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April 28, 1905     The Sun Newspaper
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April 28, 1905

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Plain Organdies, Swisses, Persian Lawns and other dainty Fabrics. Dotted Silk Mulls in Pink, Light Blue, ran, Green, Black and White, per yard 35c Dotted Swisses in small and medium dots, also small figures, per yard 20c and 25c Good quality India Lin- en,28 inches wide, per yard 5C LEES AND [MBROIDERJES :suitable for trimming, in endless varzety. Good Values in Table Linen. Fine imported bleach- ed Table Linen, pretty patterns, 57 inches wide, worth 75 cents, per yard; 50C Lace Gudain Bargains Pretty Lace Curtains 8[ yards long, 5 feeT. wide, per pr $1.50 BUTT[IIIIK PfiTTE00NI. Reduced to No Higher. I I II --Mrrs. A. C. Brefeld and Mesdames act operetta by local talent at Trenton --Mrs. V. IL Jenkins has been the See and Trenz spent Monday at St. ---'---.'- ............................. '--.-....-- -.- . I]INZEL MERI. GO. Turner Hall next Vednesday evening. --Excawtions are being made for laying the foundation oI the school house of the erman Evangelical 'hurch. --Next Sunday's attraction at the Welz Alleys will be a Bowling Con- lest from 1 to 8 o'clock P M. Various )rizes fiom 50c to $800, amounting to $25.00 will be awarded. --If you want to witness a pleasing play by local talent containing many interesting features, attend Snow- White at the Treutou Turner Hall next Wednesday evening. --Engineer Charle, Coppan, on freight train No. 98, was killed in a I wreck which occurred near Casey- rills at eight oclock Tuesday night l by his engine toppling over, owing to a washout --Henry Kaafmann and Gee. W. Dittmer were elected delegates to the County convention at Carlyle to rep- resent Trenton Local Union No- I, American Society of Equity, or Farmers Union --Remember that Wednesday eve- ning May 3, Snow White, a 4 act Operelta, will be iven by the music class of Miss Nellie L. Wolf at Turner Hall. Show by your attendance that you appreciate the eff-rts of home talent. --There has been a great deal of complaint of shrubbery being torn up, flowers' vaes and glasses taken from graves at Cemetery, The Ladies are to have signs put ap warning persons from such conduct, and if caught at mch work will be prosecuted. --Louis Liebler moved his house old goods to New Baden Saturday, where they were loded In cars and shipped to Mt. Vernon, near place he and his family will make their future home, and where their numerous friends here and in the vi- cinity wish them well. --A party of young folks chaperoed by Mrr. F. M. Aldridge visited the South Mine last Ertday evening. Several of the party had never been in the mine before. Miss Stella Hin- derer was very much surprised when she returned to town and found her face so black. A jolly time reported by all. --The Ginzel Mercantile Co. had a rather novel display in one of heir south show windows over Easter. It was a low live rabbts, also several setting hens with chicks, and an in- cubator or as it is sometimes styled Wooden len at work. It was fun to watch the chicks hatch and begin to flap their wings and move about. It attraetad a lot of people. --At 8 oclock P.M. Tuesday the south tank of the Grafemann Dairy Co.'s Milk Condensery plant sudden- ly collapsed. A small building near the tank was demolished and the large volume of water that was sud- denly precipitated to the ground fl)ded the streets in that part of the city. Luckily no one was hurt but it would be prudent in order to avoid such accidents in the future that the remaining tank still standing be in- spected at once. --We are sorry to hear of the death of Miss Klttle Mulhern of Newton, Iowa, a relative of our fellow citizen A. Dunning. Miss Mulhern reached the ae of 34 years, was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mulhern and was born north of Trenton. She was a successful teacher, and lady o! various accomplishments. She was gifted with the genius of poetry and indulg- ed in writing verses far special oc- casions. Several of her poems ap- peared in this paper some years ago. We understand her poems re to be Collected and published in book form. guest of Collinsville relatives the past week. Wilmer Chance of Salem was the guest of Ml.s IAzene L. Glanzner Easter. --Henry Ketterer of Bellev|lle was here Sunday greeting relatives and friends. --J. W. Lehmann of Indianapolis1 Ind. wa. entertained by A. B. Ham- / 1 mel Mouday. 