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The Huttig news. (Huttig, Ark.) 1907-1955, April 20, 1918, Image 4

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As that American boy goes across “no man’s land,” he knows
what is before him. He knew before he sailed. He’s
trained for it—ready for it—eager for it. , He can fight the
Hun,—that’s what he’s there for.
But he can’t fight the slacker at home, who nurses his money;
who sits supinely by and sees his country’s soldiers slaughtered
for lack of military supplies; who prefers greenbacks to glory,
dollars to victory.
That soldier’s worst foe is behind him—right here in America.
Are you going to betray that boy? He’s bone of your bone, blood of your blood; he's fighting for
you—for the peace of your fireside, the chastity of your women, the lives of your children, the
honor of your flag! Are you going to betray him? That’s just what you do, when you withhold
the money without which he cannot be furnished the fighting material he needs. You betray him
JTCie Right Hand
The advertising for the Third
Liberty Loan in this city has
been made possible through
the patriotism of the following
firms, who bave generously
contributed the space in which
the advertising will appear;
Union Saw Mill Go.
and Huttig News.
Buy Bonds of the Third Liberty Loan
It is seldom one can help a great cause with
out personal sacrifice. But you can. These
bSnds are the safest, best investment in the
World. Security ? Why they are a first mort
gage upon the United States. Every railroad
in the country, every homestead, farm or pub
lic building, every industry, every income or
salary, everything we own—everything you
own—is pledged as collateral.
If you can’t pay cash for your bonds, you can
borrow a part of the money at your bank,
using the bonds as security; or, you can buy
them at y6ur bank on easy partial payment
plan. It is no trouble to buy Liberty Bonds
—it is no trouble to pay for them. See your
banker today.
C. A. Berry, D. M. Clowney, W. H. Wheler, F. W. Scott, W. A. Benson
J. H. Sehon and H. j. Scott, Local Sales Committee.

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