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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 December 1905

At' The ashtcIn ZETTE VOL. XI. NO. 44. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THUlfetAYt DECEMBER 28. 1&05. WHOLE NUMBER 565. ga THE FARMERS' INSTITUTE Annual Meeting of Lee County Farmers Held at Amboy Last Week. DISPLAYS WERE GOOD AND MANY COMPETED FOR PREMIUMS ext Institute Will Be Held Either st Comton or Franklin Grove-Abraham Ackart of Dixon Re-elected President. The annual institute of the Farmers of Lee County was held at Amboy last week Tuesday and Wednesday, Owing to threat ening weather - the first day the opening session was not as well attended as the session of the latter part of the institute. The exhibits came in during- the fore part of the week and at the open ing session presented a nice a p. pearance. The forenoon pro' gram of Tuesday was carried out just as it had been planned, all the officers and speakers being present. The institute was call d to order by Abram Ackert, of Dixon, I the- president. Fred Richardson, of this city, the secretary and treasurer read a very s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 December 1905

Bib THE ASH TO INI GAZETTE. ANIC RULES RUSSIA. iCONORCSS RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. GENERAL STRIKE LAUNCHED AND WORST IS EXPECTED. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. BIGHTS' OF FISHERS. SECRETARY ING ON ROOT MAKES RULCONTROVERSY. 111m DcoInIoiim on Two DiNimted Point Arc Sn.iNfnc.orj to UlXh (rent Ilrifuln nnil I'nlted Stnlcs CulhoIieM Defy Archhlfchop. Although t li f British government lias not yet nililri'siseil in. the Washington government its reply to the memorandum submitted several months ago liy Sccretary Root 0:1 (lie points involved in the fishing controversy. Mr. Root has ruled on two questions of far-reaching importance to the satisfaction of both goverunu'iits. The Secretary has decided it is clearly tin evasion of the law for Auier iean fishermen to take on New Found laud fishermen within the three-mile limit and take them outside that limit for the purpose of shipping them as a crew for their vessels. The Secretary has further ruled that American fisher men have the right to freeze he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 December 1905

Btlfl (IlIlEII RAISING A DAIRY CALF. The success In growing , the calf flvhetheif raised by hand or nursed by the dam, depends very much on the care it receives during the winter and .pring. It must be well cared for during the first winter, or no matter how well-bred or how it may be fed as a yearling or finished for market it'will not reach its' full possibilities. It isr the niktakes of the first winter that are s!rious in handling any kind or youag stock, i Deueve mai 6""" can never be fed to better advantage and with greater profit than to tne young static on the farm from weaning time until grass becomes good the following spring. Not that they should be given all the grain they can eat ' rlcht thrmieh but that a reasonable amount fa very beneficial while they are gstiig a start. Wnen the can is running with the cow, I would commence feeding grain just before weanIn and with the hand raised calf it , has alieady commenced and should rot be discontinued until It is a year old a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 December 1905

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months. Three months $1.00 .so - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY, DEC. 28, 190S. THAT PESKY B'AR. By LLOYD ROBERTS Copyright, 1906, by Lloyd Roberta WU1 'HEN Sarah Ann Johnesy and Mary Ann, her little five-year-old, returned from the hayfield to "bile" a cup of tea and to heat up a mess of beans for pa and Andy Ginnid, the "help," they were "mighty took aback" to find a black bear, big as life and twice as natural, sitting on their kftchen floor and peacefully licking the last remnants of the anticipated dinner from off his clumsy paws. Now, Sarah Ann was not "skeered," though it did "fetch her sort of suddenlike" not she. "She Just up and thought of all the mean, low down things that blamed critter had been t-doin' about property killin' sheep, tipsettin' her bee houses, tearln' down the grapevine...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 December 1905

