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

he Ashton Gazette ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1904. WHOLE NUMBER 499. VOL. X. NO. 31. . i i COMPANIES CONSOLIDATE Lee County Telephone Co. Sells Outside Exchanges to Farmers' Co. POSSESSION WILL BE GIVEN OCTOBER I Tkt EwbMfM Ati AtktM. Aatw. PfsaMIt Grove. It Ceattr., Snblctte All WtltM Art liclndt la TtoStl. Friday a deal was consummated whereby the Lee County Telephone Company sold their exchanges and property in Ashton, , Franklin Grove, Amboy, Lee Center, Walton and Sublette to ' the Farmer's Telephone Co. All the Lee County Company retains of their once large telephone system is the Dixon exchange. The o-ffanfcation of the Farmers' Telephone Company is well understood by the people of Ashton, and in less than a year they " have put over 3500 subscribers on their exchange board here. It has been talked of for some time that there would be a consolidation of the. two companies and during that time the officials of the Farmers' Co., have been working earnestly to sec...

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

NATURAL AND SPIRITUAL SIGHT e Sermon by the "Highway and Byway" Preacher. ( Copyright, HUM, bjr J. H. Kdjon.) Chicago, Sunday, Sept. IS, 1904. Text: "What man knoweth the things of a man, save the spirit of man, which is in him? even so the things of God knoweth no man but the Spirit of God."-lI. Cor. 2:11. N explaining spiritual things and spiritual processes and operations in the human heart and life, it is logi cal and reasonable for man to start with the natural and the material and through r the processes and operations there met with to learn of and understand the things which .pertain to the soul and God. Our text contains a query and a declaration. It Is a proposition In the form of a que?' tion and then a logical deduction from that proposition. The first is a thought -which the natural man can grasp and "understand. And perhaps it would be well to clearly define just what Is meant by the natural and the spiritual man, inasmuch as the terms are used in apposition, and indic...

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

IN B0YA1 CIRCLES. The sultan of Turkey has conferred the order ol the Hamedaml-el-Osman upon the Austrian emperor. The crown prince of Slam, who has bee traveling In Europe, Is to enter the Buddhist priesthood next month. The czar's salary of $5,000,000 annually Is paid him by monthly checks of $400,000, each on the National bank of iRussla. The approval of King Edward of the reappointment of Lord Curzon, of Kedleston, as viceroy of India has been announced. The queen of Roumanla has taken a great fancy to Florize Reuter, a youthful American violinist She calls him her "flower child." Emperor Francis Joseph has announced that henceforth, owing to advancing years, he will be unable to return abroad the visits of foreign monarchs. Whenever the Grman emperor goes to Norway he always engages as his pilot a mariner' named Nordhua. On every trip the latter receives 3,000 marks. The shah of Persia Is having a $5,000 cigar case made in Birmingham. There are to be no jewels in it, but it wil...

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

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBM9HEI KVKNY THURSDAY. TF.RMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months. Three months S1.00 .50 - .25 Entered at the postoffice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1904. Snaps in furs IIuethek's, Warren Sanders' sale Sept. 28 Mrs. Elizabeth Putman went to Clinton, Iowa, Tuesday to vi . it. Born to Bruce Hardesty and wife, Sept. 19, an eight pound boy. A. J. Nickey left for Luvcrne ' Minnesota, Tuesday evening on a weeks' business trip.' Miss Grace Ingalls of Chicago came Tuesday to be the guest of her friend, Miss Janet Griffith. W. M. McMillan of Kussellville, Kentucky came this week to visit with his son P. McMillan ff this cl.-ice. It is the first time they have, seen each other for , six years. In our write-up last week of " the' Soldier's Reunion at Oregon we were given the name of one old soldier just after we went to press. Chas. Trainer who served in Co. H., 60th New York Infant ry was in atten...

