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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 November 1905

STRATEGY OF GREAT- RAILROADS C. A N. W. Carries On Business . oalnst The 6reatest Odds WITHOUT TELEGRAPH LINES, KEEP UP PERFECT SERVICE a cenrd Ma One Can Beat For Loyalty to Emplorers-Not Single Mishap on the Entire System During the , Difficulty. The well-known writer on railroad subjects, Mr. Frank H Snearman. in his book . entitled, "The Strategy f Great Rail roads," describes the surprise of ho ftene'ral Manutref of one of the 'eastern trunk lines, on a hunting trip in the NorthWoods, who suddenly found himself on the right of way of a splendid, well-built railway Hue, apparently of a construction and equipment similar to the - New York Central or Pennsylvania, along which thundered in quick succession heavy trains of iron ore, splendid passenger equipment jirid general freight service of surprising proportions. This was the Peninsula Division of the Chicago & NorthWestern Railwa... which covers the Upper Veninsu : of Michigan including the hardw -1 ilistrict and La...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 November 1905

"When the Frost is jo n. the Pumpkin , These Goods Will Keep you Warm. a. Call for Tli ton Hoi! em at Rosecrans' f win Stores at Ash M 4 1 Ha Your feet touches the frost first so we tell you of our preparations in this line. A first. high cut gent's shoe at $2.00 is a proposition worth your attention. It is very soft and a splendid wearer. Just keep the price in mind, $2.00. Ladies'- kid shoes, new style, late last, at 11.50 ought to bring us plenty of business. They are splendid wearers, and good fitters. Our men's $1.50 shoe is afine one. A lot of ladies' shoes in small sizes a little off style at 50c a pair. A lot of children's school shoes at the same price. Our foot wear department Tis one of our strongest and you can well afford to come a long way to see some odd sizes jn men's $3.00 boots at $1.50. Have just received a lot of flannelette night wear consisting of women's, children's and men's night Robes. They are a excedtionally fine lot, but some 01 them- show slight unperfe...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 November 1905

V "1 MORE Dixon Illinois. CLOTHES TALK UMMnMMMMMMMMMMMMMMAMM What People $ An eminent clothing man who has spent many years in the business said: "To get good clothes, you must either go to a tajlor who charges from $75 to $100 foa suit or overcoat, or buy the best ready io wear clothes. The clothes sold at this store have not only all the features high priced tailors can give them but have style and individuality .cheaper tailors do not know how to produce. The clothes sold at this .store are built by the foremost -cloTheiTjmikers in the world. The price ol'jthese clothes range from $15 to $35 in men's suits and o'coats and 8.50 to 16.50 in youth's suits and o'coats. Examination; Gazette Office. paper at the XRn Doing. Our bijf new fall and holiday line of Turiiiture, JuqstXurtains etc. is now on the floor. Car Loads of Turniture come in during the past two weeks and the finest and l.iriAist asrtipt-qtjn this ar(d adipining.couQtie9 n p.y w ."at rnur lisn .s;ti here. Coino id and d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 November 1905

I'-L 'J. .' v-r TJ1E ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AMD PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERVS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year , Six months, hree months $1.00 .50 .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ash ton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 85. THURSDAY, NOV., 23, 1905. Lowden Expresses His Views. , The Des Moines, Iowa Register and Leader publishes the following1 letter from FVank O. " Lowden upon four j-ears term 'for Governor: i Upon my return west I find your recent favor. In my opinion the four-year term for governor in this state has worked admirable. I never heard any one suggest a return to a two-year term. The only improvement in this respect, upon our present practice, would be, in my opinion to make the governor ineligible for re-election. Chief executive officers, whether of the state or nation, ought to be eligible to succeed themselves. Many states including Illinois, makes custodians of public funds, such as state and county treasurers, ineligible to s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 November 1905

3: f 7. ? THE BEST OF EVERYTHING FOR CHRISTMAS, V. WE HAVE THE RIGHT THING FOR EVERY PERSON, &e RIGHT PRICE FOR EVERY PURSE, A BEAUTIFUL OF PLEASING GIFTS. ASSORTMENT Perfectly Adapted to the Wants and Requirements of Our Friends and Patrons. Everything' Fresh and Sparkling' With The Brightest New Goods of The Season. We are waiting to please you with presents that are Appropriate, Popular, Practical and in every way Desirable in the line of 11 141 is: Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware, Hand Painted China, Cut Glass. We have the variety that insures the easy satisfactory choice The field for selection is the widest, the prices are the fairest. A generous assortment, full of Quality and Merit. If you want Satisfaction and Economy in price, our Holiday stock will fill your needs. Remember our Holiday s tock gives you new ideas and supplies exactly what you want. Wen's GoteTilled Watches $9.00 These watches look exactly like Solid Gold. . They are regular size. Have an Elgi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 November 1905

