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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 January 1908

Gazette. VOL. XIII. NO. 45. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1908. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Tlnfl ASH OUR RECORD OF 1907 A Review of the Happenings as Taken From the Gazette DEATH ENTERED MM HOMES Many Hornet Have Been Made and the Year at a Whole Hal Been Aboundant with Prosperity. We have just stepped from the Old Year to the New, and we are reminded that after all or fears and apprehensions, to many of us, it has been a very kind year. To some, we know the dark side has been turned, but after all there is a gleam of sunlght 'for all if we look for it. We would not forget that to look upon the homes of some of our readers since last New Year's day, a shadow has fallen and a mantle of sorrow has wrapped its inmate in its sombre folds. Other homes are like the empty nest that hangs on the withered bough, desolate because the life and song went out with the birds; New home have, been made and old ones have been severed, but in our onward march, it is not well to atop and weig...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 January 1908

r IP SOMEBODY LOVES YOU. If somebody loves you, You cannot be Rad ; You've cimsc for rejoidns, You've cause to be glnd. You've n subject for song, As you journey your way; If somebody loves you You ought to be gay. If n curly-liend baby Of four is your pride, Chattering gaily Along by your side ; All trouble should vanish, All care disappear, If the baby who loves you Is pattering near. If you've an old mother Who loves you to-day, Your lite should be merry, Your work should be play. For think of the motherless Children there are, Who still plod the roads Leading ever so far. If somebody loves you, A wife or a child, A mother or father, A friend who has smiled, And taken your hand In a friend's helping way; You ought to be merry ; You ought to be gay. -Detroit Free Press. I Burglary at I 1 Heron Court I The best-looking business I was ever mixed up In (the burglar said slowly) was down nt Ilerou Court, near Guild' ford. I may be a bit old-fashioned In my tastes, but I've always been...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 January 1908

L 1 GRAIN CROPS SHORT, BUT WORTH FAR MORE Government Final Estimate Showt Great Decline in Cereal Production. PRICES MAKE FARMERS HAPPY. They Will Get Half a Billion Dollars More This Year than Jiast. of The government report shows a shortage of 785,987,000 bushels In total crops as compared with the crops of 1900, which were the largest ever raised in this country, and a shortage of 377,SLOOO bushels as compared with the yields of 1905, which were also very lage. Tho rhlof shortage in in' the com crop, with 33,000,000 bushels, oats with 211.000.000 bushels and wneat with 101.000.000 bushels. . There Is something of an offset to the big losses In the feeding grains In the Increase of 0,431,000 tons of hay as compared to that of 1906, and of 3,045,388 tons as compared to the crop of 1905. . Prominent features of the final revis ion of its croD estimates for the year by the Department of Agriculture were the Increases made in the reports or area Beaded to spring wheat, corn and oats. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 January 1908

THE A-il I ON cAiiETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Kii months, Four months $1.50 .75 ,50 Entered at the post office in Ashton. Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY, JAN. 2, 1908. Bee's Laxative Cough Syrup for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough grows in favor daily with Toung and old. Mothers should keep it on hand for children. It is prompt relief to croup. It is gently laxative driving the poison and phlegm from the system. It is a simple remedy that gives immediate relief guaranted Sold by Smith's Pharmacy Feet of Various Peoples. The French foot la meager, narrow and bony. The Spanish I small and finely curved. The Arab foot It proverbial for Its high arch "A stream can run under the hollow of SL The foot of a Scot is large and ttlek; the Irish foot la flat and square, 1 the English short and fleshy. "I trust this may be read by many offerers of kidney and bladder trouble" writes Mrs....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 January 1908

