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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 November 1906

tHE trade mark KEEN KUTTER stands for the best possible workmanship and the best possible finish obtainable. Whether you find it upon an ax, a pocket knife, a razor or anything else in the tool line, you may know that the quality is the very best and fully warranted. We carry a complete assortment of these tools. . r - HTllll 111" We have some very nice patterns in these razors at $1.50 to $2.50. Also a good line of razor strops. If jou need anything in tins line we are sure we can suit you. We have all sizes and styles. Our line of pocket knives is very complete. You can surely find what you want in a pocket knife. We also have a very fine line of butcher knives and carvers. Tne Keen Kuttcr food chopper is the most satisfactory food chopper made. You can have one of these on trial if you wish. They are made in three sizes, viz: PRICE $1.00 1.15 1.35 I MOORE & GLENN, I I ASHTON, ILLINOIS. I A HOT IRON 4 A COLD $ fessrsf HANDLE 9 ENCLOSED IlJZtt5GWHK15 6 BJ-UE bell . 3 p!...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 November 1906

ORIGIN OP THANKSGIVING DAY. In 1C31 the United States was a tiny babe In English long clothes; and It happened that there was a great scarcity of food in that little colony that had ''settled on Massachusetts bay they were threatened with famine. The prospect grew dark and ominous; the people were brave; but their anxiety grew very keen for all that, and they knew not where to turn for earthly aid. It was the wont of those early pilgrims to turn to God in times of need and tlie ciders decided that a special day be set aside for fasting and prayer. Before the day arrived, however, their long expected boat hove in sight and the day set aside for fasting and praying was transformed into one of cheer; good dinners and hearty thanksgivings prevailed. This was the first general Thanksgiving of which we have any record; It was by no means the last; from that day to this successive Governors and Presidents have set apart many different days for special Thanksgiving for some propitious event...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 November 1906

Pennine tlio Siiaation. Henry I. Stanf.ird. fur tovcml yenis with Sir Henry Irvlns'n company, tells this flood Kl:ir.v of tllf" ('tol': "Sir Henry's wit wiis of tin almost Voltairian character. Once, wliilo I was reliearsins; 'Faust' with liim at the Lyceum Theater. In London wo were dolus; the liroekin scene and he had occasion to reprove an army of exiihernnt sillier? he stopped the rehearsal and all was silence. Then, in that anier, grim way of his, he said: 'Very channIng but yon must remember that you are in he!! not plcnicklnjf on Ilampstead heath.' " Uochester Herald. A Well Known Remedy. One of the oldest, safest and most favorably known remedies in the world today is'r.nindivth's Pills a blood purifier and laxative. Iteing purely vegetable they nlt.r same dose always has the same effect no matter how long they are taken. One or two pills taken each night tor a while is the best thing known for any one troubled with constipation, indigestion, dispepsia nr nnv trouble arising...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 November 1906

Long Kid Gloves. We are well supplied with all sizes in the 12 and 16 button gloves so much in demand. A particularly good quality . . $2.50 Silk Underskirts. The quality of silk in the underskirts we show is unusually good, in fact much better than is usually found in the ready made kind. Priced to please. Knit Gloves. Every color and combination of colors that is desirable made of a soft warm and the washable kind. J jdcius. ivercniers. The new things in this line are always here in a complete variety. New elastic and plain beltings in plaids, stripes and jets, 25c to $2.00 each. Our advance showing of handkerchiefs for ladies and men is particularly large, and splendid values prevail from 5c to $ 1 .00. CLOAKS! CLOAKS! Silk Waistings. Just opened a lot of handsome silk waist lengths. Large assortment. No two alike, and prices very low at 50c the yard. Comforts. As usual the largest variety and the best values. Large and warm filled with the best cotton. $1.00 to $3.00. Table Line...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 November 1906

