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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 June 1907

I I SCREEN DOORS. "The Store of Quality" I m. Our stock comprises all the regular sizes and several styles all well made and covered with the best of screen. Prices from 75cts to $1.75. We also have four sjzes in adjustable window screens at 20c, 25c, 30c, and 35c each. HAMMOCKS. We have a 1 nice, line of these all good patAs we buy the factory samples we are able to sell hammocks very reasonable. Til I !?mtM r.1 ii nit ; , ', t' ' i . I 1 i '. "- ll "7,'' " ) 'l " L II I I H i-W' - " aliSil i u i i n n i choice goods, terns. 1 1,' jl ' J" " ' I J 1 f : t ; J1" V'i -' 1 - Lfl iiair iiJMMa-MMMMMi-i i-ilr-iiM MOORE & GLENN. Implements, Coal, Lumber, Lime, & Salt. Griffith Brothers, Ashton. Baby Chick Tood Scratch Tood Bee f Scraps Alfalfa meal Tine and Coarse Grit Oyster Shell Oil meal Tine & Pea Size Lawn mowers Grass Catchers fiammocks Garden tools Uew telephone Batteries -jRtGeo. ?. Charters. Agent for International Stock Tood, Vl'l L I . THE LIK...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 June 1907

SOYd 07 tON-Q AGO. When I go down to Gungawamp, As now and then I do, I run across some good old chap Whom long ago I knew. And he will want to stop and talk, And pass the time o' day And ask bow I have got along Since I have been away. "Uv course," says he, "yew understand I ain't a-nosin' round Inqulrln' intew yewr affairs, But, Bill, I'll jest be bound, I'd kinder like to know how much Yew've mnde ; uv course, yew know We're interested in the boys Who lived here years ago." Another one will hem and haw And say : "Bill, is it true Thet yew hev trouble with yewr wife, Ez people' say yew dew? Uv course, I ain't a-meddlin', Bill, I jest wanted ter know ; Becuz we're interested in Our boys uv long ago." "Uv course," they add, "it's jest becu We're interested, Bill, An' not becuz we're curious, 'Cuz yew're one uv us still." I like to go to Gungawamp And meet the friends I know; They are so interested in Their boys of long ago. New York Sun. 3CS0CXXXXX0OXXXX3(XX2(C A RIDE IN AN ICE BOX ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 June 1907

Hla Apolotfj-. "What now, Hogernby? Have you been (fettinR married a confirmed woman hater like youV" "It's true, Slyfers. But. I er almost had to do it. It wns the only way I could get my old tightwad of a boss to give me a vacation." Ask Tonr Dealer for Allen's Foot-Kne A powder to shake Into your shoes. Tt rests the feet. Cures Corns, Bunions. Swollen, Sore, Hot, Callous, Aching. Sweating feet and Ingrowing Nails. Allen's. Foot-Ease makes new or tfsrht shorn easy. Sold by all Druggist anil Shoe Stores, 2?e. Sample malied FREE. Address Allen 8. Olmsted, I Hoy, X. Y. ' Canada has enacted a law providing for the payment of a salary to the leader of the opposition in Parliament. Mm. Wlnslow's Soothi-o Btrtjp for Children teething; aoftena the suing, reduces inflammation, aj. lays pain. onrM Kind oolio. 25 woti ft bottle. Do You Think For Yourself ? Or, do you open your mouth like a young" I gulp down whatever food or medli offered you 1 4 t t 4p an Intelligent thinking woman. In need...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 20 June 1907

I tOITOfiS HAVEA ' LOOK AT PEORIA r1 iQC ,cjJ Tloosier Kitchen Cabinets. ILLINERY AT ThU nnr snerialtv. and the ereatest labor-savins- device ...... - -i- -j , r, i ever invented for the Housewife. Call and be Your Own Judge. It costs but a few cents a day to purchase one which is so trifling that you will wonder why you have not got one long ago. GEORGE W. UNGER, Enthusiastic Meeting of the Illinois Press AssoVISIT TO ASYLUM FOR INSANE CLEARING PRICES M it' ii ROCHELLE, ILLINOIS. ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce to the public that I have opened a Blacksmith shop in the building north of Griffith Bros' office. I will be pleased to work for my former patrons. Everything in my line, such as fr& horse-shoeing, plow grinding, woodworking and general blacksmithing will be executed to the best of my ability. D. M. BILLMIRE, Ashton, - Illinois. SOW RAPE SEED In you corn after your last plowing; best feed for hogs. Use Paris Green, White Hellebore, Slug Shot, London Purple for hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 June 1907

