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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 November 1907

he ASHTiN Gaze JL JL JlJ 0 VOL. XIII. NO. 39. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1907. 11.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. GEORGE MEISTER DEAD j Succumbs After Two Years of Illness CAME TO LEE COUNTY SIXTY-ONE YEARS AGO large Funeral Held Sunday Morning Frem Lutheran Church Burial at Franklin Grove. George Meister, a wealthy retired farmer, of this city, died at liis home Thursday evening at ten o'clock, after an illness lasting about two years. Mr. Meister vwas born in Walt, Kappel, Hessen Kassel, Germany on the first of May 1844. At the age of two years he came to America with his parents and brother Conrad. These pioneers settled in Lee county where they have resided ever since. On August 31, 186S Mr. Meister was united in marriage with Miss Elizabeth Rueppel, Two children were born to this union, Kathryn, now Mrs. Stutzel of Princeton, Iowa and Christina who died at the age of six years, Mrs. Meister died in 1872. Mr. Meister was married the second time on January 16, 1873 when he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 November 1907

THE LITTLE VOICE. Ob, little boy, my little boy, Tqu always have your way ! You tease until you bend my will A hundred times a day. lou lay your face against my cheek, And I that should be strong ain weakI cannot say you nay. On, little boy, my little boy, A vision comes to me ! I see a chlid that seldom smiled Or uttered shouts of glee. Within his breast his yearnings died, And, buffeted from side to side, He learned humility. Oh, little boy, my little boy, I hear you plead, and lo ! There conies to me another's piea ; There conies from long ago The little voice of one that knew Few pleasures, pleading, dear, for youllow can 1 answer no? Oh, little boy, my little boy, Ask what you will to-day ! You shall not fret while I may let You have your gleeful way ; For far out there where you must go The world will often answer no Be master while you may. S. E. Kiser. "It Isn't the marriage tie that I object to," remarked the Bachelor Girl, thoughtfully stirring her tea with the handle of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 November 1907

'r ess - rr ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT, i Avcge(ab!cPrepars!ionC)rAs-similaiingtlKRwrfamlRegula-ting (lie Storaaclis andBowels of Promotes B iccsHon JChecrfuIncss and ResLContains neitlw Opiuni.Morphiae nor Mineral. NOT NARCOTIC. Bmpkia Sied" jtix.Srma Hpfiermtn- . BiVar&tmitcStSa Mtawiai flaw. AnerfectRemedvforConsliiii Hnn . Smir Stomach.Dtarrttoea Worms,Convulsimis.rwcmiinessandLossOFSliEER Facsimile Signature of NEW YOBK. Nothing Too Good For the American People Exact Copy of Wrapper. VHC CENTAUH COMPANY. NEW YORK OITY. rate of OVER A MILLION BOXES A MONTH, proving that the American people recognize, that what is BEST FOR THEM is none too good. Why this enormous patronage ? The answer is simple: Cascarets are pure, clean, sweet, mild, fragrant, harmless but effective little tablets for the treatment and cure of Constipation and all Bowel Troubles. They are put up in neat little enamel boxes, easy to buy, easy to carry (in vest-pocket or purse), easy to take and easy of actio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 November 1907

riff 1 THE ASHTON GAZETT t RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. 5q ' TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Four months - . i. : ' ! sort to blandishments. It is reaZ)to when tenderness is an TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1907. Do you know that Pinesalve Carboljzed acts like a poultice in drawing out inflammation and poison? It is antiseptic. For cuts, burns, eczema, cracked hands, it is immediate relief. Price 2Sc. Sold by Smith's Pharmacy. The "Green Room." The theater green room is so called because its floor, in the time of Shakespeare, was always covered with green rushes. 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 Kemedy price S 0 c. Guaranteed Smith's Pharmacy. Save Those Trees! Every citizen should indorse the stand taken by the scientists for the preservation of our forests. One may have to tak...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 November 1907

