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L THE TRENTON VOLUME 34. NO. 1. TRENTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1913 $1.00 PER YEAR. LOGAL JOTTINGS. TRANSPIRED DURING , I'HE PAST WEEK AND FUTURE EVENTS. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Collin,,n spent Saturday at Carlyle. See the automobile parade lu Tren- next Wednesday afternoon. MIss Edna Wilkinson, who has seriously ill tile past week, is Soma better at present. Take a half day off next Wedneday and co,he to l"reuton and llelp boo.q roads. Trenton to the front. The second annual picnic of the ld Fire Co. will be held at Grove on Smlday, July i 20, 1913. Wm. Koehler, who lms been can- to his home the prior week ou account of illness, is slowly im- Proving and his marly friends hope to see him out again soon. regular July meeting of Coral No. 1227. M. W. of A. will take J31acenext Monday evening at 7:30 Every member should attend this meetiilg, as matters of lnportance to every neighbor will ;be discussed. Dofft fail to attend. temember the annual pictfic anti fryofNew Baden Huntiug and [eying Club will take place at nmePs Park in New Baden next aturdayevel)ing, July 12ih. Dan- begins at7 p. m, If you wish eljoy at,leasant evening attend this pieic. The Treltontarswon a double header at tile Trenton bail parl San- defeating a team frohi O'Fallon ll the morning by a score of 17 to 2, aiternoon they defeated Sluggers of ;New Baden, the score being 17 to5. The Stars lost bat ole game thi season. ElihuJacson, aged 8 years, 8 months and5 days, a former resi- hut of this community, died at his |sue in Portland, Oregon,last Satur- lay evening Tlae remains will at- here Friday and funeral servi- will be held at the M. E. Church this city at 2 o'ctoek a. m., Fri- day, July llth. Jacob Crepps of this city and Anna Williams of Brese went to Springfield last Week, where they Were united in marriage: They re- turned here Thursday erelong, Where they will'mke their hnme, the groom being employed with the (]rafeman Condensed Milk CoTs plant this city. Their many lriends Wish them much happiness and pros- Parity. The O'Fallon base ball team came to play tile Trenton Stars. play in the 16 year old Class, and the visitors made the re- before the game that they Came here "o play a ball team, not a bunch of boys, but after tile game, Which resulted in a sore st 11 to 2 in favor of the Stars, they admitted that tits bays were too much Iar (3. T. Kurz has sold the Htghlahd Leader to A. P. Spencer, ef St. i l'raneisville, last state, the latter taking charge tills week. Mr. Kurz live factor m the newspaper business" of Madison county, and built up a large and modern estab- lishment. He has not announced his plan for the future, but his friends hope they will not requh'e his locat- ing el.e where. The business men of Trenton have declared a half holiday next Wed- July 16, on account of the Reed roads sisals at the Trenton and especially invite every - .hrmer and citizen In this vicinity to take a clay off and attend. Grand Automobile Parade at 1:30 dclock p. . Able speakers will deliver ad- dresses. Music by bands and glee /lubs Dancing in the evening in the big pavilion. Come and help boost for good reads. Mrs. Louis Riemann was agreeably surprised last 'Saturday afterno0n When a number of her lady friend8 rtet at Iter home altd informed her that they had come to assist In eels- her seventieth birthday an- y. Ice sream, cake and oth  er refreshments were served durillt the afternoon and a pleasant social was had by those present. On y lIrs. Rlemaun was invited over to the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kuhn to spend the afternoon and was quite surprised to find Mr. and