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

' After stiff eriner for seven years. 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. Pinkham: "I bad female troubles for seven years was all run-down, and so nervous I could not do anvthincr. The doctors treated me for different troubles but did me no rood. While in this con dition I wrote to Mrs. Pinkham for ad vice and took Lvdia E. Pinkham's Yegetable Compound, and I am now strong and well." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkuaiu a tvwuiu vv4uvwj from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy ior iemaie ma thaiyiqti -nrhn hflva bpfm frniihlAfl Wlt.h displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, nuroiu luiuurs, uregiuunucB, T 5 1 i i i. . vAAW penoulC pauis, uauiiauue, uio.u ixni-Hig-down feeling, flatulency, indigestion,dizziness,ornervous prostration. Why don't you try it ? Don't hesitate to write to Mrs. pinlrlmm if there Is anvthincr about your sickness y...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 5 March 1908

THE TRUTH ABOUT STATE INSTITUTIONS 3! cents par weak; six oeata per day. the total amount vara spent for food, a loos, therefore, tha Inmates and ago having on hand all the brick we eottld use for at least six months. In reply I would say that you are vary much mistaken when you claim ployea of our state Institutions would, that we purchased ft carload of brick i be furnished meala oostlnr two cents recently. , . each, or the price of a postage stamp, i have an Impression that the carCoaslder also the, ''detective work"' load of brick you mentioned as having ifyW Tit H 7v N I A TF FA tTS ioa by tht contingent of tne oom-; been received here was sent to the 111! by aaBflnamant la the oouaty jail aot ' oaatebng of beans and water and that exceeding six months." on ba leaving the hospital jone of the Reporter Booomee "Harpy." attendants brutally said In his prosit Is scarcely to be wondered at that ence: "You will die on the way home." newspaper reporters, naturally prone This story la...

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

Thf TON VOL. XIV. NO. 3. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1908. f 1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. I 5!"" v. H. f. PATE WRITES Says That Land h Rapidly Advancing In Value MONEY MADE ON FRUIT FARMS John Sloggett's Brother Write! of the Big Grain Elevator Where He k Employed. Sunnyside, Wash. Feb. 27 We started on our trip to Sunnyside, Washington February 4, by way of Chicago and St. Paul and were 34 days and 3 nights on the way. It began snowing as we started and continued to snow Tuesday p. m. and all night and most all day Wednesday. It seemed to be quite a blizzard when we reached St. Paul Wednesday morning at 7:45 where the snow was about 6 inches deep. By the time we reached Fargo, N. D. 7vednesday evening it had ceased snowing and was quite cold but not as much snow as there was at St.- Paul. We reached Billings, Montana early Thursday morning. This was a beautiful day and we enjoyed the scenery which was getting more interesting as we were nearing the mountains. We reached Livi...

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

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. 'ASHTON, ILLINOIS. EX-POSTMASTER KILLS HIMSELF Ellwood T. Hance of Detroit a Suicide Distressed Over Finances. Ellwood T. Hance, first vice president of the Tnion Trust Cotiipnny of the 'Michigan metropolis and former postmaster of Delrdt, snot nnd killed himself in his home there. Friends say that he had been greatly depressed over his financial affairs for some time. Mr. Hance's hgalth also had not been good nnd it is supposed that this aggravated the worry and impelled him to shoot himself. While it is intimated by oi:ie that disappointment over the elevation of an outside man over him in the t'nion Trust Company contributed largely 1o Mr. Hance's depression. ITenry Hussell. director and legal counsel, says that Mr. Hance had been told long before the election that he could not be made head of the institution. President F. W. Itlair of the company and Air. Russell deny emphatically that the affairs of the t'nion Trust Company are in a...

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

"DO IT NOW." I ...... - ILLINOIS . I m w STATE NEWS W XIFE TERM GIVEN TO MAHIAC. Escaped Insane Patient In Found (iullty of Murderinn; Man. A maniac, Henry N. Hatchett, was '.found guilty of murder and senteajad to 'life imprisonment in the Chester pcitftentiary. Hatchett, who had escaped 'from tthe'Bartonville asylum, shot and killed William 1$. Ilagenback at Chcsnut on .Jan. 17. In the face of the testimony of r. JMIer and Dr. Carrie!, superintendents of ISartonvillo and Jacksonville asylums, respectively, the Logan county farmers refused to consider the defense of insanity. Ilatchett was an inmate of Iboth asylums. lie was regarded fas a .dangerous man and people of that vicinity were 'incensed because it is alleged !hli escape was not made known. Hatch,ett escaped from Bartonvillo last August ;nd was not heard from until he returned ,to his home and killed the man who had : faint detained. ; KNOCKS OUT DOUBLE TAXATION. Supreme Court Put Curb on Townwhip anil Local School Board. ...

