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

6 AROUND A BIG STATE 1 Brief Compilation of ' ILLINOIS NEWS ' MYSTERY OP STAJiM MURDER. OExveot to Find Bodies of Missing Son Ilnrled Near Farmhouse. William Stnmm, the accused murderer -of his two sons at Modoc, is still a prisoner in the county jail. Sheriff Burns And his deputies believe they will have eoriclnsive evidence of his guilt. Deputies .are at work upon clews gathered about flic scene of the alleged crime, and Sheriff Bums lias received information that a party engaged in cxeavatihg an old well which v.n-3 filled about the time of the disappearance of Charles Stamm last May Bad bec:i compelled to stop the work after gaW.'r. to a depth of several feet because of the overpowering odor. It is believed that in this well-the remains of the missing young men will be uncovered. Stamm maintains a stolid reticence, insisting gtoutl;. that he knows nothing of the whereabouts of his sons. However, Sher iff Burns lias extorted from him a number of statements which are conflicting a...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 August 1908

J. McCan Davis Talks to Illinois Republicans Leading Candidate for Republican Nomination for Clerk of the Supreme Court, in Formal Statement, Tells Why He Asks Support at Primaries Aug. 8. "A Republican of the Lincoln Type" - -Dekalb Rnvieih. J. McCAN DAVIS. J. McCan Davis of Springfield is widely known as a newspaper and magazine writer, biographer of Abraham Lincoln, and "all around man of affairs." He is a native of Illinois, and is an authority on the state's politics and history. He is a member of the bar and is recognized as one of the ablest men in the state. And he is essentially a "self-made man." He is called the "country candidate" for Clerk of the Supreme Court, oecause he is being supported by nearly all Republicans outside of Chicago. The office is now held by a Chicago man, and has been so held for twelve years. There is a widespread sentiment that this year the office should go to the "country", rather than Chicago, and Mr. Davis is being supported as the "country ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 August 1908

A Gazette. SHTON H r VOL. XIV. NO. 25. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1908. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. REPUBLICAN PRIMARY VOTE IN LEE COUNTY. For United State Senator ALBERT J. HOPKINS WILLIAM E. MASON GEORGE EDMOND FOSS.. WILLIAM G, WEBSTEB.... For Governor CHARLES S. DENEEN RICHARD YATES For Secretary of State JAMES A. ROSE FRED E. STERLING JOHN J. BROWN BERT H. McCANN WILLIAM F. LYNCH For State Senator 35th District B. F. DOWNING JOHN P. YETTER ARTHUR G. HARRIS For Representative In Assembly JOHN H. GRAY GEORGE M. TINDALL CHARLES A. DAVIS ADAM C. CLIFFE THOMAS McENANEY For County Coroner CHARLES T. SMITH CHARLES S. REYNOLDS... For State's Attorney HARRY EDWARDS JAMES W. WATTS 58 87 90 6 43 103 12 5 1 72 21 78 80 70 28 47 1 102 44 104 66 . ',i 'a R R E. I S fl'.i-S g g- a .S 9 $ S & S S naaaa(3:"aC! HCio SSS'S.a'S-.Bg a S ti c u u a 2 S 3 2 2 2 J J v 3 n v o 3 -2 c o 3 icacpaoQOQQQ aHawijaa zcuityigg h a 100 07 46 25 22 31) 71 101 75 62 05 72 IB 84 8 38 46 22 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 August 1908

1 THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. MAROONED 600 xEEX IIP CLIET. Springfield, 111., Boy Spends Day of Peril in California. Word reached I.os Angeles the other night of a desperate adventure of Irving Spalding, the l.Vvear-old son of A. I' Spalding of Springfield, 111., who spent all one day on a ledge lit) feet high at Santa Oatalina Island. The hoy was in a perilous position, confined to close quar ters, and the slightest misstep would have dashed him to death on the rocks below Young Spalding left the hotel where he was staying with his father early in the morning and climhed the cliff. On reaching the ledge he was unable to go farther and could not climb dnw'n. His father, becoming anxious as evening came, organized a searching party and soon found tlhe boy. The rescue was accomplished only after two hours' effort. A rope was low ered from the top of the precipice nearly 101) feet above where the boy stood and he was pulled to safety. Iiryond the se ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 August 1908

