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   Sumner Press, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1900, Sumner, Illinois                               IF PAID IX ADVAKOt I tf SOT CAID US ADVAHCK. (The A BLUE MARK IN THIrt will Indicate you arv In AKUKAIW OVM ONK 01. HulmrrlpUoa. T. H SEED. Pibtister SCltNER, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. HAY 24. 1900. VOL. XIV. NO. 28 ..Hoopas li Barnes... ONLY Next Saturday At THE 31 jHSMIStt Fuiilutm PwrSlK.1 senate aa a body, that it ia a re- lief 4u fiajuU to some signs of a moral awakeaiLg. Cleanliness is next to we therefore commend Ubois ID -Wr iefci in part to tbe failure of Senator Quay to succeed himself by tncky politks, after tbe eansylTaaiJi tecislatnre had refused atone lo re-elect him. It ia atop gratifying to observe the senators with their sleeves rolled op, ilt. d Store for PAINTS AND OILS. Please call and see us. We promise courteous treatment to all and Solicit your patronage. RUARK CO. T1CIET. for A. XOKTHCOTT ParSccRtUTarSUtv.....JAMK> A. ROSK ......O. WILLIASISIIX -.H.J. HAMIJN AI-KXANORR AIJtXA-NOKR McLKAX IS. A. ForCtuuerws. Itthdfat..-.HORACE CLARK A. M. FIXKHOI-SKK, of Fairtield. nominated for in tbe 3DUi con- AT the Republican concteraional con- vention for this district held at Mar- shal, Thursday, Horace Clark, of Mat- toon, was nominated to succeed Joe Crowley member ol congress. D. B Green, of Cumberland connly, was nominated for member of state board cf equalisation. T. A. Fritehey, of Ol- ney, andT J. Golden, of Marshal, were YAWS clubs are being organtaed; pretty rapidly. This is as it shwtM be. THE new Republican state ceatral committee met in Chicago Thwvday and organised by electing F. H. 80we, of Jacksonville, chairman, and Walter Ffeldhnnse. of Chicago, secretary. Tbe candidates are should be elected. and is rejoicing greatly over the relief ctf Mafekinp, a lorn u on the nurth- vesiem bonier ot the Transvaal, which has beseieed by the Bince the tnrvlfth of October, the sarraon ol men umlerCol. hav- inp thr Boers in rverr aattolK For foor months the iramson have being WE notice some of our esteemed Dem- acratic exchanges profess to think that in not nominating a from Cook county on their state ticket the Republicans made a mistake. The belief the Republicans showed judgment in not nominating any Coot; county taea. Had we done so. they wnatd almost rertainlv have been d on in the factional fight in Cook con ify. and would hare contrib- uted 10 keep the racket. In nom- inating ontsMe parties both Hancs-y and Carter men can support them with good grace. This many would not do THE Methodist general conference in session at Chicago. Tuesday ejected Rev. D. H, Mow, editor Advo- cate, of Cincinnati, and Rev. J, W. Hamilton, of Boston, aa bishops The confo-vru-v voted to change the laws of chorch in regard to members of conference, the word "lavmen" being cb as-! tt "SaT-member." P rider this a woman ruay become a lay delegate to coaferenrv. nil >n- C e" r se" err" f- roust make their mind, that the Democrats IT ill make aluirst all their fight on the With the nom- ination of Richard Yates tor governor all their hopes of electing the slate ticket vanished, but under the appor- tionment made by thera it will take ai least majority to eive the Repub- licans contr-il of the If thev can manatre way to alive the fen.i. control t' o e'ect a Democrat a npw compared with the as much as mr- mfce it the unsightly stains1 remaining firom that most unsavory mass of cor- heritage left by Clark, of Montana. I is notorious methods of bribery and fraud, executed in defiance of all our ideas of political honor, were on so colossal a crale Wanta Weather Goods. With the advent of Summer we are prepared to meet the demand for Warm Weather Goods as we have been be- fore. We pride ourselves in our selections of these lines M tf goods. lud disgust. Nor is-irc-encirely rid of for tbe man who eotild resort to such and on finding he ww losing tbe came, pet np before the een- with crocodile lean and tesign, and then before another sun let it be known that he had a re-appointment from the lieutenant-governor, is a man ho will not lightly be brushed aside. It is to be hoped that the senate will have the moral courage to purge itseli entirely of thin defiant enemy of pare politics. Uo one or two scandals to inxeetigate and aeUfe. Neither political part? ia inno- cent, and the people are getting ret? tired of exhibitions. Altbouefa conaerrative about making any radical change in the gorarameut, the peoahi are getting restive while this heap of iniquity ia growing. Had both Qoar and Clark been wated and the pcople'B will outraged, in all probabili- ty there wonM have been such a storm th aH b ______bgjbejdireet vote of the people would have swept away. The most encouraging development hoaHx-dy politic ia