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

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. FUBUSHBD EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Tour months $1.50 .75 .50 Rntered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, MAR. 12, 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 nnv nnfi cpnt ner number on . each paper so s...

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

ww m ww w mmmm ww mwy m m m m f m mw m w mw ww w ww Family Scales We are going to sell a lot of family scales this week at a iSargain r e nee These scales weigh up to 25 lbs. They have a sanitary porcelain tile top and are Neat & Attractive. Our The regular price of these scales is $1.25 Price is 85 Cents. MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, Illinois. 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. Go-Carts, the latest styles. The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet The Best Cabinet Made UNGER'vS1 Rochelle, - - Illinois. "Made in Berkshire" Did you ever see the Berkshire Hills? If you have, you understand what the title "Made in Berkshire" means. Beautiful scenery, pure water, intelligent workmen, New England cleverness to originate, and New England culture for taste. Eaton Ilurlbut's papers are "Made in Berkshire." The papers are of first class manufactu...

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

I MEET MY YOUTH. 8om time I know not how or when Thin weary road I journey on Will lead through lands that I have known, And I shall moot my youth again Thro' some old wood my childhood know The road, at length, will bring to view A cottage in a lonely glen, Where 1 shall meet my youth ngnin. Where I shall greet beside the gate A boy whose unforgotten face Will glad me with its tender grace Of artless life and love elate: My soul will sparkle in his gaze The while his sunburnt hand 1 raise Agonist my lips in silence, then, Where I shall meet my youth again. And yet the lad of whom t dream May know me not, for I shall be To him a deep'ning mystery Of things that are and things that seem From those old scars of tmie and toil His heart, albeit, may recoil, As children's often do from men, Wheru I shall meet my youth again. Rut he shall know me at the Inst, And creep into my arms and weep, As I shall lull his lids to sleep With stories of the changed past; And ere the morning breaks upo...

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

JLYDIA. E. PINKHAM No other medicine has been so euccessful in relieving the suffering of women or received so many genuine testimonials as has Lydia E. viTiii-iinm'aVo-fitaMo GomDound. In every community you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham'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,Mass.,anywomananydaymay see the files containing over one million one hundred 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 V THnTj-Viotn'a VnofofahlA CVimnnlinH. A-it A UliUilV'U ... V'D 1 Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved many women from surgical operations. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is made from roots and Herbs, witnouc arugs, ana is wnoiu enma anrl Vinrmlp.SH. 1 1 'VJ uuu ......... The reason why Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is so...

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

mi' i rTrrm MELESS URCHINS HOW THEY ARE CARED FOR BY THE STATE. APPROPRIATIONS TOO SMALL Excellent Work Accomplished by This Comparatively New Department of the State Government. Springfield, March 9. In an office on the second floor of the state house is the department to which Is confided the protection of the homeless children of Illinois. The demands this department makes is that the homeless child shall have a home, parental care, school education and moral training to enable it to become a respectable pud law-abiding citizen. For two years tte department for the viai!;ition of children has been organizing and perfecting its system. When it began its work thsre was no centralized record of the 4,060 children who had be en placed in homes by the home finding societies and other agencies in the state. To assemble these records and make a complete list of the children 'ho had been placed in homes by the respective societies was the first duty of the department, which consisted of ...

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

ASHTOi Gaze tvlHIIHHI VOL. XIV. NO. 4. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1908. $1.60 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. DISCHARGED WHILE I William Geyer Met Instant Death at His Home Thursday FUNERAL SERVICE WAS HELD SUNDAY MORNING Accident Robt Three Small Children of M Father and Wife of a Loving Husband Burial in the Aahton Cometery This community was saddened to learn about noon Thursday that William Geyer had accident Ij shot himself at his home mile and a half southeast of this citv. The accident happened at 11:05 a. m. He was out in little shed to . the east of the house fixinsr the sight on the gun. Just before the accident he stepped into the house and asked for some thread to wind around the sight to tighten it. Mr. Cever did not remove the two shells from the erun and probably while working: with the gun it exploded, the full charge enter ing at the apple of his throat and going clear through. Mrs. Geyer wasout doors wash tag windows at the time of the accident, and upon hearing th...