1- WEALTH OF ILLINOIS. fSectlon Ih Highly Favored In Mineral and Afcrlcultariil ProductN. The output of Illinois coal for the year 1907 is valued at $54.oS7,.SS2. As a coal -producer the State was the second in the Union, but it was a loug way r-oh'nd Pennsylvania, which has bituminou.f and .-anthracite 'n tnormous quantities and lends all the other Slates in both kinds. Pennsylvania, however, is completely out- . classed by Illinois in the production of rgiuin, and tb Illinois coal is worth more than the goii of California and Colorado -combined. Thia State is thus fortunate iu its mines and its agriculture. Th' territory that it occupies will supply the food for many millions, its coal :s a constant invitation to manufacturers, the entire State may be called a railroad center, there is transportation by the groat lakes and there are possibilities of ft remarkable expansion in river transportation. In nil the United States and in all the world there is no more favored .area for the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 August 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 Kntered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, AUG. 13, 1908. Goodman Asks For His Release; Gets It. A Terre Haute paper contains the following-item of interest to Ashton fans: , Clyde Goodman, third-sacker, was given his unconditional recase yesterdav by President Smith of the local ball club. Goodman was left behind when the Tots hit the road for the pre sent trip and since that tune Goodman has asked for his re lease. Goodie, while a good player, is liaidly up to the stand ard, required in the Central league. His chief fault was his inability to slug and his tendency to falter in the pinches. Goodman yesterday made it known that he would quit the national game for the rest of the season, at least, although he has several offers from various clubs. He covered third and short all o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 August 1908

I i Don't You Need For harvest time some of these articles Machine Hammers Machine Punches ,. Agricultural Wrenches Knife Handle "Wrenches S Wrenches Adjustable S Wrenches Alligator Wrenches : Adjustable Alligator Wrench Screw Drivers Pliers and Pinchers Pump Oil Cans Funnel Oil Cans Plain Oil Cans, Cold Chisels Hay Rack Clamps Three Tine Forks. Oils, Hard Oil, Axle Grease We Have them all. The kind that will suit you. MOORE & i GLENN ASHTOM, ILLINOIS. Watches Jewtlrv C W. Zenker, Watchmaker, engraver, Optician, Ushton, Illinois. Clocks Silverware There Is No Better Wagon On Earth Than &e NEWTON FOR sale: by O. W. GRIFFITH ASHTOIM, ILLINOIS Morals atti numala J Fred Wood was a visitor in Chicago Friday. S. T. Zeller transacted business in Sterling Friday. . . i Henry J. A. Griese transacted business in Dixon Saturday. Ashton colored souvenir post cards Gazette Book Store. Mrs. J. B. Farver was a visitor in Rochelle Friday afternoon. George Stephan was a busin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 August 1908

THE SUNSET CTTY. There's a city that lies in the Kingdom of Clouds, In the glorious country on high, Which an azure and silvery curtain en shrouds, To screen it from mortal eye; A .pity of temples and turrets of gold, That gleam by a sapphire sea, Like jewels more splendid than earth may behold, Or are dreamed of by you and by me. And about it are highlands of amber that reach Far away till they meet in the gloam And waters that hem an immaculate beach With fringes of luminous foam. Aerial bridges of foam there are, And belfries of marvelous shapes. And lighthouses lit by the evening star, That -sparkle on violet capes ; And hanging gardens that far away Eucbantedly float aloof; Rainbow pavilions in avenues gay, And banners of glorious woof ! When the summer sunset's crimsoning fires Are aglow in the western sky. The pilgrim discovers the domes and spires Of this wonderful city on high ; And gazing enrapt as the gathering shade Creeps over the twilight lea, Sees palace and pinnacle ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 August 1908