1 --Gee. Kuhn and wife of St. Louis / were gllests ()if Trenton relatives a few / days this week. --Jacob Bran,, one ot our veteran shoe makers made a business trip to St. Louis Monday. Dr. lterold of Mascoutah attd A. J. Lo,)s of Sedalia, Me. called on Dr. ] '1 '. Oaffnec Monday. --Mark Moss and family have re- turned from Tennessee whare they were visiting relatives. --Jno. Beckert and wife of St. Louis I were Sunday visitors at Mrs. lleckerts father, John Riemann. --Cha.. Sehnyderjr. and family of Belleville were entertained at Thee. Cbatillons over Sunday. --E. J. Schraederof Breese atten ed the Easter ball Monday evening with Miss Amanda Glanzner. --Mrs. C. Dallas and children re- turned from a weeks visit with Vin- cennes relatives Sunday. Look at Carr's show window soap display. All soaps therein sold at Just Half Price for a short time only. --W. R. Steffens, who is now locat- ed at Freeburg as dentist, paid his mother and other relatives a visit over Easter. --Messrs. Will Dustmanu and Roy Trafton of St Louis were the guests of Misses Ions Wittig and Martha Glanzner Sunday. --Fred Moore and Miss Margaret Strohm, Sidney Evans and Miss Sibyl Strohm of East St. Louis spent Sun- day here with George Hartley. --Mayor Peon, Jac Henss and Jas. Wilson were at St. Louis Monday. They came back with an automobile, which was purchased by Jas. Wilson. --John J. Baehmann and family and John Baehmann of New Baden, accompanied by his father In law George Prante of Quincy, were guests of Trenton relatives Sunday. --Herman Wellenkoetter, Supt. and Gee. C. Probst, See. of the East St. Louis Brewing Co. spent Friday here. The former is a relative of our fellow citizen Jacob Bohn, and a portion of iris time was spent with Jake and his family. --Mrs. T. E. Cbipron and little daughters Thelma, E.ta and Luclle attended the Missionary COnvention in Greenville last week. The little girls gave a very pleasing "Junior Exercise" on the program Friday, whivh was well received. --Alex Marshall, a brother of Mrs James Montgomery, whom she had not seen for 16 years passed through our city one evening the past weet on his way from Alabama to Buxton where he will work in the mine. The mutual pleasure of the brief meeting may be better imagined than dea. cribed. --J. A. Eicher drove to Summerfleld Sunday to attend a meeting of the Eleher brothers at the home of Val Etcher, Those present were Peter of St. Louis, Henry 'of Lebanon, Jacob A. of Trenton, John and V alentlne of Summerfle|d. It was also quite a treat for the venerable father, who Is blind, to thus have thls family meet- Ing of his sons. Libory. --Mrs. A.F. Shulte spentapartef tio past waekat East St. Louis, her ohl hszue. --Mrs. Hy. Hucko aria cilildren visited wlttt her parents Mfrs. P Mann hero over Easter, --Misses Cecil Schnyder and Ruth Kneflcr of St. Louis spent Easter with Miss Jeanette See. --See what the bustuess men o Trenton have to say in this week's !ssue ,,f THE SUN. --MfrS. S. Hammel spent a few days at the ]red J. Scheve home at Mascoutah the past week. --E. L. Genez, E. A. Becker ac- companied by John Huber spent Sun- day with MrseoUtah relatives. --S. Hammel had some changes made for comfort at his residence and Is also having the same painted. --Johr Murray and fmily have moved to Mr. Vernon where Mr. M. has taken  Job in the ear  hops there. --Frank Leonhard and wife and the Misses Kathryn and Ina took a drive to Highland Sunday, spending the day there. --Waits0 W, Peeek and wife and little Mis Vernetta Oseland of Gilles- pie were guests at the Oehler home over easter. --John Moffatts new cottage i, the northeastern part of own Is nearing completion and will soon be ready for occupancy. --The warm season is about