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l'he h*00nton Sun TERMS OF SIIBSCRIPTION O 6ar .... ............... $1.0C|n Advance [i Months ..................... 50 lingle Copie ............................ 5 een Entered at tie Post-Of'flee a Trenton Iil..  ecgh:ch-- mai I matter, ]11 Phone)FRIOE ............ 900 ': ADVERtiSING RE TES. Single Colurrm Inch Rate. "1 [nserti01h' 20 cents. 2 insertions, ]5c each insertion :8 insertions, I0c each insertion On longer contracts, first page, ty'cent, each insertion. On an other page, six cents each .:nsertion. i * An appropriu i.f $30o,000 an.uM- ly, as State Aidfor the improvement ofHtghlYS wasmade by the past gneral assembly. Clinton Counly should Secure its fair porportion, a[ati expend it on tile improvement of its maiu h'ighways. i, Ithasbeetl proveu that wheu the businessnaenofthts city desire to get a large crowd of strangers to this city they get together ald alan a good evening's entertainlnent, do a little advertisingaud get the pe.)ple "here. Why not get together on some proposition to get an industry of same kind to employ more people here and see how soot] tile vacant houses would fill up. Tbe a(lveriisiug manager of the Illinois State Fair is sen(linK out propositious to the country press that would De a credit to a patept lnedieinc fakir. Ifhe state has no n]oney to pay for advertising the fair an houestappeal to the couutry press will bring liberal'response. The offer mailed title week is too muCil likeaskin game aud verytew . legitimate newpapcrs will have any- thillg to do witlt it, Bad roads are a Door investment. The farmer in reality pays a prem- ium forbad roads. He pays it in timoexpeudedin getting to market; in value of drnftiug animals and the food tiler eat, and in tbeextra hat,t for their care and handlit[g; in in- ereaued nuinber of vehicles and in wear and tear on them. an(lilt the decreased product of land that has less attentiou and care. If the c)untry lltdn system of smooth and hard ltighways it wouhi blossom like aroseand prosperity would follow in the wake. The new road law went into eWect.Iuly 1. It provides for the apl)oinimeut by the Goveuor o( n Stale tqri,tendent of Highways and a Stat, s uineer, and i)y the Board of Supervisors in each county at their next regular or special meet. tgafter this taw goes into effect a county superintendent of highways by seleetlulhrae names to be sub- mitted to the Civil Service Board f,r a competitive exalnination. At the same meeting it will also be the dtly ef the Supervisors to select aud make amapof the roads desir- ed improved, to be submitted to the ,:tate SuperilLendeut for his approv- al. The highways to be designated by the county boards slali be us ltearty aa possible thee, highways cotmecting the principal towns and trading points in each county with each other.n.I also with the prin- chance of obtainitg federal aid* for Iheproposition. he new hlghway law paves the way for obtaining aid from the state, assistance being givetl for one half of the cost of cer- tain tru,k lines througl| tile counties the highways to be maintained by the state afterwards. Last Satur- day the boosters of St. Clair county succeeded in having the board of supervisors apply to the state higtl- way COUlmissipn for aid under the new law, further|nero that the Vin- cennes-St. LoUis state road to be given attention first. Tit-re will be from ten o fifteen machinesin the tour starting Tues- day cotttaining at least fifty persons, and only those'in tlils crowd will be entertianed free by various commit- tees aloug tits route; Tile first sop for dinner will be Olney, and 'rues- day night there will he a big demon- stration in Salem. stile tourists will leave there Wednesday morning and stop inC.trlyle for diuner. To allow that tl|e cliizetts of Cliuton county are interesteti it will be highly prop- er for autoists from all parts of tile couuty to fill their machiues with better roads enthusiasts aud nleet tile pa ty at hattuc, form an escor and move on to Trenton the last Stop ill the courtly. FIFTY MILLIONS LOST ON GGS ANNUALLY. The government investigations show tla two thil'd of tlte millions dollars loss in the quality of eggs occurs on the farm. We know that the average egg r'xiserdoes not realize this alld will bemfly too glad o remedy it whe told that it can be done by the fol- lowing few simple suggestions. Gather eggs 3or4 