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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
Tuesday, Jnnunry 4, iOtt
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Chicago, .Inn. 2. Pastor Russell of
Brooklyn Tiibcrnnde, New York,
preached here twite today to large au
diences. The Auditorium of world
wldo celebrity for Its size und excellent
neoustlcs. afforded the Immense uudt
enre h superior opportunity to hear
Pnstor Russell's- discourse In the after
noon. e report his evening discourse
based on the foregoing tests. Ilesald:-
The opening of n New Year Is lllte
the opening of n now ledger 1 1 In n
favorable time for determining wlint
should be disposed of In the prod! and
loss neeoun. and for putting Into effect
resolutions governing the New Year
The fact that thousands of resolution!
will be made at this Reason only to be
broken later'under the Impact of temp
tntlon, should not discourage us from
making such resolutions ourselves und
advising the course to others. The
mnn or woman who makes no Itcsolu
tlons or Vows makes little progress In
character-building. Poor, fallen human
nature needs nil the bands and braces
and supports which a well-directed will
can give It. We are not ndvocatlng
hasty, and sometimes unreasonable,
vows ntid resolutions and pledges
thoughtlessly tnkeu. What we do ad
vocnte Is thoughtful, rntlonal sitting
down nud counting the cost, and then
und there resolving with the full
H'rength of the character, with the full
c'ctermlnntlon of the mlnd.'to pursue
(he way which deliberate Judgment
tslls one Is the proper course.
A Christmao Vow or Resolve.
A Christian, like other men. can be
benefited by such Resolves to himself,
which should he sacredly kept, In pro
portion as he Fespects himself nud
would ho respected. These Itesolutlons
may apply to sundry affairs of llfe
hls home, his business. Ills' personal
habits, etc. Hut when Hie Christian
comes to consider his highest Interests,
ho ut once iceognlzcs that they are
tho.se by which he Is related to hs
Creator and his Savior. At the. very
beginning of his Christian experience,
after he had longed for righteousness
and turned from sin; after his eyes
had Keen .lesus ns his Itcdccmcr; after
his ear of faith had heard that he was
reconciled to Cod through the death
of his Hon and had forgiveness of sins
through fath In his blood then came
to him the most Important moment of
Ida life. For God, through his Word.
Invited him to make a full consecra
tion of himself (Including every earth
ly Interest and affair) to the Lord and
The proposition, In tho language of
the Savior, was that ho should talc up
Ms ciou and follow Christ; und that
as a reward he should have In the
present life tribulation from without,
but the peace of the Lord within, and
In the future life experience a share
In the First Resurrection. That change
to glory, honor, Immortality, the Di
vine nature, means Jolut-helruhlp with
his Redeemer In his great Otllco and
work as the Mediator between Cod
and the world during the Millennial
Age, The twins aro clearly stated,-!clf-dcnlnl,
cross-bearing, service for
Christ, faithfulness unto death. The
rewards also, as clearly stated, are
crowns of life and membership In the
Itoynl Priesthood, a seat ultli the I.oid
In his throne, an opportunity of being
one of the Judges for hqlplug and up
lifting mankind dm lug the Millennium
While stating the conditions clcsuij
and distinctly, through his Word the
Lord did not urge consecration, hut
said rather that each should sit down
first ami count tho cost. After having
counted thu cost, whoever chose to ac
cept tho proposition did so by making
a Vow unto tho Lord a Consecration
Vow of full Hiinmlsslou the full sur
render or the will. This was to tho
Intent that thereafter not only the
conduct of life, hut the words of the
mouth and the meditations of tho heart
nhonlil be acceptable to the Lord, This
comprehensive Vow Is symliollcd In
baptism, uhlch, rightly uudeiHtood, as
explained by St, Paul, Is u baptism
Into i1-" Jburshlp In the Hod) of Christ
(the Church), and 'this by baptism or
Immersion "Into Christ's dentil."
