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December 16, 1926

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m i :The Trenton sun l KNOW ILLINOIS ISSUED EVER THURSDAY / There are more automobiles in Illi- -- rs y%huS:da" Decen-Aer 16, 1926 nois than in Great Britain. I--.._, &apos; ..... [ All food in Illinois' new Stateville NEWTON RULE, Publisher penitentiary is cooked by electricity. Entered at the Post-Office at Trenton I The territory that is now Illinois became a part of the Northwest Ter- Ill..  second-class mail matter. .'ritory by the famous ordinance of TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 1787, which has been called the Great i n ilu "One Year .................... $1.50 in Advance ---- Six Months ................. 75 in advance! i --ADVERTISING RATES  mw Effective Jan. 1, 1926 All advertising based on single c alumn inch. One insertion, per inch ................... 25c Two or more insertions, l er inch..15c iLI iiii r, ,.- ..... REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Bern tIenrichs to Geo. & Aug. tten:-ich.. W D. E a/2 sw 1 and nw 1: :lw 1 .,w  and ne IA nw i tand N ,1 acre S % nw //2 sw 1A sec. 21-3-4. $1,1,605.00. , Ir'ed W. Homberg, Dec'd. by Admr. to A\\;vin IIart. Admr. D. Kihnlein's SubvdV Lots 8, 9 and 10, blk. 1. $275. Pc'mr Conrad, Dec'd. by heirs to Aloy3 Chri.:,t. Q. C. D. 16 acres Ne % se A see. 8, W ne A sec. 8, N  sw A Sec. 8, W, 27 cres nw ./ sf 1 see. 8-2-1. $1.00. Aloys Christ to William H. Con- r=d. Q.C. D, N sw 1 sec. 8 and W. 21.75 acres nw % se  sec. 8-2-1. $].00. Aloys Chr;t to Charles J. Conrad. Q C D. W , ne 1 sec. 8 and N 16 acres ne % se A sec. 8; 5.75 acres par nw A so % sec. 8-2-1. $1.00, M. Krebs et al to Matthias Die- kempcr. G. C.D. E % sw V4 sw % .sec. 23-3-3. $1.00. J. W. Diekemper et at to Matthias D'ckcmt:er. Q. C. D. N lot 1 sw  and S 1/'., lot I sw t/ sec. 30-3-2, N  lot 1 sw 5 and S V2 lot 1 nw % See. 30-3-2. $1.00. , o.. H. ?Iark'a:, Admr. to Fr. Mar- kus Jr. Admr. D. lleimann & Dill- man add t.o Aviston. Lot 9, blk. 2 and W V=, lot 10 blk. 2. $3,000. C. W. Wffwer to Ora Semle. W. D. Ritterzkamp IIeihts. Lot 3. blk. 15. S] .00. Gea. MeCain to Mary Koehler. W. D, Jo,; H:mkos 1st add to Trenton. Part lo'os 7 and 8, blk. 4. $100. 5]A :,'tlA GE I,ICENSES William Clymer .... : ........ Brownstown Anna C. Weaver .................... Shobonier 1']1 us for Wo(tdivr 12!:V,, ,e. fn $9. A. II. Gio(,ke..hmder. Trenton, I ,,OBAT COURT ITEMS Estate of G;ibert B. Siddell. Dec'd. Mallie C. Siddel], E::. Inventory filed. Fiu.l report flied, publication order- E.;ae of Jacob 13faun, Dec'd. Geo. M. Thomas, Ex. Final report filed. Proof of posting no,ices to be made. Estate o M. W. Dudney, Dec'd. D. W. Norris. A:lmr. Proof of publicat- ion of adjustment no,ice made, filed "and approved. E'tate o Wm. Harre, Dec'& Geo. Johnpeter, Ex. Proof of publication of final settlement notice made, filed :and approved. Estate of Henry Wilken, Dee'd. Aaron Wilken, Ex. Con:mlidated re- port filed and approved. In Re. Proof of Heirship of Ger- hard Holtgrave, Dec'd. Cause heard on petition for proof of heirship and pet.itien granted as ler decree on file. Estate of Frank Leonhard, Dec'd. 'C ....... alled on peak:ion to probate will. Entries of appearance and cer- 'tifieate_ of mai[ieg" noices to heirs ,filet]: Cause heard. II. O. Jones ap- pointed G. A. L. for minors. Answer of G. A. L. filed. A, J. Tschudy and Val. Gross subscribing witnesses to will appear and being duly sworn tes- tify to the execution of said .will and their affidavits redtced to writing and ,ordered recorded. It is ordered that the will be admitted to probate and Mrs. Elizabeth Leonhard is appoint- 5 executrix without bond as request- t.d in said will and letters testamen- tary ordered sued to her upon her taking oath required. Oath taken and filed and lettcr- issued. Firs * Monday in February set for adjust- ment of claims. Estate of Sophia A D;erkes. Will nd petition for probate of same filed and cause set for hearing on Manday, January 3rd. Proof of death filed. COUNTY COURT ITEMS, The People etc. vs. Edward Schnee- tier, petit larceny., Defendant in open court signs jury waiver and enters plea of guilty, on issue 0fi order of'States Attorney. ] The, People etc'. vs, Donovan Kel-] qlolm Bcettr and Jack urphy, I Defendants in open i igned nd for plea say i guilty. Bonds fixed at" "'-  .TRENTON SUN, TRENTON, ILLINOIS American Charter. An Illinois public utility was the first to pump manufactured gas long distances. Under the administration of Gov- ernor Duncan, Springfield, in 1837, was established as the permanent capital of the state. Illinois has a wealth of 23 billion dollars. OTHER Kodaks, $2.00 up. Kodak Albums, $1.00 up. GIFTS Toilet Articles, all kinds Box Papers Fountain Pens, $1.00 up Purses. Eversharp Pencils, 50c up] Perfumes in packages, 75c up Xmas and New Year Cards Cigars in Gift Packages, MANY SPECIAL BARGAINS Carr's Pharmacy. I I I Ir . I - -' SUMMERFIELD Mrs. Rev. Bechtel stayed with  Mrs. Auguste Kelley in Trenton last Friday night. M:. and Mrs. Milton Baer visited Mrs. Baer's sistel" and fanily in Col- linsville last Sunday. Ben Baer shipped a carload of his sheep