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bilities more inspiring
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the sky to flame there
world from the rule of
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Knowing all of th<
What have you do:
What is your recol
before our soldiers in ]
Is your soul still ul
Are you still hags
your sacrifice for then
Does distance fron
lime tragedy and the s
Are you among th
luxuries in the great c
Those who have ei
other war charities?
Those who have e:
fair share of their sav
How much "blood'
What hardships he
breastworks and stimt
Have you answer<
Or have you donei
help by self denial?
A grand opportun
A chance is here t<
creasing sacrifices "o'
for the F(
Let the share you
growing intensity of y
RE DYING FOR PRINT
American people that their soldiers a
th. They can be reproached only with
> hold them back."-MARSHAL FOCI
ously for others !
his "martyr spirit" compare with you
nto the jaws of death-too fast!
-e you rushing ahead to support them?
o heroic, they must be held back !
are you ? Must you be held back?
ve, honor and revere them!
a you demonstrating this devotion?
boys blown to atoms, buried alive, ci
with liquid fire and poison gas. flesh t
shell shock physical torture in every f
recover and those who fight uninjure
k, so brave and so ardent are they
nay be free and safe for you and me a
)ssibly happen in all the limitless realh
to patriotic effort than this superb E
se American boys our country is writi:
for all time. The chief honor and glc
the sword will be acclaimed for Amer
er, scientific Barbarism would have tri
se things, what have you done?
ne to help in this mighty crisis?
'd of self-denial to help win the war?
rance without blushing?
ling and dickering with yourself as t
1 the battle front still obscure your v
upreme sacrifice going on?
:se who have suffered the agony of "s
dured the "pain" of contributing to t
perienced the "anguish" of loaning t
ngs, at a profit to help win the war?
'have you lost in combating war apal
ve you endured in bringing dormant p
lating them to do their share?
~d the call reluctantly, and with a des
hese things with joy and gratitude f
ty is at hand to take a newv measure of
increase your war-sacrifices to keel)
er there" as recorded. by the consta
idon County's all<
mrth Liberty Loan
take in the Fourth Liberty Loan tell
our loyalty and "will to serve."
ace Contributed to Winning the
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sk nothing better
rushing ahead too
-ushed and bleed
orn, lungs seared,
d amidst this car
to share in the
i of human possi
xhibition of self
ag its name upon
ry of saving the
ca down the ages.
Could you read it
o the measure of
ision of the sub
acrificing" a few
[e Red Cross and
he Government a
by in your com
atriots within the
ire to escape it?
or the chance to
the depth of your
pace with the in~.
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