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The voices of a million and a half of our boys in France are
asking, yon that question. Another million and a half will soon
be asking it. These mien are giving their lives for your freedom
they have a right to ask what you are doing to help them. They
need your help, and if you give it quickly you will help save the
lives of thousands of our boys.
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We are working day and night to organize, train, equip and trans-
port an army of four million men to France. While we are
working, our boys over there are dying. The longer it takes us,
the more lives will be sacrificed. Don't you be responsible for
any of the delay do your duty promptly.
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Buy Fourth Liberty Bonds
Believing that it is the duty of
every person who enjoys the
freedom and privileges of citi
zenship in our great Country to
do his utmost to help win the
war, the following firms and in
dividuals have patriotically, con
tributed the money to pay for
this and other advertisements
pi the Fourth Liberty Loan:
"Don't let the SON go down"
You don?t have to pay all cash for your
bonds. You; can make your first payment
from cash in the bank, and take care of the
balance out of your daily, weekly or monthly
The forced saving you do now will mean
a nice nest egg later, for the bonds you buy
now and pay for as you go along will
prove a splendid investment that will pay
you a good interest every six months. After
the war, the bonds will be worth more than
you paid for them. Don't hesitate to, do
your duty and 'do it quickly.
"Don't Kg aTc SON down."
JOHN: P. HASWELL, JR., Ohairnat
A. T; HWtT, Leufcville . "-f ' '
W; L. MtlXCW, Benton ,
W;' T. FOWLER, HopMnsville -JOHN"
H. GILLIAM, Scottsville ' -
ALVIS S. BENNETT, Secretary.
D. 0, BURK, Biadfordsville.
OHAS. W. WHITE, LoukviHe
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Patriotically Donated By Republican State Campaign Gomi
JAMES F. RAMEY, Speakers' Bureau. 'V ''OMl! WALKER, Treasurer.
w. u. jxaa, smsiDyyuie ;; t, JU MUSS, Puieville
T. AViFIELD, AAland OHAS. A. SEGNER, Louisville
JOHN Jt CRAIG Covington,
ED. 0. O'REAR, Frankfert
' FRED A. VAUGHAN, Painteville
L. Wi BETHURUM, Mount Vernon.
HARRY GIOVANNOLI, Lexington
W. H, JONES, Glasgow , ? .'
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