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421.11-6 - Bank Suspensions Since Jan 1 1921
Nonmember State Banks Kansas
Cowmittee on Branch Group & Chain Banking

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

.
I

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O National bank
Name of State

[21 State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

4

O Mutual savings bank
O Private bank

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized

own or City

6-18-1909

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended 11-2-1928

10

lin

osho Pa PiclCounty Tyor

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




241

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) November 2, 1928
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

43,822.27

Total loans and discounts

$ 43.822.27

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

\\`o
‘

2,090.00

Investments

2,200.00

All other resources

9,404.42
57,516.69

Total resources
Capital

10,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

3,300.00

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

g5,754.82
5.461.87
$ 41,218.g9

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

3,000.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

57,516.69
No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

No

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

yes

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . .
1//7/V

Preferred claims.. __2;135.47
General claims

/3.1!7
-74. 0 l.r4t7

28,085-47

_.35_109_.113__

Total claims. . .

-k

7

3.0, v-y741

.
37,244 50

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

ma%
Si. I 7n

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims .
General claims. .
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

no

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

GerArAl clARR of agrieulturat paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen1922

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

100`0 SA-48 930 collected since suspension
1
/

d

444

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

[11 National bank
Name of State

bi] State bank

LI Trust company
LI Stock savings bank
II

Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

LI Private bank

1. Name of bank

}Taw Alban, State Bank

2. Date organized 10-24-1925

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

#10

Town or City

4-19-1226

New

lb

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

-Tils cn

233

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

Apr il 19, 1Q2A,

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

48,9_89,30

Total loans and discounts

$ 48,989.30

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
5,070.96

Investments
All other resources

92g,.93

Total resources

54,987.19
12,000,00

Capital

2,059.69

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

30,239.54
1,787,96
$ 32,027.50

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

None

-

Borrowings from other banks

6,000,00

All other liabilities

2,900.00
54,987.39

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




TT0

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payment to date:

No

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims.
Preferred claims.

-

General claims

--

—

Total claims. . .

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Ye5

If so give:

Jure _2_6, 1929

Daie liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

19,637.22

From assessments on shareholders

5,900.00

Other collections (explain)

6,341.76

Total collections

31,878_.98

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. . . .
Preferred claims..
General claims.

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

—AWOOCVOIX-

56.03
298894_08

Total claims. . . . 29,950,91




Dividends paid from
collections

.5'6. v 1
25,101.72

2.5-,-,1-5-7--5r____
2.
/ 15_7.7s
-

100%
Vi %
•
'K %

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
and poor loans
Incompetent management,
Ai.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

YAs

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
General Class of"ricultural paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

.
cbouf- 192-2

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
Yes4

bank suspended?

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

,00
0
Collected on 10070 stockholders' liability since suspension $5,900
Marah__192,6 —




30c/

A SSP

STilEvrlf

ordered but not collected

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently •
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

•

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
9:3

LII National bank
E

Name of State

e ad
,

State bank

LI Trust company
CI Stock savings bank

•

El

KANSAS

Mutual savings bank

LI Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The New Canbria State Bank Town or City

8-1-1910

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

0

9-27-3.927

ITew Cambria
,

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R System

4. Number Of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County Saline

ap

,-;Artprl-ift.r 27, 1027

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

45,282.52

Total loans and discounts

$

45,282.52
700.00

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

6,257.00

All other resources

8.712.10

Total resources
Capital

10,000,0-0

Surplus and undivided profits

4,000,00

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

33,465.94

Time deposits, including postal savings

13,485.68

Total deposits

$

46,951.62

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

—60,951.62
Nn

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




No

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

No

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .
Preferred claims

_

—

—

General claims.
Total claims. ...

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

Yes

If so'give:

Aucu st 2, 1930

Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

From assessments on shareholders

40,874.56
5,700.00
346.73

Other collections (explain)

46,921.29

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims

_87,32

General claims

_45,317.27

Total claims

45_1404.59




—
41
4_5E4,9_3_

87.3z

l00%

—.4r34£015.-1//, i•q2.2.57

7L7
-Z-

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name) •
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)... Insufficient .Earnings

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Ye A

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Agricultural Conditions

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

About 1924

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on 10010 stockholders' liability since suspension $5,700




\i/ 10/0"

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

fl National bank
E State bank

Name of State

• Trust company
El Stock savings bank
El Mutual savings bank

Ka.nsao

O Private bank

1. Name of bank The Harvey County State

2. Date organized 11-28-19

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

10

Town or City

/9'..
2

Newton

Harvey

Population of town or city* 9,831

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

August 24, 1929

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

:3,997.00
160,215.25

Total loans and discounts

$ 164,212,25

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

,e) 16,912,31
(
(
,
,\

Investments

25,245.00

All other resources

21,224.13

Total resources

227,591.69

Capital

25,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

24,335.87

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings
$ 163,755.82

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

14,500.00

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

_227,591.69
No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
*I' Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

No

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims

•

Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

Yen

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Secured claims. . . . _ 15,000.00

Total payments

off0

Preferred claims...

General claims. . .. 126,180.86

100%

88,326.60

Ria7
441,14eri
0
.a
/ Z, Li,14-7 0

Total claims. . .. 141,299.66

10.

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

/0 o 70

Liao.' *--

118.8a_

Payments from
guaranty fund

70%

T3.27.

If so give:

Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims.. .
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

.

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

no

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1923

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

100' S L '21,400 collected since suspension
k1 9,000
/

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
E1

National bank

Name of State

Ei State bank
• Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

KANSAS

[j] Mutual savings bank
O Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The Exchange State Ban k

7-21-1902

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

Town or City yortonviiie

11-7-1930

#10

Population of town or city*

Member or noninember of F. R System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank
Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County_Jaffr-r...a.on

606

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

1Tovember 6, 1930

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

85,858.21

Total loans and discounts

$

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

85,858.24

)f. 5,597.40
,\
3,000.00

Investments
All other resources

11,406.34

Total resources

_105,861.98

Capital

10,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

17,973_.79

Deposits:
Due to banks**

45..71

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

46.197.35

Time deposits, including postal savings

31,770.13
$ 58,013.19

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

19,875.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Ilas this bank been reopened?

105,861.9B

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

N

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation? Yes

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims... .
Preferred claims..
General claims.. .

48,484.46

Total claims..

/'L, ktr,

12.50

48,496.96

100%

12.50

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

' ..•
3
7

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




t

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment,laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




1928

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
- 5O

0' 000.00
25
'

Collected on 100,() Stockholders& Liability

/liood

e1,700.00

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
09*
Ayt-st

9 National bank

Name of State

State bank
9 Trust company

9 Stock savings bank

•

9 Mutual savings bank

JUN SAS.

9 Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The Olathe state Bsrk

6-19-190s

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

111,0

Town or City

Olafh

11 -29-3926 Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank__
Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

John.- n

3553

6. Condition figures, as of (date)

November 29, 1926

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

:30,873.74
158,551.03

Other
Total loans and discounts

$ 189,424.77
.\(-) 26,200.00

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

6,056.50

Investments

15 024.39

All other resources

236,,705.66

Total resources

25,000.00

Capital

3,796.48

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**

897.59

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

144,955-65
21,055.94

Total deposits

$ 166,909.18

Borrowings from F. R. bank
41,000.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

236,705.66

Total liabilities
7. Has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

No

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

No

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims....

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

'rota' payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_.

Preferred claims.. .
General claims. ...
Total claims. .. .

Yes
If so give:
10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
May 10, 1929
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
-

$ 85,312.28

From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders

21,600.00

Other collections (explain)

42,528.90

Total collections

149,441.18

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . . .
Preferred claims.. .
General claims. ...

181.25
158,817.54

Total claims. .. . 1.58 998_.1.9_
,




ifi.2 140,324.67

--1,40. 5.06-92
7
o
/ tio,c- C91

100-0
9%
-87715-

gr q‘

v2

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Ye a

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Denerrla

Jellitairal paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspenAb cut 1920

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

ye a

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

(7_6/000
Collected on 100% stockholders' liability since suspension $21 600
—Ir 1926 1004_a‘seggrient collected.




FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O National bank
Name of State

• State bank
0 Trust company

•

O Stock savings bank
O Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank .

1. Name of bank The Olivet StateBank

2. Date organized 6404904

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

Town or City

10-8-1923

10

Olivet

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R. System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

08a

275

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

October 28, 1923

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

77,500.81

Total loans and discounts

$

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

77,500.81
695_.55

Investments

#000.00

All other resources

4ga4.01

Total resources

90,210.37

Capital

15,
000-.-00

Surplus and undivided profits

5,81 14.74
'

Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

2529

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

28,829.96

Time deposits, including postal savings

19,716.3;3

Total deposits

$ 48,571.43

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

20,754.20

All other liabilities
Total liabilities
7. Has this bank been reopened?

90,210.37

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claints

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

NO

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

No

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims.. .
General claims. .. .
Total claims. . ..

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated? Yes
If so give:
August 1. 1928
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

From assessments on shareholders

55,279.75
4,200.00

Other collections (explain)
Total collections

59,479.75

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims. . ..




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

25,095.48

q8,6
-it
kIT, r7 (
, & 7
60,0P.5-116Th
-

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

'
488.64
44,511.11_

Vid% c44
24,481.11

c-

44,999.76- 1 / 7.7
14 4

‘s..041:0

100%
/ANK V
/-croli• II\

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Automobile paper

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
Yes

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Cattle raising, agriculture & auto paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1921

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




le

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessmentc

Collected 100% on stockholders' liability $4,200 since suspension
/
1 1

1. 0d
0

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O National bank
Name of State

Ea State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O Mutual savings bank
O Private bank

Kansas

1. Name of bank The State Bank of Oneida

2. Date organized

9-13-94

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

10

Town or City

9-9-29

Oneida

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

•

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

lienah.a

233

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) Sept. 10, 1929
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

89,382.32
$ 89,382.32

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

2,433.16

Investments

2,145.57

All other resources

4,288.53

Total resources

_98,249.58

Capital

10,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

11,354.84

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

49,672.12
7,353.09
$

Total deposits

57,025.21

Borrowings from F. R. bank
19,869.53

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

98,249.58

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




•

S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

No

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so

Yes

give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims...
General claims....

7,259.09_
53,766_,OfL

- .'

—

3vl -. Z.
... ,

$2,259.65

T......rsai•rift1

607,

d 7,tt li.7i

Total claims.... _ 61,025.17

10.

100q

Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

no

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1923

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

100,r0 S L-46 900 collected since suspension

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
[I] National bank
Lia

L
:t

Name of State

State bank

111 Trust company
El Stock savings bank

•

111

Mutual savings bank

1:1 Private bank

1. Name of ban

Town or City

Z •.

Z

0 o33.q

County Cravenrci

o
2. Date organized 4.28..1919

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

10

2-24-3927 Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

The J ohrt G

or Group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




225._

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

FebruRry 23, 1927

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

39,1.06.35

Total loans and discounts

$ 39,106.15

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

4,670.56

Investments

10,748.36

All other resources

6,974.49

Total resources

61499..56

Capital

10,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

1,000.00

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

33r840.48
6,951.08

Total deposits

$

40,791.56

Borrowings from F. R. bank
9,708.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

_61,499.56
Nn

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
*. Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

No

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
0

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims

—

General claims

--

Total claims. . ..

--

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Yes

If so give:

Decerter 30, 1929

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:

11
0,Li /'.1
/
4 $.810.01

From liquidation of assets

2,875.00

From assessments on shareholders

10,842.28
o

Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. .. . _ 10,422.81
Preferred claims...

515.75

General claims. . . .

323Z1.23

Dividends paid from
collections

/C---'f-V-v7--1/
•/./

f.-7,

-11,461.57—

Total claims. ... _ 43,299.79 i/Vt‘o 0--1-3
i




Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

/0,4z>,,p/

/045 7.

/vv-- ,7i1/. 4“./. 4-7

100-;-,

--1/-Vi-V00 'I 3

:...-V.7%

I
--

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values

•

Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)

Pittsburg State Bank,
eittsburg, Es.

Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Ge_neral class of agricultural paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen1922

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?
1922
1923

5Q%

Ye s
5,000.00
1,410.01

Collected on 100% sto




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

, ••

•Z

•

"•

#

sion $2,875.00

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O National bank
Name of State

[z] State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O Mutual savings bank

Jr
ANSPS
,

O Private bank

1. Name of bank The Fariner: Mechanics Bank Town or City Osawatoraie

2. Date organized

8.-18-1893 Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

2-24-1925

- 10
#

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Miami

4486

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) February

24, 1925

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

520,396.37

Total loans and discounts

$ 520,396.37

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
(.
\\O

11

63R41

Investments

46,569.22

All other resources

49,873.75

Total resources

62
8,477.75

Capital

50,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

18,840.27

'Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

410,207.34

Time deposits, including postal savings

140,430.14
$ 5591637.48

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

---628,477-75

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
• Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




No

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
No

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
, guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims.. .
General claims. . ..
Total claims

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

YA

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:

31',,j pa.
$ 358,107.29

From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders

44,940.00

Other collections (explain)

.57,

11,634.59

.4121:1,62.1,4443 —
,

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

/

Secured claims

___39_,500-•00--

Preferred claims... ______3.,040,84
General claims

495,167.12

Total claims. . .. 5371707,97




/c./
7,,
')
/

3 'il'P'
1.
'

5 oi,c7,,V
38_316_,5_5

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

100%
--484*-3-6-7,39-- J
,

78%

14,0 ,
.3
7

7f, Si 72

'

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify).. .Shorte.ge.s .in. In8.ri.0.11$

°mate

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1922

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

Ye a

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

100% double liability $44,940 collected since suspension
Vc0i0 3




•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
11] National bank
Name of State

El State bank
Trust company

LI Stock savings bank

•

11] Mutual savings bank

Kansas

LI Private bank

1. Name of bankThe Osaviatomie S tate Bn nle

2. Date organized

4-22-01

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

10

Town or City Osnmntrani e

4-19-23

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

iiri

4486

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) April 18, 1923
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
313.660.38

Other

$

Total loans and discou,nts

313,660.38

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

15,431.00

Investments

14,260.86

All other resources

50,291.49
393,643.73

Total resources

25,000.00

Capital

4,380.20

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

2.991.50
211,612.08
82.524.68
$ 297,128.26

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

66,994.37

Borrowings from other banks

140,90

All other liabilities

393,643.73

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

iTo

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Limo/tut of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




no

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
no

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims. .. .