m i i I What People Jin Doing. A. J. Omer was a caller in Ro- ! chelle Friday. Mrs. Roop of Franklin Grove visited friends here Fridaj. Benton Drummond went to Chicago Thursday morning'. N. Schuchart was a passeuger to Chicago Thursday morning. M. J. Hazeltine of Dixon was a business caller in town Friday. When you need meat or casings for sausage call on F. H. Bassler . 42t3 Mrs. A. B. Wicker of Franklin Grove was shopping in town Friday. . Remember the Rochelle Poultry Show, January 2 to 6, 1906. D. W, Guest, Sec'y. Fred Wood spent Thursday at Watertown visiting with his brother Charles. Geo. Kersten returned Thursday afternoon from a business trip to Chicago. V. H. Meyers left Thursday morning for a visit with relatives in Pennsylvania. Miss Lydia Wahl went to Sterling Friday evening to spend the holidays at home. Miss Floy Sweet returned to her home at Thompson, 111., Thursday afternoon, after a three month's visit with her sister Mrs. Lyman Booth. Harry Quick returned Friday fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 December 1905

A LITTLE GIRL I KNEW. IThere was once a little girl I knew, With dark hair braided down her back; 6he lived next door, as some girls do, And I couldn't help seeing she had a knnck For washing the steps and tending the flowers (For the house was a little way from ours). I couldn't help hearing the pleasant sound That dishes make when they touch the pan; I wasn't the kind to hang around, But I saw and heard as a fellow can. And she was a girl about as spry As a trout that leaps to snap the fly.) And when the windows were opened wide, She made the beds and swept the floor, Dusted the things on every side, And then through the open kitchen door 1 saw her stir the pudding nnd cake, And make the coffee and broil the steak. Ton know I surely could hear and see (Their house of course not far away), . And I wasn't as dumb ns some might be, But I managed once some words to say. And so, concluding a fresh combine, She moved from their house into mine. Sunset Magazine. T i W illi's Df . ? r TIT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 December 1905

. Tf ,-,., ii ... - i . - ,..,. ... , f.i , i. .. fpit High Glass Druggists jlfM ( (I ft I Herbert John Glndstone, the new! 1 PSftffe-rMvU Secretary of State for Home Affairs IcJ H Pipe Btorjr from Japan "he Japanese itu :";iK;rts on smoke r!rgs ,and It la sulci in Japan it Is cimsidi'red no uncommon trick to li'.ow three rings of nniokt in succession, tljn ft-eond traveling through thu Ursl; mid the third through lioth. Some anigo performers are c-odited with becoming bo expert In rnioke blowing that they are not only able to multiply the number of rings tt'us mad? but iic- ' turlly form Japanese ebaricters vt'p-l-centing words J.nd sentncM.' Ono . Japanese juggler, it is declared, proposed to his v.'lfe by forming the char, ac'iois representing his avowal of love through a thin scream of sm .:. He Doean't Cine Now. - Washington, Kan., Dec. 25 (Special) Jesse B. Mitchell is a telephone lineman, and also a well-known resident here. Everybody acquainted with Mr. Mitchell knows that h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 28 December 1905

MUUd Christmas Suggestions. We would sugg-est the following as suitable and appropriate Christmas presents and are showing large assortments from which satisfactory selections can be made. Mittens Kimonos Ribbons, Belts, Books, Corsets, Necklaces, Petticoats, Cloaks, Kid glores, Handkerchiefs, Collar & Cuff sets, Pillow tops, Hosiery, Handbags, Mufflers, Fascinators, Carpet sweeper, Table linen, Underwear, Silk waists, Umbrellas, Lace Curtains, Blankets, Battenberg Rugs, Furs, Aprons appropriate arcticles which ill suggest themselves as you glance through our stock. What People Jlrt Doing Continued from rage 6, t Dress Skirts, And a thousand and one useful O. H. Martin & Co. Dixon, Illinois. WILL ENTER THE EVANGELISTIC FIELD B. F.Wiener a Former Ashton Boy Writes to His Cousin of His Intended Future Work. St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 14, 1905 Mr. E. H. Wiener, Ashton, 111. Dear cousin; It has been some time since I heard from you. Do you not owe me a letter? Or is i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 January 1906

