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r . Suzl } CIRCUIT COURT NOTES ;: ii   --zuu , -- I ........... ] The June term of circuit COllrl 191:, EVERY THURD:&apos;T I eoavend Monday mornimz with Thursday, .]1me " NFWTON [ULE, Publisher .RTI t HL, ,TE R,M OF .UHS(' v, -, T Oue **, , ............... $1.(min Advarrce i [ 2Ix Month ................. 56 \\; \\; Jldge .lett presiding. The fore part of theday was devoted to eallinathe different eases, as CtlSLonqarv. C'fles have heen disposed of as f, llow; I. Henry Eilors. forgery a,d utteri:g, stricken hy orderof tie stat-s attoruey with leqve to l'(?- I ]iugle :Opi,a ..................... Entered l .ile Post-Office ai T,:onton ] Ill.. ,,_ -o'Jolld-clar4S lllsi] mail;or. Bcll Pbon--OFFIOE ............ 960 I)(m't [',),xeL to attend the meetin '.{ at tile {'A1.v t4all toulorrow aJ(rll(l)ll and help m,)s the eas ttll(| "west ) electric li,e Aga o tre reminded of the fact tiler our IIi'h School has the mall- est gra(l:ating (;b,s ill ally ('ily ill this [arlof the COOl,try. This years class ha. four gratluates.--M ascJutai l Ierald Tho editor .f the Herahl is mis- taken about Mascoutah having the smallest graduating class, as we be- lieve the Treutou High School holds tllerecord for having the smallest class hayloft just one graduals in the high school class this year. -o FLA6 DAY, PROCLAIMED BYGOV,DUHHE ' '.ov. I)mine has Issued tie foll,w- Jag proclamation for fla day; "Complyiug with a long-estahlisl- ed and natioaa[ legislation upon the aubjeo, "Fhereby set apart Saturday Juno 14, Ui13, as Flag day. I urge ttmt0iizeus observe theday in all parrs of our tate in a beflttin man- nor and that the national emblem be displgyed upon our public bui|diug.% sehl'liouses, an4 homes. "I also reeoulmond that the (lay be observed by theparticipatiou of the citizeusin such ceremonies as are appropriate to the occasion." Miss Irene trang of Sandoval is visiting with Miss Lucia tiarriso 5iss Zaidee Everett departed Fri- day for her homo at Smith Centre, Kausas. !M;;, aud Mrs. Leo Collignon were guests of Highhhd relatives and fl'iende Taursday. Misses Myrtle Sensel of Portland, Ore., and ClaraHartnagel of Belle- villespeut several days at theWal- :er Killian home the past week. Dr. L. Niess this week purcltased te Vogt pronerty on Broadway, where he will eontint, e to make his home and office. Consideration $5 750:;o JissHannah David, formerly of this city, died at St. Louis on Mon- day of [a.t week. The fnneral took place last Wdnesday. Tie family have tbd sympathy ofalarge erel. Lof rela15ives and friends in this city. Cathol|e Scimol picnic will be gtv. u at the Trenton Park next Wedues- tidy, June41th. Parade at 9 o'clock from Parochial sOmol leaded by the Trenton Band, which will also give concert music all day. Everybcdy come and t)ring your dinners and en- joy a good day's outilm'. Hot coffee " <ll r'freshmenls will be erved. "In case of rain the picnic will be glv. en Thursday, Junelgth. AlfredFiscber, son of Mr. anti Mrs. Fred Fischer of thisclty, took ,part in an athletic contest at Valpar- ai.s% lnd, on May 23 t held by the ,engineers and different departments . . ,of, the coIlege. Mr. Fisc',er entered fourevents, winning first in the