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

r PERUNA EDITORIAL NO. I. Dr. Itartman is now offering Peruka to the public as a regular pharmaceutical product It is just as ethical aa any compound put up ior the medical profession. No straining of medical ethics can find any fruit with it. THE PRINCIPAL ACTIVE INGREDIENTS are prominently incorporated in the label on the bottle, that the people may know that the claims made for Peruna have a true justification. The only departure we shall make from medical ethics in the conduct of Peruna affairs in the future, is the fact that we shall continue to advertise and ell our product TO THE PEOPLE. , If we would agree to sell to doctors only, to advertise for dootors only, then the medical fraternity would be obliged to recognize Peruna as being entirely within their approval. BUT WE SHALL NOT DO THIS. We shall continue to offer Peruna to the people. We shall continue to convey to the people our claims for Peruna as a household remedy. We shall continue to supply the people with free li...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 February 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. rUBUSHBD KVBRY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Fonr months $1.50 .75 .50 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1908. Beginning April 1st Subscribers t o weekly newspapers who are in arrears with their subscription one year, will not be considered by ,the postal authorities, legitimate subscribers, and their papers cannot anymore be mailed to them at the pound rate. All those of our readers who are in arrears one year or longer, should therefore pay their arrears before April 1st if they desire to receive The Gazette any longer. Remember that this is not a rule for which the publisher of the Gazette is responsible and that Uncle Sam always enforces his demands. After April 1st we shall be obliged to discontinue all subscriptions not paid in accordance with the new rule, as we cannot afford to pay one cent per number on each paper so sent ...

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

tt THE WELD THAT HELD THAT THE WELSt You are going- to put up some wire fence this springand want the best that money can buy. We have it. &e Pittsburgh Perfect is the best fence because the joints are welded, not twisted together. Welded joints do not slip from the action of the weather. The galvanizing is not broken, allowing the wires to rust. The welded fence puts up the easiest of any on the market and is fully guarantee. We carry a stock of the regular heights, wy not take out some of this fence now while the roads are good. MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, Illinois. CALL and See a Full Line of Gale SL Go's. Goods - AT O. W. GRIFFITH ASHTON, ILL. mi Teddy Bear's Ne s. IS 1 NW YEARS, BESOLUT10K5 Resolution if if t ! ; RESOLVED That throughout thisyoar 100S I will try to be good and do good ; that I will try to help myself and help others ; that I will stand by the old town and the home people and help to boom the burg. EE SOLVED That from January to December, incl...

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

THE ASHTON GAZETTE, RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTOK, ILLINOIS. . WANTS BIG AEMY. . Major General Bell Says Uncle Sam Should Have 250,000 Men. A United States nrmy.of 230,000 men. That is what MnJ. Gen. J. Franklin Bell, chief of staff, says Uncle Sum would need if involved in war with any first-class power. "We should not allow ourselves to nurse a false sens of security," says this, man. who is in charge of the United States army, in his annual report, "or continue to entni'fnli. flii ITl..nt.... .1... - . . . nn f-nm J" lu- "maim! mm a Drave, out the southwest the storm swept over the untrained, unorganized people can grap. main residence section of the eitv. leav- P'e successfully with another nation I"0UB DEAD IN TEXAS CITT. Tornado in South Claims Many Live and Wrecks Towns. lyier, lexas, was swept by the most uihastrous tornado ill Its history about 4 ociock I'riuay morning. Coniinj r IF PAYJS NOT RAISEP umcers Deeply Concerned Ove i Future if Men Are Not Olven Adequate Compe...

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

v TWO FIGHT ARBEST; SLAIN. City Marshal Kills Young Men Who ' Resist Him. City Marshal William Abney of Mairion shot and killed Ambrose Grogaa and Frank Blake, two young men who re sisted arrest. Abney was exonerated by a coroner's jury, , but later was arrested rand held In $5,000 bands. Blake and Grogan, according to Marshal Abney's -story, were drinking and creating a dis turbance on the streets early in the morn ing. Abney ordered them to go to their homes, but they began to abuse him. Af ter taking their abuse for a time, Abney says he decided to arrest them and lock them Up in the city jail. But the young men showed no disposition to submit to .arrest and showed fight. Both were strong young fellows, and they attacked the marshnl. Blake clinched Abney on one .side and Grogan attacked him from the other. Seeing that he had no chance of beating them in the unequal struggle, Ab ney drew his revolver and threatened to .- shoot. The weapon did not frighten them, and Abney fired. Bl...

