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VOLUME 47. NO 24 LOGAL JOITIlt6S " Schnyder went to the hospital last week where he under- a slight operation. He is rap- recovering from the same and soon be able to return home. W. L. Boggy of Breese, son of and Mrs. N. Boggy of this city, has served as county veterinar- of Monroe county the past two has been appointed to the same in Randolph county for the year. Zeisset, son of Mr. and Mrs. m. Zeisset, was taken to the bus- at Breese last Wednesday, he was operated on for up- The young man rallied from the effects of the same is doing .nicely. His many wish him a speedy recovery. songs and music far above ayerage at Turner Hall next Sat- evening. Toots Juen and his known orchestra will be the attraction. For an evening real musical enjoyment hear this orchestra whether you dance the musical program is well te price of admission, which only 25 cents. Tuesday afternoon a fire was dis- on the roof of the Mrs. Mary residence, in the Northeastern of town• The fire siren was and the firemen made a run to the place of the fire with new fire truck, but their services not needed, as the fire was put a few buckets of water. Not damage was done. This city has taken on quite a appearance this week. Large Christmas trees have been along Broadway, which make very pleasing appearance, espec- at night when they are lighted with the many different colored lights. Several of our busi- PERSONALS, Mrs. W. C. Rule spent last Satur- day at St. Louis• Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hummel visit- ed at tIighland, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ritzheimer spent last Saturday at St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tschudy of St. Louis were Sunday gupsts of home folks here. A. J. Tschudy, Val. GroSs, A. M. Leonhard and H. A. Eisenmayer were at Carlyle, Monday morning. Mrs. W. S. Carter and little augh- ter visited with her mother, Mrs. TRENTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, OBITUARY ,James Arthur Thomason was born in Nashville, Ill., July 8, 1876, and departed this life Dec. 8, 1926 at Plankinton, South Dakota, aged 50 years and 5 months. Mr. Thomason had long been a citizen of this com- munity, hffving worked in the mines here when the Trenton coal mines were in operation. He was united in marriage to Miss Florence Sarver April 22, 1903. To this union were born 4 children, two of which died in infancy. Two boys, Harry and Hom- er, survive him. He was a member '(,f the 3,L E• Church, having affiliated with the church in Trenton while he was a citizen here. He was also a Wm. Johnston, at Carlyle, Saturday.,member of, the I. O. 0. F. Lodge Rev D Buchmueller attended a B1.eese. Ill. Mr. Thomason left Tren- Missionary Conference at O'Fallon ton and moved to Missouri where his Tuesday afternoon and evening which was conducted by Rev. M. P. Davis from Sisrampur, Central Provinces, India, a Missionary of the Evangel- ical church, home on furlough• STORES OPEN EVENINGS All stores in this city will be open every evening until 8 o'clock from now until Christmas, and will be closed all day on Christmas• This will give our people an opportunity to shop at night for the next week. health became bad, which caused his moving to South Dakota, in which state he lived until death claianed him. I He leaves behind to mourn his los I his wife, mother, four sisters, one brother and the two sons Harry and Homer. One brother and one sister Mannel and Vel-nie were unable to be present. A host of friends are in smypathy with them in their sorrow. The remains were brought to this city on Thursday evening and the funeral was