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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 April 1902

ti r Sh ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. BOWEN, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1902. VOLUME 12. NUMBER 13. NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL. The President never does anything that pleases evorybody it can't be done but he came very near to pleasing everybody when he directed the Secretary of War to cable orders to General Chaffee to have every man in the American army in the Philippines, bo he ofli- cer or private, who can be shown by reputable evidence to have been guilty of brutality toward a native tried by court-martial. The immediate causes of this order were the testimony given jnT;.he court-martial of Ma". Waller, that iGen. Jacob II. Smith had ordered Wali ler to burn and kill as he went along, and the testimony given before the Senate committee on the Philippines by two ex-soldiers, who saw the "watercure" administered to a native oUlcinl by order of Maj. E. P. Glenn and Lieut. A, I... Conger. The President has used some very strong language in discussing his intention to put an immediate stop to brut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 April 1902

i ) - CONDEMNED IN MISSOURI AND CONFISCATED IN NEW YORK. Judge .Clarke of St. Louis has coll' irictcd and fined heavily a number of grocers for Belling bakiug powders containing alum. The week before the Health Depart ment of New York seized u quantity iof stuff being sold for baking powder Which they found was made from alum mixed with ground rock, and dumped It into the river. The Health Authorities are thus tak Ing effective means to prevent the in troduction into our markets of in Jurious substitutes in place of whole' omo baking powders. As alum costs only two cents pound, there is a great temptation for those manufacturers who make sub' etitutes and imitation goods to use it 'Alum baking powders can be detected by the health authorities by chemical analysis, but the ordinary housekeep er, whose assistance in protecting the health of the people is important, can not make a chemical examination. She may easily know the alum powders, however, from the fact that they are old at fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 April 1902

i i r LADIES' LINGERIE. White Is seen In nil kinds of costumes and is by fur Eioro Btylish than any other color. It is the fad of the moment to put a touch of lace trimming' on every article of clothing, and up to date stockings have a luce insertion finish woven in tfie design, Slips corded, tucked and pluited are trimmed with pointed collars that look like" miniature yokes; they all have some sort of a new sleeve, either coming to the elbow or bell shaped. Straw hats for wear with tailor Buits are of the wide sailor shape, with Blightly rolled brim and rather low crown, trimmed with a silk scarf, the ends of wllich hang in streamers ut the back. A now and dainty effect in floral (rarnitureeonsists of rosebuds formed of the palest shade of rose-colored chiffon. These are small in size and worn in clusters on ull Borts of light boas and hats. There is little showing of chiffon or tulle. But lace hats will remain in great favor just as lace gowns will do. TITe lace will be thinner th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 April 1902

T 7Tf THE BO WEN CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1902. M. S. MoOOY Publisher. Published Every Friday at 1K1WKN, HANCOCK COUNTY, ILL. BUHSi'Kim'inN: $1.00 per yi-iir, in advance. If mil p:i Id in advance. $1.:;5. Filtered in tin' I'osl OWi'O lit ltowen. 111., as second cliiss matter. TELEPHONE NO. 6. When no time is specified, advert Iseiuents and local notices will be published until ordered discontinued. Obituary notices halt local rates. FRIDAY. APRIL 25,1902. to Btsrt to travel in the hope of regaining Mr. Reeder's health. Mr. Michael Bower, of Schuyler, Nebraska, has been visiting with hisdaughter, in this village, for the past week. Charles Tanner has been having his residence enlarged and Improved during the past week. Mr. Earl Cain and sister, of La Prairie, were the guests of Misses Berneice and Geneva Gorby, Saturday and Sunday. Archie and Joe Yamell were at Keokuk Monday. WEST UNION. ICorrespondenco.i WEST POINT. The play given on Saturday night by the Rebekah lodge was well ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 April 1902

