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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 July 1901

. jit a .. .. M. S. WIcCOY, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL INTERESTS. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. ; . : ' . ' - 1 . VTVOLUME XI BOWEN, HANCOCK COUNTY, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JULY 18; 1901. NUfljBER 25 THE lllfill HP LIT I) I u T Buy Your Lubricating Oils, Engine Oils, Cylinder Oils, and Greases of All Kinds at MOST FAVORABLE iV'i I V "? C jV ,1 'i V -iff- It f f)V ) V Hews in a Hut-Shell. j raslliCu City Drug and, Book Store. Albert (J. Winters, a soldier recently returned from the Philippines and mustered out in San Francisco, became very sick with malaria and after several days in the hospital, in which the disease appeared to bailie the most heroic treatment of the surgeons, lapsed into a comotose state and apparently died. His respiration and pulse seemed to cease entirely and the body became cold. He was pronouced dead and was about to be placed in his collin, when, after hours of suspened animation, he showed signs of life. My the use of the most powerful restorations, he was re vived and ...

Publication Title: Bowen Chronicle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 July 1901

I IE fll Ei, ifl Four Blocks of Buildings on tha PoWic Square of the City Burned. THE LOSS WILL FOOT UP OVER $100,000. Owloc t the Continued Uronglit Krerjtbln Was is Dry as Tinittir and Bara4 Hercely-Dynanilts Used to Mora ilullillnc' Oat of the Trunk of tha rta-e. Enid, OSvlaM July 15. Four blooks of business lioubos on the public square were destroyed by firo in loss than three hour-s'time by a lire that started after midnight Saturday night. The water supply was inadequate and it wa necessary to blow up buildings with dynamite to check the flumes. Owing to the continued drought everything' burned like match wood. A light wind blowing from the southeast Bared the eastern part of the town. TSie total loss is estimated at slightly over $100,000. The insurance will be li-lit. Started In Hotel. The fins started at 12:02 In the twotory hotel building near the noutheast corner of the square owned by John Benton, and spread quickly tc the big Gensman Bros.' hardware house on the corner....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 July 1901

i r WATER REFRIGERATOR. Il Driigatf Claim That for Ordinary Farm Purpoaea It Haa AdvanU( Over lee. For the last two year I have used a homemade water refrigerator in the farmhouse which has some ndvan tages over ice. It saves the expense! putting1 up icej saves labor of getting It out and putting it into the refng' erator. It is purer than ice, and furnishes drinking water of guuran teed quality, which is better for the beaith than ice water. Director Sage, of this state, makes a strong point ugamst putting ice into a refriger etor and then breaking off a little to put into drinking water this on the leore of health. ' The water used comes from a deep drilled well, which is curbed with water-tight and air-tight gas pipe lrom top to bottom so no insects I iL 'i ! i i REFRIGERATOR OUTLINE. seepage water can possibly get into it. Northern Iowa is blessed with this kind of wells, and pure, uncontaminated water is the iirst thing to se- sure on any farm. The windmill sends it first to th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 July 1901

THE BOWJiX CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, JULY IS, 1!)01. M. S, MoCOY R. 0. ScODY, Managing i'.iitor, BrnsciiieTinM St.ivi vr year, in niivuii.v, 1 r nut palil In .'uh iun't'. s! hen no time is spi'cith"'. :nh ell i m 1 1 1 1 lllHl loeill llolti'CS Will !.t' IMlMlsllllt Until nl'ili-ri'il itKfor.llmit'tl. THURSDAY, .11 LY 18, IflOl The Cools are not all dcml yet. Carlisle 1. Graham wiio claims t: have gone over Niagara Falls in n barrel Sept 1, IMS!), is preparing to jnnko f lie (rii again, if he ran dude tlio j.i-lifr. Why the police want to stop him from killing hi.s fool self, we do not ninicrstand. Tin' Dror'll Ti-imtillK' fcy. " Buffalo Hill" once allowed himself to be put to sluime by failing tc .hnot a couple of deer al an easy distance. "lOvcrvoue lias liis little weakness," lie explained; "mine is a deer's eye. 1 don't want you to .say anything' about it to your friends, for they would laii;,rli more Hum ever flint the fact is, I have never yet been jible to slioot a deer if it looke...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 July 1901

