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

iui. itVJ.n . BOV i..v. i. Local News iMisb Edith Kobertson was a Quincy goer Wednesday. ' For Sale Some good clover hay in barn. J. 0. Stevens. ; Fred Patchin made a business trip to Quincy Saturday. i Hank Dennis transacted busi- atft in Mt. Sterling Tuesday. j Special Feature every Thursday night at opera house. . Alfred Huddelston departed for El Centra, California Monday I Mrs. Ed, Petti john of Augusta 4m a Carthage goer Monday. Latest sheet music at Martin's Jewelry Store. Charlie Harrison purchased a player piano from Martin Bros., this week. ! Need printing? Call us over the telephone. -., Misses Fay McGill and Mae Harris were Qnincy goers Satur day. . Mrs. A. E. Thompson and Mrs. Mary Akers were Quincy goers Wednesday. Wm. Dickhut and Grant Ster. rets were Dusiness callers in Quincy Saturday. Lost a pocket book containing $10.90, 2 bills, return to this of fice and receive reward. Mrs. Mary Holt is visiting this week with friends and relatives in Louisiana, Mo. B. M. Mecum...

Publication Title: Bowen Chronicle, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 25 March 1915

THE HOWEX CHRONICLE, UOWEN, ILL. . Laura Jean Libbeu's , Talks on Heart Topics ICwiiekt, 1914. kr lb. McOui. Hrwm Stxc.h THE GIRL WHO WAITS TOO LONQ. I rannot love as I have loved And yet 1 know not why. It Is the one invat woe of Jlfe To feel ell fuelln die. The (tlrl who has plenty of beaux la the one you think will not remain sin gle long. But she who has a number ' of young men to choose from la often unable to win a proposal from any one of them. Tom ad' nitres her, but is fearful lest she may be encourag- lng him to lead others on. Jack adores her, but fears be Is not clever enough to hold her affection for a time. George Is Infatuated with her, yet imagines a girl so popular would not be content to settle down and accept cheertully the few pleas ures which bis purse would allow htm to bestow upon her. Jim could love her, he thinks, but well, what's the Use! If her other beaux, all better looking and cleverer Uuin he, feared to propose, what chance would he have of gaining the...

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

DRESSMAKER WHO DOES BIG TIGS Caroline Earn Van Horn, Her Own Forced to Living, Started on Nerve. FRENCH GIRL WAS PLUCKY How 8he Made Good In Great London Establishment and Then Became Leader In Hor Line In America. " ' By OSBORN MARSHALL. (Oopyrlnht, MoOlure Newspaper Syndicate.) Here la a dressmaker who darea to charge as much as eight hundred dollars for a single gown and, what Is more, la able to find patrons who will pay It.- She Is a past mistress of the art of dressmaking and she is also an efficiency expert on the business side of her profession. A little while ago, when one of the largest department tores In Chicago wanted to open up a dressmaking department, she was asked to be the chief engineer of the undertaking to buy all the furnish- , lngs, fixtures and supplies, choose a working force and outline a policy. This work took only a few weeks of , the dressmaker's time, but her fee was five thousand dollars. Dressmak- , lng Is one of the arts, but It takes a pretty good b...

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

:of bENYER. Mrs J. FUmin whs a Quinoy shopper Friday. Mr and Mrs. Ed. Weeks and family Sundayed in our village Miss Grace Cuppis was a guest Miss Stella Reed Sunday. Mr. F. M. Walton find family spent' Sunday at the Fred Harnest home near Carthage. E E. Edwards and family were entertained at the J. C. Fleming home west of town recently. Mrs. Childers of Burnside iB pending a number of days with her son C. C. Childers and family. , Mr. J. V. Scott has recently received three car loads of shelled corn which he has disposed of to feeders Mies Alma Walton and Mrs S. W. Scott visited at the Walter Cannon home on St. Mary's Prairie two days of the past week. Master Marshall Clark of Baseo visited his sister Mrs. Frank Fleming and attended services here Sunday. ' Mrs. Grace Erwin and daughter Maxine of Carthage were pleasant callers in our midst one day last week. Mrs. Rex Garner of the country entertained them for dinner. Mrs. May Parrick was called to Liberty recently to. attend .the . f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 April 1915