Roofing 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 ASHTON, ILLINOIS. J Phone Us And Order Your Winter Supply of CO A ri 15he Griffith Brothers, Full Weight. Asnton, 111. 6 9 borate anil f rcsmtala j Advertising' Is An Investment Be Careful How You Invest Your Advestising AppropriationPut It into Space that Brings Returns IKE all other legitimate investments, the returns from newspaper advertising depend entirely upon the quality of the article purchased. A newspaper is conceded by all authorities as the best medium But there's a difference in newpapers. It's the character of the paper and quality and quantity of it's circulation that count. In these respects none surpass The Ashton Gazette. For rates and space apply to RAL...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 November 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. PROHIBITION IS ISSUE IN THE SOUTH. MEN CONNECTED WITH THE WALSH TRIAL IN CHICAGO Peruna a Tonic of Great Usefulness RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. MUST GO TO PRISON. Wave of Reform Is Not Stayed as It Rushes Over Fair Dixie Land. ft I I Iti Tfi" iiwii nil - - . . WR3. EVELYN ROMADKA SENTENCED FOR BURGLARY. "Wife ( H onKhj- M iltv:iukrp Trunk Mliniifcirtiircr Heir I inletrrin i note T'rm in .Jolicf .)gi):tlltM luimlHrrtitfoii Increases in Spite of llnrN. Mrs. Evelyn 1 i :i tsi (lk:i . tin' Milwaukee woman win) confessed that she hail committed a series of burglaries in Chicago, was sentenced to the penitent liny by Judge Ilrcntano on her plea of guilty. Before the sentence was pronounced a charge that she wns being "raiiroad.'d to the penitentiary to protect prominent people" wns made by Attorney Samuel ('. Ilerrou, who claimed that be had been retained personally by t li defiMida.it. She tad instructed him, be said, to withdraw her plea of guilty mid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 November 1907

1L THANKS 0R EARTH'S BOUNTIES. Through the gray dawn In the meadows we heard tho reapers singing The song of men who conquer and who know their triumph's worth ; Like the bare blades of an army the keen, swift scythes went swinging, And golden In their wake lay piled the goodly spoils of earth. And I said : "Give thanks, 0 heart of mine, asconquerbrs may do With sound of acclamation when the battling is through. To Him who gave us strength and skill to force the stubborn soli. For glory of the galnlug and the triumphing of loll. At full noon In the orchard we heard the maidens' laughter Bare-anrifert among the laden trees they pulled the branches low i Home at twilight went the wains, with us to follow after. Light of step and gay of voice, as merry children go. And I said: "Give thanks, 0 Heart of mine, with very mirth for meed To Him who gave us knowledge of the cunning of the seed, For beauty of the growing and the Joy of blossoming And granting of the harvest from the promise of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 November 1907

a : j-v -j -j -js -2 isi" ia ia 2 -j --is s -1 . . PHENOMENAL SALE Jy' Ladies Misse's ($1 Children's COATS, SKIRTS & FURS THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN LEE OGLE OR DEKALB CO'S. Rug's, Carp 1 1 Linoleums, Draperies, and Lace Curtains. m m I uui lain vau i a i v paiu uuin wuyj vv i in u 4 v pui viiujv v ci f iiiv pvvpiv rwnu uu iiiuiiy3 Come, telephone or write; we win save you money. Agency of the Wooltex Garments. rCOAf l!Wx 0.00.00.00.00 0 0, 1 --n. mmr a K- . 'S' . "W. w PHONE 98 G. W. HAMLIN ROCHELLE ' 0 , 00 . 00 Vv ip- kv - 4Bk Sh." John M. Burn ham was visitor Friday. Dixon Chris Kurth was- a Rochelle Tisitor Thursday. i. II. Quick was a visitor in Koch el t Thursday. Clias. L. Clark was down from Rochelle on business. Mrs. Hurd visited her dauj ier in Oregon Sunday. 11. W. Ledig ot Dixon was up on business Thursday. Mrs. L,ewis Wood was a visi tor in Chicago Friday. Mrs. Isaac Earl visited a few days in Dixon last week. W. C. Yenerich was a business caller in Dixon T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 November 1907

