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11 , Vvrhite Footwear COOL AND COMFORTABLE There is a great demand for White Shoes because of their stylish appearance and theii: coolness and comfort. Our line embraces the new white Buckskin and Canvas Shoes. Tailored Pumps, Buckle Pumps, and Lace ,and Button Oxfords. BOOTS $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 PUMPS $150, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 H. GIESEKE, Exclusive Shoe Dealer. Trenton, Illinois ]I \\; !1 Among Summer Conveniences A Perfection Coal Oil Stove Ranks First. ,: It does away with ]tot, ., stuffy kitchens, relieves one  ofthedisngreeable task of *'starting the fire," a u d cleaning oat the stove after- wards. It gives instant heat It uses oil only when iu use and does any wo'rk a stove or range can tie, without overheating the room. It bakes to perfection. It is simple in operation nnd an ornament to the kitchen. ()vet' 50 in use m use iu this vicinity. Also have the ,, Famous tuick-Meal, Wick ' ' " : and Wickless, and the Rev-  onoo Oil Stoves. I oil does ,tot i Call and let us show i avoids gas,dine I i yOU all about them. [ stovotrouhles. ! THE QUALITY STORE TRENTON "Both Phones" 48 When you buy a fountain pen from this stor you may be sure that it is the best you can get for the money. A fountuin pen is one of your closest friends--is w, ith yOU AT ALL TIMES. We want your regu!ar custom and as you may judge our other goods by the fountain pen we sell you, the greatest care is taken to sell you a pen that SATISFIES. Come in and look over our stock today. C. H: GIESEKE JEWELER and OPTICIAN. TRENTON, ILL NOTICE. Sealed bids will be received by the Electric Light Committee for haul- tng coal from the B. & O. S-W. R.R. Power Plant. Bids to ton. All bids of the Committee n0tlatevthltn12o'clockM, on July 80 resorve the . Leaden P TR[NION BR[W[R'f 13ASSLERBRgWING CO., Prop Unstomers Constntl y upplied with lass BEER MoEE00- 1 JohnStoffwasln Trenton Satur- day morning, g! Gee Straake was around buyln cattle last week. Peter Lander ade a trip to Horse Shoe Lake Tuesday. Geo. Gerardi was a New Baden caller Sunday morning. Several from MeKee attended the picnic at Trenton the Fourth. Misses Irene ant! Esther Poos call- ed 6n Mrs. Tony Gildig Monday. Bennie Harpstrite called on his cousin Bennie Singler Sunday after- noou. Gus. Ruth and family spent Sat- urday and Sunday with  relatiees at Highlaud. Mr. and Mrs. Gus. Seefehltcalled onChas. Harpstrite and wife Mon- day evening. F. VT. Trippel attd family attended the Band Coucert at Trenton last Thursday evening. The board of directors held a busi- ness meeting at the home of Chas. '[Har!)strite Monday evening. Mrs. /en Slngler and daughter and on Gee. with his automobile ealled on Chas. Harpstrite and fatal. ly Sunday evening. U$00:00ERFZNLD John Mueller of Granite City seeu on our streets last week. Otto Fraukenberg and family of St. Louis were visitors here Sat,day. Gns. Basslerand hrothrof Tren- ton drove over in Gus's auto Sunday evening. Win. Weinorth and family of SI. Louis vi,ited \\;Veiuerth's fatlet', Adam Wei:erth, Sun(lay John Arbogat and family of (Lran- ite City visited Mrs. ArbogasUs and little daughter of Carbondale are visiting at the home of Robt. Wilson. Ethel and Edna Cope returned to their home in St. Louis last week after an extended visit at tlie home of Hy. Kaufmann ultea number from here attend- the fnneral of Mrs. A.M, Clinton Sunday afternoon at the M:. E. Church in Trenton. Alarge crowd from here attended the band co,cert and fire works Thursday evening and the picnic at the park on the Fourth. Mrs. Hy. McDonald and daughter Leona returned to their home at Greenville Saturday after a two weeks visit with