THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
(One Day Neare Victory) THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, j
What you will be asked to do-
MARK well the date Thursday, September 9th.
For on that day, you must answer to your
On that day, the 3rd War Loan Drive opens. To
you and to every other true American a clarion
call goes forth to rally to the support of our flag.
You will be asked to back our fighting forces to
the very limit of your resources. You will be asked
to go all-out for invasion by investing in extra
War Bonds more War Bonds than you perhaps
think you can possibly afford.
To meet the national quota, every individual in
the country who earns a wage or draws an income
or has accumulated funds must invest, if he pos
sibly can, in at least one extra $100 War Bond.
.Those who can, must invest more thousands of
dollars' worth more. Each and every one must do
his full part.
Scrape up the money from every source you can
. . .turn in all the loose cash you carry with you. . .
dig out what you had tucked away "just in case."
Go without pleasures, luxuries, even necessities
this September. And give our fighting men the
things they need to fight with and win.
These men are throwing everything they have
into this fierce invasion push. They are giving
their blood, their lives. No one can put a price on
such courage, self-sacrifice, devotion. But you can
show you're with them to the limit! You can say it
with Bonds . . . extra Bonds this month.
World's Safest Investments
For this 3rd War Loan, you will be offered your
choice of various government securities. Choose
the one that fits your requirements.
United States War Savings Bonds Series "E";
gives you back $4 for every $3 when the bond ma
tures. Interest: 2.9 a year, compounded semi
annually, if held to maturity.' Denominations: $25,
$50, $100, $500, $1,000. Redemption: Anytime 60
days after issue date. Price: 75 of maturity value.
2'2 Treasury Bonds of 1964-1969; readily mar
ketable, acceptable as bank collateral. Redeemable
at par and accrued interest for tlw purpose of sat
isfying Federal estate taxes. Dated September 15,
1943: due December 15, 1969. Denominations:
$500, $1,000, $5,000, $10,000, $100,000 and $1,000,000.
Price: par and accrued interest.
Other securities: Series "C! Savings Notes ; Wo
Certificates of Indebtedness; 2 Treasury Bonds
of 1951-1953; United States Savings Bonds series
"F"; United States Savings Bonds series "G".
15 BILLION DOLLARS
BACK THE ATTACK WITH WAR BONDS
Pet Dairy Products Co.
Pasteurized Milk Is safe
Ray's Department Store
A Complete Store
Dayton Rubber Mfg. Co.
The Food Store
"Home of Better Values"
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Good Values-Friendly Credit
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, Phone 48
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Wear Leather For Hea.u.