I r Fhe ashtcIm Gazette. VOL. XIII. NO. 18. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 643 OIL MEN MEET THIS AFTERNOON Will Hear Reports on Situation At Present WILL LEAVE FOR WYO MING TUESDAY EVE Sale of the Additional Tract of 2.720 Acres U Progressing Very Rapidly. The members of the board of directors of the Wyoming: Land and Development company have been very busy of late getting things in readiness for develop ing the land. President Brem mer has issued a call for a meet ing of the directors this afternoon and a full attendance is ex pected. Many great questions will come up at this meeting and will be passed upon. Secretary S. T. Zeller has just returned from eastern Ohio where he went to consult with his brother-in-law, Dr. Stubbs in regard to procuring an honest oil expert. Dr, Stubbs lives in the famous eastern Ohio oil field and is well acquainted. Zeller's report at the meeting to be held this afternoon will be a very interesting one. One of the board member...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 June 1907

A MISFIT INDEPENDENCE. Pop said that independence wag the greatest thins he knew, And when my daddy says a thing it's generally true. It helps a man to triumph for the right and send his foes Up where the great Salt river is, up where the woodbine grows. But woe is me that It should be; It didn't work that way with me. And this is how it was, you see: On July Fourth when I got up I'd set tied in my mind That I'd be Just the freest of the inde pendent kind; I'd have my way all through the day, uo matter what should hap, And that is why face down I lie across my daddy s lap, Ann that is why I cry, "Oh, my!" as he lays on the strap. Ho told me just at breakfast time to help him feed the cows, And when I said I wouldn't we'd the prettiest of rows. Bui I was firm, for I was free, Just as he said I ought to be, And then I skipped. Ah, woe is me! I stayed away the livelong day, And then there was the deuce to pay, For when I got back home that night My daddy's wrath was out of sight He wou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 June 1907

w NATURE PROVIDES FOR SICK WOMEN a more potent remedy In the roots and herbs of the field than was ever produced from drugs. In the good old-fashioned days of our grandmothers few drugs were used in medicines and Lydia E. Pinkham, of Lynn. Mass., in her study of roots and herbs and their -power over disease discovered and gave to the women of the world a remedy for their peculiar ills more potent and efficacious than any combination of drugs. iAM I LYDIA E. PINK! Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is an honest, tried and true remedy of unquestionable therapeutic value. During its record of more than thirty years, its long list of actual cures of those serious ills peculiar to women, entitles Lydia E. Pinkhams Vegetable Compound to the respect and confidence of every fair minded person and every thinking woman. When women are troubled with irregular or painful functions, weakness, displacements, ulceration or inflammation, backache, flatulency, general debility, indigestion or ner...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 June 1907

' 1 UBi BILLS PASSED 3Rpublicn Party Proves Friend ship for Workmen by Laws K Has Passed. JSOME GREAT BILLS ADOPTED Blather Wages, Shorter Honrs and Iraproved Conditions Due to Laws Supported by Party. Since the birth of the Republican , 4arty in 1850 It has been legislating In every congress for the uplifting of laor and the betterment of conditions Xot all working clnsses. Through -tariff laws the people of the United States have been protected ngalnst the rtieaper laborers of the outside world nd the wages are from two to ten times larger than those received elsefcere. Through the party's legislation the wage earners all receive the ull dollar and their savings and investments have been protected. Not only have the wages constantly been Increased and their hours of labor reduced, but the sanitary conditions fcii ve been Improved. Inspection and liability laws have given to working men and women far better conditions and advantages than are to be found to any other country. AH the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 June 1907

