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December 16, 1926     The Sun Newspaper
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e E 'rI._,CI'ON SUN, TRENTON, ILLING,. l._.-  t -  - .... " A V [ S T O N Margal ,': Mrs. Herman Welllag .. ..... ,. .-,z :., 4. ,  . , vis%ed 51 ,nd Mrs. Paul Schoen- Christmas Slippers Ben Hu,thaus made a trip to St. die;  a,. Louis, Sur. !ay. I [ 't0iiid M[CAIi[E C0 Louis, Wednesday. i v. L(,.,ker's basket ball team of / ':  " Rudy Schulte of St. Louis spent the Sacred Heart Parish o East St./ | Sunday with home folks. , Louis played a very good and inter- t Prudent buyers always antic- Wilbert Schumacker of St. Louis est:ng game here last Thursday hire, -- - ipate their wants and make se- visited home folks Sunday. which everyone enjoyed. The game Christmas Candies lecions before goods are picked Rosa Haake spent Saturday with resulted in a score of 19-15, the East! ................ St. Louis team being the victorious. over and sizes broken. Our as- irmna irlsma leier a Jmaen sortment is most complete with Grove. t ........ N " all the novelties of the season Mrs. Fred Lager and Miss Martha / EW BADen Nuts, b tufts, Cakes, m Footwear. Kues spent Friday afternoon at/ --- -Do not spend all your money Breese. I Mrs. Otto Meyer was at St. Louis for Toys, which last but a day; Josephine Holtkamp and sister.,', Tuesday" " Christmas Tree Ornaments, buy something useful and sub- Mike spent Saturday and Sunday at[ Mr. and Mrs. E. Harris spent last stantial, that will always be st. Louis. iThursday at Belleville. Fancy Handkerchiefs, appreciated. Mr. fid Mrs. Ben Holtkamp spent Mr. and Mrs. H. Meinkoth were H GIESEKE Wednesday with Jhn Hltkamp and'Bellev!lle shppers Friday" . family at Breese. ]Iisses Elsie and Ste]la Clements Hosiery, Dress Goods Hank Weirich and lady friend Miss were Belleville callers Friday. EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALER TRENTON, ILL. Leona Schoendienst visited at St. Miss Ola A. Hertenstein visited .  Louis Saturday and Sunday. at East St. Louis, Saturday. CHr00ISTMAS COCKIES Joe Theme and daughter Anna Mrs. M. Billhartz spent the week ii-.  end at St. Louis with friends. :'s,- ,,.i..,b,.,,- .- ..  l.....,,,..,...,t.:m Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Norman visit- / ,;-,. - ,.,.- -.,...'- ."" "''"-'.'..-." ....  ....... ., ,. 2] Varieties, 60c per pound. Let us have your orde .!q,,: ",..  , ) ed relatives at Carlyle, Sunday. . " fl Mr. and Mrs. C. Bachman made a ! nOW. Cheaper than you can bake them. ., ville, Friday. '(; Let us have your order for ,. Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffbauer and i ,. OHOOSE . son of Staunton spent Sunday here i: POULTR v and XMAS TREES . with relatives. : " J I "ewe" ry ,,, Mrs. Tresa Schmidt of Belleville /.. was the guest of friends here a few  days the past week. TOWN LK G d .  "" Mr. andMrs. John Krug and sons TA --Bakery oo s and Mrs. L. D. ,Norman were St. -. Louis visitors Fiday. " i FRESH EVERY D&Y --FOR-- .. Mr. and Mrs. Gust. Ackermann at,- " GOOD 9iftM GOOD ro tended the funeral of Mrs. B. Bach hristmas s at Bartelso, Monday morning. 0 tASTE WILL . Edward Weiss and daughters EI- A wELl_ A .'" sic and Myrtle, trod son Raymond of \\; We Deliver Every Day /.. Freeburgweiss andVisiteddaughter. Sunday with Philip The gift of Jewdry carries with it the most concise story of your sen timents, t.t. "" Mrs. Wm. Paul, son Edwin, Mrs. and m a refined way makes a deep impression because of its fineness. When .. H. Fochtmann, Mrs. L. Fochtmann The St0ra Where the Dollar floes Farthest it comes from THIS STORE it carries added prestige .q) attended the funeral of Mr. Fred 1 Huelsmann at Trenton last Tuesday. i MAKE THEIR CHRISTI)AS MERRY WITH .q. Miss Lucile Drysdale returned to GIFTS FOR HER  GIFTS FOR HIM /.. ] herlf hospitalhmeat FridaY,St. Louis,frmwherethe sheJewishwas TRENTON, ILL. 1# Bracelets  Belt Buckles .t a patient for a week. having