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jiiii f I The Trenton Sun l ,, Friday. July 21, 1905. 3Mo[i MOillh3 ol HOI Wealher. Refrigerator? If you a good one, of good size, for Itill almost !pay for itself In keqpi,g milk ,nd other ea- hies :from spoiling. AN 16E CREAM FREEZER will help you KEEP KeeL. We selt them as low as $2.00 fur three quart. Quick-Meal IVo have 2-Burner tzasoline ;Stoves:as low as $2.OO BREFELD HA00DW. A .UARE DEAL ,TO EV,&apos;ERYBODY. II, II Ill [ I m IIWSY NOTW,8 BY CLZVZR /t/ClPOigT ERa WlgOl DIFlrEBgNT ]POr- TIONS OW THB OUNTT. vtsto n Shock threshing Is about finished around here Quite few from here took In the races a Breese, Sunday. Miss Ann Washfort, of St. Louis, Is vi.itlng her brother and sister hero. .I, M. Hill, son an(1 daughter, of Trentm,vislted at Dr. IlilIPs, tur- day. A. {2. BEe|old and Ifttle daughter, of Trenton, spent Sunday with his fMks bore. Neck, who has been on tile sick last for a week or so, is able to be out again. 5ills Genevieve Schuster,of Trenton is spending the week with Mr and (rS. W. J. Wolfe. Ml,stella Chatillon, of Trenton, spent a few days tills week with her friend, Miss Martha Heimann, Arth,tr Thomson. who has been s'aylngat Joe. SpechUs, took rock and was sent to his home at Xenia. In a game of base bali Sunday L erBros. & Co. defeated Hy. Hel- mann,Jr., nine by the score o! 28 to 8. Tony Deutseh and family,of Breese, also Mrs. Fink and grandson, of St. Louis, spent Sunday with Nic Berne and family. Forced to Itmrve. B. F. Leek, of Concord Ky. says "For 20 years. I uffered agonies with sore on my upper hp so pain- hll sometimse, that I could not eat. Aer vainly trying everything else. I cured It with Buokllni Arnlo, t Salve. Its great tor burns cuts and wounds. Only 25c. Sugar Creek. Farmers are busy stacking wheat. Miss Irene Waffiard spent FIldsy with M-s. Wm. Lee. i !L H [ ...... ,,, i i 8b ,- ......... ... Mr. attd Mrs. Harry Murray visited :k ------" i II I A ' ' It ' in'rrentoa, Snnday. KUHN, James Wilson, jr., called on hIs par. I @lies S V Illl II I I J],  llere Tuesday. t UNDERTAKER AND,EIViUIAL/'IER t H&vlngJust recelveda lw luneral Car I am no,prepared ,to dJ do Undertaking and Emtmlhning4n;an Up,to-date Meaner. / i .... . ...... ii iii ii l lIr ii i iiii i i TRENTO N hILLING CO. WINTER WHEAT FLOUR 1 CAPAC 4 Angel Food,  Trenton Star, . Per Day Trenton Cream , White Corn Heal 00r,d 6rlts, i / THE TRENTON SUN PRIZE GONTEST,- JULY 28th, 1905. Words mispelled and words with misplaced letters in this eek's issue of THE TRENTON SUN. ................................................. P.. ............ ,o.,,,o ..... ...., .................... o ............................... .o... ............... ....... .... ..................................... o. Mrs. James Wilson has returned from izer trip toOkawvitle. Mrs. Wm. Lee and daughter called on relattvee ill Trenton, Tuesday. Mrs. Ellen I.eeand daughter spent l'ueeday with Mrs. Robert Wilson. Mrs. James Hobbs and daughter Myrtle visited Trentou relative M m- day. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bender, of East St. Louis, arevisltlug relatives here this week. Mrs. James Hobbs and children spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Chas. Lee. Alex Ritchle ud family and Eu- gene Hoyt and family called ou rela- tives hele Sunday. Mr. aud Mrs. H. E. Hobbe, Mr. gild Mrs. Burgard and Miss tella l)ofor- est su,dsyed with Mrs. Mary Moore and family. Mr: and Mrs. C. J. Bender, Miss CoPland Rap Wilson, Walter Lee nd' sister, Mess Jennie, and Mord Stout spent Tuesday evening wits Wm, Lee and family. The pills that act a a'tonle, and not as a drastic putg*, are l)eWJtts hlttle Early Risers. They c,tre Headache Constlpalion, BUloneness,elc. Early Rmers are small, e.lsy to take and easy to act--a safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City, N D .ays l wobottlasol these amous I,ittle Pills cured me of chronic constipation Good for etther chihtren or adults W. A. Howel. houston Tex , say: .,For years I have used Early Rler Pill-Inmy family. No better pill can be used for constipation, seek headacite,etc.than these famous plli. Sr, of testimonials prove their worth. old by W T Cart New Btule. Chow. Karch and F. W. Prudererof Bellevllle were In town Sunday. / Elmer Eaton and wife from St. Arthur Sauler who is employed by t lie Southern I!1 inoi. Coast ruction Co came to towr, Sunday to suprise his brother William but he was suprlsed when he found nut that his brother I William had left for New Mempls to attend the picnic. Word was received from Mr. and Mrs. X. Grleshaum who are now in Germany that riley call recall the the old