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February 21, 1918 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-02-21

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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What

They

Are and

How .to

Buy

Them

1.

T HERE are two kinds of War Saving Stamps-25c Thrift
10~mn Q cell fnr 4113 dinr Fknrv1919 an n

Stamps

and $5.00 Stamps.

The

Sne

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cent additional each month
The government will pay you

I

thereafter during 1918.

That is, $4.14 in March, $4.15 in April, etc.

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$5.00 for each of these W. S. S. in January, 1923.

I a

4p

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The 25c Stamps sell at all times for 25c-the price does not change.
first 25c Stamp at the Postoffce or any bank or store you will be given a

When

you buy your

Thrift Card with space

for sixteen 25c Stamps ($4.00 worth).

When the card is filled take it to the Postoffce, pay 13c additional--if you do it in February,

after that one cent additional each month-and.

you will receive a $5.00 Stamp, which is describ-

ed ibove.

If you want to sell your $5.00 Stamp any tim e before January, 1923, the government will buy
it back from you at more than you paid for it. Its value increases one cent each month, as it earns

interest.

Buy War Savings Stamps

They are

as safe as the govern ment and better than money to

you, for they help your United

States and the Cause of Liberty

THIS SPACE IS CONTRIBUTED BY

Schaeberle & Son Music House

Haller & Fuller

Mayer & Schairer Co.

Wild & Co.

Grinnell Bros.

Quarry Drug Co:

Arnold & Co.

Campus Bootery

Lutz Clothing Store

White Studio of N. Y. City

Sheehan & Co.

Century Market (H. E. Vogel. Prop.)

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