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

VOL. XIV. NO. 37. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1908. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. EMOCRATS MULTIPLY OVER 50 PER GENT HERE Head of Republican Ticket S!iow Wining of Rs-J pabiisan Strength TITES M KNIFED DENEEH State's Exscutie Run Behind on Ticket But Has Good Majority. Tli ' not as ex ' been 'tn s lential election was i, !!. this ve:ir as lias .1 the town elections. 182 votes cast. I aft r.in behind Roosevelt and a few Yates men cut Deiieen which m ule Stev -nson's vote ahead of Taft. Following-ts the yote' of Ashton. Tue Republican is given first, and the Democratic second. For President of United States. William. U. Taft 199 William J. Bryan 64 For Vice-Pres. of United Ssates. James S. Sherman 199 f A j ii i For Governor. Chivies S. Deneen Adlai E. Stevenson For Lieutenant Governor. John G. Ogelsby Elmer A. Perry For Secretary ot State. James A. Rose Xelpho F. Beidler 172 94 197 67 199 63 For Auditor of Public Accounts James S. McCullough . Ralph Jegris 201 62 For State T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 November 1908

THB BABY WENT TO BOYLAND. He rot on my knee at evening. The boy who is '"half-past Hire?." And the clear blue eyes Crom his sunbrowuod fare Smiled happily up to me. I held him close s the twilight fell, And called him "my dear little son ;" Then I said : "I have wondered for many days Where it is that my baby's gone !" "Whom I rocked just as I do you, I'd a baby once, in a long white gown, His hair was soft as yellow silk, And his eyes were like violets blue. And his little hands were like pink-tipped flowers See, yours are so strong and brown. He has slipped away and is lost, I fear, Do you know where my baby's gone?" Did my voice half break as the thoughts would come Of the sweet and sacred days When motherhood's first joys were mine? Was a shade of regret on my face? For close round my neck creeps a sturdy arm, And the boy who is "half-past three" Said, "Tine baby he went to Boyland, Amd didn't you know? he's me!" North American. 1 THE LOCKED DOOR "Mllly, my pot," announced Frank...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 November 1908

flame " TTivnr n AmpnVsn women in lonely homes to-day long for this blessing to come into their lives, and to be able to utter these words, but because of some organic derangement this happiness is denied them. Every woman interested in this subject should know that preparation for healthy maternity is accomplished by the use of LYDIA E.PINKHAffI'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Mrs. Maggie Gilmer, of West Union, S. C.,writes to Mrs. Pinkham : "I was greatly run-down in health from a weakness peculiar to my sex, when Lydia E. Pinkham' s Vegetable Compound was recommended to me. It not only restored me to perfect health, but to my delight I am a mother." Mrs. Josephine Hall, of Bardstown, By., writes : "I was a very great sufferer from female troubles, and my physician failed to help me. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound not only restored me to perfect health, but I am no w a proud mother." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. ,or thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herb...

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

THE ASHTON GAZETTE flALPH J. DEAN, DITOR A?!D PUBLISHER. MUSHED KVEHY THURSDAY. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. One year ... - $ 1.50 Six months, - - .75 Tour months .... .50 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, NOV. 5, 1908. The leader for the Reynolds Y. P. A. Sunday evening, November 8th is Mrs. J. II. Kersteti. Topic being commanding- our society by missionary and evan celistie zeal, Wall hew 22 1-10 Special songs, J. Ileiuzerotli ; Special reader, Ham- Kersten; Organist Mabell Wiener. Brices $3 to $10. You will find the finest line of Plush Robes at Bonn's. , , Mills and Petrie are installing a furr.ice in the store building occupied by Stephan's Furniture Store. It will be a niee improvement and the work will commence at once. Horse Blankets. The largest linn in town to select from at Bode's. Prices 75c to $5.00 each. Come and get first pick. Public Sale. Having purchased a residence in Ashton, I will sell at my place of res...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 November 1908