land marks and bnlldlngi of their old homes which they had not seen for almost fifty years. They cer- tainly are enjoying their trip through the ohl country. They will start ou re- turn voyage on Sept. 2. on the Pro- turin. Buy It NOW. Now is the time to buy Chamber- lains Cohc, Clolera and Diarriloea Remedy. It is certain to be needed sooner or later and Wiled that lime comes y,:u will ned It badlyy<u will need i quickly. Buy it now, may save life. For sale by T Ca'- With thisissues of the "Trenton un". the prize contest will close. Those who have found more mistakes than can be written in space reserved tm that purpose may write remaining words on sepetate sheet of paper and ttach same tothe prize contest sheet. Remember time all answers ill order to receive consideration must Ie in this,office on Aug. 10 th, 6 o'clock p.m The result, will be made known through the TrentonSun as son as the Judges decide who are entitled to the awards. Extra copies of the Trenton Sun of the Prize contes issues can still be procuredt the Sun office at scan. each. Yours for success Hy Mallich --Chas. Vollmer, 19 yeari old while assisting in putting up s barn at the Trenton Bottling Works in the south- east part of the city, fell and fractur- ed his leg near the ankle. Dr. Car. teE was called to reduce the fracture and the patient Is doing as well as can be expected. --The Christian Endeavor will give one of their popular soog services at the Presbyterian church Sunday eve- sing, Aug. 6. Program will appear lu next week's issue of The Trenton Un0 --Lee Aldrldge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Ahirldge, fell off a tree he had cllmbedand was painfully iu- lured. Dr. Carter gave medical as- sistance and the young patient is now doing fairly well. --AI Hoehn is having changes made in his building near the Turner Hall and will open a first class con. fectonery, Icecream and Oyster par- lor. --Misses Mamte and Lavlna Hass- baum returned to St. Louis after a a five weeks stay with Miss Emily Kraemer. --Emil Schrag had h is hand hurt at the west mine, VYednesday. OBITUARY. Jacob Sehowalter, one of Ihe old settlers of this part of the county died at his home in the western part of the city on July 22d at 2:30 o'clock a.m. having reached tile age of 8I years 5 months and 11 days. The deceased was befit on Feb. 9, 1824 in Geroi,hiem Germany, where he attended sehbol and grew to manhood. He was mar- ried to Anna Mary Hellmaon and to- Rether they emigrated to America in 1867 and for some time lived ca a frm south of Trenton but later re- moved tothi, city where they made theirhome until the death of Mrs. Showalter which occurred on Oct. 24 1882. His pecular dispoitiou t t those i not Int'mately acquainted, was nds- nndertood by many, that, althougfi ha didact attend (.hutch for many years yet he read the bible diligently and through his many weeks of suf- fering his faitl in the Almighty was unshaken. Dnrlng his long career he ha, always been in good health until about Mx monih ago when he 'as affected with some throat trouble which beame more serious as tiule progre,seduntil relieved by death at the above stated tim.). He was Louis came out to !1 or his brother [ buried 8,today from the German Ev. In law George ttenson, I church, Rev. ISehmale officiating to Tile Poesy bali team crossed baill the Trenton @emetery where the re- with ourersck team on Suuday and l mains were pieced in their final rest weredeteated by a score of 22 to 12. [lng place. Mr.Klssel famous for his plno tun- He leave, t to mourn his demise two lng was in town Thursday and Fliday daughters, Mrs. F.W. Rash and M,s. Hetuned several planet tad nits re- paired n few organs. The following tamille look in the plenlet Memphis last Sunday. Wm. Sauter and wife. Julius Humm el and wife and Frnk Ernst and wile, Mr. and Mrs. Eidman of BellevHle mooompanledlby Wm,' Frolvogei nltd Gee. Fi,cher many grand and great- ;g rand children besides relatives atzd friends. Primitive Tools gffertive. With a piece of string and g little sand and grease ,aurae Hindu onvicts sawed through an iron bar two inehes in diameter in five hours and escaped Throe Good and Just Reasons. There are tieree reasons why moth- ers prefer One Minute C,u'n First. It isabsolu'ely harmless;Sc- oral. It tastes ood--ehil,t,en love it: Third, It cures Confht Croup and Whooping Conch when uther reme- dies fail. Sohl by W T Carr. RESOLUTIONS. Hall of Trent.m Rebekah Lo l=e, ) No. 593, I. O. O. F. Trenton, Ill., July 24, 1905. WHEnE&S a link in eke chain of Trenton Rebekah Lodge has been broken and the fraternal tie that! links us togather in the bonds of Friendship, Love