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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 October 1908

Raya IL&mps ffiorala mtb t mutate j Coal For Winter 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. Iasi Enough for choppecf in 3 Minutes &y ThinK of the time saved in the morning I 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 BOOKS & SUPPLIES THAT'S ALL. mmm GAZETTE BOOK STORE COUCHES $5 to $65 All Couches $15 and Over Are Guaranteed for 5 Years. UNGER'S Rochelle, ... Illinois. Foster Boyd was a Dixon visitor over Sunday. Mrs. 0. W. Griffith spent Fri day with Dixon friends. F. O. Smith transacted busi ness in Chicago Tuesday. born to Mr. and Mrs. B. G Yenerich...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 October 1908

THE ASHTOM GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILL-INOI8. BARELY ESCAPE IN WRECK. Only One Persor. Seriously Hurt When Trains Crash Together. Seven coaches of a passenger train loaded with State fair visitors were derailed in a collision between an eastbound 'Rock Island passenger train and freight train at Yucon. a small' station, Ten miles west of Oklahoma City. Twenty-five persons were slightly injured. Only one, a, woman named Stella of El Reno, was seriously hurt. She may not recover. The passenger train was standing at the I'nion station when leaking air brakes of the freight train on a siding caused it to crash into the center of ttfe Other train. So violent was the impact that the passenger coaches were piled on their sides. A telephone message to EI Reno summoned a relief train, and the more seriously injured were taken to a sanitarium in El Reno, where most of the Injured live. That many were not killed outright seemed miraculous. WIFE CHARGED WITH MURDER. Mrs. J. C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 October 1908

fl AROUND A BIG MAYOE FIRES UPON A HAZER, 'I'll Shoot to Kill Next Time," Ex eluimii Champaign Official. Mayor Blaine of Champaign shot at student of the University of Illinois. The bullet went wild and the youth was un hurt. The shooting was the result of Ihaaing administered to freshmen by sopho mores and a subsequent clash between the 'latter and the police. The Mayor, judging from his speech, purposely fired over the head of the pupil, but nevertheless was angry and declared: "The next time I shoot I will shoot to kill. The militia ought to be called out." The hazing epi sode began the previous evening. The freshmen posted a proclamation deemed challenge by the "sophs" and the. latter took it up. The contentions were ord nary until near daybreak, when the sopho mores ducked many first year men in the icy waters of the "boneyard stream. member of the shivering party escaped and informed the Mayor, who, with policemen, met the hazers. In the combat that followed five students lost...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 October 1908

' t ersonal3f terns Gazette $1.50 per year. Is your subscription paid? Gold and silver plating done at Jonker's. Earl Bemis went to Oregon Tuesday .noon. Roesler pays 25 cents per dozen for fresli eggs. Will Hart transacted business in Dixon Saturday. Mrs. David of Joliet was here this week on business. V. R. McKnight and wite were Dixon visitors Tuesday. H. N. Kent transacted busi ness in Sterling Monday. Mrs. M. W. Good transacted business in Dixon Monday. Mrs. E. H. Chadwick visited friends Tuesday in Dixon. Mrs. J. B. Farver was a Frank lin Grove visitor Tuesday. Georee H. Brewer transacted business in Dixon Tuesday. Rev. F. L. Baldwin transacted business in Chicago Tuesday. Get a "Silvyt" polishing cloth. On sale at Jonker's. For sale A good computing scale. Gazette Book Store. Miss Roberta Brown was home over Sunday to visit her folks. Souvenir post cards tinseled to order at Gazette Book Store Mrs. S. T. Jennings was the guest of Dixon relatives Sunday. Dr. E. M. Sheldon tran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 October 1908

ASHTOH YOL. XIV. NO. 35. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1908. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. K2H '"MEl H r 11 11 ICao S GALLE FROM TOIL Richard Tilton Expires at His Home North of City IMMIGRATED' HERE IN 1843 Funeral Wai Held Monday From The Washington Grove Christian Church. Richard Tilton the oldest resident in this vicinity and one of the earliest pioneers in this section, died at his home, one mile east of the Washington Grove Christian church, Friday, Octo ber 16, at the advanced age o 92 years, 2 months and 16 days, Mr. Tilton was born in Coshoc ton county, Ohio, August,. 1, 1816. In November 1837 he was united in marriagre to Miss Alcinda Norris. To this union four children were born, three dying- in infancy. Horace lived until a few years ago. Mrs. Tilton died in 1842. In 1843 Mr. Tilton was mar ried to Mary Ogle and this union reared eijrht chiMren and of which only three survive, Mrs. Anner of Lombard, Illinois, Mrs. A. Hardesty of Yale, Iowa and EmraTilton of this p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 October 1908