the gmwth ol tint "civic intelligent interest of cttuens in the attain ol goternuieui which is a necessity to tbe safety and permanence of a republic. Voters do more thinking, and senators and rep- resentatives as well as party bosses and party machines are finding out to. their cost that if they are recreant to their trust there will come a day of retribution. n of the recent senatorial house-cleaning, then, may ______ this development of the civic sense, or civic duty, among the voters them- selves; and through the mist of pes- simism that obscures our political vision to day, gleams this bright ray of hope for permanence of our repub- Ikan institutions. There was a time when the Democrat- ic party was of some consequence HI Xaiional politics. It stood for a def- nile policy, represented well-defined principles of goternment. Under thg ul JelfeiMiU, auJ' later of x ACUOI qjm p .innnq_jjiinity otriDQS. Organdies, Mulls, French G-inghams, Striped and Checked Plain and Fancy Linens, Crashes, Percales, Plain and Fancy Striped Taffeta Silks, Corded Wash Silks, All Over Laces and Embroideries, Braids, Buttons, Bindings, Linin Ribbons, Laces and Embroideries, We will appreciate the pleasure of showing you these goods, believing we can satisfy you in Style, Quality andJPrice. S ft Straw Goods. Men's Braided Straw Hats___25C, 50r, 75c, tl Boys' Braided Straw Hate............... ...16c, 20c, 25c, 40c, 50e tofi.SCT Men's Crash and Linen Hats........25c to 50c 3iea'8 and Boys' Malaga Hato-----IQc, ISc, 20c Plow Shoes. Men's Foil Stock Kip pair Men's Full Stock English Ties...... 1.25 Men's Fall Stock Creed mores....... 1.25 Men's Veal Creole and Creed mores.. 1.25 Creole and Creed- uores..................... 1.25 (fi Boys' Oil Grain and. Veal Creole Creed 1.00 :i Oxfords and Low Shoes. Ladies1 Black and Tan, plain and tipped.. ........75c, and Misses' Black and Tan, tipped. .75c. tl, and Tan, tipped. .50c. 75c, Oxfordu worth tl, and to 75c pair Men's Fine Shoes. Satin Calf Plain, French, Globe and Tip Opera Toe and Black and Tan Kid, French, Globe and Tip andTanTIci, FrenchTGIobe and Tip Opera Toe and Black and Tan Velonr Calf, Globe and Tip Opera -Toe and Satin Calf, Vici and Dog Skin Oxlords ____ and __Ladjesf Fine Shoes. Dongola, Lace and Button, plain and gl.OOtoSl.. Black and Tan Vici, Lace, tipped, 1.50 to 2.  a quantity in National calculation. In ite stead is establtsb the mongrel -amal- eamation of isms, in which Populism predomtrates. Tbe Oejno- cratic party ae a dtsunctive and inde- pendent organitatvin is of the past. Kven the ntle clouded aad the good- will a depreciated -sse' of no collateral value and withoat--laniliop in the coan% The leaven of that marked Deaiocracy'b first has, i J 'ly, sapped ne t but the hcisk of r nnei-. l' first tonde lined.. M I iprt "r, the I 'fielr WOOL. W> re among the largest shippeis of Southern Illinois. We are in a position to handle wool i better advantage than most dealers. Sumner is the best market in Southern Illinois. Bring your to Sumner; your wool to us. We give the handling of wool our pei. attention, and you will always get the highest Cash pi when you sell your wool to us. HOOPES r I u a u' k a u Y U i -J it -to tl ti mug force an-s ninmniified CT pies. P (hen incJa in th" inliofa mi r r? >r rav-y b alien' nra1 ui ti nings Br and the ami the acnmentt cept this c r te. i an I a v men and who are 3ittntmg themeelvea third, 1 filth parties, and demand- men t shall do that which 'cable and vicious. It must 1 ith the fire of socialism and tn. It shoald not dip ili dag i aasing for tbe sake of) pt of h t- f- f to "Jorsmp B-yan as, entirely represent-nve of their "emote Two .tionthc the tune set fnr the so-called Democratic National the Popnhets convene, and jy pnnrty of action offer for to Ihmnnre ilnminaQt partr. thrir of subservient the wan whom Pop- (u rlelitfht to honor. for ratiti cituin a of faith whicnicn hold tn which DeiatH-rals invc .ibhorreil as ber- or, To cunpielp the hnmilialion of-pri Ihis tmn in -rriuty they Attach or ac a tail et by their'tint' n'ol of Isnaiical a tdn DO. Fusion Pone ills, aa a v h Ie, i impprtiiip- s an iiidepena sat :sht to nominatu nlatfnriu ol firrn- -nvitp t e co-operation of it eler-enta, counts fnr -3 nndp1- 'hecircumsinnr-'S, 'ihlo sop' ism It nnnipnlaKHi for the purp forcing and bailitcr pmrty of the The object of ite action was to Jhe Denionao to arctpt .mo m- 'e theoni-s of eran t- ii'cl- if pnt .I'in 'al won i ipvc rnj ire i-n. ri'u 'i s reiwtade in silver, nli'-i i of 16 to I soluthvi CnmnM'icial Tnb-' nli't'- men iTh- i5 too uou' "MMiin Sup for. Oae-taH Pond Jipu Tn fr ll ......SflHyside 3-Pond Cans Frait C Yoo will find sis Rein. uvcilise; You will find that v. jn', t wc it in n l n y Martin Majir ia now before 
                            

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