IN GRATITUDE STREET. By W. M. Ilerschell. I sought for the place where Gratefulness dwelt; They Bald 'twas In Gratitude street, Kot far from the corner of Peace and Good-will, Where Faith and Hope avenues meet. A Thanksgiving Dream By Gertrude Rodermond. "I'm powerful glad to see that ar light In the window it's like the light ' Heaven in this November drizzle," nuttered the old New Englander to himelf, stretching forth a hand seamed with plow wrestling, to extricate an umbrella twisted in some bushes. Farmer Sloan had seen that light in the window for the past two years, but not until now had its real significance dawned npon him, and he sighed. ' "I wish," he mused aloud, "that I had alf the faith in that ar boy that Marthy las. Two years this Thanksgiving since e went away, an' Marthy but pshaw! 11 mothers are like that still sometimes it makes me a little shaky what If I should be mistaken after all? Now, that thar candle," gazing intently at the peek of shining light becoming l...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 November 1905

iCATARRH a mmm m m . O.s-P rum m HEAD THROA' LUNGS KIDNOS BLADDER FEMALE ORGANS " HIUHt MtH'S ma.BV SHUtS THAN ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER. (If) (Kin REWARD to anyone who can P I U.UUU disprove this statement. W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes have by their ex cellent styic, easy miing, ana superior wearim qualities, achieved the largest tale of any $i.6 shoe In the world. They are lust as rood a those that cost you $5.00 to $7.00 the only difference Is the price. II I could take you Into my factory at Brockton, Mass., the largest In the world under one root making men's fine hoes, and show you the can with which every pair of Douglas shoes U made, you would realize why W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes are tho best noes produced in tne world. If 1 could show vou the rilffarenm k.tn 4h shoes made In my factory and those of other manes, you wouia understand why Douglas $3.50 shoes cost more to make, why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and are of greater Intrinsic value than any other 3.W ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 23 November 1905

6 Leading Dry Goods House in 3 Counties. TV TT iTT f TV TT? TT TV "T Reliable . Reliable Merchandise At All Times. Wo MMlUmi, Fall h. Winter Opening'. & Our stocks were never more complete of merchandise selected to meet all Fall and Winter requirements. Recent remodeling and enlargement of our store room nave permitted the addition of New Departments, among which are Cloaks, Skirts, Rugs, 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 clonic 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 and workmanship. Fox scarfs, both Sable and I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 November 1905

SHtdM The A7FTTF Asiirox.iLLrxois, Thursday, November 30, 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 561. YOL. XI. NO. 40. G A TOURTILLOTT A CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF Well Known Southern Lee County Citizen Announces His Candidacy PETITIONS HAVE BEEN FREELY SIGNED Major Tourtlllott Is Makinia Thorough Canvass of the County ana Is Making Many Friends Where Ever He Goes. Major Albert T. Tourtillott of Sublette township, whose petitions for the office of sheriff of Lee county have been, liberally signed is a native of Lee county, having been born at his present place of residence about five miles south-west of Sublette, 46 years ago. All his life he has spent in the county except a few years in California when a boy and during the Spanish-American War in Porto Rico. Major Tourtillott inherited a taste for military life as he has several relatives with good military records. When he was only a boy, nineteen years of age he enlisted as a private and charter member of Company F of the old Fourth Regiment Uli- : 'NT.....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 November 1905

THE ASHTOM GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. ' STATE HUNTS TRUST. MINNESOTA ON TRAIL OF ELEVATOR COMBINE. Com pa i ten Which Sought to Drive Carmen' Association Oct ot Business Are Sued Under Lam Society Blackballs Son of Gould. Attorney General Young of Minnesota fcas had papers .served on the Atlantic Blevator Company of Minneapolis and Che Osborne-MeMillaa Elevator Company f Wisconsin, showing that a suit had keen begun against them in Lowry, Minn. This is the first under the anti-trust law of 1899. The defendants are charged with exercising unlawful restraint of trade in that they resorted to coercive Methods to destroy the Farmers' Elevator Association of Lowry and injure the merchants of the village who had given the rival concern support. In explaining the suit the Attorney General said that the elevator companies mentioned bad driven business to other towns by forcing down the price of wheat. To remedy this condition the residents of Jjowry started an inde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 November 1905

