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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 February 1915

Wall Paper! Wall Paper! Our new 1915 line is here and ready for INSPECTION. We bought early and for CASH thereby avoiding ) nnirjir?- ' Lm 5 Johnson Bros. Publishers li i i i inn iii in ii II OH i r 1 - b k MBil M l. - mm- i i f. ft- V . Vrn press Flayers BO WEN ;. CHRONICLE BOWEN, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, FEBUARY 25, 1915 Vol. 25, No. 39 the advance prices caused the war. in by' We can save you 25 per cent for what you will pay when buying from sample books today. We have the pick of 12 factories. You can see the paper in the roll. Take rolls home and see them in the rooms intended for, you have return privillges on unused rolls and besides we ' Iriirjtur paper while you wait. We carry as large a line as any In Hancock County, and besides that If you want something especially high grade and exclusive we have special design books to show you Bring your room dimensions we always have bargains in job lots. PRICES 2 l-2c PER ROLL AND UPWARDS MARSH'S REXALL DRUG STORE Bowen, Illinois Hotel B...

Publication Title: Bowen Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 February 1915

THE BOW12X CHRONICLE BOWEX. ILL. FABLES! & SLANG THE NEW FABLE OF THE LIFE OF THE PARTY. One Night a Complimentary Dinner wna given to a Captain of Industry by some Friends looking for Orders. The Chairman of the Arrangements Committee was a popular Wlne-Push-er, consequently the volunteer Search Parties were out for Three Days after, gathering up the Dead. Along about 10:30, when every Perfect Gentleman was neatly Stewed and each Chandelier was doing a sinuous Salome In time with the Hungarian Orchestra, a Man connected with the Jobbing Trade got up to say a Few Words. He was keyed to Concert Pitch and the Audience was Piped and all the old sure-fire Bokum of a Sentimental Nature simply Killed them in their Seats. When he Concluded, the hilarious Hun Brothers, 'with the mussed-up Hair and the twisted Shirt Bosoms, arose to their Feet and waved Napklns and gave the Orator what he described to his Wife at 2 A. M. as A Novation; Another Good man was spoiled. After Herman m...

Publication Title: Bowen Chronicle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 February 1915

V THE BO WEN CHRONICLE. BO WEN, JLL. THEY MUST HUSTLE THIS YEAR SENATORS HAVE TO GO DIRECTLY TO THe PEOPLE FOR RE-ELECTION. WANT EARLY ADJOURNMENT Coming Campaign Promisea to Be Unusually Interesting and May Sea Prtanjent Wilson, Taft and Itacsevelt All on Stump. 1 By GEORGE CLINTON. Washington. One reason why congress 1b anxious to have ad adjournment which will enable the members to get back Into the political campaign field early is that this year United States senator! who wish to be reelected must go directly to the people for tbelr votes. This Is the first time In the history of the country that senators have been on a plane' witli the representatives in the manner of election. The representatives need not extend their campaigning outside their districts, but a senator must take In the whole Btae. As Washington politicians view it, the coming campaign la to be an unusually Interesting one, notwithstanding that the Democrats claim that they not only will bold the house of repre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 February 1915

X.. , . . - tHK IKWfcVUnilONlOLB,' BOWISA, ILL. THE BOWEN CHRONICLci fey w- E-Kerap' wher0 1,6 n(1 Dmm .,, TOR 9K IflIK I " TKWMn-ww m r. m u.. ::V-i,u;.,Frar.k8 will farm the lnd to get ner inis summer. e rrnr-v to see Mr. Hill leave town, but wish him the bent of success. latere" n tliepcxl nllloe ut Bowen, HI. u second els matter. Card of thanks M) cunt. Resolutions of respect $1.00. Unless otherwise indicated it is presumed that subscriptions art desired to ba continued until ordered) stopped and all arrearage paid. Church Notes I did not "observe" this in our own little town, but taw it in a paper a,few days ago and feel sure you will say the idei is not only clever, but a good one. . The town in question, like all other towns, had been over-run with tramps for several months, The city officials were unable to eooe with the situation and housewives were being contin ually pestered by them. Finally some one hit on the idea of the city council having tickets printed, each ticket ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 February 1915

