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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 September 1907

9 ALL HAIL PE-nU-HA. A Case of STOMACH CATARRH. Miss Mary O'Brien, 300 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes : "Peruaa cured me In five weeks of catarrh of the stomach, after suffering for four years and doctoring without effect. In common with other grateful ones who have beeff benefited by your discovery, I say All hail to Peruaa." Mr. II. J. Henneman, Oakland, Neb, writes: "I waited before writing to you about my sickness, catarrh of the stomach, which I had over a year ago. "There were people who told me It would not stay cured, but I am sure that I am cured, for I do not feel any more ill effects, have a good appetite and am getting fat. So I am, and will say to all, I am cured for good. "I thank you for your kindness. "Peruaa will be our house medlclae hereafter." Catarrh of the stomach is also known In common parlance as dyspepsia, gastritis and indigestion. No medicine will be of any permanent benefit except it removes the catarrhal condition. Gained Strength and Flesh. Miss ...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 12 September 1907

m ersonalStcms W. D. Kuapp attended the fair at Liccrisou Thursday. J. il. Bycrs was a business Tl?vir in Dixon Thursday. I . x Hat tzell was down to the IT, .rs.uti fair Thursday. F. Schaferwas a business isi.xin Rochelle Monday. Mrs.. Edward Reed was a Rocbt'iie visitor Friday morning. I1 R. Millard of Aurora was letc Friday to visit relatives. tus. llorneca of Chana was a business caller in Ashton Friday. Merritt Cross of Chana transacted, bussness in Ashton Friday. A. E. Hutchinson was on the sack list a couple days last week MissKathryn Griffith was a visitor in Rochelle Friday morning. The Ashton Band will play a week from today at the Shab- bona Fair. II. A. Roe, deputy circuit clerk f Dixou was up Friday on busi ness matters. Mrs. Koch and son returned to to Dixon last week after visiting relatives here. Jtte Weiser who has purchased tlie Emil Henry farm has built a large new barn. Frank Billmire and wife of Eocheile visited relatives in Ash ton over Sunday. A. M. Bates, wif...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 September 1907

The ashton Gazette. VOL. XIII. NO. 30. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 655. 5 FOR REV. HAMILTON Over 100 Bid Him Farewell in Church Parlors LADIES GAVE MRS. HAMILTON SURPRISE RECEPTION Both Affain Well Planned and Excell ent Program Added to the Evening Enjoyment. The members of Class No. 6 of the Methodist Episcopal Sunday School with a host of invited guests gave their pastor, Rev. J. R. Hamilton a monster farewell reception in the Chur:h parlors Thursday evening;. At the same time the ladies of the church gave Mrs. Hamilton a surprise reception at the parsonage. Men to the number of over 100 met in the Sundaj School room and the fore part of the evening was spent in visiting. Refreshments consisting of ice cream cake and wafers were served in the basement. It was planned to have it conducted strictly by men. for they set the tables, served the refreshments and washed and wiped the dishes, but one of the gentler sex cut the cakes. Over at the parsonage...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 September 1907

i rata THE ASHTOM GAZETTL RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HTON, ILLINOIS. KILLS HER CHILDREN FEARED HUSBAND WOULD TAKE THEM FROM HER. lamnte of Pennsylvania Alinvhonae Strangles Two Little GlrlN Elplorerx Fall to Find Trace of Any Land North of Alaska. Strangled to death in their beds, Martha and Catherine, two small children of Mrs. Catherine Thomas, an inmate of the Cambria county almshouse, near Johnstown, Pa., were found. Shortly before niduight one of the inmates says he heard one of the children cry, "Oh, mamma ! mamma !' but thought the woman was correcting her children. In the morning the mother came down to breakfast and casually remarked that two of the children had died during the night. Mrs. Thomas denied that she had killed them, but, it is said, afterward admitted the deed, saying that she was afraid her husband would take them from her. The children were 1 and ,'i years old. respectively. Mrs. Thomas has two boys of 6 and 10 years, and it is said she tried to coax them to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 September 1907

