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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 October 1904

V "Phe Gazette. VOL. X. NO. 36. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THUKSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1904. WHOLE NUMBER 604. t , .t ; i ASHTON : ASHTON IS ON THE BOOM purlng The Past Year $50.000 00 Were Spent In Improvements' THE NORTHWESTERN " YET TO MAKE IMPROVEMENTS New Three Story Building Being Erected By Mills & Petrle Nearlng Completion. The season that is just drawing to a close has been the most prosperous year for Ashton in the waj of new improvements. Thousands upon thousands of dollars have been spent. There )s no town in Lee County, no even oij the main line of the Northwestern that can show such a rapid, substantial building uo as Our little' city of Ashton, consideringits size. The Ih m which Atditotris enjoying is. not over any excited speculation or industries and enterprises,' but one thing that attracts people to live here js, that fr a little city there is n better built up place. Back of all t1js good name which our place nj'ys is something which is necccssary to every locality...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 October 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. ILLINOIS The Italian ministry of posts and telegraphs has received authority from the parliament to establish telephonic connections between Brescia and Bergamo; Lecco and Bergamo; Cremona and Piacenza; Genoa, Pisa ana Lgnorn ; Naples, f oggia ana Barletta; Naples, Reggio, Calabria and Messina. The . Japanese have a race of silkwor wis to which they apply a name the equivalent of "the beggar." These worms feed greedily upon withered or otherwise spoiled leaves, which one of the self-respecting race of silkworms wouldn't touch. Yet their larvae remains as vigorous as those I of the more fastidious races. The international road over the Grand St. Bernard Pass was opened on August 25, 1304. For the first time, on that day a carriage starting from the Hotel du Mont Blanc, in Martigny, Canton of Valais, Switzerland, for Aosta, Italy. Italy has been some 12 years building this road, which marks the route followed by Napoleon in 1800. Only ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 October 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher, ASHTON. - ILLINOIS THE CLOCK OF TIME. I - 'Loud ticks the clock of Tlmel It 1b so old so vary old! We wonder how its hands, so cold, Can follow on from hour to hour And mark the minutes with such powerBo hoary with the ages' rime! ' Great Pharaoh heard It strike! (Long Blnce a mummied effigy) And boatman listened, mindlessly, On the green waters of the Nile; The sphinx heard it, with L'tony smile To her all centuries alike! I v And once proud Caesar shook T hear his knell; while Antony And Cleopatra, recklessly, Fjrgot the portent of the hours, W reathing the moments with their flow ; ers As sheperds idly wind a crook. ' And still the clock chimes on! Glad notes of morning changed too soon To mellow-muslced afternoon; Or husky with the evening light, Or hoarser toned for dark midnight, It tolls the knell of ages gone. I Still ticks the clock of Time! Strange it is Life's pendulum Vet swings on while lips are dumb! While the minute-hand of fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 October 1904

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER puiit,mk j;vr:v thukshav. TKKMS (W- Sl'llSCKIl'TION. One year Six months. Three uioiitlis fi.no .so - .25 Entered ;it the postnflice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, OCT.:7, 1904. Canada's Wheat Ponslbillt lea. Canada's wheat crop this year prom ises to exceed that of 1903 by about 30,000,000 bushels. This Is a big In crease, and with no abatement likely in succeeding years It Is easy to be een what n formidable wheat produc ing and exporting competitor the great Canadian northwest has become and Is becoming. It could now if need were feed the mother country all by itself, leaving the United States out of the question, though it is not likely to be drawn on to that exclusive extent. But the territory stands for one of the greatest grain producing regions In the whole story of the world, old or new, Its edges hardly scratched yet, and it will have its share in determining the course of empir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 October 1904

What People Jlre Doing. mot row! Isaac Trask was a caller in Oregon Friday. J. M. Swan spent Sunday and Monday in Dixon. Will Went was a passenger to Rochelle Saturday. H. E. Cliadwick was a business caller in Dixon Friday. John Krug- went to Dixon Mon day to enter Dille's college. Chas. Trainer and family visit' ed over Sunday in Sublette. r rank Chadwick of J-ee came borne over Saturday and Sunday. O. P. Canfield was a business visitor in Chana several days recently. W. D. Knapp and S. T. Zeller were in Omaha hist week buying sheep. v L. E. Rundle of DeKalb is here visiting his brother James Rundle. Mrs. Albert Chambers went to Rochelle Tuesday to visit with relatives. Mrs. John Baker and family went down tq Franklin Grove Saturday. ' .A Clinton Pee hies of Oregon has been visiting at the home of Wilson (illicit. E. S. Miller and his" sister, Mrs. Nufa lleckiiian spent Sunday in D.ixon. Henry Sdiafer, who goes to sclito hero, went to Franklin lirnvo Saturday. (J. JI. Sasnfan atten...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 October 1904

