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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 26 August 1915

1 : TilE bowen ghromcije Johnson BROS.'Publishers BO WEN, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1915 Vol. 26, No. 12 State Fair Delegates The following are the delegates to represent Hancock county at the Boys' State Fair School at Springfield, September 17-25 tloten Strong of school district No. 182, Harmony township.' to represent the rural schools; Don ald Cram, of the Augusta high school, to represent the town schools! Alternates, Chester 0. Mecum, of school district No. 218, Chill township,' for rural schools; Kenneth E. Craig,, of ' the Colusa high school, . for the town schools. Hancock county is allowed two delegates. The delegates were chosen by a committee consisting ot the president of the county farmers' institute, 'chairman of the board of 'Supervisors and the county superintendent of schools. Leaves for Short Visit Mr. G. W. Franklin, the shoemaker of our city departed Saturday moriiing for a 'few days visit fttyA4mmiA&t JackarmaVKtff Rilmo hnnn n the fft- tpair b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 26 August 1915

I not Esther V V TT l IT 1A1- 1 unto nergeii iunt? BjrEDWlSl BLISS (Copyright. 1915. by Path, ftxchanire. Ino. All Moving Plot-re Right, and all For- FIFTH STORY. i. John Ilalstead's hands trembled as he shut his desk. Very slowly the roll top unfolded, relucts kly shutting out neat stacks of papetff and correspondence, the paper-weight or another period, the quill pens, the rusty quill Jil-iio, .. . , , ..... Ink-wells, all the commonplaces of an leminine '"w n"c" . " '" a man's work. Moisturo gathered In to you. I have placed one-half of your friends they tamer loruine io your maid ana trunks are ai me oitit th kinir'n eves. Old were, friends with whom he had spent his best 30 years. Together they nau fought and suffered, together they had lost and won countless victories and skirmishes. And now the separation hour had come. JIalstead was through. The old lion had finished with a ttatlmr Hnlstend's face as Allca An ished showing her through the dainty littia nnlHrrpat nnfirtnient....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 26 August 1915

" - TIIEBOWEX CIIKONKf E, BOWEX. ILL. , -trrzz-zz?? I ' 1 ' " "1 RICHES LIB IN (?X1 IVrijIl 1 Little Girl's Dress of Wash Cotton " ' i ' i . ' hi i J , klht 1 ! jr , , Th free uu of soups and fresh' "To have no crushing circumstances ' i ( f jjf ' V" ,' -4 5 vagetahlos hi win fur those porannii would be to live a poverty-stricken jilu'in I ' V twJa" " who have a tendency to overlndulg- life. We would none of us attain what 2 f"j i " ' i " ence In entlim. Jorrinn. we should be unless we were driven to .5 : it; '!-:J?'j41 -i nfcW' It often aiinlniit our will. And so the II jj ( ! ' . i ' t CON8ERVE8 AND PRESERVES, thlnw that we tnout long to escape jll ' - N , l are likely to he th thing's that w !t l!) j 1 If i J 4, I and two cupfuls of wa- Our southern .slaters think a meal 1 U J'.' s T- ! , "N? ter, the juice of two l8 not complete without some form of Ui - f KOitil- i r- ,"f -S " J V J lemons and the rind of hot bread and the old SJ I ' - - iv - one cut In strips and one I j III b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 26 August 1915

I rur tirnvrv niKinuin, rtmrKN. ' Jt.i.. f THE 80WEN CHRONIlLt Bowen, III., AUG. 26. 1915. Johkboh Bros Editor! and Cvbubhri Cnteiw n the km offlra t Bowea, second clajtt mttr. III. Card of thanks 60 eenU.' Resolution of respaet $1.00. Unless otherwise indicated it it pratumrd (hat subscriptions re desired to ba continued until ordered stopped and all arrearage! paid. DENVER. Sunday, Aug. 29th, will be "Rally Day" for the "Craie Roll" Dt- feartment of the Christian Bible School. All mothen with their ba bies ma eoniider themselves especi ally invited. A large attendance it elicited. A special program will be given by the primaries assisted by the juniors at the conclusion of which the classes will take their places as usual for their regular atudy. Rev. J. W. Porter will fill his resrular appointment at this time. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Milstid en i tertained the following parties for dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graham, Mr. and Mrs. David Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miletid. , M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 26 August 1915

