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Better Take No Chances Make sure before you buy that you get in quality all that you pay for. The buggy that will not stand up and give service and satisfaction and long life to the user is not cheap at any price. It&apos;s costly in the long run. So, for your own good, before you buy--Compare--Compare-- Compare. That's the test of value--honest comparison. i We have here in stock a ll-selected [] assortment of the newest and latest style m , "BANNER m -" BUGGIES"il i , : - -- - - Come in and look at them. Let Ill T ]  US show you the class and char- $ I'N,\\;J ] J1 actor of material used--the llI  | ...... methods of construction--how r   ' "BANNER BUGGIES'" are ][[ l//I ,  "kj'/:)t',f\\;N ironed and braced--how they Ill d v - are upholstered, painted and Ill finished. Then get our prices Ill and go and see |f there is any other place you can duplicate our [[] "BANNER BUGGY" values. , Ill If you will investigate---and that's what we want you to do---we will get m the business, for we can save you in your purchase a clean, clear 40%, W and at the same time give you style and quality that's way ahead of what It[ the others can furnish. Ill Come inand see for yourself. That's all we ask. HI TONY HARPSTRITE, Ut NEW BADEN, ILLINOIS. ill ,, ,,   Jos. Glanzner & Son DEALERS IN-- Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums, RUes, TRuNKs, ETc. q FLOWERS FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS. Undertaking Carefully Attended To. V AHTOMOBILE TIRES Any kind or size, Goodrich, Diamond, Sweinhart, Morgan & Wright, Fisk, --Pullman, J. & G., U. S.,or any other kind. Out Boots, Reliners, Also carry in stock Hook or Blow Spark Plugs, Grease and Oils. Auto. VINOENNES & ST. LOUIS -.ao,.s ,,,,o / An examination 'of applicants for| 0AD TOUR JULY 15 18 1913 econd Grade Certificates will be R "" , held at the High School Building at] The Vincenims and St. Louis Good CaNyle, Illinois on Tuesday July[ Roads Association hasar]anged an ISth; In the elements of'the natural[ Automobile Tour over theold State Sciences on %Vcdnesday following,[ road to take place on the above examinatlo,s begin at 9:30 A.M. [ dates. , Iosecurea Second Grade Certifl- I Starting irom Vincennes at 7:20a catetlecattdidate mnst make an av- m , on Tuesday, shortstops WIll be erage of 75 per cent ln the f,)llowing: made at every statiou along the Reading, Writing, Spelling, Civics, route, arriving at Salem at 7:00p. m. Arithmetic, Grammar, History, where a night meeting will be held. Geography, Illinois ttlst,)ry, Pbysi- On the seco-d day leaving alem at elegy and Theory aud Practice of 7"00a re,the following,tops will be l'echlt. Loweststaudng p,rmitt- made: Odin ...................... 7:5 a. m. Leave .................... 7:.i a. m. Sandoval .................. 8:15 a. m. Leave ................... 8:45 a. m. Sbattue .................... 9:05 a. m. Leave ................... 9:20 a.m. erriu ...................... 9:35 a. m. Leave .................... .q:50 a. m. Huey ..................... 10:05 a. m. Leave .................. I0:20 a. m. Carlyle .................... 10:50 a. m. (Meeting until I1:20 a. m. Dinnec at E. A. Kahlert's at 11:20 a. m.) Leave .................. I:00 p. ul. Beckemeyer ...... . ........ I :'20 p. m. Leave ................... 1:40 p. ,33. Breese ..................... 2:20 p. m. Leave ................... 2:45 p. an. Avisiou ................... 3:00 p. m. Leave .................... 3:15 p. m. Trenton ................... 3:35 p. m. Leave .................... 4:00 p. m. Summerfleld ................ 4:5 p. m. Leave .............. /. .... 4:30 p. m. Lebanon .................. 4:45 p. m. Leave .................. 5:10 p. m. '  0 O1allou .................. 5.3 p.m. Leave ................... 6:00 p. m. East St. Louis .............. 7:00 p. in. Hon. A. L. Maxwell, Hon. ttomer 'rice, author of new road law; Hon. Robert Jones, of Flora; Hon. Tom Williams, of Lonivflle, and Hon Ed Wright, of Chicago, president of American Federation of Labor o[ Illinois, will deliver speeches at the different places along the route. At 3:35 p. m. they will arrive at Trenton, where a big reception will be tendered them by our citizens at the Trenton Park. Every good roads hooster in this neighborhood Is re- quested to be present. Good address- es will be delivered by prominent speakers on good roads. Arthur Siegmund of St. Louis spent the Fourth with hlsfamily at the Z. 