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THE TRENTON VOLUME 33. NO. 47. TRENTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1913. $1.00 PER YEAR. i LOCAL JOTTINGS, NCIDENTS TRANSPIRED DURING FHE PAST WEEK FUTURE EVENTS. Born, to Alex. Bryson and wife. June 2, a son. Several of our citizens have been attending court at Carlyle this week. Mrs. Knolleriberg of St. Louis vis- aed with her father, Ford Kurz sr., the latter part of last week. dance given by the T&apos;renton 'Ire Co., at tile Park last Saturday was fairly well attended, Ida good time was had by all. The ame of ball played Friday by the married meu and men was won by the former. good crowd witnessed the game next Monday eveningls the time the regular meeting of the Meal- Woodmen. As there has been meeting for some time the mere- ere requested to attend. A grand ball will be given by the Club of Summerfleld in the Hall at that place next Satur- evening, June 7th. Good music and refreshments will be provided Admission Y cents. Ladies tree. Everybody cordially invited. Both of the Trenton teams won their games last unday afternoon. The White Sex defeated a Breese by a score of18 to12, and the 8tars defeated a team from byascoreof 19toS. Both games were lo6sely played and very g. rwtn Kramer has purchased the three acres of land Of [. A. Steffens adjoining the city West Broadway and will to the same in the near future. Steffens and family have moved town and will occupy the Gelly opposite M. E. Church. Tne city officials have had all the along the streets and al- which gtves the city a neat ap- owif all property ow- would have the weeds cut on vacant lots and otherwise clean lla thefrproperty, Trenton would be ne of the cleanest cities in this part !0f the state. Youngs Roller Skating Rink had been located on the Bre- fold lots forubout thcee weeks, pull- ed slakes the first of the week and to Highland. Whllellerethe ink was fairly well patronized by aur citizens. Mr. Youug, the pro- made man)' friends during stay here. Chasr Alblinger, who lives in the SOUtheast part of town, had on dis- in our sh()w window a:few days tshe past week a couple of gooseberry talk s which were loaded with choice Mr. Alblioger reports that has several hundred gallons for and parties wtshing berries -Should leave their orders now. PERSONALS, BRIEF MENTION OF THOSE WHO COME AND GO. H. J. Hams spent Friday at St. Louis. Vm. Koehler and son Walter were St. LJuis visitoxs Monday. A. B. Remick of St. Louis visited with his parents here Sunday. Dr. L. Niess made a baslness trip to BelJeville, Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Loreuz Rotator visit- ed at the M. Ginzel home Friday. M. Rollin and family of Breese vis- ited with relatives here last Friday. Mrs. E. E. Harrison spent the lat- ter part of last week witi trelatives at Odin. / Mr. and Mrs. Hy. Lengermann spent Sunday with relatives at Aviston. Mr. and Mrs. Joe. inkler of St. Louis spent Sunday with their par- ents here. Mart Moss and family of Pocahon- tas visited with friends here Decor- ation day. Chas. Craig of Pocahontas ming- led with friends here a few days the past week. Mrs. C. Menzi of St. Louis spent the latter part of last week with rel- atives here. Alex Specht of East. St. Louis spent Sunday with relatives and friends here. Frank appington of Granite City came out Saturday eyening to visit relatives 5ere. Miss Ions Wittig of Waterloo, spout several days of the past week with home folks here. