AULATE the DOLLAR,
CIRCULATE the DOLL
It's the "Loosening up"
not the "Holding on"
which will make Our Country
BUSINESS AS USUAL
"Business as usual" was one of
the great war - winning slogans.
It was vital that the wheels of bus-
iness kept revolving so that a
prosperous country could furnish
funds and supplies to maintain
our boys overseas in comfort and
in determined spirit.
"Business as usual" is just as
vital to d a y, that the man in the
office, in the shop, and on the farm
may make living wages. These
conditidns exist in a college com-
munity as well as anywhere else.
A portion of every dollar that is
put into circulation now goes to
replenish supplies of merchan-
dise. The more orders-the more
work. The more work-the more
money and again pr sperity is at
our door step. Buy what you need
now. The world is drunk with
pessimism and a little confidence
is the. only stimulus needed.
Your purchase is a passport on
the reat locomotive which is
hea Lig for prosperity.
REGULATE YOUR INCOME
Thrift is not self-denial of the
enjoyments of life.
Thrift is the' regulation of our
income in such a manner that we
can participate in the good things
of life now and in the future lby
sensible distribution of spending
During the war when wages
and prices were high'when every-
one was spending freely the sav-
ings deposite d in the banks in-
But if we stop buying now pro-
duction must stop. This will les-
sen our chances to partake of the
little luxuries which we are accus-.
tomed to have and make thrift
practically impossible. This is a
situation which every resident of
Ann Arbor and every student in
the University must face. Don't
put a binder on your pocket book.
Loosen up and buy now.
Your purchase is a blow to pes-
simism and hard time s. and a
boom for optimism and prosper-
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M. D. LARNED
ANN ARBOR PRESS
J. KARL MALCOLM
CORNWELL COAL CO.
ANN ARBOR DAIRY
TOM CORBETT, 'LOTHIER
MICHIGAN MILLING CO.