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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1918)
Devoted to the Interests of Southern Wasco County
,VOL 4, NO, 49
MAUP1N SOUTHERN WASCO COUNTY, OREGONFRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1918
THE YEAR $1.50
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Back of the German wall that
has hemmed in Belgium and a
part of Northern France ten mil
lion are facing shame, suffering,
disease and some of tbem death
from lack of clothing this winter.
1 hey must be helped.
We who are well clothed, can
hardly appreciate in what dire
need these people are for lack of
necessities. Stocks, of clothing and
raw material are lung since ex
The world is now short of both
clothing and raw material, so the
Commission can no longer purch
ase what it needed.
But you can give it.
Every kind of garment, for all
ages and both sexes, is urgently
needed, iu addition, piece-goods,
warm canton flannel and .- other
kinds of cloth from which gar
ments for babies, ticking, sheeting
and blankets, woolen goods of any
any kind and shoes of every kimj
and sizes are asked for, Scrap
leather is needed for repairing
The week: of September 23 to 30
has been swt aside for a special
campaign for this purpose. Tho
allotment fo,r the Maupin Blanch
Is 300 pouuds.
Bring your garments to the Red
Cross Rooms where they, will he
packed and shipped not later than
A. L. Anderson,
Chairman Maupin Branch A.E.C.
Train3 were delayed for a day
&lid ea Friday
night caused by the heavy raii'F.
and a jialf lar.t week
of the washouts and
It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory
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R. C. Jory H. B. Jory
In addition to carrying a complete line
of staple and fancy groceries we can supply r
vour wants in the following:
ECONOMY FRUIT JARS & FIXTURES
MASON JAR TOPS & RUBBERS
HORSESHOE NAILS ' SHOE NAILS :-
HUNGARIAN NAILS TACKS
WIRE CLOTHES LINES .- CAN f)PRMRl?t :
TIN & GRANITE WARE LANTERNS & fiLORKS
CASTOR MACHINE OIL
CUP GREASE .
BULK COAL OIL
ALSO NATIONS & STATIONERY . - v
Full line of Pendleton , Blankets, Robes, ShawU, '.
Mackinaws, Knitting Yarns
Remember us when you are in need
"It Pays to Pay Cash at Jory's"
E. J. FISCHER, Prop.
Complete line of Tubes and Casings.
, ' General repairing on all makes of cars
AH work guaranteed and prices reasonable
. We are at your service
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Now is the Time
to get your
Berries and Fruit for Canning
I handle all Kinds
The very best that money will buy
Phone in your orders or call at
,Hfe(f 'Casta Store
Some information which may be
of intciest to the author of a letter
from France' regarding the wori
of tjae Red Crosp.
What Has 'Your Ked Cross Mon
ey Done? "'.
In the first place, il has enabled
the American people, throimh the
Red Cross, to help care for its
army and rjavy.
Secondly, it has ennhled Amer.
ica to hearten her Allies' lighting
forces and to keep up among the
civilian populations, the spirit to
win the war. That, alone has
wade the American Red C'rons one
of the largest factors since our
f 1 1 1 r v into the war.
Canteens which provided food
and h'-t drinks more than a mil
lion weals to eoldies in December;
warslioufes, crammed wilh mater
ials, situated all along the Freueii
line, all along the Italian lines, al
seaports and at places where our
soldiers are going to tight; institu
tions for the care of consumptvjves,
institutions for ths re-education of
maimed mentheue are' a fej of
the conorete acoouipluJitiiontsi
At homos, millions of woolen
sweaters, mufflleif, Hocks and oth
er comforts for the men in camps:
the work -of sanitation around
cantonments and the help and
advise given dependents of soldiers
and sailors these ate things
which will "make you, your chil
dren and your 'children's children,
in whatever part of tha world they
may be, proud, of being Ainerioans
Because the American Red Grss
has as its head Tresident Wilson
and the American people,
' What doe3 it mean to you to
know that your American; Bed
Cross: ' ; V
Is supporting 50,00J Fr6noh
Sends supplies to 3.423 French
Provides 2,000 French hospitals
with surgical dressings,
la operating thirty canteens' ,at
the front Hue, ,",,
Is operating six other cante'e ns
at French railway, junctions, serv
ing 30,000 French soldiers a fay
absolutely free, -' '' . . .
Tperates a movable hospital in
four units, accommodating l;0t)0
men, : ,
Is operating 'a children's refiige
in one part of the- war zone, .and
in another, a-inedieal center, fjnd
tiaveling dispensary, both capajije
of accommodating more than 2000
Has a . long chain, of wrrehouses
stocked wilh hospital supplies,
food, soldiers' comforts, tobacco,
blankets, etc., all the way from
seaboard to the Swiss frontier, :'
lias a warehouse capacity for
100,000 tons, .
