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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 13 December 1901

mm 1 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. BOWEN, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1901. VOLUME XI. NUMBER 46. HE (BffllRISTMAS : SEASON IDAWNS Dawns with stronger trade possibilities than ever before. Stronger for this store because; the buying has been bigger, broader and better. Stronger, because this business is growing, and iVe are better fortified to fill your wants. Stronger Irani every point of view, style, com pleteness or stocks and worthiness 01 materials. A careful buyer looks first for quality then for price. Underwear Specials., Wo are showing an extra value in Men's Heavy Cotton Fleece Lined Garment at fiOc. A lighter weight at 25c. Women's Union Suits at otic to 82.00. Children's Union Suits 25c, 50c and 00c. Overcoats., Our Overcoat Stock was newr more complete. . Our Imitation Chin- . chilla at 85.00 is a beauty. ',. Others at $0.50, $8.00, $10.00, 813.50, 818.00 and 820.00, are the best money will buy. . Blankets.: Do you need 8 nice pair of Bed Blankets? If so, do not fail to visit u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 13 December 1901

M. S. McCOY, Publisher. BOWEN, X : I i ILLINOIS. r PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS. The Senate. Washington. Dec. 9.-Senator Lodge presented to the senate in sesssion the report of the committee on foreign relations recommending favorable action upon the Hay-Paunce-fote Isthmian canal treaty, and gave notice that he would ask the senaUUo go into executive session for the consideration of the treaty repea ting the request each day until the senate should act upon it Senator Hoar (Massachusetts) offered a resolution to apthorlze the president to enter Into negotiations with other civilized countries for the purpose of selecting some island or Ether suitable territory to which might be transported and confined persons instigating or counseling the destruction of all government, or those attempting the lives of chief magistrates; Referred to the committee on foreign relations. . Senator Hoar also introduced a bill giving the United States jurisdiction in cases of lynching and making the crime of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 13 December 1901

Jimiil&m iiiilliil iliiiiiiiiiiHi : m mm is; wt mwmmmJtlL 7k tame? mrnxm ni'lilfji!!!"!"""!!!"!!'!!""!! & I iiiii mm ;!;: i i! : !! v iniiii hi id i ! to til' til'.'A i H fil : : Terry McGovern can truthfully say stothe turkey: "Me, too." Ore shipments from Cleveland In Ocrihii. wdfA C AAA tnna tnnrA thnn In October, 1900. lit does not follow because a diamond Is of the first water that It has only been In soak once. Shipbuilding Is lively at the lake yards. Thirty-one steel vessels costing seven and a half million dollars, are in course of construction. As Mrs. Nation Is a frisky grass widow, susceptible bachelors must be careful what they say on the matrimonial subject. Portland, Oregon, though it has gone back some in manuafcturing, is still a busy port. Its grain , shipments for November will be the largest on record. Now York Is getting civilized. She has, developed so strong an opposition to the slaughter of live pigeons that the American handicap will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 13 December 1901

THE BOWEN CHRONICLE,. J'KID AY, DECEMXOEB 13, 1901', gift gowm l(iPimk. M. S. MoOOY Publisher, fi, 0. MoOOY, Managing Editor, Published Every Friday at BOWKN, HANCOCK COUNTY. ILL. Suiisckiption: Jl.no per your, In mlvimot'. If riot paid In ndviiiicHi. Jl.'i'i. Enteri'tl in tln l'ost Ollli'0 lit Itowini, 111., um tit'COIld elllSS llllltllM'. TELEPHONE NO. 6. Wlii'ii no time Is spi'i'llliMl, ndvcrl Isrii Is local iiotlws will In- piildlshod until ordered illsi'ontiinii'd. Ohltunry notlri-shalf loehl rates. FRIDAY, DECEMBER IS. W01. A REFORM PRESIDENT. If President Roosevelt persists in the policy he lms adopted! it may not make him popular with the professional politicians, hut it will certainly entitle him to the distinction of "The Reform President." He is certainly milking good his declaration that he would carry out the policy of President McKinley, as outlined in his last speech at the Buffalo Exposition in regard to impartial administration but he is doing it with a daring which...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 13 December 1901

