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VOL. 33. N O 43
Dr. J, R. French
F. D. McCracken
G. W. Wills
W. P. Hough
E. J. Williams
C. E. Jones
Dr. Val Do Turner
Scudamore & Howe
Atty. Hammond Turner
Atty. W. T. Francis
Dr. H. I. Williams
W. J. Utley
7 Cox & Brooks
Put every dollar you can spare into a
Liberty Bond. Never before could your
dollar buy so much. It buys safety for your
country, your homes and your children,
now and for years to come. It buys life and
liberty without taking a cent away from you.
It fights for us, and pays for the privilege of
fighting. It fulfills a duty which has the
combined rewards of a good deed and a
For the Second Liberty Loan is the best'
Investment in the world to-day. A Liberty
Bond is.money which pays you a secured
income for your home and family. Always
safe as gold, always worth its face value,
every Liberty Bond, with the end of the
war, is sure to be held at a premium.
You men and women with a few dollars
to invest can put them to fighing for your
T. H. Lyles
Reed & Thompson
Ragland & Williams
Dr. O. D. Howard
A. C. Lyles
R. N. Travis
ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS. MINN.. SATURDAY: OCTOBER 27, 1917
*A OOSEN your purse strings, sons and daughters of Columbia,
and take the bonds of the Second Liberty Loan. Buy them
till the pinch of buying brings to your heart the glow of a
good investment made and a good deed done. Buy U. S.
Government Liberty Bonds. Iryou have one, buy another,
and sell two more bonds to two other good Americans.
The Bonds are your answer, bur ans#tsrrthe one answer we, as undivided
people, loyal to the cause of human rights can make to the World War.
The eyes and ears of the world are strained for our answer. The eyes and
ears of our enemy, more eagerly than the eyes and ears of our allies.
Strike the answer home that there may be no doubt of the answer.
Our young manhood answers as our boys go to the firing line our farmers
answer in food for our fighting men our manufacturers answer in shoes and
uniforms, gas masks, big guns little guns, powder, shot and shell our ship-
yards in food ships and fighting ships. But they speak the answers of
individuals. The Liberty Loan speaks for our whole people. Let our answer
tell friend and foe, that we know we are fighting for human rights, and stand
behind our demand:
"The World Must Be Made Safe For Democracy"
homes at the same time they bring you
an income. You may buy Liberty Bonds as small as
$50 and pay for them by instalments.
Go to the nearest bank, the nearest post
office, the| nearest department store, or
send to the United States Department for a
Other lands of Democracy are making
their fight and sacrifices for Democracy.
The hour of America's opportunity and
privilege strikes. Lend your utmost to your
^government. Buy her Bonds. Buy, and in
buying strike our answer home, that the
world may know beyond a doubt that
America's War Answer, "Makes the World
Safe for Democracy."
THIS SPACE DONATED BY LOYAL CITIZENS OF THE.TWIN CITIES.
W. H. Reynolds
J. W. Bridges
C. A Smith
W. F. Williams
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C. E. Coleman
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C. H. Robinson
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