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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 October 1908

OUB GREAT AMERICAN CROPS. AROUND A BIG 3IURDE3 VICTIM IS IDENTIFIED. .JHan Killed on Farm Near Kolxe IVol Carl Nlcksted, a Butcher. The body of the man who was found murdered on the farm of William Kolze ..in Kolze was identified as that of Carl Nicksted, 40 years old, 239 Sangamon " :treet, Chicago, a butcher. The ldentifi -cation was made at the county morgue . at Dunning by the dead man's wife, Ma rion Nicksted. 37 vars old. , It was lirought about by a pawn ticket which was found in a pocket of the victim's vest .and which was apparently overlooked m the, first search of the clothing. Mrs. Nicksted became hysterical and fainted af ter making the identification. Nicksted van first believed to'have been beaten to -death with a sandbag found near the body. but it was later discovered that he had ; teen shot in the head, the bullet penetrat ing the brain. No revolver was found. s FARMERS TO FIGHT MILK CUT. ;Elitlu District Dairymen "Plan to Oru-anlze tor Protection. Reduction of who...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 October 1908

t 0 THT ASHTOIH GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AMD PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVEHY 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, OCT. 1, 1908. Republican Ticket. For President of the United States WILLIAM H. TAFT For vice-president of the U. S. . JAMES S. SHERMAN For Governor CHARLES S. DENEEN For lieutenant Governor JOHN G. OGLESBY For secretary of State JAMES A. ROSE For Auditor Public Accounts JAS. S. McCULLOUGH For State Treasurer ANDREW RUSSELL For Attorney General WILLIAM H. STEAD For Clerk of Supreme Court . J. McCAN DAVIS For Congressman FRANK O. LOWDEN For Board of Equalization EDMUND JACKSON For State Senator 35th Dist. B. F. DOWNING For Representatives 35th Dish! J. H. GRAY ADAM C. CLIFFE . v For Clerk of Appellate Court CHRISTOPHER C. DUFFY For Clerk of Circuit Court "WILLIAM B. McMAHAN For Coroner CHARLES T. SMITH For States Attorney HARRY EDWA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 October 1908

K,ayo Lamps Are Positively Reliable, Absolutely Safe, Unexcelled in light giving power. They are constructed jof brass1 handsomely nickled and have white shades. Every lamp is warranted. The price is right. : : Lanterns We have a large stock of the large sized -cold blast lanterns to go at a special price, : : i : . : Moore &1 Glenn, Ashton, - - Illinois. Has It JSitou&H for JO JPefsons i3 minutes j&y 3 W..J , ThinK of the time saved . in the morning! Arid it chops everything else also. SAVES TIME, SOLD BY Charter's Store DON'T FORGET THAT IT'S HEADQUARTERS WE ARE FOR schooi; BOORS &i SUPPLIES THAT'S ALL. GAZETTE BOOK STORE Seasonable Goods Porch Furniture of every Description and Quality UNGER'S Rochelle, Illinois. borate mdt $ arjsmtals j Coal E Winter Jacob Wagner transacted business in Dixon. J. C. Griffith received a car load of lime Saturday. Mrs. George Meister visited in Franklin Grove Saturday. J. C. Wetzel and wife visited Ro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 October 1908

AS OLD HOME SAY REVERIE. How I'd like to be there, though (Five and throe and two are ten) Wonder if it looks the same Nowadays as it did then. I can 9ec them, plain as day (Thirteen, eighteen, twenty-four) The old farmhouse, and the barn WiUi the sunlight on the floor. Just beyond, the meadow green, And the woodland, dark, and cool, ,WiUh the river running through, And the sandy swimming poolForty years since I left home! Don't seem possible to me It can be so long ago (Thirty-seven, carry three). Recollect the husking bees, And the dancing: "All hands 'round"? Night the district school house burned? Day Skip French was nearly drowned? Wonder what's become of Jim, .Tack and Kate and Lulu Fenn? (Strange these figures don't come right) S'pose she ever married Ben? Berrying on tSie summer hills, Fishing when the day was bad, Skating -those long winter nights Ah, the merry times we had ! How I'd like to be there now, Walking down the village street ; (Seventeen, nineteen, twenty-five, ...

