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WHAT ARE THEY?
They arc War Savings Stamps. They are of two kinds United States Thrift
Stamps (25c each.) United States War Savings Stamps ($4.12 plus 1 cent for each
month since January.) Sixteen U. S. Thrift stamps plus from 12 to 23 cents in cash
will purchase a War Savings Stamp, which when affixed to a War Savings Certifi
c.ate is the guarantee of the Government and the people of the United States to repay
on January 1, 1923, the full amount with interest at 4 per cent compounded quarterly
The U. S Thrift card is a pocket-sized card given free of charge to purchasers of
U. S. Thrift stamps. The war savings certificate is a pocket-sized folder given free to
holders of war savings stamps.
Why Should 1 Buy Them?
Because we are at war. Because the more we save, the more labor and material will be available '
for the use of the government and for the support of our army. Because we must have dollars as well
as men in the fight for freedom. Because they establish the soundest and simplest basis of saving, which
is the key to individual success. "Because there is no safer investment in the world.
Where Can I Buy Them?
At any Post office, Bank, Trust Company, and many other authorized selling agencies. Every stamp
helps to save a life every stamp helps to win the war. . . .
This Advertisement Contributed by
ANDERSON & MUDD, Groceries
C. S. JACKSON, Druggist
MONROE STEAM LAUNDRY
W. L. GREEN, Blacksmith '
GEM THEATRE COMPANY
WOODSON & GRAHAM, Automobiles
YATES & YATES, Liverymen
Dristow & Longmlre, Machinists
; J. W. STREAN & SON, Darbers
DIERKS & HAYS, Meat & Groc.
sN. D. BARR, Groceries
SOUTHERN & SPALDING, Drugs