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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 January 1908

Souvenir Poit Cards. The Evening Wisconsin company, of Milwaukee, is., has published a series of eight attractive souvenir post cards, in live colors, showing the animals at the Washington l'ark zoo, in the city of MilwauKee. A set will be mailed you upon the receipt of 12 cents (coin or stamps). Address The Evening Wisconsin company, Post Card Dept., Milwaukee, Wis. Leflc Mnjesty. "That," said the fisherman, who had been whipping one of the mountain lakes in the far West, as he landed a twopounder, "is one of the new kind they call the Roosevelt trout." "What are the peculiar features about It?" inquired the tenderfoot. "Its teeth and its specks." Only One "BIIOMO QUININE" That Is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. Used the World over to Cure a Cold In One day. 25c For Commercial Pnrpose. The Doctor (inspecting check the professor has just hnnded him) You wrote a much more legible signature forty years ago than you do now. The Professor Yes; but my signa...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 January 1908

4 1 THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ooe year Biz months, Tour months $1.50 .75 .SO Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1908. TREED BY AN ANGFiY STEER Continued from Page 1. For a moment he seemed, dazed but all of a sudden he lowered his head and made for Tunis, who, realizing the danger, leaped over the fence and ran along on one side and the steer on the other and soon he came to a hard maple shade tree and up it he went like a squirrel. The steer seeing him made a leap and over the fence he went but Tunis was up out of his reach. The limbs of the trees had knocked his hat off and you ought to have seen tlhat steer with his horns make carpet rags of Tunis' hat. The steer went arount and around he tree while Tunis remained silent at a safe distance. Tunis being treed it became my business to freehim so I drove back to the first house and t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 January 1908

7 S SEASONABLE I borate ptBmmk j JjlHP . v Wv ,iit'I' bus;. w.bm 8m GOODS. Lard Presses, Meat Grinders, Butcher Knives, Butcher Steels, Meat Saws, We can supply your wants. Moore & Glenn ASHTON, ILLINOIS. Anti-Pessimist I Full Train of Litcht field Manure Spreader. t 27 Cars Worth $20,000 Trent Litchfield ttlfg. to Minneapolis 4 -' - - T,.ese triachint'S are v ciuyyiy rae witiTermtrtarj 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-. I &he Griffith Brothers, 9 You Will Never Be Satisfied Until you have a WHEELER &. WILSON NO. 9 SEWING MACHINE Come and let me show you 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 M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 January 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, - - - ILLINOia .1 IiOSO OCEAN WAB IS ENDED. Gorman Lines Driven to Union by i Cunard's Fast Boats. The Ilnmbtirg-Aineric.'.n ami North German Lloyd steamship lines have buried the hatchet after a battle for transatlantic supremacy lasting from t lie time the steamship l)eutschhtnd captured the speed pennant from the Cunnrd line, about seven years ago. The Dentschland holds the record for crossing the Atlantic between New Yolk and l'lymouth in less time than any other ship. The North German Lloyd steamship Kaiser Wilhelm II. claims the record between Sandy Hook and l'lymouth. That is the way the situation between the rival lines stood when the Cumml line, witli the Mint re rania and I.usitania, knocked out all speed anil time records. The White Star line, after diverting half of its fleet from the Quecnstown and Liverpool service to the Southampton, l'lymouth, and I her boars route, naturally came into direct competition with the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 January 1908

