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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 October 1905

JTHE as Gazette VOL. XI. NO. 35. ASHTOtf.ILLINOIS, THUKSJJAY, OCTOBER 26, 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 556. HTO! 4 1 i .I v - TO BETTER THE FIRE PROTECTION A Hose was attached to the C & N. W. Pumping Plant Monday. THE TEST WAS PLEASiNG TO THE BUSINESS MEN Water was Thrown oa top of Schuchart's Opera House and Good Fire Protectioa Stems Assured Fire Company to Meet October 31stFor several months past the question of the fire protection has been discussed by both the village council and citizens in general. Since the Chicago & Northwestern Railway erected their fine pumping plant here, the matter of connecting hose for fire protection has been discussed from every standpoint. Several men have talked with the officials of the railroad and they have expressed themselves, as being willing to allow the city to attach a hose for fire purposes. The railway are always very willing to dq all in their power to aid in fighting fires as they have considerable property'that some ti...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 October 1905

THE ASHT01M GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, PubllsR'r. ASHTON, i ILLINOIS. fiUSSIANS ON STftlKE. RAILWAY TRAFFIC IS PARALYZED. NEARLY sounds a Rate law call. Disturbance la Part of Plan to Force Emperor to Grant Universal SuffrageCashier of St. Louis Postoffice Is Arrested for Embezzlement. The railroad strike situation in Russia shows no signs of amelioration. Traffic across the central belt is paralyzed, while a general strike, which broke out t Kharkoff, has cut off communication Jn another great section of the empire. Kharkoff is the most Important railroad center in southern Russia. The strike affects ainung others the line to the Donetz coal region, on which Russia largely depended for fuel during the crisis in the oil regions, and the line to Odessa and Sebastopol. Moscow is isolated, except the line to St. IVtersburg, while the capital has one International hub open 10 rsernn. 'me strike is part there are some big shippers and some " " scueuie 01 xn social demo- railroad managers wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 October 1905

ILLINOIS S VOTE FR AUB INDICTMENTS FOUND Conspiracy Charge la Made Against Six Men In Bills by Grand Jury, Indictments charging conspiracy to detent he administration of public justice were returned in Joliet by the grand jury which has been engaged iu an investigation of the ballot fraud cases for the hist month against three men, one of the three and four others being at the same time indicted as confidence men, or swindlers. Included in the Indictment charging conspiracy are three more men, described as "unknown" ti the grand jury, but who, it is believed, will be ar rested in a few days. The indictments are the seauel to the discovery of chang ed ballot! at the city election April 18, when charges of fraud were raised by the friends of Mayor William C. Crolius, who was seeking re-election over Richard J. Barr, but wa3 defeated on the face of the returns by 110 plurality CroIiiiR already is under indictment, charged with interference with voters at the aldermanic election last ye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 October 1905

.1 V i, i. M 959595959595959595959SC95959595&959S93959595tfb 93 93 S3 93 93 f3 93 93 $3 93 95 S3 S3 95 93 95 93 93 93 93 a 93 93 93 93 93 93 93 95 Yd) (nrnVe) 111 VI I LJ J'"J 0 D II II If M MANUFACTURER'S nil nm i OF THE CELEBRATED HOBART M. GABLE PIANOS r 93 93 93 J a ? $5 93 95 A TO BE HELD IN THESTRUBE BUILDING, AT ON, INOIS. Breaking all previous Records of Rapid Piano Selling in Lee County. Every Prospective Buyer who attended THEO. J. . MILLER'S TEN DAY FACTORY PRICE SALE AT DIXON, Sept. 6 to 16, TOOK ADVANTAGE OF THIS MONEY SAVING EVENT AND PURCHASED A PIANO OR ORGAN. 95 EASY TERM5 FACTORY PRICES 95 95 93 95 MR. H. L. GOODROW, factory representative for the Hobart' M. Cable Co. who conducted the sale at Dixon is here. eMeet him or yoe may regret it. 95 This largest line or High u-raae Pianos ever receivea m .Lee uounty, was personally selected by Mr. Miller at the factory 01 the makers, and shipped here direct. Every piano is an artistic gem. Your opportunity NOW...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 October 1905