Renovation Versus Regeneration Sermon by the " Highway and Byway" Preacher. (Copj-iialit, liw, by J. M. Edon.) ' Chicago, Sunday, Oct. 28, 1904. Text: "Jesus answered and said unto iilm, Vcri:.v, veri'.y, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the Kinsdam of God. That which is born of the :flcsh Is flesh; and that which is born of the iSptrit is spirit." John 3:3, 6. OD makes conditions which men often do not recognize or realize. Living like a Christian is not being a Christian in the Scripture sense of the term. The man who does not know Christ as a personal Saviour, and does not recognize any religious obligation, may live very closely in harmony with ths- teachings ot Christ. And on the other hand the man who has accepted Christ us his Saviour, and has teen born again by the operation upon his heart of the Divine Spirit, may live so far , beloT the ideals and teachings of Jesus as- to have the genuineness of his religious experience called into question. To t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 October 1904

ROOSTS FOR THE TURKEYS They Should Be Located on the South Side of a Barn or Other Farm Building. T. F. McGrew, writing in a bulletin of the United States department of agriculture, says: Turkeys do best when thay can rest in the open. If well fed they will thrive mow in the shelter of trees than In a close confined house. The troubles that arise from allowing them to live in the trees are that they become wild and frequently are stolen. If housed, their quarteis should be airy, roomy and perfectly clean. It is not TAKE CARE OF YOUR ROFE Use Plenty of Soap Where There Is Much Friction and Prevent It from Twisting. AN IDEAL TURKEY ROOST, wisa to have them roost with other poul try. If found necessary to confine them, alt that Is needed is a shed or house that will protect them from the elements and marauders of all kinds, and at the same time not be too confining for them Plae the roosts well up from the floor and keep the interior perfectly clean and free from vermin, rn localities ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 October 1904

. .1.1. i. I U JU.J IS SU". THE GAZETTE ONLY $1.00 i vii- California BPS Oregon Washington Fast through trains daily over the Chicago, Union Pacific & North -Western Line. Direct route and excellent train service. Two trains a day to San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland through service of Pullman compartment, drawing-room and tourist steeping cars. Dining cars, library and observation cars, buffet smok ing and tree reclining chair cars. Daily and Personally Conducted Excursions For tickets and information apply lo a&ents of The North-Western Line or addresi W. B. Kniskern. P.T.M. C. A N. W. RY. Chicago G. A. Ilamel was a business tor in Chicasro vestedav. -i B. P. Drumtnond has returned from a visit to the World's Fair. J. VV. Richardson and family visited in Oregon over Sunday. Will Scliade and wife are fitending the World's Fair at St Louis. Fred Scluichart spent several Jays in Chicago the fore part of the week. ' Thad Smith and wife went to St. Louis yest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 November 1904

FHE ASHTON Gaz ETTE. VOL. X. NO. 37. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1904. WHOLE NUMBER 505. A GRAND RALLY 2,500 People Attend Ashton's Big Republican Rally. GOOD ORATORS SPEAK ON LEADING ISSUES RMfkRMert, Boys! Marthlaf Club Art Fire Work Form Part of The Blf DcwMStratkta- Not for many a day has Ash ton seen such an evening as Monday, vith a grand display of fire works, processions and noises of all kinds. All fall, the question of: "When is Ashton to have a rally," has been asked by every one, and from the time the fir3t poster was off the press announcing the date, young America has been laying in a supply of tin horns, fire crackers and instruments of noise. The evening was warm and the sky was clear which were the principal things of making the rally a success. us one hundred and seventy mil lion dollars prior to 1902, they were now self sustaining. Mr. Buntain also spoke on the army and navy question, and said that Roosevelt's advo:ation of strong army and navy was tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 November 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. ASHTON. DEAN, Publisher. ILLINOIS Chairman George B. Cortelyou, ot :be Republican National Campaign sommlttee, is an intense devotee ot physical culture and a great lover o outdoor sport. He was an experienced luntsman at the age of 12. . A strong public sentiment is being roused in England against what is sailed the motor-car peril. Every day Ihe newspapers print letters describing accidents and calling attention in smphatic terms to the encroachment apon the rights of the public by motor :ar and motor cycle owners and Jrivers. Althoush mora than 70,632,000 cuuic teet of black walnut were received at Hamburg in 1903, the supply of this rariety of American lumber does not Equal the increasing demand. Virginia whitewood, pitch pine and cedar find ready markets at good prices. The cedar that is most in demand is that which maye be used in the manufacture of artistic furniture and lead pencil. Out of 10,000,000 voters in France there are from 7,000,000 to 8,000...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 November 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. ILLINOIS JOY EVERYWHERE. leal there li Joy In tin mornln light; Joy In the rising tun; toy at the open door of night - After the day Is done. Joy In the floating clouds o'erhead; Joy In the azure skies; toy when the autumn leaves of nt Bring us a glad surprise. lloy In the early flowers of spring; Joy In the birds' sweet song; lloy the returning echoes bring. Cheerily borne along. oy in the fervid noonday glowIs It a pleasant dream? lay In the very winds that blow; Joy In 'the dancing stream! Joy in the glades, the rocks, the rlll; Joy on the mountain side; Joy on the plains and wooded hills; Joy on the rushing tide! If we have hope for Joys above, Happy our lives may be, Shining with rays of peace and love Over a stormy sea. -B. F. M. Sours, In United Presbyterian. THE MISSISSIPPI BUBBLE Br EMERSON HOUGH Author of "The Story of the Cowboy," "The Girl at the Ealtway House." Eto. Copyright, 1908, bj BmwnoB Housb.) CHAPTER XLII. Costin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 November 1904

