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"A great net of mercy drawn through an ocean of unspeakable pain" Facts About the American Red Cross Did you know that? It has established and is operating twenty dis- ; pensaries in the American Army Zone in France to j care for the needy families there and to improve i health conditions in that section ready for our troops ? ' It is housing and feeding thousands of children : in the War Zone to keep tkem away from the 1 danger of gas and shell fire? j It has divided the entire War Zone into six main j districts, with Red Cross workers at each point to ; distribute cooking utensils, agricultural implements, ' beds, bedding, food and clothing? ! It provides builders and ready-to-put-up build ings to house the homeless in the devastated regions, I often before the walls of the destroyed homes have cooled? It is bringing over two hundred tons of supplies j every day into Paris, from which one hundred and I twenty-five tons are reshipped to branch warehouses j over France? ( It is providing an artificial limb factory outside of Pans, in addition to special plants for the making of splints ? What will you give to keep this Hand of Mercy ( ....... Eoery cent of every dollar wived for the Red Crosi War Fund goes for War Relief. Tha Ajnartoaa Rod Ooaa la Ua hrmt and moat aAetaat orsmataatlon tor tha rlif of aufforln that tha World hu aver mn. It la mada p ahnoat anttrely of rohintoer workara, tha hJchor axacutivoa bslnj: without axoeptlon man ao ouatomad to largo affalra, who aro In almoat an eaaaa alTtnjr thair aerrioaa without pay. It la aupportad aattraly br tta mamharahtp faaa and T TohiDtary oontrtbuttona. It la today trtnsinf rallaf to auffarfof humanity, oth military and civil, in arory War tora alllad oouatry. It plana tomorrow to halp re tha work of restora tion throughout tha world. It faada aad etothaa anOra popchtttoaa ta ttmw i Croat calamity. It la thara to bah roar aoMBar kar la Mi ttma af With Its thooaaada of worwwa. Ita rtoraa and smooth runnbur K la aarrlna aa Amarloaa adranna halplna to win tha war. Concraaa aothuilm It. Praatdant WUna haada ft. Tha War Dopartmont aadtta tta Tour Army, your Maty and year AtWaa MtleaHy aadorsa tt. Twontjr-twa million Amarioana ha to thaa Jolnad tL This page advertisement was underwritten by the following named business men and firms of Union City as a part of their contribution to the AMERICAN- RED CRO: E. P. Grissom, Grocer. Childs Specialty Houae. R. H. Rust, Authorized Ford Dealer. White Furnituie Co. F. C. Wehman, Hardware. Oliver's Drug Store. Kirby's. Sanil. D. Woosley. Burchard Drug Co. Chas. Dietzel. J. A. Coble, Son & Co. W. G. Clagett Co. Harpole-Walker Furniture Co. Nailling-Keiser Hardware Co. Cherry-Moss Grain Co. Cash Grocery Co. Tisdale-Jackson-Atkins Co. Third National Bank. Union City Ice & Coal Co. Dahnke-Walker Milling Co. Old National Bank. , Farmers Exchange Bank. Dahnke's Cafe. Mrs. F. E. Arnn, Millinery. Morgan-Verhine Co. W. H. Forrester Cafe. Elva Cadwell, Grocer. Reeves Grocery Co. Reynolds Packing Co. Union City Bottling Co. Sarah Flanary, Millinery. -Shatz Bros. Bransford & Andrews. Phil Hyman. , Corum & Jackson. Union City Garage, C. V. Andrews. McAdoo Coal Co.