THE BO WEN CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1902. mm V. rib I it- Departure of trains at Bowen WABAKH RAILWAY U01NU WKHT. No. X uiMHtMiirer mid mall 9:RH a m No. I. imvsi'inu'l'iuul ex Dress.. 1U:0X u m No. 71, rrelulit 11 :!." u iu IIOI NU BAHT, No. 4, iiHsi'iin'r and mall ..(1:0K vt in No. !i, nussi'iwr mid express :RI p tu No. '."0. frislitlit U:l(tn m Nos. TO and 71 1'liny passoiiBurH. Nos. 2 und Uilully. Nos. I und 4dully oxcupt Kuiiuiiy. sus. vuitnu i daily exeunt, nunuiiy II. M. Todd, Agent. RAND-MENALLY GUIDE 25 CENTS ADAMS STXHICAGO. I LOCAL AND PERSONAL 1 Intei-eatinff Items of Bowen and Vicinity. 7tf was ii aUUliU UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUiiUUUt; Eggs I I cts at Felgar's Jiutter SJOcts at Felgars'. Cured meats and lard at Felgars.' ".Six brands of best Hour at Felgars.' Full line of dried fruits at Felgars.' See W. T. Gillis for line buggies at the right price. Hurry Oliver, of Camp i'oinl Bowen, Saturday. 3Irs. Dahney uiaile a business t rip to Curtilage Monday. J: W. Yeaeh is iii Mt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 April 1902

: THE BflffEN CHRONICLE, M. 8. Mt'COV, 1'iililUlicP. JJOWKX, i i : "ILLINOIS. The statue which the United States will unveil to the memory of Count Jean llnptiste do llochambeau, in Washington, on May 24, will be a fitting tribute to a man who rendered great service to the American republic. Immigration continues to increas, nd but for an accidental delay the record of arrivals for one day would have been broken recently. One re sult of Prince Henry's visit to the United States is a decided gain in the number of German immigrants. The Cubans seem to show little interest in the date set for their independence day. Some time in the future they will realize their mistake in insisting on a separate sovereignty, and then will come a big hurrah over annexation. But they must hare their fling first. During the past few months the prices of meat have been raised in an apparently arbitrary manner. While it is true that the farmers are receiving high prices for their stock, most of the profit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 April 1902

THE BOWEN CHRONICLE M. H. JUc-L'OV, l'ulillNbcr. BOWEN, : : s ILLINOIS. A LULLABY. rflnfe In your cradle bed, baby, my sweet. Fold hundg to aulet and still resllms feet, Nestle your hcud In the soft pillow white Jiush-a-by, luli-a-oy, uuDy, gooa nigm: Drop the veined curtains before your blue eyes. -Angels will lead where your short Journey lies. Talr little pilgrim, and Dreamland Is Ilght- .Hush-a-uy, lull-a-by, baby, good nlghll .Pluck you tweet tiow'rets low hlu In the grass, Scattered by fairies for you as they pass Wander till dawn in the Slumberland bright :Hush-a-uy, lull-a-by, baby, good night! Then on a sunbeam that bridges the way "Twlxt you and me you will ride with the day, Into my arms you will spring with delight .Hush-a-by, lull-a-by, baby, good night! Jcannette Burrows-Lord, in Chicago Ad vance. Amasa Holden's Square Deal By CLARENCE HAWKES. A MASA IIOLDEN was not a miser, f neither was he a skinflint, but at the same time he always looked at a iiine several times be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 April 1902

THE BOWEN CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1902. FIRST GREAT LOOM El SALE, in Bowen, will begin at our store, on THURSDAY, II ft, 19112, and closes on SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 17th, 1902. The first question asked wil be What are Loom Ends? rn nfrf.pnt Loom ends arc the ends and short lengths OV peicciu. of piece g00(is or broken lots of ready Saved made goods which the manufacturers are willino- to close out at a loss rather than have them occupy 6n ce, and we have secured a lot of Prints, Muslins, Silkolenes, Dress Goods, Linings, Table Damask, Ribbons, Crash, Shirtings, Laces, etc., at a saving of 50 percent iargains in lillinery! We offer during this sale in our Millinery Departrqent 3 lots of Hats, at $2.00) $2m0 Each $3,00 J Wc shall offer the very best values that we can make at these prices -o- CARPETS AND CURTAINS. Oar Carpet Department is Booming this Spring. Extra Values at Low Prices are doing it. Good Cotton Ingrains 25C per yard at All Wool Super Ingrains gOC per yard at Extra S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 2 May 1902

