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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 November 1906

I i ashtoIn Gazette. - THE VOL. XII. NO. 37. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1906. jt WHOLE NUMBER 610. REPUBLICANS ELECT TICKET Every Member of Republican Ticket Elected with Good Majorities LOWDEN'S PLURALITY 1800 IN DISTRICT Heavy Vote Polled and Nearly as Much la terest as la Presidential Election. The hardest fought political campaign ever .waged in Lee county came to a close at 5 o'clock Tuesday evening. lhe entire republican ticket was elected in both county and state. Lol. .Low den's plurality in the district is 1,800 votes and his plurality in Lee county is 320 votes. Judge Robert H. Scott lead the ticket with the largest vote and his plurality is 1,353. W. C. Thompson was re-elected county clerk, his majority being 1,483, the largest on the ticket. For sheriff, A. T. Tourtillott won with a majority of 613. Jonn M. Sterling's majority for treasurer ii 143 and I. F. Edwards' majority for superintendent is 1,201. The latter two are excellent majorities, considering th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 November 1906

I THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ABHTON, ILLINOI& JAPS BUY TEXAS LAND ALSO PURCHASE IN LOUISIANA AND CALIFORNIA. investigation shorn They Ape Direct A Iten of Mlkado'H Government I'nited States Rulncs KU,120,OOO Barrel of A onion This Year. That tho Japanese government has luight lands in Texas, Louisiana anil California and propos investing heavily in more American soil lias been brought to light by a secret investigation. A Japanese, who came to Texas presumably representing a number of his countrymen, has been identified as an agent for the Japanese government. lie carried documents bearing the seal of the Mikado ind negotiated a 9200.000 land deal. It s learned that other Japanese, who elaimJd to be agents for wealthy Japs, actually served as the Mikado's agents, and :hat practically every acre owned and leased by the Japs in America is owned 9y Japan. A recent arrival from Tokio Ulid he would settle the 5,000-acre tract with retired Japanese soldiers,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 November 1906

8MALL-P0X IN PHILIPPINES. PARLIAMENT FOR FILIPINOS. LUNOIS STATE TWO CITIES PREPARE FIGHT. Urbana unit C liuminlii Engage In Hot Contest Over State School. Border warfare is threatened in Champaign and Urbana over the location of tthe University of Illuiois. The Champaign .chamber of commerce petitioned the uni--vcrsity trustees, asking that n!l literature .and stationery should bear "Champaign." ,and (he Urbana business men's club held ,a special meeting to annihilate all attempts of the other twin toward changting the original topography of the university. "The university is in Urbana .and we will fight to the last ditch to keep jit there," said President Bennett of the 'Urbana Commercial Club. The "ditch" referred to by the head of the Urbana organization is Wright street, the dividing line between the cities. Urbana has ,scored the first victory in a rule issued by the United States postal authorities, decreeing that all university publications ,shall pass through the Urbana pos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 November 1906

THE ASH TON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPWON. One year Six mouths, Three months $1.00 .50 . .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 1906. President's Proclamation. President Roosevelt has issued a proclamation naming- Thursday November 29, as a day of thanksgiving-. The text of the proclamation follows1 The time of year has come when, in accordance with the wise custom of our forefathers, it becomes my duty to set aside a special clay of thanksgivingand praise to the Almighty because of the blessings we have received and of prayer that these blessings mav be continued. Yet another year of wide-spread wellbeing' has passed. Never before in our history or in the history of any other nation has a people enjoyed more abounding material prosperity than is ours a prosperity so great that it should arouse in us no spirit of heedless disregard of our responsibili...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 November 1906

ft 8 i t mm mm c HE 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. We have some very nice patterns in these razors at $1.50 to $2.50. Also a good line of razor strops. EE MttMMmtatMMM What People JIre Doing. If you need anything in this 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 We also have a very fine m very line of butcher knives and carvers. Tne Keen Kutter 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: m. PRICE $1.00 1.15 1.35 MOORE & GLENN, ASHTON, ILLINOIS. 48c per Yard and Up FOR ALL INGRAIN CARPETS. 33 cents per pair an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 November 1906

