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

TTTB BOW1W CIinOTTTCTLT?. BOW15, TLH. Local News Ruir a 'niiovfai nf Ofit fit Meat Market. . Prices right. Notice Postively no hunting or trespassing. Chas. E. Felgar. Geo. Peterson transacted business in Hamiltion and Keokuk last Friday. Attend the entertainment at the Opera House, Thanksgiving evening. ( Mr. and Mrs. j'. C. Perry spent Sunday with .Mrs. Lulu Gable and family of Elderville. Mr. Clarence Drake, of Elkhart, 111., visited W. E. Kemp, and family Friday. ' David Clevinger of Camp Point visited with W. S. Dennis and family Sunday. Spend Thanksgiving evening at the Opera House and enjoy the evening. Miss Lola Fleming andlbrother Hurley, of Carthage, came Friday evening for a days visit with their sister Mrs. Aubrey Martin. See J. M. Markee's $2.00 frame and glass at , Bartholomew's Grocery, to fit those view pictures, that are soon to be delivered. ' Mrs. Anna Kelly left Monday" morning for her home in Windsor Mo., after a pleasent visit with her Aunt Mrs. John Mahar. Ann...

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

7T Tiirc now n, I AH A 'n IIIJOXfCLK. IIOWEX. ILL. feOfiQE RANDOLPH aOTDL snd LILLIAN CHESTER qopyricht 9 or TKC KfOOOOK COfPOMTPf ILLUSTRATED trCdMODCS ill SYNOPSIS. At a VBBtrr lneetlti of the Market kilquare chunin 'Jail Sitrittmt listens to a -acuanion about the sale or the onurcn nomema to wawanl rJ. Allison, iwrai otlon king, and when aakiMt Her oum- Lor tlie church by Kev. Hmlin neya, kit la appurenlly a lucrative ouauii'a prme. Allison lanes uau minis m otor car. W hen he suKXesta ue la 1 to rest on the laurels of nis tnenta. the aaka the disturbing "Why?" Oall, returning w ner 'a home from her drive wth Al- oolil dlmutnrovul In tha eyes lilth Bojd, who Is caltlna there 1 party uall nnus 1110 worm full of men, ana Allison unt that hia new ambition , world. Allinon atari 8 a tolldatlon and control or 'latton system of the kea popular. AUtin iinscontlneniai tratnc Lrb the Vedder court of Market sounre Ider court and muets I Continued. ' the church with a the people," pro- shoc...

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

THE noWEN CIIROXICtE, HQ WEN. ILL. FolKWeToucK ivPassiro ChondlerManx 6H TOMORROW 1 The Girl tank down on the bottom tep of the flight that led up to her hall bedroom, and stretched out her hands as If In pleading to some un een Presence. She did not cry out, por did the tears come, although her posture held all there is of pathos in tbe world. "Today has been so cruel," she told herself in a voice that had grown so weary through the long hours of anBwerlng useless questions of thought' less shoppers that it was little more than a whisper. "You have me," came a cheerful note from the head of the stairs. . Evldontly it was familiar to The Girl, for she lifted her head and lulled feobly at the small ethereal figure that appeared to her more like a clear white light than a materlalization. "Tomorrow!" she whispered. "Yes," called down the glad young voice. "You always have me, you know, and nobody knows what wonderful things I hold in my hand. Why, often I change the whole outlook of a...

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

Till flOWKN CHRONICLE, BOWKS, ILL. s" '7' x"-1 - - I 17 XT-' . i . - . DON'T DOBGEJHIS infill YIroken part1 V ARE W V QUICKLY J V. E. -Wwt1 T . : You Will Find It Economy to protect that Extra Tire from light, atmosphere and the accumulation of dust and mud, by the use of a leather cover. 'T would be a wise Investment See Us About It THOMPSON World Wide War Trust By Cangnissnun Clyda H. Tav.nnsr S UPON US ONCE MORE bon that plump, brown turkey d those cranberries, the plum ding, nuts and raisins will to be a dream and become lity. jq extend to all our patrons larty best wishes that this tsgiving "is tne Dest tney have had and the worst they ?r will have." IS 8 8 ars 8 IS 8 .1 n THE 8 8 in 9 m: Farmers Bank Bowen Illinois 8 8 8 8 Farm For Sale The farm, known as the William Jackson farm, 40 acres located on Section 32, St. Mary's Township, and 20 acres located on Section 5 in Augusta Township. This farm has a fairly good house and barn, and is in moderate repair. Said farm will be so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 August 1917

