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x t f i i i I i ii i I r i i iiiiiiii ii ii i iiii i i i  II III  I I ii t-"*"+"+"+&apos;"'"*+++'"+'*'+++"% .... I The Trenton Sun Death Due to a Fall. Tile Dlstmcttvely Different. FRANK IBUTIMANN, w+,, 00oowo g@lepiBgriaB / .... farmer and carpenter living four BROADWAY Frlday.Dec. 1 1905. , ..... miles outheast of this city. was | In Every Way the Best. f,,u,,dly+o+noar the barn Tuesday , .+, + eve,,in+ at + o'clock wlt,, hls nec, STOD E t Th+ Weekly Globe-Dem(>crat, of St. Louis, covers a field peculiarly +  --Mrs P. Mayhill and chihrren! and exclu,ively its ,,wn. w  Kraeuchi. found by his wife and son who carried .. It ialssued twice every week. A blg@EMI-WEEKLYpaper. EIlht  Trento , Ilhnois. spent Tltursday with her father B. broke,. Hewas uneou.cious when _.. to ten large pages ev,+ry I'uesday and Friday. One Dollar a year.  --Miss Mary Lnuden after several him !o tile house where he (lied be- ffi Nothing particularly diffrrent, you say, about that--thereare other , "PIONI.S Og#n.'...'.'.-'.. weeks visit with relatives and friends f r- medical as-terence arriv(d. The "1 wits-a-Week" pap-l. ] Yes,but the smilar,ty end+ there. No uther paper islike the Globe-  Calls ,ttended to Day or Night at Shattuc returned home. Tuesday. suppos lion "is that Mr. Fochtman,. Z Democrat in any respect.  --Evaagelistic Services at Prtby- a-went toW"S thehiSbarnCUStmtoseebdOrethat retiri,g,all the = I IIT.?0  oh1 ! terian church will bgln Tuesday eve- doors were properly closed, ,peeially J. c'. xll. MAY it ,re niug Dec. 5 Rev. H. W Marshall that night as a fierce wind was blow- LOG 51. L to St. L Edx wh L|ne. f FELTON FEUTZ, #lanager. --.Manufacturer and Dealer in-- M0num00+nts, Headstones, Tablets, Etc., Of Foreign and American rlarhle and Qranite. SA T1SI,'ACT+[ON G UARANTD. Workal N. N. CO. Hz hland, Ill. Pub!i .Square +-! g j + _  ............. ' ......... JL._ --L J ............. ++. + _+i..._'+'=" ' j -+ +''';;iii i+ ii I, im Hi +:+m ..... I I .'.X', ///+r m o years zn 'l'renon ! pastime I and vicimty. I S01d For Cash 0r.Credit, ! Given on Tr,al. l ++: Brefeid Hardware Co,,I - ,,,,, WM. A. LEWIN, M, D. + +- IIIII II I i I II I II I IIIIIII IIIIII  - NO cu'rING, NO PAIN+ NO DANGER. ,IS YEAaa LODATED AT aT. LOUIS 12,00t f.m4. Wdk [u' 8ookk'L STAB BUILDIN N. W. Cot. Twelfth and Olive Sis. RUPTURE Corn Meal, per bushel ......... 70 Potatoes, per bushel new ...... 60 Onions. per buslel ............ 1.00 Eggs pop dozen .............. 25 Breakfast Bacon,pvrlb..15 anti 16 Country Lard, per lb. .......... 07 Hams,pr lb., sugar cured/ .... 16 Hm- o'Y ry cured,per lb .... 12 Country Bacon, per lb .......... 08 Shoulders, per Ib ............. 08 Butler,country,per lb ..... 15 171+ 20 Butter, cre,mery, per-" lb .30 Chickens.Hens .................. 07, Chickens,Choice Spring, per lb .10 Old Rues e[, per lb ........... 04 Staggy Young Roosters per lb...07 lurkeys0 per .b ............... Ueese sprmg per lb ............ 0811 Ducks,per lb yoa=g ........... 09 Salt, pe," barrel ............. : 1.15 Pigeon per dozen ............... 75 church next tuntlay will be as fol- lows: 9:30 a. m--u,day SchoM. 10:30 a.m.--Thanksglving Exercises by the Sunday School. A good pro- gram will be rendered. 7:3,) p. m.