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SO DECEPTIVE [ Many Trenton People Fail to Realizel the Seriousness. Backacl)e is o deceptive. It comes aud goes--keeps youi g&apos;u essi11. Learn the cause--then cure it. Possibly it's we,k kidneys. That's wily l)oalds Khhey PHls are so effective. We present the following case as pro,if: Mrs. H. Hever. Y S. West St.. Hellevlil,% 111., says: "[ kln)W tha D,)nns Kidney Pills lie- I11) to the Make sure before you buy that you get in quality all that you pay for. The buggy that will not stand up and give service ar, d atisfaction and long life to the user is not cheap at ,'my price. It's costly in the long run. So, for youz own good, before you buy Cempa-eComparc--- That's the test of value honest coraparimn, ClalnlS llH,d for theln alad do ilO{. Better Take No Chances backades and when I stooped, a Make sur sharp pa|D Wellld [tart across my The bug kidneys. I also had headaches ald long life dizzy spells. VVben ! heard of run. $o, l)onlea Kidney Pills, I decided to Compare. ive them a trial. i We have here in stock a v:ell-eelected ! assortment of tbc-newest and latest style [][ Ill " BUGGIES" Ill "1 7- .  -  __// Us show you the class and char- ] [\\;.- _- -\\;- --:-. aeter of material used--the Ill [" _'-- ---- :. methods of construction--how V--x-'<'/x.// "AnNr BUGGmS" ge III X//Dk)J\\; \\;//\ ironed and braced--how the7 Ill " are upholstered, painted and [1[ . finished. Then get our price [1[ and go and see if there is any other place you can duplicate our [U ,BANER BUGGY" values. [[1 If you will investlgate---and that's what we want you to do--we will get [ the business, for we can save you in your purchase a clean, clear 40%. and at the same time give you style and quality that's way ahead of what ] the others can furnish. " ][[ Come in and see for yourself. That's all we ask. W TONY HARPSTRITE, [ !I ..... : .: # 1 .J=6 1918 Jos. Glanzner & Son ] Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums By decree of the United States Circuit Court the E. L DuPont de Powder Company has been divided into three companies. Among other factories, the DuPont Powder Mill at Belleville, Ill. has been given, by decree of the Court, to the Hereafter 00ow00or Company . the powd kegs from this mill will be marked They helped me __ frmithofirt n,I in a short time I . ,. ATLAS instead of Pfl)ff005 wa Ild of nly trouble. Durl,g the past ten years I have had 11o Iurttler " * ao,ef,,l'ou, p,aint. _ The powder m these kegs will be manufactured by the For sale by ,11 dealers. Price 50 ' " cents. Fo-t,,r-Millbuln Co., Buffalo, same workmen with the same machinery and of the same New York, sole agents for the Unit- , . ed ,tates. . hxgh grade materials as an the past and wxll contanue to be tenlelnl)er the name--Dean's--ann , -- . . take ,,,, otber. ot the same superior quahty as. has always been made at Belleville. Aria, Powder Company, Belleville, Ill. I UIililIUil UiiLi!IIILIi/00 z000t w00ht st Mo. : A, SCHWARTZ &, SON, PROP S,  Main Office, Wilmlntoa, LktL  > Trenton, Ill.,R.F.D. No. 2. ,[" Will Deliver Butter and . -  '-" ---- --------: ........... -" - - - , - i,'" ....  GIVE US A TRIAL. |E/ AlinM.hltom''lto Wnli.mE./     | ll O ' __ ...... ..,., ....... i Emma Barn0tt to D. F. Fischer w ii./r_,l00lXI l00t/J J'JBlJDVJ-. | hlfblk 11, Schlafly add to Carlyle, Hunting , Fishing, Swimming or] warranty $4,000. Dl..,.r,,., Aft ....... Dl.. , rta,:*,- trespassing on thereat Mineproper. I ......... n DIIIUtI, iVlOWlS, l.ttkC ellis Iffllll::, t,, the farms of L C l{temann, J.I eorge ttOllenKamp eo rterma C"Elsenmayer and I-Ienry Berger] H. Imming, sw qr ne qr sw qr se qr Ll,', h .... ,,t veohr,*  rr |nnl A that wll ..rl . t,,.,oa ,o,.teao+ -f this ellv t - .. r. - - I' " "'*" a .................................. - s-" .............. -, ." nw qr see 2tt.2-o, warranty t. " he De ri etrietlyforblddeu.