JH ILLINOIS m W STATE NEWS i i HECE1VK11SIIIP FOLLOWS WIIECK. Action to Protect Central Illinois Line Aitiifiiat Dniiinse Salts. As a sequel- to tlio fatal wreck on the Central Illinois Traction line near Charleston, in which seventeen lives were lost and many persons injured, the road and also the Mnttoon City Railway Company have been placed in the. hands of a receiver. Judge Craig of the Cole county Circuit Court appointed W. T. A very, cashier of thejlattoon Savings bank, receiver. The receivership wan granted on a judgment for $.",150, confessed by the companies In favor of the Colonial Trust Company of Chicago. The real reason for the receivership, however, Is said to be the large number of threatened damage suits against the Central Illinois Company as a result of the Charleston disaster. In case of a property in the hands of a receiver suits cannot be brought without the permission of the court, and while this is generally granted the receivership prevents trouble by making ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 September 1907

ILLINOIS AT THE FJUR State Lives Up to Its Traditions at Jamestown Exposition. BUILDING, COZY COLONIAL plandid Lincoln Historical Relic Shaw Various Scenes In Life of Our Oroatest President Hospitality the Keynote of This 8tte Home. " 1 The great state of Illinois at the Jamestown Tercentennial exposition Is more tban living up to the traditions f that one time county of the mother ; of states, Virginia, now one of the first ' states In the Union, by erecting and maintaining one of the most beautiful state homes at the exposition with that breezy and energetic but hospitaWe way characteristic of the Illlnolsan. Although this great commonwealth was not one of the first states to break ground at the colonial city by the sea, she was one of the first to have her building completed, and now, with welcome emblazoned on every square foot at the handsome pressed brick edifice, j the sons and daughters of Illinois yes, the sous and daughters of every statemay find rest and hospitality in th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 September 1907

Ik ft ft ft ft ft ft ft I I ft ft ft ft ft ft ft LAUNDRY ..STOVES.. Have you seen those laundry stoves we have in our window? They are just the thing. Small in size, heat quickly, will burn wood or coal and as economical in the use of fuel. You will find them handy too to do a little cooking on or to heat an extra room. The price is $4.00 each. MOORE L GLENN Ashton, Illinois si r) li si r Morals wxh Persmtala r MOLIN,ILL vMrs. Harry Pierce spent Monday at Oregon. Emra Tilton was a Rochelle caller Saturday. Frank Tilton was a Rochelle visttor Saturday. Band Concert Saturday night at 7i30. Lex Hartzell was a visitor in Chiango Sunday. Allan Smith was up from Dix on on business Monday. Ed. Shippee transacted busi ness in Chicago Monday. Wm. Jv l rein or Uixon was the guest of friends Sunday. Lon Fell was a business caller in Rochelle Tuesday morning-. Casper Krug transacted business in Rochelle Friday morning-. Mrs. George Krug- and lady guest were visitors in Dixon Fri day. Mrs. Atta ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 September 1907

V V HOMESICK. There are iota of little chickens In the garden, and the piss Are nosing now and grunting In amongst the barley rigs; And the hawthorn bush is blooming, And its fragrant blooms are red. Across three thousand miles of sea From where I lay my head. And, oh, but I am lonesome For the days that used to be, And, oh, if I could reach them Reach the blossoms on the tree, I'd weave an old-time crown of them To deck my flowing curls, And play at queen the way I used When we were little girls. I hear the little chickens Chirp as glad as they can be; And, oh, the longin', longin' of The homesick heart o' me ! It's the time for plantin' taters And the hawthorn blooms are red That used to shake their petals down To nestle on my head. I wonder if they're missin' me At all, at all, at all 1 I'm lonesome for a sight o' them j I'm lonesome for their call ! I'm lonesome for the singin' Of the glad lark in the morn ! Oh, me heart is achiu', breakin', For the home where I was born ! Houst...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 September 1907