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

personal Stems Cm Reinhart catne down from Rockford Saturday to visit relatives. X. J. Butler w:is up to Maple Park the first of the week to visit Iiss mother. Sheriff A. T. Tourtillott of Dixon was up Thursday on official business. VI. A. Hunt and wife went to Rochelle Saturday to visit his aged mother. Howard Reynolds of Rochelle was transacting' business in Ashton Saturday. Henry Stephan, wife and Mrs. Henry Gross were passengers to Dixon Tuesday. A. M. Moore delivered a cream separator south of Franklin Grove Tuesday. Addison Dierdorff of Franklin Grove was transacting business in Ashton Friday. Julius Rademaksr left Thurs day morning- for a visit at Mani to, Mason county. Floyd B. Til ton of Chana has rented and recently moved onto the Lyman Booth farm. Mrs. Ralph Dean returned Saturday from a three days visit with her folks at Mendota. Mrs. Chas. Lake and baby ot Rochelle were the guests of Ash ton relatives over Sunday. Mrs. H. T. Brown of Rockford was the guest of her mother...

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

Aqhi VOL. XIV. NO.l. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THUKSD A V,1) FEBRUARY 27,1908. 11.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. iJHlJc UK Vyajfll-Jlt ii NO PANIC GHOST HERE Merchants Report a Good Opening of Spring Trade SATURDAY WAS A BUSY DAY Vait Amount of Money Thrown Into Circulation by the Shopper Bank are Feeling It Too. The early spring; trading1 season for 1908 has just opened in Ash ton and if last Saturday's business is any criterion, this season's business will be a recordbreaker. Saturday, Ashton was filled with farmers from all the neighboring; country and it has been some time since such a crowd of greedy buyers thronged the stores in our city. In short these crowds from the country and the other towns in this vicinity, drove local trade from the stores, hence there was a nice business from belated city shoppers on Monday. The demand for high class goods was better than ever before. The fear felt by some of the merchants that the financial flurry would damage their business was rapidly, unfounded....

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

AN IRISH LOVE-SONQ. In the years about twenty (When kisses are plenty ) The love of an Irish lnss foil to mt fate So winsome and sightly, So saucy and sprightly, The priest was a prophet that christened her Kate. Soft gray of the dawning, Bright blue of the morning. The sweet of her eye there was nothing to mate; A nose like a fairy's, A cheek like a cherry's. And a smile well, her smile was like nothing but Kate. To see her was passion. To love her, the fashion ; What wonder my heart was unwilling to wait ! And. daring to love her, I soon did discover A Katharine masking in mischievous Kate. No Katy unruly, Hut Katharine, truly Fond, serious, patient, and even sedate; With a glow in her gladness That banishes sadness Yet stay '. Should I credit the sunshine to Kate? Love cannot outlive it, Wealth cannot o'ergive it That saucy surrender she made at the gate. O Time, be but human, Spare the girl in the woman ! "You gave me my Katharine leave me my Kate. Century. Her Familiar Friend "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 February 1908

fccts &eatyet promptly onfliebowels,cleanses lie stem effectually, Gssisife one in overcoming habitual constipation permanently. To get its beneficial effects buy tke genuine. fianufacWcdi by trio CALIFORNIA SOLD BY LEADING DRUCaSTS-WMITTU. Macaroni XVhrat. SalncrV strain of Macaroni or Kubanka wheat in absolutely pure and is from si-ed obtained from the Department of Agriculture. Our strain is Dakota grown which lauRhs at drouchts and elements and positively mocks black rust that terrible scorch and would be ashamed of if ; i;ri ,,r fptiim from 40 to 80 bu. of the finest wheat the sun shines on per acre in good 111.. In.. Mich., Wis., Ohio. Penn.. Mo., Neb.. Kan., and other lands, and 40 to (50 bu. per acre in nnd lands. No rust, no insects, no failure. JUST SEND 10r ASI THIS NOTICE to the John A. Salzel- Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., and they will send you the most original seed book published, together with free samples of farm seeds such as Macaroni Wheat. Million Dolla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 February 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED KVERY 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, FEB. 27, 1908. Beginning April 1st Subscribers t o weekly newspapers who are in arrears with their subscription one year, will not be considered by the postal authorities, legitimate sub scribers, and their papers cannot anymore be mailed to them at the pound rate. All those of our readers who are in arrears one year or longer, should therefore pay their arrears before pnl 1st it they desire to re ceive The Gazette any long er. Remember that this is not a rule for which the publisher of the Gazette is responsible and that Uncle Sam always enforces his demands. After April 1st we shall be obliged to discontinue all subscriptions not paid in accordance with the new rule, as we cannot afford to pay one cent per number on each paper so sen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 February 1908

