The Herald. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 27, 1921 Page: 4 of 8
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I ti L
H k R A L O
' A NATION SAVED
BY AMERICA," SAYS
CLEVELAND H, DODGE jggfuj
New York B.«. -.«> V;-' D«- ''ti
scribes Vast A"mer,,an Work
of Near East Re ief.
I,: . hi.
At !. r
•he *►'.* -
CLEVELAND H. DODGI.
b T In or; MJI K" i'.'l ► "■*' !' un-
der our Cme 110,000 horneleas, father-
Ic- or rno'herleiiis children who are
at wlutely dependent upon u . 1 his Id
exclusive of f>3 1 o*j i'als with fl..Vi2
In*'!*, 12% cllnlca, r<--'-ue home* for
Klrl* arid unnumbered thousand* of
r*fufcM-x who are belnk helpH through
our In'J s'rla, reil<-f arid In other ways.
"The Near K««t Relief lias during
the >a*t .'our or five years cnrnmlHSion-
ed arid «enf to the Ne.,r Kuat mote
than 1,000 American relief worker*, of
whom fiflK) are still In the Hold, all of
tliMn worklag at great financial sa'-rl-
fi'-e the a'andard of salary heing $'0
I er month and maintenance—arid
irinny of them faring treat personal
danger and hardship Iri the perforta-
ance if their life saving aervlce. A
x'ure of them have died from typhus
or other dlaeuaea more or less related
to their faithfulness In the perform-
ance of relief aervlce.
"Nor Is that all. We have raised
and disbursed during war times und
In a win-torn area, In large measure
under enemy control, more than $41,-
000 000 in rash, aud, Including (lour,
Red Cross and other HUppllea adiniu-
latered by our agents, a total of cash
and supplies In eiceaa of $50,000,000.
The official report* show that on .lune
30, 1U20, we had In orphanage* M.OOU
children, and that vse ure partially
supporting out*lde of the orphanages
."ilj.OfiS children, making u totuI of 110,-
000 boy* and girls now under the care
of the Near Kant Relief."
Mr. I>odge ■ nnslden the work of the
Near lisst Relief one of the most
stupendous underlaMngi of disinter-
ested philanthropy th* world has ever
"It. countries whose population to-
tal* mora than 80,000,000 souls, Aiuerl-
cun Idcullsin exemplified by th* work
of the Near Kasl Relief conatttutcs
today a torcli of enlightenment and n
Influence for pes ie threughout the
whole Near 'iast," lie maintains. "Our
A.uerlcnn Ideul of liberty, Industry aud
helpfulness bus brought us as a people
hupplne.H*, prosperity and fulfillment.
Out df the fullness of this heritage
we are furnishing a faithful and ua-
dutinted ('hrlatl: u people llio brotherly
aid which will enable them to reach
tie same fulfillment that God hu*
"II Ik an nellievement of which every
American may well be proud."
A Ring at lOLR Door.
I r b-
A VE , i', HORRORS
Weed In 'Boh*' ACSln.
The root of all dissatisfaction and
discontent with self, and with one's
Mirroundlngs, und with one's projects,
can never be reached until we gn down
lo the will of (!od in our soul s birth
and aoul's mission, and make the dix
covcry of flint will for us, and the
doing II our chief ulin and hope. No
change In IIIY's circumstances, no
larger work, no hii|iplir outlook will
lie enough. We our-elves need t<i lie
liorn again; It Is not our out ward llf"
that nci'dx to he refashioned. New-
they are covered Willi blankets. There
I '' ' a ,i- everywhere and the smell Is
'■ :n le. I'm glad we d.dn't stay long,
I i o jldn t aland It, und you know
I ' -'ale! .! ■ ; thing there ars
j I 11... I can. I am sorry for these
but we can't help any. Tliejr
■ 'i t Wi t non'• v though they won.d
II their lives for -lime clothes aud
I "I They don't b!op praising the
i'n 1 i/onde was another Arrae-
n .iri lo t,!:t It Was completely
• a -1 .,i,i l,y the Turks, who are now
n Mo! of It. 'li.e Turks ma sacred
the Armenians over (ifti-eri years
0 a e and k , i all under that age
to I ring them up as Turks. The city
! as if It was shot to pieces,
no Is the same as Trebl-
e. 11 you can see what kind
of cintry we are travelling through.