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

MY OWN FAMILY USB PE-RU-NA. FT HON. GEORGE W. HONEY. Hon. George W. Honey, National Chaplain U.. V. U., ex-Chaplain B'ourth Wisconsin Cavalry, ex-Treasurer Stat of Wisconsin, and ex-Quartermaster General State of Texas G. A. R., writei fro) 1700 First St., N. E Washington, D. C, as follows : "I cannot too highly recommend your preparation for Ihe relief of catarrhal troubles in their various forms. Some nieiiiliers of iny own family huve used it' with most cratifyine results. When other remedies failed. Peruna proved most efficBc nus and I cheerfully certi fy to its curative excellence." Mr. Fred L. Hebard. for nine years a leading nhntnirrnnher of Kansns City Jlo., located at the northeast corner of 12th and Grand Aves., cheerfully gives the following testimony: "It is a proven fact that Peruna will cure catarrh and la eritme. and as a tonic It has no equal. Druggists have tried to make me take something else 'just as good,' but Peruna Is good enough for me." Pe-ru-na in Tablet For...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 October 1908

Gazette $1.50 per year. Is your subscription paid? iJohn II. Griese was a Dixon visitor Friday. Jacob Wagner of Dixon was an As i ton visitor Saturday. George Kersten Sr. went to Chicago Friday on business. ,Carl Wedler was a passenger to Kocl.ielle Friday morning. George Garrett was a business caller in Rochelle Thursday. Mrs. A. M. Bates of DeKarb was an Ash ton visitor Friday. Henry Salzman went to Roch elle on business Saturday morning. Louis Henning from Mendota was here on business Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles -Hunter went to Dixon Friday morning to visit relatives. Mrs. Harry Wisman and children visited friends at . Franklin Grove Friday. Miss Dena Cordes and sister, Mrs. Will Ashenbrenner, were Dixon visitors Thursday. Mrs. T. J2. Stevens and child ren were passeHgers to Franklin Grove Thursday evening. Will Edgington, of Palatine spent several days in this city visiting relatives last week. Harry Wright went to Rochelle Thursday morning where he wjll work at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 October 1908

ASHTOI I ! 1 1 U VOL. XIV. NO. 33. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1908. 11.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. BURGLARS LOOT UNCLE SAM'S SAFE Blow Ud Strom? Box At the Franklin Grove Post Office GATHERED $800 IN STAMPS Job Wrt Done by Expert and Wat Not Suspected Until Poitmaiter Arrived In the Morning. The safe in the postoffice at Frankin Grove was blown Friday morning, early, probably about one o'clock, and the burglars secured between $700 and $800 in stamps and about $200 in money. About six o'clock when assistant postmaster Graver went down to open up the postoffice he discovered that burglars had been at work in the office. When he tried the door he found it difficult to open and then noticed that the shades had been drawn at the windows. Remem bering- that he had left them up the night before he thought something1 was wrong so forced the doors open and entering found that the safe had been blown. Thiy'ob was neatly done, probably with nitro-glycenne and by experts in the busines...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 October 1908

'If THE WORLD'S WAY. .At Haroun's court it chanced, upon a time, i An Arab poet made this pleasant rhyme The new moon is a horse-shoe, wrought of God, 'Wherewith the Sultan's stallion shall be shod." On hearing this, his highness smiled, and gave The man a gold piece. Sing again, O slave ! Above his lute the happy singer bent, And turned another gracious compliment, And. as before, the smiling Sultan gave The man a sekkah. Sing again, O slave ! Again the verse came, fluent as a rill That wanders, silver-footed, down a hill The Sultan, listening, nodded as before. Still gave the gold, and still demanded more. The nimble fancy that had climbed so high Grew weary with its climbing by and by; Strange discords rose ; the sense went quite amiss; The singer's rhymes refused to meet and kiss ; Invention' flagged, the lute bad got un strung, And twice he sang the song already sung. The Sultan, furious, called a mute, and said, Musta, straightway whip me off his head ! Poets' not in Arabia al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 October 1908