Mrs. Draesser and family, oZ Mas- eeutah, sit1 friends of the family, there. Light refreshments and sup. [ Per Were servedc4md IJeveral hours Were toell!y epsnt. PEdSONALS, THE FOURTH The celebration of the nation's BRIEF MENTION OF THOSE WHO birthday began at tbe city park Thursday evening, when the free COME AND GO. band concert atni display of fireworks took place. One of tile largest Seb. Hummel spent Wednesday at crowds ever assembled in this city St. Louis. was in attendance to enjoy the exer- J.H. Mlener vbitedwith his son cisesoftheevening, largedelegatious at Belleville, Sunday. being present from Lebanon, Sum- Max Thume of Avistoq transacted merfield, New Baden, Avislon Breese business here, Saturday. and Highland, and all seemed well pleased with the hospitality of the E.E. Harris,}n transacted bust- Treuton people. The musical pro- nessat St. Louis, Monday. gram as published last week was Arnold Leutwiler of St. Louis Sun- carried out in fuilby the band, aud dayed witll his parents bare. one ofqte largest and best displays of fireworks ever seen in this neigtl- Ray. G. Fidlerand Waiter Killiau borhood, was exhibited. Already visited at Belleville, Tuesd,ff. ,steps are being taken by some of our Arnold Bee of St. Louis visited citizens to make nextyear's display with home folks here, Sunday, muelllarger atilt better tilan ever. Mrs. Hugo Hanks visited witi The Tret:ton Park Association had relative ate'Fallen, Monday. made all arrangements for their pic- nic on Friday, but the rain, whicda Percy SkinnerofSt. Louis is spend- beganjst before noon and continncd ing tile week will', relatives hero. for about an hour, spoiled their plans ErnestStrangofSaudoval called aud the athletic events whicl had on friends here Friday afternoou, been arranged for lhe afternoon were calledoit; and onlya n]all crowd Miss Barbara Schmidtof St. Louis wasiu attendance, bt early iu rite is spending several weeks with home evening farmers aud people fronl folks here. neighboring towns began to arrive F. SappilgtonaudCariThalgottof and by eight o'clock tte ptrk was St. Louis spent the fourlh with re1- pretty w'cll crowded. Dathcing was arises here. tile main feature of tile averting and Henry Collignon of St. Lotisspent was indulged in by a large crowd of the f]rth of July holidays with his ;[)tung people until a htte hour.t parenls here 0BERDINGHOHE  Miss F, thel Grebcrt of Gillepie , visited with friends here alew days Leo J. Ol)erdingattd Mis Ferol Z. the past week. [=Iohe surprised thei.r nlall" frietlds Lorenz Reitter and family spent Mond.ty wffeu they rode to Bellevilie the Fourfll of July lolidays at the on 51r. Obeding's tadetn motor- M. Giazel home here. cycle and, after l)rocnrip.g " the Miss Ione Wittlff and two lady necessarydocumet, wet}t to the re*i- friends of Waterloo, spent the Fourth dense of Ray. Joseplt Schlarnaann, ' 1 at the Wittiif home here. rector sf the St. Peters Cathedra, where they were uuited in marriage, MatHili sT Poeahontas visited having obtaineda permit from tteir with his son and daughter here the localparish priest towed outside of latter part of last week. tile parish. They return0d'at 1.1:30 Mr. audMrs. Herman Kuhnof St. a.m. Tltegroomls theson of Mr. Louis visited with home folks here aud 5lrs. FrankOberding, andisen- from Friday until Sunday. gaged in the hardware business here beig vice-president of the lrefeld Louis Welz, the cigar mantdact- Hardware Co., while the bride is the urer, deliveredclgars to his custo- aecomplisheddanghterof,Ir.andMrs mersatAviston, vouday. John Hohe. Mr. and Mrs. Oberding Frank Huber and family of New are two of Trentoffs best known Athens visited with relatives here young people anti are held in high the latter part of last