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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 January 1901

TIIK BOWEN CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1901. X3 THERE'S A GREAT DEAL HERE to INTEREST BUYERS .RIGHT NOW. We have started January Helling with a swing that is very business like, vory convincing of the leadership of this store. Our prices have been reduced to cIihh out iiiaiiy lir.iH of Winter Goods. To secure tlio red hot bargains you must attend o'ir January Bargain .S;ile. Good Calico 4c yard. The very best Windsor Prints on- the market, sale price 5c yard. A good heavy yard wide unbleached muslin, sale 5c yard. 10 percent on on all line of Ladies' and (Jmld- renV Shoes. 10c quality Fleeced Dress Goods reduced to 8c yard. 8 l-3c Dark Outing Cloth c MEN'S DUCK COATS REDUCED. $2.75 heavy brown duck $2.25 2.00 ' 1.75 A Men's Duck Coat at 75c. January : 35c Men's Fleeced Shirts 25e Men b, , MEN'S FELTS AND OVERS. Men's 2.50 Felts and Overs 82.25. :.00 " " " 2.70. 3.50 3.00. Bid LINE OF RUBBER BOOTS. Linings free with every Dress Pattern 50c or more per yard. NASH I KORNEf, The Ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 January 1901

BOWEN. M. B. MoCOY, l'ublliher. ; ILLINOIS. Doctors and shoemakers are the (iirni'st advocates ol football as it ih now pluved. The lutter manufne ture the shoos used in kicking nnd the former mend the limbs broken by the kickers. It is only the student of events who comprehends the advancements mado in the past century. He realizes that during the 100 years just ended, humanity has progressed in all things material beyond that which had been achieved during all the centuries that have gone before. With the footpads the poor are the greatest sufferers. The rich man, who puns out satisfactorily, is congratulated and sent on his way, but the poor fellow who has nothing is kicked and beaten and left in the gutter. Poverty is not a crime, but it is sometimes very provoking. Yoman has her faults, but most generally her love for man, and man's gentle care will eliminate them. There is a saying that "when a woman is good, she's very good indeed, but when she's bad she's horrid." It may saf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 January 1901

She gown Chwnide. COWEN, M. 8. MoCOY, I'll ll liher. I I ILLINOIS. AN ENCOUNTER WITH TRAIN ROBBERS By Cnpt. Ewlng Brady, U. S. A. (Copyright, 1000, by Juitlotton-lIltfBUin Co.) "Tales of the Telefrrnph," written by Capt. Jasper Ewlnff, 17. S. A., and published by JnmloKon-HlKRliis t'o., Chicago, In a collection of stories telllnn the adventures that have befallen the author since the day In his boyhood when he tirBt entered a telegraph olllee to "leurn the business." As Capt. EwIiik graduated from the telegraph key to u commission In the United Suites regulur army, and served In the Indian campaigns of the west and through the war with Spain, the stories give a varied experience thut is Interesting. The following story tells an experience of the author at the second office with which he waB Intrusted: MY KJKST attempt ut holding an office had proved such a flat and dismal failure that I thought I should never have the heart to apply for another. I worked faithfully in the school for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 17 January 1901

7 THE BOWEN CHRONICLE. THUIDAY) JANUARY 17, 11.01. KIlllnHI. Grnudma Crawford is reported quite poorly. Mrs. MeCloitd is visiting her daughter Mrs. IJalson. 1'rof. Harris, of Carthago, was ii i-all-r in town Tuesday, Ponrl Howard and LuliV Short have come home on a visit. John M. Owen was a business caller in our burg last week, David Sanderson senilis to have quite an attraction up this way. Mr. Uatson presented his wil'e and daughter with a new organ. Earl Crabtree, of (ialosburg, has been visiting relatives here tlie past week. Mark Marklev and family of Kansas have moved in the west part of town Mr. Camp, of Jacksonville, has been assistiuif brother Dimmit in the meet ing. A number of the boys attended t skating party at Chili Wednesday even ing. A good rani would be highly appreciated, cisterns and wells are getting low. Dr. Sutherland is reported as being quite poorly, Dr. Owen is awaiting on him. Frank Tanner is laid up with an in jured foot received at the saw mill near Denv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 24 January 1901

