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| CHRISTMAS BANKIN | EVERYBODY SHOULD JOIN X Look at table below and you will find a club that will fit your X pocketbook. Then come into our Bank and join that club. ♦ The different clubs were planned so that everyone could join— X and everone should join. i Remember you are not paying out money for something, but ♦ paying in money for you and yours. X Who <^ets the money tou tiarnr T Money spent is money gone—Money Banked is money SAVED. t It isn’t the money you make that counts, but the money you save, and X there is no better way to acquire a bank account than by joining our Christmas X Banking Club. T Ask and wealthy man how he “got his start”—he will tell you that he k saved and banked his money. I 9€1 T « Get your start. Get it todav. Come in and join our Christmas Banking ♦ AMP club 6* WHAT THE DIFFERENT CLUBS WILL PAY YOU 't lc CLUB 2c CLUB J PAYMENTS PAYMENTS ? 1st Week 1c vt Week 2c J 2nd Week .2c 2nd Week 4c Y Srd Week 3c ►;tl W k . 6c JT InciMase Every Week Increase Every Week ▼ by 1c by 2c ▼ Total in 50 Weeks Total in 50 Weeks ♦ + $12.50 $2550 ♦ 5c CLUB 10c CLUB PAYMENTS PAYMENTS lit Week .5c Jst Week .10c 2nd Week .10c 2nd Week .20c ,ird Week .15c 3rd W eek .30c Increase Every Week Increase Every Week by Sic by 10c Total in 59 Weeks Total in 50 Weeks $63.75 $127.50 50c CLUB $1.00 CLUB PAYMENTS PAYMENTS 1st Week .5Cc 1st Week .*.. $1.00 2nd Week .50c 2nd Week .$1.00 3rd Week .5Cc krd Week .$1.C0 Deposit eftc lvrery Deposit $1.00 TCverv Week Week, Total in 50 Weeks Total in 5n Weeks $25.00 $50.00 $5.00 CLUB' PAYMENTS 111 Week .$5.00 2nd \\ eek .$5.00 3rd Week .$5.00 1>< post! $3.0) Every Week. Total in . <> Weeks $250.00 ♦ YOU CAN BEGIN WITH THE LARGEST PAYMENT FIRST AND DECREASE YOUR PAYMENTS EACH WE W Wgm PLAN OF THE CLUB IS SIMPLE You begin with a certain amount, lc, 2c, 5c or 10c, and increase your deposit the same amount each week. Or you can begin with a certain amount, 50c, $1.00, $5.00 or any a ount, and deposit the same amount each week. IT COSTS NOTHING TO JOIN—HOW TO JIOIN Look at the different Clubs in table above and select the one you wish to join, 2c, 5c, 10c, 50c, $1.00, $5.00, or any of the clubs; then come to our Bank with th weekly payment. We will make you a member of the Club and give a you a Chri Banking Club Book showing the Club you have joined. , i p WE PAY YOU 4 PER CENT ON YOUR CHRISTMAS SAVINGS ARKANSAS TRUST CO. estigate Now Act Later if Pleased [ There U no vitality in drugs. I Drugs only ailtvialo or palliate I Nature cures in natural ways. & When tlic *fiual ns rves are ft free iattire sends vital lit' gh them to the different BH^^Hans Min'd to. tin 11 ^hSbBF is lit- he d BSB^Brn.al naves. Hn. i>\ BjBiv ntifii m1.1 n-1 11 pPJPfuiy structures oi your body. 'm. O. EVANS MASTER CHIROPRACTOR 606 Citizens National Bank. 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. Secured First-Pay When Cure: A safe and ok...lest cure for Alsoho »nd Drun Addictions. Slrletlv prlvat* [Id personal attention assured by a phv h years of experience. Addresi . 437. GAS MONDAY IS THE LATEST ON SUBJECT ARKANSAS GAS COMPANY PROM ISES LOCAL SUPPLY UTILITY CF ACTION “TOMORROW. Gas tomorrow '1 hat is <he forecast on the gas situ ation. Last evening Mr. S. K. Pillion of the local utilities pressed the Little Rock of Ice for something d. finite on the I as siiuLton. and received in reply that there would be :-as in the mains 'by Monday. It was add© 1 fcr your benefit, that the work being done at the overflow section was of a more ivermanent na ture and that the workers hail come to the conclusion that temporary ef forts would not get them anywhere. So tlie gas prediction is for Mon day told to you as the Little Rock officers of the Arkansas Gas Com pany told Mr. Pillion, and ns Mr. Pil lion told ns, and as we tell you. In the meanwhile it was currently | reported yesterday that representa tives of a government in 'itutton near Little Rock which had been yetting the promise of gas day toy day and getting only the promise, had gone to the scene of the breaks to mike their own survey of the situation, and that when they returned to Little IRock Monday mornirj.' they iwioulii. know whether there would be a g«t supply soon or not and that it wat likely the fruit of their investigation for the government would bo made public property. So if we don't yet has Monday we will prcb'bly at least yet some further Information on the situation. (hy The Associated Press.J Shreveport La.. Jan. (.