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AUTO CAiTDH NKWH PIOTOftUL
AND VICTORY UHEHTY IOAN
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON APRIL 26, 1919
OUR COUNTY FACES
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persevering . tommy Spring's Here!! oh goodie, good-iei
STILL AFTER CUP ....... . . ... iutdv wirnnn
BUILD A DlKli HOUSE. A luuhiri TftVAiiwi
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Sir Ihomu Upton. thst pcr
Mvcrlni Hrltlhh yachtsman, Is
again at bis old tricks of trying
to lift the cliamplonahlp cup from
America Me haa Juat arrived In
New York to complete arrange
meets for the big International
event nil Sandy Hook this sum
mer Uptons' boat was built da
lore the war ,Tbe yacht here
ihown It the American cup de
fender the Resolute.
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8ay boys, how about a
house or houses for our feathered
friends They are easy to mak-
' Any boy with a work bench can
take this model and build a homo
I which appeals most to the robin
I Clncb bugs by tho million are de
stroyed annually by our bird
friends, to make homes for them
Do not paint the inside or en
trance to a bird house. tPut saw
dust or excelsior on the floor
Nest week, the wrens' home
Daddy Pershing Waits for Him
"Jolnlnr darfdv nvr thr" w. th.
ambition of many American boys In
ar days and even now, but Walton
Pershing, son of General Pershing, la
the only one on record who has realized
auch a wonderful event. Sergeant Joe
Welti, wearer of three decoration
for feats performed during the fight.
ing, was the man selected and commie,
Bloned by General Pershing to come to
America and tako the boy acrosa. Gen
eral Pershing lost all members of hla
lumiiy except mis boy now 10 years old
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Tc give little children like thin
from the aJtlM a vacation In tho
country thla summer, la the mo
tive back of the appeal to l.c made
of the American public by the
Salvation Array in a campaign,
May 19 to 26. Thirteen million
will be asked.
N. Y. TO WHITE HOUSL
IN EIGHTY MINUTES -
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Eighty mlnutea between New
York and Washington by alrplui"
shows in a small way what may be
ttxported In transportation de
velopment of the future. I' u
Lucas (on tho left) i-arr; ti.i;
Colonel M. A. Dargue (on tbs
right), as passenger, made UiU
new record Hying a Delia vi; i .
plane at 178 miles an hou
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The American Field of Honor
It is a patch of soil in France where sleep our dead. It
is Spring now and poppies blood-red cover the fresh
turned earth of the graves.
While the marks of the spade still linger can we forget the
sacrifice those American boys made can we break faith?
We can carry on the work they died for. We can keep
faith with them. We can sacrifice here and there to take,
each of us, our share of the VICTORY LIBERTY
LOAN. Keep faith.
Thl Spur Paid for and Contributed Thru the Patriotic Co-operation of