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ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE

S u p e r in t e n d e n t o f B a n k s
OF THE

STATE OF ALABAM A

FOR THE FISCAL Y E A R ENDING




SEPTEMBER 30, 1917

TO THE GOVERNOR

MOWN MtlNTtNt OO. MONTOOMtftY.

G IY E N iT O T H E

S
tate Historiqr S
ociety o M
f issouri




ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE

S u p e r in t e n d e n t o f B a n k s
OF THE

STATE OF ALABAM A

FOR THE FISCAL Y E A R ENDING




SEPTEMBER 30, 1917

TO THE GOVERNOR

Montgomery, Ala.
The Brown Printing Company,
State Printers and Binders,
1917




OFFICE OF

SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS

Hon. Charles Henderson,
Governor.
D e a r S ir :

I submit herewith my annual report covering the year end­
ing September 30, 1917. All receipts and disbursements are
shown herein, as required by the act creating this department.
Since the date of my last report I have taken possession of
one bank for liquidation, viz.
Gilbertown: Citizens Bank and Trust Company.
Respectfully submitted,
A. E. WALKER,
Superintendent of Banks.







RECEIPTS

A SSESSM E N T OF STATE B AN K S AND TR U ST COM PANIES UNDER
ACT APPROVED F E B R U A R Y 15, 1915, FOR T H E F IS C A L YEA R
EN D IN G SEPTEM BER 30, 1917
Abbeville— Bank o f Henry.......... ......................................... $

75.00

Albertville— Bank of Albertville (Branch at A rab)..

82.00

Albertville— J. F. Hooper, Banker.....................................

108.00

Alexander City— Alexander City Bank............................

108.00

Alexander City— Nolen Bank................................................

92.00

Aliceville— Aliceville Bank & Trust Company............

42.00

Aliceville— Merchants and Farmers Bank.....................

42.00

Altoona— First State Bank....................................................

25.00

Andalusia— Bank of Andalusia.........................................

92.00

Anniston— Citk Bank and Trust Company...................

125.00

Ariton— Ariton Banking Company....................................

57.00

Ashland— Farmers State Bank...........................................

25.00

Ashville— Ashville Savings Bank.......................................

25.00

Athens— Citizens Bank and Trust Co.
Elkmont)

(Branch at

........................................................................

82.00

Athens— Farmers and Merchants Bank..........................

75.00

Atmore— Bank of Atmore....................................................
Attalla— Attalla Bank ...........................................................

42.00
75.00

Attalla— Merchants and Farmers Bank.........................

42.00

Auburn— Bank of Auburn....................................................

42.00

Bay Minette— Baldwin County Bank............................

57.00

Beatrice— Peoples Exchange Bank...................................

25.00

Belle Mina— Belle Mina Bank.............................................

25.00

Berry— Bank of Berry.............................................................

25.00

Bessemer— United States Savings Bank.......................

57.00

Birmingham— American Trust and Savings Bank....

335.00

Birmingham— Birmingham Trust and Savings Co.....

335.00

Birmingham— Steiner Brothers, Bankers.......................

250.00

Boaz— Boaz Bank......................................................................

57.00

Boaz— Farmers and Merchants Bank..............................

25.00

Brent— Brent Banking Company................

42.00

Brewton— Bank of Brewton..................................................

92.00




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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Brewton— Citizens Bank........................................................$

57.00

Brewton— Farmers and Merchants Bank.....................

42.00

Bridgeport— J. C. Jacobs Banking Company.................

25.00

Brundidge— Brundidge Banking Company...................

125.00

Butler— Choctaw Bank .........................................................

25.00

Calera— Central State Bank................................................

25.00

Camden— Bank of Camden....................................................

42.00

Camp H ill— Bank o f Camp H ill.........................................

75.00

Carbon H ill— Citizens Bank........................................................

25.00

Carrollton— Bank of Carrollton...............................................

42.00

Cedar Bluff— Cedar Bluff Bank...............................................

42.00

Center— Cherokee County Bank.........................................

42.00

Centerville— Bibb County Banking and Trust Co.....

42.00

Centerville— Peoples Bank ........................................................

42.00

Cbatom— Chatom State Bank.............................................

25.00

Clanton— Peoples Savings Bank.........................................

42.00

Clayton— Advance Banking Company..............................

57.00

Clayton— Clayton Banking Company................................

75.00

Clio— Clio Banking Company..............................................

42.00

Coffee Springs— Bank of Coffee Springs.......................

42.00

Collinsville— Farmers and Merchants Bank.................

42.00

Columbia— Bank of Columbia..............................................
Columbiana— Columbiana Savings Bank........................

42.00
42.00

Columbiana— Shelby County State Bank........................

25.00

Cordova— Cordova Bank ......................................................

25.00

Cragford— Cragford Bank ....................................................

25.00

Crossville— First Bank o f Crossville................................

25.00

Cuba— Bank of Cuba................................. .............................

25.00

Cullman— Parker Bank & Trust Company...................

57.00

Dadeville— Sturdivant Bank ................................................

57.00

Dadeville— Tallapoosa

Bank..............................

57.00

Daleville— Bank of Daleville..............................................

42.00

Decatur— Tennessee

County
Valley

Bank

(Branches

at

Cherokee, Courtland, Double Springs, Falkville, Florence, Gurley, Haleyville, Hillsboro,
Leighton, Paint Rock, Russellville, Scottsboro,
Stevenson, Town Creek, and Tuscum bia)........

555.00

Demopolis— Robertson Banking Company.....................

160.00

Dora— Dora Banking and Trust Company...................

25.00

Dothan— Dothan Bank & Trust Company..................... •

75.00




STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.
Eclectic— Bank of Eclectic*.................................................... $

25.00

Elba— Elba Bank and Trust Company............................

75.00

Ensley— Bank of Alabama....................................................

57.00

Ensley— Bank of Ensley (Ramsay and McCormack,
Incorporated)

...............................................................

185.00

Enterprise— Enterprise Banking Company...................

92.00

Epes— Sumter Bank and Trust Company.......................

25.00

Eufaula— Bank of Eufaula..................................................

92.00

Eutaw— Merchants and Farmers Bank..........................

92.00

Evergreen— Peoples Bank (Branch at Castleberry)....

185.00

Fairfield— First Bank of Fairfield....................................

42.00

Faunsdale— Watkins Banking Company.......................

75.00

Fayette— Alabama State Bank and Trust Company..

25.00

Five Points— Bank of Five Points.....................................

25.00

Flomaton— Bank of Flomaton.............................................

25.00

Florala— Bank of Florala......................................................

57.00

Florence— Alabama Trust and Savings Bank..............

42.00

Foley— State Bank of Foley..................................................

25.00

Fort Deposit— Fort Deposit Bank.....................................

42.00

Fort Payne— Citizens Bank and Security Company..

42.00

Fort Payne— DeKalb County Bank................................

42.00

Gadsden— Alabama Bank & Trust Company.................

57.00

Gadsden— Etowah Trust and Savings Bank.................

160.00

Gadsden— Gadsden Loan and Trust Company............

42.00

Gantt— Bank

of Gantt...........................................................

25.00

Gaylesville— Bank of Gaylesville.......................................

42.00

Geneva— Citizens Bank .........................................................

75.00

Georgiana— Butler Co. Bank (Branch at McKenzie)

67.00

Georgiana— Farmers and Merchants Bank...................

25.00

Girard (P. O. Phenix)— Phenix-Girard Bank............

42.00

Goodwater— Farmers and Merchants Bank...................

42.00

Goodwater— Peoples Trust and Savings Bank..........

42.00

Gordo— Merchants and Farmers Bank............................

42.00

Gordon— Bank of Gordon......................................................

25.00

Grand Bay— Grand Bay State Bank................................

25.00

Greensboro— Peoples B a n k ....................................................

42.00

Greenville— Bank of Greenville.........................................

108.00

Grove Hill— Bank of Grove H ill...............’.....................

25.00

Guin— Marion County Banking Company
at Hamilton)

(Branch

...............................................................

67.00

Guntersville— Citizens Bank ..............................................

25.00




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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Hackleburg— Bank of Hackleburg.....................................$

25.00

Haleyville— Traders and Farmers Bank........... ..............

42.00

Hanceville— Merchants Bank ....................................................
Hartford— Bank of Hartford......................................................

25.00
57.00

Hartselle— Bank of Hartselle..............................................

42.00

Headland— Farmers and Merchants Bank.....................

42.00

Heflin— Bank of Heflin.................................................................

57.00

Huntsville— Farmers State Bank.......................................

42.00

Huntsville— Huntsville Bank and Trust Company......

142.00

Huntsville— W . R. Rison Banking Company.................

180.00

Hurtsboro— Bank of Hurtsboro.................................................

42.00

Hurtsboro— Farmers and Merchants Bank...................

42.00

Jackson— Jackson Bank and Trust Company...............

42.00

James— James and Midway Banking Company..........

42.00

Jasper— Central Bank and Trust Company.................

42.00

Jasper— Jasper Trust Company.................................................
Kennedy— Bank of Kennedy......................................................

75.00
25.00

Kinston— Farmers and Merchants Bank.......................

25.00

LaFayette— Bank of LaFayette.........................................

92.00

LaFayette— Chambers County Bank.......................................

75.00

Larkinsville— Larkinsville Banking Company............

25.00

Leeds— Leeds

25.00

State Bank....................................................

Lexington— Bank of Lexington...........................................

25.00

Lincoln— Lincoln Bank and Trust Company...............

42.00

Linden— Marengo County Bank.........................................

42.00

Lineville— Farmers and Merchants Bank..............................
Livingston— Bank of Sumter......................................................

42.00
57.00

Livingston— McMillan and Company, Bankers..........

57.00

Louisville— Bank of Louisville...........................................

42.00

Louisville— Barbour County Bank.....................................

25.00

Luverne— Bank of Luverne........................................................
Luverne— Farmers Bank .......................................................

57.00
42.00

Madison— Bank of Madison........................................................

25.00

Madrid— Bank of Madrid.............................................................

25.00

Marbury— Farmers Savings Bank...........................................
Marion— Marion Central Bank...........................................
Marion— Peoples Bank .................................................................
Marion Junction— Marion Junction State Bank..........
Millport— Millport State Bank..................................................




25.00
125.00
92.00
42.00
42.00

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STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.
Mobile— Merchants B a n k ...................................................... $

250.00

Mobile— Peoples Bank ...........................................................

335.00

Mobile— Union Savings Bank...................................................
Monroeville— Monroe County

Bank.................................

57.00
75.00

Montevallo— Merchants and Planters Bank...................

42.00

Montgomery— Alabama Bank and Trust Company....

250.00

Montgomery— Sullivan Bank and Trust Company......

250.00

Montgomery— Union Bank & Trust Company............

125.00

Moulton— Bank of Moulton..................................................

42.00

Moulton— Citizens Bank ......................................................

25.00

Moundville— Bank

of Moundville...........................................

Newbern— Bank of Newbern......................................................

2 5 00
42.00

New Brockton— Bank of New Brockton.........................

42.00

New Hope— Bank of New Hope.........................................

42.00

New Market— New Market Banking Company..........

25.00

Newville— Farmers State Bank.................................................

42.00

North Birmingham— North Birmingham Trust and
Savings Bank .....................................................................

57.00

Northport— Northport Bank ......................................................

25.00

Notasulga— First Bank of Notasulga..............................

25.00

Notasulga— Merchants and Farmers Bank...................

42.00

Oakman— Bank of Oakman........................................................

25.00

Odenville— Bank of Odenville....................................................

25.00

Oneonta— Blount County Bank.................................................

42.00

Oneonta— Farmers Savings Bank...........................................

42.00

Oneonta— Oneonta Trust and Banking Company......

42.00

Opelika— Bank o f Opelika....................................................

108.00

Opp— Covington County Bank.................................................
Orrville— Orrville Bank & Trust Company...................

75.00
42.00

Oxford— Peoples Bank of Oxford.....................................

42.00

Ozark— Ozark City Bank......................................................

108.00

Ozark— Planters and Merchants Bank............................

125.00

Pell City— Pell City Bank & Trust Company............

57.00

Peterman— Bank of Peterman..............................................

25.00

Piedmont— Farmers and Merchants Bank...........................

25.00

Pinckard— Peoples Bank ............................................................

42.00

Pine Apple— Bank of Pine Apple.........................................

42.00

Pine H ill— Clay Sheffield Banker.....................................
Pittsview— Bank of Pittsview..............................................
Pollard— Bank of Pollard..........................................................




25.00
57.00
42.00

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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Prattville— Autauga Banking and Trust Co..................$
Ragland— Bank of Ragland........................................................

125.00
25.00

Red Bay— Bank of Red B ay................................................

25.00

Red Level— First Bank o f Red Level..............................

42.00

Red Level— Peoples Bank....................................................

42.00

Reform— State Bank of Reform.........................................

42.00

Repton— Merchants and Farmers Bank..........................

42.00

Repton— Repton State Bank......................................................

42.00

Roanoke— Merchants and Farmers Bank.....................

92.00

Roanoke— Roanoke Banking Company............................

250.00

Robertsdale— Robertsdale Banking Company.....................

25.00

Rockford—Hank of Rockford..............................................

42.00

Rockford— Coosa County Bank...........................................

25.00

Rogersville— Bank o f Rogersville.......................................

42.00

Roy— Peoples Bank ..................................................................

25.00

Russellville— Citizens Bank and Savings Company..

42.00

Samson— Peoples Bank ...............................................................

42.00

Scottsboro— J. C. Jacobs Banking Company.................

25.00

Selma— Selma Trust and Savings Bank..........................

108.00

Selma— Peoples Bank and Trust Company.................

92.00

Sheffield— Peoples Bank .............................................................
Springville— Bank of Springville.............................................
Standing Rock— Bank of Standing Rock.....................
Sulligent— Bank of Sulligent......................................................

57.00
25.00
42.00
42.00

Sweet W ater— Sweet W ater State Bank.....................

25.00

Talladega— Bank and Trust Company of Talladega

92.00

Talladega Springs— Planters Bank ................................

42.00

Tallassee— Bank of Tallassee....................................................
Thomaston— Planters Bank and Trust Company......

42.00
25.00

Thomasville— Farmers Bank and Trust Company....

92.00

Troy— W . B. Folmar and Sons, Bankers........................

57.00

Troy— Troy Bank and Trust Company..........................

57.00

Tuscaloosa— Merchants Bank & Trust Company......