ran i. s m 1 I ' rr t c a r"V (I . ... . , 13 Choice breeding: ewes and feeding lambs, in car-load lots or smaller ' quantities if parties desire. Also stock steers, cows and heifers. S WIT.T BROS.S LORAINE, ILLINOIS Q 8 a a Local News '" "i ' ; SubceritM for U) Chronicle. Lots of mighty fine appleshis etrfafj&ress goods. , . . I; , Robinson's. Miss Ruth Dennis visited with relatives In Versailles Sunday. For Sale Some breeding ewes also sou feeding lanms. W. 0. Farlow, Augusta, III. M J. -M. Cannon returned Vjrip in Chicago. y-one light Union City Vxd' as new, $5d.00. Vffice. ll-3t a Mnmov n$ ftrnnlc. iting at the home week.. ' 2 good work orse. asco, Ilf. this V , nr. a our ' New fall ribbons. Robinson's. Palm Beach pants cleaned and pressed, 25c. W. D. Mathews. Geo. Hecox shipped a car of cattle to Chicago Tuesday. For Sale A few bred sows. Enquire of J. L. Slater & Son. WeBt Point, III. Chalmers Hecox of Carthage is visiting at the Geo. Hecox home this we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 26 August 1915

J V'- ; THE Bp WEN ONICLE, BO WEN fiiiif nvsr'4 r tmumt nnuru jmactrt DANGEROUS, GAY TODAY. . What thing so (rood, which not some harm may brln?? E'en to ba happy Is a dangerous thing. There are hosts of young glrl who believe in having the! fling of gnyety today, letting the morrow take care of Itself. It Is grand to be young, to Keel life pulsing through every vein, to be able to enjoy the sunchine and laugh at the clouds; but it is easy for the fun-loving girl to take life too non-chalantlj-, thinking the good times will last forever. Who does not know whole bevies of pretty girls who make boast that they attend some jolly affair every evening of the week (Sunday excepted), dancing far into the wee sma' hours, and up with the sun the following morning, bright as a dollar, and fresh as a daisy, and that it is sheer nonsense to believe continuous rounds of gayety told on a girl's health or looks? Tuming night into day can be kept up but a certain length of time. The pretty daughter...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 26 August 1915

folKWeToucK E BOJtrEN C MASCOT OFFRENCH AVIATORS THE CHROMCLFf jdirETX, ILL. BOB v BEAUTY When Older Brother first called her Beauty the whole famll laughed. That was a rare eompllme'nt to Older Ilrolher's wit, for the family wag one seldom given to mirth. But when they looked from the thin, plnchod little face, with lta buttermilk expression, down the angular young body to the too long legs, and back again to the straggly hair the nickname created for the girl by Older Brother was so Incongruous that even Mother, who had never wanted any one of her six children (least of all Beauty) could not help laughing outright. Naturally Older Brother was much pleased with himself and saw to it that the name clung to the little girl all through the days of her childhood. The years that came and went made 'Beauty no less a misnomer for the girl's face grew smaller and more pinched and more sour with every one of them. The youngest and least welcome of all the unwelcome six at home she was alway...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 26 August 1915

V Worldwide War Trust By Congroiimun Clydo n. TiYMiiwr . When Mr. Daniels, for many years editor and puoiihr of the Raleigh (N. C.) News and Observer, was sworn in as Secretary of the Navy and had time to look about him, he found that the pnople'd money was being waFd hv the Dayment of ex cessive prices for' armor and practically all articles required fnplthe Navv. Throughout his two years in the Cabinet he has kn oarneaHv AndeOVOrillK 10 (tiMi-rf the Public Treasury from the patriots for war, who year in and vear out have been helping themselves, seemingly at will, from the public crib, Secretary Daniels has saved the Govern- $ con 000. which is 1UDUV BUI'IV H"" w f but a drop in the bucket to the amount he could save ifflhe could obtain Government manufacture nf everything t kia first nnnual reDJrt for the year 1913 Secretary Daniels asked for an appropriation forao armor-plate factory. I quote from that report: "I desire to recommend the passage at the earliest moment of a suffic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 September 1915