THE . BO WEN CHRONIC JLAJUA Johnson Bros. Publishers BOWEN, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1917 Little Prospect of Peace. We hear much of the desire of the warring nations for peace, especially Germany and Austria, and nothing could. give tne peo ple of this country greater Batis faction. But a glance at condl tions as they ' are will convince the most optimistic that peace is still a long way off. In the first place, the map of Europe and other parts , of the world has been much changed since this war began. While Germany has lost her. colonial possessions, she has f occupied . other iterritory which, in the event she can hold it, will doubtless mean more to her than that which she has lost. Great Britain will scarcely consent to relinquish the German territory she has conquered, nor will France make peace without a restoration by Germany of Al-sace-Loraine. Japan has KiaChau, taken from Germany, and ' German armies are overrunning large portions of Russian territory. Again, there h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 August 1917

THE BOW EN CITIlO SELECTIVE ARMY HAS BEEN DM AT WASHINGTON Order for Liability for Service Established by Historic Lottery. 258 FIRST NUMBER OUT Secretary Baker Takes Out Initial Number Drawing Continues All Day Friday and Throughout Night. Long List of Numbers Given In Order s Drawn, From Which Those Who Will Be Called to Serve In ' First Army Will Be Selected. Washington, July 21. Tho drawing for the big United Stati'S army was not completed until early Saturday morning. The drawing began at 9:45 Friday - morning, and continued throughout the day and night. Altogether 10,500 numbers were drawn from the big fish bowl. It was officially stated that the first 1,00 numbers ' drawn represented more than 1,000,000 men, and It Is not considered probable that men representing any number drawn after the first 2,000 will be called before any exemption board for the first army. The first eight numbers were drawn respectively by Secretary of War Baker, Senator Chamberlain of the senate milita...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 August 1917

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 August 1917

TUB BO wen cimos; V . oximn. Was Opal Akeei departed Saturtfajr for McQuoIn, III., where she will make a brief visit. Ur. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson and children of Chicago are pleax- tat visitors at the W. E heme Quite number from here at . tended the Laliarpo fair. Miss Davis of uamp Point id a gut st at the J. C Fleming .home, Mrs. Akers enjoyed a few days stay with Burnside friends the past week. H. !L O'Brien was a huaintss caller in Quincy Saturday. The larger number of our yourg people from this vicinity will at tend Carthage Ac triemy and High School this year. The work on the new Christian ehurch is progressing rapidly. The brick masons expect to complete their work this week with the exception of the filling in part at the gables. The Household Science Club held their picnic on last Friday after noon Aug..; 3rd in the Graham weeds. A splendid time reported, A new threshing seperator wbb unloaded here Wednesday belonging to the Graham Bros. ltissses Hattie Childers and Mildred...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 August 1917

nm bo wen cmtoNiCLit bowen, nx. Local News at 0 lay of at to . Corn for sale. J. L. Slater Kate Friemuth visited Sunday with friends near Denver. The latest in sheet music 10c a sheet. Carl E. Hill. Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. Smith last Wednesday, Aug. 1st, a baby boy. Attend the Christian church picnic at West Point Saturd Aug., 18th. Cecil James purchased a new Overland touring car from W Gillis the latter part of last week Misses Clara Franks and Alice Worman were Quincy visitors last Sunday. Sam. DeMoss of Camp Point visited Sunday with his brother Wm. DeMoss and family. Howard Bartholomew and Mrs Harrv Bartholomew and littl daughter of Keokuk, la., visited Sunday with relatives in our city Miss Helen Mills of Keokuk visited Sunday with herlimother Mrs. M. C. Mills and sister, Mrs, W. B. Cecil. 5 I have just received a new shipment of the latest sheet mimic which I will offer for sale at 10c each. Carl E. Hill. J. Harvey Norris purchased new Haynes six touring car the Otiincv acent...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 August 1917

