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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 December 1905

I S wmfin S Wbat Peoplire Doing. Dixon Illinois. It Does Not Pay To Buy Cheap Clothes. When this store was established it was not our intention to sell the same class of clothes other stores sell. Our purpose was to sell the better class of ready to wear clothes only clothes that we could absolutely guarantee to be right. It was hard to convince our patrons that the modern ready to wear clothes of the best makers were better than local tailor made garments but it required only a trial to prove the assertion. Over three-fourths of the men that come to this store were formerly patrons of the custom tailor. These men find a smartness and exclusiveness about these clothes that local tailors cannot produce. Snits - $10 to $25 Overcoats - $10 to $35 Fnr coats - $15 to $50 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 make your selection from here. , , Good work, correct styles, right co...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 December 1905

1. O. O. F. OTFK ( IIOSIIN. W. H. Humphrey of Chlpaico Kit-Wed Grand Mailer at prinllell. The grand lodge of Illinois Odd KelTnns after listening to addresses from J'M Denern. T1. S. Oouwu.v of ( 'liimgu. deputy griinil master of tlie soveri'ign grand lodge and (SenrgV .1. ("lisirltnii of Chicago, general passenger and ti"km et agenl of (he Chi cago ano .itoii railroad, proceeded I'd. elect olllcers as follows: (irand uiastir, V. It. llnmphre.v, Chicago; deputv granil master. Fred 1!. Merrills, v. it, ni'Mi'int..y. Belleville; grand secretary. John H. pikes, Springfield ; grand warden. Owen fceott, leeatnr: grand treasurer. Thomas B. Needles, Xasliville. The grand enrnmpment eleeteil ortieers as follows: rand patriarch, Chester M. Turner, Cambridge; grand high priest. Frank J. Heinl, Jacksonville; grand serine. H. C. Kelttnan, Salem; grand treasurer, William Schuehert, Chester; grand senior warden, Fred D. P. Knelling. Chicago; trand junior warden. M. Makutchen, Princeton; grand rep...

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

Are You Tired, Nervous and Sleepless? Nervousness, and slfieplessnesa are usually due to tha fact that the nerves are not fad on properly nourishing blood; they are etarved nerve. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery make pure, rich blood, and thereby the nerves are properly nourished and all the organs of the body are run as smoothly as machinery which runs In oil. In this way you feel clean, strong and strenuous you are toned up and invigorated, and you are good for a whole lot of physical or mental work. Best of all, the strength and Increase In vitality and health are lotting. The trouble with most tonics and medicines which have a large, booming sale for a short time, is that they are largely composed of alcohol holding the drugs In solution. This alcohol shrinks up the red blood corpuscles, and in the long run greatly injures the system. One may feel exhilarated and better for the time being, yet in the end weakened and with vitality decreased. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 7 December 1905

8 E6e Leading Dry Goods House in 3 Counties. 4 rr i i w i I it r ir tt tv t reliable sr Reliable Merchandise At All Times. jr. Wo OMJULlSl, ROCHELLE, ILLINOIS. 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. 4 4 4 4 CloaKs Never in the history of this store has our cloak department been so complete. Lates styles, lowest prices rang-ing- 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 workm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 December 1905

The ashtgn Gazette. 0L. XL NO. 42. ASHTON.ILLINOIS, THURSY, DECEMBER 14. 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 563. FARMERS WILL MEET AT AMBOY For Their Annual Institute Tuesday and Wednesday Dec. 19th and 20th MANY PRIZES ARE TO BE GIVEN A Very Interesting Profrtra Hs Been Pretared and Special Speakers Have Been Secured. The executive committee of the Lee County Farmer's Institute have completed the pn gram for the two days' session which is to be held tn this city on Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 19th and 20th. The sessions of the Institute are to be held in the opera house. The domestic science department will be conducted by Mrs. H. M. Dunlap of Savoy, 111., on Wednesday afternoon and evening. The meetings and demonstrations are to be conducted in the lecture room of the Methodit-t church. Special ; premiums are to be given for the best exhibits of fine farm products and skill in housewifery. The premium list will be announced early next week. Mr. Ackert, the county president wishes to impress those...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 December 1905

