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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 May 1908

1 w I I i 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. 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 Kutt'er grass sickles 35c. Pruning shears 35c Grass shears 25c MOORE & GLENN e 1 ' H A ' ASHTON, ILLINOIS. Deere Corn Planter, the Kind to Buy. 1 0. W. Griffith, Jtshton, Illinois. LAWN MOWER SEASON Finds us well supplied with Lawn ' Mowers from $2.50 up We can shew yO'u an excellent 16 inch high wheel ball bearing machine at $6.50. Grass catchers all styles, lawii rakes, hoes, spades,' forks etc. CHARTERS' STORE. SPECIAL SALE EVERY SATURDAY FOR ONE MONTH. THE FOLLOWING CIGARS, 7 FOR 25C San Felice, James Baley, Little Tom,, Gold Crown, Henry George, Owl, Meritosav Key West Sublime, R. B's. George Mason, Gov...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 May 1908

THE ASHT01M GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTON, ILLINOIS. ATLANTA SUFFERS BY FIRE. Business District Is Hit Loss Will Reach $1,500,000. Two business blocks are in ruins ns 'the result of a lire which threatened for a time to spread through tiie business eetion of Atlanta. On., and ierhaps to wine out the entire downtown uistri; The loss is estimated conservatively at $1,500,000. The Terminal Hotel, one of the largest in the city, was destroyed. It had on its register 200 guests when the fire started. Everyone escaped. Several small hotels also were burned. The lire started in the Sc-hlcstdnger-Meyer bakery. When the first liro company arrived the pressure was poor and the firemen could not get a stream that would carry above the second floor. As a result of the high wind the Haines shot across the street to the Terminal Hotel, which acted as a flue for the fire. Within half an hour the walls and roof of the hotel had fallen Spreading from Madison street to Nelson the fire mud...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 May 1908

LEGISLATURE ONCE E 'Illinois Law Makers Convene Springfield After Long Recess. in :hill eepoet is adopted. ".Voluminous Document Finds Much Fault with Administration, of Institutions. 'Pursuant to Adjournment about three (mouths ago the Illinois Legislature reeumed its interrupted session In Spring- : field Tuesday. The investigation of alleged abuses in itbe various State institutions, which llias been conducted with great vigor during the recess by a committee appointed for the purpose, was the business of most prominent interest before : the returning legislators. A voluminous , report was returned Tuesday by 'Rep resentative Hill and his colleagues of the committee, detailing many abuses rand delinquencies, and throwing responsibility for the same upon the pres ent State administration. The presen tation of the report was accompanied 'by a motion that 10,000 copies of the .- same be printed for distribution to the : public . The motion was fiercely fought iby administration adhe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 May 1908

Gentlemen ! Before you buy your summer Clothes, Shoes, Hats, Shirts or anything you wear, come in. We sell guaranteed goods at right prices. Selling Out Boy's Clothing A good chance for a bargain. E. 5. ROSECRANS Successor to W. B. Huether. ASHTON, - - ILLINOIS. FURNITURE Go-Carts, the latest styles. The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet The Best Cabinet Made UNGER'S Rochelle, - Illinois. REJUVENATED 1 f'!fj The undersigned take pleasure in announcing that they are now in position to offer a most complete, new, stylish, well made and perfect fitting line of Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing At What Will Be to Most People, NEW PRICES based on most modern business principles those of buying and selling for.cash only, making purchases cheaper and cutting' out losses by bad debts. We carry the most elaborate line of ! FURNISHING GOODS Hats, 'Neckwear, Shirts, Etc., at prices that enables everyone to look well and clean. Our Men's and Boy's Shoes Are of the best makes, guaranteed to give good wear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 May 1908

H r I VOL. XIV. NO. 13. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1908. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. BANQUETED BY THE JUNIOR GLASS First Brilliant Event of the Closing School Year ELABORATE DECORATIONS IE A PRETTY SCENE Juniors Proved Themielve Royal .Entertainers and Guests Enjoyed the Fete Immensely. Friday evening' at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Quick occured the banquet to the gradu ating- class given by the members of- the Junior class. The event was a most brilliant affair and the first event on the commence meat calendar. The Juniors sroved themselves royal enter tainers and they will long be Tetnembered bv those of the Senior class and the guests. The rooms were most prettily decorated, the color scheme beinggreen and white, the Seniors' colors As one entered the house he was met by the stare of hun dretls of (paper) owls. Around 4he room, strung on white cord, war little green owls by the score and on either side of the room was a yery large picture of an owl. ' The owl being t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 May 1908

I THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTON, - ILLINOIS. SON BETRAYS HIS FATHER. Officers Arrest James T. Mulhall, Who Is Wanted in Minneapolis. After a chase from Chicago to the western coast Postoffice Inspector Frank F. Sharon arrested James T. Mulhall, wanted in Minneaiwlis on a charge o conducting a fraudulent mail order business. Mulhall was betrayed by his 10-jrear-old son, Matthew Joseph Mulhali, of Chicago. Through the son it is said, knowledge that Mulhall was to be in Chicago three days ago reached the United States district attorney's office. A trap was laid for the father, but in some manner he escaped. It was learned that he had left for Venice, Cal., and Inspector Sharon Was instructed to follow him. Mulhall, when in Minneapolis, conducted the Nicolet Creamery Company. He left that town two months after the business was started, taking with him $25,000 made out of his dealings with Minnesota farmers, according 10 statements made before the federal grand jur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 May 1908

STU1TO! Pill! ISM'S llflll m ILLINOIS LAWMAKERS. t 7ust as "any right-thinking father" en'deavors to lay a foundation for the promotion of the fortunes of his son, so should this nation strive to build and save Ifor the next generation this was the lieynote of President Roosevelt's address at the opening of the conference on the conservation of natural resources. If the future is not wisely anticipated, President Roosevelt believes; the country .-as a whole will suffer greatly. Inasmuch :es it is now within the power of the government and of the people to begin a sane :and sensible program of conservation, why .not do it? The F resident empuasizeu these points strongly. He opened his speech with a word of welcome, and then said in part: This conference on the conservation of atural resources is in effect a meeting of rtho representatives of all the people of the United States called to consider the weightiest problem now before the nation; and the occasion for the meeting lies in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 May 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED KVKRY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year 8ix months, Four months $1.5f ,5f Entered at the postoffice in Ashton Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, MAY, 21 1908. Official Publication Iti-port. of tin- Condition of THE ASM! BANK. at Ashton. State of Illinois, bi-lnre t h t commencement of husinesson the 12 day oi May 1!'.W, as made to the Auditor of l'ublie Accounts, for the stale of Illinois, purxuant to law RESOl'Ul'ES. Loans and discounts -! 309 3 Overdrafts 120 6United States Uonds. Including Premiums Other lionds and Securities, Including Premiums . '1500 or Banking House Other Real Estate owned by Han; Furniture and fixtures Due from National Hanks .10 t"i5 p: Due from State Hanks and Bankers 3 47" 5; Exchanges for Clearing House Checks and other Cash Items Collections in transit 3.W 3: Cash on hard. a. Gold coin 3 sro i i " ti casury certificates I SMI Oi b. Sih-er coin 1NH in tre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 May 1908

I I., ' i Brass Wash Boards Regular size, with cable crimp rubbing surface, usually sellfs for iO to 5,0 cents. Uur price do cents. il ' "fT 1? If. borate atuYftfrcmtala 1 CAN OPENERS A new one. Will open any kind of a can. Leaves the cut edges smooth. Will last a lifetime. Price 15 cents. HAIR CLIPPERS and Keen Kutter barber shears. You need them. We have them. MOORE & GLENN ASHTOIM, ILLINOIS. Bern Corn Planter, the Kind to Buy. 0. W. Griffith, JlsbtctT, Illinois. LAWN MOWER SEASON Finds us well supplied Avith Lawn Mowers from $2.50 up 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. nSPECIAL SALE EVERY SATURDAY FOR ONE MONTH. THE FOLLOWING CIGARS, 7 FOR1 25C San Felice; , Owl, " Meritosa, Key West Sublime, James Baley, R. B's. (George Mason, Governor Hoffman, Little Tom, Moose, Maquoketa, Upman's Extra, Gold-Crown, Trilby, Spana Cuba, Lady Sterling, Henry Geo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 May 1908

HAIL, THE FARMER KOTO. Oh, the mines may bo rich with deposits of ore, With ingots of silver and nuggets of gold, And iron and copper, from shore unto shore, From the depths of the earth may be constantly rolled. But the wealth of the world 4s an atom With the millions of dollars that an nually spring In the track of the plow and the trail of the rake And the path of the hoe, for the farmer is king. His throne is a stack of the sweet-smelling bay. His crown is the gold of the carrot and corn, His scepter a sheaf of his newly cut wheat. His audience chamber the meadows of morn, The oats and the barley await his com maud Their slender irreen spears from the darkness to bring ; Columbia stands at the head of the world, The goddess of liberty, plenty and peace. To the farmer she owes it that year after year Her riches, her power and her glories increase. May his furrow be straight and his harvest be great, The scythe and the sickle long, long may he swing. Hats off as he passes, a monar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 May 1908