ft TH WEEKLY1 1 mum The back is the mainspring of woman's organism. It quickly calls attention to trouble by aching. It tells, -with other symptoms, such as nervousness, headache, pains in the loins, weight in the lower part of the body, that a woman's feminine organism needs immediate attention. In such cases the one sure remedy which speedily removes the cause, and restores the feminine organism to a healthy, normal condition is LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Mrs. Will Young, of 6 Columbia Ave., Rockland, Me., says : " I was troubled for a long1 time with dreadful backaches and a pain in my side, and was miserable in every way. I doctored until I was discouraged and thought I would never get well. I read what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had done for others and decided to try it ; after taking three bottles I can truly say that I never felt so well in my life." Mrs. Augustus Lyon, of East Earl, Pa., writes to Mrs. Pinkham: "I had very severe backaches, and pressing...

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

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. POBUSHED BVBHY THURSDAY. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year .... $1.50 Six months, ... .75 Four months .50 Bntered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 68. THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1908. Republican Ticket. For President of the United States WILLIAM H. TAFT For vice-president of the U. S. JAMES S. SHERMAN For Governor CHARLES S. DENEEN For lieutenant Governor JOHN G. OGLESBY For secretary of State JAMES A. ROSE JTor Auditor Public Accounts JAS. S. McCULLOUGH For State Treasurer ANDREW RUSSELL For Attorney General WILLIAM H. STEAD For Clerk of Supreme Court J. McCAN DAVIS For Congressman FRANK O. LOWDEN For Board of Equalization EDMUND JACKSON For State Senator 35th Dist . B. F. DOWNING For Representatives 35th J. H. GRAY ADAM C. CLIFFE For Clerk of Appellate Court CHRISTOPHER C. DUFFY For Clerk of Circuit Court WILLIAM B. McMAHAN For Coroner CHARLES T. SMITH For States Attorney HARRY EDWARDS For Cou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 October 1908

SUPPLEMENT TO ASHTON GAZETTE Supervisor's ....Report Tuesday, Sept. 8, 1908. Stata of Illinois, County of Lee, ss. On Tuesday the 8th day of September, A. D. 1908, the board of supervisors of Lee county, Illinois met at the court house in the city of Dixon, pursuant to adjournment. Present Honorable John M. Trostle, Chairman, and the following members, towit: Morris Cook, W. J. Ed wards. Chris Gross, J. B. Moyer, W C. Jones, E. E. Fischer, C. W. Walk er. Philip Murphy, J. P. Dunn, T. r. Long, S. L. Shaw, Abram Ackert, James Buckley, J. H. Huyett, W. W. Harden, Ralph E. Johnson, Michael Sullivan, Chas. I. Will, J. P. Malach John Montavon, Lars C. Risetter and A. S. Wells. On motion of Supervisor Risetter ail bills on file against Lee county are referred to their proper commit tees. On motion of Supervisor Huyett, the primary election bills for the primaries held August 8th, last are re ferred to the claims committee. Supervisor Cook moved that the chairman appoint a committee of thre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 October 1908

May IS 1908 from D H Law exc Jane Wiley est 56 21 June 11 1908 froiu John E Moyer, Ogle co proportionate share of exp for Grand Detour bridge 156 16 Total $120674 8! Which statement is received anr' approved and ordered placed on file Disbursements Dec 1 1907 Int on Lee bonds $1050 00 June 1 08 same. 1050 00 " June 1 08 ct hse bond no 32 to 40 inclusive 10000 00 12100 00 D.'c 14, 07 C Kenshaw, heir of Isabella Barge eat. ... 4 43 Jan 17 OS John Bauman, heir of Tina Depuy est. . 99 43 Fob 2 0 08 heirs of Botilda Anderson est 65 64 June IS 08 Jesse Wiley heir Jane Wiley est 56 21 Fee for reeeiv $71679.48 716 79 Fee pay out $75595.97 755 95 County orders 4 9S20 11 .If it fs circuit court 5061 10 Jr ctfs co court 489 85 .Tr ctfs insanity 55 o Jr ctfs coroners 143 00 Ground hog orders 2094 45 Crow & egg orders 629 It Ct reporters orders 684 91 Birth & death ctfs 24T 50 Wolf bounty orders 67 50 Foreign witness orders. . . 11 80 $58738 41 Bui on hand Sept 1 08... 48...

