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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 November 1904

.if. ill I What People Jlre DoingS Mr. Stevens, of Rochelle, was a guest at the Geo. Luckey home Sunday. . The Mjsses Moons went to Chi cag'o Thursday. Miss , Anna Griffith went tc Rochelle, Friday. Mr. Wedler, of Ro:helle, was in town Monday. Isaac Earl and wife visited in Rochelle, Thursday. E. F. Chapman was a business caller in Dixon Monday. Geo. Stephen is the new night operator for the Farmers' Telephone Co. M. L. Lyon came out from the city Monday evening, to be on hand for election. ' Lee county is now far in the lead in the number of schools Isaac Trask was a business having state diplomas. caller in Oregon, last week. Miss Lillian Flick.of Davenport W. H. Hess of Mendota was Iowa, visited Monday with her here on business, Thursday. cousin, Miss Theresa Beahen. Mrs. bmith Andersdn was a part 0f the tiaiiv papers were passenger to DeKalb, Friday. destroyed Sunday, "as usual. This From now until January 1st, time it was the Chicago A(eri 1906, The Gazette for one dollar, can ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 November 1904

OiPL OUTICQUARREL STRAINED RELATIONS IN THE CORPS AT WASHINGTON. JAP AMD RUSS ARE FRIGID South American Representatives Are Given to the Use of Strong Perfumes That Are ObnoxiousOther Capital Gossip. Washington. Now that most of the diplomatic corps have . returned to Washington the Russian ambassador and the Japanese minister are engaged in a sort of game of "hide and seek." Count Cassini is the dean of the corps and custom requires that certain courtesies be paid to him by the other members. He is punctilious in requiring these attentions and the Minister TaKamra. corps is equally punctilious in paying them. On account of the war between Russia and Japan the relations of the ambassador and minister are necessa rily vorv Ktrained and they avoid meeting each other as much as possi ble. The etiquette of the corps, how ever, requires greetings between these diplomats if they should meet in any public place and the rule is oDservea, but not with very good grace. Both the diplomats have...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 November 1904

PORTABLE HOG-HOUSE. Here Is a Cheap Structure Which Can Be Built by Any Handy Farmer. The Dortable hog-house, as de scribed and illustrated In the Farm ere' Bulletin, is constructed with the idea ol giving a warm and conven- PORf ABLE HOG-HOUSE. ' lent structure at a reasonable price. It is built five by six feet The frame can be made of four two by four Bmntiinea of the same length. The accompanying cuts show the method cf building sufficiently plain to enable nnv Derson who is handy with tools to construct one. Fig. 1 shows the house PLAN OF CONSTRUCTION. tet up and the window partly open. Fig. 2 represents the different parts before being put together. Such a house can be built for about five dollars. If it is taken down twice a year and whitewashed, it will last a long .. time. Ohio Farmer, rur rniT AND ITS DAM. Some Suggestions as to the Treatment They Should Becelve at This Time of Year, It is often a question what to do with the young colt and how he should be treated and han...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 10 November 1904

f. We are positively going to close out the large stock of general merchandise, which is located in the Schuchart Building, as we intend to discontinue the business in Ashton. The figurep we have herein name(J will certainly move the stock. We do just as we advertise. We have the goods and don't want them. Call and be convinced. "Now is the time to secure r bargains. p rices surprisi 6INDERSK1RTS I Black and Fancy Striped Mercerized Skirts that were formerly $1.50 to 13.50 i cro at this sale for $1.75, .98 and - - - - 75 cents! , . . ..CORSETS AN D WAISTS . . Ball's, McKay's and 20th Century brands from .49 down to.,.,.., - , n1 19fi" Velyets, Corduroys, fancy silks for waists, were selling at 50 and 1.00, now1 going at 50 and - - - - - - " 25 cents Yarns in all colors that were 10 cents, will go at - - 7 cents Muslins which formerly sold at 6 to 12 cents, to move them quick at;4 to 8 cents ' Tennis Flannels and Flannelettes, selling everywhere at 7, 10 and 12h cents,; go at this sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 November 1904