Ml SCREEN DOORS. "The Store of Quality" 30 ,4f ii.j Our stocjr comprises all the regular sizes and several styles all well made and covered with the best of screen. Prices from 75cts to $1.75. "ye also have four sizes in adjustable window screens at 20c, 25c, 30c, and 35c each. HAMMOCKS. We have a " nice, choice line of these goods, all good pat6terns. As we buy the factory samples we are able to sell hammocks very reasonable. MOORE & GLENN. Implements, Coal, Lumber, Lime, & Salt. Griffith Brothers, Ashton. Baby Chick Tood Scratch Tood Beef Scraps jRlfalfameai Tme and Coarse Grit Oyster Shell Oil Itleal Tme & Pea Size Lawn Mowers Grass Catchers fiammocks Garden tools Hew telephone Batteries Geo. H. Charters Jlgent for International Stock Tood, Pineules are for the Kidneys and Bladder. They bring quick relief to backache, rheumatism, lumbago, tired worn out feeling. They produce natural action af the kidneys iafiltering waste matter out of the bloo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 June 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. DKOP WAGE DEMAND. ACTION OF SHEET AND TIN MILL EMPLOYES. Will Conillnne o Work I'mler Scale f Lnut Venr 1IS,000 Men Affected Client Hold l"p Lawyer for Damage Claim Voucher. Wages will not be advanced in the beet and tin mills of the country this year and r.f strike will follow the refusal f the manufacturers to concede an increase of 0 to 16 per cent, demanded at the annual convention of the Amalgamated Association at Toledo last month. Negotiations for the adoption of the cale have been carried on in Pittsburg fcetween representatives of the Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers and officers of the American Steet and Tin Plate Company, and as a result of the conferences last year's cale will stand. After discussing the demands thoroughly, President C. W. Bray of the company informed the workers committee that the condition of the tin market would not justify an advance and that if they insisted upon i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 June 1907

JORGE IE1SH REVOLT. STARVING PEOPLE ATTACK LANDLORDS. .allots Hire Alreadr Occurred Fanners Unable to Support FamlUee Constabulary Being Increased Strife la Feared by English. Since the Nationalists' eonTentlon In (Dit)lln rejected the partial home-rule clVme ef the English Liberal governnejit, affairs In Ireland have been rapadly drifting Into an acute phase. Nationalist Ireland has repudiated all forms of compromise, and the extremists hve secured a greater following -than they had had since the days of tthe old Land League. A new oiganlzaitlon, the Sinn Fein, composed of young FAREWELL. Cincinnati Post. men, is securing an immense following. Sinn Fein demands not only an Independent Ireland, but a revival of the old Gaelic tongue and the Gaelic literature. In the western counties the discontent Is extreme. In Kings and Galway Counties there have been repeated raids on property, which the police have been unable to prevent and the ourts have been unable to punish. In VICTIMS OF TH...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 27 June 1907

DC iQC 3C 4 !4 Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets. This is our specialty, and the greatest labor-saving- device ever invented for the Housewife. Call and be Your Own Judge. It costs but a few cents a day to purchase one which is so trilling- that you will wonder why you have not got one long ago. GEORGE W. UNGER, ROCHELLE, - - - ILLINOIS. ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce to the public that I have opened a Blacksmith shop in the building north of Griffith Bros' office. I will be pleased to work for my former patrons. Everything in my line, such as horse-shoeing, plow grinding, woodworking and general blacksmithing will be executed to the best of my ability. D. M. BILLMIRE, Ashton, - Illinois. SOW RAPE SEED In you corn after your last plowing; best feed for hogs. Use Paris Green, White Hellebore, Slug Shot, London Purple for higs and worms on potatoes, cucumbers, cabbages. If you dip your chickens with KRESO DIP they will be entirely free from all kinds of lice for the rest of the year. The best...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 July 1907