AN OLD MAID. Her eyes like quiet pools are clear, Her placid face is sweet and fair, The frost of many a vanished year Lies on her hair. She has no memories of vows Exchanged below an April moon, Or whispered conKerse 'neath the bonghs Of rose-bright June. j train would have been less hard on my 1 chance go by. Julia, I'm not going to gown." j finish my course. The pater has been Mr. Brooks murmured an apology, ! very generous to ma I can go Into the absently staring straight before him. I business directly I say the word, and I Mrs. Elliott ! An addition to his circle ' say the word to-day If you will just of acquaintances. Perhaps Julia our j walk up this road with me to a little car ! Our car ! old parsonage I know of, and marry "flow quiet you are I" remarked the me now. What Is the use In waiting to Bhe never planned her wedding gown This sweet old maiden true and good; For her life held no sacred crown Of motherhood. let to the shelter of her side The little orphan children pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 November 1906

RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA ffSW JOT jnwje ST. JAOOBS IL The Proved Remedy For Over 50 Years. Price 23c and 50c The Canadian The testimony of tern of thousands during the past year is that the Canadian West is the best West. Year by year tire agricultural returns bare increased in volume and in value, nnd still the Canadian l.overnment offers 160 acres free to every bona tide settler. Some of the Advantages The phenomenal increase in railway mil, agemain lines and branches has put almost every portion of the country within easy reach of churciies, schools, markets, cheap fuel and every modern convenience. The NINETY MILLION BUSHEL VH EAT CROP of this year means $60,000,000 to the farmers of Western Canada, apart Irom the results of other grains and cattle. For advice and information address the Superintendent of Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or the authorized Canadian Government teem, W. D. Scott, buperinteiidenl of Immigration, Ottawa. Canada, or C. J. Broughton, Koom 430, Quincy Build...

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

n - - . .. . , i 'f V G. W. HAMLIN, this Itlonth 's Butterick's Patterns 10 and IS cents Hone Eiqber. Subscribe for the Delineator here. It's the Best Ladies' ttlaqazine $1.00 the year. Rochelle, Illinois. Cloak Selling'.: Never before in the history of the Hamlin Store, has there been such an immense Cloak business done. And its easy to tell you why large assortment from five of the leading manufacturers in the world. Individual styles, by making our selection from so many different makers we show more styles and only one of a kind. Low prices our splendid buying faculties enable us to offer you better garments at a less price than other cloak houses in Northern Illinois. FOR THIS WEEK "We show a new assortment, over 50 new garments and none like anything we have shown before. douse Turnisbings Carpets, Rugs, Lace Curtains, Portiers, Window shades, Linoleums and Oil Cloths, Curtain Muslins, Madras Draperies, Silkahnes, Fancy Denims, Everything' to make your home attractive and home...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 November 1906

Fhe ashton Gazette. VOL. XII. NO. 38. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 611. EXPERIENCES OF A BEE HUNT S. F. mills Writes to Mr. Petrle of Moon Light Bee Hunt COMPANY BADLY STUNG BY HONEY MAKERS Letter will Interest our Older Readers-Pub- llshed by Permission of Mr. N. A, Petrle. Parish, New York, Nov, 9, '06, Mr. N. A. Petrie, Dear partner:- In my last let ter to you I gave a hint that I had been invited out once more with the boys. Well, true to my , inner feelings, I accepted the invitation and much real sport was had. Your brother Tunis came down to the village and called on me and said, "You look and act as though you have not yet reached the age limit when a man hesitates to take any part in out door sport, and w e want you with us again. There will be little fatigue and ho hardships to encounter as the game is alreadi baerered in one sense of word. But he did not state the nature of the sport.' He rnwrely stated that it would be "a moon light raid on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 November 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. A8HTON. ILLINOIS. COSTLY TO FORTIFY. UNITED STATES EXPENDS MILLIONS FOR DEFENSE. f?r-n. Mackenzie, Chief of Engineer, Present Estimates of Exnenae for FortlflcntioiiK EnllNhmen to lilK in Herctiluneutn. tien. Alexander Mackenzie, chief of tenginoers. lins reported to the Secretary of War that $1(,0,"2,4:?1 will be required to complete the engineering work on the fortifications projected by the board convened under the President's order Jan. SI, 1!KK. During the year the number of guns available for service was increased by the addition of eight mortars, four twelve-inch guns and ninety-four rapidfire guns, so that altogether the status of the emplacements for which Congress lias appropriated money was 370 twelveinch mortars. 105 twelve-inch gnns, 1.13 ten-inch guns, ninety-nine eight-inch guns t and 587 rapid-fire guns. For continuing the construction of gun and mortar batteries a estimate of $4,247,400 is submitted : for modernizing old...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 November 1906

