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

House Cleaning Time! Is now at hand. Curtain stretchers, step ladders and carpet beaters are now the rage. We have a, full line of these goods at special prices. Curtain Stretchers made of good clear dry bass wood with adjustable hooks. Hooks are made of brass, nickle plated and wont spot the curtains Price SI. SO. The same stretcher with stationary hooks we sell at 85 cents. Good 6 foot step ladders, just the thing for house use. Why try to clean hduse without a, ladder? Tliey are only 50c each. Regular 10 cent tack hammers 5 cts each. We give 1000 good steel cut tacks for 5 cents. Strong, durable, wire carpet beaters. We sell them 15 and 20 cents. MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, - j& Illinois. I 0. W. Griffith, Jfshton, Winds. FURNITURE Go-Carts, the latest styles. The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet The Best1 Cabinet Made UNGER'S Rochelle, - - - Illinois. Furniture (EL Carpet Room 216-218 West First Street Phone 161. Great Honse-furnisMnff Concern of Nortea Illinois l Deer...

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

LAVENDER LEAVES. The waving corn war grpin and gold, The damask rosea blown, The bees and busy spinning-wlied Kept up a drowsy drone, When Mistress Standish, folding down Her linon. white as snow. Between it laid the lavender, One summer long ago. fhe slender spikes of grayish green, Still moist . with morning dew, Recalled a garden sweet with box Beyond the ocean blue An English garden, quaint and old, She nevermore might know; And ao she dropped a homesick tear That summer long ago. The yellow sheets grew worn and thin, And fell in many a Rhred ; Some went to bind a soldier's wounds And some went to shroud the dead. And Mistress Standish rests her soul Where graves their shadows throw And violets blossom, planted there In summers long ago. But still between the royal roseAnd lady-lily tall Springs up the modest lavender Beside the cottage wall. The spider spreads her gossamer Across it to and fro The ghost of linen laid to bleach One summer long ago. --New England Magazine. Uncle ...

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

SLEEP BEOICEH BY ITCHING. souiua Covered Whole Bodr for Year No lteltef Until Cntlonral Remedlea Prove a Success. "For a year I have hnd what they call eczema. I had an itching all over my body, and when I would retire for the night It would keep me awake- half the night, and the more I would acrati-h, the more It would itch. I tried all kinds of remedies, but could get no reief. "I used one cake Cutieura Soap, one box of Cutieura. and two vials of Cuti eura Resolvent Pills, which cost me a dollar and twenty-five cents in all, and am very glad I tried them, for I was completely cured. Walter W. Paglusch, 207 N. Robey St., Chicago, 111., Oct. 8 and 16, 1900." It Depended. English John and Pat were two friendly workmen, wjho were constant ly tilting, each one trying to outwit the other. "Are you good at measurement?" asked John. "I am that," said Pat, quickly. "Then could you tell me how many shirts I could get out of a yard," asked John. " t "Sure," said Pat, "it depends on whose yar...

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

at Sled's. I ersonal3temg Miss lliitne Bowers spent Thursday in Dixon. Mrs. Geo. wrirhth was a visi tor in Dixon Thursday. C. M. Sworm was up from Dix on Saturday on business. Mrs. LoiiM Siiidltngrer was a Dixon visit v Thursday. Mrs. W. A. Hunt visited rela tives in Rochelle Friday. M;irt Burn i. mi transacted business in CliK iio Saturday. John G;i: 'i.-tt of Lee Center was trading in A-liton Saturday. Brick Mi ; 1 r or bcarboro was trading- in Ashton Saturday. Harry N. ss was a caller Dixon Satiiv.hiy on business Will Ha ! transacted business in Dixon Tinirsday and Friday., Rey. rind Mrs. J. II. Johnson were visitors in Dixon Saturday. Mrs. John Walters and daughter were Dixon visitors Saturday. Mr. Yeardiv of near Rochelle was shopping in Ashton Thursday. Born to Mrs. Pearl Billmire of Rochelle, 'Tuesday. March 31, a son. Assessor 1- rank H. Bassler was a business c i Her in Dixon Monday. Miss Cora I'ayne and daughter Lillian speni Saturday in Rockford. Misses Amanda and Emma Me...

