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

I What People Jtre Domq. f he Gazette, $1.00 a jear. Andrew Ventler is quite sick at present. School supplies at the Gazette Book-Store; Chas. Greve was a Rochelle visitor Friday. H. W. Lefdig'of Dixon was in town Friday. " Dr Peterstneyer was a Rochelle visitor Sunday. Subscribe for the Gazette, only $1.00 for 52 weeks. Carpenters are ; at work on Messer's new house. Mark smith ot Dixon was a caller in town Friday. Misses Clara and Lottie Krug- went to Flags Monday. Buy your school books and sup lies at Smith's Pharmacy. Geo. Newcomer, of Franklin Grove was in town Monday. J.' M. Kedder and J. W. Trump of Polo were in town Friday. W. D. Knapp returned home from Iowa Tuesday morning Mrs. E. Burke and Miss Pearle Knapp went to Rochelle Friday The place to buv your school' books The Gazette Book Store. All kinds of school supplies and books at Smith's Pharmacy Clyde Goodman of Rochelle visited his mother here Thursday. You can get empty barrels and kegs for cider at Smith's Pharra acy...

Publication Title: Ashton Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 1 September 1904

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN. Publisher. ASHTON. ILLINOIS According to Chinese customs returns the empire's trade in 1903, imports and exports, amounted to $346,298,624. The trade of 1894 amounted to $185,732,480. Each year since 1894, except 1900-'01 shows a steady gain. In those years there was a considerable falling oft. The increase in 1902 and 1903 only partly made up for the difference. Because of the ravages of the boll weevil in the cotton fields of this country, the importation of American cotton seed into Egypt has been prohibited. A decree has been issued to that effect. The cause of this move was a recent report presented by the Khedival Agricultural society calling attention to the ravages of the weevil in the United States. According to Consul Diagoro Goh, the Japanese child calls its father "Gempu," which means "strict father," while It addresses its mother as "Jibo," that is, "benevolent mother." Mr. Goh quotes a Japanese lad who classi fied the Japanese father as o...

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

Thel Ashton-Gazette t ;4 R.J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, '. - ILLINOIS PLAY TIM. Just a pair of pouting Hps, Just two eyes of blue; iv'4 'Why should I give1 no- my book- ; i' K Just t0 play-with' you.?. : , 4.j j: Hi -Why snouia i get down ana rou V! On the floor with you? ! ,. . Do you think it quite enough : That you want me to? J3ollle,dtJn'tMppeal to hie, i I don't- care for-toys, '-' - - "That's 'cause I'm growed up, you see; Little girls and boys .Are supposed to play with them, Never growed up men; ' i You'll be grown yourself some time; .'!.. What will you do then? , -' :I expect you'll roll around, V C, All around the floor, , , -, , j'; For some little baby wee,'; Baby you adore; ,'. ' $ v,t aby you adore; ,'. " J j it "3 too old" to play witty! dolls J h, my Byea-o'-blue! ' titft't. - I'm '". Oh, '..,. ".But I'll never be too old ., Just to play with you! I will never be toy old 1 Jus( to prance; and sing, 'J' Or to- Hold 5u on vat f oot 'V While ycu dip and swing Till your...

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

I What People Jlre Doing. SCHOOL? ARE YOU GOING TO If you are expecting to attend school this fall remember that the place to get your school books is at the te Book S We have in stock a very lftrp Jtos of School Books, Tablets, Lead Pencils, Copy Books, Erasers, Gaze Slates, Slate Pencils, v Colored Pencils and Composition Boofe, The Best Inks, Pencil Boxes, You will also find at the store a large line of good grade Stationery, Confectionery, Tobacco, and Cigars.; Our book department is very cobh plete. We have books by all the noted authors. Books not in stock will . be ordered without additional expense. Don't forget the fact that we have; genuine photographic campaign buttons. Eat GAZETTE BOOK STORE:, ASHTON, ILLINOIS. Continued from page, five' 'C- , Ch as. Bode and wife went to Chicago Wedriesday. Mr. and Mrs. Friend Smith re? turned home last evening-. The carpenters are finishing the interior of Charters' new house. Lela Hunt, left yesterday for Carlisle and will visit also ...