Y THE BOWEN CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1901. 9 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTITTTTTTfTfTTTTfTTmnT I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 1 "' Interesting Items of Bowon 3 C VV and Vicinity ,. n iUUUUUUiAilUUUUUllUUUUUUUliUUt) Patronize our advertisers No laughing allowed 1 I ! I Baldwin Apples at Clayton's. Buy your Christmas Candies at Felgar's. .... J, S. Barker was the guest of Carthage friends Sunday. Watch our store lor Christmas goods Felgar's (irocery. Frank C.ibbs, of Coatsburg, was the guest of friends here Sunday. Please call and settle your account for HI01.-H. B. Nash & Son. V. L. Clark, of Denver, was a Satur day evening caller in this place. TUB Chuoniolk is 1.00 per year in advance; when not so paid 1.25. All accounts should be paid before January 1, 1U02.--JI. B. Nash & Son.' For Sain My Fairbanks Scale in front of Lumber Cilice. W. J. Carlin. Fresh Oysters received direct from Baltimore twice a week at Claytou's 2t T. C. Clayton was in Keokuk Monday, purchasi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 13 December 1901

DOCTORS RAISE DEAD WONDERFUL OPERATIONS TO PARISIAN HOSPITAL. Cheat Opened and Heart Massaged Betored Patient Palls After Living Again for an Hour. Paris letter: Can the dead be called back, If only for a brief time, In order to express those last words which were on the loved Hp's when they passed away? . Truly If this can be done It will be one of the greatest miracles of the new century. Such a feat has Just been accomplished In one of the hospitals here, of which I have authentic details from one of the surgeons who was present when the ghastly operation was performed. Sometime ago I wrote you of a wonderful Invention which had been applied to the many means already In use for the purpose of resuscitation. It was an Instrument which when applied to the auricular nerves started vibration In the brain leading to stimulation of the muscles and through them ultimate reaction of the entire system. That is a wonderful invention and by Its means several Important experi- , ments have b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 13 December 1901

MESSAGE TO CONGRESS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT DISCUSSES NATIONAL AFFAIRS. J- 1 1 4 DOCUMENT COMPREHENSIVE. He Favors Reciprocity, Development of Philippines, Larger Navy and Isthmian Canal. The following is a synopsis ot the principal portion of President Roosevelt's message to congress: To the Senato and House of KepresentaUvwa: The Congress assembles this yemr under the shadow ot a great calamity. On the sixth of September, President MoKlnley was shot by an anarchist while attending the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo, and died In that city on the fourteenth of that month. Of the last seven eleceted presidents, he Is the third who has been murdered, and the bare recital of this fact Is sufficient to Justify grave alarm among all loyal American citizens. Moreover, the circumstances of this, the third assassination of n American president, have a peculiarly sinister significance. Both President Llnnin and President Garfield were killed ty assassins of types unfortunately not uncommon I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 13 December 1901

THE BO WEN CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1901 To Our Boven Customers ! ! -S3)1 We have many things in stock that will be suipible for Xmas and wish to call your attention, to them. Special Values in Table Linen, Napkfns and Towels in all qualities. it Ladies' Beaver torm Collars worth $16,00 for .,...$13.50 Ladies' Nutria Storm Collars worth $9.00 for.... 7.00 Ladies' Stowe-Martin Storm Collars, worth $8.50 for.. $ 6.25 Mulls in all kinds of Furs, prices ranging from. ...... $7,50 to $ 8.00 Something that is very suitable for Ninas. "Service", This is the same glove we have been selling for some time, regular $1.25 glove for , $ 1.00 Every pair guaranteed. If you want something better try our LaForce Gloves. . ... New line just in, bought for the Holiday Trade Don't faill to see them. ...... Many of our Best Values in Jackets yet in Stock. We are going to close them out in the next few weeks, and if you want a garment don't fail to see us before vou buy. ' Large line of Smyrna and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 3 January 1902

ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. BOWEN, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, IS02. VOLUME XI. NUMBER 49. vfc NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL The I'leHldent is making a record for Independence and acting upon his own judgment in the must important mat ters. Even the members of his cabinet frequently get their first notice of his ' intentions from tho newspapers. This was t lie case in his selection of Mr. II. C. I'nyne to suemui Postmaster lienoral Smith; of Ids offer of the Treasury poitfolio to (inc. Oine, of Mass., who declined it, and of his tender of the ranie portfolio to Wov. Shaw, of Iowa, who accepted it, and has been with a '. score of other important appointments. Not for years haVe so few Senators and Representatives spent Christinas week in Washington, The hotels that get the heaviest Congressional patron age look deserted. The desire to spend Christmas id home hardly accounts for the exodus, as there was no reason why that desire should be more, general this year than in. other years. It is much more ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 3 January 1902

Cbe JBowen Chronicle. M. S. McCOY, Publisher. EOWEN. : : : : ILLINOIS r- HISTORIAN MACLAY DISCHARGED FROM THE BROOKLYN NAVY YARD Civil Service Commission Decides Thnt Maligner of Schley Has No Recourse Under the Merit LawHe WiL Contest His Dismissal. New York, Doc. 26. Edgar Stanton Maclay was summarily discharged today. Maclay went to the navy yard as usual prepared to resume his duties. Pay Director Putnam went to Maclay's desk, read him tho telegram of dismissal received from Washington yesterday, and told him he was dismissed. Maclay lof the yard immediately, but said he will return at the usual time tomorrow prepared to go to work. No Aid fro'm Commission. Washington, Dec. 26. The civil service commission today notified Edgar S. Maclay, the historian, recently employed In the Brooklyn navy yard, that his removal from the position at that point was not in violation of the civil service act. This notification was contained in the letter written to Maclay by President Proctor of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 3 January 1902

THE BO WEN CIIEONICLE, FIMDAY, JANUARY 3, 1902. .M. S. MoOOY - - Publisher. j Publillied Every Friday at BOWKN, HANCOCK COUNTY, ILL. HuuscttiikrioN': 5:1.110 per year, In advance, I f not imi'd hi advance, S4.:,Vi, En I c ml in Ihu I'osl Ofllce ul Jlowoii, I second clilssnattcr. Tlio New York Univorsily has iniiuguriitml a now fad by conferring the honorary derive of nmsler of law on u bunch of women, among them Miss Helen Gould, -' The Senate occasionally does a quick job like its ratification of the new llay-l'aunceforto treaty just to accentuate the fact that its ordinary slowness is intentional. TELEPHONE NO. 6. When nollini' Is siecllh-d, advertisements und local notices will lip published until ordered discontinued, obituary notlceshnlf llll'lll I'llll'S, FRIDAY, JANUARY ;5, 1!)02. Postmaster General Corrects a Mistake. ' A few (lays ago inforniation was suit out by a junvr-ae.r bureau that a recent ruling bad been made by the nost ollice authorities, that newspapers could not...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 3 January 1902

SHIONS OF O-0AY Paris letter: It is in the elegance ol their detail that the latest gowns designed for ceremonious occasions excel. Ornamentation plays such an Important role on cloth gowns. The severely plain tailor made gown In really conspicuous by its absence this season. Applique trimming is the ornamentation par excellence. What an inclusive term applique ornamentation has Erown to be of late. Appliques of cut lur and cut velvet are used either -in the form of motifs or in deep rich borders. Cretonne appliques have known the hey-dey of popularity and have been supplanted in a great measure by taffeta appliques. With the taffeta appliques the designers work up color or schemes of rare beauty and of daring combination of tints. These are often darned with tiny tinsel threads or are hedged around with chenille, all of which enriches the effect ten-fold Velvet roses with the outer loaves appliqued flat and the inner leaves standing in high relief Is another very effective ornament...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 3 January 1902

tMic -sir w (Copyright, 1901, by J. S. Trigg.) Itockford, Iowa. Correspondence Solldted. Of 0,01)0 varieties of flowers only 420 poasuss an agiveablo perfume. It's About the same way with men. With barbed wire nt the price It Is no man can afford to keep his boy or girl out of sen oo 1 to herd the cattle. ' Tho man who works on a fixed salary la not very enthiwlastlu over tho Increased prices of all living comniodl-tiaa. ; What la needed In all the west and northwest Is an applo as good as the Wealthy, which will keep .two months longer. dien, all girls, arid that there was a j ler dlscourag ements between the spar- pivtty good tiling In sight for the boy wno wouw snow up with the llrst grand son. We know a widow dependent upon her own exertions for a living who has uin iHU-i pfttBuu rumt'U imu BUM worth of Fluff from her garden, wbjch Is confined to the area of a small town lot, and she did this much easier and far more pleasantly than hart she done lioust cleaning for hor neighbor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 3 January 1902

