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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 January 1909

I WANTS HER LETTER PUBLISHED For Benefit of Women who Suffer from Female Ills Minneapolis, Minn. "I was a great sufferer from female troubles which rWCTM? a weakness itr 7"iiana Droicen aown condition or the system. I read so much of what Lvdia E. Pinkham's Veg etable (Jompouna bad done for other suffering women I felt sure it would help me, and I must say it did help me wonderfully. My pains all left me. I grew stronger, ana withm three months 1 was a perfectly well woman. "I want this letter made public to show the benefit women may derive from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable compound." jars, johnu. moldan, $115 Second St., North, Minneapolis, Minn. Thousands of unsolicited and genu ine testimonials like the above prove the efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which is made exclusively rrom roots ana herbs. Women who suffer from those distressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these tacts or doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compou...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 January 1909

EI V N 8 1 The prettiest and most complete stock ever carried in As jton. One entire floor case filled with the best valentenes on the market. Your Sweetheart will expect one of them and you can pnd nothing prettier anywhere else. Prices very reasonable, for such high class goods. rji OOK STORE V-ti I GAZETTE THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED KVE1IY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year .... $i.so Six months, ... - .75 Fou months - - - .50 Entered at the poatoffice in Ashton, "'linois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY, JAN. 28, 1909. Valentines at the Gazette Book Stork. 43t3 Wm. Socks was a Rochelle vis- . itor Saturday. Fred Klenke was a Chicago visitor Friday. Gusta Messer was a Rochelle visitor Friday. E. H. Good and wife were Dixfn visitors Friday. John EisertDefg was a visitor in Rochelle Friday. George Schrieber was a Chicago visitor Friday. Henry Nelson and wife were Dixon visitors Saturday, Mrs. Wesley Beach went to Chic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 January 1909

1 : . m .. - - '"11 - I i r, cn ,J i . . I v (tm3nsnmas- - i 1 -j - 1 kvyz' -1 i n ft i i vtunm o kiiiMiimr I . Grindstones Are you getting your tools ready for the spring work? II so you need a good grindstone. We have one with a tubular iron frame that will not wobble. The stone runs true and easy on roller , bearings. Come in and see it, we know it will please you. We have several sizes in Disston saws, one and two man saws for wood cutting. Also wood choppers' malls and wedges. Our Keen Kutter axes at $1.00 are good sellers. ffloore & dknn YOU WILL FIND You will find the Implement house interesting. New goods are coming in seasonable goods. Blatchford Calf Meal. Tank Heaters.! Hoosier Drills. Wagons. Farm machinery. O. W. GRIFFITH, ASHTON, ? ILLINOIS. Furniture Headquarters Of course the great ChrismaS rush is over, but furniture is different than some other things. Few homes ever get too much of it. If you need a set, a few pieces or even a single piece to make your...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 January 1909

ft 1 THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. SUMMARY OF THE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS. Sunday. New York City is throwing away $20,000,000 yearly because of short hours and way bosses in municipal employment, according to a tatement made to the board of estimate. President-elect Taft in an address to the negro Y. M. C. A. of Augusta. Ga.. told his hearers the race must work bat its own problem and he finds encouraging signs in their condition in Georgia. Monday. Gov. Deneen and other State officials of Illinois took the oath of office in Springfield in a simple and impressive ceremony. The Federal Supreme Court sustained the Texas decision fining the WatersPierce Oil Company $1,023,900 and ousting it from the State. Luther Laflin Mills, State's attorney of Cook county, 111., from 1870 to 1884 and famous for his oratorical powers, died at his Chicago home of paralysis. President Roosevelt was grilled in both branches of Congress. Willett of New York was shut oft' by ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 January 1909

GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE GOVERNOR AND MRS. DENEEN, IUS EXECUTIVE MANSION AND , ' SCENES OF THE INAUGURAL CEREMONIES AT SPRINGFIELD. 1 ILLINOIS LAWMAKERS. TO STATE U N SENATE DEADLOCK Deep Waterway, Charitable Institutions and Larger Power for Railroad Commission Asked. 1ATE TROUBLES ARE IGNORED. Better Safeguards for Primary Elections Urged, and New System of Cont ol for State Institutions. prlngf .id correspondence: The necessity of immediate action by the General Assembly toward furthering the plans for the development of the waterway project is the leading topic of "Gov. Deneen's biennial message to the Illinois Legislature. State, charitable institutions are discussed at length, "because, the Governor says, "of the criticism to which the administration has 'been subjected." Critics are dismissed with the assertion that no State charitable institutions anywhere have made the progress during the past four years that those of Illinois have shown. The primary election law, the executive s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 January 1909

