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yHE war is won. And now come the VULTURES eager to buy your Liberty bond at OVERCHARGES of as high as $5 on a $5O bond, or 0 trade you "BLUE SKY," worthless stock for your GOVERNMENT PAPER. AVOID BOTH. The first thing to do is to KEEP YOUR BONDS. They are fitting evidence, showing irrefutably that you gave your dollars to help your country when it needed money to whip the Hun. j| The United States government bond which you possess is the BEST SECURITY IN THE WORLD. Any banker will tell you so. And '' the very fact it is good as gold makes it so alluring to the "Gold Brick'' artist, the man who has something "just as good with twice the in terest rate" who wants to trade you out of your security. BEWARE OF SUCH SMOOTH GENTLEMEN. Ten, twenty years from now, these slips of government paper will have deeper meaning to you—or to your posterity. They will be TREAS URED MEMENTOES OF THE GREAT WAR, mementoes that can be turned into cash almost instantly, should you care to do so. you must dispose of these Government Bonds, take them to any bank, trust company or reputable bond dealer, and you will re ceive from such legitimate business house the FULL MARKET PRICE plus the ACCRUED INTEREST, less a NOMINAL ommission charge. You, yourself, can determine from day to day just what your bond is worth by referring to the New York stock exchange quotations pub lished in both Dispatch and Pioneer Press, or any other newspaper carrying complete market reports. Bear in mind:—The bond market quotations are EXCLUSIVE of ACCRUED INTEREST which should be PAID you in Edition. HOLD ON TO YOUR LIBERTY BONDS A VOID GOLD BRICK" AND "BLUE SKY" ARTISTS I First National Bank Harrisburg National Bank Merchants National Bank Steelton Trust Co. K 222 Market St. 16 South Second St. Third and Broad Sts. Steelton, Pa. Commonwealth Trust Co. Harrisburg Trust Company Central Trust Company _ Steelton National Bank 222 Market St. 16 South Second St. Third and Broad Sts. Steelton, Pa. Dauphin Deposit Trust Co. Commercial Trust Company Citizens Bank Peoples Bank 213 Market St. 1224 N. Third St. Thirteenth and Derry Sts. Steelton, Pa. Keystone Bank East End Bank Lemoyne Trust Company New Cumberland Nat'l Bank Third and Calder Sts. Thirteenth and Howard Sts. Lemoyne, Pa. New Cumberland, Pa. ' Penbrook National Bank * Penbrook, Pa. ' * . . ; j ! * WEDNESDAY EVENING. HaauusßUßG teleorjcph: MARCH 5, 1919.