week. esteem by their many friends. They Clarence and Blanche Vloore are departed Monday evening for a short visiting relatives, in the southern honeymoon trip to western points, parl of the state for a week. after which they will make their home in this city. The Suu joins MissCoraReitterofSt. Louis spent their many friends in congratulat- seeral days the past week at the ions and best xisltes as tipsy era. h sue of Mrs. Gee. McDonald, bark on lifes rugged voyage togeth- C. J. Schnyder of St. Louis spent er. the Fourth with his son, Chas. J. Schnyder, jr. and family, llere. " Louis Blattner, of llighland, was a HenryAbhau and family of St. Tretou caller Wednesday. Louis visited at the Gieseke borne Mr. NicholasCrawleyol St. Louis hFe several day= (the past week. spent the Fourth with his sister -*' Mrs. G. Reber. Mr and Mrs. Geo. KauseofBelle- villevislted with Mr. and Mrs. H. BIt'.a,d Mrs. H. R. Alexander Henssafewdays the past week. attd Mr. and Mrs. L. Welz and son Cornelt autoed to Beese Saturday ConradBachmaun and family of evening. St. Louis pent the Fourth with Mr. audblrs. Wm. Baehmana here. J.A. Etcher andfamity motored to BeUeviile Mohday where Mr. Miss Mammie Lavln and Cerise Etcher ban his fatler's will closed Becker of St. Louis havebeen spend- during Probate Court week. lag the week with the Reber family. .irs. Y. W. F. Helmkamp of St. 1laynard Adam s, Oscar Hansel Lonls ape,t from Friday until Men- mann and Olarenee Pitt of St. Louis day at the home of Ray. and Mrs. spent the F,mrth with home lolks E. F. Sehmah. On Sunday her here. four sons calne out and spout tile Walter Andrews and family of day here. @raniteCItvvisitedat the R. Au. A postal card frotn Alexandor draws home here a few days the past Ritel)ie anti wife, dated at Lanarl week. shire, Jnne 25, was received this r Wm. Lager of V*,ashlngton, Ind. week, audisasfollowe: "Weaqiv- spent several days at the home of ed iu Scotia)id Sunday ntght, We Henry Huelskampin this city the had a very pleasant voyage. Are past week. visiting iu Lanarksiflre this week and are having a very nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Andrews of St-. Lonis visited at tle home of his Hermau Eisenmayer departed last parents, Mr.,.and Mrs. R. Andrews night for New York on a pleasure trip After spending some time her Sunday. tt|ere he will visit other Eastern and Mrs. Jests Sanford retth'ned to her Nortl|ern noints. At Detroit. Mich., heine at St. Louis, Suuday, after a l)e intends purchasing a 1913 model week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Chalmers car and making an over- l-Inber here. |and trip home from that city with Walter Jams and family nf Tower: the some. Hlli visited with Mrs. James grand- . Those from a distance attending mother, Mrs. H. Peter, several days tile funeral of Mrs. A. M. Clinton the past week, last Sunday were: Mrs Adelia Men-' John VoUet and Misses Marlelre, a sister of the deceased; Frank Yeller and Lizzie Sherman of St. Monroe, of Sedalia, Me., Barnett Ia)ula visited with  Vollets and Clinton and Dr. John Clinton of Ins, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. J. Brennan of Belber's, Stmday. t,.'spent Belle Rive, Ill Mrs. J H Grove, Mrs. F. M. Aldr,, aevera and Mrs. Ci|rlst, Voelhner, tArtenlz- days of the past week with her daughter, Mrs. Edwin Taylor and family, and son Lee lu St.Louis. Jeh Remmert and family of St. Louis vhlted at the he,no of his eousin Wm. trolle and wife, west of town, the latter part of last week. GOUNTY SEAT NEWS H. J. Schlafly will Iave a haud- some res|denee erected on Maple Hill n the northeast part of Carlyle. Ex-Aldermau David Weigle has pur@ased ground on Maple Hill where he will have a new home built this year. William