M. S. McCOY, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL INTERESTS. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. VOLUME 10. BOWEN, HANCOCK COUNTY, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1901. NUMBER 52. A HAPPY IF MR. A full line of Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Fane-"" and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Soaps. Sponges, Etc AGENTS FOR WEENS LAUNDRY. RSH'S rmv T.nTT.1 A "vr r. TlAflT OTflur Reduction in War Rovenua Tax. The Senate committee on finance has .,,...,.1,1 ti.im. f.oiiKiilerahle ailiend- , . . . 1 .. I I.ill t.ml'W Mlir Till' , menis 10 tut' nuimu u"h i,"",","n reduction in the war revenue tax. The declared plan is to remove all taxes that are actually burdensome and to reduce the remainder practically, one-halt. It in said that the total reduction will be H nutt-nt L J.IK! (U in HMIUIVU dionls on the hibci wrapper oi bottle. .Thetax oT inmes is le in. .1 m mnry j v- it Lax 'tV;.el. ,i " T Bank tax will be reduced from 2 SI per 1.0UO of capital and surplus. The tax on beer which was raised "from 81 to 2 a barrel for war...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 24 January 1901

Mi II 01 England's Beloved Queen Lying at Death's Door With No Hope of Recovery. THE ROYAL FAMILY ALL AT OSBORNE, Kiiiptirur William of Gorman? LeTl tha Ili-CautaimlHl Faatlvitlaa to Haatan to tli Haililda of HI Uranilmiithor-Tlie J'rliua of Walaa Aluioit In a 8tta of ,'ollapaa. Cowes, Isle of Wight, Jan. 21, 7:50 . in. The queen is still alive, but all liope is gone. Knd Expected at Any Moment. Cowes, Isle of Wight, Jan. 21, 5:13 a. iu. The memliers of the royal fam ily ure still gathered In a room adjoining the queen's bed ehainber. Her mnjeHty is unconseious, und the end is Xieeted at nny moment. WALES 18 IN A HAD WAV. Th Hair Apparent Alinoat In a Htata of Collapse. London, Jan. 21. In the closing moments of Queen Victoria's life, another grave portent arises, namely, the Hpi'ious indisposition of t lie prince of Wales. So worried, tired and exhausted was he last evening that he ould not respond immediately to the j summons from Osborne house. The most he could do was to promise...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 24 January 1901

ODDS AND ENDS. The world's stock of paper money is now $!00,00ll,0)0, equal to the existing stock of gold coin. There are 3,000 words used alike in French and English without variation in spelling. About 900-. persons a day on an average visit the white house the year round. The number rises sometimes to 1,500 and 2.0U0. The remnant of the once great PenobBcot tribe of Indians now living on an island nenr Oldtown, Me., have their own form of government. At their recent election they chose a prohibitionist chief named Mitchell Attean, by a vote of 25 to 23. One of New York's sporting clubs has purchased 1,700 acres of land in western Massachusetts to be kept under fence as a game preserve. A lake covering 100 acres will be stocked with fish and private stables and cottages are to be erected. The very latest in New York swell society is that carriage teams for use by bridal parties must consist of one white and one black horse. As a result livery men are offering fancy prices for well...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 24 January 1901

THE BOWKN CIIRONICLK, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1901. 1(c gotvm l(ronich. M.S. McCOY, Publisher. BCBSCHU'TKin: Hrl.OO K-cr yiMir, In uclvaiii'e. If nut iiiild In advance. fl.Sfi. Wlun in) I i mi Is sH'cl tied, ad vert Isrinent s and local noilees will lie published until ordered dl.M'ontliiiieil. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2I.1H01. ;vji $ 4 A BOLD ANNOUNCEMENT. 1 Read It and You Will be Convinced of Its Boldness. N many people litivi- cot in thinking tl.nt tliev can l)iiv H. Louis ami else win re, iiiw as we state tuiovc we Mrs. Naiimi made a great liit when pile smashed the mirror which reflected the ok-ecne picture in a Wichita, . Kansas, saloon. If the nation of the "United Status would follow her example, it would h" well for the peo AN OPEK LEGAL QUESTION. A woman is imprisoned for destroy ing property ued for the purpose of j3 viohiiing the 'aw. hoiihl slie ho punished or rewarded? This is the question upon which the courts of Kansas are called upon to decide. Kansas has a law prohibiting ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 24 January 1901