"if GAZETTE.. VOL. XIII. NO. 40 ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBEK 28, 1907. 1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. . .i-i . ' THE ASHTQN -yA-ff. FARMERS WILL MEET AT FRANKLIN GROVE Many Prominent Speakers Will Deliver Addresses A LARGE UST OF Three Day Session Will be Full of Interest and Should be Attended bjr Every Farmer in Lee County The Lee County Farmers Institute will be held in Franklin Grove, begining Wednesday De cember 11 and continuing until Friday afternoon. A very good program has been arranged and every farmer in Lee county should attend. Following Ts the official program which has been riven us by Fred A. Richardson, secretary of the Institute. Wednesday, December II, 1907, Morning Session. 9:30 Invocation Rev. T. E. Stevens. Presidents address; Secretary and Treasurer's port. 11:00 Corn growing, J Martin. Afternoon Session. 1:30 Good Roads; A. re H. N. Johnson, Chief Engineer State Highway Commission. 2:30 Value of Spraying, J. L. Hartwell. 3:00 Discussions., Evening Session....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 November 1907

1 THE ASI1T0N GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HTON, ILLINOIS. LINER MAURETANIA IN POBT. Ends Maiden Voyage from Queenstown in Five Days Five Hours. The maiden voyage of t ln Ctiuard liner Maurelania ended at 11:0.'! o'clock . m. Friday, when tin vessel came to anchor off the Sandy Hook lightship. 5 days .") hours and 10 minutes from Queenstown. Hearing a fortune of $12,600,000 in gold for 1 lie money marts of the West, it fought its way through 3,MX) miles of storm-swept ocean, buttling evry mile of the course to meet and defeat the world's transatlantic speed record of days 18 hours and 40 minutes, created mud held by the sister ship, Lusi.ania. Head winds and cross seus baffled '.he attempt, yet the Mauretania won the coveted right to fly one "blue ribbon" at its peak. On Thursday, Nov. 21, Captain Pritehard drove The huge ship 024 knots (071 miles) by the favor of a shift in the wind to north-northeast six knots tetter than the best day's run of the Lusitania and smashing al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 November 1907

EAHS CUPID AT COLLEGE. JPrexUleiit Rale Aimliist "Keeplnar Coiiijmny' to Dlsa-ust of Stutlents. Dan Cupid is angry ! The little love od's wrath has been aronsod by Presi dent Frank B. Ilines of the Southern Collegiate institute of Albion. Hut a few years since Ilines was an ardent ad mirer of Cupid and hi ways. Now Ilines has started to light his former lriend by .'barring him from the collegiate institute. And it is a co-educntional institute at tlsir. In answer to the chief's edict that .""keeping company" in the place should cease, came a storm of indignation. The pretest of. the 250 young people of both iexes in the school took the form of a strong petition to Mr. Ilines and the faculty to rescind the strict regulation, but lie was obdurate, though 130 students signed it. The students insist that there ig too great a variance in Mr. Ilines' precepts and his practice. They remember well that it wi but a few years ago that lie himself paiH successful court to Miss Angenetto B. Hem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 November 1907

Us THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. rCBUSHBD EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ou year Sis months, four months tl.SO .75 .50 Catered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 88. THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 1907. Do you know that Pinesaive Carbolited 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. Few Paupers in Japan. ft Is estimated that there are -less tfcan 10,000 paupers in the Japanese 'empire, with its population of 137,4M.000. It comes put up in a collapsiple tube with a nozzle, easy to apply to the aereness and inflamation, for any form at piles; it soothes and relieves pain, ttefaing and burning. Man Zan Pile Jtemedy price 5 0 c. Guaranteed. Smith's Pharmacy. First Days of Printing. Printing, when the industry was in Ma Infancy, was only done on one side 0t page. The two blank pages were th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 November 1907