THE ASHTOIM GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOia SIX PERISH IN FIRE. MOTHER AND FIVE CHILDREN DIE IN TENEMENT. I.atoh of Door Through Which They Ml ftp lit Hare Bat-aped In (nnshl, lmprinoninK Them Mlnneapolla Man Save Flaneee'a Family. A mother and her live children were turned to death in u five-story apartment house at Columbus avenue and 100th street, New York. Two other Dersis were injured unci si score of ten ants were thrown into a panic. The dead ve Mrs. John Thoinasoii, her ll-year-old twins and her tliree other children. ranging from T mouths to 9 years of age. Mrs. Thomnson lost her life try ing to save her children. Her body was found in her rooms with her little ones lying about her. Mother and children were cut off from escape by the latch of the door leading into the hall being caught. SAVES FIANCEE'S FAMILY. Minneapolis Han Finds Young Womaji and Others Overcome by Gas. Five members of the family of J. W. ISlliott in Minneapolis were saved from death b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 December 1905

HI IULINOIS w STATE NEWs-P 1 RirLKS BY ATTORNEY GENERAL OAli'lal Hand Down Several Deci sions of State Interest, That a county judge cannot sentence a boj under 18 years old to serve a term in the State reformatory upon his con' viction npon a charge of diKorderly con 4liict is the opinion of Attorney General Ktend. Under the juvenile court act, liowcver, ways the Attorney General such an offender may lie committed to 1lie State home for deliiuiiient boys at St. Diaries, provided he is under 17 years old. Under the same act a girl under IS years old may he committed 1o the home for juvenile female offend' cm. If the renting of the lower portion of a building for saloon purposes will render the room rented by a military company as headquarter of less value, and the lessor knew the purpose for which it was rented at the time th,e rental contract was made, and it was intended to use the room as a place of public entertainment, to which the public would not resort if located over a salo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 December 1905

Hi m m Barg In Pianos! FOR OUR- Christmas x Patrons g Genuine Bargains in all tie Kinds Ynn Want. -J Not the 30-days Jockey Boxes so much advertised in "Word Contests," "Gum Chewing Contests," and "Hush Sales," whose performance ends with a "Grand Contest at Chewing the Rag," FROM DECEMBER 1 TO 25 All interested in the purchase of a Piano, will be intitleil to our Best Bargain Prices f o r Christmas Pianos and may select from the Finest Line of Bargains Ever Shown Here, including: the latest 1J06 Styles. Better Bargains than we find in Eastern or Chicago houses, and the Pianos with beautiful outfits placed in your homes. it A "I l -"! 1 We are now ClosingOut 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 tor Christmas Delivery if so desired. Catalogues and Song books on application. Write for our special proposition and tEasy Terms. New Pianos, in Mode...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 December 1905

I I Dixon Illinois. Do Your Christmas Shopping' Early You not only avoid the rush and turmoil of late buyers, but haye the advantage of better service and more complete stock from which to make your purchase. If you are undecided as what you want perhaps we can suggest to you what is proper apparel. To know what shape 01 neckwear, gloves, hosiery, etc., and to know it is suitable and appropriate, to know it is of the latest and most approved designs, is a satisfaction to the giver and to the recipient. THIS TORE Is Autbority J Mens Ape i. Our Great Big Xmas Line of Furniture offers in variety of style and exclusive high class novelties the largest values and many entirely new different things than you will find In this or adjoining counties. When spending your money why not get afl it will brinp, not only in bulk and quality but also in newness of style and richness of design, Library Tables, Sectional Cases, Karpeu Leather Chairs and Couches. Davenports and Rockers, Morris Chairs, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 December 1905

RAINBOWVILLE. Started out one summer day '! j; For Rainbowville not far away. Fine location, we wore told, Where you just picked up your gold; Never saying, "if you please;" Always living at your ease, Just' beyond the maple hill Fortune smiled, in Rainbowville. Past the fields, where ripening grain Glistened' with the recent rain; Following still the prismed light Till it faded from our sight; Where the willow bough inclines, Where the poison Ivy twines; ITiroagh the orchard, past the mill, Wa kept on toward Rainbowville. Weary, footsore, cold and wet, Hanger, mingling with regret, Bads us turn to childish rest Next day we'd renew the quest. And wa did. Ambition fond Brer lares to the beyond. Tears have passed, and we are still Oa oar way to Rainbowville. Washington Star. me Tanioius ol me Fire. f HMUST confess I stood at the door with some trepidation. I had not seen Muriel for a year; she had teen abroad. Once, indeed, 1 had heard from her when there came a gift a week after Chri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 December 1905