FOOLED BY A NAME "These soft, syrupy names for towns," began a traveling man as he 'Wt oft the end of his perfecto savagely, "never any more of 'em for mie. "I've got to know after this all about a town, Just what size map it breaks in on, and some more things fcefore I'll fall for Its purty name. There may be a lot of good towns with mystic, euphonious names that you'd rather have in your mouth than a bite of chocolate, but they don't get jny money. Nope! Nix! Hue uh! I've got to know more'n Just the name aftr this. "Here's what I'm getting at," says the reminiscent drummer. "Something made me think just now of my trip down through Florida somebody ; charming, flitted about from one to tne spoke of taking a run down to Miami, ! other muttering smiling incendiarisms ,and reminded me of it and I recalled , and passing the things they ate. my little stay at Zolfo Springs. At the head of the table was a "Now, Just take that name Zolfo i bushy-whiskered, red-faced individual. Springs an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 February 1909

Asm Gaz-eti 14 lido i VOL. XIV., ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, FEBUARY 4, 1909. tl.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. 1 BR'11'RN STORM City Shivered In Grasp Of Icy Blasts From Northwest BUSINESS WAS SUSPENDED Train Lost in the Wet Double header Fail to Make up Time Barometer Took a Big Drop. One of the wost bitter blizzard that visited this vicinity for many years struck Ashton short ly after two o'clock Friday after noon. While the cold was not as severe as has been this winter, the high wind made the cold more intense, and kept our citi zens shivering" and tending; fires all the time. All east bound trains on the Chicago & Northwestern were very badly delayed. No 14 due here at 4:19 p. m. was lost some where west of Belle Plaine, Iowa, but a special of an engine and two coaches was made up at Clinton and ran on No 14's time No 12 due here that evening at 7:03 arrived the next afternoon about three o clock. No. 4 was 39 hours late. The Los Angeles Limited and the Overland wen each ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 February 1909

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. L TUB BALL-SPLITTER. CUBA IS FREE AGAIN; ' ISLAND CELEBRATES RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. SUMMARY OF THE HOST IMPORTANT NEWS. Crew Leaves Republic at Last Governor Alagoon Turns Reins of Government Over to President Gomez. Minute and Finds Safety on Revenue Cutter. FE-RU-NA TONIC FOB CCDG'JS, COLDS, GATASEH, Sunday. The brutar murder of 15-year-olil girl tirred Dayton, Ohio. The liner Republic, injured in collision f Nantucket, went to the bottom, th captain and crew narrowly escaping. Misg Mabel Sturtevant, a Missouri girl, was awarded the Braun prize as the bent student of European and American Diversities. The body of a young woman, evidently from Chicago, was found in a sitting posture on the porch of a parsonage in St. Louis, with letters probably written by a aun as the only clew to the murder, Governor Maeoon recommended that United States remove the Maine from Ha vana harbor, declaring that the Spanish lenient in Cuba believes America negle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 February 1909

KILLS WIFE AND HER MOTHER. Yon n k Man Craed Tilth Liquor Trim to Exterminate Hli Family. Crazed with liquor and- imaginary domestic troubles, Albin Bolane, a young man of Galva, fatally shot his mother-in-law, Mrs. John S. Swanson, and wounded his young wife, Vina Swanson. Bolane then committed suicide by schootiug. After supper Bolaneu who was out of em ployment, started a reign of terror at the .home of Mrs. Swanson, where he and his wife, with their baby, lived. He open ed fire on Mrs. Swanson, shooting her twice in the abdomen. His wife pleaded for mercy, but he shot her as she be sought him. After shooting his wife and her mother Bolane made a search for his baby and ihis wife's sister, hoping to put an end to the .entire family. They were absent, and in his rage he turned the weapon on himself. Without a funeral service of any kind, the body of Albin Brodin was bufted Saturday at Kewanee. At the request of Brodin's father, the half filled whisky bottle found in his pocket aft...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 February 1909

IN I The prettiest and most complete stock ever carried in Ashton. One entire floor case filled with the best valentenes on the market. Your Sweetheart will expect one of them and you can find nothing prettier anywhere else. Prices very reasonable, for such high class goods. ' , GAZETTE BOOK STORE V A M r 1 A i i Announcement Having sold my interest in the Hardware Firm of Mooee & Glenn, I wish to announce to the public that I have- retained the Tin Shop and will be pleased to furnish estimates and do all classes of work in that line. I will make a specialty of Furnace work and solicit the business of all. A. M. MOORE, ASHTON, ILLINOIS. General Repairing. Having Purchased the business of Ed. Arnould I am prepared to do all kinds of repairing, gasolene engines, pumps and etc. All plumbing guaranteed. CLIFFORD KNAPP, HE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED KVEHY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. "ne year ' jix months, Four months $1.50 .75 .50 ntere...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 February 1909

