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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 December 1904

EikE A SHI FTTR VOL. X. NO. 41. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1904. WHOLE NUMBER 509. 'ON GAZ FARMERS' INSTITUTE The Farmers ot Lee County Will Hold Their Annual Meeting Here This Mon-h A FINE PROGRAM HAS BEEN ARRANGED Several Stctken of Note Will Talk oa tcrestlai Subject A Look List of Prizes for tbe Competitors. In The annual meeting of the Lee County Farmers' Association will be held in Ashton December 20, 21 and 22. Below is the complete program as well as a list of the prizes and the names of per sons who contributed to tbe in stitute, PROGRAM. Tuesday Afternoon 1 p.m. Prajer. Secretary's Report, Fred A; Law ton. Treasurer' report, W. C. Yen- eriih. A talk n clover, C. C. Pervicr, Sheffield, III. ' , ' Discussion. Small Fruit on the Farm, JL. Hart well, Dison. , Discussion. Evening Session, 7:30 p.m. Music, Ashton talent. Address, Agriculture in the District School, O. J. Kern, Rock ford. ; Music or Reading-, Ashton talent. Education as Related to the Business of Far...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 December 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN. Publisher. ASHTON. ILLINOIS Living pictures clever and finished representations of groups taken from Dresden and Sevres china are very popular at one of the London music halls. ,,J Total exports of -wool from Argentina In 1903-'04 were 411,385 bales (of about 880 pounds each), against 479.244 bales In 1902-'03. The 1903-'04 exports were the lowest for the past nine years. About 1,000 acres of valuable fruit land has been brought under water by the construction of the De Weese dam, In the Wet mountain valley, near Westell ffe, Col. The reservoir Is one of the largest in the centennial state, and Its waters will render valuable much land in Lincoln park, near Canon City. Thus far England has imported more oranges than any other fruit. The amount for the first seven months of the year was 4,249,774 hundredweight (475,974,688 pounds). Though the banana receipts were heavy, they were less by over one million hundredweight (112,000,000 pounds) than those of ...

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

The Ashton Gazette R.J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. r ILLINOIS EVERY MAN WHO ISN'T. I've never made a million through A sudden rise In stocks; No man has ever died and left JTo me a stack of rocks; I'-ve never yet turned out a book That made a hit and brought Jle surh a fortune as the heirs To "David Harum" got; , I've never chanced, somehow, to buy A gold mine for a song; Ko play of mine has ever caught The fancy of the throng; I've never had achance to wed A lady with a wad; Few roses have been strewn along The paths that I have trod. I never have owned Texas land, Andl so the oil wells there Have never made and never can Make me a millionaire; Eut there is one who thinks I'm grand, Who says if I could get A show I'd be the greatest man The world has seen as yet. Ah, well, she may be wrong; I tell Her that she Is, that I Am one of those foredoomed! to be Forgotten when they die; But she insists that I should dwell Upon the dazzling height, And in my heart of hearts I can't Help think...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 December 1904

t:. THE ASHTON GAZETTE ftALPH J. DEAH, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, tSKM O StlBStUfPTlOS'. One year Six months. Three hiortths $1.00 .50 - .25 Sutered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinoi, as secoild-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 68. THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1904 FARMERS' INSTITUTE. Continued -from Page One. Cake. White cake, first prize, $2. White Cuke, second prize, $1. Dark cake, first prize, $2. Dark cake, second prize, $1. Pies. Mince, first prize, $1. Mince, second prize, 50c. Apple, first prize, $1. Apple, second prize, 50c. Pumpkin, first prize, SI. Pumpkin., second prize, 50c, Butte?: First prize, one pound, $5 Second prize, one pound, $3. Third prize, one pound, one letting: of B. P. R. eggs, given by Mrs: Geo.- E. Noggle, Ashton, value $3. No creameries allowed to compete. All exhibits to be sent t . As'i ton by express, prepaid, in care of Fred A. Lawton, Lee county Farmers' Institute, . where boys or parents cannot come and bring same. All exhibits competing for a prize must be in the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 December 1904

