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Wakefield Advocate (Newspaper) - June 9, 1917, Wakefield, Michigan f r A 'A THE ^WAKEFIELD ADVOCATE VOL. 4 NUMBER 3, W Alg ^r m ............. V1 * » * Kodaks and Kodak Supplies } We carry a complete line of Eastman Autographic Kodaks and Brownie Cameras. SUBSCRIP I ION PRICE $2,00 PER YEAR It pays to buy the best. Accept no imi-tations. Remember “if it isn’t an East-man, it isn’t a kodak. Sold only by ^Wakefield Pharmacy, IP A CJTT.C-. ______ Sh A.SBROaANT. Pro a. mm® ® DR. THEODORE S. CROSBY 0 Physician and Surgeon § SPECIALIST lf c, the . Trcatmcnt of Chronic and Nervous Diseases E? g Electrical and Intra Venous Treatment. M Kcrkes Building, Wakefield, Mich. | x XI & WHAT A GOVERNMENT bond is. The Government of the U„„e,l States has two methods „f nisi nu money. O ne is by taxation. Tho other is by the sa | c of bonds, which is a method of borrowing money. Hie Government bond is the printed promise of the Government to payback the borrowed sum of money at a certain time. and to pay mtcr -s, on 't at regular intervals until it j, , r paid. The government borrow, money **» ,va V only aller it hay been tttv- Cn c r, S flt to Jo so by act of Congress approved by the President, att,I the terms of the loan are set out it, the act. Back of the promise oft he Government stands the honor of the Government and all it, taxing resource . O' t,,e whole wealth of the Na-1 Don stands behind this solemn yr,, m I ise of the Government to pay. This makes a United Star-, Gov-1 crment bond the safest investment I •n the.world. If the bond of the United States Government is not safe, no property in theUmtr-d St i - s '5stffe. If the United Slat THE SPITTING HABIT Ho vou thoughtlessly oi intention® v sp!t upon th- sidewalks and pavements? lfso---stop it! Iii, a filthy and vulgar habit. Why should you mutilate the ap bearance of your town. Besides being a disgusting sight to every passer-by, this is one of the most prolific means of spreading discase germs. No one who has a degree of civic pride, or a light conception of personal liberty” will indulge i i lins dangerous practice. It IR to be hoped that in odin P aces tile public conscience may be aroused tosuch an extent that offenders may be brought to a reaction “f their acts and be restrained from mulier offense in this matter Many cities of Michigan have an anti-spittmg ordinance aud policemen arc authorized to arrest any person who so offend public decency. I he .State Board of Health wishes to co-operate with the people of this !’^"•against this dangerous practice land will supply placards to he placed 'ti public places, depots, street cars and other common carriers. These placards may be ha,I for such pur-Poses, bv addressing the Secrctarv. Lansing, Michigan. START TODAY we r Lh dei tv once. Start; a hank 't Si uup Inaueenrients Account at once, and then take pride in see ing it grow. |jj! rn t^keTo'Zn«l d ;^A e lT S with 3afe banking. take personal int*™ 7• 3a 6 bank 'n and ne» T ” V0U '’ acc ° u " ta ‘ all teously invite your account. We fcij times |g*| The Citizens Bank tea of A. Ringsuiuth & Co., A, KI NO.S.II iru, I’H'ifiiltnt. la VICTOR IK KISTO, OWNERS—J. Bruno, P. Kelly f lr. a rn Wakefield, . . . Michigan. 8 aSBISiAiSiHgtaAt, rcac-jc-, , - sVcti.v'tcitoiiLriltgiiLak s Pf- h“ T.1 rTr 1 " T '“ ' iobacco Cow Tonic _ ( CSHl 'tigni IO !ir.m a Ii,,.. , n . .ha, u w'n K,;.:: I “ I FROM THE SOLDIER BOYS. San Francisco, Cal. June 2, JOI7 Company M„ 12th Infantry Wakefield Advocate;. If have inst been reading the a .-.c fie Id Advocate and thought I "tight to drop a line to the Wak'-j I In i Iii la ii] 8 S IO Pip.