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stephens have returned from a several weeks visit with relatives in Ohio. Mrs. Kunz and Mrs. Torpor of St. Louis spen: Friday with their mother Mrs. B. Hanselmann here. Mrs. J. Henry of East St. Louis came out Friday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Joe. Davis. Joe. Fleichepstein and daughter of Belleville visited with Joe. Voll- et avd family here Sunday. Mrs. Joe. Thcrand and children of Beckemeyer visited witl Mrs. Alex Bryson las* Friday. M'r. and Mrs. Wm. Cvrtall and daugnters spent several days of the past week wth relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. John Banhmann of New Bsdeu visited with their son, William anti family here Friday. Dr. L. J. Storz drove over from Edwardsvillein his new Ford auto Friday evening and called on rel atives. tlenry Kuhn and family of St. A .............. {Louis drove out here in their auto meeting Wltloe nolo attne city I and spent Deeoratiot, Day with rel- l:Iall in this city tomorrow afterm;on I .. | drives or purpose of promoting the east] " and west electric line. Delegates] J. C. Wolf. head miller tit the are expected to be present from New I Trenton Mills attended the National Baden,Belleville, Carlyle Beckemey-| Millers Conveution at Kausas City or, Breese and Avlston. The citi- I should attend this l coting and do all intheir power .to tip push the movement along. the Vol. Flre X2ompauy ''" of Sutn- aerfield are making extensive pre- Parations tora grand picnic to be by them at timt place on Sun- June 22, 1913. The Trenton l [ has been engaged to furnish e0ncert music during the afternoon I Slid good orchestra music will be] furnished for dancing in the eve- I llng. Several prizes will be award-] .ed for different events which will 4 take place duriug the afteroon. Two operations were performed at Sisters Hospital last Frittay by Dr. Moore, of St. Louis, assisted Drs. Carter and Nless of title city and Dr. G. H. Poos of Sumtriet, fleld: Petei. Dirks, one of our well known itens, underwent an operation fr "aPPendicitis. Mr. Dirks ires been for many yjears with this this week. Mrs. Edwin Taylor and children of St. Louis spent Decoration Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Aldrldge here. Joe. Pitman and family of Cole Creek, Tenn., arrived here Friday evening for afew weeks visit wltb relatives aud friends." M,_-. and M, rs. Elmer Leonhard and danltter, who have spent the past six sonatas in California arrived here Sunday evening foravisit with rel- atives. Messrs Apple, Fruth, Schuchmach- er and Luettinger nf Sumn)rfleld came over iu the latteCs automobile and transacted business iere Satur- day afternoolL Mr. and Mrs, FredSchwink, Thee. Laughlau and wife ad Mr. and Mrs. Thee. ]-Ieine of St. Louis visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cunningham from Friday until San. SCHOOL PICNIC Tbe school picnic took place Thursday as scheduled. The day was an ideal picnic (lay aqd the young folks greatly enjoyed the oc- casion, Promptly at9;i5a, m.,the children andteacbers formed in line and leatied by the members of the Board of Education and the Trenton Band, marched tiirough the principal streets and then to tle park. On arriving at the. park otile usual re- freshments and dinner were served. In the afternoon several races, etc., were i||dulged iu by the children. Manyoithe parents were present and enjoyed the day with tim child- ren. DECORATION DAY EXERCISES Decoration Day was observed this year as usual by our citizens. Short- ly after one o'clock tile parade formeo at Turner Hall, and headed by the Trenton Band, members of Clinton Lodge No. 555, I. O. O. F.. the G. A. R. membexs and citizens in automo- Mles and carriages, moved north on Apple street to Broadway, east on Broadway toMatn street, north on Main street to :Nln:h, thence east to the emetery. At tbe cemetery the exercises opened with music by the Trenton Band, followed by a song by the Schuster quartette, composed of Misses Genevieve, Imogene, Adrien- ne and Chlorissa Schuster, daugh- ters