held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Wills conducted ser- vices at the M. E: Church, after which interment took place at the city cemetery• AUTO COLLISION Emil Van Re: of-S-t. Louis, a truck driver for the St. Iouis Bank Equip- ment Co., was seriously injured early last Thursday morning in front of WEDDED SIXTY YEARS Monday was the sixtieth wedding anniversary of our well known and highly respected citizens, Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Hummel. The day, was quietly spent at their home on Main street, with only the "family present• Notwithstanding their ad- ]vanced ages Mr. and Mrs. Hummel are enjoying fairly good health. It N SUN. DECEMBER 16, 1926 r $1.50 PER YEAR HOW IS THE MONEY MADE ON THE 3RD OF JULY PICNIC AND HALLOWE'EN SPENT? Total cost of material and labor in constructing 1610 lineal feet f macadam road nine feet wide on section II Route No. 9 State Aid Road by Commercial Clubs of Trenton, New Baden and the County Road and Bridge Committee. Trenton--New Baden Road. November 30 H. & E. Fochtmann, 492 tons 130 lbs. of Macadam at $2.15 per ton ........................................................... $1059.15 H. & E. Fochtmann, demurrage ................................ 1.2.00 H, & E. "Fochtmann, telephone, etc ............................. 5.00 $176.15 Frank Zirkel, hauling 368 tons 1730 lbs. of macadam at 75c per ton .......................................... $276.65 Frank Zirkel, services rerdered in. construction ...... 25.00 Frank Zirkel. hauling cinders 2 days ........................... 14.00 $315.65 Benj. Harpstrite hauling 62 tons 200 lbs of Macadam at 75c per ton ................................................ $46.58 $46.58 J. J. Botts use of motor patrol 4 days ........................ $40.00 Less blacksmith work paid by county ............................ 9.80 30.20 "J. B. Diekemper, blacksmith work sharpening blade teeth .......................................................................... $9.80 $9•80 E. T. Hoffman, cash adv. for gas and storage ................ $2.00 $2.00 G::;in:lrtO{lo-ns aa. ei, Ch,aarvices rendere d .................................... $5.00 $5.00 • " " " " $2o0 'Brnnno. Sprehe, 11 days labor .................................................... 44.00 Jno. Baumgartner, 11 days labor ........................................ 44.00 John Schuchmann, 9 days labor .......................................... 36.00 Oscar Mattmueller, 7% days labor .................................... 30.00 Laverne Hman, 4 days labor .........................................  122)0 Total ............................................................................................ $1697. That part to be paid by Trenton Commercial Club: ................... $565.9 That part to be paid by New Baden Commercial Club .............. 565.98 That part to be paid by Clinton County ..............  ........................ 565.99 $1697.95 Please make check for $565.98 to Clinton County Highway Fund, all bills are being paid by Clinton County. Respectfully, • -J. T. Goldsmith, County Supt. of Highways. The above statement shows only a part of the expenditure on roads from the fund of the Commercial Club. An additional $100 had been spent on the New Baden road and $100 on the Highland road. The above not only represents the cash outlay but also reflects the en- ergy to get everything going. It necessitated several meetingsaof members of both Commercial Clubs both at Trenton and New Baden ROYAL THEATRE SATURDAY SUNDAY Dec. 18th Dec. 19th RAYMOND GRIFFITH IN "YOU'D BE SURPRISED" What's the story aii about? YOU'D BE SURPRISED! If we let the mystery oUt YOU'D BE SURPRISED! Are the laughs from