Mrs. Ellen Lee. Mrs. Win. Lee and daughter Be(. nice attended amp, eting of the Youug Ladies Missi(mary Society at the home of Miss F_dna Zil!es Tuesday af*,ernoon. Win. Lee and family, Mr. anti Mrs. F. J. Malan of Sebastopol and Oleta Blattuer of Highland were guests of (Jha8, Tucker and family the Fourth. $1"I00IW 00AD]ilN. Mrs. C. Hemana was a Belleville caller Tuesday. Edward Kitsch of St. Louis visit- ed homefolks a few days. Fred Trippel of S. Louis called was on home lnlks a few days. Miss Ida Kain of St. Louis called ou home folks a few clays. Eugene aud Andrew Mueller auto- ed over to St Louis Tuesday. E(lwina toriesbapm of ,t, Louis spent Sunday with home folks. Ervin B'teilr and lady friend of St. Louis called o home folks Sunday. Miss Cordelia Birch of t. Louis ])el}t Use l,'ourth with her parents here. mother Saturday, Mrs. Lerch. [ Miss Estella Heuberzer is visiting W. H. Haury w .,_'.lke to buy a with l:er grandmother, Mrs. V family broke hor.e. .: iu need of[ Yaeger. one, he has only two and they are l Miss Lena Klore of S. louis via- not home. ited with Mrs. 'da Foenuer tere a Fred Andros and family of Grant(el few days. City who has been visitin frieudst (uite a few of out'citizens attend- and relatives here for a few days re- ed tie fu:leral of Bishop Jansen t, urned home Monday. [ lu.sdah. ] Reinold Gehne and Iris friend, Mr Mullen, came out from St. Louis Sun(lay on their Motorcycles and took "]inner with Mr. and Mrs. Gehne. l Artlmr Seewald has purchased a'I 20 liorse power Peerless engine He l uuloaded it Monday. He cau give themeu all tha work they are look- ing for now. Adoll, h Fix.eoiueer au:l boss of a threshing machine owned by E. Kraemer, thrsled 837 bushels of wheat Saturday afternoon in 5 hours. That's going some. Josey Frankenberg and family of St. Louis. who visited relatives here the past few days returnedhome Monday evenln. The boys were treated to some lhte hot chile on Sat urday which Mr. Frankenberg is an expert at. He is employed as cook in the city. AVISTO00 Edwin Wetzel and wife of Trent- on spent Sunday here. William Book is dmug plastering work for ttenry Welters. Henry Thole is improving his resi- dence by having it painted. John Strubhart and family of Breeue spent Sunday with homefolks. The attendance of the picnic given by thebnd boys the Fourth was quite large. Ben Imming returned Monday morning from a visit with relatives in Davenport Ia. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sutlholtpass- ed Suuday with their sen Frank Sudholt and wife ha St. Louis. Mrs. Rudolph OeDchlager and daughter of Trentou visited several days the early part of this week with Gt:andoa Haster and family. Mr. and:Mrs. Frank Leonimrd and Adolph Leonhard and wife of Trenton made a short visit at Dr. O. F. Reiu- hard(and family Sunday evening. 00UaAR OR00.00E: Mrs. Myrtle Biacet left for St. Luis last Monday. We have been having 'plenty of rain the past week. Miss Bernice Lee visited a fewdays the past week in Trenton. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Keilbaeh spent Monday with Otto Weber and fami- ly. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lee called on Hy. Kaufmann and family Sundy evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hobbs and son of East St. Louis spent Saturday with relatives here. Mrs. Otto Richardson and child- ren of Huey vlsite(l Harry Murray and fmlly tile past week. Mrs. Ida Murray will entertain t] 'y society Thurs- at the usual htt. Mr. and Barve Mr. and hit's. R. Koefer of St louis Sandayed with their S. Rev. Kofer i . Miss Ella Kliugmann of St. I,ouis Mrs. isspeudiugA. J. Reuther.the week with her sister I Louis Baehmauu returned to bls home in Belleville after a . weeks visit with