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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 December 1904

Mrs. 13. J. Beach left Saturday for a visit in Columbus, Ohio. Win, E. Trien was in Chicago Don't forget Huetlier's is the place for fur overcoats, H. E-, Chad wick went to Dixon Friday. Hem j Stevenson went toDixon Saturday. Large assortment of slippers Huether's Clean, wholesome meat at F. H. Bassler's Santa Claus' headquarters at the Racket, G. H. Brewer was a caller in Dixon Friday. " Sweaters, sweaters. Large as sortment at Huether's W. H. Hart was a business vis itor in Dixon Friday. Henrv Gross was a business Caller in Dixon Friday. Novelty Handkerchiefs Huether's Mr. Thome of the Dixon Sun was in town Thursday. . Dr. S. C. Gould spent Sunday and Monday in DeKalb. Miss Anna and Nellie Griffith went tp Rock ford Monday, Rev. Schuster went to Peoria Monday on a business trip. Mrs. F. D. Lahmen of Frank- . lin Grove was in town Thursday. Mr. 13. J- Walker spent several days visiting in Rock ford last week, Buy your Christinas goods at tile Racket and get a chance on the doll. Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 December 1904

1 NGTQN liaiELT TATTLINGS FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. PRESIDENT'S LITTLE JOKE i Ha3 Elevated the Bench" Supremo Court Justices May RetireSome Possible Changes in Senate Committees. , ASHINGTON. President Roosevelt jocularly claims that he has done much to elevate the bench. He does not claim that this is due so much to his appointments as to the faci that his candidacy at various times has re sulted in taking men oft the bench. The other day he met Judge Richards, whom le appointed some time ago as a federal circuit judge, and after receiving the toiler's congratulations on his victory, Jie laughingly said: "Well, judge, I have certainly been the means of elevating the bench in my areer." "Why, how is that?" asked the judge. "Well, you see I have been the means f taking several men off it, and then i have placed you upon it." . The men who left the bench on account of Mr. Roosevelt, were Judge TarUer, Judge Van Wyck and Judge Ilerrick, all of New York, and all members of the New York...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 December 1904

A TREE PLANTING IN WEST. How the Deficiency of Natural Forests May Be in Large Measure Overcome. Planted trees can be made to supply the deficiency of natural forests on the great plains, If well arranged. According to the United States bureau of forestry, in bulletin No. 52, Just m.hiiaiiPil the results to be obtained are sufficient to justify the expenditure of time and labor. An Intelligent selection of species followed by good care, is essential whothor fnr windbreaks or for thecoma mrrinl uroductB the planting should be carefully done, cedars and pines requiring particular care. For ordiTinrv nlantations the best practice is to use small trees and home-grown ORCHARD AMD GARDEN 2ACRCS VVOODUJT 1 ACRES PUBLIC HOAO . "a farmstead arrangement. Bowlines so far as possible. In many of the treeless districts of western v..... 11.0 ninntlncs mav b3 made Avctucao mv o to Hovvn a dual Dumose if well man aged, both as windbreaks and wood Into The sketch shows a farmstead on ho smith went ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 15 December 1904

Sil u. L.!i-jagiLuJ. What PeopU Jin Doing. Continued from page five The oil well Over near Chana is down oVef 800 feet. M. M. Billmirc made a business trip to Dixon Tuesday. Ladies' neck scarfs, Huether keeps a good quality. Miss Janet Griffith was a passenger to Chicago yesterday. Buy your gentleman friend a nice suit case Huether has a large variety. . Miss Lvdia Wahl spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents in Sterling. F. II. McDerniont came from Rugby, North Dakota, Tuesday, to join his family. Wilburfi Paddock went to Chicago yesterday to remain until after the holidays. See the New Scale, New Style No. 305 Crown Piano. Its a beauty.. Reynolds, Rochelle. The Quarterly Conference will will be held at 8 o'clock Monday morning at the M. E. Church. All accounts with me must settled before December 25th. F. H, Bassler, be Dr. H. A. Bremmer and Wm. Killmer returned from Nebraska Saturday. The Doctor bought a quarter section of land. The Gatette Book Store offers thcXhristmas trade...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 December 1904