Only such nit make this Vow are ac
cepted at nil as members of The Christ,
and anointed with the holy Spirit. It
Is respecting this Vow that SI. Paul
urges, in the uords of our text, "I be
seech you, UuMltled) brethren, by the
mercies of Cod. that je present youi
bodies living saerltlces, holy, oecopta
ble to Clod, and .sour reasonable serv
ice." Our contract with the Lord I
entered Into, made secure, by the Vow
of Consecration, and the remainder of
life Is merely a testing of the conse
crated one. to determine to what de
greo he really meant the Vow; to wlnn
degree he uses his oery endeavor to
he dead to the world, dead to wdf. dead
to nil earthly (hint's and nlhr toward
Cod and the Interest of the Millennial
Kingdom to which he has couxecruled
himself as a "member" of the II' dy of
Hie Mediator of the New C'oveianl
(.leretuluh xxxl. Ill; Oalathins, III. 'SM.
"I Will Py My Vows."
Let no one lightly undertake a Vow
unto the Lord. It carrlea l h It
weighty responsibilities. II wouiil be
better overy way that none idiould
take the Vow without llrst underitand
tng the mntttr und entering fully Into
tho I'.ilrlt of the rcsolutlou lie makes
Q' H tllllllM . ll IH
PRESENT YOUR CODIES.
"Whet Shall I Ren ' r Unto llie Lord My
God Foi All Hu DcnefiU Toward Me) I
Will Take the Cup ol Salvation and Call Up.
tn the Name ol the Lord. I Will Pay My
Vowt Unto the Lord" (Palm cxvi, 12).
"I Eescech You, Brethren, by the Meiciei
cl God, That Yc Present Yout Bodies a Living
Sacrifice, Holy and Acceptable Unto Cod and
Yout Reasonable Service" (Romans xu, I ).
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Once made and accepted by the Lord
through the liup.trtailou of the holy
Spirit, It cannot be auniilled. Rut why
should we wish to annul the VowV
Why should anyone who puts his hand
to the plow look back? To use the
Apostle's Illustration, why should the
sow that was washed return to wal
lowing In the mire? Why should we.
after'bnvlng renounced the world and
received the begetting of the holy Spir
it, and after having tasted of the good
Woid of Cod and the powers of the
Age to come, lose the precious taste
and appreciation of these, and return
lu craving to the beggarly elements of
the world? Surely there are no good
reasons for so doing. Surely the Joys
of the present life, as well as the hopes
of the Kingdom to come, all should en
courage us to fully "set our affections
on things above and not on the things
The world, the llesh and the Adver
sary all exercise iulluences contrary
to our Vow or Resolution to the Lord
to be dead to the world and to self
that we may be alive wit; ohrlst and
share his glory Hiir'1' " o him, that
we may robin with The poet has
expressed Uio pioper .i'Ught here, say
ing. "My gout, bo on thy guard.
Ton thousand foci arlso:
Tlia hosts of rtln aro pressing hard
To draw thco fiorn tho prize."
Much of our success In keeping our
Vow of Consecration depends upon
(li The clearness of our grasp of the
situation when we made our Vow and
the thoroughness of our Intention; the
amount or weight thereof; tho will
power exerted for righteousness.
(2) An additional feature of great
weight lu the matter Is the degree of
our knowledge, it Is lu lino with this
thought that the Scriptures declare,"
"My people perish tor luck of knowl
edge." Cod has given us his Word
nud Informed us that It Is "prolllable
for doctrine, for reproof and for cor
rection in righteousness, that the man
of Cod may be thoroughly furnished."
lie has advised us to heareh the Scrip
lures and to fotget not the assem
bling of ourselves together. And
where his advice In followed nud tho
Scriptures aro scutched dally, not In
a formal manner, but with a desire to
know and lo do the Lord's will ami to be
guided In his way, a strengthening of
tho will Is effected. Correspondingly
there Is a weakening of tho evil Iu
lluences which oppose us as Now Crea
tures and our Vow. Tho Word of Cod
Is so arranged as to provide "meat lu
duo season" for all of his faithful peo
ple, whether old or young, In eery
lime. As "babes In Christ," as young
men and as full-grown sous of Cod, It
Is for each of Us u storehouse of (Jrace
and Truth, to make us strong In the
Unl and lu the power of his might
Only by appropriating this spiritual
food can wo have stieugth to fulfil our
Vow, to Mulsh our course with Joy ami
to attain thu Kingdom. Item by item,
as our minds are able to grasp Us un
folding prospects of glory, honor and
Immortality, wo uro thereby strength
ened by the Lotd's might In tho Inner
lu proportion ns wo realize tho facts
of tho "caso we may appreciate what u
great but unlit tho Lord has offered us.