and Truth severed to that extent through the death of our beloved brother Joseph Loebel who after severa I months illness de- parted this life on Sunday afternoon July2,d,t906, aged 54 years, 1 month and 18 days therefore be it. RESOLVED that tbrough this death Trenton Rebekah Lodge has lost a good aml faithful member, brother Loebel being a charter member, al- ways ready to give any assistance asked for. RESOLVED that we cherish his memo- ry as I, rue Rebekaa and a good citi- zen to our country and that we as- assure the bereaved family our sin- cere sympathy in their great loss. Father resolved, that as a token of respect to his memory our charier be draped in mourning for a period of thirty days that these resolutions be spread upon onE record a copy fur- nished tile family and that they be published in the Trenton Sun. LIZZIE HEILIG, ANNIE LEPPER, Com. JOE PITTMAN.q, The Diamond Cure. The Iteit news from Paris Is, that tbgF hive discovereda.dinmond cure too.nsumption. If. you fear con  suI)tlon or pneumonia, it will,how. evr'bo best for you tO take {hat great remody menttoved bY, i W.T. Mcgee, of Vanleer, Tenn. had a ougit for fourteel yeats. Nothing helped me, until I took Dr, Kin's New Ditoovery for Consumption, Coughs Colds. which gave Instant re llef, affected a permanent care." Un equaled quick cure, for Throat and Lung Troubles. Price 50 cents &ud $1.00. Guaranteed. TriAl bottle free. W T Carp. L PRORATE COURT PROOBIINQI July 21 st. Estate-"f Louis Imme- thun, dec'd. Adeline Immethun was appointed Administrator. Bond 5000.00 filed and approved. B. H. Donne, Aug J. Helwig and Con. J. Tlilenareappoiated Appraisers. Ad-I ml011tratrix ordered to sell all per [ solml property at public or private[ sale. Adjustment day fixed fur lsti Monday in October next. I July '25. City of Centralia. Petit-[ ion for levy of special assessment feel sewer. Cause heard assessment roll confirmed etc; as per degree on file. Estate of Jacob chowalter, died Petition filed by John Burtou for Probate of will and cause set for hear- ing on Monday Aug. 14th, 19V5 at 10 o'clock a. m. Hattie K. Hillerman was adjudged insane and the sherilfordered to con- vey her to the Illiniois Southern hoe. ljtal for the Insane at Anna Ill. Bent her Double. "I know no one, for lour weeks. when I was sick with typhoid and "kldney trouble,,, writes Mrs. Annie Hunter. o( Pitsburg, Pa., "and when I got better, although I had one of the best doctors I ws bent double, and had tn res my hands n my knee, when I walked. From this terrible adllctlon i was rescued by Electric Btters, which restored my health and strength, and now I Call wlk as straight as ever. They ate simpl3 wonderfnlJ  Gauranteed to curetomach, hver sad kidney ds- orders; only 2c. WT Corr. J. 3, EISEN[AYEIg & OO. Established in 1890. General Bank- ing on Sai and Conservative Prin- ciples. i i ii i i i / [ I EIAN KUtIN & CO i i1| A few of the season's Prettiest Weaves are still here and must be i !sold at reduced prices WHITE GOODS are here in abundance, and for fall they maze a:iuitabie wai  for all ocOasions. We lave got them in plain and flgtw. ed effects. Prices are lower than ever. -- -- I II iii Ifi i i i I | CHINAWARE The kind you hear so much about is what we carry in stock. A full line of t finest quality selected China Cups. Saucers, Plates, Dishes etc., can be pur- chased at our store at prices that will n o t mak a big gap in your pocket book. "Home Comfort :cscccnso= o =xa.,ss ae-aD TIilNTON, -I- ILr,INII iii ,, , ., - ... _ ! Its. the realization i of mme,s ! I m0st: mens'-7/deal of ..... i egrthly hgPiiness. A Lumber M0ra.!= i o=,,. o=., ==., Constnnt] on hand list wdll help make the y & complete stock .oo. .......... ... ........ .,.. ...................... ,, ....................... . ......................... **" .................... ..... ..*o.01 ......... *... MY Name le .................................................................. L'lty cr Town ....................................................... 8tats .......................................... .. witeofMasooutah spent Sunday lu from Jail f White and Yellow Pine, Oak boise happy,partculgr- --and Cedar Shingles.-- ly when "company" "is 8ruth, Doors and Blinds, gathered round the t- Lime, Cement, Plaster and Hair. ble. town. n'h4y andes short 11 on Hy. t A luprise Pnrty t  101   I'. Grlesbaum and lamlly. I . i* ,,- -, ,--E CHEAP.  * J A pieasnnt luprl a,t ma bet  :  ' ..... Johu Weaverot Mucoutnh wb- giveu t,, P Y Y ',,ronlesreeOleeeo lots In .vour stomt,..b and liver by k 8 " rallromi oflle at St. Iull eame out I U'. elf. pout and discomlort,vls. Dr, I ptl nnd r)rdJ ;" rS- - '?in-- t '