AshtoIn The G AZETTE -VOL. X. NO. 39. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 190f WHOLE NUMBER 507. HERE AT LAST The Long Looked For Improvements Under Way $ i b.ooo to be Expended The JVtasoi HaV Arrived To Uy The Foun datloe For The New Water Plant. Yesterday the masons arrived to start work ort the new waiter plant, to be erected here by the Chicago & Northwestern rail road. Three carloads of tools are set out on the side track. At the late hour of going to press we have not the full details at hand but we understand the improvement will cost $15,000 The well will probably be drilled some where betweeij. the two west elevators of A. L. Clark A ' Co., along the switch tracks arid the tanks are to be located on both side of the -pump house The boiler which will be installed is to be of a modern type and the pumpiriir capacity will be increas- - cJ about 500 barrels per Ii i itr. About the greatest difficulty with locum itives is tli t caused by lime from-the water use...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 November 1904

THEODORE ROOSEVELT. i i President-Elect of the United States. REPUBLICANS WIN AT THE BALLOT BOX Roosevelt and Fairbanks Elected President and Vice President by Overwhelming Majority Election Returns New York, Nov. 14. Theodore Roose- ' velt, cf New York, and Charles W. Fairbanks, of Indiana, will receive, according to the latest returns from the election last Tuesday, 343 electoral votes lor president and vice president, as againBt . 133 votes for Parker and Davis, the ' democratic candidates. The total papula lar vote is estimated at 14,500, pOO, of "Which Roosevelt received 8.356,500; Parker, 6,143,500; Roosevelt's plurality, 2,213,000. President Roosevelt has announced that he will not be a candidate Xor another terra. It will require the official count to determine whether Maryland will be placed in the republican or democratic column. From the returns thus far re ceived the indications are that the re' publicans have elected seven and the democrats one of the electors of that t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 November 1904

. ANOTHER LIFE SAVED. Mrs. G. W. Fooks, of Salisbury, Md., wife of G. W. Fooks, Sheriff of Wico mico County, says: "I suf fered with kidjney complaint for eight years. It came on me gradually. I felt tired and weak, was "short of breath and was trouMerl with y$fj bloating, after J" eating, and my limbs were badly swollen. One doctor told me it would Anally turntoBright's disease. . I was laid lip at one time for three weeks. I had not taken Doan's Kidney .Pills more than three days when the distressing aching across my back disappeared, and I was soon entirely cured." For sale by all dealers. Price 68 ' cents. Foster-Miiburn Co. , Buffalo.N. Y. Peculiar Steed. At a little dinner the other night the statement was made that the colored race had longer memories than white folk. Mark Twain, who was present, agreed with the remark, and to prove it told the following: "Some years ago, when south, I met an old colored man who claimed to have known George Washington. Tasked him If he was in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 November 1904

?HE ASHTON GAZETTE , RALPH J. DEAH,' EDITOR AMD PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVIvfiV THURSDAY. I'KKMS 01' SUBSCRIPTION..One year - - - - $1.00 Six months, - - - .50 iThree months - - - .-..25 Entered at the postoflicc in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1904. PAW'S METHOD. (When paw does somethln' wrong an , knows That maw'll rail hirn down, Xle don't come home an' brave It out An' throw the thin.q:3 arouu', But he will kind o' heave a Blgh, Fer paw Is. mighty slick, An' look as thnugii he'd like to cry, ' An' act as it he's sick. It's then he talks o' business cares ' Till you ki;i feel the glrom. As aunty says, ccme down the stairs ' An settle In the room, (Till maw begins to eel a throb O' pity fer him; so, . Instead of callln o him down, Bhe cheers him up, by Jo! Indianapolis Sua The Reason. Madnro -Janett&, how do you Imagine that Sirs. Joiics always keeps Lor lxir so wavy? Jennetto I guess she sends It out and has it fixed ever...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 November 1904