—

If so give:
10. Has this bank been finally liquidated? yes
Dec. 28, 1926
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:

.
$ 124,031.52

From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
•

16,300 00
75,602.49
_

Total collections

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
•

Claims allowed

Secured claims. . ..

__-1;e•'‘.0 ,

Preferred claims...

2,720.37

a,52

General claims. . .. 23411
Total

claims...f// e,67_
.J(!7




i

/

Dividends paid from
collections

X Cil 0 GP

1
1

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

I
6P am

1

7 1/co , 3 7

180,140.04

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

10010
, -....,-.

.
4

tiViet004I
•
,
•

65%

7„

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
$ad loans and inability to make
collections

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Agriculture

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

0/heat and corn

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen1921

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




1922

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
18,900 at.atc;g5era
-

Collected on 100% stocIrderst liability $16,300 since suspension

V40
\ 9_6

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

.2/

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank
Name of State

E State bank
▪ Trust company

•

O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

Kar.s.as

0 Private bank

1. Name of bank Osawatomie State Bank

2. Date organized _5-21-01

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

10

Town or City Osavmt.orni e

2-21-22

Miami

Population of town or city* 4772

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank__
Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) December 31, 1921
Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

460,954
.22

Total loans and discounts

$ 494,389.64

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

20,500.00

Investments

31,527.57

All other resources

79,713.74
626.130.95

Total resources
Capital

25,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

25,864.16

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including Ti. S. Govt. deposits

397,243.15

Time deposits, including postal savings

145,578.64
$ 542,821.79

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

32,445.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

626,130.95

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

If so give:

Var. 9, 1922

Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

yes

Osavrat mile State Bank, Osavra.tomie
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

no

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims '
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims..
General claims. ...
Total claims. ...

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidatioi . of assets
From assessments On shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values

•

Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation

X_

Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

rtn

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

About 1917 or 1918

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Stockholders put up

49 900 and reopened the bank.

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

O National bank

Name of State

IM State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

ID Private bank

1. Name of ban

•I • els

•

*III 5,1 I ,

Town or City ()awe

County TAInette

State Bank
2. Date organized

7-)-1 c104

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended 3-1-1922

Tan

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




2050

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) Webruary 28, 1922
Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

25,553.38
186,932.23

Total loans and discounts

$ 212,485.59
\
ft) 9
6,033.93

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

23,523.87

All other resources

28,816.70

Total resources

—270,860.09

Capital

50,000.00
9,981.82

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**

601.67

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

77,954.28

Time deposits, including postal savings

67,189.66

Total deposits

$145,745.61

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

65,132.66 ts

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

270.860.09

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

No

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .

If so give payments to date:
No
(Amounts in dollars)
Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

--

Preferred claims...

_

—

General claims
Total. claims... .

—

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

If so give:
Ys
5-15-1930

Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$ 133,030.48

From assessments on shareholders

9,000.00

Other collections (explain)
207,163.14

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ... _____ ..,
Preferred claims...

General claims....

788.45

138,864,82 J.18,24.04

Total claims. . .. 19653.27— -1
-4- Cf
0,




7/f 47
1

'7J1---1

I

loog
—46
-2-44X
----

1_3,598.80

Ar

,' /,l'

?-5.70

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify) MS p,p.roPpriation of bonds
Tried for embezzlement & not convicted

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
No

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

Prior to 1918

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

;

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Approximately 425 000 ut up by directors for misappropriated bonds of
leftrfor safekeeping
custoneriCollected on 109% stockholders' liability $9,000 since suspension




v.
50,m

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

O

National bank
Name of State

El State bank
O Trust company

•

O

Stock savings bank

O

Mutual savings bank

O

Private bank

Kansas

.o
1. Name of bank The Cswe0 state Dank

2. Date organized

Date suspended

6-27-1892

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

Oswego

Labette

4-18-1924 Population of town or city* 2,050

Ten

Member or nonmember of F. R System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

1,pri1 17th, 1924

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

67,974.42
370,649.21

Total loans and discounts

$ 438,623.63
\

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

11,559.64

All other resources

17,485.32

Total resources

467,668.59

Capital

30,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

36,151.34

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

2,688.89

Demand deposits, including Ti. S. Govt. deposits

159,322.53

Time deposits, including postal savings

154,508.37

Total deposits

$

3.1 6,519 _79

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

71,625.92

All other liabilities

13,371.54

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

467,668.59
o

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

No

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
No

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims. . .
Total claims. . .

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

Yes

If so give:
November 5, 1929

Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$ 142,780.50

From assessments on shareholders

20,950.00

Other collections (explain)

4,818.66

Total collections

168,54-9.16

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

8,651.19

ef
j
,siiig
.

/00 73

21,870..92

.741
7°.`7V

/00 %

General claims

263,172.59

Total claims

293,694.70




Dividends paid from
collections

113,253-32

"" " j
4le
/3.77./t4

-.r0
7 .-;437;

Y37
4

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

_Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name) pearl holler Lills Company
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
nilling industry; general agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1924

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

cni 1 po_tpri on 100'4 stockholders liability
1:20,930 since suspension

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
• National bank
Name of State

O State bank

LII Trust company
• Stock savings bank

•

• Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

• Private bank

1. Name of bank The Mese State _Bank

2. Date organized

Town or City

12 —17 —1909_Date suspended 12-10426

3. Federal reserve district

#10

Otego

Population of town or city* 130

Member or nonmember of F. R System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County Jewell

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

December 9, 1926

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

4,217.01
56,303.50

Total loans and discounts

$

60,520.51

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

10,315.96

Investments

15,384.04
2,794.80

All other resources
Total resources

89,015.31

Capital

20,000.00
2,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

3,8A5.17

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

42,136.8g

Time deposits, including postal savings

12,733.25
$

Total deposits

58,515.31

Borrowings from F. R. bank

8,500.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

No If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

No

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
isT

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims.. .
General claims. . ..
Total claims. . ..

Yes

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

September 2_0, 1929

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:

,17

From liquidation of assets

$

From assessments on shareholders

25,842.83/
13,700.00
8 566.67

Other collections (explain)
Total collections

447-1-efr.757—
)

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . . . ________..4,590.:39 8
Preferred claims.
General claims

1,116.34
4_7;i9.41

Li/4. P;4.
40,587.66

100%
____1411
,7434=1___

-814 V0 4

/
V

Total claims. . .. -- 60,446..14




4 4 1 .3f
:
11

1-

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Gradual .
kbe.x97 withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
,e&ia€ricuiturai paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

About 1°24

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Colleotad on 100% atookholderst liability since suspension $13,700




V
2-0)
0"

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension..

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank
Name of State

• State bank
O

Trust company

O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank__T_he--Partr

2. Date organized 5-2-1904

3. Federal reserve district

st.fd-

ink

Town or City

Date suspended 9-7-1926

4410

Partr icice

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Reno

250

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) September 1, 1926
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

105.845.14

Total loans and discounts

$ 105,845.14
\ 12,500.00

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

3,936.14

All other resources

•

17,507.56
_139,788.84

Total resources
Capital

10,000.00
1,026.81

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

27.69

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

95,245.16

Time deposits, including postal savings

33,485.5_9
$ 128,758.44

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

3.59

All other liabilities

139,788.84

Total liabilities
7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

Ye g If so give:

September 28. 1926

Name under which reopened Partricize State Bank, Partridge
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




•

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_

Secured claims. . . .
Preferred claims..
General claims. . .
Total claims. ..

____

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses clue to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Excess loans

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
Yes

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

Grain farming

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

About 1921

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
Paid

2-6- 1926

10%

10,000

5-14-1926

100%

10,000 - $500 collected

..-- $31.466.00 in losses taken out at time of reopening




•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

r1

National bank

fl
E State bank

Name of State

• Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

KAN'S AS

O Private bank

1. Name of ban

I*

Town or City

.

PawnA a Rock

County Barber

Bank
2. Date organized

7-8-1908

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

12-9-1921 Population of town or city*

Ten

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank
Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




429

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

September 16, 1921

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

9,894.30

Other

174,629.85

Total loans and discounts

$ 184,524.15

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

4,599.84

Investments

14,750.00

All other resources

29,737.73

Total resources

_233,701.72
15,000.00

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits

9,000.00

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

86,45a.9.6
120,668.63

Total deposits

$ 207,122.59

Borrowings from F. R. bank
2,579.13

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

253_,701.72

Nn

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

No

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims

•

Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation? _Ilia_

(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . . .
Preferred claims...

•

General claims. . ..
Total claims....
1

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

yes

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed_7—31-19.24
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
.
From assessments on shareholders... .s.e00-cds

%lot
,

/02. o0
/

Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
_ 7)%
I
_,
General claims. .. . _191,589_02 _136,212,73
Total claims
,




194,589.62

52,801,38

itif
.4/d.,11
189,014_0 1

771

7,

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation.Cashier..servo.d .11:v.(11.p:3.4re.b .pPnitentiary
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Wel4 there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?___Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected an 100% stockholders' liability $12.000




-1 •

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O National bank

Name of State

E State bank
• Trust company

•

0 Stock savings bank
0 Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank The

2. Date organized

Stmtri Rank- (If P_Aelz•

10-12-1901

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

Town or City

4-14-1925

#10

Peck

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Sedude k

210

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

Ppril 4, 1925

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

4.700.00
44,075.48

Total loans and discounts

$ 48,775.48

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

6,668.00

All other resources

10,563.39

Total resources

66,006.87

Capital

ln,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

2,222.29

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

30,773.80

Time deposits, including postal savings

23,010.78
$ 53,7A4.58

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened.?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




lo

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
No

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims...
General claims. . ..
Total claims

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

yes

If so give:

June—La,_19.27

Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

From assessments on shareholders

36,285.08
3,200,00
21.46

Other collections (explain)

39,506.54

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.) •
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims..
General claims..
Total claims




,I
v0 J • 1

05.71
11
4 9,90
51,985.70

33,95.53

33,&24'

100%
647

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name) 1922

B. E. Morse

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
General agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen1920

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




1924

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
100c7,

10,u00

1923 — $9,500
100% double liability — $3,200 collected since failure

J,
v folOG1

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
• National bank
Name of State

E State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

0 Mutual savings bank

mNsAis

O Private bank

; .

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized

6-4-1892

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City Phillipsburg County

Date suspended 2-23-1928

#10

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




Phillips

1,582

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

February 23, 192-8

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

3,928.00
135,1'12.87

Total loans and discounts

$

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

139,840.87
7,312.38

Investments

15,930.0

All other resources

28,513 -70

Total resources

1 03

Capital

50,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

2,531.13

Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

a3,046.4-8

Time deposits, including postal savings

25,11A1 45
$

Total deposits

118,4-87,03

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

20,565.00

All other liabilities
191,584.06

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

To
o

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




17o

S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

No

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims

—

General claims
Total claims. ...

—

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Yes

If so give:

3-25 -1_970

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets

From assessments on shareholders

37,455.43

Other collections (explain)

28,503.38
121,913

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . .. _

5,000.00

.1"0.1,.

e7
/c,,, /

Preferred claims. ..

1,35_4.08

1,3 f'

loci.

General claims. . ..

105,71_54
50

Total claims. . .. _ 111,969.58




105,715.50

UP

! . ... ..:
,

1O0

/1/±74,`/g
9

/0

o

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
A riniiltiirR

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
General olass of a

icultural raper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

kb-out 1918

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




1.92_7_10Z

Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

50,000

Collected on lag stockholders' liability since suspension $37,455.43
Vc i da

d

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
National bank
M

Name of State

State bank

El Trust company
II] Stock savings bank

•

El

Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

El Private bank

1. Name of bank_The PiAreviI le State Bank

Date suspended 1-12-1927

2. Date organized 6-18-1917

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City Pierceville

ik1O

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Finney

75

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

January 11, 1927

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

16,917.3)

Total loans and discounts

$

16,917.31

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

778.50

Investments

3.644.18

All other resources

3,851.48

Total resources

25,191.47

Capital

10,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

3,386.25

Deposits:
Due to banks**

42.50

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

6_, 491.27

Time deposits, including postal savings

3,095.63

Total deposits

$

9,629.40

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

1,215.85

All other liabilities

959.97

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

5,19].17
2

/To

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
*.
Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

No

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation? _ND.

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims
General claims. .. .
Total claims.. .. _

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

yes

If so give:

June 17, 1929

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

From assessments on shareholders

,
3 461 .e.5
834.93
1,236.60

Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims. . ..
.

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_217,21fxstabx__

3 yo,00

310_.011-____
_,7_71_,22

Total claims. . . . 10,111.22
1




Dividends paid from
collections

—2051.91

e71.91'

,3
2 71.11

100%
21%

,

23.7 76

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent(Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Y('s

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
genap&2p'ricu1tnral DatEr

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

owF 1920

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

d
Collected on 100% stockholders' liability since suspension $834.93
90% assessment levied in 1926, but not collected




FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank
Name of State

0 State bank
E] Trust company

•

O Stock savings bank
[I] Mutual savings bank

Kansas

O Private bank

Town or City

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized 6-16-1915

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

10

Piper

9-6-1930 Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Wyand ofte

130

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

September 5, 1930

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

4,823.50
31,382.19

Total loans and discounts

$ 36,205.69

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

'

8,658.83

Investments

4,0 6.93
4

All other resources

2,551695
51,463.40

Total resources

10,000.00

Capital

1,270.54

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

22,8_.59.4a

Time deposits, including postal savings

10,182-57
$ 33.042.03

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

7,150.83

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities
7. Has this bank been reopened?

51,463.40
No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

No

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims

•

Preferred claims
General claims
Total
Yen

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

/
/ 0 c. 7
—

*IV cv g:'

,
5,00000

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Preferred claims..
General claims. ..
Total claims. . .