250.00

Tuscumbia— Colbert County

Bank.........................................

Tuskegee— Bank of Tuskegee..............................................
Tuskegee— Farmers State Bank...............................................
Tuskegee— Macon County Bank.........................................
Union Springs— American B&nk...............................................
Union Springs— Merchants and Farmers Bank........




42.00
108.00
42.00
125.00
57.00
75.00

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.
Uniontown— Canebrake Loan and Trust Company....$

11

57.00

Uniontown— Farmers Bank ................................................

42.00

Uniontown— Planters and Merchants Bank.................

142.00

Valley Head— Bank of Valley Head................................

25.00

Vernon— Bank of Vernon......................................................

25.00

Vincent— Coosa Valley Bank................................................

25.00

Vinegar Bend— Bank of Washington County...............

25.00

Wadley— Bank of Wadley...................... .............................

57.00

Warrior— Bank of Warrior..................................................

25.00

Warrior— Citizens Bank ......................................................

25.00

Waterloo— Farmers and Merchants Bank.....................

25.00

Wedowee— Bank of Wedowee.............................................

42.00

W est Blocton— W est Blocton Savings Bank.................

42.00

Wetumpka— Bank of Wetumpka.......................................

57.00

Wilsonville— Wilsonville State Bank................................

25.00

Winfield— Winfield State Bank...........................................

25.00

Woodlawn— Woodlawn Savings Bank..............................

42.00

York— Bank of York .............................................................

25.00

Total.




.$15,087.00

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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

DISBURSEMENTS

FOR TH E F IS C A L Y E A R EN D IN G SEPTEM BE R 30, 1917.
SA LAR IES.
A. E. W alker...............................................................................$
W . W . Fussell............................................. ..............................

3.600.00
900.00

L. L. Gellerstedt........................................................................

876.97

J. L. Griffin.................................................................................

1.800.00

E. W . McLeod................................................................. .............

169.34

W . F. Rainer...............................................................................

895.00

James A. W alker........................................................................

1,412.88

John T. Walker, Jr............................................. !....................

1,500.00

John Davies .................................................................................

572.58

M. E. Chisholm..................................................... .....................

283.33

Mrs. B. D. Funk.................................. .....................................

25.00

$ 12,029.10

T R A V E L IN G E X P E N S E S.
A. E. W alker................................................................................ $

461.17

W . W . Fussell...............................................................................

676.11

J. L. Griffin...................................................................................

1,363.21

J. T. Walker, Jr.........................................................................

1,088.83

L. L. Gellerstedt........................................................................

617.44

James A. W alker........................................................................

617.66

W . F. Rainer................................................

506.94

E. W . McLeod...............................................................................

15^.73

5,347.09

B AN K IN G BO ARD — E X P E N S E S A N D PER D IEM .
W . W . Crawford........................................................................$

32.46

J. W . Little...................................................................................

43.40

Total Disbursements.




75.86
.$ 17,452.05

REPORTS
OF THE CONDITION OF THE

STATE BANKS AND BANKERS
OF THE

STATE OF ALABAMA
A T THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS NOVEMBER 2,1 917
REPORTING 235 BANKS AND 21 BRANCHES




COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE STATE BANKS OF A LABAM A.
RESOURCES.
Currency

Nov. 2,1917.

June 20, 1917.

$ 3,454,929.00

.......................................................

Gold ..................................................................

.....

$

620,740.60
$

474,726.85

507,327.70

Decrease.

Increase.

5,809,545.09

378,882.70

808,251.39

429,368.03

......

276,439.00

305,370.04

28,937.58

Cash Items ...................................................

......

122,831.54

292,635.00

169,804.06

Loans and Discounts.................................

......39,127,902.61

41,252,527.83

2,124,505.22

Demand Loans..............................................

...... 4,595,313.52

6,420,575.70

1,831,202.24

Bonds, Stocks and W arrants.................

......

4,534,933.52

1,040,125.85

50,627.75

99,719.31

49,091.50

1,609,994.50

1,609,480.24

Silver, Nickles and Pennies....................

......

Due from Banks............................................

......12,334,500.42

Collections in Transit...............................

......

Clearing House Items..............................

Overdrafts .....................................................

474,245.97

2,888,807.07

'

Bank Building ............................................

......

Furniture and Fixtures..........................

......

641,176.24

641,258.49

82.25

Other Real Estate........................................

......

1,470,780.33

1,567,989.58

91,209.25

Other Resources..........................................

......

346,564.75

1,603,690.92

1,317,132.17

Total Resources...............................




.... $67,665,643.82

508.20

$81,787,698.15 $14,155,103.44

$

33,109.11

A N N U A L R E P O R T FO R 1917.

511,544.91
18,144,045.51

32,000.85

37,298.94

LIA B ILITIE S.

Increase.

June 20,1917.

Nov. 2,1917.

Decrease.

$41,837,024.34 $10,798,204.79

Individual D eposits....

$1>1,038,819.55

Demand Certificates.....

1,092,127.01

900,492.71

Due to Other Banks...

... 2,345,009.32

3,929,006.99

1,584,597.67

Cashier’s Checks...........

233,354.44

437,000.85

204,246.41

Certified Checks.............

43,010.87

65,991.17

22,380.30

Due Unpaid Dividends.

4,300.50

17,073.00

12,773.10

Savings Deposits...........

... 11,018,895.42

12.021.583.00

1,002,688.24

Time Certificates...........

3,389,483.35

3,000,643.31

271,159.96

Capital Stock..................

10,078,100.00

10.609.800.00

68,300.00

Surplus .............................

.... 4,050,279.17

3.994.197.50

56,081.61

Undivided Profits.........

2,065,340.50

1,906,410.91

158,929.56

Bills Payable..................

1,271,840.25

1.035.544.50

236,301.75

Bills Rediscounted.......

219,099.03

123,341.59

96,358.04

Other Liabilities...........

214,717.21

1,248,320.90




$67,665,043.82

1,033,599.75

$81,787,698.15 $14,929,650.22

807,595.89

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Total Liabilities.......................... ....

191,624.90

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A N N U A L REPORT FOR 1917.

Albertville
The Bank of Albertville
(Branch at Arab)
OFFICERS
Hogan Jackson, President.
James R. Sherman, Vice-President.
C. J. Walker, Cashier.
Earl G. Parr, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
W. W. Currey.
L C. Adkins.
James R. Sherman.
J. B. H. Lumpkin
J. B. Brown.
U. V. Gibson.
Hogan Jackson.

STA TE M E N T, N O V E M B E R 2, 1917

RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges for Clearing House....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total

24,930.00
2,697.50
2,129.31
31.08
96,645.25
54,513.73
180,946.87

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
50,429.58
Loans and Discounts......................
110,962.69
Demand Loans ................................
13,869.43
22.24
Overdrafts ...............
Banking House ................................
5,750.00
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,750.00
Other Real Estate............................
1,997.19
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 366,728.00

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 231,305.41
Demand Certificates .......................
38,364.75
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
3,935.92
Certified Checks ..............................
1,257.99
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
20,000.00
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits................ $ 294,864.07
Capital Stock paid in...................... 1
Surplus Fund ...................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve for Taxes................... ........
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

50.000.

00

20 . 000 .

00

1,863.93

Grand Total.................... ? 366,728.00

Albertville
J. F. Hooper, Banker
OFFICERS
J. F. Hooper, President.
A. B. Hooper, Cashier.
A. B. Hooper, Jr., Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS
(Not Incorporated)

S T A TE M E N T, N O V E M B E R 2, 1917

RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$ 17,180.00
.............
1,807.50
Gold
Silver, Nickels and Pennies............
1,651.42
Checks and Cash Items..................
1,474.00
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit......................
11,082.23
Due from Banks in this State.......
101,833.92
Due frbm Banks in other States....
5,751.06
Total................................$ 140,780.13
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
120.00
Loans and Discounts ......................
101,587.98
Demand Loans ................................
80,781.38
Overdrafts ........................................
784.87
Banking House ................................
2,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures..................
1,890.78
Other Real Estate............................
5,559.44
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total...................... 8 333,504.58




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 199,485.31
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
7,291.62
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits................ $ 206,776.93
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ....................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
Notes and Bills Payable..................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

25,000.00
82,500.00
17,227.65
2,000.00

Grand Total...................... $ 333,504.58

17

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Alexander City
The Alexander City Bank
OFFICERS
.J. C. Maxwell, President.
Dr. A. L. Harlan, Vice-President.
H. Herzfeld, Cashier.
Leon M. Willis, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
J. C. Maxwell.
H. Herzfeld.
Dr. A. L. Harlan.
L. M. Willis.
Joe Herzfeld.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
•
’Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
.Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges for Clearing H ouse....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total..................................$

LIABILITIES
11,463.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $ 149,348.69
825.00 Demand Certificates .......................
1,903.09 Time Certificates ............................
189.00 Cashier’s Checks ..............................
2,009.29
Certified Checks ..............................
7,118.70 Due to Clearing House....................
291.88
16,219.73 Due Banks in this State...............
1,623.07
25,865.31 Due Banks in other States............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
5,500.00
63,583.83

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 20,000.00
Loans and Discounts......................
177,185.83
42,719.32
Demand Loans ................................
•Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
2,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures...................
875.00
'Other Real Estate............................
-Other Resources ..............................
.40
•Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 306,364.38

Total Deposits.................$ 158,772.93
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund .................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve for Taxes...........................
Reserve for Interest.......................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

55,000.00
55,000.00
35,091.45
1,750.00
750.00

Grand Total.................... $ 306,364.38

Alexander City

The Nolen Bank
OFFICERS
Roy L. Nolen, President.
• J. Nolen, Cashier.
S.

DIRECTORS
(Not Incorporated.)
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917

RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
"Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit........... .......
Due from Banks in thisState........
'Due from Banks in other States....
Total.................... ’...........$

LIABILITIES
6,054.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
1,437.50 Demand Certificates ......................
927.13 Time Certificates ............................
305.49 Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
19,675.01 Due Banks in this State.................
2,027.05 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
30,426.18

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 52,410.00
Loans and Discounts......................
122,795.29
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
2,826.18
Banking House ................................
2,500.00
Furniture and Fixtures...................
500.00
•Other Real Estate............................
-Other Resources ..............................
'Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




.$ 211,457.65

Total Deposits.................$

59,693.05
41.40

59,734.45

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 100,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
50,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
1,723.20
Notes and Bills Payable........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes....................
Reserve fo r Interest................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over ...............................
Grand Total.

.$ 211,457.65

18

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Aliceville

The Aliceville Bank & Trust Company
J. V.
J. H.
Amos
J. A.

OFFICERS
Park, President.
Summerville, Vice-President.
Horton, Vice-President.
Somerville, Jr., Cashier.

DIRECTORS
J.
V. Park.
J. D. Sanders.
J. M. Summerville.
T. H. Sanders.
Amos Horton.
S. W. Hood.
C. R. Horton.
W. B. Somerville.
J. A . Somerville, Jr.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ..............,....................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

1,816.08
25,237.09
30,736.62

Total..................................$

69,614.27

8,663.00
417.50
2,047.74
696.24

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
3,120.00
154,753.04
Loans and Discounts..*..............,.....
Demand Loans ................................
26,475.76
Overdrafts .............
965.23
4,000.00
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
1,528.00
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 260,456.30

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 203,060.67
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
11,842.03
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
106.39
Certified Checks ..............................
43.42
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
1,334.06
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total Deposits.................$ 216,386.57
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ....................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable...................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

20,000.00
20,000.00
4,069.73

Grand Total................... .$ 260,456.30

Aliceville

The Merchants & Farmers Bank
OFFICERS
F. B. Carpenter, President.
J. N. Morrow, First Vice-President.
Dr. D. W. Gass, Second Vice-President.
Jas. F. Croley, Cashier.
Edgar Hood, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
F. B. Carpenter.
J. M. Stapp.
J. N. Morrow.
D. Powell.
Dr. D. W. Gass.
W. C. Richardson.
Jno. S. Long.
G. B. White.
Jas.
Croley.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

15,952.67
12,820.29

3,193.00
275.00
1,134.14
8.91

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House.....................
Due Banks in this State...................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

49,284.34
5,641.62
62.87
656.00

Total.................................. $

33,384.01

Total Deposits.................$

55,644.83

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

275.00
41,014.71
2,685.85
26.07
3,800.00
1,544.00

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ....................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable...................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes...................
Reserve fo r Interest...............
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

25,000.00
1,000.00

$

82,728.64

Grand Total.




Grand Total.

.$

1,083.81

82,728.64

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

19

Altoona

The First State Bank
OFFICERS
T. R. Bynum, President.
W. L. Ellison, Vice-President.
C. S. Hardin, Cashier.
John Thompson, Assistant Cashier.

T. R. Bynum.
W. L. Ellison.
C. S. Hardin.

DIRECTORS
W. Hopper.
J. S. Lamb.
J. F. Thompson.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOU RCES
Currency ............................................... $
Gold ........................................................
Silver, N ickels and Pennies............
Checks and Cash Item s....................
E xchanges fo r Clearing H ouse.....
Cash Items in T ransit......................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States. ..
T otal...................................$
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts........................
Demand Loans ...................................
B anking H ouse ...................................
Furniture and Fixtures....................
O th er Real Estate...............................
O ther Resources .................................
Gash Short ...........................................

15,664.00
35.00
1,262.91
4.00
38,194.60

L IA B IL IT IE S
Individual Deposits .......................... $
Tim e Certificates ...............................
Cashier’s Checks ...............................
Certified Checks .................................
Due to Clearing H ouse......................
Due Banks in this State..................
Due Banks in other States..............
Due U npaid Dividends......................

83,346.91
326.50

55,160.51

T otal Deposits.................. $

83,673.41

47,385.47
1,925.00

Capital Stock paid in........................ $
Surplus Fund .......................................
Undivided Profits, less Current

20,000.00
1,085.00

1,750.00
25.00

Grand T otal...................... $ 106,464.41

Notes and Bills P ayable..................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted..........
Reserve fo r T axes..............................
Reserve fo r Interest........,.................
Other Liabilities .................................
Cash Over ...........................................

872.56

Grand T otal...................... $ 106,464.41

Andalusia

The Bank of Andalusia
R.
E.
W.
R.

