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1919 Maid Reflects Prosperity
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The pessimist who can see only disaster and hard times la the
flairs of the day, need only to glance at the chic and smartly dressed
1113 maid and make a few mental calculations to get full reflection ot
the national prosperity.
Farmer Votes in Congress ,
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Three ronferessmen elected by
North Dakota farmers of the
Nonpartisan League will be In
he House ot Representatives of
the sixty-sixth congress whan It
convenes shortly. They are George
M. Young, James H. Sinclair and
J. M. Daer.
The largest subscriber to the Vic- city in imitation of methods used by
lory Loan in each town in Oregon wilt American fighters In disseminating in
twelve a German helmet as a special formation to the soldiers in the enemy
tvtrd. During the flight of the air- trenches. Fifty of the bombs con-
aii"- at Portland on Monday, liter- talned letters that entitled the finders
litre bom tin were dropped over the to helmets. The helmets are from
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backbone, brains and honor to
The Vi&ory Liberty Loan
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MARTINS LOOK FOR
THEIR SUMMER HOME
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'Bay Mr. Handy Doy was It
the model of the martins' homo
you were waiting to see beforo
starting that Job of bird hoiiK
building. This Is It, so got busy
today. It's houso hunting time Irt
blrdland now. There It ona fi
turo whioh Is Important to this
structure? Thut is the li ndlng
perch In front of the dooi. You
know birds I'ke to rest a rr mont
ntter a long flight before jiitor
iug their hour .
the supply Germany Intemieil Hun
troops to wear upqn marching Into
I'arln Americans at Chateau Thier
ry Htopped the advance and captured
Manufacture of liberty Loan ni."l
als for workers made from German
cannon has ruiulred more time than
was expected. If the medals do not
arrive in time for Immediate distribu
tion, certificates will be Issued that
will be Interchangeable for the medals.
When our boys now fighting In
Archangel get home they will proba
bly have permatently lost their taste
for ire cream. Their girls had bet-
, ter begin at once to cultivate a fond
ness tor hot chocolate.
that make a home look comfortable and inviting are
the kind of furnishings we carry in stock.
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is where you should spend most of your
life therefore it should be furnished accordingly.
If your habits cany you away from your home
for comfort and happiness, there is SOMETHING
And the SOMETHING is the lack
of good home furnishings or the
lack of SOMEONE to keep up a
well furnished home.
Acquire them both they are necessary.
Burns Furniture Company
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a Quitter ?
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The world has no use for the quitter. In the prize ring, on the
battlefield, and in die whole field of human endeavor, there is nothing
but contempt for the man who fails to see his effort through.
America's reputation for gameness is at stake in the Fifth Liberty
Loan. All the fruits of vi&ory will be lost if we fail to finish.
It is for every money-earning individual to do his or her part for the
nation's good name. Let the world say: "America saw it through
those Yankees never quit!"
DONT BE A QUITTER !
PUT YOUR DOLLARS BEHIND
THE VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN
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