i Wfat People JIre Doing. Clinton Billmire is on the sick -Mrs. O. B, Stowell, of Lonr list., IRidg-e, 111., Is visiting with W. J - .Will Anderson went toCbicajr Friday.' .... .. I William Shade jr;, went to Chi cajro Monday. : Thadr Smith was in Franklin Grove Friday. ; ; Harry Quick went to Franklin Grove Monday.. John Gjreyc spent Thanksgivinjf ioXJhicajfo. Fred Wood spent Thanksgiving in Sterling. . 4 -.Born to J. A. Roesler and wife, a daughter.Miss NilHc Chapman returned from Iowa Friday. Chas. Clark and-wife were Dixon visitors Monday. The Gajette is-only $1.00 per year. , Subscribe now. - M, M, Billmire was a business visitor in-Dixon Friday. jf. B. Farver and family spent Thursday in Nacfcasa,; , John B'eahen was a business caller in Dixon Monday.. ,, . ., . r W.' J. Stevenson was a business caller in Rochelle Monday. . . , ' Dr. Brown, wife and daughter were Dixon visitors Friday. . The Board of Supervisors w1 meet in Dijcqci next Monday., . John Beahcn and'family spent T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 December 1904

S1GT0N GOSSIP PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND THE OPPOSITION NEWSPAPERS. ADMINISTRATION'S POLICY To Consult Party Leaders on Federal Appointments Regret Over Retirement f roui the Senate of Senator Cockrell. ASHIN GTON. "The irfei that the 'Blank' is my personal organ ia entirely erroneous," is the way President Roose velt discredited the alleged . authoritative statement of a big New York newspaper the other day. This newspaper . had op- Roosevelt during J.he cam- naisn with all the vigor of its editorial columns, but since the sweep of election day it has been descanting upon the great responsibilities that rest upon the presideut, has undertaken to advise him as to his duties and has nut out what some were inclined 1 " posed to regard as a forecast of what the president would do on. the tariff, currency and other questions. The solicitude of this journal and other newspapers that were particularly strong in their attacks upon him before election Is very amusing to the president. He gets ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 December 1904

AN INEXPENSIVE BARN. ' Plans of a Serviceable Structure Erected by C. Keller, ft Nebraska f Farmer. The barn cost but 600, yet It is found to be very satisfactory. It is the property of C. Keller, of Lancaster county, Neb. The structure is entirely of light timbers and without the usual braces, beams and post which characterize a ham of this size. By referring to the diagram the great advantage of space and of handling the hay will do seen. The building is held securely together by the trestles connecting the plates. Vhiwa are constructed on the same principle as bridge spans. Since the barn was built In 1901, there have been several severe storms, but the structure has not spread. In making a durable foundation for the building, Mr. Keller, the owner, adopted rather original plans. He asks the farmers to notice the ordinary farm home and observe that in many cases the chickens and hogs have combined their efforts and about destroyed the stone wall; the chickens picking out the mort...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 December 1904

- m Commercial Printing 311 the Gazette Office. Over the Counter! Don't spend all your life in a poorly paidclerkship. Your wages are low because your place can be promptly filled by an untrained, person. We train ambitious men or women, in spare time, for positions that pay well because special training is required for filling them. If you want to change your work, we-. can train you for a salaried position in your new profession. You can keep right on at your present work until you change to the new. Start TODAY to Rise ! We can help you qualify, by mail, at small expense, for any of the following positions: Show-Card Writer; Ad Writer; Window Dresser; Bookkeeper; Stenographer; Mechanical Engineer; Mechanical Draftsman; Electrical Engineer; Electrician; Civil Engineer; Surveyor; Mining Engineer; Sanitary Engineer; Architect; Architectural Draftsman; Sign Painter; Chemist; Ornamental Designer; French, German, or Spanish, with Phonograph; Commercial Law. Write TODAY, stating which p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 December 1904