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

The Gazette, $1.00 a year. Brooms 15c at Huether's Geo. W. Krug went to Roche lie Monday. Remember Huetber's closing: out sale. The Gazette and Inter Ocean both for $1.05. Miss Eva Anderson visited over Sunday in Dixon. Dr. Petersmeyer was a Rochelle visitor Monday. ' Fred Mehlhausen went to Dixon to visit, Saturday. Everything' at reduced prices. Hubthkr. John Hayes and family spent Tuesday in Rockford. A. J. Nickey was a Franklin Grove visitor Saturday. . E. J. Randall was a Franklin Grove caller Thursday. 32 lbs. head rice $1.00. Hukthe,h's. John Beahen transacted business in Dixon Monday. . James F. Pahner4jf Dixon was a calkr in town Monday. A. L. Clark and Chas. were Franklin Grove visitors Thursday. Mrs. Mattin Ward of Chicago visited old friends in town Fri day. Mrs. M. A. Simpson went to Rochelle Thursday to visit a few days. A. VV. Dierdorff returned Tliurs day from a business trip out in Iowa. Mrs. J. Parson, of Rochelle, visited Friday with Mrs. 11. J. Hurd. Miss Cora Jo...

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

-1 The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. ILLINOIS These requirements as to the height of buildings in Manchester, Eng., are enforced: Buildings in narrow streets shall not exceed In height two and one-half times the width of such street; buildings in the principal streets are restricted to 90 feet, and buildings in ordinary streets are restricted to G5 feet. During the last year the New York street railroads and elevated took In a billion five-cent fares. This, according to the New York World, is the first time that the billion mark has beeu reached. That means tha payment of ?30,000,000 by the people of New York for the services rendered by the local transportation companies. A French author had two thermometers one of the ordinary glass, the other painted black placed in the tun. In the white glass the mercury rose to 144. Under the black paint it went up to 157 in the same position. The inference is. that people who wear black coats are warmer in the sunshine than tho...

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

The Ashton Gazette R. J. ASHTON, DEAN. Publisher. ILLINOIS THE OBSTINACY OF EGOTISM. "'I hung the jury," said the man, "And I was only one. But few of us there are who can Thus boast of, what we've done. "At first th other aide had nine, ' And we were only three; The nine did stubbornly decline To let the man go free. "I never, saw such mullshness As those nine men dlspjayed; ', I pointed out their foolishness. But still could not persuade. "Then one deserted us, despite The fact I surely knew That I am always In the rightSo then we were but two. "The other bowed to argument That I refused to hear; That I alone have common sense To me Is very clear. "Eleven most pig-headed men They showed themselves to be; This fact was proved quite clearly when They would not bow to me. "But now my bosom swells with pride; For when I walk the street My vanity is. gratified By all I chance to meet. "1 note that I am pointed out By nine men out of ten; Their comments show, without a doubt, I'm worth ...

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

DISTRICT CONVENTION Freeport District. Illinois Conference. Evangelical Association Meets With Reynolds Church MANY PASTORS AND DELEGATES PRESENT Convention TaCtose With To-nHnts 8ilon- Ltrie crowds in atodbbom -ry session Crett Interest Is Manifested Sneclal to Tbk Qxzwan. The District Ministerial Con vention of Freeport uistnct 11fprpnee of the Evanfirel- a sanriation convened at the Reynolds church on Monday and nw Thn following1 minis- ters were present: Presiding: Eld er W. A. scnutieoi rrecpuit, j. J. Lintner, Belvidere; H. Scheffner, Winslow, N. Wunderlich, Freeport; J. I. Holtzman, Sterling; J. H. Blaser, Hooppole; J. A. Schweitzer, Davis; H. J. Osterland, Pearl City; F. C. Neitz, Freeport; A. J. Boelter, Geneseo; A. Good, Malta; W. C Hallwach Forreston; J. Widmer, Polo; F. W. Doedc, Mt. Carroll, E. Burgi, Walnut. . . . , T- AAUTnn. tffnrtv Visitors and delegates from various churches were in attendance, x yii C. Marth and his good people had made ample arrangements for the ...