:--. I What People JIre Doing. Wm. Harber, ofTonqua, Perm, Jardinercs at factory prices. - The Racket. Mittens at a barThe Racket Gloves and gain. II. E. Chad wick went to the county capital Tuesday. -' A. Li. Clark was as a Franklin - Grove caller Tuesday. L. E. Rundle was a passenger to DeKalb Friday. John Charters went to -Eo.t c belle Friday afternoon. Clyde Bancroft of Franklin Grove was in town Friday; -.. Miss Wahl spent Saturday and .Sunday at her home in Sterling1. Mrs. C. J. Hicks, Alice and Harry went to Dixon, -Saturday. Chas. Krug- and wife, were Dixon callers Saturday. Misses Mary and Lucy . Hart Went to Dixon Saturday. h M. H. Randall was a business dUlcr in Diiton Saturday. . v MMrs. E. S. Millerof Dixon, came up to spend the day,. Thursday, G. II. Brewer went to St. Louis last week to attend the Fair. G. A. Tlamel was-a caller" in Dixony Thursday. VV. B, Iluetlier was in Chicago,. Thursday. sec tittj e'eirant. line-, ot Lhin.v ware at the Racket, just received Will ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 November 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. ILLINOIS A white leghorn egg farm Is about to bo startea- at Delaware, Ripley county, Ind., for which 2,000 hens and pullets are wanted to begin. If the leghorn averages 18 dozen eggs a year, as many friends of that breed claim, 2,000 of them will make lively work for the boys who gather and pack the eggs. According to a report .of the Swiss consul general in Yokohama, no one would have flared ten years ago to predict Japan's wonderful development. In 1893 its foreign trade was about $93,500,000; in 1903, $303,500,000. The bank deposits of Tokyo in 1895 amounted to less than $18,500,000; in 1903 they had risen to $66,500,000; those of Osaka amounted to $5,000,000 in 1893 and to $38,500,000 in 1903. Advocates of temperance can hardly be expected to welcome the announcement that the United States now ranks ahead of Germany in the production of beer, although some friends and promoters of home industry may derive satisfaction . from the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 November 1904

m t t n hft Amnion UdZeLieie said, when he was near enough. R.J. DEAN, Publisher. . ILLINOIS ASHTON, AGE. "The hoary head li a crown of glory." Proverbs 16:31. . . Ii the beat of life the gokl that our youth li eald to hold? It the preface to be chosen, or the story that la told? ' It la better, 'so It seems, to have wakened from the dreama, To have aeen the glamour pasting, while It left the truer gleamaj To have learned that always peace gives our petty carea release, Hushes all the Idle clamor, blda the fretting troubles cease. Better, thus, with folded hands, musing on the falling sands, Than to strive and atralu and struggle-tor at last one understands That the moving pen of fame writes eacn hour a newer name, And the scroll of all the victors goes to feed the fickle flame. It Is best to calmly gaze down the pathway of the days . , Strewn with withered wreathe of laurel, lined with myrtles and with bays. Snows of three score years and ten may make white the heads of men, But th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 17 November 1904

A MysTBuy .SOLVED Original. ? tn 1SS0 I vent to Chiengo to live nnd purchased ti dwelling house on what U willed the north side. A house that J;ad stood on the tairo lot had been burned In the great Cre of 1871, tlio one I bought having been built two years later. I made the acquaintance of Lloyd Churchill (the names in this story are nil assumed) a steady, religious young man, find I invited liiiri to dine with mo. Churchill, I understood, had lost his sweetheart, Aline Hai?,t, during the Chicago Are, she having been among the missing after that great conflagration. I noticed during the dinner that Churchill was very much depressed, and Inter, when we were alone together, he told me that the house which had stood on the ground I now lived on Ji:ul belonged to David Tiggott, the only man he had feared as a rival for the love of Aline Ilaight. From what Churchill told me I gathered that Tiggott was a wild follow, and Miss Ilaight was a mild feminine type of "Dr. Jekjil and Mr. Hyde,"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 November 1904