x B0WE1 CHROMG Johnson Bros. Publishers LOWEN, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1915 Vol. 25, No. 46 Business Men . Held Meeting A special meeting of the Business Men's Association was held Friday evening a t the Farmers Bank, The member present discussed many things for future welfare of the town. The' street oiling being one which interested all the members sent The meeting voted for llacobs to solicit funds toward 'ng the street. This work will q in the very near future. 'y good things are in store fori the members of this fine As sociation. New members are being added quite often, which goes to show that it is a real live moving proposition. Should Be As Brothers In this day and age of the world, it is generally understood by the people of both the town and country, that the one is dependent upon the other, and that the right way to insure the sue cess of both the town merchant and the farmer is for them to co operate and work to each other's interest, and the closer they work . to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 April 1915

'F ill ThpMillinnDnllarMvsterv II wa w e - - - J - THE ItO WEN CHRONICLE. BO WEN, ILL. fly HAROLD MAC GRATH Illustrated from Scenes in the Photo Drama of the Same Name by the Thanhouser Film Company (Copyright, MM. s Harold UaoOratb) SYNOPSIS. N5 iJ 1 1 Stanley Harprpav. millionaire, after a miraculous escnue from the den of the Kan of brllllunt thieves known ax the lilewlc Hundreil, Uvea the life of a reiMuse ror eighteen yeurs. ifarprreave aeemeniHlly meets Hraine, leader of -the Hluok Hundred. Knowing liraine will try to get him, he escapes from his own home by a balloon. Before escaping he writes a letter te the girl's school, where eighteen yeara before he mysteriously left on the doorstep his baby daughter, Florence Gray. That day Ilargreave also draws one million dollHrs from the bank, but It Is reported that this dropped Into the eoa, when the balloon he escaped In was punctured. Florence arrives from the girls' school. Countess Olga, Braine's companion, visits her and claim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 April 1915

( THE BOVVEN CHRONICLE, BOWES, ILL. Jul I wonder 1( the sup, la stirring yet, It wintry lilrda are dreaming of a mute If froscn snowdrops feel as yet the sun, And crocus Ores are kindling one by one? ' C. Rossettl, SOME COMPANY DISHES. The following recipes may be Bugfestive to the young hostess when she Is planning to entertain her. friends and wants something good which can be prepared without requiring too much work. A most delicious dinner salad Is this: Make a grapefruit jelly, using one-third of a cupful of sugar and a third of a cupful of water, boiled together three minutes, and then add one and a half tablespoonfuls " gelatin whch has been soaked In two tablespoontuls of cold water; add) a half cupful of grapefruit juice, on tablespoonful of lemon juice and a pUnch of salt; strain Into a round bowl r mold. When stiff, unmold and serve, garnished with a cream cheese v;hich has been well seasoned and mixed with cream to make soft enough to pipe around the mold of Jelly. Serve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 April 1915

Jo Hr " THE BOWEN C1IK0J ' - , . . . THE BOWEN CHRQriUt Bowen, III., APRIL 15, :915. Johnson Bros Editors and Pubwsbbrs he post iidice l Boweu. eeouna claw nmiwr, V Card ol thanka 60 eenta. Reaolutiona of respeot $1.00. Unlosi otherwise indicated it ia preumed that subscriptions ara desired to to continued until ordered stopped and all arrearages paid, The Hamilton Press haa purthased a linotype machine. We give the vote in Warsaw on the local option question as follows: Yes, 482; No, 703. Ma jority in favor of the wets, 221, County option ia therefore the only way to put Warsaw aright Our Congressman Hon. Clyde H. Tavenner of this district is ill from overwork and his physicians have ordered hiro to rest up. To do this he has (rone to some point in'the Sunny South, where he can get a complete rest be fore the opening: of the next session of Congress.., We wish him a speedy recovery.V, HeIp Bowen Grow By -f solving Re- K That you will keep so busy boosting that you won't have time t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 April 1915