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:.
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




i'Latb

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

yat

o1jted or stockholders' liability

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
0 National bank

Name of State

State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

The Pitt-Atlilr

State Bank

Town or City

PittsburgCounty Crawford

2. Date organized 2-20-1914

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

2-24-1927 Population of town or city* 20,717

10
4

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

The--d-olug.--G-. Miller Group
* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




6. Condition figures, as of (date*).
Loans and discounts:
$

On real estate
Other

18,405,53

157,204.46

Total loans and discounts

$ 175,609.99

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

(#) 19,273.90

Investments

52.072.90

All other resources

24,199.34

Total resources

211,15E3.34
50,000.00

Capital

6,291.16

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

1,030_24
309,4M.Z9
35,704.28

$ 146,137.P1

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

25,484.64

All other liabilities

43,242.63

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

NO

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




No

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Yea

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims..

500.06

.c.KP;), o 69

General claims. ..

172.07

80,984.4.7

Total claims. . .

0; . 21.3

i ‘74•
l

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

co c..0 L

T
,

4

-8-1-74e4-='

dii

g . til
.

100%

7g,9

75- 7.

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. . .
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent(Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Ni

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture_47i.aultural and__miring Loans

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

Abcut 1.919

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




1926

Yes
100%

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
50,000

4958.70
—Alollected on_ln(r stockholders double liability since suspensicn$12
1 5 4) 6(2 a
/
1
Still in process of liquidation

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

LI National bank

Name of State

El State bank
11 Trust company

LI Stock savings bank
LI Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

11 Private bank

1. Name of bank___Th_eEarrier s & Merchants Sta.±(Town or City
Bank
2. Date organized

8-9-1905

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

4fra_o

8-14-1926

P1a.invi1 le County

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




Rooks

-1-054

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

August 13, 1926

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

26,888.58
130,947.48

Total loans and discounts

$ 157,836.06

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

\ J 7,321.55
<\
(

Investments

13,500.00

All other resources

5,681.82

Total resources

184,339.43

Capital

25,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

11,406.96

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

3.169.32

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

79,
,
105.54

Time deposits, including postal savings

42,411 _47

Total deposits

$ 12
4,986.33

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

22,946.14

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

IT0

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Claims allowed

If so give payments to date:
No
(Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims...
General claims

.

Total claims. . ..

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

Yes

If so give:

December 20, 1929

Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

n,489.55

From assessments on shareholders

19,900_00

Other collections (explain)

23,591.14

Total collections

82,980.69

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims




Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

XIAttzlit_
1 D, g 7g,ix
GO,1151. 76

10,8_78.65

4
General claims.. . . 116 ,1_56.72
Total claims. ..

Dividends paid from
collections

127,065.37

60_,_451.74_

7103cy.55

1005 i
.
52 e7
c
,
--4-4;-

7/j, '3'3 0.3.s ___C_L,170

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
A rinulturfil corditinns

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

Ahont 1921

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

cal 1 acted




on 100 Rtoelcholders
7
0

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
1iltbi13.

Ines suspension t1.9.200

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O National bank
Name of State

El State bank
O Trust company

•

O Stock savings bank
[1] Mutual savings bank

Kansas

10 Private bank

1. Name of bank The Bank of Powhattan

2. Date organized 5-22-1897

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

10

Town or City

1-n-1929

Powhattan

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank__

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County 1-3r°

282

January 11, 1929

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:

$ 10,442.33

On real estate
Other

86,558.51
97,000.87

Total loans and discounts
\>\

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

26,125.00
7,000.00

Investments
All other resources

11,451.01
141,576.88

Total resources

25,000.00

Capital
'

5,842.63

$

Surplus and undivided profits

82,105.40

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

68,829.77

Time deposits, including postal savings

13,275.63

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

28,628.85

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

141,576.88

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

TO

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




l'o

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
Ye a

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

. Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .. . _
Preferred claims...

1061.43

100%

General claims. . ..

6892u.92

706

Total claims.. .

1u61.43

7c>.:::. '7c
,

A

1
19367 u6
.
/
0
69,982.35ii 4,74 .

4.i7

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

72,/ %

Total payments

• Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims.




•

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
no

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

General Class of a•Irieultural paper__

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1923

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




yes

4.14-1927

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
—

$10,125.00

100% SA-- $8,933.33 collected since suspension
)°d
t

O

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
National bank

Name of State

El State bank
[I] Trust company
[1] Stock savings bank

•

fl Mutual savings bank

KANS

Private bank

Town or City Qua nern o

1. Name of bank

The Farmers state Bank •

2. Date organized

8-31.4891 Date suspended 2-18-1922

3. Federal reserve district

Ten

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank
Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County Osage

575

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) Febritary 17,1922
Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

9,261.02
185,336.83

Total loans and discounts

$ 194,597.85

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

9,174.29

Investments

35,402.21

All other resources

12,441.42

Total resources

231,615.77

Capital

15,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

10,474.34

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

107,725.76
88,415.67

Total deposits

$ 196,141.43

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

10,000.00

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. has this bank been reopened?

231,615.77
No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




No

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

No

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

• Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims...
General claims. ...
Total claims. . ..

Yea

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

If so give:
12-18-1924
/

Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$ 81,964.00 /
8,400.00 •

From assessments on shareholders

30 479.48
, •

Other collections (explain)
Total collections

s/vo,epVe. f

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. . .

Dividends paid from
collections

4845E57-

Preferred claims.. _1432
.57_
General claims*




1

-11

.- .--,
4t
i

Total payments

it.gd.I.47
I.! 37.4 7

LI 111,
(17
1,137;"*"
7
.

407_0.39_ _:'i-e---2.2f,„*:1

Total claims.. . M,.0
,

Payments from
guaranty fund

139,294.17

17.34,,,Fita3=ef__

,, /
r,

,,

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

ibelf
e
100%

7
f7.,
7.97.

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension? About 1917 defalcations appear to have started

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yea

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on 1003 stockholders' liability $8,400 since suspension
‘-•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O National bank
Name of State

E State bank
IJ Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O Mutual savings bank

Kansas

O Private bank

1. Name of bank_Tha_Farmers State Bank

2. Date organized 12-2-1908

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City 010n:t;er

Date suspended 2-16-1927

10

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Gove

494

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) February 16, 1927
Loans and discounts:
$

On real estate

5,665.00
99,559.59

Other

$ 105,224.59

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

r, 12,100.00

\2
Investments

7,500.00

All other resources

4,744.75

Total resources

129,569.34_
25,000,00

Capital

2 500..00

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
506.80

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

62,467.49

Time deposits, including postal savings

17,466.88
$ 80,441,17

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

21,587.80

Borrowings from other banks

40.37

All other liabilities

129,569.34

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

Yes

If so give:

November 1, 1927

Name under which reopened

Quinter State Bank

Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total..MQ re. .

.1O. 1Q.Q..t.

0.11Q 5-:bors

* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




If so give:

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?
Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Secured claims. .. .

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

--

Preferred claims

—-

General claims.
Total claims. . .

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

If so give:

Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims. .
General claims
Total claims.




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)
Reopened under a new charter

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

_A_ yricul +awe

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

71-1/”It

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1921

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

Yee'

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected 100ci, on stockholders' liability. `.25,000 after failure. Direcbors
of new bank as individuals placed in a further sum of 310,000 as a guarantee
for payment of liabilities of the old bank which were assumed by the new bank.




3S0 a,

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
El National bank
Name of State

• State bank

‘--)

A
t< .2i_ _1_
0

El Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

• Mutual savings bank

Kansas

O Private bank

1. Name of bank The State E.change Bank

2. Date organized 6-30-99

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City Randall

Date suspended 1-11-26

Population of town or city*

305

Member or nonmember of F R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank__

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County JeweI1.

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

January 11, 1926

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

210,944.72
$ 210,944.72

Total loans and discounts

k9 22 104.02
\ '
5,300.00

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

10,402.20

All other resources

248,750.94

Total resources

35,000.00

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits

7,441.18

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

97,790.30

Time deposits, including postal savings

51,370.52
$ 149,160.82

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

7,532.54

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

49,616.40 •
248,750.94

Total liabilities

7. I-las this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

No

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

No

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims...
General claims. . ..
Total claims. .. .

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated? Yes
If so give:
Date liquidation was completed Dec. 10,1929
Collections:
$

From liquidation of assets

63,858.93
14,900.00

From assessments on shareholders

9,623.50

Other collections (explain)

88,382.43

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)

3,487.70

Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . . .
Preferred claims.

554.19

General claims. . . .150,164.02
Total claims. . . . 150,718.21




_SS I•I
I

7

100%

73,767.06

71/,'32.,1.2.5
-

'M.3 7.

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
and poor far-5 loans
Incompetent management/i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawd:f deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
General class of agricultural paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1922

accumulation of paper during inflation period

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

10y4 S L—(1_4-2 900 collected since
1




suspension

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

20

O National bank
Name of State

• State bank
0 Trust company

•

O Stock savings bank
O Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank______TheETown or City

2. Date organized

8-3-1905

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

-/110

Rantoul

7-15-1926 Population of town or city*

'Member or nonmember of F R System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Franklin

208

July 15, 1926

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

20,134.53
97,466.89

Total loans and discounts

$

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

\c)-\9

Investments

117,601.42
2,847.03
7,700.00

All other resources

16,000.19
_144,148.64

Total resources
Capital

10,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

11,992.59

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

210.72

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

85.33.3.12

Time deposits, including postal savings

36,632.21
$

Total deposits

122,156.05

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

144.148.64

yes

If so give:

July 19, 1926

Name under which reopened The Stat.a Ran1r of Ran-F.0131
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims.
General claims. . ..
Total claims.. ..

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

If so give:

Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Am' ounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




.

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc.. Robbery.arid .Eir.e

O

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

•

Had Loans

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
deflziti on

Decreau in oil _production and

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

10,000 'list prior to closing of bank and collected
100A
1926
after reopening and reorganization.

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

"'4

[=] National bank
Name of State

State bank

El Trust company
El Stock savings bank

•

El Mutual savings bank

nys.,1

El Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The Riverdale State Bank

7-7-1919

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City Riverdale

Date suspended 10-6-1924

Ten

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Sunne

I

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) October 6, 1924
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

17,568.26
$ 17,568.26

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

3,000.00
,

Investments

6,005.81

All other resources

6,189.96
_32,764.03

Total resources

10,000.00

Capital

2,590.52

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

17.755.89

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

550.17

Time deposits, including postal savings

962.45
$

Total deposits

19,268.51

Borrowings from F. R. bank
905.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. IIas this bank been reopened? No

32,764.03
If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




Io

S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
•

General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
•
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims.. .
General claims
Total claims.. ..

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

16,248.82
4,700.00

From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)

905.00
21,853.82

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

-

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims.. . — ., .

.

--12

._

General claims. .. . __ 17,301.35___16436.2-7
Total claims. . ..




17,301.35

... ,
„
.:
16,436.27.__
16,q

3(,.27

95%
'—

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
General-arioldture
What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1c21

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
.....
4

•

: .

.

•.

Collected on 1040, SA —44,700 since suspension




10,

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
El

National bank
Name of State

r] State bank
El Trust company
Stock savings bank

•

Mutual savings bank

K4UM

DI Private bank

1. Name of bank

The Rossville StabsRank

2. Date organized 1-31-1893

3. Federal reserve district

' Town or City

Date suspended

0

Rossvi lie

8-18-1927 Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Sh Aimee

688

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) Austv;1;

, 1927

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

51,036.76
153,396.3.2

Total loans and discounts

$ 204,432.38

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

2-0,880.00

Investments

6,200,00

All other resources

21,855.20

Total resources

—253,368,O8

Capital

25,000.00
2,860.8q

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

93,742.34

131,765.05
$

Total deposits

225,507.19

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
253,368.08

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

iTo

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
yes

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims. . .

/017 4
, .

L 072_,..54_
*

General claims. . . . 254,667,56

/ 07
1G‘4,4 I 0, 5 47
Ira.a...532..42-

164,510.38

100%

1 q. to 70
0

/C•Ctv.71
,

Total claims. . . . _28442394,n

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund
_

Secured claims
Preferred claims. .
General claims
Total claims.




Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation

-7

Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

GAnaral class of

1-(mq-tura-I paper

About .1918

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

.bout 1918

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

26" Oid
/
in proress of liquidation

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

185

O National bank
Name of State

[Z] State bank

O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

171

Mutual savings bank

Kansas

O Private bank

1. Name of bank The Rychnymede State Bank

Date suspended 11-10-1922

2. Date organized 7-10-1916

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City RunnvIned e

10

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County Harper

2°

'
6. Condition figures, as of (date*) November 9, 1922
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

27,638.67

Total loans and discounts

$ 27,638.67

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
'

Investments

4,166.00
4,311.40

All other resources

36 1 1 r.07
.

Total resources
Capital

10,000.00
3.688.08

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
10.99

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

9,554.02

Time deposits, including postal savings

2,291.68
$ 11,856.69

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

10 571.30

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

:;6,116.07

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

'IT
,

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims

•

General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

T`c

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
No

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

_

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims...
General claims. . ..
Total claims....

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Yes

1928

Al

Date liquidation was completed

If so give:

Collections:
$ 14,076.60

From liquidation of assets

1,000.00

From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)

15,076.60

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Secured claims. . ..

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

4

Preferred claims
General claims

10,622.06

Total claims. . .. ___1:(4622-.06




1593.31

9002.17

10595.48

a,7 Ter

n.77)

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Excess loans

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
Yes

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Wheat farming

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1921

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




/es

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on 100/0 stockholders' liability $1,000 since suspension
ej-4/4,W

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

S

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank
Name of State

Ea State bank
0 Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

0 Mutual savings bank

WTS A8

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The Citizens State Bank Town or City

a-2 —18c2

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

#10

Sabe-hbn-

/Tema-ha

3-22-1928 Population of town or city*_2,210

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank__

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

March 22, 1928

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

73,477.82
404,80E1.95

Total loans and discounts

$

478.254.57

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
r\4

5R,979.71_

Investments

84,500.00

All other resources

36,056.26

Total resources

657,799.54

Capital

50,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

25,488.70

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

1.869.65

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

401,317.57

Time deposits, including postal savings

172,123.62
$

Total deposits

575,310.84.

Borrowings from F. R. bank
7,000.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

657,799.54

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




No

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
Yes

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

+
Secured claims. .. . _59 92487n
7,849.59
, fo.,/74,147
,
General claims.. '...e....:,...e-i.ii:

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Ar a 4
, 7e,
‘34

12
7.fily,q

Preferred claims..

