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7' i i u i r "the Trenton Sun Last Sunday morning as usual Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Hetnerivh attended Friday. April 28, 1905. church little dreaming wl,at the day . __ , , , heidin store for them. Upon arriving lt/l/ar C'@@k. i home wh,t was their surprise to see I the house filled with friends wh,, fh- Mordecla Stout is assisting Hrry t, formed them they had come to -pelul Murray with hi farm work. I the day and help them celebrate their Charier Oelly has plowed ",p part 1 wooden wedding, as also the 29th of his wheat and says the rest is nO/anniversary of the wedding day of good Mrs Jes-ie Bender of East St. Louis] Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Alblinger. After congratlations had been extended to is cut for a visit to her father, James both couples, all present sat down to Wilson- the dinner table, filled with good and Elmer Bryan was re-elected school delicious viands prepared by stilled director at the Lee district and Henry _.**,, .................... I Kaufman a Sugar Creek. e and only too quickly amid music and[ Out fa.r.mer.s say the whpt "e laughter and stories of bygone days. I clo.er win not mate .re.ore ,na on After supper several more hours were] natta crop. wal ann see. socially spent and everything went / Theysay Walter Ie.e is ,he champ- [ merry a's wedding bells until the time ion pop corn eater He ate one at)liar   ............. o " Iu ueparuure oz guests came to g o and ten cents worth in fifteen minuler ........ Roy lllnt will soon finish a success | ner respecvlve mimes, wuen all left " "1 wishing those concerned many more term ot school hero and it is reported n v o e V a an,l o [ ha py ears of w_dd_d _fie a_._ th he Intehds to go west and seek ms " [ hope of again being aide to be to,ether fortune. ' upon similar occasions Several Mlsa Thompson, from the Faires handsome as well as useful presents neighborhood, teacles a music clas were left as remembrances of the day. here every Wednesday and is glving Those present besides the honored T good satlsfactmn" C. O. Drayton went to Sparta Fri- day afternoon, He wbl speak there that night and on Satudy alteruoon ] at the Farmers IEstituto of RaaMolph I County at.Preston, Ill. ! Gee. Diitmer'and Hy Kaufmau were / appolntea dslegates from our l,ocal] Union to the Co,ntv Cohveniion of the American oelety of Equity at Carwle April 8tb. Eyery member iu ones were: Frank and Miss Mary eLI of St. Louis, Misses Lolls and Brookie tonova, of Marcelile, Me., Miss Marg,,ret A!pino 6f Novington, Me. and Mfrs. M. Kuntzmann, Mrrs. R. Andrews, Mrs. lichard, Mr,:s. L. Kuntzmann and (laughter Lena. Mfrs. Gee. Keck and son Ehner, Win. KunLzlnann and chihlren Florence, Raymond and Clarence. Miss Ida Kuntzmann, Paul tlblinger aud i i I .  I I I lall [ l ii i li  Ilil II Ill l I H II lil I April 12 '05--Jos Hetbstrelth to Herman Herbstrelth. EVt et See 20, w sW SeoJl, ptne aeSoc36Tl RJ, WD $ I 00 Joe Herbstreith to Hy Helbstreith K aet Se 19, UWX4 nwht nwt see II-l-b, W D ............................... 100 Iu'oh 29 'oJ--Chas L Bopp to Fred J KocheaL SW4mwSeeO. lots4 6 avd 12 St 16 arid ne net4, See 17, and S nw4 he14 e'3 ]4-,-b. W D ....... 15,500 C0 April 13 'iS---Peter Fischer te Julius H Mllieretal Sjnwx4S,c6, pt nw]4 See 11-I-5, Q-C D ...................... I 00 April 11 '05--J B Chambers to H H Lln- der LotlJblk2 P g H Boulevard add toCentralla. W D ............... 1400 00 Aprn 11 '5--E E Sadler to Jacob Slde, Lot61 blkLowerCarl)'lc. Q-CD .. 257 (0 Nov 2'Od--Mart lleinzmann tO Frank Theme, Lot7 IIeinzmann's sub4 to New Baden. W D .................. 125 00 Feb 25 %5--Frar, k Theme to Highland BrewirgCo. tel7 th!iuzmann'ssubd m Nuw Baden, W D .............. 125 00 April 14 '05--Xavier tehl to l F Me- AdalnS. NW)4 UW14 See 36-3-2, W D 500 00 April l0'05--TP llan.m to n Pullen Lot 7 btk3 lot 6 blk I Pull q. 2 Harems Boulevard add to Cenlrslla. Q.C D.. 830 GO April 8'05--F Meyer to F Huelsmau and A Suh' Pt sw]4 ne, and se]4 IIWI4 Sac 2J-2-3. Q-C D ...... , ............. 1 00 March 28 '05--J D Fox to M A Davis Lots 10 II 12 blk B Fox arid to Keyes- port. W D ............................ 