Illinois St&te Jtavs n -J -M r a. 1L. ? KCtoru 01 tvenis 01 inc Past Week. j :fail to prove gish mtjp-der. of Authorities Lean to Theory Sulclilo or Natural Death. Persistent inquiry develops the possibility that the death of the late Gilbert Allen Gish at Clmmbersburg on the night of Dee. 4 might have resulted from any of the following plausible cause : 1. Strychnine, self-administered, with suicidal intent. 2. An overdose of strychnine, which he had been in the habit of taking for a physical ill. 3. An attack of acute indigestion. It is positively stated that Rev. Mr. Gish suffered from an unfortunate physical disability which at times mado him despondent ; that he frequently took morphine which contained strychnine; that a month previous to his death he suffered an attack of indigestion which threw him into convulsions. Mrs. Gish thinks her husbaud took his own life. "There is nothing unusual in the mere fact that a man desired to end 'his life," she said. "I am at a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 January 1908

i: f A Tremendous Sacrifice A Commercial Festivity. I i 10 1U I days 117" ID Of TltfirUHrO ashton, days I ONLY e Oo flUill 11 OluilA ILLINOIS. ONLY J it WORTH OF HIGH GRADE CLOTHING-, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS to be distributed into the homes of the people at less than actual wholesale cost. The entire stock will go raP1dly Nothing vpM-vpd The reason for this sale is that W. B. Huether is going to retire from business m Ashton Such a great sacrifice was never made before and possibly will never be made again. This is an opportunity ot a lifetime ro secuie high grade clothing, shoes and furnishings at a trilling cost W B Huether desires to sell out all the mere in uie ouxunu complish this quickly, he has placed the entire stock in the hands of the v;; . NATIONAL SALXS SERVICE, 175 Fifth Avenue, CHICAGO , fnii chorft nfthfisflffTfiat bareains. - - No gods Charged. He on nana eany su yuu - - EVERY DOLLAR You invest here will do double work during this SALE- Some idea of the magnitude ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 January 1908

The Gazette. VOL. XIII. NO. 48. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THUBSDAY, JANUAKY 23, 1908. 1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. ASHTQJM II Mr. Clarence Farver Dies Following Operation for Appendicitis LARGEST FUNERAL HELD HERE IN MANY YEARS Family Were Here from Iowa to Spend the Holidays When Wife was Stricken. The announcement of the death of Mrs. Clarence L. Farver of OcheyJen, Iowa, who was here with her husband on a visit to their parents, cast a gloom over our entire city last Thursday morning'. Anna C. Wagner was born in Reynolds Township, Lee County Illinois, March 3, 1879 and died at Ashton, January 16, 1908, age 28 years, 10 months and 13 days. She was united in marriage to Mr. Clarence L. Farver of Ashton, Illinois, February 12, 1902. Shortly after they moved to Ocheyedan, Iowa where they liave made their home. Together they returned hatne to spend the holidays with loved friends, arriving; in Ashton the day before Christmas. On December 30, Mrs. Farver was taken ill, but thought nothing' seriou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 January 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. LOCKED OUT. SIKS ANO liRAiHS A FREQUENT CAUSE OF TYPHOID RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. Purify These and You Will Be. Safe from Contagion. f j WORK or I I CONGRESS I RECOVERY OF $12,000 IN GEMS. Woman Gets from Old-Clothes Maa Necklace Lost by Carelessness. Mrs. William D. Little of Now York has recovered n $12,001) pearl necklace in a manner little short of miraculous. -V fortnight ago Mr. and Mrs. Little went to an opera. In leaving the opera houue the necklace, a wedding gift to Mrs. Little from her husband, became unhooked, and, taking it off. she thrust it into the pocket of her opera cloak. A day or two later Mrs. Little gave the cloak to her maid, having no further use for it. The maid not being able to wear the cloak, sold it to an establishment where women's cast-off clothes are dealt in. A day or two ago the woman who runs ;he clothes shop got the cloak out for the purpose of renovating it. In the pocket she found the string of pearls, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 January 1908

