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i i ii CHOCOLATE M,M,CAKES Lb. 25 c CANE SUGAR 25,,oun $1'59 Pocket Oleo, Wondernut, per lb ............................... 20c Cheese, American Loaf, per lb ............................... 33c Cheese, Pimento, per lb ................................ 37c Country Club Rolled Oats, pkg ................................... 9c Wall Paper Cleaner, Avon- dale, 3 ehns .................... 2Oe Country Club Beans, 2 cans for ...................... 15c Corn, Standard, No. 2 can ............................ 9c Navy Beans, 4 lbs ................................. 25c Tomatoes, Standard, No. 2 can, 3 cans .................... 25c Karo Syrup, 5 lb. Blue Label ............ 25c Country Club Peaches, in sugar syrup ................ 27c Country Club Butter, Creamery, lb ................... 44c Country Club Butter, Oranges, Sweet Cream, lb ............. 47c per dozen ........................ 55c m II - -1 " When you roof this year use MULE-HIDE We recommend Mule-Hide as tho long,earing, most economical Roof you can buy. We have a Mule-Hide Roof to fit your pocket book--either asphalt shingles or roll roofing. L. C. RIEM:XNN . d ERTABLtsHE[D 18cs. FOIiNITU,iE, CARPETS, LINOLEUf00IS, TRO00IKS us, Mattresses, B. Undertaking Promptly Attended To. IhOWER8 FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS [ AGENTS FOR MONUVIFNYS TRENTON ILL I .. ! SPECIALS AT EICHER'S COME IN and see our yard wide fa:'t color French Novelty Prints at 25c a yard. The Largest and Nicest Turkish Towels with Col3red Border at 5Cc each. Eight different brands ,3f Malt at 50 and 65c per can. A new lot of Galvanized Screen Wi,e, all sizes, at a cheap price. Creamer} Butter at 45c rer p.und. , Highest Market Price paid fr PO[ILTRY and EGGS. THE TRENTON SUN, TRENTON, ILLINOIS .......... I I [ L for Economical Transportation \\; Touring.. $510 Landau . . *765 " Roadster - 510 Y, TonTruck 395 Coupe " - 645 ,-o,, ' 1 Ton Truck 550 Coach - - 645 ,.o., ALL PRICES F. O., B. FLIlqT, MICHIGAN Aristocdc in appearance, offering thrilling new qualities of performance--and lower than eye,in price--the Chevrolet Fisher Body Sedan stands unchallenged as the finest sedan In th e low price field! d' here above all, is the flawlessly smooth operatithe splen&d power, the flashing i plek.up,fPullman.llke ridlng.over all roads at all speedthat make the Improved Chevrolet a revelattgn in low priced transportation. See It at our showroom--drive it today l ', Brefeld Chevrolet Co. TRENTON, ILLINOIS DISTRIBUTORS FOR CLINTON COUNTY. QUALITY AT SUPERVISORS STATEMENT full Statement of the Financial Affairs of the Town of Lookingglasa County of Clinton and State of Illi- nois, as existing on the 31st day of March A. D. 1926: To balance on hand, March 31, 1!)25 .................................... $1967.11 Amount received from County Treasurer May 12, 1925 ...... 500.00 Amount received August 14, 1925 .................................. 119.1 ' Amount re.ceived March 27, 1926 .................................... 500.00 Total receipts .................... $3086.28 Paid out .................................... 1333.90 F O Kennett, Aud sewice ........ 2.00 L H Santel, Supervisor set. ..... ' 17.00 ,Hy Winlder, fumigating ser .... mOO Total ....................... ,. ......... "133 iMarch 27, 1926 i Geo Weber, cemetery work.,.,$ 20.00 iFrank Zirkel, Comm service..:. 256.00 W T Carr, fumigating material 6.00 Trenton Sun, printing balh:)ts 17.25 t Legal Advisor Pub. Co., election supplies ...................... 36.04 Geo Weber, cemetery service.. 20.00 iL tt Santel, Sup service ............ 81.50 Geo D Barnard, stationery ...... 8.42 Chas. Stukenberg, clerk ser .... 