Gazette. vol. X. NO. 44. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1904. WHOLE NUMBER 512. FHE ASHTCfN THE FARMER'S INSTITUTE The Lee County Farmer's Institute Convenes In Regular Session In This City Tuesday GREAT INTEREST MANIFESTED A Kumber of Good Speakers Address Large Ml Entboslastie Audiences In tbe Interest of Firmlnf Conditions Sessions Close Today The Lee County Farmers Institute opened its annual meeting In Ashton on Tuesday, Dec. 20th, at 1 p. m., with a good sized audience interested in the different topics to be discussed. The secretary's report of the minutes of their last institute was read, after which came the treasurer's report by Mr. W. C. Yenerick. The number of farmers present at the opening points to a most successful meeting for the farmer and his interests. A Talk on Clover. The first speaker introduced by the chairman, Mr. Roy Swigart, was Mr. C. C. Pervier, of Sheffield, 111., whose topic wa3: ' A Talk on Clover." Ho talked Quite Interestingly on the profit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 December 1904

' 1 ft A CHRISTMAS BARGAIN "Judy is my chief anxiety," wrote Judy's mother, Mrs. Phoebe Follansbee, to her sisler, Miss Jane Pringle. "Just as soon as we knew that the bank in which we had deposited our little all had tailed, Ethel went to work In the straw factory and Hetty Is learning drensmaking. I am sorry to say that Judj is still a little flighty very fond of pretty clothes, and not so sensible as t'J3 others. Judy must help, but I don't know what she can do." "Judy! Fudge! I suppose she means Susan Jane," said Miss Pringle to herself. "Well, I can't have her here, and that settles it." Nevertheless, this Is the letter that made its way by the next day's mail to the small gray house, under the shadow of u great bald-pate mountain, where poverty had flown In at the door: "Dear Sister Phoebe: I have been thinking that it would be handy to have a spry young girl to help me in the store. But she must be sensible and have good judgment, besides being spry, because I may want to sen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 December 1904

CARE OF SEED CORN. ABOUT INDIAN SUMMER. FBOM SCIENTIFIC SOURCES. A BEE CELLAR. Construction of Shelter in Which to Store tlw Hives During the Cold Weather. Answering an inquiry as to the construction of winter quarters for bees a writer in the Farm Stock Journal gives the following plan for a bee cellar: "Where an ordinary house cellar is not available, the next best thing is to construct a building of the cheapest and cost serviceable material in the neighborhood. . A building above ground, as a rule, is too expensive, because it Is not possible to maintain an even temperature in a cheap above-ground building, and unless that can be done the bees are better outdoors all winter. The most important points to consider are a dry CROSS SECTION OF BEE CELLAR. location, perfect control of temperature (45 degrees F.), ventilation, and all light excluded. A side-hill is the ideal place for a bes cellar, for it is usually drv and drainage of surface water la Al ways good. The nature of the g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 December 1904

'1".L ' .'! JTHE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEM. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PfBUSHKp EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OH SUBSCRIPTION. Jtie year Jlx nionths. Chree months $1.00 .50 - .25 ISntered a,t the potstoffice jn Ashton, Illinois, as secohd-ciass inat'ter. ..TELEPHONE NO. 63. .THURS-DAY.DEJC 32, 1904. PROBATE COURT Estate of Cornelias Van Patten, (deceased. Will proven and admitted to record. ' Estate of Frederick C. Wets.haar, deceased declared fully set,tled. ' Claims of Lottie Waldron for $12.50 and Louis Waldron for 2.50 allowed in estate of John R. Chapman, deceased. ' Inlet Swamp Drainage district. Itemized account by Micheal Sullivan, commissioner for his ex penses from Nov. 27, 1903, to pec. 5, 1904, is submitted, examined and certified. Guardianship of Reuben, Mable and Clara Politsch minors, oan of wards funds on real estate security for $3,898.23 is approved apd guardian is authorized to receipt to Master in Chancery for said sum. Ordered that additional bond jfor twice above amount b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 December 1904