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

JLi 1 Q VOL. XIV. NO. 8. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, APRIL 16,1908. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. y ME TO BE BUILT Four New Residences Are To Be Erected This Summer WILL BE MODEL RESIDENCES Will Add Materially in Number to Ash ton Present Fine Residence. There will be quite a lot of buildine- done in Ashton this year ann there are four houses to be built that are known ot as positive and a couple more houses may be erected before the season ends. Dell Clark was down from Rochelle Monday morning to make arrangements to move the James Leidy house preparatory to erecting a fine house on the property. Mr. Clark will get to work on the house in about six weeks. He will buijd a residence 26x34 to contain seyen rooms and a bath, four rooms downstairs and three rooms and bath upstairs. The en'tire house will be finished in oak and will be heated by a furnace. Friend Smith expects to build two houses this coming1 season, just north of the present three houses in Smith's addition. The plans are ...

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

EASTER EGGS. New In Id eggs arc Easter tokens. Given on tlie ISasier morn, Typifying new IIif" vising. As from cijgs most things are born, But ils old symliollc language In our day is herded not. l-'or. while iMistoins are continued, lii'r their meaning Is forgot. Easier ecrffs thus spoke with wisdom To our Saxon fathers great ; 3S'ow we often see usurp them Cards cuilKssed on silt edged plate, But the ielt and Saxon learned From the church that (lod was found Even in an eggshell showing Life, that mystery profound. Saxons tell me. snld the preacher. Which was first, the eggs or hen ; Can the goddess Hnstcr answer Or her priests or wisest men? Then of (iod and Christ he told them, And with egg, he did unfold All the story of creation To those Saxon wurriors bold. Since that day eggs are a symbol Of the Christian faith and hope; Halleluiahs heavenward rising Since, then make the seedlings one. And the spring light warm doth hasten with new Mir for Knster day. Brightening lite and bri...

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

NO ONE CAN ALWAYS AVOID Many people persist in riding on the hv ilnfhino- They start out perhaps in the heat of the day and do not feel the need of wraps. The rapid moving of the car cools the body unduly. When they board the car perhaps they are slightly perspiring. When the body is in this condition it is easily chilled. This is especially true when a person is sitting. Beginning a street car ride in the middle of the day and ending it in the evening almost invariably requires extra wraps, but people do not observe these precautions, hence they catch cold. Colds are very frequent In the spring on this account, and as the summer advances, they do not decrease. During the spring months, no one should think of riding on the car without being provided with a wrap. A cold caught in the spring is liable to last through the entire summer. Great caution should be observed at this season against exposure to cold. , During the first few pleasant days of spring, the liability of catching col...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 April 1908

F Illinois Congressman States His f Views in the House of Representatives. jzl DEFENDS FARMERS' INSTITUTES Thinks They Are a Great Sonrce of Benellt to Farming l(jifclk1 Communities-Should ; 1 lie Kiicouruged. Wapl'inpton, D. C, April IS. Tlie Other d:iy, when tlie lower house of congress h:ul under consklenition, tU" bill ninkins .iiiiiropriiitions for the department of nsii'iculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, l'.X.O, the following provision in the bill was opposed by some of the eastern congressmen, also other n.eml.ers who repre ent city districts, who are not familiar with the Rood nork of the farmers' Institutes, so popular in the middle and western states: "Provided, Jhat not to exceed $10,. 000 may lie used by the secretary of agriculture to investigate and report CONGRESSMAN" FRANK O. LOWDEN. tipon the organization and progress o' farmers' institutes and aia-trultuT..! fichools in the several states and territories, and ir:ou similar organisations in foreign countri...