THE BOWEN CIIUONICLE, THUIflAY.vJBLY 18, 1901. sTh tfm tfrn i . 12 BAYS Beginning Thursday July 18, and lasting exactly 12 days, we are going to make you forget all about this hot weather. You will get your imagination wrapped up in the many bargains we offer in Summer Goods. We are going to tickle your economical fancy with prices that will nearly turn the thermometer up side down by selling goods at such magnetizing prices as can only be found at NASH & NORRIS.' V JULY CLEARANCE SALE You Can flood (,'tllioo. . . . 15est Calico ..ic yard ..He yard titf.Zi Udies While Shirt Waists 98c $1.0 Ladies Shirt Waists. 74c All 1.rK', 12;2'c, Denims mid Crashes for skirts now Do JUILLINKUY. Trimmed Huts at Half Price. fiU.OO Trimmed Hats 1.50 .S2.i0 Trimmed Hats 8 1 .25 2.00 Ladies Oxfords go for SI. 75. Wen's Straw Hats. I 00 v;iriVW jiats 70c ' ijl. 75 Ladies Tan Low Shoes now. ;-0e " " ' 3!c 81.50 Ladies Tan Low Shoes now 81.00. $2.50 Ladies' Patent Leather Shoes ..,, ., ...,. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 July 1901

A x fTs Mi-C'fvf"?nblliilier HOWKN ronule. ILLINOIS. The World's fulr of 1903 is fast taking mnteriul shape. With the site se lected the plan determined, the seope defined und the bonrd of architect at work, the Louisiana Purchase ex position litis entered the constructs! Veriod. A hot wave recently reached Lon don, and an Knglish paper says "the American ice habit is becoming general in private houses." The astonish ing part of it is that the British people are just discovering that iue in a necessity, not a luxury. Lord Koseberry's iirst wife was the daughter of one of the famous liothschilds, and his bride-elect, the duchess of Albany, is the widow of a brother of the king of England. The .Uoscbery strong suit seems to be matrimony rather than politics. In transferring second-class matter the United State post office department pays out $60,000,000 a year and receives only $4,000,000 for the work. It is the postmaster general who makes the statement. Otherwise the figures would s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 July 1901

tiinir. vV n f -J t . . T POPULATION OF CITIES AND TOWNS IN ILLINOIS As Shown By An Official Bulletin Just Issued from the Census Office At the time of taking tlio lust census there were in Illinois 930 Incorporated cities, towns and village, against 7)2 at the lima of taking the census of 1890, The population of these places Is given by the census otllce as follows: Cities, Towns Villages and lluroughs. 1900. .1890 Abingdon city 2,01'S 1...21 A,ldl, vllle village 1110 "- Addison village 691 Aitdlnu vlllmr.i - 2111 2ib Allmny village 629 JU Albion village 1.162 "J.t7 Aledo city 2.0SI 1.W1 Alfxls village 915 &2 Algonquin vllli.no 650 Alhambra village 80S Alma village 418 Alpha village 335 ... Altamont town 1.335 l.oJ Alien city 14,210 10,21)4 Allona town M3 b64 Alto Pass village 61) Alvln village 3oS Amboy city 1.826 2,267 Andalusia vlllago Andover town -IS ajJ Anna city 2,6 IS 2,21b Annawan village 4-8 ' Antloch village 622 m Apple Klver village 6,b , Areola city Arenivl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 18 July 1901

THE BOW EM CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1901. IMPORTED POTATOES. O'hniiNiuula of IlarrrU llrnimlit Dull from KiirotM to flip I nllcil .Stnti-K. The polnto crops hue bern Rood for the last few years, ami dealers ns well (is consumers liave been satisfied with Ihe prices. The daily receipts in Sew fork city within a few days -averaged (bout 10,000 barrels, and this figure iros pointed to by a la rye dealer when W was asked whether potatoes were tlBpurtcd from Kurope in large quant ilics. It was explained that in years theu crops were poor, Scotland, Ireland and (lerniaiiy had been drawn apon for iiotatoes, "but this year and tost year there was no necessity for joinj;- across tlic water, and no potatoes were imported." The custom house records do not agree with the potato dealer's statcoieut. They show that 15..hfil bushels of potatoes were imported in tht yiar I'ndiiv' June .it), UHIO. 'This included 72.7S0 bushels from lterniiuia. The iniportation from lier.uany was L'J.'.MS bushel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 August 1901