hisgrandpareuts. Misses Amelia'l'rippel and Mary Naegelc are spending the week with relatives and friends at O'Fallou. Henry Lodes and sister Miss Maggie spent a few days with rela- tivesaudfriends herea few days. Mrs. Dr. G. Gissy and daughter Lorettaand son Eugene of St, Louis are visiting relatives and friends here. Conrad Bachmann and family and John Bachmanu and family of Belle- ville spent the Fourth witi Mr. and Mrs. Johu Bachmann st'. Mrs. Audrew Mueller and daughter Emma spent last week with her daughter Mrs. Wm. Ullrich at Ava Ill. Mrs. Mueller returned Satur- (lay, but Emma remained fora more exteuded visit. Mrs. Dr. Edwards, Mrs Emma Ackermann, Mrs. J. W. Dufl.er, Mrs. Robert Schmidt, Mrs. A. Schmidt, Mrs. Andrew .lueller, Mrs Gee. M'onkeu and several others en- joyed an outi.-g to Belleville, Wed. uesday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Stolz and (laughters Katie and Auhie, Mrs. Winter Tand danghters Hulda anti Edna and Mrs. Walter Bachmann of St. Louis stopped afewhours Tues- davwith Mr. atdMrs. Gee. B,tssler 'l'le tw)u girlsof Mr. and Mrs. ('barite Harps(rite Jr., were chris- tened Suud y in the Evans. church  byHev. Koefer. They received the name. Pearl Barbara. and Elsie Ida. Mr. anti Mrs. Adam Reuth stoo(I [)onsor. DON'T MISS THESE A uon t,he many it trestlng, thiu2"s in this issue of THE SUN isl l'resideuL ,Vilson's sI)eecl deliveredl _ i at the Gttysbur Battlefield Reuu-] Gentlemen, if you want the iou oa jul,-4. It is hort, b'a full of| .....  , and I / most comlortame arlo aeslra interest toed for t taught. / Another t,f the particularly inter- ble Union Stlit ever worn, estin features of this issue is tbe sidelights on the Gettysburg Reun- a B. D. V. Nainsook Unto ion. sketches'of incidents lull of hu- man interest, but which donor usu- ally appear in tle regular news re- ports. We also Rive you a good report of the tobbyiuvestigation by the con- gressioualcommittee. Tnis is of un- usualiuterest, iu view of the fact that the most startling exposures of the lobbying branch o the i)ig in- terests eve:' brought to light is being investigated. VCat:q TItE SUN for the good thi, every eek. ])0nt forget to attend the dance andl)icnie Saturday night in Hum- mes Park. Mrs. Sciiwaninger (fiSt. Louis is spending the week with her sister Mrs. Fre(I Reiss. Mr. and Mrs. Fr-nk l(enneLt and son of Indian'(are visiting relatives and D/lends her. Mr. and Mrs n Malh'ich and daughter Burdette Sundayed with Bellev:lle relatives. Mr. at.d hit's. John Baeh'naun and Mrs. Fred Kaiser and ehihlreu spen Monday at Trenton, Mrs. Win. Santer of St: Louis is spending the week with her sister Mrs. Jule Hummel. i Vrank Ritzheimer, District Organ- izer for the (2. K. ofI., wa at Olney, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mac McAllister. of St. Louis, spent Sunday with Leo (2ollignon and wife. Wh a t is Yo a r Ho'm e When Night Pulls - the Curtain Down? Is It Dark Lonesome - ' and Quiet ? Turn on the Real Sunshine of Happlnezs and Pleasure ' wit1 a Hobar00 M. Cable Player Piano 00[lU[ Ill Will You Have to Go Into Debt? Well, Why Not? There dis0000a00o .ttahea to taking on an obligation that can be eas;.ly taken care of, and one that will change your home into one of Comfort, Life and Pleasure, instead o a place where the family lives, and where you eat and sleep| There's'a Lot to Life--Get Some of ltl You can play the old faeogte. -p.l the Hobart M. able yet'. We will be glad to talk with you about it. .  I i',, ,  , , B. & A. BAER, Summerfield, I11. Come and our Complete Line of M, Cable Pianos and Suit. $1.00 A SUIT. ALL SIZES. NECKWEAR The new Fulgari an in All Silk and Kitted in-Hand, at Special Prices. 10c 25c 50c E ' Lika Linen,the I ' Linen Suiting, only 10c the Yard. Q