Mi'. HE ASHl VOL. X- Vm. 40. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THUBS IY, NOVEMBER 24. 1904. WHOLE NUMBER 508. X ':X I IS LIFE WORTH LIVING?" FATHER L. J. VAUGHAN OPENS THE ENTERTAINMENT SEAsow: Discourse Appreciated by an Enthusiastic Audience. The Rey. Father L. J. Vaugh an opened the series of enter tainments to begiren in the Sehuc ' hart opera house the coming: win ter, on last Thursday- evening, to n well filled house. Rev, Vaugh- ' ftn, ,who is from the Diocese of 'the Hoi j , Cross, "wna introduced by Rev. J. R. Hamilton, and: was warmly welcomed, by considerable applause as he approached the ataire. -. . Jlis theme vrar.', 4,Is Life Worth Jiving," which jrwas oimf nbly handled, and s. hi hearers fol-Jowe4-bin all through the lights and shadows 'of- life ' from the ftttind point of today, they, "grew more and more appreciative from jthe .fact that, the .' subject was - handled by one whose sympathies rc far reaching, and who appreciates the different phrases of cxistance to lie', found on. e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 November 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher, ASHTON. ILLINOIS Sweden has had tor years a law under which foreign commercial travelers soliciting orders have topay a tax of $23.80 for every period of 30 days of their sojourn in Sweden. Forelgners, particularly Germans, who furnish the largest percentage of the said commercial travelers, are very much dissatisfied with this regulation. Attention has been called to the depths of two deep shafts in India. The Ribblesdale shaft of the M-ysore njjne has reached 3,030 feet in depth, while the Garland shaft of the Champion reef is 2,750 feet. The attainment of such depths as these bears eloquent tribute" to; the. activity of mining An tbfr::M.ystjie district of In A WEEK'S RECORD .All the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed. HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS News of the Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Happenings at Home and Abroad. THE NEWS FROM ALL THE WORLD On March 3 of this year a law was promulgated in Spain prohibiting work on Sun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 November 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. ASHTON. B. J. DEAN, Publisher. ILLINOIS CHILD CLIMBING THE STAIRS. little one climbing the hallway stairs, I watch you and meditate; For all unconsciously, step by step. You mirror the soul's estate. I ee you gleefully make the attempt;' I note the uplifted eye; And tlienilaboriously, one by one. Too mount the stepson hlgJi. Little one climbing the hallway stairs, Bo careful, the way Is steep! And the little hands and feet are weak For the task of the upward creep. 'TIS many a fall you've had, alas! And many a bump and bruise! But hope brims full In your little heart, And Quickly the task renews. , Little one climbing the hallway stairs, Look up, and climb, nor fear! For close in the shadow a watcher stands, And fatherlv arms are near. Now over the topmost step you rise, And your eye Is flashed on me. Uy glad heart warms and joins you in Your cry of victory. ' Little one climbing the hallway stairs, I speak to myself in you, For I am a child with an upward task...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 November 1904

::J ' "TV." tctr.-L s.njatw J HE A$HTON OAZETTE EDITOR ANP fjlBLISHER. PUBUSHRip CV8Ry TRSrMY. JTjtMS OjF SUBSCRIPTION. One year .... $1.00 Six indh'thit, " r - " - ' - .50 .Three tl(6nths - ' - - - .25 Entered at .the postofljce in As,hton, ' ' Illinois, as secdiitl-'ciass uiate'r: TELEPHONE NO.P5. .THVV$P&Y, JjlOV. 24, I9O4. FACTS IN FEVy LINES The horse spur is said jto have heen .osed since 300 B. C. ' The number of miners emnldyed In (Great Britain is 871,888. .' Prussia has 2,033 associations of stenographers, with Cl,31 nembers. Germany's chief exports to am Afri can colonies consist of spirituous 11J The prevailing rejgion of Korea is a feneral and ideep seated oeiiei in evil spirits. An Austrian statistician finds that he average lease of life of a medical1 practitioner Is slxtfeyears. ' The population of Korea Is 17,000,jtiOO, Including ' 25,000 Japanese, who (Control 1 the country' activities. A Russian' medical Journal says Japanese physicians are' almost Inv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 November 1904