C rtv T J SInrala att& ffersmtals OUR SELECTION oooo -OF- t JL C&Kes To be cooked Quickly and easily and to be bright and tempting must be cooKed on the right Kind of a griddle. We have the right Kind, both round and oval in shape and made (of good iron polished. Prices from 50c to 90c. Moore & Glenn ASHTON, ILLINOIS. Phone Us And Order Your Winter Supply of J .Ashton, 111. j COAL The Gazette $1.50 per year. Have you read your Jeweler's advertisement. George Krug was a Rochelle visitor Thursday. Harry Bowers was home for few days the past week. Wm. Glendemng was a Ro chelle visitor Thursdaj. Cris Gross of Franklin Grove was up on business Thursdaj, Joe Cleaver of Lighthouse was shopping in Ashton Saturdaj. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Randall were visitors in Dixon Sunday. Lyman Booth of Dixon was up on business jesterdaj morning, Wm. Stauffenberg of Dixon .was up on business last Friday. Andrew Reinhart was a bust ness caller in Rochelle Saturdaj. Attorney...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 November 1907

Off AH AUTUMN SKEYCH. Thanks to the artist, ever on my wall The sunset stays ; that hill, in glory rolled. ' ' ' Those trees and clouds in crimson and in gold, . , ' Ruin on. nor cool when evcnim shadows fall. Jiums liussell Lowell. "There is a season that's brimful of glad news and joy. When the heartstrings of life gladly ring ; 'Tis the bright golden Autumn.' unknown to alloy, When the little brown squirrel is king. When the bushy-tailed fellow is lord over all. The woods are decked gaily -tjo greet him, While scarlet tinged leaves from the maple trees fall, And dance o'er the meadows to m,et him. Tin nigh woodlands he scurries, through runlets he hurries, To the hickory tree in the' wold ; And as happy is he as a king eve could be, Though he wears not a circlet of gold. Heigho lo the monarch of dingle and hollow ! .,.".. His praises let everyone sing; For we must needs be merry, be happy and cheery. When the little brown squirrel is king." Adverting to John J John Willoway gnzed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 November 1907

Habitual Consuootion May be permanency omcomerjy proper wNich enables oneiajorm regular Katit& c. ally So that assistance to nature may be gradual) dispcnse.awit ViV.Ch no longer weeded a$ the test oj HsneJics.wcn veouircd, arc to assist nature ana not to suppUnttKe jittw. olfunctiwS.vhich tnufct depend uUi tnatcfy upon proper1 hourislMnent, proper efforts.anarifM living general. To get Us beneficial ejifecTs, alwa3 buy the- genuine manufacture i by t(ie California Fig Syrup Co. only SOLD BY ALL LEADING BRIGC1STS ae size only, regutar price 50? per Bottle BABY ITCHED TERRIBLY. Face and Neck Covered with Inflamed Skin Doctors No Avail Cured by Cutlcnra Remedies. "My bnby's face and neck were revered with Itching skin similar to eczema, and she suffered terribly for over a year. 1 took her to a number of doctors, and also to different colleges, to no avail. Then Cuticura Remedies were reeomnonded to me by Miss (i . I did not use it at flrst, as I had tried so many other re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 November 1907

PHENOMENAL SALE Ladies Missels 3D, Children's COATS, SKIRTS & FURS 1 THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN LEE OGLE OR DEKALB CP'S. Rug's, 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. G. W. HAMLIN M Wm DRLI3CD VVOPtM PHONE 98 ROCHELLE PersonalJtems Read Jonker's ad on page 5. Miss Mary Bowers was a Ro(fhelle visitor Tuesday. W. B. McCrea received a car- :!fcad of flour Saturday. Lyman Booth was up from iDixon on business Friday. Dr. Gardner of Rochelle was 3i Ashton visitor Monday. G. A. Hatnel was a business Ciller in Chicago Tuesday. Mrs. A. M. Moore and baby Tere Dixon visitors Friday. John Drutnmond was a business caller in Dixon Friday. Win. Schade Jr. was a 6usT acss caller in Rochelle Tuesday Miss Lucy Drummond returned Tuesday morning- from a visit with her sister at Urbana, 111. Mrs. Fred Rubel and ch...

