Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 09, 1917, EDITORIAL SECTION, Page 18, Image 18
THE BEE: OMAHA, SAiURUAl', JUimE 9, 1117. a Befoimidl the nind tlhie G 18 Stand Bel Main nHE boys on the firing line-in the trenches-atop A the conning towers-at the breeches of the artil lery pieces-astride the. cavalry horses, will be fighting for YOUR interests, present and future. They must be fed and clothed; their weapons must bp bright for duty. They must have ships, ammunition and supplies without end-without stint. Our nation faces the greatest need for finan cial assistance it has ever known, for it has entered the mightiest of all human conflicts, and war is the most expensive business in the world. !AiJ jmft What Yon fan To Your Country I A It is your duty to help all you can, whether you have given assistance in rjs other ways or not, to help in the great task of providing the sinewy This can be W . I . m .... m . ' 1 I rfnna fry rt iintn unftntnr milllrtnc in1 millinvhe M mnnair I t ' uvwt jiuj mill iiiuiibj, iiiiuiuiio aiiu iiuuivjuo ui iwuMGjf. Ask Your Employer What He Will Do To Help You Buy Your Bond? No doubt he will be glad to do what other employers the country over are doing. They are advancing money to their employes to buy bonds and letting them pay in installments so much down and so much a week. The bonds pay three and one-half per cent interest. Iv Make the World a Safe Place for Democracy Buy a Liberty Bond TODAY tvtr 4$ - v Buy Bonds For the Babies Saturday, June 9, is Children's Day in the Bond Campaign. Make the little folks loyal citizens. Invest in a bond. Put the interest into, the baby's savings account and some day the boy or girl will have a nice nest CjL egg for business or an education.