Sumner Press, August 16, 1900

Sumner Press

August 16, 1900

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Sumner Press, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1900, Sumner, Illinois tl.OO HEAR IF PAID IN ADVANCE. IUI A YEAR IF NOT PAID IN ADVANCE. uhf A BLUE MARK IN'TlUti I'LU t wilt l ONE on T. H. SEED, Publisher. SUMMER ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. Cm IB. 1900. VOL. XXV. NO. 35u SEPDBLICAH .TICKET. horPrcnldent NVIUUAM For Vice I'rculdeut THEO. UIKWEVKI.T RK'IIAKU Y W. A NORTHCOTT years ago in a speech nl DalliuwfCr Maryland. Henerul H. J. HAMI.IN Yor Un.ver.Kv Trugleea. (B. A. For CoQRrebf, Utth dlhl ..HOHAL'fc LL.AUIC For Uoard of EijualizHl'n H. C. FEBUIM AN For For Circuit Clark E. O. SIIICK For State's Attorney---- XvM-T6HlLL For Corone' DR. DrFRENCH Kor Surveyor C E. BITCHANAX "If we win this fight now refuim will begin at once; if we are defeated in this campaign there IB nothing before the peup'e but four years more of harder times and greater agitation, and then tbe victory will come. Oni opponents say they to restore confidence bnt the Republican parly cannot restoie prosperity in ill IB cuuuliy as long THE Republicans will open their cam- paign in tbis state September 1st, with meetings in ever) congresaionaldistriet iu the state. THE Populists are preparing to notify Bryan at Topeka, Kansas, nnm-_ ination by their party president. August 23 the day pet for the cer- emony; DEATH is BO respecter of persons. Great riches does uot prevent it. C. P. the r'rch died suddenly of heart disease Monday 'night at his summer home in the Adir- ondack mountains, New York. FOUB years ago Sryaa in bis notifi- cation speech mid that "nntil theailrer question is settled all other, are insignificant." The other dar at Indianapolis the silver question was left Mmifc. tte was certainly wrong in 1896 or 1900. iu his speech at IndianApolis said trusts were the logical result of our hateful tariff laws. How about the ice in NBW Vori City, in whact leading Democratic politioiaM of thai city hold stock? Doubling the price of ice aarely cannot be laid tarifl allied agreed that MarsbarVJuiiiil Vua that prosperity is doled out to as by foreigners, who profit by our distress. Business-men complain'that business "coTrditions-are bad; 1 warn them business condition? cannot be improved by following out the financial policy which has brought business to Its pres- ent con-litiou." I Is it not possible tbat a man who would be so mi taken in bis predictions about harder times coming might also be mistaken about imperialism being the paramount issue? his notification speechirt Indian- apolis, Wednesday of last week, W. J. against imperialism, said. that our republic is now to become 'a world power.' In tbe highest the Declaration of Independence-as it'o has bee a in all its past a world power. In the sense used by imperialists the expression is, one of terrible signifi- cance. It necessitates the methods and equipments of monarchies. It means the creation and rnaintainence by our republic of standing armies equal to those of tbe world powers of Enrope. At no less coat can we, hold place as a world power, study existing condttl in European nations, and know what all this uieajna to na., It means tax- ation to the to Be Veterka Clob. The death of b. K. Knox at Eureka Springs, Ark., Monday, caused some talk as to who were the Charier Mem- bers. The charter of Snmner Lodge was issue.) October 3rd. Ira W. Buck wac grand master and H. G. secretary. The names in order they appear in tht charter are: Wro. K. Hite, Banel Uiil, Skillman Judy, Joseph Evans, S. K. alnox, Hea ry Boon, Isaac Evans, James Irwin, John W. French, M. Wright. Wm. 8. Hue waa appointed the first master, Banel Hill senior warden, and Stilluian Judy junior war- den. Of the eleven charter members named bnt one, we are informed, is now Hill, a worthy resident of