KOBODY BUT FATHE3. Nobody knows the money it takes To keep tho home together ; Nobody knows of the debt it makesNobody knows but father. Nobody's told that the boys need shoes And the girls hats with a feather ; Nobody else old clothes must choose Nobody only father. Nobody hears that the coal and wood And flour's out together; Nobody else must make them good Nobody only father. ' Nobody's hand in the pocket goes So often, wondering whether There's any end to the wants of those Dependent only father. The next moment she was startled speak rudely to her and promptly lift and scandalized by the clasp of an ed the young cub by the scruff of the arm about her waist and the touch of neck, demanding if he knew what they a brown mustache on her cheek. , did to bad boys in the west. Tommy 'Ah, cheer up !" whispered Brannl- whined a denial and Brannlgon thun gnn tenderly, "it don't sthorm ivery dered out : -. day !" "Well, if I iver hear ye open your Alma freed herself with a quickness head ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 October 1908

FACTS FOB SIGH No other medicine haa been so successful in relieving the suffering of women or received so many genuine testimonials as has Lydia E. Plnkbam's Vegetable Compound. In every community you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E. Rnkham's Vegetable Compound. Almost every one you meet has either been benefited by it, or has friends who have. In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn,Massn any woman any day may see the flies containing over one mil lion one nundrea thousand letters from women seeking health, and here are the letters in which they openly state over their own signatures that they were cured by Lydia A. nnKnam's vegetable tompouna. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved many women irom surgical operations. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is made from roots and herbs, without drugs, and is wholesome and harmless, v The reason why Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is so successiui is because it contains ln- ' gradients which act ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 October 1908

THE ASHTOIN GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED KVE1IY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year .... $1.50 Six months, ... - Four months - - - .SO I Cntered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, OCT. 22, 1908. Republican Ticket. S. For President of the United States WILLIAM H. TAFT For vice-president of the U, 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 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...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 October 1908

7 borate anfc f wamtala j K.ayo Coal E? Winter ILamp s 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. JO Persons , 3 minutes j6y TMnll 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 COUCHES $5 to $65 All Couches $15 and Over Are Guaranteed for 5 Years. UNGERSS Rochelle, - Illinois. Mrs. Kliebe was a Dixon visit or Saturday. Mrs. L. T. Moore was a Ro chelle visitor Friday. Miss "Anna Bachmau was a Dixon visitor Friday. Mrs. Charles Hunter was a Dixon visitor Tuesday. A. W. Rosecrans was a business caller in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 October 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. ITRB STIRS SOUTH CHICAGO. tola Section in Terror as Salt Depositories Art Destroyed. Fear of flames that threatened to destroy the homes, stores and factories of South Chicago drove thousands of persons from their beds before daybreak Friday to watch with anxiety the burning of two wlf warehouses filled with salt, which tretched along the west banks of the Oalumet river for the entire square be-' tween 102d and 103d streets, South Chicago. The salt warehouses, property of tils International Salt Company, were nly a short distance to the southward f the business district of South Chicago and the flames and blazing brands were trurled high into the air amid dense clouds jt smoke by a wind that rushed steadily toward the north with almost the violence f a hurricane. The great warehouses Were destroyed, and the loss on them and heir contents is estimated by Superintendent James Ellison to approximate 760,000. The office of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 October 1908

AROUND A BIG SUPPOSED MISER IS BEATEN. Out of Two Assailants of Aired Re done I His Relative. Believing lie was a miser with a hoard of gold, two ruffians called William Cham bers, an aged recluse, to the door of his little cottnge at North 09th and Belmont avenues, Uhicago, and robbed him of $4, They were arrested and are said to have confessed the robbery. Chambers said the robbers appeared at his door shortly after dark and told him his nephew, John Nich ols, 62 Chicago avenue, had been killed by a street car. They then asked him to accompany them to the street, showing the path across the large prairie with a lantern. When a short distance away from the house one of the ruffians felled him with a blow on the head, and a minate later bound him with a heavy rope, The' thugs then hurried into the house, but after a vain search for hidden money returned to where Chambers was lying, One of them held an ax menacingly over his head and said: "It is well known that yon have your gold hi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 October 1908

