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Sumner Press, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1902, Sumner, Illinois A YEAR IP PAJD IN ADVANCE. M.25A.YKAR IK NOT 1'AIU IN ADVANCE. I A BLUK HARK IN THIS rL.M'K will Imllrvte you In OVKK ONK YKAK on mitvcrtpllou. tt. H. SEEP, Pnblisher. SUMNER, THURSDAY. MARCH So. VOL. XXVII. NO. 16. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Representative in Leaisluliue, P. W. BARNES. For Judge, E. S. KlNUSbl'KY. for Clerk, J. 0. SMITH. For Sheriff, J. UIGUSMITH. For Treasurer, Fdr- Superintendent-, A. P. SPENCER. CAPT. C. KKNDALI. is a candidali for the legislature county The'Captuin ia a- inan'ii TUB national G. A. K encampineii will be held Oct. t> to 14 al Wn8hiiiglni D C. have madearouiu trip of one cent per mile, good un til Oct. 14, or, ou deposit of reluin con pun, to-Xxiv. 3. GES. D- S. Stanley, one ol the few re maining Major Ueneials of the Union army, died at Washington Thursday aged .seven I y-tlnee yeatr. The greale of his was in the Army the Cumbeiinud and in THOSE Uepu'ulu-anr- who oppose teci procil) with Cuba, nlleifinpneeded pro lection to pugar pluntets, may find tha lln-y have jumpiii'i out uf thefi vingpat iiiu. Ibfliie, sQOiild they succeed in de "Testing ifciptocity as (he next rnuvi be annexation. Tin rftainly is Cuba's debtmatinn. It i mi'i.i'ly arqiieslion of tiuie.unlil annexa tiou ia a reality. 'I n K PUESS hopes that tbe Uepubli cans of Chiialj, aud also Petty T will realize i be importance ofgoinur the polls at the coming election Tnes day. April 1st, and uaiujj their best el foiiE to elect their town tickets. Whil their has wa.v shown b> Uopublicans in both towns, then 'should be a united rflVirt lo show rhi> time that Ue'pnblicans can- aud wil pull together. AT the Uepablican primary in Hieli land county Saturday W. was noininrtied for county judge, U K Kiugkade county praiit Alcoru sheriff, Bentiy, supeiintendent "o scboolfi. H. C. Falconer, ot Noble, re 'ceived the instiuctious for the legieln tore, beating J. D. Fahe, ofOlney, an avowed Hopkins man, two hundrcr votes. Falconer in unpledged. Foi delegates to tbe state convention one K. M. iVlcCaoley, ia for Hopkins, three H. 0. and Col. Phillips, Olney, and A. W. Fiitchey, are for Ma- son. -r Jons PETER ALTGELD, the noted ex- died Thursday from a paralytic stroke at Joliet. He was stricken just at the close of a speech in favor of the Boers. Iniellec- tually, he stood very high, Unfurl nately his views were nearly always at extremes. At oue time, among the Democracy, he was almost worshipped, but laterally his influence baa .declined greatly. One of tbe chief lessons we can learn career is what even a poor boy, without money or friends rnn do if be has the will power and the pift of stick-to-it-iveness. Republican Senatorial Convention. At a meeting of tbe Republican Sen.a torial Ooinruittee for the' 48th District of Illinois, held at Carmi, Feb. 19, 1902, it was resolved to bold a convention foi the nomination of a candidate foi Minority Representative at Mount Carmel, Tuesday, Apiil 22d, al 3 p. m.; that the ratio of representation be one delegate for each 300 voter, arid one for fraction over 150 vutefl, cast foi McKinley in 1009; that all delegates lo said convention be selected by either primary election, or as directed by county convention. Therefore, in ac- conlaflce with said lesolotions, a con jgutlon called aceemble at M.obot Carrat-1 on the date and at th hodr The number of delegates to which the counties will br entitled are as follows: Crawfo'd, 2801 votes; 8 delegates. Lawrence, 19til voles; 7 delegates. Wabash, votes; 4 delegated. votes; 9 delegates. 1577 votes; 5 delegates. Gallatin, 1432 votes; 5 delegates. Hardlb, 753 3 delegntes. By ordrr mmitlee. 0. HARPER, t-fv'v Pro Tern. For all pulmonary troubles BallardV Horehound Syrnp, taken in the early Rtapes, proves B certain and sore npe- It is equally pffecMve in rroiip nnrl whooping cough, and if .used in poason prevents the further rlevelnp- rnpnt of ronsnmption. Price apil rents. J. T. Mathia. Proceed I of Board of HTATK OF ll.l.INOW, (_ LAWBKNCEC i Pursuant to adjournment the Board of Supervisors of 'Lawrence county, Ill- inois, met at tbe court honse In Law- rencevilleon Tuesday, tEe llth day of March, 1A. D 1902. The following members were piesent, to-wit: J A. BttnBon, chairman; Anton Labr, F, Barcroft, A. Conie. W. H. Dale, John' A'lidomnn M W P..rrV) t i aud W, A. Hutchiusou. The following officers present: G. W. Hill, cleric, and William Pettyjohn, sheriff. Whereupon the board was regularly opened by due proclamation qf said sheriff, according to law, and proceed-1" ings were had kTbe minutes of the previous meeting were read, and, on million, approved Tbe lor keeping the poor farm