—Arkansas cities may again bo using gas Mon day. Hope was entert.linea Satur day nl-'ht by olfie^as of the Arkan sas Natural (las |Connpaci.4 wh<l«* pipes from the Caddo fields to many important Arkansas cities blew out for the second time within two weeks Friday afternoon, for an early re pair and for relief to the shivering populations of Little Rock IHbt Springs and other cities Workmen are laboring! day and night to repair the leakage. Cotter dams have been built around that, portion of the Sulphur rive- where i the pipes have exploded. This enables l the men repairing the pipes to reach I die damaged parts Kvery effort is being strained by company officials to supply tile Ar kansas towns with gas by Sunday night at the earliest, and not later than Monday. -o Try * Sentinel-Record Want Ad. BONDS ARE JUGGLED TO BEAT INCOME TAX CROSS ORDERS ARE GIVEN BROK ERS WHICH CREATE FIC. T.TIOUS VALUES. New York, Jan. L -Charging trig “cross order" sales of Utterly bonds by income tax dodgers, Assistant. Dis trict Attorney Ur*.I Itn in a report to i he minty uistijl t attorn i., 10 t . uigetl Uu> need of an inquiry by the •fioc-k exchanges to ascertain the names of wealthy men suspected of thus causing the decline in the price of tire war securities sharply below sar. “In the last ten days in the year L’ts the iransacU'-ns amounted to $250,000,000 in Liberty bonds alone," said Mr. Brogan's report. "My inves tigations in the case f how that prob ably 50 per cent of these trail sect ions were made on cross orders by heavy ‘n vectors who Have tlieir brokers a selling order for anywhere from $500,000 to *1,500.000 worth of Libert) bonds ■at tlio same time putting in a buying order to buy the name amoun' at the market ipriee thus establish Cng a ficticous loss to reiwrt on thei income tax returns The same meth od has undobtedly bet n followed b; __ .uwmgrwwwMnini 1 | many people in the sale of other ««• I curitios and other inve- tnie-nts and 1 probaibl-.v in tholr own business enter ipr.'ses.” SOLDIERS OF FRANCE IN GREAT EST OF WORLD'S SACRIFICE. Soldier* of France have led in the world Sacrifice of Mood and treas ure that liberty anti democracy should not perish from the earth. France a debt of gratitude for ‘this as well as for an invaluable remedy hr s'(jmaeh, livur and '.rktouti;Gl Gjs orders white h its peasants have been ! using with reported marvelous ro : suits. The ingredients are new imported and sold in 'this country by Geo. II. LMayr, (prominent Chiltte'S'o chon Vr under the name of tMayr's Wonderful i Remedy. It is a simple, harmile ss pre.l trat ion 'that removes catarrhal ' mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the Inflammation which causes (practically all stomach, liver and In testinal (ailment 1 '(hutyudfrl-t appen diicit is. One dose wll convince oi money refunded. Adv. -o GAS STOVES CONNECTED. Gas stoves, repaired, bought, sop and exchanged. Also we carry large lino of new stoves. We repair gvtph ophones, sewing machine’s. Gas fit • ting a specialty. Phone 1:146. Pot ■ Furniture Company, 215-217 Valle} street. 12-10-Ira REMOVAL NOTICE. N. Cohn, too Mercnant Tailor, has moved front 41S Central avenue to 24'* Central avenue, Waukesha hotul blulilng. Patronn are lnvlten to call I on him In his new quarters, where he is better prepared than ever for best work, dependable goods and perfect fitting garments. N, COHN, 12—IS-tf. Merchant Tailor. -o-— MOOSE DANCE Every Monday and Wednesday nights dancing lessons every afitr nnon irom l:;iu till ■> o'clock at Mo me hall. N 1--20-tf. STORAG STORE YOUR FURNITURE W A. 6. Rhodes Furniture O' RATES VERY REASONABLE. PHONE 62* Arlington Studifj HAPPY HOLLOW FREE ZOO.Hj Donkeys, Bull Cart, Pony WagoB| Furnished Free for jH COMIC PICTURE PHOTO* S. A. MAXWELL, Prop. J3 ■iniii ■■■him ...