Fhe A G SHTO A7ETTE 1 VOL. X. NO. 42. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THUKSDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1904 WHOLE NUMBER 510. rrfc DEATH OF MRS. HUTCHINSON Community Shocked When the Intelllceocf of. Her Sal Demist Ws Announced- Mary Esther Hutchinson, daughter of Joseph and Mrs. Fletcher, of Sterling, Illinois, was born in Mason County, Ill.J February second, 1868, and died in Ashton, 111., December third, 1904, aged 36 years, 10 montTis and one day. The family moved, when Mrs, Hutchinson, was some four years of age, into Champaign County, this state, living on a farm in the neighborhood of Champaign city for a period of fourteen years when they moved into town. On the fifteenth of February, 1888, she was joined in wedlock wjth Albert E.Hutchinson, of her own city. They made their home in the place of their marriage for some six years and in March of J897 moved to Harmon, this county, being employed while there in agricultural pursuits. In March of 1901, the family moved to Missouri, remaining in .that sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 December 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN. Publisher, ASHTON, ILLINOIS Prof. Robert Koch has been presented with a portrait bust and a festschrift on the occasion of his UOih anniversary. As an advertisement of its thread a well-known firm has, after several attempts, connected Europe and Asia across the Bosporus with 1,250 yards of cotton. . v : The French provincial railroads are among the poorest in the world. Some of the cars are several decades old, and on one line, .not long ago, the floor gave way and the car literally fell to pieces. It is asserted by a sculptor that tha human foot is becoming smaller. Jfhe masculine foot of 20 centuries ago was about 12 inches long. The average man's foot of to-day is easily fitted with a No. 8'3 shoe, which is not more than 10 7-1 C inches in length. , ; . , . A Monroe county man who invested $529 in sheep last fall has sold $227 worth of wool, has 143 lambs that will 8 ,r? f wheV?ady fr market, which at four cents a pound makes them worth $572. Total...

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

The Ashton Gazette R.J. DEAN, Publisher ' ' ASHTON. - ' - ILLINOIS THE ANSWERING CHORD. The city's tumult surges high Here in this noisy, struggling street; With fretful voice and hurrlea feet . The restless morning march goes by. A thousand sounds are born and die. But one, that will not faint nor fall. Keeps up Its slow monotony An old street-organ's plaintive wail. A beggar, tremulous and blind, Is playing dreary airs that must Earn from the world a dally crust As long as weary hands can grind; ' But scant the wages that they find, for nowhere In the Jostling throng . Are lives with leisure left to heed The crude petition of a song. Clatter and rush andjdust and grime And the hot, tlfed morning done. But not a listener had they won The faulty tune, the halting time; v When with the sudden noonday chime From out the jingling medley come, Like words of comfort healing pain. The tender notes of "Home, Sweet Home." "There Is no place like home," he says, v The old, forsaken, homeless...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 December 1904

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH pEAH. .EOlTOfc AND PUBLISHER. (Il'BI,I3Hl RyKRY T.UUKSSAjY. TERMS CF SUBSCRIPTION. pne year lx iiioptha, - ,.1'hree iiion.hs " - 51.00 - .25 Sntered at ke posfoffice in Ast'to"' Illinois, a.k seCond-class matter. '' ,WE.P,WP.Nj: NO. 65. From .Uncle J-rry. flifi jfoyowjiiff ,lc(ttor wa received a ,fer $ays igo, .which (wjw delayed 'pa 1atisiiHssiou. Wc gyc it it .liere for t lie lienelit ol 'our readers i,n il ordinal style. ,AHliou;1i some what late, it is leyerlheless interesting1 to note he fjreat amount of enthusiasm With which a circus is received jby the natives of the Q.arks. ' ffesouiu. Sept. 17, '04. Dkr JSditijk: i thot f would j-ite and tell yoij about a circuss that we went to see the other day. Yew ought to bin there, and cause you wusent l will tel yew :ibout it. It was a awful hot day an we jrnz jest fiie enough to atop at fhe oute fortifications art git pur money cashed in paym' a cx- Jtra dime for each ticket an safely escaped into Jhe animal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 December 1904