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

' -It HTOH The as Gazette. VOL. XIII. NO. 41. ASHTON,:lLLINOIS, THURSDAY DECEMBER 5, 1907. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. 3 HAN KILLED BY PASSENGER NO. 4 OITSIDETIE YARDS Stepped From in Front of Fast Mail and Struck by Passenger BODY FELL UNDER TRAIN AND WAS BADLY MANGLED Roy Spiller of Dixon wu the Brakeman Inquest Held Body Taken to Dixon Home Saturday Afternoon. Later lie was employed in the Chicago offices of the C. B. & Q railway until about a month agi wnen the coniinement or his work compelled him to seek ou of doors employment, and he en tered the service of the North western as a brakeman. About one month ago he was married to Miss Gertrude Swingl a former student at Dixon colleg ana whom he met while he was attending school in Dixon. Th marriage was kept a secret from the young man's parents forsom unknown reason, ana at the pre sent time Mrs. Spiller is visiting in Webster City, Iowa. "Roy Spiller, a breakman on No. 1369 an extra east bound freight train, was ins...

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

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. MENACE OF DIRE WANT. Socialist Shows Causes that Bring About Suffering in Germany. The 1008 budget was discussed in tho German Reichstag the other day. Herr Bebel, the socialist leader, made an intjrpsrin address, in wli ioh he called at tention to the conditions in the country nder which it soon would be impossible for workers to earn enough (o feed the'.r families. lie said the unemployed in Berlin already number between 30,01)0 and 40,000. Owing to the industrial combines and the price agreements the day of low prices in Germany ws past, he said, and the high duties put in force in March, 1000, also were making themselves felt. Consequently, Herr Bebel declared, Germany was paying the highest prices in the world. Holding up a loaf of bread, the socialist leader said: "They still say Jiis is a big loaf, but a loaf that weighed four and one-half pounds eighteen months ago now weighs scarcely three pounds, and the price...

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

Illinois State- flews MBS. ROMADKA OFF FOB JOLIET leaven County Jail After a Nlsnt Passed In Letter Writing. Mrs. Evelyn Itomadka has been taken to Joliet to liegin her sentence o from one to twenty years for burglary. She left with Jailer George Langeloh. Her father, T. J. Caine of Oshkosh, Wis., met her at the station and announced his intention of accompanying her to the prison door. Before going she bade a cordial farewell to Mrs. Mary Niemeyer, the jail matron, in whose custody she has been for more than two months. She also shook hands with the women prisoners. Mrs. Hoiundka's departure take from the jail in Chicago the last of four women whose lives have attracted great attention recently. Meeting within its confines the four became fast friends. They were Rose Haines, daughter of a wealthy pioneer, who was accused of stealing diamonds from her friends; Etta McLean, charged with purloining federal government papers; Mrs. Sladek, accused of murdering her mother, and Mrs. Itoma...

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

THE ASH 1 UfN GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PCBUSHRD RVKHY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Kilt months, Four months $1.50 .75 .50 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, DEC .5, 1907. Pinesalve Carbolized acts like a poultice, draws out inflamatiou and poison. Antiseptic, healing. For chapped hands, lips, cuts, burns. Sold by Smith's 1'harmacy. Bank of England Notes. The Ink with which notes of the Bank of England are printed Is made of charred husks and stems of Rhenish vines and the recipe, like the manufacture of the paper, is a carefully guarded secret. Ring's Little Liver Pills wake up lazy livers, clean the svsten and clear the skin. Try them for biliousness and sick headache. Price 25c. Sold by Smith's Pharmacy. Telegraph Line Through Desert. For the projected telegraph line from Algeria to the Niger river the telegraph posts in the Sahara will be metallic and placed at distances of 40 yards, ...

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