Kraut Gutters We have three styles of the these. All good ones Irom 15 cents up. Steel Traps We have a large quantity of the "Jumper" traps to sell at a special price. Now is the time to get them. Butcher We have a splendid line of Keen Kutter butcher knives and steels, all waranted and the price is reasonable. Moore h Glenn, Ashton, Illinois. Watches Jewelry C'W. Jotiker, Watchmaker, Engraver, Optician. Jlshton, Illinois. Clocks Silverware 1 3 Minutes j&y Bl TLiirell of Le tim saved in tlie morning! And it chops every tiling else also. SAVES TIMS. LABOR, MONEY. SOLO BY Charter's Store COUCHES i $5 to $65 All Couches $15 and Over Are Guaranteed for 5 Years. UNGER'vS Rochelle, Illinois. Misses Edna Stephan and Minnie Krugf were Rochelle visitors Saturday. William Killmer will hold a Combination Sale in the near future. Any one having anything they wish to sell, communicate with Killmer's Livery barn. . 38tf. 7 Ratals attft ffenamals y Jesse Emmert and bride return' ed .Mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 November 1908

THE ASHT91M GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A.SHTON, ILLINOIS. WEDDING AND SUICIDE. JKarries, Seeks Divorce, and Kills Seli In Twenty-four Hours. Wedded to a beautiful widow, followed by efforts to have the ceremony annulled upon allegations that he was unconscious of the marriuge, and finally suicide by hooting, were the tragic eveuts in the life of J. W. Hutchinson within twentyfour hours. Hutchinson, who was a wealthy farmer of Harrison county, Ky, end Mrs. Nannie Swinford of Cynthiana were married in Paris by the Itev. L. M. Chandler of the Methodist church. Early the next morning Hutchinson appeared again in Tans, and after finding that a license had been secured and the knot tied he consulted an attorney. He asked that teps be taken to immediately have the marriage set aside, alleging that he was intoxicated and knew nothing of the diw before until he awoke at the home of his bride in Cynthiana the following moniing and was told of them by his newly made wife. Returning to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 November 1908

MALLARD'S MURDERER HANGED. Pays Penalty for Crime that Precipitated SprlnKfleld Riot. Joe James, an 18-year-old negro murderer, was hanged in the Sangamon county jail the other day. James murdered C. A. Rillnrd on the night of July 3 last. This crime was largely responsible for the precipitation of the recent fatal race riotg in Springfield. James came to Springfield from Birmingham, Ala., in June. On the night of July 3 he became intoxicated anil wandered into the home of Mr. Ballard, entering the bedroom of Mr. BaiUard's daughter. Her father drove the negro from the house and in 'the fight which ensued James stabbed Ballard to death. Thirty-two additional indictments against alleged participants in the riots were returned by the grand jury. They all charged malicious mischief. The defendants include Abraham Raymer and Ernest Humphrey, both already acquitted of murder charges growing out of the lynchings in the riots. EVERYBODY MEAN TO HER. Elsie 'Lenhardt Turn on the Gas at Chicag...

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

personalltems Gazettu SI. 50 per year. Is your subscription paid? Frank Davis was a Dixon visitor Monday. Mrs. Win. HaWk was a Dixon visitor Monday. E. J. Yenerich was on the sick list last Saturday. . Mrs. Wesley Beach was a Dixon visitor Monday. Miss Mabel Clark went to Dixon Monday morning'. Joe Gooch was up from Dixon Saturday to visit relatives. Miss Ada Moore was the guest of Dixon relatives Sunday. Marcus Gonnerman was a business caller in Dixon Monday. W. C. Yenerich transacted business in Kochelle Sunday. For sale A "food computing scale. Gazette Book Stoke. Good 209 acre farm for sale at a bargain. Gej. B. Garrett. Souvenir post cards tinseled to order at Gazette Book Store. Harry Billmire made a business trip to Chicago Saturday noon. H. C. Crotts and sou Theodore were Rochelle visitors Saturday Mrs. Henry Gross went to Franklin Grove Saturday afternoon. W. J. Stevenson went to Chicago Monday morning on busl ness. Arthur Brown was home from Chicago Sunday to visit his rel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 November 1908

