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The Bemidji daily pioneer. [volume] (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, November 07, 1918, Image 4

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Why YouShouldGiveTwiceas
Much asYou EverGaveBefore!
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ever asked for since the world began. The Govern
ment has fixed this sum at $170,500,000.
By giving to these seven organizationsallatonce,
the cost and effort of sis additional campaigns is
saved.
Unless Americans do give twice as much as ever
before, our soldiers and sailors maynot anjoy daring
1918 their:
3,600 Recreation Buildings
1,000 Miles of Movie Film
100 Leading Stage Stars
2,000 Athletic Directors I
2,500 Libraries supplying 5,000,000 books
85 Hostess Houses'
15,000 Big-brother^secretaries"
X,' MilHona of dollars of home comforts
When yon give double,yon make sure that every
fighter has the cheer and comforts of these seven
organisations every step of the way from home to
the front and back again. Ton provlda Mm with a
church, a theatre, a cheerful home, a store, a school,
a dob and an athletic fieldand a knowledge that
the folks back home are with him, heart and sonlt
Yon have loaned your money to supply their
physical needs.
Now give to maintain the Morale that Is win
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AMERICAN LIBRARY
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SMITH-ROBINSON LUMBER COMPANY
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is a new kind of fighter in this war. He^we^a'uniform but he
doesn't carry a gun. He carries cheer and comfort and a great big heart
Never mind whether his uniform shows the emblem of the Y. M. C. A. or
|he Knights of Columbus, the Jewish Welfare Board or the Salvation
Armyf He doesn't careand neither does your boy,
This new kind of fighter is making anew kind of fight He is
fighting against lonesomeness and heart-ache and monotony and
worry. He is fighting for that quality which wins warsmorale!
Your boy has it This man is fighting to let him keep it
Maybe your boy hasn't had a letter for a long time. Or maybe
there was something that worried him in the letter that he got this
morning.
Or maybe he has had a disappointmenthoped for promotion
and didn't get it Or maybe he'd give a J^fllion dollars just to seer
his folks one minute.
It hurts to lock up things like that, deep down inside your
heart It helps to pour them out
And that is where this man comes in~the Daddy of them all
Theyknowthathewillunderstandthathewon'tlaugh orpreach.
They know that he is there with the right word and the right
pat on the back when it's needed most
You Daddies of America, ydu men who want to go and
can't,n
let's keep this Daddy on the job!
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