. 1 1 : n I T- V Local News Monday was Geo. Washington's birthday anniversary. Mrs. R. C,; Smith of Chicago arrived in our town Monday. It's a Bird Misi Helen Coatea was a Keokuk goer Sunday. ' Jewelry repairing is our iplclalty. Martin Bros. Frank Decker transacted business in Golden Monday. Otho Robertson of Carthage was a caller in our town Monday. T. R. Kemp of Quincy transacted business io town Monday. Shock corn for sale. Inquire of W. O. Stambach. Miss Mary Bernhardt of Quincy arrived in our town Monday. John Garner went to Quincy Wednesday on business. Read Anyone desiring good town property can on 0. W. Griff itts. Frank Motter was a Quincy goer Tuesday. What's a Bird Mrs. Rufua Hecox is visiting . with home folks at Still well this week. A. Z. Scott and wife visited in Denver Sunday ' with relatives and friends. Cure that grouch or the blues at opera nouse inursuay, rnuay and Saturday evenings this week. Miss Mary Treadway visited with home folks at Macomb Saturday T. R. K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 February 1915

THE BOWEX CIIROXICLK. IJOWEX, ILL. G. A. R. VETERANS DUNNE DELIVERS ADDRESS AT FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL ,' ENCAMPMENT. NEXT MEETING PLACE PICKED Delegates Select the City of Mollne for the 1915 Gathering Election of Officers Is Held. Springfield. Delegates to the FortyEighth Annual Encampment of the Illinois G. A. R. In Mattoon Belected lloline as the 1915 meeting place. The following officers were elected: Senior Vice-Commander1 Dr. S. A. Campbell, Mattoon. Junior Vice-Commander A. H. McTnggart, Tana. Medical Director W. M. Hanna, Aurora. Department Chaplain N. O. Clark, Galesbure. The Sons of Teterans elected the following: Commander A. D. Rhlnesnilth, Pe oria. Senior Vice-Commander VV. L. liar num. Chicago. Junior Vice-Commander Webb C. Foster, Decatur. Secretary Miles Gish, Peoria. Division Council Will C. Crelghton, Champaign; W. A. Scholes, Princeton; Marshall Hurley, Farmer City. Delegates to the National Encamp ment F. J. Phillips, Chicago; F. E. Maynard, Rockford; Clifford Irela...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 February 1915

THE BOVlrE CHRONICLE. BOWEX, ILL. cnALLIE ERMINE ILLUSTRATIONS 6r LAUREN 5TOUT coPYMCr ay Boaaa-Mvtiu.t. cdym 8YNOP8I3. John Valiant, a rich society favorite", ud1entv fllitrnvora that the Valiant cor- jporutton, which his father founded and which was tht principal source of his Health, Iimb fulled. He voluntarily turns over hU prlvuto fortune to the receiver for the corporation. His entire' remaining; possesions consist of an old motor car. white bull doR and Uamory court, a neg lected estate In Virginia, On the way to JJnmory court he meets Shirley lannrl.lne, an auburn-haired beauty, and decides that lie Is koIiik to like Virginia Immensely. Shirley's mother, Mrs. Dandrldjfo, and Major Bristow exchanse reminiscences during which It Is revealed that the major, Valiant's father, and a tnan named Bassoon were rivals for the hand of Mrs. Dandrlrtce In her youth. Sassoon and Vnllant fought a duel on her .account In which the former was Kinen. Valiant rinds Damory court overgrown with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 February 1915

K l ' ' ' TUB BOWES CnSOyiCLB, BCftfEM, 11 f - ' - , : - " i mum mm uriii - -a a - -v.i 1 .... , u I PUBLIC A-L-E Sat. Feb. 27, '15 This sale will be held at Joe Weinberg's barn at Augusta, 111. Commencing at 1:00 o'clock sharp. 9 Head of Horses 9 5 head of draft horses, weight 1400 to 1700. 4 head of road horses. 4 HEAD OF CATTLE 2 milk cows; 2 yearling steers. HEAD OF HOQS 3 full blood Duroc Jersey boars. Farm machinery and household goods, and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS All sums of $10 and under cash; over that amount "redlt of 6 month, will be lven.on approved bank.bh .note N. property to be removed until term, of fale are complied with. L Ernest Weinberg Cot. J. E. Brown, Auct M. E. Zimmerman, Clerk DEKTEB. Miss Nina Edwards ii burg visitor this week. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Seiitfreid and son Henry autoed to Ferris one afternoon recently. Mrs. Lawrence Clark of BaTco was in our city last Tuesday calling on some of her friends and neigh bors. We are sorry to report ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 March 1915