One 1 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. BOWEN, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1902. VOLUME 12. NUMBER 14. NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL. Verily, these are the clays of great projects! Some years ago a man wrote a pamphlet advocating the construct ion of a great railroad to connect North and South America, and only succeeded in getting himself called a. "visionary frank.". This week the President transniitted ti Congress a report from the Secretary of State concerning, the action of the Pan American. Congress, reeenlly held in Mexico (Xty, on the question of Pan-American railroad, and endorsing the recommendation of the Congress that the U. S. appoint a commission to inve'stigateund report on the feasibility of the enwst ruction of the.j railroad, in the following words: "l.j recommend an appropriation by Congress f the sum of -li(K),tXlO, or as much thereof as may be necessary, to enabli the Commissioners to visit Central anil South America to carry the purpose tf there-solution intof Tfect, and to inveetigrrte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 2 May 1902

, HERE, THERE AND ELSEWHERE Tierra del Fui'fjo is full of minerals, mong which is no small proportion of gold. I London bridge, when widened, will Ibe lighted from the center and not from the sides. j Several rubber companies have recently been formed in Peru, and it is Relieved that rubber is destined to bejcome an important source of wealth to that country. The smallest race of human being! known are the inhabitants of the Adnaman Islands. Their average stature is 31H inches, and few of the in weigh more than 65 pounds. According- to an old document just discovered in Australia, gold was first found by a convict near Parramatta in il78!t. The unfortunate fellow was at tonce charged with having stolen a watch i.nd "boiled it down," and, beinfj convict sd by the rude court of those early cays, was given 150 lashes for his pains. Sir Herbert Maxwell, at the flritish sea anglers' dinner, told a story illustrative of the instinctive propensity lof British nature to have a little inno. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 2 May 1902

THE BOWEN CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, MAY 2. 1902. 'I l(romck. M.S. MoOOY - Publisher. Published Every Friday at BOWEN, HANCOCK COUNT V, ILL. Subscription: Jl.no pur yeur, In advance. If not pulil In iKlvmiri!, il. :.'!. Entered In I lie 1'osl Olllcn ill Howell. III. nerond rluss multer. TELEPHONE NO. 6. When nullum Is Npeellled, iKlvei'tlsenieiils and local mil Ires will In' piilillslird until ordered 1 1 -.. m 1 1 r i li i (! . olillimiy notlrrsliiilf local rales. FKIDAY, MAY 2, 11)02. MINISTERIAL MEETING. Eqport of the Uuiucy Dial l ict Sliuisterial and Missionary Conference. The Tuesday evening session was opened with devotional exercises by Itev. M. S. AJt-Coy. Kev. J. O. Kirkputrlck, of Astoria, then gave an illustrated lecture on Africa, contrasting the home life of America with that of heathen Africa. We who have been raised in christian homes and amid christian surroundings cannot realize the depths of sin and depredation that is witnessed by those who go to Africa carrying tho mess...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 2 May 1902

EOW CHEAP BAKING POWDER IS MADE. The Ilenlth Deportment of New York lias seizeiVu quantity of so-aulled cheap baking powder, which it found in that city. Attention was attracted to it by the low price at which it was being sold in the department stores. Bamples were taken and the chemist cf the Health Department reported the stuff to be "un alum powder," which analysis showed to be composed chiefly of alum and pulverized rock. The powder was declared to be dangerous to health, and several thousand pounds were carted to the offal dock and destroyed. It is unsafe to experiment with these no-called "cheap" articles of food. They ore sure to be made from alum, rock, or other injurious matter. In baking powders, the high class, cream cf tartar brands ore the most economical, because they go farther In Mse and are healthful beyond question. Ennlly IucreflNcd. "Let u make the capital stock $1,000,. 000,000," said the tirst promoter. "All right," said the second, who was preparing the prosp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 2 May 1902