Ball' Game at 2 o'clock; Band Concert at 8:30 P. M. Everybody Specially InvitecL Fhe ashtgp Gazette. VOL. XIII. NO 19. ASHTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1907. WHOLE NUMBER 644 15TH W.H.&F. M.S. CONVENTION To be Held In United Evangelical Church July 13 to 16th SPEAKERS OF FOUR DISTRICTS TO ATTEND leofthly Proirim It Prepare! sol the Subject of Mlufoat-Both Home sod Foreign WU1 te Intellectuslly Discussed. The fifteenth annual ' session of the Illinois Conference Branch of the Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary Society of the United Evangelical Church will be held in this city beginning Saturday evening July 13th and lasting over the following Tuesday, .the 16th. A very lengthy and elaborate program has been prepared and spe akersof much prominence will be present, Saturday evening Rev. J. H. Johnson will give the address of welcome which will be followed by the annual address by the president, Mrs. Emma Divan. Sunday morning Rev. L. C. Schmidt will preach the annual s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 July 1907

THE ASHTON GAZETTE. RALPH J. DEAN, Publisher. ASHTON, ILLINOIS. EXECUTION OF THKEE TRIPLE HANGING IN JEFFERSON CITY, MO., JAIL. Prisoner Who Murdered Guards and Convict Pay Extreme Penally of Crime New Jersey Workman Mark for Ill-Lock. Harry Vaughau aud Edward Raymond, convicts sentenced to the penitentiary from St. Louis, and George Ryan, a convict sentenced from Kansas City, were hanged in the county jail in Jefferson City. Mo., Thursday for the killing of Prison Guard Jolfn Clay during a concerted attempt to escape from the penitentiary. The three were hanged at the ame moment. !.ieriff Scott sprung the trap nud five minutes Inter all three were pronounced dead. No statement was made from the scaffold. The executions marl-i the frmiuntion of a desperate attempt the trio made on the afternoon of Nov. 24, 190"), to escape from the penitentiary. During the outbreak Prison Guards John Clay and E. Allison nnd Convict E. I'.Iake were shot dead. After two trials the men were convicted o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 July 1907

BEVOLT IN PORTUGAL ONE HUNDRED ARE RIOTS. KILLED IN .Blola Fight to Dethrone Klma Carlo, but Soldier Cat Dow Hundred Civilian Htirl Brick and , Bolllnar Water. Six hundred rioters were shot and sperhaps 100 were killed In street con flicts between .mobs and government troops In three- northern towns ot .Portugal. The-dissatisfaction Is spreading to the army and reports from Oporto advise the War Department of the mutiny of six battalions of tillery. Conflicts are numerous all -over the nation', and strenuous efforts .are being made by the authorities to -quell the uprising against King Carlos. Fired on by the troops, hunted down Jlke rabbits through the narrow streets, .and finally pursued by cavalry wbick' rode down, men,' women and chlldrea Indiscriminately, many are dead and .wounded In the three northern towni 'af Braga, Villa Real and- Vlanna TM Castello. The mobs paraded the streeti shouting "Down with absolutism," and decrying ' King Carfs for his attempt to rule thd country ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 July 1907

3H Assessment List. The following- is a list of the "Assessed Value" of the Real Estate and Personal Property of the several towns named as asssessed by the township assessor and equalized between the towns by the Supervisor of Assessments. The "Assessed Value" is one-fifth of the fair cash value, hence five times the amount published will be the fair cash value of the property as assessed. The Board of Review will be in session from July 1st to August 1st to near complaints and make corrections. Ashton Real Estate. COWHSBIF 22 RAMOS II. Section 10 HO. OF ASSBS'D ACRES VALOl Geo A Brown nex nex 40 400 teven Knapp nwx nex 40 400 B C Pyatt swX nex 40 400 C D Clutz Be neX 40 400 Steven Knapp nex nw X 40 400 Wo Hart N6 acres wtf nwx 6 110 BenJ Rolph S20acreswnwX 20 840 Wm Hark S29.84 a vH nw X 28.84 28 B C Pyatt sex nwX 40 700 L. Bowers nex SWX 40 400 Wm Hark Frac nwx swX 29.88 AKnawswXsexasexswX 80 1840 L. Bowers eKseXftnwXsex 120 1440 Fred Tllton frac swX swx 80 560 Section 20. Willia...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 July 1907

