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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 22 August 1901

THE BQWEN CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1901 1 flJII ETft A PRIIifN hream of Wheat at Felgar'B G J M'lPA'it I Mias Uessie liinkley and her Xif I inllM0 y'Ufc. MrB. Edith Cook, Hpeut Sunc o : is 1 . i Departure of trains at Bowen W AUAM11 UA1UWAI UU1HU WKHT. No. 3t ptisstMiKor and mall 0:50 a m No. 1, piissonnor and uxprcaa 10:11 p m No. 71, ftulglit ll:4fittm QOINU EAST. No. 4, imssonKur and mall 0:08 a m No. 2, passenmir and uxpromi S:63 p m No. 70, frolKlit 0:18 am Nos. 70 and 71 carry puHKongnrs. Nos. 2 and Bdaily. Nos. 1 and 4dally oxcnpt Sunday. Nos. 70 and 71 dally except Sunday. II. M. Todd, Agent. WHEN YOU GET HUNGRY Remember the place to get good things to eat is at CLAYTON'S RESTUARANT Call and see our new line of Canned Goods. The nicest line of Cookies ever shown in the city. Fresh bread always ond hand. itm .MM AM l Next door to Marsh's 'City Drvg and Book StoreLOCAL AND PERSONAL. Interesting Items of Vicinity, Bowen and Patronize our advertisers. Try us on Hour Felga...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 22 August 1901

t J. - r. CQPYRTGMTIWOLBr J.S.TRI6G-R0CKFDRaiA Let the boys have a day oft fishing, Md, better Vet, go with them yourself. Pigs well kept and cared for will pain about one pound a day up to the timethey are 200 days old. ' "the work of the greatest Importance on the farm when you read this la to ' get a team at work turning over that Btubble field. The bushel of corn and the bushel of wheat are closer together in the matter of price than they have been for a good many years. Corn Is the crop of greatest value produced In this country, followed by hay, wheat, cotton, oats and potatoes In the order named. There are no straw stacks to be seen anywhere in the far north wheat country. The wheat is largely cut with a header, or where cut with a harvester the straw is used up as fuel to ruu the thrashing machine. ' iightning struck a telephone line J-j Nebraska not loss Hnev -r.d the wire conveyed a strong enough current to kill a lineman who was engaged in repairing the line 30 miles dist...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 22 August 1901

7 riii'FASi HIONS HJAY ceinture of burnt orange velvet. Straps of burnt orange velvet encircled the blouse and terminated at the front In loops that were held with tiny cut steel buckles. These extended up to the top of the high mull collar. Straps of the velvet trimmed the lower part of the full mull bishop sleeves. Over this was worn a short decollete bolero of the grenadine taffeta lined and covered with the nasturtium blossoms, This has GORGEOUS SULPHUR YELLOW WRAP. Paris letter: The casino these warm sultry evenings is the Mecca for the dined and wined. The stay-at-homes who take shelter behind closed blinds and deserted-looking hotels all day long sally forth in the evening all In the "best bib and tucker." EveryUidy here is casino-bound In the evening. About 9 o'clock the Champs Elysees Is one moving mass of vehicles, all wending their way to the thousand and one casinos that dot tho drives of the Hols. Strains of Hungarian music are heard at every turn of the road and the tr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 22 August 1901

T V THE BOWEN CHRONICLE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1901 RUSSIA'S FLOATING GARDENS. jKxtruilve and Productive EiperK meat Stations on Hlvrr Ilaraea. In a practical paper in Century, on 'America's Agricultural KcgtMierutiou cf liussiu," Alexander Hume Ford describes the flouting-gardens that are a feature ul f.ertuiu great Russian Streams. "Along these great watercourses, which American dredges are constantly deepening, are to be found the most extensive and productive farms of Eussiu. In u rich agricultural country intersected everywhere by rivers and canals, it Is not siy pi-ishig that a novel method of presenting object-lessons to the tillers of the soil has been evolved. "The Russian, educators in casting , about for the best means of economie- ' ally fullilliug their mission decided to experiment with immense flouting " gardens hundreds of feet in length. These great barges, built wide enough . . to gic cfeiiftn-tnble area for the lay- ' ' ' in out oTa garden, are launched with the br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1901

