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TM AFRAID THAT'S ALL I CAN SPARE"
You're a regular, red-blooded, true-blue,
Akmerican. You love your country. You love that
iapping, snapping old flag. Your heart thumps
iard when th' troops tramp by. You're loyal
100 per cent.
You intend to-you want to-help win the
war-in a hurry.
"Sacrifice? Sure," you've been thinking.
"Just you wait till they really need it." And
ou've honestly thought you meant that too.
But-look yourself in the eye, now, and
Sea,rch up and down inside of your heart-did vou
mean it? Did you really mean "sacrifice?"
Listen: You feel poor. This third Liberty
Loan, the high prices, the .income Tax-you-ve
done your bit. You feel that you've given all vou
What? Then what did you mean? What's
hat you said about loving your country? What
lid you think the word "sacrifice" means?
Surely you didn't mean, did you, to give only
vhat you can spare?
What about our boys who are giving their
ives in the trenches? Are they giving only what
hey can "spare?"
How about those mothers and little "kiddies
I he shell-wrecked towns of that war-swept hell
-hungry-ragged-sobbing-alone? Giving up
heir homes, their husbands, their fathers.
While we-over here with our fun and our
:omforts-we hold up our heads and, feel patriotic!'
)ecause we have given-WHAT? Some loose
)ills off the top of our roll. "We've given all we
Come, come! Let's quit fooling ourselvs.
,et us learn what "sacrifice" means. Let us give4
qore than we can spare-let us "give till the heart
A CALL FROM NO MANS LAND
Out of the bleeding heart of Europe there
omes a cry heard above the moan of the broken
ody racked with pain. The Soul of Freedom, at 4
ay with Death, cries out to save Liberty for the,4
ace of men. 4
It is your Liberty, your nation's freedom, your
hidren's birthright, that is fighting for its life.4
Al that life holds for you as an American is at
take in this war, and you must fight for it to the'
tmost limits of your power. 4
We cannot all be in the- trenches, but everyj
ne of us can-and must-sustain those who are. 4
Not as an act of mercy, but as an act of war
s a Soldier of the Nation-help the Red Cross N
eal, support, cheereour soldiers and sailors of Lib- K
rty that^they may fight the sooner, the harder, ..
ae longer in this Holy War.
Give to the Red Cross every dollar, every cent
-at you possibly can-give till your heart says
ACROSS THE SEAS THEY CALL
Across the seas from every war-torn nation
i the Allied cause there comes the call for Red
It comes from soldiers who have grimly faced
e gleaming bayonet steel and poison gas and
reaming shells, and who now lie with parching
1roats and throbbing wounds.
It comes from soldiers sick with fever, ipneu
It comes from soldiers crippled, mutila'ted,
[inded, who can no longer fight and must b;e
ught and trained for useful occupations.
It comes from the underfed, shivering, help
ss prisoners in the German prison camps.
It comes from little children, orphaned, home
ss, slowly starving day by day, by tens and tens
It comes from mothers in the pillaged zones
war whose hearts and souls have been made
nb with horror.
From all these millions of suffering human'
sings there comes across the seas the call for S
alp-help that because of the frightful burdens
aced upon our Allies cannot be given unless it be 'P
-ovided by the American Red Cross...
Another hundred million is needed to "carry
V:ba will Anaaria's answer be? -.
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Do You Expect to Make a Good Crop This Year?
Ars, you investing your time. money and labor in that
SUPPOSE IT IS DESTROYED IN JUNE?
Can You Afford to Stand the Loss?
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