--C. E. Program. Song--prayer -song. Scripture Topic--Mettle Poos. S,mg. R e,tation--Mamle Hdl. Plalm Duett, PaperMrs. Chassel. Song. Vocal Duett. Red tatlon--Jenale Meuzl. Song. 'Creek Prospecting Company Orlranized.--Capital @5.000. The Sugar Creek Prospecting Co. Timothy hay,No, 2 per ton .... 9.00 wasorganized in this city a few days Clover ltay, per ton ...... no:demand ago and application papers for a char C, oal, p'" ;,,.rle: a tlllne ......... 9 m i ADOLPH J. BLUME, Contractor and Carpenter. TRENTON, ILUNOIS. Job Work a .Specialty. All" Work Guaranteed. ES] l/ViA fE. FURNISttED. ter have been forwarded. The capi- tal sto,.k of the company is $5,000, a'] paid in and is floanclered by h,me men. The object of Ihe company is to bore for coal and other mineral, i, Calhoun County where they have ac- quired opti,ms on several tbousand aer.s of land. A temporary orgauiz- atiou Ires beet] effeoted iu fifllows: Aug. Geisecke, Pres., Dr, J. G. Vogt vice. Pres..C.J. teinmetz jr. See. L. C. Rlemann Treas. Other stock- hohlers are W. . Louden, C. L. Rie- mann, Aug. Bassler, AI. Hoehn, Jno Beckert. A permane,t orgauizalion will he effeeted as soon as the clmrter is received and the work of propeet ing, after the necessary machinery has been acquired, will be begun in earnest. TRENTON, ILIANOIS. Jobbing A Specialty. Estimates Furnished ALL WORK GUARANTEED. TRENTON BR[W[I00Y. 7 BASSLKI:t BRFVt ING CO., Props Customers Constantly Supplied our Fir,t-Class TRENTON LAOE R BEE , OET YOUR <{ PHOTOS ) "rake-and Finished accord  [> in, t,;' the l.atest Improved  r Methods at the \\;I STUDIO OF ! I Mr00, W, ,, a,,ms !t " Notic; to";h; Public. Effective at once. Our sloPe room will be closed at 5:30 p. m. no Ireight or ex- press receivedor delivered after that time; unless perishable. J P. Disser, agent home Friday, Mr. aud Mrs. Draser have just moved into their elegant new residence and with their friends their first Thanksgiving dinner iu thetr new home will be iu the nature Of a dedication. --Ass Guy Traveling Yreigitt Agent for I. C. R. R. made a business call on the Trenton'Milling Co. --John Beckert and wife of St. Louis spent Thankgiving at L. C Rlemanu's. --k. B. Hammel sp,nt Thanks- giving at his hrother Rudolph, St. Louis- --Mrs. C. J. Stelmnetz Jr. vi,ited relatives at et. Louis, Wednesday I, OST A seven month ohl hepherd dog. Has white lhce. Leave i,formatiou witl Wes. Mcl)onahl A Oertaln Oure forOroup. When[a chlhl shows symptonsof cr,-'l, there is uo time to experhnent will, new remedies Ire matter hoW ),il,:hly they be rec,,m,nende,I, rhere i one preparation that can alway, I)etipended upon. It has been in use for may years attd has nver |,sen known totail, viz: Chamber- laln Cough Remedy Mr. M F COlltl)ton el Market, 'l'exam. says of It, ,,[have used Chan,herlatu's Cough Remedy "m ,evere cases el croup with my chihlren, and can truthfully say it newsy, give.,, prompt relief." For .at,' by. W T Cart's. FOR SALE CIIEAP. ful lustre and soltre. At less than several st the average cost goods of more --Ther, than average quality are offered, estate of( tcl' ae of ipublic sal four mile " + '16:t acre ' re tr Monday : | I0 u'cl'.' !