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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 October 1904

What Pcopk Mrs. Biirelow went to Milwau kee Thursday. R. Guy went to Chicago Tuesday on business.. ' Fred Tadd went to Henrietta Tuesday morning-. Wm. Killmer has a new sign at the livery barn. Isaac Trask made a businses trip to Dixon Tuesday. Mrs. Chas. Hansen and daugh ter went to Dixon Friday. J, B. Farver was a business visitor in Dixon Thursday. Albert Chambers and family visited in Rochelle Sunday. Mrs. G. R. Charters visited in Chicago a few days this week. H. E. Chadwick Was a business caller in Dixon Saturday,, A. IIU tiai IIIO 1 1 , IlKMV ; at Flugjf ready for the lathers. Ambrose Hodges and wife, of Rochelle, rauie down Saturday. For S.vlb, cheap, a babybuj-jj y good as new." "v- . Mrs. Wm. Fakver. Goorge . Si-hinster returned from Minnesota Saturilav morn- , . j UV' ''-.1 V Win. Becker went t Springfield Monday t visit the State Fair. . R. Lcsslie returned Thursday afternoon from a weeks' visit in Chicago. . . Rev. C. Marth spent a few days the fore part of the week in ...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 October 1904

Co -Laborers with Christ Sermon by tha "Highway nd Byway Preacher. ( Copyright, ltot, bjr J. M. Kdaaa.) Chicago, Sunday, Oct. 2, 19M. Text: "They went forth and preached everywhere, the Lord working with them, '-MarK is: HERE Is no more encouraging message for the Christian than these closing words of Mark's Gospel. The) Lord crucified and risen and ascended and yat present with His disciples, directing their energies, helping them bear the burdens, and encouraging them in the places of darkness and discouragement Not working alone, but the Lord working with them. I remember as a boy that 61 e heaviest task seemed easy and delightful when father turned in and helped. The moment he began working with me, that moment I knew the task was going to be accomplished, and discouragement and weariness vanished. One instance In particular comes to my mind. A ton of coal had teen delivered to our next-door neighbor and dumped in front of the house. There was no one to carry It into the woodshe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 October 1904

For Cupboard Corner , St. Jacobs Oil Straight, stronr, sure. Is the best household remedy for Rheumatism Neuralgia Lumbago Backache Sciatica Sprains Bruises Soreness Stiffness Pric 85o. and 50o. Around the World .-"l ned year Phtk- .---ry. Brand SUckera for year -la the Hawaiian lataa1 --'('- ,." and found them the only "-"'' article that tutted. I an now la thle country ' ' (Africa) and think a (not l seal of your coata," (nam i on application) The world-wide repute -fcMV"t ilon of Tower' Water. yJCJ nroef Oiled Clothln aaaurea the buver o: the positive worth of all torment hearing? tab) Sign of the Flab. A. J. TOWER CO. Boston, U 8. A. TOWER CANADIAN CO., LIMITED Toronto, Canada SBS CHURCH AND SCHOOL NOTES. The chief procurator of Russia, In a report to the czar on the state of Russian religion, states that there are 66,780 churches in the empire. During thf last year 833 new places of worship were consecrated. There is no organized community of Jews anywhere in Japan, excepting a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 October 1904

Going out of Business!!! LEAVING FRANKLIN GROVE. Closing out entire stock of Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Robes, Trunks, Satchels, etc. If you want bargains it will pay you to call at once. If you wait someone will snap up the very article you want. EL CHURCH. Franklin Grove Illinois. To the Citizens of Ashton And Vicinity:- Hill! Having purchased Mr. Hintz' gallery known as The Ashton Studio, I solicit your patronage and good will. Having been in the business' for twenty-five years, I think I can do firstclass work, and shall endeavor to please all who give me a frial. All work guaranteed. Will be here all the time. Respectfully, W. L. SCMAEFFER. ASHTON. - ILLINOIS: ONLY 5 CENTS EXTRA Tw this paptr and th WEEKLY, INTER OCEAN OF CHICAGO- 1 THE LEADING NEWS, FARM AND HOME PAPER OF THE WEST. Improved and strengthened by the addition of many new features: Enlarged farm department forestry and flo'riculttire care of the horse boys' and girls' page International Sunday School Ij...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 October 1904