Hog, Sheep & Chicken Tight IPS THE WELD THAT HELD tuw? urn lf7d TT L.LU. THATM S'lytM yKM-.u v.t tie t tc w- You are gointr to put up some wire fence this spring and want the best that money can buy. We have it. S6e Pittsburgh Perfect is the best fence because the joints are welded, not twisted together. Welded joints do not slip frora the action of the weather. The galvanizing is not broken, allowing the wire? to rust. The welded fence puts up the easiest of anj on the market and is fully guaranteed. We carry a stock of the regular heights, why not take out some of this fence now while the roads are good. MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, Illinois. J Call and See Implements Car From DEERE & CO. and DEERE MANSUR Rock Island Disc, Janesville Disc, Tower Surface Goods. O. W. GRIFFITH Farm Machinery. Ashton, Illinois. An Exposition of Beautiful Home Furnishings Is to be Seen on coming to Dixon. And visiting our big new spring display of Furniture, Rugs, Lace Cu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 February 1908

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. RAISED IN GODLESS COMMUNITY. Unique Plea Made to Save Life of Tennessee Wife Murderer. On the plea that he had been raised in a godless community seventy-five citii ens of Breathitt County, Kentucky, hove sent letters and petitions to Gov. Patterson of Tennessee pleading for a commutation of the death' sentence of Ed Turner, formerly of Breathitt County, who bag been sentenced to hang for the murder of his wife last April. The plea of , notitinncrs is that Turner was brought up in a godless community and that he never had an opportunity 10 rin-lir from wrone. They point out that his parents died on the same night when he was young and that he had lived about as best he could. They assert that the wickedness of his wife unbalanced his mind and that he killed her, not because he hated her, but becnuse he loved her TORTURE KILLS FEUD LEADER, Tom Hatfield, Tied to a Tree, Dies from Exposure. A special from Louisa, Ky., stat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 February 1908

J j w RECORD .THINK JUSTICE WAS POISONED. rBody Exhumed at Mount Vernon in Ellort to Prove Crime. Suspicion that Squire Davis, a well"known resident of Bluford, who died suddenly a few weeks ago, flied from poison I has caused relatives to order the exhumaition f Hie body for the purpose of sendi mg the steniach to a Chicago chemist for analysis. Two masked men who entered vtho home of Charles Aldrich at Bluford :a few weeks ago and robbed him at the tpoiifft of revolvers of $125 will be sought us the murderers if the analysis of the stomach shows that Squire Davis died by poisoning. It is believed these men were recognized by Squire Davis and the theory Is that to save themselves they in some way got poison into his food. The .day following the holdup of Aldrich require Davis hinted to a friend that lie fliad his ideas as to the identity of the perpetrators. He was in apparent health until six days after the Aldrich crime, .when he died after a few hours' illness. BY ELECTRIC TO MI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 February 1908

Ill DUE STATE TEME ATTORNEY GENERAL BRINGS SUIT FOR BIG 8UM. &Z1M3U0 IN ONE CLAIM batata of Floyd K. Whittemore Aikid lo Return That Amount to State Treasury Civil Sen- ' ylce Appointment. TS&n-ingfleld, 111., Feb. 24. Attorney ranmra Stead has filed a claim against 3n estate of Floyd K. Whittemore. tfawiner .state treasurer, for $219,431.70, TCbat Is the amount claimed by tho nte to be due from Mr. Whittemore' mtate for costs and expenses of levySang nd collecting registered bond KSamfls while he was state treasurer and tb liabilities of Mr. Whittemore as U-lmndsman for other state treasurers itmi state auditors. The claim of AtsSorney General Stead was filed as a -ntsfult of a decision by the supreme fimnrt in a case which settled the 11aISfiHlles of state treasurers and state .auditors for all fees of the character innentioned above since 1870. The total amount claimed to be due KSrom the state auditors and state -Jtereasurei-s is $321,001.63. The followS&...

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

TH1 ASHTO GAZ1 N VOL. XIV. NO. 2. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1908. 11.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. NEW YORK TO PARIS RACERS THRU HERE American Car In the Lead Across the Continent FOREIGN CARS MAKING GOOD TIME AT PRESENT Fred Wood Piloted French Car to Sterling Stildebaker Car Running Away from Racers. . The Thomas Flyer, the only American car in the New York to Pans automobile race arrived in this city at 8:10 Saturday morning and after a stop of a few minutes, proceeded on its way westWt d The car was in charge of Mo.itegue Roberts the daring- young driver, George Schuster the machinist, M. B. Hatch and T. W. Williams, the latter a reporter for the New York Times. The start on Sat urday was made .from Rochelle shortly after seven o'clock. The car passed Franklin Grove at 8:35 and left Dixon at 9:23, Sterling 10:24 and reached Clinton in time for dinner. From here, the run was made to Cedar Rapku where ihey put up for the night. The car which is remarkably long and unlike the ...

