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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 November 1905

Fhe ashto Gazette. VOL. XI. NO. 37. ACCEPTS THE C. & N. W. OFFER city Council Votes Unanimously To Accept Railway Co's Ofler of Aid In Fire Protection COMMITTEE GIVEN POWER TO ACT Council Hnrs Petition "4 Complaints-Talk Over Street Llihtlsf Question In Reference o Patrons of the Plnnt. The regular monthly meeting of the city council was held Monday evening at the city hall and all members were present. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved by the board, and the usual number of bills were allowed and ordered paid, a petition was read from each John Erhard and II. F. Kersten asking for gas and a motion was made and passed that the petition be srranted. A committee of the fire depart ment was present, consisting ol N A. Petrie chairman, W. D. Hartzell and J. H. Byers, to confer with the council, over the rer,( the Chicago & cent uuti - -Northwestern for fire protection In making his report Mr. Pctne stated the offer of the railway officials and...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 November 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. MAY BUILD BIO .SHIPS INCREASE IN SIZE OF WARSHIPS BEING CONSIDERED. Crnrrul Ilonrd of Jiavy .Fa vara Snrh n Cniirio in OrIer thnt Larger Cianx May Be Inittnlleil Cleveland Mnrderer KIIIn Himself. The sentiment among naval officials in favor of larger warships with increased gun power wyll, it is expected,. result in an appeal to -Wangress to .increase the tonnage of the two battleships authorized by the act of March last to 18,OtH) tons. The general board of the navy, of which Admiral Dewey is at the head, has submitted to Secretary Bonaparte a recommendation for a naval increase prpgfaim The .Secretary now lias the. subject under consideration. It la understood the general board has recommended the construction of battleships of greater tonnage than any yet projected for the American navy. One of the principal objects aimed1 at by the advocates of bigger battleships is the Installation of relatively more of the largest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 November 1905

.'if r STATE MAT CONDEMN LAND. JNo Seasonable Fig-nre Placed on Saprtmt Court Building Site. The )fcommissiohers who were appointed to provide for the erection of the hew Supreme Court building in Springfield ore in trouble. They have decided to Idcale the building near the canitol and the announcement o their determination lias had the effect of .so increasing .the Aalue it prospective sites in the neighborhood that it is not possible to get a ffensontfble quotation on real estate thereabouts;. "One would think," said Secretary aj State Rose, "that someone had trucked gold mine in the immediate, vicinity; ;6f the statehouse. I think the "best thing for the commissioners to do is to give the land owners a chance to do n little prospecting and then, when hey find that there is nothing more valuable under the land than the coal, per; taps we can-get a reasonable quotation; If they refuse to make a reasonable price the State Is not without its remedy. 1 Si as a piece of land of its own...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 November 1905

ft THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED KVEHY 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. 66. THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 1905. The Illinois Central. Whether the opinion of the Attorney General that the Illinois Central Railroad Company owes the Estate many millions back taxes is worth the paper it is written on, or will result in a transfer of a large part of the railroad's surolus to the state exchequer, is a dubious question which may safely be left to the decision of the courts. But that the charter under which the railroad was builtDand has grown to be the prosperous institution it is has proved a profitable invest merit for the people of Illinois and for the railroad companydoes not admit of any question Under that charter since 1855 the Illinois Central has paid in to the state treasury $22,730,529, Beginning with $29,751 in 1855 the n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 November 1905

What People lire Dcing. DOC Jin. m TALK Perhaps you have bought clothes in one store all your lif and as you say have been fairly- well satisfied. But did you ever think there might be better clothes than the kind you have been buying-? This is an age of progress and the world moves so fast we are unconcious of its advancement. We believe we sell better clothes than other stores and think that we can convince you that we do. You do yourself an injustice when you buy clothes before seeing those sold at this store. Suits $8.00 to 25.00 Overcoats $6.50 to 35.00 Fur Coats $10.00 to 65.00. In Our Huq Department We are selling 9 z 12 brussels, room size for nly $13.85. This is but one of scores of bargains, We are opening the largest line of new Furniture for the winter season's trade ever on our floors. Ready for you by Nov. 10. Bear in mind that we meet all mail order house prices and jin addition to delivering tfgB,itittW"Tt5fyuft6''w(i' nave juu uiuiiel dim lftiunia I2ew Up'tcdate Goo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 November 1905