start to end? We can safely recommend YOU'D BE SURPRISED! ALSO "FAST COMPANY" A Gang Comedy WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22nd TOM TYLER IN "LET'S G@-GALLAGHER" AND WHY HURRY An Educational Comedy i GIVE a useful Christmas present 5 gallon can of Enareo Motor Oil 80e a gallon• Trenton Co-Op. Equity Exchange ACETYLINE Welding, all work guaranteed. Brefeld Chevrolet Co. WANTED---To rent 160 acre farm, in vicinity of Trenton. Address 16 Robert Bellm, Highland,IlL BREFELD'S Xmas Store open every evening until Xmas. GRINDING--Have your feed ground  the new way. The best way with . a Whirl Beater Mill at the Trenton Co-Op Equity Exchange HUNTING and Trespassing forbid: den on the C, J. Steinmetz Farm.. Peter Orschell, C. W. Eisenmayer. CLOVER Seed Cleaned. Harptrite & Son, New Baden. SHOATS for sale, thoroughbred Spotted Poland-China, and will al- so sell or lease my coal shed. A good stand for the right man. J, E. Wolf. FOR Inelesures for your car se''- John L. Mannhard, Harness Shop. Animal Regulator--For Horses, Cattlg and Hogs, none 1)et- ter. Trenton Co-Op. Equity Exchange \\; the Leutwiler filling station in the is the wish of their numerous fTiends leas t part of town. tie /lad driven his that they may be spared to enjoy itrucl  to the side of the pavement a* wb-h w-inrs committees of the respective clubs were appointed many more anniversaries• and had gotten out and' went to the who met with the Board of Supervisors at Carlyle and finally work- Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hummel of/front of the tru::k to do some little ed ouc the plan which resulted in harmonious cooperation of the places are beautifully decorated St. Louis were here Sunday as the/adjustment and was standing direct- timethree andfact°rs'their ownThe memberSmoney to Ofpromotethe differentthe welfareC°mmitteeSof theirSpentcommun-their Xmas decorations, and with the :, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Seb. Hummel./ly iv front of his truck when it was !ties in this one particular piece of work andtheir 0h] r remunerat- James Hen sent Sunday at St ........ nd ry p ", struck in the rear by a truck belong- ion in addition to what every other citizen of the rsPelve coin- stocks oz notiaay goons on na • - .......... s-ir't amon " Louis. ling to the Kovach Truck Co. of Po- qu,te a nrmma p : 6 munities are getting is the satisfaction of having served their co m- citidens If you have not done/ --- [cahontas, driven by Louis Sievers. munity and the hope that the army of Community Boosters will • Xmas shopping yet, you can ! IThe corn,act fo e rn. grow with a resultant increase of civic improvements• Primarily ck " " eailin truck zorward, g • get a good selection by g t A New Year Dance will be given lye. ,. + ...... a ,nd .h truck nart the' folks o  both New Baden and Trenton who made the funds pus: ' " too ........... ' s ........... sible thru their picnics should be thanked, workers as well, as spend- our stores now. Don t walt , . ,u "D^^..^. 'r:,..,.- amebean Le ] - : - ....... = ....... k un Y llv passed over hzm. He was zmmeu- as l is Only Olle t.u•,z wz,r. - • • , • g- .................. 1on, at the bfmers Hall m New Bad- 1 atelv nicked up and taken to the era. 2.mas, ana us ne article $- " n 1st " - - en, on Saturday evening, Ja ...... n w " |office of Dr L Niess, where, upon ...... -  ................. ntsoaY :T::=o:Ut. nop o ,1927. Music will be furnished bY|examination," he was found to be ........ scH00L°NOTES CARD OF THANKS 5 P " " Ruth and her Entertainers. Admiss-[sufferin from a fractured collar ' - t u lac n wledge the Guy Small and certain other state i n to hall 50 cents a nerson Child-l,  ....... • • , .... _o - " t t Done, a GUt " ne neaa aria rumes t Last Friday evening the Trenton We -s'atef 1 k o :effil:::s t:u:h e c;n: tl=?,hellniioSn wSnOci tiond:%:2:;:; to Aal;tZ;di:t:: / )gUg titeh: : a[t .b:::enAt f; r ::s ihigh school basket ball team went to many expressiOnSand kindnessandtenderedaCts Ofus sym-dur_ of only four states m t  Alfred Gmzel spent Tuesday at St • " " ' " taken to the hospital in Breese in an Sorento where they defeated the pathy has no asoline tax They are now - i :  , high school team of that town 10 to ing the time of our bereavement of XMAS Cigars in fancy boxes. g • . ou s. ambulance,  acre h remained until ax to corn lete the " " 1 Before they arrived at Soreuto our beloved father, Frederick W. Anderhalter Bros. advocating a t P - . - i -- Sunday, when he wa: removed to St. ro ram under the ona hard road p g CHURCH NOTES Louis Just wha , caused the collis- they encountered bad roads and had ttuelsmann, and desire to express our . , , sincerest and heartfelt thanks to HUNTING or trespassing with dog issue which the automobile licenses sion could , ,, hc learned, as Mr. Van considerable difficulty in getting are intcn;ded to pay for. Automobile, ........... n hit truck there, bt they were there on time. each and every one who tendered or gun strictly forbidden on the licenses now bring in over $12,000,000 1 M.E H CHURCiIIH s NO2E ? ee _Pan'me rear. ngno. -"-" sed '-"h .... .......... : ...... uz_e't. small furs bus-, these sympathetic, and kind acts and L.C. Riemann farm, southeast of a year but they want a gasoline tax . . ,  lighted at %he t,.me, ::n,ta:dSfppOr ket ball score, but this was due to expressions. Ch ldren t°wn"  - ' in $2J000 000 more Motor I Next Sunday morning will be the that on account of " g • i omall floor on which they played l His bereaved i " FEED Jersee Milk Food Compound • o I)rmg x 'r " " " " . . . wnic a g g P I --Calves, Pigs and Poultry, 80 per sts are .a being taxed to death Chfmtmas setwzce. ..- Sievers did not see the truck until ': .. m de close uain ossible, I too late to a md hztting the same GRAND CHRISTMAS BALL cent cheaper than whole milk. - -- tax doesn't sound good on wnriscmas rve a nrzstmas pro- Tne rovacn truck was Da(liy acreages  ..... , ana a g- ,rn will be iven by the children ..... -:- .... ": lpreventing many baskets. The Sor- • : .......... ' ::a I';:x 1 ....... Trenton Co-Op. Equity Exchange to 2e ,. l of the S. S. and an offering will be but the dver was not injured, th:% n pe:p::s::f:r gt:ctd at Concordia Hall, Breese, Ill., Sa ...... : ----7 taken for our Method:st Orphanage at "UARTER! Y MEETING IThursday evening, Dec. 16, Sorento]urday, Dec. 25th, first class mus'c. HUITG or trespassing with dog ' We the undersigned subscribe the  _ , Mt Vernon.   lwill journey to Trenton to play atGiven by Loyal Order of Moose. Come or gun on my premises is strictly amount o posite our respective names - ,  ...... : P _ unuay cnoo at v:3v.  .... : .... Ithe local hall. A good game is ex- and Dance around the Xmas Tree. forbidden. Daniel Bergdolt._., 1926 Municipal Christmas Tree  .-. ......... to the -reacning at o:ao, ann :u. rne zourm quarterly meeting oz ' " " r both teams lay better FR"oYsT-,S='dirt  fomBal- Fund: • Epworth League at 6:45. [the B-,rd o Directo ofthewlO; !::ke b:ll on a larger if:or. In re- DOES it iry Feed, A. B. Hummel ................................ $10"00 i Prayer Meeting Wednesday even- ingglass Mutual ire ins. t5o. "" " "" ' nshi of Soren A C Brefeld ................. '.ou ..... I held at New Baden Dec 18th, 1926, mrn zor me sportsma p " Some say it does• Some say it doe timore, every day at the El-Welt -" "- -- " .............. 