WW 0Bm M. S. McCOY, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL INTERESTS. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAS. VOLUME XI BOWEN, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1901. NUMBER 24. 1 THE GREAT NORTHWEST. . L Description of a Trip Made by Prof. Adams Through Minnesota, N. Dakota, Hani toba, to Winnipeg, Canada, and the Territories Around That Port. (Continued from last week.) as Fattv had iriven every body so much advice. We did not do a thing to him but hollow good by my lover good by as he disappeared among ihe mosquitoes, Ilight in tin con nee tion we might say thut British Ameri ca hud the most prolific output of mosquitoes ever known to the country this year (according to -Winnipeg, paper) tlie great quantity of water upon the ground ' was the prime cause. They were of the must beaky variety. The boys told a story of which I was not an eye witness, hence can not vouch for the truth of the story. They claimed that a blacksmith kept two of these mosquitoes in stalls and fetched them out when he wished to drill diff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1901

T (Copyright, 1901, by J. S. Trigg) Rockford, la. Correspondence Solicited. Silos, built of cement are a new and practical Innovation. It ha come about to this that it is not best to decide that you want a Job done unless you are prepared to do it yourself. cnnkpil In the shell bv the heat of the sun and apples baked on the trees were features or the neatea term of 110 in the shade in July last. Samples of the Whltaker plum sent to us July 28 showed them to ue luuy ripe and of good quality, making this -plum the earliest of any we Know or, The law of Illinois which prohibited tho artificial bleaching or coloring of grain has been declared unconstitutional by the supreme court of that state. We note that a woman Is always willing to have a pet pug dog killed after it has bitten her child. It is about the only thing which will insure her consent to the killing. When you find a man who raises 70 bushels of corn to tho acre when you can raise only 40, you had better go and see him, for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1901

CMUIEFS REDUEST VICB PRESIDENT TAXES THE OATH IV EXPOSITION CITY, SCENE WAS A PATHETIC ONE President Booaevelt Announces That Ha Will Follow Lines Laid ,- Sown by Deceased. . ..... .. .. Buffalo, Sept 14. President Roose vett came to the house ot Annloy lnet arrived, preparations weru be ins made for the taking of the oath of office. The, place selected was the library, a rather small room, but picturesque and a pretty bay window with stained glass and heavy hangings formed the back ground, and against this the president took his position. Surrounding him were five members of the cabinet. Root, Hitchcock, Long, Wilson and Postmaster-General Smith, Nearby were Senator Chauncey M, Depew, Judge of the Court of Appeals Halght. John Seathord, Mr. ana Mrs, Analy Wilcox, Oeorge P. Sawyer, Doc' tors Mann, Park, Stockton, Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Sprague, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mllburn. secretary to the president, William Loeb, Jr., secretary to the deceased president, George B. Cortelyou. Dr. Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1901

THE BOWEN CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1901. Q1t jgotven fflfrttiuk. S. MoOOY . -' Publisher.' 0. MoOOY, Managing Editor. Published Evry Friday at iWEX' JI.VNCOCK COUNTY, 1I,L. hschu'tion: $1.00 nor vent, In hiItuiu'c, If not puld In advance ifl.liV When no tlnn W specified, advertisements mm Im'iil notices will lie published until ilercd discontinued. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1901. An Indig-nant People Wide-spread indignation, ready to Wreak out into violence upon the least provocation, is the present condition of the Ariierican people. The President's death has revived the flame of wrath wiich swept over the country with the irst news of the tragic event and, in all , hearts, the passions of sorrow, pity and wrath are struggling for ascendency. That a president of the United States has been slain by a fiendish murderer who, in all probability, was acting in bediance to the commands of a well rganized horde of public enemies is too shocking and menacing a fact not to arouse the st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1901