iff Hi m Hh First Ajmiuji&I Cleariogf $a!e. This week closes our first year's business in handling piaLnos and organs. Our first year's business has been fully up to our expectations and trust it will be a criterion toj our future business. We handle three of the best makes' oi pianos eyer put on the market, .'' Schumann, Hamilton and Howard. We wish to call special attention to a piano that is above criticism. It is an instrument in which the very highest quality of materials are used, including the imported 'wire felt and hammers. Only the finest veneers and the best quality of varnishes are permitted to be used and only men of a life long experience are permitted to work in the factories where no others are made than the World Renowned scrajM PIANOS. Hi TESTIMONIALS! ! The opinions of Foreign Artists are often sold to the highest bidder TESTIMONIALS!! The best judge of an American piano is the American citizen who uses it through all the different seasons and climatic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 October 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 6S. THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1905. Mrs. A. Nevitt of Hampshire, Illinois visited here last week. H. C. Beach of Rockford was a business caller in town Friday. Robert Guy and wife went to Batavia Fridav to visit with their son. Jack Cheetham of DeKalb was here this last week painting signs. Wm. Shottenkirk shipped a carload of hog-3 to Chicago Thursday night. Rev. W. A. Schutte, Presiding elder of the Evangelical church was here Friday evening and preached at the Ashton church. S. D. Lippert received a telegram Monday evening, informing him of the death of his mother at Travistock, Ontario. On Thursday evening Henry Vaupel Jr. carried a 100 pound sack of sugar for a distance of six blocks, on a "wager. A Judlrlmn Inquiry. A well known traveling man who v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 October 1905

MHn What People Jim Doing. 1 Willi ilmlntf to mk this a stor whr not only tho beat clotHoa mrm aold wo war also caraful to croato a price mtk tntf powar that would randar 4ha purchase of rfood clothas possible to wb the closest and most economical buyer. Specials in Men's Suits $8.00 to $10.00 1 These are the prices we are selling two lots of men's all wool suits recently closed out from the manufacturers and worth from $12.00 to 1500. Suits and Overcoats $10.00 to $16.00 This range of prices gives you a selection from a tine of suits and overcoats that have the backing and guarantee of this store; it is an array of styles and patterns seldom shown from $10.00 to 15.00. Suits and Qvercoats $16.50 to $25.00. 1 At the above quoted prices we offer you the best clothes there is ' to be had and beyond doubt the greatest assortment of high-grade clothes ever exhibited in Dixon or adjacent cities. This is the line of suits and overcoats that has given this store the reputation for good clo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 October 1905

The man who always TRiEb. Whatever your ambition, lad, However high the prize. It mastery may yet be had By him who always tries. Does Fortune with a roseal view Foretokea fair emprise? The dreamer's fancy may pursue The plodder wins who tries. Would you attain to Learning's lore. And be esteemed wise? By patient labor grows the store Of him who always tries. it Fancy strew the flowers of hope In beauty 'neath your eyes, The summit of her shining slope Remains for him who tries. Though Truth appear In homely gray, Her counsel neer despise; Che will be clad in light, one day, To honor him who tries'. Success Magazine. I IN WITH 1 Still S3 B watched the strong, athletic figure as It swung from side to side, with something like admir ation in his lazy eyes. "Jove!" he muttered, "the fellow does it in good form. After all, these American peasants working people, I mean are superior to our English. If that chap were on horseback now, in a ttunting costume, or at a reception in dress suit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 October 1905

