To The Farmers of
IWOmOE& BETHEL TWPS
The flood visiting the Miami Valley during the past week, has left thousands of the citizens of Dayton without means of securing food. The Relief Conimitlcc of Tippecanoe City has, since last Friday, March 28th, been sending daily a general assortment of substances for the relief of hunger in that distressed city.
THE TIPP CITY RELIEF CAR WILL LEAVE TIPP CITY DAILY AT 8:40 A. M. and will re¬ ceive at its several stops between Tipp and Day¬ ton any contributions of MEATS, BREAD, EGGS- PASTRY, FRUITS, SALADS AND OTHER EATABLE SUBSTANCES, deliver them prompt¬ ly to the Relief Depots at Da5rton.
It is most practicable for fanners to deliver their contributions of milk direct to the relief stations where hundreds of infants are estab¬ lished and unless given a fresh daily supply of warm mornings milk many of them will perish. We are unable to keep the milk vessels in a SANITAR Y CONDITION day by day as they come into us and think you can ijive the suffering public BETTER SERVICE.
REMEMBER! When you bring it to our car, we can get it prompt¬ ly to the distressed.
'• Tippecanoe City Relief Committee