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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 June 1908

ASHTON Gazette. H IK mm mm JJmmA VOL. XIV. NO. 15. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1908. f 1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. I W. ROSMS HAD LEG BROKEN SUNDAY Stepped From Sidewalk Into Ditch at Nachusa BONE BROKEN ABOVE ANKLE Accident Haooened After Ha Had JfUde Evening Addre" ' Sutdy School ConTention. Sundav evening at Nachusa about 9:15 A. W. Rosecrans had the misfortune to break the large hone in his richt leer, iust above the ankle. Mr. Rosecrans was in attendance at the Nachusa Township Sunday school conveu tioa and had made the principal address of the evening;. He and O. P. Canfield who accompanied Ihim were getting ready to go Itome and while Mr. Canfield was nntviaar the horse, Mr. Rosecrans tarted for the buggy. When be stepped off the side walk he supposed the ground was about an even height, . but he stepped down about 18 inches into a ditch and pitched forward, his ankle turned and the result was that the large bone in his right leg was broken above the ankle. Mr. Canfield...

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

PLAINTIFF AND DEFENDANT IN SENSATIONAL DIVORCE TRIAL. GREAT "DRY" WAVE 13 THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. SWEEPING THE LAND ASHTON, ILLINOIS. WORK or l 1 CONGRESS 1 , FAMILY ADRIFT AT SEA, . E. Eastern, "War Correspondent, Wife and Children, Rescued. Edward E. Easton, war correspondent, globe traveler and author, his wife, 18-months-old boy, 9-year-old daughter and colored nurse, were rescued from a disabled pleasure boat in the San Clemente Channel, far out at sea from Los Aneles by the United States steamship Buffalo and landed at Avalon, Santa Catllna Island, the other morning. Two lives were lost as a result of their expedition. The Eastons had been drifting about helplessly ever since Sunday morning, and, their food and water having given out, were half dead from fatigue j The nnrtv almost bad abandoned hope when the smoke from the Buffalo appeared. By signaling inmuuup i- i7fr. otTOftert the attention of the lookout, and two hours later all were taken aboard. In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 June 1908

131 ILLINOIS ' lllli'. W STATE NBWS . "IN THE WAY;" KILLS SELF. I'm Old," Says Belleville Man and BIott Oil His Head. "I'm old and only in the way." These were the last words of Henry Christian, e. Belleville carpenter, to a fellow-workman, before he blew off the top of his head with a shotgun. Christian was a building contractor. Recently he found it difficult to get contracts and had to work as a carpenter. He complained bitterly about the young men crowding out the older workers, and suffered attacks of melancholia frequently. The other day be went to work at the Hay, Hartman j& Reis nail mills, where an addition is being built. He had a shotgun in a storeroom on the place, and before taking up his tools for the day he went into an attic of the storeroom. John Briedenbach, foreman of the mills, heard a shot. He found Christian dying. A verdict of suicide was returned by a coroner's jury. Christian was 51 years old and is survived by his wife, four daughters and one on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 June 1908

v. J CALIFORNIA LETTER Former Ashton Man Writes of His New Home HOW FARMS WITH IRRIGATION fSVilliam Taylor writes an Account Hit Interesting Trip to California. of Lancaster, California. May 25, 1908. Dear Editor and Friends: I and my familj are now locat ed in California. I left Ashton Feb. 4th, arrived here Feb. 18th My wife came three months later after an extended visit with her parents at Ames, Iowa I was fifteen days on the road. The road was loner but not as tiresome as tne would think for every day brought something different. It was quite interest ing to watch the change from the grain growing states of II 1 i mois, Iowa and eiistern part of Nebraska to the lofty peaks of the Rocky Mountains. The ground was covered with snow from Ashton to 20 miles west of Grand Island, Neb, from there on there was no snow till I crossed the mountains at the summit an elevation of 7000 feet there was plenty of snow it was nearly as high as the telegraph poles. I don't know how high they wer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 June 1908

Brass Wash Boards Regular size, with cable crimp rubbing surface, usually sells for 40 to 50 cents. Our 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 and Keen Kutter barber shears. You need them. .We have them. MOORE & GLENN ASHTON, ILLINOIS. 1 I am showing- a very complete line of Riding and Walking Cultivators Something New in TWO ROW DEERE A Car of DEERING TWINE Unloaded To-day. Good Time to Buy a NEWTON WAGON. O. W. GRIFFITH ASHTON, - - - ILLINOIS. LAWN MOWER SEASON Finds us well supplied with 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. LAST CHANCE SATURDAY FOR ONE MONTH. THE FOLLOWING CIGARS, 7 FOR 25C $ersonal3tems San Felice, James Baley, Little Tom, Gold Crown, Henry George, H. Owl, Mentosa, Key West Sublime, R. B's. G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 June 1908