Gazette $1.50 per year. . Is your subscription paid? Mrs. Hartzell was a Dixon visitor Tuesday. R. VV. Jeter transacted business in Chicago yesterday. Will Schade and wife were Rochelle visitors Saturday, Buy Armor Plate Hoisery and get the best at The Racket. For sale A good computing scale. Gazette Book Store. Good 209 acre farm for sale at a bargain. Gej. B. Garrett. Charles Arnould was a Rochelle visitor Friday evening. Attorney and Mrs. J. W. Watts came up from Uixon I uesuay. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Farver were visitors in Nachusa Sunday. L. Ilenning of Mendota transacted business in Ashton Thursday. Isaac Trask was up from Dixon Sunday evening to visit with friends. Miss Eliza Griffith was home from Dixon Sunday to visit her parents. Mrs. George VanNess was a Rochelle visitor over Sunday evening. James Batchelor was a passenger to Chicago early Thursday morning. Carl Krug went to Dixon Friday to visit at the home of his daughter. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Yenerich transacted business in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 October 1908

THE "ST I UN VOL. XIV. NO. 36. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1908. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. REPUBLICANS HELD ISI Much Interest Shown in School House Meetings. coin speaYers present Another change which has taken effect in the game laws is thut of the closing-of the squirrel season. In former years the squirrel season has closed November -15, that beiny the last day given hunters to legally hunt the game. This year the new law starts November as the last day in which hunters are allowed to shout this game. Meetings in Reynold rind Bradford Show Republican P rty Strong in those Precincts. A CALIFORNIA RABSiT OK The Republican rally held last Thursday evening at the Wiener school house in Reynolds township was marked with much enthusiasm and interest. The school room was filled with citizens from that locality, all de sirous of hearing the issues of the day discussed. J. W. Griese, county central committeeman presided and introduced the following speakers, who addres'-ed th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 October 1908

LIFE'S MEASURE. "H liveth long who livetli well." So ran the legend terse nnd bold. To keep this truth in mind were well. For truth is better kept than gold. The one will perish in an hour. One never dies, but bright and pure As lieaven itself, when earthly power Has passed, forever shall endure. Not by the years of life is told The length of life, but by the leal And kindly works, as growing old, Men for each other do and feel. His life is long whose work is well. And, be his station low or high. He who the most good works can tell Lives longest, though he soonest die. Then, as the swift winged moments speed, Freight them with wealth and truth and love, With garnered sheaves of thought and deed For the grand harvest home above. Bow love and taste its fruitage sweet. Sow smiles nnd see the desert spring, Bow wisdom for its harvest meet, Sow sunlight for the joy 'twill bring. Waverley Magazine. His Daughter's Choice "I want 50!" The speaker paused dramatically. "Don't remind me that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 October 1908

PERUNA A TONIC Off GREA T USEFULNESS h- v HON. R. & THARIN. Hon. R. S. Tharin, Attorney at Law nd counsel for Anti-Trust League, writes from Pennsylvania Ave., N. V., Washington, D. C, as follows: "Having used Peruna for catarrhal disorders, I am able to testify to its grent remedial . excellence and do not hesitate to- give it my emphatic endorsement and earnest recommendation to all persons affected by that disorder. It is also a tonic of great usefulness." Sir. T. Harnecott, West Aylmer, Ontario, Can., writes: "Last winter I was ill with pneumonia after having la grippe. I tooi Peruna for two months, when I became quite well. I also induced a young lady, who was all run down and confined to the house, to take Peruna, and after taking Peruna for three months she is able to follow her trade of tailoring. can recommend Peruna fr nil sucn wl10 are 1" and re" quire n tonic." Pe-ru-na Tablets. Rome people prefer to take tablets, rather' than to Jake medicine in a fluid form...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 October 1908

'ft YOU CAN GET DOLLARS! $t fc fc C C P P P P P P Out of this Advertisement All you have to do is to believe what I say, then come to my place and take advantage of the bargains I offer you THE LOWEST PRICES ON HARNE&S. BLANKETS A The finest line of Euggies for the money. Just come and see the Dillon woven wire fence, the only fence. One of the best washing machines on the market. Come -down and inspect the litter-carrier now in operation. L. T. MOORE, AsHton, - - Illinois. THE ASHTON GAZETTE HALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBUSHE11 EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One vear ... - $1.50 Six months, Four months Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, OCT. 2", 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 Fbr'secretarJ' of State JAMES A. ROSE For. Auditor P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 October 1908

