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? .... i , i lu, ,, ''''* AND i ; This is a great White Season and we are prepared t meet your wants with the most fashionable White High and Low Shoes. PUMPS at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 BOOTS at $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 You will find what you want at the Shoe Store in Tan and White Footwear. _Come in and look li them over, iH GIESEKE Exchsive Shoe Dealer.  Trenton, Illinois These are Direct from Factory Purchases and will save you money galvanized Steel Stook Tank $3.66 / $1ma Proteotors protection from rain. tmow and biting winds, Made hvy rubber drill with large lize celluloid window. Can be .% attached or detached in about ne minute. Wa have many styles allof the imvroved latest . ' t,,."tees , frum .oo o el'*Og to aa low as... .......................... qiPli|V hli Betting Grindstone $3.16 .] "Every farmer, mechanic in d blacksmith should nave tins hdy article. Has a steel ame with comfortable metal seat. Had light running tatt- Iarfnn. complet.e with 20in. best quahty vur 1xlce at factor'ius  I1 as illustrated ........  tl I Sm We usa only lull weldht Io. 20 gauge galvanized best quality sheet steel in our tanks. All tanks closely rivet. thoroughly soldered and Law attgle rims at top and llom. We can furmsh all slses nt as low price as anyone quotes. Ou pee r3-[t. d/ameter by 2-ft. high round   ttmk .................................... nV [lll T "sam thsurfacedroofinl r. made of pure asphalt, ]Put  up in rolls 0f 1,08 q. ft. end - : - our price incmocs necessary cement for laps and nails to lay it. It is 1 ply in thickness, , --,..m.. weighs about 3,5 lb, to th roll Don't conhtse this offer With others WhO RELIABLE FULL RUBBER DRILL BUGGY quot 6imtlarly low price on eottds or d'li'fA 't ]Kmember our nrloe, er r011 p| TOP, Heavy Rubber Side Curtains, Wool Faced Lhllng, weighs 48 lbs. Aflrst-classTop, and a price competitors can't meet. At V'a00tory ................... 00,t,.ov Enameled Drill Buggy Top ..$$.35 Ironed Buggy Shafts $1.60 Our stock of poles and shafts tar buggies or surries  .I "k is most complete. Our  " prices are as low as auyotm =_ quotes on_guaranteed . N- quality. You can select from our blg stock lust the style shaft yo wish. Hera is an example of our lowprices. Standard ironed bu4dy shafts, made of good quality hickory ironed | It complete, no painted. /zo 1 x 2 ha. q]}ISUU Robert Schmid was a St. Louis caller la, "Wednesday. Miss Hilda Wittmann of Belleville Sundayed with friends here. Oscar Malh'ich and Clara Peter were Belleville callers Tuesday. Mrs. Otto Teiel,mann and child- ren of Belleville are visiting relatives here. ,allace and Herbie Harpstreith of St. Louis called on h.)me folks a few days. Gussle Blaetz of St. Louis spent ,aturday#nd Sunday with relatives here. Mrs. Fred Trippel anddanghter Cintra were Trenton callers last Wednesday. Mis Florence Weilerof St Louis ,'isitd with K. Phtllips and family Miss Gohlib[Haskins of Belleville is spending a few days with friends here. Henry Mann and Gee. Eberlein of Masco)]tah [[spent Sunday with Philip Mann, Mrs. Clara Teichmann of BelleviIle called on relatives and friends a few days last week. Miss Lottie Mueller of Trenton ts spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. John 1allrleh. $ul. Trippel and family and Mrs. Fred Trippel spent last Friday with Ed. Trlppel and family at O'Fallon. Mrs. L. Hartwick and daughters Elsie and Tillie of Bellevilie were the guests ofGeo. Monken and fami- ly Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hy. Butz,)w, son Arnold and| daughter Chrlsthm of St. Louis returned home Sunday af- ter a weeks visit with relatives here. l|lss Stella Schafl of St. Louis Mr. and Mr. Arthur Ward and slaugh- ter Violet of Belleville were the guests ofEd. MeClane and family a few days. Mr, and Mrs. Jul. Zesch and son Raymond dud Miss Lela Abegg of St. Louis and gentleman friend James Reeder of Lincolu, Ill., visited with J. Abegg and family a few days. Following were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Bachmann st. Sun- day: Conrad Baclmann and family, and John Bachmann and family of Belloville and Lizzie and Katie Stolz of St. Lout.