.,...r.c,.r,He,.wiNpa.,;. . ,. r ...... !r7hen sluggish lags my pulse, I plead The grjrous North will rouse and blow, CWrlfeg the far horizon's blur, Starting the rune-chant of the fir, Ami banging for mine earnest need The facing tonic of the snow. ;i When1 "v incline to dreams, and fain, With; half-shut lids, would lounge and ' " -, This boughs swing langorously atfbve Tq'4ow, thrush-litanies of loje,- .. And rrftples goldenly the grain. The Ifouth for me, the South for me; '.1 1 When Jelaneholy suits my mood, 1 lonWjto list, 'mid lapsing leaves,. ' The' misty East discourse" of pain In'its thin minor, and the rahi,; With fnjcient sorrowing imbued, Makiplaintive patter round the eaves. And wMn the pilgrim zest is strong For' nracKihed pathways mounting b?h t Aldfig thshill stores', to the' crest, Thifoi would I have the ardent West Fling mS hls-b,ueyn welcome song, Toss , me his old ecstatic cry. 6o withthe veering winds that sweep The empyrean I am one; Feeing close kinship unto ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 November 1905

i, UNCLE SAM "A Remedy That Has ajSS. v'.- SucA Endorsements Should ctSLsNi. J Be in Every Home." ". j UNCLE SAM "A Remedy That Has Such Endorsements Should Be In Every Home." 1 ' Election Returns That W. L. Douglas 3JO&$3.ooSHOES5or W. L. Douglas $4.00 Cilt Edge Line cannot do equalled at any price. W.L.DOUGLAS MAKES AND SELLS MOKt MtHS SX.6U SHOES THAN AMY OTHER MANUFACTURER. VI 0 nnfl REWARD to inyone who can .' aPlUjUUU disprove this statement. W. t. Douglas $3.50 ahoes have by their ex. cedent style, easy fitting, and superiorwearlng qualities, achieved the largest sale ol any $3.50 hoe In the world. They are lust as good as those that cost you $5.00 to $7.00 the only difference Is the price. If I could take you into any factory at Brockton, Mass., the largest In the world under one roof making men's fine shoes, and show you the care with which every pair of Douglas shoes is made, you would realize - why W. L, Douelas $3.50 shoes are the best ahoes produced In the w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 9 November 1905

IN, Reliable Merchandise At All Times. C3 Leading Dry Goods House in 3 Counties. ROCHELIJ IE, ILLINOIS. ter Opening'. :jsr Fall & rinK efnnVa -ro-Arfi nfiver more complete of me chandise selected to meet all Fall and Winter requirements. Recent remodeling and eil addition of New Departments, among wM Pn-RTT-RRs. Waists. Underwear, and 4 larerement of our store room have Dermitted the oh are Cloaks. Skirts. Rugs. Lace Curtains. liable us to disnlav this immense stock to much Jmplete with everything new and desirable. better advantage. Each department ccf i AM G. W 4 Win CloaKs Never in the history of this been so complete Latest isiure nan uui iiuaiv V4 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 and workmanship. Fox scarfs, both Sable and Is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 November 1905

1 The ashton Gazette. ML. XI. NO. 38. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 559. MRS. JOHNSON DIED SATURDAY Airs. Clinton Johnson Expires Saturday Noon at Her Home North of City FUNERAL HELD MONDAY FROM M. E. CHURCH Remains of Joseph Sutlers Arrived Sunday Mornlni-Funcral Held lnthe Afternoon from Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John MacKay wrs born at Taylor north of Franklin Grove, 111., on March, 9th 1862, and passed away at her home three miles north east of Ashton at noon on Saturday last, November 11th, aged 43 years 8 months and 2 days. Before she had reached her twenty-first birthday she was joined in marriage with Mr. Clinton Johnson of her own vicinity and after a few years moved to the home whence she passed away. Two children came to grace their home, Irvin now some twenty-one years of age and Clarence twelve. One brother onlv of her father's family re mains, Mr. William Mac Kay residing near Light House. Mrs. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 November 1905

THE ASHTOM GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. POSTERITY OE KING, CHICAGO MAN WILL CLAIM IN HERITANCE IN ENGLAND. Jamca 1.. Ord In Prepared n Saaw He la Deavendrd fom Grornc IV and Mm. Fishprbert St. Laniaana Fear Scwaoal Revelatlaaa. James I Ord of Chicago announces that he is prepared to claim as the great Krandson of King Georg IV. f Eng land, anil Mrs. Maria Smyth Fitzher- bert, a share in the $125,000,000 estate. title in which was declared valid upon the opening of old papers 3n Courts bank, London, the other day, und the proving of the marriage between tli king and his sweetheart. The Ord family asserts that one son was born of the marriage of King Gorge and Mrs. Fitzberbert, but this fact was concealed, the on coming to this country in 1810 and assuming the name, James Ord, of friend of his mother's. He married and f his seven children John S. Ord, now living at Santa Cruz, Ca1, is the sole urvivor. John S. Ord has two sons, James L. of Chicago and an elder ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 November 1905