JOYS OF MATERNITY A WOMAN'S BEST HOPES REALIZED Mrs. Potts Telia Bow Women Should Prepare for Motherhood The darkest days of husband and wife are when they come to Jook forward to childless and lonely old age. . Many a wife has found herself incapable of motherhood owing to a displacement' of the womb or lack of strength in the generative organs. Airs. Anna Potts Frequent backache and distressing pains, aceompanied by offensive discharges and generally by irregular and scanty menstruation indicate a displacement or nerve defeneration of the womb and surrounding organs. The question tiiat troubles women is how can a woman who has some female trouble bear healthy children? Mrs. AnnaPottsof 510 Park Avenue, Hot Springs, Ark., writes: My Bear Mrs. Pinkham: "Durinp the early part of my married life I wan delicate in health : both my husband uud 1 were very amrious for a child to bless our home, but I had two miscarriages, and could not carry a child to maturity. A neighbor who had 'been ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 14 December 1905

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4$ 66e Leading Dry Goods House in 3 Counties. Reliable Merchandise At All Times. ROCHE1LLE, ILLINOIS. jz? Fall & Winter Opening', jz? 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, an enable us to display this immense stock to much better advantage. Each department complete with everything new and desirable. CloaRs Never in the history of this stnro h:i nnr rlnnk deoartment been so complete. Lates 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 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 December 1905

7 jThb ashton Gazette. VOL. XI. NO. 43. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THUR .'0AY, DECEMBER 21, 1905. WHOLE NUMBER 564. s MISS BUCK DIED THURSDAY From an nines of only a Couple Days' Duration FUNERAL HELD SUNDAY AFTERNOON Hid Been a Resident of Ashtoo for Thlrtylht Years-Wat a Member of the metbodlst Church. Miss Melissa Jane Buck daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Buck, was born in Center Co., Pennsylvania November 16th 1844, and died in Ashton, 111., Deeember 14th 1905, at the age of forty-four years and eighteen days. With her parents she came to Ashton in the year 18S7, a girl of thirteen summers, and has been one of the honored citizens of our village through all the intervening years. The circumstance of a defect in her hearing which came upon her in chiluhood rendered her reticent as to commins into society and hence to many she was unknown as regards the fine qualities of mind and spirit which were hers. "I have lived in her home" one of her friends remarks 4,and have never known a tern' perament...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 December 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. BO Y CONFESSES PLOT. WAS PARTNER IN PLAN TO BE ROBBED IN CHICAGO. Thief Threw lied Pepper In Mesentrer' EyeM anil T.tok $1,735 from Illni Xow Appear Gaiue Was Arran-el neforehaml. Donstan Beeney, one of the hoys arrested the other day for the theft of jewelry valued at $5,000 from the Moore & Evans Company in Chicago, confessed nt the police station that he was the same boy who helped roll Bartlett, Frazier & Carriugton of $1,7155 last July, Beeney also confessed that he was the messenger who was blinded with red pepper thrown into his eyes by Joseph Jones, another boy arrested. The robbery of young Beeney was planned by himself.. He says he entered into a conspiracy with Jones, whom Beeney notified that he would carry a package from the Corn Exchange bank to the office of Bartlett, Frazier & Carriugton. Just before the hour for closing the bank the trusted messenger of the brokerage ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 December 1905

ILLINOIS STATE NEWS WEDS GIRL HE FREED. Romance Bearan When Winona Gill- ham Slew Father Ends at Altar, Married to a man who sat on the coro ner's jury which tried her for the murder of her father six months ago is the experience of Winona Gillham, a 16- .year-old girl who was wedded to George H. f,d wards in Peoria the other day. Edwards' affection for the girl began the day he served on the jury. On June 4 last Winona Gillham killed her father, a farmer residing near Oak Hill, by shooting him through the head and beat ing his brains out. She was acquitted on a plea of self-defense. Edwards beard the testimony and be.ame infat uated with the girl. Her mother appeared in court and consented to the marriage. Edwards is 23 years old. SWlMll.EnS MAKE BIG HAUL. Jollet Merchants - Robbed of Large Sams Thronjorh Forced Checks. A gang of forgers by rapid work be tweeu 8 and 10 o'clock. Saturday night swindled Joliet merchants and saloonkeepers diit of between $3,000 end $10,- 000. Taking a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 December 1905