MMMMMMXMMXMMMMMMMMMMM& What People Jlre Doing. YOU ARE PERSONALLY INVITED TO ATTEND OUR Geo. Putman went to Dixon Monday. Mrs. Lewis Wood spent Tues day in Chicago. t Remember our Grocery stock Fresh and Clean, at Huether's H. E. Chadwick was a Dixon visitor Saturday Adam Krug,, Jr.,' went to Chi cago, Sunday afternoon. , Miss Christine Wagner spent Monday in Franklin Grove. Miss Eva Anderson spent severv a! days last week in Chicago. W.J. Stevenson made a business trip to Dixon on Monday. A large number of the Masons went to Dixon Thursday evening. John Potts, of Chicago, is visiting at the home of J. A. Leidy Big bargains in holiday goods at Huether's Chas. Lotz went to Sterling Saturday evening, to spend a few days. Geo Garrett went to Subfette Mondav. to spend a couple ot days Miss Atta Wright is clerking in the Racket during the holiday rush. Mrs. Chas. Tuck and daughters were Rochellc visitors Saturday morning. Miss Lena Karehl, of Franklin Grove, visited over Sund...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 December 1904

'I The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS Jeres de la Frontera, Spain, has a population of 65,000 and is the center of the sherry wine making trade. There are many rich people worth from $500,000 to ?5,000,000. The city has hundreds of very old and large store-houses containing, it is said, enough sherry wine to supply the world's demand for 25 years. At a recent medical exhibition In London a new anesthetic, called somnoform, was shown. ' It is a liquid whose "boiling point" is 23 deg. below zero. The moment It comes in contact with the air it becomes a gas. Its great yirtue, from a medical point of view, Is that breathing stops before the heart when it is administered. Piassava is a fiber made from the bamboo tree and Is used In Europe to make brooms, brushes and the. like. In Liberia the bamboo Is taken from the tree and placed in water until the outer covering decays. It is then beaten in a forked stick, erected for the purpose, until there remains only the f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 December 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. - ILLINOIS TH INKING OF THE PAST. He tits there at the fireside, where the Ion light ia gieamlng O'er the columns of the little country paper that he holds, And something he had read there seem! to set his fancy dreaming. While memory's panorama of forgotten days unfolds. Its quaint and homely phrases all Incline him to reflection, Some sweetness of enchantment as he lays the paper down. Strips the bitter peel of sorrow from the fruit of recollection. He tastes the. mellow sweetness of the 'title country town. He sees, at eve, a cottage where the lamplight dimly straying ..Through the window- thickly bowered with the honeysuckle vine, To his ears come strains of music, there's a sound of some one playing On a little cottage organ and the notes of "Auld Lang Syne." He hears the tea things clatter, sees a woman's figure flitting Here and there, belike some fairy, and the shimmer of her gown, And longing leads his fancy to the plact whe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 22 December 1904

The Chicago Glee Club. The second number of the en tertainment course was given jFrida'y evening-, the attraction being the Chicago Glee Club. A full house which greeted them was a most enthusiastic and appreciative one indeed, and enjoyed to the fullest extent, the excellent and varied program. The program was divided in wo parts, and consisted of eleven numbers and as they were each encored, some twice and three time, made the entertainment fluite a lengthty one. The fact hat the Club has sung together for nine years, is enough to blend their voices in perfect harmony. Miss Edna George, of Boston, is assisting the Club this year as a reader, and appeared a favorite with the audience. Her first se jjection was "The Queen's Masquerade." "Where Ignorance is Bliss," a reading, telling of two jbovs in competition in point of behaviour in winning a mustard plaster, being in ignorance of the nner workings of the mysterious plaster, they deemed it a prize, ind after the winner was com pel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 December 1904

