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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1900

THE BO WEN CHRONICLE. We ask little from most mem we try to render them much, and expect this little in return VOL- 10. Bowen, Hancock County, Illinois, Thursday, September 20 1900 Ko.3Jf. Marsli's City Drug and Book -Store. HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL BOOKS IE SUPPLIES. A Splendid Line. A Good Assortment. Prices that'are always right. COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES. wmt f mm EBSAI. ESTATE. l'lenty of it at low rate of interest. Lot me supply your needs in this direction. ' ' Do-you want to buy' n farm? 1 have some good ones for sale, and would be pleased to show them. Do you want to get into business? I can help you along that line. Come and see me. L S. CROSSUND. ' imnitrit uiiiiTrn be at Carthage, Thursday, Sep- UumATaiTtobuy goou nwrses, arurters, chunks and 'drivers. Will also buy smooth mules. .V ' , J. E. Justice. Post Office, Galesburg, UK ' Wants 15,000 Men for Hawaii. F. Baldwin, formerly an official of the treasury department, was in Washing' ton to-day on his way from Honolulu ...

Publication Title: Bowen Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1900

m li Texas' Loss by the Recent HurrJ cane Estimated at Forty Millioni. WHAT GALVESTON NOW NEEDS THE MOST Bnlldins Material Scarce What aa Examination of the Elevators Revealvd The Mayor of I.ltile Bock Ilefueee to Quote Price on Supplies for ttalveeton. Dallas, Tex., Sept. 15. The counting of the property losses of tha gulf const storm is now engaging tho attention of newspaper men in connection witli their general work. The situation has become sulliciently clear to justify attempting an intelligent approximation. The estimate made in Dallas from information gathered by interviews with Gov. Sayeis, the managers of railway, telegraph anil telephone companies, cattlemen, cotton men, merchants a '.id il hers is $10,0011,000. The total is more likely to go nbovs than to fall below these figures. Comnai ison of all the statements, eliini- THE GREAT ST. LOUIS FAIR. Preparation About Completed foi tha Annual Nvaaon of One Week, to Benin October 1. Tho great St. Louis fair will make Its fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1900

RUSSIA WANTS LUMBER. Iuvfatiutlim nil tn Tout nnd tnl-k Dcllvi-rj- nt Vlnllvon-k !- KiiDlrtl nit n War Order. Seattle, Wnsh., Kept. 17. A well founded rumor lius been frointf the rounds of the largo lumber firms opcrating on the Hound, lutely, that a representative of the liusniun government vtns Investigating the cost anil the probabilities of quick delivery of 30,000,000 feet of lumber at Vliulivostoek. The first inquiry was received by a lnrge mill In Tacomn a few weeks ago, and early in the month tains a telegraphic notification from San Francisco to another large mill that the IUissians had come to this section to Investigate the facilities of the mills for turning out the product. It is said that all inquiries have been based on the requirement of speedy delivery, which will probably be taken as having a most important bearing upon the war operations lb the orient. It is even reported by one informant that the grade of lumber nsked for implies that it is to be used for militar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1900

thbowekchAonicle M. S. McCOY, Publishor. . PunnciiiVTioN: l.00 per yenr, In advance. If not piild In advance, S1.".V When no tluk' is spcvlliril, iidrcrtlscmriita: and local notices will be niililislird until ordered discontinued. Thursday, September 20, 1900. The pve-fitt ceneus report does not change the relative positions of the principal cities in Illinois. Peoria has. 50,000 aii I is easily the second city in population, leading Quiney ly about 20,0(10. Quiney still holds third place but its lead over SprinjrHcld has been narrowed down to about '2,000. Let us trust that our trust in the distrust of the trusts inspired by our trusted anti-trust politicians to whom we trustfully intrust the trust problem may prove trustworthy to their trusting unti-trust constituency. R01 A CHEAP JOURNEY. Americana (inlnjc to South Afrlcs Will Hnvr to Pay Roundly (or Tinniurtiltton, Those Americans who contemplate a trip to South Africa to witness th scenes of conflict now in progress there will ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1900

