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TRENTON, SUN,, TRENTON, ILLINOIS The Trenton Sun FOR A BIGGER HOSPITAL campaign on Monday, May 17th. Sim- .ar a.aogemen00 are being made Dr J. S. WOLFRAM The secd vnas meeting in the lover the entire county. Every adult interest of the St Joseph's Hospital person in Breese township will be so- \\; ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY Thursday, April 29, 1926 i ,, ,,. ,, , NEWTON RULE, Publisher Entered at the Post-Office at Trenton Ill., as second-class mail matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year. ................... $1.50 in Advance Six Months ............... 75 in advan :f. . .. 'ROBATE Graduate Veterinarian of Breese, Illinois, was held on lieited. Arrangements will be made I Thursdhy ,ven{ng, April 22rid, at Ifor the payment of donations either OFFICE OVER SEGER'S STORE Ithe City Hall im.Breese. A large and at once, in six months or one year Phone 134 TRENTON, ILLINOI enthusiastic' lrty of citizens from ]from date of solicitation. Breese Successor to DL A, E. Harding) Breese and Breese tpwnship were i n township is expected to raise a large attendance. The meeting was called  portion of the sums needed for the - to order:], Mr. August Grunz, Chair- new addition, i mah:offhe "Committee of 24, who '' ' have charge of the drive in Breese, 66006 t000f[ll[000[00I [He stated that the purpose of the meeting was o appoint a building committee to help the Sisters of the  , Hospil .'1' thection of the pro- posed w additlon to the" Hospital. Estate of E A Aft{tr:'ia' briej  interesting dis- It kills the germs. cUSS|O,'| was Ided to:appoint a John H. Wheritt, Ex, Pr)0f qf pb- -., ..... v , - _ ...... lication of final settlemt notice enrapture of six, tvo. from each of ' theith parshh,  namely St. Au- made and filed. Final report up- , HIOHLAND proved.' ,'" :: gus1lne', St. John's andSt. Domin-MA'8LE""J'-------- WOHKS Estate of John H HueIsmann, ic's.' The ,need for a publicity com- Dec'd. ?'Bernard Huelsmann," Tstee: mitres .for the distribut{on of fnfor- Fimil report of trustee filed and up- matidlCglcthe Hospital .vas prved' iall the heirs being nw of I advis Y'svelL They urged' that M:;N T S legal age filer receipts for amounts !when liN:/S'irs took charge of the due them. It is. ordered tat Trus--Hospital, 0w .many patients they tee be dscharged and his Tsteeship hav:attendecl to, the satisfied and in- forever closed. I creas{hg number of people from all parts of Clinton county, who have COUNTY COURT ITEMS The People etc. vs. Leo Haar, lar- ceny. Defendant Leo Haar appears in "open court, signs jury waiver and enters plea of guilty, it is ordered that the defendant be fined twenty- five dollars and costs and sentenced to the county jail for term of 30 days, jail sentence to be suspended upon good behavior. Defendant committed to the county jail until fine and costs are fully paid. Mittimus to issue up- on failure to pay fine and costs. ANNUAL STATEMENT q For the fiscal year ending 'Decem- ber 31st, 1925 of the Trenton Build- ing and Loan Association, of Tren- ton, Illinois, organiT.ed under the laws of Illinois, made to the Auditor of Public Accounts, pursuant to an Act entitled "An Act in relation to Mutual Building, Loan and Home- stead Associations," in force July 1, 1919. Incorporated December 1889, com- menced business Jan. 1890. ASSETS Loans on Real Estate ........ $117,400.00 Loans on Stock pledged .... 5,350.00 Interest $78.60 and Fines $3.20 accrued and unpaid 81.80 Instalments on stock due and unpaid .......................... 62.00 Bills Receivable, E. St. Louis Mtg ......................... 16,850.00 Furniture and Stationery .... 420.00 Cash in hands of rTeasurer 917.10 Total Assets ................ $141,080.90 LIABILITIES Regular Installments paid in on stock ........................ $112,006.00 Installments in stock paid in advance ................ 228.00 Installments on stock due and unpaid .................. 62.00 Bills payable ........................ 2,600.00 Contingent Fund .............. 65.%7 Profit (divided) .................. 25,043.18 Profit (undivided) .............. 487.94 Total Liabilities ............ $141,080.90 RECEIPTS Cash in Treasury at com- mencement fiscal year ...... $ 9.896.60 Installment r:ceived dur ins !he veer. ............ 24055.00 Interest received during th year .............................. 8.129.98 Membership or admission fees received ...................... 34.25 Fines received during the year .............................. 23.20 Loans repai:l and matured., 11,059.00 Bills nayaMe, b ,trowed ........ 10.(;00.00 Bills Receivabe, E Mtg .... ],000.00 Total Receipts ................ $77,889.03 DISBURSEMENTS Loan on Real Est.te .......... $50,600.00 Loans on Stock pledg'ed ...... 4,500.00 Installments on stock with- drawn and matured .......... 