tilton arrived Friday tforning from Gordon, Nebraska. L. T. Moore was a business caller in Rochelle Monday evenMrs. Henry Gross and Miss Mabel were Rochelle visitors Saturday. Miss Cora John went to Duraud Thursday to visit with C. A. ISaracroft and family. ArtLur -bwn was out from Oscag-o Sunday to visit his parents Dr. and Mrs. J. Brown. Mrs. G. B. Cook of Rochelle was a guest Friday evening- at ISae home of Mrs. S. J. Griffith. George G...

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

so Ashton Gazette. VOL. XIII. NO. 37. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1907 1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. r 1 HE BE OF FARMHAND F OUT IN CORNFIELD Chas. W. Markle Committed Suicide a Month Ago on' Pfieffer Farm DISCOVERY MADE BY CONRAD PFEIFFER; IN- WEST HELD FRIDAY A ckVese of Relatives Found When The Jury Opened Deceased' Trunk Father in Yorktown Sister . Prophetstown Buried in .Ashton Cemetery. Ckarles W. Markle, alias Smith a farm hand, who was emplayed at the Conrad Pfeiffer faria, a mile north of town and has been missing' for the p-xst month, was found dead with a. gunshot wound through his foeaurt Friday morning abont 7:30 iti the corn field, west of the hmt.se, about sixty rods from the Sti3.il. 1 lie body was in a yery amieanced stage of decomposition having been dead about thirty dia.ys. me man wiio was 65 years o agv came to Ashton the fore part jf September and after looking far work, finally made an agree Kient to work for Conrad Pfeiffer daring the fall and winter ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 November 1907

(5. THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HTON, ILLINOIS. FORTYMENAREEATEN AMERICAN COLLIER WRECKED OFF CAPE HORN. Smvagre Inlanders Make Atvay with Crew of Wrecked VeiNel on Nolr lalnnd Mull Clerk Detected In Theft by I'oNlinttnter. That the big sailing ship Arthur Sewall, laden with coal for the American fleet in the Pacific, has been wrecked closa to Cape Horn and her crew of forty eaten fcy cannibals who infest the islands near Terra del Fuego and the straits of Magellan is believed at the Maritime ExChange in New York. Since the Sow-all ailed from Philadelphia en April .'!. found for Seattle, via Tape Horn, not n word had 'been heard from it until the other day, when a letter was received at the Maritime Exchange which seems to indicate that one of the biggest snunre rigged ships in the merchant marine has foundered. The letter was from the straits under date of Aug. 31. It stated that on Aug. 23 the sealing steamship Fridtjof arrived and reported that while cruising ...

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

SMCLL heirs deny niece. Declare Kanui City Woman Has No Claim on Estate. The latest development in the litiga tion concerningthe estate of Col. Thomas Snell, late millionaire capitalist of De Witt county, is a suit filed by a grand son, Thomas Thornton Snell, to prevent the transfer of any money or property to Miss Mabelle Snell of Kansas City, who, the family asserts, is, not a relative. Miss Snell is described us a bewitching blonde, about :t0 years of age, always strikingly gowned, and of distinguished carriage. She claims to be a niece of the eccentric old man, who cut oil' his own eon with $50 per annum nd left her $1,201) per annum and valuable lands. Miss Snell is said to have visited Col. Snell several times, and he in turn visited bis alleged niece in Kansas City and asked that all liis mail be forwarded to her address. Richard, the only son, has hied another suit, asking that the will be declared invalid on the ground that the testator was insane and incapable of making a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 November 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Four months $1.50 .75 .50 Entered at the postoffice !.n Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1907. It is claimed indigestion is the National disease. That's why the demand for Rins 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. Dally Thought. The highest compact we can make with our fellow Is: Let there be truth between us two forevermore. It is sublime to feel and say of another, I need never meet, or speak, or write to him; we need not reenforce ourselves or send tokens of remembrance;' I rely on him as on myself; if he did thus or thus, I know it was right. Emerson. Don't worry about your kidneys when you can buy twenty days treatment of Pineules for $...