rnn- " niiig" higlv, first in tle tlree standing broad jump% secoud in the two mile Ytfn and third hIthe one mile run, scoring 14 points, more thou any of the other engineers made. SCHOOL NOTES o Fourth eade--Percy Sulltns. Fifths-Christine Kurz, Eleanora . Llntz, I'rescilla Mayhill, Anna Scan- tan. Charles Kurz, Clyde Pitt. Sixth--Mildred Greer, [,nolle Rule, : Clarence Wehrle, Ralph Mayhill Seventh--Bernard Kurz. Hiida I{uhn, Clarence Tchudy, Albert .ncen inslate. t Andy Mnldoon. petit inreeney. ftrieken with leaveIo ra-hlstal.. Mary Stevel. araud larent.y with leave to reilstate. Edward Marshall, r,isting au ollleer, c.ntin4ed with alias. Ch,'lr]e Greene. (olllldenee .nie. al$o forgery and uttering, co;tlinuad will alias. Charle Puiliam, h'trfflary, ann- tinned wilh alias. Scott Gadeky, rape continued with alias. Andrew Diekerson, continued 01| IllOlion O1" tlefe,dant, recognizaqee to relnain ill force. Alextlnder White, rape, eontianed with alias. Alexander Wiite, rape, ccntiuued with alias. John Eugelmeyer,.rape, continued on moti-n of defe.dari,t. Joseph F. Edwards. grand larceny, two cases, cuntinned with alias. A. J. Horn, embezzlement and larceny, continuadwitti alias Charles Stewart and Henry Sutil- erland, stricken With leave to re- instate. Kllzabeth l)annaman, appeal, motion Uy defendant to disntiss ,ppeal. Eaward Just vs Jacob Leicht, fore- clostre, report of sale filed in vaca- tion, approved. Barbara Far met(s Louis Farmer, separate maintenance, hill dismissed by complainant and costs paid. Amelia Knothoff vs Louis Knol- heft; separate maintenance, bill dis- missed at cost of plaintiff. H.Gelly jr. et al vs E L Matthews et al, ssumpsit, dismissed at cost of plaintiff. H. O. Jones, Public Administrator etc., vs Joseph Soaetth tt'ver, con- tinued ou motion of defendant for purpose el taking depositions. Arnold Keister and J L Nieolay vs Ohio Oil Co. et el, damages, contin- ued for want of declaration. Morris L Sternberzer vs B H XVil. llama t al. foreclosore, report of re- ceiver filed in vacation approved, re- ceiver dismissed and cause stricken. Eliz J Watts, uardian of C Watts, vs '.V B Smith et ai, decree for a jtntgementfor$2,lll.32 In favor of plsintiif, and to James H Clark for $I,124.19 on second mortgage. Sale ordered if not paid Within twenty days The People, etc. vs Carlyl, Sehnell and David Shade. Trz&l by jury. De- fendants found guilty and sentenced to60 days In jail and to pay a fine of $250 eaeh. Thedefoadants are the parties who tried to drown out Chas. Hahn and fsmily, who lived in the Schnell house in Carlyle, one night last summer by stealing bose from he fire engine house and attaching it tea fire hydrant, the details of which were publisha.i in this paper. Another ease is pending against the defendants. rhejury fixed the prop- erty damage at$13 instead ot$15, to keep from sending tlv defendants to the penitentiary. A jury was seleeted in the Becket will case yesterday and the hearing of testimony will be begun to-day. CHURCH N01ES, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH O.W. FISHER, PASTOR. Sunday Sclrool 9:30 a.m. Sermon 10:30. "Hear ye the wordoI the Lord, For it alone can lead to honor and Eternal life," Children's hour 2 p. m. Young Peoples 7 p. m. tubject last Sabbath night,"Howtlle Christian uses his Bible." It brougit out the fact that the word of God was not appreciated as it should be. Miss Myrtle Hill had charge of the meetl'ug, attd co was small, resting and pro- lath evening Is ,, ) 'sue it. Ieter: though the attendance Pupils neither absent or tardy du'r- the service was interesting and pro- ing the scimol term ending. May 28, fitable. 