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About The Maupin times. (Maupin, Or.) 1914-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1918)
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money. Yoti came acrocs on t&a run (or & j
Uncle Sam wants you to Ufli kirn soma fnora
money. Yoa came acrocs on t&a ruo (or tSa
First, Second and Third Lftarty Loan. R0 v
SHOOT THE LEVER DTO HIGH for &
FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN AND DOWHdGO3.TH3 HUH.
DONT HOLD OUT ON UNCLE SAIL
HE HELPED YOU GET ALL YOITVB OOTJ
Buy, Buy, Buy. You II be Happier and
Let's plant a SOLAR PLEXUS PUNC
And ELIMINATE the KAISER.
DON'T "PIKE" PLUNGE I
Put your last dollar into the FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN.
IT'S THE BEST BET YOU EVER MADE.DI.YOUR LIFE.
YOU CAN'T LOSe
Tkara'a nothing so mean In all the wortf U A STINGY HAN.
ACERICANS ARE NOT STINGY. ,
TfcM's what m&bn theat United StttaTtli GREATEST
NATION IN THE WORLD.
AMERICANS ARE KNOWN AR0UNt);TC2 GLOBE AS
THE BEST SPENDERS ON EARTH.
SO GO TO IT. LIVE UP TO OUR REPUTATION.
PUT YOUR MIND ON UNCLE SAM'S FOURTH LIBERTY
LOAN, AND LET'S PUT IT OVER WITH A BANG.
A BANG THAT WILL ECHO GROUND THE WORLD.
A BANG THAT WILL BE THE DEATH KNELL OF'
KAISER BILL AND HIS HORDE OF MURDERING HUNS.
NOW, THENt EVERYBODY, ALL TOGETHER
BUY, BUY, BUY.
S Space Subscribed to Winnin,
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I have a rendezvous vim death
I have a rendezvous with'deatfiy
At t ome disputed barricade,
When Spring comes back with r'ucth'oHjsdar
And apple-blossoms fill the; air
I have a rendezvous with dctthi f
When Spring brings bak.Wue dayiccji fcar?
4t may be he shall take my' handfu
A n A mo it-if -v Kn 1 1 J
And rinse mv pvp anA r-,,,rUtLZcS L'JL.U
It may be shall pass him still-!'
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When he died the world lost a tnia poet. His
death brings oy in sharp relief hoiv much one
soldier whewt lost to us-ooe,i4illedroay
mean to tiieiworld.
let us keep our rendezvous at oonievouf rendez
vo'i with life. Let us look into our livesour households,'
P'nd see that they are mobilized for warJti Let aave
our money to save these men who daAr hive rencvous
with degth.ifLet us keep our rendezyoia with litS
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tad hafinesJanhome with victo;
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" With no'thought of burstinj shrapnel and
poianou5 gates into which they plunge with
every muscle tense, with every faculty of mind
alert, with one thought only OTO FIGHT
AND WIN. IS
That is the way our men are going into
battle. When the shrill whistle sounds the
advance, out they go their whole heart in
the task before them. No power on earth
can hold them back
The same sharp challenge toT)attle is sound
ing for us. We must answer in the same proud
way the way of our fighting men the
American way r We must lend the, way they
iWe nuit thow the war-maddened Hun a
united American people moving forward
fhoulder to shoulder, irresistibly, to Victory.
Our task is to supply the money, the ships,
the guns, the shells that we must have to win. It
Us a tremendous task. We must do it as our
fighting men do theirs with the indomitable
cpirit of Victory.'
We muct work, and save,4 and lend with
one thought only-TO FIGHT. AND WIN.
Get into tKe fightwith your whole heart
f Buy Bonds to your utmost!
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