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

The Gazette $1.50 per year. Miss Lucy Hart was a Chicago visitor Thursday. C. A. Liujj' l Dixon was up on business Morula. John Slou-yelt transacted busi ness in uixon v rniay. Clias. Giciin and wife were cal lers in Dixon Saturday. V. C. Arnould transacteed bus iness in Creston Tuesday. J. C. Griffith was a business caller in Dixon Saturday. Wm. Killmer and wife were Rochelle visitors yesterday. Night Operator J. W. Hillik'e'r spent Saturday in Chicago. Fred Richardson was a business caller in Dixon Friday. Mrs. Geortre Baker and daugh- . ter were Dixon visitors Saturday. A. M. Moore and Louis Sindlinger were wirking in Crest n Tues lay. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Trein of Dixon were the guests of Ashton relatiyes Sunday. John Potts of Chicago was out over Sunday to visit his sister Mrs. James Leidy. Special'Saturday November 9. 10 per cent off on grips, suit cases and trunks." IIuethkrs. I Adain raber and wile were Dixon visitors Saturday. f Nathan and Will Burhenn were callers in Dixon ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 November 1907

LITTLE GIRLS AUD BOYS. Little bits of girls and boys Fer ns 1 can see Jist nlwiit what makes this world Good as it can bp. Can't expect the little ones Always to be snd ; When they do some naughty thing, I don't think 'era bnd. All day busy as can be, You must not expect They know every yght or wrong, For they cau't recollect. Let 'em have their little fun, Do 'bout as they please; Here and there, and everywhere How they do us tease. , Soon enough the time will pome When all their little joys Will be changed to sterner thoughtsLittle girls and boys. Mack W. Pcachee. A Boy's Blunder r.en didn't intend to do it. Silas, the hired mil n, used to say of him : "If that 'ere boy don't make a fortune nnd a name for himself, it won't be his fault. If he don't make, it by smartness, he'll blunder Into It, anyway." Perhaps Silas was right. Ben was ns bright nnd as Intelligent as the average boy. full of life aud spirit, and, withal, possessed of a very inquiring mind and a great desire to "gat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 November 1907

ADVICE VICTIMS. TELLS READERS HOW TO CURE RHEUMATISM AT HOME. Direction to SIlx a Simple, Harmlens Preparation and tUe Doie to Take Overcome Kidney and Bladder Trouble Promptly. There is so much Klieunmtlsui everywhere that the following udvlce by an eminent authority, who writes for readers of a large Eastern daily 'paper, will be highly appreciated by those who Buffer : . (let from any good pharmacy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion, one ounce Compound Kargon, three ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla. Shake these well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime; also drink plenty of good water. It is claimed that there are few victims of this dread and torturous disease who will fail to find ready relief In this simple home-made mixture, and In most cases a permanent cure is the result. This simple recipe Is said to strengthen and cleanse the eliniinative tissues of the Kidneys so that; they can flitcr nnil strain from the blood and system the p...

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

PHENOMENAL 5 ALE Ladies ' MissiJs Children's 1 JUi 3TCU. IWCKCP women COATS, SKIRTS & FURS THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN LEE OGLE OR DEKALB CO'S. Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums, Draperies, and Lace Curtains. Your railroad fare paid both' ways with a $i0 purchase. We are the people who do things. Come, telephone or write; we will save you money. Agency of the Wooltex Garments. 31 ! G. W. if AMLIN PHONE 98 ROCHELLE Vi w $crsonal3tcms Lewis Wood Sterling. spent Mon- Jacob Wagner transacted business in Dixon Friday. . Will Petrie went to Rockford Thursday, on business. W. A. Hunt transacted ness in Dixon Thursday. busi- Ilenry Gonnertnan was a business caller. in Dixon Saturday. House and three lots for sale. 37t22 James Leiey. Miss Fanny Williams was a Kochelle yisitor Friday morning-. Chas. Lake and 'family were down from Kochelle Sunday to visit relatives. Mrs. E. B. Arnould and daughter Eva went to Chicago Sunday afternoon for a short visit. Will Hakes was out from Chicago over S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 November 1907