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

if i"? Stands Like a Stone Wall Turns Cattlo, Horses, Hogs Is Practically Indestructible II : y -i WAS ACHINE M ft; " i..t-c A-i We have a few of these $6.00 machines to sell at $4.50 each. Moore & Glenn, Ashton, Illinois, Deere Corn Planter, the Kind to Buy. 'J .'rja"- I 20. fiFWfift, J?s;to, Illinois. THE CHICKEN'S FRIENDS HESS PANACEA Cures disease ami makes hens lay. HESS INSTANT LOUSE KILL En 1 In sifter cans. Both articles have been thoroughly tested by our customers and gives good satisfaction. Lee's Lice Killer in half ami out' :alKn cans.' We can suppl) you with Lee's Hand Sprayer for using' the Lice Killer. Oyster shells, grit, chick food etc. always in stock. CHARTERS "STORE 81 Is your subscription paid? The Gazette $1.50 per yearMrs. Ora Beach was a Ro- chelle visitor Saturday. Philip Eirich transacted busi ness in Chicago Monday. II. J. Thomas transacted business in Peoria hist week. Will Sdwtde transacted busi ness in DeKalb Monday. Attorney aid Mrs. Myers ...

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

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher, ABHTON, - - - ILLINOIS. NEW ANARCHY CHECK URGED BY PRESIDENT THE QUADRENNIAL CYCLONE WORK or CONGRESS TOVJSTD AFTEB 26 YEARS. Bayer Who Fled After Crime Becomes Respected Citizen. In a western city lives a prominent and respected citizen from whom the Supreme Court of New York the other day removed the stigma of an indictment which was returned twenty-six years ago charging John Taylor with the death of Thomas Murray. The present home of Taylor and the name under which he has smce lived, married and risen to the head f a big mercantile establishment, are Qwn.Q but three men in Kingston, 5f. Y., and Lis Secret will b5 ff 'a. Tavlr's Identity was made !ftown by mm 16 flie court after 1 search which covered two ooitiPShts and took several years, fc&3 Trtjen abandoned. Throwing himself upon the mercy of the prosecutor, Taylor inTited an inquiry into his life for the past quarter of a' century. This was made, nd it proved so satis...

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

ILLINOIS STATE NEWS 1 RECORD OF EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK TIRE JWEEPS JOLIET BLOCK. Monroe Building Destroyed and Whole City Threatened. In the most disastrous fire Joliet has had for. years, the Ed S. Munroe block, in tlu renter of tha business district, was destroyed at noon Saturday, occasioning a loss of $130,000, with $110,000 insurance. The building was occupied by the Barrett Hardware Company, the Joliet National bank, the offices of the Order of tin' While Cross and a number of professional men. Although the exact cause of the lire has not been determined, Edward Barrett,-secretary, of the Barrett Hardware Company, in the basement of whose store the fire originated, believes it started l'i'oin electric light wires. The fire started in the northeast corner of the struc ture and spread with such rapidity that many of the occupants had narrow escapes from death and the structure itself was practically destroyed within two hours. So rapidly did the flames pro gross that before she...

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

T NEW EASTER SUITS FROM $8.30 TO $22. Uye Correct Styles Hart, Scliaffner 8c Marx and Despress Loewenstein The Latest in 6imbal Hats. Nothing-Better Prices $1, $2 and & $3 Silver shirts and collars. The Anandale is the latest in the lay down collar. It's just the thing. Boys Suits, Caps, Hats, Shoes, and Shirts at right prices. E. S. ROSECRANS ASHTON Successor to W. B. Huether. ILLINOIS. r" Rape Seed, Oyster Shells, Little Chick Teed, Grit, Scratch Tcod Charcoal Beef Scraps. Smiths Pharmacy Jlsbton, Illinois. We fiave Just fteceived a Hew Supply of Batteries. Will Hart transacted business in Dixon Monday. Mrs. Howard Quick was a Rochelle visitor Friday. Mrs. J. M. Trostle went to Franklin Grove Thursday. Adam Messer went to West .Chicago Saturday evening. Dr. II. A. Brernmer transacted business in Chicago Friday. W. W. Webster transacted business in Aurora Saturday. Ed. Ainsworth of Sterling- was here on business Saturday morning. Andrew Reinhart and son were Rochelle vi...

