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

ASHTN H H iii JUL aaJu IE- VOL. XIV. NO. 10. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AI'KIL 30, 1908. 1.50 PER YEAK IN ADVAXCE. 1 - RULES GOVERNING SOUVENIR POSTALS Should Be More Generally Understood Than They Are MANY HUNDREDS MAILED HERE Special Rates Charged on Special Do signs. Otherwise They Never Reach Intended Haven. The usual sprine trade in postal cards and the consequent large number which has been passing through the channels of the mails has in no small way caused inconvenience to the postal clerks throughout the country, and it is deemed advis able that the Ash ton postal card( dealers who have a large call for the goods display instructions in regard to the mailing of such. This would be in the nature of a favor to the postal author ities, and at the same time would greatly benefit some patrons who do not understand what the exact rates charged on special designs or postal cards are. It must be generally understood, first that the tinsel post cards, unless mailed in envelopes, ar...

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

SOLDIEES OF FOBTTJNB. To-day we have journeyed far. My heart and I ; Came home at dusk 'neath a star Hung keen and high. The morn was a blade of steel Scabbard of white Bonnie and brave to feel In burnished light. Aa we footed the open road We sang the sun: Love was the debt we owi The day begun. The hills were abrupt and blueCastles of kings, To be won and wandered through For precious things. Noon and the long afternoon Gladness and hope i And a shadow that walked too soon The westward slope. So Is the wild world won By them who roam; But best of the day that is done The door of home. -Emery Pottle, in Success Magazine. I THE REVERIE Some occult power drove away the reverie that gripped him. He awoke with a start and discovered that he was five stations beyond his destination. He also discovered a pair of most Interesting brown eyes staring at him and a quizzical smile dimpling the features of an exceedingly pretty young woman. He quickly crossed the car and seated himself by her ...

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

HAD CATARRH Jllllll Congressman; SS Meekison '0iMim Gives . Praise lpMlirl Pe-ru-na l'W For .f m His Relief 1 CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON COMMENDS PE-RU-NA. "Tiavi? used several bottles of Peruna and I feel greatly benefited I thereby from my catarrh of the head. I feel encouraged to believe that ) A If I use It a short time longer I will be fully able to eradicate the S disease of thirty years' standing." David Meekison. OTHPD DFM APfcTARI F SI IRES. Mr. Jacob L. Davis, Galena. Stone county, Mo., writes : "I have been in bad health for thirty-seven years, and after taking twelve bottles of your Peruna I am cured." Mr. C. N. Peterson, 132 South Main St., Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes: "I cannot tell you how much good Peruna has done me. Constant confinement in my store began to tell on my health and I felt that I was gradually breaking down. I tried several remedies,, but obtained no permanent relief until I took I eruna.v I felt better immediately, and fiveottles restored me to complete he...

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

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. 65. THURSDAY, ARR. 30, 1908. Legal notices. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Estate offibijah T. Reed de ceasedThe undersigned, having been ap pointed Administrator of the Estate of Abijah T Reed Deceased, hereby fives notice that he will appear be fore the County Court of Lee County, at the Court House in the city of Dixon at the July Term, on the first Monday in July next, at which time all per .sons having claims against said Estate are notified and requested to attend for the purpose of having the -same ad justed. All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make iminedi ate payment to the undersigned. Dated this 20th day of Apr. A. D. 1908, ALBERT L. Reed, Administrator. J. W. Watts, Atty. 9t3 IS'Executor's Notice. Estate of Erastus Anderson Dece...