HOUSE Thousands of American women in our homes are daily sacrificing their lives to duty. In order to keep the home neat and pretty, the children well dressed and tidy, women overdo. A female weakness or displacement is often brought on and they suffer in silence, drifting along from bad to worse, knowing well that they ought to have help to overcome the pains and aches which daily make life a burden. It is to these faithful women that LYDIA ILPINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND cornea as a boon and a blessing, as it did to Mrs. F. Ellsworth, of MayvUle, N. Y., and to Mrs. W. P. Boyd, of Beaver Falls, Pa., who say: "I was not able to do my own work, owing to the female trouble from which I suffered. Lydia B. Pinkham's VegetableCompound helped me wonderfully, and I am so well that I can do as big a day's work as I ever did. I wish every sick woman would try It. FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard reme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 May 1908

For Sale House and 5 small lots. 1312. Cms Zease. QHOE Jrk. Li E Wer'e Expecting You In For a Look At our complete assortment of watches. If yon have any notion of buying a watch come in at once and let us show you what we have. We x have different kinds of watches to suit all people- and purses. We Have AH The New TKings In Jewelry And Novelties. See our display window. We do expert engraving. All articles sold by us engraved free. C. W. JONKER ASHTON, JEWELER. ILLINOIS. FURNITURE Go-Carts, the latest styles. The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet The Best Cabinet Made UNGER'vS Rochelle, - Illinois. 2tf Is your subscription paid? The Gazkttic SI. 50 per year George Eisciibcrjf is quite sick. Miss Iluttii' Bowers was a Dixon visitor Saturday. Robert Knapp transacted business in Dixon Monday. George Stephan came up from Sterling Monday noon. Charles Aldis visited in Chicago a few days the past week. Cm Kcinhart returned to Rockford Saturday afternoon. Georga B. Garrett transacted business in Ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 May 1908

I i G TT Tf Xfmii ASHTOI VOL. XIV. NO. 14. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAY ,28, 1908. 11.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. ASHTON INS CASE Court Rules that Killion Ave, Belongs to Ashton HTIZENS LIKE TI DECISION Itfra. Walker Retain Six Foot Strip by Right of Occupancy Wu Caia of Long Contention. la the circuit court Saturday afternoon Judge Richard S. Far xand handed down a decision fcat settles the controversy be dveen the village of Ashton and Mrs. Emily Jane Walker. By the decree of the court the whole of -Killion avenue is given the vil laare, iust as it was platted, but Mrs. Walker retains the disputed ix feet, holding it by right of grossession. The outcome of the suit is satisfactory settlement of the case at stake and the citizens are .congratulating Mayor McWethy ;aad the former board in their deter ined efforts to preserve (tee village's rights. The controversary is one of long standing, dating back eight ears ago. when Mrs. Walker Sore up the side-walk on her side f the street whi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 May 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. ILLINOIS. ROAD SUED AS TRUST. Uncle Sam Asks Why Railroad Gob bled Up Competing Lines. The government, through United States District Attorney French, filed in the United States Circuit Court at Boston petition against the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company and others, charging the existence of a combination in restraint of trade and mo nopoly within the meaning of section 1 and 2 of the .Sherman anti-trust act The petition alleges that the New Haven company has acquired control over approximately 500 out of 000 miles of elec tric railway in Connecticut, 400 out of 600 in Rhode Island, and about GOO m Massachusetts, which roads, prior to such control, wrere engaged in active competi tion with the New Haven company. Also It alleges that, in acquiring about 35 per cent of the capital stock of the Boston nd Maine railroad, it has secured prac tical control over that railroad. FIGHT FOR THE PENNANT. Standing: of Clubs i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 May 1908

QU1NGY CAPITULATES TO GIF!. OF ILLINOIS, Decorations Are Handsome and Streets Ablaze with Lights at Night. ROSENBAUM IS COMMANDER. Three Thousand Persons in Column Which Parades on Thursday Kindred Societies Elect. Quincy correspondence: ' The annual encampment of the Illinois department of the 6. A. R. was held in this city Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. There were 10,000 visitors in the city. Quiucy was decorated and at night the business section was a blaze of light. Bands and drum corps were to be heard throughout the city playing martial airs and keeping at high pitch the spirit of the occasion. With the Grand Army met its allied organizations, the W. B. C, Ladies of the G. A. K., Sons of Veterans, and Assoclationof War Musicians. Theeucampment formally opened with three camp fires, one at the Empire Theater, one at the Soldiers' Home and another at the court house. Gov. Deueen spoke at the Soldiers' Home and the theater. A dozen other speeches were made. Mrs. John A. Logan w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 May 1908

