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

IP Skin OUR SELECTION 00000 -0F- V I v I J 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. J Phone Us And Order Your Winter Supply of - a ft a The Gazette $1.50 per year1 Ed Reed was a Dixon visitor Friday. Lewis Payne was a caller in Dixon Saturday. Isaac Trask was here visiting relatives Saturday. Wit, Evans was here from Gil berts on business Friday. Mrs. Wesley Beach was a visitor in Rochelle Thursday. A. H. Farver was a visitor in Franklin Grove Saturday. Christmas candy, 10c per lb. and up. The Racket. Harvey Sindling-er was up from Dixon to spend Thanksgiving. Jacob Pfeiffer was a passenger to Nachusa Thursday afternoon Mrs. M. II. Randall was a Franklin Grove visitor Monday P. J. McMillan and family spent Thanksgiving- at Oak Park. Misses Laura Schafer and Liz x...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 December 1907

CUDDLEDOWNTOWBT. Cuddlcdowntown is near Cradievllle, Whore the Sand Men pitch their tents, In drowsylaud. You understand, In the State of Innocence; Tia right by the source of the River of Life Which the Grandma Storks watch over, While Iloney-bug hoes, '.Neath Funny-big trees, Croon Lullahys iu sweet clover. Tis a wondrous village, this Curldledownlown, For its people are all sleepers ; And never a one, From dark till dawn, Has ever a use for peepern. They harness gold butterflies to Sunbeams Play horse with them, a-screaming, While never a mite. Throughout the night, E'er dreams that he's a-dreaming. In Cudrtlcdowntown there ava Choo-choo CRVS In all of the beautiful street?; An'l round bald heads And curly heads Are the engineers one meets ; From Piggybacktown to Pattycakeville The cars run, hissing, screeching, While wonderful toys, For girls and boys, Can always be had by reaching. O, Cuddlodowntown is a Village of Dreams Where little tired legs find rest; 'Tis in God's hand 'T...

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

NlftHT SWFITS. NO APPETITE USED PE-RUNA M RS. LIZZIE LOUR, U55 W. 13th fif fltiorn. Tl!s. writes: I tnkc pleasure in writing you these few lines, thinking there mvy be other women snfferinK the same as I did. b for over a year, night sweats winter and no apoe to sit down to do ray cooUiu I was SO "f 'tiri nn ililfrrent medieines and dotlors also. Xotliins seemed to do me any good. The doctors wanted to operate on me. T told' him just exactly how I was, and he ii.i ,hg nilral me and how 1 sliouIQ Wl'l TUKt? X ti uiiu. "I dkl as he told me for four montus, and nsiixr I nrtl sll CUfed. "No one can tell how thankful I am to him. as I had given up all hopes of ever getting well again. . "I am a widow and the mother of six - u nu:i.l,.r. ileiieml ill! inV SUIJnort. I work all day and seldom get tired. . . ,, "I tnnW five bottles of Teruna m all ....... ,,r;uiiin to know more Ally wviiwiii mv pnse mav write to me ana I n tll nil ..Unlit it. Will KlHUl.V Ln ... "T thnnk Dr. Ilartman ior wha...

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

I i PHENOMENAL SALE Ladies,' Miss Children's CO ATO 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. IV OU WUk DRESSES WUFIEN ersonalJftems G. W. HAMLIN PHONE 98 ROCHELLE r 4sfe IKm 4sar IQmrZmw Harry Quick was home Sunday from Dixon. George Baker was a Nachusa visitor Sunday. Joe Mall was a business caller in Dixon Tuesday. George Danekas was here Sunday to yisit his folks. C. A. Burnhatn was home from Chicago over Sunday. Sarah Batchlor was a Rochelle visitor Monday evening. George Kerston Sr. was a Kochelle visitor yesterday. A. E. Hutchinson went to Peoria last week Wednesday evening. Born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs, Mortimer N. Glenn, a nine pound boy. Arthur Brown was home from Chicago Sunday to visit his parents. Emra Tilton ret...

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

1 HE ASHTON GAZETTE. PART 1 j Pages 1 to 8 VOL. XIII. NO. 42. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1907. 1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. f7 LARGEST AMERICAN FLEET TO CRUISE IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN Wilburn Baddock Tells Visit on Uncle Sam's Battleship of MINT COINS SEVERAL MILLIONS OF GOLD WEEKLY Mr. Paddock in Letter to N. A. Petrie Dett-ribes Large EnterprUes In the Eastern Metropolis. New York, Dec. 21 have been postponing- writing- to you until after I arrived at the metropolis of America, which is vour native state. Since I left Chicago on the 23rd of October, I have visited Cincinnati, Ohio, Grafton and Marlinsburer, West Virginia, Hagerstown, Maryland the Antietam battlefield, Gettys burg battlefield, Baltimore, An apolis and the Naval Accademy Washington, Mt. Vernon, Rich tnond, Va., the Fair Oaks, and Seven Pines battlefields which are near Richmond. Norfolk and the Jamestown Exposition Portsmouth is across the river from Norfolk, where one of the largest navy yards is located. W...

