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boy has gone away to stake his life to
make the world a decent place, in which to live.
Some have already shed their blood that Liberty
Your boy is depending on you today. He is fighting for you!
Are you going to stand back of him? He is going to face cold
steel, i^re you going to see to it that he has a gun to fight with,
clothes to keep him warm and food to nourish his body?
Uncle Sam needs mdney at once for more
equipment! more food and more ammunition for
your boy. That he may have everything he needs
to make the best fight that is in him, your govern-
ment offers you Bonds of the Third Liberty Loan.
You have nothing to lose because these bonds
are backed by a mortgage on all of the property
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This Space Donated by
Mrst National Bank of Warren Swedish-American State Bank State Bank of Warren
of all of the people in the richest nation in the world and you'll
get your money back with interest.
You have everything to gain for now that our nation is at war
with the Autocratic German Government, our fate and the fate
of our homes hangs in the balance. The question of whether
you will be a free man under the stars and stripes or a slave
under the iron hand of the Kaiser rests with the success or failure
of your army. Until that question is decided, everything you hold
dear hangs in the balance.
Your boy, by going to the front, has declared
that for him death is to be preferred to a life of
slavery. All he asks is that you back him with
your money. His eyes are upon you today.
Therefore, for your boy's sake buy your Lib-
erty Bond today.
Your boy trusts you.Do not fail him.