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July 31, 1920     Arkansas Catholic
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PAGE TWO THE GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, July 31, 1920. t REQUIREMENTS No Bank "Happens" to grow. There are always well defined reasons--in most cases many of them--for the consistent and steady progress of any financial in- stitution. Entering into the success of any bank will be found a strong direc- torate, central location, competent and experienced officers, ample capital and sur- plus and capable and efficient employees. Many of the .original organizers of this Bank were experienced in banking and all are successful business men, and as such were not unmindful of the quali- fications necessary for success. They erected a ,one hundred thousand dollar building on one of the most val- uable Main Sreet corners in the city, elected as directors men whose combined financial strength is not exceeded by anj bank directorate in Arkansas and few in the entire South, selected as .officers men of experience and proven ability and chose department heads and employees w th capability and efficiency as a standard RESULTS # Deposits Feb. 28, 1915, $203,836.72 Feb. 28, 1916, $526,693.04 Feb. 28, 1917, $1,150,736.49 Feb. 28, 1918, $2,432,952.48 Feb. 28, 1919, $2,461,258.04 Feb. 28, 1920, $4,372,118.89 BANKERS TRUST COMPANY Main at Second Little Rock, Arkansas I Third and Scott Streets Little Rock, Arkansas Manufacturers Sash Doors, High Grade Mill Work Jobbers PLATE GLASS, WINDOW GLASS, MIRRORS (We operate our own beveling, grinding and polishing plant, and resilver mirrors) Paints, Oils, VaLaishes, Cornell Wood Board--Yale Builders' Hardware "The Service We Render and the Quality of Our Goods Are Our Best Recommendations." Our Pohcy. To Make Friends, Not Just Sales-- To Sell Values, Not Just Tires. All the advertising in the world will not bring a fellow business unless back it up with honest-to-goodness reality. You will find that the firm of are not soap box orators, but shirt sleeve workers who deliver the tune of 100 per cent. RICHARDSON-MILES TIRE CO. Distributors of Miller Tires and Tubes MAIN 3030 Dependability--The of Pfeifers Department YOU ARE interested in this store only as it can benefit you--we ca look for progress and growth unless we serve you well. And in servin well we benefit you--so our interests are identical. Perhaps if you this light you will see a new reason for making dependability the stone of this institution. For by building from this foundation we building as you would have us build--in YOUR interests. TO CONSUMERS OF GAS: It may seem early to talk about gas for heating purposes with the thermometer playing around the 100 mark. But-- It is important that your pipes and apIliances are in good condition befove Winter comes and the time to have them examined is now, when the plumbers are not busy and can give you prompt service. Service Pipes: Many houses have the small 1-2 or 3-4 inch service pipes originally put in for artificial gas to serve a single cook stove and lights. The same pipes are in use to serve, perhaps half a dozen stoves or heaters-- the consequence being that in cold weather, when there is a large consumption of gas your pressure is low. N,o service pipe should be less than 1 1-4 inch, and the other pipes from the meter should be graded down according to the number of appliances used. Flues: It is essential that flues be free of obstruction so as to give a good upward draft and afford perfect com- bustion. Burners and Connections: Burners should be cleaned, they should be of the right kind and properly adjusted. tions are properly made and you will get the best service. See also that connec- LITTLE ROCK GAS & FUEL CO. ! i |