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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 July 1908

TH1P ii wm ti til m VOL. XIV. NO. 20. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1908. f 1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. DIED SATURDAY End Came Quite Sudden and Was Peaceful FUNERAL WAS HELD MOW Family Recently Moved Back From Iowa Had Recently Purchaied 'Fine Residence. Mr. George A. Eisenberg, the subject of this obituary, was born in Bradford Township, Lee County, Illinois, April 6th 1859. la the year of 1883 he was united in holy matrimony to Miss Martha Mary Fossheitner. To them were born 5 children, 2 sons and 3 daughters, one son however died in infancy about 5 years ago. The children liying are, Frank, Christina, Anna and Mabel who are all at home. Mr. Eisenberg remained a resident of Bradford township, until the jear 1898 when the family moved to Dysart, Iowa where they remained for ten years returning, to Illinois last March and located here in our beautiful village where they purchased a good comfortable home. In this newly purchased home the husband and father of the family ended his...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 July 1908

I My fambly's such a busy one! They're doin' things all day. They have to work so diefful hard They have no time tor play ; "N' when I'm tucked up in my bed At night, they're working, too ; Seems though they never could quite stop They have so much to do That Is, exceptin' Muvvcr, 'N' somehow ruther, slitIs never dam' anything But havin' fun wif me. 1 My sister goes to school all day, She is so dignifiil ! She reads 'n' writes 'n' studies books; 'N' only once she cried WThen I was sick, right in my crib, 'N' then my sister said That no one else knew how to fix Curl papers on her head. 'N' then my Muvvcr laughed at her As nice as she could be 'Cuz she was makin' toast 'n' gruel 'N' other things for me. My Daddy's such a busy man He can't have any fun. My Muvver says he fights wif giunts 'X' whips 'em one by one. I guess he can, he is so strong, But he's so tired at night He kinder flops down in a chair That Muvver sets just right, Or else he lies down on the couch 'N' pulls his colla...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 July 1908

MRS. FRANK STROEBE A Remarkable Recovery. Mrs. Frank Stroobe, B. I D. 1, Appleton, Wis., writes: "I began using Peruna a fow months ago, when my health and strength were all gone, and I was nothing but .a nervous wreck, could not sleep, eat or rest properly, and telt no desire to live. Peruna made me look at life in a different light, as I began to regain my lost strength. "I certainly think Peruna Is without rival as a. tonic and strength builder. " Why He Could Not Change. The story is told of a Dutchman who certainly needed the services of the farfamed "Lady from Philadelphia" If ever anyone required her assistance. He was assigned to a seat In the coach which obliged him to ride backward through the Block Forest At the first stopping place he asked the postmaster to give him another seat, saying it made him 111 to ride backward. "Ask the man opposite to change with you." said the postmaster, gruffly. "But there is nobody opposite me," complained the Dutchman, "so I cannot ask hi...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 July 1908

TT THE ASHTOiySAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED BVKRV 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, JULY 9, 1908. Report of Y. P. A. Convention at Sterling. Owing- to the absence of our president Brother Gasser, the meeting'' was opened with song service led by the Vice-president Rev. V7. C. Hallwachs. Mr. A. Plapp of Malta and Rev. Burgi then offered prayer, after which JJro. Hallwachs read a portion of God's word recorded in St. John 15:1-15. Rev. J. H. Blaser pastor of the Zion church of Sterling- heartily welcomed the ' convention. He stated that it was certainly a great pleasure to gather under the roof of God's house to praise His holy name, and renew the friendships of former friends. Christ welcomes one and all to His heavenly home and we were most heartily welcomed to the family homes, to their tables and family worship. ...