151,579.95

i

'
Total claims.. . , -

es7
"ittt 5 34

.J44IP
.
J /7

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

If so give:

Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund
I

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims. ...




Total payments

Per cer; of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values

•

Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

YRA

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

General class of apaper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

lbout 1920

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Ye R

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Colleate41 en 190% s-tockholderal liability since- s-uspension
) )
in process of liquidation

12,734.$

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
• form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
0 National bank
Name of State

III State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The Peoples State Bank

Date suspended 7-18-1921

5-20-1916

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

Ten

Salina

saline

Population of town or city* 15,286

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

July 16, 1923

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

20,500.00
864,499.22

Total loans and discounts

$ 884,999.22

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

34,620.48

All other resources
Total resources

W50,069.15

Capital

300,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

40,313.54

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

27,884.89
867,183-92
42,813..00

Total deposits

$ 937,881.81

Borrowings from F. R. bank

73,.55.15
518,65

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

1,150,068.15

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Claims allowed

If so give payments to date:
No
(Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims...
General claims. . .
Total claims. ...

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Yes

If so give:
9-1-1923

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)

ri.ec

6.,s

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Secured claims. .
Preferred claims..
General claims. ..
Total claims.. .




Total lieLb_ility $1,150.068.15 pa id in fi.11

1005

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify). • Irregular. practices on .part
cashier

•

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension? 1919 Firni- irrau3aritappeared to have occurred when Cashier
branched out into other lines of business which proved disastrous Alsolarge
loans to other enterprises
12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




yvk

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected 10Q% stock liability in full and part paid back
\Q(
1.1 01
- (0_

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
111

National bank

n

State bank

Name of State

• Trust company
• Stock savings bank

•

LI Mutual savings bank

KANS.A,S

• Private bank

1. Name of bank

The Saxrnan State Bainic

2. Date organized—Z161908

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

Saxman

Date suspended 10-13-1926 Population of town or city*

Ten

Member or nonmember of F. R System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County Rice

100

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

October 12, 1926

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

64,565.91

Total loans and discounts

$ 64,565.91

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

°\
1,
0 19,425 00
3,750.00

Investments
All other resources

14,300.2.6
102 041.17
4

Total resources
Capital

15,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

11,296.92

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

35,2E9.52

Time deposits, including postal savings

26,284.73
$ 61,544.25

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

14,200.00

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

102,041.17
Nn

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




No

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation? __ND__ If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

.

Preferred claims...
General claims.. ..
Total claims....

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Yes

Date liquidation was completed

If so give:
3111y 11, 1930

Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$ 20 218.47

From assessments on shareholders

13,226.25

Other collections (explain)

1(1,271.20

Total collections

47,715,92

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Secured claims....

_6911.19

General claims. . ..

_66,619.82_

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

1342tactit

Preferred claims...

Dividends paid from
collections

Total claims. . .. __ 67,318.01




42,007,40

100%
471.1/
L. 3. i 7c)
42,007.40
62,...21y..x..zta___ _____.6.
.
/%

12,7D 4.-5-7

63. y

7,,

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
r iculturik1 f. ond_iti,ons
What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

About 1921

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or othenvise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?
Col Tented on

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
stockholders' liability since suspension $13,226.25
\,1 , 1 0 ad
5

1925
10 %_Aa_a_e_larant levigtd_ftrd collected and capital,m_duced.from $45.000 to
0
$15,000 and all used to take care of losses. $75,000 paper taken out.




FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
National bank
Name of State

O State bank

LI Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

Mutual savings bank

Kansas

fl Private bank

1. Name of bankThe State Bank of Scottsville Town or City Scottsville

2. Date organized 2-13-1908

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended9-24-1923

10

Population of town or city* 1330

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank__

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County 10.tche 11_

Sept. 22, 1923

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate

136,894.18

Other

$ 136,894.18

Total loans and discounts

cx
`\

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

4,788.00

Investments

6,682.00

All other resources

8,815.99
157,1r0.17

Total resources

10,000.00

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits

9,444.20

Deposits:
149.56

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

40,371.70

Time deposits, including postal savings

79.366.15
$ 119,887.41

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

17,848.56

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

157,1 P0.17

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

no

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General'claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

n

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

no

If so give payments to date:
•

(Amounts in dollars)
•
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims..
General claims.. ..
Total claims. . ..

If so give:
10. Has this bank been finally liquidated? yes
Vnr eh 15, 1926
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

13,021.66
2,700.00

From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)

18,981.92

Total collections

34,703.58

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

.•_.

Preferred claims..
General claims

119 351.02

Total claims. ... _ 3.19,351.02




23,870.20

23,870.00
.23,g 70. 00

20

T
2o fa

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
.
Failure of affiliated institution (Name) Union N at1 Beloit, Ks.
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Viheat and Corn
What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen1918

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on locy, stockholders

2,700 since sus en_s -1 on

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
• National bank
Name of State

E State bank

196

• Trust company
▪ Stock savings bank

•

KANSAS

fl Mutual savings bank
• Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

,
ThP Scranton Ste 131a-ra

5-29-1903

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

Date suspended 7-3-1925

1 10

Srnfo

Osa

Population of town or city* 627

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a.member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

;Jul y 3, 1925

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$ 27,371 .08

Other

80,702.23

Total loans and discounts

$ 108,073.31

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

24,418.66

All other resources

82,632.63

Total resources

215,124.60

Capital

10,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

16,920.39

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

158,326-.G4
29,840.55

Total deposits

$ 188,166.59

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
37.62

All other liabilities

215,124.60

Total liabilities

7. Das this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

Nc

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
No

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims.
Preferred claims
General claims...

—

Total claims...

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Ye fi

If so give:

10-31-28

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

148,557.01

From assessments on shareholders

6,645.36

Other collections (explain)

17,915,34

Total collections

173,11%71

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims.
Preferred claims... _9_4.52,92_
General claims:*. 313,692.68
Total claims. ..


&if


f, /51.2.?2_ _100-4
,
Le
/56, os-i..53
•
. • • 4_
2----.9
1

156,051.53

l4.C,2°fis

322,845.60

.044
-

Ai6L-‘-67.--.A-4
-

42 14

-- rrri---4
A
Ar

ear

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1921

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on 100% stockholders, liability $6,645.36 since suspension
I
e

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank
Name of State

Di State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

O Private bank

1. Name of ban

3. II 3

own or City

d

3

Senece

County

New hn

Bank
2. Date organized

- -1924
4

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended 1-30-1928

I 10

Population of town or city*1 ,)31

Member or nonmember of F. R System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

January 30, 1928

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

8

Other

54,820.01
319,024.93

Total loans and discounts

$ 373,844.94

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

(1> \17,315.00
\
(1
J
20,200.00

Investments
All other resources

60,782.20

Total resources

_472,142.14

Capital

50,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

14,911.97

Deposits:
8

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

1,273.15

_363,617.82
22,2915.73
$

Total deposits

387,186.70

Borrowings from F. R. bank
20,043.47

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

472,142.14

Total liabilities

7. 11as this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




No

S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give: .

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
Yo_s_

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

_

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims...

922.63

General claims. . . . 369,444.96

D"V 42

a

7-7 1-, 4 3
,

286,521.70

-7,1

1003
77.10 7.

.

747,

Total claims. . . . _3.70436'460

7i G%
I

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

Agricultural conditions

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

About 1921

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

of liciuidation

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
El

National bank
Name of State

El State bank
[11 Trust company
El Stock savings bank

•

Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The Greta rranod Coimty Rank Town or City Severy

8-26-1892

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

0

1-12-1928 population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Greenwood

521

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

,j

12, 3c1 F,

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

108,275.49

Total loans and discounts

$

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

108,275.49
<\° 7,964.75

Investments

8,022.50

All other resources

10,158.54

Total resources

134,421.28
20,000.00

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits

,994.34

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

75,937.17

Time deposits, including postal savings

37,489.77
$

Total deposits

23.426.94

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
134,421.28

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




110

S. has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
Yes

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims...

General claims.
Total claims.. .

500.06_

4.-0.o 4,

kiio ,4)‘...

108,172.07_

Preferred claims..

80,984.47

80

484.ir

1 ori5

75% ,

,-.."
Ii,kw V3

108,672.13_

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

757o

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

I

If so give:

Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed
,

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

•

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Real estate hadirgs

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

ye g

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Genera] claz_s_of_a. icultural paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspenAbout 1920

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

Colled on
$5,900.00.

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
stocHinlders double liability since suspension
V26): Oa
Still in process of liquidation.

O

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

169

O National bank

Name of State

M State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

0 Mutual savings bank

KAKSIS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The PArrne zs State BankTown or City Smith

9-30-1918 Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

ter County

10-31-1923 Population of town or city*

-10

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




Smi fli

1,513

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

Onilnhar 30, 1P2.3

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

141. 898.45
,

Total loans and discounts

$

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

141,898.45
I

21,526.43
13,141.01

Investments
All other resources

4E12.83

Total resources

191,048.72

Capital

25,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

12,762.29

Deposits:
380.00

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

91,090.10

Time deposits, including postal savings

43,716.33
$ 17)5,186.43

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

18,100.00

All other liabilities
191,048.72

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

Nn

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Claims allowed

If so give payments to date:
No
(Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims.. . .
Preferred claims..
General claims
Total claims. ..

.

Yes

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:
November 13, 1926

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

51,132.86

From assessments on shareholders

10,165.00

Other collections (explain)

19,470.46

Total collections

80,769.32

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments -

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

-

Secured claims. ...

,
/.4/f".f3
&f.k.R13.4

Preferred claims.. . _1,54.9,9-3General claims. . . . _142065.3-6
Total claims. .. . _143 615424;1




1007. _
Lig•Z 70

L111 "Y I
1

Y3,976

61,44a.2_8

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

excess and over loaned

•

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
GAD Aral

Et.

icultural paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen1921

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

Yes

1919

103.

1923

30%
$10,16

_1004
7,s4,_




2, -/Oda

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

2500.Q0
crOleeted sinee

nsi on

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank
Name of State

LE State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

O

Private bank

Jcaxisa.

1. Name of bank_lotith Haven Bank_

2. Date organized 9-19-1891

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

Town or City 2outli Tin veil

8-23-1930

10

Population of town or

Member or nonmember of F. R System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County Surlier

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) August 22, 1930
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

127,623.96
$

Total loans and discounts

127,623.96

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

13,300.00

All other resources

8,989.83

Total resources

149,913.79

Capital

15,000.00
9.618.30

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

81,292.34

Time deposits, including postal savings

35.655.62
$ 116,947.96

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

8,347.53

All other liabilities
149,913.79

Total liabilities

7. lias this bank been reopened?

Tin

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

no

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
yes

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

if. c• a. cy

Secured claims... .
Preferred claims...
General claims. . ..
Total claims

8,000 - paid by bonds -old outside of bank
30 -

/o o
1005

• ift

25%

-

.

403 12
.

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

L.

3°•5 7c?
-

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

.Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

1\To

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or othenvise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

ac1uet
re4,.._431,,st, leh r11 Ars t

ir41151 -il-:y

3 POO 00

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O National bank

gi State bank
O Trust company
0 Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

• Private bank

1. Name of bank__TheEarrar_s_atata—Bank---Town or City Strin

2. Date organized

4-1-1912

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

8-26-1921

Ten

Hi 1 1

Population of town or city* 408

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent. bank
Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County Johnson

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

Ailey Rt 2n, l921

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$ 26,337.68

Other

175,090.34

Total loans and discounts

$ 201,428.02

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

10,429.00

All other resources

11,259.83

Total resources

_233,116.87

Capital

20,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

2,871.14

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

5,774.85

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

91,8.3-4,85

Time deposits, including postal savings

59,080.35

Total deposits

$156,686.05

Borrowings from F. R. bank
43,543.68

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

16.00

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

No

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
No

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims.. .
General claims....
Total claims. . ..

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Yes

If so give:

31-2n-1929

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$ 164,201.79

From assessments on shareholders

17,300.00

Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims

.i

13,688.96

Total claims. .. . _ 2524594,83

-1(

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

.

General claims.. .4 238,905.87




Dividends paid from
collections

/ 3 4fg f
/
135,220.72

/
i2
/Yg /909 .48
aS

104
56.6%

577

t--

11. Causes of suspension:
.

Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)..

. L....Pettyjohn

.cmpEgiy.

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture_Lses largely due to defalcation and
an the paper purchaeed from J. L. Pettyjohn Mbge Company

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the aspen-

sion ?

••
bank
•I
PA •z
52 253.00.
finance American Dairy Milk company, Kansas City, Mo

Part of it used to

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
Yes

bank suspended?

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected On 100M stockholders liability




\17

$17,300 sin

/lc 1

_on

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

fl National bank
E State bank
J Trust company

Name of State

4

O Stock savings bank

•

0 Mutual savings bank

Kansas

0 Private bank

Town or City Spri

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized 8-11-1891

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

1-3-4927

10

•-)

TTi 11

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Johnson

408

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) October 6, 1928
Loans and discounts:
$ 53,513.47

On real estate

193,759.79

Other
Total loans and discounts

$247,273.26
r
, 8,642.73

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

G-W

Investments

15,897.88
41,679;34

All other resources

313,493.21

Total resources
Capital

25,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

18,937.98

Deposits:
Due to banks**
208,274.50

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

61,280.93

Time deposits, including postal savings

$ 269,555.23

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

313,493.21

Total liabilities
7. Has this bank been reopened? Yes

If so give:

1,7-ly 2. 1927

Date of reopening

Name under which reopened Tlip
Loss to depositors on:

Bork- nf' Snri rig Fi 11
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total

There was no loss to depositors

* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . . .
Preferred claims.. .
General claims. . ..
Total claims. ...