J E BOWEN CHR ' .: omc Johnson Bros. Publishers BOWEN, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1915 Vol. 25, No. 41 Remains Cremated Th rAmninn of Mr. J. H. Wil- lUlUULO W luo V cremated, it being hia last re- achieve aa great victoriea aa the . L iL.i L.'. ui.iiI.ii Iia Jiaiuu. . T1 n ' TT . quest, ujus yia roiuauio us uioyuo- people in tne nail 01 r ame. ne ed of in thia manner. This was done at Sacramento, Friday March, 5th and shipped to Meadville, Mo.,. March 10th for burial, tie has been in very poor health for the past year. He was bedfast only two days. Cause of death was due to kidney troudle. His son Mr. Bert Willard went to Meadville thia week to take charge of there-mains. CIV. Our March meeting was held in the church with Mrs. Mae Crawford and Mrs. Ella Peterson . aa hostesses. This waa an interesting meeting with Mrs. Grace Wilkey as leader. After the devotionals, the topic was taken up and much waa gained from the study of the lesson. .1 The bible story, "A Little Captive Maid"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 March 1915

THE BOWES J tONICLE. BO WEN,- ILL. The Million Do Bar Mystery By HAROLD MAC GRATH ) Illustrated from Scenes In the PhotxDrama of the Same Name by the Thonhouser Film Company (Copyright, IU4, hi Harold UMUralh) 6YNOPSIS. Stanley Hnrnrflftva. millionaire, after miracululis escape from tlie den of the ran of brilliant thieves known as the Uttuk i umlri-.l, lives the life of a recluse for lghleen years. Harnreave one niilht enters a Hrouilwtiy restuurunt and there come face to face Willi the Rung's louder, Braine. After the meeting, during which neither man apparently recognizes the other. Harureave. hurries to his majrnilL cent Riverside home and lays plans for making his escape from the country. He writes a letter to the girls' school in New Jersey where eighteen years before he had mysteriously leit on the doorstep his baby daughter, Florence Grey. Ho ulso pays a visit to the hangar of a daredevil aviator. Braine and members of his band surround Hargreave's home at night, but as they...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 March 1915

THE BOWEX CIIRONICLEIipWEN, ILL. J:1 Stolen flwnotfl are alwayH Bweetcr Htolen klHHea much completer, Btolen looks are nice In chapels Stolen, stolen be your apples. Thomas Randolph. VALUE AND FRUIT 4 Water Is not a food, but a carrier of food to all parts, and waste from all parts of the body, we are taught. Too little drinking of fresh, pure water Is ' the cause of much physical dlBturbance. Overeat lug and little drink ing of water Is said to be our greatest American fail tag In dietetics. : Water should not be Iced, but cool enough to be palatable, either sum mer or winter, and the amount each Individual should take depends large ly on the food eaten. If one eats large- ly of fruit, less water Is needed, and If ' one drinks much milk, less Is required but even the very young baby should be given frequent drinks of cold water. As children must suffer with their teeth, when the little gums are in flamed and swollen, a drink of cool water will give much relief. The acids In fruitB ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 March 1915

T1TK BOWEN CIIKOXICLK, BO WEN, ILL.. THE BOWEN CHRONlUt Bowen, III., MAR.. 11. 1915 Johnson Bros Editors and I'urlihbers 'n thopust ofHc itt Btm.n, 111. iROono cUim Diait.r, Card of thanks 60 cent. Resolutions of respeoi fl.OO. Unlesi otherwise indicated It ia pre mined that aubsoriptiona are deaired to be continued until ordered stopped and all arrearages paid. Militarism in America (Continued from page 1.) "He St His Face Firmly Against The Transplantation Of Kruppery Into America." We are a peaceful people, and the way we can manifest our peaceful proclivities and prove to the world that we are what we are, is by following our regular occupations and not increasing our armament especially in view of the fact that the expression, "Preparedness for war ipells peace," has been found to be futile aDd fallacious. It is our proud boast that along three thousand miles of frontier between Canada and the United States no soldiers are stationed Unfortunately, at the present moment this is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 March 1915