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

MTON : i ; GAZETTE K2S"' AS iSupplement ji Sup ervisor 5 Report State of Illinois, County of Lee: ss. On Monday, the 8th day of June, A. D. 1908: The Board of Supervisors of Lee County met at the house in the city of in regular session: Present the Hon Paul J. Walter, Frank Hoerner, Commissioners of Highways. State of Illinois, Lee County, Town ot Brooklyn: ss. William Bettner, Paul J. Walter and Frank Hoerner, commissioners of highways of the town of Brooklyn, being each duly sworn on oath says that the construction of the bridges and the repairs of bridges in said town, mentioned in the es- ,vUrejtimate to which this affidavit is atiJlXOn j xi A ta t rtnmh nfltui TloppRRftrv find i ai.iu 1.1 , ,0 m , . that the same will not be made more John M. Trostle, chairman, and tne . expenslve than Is needed for the pur following members, to-wlt: i noses desired. Morris Cook, W. J. Edwards, Chris j Gross, J. B. MOyer, W. C. Jones, E. E. Fischer, Chas. W. Walker, Philip Murphy, T. P. Long, S...

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

J S Brlggs, same 43 75 Frank Brady, same 50 Mrs W mSmith, caring same. 5 00 F N Vaughan, house rent, same . . . . .' 15 00 L B Searles, mdse, same ... 175 E M Ball, same Dahler Bros, same 34 F C Vaughan, coffin and box Foreign witness crtfs 11 80 Balance in bands of treasurer 42920 80 the- board by the county clerk: To the Honorable Board of Supervisors: I, William O. Thompson, county $67172 06 clerk and ex-olficio clerk of Which iv.'.A port is approved b, Eoard of supervisors of Lee county. 00 the loi.rd uuii ;j.- orders and vouoii- Illinois, would respectfully report 5 0 ers credited the treasurer therein that I have Issued the following orare destroyed by burning the same ders in vacation since March 5th, game I O" 1,1 lne presence oi uie Dua.ru. iiua: H W Gridley & Co, mdse for The county clerk presents the fol-'March 16, 1908, order no 1141 me 60 30 lowing report to the board, which i nvarterly payment under act ; O Moyer. Dixon 6th dist, John E Moyer, E C Parsons. ...

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

Office Phone 1&7 Residence 127 1-2 207 Washington St. For Haying Time We have a full line ; of hay forks with both strap and furrel. Double harpoons, pulleys of all kinds, floor hooks, hay carriers etc. also trip rope and first quality hay rope at the regular prices. USE THE WENZELMANN PATENT HAY RACK CLAMPS to make your hay racks. If you use these you do not have to weaken the timbers by boring holes through them. MOORE & GLENN ASHTOIM, ILLINOIS. Colored Post Cards A hton Gazette Book Store. . L. Code Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating Pneumatic Water Supply System Sewerage & Gas Fitting Repairing Rochelle,' FURNITURE Go-Carts, the latest styles. The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet The Best Cabinet Made UNGERS Rochelle, -i - Illinois. PersonalJftems The Gazette $1.50 per year. Mrs. Ada Newcomer was a Dixon caller Friday. Walter' Purdy was a Dixon visitor Friday night. Mrs. Wra. Farver was a visitor in fiochelle Tuesday. W. C. Yenerich was a business c...

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

THE ASHTON GAZETTE DENVER WIDE OPEN FOR THE CONVENTION THE DENVER AUDITORIUM RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTOX, ILLINOIS. HAS $15,000,000 TO SPEND. 4vernment Will Try to DiscovM New Sources of Paper Supply. The Department of Agriculture in fvashington, D. C, has $15,000,000 avail able for carrying on its work during the issuing year. THie forestry service gets 3,89G,200 and the bureau of animal in ustry $3,000,000. To test plants for tfceir availability for making paper $10, 00 is appropriated. The high cost of saper will cause the department to exert lausual energies toward discovering new tour ces of supply. "Especial attention will be paid to Che war on impure food and products during this year," Secretary Wilson said. "We have an appropriation f $820,720 made to the bureau of chemistry and this will be used in the cam paign against adulterated goods. Forty thousand dollars also becomes available for the establishment of a bison range, ear the confluence of tflie Pend Oreile and J...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 July 1908