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

! BEN BOLT'S REPLY. Dh, yes, I remember her name with delight. Sweet Alice, so cherished and dear; I seek hor grave in the pale hour o night And moisten the turf with a tear. And when the heart is o'erburdened with woes I wander an! muse all alone, And long for the time when my heart shall repose Where sweet Alice lies under the stone. I roam through the woods, where so joy ous we've strayed, And recline on the green sunny hill ; All things are bright in that beautiful glade, But my heart is nil lonely and chill. The hand that so fondly I pressed in my own, And the lips that were melting (with love, Are cold in the grave and I am left all alone Till I meet with sweet Alice above. Ah, well I remember .the schoolhouse and brook And the master so kind and so true; The wild, blooming flowers in the cool, shady nook, As fragrant with incense and dew. But I weep not for thee, though so dear to my heart. Or the friends that have left me alone. The bosom will heave and the teardrop start, F...

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

(I IN MY FAMILY Ml Have Used Pe-ru-na at Various Times for Several Years." I Recommend Pe-ru-na. MR. EDWARD M. BURTT, 5 N. Jefferson Ave., St. Louis, Mo., . writes: "It affords me much pleasto announce that 1 have used tour medicine at various times for several years, aud that it has given entire satisfaction, not only in my own family, but also that of others of my friends. And would cheerfully recommend the nse of I'eruna. as I certainly do endorse your medicine." Catarrh of Head, Nose, Throat. Mr. Charles Levy, 80 Allen St., Xew York, N. Y., writes : "I am very glad to tell you it the cures wrought by I'eruna in my family. "My son, aged seven, who had catarrh of the nose, was cured by two bottles of Peruna, and I had catarrh of the head, nose, throat and ears. One bottle of Peruna cured me." Pe-ru-na Tablets: Some people prefei tablets, rather than medicine in a fluid form. Such people can obtain Peruna Tablets, which represent the solid medicinal ingredients of Peruna. Ask Your ...

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

.-."mi.- 0 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. 63. THURSDAY, DEC .12, 1907. Sears Roebuck & Co. Indicted For Fraud. Sears Roebuck & Co. of Chicago were indicted in Des Moines. Ia., November 26, charged with using the mails to defraud. The indictment is on three counts. It ii alleged that the company misrepresented articles in its catalogues sent through the mails. The first count charges that on June 13, 1907, the company devised a scheme to obtain money by faise pretense's from Dr. C. F. Spring of Des glomes by selling hi in white lead that Sears-Roebuck claim to have made. The indictment alleges it was made by others. A second count is on a ring bought by R. II. Miles, and the third count is the sending of another ring, alleged to have leen misrepresented, thr...

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

Flannel Shirts 15 per cent oil Huether's. Lewis Payne was a Dixon visitor Saturday. Mrs. W. A. Petrie was a Dixon visitor Saturday. Phil. Marks of Dixon was in town on business Friday. Miss Miller of Scarboro was trading in Ashton Friday. Miss Bottnan of Amboy was a caller in Ashton Saturday. A. Vv. Kosecrans was' in Chicago Monday to purchas stock. A new line of Rubber foot wear at old prices, Huether's. Harry Gonnerman was a Franklin Groye visitor Saturdar. Joe Gilbert of Franklin Grove was a visitor in Ashton Saturday. Mrs. Adam Krug had quite a severe sick spell Sunday night. W. B. Gillelt of West Chicago wasout Saturday visiting friends. Mrs. V. H. Jones and three' children spent Saturday in Dixon. M. TT. Prirn of Elgin was a business visitor in Ashton Saturday. Marcus Vender ret"rned Friday from the1 fat stock show in Chicago. Lewis Drummoml of Pine Rncfc was in Ashton on business Sat,mla. The Gazette $1.50,per year House and three lots for sale 37t22 James Leidy. See th it No...

