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The Rio Grande rattler. ([McAllen], Hidalgo County, Tex.) 1916-1917, January 05, 1918, Image 35

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The Bank of Spartanburg STARTS 1918 With a satisfied feeling of a year’s work well done. It has been our duty and pleasure to offer every assist­ ance to the men of the 27th Division. The keynote of this duty has been SERVICE, and we pledge our­ selves to the same conscientious work, just so long as the soldiers remain at Camp Wadsworth. Open an Account in this Bank and join the Army of Satisfied Customers. W h e re the Soldiers Go I THE BI f \‘ (Feature Pictures) Marguerite Clark in “The Seven Sw ans” Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 7 and 8 William S* Mar in “The Primal Lure” Friday and Saturday, Jan. 11 and 12 Mary Pickford in “Rebecca of Sunny Brook Farm ” Monday, Jan, 7' Douglas Fairbanks in “Down to Earth” Tuesday, January 8 William S. Hart in “The Squealer” and “The Pride of Mew York” January 9 and 10 Charlie Chaplin in the “Champion” Saturday, Jan. 12 Your Deposits AND Our Bank We will be as watchful of your ; deposits, as though they were ] our own funds. Our policy, that . our customers’ interests come ' first, is “Safety Insurance” for | you. Form the habit of drop­ ping in the bank when in town. It is an asset for us both. C entral j N ational B ank I SPARTANBURG, S. C. The N e w ~ ex Theatre C. L. HENRY, Manager Good wholesome entertain­ ment every day at prices within the reach of all. Coming—Mary Garden in “Thais” BY T H E W A Y | If you have any pennies please stop at the box office | and exchange for “regular money.” Whether its cold Or whether its hot We shall have weather Whether or not “Bockbeer’

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