SEASONABLE GOOD S, Lard Presses, Meat Grinders, Butcher Knives, Butcher Steels, Meat Saws, We can supply ybur wants. Moore & Glenn ASHTON, ILLINOIS. Anti-Pessimist Full Train of Litchfield Manure Spreader. 27 Cars Worth $20,000 Trent Litchfield Itlfq. to Itlinmapol'is - Yijgge machinesare fo supply the winter anTTTarTy" spring-local shipments out of Minneapolis. It will require from two to three train loads more of these spreaders to take care of direct business from the factory to the Minneapolis territory during the spring. &e Griffith Brothers, 1 it.U...U...U-U.....'' ri i borate aSramtalg" You Will Never Be Satisfied Until you have a WHEELER & WILSON NO. 9 SEWING MACHINE Come and let me show jou that it is the most noiseless, easiest running, simplest, strongest and most durable machine on the market. Also Remember that I can sell it to you cheaper than any agent who travels. I am also agent for the SINGER SEWING MACHINES I send and get repair...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 January 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTON, ILLINOIS. ORIENTALS RIOT VICTIMS. Tifteen Hundred Men Stone Lethbridge Chinese Quarter. Because they believed that a prominent citizen lind been murdered in a Chinese restaurant 1.500 men raided the Oriental quarter in Lethbridge. Alberta, and left wreck behind. Restaurants and laundries were smashed and doors and windows and entire fronts of buildings were reduced to splinters. The town police were powerless and a brigade of mounted police had to be called out to quell the riot. The story had gone abroad that Harry Smith, one of the best known ranchers of the cattle district had been fatnlly wounded in a restaurant. Neither Smith nor anyone else had been hurt, but even the polire were misled by the tale and two Orientals were placed under arrest, charged with murder. BOBBERS CAUGHT AFTER BATTLE Get $2,500 from Camden Point (Mo.) Bank, but Are Taken by Citizens. The Hank of Camden Point, at Camden l'dint. Mo, thirty miles southea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 January 1908

I Illinois State JtovS EARLY JUDGE DIES. JHIruju II. Cody, Pioneer of Dnpnge County, Pusses Away. Hiram II. Cody died ut his residence 'in Chicago, in his eighty-fourth year. Had hi lived until Dot-. 31 lie would liave eelebrated, with Mrs. Cody, his sixty-first ..anniversary of their, marriage. He wis born in Oneida county, New York. June 11, 1824. In 1.K43 he came with his father to Kendall county, Illinois. A year later lie settled in Blooiningrtale, in Du Page county. Four years afterward he was elected clerk of the County Commissioners' Court of Du Page county .and moved to ,ni)ervillc, where, upon the adoption of the constitution of IMS, he was elected the first county clerk of Du Page county, w hich ofiiee he held tor i six years. During his term of office he nad law and was admitted to the bar. In 1801, in a convention embracing all :parties. he was nominated as county judge and elected by nn almost unanimous vote. In lSW) he was elected cs delegate to the constitutional con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 January 1908

IUR RECORD OF 17 Continued from Page 1. trailed beyond; death of oldest ditizea Mrs. Eliza Frost who was Em her ninety-sixth year; Mr. JThn M. Sterling won contest for jrfcceasurer of Lee County by fc5thty-eight votes. February 28 Sophomores, uiass of 1909, was organized and officers were elected ; Grover Sanlers an employe of the Grand lOetour'Plow Works was robbed af $100 in cash; Mr. Albert Tadd iaaid Miss Clara Krug were martried on Wednesday evening at ashe home of the bride's mother. March 7-f A surprise party was gsjtven at the residence of D. O. JSaf.eed in honor of Mr. and Mrs. VW. J. Haverly and family on the hain at the home of Mr. and st-re of their depature for North )the firematl) jjd. c. Treer. . An Atliswtiot rhdir en for- i . . - - IMrs. C. W. Jonker; the petition rifor voting direct for license and aao license defeated at the city council; Ash ton men organize -aipany to be known as Wyoming Land and Developement Co. sfche members owning 5000 acres ran Big Horn Basi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 January 1908