GA ASHT 30 ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1904. WHOLE NUMBER 513. Vol. x. no. 45. ON SUCCESSFUL INSTITUTE The Farmer's Institute Which Closed in this City Thursday Was One of the Biggest Ever Held, ENORMOUS CROWDS IN ATTENDANCE A CoatlaiMC ef the Artkle o tbe Coaveotloi Clvea la Last week's Issne-A Detailed Retort of Everytbla ! that Happened The Wednesday morning session- of the Farmers' Institute convened at 9:30 o'clock -with a full house, the meeting was opened by prayer by Kev. Hamilton, of the Methodist church of ' Ashton. President Swigart this morning appointed Messrs. J. I Hartwell, Gustav Eelig and Geo. Noggle as the nominating committee, which Is to report Thursday afternoon. This forenoon's session was given Hrgely to an Illustrated lecture on. the 'Babcock Test," by Euclid N. Cobb, e.litor and publisher o f Buff Jersey," He corr.es from Monmouth, Illinois, where he operates an extensive dairy farm, using all tbe most modern appliances to obtain the best result...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 December 1904

THE USE OF TIME i New Teir'i Sermoa by lfa Hhjhwty mi Sywy" freicher. ( Copyright, IKK, by i. U. Kdion.) Chicago, Sunday, Dec. 25, 1904. Text: "So teach us to number our days that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom." Psalm 90:12. -N UR text Is a prayer fervid and brief. f f I. It is credited to ' 1 Mne the man of God, and if this great organizer and law-giver and leader needed to pray thus, how much more we, who have come after, and have entered into the heritage of that greater era which knows the Leader of leaders, of which Moses both wrote and spoke. There is nothing in this world which God has given into the hands of man im vaiuahie as time, and there is nothing of which he is so profligate, Time! What is it? Stroughton puts it pungently and forcibly thus: "Time is life's freightage, wherewith some men trade, and make a fortune; and others suffer it to molder all away, or tvnste in extravacance. Time Is life's book, out of which some ex tract wondrous wisdom; while others iet i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 December 1904

Jr;e Daui? of te Year., firaiJt ifie gait of opening pr,' IDfiift fooEing at its prospects fair, 3 roisA joii rofry tfresingear, JEJfio8e Srauty daunts mt rocryndrR;' if) Rrarf gore out mild tfiroB of painrcffc!ung drep tfie haottti afootla you mag rorrg gfadness gain, IDiln purest peace anJ smift of fow 1 JLM sroetl as row tdat greets ide June. 2 your Henri's fooe, 3 surcfg inoro, Jlnd tide tne springtide's rnytdmic runt ' ne idocs tnat from your presence flora Jiff deeper tSan ifte deepest seaJiff fugfier tfian tfie sdg adout38 fooe my darfing dofds for mt, IBitdiu ide Kingdom of dec food &ult tde porlafs of tde grat; 3 n)isd you pfrnilude of grace, iSag off tde toorfd defrimd you, dear, JtnJ Urn tde Beauty of your face; for fide a song at focnlidV fide lender tones of cooing Jooe, Ice yon my souf s defigdt and pride, Ide queen of aff my fiend ran foue! New Year's Day in Ilia Rev, Frederick Poole. Th Chinese bovs and tlrls especial It th bovs eret lota of fun out of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 December 1904

Jftfitt THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHES. fUBLWHED KVRKY THURSDAY. TERMS OF St'BSCKIPTIDN. ,Orte year Six mouths, 'fhret months,' Si. oo .50 Watered at' the postoffice .itr Ash'ton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE-, NO. 65. THURSDAY, V&C 29, W04. . fieorgfe Guy, Superintendent .of the U. S. Wind Engine Pumping: Co., at Batavia, came home po spend Christmas with his parents, Robert Gu v and wife. Wm. Vjaujrii'an,- formerly sta- , ion agent here for the TsTortli- . Western, has accepted a similar ; position on the new-rail road bc;jnf bijilt between DeKalb and Aurora. J. II. BvefS left" for McKeyesfort Pennsylvania Friday, where Jie will visit his brother. He Miav tro from there to Haijars- Jown, West Virginia, to visit his father. Removes the microbes which impoverish the blood and circula $ion. Stops all trouble that in terferes with nutrition; That's what IIoHister's Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 35 cents. Tea or Jablet form. G. R. Charte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 December 1904