Tized, Neivous Mothers MaKe Unhappy Homes Their Condition Irritates Both Husband and Children How Thousands of Mothers Have Been Saved From Nervous Prostration and Made Strong and WelL f' .IIBew. Mrs. Chester Curry "fej Mrs. Chas. Fgrawn A nervous, irritable mother, often on ' he verge of hysterica, is unfit to care for children ; it ruins a child's disposi tion and reacts upon herself, ine trouble between children and their Bothers too often is due to the fact that the mother has some female weak- Bees, and she is entirely unfit to boar the strain upon tier nerves tnat governing children involves; it is impossible lor her to do anvtmnir calmly. The ills of women act like a firebrand Vpon the nerves, consequently ninetenths of the nervous prostration, nervous despondency, "the blues," sleeplessness, and nervous irritability of women arise from some derangement Of the female organism. . Do you experience fits of depression With restlessness, alternating with extreme irritability? Are...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 26 October 1905

E6e Leading Dry Goods House in 3 Counties. G. W. HAMILIN, nOCHELtE, ILLINOIS. Reliable Merchandise At All Times. Fall hk Winter Opening'.1 Our stocks were never more complete of merchandise selected to meet all Fall and "Winter requirements. Recent remodeling and enlargement of our store room have permitted the addition of New Departments, among which are Cloaks, Skirts, Rug-s,Lace Curtains, Portiers, Waists, Underwear, and enable us to display this immense stock to much better advantage. Each department complete with everything new and desirable. CloaKs Never in the history of this store has our cloak department been so complete. Latest styles, lowest prices ranging from $5.00 to $50.00. Ask to see the best $12 cloak on earth. Purchase while the assortment is good, $5,000 stock to select from. Furs Low priced reliable all kinds all styles. Each piece carefully selected and must be absolutely right in quality ami workmanship. Fox carfs, both Sable and Isa bella Blend Prrme skins. $5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 November 1905

The ashtg p i TtS V )L. XI. NO. 3G. ASMTON.ILLLNOIS, TIIUK AY, NOVEMBER 2. 1905 WHOLE NUMBEK 557. THE PIANO SALE IS NEARING END Theo. J. Miller's Great Factory Price Sale Closes Saturday Evening at ten o'Clock after Successful Run Attended fcy Many Out of Town Purchasers Who Buy for Holiday Delivery. Saturday evening ends the most remarkable sale of pianos ever held in this county. Many homes have been made 'musical and happy on account of the factory price sale of Ilobarl M. Cable pianos and other high grade instruments. The Theo. Miller music house of Dixon and the Ilobart M. Cable Co. have certainly favored our people in soiling "them these fine instruments at factory prices and easy terms, and it is needless to saythat they appreciate this oppor tunity, iron: the :rany expres-i sions of satisfaction heard from ach purchaser. Several more fine sales were made to out of town purchasers, who came many miles to take advantage of this sale. Several duplicate orders -were taken for ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 November 1905

THE CAPTAIN "Fore oil, YOUR MAJESTY." THE ASHTON GAZETTE THRONE IN PERIL RUSSIA NOW FREE RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. Czar's Array in Revolt and Ready Emperor Nicholas II. Grants His Subjects Liberty. to Battle for Liberty. DIE IN TRAIN WRECK. THIRTEEN PERSONS KILLED AND THIRTY-THREE INJURED. . California Limited on Santa Fe Road Thrown from Rails Near Kansas City nvestisators Will Probe New York Fire Insurance Companies. The Santa Fe passenger train Xo. 1 from Chicago, was wrecked near Sheffield, five miles east of Kansas City The number of killed is given as thirteeu persons, while more than thirty other persons are said to have been injured. The injured will be brought to Kansas City. The wreck occurred at what is known as Hock creek, where the Santa Fe tracks cross the tracks of the Missouri Pacific on a trestle. It is stated that the train struck a broken rail and that the entire train went down the em banknient. The wrecked train was- one of the heaviest and fas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 November 1905