Tim w Local News olfoa Goo&tfoads Day April 22, Base Ball next on the program, Friday is Arbor day;' better plant a tree. 'V The Villase election will be hold on Tuesday, April 20th. April showers bring forth May flowers. Miss Ida Carpenter was Quincy goer Saturday. Frank Dennis made a business trip to Stillwell Tuesday. Wm. Kettenring was in Quincy Friday and Saturday. Warren Kelley was in Quincy Saturday on business. Chronicle advertising pays try it and be convinced. f EoSBBKridav evening, Apr. 16, Sol Watfcins was on the sick list the forft part of the week. Russell .Crossland was a busi ness caller in Carthage Saturday. Plane Dulaney of Denver was a business caller at this office Suturday. The Pricilla Club will meet with Miss Vera Mcintosh Wed nesday Apr. 21. , Mrs. Albert Holmes and Mrs, Sophronia McGill were Keokuk goers Tuesday. .Hve some extra good, choice light mixed bay, will sell by the bale or ton. W. J. Carlin. Enoch Fleming went to Quincy Friday to attend...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 April 1915

:-h ' the bowen ciirxicle. . -,, ,- i , i .. ,, I,- ..... i i ii' . a 1 1 BOWEN, ILL. GENIUS OF THE M DEPARTMENT Inspiration and Skillful Work - Have Made Him a Success. STORY OF HIS FLAG CORNER Quickly Anticipated the Demand Fol lowing Death of President McKInley Get Valuable Ideaa From Hit Little Daughter. By OSBORN MARSHALL. Copyrlght, 19U, by the McClure Newspapapor Syndicate.) During the Spanish-American war there was a big boom In the flag business. Teople who had never thought of bolng patriotic before suddenly dls covered their fondness for "Old Glory." Everywhere you went you saw flaKS. I Children waved them at school enter tainments, picnics and on every holiday. They covered pulpits and festooned barrooms and waved from the windows of offices, stores and homes. This made good business for the people who sold flags. One of the biggest New York department stores of those days had , made an especially good thing of its s: ' .Mag sales. Flags, you may know or wyou nt know, ar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 April 1915

-J THE lioWEN CHI Laura Jean Libbeu's tl Talks on ffeart Topic urx (Copyright, lltlo, by the McClure Ntiwupii9 pupur Syndicate.) TIES HE SHOULD SHAKE OFF. Brutes find out where their talents ltei A hiar will not attempt to My: .A dog by Instinct turns aside Who seB the ditch too deep and wide; But man we ftnd the pnly creature Who, led by folly, combats 'nature; Who, when she loudly cries forbear, With obstinacy llxes there. , Single men are often more to be pitied than sneered at. They are not woman haters by any means. Their day dreams of a home ot their own a wife and chil dren about their knee s are as beautiful and al luring as any man's romantio fancy conceives, but a host of cir cumstances seem to conspire to pre vent the bachelor from making his dreams realities. It 1b very apt to be the friends in whom he places the most confi dence who bring' this state of affairs! BDout. If he is a genial, open-heartea, free-handed young man, with good habits and In a steady position, his...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 April 1915

in m M i .ft ft : ' N0 ICOVIONT cuiwbiwJ 'y DOtfTDODGE THIS GARAGE U l.NM:l"ilF An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth A Pound of Cure It Miffht Save A Repair Bill Jhe Perfect Action of The Steering Device of your car, Is essential to safety. It deserves Expert, Periodic Inspection A. E. THOMPSON 1 ' i amal-nr- I T , -, 1 ' r " "iw gtH Gale Allerton No. 28017 In Vol. VIV. American Trotting Register. Pure Bred Stallion License No. A. 5156. Renewed Dec. 17, 1915. Will make the season of 1915 at my barn, one mile north and one half mile west of Bowen, Illinois. Gale Allerton needs no introduction to the farmers and breeders of Bowen and vicinity having made several successful seasons in this locality. That he is a sure foal getter and the sire of a high class of horses he has proven for himself. This horse is in fine shape for this years service. TERMS Fifteen dollars to insure a living colt to stand and suck. Great care will be taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 6 May 1915

