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elicA the German armies “finish of'" g0u tided soldiers. 32,000 of these girt recently captured by the Italians. liters 3 nano Patriotism |e advertising for the jiird Liberty Loan in this has been made possible |raufh the patriotism of the wing firms, who have scrously contributed the feet in which the advertis vvill appear: lerican Cafe. Bold, K. P. i Sales and Service Co. try i Ellis. Real Estate ekof Prescott, well, Joe fett, W. L. (twr.’s Cafe, itton Hotel. Jin, T. S.. Jeweler ah, J. 0. A Warn, J. E Khanan. \Y. K icfianan Drutt > >re. *1* Restaurant, ,E. L. & Co., Sid tish, J. b., 1'ndertuker Utioin C. C , Circuit Clerk, n) Grocer Co, ristopher, (Ge< • i.. Bt} Market, ^and Weekly News, N* Motor Sale- Co., T. F. °irl & Son, it Side Barber Shoj , •TOers Union Exchange, ‘rst State Bank, tfraers Supply Co. Niks, J. W„ County Judge “Uhrie Drug Store, *• Imon, Produce, W*n. Gee, Mgr. *tr.v. Buchanan & Co, *terly, Dr. S. J. ateHy Drug Store, ®8' W'm. & Son ■ tdy, R, R (Gem Theatre) *»tn, R. D. & Hamby, * ’ell, J. R. 'nulton, H. A. & Co. dlton, J. k. lctiftn City Luml.er Co. frlw- 0. S. & Co. j ce**t Store. **ra«*y. Ur. M. n. 1 ns. B. B. Market & Grocery “*« Millinery c„ Jc8ae& Tompkins, S®tn E , Sheriff « kenzie, H B rr4i>. W. P Martin. |J'J0Mhn A > Postmaster Hi Jr®' ^ *’ • Millinery h y’ ^ C,, Plumber «°tj0n, A JJ'hjre Brother*. Jif 41,a ( °Unty Hardware Co. ‘ County Abstract Co. .S-V-B. Jewelry Store Wl4 tV/ijr The Destruction or Civilization This is in grim reality what we are fighting this war to prevent. The club pictured above—from an actual official photograph—might he the weapon of a savage cave man of five thousand years ago. It is, in fact, the weapon with which German soldiers finish off the enemy wounded who have fallen on the battlefield—on the battlefield on which American boys are fighting. There is only one answer to make to such methods—the defeat of the German Armies. America has taken up the sword to give that answer. Our Army is in France to help win this war on the battlefield—that civilization may be safe, that America may be safe. Take Your Part in America’s Answer to German Savagery I The Third Liber / Loan is your opportunity. It is the most dirt :t blow that can be struck at German military upremacy. It is the most powerful aid that can be given our soldiers in France. It means riHes and helmets and gas masks; the best protection for our men from German brutality. It means big guns and shells and airplanes—and VICTORY. Invest TODAY in bonds of the Third Liberty Loan and save the lives of American soldiers. If you can’t pay cash for your bonds, you can I borrow a part of the money at your bank, using ' the bonds as security; or, you can buy them at your 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. ANSWER IN LIBERTY BONDS YOUR ANSWER WILL BE HEARD AROUND THE WORLD >-Z ■' Oz »r. M *r anv.lt? Co. ('zar. Grajsonia Lumber U Prescott Mercantile O. Pr^rott Hardwire '> pc co*t -m-j Ni>nf»'A'*"**er* 1 !. ( o ! well. Dr. J. M. Park Hotel. P: r.yune. ' P- <cott Ice & Mi’.'.ir g Co. I P".'»cott Milling Co, Porter's Barber Shop, Quality Shop, Ritchie Grocer Co. Rex Furniture Co. Rice, Dr. W. W. Suckle, Jacob Smyth, Mark M., Auto Sales Star Restaurant, Sanders, Jake Southwest Arkansas Telephone Co. Shaver Pressing Shop, Thorburn, F. K, Waller, W B. Walloch’s Bakery, White, Wat W.