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

Its the perfect adjustment and quality of the material which makes our mowers the easiest running and fast est cutters for ordinary use on the market. Prices 'from $2.50 to $7.50 each. I I I Another strong line with us. We buy the manufacturer's samples which means 20 per cent off to you. . , Thoroughly warranted, for grass or weeds 75 cents each. Keen Kutter grass sickles 35c, i Pruning shears 35c Grass shears 25c MOORE & GLENN ASHTON, " ILLINOIS. Deere Corn Planter, the Kind to Buy. 0. W. Griffith, Jfsbton, Illinois. LAWN MOWER SEASON Tirids us well supplied with Lawn Mowers from $2.50 up Mn 'MM&lP ITtHliMIIUL v. We can show you an excellent 16 inch, high wheel ball bearing machine at $6.50. Grass catchers all styles, lawn rakes, hoes, spades, forks etc. CHARTERS' STORE. SPECIAL SALE EVERY SATURDAY FOR ONE MONTH. THE FOLLOWING CIQARS, 7 FOR 25C San Felice, James Baley, Little Tom, Gold Crown, Henry George, Owl, Mentosa, Key West Sublime, R. B's. George Maso...

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

OF OPENING OP THE BASEBALL SEASON. THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ILLINOIS. FIGHT FOB THE PENNANTS. Standing of Clubs in Principal Base Sail Leagues. NATIONAL LEAGUE. W. L. W. L. Chicago 7 a Brooklyn. .. . 4 5 New York... 6 3 Cincinnati .. . 4 5 Pittsburg... . 5 4 Philadelphia.. 4 5 Boston 4 5 St. Louis 2 " AMERICAN LEAGUE. W. St. Louis.. . . 7 New York... 6 Cleveland... 5 Boston 0 L. W. 3 Philadelphia. 5 3 Chicago 4 3 Detroit 2 4 Washington.. 2 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. W. L. W. Toledo 7 1 Louisville 5 Columbus... S '1 Minneapolis.. 2 Indianapolis. 0 3 Kansas City. 2 Milwaukee... 0 4 St. Paul 0 WESTERN LEAGUE. W. L. W. Denver 9 1 Dos Moines. . 3 Sioux City.. (1 2 Lincoln 3 Omaha 0 2 Pueblo 1 WESTERN MOB HANGS GAMBLER. Citizens of Skidoo, Cal., Overpower Sheriff and Lynch Murderer. On a recent night a band of citizens at Skidoo, a camp in California, fifty-five miles south of Kh.volite, Xev., overpowered a sheriff's guard and hanged Joseph Simpson, the gambler, who shot n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 April 1908

"EARLY RESIDENT OP METROPOLIS Chicago's First White Baby, Llvlno; at Normal, Silver Haired Woman. The remarkable distinction of being the first white child born in Chicago following its incorporation' as a city belongs to .Mrs. Margaret Ellen Liscom, now a silvery haired old woman who is spending 'her declining days at the home of her daughter in Normal, the educational suburb of Bloomlngton. Mrs. Liscom wis born in. Chicago March 3, 1836. She was surrounded at her birth by Indian squaws. Her first bath was taken in a tub made from a hollow log and the water was taken from Lake Michigan. She was rocked to sleep In a cradle of bark and .attended by little Indian maids, who viewrd the white child with gteat curiosity. Indian mothers from all over the vicinity .came to see her, and the "pale face" baby -was a great curiosity. Mrs. Liscom's parents were Mr. and Mrs. James Kenzie. They came west soon after their marriage in Virginia and settled in Fort Dearborn. 'The father of Mrs. Lisco...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 April 1908

I 1 E. H. Good transacted business in Dixon Tuesday. Mrs. Wesley Beach was a Dixon visitor Tuesday. Kinory Wolf was a visitor in Sterling: Tuesday. Miss Mary Shoemaker went to Dixon Tuesday to visit friends. J. F. Cooke was a passenger to Chicago Tuesday afternoon. Frank Hart was a business caller in Dixon Monday. Tissue paper for May baskets at the Gazette Book Stoke. Theo. J. Miller was up from Dixon Thursday on business. Dr. Wni. Petersmyer was a Rochelle caller Thursday morning. Mrs. O. W. Griffith and daughter were Dixon visitors Thursday. Miss Sarah Batchelor was a Rochelle visitor Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dean visited relatives at Mendota over Sunday. P. J. McMillan and Eva Moon were Rochelle visitors Thursday murning. Dr. E. M. Sheldon was a business caller in Dixon and Sterling Saturday. Justus Wagner went to Chicago Saturday morning to spend a couple days. Sophia Hotzel had anDoperation last week in Rockford for appendicitis. Mrs. Justus Wagner and children vis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 May 1908