(RBAT A 9 A DAIRY STATE. Illinois Achievements Told to Mlsourtau. by Commissioner. The greatness of Illinois as a dairy State was told the other day in an ndlress hefnre the Missouri Dairy Association .li.v Alfred H. Jones, Illinois food -oimii!sshiner. Illinois, he snid, leads the country in the matter of dairy products. -Sit noted as he is," added Mr. Jones, "almost midway between the great oceans, Illinois has n commanding infill-enoe-in controlling the dairy markets in this empire of the middle West, and Chicago, being the empire city of all this vast country, located on Lake Michigan us she is Illinois nud Chicago, when measured by time and performance as to production and -trade of dairy products, not only as to quantity but quality, lend the markets of the civilized world. Our State university began to recognize that it was not serving all the people of the State fairly and equally; that, in fact, it was leading the boys away from the farm and the pursuits of the dairy to the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 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 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1905. rft P Political notes. 8 Amboy News: Deputy Sheriff M. J. McGowan was in town Sat turd ay in the interest of his catr didacy for sheriff of Lee county, Mr. McGowan's four years' ad ministration of the sheriff's office was highly satisfactory to the people of Lee county and for this reason he has confidence in going before them and asking for a second term. He has been an efficient party worker, sering as chairman of the republican county central committee through two presidential campaigns, those of McKinley and Roosevelt. His ability and experience we dare say is not surpassed by any incumbent of a sheriff's offiice in the state of Illinois. Rochelle Independent: Political matters in Lee county are beginning to assu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 November 1905

- jwtteiHHMMao tt rrn TTTT Tf ANIL H I munu 7t n: I c- 1 w-:; - JCSJ 11 fi ii ii ii i a-" t b ii iii t i . i w V II IwP-SZl Ii LA E II II H MnwwwHMtwiww f II y- I Bin U II II J Kl I 1 Dixon Illinois. The Best Makers of Fine Clothes Come to This Store First This store i s singled out by the foremost manufacturers of high grade clothes as the most progressive and one that sells more clothes than any store in the city. This store has the first opportunity to buy and control the sale of the representative lines of clothing sold in Dixon. It is a store known to commercial men to sell more strictly high grade clothes than t h e average store in a city the size of Dix- M On. II IS a siuic with more than a local reputation and known to use modern meth ods in the sale of clothes. Again We Say We Sell Better Clothes Because We Buy Better Clothes It's Best To bring or send in your pictures to frame early than late. Xmas is the time this kind of work is in great demand. 800 styles of framing to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 November 1905

when betty milks the cows, When frilight gilds the summer lea And daisies close their eyes to sleep, When hlveward drones the laden bee, ' And from the hedge the shadows creep ; The hour when all things sweet combine To set their seal on Nature h brow With tenderest touch the hour, divine, When Betty milks the briudled cow, The peach's blush upon her cheek, The pippin's dimple In her chin; Her eyes, clear, fountain-like, bespeak . A depth of purity within; Softer of voice than yonder dove ' That to Its mate is cooing now Tor all things yield themselves to Iots When Betty milks the brindled cow. Adown her shoulders, plump and fair ; As ever minstrel rhymed or sung, A wavy mass of golden hair , In Nature's artless beauty flung; JHer arms, a poise, of graceful mould -No artist s masterpiece, I trow, Can match the vision I behold ," When Betty milks the brindled cow. But whether In her form or face " Or twinkle in those eyes of blue, There's some bewitchment in her grace ' That thrills ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 November 1905

CONVINCING EVIDENCE That Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Will Curs Rheumatism. " People can cure themselves of a good many commou ailments tit a very small cost if they go about it the right way," said Mr. Hoar, recently. "For instance, I have just cured myself of a very painful disease. I might have begun to treat it sooner, that's all the mistake I made in the matter. But I found tho root of the difficulty and I picked out the right remedy without the aid of a doctor. " It was really all in my blood. I first felt a twinge in my left foot and ankle in the middle of luHt January, following exposure to cold. I realized I had rheumatism and I knew that really conies from bad blood. Cold simply develops it. Then my hands and feet were cold and clammy even in hot weather, and nnmb a great part of the time. I concluded that my blood was thin and poor end the circulation sluggish. "After a time my feet and ankles welled so badly that I conld only tie my shoes half way up. My legs swelled terribl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 30 November 1905

i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 i E6e Leading Dry Goods House in 3 Counties. G. W. HAMLIN, Reliable Merchandise At All Times. ROCHELLli, ILLINOIS. jg? Fall &. Winter Opening'. 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, RUGS, 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. Lates 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. $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 sca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 December 1905