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims'
Preferred claims.. .
General claims. .. .
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)
Reopened under new charter

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Am icillture

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Grain_

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen1924

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, volUntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on 1005 stockholders' liability, v25,000

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
El

National bank

ig]

State bank

Name of State

86

0 Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

Kansas

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

The Farmers State Bank

Town or City Stockdale

County

2. Date organized 5-16-1911

Date suspended

9-6-1930

3. Federal reserve district

10

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

Population of town or city*

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




Riley

110

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

May 5, 1930

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

47,257.27

Total loans and discounts

$ 47,257.27

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

3,550.02

All other resources

7,018.20

Total resources

_57,825.49

Capital

10,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

10,600.03

Deposits:
Due to banks**

54.on

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

20,392.37

Time deposits, including postal savings

8,884.95

Total deposits

$ 29,3S1.32

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

5,970.00

All other liabilities

1,924.14

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

57,825.49
No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

TT°

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
Yes

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims..

/03.66

103.66

100%
L'

General claims. . .

27,035.47

Total claims. ...

7,/.?,/3

1_0,814.19

40%
10$ 917.85

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

1 0.2,7
/
0

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

.Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
11.1111.•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

Pnririi n

d Grazin

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

eollected on 1007° stockholders

'i0,0

00

liability

•7no

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
0 National bank

09.
4
Name of State

[0 State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The Citi zens state Rank Town or City

8-54908

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

7-6-1926

Ten

qtaclfton

Books

Population of town or city* 1140

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

6,491-.70
69,94g.16

Total loans and discounts

$

76,437.86

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

18,079.26

Investments

12,454.75

All other resources

14,085.78
121,057.65

Total resources
Capital

20,000.00
7,048.63

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

1 038,1s

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

47 045.05

Time deposits, including postal savings

25,678_4132

Total deposits

$ 73,760.02

Borrowings from F. R. bank
20,249 eno

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

1240E7,65_

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

No

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to clahns

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
N*
(
)

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims...
General claims. . ..
Total claims. ...

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

Yes

If so give:

October 11, 1929

Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

From assessments on shareholders

19,519.46
3,508,63

Other collections (explain)

_2_0.381.83

Total collections

43,389.92

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims...

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

...e.:;.
, 4.

4.00

General claims. . .

14165..2_3_

Total claims

73,169.23




Dividends paid from
collections

41.0o
11.207.2.0

33,207.20

1005,
(
—

-43-ra-1-1121,
-

2/0

31,.2 il.7.6

Lis. 1%

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
r•

lti.u.n.1

nn d 1tim12

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

About 1921

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

2-4— 1c28
10%
10,000 Collected S9,750.00
(Paper out under amount assessment collected $8,166.00
____CD1-1..h_oldersi liability since suspension $3,508.63




\I/ go,,oo

d

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

fl National bank

Ea

Name of State

State bank

11) Trust company
Stock savings bank

•

11

Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

Private bank

1. Name of bank__ThA State—Bartle nf giimmeir i TriTown or City SUTTIMP rfiela

2. Date organized 10-7-1822

Date suspended

8-1-1927

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

3. Federal reserve district

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

•

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

rars hall

431

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

August 2, 1927

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

129,425.23

Total loans and discounts

129,425.23

$

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

(,,"
\'

Investments

30,874.00

21,648.06

All other resources

7,6s5.89

Total resources
Capital

35,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

7,729.34

Deposits:
$ 1 ,14 3-PS

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

79,399.56

Time deposits, including postal savings

48,245.3,3

Total deposits

,
128 788.84

Borrowings from F. R. bank
18,000.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

65.00

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

189,583.18
No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

T To

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payment§ to date:
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?•_Yea_
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

...

.

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_
A•dli

Secured claims. .. .

,-.......k -

Preferred claims...

725.66

•

£*

71/.1

•• . •
-.

88,338.38

115,077.95

General claims

7,1 L L

t

,,,

7
8, ,0 4zi, I/

Total claims... . _0478,o4.61-

19S5

755

7(,. 7o

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Secured claims. . .
Preferred claims
General claims. ..
Total claims. . . .




--

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
General class of acrl.cultural paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspenAbout 1918

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on 100% stockholders double liability since suspension
35/D O
- ,
$27,450.
Still in process of liquidation.

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
• National bank
Name of State

Ed State bank
• Trust company
• Stock savings bank

•

▪ Mutual savings bank

If4-113.44'

▪ Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The Sun State Bank

8-7-1911

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

10

Town or City

Sun City

3-11-1930 Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County Barber

•

139

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

March 11, 1930

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

43,010.59

$ 43,010.59

Total loans and discounts

c 9,683.65

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

9,050.00

All other resources

9,871.73
_31,615.97

Total resources
Capital

10,000.00
3,666.58

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

35,810,14

Time deposits, including postal savings

12,685.25
$

Total deposits

48,495.39

Borrowings from F. R. bank
9,454.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

71,615.97

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

!IQ

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
Yes

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

3,000.00
:1,375.61

/ 3 7.110,

General claims... .

45,488.26

Total claims. .. .

Total payments

A9,863687

Secured claims... . _

100%

i

11,372.06

1
"-1 7
4 -5'er:57

747 L7

/J ,

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

0
/0 a 7

I co o o

Preferred claims...

Payments from
guaranty fund

255

31.4% .

If so give:

Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections
,

Secured claims. ..
Preferred claims.
General claims. ..
Total claims




Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

no

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
general class of agricultural paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen1921

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

100% S/I.,--4,500 collected since suspension




/al 0
06

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
c)

O National bank

As'.17

Name of State

• State bank
O Trust company

O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

KANS.AS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

The Thayer State Bank

2. Date organized 5-271-1000

Date suspended

3. Federal reserve district

#10

Town or City Thayer

11-15-1926 Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Neosho

406

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

November 13, 1926

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

14,950'.00
114,670.3.3

Total loans and discounts

$

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

129,620.-13
2,140.00

Investments

\

All other resources

16,826.77
33,754.10
181.841.00

Total resources
Capital

10,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

9 2R5.21
,

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

90,24n

Time deposits, including postal savings

76,315.13
$ 166,555.79

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities
Yes

7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

If so give:

November 30. 1926

Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

181,841_.00

The Thayer State Bank
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
*41 Intluding certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims

•

Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims... .
Preferred claims.. .
General claims. . ..
Total claims. . ..

--

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
.
Failure of correspondent (Name) 1ederal Trust? K. C. Mo.
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

purchased paper from Federal Tr.

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Grain farming

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1924

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or othenvise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?
1




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

S

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
[I] National bank
Name of State
E] State bank
Trust company
Stock savings bank

•

111

Mutual savings bank

LI

Private bank

1. Name of bank

IçESASS

The Nome State Bank

2. Date organized 2-20-1909

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

#10

Town or City Tipton

11-9-1928

Population of town or city*

Member or'nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Mitchell

230

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)Uomeanbar_a, 1928
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

112,433.75

Total loans and discounts

$ 112,433.75

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

13,087.24

6,000.00

Investments
All other resources

20,881.40

Total resources

152,402.39

Capital

25,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

10,719.52

Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

6,558-.40

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

79,924.52

Time deposits, including postal savings

21,859.95
$ 107,842.87

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

8,840.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

1To

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

/Tr)

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
No
(Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Secured claims. . . .

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

.

Preferred claims...
General claims. .. .
Total claims. .. .

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

Yes
If so give:
November 9, 1929

Collections:
$ 70,873.46

From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders

15,850.00

Other collections (explain)

26,060.73

Total collections

112,784.17

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Secured

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims...

•

4

3 2331 1.21_
a
1

General claims. . ..

• •
: ,•

Total claims. . . . - 106,211.11




102,987,49

1003A

02,I4'7. W

_,106,,,-24-1—i-i---/04,2E1Y

I Si"
/00Z

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values

•

Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify) Tr,r.P EV13-Ar

•

4. 4.4.4 if.3tArlt P.8,4h.j.er

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
Yos

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture C nrn and Inp

farni n

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

192'7

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

ye s

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on 100% stookholderst liability since




V?. 1 00)
‘

RUA

ensior .15,850

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O National bank

Name of State

O State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

99

Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

Farimr k E'er chants
State Bank

2. Date organized 2-3-1903

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City T onganoxie

Date suspended 3-25.4925

#10

Population of town or city* 112

Member or nonmember of F R System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank
Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County Leavenworth

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

/arch 25, 1925

Loans and discounts:
$ 32,774.17

On real estate

233,089.12

Other
Total loans and discounts

$ 265,863.29

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

71,S15.07
,
7,918.33

Investments
All other resources

18,177.42
323,274.11

Total resources
Capital

10,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

17,995.14

Deposits:
Due to'banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

128,491.23

Time deposits, including postal savings

145,728.40

Total deposits

$-2-74,229_.a3-

Borrowings from F. R. bank
14,375.00

Borrowings from other banks

a;684,34

All other liabilities

323,274.11

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

No

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
No

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims..
General claims. . ..
Total claims. . ..

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Ye s

If so give:

1-8-1929

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

94,370.72
3,860.00

From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)

14,706.08

Total collections

112.936.80
$

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)

,

Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims...
General claims4.•
Total claims. . .




/4,L111

15,691 f29

81•'('7•47.10i

_284,-061-47:299.,75,244
-FL

100'70
2g.7

70

R1,527...82
.

dn.•), i 1 11
.
,-

32'j

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Contributing
cause

Primary
cause
Decline in real estate values

•

Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diver
i9ification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
Agriculture

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

Grain

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

A

laratelr 19)8

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

100% assessment levied in 1923

(
2c2)

4)

100% assessment levied in 1924, not collected.
Collected on 100% stockholders' lit_._11. 3 itt..y $3,860.00 after suspension
t
/0?

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank

a

State bank

Name of State

O Trust company
0 Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

Kans.as

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

The Peoples State Bank

2. Date organized D-12.-1911

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

.
Date suspended 12-3-1926

10

Topeka

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Shawnee

62,800

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

Deccriber 3, 1926

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

121,465.89

Total loans and discounts

$ 121,465.89

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

1,659.80

Investments

5,740.23
69,997.38

All other resources

_198,863.30

Total resources
Capital

10,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

15,338.14

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

155,891.78
7,585.99
$ 163,477.77

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

10,047.39

All other liabilities

198,863.30

Total liabilities

7. has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

No

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims.
General claims. ..
Total claims. ...

If so give:
Yes
10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed March 21, 1930
Collections:
$ 64,302.47

From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders

55.1_5

Other collections (explain)

64,357.62

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

•
Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims...

General claims. . .. 154,850.08
Total claims




/57.51r

151.55

155,001.63

sh sy.y. iy
51,564.14

_m1ze7z3:5x89_

51. p.c.14'

loo5
- 33.3%

13.1/ 70

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values

•

Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient div6isification
x and
Incompetent management,bad loans
i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

•

Depleted.reserves

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
No

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture_33 s ellAnfkous clsss of 1on r

tn indi viduals

w1hoiit proper secltri+

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

About 1923

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
Yes

bank suspended?

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on 100% stockholders' liability since suspension —00




v

ti

d

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank

[n

State bank

Name of State

O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The T or onto State Bank

7-1-1913

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

Date suspended 1117-1930

#
10

T oront0

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County'" orison

706

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

November 15, 1930

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

1,471.00
36,253,58

Total loans and discounts

37,724.5R

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

7,058 „R5

Investments

16,000.00

All other resources

5,992.74

Total resources

66.7741.17

Capital

1F.000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

10,S79,19

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

32„_511.36

8,685.62

Total deposits

$

41,19S.98

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. I-las this bank been reopened?

66,776.17
No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
*• Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

7To

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
Yes

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_
,---

Secured claims.. ..

/ ,a.0-

S15,000

/&

cy,

Preferred claims.. .
General claims. . ..
Total claims. ...

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

.Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

TTo

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

N0thiri




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

rat e_ollectarl on stockholders! liability

eoa*

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

LI National bank
[lA State bank

Name of State

[11 Trust company
[1] Stock savings bank

•

LI Mutual savings bank
LI Private bank

The Kansas State Rank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

KANSAS

4-4-1921

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

#10

Town or City Tr ibun.e

4-18-1927

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Greeley

262

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

April 18, 1927

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

1,435.00
39,380.99

Total loans and discounts

$ 40,815.99

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

v\A

Investments

3,410,00

All other resources

7,571.67

Total resources
Capital

10,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

2,734.61

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

1,034.70
26,489.22
1,015.24
$

Total deposits

28,539.16

Borrowings from F. R. bank
10,523.89

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

1Jo

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




No

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
yes

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .. . _
Preferred claims...
General claims. . ..

27,872.17

Total claims.. ..

1, Lfg,k,7

1,683,67

I 4f.r.z.7

_29.455.14

9744 1 °1
9,784.12

l00%
33
11 %)

4-1-14eil---TP

3.74

/ /, L/627,7,1

3g,970

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Secured claims. ..
Preferred claims.. .
General claims
Total claims




•

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values

•

Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

•

Lack .of.earnings

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

aeneral_elass of agricultural parer

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

Ahriif 1Q2

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
b.)

bank suspended?
1922




15e0

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

1.500

0

0:

)e)

Still in process of liquidation

l'abilit

since suspension

$600.00

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

S

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank
Name of State

O State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

Kanso.

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

The Tyro State Bank

2. Date organized

June 20

19°Bate suspended

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

5-22-30

Tyro

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County Montgomery

185

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

May 22,'1930

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

4,188.07
34,756.73

Other

$

Total loans and discounts

38,94:4.80

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

None

Investments

5,900.00

All other resources

6,899.02
51,743.82

Total resources

10,000.00

Capital

8,229.18

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand•deposas, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

23,578.40
9,838.27
$

Total deposits

33,466.67 •

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
47.97

All other liabilities

51,743.82

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

Mn

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

Nn

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
Yes

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. ...

Dividends paid from
collections,

• 1,../'

T4

1005

1

igir i
r

12,207.33

an,51a.33

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

/0 b

,4
id0(

Preferred claims...898.55

Total claims....

Total payments

"Vo

2,058.99

General claims....

Payments from
guaranty fund

33 47_6 81
•
*

— ....1.t,

407,

.

/' At .
- '8

/5v64.iiIf so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. . . .
Preferred claims
General claims. .
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

O

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
general class of agricultural paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen1921

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




es

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

100%--43,750 collected since suspension
/0/ p 0 a

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.
•

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O National bank
Name of State

M State bank
O Trust company

•

O Stock savings bank
fl Mutual savings bank

KATZ S

Ej Private bank

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized

•

- Town or City

10-17-19C6 Date suspended 11-13.4930

ul

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R System_.