VKTOES RESURRECTED BILL. 'Queer Legislative Tangle Shown by Governor Ueneen'n Action. Another "bull" attending the rush which attended the closing days of the Jute Legislature came to light the other day when Gov. Deneen formally vetoed o hill which wns designed to amend that Incomprehensible bundle of statutes known under the general title of the road nd bridge law. The bill was a measure introduced in the upper branch of the Ascnibl,v by Senator Humphrey and undertook to change the manner of taking .appeals in road and bridge cases. It insed the Senate without opposition Ami received more than ninety votes in the House, but the record of the last named body contaiued the erroneous statement that it had failed and it was returned to the Secretary of State along with the unpassed bills. Recently the jiiistilke was discovered, for the roll call M as a part of the record, and in checking it up the mistake in the body of the report was made apparent. Senator Humphrey thereupon undertoo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 November 1905

jl ..I' ,- . r i I Iff 0 m 0) W mMVrN 1 I THEO. J. ; MILLER'S I m - : . th lO o'clock P. M. V; I . Closes Saturday, November 4 i f , Breaking All Previous Records of Rapid' Piano Selling1. BUYER who has attended tlris sale ecure Your Piano EVERY PROSPECTIVE PURCHASED. W5f' for the Holidays' iMow. EASY TERMS! STRUBE Building, Ashton, 111. FACTORY (PRICES! Everyone Welcome And.rNo One Urged To Buy. PLAIN FIGURES' m m m Open Evenings. All Factory Prices Positively Void After Saturday P. M. In DIXON'S OLDEST Mr3.J. -fe.-iaf vdr- andriaua h UJljat People Jin U0tng. ter r went to Nachusa Fridajr . mnfMIIIr J. J. Thome of Dixon was liere Thursday. Mac Lyon visited friends in morning to visit relatives. Ghas. Greve came out from ( Chitaig-o Friday morning- to visit wun relatives and friends. Franklin Grove Saturday. Win. Wiener was a business caller in Kochelle Thursday. C. A. Burnhain transacted business in Nebraska last week. W. A. Hunt and Geo. R. Char ters were in Dixon Thursday. Mrs. D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 November 1905

w m m IS SATURDAY. B il ii iO Hi Hi Hi So far our our First Annual Clearing Sale has been a grand success and we are selling pianos faster than we nan get them shipped in. The first few days of our sale $re sold duplicate of our entire stock, and have been compelled to place a large order with the factory. . The Schumann Piano is one that is with out fault. Now is the time to buy a piano for remember our - j m OUR CLEARING SAL 9 Sale Positively Closes Saturday 10 P. M. Besides the Schumann Pianos we handle two other kinds, namely, Howard and Hamilton, the tone of a good instrument; you will not be urged to buy. ' Come in and hear fix m r m m TESTIMONIALS! ! 1 TESTIMONIALS ! ! The opinions of Foreign Artists are often sold to the highest bidder. The best judge of an AnuMcan piano is the American citizen who uses it through all the different seasons and climatic changes; consequently we, with pardonable pride, refer to the following sellers and users of Schumann PWnos in every section...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 November 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. A FAMOUS REMEDY LEGAL BLANKS TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. One year - $1.00 Six months, - - . . ,50 Three months - - - - .25 Entered at the postoffice in .Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 6!i. THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1905. HINTS FOR FARMERS Fattening Ewu, Ewes generally are fattened after their lambs are weaned, which should not be later than Aug. 1. Owing to hot weather and scarcity of pasture they are generally in low condition, and It Is necessary to go slowly at first, In a few days, when their milk will not trouble, try putting them on some fresh pasture. Rape is a good thing. Almost anything for a change will do good. Then begin giving a small feed of grain, corn, oats and bran or oil meal. This should be gradually in creased to one pound per day, which, If their pasture Is good, should be suf3clent. If their teeth are bud, crack the corn; don't grind It. In hot weather. If there are no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 November 1905