p. nt. if possi- the as eggs soon spoil under broody hell, or it, hot hen house. Keep iu cool, dry shady place away froln flies atoll heat of sun and SlOVO. Market eggs at least twice a week. Keep nests and eggs clean; but if dirty, scrape o1' brush off dir as ggs soon spollif wet. If possible, separate male hirdsaf- tel' hatching season as eggs keep much longer. WAR IN THIS CiTY This paper again as always is do- inz ils part for the welfare of this community as well aa its readers. The "War AgainstTle Fly" is be- ingcarriedou in every town and city l, the United States, and tilers is no reasou why the people of this eam:nuuttyshouhl not join handsln this great work and exterminate theln as we all kuow t he fly is the worst disease spreader known. The Brefeld Hardware Company have started the ball to rolling by offering a pocket kdfe to every boy who will bring to the store one quart jar full of flies on or before A1tgust let. Other dealers are invited to offer premiums to the etlildren so tint theiciterest wlllbekept up. This paper will do its L)art by printing seth premi:.:ms in this paper gratis. Everyci|ild iu town Is asked to read this paper keeping himself p()st- edasto the premiumus to be gvou away. The(.ldor people should do their duty iu this community by ad- vocating"War Against the Fly.b OBITUARY ' Death again has visited our COl)l- muuity and this tnne has taken from us one of the early settlers here. The grmt monster is no respecter of persons,[he weals his sickle attd takes witl him the young, middle aged and old. This time it was Amanda M. Clinton, who has made for herself many friends She was born inCulpeper county, Virginia, March 12, I831. S| moved with ler parents to St. Clmrles county, clpaltcwus aud trading points In o:iler counties. The salary of the su-IM" Here she lived utitil Silo was periutoudeut isle be fixed by the i United ln marriage t Dr" A. S. Clin- eo'unW boarO. One-half the cost ef ltnfCashGrve'M" In}861 Ihey moved to Illinois andiu 1858 she, bnlld4ngroads will'be paid hy thiwith her husband, united with the State, thecotnty to issue bonds fort Methodist Episco[ml church iu Tren- theottWr half. the stale to assume the mallltena,ce of all roads huilt by State aid. Oar Supervisors should TY0st ttp iu regard to the new law in order lihat they may take intelligent actiou at their meeting in Septeln- bet" The arrane|neuts for the blg auto mbile tour next Tuesday and Wed- nesday for the purpose of giving the hnprovemeut of the old Vincenne and St.Louls state road a boost,have been completed with the exception of a fw minor details. The ma- chines from tiffs endof the line will be driven to V.ineenues Monday for the start early next mor,ing,  he propositiouis receivi'ngan unusual amount of attention from the news- papers creulaHng in this part of the state, atl the people in eneral seem to have caugl,tthe spirit el booSling. Tile route is considered the best from ttany standpoints for a great hig4tway across tle sta',e, aud a much better one than tile old Natlou- aJ road througi Great, villa arid Van. delia, tlierefore we slam l a goeS| ton aud has lived afaithful member of that church until her death. Sister Clinton leaves to mourn her deattt Due brother and sister, quite anuml)er of relatives and a large circle ef friendt,but tllere is one that will miss here more than all the rest, ,us who has been as a daughter, Miss Emma Feuton. On July 3d quietly and so peacefully she was not, for God took her. The filnoral was held tram tla M.E. Church .luly 6th, at 2 p. m., conducted by tlrPastorantl hewas assisted by Rev. N. I). Sweeney a former Past- or. alaoRev. Lawrence Smith DiSt. Superintendent. The choir render- ed some beautiful selections, and as the shadows began to lengthen aitd under tile sbadeofthebeautiful trees in the lovely Trenton cemet(Ty we tenderly laid her body in the tolab to await tile resurrection. "Life's labor done. as sinks the day, Light iron its load the spiriDflles, While heaven attd earth combine to say How blest the rlgllteo, when they die," A BARGAIN! I have for sale, two family brick Flat, with bath, gas, furnace, on brick street, all improvements paid for-- lot 40x120; rents for 830.00 a month, for $2800.00 Don't you think it will pay you to investigate this? 