M. 8. MoOOY, l'ubllshsr. COWEN, i I ILLINOIS. Neely,' the Cubnn defaulter, must go back to the inland for trial. His punishment is likfly to be sulliciently severe to serve ns a warning to officials over there to not tamper with ii flairs in which Uncle Sum bus a vital interest. It i understood that the will of the late Philip D. Armour will devote millions of dollars to charitable and educational institutions. Only another illustrution that Mr. Armour knew how to accumulate wealth and appreciated the best manner of using it. Thomas M. Patterson, the editor of the Rocky Mountain News, will succeed E. O. Wolcott in the United States senate from Colorado. Mr. Patterson will, doubtles, do credit to the Centennial state. He is a bril liant editor, a strong lawyer ana withal a brainy man. Two hundred girls in an Ohio col lege engaged in a class struggle over a disputed cap and gown. The mule professors, forming a flying wedge, entered the fray and secured the in cendiary articles. If the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 24 January 1901

r Y THE BOWEX CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1901. Bring Us Your Feet SEE and we will end their troubles. We have made glad feet out of many that have been suffering for years. We couldn't make the feet over, but we did fit them in a way that Med to comfort and happiness. We can do as much tor you it you're in need of it. Now as to prices: Faithfully and surely, we are selling for the least money compatible with honest shoes that will last the most satisfactory length of time. on wliiit is k'tt in Luuies unpes, J tickets. Suits, (,'hi "Selz"onttieSole of the shoes that you buy. Selz Shoes make your feet glad. iK'lioii in price 'iiilor made dri'iis Jack ets and Ladies Fleeced Wrappers. NASH IMWMl The Cash Store 0- a-C -SVSs !-0 rtlr tfCC-?- CM .r fkffc 0ill Wlien in search of (something good for ,jj dinner, dont fail to call on John Bartholomew. $ We have Cabbage, Sweet Potatoes, Fine Span- S ish Onisns, Cranberries, Saner Crant, Very Fine jjj Prunes, Apricots, Peaches, Apples, Can...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 24 January 1901

T BI. M. MoCOY, l'ulillalier. BOWEN. I I ILLINOIS. DOES ANYONE KNOW HIM? Out of the street, after ringing a bell or two. Into the house, with a rus two. a yell or Kltchenward lured, by a savory smell or two, Dinner Inspires him with Joy! Oft goes his hat, with a dexterous (ling to It; Oft goes the cat, with a mischievous string to It; Cp sturtB the baby, because he will sing to know such a boy? Upstairs and downstairs, a very cyclone la he; Deep Into mischief whenever alone is he; Terror of sisters to tease them quite prone is he Doing hts best to annoy. Grandmother shudders with shouts he will frighten her, Though quite as often his fond kisses brighten her; Then, by sweet coaxing, of goodies he'll lighten her Anyone know such a boy? Vlld with his comrades as any Comanche Is, Bough as a steer on a far western ranch he is; Surely of mischief the root and the branch he Is; Yet there's pure gold In alloy. Tender and true at the heart's core, though small he Is; Brave and ehlvalric, wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 24 January 1901

THE I50.WEN CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, lJiol fniiip rolni. Frud Fallow's are rejoicing over a toaby girl tliut rauio to llieir housi' hu t week. JMiss Nannie ltoger, anil' up from Quini'.v, Saturday and npeut Sunday with lier parents, , Wiss Alary Swain is homo from lliil- Jiculhi', Mo., where she has been attending school. Dr. (). I-. Jiates is in Chicago attending deutal school this week. Miss Vela Year is on the sick list. Warren Scott, came from Cora, Oklahoma, last week to attend the funeral ot his father, Sam L'flge, has gono to Chicago, to make his homo in the future. IIOIIHIOII Louis Conk has moved l'roin the Jioyd house to the house vacated by Henry ('rum. Joseph Thompson has rented the house belonging lo the Jioyd children. Quite a number of young men attended the box supper at the Antioch church, Saturday nilit week ago, but the ladies were not so numerous. Homer Hudson has moved from .John Suiter's house to the Lowery bouse. At last accounts, Mrs. Win. McCay was co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 7 February 1901