Has -100 motor cars and oper
ates seven garages, making all is
; Has shipped 46 carloads of as
sorted supplies to ' Italy from
France within two weeks after il
began operating in the former
Had a battery of motor ambu
lances at tne Piave front four days
after the United State declared
war on Austria,' ,
' And that 120,000 cavs of 'stip
plies have been received at 'the
Pans headquarters of the Ameri
can Red Cross from your various
chapters scattered throughout the
United States. ;
What does all this mean to you?
And that i3 only a fraction of the
work that has been done by the
Red Cross. It means that with-,
out this ceaseless, heroic woik of
the Red Crosa we could never win
Without the Red Cross quick,
vital help, to keep Italy in the
fight for Liberty would not have
Without your Red Cross thou
sands of French soldiers new
gallantly fighting for you at the
front would have died of wounds',
exposier and lack of foonv '
And great and wonderful ns has
been the work of the .Auir'riaari
Red Cross in the past, still greater
and more wonderful must it.be.iii
the future for now YoiUft hoy is
in the fight ' '
Your Red Cross cannot neglect
France, England, Italy, Serbia,
Romank and little Belgium, It
must give all constantly increas
ing help, for.- the men of those,
countries have been fighting bur
But now we must all redouble
our efforts and nacrifice for 'oW
Red Cross, Y. M. C. A.,.Y. W. .A.
and all 'of the societies whose
purpose is to help win this great
struggle becauge a: milli$nriiotfi
er's sons are going to earry the
stars and stripes to the- greatest
victory God has eyer given to men
On the inside pages of this pa
per this week read the Liberty
Loan articles. For the next live
implies two pages ot the paper'will
be devoted to similar articles,
space for which will he paid for
by the following business houses
of Maupin: -. . .
' W. H. Staats & Co. . '
Turn ALum Lumber Co.
Hunts Ferry Warehouse Co.
Maupin Drug Store
J. F. Hood, W. IL Durham and
Harphauis' were absent attending
the Fair when the business houses
.The Maupin State Bank is furn
ishing the sterreotype plates.
lighting for honor and liberty.
Farmers get ready to sow wheat.
Formaldehyde and Blue Stone for
sale at the Maupin Drug Store.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Troutman Wednesday a son".
E, J. Fischer and J. F. Hood
wene to Clackamas Lake Thursday
to fix John Conroy's car.
Frank Turner and family have
moved into tho Cunningham
Mrs. Slyer returned home from
flillsboto Sunday night.
The fall shipment of Red Cross
sweaters was sent lrom here Tues
day. Marion Farlow was here from
Friday to Tuesday waiting for a
car to ship his hogq,
G. W. Rargenholt was over
fiom Smock Monday.
Ben Fraley made a trip to The
Dalles Saturday to have his leg
, Willie Troulmau went to Port
Mrs. Ceeil Maylleld and Miss
Lou Jones were, over from Smock
Jas. Abbott made a trip to Port
land Monday after their car.
HQW WE'RE GOING TO
Help Uncle Sam Put More Money
(Explaining the use of the "Trade Acceptance" in plain terms)
In order to 'put nions money into circulation throughout the country Uncle Sam has created the
FEDERAC KESEXBAtsjSS- " ' :
Here's How. it is done-;. ,
Suppose JohngDoe has purchased merchandise to the extent of $40 from Richaad Roe & Co.
and desires credit on same longer for 60 days.
The Banks have furnised a "Trade Acceptance" which looks like this.
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RICHARD ROE & COMPANY
(Name of Town) Sept. 1, 1918
Nov. 1, 1913
Pay to the order of ourselves
v ' COLLARS 140.00
' This interest at 8 per cent after date. The obligation of the acceptor
,of this bill arises out of the purchase of goods from the Drawer.
'VALUli RECEIVED AND CHARGE TO ACCOUNT OF
TO John Don
(Name of town)
RICHARD ROE & CO.
Mr. Roe then takes this "Trade Acceptance to his local bank who send it in to the Federal
Reserve Bank nearest -an .this roney is then credited back'tothe local Bank for FURTHKR CIR
CULATION IN MAUPIN,. . ( , , ,,, ' . . . ' . .'
The Trade Acceptance hab.e?n recommended by I'ncle Sam in these War' Times- We feel
that it is a patriotic duty to use.-thi8.fotm of extension of credit at ibis. time and thus Help Uncle
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SamP ut More Money: Into, iMaupin. . .-'.-..'. -
For further information consult your banker or we will be glad tO explaiil.
TUM-A-LUM LUMBER CO.
SOM'Z: OF THE .THINGS THAI WL CAN DO FOR VOl
' ..DO YOUR NOTARY WORK,
' SLLL' y OUR FARM FUU iuu, '
; RUNT YOU A SAFETY DEPOSIT l!OX,
BUY YOUR WHEAT, BARLEY AND OATS.
TAKE CARE OF YOUR BANKING PUSINFFS.
. Dp .YOUR NIIED. STATES COMMISSIONER WORK. ;
' ' '. GIVE 4 Ul- A TRIAL. WE CAN AND WILE MAKE UUUu
maup:m state bank