A Ail. JOWK tlAlAOAi.WA.J!!f HTE.N, r tiesa in our transacted bus! town Tuesday. Ed Howard of Stillwell was seen on our streets Tuesday. Jewelry repairing la our splclal ty. Martin Bros. B. M. Mecum made a business ,trip to Carthage Monday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Denny were Quincy goers Monday Take supper with the Ever LoyalB March 17. Frank Motter is transacting business in Missouri this week Don't forget the Bazaar and Supper March 17, Supper 25c DMrs. Myrtle Walton went to Chicago Tuesday morning. -CM Erwvin of Macomb was a business caller in our town this - week. J.' F. Oglesley of Quincy, trav eling agent for the W. 0. W. was a caller in our town Tuesday. For Sale A few good mares Wm. Demoss. Bo wen. 111. 41 tf. Minn Marv Bernhardt visited mirh hpr nnrents in Quiucv Sun ( day., "Arthur Winfield and wife visi- VfoJ tmm Saturday until Monday with her folks at Clayton. Don't fail to seethelady wear Irtor the colonial dress with 100 pockets, at the Bazaar March 17. C. T. Plumper of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 March 1915

I-. THE BOWEX CHRONICLE, BO WEN, ILL. I" Laura Jean Libbeu's Talks on Heart Topics ICaprrighl. 1914. kjr lU MeOuie Nmnpuwr Stra&sls) DO BRIDESMAIDS WED SOONT Oh, had I but loved such an angel as you! Oh, had but my awaln been a quarter a true! To mini such perfection, how blinded was I! Bure now they were excellent company! Where Is the girl who is not anxious to be bridesmaid when she hears a girl friend Is soon F" ' f to wed? Passing ' up the aisle to the li-,."- ' strains of the r t wedding march, knowing that she in turn gets her full measure of admiration from hundreds of eager eyes, is almost as delightful as being the bride. And, then, it is known to be lucky to take part in such a ceremony. Nine times out of ten the entire group of brides maids have married within the twelvemonth. Especially is this said to be true if the bridesmaid tucks a four-leaf clover In her bodice unknown to anyone, as she sets forth for the altar. In the dancing and feasting that follow. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 March 1915

COMMON SENSE THE ROWEN CIIRONICLK, BOWEN, ILL. Martha Greenlaw Is Visiting Bookkeeper to Retail Merchants. FOUND HER PLACE IN WORLD -4gov Noting the Habitual Lack of Method . of Smaller Shopkeepers, She Haa Been Earning Good Salary by Correcting Their Errors. By RICHARD SPILLANE. ICopyrlght, MoClure Nowppapor Syndicate.) Tho bosB, In announcing that there was to be a redisricting of the branch food produots houses, was de lighted. Ills branch was to be closed but he was. to have eharge of another in a larger city and was to have an N Increase of salary. He wanted to take most of his subordinates with him. He told Martha Greenlaw, who had been his bookkeeper for seven years, that she was to be transferred with him. Miss Greenlaw went home with no sense of elation. What was an ordl nary happening to a big business concern was a matter of supreme Im portance to her. If she moved it meant the breaking up of ber home, .(the sale at a sacrifice or the rental f the little house she had pur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 March 1915

s fvrWX CHRONICL, fcOTTEf, HX. DENVER. 7 Mrs. Nancy Masai has been qrtile ill the past few week. ' fit K. HoBgh of Bowen was seen on our streets Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Harry Jennings were Quincy goers last Thursday. Miss Annie Walton of Quincy visited several days of last week with relatives here. Mrs Maul Thompson has been visiting the past ten days with her parents and other relatives living in Missouri. Mrs Mandy Clark and daughter Ollie and Mrs. Alva Clark of Bowen were recent callers in this vicinity. Also Mrs. Lizzie Scott. Mn Cliff Clark and wife and Geo. Burner and wife autoed to Meyer, Ma., one day of last week. Mrs. Clark and Burner returning the following day to Keokuk. The funeral of Mrs. Nancy 0 Haver will be held from the residence two and one half miles south east of Basco this afternoon at one o'clock. Interment at the Graham cemetery. The teachers and officers of the Christian Bible School will hold their meeting at the church next Saturday evening beginning at 7 o'c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 March 1915