NEW LAWS OF STATE ARE NOW IN EFFECT Tiff: WEEKLY ILLINOIS STATE NEWS RECORD OF EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK m FASTER COMPELLED TO EAT. 'Wankeirnn Physician Succeeds In - (ioltliiK Wumnii to SiTnllow Food. Mrs. K. K. Hunter, the Zion City faster, was taken into custody the other" day hy Sheriff Giifiiu of Luke (bounty, and will be examined as to her sanity. She was taken to McAllister hospital at Waukegau, where Dr. F. 0. Knight informed her that she must decide to eat within two hours or food would be' forced down her throat. She" yielded at tlhe last moment after the doctor had assured her God would not punish her for eating. Mrs. Hunter told the hospital nurse she was fasting to atone for the sins of her husliand and two sons. She has a strong religious mania, but seems otherwise rational. Dr. Knight said if she had not been compelled to take food death would tiave resulted much sooner than in the case of Mrs. Thompson, another of the cult, who starved herself to death the Jirevious we...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 July 1908

Morals mib $ mmakt j Mrs. Amos Wilson was a Dixm visitor Monday. John Erhanl was borne from . Aurora over the Fourth. Ashton colored souvenir post cards Gazette Book Store. II. W. Bates and wife were Chicago visitors last Thursday. Rev. F. L. Baldwin was a Chirao visitor Monday and Tuesdrj. George Steplian was home ' letween trains Saturday aftersoon. Henry Thomas transacted busi ness at Peoria the first of the week. Mrs. Sarah George and daugh-' tor were business callers in Dixon I Monday. R. Y. Jeter and wife visited franklin Grove relatives over the Fourth. Dr. Jason Brewer of Shabbona was over the first ot the week to visit his parents. Fred Klenke, C. E. Oellig and Tred Kurth celebrated the Fourth at Mendota. Colored post cards of Ashton icenery, 2 for S cents at the Gabette Book Store. H. T. Brown of Rockford came Jown Saturday night to visit at Some of Mrs. S. J. Griffith. M. H. Randall was home for fthe Fourth and left Tuesday morning for Waterloo, Iowa. William Oesterheld a...

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

ASHTOl ASH,TON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1908. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. XIV. NO. 21. ill OLD SETTLER 10 REWARD Mrs. Margaret Vaupel Died Last Week Monday. EMIGRATED FROM GERMANY HiJ livnd in This Vicinity Since the i cii'e Weiiari i .Hrvs r mill" ly of Children Who Are Well-to-do. Mrs. Margaret Stnoll Vaupel was born in Baden, Germany March 25, 1833 and died at her home in Reynolds township July 6, 1908, being aged 75 years, three months and 12 days. In the year of 1855' she emmigrated to America and landed at New York and came directly to Mendota. Later she moved to Binghatnpton near Atnboy where she worked in a hotel for about a year. It was at Binghampton that she was married to Mr. John Vaupel who was employed in a plow shop. After two years of married life they rented a farm in Bradford township. Five years later they bought an eighty acre farm which they sold in 1868 to buy a bigger farm four miles east of the Reynolds church, at which place Mrs. Vaupel died last we...

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

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. KANT DEAD IN FALL OF BRIDGE. -Span Over Rhine Collapses and Fourteen Bodies Are Recovered. The new bridge under construction over the (Rhine at Cologne, fell In and many f the workmen engaged on the structure lost their lives. Up to noon fourteen bodies had been recovered and nine men have teen taken from the water seriously injured. The scaffolding supporting the powerful crane used in the erection of the central span of the bridge collapsed -and the crashing down of this section carried with it several other spans. Several worjcmen were thrown into' the river. Come of them are still underneath the scaffolding and there is no hope whatever for their lives. Immediately after the ecident boats put out for the scene and began the work of rescue. About twenty truggling men were quickly picked up. The police and fire brigades of Cologne were notified and hurried to the river to assist in the work of salvage and rescue. They...