of Mr. and Mrs. John Schuster of this city. The invocation was then delivered by Rev. G. Fidler of the M. E. Church, followed by an- other song by the quartette. The Chaplains prayer was read by Rev. Schuetz of Summerfield,Commander of Randall Post, G.A.R. Afteran- otier song by the quartette, Hen. W. el. Loudvn, in a few well chosen remarks, iutrodueed Dr. John F. Harmon, President of the McKen- aree College at Lebanon, as the or- ator of the (lay. Dr. Harmon spoke for about an hour picturing the scenes of th different battle fields el the south duringtie time of battle and as they appeared recently when he personally went over tlem and inspected the differeut scenes. His address was a very interesting one and was well fecei#ed by lte large audience. Another song by the Scbusterquartette, reatiing of the names of Comrades buried at the Trenton Cemetery by Roy. Schuetz, and the henedictiou pi'onounced by Rev. G. W. Fisher ctosed the pro- gram, after which the graves were decorated by the members of the G. A. t:L Post. As is the usual custom the Band, after the'close of the program, played the favorite piecesofmusic of their deceased members at the graves of HenrySteiner. Wm Schaefler and Louis Gerne. In tlleevening the Ladies Ceme- tery Association srved supper at the Turner Hall and also gave a ,moving picture show, both of which were well attended. NOTICE TO OWNERS 0'I}0GS All parties ownmg bogs within he c#lty limits who lmve not paid tim city license on same are hereby noti- fied tiler the lidense is now due and must be paid at once. H. W .Herstein, City Clerk. Erwfn Hanks of St. Louis visited wltff his brother, Hago and family, itere unday. Misses Amelia, Jennie and Flora Menzi, of St. Louis sl,ent Sunday with home folks here. Miss Pearl Whltehillof St. Louis visited with Mrs. Joim Wehrmann several days the past week. Mr. ap,i Mrs. ]:Iomar Alexauder of Odin 'spent Sagurday evening with E. E. Harrison and family. A. M. Leouhard and family and D. L. S"haeff0r motored to St. Louis Suuday afternoon and called on rel- atives. Frank I,oebel ot St. Louis and Frank Loebel jr., of Granite City spent from Friday until unday witt I [ C0IMENCEMENT :EXERCISES last [ The auuua, commencement exer ciSes of the Trenton Pul)lic School were held at Tar,or ltali Wednes- day: eveuing. May 2S. The Hig'h school teacbers and pnpils had the stae very prettily decorated, the rustic fenc across the front over ruu by ivy, the profusion of evergreen vines at the sides, above and in the center, the Class trotto, "Labor Con. quersEverything" in beautiful let" tering on a field of white, and which was made by the graduating class to- gether with the rustic scenery on the stage, madeavery pleasing picture to the eyes of the audience. During the opening selection by theochss- tra the graduating class headed by Prof. Moore, and the Board of Ed- ucation, headed by President Keen- necks, marched to their places on the platform. Rev. Fisberthen said the invocation. The class consisted of five mem- bers. Miss Cornelia White finished the regular Higit School work, aud Misses Frieda Emig, Effie Harrison and Ruth Lee and Mr. Charles Crepps completed the business course. The opening number ou the program was a piano duet by Misses Lucile Ginzel aud Margurlto Rio- mann. This was followed by an essay, "Opportunity" by Miss Frleda Emig. Then a selection by the Male quartet. Next a reading "The Boys tory" by Miss Effie Harrison. This wee followed by a chorus, sung by the girls el. seventl and eighth grades. Then Miss Ruth Lee gave the class history and Charles Crepps the class prophecy. The next num- ber was a solo "In the Garden of My Heart," rendered in a pleasing manner by Miss ita Chatillon. Miss Blanche Moore, accomplisted daughter of Prof. Moore, gave