: 5 H BOWES CHM0NI H .Li Johnson Bros. Publishers BOWEN, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1915 Vol. 25, No.-43 1 : It E3 iSell at Prices: -OF- Mail Order Houses We can sell you goods for the same money as the catalogue house does, on equal terms. We, can sell you goods in our line at catalogue prices, freight added. We buy close to home and in most cases can secure the goods quicker for you than the mail order house. Our GUARANTEE; is the same as the mail order house guarantee on the same goods. We want this proposition clear. We may not always have the goods on hand, but we will give you the service, the quality and the price you get from the mail order house. You give us the cash and we will hand you the goods, or if the goods are not in stock, we will "get them in a few days. If you would rather see Bowen grow than Chicago or some other large mail order city. Let us sell you your merchandise. m B.Nash&Co. r- rzr Hancock County Literary and Athletic Association. The' exec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 March 1915

THE 110 WEN C1IR0MCLE. HO WEN, ILL. The Tflillion Dollar Mystery By HAROLD MAC GRATII Illustrated from Scenes in the Photo Drama of the Same Name by the Thanhouser Film Company (OgprrtcM, Uli, by Harold ataeUratbj 8YN0P3I3. Stanley Harirreave, millionaire, after a miraculous escape from the den of the a-nnir of brilliant thlovea known aa the Black Hundred, lives the life of a recluse for eighteen years. Harirreave one nlRht enters a Broadway restaurant and there comes face to face with the trailer's leader. Bralne. After the meeting, during; which neither man apparently recoRnlies the other, Hnrnreavo hurries to his magnificent Rlverdale home and lays plana for makinfr his escape from the country. Ho writes a letter to the Klrls' aohool In New Jersey where elfrhteen years before he had mysteriously left on the doorstop his baby daughter, Florence Gray. He also pays a visit to the hangar of a daredevil aviator. Braine and members of his band surround Harffreave's home at nlRht, but a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 March 1915

THE IK) WEN, CHRONICLE, BO WEN, ILE. , Do you ask. Phllaenla, why I oftn ' toma abroad with plalnter on my oliin, or with my lips cohered with salvo whan nothing alls them? I do not wlah. to klm you. Marital Epigrams, A FEW GOOD DES8ERT8. A nice, warm gingerbread, served with apple sauce and cottage cheese makes a deslraDie and economical desert. Served with whipped cream, 'with grated cheese added enough to gt,ve flavor, 1b another way of serv ing It. Huke a gingerbread In a sheet and when hot, cut In halves and spread on half with a generous layer of marshmallows, cover with the other half, put Into the oven and bake five minuts. Remove and serve with whipped cream. Ginger Pudding Cream a half cupful of butter, add gradually a quarter of a cupful of sugar, two eggs well beaten, one cupful of milk and two end h half cupfuls of flour, mixed and , sifted with three teaspoonfuls of baking powder; add a fourth of a cupful of canton ginger cut In bits, turn Into a buttered mold and stea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 March 1915

r TUB BOWKS ClIKOMCDit, BOW EH, ILL. THE BOWEN CHRONlUt Bowrn. 111.. MAR., 25, 1915. Jhbok Bros Editors no I'hbushbrs datere'e the poet olllct at Bowen, second olasa matter, III, Card ot thinks 60 eenta. RMolctiona of respect 11.00, Unit otherwise indioated It Is pre tamed that subscriptions are desired to k continued until ordored stopped and II arrearages paid. An exchange says that it had written op a long editorial on the subject of trading with home merchants, but afterward! when on the rounds of the town, the editor flaw the mer chants writing letters on baking powder letter heads and using patent medicine note heads, he went back to his office, tore up J the editorial and sat down in dis gust to muse over the sorry chemes of things. Hancock County Farm Adviser The directors of the Hancock County Soil Improvement Assoc ation, together witb some of the members, met at Catthage Satnrday and employed A. M. Wilton, of Carlisle, Ind., as County Adviser for three years at a sal--fry...

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