OFFICERS
D. Crawford, President.
C. Gunn, Vice-President.
D. Hutchinson, Cashier.
N. McLeod, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
R. D. Crawford.
S. B. Milligan.
E. C. Gunn.
C. S. Joiner.
W. D. Hutchinson.
A. R. Powell.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies.........
Checks andCash Items.....................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items
in Transit...................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

57.50
6,971.90
55,093.51

Total................................$

82,872.08

Total Deposits.................$ 246,741.14

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
4,768.71
Loans and Discounts......................
197,437.98
Demand Loans ................................
23,662.69
Overdrafts ........................................
103.28
Banking House ............
23,750.00
Furniture and Fixtures...................
7,253.74
Other Real Estate............................
14,571.84
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 100,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
7,566.00
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
42.91
Cash Over ........................................
70.27

Grand Total.




10,100.00
1,390.00
2,468.63
6,789.54

.? 354,420.32

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 236,639.88
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
7,282.61
2,802.65
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
16.00
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Grand Total.

.? 354,420.32

20

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Anniston

The City Bank & Trust Company
OFFICERS
C. J. Houser, President.
O. M. Alexander, Vice-President.
Jas. Keith, Jr., Vice-President.
Frank Leigh, Cashier.
J. R. Houser, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
C. J. Houser.
Frank Leigh.
L. H. Carre.
O. M. Alexander. S. A. Stewart. L. E. Ogletree.
Jas. Keith, Jr.
J. F. Smith, Jr. E. W. Ledbetter.
W. H. McKleroy. F. K. Perrow.
Whitfield Clark.
W. W. Whiteside.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ...........................................:$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items.... ..............
Exchanges fo r Clearing House......
Cash Items in Transit...................
Due from Banks in this State........
Due from Banks in other States....

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 266,364.46
Demand Certificates .......... ...........
Time Certificates ............................
18,357.44
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
1,217.71
Certified Checks ..............................
197.76Due to Clearing House........
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

24,569.00
7,000.00
4,802.23
1,021.91
20.00
43,011.71
29,121.94

Total................................$ 109,546.79

Total Deposits.................$ 286,137.36

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..? 20,383.00
Loans and Discounts......................
276,325.75
Demand Loans ................................
17,512.28
Overdrafts .........
105.26
16,000.00
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
3,432.85
Other Real Estate............................
11,924.79
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 150,000.00Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
9,093.36
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
10,000.00Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

Grand Total.................... $ 455,230.72

Grand Total.................... $ 455,230.72::

Ariton

The Ariton Banking Company
J.
T.
J.
B.
Y.

OFFICERS
J. Barnes, President.
J. Trawick, First Vice-President.
F. Brown, Second Vice-President.
I. Jackson, Cashier.
E. Folsom, Assistant Cashier.

J. J. Barnes.
T. J. Trawick.
J. F. Brown.

DIRECTORS
J. F. Richardson.
S. S. Jones.
A. B. Johnson.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

13,163.22
8,364.77

Total................................$

24,820.74

2,013.00
730.00
539.46
10.29

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts....................... 102,953.86
Demand Loans ..........
1,357.85
Overdrafts ........................................
469.66
Banking House ................................
3,172.60
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,900.00
Other Real Estate............................
5,193.62
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ............................... - ......
3.03
Grand Total.




.$ 140,871.26

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................
Total Deposits.................$

75,767.86:
2,584.66-

78,352.52

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 39,000.00
Surplus Fund ......................................
10,000.00Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
3,518.74
Notes and Bills Payable....................
10,000.00
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes........;...................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.

.$ 140,871.26:

21

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Ashland

The Fanners State Bank
OFFICERS
A. G. Cusick, President.
S. W. Pruitt, Jr., Vice-President.
M. W. Morgan, Cashier.

A. G. Cusick.
S. W. Pruitt.
M. W. Morgan.

DIRECTORS
E. R. Hearn.
W. O. Bryant.
Felix Parsons.
W. G. Green.
A. S. Bell.
W. L. Runyan.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... I
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and •Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

10,351.91
8,071.31

Total................................$

26,685.90

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts........................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

4,663.00
230.00
1,220.89
2,148.79

55,205.30
27,211.00
2.10
5,000.00
1,500.00
1.00

Grand Total.................... $ 115,605.30

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House.......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid .Dividends........

80,289.29
17,172.47
485.86

Total Deposits.................$

97,947.62

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable...................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00
2,650.18

7.59

Grand Total.................... $ 115,605.30

Ashville

The Ashville Savings Bank
OFFICERS
James L. Herring, President.
W. A. Reason, Vice-President.
James A. Embry, Vice-President.
J. C. Dubois, Jr., Cashier.
Joe M. Nunnally, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
James A. Embry.
J. R. Wilson.
John W. Inzer.
J. M. Stewart.
J. E. Baggett.
B. B. Phillips.
John L. Hamilton.
W. A. Beason.
James L. Herring.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................3
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
.Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

20,649.35
76.34

Total................................$

29,934.39

Total Deposits................ $

95,708.80

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts........................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ..............
Furniture and Fixtures..
Other Real Estate..........
Other Resources ............
Cash Short ......................

10,400.00
68,448.29
1,173.65

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted..
Reserve fo r Taxes....................
Reserve for Interest................
Other Liabilities ......................
Cash Over ................................

12,500.00
7,000.00

Grand Total.




8,225.00
570.00
360.77
- 52.93

2,948.63
2, 000.00

368.19
1,000.00

.$ 116,273.15

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Grand Total.

61,429.22
23,660.52
619.06
10,000.00

1,064.35

.$ 116,273.15

22

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Athens

The Citizens Bank & Trust Company
(Branch at Elkmont)
OFFICERS
Wm. S. Peebles, President.
Thos. McClellan, Vice-President.
David L. Rosenau, Sr., Vice-President.
Asbury B. McWilliams, Cashier.
Wm. D. Jones, Assistant Cashier.
Luke Pryor, Chairman o f the Board.

DIRECTORS
Wm. S. Peebles.
Luke Pryor.
Asbury B. McWilliams.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

29,867.00
342.50
6,241.79
1,192.51
3,408.49
35,641.57
42,123.05

Total................................ $ 118,816.91
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House .....................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

50,380.00
63,978.04
15,965.00
9.50
14,500.00
6,556.73
6,892.07

Grand Total.................... $ 277,098.25

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 225,468.71
Demand Certificates ........................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks .....................................
104.00
7.62
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State...................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................
1.00
Total Deposits.................$ 225,581.33
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable...................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ..........................................

30,000.00
18,000.00
2,755.81
750.00
11.11

Grand Total.................... $ 277,098.25

Athens

The Farmers & Merchants Bank
OFFICERS
C. B. Glaze, President.
L. C. Hightower, Vice-President.
W . J. Howard, Vice-President.
J. N. Howard, Cashier
J. M. Davis, Assistant Cashier.

C. B. Glaze.
L. C. Hightower.
W. J. Howard.

DIRECTORS
J. N. Howard.
W. T. Clay.
J. E. Gray.
J. G. Rankin.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash- Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

44,080.00
1,570.00
3,103.13
14,156.12
37,292.50
62,474.63

Total................................ $ 162,676.38
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
5,000.00
Loans and Discounts....................... 212,129.98
Demand Loans ................................
28,134.69
Overdrafts ....................................... 17.68
Banking House ............. - ................
15,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures...................
6,000.00
Other Real Estate............................
2,000.00
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ................................
208.30
Grand Total.




.$ 430,167.03

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .........................$ 329,491.65
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................ ■ 11,703.67
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
40.00
Due to Clearing House........
Due Banks in this State......
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total Deposits.................$ 341,235.32
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ,.....................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable......................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest.........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.

60,000.00
15,000.00
3,931.71
10,000.00

.$ 430,167.03

23

' STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Atmore

The Bank of Atmore
OFFICERS
J. E. McCoy, President.
J. D. Curtis, Vice-President.
E. F. Goldsmith, Cashier.
W. R. Maxwell, Assistant Cashier.

J. E. McCoy.
J. D. Curtis.
J. B. Steward.
W. T. Brock.

DIRECTORS
W. W. Lowery.
J. P. Stallworth.
S. S. Coleman.
B. Miles.
D. Gillis.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$ 10,133.00
Gold ...................................................
5,145.00
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
1,084.23
Checks and Cash Items...................
404.00
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
1,108.81
5,908.90
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.....
129,431.90
Due from Banks in other States....
19,597.49
Total................................ $ 172,813.33
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
103,097.03
20,425.97
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
45.77
Banking House ................................
2,860.00
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,550.00
Other Real Estate............................
1,115.20
756.81
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 303,664.11

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 250,479.77
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
10,815.54
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
2,072.29
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits................ $ 263,367.60
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Resereve for Taxes..........................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

30,000.00
10,279.63

16.88

Grand Total.................... $ 303,664.11

Attalla

The Attalla Bank
OFFICERS
T. C. Banks, President.
Geo. P. Walker, Vice-President.
C. B. Forman, Vice-President.
E. G. Lee, Cashier.

T. C. Banks.
Geo. P. Walker.
C. B. Forman.
O D. Dupre

DIRECTORS
Wm. L. Edison.
C. S. Wilkinson.
Geo. Hamilton.
P. G. Hollingsworth.
E. G Lee.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$

11,663.00
2,000.00
689.20
926.79
11,108.05
9,916.04
18,700.91
55,003.99

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
5,410.00
Loans and Discounts......................
140,078.37
Demand Loans ................. .*
.............
42,131.86
Overdrafts .............. '........................
24.51
Banking House ................................
14,989.10
Furniture and Fixtures...................
3,369.63
Other Real Estate............................
4,000.00
Other ‘ Resources ..............................
Cash Short ......................................
Grand Total.




.$ 265,007.46

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 157,107.65
Demand Certificates ..........
Time Certificates ...............
26,676.55
Cashier’s Checks .................
2,536.80
Certified Checks .................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total Deposits................ ? 186,320.00
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.

50,000.00
25,000.00
3,687.46

265,007.46

24

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917,

Attalla
The Merchants & Farmers Bank of Attalla, Alabama
OFFICERS
Damar Smith, President.
Coleman R. Shepherd, Vice-President.
F.
W. Cox, Cashier.
P.
L. Cameron, Assistant Cashier.

Lamar Smith.
J.
Coleman R. Shepherd. T.
F. W. Cox.
C.
G. P. Smith.
A.

DIRECTORS
E. Norton.
H. Stephens.
C. Fariss.
E. Shahan.W.

H.
J.
J.
H.

P. Smith.
B. Harbour.
W. Guest.
Norton.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

LIABILITIES
7,788.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $ 102,697.77
1,065.00 Demand Certificates ........................
248.12 Time Certificates ............................
45,155.87
517.28 Cashier’s C hecks'................... ...........
’
125.20
Certified Checks .................
Due to Clearing House......
17,312.95 Due Banks in this State....
40,518.87 Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

Total................................ $

67,450.22

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

602.50
92,806.62
8,500.00
6.81
4,203.50
2,789.41
1,000.00

Grand Total.................... $ 177,358.06

Total Deposits............... $ 147,978.84
Capital Stock paid in ..................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable...................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r T a x es............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00
4,000.00
379.22

Grand Total.................... $ 177,358.06

Auburn

The Bank of Auburn
OFFICERS
S . L. Toomer, President.
W . D. Martin, Cashier.
D r. C. A. Cary, Vice-President.

S. L. Toomer.
Dr. C. A. Cary.
W. D. Martin.

DIRECTORS
Thos. Bragg.
B. B. Ross.
T. O. Wright.
C. L. Hare.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
•Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState____
Due from Banks in other States....

16,890.65
11,936.66

Total................................ $

37,897.46

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
.Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
■Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ____________ ____
Cash Short -------------- -------------------

20,000.00
84,727.06

8,000.00
212.00
385.06
473.10

93.79
1,800.00

Grand T otal...................... $ 144,618.31




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

98,360.19
11,886.75
434.32
765.36

Total Deposits................ $ 111,446.62
Capital Stock jtaid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted............
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest.________
Other Liabilities _______ ____ ____
Cash Over ........................................

10,000.00
22,448.69
312.00
311.00

Grand T o ta l...................... $ 144,518.31

25

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Bay Minette
The Baldwin County Bank
DIRECTORS
W. D. Stapleton.
Joseph Hall.
J. M. Voltz.
Charles Hall.
O. C. Hall.
A. M. Thompson.
Charles Barclay.

OFFICERS
W. D. Stapleton, President.
J. M. Voltz, Vice-President.
O. C. Hall, Cashier.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

18,004.00
1,287.50
1,109.21
577.86
96,421.32
5,260.76

Total................................$ 122,660.65
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
5,397.00
Loans and Discounts......................
239,123.35
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
896.94
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
4,000.00
Other Real Estate............................
14,444.37
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 386,522.31

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 243,303.50
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates .!..........................
82,842.99
Cashier’s Checks ............................
1,911.81
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total Deposits.................$ 328,058.30
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes...................
Reserve fo r Interest................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over ...............................

50,000.00
e.OOO.OO1
2,464.01

Grand Total.................... $ 386,522.31

Beatrice
The Peoples Exchange Bank
OFFICERS
T. M. Riley, President.
W. R. Sawyer, Vice-President.
W. R. Sawyer, Cashier.
W. J. Mason, Assistant Cashier.

W. J. Nettles.
W. R. Sawyer.
T. M. Riley.
Mrs. Jack Lyon.

DIRECTORS
S. D. Andress, Sr.
J. N. Parker.
J. J. Finklea.

D. R. Andress.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

44,659.90
9,478.19

Total................................$

58,518.08

Total Deposits................ $

97,544.77

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

50.00
54,346.43
1,748.44
521.42
2,000.00
2,100.00
509.70

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes...................
Reserve fo r Interest................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over ...............................

15,000.00
6,000.00

Grand Total.




1,492.00
525.00
1,962.27
400.72

.$ 119,794.07

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .................
Demand Certificates ...............
Time Certificates ....................
Cashier’s Checks .....................
Certified Checks .......................
Due to Clearing House...........
Due Banks in this State.........
Due Banks in other States.....
Due Unpaid Dividends.............

Grand Total.

75,541.69
21,631.97
356.11
15.00

1,249.30

.$ 119,794.07

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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Belle Mina
The Belle Mina Bank
OFFICERS
D. F. Green, President.
Clyde Hendrix, Vice-President.
Ben H. Sapp, Cashier.
D. A. Howard, Assistant Cashier.
John R. Witt, Chairman o f Board.