| II viii" :| field, bet ] lnt el,, GET YOUR + HAND IN a pair of our Oloves and you will realize what comfort, durability and style is. We have them from the |handsome_t i dress glove to the heavy working Kind. We also have a full lin of Gloves for La- dies', Misses' and Chil- dren. All, of course, A number o! hie, reshleuee In Hanke'3rd aud 4th Addition to the priced at our uual City of lrenton, regu!arly lahl out, platted and recorded a, required by modest price+. lax. Undisputed title. I HAV l amnow pr,pared remake Deea . to property promptly. . ' ......... " Rubber (ioods'00 00[O00til .... ATTORNEY-AT'LAW , + as can e toun(t anywhere, at and NOTARY PUBLIC. prices to suit thc most eareful buyer If you nebd [ Real Estate bought and sohl. Collec All the delicacies for "  / lions Promptly Attended To. ]lt[l!It II+.! r]+llll+lll! lll Plt+,!Omee--East Side,Court House Square the Thanksgiving Din- lllll111 lUllllv1llllmllln gang OARLYkI[  ILLINOIS net will be found in this or anything in this line let me slaw you my stock. I " G dOMn MegulPe, Department Place or- I oi00day cuds :lust in. Come early +and pick out+ OROGS AND MEI)IGINES d.,, early for your Tur- what you want while the sock is] "School Books Plllltb Oils. Per- key, Duck, Goose,Chick- complete. I fumerv ani'Tollet$,rticles, en, cranberrxes, Celery, I earr a general line of Merehan- I mn... ,. a lrst dise.T<Prices Right. Try me ! tnr., .... , ........... Oranges, Bananas, Ap- I have few Stoves left which I will I ' .... oanuts,Fip and close out at very low prices. I lrlBlilill IlfiTI/fifll3|! plea,Co? 00ONKeN, I r00fi00l IIU/LOU0000, oo+ and Cabbage. SUMMERFIELD, ILL. , , --REPQESETING-- ANNOUNCEMENT. I (-rA( T'' IT WC have just secured the service8 1 va,-d,a.,a,,* ,m.m.v..,..,b m IIII II I I I IIII I frill I -- of Mr. Jae Ley to take hohl of our [ MANUFACTuREROF ,yell equipped 'PIN* SHOPS Mr. Ley Leonhard hashad years of experiet,ce inms[l,},.,1 *.1 P.*" |".l u line and is prepared to take care of lill lilttl @M@ 11MIM'IIIMUfIM anything in tilt anti furnace business. If promptness a,,d good work c,uuts[ CIGARS. w,,,,,o,,,,,o,,,.,..,,, 1 Mercantile Yours truly, J .... __.+..L.+.. : ............ _____.._____ Brefeld Hdw Co t + ...... + ...... A,.,t f,r th "ROHND OAK FUR ! FV/'be&PP f. I'+| ' 1]/ O  W- NACE." The best ,uade and great- I s - ' om est heatar known, l ]3refeld Hd. Co. IUlCKLY AND ERmE"TtY GURED FARM ER$ ; It Live Stock and all other Property lu the I , Ihsure I )'our ' Buihtings,i I "  ! ImklnKtm T:,00nshlp r=e;s P00te hsurtnce Cn, i! .+++++-,o, oo:  Allloses wire PAIl) PROMPTLY direct out of theFreasury. Eco- t  nomlcaliy massaged, consequently Low Rate of Insurance. t ' EST']U, Tg; RtTI+S &iiD ERMS CHEERFOLLY GffEI. +1  CHAS. HARP81 RITE, Sec. t' ' WM. F. POOS, Pres   .--. .JJ [[ ]] i iiii ii i i i lll it i lllm i i i i WE ARE+ AMPLY PREPARED + +l'O FILL .. YOUR WAISTS IN '[Ha LiNE OF ...... V _ Fall Suitings and Trouserings. -7. And.rust that when you are wanting a SU[T4hat you w{li favor us = with your patrmmge, Every Garment we turu out is absolutely guaranteed to be right i, Maler'al, Style and Fit. Oar motto: GOOD GOODS AT HONEST el;ICES ffi WBh this motto in view you can rest asured that you will always be accorded fair and honest treatment. = | J.H. MIENER. i I IIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIII II III IIIIIIIIIii I! II IIIIIIII l llilll IIIII IIII IIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIU IIIIIIIIIIII III i llll A __ [ -- i i l lfll ..... I L I J Iilll I I I I I III An entirely unique feature of the Globe-Democrat, a feature which is hishly prized by its r,ader% lails a,stematlc method of preserving and pres,n'ing the CONTINUITY OF NEWS. in charge. *N" The two papr, eachweek, T ueedayandriday, arecartfully pre- ; __ in g. OueoftheHay-loft d ours was .'