What WopU Jin Doing. Does it Mean Anything to You Will wiener returned home Saturday. Fancy trunks and suit cases at Huether's. George Beach went id Dixon Saturday. , '. ChrUta;noyelties, Huether'B Will Haft and family spent x Sunday in Dixon. - W. IX-Anderson was a caller in Dixon Monday. A choice line "of sweaters at Huether's : ; John Beahen was a business caller in Dixon Monday. John Charters returned home from Chicago Saturday. W. J. Stevenson returned Mon day from a visit to Neponset. Elton Luckey and Harry Quick went to Utxon i nuay evening. J. M. Swan, E. S. Miller and Mr. Heckman spent Sunday in Dixon - . Miss Anna Sehuchart visiter relatives jn Rockford a few days this week, II. E. Vronian and' wife went down to Mendota Friday to visit their son Henry. " A. J. Butler went to Iowa, Tuesday n a business trip, "nd to see his land, ; ; Mrs. George K. Charters and daughter Niary went to Chicago .Tuesday morning. V JaI Saunders, of Minnesota, ' Came Saturday to visit with rela t...

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

1 IS DENT TO CONGRESS Roosevelt Stends His Annual Message to Lawmakers. MANY IMPORTANT SUBJECTS Sees Pressing Need for Latbor and Trust Legislation. NO WORD ABOUT TARIFF. Leaves the Subject for a Special Mes- ; sage Which He Promises at a Later Bate. fclioTka Goad Results from the Work ' 'of the Agricultural Department Ob til nen Oar Relation with I'orelfrn Conntrles and with the I'll 1 1ipnines lirgri Need of Adequate , Naval Force as Guarantee of Peace 'and Asks for Revision of Immigration l.nna, Washington, Dec. 5. President Roosevelt's annual message to congress makes some 18,000 words. In accordance with established custom considerable space Is devoted to a resume Of the year in the administrative departments of the government, but much of the message is given up to a discussion of those subjects which are considered of vital interest to the nation, and upon many of which he deems legislation needed. It Is this portion of the message which we give below. To the Senate, and Hous...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 December 1904

ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE For Net? York Central & Hudscn Elver Eailroad Company. ' Til. Rw Vork Oritral'a Nw 1U.' The most powerful electric locomotive in the world has just been completed foi the New York Central & Hudson ltiver Railroad in the shops of the General Klectric Company and the American Locomotive Works at Schenectady, N. Y. " This locomotive is one of between thirty and fifty which will be used by the Kailroad Company for hauling the through passenger trains within its Electrical Zone from Grand Central (Station through the Park Avenue tunnel to Croton on the Main Line, a distance of 31 miles, and to White l'lains on the Harlem, division, a distance of 21 miles. This will be the heaviest steam railway passenger service which has ever been handled by electric locomotives. With one of these locomotives trains of ten or more cars will be hauled' at express speed . of 60 to 70 miles per hour, and the 'design and method of control are such that two or more...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 8 December 1904

What People Ere Doing. Continued from page flve Clarence Baker spent Sunday for our CHRISTMAS TRADE We are now receiving the Largest and Finest Stock of PIANOS ever shipped to Northwestern Illinois, includmga large variety of makes in up-to-date styles. We solicit a care-i ful examination of our LARGE STOCK, and SPECIAL BARGAINS IN ALL LINES, and extend a cordial invitation to intending purchasers from neighboring towns, to visit our warerooms FREE OF EXPENSE. A few Piano-Organs, and other styles, but Mttle used, will - .be closed out at nominal prjces to make room for the larje numberof pianos coming. A GAR LOAD OF PACKARD OF THE BEAUTIFUL NEW STYLES SO MUCH IN DEMAND, will arrive about December 8th. This is the Largest Shipment of Fine Pianos ever made to this section, and affords the best opportunity ever offered here for the selection and purchase of a Piano. We Propose making this our banner year for the sale of Fine Pianos, and during the month of December all styles of both P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 December 1904