two readings, tile one full of path,s, the otter full of humor. The rendition of which proved that she was an elocutionist of rare ability. This was followed by another se- lection by.tle male quartette, then Miss Cornelia White, the valedictor- ian, gave her oration, the subject of which was the class motto, "Labor Conquers Everytifing.' The thoughts advanced,tire well rounded sentences and pleasing diction showed the careful training she had received from her teachers. Prof. Moore in a few well chosOra words present- ed the diplomas to the graduates, after which Roy. Fidler pronounced the benediction thus brinzing to a close one of the most pleasant com- mencement exercises it has been our privilege to attend. Spies and Phillips are hauling lumber for their new garage, whlct they intend to bulid 0n the south side of Mr. Spies blacksmith shop. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Kasper, of Chicago, arrived hero Sut,lay morn- iugfOra visit with his brother and sister, 1;. J. and Miss Gill.lie Kasper. Mr. gasper is one of tle leading druggists of Chicago. Otto F. Traubel, wife,daughter and son of St. Louis. came out in their auto Sunday anti spent the afternoon witi Gee, Reber and family. Mr. Trauber, whois now a druggist in the City, was formerly a clerk in Mr. Reber's drug store in St. Louis. The meeting held at the city hall Monday evening under the auspices of'the Business aMen'= League was attended hy a number of farmers of this vicinity. H, E. Knowlton, assistant tate Entomologist of tle University of Illinois, was present and made quite au interesting talk on different kinds of bugs wlich are now affectlog tle different crops and explained the best modes of destroy- ingthe same. He recommended the use of tt]e tar line for ehincl bugs, explaining hew the line should he made and howofen to use tlle oil. If all farmers would follow this course for a few years there would not be mauy bus left. As to the clover louse Mr,,Knowltou recommended tile pasturing of tie clover fleht in the fall or cut the same early in ".he spring, wfiichhe thought would kill most o4 the insects. Manyquesttops were asked by the farmers present COUNTY SEAT NEWS Tbeannuallicrtic of tle Carlyle High School Alumni association was hehl at Lakeview Park Saturday af- ternoon. As usual it proved to be an enjoyable affaiF, Tt)o painters have given the court Iv)use the required three coats of paint and are now engaged in mark- ing off the })ricks. The appearance ofthebuildingts greatly improved. The work of boring a well across the river for the purpose of making a test for the proposed clear water system for the city was started Mon- day. Asamphofthe water will be sent to the state uniVsity to be analyzed. Secretary Norcross has been re- ceiving encouraging reports from those asked to attend the big electric railroad meeting in Trenton Friday afternoon. The invitations were sent ou by him for the Commeraial Club. It is expected that every city and village ahmg the proposed route will be represented. Tile bill consolidating the fish dud game departmeuts has passed the state senate with every indication that it will be euacted into a law. This measure provides for the ap- pointment of sixty deputy wardens for the state. It will be their duty to look after tbe enforcement of the lXvs protecting the fish anti game alike. In the past the fish have been neglected becanse of the lack of me- ney to pay the wardens. The death of Thoma3 Allen, a well known citizen of Carlyle, occurred Saturday at the St. John's hospital in St. Louis. The funeral took place Monday afternoon from the Metho- dist church, nod the obsequies were largely attended. The deceased was a brother of Judge James Allen, with whom I'Ve made his home, and had friends by the score among the young and old alike. Hie age was sixt# five years. Steve Kyie auG, Jack Mills, both of Keyesport; are up against the legal buzz-saw because of an attaet upon Edward Miller of Wisetown. It is claimed that the.two young men has been dovuthe Burlington line into wet territory, and returned to Keyes- port ready to scrap. Miller was their victim, and he was so badly trimmed that he had to go to a doc- tor. 