I raylor, a veteran of the c|vilwar, agedeighty three, and a lunch married man, was arrested in Central City last week on the charge of wifeabandonmenL He furnished boud for $:00 and" was released.. Sheriff William ,Ragen has pur. chased a half block of ground in nottliwest part of the city, He will have a large barn, bought froui G. C. Burr, removed there and use the saucier asale stable and feeding lot. The death of Mrs. Chrn .'peilberg- er, aged sixty five years, occurred Sunday at her home in southwest part of the city after a lingering ill- ess. The funeral occurred Tuesday and tho iutertnent was in Carlyle cemetery. 13tg fly traps are in use in all parts of the city iu the war to exterminate thetlie, a)d ttrousauds of the pests are beinz caught every (hay. Tipsy are gettlugawy witi them in tt|ese traps at the ,_'ate of from a half to a bushel a day. ,The water tower was cleaned this week and inspected. There was four feet of mud in thebottom of the tow- er, The zmall boys managed to catch a nice striff of carpabout eght incites long that came ou with the |nud and water. Adam KohlilaulI, who was the sole representative of this couuty at thb big celebration at Gettysburg last week, returned home Monday, fie had h fine time and speak q ill the highest terms of the entertainment provided for the old soldiers. Riemam and Stephens will make test far oil for a syidicate of Carlyle meu on thetarm of R. N. Blake- mann, near Posdy. Drilling will be started this week. They have an interest in tle leases on three thous- and acres of landhdd by the syn- dicate. 'late preliminary :work for the or- ganization of a mammoth levee and drainage district to embrace the river bottom land between Carlyle and Boulder is being done. If the project materializes thousands of acres of fine farming land will be re- claimed. Edward Wallace and James Mc- Glanghlln, bothof Carlyle, had an altercation Saturday night. The for- mer pulled a gun, but McGlaughlin disarmed him, then essorte(l thegen- tlelnan np town. Sheriff Ragen placed Wal ace in jail after two com- plaints hint been filed against him. Tl|e committee representing the board of supervisor aud the city eounei held a meeting last Saturday aud had a conference about tile rock pileproposttion4or the "entertaiu- ment" of county aud city prisoners. All were ia favor of tile same, but action was deferred until a site can be obtained. A governmeut expedition heads[' by Dr. Holmes of the Bureau of Mines and Mining, is now euroute to Alaska to make a through Inves- tigation of the coal fields [}f that ter- ritory. In the party is Edward Furl, y, of Beckemeyer, a practical miner. The position was secured for him by Congressman Foster. They will remain in Alaska until the first Cff next year. Ti|e new regulations for tile protet- ion of migratory birds by tlae federal government have been prepared and are being distributed byte depart- ment of agriculture. After due time has been given for publlc examtn- atiou and eriticism the final draft will be sent to Pesideut Wilson far iris official signature. The hunters in Illinois should be especially inter- ested in these tegulations since the intention is to cut out duck shooting in the spriug. Frequent showers of rain spoiled the festivities here duriug the main part of the day ou the Fourth. The Knights of Cdumbas gave a big ple. nicgtthe hospital park, and a big crowd was there at night. The day passed without any of the yonthf[fl patriots getting hurt, which is some- thing unsual. The law prohibiting the sale of toy pistols shooting blank GELEBRATED GOLDEN ANNIVFRSARY Tuesday marked the 50th weddlng anuiversary of Mr. and Mrs. Her- manBillhartz of New Baden, and surrounded by tlteir children, grand- children