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The Ontario Argus., January 29, 1920, SPECIAL EDITION COMMUNITY BUILDERS' SERIES NO. 1, Page 4, Image 4
The Ontario Argus. (Ontario, Or.) 1???-1947
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TIIE ONTARIO AHCIUS, ONTARIO, OKEOON, THURSDAY. JANUARY 29, 1920.
I Quality Clothes of the Better Sort A You'll find Unit kind of clothes here because that's the only kind good dressers will have. They know Hint clothes of inferior quality inndu by unknown makers nro expensive at any price. But you do get full value for your money when you buy Hart, Schaf f ner & Marx for men and young men There is style in every senin nnd in every curve of these i'ninous clothes. And the stylu is worked into theni. Jt will stay thuru as long as the clothes last. They arc uxpurtly tailored by makers who un.joy an enviable reputation for Style and quality- TOGGERY BILL HOME OF HART SOHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES This Hank is a public institution run Tor the private jyood of its patrons and friends. ' In our public capacity we work for the pood of the community at large. Privately, a much closer relationship exists between ourselves and our customers. If you want a Hank Service that seems built specially for you, we invite your account. SQUAREDEALFORALL IS LEGION'S DESIRE IIiin No Conflict With 1'ntrlotlc Man. Iiors of Orgnulcil Ijiilmr loy- nlly of Mi'tnlxM-H Ali-cmly l'rou'ii. mmmsmmmmamamimammmmmammmmammmmmmmmimmm-nvuicxyazt:) This Hank is a public institution run 'for the M m private jyood of its patrons and friends. J Portlnnd, OrcBon, January 27. Fronklln D'Ollor, national com inaiulor of tlTb Amorlcmi Legion, from national hoAdnunrlcra nt In dianapolis, lms Issued tho following statement regarding tho nttltmlo of tho American Legion toward organ ized labor. "Tho nttltmlo of tho American Lo- glon toward organized lahor Is exact ly tho namo as Its nttltmlo toward all groups of Amorlcnn citizens who aro Interested In n square deal for nil In tho malntonanco of taw nnd ordor nnd tho protection of tho Institu tions handed down to us by our foro fnthers. "Tho prcnmblo of our constitution oxprcssos vory clearly tho purposes of tho American Legion. "Tim purposo of tho American Le gion Is two fond sorvlco to our com rades and sorvlco to our country. "Under tho head of 'sorvlco to our comrades' wo will oxort nil of our In fluonco nn nil of' our strength to tho nnd that tho uxsorvlco mnn, ospc daily tho dlsnhlcd man nnd his do pendents and iho dependents of thosa who paid tho supremo sacrlflco, shall rccolvo Hint Just nnd fair trcatmont which thoy havo reiiBon to expect from n patriotic nnd liberal country, "In sorvlug our country wo shall omUnvor to kcop nllva that spirit of sorvlco which Induced us nil to re spond to our country's call In tho tlnio of hor need oven to tho extent of lining willing to pay tho supremo sacrifice. And thin wo proposo doing by assisting In tho ninlntonnnco of a hundred per rout Americanism based on fair play and n siilinro dnal for nit. "Tho mombors of organized labor nro patriotic American citizens nnd tho mnmbors of tho Amorlcnn Legion nro patriotic American citizens who hnvo proven tholr patriotism and tholr loyalty. Consequently, on tho purposes of tho American Loglnn both they and wo nro In accord. Many of our most loynt mnmbors nro members of orgnnlzod labor, nnd It Is our bopo that wo may bo nblo to convlnco every ox-sorvlca man who Is n member of organized labor that our purposes aro tho snmo an loyal citizens nnd that nvory ox-sorvlco mnn In organized labor will Join the American Legion. All ox-sorvlco men who nro mombors of organized labor hnvo proven tholr loyalty nnd tholr patriotism to tho country nnd now appreciate tholr responsibilities as cltlzons, and wo thoroforu bopo It will not bo long boforo thoy nil nro nctivo meinbors of tho Amorlcnn Uoglon." Turner Music Store THANK YOU, JOItDAN; WH frAH'UKCIATi; Till: SENTIMENT JORDAN' VALLRY, Or., Jan. 21 0. K. Aiken, Rdltor On- tnrlo Argus, Onotrlo, Or. Doar Sir: At n meeting of tho Jor- ilnn Valley Commorclal club Inst night, n resolution was ndopted, oxprosslng tho nppro- elation of this club of tho good work which you hnvo dono In boosting for tho Hymn-Jordan and Monormltt rond, nnd ton- dorlng you tho thanks of this club nnil tho resldonts of Jor- dan vnlloy for that vnlunblo assistance, which with tho pass- ngo of tho Qallnghor bill prom- Isos to assist materially In tho dovolopmout of this part of Mainour county. Vory truly yours, J. K. McDONN'ELL. CHAItLES E. HACKNEY, Committee. WANTED 'Ono dozen lions. Phono 77. Miss Lavlno Smith. 209 8tf FOR SALE Two lnrgo choirs and library tablo, almost now; cheap. Phono C9-M. 213 8 tf WANTED TO BUY Ono good work horso. Would consldor team If n bargain. Thomas W. Clagott. Ontario. 212 tf WHITE COLLIE MALE PUPS for walo. Slro can bo seen nt Poultry Show. 210 8 tf II. L. Propst loft for a weok's visit to Portland nnd Spokane. FOH SALE Knitting irtnchlno. In- qulro Mrs. Kndow, first house west of Nazarlne church. 203-7-tf FURNISHED nOOMS for ront.phono Edison and Columbia Graphophones Edison and Columbia Records All the late ones, each month Full line of sheet music Complete lint of musical merchandise Come in and yet acquainted., Let us play y cur favorite selec tions for you. W. L TURNER, Prop. Xdateh Repairing Mail lis your broken watches. We do the rest all work guar We. have the largest and most complete line of jewelry in the county and will gladly send mem orandum packages to reliable parties." f fftlaekabif fcwelri( 6Un t'l r r 74-M 208 8 tf