G AZETTE. .1 nil VOL. X. NO. 34. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1904. WHOLE NUMBER 02. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. CHARLES GREVE , MAKES UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT TO END HIS LIFE. Cuts Bow Wrists With Penknife While In Jall-Knlfe Too Dull For His Intentions. ers. ' The audience next called for McGowan and it was up to the chairman to make a speech for the people were bound to hear him. He addressed them briefly on the work of the County Cam paign committee and urged every man to do his duty at the polls at the coming election and in particular to the registration day. The meeting closed with three lusty cheers for President Roose' velt. THE CHICKEN FRY. Monday Charles Greve was fined $25 in Justice Chad wick's court on a charge of drunkenness ami was placed under bonds of $100. Being unable to get any one to iro bis bonds he was Mot TkM 300 An Stmd Aid A Good -Tim WM EUoyrt By AH. The chicken fry given for the benefit of the Public School, Sat placed in the village jail to await fnrday a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 October 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. - I ILLINOIS The Mexican Construction and Engineering Co., of Mexico City, has recently obtained a contract for water works and drainage systems at Jala pa and Cordoba, state of Vera Cruz, Mex- In consequence of the recent drought In Western Austria, Bavaria and Eastern Switzerland, lithe government of Austria-Hungary has prohibited the export of fodder for cattle in the shape of clover, hay, oats or corn, as the supplies in that tountry ere already insufficient, in view of the prospective failure of the second semiannual harvest. OCTOBER...1904 Snn. Hon. Tnea. Wed. Thn. Fri. Sat. 1 2 34 5(?T 8 i) 10 11 12 13 14 T5 16 17 18 "19 20 21 22 "2526l27l2829 ffLtt N.M. fcF.O. i?vF.M. M.2-31. W 8th. JPjSth. Va4th. A WEEK S RECORD The French fruit crop is even larger than was expected. Prunes are particularly abundant, and, as a consequence, there is certain to be a largely decreased demand for American prunes, which have been so eagerly sough...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 October 1904

The Ashton Gazette K. J. ASHTON. DEAN, Publisher. - - ILLINOIS i , FOR SOME PEOPLE. A gentle hint Is wasted on some people, you win nna. A slight Insinuation they will never seem to mind. They're deaf to all suggestion when It' delicately made: To get It through their noddles you must call a spade a spade. They can't see where they're wanted and they're always In the way; The things they should net mention they invariably say. house must fall upon them they will disregard a brick. The only thing to mare them Is a hard and hearty kick. They're always well-intentioned, but they do not seem to think Significance may sometimes be connected with a wink. Tou have to take your gloves off when you handle thm Impart Tour ideas to such folk with the assist ance of a chart. Don't beat about the bush or attempt to sneak with tact. But, stripped of all disguises, . give them cold and brutal fact. Don't waste your time in hinting when you see their heads are tnick, - But help their comprehension ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 October 1904

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, PUBLISHED EVERY WUKSDAY. TERMg OF SUBSCRIPTION. One yer .... Bix months, . Three mouths . . $1.00 .50 Entered at the postofRce in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1904. Board of Supervisors' Proceedings. (Continued from last week.) The alms house committee present their report recommending- the allow ance of the following' claims, which jaid report is approved by the board and the clerk is directed to issue orders - P-s follows: Ueo Weyant & Son meat for co farm 62 40 O E Wild blacksmlthing for co farm 8 25 Wahlgren & Davis mdse ' 7 10 Ji H Klckard " ' " -" 2 a Geo Johnson threshing " ' " 10 28 C J Rosbrook mdse co farm 90 Ills Asylum for Incurable insane, mdse for Inmates 13 30 Smith & Moyer nj'lse for co farm 10 W Lebowich Broil ' 110 60 JJrooks & Sturtz . " " " 4 73 W M Avery med aerv per cont SO 00 Ueo P Powell med serv per cont 40...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 October 1904