THE WEB OF LIFE. A pitiful piece of patches and shreds But stay your passionate grieving la it late to pick up the broken threads And change the pattern of weaving? The warp was dyed in the wool and drawn To the loom without your willing: But the shuttle that flies from dawn to dawn Carries the thread of your filling. jhe fabric of life by which yoo ore known Is not, perhaps, of your choosing; l$ut the matter which gives It light and tone Is the color you ane using. Over the dingy ancestral dyes, Over and under, and over, The gold of your shuttle tints as It flies The blemish it may not cover. Forward and onward ; you may not pause, In your own work disbelieving, For still by the force of Its unseen laws The loom goes on with its weaving. And your Inmost thought is caught in the snare By a law that no man knoweth ; 'And your purpose, be It false or fair, Shows in the web as it groweth. Well for you and well for us all, sweet friend, When, at last, onr shuttles falter, If the weavers...

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

HiLPFUl i THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW Vnii urnn't: a11 vniir faniilv doctor the wnoie story aDouc your private iiinAa von are too modest You ha afraid to tell Mrs. Pink ham, at Lynn, Mass., the things you could not explain to the doctor. Your WfoT-nnil Via hp.lrl in the strictest con- I' ' " " - fldence. From her vast correspondence with sick women during the past thirty years she may have gained the very knowledge that will lnirtiirniiim Snrh tartars as the IOr MCipjuuvwjv. . lowing, from grateful women, establish beyond a doubt the power of LYDIA ILPINKHAM'S VEGETABLE CUMFUUKU nil female diseases, Mrs. Norman R. Barndt, of Allentown. Pa., writes: "Ever since I was sixteen years of age 1 baa Bumerea irom an urgauiu noMnamanf onrl fomnlA weakness ! in anugtujrc.uw ' consequence I had dreadful headaches and wasexiremeiy nervuua. iuj ujo.- ; j T micf. trn fhrnnirh an OTjertt vinu doixu. e w o tion to get well. A friend told me about Lydia.K. MiiKnams vcgcwum rMMnnnnd anH T frmlr it and wr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 June 1908

Sarahs attii $ t xmmU The Gazette $1.50 per TearMrs. Wm. Farver was a Rochelle visitor Tuesday. Bom to Mrs. Warren Sanders a baby girl. Arthur Simpson was 'a Dixon visitor Monday. H. F, Kersten transacted business in Dixon Friday. Dr. Wm. Petersmeyer was a Chicago visitor Thursday. Will Schade transacted busi ness in Rochelle Thursday. Miss Louise Kliebe was a Ro chelle visitor Friday evening-. A. M. Moore was a business caller in Rochelle Tuesday morn ing. R. W. Jeter and wife were Franklin Grove visitors Thurs day. Benton Drummond went to Chicago Friday noon on business. Mrs. Wesley Beach visited Rochelle relatives Thursday afternoon. Fred Fucks came down . from Rockford Monday morning to work. Mrs. Martin Krug went to Rochelle Sunday afternoon to visit her son. Miss Viola Burnham is able to be out again after a seige of the measles. Carl Bode and Charles Arnould were Rochelle visitors Sunday afternoon. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Byron Brecunier Friday, a nine pound daughter. Gus Messer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 June 1908

: . .. . .. . IT If I)T j, 'jf, GAZETTE; VOL. XIV. NO. 16. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, TIIlfftSDAY, JUNE 11, 1908. S1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Personal List , Million Over a Dollars Half BOOKS RETURNED TUESDAY little Grain on Farmi and Big Roduc- jion in Sheep Untaxed Wealth Added to LUt Assessor Frank H. Bassler has completed his work for the town of Ashton and Tuesday afternoon took his books to Dixon and turned them over to county treasurer John M. Sterling. Mr. Bassler has worked hard to get the books out as will be evidenced by ihe fact that he did the work in two-thirds the usual time which will be a saving- to the tax payers in point of salary. This year much property wag assessed that has never before been taxed. Mr. Bassler has as sessed over $32,00P worth of property in the town more than last jear. However these figures have had a serious set back owingto the fact there is no grain in the country. This item reduced the list approximately $5,000. The less on sheep was the heaviest, b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 June 1908

I" THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. ONCE MILLIuiNAIrlE; IN WANT. Former President of nrthwloro RoimI AiilU- for Aid. C. J. L. Meyer, first president of the Chicago and Northwestern railroad, former mayor of Fond du Lao, at one time a business partner of the late Senator Sawyer in the wholesale lumber business, a former millionaire and prominent politician, and now a resident of Chicago at 93 Aberdeen street, has applied to Agent Gustave Frellson of the Associated Chardties for admission to the Milwaukee county poorhouse. Two daughters, both married to wealthy men, fail to reply to his requests for aid, it is said, and a son, who lives in Chicago, is too poor to care for . his father. By his removal to Chicago two years ago Mr. Meyer has forfeited his right to admission to the Milwaukee county house, but Mr. Frellson will make an appeal in his behalf to his wealthy sons-in-law. Mr. Meyer refused money aid. He is 77 years of age and was once prominent in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 June 1908