1 Johnson Bros. Publishers BOWEN, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1915 Vol. 26, No. 14 MEAT MARKET CHANGED HANDS A trade was made last Friday, t whereby Mr. Wm. H. Thompson, ', became the sole owner of the ; Heat Market, formerly owned by Thompson & fiinkley. Mr. Thompson will endeavor to keep the business up to the high I standard, which was attained during the time it was formerly ; owned by , Thompson & Binkley, It is not known yet what line of business, Mr. Binkley will en1 gage in, but we wish him success in line he may see fit to follow. We also wish Mr. Thompson success in this fine business, and know that he will try in every way possible to please his many customers. Received Injury Harry Hill, who resides on farm southwest of town, received a very painful wound by falling and cutting himself on the tire ' of a wagon wheel. The accident happened last Friday, several stitches were required to close " the wound. Dr. Folckemer administered the medical ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 September 1915

i 1 THE ROWEN CITR0XICLE, BOWEN, ILL. li Passing IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIMBn MMU WHOSE WIFE? The Man and The Woman were In In a imbllo place. They looked Into each other's eyes and wore conscious of a distinct sense of recognition, al though they knew perfectly well that never before had they touched In passing. The Man felt impelled to take, her at once into his arms and hold her there for all time. Thus they stood apart looking into each other's eyes. Then the crowd surged and they were lost to each other. For many months thereafter The Man sought The Woman everywhere, and when at last he found her she was watching two children at play, and the smile in her eyes was the sort of smile that has Its well-spring only In a mother's adoring heart. The Man watched her unseen and understood. A week later found him in a distant city, where, after a few years he died. The Woman never knew what became of The Man. She never saw him again after the day they had looked into each other's eyes and passed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 September 1915

SB! conmarr, nn.tr nc tftluRC ltfMrt smucArt i 1 THE HOWES- CHKOXICtyE. BOWEX ILL. 4 THE FICKLE BEAU, In tho dark, In the dew, All my heart cries out to you An 1 rant It at your foot, Sweet Indeed, but not too sweet Wondering will you lieur It beat. "Whom first we love we seldom wed." 80- sings a poet who knows something of love and the ways of men. Almost every girl who has had many beaux knows by experience that not one out of half a dozen young men who were eager to make love to her was to ba depended on. If she did pick out one she thought was sincerely In earnest, inviting him to call on her, she found to her chagrin that he was of the disappoint ing kind that he never came wheu he said he would. These girls who have been disappointed by the men who have led them to believe that when they have made an appointment It was sure to be kept, have not the Idlest conception of what the average girls really think of them for their lack of consideration. Did this particular fact ever oc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 September 1915

V x Til K IIOVVKN ( UltOMCLE, BOWEJt, ILL. THE BOW EN CHRONILU j Bowen, III., SEPT, 9. 1915. ' Johnson Bros Editors and 1ubli8Hbr8 CBre"n tnrpnat offlc Homo, II), eooud claw mutter. Card ol thanks CO cents. Resolution! of rnpeot $1.00. Unless otherwise indicated It is presumed that subscriptions are desired to be continued until ordered stopped and U arrearages paid. DENVER Mr, and Mrs. Taylor Mafoerry have been visiting Mr, and Mrs, Geo. Starr in the north part of the county. Mr. Ed. Seott and family of Burnside and Mrs. Briggs, of Chap in. ware guests of Mr. and Mrs J. V. Scott, Sunday, Edith and Daisy Bowen of Time well were visitors at the Cappis home for a few days of last week Master Henry Seigfried returned Sunday evening from Ferris where it j , I lie lias buiiv Mic ouiiiiiici nun i, cannon ana aaugnier WaaMnirfnn UDCIe mrreujr BvrcillllK inn uu week where Mn R, Gladys returned from fa Ik, In f for nf tka hk.4 i-o..nt .hit .i.u boys if more of them could spend ...... ..-m .r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 September 1915

