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TIIK HARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. MAY 28, 1018.
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BDY5 and Gill
UNCLE SAM WANT5 YOU TO
HELP HIM WHIP THE KAISER
War Savings Stamps
TO THE CHILDREN OF KAUAI
Every boy and girl on Kauai should do their part to win this great war by being Thrift
Soldiers. You may be just as proud of that title as if it meant crossed guns upon your
shoulder or a little red cross upon your breast.
If you own a Thrift Stamp, it means that you wmt to help Win the War that you
belong to the big, invincible Army of Thrift which is standing like a human wall behind that
other Army, the Army of our fathers and brothers, and all the men we are so prcud of
It doesn't take much to buy a Thrift Stamp save up the nickles and see! When you
have bought one Thrift Stamp, it doesn't take long to filll up your card and get a War
Savings Stamp and with every Stamp you buy, you are helping the Flag to go forward.
Don't forget that!
You are helping your country keep her hislory clean and you are saying to those
other children of France and Belgium those poor, unhappy, tortured little children
"We are coming; don't give up! ( Your suffering shall not have been in vain"
Across two Oceans and one Continent your voices will reach them never fear!
Note to teachers and ,
Pli'iisn mul tliis iiH'Ssnnc to Hie
Children at home or at scliool.
It will help to win t he war.
I NITK!) STATES OF AMERICA
National War Savings Committee
A1TOINTEI) liY HON. V. (i. M'ADOO
Secretary of the Trea.-ury
This advertisement donated by McBryde Sugar Co's. Store