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

The tSHTC N ZJw JL JL iwo VOL. X. NO. 29. ASHTGN. ILLINOIS,. THUK'DAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1904. WHOLE NUMBER 497. GA 0 SCHOOL OPENS 201 PUPILS ENROLL ON THE OP- ENrNO DAY HIGH SCHOOL IS CROWDED Tt Attcadaict Tb Ftrtt Day It Etaal T Tie Hlf httt Eorollntit Last Yiar Mia- ltoa-isllcat Hwlla At the tap of the nine o'clock bell Monday morning the coining generation' of Ashton assembled at the public school to again re sume their studies and increase their store of knowledge. ; , The great interest being taken in the school this fall is marked by a larger attendance than, is ordinarily enrolled upon the op ening day. Two hundred one pupils were enrolled Monday and the building is taxed to its ut most seatinjr capacity, there - be ing nine more pupils than there were seats tor. There are forty- six ptrpils in the high school, which is an increase of eight ov er last year's attendance. There are ten scholars attending who are non-residents. This increase is probably due to the extra cf fort put ...

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

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN. Publisher. ASHTON. - - ILLINOIS The summer lemon crop of Sicily la about the average in yield; the quality Is exceptionally good. , The quantity for export will be about 140,000 boxes. Prices, $1.93 to $2.32 per box. Freight per box to New York, 30.4 cents. The man who was largely responsible for the introduction of golf In this country, Robert Lockhart, died a few days ago in Edinburgh, Scotland. He was for years a linen importer in New York, and organized - the first golf club in the United States, in Yonkers, N. Y., in 1888. It was known as the "Apple Tree Gang." The manufacture of the oil Prunus armenlaca is an Incident necessary to the subsequent extraction of the essence. While the oil is used not only for medicinal purposes, but as an 11lumlnant, and even as a salad oil, the essence has a high commercial value, and is produced upon a large scale at Grasse, which is the world's center of perfume production. The foreign trade of Jamaica for the fi...

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

Thp A cMrn CI tto Ya a maa of ,mPosIng presence, with face 1 llv i VolllUH VJdZ.CllC Pen and handsome, and an eye bright, bold and full of Intelligence. His garb R. J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, - - ILLINOIS , ! f THE FOUR? WINDS. s , ' The east wind jnurmurs1 of- the sea; "tt bears a song of revelry; It brings a savory 'perfume Caught from the tingling, salty spume. With deep-toned chants It brusquely , comes-. . , , As when a gale -through rigging hums. Ana when man feels It In his face. Bare browed,, he fain would risa and trace The pathway to Its starting place. . J 3ut the south wind sings of roses That dream through day and night,. , , ur poppies red whose poses, ' t Seem echoes of delight, ; ' , Of lotus that uncloses A Jewel to the sight. The west wind whirls across the plains with word of wonderful domains; , It whispers wanton songs of gold The west wind's way Is brave and bold. It boasts of how its circling arms Heap treasures high on endless farms. And men Whose brows It c...

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

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVKHY THURSDAY. TERMS OF. SUBSCRIPTION. One year tiix mouth, Tii nee months $1.00 .50 .25 Entered at the post office in Ashton, Illinois, ax Hecoud-class matter. HHUKSDAV, SEPTKMfiEK, 8, 1904. WASHINGTON I.KTTKK, From Our, ReRjijar Correspondent. Washington, Sept. 1, 1904 The first of the nutumn months is upon us. A red leaf twinkling here and there in the woods and the appearance of aster and gold eflrrod by the roadside give evi dence that the su-mmer nears. its close., arauared by temperature as well as almanacs. The ferven cies of the season have been greatly toned down and July and August have admirably suited the stay-aMiomes,. so their is no special' thankfulness that the winter approaches. With the re turn of the President and his family in three weeks more and the rushing hither of the official world in consequence, an earlier and livlicr ssason than usual is anticipated. Only a few wedsdings are announced ea...