1 THE BOWW CHRONICLE Johnson Bros. Publishers BO WEN, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1915, Vol. 25, No.'49 Christain Church Gave Reception For New Minister. On Thursday evening Apr. 29, the membership of the Christain Church gave a reception in honor of Bro. L. H. Hooe, wife and children, Virgil Kenneth and . Frieda, who are to be with as during the coming year. ( These good people are not -f strangers having lived in Augusta the past 8 years, they scarceIy need any introduction. But we welcome them to our church and the entire community, and . trust that we will be a strength to them, and they to us, in helping to make Bowen a still brighter and better place in which to live. A short program was carried out with Bro. H. Cain, Chairman, with short welcome addresses by the following officers of church and Sunday School. . Cradle Roll Supt, Mrs. Ethel Kemp, Jr. C. E. Supt, Mrs. Mae Stevens. Sr. C. E Pres., Walter Rowland: Piano Duet, Misses , Imogene and Evelyn Kemp; . Pres., Church Board...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 6 May 1915

V T T ( the ijowex cimol ft ThelHon Dollar Mystery By HAROLD MAC GRATH Illustrated from Scenes in trie Photo Drama of the Same Name by the Thanhouser Film Company (Copyright, M by Harold tUoUrMh) SYNOPSIS. Stanley Barg-reave, millionaire, after a miraculous escape from the den of the sang 01 Druuanl thieves known aa the Black Hundred, lives the life of a recluse for tiKhteen years. Hurgreave accidentally meats Bratue, leader of the BlacJc Hundred. Knowing limine will try to get him, he escapee from his own home by a balloon. Hf lore escaping he writes a letter to the girla' school where eighteen years before he mysteriously leu on the doorstep hie baby daughter. Florence iJrfl-y- That day Hurgreave also draws 1.000,(K from the bank, but It la reported that this dropped Into the aea when the balloon he escaped In was punctured., ilorence arrives from the girls' school. Countess olga, Bralne'a companion, visIts her and olalma to be a relative. Two bofus detectives call, but their plot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 6 May 1915

Till! HOWE.V CHRONICLE, BOWEN, ILL. I A greut man or woman ! ha or Rhe who works cheerfully and merrily, rests cheerfully and merrily and does not ilumber In the tents of "tlio good old times." 8ANDWICHES AND SALADS EVENING PARTIES. FOR A most attractive cabbage unlad la made as follows: Mix together finely shredded cabbage and green peppers and olives. Chop the olives and re move the seeds and tough white portion from the peppers. Moisten with a rich mayon naise dressing and fill lemon cups with the mixture. Place each on a small plate, covered with a dolly. A most delicious salad and one easy to prepare Is crisp fresh lettuce dressed with a French dressing to which has been added a teaspoonful of tomato catchup, a tablespoonful of chopped green pepper, a teaspoonful of minced parsley and a tablespoonful of chopped onion. Shake or beat well with a Dover eggbeater, and serve very cold. The dressing Is best passed as the oil and vinegar wilts the lettuce Very soon. meek Crab sandwich...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 6 May 1915

THE ROWEN CHRONICLE, BOWETV ILL. J r I I Preparation Week" Thats exactly what it is Preparation for the hot weatner season. With the advent of May comes warmer weather. Everyone will want to don spring garments. Our stocks are now complete. "Choose From the Largest Variety" News Notes jv , i i Invite yourself to be Another hurry up lot of cooH)V earing one of Mens Silk Outing Hats, our Kuloff jow neck you will want one when short sleeve dress shirts you see them 50c. 50c. Kayser Gloves Keep the Sun Off' Are best, full assort- Our new line of work ments both white and an$ dress straw hate , r, rr will keep the sun off. black Every pair Kay- MensanBoys 15c up. ser gloves are guaran- Womens garden hats 35c teed double woven tips. Girls and Misses school Short gloves - 50c hats 35c and 50c. Long gloves - $1.00 New Oxfords NeW Wash GOOdS We often toldyou why Over 40 patterns receiv- vou shuld buy shoes ed this week, including Jf?; Bec,ause' the newest RODinSOQ S Voiles, Organdies Shoes T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 6 May 1915