'Ihe" charges in the county court are assanlt and battery and riot. The cases will not come up until the August term. The annual commencement exer- cises of the bigli school occurred in the opera house last Thursday night. As usual, tbc large halI was flied to capacity, and itlwas not ltalf large euougtL Miss Delta Eruest was val- edictoriau ot tb class. Miss Edna l.fle won the second highest honors. The other members of tle graduating class were: Misses nettler Case, lea- belle Lampen, Mabel Johustou, Dor- othy Gross, Frances Berger, Eva Maddux, Bernardiua Luepke, Gladys Entrekin, Floy Gordon, Gretchen Hofsommer; Messrs Claude Wilcox, Leo Johnson anti Stokely Carter. The board of education has em- ployed teachers ,for the ensuing year as follows: M.H. Todd, superinten.- dent,$120a montt; C. E. Harris; vriucipal, $75; Misses JOsephine Johns(m,\\; Lertrude Housman and Mollie Sharp, grade teachers, $50, All of tile a be ve a re re-appoiutments. The new rade teachers are Misses Lillie Clabaugi h Edith Flanagan and Alto Dodsou, $45 a month. All ap- poiutmenrshavebeeu made except- lag an a.sistant principal, eighth grade, and primary department. Miss Jennie Ford, who had been the primary teacher fi)r fourteen 'eats, resigned to take up otlmr work. I)eceration Day was observed iu a very appropriate manner ilere "last Friday. [u the morutng theCommer- sial Club provided atomobiles for the ohi soldiers, anti othe aged per- sus to the cemetery. There usual eeremouies were conducted, by tte m-mbr: of the G. A. R, dtreetd hy W. H.'Norris the coutmander. The decoratiou of the grav0s of he de- pactcd soldiers followed. The ,zen- eral exercises occurred in the court ailment and recently was confined to or severtl days, aud it was. best to perform an operation being taken down with ttuotb- attack. His appendix was found be in a very bad shape. The other }ertion was performed' on Mrs. rthr Wehrle, who has also been llUffering with chronic appendicitis for come year. Both patients with- Stoo,,t the operation nicely and ,orb along as well as can be ex- Their many frlends wish a speedy recovery. home folks lere, and auswered by Mr. l(oowlton. day.  . Misses . . ] h!se.ntie tftern(.t} Tte.P!t-tCi'". Beatrice and Etta Roberts Vq.T. Cart., president of the Busiuess pa/auare.qes'weleaett,eroa n rtow Mrs..fired Luth,. Mrs.., r J'lanuE'" bab tar, of St..Loutsvlsted witilthe MiSsos lMen'S League, presided, and at the Fattest Diopei'ock, R'ev. YJ. A', roll, Mts Margaret Car el Y , , ll f,t , _ . ". White from I hursday vening nntil close of the nettng asked a , rm- Slafer ),Villiam Job (siGn, and T. , Carroll, of St, bouts, spent severa .,4--d'-,, !ors who ware wiilin to try the road Cord. 'tqese were interpersed wlth ' ttU t'g . .. , . ) {# , days the latter part of last week with oq to-rise but it seems like farmers instrumentolmuslc,t# the ,ar/yie llrSRrn n e'r ...... atnaarhete "--:" am*-"" ,M "t,. 'ae '}Poplarl Mrs . B,lllufl,A " Mo,'McI)nahiaro spendiand eOng ofi''a], ........ In this" "vlclnt3' " ate "not yet . .. ea(I.-5 t o" orebc:tra, v ,eel slections, r,cia't<mSdt:.!ll, s st:.(' 'l:,,h*" ' program w!. err stag :*  . t -- - -- '  . . . ' ..... t try anu protec chair ecru, as only PU Dy ltlp. LOUd, of de ilion SCHOOL oOupte ol eeKs 3,VltU net patellES t I ( cram Gq Dr. W. R. Steffens departed for .........  ........ ,, .... /eleven men present signified their ass!s ed I!ythe ' . ercial)ub. A n ..... ' t_ tn ------- .... |.a,.a ] wlr, i;I,l|ti D]L2t'. JU[1Lt * lllUt. | **,tlllnortmra s r O iilrf  tDorPa| O f Eha nil teaulre ,) Lne exercise was g|le tovt * =to prlngs, .t.rK., LUtot.y, w,s.,. | "*'""e". ". ...... " 7" ........... made toward the erectiou eta manu- re ins few eeks tel the I RoDerLHelleyofChrlstopher, Ill, Man3 of the tarmors ilthe vlclnttv t t' e , ot t he will re a ..... 2 ' " t ' " i  Wl(.ttt t) de m t.q .'y of th d sol t- lhonaf o hi= health Ilia brother ! made au overland trip to this city in of New Badeu used the tar line last iers in the conrad, house park A Dr A H Steffens of Menuo, S D , iris au;o Saturday and called on his season to e gold advantage and in- me.emg or, the ctt tze!s of Cttrlyle .... . ' " ' I a , I witt t)e uela soou t perl'ec an organ. laccmpanied htm. ,brOther, M. J. Itgnle} audfamlly, tend to ue the eame aLain this year. izatio SPECIAL BAROAINS THIS WEEK ONLY. 10c Ladies VestsSpecia! a Tape with crochet armholeS"  $1.50 Ladies Wash Sldrt,, ,White Tan, Linen Finish, also Black and White Check, latest 98 styles ....................................... Lawns and Silk Mulls, all we have left, nothing reserveff, 71n worth up to 25c : d,special |2b Children's Dresses, sizes 2 to 6, all styles, worth 75c nicely /ln and well made ........ .......... 7:::: Children's Straw Hats, all styles, worth up to 50c. Special ........................................ 10C Walk-0ver Low Shoes, Black and Tan, all styles and shape (Sterl- ing StickPin Free 5 fl this week ........ $4.00 and ]tlJ KALLMEYER & SON Trenton, Illinois. - r Jac. Kuha jr. attended to business matters at St. Louis a couple of dayo this week. Ad. Kurz of St. Louis came out Friday and spent tie dy with rel- aUves here. Miss Nan Sauders, who has taught the primary room in the Trenton public schools the pas few years, departed the first of the week for Phlladalplfla, P.a., where she will make her future lome. HEAVY Wire Stmk Fends, 20 aud 2] ceuts a Rod at Ford Kurz Carriaffe Shop. FOR SALE--Fresh Holstein Milk .COW with calf. H.G. Schoene 8 miles southeast of Sumalerflold. CRUSHIN( and Gt indlng feed every day in the week. Come give us a trial. Eise,mayer Grain Co. Holstein cows (fresh 3 Yearling Heifers. Thomas BlaCk, St. Jacob; Ill, R. IL 1 HUN'IING and Trial)seeing is strictly forbidden on my laud FOR SALFr-2 seat anopy Surrey lhaftsand pole, and side cur- tains, flue condition, see Brefetd Hdw. (o. EI6HT FA00RMS BOLD--8 BY O. C. EIDMAN real estate agent of 20 NORTH HIGH STR., Beleville. 120 A. near-Freeburg; "Reinneck to Krieg; $8700. 60/k. near BellevHle; I=Iuschte to Knobeloch, $8400. 120 A. near Marissi: Michaell to Vollmer, $5,0(|0. 60 A. near Lenzburg, Brennan|to Eudres, $3,400. 80 A. near Slnithtt,n, Meyer t Stahi, $4,710. 80 A. near Smithton, Meyer to (]rohinan n, $4,5|)0; Helfrich, $7,000, Voilmer house, Mascoutal to Mlchaell, $4,000, Endres house, Belleillc, to Bren, uau, $2,900. Stookey house, BeIlevilI0 to Suev, or, $3,250. Roedersheimer house BeHeville to MeG If ntoek, $1,800. Total sales in 30 days $(;3,16. The Court Hottso Fecords Will show the above transact i(m s. GO TO '20 NORTH ttTGI STR. :Belleville, if yon w:tnt to bay or sell real estate. If you want a sat place to invest your money; or if yon want money on Yonr house or farm, please . : remember Ihe address. Have been there 7 years. Am sill the,roe Phons:Beii ]55: Kin. 88L. 0., .,-,1D.MJI,,,v FOR SiLE T00ABE 16-acrcg0,1 la, t:i' improve, monte, ,'about ,3 miles f:o n good town St  " " . Clair C00nty. "'ll tak.e gee4 Citypropei*ty as part l)ayttmu part cash or good Mtge, Loan as part & time on balance at 5 per-cent Chea at $65 per acre. ,: 114 Eas Main Belier;lie - , 7