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

What People Jin Doing. Tb'e Gazette $1.00 a year. Mrs. C. Belles went to DeKalb School supplies at the Gazette Book Store. Wis Anna. Kruer visited in Flagg Friday. Mrs. Writ Hunt went to Ro- chelle Tuesday. Subscribe for the Gatette, only $L00 for 52. weeks. Will Hart was a business visits or in Dixon Monday. G. H. Brewer returned Satur day evenintr from his extended tour of the eastern states. Misses Mary. and. Josephine Reiss returned to their home in Garrison,. Iowa Friday evening after a pleasant visit with rela' tives and friends south of town tred Wood is now assisting station agent E. V. McGinty at the depot. It seems a shame the railroad company will not hire help enough to look after thei business here. Cyrus. S. Suter. of Franklin eline returned from a month's Grove is temporary guardian of . - visit atNeponset, Thursday. a baby which he found on his Mrs. M. D. Hubbard and front Ptch Monday morning, daughter, of Dixon spent Friday No doubt mother thought Mr, f th. ., nf Tt...

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

WASHINGTON LETTER WHY REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN STARTED IN VERMONT. PROCTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY His Convincing Way with Great Men of His Party Important Anniversaries in Capital History Other Timely Gossip. Washington. As goes Vermont so goes the union, is pretty generally ac cepted in political circles.. That Is. If the republican ma jority in the Green Mountain state ex ceeds a certain figu r e , republican success is foreshadowed in the general election in November. If, however, the reSenator Proctor's Ar- publican majority gument ghould fall below a rortnin figure, democratic victory is foreshadowed. The man whom repub lican leaders expect to hold Vermont up to the required standard is Senator Redfield Proctor, and his position as con troller of republican destinies in that state would make him of national importance were his achievements in statecraft and national affairs to be forgotten. For some weeks republican attention has been focussed upon this veteran New England statesman and p...

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

frr. 7 Shy Xcap Tear Maid. "Yes," Mid the egotistical yonUi. "I have been called a mechanical genroe." "What's a mechanical genii?" aaked th innocent girl "One who can make almost anything." "Oh, how lovely!" ahe exclaimed. "And could you make me proposal?" Columbus Dispatch. Going East This Bummer f 1 : Get the yacation habit. Drop your work i and take a trip to some of the Famous EastI em Bummer Eesorta so easily and quickly reached by the Nickel Plate Road. Btop overs allowed at Niagara Falls and Lake Chautauqua on all tickets. Three elegant- ' ly equipped trains made up of modern Day Coaches, Dining and Bleeping Cars, running thru from Chicago to Ft. Wayne, Cleveland; Erie, Buffalo, New York. Boston-and in. termediate points. The Dining Car service of the Nickel Plate Road is up-to-date, ' inexpensive and as good as the best. Individual Club Meals are served at prices ranging from 35 cents to $1.00. Meals are also served "a la carte." Passengers using the Day Coaches of the Nick...

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

m to YA .r-' ARE YOU TO SCHOOL? If you are expecting to attend school this fall remember that the place to get your school hooks is at the e Bool S ore We have in stock a very large line oh chool Books, Tablets, Lead Pencils, Copy Books, " Erasers, Chalk, & , y - Slates, Slate Pencils, Colored Pencils and Chalk, Composition Books, The Best Inks, Pencil Boxes. You will also find at the store a large K; line of good grade Stationery, Confectionery, Tobacco, and Cigars.1 Our book department is very complete. We have books by all the noted authors. Books not in stock will be ordered without additional expense. Don't forget the fact that we have genuine photographic campaign buttons. GAZETTE BOOK STORE. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. in What People Jin Delng. Continued from page five R. Guy went to Batavia ycaterday. Mr. Chambers was a Rochelle visitor yesterday. M. M, Billmire went to Mt. Morris yesterday. Miss Anna Weishaar returned from Iowa Tuesday. W. B. Garrett returned Saturday fro...