1913: Topic for next Sat)bath evening Secondgrade--Wiuifre,IFidler. "Seek Peace and pursue it." Peter: Third gradS--Joseph Mihlhauser, 3:9:]8. Col'rio Mitflhau ser.  ..... = ....... T00[HIOH tIA.BSLER I]E NtNC CO, Prop gnsmers Constntly Supplied with our First-Class TEACHERS EXAMINATION i ADMIISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ES- The,'e wilt be an examiaation of / TATE, al)plicants for second grade eertifi-[. cotes held at the C.,lyIe High ,'4e dO B tic in,, dO Satnr(tav, Ju e state of 2 I!nots.) ss ? "  )llty )/tJl lit I11 "" 14th A. I). l!q,. Also at tile ballle ie Ihe COllaly CollrI. Msy Term A. D. 1913. thne all(| i)laee tile litlltl exallliLlation Z.T. ltemick ex(.vut-t or tl, estat.e of Anna Of' the ])III)ils of tile llng'r:lded st]hot)IS 51 Sch,tg. ,eeea:vd, ()f th, County, will be held. Teach- , et who hilv'.) tailed i ,3Plld Ihv (D'etre S,.hr/,: ll:aid Sohra .laenb Sehra. ["li;'mbvlh Mirth, r. I)ttvbi Clans, Vl]l[alll lion- tanles and a(ldreses ,,f the 1)tlpils of their sc]:(mls ",.via. pa-ed the CHIII';I , exalnimttirm, held il! 5'tel"oh of Ihis year will pletzse do so at on('e. F.xaminations will begin gt 9:30 a. D| "No one shall bo aulhorized )r om- tll.yed lot.?a(.h il the cOIlltl|l)ll etn.,l of tills ,'t'tle. or shall receive for hltlli. [12Zle {hllll'lJt'l . NIIIIII? l')lth;llll , 14 . E. |)II}IHIII. lVl, [it!lhlllll .In t] }ll}llHl/} }ter. Ftlilll l'tHl[HLll| II,,nrv ll(ll]l Inl. ()l'arhs |(i]l- ham. Aitwrt Ih),d;tm. ',wu]le (,llh/l|l. (.'V Botht:l;. Carl I],)nhanl F l. Ioii)lalll. ROb- t.r, ('ht.g. %V,]D.r St.]lrtg, WiIli-,irt H .Chl'tt-! allr| El[it [{ollhlll . PcLition to sell real csall (o pay dzbts. |" vir[llO .f I O!',h,r P]II dor-rt.: of tilt! COHIHy [')llll f ('[iqUll (:Ottllly. IIlinfi, ma e I1 I II I'oi}hl)!i of tilt' litl]r/iL{l(41. OXt('nHw of eaehltl} tlHy I)art Ot tilt)' l)ll}l[ie ,th,.cs:nlaol AIHta ,1 Svhrag. decea.od to pay School t'tlll(] %ht s IIoL lit te:l:61 ei2"h- d(?|ll.i, xhi..h dent,(, wa t'lllt, rttd ir the 31ny [;PPII yf}31'. ,' of il(' 1[" IL lilt[l|. )[' t4(,ve|l- 'l'-,rlll A (} l!ll tIS:III LOIIII. 'O Wit: O11 tIH (tell y,ars of no,,, it t| ',Vi,IIltI|. \\;V I I,I,[A.M ,) |)IINST()N. (J,uny  tll)e l'i iI Le l||l (ll t Oh! Ye of Ihe Sweet Tooth Whether middle aged or young, We have Confections here Of which praise is often sung. The variety is full Complete The quality, the best you meet-- Surroundings, Sanitary,Neat. Confections--the kind you'll like to eat. -)lh day .