We surrender in consecration our
eaithly rights, privileges and pleasures.
and receive In return more happlfylng
spiritual blessings lu the present llfu
and tho Inheritance of (ho unspeakable
blessings nud glories of the future. It
should, therefore, become much more
easy to pay our Vows with a willing
heart, as wo grow In grace and In
knowledge of the Lord and his Word.
Indeed, as the Apostle suggests. It Is
possible for us to reach the place where
wo can "rejoice In tribulation nlso"
knowing that thereby our future bless
ing Is Increased
"What Shall I Rondor?"
As the consecrated believer consid
ers what Cod has already done, nud
what ho proposes yet to do for his
faithful, gratitude wells up In his heart
and his Imiulry Is, "What shall I ren
der unto tho Lord for all his heuelltsV"
The moro he considers the matter,, the
inino he realizes that his talents and
opportunities' are necessarily small, In
significant. It Is from this standpoint
that tho poet wrote, "0 for a thousand
tongues lo slug my great Redeemer's
It Is well Indeed to show our appre
ciation of Coil's graco by songs of
thankfulness and pratao, but we aro to
remember that not merely poetic ca
dences are otir acceptable songs, but
that from the proper standpoint life
lUolf Is the proper hymn of praise to
ho contlurially rendered to tho King
of kings. "Singing and making melody
In our hearts unto thu Loid" will Imply
that our wotks will hu lu harmony a
song of life" (Kpheslaus v, ID).
Taking tho Cup.
The Psalmist's answer, prophetically
lepreseulM the attitude of heart of all
the faithful. Kacli Is expected to say.
"I will take the Cup of Salvation and
call upon the name of the Lord"
(Psalm cxvl, 111). The cup of salvation
Hi; the present time Is tho "Cup" which
our Lord proffered to his disciples, say
ing, "This Is my blood of the New
Covenant fchod for many for tho remls
lion of Bins., Drink ye all of it" (Mat
thew xxvl, 27, 28). It Is n "Cup" of
Buffering, self denial, self-sncrtrlco, ns
respects the earthly things which we
give up. surrender, that we may at
tain the heavenly things us Jolnt-helrs
with our Redeemer. There might be
danger, however, of some getting the
wrong thought on this subject. There
Is n peculiar pleasure In drinking of
the Lord's "cup" of self-sacrifice, which
those who have never partaken of can
not hope to understand. It Is the
plensurc of fellowship In his Buffer
lugs, ns St. Paul uxplalns. A.id n part
of the pleasure connected with that
"cup" is the associated hope of drink
ing with our Lord of his other cup of
Joy and glory und blessing In the King
dom, ns he promised.
The necessity of pnrtnklng of this
"Cup" of tho Lord Is shown by tho
Savior's Words to two of his disciples
who Intiulred. saying. "Lord, grant that
we may sit with thee, the one on thy
right hand nnd the othoi' on thy left
hnml In the Kingdom." Our Lord's
reply was that they little realized what
this high privilege of sitting lu the Mlf
lennlal Throne with him would cost.
He Intiulred. "Are ye able to drink of
the cup that 1 shall drink or?" (Mntthcw
xx, 22i the cup of suffeilng. Ignominy,
dishonor, death? "and to be baptized
with the baptism that I um baptized
with?" not the baptism Into water,
but Into that which Is symbollcd by
the water a baptism Into his dea'th.
The apostles Indicated their willing
ness. And we can do no moro. If
left to oursQlvcs, undoubtedly tho con
tract would bo more than we would
be sudlclcnt for. Our siilllclency Is of
Cod's providence our grent Redeemer
Is our High Pi lest mid Advocate, utile
to succor us In every time of need,
and able to provide ways of escape
from trials too hard for us; able to
strengthen us when weak; able to glvo
us the "meat lu due season;" able to
make us strong lu Ids might; able to
bring to our attention the great and
precious promises of Cod's Word. Yea,
says St. Paul, "I can do nil things
through Christ, which, strengthened)
mo" (Phlllpplnus Iv, lib.'
"In tho Prcsenco of All tho People."
In the context the prophet declares,
"I will pay my Vows unto the Lord In
tho "presence of nil the people." Pub
licly, openly, I will espouse the lord's
Cause. I will remember his words.
