National Geographic : 1919 Jun
The needs of Young America must go forward! OF necessity, the war halted peace-time con struction and development. Meanwhile our future citizens continued to attain "school age" and with it their rights to American surroundings. Cities and States, to keep pace with their fast growing populations, will now quickly carry into effect far-sighted programs for public improve ments. The needed money will be raised by the issue and sale of State and Municipal bonds. Such bonds put both men and women to work. Whenever public enterprises and betterments go forward, labor thrives and industry hums. When you put your money into Municipal or State bonds, you collect income, free from all Federal Income Tax. The stability of these recognized premier investments is grounded in the stability of city charters and State constitutions. The National City Company National City Bank Building, New York You will find a National City Company Correspon dent Office in 47 of the leadingcities of the country. Each of these offices is equipped to render unusual service to investors gener ally, and to bond buyers in particular. BONDS SHORT TERM NOTES ACCEPTANCES "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"