JThb .ashtoI Gazette. VOL. XII. NO. 4Q. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 613. SHOE STRING VENDER PINCHED on. Deputy Sheriff Trask Nabbed Bad Man In Northwestern Yard the TRIED TO HIDE fN CORNER OF BOX CAR Was Lodged in City Bastlle and Later Taken to Dixon by Sheriff Wohnke. Thursday morning Deputy Sheriff Isaac Trask arrested a shoe string vender who gave his name as Frank Wilson and home as Detroit, Michigan. Early in the morning the man made a canvas of the business places, urging the merchants to buy a few shoe strings, profits of which were to am a poor cripple. After entering several of the business houses and meeting slow sales lie began to curse vehemently, and it was then that the Deputy Sheriff was notified. He tracked him to the depot where way freight No. 122 was just about ready to pull out. While Trask in company with a few men were searching in Lesslie's coal yards, the . tramp made for an empty box par in the train and crouched down, in one...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 November 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTON, ILLINOIS. DOWNFALL OF KUSSIA AMERICAN VISITOR SEES REVOLUTION COMING. CUmk Man Describes Peasants In Villages of Empire Rapid Growth Deranges Blind of Youth Other News in Brief. "It is absolutely impossible to stave off Russian freedom now. The fire of revolution, smothered a little in the cities, is bursting out vividly throughout the 100,000 or more villages of the empire, the Teal backbone of the revolution, and the crisis is at hand. Soon will come the great turmoil and the events of the last year will pale in comparison." This is the prediction of William English Walling, the Chicago sociologist and writer, irho has returned from Russia with his wife, formerly Anna Strunsky. They lave enlisted in the cause of Russian freedom, and while he is writing Mrs. Walling will lecture in the United States and Canada. "Everything points to a abort period of life for the Czar's present government," he continued. "Tho Russian loans are g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 November 1906

A V UNIONIZE ZEIGtER PJLANT. fliner Says Bin Colli Company 1 Aboot to Be Sold. An official of the subdisti-ict of the Illinois Miners' Union is authority for the statement that the Wescern Mining Coal Company, which has an office in St. 1,011 is, expects to secure possession in the near future of the plant o the Zeigler Coal Company and will at once unionize the men. This is the shaft operated by Joseph Leiter, where for-ovor two years .1 fierce contest has been waged by Leiter .against the miners' union and where on April 3, 1905, fifty-one ;.ersous, including State Mine Inspector Atchison, lost their Jives in a gas explosion. The O'Gara Coal Company, a Chicago corporation and one of the largest single operators in southern Illinois, has just completed the deal for the addition of nearly 6,000 ;Bcres of undeveloped coal land in addition to its already large holdings. The land is situated in Franklin county and is underlaid by a ten-foot vein of fine oal. The company already operate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 November 1906

9 9) B. COUNTRYMAN CO., i DIXON'S BIGGESllSTORE, DIXON, ILLINOIS, " to 2 lOO Room Sire Rug's to Select From 200 Fine Palmer Cloaks to Select From "j we onow juarge une 07 rurs irom vo ients up. ij) ' JUvSlf A HINT Best Tennis Flannel all stores sell lOc to 12c at 7cents Children's Black, Hose we sell 7c a pair, 4 pairs for 25c Uf lO Bars Good Laundry Soap for 25 cents. $1000.00 Worth New HAUILAND CHINA l HOUSE FURNITURE. CHE AUTUMN season of the year is at hand and with it comes the usual Fall House Cleaning Time. This is the most seasonable time of the year to refurnish your house, s setting back old styles and marred furniture. At UNGER'S j j store you will find the latest and best of every thing- in furni8 ture to make your home cozy and attractive this coming- f winter. FREE WAGON DELIVERY. 1 fge ffl. tlnger Tnt:htnjji V)ho tttade furniture Tamous ftocfyelk Illinois . TALKING MACHINES This is the Jlace to get Yktor and I'.diKon takingmachines and supplies. Come in and hear them ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 November 1906