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

I JOLIET BOYS CONFESS MUBDER. SlntU and Starlha Arrested an ChnrKe of Slaying Bletiner. Anton Bluth and Matt Stariha, 18 and 19 years ,old, respectively, were arrested charged with the murder o August Beltzner, a Joliet merchant, at his place of business on a recent night. Stariiha confessed that they had gone to Beltzner's tore to rob him, but when they leveled revolvers at him and ordered him to throw up his bands the old man chased them to the door, where tlhey fired at him. The boys went to their homes and went to bed,, but the police secured evidence of heir identity from a young woman who had seen them in the neighborhood before the Shooting. Both have been identified by street car men as the men who held them up and stole their watches and money it the end of the Granite street Jine. They were also Identified 'by Peter Murln, a saloonkeeper, as the holdup men wiio locked him in his ice box and rifled bis cash drawer. It is believed that a long list of crimes, including the my...

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

ROOM SIZE RUGS. 2iew fall designs and colorings in an immense assortment in both sizes and prices are coming in daily. NEW INGRAIN CARPETINGS. New fall effects in these goods also and quality is the best obtainable. GET OUR Prices. Get into the way of trading here and you we both will be pleased because it will make money for each and friends of both. THE W EYES Furniture (EL Carpet Room 216-218 West First Street Phone 161. Great Honse-Iurnishlng Concern of Mta Illinois Dixon. - - - " Illinois. Ashton Colored Post Cards Gazette Book Store. j fHE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. - PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. V TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Jne year Six months, Four months $1.50 .,75 . .S0 (Cntered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. ij TELEPHONE NO. 68. THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1908. Ex-Governor Yates and his managers with the aid of the great Illinois Central railroad company worked up a big. campaign opening in Chicago recently. The Chicago Tribune sa...

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

i I For Haying Time Weliave a full line of hay forks with both strap and furrel.v Double harpoons, pulleys of all kinds, floor hooks, hay carriers etc. . also trip rope and first quality hay rope at the Tegular prices. USE THE WENZELMANN PATENT HAY RACK CLAMPS to make your hay racks. If you use these you do not have' to weaken the timbers by boring fyoles through them. MOORE & GLENN ASHTON, ILLINOIS. Watcbfs C W. Jonker, Watchmaker, nqravr, Optician. jRsbton, Illinois. Clocks Silvtrwart Office Phone 127 Residence 127 1-2 Estimates Furnished A. L. CODE Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating Pneumatic Water Supply System Sewerage & Gas Fitting Repairing 207 Washington St. Rochelle, Illinois. ffiersonal3temg The Gazette $1.50 per year. Mrs. John Greve was a Dixon visitor Friday. John Schade was a Rochelle visitor Thursday. Mrs E. H. Chad wick was a visitor iH Dixon Monday. G. A. Over of Sterling was up Monday to transact business. Birthday Swastika post cards at ...

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

WHEN MY LOVE COMES. My love may come In early spring, Through orchards, April kissed. With happy bluebirds caroling In dreamy skies of mist. Then sing, glad oriole, and hash The mourning of the dove; But sing! sing! bobolink, and thrush, Of love, and love, aud love! Or she may come in summer days, When heated meadows rest. And down the fields a goldfinch sways Upon the thistle's crest. Then, blackthroat, sing ! You love th sun ; Sing, quail, amid the heat; And all your songs shall make this one, My sweet ! my sweet ! my sweet ! Her path may lie through leafless trees, Her dainty feet may stir Boft rustling leaves ; the chickadees ' May all make love to her. Then, sun, shine soft from golden skin; Stay, happy wind, to kiss Her cheek, and fill my sweetheart's eyes With bliss, and bliss, and bliss ! Across a track of drifting snow If she should chance to trend The lingering flakes shall come and go Around her darling head. The longing flakes shall touch her hair, Then, snowbird, round ...