under- 1 gone an operation on her eyes. -" I1 ! I  Boudoir Lamps Birthstone Rings Word was received here Sunday - - "z= that Mr. Hestine died at the home 1 ling an iversary. :i " many more happy birthdays m  Bud Vases Bill Folds . of his daughter, Mrs. Westermann at t ? Bar Pins Cuff Links /. Kansas City. Mrs. Emil Georger Mrs. George Yaeger entertained --- /' left Sunday to attend the funeral of[the birthday club at her home Men- Illinois furnished 251,074 men to Birthstone Rings Cigarrette Cases ./i.  her father. I day evening. The evening was spent the United States army during the . Mr. and Mrs. James Montgomer'-y in playing euchre. The prizes were World War. Candy Jars Coat Hangers /-" and children of Belleville, Mrs. Joe awarded as follows: First, Mrs. M. One Illinois elephone equipment j Compacts Collar Bags .t Pfeiffer, Mrs. L. Fochtmann, Mr. and Billhartz; second, Mrs. Wm. Linck; factory consumes five and a half Mrs. Ervin Fochtmann and son, Mr. third, Mrs. O. Mallrich; boby, Mrs. million kilowatt-hours monthly, Diamond Rings Cloth Brushes land Mrs. Wm. Steckel spent Sunday Otto Meyer. Refreshments were enough to mee the electrical needs Emblem Pins Desk Sets I with Mr" and Mrs- H" Fchtmann and served and at a late hur all de" f 80'000 inhabitants r t light 220'" Fountain Pens Emblem Buttons daughter, it being their 25th wedd-_._parted.==. for home wishing Mrs. Yaeger 000 homes during the same period. Hand Bags Fountain Pens Ivory Toilet Sets Gold Pencils   "l'4'qte'et'4"e'l"t""''''t"l"l'+'@+ Kodak Albumns Smoking Military Brushes Sets /''  00D WARI APPAREL Scarf Pins .   esh Bags Signet Rings ..  i Photo Frames  I 11 I 1 I -- ' Pearl Necklaces Shaving Sets " ..  "  Silver Pencils " Traveling Sets A GIFT Stationery Umbrellas t Umbrellas Watches  - @ Writing Pads Waldermar Knives ? _ _ @ Wrist Watches Waldermar Chains $ HE WILL NOT CAST ASIDE **  Appro0riate Gift Sug- i - ARROW SHIRTS Silk and Wool TIES In h 1 r well dressed Men everywhere, and @ he popua shades and Mater- , . , . . . gestions for the  . "ARE GOOD LOOKING Silk and Wool Ties are worn by * la O are certain tO give satmfactlon P Home.  ' l "@ cales.'ls, f Broadcloth, Maderas, Per- 75c to 81.50 4-* iook   Priced $1.50 to $3 00 BowlsEnds KniveSMeat Forksand Forks "' @ "acked in Neat Holiday Boxes , STETSON .GLOVES . Curling Irons ' Nappies ..  ...... Mean Real Quality @ PHOENIX HOSIERY Men's Gray and Tan Kid Gloves in p Carving Sets  Pyrex Clocks Percolators ' .. , Fancy Silk Hose for Men, or Wool extra quality, re-inforced stitching. , Candlesticks Pie Servers Mixtures. A gift sure to please. ,.v'l.50 O 3.50 " . Casseroles Relish Dishes " @ @ 50(: tO $1.50 t)'L'__  " ConsolecomporteScondimentSets Sets SartdwiChservingsugar PlateST$aySand Creamers "$  .... SII,K MUFFLERS Monarch Sweaters :: @ For Men and Boys.--in heavy wool Flower Bowls Spoons ' Silk Mufflers in Handkerchief style,  coats, or light weight JacKets, (jrlCK- .  , Floor and Bridge Lamps Sherbets .. ,_ . , .......... brightly colored, also wool and silk ,t , errs. . -Gravy Ladles Tea Sets . . .. ,,axtures. @ Goblets Pads Vases " _ Grills Vacuum Bottles  $ $2.50 tO .10.00 $1.00 tO $3.50 Water Pitchers . i  - Heating -, ] "". Irons  --=-==---=--=---' -=' Waffle Irons  @1" A g'ft not very evpensive, and yet - , . __  .... :-----   .... h You cat make good with the head * . of the house on your gift selection, . _  Is certain to be received with ent us- - dp lasm. Just decide on a Flannel Shirt, 'in I:--,,.,,,. Q ,, i::tav 1 fl(l Greys, Tans, Plaids. *I  We mvtte you to call and inspect the selection, of which we are truly proud I -- j[Jcua,  .- L,,.v, I *'|! and await the pleasure of you seeing it..., -k Fancy Borders, lOc to 35c each $2.0 to $5.00 ,. A H GIE.00EI00E , DAVIS CLOTHINC CO, $. ..... : |].'iA]']"]']  Located near you. eqmpped to serve you . . . ITS NEW # OPEN EVERY EVENING AFTER DEC. lath, '1,, +@4e *@'b4db'  " "" ""'"" AccurAvv.u--rOsPtLz TRENTON. ILL  $ z .w IZ" $