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THE TRENTON SUN, TRENTON, ILLINOIS "" GOOD NEWS FOR THE FARMER! NEW IDEA SPREADER the best ,Spreader for spreading all kinds of Manure, with a one year guarantee from date of purchase against de- fect or breakage, as we have 16 satisfied users since Jan. 1st, 1926. Drive in and see them demonstrated at our store. Also JOHN DEERE Model D. 15-27 Kerosene Burner 3 Plow Tractor Drive in yourself and see how it develops the rated Horse power. WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF FARM IMPLEMENTS Michigan onGrete 00;tave 00;il0 The best Silage keeper and the most durable Silo on the market. No cost for erection, as we erect all Michigan Silos free. We Deliver all Goods sold. Markus & Holtgrave BREESE, ILLINOIS Water Proof Varnish and Enamels Hot or cold water will not harm any floor, woodwork, fur- niture or anything finished with WATER-SPAR VAR- NISH. Comes clear for floors woodwork and linoleums, and in many beautiful colors for redecorating furniture. The proof that it will not turn white in water is the varnished wood pemel submerged in an aquarium which may be seen at our store. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Illinois Missouri Milk Producers Association to IlL Me. Cooperative Inc. Deed. Jos Hanke's 1st add to Trenton. Strip S of lots 7 and 8 and part nw % sw % sec. 12-1-5. $500. Mathilda Grote to Jessie Cooley. W D. N part center part nw *A nw % sec. 15-2-2. $300. Herbert Sharp to Wm A Sharp and Sylvia A Riedemann. Q C D. Part ne % ne 1A sec. 10-1-3. $1.00. Henry Baahlmann to Jos Holt- mann. W D. N ne 1A sw, % sec. 15 and S 1/2 ne % sec. 15 and ne % sw  see. II-i-5. $15,000. DR. L. NIZ3S PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Special attention to Diseases of Eye, (Glasses), Ear, Nose and Throat Phone 140 TRENTON, ILLINOIS C. H. GIESEKE spectaOPTOMyTRst all forms of Defective Vision Ofltc, Hours from 9:00 a. m. to 12 m. and l:00p, m.. to 5:00 p. m. Every Day Excel?t Sunday & Thurs- day. Make appointment by telephone PHON ES--Oflic 47x. Residence 20B. TRENTON. ILLINOIS JOHN MONKEN General Auctioneer RATES REASONABLE Phone---Sgmmeriteld. Illtn E. J. KUHN PHONE 4-L. TRENTON. ILL. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER I will cheerfully furnish plans and estimates for all work done by day or contract. HOME BUILDING A SPECIALTY HY. H. WELLING CONGTRAi(TOR ANI) BUILDER TRENTO , IL,. Plans and Estimates Cheerfully fur. nished for all kinds of Carpenter Work. 7obs taken by Day PHOTOGRAPHS[ Our special line of High Grade Quality of Folders and Cards SERVICE SAFET00 STATEMENT OF i The Farmers Bank of Trenton , As of April 12, 1926 - RESOURCES Loans ...................................................................... $195,358.40 Overdrafts ..,. .......................................................... 16.11 U. S. Government Bonds, other bonds and Securities ................................................ ..... 218,421.09 Banking House and Fixtures ................................ 16,555.00 Due from Banks and Cash .................................... 70,261.98 Total ..................................... .::. ............................ $500,612.58 LIABILITIES Capital Stock ........................................ i ................. $ 25,000.00 Surplus . ................................................................... 20,000.00 . Undivided Profits .................................................. 3,493.94 Deposits .................................................................. 437,244.92 Due to Banks ............................................................ 