I : W JH '111 I II fcXX W J : 1 1 ; ' 1 M. 3. McCOY, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL INTERESTS. jiCK-A UUHE DOLLAR, PER YEAR. " ' ( l VOLUME XI . BOWEN, HANCOCK COUNTY, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1901. UVv NUMBER 29 ; , v f.. . km v- .a, if vij i i i vr-v SSgfe " k. ' I'' 1" "lm : i' ' . Herd of Grade Angus Cattle- the property of L. II. Kernels, of Jfloomington, Illinois. These catcle attracted attention from all parts of the world; and we trust that Mr. Kerrick's address, which follows, will attract the attention of every fanner and farmer's boy that takes the Cjiuomcm-:. i ADDRESS BY LJI. KERRICK, OF BLOOMINGTON. I 4 Member Illinois Live Stock Breeders' Association and President Illinois Cattle Feeders' Association. Mk. PliESrOKNT, Ladum AM) Gj:ntu;men: If I should say that agriculture is the first the greatest the most honorable business of the world, I would only be siiying again what the best and wisest men of every age have said before. But a great number of people do not so ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 August 1901

M. S. McCOV, l'oblUlier. EOWKN. ' : : ILLINOIS. Another .half second has been clipped from Hie trottinfr record the figures now standing 2:02"4. The firs) half mile was done in less thnn a milluse, so that to thnt extent the twominute troter has already arrived. Instead of discouraging- the sale ot American shoes in Vienna Austria, should encourage it. The Viennese; .'women have pretty feet, and theii ' beauty should not be detracted from through the use of clumsy footwear. An astronomer who has been givinjr special attention to Jupiter thi summer says "there are good reaspin for believing that the planet is partially molten." It has not been M hot as that on the earth, at all events. Not a business house in Cuba haa failed, it is said, during the American occupation. The commercial prudence of the Cubans seems to be one of their strong points. If they were v only ns prudent politically all would v be well for Cuba. Only a few weeks ago a poor fisherman living1 at Lunging, Iowa, dug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 August 1901

M. 8. McCOY, Publisher. EOWKN. ILLINOIS. MING A SONG O' SUMMER. Sing a song- of summer Uurdena lull o' posies Cottage walla an' windows l Overrun with roses, Bobolinks a-launlili g, (Had to tee old nHKhbors Robins flylntt homeward, Busy ut their labors. Bins a song o' summerWild things all a-growlnff Butterflies on journeys 'Cross the meadows going. Buttercups a-smlllng, Each In a silken bonnet. Fresh from a fairy's weaving. With a bran-new ribbon on It Sing a song o' summer Harberrles In the hedgesColumbine, the hoyden. Climbing o'er the ledgesTroops of vagrant blossoms In the roadside spacesBirches in green satin Urapevines running races. Bees their pouches filling. Hurled In white cloverHaste, O friend, be happy . Before the summer's over. r-Mary F. Butts, In Youth's Coni' panlon. t Where Chance & Intervened A J lly William MeLeod Ealuc. (Copyright, 1W1, by Authors BjndlcHc.) ""ATE DALTOX found her friend f Jessie Cochrane' lover.s an inter esting study. It is to be p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 August 1901

THE BOWEN CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15,1901. jgon ett fdfiranitle. M. S. MoCOY B. 0. McCOY, Publisher. Managing Editor. Pchschii'tion: fl.00 per year, 1" nclvuiiee. If not utilrt In nilviiiioo, Sl.'iTi. 0 D 1 CAMP POINT. 't When no time Is spoellled, advertisements and local notices will be published until ordered discontinued. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1001. FOB A NEW COURT HOUSE. Tho move fur a new court house has made a large stride forward in the appointment of a committee at the last meeting of the board of supervisors, to investigate the need and advisability of erecting one. Upon investigating, the committee found that the present building is inedequate and unsafe and recom mended that a new one be built at a cost of not less than 8125,000 nor more than $1")0,,000. They further sent communications to a number of towns in the county asking if they desired to compete for the prize and, if so, what amount of money they would pledge toward its construction, allowing them until the S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 August 1901

