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*Keep The Home
Tonight there will be American
boys in lonely listening posts far
out in the desolation of No Man's
Land, American boys in the dark
ness and the mud and cold of the
trenches under the ceaseless thun
der of guns aiid the scream of shells
American boys tramping along the
pitch-black, shell-torn highways.
Through the long, dreary hours, as
they wait and watch in the dark,
while dangers lurk on every hand,
their thoughts turn to the homes
they left behind, homes on distant
farms, in scattered villages, in great
cities, and they see in imagination
the pleasant home lights shining
out into the night.
They Are Fighting to Keep Those Home
You, back here in the peace and safety of the homes
they love, can help in the bitter struggle that our boys
must face tonight, and tomorrow night, and every day,
and every night, until the final VICTORY is won. You,
too, must work to keep the home fires burning—for our
sons in France.
They need guns and mflre guns, shells and more
•heiU, they need tank* and transports and airplanes,
good food and warm clothes and medicines and hospital
supplies—an ever increasing abundance of all the vital
materials of war if they are to drive the ruthless German
invaders back within their own borders, and establish
for all time the sacredness of American liberty and the
safety of America's homes—their homes, our homes.
For these lads that are fighting and dying for you — do your
share to send them to VICTORY. Invest today in
Liberty Bonds—All you can. Keep the
home fires burning.
THIS SPACE PAID FOR AND CONTRIBUTED BY
J. H. FOLGER, -
- Mount Airy, N. C.