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BUY WAR BONDS and STAMPS
Our men are fighting on the battle fronts
of the world. Many will die that you and I
might enjoy the blessing of a FREE COUN
TRY. They need GUNS-TANKS-PLANES
and AMMUNITION to carry on the fight.
All these cost money. Our government asks
us to invest our dimes, quarters, dollars in
this all-out war on the enemy.
Everyone with a regular income is asked
to pledge to buy Stamps and Bonds in some
amount. If you are already buying on a
regular plan or not you will still be asked
to sign a pledge.
This Is Not A Sales
This is not a campaign to sell, but to get
pledges in order that the Government may
be enabled to gauge and estimate the
amount of money to be received from the
sale of Stamps and Bonds.
Buy A Share of Freedom Today
When the local worker calls on you for
your pledge Be ready greet him cheer
fully and pledge something; regardless of
This Space Is A Contribution To America's Ail-Out War Effort By
First National Bank
Personality Beauty Shop
A. C. Lawrence Leather Co.
. Phone 27
Balentine Service Station
Dill Howell's Esso Station
Massie Hardware Co.
Haywood Print Shop
Wellco Shoe Corporation
C. N. Allen Co.
Ward's Service Station
Massie Dept. Store
C. J. REECE
Underwood Novelty Co.
Hyatt and Company
C. E. Ray's Sons
The Waynesville Mountaineer
Dayton Rubber Co.
BUY NOW - - BUY OFTEN
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