MISSING FUNDS TUHN UP. JFeoria Schools Mny Recover the - otiBh?rly Defalcation in Full. The investigation into the affairs of former School Superintendent Dougherty if Peoria' indicates that the school -fund, which was believed at first to be ji total loss, may be recovered in its .entirety. Some ?!10,000 of the fund, -which was reported missing, has just turned up in the form of real estate. Another item which led to confusion and the swelling of the grand total of the .Alleged defalcation was one dealing with the income derived from the lands in .question. Some $3,400 had been eollect--eil as rents from this fund, but it appears that it was turned into the district fund and not into the township account. "There wan also a cash item of $150 held .us part of the principal of the township fund. The total makes Peoria's schools :!K.150 better off than tley thought they 'were when Dougherty was arrested and lie may be able to explain away much of the remainder. Assuming the correctness...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 November 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months $1.00 .SO - .25 .Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1905. Novelty neckwear at W. B. Huether's. . Some new ten cent novels at tne Gazette Book Store. Ray Jennings left Tuesday morning for Indianapolis on a - business trip. Mrs. Vickers is having- the Fairchild building fixed up and will then move her millinery store there. ITound A Valise. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for notice. Call at this office. John Beahen came up from Dixon Tuesday to assist in removing the rest of their household goods to Dixon. John Greve and family have moved from the Griffith property, purchased by Mr. Reed, to the Fell property, north of the Methodist church. Wesley Beach has purchased the propertv owned by Mrs. Cable and will erect a residence. It is reported Mrs. Cable will...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 November 1905

1 1 m 17. AND lis. ITT Eixoa Illinois. Clothes That Are Different There is always something different about the Clothes sold at this store: Just a little longer coat, a lapel wider and shaped somewhat out of the ordinary ; Deeper vents in side or center; shoulders that drop a little more; a form fitting coat that curves gracefully into the waist; the vest is double breasted, and the pants cut in abruptly over shoes in fact there is a mark of exclusiveness about these , Clothes at once recognized. ' PRICE 510.00 to $25.00 What People m mwmwmBmii.wBmMBMimwwKwwm Sweaterettes at Huethek's. C, lie lies was a caller in Dixon Tuesday. Joe Gooch of Dixon was here Saturday. at the IH1 imtarnmam paper O ir nivj' new f ill and holiday line of Turniture, Hugs, Curtains etc. is ni.w on the floor. Car Loads of Turniture crxtif in ilurin N' th.a past two weeks and the finest and l.irir ' assort nont in Jais and adjoining counties is now at vnu.r..l ,sii.tS.iJ,.liiT'.'. , , 1 ' 11 r 1 11 ' .'II 1 O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 November 1905

bON-l MAKE WRINKLES DEEPER, Is father's eyesight growing dim, His form a little lower? Is mother's hair a little gra-, Her step n little slower? Is life's hill growing hard to climb? Mnke not their pathway steeper: ISimmtli out the furrows on their brows. Uh. do not make them deeper. Thorp's nothing makes a face so yoims As joy, youth' fairest token; Ami nothing makes a face grow old Like hearts that have been broken Take heed lest deeds of thine should make Thy mother be a weeper. Stump peace upon a father's brow, Don't make the wrinkles deeper. In doubtful pathways do not go, Re tempted not to wander; Grieve not the hearts that love you so, But make their love grow fonder. Much have thy parents borne for thee, Be now their tender keeper; And let them lean upon thy love. Don't make the wrinkles deeper. Be lavish with thy loving deeds, Be patient, true and tender; And make the path that ageward leads Aglow with earthly splendor. Some day thy dear ones, stricken low, Must yield to De...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 November 1905

A TRULY IDEAL WIFE HER HUSBAND'S BEST HELPER Vigorous Health Is the Groat Source of the Power to Inspire and Encourage -All Women Should Seek It. One of the most noted, successful and richest men of this century, in a recent article, has said, " Whatever I am and whatever success I have attained in this world I owe all to my wife. From the day I first knew her she has been an Inspiration, and the greatest helpmate of my life." To be such a successful wife, to retain the love and admiration of her husband, to inspire him to make the most of himself, should be a woman's constant study. If a woman finds that her energies are Sagging, that she gets easily tired, dark shadows appear under her eyes, he has backache, headaches, bearingdown pains, nervousness, whites, irregularities or the blues, she should start at once to build up her system by a tonic with specific powers, such as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Following we publish by request a letter from a young wife : Dear Mrs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 16 November 1905