T i .1 li ... THE BOWEN CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1901. Departure of trains at Bowen WABAHH I1AII.WAY OOINH WKST. No. II, piiKHOHKur and mull..... :.MIam No. 1. imsMiiiKur mid iixprumi 10:11 pin No. 71, freight 11:45 urn UOINU F.AHT. No. 4, iuuiiitir mid mull u n No. 2, uioistmicur itud t'xpriws S:M p m No. 10, frt-luhl 0:111 ft m No. TO and 71 carry puswiimirn. Noh. a and Hcliilly. Nw. 1 and 4dally cxiwpt Sunday. Non. "0 and "1 dully uxiuipt Sunday. II. M. Tonu, Agent. WHEN YOU GET HUNGRY Romember the place to gut good things to eat is at CLAYTON'S RESTUARANT (.'all tintl see our new'line of Canned Goods. The nicest line of Cookies ever shown in the city. Fresh bread always ond hand. my For choiee seed wheat see A. Kemp.M yor choice seed wheat see A. Kemp. at CLAYTONS If in Next door to Marsh's City Drvg andDook Store LOCAL AND PERSONAL Interesting Items of Vicinity. Bowen and Patronize our advertisers. Arthur Dorset t is on the sick list. )Try us on flour.--Felgar's Groeery ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 August 1901

iiu ii ii. Judge Curler, of Nevada, Gives His Impressions of the Ceremony In 'the Lords. ONLY FOUR AMERICANS WERE PRESENT. It Wu an Impresalve Pageant, Be. yond Ilia Expectations., and Such ass Could Have No Place In This Country The Entire Proceedings Perfunctory. New York, Aug. 10. Judge B. F. Curler, of the Second judiciul district of Nevadi, who was to' be a witnes in the EaH Russell bigamy trial, and who arrived here on the steamer Majestic, has given a Tribune reporter hi impressions of that ceremony. Admission to the trial was extremely difficult to obtain, and Judge Curler said that, so far as he knew, only lour Americans were present, Ambassador Chcate included. He said: An Iinprcimlve Pageant. "It was an impressive pageant beyond inv exnectations. In this coun try, ol course, we oould not and would ! ceived it at first with doubt 1 not have such a brilliant assemblage. Almost all the lords were there, and iu their seats, dressed in their scarlet rcbes trimmed with ermine. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 August 1901

A CHECK ON BULLS. Improvement on an American Device Suitue.led by South Australian Experimenters. The Australian Leader BugrgesH this improvement on a device, to pre. vent bulls from breaking fences which was published years ago in thtj Country Gentleman devised by th South Australian department of agriculture. It is described as follows: "A block of wood is screwed on to each horn, and a wire stretched from, block to block and also to the nos MATTERS OF ART. CHECK ON UNRULY BULL, ring, ns shown. So long as there is no pressure on the wires between the ring and the horns, the nose ring is simply held upwards without any discomfort to the animal. Should the bull rush any other animal, or attempt to get through any fence, the pressure pulls the hose ring upwards, causing considerable pain. It requires very few experi ences to tench the animal that any misbehavior on his part is attended by suffering to himself. One prominent breeder says even the fiercest of hulls is quickly tamed by ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 15 August 1901

v-1 - ' " r a,- - .... t . . . . . . . . i . (THE BOWEN CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13. 1901 ADDITIONAL LOCALS. The holiness camp meeting, which hnd been in progress at Carthage for tcu days, closed Monday. A good meet ing in reported and doubtless mucti good was accomplished. Mrs. D. F. McNeall returned from the camp Monday evening by rail and Mr. McNeall came overland with their equipage, Tuesday. We inadvertently neglected to mention, last week, that George Griggs, of the lilandinsville Star-Gazette, and his wife were in this place Saturday and Sunday, August 4 and 5. They came to attend the funeral of their brother-in-law. S. M. Kobertson. While here, Mr. Griggs paid this ollice a pleasant little visit. Last Friday evening wouldjiave been a very profitable one to astronomy students had they witnessed the manner in which the stars were changing positions. From S:30 o'clock until about I! o'clock, they were constantly changing places in a manner which much re: Rcmbled school child...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 22 August 1901