ST" What People G. H. Sasman spent Silnday in Dixon. Miss Alice Tuck went to Dixon Friday evening1. Bert Northrup- spent Christmas in Chicago. Alfred Howey and wife spent Christmas at Batavia. Miss Rogers is enjoying the holiday season in Chicago. Miss Floy Booth went to Chicago Friday, for a week's visit. Will Hoskins'of DeKalb visited acquaintances in town Saturday. Miss Bessie Hopkins went to Decatur to be home fqr the holidays. Miss Lydia Wahl is spending the holidays at her home in Sterling. Addison Goodman of Dixon, is spending the holidays with relatives. Miss Rose Hencrt is visiting with Miss Lena Eisenberg this week. Chris Sipplc and wife of DeKalb-are 'visiting at N. SchucUarts. Mis. Eva Anderson spent Friday afternoon and evening in Dixon, J. K. Titus andfaniily are now settled in their new home at Fkgg. Mrs. M. II. Randall and, Mrs. Clias. Reed spent Saturday in Oregon. Mrs. Henry Eisenberg of DeK:lb, is yisiting her father and relatives. Miss Katherine Griffith is home ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 December 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN. Publisher, ASHTON. ILLINOIS An important public improvement tills year in Leicester, Eng., is the in stallation of an electric street car system in place of the horse-drawn cars, The old system extended nine miles the new lines, when completed, will cover 42 miles. The greater part is now equipped with overhead trolleys and is open to the public. It is municipal undertaking. A speed of 150 miles an hour is ex pected to be reached in the new tests which will be made on the high-speed electric line near Berlin. The last experiments which were made on the specially laid track from Berlin to Zossen resulted in a speed of over 130 miles an hour. It is now proposed to Increase the speed. The tests will be gin within a few months. The electric ore-finder is locating ore beds in various parts of the world, long lost copper 16des in Coniston Eng.; lead in Wales and Cornwall, and gold in Mexico. In the Barrow dis trict, Eng., where the hematite iron supply was f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 December 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. D(2AN, Publisher. ASHTON. - ILLINOIS DOWN AT UNCLE BILL'S t want to to to Uncle Bill', Where I kin have iome fun; Where all the folks ain't findln' fault With everything that's done; Where hired girts don't try to keep , - Things so all-fired neat, Jin' yell when 1 come up the steps: "You, Johnny, clean yer feet!" 2 want to go to Undo Bill's, Where folks don't stick their nose Up in the air becus I wear My very oldest clo'es; 'Where I kin haul my stockln's oft An' go barefoet all day, Jin' wade out In the duck pond, er Turn han'sprlngi on the hay, 1 want to go to Uncle Bill's Thex's sumthln' there to do. i sit up readln' Injun books As long as I 'want to. 9 ride the horses to the barn. An' help to milk the cows, Jin' go down in the lot to watch The hired man 'at plows. I want to go to Uncle Bill's I don't have no fun here! They keep me too all-fired clean. An' call me "Johnny dear." They're allers watchln' sut fer words I hadn't orter speak, t An' make me wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 29 December 1904

THE FARMER'S INSTITUTE (Continued from Page 1.) There is no more drudgery in scrubbing a floor than painting a picture, so long aa you put the right spirit in your work. It takes -brains and economy in anything you do. Economy o the most women means tha saving of mnnev but I mean tho economy of health and strength.. I would like to see all tire girls' who start in house keeping have hotter equipment than we had 25 years aso. You must also know how o keep the home agroe- flble study the tastes of each member of your family. Each one'3 tnste3 vast IV different; what Is agreeable to one U not always agreeable to the other The food is an important lactor in tlie government of theshome. Select the best kinds of tho differnt foods with the view cf satisfying the palates satisfactorily. Think of how we must jistvo- to know every principle to be kept in mind. Tho average high school girl of 1C cr 17 would not know whether to pay ten cents or fifty cents for a broom. She has r,o way of knowi...

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