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

n n "V,1. THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. HOLD TOWN AT BAY. Five lien Cow Populace at Carney, Ok., and Bob Bank. "It pays to be a robber with nerve, This was the sign roughly lettered on the bank in Carney, Ok la., by burglars, who Leld the whole town at bay while they calmly walked away with their loot. The writing was done in phosphorus prepaid tion which the robbers had used to blow the bank safe, and the words winked and blinked mockingly at the enraged citizens who had assembled in the public square to capture the marauders. But the bandits, five in number, kept up such an in cessant fire with their rifles that the townspeople, although armed, were afraid to charge them. They escaped with $o, XX) in ooin. When the bandits entered Carney they made no attempt to concea their mission. While two men forced the bank door the other three stood at different angles of the building, keeping up a constant rifle fire in all directions. 1m mediately the whole...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 December 1907

FIVE HUNDRED ARE Illinois State Jtews Record of Events of the Past Week. ENTOMBED IN MINES YOUTH KILLS HIS BBOTHEE. Three Men Are In Boat When Aged . Man I Knocked Overboard. Brother killed brother oecnuse one rnenrly drowned their father n.t Carmi. 'The tragedy occurred in a small boat while it was being tossed about by Hie : swift ice 11 .-kcd current of r!i. river. It was in a sudden fit of great auger that 'the fatnl blow was delivered. John Good.man, accompanied by his 'wo grown sons, Hush and Thomas, started on a fishing trip at an eurly hour. It was shnrr. -Weather at the river, end the bitter wind seemed to blow a spirit of discontent among the men. While pushing tne boat off shore a wrangle started, and hij;h Words were passed before die party pot under way. On reaching the middle of the river they fished for an hour in sullen silence. Suddenly the father shifted his seat, lurching the boat sligntly. Thi; '.roused ' the younger brother, Hugh, to -such a patch of anger that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 December 1907

r -v. .f. - , DIXON, ILLINOIS. HEADQUARTERS HOL m FOR- DAY Men' Boy's and Youth's Clothing Shoes and Accessories. T IS WITH A JUST PRIDE that this stpre can boast of the finest and best selected stock of holiday apparel for Men and Boys ever shown by anystore in Northern Illinois. The Men's and Boy's Suits and Overcoats we have placed on sale this season, excel not only in variety and style and showing we have eyer made, but in point of value and price demonstrates the ability of this store to sell better clothes at even less money than is asked elsewhere for inferior garments. At this time we especially call your attention to the Men's Suits and Overcoats sold from $10.00 to $25.00 the patterns of the latest design the styles all this season's cut suits such as other stores would ask from 15 to 25 more than you pay when you buy clothes at this store. i-'ZPfm If- f':Mf:'if & m The Holiday Shoppers: Will find here an extensive showing of handsome Mufflers, Beautiful Neckw...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 December 1907

1 HE ASHTON Gazette. PART 2 J Pages 9 to 16 VOL. XIII. NO. 42. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1907. 11.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. OF OF HE Former Ashton Resident Tells of Changes of Commanders FIVE GENERALS H. R. V.nrWilice Watched Move ments of Army Having Had Two Brothers in it. for-The Buchanan, Mich., Nov. 221 Vinvp heen oreatlv interested in rparlinir Mr. Paddock's letters in the Gazette from time to time He goes so into detail and brings out the hidden parts so that one feels that he is viewinar the dif ferent places himself in the man ner of dealing with his subject ject he brings out the man of leisure that he is. In his last letter from the east he savs. "If I remember correctly the union arm; chana-ed commaders five j 0 times during the war." If per missable I will give a disjointed account of the army of the Po tomac and its commanders from '61 to '65. As a boy I watched its movements closely having two brothers in it. In the spring- of '61 Gen. McDowell was in com...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 December 1907

f 3r LEGISLATION ASKED flffl WATEH POWEFi GOV. DENEEN SENDS SPECIAL MESSAGE TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. URGES PROMPT ACTION Wants the Rights and Interests of the State in the Desplaines River Protected Shows the Stream Is 3 Navigable Waterway in Meaning of the Law. Springfield. III.. Nov. 26, 1907. Gentlemen of the Forty-fifth General Assembly: Since your last adjournment, circunistpmu s have arisen which, in isy opinion, seriously affect the plans adopted by your honorable body for had acquired title to the bed of the Desplainee river, the Economy Light am! Power company subsequently taking such title as his grantee, and 3. That through the agreement and lease made by the Illinois and Michigan Canal commissioners to Harold F. IJrlswold, on September 2d, 1901, and assigned to the Economy Light and Power company, salt! company acquired a valid 20 year leasehold Interest In the property in question. Of Vast Importance to State. The effect of the conclusions reached by the attorney genera...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 December 1907

RECORD A FINE ONE SPLENDID WORK DONE BY FREE EMPLOYMENT OFFICES. ILLINOIS LEADS ALL STATES Report Recently Made to Governor Deneen Should Be Gratifying Reading for Voters Who Support the Institutions. Springfield, III., .1.. Some In teresting information Is disclosed in the recent report made to Gov. Deneen regarding the work of the Illinois free employment offices. This report has to do with the number of positions secured during the last three years and gives an indication of the ralue of these offices to men out of work. There are four offices now in operation in Illinois, three in Chicago and one in Peoria. A recent appropriatfon by the legislature provides for the opening and maintenance of a fifth office in East St. Louis, which is the headquarters for men in search of employment. Following are the figures for the three years: North Side Chicago office: Positions secured in 105, 8,025; 1906, 10,300; 1907,,(to date of report) 9,972. West Side Chicago office: Positions secured i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 December 1907