% lll ].l. During the month of May we give a Brass Spring arty .a. Bottom, large Screw Opening Oiler with ever gallon of extra quality M I' | [t | ka Prices 30c to 35c, ac- icording to qualiCy. USE MOTOR SPII,?IT 5 FOR YOUR AUTO 10 per cent cheaper than Gasoline and 15 per cent more power. This s going to take the place of Gasoline for Automobiles. THE QUALIT'Y STORE "[RE00TOH "Both Phones" I"00IDN'T you know there was 1J such a thing as a lucky wedding ring:* Ask your married friends. Or i nqtfire of any lucky couple who have been joined in holy matrimony with a ring bought at TInS store. re have them at all prices ald in all weights, -- everyone a harbinger of good luck. Come in--both cf you. C, H. GIESEKE JEWELER and OPTICIAN. TRENTON, ILL The OHicial Tests show Dr. Price's Baking Powder Is be most eUicient in strength, ot highest purity and healtM00ess o 00B!'ps I BAKiN6POWliER No No Ph0s#ate o! Lime he purchased from theBeil Telephoue Co., from Breese to Trenton. Ben Boetug a farmer north of town delivered a drove el 60 head of sleep to H. H. Imming Monday who shipped them by local freight the same day to East St. Louis Nation- al Stock yards. ST, TXM00..I00,FZ00.LD Robt. Ruth is all smiles on account of a baby girl which arrived at their home reee,tly. eorge Monkeu went to St. Louis, Monday, to get an automobile,gwhieh he delivered at New Baden, (3. Dettweileronr local carpenter went, to O'Fallon, Tuesday, to stake off the ground for a new house for Oliver Joseph, principal of our public schools. Looks a httle sus- picious. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Welnerth of Granite City came out Saturday eve- ningforavisit with relatives. Mr. Weinerth returned Sunday evening, while Mrs. Weinerth remained for a more extended visit. Mr. an.d Mrs. Dettweiler of St. Louis came out Saturday morning to visit rtlatives. ' Ou Sumisy they went to Lebanon for a visit with Mr. Dettweiler's sister, Mrs. David Stoddard. Mary Setumacher. aged 80 years Mrs. A. Shirmer, Mrs. F. Funch ' died in St. Louis, taaturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. CIms. ,Vess and Miss May 31. The funeral was held fi'om the residence of her sister-iu-law, Mrs. Win. Schumacher at this place Tuesday. The deceased had been totally blind since she was tweuty years of age. Roy Murray has beeu hired teacher for this school. Johu Beek and family spent l)eco-[ rati,m day as Lebaoou. Miss Cord Guyot is visiting her sister Mrs. Hy. Kaofmann. [ / Annie and Emil Dittmer were] Sundayguestsat the home of Loretz Kuhu. The drought has not been broken up this way yet. The crops certain- Iy look bad. Mrs, E.C. Viucent of Bl'eee is making a visit with Harry Ruble and family. Robert audCalvin Lee and sister Miss Bernice visited in Trenton Friday evening. Mantis Hobbs and sister Mrs. MyrtleBlacet, returned home from St. Louis Tuesday. Mrs. MaryPower* of Pocahontas visitedwitt] her sister, Mrs. Harry Murray a few clays the pat week. LeSLie Wilson of Belleville anti Mrs. E. O. Frohmann of St. Louis spent a few days at the of Robert Schmidt arid family. Hermau Mank and" Mrs Katie Santeloftere were united in marri- age Tuesday mornin in the St. Georges Church by Rev. Toennis at 8 o'clock. Miss Pauline