JTHE Asht Gazette. VOL. X. NO. 43. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THUBjDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1904. WHOLE NUMBER 511. jr. , . A SUICIDE - AT FLAGG John Hornstein Ends His Life by Miooung. BUSINESS WORRY IS THE CAUSE Ml Owi Weatoo Wat Used to Complete the ueca oi uean I nc kcpoit oi tw uiiii Apprises the Mother of Tncedy- The Methodist Bazaar. Last Saturday the ladies of the - - ' J, I T.-M..fc.'. 4,1. nd.it- lhav. .md - f u n. xI . Uieir i to The little town of Flagg and vicinity was greatly shocked on last Saturday afternoon, when the news was spread that John Hornstein had ended his life. Although he had made threats of his rash act a number of times, his deed was wholly unexpected. He resided on the farm his mother now occupies, which is about fiv milps past- nf Aahtnn. for the past year, his father hav- ing uieu some years ago. lie was born in 1877, consequently lie was, at the tune of his death 27 years of aire. For soma two or three weeks past it was noticed that he had eiti'lls u( mi'hiiii-hol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 December 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. ILLINOIS The business and residence buildings in U'urin Ciiy average about five stories, yet in the whole city there is not a first-class elevator. There are a few slow, uninviting concerns, which are called "lifts." Two engineers, of Southend, Eng., have compounded from the waste of chemical factories a new fuel for use In gas-heating, replacing asbestos and Are-clay, calling it "radiant." It costs no more than fire-clay, gathers and utilizes the blue flame, and affords three times the heat available in present gas-heating. To encourage working people to establish homes of their own, Norway has founded a bank for working men. It lends money at ZVi and 4 per cent, and gives the borrower 42 years in which to pay the loan. The total cost of the house must not exceed $800, and the area of land must not be more than five acres. Italian journalists are scoffing at catalogue prepared by the government. This catalogue was to contain specifi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 December 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. I WONDER. I wonder If behind the gates of Jasper, Where are the nodding fields of asphodel, There ore brown nooks that wak to childish laughter, ; And sunlit thickets where sweet songster! dwell; If 'nc-ath the leaves of some celestial blossom. Leaves silken textured and all dewy wet, There may not be laid close to heaven a bosom A sweet and shrinking azure violet. I'll want the violets and childish laughter, I'll want the rugged hiUs and slopes of green. The butterflies, and children running after, The sea, and sky, and cloudships in between; And all the friends I loved and love, who knew me, The dear hearts that have beat aga.nst - my own. The laughing eyes and glad hands stretched out to me, Those who have gone and going left me lone. I'll want the watch dog's bark and cattle's lowing, The lark s shrill song uprising with the sun, The fields of daisies billowing and blowing, The shallow creeks all laughing as they run, , The scent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 December 1904

... 'Ml!.'' JHE ASHTON GAZETTE J1ALPH J. DEAN. tDJTOR AMD PUBLISHER. .fUBIJSHED FVVKPY TyUKSPAV. TfcKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. pne year r 'jThree months $1.00 .50 - .25 filtered at the iostoflice in Ashton, Illjiyois, a second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 65. THURSDAY, DEC IS, 1904. PROBATE COURT Same order as above as regards sewer constructed tinder Ordinance No. 72, series 1904, City of Dixon. Estate of John R. Cliepman, deceased. Claim of Lottie M. and Louis Waldron set for hearing Dec. 13, at 11 a. m. Will of Susan Drinkwater filed and set ft.r hearing- December 24. lie Quirk. Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup Chamberlain's Coug-h Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even Estate of James Crombie, tie- after the croupy cough appears, will prevent the attack. It never fails, and is pleasant to take. For sale by Geo. Charters. jeeased. J. M. 1 rostle, agent by (appointment of the county board pi supervisors of Lee county, a creditor, is appo...

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