Bank advertising plans: a book of practical suggestions

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Bankers Pub. Co., 1913 - Business & Economics - 198 pages

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Page 95 - Principle, ever afterwards; and it was always said of him, that he knew how to keep Christmas well, if any man alive possessed the knowledge. May that be truly said of us, and all of us! And so as Tiny Tim observed, God Bless Us Every One!
Page 114 - This is the lowest point on the divide between the two great valleys of the St. Lawrence and the Mississippi. The boundless regions of the West must send their products to the East through this point. This will be the gate of empire, this the seat of commerce. Everything invites to action. The typical man who will grow up here must be an enterprising man. Each day as he rises he will exclaim,
Page 21 - ... to build. Persons interested in building attractive detached houses for a home for themselves and their families are invited to avail themselves of these plans at any time. While the bank is prepared to make mortgage loans at any time upon houses of the above description, it should be understood that the use of the plans implies no obligation whatever toward the institution.
Page 123 - FOR USE IN THE FINAL SELECTION OF SEED EARS. 1. Adaptability 25 2. Seed condition 15 3. Shape of kernel 15 4. Uniformity and trueness to type 15 5. Weight of ear 10 6. Length and proportion 10 7. Color of grain and cob J.
Page 128 - ... deposit slip. At the end of the day's business, balances on the ledger cards and duplicate pass cards, upon which transactions have occurred, are compared and must agree. A notice of withdrawal is required on all drafts, and a parent's consent upon all withdrawals largar than 25 cents. The money of the school bank is deposited with a regular savings bank in the name of the school, subject to the withdrawal by the teacher in charge of the school bank. The bills for printing and stationery used...
Page iii - This is the first time that any attempt has been made to deal with this subject comprehensively.
Page 64 - That hereafter fourth-class mail matter shall embrace all other matter, including farm and factory products, not now embraced by law in either the first, second, or third class, not exceeding eleven pounds in - weight, nor greater in size than seventy-two inches in length and girth combined, nor in form or kind likely to injure the person of any postal employee or damage the mail equipment or other mail matter and not of a character perishable within a period reasonably required for transportation...
Page 99 - We wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year.
Page 64 - The local rate is applicable to parcels intended for delivery at the office of mailing or on a rural route starting therefrom.
Page 64 - ... the person of any postal employee or damage the mail equipment or other mail matter and not of a character perishable within a period reasonably required for transportation and delivery." For the purpose of carrying this law into effect the United States is divided into zones with different rates of postage applicable to each, except in the case of parcels weighing four ounces or less...

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