VOL. XI. NO. 41. ASHTON.ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 562. TWO PASS AWAY Mrs. James Richardson Dies Sud denly at Her Home Monday Evening FUNERAL WAS HELD YESTERDAY AFTERNOON Elmer, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Nickey Dies at their Home In Chicago-Funeral Held Monday. Mrs. Mary Richardson, daughter of Edgar and Eliza Gooch was born at DaAis Town, Jo Davis Co. 111., January 6, 1857 ane passed from this life at 9:00 o'clock.on Monday evening December 4th, 1905. In the year 1860 she removed with her parents to Ashton and xcept for a period of time during which the family lived on a farm in Bradford south of town, she has continued to reside here until carried away by death. On the second day of October 1888 she was most happily united in wedlock with Mr. James Richchardson of Ashton, to which union was born one child, Gertrude who survives the mother -and who with the sorely stricken husband grieves under the burden pressing upon them in the leath of the beloyed moth...

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

THE ASHTON GAZE RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. KILLED IN A HOTEL. SEATTLE HOSTELRY SCENE ? HORRIBLE MURDER. Bastern Man, Kvidrntly Donnit for Alaska, Fonnd with Head ( raihd lij- Chambermaid Gang Which Has Robbed HaUroads Arretted. Fred Gagnon. who arrived at Seattle from the east a few days ago, is dying at the Seattle general hospital as a result of a mysterious murderous assault made upon him in a local hotel. A man turned Bell, who shared the room with Gagnon, has disappeared. (iagnon's akull is fractured and he has been unconscious from the time that he was found by a chambermaid. The bedding was saturated with blood. Among the nan's effects ilie police found a letter Cram his wife, Mary Gagnon, dated Minneapolis. In a grip were found two bank books, one on the Duluth National bank, showing a balance of $300, and one the Old National bank of Spokane, howing a balance of $44!). Gngnon's trunk contained a full outfit, for the Alaskan country and it is believed that h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 December 1905

NT ROOSEVELT'S MESSAGE rt '0 I'd the Senate and House of Representatives: The people of this country continue in enjoy great prosperity, Undoubtedly I hern will bo ebb and flow in such prosperity, and this ebb and flow will be felt more or less by all members of the community. ' A general failure of crops w.iuld hurt all of us. Again, if the folly f man mars the general well-being, then those who are innocent of the folly will have to pay part of the penally incurred by those who are guilty of the folly. A panic brought on by the speculative folly '!' part of the business community would hint the whole business community. But Hindi stoppage of welfare, though it might be severe, would not be lasting. In the long run the one vital factor in the permanent prosperity of the country is the high individual character of the average American winker, no matter whether his work be mental or manual. liether he be farmer or wage-worker, "v", tineas man or professional man. In our industrial an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 December 1905

4 .-4 Bars In Pianos FOR OUR- Christmas Patrons Genie Biriis in I 1b Ms Tra Wi. Not the 30-days Jockey "Boxes so much advertised in "Word Contests," if3 nn ni : n j.i. " i "u..i, o i " ..f j :aU 69 vtuiii vuewiUK vyuiiiests, aim ivusn ucueo, wuuoe yenui iuiiue enuo whu a "Grand Contest at Chewing the Rag," FROM DECEMBER 1 TO 25 All interested in the purchase of a Piano, will be intitled to our Best Bargain Pricks f o r Christmas Pianos and may select from the Finest Line of Bargains Ever Shown Here, including the latest 1906 Styles. Better Bargains than we find in Eastern or Chicago houses, and the Pianos with beautiful outfits placed in your homes. - 7) i - i i it We are now Closing Out and shall Discontinue t h e WEBER, HADDORFF and LAKESIDE Pianos, and Very Special Bargains may be had in these makes this month, while they last. Pianos selected now will be held for Christmas Delivery if so desired. Catalogues and Song books on application. Write for our special proposition and "Ea...

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