and greal grandchild auda few frien(ls the event was duly cele- brated at the Billharlz park just east of that city. Eaxly iu the morning the veuorable couple, accompanied by th,lr children and others drove to Damlausville, where the wedding ceremony was pronauneed for the second time in the same church where theywero nnited iu marriage fifty yearsao. Solemn High Mass was celebrated at 6:3i a. m,, by [{,ev. .,r. Meyer, rector of the Damiat, s- villa Parish, assisted by lbv. Teen- hies of New Btden. atd Ray. Peters of Albers. The Wedding march was played by Mrs. Henrietta Meyer of Carlinvillc, u ster-iu-law of the aged couple. Immediately after the elutch ser- vices all returned to ti park, whore tt(e day was pleasantly spent. A bounteous dillller and suPt)cr , also refreshmei)ts were served. About sue hnndred people were preseut to assist 51r. as,! Mrs. Billiartz in duly observing the occasiou. Hermau BillharLz was boru in Etteuheiu, (erniaty, in 1842, aud emigrated to America when but three years oi age. Mrs. Billnartz was borntu St. D,uis iu I844. On July 6th, 1363, they were uuited in marriage, and settled on a farna near Damiansville, where they resided until six years a'go, when they moved to New Baden. 51r. and Mrs. Bill- harlz are the parents of ten children, eight boys, Jacob, William, Henry, Fred, John, August, Joseph dud Ar thur. and two [laughters, Elizabeth, wife of Xavier Griesbaum, and Auuie wite of Frank Reusing, atlliviug in the immediate vicinity of New Bad- en, all of whom, together with 37 graudehildren and one great grand child, were present ou this occasion. Otherre]alives present were: Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Meyer of Carliu- villa, Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. Stodeck, Mrs. Annie Srudeil and danghters, Irene and Eugenia, Mr. and Mrs. Arlhur Blaetz, Robert Strudell, wife and child, Mrs. Leo. l-Iarnlsh, Mr. and Mrs. Gears, Mrs. John Seherer, Mrs. Harry Blaetz and daughters; Gassie and Annie. and son Charles of St, Louis; Mrs. Chas, Rickher and son Elmer of Breese; Mrs. J. Walthes of Dahlgreu, and Ben Wright of Oklahoma. In the tvening dancing was enjoy- ed by the young folks, the music be- ing furnished by the Grieabaum Or- chestra o[ New Ba(len. Seldom is the pportunity atorded to chronlele au event of thi kind wherethe entire number of children and grandchildren are In attendance not a death being recorded among either. Mr. and Mrs. Billhart are enjoy- lng the test of health and their many friends wish for thelll lnany more pleasaIt returns of the anniversary of their wedding day. stile, Me., Mrs. Laura Cook, Mrs. cartridges took street in tiale to put Eliza Staiiard, Mrs. Ages, Miss Lulu the lid on these dangerous weapons. Stal!ard, and Mr, aud Mrs..lames The ()ffleers liars prDhibited even the I Stallard, St, Louis;Gordon Stallard, use of the platqls. iMokane, Me., Miss ophia Prather of Joseph Koozlck, of Beekemeyer, , was assaulted on the night of June ,Carlyle, and Rev. N D. Sweene5 of ast St. Louis. between Breese and Beekemeyor. Witllam Leathers and Osoar Dabney of Xenia, aud Erring ett[os, of Car- lyle, were placed under arrest last Saturday. All gave bond for $I00 each for their appearanoeln the court of Squlte Rogan Monday morning. Leathers and Mettles skipped out and a forfeiture was taken on each boud. Dabuey plead guilty to the charge of asr.ult with inteut to do bodily injury. Ifls fine was $I0 and costs. Congressman Foster was here last Salurday conferring with a number of the leadieg democrats. From here he went to Breese far the purpose of makivg a settlement of the scrap over the post office there. The two baul:s seem to have got i,lto the Contest, each having a candidate for