30 00 March 25'05--Jos Klutho to A J Klutho. Lots 119 and 121 bik 1! Breese. W D. 2()} 0 ATriedand True Friend. OneMinuto (;ough Cure costal n n()L an atotli of any harmful drug. aim it has been curing Coughs. C, Id% Croup and WhoopmgCough so lo,g that it has proveu itself to be a tried and true friend to the many wire u. e it. Mrs. Gertrude E. Fennel Marl ,n Ind. says: "Cougidng and straining Tne Broadway Store. 00old Dollars at 00er00ts would not be more =urely bargains than are those you will find in Dry GOods Department. Correct Fashions in [00URTAIH B ALl00 I$1 WAI00II Saving Entirely new modes in "We picked up a White and Tans. Very Bobonet Curtains attractively priced, fancy Ruffles,worth $1.00 and $1.50. selling them at $1.50. Hens Underwear You'll need Lighter Un- derwear soon. IVe have an elegant line to select the county wbo can aught to gor Mesdames t]lien Lee, Esther Lee, Mary Moore antl Miss Corn Wilson spent Thursday and Friday at Green- ville atteddlng the Womans foreign missionary society of the Presb'ter- lau church, and visiting numerous old friends. A large crowd of young people were at Win. H. Lees Tuesday uight at- tending the pop corn and peauut social. Three or four neighborhoods were represe..ted, the nigiit as ideal, and everybody had a good time. The boys bid up lively for the privilege of eating anti talking to the fair damsels, aria enough mouey was reahz=d from the sale of seventeen packages to buy a new carpet for the church. Last Hope Vanished. When leading physicians said tlmt W. M. Smithart of Pekin, Is. had in- curable consumption, hi last hope vanished; but Dr. King's New Dis- covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, kept him out of his grave. Lie says: "This great specific completely" cured me and saved my life. ince then, I have used it for over 10 years, and conslner It a marvelous throat and lung cure." Strictly scientific cute for Coughs, Sore Throats or Colds; su. e preventive of Pneumonie. Guarauteed, 60c and $1.00 battles at w. T. Carr, Drugrtat Vew Baden. Hemy Bassler transacted business at Bellevllle Monday. Wm. Baehmanu ot St. Louis was a visitor here Sunday. Henry Butz3"6 of St. Louis visited home folks here Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Christ Massmann of St. Louis vl :Ileal home folks Sunday. Mrs. Hy. Butzow and child on visit ed with her mother and sisters here last week- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Prante ot Quincy are visiting with thsir daugh ter, Mrs. J. J. BaChmann at present. The Missm Hulda Duestrow and Kate Sauler el St. Louis and Lizzie Stolz and little niece Katy of Belle. villa vlstted at Mr. and Mrs. John Bachmanns Monday. Our village election was a little exciting this year but the majority of the former well thought ot officers were re-elected. They were; Freeldent orMayor Dr.F.M. Edwrds Clerk Robert Schmidt Police Magitrate Gqst Fritz Trustees Win. Banter, John Paelker, Xavier Grlesbaum. Agail death has claimed one of our Wo/tn$. d bright young men, EmllRutt, which prove the uneer. talnty ef life anti the ortainty or dth EmtlRust was horn at New Baden Aug 3Ist, 1881 and closed his eyes to this worhl on Monday evenln April 24th at 9.30 o'clock, bavlntt at- tained the age ui 3 years, 8 months and 24 days. At the age af14 years heloet his parents and a brother in that cyclone known as one el the most deeruetive anct terrible cyclones tin this country. Alter this lie made his home with his sister Mrs. Christina Hehmidt, at which place he died. Mr. Rust was bright young man of exemplary hab|ts with a promising future balers him. He was ota cheer- fnl dlspositlonwe|l known aud well liked by everybodyt" always ready to do goo(t to all. He was a good busi- ness matt, being In partnership with his brether-in-law Robert Schmldt, conducting the 8ebmldt & Rust Baleen & Hotel oppoMte ,the 8outizern Railway Stall,re. He was a member cf the LoOM Lodge oz _Red Men of which he wee treasurer  lso a mem- ber and the treasurer of the New Baden Fishing Club. The Red Men will haveeharge oflhebody. Hels survived by by. S,;belder, a step brother living near town, 1 stepsister Mrs, Lhas. Bachmann o! near Marion 2sister's, Mrs. Robt. chmidt and Miss Ida But el here. He was reared and educated here in the public schoIs. Funeral will take