Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, September 27, 1918, Image 20

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The mosfc valuable thing about loyalty is that it cannot be bought—it
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Fair wages, dealings and just conditions are the soil- from which the
growth of springs—for loyalty is a living thing and exists in the brains of
men and women, directing their deeds and actions.
The demand for loyalty today is so patriotic and so vital that it takes in every
person under our starry flag and is just as much a demand upon the man who sits in
the chair of management and directs, as on those who lend their brains and hands to
the actual doing of the task— for we are fellow-workers all.
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The Call of the Hour Is to Serve and Save
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SERVE that our arms may triumph and the world be made free for liberty and
labor. Stay with your job and do the best that is in you.
SAVE that our individual future may be assured. No man ever saved a dollar
without sacrifice. In these times when we are learning the meaning of the word
sacrifice give heed to the counsel of thrift. Safely put aside all you can, and remem
ber that Liberty Bonds are the most loyal form of saving.
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