to the East St. Louis market on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John Appel of Granite City visited her mother, Grandma Fix over Thursday night of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Menno Baer and son Melvin spent Sunday with her broth- er Roland Costelli and family at Belleville. Jacob Baer was elected President of the St. Clair County Farm Bureau at the meeting held in Belleville last Saturday. Our schools will have a fine Christ- mas program on Friday aftern6bn December 24th. This is o serve as an invitation to all. Mr. Weinert has been unable to work on the section gang for some days. He was having an infection of blood poison on his right hand. Miss Kathrine Baer entertained her class of Sunday School girls at din- ner at her home last Sunday. This was a delightful treat for the girls. Our schools will probably have a piano to help in the singing within a few days time. This will be much appreciated by teachers and pupils alike." Our stores are displaying the Christmas spirit these days. Evi- deiaces of thq Christmas season are seen on every hand. Menno Baer is conducting a special sal from now until Christmas. Fine Christmas programs are be- ing prepared by both of our Sunday Schools. The Evangelical program will be given on Christmas eve and the Mennonite program on Christ- mas night. Ther will be a Christ- mas service in the Mennonite Church on Christmas morning. Te next picture by our Parent- Teachers' Association will be given on New Year's Eve. This will be a Rin-Tin-Tin picture entitled "The Night Cry". These dog pictures are very popular and usually quite in- structive. An added attraction for this evening will be a social time af- ter the picture. This is being ar- ranged for by a committee of our ladies. The electric railways of Illinois ex- pend ten per cent of all money re- ceived for taxes. You'll Have to Hurry! Only ONE HORE WEEK UNTIL CHRISTMAS! Store Open Until 8 o'clock Every Night Until Xmas. Shop Today! Our stocksare still replete with the finest things to ,[.be had for Holiday Giving. HANDKERCHIEFS First and last. Always appreciated. Handkerchiefs are prettier than ever this year, and the packing and boxe more attractive than ver. Hosiery and Silk Underwear C.mstmas list should include Silk Hose or Every ' " Silk Underwear. An excellent Solution to the gift problem. See our stock. Stationery for Gifts, 25c to 75c. An usual assortment in attractive cabinets, contain- ing both writing paper and correspondence cards to match. : :: <a,,,. Gloves of Washable Suede are very practical. 50c to $1.50 Men' "r i s hosiery Silk and wool in fancy colorings, pair 5Oc to 75c Fancy Garter Sets, Shoe Tree Sets, Towel Sets, Boudoir, Caps, Rubber Aprons, Fancy Bed Room Slippers, Zippers, and hundreds of articles too numerous to mention. HOLIDAY GROCERIES Delicious Canned Fruits, good Canned Vegetables, Meats, Fish and Soaps, ture Spices, Extracts, Orange and Lemon Peel, Raisins, Currants, Nuts and Candies. Fresh Vege- tables and Fruits, Fancy Cakes, Cookies, etc. WEEKLY SPECIALS Blue Rock Pork & Beans in Tomato Sauce, 3 cans for 29c Shredder Wheat .................................................................. llc Fresh Roasted Virginia Peanuts, pound: ....................... 15c a Mince Meat in Mason Quart Jar ..... i .................................. 4Oc SAVE YOUR RED ARR W "i / ..... / ...........  ...... -' ....... = g ' GOOD NEWS! McLAUGHLIN'S KEP1 FRESH COFFEE SERVICE Our Leader 34c, or 3 lbs. for .......................... - ..... 96c For You! Our Special 43c, or3 Ibs. for ................................. $1.20 Our Best 47e, or 3 lbs. for ......................................... -$1.35 \\; Our 1 Minute Coffee with every 5 lbs. nd $1.40 a big doll '0ME, see what Santa , Free. P. & G. Soap, 6 bars ..................................................... 25c Soap Chips, 2 lbs ................ 34c ,la has j?repared O , for you at the Uanstmas ' |" A Full Line of Meats and Groceries Storel He has unloaded w DELIVER AT AEL TIMES. PHONE 33. scores and scores of Gift ((( " F. SEO & SON things t:rom his big pack. Some are umque, some ................................. - ........................ surpfisirigly useful, many are new and different from MAKE THIS YOUR BEST SEASON ang you've seen. You w:l be deligh a with For the past two years the expensive advertising campaign te on Mill Feeds has been cating more and more demand g for High Grade Millfeeds such as Laying Mash for your this showin -the best " poultry; Dairy Feed for your dairy cattle, and Calf Meal we've ever had. It's ready for the raising of calves and Semi-Solid Buttermilk for Co=me e , pay us a visit your hogs and poultry. it is at iis best, Science has proven to us that to farm as our grand-par::  ' ents farmed does riot pay, also to feed as grandparents fed::   -  ' ., ,., ,. :  v,a does not pay. If ,you would like to make a better success of O " farming, dairying, poultry raising or hog raising try feed-: ' fit E OPEN EVERY E , 80'OLOOI ing feeds that are made on scientific bases. :i :!Brefel d Ha rd ware C O If you want an yfurther information call at the : .. .... .... TRENTON CO-OPERATIVE EQUITY EYGHAN6E "" k/