1 ire ^l.i'l ll,.it \\e are leaving
I ■ i• I Armenia because I am sick
of hat 1 have -e I think that these
■oiiri-'s who are trying to see ravished
; Armenia will be nrrj they ever came
over. The e relief workers are nearly
I ! f: ' II WO"!: The* are the people
I who ■ an 'eli the I' S something about
) The Ne.'ii* liast Relief, 1 Madison
\ve, New York, Is now appealing for
i'n id* to continue the work so grapbl-
d< I b. he young American
■h + +
iirastic changes in the naturallza-
| lion law, e pecially as applying to
| women, are provided In a bill reported
favorably by the house Immigration
commit tee. The measure will take
the place of two natrrali/.ation billa
now on the house cal sida.1. *
•I- + *
That two congressmen, several gov-
ernment officials and many prominent,
men are hackers of a hugo bootleg-
ging ring engaged in a million dollar
business was alleged iu confessions of
several men under arrest in Chicago
Sever I hundred refugees have b< n
converted to boishevism by soviet
propagandists at Constantlnop i. T'io
Communist committee recently re-
ceived uhstuntial funds from the Re.
shevisl n presenlalive at Hatn.n to
help these convert^
As!^ /American Aid
,'j-r - r V: II
f i L .Jan an
fe -A'.!' °f
f J - Armeiilati
PfTBi1 !>: '":H
V-f ^ f V ■ ar. urgent
'Hi *d IXJ to
V rty, Cm-
< Mad « jf> Ave,
^ New Torlt City,
reojeatir.g 1 ca-
rl O-.j-i a- a-
i K* to prevent
" k .jf ,.e Ar::,i' ir
- '«r >'e r ■ <*;! I.arve*: '~an t>e
. • e->-d. l"es:d«at unandiaLiaD'a
"' ■ '■ t to hall. r*!n atd field
■* ;l« Linn) in Armenia fell
■_ < s;ai.di:.g cropa
;**r*d *e.i. but o i.g to poor
*rrl, ret^.-Li *r:t r.o: a> good a*
i ei^«.j.«-d lUr luuin returns
•-K .' O !C&«. on j i .*• rt.t for eight
_ for ol« r.d a - f million
^-op.e. food cri .« cr.tlt*l and in-
:er t.'ed by tt* Tur Invasion
of Arn-esia. It U esf'muted that
vXi peacef-1 inhabltarits of
.Sarlkacjlah fcLd Kara region have
t*-e& forced to rene* the life of
-ef'jgeea end !ee towarda the lu-
■zr.or of Arsenia. There are also
ii-ge acxt^ra fl«-e.Lg from Bolshe-
viii in Azerba.jaii ar.d Southern
R^Mia. ttd cot; to Armenia
Farn:era, fearing famirie, ere uri
w:...r.g to ee:! crops, thu« <-a-. ing
cities foodies* In addition to
'he Armenian crop«, ten thousand
:or.j have been purchased from
"In order to save Armeala it is
necessary to ne^re fiour from
America, 50,000 tons, maximum re
■julrenjent. In the .an.e of the Ar-
menian Coremment and the Arme-
nian People, I beg that you use
your wide lnflv;erne In order that
the N«-ar Ka * Relief may se< jre
arid ship the flojr needed. I am
<ure that In this serious < risis tl;e
Near Kust Iteiief will not fail to
eon'inue Its aid to Armenia In her
struggle for existence.
• I're- d'*nt of Armenia."
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Who Asks The Most People to Buy
Sells to the Most People.
WHO ASKS THE MOST PEOPLE TO
BUY, SELLS TO THE MOST PEOPLE
The merchant who asks only those who come
to his store is robbing- himself.
I hrough his local paper he can easily ask every
body who lives in his community to buy, and if he
does it consistently the majority will respond.
Advertising is nothing- more nor less than ask-
ing folks to come to your store and buy, telling
them about the goods you handle.
II you invite them cordially enough and often
enough and make them realize the merit of your
stock and prices then they will cheerfully respond
to the invitation.
Dont fool yourself by thinking you can accoin
plish much by putting an advertisement in one
issue and then dropping out for three or four.
I hat s not REAL advertising.
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Hubbard, John H. The Herald. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 27, 1921, newspaper, January 27, 1921; Haileyville, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc146630/m1/4/: accessed November 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.