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Free trader-journal. (Ottawa, Ill.) 1916-1920, March 13, 1918, Image 2

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OTTAWA Vl:) Til VI)KI-HIIRAL.
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WEDNESDAY, "MARCH 13, 1018.
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AMERICAH FLIER
BRINGS DOWK PAIR
MY 'PUIS
ANOTHER U. S, BIRDMAN DRIVXS
OFF QUINTETTE OF EOCHE OB
SERVERS EXPLOITS ARE TOLD
IN CABLED MESSAGE FROM
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With the Auicii aii A:mv
Mar. 13. An American
with a French pilot, lud
experience Sunday v. hen
chines was attack, d ly f
sinKle-seater tlshtir? i'u
French aviator skUUnliy e
athirkinir unmet, km ins in
jiorlorted by eighteen hit! It
Some of these tmleu h;u
comfortably close to lis"
others pierced the iliac!
where the Ann'i i' an ohs.
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FINDS HIS CORK LEG
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ILLINOISANS HALT
DAYLIGHT BILL)
W -'.iiii;:..'! M.irt h 1 ! KiMiri'stii-!
t.i::ws K.iiu and Madden of Illinois
i.-d.iy, ! the tilth tittu' in two wtn-ks,
' ,!) !'-.( M an;l ii kiyrd fonshlt-ration
4t t'lt i!.iiii' t Tlify nssci'tfd
i!':.r 'iv:s!at'n nas more imi'or
.ilU. JUDGE GREEN TO
SET STRAUSS TRIAL
!.: i.i M.in-h '.1- Jiidc Green an-
no. ;.. vii in t;ie I'l'isni v inn HHiay
i Ii.t woii'd the date tor the
,1 .: Kdi-ar . S'ratise. former pres
.der.' of t!ie t.ite Trast V H.ivinKH
t.i.t.ik. i hi -. rsit'l uith the murder of
i'. 'ine M. .M-ad. ra.-hier of the same
itisi if ieti. en Thui M.;ay moniint;. A
i!a:' I'er n'rainnietit a'1" ill be set,
I 'K e;H'.t''d.
WOMANS WORK
IN WAR TIME
WHY REGISTER'
Iteeailso, in Kiikind. ill tke t:l-t (KH
y-;trs of the war. over on.- million
women were needed to repku-e men
in industrial po.i'.ioii. ., making over
."..Ot'tVUit- ensured in .aintul oceiii-a
tii'ttrf.
Itiianse. in the same leimt'i ef time,
a tremendous force of olunLef!s was
needed to cook for the workers, to
ate tor their children during the day.
to take their places in the factories
at week-ends, that the work miht ;u
on but the workers have one day of
rest.
I'ecnuse, the t'niud States -which
already has taken a million
men out of industrial, piol'esn'onal and
civic life, and with siueeii ni; drafts
will take millions more will have
similar emergencies to nwet, and
when they come ne'ds to luave a rec
ord of women w.llit.i; to do the work
required, either as paid or vohinteet
workers.
Because, all th:iri!aide aut iu ies
need a larce force ef volunteer work
ers to help wi;!i t!ie bis; iiiciv;t.-ie in
relief, iuvesiiative "nud pnteitie
woik arising fiom war conditions.
IU-eausi, it ou have any trained
at ility, there is a place you i oiUu be
used NOW fcr the benefit of your
ciiKTiuniiy.
It cause, if yon have even half a
day or a week to spate, til ere is a
bit of work call:!!,; to you "NOW.
!ecv.;.-e, our l'o are liIiMn; in
I he tienflirs. and we should litht lor
Iheiit ut home.
Itecausi- this U a (!ov cinnuni frti-
siih. ami vvhcihi'r or not Jon arc able
to nfter or perform any mtvh c. i'l' '
IIOll.li I N't -1 I'l'd'K VlH'1
(Ulavva lei'.i.-tratioii d.iv , Saturday,
Match l'lh
Lock for Leva.
To be able to sec u lovuhle faits
in people Is a wonderful help to happiness.
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Subscribe for tne Free Trader-Journal,
for results.
Poultry, Egos, Butler
nd Cream
WE ARE PAYING TODAY:
Hen, for laying, per lb ..20c
Springers 20c
Young roosters, stoggy ...15c
Old roosters 10c
Ducks 20c
Ceese 18C
Turkeys 2Zc
One-ha'f Cent Per Pound More if
Delivered
Butter, cooking 23c
Butter, sweet 32c '
Cream, butter fat 46c
E89S 30c!
Our trucks will start on the country
routes as soon as the roads are
good. Phone 1065.
STEER & OLSEN
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started. Are noi the prizes worth working tor? Think! One does not
have to secure money in advance. It is dead easy. Send in your nomination today. Get Busy.
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An Oppoiionity to Realize Your Ambition
The big contest affords the opportunity for an entrant to own his or
her own touring car for a few weeks effort. If you have been thinking
you would like to own a beautiful automobile, here is your chance. If you
have a used car, here is a chance to make it earn you a modern touring
car. While we have a number of nominations there is still plenty of
room for a good, live, energetic worker to enter the contest and win. It
h highly important that candidates make every moment count today in
as much as each subscription today counts five times as much as later.
Subscription may be had for the asking. Call us for particulars today.
Open this evening.
SECOND GRAND PRIZE
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MADE BY E. P. JOHNSON PIANO CO.
On Display at R. L. Jackson's, 824 La Salle Street Value $350
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THE START TOWARD AN AUTOMOBILE
MADE BY E. P. JOHNSON PIANO CO.
On Display at R. 1. Jackson's, 824 La Salle Strtet
Model 150, Colonial Value $250
Nominate a Candidate
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NOT GOOD AFTER MARCH 16
Time to Enter Today
Remember this contest is different than others
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This affords the candidate without a cent the same
opportunity of winning as the one who might be
inclined to spend money. The only important part
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later in the contest. Come in this evening, let's
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