THE JBOWEN CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1901 1 MMMM 3arturo of trains at Qowen Departure of trains '. WAHAHIi KAtl.WAY UOI NdJl, pHsiiuur ufid mull Null, pussi'iijfur mid uxpruss. . IN N1 WENT. . II :5k am . I0:iih uiu . U :45 a in OOINO EAST. Nil. 4, pnsscstiKor .-nut irmll 0:0H it m N'J 2, nsNitiiKiiv ftnil oNyross r :5;i pin Ml "ii i',... J ..l.i 11 . lit . ,i. Nus. round Tl riirry ihimsciikiivs. hk. '1 mill ililnllv. Nils. I Mini ti!:i!lv oxi'tMlt Huniliiy. Nus. roiuid 71 rhiily o.-et Suinliiy. H. 51. Toon. Annnt. RAND-MENALLY OFFICIAL s "1 uMLYfltf WIT 25 CENTS 166 ADAMS ST.CHICAG0. WHEN YOU GET HUNGRY Remember the things to eat is at place to get good CLAYTON'S RESTUARANT Call aud see.fiur tibW Goods. The ever shown in the City. always ond hand. ine of Canned nicest line ' of Cookies Fre9h bread PlllCTAllW 'Next door to Marsh's City Drvg and Book Store E LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 'ST' Ttp"jatliu Items of Bowen auuuuuuuuuuuuiuiuuuuuuiUiiiiie Patronize our advertisers. Fresh Oyste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1901

J -At' I it t ' r, y t 5Nr PRESIDENT IS DEAD HE BOWS TO WILL OF GOD, Hit Last Conscioui Hour Spent With Wife ta Whom He Waa Devoted. SAD SCENES IN LAST HOURS. On Brink of Eeternity President Undertakes to Console His Be- . loved Helpmeet. "vT"!lh Buffalo; N. Y., Sept. 14. President McKlnley died at 2:15 a. m. He had been unconscious since 7:50 p. m. His last conscious hour on earth was spent with his wife, to whom he devoted a lifetime of ear. He died unattended by a minister of the gospel, but his last words were a humble submission to the will of God in whom he believed. He was reconciled to the cruel fate to which the assassin's bullet condemned him, and he faced death in the same spirit of calmness and poise which marked his long and honorable career. Last Conscious Words. The last conscious words, reduced to writing by Dr. Mann, who stood at the bedside when they were uttered, were as follows: "Good-bye all, good-bye. It is God's way. His will be done." Farewell Glance. - His r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1901

1 BOWfiN. : Y TT V 2 3 ft Bwen Cbrontcle M. S. McCOT, Publisher. : : iLLlNOia FLIGHT OS" FUNERAL TRAIN. Bells Toll and Thousands Uncover as Special Speeds On. , - . Washington, D. C. Sept. 18. Through Having line of bareheaded people, stretchln from Buffalo up over the Allegbanies, down Into the broad valley of the Susquehanna and on to tne mnrhie city on the banks of the shining Po tomac, the nation's martyred president today made his last Journey to the seat of the government over wnicn ne pre' sided for four and one-half years. .Xjontlnuous Crowd Views Train. The whole country seemed to have drained its population at the sides of the track over which the funeral train mountains and sparsely settled districts thickened at the little hamlets, and covered acres in the towns suddenly grown to nroDortions of respectable cities and larger cities. All Business Stopped. Work was suspended In field and mine a d city schools were dismissed, tind et rywhere appeared trappings and tokens of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 20 September 1901

"7" i. V ' T i ) V s (. Till? .Tiw . nTri?n;rrn p worn a v crDrrunrn L1 GREATEST FAIR ON EARTH. Intensive Preparations in Progress to Break Record. The premium lists of tho Illinois State Fair, to be held at Springfield, Spt. ISO to Oct 5, l'.lOl, is now being distributed through this and an adjoining states. The premiums aggregate SUV 000 and there are many changes and additions in the classifications to which, special attention of exhibitors is called. Visitors attending the fair will' be surprised at the improvement made since the hist fair. The great Coliseum is now in process of construction and will he completed in time for use before the opening day. The seating capacity of this building is about '4,000. The show ring is 175x225 feet, affording ample opportunity for eyery exhibitor und visitor to get a close view of the animals whilst on exhibition. When completed this building will be the only one of its kind on a fair grounds in America. The elevation of the building is in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 October 1901