-Anyperon do- &." ............. vorably known farm machmery--t e ng-and ected In any. of the abOTl named " :?l;nwt:trwamrt:rdmm: have same on display ready for your inspection at our acts on premzses nameaw oq p os Ing z q q q t . ecuted by the following named par- sw qr nw qr see 202-5, warranty Warehouse. Remember the Deermg Binder Twane has ties. $12,000. the'reputation ot being the best Twine on the market. Orafeman Dairy Co. FLOWER8 FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS. Undertaking Carefully Attended To. 4 AT EICHER'S A new lot of fancy patterns in Dimities, Voiles and Tissue in Summer Dress Goods. Come and see them, 10c to 15c. A new lot of rowels, 5c to 25c. Barber Towels at 5c. A new lot of Men's Dress and Work Shirts at 50c to $1.00. : A new line of Good Suspenders, 25c to 50c. A new lot of Caps for Men and Boys at 25c to 50c. Don't forget that Summer Underwear--the time's now here. We have the best Union Label $3.50 Shoe for Men in the city-- Black and Tan, Lace or Button. We carry ire brands of Flour, of which some have the Union Label, and all of best quality. [ 1 ................. -- _( ......................... L --_ ! ......... ' ......... L ..... Z t A WONDERFUL GROWI HI ,,'1 ** Within the three months I have beea m" business I have out- g/. $ grown my store room. , WHY? $ "I?ause I believe in small profits and many sales" " I now occupy the whole building of which I formerly occu- r* pied one room. That oughtett  SPseokfor itself. Whenever you i come this way step in and 1 m y)u he most up-to-date _ ** store in town. * MY MOTTO: "Live and let live," and I can sell you any- . thing you want at fair prides. * . t .- George C. Anheuser, General Store, : " i * SUMMERFIELD, ILLINOIS. *" :.OOOO4e OO4vOOOO OOOO@O@@O@ OOOOO@@@O0000q, 000@0004) FARMERS, TAKE NOTICE! ) We extend to(he Farmers an invitation to call and in,pect our large and complete line of Farm Machinery now on display. , We are prepared to fill your want in this line, just re-  ceiveda car load of Farm Implements, including  tl Aver] and Rock Island Stalk Cutters, Oliver and R(ck Island Plows, Satley and Rock Island Planters and Cultivators, I -Milwaukee Binders, Mowers and Rakes, [ , Gundlach and Sucker State Drills, Osborne Spring Tooth Harrows, t Clover Leaf. Manure Spreaders, L.C. ttlemann Philip Hopflnger Ed Haurey. Gee. Smith CORREC rED IVIRY THU].DAY Wheat, per bushel, new ...... :$ 10 Corn t  ............... 56 Oat " ..... 34 Corn Meal per ' ............. 90 Hogs, per lb ............... 7c to .08 Cattle, per lb ........... 4c and .tt5A Calves, per Ib ..................... 07h Potatoes, per bE. new .......... 70 Onions, per bushel ............. 50 Eggs, per dozen .............. 16 Breakfast Bacon, per ............ 22M Coantry Lard, per lb ............ 11 Hams, sugar cured, per lb ...... 20 Hams, couutrycured per b... 15 Country Bacon, per lb .......... :122 Shoulders, per lb .............. 12 Butter,country, per lb good . .30 " creamery, per ib ........ 35 Chickens. Hens per lb ..... .... 12 Roo)ers, ohl terlb ............ 08 ]913 Spring Chickens ....... 23c, 25c lb. Geese ......................... .C0 Ducks, per lb ................. 11 Young D uqks ................... 15 Geese ................... 11 Salt, per barrel ............. I 50 TIgeons, er dozen ............. 75 Pimothy Hay, per ton ....... ]5.00 Clover Hay, per ton ......... 10.00, Coal t mine,per bushel ....... 10 Old Iron, per hundred lbs ...... 30 John StoffwasiuTaenton Sunday morning. (]eo. Staaake was in New Baden Sunday mormng. F. W. Trippel and family were in New Bvden Sauday. Ben Zimmermann of New Baden called on the tel Bros. G. W. Ruth sd family were in :New Baden Sullday afternoon. Fred ()sterwisell of Believill call- e(a on Walter Harpstrite Sunday. Win. ZJmnel'z)al)n and w|fe were Herman A. Steffens to Erwin Krae- met', part sw qr ne qr see 19-2-5, war- ranty $2,200. Bernard Thole to Herman C. Rohl- tng, nhlfseqrandehlfne qrsec6- 2-4, warranty $14,500. Martin Hasting to A. Plack Carr, h 3, 4,5 and 6 blk 8, New Memphis warranty $265. Sara H. Webster to Hugh Wilson lotl5, blk 1, Webster Grove, war- ranty $125. JohnE. Ryan to MaryA. Brown part lot Ii3, blk 13, Lower Carlyle warranty $200. Mary A. Brown to C. C. Hooks et al part lot 113 and part lt 1!4, blk 13, Lower Carlyle, warranty $250. Claristian Em g to Henry Herstein lot8, blk6, Win. Lewis Ist add to original Trenton, warranty $500. PROBATE GOURT PRQt=EEDIN(= Estate of Bernar(i Wuebbels, cer- tificate of publication of adjustment notice tiled and approved. Inven- tory filed and approved. Estate o1 Fred Wurm, certificate of publicatiou of adjustment notice, filed and approved. Wdows select- iou filed and approved. Estate of Valentine Spelser certifi- cate of publfcatitm of adjustment no- tice filed and approved. state of Antou Dietz, petition