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The Rock Island Argus and daily union. (Rock Island, Ill.) 1920-1923, December 30, 1922, YEAR-END REVIEW, SECTION TWO, Image 38

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OFFICERS
M. S, HEAGY, President V ;
r H. H. CLEAVELAND, Vie President , "
C, J. LARICIN, Vice President : ' -
H. W. TREM ANN, Vice President .
L. MXASTEflL'Gwhi and Secretary
, H. B. SIMMON. Asst. Secy.
R. E. SWANSON, Asst. Cashier
E. H. KRELL, Trust Officer
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Savings Accounts
A bank account inspires confidence. The best iref
erence any man can have is a bank book that shows
steady consistent saving. The borok that shows reg
ular deposits over a period of time, proves that you
"are careful with your money and? therefore, liable,
to be so with other people's money. A savings ac
count tends to make one cautious, thrifty and accur
ate in financial details. Employers are on the watch
for men with those qualities." Start an account with
the New Year. A Dollar will do
. Deposit Boxes
Your valuables are never safe unless you have a
Safety Deposit Box. If you only have one valuable,
private paper it is worth .while to protect it. Thieves
and fire are not the only dangers there is always
a probability of your mislaying your valuables. This
bank offers you a definite place of absolute safety
for all valuables. A Deposit Box represents an in
vestment of only $3 a year. Larger boxes if you de
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Banking House and Office Building Northwest Corner Eighteenth Street
s and Third Avenue, Rock Island .
DiRECTORS
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CJ. Larkiri .: ' f
; ' H. -ft Simmon ( .'
H. W. Tremann
- . , J.W. Tremann
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' ' ". W. J. Sweeney
Dr. George Wiggins
v Ceo H. Richmond.
: H. P. Mack
C I " W. S. Parks
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Commercial Accounts
This strong bank offers you the entire facilities of its
splendid commercial department for the purpose of
establishing a checking account. And a , checking
account is the safest arid most convenient way of
conducting your 'affairs., Your cancelled checks are
receipts for, payment of bills and your balance at
the end. of the month shows the' excess of your in
come over outgo. Having: the right bank back of you
is an important business matter, and this bank
makes every effort to safeguard the interests of its
depositors. -
Trusts
Trusts are executed by this bank with absolute fi
delity. In making your will, remember that our life
is perpetual, and this; institution acts as executor,
guardian or trustee. We are always ready to serve,
you. We are never ill, or out of the city at a critical
time and we never have more important business and
we never will have, that needs attention. 'Your
wishes will be' carried out to the letter in any busi
ness you entrust to this bank. '
BANKING in ALL ITS BRANCH
Commercial, Savings and Trust Departments
Resources $5,900,000 Peposits $4226,319
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Strength
We guard jealously the Safety ' r
of depositorsmoney we ex- :
ert every 'effort to give our'
customers Service we train
pur employes in Courtesy and
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