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

7R t COMMON SENSE. Of nil the gifts this side of heaven Thnl ever were to mortnl given. The best to hnve, the worst to miss, TJie truest, sweetest source of bliss The one rail left of Eden's fence Stands the pure charm of common sense, To earn our right to "dui., bread," To not regret when time is fled, To wisely speak and act and think. To keep life's boat from ruin's brink, To balance every hour's expense We need the aid of common sense. Sometimes, no doubt, we need to view 'Ihe lightning bolts some genius threw; But now we need, well mixed and stirred, With silent thought or spoken wordA sort of human fool's defense The wholesome aid of common sense. Some things, perhaps, must still be taught, Y here mighty minds their power in wrought ; But how to guard the priceless wealth Of peace, and love, of youthful health, And how to keep our own few pence, Is taught alone by common sense. We pray for faith, and licht, and peace, I1 or cm s remove, and love's increase, For strength to mee...

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

PERUNA EDITORIAL NO. 2. Dr. Eartman has claimed for many yean that Peruna is an EXCELLENT CAT AEEH EEMEDY. Some o f the doctor's oritios have disputed the doctor's claim as to the efficacy of Peruna. Since the ingredients of Peruna are no longer a seoret, what do the medical authorities say concerning the remedies of which Peruna is composed? Take, for instanoe, the ingredient HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS, OE GOLDEN SEAL. The United States Dispensatory says of this herbal remedy, that it is largely employed in the treatment of depraved mucous membranes, chronio rhinitis (nasal catarrh), atonio dyspepsia (catarrh of the stomach), chronic intestinal catarrh, catarrhal jaundice (catarrh of the liver), and in diseased mucous membranes of the pelvic organs. It is also recommended for the treatment of various forms of diseases peculiar to women. Another ingredient of Peruna, COB. YD ALLS FORMOSA, is classed in the United States Dispensatory as a tonic. CEDEON SEEDS is another ingredient of Peruna...

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

.sac THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY 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. 66. THURSDAY, MAR. 19, 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 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 March 1908

I Hog, Sheep & Chicken Tight 0k, "T" Family Scales We are going to sell a lot of family scales this week at a Bargain r nee These scales weigh up to 25 lbs. They have a sanitary porcelain tile top and are. Neat & Attractive. The regular price of these scales is $1.25 Our Price is 85 Cents. MOORE & GLENN, Ashton, Illinois. If You Could fMe a Cream Separator that would fulfill your heart'! desire, what would that Separator do? It would run with the least eff jrt. It would have nothing io get out ot in. it would get all me cream in the Deal condition. It would be no trouble to take care of. Ever See An EMPIRE? The Empire Improved Frietionleaa Cream Separator la lust siir.h A machine. It is not a fairv creation. Yon wouldn't trust it if It were. But it is the highest pr duet of scientific and mechanical skill iu Sep. arator building, flnmft In flltfl KM Prove Its claims to your own bums in ana seo. ,atisfact,on, Ther6 s soma rood dairy reading here wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 March 1908

v. THE ASHTOIM GAZETTE. RALPH , J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HTON, ILLINOIS. CONVICTED OF $5,000,000 STEAL, Four Found Guilty in Pennsylvania Capitol Conspiracy Cases. The jury in the first of the Pennsylva nia capitol conspiracy cases . to be tried gave a verdict of guilty as to every one of the four men who have been on trial at Harrisburg for the last seven weeks. The men found guilty are John II. Sanderson, contractor; William P. Snyder, former auditor general ; W. L. Mathues, former State treasurer ; and James M. Shumaker 'former superintendent of public buildings and grounds. The State claims that frauds to the amount of 55,000,000 were committed. The four men were convicted of defrauding the State in furnishing the new capitol, which cost the State about $13,000,000 instead of $4,000,000, the figure at which the contract was estimated. The prosecution was the outcome of the political upheaval in Pennsylvania in 1005, which resulted in the election of William H. Kerry, a Democrat, as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 March 1908