THE NEARER BATTLE By Howard Fieldlntf Copyright, 1905, by Charles W. Hooke ORTIFIED against the day's un kindly promise by a melancholy breakfast, Kendall returned to the upper regions of the boarding house and resolutely sat flovrn to write. There lay before him the first pages of a story. It had stopped like a cheap clock in the small hours of the morning, and he had abandoned it with a groan and had gone to bed. But the thing must be tinkered and put together and wound 6KB BAD HXBBIiY STOPPED AT HIS DOOB. up and sold. He scanned it in the cold light of day and was amassed to find some good in It, a clever bit of characterization wasted, a touch of the picturesque oddly out of place, a glint of truth In a muddy mess of insincerity. There was even a pleasant Jingle In the language, marred by dissonances unnatural and malicious, as if the very devil bad Jogged the author's elbow. Kendall read and was affected with -' pity of himself and with a certain sym- , pathy, a sorrowing tende...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 November 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. LOWDEN'S FARM NOW COMPLETE TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months S1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 1906. Once in four jours the k overall:nt weig hs the mail on the trains k v ;i period of ninety days, taking row the reports made by the rail way postal clerks, for thirty con secutive days and on these reports base the contract with the rail roads for the ensuing- four years The weighing process is in progress all the time in some part of the country, the entire United States being divided up into tl is trick. The weighing- 0f mail in tl'is, liie sixth district, of which C'Hi-;i!'(i is the headquarters, will j. i e taken up by the govern incut. During the months of A.arcli, April and May of next c.ir, the railway postal clerks will weigh every ounce of maij c ined on the trains in the div ision. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 November 1906

V ft Lisk Enamel ... .Roasters.... Positively the best Roaster made. It's self basting. As easy to wash us as a china dish and never rusts. It will make tough meat tender and there is no waste from shrinkage. Warranted for Ten Years. , ....Bmd Mixers.... Will make bread making easy, we have them in three sizes $1.50 and up. We can furnish you with paper for covering storm doors. wbat People Jlre 004.1 "Give Thanks." Gus Kreis was a Dixon visitor Friday. Janet Griffith was a Rochelle visitor Saturday. Dr. S. C. Gould was a caller in Rochelle Friday Win. E. Trein of Dixon was an Ashton visitor Sunday. Miss Mary Charters was a Rochelle visitor Saturday. August Kersten was a business caller in Dixon Monday. ." Mrs. J. B. Titus of Flagg was shopping in town Friday. Geo. Meister visited relatives in Franklin Grove Friday. . S. T. Zeller was a business caller in Sterling- Friday evening, V 'v. Mrs. J. II. Byers and Miss Half tie A good surrey for sale. Inquire of H. Stephan. 38tf. Crepe pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 November 1906

"DOWN AND OUT." ITi man who wins in the fight for fame, Who wins in the war for gold, The welkin rings with his lauded name Wherever his deeds arc told. Not mine to jeer when I hear him hailed ; I'm proud of his heart so stout But whnt of the fellow wio tried and failed, The fellow that's "down and out"? Bhall naught be said for the man who tried The goal of his hopes to gain ; Who faced the battle with patient pride And fought though the fight was vain ; Whose spirit in one weak moment quailed, Who fell at the last redoubt? Ah, many a hero heart has failed So here's to the "down and out" ! The man who wins, oh, honor him well. And give him the praise that's due, But don't forget the other who fell Ere ever his dreams came true ; Yes, honor the man whose will prevailed, Who baffled despair and doubt But give one thought to the man who failed, The fellow that's "down and out"! New York Sun. fUINGS undoubtedly looked squally for jliu. He realized It ns he paced up and down the narrow ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 November 1906