1 wni M. 8. McCOY, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL INTERESTS. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. VOLUME II. BOWEN, HANCOCK COUNTY, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1901. NUMBER 2. Wait for the Landslide Wo have bought the Inrgest stock of Wall Paper ever shown in this viein- . lty. We expect to have it oiw' display before mam dfiys. Every pattern shown will be in .jtock. Our prices will he from 2c per roll and upwards. Wait for us. MAftSH'S City Drug ftnd Book Store. maimxnimisasisxaisaeE CROSiY'S BEST EMOUF. f "J 'if "iif "li t'yT VJV VTi" "'i (T V,v : - i ' - H nniiN ARftiir lie. i Q H Yates is this first govcnor of Illinois who was born in the state. Blandinsville lias purchased l(HUKX) brick for sidewalk purposes. Two hundred eases were d icketi d for trial in the Fulton county eircub court nt its recent session. A recruiting station for the Unitei States regular army has been opened ai Quiney and enlistments are now being made. The office will remain open until June 1st. Mrs. .Nation is still "pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 7 February 1901

An Innovation. TV Louisville & Xashville R. R. together willi its connofting lin.-s has inaugurated " the Chicago & Florida Limited, which is a daily, solid train, wide vestihuled, steam heaved, gas lighltd, with dining oar service iav inmls en route from Chicago to Thorn, "ville, (a., Jacksonville and St. Augustine, Fla. ..This train leaves Chicago over the Chicago & Eastern Illinois tracks at 11 ;03 a. m., running via Evaneville, Nashville, Birmingham, Montgomery, l'lant System to Jacksonville, and Florida East Coast to .8t. Augustine, arriving at the latter City at 7:30 the next evening, making the fastest time ever made between these points. 'This train has annex sleeper leaving St. .Louis at 2:15 p. m. which a'so runs-through. Air. C. L. Stone, General Passenger Agent, Ixiuisviile & Nashville It. K., Louisville, Ky., will answer all inquiries concerninj 'this train and furnish printed matter coa cerning it. Hope Spring:! Eternal. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 7 February 1901

s Ion Raft Winter Tnnra to the Sunny South. The Mobile & Ohio will run Special Low Rate Kx'iursions, good uutil June the fust, permitting invalids and others to stop at iirst-ciasi hotels enroute at very nominal rates to all points in Alabama, Mississippi, Geonria. Florida. Cuba. Central nml Knnlh America. Low Kate llomeseeker's 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. One Way Settler's name days at A ery Low Hates. Any ticket ajvnt or J. T. Toe, G. T. M Mobile, Ala. C. M. Shepard, G. P. A., Mobile, Ala. M. H. Bohreer, I). P. A., Hfil Marquette lildg., Chicago, 111., 7 West Fort Street, Detroit, Mich. A Vermont Wonder. A report is published from Vermont that the electric light plant of a town in the Green mountain state was frozen up the other niaht. When it cornea tn friiino- nn electricity Vermont beats the record. Up to date nothing equally startling has been . heard of, unless the story told by Bub liur-' dette be excepted. Bob used to describe a wonderful section out west...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 7 February 1901

THE BOWEN CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY. 7, 1001. jgtyf gowm 1(romch. M.S.McCOY, Publisher. Bbsciuftii'n: 1.(K pi-r yi'iir, I" uiiviii.eo. IJ not pil1 I" ikIvuik-k, SI.Ki. Hi-lino I It in H. Miss Anna (lorby visited the school Monday. Chapel exercises were commenced again Monday. Prof. Adams feenis to think that radiators are rather warm articles. AbU- Mr. A da ma if lie is satisfied yet or if he is still on with that line of When no iin Is si eelMe.l. ii.lv.TtlwiniM.lH SU(.Up,s and Incut notl.Ts .-111 !.. pnnus".ordered (lleintlt i" ' I'n.f Adams will give a lecture on astronomy at the school House n lie had better stay in it i.vi,tv ,.i,ri,t .nt . 7i). All are invited . ,, , llnilHlon. A slightly cold bluster passes and then mild weather again greets us. Joseph Thompson moved his goods into the house belonging to the Jioyd children last week. there is a time to all things but he does not say that there is t ()() )n anv time to get drunk. I wednksdaY. j The second of J'Vliruary has...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 7 February 1901