AshtIn VOL. XIV. NO. 38. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1908. 1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. CORN SHO WS; iiakp nnnn iirrnrn MUht HUUI NttUtU, Two Annexes to be Added to the State Armory HI THE EXHIBITS PLANNED An lndi.,1 V Ubb Will bo 3na of the Attraction Exhibit of Game riird by Game Warden. The s , of the Illi i corn exposition - growing s" r.i pidly ami tin- il a. i rid for mr.- r-iom is becominsi s kreat that two annexes ;ir.- ii ing arranged for. The I. iti- i attraction will be a big- display of Illinois (fame birds from tiie si.ite game farm at Aut burn. Thts display will be made by Dr. 4. A. Wheeler state game warden and will be the most comprehensive and representative exhibition of game birds ever seen in Illinois. It will occupj a tent by itself. The main exposition hall in which will be located the ten ear exhibits of corn, the commercial exhibits of py-products, the corn kitchen, the merchandise prizes and the old tune farm implements etc., is rapidly being taken...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 November 1908

tS AUTUMN. 1 want to go where the leave are bum- Ins, Burning in scarlet and gold; The wind is Dp and my heart is turning Again to the forest old. I want to go where the leaves keep drop ping, Dropping In crimson and brown, From dawn till dusk, not a moment stop ping, ; nicy fere drifting, drifting down. X want to go where the leaves are blow lng, Blowing in russet and red; The brook, like a voice, through the si' lenee flowing, Still whispers of summer dead. Tet, why go back where the leaves are falling, Falling again on the hill? Though woods await and the winds are calling, , Thy voice is forever still. Ainslee's Magazine. The man collapsed into a chair before his desk. In a corner of the room the ticker was clicking out its message, but lie paid no heed to it From the streets outside came men's voices 'Uplifted In mingled despair and rage. Throgmorton street was like pande.tnoniuiu. Men seemed to have lost V -their reason. Many were shouting Invectives against this man who sat a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 November 1908

'1 - f FOUR GIRLS Seatared to Health by Lydia B. rlnkham'a Vegetable Compound. Aaat (TMat TAy MlMLUHnHoM.B30 East 84th Street, New Tor, writ.: "tydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound oyerioame irregularities, penouio amiierme, ana Inerran headache, after erery thing else naa lauea to nejp me, and I feel it a doty to let others know of it." KatharineCraig,23M Lafayette St., Denrer, vol., writes: "ixuancs to Jydia J. nwtbam'e vegetable uompouna 1 am well', after suffering for months from, nerTons prostration...' '. Mis 'Marie Stoltzman, of Laurel, la., writes: 'I was flowncOn'ditionftnasafIf ered from suppression, 'indigestion, and poor circulation. Lydia E. Pinkhant'a Vegetable ComDOund made me well and strong'.'" Miss JSUen M.. Olson, of 117 N. East St., Ke- : .... til - it T WMlico, All. wjo. iJJdiaE.Finkhm'y egotable uompouna ourea me of backache, side ache, and established my periods, after the oest local doctors naa I -failed to help me." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Ly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 November 1908

Results of Lee County Election Helcl Nov. 3rd. President Governor Lieut. Gov. Congreseman Senator Representative Circuit Clerk Attorney Surveyor Coroner to z 5 Id c a Alto Atntjoy, First Am boy, Second .. . , Ashton Bradford Brooklyn, First .. Brooklyn, Second China, Mxon, First, Dixon, Second C!xon, Third Pixon, Fourth Dixon, Fifth Dixon, Sixth East Grove Hamilton Harmon lee Center Marlon May TJachusa Nelson Palmyra Reynolds South Dixon Sublette Viola Willow Creek Wyoming . . . . .' ... . . . . TOTALS THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVEnY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year .... $1.50 Six months, - - - .75 four months - - - - " .50 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY, NOV. 12, 1908. Public Sale. Having purchased a residence in Ash ton, I will sell at my place of residence 2 miles south and - , - one mile west of Ashton or 3 1-2 miles east of Franklin Grove Tuesday Nov. 17, at one o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 November 1908