3. Federal reserve district

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Gray t

14C

7n7.7c1ifo -r: l2. 1930

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
•

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

255,578.93

Total loans and discounts

$ 225,578.23

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

87,915.92

All other resources

23,700.
48

Total resources

337,195.33

Capital

25,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

15,227.02

Deposits:
715.27

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including Ti. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

367,2,30-63
10,729.61
$ 3.7e ,675.51

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

82,242.58

All other liabilities

36,242.58

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

Ye s

If so give:

neeenber 24, 1930

Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

337,195.33

Grant C ounty State Bank. Ulys se s
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims...
General claims. .. .
Total claims. .. .

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




_

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data,as may be available.

• Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values'
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

VC 3

If so, state what irKlustry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

•

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

fl National bank
Ed

t.
)

Name of State

State bank

LI Trust company
LI Stock savings bank

•

Ej Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The Valeda StateBank

6-1-1915

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

V1cde

Date suspended 11-161926 Population of town or city*

TP'n

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

LELbette

150

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

Noveraber 15, 1926

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

52,015.12

Total loans and discounts

$ 52,015.12

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

22,000.00

Investments

4,500.00

All other resources

9,926.92

Total resources

88,442.04
10,000.00

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

34,771.74

Time deposits, including postal savings

20,750.00

Total deposits

$-55 -52,1•74.—
4

Borrowings from F. R. bank
15,750.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

88.442.04
No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
*.* Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

No

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims

$

Preferred claims
General claims
Total
No

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims...
General claims. . ..
Total claims. . ..

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Yes

If so give:

June 8, 1929

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:

$

From liquidation of assets

12,352.96
5,800,00

From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)

16,231.88

Total collections

34,384.84

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

---37C90610r43130c

Preferred claims...
General claims
Total claims. . . . ,
I




Dividends paid from
collections

'
i055,44-5858,055.44

27,090.97

2.7,090.97
27, 070,4/7

/
46 2 3 %
2
g4/
7 t)

7

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

• Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Bad loans
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)....Vole.of..bus.iness. co..small

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
Yes

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Iprieiiltural c enditi ons

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

About l92
-3

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

1923

6Z

6,000

1925

60g,

6,000

Collected on 1007 stookholders' liability since suspension $5,800

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank
Name of State

E] State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank
Private bank

1. Name of bankTheVernon State Bank

2. Date organized C- -1919

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

10

Town or City

5-4-1923

Vernon

Harper

Population of town or city* 100

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank__

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

-May 3, 1923

Loans and discounts:
500,00

On real estate
Other

$

Total loans and discounts

69,099.38
300.00

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

1,600.00

Investments

All other resources

11,911.81
82,911.19

Total resources

lo,000.no

Capital

3,550.88

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

37171261.34

Time deposits, including postal savings

32,098.97
$

Total deposits

69,360.31

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
82,911.19

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

LO

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

7To

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total

APWO" p
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Yes

If so give payments to ate:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims... .
Preferred claims.. .
General claims. . . .

54, 1.77
42

Total claims.. ..

54,421.77

10,884.35

2 70
0

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so *give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
4.
7
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation..414.07;i MC9C.M4AVNIPtialP3i r. Q21°Ct:
,1
2
7
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
excess Loans

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
No

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Losses largely due to defalcations

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension

1922

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

I es

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Double liability aollected since suppension $2,200




d16DD

-eitA;(1.0-4.d.pyla,vt,t

1 /e.4
1

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O National bank
Name of State

O State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O Mutual savings bank

_KAZIS AS

O Private bank

1. Name of bankThe Vi nla Stcrha Bank

2. Date organized

Date suspended 10-23-3921

2-2.6,1903

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

Ten

Viola

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Sed

149

irtIr

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

SertarnbAr 1, 1921

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

71,217.15

Total loans and discounts

$ 71,217.15

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

2.000.00

Investments

9,330.00

All other resources

11,832.49

Total resources

_94,379.64

Capital

10,o00.00

Surplus and undivided profits

4,000.00

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

63,242.,40

9,137.24

Total deposits

$ 72,379.64

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

8,000.00

All other liabilities
Total liabilities
7. Has this bank been reopened?

94,379,64
No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

No

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

No

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Secured claims. .
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims. ...

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

YR

Date liquidation was completed

If so give:

927.-].929

Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$ 37,1)65.93

From assessments on shareholders

9,000.00

Other collections (explain)
46.065.93

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims. . . .
Total claims




5,987.03
56,454.61_
.__6_2 s441.64

.6717 o 3
18,065.32

"17
V7
/i,o

3

,3,,

24,052.35

100%

32%
38,5

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values

•

Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Wheat Farming

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

3913

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on 10CP: stockholders ti ahi 1 i

'9001) ci ne-e s

ensTh

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
ID

•

National bank
Name of State

E State bank
LI Trust company
LI Stock savings bank
Mutual savings bank

Kansas

Li Private bank

1. Name of bank_ The Farmers State Bank

Town or City

Walker

County

Ellis

11-3
2. Date organized 8-31-1915

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended 11-10-1926

10

Population of town or city*

1 7 -S

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group(. _G. C orthran Banks

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




6. Condition figures, as of (date*) November 9, 1926
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
98,574.95

Other

$ 98,574.95

Total loans and discounts

‘;\

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

8,973.00

Investments

4,750.00

All other resources

6,1(32.50
118,460.45

Total resources

15,000.00

Capital

7,367.00

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

51,355.54

Time deposits, including postal savings

31,622.11
$

Total deposits

82,977.65

Borrowings from F. R. bank
13,115.80

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

118,460.45

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




ITo

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
Yes

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims.. .

,

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

.Ii0

Preferred claims..
General claims...

38,833.23

77,666.47

Stro

Total claims. .. ____77,6664.47.

33,833.23

50G1
la

co (:.)

5.3- .?)
If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims...
General claims. . . .
Total claims. .. .




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values

or

Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc

z

Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
Yes

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

Gent:Irma class of ag icultural apr

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

About 1920

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




ye

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected an 1001, stockholders double liability since suspension
Still in_pr_w_e_s_s_of_liquidation

.010

/.rxici-v(IA 41 Li-vit

/c4

$2,600

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank

[g]

State bank

Name of State

O Trust company

O

•

Stock savings bank

O

Mutual savings bank

NANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of ban

•

:
:

.4

•

3 as

Town or City

rr

County

p ttawatonde

savings Bank
2. Date organized 6-2-1,913

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended 12.47-1926

../L 0

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R. System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




1 ftfi54tr

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

October 8, 1926

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

53,337.00
248,488.11

Total loans and discounts

$

301,82E.11

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

8,926.00

Investments

56,391.00

All other resources

62,416.02

Total resources

429.50,13

Capital

30,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

16,253.37

Deposits:
Due to banks**

614.78

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

174 ,591.94

Time deposits, including postal savings

208 098.04
'

Total deposits

$

7PI ,n4.76

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

429,558.13
Yes

7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

April 25, 1927

Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

If so give:

'Faw Valley State and Savir8s Bank, Wamego
l

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




•

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims. . ..
Total claims. ...

_

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims.
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values

•

Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits

V

Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
"Bad Loans"

Other causes, (specify)

(
Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Grain Farminp and Cattle Feeding

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

Ab nut ]9l

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




No

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

79,Don was re 'red to reopen bank. This amount was paid in,

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank

g

State bank

Name of State

0 Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

0 Private bank

1. Name of bank_TheFarmers_atate_lbakTown or City Washington

2. Date organized

6-16-1904

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

4-24-1922

10

Washington

Population of town or city* 1,419

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

April 24, 1922

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

223,546.07

Total loans and discounts

$ 223,546.07

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

g3,885.00

Investments

11,230.00

All other resources

21.912.79

Total resources

280,573.86
25,000.00

Capital

2,535.82

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**

72.07

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

160 ,703.63
54, 792.99

Total deposits

$

215,568.69

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

37,469.35

All other liabilities
280,573.86

Total liabilities

7. I-Ias this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

No

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
No

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims.. .
General claims.

.

Total claims. . .

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

If so give:
Yes
August 1, 1928

Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

143,773.26
7,400.00

From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections

151,173.26

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

/

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims
General claims.
Total claims.. .




72,500,00
2,593.57

.

20$,483.73
-210,th.30

T.' 0 0
1
,

'
_.___&_,L7 _
,
.

_74641.77

la 6 To

"K.i 13.4 7

V. 00i
1

_80_, most
I4
,
0 4,007,06

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

100%

/42/4<vt
L4.3 li. _M3
1.1 13
_,T,____1

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify) Heavy ezoess loans

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

A riou1ture

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
General a ric ltn e paper
What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspenApprox. 1915

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on 100'0 stockholders' liability $7,400 since suspension

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

O

National bank
Name of State

El State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

KAM AS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The C ommer ci al State Ra.nkTown or City

10-7-1903

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

#10

rave r1i
,

10-9-1030 Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name•and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County. Coffey

593

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

October 9, 1930

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

50,506.08

Total loans and discounts

$_5n,

_ 08

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

7,400.00

All other resources

6,804.64

Total resources

64,711.62

Capital

20,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

9,3 77.99

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

18,550.59
7,03I1 -04
$

Total deposits

26,488.63

Borrowings from F. R. bank
9,045.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

64,711.62

o

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

1;o

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

Ycls

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims...
General claims. . ..
Total claims

.

0

20,755.28
20,755.18

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

,Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits

1/I

Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

TT o

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension ?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




1018

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
-

'
;12.000.00
.
4
42<X 44 4-te-pv
, 2V- -1

1926

-

11 600.00

Collected on 100'7, Stockholders
9./D 0,0

liability

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

4,30
6..s0

National bank
Name of State

1i] State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

KA.NSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

The C ommercia]

2. Date organized

1-26-1904

3. Federal reserve district

-htt.-te Bank

Date suspended

=Pl.0

Town or City

-26-192S

WavPr

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank__

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

n ffe

594

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

June 26, 1926

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

95,480.26

Total loans and discounts

$ 95,480.26
6,100.00

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

10,P44

All other resources

6,998,34
119,422 5(

Total resources
Capital

20,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

8,122.47

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

:F17 _7n

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

54.432.38

Time deposits, including postal savings

32,780.21

Total deposits

$

87,580.09

Borrowings from F. R. bank
3,720.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

13g,422.56
Ire

If so give:

Ouly 21, 1926

Name under which reopened The Commercial State Rank, Waverly
Loss to depositoi-s on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
If so give payments to date:

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims.. .
General claims. . ..

_

Total claims. .. .

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed
,
Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspenAbout 1918

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

1918
1926

12.000
100ro

11,000

Assets removed at time of reopening $40,000

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
0
/National bank
Name of State

Id State bank

LI Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

Kansas

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The Wayside State Bank

7-18_-1914

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

Town or City

5-12-1930

10

Wayside

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County Montgomery

159

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

May 12, 1930

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

60,477.07
$

Total loans and discounts

cfr

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

60,477.07
6 680.00
,
9,038.41

All other resources

76,195.48
10,000.00

Total resources
Capital

4,823.50

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
750.44

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

39,556.06

Time deposits, including postal savings

19,115.48
$

Total deposits

59,421.98

Borrowings from F. R. bank
1,950.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

76,195.48

Total liabilities

7. IIas this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

No

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
Yes

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ... _____ __ ____ _ i
Preferred claims..

r
37,7f/-

39.74_

General claims... .

9•63757
.

48,1_87.89

Total claims. . .

.5g,7

51,64'6.31

.4rif7=7_,3

logi,',
-

9
_7_42, 7,i i

20'
1
/.

1 g.7 7

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. .
Preferred claims.. .
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Commercial liatio4a1 Bank
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Incit3p.eintO.TM . •

j,z

Failure of large debtor (Name)

................

Other causes, (specify)..

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
No

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
general class of agrcultural paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1921

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on 100% SA since suspension—nothing

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate\schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank
Name of State

Dc State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank The State Bank d' Wabbor

2. Date organized

9-22-1903

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

"-10

Town or City

"lobber

9-2--1930 Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Jewell

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) So ptomber

23, 1930

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

47,955.67

Total loans and discounts

$

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

47,955.67
4)
\

750.00
3,325.00

Investments
All other resources

13,901.60

Total resources

65,032.27

Capital

10,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

11.830.56

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

29,051.51
6,516.28

Total deposits

$

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

2,851.74

All other liabilities

5,582.39

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

65,R32.27

TT°

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




No

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims

$

Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Yes

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

55.63_

!
.(i L

Payments from
guaranty fund

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims..

1

1oo.,7„

General claims. . ..
Total claims.. ..

;55.61

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Per cent of payments
Total payments

to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




.

,

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment,laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

lio

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




2-13-30

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
3 )-1
V

(cl(
-marl .9 -24-3_0

3 add

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

fl National bank
Ea State bank

Name of State

O Trust company
0 Stock savings bank

•

0 Mutual savings bank

Kansas

O Private bank

1. Name of bankThe '::ebster State Bank

2. Date organized 10-16-06

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

10

Town or City

8-7-26

webster

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Rooks

200

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

AuF:ust 7, 1926

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
48,138.81

Other

$

Total loans and discounts

48,138.84

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

6,000.00

Investments

2,335.00

All other resources

2,485.50
58,959.34

Total resources

10,000.00

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits

3,412.82.

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

208,36
22,980.02
6,509.14
29,697.52

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

15,849.00

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

58,959.34

Total liabilities
7. has this bank been reopened? no

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

No

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation? No

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims.. .
General claims. . ..
Total claims. . ..

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated? .Yes

If so give:
Oatober 4, 1929

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidatiop of assets

2,930.76

From assessments on shareholders

4,320.14

Other collections (explain)

15,900.27

Total collections

23,151.17

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims




Payments from
,guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Abexpeteceoex
7 50
,

General claims. . . . 27,868.13
Total claims.. . .