ASHTcA Gazette. The i tOL.XIII. NO. 46. OLD SOLDIER AND PIONEER SUMMONED James Richardson Expires After Three Year's Sickness FUNERAL IS THIS AFTE Will be Conducted by Maonic Order Ha been Prominent In Aihton Affair for Several Decade. James W. Richardson, a veteran of the rival war and a pioneer in this section died at his home in the west part of this city early Tuesday morning: after an illness fasting: nearly three years. Mr. Richardson was born in Taylor iownship, Ogle county, June 16, 1842 and at the time of his death was aged 65 years, 6 months and 21 days. At the outbreak of the rival war he enlisted in Co. 'F, 34th Volunteer Infantry in August 1861 and served durinjr the entire war, being mustered out at Louiswille, Kentucky in 1865. He was married December 25th 1867 to Miss Helen Arnold of Taylor township. To this union were born two children, Fred and Var. now Mrs. Wm. Schade Jr Mr. Richardson died March 18th 1886. Mr. Richardson married again on October 2nd 1888, his Pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 January 1908

LITTLE ALL-ALONET. Little All Aloney's feet Pitter-patter in the hall, And his mother runs to meet And to kiss her toddling sweet, Ere perchance he fall. He is, oh, so weak and small ! Yet what danger shall he fear When his mother hovcreth near And he hears her cheering call : "All-Aloney?" Little All-Aloney's face It is nil aglow with glee. As around that romiiing place At a terrifying pace Lungeth, plungeth he ! And that hero seems to be All unconscious of our cheers Only one dear voice he hears Calling reassuredly : "All-Aloney !" Though his lees bend with their load, Though his feet they seem so small That you cannot help forebode Some disastrous episode In that noisy hall ; Neither threatening bump nor fall Little All-Aloney .fenrs, But with sweet bravado steers Whither comes Hint cheery call: "All-Aloney !" Ah, that in the years to come, When he shares of Sorrow's store, When his feet are chill and numb, When his cross is burdensome. And his heart is sore ; Would that he could...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 January 1908

i: MISS ANNIE CATRON 1 CATARRH MADE LIFE A BURDEN TO ME. MISS AXXIE CATRON, WJ.I -Main St., Cincinnati, Ohio, writes: "As I have found IVruna a blessins for a spvi're case o cnlurrli of the head and throat which . I sullwvd from for a nuinhcr of yours, 1 am only too uleaml to give it my personal endorsement. 'Catarrh, such as I suffered from, made life a burden to me, my breath was offensive, stomach bad, and my head stopped up so that I was usually troubled with a headache, and nltlionsli I tried many so-called remedies, nothing gave me permanent relief. I was rather discouraged with a? medicines when Peruna was suggested to mc. "However, I did buy a bottle, and before that was finished there was a marked change in my condition. Much encouraged. I kept on until I was comn'ciely cured in a month's time, and I find that my general health is also excellent." ,., . People who prefer solid medicines should try Peruna tablets. Each tablet represents one average dose of Peruna. Man-a-lin ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 January 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Four months 11.50 .75 .50 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 85. THURSDAY, ,JAN. 9, 1908. A telephone has been placed in the ticket office at the Opera House. Charles Yenerich went to Iowa Citv l uestlav alter spending uie holidays at home. George Hutchinson and wife of Chicago were quests over Sunday with A. 13. Hutchinson and farmMrs. Swan of Chicago who has been visiting her sister Mrs. N. L. Bradford returned home Tuesday evening-. Ray Chadwick returned to Dixon Friday after a visit with his grandparents, Postmaster and Mrs. H. E. Chadwick. Henry Oesterhcld, wife and daughter were in liockford Saturday to attend the funeral of Lew is Oesterheld's baby. A. E. Hutchinson returned home from Peoria Friday noon. He and Mr. Wiener sold their interest in the Grand Hotel.Robert Moorehead returned from Champaign Su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 January 1908

