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On Household Expenses - with the New “Old National & Union Trust” Combination Check Register and Household Expense Record THE only practical way of “Keeping Check” on household expenses is to keep careful accounts. In this way, thoughtless or needless spending will be discovered and checked, and the saving thereby effected may be diverted into a Savings Account for use in emergency or for investment. The “‘Combination Check Register and Household Expense Record,” the Bank be lieves, will accomplish this result with a mini mum expenditure of time and effort. This book, originated and compiled by the Bank's officers, combines a simple and efficient check ing account record with a practical and accu rate method of segregating household ex penses. By using it, the necessity of keeping check stubs is eliminated, the bank balance is always and instantly determinable, the computation The Old National Bank & Union Trust Co. of Spokane Section of Page Showing method of making entries of the income tax return is made easier, and the task of reconciling the monthly bank statement is simplified. This record is offered to depositors at actual cost (50c) which is less than budget books customarily sell for. In addition, there are two other new and different services, both of which the Bank is offering to depositors free of charge. One, a little book called, ““The Combination Check Register, Balance Book and Pass Book,"” is just what the name implies. The other is a smaller, simplified budget book for those who manage their households on a cash basis. You are cordially invited to call and exam ine these three helpful books at the special counter just inside the entrance to the lobby, or at any of the officers’ desks.