fi:9 PIANOS Announcement Extraordinary Last Call Before CHRISTMAS and the NEW YEAR If you contemplate purchasing or exchanging for a New Piano of the Better Kinds, you will learn of something to your interest by calling attention at our Ware rooms This Week. Our display is the LARGEST in NORTHWESTERN Illinois and you will find here, this week, New and Reliable Pianos, fully warranted at $155 $170 $190 $200 which will be delivered at your homes, with fine scarfs, stools, books etc., free of extra charge. The first shipment of The Elegant 1903 Packards Just arriving. SEE and HEAR THEM. DON'T FAIL to visit our warerooms this week for SOMETHING of INTEREST in PIANOS and PIANO BUYING. REYNOLD PIANO WAREROOMS. Bell 'Phone 20. Comity 'Phone 21. ROCHELLE, ILLINOIS. """"ar-TiMtf- -A. -.. - YU! - . -1 Yirty-two feet of digestive appaMf! I 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 E...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 December 1905

I m Dixon Illinois. Clothes are appropriate and practical Christmas presents. Clothes of the kind sold at this store will be appreciated. They look good long after the ordinary clothes have been cast away. A 40 MILE DRIVE for you is well repaid in the bargains in the way of psice in addition to finding1 just exactly the right arficle for a Xtnas gitt. This immense stock affords one the odportunity of selecting the piece wanted. H-w-.'-.-rv-iXRERI!, RUT PKICrx UH v EVEKJTHWHL Pine weather au wire jiLjiT'iwth make it easy fpr you to come. Then too, you can take the train for Dixon. Remember we deliver everything free to you. Come today or tomorrow. You miss it if you buy without a chance at our great holiday stock at the cut prices. Xmas Furniture of every description Xmas Rugs, Curtains, draperies. Pistures too at 33 per cent discount. Make the trip to Dixon to The Keyes Furniture and Carpet Rooms, Great Honse-fnriiisMiiz concern of Northern Illinois DIXON, ILLINOIS. Phonb 161 216-21...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 December 1905

Late Christmas afternoon. ffke (ltd, glad belli of morning, th laughter at the dawn I Th lustre of the children'! eyes la Una to look upon at, O, the beat of Chrlatmaa the beat day of them all la when the lazy firelight makes plcturea on the wall, And I may alt In alienee and glv myself the boon Of going back to boyhood, lata Chrlatmaa afternoon. Bar I aball fall to musing of plcturea In the grate nr, eager for my summons the host of boydaya wait, And In and out a-marchlng I'll see them come and go With handa waved high In welcome th boya I used to know; And there. If I am patient, 'twill be for me to aee, A one aeea In a mirror, th boy I used to bel Out of the awaylng shadowa will rise th long ago, th sleigh-bells' tinkle-tinkle, th soft klsa of the snow, Th white sen of the meadow, where th pranking winds will lift Th long sweep of the billow foamed up In drift on drift, Aad crisp across the valley will come a bell-sweet tune T t me nodding, nodding, late Christmas afternoon. Let ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 December 1905

... V TORTURED BY ECZEMA , BODY MASS OF SORES. Could Not Sleep, Spent Hundred of Dollars) on Doctor, but Grew Worse Cured by Cntlcarm (or S8. "Cuticura saved the life of my moth er, Mrs. Wm. F. Davis, of Stony Creek Conp. Hers was the worst eczema 1 ever saw. She was hardly able to eat or sleep. ' Her head and body was a mass of sores, and she despaired of recovery. Finally, after spending hundreds of dollars on doctors, growing worse all the time, living In misery for years, with hair whitened from suffering and body terribly disfigured, she was completely cured by two cakes of Cuticura Soap, five boxes of Cuticura, and three bottles of Cuticura Resolvent Geo. C. Davis, 161 W. 3Gth Street, New York." A HOTEL ON WHEELS. Hew Dlntnir Car of the Great Northern Railway a Feature of the , "Oriental Limited." It Is perhaps, best to say thnt In every respect china, cuisine and attendants, the dining car service of the "Oriental Limited" is in keeping with the luxuriousness of the remainder...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 21 December 1905

4 66e Leading Dry Goods House in 3 Counties. G. W. MAMON, ROCHELLE, ILLINOIS. Reliable Merchandise At All Times. jz? Fall & Winter Opening'. & Our stocks were never more complete of merchandise selected to meet all Fall and Winter reauirements. Recent remodeling and enlargement of our store room nave permitted tne 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. 4i2 CloaKs Never in the history of this store has our cloak department been so complete, .bates 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 an...

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