filed to have heirship determined. Hearing set for July 8th, noti,.e, to be given by publication. Estate of Henry Koebbe, certifi- cate of publioatiop, ot adjustment notice filed and approved. Estate of Theodore Bleisch. cer- tlflcateofpnblicati0n of adjustment notice filed and approved. Estate of Ross Nettles, will was allmitted to probate and ordered re- corded. Letters testamentary issued toG. W. Netles and Charles Net- ties as provided by will. Bond for $10,000;flled and approve. Henry 'ltlnal|n, Johu Ioetter|ug and . (. Janett appointed apt)raisers. All property is left to tle widow during le1"life. After her death the same in ew Badou Saturday afternoon, goes to{;ho cliildre, it eqtlal part, Estate of Patrick Mei\\;lahon, ill Mrs. John SIoffal)(l ehildren visit- <it :t*-d *- " rebate and oz,ler-(I I- ', . -  a tJt El: t, p' ' " v "r- ed with homelolksat AVlt()n 2uu- corded. Letters testatnentarv issued as3 . to It. P. Farrell. Bond Ice $1(}0 filed Peter LeE,let waslu Trenton Mort-tend approved. Alll)rot)erty is left (tar. evening, taking rise irls out ttoCatharilteAgnes McMahou, niece rl(llDg, [ of eSt. Lt,uis. Julius Zi,ck delivered a load of I lstatoof Henry Schlantmaun wil hay to his father at New Baden last I admitted to probate ann ordered re- Thursda3. corded. Lettrstestamentaryisued Several of McKee attended tbelto Fred Schlantmanu. Bond f():. Chinch Bug Meettug at Trentou]$6,0o0ttledan(iapproved. luvet0ery Monday evellil)g, ]filed and approved. All property is M.s ",,. x ...... ., ..... a ^,.:a /left to l red eAlantnaf)n who is di- let cl don lullu.  ) , ] rect(l to T)a) ooUtorancesehlant "-  1 :i gler and wife " ' " ' " .onday afternoon. I- : . .. , M :lanu when ste becomes of age aud o $)00 for roiy tasses. Hemau'F ehtmsnn and|his men] .................. O[ eW l{aden al'o husv el'oattnr g I Estate el vvl|Jjal.n J-l+ ttOlle, cer- n w h s "for the " -'1" ";r "-'" ] tiflc{te of publicatl0u of adjustluOUt e ell e ' eel. u xs os. ' ... . . ; "ia "'al- - t t" " i" j n(}tiee ille1 anra approved lnventor ' S- " l't 'pstrl O all 1 I11111 ly fib-el nd nm.n-,d attended tbe (30tnmeneeu:ent exer- - ......... ,-v ........ eisesat Trenton last Vtednesday Petition forsewer in Genitalia, a. ovelllng', sessment roll liled, cause COlltil)ued for leu'al n()tieo "tlld cbnflrmation to John Baehmann the road eomlnl,s- Wednesday, June Y.5. loner is doing soehe seral)In in the I Weber & Dtmme Wagons,  Suraafeldt Bros,Cre'ktbisb"iUweek.east or th- Se- 1 Emerson and Lion Buggies, Etc. ;- Tile Far,nets are busy cul,ivalnz .  eorn, aud making elover hay, ths , dry weather and the green bugs cut 4 See us before buying elsewhere and Get Our Pries. [tl)e clover o, op rather short, '   A, C.Brefeld the. Hardware mtm HENRY BASSLER New Baden, Ill [i of TreE,o,, de,,voro,l, n.w Gas,,- ) " liue Stove to Mrs. Chas. Harpetrite rtra , ,E:.-r) )  last Monday tn his uew ant2moblle. / Estate of James 8. Forrest ordered that Jotm T. Hogan, Maun ald Joil)t A. ThOUlaS be al)t)oiHted as ap- praisers. Estate of Bernard H. Santel. psH tiDE filed for probate of will and hear- lEg set for Monday, June 23rd. The usual request lo judgment fist deliuquent taxes was made by Coun- ty Treasurer Krebs. Now IS the time to place your order. We also carry in stock a full line of the Celebrated John Deere Riding, Walking and Disc Cultivators, and Oliver Walking and Riding Cultivators. We have ust placed in stock a full line of Automobile Tires ;? We have Tires to fit any make of Automobile at reasonable prices. Give us a trial when m need of a New Tire. -- ---- ---- --.= - =., - ,-- -.= : c_- -=" Johnston Binders and Mowers o PLYMOUTH TWINE o o i Janesville Riding. !:Walking aud Disc o CULTIVATORS. o : The above named machinery have no equal. If in : need of a new Bnder call and let us .xplain to you the : many good points about the Johnstoa arm why it is the : best on the market. To avoid trouble with your Binder 'o Twine be sare to buy the Plymouth. Prices reasonable. g Our Harness and Saddlery Department is complete. See us if you want to buy an Automobile. oWm Monkea 2 " Our Motto: " auick Sals und Small Profits" Come and give me a Trial Order and I am sure you will be satisfied with any of my line of Fresh and Cured Meats, Home-made Sausages, Lard, Etc i Open Saturday Evening: till 8 o'clock, Sundays till 9 A.. t YOURS FOR BUSINESS, " L JOHN