0 THE GOME AND SEE SIGH This sign is permanently attached to the front of the main building of the Lydia, E. Pinkham Medicine Company, Lynn, Mass. Wlinr. TnH This Sitrn Mean ? It means that public inspection of the Laboratory and methods of doing business is honestly aesirea nmeans that there is nothing about tne dus. iness which is not "open and above boaid." 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. Rnkham's Vegetable Compound. Is it a purely vegetable compound made irom roots ana nerDs wiut out drugs ? r Onme and See. Do the women of America continu. ally use as much of it as we are told Come and Sec. Was there ever such a person as Lydia E. Pinkham, and is there any Mrs. Pinkham now to whom sick woman are asked to write r 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. Have the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 August 1908

fa , COLONEL FRANK O. LOWDEN Nominated for a Third Term in Congress from this District. -personal Stems ' Mrs. Lewis Wood was a visitor in Chicago Tuesday. Frasik Bassler transacted business in Dixon yesterday. W. B. McCrea transacted business in Chicago yesterday. Mrs. C. W. Jonker visited yes-1 tenlay with Rochelle relatives. Mrs. M. W. Good was in Dixon yesterday transacting business matters. Miss Hattie Mushner- has returned from a visit with relatives in Clinton, Iowa. R. W, Jeter and wife visited Franklin Grove relatives over Tuesday evening. Mrs. Augusta Schmidt and two children are guests at the liome of John Nass. 15. S. Rosecrans was in Chicago vesterday purchasing slock for the clothing store. Miss Genevieve1 Cheadle went to McCall, Illinois Thuasday for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jurgeson were guests this past week at the home of Mrs. George Miller. tX,et me show you a very useful -article, simple and easy. Boyle Needle Threader, only 25 cents. Smith's Pharmacy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 August 1908

VOL. XIV. NO. 26. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1908. 11.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. It LEG BROKEN TWICE Fell Fiom an Old Shed Nachusa Farm at HE FELL GRAZING HIS HEAD Injured Man Wa Brought Home in an .Ambulance Recovery Will be Slow on Account of Advanced Age. An accident befell W. W. Webster Friday morainer which will confine him to his bed for loner time. At his advanced age of 73 years it will be a long time hetore he can be tin and around if he ever fully recoyers. Friday morning' he drove down to the farm, iust west of Nachu sa to tear down an old shed About eleyen o'clock he was up in the hav mow of the shed knocking off the roof boards with an axe. He was standing upon a lot of poles which formed the floor of the mow. The poles broke and let Mr. Webster fall ia the eround. eiffht or ten feet below. The poles fell across his right leg breaking it just above the knee and also just below the hip. Mr. Webster lay under the poles for some time and upon hearing a team drive ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 August 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. AtHTOM. ILLINOIS. LAUGHS AT BITE; DIES OF R.ATUE3 Hew York Man, ignoring "Wife' Warning, Disregards Her Advice. Although Conrad Steingruber laughed at the Christ hospital physicians in Jersey City, who said that he would die in twenty-four hours from the effects of a bite from a dog, the prophecy was fulfilled. Steingruber said Ihe was a disbeliever in hydrophobia and that he would be around again in a few days, despite the warnings of the physiicans. He rapidly grew worse, however, and all hope was given up of saving his life. He remained conscious until the end, and almost the last words he spoke were that he would get well. Steingruber was bitten by a tog three weeks ago, but paid no attention to the bite, and when warned by his wife that he might develop rabies he merely laughed at her, saying hydrophobia had no terrors for him. On Mpnday last he began to show signs of rabies and con' ailtpri a nhysioinn. On Wednesday ailed at the ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 August 1908