DWINDLING OF ARMY Illinois St&te JJetos Record ef Events of the t II I lUfllC I .UIUIL'CDC GIVES CUE TO CRITICS I ILLII1UIO LHIIHIHIVLllOi Past Week. PASTOR IS SENTENCED. !-Rer. James n. Knye, Coiner, to Leave Wheatoif C'hiirBo for Prison. Rev. James It. Knyc, scholar, lecturer .nd pastor of the First Congregational church of Whoaton,' lias been sentenced to serve two yea i n in the government prison nt Leavenworth for having made and passed counterfeit money. The term was imposed by Judge J. Otis Humphrey of the federal court in Springfield, where the pastor recently was found guilty by a jury. The minister now is, in the Springfield jail, and will be talccn to the Kansas federal prison within a few days. Dr. Kayo's downfall came ns a result of -the discovery, in a house formerly occupied by him in Lincoln of a set of molds for the manufacture of counterfeit money. He formerly was pastor of the Firnt Congregational chuivh in Lincoln and when ' he moved neglected to take...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 January 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. rUBUSHBD EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Tour months $1.50 .75 . .50 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1908. Jacob Wagner transacted busi ness in Dixon Monday. Geo. Baker and snmiiy spent Sundaj in Franklin Grove. Will Hart went to Dixon Mon day afternoon on business. Georire Siephan was home over Sunday from Sterling-. House and three lots for sale, 37t22 James Leidy. Marcus Gonnerman went to Dixon Monday to visit relatives. Hay For Sale Parties wishing Hay call on Geo. Beach. 47t2 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore were up from Dixon over Sundaj. jDr. S. C. Gould was a passengkt to Chicago Thursday morning. Mrs. Wm. Batchelor and daughter Sarah were Dixon visitors Thursday. Roscoe Keith of Franklin Grove transacted businesss in Ashton Saturday. Miss Gertie Fell went to Rochelle Thursday for a visit with Mrs. Pearl Billmire. Dan VYilli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 January 1908

SEASONABLE JL GOODS. Lard Presses, Meat Grinders, Butcher Knives, Butcher Steels, Meat Saws, We can supply your wants. Moore & Glenn ASHTON, ILLINOIS. J fiends II Dix- were were were " " - A Anti-Pessimist Full Train of Litchfield Manure Spreader. 27 Cars Worth $20,000 Trcm Litch field Mfg. to Winneapclis ri Tfi esifm acB 1 ntsTire To su p pry'Tti e wi'nier-abif irArry" 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. The Gazette $1.50 per year' Will Tetrie was a Chicago visitor Thursday. Ed. Shippee was a Chicago visitor last week. Chas. Kerstcn was a Koihelle visitor Saturday. T. H. Quick went to I'liicajjo Thursday morning. IJ. J. A. Greise tr;i dieted business in Dixon Friday. Miss Marv Koat visite in Roclielle Saturday. Isaat Trask came up fr on Saturday afternoon. John Reitz and fami; Rochelle visitors Sat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 January 1908

OVEB SEAS. birds, flying over the sons . , Journey, till each tiny wing Wearies of weight that it hears, f Fears that it never may bring Sweet songs again to the breeze, Dear songs to shadow ing trees I Above, swift clouds, and the wind, ; A cruel, relentless sky ! Below the waves toss and rage Weary, the small wings that fly, Dread waves, with rolling and roar, To birds' hearts, longing for shore ! Birds flying over the seas Falter and fall, weary, worn, Into, the grasp of the waves, Into the billows, unshorn, Gently, as into a nest. Upborne, to float and to rest ! Fnint heart, the trouble that waits In dark guise, may mean for thee Sweet rest, beyond thy wild dreams, As, 'nenth the bird, lies the sea! A strength far greater than thine Upholds thee why then repine! -Boston Journal. mmmimmmmmmm I THE BOSS mmmmm Ejion Shumway had his doubts about xuaftjiug for twenty odd years from the time ho watched with anxiety the gipi'th of hair uxin his upper lip to tleh)criod when ho noted wit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 January 1908