B. N. Bibb.
E. P. Garrett.
D. F. Green.
Clyde Hendrix.

DIRECTORS
S. J. Nethery.
J. Sam Smith.
J. J. Pettus.
J. T. Sturdivant.
John R. Witt.
O. C. Ratliff.
Henry B. Zeitler.
Ben H. Sapp.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES.
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................ $
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $

2,844.00
100.00
735.89
50.00
21,961.61

25,691.50
29,542.80
375.97
1,000.00
1,000.00
41.94
57,652.21

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

43,526.84
1,863.67

8.00

Total Deposits............ .....$

45,398.51

Capital Stock paid in............... .... $
Surplus Fund .............................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid......
Notes and Bills Payable............
Notes and Bills Rediscounted....
Reserve fo r Taxes.......................
Reserve fo r Interest....................
Other Liabilities .........................
Cash Over ...................................

10,000.00

Grand Total............... .... $

67,652.21

2,253.70

Berry
The Bank of Berry
OFFICERS
J. C. Shepherd, President.
G. I. Miller, Cashier.

J. C. Shepherd.
G. I. Miller.

DIRECTORS
Fred W. Johnson.
A. M. Grimsley.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
6,189.00
Gold ....................................................
1,535.00
1,415.12
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
1.25
Checks and Cash Items.......................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState....... .
44,620.64
24,687.41
Due from Banks in other States....
Total..’.............................. $
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




78,448.42
29,407.66
4,748.42
1,700.00

.$ 114,304.50

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ..-....................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House........
Due Banks in this State......
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

55,330.48
34,658.79
1,041.85

Total Deposits.................$

91,031.12

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00
6,500.00

Grand Total.

1,773.38

.$ 114,304.50

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

27

Bessemer

The United States Savings Bank
OFFICERS
W. W. Hollingsworth, President.
George E. Rutledge, Vice-President.
G. B. Hollingsworth, Cashier.

R. W. Waldrop.
Geoerge Ross.
C. E. Abbott.

DIRECTORS
W. W. Hollingsworth.
George E. Rutledge.
G. B. Hollingsworth .

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
R ESOU RCES
C urrency ............................................... $ 32,400.00
Gold
......................... ....................
562.50
Silver, Nickels and P ennies............
5,749.25
Checks and Cash Item s....................
E xchanges fo r Clearing H ouse.....
455.39
Cash Items in T ransit......................
Due fro m Banks in this State........
113,517.35
Due from Banks in other States....
11,133.45
T otal...................................$ 163,817.94

L IA B IL IT IE S
Individual Deposits .......................... $ 465,161.55
Tim e Certificates ...............................
Cashier’s Checks .................................
Certified Checks .................................
Due to Clearing H ouse.......................
Due Banks in this State..................
Due Banks in other States..............
Due U npaid Dividends......................

Capital Stock paid in ........................ $
Surplus Fund .....................................
U ndivided Profits, less Current

B an king H ouse ...................................
Furniture and Fixtures....................
Other Real Estate...............................
Other Resources .................................
Cash Short ...........................................

N otes and Bills Payable..................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes.................. ............
Reserve fo r Interest......................
Other Liabilities .................................
Cash Over ..........................................

Grand T otal...................... $ 528,788.21

311.61

T otal Deposits.................. $ 471,227.18

Bonds and Stocks ow ned by Bank..$
10,500.00
Loans and Discounts........................
313,807.69
Demand Loans ...................................
23,029.45
8,695.67
8,392.00

5,094.93
499.83
159.26

50,000.00

2,201.80

Grand T otal...................... $ 528,788.21

Birmingham

The American Trust & Savings Bank
OFFICERS
G. B. McCormack, Chairman o f Board.
W. W. Crawford, President.
H. L. Badham, Vice-President.
J. Kirkman Jackson, Vice-President.
C. M. Williamson, Cashier.
Frank Stevens, Assistant. Cashier.
H. H. K. Jefferson, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
G. B. McCormack. W. J. Dangaix.
James Bowron.
W. W. Crawford. Sidney J. Bowie.
H. C. Abbott.
H. L. Badham.
William D. Jelks. Walter Moore.
J. Kirkman Jackson,•R. M. Goodall.
F. B. Yeilding.
C. M. Williamson. F. M. Fowlkes.
Leroy P. Percy.
J. W. McQueen.
J. D. Kirkpatrick. H. K. Milner.
Morris W. Bush.
H. E. McCormack. L. Sevier.
Louis V. Clark.
W. S. McFarland. A. C. Ramsay.
J. Warner Shook. Chas. F. DeBardelaben.
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917

RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $ 379,275.00
Gold ...................... -............................
3,510.00
Silver, Nickels and Pennies.........
20,392.57
39,590.95
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House......
76,994.53
Cash Items in Transit...................
108,977.86
26,053.58
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States.... 1,470,772.00
Total................................$2,125,566.49
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 267,387.15
Loans and Discounts...................... 3,091,460.29
Demand Loans ................................ 1,037,677.31
Overdrafts ........................................
278.25
Banking House ................................
325,812.27
Furniture and Fixtures..................
79,951.13
Other Real Estate............................
58,471.97
Other Resources ..............................
23,317.58
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




$7,009,922.44

LIABILITIES
..........
Individual Deposits .......•
Demand Certificates ...............
Time Certificates .....................
Cashier’s Checks ................... .
Certified Checks .......................
Due to Clearing House.............
Due Banks in this State..........
Due Banks in other States......
Due Unpaid Dividends.............

$5,354,161.79
139,544.98
61,374.18
8,671.90
48,479.61
543,512.23
17,244.28

Total Deposits................ $6,172,988.97
Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 500,000.00
Surplus Fund .................................. 250,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
63,023.48
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes...............................
10,617.36
Reserve fo r Interest...........................
13,292.63
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.

$7,009,922.44

28

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1017.

Birmingham

The Birmingham Trust ■ Savings Company
&
OFFICERS
Arthur W. Smith, President.
Tom O. Smith, Vice-President.
W. H. Manly, Cashier:
Benson Cain, Assistant Cashier.
C. D. Cotten, Assistant Cashier .
E. W. Finch, Assistant Cashier.

Arthur W. Smith.
Tom O. Smith.
T. H. Benners.
Lee C. Bradley.
J. M. Caldwell.

DIRECTORS
S. L. Earle.
R. S. Munger.
William I. Grubb. M. P. Northington.
W. E. Henley.
H. J. Porter.
F.
M. Jackson. R. A. Terrell.
F.
H. Lathrop.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$ 498,714.00
Gold ....................................................
88,632.50
70,611.92
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
5,095.36
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
96,473.22
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
443,614.87
Due from Banks in other States.... 1,973,948.76

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .........................$7,381,079.69
Demand Certificates ......................
419,114.88
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
7,300.58
Certified Checks ..............................
3,720.02
Due to Clearing House.....................
41,103.22
Due Banks in this State................. 974,922.95
Due Banks in other States............. 485,344.61
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................

Total................................ $3,177,090.63

Total Deposits.................$9,312,585.95

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 434,259.61
Loans and Discounts...................... 5-.601,955.91
Demand Loans ................................
558,305.72
Overdrafts ........................................
3,284.90
193,065.94
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
1,399.60
Other Real Estate........................ — 274,465.41
Other Resources .............................. 1,345,313.00
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 500,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
650,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
51,641.91
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
15,869.15
Reserve fo r Interest........................
40,463.36
Other Liabilities .............................. 1,018,580.25
Cash Over ..........................................

Grand Total...................$11,689,140.62

Grand Total...................$11,589,140.62

Birmingham

Steiner Brothers
OFFICERS
DIRECTORS
Leo K. Steiner.
Carl Steiner.
Leo K. Steiner, President.
B. Steiner.
H. E. Steiner.
B. Steiner, Vice-President.
H. E. Steiner, Vice-President.
J. M. Levine.
Carl Steiner, Cashier.
J. M. Levine, Assistant Cashier.
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ................................... - ..............
Silver, Nickels and Pennies.........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House......
Cash Items in Transit...................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

19,665.00
825.00
2,445.85
253.15
6,779.24
3,690.56
5,099.21
78,296.69

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 403,563.47
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
118,573.75
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
301.09
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State..................
Due Banks in other States____ __
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Total...:............................ $ 117,053.70

Total Deposits.................$ 522,438.31

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 327,882.77
Loans and Discounts......................
350,852.67
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts .....
84.97
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
94,634.73
Other Resources ..............................
51.37
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 100,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
100,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid............
58,599.25
Notes and Bills Payable................... 105,000.00
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
4,500.00
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ...... „ ......................
Cash Over ..........................................
22.65

Grand T ota l...................... $ 890,560.21

Grand T otal......................$ 890,560.21




STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

29

Boaz
The Boaz Bank
OFFICERS
W. E. Snead, President.
S. H. Leeth, Vice-President.
J. L. Caddell, Cashier.

E. C. Snellgrove.
T. J. Chadwick.
J. G. Snellgrove.

DIRECTORS
W. E. Snead.
S. H. Leeth.
J. L. Caddell.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels andPennies.............
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState......
Due from Banks in other States....

16,380.00
1,300.00
291.31
90.00
57,563.76
50,470.11

Total................................$ 126,095.18
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
1,250.00
Loans and Discounts......................
68,028.55
152,600.09
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
112.75
Banking House ................................
4,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,557.15
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 354,643.72

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ............
Demand Certificates ..........
Time Certificates ...............
Cashier’s Checks .................
Certified Checks .................
Due to Clearing House........
Due Banks in this State......
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

216,242.17
73,786.04
2,153.93

Total Deposits................ $ 292,182.14
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ....................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
Notes and Bills Payable................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

28,300.00
20,000.00
13,236.53

925.05

Grand Total.................... $ 354,643.72

Boaz
The Farmers & Merchants Bank
OFFICERS
Hogan Jackson, President.
John H. Fletcher, Vice-President.
D. K. Searcy, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
Geo. I. Milner.
A. J. Hunt.
W. T. Wells.
John H. Fletcher.
E.
P. Gillespie.
D. K. Searcy.
Hogan Jackson.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ................................... - ..............
Silver, -Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

39,706.67
28,935.30

Total................................ $

76,669.91

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

1,000.00
22,950.17
6,346.31
187.03
3,158.28
2,300.00
2,000.00

Grand Total.




5,420.00
455.00
1,130.15
1,022.79

.$ 113,611.70

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ...........
Demand Certificates .........
Time Certificates ...............
Cashier’s Checks ...............
Certified Checks .................
Due to Clearing House.......
Due Banks in this State.....
Due Banks in other States
Due Unpaid Dividends.......

.$

1,019.98

Total Deposits.................$
Capital Stock paid in...................... i
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable...................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.

72,415.11
18,522.94

91,958.03

10, 000.00

10,000.00

1,653.67

.$ 113,611.70

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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917,

Brent

The Brent Banking Company
H. ,V.
A. H.
M. O.
H. R.

OFFICERS
Faucett, President.
James, Vice-President.
McCrow, Cashier.
Faucett, Assistant Cashier.

G. J. Partridge.
J. S. Ward.

DIRECTORS
F. W. Murphy.
H. V. Faucett.
A. H. James.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

14,074.31
24,945.38

5,448.00
550.00
1,460.44

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House.....................
Due Banks in this State...................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................

69,076.89
1,095.70'

Total................................ $

46,478.13

Total Deposits.................$

70,172.59

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

2,000.00
42,284.51

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes......................... ...
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.0(1

Grand Total.....................$

96,172.99

Grand Total.................... $

96,172.99

3,000.00
1,950.00
460.35

1,000.18-

.22:

Brewton

The Bank of Brewton
OFFICERS
O. M. Gordon, President.
W. Y. Lovelace, Vice-President.
C. B. Sawyer, Cashier.

O. M. Gordon.
W. Y. Lovelace.
C. B. Sawyer.
J. G. McGowin.

DIRECTORS
W. E. Foshee.
W. M. McGowin.
E. J. Blow.
M. P. Watson.
J. D. Leigh.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................!
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .................
Demand Certificates ...............
Time Certificates .................... .
Cashier’s Checks .................... .
Certified Checks .......................
600.00 Due to Clearing House.............
41,039.03 Due Banks in this State...........
77,538.16 Due Banks in other States......
.Due Unpaid Dividends.............
7.409.00
3.500.00
1,723.14
1,152.25

Total............................ _..$ 132,961.58

263,396.22
7,342.99
1,499.83
12.15

Total Deposits................ $ 272,251.19

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
600.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 100,000.00
Loans and Discounts....................... 227,720.14 Surplus Fund ..................................
3,000.00
Demand Loans ................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Overdrafts ........................................
4.30
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
7,577.07
Banking House ................................
12,500.00 Notes and Bills Payable........
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2.500.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Other Real Estate............................
6,094.95 Reserve fo r Taxes....................
Other Resources ..............................
447.29 Reserve fo r Interest................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Short ........................................
Cash Over ...............................
Grand Total.




.$ 382,828.26

Grand Total.

.$ 382,828.26

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

31

Brewton
The Citizens Bank
OFFICERS
E. L. McMillan, President.
J. T. Boyd, Vice-President.
J. S. Crum, Cashier.

E. L. McMillan.
J. T. Boyd.
J. S. Crum.
W. T. Neal.

DIRECTORS
Geo. Miller.
Jno. Miller.
W. T. Neal.
W. W. Downing.
U. Blacksher.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$ 16,815.00
Gold ...................................................
7,520.00
1,683.80
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House......
1,193.47
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State........
58,592.45
Due from Banks in other States.... 108,403.22
Total................................$ 194,207.94
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
13,240.00
148,465.98
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
23,213.33
Overdrafts ........................................
3,531.36
Banking House ................................
Eurniture and Fixtures...................
2,000.00
Other Real Estate............................
6,135.75
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 390,794.36

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits :....................... $ 284,455.67
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
884.91
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State...................
31,860.39
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................$ 317,200.97
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.... ..............
Reserve for Interest...............
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over ...............................

47,200.00
20,735.49
5,657.90

Grand Total.................... $ 390,794.36

Brewton
The Farmers & Merchants Bank
OFFICERS
J . W. Adkisson, President.
E. S. Liles, Vice-President.
Geo. O. Harold, Cashier.
A. J. Smith, Assistant Cashier.

J. W. Adkisson.
C. F. Rankin.
E. Downing.

DIRECTORS
F. H. Mason.
E. S. Liles.
J. E. Finlay.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

54,126.03
8,207.26

Total................................$

71,709.88

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

3,450.00
74,892.37

Grand Total.




