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April 9, 1927     Arkansas Catholic
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Page.Bight THE GUARDIAN O O TERRITORY ~ BY mmm & t rlT Oeemm qpuwJm m m qmmmalmam qm memuJ m emmlwt ~spqmm L~'YLP ROCK ! / ~ ~,,,M a.A 0 0 Oo,~,m'rv From the Hardships of Covered Wagon Days to the Conveniences of the Present Is a Short Span in the Life of Our Great State Picture life today with off lamps replacing electric lights. The ings of electricity has freed the housewife from drudgery of home--she completes her household duties in a few minutes, at cost of a few cents. The humblest citizens of today can enjoy the richest man of a century ago could not have at any price. The ARKANSAS POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY is keeping with the needs and growth of Arkansas by construction of neW dams and extension of its service throughout the state. NeW tries are attracted, new capital brought into the state, new are created for our raw materials and farm products, added ment is open in all lines, more money is brought into general tion, and greater demand is developed for electric power each S ,iI .I i P N 7% Arkansas Power & Light Company (organized under the laws of Arkansas, acquired by purchase certain properbies in Arkansas and by merger effective in November, 1926, acquired the properties of Arkansas Central Power Company, Arkansas Light and Power Company, The Pine Bluff Company and East Arkansas Power & .Light Company. Arkansas Power & Light Company supplies 110 com- munities in Arkansas with electric power and light service. The Company also owns and operates street railway systems in Little Rock and Pine Bluff, and supplies steam heat service, in the business district of Little Rock and water service in Pine Bluff, E1 Dorado and 15 other communities and owns ice plants in six communities. 1. This Stock is Cumulative, therefore Company must pay the dividends in full, before one penny of dividends can be paid on the Common Stock. 2. Besides having preference, in regard to dividends, over the Common Stock, this Stock has preference over the Common Stock in regard to Company's assets and properties. 3. This Stock is free from City, County and State Taxes in Arkansas. The dividends are exempt from the present normal Federal Income Tax. 4. The Stock is fully paid and non-assessable. 5. Shares may be purchased on an Easy Payment Plan of $10.00 per Share down and $10.00 per Share a Month. 6. The dividends are paid every three months--S1.75 per share on January 1, April 1, July 1 and October 1, at which time dividend checks are mailed to stockholders. / ARKANSAS POWER & LIGHT cO" Preferred Stock Department, Pine Bluff, Arkansas. " " re uire~e~t~l" (Mark X m ( ) meeting your -q _1.1~t tell ( ) Please send me free copy of bo~toc~ ing more about your $7 Preferreo and the Company. ( )I wish to subscribe for your $7 Preferred Stock at $103.00 and accrued dividend Send bill to me showing due. share! ( ) I wish to subscribe fr ................. -=-sY psY: your $7 Preferred Stock on ~a~ s~ ment Plan of $10 ~er share d,.,n$.OV $10 per share per month until-~-~ee9 and accrued dividend per share ha~ paid. " --ur $7 ( ) Please ship ........... snares yo red Stock at $103.00 and accr~ dend per share with draft through :Name of Your Bank ...... Name .................... i .................... Street ..................................................... City / l 9 Orders May Be Placed or Information Obtained Through Any Employe of DIRECTORS W. C. Ribenack J. L. Longino D. H. Cantrell R. E. Lee Wilson H. C. Shell Pinchback Taylor W. N. Adams H. C. COUCH, President "HELPING BUILD ARKANSAS" / DI John E.J. H.L. Roy C. Dr. J. L. Garrett