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April 26, 1918 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-04-26

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A

THE

WAR

IS

OVER

i

American

soldier

who comes

back from

And the American who offered ALL he possibly

/

France, having

offered his ALL on the field

of

could to the Government

for Liberty

Bonds

battle to save America.

vhil the war lasted.

How are you going to feel when you meet these soldiers returning from the battle fields, where

N

they have faced death for your sake?

N_

Some of them will not be able to stand erect.

Some will

be on

crutches,

some in roller chairs;

some will have lost their arms, their eyesight.

How will YOU feel when they tell you the ammunition gave out, the guns didn't come, the

air-

planes failed to arrive?

How will YOU feel when they tell you some of th e casualties would

never have occurred if they

had been supplied with sufficient war equipment?

If you helped, you'll feel like an AMERICAN.

I f you didn't help you'll feel like a cur.

BUY

BONDS

OF

T H E

THIRD

LIBERTY

LOAN

It is seldom one can help a great cause without personal sacrifice.

But you can.

These bonds are

the safest, best investment in the world.

Security?

Why, they are a first mortgage upon the

United States. Every railroad in the country, every homestead, farm or public

building,

every

industry, every

income or salary, everything we

own-everything

YOU

own-is

pledged

as

collateral.
I.

K

Contributed in interest of Campus Liberty Loan Campaign by

SCHLANDERER & SEYFRIED

QUARRY DRUG COMPANY
SCHAEBERLE & SON

BLOOMFIELD
ALLMENDINGER MUSIC SHOP
BETSY ROSS CANDY SHOP
FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK

FLANDERS

SWISS GARMENT CLEANING CO.
CALKINS DRUG CO.4

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