"Whosoever bhall be ashamed of mo,
and of my words, of him nlso shall thu
Sou of .Man be ashamed, when he com
eth lu the glory of Ills Father, with
the holy angels" (Mark vlll, :i8i. I will
he faithful In tho performance of my
Covenant to such a degree that my
loyalty shall be known to nil the breth
ren as well as lo the Lord, who rends
the heart. Yea, and the worldly should
know of the faithfulness of Cod's peo
ple, even though, not appreciating the
matter, they should despise them and
count them fools for Christ's sake.
Vows of this kind are not for the
worldly, even though they be morally
disposed. They urc yet In their sins,
If they reject the offer of Dlvinu for
giveness upon Divine terms of roiMO
cratlon, finch may not think to talio
Vows of consecration to the Lord until
first they have renounced wilful sin
nud accepted redemption through faith
In the precious blood. Until then they
remain amongst tho wicked. "Unto
.'h wicked Cod said. What hast thou
to do to take my words Into thy mouth
as n Vow) hcclng thou hatest Instruc
tion uiitl easiest my words behind thee"
(Psalm I, IT). All who do not wish Di
vine Instruction, nil wlo spurn the
Lord's Word, aro In this sense wicked
In a wrong condition of heart. We
arc glad that there Is no truth In the
theory that they are liable lo eternal
torture, but, oh, how much they aro
missing, nevertheless, of the Jo.s of
the Loid In this present time and of
the glories and eternal blessings of the
in closing, dear friends, let me sug
gest to you a little Vow unto the Lord
not ns Instead of your Consecration
Vow, which Is all coinprehenslxe, but
as supplemental thereto as specifying
certain matters, which are Indeed part
and parcel of your Consecration Vow.
The thought Is that by this Vow these
particular features of your obligation
will be dully more prominently before
your mind. It Is my belief that the
taking of It earnestly and soberly, and
tho keeping of It, would be one of tho
wisest New Year's Resolutions that
Cod's people could make most helpful
to them In tho peculiar time In which
we aro living.
A Vow Unto tho Lord.
1. Oar Fiithur which art In Ilnnvon. hal
lowed ho Thy nnmo. Mny Thy inlu conic
Into my honrl moro and more, niul Thy
will ho dono In my inoilnl liody. Itolylng
on tho iiBslHtanco of Thy promised uracil
to help hi every tlmo of need, tlirmiicli
Jchuh Christ our Lord, I rcalitfr this
2. Daily will I rwnomuor nt tho Throne
of Iloavonly Clrnco tho Konornl IntuioatH
of tho Imi vest work, and lmrtk-uluily thu
slinro which I myuolf am privileged tn
enjoy In that work, and thn donr co-tn-borora
at the Ilrooklyn Tahcrnaclo, and
3. 1 vow to ntlll moro rnrnfully. If pos
sible, Bcriitlnlvto my thoiiKhtn nnd words
ami dnlnito. to tho Intent that 1 may ho
tho hotter unnhlud to nerve Theo und Thy
1. I vow to Thee Hint I will he on tho
nlert to rclt averythhiK itkln to Hplrlt-
Ism nnd Occultism, and that, rumoinuor
lug that thorn aro hut tho two tnamuta,
I shnll ronlnt thoso minrvu la all ro.ison
able. wnys. in heliiK of tho AdvoiRury,
0, I further vow that, with tho excop
tlmiN bcilow, I will nt nil times, nnd In nil
places, conduct myself toward thoso of
tho opposite box In prlvuto cxnrtly na I
would do with tlioni In nubile la the
inenfuico nf contnoitntlnn of tho Lord's
C And, n fnr ns rfanontibly possible, 1
wilt avoid ho I iir tn tho samu room with
any of thn opposite hox nlono, unions tho
door to tho room ntund wldo open,
7. Uxcoptlons In tho cnno of lliothron
w(fo, rhlldren, mother, and natural sis
tors; la tho cuko of Ulslors-tiusbriiidM,
children, athor, and natural brothers.
Should any of those who takj this
Vow unto the I.ord desire to Inform
me of the fact. I shall be very pleased
to hear from thorn at my Ilrooklyn ud-dress.