!I" +venbyti pared with-the view nfgiviug the complete news el all the world for  ..... s- d in "890  nePal Bank --Mi.s 8 McCartlty, assistant prin- o)eu and it seems that Mr. Fcohtman /,  ; f* | l!staDll ne j . tie - " " " [ that week. ing on 8are and Conservative Prin- eipal of the Treolon public schools, was In the act of eloslug it and fell .  :? Turner] They are eo combined i1|. the mak,-up as Io form oonlinued and con- k -r .... . , . ".r " ' . _ / Oytrs r i nested storlea of the various important events, showing the develop- i mes ready ments from day to day and !he final results. O!ber weekly an,, twice-a-week papers, am a rule, lYrlnt only a few t telegrams of the (lay of issue. --Gee. E. The "Twice-a-Week" Globe-Democrat eives the telegrams ot every day In the week rn, re c, mprehenslvely timn the average Daily, and  welry to ( of more value to,the average., reader.,, .  f moving t +Moteover, th, 'lwice a Week Globe-Democrat s not s reply an uesday. echoer the Daily edition. It is a separate and distinct publication, epecial]y prepared to sup- ] ply the requ,rements o people who want all the news f all tie earth  buy you] ! it presents the World's daily history in conci,e but complete form. ! --GotoG --and something+more, f Aunt Jet It is of equal i,terest in all parts of Ihe United States. It is invalua-  tanadma's / ble alike to men and women, young and old. It thoroughly provides tbr every member of the family. In high- ik  --ens;bl trade It*stature it particu'arly excels. Its market reports are correct : Windows.nether SoP +' and complete in every detall. .. artme,ta devot,t to"The Home." "Tbe Farm and Garden," .. ts dep . . -- "the Family Circle," "The Sunday Sehol,'."Science an.d I,d,,stry" are each and all THE BEST ot their kind ann eisner one ]s more than  --Don't f  worth the subscription price of t4,e paper , ....  rood !ime .' . In addition it is trictly REPUBLICAN, but i rs snore aJi a news-  ih Rebek: /ii paper, and it lells the ruth without fear or favor It has no equal or .- rival as a great Nalional ,ewe and home Journal.  riled Dec. . , Remember the price only Oe Dollar per year104 papers--4ess  aission fre th,n one cent a copy. Postage prepaid. You will make no mistake if you send $1.00TODAY fora ,ear's sub,  --A hers scriptlon. Or you can getyour own paper O]NE YEAR WIrHOU  ery coup GhT by inducing two of your neighbors to .ubscribe and sending  lure south their |,ames with $20. " from the e FREE t4A+MPLECO[ IES, containing order blanks and full particu- lars, will be (.hePrully furnished upon rece|i,t of postal card request.  huntersinflicted wS Address Globe Printing Company, Publisher, .-w. , tt ..  ..... Oscar : St. Louts Globe* Democrat, 00ov,ng t,, ST. LOIIS, Me.  l Cuh"  'r lay ome h %l,.llF:t;l.ll@.St-:- Oats, per bushel ............. --The services at the Presbyterian and family, returning preserved and dyed, and of beauti- from the, ....... _:,, ..................... Flour, per ewt ................. 60 oflloe of D