THE I50WEX tfnRONICLE. HOWEX, ILL. v -4 r , . I I f . -.I, i i ii mm - - i , , . , , . , . f5 SHEEP'S CLOTHING By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE 'THE IONS WOLF," THE MAM WWU" Etc. Lnit lit jMtph VlRM 1 CHAPTER VIII Continued. 10 ""Then lot me see you buck to sour tatoroom, mid I'll " 'So, I I'd rather wait horc. I must know tonight I can't sloop without know-inn " Admiration kindled In Quoin's regard. Ho liked that spirit. She lmd l)eon quick to recover, quicker than the nveruge woman would have been. "Very well," ho assented. They moved forward. Opposite the compaulonway Lydla paused. "Will you he lone?" "Not ten minutes," Quoin promised Ills figure momentaiily eclipsed the blur of light that stood for .the doorway. Indeed It was hardly more than ten minutes when the doorway was again darkened, und Quoin came to Lydiu's side. "Was I long? I'm sorry. I had to be rather severe before they gave in and up." "You succeeded?" lie laughed quietly. "Here it is." Mute In astonishment, speechless with g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 August 1917

J r r THE BO WEN CIIRONICIJ:,! BOWEX. ILL. i i M 11 llv KITCHEN iJCABINETlC rmnn i,.. a There are irtrla who are dark, And Rlrla who are (air, - And girls who have all aorta of looka; There are gfrla who are serloua, Olrla debonair, Birt-V'hfre are tha glrla who art J cooks? THE WHOLESOME FIG. Figs And a large plnce In the dietary of ninny people nnd whether freshly plucked or dried, they arc most nu tritious. In parts of the Orient lifts take the place of broad. If one Is fortu nate enouKh to J have a fig tree or Is able to get the fruit fresh In Its prime, there are mnny most delicious dainties that may be prepared from them, however the dried fig lends Itself to so mnny delightful dishes thnt no one need deuy himself a few fig dishes. The following dishes mny.be prepared equally as well from the dried figs as the fresh, provided they nre freshened by soaking In fruit " Juice. Fig Omelet. Cut small pieces of figs In pieces nnd stew them In a little sugar und wnter until tender. He...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 9 August 1917

THE BO WEN JIIItONICLE, BOWEW, ILL. Pertinent and Impertinent , To thoiet who merely wait all thlagi eome that nobedyelse wants. A general thing, the kind of wi who drirea his automobile the ' fastest Isn't the one whose time is . worth the most. . "I wish Mr. Edison no bad luck," Mid somebody, (yesterday, "but I . hope the family next door to him has a phonograph." : A man may conceal his poverty fer a while, but his Jignoranee will how in spite of everything hejmay ' Fei the man .who has something fei rainy day the sun always Maes. , . In discussing public questions, it la. always well to keep the feet warm and the head cool. It's always best not to make up your mind on a subject until you knew seme of the facts. The thiags we get for nothing art apt to cost us more than the thiags we buy. . If you can lead a crowd, that is all right , But, generally speaking, it is mighty poor sense to follow one, ( A let of people accept a backset aa the Lord's will, when the Lord would km been ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1917

( T T HE' BOW En CM ONIGLE JOHNSON BROS., PUBLISHERS. BOWEN, ILL., THURSDAY, SEPT.20 1921 3 . ,,.,v'?!wiiiSHl'll. rS! ANNOUNCEMENT PARTY FOR WEST POINT GIRL The engagement of Eudora Maberry to litJand Dy of Carthage was an nounced at a party Thursday evening by Helen and Julia McMillan at Mrs. A. L. Nicely's. A pink and white color scheme was carried out and the house was beaufcifuly decorated with flowers Those present were Eudora Maberry, Roxa Crawford, Edith Maberry Clara Vorngahl, Clara Maberry, and Minnie Brumby. LOCALS ion ANNOUNCEMENT ENGAGEMENT Miss Roxa Crawford announced her marriage to Mr. W. E. Simmons, Sept. 20th' at a party given at her home S.iturday afternoon. Fruit salad was served. Those present were: Mrs. Ralph Hinklo, Mi s. Lynn Murphy, Mrs. J.. I. Farnsworth, Mrs. V. A. Tripp, Mrs. Earl Markland, Mrs. Albert Hopson and Mrs. Hazel Taylor of Bowen, Misses Edith Nail, May Vornkahl, Fern Barber and Eudroa Maberry. SHOWER FOR WEST POINT GIRL A shower was given by Mrs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1917