What People Jlre Doing. Duck coats S9c Htjbthkb's. Miss Atta Batchelor went to Dixon Friday. Miss Aleta Booth went to Dixon Friday evening:. . ; Miss Ella Gertrude Tuttle went to Chicago Saturday. John Beahen was a Franklin ' Grove visitor Friday. ; ,, Mrs. J. C. Randall was a. Chi cago visitor this week. Iras Walker was a business caller in Dixon Friday. The infant""girl of Mr. and Mrs. WillPetrie died Sunday. Lewis Wood was a Rochelle visitor between trains, Friday. s C. Gonnerman of Dixon, was here the latter part of the week. Remember our special sale only five days longer Huether's. Mrs. Albert Chambers returned. Saturday from a visit in Rochelle ...... Mfss Mary Bowers went to Chi cago Saturday morning- to v.is- . it. ' Grafton Self of Dixon came up Saturday to spend Sunday with friends.. J. B. Farver and family visit ed Sunday with relatives it Franklin Grove. t t a . 1 ; 1' .. r u 1. 1 1 ira r isncr anu wucui nutucnc came down Saturday aiternoon to spend Sunday. Rev. W. J. l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 October 1904

The Gospel Twins : Sermon by th " Highway and and 3 Byway" Preacher. (Ocpjrtgliv, 19M, bj 1. M. Edo.) Chicago, Sunday, Oct. 9, MM. Text; "With the heart man bcllaveth unto righteousness and with the mouth confession Is made unto salvation." Horn. 10:10. AuL. nas linnea aere In most vital nsla- ... tlonshlp the hart and the mouth as the mediums through which the soul realizes that Divine process which we call salvation. The question: "What must 1 do to be saved?" has its answer in the brief, intense appeal of Paul as he replies to that re pentant jailer at midnight: "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved." And here in our text Paul as it were more clearly defines what is involved in that act of believing. He is dividing that act of saving faith up into Its elements, and speaks of one as belief unto righteousness and the other as confession unto salvation. The one is the inner recognition of Christ as Saviour, the other is the outward expression of that faith. We ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 October 1904

ALL BROKEN DOWN. TRIP IN SUBMARINE BOAT. Ko Sleep No Appetite Juit a Continual Backacne. Joseph MoCanley, of 144 Sholto St., Chicago, Sachem of Teeumseh Lodge, says: "Ttvoyearsago my health was completely broken down. Nj My DacK acliea and "sNl was so lame that at I times I was hardly able to dress myself. 1 1 lost my appetite and ( was unable to sleep. I There seemed to be ' no relief until I took Doan's Kidney Pills, but four boxes of this remedy effected a complete and permanent cure. If suffering humanity knew the value of Doan's Kidney Pills, they would use nothing else, as it is the only positive cure I know." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. GIElS SHOULD KNOW HOW some to , To make good bread. To keep her, own room in order. To cut and make their own dresses ' To care for milk and make good butter. To make a goo.d home for man. 4 To makq th-beds, fit for a king ,i To " read and speak in public, if called upon. 5 To make the nicest buc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 13 October 1904

9 - Lost: A lap robe. Leave Gazette office and get reward Dr. Bremitier and family at at tended a party at Franklin Grove Tuesday evening". Albert Wells and wife of Waukau, Wis., are here visiting' Mr. "Wells' sister, Mrs. C. Belles. A. F. Davis of Ridgevilfe, 111., has sold the south half of section nine in Hamilton township, this county for $20,000. This land was purchased in 1865 for $400. The McCormick corn picker that E. H. Wiener purchased of M. II. Randall came Monday and it is a very interesting piece of machinery. Mr. Randall 'tould sell several more if he could only get them. The suit in the court between Downing Bros, and Hart & Smith was won by the former, the settlement being- for $345. Had not Lally Bros, backed down H;jrt & omith would have been able to deliver the gooiU and make the sale. , Special excursion rales to Colorado, Utah, and the Black Hills, via the North-western line. Be ginning- June 1st excursion tickets will be sold to Denver, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 October 1904