SEASONABLE f I 1 ) IfflEH . : : : : 1 f 1 F Ik . .. . . I M W-MHMM,n WT-M r- Mrs. A. T. N rkev and dauchill mtKWm&.itV&i&llrm GOOD s. Lard Presses, Meat Grinders, Butcher Knives, Butcher Steels, Meat Saws, We can supply your wants. . Moore Glenn 'ASHTON, ILLINOIS. . J Anti-Pessimist 1 Full Train of LitcKfield Manure Spreader. 27 Cars Worth $20,000 Trom Litchfield Mfg. to Minneapolis . These machines are to supply the winter and early 0 4 The Gazette $1.50 per yearCarl Bode was a visitor in Dixon Saturday, , Mrs. Will Petne was a -Dixon visitor Monday. Kathryn Schade was a Rochelle visitor Saturday. Friday Mrs. Albert Chambers of Kochelle visited Ash ton friends Friday. .Mrs-. E. J. Ra'ndall and children! spent Saturday in Franklin Carl Krug went to Dixon Mon-iove day to visit relatives. Harvey Sintllinger was up from Dixon Friday evening. J. W. Griese was a business caller in Dixon Saturday. Miss Mildred Griffith was a Rockford visitor Friday. VV....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 January 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. MARGIN ACT UPHELD. Court Declares Statute Aimed at Speculation in "Futures" Is Valid. In the United States Circuit Court in Little Hock, Ark., Judge Trieber banded down his decision in the case of Logan Ik Bryan vs. Postal Telegraph Company, the Attorney General and several of the prosecuting attorneys of the State of Arkansas. The case involved the constitutionality of the act of the hist General Assembly prohibiting all contracts for futures on margins, making the posting of quotations prima facie evidence of a violation of the net. The opinion of Judge Trieber is a victory for the State on all questions involved. The court l.olds that the State has the right under the police powers to determine what shall constitute gambling and prohibit such act OFFERS $1,000,000 FOE A LIFE, .Pittsburg Millionaire Makes Induce ment for Doctors to Save Friend. Alexander H. Peacock, former junior partner of Andrew Carnegie, whose for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 January 1908

a AMERICA IS RICHEST TEACHERS OF STATE IN ANNUAL CONVENTION Illinois St&te Jtfetos Record of Events of the AMONG THE NATIONS Past Week. THE MODERN CROESUS. tfOUR INJURED IN AUTO CRASH. iProuilnent CMlaens of Moline Have Collision irilli Cab. Three prominent citizens of Moline lie "In St. Luke's hospital in Davenport, Iowa, as a result of a terrific automobile smash- up on the government bridge. Ralph Loy, recently of Geneva, N. Y has a frac tured skull and will probably die. .C. II Vandervoort, owner, and Eugene Gruen- wald, superintendent of the Moline Auto Company, and Joe Kelley, cab driver, were injured, but will recover! The au- 'tomobile party was returning to Moline from Davenport at 1 :30 o'clock in the morning, and, thinking the bridge clear, put on full speed. Half way across the bridge they ran into the cab driven by Kelley and wrecked it completely. All the men in the auto and cab lay unconscious on the bridge under the wreck for . soma time. SECTION HAND IS ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 January 1908

FOR STATE iHZJNOIS FISH COMMISSION FOSTERS INDUSTRY. - executive, who Is thoroughly acquaint) ed with the subject and comprehends the" necessity for the protection, preservation and cultivation of this great source of cheap food supply for the people." Laws Protect Fish. The commission insists that the question of the protection and the WATFR Hfll IK PIf PPfriTC mans of the perpetuation of food fish MULU: Llu UMft in Illinois interests all the people. ; Pish food Is as necessary as other aniJtaessity for the Protection, Preset- mal fod' and as the PPu'atlon inf . c creases the demand for it becomes tation and Cultivation of Source ,. , . t r- -. greater year by year. The enormous vmc-h ' uuu HP'y "co8- i drain on lakes and rivers for food nized 6y the Governor, Springfield, 111., Jan. 6. Eighteen BiJIion pounds of fish were taken from aii lllinos river last year, netting fisheraen over $090,000 and employing sseral thousand men. This report U am 22 points on the Illinois river. "Kw ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 January 1908