the appointment as postmaster. There are two other aspirants be- sides these. It is going to be hard to make a choice without leaving some sore spots. everal years ago a c,mtpany was formed in Hoyletou and investigat- ed In a steam merry.go-roufffl for $,000. Bcauseoe loeatton of the- pllceon a short line railroad the outfit could not be moved o big towns without traveling ou two lines of railroad. They lind the machine here on he Fourth attd did a flour. ishing business. The trip resulted It: the sale ofte Outfit to a eompa-y compoeed of ten Oarlyte  ltizena for $1,000. It.will be used ia Clinton county, aud the purchasers expoetr 25th,on the eaatbond acoommodatien" to make big dividends. CAHD OF THANKS. We desiretathankali those ho so kindly assisted In every way poe. siblednring the sickness nd last sad rites of our beloved relative "and friend, Mrs. Anlandk M. ('Jinton, Also for the beautlfu| floral offer- ings. Miss Emnm Fenton ;, and Relatives of Mrs. A. Clinton re requested (o keep clfil- lrennut ofny field or proseeutions will follow. B.F. Louden. F0R SALE 1913 Model, Motor Cycles and Mo- tor Boats at targain prices, all lnakes brand ttew machl t)e, on easy month- ly paymelt plan, Get our propos- ition before bu[ving or you will re- gL'et it, lSti bargtins iu used Motor Cycles. Write us today. Enclose stamps for reply. Address, Leek Box l Tre.tton, Micll. Notice to Contractors Bids for the erectiot o1" a Hose l)rving Tower rill be received at theCityClerk,s silica not later than 5p. m., 51olday, Jal 2t, 1918. Plausand si)eeitlcations ol file at Clerk's offi c. H. W. Herstoin, City Clerk. J. A. Wageel', ) A. C. Brefeld, }Com. ', TrUttl]1931n ; ) 2  LOST--Achilds Gold .Baud l{iug.. Holesfinder please return to this office ad r,eeive ward. OR SALE--Three Work torses. Inquire of Philip Ebert. FOR . :SLE--Good. lamily broke dr{stuff hore, works sin'le r double. /nquire Of John White; _ _ ~ -.- . = . _ = ]] FOU;ND--A btlBch of keys on ring * attached to belt holder. ()'n0r can get same by calling at this office and paying ior this aJv. WANTED--Kiln 'iremen, Brick Wheelers, Tossers, and all around Brick Yard men. Stead7 wor. No Strie. Apply to Fre M. Luth, care Banuzr (lay Works, dwardsilte, Ill. ['h.n old established Confection. ey store, doing ood businesh Stock, fixtures, tc., also build- ing suitable for any business. Will sell rcasouable if taken at once. Call or address MRS. A. HOEH. ) Trenton, Ill. EIGHT FARMS SOLD--8 BY O. C. EIDMAN real estate aent of 20 NORTH HIGH STR., Belhvllle. 120 A. near Freebur; Reinneck to Krieg; $8700. / 60A. near Bolleville; t'hsehl to Kuobeloch, $8400. V011mor,120 A. near,$5,00.bhdssa; Miehaell to 60 A. uear Lenzburg, Brennau to Endre, 3,400. 83 A. near Smithton, Meyer t Stahl, $L710, 80 A. near Smithton, Meyer to Grohmann, $4,5. 80 A. neat' Smithton, W. Skaer to Helfrleh,,$7,000, Vollmer house, Mascoutah to Miehaetl, $4,000. Endrea louse, Belteville, to Breu- nan, $2,0 Stookey house, Belloville IO Suev- er, $3,250, Roadersheimer house, Belleville to McClintock, $1,300. Total sales it[ 30 days $63,1(10. The Court Hou,e Records- will show tile above transactions. GETS20 NORTH HIGH STR. Bellevllle, if you w,t to buy or sell ; raal estate. If you want a safe place to invest your money; or if y)tt'want money on your house or farm, please - rentomber tile tddress. Have been there 7 years. Am still there. Pitoues:--Bell 1,55: Kilt. 83L." O. C. ID3IdA" 20 lgol00th Nigl00 FOR SALE Large 10 room 2 1-2 story Brick, 6 down 4 tip, Attie, Bath, ]ectrie IAghiheellar , ilot& cold water, 2 wells 2 cisterns,' large lauudry, barn a,dother shed. Inoluding 5acres, the prtee b $6,200 Located in High- land. Inquire of I14, East Main Street Bellcv;lle Illinois.