Lukin town. The early middles of the lodge are (oat, but we learn that Caleb Hoopes, John" Irwin, J. C. Judy and David Leiguty were also charter mem be re whose names are not on the char- tei. Of these all are alive except Jot Irwin. is desire ofmsuy of those who voted for gover- nor of Illinois Ho 1800 a Yates Veteran CluVObere "ill be a meeting held for that purpose at 1 00 o'clock p. in. Aug. 24, or Friday, the third dny.of tbe leuuion, in tbe county court room at Lawrenceville. Anywie who cannul in requested to (tend in his name for membership. By order of the Yatee committee. Attaatlon, A meeting will be held in tbe Mason- ic ball Friday eveniug. 24, 1900, for the purpose of organizing a Re- publican dob for the campaign. A cordial iociution is extended to all of Christy township and thoM wliocMii support tbe Itepub- lican principles in tbe coining eleciiun. J. I. WAOKER, Coramltteeman. Fenmaachlp In the At the beginning of thosecond week of the normal, at Sumuer, after the members of tbe class in penmanship had written specimens of tkeir best writing, they were informed tbat at the close of the term the specimens of the six making the greatest improvement during the term would be placed on exhibition in the conntr bopeiintend- cut's office. After a careful examination of tbe first and last specimens written, it was decided by tinpta. Hostel tier and >lc- Meen. nsaistexi dome by Cunnitigharu, Sprinkle and McCleave, that the great- est improvement had been madefcy the following, and in the order in which the names oecnr: Alva Moore, N. O. Catterton, W. J. Wiswall. Ninaie V. Watts, Mont Latlirop and Bessie Jones. Any one wishing to see what im- provement can lie made in writing in four weeks, by industrious stadeafai who are crowded with other pchoel work, abonld examine tbe prepared by the above named yousjg ladins and ftenllemen. It Cnnr. "i i ion ol i i o ,1 11 1 fcr- 1 ci well It j ill weli'fl '-yrnp PppRin. hold in 10r 50( and sizes. For sale by ail drng- Erama A. Racop was born December 17, 1870, at Cl.iremoni, Richlnnii roun- ty, III married to A'-v Parrotl March I1-' To tl-pir u ion were born two rhililrrn, irR and >p OIF" lie M. K -IK ipnof in- r waf, Innh IB !'or f lit' n mid ,'1 i- mil, four sin- ters, tun brothers nnil many to mourn her loan. Interment at Chato- John Burgart made a business trip to Olney Wednesday. Alex. Baird made a business trip to BrulgeporrMonday. Mrs. C. A. Finch went to lola Friday to visit Mrs. Delia of- Bridgeport, was visiting here 'Clarence Petty visited Noble friends from Thursday to Saturday. Tuell, of Wabash coauty, came Wcdnesitav on a vibit. Dick Manley, of Mt. Carmel, Mrs. Julia McClure Thureday. Combs visited Bridgeport ana" Tuesday. Reductions i that will do you good to investigate. S Shirt Waists. MissttarriettJampbell went to Keens burg Satdrcay IP visit telalives. of Miss Flu Combs over Sunday. J. H. Jones and daughter, Miss Eva, were in Lawrenceville yesterday. Kd C. Wilson, of Olney. visited Sum- mer friends Sunday and Monday. Miss Kate Clark went to Albion Mon- day to attend the teacher's institute. Mamie Scbrey, of Olney, is vis- iting Misses Cora and JennieSheridan. C. C. Boyer and wife, of stopped here Krtriay to visit relatives. Jacob Kronmiller returned Sunday from a visit with his daughter at Clay City. f e New Friday. J. M. Pratber, Claremont, waa Mrs. Redman, at >01ney Saturday Monday. Ohaa. jr., came Friday night from Indiana, on a short visit with his parents. Misfl Jennie of Kingfisher, Ok is visitiug -with her Uncle, David Sanders. Mies Emnta Koach, e Our Entire Line of Ladies' Shirt Waists. Regular price 50c Waists reduced to 35c it i. 75c f. u 50c 91.00 75c 1.50 91.00 2.00 1.50 W Pinsors, FIBS, Beits, Sickles, Bnitr Pins, SMrt Waist Sets, All-Ow Lues, Velnt Ribbons, Velnt RIUMS, Silk Mitts, LrtteMbbe. Vests ffi Wash m itomach ironble. Hend for Iflr, 50c, OT 91 bottle, U any ;