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The West Virginian. [volume] (Fairmont, W. Va.) 1914-1974, October 15, 1918, Image 6

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before for anything but votes?
aken some of us quite too long a time to realize th
moving faster "over there." Cantigny Chateai
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that are hard to pronounce?
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ance if they're just names. Names? They are syi
ever-growing, decent might of our young and eag<
vhose tramping feet are moving irresistibly with tl
nee and Britain and Italy and Belgium and Russia
Victory and Right and Peace!
are moving faster over there. Look at the ma]
ws! You've put our boys over there. Y ou must ice<
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at awake?and she must keep awake.
a man earned or what he owned
nobody's business. But no more. I
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re cent of good citizenship at home, or
port at sea, or plugging doggedly i
rope with a two-hand grip on seve:
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of patriotic citizenship. If you st
make it at least $1,000, you will no
or Uncle Sam. If you say "I'll subs
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Uncle Sam a full hundred per
living in a life belt on a transthead
on the long trail in Eun
pounds of iron argu ment.
Liberty Loan when you could
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;op at $500 when you should
t be playing fair with yourself
crbe $5,000" when you should,
?rorth up to $10,000, youU not
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