4,800.00
1,122.50
2,975.02
479.07

8.22
2,231.94
124.86
.35

.$ 152,417.62

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 112,980.78
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
3,000.00
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
745.34
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State...................
547.57
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits................ $ 117,273.69
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes....................
Reserve fo r Interest................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over ...............................
Grand Total.

25,000.00
3,500.00
6,643.93

.$ 152,417.62

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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917,

Bridgeport
The J. C. Jacobs Banking Co.
OFFICERS
J. C. Jacobs, President.
E. P. Jacobs, Vice-President.
F. P. Jacobs, Cashier.
A.
J. Sentell, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
(Not Incorporated.)

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
4,792.00
Gold ...................................................
585.00
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
1,487.94
Checks and Cash Items...................
15.00
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.........
Due from Banks in otherStates.... 103,764.40
Total................................$ 110,644.34
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

42,555.04
833.76
49.58
900.00

Grand Total.................... $ 154,982.72

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 129,192.65
Demand Certificates .......................
9,225.88
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
233.67
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends...................
Total Deposits................ $ 138,652.20
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00
1,330.52

Grand Total...........’........ $ 154,982.72:

Brundidge
The Brundidge Banking Company
OFFICERS
M. Lightfoot, President.
F. C. Bass, Vice-President.
J. F. Hightower, Cashier.

’ DIRECTORS
(Not Incorporated.)
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917

RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies............
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit...................
Due from Banks in this State.........
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$

10,196.00
4,975.00
1,914.65
526.23
22,388.74
25,544.11
65,544.73

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 251,584.83
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
22,284.53
287.65
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................$ 274,157.01

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 59,450.00
Loans and Discounts........................
333,302.74
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
855.20
Banking House ................................
1,360.00
Furniture and Fixtures...................
1,620.00
Other Real Estate............................
7,190.00
Other Resources .................. ...........
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 50,000.00
Surplus Fund ...........
110,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid............
15,665.66
Notes and Bills Payable.................
15,000.00
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve for Taxes................
2,000.00
Reserve for Interest........................
2,500.00
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

Grand T otal...................... $ 469,322.67

Grand T otal...................... $ 469,322.67




33

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Butler
The Choctaw Bank
OFFICERS
W. J. Dansby, President.
E. L. Bush, Cashier.
W. D. Whitted, Vice-President.

W. J. Dansby.
W. B. Gilmer.

DIRECTORS
J. N. Granade.
F. A. Miller.
W. D. Whitted.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver. Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items................—
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.___
Due from Banks in other States....

21,886.74
2,382.12

Total................................$

28,239.16

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts........................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

35,922.87
3,696.18
107.84
458.50
2,500.00
1,184.34

Grand Total.................... $

72,139.12

2,583.00
315.00
705.88
366.42

30.23

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ........................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

46,391.99
7,318.07
1,784.78

12.00

Total Deposits.................$

55,506.84

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

12,500.00
1,250.00

Grand Total.................... $

72,139.12

2,882.28

Calera

The Central State Bank
OFFICERS
Gordon DuBose, President.
F. G. Koenig, Vice-President.

Gordon DuBose.
F. G. Koenig.
W. L. Acuff.

DIRECTORS
J. H. Williams.
T. R. Walton.
W. P. Thomas.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold .................................. .................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

4,216.00
176.97

9,250.22

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............•
................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House.....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

23,580.46
2,439.44
229.24

4.00

13,643.19

Total Deposits................ $

26,253.14

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

2,100.00
38,540.17

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve for Taxes...................
Reserve fo r Interest...............
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over ...............................

30,000.00

.$

56,930.67

Total.

Grand Total.




1,750.00
750.00
147.31

Grand Total.

.$

677.53

56,930.67

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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Camden
The Bank of Camden
OFFICERS

DIRECTORS

W. J. Bonner, President.
J. T. Lawler, Cashier.
E. R. Bonner, Vice-President.

W. J. Bonner.

J. T. 1
E. R. Bonner.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State____
Due from Banks in other States....

58,562.83
19,881.95

Total................................ $

87,574.46

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........

750.00
94,862.38

5,040.00
1,029.70
3,059.98

34.27
3,000.00
1,000.00
8.70

Grand Total.................... $ 187,229.81

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposit s........................ $ 152,029.91
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ........ ....................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
1,587.89
Certified Checks ...... ........................
Due to Clearing House.....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deosits.................$ 153,617.80
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted....:—
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest..................... :..
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

30,000.00
3,000.00
612.01

Grand Total.................... $ 187,229.81

Camp Hill
The Bank of Camp Hill
OFFICERS

DIRECTORS

E. L. Andrews, President.
H. T. Hammner, Vice-President.
F. M. Coleman, Cashier.

J. R. Allgood.
W. M. Conine.
H. T. Hammner.

J. E. Heard.
Thos. S. Sturdivant.
E. L. Andrews.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies.........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total.

9,160.00
3,430.00
2,161.65
135.42
33,077.08
9,241.00

.$

57,205.15

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

10,000.00
61,915.96
36,985.35
258.13
2,750.00
2,750.00
11,600.00

Grand Total.




.$ 183,464.59

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 105,235.46
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
260.00
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House.....................
Due Banks in this State.................
1,119.88
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................$ 106,615.34
Capital Stock paid in.......................$
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes...................
Reserve fo r Interest...............
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over ...............................
Grand Total.

50,000.00
25,000.00
1,849.25

.$ 183,464.59

35

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Carbon Hill
The Citizens Bank
DIRECTORS
Alex. McDonald.
G. L. Wakefield.
Duncan McDonald.
H. T. Peters.
A. L. Kropp.
Whit Sparks.
G. A. Kropp.
J. G. Ganzamiller.
J. T. Wakefield.
Arvid Kropp.
O. H. Whitney.

OFFICERS
Duncan McDonald, President.
A. L. Kropp, Vice-President.
G. A. Kropp, Cashier.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

27,185.46
28,204.80

Total..................................$

73,895.31

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ......................... '.....
Cash Short ........................................

5,211.71
78,103.75

17,331.00
337.50
631.74
204.81

70.17
5,000.00
1,990.00
1,852.63
1,535.00
93.59

Grand Total.................... $ 167,752.16

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ............ ..........$ 115,115.24
30,539.80
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
1,249.19
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................$ 146,904.23
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes...................
Reserve fo r Interest...............
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over ...............................

15,000.00
5,847.93

Grand Total.................... $ 167,752.16

Carrollton
The Bank of Carrollton
OFFICERS
A. H. Dabbs, President.
L. C. Hudgins, Vice-President.
W. H. Strother, Assistant Cashier.
J. C. Distler, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
A. H. Dabbs.
J. H. Coleman.
W. G. Robertson.
M. A. Dabbs.
L. C. Funderburk.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ..................................... ...... $
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...............
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in otherStates....

34,389.47
686.69

Total................................$

41,815.78

4,083.00
1,028.50
998.19
629.93

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..? 22,566.12
Loans and Discounts......................
118,414.03
Demand Loans ................................
27,965.37
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
3,300.00
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,600.00
Other Real Estate............................
797.50
Other Resources ..............................
3,105.60
Cash Short ........................................
Grand T ota l...................... $ 220,564.40




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 106,223.59
Demand Certificates ........................
Time Certificates ............................
43,644.52
Cashier’s Checks ...............................
3,407.98
Certified Checks ..............................
26.75
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits................ $ 153,312.84
Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 20,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
20,396.32
Notes and Bills Payable.................
18,500.00
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
5,365.24
Reserve fo r Taxes.................................
3,000.00
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................
Grand T otal...................... $ 220,564.40

36

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Cedar Bluff
The Cedar Bluff Bank
OFFICERS
W. A. Snead, President.
D. N. Williamson, Vice-President.
W. R. Westbrook, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
W. A. Snead.
T. L. Lasseter.
D. N. Williamson.
W. S. McElrath.
J. F. Slone.
W. M. Clifton.
B. R. Bates.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ......... .................................. $
Gold .....
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..... .....
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.__
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State____
Due from Banks in other States....

10,114.00
723.50
695.21
117.74

89,468.32

Total................................ $ 101,018.77
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts .................................. —
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...............
Other Real Estate........................._
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short .................................... —

42,338.01
175.00
991.45
1,488.21
1,750.00

Grand Total.................... $ 147,761.44

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ..... .......... ......
Time Certificates ....... .....................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

85,612.00
9,133.24
1,521.84

43.06

Total Deposits.................$

96,310.14

Capital Stock paid in...................... 1
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid______
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

16,500.00
25,000.00
4,920.45
5,022.00

8.85

Grand Total.................... $ 147,761.44

Centre

The Cherokee County Bank
OFFICERS
G. P. Smith, President.
J. L. Savage, Vice-President.
J. H. Savage, Cashier.

G. P. Smith.
J. L. Savage.

DIRECTORS
S. C. Tatum.
J. C. Hale.
G. F. Morrison.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

54,894.55
25,092.96

.$

89,993.29

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ...................... .......
Cash Short .................................... —

10,000.00
68,093.02

Total.

Grand Total.




2.786.00
2.275.00
644.29
4,300.49

182.52
1,000.00
2,000.00

.$ 171,268.83

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 100,400.58
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates .............................
30,228.39
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
908.55
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House.....................
Due Banks in this State................
539.01
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total Deposits.................$ 132,076.53
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..... .....
Notes and Bills Payable................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes......................... ...
Reserve fo r Interest_ __________
_
Other Liabilities ....................... ...__
Cash Over ......... ................................
Grand Total.

16,700.00
17,000.00
5,462.18

30.12

.$ 171,268.83

37

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Centreville

The Bibb County Banking & Trust Company
OFFICERS
J. P. Kennedy, President.
Ed. Kennedy, Vice-President.
J. P. Suttle, Cashier.

J. P. Kennedy.
Ed Kennedy.

DIRECTORS
J. P. Suttle.
S. D. Logan.
C. D. Logan.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies....._ ...
Checks and Cash Items...............—
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

9,517.53
7,750.38

Total....,........................... $

22,582.48

4,046.00
717.50
437.62
113.45

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
108,351.82
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
3,200.00
Overdrafts ........................................
34.77
Banking House ................................
10,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures..................
1,100.00
867.54
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short .................... ...................
Grand Total.................... ? 146,136.61

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ________ ....___$
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates .................... ... ....
Cashier’s Checks ...................... .......
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House.............. .....
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................
Total Deposits.................$

79,709.23
12,151.00
191.49
109.35

92,161.07

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 25,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
18,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
2,975.54
Notes and Bills Payable.....................
8,000.00
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 146,136.61

Centreville

The Peoples Bank
OFFICERS
J. W. Hunnicutt, President.
W. C. Fuller, Vice-President.
Letcher Melton, Cashier.
N. W. Hunnicutt, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
J. W. Hunnicutt.
S. C. Meigs.
W. C. Fuller.
W. W. Lavender.
M. G. Crews.
Letcher Melton.
N. W. Hunnicutt.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...............
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.__
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State....—
Due from Banks in other States....

1,177.50
33,202.38
21,436.20

6,949.00
3,682.60
364.84
903.72

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits _____________ $
Demand Certificates ......... ....... .....
Time Certificates _______________
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House.....................
Due Banks in this State._________
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................

59,610.65
31,380.52
36.40

Total................................ $

67,716.14

Total Deposits.................$

91,027.67

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ______________- ............
Banking House ________- ...............
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate....... ...................Other Resources ------------------------Cash Short ........................................

1,500.00
58,041.82
8,592.78

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund .............................. ....
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted_____
Reserve fo r Taxes_______________
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ___— _______________ __

42,000.00

.?

139,955.21

Grand Total.




4,000.00
104.47

Grand Total.

.?

6,927.64

139,955.21

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917,

38

Chatom

The Chatom State Bank
OFFICERS
James N. Granade, President.
C. M. Davis, Assistant Cashier.

J. S. Granade.
H. C. Dumas.
J. H. Blount.
C. V. Williams.

DIRECTORS
T. J. Dees.
James N. Granade.
M. L. Smith.
A. J. Wood, M. D.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ________ ________________$
Gold .........................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash terns...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ____________
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..................... ... ....
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House.....................
27,769.50 Due Banks in this State....... .........
2,466.67 Due Banks in other States_______
Due Unpaid Dividends___________
2,190.00
146.00
1,148.66
793.76

41,743.40
12,138.53
844.78

Total_________________ 8

34,513.49

Total Deposits................ $

54,726.71

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts....... ....... .........
Demand Loans __________________
Overdrafts ........ ...............- ........ ......
Banking House ___ ______________
Furniture and Fixtures__________
Other Real Estate........................ ....
Other Resources ________ ________
Cash Short ........................ ...............

1,000.00
40,944.08

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund .............................. ...
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid___ ___
Notes and Bills Payable..... ...........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted_____
Reserve fo r Taxes........................ ....
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over .................................. .

15,000.00
6,500100

Grand Total.................... $

78,654.67

Grand Total.................... $

78,654.67

3.45
1,700.00
493.65

2,027.96

200.00
200.00

Clanton

The Peoples Savings Bank
OFFICERS
DIRECTORS
W . T. Callen, President.
W. T. Callen.
J. B. Downs.
Jno. A . Thomas, Vice-President and Cashier. Samuel Kaufman.
Jno. A . Thomas.
F.
J. Callen, Assistant Cashier.
E. E. Upchurch.
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
Currency ....... .......................... ......... $ 11,338.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $ 204,915.08
Gold ........................ ...........................
200.00 Demand Certificates ................ ......
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
1,266.14 Time Certificates .............................
14,918.03
Checks and Cash Items..................
592.43 Cashier’s Checks ..............................
5,944.23
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.__
Certified Checks ..............................
6,888.13
Cash Items in Transit....................
16,151.72 Due to Clearing House____
Due form Banks in this State.......
106,096.44 Due Banks in this State....
Due from Banks in other States....
10,923.34 Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total.

146,568.07

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts........................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures.................
Other Real Estate......................... .
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short .......................................
Grand Total.




