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YEAR ago even the most optimistic did not dream
n. that the War would be terminated until after Che Spring
Drive of 1919. Few really expected it to end before
the late summer or early, fall, least of all the Germans.
But America buckled down to work
in a manner typical of the Nation.
An A rmy of 7,000,000 men was
planned money was appropriated for
a storm-cloud of aeroplanes factories
built to turn out tons of poison gas,
and a bridge of ships to span the
Atlantic was contracted for.
As a result Germany was forced
to capitulate, for her spies told her
that further resistance was hopeless.
At the very lowest estimate this un
paralleled flood of money saved
100,000 lives; 300,000 wounded and
$15,000,000,000 of additional expend
iture which would have been lost in
six more months of fighting accord
ing to the official statistics of the War
The money thus spent in scaring Ger
many to death is the money we must
raise in the Victory Liberty Loan.
We've had value received for every
pennynow let's pay pur bills!
AUTO LAUNDRY COMPANY
(By O. G. Davenport)
ABBOTT AUTO SUPPLY CO.
(C P. Rowan)
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANS
BAR0C0 ELECTRIC COMPANY
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE
CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO.
This Space Contributed to the Good it frlay Do by the Following::
THE DUVAL LUMBER COMPANY
ELEBASH JEWELRY COMPANY
GENTRY STRICKLAND COMPANY "
MAYES PRINTING COMPANY
NEWPORT TURPENTINE & ROSIN CO.
HYER LUMBER CO.
G. H. HAYS AUTOMOBILES
GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP
(Henry C. Davis, Mgr.)
HARRINGTON MOTOR CO.
(Maxwall & Chalmers)
HYGIEA BOTTLING WORKS
PENSACOLA ELECT. CO.
PENSACOLA GAS CO.
PIGGLY WIGGLY "
RHODES COLLINS FURNITURE CO.
E. E. SAUNDERS & COMPANY
SAN CARLOS HOTEL
SOUTHERN STATES LUMBER CO.
C. H. TURNER & CO.
T. E. WILLIAMS & CO.
FRED C. WAITE
(The Life Insurance Man) v
WHITE & WHITE
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