- 1 Ve Leading Dry Goods House in S Counties. W M AX m1 VV JlliP ill iilwlN At All Times. ROCTTETjTj iC, ILLHSTOIS. ler Opening'. Fall & Win 4 4 f 4 4 m m m m m m I I I I i f IMJA T WW Our stocks were never more complete of mer requirements. Recent remodeling and en Portiers, Waists, Underwear, and ei V. A inn -vl r-irA 4-r moot oil T7ol1 o n A "T7"i irf o T" krgement of our store room have permitted the ru .nTATra CJ-rrT-r-mci DTTftQ T A rimflTTTsrp A tatq iable us to display this immense stock to much PORTIEBS, WAISTS, UNDERWEAR, and eflapie us to display ims immense stops to better advantage. Each department complete with everything new and desirable. CloaKs Never in the history of this rtment been so complete. Latest styles, lowest prices ranging- from S5.00 to $50.00. Ask to see the best $12 cloak on earth. Purchase while the assortment is good, 65,000 stock to select from. Furs Low priced reliable all kinds all styles. Each piece carefully selected and must be abso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 November 1905

he ashton Gazette. A8HT0N.ILLIN0IS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 560. vol. XI. NO. 39. ARTHUR 6. HARRIS FOR COUNTY JUDGE MERCHANTS EN- ; JOY A GOOD Well Known Dixon Attorney Announces His CandUacy for the County Jndgeshlp IS INDORSED BY PROMINENT MEN His a Lane Stroni Aajuatntance All Over the County. Who Will Lead An An reailve Flht to Give Their Chosen Friend High Hoiors. siding here for two years they removed to Sedalia Mo., where deceased united with the Congregational church where she held her membership until the day of her death. They returned toOdell, in 1898, after having resided in St. Louis, Mo., for some time, where they have since resided. Deceased was an active mem- orchestra each week on I uesilay enig Jea.dtng he. Ash ton orchestra on Monday evening. His fame then spread on to Lee where he leads another large orchestra on Wednesday. Mr. Daehler returns to his home in Dixon Thursday evening, giving him the last two days of the week in which to give lesson...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 November 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOI& KINGS TARS ARE LEFT WOT ALLOWED TO RETURN TO THEIR SHIPS. EuKli'h Son in c ii Who Ilnd Ovcr- , tn.v-l Sliurc lcnvf An- I)liiilf1 from Prliu-i- I, on!' S.niiulr n Ife-iiiii(-i Woman Ilroivuj 1 1 cruel f. About 200 sailors from iho British squadron commanded by Prince Imis f liaUenberg were mising from their ships when tlip siiiiulro!i made ready to nil from New York. Several of those who had overstayed tlieir leavi; were, turned away when they trio;! to. board Jheir ships.-., As,, it was yitluii few liours of the Hoot's sailing time, when tbey made .. tlieir belated .appearance Ihc officers treated ihem as, deserters, refusing to' let them step n hoard. The officers su id tliey were willing to lose these men on the .principle that they are worth-; less and their loss a Rood riddance. Many f tlie rejected sailors wept. Tlieir unicornis in some eases had been taken from them in Bowery resorts and they had spent ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 November 1905

ILLINOIS STATE NEWS OVERNOn SETS THANKSGIVING. l)eslicnates Nov. 80 as Day to Show Gratitude for Favor. Governor Deneen has issued his first Thanksgiving proclamation as follows: "In conformity with a praiseworthy custom, which has become au unwritten law In onr country, and in remembrance of the beneets with which we have been favored by a bountiful Providence, 1, Charles S. Deneen, Governor of the State of Illinois, do hereby designate Thursday, Nov. 30, lf05. as a day of imUlic Thanksgiving. The closing days of the year 'find us surrounded with blessings. The season has been a propitious one. Our fields and mines and factories have yielded bountiful harvests. Our avenues of commerce are glutted -with our products. Our people are busy and contented. The public conscience lias been quickened and old abuses are Veins exposed and rectified. Our country is at peace with other nations and lias taken the foremost part in establishing peace throughout the world. For these many blessings ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 November 1905

FT y Big Molid&y fTariniMuare Sale ! sai if I 1; d 'ivfj :.uu"vvvv New Goods Bfow m ispl&yv Late shipments of Pine Furniture have been received and placed on our sales-floors, making our display the greatest and completest to be found in Lee County. It is replete with novelties which cannot be seen in the; average Furniture establishment and you can have as good an assortment and as cheap in price as you would in some big city. Iron Beds. This Bed is one of our latest fall designs, made of extra heavy tubing and fillings and are elegantly finished. Has numerous heavy chills with abundance of carving, giving the bed a very artistic appearance. Prices High Grade Pianos. $1.75 to 75.00 K " 1 I 1 - .ffffv.f jwyjrr.T7TiJi - ... & t. : fit? -pi h f y.r ' 1 - ... r . T. f-ft? 1 ir 1 rii 11 r- ii 1 J- i rf fesf Gasp. When you are tired at evening and want to read, a Morris Chair is the best place to spend a quiet restful evening. We have latest designs an...

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