7,456.00 Interesb or Profit on Stock withdrawn ................ 2.180.54 Bills Payable ....................... 8.000.00 Interest on bili nayable ...... 144.83 Expenses, encra] ................ 499.36 Expense, salaries .................. 580.00 ]]xpesc,, ;taiohePy, pos- tage and printin ............ ' .... 11.20 Casb in hands c; 'Yrea.'mrer 917.10 Total DisbuEsemcnts ...... $77,889.03 PAULINE SIEBER, Secretary. DOES YOUR BACK ACHE? come to receive the benefits of ex- pert nursing, the urgent need of a larger ,Hospital with modern equip- ment and,. better facilities for tak- ing care and waiting on patients. The Committee of 24 met Tuesday evening, Aprl 27th, at the City Hall in Breese, and decided to begin their t i ill t t i i ia prescription for Colds, Grippe, Flu, Dengne, Bilious Fever and Malaria. IHeadstones ,ablet of Foreign& Amer can Mablesud Gra atisfactt o n GuaranteS HENRY RASCH, Local Agent i at .... |Romance and Adventm-e--Just Around the Cornert00 . ': Within easy motoring distance of your own home, spots of wonder are waiting for you I The spectacu* far---the beautifulthe wonderfulnot many miles from your own door! With fun, freedom and adventure in finding them. Fill your tank with Red Crown Gasoline--get a  _oad mapleave your troube behindad' " hrf I to the excitement of flying .landscape and f surprises at every turn. This short list is just a suggestion of the infinite variety tha t awaitsyou. IA-The Black Hills of South Dakota, in reality mountains over 7,000 feet above sea level, the color of midnight blue because of,tlieLr forest of blue spruce and Norway pine, State tighway No. 85. 2Eig Spring State Park, Missouri. An aver- age of 223,000,000 gallons of water per day gush out of z rocky cliff and rush into Cur- rent River. one of the swiftest and most beautiful of Ozark streams. Near Van I-luren n Etate -!ighway iNlo. 16. --Fort Lneoln Park near ./Iandan, North Dakota, on a high bluff overlooking the l,issouri Valley Old offccrs' quarters of I%-'-t Abraham Lincoln and the site of an old Mandan Villae. tate itawz, y No. 6. 4---"The Giant Sycamore" lrgest broadleaved tree in the United $ate, over 42 feet in circumference at five fet above the ground. Tkree mih:s from Vorthing:cn, Greeme County, indiana. State :igbway No. 12. 5---The vast prairie of Icnsas. ::ira "co:e of the continent." "Cnior Pacihc ]ighway No. 10 av_d Victory Highway 1'o. 15 aJon the Kansas River. 6--Morched Caves i.n fimestcne ock that are hdn vth bea'.,tiful pleats and rare ferns. lqear i,/faquoketa, iowa. tate }::ighways Nos, 20 and 62 7The f,.n;,v,s Gull Lake. .{:t,i:=n, beauti- fully wooded arm " "- " ....  *-- sliver- t)CC,,I_V,. S:'at lii'l.wav NO. 17 between B.':tqa Creek and Kalamazoo. hc Swi3 Scltlemci;t at New G!au. Wi3- COllill. an odd l{tte tov;n tra,lnte:t frcm the C!d World v:tb. Swqs.,i colc. ar2hitcc- lure. ialiKuaVe c.Id (:'uItoms. ).%o2 far from lZ.adison, o State l.:ig, way N:.. 31. 9--The "l.:c,;'_h 5 ;orc T.',J" :a: "i ,, :esota. ene of the famous scmic hi';h'.'ay s ( - he coratry al6ng the wild .nd r:Gg..d coast ef Lake Superior from ;fDuhlh to the Catzaditua boundary. State I-llghway Io. 1. 10The Cahokia Indian Iound covering 14 acres in Illinois, the largest edifice ever built by human hands. Just out of East St. Louis on State Highway No. 3. 8month, wonderful highways throughout the Mid- dl West make motoring a joy. And at convenien intervals|all along these highways the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) has established service stations for your convenience. "-. 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COnnCTSD svav nnan - The telephone ervice is somenmes unjustly blamed Wheat, p,e,r .bushel .............. $1.63 for poor transmissio.n when the fault is really with Corn ............... 64 the user. Oats .... . .............. 4 0 To obtain the best result speak directly into the tel Bran, per hundred .............. 1.6o phone, with lips close to but not touching the Shipstuff ............................... 1.75 mouthpiece. Speak in a moderate tone of voice and creenigs ............................ 1.75 not too rapidly. Hen Feed ............................... 2.0 Chowder ............................. 3. r.S Compliance with these suggestions will improve the Cracked' Corn, per I00 .:. 1.65 service tO aH,tur. Eggs per dozen .................. 25 Country Lard. perlb ........... 16 ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANt" Countr: Butter in prints..:, .40 IBE!.L SYSTEM " roll, or blk .... 35 Creamery Butter, per lb ...... : 50 One Poli . One System - Unitmrd Serl Chlekcns--Hens, light ........ .23 " Spring 1925, 2 lb.. 22 " hens, heavy, perlb. .25 " Roosters perlb ..... .14 9eese per lb ....................... 12 Ducks, oer Ib ...................... 20 ZS76 THE TELEPHONE'S FIFTIETH YEAR Pigeons, per dozen ............ 25 Salt,  a barrel ............. .15