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

THE ASHTOM GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. 8HTON, ILLINOIS. BOYS' JOBS ABE BOOMED. Uncle Sam Will Have Adult Special Delivery Carriers. Postmaster General Meyer is of the opinion that it is prejudicial to the welfare of "young America" to employ him as a special delivery messenger in the postal service. Mr. Meyer has issued an order to the effect that whenever a vacancy occurs in the force of special delivery messengers the position shall not be filled and that substitute letter carriers and clerks shall be employed for the work. He states that the boys are called upon frequently to visit low resorts and are compelled to travel long distances late at night in lonely outlying sections of the great cities, failing to make deliveries at times through fear or weariness. Special delivery messengers have been employed since 1883 and at present there are 2,505 engaged at Sit) postoffices, with ages as follows : 87, 13 years old ; 167, 14 years ; -318, 15 years; 654, 16 years; 499, 17 ye...

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

BOMBS FOR THE SHAH, FACTS ABOUTt:i : : ; THE CENSUS. - , . " ' . r -.1 . . ARE SLAIN. y :STATB; NEWS , "r- JBANK FORCED TO CLOSE. C. W. Barton Said to lie Cause of Sn pension of Madison Institution. The Tri-Cities State bank o Madison -closed its doom on a recent morning, pending an inspection of its books and a prospective reorganization. The closing of the bank was precipitated, it is al tteged, by a prolonged spree of the cash ier, C. W. Burton, a brother of former United States Senator Joseph Italph Bur ton of Kansas. While the directors were meeting in the bank Wednesday night, de ciding what to do, Burton, it is alleged, was making a round of the saloons of the . city Hashing a roll said to contain .$,- tOOO and announcing that "the Burton family would not suffer." Burton was itaken to the Granite City hospital, where "he refused to stay, and later was taken to his own home, where he is under the . care of an attendant. The bank's offi.cials say it will reopen as soon as its a...

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

7. THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBUSHBD BVBBY THVBSDAY. TBKMS OV SUBSCKIPTIOW. One year Bix months, Toar months $1.50 .75 .50 Sntered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY, MAR. 5, 1908. Beginning April 1st. Subscribers t o weekly newspapers who are in ar rears with their subscrip tion one year, will not be considered by the postal authorities, legitimate subscribers, and their papers cannot anymore be mailed to them at the pound rate .All those of our readers irho are in arrears one year or longer, should therefore pay their arrears before A.pril 1st if they desire to re ceive iHEiiAZETTEany loner r. Remember that this is not a rule for which the publisher of the Gazette is responsible and that Uncle Sam always enforces his demands. After April 1st we shall be obliged to discontinue all subscriptions not paid in accordance with the new rule, as we cannot afford to pay one cent per number on each paper s...

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

THE WELD THAT, HELD Hog, Sheep & Chicken Tight 1 - i You arc goin ti put up some wire fence this spring and want the best that money can buy. We have it. ZShe Pittsburgh Perfect is the best fence because the joints are welded, not twisted together. Welded joints do not slip from the action of the weather. The jjalvanizing is not broken, allowing the wires to rust. The welded fence puts up the easiest of anj on the market and is fully guaranteed. We carrj a stock of the regular heights, why not take out some of this fence now while the roads are good. MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, Illinois. J Call ai d See Implements Car From DEERE & CO. and DEERE MANSUR Rock Island Disc, Janes ville Disc, Tower Surface Goods. O. W. GRIFFITH F t m Machinery. Ashton, Illinois. NITURE Go-Carls, he latest styles. The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet The Best Cabinet Made UNGERS x Rochelle, - - - Illinois. Is jour subscription paid? Buckbee's Seeds at Thb Rackbt. Chas. Gonnerman was a...

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

PLEASANT THOUGHTS. Don't let us talk of wretchedness, Don't let us wallow in our woe, Don't let us drivel o'er distress, - Don't let us wander to and fro Amid the mire and mud below, But let us rise on joyful wings Into the golden sunlight's glow ; Let's think and talk of pleasant things! Don't let us clamor for redress; Don't let us deem a soul our foe ; Instead of cursing, let us bless ; And never let us gloat or crow O'er some one's trouble ; let us show What perfect peace our viewpoint brings To all who after goodness go ; Let's think and talk of pleasant things ! Let's talk of trouble less and less; To anger let us be more slow ; Let's strive more patience to possess, And more compassionate let's grow ; And cheerful word or smile bestow, And you can quell the scorn that stings ; This duty to ourselves we owe : Let's think and talk of pleasant things ! kxvoi : Ho ! mortal men and Women, ho ! . Hark to the song a minstrel sings ! If aught of happiness you'd know Let's think and t...

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