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Blackfoot Bingham County News (Newspaper) - May 6, 1903, Blackfoot, Idaho The Brunswick news. Volume 2, number 188. Cleveland refuses to talk of politics he Only smiles on he Boom sex president seems pleased with attentions that have been shown him. Steers Clear of politics in pleasant interview with a newspaper not say he is out of Public life. Princeton May pres ident Grover Cleveland reached his Home yesterday evening somewhat fatigued by his journey from st. Louis but highly pleased with the demonstrative Welcome accorded him in the West. After he had dined he received a reporter for the now York Lleraldi in the reception room of the comfortable old fashioned House in which he is Liv ing happily Here within a stones throw of the Princeton University Campus. In the course of the pleasant conversation which followed or. Cleve land was Given half a dozen opportunities to declare his attitude toward the presidential nomination of 19u4, but. He skilfully parried All questions bearing directly upon his own Polit ical future or that of his party. If ire regards himself As permanently out of the Field of available presidential candidates he studiously refrained from saying so or even from hinting that lie prefers the classic retirement of his Princeton Home to a re Entrance into the activities of Public life. If one might judge by the smile with which or. Cleveland greeted the reporter s Frank to / tit j., or vew Jersey Mack of Buffalo As fairly placing him in the Field As the Hope of the new democracy then it is fair inference that or. Cleveland regards himself to use the time worn phrase of politics As in the hands of his friends. Gratifying to him. Or. Cleveland spoke with sincere warmth of the magnitude of the st. Louis exposition that is to be and of the Hearty spontaneity of the ovation he received there last thursday. Everywhere he said 1 met with a cordial reception which of course could not to but Gratifying to a Man who had Long been out of Public life. As for the prospects of the exposition they seem to me most flattering. The enormous crowds that attended the detention ceremonies attest the great interest the West is taking in the Enterprise the buildings give every Promise of being completed in time and it is evident already that the affair is going to be an epoch marking one in the grandeur of its Conception and the magnitude of its scope a it was remarked by or. Cleveland that Here in the East democrats and republicans alike had been in the tremendous demonstration for him in st. Louis a hotbed As it is of he exploded doctrines of Bryan ism a political significance greater in its meaning than a Mere tribute to his personality As former president of the United states. You must have observed was said to him that such an ovation in mis Souri is now being interpreted As Mak ing you a formidable Factor in the next presidential Campaign. The Sage of Princeton smiled As if the suggestion wore not at All Dis pleasing to him but he was on his guard in a moment. Natural to americans. Of i attach Little significance to that he said. It is natural for americans to show their respect and approval in these demonstrative ways when they meet one who Lias held High official posts of Honor through their preferment. Of course it is pleasant and Gratifying to he the object of such a spontaneous Welcome. 1 1 next asked the former president if he had seen the Herald of today in which he was hailed As the party Leader As the Sun of the new Democrat by. For 1904. Yes said or. Cleveland with an other of his gracious smiles which seemed indicative of anything but Dis pleasure. Yes 1 read that while on the train today but surely you cannot expect me to discuss the flattering Tif Iati oat Friend partial enough to say about me. It will occur to Many Herald read ers i replied that when such prominent democrats As former senator Smith and Norman e. Mack come out and openly advocate the renomination of or. Cleveland next year As the one sensible thing for the party to and will occur to Many that this fairly places or. Cleveland in the Field for the nomination and the Public will naturally be interested to know what or. Cleveland says about it. Or. Cleveland laughed Good natured by but he raised his hand in a deprecating gesture As he said i am Happy Here. Of no i cannot consent to discuss politics nor can i now say anything about tile future of the democracy or the Outlook for 1904. I saw 7 or. Mack while in the West. He is a per Sonal Friend and naturally he entertains Friendly sentiments. Or. Cleveland the interviewer ventured it is generally understood that you Are very Happy in the quiet Little Home life of your retirement Here in Princeton and by some it is doubted whether you would care to surren Der these Joys of private life for a re turn into the whirl of policies even should the Call come for you to do so again or. Cleveland waived his hand deprecating by and he replied it is True that i am very Happy Here. Lie did not add however that anew summons to duty would find him unwilling to heed the Call. It would have been easy for him to have said that he is out of Public life forever but he neither said it nor hinted it. It was an interview significant rather from what or. Cleveland refrained front saying than for what he actually said. I tried to induce him to speak of or. Bryants efforts to continue to direct to party policies but to again warned to that i was trenching upon topics which he did not think it would he Wise or timely to discuss now. In convention. Rifai inti l Wii Uri Iris irl Tlle a number Fel Young women attending a teachers convention at Oklahoma City some time ago Learned a valuable session in Hygiene through a sister teacher who says about a year ago i had my first attack of poor health and it seemed a terrible thing to me for 1 had always been so Well and Strong. My stomach distressed me terribly it seemed like it was raw especially after breakfast and it would Burn and Hurt me so i could not rest. I was soon convinced that it was caused by Coffee drinking and at the request of a Friend 1 gave up Coffee and began to use Postum oof fee. Tie change in my condition was something marvelous. 