Cincinnati, O., IJcc. 31. For the
first tlmo in seven years tho Ohio
rlvor at this placo was frozen over,
oxcopt for a small space In tho local
harbor. Tuga are plying up and down
tho harbor In nn effort to keep it
open, but It Is believed that If tho
present cold weather continues their
work will go for naught. Over a mil
lion dollars' worth of river property
Is Jeopardized by tho freezing of the
water. "Whl.o thero is no danger to
this property aa long as tho weather
la cold, rivermen fear a suddon thaw
or warm woathor will play havoc
Columbm, O., Dec. 31. At a con
forenco between Democratic senators
and Governor Harmon, it was decided
that no bills would ho IntrodUcod for
at least thrco wcoks after tho session
of tho assembly begins. No agree
ment was reached on a legislative
program, and it Is considered unlike
ly that any will ho mado until after
Governor Harmon's messago goes to
tho legislature. Tho governor in his
regular messago plans to cover nil
tho leading questions agitated recent
ly savo tho canals and good roads,
and theso will he discussed In a spe
cial message later.
Daughters of Iilberty
Evening Star Council, No. 18.
Daughters of Liberty, eloctcd these
olllcers Wednesday ovenlng:
Councilor Jonulo llakor.
Associate Councilor LuElla
Vice Counsellor JoEophlno Pouch
Associate Vice- Councilor Idn
Lara h eo.
Recording Socrotary flarah
Assistant Rocordlng Sesretary--Anna.
Financial Secretary Roro Moore.
JTreusuror Nora Davis.
Guldo Amanda Bolt.
Insldo Guard Jessie Fjuilhnbor.
Outside Guard Jennlo Donman.
Trustee Jenislin Ward.
i'lanlst Carrlo Ollllland.
Assistant Pianist Llzzlo HIngor.
Dolcgatcs to State- Council Jen
nlo Uakor, Nora Davis, Emma
Stcphy, Sara Smith and Jennlo Lett
Alternate!) Sarah Hoadlngton,
Ohio Wlnolnnd, Llzzlo Trlmblo, Hat
tie Ploknrd and Murgurot Pophiim.
ClnclnnnTl, 6.,' Roc. 31. W Kosloy
Schoopf, president of tho Clnclunntl
Traction company and of the Ohio
Traction company, was Indicted by
tho grand Jury on four counts, charg
ing tnlluro to koop cars on four city
linos up to tho temperature of 00 de
grees, required by law.
Cincinnati, 0., T)o"c. 01. It waa an
nounced by tho conforunco committee
of the Dig Four telegraphers and oul
clals of tlie railroad that -terms of
agreement had boon reachod. There
will bo no strllco.
Not Up to Modorn Standards
"Your wife's now hat makes her look
llko a uccn," said tho man who tries
to bo complimentary.
"Don't let her hear you say that,"
answered Mr, Ullgglns. "1 hnvo looked
throught tho histories, und I never yet
saw n plcturo of n queen who looked
as If she employed a first clastt milli
ner." AVaBhlngton Star,
BARONESS VAUGHAN, WHO WAS
Tho Baroness Vaughan, morganotle
little time In getting out Qf Belgium after the king's death. The fact that
she was about the only one of his household present during his last Illness
aroused the people, who had long held her In contempt, to the point of hostile
demonstration, and she took her two small boys and went to her chateau
near Monte Carlo. She will obtain n large share of Leopold's fortune through
his will. Leopold himself gave her the title of baroness. She was the
daughter nt a French Innkeeper.
EXPIRES WHILE WRITING
Kalamazoo, Mich., Dec. 31. Whon
ho failed to mako an appearance in
court to try a caso that ho was sched
uled to appear In, an attorney went
totho office of William Lubhy, a well
known lawyer, and found him dead,
and on his desk was a chart In which
ho described tho approach of tho and.
Tho chart, which was started Wed
nesday afternoon, said: "I am not
fooling well. At noon I took medi
cine for my heart," is the llrst nota
tion. "I nm taking medicine ovqrv
Owatonna, Minn., Doc. 31. That
thoro Is golag to bo a big fight
against Congressman James II, Taw
noy In his, noxt campaign for con
gross is tho belief following n "lovo
fast" banquet here, during which tuo
ally of Cannon was unsparingly de
nounced to Ida face. Tho denuncia
tion waa uttered by Thomas Kelly of
Owatonna, who la expected to oppose
Tawnoy for tho Republican nomination.