Y V the bowkx chronicle, bowen. ill. rw V rfSffW ;i" S'llA' r-w 1 CHAPTER XVII Continued. 15 Stewart halted again. In the gloom Madeline discerned a log rahln, ami beyond It spear-pointed dark trees piercing the sky line. She could Just iiinke out Stewart's tall form as he leaned against Ills horse. Klther he was listening or debating what to do perilling both. Presently he went In Bide the cabin. Madeline heard the scratching of a match; then she saw a faint light. The cabin appeared to be deserted. Probably It was one of the liiiinv habitations belonging to pros pectors and foresters who lived In flie mountains. Stewart came out again. For a long moment he stood as still as .if statue and listened. Then she heard lilm mutter, "If we have to start quick I can ride bareback." With that be took the saddle and blanket off his ' horse and carried them Into the cabin v "Get off," he said, In a low voice, as he stepped out of the door, v Me helped her down and led her in Bide, where agai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1917

. .r THE BOWEtf CHRONICLE. TIOWEN. ILT,. Smoke Screen Laid by Planes Instead of Destroyers y Pf2 THE njKiTcncN BMCABINCT Men really know not what Kod wuter'n worth. Uon Juan, That Ktvos it till Its Huvotv -Cow per. Smoke screen lufU duwn on the Pucltic by iowllylng uirplunes tunl settplnnt't). In the past destroy era hnve created the Biuoive screen, and this is tlie tlrat time that planes of the United Slutes service have done so In the West. Liquid Oxygen Is Cheap Explosive U. S. Bureau of Mines Recom mends It for Use in NonGaseous Mines. Washington. The use of liquid oxygen as nu excellent and cheap explosive In salt, metal aod other nonuuseous mines and In quarry and other outside blasting. Is recommended by h.e United Stutes bureau of mines after a series of tests. Preliminary experiments In this novel explosive, conducted at the bureau's experimental station at Pittsburgh, Pa., indicate that It may be , used to advantage where dusts and gases are not present, but Is especially ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1917

THE BO WEN CHRONICLE, BOWEN, ILLINOIS FRANK SHEETS DRIVES HOME HIGHWAY FACTS J'rtrd. RoaJs Have Cost Less Than fSO.MO 1 r Mile Upkeep $250. ! 4 , There recently 'Appeared In a fw newspapers a report of remark alleged to have been made by S. S. Tanner In a speech at Pontiac, Illi nois, relating to certain facts and fiirures which have been published on the cost of IJlinois highways for which contracts have Been let unaer ih itdmlnktration of Governor den Small. If the tfentlcman made the remarks as quoted, he must have been misinformed. : An analysis of the contracts awarded during the administration of Governor Small from January 1, 1921, to July 31, 1923, reveals the following: A total of 1603.08 miles of pavement have been awarded directly by the State at 'a total cost or $43,824,- 807.42. TJiis results in an average cost per mile of $27,337.57, including cement. 6t this 1608.08 miles, there were 889.48 miles on which the fills were si heavy and the bridges so larn that It was adv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1917