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

1 TEE AS AZETT WHOLE NUMBER C0. VOL. X. NO. 32. ASHTON. ILLINOIS, T1IUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1904. HTQN CONVENTION A SUCCESS ONE OF THE BEST CONVENTIONS ever HELD IN FREEPORT DIS-TRfCT Will meet Next Year With t Church At fleneseo A Great Interest Was - Manifested the Special to ThiGaxittb. 'Excellent" is the word which fitly expresses the opinion of all the delegates concerning the conthr RfTTnnli1i r.hurch. On Tuesday the attendance was . all that could be expected both as to delegates and visitors from outside, and as to the friends from, the neighborhood. The papers and discussions were of a ycry helpful and inspiring nature above the ordinary. The spirit of earnest inquiry into : better methods of teaching and cunductn,g was very noticeable. Interest was at high tide. Every one seemed alert to hear and learn of the ninny Rood things presented during the day. At the forenoon session the church was filled with delegates and visitors. After opening devotional exercises led by Kev. W...

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

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN. Publisher. ASHTON, - ILLINOIS AIM'S M l The largest station for wireless telegraphy is being placed near Pisa. Italy. On its completion, by the end of the year, it is expected to afford direct communication with all countries in Europe, as well as the United States and Canada, and with all vessels on the Mediterranean, Indian and Atlantic oceans. The steam turbine principle ha been adapted to a centrifugal highpressure pump. The action is reversed, however, the water entering at what would be the exhaust end, gradually accelerating as it passes through the several fixed and movable vanes, until it acquires a high velocity at what would ordinarily be the outlet end. All the News of the Past Seven Days Condensed. HOME AND FOREIGN ITEMS Sews of the Industrial Field, Personal and Political Items, Happenings at Home and Abroad. THE NEWS FKOM ALL THE WOULD In general, it may be said that Mexico is no place for a man without capital. It is a new country, in t...

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

The Ashton Gazette R. J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON. ILLINOIS THE EVENING OF THE YEAR, .When the mists are on the bayou, In the. evening of the year. Then I see a torrent rushing Through a canyon, and I hear, Where a bowlder seeks to stop it, Its fierce growling updertone; Then my heart is in tne valleys, By the hills that were my own. .When the mists are on thu bayou Then my eyes are misty, too. And the wide green plains and rolling, Swiftly changing to the view, Bring the sheer cliff by the river Where the trout and grayling are, And the ragged birch is waving From each Jagged cliff and scar. Oh, ifs then through eyes grown misty Comes a picture long grown dim, Of the pool below the hemlock Where a boy I learned to swim; Of the alders by the river Where we cut our fishing poles, And old secrets come back to me Of the lucky Ashing holes. Oh, it's Just along in winter In the evening of the year, When I know the frost is changing Ev'ry mountain scar and mere, That I feel a sort of tuggi...

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

tTHE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN, VD1TOR AND PUBLISHER. PUByBHED K.VKRY THUHSDAY. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION'. pne year ,Six mouths, Xfhree nipiiths 51.' ntered at the postoffice iij Ashton Illinois, .1.- .si:uuim-i:ui? iiuuitii THUKivDAY, SEPT. 20, l'J04. WASHINGTON I.ICTTKK, from Our Regular Correspondent. Washinqton, Sep,t. 22, 1904 Your correspondent called to lay nt the headqijarterg of th democratic congressional com tnittee and found con"ressma towherd with hip coat off rusl 1 ftg thino;g. I asked him if finally succeeded in gettingthe moej he needed from Mr, iJelnipnt. His reply was non committal, for he shunted me o the subiect by a remark whic .was entirely irrelevant. The administration is badly .worried over superannuated clerks In the pension office there are 407 between sixty and sixty-nine ,81 who are seventy to seventy four, 20 whq are seventy-five to keyenty-nine; and 14 who are bp' tween eijf hty and ninety. There are more than 5,00Q of these i government service, wiio...