r: ASHTON H r LxjiiCj 11 ii JCdo VOL. XIV. NO. 11. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1908. f 1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. By Body Was Found East Town by Brakeman of BOTH LEGS AND AN ARM GUT OFF; SKULL CRUSHED Letters in Russian May Indentify BodyHad Sent Large Sums of Money to Jedlinsk, Russia. The badly mutilated body of a Russian was found on the east bound track about 11:30 Sunday evening by the head brakeman of an east bound stock train. The body was found quite a little distance east of the east end switches. The trunk of the man was found between the rails and parts of the body was scattered on both sides of '' the track. Night agent Fred Wood was notified, who in turn notified Agent McMillan who with some helpers went out and picked up the body and brought it to the' town hall. The body was very badly mutilated, hands and legs cut off, skull I crushed etc and it was impossible to mate out his features or deter mine his age. Coroner Chas. T. Smith of Atnboy was notiffed and arri...

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

0 SEASON 07 TO CYCL0OT. THE ASHTON GAZETTE. WORK OF CONGRESS RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. 200 LIVES ARE LOS ASHTON. - - - ILLINOIS. 37 SNOW AND FROST SMITE. rail Covers Ohio and Portions of Pennsylvania and Kentucky. A snowstorm raged Thursday over Obio mnd portions of Pennsylvania and Kentucky, working havoc to fruit and ornamental trees and delaying traffic. The fall reached a depth of two inches. While the storm continued for more than twelve hours it is not believed that any appre ciable damage will result to the crops, the temperature not having fallen below the freezing point. In nearly all of the Southern States the cold was felt, and a heavy frost occurred. The same con dition is reported in many of the north central States, particularly in AViseonsin Iowa and Kansas. The reports of the snowfall are uniform from various cities in Ohio. Killing frosts are reported in northern Texas counties and extending as far south as Lampasas. While garden truck and grain crops have suffered,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 May 1908

T ILLINOIS STATE NEWS H ROOSEVELT DECLARES RECORD OF EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK C 9 fx GRAFT POT IS BOILING. Alderman Carty of Rockford Held In $2,500 Bondi Two Reni(s, The net result of the graft investigation in the Rockford city council was the r-arretst and subsequent release in bonds of $2,500 of Alderman Edward F. Carty, accused of accepting a bribe, and the resignations from the council of I. II. Reynolds and Otto Paulson. The arrest of Alderman Carty is the first explosion in :a series of bombs to be set off in the next few days, and, while he is the only one placed in the custody of an officer, it is said there will be others who will also be pointed at as men who have used their influence as officials of the city for personal gain, and have bartered the inter.esrs" of the municipality for a few dollars. Carty is charged with having played the game both ways. He is said to have accepted a bribe from the Rockford Edison Company in 1003, when he attempted to Alock the passage of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 May 1908

WORTHY OF STATE MAGNIFICENT HOME OF SUPREME COURT AT SPRINGFIELD. ERECTED AT SMALL COST For Sum of Less Than $500,000, Illinois Has Housed Its Highest Judicial Body in Most Sumptuous Manner. 1 windows is massive and of original deSpringfield, 111., May 12. The mural sign. Marble window seats are placed paintings which are to decorate the walls of the new supreme court room are expected to be completed soon and will be placed in their settings in the handsome new home of the court in Springfield. The groups of statuary are being completed by Sculptor Charles Mulligan and are expected to add the finishing touch to the building. The ground about the building is now being sodded. The walk stairways are being completed and the final work will soon have been done on this building and its grounds. The new home of the supreme court Is a magnificent structure three stories In height, situated on the southeast corner of Capitol avenue and Second etreet. When entirely completed it ; west two-t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 May 1908