It ASHT AZETT H WHOLE NUMBER 503. VOL. X. NO. 35, ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1904. G THE ON REPUBLICAN RALLY A Blfl Enthusiastic Republican Meeting Held At The Bradford German Church. ' TWO ROUGH RIDER CLUBS PRESENT. .Attorneys A. J. Harrle And W. H. KInno Wxm eive Stirring Addrestet On Leading Itues. The republican meeting In Bradford Tuesday night was held at the Bradford church, instead of at the Eisenberg school house, Vt advertised. The committee 1 r. were fortunate in secuciffgr the presence of Robinson's fife and drum corps, of Lee Center, . and Rough Rider clubs from Amboy an4 Sublette. The Rough Riders, trom Amboy were under the command of J. T; Hodges, while those from Sublette were led by Major , A. T. Tourtillott. The Rough -i- Kidcr and the Ftfe huA Drum , - Corps met at the home of Frank Hart, near the church. About 7:30 they formed , in line and marched to the church and went through several maneuvers there " ., before .the meeting began. About 8:30 the m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 October 1904

LIGHTS IN THE WORLD Sermon by the " Hitfhway and Bywiy" Preacher. (Cowrigit, 1M, by i. H. EOnon.) Chicago, Sunday, Oct. 16, 1904. Text: "Arise, shine; for thy Light is come, and the grlory of the Lord is risen upon thee. . . , His glory shall be seen upon thee." Isaiah 60:1-2. ROWDED within the compass of our text we find declaration of a marvel ous truth, the desig nation of a splendid mission and the rousing message of the prophet's ap peal. The Light come into the world; the glory of that Light to be seen upon those who come to the Light, and the ur gency of the need, and the blessedness of the privilege of being light holders. Isaiah sees before his vision the revived and re-established nation of Israel. The Christ, the One Whom the nation rejected when He first came to earth, has returned and has been received by the nation as its Messiah and King. And the cry of the prophet comes to stir the people to universal missionary activity as the glory of her King is reflected upon her...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 October 1904

CURE YOUR KIDNEYS. Wita Uw Bk AchesTnd Bladder Trouble , Set In, Get at the Canee. Dont make the mistake of believing vaokaehe and bladder ills to be local ailments. Get at the cause and cure the kidneys. Use Doan's Kidney Pills, which have cured thou sands. Caot S. D. Hun- ' SlPtillps Fa' Fire DePart" l 9B: wen, and residWto&tfmmW ins at 2729 Wylie Ave., says: , : f It was three years affo that I used Doan's Kidney Pills tot an attack of kidney trouble that was mostly backache, and they fixed me up fine. There is no mistake about that, and if I should ever be troubled again, I would get them first thing', as I know what they are " . For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. Foster -Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. It Cares Colds, Coughs. Sore Throat, Croup, Influenza, Whooping Couch, Bronchitis and Asthma. A cortain cure for Consumption in first stages, and I sure relief in advanced stages. Use at once. Yoa will lee the excellent effect after taking the rut dose. Sold by deal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 October 1904

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year .... Six mouths. .... f hrae months - - r $1.00 .50 Entered at the postoflice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1904. Board of Supervisors' Proceedings. (Continued from last week.) The Finance Cpuimittee presents heir report to the Board, stating- that hey have examined the report of W. B. Merrimen, County Treasurer, and find the same as follows: fBOl RECEIPTS, June 16 Balance brought from last report JI8833 87 jjune 16 C W Wohnke, surplus fees W7 97 jlune 16. Clyde Wiener, sale of produce and hoarding Inmates 974 61 June 35, W C Thompson surplus fees I HI 00 JSept. 3 delinquent tax collected by Treasurer 7438 04 EXPENDITURES. ,Tune H. Louis and J. Henry, damage on C 11 Q R R J 406 00 une 16. Interest on coupons 350 00 une 21, Dixon Star publ lshlng delinquent list 193 10 uly 6. balance on N A Cartrlget note 300 00 July 6, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 October 1904