6,900.00
79,784.51
34,150.00
2,555.37
2,700.00
1,880.14

$ 274,538.09

Total Deposits.................$ 232,665.47
Capital Stock paid in...................... i
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................Notes and Bills Rediscounted_____
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ......................................
Grand T otal

15,000.00
26,872.62

.$ 274,538.09

39

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Clayton

The Advance Banking Company
OFFICERS
Geo. A. Johnston, President.
W. H. Robertson, Jr., Vice-President.
S. H. Dowling, Cashier.
Geo. A. Johnston, Jr., Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
Geo. A. Johnston.
H. E. Peach.
W. H. Robertson, Jr.
Geo. W. Peach.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gokt ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

22,939.19
13,840.20

Total................................$

50,392.60

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

11,385.00
518.50
53.45
1,656.26

88,983.21
6,266.32
795.81
1,771.65
2,561.35
33.51

Grand Total.................... $ 150,804.45

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................

87,596.16
2,989.72

Total Deposits.................$

90,585.88

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

50,000.00
5,000.00
5,218.57

Grand Total.................... $ 150,804.45

Clayton

The Clayton Banking Company
OFFICERS
O. B. Pruett, President.
J. E. Parish, Vice-President.
J. T. Floyd, Jr., Cashier.

O. B. Pruett.

DIRECTORS
J. E. Parish.
G. W. Peach.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...............
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

13,131.10
28,421.92

Total...... .........................$

54,612.01

11,636.00
465.00
528.24
429.75

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
148,803.88
Demand Loans ................................
10,834.71
Overdrafts ........................................
738.16
Banking House ..............- ................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
1,000.00
Other Real Estate............................
780.88
Other Resources ..............................
1,600.00
Cash Short ........................................
11.63
Grand T otal...................... $ 218,381.27




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 108,301.42
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates .............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
419.86
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
123.58
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits................ $ 108,844.86
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxespaid............
Notes and Bills Payable................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................ .................

50,000.00
37,000.00
9,536.41
10,000.00
3,000.00

Grand T otal...................... $ 218,381.27

40

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Clio

The Clio Banking Company
OFFICERS
W. A. Arnold, President.
G. O. Wallace, Vice-President.
A . C. Dillard, Cashier.
C. H. Stephens, Assistant Cashier.

W. A. Arnold.
G. O. Wallace.

DIRECTORS
A. C. Dillard.
A. Major.
J. J. Mizell.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold .................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.__
Cash Items in Transit___________
Due from Banks in this State____
Due from Banks in other States....

4,232.00
2,051.00
1,109.85
394.77
65,527.11
32,787.11

Total................................ $ 106,101.84
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.___
Demand Loans ...... —____________
Overdrafts ________
Banking House ________
Furniture and Fixtures__________
Other Real Estate._________ ____ __
Other Resources ___
Cash Short ____ ___ _____ ____ ___

87,486.83
9,424.72
2,133.78
2,150.00
1,785.35
2,450.00

Grand Total.....................$ 211,532.52

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .... ....................$ 147,098.29
Demand Certificates ____________
Time Certificates ............................
10.00
Cashier’s Checks ...................... .......
Certified Checks ________________
Due to Clearing House________ ___
Due Banks in this State..... ..... _...
366.28
Due Banks in other States_______
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................$ 147,474.57
Capital Stock paid in.............. ....... 3
Surplus Fund ................... ..............
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.....---------Notes and Bills Rediscounted_____
Reserve fo r Taxes_____________ __
Reserve fo r Interest_______ __ ___
Other Liabilities ..... —
___ ________
Cash Over ................................... ......

25.000.
18.000.
1,034.85
20 , 000.00

23.10

Grand Total___________ $ 211,532.52

Coffee Springs

The Bank of Coffee Springs
OFFICERS
J. L. Crawford, President.
H.
C. Riley, Vice-President.
J. P. Lawson, Cashier.

M. F. Damon.
C. E. Segrest.

DIRECTORS
J. L. Crawford.
H. C. Riley.
J. P. Lawson.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ......................... ..................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies______
Checks and Cash Items_ _______
_
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit..............
Due from Banks in this State..... .
Due from Banks in other States....

397.09
7,211.14
3,316.79

Total................................$

14,200.51

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand T otal...................... $




2,770.00
210.00
148.12
147.37

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..... ........................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

41,771.60
1,952.85
3,066.54

180.00

Total Deposits.................$

46,970.99

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
60,005.69 Surplus Fund ..................................
10,051.51 Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
205.42
1,000.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
500.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

25,000.00
10,000.00

85,963.13

85,963.13

Grand T otal...................... $

3,985.17

6.97

00
00

41

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Collinsville

The Farmers & Merchants Bank
OFFICERS
O. L. Hall, President.
V. M. Brindley, Cashier.
J. P. Cox, Assistant Cashier.

O. L. Hall.
Irby C. Hall.
V. M. Brindley.

DIRECTORS
J. C. Longshore.
J. T. Siniard.
R. A. Burt.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ............................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit----- ----------Due from Banks in this State....._
Due from Banks in other States_

13,205.65
61,767.66

Total................................$

91,162.37

10,177.00
3,547.50
2,464.56

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
108,493.97
Demand Loans ................................
6,353.00
Overdrafts .................
60.14
4,500.00
Banking House ........................._.....
Furniture and Fixtures.....—..........
2,500.00
Other Real Estate........................
4,150.00
Other Resources ....................... ......
Cash Short .................................... ..
Grand Total.................... $ 217,219.48

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................? 128,204.77
Demand Certificates ________ ____
Time Certificates .................. ..... ...
29,197.52
Cashier’s Checks ...................... .......
1,592.70
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House________ __ _
Due Banks in this State_________
Due Banks in other States_______
Due Unpaid Dividends___________
Total Deposits.................? 158,994.99
Capital Stock paid in...................... ?
Surplus Fund -....... ....... ........ ........ .
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted..... ...
Reserve fo r Taxes________ _____ _
Reserve fo r Interest.___ _________
Other Liabilities _________________
Cash Over ..........................................

44,000.00
4,194.58
10,000.00

29.91

Grand Total.................... $ 217,219.48

Columbia

The Bank of Columbia
OFFICERS
W. F. Oakley, President.
L. W. Armstrong, Cashier.
M. L. Oakley, Assistant Cashier.

W. F. Oakley.
L. W. Armstrong.
T. L. Blackwell.

DIRECTORS
E. W. Wilkerson.
W. L. Lee.
Espy Smith.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies............
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit...................
Due from Banks in this State..........
Due form Banks in other States....

1,633.02
49,181.87
15,989.51

Total................................?

76,498.60

Total Deposits.................?

97,038.75

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ....... .........................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate......................... ...
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

1,199.68
48,049.05

Capital Stock paid in...................... ?
Surplus Fund ................ .:...............
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted..... ...
Reserve fo r Taxes........................ .
Reserve fo r Interest.........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over .................................. .......

25,000.00
7,000.00

Grand Total.




.?

6,044.00
2,900.00
750.20

2,000.00
2,523.00

130,270.33

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ ?
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ................. ...... .
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Grand T o ta l.... .

96,293.30
745.45

1,231.58

.? 130,270.33

42

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Columbiana

The Columbiana Savings Bank
OFFICERS
W . F. Davis, President.
W. W. Wallace, Vice-President.
W. L. Christian, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
W. F. Davis.
J. F. Norris.
J. C. Reinhardt.
W. L. Christian A. Mooney.
H. J. Busby.
R F. Cox.
J. S. Jackson. J. T. Finley.
H.
W. Parker, Jr.
Max Lefkevits.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels andPennies.............
Checks and Cash Items................
Exchanges (o r Clearing House___
Cash Items ini Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState......
Due from Banks in other States....

24,514.92
9,042.21

Total................................ $

43,521.81

Total Deposits.................$

90,914.83

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House .........................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate...... ......................
Other Resources ........................ .....
Cash Short ..................................... .

1,125.00
72,203.98
3,883.79
74.48
4,350.00
1,754.00
1,962.85

Capital Stock paid in......................$
Surplus Fund .................. ................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted...... .
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest.................... ....
Other Liabilities ...................... —
.....
Cash Over .................................. .......

35,000.00
2,000.00

7,979.00
900.00
846.98
238.70

Grand Total.................... $ 128,875.91

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ...............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................

88,534.94
375.89
4.00

2,000.00

961.08

Grand Total......'.............. $ 128,875.91

Cordova

The Cordova Bank
OFFICERS
M. H. Johnston, President and Cashier.
G. S. Elliott, Vice-President.

DIRECTORS
J. M. Miller.
B. F. Nuttall.
J. R. Shepherd.
E. H. Tubb.
J A. Williams.

G. S: Elliott.
J. W. Hood.
M. H. Johnston.
P. M. Long.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ......................... r ........................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State____
Due from Banks in other States__

38,280.90
6,558.37

Total................................ $

52,880.84

Total Deposits............ ....$

73,894.93

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ............... .................

1,750.00
38,415.15

Capital Stock paid in.................. ....$
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current

15,000.00
1,500.00

5,631.00
2,199.19
211.38

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ................... ....$
Time Certificates ........................
Cashier’s Checks ..........................
Certified Checks ..........................
Due to Clearing House.................
Due Banks in this State.............
Due Banks in other States........
Due Unpaid Dividends................

15,792.39
415.61

.96
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short •
........................................
Grand Total.




.$

1,800.00

94,846.95

57,686.93

4,079.83
Notes and Bills Payable............
Notes and Bills Rediscounted....
Reserve fo r Taxes.......................
Reserve fo r Interest....................
Other Liabilities .........................
Cash Over ...................................
Grand Total.

372.19
.$

94,846.95

43

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Cragford

The Cragford Bank
OFFICERS
J. F. Carter, President.
W. D. Mitchell, Vice-President.
W. H. Price, Vice-President.
J. E. Parsons, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
J. F. Carter.
P. E. Wright.
W. D. Mitchell.
M. A. Wilson.
W. H. Price.
W. S. Childs.
J. E. Parsons.
A. II. Fargason.
G. W. B. Walker.
J. I,. Fulbright.
D.. D. Mitchell.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items....... ....... ....
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

13,271.14
5,158.24

Total..... .......................... $

22,685.01

Total Deposits_________ $

34,193.23

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts........................
Demand Loans ............................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate._____________ __
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short .......................... ....... .....

1,000.00
25,323.00
1,500.00

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund .............................. ...
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable....... .........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes........ ....................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over .............. ......... ... ..... .......

15,000.00
6,000.00

Grand Total.................... $

56,262.35

Grand Total.................... $

56,262.35

2,487.00
505.00
1,263.63

1,200.00
800.00
3,754.34

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ........................
Time Certificates .......................... .
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State...................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................

23,346.12
9,655.52
441.59

750.00

2,069.12

Crossville

The First Bank of Crossville
OFFICERS
S. P. Smith, President.
G. W. Justice, Vice-President.
C. D. King, Cashier.

S. P. Smith.
G. W. Justice.

DIRECTORS
J. W. Black.
H. B. Black.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash terns in Transit......................
Due from Banks in thisState.___
Due from Banks in other States....

376.82
27,394.34

Total................................$

33,603.00

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.................. —
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts .........
Banking House .....
Furniture and Fixtures...............
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




.$

5,271.00
97.50
116.62
346.72

29,350.01
100.00
5.80
1,234.19
1,454.74

65,747.74

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House.___________
Due Banks in this State....—.... .....
Due Banks in other States_______
Due Unpaid Dividends..... ...............

36,073.18
705.00
12.00

Total Deposits................ $

36,790.18

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..... ............................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid___ __
Notes and Bills Payable_________
Notes and Bills Rediscounted_____
Reserve fo r Taxes_______________
Reserve fo r Interest__________ —
Other Liabilities ________________
Cash Over .................................. —.....

20,000.00

Grand Total.

.$

4,946.15
4,000.00

11.41
65,747.74

44

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Cuba
The Bank of Cuba
OFFICERS
W. E. McGowen, President.
A. L. Vaughan, Vice-President.
T. S. Ward, Cashier.
C. W. McGowen, Assistant Cashier.

W. E. McGowen.
T. P. McGowen.
H. B. Ward.

DIRECTORS
A. L. Vaughan.
L. Poole.
R. B. Patton.
T. S. Ward.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency .......... ................................. $
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks . in this State.......
Due from Banks in otherStates....
Total.

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates .... .-.......... ............
Cashier’s Checks ........... ..................
Certified Checks ....................... ......
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.................. .

3,127.00
277.50
360.68
4.20
24,452.64
6,894.55

79,850.69
13,706.75
353.26

35,116.57

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ...............,................
Overdrafts ........... ............ ................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate......................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ..................... ..................

Total Deposits.................$

93,910.70

6,250.00
46,505.96
20,000.00
141.43
2,500.00
1,600.00
255.00

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ........................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest.........................
Other Liabilities ....................... ......
Cash Over ....

15,000.00
1,500.00

Grand Total.................... $ 112,368.96

1,500.43
150.00
300.80
7.03

Grand Total.................... $ 112,368.96

Cullman
The Parker Bank & Trust Company
OFFICERS
Geo. H. Parker, President.
M. L. Robertson, Cashier.
H.
C. Arnold, Vice-President.
Joe Spitznagel, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
Geo. H. Parker.
H. C. Arnold.
M. L. Robertson.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............ ................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items....!..............
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.......................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total.

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ............
Demand Certificates ...........
Time Certificates ...............
Cashier’s Checks .................
Certified. Checks .................
17,147.06Due to Clearing House........
95,793.97 Due Banks in this State....
47,843.56 Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

35,651.00
6,175.00
2,219.02
4,205.15

322,097.17

209,034.76

Total Deposits.................$ 362,670.58

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
4,409.00
Loans and Discounts......................
185,695.72
Demand Loans ................................
8,160.81
Overdrafts ........................................
565.01
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
20,436.86
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




.$ 428,302.16

37,023.97
3,549.44

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes...................
Reserve fo r Interest................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................
Grand Total.

50,000.00
6,000.00
9,631.58

...$ 428,302.16

45

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Dadeville

The Sturdivant Bank
OFFICERS

DIRECTORS

Thos. S. Sturdivant, Cashier.
H. C. Sturdivant, Assistant Cashier.

(Not Incorporated)

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold .......
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House—
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

23,552.47
6,612.51

Total................................$

42,344.29

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ..................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

21,600.00
84,661.61
16,554.50
2.18
2,500.00
3,100.00
13,675.00
768.67

7,287.00
3,037.50
86.91
1,767.90

Grand Total.................... $ 185,206.25

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 124,765.41
Demand Certificates ......................
4,526.92
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................$ 129,292.33
Capital Stock paid in ...................... $
Surplus Fund ....................... :.........
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over .........................................