DO YOU WANT A NEW FALL HAT? Maynard Sisters offer an elegant assortment of the Newest and Latest detigns in Fall Hats for Ladies, Misses and Children at the Lowest Prices. Be sure to see them. An elegant line of Silks and Velvets in Newest Shades. Polka Dot Silks. Fancy Trimmings. A new line of Caps for Little Folks we offer cheap. MAYNARD SISTERS, Post Office Block, Bowom, 111. BO WEN, ILL. ft. B. NASH & SON, HARDWARE, STOVES AND FDRNITDRE. We tire ready fur business. We are licnvilv ."tocked in all linos. Wo want to .-how our goods. Y e want to state our price sell lave you the Get. prices elsewhere and conic and compare. Wewi Furniture cheaper than you can liuo in (nii-ago. We catalogues to substantiate it. Chamber suits 815.00 to 822.50. Combination desks 811 to $17.50 Side Boards $12.50 to 820.00. Couches 85 00 to 812.50. Sewing Machines 815.00 to 820.00 Sewing Machines 82 chaeper than Chicago. Four kinds of Base Burners, pi ice guaranteed lowest. All the latest kin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1900

M. 8. McCOY, Publisher. BOWEN, t . ILLINOIS. The Alabama is the seventh Aineriran battleship to be finished. Ten more are. nmler way, and six big cruisers have been ordered. An efficient navy is a great peace preservative. Cuba's election for delegates to a constitutional convention takes plnca in a few days. Nine parties are at work in Havana, but what they rep resent outside of favorite candidates; tins not been developed. A law which has Just gone into operation in New York prohibits the. publication of letters left by suicides. The yellow reporters who compose many of them will have to find some other channel for exploiting their literary talent. New York has failed to raise the money needed to reproduce the Dewey, or navy, arch in marble and granite, and the temporary structure will be removed. It is probable, however, that the arch will eventually be put in permanent form somewhere. Monitors have not gone out of fashion. One for the United States navy has just been launched at...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1900

BOWEN, M. 8. MoCOY, Publisher. : ILLINOIS. SEE-SAW. f h worl'i all right, I reckon fact In, I've got no doubt; When lt' "down" on one poor feller It helps another out; They ain't no ubo in growlln' at the shudders In the sky; Iff a see-saw sorter business till It lan's us high en dry! Keep the road, believers Never mind the weather; Some sweet day We'll iind the way, An' all reach home together! the worl's all right, I reckon Jest got to let her go! It's up en down ferever but the good Lord fixed It so. They ain't no use In growlin'; the song still beats the sigh; It's a Bee-saw sorter business til they land us high an' dry! Keep the road, believers Never mind the weather; Some sweet day We'll find the way, An' all teach home together! L. Stanton, In Atlanta Constitution. -P. 4 4H-f At Hillsborough Fair Being an Extract from "Etien Holden: a Tale of the North Countiu." Here also I met a group of the pretty girls who had been my schoolmates. They surrounde'l me, chattering' like mug-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1900

WOHt POlllt. Everybody ia talkfnff politics this week. Miss Kliza Kichey began school at Knott last Monday. Fred Hanson began his school at Liberty, Harmony township, last Monday. J, Scott and family, from north of own, will move into the (inmble property this week. Quite a number from here were down to the banks of the, "Father of Waters" after the tinny tribe this week. Charles Guthrie and J. It. Cunningliam attended the democratic speaking at Uasco last Saturday evening. Hev. Hedges preached his farewell ermon last Sunday. We will be sorry to see him move from our midst. Mr. Hrown addressed a crowded house on the principles of republicanism a short time ago. lie hails from Chicago. I). (. Corbin went to N iota last Saturday where he will teach the inter mediate grade in the Niota school the coming winter. Louis Tournear has sold his residence to a lady from Loraine, who will move iu immediately and start a new hotel. Mr. Tournear and family will move to Quinoy. The democratic boy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 October 1900