500 .ing a :v. . " I ' " " " ^ ers ito, let us show Sorento the good not Some have never tried feed- Care. inzel ivterc. 15o ............................. 5 I "I was glad when they said unto at 1 p m All Directors ana umc I ..... n" n are re" uested to be reset* All pol /sporsmansmp ot Tre o . ing dairy feed. Experience says S-HoUR- Battery Service, charging " Leonhard Mere. Co; ......................  00 "''e' Let us =o unto the house of the lie- hders that hie any claims I Emil Stein, who, has been in "it does. Our most prosperous dairy- and repairing. A, H: Gieseke ............................... . °'00 ..... T,, ,,  Y . , I; .... ¢-r the ast few months men say it does We have it. Brefeld Chevrolet Co. :Hy. Gieseke .................................. 5•00 against said Compar are requestea ......  -. .  ........ " .... o be present, either in person, by I started to high scnooz lonuay. Trenton to-up, rquiy rxcnange ..... Farmers Bank ............................... WHAT causes many, poultry aft- 5.00 BAPTIST CHURCH Leo Davis .............. _. ..................... letter or attorney to* adjust same. i Margardt Butler's name was omitt- ATWATER Kert RatioWortd merits, Ans. orms. Try D• L. Schaeffer ............................ 5•00 Rev. Theodore Fr,ey, Pestor All partie: l--owing that their prem- ed from the last pzfect attendance present. Order Barnes Worm for all Louis Welz .................................. 2.00 Sunday School 9:30 in the morning, iums for 1926 are no paid, are re- list. [ Brfeld. poultry, it iS no "quack" medicine, L. Niess ........................................ 2.00 Morning services at 10:30. quested to • y saree, en or by the 1 There has been poor attendance in F. W. Kurtz .................................. 2.00 6:45 B. Y. P. U. meets, date of meeting. B order of Di- the lower grades the last week be- Bros ............................... 2.00 7:30--Evening services, rectors, ChaAes Harpstrite, Sec. caus of chickert pox. F. A. Ochs ...................................... 1.00 Wednesday veening Prayer Meeting The 7th and 8th gratle Nature Study A. G. Becker .................................. 1.00 at 7:30 p.m. class just finished a large" poster on Edward P. Rohr ............................ 1.00 Everybody cordially invited. N O T I C E E. R. Henss .................................. 2.00 Drs. Carter and Carter ........... :.. 2.00 ST. JOHN'S EVANG. CHURCH I will be o. f my office during the J. Thurman ............................. 5.00 Rev. D. Buchmueller, Pastor. month of Jan-ad 1927• Any one Raymond Winkler ...................... 5.00 I Sunday School a 9 a. m. Mr. O. Ihaving trouble had better have it Strothman ............................ 1.00 I C. Pahlmm, Supt. A class for every lattended to now. W. T. Cart ................................... 1.00 lage. You have the opportunity of- I Dr. F. A. Ochs, Dentist. L. C. Rieman ................................ 3"001ered to make your life beautiful. Newton Rule ................................ 1.00, Without religious education, life will Mrs. G. Huebner of A]ten visited', C. . Schrader .................... 1.00l remain baren. Children's Worship with her mother, Mrs. Mary Rutz, ^^ ..................... , _.. ,- ...... t- ]Makes Good". Admission will be 15 Radio---only at Brefeld'. BALED Oat Straw. T r.m ..... z.uo/service ]OIIOrS inllneGlally azver me [nere eve" a, ay ,,.o . t .............. , . _ U  ".., ,,.,. ............................. v ....... . ann zo cents. now us your apple- GIVE Ci ars in xantT lmx x w. x. ,.. 4-- Ethrid#e ...... ; ................. 