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

ASHT(n THE VOL. XIV. NO. 9. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, APRIL 23,1908. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. BECOMES A GREAT CITY IN 10 DECADES Oklahoma City Is Main Dis tributing Point for the South West MANUFACTURERS " AND WHOLESALE ESTABLISHMENTS DO BIG BUSINESS Rev. J. R. Hamilton WriUi of the Wonderful Growth of Oklahoma City Upon the Celebration of it Nineteenth Birthday. Oklahoma City. April 22 Nineteen years ago today Okla homa City, Minerva like, sprang into being from the silent prairies of this one-time Indian land. At sunrise a watering tank for Santa Fe trains marked the spot'. At sunset was to be found a respectable city with municipal organization, streets, business and homes. A week later this new born city could boast of a population of 5(100 or more, and on her nineteenth birthday, is a me'tropolitan city of 45,000. Oklahoma City is located within just seven miles of the geographical center Qf the new state and stands alone as the distributing point of the great South West. H...

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

THE ASHTOIM GAZETTE, RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTON, ILLINOIS. USE HEROES IN LIVING CHAIN. Members of Force Off Duty Make Thrilling New York Rescue. Two firemen who were taking a day off made a thrilling rescue on the top floor of a burning tenement on Third avenue. New York, by forming a human chain from the coping of an adjoining bouse and swinging to safety George Deitz, who had been caught by the fire in the hallway of the building. Firemen Dugan and Sythes were off duty, but were near the place when the alarm was sounded. They climbed into the building next door and appeared on the coping, which was several feet higher than the window in which Deitz was standing. They called to Deitz to climb out on the window sill. Then Sythes crawled headfirst to the edge of the coping, Dugan holding his feet. Slowly and carefully the perilous feat of gaining a swing so that Sythes could reach Deitz's hands was accomplished. Held fast by the firemen, Deitz let go of the window casing and fo...

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

FIRE LOSS $18,09010 i -HI PjJNQIS STATE NEWS hlfe , RECORD OF EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK I IN SUBURB OF TINDS CASH AFTER 100 YEAES. Colonial BIIIh Discovered Brtwecn I.eaveM of Olil lllhle. A family Hihlo appears to be ns snfe a place to keep money ns a snfe deposit -vault. Walter Kraft of 19 l'ine street, Belleville, has nearly $1,000 worth of Colonial money that was hidden in a family Millie for 100 years without being discovered. When Kraft came into possession of this old Bible, a short time ago, he glanced through it out of curiosity. It had been the property of his great luncle, John H. Dennis, one of the early -settlers of Illinois. In the books of Exodus he found several colonial bills of various denominations. Some of the money had been issued during the "thirteen! h year of the reign of his majesty, George III. of England," by the colonies. Each bill bore the imprint of the printer and one of them was found to have come from the press of Benjamin Franklin. On -the back of eac...

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

I r THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AMD PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year Stx months, Four months $1.50 .75 .50 Entered at the postoffice in Ash ton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY, ARR. 23, 1908. Legal notices. ADMIN1STRAT0H S NOTICE. Estate of Mi jah T. liecd deceasedThe undersigned, having been appointed Administrator of the Estate of Abijah T. Reed Deceased, hereby given notice that he will appear before the County Court of Lee County, at the Court House in the city of Dixon atthe July Term, on the first Monday in July next, at which time all persons having claims against said Estate are notified and requested to attend ior the purpose of having the same adjusted. All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 20th day of Apr. A. D. 1908. ALBERT h. Reed, Administrator. J. W. Watts, Atty. 9t3 Executor's Notice. Estate of Erastus Anderson Deceased. ...