Its the perfect ad justment and quality of the material which makes , our mowers the easiest runninir and fast est cutters for ordinary use on the1 market. Prices from $2.50 to $7.50 each. Another strong line with us. We 'buy the manufacturer's samples which means 20 per cent off to you. I 0 75 cents each. Thoroughly warranted, for grass or weeds Ke'en Kutter grass sickles B5c, Pruning shears 35c Grass shears 25c MOORE & GLENN ASHTON, - ' - " ILLINOIS. 7 borate att& fferammfa Deere Corn Planter, tht Kind to Buy. 7 ' ' The bijf circus May 12. Is your subscription paid? The Gazette $1.50 per year Miss Emma C. Krug was home over Sunday. Will Meister was an Amboy visitor Sunday. Miss Eva Hunt was a Rochelle visitor Saturday. Mrs. Lewis Wood was a Chicago visitor Friday. Cottage cheese for sale, Nora Shippee, Phone 114. S. T. Jennings and wife were Dixon visitors last week. John D. Charters spent. Monday afternoon in Oregon. Henry Stephan transacted buseess in Chi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 May 1908

OTTXB THE HILLS ABTD FAB AW1T Over the hills and far away, A little boy steals from his morning play. And under the blossoming apple tree Ha lies and he dreams of things to be ; Of battles fought and of victories won, Of wrongs o'erthrown and of great deeds done : Of the valor that he shall prove some day Over the hills and. far away Over the hills and far away ! Over the hills and far away ! It's oh for the toil the lifelong day ! But it mattereth not. to the soul aflame With the love for riches and power and fame ! On, O man ! while the sun is high ; On to the certain joys that lie Yonder where blasieth the noon of day. Over the hills and far away! Over the hills and far away. An old man lingers at close of clay ; Now that his journey is almost done. Ilis battles fought and his victories won, The old-time honesty and truth, Tha trustfulness and the friends of youth Home and mother where are they? Over the hills and far away Over the hills and far away ! Eugeue Field. I The Adoptio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 May 1908

ATUflE AND A WOMAN'S WORK Nature and a woman's work combined have produced the grandest remedy for woman's ills that the world has ever known. In the good old-fashioned days of our grandmothers they relied upon the roots and herbs of the field to cure disease and mitigate suffering. The Indians on our Western Plains to-day can produce roots and herbs for every ailment, and cure diseases that baffle the most skilled physicians who have spent years in the study of drugs. , From the roots and herbs of the field Lydia E. Pinkham more than thirty years ago gave to the women of the world a remedy for their peculiar ills, more potent and efficacious than any combination of drugs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is now recognized as the standard remedy for woman's ills. Mrs. Bertha Muff, of 515 N.C. St., Louisiana, Mo., writes: " Complete restoration to health means so much to me that for the sake of other suffering women I am willing to make my troubles public "For twelve years I had...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 May 1908

JUST RECEIVED SHIPMENT OF Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothing, Gimbel Hats, Also New Ties, Shirts, & Fancy Vests. All the latest styles. All Up-to-date. We want to show them to you. E. S. ROSECRANS ASHTON Successor to W. B. Huether. ILLINOIS. FURNITURE, Go-Carts, the latest styles. The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet The Best Cabinet Made UNGERS Rochelle, - - - Illinois. Joseph Mall was a Dixon itor Saturday. VIS' vis Fred Wood was a Chicago itor Thursday. Will Schade and wife were Dixon visitors yesterday. R. W. Jeter was a outness caller in Chicago Tuesday. A new awning was put up in front of Charter's store last week. I JAH DIXON, ILLINOIS. PERSOISiL ATTENTION To the details of fitting a suit has done much to establish this store as the good clothes headquarters for this section. We know the clothing business from beginning to end. Allow us to suggest to you the proper clothes you should wear. We make a study of the clothing business can tell you the style that is mos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 May 1908