THE BOWEN CHRONICLE, THUIISDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1901. FEBRUARY. BARGAINS. Wo ait't making big reductions on ninny lines of winter goods. Supply your needs now, for there is still two months ol winter. These cold days cull for Frit Hoots, Linedf fclioes, Blankets, Underwear a' d Duc k ( out. . FELT BOOTS. Knit Boots and Snnjj Proof " vi'iv, . " -" ' . "'"$:.() $2 50 Felt Boon? find over, - $'Xo MENS' DUCK COATS. Sl.OOMeiis' Duck Cent, - - 75c $1.50 " " " $1.2" $2.00 " " ' - - S1.7J", Our Line of AI ens' Ileuvy Winter Shoes, ?2.50 (piulitv reduced to $2.00 35c Shirt? mid Drawer', 25c LADIES LINED SHOES. 42.25 Felt Lined Shoes - $1.75 (81.50 " ," " . - 81.25 BLANEETS. 84.00 Wool B mik. i.- - - - $150 81.00 Cotton Blankets ... 80c 75c. " " - - - 55 Good Calico - . 4c. Best " ... fie. 0c Fleeced Drew Goods - 8c. 10c quality Shii'tii)"', 8c. Wool Whirls greatly reluet!l Leaders of tof Prices. 0 CHfQNfXyo P S o J 9-m s? 0 1 . Just Arrived! I Departure of traln9 at Bowen So. il. piihNi'iiKi'i' ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 7 February 1901

ShcfJowfttiShromcIf. EOWEN. M. B. Mcl'OY. l'lihintier. i - Illinois. The queem of Holland will no) tie 20,000.000 marks on hur fill mo litis band. Almost any man might, afford to run tho risk of becoming a uueeu'e husband under such conditions, il there was no string tied to the money. Berlin a few days since reported two embezleineuts aggregating $70.000. The old town will have to get into lier hustling clothes if she evet expeeta to enteli up with New York, where embezzlers think nothing1 oi scoring $700,009 nt a single haul. The first veto by (jov. Odell of New York is of a bill to const met watei works in a town without the sanetioa of the inhabitants by a popular vote. For a long time promoters in New York liave been getting around thil requirement, but the governor hal culled a halt. A municipal crematory for the disposal of human bodies, which ".as opened at Hull, England, on Jnnuarj 2, 1001, is fully described in the London Surveyor. This is the first municipal crematory of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 7 February 1901

- M. . MoCOY, Publisher. EOWEN, t "ILLINOIS. L A in THE DESPOT. They knew not whence the tyrant came, They did not even know ht name; Vet he compelled them, one and all, To bow In bondage to hlH thrall; And from their lips alletflanee wrung, Although a strunger to their tongue. Whilst he was wrapt In royal state, Their hours of toll wore long and late; No moment could they call their own Within the precincts of his throne; And when they dreamed their work was o'er Ho only made thorn slave the more. AlthouRh the conquering king was he Of people who had ones been free, , No word of praise or promise fell From him his subjects served so well; Yet none of those who orowned him lord. Received a shadow of reward. Obedience to his behest Destroyed their peace, disturbed their rest; : Tet when his drowsy eyes grew dim, Nor mortal dared to waken him. They stole about with stealthy tread "The baby is asleep," they said. John M. Stuart-Young, In idler. HAZING THE HAZERS THE new "nleb" at the W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 7 February 1901

1 THE BOWEN CHRONICLE, TIIUUSDAY, FEBU'TAKY 7. l!)()l. - k AlitfliNtli. John Sapi and wife are on the sick lift. MlsnCoraCox is the guest of Plynoulti friends. CHve Johnson, of St. Mary's, was a -culler iu our city Monday, The tinkle of the sleigh bells were 'heard Sunday and Monday. ' Rev. Jleadlos, of Quincy, was calling -On Iiev. Abner Clark, Vridny. i Miss Lena Grimes is visiting her sis- I Her, Mrs. Clias Findltty, of Bowen. j Mrs. JoeSkile and daughter, Miss Mae, of Uolden, are visiting relatives. The Hon Ton dancing club will give a masquerade bull on "evening. Rev. Amos Higny, of l'rairie Spent the latter part of last week relatives. The entertainment given by Spinter's Matrimonial Club last Thursday evening was a success in every way. Miss Grace Morrow, of Plymouth, pent Sunday with her friends the Misses Georgia and Kdith Davis. Died, at the home of his parents, Erasmus Chambers and wife living three miles southwest of Augusta, their son Fred, aged 11 years. Monday, Februa...

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