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

- - Am . n Stands Like a Stone Wall Turns Cattle, Horses, Hogs Is Practically Indestructlbfe If orata attft jfergmtala II I X 1 fl I WASH MACHINE fr nsmr .'-lil "We have a few of these $6.00 machines to sell at $4.50 each. Moore &. Glenn, Ashton, Illinois. ..j Deere Corn Planter, the Kind to Buy. - ' 0. 01 6W7fc J7s)to, 7i;?0s. THE CHICKEN'S FRIENDS HESS PANACEA Cures disease and makes hen lay, HESS INSTANT LOUSE KILLER In sifter cans. Both articles liave been thoroughly tested by our customers and gives good satisfaction. Lee's Lice Killer in half and one ;allon cans. We can supply you with Lee's Hand Sprayer for using the Lice Killer. Oyster shells, grit, chick food etc. always in stock. CHARTERS STORE FURNITURE Go-Carts, the latest styles. The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet The Best Cabinet Made UNGER'S Rochelle, Illinois. Is your subscription paid? Eisenbkro for photographs. The Gazette $1.50 per fearIsaac Earl was a visitor in IJixon Monday. Mrs. Pfetzing went to Dixon Sat...

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

AT SEA. Brown-faced sailor, toll mo true Our sliip I feur is but illy thriving, Some clouds are black and some are blue. The women are huddl.Ml together below, Above the captain treads to and fro; Tell' nie, for who shall tell but you. Whither away our ship is driving! The wind is blowing a storm this way, The bubbles in my face nre winking 'Tis growing dark in the middle of day, And I cannot see the good green land. Nor a ridge of rock, nor a belt of sand ; O, kind sailor, speak and say, How long might a Ifftle boat be sink ing? More saucily the bubbles wink : God's mercy keep us from foul weather, And from drought with nothing but brine to drink. I dreamed of a ship with her ribs stove in, Last night, and waking thought of my sin ; How long would a strong man swim, d'ye think, If we were all in th' sea together? The sailor frowned a bitter frown. And answered, "ay, there will be foul weather All men must die, and some must drown, And there isn't water enough in the sea To cleanse ...

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

HE COME AND SEE SIGN This sign is permanently attached to the front of the main building of the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Company, Lynn, Mass. What Does This Sign Mean ? It means that public inspection of the Laboratory and methods of doing business is honestly desired. Itmeans that there is nothing about the business which is not "open and aboveboard." ..... It means that a permanent invitation is extended to anyone to come and verify any and all statements made in the advertisements of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Is it a purely vegetable compound made from roots and herbs without drugs ? Come and See. Do the women of America continually use as much of it as we are told ? Come and See. wTna n,am oTior nnnh a rterson as Lydia E. Pinkham, and is there any Mrs. Pinkham now to wuoiu biuk. woman are asked to write ? Come and See. Is the vast private correspondence with sick women conducted by women only, and are the letters kept strictly confidential ? Come and See. it- v,q,7...

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

NEW EASTER SUITS FROM $8.50 TO $22. Uye Correct Styles Hart, Schaffner & Marx and Despress Loewenstein The Latest in Gimbal Hats. Nothing Better Prices $1. $2 and & $3 Silver shirts and collars. The Anandale is the latest in the lay down collar. It's just the thing. Boys Suits, Caps, Hats, Shoes, and Shirts at right prices. E. S. ROSECRANS' ASHTON Successor to W. B. Huether. ILLINOIS. s... School Votes.; Chas. E. Arnoul A, Editor ersonaOtemsi Fred Wood spent Saturday in Chicago. Mrs. Geo. Puttnan spent Friday in Rochelle. J. B. Farver and family visited Nachusa relatives. Post cards 75 cents per dozen at Eisenberg's studio. Mrs. M. W. Good was a visitor in Dixon Monday. Miss Etnma C. Krug was home over Sunday from Polo. C. A. Bnrnham was here over Sunday visiting his family. Fred Schrmer of Amboy was trading in Ashton Saturday. J. R. Titus of Flagg transacted business in Ashton Saturday. Miss, Ada Moore visited 'over Sunday with Dixon relatives. Pictures at a...

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