PBINCIPAL FIGURES IN THE SNELL WILL CONTEST. j, ILLINOIS mk w- STATE NEWS W. 1 i i M "WINDSTORM DOES MUCH DAMAGE nle Strikes Chicago Accompanied by a Deluaro of Rain. A windstorm that swept over Chicago st 7 :30 o'clock the other nignt performed unique stunts besides doing damage amounting to tens of thousands of dollars and injuring a number of persons. It readied the velocity of sixty-eight miles an hour and was accompanied by a deluge 'of rain which amounted almost to a cloud'burst. The moKt serious injury reported was that of Miss Nellie Fay, 18 years old, 7830 Emerald avenie, whose skull was fractured when she .-as thrown from ra buggy in a runaway, the horse having 'been frightened by the blaste. Four persons were hurt in a street car collision at West 37th and Halsted streets. The motorman of one car was dazed by a flash of lightning and the crash resulted. Dara.age exceeding $40,000 was inflicted by lightning at the new Forest Park. A storm swept over Quincy and did much dam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 June 1908

THE t P. JL MEET State Editors Spend Three Days, June 2, 3, 4, in Business and Fun. VISIT THE STATE UNIVERSITY Have Luncheon in the Twin City of Urbana and Also See Danville. (Some Itemn About the University ol Illinois and lis Great Work, and the Two Untverai try Towns. The forty-third annual meeting of the Illinois Press Association was held in Champaign on June 2, 3 and 4. The occasion was taken advantage of by the University of Illinois and the Commercial Club of the sister city of Urbana, to offer additional entertainment to the visiting editors and their wives. Among the early arrivals in Champaign were J. M. Page of Jerseyville, E. A. Sniveley of Springfield and Gen, Smith I). Atkins of Freeport, three veteran members of the association. Gn. Atkins was one of the organizers of the association in 1SGG, and is still one of its most active members. President Adams of Peotone, Miss Mary Davidson of Carthage, J. M. Eapp of Fairfield and Thomas Reps of Springfield, were also among ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 June 1908

Brass Wash Boards Regular size, with cable crimp rubbing surface, usually sells for 40 to 50 cents. Our price 25 cents. CAN OPENERS PmottalJtems A. new one. Will open any kindtof 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 " ASHTON, ILLINOIS. I am showing- a very complete line of Riding and Walking Cultivators Something New in TWO ROW DEERE A Car of DEERING TWINE Unloaded To-day. Good Time to Buy a NEWTON WAGON. O. W. GRIFFITH ASHTON, - - - ILLINOIS. XL LAWN MOWER SEASON Finds us well supplied with Lawn Mowers from 12.50 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. Rape Seed, Oyster Shells, Little Cbkk Teed, Grit, Scratch Tood Charcoal, Beef Scraps. Smith's Pharmacy Jtshton, Illinois. We Bavt 3u3t Received a liew Supply cl Batteries. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 June 1908

KEIF-BEL IAN CE. Mysejf did make my yesterdays, And this I truly know, To all my morrows I shall bring Their store of joy or woe. Eai-a cup these lips of mine shall drink, It shall be filled by me; For every door that I would pass, These hands must mold the key. If e'en on yonder shining height A larger life I own, Though throb my brain, though ache my feet, Its slope I climb alone. Ko more along a darkened way, I, doubting, blindly grope; Ko more I shame my soul with fear, Nor yet with yearning hope. But knowing this that I do know, And seeing what I see, I rest in this great certaintyAll may be well with me. (Harper's Bazaar. When Carlin Came Back i hHWWH ! I l"M' "!' I l i The gray-haired stranger alighted from the morning train and looked about him. The statlonmaster was lounging near. "My friend," said the stranger, "I -want to ask you a question or two about this place, If you can spare the time." "Go ahead," said the statlonmaster, sas he leaned against a packing case. -"What...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 June 1908

This woman Bays Lydia E. Ptnkham's Vegetable Compound saved her life. lie ad her letter. Mrs. T. C. Willadsen, of Maiming, Iowa, 'writes to Mrs. Pinkham: ' I can truly say that Lydia E. Pinlcliam's Vegetable Compound saved my life, and I cannot express my gratitude to you in words. For years I suffered T;ith the worst forms of female complaints, continually doctoring and spending lots of money for medicine without help. I wrote you for advice, followed it as directed, and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it has restored me to perfect health. Had it not been for you I should have been in my grave to-day. I wish every suffering' woman would try it." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, mado 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, tha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 June 1908