Oil Beaters The proper thing to heat a bed-room or to put iqto a cellar to keep things from frfceis ing. They do good work with little 'attention. We sell them at $3.75 each. Barrel Churns We carry a full line of sizes of the best made. Barrels made from oak and pro- ' perly put together. Prices from $2.75 to $4.00 each. Sunshine Washers Continue to be the most popular sellers with us. They run so easy, do such good work and are so well made that they are manifestly the best machine on the market. Moore (flenn Every Customer Comi ig to our slore between November 10th ana iJecember 15th is requested tp leave his or her name and address. This will' insure you of getting one of the Works of Art we have selected for OUR. CUSTOMERS for 1909. It is in the nature of a wall pocket and calendar and is the prettiest 'thing we have seen this season. You will be sorry if you neglect this but it will be your fault if you don't get one. See one on display in -ourshow window. HOLIDAY GOODS ' On di...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 November 1908

POLITICAL PARTY MAP OF THE UNITED STATES. ' f j VC1IDP 111 110101111 THE ASHTON GAZETTE. EXCELLENT WEATHEB AND MAGNIFICENT CROPJ. Ill FBI RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher A ASHTON, "J?. ILLINOIS. FACE DEATH. FOR SIX DAYS. Crew Fight of Schooner Tell of Against Raging Sea. , Seven shipwrecked spainon who were brought into New York by tlie Austrian steamer Maria told a thrilling talc of a six-day battle with tremendous northeast gales, which battered their little schooner, the'K. C13., 'Speaf, until they were forced to nbandon it in a waterlogged condition Nov. 3. The schooner sailed from Philadelphia Oct. 20 for Calais. Me., with a cargo of coal.' "On' thenifeh't of Oct. 29 the Spear was about five miles from a safe anchorage in the shelter of Sandy Hook when it encountered a stiff northeast gale, which carried away part of the rigging and sails. The velocity of the wind increased until the suhoouer was forced to abandon her course and run before the gale. She sprang a leak, audi though the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 November 1908

... I mm PA1MA OP CUBA DEAD, ... t NEWS 4i- SOKGS RECALLED BY DEATH. Mr, .Inllh A. Carney, Author at "I.itllo Drops oil Water" Dies. Childhood memories will : be brought back to thousands by the death In Galesburg:. Sunday ;, of .the author of "Little Drops of Water" arid "Think Gently of the Erring." ' Mrs. Julia A. Carney, whoso poems are in . many., church hymn als and have been translated into many languages, breathed .her last at noon after art illness . that kept her in bed for throe months, Besides being sung, some Of her poems have been used as recitations for children.1 She waB born in Lancaster Mass., April ' 6, 1823, and spent her girl hood 1 here. She taught school in, Boston and Philadelphia. As a child she wrote poetry, and her first poems were published when she Viflk 14. ' "Little Drops - of Water" was written. in 1845 for a Sun day, school exercise and was published first in leaflet form. . For years Mrs. Car ney occupied , the poet's corner in ' the Trumpet and con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 November 1908

Gazette $l.SO per year. Is your subscription paid? Foster Boyd visited relatives in Dixon Sunday. Mrs. Lewis Wood spent Thursday in Sterling-. Fred Wood transacted business in Dixon Friday. Mrs J. B. Farver spent Friday in Franklin Grove. Miss Katherine Griffith went to Chicago Thursday. Roscoe Leichliler came up from Dixon Thursday. Jacob Waener was a Franklin Grove caller Thursday. George Stephan went to Frank lin Grove Sunday evening. (Jnod 209 acre farm for sale at a bargain. Ge j. B. Garrett, Souvenir post cards tinseled to order at Gazette Book Store Mra Titus of Flac-fir was an Ashton caller Friday afternoon Mrs. Will Schade was a Ro chelle caller Saturday afternoon Mrs. V. R. McNight was a pas senger to Dixon Friday morning. A. VV. Rosecrans was a busi ness caller in Chicago Thursday Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rtenhan a son. Friday, Novem ' ber 6. I. T. Fmmert of Nachusa was an Ashton caller Friday after noon. Harry Quick came down up rwnn to visit his oarents over " A Sunda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 November 1908