1 had actually Given up teaching because doctors were unable to help my stomach trouble but since i quit Coffee and used Postum my troubles have disappeared and i have gone to teaching again. Some time ago i attended a Conven Tion at Oklahoma City and determined to have Postum at my boarding House where there were eight other teachers four of then suffering from Coffee sickness. My Landlady did not make the Postum right but i showed How and to found it delicious. We All drank it the rest of the time we were there and the Young ladies in question fell very much better and declared that their Heads were much cleared for study and their general health much improved. I have their names if you care for them. Names furnished by Postum cos., Battle Creek Mich. For biennial sessions. Representative Seaton to make fight for fewer sessions legislature. Atlanta ga., May shon.5 Hon. John m. Slaton representative from Fulton county this morning stated that he would introduce and urge the passage of a Iii calling for the Georgia legis lature to meet in biennial session. The Bill will be introduced at the summer session of the legislature. Black Burn author of a similar Bill three years ago speaking of the subject said other states have declared for biennial sessions for their Law making bodies and t see no Good reason Why Georgia should not do the same even if to have a tin Day session under the new order of things it would do a great saving to the state i shall certainly urge its passage. To collect Street tax. Officer Richardson has been detailed by the marshal to collect Street i2 lip will begin at once. This officer made a Good record on this line year Brunswick ga., wednesday y morning May 6, 1903. Company to expand Douglas hardware company to make some changes in their business. Will be Lee hardware co. To file application for amendment to original petition for number of improvements to be made in store i. In Tho course of a few Days an Amend men Twyfor a petition for incorporation will in these columns which will bark Tho mercantile and Industrial advancement of one of i lie Best known corporations in this oily. After Tho next session of the Superior court the Douglas hardware cos. Will have been a thing of the past and the Lee hardware company with in creased capital increased facilities and better equipment will take its place. To other words the Douglas hardware company proposes to re solve itself into the Lee hardware company and while paying Especial attention to the retail business in will engage extensively in the whole Sale traffic. Or. H. S. Lee the moving spirit in the Enterprise was seen by a news representative yesterday and when questioned on Tho subject lie said it. Was True that such petition would be filed and that the general scope and magnitude of the business would be greatly increased. Or. Lee is one of the most prominent citizens of Brunswick and. Indeed of Gwynn county. Since Bis residence Here. Al airy of baseball Tva never More prolific wig rumours and counter rumours tha Al Hie pres ent time and the interest in Pho National game increases with every Call of he Umpire to plat Ball. A geor Gia league is a nov being formed which will Pul our glorious slate in the fore most ranks of the e\.omm. Of Ball. Savannah. Griffin. Augusta. Valdosta Mcrae. Dublin. Macon. . Ath is. Cordelo and Albany have All signified their intention of coming to the front and producing earns which will make the National leagues shiver in their shoes. The Macon team will be an exceptionally Strong one and As there is plenty of capital hacking the movement they will have their pick of the Amateur players of the South. Brunswick should by All Means join this league and we sincerely Hope that our City will have a team in the Field will be open saturday. Chris. Arbeiter will have a hand some Market. Chris. Arn Limiter the old reliable Market Man who recently returned to tie City from Jacksonville is busily engaged in fixing up the Large Wright building Corner of Newcastle and Monk streets and be will lie ready to open Bis meat Market Satur Day morning next. Or. Arn Limiter has been in this bus iness too Long to need any introduction to the people of Brunswick. For Many years be conducted a meat mar Ket on Monk Street and Bis excellent vice then assures a Good Patron age in his new quarters. Or. Arn Limiter will probably have one of Tho handsomest markets m Tom City. He has purchased new and pretty Market fixtures which Are now be ing placed in position a Large Force of carpenters painters ing in work. As stated above he will be open for business saturday morning and will have a full line of of Tesla Staple Gro Ceries and All kinds of meats sausages and. In fact everything that the mar Ket affords. Or Arn Limiter Lias been conducting a first class Market in Jacksonville for tin past several months but he says to likes this Brunswick Atmos phere her people and will net lie satisfies in any other Eity. His family wlm have been with him have also re turned to the City 7. The news wishes or. Arn Limiter much Success in his business and cheerfully commends hint to Tho peo ple of Brunswick
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