Heinzmann a cousin of the bride dud Win. Mask a brother of the groom were the at- tendants. After the ceremony a weddin bre0,kfast took place at the tmme of thebridc, after whictt they left onahoney moon trip to Noko- mis. We wish them a happy mar- ried life. She "Nyal Hustlers" (lef(0ted the "Faired Boys" by the .iecisive score of 18 to 4 Sunday. The Nyal Hust- lers have lost but one game this ueason. They are the fst(_t team lew Baden has had for years "rod although in the 16 year ohi class are afraid of no team. For games ad- dresser telephone M. C. Hoeffken, New Baden. Ills. the Nyal Hust- lers play at Germantown next Sun= day. 00VZS'L'O00 Chas. Modry of O'Fallou called on friends Friday. B. J. Lager made a trip to St. Louis Monday. August Bassler of Trenton was a caller here Tuesday. Valentine Krauseof McKeetnade a call here Tuesday. ' John Thalmaun of St. Iose is paieting the hospital. H, J. Holtkampmade a business trip to Carlyle Saturday. Louis Welz of Tl'enton made his rounds selling cigars Saturday. Henry Bitter Yr. spe,t several days wilh relatives iu St. Louis. Jt, ln Stow and family of McKee on home peoI)le here Sunday. Charles Coyle is spending a two yeeks.vacation with his parents at Chester. Hen'ry Lengermaun and family of Trenton passed Suuday with home people. James Allison and family of St. Louis is visiting with 1Nick Berns and family this week. Mrs GeorgeZurliene of St. Louis is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Antes Lutjohanu tins week. John Gerueth and sister Miss Bar- bara of Belleville spent Sunday with John Hut and family; "H. H. lmming stripped a car of 128 head of sheep Monday also a car of cattle Tuesday to East St. Louis Stock yards. Butcher Kuhl has men at work cuttiug dowu Telepilolto poles which Mrs. Otto Greunqsr called on home folks Monday. Dave Kreamer ctOled on Walter Beutler Friday. Alex Specht of East St. Louis speut Sunday wlth home folks. Mrs. Eliza Pope and sou Logan called on her customers Morlday. Mrs. Gee. Stoffvisited herauntat Lebanon the forepart of this week. Henry Peters aud Oliver Persch- baeher called on the farmer's parents Sunday. Herman Peters and family of High- land spent a few days with his par- ettts here. Mr. and Mrs. Flank Woratzeek and children spent a few days at Jacob Specht. Mat Strubhartarld family and Gus, Baerand family spent Sunday even- ing at Gee. Stories. Mrs. J. C. Specht and Mrs/P. J. Se!merich called ou Mrs. Johh Beut- let" Friday afternoon. MissFrieda Spengler of St. Louis and Miss Bertha Heulskamp called on Clara Specht Mdnday. Peter Ritzheimer, whoias conduc- teda saloou at the corner of Main dud Commercial streets the past year, opened a saloon at (PFalloa this week and will move with his family to that city at the end of the month. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS, Council Chamber, City Hall. l Tuesday evening, June 3, 1913. f The council met at 8:00 o,eloeK hls evening, Mayor C. L. Riemann pre- siding, and Aldermen Brefeld, CoW- man, Louden, Kuhn,Truttmann and Wagoner present. The minutes of the last regular meeting read and approved. The Light Committee presented their report for the month of May, which was read. On motion of Trutt mann said report was approved. The report of the Street anti Alley Comtnittee for the month of May, was on motion of Loebel approved. The report of the Water Works Committee was read attd approved. The Finance Committee reported bills amountitm" to $1565.23 and recom- mended their payment. On motion el [,oudeu the report was approved and warrauts on the city treasurer were ordered issued as follows: I F M Greet., balan.e night marshal...  4 GO 2 J MVanlnger, bal city marshal ...... 12 00 3 J M ColUguon. repairing reservoir .... 