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

X R.ayo Lamps Are Positively Reliable, Absolutely Safe, Unexcelled In light giving power. They are constructed of brass handsomely nickled and have white shades. Every lamp is warranted. The price is right. : : Lanterns We have a large stock of the large sized cold blast lanterns to go at a special price. : : :. : Moore & Glenn, Ashton, Illinois. Hash JZitou.gh for JO Persons kJ Minutes Joy ThinK of the time saved in the morning! And it chops everything else, also. SAVES TIME, LABOR, MONEY. SOLD BY Charter's Store DON'T FORGET THAT IT'S HEADQUARTERS WE ARE FOR SCHOOL BOORS & SUPPLIES THAT' ALL. GAZETTE BOOK STORE couc HES $5 to $65 All Couches $15 and Over Are Guaranteed for 5 Years. UNGER'S Rochelle, Illinois. Fred Wood was a passenger to I Dixon Monday. Mrs. Lewis Wood is reported on the sick list. Mrs. Will Landau went to Ro chelle to visit Monday. , Mrs. George Meister was a caller in Dixon Monday. K. J. Yenerich was a business caller in Dixon Monday. Ash...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 October 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. iauiS(i PRAmns D0QS RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. PRECIOUS METALS FALL OFF. Vidua of Gold and Silver Produced In the United States in 1907. The production of gold and silver by the mines of thp I'nited States for 1907 aggregated 4,374.827 ounces of fine gold, of the value of $90,435,700. and 56,514,700 ounces of finp silver, of the commercial value, averaging HO cents per ounce, f $37,21)9.700. As compared with the output of 1900. a decrease is shown in the sslue of gold of $3,938,100. AVhile the production of silver in 1907 was only .8,200 ounces less than for l!)0(i. the commercial value, on account of the decline In the price of silver, was $958,700 less. Colorado leads in the production of both gold and silver, having furnished $20,897,000 of the former und $7,587,000 of the latter metal. Alaska produced $18,489,400 in gold, followed by California, with $16,858,500: Nevada. $15,41 1,000: Utah, $5,121,000 : South Dakota, $4,138,200; Montana, $3,4...

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

FARMING IN WESTERN CANADA J AROUND A BIG STATE Brief Compilation of ILLINOIS NEWS XATJNCH SINKS; SEVEN DROWN, 4mrr of Boat Alone Escapes In Cat timet River Accident. Seven men out of a party of eight were f drowned in the Calumet river just south of Chic ngo at 0 o'clock Sunday night when the pleasure launch Lemon struck ane of the supports of the Nickel Tlate railroad bridge in the river at One Hun' dred and Twenty-sixth street and, turn lag over. sank. The owner of the craft, Elmer Westereren. was seated at the tern of the boat and after he was throw Into the water he swam to the shore. tVcsterirren's brother-in-law, John Frick. was one of the victims. Westergren seemed distracted and refused to give the names of the othcrB. The Lemon was an 18-foot gasoline launch. Westergren, the owner, lives at Eighty-third street and Buffalo avenue, South Chicago. The boat tailed from South Chicago and was on its way to Riverdale, about eight mi! way. BECLUSE FOUND DEAD IN HOME, Bnrtv of Frank...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 October 1908

Gazette $1.50 per year. Is your subscription paid? P. J. McMillan was a Chicago visitor Tuesday. Jacob Levine of Sycamore was here on business Saturday. Will Meister and Harry Wrigh drove to Amboy Sunday. Oscar Schade was a business caller in Dixon Saturday. Ed. Reed attended the State fair at Springfield last week. Miss Anna Greve was a Ro chelle visitor Sunday afternoon E. H. Good transacted bust ness in Dixon Monday afternoon Souvenir post cards tinseled to order at Gazette Book Stoke. Mrs. Hull Canfield of Cham was shopping in Ashton Salur day. G. A. Over of Sterling trans acted business in Ashton Satur day. Fred Klenke transacted business over at Piano the first of the week. Allan Smith was up from Dix on on business matters last week. Isaac Trask visited Sunday afternoon and evening with Ash ton friends. Harvey binaunger came up from Dixon Saturday to visit willi relatives. . Mrs. F. L. Baldwin and Mrs. I. l. Ulenn spent Thursday in Franklin Grove. Arthur Brown was out from Ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 October 1908