Fhe ashtqn Gazette. VOL. XI. NO. 45. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1906 WHOLE NUMBER 566. REVIEW OF 1905 A Brief Review of Events which Occured During the Past Year NUMEROUS MARRIAGES AND DEATHS RECORDED Has Been A Year of Rapid Advancement Commercial Lines which Is Accounted for the Enormous Cross. The year 1905 which has just come to a close may iustly be called a "record breaker." No year, within recall of the oldest resident, has there been as much pleasant weather, sunshiny days. The weather for the year has been par excellence and no one can remember a nicer autumn or a better winter up to Christmas. Business has been very good for the year as a whole and holiday trade was excellent. Ashton has been spared as far as any great calamity is concerned and as far as known, no one within its corporate limits in in distress. That our people may recall briefly the many important events of the year we give the following review of 1905. Jan. 5, 1905 City Council at its regular ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 January 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. WOUNDED BY THIEVES INTRUDERS IN SCHOOLHOUSE SHOOT PRINCIPAL. Pennsylvania IVdua-ou-ue SnffeM on Aeeount of 7.enl In Protecting Property of Public Kentucky Senator Says Mall Wan Opened. Prof. E. L. Loux, principal (if the So iderton. Ph., public schools, was shot and fa tally wounded by a robber who Jiad broken into n school house about Tialf a mile from Souderton. The bullet struck Mr. Loux in the abdomen and his physician says that he cannot live. Prof. Loux and Constable Lnndis were returning from Kulpsville when they saw a light in the school house. Believing that thieves had broken into the building and were engaged in looting it, the constable put Prof. Loux on guard near the building while he went for assistance. On his return Constable Lnndis entered the school house and found three men seated about the stove. One of the men drew a revolver and tired several shots at Landis. None of them took effect, however, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 January 1906

HOUSE WILL FIGHT. LOWER BRANCH TIRED OF SENATE DOMINATION. CJr3 II m " IB"'""""'""!' asm flUr Will Imbibe tbe Spirit ( Speaker Cannon, Tavrney and Hepburn, Leaders Who Are Ola In Membership but New In Influence. ATublncton correspondence: I HIS Is to be a fighting Congress, according to those who are watching conditions closely in W a s h 1 n gton. The strong men of both Senate and House will have their bands full. . In the House of 'B e p r esentatlves , the new men of ' the Cannon re- Yl gime are coming forward more con II spicuously than ever and will have an important part in the fighting. They .will divide honors with the older lead ers, who, because of their long tenure in high places, are sometimes disre spectfully called the "dowagers' of the House. In this class are such men as Grosvenor, Payne, Bingham, JDalzell, Hltt and several 'others. They will be leading spirits in the present House, but not so much the whole how as in several previous sessions. "Col. Pete" Hepburn. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 January 1906

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months, Three months 1.00 .50 .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 66. THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1906. THE NEARER BATTLE By Howard Fielding1 Copyright, 1908, by Charles W. Hooke F' FORTIFIED against the day's un kindly promise by a melan choly breakfast, Kendall re turned to the upper regions of the boarding house and resolutely Bat down to write. There lay before him the first pages of a story. It had stopped like a cheap clock in the smnll Lours of the morning, and be bad abandoned it with a groan and had gone to bed. But the thing must he tinkered and put together and wound mu iiirwn nfflrlMi A--as TJOOBTTno-waned -cue nuor up nau soia. tie scannea it in me " coI4 light of day and was amazed to flnd tome good In it, a clever bit of aiirsciernauon wastea, a loucn or uie picturesque oddly out of place, a glint - of truth I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 January 1906