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBr.WMEC KVKRY THURSDAY. TEKMS OF SU11SCRIPTION. One year Hix months. 'I'll roe months $1.00 .50 - .25 Kntered at tlie postoffiee in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1904. To the Voters. (By Bey. J. It Hamilton.) Attention of all voters is culled to a matter of moment, coming' before the peaplc of Illinois at - the coming' election? Our last legislature passed down to the people of the state, for their approval, an amendment to the Constitution. This amendment lias for its purpose this: To enable the legislature to grant to the city of Chicago A NEW CHARTER. The present charter is all that the Constitution will permit it to be, yet it is short, and very far short, of that which is demanded i for a great metropolitan city. Although the privileges promisable are ample for any other city of the state. For a quarter of a century the legislature has been struggling by way of enactments, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 November 1904

1 What People 5 Isaac Trask went to Dixon Friday. R. Lesslie(& Son have shingled their office. F. A. Ahreds, of Dixon, was in town Friday. Harry " Quick' was a caller in Dixon Friday. Geo. Griffith's house is in the hands of painters. Geo. Meister and son were Dixon callers Saturday., F. D!. Chad wick, was home, from Lee, over Sunday. A. M. Shaw, of Dixon,, was a caller in town Saturday. Miss Atta Wright visited in Dixon a few days this week. Miss Louise Kliebe visited in Dixon Friday, returning- Saturday. Will Hart and sister Mary returned from Chicago Saturday evening. Earl .Miller, -of Dixon, was here a couple days recently yisiting his father. J. VV. Swan and E. S. Miller were business callers in Dixon Thursday, Geo. K. Charters and family have moved into their beautiful now home. Mrs. Howard Quick and Miss. Eva Anderson were passengers U Dixon Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fehlkirchnerare the proud parents of a baby daughter. J. T. Gilbert, of near Franklin Grove, was a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 November 1904

Gods Foundation and the Superstructure Sermon by the "Highway and Byway" Preacher. i Copyright, 1W4, l7 J . H. EdHD . ) I Chicago, Sunday. October SO, 1904. 1 Text: "Nevertheless the foundation of God standeth sure, having this seal, The Lord knoweth them that are His. And let every one that nameth the name of Chris' depart from iniquity. "-2 Tim. 2:19. HE "nevertheless' of our text points us back to the pre ceding verses in which the apostasy of certain members of the church, par ticularly Hymenaeus and Philetus, is referred to and their false doctrines denounced and brought into sharp contrast with the enduring truth of God. In the con ceit of their own human wisdom they have been striving to lay other founda tions, forgetful of God's Word, that "other foundation can no man lay than that is laid, which is Jesus Christ. And men have not ceased in their ef forts to lay foundations of their own construction. Hymenaeus and Philetus have left a numerous progeny in the world, and to-day...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 November 1904

HAPPY WOMEN. Mrs. Pare, wife of C. B. Pare, a prominent resident of Glasgow, Ky., says: " I was suffering from a complication of kidney troubles. Besides a bad back, I had a great deal of trouble with the secretions, which were exceedingly variable, sometimes excessive and at other times scanty. The color was high, and passages were accompanied with a scalding sensation. Doan's Kidney Pills soon regulated the kidney secretions, making their color normal and banished the inflammation .which caused the scalding sensation. I can rest well, my back is strong and sound and I feel much better in every way." For sale by all dealers, price 50 cents per box. FOSTER-JIILBUEN CO., Buffalo, N. Y. PISO'S TABLETS The New Boon for Woman's Ills. IAILENT suffering from any form of female I disorder is no longer necessary. Many I modest women would rather die bylnches I I than consult anyone, even by letter, about their I private troubles. PISO'S TABLETS attack the I source of the disease and give re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 3 November 1904