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

Ashton Gazette. VOL. X. NO. 30. ASHTOF. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1904. WHOLE NUMBER 498. The REUNION AT OREGON Northwestern Soldiers And Sailors .: Association Met In Oregon Last Wednesday and Thursday. NEXT MEETING IN ASHTON Atoitt 400 Vetertu hi Attndaic ill idMatil Rcuien Held Address by Cel. Lowdta at to On Wednesday and Thursday of last week occurred the annual reunion of the Northwestern Sol diers and Sailors Association Oreg-on. About 400 old veterans were present and with their friends and the citizens who at tended the reunion, swelled the crowd to an unexpected size. Th W. R. C diriintf hall, restaurants and hotels were hardly able feed the visitors, the first day. An interesting program- was rendered, the address of welcome being given by Col. Frank O Lnvden. The association voted to hold its next reunion at Ash ton and the following officers we reelected for the coming, year;. President, C K, North rup, Ashton. Vice President, Geo. Black, Franklin Grove. Secreta...

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

Jj The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS The Chinese name for Port Arthur was Lushunkow. The town had, 20 years ago, only a few thousand Inhabitants, and was used as a place for the deportation of crinrinals !Fhe demand for umbrellas among the Abyssinian women corresponds With the demand for hata among the male population. Black, white and varied cotton umbrellas, which sell at $5.40 to $6.94 per dozen, are in demand. They are exported from Germany and India to the extent of $3,860 Annually. The Korashan Unity, a queer religious sect, who believe that the earth lis a hollow globe, that we reside in it and that the sky in some way is the shell of the globe, are taking steps to Incorporate the new city of Jerusalem, which is to be located on the banks of the beautiful Estero bay, in Lee county, Florida. The other day, just as the tide in the Thames was turning from ebb to flow and the fish were coming up the river again, a very heavy rain, following sieveral days ...

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

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. ILLINOIS LAND OF l-DONT-CARE-WHERE When I'm sick of my desk and Dacers, When I'm fagged with the wear and tear, When I long for a breath of freedom In the Land of I-Don't-Care-Where, Then I look thro' my office window, Past the pit of the city street To the line of the dim horizon Where the sky and the ocean meet. And I watch the great clouds sailing Thro' the pale-blue smoky sky, .Mighty ships with the fairest cargoes, Sailing peaceful and white and high And I mount to my private airship, That will carry me up and away 'Thro' the wastes of Tieavenly waters To the shores of a land-locked bay. And there's- nobody there to meet me But the people I know In books, And there's no one at all to gossip Of money or creed or looks. But the fruit hangs low In the orchard And the grass waves mile on mile Where I sit with some old-world hero On the step of a country stile. And the West Is ablaze with sunset. And the air holds a touch of June, An...

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

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY. TEKMS OB SUBSCRIPTION. One year feix montha, Three months $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1904. Market LetterSept. 12th, 1904. For nearly one hundred years the republic has undergone finan cial and industrial crises at re markably regular intervals. The students of political economy have offered a' thousand explana tions for these upheavals. The most reasonable of these is the theory or ''over-speculation or "inflated values." This has been recently told to the American people in very plain terms by 1 hos. Liawson, writing' the hist ory of "Amalgamated Copper" in Everybody's Magazine. We are reminded of these na tional ills by theirs similarity to the radical fluctuations in the stocker and feeder market. By referring to the market reports we may state truthfully that the trade on country stuff has for sev eral vears met a sever...