129.95 Jos Vlasak, auditor sevvic0.., 2.00 F 0 Kennett, auditor service.. 2.00 "-- Total ...................................... $979.16 Balance on hand ................ $1752.38 Dated at Albers, Ill., this 31st day Paid out .................................... 979.t6 of March, 1926. i ........ L. It. SANTEIs Supervisor 5aJanee on hand ........................ I/5.2"z , -- Total amount paid out, and the Ac- } INER GUARDS [count on which the same was paid I  " , . [art; as follows: I - Aug H 'Zimmermann, t Avoid blowouts and punctures by .. Insurance .; .......... ; ................... $ 10.00]inserting Iner-Guards on your Tires harry Sempm, juuge service 600I ...... ou"le q "" "" ,H J Brede, same ..................... 7.00 xney win. a n  e mneage oz any Hy J Wangler, same 7 50 'Tire, will outwear two or more eas- Win. Linek, clerk and hall rent 8.50 ings and offer freedom from Tire Arnold Brede, clerk service .... 6.00 trouble when used in old eaMngs. B J Santel. judge service and return poll books .................... 9.50 For particulars see W.R. Weber, John Bachmann, judge service 6.00 agent, Trenton, Ill. Gust Hertzing, same .................. 6.00 Fred Billhartz, clerk service .... 6.00 Frank Feidler. same: ................. 6.00 SUGAR CREEK Louis Osterwisch, judge service and return poll books ............ 7.00 Jacob Krausz, judge service and hall rent ............................ 8.50 Hy Schumacher, judge service 6.00 Hy C Neumeyer, clerk service 6.00 Wm Osterwisch. same ................ 6.00 L H Santel, judge service and hall rent ..................... ..... 8.50 Otto Huegen, judge service .... 6.00 Wm Johnson, judge service and return poll books ............ 7.00 Hy Broeckling, clerk service.. 6.00 Ed Netemeyer. same ................ 6.00 Jos Heimann, judge service .... 6.00 Mike Breiner. judge service .... 6.00 Martin Schumacher. judge ser vice & return pool books ...... 9.50 Ity C Itorstmann, clerk serv.. 6.00 Geo J Heimann, clerk service.. 6.00 Trenton Sun, 1200 ballots and publishing report .................... 13.80 Wm Linck. moderator service 1.50 Frank Zirkel, Commissioner serwee ...................................... 632.00 Arthur Billhartz. Assessor service ...................................... 362.50 Charles Stukenberg, Clerk ser 119.10 louis Osterwisch, Auditor ser 2.00 Bert Hobbs was a Trenton caller Saturday. Burkhardt Bros. were at Trenton Saturday. John Zurliene was at Trentor, Fri- day evenfiag. Herman Poehling and family were at Trenton, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Killian were at Trenton, Wednesday, Oscar Lee and family were at Trenton, Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. George Zurliene vis- !ted John Zurliene, Friday. Otto Gruender of Trenton called on John Zurliene, Saturday. LOW COST DO YOU KNOW FirstAccommodation in the way of discounts and loans. Of course we must feel safe before we can grant these, but you will find us reasonable. Second--A banking SERVICE that is surpassed by no bank in.this state. Third--Courtesy and promptitude in attending to your business, whatever the size of your balance. Foirth--Careful. earnest, thoughful and expert advice in all financial:and business matters on which we are quali- fied to advise. :iThis, of course, without charge. Under Supervision United States Government FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF TRENTON We Pay 3 Per Cent on Savings Robt. Wilson and wife were Tren- l ton visitors Wednesday night, t ........ '--=:- ' Jac. Henss was a ealler at the Will[ Sun Ads Bring Results ttaas home W(idnesday afternoon, j Mrs. John Haas called on Mrs.[ Walter Steffens, Thursday morning. ' W  Y T H E: M.