150 00 4 B F Louden. hauling coal ............ 30 55 J E ulfe, engineer .................. 31 tO 6 Chas Ray, " . ................. 30 00 7 H Louden ................... 30 00 8 J M Anderson. city marshal ......... 3(I 00 9 J M Vanlager, night marshal ......... 7 25 i0 John Sihelnik. paluting stack at pow- er house ............................. 8 50 It JohnGouy, laborat reservoir ........ 7 75 12 Joe Stelner ......... 7 75 13 F Aderhalter, labor at reservotr .... 5 5 14 B F Londen, haullng coal ............. 33 29 15 John E Wolfe. engineer. .............. 30 00 16 Chss Ray ............... ":0 0O 17 H London ............... 30 00 18 J 31 Anderson, city marshal ........ 30 o0 19 JM Vauittger, night marshal ........ 12 50 20 J L Wilon. cleclriciau ............... 83 0o 21 J H Leutwiler, supplies and labor .... 1 5O 22 Standard Oil Co, road oil ........... 343 61 2,?, Trenton Sun, printing ................ 7 5.1 2t Brefeld Hdw Co, snpplres ............ (3.2 (9 '25 H Waiting, cleaning vault. - .... 2 25 2(; LouisGriblsr labor at eity park ..... 16 15 27 It Itamm. street labor ............... 72 75 o.28 F Oberdiug, street labor ............ 21 75 29 1  Theme. blacksmith work ............ 9 45 3(I Breese-Trenlen Mining Co. cmtl .... 99 32 31 Wm Keehler. insurance premium .... 16 50 32 G T Mathews & Co, supplies ......... 6 57 33 N Boggy, labor at power house ....... 4 00 34 J DStreet& Co, oll .................. 22 C, , 85 L B Huber. painting power house .... 9 15 36 Weaiiughouse Lamp Co, lamps ...... 31 60 37 Union Water Mter Co, supplies .... 3 56 % Arthur[nt water hydrants 3 2, 39 J M Colliznon & ons, labor and mat 10q 22 White Llnalre The widely advertised and ius tly popular Linen Finfsh Dress and Accessory Fabric, Loks lik Linen, is softer and IaundiS a well. A 15c qual- ity'at only 10c the Yard Men's and Boys The line is complete, the prices are right and the quali- ty the best. 25c to $1.50. 40 DI. Sehaefrer, money adv .......... 4.483 in the Porosknit style. City Treasurer D. L. SchaeWer's reporl, showiug a cash halance onlHot Weather Garment, haud May 3l, 1913, amoun'Aug to] $5,15().;L ws read. 01, motion of] 50C and $1.00 Brefeld, seconded by Wagoner, said] report was al)proved. I Report ,ff Health Commissioner read and ordered placed on file, Ieport of Health CommissiOner for May, 1913; No. burial permits issued .......... 2 " btrths reported ................ 4 " cases small pox ............... 0 " typhoid fever ............ 0 " " dipbtheria .............. 0 " " scarletfver ............. 0 " " measles ................ 0 " " ct)ickea pox ............. 3 Respectfully, A.. W. CARTER, Health Commisstoner. Moved by Truttmanu, seconded by Brefeld, that City Clerk advertise for bids for Lheereetion of hose dry- ing towel'. Motion e'trried Moved by Louden, seconded by Truttmann, thatthe City Clerk ad- vertise for bids for coal for use at power house f,)r the ensuing year. Motion carried. Moved by Wagoner, seconded by ](uhn, that Street and Alley Com- utittee purchase anather carol oil for sprinkliug purposes. Motion carried Moved by Wagoner, seconded by Coff'mau, that Light Committee be instrucedto furntsh Eugene Hoyt current for Hgiting purposes. Mo- tion carried. Moved IJy Louden, seconded by Wagener, timt the Street and Alley Committee have paus and specifics. tions drawn for the erection of sewer on Sycamore Street irom Eighth to Ninthtreet. Motion carried. Moved by Brefeld, seconded by Kuhu, to adjourn. C. L. Riemann, Mayor. H, W. Herstein, City Clerk. 0ni00000 Suits For Men and Boys The at Walter Koeifler is attending s bus. uos c)il ege at St. Louls. Childrens Bleached Ribbed Union Suits 4 to 14 yearstf age. Fine Gauze Picot Lace Neck and Armholes, at [only 50c a Garment. t J