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

I 'Ml i.IP..l Hl I I What People JIre Doing. The Gazette, $1.00 a year. Grafton Self of Pion visited in town Sunday. Wm. E. Trein visited at home in Dixon Sunday. Mrs. Lewis Wood iwas a Chica go visitor Tuesday,, Mrs. .Edna Joseph of , Dixon visited in town Sunday, M. II, Randall made a business trip to Afra Monday. M. M. IJillniire was a business visitor in Oregon Friday. Geo. E. Geyer made a business trip to Rockford Tuesday. P. McMillan and sisters were Chicago visitors Tuesday. Dr. Brewer of Shabbona visited his parents here Sunday. Miss Beulah Hurd visited her sister jn Oregon over Sunday, Reynolds, the. piano man, of JJochelle, was in town Tuesday. Albert Hortpn of Dixon was a business visitor j.n town Monday, F. p. Cliadwtek came over from tee to spend Sunday at home. ' t A Miydp pratton of FrankGrove visitg4 friends in town Sunday. "Miss Kniss returned to her home in Dixon Monday after a visit here. - Fok SVB, chQjip, a baby buggyfood us new. Jw Mrs. Wm, Fakvek. . Andrew Wor...

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

'V' I i WASHINGTON LETTER V EOE TIMELY GOSSIP FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITOL. PASSING OF. CONFEDERATES Ex-Senator Vest Was the Last Mem ber of the Southern Senate When Pugh Made a MistakeOther Items. Washington. With the death of exSenator George G. Vest, of Missouri a few weeks ago there passed away the last remaining member of the confederate senate. There are still living fire ex-members of the confed erate congress, and one member of President Davis' cabinet. The last vestiges of that government that fought for life so Ex-Senator Vest. strenuously for four years are fast being removed. The surviving mem ber of the Davis cabinet is ex-Senator John H. Reagan, of Texas. He was postmaster general of the confederacy. The five members of the confederate house of representatives are Judge John V. Wright, of Tennessee, now an attorney in the, general land office of the Interior department; Messrs. Atkins and Colyar, of Tennessee; Judge John Goode, of Virginia, and ex-United States Senator Ja...

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

f mSm. ' 9msm J J FLAT CEILING THE THING. 1 How to Build a Chicken House That tV ypL I B J Is Cool la Summer and Warm ifiK I I ln winter. J 4 W4X V VJ There has been a good deal said about S "IJapfefejgSSi'w V how chicken houses ought to be built k ' (immtJrS- V Just allow me to give our readers a few m NfcJXX tV JFlTOSOWmF I useful points regarding natural heat A IrwJI'VSwyV t'tW pW ' during cold winter months. A chicken A. VSM WmM$f vWifl house ought to have a flat ceiling, eithjW? "f iPt WSw er ter PaPered or Plastered, the walls, Sf Mr reaSD haVlD8 CeU" vOVf rmS n " ffl ' liWp XUl Av .vA -A s; ,r WaPvf .. l house with flat ceiling. - 'Many women are denied the happiness of children, through derangement of the g-enera- tive organs. Mrs. Beyer advises women to use Lydia K Pinkham's Vegetable Compound "Dkab Mes. Putkham: I suffered with stomach complaint for jrcaia. guc bo uaa mac l coiua not carry my children but five months, then would have a miscarriage. The last time I became p...

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

Going out of .LEAVING FRANKLIN GROVE. (Closing og,t ntire stock of Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Robes, Trunks, Satchels, etc. ' if you want bargains it will pay you to call at once, jlf you wait someone will snap gp the very article you want. 5r F, CHURCH. franklip Grow " - Illinois To the Citizens of Ashton And Vicinity:-' Having purchased Mr. Hintz' gallery known as The Ashton Studio, I solicit your patronage and good will. Having been in the business for twenty-five years, I think I can do firstclass work, and shall endeavor to please all who give me a trial. All work guaranteed. Will be here all the time. Respectfully, L. SCMAEFFER. ASHTON, Obituary. Rosanna Farver was born in Columbia County, Pennsylvania, January 23, 1830 and died near 'Ashton, September 20, 1904, aged 5?4 years, 7 months and " 28 days. In the year 1856 she was united fti marriage with Jacob Pyatt of her own place, with ,whom she .was permitted to live in happy partial bonds until the year 1876 .whetf...