REV. TROUTM AN SENDS BEST WISHES FOR PE-RU-NA Rev. George A. E. Troutmari Washington, Mo., Writes, "My Wife and I Are Strong y Believers in Pe-ru-na." Catarrh and La Grippe. Bev. Geo. A. E. Troutman, Mt. Washington. Mo., wrlf.oa: 'M wifn and I aro Btronrr heliavers in Perima. "JH TF" wff 0wh XJS f AtkJMf' I was cured of a bad case of catarrh when nothing else that I tried had any effect. My wife was cured from a severe case of la grippe, and we feel that the least we can do is to gratefully acknowledge the merit of Peruna. "My wife joins me in sending best wishes for your suqeess." Throat Trouble. Eev. H. W. Tate, 920 Lincoln Avenue, Ask Your Druggist for Free SIGEC HEADACHE Positively cored by CARTER'S these tattle f uis. They also relieve Distress trom Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect remITTLC PILLS I Drowsiness, Bad Taste 1 Sm la the Mouth, Coated A Tongue. Pain In the Side, TORPID LIVER. Uiey regulate tie Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL SMALL DGSE, SM...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 January 1908

I) STATE CIVIL SERVICE SECOND ANNUAL REPORT HAS JUST BEEN COMPLETED. Some Remarkable Work Accomplished by the CommissionAll Positions Have Now Been Filled. Springfield, Jan. 21, 1908. The secend annual report of the Illinois ivil service commission, which has Just been completed, shows the portions in the 17 state charitable institutions' filled and leaves the commission with eligible lists for all but a few classes of positions. During the year 1907 1,912 appoiutments were made against 1,468 lor 1906. The commission conducted 431 examinations in 24 different cit - ies in the state. During the year ending December 31, 1907, 3,193 applications wore received; of this number 2.SS8 were notified for examinations and 1,535 were examined. The ex - penses of the commission for the year wero 1 8,030.39. Promotion on Merit. During !he year the commission ,ti ,.mifo r.,first assistant rhvsician, or chief of the medical staff, eye surgeons and ear surgeoi:s. assistant eye and ear surgeons, sup...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 January 1908

- "1" The AsriT Gazette: OH 1 I '49. AMATEUR BLACK FACE IDE GOOD Highest Priced Audience Ever in Opera House LOCAL HITS AND SONGS FROM END MEN PLEASED Musical Number by Ladiei were cellent and Costumes Were of the Dantiest. ExThe Home Talent Minstrel show given at the Opera House tast Friday evening' drew the highest priced house ever held since it has been built, there being 368 reserved seats sold in advance. The stage was fitted up with special sittings and the artists were dressed in special costumes. The four end men were dressed in creamy white. Mr. John Charters and orchestra of three, consisting of Carl Bode, cornet; George Orner, clarinet; and A. J. Orner, violin; were elevated in real minstrelsy style. There was one grand roar of applause as the curtain arose at 8:15. The opening overture was ''Listen to the Minstrel Band." The first number of the evening's program was an end song by Mr. Fred Wood, entitled, "Where Is Brown." Mr. Wood was supported by the company in the ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 January 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOI8. DIES BEFORE $03,000 COMES. Inventor Breathes Last in Dire Poverty, but Had Fortune Won. Charles G. Biedinger. an inventor, wns found dead in his room in c cheap lodging-house in Troy, X. Y. He had been in extreme want lately, but had just learned that the Superior Court nt Cincinnati had decided a patent right claim in his favor, awarding him $03,000 and interest upon it for several years. His invention, a machine for making paper wrappers, was patented by his financial backer, who refused an accounting when Biedinger was discharged from a sanitarium, where he had been ill. Biedinger was so reduced in circumstances that he was recently employed as a dish-washer in the Young Men's Christian Association restaurant. ADOPT UNIFORM DIVORCE LAW. Xeague for Protection of the Family Hears of Work Accomplished. Members of the National League for the I'rotection of the Family gathered at the Episcopal diocesan house in Boston for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 January 1908