What People Jlre Doing. I 9 Be Thankful. E. J. Yenerich went to Dixon, Friday. W. C Yenerich was a Dixon visitor Saturday. The turkey's death warrant was read at sunrise. Wilburn Paddock returned to Ashton Saturday. Will Anderson went to Dixon Monday afternoon. Robert Johnson of near Oregon was in town Friday. Miss Alice Tuck visited in Rachelle Friday evening. Mrs. T. Wi Hunt visited in Rochelle over Sunday.- Joe Webster and family visited in Dixon over Sunday. Mrs. Chas. L. Clark visited in Franklin Grove Friday, Mrs. Geo. H. Brewer was in Franklin Grove, Friday. Mrs, John Greve and bsby are visiting- her relative! in Chicago. Mrs. S. D. Clark of Rochelle is visiting relatives north of town. S. T. Zeller arrived on the Sterling passenger Monday morning. Mrs. Elizabeth Putman visited wfth relatives in KocUelle Thursday. M. II. Randall made a business trip over to Col. Lowden's farm Monday. John Sindlinger went to DeKalbTuesday'to visit with his daughter. Mr. J. McNary, of Chicago, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 November 1904

AThanksgiving Code Uy JESSIE, LLEWELLYN THEY stood at a high mansard window and looked out through ths tops of bare branches. The stars and the street lights blinked at each other across the cold, blue distances. All of human history seemed inarching, ghostlike, through the pale night. , "This is Thanksgiving," she said. "Is it, yes?" he asked, irrelevantly. ' "What a little question in such a big world," she replied evasively, and then, "Thanksgiving! I wonder if everyone nowadays is not more resentful for what he has not than thankful for what he has?" Her mood did not please him, because it did not include him, for it is rude to be impersonal when alone with one man. She leaned out over the window ledge and drew a long breath: '"On a still, cold night like this events of the past seem near Just on the other side of the darkness. I was thinking of the thanksgivings of Miles StandIan and Priscllla and the others. How tittle they had to be grateful for, and yet how religiously great...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 November 1904

BITS BY THE WAT. The average age at which women marry In civilized countries it 2Ztf years. in Hilly Thibet little donkeya are placed In a bag fastened to the mother'a back when she mates a long trip. Moonshine nas been found to have a marked effect en stammering. .People so afflicted stammer most at the full of the moon. . Johnny Barwtc, a Canadian boy, who has been attending school at Pomona, Cal., refused, the other morn ing, to salute the American flag when it was raised en the school building and was expelled, the board of educa tion subsequently approving his' expul sion. Two hundred men at Bird Springs. Lincoln county, Kev., have notified the county clerk that they do not wish to cast their ballots at the coming elec tion. They say that they are too busy and desire that precinct lately created In that district be discontin ued. A man in San Francisco fell off an electric car in such a manner that he skidded along the rough street in a Bitting posture for several yards. Had be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 24 November 1904

thanksgiving; exercises THE PUBLIC SCHOOL APPROPRIATELY OBSERV- ' ED DAY OF THANKS All Rooms Participate With Extra Ability And Talent In . Evidence. The public school fittingly 'Celebrated the Thanksgiving festival yesterday , afternoon, With quite a lengthy, program, which included a large number of pupils, in songs imd recitations. They IU credit to themselves, lirrd the'able corps of teachers in whose charge the program was carried out. The following gives the entire . . . 1' A I. .1 program, witli tne names ui pupils who participated, therein: (Bom I. M'ss W1"' Teactier,) Song, Jack Frost, School, poem, Thanksgiving Song, School. Thanksgiving Joys, Henry Stephan, William . Wallace, John Jones. Thanksgiving Day, . Marjorie Griffith. Song, Mr. Rooster and Mrs. Hen. Maple Leaf Story, M. B, Griffith, Catherine Nelson, Clinton Billmire, Mae Wolf. Poem, Story of a Seed, School. Tommy, to the Turkey. . Wilbur Hanson. Little Pilgrim Maid. Miriam Rosecrans. Song, The Turkey Gobbler, Sch...

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