THE BO WEN CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1902. Departuro of trains at Bowen WAIIAKH ItAll.WAY No. II. passenger and mail No. I. piisscniici-and express. No. 71, fniiglit. ' OOINO RAST. No. 4. passenger urn! njsill... No. passenger aiitl express No. ;, freight. Nos. 70 and -71 carry passengers. Nos. 2 and ildally. Nos. 1 and 4dally e-icept Sunday. Nos. TOand 71 daily except Sunday. II. M. Tom), Agent. OOINO WKST, . (I:. Ml a in . M:0S p m .11:45 a in ,.l!:0S a in . ,5: 511 p in . .U:UI u in RAND-MENALLY MtrV fl l6S ADAMS STXHICAGQ. a TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTITTnTTTT TTTTTTTT rTT? TiTT LOCAL -o- j Interesting Items of Bowen 4 and Virinitr n h J auiiuuuuuuuuimuiuumiiUiiuiiiiut) Sii,'ar 18 at Fulmars. Kggs 25 cents ut Eells'. J'atronize our advertisers. .'uts and popcorn at .Velgars'. Sugar 18 pounds for $1.1)0 at Felgars'. Miss Kdith Robertson was a Carthage caller, Tuesday. John Kennedy was a Quiney business visitor Monday. Fresli Oysters, Celery and Comb Honey at Fells' Grocery. V: A....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 3 January 1902

1 REFORM IN NEW YORK MOVEMENT WELL ON IT3 WAY IN METROPOLIS. Tammany Machine Closely Watching Progress Made by New City Government. New York letter: The reform movement hvrd la now well on Its way. Tho energetic campaign and hard-earned victory of the fusion forces seem to have caused the candle of virtue to shine more brightly with each suc ceedlng day, until now its rays have penetrated and are felt even In the strongest of the Tammany strongholds, An infant yot, truly thz possibilities of lasting benefit from the incoming administration are great, even though It does not wield the governing sceptre until the New Year. But Tammany leaders aver that the tighter the "virtue band," the tighter will It be for the opposing forces far off in the dim light of 1903. For Tammany is wise. One shower does not mean a deluge, nor docs one defeat mean annihilation. Already have its leaders closed the pages on the past, and started to labor for the future. And In no way can the massive proportio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 3 January 1902

r THE KOWKN CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1902 Furniture! Furnitures What could be nicer than a nice piece of FOR Are have made more preparations in this line than usual. A Nice R6cker, Center Table or even a Chiffonier, Coucq, Sideboard, Extension Table, or Iron Bed Would please anyone. Call and see us and get something useful and durable as well , as ornaTTjental.We have some real bargains in Second Hand Wood and Coal Cook Stoves. , H. B. NASH & SON. You're Safe at 1 X ft. 1 J 'A V v s w 7 r IlaiilT 'N Purity, Cleanli- Mrs IN EVERY WAY!! i us U? and Measures, ( ourte- ! ous Attention in all ness, In Freshness W : 1 1 mm s vi'1iii,m n T Vl (111 JL V'vr.'.. . . - ,S "Way. Come in and see our new line of2r vf; STAPLE So FANCY GOODS, OF GLASS, QUEENSWARE AND CHINA, CATARRH CAN BE CURED. '.,(,,,. .'I, iu ii kindred ililllll'llt of consumption, long considered incura ble; niut yet tliero is one lvimmy uhii will positively cure catarrh in any of its stages. For many years thi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 3 January 1902

