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   Wakefield Advocate (Newspaper) - June 9, 1917, Wakefield, Michigan                                VOL. 4 NUMBER 31. WAKEFIULD, GOGHBIC COUNTY, MICHIGAN, SxVl'URDAY, JUNE 9 I?17, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2,00 PER YEAR and Kodak Supplies r We carry a complete line of, Eastman Autographic Kodaks and Brownie Cameras. WHAT A GOVERNMENT THE SPITTING HABIT. * 1 It pays to buy the best. Accept no imi= tations. Remember "if it isn't an Eastman, it isn't a kodak. Sold only by Oiakefield Pharmacy, BOND IS, The. Government of the States has two medians United of IF. A.aBlK.OBJ-A.Wr. Prow DR. THEODORE S. CROSBY Physician and Surgeon SPECIALIST in the Treatment of Chronic and Nervous Diseases Electrical and Intra Venous Treatment. Kerkes Building, Wakefield, Mich. h k h    > raining money. One is by 'taxation. The other is by (he sale of bonds, which is a method of borrowing money. The Government bond is theynintcd promise of the Government to pay back the borrowed sum of money at a certain time, and to pay interest on it at regular intervals until it h repaid. The government borrows money in this way only after it has been rnv- w en the right to do so hy act of Congress approved by the President, and the ttrms of the loan arc set out in the act. Back of the promise of the Government stands the honor of the Government and all its tit.xing resources. �Really the whole wealth of I lie Nation stands behind this'solemn promise .of the Government to pay. �This makes a United Stiites Government bond the safest investment in the,world.' If the bond of Hie United States Government b not safe, no proper! v in iheUmicd Stnies is saTe.   If the United   Slates  can not pay its bondv is is hardly probable that Do vou thoughtlessly or intention?; ally spit upon ih-: sidewalksandpavement's? m If so-atop it! It is a filthy and vulgar habit. Why should you mutilate the appearance of your town, Besides being a disgusting sight to every passer-by, this is one of the most prolific means of spreading disease /jenns. No one who has a degree of civic pndci or a right conception of "personal liberty" will indulge in this dangerous practice. It is to he hoped that in other places the public conscience may be aroused tosuchanextent that offend-crs may be brought to a realization ^ of their acts and be restrained from further offense in this matter. Many cities of Michigan have an anti-spitting ordinance and policemen arc authorized to arrest any person who so offend public decency. The State Board of Health wishes to co-operate with the people of this fh ale against this .dangerous practice and will supply placards to be placed hi public places,'depots, street antl other common carriers* These placards may be had for such purposes, by addressing the Secretary, Lansing, Michigan. Ifc is worth cloins: at once. Qbarb a bank account at once, and then take pride in seeing it.grow. 2P Out* Inaueerx,.ents ar9 many and in keeping with safe banking. Wa take personal interest in your account at all times and wo courteously invite your account Th Citizens of A. ttlugsmuth vV Co., ai kings: JPi'osuIen't, tnraEUS-tr, firuuo, P. Kelly, �T. ItluRRmutli, J. Michaels, Juo. Hugul. V, U>i>lato, A. KiugHiuutU Wakefield, Michigan. cars FROM THE SOLDIER BOYS. ^ San Francisco, Oil. June 2, 1917. Company M.. 1.2th  Infantry Wakefield Advocate;- If hare just been reading the Wakefield Advornle and thought 1 utitfhl to droit a line to the Wake-field people lo show that   I  hadn't Stationery igars Tobacco Piptis Stock Foods* Horse Tonic Cow Tonic Fly Dope PJaymg Cards    Mosquito Oil Notions Liniments Fishing Tackle   Castovia jewel ry Fountain Pens S3 8 it will be able.to.nroter.f. ih      UR^,r^(k','r'i'i?u^^P'"T' specially'T>rZ^M*v � ^ d, ibelr. in the �vy only have they ^/;^f.Ld tbmk'h- h n gvcat tb�*        * uf  all  Um^Jlf1 voUUg  arau   to   do   lor Photograph Supplies Chicken Panacea Base Ball Goods Automobile Tires Bicycle Tires Cameras Razors "Vj/*^ Razor Straps l',mi�V;; Pocket KnivctwT Post Cards < Letter Files Type ' Writer Supplies Housel iold Remedies Hot Waitet Bags Spectacles Ice Cream, lec Cream Sodas and Founiaut ..Diiaks at. Go to are cs Not safety characteristic uf States bonds but they are not only from all existing (nxo run j -from any war tax that may be sub;^- )v �ii#intlvhc levied.   No Mate thy nor j n lo   lor 125S to In the army quently be county may tax them. United ?" M..  (r , healthy I trw months at least. butl     .nusttok^M^caly to ,rrVwav.5havc.l.clcnncloth.nB. . iana our mvuiucs c5t.eda%.  We Pit* MUTH JOHN ICEAELS tance of some m rather; afiect their tramicr ...�r 1 death.oUKc owner by �".H 01 b5  m-; andlhavca States may aRcciibcm. oi n link driUmi'. awl physical , qn^ciion or aUctl      cveivw�k. .Eveuirtsjwc have M. C.  A.       RO   to hentance Another aiWanta?1- � P Loan Bonds possess is Government issues bonds tramfcv son our biu , -l  i .1 where we thai   H I1 ,!.:.., later   on with an "up-bo-date can to picture show or al-. I mos.t any thins a young man enjoys, Sunday evenings   wc. can Sundays wc can rest the food they give bov from 9 duritiB ih�� w� * * !u?.r' U \ ; Church then, S' teicBfthc holders of  L.bcriv  L,,A" Wc abb like Bonds w�n be allowed to �chnngcl ^ .g Rnothet at nav their bunds (or bonds bearing Wak(;ficld_ Joc Joshaway. _ the lugherj^onnter^ lmm Ramsay, Harry Bodah, who � The foime7Wu^mba�adut UjoyinR army Vvervthine that goes hlrdware line will bo found here Stoves and Ranges Also one life. t0 G-**y* tht P-ple of that 1   The army We fa 4 sal country arc sticking to the Kaber and that \\ we rid them of impenal- j whflt it is like, sure great. and sec Gasoline Engines, Guns, Ammunition, Enlist you young men Now isvourchance Cutlery Paints, Oils, Glass, Etc H A V AM AS "When you c "UKtOS" M&DK ism we will have (o beat them all.     "America First" always. Our country though she or wtony our country. If ever you have an there are a few soldier would eujoy reading it. rij;ht Wakefield, Michigan. Telephone ail for � Cigav insist on the very best fresh Havana, Bessemer favorite, Commercial Club The army has sent out a call for several thousand bakers to serve dining the term of the war. Patriotism on the part, of some bakers sugg^ that they stay out of the army. Get yovu Sunday chicken  dianc SO cents. at the Wakefield Hotel extra  paper, boys who mm I vemnm yours Respectfully. Edward E. Fritz Scene from "The Destroyers cm All Guaranteed Brands Made at 1 mm I * 1 ^< Ulatefa, Clock and a�a�lt-y 7 14 '�.xyp* Dry Cleaning Pre and Repairing Suits Mad Order can please you. fhe Progressive Tailor Located In the Rear of MAJESTIC BARBER SHOP J J � J f 1 tra�| Strand Theatre, Thursday, 1P torn SSI H      4 j   

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