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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL, 26, 1918.
Are Not A Burden
But A Blessing
''THRIFT requires the exercise of restraint and self-denial
qualities without which you Cannot achieve the success
in life which it is your ambition to achieve, and for the lack
of which you are likely to suffer in later years.
The money you acquire by thrift you are asked to
loan not give to your country. It will come back
to you when you may need it far more than you
do now, and you will be paid interest for its use.
This war is a frightful thing, but it may prove of inestimable
benefit to you, if it teaches you the good habit of thrift. Start
the habit by investing in
YOU are asked to save every
cent not needed for your rea
sonable support and physical
well being this is thrift.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
on any desired point, apply to any Bank on Maui or to any of the
following Liberty Loan Committeemen: C. D. LUFKIN, chair
man; W. O. AIKEN, F. N. LUFKIN, D. C. LINDSAY, Wm.
H. ENGLE. '