HAVE YOU "The Store of Quality" r jCantiH ana praottalH j SEEN IT? IT RUNS SO EASY OUR NEW Sunshine Washer Is creating considerable enthusiasm, because of its ease in operation and the durable construction of the Machine. Come in and try it. 4 MOORE & Implements, Coal, Lumber, Lime, & Salt Griffith Brothers, Ashton. Baby Chick Tood Scratch Tood Bee f Scraps Malta meal Tine and Coarse Brit - Oyster Shell Oil meal Tine & Pea Size Lawn mowers Brass Catchers Bammocks Garden tools flew telephone Batteries -jRtGeo. K Charters Agent for International Stock Tood. Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets. This is our specialty, and the greatest labor-saving device ever invented for the Housewife. Call and be Your Own Judge. It costs but a few cents a day to purchase one which is so trifling that you will wonder why you have not got one long ago. GEORGE W. UNGER, ROCHELLE, - - - ILLINOIS. 99 GLENN. Guy Shottenkirk was a visitor in Oregon Sunday. August Kersten was a Rochel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 July 1907

GIFSY SONG. i Under me the grass, , Over me the sky, 1 can sleep and dream until The night goes by ; Till the shadows pass, Till the stars depart, Let a roving gipsy fill His hungry hen rt ! Voices in the vines. Visions in the vales, f It is mine to know them all Along green trails ; When the morning shines Like a rose above, Let me hear the gipsy call Of birds I love ! Murmur of the stieam, Whisper of the tree, I can understand the song They sing to. me; Mine the blissful dream, Hui'ded of. delight, Let the gipsy's day be long, And brief his night. Muneeyg Magazine. A Deteetive's Ruse J During the year 1848 the West was flood id with counterfeit coin. It was so well manufactured that it passed readily. The evil at last became so great that the United States authorities requested that a skilful detective might be sent to ferret out the nest ol coiners. I was fixed upon to perforin the. duty. I had nothing to guide me. The fact, however, that Chicago was the eit. where the counterfei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 July 1907

Crljlc' "AmerlciinUm." The accepted manner of defining Americans, either .male or female, In the London comic papers or in second rate Knglish novels is to lard their speech plentifully with "calculate" and "guess," and with "well" at the opening of each sentence, Thio mnrln nf mnrkinir. or any other, is In itself totally unimportant, but linguistically it is not without interest, for, while it is purely conventional as now used, and has no relation to any American habits of the present day, whether good or bad, it is pleasant to note that the hard worked humorists need not have gone so far afield to find the words necessary for the identification of Americans. They really had but to turn to the "New Letters' of Thomas Cnrlyle (vol. I., p. 178), and there read the following sentence: "He has brought you a 'Fox's Book of Martyrs,' which I calculate will go in the parcel to-day ; you will get right good reading out of it, I guess." Senator Lodge in Scribner's Magazine. Why Not? "This ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ashton Gazette — 4 July 1907

IT" DC 30C DC '1 ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce to the public that I have opened a Blacksmith shop in the building north of Griffith Bros' office. I will be pleased to work for my former patrons. Everything in my line, such as horse-shoeing, plow grinding, woodj.working and general blacksmithing will be executed to the best of my ability. D. M. BILLMIRE, Ashton, - Illinois. SOW RAPE SEED In you corn after your last plowing; best feed for hogs; Use Paris Green, White Hellebore, Slug Shot, London Purple for higs and worms on potatoes, cucumbers, cabbages. If you dip your chickens with KRESO DIP they will be entirely free from all kinds of lice for the rest of the year. The best medicine you can feed your horses, cows or hogs when sick, is Pratt's Animal Regulator, guaranteed. When you want the best sewing machine made let Jme sell you a Wheeler & Wilson No. 9 or a Singer, We send laundry to Rockford Swiss Laundry, Thursday morning, returning Saturday. Smith's Pharmacy Ash...

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