1.00J Lesson study. There wzll be no see- t Otto Steffens, who ha:; conducted a ..... - ' " ......... t  g  , r "" " are t  buildin eaaon oy making ne oyax xaa Xmas See =,, Werstein .... • .............. 1.00| ond bell. Parents and friends i tailor shp in the ie eke " g ....  . _ . _ HUNTING or trespassing with I " ....   " ............ This, , rs has a zmt lmuse Anderhalter u .... _ -  urged to be promtly on time. on Broadway for mare yea , I  . ". ived a notifi   u. " _ or gun strlctly frbidden on t -- .... • ' hree'  his  'rozessor tser rece - ....   " ........ | will be. a Chrmtmas talk "the T I clozed the same and rrtoved all  ..... .. ,, ........ ri*^r CET ,,our Ci,ar for Tdnllr!n fam old. Louden pasture east of tow : : CARD ,OF. THAI s | Camels" I furnishing t'o h hom on Seventh cation zrom .me  VU. :'L   ________ :. "  [ 12-9-5t " AI Greene. • ' - ...... ' : • " " re(ltin of OUr nl n senoot. oela ,  " l • St -, 1 arn of the ace . g g . , ...... .... Monda Dec 20 at 7 30 the street We hvvc b, n unable to e •'We desire in-this manner, to ex-[, . ¥, --. -: .... "--^^" "li i : ;--  = "'i  --- -in- in ] H read the studies the hlg school I Ander.,B ' IWANTEI--Girl for gener,l, life, our llmarutez n=, , ur I ', ....... ltliation ' - - : " , is accreatea in, aria  if any sma¢, ,-'- ON-CE A for E--  I• worm =ar. lomcm Suppii m.A. .:11 .ers in Trentol men,.garuaess ox cnuren a I th," future. , - • - '" °--  .... :" t--v^ ore noo =,, a "] ' : , I-.,..a: :' n'illlu. -*=-, '- v•,--- " • , • . -  -" nnlslles all OZ r, nem, ne wn n = u• " : h" Se ll ..... ts :-=: --=,---- tendered us their [ will Be welcome. Men lake to meet I .... "'"rE n  Freeze and 188o --' '--- .... "1- f^r entrance { Costs you not rag. I. .............  • • ise howea men.      " tors from ' • ' - ' ="•" "" =*  " =" 'knd assastare and otherw - -- | ..... ...... - ^br-tion on, Alc:)hol reeps your adm , The school was respected last on 0c- HESS PANACEAThe grat poul-' , . ,,, ,o,, ,,i, ¢ ..... ; heir sympathy at the t ..... th,, ,, w, Dec 24 at  freezing. Drve to o r st o tuber 6, 1926 and the accrediting holds t try Egg Producer, cesta nothing if _ _ ........ burial of our beloved,ArthurhUSeana, zam-.l:noma_ 7:3"0°"'he ;ro'g rare'will: • be. some-I fil up. uretem. . -- good unt-I une" 30, 1928.  we fail to prove. GUARANTEED Auto Re,airing. er, son and brother, . .............. ,-- * imes rRV -E'E'D--Feed a few sax of ='---- - . Brefeld Hardw. Co. S Brefeld Cht.vrZt C,. and e$.pecially do we thank Key. rnmg,, inherent. • ,!__ ..,: be ''':'"- eed ,,.ith our crushed corn PUNCHING Machilm runners wanted  ........ ' thehoir, pallbearers ana art anff ana aoyut vo.ces w., ',s  , ", . . o .ure to at Mine No 5 Mt. Ollve, Ill. Ap- THE LEE WAY is the best Poultry STOP and have your the given as ana "'  ....... mine Let why. with at t:. " ' a.m., 25. Co-Op. Madison best, fine Xmas now. See FRESH Corn Meal, Graha'-Rye, if ud regularly and properly it and Buckwheat Flour, for sale. Cus- prov a earing. For Sale by tom Grinding done every Saturday. Trenton Milling Company. Tqny Witt. ...... BECKEMEYER COAL new and old methods of doing busi-I STOVE and Furnace repairs, and on hd at all times t ness and recent improvements of the pipe. Order now and get ready. 18€ per ba. oat of Bin , 1 It home. ]deid. 17e per bu. off Car Carl Cope has been absent from UR rFD GROUND'T Egg Coal 16c per bu. chool on account of sickness. HAVE YO . NEW WAY. We grind everF day Trenton Milling Company Next Friday evening the Ciceron- except holidays. , Exclusive Agat " an Society Will give two one act Trenton Co-Op Equity Exchange W. T. Cart--All kinds Ins days at the Royal Theatre. '"Malted ..... Mk" and "Marcia and Margery GIVE your family an Atwater Kent l'qotaxy P11blie. ,,