THE GAZETTE ONLY $1.00 California EP'S? Oregon Washington Fast through trains daily overthe Chicago, Union Pacific & North -Western Line. Direct route and excellent train serviceJ Two trains a day to San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland Through service of Pullman compartment, drawing-room and tourist sleeping cars. Dining cars, library ana oDservation cars, ounet sidok- ing and free reclining cnair cars. Iff Daily and Personally Conducted Eieunions For rickets and information apply to agents of The Nortb-Westeni Line or sddreis W. B. Kniskcrn. P.T.M. C. 4 N. W. HY. Chicago ONLY 5 CENTS EXTRA Tor this paptr and ih WEEKLY INTER OCEAN OF CHICAGO- 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 floriculture care of the horse boys' and girls' page International Sunday School Lesson--Home Health Club Mine. Midland's health and beauty hints new household ideas practical coo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 November 1904

ASHTON ... tiE ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1904. WHOLE NUMBER 506. THE ELECTION Ashton Votes Go Overwhelmingly Republican. LEE COUNTY ALSO IN THE BAND WAGON Laadstld l Greatly la Excess of That In 1900. Returns Show Greatest Plurality Knowi. Continued, Prosperity Assured. ! The.prcsidentia! election passed off Tuesday to the entire satisfaction of the winning side, and nearly everybody.was on the winning: side. There wa3r aboui thirty voters registered, who did not vote, they being people who were out of town temporarily. ' There was no undue excitement over the election, but nearly everybody was on hand to complete the landslide for Teddy. The following figures is the vote of Ashton, and is a criterion to show how general the snow storm was all over the country. i For President. Theodore Roosevelt Alton li. Parker Silas C. Swallow fur Governor, Charles S.. IKftieen tawerencc Bv Stringer Robert IL Patton For Congrciwnian, Robert K. Hitt John Erwin T It 1ST I t..n 251 39...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 November 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. - ILLINOIS Though the ocean covers about three-fourths of the surface of the earth, it does not, In the same proportion, provide for the wants of man. It is. estimated that only about three per cent, of the people In the world obtain their living directly from the sea. The development of the dairy industry in the United States is scarcely realized by business men. In 1898 the butter haul over the Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad was four hundred thousand pounds. Last year it was nearly fourteen millions, the gain coming wholly from developments of creameries along the line of road. NOVEMBER...1904 Sun. Mon. Taei. Wed. Thn. Frl. Sat. 12 3 4 5 6"789 10 IT 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27I28I29I30I 1 k N, M. f 7th. 3F.Q. ?F.M. fTL.0. Hth. V22nd. Q.30th. An agreement has been made by the acting governor of British Honduras with Mr. Buckner Chipley, of Pensacola, Fla., by which the latter is to pay one cent each for the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 November 1904

The Ashton Gazette 12. J. DEAN. Publisher. ASHTON, - - ILLINOIS BLUEBELLS. Here, on Ih.'s scanty strip of Boll Unworthy cf the farmer's toll. The shore of yonder sea of heather, The happy bluebells dance together. .No moment still; they cannot rest, Bo much are they with joy possest. The summer day, the summer night, Are tremulous with deep delight. And1 if a dash of sudden rain Should seek to mar their mirth, 'tis vain; They shake the Idle drops away, And still they glory, and are gay. Who hears the music they must know To keep them still rejoicing so? Blithe little careless bells of blue. Fain were my heart to dance with you. Once, In a dream or In a trance, I heard the strain that bids you dance; That mystic, magic minstrel blew For me for me a noto or two; .Music scarce meet for mortal ear, Yet, oh, so strange and sweet to hear! Thenceforward must my heart complain To hear that uncompleted strain. That cannot be on earth; It may In some serene, Immortal day. Oh, human heart Insa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 November 1904

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PDEI.ISHKP KVKKY THUHSllAV. ti;ksjs ok subscription. One yeiir - Kix months, -'riiree months Sl.oo .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashtou, Illinois, as second-class matter. telephone No.ee. THURSDAY, N.QV. 10, 1904. The entertainment given jn the Sclmcliart opera house Friday pvenii)"-, by the Musical lloyles, was the oneninsr event of the coming- winter amusement season, but owing- to a political meeting n a neighboring village, the attendance was not quite up to the ,-iverage, but, at all events, it was as tine at) entertainment as was ever given the people pf Ashton. The Musical Iloyies is a troupe of six persons, their parts being flutist, violinist, cornetist, pianist, clarinetist and a reader. The attraction was put on the stage under the auspices of the Young Men's Social Club. The opening number was an' overture, Ameripus, by the orchestra. The duet fry 1 Kolk and W. G. Hoyle, on the clarinet and flute, was yery ...

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