r rip THE BOWEN CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1902. Departure of trains at Bowen WAUAHIl IIAI1.WAV (JOINd WI'.KT. .No.lt, piissiintfitr iiimI mail lUMiam Nu. I, )iiSM'ii)c!i'iiiiilrx)rfss .. . I0:ts m Nil. 71, frulgla ll:4."Hi III OOINU KArlT. No. 4, iHLssniiKwr liml mall t):0Hn in No. Ji, minm:r mid express f:M ) w ,No. W, lrelnlit Hi III a m Nos. "(I iinri 71 eiiri y iassi-nnei's. Nlw. !i mill ;idallv. Nos. I anil 4l:illy exeept Suiidny. Nun. 70 iind 71 dully except. Sunday. , II. M. Tmil), Agent. RAND-MSNALLY OFFICIAL ivrTr SS CENTS 166 ADAMS ST.CHICAGO. OTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT" DPDCAVl I LOCAL AND PERSONAL 3 Interesting- Items of Bowen and Vioimty. I rstrrr f Uov J 9UUUU11UUUUUUUUUUUUUUU iiiiliil i'troni.o our advertisers. Fine cured meats at Fclk'ars'. Cured meats and lard at Kelgurs. Mr. Howels has been sick for the past week. Try the best Stock and Poultry l'ood at Felirars. Philip Nelson Bowen III. Contractor and Builder. Hit Seu V. T. Oillis for line b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 2 May 1902

THE BOWEN 1 r.owux, M. S. MfC'OV, PullllNherJ iH : : : ILLINOIS. A railroad train in Illinois lias just traveled ISO mites in ISO minutes; but what of that? Who wants to travel JSO miles in 160 minutes on a railroad train? There are slower ways of tampering with your nervous system. One of the orders issued to American soldiers in Sninar was that! they should carry guns to meals. Over forty were massacred? -oti breakfast, at the instance of a treacherous native mayor before this' precaution was taken. An English writer argues that the 500 American students to be admitted 1o Oxford, under the Rhodes bequest, will be a considerable factor in the university, and he is right. That number of young Americans might leaven the entire lump. Just think of beer labeled"Made in America" as an item, of news from (iermnny. Seven of the kegs presented in New York to the sailors of the imperial yacht and appropriated by the oilieers as gifts to friends at liome, had to pay duties amounting to $07.5...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 2 May 1902

THE BOW EN CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, MAY 2, l Ji)2 v I I a i IT HAS Always Been Our rule to soil only reliable goods, mid to 'odor no article that will not give eatislaetoiy service. Our suits at $5, $6, $7, $8 and $10, arc the bust obtainable for the money. They are made of dependable cloth, stylishly cut, sewed with silk, made by skilled workmen and most clothiers get more money lor them. The perfection of clolhes making is found in our & 12.00 W..w tfl 10.00 20.00 i Hart' SchafThcr it Piar;C 'Tailor v a it e Clothes llettei'Mii! them before you buy. EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR. F.M. KING, . Augusta, Illinois.. The Greatest Fire of Modern Times. It lias been one year t;ince Jacksonville, Fla., was practically swept off the map by tire, destroying thousands of homes, rendering thousands homeless' burning several to death. The year has wrought wonders, "Acres of Ashes" the story of that great lire, by Judge lienjamin Harrison, is one of the most graphic books ever written, ill...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 2 May 1902

J ght for the Philippines A Review of the Contest That Began in Manila Bay, May 1, 1898. Battle of Manila Bay May 1 four years aao Admiral l'ewey won his memorable victory in Manila bay that gave to tins country a new island empire in the far east. The enthusiasm with which the news of hat victory was hailed in the United Mates linn solilniu. if ever, been emtaled since the Jay that marked the close of the long civil ir. So great has been its ettect upon nerican policies that we can afford to use for a moment to rehearse its impor- t details. 'he admiral, then a commodore, was a of action, and no sooner did he re ceive the news that war had been declared than he sailed from Hong-Kong with his -f.juadron, consisting of the Olympia, hi liagship, Capt. Charles V. Gridley; the 15aleigh, Capt. Joseph B. (Vglilan; the Haitimore, Capt. Nehemiah M. Dyer; the Bos- ' ton, Capt. Frank Wildes; the Monorucy, Commander Oscar V. Farenholt; the Con- yjjrtt, Lonmiaiuier isa uaiKer, aim tne i elitre,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 19 September 1902