BESULTS OF ILLINOIS' 'Governor Charles S. Deneen Wins Gubernatorial Nomination Over Richard Yates. OGLESBY IS KIS RUNNING MATE ."Magic of a Name Gives Adlal E. Stevenson Victory on the Democratic Ticket. ' "Chicago correspondence : Charles S. Deneen won .the Republican nomination for Governor in the .State primary election. Richard Yates, although ho lost, iuado a gallant flght Adlal E. Stevenson carried away the honors In the gubernatorial flght on tba Democratic side. From the early down-State returns he seemed to have swept all counties outside of Cook. Col. James Hamilton Lewis was apparently second in the flght. He made a runaway race in Chjcago, defeating all the other entries by about 13,000. John P. McGoorty was close up to Lewis for second place, und Douglas Pattlson was fourth. In the fight for State's Attorney nominations in Cook County John B. W. Wayman, by tha aid of the United Societies, defeated John J. Healy on the Republican side. On the Democratic ticket William E....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 August 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED KVEUY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year .... $1.50 Sx months, .... .75 Four montlis ' - - - .00 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class, matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, AUG, 20, 1908. DECLINE OF BANK BURGLARY Combination of Bankers Has Driven Professionals from a Lucrative I Field. Previous to 1896 there was seldom a year that the losses through tank burglaries did not amount to $100,000, and in a number of years the losses amounted to several times that amount. The decline of professional bank burglary dates from 1895. In that .year the American Bankers' association formed a protective committee for the extermination of bank burglars, and a contract was entered into with one of the leading detective agencies in the country. In 1S95 the banks of the country lost more than $200,000 through burglaries. Of the 8,383 members last year, having an aggregate surplus, capital and deposits of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 August 1908

Don't You Need For harvest time some of these articles Machine Hammers Machine Punches Agricultural Wrenches Knife Handle Wrenches S Wrenches Adjustable S Wrenches Alligator Wrenches Adjustable Alligator Wrench Screw Drivers Pliers and Pinchers Pump Oil Cans Funnel Oil Cans Plain Oil Cans Cold Chisels Hay Rack Clamps Three Tine Forks. Oils, Hard Oil, Axle Grease We Have them all. The Kind that will suit you. MOORE & GLENN ASHTON, - - ILLINOIS. 7 tain attbfltsottaia J Watches Jewelry C W. Jonker, Watchmaker, Engraver, Optician. Msbton, Illinois Clocks Silverware There Is No Better Wagon On Earth Than Uye NEWTON FOR SALE BV O. W. to GRIFFITH ASHTON, : ILLINOIS , , Mr. Good was a Dixon caller Tuesday. Fred Wood spent Tuesday in Chicago. Warren Sanders was a Dixon visitor Tuesday. Miss Eva Greve went to Roche'l'e Friday afternoon. Mrs. Attn Sindlinger was sick a few days the past week. "I .win -mrl wife were Rochelle visitors Monday. Ashton colored souvenir post cards Gazett...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 August 1908

110 TLtty FOR HOLIDAYS. lie never had time to play. He never b:ul time to rest, But lie worked away ami thought of a day . When what he had done would attest The usefulness of his life; His worth as a man among men; Then he would quit the strife He would rest on his laurels then. As a bondsman chained he slaved, Ever looking ahead; As a miser he hoarded and saved Grudging his daily bread! Beyond was a happy day Nearer and nearer it drew When his work should be p'lt away, And care should be banished, too! At iast, upon a day, When the sun was low in the west, lie pnt his work away, And sat him down to rest ; But where was the dreained-of bliss? And why was it now denied? Things seemed to have gone amiss So .he brooded awhile, and died. m The Death Head 'mm It was bought by Mortimer Dnvent at a sale held in a rambling old country house somewhere within twenty miles of London, and he was first attracted to It by Its horribly repulsive appear ance. I allude to the mummified head of a Ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 August 1908