50,000.00
2,649.20
3,264.67

.05

Grand Total.................... $ 185,206.25

Dadeville

The Tallapoosa County Bank
OFFICERS

DIRECTORS
William Gray.
G. J. Sorrell.

William Gray, President.
G. J. Sorrell, Vice-President.
C. M. Corprew, Cashier.

T. J. Jones.
T. C. Acree.
D. W. Crawford.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.__
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.___
Due from Banks in other States....
Total

3,558.00
4,002.50
1,403.83
173.05
1,112.50
15,194.33
8,591.75

£

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .................
Demand Certificates ...............
Time Certificates .................... .
Cashier’s Checks .......................
Certified Checks .......................
Due to Clearing House.____ __
Due Banks in this State._____
Due Banks in other States......
Due Unpaid Dividends.............

67,236.25
550.00
14,653.18
142.00

.$

34,035.96

Total Deposits.................$

82,581.43

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ........................ .....
Cash Short

12,524.92
81,593.81

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

50,000.00
10,000.00

Grand Total.




288.92
4,500.00
4,000.00
8,920.06

.$ 145,863.67

Grand Total.

3,270.91
11.33

.$ 145,863.67

46

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Daleville
The Bank of Daleville
OFFICERS
DIRECTORS
G. H. Malone, President.
G. H. Malone.
T. B. Wells.
W. W. Morris.
J. M. Edmondson.
W . W. Morris, Vice-President.
L. E. Wells, Cashier.
L. E. Wells.
W. H. Mullins.
T. B. Wells, Assistant Cashier.
H. H. Dowling.
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ................................... ...... $
Gold .........................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House___
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.... .
Due from Banks in other States....

3,316.96
20,022.70
2,407.96

Total................................ $

29,483.90

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts .......................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $

2,615.00
950.00
171.28

37,043.01
2,027.95
1,871.26
1,164.50

71,590.62

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ...................... ____
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.______ __
Due Banks in other States_______
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

41,295.73
1,063.72

Total Deposits.................$

42,359.45

Capital Stock paid in...................... 3
Surplus Fund ..............................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid_____
Notes and Bills Payable._____ ___
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.____
Reserve fo r Taxes.................
Reserve fo r Interest___ ____ _____
Other Liabilities _________ _______
Cash Over ...................... ........... „ . ...

25,000.00
1,000.00

Grand Total.................„..$

71,590.62

2,931.17
300.00

Decatur

The Tennessee Valley Bank
(Branches at Cherokee, Courtland, Double Springs, Falkville, Florence, Gurley, Haleyville,
Hillsboro, Leighton, Paint Rock, Russellville, Scottsboro, Stevenson,
Town Creek, Tuscumbia)
OFFICERS
DIRECTORS
Clyde Hendrix, President.
A. F. Rebman, Chmn. B oard; G. D. Williamson,
S e c.; F. R. Beason, B. N. Bibb, W. W. Fussell, D. F.
D. F. Green, Vice-President.
Jno. E. Orman, Vice-President.
Green, J. M. Houston, D. W. Irwin, J. E. Orman, F.
H. Pointer, T. J. Phillips, C. M. Rousseau, P. B. Tim­
P. M. Timberlake, Vice-President.
berlake, R. H. Tweedy, W . R. Bonds, R. A . Duncan,
W . W. Fussell, Cashier.
J. C. White, Assistant Cashier.
B. E. Graham, Clyde Hendrix, F. B. Hunter, Jno. W.
Johnson, A. G. Patterson, Jno. F. Proctor, Jno. D.
E. C. Steele, Assistant Cashier.
Rather, Jr., M. B. Shelton, W. T. Williams.
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
Currency .................................. ......... $ 108,828.00 Individual Deposits .........................$1,666,673.60
Gold ...................................................
1,952.50 Demand Certificates ____________
Silver, Nickels and Pennies___ ___
16,202.10 Time Certificates ............................
61,998.67
6,588.11 Cashier’s Checks .........................
Checks and Cash Items________ ....
33,825.42
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.__
Certified Checks ...............
2,052.00
Cash Items in Transit....................
106,504.79 Due to Clearing House___________
Due from Banks in this State____
34,691.09 Due Banks in this State.................
18,211.49
Due from Banks in other States.... 129,727.96 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total................................ $ 404,494.55

Total Deposits.................$1,782,761.18

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 89,543.82
Loans and Discounts...................... 1,241,564.28
Demand Loans ................................
307,878.27
Overdrafts ...............
3,729.62
Banking House ................................
50,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures...................
16,900.00
Other Real Estate............................
47,554.00
Other Resources ..............................
13,331.44
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 150,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
25,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
4,209.80
Notes and Bills Payable................. 170,000.00
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
27,025.00
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
16,000.00
Reserve fo r Interest_____________
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over .... —
.................. ................

Grand Total.




$2,174,995.98

Grand Total.

.$2,174,995.98

47

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Demopolis

The Robertson Banking Company
OFFICERS
W. S. Prout, President.
G. T. Breitling, Vice-President.
L. C. Lowe, Vice-President.
J. B. Taylor, Cashier.
E. E. Tallichet, Assistant Cashier.

W. M. Spencer.
Dr. E. B. Bailey.
G. T. Breitling.
H. A. Feibelman.
Morris Goldman,

DIRECTORS
J. A. Hudson.
L. C. Lowe.
W. S. Prout.
J. B. Taylor.
Gaius Whitfield.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House___
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$

16,698.00
3,260.00
5,250.43
468.55
51,851.02
16,485.23
94,013.23

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 20,000.00
483,433.37
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
105,950.93
Overdrafts ........................................
2,806.96
Banking House .....................
14,000.00
2,685.00
Furniture and Fixtures....... ...........
Other Real Estate............................
7,036.50
Other Resources ..............................
11,975.67
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 741,901.66

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 336,462.61
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
160,820.04
1,230.84
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
500.00
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
1,426.89
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................$ 500,440.38
Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 125,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
75,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxespaid............
18,461.28
Notes and Bills Payable................
20,000.00
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes.................................
3,000.00
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 741,901.66

Dora

The Dora Banking & Trust Company
A.
R.
R.
C.

OFFICERS
B. Phillips, President.
H. Palmer, Vice-President.
M. Morgan, Vice-President.
I. Jones, Cashier.

A. B. Phillips.
R. H. Palmer.
R. M. Morgan.

DIRECTORS
P. P. Crowe.
G. May.
C. I. Jones.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

70,656.91
1,936.25

Total................................ $

82,115.52

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

5,750.00
63,804.19

Grand Total.




7,999.00
65.00
1,098.29
360.07

35.00
5,000.00
769.75
2,000.00

.$ 159,474.46

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .........................$ 109,674.90
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
27,849.95
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
1,237.55
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................
45.00
Total Deposits.................$ 138,807.40
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............
Cash Over ..........................................
Grand Total.

10,000.00
2,500.00
8,011.91

154.68
.47

.$ 159,474.46

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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Dothan

The Dothan Bank & Trust Company
E.
J.
J.
F.

OFFICERS
R. Porter, President.
J. Whiddon, Vice-President.
J. Flowers, Second Vice-President.
A . Flowers, Cashier.

E. R. Porter.
J. J. Whiddon.
F. J. Flowers.
J. W. Grant.
Dr. E. F. Moody.

DIRECTORS
Dr. J. L. Ellis.
J. II. Brawshaw.
B. G. Farmer.
W R. Chapman.
R. D. Crawford.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................2
Gold ..........
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

11,013.00
682.50
1,401.60
2,590.02
8,461.70
12,153.09
98,048.36

Total.............................. .? 134,350.27
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
2,768.17
Loans and Discounts....................... 195,492.76
17,613.54
Demand Loans .....
Overdrafts ...............
3,770.34
Banking House ________ _________
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,918.44
7,550.30
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
687.34
Cash Short ........................................
5.65
Grand Total.................... 3 365,166.81

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ____________ ..$ 278,974.86
Demand Certificates ____________
Time Certificates ........................ ...
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
602.14
Certified Checks .... .................... ,,__
975.00
Due to Clearing House______ .____
Due Banks in this State_______ __
Due Banks in other States_______
Due Unpaid Dividends___________
Total Deposits....... ... ..... 3 280,551.99
Capital Stock paid in...................... 3
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..... .....
Notes and Bills Payable...... ..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted..... .
Reserve fo r Taxes......................... ...
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

60,000.00
10,000.00
14,604.82

Grand Total___________ 3 365,156.81

Eclectic
The Bank of Eclectic
DIRECTORS
B. L. Gaddis, Jr. J. I. Shores.
M.
W. L. Lancaster. L. M. Thomas.
J.
Lee Hornsby.
M. J. Butler.
J.
S. R. Milner.
A. L. Hamilton. J.

OFFICERS
B. L. Gaddis, Jr., President.
J. A. Howie, Vice-President.
Lee Hornsby, Cashier.
O. P. Edwards, Assistant Cashier.

L. Cotton.
N. Edwards.
D. Edwards.
A. Howie.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
Currency .......................... ......... ....... 3
3,615.00 Individual Deposits ........................ 3
Gold ..................................
67.60 Demand Certificates ____________
Time Certificates ............................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..... ...........
352.39
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Checks and Cash Items.........................
133.05
Certified Checks ..............................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House___
Cash Items in Transit____ _____
42.80 Due to Clearing House.....................
Due from Banks in this State___ _
2,262.53 Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due from Banks in other States...*
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total............................... 3

76,932.54
5,360.00
1,889.14

1,307.83

6,463.27

Total Deposits.................3

85,489.51

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..3
500.00
Loans and Discounts...................... . 35,651.31
Demand Loans ...............
45,322.39
Overdrafts ..............
77.93
Banking House _______________
2,105.40
Furniture and Fixtures...............—
1,000.00
Other Real Estate.........................
5,523.02
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ........................ .........
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable...................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

10,000.00

Grand Total.




.3

96,643.32

G rand Total.

3

1,117.10

36.71
96,643.32

49

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Elba

The Elba Bank & Trust Company
OFFICERS
F. P. Rainer, President.
Y. W. Rainer, Vice-President.
J. B. Amos, Cashier.

F. P. Rainer.
Y. W. Rainer.

DIRECTORS
J. M. Folsom.
D. J. Brooks.
J. B. Amos.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
flnlH
.........
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House..__
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State____
Due from Banks in other States....

1,788.71
13.062.30
32.769.30

Total................................3

62,551.86

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .................. .....$

7.776.00
4.150.00
2,623.95
381.60

Time Certificates ..................._ —
Cashier’s Checks .......................
Certified Checks .................. .
Due to Clearing House..............
Due Banks in this State.........
Due Banks in other States
Due Unpaid Dividends..............

90,480.63
19,771.50
387.82
221.07

Total Deposits.......... ......$ 110,861.02

6,737.84 Capital Stock paid in.................. $
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
121,069.29 Surplus Fund ..........................
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
ExDenses and Taxes paid
Overdrafts ........................ ...............
6,272.51 Notes and Bills Payable..... ...........
Banking House ................................
3,355.66 Notes ad Bills Rediscounted
Furniture and Fixtures..................
1,300.69 Reserve fo r Taxes......................... .
Other Real Estate............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Resources ..............
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Short ...... .................................
Cash Over .......................... ..........
Grand Total.................... $ 201,287.75

50.000.
20.000.
19,296.99

1,120.00
9.74

Grand Total............. ......$ 201,287.75

Ensley

The Bank of Alabama
OFFICERS
Robert A. Terrell, President.
John W. Minor, Vice-President.
Foster Hamilton, Cashier.
Robert D. Russell, Assistant Cashier.
Spruce A. McRee, Assistant Cashier.

James A. Dupuy.
Samuel L. Earle.
John W. Minor.

DIRECTORS
Nimrod W. Scott.
Arthur W. Smith.
Robert A. Terrell.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
T o ta l................................ $

26,987.00
782.50
3,318.23
114.74
6,377.13
47,056.03
11,595.85
96,231.48

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 227,054.55
Loans and Discounts....................... 337,473.02
Demand Loans ................................
33,543.36
Overdrafts ........................................
887.88
Banking House ................................
23,310.99
Furniture and Fixtures...................
1,650.00
Other Real Estate............................
4,463.69
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand T otal...................... $ 724,614.97




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........... ... .. ----- $ 444,591.28
Demand Certificates ...............
43,680.38
Time Certificates ...... — —
Cashier’s Checks ________
3,272.69
Certified Checks .... .... ..... ... ....
25.23
Due to Clearing House.............
Due Banks in this State........
146,600.86
Due Banks in other States....
19,937.00
Due Unpaid Dividends............. .. ..
Total Deposits......... ------ 3 658,107.44
Capital Stock paid in................------3
Surplus Fund ...............................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid....
Notes and Bills Payable.... .... —
Notes and Bills Rediscounted..
Reserve fo r Taxes....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities ...................... —
Cash Over ..................................