RESULTS Of Elections wore held Tuesday in forty-two States, and while the results In a number of Instances were of unusual Interest, it may be said tbut generally apeaklng there were no great surprises. Throughout the South the Democratic State and congressional tickets have been elected by the usual majorities. In the West and East the States that were aligned two years ago in the Democratic or Republican columns show no material change, the Democrats making gains in some instances and the Republicans In others. The Republicans retain control of Congress by a good majority. Perhaps the widest general interest In the elections centered In the remarkable fight for Governor which has been waged in New York State between Charles E. Hughes, the Republican candidate, who throughout the campaign lias had the support of President Roosevelt, and William Randolph Hearst, who has been running as the regular Democratic and Independence League nominee. The latest returns available at the time t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 November 1906

flX' COUNTRYMAN CO ) vi iii J it il to vii ito iio Of Dixon, Illinois, Owns This Space Each Week ' p- s THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PlinlJSHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months 51.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the uostoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 6S. THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 1906. GOAL AT HARMON? Five-ftot Vtin T SHua'uews UucvercJ TOiU tilllir.g Vv'til st liarmua. The south v.c:i ; oriton of Leo County !:.;-. boon ;. roused over tin. discover v of :v I've foot veui ol coal while !ril ii t-j.r a city watc-i well in the vi!h';;o park at ll.tr moil. In v.'i iiii'tj of the t'.ir-covvry the Stirling Giuo'te has the fullowing to say. "Mr. ShultK, the contractor. States that his drill passed through a vein of coal five feet - J&icki thai -on ,Jpp of the coal there is two feet cf shale and above the shale there is a body of blue clay over a hundred feet thick. The vein was reached at a d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 November 1906

mm mrm CHE 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.- wwwmwMwmwmMmmmwBWBBBmMMmB 8 1 ,. .J S 1 MOORE- '& G We have some very nice patterns in these razors at $1.50 to $2.50. . Also a good line of razor strops. If you need anything in this 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. Tno Keen Kutter 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 ASH TON, ILLINOIS. Warren Sanders was home over Sunday. Watch for "Mr. Bob" at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 November 1906

MEASURING THIi BABY. VCe measured the riotous baby Against the cottage wall, A lily grew on the threshold, And the boy was just as tall ; The wee pink fists of the baby , Were never a moment still, Snatching at shine and shadow That daueed on the lattice sill. His eyes were wide and sparkling, His mouth like a flower unbliAvn, Two little feet, like funny white mice, Peeped out from his snowy gown, And we thoughtwith a thriil of rapture That yet had a touch of pain, When June comes round with her roses Ved measure the boy again. Ah, me ! in a darkened chamber, With the sunshine shut away. Through tears that fell like bitter'raln, We measured the boy to-day. And the little bare feet that were dimpled, And sweet as a budding rose, Lay side by side together In a hush of long repose. Up from the dainty pillow, White as the risen dawn, The fair little face lay smiling, With the light of heaven thereon. And the dear little hands, like rose leaves Dropped from a rose, lay still, Never to sn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 November 1906

PERU-NA IFOR CATARRH OF THE HEAD.THROAT LUNGS.STOHACH AND PELVIC ORGANS ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Parter's r 54-4-1 T Dnin i II - - . f III Must Bear Signature of See Fac-Slmtle Wrapper Below. Very nail ul a T to take as sugars FOR HEADACHE. FOR DIZZINESS. FOR BILIOUSNESS. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKIN. FOR THE COMPLEXION Purely TefctzMe.Sai& Cll"r'MCK HEADACHE. New Wheat Lands IN THE Canadian West ennn additional miles of railway this year have opened up a iaryely increased territory to the proirressie farmers of Western Ca ada, and the Government ot the Dominion xon inues to give 160 Acres rree Is Irerj Settler. The Country Has No Superior Coal, wood and water in abundance; churched . And schools convenient: markets easy of access; taxes low; climate the best in the northern temperate zone. Law and order prevails everywhere. For advice and information address th Superintendent of Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, tv th authorized Canadian Government r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 November 1906