T v.. r i -r- r i Local News X New iPeKBv.O-Neil Tans, 60c and $1.00. Robinson's. Lewis ThomDSon " and wife visited in Quincy Tuesday. Excellent pictures at the Ma jestic theatre Saturday night. E. R. Scott made a buainesB taip to Carthage Monday. Ed. Bucklew and E. R. Scott were Quincy goers Tuesday, For Sale-Some good b r o o sows. T. A. Wishon. Attend the Band Concert Saturday night at 8 o'clock. Your October Magazine is here, Robinson's, Mary Downing of Plymouth visited at the Cynthnia Garner home the latter part of last week, Misses fancy stitch Red School Sweater with belt for l$1.00. Robinson's. Ralph Binkley and family left Tuesday for a (.weeks ivisit with his Darentslat LaGrange, Mo, Get your tin cans from H. B, Nash & Co., they have the right kind at the right prices. E. H. Schuerfeld of Quincy visited with friends .'in our city Sunday and Monday. T. R. Kemp of Quincy w a Monday. For light cattle or good young sheeD to clean up the stubble fields, see Randle B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 September 1915

THE BOWES CHRONICLE, BOWEN, IJX, lueBloooandlfellow QyEDWJ BLISS (CtoBYrlffhL MIL fav Patha Exchange, Inc. eltfQ Copyright SEVENTH STORY i. "Well, young star-gazer, is It comin to an end?" "Not tonight, father it all looks pretty steady." "I can't seem to understan' it an' I guess I never will. The only people I ever hern on as looked at stars al ways had somethln' excltln' t' report Here you been a-looking an' a-looktng night after night goin' on five year now, an' the best I ever hear your re port was one night two year agone when y'come in as tho the moon had gone to y'head an' shouts, "T'night t'nlght! an' I ses 'wot t'night?' an' you ses "the comet o' course," Jest like y's s'prised at my not knowin'! Then I goes an' stays up all night, an' me abendin' o' my back all that day lay in' brick faster'n Donohue c'd slap on the plaster, an' the danged old comet don't show up. 1 doan' b'lieve in 'em they're onreliable, an' no way o holdln' to agreements." The young man laughed, an ind...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 September 1915

I V THE KOWEN CHRONICLE, BOWEN, ILL. fillE OF ORIENT RUINS HER LIFE Pathetic End of Young American Girl's Dream of Love. A. SQUALOR MARKS END Daughter of Wealthy Massachusetts Parents, 8he Succumbs to Wiles of Chink Then Began 15 Years of Torment. New York. Only a glaBsy-eyed ' Chinese Idol looked on this week when Kitty Powers, cast-off wlfo of Fong Pong, former president of the Hip Sing Tong, of New York city, and said to bave been the daughter of wealthy Massachusetts parents, breathed her last after a vain effort to get opium with which to stifle tho thundering In her brain. Catherine Powers died In a two by- four cubby hole In a rotting shanty In the Chinese district of the metrop olis. Too proud to beg, too sick to go out of ber room, with detectives constantly watching the house, Kitty died alone and. forgotten. Chinatown had little use for Kitty, and had of fered $5,000 for Fong Pong, now sup posed to be In Chicago. Vain efforts were made to locate him to tell hlra of the Il...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 September 1915

V V era lx c::! Five Pawenger Touring Touring Roadster $725 price, o. 6. Toledo . . The 1916 Overland is Here It Is the biggest automobile value we have ever been able to offer. f " Just think, it is in many particulars the same car as Model 80, that last year had the biggest sale of any similarly priced car in the market. and now the price is $325 less. And the Model 83 has these advantages that made Model 80 so much favored High Tension Mag neto Ignition Easy-working Clutch Long Underslung Rear Springs and Large Tires. It has thesamemotor that made Overland Model 80 a much heavier car famous for its power. But see it! Ride in it! Then you'll best appreciate what a wonderful car it is for the money. Model 83 Brief Specifications 35 Horse-power motor S-Bearing Crankshaft Thermo-Syphon Cooling Demountable Rims, one Rim Extra High-tension Magneto Ignition Electric Starting and Lighting Underslung Rear Springs 334 inch tires; non-skid in rear ThJl Is the largest 4-cyllnder Overland , t...