I GPw Peope )Mt Doing. . . I . E fell COPVR1GHT. IWS. BY - L ADL&R. BROS 4 ca Wc take as inucli interest in selling you clothes that are riyht ris you do in buying clothes that arc right. . No detail is omitted that will add to the appearance or style of garment. We look to the clothes you buy at this store to do our advertising-. Suits $IO.oo to 25.00 Overcoatc OlO.oo to E5.oo. 1 Red Tag's. Red Tag's. Annual October Sale Open Wednesday, October 4th Your greatest opportunity to secure bargains, ever within your reach FURNITURE, CARPETS, RUGS, CURTAINS, MATTINGS, LINOLEUMS, in fact everything in this mammoth stock, greatly enlarged, by special purchases made for this rcnrl the yirrs are all ftn the Ked lacfs, EVERVl HING DELIVERED FREE to your house. Come everybody. THE QUALITY, that stands out for all thats best to be had in these lines. -But you know abont that, THATS one great feature of the great growth of our business. SALE OPENS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4th. Red Tag's. Red...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 November 1905

A RIVER PASTORAL. It wns a random rhymer Ulithe-hearted an the May, Who plucked the flowering climber Along the river-way; It was the ferryman's daughter With gypsy rose and tan, Who ferried o'er the water This straying minstrel man. Her hair had purple tinting? Above her sea-shell ear; Her eyes had starry glintings; Her laugh was lyric clear. He listened and he lingered His tryst was one with Fate!) Till eve, the fairy-fingered, Had Bhut day's sunset gate. Thus oft they met thereafter, At last no more to part, For love (or was it laughter?) Had snared the rhymers heart. And now upon life's ocean The twain together float; He's captain that's his notion! But she still steers the boat! -I.ippincott's. WHEN we were first mnrrled we bought a little cottage in the midst of a pretty garden a cottage that hadjust four rooms end a garret In all; but we wanted no more. "Once the property of the late Miss Nnney Free," the real estate denier said in his circular. We did not think much about Mi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 November 1905

PARALYSIS CURED Case Seemed Hopeless but Yielded to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Mr. Kenney has actually escaped from the paralytic's fate to which he seemed a short time ago hopelessly doomed. The surprising report has been fully verified and some important details secured in a personal interview with the recent suf ferer. "The doctor," said Mr. Kenney, "told me that if I wanted to live any length of time I would have to give up work altogether, and he told nry friends that the paralysis which had begun would iu time involve my whole bod v." " Just how were you afflicted at this time I Mr. Kenney was asked. " Well, I had first hot, and then cold and clammy feelings, and at times my body felt as if needles were being stuck into it. These sensations were followed by terrible pains, and again I would have no feeling at all, but a numbness would come over me, ana X would not be able to move. The most agonizing tortures came irom Headaches and a pain in the spine. " Night after night I cou...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 2 November 1905

ns s as ttSI 26e Leading Dry Goods House in 3 Counties. Reliabls Merchandise At All Tames. HOC II 1 H LIjJi, II ,1.1 XC)!S. "7? IT ho T 1 Opening. w inner t Mil t f Our stocks were never more complete of merchandise selected to meet all Fall and Winter requirements. Recent remodeling-and enlargement of our store room have permitted the addition of New Departments, among which are Cloaks, Skirts, Rug-s, Lace Curtains, Portiers, Waists, Underwear, and enable us to display this immense stock to much better advantage. Each department complete with everything new and desirable. 4 CloaKs X-'vcr in the history of this store has our cloak department been so complete. Latest styles, lowest prices ranging' from S5.00 to 850.00. Ask to see tlie hest SI 2 cloak on earth. Purchase while the assortment is o(k1, .?), ooo slock to select from. V Ftirs Low priced reliable all kinds all styles. Each piece carefully selected and nr.ist be absolutely right in cjnalit v and workmanship. Fox scarfs, both...

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