|" 3|av. A .,, /913 l .hal]. oil MONI) Ah'. JL'NE h;ih. 1913_ |)e|,%v((..n };' Ii(tllr of loll )C11)(} Ill IhP fore [IOOIk llll] [] V( ;'(|O{'k ilt L[Io l|'[2rIloon Of Slli(] I]1% SIllL [o COII3111'ItI t!I ] o'('loQk ill tht. [IPl-. i1()Oll ,oI! It I tHII']iC II:  TO lilt' hl*]l(S| roIit)lt- sible hl,h](,r, n InL' prt.lnise ill .aid C(}UlILY,t] ( I'ldlw]/l ,|t,,'ril) d r,,l] o,!I.p. )_17,-]| ; I,Ot$ O,I- (11 lllk,] "I'.V  (' "l Hh,ck Sg'vo|l (' il| ;'ttli. .!2t'1", I iIlll I) t5 lit '4 1|(| iOll LO :]l,, [)WI} --11(/" ('Ly--of 'l'rt'nU,II. ill tiinton UI)llill" tl]ilnd f)l| Ih' oLh)wJIIL |el'lls: ()llt,-ht|]f lN]l. I).'t[- #Ill('(' oil ,1, In,)Lithe |t|111, wilh }L])|:IOVCd S,'t- Cll FItV PI|V]i2L KI . ill IO 1)ly all filh oil dry lqltd this 15th day of May. A. D, V.|13 Z T. REMICK. Fx(cil[or ()f []1 estat0 of fl. llUtl 3I. Sc]lrsff. deceased [:ORD & JONES, Attys PROFESSIONAL D. % Z--8 PHYSICIAN AND 8URGRON. Specia'. attenlzon lo,Diseses of Eye (G!asso), Ear, Nose and Throat. Ptto HE 140. TItENTON, ILLINOIS. .... 11r I[ I, I I ] I'll I R. W. R. STEFFENS DENTIST. FARMERS BANK BUILDING. TRENTON, ILLINOIS. Office Phone Bell No. 580. B Summer I I ...... Irl' C ts , v orse made of light weight but strong net- ring, firmly reinforced, and $1.00 on fashionable lines. Price Fancy ParasoIs for Ladies. Come in Tans, Navy Blue and Green, with Bal, d o sol:d color, or floral 98C design. Each White Ratine Hats for Children All the rage. serviceable. Each Bu!garian00Satins Good patterns. Yard wide. White Cotton Voile Neat an:t _ 50C Per yard $1.00 Fine sheer quality, 40 inch wide, 25c Per yard New. Curtain Scrims Eichtr. Eighth--Ralph Pitl,Etuel Sk inner. ]borat4a.l,eutviler, Ran Anderson. High School--Marguerite Rie|nan n tinge Rule, Rudolpl Kurz, Irene Harpstrit0., Coruelia Vhie, Nita Chatillon Papils reti::vhtg Palmer Button ere Arnohl Gieseke. Mildred (Ireor, lel Vogt, Leuore iiemann, Flor- ence Bnehler, Hilda Kuhn. Pupils receiving Pahner Pins were Annie Kocnneck,,, Prescilla Mayhill :Elsie Pitt, Charles Kurz. NIA RRIAGIE I,.]OIrNSIES. IIAkMI, :RIgID]KNGI, D R, E. G. SCHb: ITT. Very pretty. Yard AckermannBuilding.,,Baden,Ill Dress Percales Office No. 26, Kinloch Phone{ Re,idence 57o.36. LI00T00N @, H. IESBKB OPTIGIAN Do you know that, with the stnle exceptiou of Chicago, East St. Louis is the greatest railroad center lathe UuitedStatT It is. Spectacles and Eye Glasses Fitted to Do you know that East St. Louis All Forms of Defective Vision. ires the largest horse and mule mar- PRICES $1.00 AND UP. kotin the world? It has. Do you know that iu spite of en- Bell Phone 1080 TRENTON, ILLINOIS. vious knockers, It has grown faster than any other city iu the west and isnow the seond city in Illinois? J, j. SCHUSTER It's so. Do you know that money placed SUG6.ESTIVE THERAPEUTIST, iere wll bring 'ood returns and is far safer asan investment than land Cures All Cases that can be Cured Without Either Drug or Knife. For Terms, Copdittons and Methods c)ncerning dur Ireatment, write or ak for Circulars. TRENTON, ILLINOIS. i in Texas, Florida, Pike's Peak or Patagonia? lt'a fact. come in and see me and let us talk Jt o,er. Good 6 per-eeut real estate loans for sale. Oeo. ,5. Caughlan RealEetate, Insurance and Loans. Second Floor Murphy Building, E&ST ST. LOUIS, ILl,. - Adjustment Notice. Nottee Is hereby "given that tha undersigned Executrix of the Estate of John M gutre, Deceased, wlU appear before the County Court of Clinton Couaty, sitting for probate business, on MONDAY, JULY ]4TILl913. Curtain Scrims and Etamines in Cream and White, with Dainty Floral Border. 