V W Vv V V Vv V' V V V V V V V w W Long Kid Uloves. Belts. 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. Kerchiefs. Our advance showing of handkerchiefs for ladies and men is particularly lavge, and splendid values prevail from 6c 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 in demand. A particularly good quality. .$2.50 CLOAKS! CLOAKS! is s? CI Cm 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 th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 November 1906

Gazette. VOL. XII. NO. 39. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1906. WHOLE NUMBER 612. The ASHTQIN! w TWO PASS AWAY Mrs. Calvin J. Hicks pled Last Thursday at Dorchester Nebraska MRS. ELIZABETH KRUG DIED FRIDAY Funeral of Mrs. Hick ws Hell Friday-Mrs. Krufs wis Held Monday Moraine. The sad intelligence reached our city Thursday, announcing the death of Mrs. Calvin Hicks of Dorchester, Nebraska. Mr. Hicks and family moved from Ashton to Dorchester on October 6, where Mr. Hicks was to enter the hardware business with his brother Charles. Mrs. Hicks died Thursday morning at six o'clock and the funeral was held Friday afternoon at two o'clock at the house, the pastor of the Methodist church of that place officiating. Mrs. Hicks was 39 years of age. Everything that was possible, was done by kind neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks wene married at Carthage Missouri about eighteen years ago. They came to Ashton about 1895 where they lived until moving to Nebraska six , weeks ago. Mrs. I Hic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 November 1906

V T tIC ASHTON GAZETTL RALPH J. 9EAN, Publisher. A8HTON. ILLINOIS. LIVELY HOTEL FIRE. HOSTELRY IN GOLDFIELQ, NEV., BURNS TO GROUND; Three InmBteii, Vnable to Earape, Are rremnted In BulldliiB Knnaaa HiK'hwnymen Vnc BuffKy 1 Their Work. A fierce lire, swept by a strong wind, 'Completely destroyed tlie Hotel (Joldfield, the leading hotel of (ioldlield, Nev., possibly cost the lives of three guests, and threatened the destruction of the entire residence part of the town. The missing who may have perished, inv: Judge J. M. Ellia of Denver, mining operator and broker of tha Marshall Ellis Investment Company of Denver and Ooldfield: Mrs. Hoellier, residence unknown; A. II. lleher of A. II. Heber & Co.. investment brokers. Within twenty nvnutes after tlie fire was discovered the entire building was enveloped in flam"s. The liotel was crowded at the time, hnt nli of the seventy-five guests, except those named, escaped. O. S. Young, a Los Angeles and San Francisco capitalist, bro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 November 1906

i. SUIT IS BEGUN AGAINST STANDARD COMPANY. TO FIGHT OIL TRUST. Attorney General Moody Starts Proceeding In St. Lonls Under the Sherman Act Ag;ulnst Parent and Seventy Constituent Corporations. Attorney General Moody, acting through tbe resident United States district attorney, began proceedings i Thursday against the Standard Oil of New Jersey under the Sherman anti-trust act by filing In the United States Circuit I Court at St. Louis a petition in equity against it ana Its seventy constituent ff$J corporations and w. h. moody. partnerships and seven Individual defendants. The Attorney General asks that the combination be declared unlawful and that It be enjoined from entering any contract or combination in restraint of trade. The following statement was prepared and made public by Attorney General Moody: "In June, by direction of the President, Messrs. Kellogg and Morrison were appointed by nie special assistant attorneys general to act with Assistant to the Attorney General Purdy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 November 1906

.. -35 3? -5 S'SS -"5 99 99 99 9-99 99 99 99 -"35 IYMAN , CO., (IV xti it) xii iii DIXON'S BIGGEST STORE, DIXON, ILLINOIS. lOO Room Size Rug's to Select From 200 Fine Palmer Cloaks to Select From W We Show Large Line of Furs from 98 Cents Up. ij; Hi viz JUST A HINT Best Tennis Flannel all stores sell lOc to l2Uc at 7cents 9 lO Bars Good 'Vg;. g. g- g. 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. 22, 1906. Public Sales. Going To. Iowa. I will sell the following property at my residence 2 miles west of Ashton, Friday, November 30. Roan mare 4 years, gray mare 11 years, 2 Ben negro colts coming 2 and 3 years old, 5 milch cows, 9 yearling steers, 3 heifers, 2 steer calves, 2 fall calves, sow and 5 fall pigs. 16 inch walking plow 16 inch sod plow, 2 walking corn plows, 2 shovel...

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