tTTTAT FATIIEIi A:D H-IISY AC-C0ISFLI3HED. 4. Illinois Mrtn Writes) Regard. nj i HIh Success In Western Canada ' Ckunse In llomextcad Ito.culittloiin .1 Muke Entry EiiHily Accniilliel. j "Nothing succeeds like sum's." s nU j Clil and true saying, having many :ujillcntiims in Western. Camilla. The j follow-in- letter is im illustration. The j writer, Mr. (ierts, left Clilriiso time niro mill the success lie lias achieved may well he gained hy anyone having pluck and energy hy locating oil the free homestead lands in Western Canada. A change has rwoiitly heen made in the Canadian Land Herniations concerning homesteads, which makes it nossilile for any manlier cf a family to make entry for any other inemlier of the family entitled to a homestead. Tor instance, a man may now make entry before the local agent for his father or for his brother or brothers, or for his son or sons, or for a sifter or daughter who may be the bead jf the family having minor chtldrr.t depending upon her for su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 September 1907

f -PcrsonalStcms; Juh& Mull transacted business iu Blum Thursday. Attend the Band Concert Saturday night. Miss Amanda Vaupel was a 'DiTOTi visitor Friday. Jurob Wagner transacted bu;.iacsssa Dixon Saturday, A. F. Gehant is having a cowsal2f built on his farm. John J. Vaupel is building a ewwn crib on his farm. Mis Mary Roat spent Saturday with friends in Rochelle. ' WiJl Quick was a business c;,lleriw Franklin Grove Friday. Jot Webster and family visited .VnSsj and Saturday in Dixon. Mass Kathryn Griffith was a visitor in Rochelle Monday afterskq. A. B-Hutchinson went to ChioifFriday afternoon on busiesa. FiwITaddJr. left Thursday evening for a visit at Dysart, Iowa. C A. Burnham went to Chicago Friday morning on the early traim. Arthur Canfield and wife of " China were visitors in town .". Mowlay. Joseph Mall went to Dixon Monday morning to serve on the grari jury. Lywan Booth came up from Ifixerai. Monday and is doing some tip at the farm. George Allen of Sterling trnn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 September 1907

I 1 HE Gazette VOL. XIII. NO. 31. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 656. ASHTON I RALPH PIERCE HIT BY PASSENGER Oil FOURTH STREET Death Resulted in a Little Over Three Hours IIS POKING DP COAL IN THE RAILROAD YARDS Owing to Deafness Did Not Hear the Engine Whittle Many Bones Broken and Injuries Were of Internal Nature. Ot. Ralph M. Pierce, a veter isary surgeon was struck Friday .afternoon bj west bound passen- iffer train No. 19, and died at his gaotne a little over three hours Jater. The accident .happened ibout 3:20 p. m. eft the Fourth Street crossing two blocks east f the Northwestern depot "Doc" as every one called him aras around that part of the yards picking up the coal that drops JFrom passing trains. He crossed ver the tracks from the south aend then started back right in irtit of the passenger which was running very slowly. The en Sgine, No, 928, with Engineer 'SYilliam Miller at the throttle mounded. the whistle and applied ushe air brake but ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 September 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, - - - ILLINOIS. THY TO STEAL BODY. NOT DETERRED BY PHOXI I7IIYY OF DEATH WATCH. Three Men, One Kcc;KuiKkd a Physician, Are StonLe:l While llreakfnjjf Into House in ColuiiibtiN, O. osiiiii'p Advertising- I'ayn. While til:1 dentil watch was suited hi an adjoining room three men made a tlnring attempt to .steal the hoI.v of Mrs. L. L. Norlhstonc in Columbus. Ohio, early the other morning. The watchers, aroused by the harking of a thin, Irislened to the scene and found a white man of professional appearance climbing into a window from which the p. me had been removed. On the lawn stood a negro in livery, while a ihird man was' attending the team attached to an under. aker'.s carl. The men hastily niounird the cart and drove away at breakneck speed, followed by revolver shots from liolicemen wiio had been iK.ractid to the NCcne. Information has been lodged against a promnient practitioner, whom those on watch claim they recognized as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 September 1907