place*,, at 2 ociock from the residence of Robert Schmldt to the German Evangelical church, thence to the cemetery, con, ducted by Ray. Rehmale, pastor of the German Fvangellcal church. May he rest in peace. The community .extends a heartfelt symp.thy to the 4)ereav d relatives. WalterAndrew, also Aug. Alhlinger so weakened metbat I run down h sr. and son A. Alblingerjr., who is xe'ght lrom 148 to 92 p0nnds. After trying a nulnber st remedies to no editor of the St. Marie Tribune of St. avail, One Minute Cough Cure entire- Marie, Ill Iv cured me." Sohl by Forget About Your Stomach. lfqur dlgestlou i bad the vital organsof yonr body are re,l; led and nourislted as riley shouhl be. Tttey grow weak anti invite disease. K-dol Dyspepsia Cure d i gears what you eat, cures indigestion and all sb)maeh troubDs. You forget you have a stomach from the very day you beffin taking it. 'Jhis is because tt gets a rest--recuperates anti g, adually zrow so tr(mg and.healthy that it troubles you no more. E. L. Babeosk, Amherst Mlnt. says: " have taken a groat many remedies for indigestion but have found nothing equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure." K,)dol digests what you eat, cures Indigestion. Dys- epsla, Sour 8tomaeih Belching, eartburn and all ttomaeh Tronbles. Its preparation Is the result ut many years of research. 8old by "w. I Carr's The M. E. District Conference at Carlyle Last Week. The lorry first session of the Leba- non District conference of the M. E Church met at Carlyle, Apr ]8-20, 05. About 75 hntnisters and delegates were prescott. Rev. C.D. Shumard presided and Z. J. Farmer was eleet. ed secretary and Phil. Glotfelty assistant secretary. The reports of pastors and laymen showed a very good increase along every line of work. 5101 members were reported and during hepast year 583 souls were converted and 784 membrs were received into the church Harry C. Brown, C;yde L. Benson and Chas. W. Ivie were g!ven license to preaeh the gepel. F. M. Latham, Van B. Sullens and Chas. W. Ivie were recommended to the annual conference for admission into the traveling connection. LRev, H. Church was recommended for ordin- ation under the misslonary rule. During th9 session sermons were preached by the following; Rev. J, R. Hunter ofHuey, Rev. M. L. Cole ofCollinsville, Rev. R.D. Woodley of East St. Louis and Rev. W.H. Pool of Belleville. Missionary ad- dresses were made by Mrs. O. A. Clark of Boston, Miss Elizabeth M. Bentheim of Portia, India, Rev. Chas. B. FIiil of Buarmah, India, Miss Jesse S, Vail of Japan, Rev. Robt. Beebo bLD. or'China, nd Rev. F. H. Sheee D.D. of Chicago. Dr. Beebe enjoys the unique distinction of hav- ing conferred upon him the degree el Double Dragon by the emperor of China; this gives him distinction and special privilages in China. 162 persons bowed at the alter and received the communion Wednesday evening. One of the pleasant features of the conference was a reception tendered the visiting delegotes Wednesday evening in the basement of the church by the Carlyle Epworth League. The conference next year will be held in Greenville. About Rheumatism. There are few diseases that inflict more torture than rheumatism and t.ere Is probably he dis0aso for which such a varied and useless lot of reme dies have been suggested. To say Ihat it can be cored Is, therefore, a bold statement to make, but (;ha/no berlaln's Pain Bairn, which enjoys an extensive sale, has met with great success In the treatment of this dis- ease. One application of Pain Balm will relieve the pain, and hundreds of fferers have testified to permanent cures by its ute. Why suffer when Pain Balm affbrde uch quick relief and Costs but a trifle? For sale by WTt. Singer Sewing aehines at Fechners l?urn|tttre Store. W T Carr Farmers' Union Men Attention. TheCllnton County Convention of the American Society of Equity, will be held m the Courthouse in Car]yl on Friday, April '28th, at 10 a, m. Every union in the county should be represented, as Important business will be transacted. Farmers and bud- mess men not members are most cor- dially Invited to be present and hear the principles and plan ot ths organ izatlon explained. Farmers, themot important haLf of your business is the marketlngot your crop. Take one day off, April 28, 1905, aud help this mportan movement for profitable prices for all farm produes. At,BERT WRINGE, Sac. of Clinton Couuty Uious. For a Weak Digestion. Nb medicine can replace food but hamberlaln's Stomach and Liver Tablets will help you to digest your toed. It is uot the quantity of food taken that gives strength and vlor to the system, ut the amount digest- ed andassimllated. Iftrot, hled with a weak digestion, don't la,I t,)glve these Tablets a triM. 