XNoAJiia rnruavn snuvio aajwu 41 . .Man for Whom Authorities Jfelected to Search 'Wounds Captor. An escaped patient, allowed to wander .-away from the Illinois Eastern hospital in Kankakee, shot and wounded Sheriff .James V. Kussell when the latter with m posse was endeavoring to arrest him in (that city. The patient was Philip Couture, formerly an employe at the hospital, but who went insane after years of attendance upon the insane. He was alJowed to wander away from the asylum iin February, but it was only a few days .ago that the asylum authorities began a isearch for him. Couture had gone to Chi,cago. Some time later he came back to ' Kankakee and went to his home. No one was at home. The sheriff was informed 1 that Couture was in his house, and the raid followed. Couture was in bed when 'he shot the sheriff. He was armed with a knife and a revolver. It is suspected that his object was to murder his wife :nd family. lie was returned to the asy.lum. Sheriff Russell will recover....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 19 March 1908

i m Jcrsonal3tems George Eisenberg was a business visitor in Dixon Monday. J. R. Titus of Flagg was down on business Tuesday. nnr swi ll line of Armor Plate Hosierv, The Racket. Henry Stephan was in Dixon on business Tuesday. H. VV. Thomas transacted business in Nachusa Tuesday. W. A. Hunt was in Dixon Tuesday on probate business. Marcus Gonnerman was a Franklin Grove visitor Tuesday. Samuel Zeller and wife went to Sterling Thursday for a short visit. Deputy Slu riff Cupp of Frank lin fimv.- w.is here on business Tuesday. Win. Walker of Dixon was the guest of Conrad Yorty Thursday and Friday. Fred Mehllmusen went to DixTVmrsdav morning' to return the tax books. Rer. and Mrs. Fred L. Bald win spent several days in Chica go last week. A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs. C. D. Nickey of Chica go, Monday evening. Will Klinsrebiel, E. J. Randall anH Wm. Lanev were Franklin Grove visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Joe Wetzel went to Roi.un Mom) i to visit her sister Mrs. G. W. Myers. Thad Smi'h of Wat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 March 1908

WTO H ASHTON VOL. XIV. NO. 5. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THUKSDAY, MARCH 26, 1908. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. T IS FAST APPROACHING Tuesday, April 7th, is the Date Two Contests WILL VOTE ON LOCAL OPTION "Time for Filing Petitions i Past the Election Notices ' Have Been Posted. and Stevenson, Chas. Heibenthal, Mrs. Kathryn Hart and Mrs. Paul Pfetzing of Ashton, Col. Frank O. Lowden, Washington D. CM Chas. Kelley, Franklin Grove and N. Schuchart, Gettys burg-, South Dakota. We have also added the fol lowing-three new subscribers, P. F. Cleary, Gordon Nebraska, Mrs. .James Di I low, West Brooklyn and J. L. Schafer, Ashton. INTEREST IN MEET OF THE METHODISTS The time for filing- petitions to g-et on the ballot at the town ship election closed Monday, March 23rd at midnight as that was the expiration of the fifteen day limit as required by law. The election is Tuesday April 7, ana the olfices to be tilled are clerk, assessor, collector, com missioner of highways, justice of the peace to fill vaca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 March 1908

PEACE OR WAR THEY ALWAYS COME HERE. THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. JH- l H .'J ILLINOIS. BISHOP FOWLER DIES SUDDENLY Well Known Methodist Episcopal Prelate Passes Away. The Kev. Charles H. Fowler, bishop of the Methodist Episcopal church, died at his home in New York Friday. His death was due to heart failure, resulting from a complication of diseases. Charles Henry Fowler was born at Burford, Ontario, Aug. 11, 1837. He received his education at Genesee college and was the valedictorian in the class of 1859. After graduation he attended the Garrett Bib lical institute, where he took the degree of D. D. For eleven years Dr. Fowlei was a pastor in Chicago and from 187! to 1870 was president of the Northwestern university. For four years he .acted as secretary for the missionary society of his church and in 1884 was elected a bishop. In 1888 Bishop Fowler toured Japan, Korea and China. He was the finnder of the Felsin university and the 'Nankin university and organized t...

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