niDE OF A LIFETIME. Boy Burned by Cinders on Top of Santa Fe Limited. Seven boys, who attempted lo steal a ride on the limited train on the Santa Fe road, reached Joliet the other day after an e.vciting experience. One of them, Robert Bullock, who.se' home ifi in Richmond, 'a., sustained, a fracture of the skull and may not recover. Six of the boys gave the nmics Of Edward Smith. Jaincs Brady, Harry Jones. Leslie Atchison arid Robert 'Arntz, and said that their homes are in Cincinnati. They climbed on the train as it was leaving Chicago and lay down on the roof of the first ear.,', When il; attained full speed after leaving the city limits, the boys narrowly escaped being tipped over the dge,.and managed to hang on only with the greatest difficulty. All of them were badly burned by hot cinders from the engine and finally young Bullock, screaming that he could stand it no longer, attempted to rise. The train just then passed over a bridge, and Bullock's head came in contact with the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 September 1907

V. A The Mam BeMtoi The Goods IV.'-' i if-.-4 Deaf Sir: Its one thing in Merchandising to have the man with 25 years experience in buying and selling merchandise and just now of equal importance to have the goods behind the man. We have both, and never in our history do we feel such, confidence in our prices and our goods. It is fair that we shallell our friends and neighbors how we have worked during, the long months past to secure your family supplies for the coming year. -We start our fall campaign in the perfect confidence in our preparation and absolutely sure that 60ct corn means thati your buying ability was never on such a firm basis- as now. In writing personal letter to you we recognize that it is of interest to state the facts than to tell big stories-that 'can't' be proven by facts so we are trying as always in the part to tell you about our business in a straight forward manner. Hoping to have the pleasure of showing you our mammoth plant. We are, yours trulv. W. ROSECR...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 September 1907

as 4 rr . . v . 1 LAUNDRY ..STOVES.. Have you seen those laundry stoves we have in our window? They are just the thing. Small in size, heat quickly, will burn wood or coal and as economical in the use of fuel. You will find them handy too to do a little cooking on or to heat an extra room. The price is $4.00 each. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 MOORE GLENN , AsHton, Illinois 4 ,4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 was a busi- ASHTON BAND & ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS ASHTON, ILLINOIS. OR. W. C. MCWETHY SURGEON DENTIST. SECOND FLOOR OF NEW BulLDWG OPPOSITE NEW COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FARMERS PHONE NO 13. C. E. GARDNER, AUCTIONEER. MLL. t- -I' ft A - 1 m aausiabw truarM ecu ui i u Marat 4i.'ivttffnt home iSdtiirday 1 iprrtuFi if n i ARTHUR G. HARRIS LAWYER. UNION BLOCK. DIXON. - - ILLINOIS. DR. H. A. BREMHEn. Physician & Surgeon. Office ol first floor of uew building opposite the hotel.' ASHTON. ILLINOIS. DEAR FRIEND Do not ache your life away, you may etijoy h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 September 1907

STILL A BOY. "Still a boy," we heard one say To another, half in jest. Then lun-wrinkles joined In play With a laugh of merry zest ; And the jolly frame of him Shook with bursts of sheerest joy As he answered back with vim, "Well, I'm glad I'm still a boy !" Still a boy aye, true enough Glad, yet gentle ; pure and kind j Molded sure of manly stuff Kind of boy it's hard to find. Kind of boy it's good to see Man-boy, wholesome, simple, true Kind of boy you'd like to oe If the choice were left to you. Still a boy how many now Havs forgot the solemn eye Have forgot the wrinkled brow Is the boy's that once came by? Call him back it is his due ; Let him come with youth and joy Back into the heart of you, Laughingly, and still a boy. Still a boy ah, well-a-Viy, Boys are scarce enough at best. With the rippling roundelay Let the boy still be your guest j Let him cleave unto your heart In boy-coutidence and hold Still a boy the man apart, Long, long after he is old. -The Reader. Madam and Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 September 1907