DENEEN answers HILL ACCUSATIONS IN HIS MESSAGE Governor Makes Reply in Detail to All Charges Hurled by Probe Body. TAKES UP GIROUX INCIDENT No Evasion of Responsibility That Administration May Have in Probe Findings. Word of Executive to Solons at Springfield Thoroughly Discusses the . Committee Report. Springfield, May 23. Governor Deneens message to the Forty-fifth General Assembly discussing the report of the special commit! ee appointed by the house of representatives to investigate the state institutions was delivered to both bodies to-day. The message anwers in detail all the charges made by the committee against the state administration nH alsn vesnonds specifically to the criticisms that were indulged in by 'the investigating body. The mes - sage of the executive does not seek to evade any responsibility that tne aaministration may have and in return the governor does not hesitate to say what he thinks of the investigating body and its methods. After referring briefly to the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 May 1908

Brass Wash Boards Regular size, with cable crimp rubbing surface, usually sells for 40 to 50 cents, Qur price 25 cents. . CAN OPENERS A new one. Will open any kind of a can. Leaves the cut edges smooth. Will last a lifetime. Price-15 cents. HAIR CLIPPERS ,1 T" T . ii.,... 1 , . Vl n r. 1 1 ! 11 VI Ll 'V11T anu jveeii xvuntjr umuci oucaio. need rlm. We have them. MOORE & GLENN ASHTOIM, - - ILLINOIS. 1 mm A Car of DEERING TWINE Unloaded To-day. Good Time to Buy a NEWTON WAGON. O. W. GRIFFITH ASHTON, - , ' . - ILLINOIS. We can show you an ex- 6 ' . cellerit 16 inch, high wheel ball s bearing machine at $6.50. Grass catchers all styles, lawn rakes, hoes, spades, forks etc. CHARTERS' - STORE. $crsonal3tcms I am showing a very complete line of Riding and Walking Cultivators Something New a TWO ROW DEERE LAWN MOWER SEASON Finds us well supplied with Lawn Mowers from $2.50 up Watch Roesler's for pine-apples to-day. Mrs. J. D. Cluts was a Dixon visitor Saturday. Miss Viola Burnha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 May 1908

AT THE SOLDIERS' GRAVES. Agnln, good friends, we gntlior here, Burn his grntoritl offering, Vbe earliest blossoms of the year, in,, ijiouesi iuiuvh of tuc Nprlng, To dock anew the turf that rests Above our patriot comrades' breasts. It osos and lilies, nil are fair, Willi bays to grace each soldler'a grave, But they grow fairer resting there, If, with the odorous blooms we gave, A love as strong and sanctified. As thelra who for our Union died. HVhen on the battle field they fell, It was not In a sordid cause. But in their Country's, loved so well, For her dear Homes and Freedom's laws, And so, at need, their love was shown To save her life they gave their own. O, that was love of precious worth, Allied to love that is divine! From Heaven alone It came to Earth, In human hearts to live and shine, And ail them with the high desires, That light and foster Freedom's flres. How well It Is with them who sleep About us here old friends of ours ! Comrades, for them we do not weep, But on t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 May 1908

More proof that Lydla E. Pinlcbam's VepretableCompound saves 'Woman from surgical operations. Mrs. S. A. Williams, of Gardiner, Maine, writes: ' I was a great sufferer from femala troubles, and Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound restored me to health in three months, after my physician declared that an operation was absolutely necessary." Mrs. Alvina Sperling of 154 Geybourne Ave., Chicago, J1L, writes : " I suffered from female troubles, a tumor and much inflammation. Two of the best doctors in Chicago decided that an operation was necessary to save my life. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound entirely cured me without an operation." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bear-jng-down feeling,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 May 1908

Is your subscription paid? The Gazette $1.50 per year Buy your flags sit The Racket. Watch RoesIvEr's for pine-apples to-daj. Harry Quick was home over Sunday from Dixon. Strawberries at Roesler's every day this week. Black and tan hosiery, all sizes. The Racket. Mrs. L. C. Randall is having her residence painted. Georg-e Stephan was home Sunday from Sterling. Mrs. C. W. Jonker visited relatives in Rochelle Monday. Miss Mamie Klaus was a passenger to Dixon Saturday. Rev. Stevens drove to Chicago Monday in his automobile. Henry Danekas transacted business in Steward Friday. For Sale House and 5 small lots. v13t2. Cris Zease. Mrs. Jennie Tuck visited in Rochelle Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Lewis Wood and son Fred were callers in Chicago Friday. Otto Moore transacted business in Rochelle Friday morning. Lyman Booth was up from Dixon Tuesday afternoon on business. Mrs. A. M. Bates of DeKalb yisited relatives and friends here Friday. D. M. Billmire and Lyman Paddock were Oregon visitors Su...

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