14,873.72 Total ................................. : .................................. $500,612.58 i i = BOARD OF DIRECTORS A. B. Hammel, President; Eugene Hoyt, Vice-President; D. L. Schaeffer, Cashier; Chas. Harpstrite, A. J. Tschudy, | A.C. Brefeld, Frank Leonhard, Thomas Fischer and -=-"'-,  a Henry Seger. I IIIIIIII I I IIIIIlill_!l .... II I DETECTIVES WAI00TE00[) To identify the persoas whose descriptions ill be pcsted at all Whatever you needglass, paint, varnish, brushes, pap- for Wedding Pictures and Red ,rrow Places er, etc. w have that which exactly fills your require- others are of [he Latest. Sat urday M ay I st ments. Trenton Photo Gallery PAH , openthe Second and Last & DIT3 M Sunday of each month, all other days at SewBaden. PAINTERS ANDDECORATORS Phone73-R. !l!,!:!R0d ARD $2500 TRENTON, ILLINOIS Nae[ele's Art Studio. our Flocks have again been State ! Accredited, having been carefully cnll. ed and banded by a competent Poultry Judge, a guarantee of real quality. OREER YOUR CHICKS NOW, Two hatches coming off each:week. We also do Custom Hatching. We have a nice line of Poultry Sup- CRIMSON HEAT plies. I THE EGYPTIAN HATCHERY I "'-"''"-''' It wherever pain, inflammation, eor.gtion or e i l exi|t. A household neeetty--keep it on hanu flways. Ask for and Insit upon gettin the genuiuo Crimson Heat-aeeet no 8ub|tltgte. Lbok fmttradeo lmid on reeelvt  pflee-- but uz your orgqt nre. f SUMMERFIELD, ILLINOIS- ' .$ mm'konpaek'o_. In handy tub, 6.o lle.leet" THE ALPEIq CO., 112'/Pine Street, St. LOOts. Me. UIIIIIOUH 1115ol The F.JtMR Of Pldos Itltd AChl| hen you buy Bread you should demand only the best and purest to be had. This youJare insured of if you de mane Bread baked at the Trenton Steam Bakery. Our Rolls, Coffee Cake, Cookies, etc.. are also fresh and appetizing. Get them at Harem's. Buy Trenton Steam Bakery Bread, None Better, at H. J. Harem's, Ginzei's, Leonhard's andEicher's. W. T. CARR, Druggist TO BREEDERS Mack 101640 THE PERCHERON STALLION will make the season of 1926 at the Ben Zimmermann Barn, 2% miles northeast of New Baden. Mack is a fine Percheron horse, as good as one glows, and has a good reputation in his vicinity. Terms$12. See posters for fur- ther particulars. ZIMMERMANN BROS. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Those who are in a "run down" cond- tlon will notice that Catarrh bothers them much more than when they are in good health. This fact proves that while Catarrh is a local diase, it Is greatly influenced by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE c?: stats of an Ointment  which quit Y Relieves by local application, and the Internal ]Medicine, a Tonic. which amflsts i In improving the General Health:_ _ Sold by druggists for over v xearg. P J, Choney k Co., ToledO, OhlO Sun Ads Brin00 Results TRY TH EM. The next Red Arrow uction will be held Saturday, May 15, at the City Garage. Go to any Red Arrow Place to see when the Auction Box doses. You cannot bid after the hour of closing the Auction Box. A Cash Prize of $5.00 will be given to the Orgaizatiou bdding highest on it Saturday, June 12th, (3rd auction). Have you registered to help your Organization? If not, do "so at once at Ginzel Mercantile Co's. Store. These Red Arow Vouchers may be used at any time to pay bid on the eesh that will be offered often for Organizations only. WILL YOU put in the highest bid on some[one of the Auction articles before Saturday night and earn the $5.00 in Red Arrow Money? RED ARROW PLACES WHEN YOU SPEND A I)0LLAR HERE YU GET A RED ARROW DOLLAR B gK Ginzel Mere, Co. City Garage Brefeld Hdw, C. Plan and Instructions patentedand opyrighte l, Red Arrow Service Co., Sprin8t ,4a, fit.