I f IP HAJM? NOTICE The firm of Moore & Glenn have dissolved partnership. In the future the store will be conducted by M. N. Glenn and the shop will be managed by A. M. Moore. We want to thank you all for the friendship and patronage you have extended to us. We appreciate it and hope that in the future we may merit a continuance of same. Again thanking you for the courtesy you have shown us we remain. Yours Resp't. A. M. MOQRE M.N. GLENN I Farming' Implements w& have just received a car load of Deere Disks, Planters, Plows, Harrows etc. Also a car load of Rock Island Implements. O. W. GRIFFITH, ASHtON, ' ' ILLINOIS. Furniture Headquarters Of course the great Chrismas rush is over, but furniture is different than some other things. Few homes ever get tooVnutch of it. If you need a set, a few pieces or even a single piece to make your home happy, We ask that you don't forget us. Between this date and March 1st there will be considerable changing around, some pe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 February 1909

SASHFUL MAN'S VALENTNE. I The dearest girl In all the towl "My Valentine," I name her ; For, though she's never really (rives In word the right to claim her. The glances Dolly bends on me. Her smiles could not be sweeter 1 sometimes fancy, though, I set The same bestowed on Feter. For many a day I've longed to say : "I lova you, Dolly, dearest;" But never can I speak the words That to my heart are nearest ; lor such a bashful man am I. That when, by chance together, I always stammer, blush and sigk And talk about the weather 1 Tin strange that making lore should be So dread as undertaking, That just the very thought of it Should set my knees a-shaklng; And when I try my very best To turn a sentence neatly. The few Ideas with which I'm bleat Should ly away completely : I sit beside her in the choir. We share one book together, . And after service I slip In Some trite remarks on weather While walking with her to the door But waiting there to meet her Is sure to be that tiresome bore, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 February 1909

rough LncJi. "Dad alwii.vs gives John the best of It, bmix lie's th' oldest. An' ma humors Bobby, beciiK lie's the bby." "And wliei'e do you come In?" "N'owlierett. I gottn be good." Cleveland Leader. How It Started. "George, I am going to cook you a dinner all by myself on Wednesday !" "Make It Thursday, dear." "Why?" "I'm going to be out of town Thursday." Houston Post. t WESTERN CANADA More Big Crops In 1908 another 60,000 Settlers from the United State NEW DISTRICTS OPENED FOR SETTLEMENT 320 Acres el Lsii ! MCI SfTTLER 160 Free mtsleai ni ISO ll $3.00 Per Acre. ' "A vast, rich country and a contented, proeperoue people. ' ' Extract from correspondence of a National Editor, whose visit to Western Canada in August, 1908, was an inspiration, Many nave paid the entire cost of their farms and had a balance of from $10.00 to $20.00 per acre ae a result of c ne crop. Spring- Wheat, Winter Wheat, Oats. Barley, Flax and Peas are the principal crops, while the wild grasses bring to perfec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 February 1909

II. S. POSTAL INFORMATION Some Postal Rulings that Will Interest Our Readers. Use an ordinary size envelope cand have on it your return card; if it is not delivered it will be returned to jou, and not 0 to the Dead Letter Office, as thousands of letters do. If you receive a letter bv mistake and it is not yours, don't open it, but return it promptly; and if you do open it, write cn the envelope "opened by mislake," and sign your name. When you address a letter see that you spell the name of the 4own correc'ly. Many post offices have simi'.ar names. Don't -write Cin. for Cincinnati, or Col. for Columbus. When you address a letter or card leave room for the stamp and postmark in the upper right liand corner. Postmarks often blur your address. Do not put writing in newspapers or packages; if you do the matter becomes first class mail and you must pay letter postage two cents an ounce, or you are liable to a fine of $10.00. Written or typewritten letters placed in unsealed envelopes are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 February 1909

t f EBB Gaze HTO VOL. XIV. NO. 51. A.SHTON, ILLINOIS, THURt; Day, febuary ii, 1909. $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. N IE. I i ISAAC EARL HAS PASSED BEYOND Former Business Man Expires After Short Illness II GAME TO LIGHTHOUSE IN '51 'The Funeral Service on Monday Was Very Largely attended Burial Made In Aihton Cemetery. Deep was the regret and sin cere the sorrow that followed the announcement that Isaac Earl had left the companionship of earth and gone to be with God. The sad intelligence of his home going was a severe shock to the entire community and to all who knew him. When a man of noble character is taken away the world loses a force for good it can ill afford to spare. We are richer indeed, by the fruits of his efforts and the inspiration of his example, but -we shall miss the help "of his presence, the encouragement of his voice, the sense of his companionship. He possessed strength and sym metro, a quiet courtesy, an unaffected sincerity of speech and manner, a purposeful devoti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 February 1909