. - I mm nidt X ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. BOWEN, ILLINOISFRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1902. VOLUME 12. NUMBER 33. National G. A.. R. Encampment. One of the most famous organizations which will meet in Washington on the occasion of the Grand Army lleunion is the Fourth Army Corpi. Local members are bestirring themselves enthusiastically with a view to getting as large an attendance of their comrades as possible, and to make their stay in Washington as pleasant and prolitable as can be. The Fourth Army Corps was distinctly a grand lighting machine. It was born of a great battle. It obtained its ' name and splendid birthright from the consolidation of the Twentieth and Twenty-lirst Army Corps, which had been reduced in numbers on account of disease and battle losses, after Chickamauga. No body of defenders of the Union saw and bore more of the brunt of the great struggle than this organization. It consisted of seventy-six regiments of infanty, and nine batteries of artillery. They carried their colo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 19 September 1902

V THB BOWEN CBROK1CLE. W. R. MiWI.AHl, l'lililUlit-r. P.OWKN. : : : ILLINOIS. The report of Limit. Winchell on the, successful use of fuel oil on an ocean steamship was expected. There is no longer uny doubt us to the superiority of oil. Conl must go if a sufficient oil supply Is obtainable. When Chicago does have a murdei mystery it is always a deeper, blacker mystery thnn any other place has. This may be due to the superior character of the Chicago mystery or tha inferior character of the Chieugo police. While the summer has been a cool one the high price of coal has not added to its discomfort. The coming winter will, however, have to be a warm one, lest, the scarcity of coal hall inflict serious suffering upon the masses. Chinese Minister Wu Ting-fang's conclusion that this is a country wherein no man loses caste because of the fact that he works for his living is a keen recognition of the American eecret of national strength and prosperous development. A British official report...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 19 September 1902

VEXED PROBLEM SOLVED. Efficacious Care for Plant DUeaiei line to Fanmu Paranltci Has Mow Been DUcovered. The agricultural deportment lias been studying certain diseases, which attuck plants and, for some of them at least, has found a cure. The Silturdny Evening Tost ussureg farmers ' who raise peaches, sea island cotton f or cowpeas, that they need bo longer fear "peach leaf curl," "yellows," "little peach disease," "cotton wilt," or "pea sickness." All these diseases are due to fungus parasites, which, year after year, have been slowly but surely spreading through the country. Besides the external symptoms, they manifest themselves by causing knots to form on the roots, wjiereupon all the small fibers become distorted, swolV, len, and incapable of fulfilling their proper functions, and this leads, of course, to the death of the plunc. Every attempt to kill the fungus by the ordinary ways of treating the soil, and the plants with fungicides failed entirely, and growers were In despa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 19 September 1902

Correspondence. HERE AND THERE. Win, Howard was a Carthage visitor last Tuesday. Mrs. Liza Laslie, of Bowen, spent a part of last week with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Hughes. Sidney Lanstrutn left last week for St. Louis, where he is going to attend school. MissMattie Burger, of Missouri, is visiting at present writing with her grand-mother, Mrs. Jane Willard. Mrs, Pella Sutherland is on the sick list, Oeorge Woods, wife and children, of West Point, spent last Sunday with Wm. Morris and family. Charley Findlay and LoU Eells, of Bowen, Mrs. Geo. Powell and son, Mrs. W. M. Willard, Mrs. Nellie Robinson aud son, Mrs. Arch Owen and Son, all took dinner last Wednesday with Os. Williams and wife. Mrs. Art. Thompson, of Denver, Colorado, has come for an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. Denny and other friends and relatives. Mrs. Pearl Alexander, of Bowen, spent a part of last week with her brother, John Young and wife. Mrs. Lewis Pearce aud daughter, of St. Louis, is visiting with her fa...

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