1 ; v 7r . ROOSEVELT'S MESSAGE. Sis Second Annual Communication to Congress. HIS VIEWS ON THE TRUSTS AND TARIFF 1 , Lowering or Import Duties Would Not Remedy KvlU of Monopoly-Labor Union and the Corporatlom Muuy Recommendation. To the Senate and Houa of Representatives: We still continue In a period of unbounded prosperity. This prosperity la rot the creature of law, but undoubtedly the IflWa under which we work have been Instrumental In creating the conditions which macfe It possible, and by unwise leg islation it wotua be easy enougn to ueauuj it. There will undoubtedly be periods of depression. The wave will recede; but the tide will advance. This nation is sated on a continent Hanked by two great oceans It Is composed of men the descendants of pioneers, or In a sense, pioneers themselves j of men winnowed out from among the nations of the ojd world by the energy, boldness, and love of adventure found In their own eager hearts. Such a nation, so placed, will surely wrest suqcess...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 3 January 1902

fCorrespdndcnco. HERB AND THERE. eraPvv Mrs. Wm. Sutherland spent Thank sgiving afternoon with Mrs. Vermillion. Eraele Goeffrey wife and daughter, Mollie Thompson and Tillie Crum visited Saturday night with Wm. Howard and wife. A. B. Williams and wife spent Sunday last with George lJowell and family Mrs. l'earl Alexander spent a part o f last week with her brother, J ohu Y oun g and wife. Misses Eddie and Grace Graham vis. ited Sunday with Miss Ollie Strick ler, , of Big A'eck. Mrs. Mira Miller and Mrs. Mary J. Willard spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Jane Wiltard. John Tull, who is attending school In Quincy, spentThauksgiving with home folks. i Mrs. Frank Gorby and daughter, An nie, visited Wednesday with Sant Gr a- . bam and.family. Clarence Carlin spent last Saturday night andlSunday with his uncle, Billy Hartinan and family, at Loraiue. Miss Mary Vermillion will lead the Braver meeting next Sunday night at Antioch. Joe Groves and family spent Satur dav with Wib Strickler and family...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 3 January 1902

7 ( THE WEN CHRONICLE. W, R. N1CWXANO, IMil.IlNlicr. I50WKN, I ILLINOIS. New York and Chicago have de clared that the parlor mutch must go. Heretofore you have had to scratch six or seven times to make 'em go. It is surprising that it has necurred to nobody but Prof. Lorenz that the way to put a dislocated hip in Its socket is simply to put it in its sock- ( et and see that it stays there. A thirty-ton granite monument of plain design has been erected oveT the grave of John Sherman in the Mans field (Ohio) cemetery. The only inscription is "John Sherman" cut on , the massive block. The women of Europe and Asia, as well as the women of the United States, are to be invited to aid in the great World's faSr work. With the women of both hemispheres interested, its timocess would be assured. Cool maimers breathe coal dust until It gives ithem consumption, and city peopile breathe coal smoke until it gives them all -sorts of nasal disorders. There is only one thing to do with .ooul, and th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bowen Chronicle — 3 January 1902

r RAND-MENALLY OFFICIAL oii rrNT4 166 ADAMS ST.CHICAGO. j3H Departure of trains at Bowen No. :i, pussenirer ami mail .... No. I, passenger and express. No. 71, frolKlit HOINU EAlT. No. 4, passenger and mall... No. 2. passenger and express K.i in ri-iarhi gNos. 70 and 71 carry passengers Nos 3and:idally. Nos. 1 nmHdallyoxcepl Bunday. Nos.rOaud 71 daily except Sunday. 11. M. Toiio, Agent. ll-.MI a ni . .I0:0N urn ...ll:4fa in ... :ftf a m ....rufvt p m ....U:lii a m I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 1 c J o 5 I O Interesting1 Items of Bowen 3 C VLV and Vicinity Patronize our advertisers. Buy your Hour at Felgar's. Poultry wanted at Felgars. Sour and Sweet Pickles at Felgar's. Dr. II. V. Hurt, dontibt, over Farmers nank. 2IHf "" Fancy Sorghum and Breakfast Bacon at Felgar's. Philip Nelson Bowen 111. Contractor and Builder. If ( !eo, W. Nash made a business trip to Quincy Tuesday. Attend the spellin skule at the Opera House Friday night. Wanted. Dead Horses, Inquire of Sam Whiti'ord, Bowen. 1-tf Al...

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