1 ) THE BO WEN CHRONICLE, We ask little from most mem we try to render them much, and expect this little in return VOL- 10. Dowen, Hancock County, IlHnor.s, Thursday, October 18, 1000. Ko.38 Hi Ti 1 is. This is the season for Papering and Cleaning. We have a large supply of Wall Paper and Paints. Prices that ure always right. City Drug and "Book Store. FROM THE PHILIPPINES. The Situation in Philippines as Observed by a Bowen Man After Two Tears of Servioe aa a Soldier and Newspaper Man in the Islands,-First Hand Information. ON EEAI. ESTATE. Plenty of it at low rate of interest. Let me supply your needs in this direction. Do you want to buy a form? I have some good ones for sale, and ! would be pleased to show them. Do you want to get iuto business? I can help you along that line. Conie and see me. L. S. CROSSLAND. Money t loan on good farms at lewest rates. Telephone 1074. ' E.UJ. PET1SR, LAWYER, '. Offioe Over Bicker National Bank, QUINCY, ILL. Practice in all the Courts. Collecti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 October 1900

CStjltb of Ohio, Crrr of Toledo, Lucas County, " Frank J . Cheney makes oath that he ii ths enior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney A Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, County and Slute aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of caturrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FKANK J. CHKNKY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my rresence, this Oth day of December, A. D. 886. A. W. (JLEASON, fScal Notary Public, tin ll's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and cts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. ORKNEY ft CO., Toledo, O. Sold by drwixisU, 75c. 4 Hall's Family Pills are the best Right I'p with His Game. "I am striving for the peace of the World." said the first wily diplomat. "Which particular piece do you refer to s the piece?" the other diplomat, who was just as wily, inquired. Chicago TimesHerald. We Will Par 0 Per Week And expenses for men wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 October 1900

v r ! mm as SUCCESS WITH DUCKS. Indiana Lady, Noted for Her Kxperfc , Tell Abont Her Syatemt of RaUlns Them. The old ducks are kept in robust health by abundant exercise, and by feeding largely of bran and shorts very little corn after laying begins. Don't feed quite all they will eat. One drnke to five ducks, but the drakos must be good ones. We select the breeders from the long-bodied ducks, have no use for tJie dumpy' ones. Never set the first dozen eggs laid by a duck. Gather the eggs early, keep in a warm, not hot, place, and never wash them. Now, don't think this does not bear on the question. It does decidedly, for being careful in the above particulars insures strong ducklings, and strong young is half, or more, of the battle, Never give more than 12 eggs to hen; 11 is better. As soon as ducks re dry we remove from the liest and cover with cloths sprinkled with coal oil. Put oft with the hen when from IS to 24 hours old, in a good coop placed in a pen some 12x12 feet, Give w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 October 1900

Till; BOWEN CHRONICLE U . S. McCOY, Publisher, PrascniiTioN: tl.OO per year, In iiilviinco. It not paid In advance. 11.25. Wlicu no time Is Kporltk-d, advertisements und local notice will lie published until ordered discontinued. Thursday, Ootober 18, 1900. SERMON ON ADVERTISING. "Wc desire to say n word to those business men caught by transient, futile schemes for advertising, and to those who arc so ready to give an ad to any and all sorts of program pamphlets or poster enterprises, for which they are solicited. Gentlemen, plant your advertising in the newspapers where it may be referred to every week. Make a yearly contract with the editor and tell the public through their columns every week about the special articles suited to the season and service, that you have to Fell. "The newspapers are the best business friends any town en have. What would Crcsco have been today if there had been no papers printed here? What sort of gratitude is it thfit prompts business men to seek every...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 October 1900