mmmmaam mmMMMMMMMMMMmMMMMMMMMTMMMMVXBt What People Jfre Doing. Bed blankets to close, Huether, Mrs. G. N. Miller was quite sick last week. Chas. Brown was a visitor in Dixon Saturday. G. A. Krug was a passenger to Chicago Saturday. Miss Kathryn Schade went to Rochelle Saturday. Will Aschenbrenner went to Rochelle Saturday. Tony Reitz made a business trip to Dixon Friday. George VanNess was a Franklin Grove visitor Friday. Chas. Crum of Austin came Saturday to visit relatives. Brown Garrett was a business caller in Dixon Saturday. Dudley Reed and Fred Richardson went to Dixon Friday, Harry Quick was a business visitor in Dixon Friday night. Groceries fresh and reliable. Huether. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brewer went to Clinton, Iowa Thursday. Geo. Baker and family of Rochelle were visitors here Saturday. Andew Tilton of Algona, Iowa spent the holidays visiting relatives. Mrs. August Schafer and children went to Rochelle Saturday, Ladie's Fur Scarfs chea Huether. Miss Nancy Brown went to Roch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 January 1906

AN EPISODE OF 1793. With lace of gold upon his coat. And powder on his wary hair, A courtly smile upon his lip, He paused beside the scaffold stair. The headsman waited, cowled and grim, With strains of crimson on his sark; But o'er her slender hand he bent; "Let me go first, the way is dRrk." She wore a filmy kerchief crossed, A flowered gown of rich brocade; Her silken slippers, sewn with pearli, By prison floors were soiled and frayed. When last they met his ribboned lui Made music in a moonlit park; But now their love had come to this, "Let me go first, th way is dnrk.J' She gathered close the kerchiefs fold, To hide the beating of her heart; But answered softly as he went, " 'Tis but a moment that we part." The crowd grew dim, and far away. She seemed to hear a morning lark. And all his song was set to words "Let me go first, the way is dark." Though both are dust for many a year, These lovers of a troubled time, Yet knight and lady live to-day In sweet romance and silver rhyme...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 January 1906

FIT FOR A KING Is the "Oriental Limited" of the Great Norther Railway. The greatest luxury of travel Is afforded by t'je "Oriental Limited" of the Great Northern Railway. A distinctive feature of this train Is the new compartment observation library car. In the construction of these cars the purpose In view has been to furnish the traveling public with every comfort and luxury which they could secure at a first-class hotel or at their club. Base, 'elegance and excellence is the combination sought and obtained in the building of these cars. The observation rooms of these cars are finished In vermillion wood and the chairs are upholstered in green leather, the remainder of the furnishings being in rmony with the general color scheme. The card room is finished in English oak, with green leather seat coverings. The four state rooms, which re unusually large, are finished In mahogany, coco, vermillion and tonquin, while the furnishings are olive, reddish rose, green and maroon plush, In ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 January 1906

Christmas Suggestions. We would suggest the following as suitable and appropriate Christinas presents and are showing large assortments from which satisfactory selections can be made. Handkerchiefs, Collar & Cuff sets, Pillow tops, Hosiery, Handbags, Mufflers, Fascinators, Carpet sweeper, Table linen, Mittens Ribbons, Belts, Books, Corsets, Necklaces, Petticoats, Cloaks, Kid gloves, Dress Skirts, And a thousand and one useful appropriate arcticles which will suggest themselves as you glance through our stock. Kimonos Underwear, Silk wajsts, Umbrellas, Lace Curtains, Blankets, Batten berg Rugs, Furs, Aprons O. H. Martin Co. Dixon, Illinois. STUDYING BOTANY i for Are protection. Joseph SanREVIEW OF I905!defsoj Concluded from Page 1. oltls Evanerelical church holds impressive Quarterly Conference; order is out to number mail boxes; Ashton Ice Co. is incorporated. Sept. 28 Sidney Beach dies of injuries raceived in a runaway caused by an automobile; Thirteen new rural mail ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 January 1906