W. L. D3UGLAS'RHEUMATISKI STAYS CURED 3.50 &$3.00 Shoe9 BEST IN THE WORLD W.l.0oug!as$4 Gilt Edge line. cannot De equaiiaa ai any p noa , To Shoe Dealers : . . fcwNjr'N ai W. L. Douglas Job- Eg Vj5 fijj blnft House is the most Rtf 1 complete in this country I ifr;:V w I iH0E8.F0REMB0DY AT ALL.. w.n'. Shoes. S to $1.60. Boys' Shoe.. 53 toSl.SS. Women's Bhoes. .uu 50 .g. S4.00 to Trv W. li. Douglas women', misses aim Children's shoes i for style, at and wear they excel other makes. If 1 could take you Into my large factories at Brockton, Mass.,and show you how carefully W.L. Douglaa shoes are made, you would then understand whv they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and ar of greater value than any other make. Wherever you live, you can oMaia w. 1-. Douglas shoes. His name and price Is 'tamped Mthe bottom, which protects you against high far "tz$Ms&z ,B" K VUl.uto" T . , . MAKES BEAUTY Among the ladies no other medicine has ever had so strong a followi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 November 1906

Belts. The new things in this line are always here in a complete variety. New elastic and plain belting's in plaids, stripes nnd jets, 25c to $2.00 each. Kerchiefs. Our advance showing- of handkerchiefs for i ladies and men is particularly large, and splendid values prevail from 5c to $ 1 .00. Silk Underskirts. The quality of silk in the underskirts we show is unusually good, in fact much better than is usually found in the ready made kind. Priced to please. Knit Gloves. Every color and combination of colors that is desirable made of a soft warm and the washable kind. We are well supplied with all sizes in the 12 and 16 button gloves so much ia demand. A particularly good quality. .$2.50 S3 S3 iiH fg, Silk Waistings. CLOAKS! CLOAKS! C? Long Kid Gloves. Belts. Kerchiefs. Silk Underskirts. I Knit Gloves. rf Just opened a lot of handsome silk waiv.t lengths. Large assortment. No two alike, and prices very low at 50c the jjird. Comforts. As usual the largest variety and the best values....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 December 1906

ashtIn Gazettj ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1906. VOL. XII. y NO. 41. WHOLE NUMBER 614 t. HE NOW IS TIME FOR HOLIDAY BUYING Shop Early In The Season and Early In The Day Is Advisable CROWDS ARE SMALLER NOW AND SATISFACTION RESULTS Streets Are Complete anl It Is a Matter of Humanity to Save Sales Persons as Much as Possible. Asliton people would profit by heeding the following suggest- , ions relative to doing th. ir holiday shopping' early. !, , "Do it now your -Christmas shopping." Every person, in all . seriousness, should mike this resolve and keep it. There is no .reason why Christmas shopping should be put off until Christmas eve. Here are some reasons why the gift buying should be done now. Weather Better now than when cold s-ets in. Crowds Smaller now than on the eve of the holidays. Goods displayed Stocks are! complete and prices as low as they will be thrcv weeks hence. Clerks -Store employes have more t(rae, not being' set tired out can give customer better serv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 December 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTON, ILLINOIS. EECORD IS NOT CLEAN FACTS CONCERNING COLORED REGIMENT RECENTLY FIRED. It la Found that the SiSth Once "Shot Vp" Town of Fort Sturgla, S. D. . Dorlnr'x Miwtake Kill Ten Filipinos In PriHon. The War Department ia preparing for an investigation by Congress o the ease of the companies of the Twenty-fifth infantry recently discharged without fconor by ordrr of President Roosevelt, and to this end has compiled a record of negro troops dating back to the Civil War. It is said that this record discloses a state of affairs not generally known, ana that once before at least the Twenty-fifth infantry "shot up a town." The affair happened in 1885 at Fort Sturgis. S. T). Some of the negro soldiers went on a rampage similar to that at , Brownsville, Texas., and one of their ' number 'killed a citizen. In that case, however, the citizens took the matter into their own hands, forced the troopers under pain of death to disclose the name...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 December 1906