I 1: M. S. McCOY, Publisher. DEVOTED TO LOCAL INTERESTS. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. VOLUME XI BOWEN, ILLINOIS FRIDAY OCTOBER II, 1901. NUMBER 37. I CO AIL m b F'VUl,"" l we will place on sale 175 yards of Manu facturer's Fall line of X The kind you pay $1,00 to $1.25 for regularly. Your choice, any pattern, per yard, 50 cents. Come only ui Waist Patterns. No two alike. See them in our window, Friday. AHHOUNCEMENT. We will have with us, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, a representative from the largest Ladies' Cloak house in the country, who will show a very extensive and complete line of wraps to which we extend a very cordial invitation to the ladies to be present and inspect the new styles. & XLO- IDE M. EI P sr37 SE3T1CDIRIE!jn JUUNOIS. CONTRACTORS BUILDER .Plans and specifications given Vork done at reasonable rates. Al ork guaranteed. Patronage solie ited. jesse MOQiiE, I Farmers Institute Programme -I'ltACTICA IV. w PUBLIC AUCTIONEER, BOW EN, ILL. Residence miles west of Bowcn, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 October 1901

IS SPREAD BY BOOKS SCHOOL EPIDEMICS CAUSED BY BY SECOND HAND BOOKS. Evidence That Cannot Be Disre garded Smallpox Epidemic in Kentucky. .Cincinnati Letter: How mnny thousand American school children are to be killed during the school year just opened? The word is chosen advisably, for the meaning is. that these young people will die of diphtheria, smallpox, scarlet fever, malaria, tuberculosis, etc., through neglect to take certain precautions that are now, happily, within the reach of every school board in 45 states, three territories, the District of Columbia, Alaska, Porto R'A co, the Philippines and (In so far as 'we may continue to be partly responsible) in the Pearl of the Antilles, Cuba Libre. In this imperial domain the one really priceless possession is the army of children whom we started for school the other day. ' "As I walk the village street, A satcheled lad I meet, With the same blue eyes and curly hair." As many another lad who went to first days of school this time ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 October 1901

1 V (Copyright, "1901, by Rockford, la, Correspondence Solicited. Trigg.) A good beefsteak costs CO cents a pound In Paris and god wine a cent a gallon. No wonder the nation Is petering out Where the writer lives a bushel of potatoes brings as much as a bushel of peaches, and not a peach raised within 200 miles. With pork at $7 per hundredweight and beans at $2.75 per bushel, the great national dish is getting out of reach of pooc people. Make a note of the fact that shredded corn fodder is Just as good for horses as it is for other kinds of stock. It has no heaves in it. Eighty-two per cent of the American housekeepers get along without any hired girl and the other 18 per cent wish that they could. In the work of growing all the small Irults it is of just as much importance to arrange beforehand for the market for the fruit as it is to grow It. . - California vlneyardsists who have an established wine trade with France will find it hard to meet the competition of French wines at a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 October 1901

THE BOWEN CHRONICLE, Fill PAY, OCTOUEK 11 , 1901 . gotten &1ronitlt. M.S. MoOOY Publisher, ft, 0, MoCOY, Managing Editor. PuWiahod Every Friday at WICX, HANCOCK COUNTY. ILL. B Si ui oi .iCiiii'TioN: fl.ll) pit your, in advance. Knol piild In iidvum'e. Sl.4". i. mi no.tlme Is speelnVd. ml vi rtlsonu'iits Ineiil notices will liu published until red discontinued. On l iff torrcspoiiuencc. I'HIUY, OCTOBER II, U01. A NEEDED REFORM 'I e assassination of President Mci nley which i universally niourneil a a nationnl bereavement, lias nt only amused public indignation and created, everywhere, a demand lor venjrenec against anarchy, but lias hail the efFert to open the eyes of a certain class of journalists to the critn inality of vilifying and misinterpreting tho nets of public representative.. There can be but little doubt that the slanderous publications against President MeKinley have done much to encourage anarchy and bring nhnut the horrible crimo of his assassination althou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 October 1901

