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THUR8DAY, -JANUARY 6, 1921. OTTAWA FREE TRADER - .!! RNAL Pattern for Home Sewing A pattn of this lllustratlon will be aent your address. Fill out the attached blank and mall to the Free Trader-Journal, en closing 12c In money or stamps. Pleass allow ten days' time In which te have pattera delivered yeu. Ilrabera of the Grand Army of the Patriotic i Republic a ere rasmted mitt two Rose. handsome flags yesterday afternoon Guard M by the members of the woman's Re- sustain lie corps al a joint Installation of the Press two organizations. Ode IIuk was a ret howler largo one attached to B polished staff I ' onauctre which can be curried in processions Associate and the other is a large one to be nm draped ovor the caskets of dead con:- Color bea rades. The session was held In the nam, Mrs. i Odd Fellows' hall ami was attended Qul and 8 by about eighty guests. The officers : "he office for the two organizations Who were Post, G A 1 elected at the annual meetings recent- t ommunut ly took their oaths to serve during Senior v the coming year. Mrs, D. it. Baow Lorralux. acted as installing officer The oflV Junior cers for tho W. ft. C, wiio Kink their r. oaths yesterday follow Dapiam President Mrs. Irene Griffith. Patriotic I Senior vice president Mrs. Fannie Quarterns Pierce. Snru Junior rice president Mrs. William Adjutant Wilson. I title-;' o1 Treasurer .Mrs. Hetty Stoaebraker. At ' " Secretary Mrs. Eather Galley. 11 social not Chaplain Mrs. Lillian Chalet. ires u men ts IKS' l -I 3421 4 y N. E. A. 10 DEVOTF IE 10 STUDY OF "RURAL SCHOOL" TLANTIC CITY CATHi RING TAKE UP QUESTION OF CATION FOR CHILDREN FARMING DISTRICTS. tHy (tie Associated Press ) J 'TUR AND VELVET Wal HI' raflW .1.4 m 3 Mi'. W n m The bold an Tuesdaj At the refri shi linen, c'epe voile or batiste. This Illustration talis for TWO mailed to any address on receipt of 18 cents FOR EACH patten in sliver or stamps. 1 Pattern Dep't. f A .j. P!case send Pattern to mv I T address 12 c 'ts ci f Name I No j Size I Postoffica ! State .i4..'..',AiJ,.U.'-' A TEXAS WONDEB i(inpv nnd bladder troubles V f 4 - X I nonials. Street, St. lists. Phi: rasetnawa ol muieskin tui "ii "tnnruai t? but one ol several interesting adaptations offered this a0" sealskin and a deep rt b old blue velvet, for instance squirrel with gray silk dlivetyn, and the trac ery done in tarnished gold, it you please, or black velvet and fox. Mai SAYS HOT WATER WASHES POISONS FROM THE LIVER Everyone should drink hot water with phosphate In it, before breakfast. We Sell Pasturized Milk To feci as fine a fiddle, we must keep clean, almost every vent its sponce-like pores glng with indigestible ma bile and poisonous toxins, s physician. te proverhia liver washed nins, to pro 's from clog- it, sour a noted If you got h B your liver, a your liver, taste, furred stomach b- futi ry eves . Your ilso the rtran of Mion or tho tissues, woman, sir Mtth niornin Ml of hot If you catrh cold easily, i If you wake up with a bat! tongue, nasty breath or comes ranrid, it's your 1 Bkin, muddy complexion, all denote liver unclean liver la tip most Import must abused and neglec the body. Few know it; how to release the darn Yaitft, bile and toxins, resort to violent calomel dangerous, salivating eh can onlv be used oceasto it accumulates in attacks the bones. Every man and well, should drink fore breakfast, a glass with a toaspoonful of 1 Oblkta in it, to wash frot bowels the previous da; materia!, the poisons, toxins; thus clransin and freshening do entire alimentary canal betel putting more food into the stomach. Lime-tone phoephata dona not re ef net the diet like ealamil, beeatUM it can not salivate, for it is harmless and jou can eat anythiug afterwards. It Is inexpensive and almost tasteless, and any pharmacist will sell you a quarter pound which is sufficient for a dem onstration of how hot water and lime atone phosphate cleans, stimulates and freshens the liver, keeping you feeling fit day In and day qui. a liver and ndigestiblc) r bile and sweetening ! I ! J Phone 704 r S" " ' :' ft lpping bream Cream Buttermilk Cottage Cheese Butter Our Wagons De liver Anywhere -CITY DAIRY I. m Main Street i ? Dr. H. I'ledderman Pile and Goiter Specialist PILES, I remove by an absorbent method that removes them for ever. No knife, no chloro form, no delay from work. GOITER I reduce by a dependable absorbent method that gives com plete and permanent re suits. Don't wait until your heart, eyes and nerves collapse con serve your health. At I lotel ( )ttawa, Otta wa, 111., every Thursday from I 0 a. m. to 6 p. m. Office Over Askings store 205 E. Main St. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER S C A S T O R I A For That Cold (hi caubers) HESUAUIK, NMlRStGIA, ! I QR.IPPE, CAINS. I tc. mmmm ! X I J t J 1 Prescription Drug Store V. law .'ss-s; vmmmmmmmmmsm viuiwdatsM Oh! you Berry. Extra cl rks and extra Bargain- for Sat urday. CHOICE OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES' DRESSES $10.30, wool serge, silk iricoiine, all go into I he holocaust ; you know me, bill." We will also include in this $10.50 sale, all ladies' coats that sold as high as $20 One thing about Berry, when he makes up his mind, he knows no bottom. IIIIIIIIH CHILDREN'S CORDUROY COATS $2.98; child ren's finest velvet coats, fur cuffs and collars, values as high as $25.80 at $5.50, and some $12 little boy s' Over coats. Still selling boys' and girls' good Hose, 3 pair 25c and the best boys' and girls' Hose money can buy at 25c. IIWillllllllH SPECIAL We have gathered together all our ladies' silk Hose, every color, two tones, or plain; these Hose would average around $1.50 or $2.00 pair, choice 67c. IWHlllIlilllllll We have gathered together about 50 bolts Curtain Scrims, easily worth to 50c yard, in two big loi3, at 18c and 29c. Men's negligee Shirts at less than half th ii regular price, $1.00 and $1.49. Girls' dresses, fine business; you'll pleasantly sur prised what $1.19 will buy. Thouands have said tnev re giad !$erry is back, and so am I glad, so the glad is mutual. O T TAW A Streator, 111.