Canae and Effect. Only In the United States do many people, on rising from bed, eat a big meal, ofteu Including beefsteak, bam and eggs, fried potatoes, bot cakes, hot biscuits, mush and syrup. Only in the United States do many people eat flesh food three times a day. Only in the United States do many people swallow their meals with one eve on the clock.. Only in the United States do many people take coffee or ice water with all their meals. Including dinner. The neonle of the United States con sume vastly more cane sugar per capita than any other nation in the world. On the other hand, the United States lends the world In doctors, dyspepsia and dentists. It has more doctors per capita than any other country except Australia, where they eat even more mont than do Americans. In Bulgaria, with a population of onir 2.noo.000. where the mass of the ,r, tii o Hvp on sour milk and black bread, there are more centenarians than In the United States. Draw your own conclusions. All Hemlert Sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 August 1908

SCHOOL BEGINS MONDAY, AUGUST 31. TABLETS PENCILS s yfrA ff1' Sch T SLATES CRAYONS 31st day or August at 9:00 a. m. lhe teachers desire COMPOSITION BOOKS tohev7ne at they may lake up the jJ BOOKS CHALK work Monday morning. Come early to get your V - PENCIL BOXES INK Lgf M COLORED CRAYONS Texl8 FEB ii Pffl HOLDERS i " : : : " l Efce GAZETTE BOOK STORE $ersonal3ftems Eisenberg Studio over Strube Building-. Mrs. Wtn C. Scliafer is reported as deing very low. Mrs. Martin Krug was a Rochelle visitor yesterday. Mr. A. J. Nickey was a Franklin Grove caller Tuesday. Gerge Knapp of Ute, Iowa is here on a visit with his relatives. Alva Griswold and wife were in Rochelle Monday afternoon on business. Attorney and Mrs. V. H. Meyers were visitors in Dixon yesterday. Mrs. Amos Wilson and Miss Mamie Klaus were Dixon visitors "Wednesday. Miss Josephine Jurgeson of Chicago is the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. Fred Richardson. Miss Lizzie Trostle of Franklin Grove was an Ashton visitor Sunday. E. L. Titus of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 August 1908

AS HTQN VOL. XIV. NO. 27. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1908. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. r REPUBLICANS IT IN Meeting Held in Dixon City Hall Last Week Wednesday . NEW OFFICERS WERE ELECTED Several Scraps in the Organization Committee Chairman Banki Made a Harmony Speech. of Tlie Lee County Republican Central Committee met in Dixon last week Wednesday afternoon and all the members were present except S. O. Barnett of Alto and H, L. Kissiter of .Willow Creek. The meeting; was called - to order by Chairman Banks of Compton who stated the purpose of the meeting. The first business was the selection of a chairman and States Attorney Charles W. Wooster placed in nomination the present chairman, John W. Banks and John E. Mover placed in nomin ation Attorney John B. Craotree. Upon roll call Mr, Banks received sixteen votes and Mr. Crabtree eleven. Mr. Banks was declared elected. Although the meeting was a stormy one there being a fight on all propositions, the newly elected chairma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 August 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. SECRET GEM-CRYPT IS LOOTED. thieves Get $50,000 in Jewels from 1 Commodore Bourne's Mansion. From a treasiire-rooni in the country mansion of Commodore Frederick G. ISourue at Oakdnle, L. I., the location of which has been a family secret ever since the mansion was erected, jewels valued at more than jrw.OOO have been stolon. The jewels were those worn by Commodore Iidurne's three daughters at the horse show, the opera and other functions famous for. the display of gems. Although the robbery took placri nearly two months ago, it was not until the other day that the facts became known. Every effort has been made to recover the diamonds through Hie agency of private detectives without appealing to the police. Commodore I'ouine and his family left Indian Neck Hall, as the mansion is called, two months ago for Dark Island, on the St. Lawrence river, while alterations were being made. Following the departure of the family 10...

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