SUPPLEMENT TO THE ASHTON GAZETTE. State of Illinois County of Lee- ss. On Tuesday, December 10th, A. D. 1907. the board of supervisors of Lee county met pursuant to adjournment. Present, Hon. John M. Trostle, chairman, and the following members: Morris Cook, W. J. Edwards, J. J. Waguer, H. L. Fordham, Chris Gross, J.K.Moyer, W.C.Jones, T.P.Long N.A. Courtright, E. E. Fischer, J. P. Dunn, S L. Shaw. Abram Ackert, James Buckley. J. H. Huyett, W. W. Har den, K. Johnson, Michael Sullivan, Chas. I. Will, J. P. Malach, Lars C Risetter and A. S. Wells. On motion of Supervisor Shaw all bills on file against Lee county are referred to their proper committees. On motion of Supervisor Jones, board adjourned until tomorrow morning at nine o'clock. State of Illinois, County of Lee On Wednesday, the lithe day of December, A. D. 1907, the board of supervisors of Lee county, Illinois, met pursuant to adjournment. Present, same as on yesterday, ineluding Supervisor Montavon. Three applications for r...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 January 1908

Which said report is approved by the board and the orders and vouchers credited therein are destroyed by burning the same in the presence of the board. The fees and saraly committee rec ommend that the incidental expenses for the various county ornces oe nx ed at the following sums per annum: County judge 100 01 Pnntitv florlr 250 0( Circuit clerk 300 00 County treasurer 160 " ilnnnfv Biinerintendent of Kphnnls 350 00 tiipka arc to cover the simple and necessary incidental expenses of the said offices and are not in any way to change the salary or compensation nf tliB Rnid officers, which has already been fixed and determined by this board. Said officers are to Keep a strict and accurate account of the necessary incidental expenses of their said offices and if any balance remain unexpended from the several above amounts said balance so unexpended shall be returned by the above respective officers to the county treasurer. W. C. JONES. J. H. HUYETT, .TAS. BUCKLEY, W. .7: EDWARDS. Fees...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 January 1908

1 Gazette. 11, JL JL Jma ASHTON, ILLtNOIS, THURSDAY, JANUAKY 16, 1908. -VOL. XIII. NO. 47. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. GLADYS BATES CALLED Daughter of A. M. Bate Died at DeKalb Saturdeiy FUNERAL HELD HERE MONDAY Underwent Operation for Appendicitis and Wai Recovering When Relapse Brought Death. Our community was saddened Saturday when it was announced that Gladys Bates, daug hter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bates of DeKalb had passed away. Gladys Bates was born in Ashton April 13th 1896 and died in DeKalb January 11th 1908 being ll.years, 8 months and 29 days of age. She was one of twins, and while never very robust, was always reasonably well and had during the past year developed into a stronger and better state of health. December 30 she became very ill and January 4th was operated on for appendicitis through which ordeal she passed finely, great hope being entertained for her recovery, which was not abandoned until a few hours before her death. About two o'clock Saturday morning the n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 January 1908

A TENDER MEMORY. Sht used to sit right next to me In the Presbyterian choir; She called rao "William Henry" then And I called her "Sophier." I ueed to sing the tenor part While she essayed "sopranner ;" And, some how, her voice touched my heart In a most mysterious manner. W used to sing those dear old hymns About which memories hover. Like "Cool Siloam's shady rills" And peaceful "Jesus Lover," Ajid I wished all the rest would stop That I to her might listen, (A mist is o'er my vision now And trembling teardrops glisten). And often, when the hymn was done, I found myself a-reaching, Unnoticed like, to hold her hand All through the parson's preaching. No matter what the text might be It seemed, somehow or other, To tell us two, as we sat there, "Lovo ye, then, one another." And when he gave us that command, How gladly we'd determine To keep the letter of the law As laid down in the sermon. Then, when the congregation rose Before the benediction, We snng "Blest be the tie that binds"...

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