'I. Remick home  ere. Mrs. J. See, Mrs. Paullue Trenz and Mr. and Mrs. T. Brefeld and tamily visited with G. Brefeld at Aviston Suuday. The Misses Mil,lred and:Inez l(urz and Dora a,d Martha Kuollenber' of St. Louis visiled with their grand- l)a, F.l,urz. a:d ott}er remtives over the Furti returning Sunday. 1 t POBATE COURT PRCEEDINC I%tste of Thomas Alien l)etition was filed for probate of will and [heacingset for Monday, Sept. '22nd. Estaie of James Forrest, widows award and selection was filed and approved, Anything for Your Estate of Helena Westermann, cerliflcateofpnblication of adjust- ! Repairing of All Kind at a Reasonable Price. me,,t notice was tiled and approved. :: Estate of l-Ierr, auu Zimpelmsnn, I" TH E TI ENTON 0 I;(AO  tee, tlflcate of publication el adjust- ll tt 'ffi .  ! ment xrotiee was Illed and approved. i | t, SPIES"  ii' Estate of Herman H. Koester,[ PHILLIPS, Proprietors. ':' certificate of publicatiou of adjust-[ - . tl ment notice was filed and approved. I '- ........ --,, r  - :t='='-='=:-==- " ==- Estate of August Burmister, cer-{ tificateof publicatimofadjustment]   " =  ' - -  - - " :  notice was fl!ed and approved. I PLOWING TIME! , Estate of Anna Harming. certilL- [eate, of publication uf adjustment % I notice was tiled aud ap proved. Will soon be at hand and many farmers will want a new : i Fstats of Fredrick Ullrich" certifi- "1 i Plow. Call and let us show you the  Janesville Gang. Sulky and Walking Plows and let u explain why they are better than others. I The Litchfield Manure Spreader s the machine that does the work right and is easy to operate ; Wagons, Buggies and Surreys 'o The best made. Our pric,'s will please you. cute of puh'ioatlou of ad.},sment notice was filed and approved. OHUFIOH HOTES. I ItESBYIERIAN CHUICH G.W. FISHEI-L, P&STOR. Hours of service. unt|lty School See us if you want to "buy an Automobile. Our Harness and Saddlery Department is complete. 2 iWm. Mooken Mercantile and lmpleme,t Gompa,g Job Printing, All Kinds done at this office ed in any one study 60 per cent. For First Grade the above must be taken iaud, in addition, Phlh)sophy, Zoology and Botany. Average required 85 per cent; lowest standing permitted in any one sludy 7b per eelit. Win. J.d)ntou, Cou nt Su pex'lntendent. MAKES RAPI]] HADWAY Add This act to You Sto o f Knowledge. Ki(luey disease often advances 6:30. Sermon 10:30 a. m. Junior Endeavor 2 p. In. enlor Endeavor I 7:i5 p. m. t Good meeting Sabbalh night. Sub- _ ject, Courage ,eourag.Mi s Kasper H ,ciarge. It takes to do ri,,ht and courage to resist evil. 'fhe bat- ]tle son and you are either in the ]conflict or at ease in Zion, For One great teacher said"He that is not i wltll me is against me." [ Topic for next Sa.bbath night is one ] that alrneed to c::n, sldeu', "Speak, not [evilne of another James4:6-12. t Therois a language all callapeak, o and each child can understand, il would you leart this magic touche. speak to all, by allbe heard, Kind- nessreaches every hea, Kindues speak to every soul. t The Trenton Sun, S1. rer year l Wll. I00OOS i" --PROPRIETOR-- Feed, Sale and Livery_ B00.NStable i Good Rigs Furnished on Short Notice. Special Attention Paid to the Travehng Public. Broadway, Trenton, Illinois, AUTOMOBILE IN CONNECTION WITH .... for the convenience .... o. _...,,,  t):.:e: T:fav.e!!ng :'" Pub:o.ie:._.:m,_a: ...................... ! ............ ............................. .t ............... L._ " ISE | : ..... ALL NEW MERCHAND Have just received a new line of Dry Goods, all staples. : A fine assortment of Shoes for Men, Women and Children. My Grocery Line is the most up-to-date in town. I handle Feed and Flour of all kinds. i Come in and see my 5, 10 and 25 cent counters. I can ,give you Bai'gains in this line, as in everything. Bring me your Poultry, Butter and Eggs. so rapidly that mauy a pei'ou is firmly I want your trade. Once seen, you will want my goods inross.its graSPPromptbeforeattentionaWare ofsh,m hilts prog-be My prices are fair,,and I will treat you right. ,-' given the slightestsymptom ofktd,ey /, My Motto "Live and Let Live." disorder. If there is a dull pain iu  the l,ack, hea,iaei,es dizzy spellso,'  George C. Anheuser, General Store, ; a tired, woru out feeling, or if th0 ki,ln,eysecretio,s ,,re offeuuive, lr-i SUMMERFIELD, ILLINOIS. regular aud attended with pain, prol Ill.,sai, s: "I was subject to severe{ p:dus in the small of my back and[l , ! J 11 [  Sulky,Gang, there was a constant soreuess in lily loins. Sto-ping or bending was very i, al,fful and it was Imrd for me  r L  v v Ak" Riding and ; to straighten. Iwastold bya friend d]  IT  - Ik to try," Doan's Kiduey P,IIs and I go!.  .. .... : , : ,, anKlng. [ a ho'x. They rolteved the pains in my back and althoagh I was not en- tirely cu,e,I, x w.s so greatly hene-  We have a good hne' of the best Plows on the market. fltedthatldouot hesitate to roe,m- mend tl, is rmedv."   See us about that Manure Spreader. *i For sale by all dealers. P,lce 50 ( The only practical way to fertilize your laed is to use an I$ up-to-date Manure Spreader. We have them. Oils. Grease, and Threshers Supphcs. . Our display of Wagons, Buggies and Surreys s the best ever shown in this vicinity.  See us before buying elsewhere and Get Our Prices. Jr HENRY BASSLER, New Baden, I11. The John Deere and Ohver | " | :i  , I are readytor your mspectmn. We have a race sample hne Ion 1  our floor and will be pleased to have you ca!l and inspecL them  I: thoroughly. They stand the test of any kind of work required.   Kemp's 20tl Century Manure Spreader ! cents. Fo,ter-MillbutnCo., Buffalo, l New York, sole agents for the Unit- ed tates. i Remember thename--Doan's--audt take lie other. 1 .oesoon FI)RBIDDEN! Hunting, Fishing, Swimn,tng or ! trespassing on the East Mineproper. tv, the farms ofL. C. ltiemann, J. C. Eisenmayer and Henry Berger located southeast of this city, ie strictlyforbiddeu. Any person de- coted in any of the ,b,)ve named acts on premises na'.'aed will be pros- ecutedbythefollowtng named par- ties. Grafeman Dairy Co. L. (2. l{iemanu Philip I-[opfln ger Ed Haurey. Gee. Smith Somebody's Mad And we are glad, And think we know what will appease her. A Dish of Ice cream Our Fountain's a Dream. Sure a visit here will please her[ H. 1. Concert at Tren- Attend the Band ton City Park, Fri- day Evening. Riding & Waikin s ': is the best machine of its kind on the market. : Wagons, Buggies, Surreys, a nice line. We still have on hand a few CulivaVors tiat :g] we are offring at Creatly Reduced Prices. :, W lvta just p]az:l in st)=k a fall lia' of A ato,)bile Tir  We hae Tires to fie any make of Aut.:nbile at reasonable " prices. Give us a trial when in need of a N;v Tire. i. B. '7, DE N " :< Wheat, per bushel,new ......  2 orn ' ' ............... 60 ()at " . ..... 5 C)rn Meal per '= ............. 90 Hog% per lb .............. 7c t, ., S I Catlte, per lb ........... 4sand .(5% I Calves, per Ib .................. 07  Potatoes, per bu. new ...... 75c, 90 Onions, per bushel ............ 75 Ir']g'lO per ,lozvn ......... 13 Breakfast Bacon, per ............ '2e Coutry Lard, per It) ............ 11 I-'am% suareured, per Ib ...... 20 lqam.%)u,,trycured per t... ]5 Uonntry Base,k, per lb .......... 2 houhiers, per Lb .............. 12h But[er,ouutry, per lb 'ood . .3, " eroaruer', per Ib ..... ::5 Chlckeus, Hens per Ib .......... II Rooers, old r.erlb ............ 07 t,)13 priuff Chieke,s ....... IS. '22! 'b Geese, ....................... f5e .09 DucKs, |er lb ............... I;!] Young" l)leks .................. 11 ' ' (J e se .................. (q9 Salt, per barrel .............. l 5q Ti'eons, +r dozeu ............ 75 Pimotb.v Hay, per ton ....... ]5.0O CIoer [Iay, per ]on.. ...... 10.0 t',,a! ,tt mine.nor bushel ....... l0 Old Iron. per hundred lbs ..... 30 ! / 4: ! crry iu sleek and ca, supply yo ----with Eastma.'s Kodaks, Eatrnan's Film. Central Dry Platas. Azo Postal Cardu, Ete l)evelo ti,r'nnd Printing at Ctt J)rtCeS or Le+s, .. 'l= ..... - You wilt ave n'mlfy by readi the ads this  eek. Some  bargains areofferea.'-,