Kraut Cutters 'We have three styles of th these. All good ones irom 15 cents up. Slorala wrib personals j 1 Y L tee! 1 raps We have a large quantity of the "Jumper" traps to sell at a special price. Now is the time to get them. utcner We have a splendid line of Keen Kutter butcher knives and steels, all waranted. and the price is reasonable. Moore h Glenn, Ashton, Illinois. s Watches Jewelry Watchmaker, Engraver, Optician. Jfsbton, Illinois. Clocks Silverware m 3 Minutes j6y ThinEi of t5o time saved in the morning! And it chops everything else, also. SAVES TIME, LABOR, MONEY. t SOLD BY Charter's Store couci- $5 to $65 All Couches $15 and Over .Are Guaranteed for 5 Years. UNGER'S Rochelle, Illinois. The ballot to be voted at the general election on Tuesday, JIov. 3rd, will be quite a large one as it requires eight columns.There are eight regular party tickets on the ballot in the following order Republican, Democrat, Prohibitionist, Socialist, Social Labor, Independence, United Chris...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 October 1908

TAP, 120 MAY BE THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. IN A BIG T ASHTON, ILLINOIS. THE HEETING OF U. S. AND, THE BOY IN TRAIN HOLD-UP. Two Men, One 50, Cover Crew While Youth Searches Pockets. Two men, one 50 years old, followed by a boy of 14 years, pushed open tilie rear door of tOie caboose on the first section of a Frisco freight train as it was leaving Olathe, Kaa., for Kansas City, the other night. "Hands up!" one said as two pistols were pointed at Elmer Q. Butcher, the conductor, and William M. Smith, the rear brakeman. The trainmen obeyed. "Now, sonny, go through ftem," the older man said to the boy. While the robbers kept the railroad men covered with their pistols the boy went through thejr pockets. The boy turned the trainmen's pockets inside out and took $22.50 and their gold watches. "We're old railroad men," they explained. "Hate to do this, but we can't find work." The robbers tied the two trainmen with ropes found in tflie caboose and with the boy left the t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 October 1908

AROUND A BIG PIOUS POSTMAN HELD AS THIEJ. Robert P. Palmer ot Joliet Waive Examination and Is Bound Over. Robert F. Palmer of Joliet, president of the City Letter Carriers' Association of Illinois, was arraigned before United States Commissioner Mark A. Foote in 'Chicago on a charge of robbing the mails, waived examination, and was held to the federal grand jury. The prisoner was released later on $2,500 bail and went back to his family in Joliet. While his friends in Joliet, who knew him as the teacher of a Bible class in the Presbyterian Sunday school, were shocked at Palmer's arrest) it developed during his arraignment that he was previously suspected of stealing, but escaped being "caught with the goods." Eight years ago a "decoy" was fixed for Palmer by Inspector Llewellyn, and when it was not delivered Palmer was taken in custody and searched, bat hs proved that the letter was in the offico and pointed to it behind a case, out of its proper place. SWEPT BY PRAIRIE FIRE. Barns ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 October 1908

8 .Does This You Think? bout Good Warm thes?- We have in stock now. them I !vcr"it it rnar-tir ana arc me ngiu .si-yl- from 12.(K to $23.(K). Have also a fine line of II. 8. & M. nn4 S I s i ; i r v clothes tli:it arc .1 ii and von know rne oranos. A niv'c line of Caps, Sweater Coats Dsi'-k C-'.ifs, Shoes, Mittens and Un- dei .-lollies that is ready for your specriiMi. It is no trouble for us to show them to you. S J. Successor lcrsonaOteiitg , . Blnoerity Olotlies-OopyrigM I ANSe J OSECR to Huether. First Door East of Ashton Bank. Gazette SI. 50 per year. Is your subscription paid? Will Meister was a Rochelle visitor Sunday. Will Schade and wife spent Thursday in Chicago. Mrs. M. N. Glenn was a visitor in Chicago Saturday. Mrs. E. J. Walker transacted business in Dixon Monday. E. S. Rosecrans transacted business in Chicago Monday. Foster Boyd "made a business trip to Dixon Monday evening. Welsbwch Mantels, two for 25 cents. The Racket. Mrs. Thomas "flow ley of Stew- For...

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