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The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, August 18, 1918, Image 6

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Next Sunday,
Next Sunday is Salvage Sunday in Washington.
The average household has scores of articles lying
around uselessly. The Red Cross wants these old, good
for-nothing things to place on sale in their warehouse. The
Red Cross wants you to spend a week in gathering these
things together so that next Monday, August 26, you will
have them ready to -be deposited in The Herald's trucks
which will be used for the purpose of taking your salvage
direct from your home to the Red Cross warehouse at
Delaware avenue .and C street northeast.
The salvage idea originated out in California about fif
teen months ago when Mrs. Otheman Stevens conceived the
idea of saving tin foil. From this very small beginning the
salvage work has grown to represent one of the most substan
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Gather Up Your Salvage This Week; Have It Bundled and Ready
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Monday, August 26, Phone The Washington Herald, Main 3309
and a Truck Will Call at Your Home and Deliver Your Donation
to the Red Cross Warehouse
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"VOLTVE got a whole week to rummage about the house, from cellar to garret, and gather up your use
* less articles. Next Sunday is Salvage Sunday, and we want every household to have its bundle of
salvage ready so that on Monday all you need do is phone Main 33T0 and The Herald's trucks will attend
to the rest. This is a very small thing that the Red Cross asks of you, in fact, it is the smallest they have
ever asked, because what you give now is of absolutely no value whatever to you and with the assistance
and convenience of The Herald's truck co-operation you need only spend a few minutes each day in get
ting together your salvage.
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\ This is the Smallest
?Donation the
RED CROSS
Has Asked?
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"He Profits Mosl
The Following Washington Rotarians Are Responsibl
FEDERAL NATIONAL BANK.
John Poole, President.
FRANK R. JELLEFF, Inc..
1216 F Street N. W.
GUDE BROS., "Say It with Flower? "
1214 F Street N. W.
M. G. COPELAND CO.,
Arthur Copeland, Pr?s., .409 nth St. N. \\
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JAMES SHARP,
?T0 Colorado Building.
EDMONDS, Optician, ' .
809 ??th Street N. W.
WEAVER .BROS.? Real Estate,
735 15ttf. Street N. W.
G. G. CORNWALL & SON, Inc.,
1415 H Street N. W.
"The Insurers," 519 Southern Bldg.
Phone Main 6442.
W.W.GRIFFITH, ff?!?
1245 ist St. N.l

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