What People The Misses" Moon visited in Chicago Friday. ' Calico 4cts, tennis flannel 5cts, IIcbther's. Attorney J. W'. Watts was a caller in town Saturday. Mesdames Beach and Leidy went to Rochelle Saturday. John Morrissey and family vis' ited in Sterling over Sunday. , M. M. Billmire is the possessor of a brand new Oliver typewriter. Adam Krug and Carl Schade were in Chicago Sunday evening. II. E. Chadwick was a business caller at the county seat Saturday. Maple syrup to fit any pancake. See a new package at Randall's. Clarence Baker visited in Franklin Grove over Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. B. Huether and children visited in Malta the fore part of the week. Unas, iionnertnan ana uirnuj of Flagg spent Sunday here with relatives. The telephone company have strung a new wire from "Asli ton iw a. i.iiinnii uiuvti Geo. Knapp, of Ute, Iowa was here the latter part of last- week visiting relatives. County Treasurer Merrihian of Dixon made the Gazette office a pleasant call Friday. - A ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 October 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. ILLINOIS California produces more dollars' worth of oranges than of gold oranges over $18,000,000 and gold $17,000,000. The intellectual life of Russia may be said to be centered at St. Petersburg and Moscow. And yet as much as one-third of the population of the former cn not read or write. Competition in the German medical profession has become - acute. Tho German Association of Doctors has issued a notice of 618 higher schools for boys, warning the graduates from becoming doctors. A plantation belonging to J. C. Horter, situated in the Pearl Lagoon disitrist, Nicaragua, about thirty miles north of Blueflelds, is the oldest of a number of estates devoted to the cultivation of the kind of rubber known a3 "Castilloa elastica." In 1903 Denmark exported 24,441 horfies, 02,929 head of cattle, 23,290,000 pounds of beef, 165,3a0,000 pounds of ham and bacon, 770,000 pounds of mutton, 20,154,000 pounds of meat products (tongues, sausages, fa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 October 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. ASHTON, DEAN, Publlshsr. ILLINOIS BALLADE OF PLATITUDES. He'll tell you wrong Is far from right, That heat is not the same as cold; That black Is not exactly white. That water sieves will never hold: That moss upon the stone that's rolled Will never grow. I have no doubt He does not know the news Is oldHe seems to think he found It gut. He'll tell you that the sun Is bright. That what Is bought Is always sold, That cleasing things will give delight. And Are will take the dross from gold; Tnat black sheep get into the fold, And cowards fear will put to rout, While valor will sustain the boldHe seems to think he found It out. Yhe blind are seldom clear of sight. Time has the greatest griefs consoled. He'll tell you that the chance Is slight Of gentle language from -a scold Whose tongue Is sharp and uncontrolled That pious people are devout, That charity Is ofen doled He seems to think he found It out. L'ENVOI. Though Adam to his offspring told The self-same th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 October 1904

"4 a. f ( YOU ARE JJfYITED TO ATTEND AN OYSTER SillMi traiKt, OCTOBER a IN MBS. WALKER'S HALL UNDER THE AUSPICES OF ASHTON LODGE 531 A.F.& A.M. SUPPER 5 TO 9 P. M. FREE BAND CONCERT ON THE Don't Be JTust last week jnmutes too late to secure a bargain. The CLOSING- OUT SALE is progressing rapS 1 J . . a n m n m yuiy, uut mere are many articles ieit wmcn will be sold at a sacrifice. PALL AT ONCE DON'T WAIT. Church's Closing-Out Sale, Franklin Grove , - . . Illinois. jMMWWWPMWWMMIWMWMMMMMMMMpMtMMWMWMMMWMMMMMHMHBMMWBI '"M M PASWUf V Shirts, u Hats, Dress goods SUPPER STREET. So Slow! a party was only 20 Coffee, former price 20c per pound, our price 13c. . 25c " " " v " 15c. Tea " " 50c " " a 30c. " 40c " " " " 25a Maple Syrup Celebrated Log Cabin Brand. Tapioca former price 10c now 5c. Rice former price 10c now 5c. Washing Powder former price 10c now 3 for 10c. Extracts former price 10c and 15c our price 7c. Spices. N. O. Molasses 35 cents per gallon. fthn fnrmpr nr,VftJ3.00...

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