25C PORTRAITS Special desizns in Mountings aud Folios. We respectfully lucite your inspection of our work. TRENTON STUDIO openon Second and LastiSat-: at which time all persons haying claims agalns satd estateare requested to attend for the par urday and Sunday of each pose of having the same adjusted. All parson 1Tlonth. All other days at Indebted tosaid estate are requested to make Immediate pyment to the uderslgnod. New Baden. Dated this 29th day of May, A. D. 19|3. MARY E. MEGUIRE, fine. Linseed Oil, ai n t Bru shes TRENTON LAOER BEER Etc. ,, .... _ i 111 .r ........ ! ...... = nc;00l We have just received a shipment of that Extra Fa CANDY AT 10c PER LB. 30 inches wide, Grays and Blues, Per yard 8C OINZEL 00ERCANTILE CO/'IPANY SA E THE CORN Are you prepaired to trap and destroy the Chinch Bugs, or will you let them eat your corn? Last year many used the TAR LINES to keep them from getting into the Corn fields, and found it practical. Have you that TAR ready to begin operations when you NEED IT? The price will be the same aslast year. ORDER NOW: Will not guar- antee delivery in time after lune 7th. TONY HARPSTRITE, NEW BADEN, ILLINOIS, 5.29-I8 Exeeucrlx. ........ Hagele's Art Studio, " - . ............. _ ,-.. For Stomaher and IIII. Ii" " [  testlnal Allments, Appendl. '  ..... :'...i/ itis and Gall Stones l.  ]I? If )'OU are suffering frOm thee aihne and I A 1   t..._'. "" " t-- :" ' dose of Mayr'e Wonderful Stomach Remedy, the * * " % i most widely known Remedy for Stomach, Liver Stomach. Diatxesa After Eating, Nevotne, ..<@."'" A FUI,L LINE;OF " Devoo'00 Arco00um Easy to P00ll Stumps Paint, BarnPaint, Buggy Pain t Southern White Lead, Turpen- ",:'yOtl have a Rumely-Olds Engine to help  Itndoes many other jobs just as well e and we will tell you about it--tell many things you will be glad to learn- er it willdo---how cheap itworks and how soon, bigjobs are finished. Get one now, today. I ;,: can't come and see us, let us know and we will-eithd call o you or send y o a catalog, describing the engine in detail. e're here to seroe 3ou; ,,' give us t]w chanc& e! Peisenoue Catarrhal, Muoeld and Bil! lteoro- tlons removed by Ip'l Wondl Stomach RemoW, Dizziness, Fainting Spells, Sick Headache. Consti- patlon, Congested end Torpid Liver, Yellow Jann- dice, Appendieitle, and Gall Stones, will positively convince you of ite geat powers to cure. It has cured thousands of sufferers; it has saved may llve; it has prevented many damgerous mar- gieal operatione.Putit to atest.Try one doetonight. Let one dose prove its great merit. You are not and are offering for the next few days the finest selection of Candies ever shown in this city, consisting of CREAM FUDGE, COCOANUT BeN BONS, CANDY CHERRIES, CREAM COVERED DATES, CREAM CHOCOLATE DROPS. "1-1'rman Mank, 29 ...... ;.New Baden tY antel, 29 ....... , ..... , " *William Halstenberg ..... Centralia Emia Meyer .................. Lake ALL AT 10o PER POUND F. W, KURZ. Pure Food Grocery.: asked to take this Remedy for weeks befor you feel benefited--one dose will convince you that it hould cure you. Prepa.. by Gee. H. Mayr,  f:e'. Chemist, 154-13 Whiting St., Chicago. For sale iu Trenton by Gee. Ret)e Druggist. Wl Monken Merc. and Implement SUMMERFIELD, ILLINOIS. I t r t tt t t