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

BO WEN CHROI PIT 17 Johnson Bros. Publishers BOWEN, II.UN, "1 HURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1915 Vol. 26, No. 25 Free! Free! Free! A Childs Set of Silver ;Knife, Fork and Spoonj Given Free to each child 5 years of age and under. ASK FOR IT Each Saturday until Chrismas. If f B-'V' I II IK V"I Our Jewelry Department N IS VERY COMPLETE IN Watches, Rings, Bracelets, Lavallieres and Brooches, Cuff Buttons and Tie Clasps, Scarf Pins, Hat Pins, Coat Chains andSterlingSilver Toilet Ware. Fountain Pens We carry a good variety. Such well known makes as the Parker, Conklin, Waterman and Rexall ; , $1.00 to $5.oo Every one GUARANTEED. Fancy and Gift Books Boys and Girls Books, Bibles Teachers Bibles and Testaments. A. B. C. and Story Books. Calendar Pads Holly Tags and Cards Xmas Cards. Wrapping Twine Silverware TOILET OA.SES Military Brashes, Handkerchief Boxes. Shaving Sets, Purses and Hand Bags. Collar and Cuff Boxes. Parisian Ivory Toilet Articles. ' Box Stationery We have the largest and most comp...

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

THE H()WEX .CHRONICLE. BOWEN. ILL. burfclilieys MM OHO mumcm mu trmr mmti ww jwaaww SEARCHING FOR OUR LOVE. O mv rant soul! If thou harlst Dower To chouse all blesalnKS earth can Ev, u there a better, richer dower Than for her tenderness to live? Come, give the heart the sweet surprise Though 'twere but for a single duy. When young mon and women begin do make unpleasant remarks about not having found anyone to love them and how Impossi ble life Is when they are unhappy and companionless, I know that they are getting away from the truth. I feel like having a good, sound talk with the first 'down- , cast young per- I run across, telling him her of having the chance lni- linable to be red, courted married, It tone about, as k-y must not linces spring letry and a avotee that dissatisfied this unrea- f way would be fi the one love to whom the a certainty. sure whether 1 love loves me," Is sel- if the hearts are In , chord touched. More wish Is: The one heaven I crave Is Irue love of my o...

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

. 7 THE ROWKN CHRONICLE. W)V KX, ILL. Saying Farewell to the Pet 11 y OLD AS THE RACE There is a dawning: in the sky Which doth a world of fate imply, And on each casual passing face A look expectant you may trace. The signs the veteran turkey sees And with a deep and mournful sigh He calls his numerous family nigh And murmurs, pointing to the trees, "Roost high, my little ones, roost high." Eugene Field. Grdliiude w I AM thankful that I have thejower " to leel the glorious sunBti'ue 1f"the gray rain. My heart fills with Joy that I can see the leaves e.n& the sky and hear the music of the brook. Grateful am I that I can appreciate the height of the mountain or steeple, and the depth of the shadows, and II am glad that I can be uncomfortable In the intense heat or cold, for that means a Joyous sense of relief when It comes. f , HICH one of us Is not glad of the power to Judge? From the many recurrent cases we can Induce a rule, a law, a generality. And from this we can ma...

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

THE COW EN CHRONlUt Bowen, III., NOV. 25, 19 5 Johnson Bros Editors and I'ubuihukrb ntr 'n llm i"i ' av Huwxu. III. Card of thanks bO cents. Resolutions o! respect $1.00. ITnlAoa nfhArvrilM IndiftAtftd it il DM turned that subscriptions aia desired to be conunuea untu ornereo .wpp un all arrearage! paid. i Obituary Dr. William A. Garner of Clayton, was born May 27, 1860, on the home farm norlhof that city. He was married June 21, 1894, to Mrs. Ida Jones, who survives dm; also, surviving is onedaugh- Ruth Jones. Besides these aves two brothers and two G. M. Garner, of iG. A. Garner of Cairo; i Williams, of St. Louis aura DeGroot, of Da ta. was educated schools and re al degree at the of Medicine. medicine for pas a man of ps were held be. Tuesday at 2 p. m., f.utif ul south conducted ance. pastor Whetledge return- sday from a months daughter in Daugh- anlove left Mon I with her aunt' all, in Chicago. panied by her Irs. Sarah Man- knd family of Sday with Guy ftw Barnett, died Fri- rii...

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