* F|y Dopc ayme Cards Mosquito Oil ,g°! ,0,,3 . r Liniments lo ling luckie C Astoria Jewelry tr . . ... p, lo our itain Fens I holograph Supplies chicken Panacea Base Ball Goods Spectacles Cameral Razors Razor Straps Hlm , r docket Kmvci hi,u fc 'I Host Cards " !j Latter Files ' I ypc Writer Supplies (J House! loid Remedies fi, --* ^mettles in Hot Waiter Bags Po Pit ii rn ILSMHHa IMM that it will be able to protect th. '(^yyi^.ib. I 1 L arc especially attractive mv^mcn*, «« •• f" ' , r ' -• v . , ' I Attar «* th"v rot theirs in the riavv Not only have they tm «L-<»iut' ; , , i it I , I and thin'; ii r> a meat thing lo! a safety characteristic of all United i r. . l i u . «i, ' healthy v amg man to no lur States bonds but they arc ta< irct • lee Cream, Ice Cream Sodas and Fountain O ’ r , P Bas 'VII a Jyuniam DiiuLis at In H I • ULOUIMj Michigan tv; In the Go to JOHN MICHAELS! States bonds but they arc ta ; ,, not only from all existing tnxc . hut * rW months at ca.t from any war fax that may br sub •««* ''"ays k«|> pc.f.crh rlran iii ; j v , • n every wax, shaded, clean Liotlnng, quentlv be levied. No State cir > Bori - i -it i and our i r 'Hires especially. vVe county may tax them. ii',- inlier:- i an , , , , . ti Staic> anti have a little drilling and physical cx- , ,i . rrcisc » ver\ da\ except Sunday. Li ef some States may affect them, or, their tram fa atter | section of C uus, clothing mid g^n- rcck. Evenings we have cr ,v v death of the owner by will ut b lieritance, Anotlmr advantag Loan Bond, possess is Government issu< s during this war at a lug tcrest the holdtis of the I iH- ri\ that if the bond; later on in rat eof m-1 ibertv Loan our where we M. eau Bonds will be allowed lo exchange at par their bonds fot bonds beating C. A. to go to mile letters, play pool, read, se'- a picture show or almost any thing a young man enjoys. Sunday evenings we can go to Church there. Sundays we can rest We abo like the food they give is another boy A. RINGSMUm HARDW AI «Jk «M» U«b *’* ♦jh Y • 4k *j% Y DEALER IN TF? JUv with an up-to-date Everything that goes hardware line will be found here up. us. There Irom AV E. DALY Manufacturer of the higher rate of interest. The fot mer American ambassador to Germany says the people of that Wakefield, Joe Josliaway, and one from Ramsay, Harry Bodah, who is *yiatusiattirer ui High Grade Cigars I‘J VjCl maily un. I'i-vk*' country are sticking to the Kaiser, and that if we rid them of imp, ital-ism we will have lei beal them all. UMOH MIDtJ beat HAVAMAS When you call for a Cigar insist on the very Fresh Havana, Bessemer Favorite, Commercial Club or La Lumo All Guaranteed Brands. BESSEMER, HKBamasi] Made at MICHIGAN The army has sent out a call hii several thousand bakers to serve dur-g the term of the wa*. Patriotism on the part of some bakers suggest that th^y stay out of the army. Get voui Sunday chicken diam at the Wakefield Hotel. 50 cents. enjoying army life. Stoves and Ranges Also 5CC The army life is sure great. Enlist you young men and what it is like. Now is vou reliance. ‘‘America First,*' always. Our country though she ba right or wrong our country. If ever vou have an extra paper, there are a few soldier boss would enjoy reading it. I remain yours Respectfully, Edward E. Fritz. \r GREAR} SEPARATORS Gasoline Engines, Guns, Oils, Glass, Etc Ammunition, Cutlery, Paints, Wakefield, Michigan. Telephone «WM8PTC«n Scene from “The Destroyers W- F. BRADLEY, JEWELER. CUatch, Clock and deuielpy Repairing ‘ / Promptly Done- ^ <ijmd I ut X. a tig Drycleaning, Pressing and Repairing. la I to Suits Mad Order I can please you. Ill Si I i 5 *®' liiVw .•» h M/ rn, •>•• ST Mi rn L. SAEKS The Progressive Tailor I I rrv s .0 trull Located In the Rear of „_____ 4 ig MAJESTIC BARBER SHOI». ichigao. Strand Theatre, Thursday, June ll. ' " \ e u\ •■•'U ) rifts lA iv
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