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

What People Jlre Being. The Gazettp, $1.00 a jear. Pearle Knapp went to Rochelle Friday. M. M. Billmire was in Creston Friday. John Bernardin went to Dixon Saturday. Friend Smith was a Dixon caller Friday. Harry Wismart was a Dixon caller Friday. Hartman Kersten returned Saturday from Iowa. Miss Atta Wright visited in Dixon over Sunday. Albert Chambers and wife were visitors in Rochelle. Miss Alice Tuck was a caller in Rochelle Saturday. Mrs. Geo. Meister went to Franklin Grove Saturday. Dr. J Brown, son and daughter were Dixon callers Friday. Fred Rolph was a Chicago visitor the middle of last week. Wm. Anderson and .Geo. VanNcss went to Dixon Monday C. I4. Clark and wife were Sunday visitors in Franklin Grove. Miss S iric E. Vuupd of Chicago has been' visiting relatives here Mrs. John Stephan has been quite sick lately with - heart trouble. -Mts3 Rukafrom Boscohet, Wis. is visiting with Fred Richardson and wife, !.t;, ' V 'Mrs. W. Hart and baby went to Dixon Friday to visit her mo...

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

r Children the Light Sermon by the "Highway and Byway" Preacher. (Copyright, 1WM, by J. M.Edson.) Chicago, Walk Text:- Eph. 6:1. Sunday, Sept. 11, 1904. chilcren ol light." ARIOUS terms are used in the New Testament to designate the Christian. He is referred to as the redeemed, suggesting the former condition of enslavement to sin and the redemptive work of Christ whereby the soul was delivered from Its bondage of sin unto death to liberty and life in Christ Jesus. He is called disciple because he is a convert and adherent to the teachings of Jesus, jesus UKenea the disciple unto a branch of a vine to illustrate the inti mate relationship which existed between Himself, Who was declared to be the vine, and His followers, and again He called His disciples friends, to assure them of the cordial and pleasant intimacy which existed between them and their Master. He also called them the sheep and pointed to Himself as the Good Shepherd to impress them with the thought of His tender care f...

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

tt Cnre Colds, doughs, Sore Throat, Croup, Influ enza, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis and Asthma. A certain cure for Consumption in first stages, and a sure relief In advanced stages. Use at once. You will see the excellent effect after taking the first dose. Bold by dealers everywhere. Large bottles 45 cents and M cent. An; first-class Undertaker can iupply goods made by ' lheN8tiunateraskt0, nd yon will have the satisfaction o! knowing that nothing better can le procured. ( ALL ABOUT AUTHORS. Thompson-Seton is seeking a larger acquaintance of wild animals among the recesses of Canada. x , Herr Schabelitz, a well known Zurich publisher, who died recently, did all his correspondence with postal cards. Marmaduke PiclUhall, one of the youngest and most picturesque English writers, is deeply interested in Arabic literature. V A Russian named Ivanhoff has written a book on the students of the University of Moscow. He asserts that most of them are dolts and good-forthinga. Dr. A. Conan Doyle...

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

(1 aJ( S What People JIte Doing. Continued from page five Save money anil buy at Iluethcr's sale. Miss Atta Biitchelor was a passenger to Rochelle yesterday. Ladies heavy fleeced Union Suits 35 cents Huethek's. Hayes Hatch and" sister Lucy of Sublette,, visited at the Gar rctt home Saturday and Sunday. Isaac Trask made a lusiness trip to Oregon and Mt. Morris yesterday. Mrs. P. C. Oiler, of Dixon, came Tuesday to visit her mother Mrs. Cates. Men's Overcoats and Fur Coats at very low prices Huethek's. V. II. Myers returned home from Iowa and Minnesota yesterday morning1. - Miss Sophia Radefelt is now learning the dressmaking trade with Miss Brow.o. Miss Nettie Johnson of Dixon was in town Tuesday to visit her father and mother. Ladies' Furs in large variety going at- Huether's sale. Miss Nona .Buck, of Franklin Grove, came up Tuesday to visit lier sister Mrs. Chas. L. Clark. G. A. Puttnnn went to Clinton, Iowa, Tuesday night to see his uncle who is not expected to live. Miss Janet Gr...

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