'Oeo..5 Caughlan Real Estate. Insurance and Loans. Second Floor Murphy Buildiug, EAST ST. LOUI8, ILL. PROFESSIONAL DR. h. NZ00..S00 PHYSlCIAN2AND SURGEON. Specia'. attention to,Diseases of Eye (G!assea), Eat', Nose at:d 't't|roat. PHOHE 140 TRENTON, ILLINOIS, D R. w. R. STEFFENS DENTIST. FARMERS BANK BUILDING. TRENTON, ILLINOIS. Office Phone Bell No. 580. D R, E. G. SCH]k ITT; DENTIST Ackermann Building.:[;,,., Baden,IU Office No. 6. Kinloch Phone Residence 1o.36 , He {ili|lIKi OP]'ICIAN Mrs. Leo Colllgnon visited wi'th home folks at Beckemeyer, Wedues- day. MisaFIoraMenziof St. Louis i spending a few days with her moth- er here. REAL ESTATi "fRANSFER... A M Leonhard to Frank Leonhard hlf iut 8 a pt ne qr see 21; and 50 a pt ne qr see 21-2- 5: and lots I, 2, 3, and 5 of se qr see 2,1; und lot 4 so qr see '71 (except 7 n); and lot 6, blk 9: and Iotlblk 16, origl,ml town of Tren- ton, quit claim $I. C. P. McGrady to David Weigle lot3and wldflot2, blk 64, Breese let add to Carlyle, Warranty $600. H. A. ltitterskalnpto P. W. Quick lot8 blk 13, Rltterskamp Heights warraniy $135. M.G. Nothaus to tma Keber s hlf se qr see I3-3-3, warranly $1. Anna Keberto Maria G Nothaus s hlfse qr see 13.3-3, warranty $1. T S Reynolds to Tellie Paulsmoyer swqr swqr; and 2065-100 a south sid nwqrswqr sec 8-1-1, warrant.) $3,00. Charles L. Joues to Mary A Brown lot 103 and 10, blk II, Lower Carlyle ql;it claim $200. Mary A Brown, M "W attd Fr Meador toRay W H Carner, warran- ty $325. George Zachary to William Ragen lots 6,7,8,9arid 10 blk 18, Upper Carlyle, warranty $625. Sat'ah A. MeNally to James C and M H Koelling, s hlflot .I blk 2 P ann H add to Centralia warranty $700. JohnPGuudlachet al to Susan Poirot e lllf se qr see 20: and w hlf sw qr see 21; and w hlf sw qr see 28: and w hlfseqr swqrsw qr sec 29; saqrsec29; u hlfnoqr sec 32; and w hlf ne qr ec 33; and nw qr sec 33-2-2, quit claim $1. W Maibaum to Lena Hilgemann lots 10 and 11 hlk 2 Lapi;e add to Breese, quit clahn $375. Spectacles anti Eye elapses Fitted to All Forms of Defective Vision. PRI ES $1.00 AND UP. Bell Pltone 1080 TRINTO, ILLINelS J. J. 5HUSTEO SUGGESTIVE THERAPEUTIST, Cures All Cases that can be Cured Without Either Drug or-Knife Final Settlement Notice. STATE OF PHILIPFERSCIIBACHER DE- CEASED; Notice Is hereby given that te nnderstgned Executrix o! theeatats of Philip Persehbachsr deceased, wnl appear efore ths County Court of Clinton Couuty, liliuois, sitting for probate business, ou MONDAY, AUGUST 4th, 1913, for the purpose el making a final settlement of said estate, when and where all perseus inter- For Terms, Conditions anti Methods ested are hereby requested to attend. eoncerniug our Treatment, write Dated this 3rd day el luly, A. D.1913 JOSKPHtNE PERSCHBACHER, or ask fog Circulars. 7-10-13. Executrix TRENTON, ILLINOIS. A, PLACK CARR, ATTY. ' Adjustment Notice. Theo.C. Huber THE LEADtNfl Painter and Paper HanEe, I have received two sets el WallPaperBooks and Room Moldings.etc. Wall Paper at 3c adoubleroil ad up. Paints and Oils. TP, ENTON. ILLNOIS, i ........ == PORTRAITS Speeialdesigus in Mountings and Folios We respectfully lnvite your inspection of our work. TRENTON STUDIO open on Second and Last [Sat- urday attd Sunday of,each mouth. All other days at rew Bade't. I [ Nagele's hrt Studio, / I 7; .. , . , bl The0000eat Amer|can, the Trenton, Lord James, and other Leading Brand of high-grada Cigars manufac- tured by LOUIS WELZ TRBNTON, ILL. are made of the best Tobac- co on the market, and are the best that can b had for the money. A trialwill convince yo. ] obWe on a supply [ have hand 0 CIGAR CLIPPINGS if which make good Smoking[ a_.cco. otlcelshereby given that theuudersigued Executrix of the Estate of Jobu Me- guire. Deceased. will appear before the County uourt of Clinton County. sitting for probate business, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1913, st which time all persons baying claimsagahm said extate are requested to attend for the pur pose ot having the same adjusted, All p-rson iudebtedtosaid eslatearcrequeated to make immediate payment to the uedersigned. Dated this ICth day of July, A. D. 1913. MARY E. MEGUIRE, 7.1e-I3 Executrix, Final 00ettlement Notice. ESTATE OF ANNA M SC[tRAG, DECEAS- ED Notice is hereby given that th undersigned Exeenle! of the kstate of Anna M. Schrag, deceased, will tlle iu the office of th, County Court of Clintou Couuty. Illinois, his fin al re. port of his acts and dolngsin sahlestateand thatthcuudersigned wilt appear belore the said Court uu JONDAY, AUGUST 