Dividends paid from
collections

27,875.13

2,934.65

7.SO
42,,A.6..,
.12.7 .
2
12, q112.1.s"

•
•.
•.
"
%.9Z__

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Gradual
+regq withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
A rioultural CarldJtions
What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

About 1921

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on 100% stockholders' liability since suspension $4,320.14




kko,D60

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

ID National bank
E State bank

Name of State

-4 ,,-COO

O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
0 Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

LI Private bank

Town or City Wells

1. Name of bank___4he_2/fells State Batik_

2. Date organized

6-6-1914

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

Ottawa

11-234923 Population of town or city*
-75

#10

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank
Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

NovemihAr 22, 1923

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

29,518.22

Total loans and discounts

$

29,518.22

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

3,051.91

All other resources

3,395.30

Total resources

35,965.43

Capital

10,000.00
3,066.98

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

14,307,28
2,691.17

Total deposits

$

16,998,45

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Boi-rowings from other banks

5,900,00

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

35,965,43

NO

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




No

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
No

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_

.

Secured claims.

Preferred claims...
General claims

_

Total claims. .. .

.

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Yes

Date liquidation was completed

If so give:

11.-5-1925

Collections:
$

From liquidation of assets

20,282.57

From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections

20,282.57

Offsets to cldims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims.. ..
Preferred claims
General claims

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

.0
4.00

ii,

13,951.26----9-,626-.37

• Total claims. .. . _13,955.263




Dividends paid from
collections

7 30.037

if

nog,
q•6 y4,3 7
69%
7te7.17 67%

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
11
Other causes, (specify) x1113-NINVIIRCWARSAVIXtrffSMSIS.41 Very
bank earnings not sufficient to continue.
Some
frozen stockholders' loans.

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
Agriculture

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

Wheat

What..was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1923

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




No.

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
by
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank

O

State bank

Name of State

O Trust company
O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

KAIIS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank The Mineral Kansas State Rank Town or City

2. Date organized

7-9-1903

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended 10-2-1930

41 0

—e st Yire ralCounty

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




Cher okee

491

Oct ober 2, 1930

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

83,005.49

Total loans and discounts

$

83,005.49

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

24,111-8S

All other resources

8,166.44

Total resources

123,369.05

Capital

15,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

7,545.67

Deposits:
Due to banks**

3.089.33

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

64,339.67

Time deposits, including postal savings

26,233.38
$

Total deposits

93.662.38

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

7,125.00

All other liabilities

36.00

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

123,369.05

ITh

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

7T n

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Ye s

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Secured claims...

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

/3 7a' .7v
,
9.
13 749.75 ',Postal SaArip-s .crolri-, pc, id ly bonds serf'.
..
7-7a

270.22

Preferred claims.

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

/
0 •rc,
•- •
J
100
%

General claims. . ..
Total claims. . . /

/

/'

.?_77_

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

7
0
, /c,c, 7
2 ,

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims.




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

• Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
,re

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

1(128

-

90'=/

7,500.nn

1027

- loq%

n5,000.00

1929

-

40%

6,000.00

Collected on 100% Stockholders' liability
v)

od

32,200.00

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank
Name of State

E State bank
O Trust company

•

• Stock savings bank

fl Mutual savings bank

Kansas

• Private bank

1. Name of bank The Citizens State Bank

2. Date organized 1-26-09

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City Vie stmor eland

Date suspended 10-16-26

10

Population of town or city* 420

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County Pottawatomie

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

October 15, 1926

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

92,936.81
$ 92,936.81

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

0\ 9,500.00
`•5`-

Investments

5,500.00
25,994.10

All other resources

133,930.91

Total resources
Capital

20,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

12,438.54

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including Ti. S. Govt. deposits

57,384.83

Time deposits, including postal savings

27,655.07
$

Total deposits

4,039.90

Borrowings from F. R. bank
16,452.47

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

133,930.91

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

/To

If so give:

Date of reopening
* Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

*Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
. ** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Aniount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
No

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims...
General claims.. .
Total claims. . .

If so give:
10. Has this bank been finally liquidated? Yes
December 15,1927
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
$

From liquidation of assets

50,,199.10

From assessments on shareholders

18,120.00

Other collections (explain)

16,452.47

Total collections

84,771.57

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims...

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

-,

• ,

26
q,j&D, ,

4,160.20

General claims. . . . 72,919.20
.
_
774079. 40
.
Total claims




Dividends paid from
Collections

72 919.20

100%

723/1..3o
079./14)

77-071. VD

100%

100%

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Gradual
Itmgc withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
Nn

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

About 1920

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




YR S

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

0
1 31
Collectod on 10 . stnclrholders liability since suspension
Paid out in full-

egii 0

$18,120.00

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank

•

C)

Name of State

[E] State bank
O Trust company

•

O Stock savings bank

LI Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The Farmers St.irta Batik

4-8-1898

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City 'ire si-.Tntirelard

Date suspended 5-28-1926

;1c)
1,1

Population of town or city*_

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank"

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Pn-hf.awat cede

Ml_

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

11 .ay 27, 1926
:

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

339,876.08

Total loans and discounts

($
X9

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

139,876.08
20,500.00
4,900.00

All other resources

11,688.45

Total resources

176,964.53

Capital

40,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

11,895.42

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

86,947.44

Time deposits, including postal savings

22,196-67

$

Total deposits

109,144.11

Borrowings from F. R. bank

15,9,25.no

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?
Date of reopening

176.964.53

Ye

If so give:

June 28, 1926

Name under which reopened Farmers State Rank, We stmoreland
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims...
General claims. .. .
Total claims. . ..

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims...
General claims. . ..
Total claims. .




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Agriculture

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

Wheat and corn

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen1921

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




1926

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
75%

30,000

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

fl National bank
E State bank

Name of State

-1(
ft ..
"

O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

LI Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank_Wetmore State Bank

2. Date organized 6-27-1891

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City Wetmore

Date suspended 4-21-1926

_IL

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Nemaha

452

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) April 20, 1926
Loans and discounts:
$

On real estate
Other

3,564.59

128,674.36

Total loans and discounts

$ 132,238.95

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

‘ 1 28,214.00
,1,1

Investments

9,600.00

All other resources

6,909.15

Total resources

—176,962 10

Capital

20,000.00
2,892.75

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

57,895.74

Time deposits, including postal savings

ZS 24S.08

Total deposits

$ 94,141.82

Borrowings from F. R. bank

None

Borrowings from other banks

10,000.00

All other liabilities

49,927.53

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Iricluding certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

No

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims

Per cent of loss
to claims

$

Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

No

(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Dividends paid from
collections

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_

Secured claims
Preferred claims...
General claims. . ..
_

Total claims.. ..

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Yes

If so give:

July 20, 1928

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:

$ 39,178.22

From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders

14
4500,00

Other collections (explain)

11,233.15
—64,911.37

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims...
General claims... .
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

—ILXIOCCDPM_
to 0,0_..
.
C
SI,•31&013
--661-494-.88-

100.05
1CX42,72.12. 56,396.83
la),272.77

•

5.1.,11t.gq

100
:2
5„.3.,&. %
=41.a1P-tr

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

General Ag,r icultural C onditions

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1920

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?
1923

10Z

Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

20,000

Collected on 100% stockholders' liability since suspension $14,500




FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
by
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank
Name of State

DI State bank
O Trust company

•

O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

,K41,1$41.S

O Private bank

1. Name of bank TI^e Farriers State Bank

2. Date organized

4-11-1010

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

Date suspended 12-27-030

711-10
,

That rrn

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Pottawatend e

170

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

' December 27, 1930

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

156,A-84-36

Total loans and discounts

$

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

r\

156, -R4.76
4
5,000.00

Investments

15,381.52

All other resources

36,146.81

Total resources

213,012.69
30,000.00

Capital
Surplus and undivided profits

9,71
10.55

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

,
Ann.11
48,865.22

Total deposits

$

1.12,265.7
,7

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

27,004.98

All other liabilities

34,001.83

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

21s 03.2.69
,
o

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




0

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
Ye s

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Secured claims

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

/0.....

Zof‘..7.-93

L 6 I 963.33

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Preferred claims...
General claims. . .

_

Total claims.. ..

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

_Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits..
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on I On "Sfno 111 radn r_s
,

3d

.8,1700.

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
ill

National bank
Name of State

State bank
Li Trust company
LI Stock savings bank

•

Mutual savings bank

Li Private bank

Town or City l'ihe ele r

1. Name of ban

2. Date organized 6-14-1920

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

I 10

4-244928

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank__

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County rhe enre

18

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

'prU 2, 3C1nr,

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

38,826.00

Total loans and discounts

$

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

38,826.00

Y\

Investments

5,000.00

All other resources

4,640.83

Total resources

48,466.83

Capital

10,000.00
4,4:18.77

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
8.0C

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

39,938.33
4,359.31
$

Total deposits

24,30F.44

Borrowings from F. R. bank
9,742.62

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

48,466.83

•Total liabilities
7. Has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




No

8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

Tr n

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims...
General claims
Total claims. . ..

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

Yes

If so give:

March 17, 19.30

Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

22,865.53
7,450.00

From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)

30,315.53

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars) $796.64 returned to stockholders
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims. . ..




26 99E428
4
26,998.28

26..998.28

26,998.28

100%

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation.

t9-

s of deposits

Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent(Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)..Too. near. St.. Francis .and .Bird • City • —
No business

•

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
Yes

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

rilneat and_ C'. orn

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

nen1 ire tn deposits since 1223

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected an 100% stockholders' liability since suspension $7,00




FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank
Name of State

• State bank
O Trust company

•

O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

1c4NS-W

0 Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The American State Bank

11-27-1900

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

Date suspended 6-19.4923

#10

Winhite

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Redryi ck

99,300

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

larch 17, 1927

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

2,425,193.06

Total loans and discounts

$ 2,425,193.06

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

8,164.50
‘K
)

Investments

2,104,703.82

All other resources

1,111,579.31

Total resources

5,649,640.69

Capital

150,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

242,133.71

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

29R ,Ren.2R
3,864.851.15
R03,425.55
$ 4,966.476.98

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

1914nno.00

All other liabilities

100,030.00

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

5,649,-640.69
Ye s

If so give:

rust; 25, 1924
Date of reopening iiie
Name under which reopened The State Reserve Bank, VTic1 ita
,
Loss to depositors on:
Secured claims

Amount of loss

'Per ent f loss
f claims
ro
-4

Preferred claims
General claims
Total
• * Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ...
Preferred claims.. .
General claims. . ..

_

Total claims.. ..

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims.
General claims. .
Total claims. . ..




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values

•

Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise,'etc

t./

Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)
Reorganized and reopened under new charter
Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1918

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




No

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Guaranteed bankz purchase4 ntrink

40Q per share,large depositors bought

stock with 49% of aeposit and received 60% in cash

aerti

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

fl National bank
lI State bank

Name of State

Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

K.ANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank The Exchange State Bank

2. Date organized

8-9-1919

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

#10

Town or CityWichita

Sedgariok

4-21-192--1'opulation of town or city* 99 ZOO
2--

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

April 20, 1922

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
223,447.65

Other
Total loans and discounts

$

223,447.65

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
cA5
er

Investments

8,225.00

All other resources

47,726.05

Total resources

_279,398.70

Capital

50,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

1 1,985.74

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

2.233.52
122,448.63
43,832.74

Total deposits

$

168,514.89

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

48,780.00

All other liabilities

118.07

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters•of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

No

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

No

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)

Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . . .
Preferred claims..
,
General claims. ..
Total claims...

-

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Yes

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
$

From liquidation of assets

142 387,73
•
19,370.00

From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)

161,757.73

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims. . ..

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

_ ,

l00%,....
70

Preferred claims.. •
General claims
Total claims... .




135 -16-9-0.5
4
145,400.11

—82-,-45-3-.113
fl/iili./CL

N

43.7 75

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Contributing
cause

Primary
cause
Decline in real estate values

•

Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify).....eurohased,.papar fr.crin.outside
territory, "Okalhoma"

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?
If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1920

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

Collected on 10

.TO

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

g stockholders' liability $19,370 sinoe

suspension

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank

a

State bank

Name of State

O Trust company

•

O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

K.a./Isa,s

O Private bank

1. Name of bank The Gus rnntee Sf.ate Bank

2. Date organized 3-23-1918

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

Town or City

8-6-1930

10

Vu clii tn

1
Sec- 07i clic-

Population of town or city* 99,300

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) i5u.ust 6, 1930
Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

152,700.80

Total loans and discounts

$ 153,700.80

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

40,400.00
t)!\'‘)
I

Investments

142,057.11

All other resources

207,622.96

Total resources

_542.770.87

Capital

50,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

15,136.05

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

3,852.50
393,5(;5.60
40,815.4]

Total deposits

$438,133.51

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

39,500.00

All other liabilities

1.31

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

542,770,87
no

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
.** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




•

S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

af-f-t 07-4,1,e..e.,,....4_7t...-,
4

Secured claims
Preferred claims..

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

A,.

,.

(
----'

General claims.

1

.

:

..,
I
47i /#
‘
‘"*
C4 7 %th.. '41-"--A-----eri-4-4-4--(---4 '
Total claims --'41/"Le
"
,0
9
_.,•.J2..-At.--A-7=s-t-----0
4
.
10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

.Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)14,4e,%

4
1

Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

?To

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or othenvise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

O

National bank
Name of State

O State bank
[2, Trust company

•

O Stock savings bank
O

Mutual savings bank

Kser.sas

O Private bank

• 1. Name of bank Guarantee Title & Trust Co. Town or City ITichita

Date suspended 8-6-1930

2. Date organized 5-21-1915

3. Federal reserve district

10

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank__

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County Sedmick

99,300

6. Condition figures, as of (date*) Ailsu st 5, 1930
Loans and discounts:
$ 24,900,00

On real estate
Other

343,853.32

Total loans and discounts

368,763.32

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

101,617.10
1,253,837.74

Investments
All other resources

628,080.35
2,,a52,22Ba3j

Total resources
Capital

200,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

5,371.58

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

629,030.07

Time deposits, including postal savings

563,909.35

Total deposits

$1,192,939.42

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

166,250.00

All other liabilities

787,737.31

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

2,352298.31

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections '

C 'ins allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund
„.

.,,,, .
•,

Secured claims. .

,v

#
•

Preferred claims
General claims.1.'!/1-7,--.

„•cri.-4.-_-e•,—..-.-.--I.- —

,

..

_te..277A
,

4I
.

v

•

/

1
7

,
•

- e
-et.•____

42 -..

42.,
Total claims. . ..