TT TT Tr H h GAZ UjrlL II lit M XL 21 JJho VOL. XIV. NO. 39. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THUjRSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1908. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. DELIVERED 20 VOTES FOR WILLIAM H. TAFT Frances Tiiton's Family a Republicah Strong Hold HE VOrEO FOR 'ZACH" TAYLOR Ha Voted Republican Since 1856Every Member of Family a Staunch Republican. Proimim no other family in United Sines has cast as many votes lor a presidential candidate as did Frances Tiiton's family two weeks ago, when they cast twenty votes lor William Howard Taft. Mr. Tilton is one of the oldest voters in this section, and began voting in 1848 when he cast his first presidential vote for Zuchary Taylor. Since 1856 he has voted the straight Republican ticket. His family consists of six sons, also four sons-in-law and ten grand children, every one a stalwart" Republican and a true American. Had not one son-in-law, Perry Burright, moved to Kansas recently and lost his vote there would have been twentyone votes in the family. Mr. Tilton li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 November 1908

COMING HOME. The whole farm sort of spreads Itself In one tremendous grin. The old house somehow looks as bright as If 'twas new iigin ; And Towscr's barkin' round the place as frisky as a pup. And Dexter has to work to keep his heels from k Irk In' up ; Even the old red cow has got some ginger In her "Moo,"' And Mother's stnuln' at Acr work the way she used to do ; My heads as light as when it had more thatch up on the dome And why! Why, It's Thanksglvln' Day; the children's coinln' home. They're comln' home ! They're comln' home They're comln' back to day. T make the old place like It was afore they went away ; Aid Dan'll lesve his Boston store and Ned'll leave his stocks. And John'll stop a druwln' plans for buildln' city blocks. And Mary'Il leave her New York house, with all Its high-toned stud. And come down here and say It's Home and plenty good enough. And there'll be boys and girls around Jest ltkt taere used to he To make it real Thanksglvln' Day for Moth er and lor me. Tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 November 1908

A SURGICAL OPERATION If there, is any one thing that a woman dreads more than another it is a surgical operation. We can state without fear of a contradiction that there are hun dreds, yes, thousands, of operations penormea upon women in our nos' pitais wtncn are entirely unneceS' sary and many have been avoided by LYDIA PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND For proof of this statement read the following letters. Mrs. Barbara Base, of Kingman, Kansas, writes to Mrs. rm&h&m : " For eight years I suffered from the most severe form of female troubles and was told that an operation was my only nope 01 recovery, l wrote Mrs. finknan for advice, and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and it has saved EJ" me ana made me a well woma,n. ' Mrs. Arthur R. House, of Church Koad, Moorestown. JN. J- writes : "I feel it is my duty to let people know what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me, I Buffered from female troubles, and last March my physician decid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 November 1908

if Wilthiouiit A; 6e "Maish Laminated" Felt Mattress FOR THE BUYER IT'S GREAT to be warm and Comfy These , Chilly Nights to snuggle in a soft, yielding, sleepimpelling bed. So Luxuriously Comfortable you can't find time to lie awake but just Sleep, Sleep, SLEEP! the whole night long and awake in the morning to find yourself Fine and Fit, Refreshed ! for the day's work that's it. YOU WILL Tttt ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED BVKKY THURSDAY. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. One year .... $1.50 Six months, .... .75 Four months - - .SO Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. -THURSDAY, NOV. 19, 1908. PAETY OP PEEFOEMACB. JUpublican Organization Foter AH Policies Tending to Make the v Country Great and Prosperous. The Republican is a party of action. It rests upon what It has done, and not upon what It possibly may do in tb future. It has fostered everything that has tended to make the country great and prosperous. It h...

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