BATTLE ROYAL IN THE CHICAGO CONVENTION Illinois State Jfotos Record of Events of the r PRESIDENTIAL CAM PAIGNS SINCE 1856. Past Week. Good Things to Cut Out. and Save for Reference. t BICH ILLINOIS WOMAN DIES. 'Urn. Bradley, Icrln, Leave Kxlute Mrs. Lydia K. Bradley, one of the rich est women in Illinois, died in Peoria, aged 92 years. Her fortune is estimated nt .$4,000,1100. She was the founiJer of the Bradley Polytechnic institute and of the Bradley Home for Aged Women Besides ' she contributed liberally to charity. 'The Bradley" institute, ori which she expended thousands of dollars, was erected as a memorial lo her children. The late Dr. Harper, president of the University of 'Chicago, was associated with her, plan"iiing and directing the work. Mrs. Brad ley was horn in Switzerland county, Iniilinnn, was eilncated in a mud plastered log school house, and wove her husband's wedding suit upon a hand loom. She .came of stanch old revolutionary stock, her father. Zealy .Moss, being...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 January 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUILISHER. PUBUSHBS EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Sis months, f oar months $1.50 .75 .50 JCntered at the postoffice in Ashton., Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 60. THURSDAY, JAN. 30, 1908. Fred Wood was a Chicago is itor Monday. Nathan Burhenn was a Dixon visitor Monday. Geo. W. Kme returned from Chicago Friday. Guy Miller of Dixon was up on business Friday. P. F. Cleary went to Dixon Monday morning. W. B. McCrea was a business caller in Rochelle Friday. John H. Griese and wife were visitors in Dixon Monday. P. J. McMillan was a business caller in Chicago Tuesday. Ray Jennings was a passenger io Rochelle Sunday evening. Philip Erich went to Chicago Monday morning on business. Miss Alice Bates visited with Creston relatives over Sunday. Supervisor John M. Trostle went to Dixon Monday morning George Danekas was here from West Chicago to visit his parents. John H. Kersten transacted business in Franklin Grov...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 January 1908

Zhe HeasonWbv Keen Kutter Jixes are the Best They are made from the finest grade of cruicable steel. The axe is so shaped that it gives the greatest chopping power with the least exertion. ,The handles are made of the very best grade of second growth hickory. The axes are all locked fast to the handles with the G-rellner lock wedge and positively will not get loose. We sell them for $1.00. Ask us about our new premium offer. Moon & Glenn Jlsbton, Winds. T Morals attii prannals j a- We Are Showing a SEED CORN GRADER Corn from which has dropped from planter as high as 400 hills without missing 1 one hill. We sell the GENUINE RACINE MILLS . if DEERING BINDER TWINE Every Pound of finished measured. We are taKing orders for a less price than last year. O. W. GRIFFITH ASHTON, - - ILLINOIS- The-GAZKTTK $1.50 per year Grafton Self was up from Dixon last week. P. F. Clear? was a Rochelle visitor Thursday. Win. Schade was a Rochelle visitor Thursday. Drummond's Stock Sale Tuesday ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 January 1908

LIUNETTE. Llnnette, the widow's daughter, ' What 'i merry tune she sings, And iier feet they fly along the grass Like little milk-white wings! In her life, and in the season "Tis the golden edge o'-th' May, And her heart is like a flower that Hen i In the sunshine all the day. The cows that feed in the meadow, '.They know her song like a call; And lift their heads from the clover, And follow her, one and all; Along the daisied hillsides. And through the valleys green,. '.-N. As loyal to the little maid As subjects to their queen. ; Seeing her you would say the year Had stolen the tender streaks ' From all the wildings of Jthe; woods, And put theni.jn her cheeks. '.. Llnnette, .the jjjrtfiow's daughter, She is faii; and she is gay, And I would thai .for her beauty's sake It might be (always May. New Xork Ledger. ( Her Old Admirer Litfle Mrs. Griswold opened the doorhersolf, being without a maid at the time. The, . Mil -wire rather dark and the light was at her back, so she recognized...

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