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

ASHTON. ILLINOIS, THTJL DAY OCTOBER 61904. WHOLE NUMBER 501. VOL. X. NO. 33. COUNCIL MEETIN6. Vutaw Brt mt It Kecntar SmsIob, May Bint Allowed. , The regular meeting: of the village council was held at the city hall" Monday evening. Those present were, President Farver, Clerk Bates and Trustees Henert, Arnould, Tuck, Meister and Kurtti. No important questions were before the council and nothing much out of the routine of business was transacted. Bills to the amount of $926.60 were allowed and ordered paid. On motion by Kurth, seconded by Meistec a, cement sidewalk was granted to Mrs. Hart on the north side of her property. Carried unanimously on the call for ayes and noes. On motion by Kurth, seconded by Meister to allow -N. A. Petrie to pipe into the tuw,n cistern and also to conniL-ct a pipe for a pump, the town to put in the waste water pipe, was carried unanimously on the call for ayes and noes. On motion, by Henert, seconded by Tuck tup council adjourned. Married In Chicago. A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 October 1904

The Ashton Gazette R.J. ASHTON, DEAN. Publisher. - - ILLINOIS In Germany tramps are set to work, unless they can make satisfactory explanation for their idleness, and the work they are made to do is not so easy hut that they wlU try to find something more to their liking when they are released. .1 The corn-producing states of Austra lia are New South Wales and Queensland, New South Wales having 1C7,733 acres, producing 3,844,993 bushels, or 22.9 bushels an acre, and Queensland 116,983 acres, producing 2,569,118 bushels, or 22 bushels an acre. The production of pig iron has increased from less than 7,000,000 tons in 1894 to 18,000,000 tons In 1903, yet the exportation of pig Iron in 1903 was only about 18,000 tons, indicating that practically all of the enormously increased production was utilized at horn for the manufacture of finished products tf iron and steel. An idea of the Importance of the sardine Industry may be had when the exports to the United States alone are considered. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 October 1904

The Ashton Gazette It. J. DEAN, Publisher, ASHTON. - ILLINOIS SOLACE IN NATURE. Whan Fortune had no smile (or you, and ' joy seemed out of reach, And you and Happiness, alas! were very tar apart, Did you ever stand at twilight on soma quiet, wave-waahed beach, And let the sea's soft monotone speak comfort to your heart? When Life had lost Its saTor, and chill disappointment fell On the cherished plan or project that you had gladly made. Did you ever bend your footsteps to some green and tranquil dell. Where the trees grow leaves for heal Ins, and birds sing unafraid? When Death had cast Its shadow, and loving voice was Btill That had been as tender music to the sunshine of your day, Did you ever take your sorrow to the moorland or the hill. And let the whispering breezes charm your bitter tears away? For Nature, sweet In silence and passing sweet In speech. Has a word for every trouble and balm for every smart: But to Qnd her gifts of solace, which are well within our reach, We must...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 6 October 1904

THE ASHTON GAZETTE RALPH J. DEAN. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months. Three u'lotiths $1.00 .50 - .25 Entered, at the postoflice in Ashton, Illinois, as second-class matter. TELEPHONE NO. 6S. THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1904. Board of Supervisors' Proceedings. .STATE OP ILLINOIS ) Lee County. j The annual meeting-of the Board of Supervisors of Lee county Illinois was iheld at the court house in the city of Dixon, ,ou Tuesday the thirteenth day of September, A. D. 1904. Present the Hon. E. C. Parsons, chairman, and the following members James Kirby, A. J. Tompkins, J. M Trostle, John J. Wagner, H. F. Gehant, M. A. Crawford, W. H. Edwards N. A. Cortright, W. C- Jones, Win, Anderson, James P. Dunn, Thomas P, Long-, S. L. Shaw, Frank B. Keller, Hugh McGuirk, Henry Shippert, W. W. Harden, John C. McCleary, M, Sullivan, Person Cheney, A. T. 'Tourtillot, E. C.Lamb, F. L. Childsand F, E. Rogers. On motion of Supervisor Shippert, all bills on fil...

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