ashton Gazette. 1 VOL. XIII. NO. 38. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1907. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. THE AT GETTYSBURG IN '63 Wilburn E. Paddock Writes of Fearful Conflict that Crippled the Confederacy LOSS, 43,454 MEN Battleground is Best Improved of Any in the World With Hundred of Monuments and Markers BY WIIyBURN E. PADDOCK Special Correspondence to The Ashton GVZETTE. Washington, D. C. Nov. 7. arrived at Gettysbury on the af ternoon of the 30th from Hagerstown, Maryland. The following tnorninir I went out to visit the battlefield with Mr. Pitzer. He keeps the Pitzer Hotel. He has been a guide for twenty years was in the army and is considered a most reliable guide. The bat lie of Gettysburg was fought on July 1, 2, and 3 of July 1863 Just two months previous to this battle the Battle of Chancellersville. Virginia was fought. It is located about midway between Washington and Richmond This battle was fought by Gen eral Lee ot the confederate army and General Joe Hooker ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 November 1907

r, THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. WlftELE S IN ALASKA NEW STATIONS OPENED AT FAIRBANKS AND CIRCLE CITY. 3s tv MpaiiN of CnmiiBuntcatloir Fuinid Iletter Adapted for I'xe There than Tt'U'Krniilt--!tiifIway Kill C,0M leiHonN In Tear. The new wireless telegraph stations at Fairbanks and Circle City. Alaska, are ready for operation, according to reports received in Washington by Brig. (Jen. James Allen, chief signal officer of the army. The stations are 140 miits apart and are designed to have a melius of about 250 miles. rians have been adopted and surveys made for stations at various points from Nome to Cape Flattery, nd Before a year bus eiapsed the signal corps expects to have in operation wireless connections from Bering Strait to Pugot Sound. This is intended to supplement the Vald"ti-Sitka cable and the land telegraph lines, which in the severe season are difficult to keep in working order. The wireless system between Nome and St. Michael lias been...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 November 1907

-20 PRISONERS TO DE RETRIED. Taken from Penitentiary Under Recent Supremo Court Decision. Twenty prisoners in the Joliet penitentiary have been returned ro the Cook touuty jail nnd will be retried for the same crimes. The constitutional provision that no man shall be twice placed in jeopardy of his life for the same offense will lie the issue in a legal battle between Stale's Attorney Healy and attorneys of the convicts- The men are remanded i; the Cook county jail as the result of a Supreme Court decision in the case of Rudolph Jonas, sentenced for life by a Municipal Court judge in Chicago after a jury trial in the Criminal Court to which the Municipal Court judge liad been assigned. It was contended that Municipal Court judges had ao jurisdiction in cases where the defendant had Ibeen indicted by a Cook county grand jury. The contention was sustained. The decision acted as a precedent that nullified the trials of fifty convicts in the penitentiary who had been sentenced in the sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 November 1907

TSr" 5 x THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF 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, NOV. 14, 1907. W. E. PADDOCK'S LETTER Continued from Page 1. center held by General Hancock. Lee occupied the forenoon of the third day in placing- his 2W guns ia position on Seminary Ridge. About one p. in. there began an artillery duel, such as never was heard on any battle field. The Union army only had 100 guns About three o'clock alter two hours of commanding, General Hunt, chief of artillery on the Union side ceased firing, Lee thinking that he had silenced his guns prepared for the charge. .Pickets division on the morning of the first was at Cbambersburg guarding the wagon trains and be arrived on the field at sunset of the second day, his division not haviiisr been enquired up to this hour. General Lee said in his counc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 November 1907

