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SEPTEMBER Jm j Jr i f" a p\J . - % wv i v f S ■*'•■ j il fly Do It the First Day You know you are going to buy Liberty Bonds. You wouldn’t be square with yourself \i you didn’t. You couldn’t take off your hat to the flag with half the sense of ownership if you didn’t. You couldn’t cheer the marching line of troops with half the thrill if you didn’t. You couldn’t watch the Jackies go by with half the pride if you didn’t. You couldn’t glimpse a battleship off the coast with half the joy if you didn’t. You couldn’t read the war news with half the eager faith if you didn’t. You couldn’t be 100 ft American if you didn’t. You know the Fourth Liberty Loan starts September 28th. V>u know that buying a Liberty Bond isn’t making a gift. You know you are simply lending your money to your Government —to the best friend you and your mother and wife and sifter and daughter have. You know what security is back of your loan security that means good interest and that your money will be paid back to you. \ou know all of that you know' the business side as well as the patriotic side of it. Then, buy your Liberty Bonds the very first day of the Loan. Don’t wait. Do your thinking beforehand. You don’t need to consider it; you don’t have to be argued into it —you know you will buy Liberty Bonds. Be one of the first to get the badge of honor —the Liberty Bond button. Get yours on the first day September 28th. You know what an example that will set. Make September 28th your Liberty Bond day. Could you do a better thing right now? U. S. Government Bonds Fourth Liberty Loan Buy \our Liberty Bonds the First Day DRAFT EVADERS OUTLAWS The lamentable episode of .John Dietz, the “defender of the (fun eron dam on the Tbornapplo Creek in Sawyer Cos.. Wis., was brought back to memory by the press reports of a bloody tight that Bjk Wilbtir 2). JVefbit Thi Space Contributed to Winning the War by FRIENDS | took plsee Saturday night near 'Hv.'n, about miles north of Neillsville Clark county. The if 'rm home of the Krueger family 1 was the battle ground and the hat- I tie w is brought about, when IVp | u.y 1 s Ma’shul .loaeph (tans of Madison and Cyril K. Marks, also if Madison and connected with he department of justice arrived' it the farm to arrest Frank, Louis. ) eslie and Funic Krueger, four irothers. Frank and Funis Krue ter had failed to register last Thursday and the two oth er brothers, although registered under the first draft were charged with having ignored calls from the local draft board. Point Guns at Officers The officers found the door of the Krueger home locked and they had to retreat before the guns the the brothers pointed at them when called upon to open in the name of the law.- The deputy marshals re paired to the town, secured a posse of 150 home guards and some 50 armed citizens and led them back to the Krueger farm. Immediate ly the brothers opened tire which was fiercely answered *by the | posse. One Man Killed A shot from the farm house killed Harry Jensen, station agent of the Soo line at Owens and mem ber of the state guard. Five or six others were wounded. One of the Desperados Surrenders Finally Frank Krueger stepped out of the house and gave himself up. lie had been wounded. His brothers refused to follow suit, but ceased firing. About mid night the officers’ poss* withdrew leaving only sufficient men to sur round the house and prevent the ■scape of the* brothers. Brothers Disappear. Sunday morning the attacking forces who had been joined by ad ditional home guards renewed the battle. The house was taken by storm Imt the three Krueger brothers had disappeared They must have managed to escape dur ing the night inspite of the sharp watch kept by patrols. Frank Krueger who had sur rendered after being wounded in the leg and his mother were taken to Fan Claire and lodged in jail there. WISCONSIN TO SEND 6,000 MEN TO WACO. TEX. Governor Philipp Saturday re eived a call for 6,000 men to be sent to Waco, Tex., during the five • lay period beginning October 7. The men are to he used in the gen eral service. This call will take j upward of 258 men from Dane county and about 1,500 men from Milwaukee. Madison alone will have to furnish about 100. MUST RUN AS INDE PENDENT CANDIDATES The democratic candidates in flu* recent Dane county primaries did not receive sufficient votes to secure a place as party candidates on the ballot for the November election. They would have need ed at least 10 per cent of the dem ocratic vote in the election two years ago, but their votes fell about 100 short of the minimum, the respective votes being as fol ows Martin Ilolum, county clerk. 780: Lawrence Frene.v, county treasurer, 788; .Take Alford, sher ff. 716: Jacob 11. Behrend, coro ner, 708; Fred Knight, circuit court clerk, 70!); .T, J. MeManamy, district attorney, 697; J. 11. Auby, register of deeds, 712. 6 CENT FARE FOR THE CITY OF LA CROSSE The railroad rate commission announced Saturday that the cash street car fare in La Crosse had been increased to 6 cents. The ticket rate is 18 tickets for $1.00: a 5 cent fare to workmen who ravel between the hours of 6 and 8 in the morning and 5 and 7 in he evening. School children will e sold 25 tickets for $l. A NATION'S STRENGTH IS IN ITS FOOD SUPPLY Eit less —Waste onthing Crwitg a Rmmv AMERICA MUST FEED 110 000. 000 ALLIES CORRESPONDENTS TAKE NOTICE Owing to the present de mand for advertising space in THE WISCONSIN WEEKLY BLADE, no din ner party, wedding, obitu ary or funeral write-ups containing more than words will be run in the News Items unless money ac companies the article. News items must be condensed as we are forced to conserve in space. and. ANTHONY JOSEY, Editor and Manager ON WHEATIESS BAYS VST SO SKLAn CIMXtK FA<inr as. skeakfast RXXK CONTAINING "WHEAT. The First National Bank MADISON, WISCONSIN No. 144 United States Depository Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits $440,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORR A. E. Proudfit President M. E. Fuller Vice-President E. 3. Steensland Jas. B. Ramsay MILK lypl CREAM ICE CREAM Zilisch Pure Milk Cos. PHONE 9/9 629 W. WASHINGTON AVEJ Painless Chiropodist Office Phone, Douglas 3288 Massaging R e *. Phone, Douglas 3132 PROF. 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