M. S. McCOY.aPubllsher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL INTERESTS. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. VOLUME XI BOWEN, HANCOCK COUNTY, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1901. NUMBER 30 The JTelgrar-Cunninffham Nuptial. The marriage of Oliver II. Felgar und Lucy M. Cunningham occurred at the home of the bride near Chili, at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening, August 15. The happy event will be long remembered by the large company of relatives and friends who witnessed it. V. II. Felgar, of West Point, father of the groom, and C. W. Cunningham, of Chili, father of the bride, uro both well to do farmers and the young ' couple begin married life under auspicious circumstances. Preparations had been made for a large gathering and the entertainers were kept busy with their guests and nothing was wanting to make the occasion one of unalloyed pleasure. The guests began to arrive early in the evening and the almost constant stream of well wishers continued until the hour for the ceremony, overllowing the house with interested fri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 22 August 1901

JSowcn Gbroniclc. iu. b. iwccui, i'uuiiHiier. ECWEN, : : : ILLINOIS. BURGHERS IN THE FIELD BRITISH ESTIMATE PLACES NUMBER AT 11,000. Kitchener Attributes Boer Resistance to Their Apparently Inexhaustible Supplies Transvaal Forces Not Compelled to Hold or Defend Any Territory Several Thousand Loss es in a Month News from Abroad London, Aug. 22 In a dispatch dated July 8, detailing the condition of af fairs at the front, Lord Kitchener says: "There are more than 13,500 Boers now under arms. Although they are not able to longer undertake exten sive operations, their apparently iuex- haustible supplies of food enable them to maintain an obstinate resistance without retaining anything or defend ing the smallest portion of this vast country." Since this dispatch was written the losses of the Boers have brought their "forces down to about 11,000. Berlin, Aug. 22. The second trial of Serjeant Hickel and Sergeant Marten on the charge of murdering Captain Von Krosigk of the Prussian cavalry a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 22 August 1901

IT IS NOT HOPELESS CHANCE FOB, THOSE AFFLICTED BY TUBERCULOSIS. Tho Price Is Ceaseless Vigilance and a Rigid Code of Precaution White Scourge at Bay. Los Angejes letter: From scientific standpoint the result of the recent tuberculosis congress In Loudon Is viewed by medical practitioners throughout the United States as merely an exposition of the conclusions arrived nt In general practice. Wo have believed and understood for Mmo time past that tuberculosis is absolutely curable in its Incipient stages i! nd moreover have demonstrated it in a hospital practice probably as fully as have the physicians In Paris. Our climate has given ns advantage in making these observations and a great many consumptives have come here in the hope of a euro. According to accurately compiled statistics 10,01)0,000 of tho present population of the United States will die of tuberculosis. When I say that consumption In Its early stages Is absolutely curable I know that my views are opposed to the majority ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 22 August 1901

7 THE BOWEN CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22,1901. M. S. MoOOY . 0. MoOOY, Publisher. Managing Editor. Bubsciiiption: S1.00 prr yimr, In advance. If not paid In advance. 3I.S.1. fCOF When no time Is specified, advertisements and local notices will he published until ordori'd discontinued. THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1901. Hancock Co. Sunday School Convention. respondoiico.l WEST POINT. Thirty-Sixth Annual Convention will field in the M. E. Church, Elvaston, 111 , Tuesday and Wednesday, August 27th and 28th, 1901. TUKSDAY MORNING. Topic: The S. S. Workers' High Calling. Text: "Laborers together with God." 1 Cor. 3:9. 10:00 Praise and prayer service, W. S. .Moore, Elvaston. Thanksgiving for tho privilege of working for and with God. Responsive Scripture Reading. Ps. 1st. 10:30 God's call for a nobler endeavor Uible reading, Prof. C. E. Newcomer, Carthage. 11:00 Old Testament books and writersNormal lesson, W. C. Pierce, Chicago. 11:30 Assignment of Delegates. Tl'KSDAY AKTKIINOON. 2:00 Song ser...

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