Morals mxh Ifensmtate J. II. Bjer's has had his house repainted. George Griffith was a business caller in Dixon Friday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krag Thursday a daughter. George Knapp was the guest of Ashton relatives Sunday. VV. B. McCrea transacted business in Franklin Grove Friday. Mrs. W. H. Bates and Vina were visitors in Creston Friday J J. O. Webster and wife made a trip to Sterling' Monday afternoon. Mrs. Earl Howey was a Franklin Grove visitor Saturday afternoon. Misses Lydia and Blanche Weaver were Rochelle visitors Saturday. L. T. Moore's buggy , and harness store has been repainted this week. The city is at present putting in several strips of sidewalk up on the hill. Miss May Dysart of Franklin Grove was the guest of Mrs. Glenn Thursday. S. D. Clark has the walls laid for his new house on the former James Leidy, property. Miss Mary Roat went to Chicago Sunday afternoon where she has a position teaching. Miss Ada Moore visited over Sunday at the home of her brother Rob...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 June 1908

';: A H H VOL. XIV. NO. 17. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1908. 1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. 13! AREv GRADUATED Twentieth Annual Commencement Exercises Held Last Week Wednesday. A LIBER CROWD NEVEft WITNESSED EXERCISES tounalion Were Prett and Everything Passed Off in Excellent Shape. Tfhe twentieth annual commeacement exercises of the High Sic&aol which took place last mejzk Wednesday evening were witnessed by an audience of 465 persons, file largest crowd ever fathered in the opera house. JOHg before time for the exer cises to commence people were wceadtn their way thither and Mac thirty minutes a continuous stream poured up to the opera 8mo.sc Tfce decorations were very pretty, they being' designed and tecuted Jjy the members of the Jaa'ior class. A series of arches skat off the back of the stage and the background was a network masre: f rom green crepe tissue. Tfec motto -"We finish to begin" snade otf 'white on a green background as was the year 1908. The. lass ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 June 1908

11 THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. MEAT IK A BIO BLAZE. Morris Packing Establishment la Kansas City, Kas., Suffers Lois. Fire that started before daylight Friday morning in the $2,225,000 packing plant of Nelson Morris & Co., in Kansas Oity, Kan., destroyed a large part of that establishment. Two laborers were killed and another was perhaps fatally injured. The spread of the flames was so rapid that dynamite had to be used in an effort to cheek them. The plant is in the flood district and is entirely surrounded by water. Because of this fact the firemen were unable to reach nearer than two blocks of the building with their apparatus. The fire was started by an explosion in the chemical department, and from here extended quickly to the sausage fac tory. The contents of this building furnished much inflammable material for the flames, and by the time the first streams could be turned on tihat section of the plant was doomed. The loss of meat ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 June 1908

I- mf Illinois 1 w STATE NEWS w; i i ? THRONG SEES BALLOONIST DIE. Tooth la Dashed Against Limb of Tree and Body Falls to Ground. Luther Edward Jones, a young bal lotraist, met a terrible death in the presence of a Sunday afternoon crowd at Mildred Park in Springfield. As his balloon ascended (be was dashed against the jagged stump of a broken limb of a tree. His kull was fractured and the life belt attaching bim to the parachute broke, the tody dropping to the ground in the midst of the horrified spectators. Both arms were broken in the fall and the man was dead when picked up. L. M. Jones of 6t. Louis, father of the young man, had come to Springfield to visit him, but bad left the park to catch a train for home before the ascension began. Just as he reached the railway station he saw the fcalloon sailing burdenless over the city. Realizing the significance of the sight he "hastened back toward the park. Before reaching the resort he met an ambulance conveying the body of his son t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 18 June 1908

MARE GRADUATED FROM HIGH SCHOOL Twentieth Annual Com mencement Exercises Held Last Week Wednesday. Jl LARGER CROWD NEVER WITNESSED EXERCISES Decorations Were Pretty and Every' thing Patted off In Excellent Shape. Continued from Page 1. Prints." By way of beginning Miss Yenerich stated that if a lonely traveller were lost on some barren or unknown land the sight of a foot print pointing a way to civilization would be a most welcome sight. When we are travelling on the shore of . life and are discovered and ready to give up the gteat battle, the sigliF'bf foot print gives new cour age and leads one to follow the works of one who has been more successful. Miss Yenerich spoke of the rase of where a person abandons the footprints of those who are accepted authority and independently strikes out in a new direction. Though he may be eagerly searching for truth, is quite likely to be ridiculed Vy .. the public. This was illustrated by the theorem that the velocity of the motion of falling b...

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