""Jt ' Fhe ashtn Gazette. ': VOL. XI. NO. 46. GEO. H. LUCKEY DIED THURSDAY ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THUJR8DAY, JANUARY 11. 1906. Lono Time Resident of This Vicinity Answers Final Summons FUNERAL TO BE HELD THIS MORNIMG Severe Ce Developed Monday. But Immediate Steps were Taken to Check Spread of Olseaie. Cause of Death Traced to Sciatica Rheuma tismBurial to be Made at Light House- George H. Luckey was born in Elmore, Ohio, December 27th, 1855 and passed from this life at his late home 14 miles north of town, on Tuesday last, January 9, 1906 at 9:00 o'clock in the forenoon. When a boy of some ten summers he came west with his parents who settled on a farm some eight miles north of Ashton. On Christmas day in 1877, Mr. Luckey was united in marriage with Miss Eldora Teil with whom he was called to part by her death October 13, 1885, after eight years of wedded life. Two children had been born to them, uniioru anu Jiiton, wuo survive the father and are residents of Ashton being known to all h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 January 1906

TfT THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. WOMEN ARE INVITED. GOVERNOR ASKS THEM TO COME TO ALASKA. drill Who Go to Northern Territory Ned t I.oiik Remain Simile Unless They Wlh To Chlcnwo Mn ii Slain In Colorado. One of the most frying needs of Alaska is wives, according to the annual report of John G. Brady, Governor of that territory. He appeals to the young women of America to come to Alaska and Set married. '"It is noticed," says the Governor, "that school ma'ams and oilier young women who come here reside in place only a short time before some Worthy admirer turns up and tells 'the told story.' A number of these chose matrimony during the past year. It is a delicate matter and not easy to arrange, but it is desirable to have more romeu of good mind and health to try this western life and home building. Those who have a love of children and desire to rear a family should learn what special advantages Alaska has to hold out to them." MAST PEBISH IN LANDS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 January 1906

LAND ASSESSMENTS CUT. Illinois Itonrd Deducts 918,828,667 and Adds Only fl,805,0B5. Numerous changes in the assessments of lands und lots in various counties of Illinois have been made by the State board of equalization. The total amount deducted on lands is $18,828,007 and the amount added is $1,303,055. The reduc tion was made in accordance with a report of the commission on lands and lots submitted to the board some time ago. U'hc per cent of reductions made in the various counties is as follows: P.C. r.c. uu rage I Vermilion . Champaign Moultrie . Shelby . ., Hrowu . , .. 15 .. 17 .. 15 .. 15 McHcmy 4 10 will De Kalb . Grundy .. Winnebago Lee Ogle ... . Whiteside Bureau .. Peoria .. 7 11 0 1 .. 15 .. 10 .. 8 .. 7 .. 10 .. 15 .. 15 Cuss Green . . 5! Menard Morgan . . Pike 10 5 5 Scott Stark 101 Madison . Monroe . . Tazewell 5 Ford 101 St. Clair 5 KinnirUam 5 Livingston 5 Logan 15 Jasper 15 Cumberland . ..16 Lawrence Rlrhlnnd 12 Edgar 141 Iroquois 20 Wabash 10 Kankakee 5, Increase...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 11 January 1906

THE ASHT01N GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months. Three months $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as sccoutl-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 60. THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 1906. SpiiiFS tart. State of Illinois,) ) ss. lee County. ) On Tuesday, the fifth day of December, A. D., 1005, the board of supervisors of Lee county, Illinois, met at the oourt house in I he city of Dixon, pursuant to adjournment. Present, Hon. E. C. Parsons, chairman, and the following members: Jas. Kirby, A. J. Tompkins, J. M. Trostle. J J. Wagner, H. F. Gehant, M. A. Crawford, AV. H. Edwards, N. A. Cortright, W. C. Jones, T. P. Long, S. L. Shaw, Hugh McGuire, J. H. Huyett, W. W. Harden, J. C. McCleary, Michael Sullivan, Person Cheney, A. T. Tourtillott, E. C. Lamb, P. L. Childs, and F. E. Rogers. On motion of Supervisor Crawford, all bills on fill against Lee county were referred to their proper committees. On motion ...

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