l . ' Tna coTTCT ' cimom, bottct, ile. - CI'1 " 1 1 111 1 r" 1 " 1111 1 111 11 ' 11 11 n 1111 ' - . ''- i SSSSSS 111 11 II Local News Buy it now house Fri rain , "Dad" will beat opera Saturday night, see him. . Brick ice cream at Mills' day and Saturday. I We received another fine tin thia community Sunday. See our line of graduation gifts The Rexall Store. Every Saturday night is Big night at Opera House. Anthony Rhorobough transact- business in Quincy Saturday, What? Round and square galvanized chicken coops. H. B. Nash & Co. Mr. Paul Whray of Golden vis ited with Mr. Art Mc Neil and family Sunday. , Robcoo Connon and family of Denver, visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walty. . Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Robertson pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Thompson. Mrs. H. H. Schaffer of Winchester, Illinois, visited atjthe I. N. Hart home this week. Special, graduation sale on watches, lavalliers and books. The Rexall Store. nu n Our issified Igpartmgn Seeds and Plants ALFA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 6 May 1915

'v.. i r Laura Jean Libbeu's talks on Heart Topics p.; tCwrridkl. l9IS.br tU MeChm Nsvnpapar Sndiali POOR GIRLS HAVE HOPE RICH GIRLS NONE. Oh, that a dream bo sweet, no limn enJoyed, Should be so sadly, cruelly destroyed. I knew, I knew it could not lut. 'Twas bright, 'twas heavenly, but 'tl past. It 1b often a wonder to many why poor girls often wed their first loves while rich girls do not. The explanation is simple: When the poor girl meets a young man whom she likes and who lias shown interest in her she builds her future hopes about him. She is satisfled, nay happy, to be wooed and won by him. She looks no farther for possible lover. She is not expecting to find faults in him, nor hiding any that she may have. Hope is her guiding star at this happy time. With a rich girl, It is entirely dif ferent. She does not pin her faith to finding in the first man who pays attention to her a life partner Baying x to herself, "if I do not accept him. can never get another opportunity to wed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 6 May 1915

r '"'! ' ) - " r i THE ROWEr CHRONICLE, BOWHX, ILL, . 1 . i After the Crt day's work at tho exhibition Mrs, Swan awoke and found lierdulf lor the time being famous. Somehow her stunt hud proved to be one of the most popular at the exhibition, and every reporter sent to get a story about the show played her up. The rmilt was Increased customers. They stood three and four deep at the fence that surrounded her booth. At the end of the nine days Mrs. Black awarded her twenty-five-dollar prize for the most original occupation to Mrs. Swan, Thut, with the money earned from cutting1 the silhouettes, made a neat beginning for Mrs. Swan's business career. As an outcome of the exhibition Mrs, Swan received an offer almost Immediately to go Into a title favor shop with two other women where she could make and sell her unusual cards and curlouB cut-outB. Mrs. Swan accepted the offer, for she had taken a good number of orders at the exhibition and was sure that more would follow. So successful w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 6 May 1915

- J 3 V ihb bowen araoiucm, rOTTCg, IXC 1 I ii ff.f" ORDINANCE NO. 55. An ordinance Creating a Board . of Health, and Prescribing Its Powers and Duties, and the Me thod of Its Appointment Be It Ordained by the Presidenl and Board of Trustees of the Village of Bowen, Illinois. ARTICLE I. The Board of Health c-finn t. MEMBERS. There is hereby established a depart mentof the Municipal Govern ment of the Village of Bowen to be known as the Board of Health, which shall consist of three (3) suitable and competent persons, at least one of whom shall be a licensed nhysician. to be appoint ed by resolution of the Board of Trustees of said village, witn the advice and consent of the Presi' dent of said Board of Trustees ' Section 2. TERM OF OFFICE The members of said Board of Health shall hold office for the term of two years, and until their successors are appointed and qualified. Section 3. COMPENSATION OF MEMBERS. The compensation of the Members of the Board of Health shall be fixed from t...

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