4TH, 191. snd will asklhat lhesaid report beapprcved and that lhey be dischared as such Exeentor, Dated this 10th day of July, 1913 Z. T. RgMICK, 7-10-18, ExecutoL four Stomach Bad? JUST TRY ONE OSE of IMayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy - aad Be Convinced That You Ca. Be Restored To Health You are not asked to take Mayr'e Wonder. sufferer of Sto,maeh Ailments that ttis great remedy should restore anyone so afflicted t good health. Mayr'e Wonderful Stomach Remedyhas been taken by many thousands of 1People throughout the land. It has brought health and haoineae to sufferers who had des- paired of ever being restored and who now lro- claim it a Wonderful Remedy and at*e urging others who may be suffering wiMa Stomach, l.ioer and lntestlnal Ail)nents to try it, lind you, Mayr" e Wonderful Stomach Remedy is so different than most medicines that are put on the market for the various stomach ailments--it is really in a by itself, and one dose will do more to convince the moat skeptical sufferer than tons of other medicines. Results from one 2 HOSIEY SPECIALS Boy's 25c Stockings at 15 cents. ' Boy's regular,25 cent ribbed Stockings, closely knit. 1 5g Wear like iron. Sizes6, 6, 7, 7. Pair ........................ Men's 35c Silk Half Hose 25 cents. Men's Black All Silk Half Hose, sizes 10 and 10L lair 25C Overalls and Work Shirts We have just received'a full line of our famous Globe Overalls, Jumpers and Work Shirts in all sizes. Our cus- tomers tell us there's none better. There's Cool Comfort in Men's Porosknit Underwear Porosknit ranks first in comfort, quality and durability. Sel:- arate garments 50 cents each. Union Suits, short sleeves,knee lengths, $100 each. Try them. A Few July Bargains 19 cent White Cloth Folding Fans ....................................... 15c 25 cent Silk Ginghams, yard .............................................. 19c 19 cent Tissues yard .................................. : ...................... 15c 50 cent Bulgarian Collars ................................................. 25c 25 cent Curtain Scrim, Grape pattern ........................ 15c 8 cent Lawns. yard ............................................................ 5c Amoskeag Woven Madras, yard wide ............................. 10c Ladies White Waists, 75c value, each .................................. 50c $1.50 Middy Blouses, now .................................................. $1.19 Agents for Butterick Patterns and the Delineator. August Fashion Sheets and Delineator now ready. Get one. INZEL /'IERCANTILE CO/'IPA NY A new lot of Lace aud Embroidery Beeding. nice and cheap pat- terns. Some more new patterns in Dimities, Lawns,etc.,10c to 25c a yd. Black, White, Blue and Tan Hosiery of all kinds. Don't forget we have a good line of Cool Underwear just in big demand these hot days. Threshing season is on and now is the time to put in your kitch- en some more old Flour. We have it. Five brands of hard and soft wheat. Give in your order Canned Pie Peaches, two 3 lb. cans 15c. Canned Raspberries and Blackberries, i lb. can 5c. " A good No. 1 Wearing Shoe at $3.50 in Black or Tan, Lace or Button. Pi Caps, Lamps, Carbide. etc., just in. Country Produce Exchanged for Merchandise. Rumely-Olds To Run Your00 Feed Grinder J T runs the grinder whenever you please r00l00nir00 it'S sure to stay till file is done. t only runs feed grinders but t will d6 any kind o you have for t. It s alaysread.y. Andno r'what the jb'rny be, will d6 it in quick time: can t possibly arrange to visi.t us end have us show you -Olds in operation, let us know avcl we'll sail on fou. Or if you d rather, we" M a catalog which tlls all about them. dose will amaze and the benefits are entirely * natural, as it acts on the source and foundation of these ailments, removing the poisonous ca- We're here to serve you; tarrh and bile accretions, and allaying the under- ,.e lying chronic inflammation in the alimentary and Intestinal tract, rendering the same anti- give t,s a Chance. septic. Just try one doe of Myr'e Wenderful Stpmaoh Remedy--put it to a test todl--yot wilI be overjoyed with your quick recovery nnd will highly pra{sc it as thousands of others are constantly dotng. Send for booklet on Stomach Ailments to Gee. H. Mayr, .Mfg. Chemist. 15-156 Whiing St,, Chioago, Ill. For sale in Trenton by Gee, Reber Druggist. Monken Merc. and Implement Co. SUMMERFIELD, ILLINOIS.