Per cent of payments
Total payments
to claims allowed
..
,••,

.4

, 4
41.4••••••••.4--.4 ,-e

eWt--C-

,
10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

If so give:

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify)

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

LV
What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank

[N

State bank

Name of State

O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

0 Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of ban

The Industrial State Bank

2. Date organized 5-10-1907

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

Date suspended 1-25-1926

:1-10

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

-Tichita

County Sedgwick

Population of town or city* 99.300

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

None

Outside city of parent bank** None

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




No

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

January 25, 1926

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$ 144,129.76

Other
Total loans and discounts

$ 144,129.76

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

2,725.00

Investments

20,520.00

All other resources

151,6R4.83

Total resources

___31q,n59.59

Capital

20,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

6.676.64

Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

201,140.68

Time deposits, including postal savings

84,506.02

Total deposits

$ 2857646.70

Borrowings from F. R. bank

None

Borrowings from other banks

None

All other liabilities

6,736.?5

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened? Yes
Date of reopening

319,099.11
If so give:

February 2, 1926

Name under which reopened Industrial State Bank, Vachita
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Secured

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

claims

Preferred claims.. .
General claims
Total claims. ... _

_

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims. . . .
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

'

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values

•

Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify). LP.s.Q . 1p.
bank

•

P-.Qc .. .

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

4
-t- frte/L 7k(d ka-e-1 )
Ye-s (;r 2

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen1924
sion?
them in 1924.

Liquidating the Assets of another bank which merged with

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




1924
1926

Yes
100%

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
20,000

An assessment of 2005 levied on capital stock or

40,000

64,988.84 losses in liquidation account removed at time of reopening
of bank.

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
O

National bank
Name of State

• State bank
O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank_i_The Farmers State Bank

2. Date organized 11-15-1904

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

Town or City

9-a0-1q 25

#10

VYils on

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System__

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Ellsworth

1080

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

September 30, 1925

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

23,721.01)
219,641.75

Other
Total loans and discounts

$ 243,362.75

A

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

c•

Investments
All other resources

3,363.20
1,375.00
46,431.96

Total resources

294,532.9)

Capital

10,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

38,625.86

Deposits:
Due to banks**

$

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

2,509.92
113,947.45
91,864.62

Total deposits

$ 208,321.99

Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

23,536. •82
1
,

All other liabilities

14,048.24

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
• * Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

Tfo

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

No

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections
•

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

,

Secured claims. . ..
Preferred claims .
General claims. . ..
Total claims. . ..

•

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

ye5

Date liquidation was completed

If so give:
February 25, 1909

Collections:
$_116
4800.08

From liquidation of assets

9,300.00

From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)

33.916.04

Total collections

130,016.12

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

,

Secured claims. . ..

, •

Preferred claims...

2,977.31

le

281 150.28

General claims.
Total claims




:284,127..

113,888.97

,
2 f77. 1 /
//3, Mg.qT
I.I.Z 4/063
4
f/6,366.21

100%

40.5•70'
4 -11€4—
-0

`i/,/ 70

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name) Weber Mills, Salina
Other causes, (specify) Speculation of officers

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Wheat farming and financing milling interests

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1921

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on 1003 stockholders' liability $9,300 since suspension




Jio oe

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following

fl National bank

Name of State

0 State bank

•

LI Trust company
LI Stock savings bank
[1] Mutual savings bank

Kansas

LI Private bank

1. Name of bank

The 71nifred State Bank

Date suspended 10-28-26

2. Date organized 1-13-11

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City Winifred

10

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Marshall

50

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

pctober 28, 1926

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
40,404.10

Other

$ 40,404.10

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

3,900.00

All other resources

4,808.39
49,112.49

Total resources

10,000.00

Capital

4,058.72

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

17,018.77

Time deposits, including postal savings

18,005.54
$ 35,024.31

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

29,46

All other liabilities

49,112.49

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

no

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

no

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
no

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. ..
Preferred claims.:
General claims. . .
Total claims. ..

If so give:
10. Has this bank been finally.liquidated? Y°
AuRust 1, 1927
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
$

From liquidation of assets

27,484.76
10,000.00

From assessments on shareholders

25,68

Other collections (explain)

37,510.44

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Payments from
guaranty fund

Dividends paid from
,
collections

•
Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims
Preferred claims.. .
4
General claims. . . . 3,076.65
Total claims. . . . 34,076.65




34,076.65

S

34,076.65

100?!,

3 Y, olt,Gs'

/00 7t,

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)Ins.uffiq:it ToJmne of bps ,nes

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

No

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
eenwoots61

jeultural paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

About-. 1920

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments
(9)

Collected on 100, gtockbQlderst jJAlDIlitysince ffupension $10O00
Paid out in full,rcturned 50% stockholders' liability to stockholders

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
EI National bank

54

Name of State

E] State bank

O Trust company

•

o

Stock savings bank

fl Mutual savings bank

o

Kansas

Private bank

1. Name of bankThe

r R:ht State Bank

2. Date organized 9-8-1915

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

Date suspended 1-25-1923

10

iriht

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County ForJ

75

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

•
April 25, 1923

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
40,859.20

Other

$ 40,859.20

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts
Investments

3,175.00

All other resources

1,491.18
45,525.38

Total resources

10,000.00

Capital

1,975.73

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits
Time deposits, including postal savings

19,702.11
1,555.08
$ 21,257.19

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank

11,786.34

Borrowings from other banks

506.12

All other liabilities

45,525.38

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

TTo

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to clainis

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

No

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:
(Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Claims allowed

Secured

Payments from
guaranty fund

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Total payments

claims

Preferred claims...
General claims

_

Total claims

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

If so give:
Y°3
Feb 25, 1925

Collections:
$ 17,163.29

From liquidation of assets

1,722.91

From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)

18,886.20

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims. . . .
Preferred claims

311.68
20,419.86

5,093.63

4
Total claims.. .. _2_0 ,131.54_

%/f V.--4 sa /

General claims




.9/A 4f

3 II. .cf

ve,13,1.41
15,044.98

-ae-rtrit-761
-

1005
••,.(.70
..
71.1.%

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)... ViticlInticpcir4xWOOPRfniciMiCIAMS Excess loans

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
No

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
General agriculture

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1923 - excess loans

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or othenvise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Y es

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on 1003 stockholders' liability $1,722.91 since suspension

•

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
[1] National bank
Name of State

• State bank
1111

Trust company

DI Stock savings bank

•

Mutual savings bank

am.As

• Private bank

1. Name of bank Thel 7arah StBtE BA rir

2. Date organized

9-15-1919

3. Federal reserve district

Date suspended

140

Town or City

9-22A927

"arta)

Population of town or city*

Member or nonmember of F. R. System_

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank_

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

Jnlinnon

q0

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

September 22, 1927

Loans and discounts:
On real estate

$

Other

3,173.65
49,194.45

Total loans and discounts

$

52,366.10

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

3,300.00

Investments

2,361.00

All other resources

11,543,20

Total resources

69,570.30

Capital

10,000.00

Surplus and undivided profits

4,612.96

Deposits:
84.54

Due to banks**
Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

35,851.05

Time deposits, including postal savings

10,357.1.0

Total deposits

$

46,2921,59

Borrowings from F. R. bank
8,664.50

Borrowings from other banks

.35

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

ro

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

No

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:

Per cent of loss
to claims

Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Claims allowed

If so give payments to date:
No
(Amounts in dollars)

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

Secured claims.
Preferred claims. ..

_____

General claims
Total claims. . ..

.10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?

Yes

If so give:

August 16, 192-9

Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets

$

34,823.50
5,500.6)

From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)

14,377.21

Total collections

54,700.71

Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

i 35:00
afq, lig. vy

l00%
gz 7
D

Secured claims. ... __,M;ceatit.=
Preferred claims

.135.00

General claims. i _604861.77 ___49,914_.1.4_
4
J.
Total claims. .. . _60,996.27




Q44
-

CO,01/7. Ye/

1?2 X

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify) Yo1r.. of. .111.1? j..D.QS.

•

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
Yes

or agriculture?

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
kgriculturd paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspen192)

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




1922
1926

Y0
25°7
.
11%

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

2,500
1,100
Collected on 100% stockholders' liability since suspension 0,500

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH, GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921

•

Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
0 National bank

Name of State

Eti State bank

O Trust company
O Stock savings bank

•

O

Mutual savings bank

KANSAS

O Private bank

1. Name of bank

_The Farmers State 'Rank

2. Date organized 11-1-1904

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City Zed,

Date suspended 3284925

#10

Kiripnn

Population of town or city* 159

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank
Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

T.Tarn,}1 2R

1925

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
Other

104,035.36

Total loans and discounts

$ 3 04,035.36

Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

19,6180 8

Investments

5.100.00

All other resources

8,731.80

Total resources

—137,485.34

Capital

15,000.00
4,753.67

Surplus and undivided profits
Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

272.52

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

66,974.88

Time deposits, including postal savings

30,707.22
$ 97,954.62

Total deposits
Borrowings from F. R. bank
Borrowings from other banks

19,777.05

All other liabilities
Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




S. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

If so give:

No

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Per cent of loss
to claims

Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss
Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
No

9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

•

Secured claims. .. .
Preferred claims. . .
General claims. ...
Total claims

Yes

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed

If so give:

Larch 28

1927

Collections:
$

From liquidation of assets

39,017.41
14,800.00

From assessments on shareholders

21,028.00

Other collections (explain)

74,845.41

Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:
(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured claims... . _
Preferred claims
General claims

j

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

.
i
4i.le.11, ..- 7
,

149.52
95,-6-20-.46--

Total claims.. . .1 95_,769,A---




Dividends paid from
collections

1OW,

____66,44:45-r74
4-,

66,256.27
•

69. 3%
---ra•g*

L.4.404'./1

49,3 70

•

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc

•

Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)

•

Other causes, (specify) Excess loans

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Wheat farming

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspension?

1920

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?




Yes

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

Collected on 100% stockholders liability $14.800

FEDERAL RESERVE COMMITTEE ON
BRANCH. GROUP AND CHAIN BANKING

BANK SUSPENSIONS SINCE JANUARY 1, 1921
Report on a separate schedule each bank closed to the public either temporarily or permanently
by supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of directors on account of financial difficulties. This
form should not be used for merged or consolidated banks but should be used for those banks suspended on account of financial difficulties, even though they are subsequently taken over by other
institutions. In case a bank has suspended more than once a schedule should be made out for each
suspension.

Type of bank reported—check
appropriate one of the following
0 National bank

g

Name of State

State bank

0 Trust company
0 Stock savings bank

4

0 Mutual savings bank

KIN SAS

0 Private bank

1. Name of bank

2. Date organized

The Zurich State Rank

8-7-3909

3. Federal reserve district

Town or City

Date suspended 1-30-1928

10

Zurich

Rooks

Population of town or city* 250

Member or nonmember of F. R. System

4. Number of branches operated: In city of parent bank

Outside city of parent bank**

5. Was this bank a member of a chain or group? If so give the name of the chain or group

* Latest census figures or estimate as shown in bankers' directory.
** Attach a list giving the name and location of each outside branch at time of suspension.




County

6. Condition figures, as of (date*)

January 10, 1928

Loans and discounts:
On real estate
78,227.88

Other

$

Total loans and discounts
Real estate acquired in satisfaction of debts

78,227.88

0 11,101.99
0

Investments

5,300.00

All other resources

6,22]

Total resources

_100,760_41

Capital

10,
00000

Surplus and undivided profits

10,071..24

Deposits:
$

Due to banks**

2,192.93

Demand deposits, including U. S. Govt. deposits

38,656.68

Time deposits, including postal savings

11,618.04
$

Total deposits

52,467.6.E_

Borrowings from F. R. bank
28,221.55

Borrowings from other banks
All other liabilities

100,760.4-4

Total liabilities

7. Has this bank been reopened?

No

If so give:

Date of reopening
Name under which reopened
Loss to depositors on:

Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
* Condition items should be as of date of suspension, if possible, otherwise as of the last call or examination prior to suspension.
** Including certified and cashiers' checks, cash letters of credit and travellers' checks outstanding.




8. Has this bank been taken over by another bank?

'To

If so give:

Name of bank by which taken over
Date taken over
Loss to depositors on:
Amount of loss

Per cent of loss
to claims

Secured claims
Preferred claims
General claims
Total
9. Is this bank still in process of liquidation?

Yes

If so give payments to date:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Dividends paid from . Payments from
guaranty fund
collections

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

6,964.32

15%

Secured claims....
Preferred claims..
General claims...
,

46,434.02 ____. 6,964.32

i5

Total claims... _ 46,434.02

If so give:

10. Has this bank been finally liquidated?
Date liquidation was completed
Collections:
From liquidation of assets
From assessments on shareholders
Other collections (explain)
Total collections
Offsets to claims (loans paid, etc.)
Payments to depositors:

(Amounts in dollars)
Claims allowed

Secured

claims

Preferred claims
General claims. . ..
Total claims




Dividends paid from
collections

Payments from
guaranty fund

Total payments

Per cent of payments
to claims allowed

11. Causes of suspension:
Check in the appropriate column those of the following which apply, either as primary or contributing
causes, amplifying the indicated causes with such supplementary data as may be available.

Primary
cause

Contributing
cause

Decline in real estate values
Losses due to unforeseen agricultural or industrial disasters such as floods,
drouth, boll weevil, etc
Insufficient diversification
Incompetent management, i.e., poor credit judgment, laxity in collections,
lack of enterprise, etc
Defalcation
Heavy withdrawals of deposits
Failure of affiliated institution (Name)
Failure of correspondent (Name)
Failure of large debtor (Name)
Other causes, (specify)

Dopletogl. rpsArvvP

Did the slow, doubtful or worthless paper held by the bank represent largely one particular type of industry
or agriculture?

Yes

If so, state what industry or type of agriculture
Genera:1 elnqo nf' nprieultur1 paper

What was the approximate date of the beginning of the difficulty which ultimately caused the suspenAbout 1918

sion?

12. Were there any assessments, voluntary or otherwise, on the directors or stockholders either before or after the
bank suspended?

Yes

100ri levied 10-26-27

If so, give dates and amounts of all assessments

16, a 00

__ollected, on 100% stockholders double liability since suspension




5

98.72

Still in process of liquiEation.

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