3 )--- --i Tin iiiiniiw - to' Gfi J"- BT7 TJ-! " y"L J"f "J VOL. XIV. NO. 12. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1908 $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL AT Fiftieth State Convention Will Be Held May 19 to 23 TO BE JUBILEE Thousand Delegates to Be PresentEach County In Illinois Will Be Represented. The Fiftieth Annual (Jubilee) Convention of the .Illinois Sunday School Association will be held (D. V.) in the City of Dixon, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, May 19, 20 and 21, A. D. 1908, ( commencing Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. Each County in the State (except Cook) is entitled to ten delegates in addition to the County President, Secretary and Treasurer who are delegates ex-officio. The delegation from Cook County is unlimited. The delegates, unless selected at the County Convention should be appointed by the County Association and should bring their certificates of such election or appointment. The offer of hospitality (breakfast and lodging) is extended, by the citizens...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 May 1908

BAM OATCAKE'S PHILOSOPHY. Hive to work for every cent Skimp and save to pay the rent, Live in just a frugal way. Glad to get three rnenls a day Happy when the week is through, If I've paid up every due, Still, with all its heavy load Life's a rather pleasant road. Got no palace, not to keep. Bat I've got a place to Bleep, Got no coach and pair, but, gee ! Walkln's good enough for me. I've got pictures of the best See that sunset in the west ; And I've music when I please Hear them robins in the trees. I don't have to lose my health Worryin' about my wealth, I don't have to fret about Too high livin' Bringin' gont ; Coarse I mean some day to be Higher up the social tree Bnt, no matter what's my lot, I'm "contented fur's I've got. w 3 HER FRIEND IN NEED it The two girls had attended a concert without an escort. They were not timid young women, but there had been a number of cases of burglary and highway robbery in the suburb that Includ ed their homes, deeds of daring that had kept th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 May 1908

In Brooklyn. Third-Floor 'fennnt See here! I'm one of a coumiltt.ee of men In this build ing, and I've culled to ask you to sell your flute. ' Second-Floor Tenant Delighted to see you. I'm one of another commit' tee, and was about to come ui and ask If you'd sell your buby. TWl-Bits. AT A CRITICAL TIME. Women Are Likely to Suffer with Danscrom Kidney Dlaordera. Sirs. John Kirk, It. F. D. No. 2, Detroit, Mich:, suys : "Five years ago at a critical time of life I was on the verge of a collapse with kidney troubles, backache, dizziness, puffy dropsy swell lngs and urinary !r regularities. I lost flesh and felt languid, nervous or un strung all the time. As my doctor did not help me I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. In a few weeks all these symptoms left me. 1 now weigh 1U3 pounds and feel in excellent health." Sold by all dealers, 50 cents a box, Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. Men with blue or gray eyes are almost Invariably the best shots. For Any Dlnense or Injnry to the eye, us...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 May 1908

THE ASHTOIN GAZETTE . RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Four months $1.5(1 .75 .50 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1908. VILLAGE TREASURER' SREPORT 1(107 HKCEIPTS May 10 Balance on hand i:!0.06 11 To Christ Kurth pool license 100.00 27 Wilson litllett line 3.00 June 10 Mav eas 14S.N0 July 2 Mrs. Week's cement walks tH 02 10 June gas 117.03 15 Del Tax Road & Hrldfje S1.4U 15 " City & Gas 312.55 31 600 C Sacks sold to G Bros by Stephan 37.50 .Aug. 7 Wesley Beach cement walk 30.03 7 Jas Uatchelor 1-1.5-20 July eas 13H.60 12 A. M.Moore cement walk 15.42 11 Gas J Ventler .M 20 John Steiihau poll tax 14.00 26 Geo Putnian cement walks 30.10 fitp. 3 Gay's circus license (Wiener) 6.00 3 Cem bags returned 31.50 4 Carl Krug walk 27.72 a Poll Tax J Stephan 10.(0 10 Gas for Aug 143.38 10 Show license 3.00 11 Isaac Earl cem walk...

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