'l'houand8 have bee,] benefitted by i sir use, They only cost a quarter. Jtl by W T Cart. The Firemens Ball of our papular Volunteer Fire Oe- partment at the Turner ]lall last Monday evening was favorrd with fine weather, and was a bllltant suc. cess in every respect. ['he comudttees had been hard at work nd had the preparations ]n fine shae. The Trenton Orebeotra furnished their usual superb article In the line of music, and many visifors were pres. ent from neighboring towns" High- land especially sent a large delegatiod cousisting of Steve Kustermaun and wife, H. Bllleter and wife, Ph. An. stedt and w[/e, Pete Netzer, wife aud daughter, J. Schildknecht and wife, The Value of Alh. 11eh,ank, L. Boulanger, Emil Any Other, One Th!rd Easier. One Third Faster. The only Sewing Machine that does not fall in any point. Rotary Motion and Ball Bear, ings make it the iightest running machine in the world. --FOR SALg BY DeWi, t's Witch Hs Salve cos,,_ soothes and heals cuts, burns, boll, bruises, pales,And all skin diseases, releid Ha[dware Comqy, K. E, Zickefooae, Adolpb W. Va" says: "My little daughter had white i RE.W/O.', I/,]5. swelling so bad that p|eco ater piece '  of bone worged out of Iter leg. De H. Ao'iIEHOIqLr " Fo H. ALEIEIt Notary Public NIEHOFF & ALBERS, Weber, Emil Kaeser, Wm. Mueller, Th. Hoffmann, Jac Oehrli and Ed Rills,, who were a moat Jolly crowd. The supper march |was led by Gee. Hcrzing and wife, and was a pleasing feature. The supper was a good one and the ladles vied in promptly serving same. Nothing oeeured to mar the pleasures of the event, and the fire laddies may rear assured they have scored an.thex success. The Right Name Is DeWltt. Witt's WltchHaze] alve cures her." The most wonderful healing salve in the world. Beware of e[:untertelts Sold by W. T. Carl NOTICEt Mrs. Line Oehler offers her service as nurse to ladles in/.confinement or sickness, both day and night. Charg- e reasonable. FINE DWELLING FOR SALE. For sale, a new six room frame house, 2 lots, water, fruit, etc.. on place iu northwestern part nt Trenton For further particulars apply to M. J. CAMPBELL, Tren,on, Ill. A Daredevil Nlda oftcu ends iu a sad accident. To heal accidental injuries, use BaekJen s Arnica Salve. "A deep wound in my foot, from an aooldent," wrlto I heo. Schuele of Columbine, O., "caused me great pan. Physicians were helpless, but Buckleus Arnica 8aloe quickly healed it." 8oothes and here burus like tnagie, gSe at WT Cart. from. Prices per Suit 50c and $1.00 In Pink and Cream Frcnch Balbriggan. All Kinds, All Sizes, All Pri, RUSTIC SOUVENIR NOVELTIES. A line of big values that are very stylish in your homes. Burn1 Plaques with Bark Edge, Burntwood Hanging Match Holder, Racks, Key Racks, Smokers Stands and Lithograph Pioture Burnt Border and Design. S4ecial for a Limited Time Only, F. Leonhard & Sons. II ., t00u/ts/ BOYS' SUITS. We have*a complete 1me of Clothing op hand in the most " upto-date styles aid pattern, plenty to pic from and at Three Times * the right prices. Come in and ABSTRACTORS; REAL itSTA'[E, LOAli /did lltS[RAIEE A6EItTS. l Complete Abstract Books of All Lands and Lots in Clinton County. OPOS][TE COURT HOUSE, WEST. CARLYLE, ILLINOIS John B. Heet, B[iIKi00]e[ Pi,sle[e[ WHITe" NINGI: And All Kinds of Repair Work Will be Promptly Attended To.  POJ, I.E OIN. Contraclors, Builders Lumber Merchanls, , i Conatantly on hand a complete stock i Suffering frightfully from tat ............... [ lent poisons OI u.digested food qr Wnlse auG.xeltow lne U&K " v n at' r,nla Mlaa tn ' and Cedar Shlnglcs.-- Kin,'s New Life Pills,,, "with I suit, he writes, th,t I was h a. ad "lltttla I A]I stomach and bowel d , [glve way to their tonic, J Lime, Cement, Plaster and Hair. | properties. Guarauteed. 25o I WTCsrr.