. - 7 , uiiiimmiimimmiummmiiuuMWW 3 See our Special Value in Men's Duck Coats We, 1.25 each Dry Goods, Millinery, Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Carpets, ' Oil Cloth. People come miles to buy from the "Dependable Store." XXT-stsIx eft? Leaders in Low Prices- Men's and Byos' Boots and Shoes. Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps. Gents' Furnishings. Men's Work Clothing- Big values in Men's Under- E wear; 25c, 35c, 50c for Shirts E or Drawers. Hoys' Shirts and t Drawers 25c garment. A big E value. Dress Goods Department. Our stock is the largest we have ever shown. For good, lowest values and up-to-date goods see our line. This week we show NEW FRENCH FLANNELS at 75c yard. 1'lain Red and Green Flannels COc yard. Marvel Flannels 17 and 18c. Outing Flannels 8 and 10c. Fleeced Goods 10c. Blankets. We are quoting the lowest prices on blankets. Don't buy until you see our line. 10-1 Gray Cotton Blanket 50c pair. 11-4 Tan Cotton Blanket 75c pair. 104 All Wool Blanket 83.50 pair. 11-4 All Wool Red Bl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 October 1900

town COVVEN, M. 8. MoCOY. Publisher. t ILLINOIS. Representatives from the different tates have recently agreed upon a bill which will be presented to the several legislatures, with a view of obtaining a uniform divorce law all over the union, and thus preventing migratory divorces. Though blind Millionaire Rouss offered a million dollars reward for a restoration of his sight, and specialists have exerted themselves In his behalf, he has been found incurable and the offer of reward has been withdrawn. Money can do a great deal, but it has its limits. Superintendent Crance of the Burlington sent to C. E. Baxter a check for $500 and a letter, asking him to accept the amount as an evidence of appreciation of his services in killing the train robber near Council Bluffs. The money wns well earned. Germany is not free from leprosy. The malady is actually increasing. In Prussia, in the district of Memel, close to the Russian border, thirty-two cases have recently been discovered so far. At ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 October 1900

EOWEN, JI. H. MoCOY, l'uullshor. : Illinois. IDEALS. There never waa an arttat, Though cunning was his hand. Who spread upon the canvas The picture that he planned; But fairer was his dreaming Than any work he wrought, And grander was his vision Than what the canvas caught And never did a singer Kxpress In earnest word. Or strike on ringing harp-strings. The song his soul had heard. Cut notes from voice celestial E'er chiseled In his heart He heard and wept, for never Could he that song Impart. And never was a life lived As nobly as Its plan, By him who sought to live It For God and fellow-man; But ever on the mountains. Ideals like angels stand, And bid us climb to win them, With earnest heart and hand. Perhaps In realms eternal, When halts the stroke of time. The soul shall paint a picture Than its vision more sublime. Shall wake the lyre to raptures Which only angels feel, And walk with God In regions far Beyond each fond ideal. -Charles L. Greaves, In Baptist Union. Life and Adv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 October 1900

S888SS88SHafflK8SS88SS8S $ Fresh Vegetables are now gone and we must again "We have Best Canned Coi n 10c per can. Standard Canned Corn Scans 25o. fall back, on canned goods. Early June Peas 10c per can. Refugee Stringlcss Beans 10c per can. Every can warranted and a bargain at the price quoted. W. R. VanArtsdale. 8 BOWEN, ILL. H. B. NASH 8 SON, HARDWARE, STOVES AND FURNITURE. We are ready for business. We are heavily stocked in all lines. We want to show our goods. We want to state our prices. We will sell We have vou "the Get prices elsewhere and come and compare. Furniture cheaper than you can buo in Chicago. catalogues to substantiate it. Chamber suits $15.00 to S22."0. Combination desks SI 1 to SI 7.50 Side Boards 812.50 to 820.00. Couches 85 00 to 81 2.50. Sewing Machines 815.00 to 820.00 Sewing Machines 82 chueper than Chicago. Four kinds of Base Burners, price guaranteed lowest. All the latest kinds of Coal Heaters. A 11 the latest kinds of Wood Heaters. Steel Ranges from 82...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 January 1901