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

TWO CUEE3 07 ECZEMA. Babr Had Severe Attack Grandfather Suffered Torments with It Owe Recovery to Cotlcora. "In 1SS1 my grandson, a babe, had an attack of eczema, and after trying the doctors to the extent of heavy bill and an Increase of the disease and suffering, I recommended Cutlcura and in a few weeks the child was well. He Is to-day a strong man and absolutely free from the disease. A few years ago I contracted eczema and became an intense sufferer. A whole winter passed without once having on shoes, nearly from the knees to the toes being covered with virulent sores. I tried many doctors to no purpose. Then I procured the Cutlcura Remedies and found immediate improvement and final cure. M. W. LaRue,845 Seventh St, Louisville, Ky., Apr. 23 and May 14, '07." Johnny' Narrow Eacape. "Johnny came mighty near choking to death the other day," said Mrs. Lapsling. "He was eating popcorn, and he got a groin of It fast in his windpipe. At least that's where I thought it was, but when th...

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

" Phil N.Marks has decided to make a Raus Mit Ihm Sale as Mr. Strube wants the store room bv the 25th and rather than move the stock I have marked down all the stock for a Green Ticket Sale. Every article has been marked down so that it will be money in it for you to lay in a good supply. . THING its-3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 4.85, 4.95,'5.00, 5.25, 5.75, 6 75 25 9.25, 10.7& :rQ An q $.75, .95 1.25, 1.50, 1.75, 2.00; CI o Mens' su Boys' suits, 4 to 9, Boys' " 9 to 15, Boys' " long pants, 14 to 20 years Men's blue bib overalls Men's blue bib overalls, double knee Mens' Bal Briggam shirts and drawers, each Mens' straw hats Mens' re.d and blue handkerchiefs Mens' Suspenders Ladies' black or tan Hose, per pair $1.25, 1.75, 1.85, 1.95, 2.5a $2.bU to 4. i. 40g 50c 18c 5, 10 and 15c 3c 10 and 156 '5c Boys' regular 20 and 25c hose, per pair Misses hose, black or tan per pair Boys' satin calf shoes, 9 to 13i Boys' satin calf shoes, 1 to 2 Boys' satin calf shoes, 24 to 54 Large assortment...

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

ASHTO JL JL JLL JJsd VOL. XIV. NO. 22. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, TH URSDAY, JULY 23, 1908. 11.60 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. C. CLIFFE TO LE Prominent DeKalb County Man Seeks Nomination at Primaries IS BACKED BY COUNTY PRESS Lawyer-of Ability and a Party Man of Induitry Haa Wide Acquaint, ance and Confidence of all. In announcing the candidacy of Adam C. Cliffe, as a candidate for representative from the 35th Senatorial District, the Sycamore True Republican says as follows: "Adam C. Clifte of Sycamore, h is announced that he is a candidate for member of the general assembly. He has takeu this step only after consulting with many republicans throughout the county, who have urged him t6 become a candidate. It is generally recognized that no man in DeKalb county, with possibly one exception, is in closer touch with the politics of the district and state and possesses more of these qualities necessary in the legislator who accomplished things. Mr. Clime has the entire confidence of the leaders of the...

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

THE ASHT01M GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTOM, ILLINOia TO MAKE WAB ON FLEAS. Can Francisco Board of Health Decrees Crusade Against the Pest. The San Francisco rats being on die run, a warfare on fleas has been decreed ty the board of health of the Golden Gate City and the sanitation committee has been directed to prepare orders requiring theaters, churches and her places of public assemblage periodically to be tihorughly cleaued. The removal of rugs, carpets, etc., and the application of insecticides to tilie floors will be a portion of the requirements designed to minimize the inect pest. The use of insecticides two or three times week to free the street cars from fleas will be made mandatory on the companies. The action was taken pursuant to the recommendation of Dr. Rupert Blue, who accounted for the lesser prevalence of the fleas this season by the thoorugh cleaning up of tbe city in connection with plague precautions. The danger from tuberculosis and other diseases. Dr...

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