I : . . . THE BO WEN CHRONICLE, BOWEI?,' YJT 7 Theodore Schwanke nd wife, Har an end Ten Schwnke, motored to Palmyra. Missouri. Sunday to visit . . t j Henry Gillespie end family. John Tenhaeff and family, Mrs, Etthof Cotf and daughter were Quin cy bailers Saturday. Emma Joe Alexander of Columbus pent the week end with home folks Miss Ferson spent the week end with Blanclie Dutton. Mrs; Henry McUiar and daughter Marine returned home Thursday ac companied by her grandmother, Mrs Sweet of Buda, Illinois. Manila 1ft of Golden and Mrs, Oijrille Muslck spent Sunday at the hone Of O. A. Alexander. Hrs. Upton Franks and children reduroed bone Sunday afternoon after few days visit in Camp Point. ' Harrey Kevpner and family Qniney were eallers in town Thursday, Mrs. Annie White and daughter end grand-daughter spent Thortiaj with relatives in LaPralrie. - , Kobert Alexander of Macomb spent & week end with home folks. Xrnest Alexandre spent Sunday with Ivan Bennett. C. H. Herron an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1917

. I TTTE BOWEN CHRONICLE, BOWEN, ILLINOIS BED BALANCED R.tTIONTOB PROFITABLE EGG PRODUCTION :r: , . . . Good egg production mid fyi'ofitable returns from laying hens are largely the result of properly balanced rations composed of wholesome feeds. Experiments in poultry feeding for egg production curried on by the United States Department of Agriculture show that it takes about 6.7 pounds of feed to produce a dozen eggs with general purpose pullets while the egg-laying Bins, such as Leghorns, require a tout 4.8 pounds of feed., coin, fedns slopiifi.N?d 01$ fecTahead. (Tlio ,-Htter was; farrgwed March 2, lflJ3,' and - vci"e3ffj'uil)y weighed on August "9. being three days less than sir calendar moiUlfcs trf age, but rujos call for weighing onrthe 180th day. "he weights and gains were as follows: per r UO LITTER EXCELLS WORLD'S TON LITTER MARK Iter of ten pigs broke the world I for ton litters by making an weight of 97 pounds When weighed at the G L Evans Oreb, Ohio, August 29. the The...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1917

r THE BOWEN CHRONICLE, ILLINOIS PUBLIC SAbsoF REAL ESTATE Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of a decree of the cir cuit court of Henderson County, Illinois, entered at' the Jlarth term, A. D. 1923, thereof, in the case of Thomas Pogue, et al, vs. Jolin S. Pogue, et ul, pending on the chancery side of said court and also by virtue of the will of James S. Pogue, deceased, the un dersigned will sell at public auction at the house on the premises on the 25th, day of September, 19J3, commending at the hour of tvA o'clock p. m. all of the following described real estate: The Southeast Quarter of Section Nineteen (19), and forty acres off of the East side of the Soutihwest Quarter of Section Nineteen (19), all in Township Three (3) North, Range Six (6) West of the Fourth Principal Meridian, in Hancock County, Illinois, TERMS OF SALE: 10 per cent of the purchase pripe, cash in hand on day of sale. Balance of the purchase price to be paid by October 1st, 1923. There is a mortga...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1917

THE ItOAVEN CnKONICLE, BO WEN, ILL. Making It Hard to Bring It in From Canada (, f W L t- It . If. 3 Here, when Hip roiid from Montroul to Now York itossm llio C'imiMlu-Uiiltcd SInlos luniiiiliir.v, ovi'ry inolo: tourist is stoiiwd mid his luuffiito Is ciirt'tully cxuinlnod for amlralmud. The smne swuvli is mmle i u every other highway crossing the border. SHE SUES FOR A MILLION Record-Breaking Haul of Fish m w Demanding that her mime be cleared by the "last of her detainers," Mrs. Helen Klwnnd Stokes brought suit for $1,0(10,000 damages ngainst lier stepson, W. E. D. Stokes, Jr., son of V. K. D. Stokes, the New York hotel owner. Young Stokes, culled "Weddie" by his father, named as one of several corespondents In Stokes1 New York suit to divorce Mrs. Stokes, has lived for some time In Chicago. i. 4 int"v -,'1 A record-breaking net haul on the Million Dollar pier at Atlantic City brought In over two tons of fish, valued at SJ.UKl. They were mostly wealillsh, some of which weighed as...

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