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. SUMMAEY OF THE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS. Sunday. A bullet fired by George Busse. brother of the Mayor of Chicago, crashed through window of the Mayor's apartments and killed Mrs. L. C. Tuckerman, daughter of a retired army officer, across an areaway. tjjl M. Lopukine, former director of po lice in the department of the ministry of the interior in Russia, was arrested and charged with beine a sdv in league with the fighting branch of the revolutionary party. Monday. The Federal Supreme Court affirmed New York 80-cent gas law and decided that a trust cannot collect debts. Five hundred farmers in a stormy meeting united in a fight to raise the price t milk m Chicago to 9 cents per quart. The Nevada Legislature in committee of the whole adopted a resolution urging California to pass anti-Japanese legislation despite "threats and coercion" by President Roosevelt. Tuesday. The lower house of the Nevada Legislature passed bitter an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 February 1909

MYSTERY IN FAILURE TO RAISE THE HE What Is It That Is "Incompatible with Public Interest" Which Prevents Action by Congress? SULZER BELL LONG HELD UP. Lawmakers May Move at Last to Bring Wreck and Bodies to the Surface. Washington correspondence : Wlm t is it that Is "Incompatible with the public interests" and that prevents the raising of the Maine? No one can toe found who can or will answer this question explicitly. The Maine lies in Its bed of mud at the bottom of Havana Harbor. Sentiment demands that the vessel be raised and that the dead be reooviVed from her hold, but something stronger than sentiment seems to be in tlie way. Recently the report of Charles E. Magoon, provisional Governor of Cuba, was made public. Mr. Magoon, after referring to navigation, wrote : "Even more important is the fact that this wreck, although it contains the bodies of sixty-three American seamen, or what is left of them, apparently is abandoned and forgotten by the government and the people of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 February 1909

T"7 The prettiest and most complete stock ever carried in Ashton. One entire floor case filled with the best valentenes on the market. Your Sweetheart will expect one of them and you can find nothing prettier anywhere else. Prices very reasonable, for such high class goods. ETTE .iMMMBiMlUIHtBIIHffl A K. Announcement Having sold my interest in the Hardware Firm of Moore & Glenn, I wish to announce to the public that I have retained the Tin Shop and will be pleased to furnish estimates and do all classes of work in that line. I will make a specialty of Furnace work and solicit the business of all. HE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, i EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVHKY THURSDAY TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, if Ane year Six months, Four months $1.50 ! .75 r 50 -ntered at the poatoffice in Ashton, TUinois, as second-class matter. f TELEPHONE NO. 65.' . ..... f. THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1909. A. M. MOORE, ASHTON, ILLINOIS. Watches Jewelrp Watchmaker. Engraver, Optician. Jlsljton, Illinoi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 February 1909

'I.' Sample Tools, i We have bought-another line of sample tools. A money-saving proposition on first class goods to you. 6knn's lyatdwm Store. or Saturday f Dixon 1 I en lOOO PER CENT ! The sale of Empire' Cream Separators has increased 1000 per cent in the past three years. Do you think that means anything? O. W. GRIFFITH, Gazette $1.50 per year, Joseph Good spent Saturday Sterling-, Miss Eva Noelsdi was a visi in Sterling- Saturday, Mrs. L. T. Moore was a B chelle visitor Satuaday Charles It,vans w:is n hnsiri4 U " T I caller in Dixon Saturday P. J. McMillan was a busina caller in Chicago Suturday. Harry Dunton of Malta here on business Saturday. A l . . . A8n ion colored souvenir pol cards Gazettk Book Storb. Dr. Roup of Franklin Gro was an Ash ton visitor Rev. P. D. Stone o a business caller in Ashton day. miss lYainryn sctiacle was Rochelle caller Saturday trio ing-. J. K. I ltus was down fn Flag-g- Saturday morning on bi ness. Garret Abel and Edward Kir sten were Franklin Gro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 February 1909

A FBXEOT) OB TWO. friend or two alone the yearn, we crave, That when joy cornea and the. hard-won success. We can to them our buoyant aims ex prew. ' Make them to share the pleasures that en slave A friend or two, whose steady hand will save. A friend or two we need, when sorrow falls, That through the tears we may not loss our way. The way of trust that shows a brighter day, For when despair upon the spirit palls A friend or two our hope of hope recalls, A friend or two, we cry, when men con- demn, Some one. who still believes of us the best, Or, knowing, still would let all censure rest In after years our hearts go out to them A friend or two heaven holds no finer gem. A friend or two we claim, that we may tell To them our views of things, and hear their own, And learn to live within life's temperate zone. We who are wanting may compare thought well. A friend or two, who has no views to sell A friend or two, amid the careless throngs Tried as by fire, loyal to the Inst, Who would ...

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