1 Roofieg Our Rubber Roofing is guaranteed to contain no coal tar, pitch or resin, and will not run or flake in the hottest or coldest weather. We have put on a good many kinds of rubber roofing and like the "Miko" the best of any. We would like to show you this roofing before you buy. : : Moore & Glenn ASHjTON, ILLINOIS. V Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kaecker, a girl. John Charters went over to Oregon Monday. Will Hart went business Mondav. to Dixon on Phone Us And Order 'Your Winter Supply of COAS 4 4- Miss Lucy Hart was a visitor in Dixon Monday. Miss Nellie Griffith visited Saturday in Dixon, Henry Vaupel transacted bust ness in Dixon Monday. Rev. T. E. Stevens spent Mon day in Franklin Grove. City Marshal Wagner was visitor in Rochelle Saturday. George Stephan went to Chica go Monday noon on business. See our new Sweater Coats. Huether's. Benton Drumtnond was a bust ness caller in Rochelle Saturdav. Wm. Kil'mer, wife and daugh ter were Rochelle visitors Satur day, .yv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 November 1907

. f ' : ' " LET SOMETHING GOOD BE SAID. When over the fair fame of friend or foe The shadow of disgrace shall fall, Instead Of words of blame, or proof of thus and so, Let something good be said. Forget not that no fellow-being yet May fall so low but love may lift his head ; Even the cheek of shame with t.ars is wet, If something good be said. No generous heart may vainly turn aside In ways of sympathy; no son! so dead But may awaken strong and glorified, If something good be said. And so I chargo ye, by the thorny crown And by the cross ou which the Savior bled. And by your own soul's hope of fair renown, j Let something good be said. James Whitcomb Riley. Egleton's linasseitiveness "I don't think we need raise Egleton's salary. lie tlocsu't expect it" Mr. Thompson Stuttters folded his fat hnnds and leaned back in his office chair. His partner, Mr. William Front, looked up from the pad he was idly penciling. "Then you think we had best not give him a raise?" he asked. "I say I do ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 November 1907

I STOP 10 AD 69NSIDER First, that almost every operation in our hospitals, performed upon women, becomes necessary because of seplect of such symptoms as Backache, Irregularities, Displacements. Pain in the Side, Draffping Sensations, Dizziness and Sleeplessness. Second, that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Cpmpound, made from native roots and herbs, has cured more cases of female ills t?ian any other one medicine know". It regnlntoa Ht.wnfrthens and restores women's health and is invaluable In B preparing women for child-birth 01 Line. 'thin!, the R-reat volume of unsolicited and grateful testimonials on file at the Pinkhain Laboratory at Lyon, Mass.. many of which are from time to time being published by special permission, give absolute evidence of the value of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Mrs. Pinkham's advice. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound For more than 30 years has been curing Female Complaints, such as Dragging Sensations. 'Weak Hack, Falling and Displacemen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 November 1907

-ISM " PHENOMENAL SALE Ladies Missels ($X Children's CO ATS, SKIRTS & FURS THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN LEE OGLfe OR bEKALB CO'S. Rugs, Carpets, Linoleums, Draperies, and Lace Curtains. S TO Your railroad fare paid both ways with a $10 purchase. We are the people who do" things. Come, telephone or write; we will save yoifmoney. Agency of the Woolte Garments. G. W. HAMLIN JM vyfcU- DRESSED WqmbN PHONE 98 www - ROCHELLE Wool hose 15cts. Huethek's. a Roclielle Lewis Payne was visitor Saturday. Sam Zeller Jr. was a visitor in Rochelle Saturday. Mrs. Louis Sindlinger was a wisitor in Dixon Friday. Mrs. George Baker was a visitor Saturday in Rochelle. Mrs. J. C. Griffith visited relatives in Rockford Tuesday. Miss Ruth Zeller spent SaturIa.y with friends in Sterling. A. large stock of doll heads joist received. The Racket. -- Special discount sale November 16th. Hukther's House and three lots for sale. ..37t22 James Leiey. J. B. Farver and family spent Sunday with Nachusa relati...

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