L,. T. MOOR ' fcArai t mm Ahisk Kwd i . - ; , . i WV -IT 4v 1, v. llt 4 , - . I A Field of the Shepards, Bethlehem. flT THIS season of the year year, tne unrisiian woriu reverently turns to the lit tle town of Bethlehem and lovingly recalls the story of the Savior's birth as set forth in the simple yet beautiful language of the gospel narrative. In spirit let us go over to Bethlehem and view the place I where Christ the Lord was torn. Bethlehem is situated about six wiles south of Jerusalem. Starting from Jerusalem by the Jaffa gate, the journey is over a rough and hilly country road amid scenes that awaken in the mind reverent memories and fill the soul with loving emotions. Along this very road Christ ften walked, an here and there at different turns of the road are places associated with some interesting and stirring event in the history of the people of Israel. On the west, is the Cihon valley, where Solomon was crowned and on the south-east is the valley of Hinnom, where nearby...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 December 1907

! II (tttmattttas CHRIST AS A YOUNG MAN. From Painting by Hoffman. rivwwOTWjv.mwnjLr-jjjJWm.TAfAa: -l i ..,., .. vwwww r . By Charlci Wa4r Beloved Tatter, wbiie'all Cnristendcm kneels around the manger of Bethlehem, send us new spirit, teach us new songs, give us the very Christmas mind, turn the hearts of the fathers to the children and the hearts of the children to the fathers; give joy to the hopeless, tiring into the right way those who are going astray, give confidence to the trending ones, free bonded hearts, open Mind eyes and unstop dear ears. Jlsonthis day we make the hearts of the little ones joyous, so, o Trier ciful father, let us all tecome children again, with simple faith, with trustful hearts, with ready wills, with pure endeavor. mi this blessed birthday of Jesus shall become the birthday or a new creation and awaken among us a spirit which beareth all things, be lieveth ail things, loveth all things. Jimen. OF THE NATIVITY FESTIVAL Was Observed at Very Early Time I...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 December 1907

THL ASH TON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year . - $1.50 I'x months, - - - .75 Four months ... - .50 ffiutcred at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as socond-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 1907 Pinesalve Carbolized acts like a poultice, draws out inflaniation ami poison. Antiseptic, healing. For chapped hands, lips, cuts, burns. Sold by Smith's l'harniacy. 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 svsteit 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 prists in the Sahara will be metallic a: piace.-i at di...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 December 1907

f RAISE FOR GUARD H6H TRIBUTE PAID CITIZEN SOLDIERS OF ILLINOIS. -BEST PATRIOTS AMONG US" Major John C. F. Tillson of the RegU' tar Army Highly Commends Their Work, While Training at Camp Lincoln. Springfield, Dec. 2. Major John C. SP. Tillsou of the Fourth Infantry of he EJ. S., A., who was stationed at GkCQjs Lincoln with the Illinois Nainsa Guard last summer, has forundated his report upon the duty asariisoacl him; Major Tillson's battalion was the first battalion of the regular sanxy that has encamped with the Nad&vtsal Guard of Illinois. The battalion -an ordered to Springfield by the secirerary of war on the request of Goveraor Deneen, who believed that the JuaUractlon would be of immense valuta tn the guardsmen of this state. 3Ia.jor Tillson in his report makes Arv recommendations in favor of the Jlafional Guard, which he believes sslwrald be carried out by the national rRBwmment. These recommendations IS adopted would require the governua'Tit to make the followin...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 December 1907

. ". . "S .w PHENOMENAL iSALB Ladies MisseV (Si Children's 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 $10 purchase. We are the people who do things. Come, telephone or write; we will save you money. Agency of .the Wooltex Garments. PHONE. 9& G. W. HAMLIN ROCHELLE 1 V 1 J Mrs. Stoudt was a Nachusa visitor Thursday. Gus Kries transacted business 5ia Dixon Thursday. Mrs. E. R. Yocum was a caller '3a West Brooklyn Friday. Dr. Gardner ot Kochelle was an Ashton visitor Friday. George Bowen was a passe nger ttto LeRoy Indiana Monday. David Ueorge was a passenger Franklin Grove Thursday. Miss Emma Hager of Franklin swas an Ashton visitor Friday. r t,ester Farver took the tram 2FWday for McEwen, Tennessee. F. A. Richardson was a Ro 9ielle visitor Thursday evening I Miss, Ellen Yenerick visited with friends in Flagg last week Wm. A. Petrie and ...

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