TORS Overwhelming Proof that Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound Succeeds. One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Coinpcfund is the conquering of woman's dread enemy Tumor, The growth of a tumor is so insidious that frequently its presence is wholly unsuspected until it is well ' advanced. Bo called "wandering pains" may come from its early stages or the presence of danger may bo mado manifest by excessive monthly perioda accompanied by unusual pain, from the abdomen through tho groin and thigh. . ' . If you have mysterious pains, if there "are indications of inflammation or displacements, secure a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots ahd herbs, right away and begin its u.je. The following letters should convince every suffering woman of its 'virtue, and that it actually does conquer tumors. Mrs. May Fry, of 830 W. Colfax Ave , South Bend, Ind., write3 : Dear Mrs. Pinkham : "I take great pleasuro in writing to thank you for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 September 1907

o You Need A ew Dining Table? 5 patterns to select from here and special bargain prices during threshing season. $5.75 and up. Everything Delivered to Your Home Fi ee. THE 11 EYES Furniture & Carpet Room 216-218 West First Street Phone 161. Great House-furnishing Concern of Northern Illinois Dixon. - . - Illinois. f NGE R Is now batty Over Dining' FABLES Rochelle, 111. Phone 38. Fred Wood spent Thursday in J. 13. Bjrers was in Dixon on S'misdaess. Jt I&xster transacted business J?.a Oiiwi Saturday. CMe VanNess was a visitor Chicago Sunday. E. EL. Arrtould was working- up Sscs BeKalU Thursday. Ge. Miller has 200 head of ;5uie tsbbage to sell for winter waax. Better see him at once. Maran Ventler who has just .wetHTd from a trip to his farm Swnlfc Dakota says that the -jcrops are looking good up there. mm Dixon, Illinois. You Save the annoyance of tryons when you bay clothes at this store. There is no speculation about the fit or doubt afomit the color being, s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 October 1907

Gazette. vol. XIII. NO. 32. ASHT0N, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBEK 3, 1907. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Fhe ASHT0N 7 f ' 1 1L PILED IN DITCH Expensive Wreck on North' western East of Dixon Friday Morning NONE OF THE CREW HURT Smash Caused by Broken Axle in All ' Cars Loaded and the Wreck Results in Much Loss. Car Fourteen cars loaded with merchandise and heavy material were derailed a mile and a half cast of Dixon Friday evening' at about 6:30 o'clock, the wreck beingdue to a broken journal, Traffic on the railroad was tied up until 11 o'clock, all of the east and west bound passenger trains being' held until that hour says the Sterling' Gazette. An extra west vbound freight train was going down the grade cast of Dixon at a rate of about forty miles an hour and was be lag- followed by the Sterling pas senger. A journal within seven cars of the engine broke, letting the car down on the rails. It left the track and thirteen curs followed, falling down the grade and making an ugly mess. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 October 1907

V1 '9z urara TH ASHTONI GAZETTE. GETS A LIFE TRM. A6HTON, ILLlNOia ' CWcaaro Jury Convicts Conntnnl RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. Vranb J. Constantine wns convicted In Chicago Saturday night of Murder ing Mrs. Arthur Gentry and his scn- ' ! tence fixed at Imprisonment for life. itwavv mw r ni? ttwi? i After blUUln tor two and oue-ba"' 11 Jit A V I lUiiii Ul1 JjIC Xi. 'hours over tile fate of the prisoner the Jury delivered a finding of guilty, and fixed his puuishnient after the shortest murder trial lu the history of Cook County. Foreman Krogness said : "There was never any douht about Constantino's guilt, but owing to the circumstantial evidence the penalty of life imprisonment was agreed upon by the jury." The verdict. It Is reported,' was a keen disappointment to those in the eoartroom who had followed the course of the trial. They expected a death sentence. Constantine chewed gum and Bald nothing when the verdict was read. Constautine's story on the witness stand was the most drama...

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