for the ensuing jeai were opened. On motion it is ordered that all bids be rejected and ll'e pi ice to be paid be fixed at seven tptn cents per day for each inmate ol said poor iann, aud that the board choose by ballot- the nppli- rante, a keeper of said poor farm for the .ensuing year. Whereupon, the board voted by ballot upon said applicaiiona, upon the tirst ball'if Tljos. I. Dick- ircon received and Georgn. Claycofiib received three votes. Oil mo- tion it is thereupon otdeiwl thai cim- iract for keeping said poor lor one year, "bogu.imig this day, be and tbe same 18 bcieuv uwarded to said 1 hoiiiHb 1 Dickirbon, and that he file his bond and enter nport his rinties at once. On motion it is ordered that the tluim of T H. Cunningham for refund- ing tax oa land nuirliased at lax hiile niuier enoneoiK ileacripiion be referred to the States Attoiney foi legal opinion. Ou'notion it id ordered Hint the prop onliiou uf Clyde Knee to transcribe In- dex to Moilgagu Rec'Jida Jje refened to I'Oinmiltee. on stationery. .On niolion it is orderel] that J. A. Pi'ovme, K.r Dale ..and A. @onii; be iiD-1 they me appointed as a committee lo erect suitable- bannisters on north >leps uf dourt house. On niolion it is ordered that the Maieq A4torney pioceed to collect bal- HMI e jiiH county from N. M Tobill, ux l. ouis, ttlicie lie luid in a large Bt'irk uf goods fur Hie Put and Mix A P. Spfnn-r ol r-in'> illi-1, cnin- fRlnrtliiy lo vimi. mid foi tin- ('.'ifrrHiii lii look Blicr Inn pn- Inic il inu n-fltH. .Umn Ella Mnv ictllilml hoine M >n- VelveU'eus, Konlunls. pluui iiml faui-y Diinily, Imli.i CarDCtS. Lriaoiis. Bor e i a n K ;i n s. i L.iwns, Fiotich LIUVIIM. Nniiit-ook. S i s s tic San Chiffons, Mpitrrixi'd Xypln'r. yjphor iVn'alcs. Toile de Sord, Oil Cirviiiidino C br.ijs, M'ool and Satin Patterns. Trimmings. 50 i-hnit-v to from. i Inuu ami 10 to 'J5 WHS. Floor Oil eiotlis (i.i. s I. i ami j'l.OOto'sN.OoJ.1 Winilow Shailos. Curlains, ruriain PoVs HIM! Fi.vturo8. Table Covers and lions, all the New Shades in plain ami fancy Satin and TanVtns. Cambric and- Swiss Km. broideripB. Allover mid KniltroiderioH, Fine ont-iennoH and Torchon Lacc.s. Ribbons, Trimming Bnttons. 2 "5 Shoes. Shoes. Hats. m LADIES' AS D MISSliS. Indies' Fine Shoes, Oxfoixls. Strap StindalB and Slippers, Misses and Children's Fiuv' .Shoes, Oxfordd HIK! Suudals in and colors. We have the Shoe. Stock iii Lawrence County, i MEN'S HOYS' .-UK) Mnliuin Pricr in t-iulk-.sH vnrity. Boys' Fine Shoes in Viei Satia Calf and Box Cull. "Lirtie Men's" Fine Shoes iu Viei and Soft Sole Shoes for the little All the, New Shades ShupuB in Men's and Alpine, Fedora, Crush ami Derby. ;Silk Umbrellas, Parasols, Fans. Gents Neckweai, Spring aud Summer Weight I Underwear for Ladies and i Gentlemen. m Easier is Coming Early. Make Your Selection. Early. We extend a Cordial Invitation to aJl to call and seeouf New Goods. T. R HOOPES. day after a visit of three months with her sister, Mrs. at Cold water, Mich. Mrs. Clint Sl.ick and children aud Miss Belle Snick went lo East Si. touia they will reside, Mr. S. having n panuanout situation there. Misses Kniniii and Malm! Bairl and Blsie Pep pie vveiit tn Vincennes Thurs- cUy to nievt their conain, Mian Mabel Hite, an actress ia pUyiug therv Dan Hnghec came iif1 front Dfjler, Mo., one day last week lo biinp his mother, Unithea, who haa been vieitinit al Deiler and Oklahoma City. Mrs Marion Snick aud granddaofth- ter, Miaa Stella, of Berryville, wnt to Viucennea TbnrBvlay. to vialt Mrs. K.'a daughter. Mrs. Lon: T-. Kpworth To tie given on Tnetday evening, Apr. 1, (t M. E. church. INTRODlfcTION TO WILLIAM BRYANT Quotations from Bryani'i ..................Mem bora. .Biography... Miu Mollla Landia Solo, "Hweet Dreamfand Miaa Alma R-citatlon ..........C. M. Petty. Reading ___ Prof. M. I.. Kaaaler. Violin duet, "Thn Record .........MiM Joy Scott, Mra. ..............Miaa W-H. WOTALL4BMO It's true they did not use our groceries, but that was because they were unfortunate enough to have lived before we began business. But they g- the best to be had, and that's what you should do. If you "use, the best it goes without saying that you use ours. We have ONE KIND W. H. WESTALL 4 BRO. Bring us your Produce. rity inrirclml hM frown up in Snmner a Fron> the Olnpy Opnhhrtn tint should be mopped by the that'snpf. Knwn n n Mlxnl Melhodist llyranal, -lay haa ih.i n-w No Mi-8 MrP.Qi6MI. lhl" m.nr, N. ,rontMB WMlall and W.gner. t, rl.t of w. L Mac _.. of ;yi-m Die M lfn'Mnn hue plonty nf lie in i-t iliprc-liiil "in inrlo on our Kiri'iOH. Surli pinilii III (III- I I I A fry I" aoMii-linily-nnli-M tii'-f tine. -I Raiiilii-'l to rlnmrnl run." for each nll.-ii-r. n. prrunt rrerl n I h- ,p I VP nwd no rnptiri for
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