i Ash TON i ii VOL. XIV. NO. 34. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1908. 1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. COL LOWDEN HERE Congressman Addressed Big Mass Meeting of -Republicans. STORES ALL IN GAY ATTIRE Crowd Estimated at 1000 Listened to the Discussion of National and State Issues of the Campaign With the weather an ideal au tumn day, and a cloudless 3ky the Reoublicans of Ashton and vicinity opened the campaign with a grand rally Saturday after noon at which Colonel i rank O. T-nwden. Congressman from this district was the speaker. The soeakin? was from the south porch of the hotel which had been very beautifully decor ated for the occasion. In front of the speaker seats had been ar ranered for the accomodation of of those who did not care to stand. A half hour concert was given prior to the meeting by the Ashton band who were seated upon the east porch of the hotel. The meeting was presided over by precinct committeeman Frank H. Bassler. A male quartet composed of Messers Jonker, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 October 1908

OCTOBER. When come October days, Bjb gray solemnity of autumn lends (The sadness of a tale that sadly ends ; Eh dove's call is 'the softer for the tone That hints of old -regrets and hearts atone ; The cricket's dinning rises like the gong That sounds from some retreating fairy throng ; Across the hills there hangs an azure haze, Aj gome vast web in prehistoric days ; And echo answers all sounds readily, Jtt though the world, too, heaves a sob l and sigh , When come October days. When come October days, The nuts drop to the splashing pools where trout Napoleons of their spheres the minnows rout ; (The wagons to the orchards go and come, Where children's voices mellow to a hum ; (the flecks of sun and shadow lie like i scales Upon the road that crawls on through the vales ; The leaves fall hiding deeper from our " view une forms and faces of tne ones we knew ; And we reflect we're nearer to the time When hearts shall feel no chill as of the rime When come October days. Will T. Hale. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 October 1908

THE WEEKLY I THINGS YOTJ MAT NOT KNOW fr n frrr f Vm.. ' After suffering for seven rears, this woman was restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound. Bead her letter. Mrs. Sallie French, of Paucaunla, Ind. Ter., writes to Mrs. Knkham: " I had female troubles for seven years was all run-down, and so nervous I could not do anything1. The doctors treated me for different troubles but did me no good. While in this condition I wrote to Mrs. Pinkham for advice and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I am now strong and well." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, nas been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with A isnlanements. inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, DacKacne, tnac Dear-uig-down feeling, flatulency, indigestion,dizziness,ornervous prostration, Why don't you try it? Don't hesita...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 October 1908

"THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVKHY THURSDAY. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year - $1.50 Six months. - - .75 -four month - - .SO Entered at the postoffice in Ashton. Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO.68. THURSDAY, OCT. IS, 1908. Republican Ticket. For President of the United States WILLIAM H. TAFT For vice-president of the U. S. JAMES S. SHERMAN For Governor CHARLES S. DENEEN For lieutenant Governor JOHN G. OGLESBY For secretary of State JAMES A. ROSE For Auditor Public Accounts JAS. S. McCULLOUGH For State Treasurer ANDREW RUSSELL For Attorney General WILLIAM H. STEAD For Clerk of Supreme Court J. McCAN DAVIS For Congressman FRANK O. LOWDEN For Board of Equalization EDMUND JACKSON For State Senator 35th Dist. B. F. DOWNING For Representatives 35th Dist J. H. GRAY ADAM C. CLIFFE For Clerk of Appellate Court CHRISTOPHER C DUFFY For Clerk of Circuit Court WILLIAM B. McMAHAN For Coroner CHARLES T. SMITH For States Attorney HARRY EDWARDS Fo...

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