'To the Senate and House of Represent As a nation we still continue to enjoy II IN JJ1ULMIJ1C lliUL U1II.T irinu ao i-ix . tion nud disregard of legitimate business .I.J ..1. . -C .1... I ...1.1 metUUUS Oil U10 part Ul Hie Ullmi:s wvww yun mntoriiillv mnr this nrosnoritV. Xo Congress in our time has done more good work of importance than the present Congress. There were several matters lift unfinished at your last session, however, which I most earnestly hope you -ii i L - ri;.i.n,ttr,t win complete ueiure yuui nnjuuiiiu.i ftaiiinnlirn rimitrllintionS. I again recommend a law prohibiting .4111 corporations irum couinuuuixii, -v Individuals contribute as they desire ; but i 'i . t. c....l.:,.n all let us prouioit in eneuuve ia.nnvu corporations from making contributions lor any political purpose, outtuj " "" The Government' RlKht to Appeal A bill which has passed one nouse of the Congress and which it is urgently J nn nnnnfrofi intA loW .that conferring upon the government the rignt ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 December 1906

rj?-5 99 99 99 99 99999999 9 99 999 9v9 99 9 9 9- 99 99 99 99 9 SA B. COUNTlPiMAN a C o v to Hi DIXON'S BIGGEST STORE, DIXON, ILLINOIS. IOO Room Size Rug's to Select From 200 Fine Palmer Cloaks to Select From t We 5how Larg'e Line of Furs from 98 Cents Up. s JJJ JUST A HINT J (ft Best Tennis Flannel all stores sell lOc to 12c at 7cents ; Children's Black Hose we sell 7c a pair, 4 pairs for 25c it) IO Bars Good Laundry Soap for 25 cents. WW $1000.00 Worth New HAUILAND CHINA, i .V? Vi ! ' iti Mi Christ IDEAL istmas uirts I know von are anxious about what to buy for Christmas presents (every one is.) The idea of giving- useful presents is now the rule. I run sure you can select a useful present from the following- list of articles. I3nt first let me mention one article that will gladden the heart of any housewife; and is surely a labor and step saver it is a Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet. - Any of the Following List fill Also Make Useful Presents. Ann Chairs Library Suites Bed Room Chairs Li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 December 1906

J Lisk Enamel ..Roasters.... .I'1' """ "" IIHMIWHHIIIIHHIIH, SOty People Jl re Doing, Ladie3 Underwear at Huethers fancy packages Positively the best Roaster made. It's self basting. As easy to wash us as a china dish and never rusts. It will make tough meat tender and there is no waste from shrinkage. Warranted for Ten Years. ...Bmd Mixers.... Will make bread making easy, we have' them in three sizes $1.50 and up. We can furnish you with' paper for covering storm doors. MOORE GLENN, ASHTOrJ, ILLINOIS. A HOT IRON ln A COLD $ HANDLE $ 151 J The Asbestos Sad Irons are THE iron?, attractive and satisfactory to the user. The Blue Bell Ball Bearing i Wringer nas Deen moroug my tested by our customers and all g pronounce it the best for the g price asked. You can take one p home and use it 30 days on trial A Charters Store. Eyestrain EYES 5 EI lb. a uses 80 per cent of -called eye diseases and health generally. f V. liv? liectiuse they exhaust the ti rve Miifiijly. producing pains ;'. out...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 December 1906

BREAKS MIXES AND SAVES L.IVES Yonnit llllnol Telea-ranlier Avert a Wreck by Iicnorlng Order. The eagerness of Clay Held, a boy telegrapher near Belleville, to learn his profession thoroughly and his refusal to le Jrjuud bv precedent in the face ol emergfacy prevented a serious wreck on the Southern railroad. Sitting at his key listening to train dispatches and watch ing the progress of a meat train and a coal train, one going east and the other west, he suddenly discovered that there had been a mistake in orders and that his lonely station was the last one between the two trains rushing toward eacn otner. Eeid knew the only way to stop the trains was to na and stOD them, even if orders did forbid his deserting his post. Grabbing two red lanterns, he ran up the track 300 yards and set them between the rails. Then he ran to meet the other train, which he could hear approaching. The trains came to a halt with the en gines within 200 yards of each other. CHURCH ACCOUNTS ARE SHORT, Mlasi...

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