THE BO WEN CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, OCTOUKTi 11, 1901. c ;n M. Ni r. parture of trains at Bowen WAIIAHII ilAIIAVAV (IOIMI 'HOT. i iiiiMsniiKiir and mull tl:M it m 1 jiisst'iiKU'iiicU'X)ri'!ts H:0S i, in .'!, frululil. 11:4.") u m H0INO HAST. I. pussi'iurcr mid until H:(W a ill .'. piissi'iiuur itiitl express .Vfwlpin II, frulitlil U:lil a iu N(in. 70 ami 71 curry iiiwwiigi'tu - 8 iinrt :tdnlly. Nns. I mill 4dnlly except ly. flios. iuniiu vi uitiiy exeupi. punuiiy II. M. Tonn, Atii nt. 05 ADAMS STXHICAGO. Ti'TTTTTTfTT7TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtnTTTrfTTTTTT'' 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 1 5 - Internstlno- Items of Bowen 3 and Vioimty.. auuuuuiuuiaiimi uiiimuiiUiiiiuuiic j 1'atronize our advertisers. Eggs 15c at Felgar's Grocery. Try us oil Hour. Felgar'B Grocery. Mrs. Louis Eells is iv street fait vis itor. J, C. Ilorron and wile are Quincy vis itors. Ono-half gallon glass jars at ("cigar's (irocery. Miss Mabel Dunlap is attending the street fair. Mrs. Jesse Moore is attending the street fair. John ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 October 1901

r at mmjmM BOWEN. : ; .', -ILLINOIS, THEY GALE HER .'FIEND OHIO WOMAN ACCUSED OF FOURTEEN MURDERS.- V Four Husbands, Five Children, a Sister and Four Members of Families 1 in Which She Was . Employed Thought to Have Been Put Out of ! the Way' by Her Investigation Now Under Way. Dayton, O., Oct. 9. Mrs. J. A. Witwer, a -widow residing here, was arrested by the police at the instigation of the coroner pending an investigation into serious charges. Mrs. Witn'cr tttA Tin It na nnv is siisnected of 14 murders, including four husbands, five children, a sister ana lour memuers ui different families in which she has been employed as housekeeper. The last of her supposed victims was her sister, Mrs. Anna Pugh, who died a week ago under mysterious circumstances. An autopsy, performed at the request of Mrs. Witwer's mother, is said to have disclosed the presence of arsenic and copperas in the stomach. It Is said the death of each of the alleged victims was sudden and all strangely alike. The p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 October 1901

Mm Si : !! f E!i Czolgosz haa detracted from the notoriety of Carrie Nation, and Carrie feels miserable. . But one candidate is running for president of Cuba. That chap seems to Jiave a dead sure thing of-it., .r. , :. ;,, '.. If Schley didn't bring the Colon to a period on May 31, he certainly reduced It to an interrogation point on July 3. Emma Goldman is at liberty again, Sut it is to be hoped it Is only temporary. She is too dangerous1 to permit to roam around at will. ji'iWhen a man tells you WffrwlH look Into the matter when you ask a favor, you can accept it as gospel that he -will dismiss it from his mind at once. , Most of the colleges throughout the country have begun the year's work, but this, of course, is merely incidental to the opening of the football sea-.son. The late steel strike cost the laboring men $25,000,000. This means that several women and children will know what it Is to be short in clothing and food. the South African struggle shows that military science ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 11 October 1901

r THE BOW EN CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1001 WE SELL THE BEST SOe Fleece Lined Underwear I ON EARTH. Come and See. THE PEOPLE OF Hancock and Mains Counties """Adjacent to Augustaf-! Ilnvc long since loarnccljthnt tlio host anil rsiiost l:u'o for tlicin to buy tlioir Clothing, is of vhiACi mm Men and Boys, AT THE RIGHT PRICE. K, Our nntv art hint Extension Sole Rope Stitcli Shoes at $'!.()() mill 8.'!..r)0 nro the kind that sell for n dollar mora jj! money in the citios. Whose reputation for giving the best values is known throughout this whole section of the country and if ever there was a time when we could save you money on your fall and winter outfit, it is now, as we have on our tables the most elegantly tailored line of Suits and Overcoats we have ever shown. We have Men's Suits ranging in price from - $5.00 to $20.00. Our line of Young Men's New Broad Shouldered Sock Suits from $10 lo $18, Arc the latest creations of the best tailors. Our line of Boys and Children's Suits ...

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