DENOUNCED AT BANQUET
SANNER WANT ADS M,
1 20 Per
I Taku Ariwarifaffli nf
fCl. l:$wds$M vwdijZp
FORCED TO LEAVE BELGIUM.
wife of tho late King Leopold, lost '
two hours." "At 4: 'JO my condition
does not improve. Am still taking my
medicine." "I must have been asleep
tho last two hours, I do not roraem
bor," wrote Lubhy shortly after 7
o'clock. "I am alternating pellets.'
At 9 o'clock ho wrote: "I am not
fcollag as easy."
During the next sovoral hours thero
Is no mention of his condition. At 2
o'clock In the morning ho wrote tho
following: "Cold; I know my condi
tion Is serious. It Is hard to hroatho.
V am '"an! fere tho nolo piirlorl
"As far as I am concorned," said
Kelly, "this meeting Is no lovo feat I
botween Jim Tawaey and me."
Kelly then drow from his pocket a
typewritten record of Tawney's con
gressional career and proceeded with
apparent dollght to rip tho Intended
"harmony" to silvers. Tawney, ho
snld, had oponly misrepresented tho
people of tho First district. Tawney,
although present, mado no reply.
FCbnolot business In tho Sea to of Ou.u. Allot iti
(cratluitcs without an exception nro employed. Tc
tho Hrst representative ot a tovm vru oftsr a dis
oountotBpor cent., secure positions fnr Rtlidenti
lo work for their board whlln nttendln? school
OTn nil Year. Nw otnscs formed every Munday
IttltS riikini:;! oni I rcn rMn-ili- Ohio.
Got Off Very Easy Before
. 'Squire llarler
Fined $25 And Costs And
Edward Riet, tho detective, wa
arrested Thursday evening at tho
Third ward engine bouso on a war
rant eworn out by William Hough
before 'Squiro Harter. Tho Justice
of the pcaco was called and tho hear
ing was held. Rlst entorcd a plea
of guilty to tho charge of unlawful
ly giving away liquor to prisoners In
Jail and was fined $2G and coeta.
Tho fine was suspondod.
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J. OIIESTERVIIiLIS J
Tho Masonic lodge' gavo their an
nua blanquct on Wednesday evening
of this week. Quito a number of Mar
ions and their ladies wcro prcsont and
music and speaking woro tho order cl
tho evening. A delicious luncheon was
served during tho ovenlng.
Mrs. J. W. Weekley Is spending tho
week with relatives at Shadysido.
Tho I. O. O. l lodge gavo an oyster
supper In tho lodge rooms on Mon
day night of this week. About 56
werb present and enjoyed tho even
ing. Mrs. Douglas Wilson who has been
suffering a light atack of pneumonia
is getting along nicely.
Miss Gladys Corwln is visiting in
Will Boner and family of Columbus
are tho guests of friends hero.
Mr. and Mrs. James Lansing aro vis
iting in MansdcM.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wurts havo pur
chased a farm near Fredorlcktown.
Miss Helen Dalrymplo of Sandusky
Is homo for tho 'nolldays.
Arthur Seffnor and wife and Mlsn
Kato McCausland of Marlon wcro at
homo for Christmas with their father.
Miss Jennie Weekly Is spending her
vacation with her parents at Chcstcr
vlllo. Mr. Bert Kraft, teachor of tho Ball
school, south of Chcstcrvillo, and hi
scholars gavo a nlco Christmas en
tertainment on Friday afternoon be
fore Christmas, consisting of recita
tions and dialogues. At tho closo of
th'o exercises Miss Mozcllo Wilson in
behalf of the school presented Mr.
Kraft with a beautiful hand mirror
and coat and hat brushes. A loud
knock was heard on tho door and who
should enter hut Santa Clans, all load
ed down with candy and nuts for ot
erbody. A number of tho parents
wcro present and tho afternoon was
of the business In tru business
world Is based on credit. Good
credit Is therefore a most essen
tial Item In every business.
In addition to the amount of
your money In the bank, tho
fact that you are safeguarding
your future and have a check
account with a strong bank,
strengthens your credit.
We have facilities and arc In
a position to handle your bank
ing business, whether large or
If NOW !
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