here and you will want a gasoline stove You will find some of the best makes at L. M. Koontzs --Dr. t. C. t%os, wife son Edgar, and daughter, drove up from Okaw- ellis and spent Sunday and Monday witt relatives her. --A twelve pouud stranger made his appearonee at Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cunnlnghame Friday and Is going to stay and be one of the family. --The annual meeting of the Ctinton County Medical Society will be held at Carlyle on May 3, at wkteh tme officers will be elected to serve for the ensmnt year- --Fred eger living northwest of town Is making a uumber of improve. merits on hie farm. He is having a new hmme built, and the reD! of his barn ised about mix feet, a new roof put on came etc. --The Commeucement ezereleee of the St. [ouis College of Pharma, y took place last Wednesday evening at Memorial Hall. Among those who graduated with high hcnors were Arthur H. Emig, theyoungest son of Chas. Emg and wife of o,ta oily. Arthur Is an Industrious young man of flue address, accomodating and careful, who will make his mark, and who has the beet wisher of hie uumerons Trenton friends. Easter at The Churches. --An interesting program was ren- dered at the M. E. church by the Sunday School children on Easter Sunday evening. --An Easter program, appropriate for the occasion, was rendered by the Sunday School of the Presbyterian church Sunday evening. --At the Baptist Church, special servmes were held last Sunday. The collection taken on that day will be used for the distribution of the bible. --A reunion of all those persons who had been confirmed in the Ger- man Evangelical church since its erection at Trenton was held on Easter Sunday evening. Each one was presented with an appropriasc souvenir card. lllll k41AIb4b,bql tl I I Iltt|l I li IIIII H IIIil'tb'qb'l-'qk4bql q il IIIII i I ill il Ill I k,41/qlVqb',Ib| [llll _1, ,,. = NEW SPRING GOODS! -=- the Line of Oents' Furnishing Ooods. A VISIT TO OU GROCERY DEPARTMENT - -- will couvince you that we handle only tilt. test goods to be had == in this line, always Clean, Fresh and Up-to-date. . ll|ll  tlllllllillllllltnllllll4HllllllllllllllltlllUll i GOllfifi!00fiND i i and Patterns. ! $2.50 and up. I A NEW STOCK OF ...... at 8c per Double Roll and Up. ow i the ":zmo to get .you' aaohae Bt0ven, We have a ioe eleotzo= of he bent loassn at exoeptioally Lo' Pzioe. I Carpets, Mattings.Oil Cloths and Lenliums at Lowest Prices.  C. C_]. lr.....t....,....,,', Wrniture , l-q;;tll lll;:/  Store. Hanke Building. Trenton, Illinois Headquarters for Screens and Screen Doors , T. E. Chipron's Bakery00 TRENTON, ILL., Has constantly on hand Freah Bread, Coffee Cake, Rolls, Etc. Fresh Doughnuts every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday _Large Cakes and Pies Baked to Order. GIVE US A CALL. FOB SALE CHEAP. A number of nic. residence lots in Hankc's 3rd and 4th Addition to the City of Trenton, regularly laid out, platted and recorded as required by la. Undisputed title. I am now pr pared to make Deed to property promptly. JOSEPH HANKE, 3.6-03 Trenton, Illiuols Attention Teachersl Applications will be received up to May 15, 1905 for positions as teachers m the Trenteu Puoltc Schools. Ap pltcatlone lor Jauitor will also be re- ceived u9 to the soma date. Z. T. Remlck Sec'y Bd. of Educttlon Bottle Beer by the Case for fern fly use, also by Eighths and Kegs, at Frank Theme's, Trenton. Ill, --Z. T. Remlck and family are now l tully installed in their model aud ele- gant new borne in the northern part of town. Wanted. Girl for housework. A good home and good wages. A.pplv to Mrs. Gee. S. Cauhlnn Room No. 9, Area,to Bldg, East St. Louts, Ill. For Sale. Four houses in Trenton, two in Summerflcld, one in St Morgan Also the 80 acre Ramsay Pasture. W. T. Carr. Wanted, Responsible man to represent us and manage a Luyties Branch Groo. ery Store to he located in Trenou. Splendid opportunity for a good hustler. Address W.C. Ellis, Supt. of Branches, East St. Louts Ill, For Sale I offer my three room house and two lots for sme. Herman Wlegers. Sin2 er ewin ,Machine as Feohnerts Furniture Stoe,