v. XL M. S. McCOY, Publisher. ' DEVOTED TO LOCAL INTERESTS. v ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. . , , , - VOLUME 10. BOWEN, HANCOCK COUNTY ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1901. NUMBER 51. A HAPPY mm BES' ?A full line of Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Fane""- and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Soaps, Sponges, Etc AGENTS FOR WEEIK1S LftUfiORY. MARSH'S CITY DRUG AND BOOK STORE. Tfy.Fs's Only One CROSBY'S BEST Flour. GOOD ROADS. 6 Folio Letter ;Froi tl itate- l)iSyneut"bf6ricult the Vn-'ud liure was 1UDU -, " V MVw that it Contained Information Worth Thinking About and we Give It to Our Readers For What It is Worth. The enclosed circular presents in a concise mill, I think, an effective way the subject of good roads, which is certainly a matter of paramount importance. Will you do me the. honor to read it carefully and if, upon doing so, you can see your way clear to help in a general movement for such action as will give us good roads the year round, you will confer a lasting favor upon the present a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 January 1901

TOPICS OF INTEREST. , Finland loses 5,500 worth of cattle yetir by wolvei. There are nbout 30,000,000 acres of unoccupied public land yet remaining in Montana. In the Georgian language, spoken in the mountains between the Caspian nd the Itlaek sens, doda means mother, and mama, father. Two. hundred-Chinese are now employed in the mines of Zataeeas, Mexico, nnd are giving such satisfaction that more will be sent for. Dr. Callus Ritter von llochberg, of Carlsbad, is probably the oldest practicing physician in the world, lie is 87 years of age, looks after the poor of the town and goes to the theater regularly. He is an Austrian imperial court councillor. MR. AYERS NOT DEAD. Very Much Alive nnd Out with a Letter Tcllliiit lluiv lie Wiiji Saved. " , Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 14, 1001 (Special). Few who knew how ill Mr. A. E. Ayers of this city had been with Jtrighfs Disease and. Diubetes ever expected he could live. Four doctors gave him but three or four days to live. He recovered throu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 January 1901

OF THE BLOOD ROYAL. Much of the queen's rood nmltti H owing to careful dieting. The kinjj of Ituly hns prnnted mission 1o, Cnpt. llrescl. brother of the murderer of Kiiijr Humbert, to assume his mother's niniden mime. It is said that the miltun of Turkey has tastes in common with men ia general. He likes all sports and is a (rood shot. He collects old and odd weapons, is fond of dog's, and is 8 Bplendid horseman. The czarina has the greatest difficulty in speaking' her husband's language, and the words come but slowly and laboriously, despite the many lesions given her by tihe czar. Privately the czar and czarina speak frequently in. English, but their conversation is generally carried on in French. It would appear from a recent incident that the sultan of Turkey shares with his Satanic majesty the distinction of not being so black as he is pointed. A theatrical troupe appeared inihis private thenter and gave "Othello." When the moment came for the murder of Pcsdemona the sultan was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 January 1901

THE BO WEN CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1901. l(e -gown l(nmick. M. S. McCOY, Publisher. Fcbsciiii'tion: Jl.no prr year, In iiiiviinco. If mil paid In advance, ijl.2.1. Wlitn in) tlimt Is spivlnVd, ailvi rtlsrim'nls und local notices will lie published until ordered discontinued. THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1001. Ex-Gov. Tanner, tho astute politician, is up ngt inst n Kiing. Tho people v.ii(. Cullnin tor senator, and Tanner, who has given up his own aspirations, wants any body else. The only method open to the Tanner faction is to have a secret ballot, so that the people may be deceived as to how their representatives vote, but neither Mr. Rankin, chairman of the republican causus, or Mr. Sherman, speaker of the house will agree to the election by secret ballot without first ordering it by the usual roll call which would destroy nil it secrecy Fred Alexander, a negro, was burned at. the stake by a frenzied mob in Leavenworth, Kans, yesterday, in the presence of perhaps 8 000 people. T...

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