50,000.00
2,000.00
10,790.97
770.68
2,945.88

Grand T otal...................... $ 724,614.97

00
00

50

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Ensley
The Bank of Ensley (Ramsay & McCormack, Inc.)
(Branch at Wylam)
OFFICERS
DIRECTORS
Erskine Ramsay, President.
Erskine Ramsay.
G. B. McCormack.
G. B. McCormack, Vice-President.
R. E. Chadwick.
R.
E. Chadwick, Vice-President and Cashier.
Samuel C. Kins, Assistant Cashier.
H. J. Cummings, Manager Wylam Branch.
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
Currency ............................. .............. $ 29,066.00 Individual Deposits .........................$1,836,300.33
Gold ....................................................
2,565.00 Deihand Certificates ....................... 100,151.28
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
25,564.68 Time Certificates ............................
3,027.61
Checks and Cash Items...................
2,058.18 Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
1,948.00 Certified Checks ..............................
771.77
Due to Clearing House....................
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
243,995.14 Due Banks in this State...............„
Due from Banks in other States....
98,420.86 Due Banks in other States_______
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total................................ $ 403,617.86

Total Deposits.................$1,940,250.99

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..? 281,213.65
Loans and Discounts...................... 1,215,058.80
Demand Loans ................................
164,880.26
1,264.94
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House .....— .......................
25,642.99
Furniture and Fixtures................ .
Other Real Estate................
72,914.89
Other Resources _____________.......
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in......................$ 100,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
100,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
20,934.26
Notes and Bills Payable.... ............
Notes and Bills Rediscounted_____
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
1,748.19
Reserve fo r Interest........................
1,659.95
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ......................................... '

Grand Total.................... $2,164,593.39

Grand Total.................... $2,164,593.39

Enterprise
The Enterprise Banking Company
OFFICERS
J. B. Byrd, President.
R.
H. Arrington, Vice-President.
J. H. Morgan, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
J. B. Byrd.
J. Rawls.
R. H. Arrington.
J. W. Henderson.
G. C. Sansburry.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House___
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

40,493.88
2,514.01

Total................................ $

48,412.82

1,471.00
1,905.00
1,310.20
718.73

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
8,800.00
Loans and Discounts....................... 150,812.35
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
64.21
Banking House ................................
3,500.00
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,000.00
Other Real Estate............................
4,500.00
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand T ota l...................... $ 218,089.38




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 105,456.75
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ...:..........................
451.82
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................
Total Deposits................ $ 105,908.57
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes...................
Reserve fo r Interest................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

50,000.00
50,000.00
12,180.81

Grand T o ta l...................... $ 218,089.38

51

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Epes

The Sumter Bank & Trust Company
OFFICERS
W. J. Willis, President.
Dr. R. L. Young, Vice-President.
W. R. Lewellen, Cashier.
J. D. Lewellen, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
W. J. Willis.
R. J. Boyd.
Dr. R. L. Young.
J. P. Mabry.
W. R. Lewellen.
S. C. Lewis.
F. L. Mitchell.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ..................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House........
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

3,131.00
1,093.50
304.61
345.13
4,637.83

Total................................$

12,600.00
1,253.00

Grand Total.................... $

41,734.26

26,127.43

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted_____
Reserve fo r Taxes_______________
Reserve fo r Interest_____________
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ________ _______________

27,067.23
800.00
4.96
2,000.00
2,000.00
350.00

Grand Total.................... $

800.00
21.90

Total Deposits...... .......... $

9,512.07

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short .................................. .....

25,305.53

41,734.26

1,753.83

Eufaula

The Bank of Eufaula
OFFICERS
W. Lawrence Wild, President.
Robert Moulthrop, Vice-President.
H. Lampley, Jr., Cashier.

DIRECTORS
H. C. Holleman.
W. Lawrence Wild.
Robert Moulthrop.
C. A. Locke.
H. Lampley, Jr.
I. Weil.
George H. Dent.
J. L. Houston.
G. L. Comer.
N. W. Roberts.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

9,281.35
47,920.03

Total................................ $

13,362.00
1,192.50
1,604.25
182.86

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 206,604.46
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ........................ ....
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
8,203.83
Certified Checks ........................ .
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
29,233.67
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

73,542.99

Total Deposits.................$ 244,041.96

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 82,838.30
Loans and Discounts......................
238,413.43
Demand Loans ................................
13,966.57
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
5,670.20
Furniture and Fixtures...................
3,260.44
Other Real Estate............................
2,626.94
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 100,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
14,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
2,928.91
Notes and Bills Payable................
50,000.00
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
9,338.00
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities __________ ____ ....
Cash Over ..........................................

Grand T ota l......................$ 420,308.87

Grand T otal...................... $ 420,308.87




52

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Eutaw
The Merchants & Farmers Bank
Thos.
James
E. A.
J. K.

OFFICERS
W. Coleman, President.
C. Lucius, Vice-President.
Archibald, Cashier.
Smith, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
Thos. W. Coleman.
James C. Lucius.
N. L. Davenport.
B. D. Palmer.
D. W. Duncan.
W. R. Ward.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House___
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

181.44
35,696.91
25,952.53

Total................................ $

75,331.40

8,915.00
2,895.00
1,489.52
201.00

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 119,277.35
Demand Certificates ................. ....
Time Certificates ............................
2,700.00
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
50.00
Certified Checks ......................... .
7.50
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State..... ...........
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................$ 122,034.85

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 37,190.00
104,396.43
Loans and Discounts......................
884.31
Demand Loans ...................... .........

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current

Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................

Notes and Bills Payable..... ........ .
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes.......................... .

5,500.00

55,000.00
40,000.00

Cash Over ........................ ... ..... ......
Grand Total.................... $ 223,533.28

Grand Total.................... $ 223,533.28

Evergreen
The Peoples Bank of Evergreen
(Branch at Castleberry)
OFFICERS
DIRECTORS
C. P. Deming, President.
W. D. Brown.
W. M. Newton;
A.
Cunningham, Vice-President and Cashier. Wm. B. Ivey.
C. P. Deming.
Byron Tisdale, Assistant Cashier.
A. Cunningham.
J. W . Deming, Assistant Cashier.
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$ 11,606.00
Gold ....................................................
2,380.00
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
7,142.65
Checks and Cash Items................ 153.71
Exchanges fo r Clearing House......
Cash Items in Transit.....................
171,507.91
Due from Banks in this State........
Due from Banks in other States....
26,596.97

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 343,727.73
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
3,412.00
Cashier’s Checks ............................ ..
3,079.42
Certified Checks ...................... ........
Due to Clearing House.............
Due Banks in this State.........
Due Banks in other States.....
Due Unpaid Dividends.............

Total. . . ........................... $ 219,387.24

Total Deposits.................$ 350,219.15

Bonds and Stocks owned b y Bank..) 12,000.00
Loans and Discounts......................
216,203.68
Demand Loans .....
57,862.05
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking Houses ..............................
22,879.11
Furniture and Fixtures...................
8,269.84
Other Real Estate............................
21,960.56
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 100,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
105,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses a n d ' Taxes paid...........
3,343.33
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

Grand Total.




$ 558,562.48

Grand Total.

.$ 558,562.48

53

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Fairfield

The First Bank of Fairfield
DIRECTORS
Robert Jemison, Jr.
John L. Kaul.
C. J. Donald.
P. G. Shook.
Ruffin A. Smith.
H. E. Dalbey.

OFFICERS
Robert Jemison, Jr., President.
P. G. Shook, Vice-President.
H. E. Dalbey, Cashier.
Joseph R. Dixon, Assistant Cashier.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold .......................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in otherStates....

34,250.72
315.09

Total................................$

40,145.85

Total Deposits................ ?

63,261.48

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts.............
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House __________________
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

3,120.00
53,867.94
1,935.00

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest_____________
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

25,000.00
12,500.00

4,368.00
202.50
739.35
270.19

2,470.73
972.66
1,376.50
117.12

Grand Total.................... $ 104,005.80

63,151.09

110.39

1,020.27
202.41
2,021.64

Grand Total.................... $ 104,005.80

Fairhope
The Bank of Fairhope
OFFICERS
J. R. Hammet, President.
Henry Crawford, Vice-President.
Wm. McIntosh, Cashier.

C. C. Baldwin.
A. O. Berglin.
Henry Crawford.
M. Dyson.

DIRECTORS
J. R. Hammet.
A. J. Mathes.
A. R. Rockwell.
R. E. Stapleton.
E. D. Swift.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

17,940.35
1,135.80

Total................................$

22,128.53

Total Deposits................ ?

32,262.35

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

4,940.65
13,773.35

Capital Stock paid in......................?
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

10,000.00

Grand Total.

42,262.35

Grand Total.




.?

2,675.00
297.46
79.92

.06
1,030.15
389.61

42,262.35

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ ?
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House........
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

.?

30,853.37
1,327.13
81.85

54

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Faunsdale

The Watkins Banking Company
OFFICERS
S. R. Bethea, President.
G. D. Stollenwerck, Vice-President.
Siddons Stollenwerck, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
S. R. Bethea.
George Pegram.
G. D. Stollenwerck.
Haywood Fitts
Siddons Stollenwerck. E. A. Fitts.
C. S. Watkins.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

5,385.71
6,762.00
186.11
19,073.43
83,772.45
11,376.76

Total................................ $ 126,556.46
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank-2
Loans and Discounts................
Demand Loans __________________
Overdrafts .................
Banking House __________________
Furniture and Fixtures_ _______
_
Other Real Estate._______________
Other Resources ..... ........... _......___
Cash Short ______________________

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ................ ....... $ 179,079.96
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ....................... ....
Cashier’s Checks ...............
411.60
4.50
Certified Checks ___
Due to Clearing House___________
Due Banks in this State._________
5,534.89
Du* Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits............ .....$ 185,030.95

60,978.03 Capital Stock paid in....... ....... . ...$
68,175.34
21,201.21 Undivided Profits, less Current
262.75
Expenses and Taxes paid___
3,000.00 Notes and Bills Payable.______ - •
2,000.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.....
Reserve fo r Taxes.......................
Reserve fo r Interest....... ........ ....
Other Liabilities ..........................
Cash Over ....... ....... ........... ....... .

Grand Total.................... $ 282,173.79

50.000.
31.000.
14,748.13
1,394.71

Grand Total................ .. $ 282,173.79

Fayette

The Alabama State Bank & Trust Company
OFFICERS
E.
P. Goodwin, President.
C. A. Beasley, Vice-President.
W. H. Terry, Cashier.
C. H. Wade, Assistant Cashier.

E. P. Goodwin.
C. A. Beasley.

DIRECTORS
W. H. Terry.
A . M. Grimsley.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels andPennies.............
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState......
Due from Banks in other States....

40,340.09
12,210.97

Total............................... $

67,994.57

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans _____ ____________
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

7,001.00
465.00
588.62
7,388.89

80,052.38
28,550.19
2,729.22

Total Deposits_________ $ 111,331.79

1,000.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
53,725.69 Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
2,000.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
900.00 Reserve fo r Taxes...... ......................
10,510.84 Reserve fo r Interest.........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

Grand T otal...................... $ 136,131.10




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .... _ ................. $
Demand Certificates ____________
Time Certificates ............................
Cashiers Checks ________ _________
Certified Checks ________________
Due to Clearing House___________
Due Banks in this State._________
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends..... ......... .....

15,000.00
7,406.82

1,000.00
1,392.49

Grand T otal...................... $ 136,131.10

00
00

55

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Five Points

The Bank of Five Points
OFFICERS

DIRECTORS

R. N. Bowen, President.
T. M. Clower, Cashier.

R. N. Bowen.
S. O. Day.

J. V . Trammell.
Lee Trammell.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ....................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

3,060.95
2,205.76

Total................................ $

6,875.16

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources .......... ....................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $

1,162.00
30.00
251.59
164.86

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ................... .'.........
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

15,779.46
1,006.87
828.33

Total Deposits.................$

17,614.66
15,000.00
400.00

1,429.61

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

34,060.39

Grand Total.................... $

34,060.39

19,552.00
6,139.99
63.63

45.73
1, 000.00

Flomaton

The Bank of Flomaton
OFFICERS
Wm. Townsend, President.
W. L. Abernathy, Vice-President.
H. Y. Bryan, Cashier.
W. J. Bryan, Acting Cashier.

DIRECTORS
Wm. Townsend.
H. Y. Bryan.
W. L. Abernathy.
W. R. Tisdale.
E. McCurdy.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items............... ...
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

16,244.27
4,295.82

Total................................ $

29,198.63

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand T otal...................... $




5,810.00
770.00
2,078.54

26,245.17
300.00
1,000.00
4,264.00

61,007.80

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................

44,598.61
177.60

Total Deposits.................$

44,776.21

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

15,000.00

Grand T otal...................... $

61,007.80

1,231.59

56

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Florala

The Bank o f Florala
OFFICERS
E. P. Rod well, President.
T. J. Britton, Vice-President.
Theo. S. Lanz, Cashier.
J. F. Holloway, Assistant Cashier.

E. P. Rodwell.
T. J. Britton.
D. A. McPhail.

DIRECTORS
Theo. S. Lanz.
W. C. McLauchlin.
Griffin Miller.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies______
Checks and Cash Items.,...............Exchanges fo r Clearing House..__
Cash Items in Transit___________
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................ $

LIABILITIES
16,796.00 Individual Deposits ........................ 8 177,234.78
1,162.50 Demand Certificates ____________
1,000.00
2,756.90 Time Certificates _____________ __
Cashier’s Checks ________ ________
1,609.63
667.84 Certified Checks _________________
Due to Clearing House._______ ___
47,539.01 Due Banks in this State._________
Due Banks in other States_______
30,040.91
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
97,861.16

Total Deposits......... ....... $ 179,844.41

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 11,000.00 Capital Stock paid in_____ _______ $
Loans and Discounts....................... 100,362.10 Surplus Fund ___________________
Undivided Profits, less Current
Demand Loans ................................
Expenses and Taxes paid______
Overdrafts ....... ......... ......... ......... ....
Banking House ........................
17,500.00 Notes and Bills Payable.__ ______
Furniture and Fixtures_ _______
_
5,480.16 Notes and Bills Rediscounted_____
_
Other Real Estate................
10,580.43 Reserve fo r Taxes_ _____ ______
339.01 Reserve fo r Interest.................. .....
Other Resources ____
Other Liabilities .............. ................
Cash Short ........................ _ ..... _ ...
Cash Over _______________________
Grand Total___________ 3 243,122.86

60,000.00
3,278.45

Grand Total___________ $ 243,122.86

Florence

The Alabama Trust & Savings Bank
OFFICERS
B. A. Rogers, President.
James F. Koonce, Vice-President.
B. R. Holbrook, Vice-President.
J. Fred Johnson, Cashier.
James R. McGary, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
B. A . Rogers.
J. Fred Johnson.
James F. Koonce.
R. T. Simpson.
B. R. Holbrook.
D. L. Harrison.
O. L. Chambers.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency .................................— ..... $
Gold .................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..... .....
Checks and Cash Items__________
Exchanges fo r Clearing House___
Cash Items in Transit...............—
Due from Banks in this State____
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................ 8

25,377.00
3,312.50
3,893.49
3,560.02
8,944.35
27,500.99
72,688.35

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..3
6,538.00
160,734.52
Loans and Discounts............
Demand Loans .....
58,279.32
Overdrafts ___________________
231.33
Banking House ...... .........................
Furniture and Fixtures____
3,000.00
Other Real Estate...............
12,014.00
Other Resources ..............................
85.54
Cash Short ...... ............ ....................
Grand Total.




3 313,421.06

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits _____________ $ 185,523.14
Demand Certificates __ __ _______
Time Certificates _______________
Cashier’s Checks _____ ____________
Certified Checks _____ ___________
37.23
Due to Clearing House___________
Due Banks in this State.......... .....
32,642.76
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
25.00
Total Deposits.................. 3 218,228.13
Capital Stock paid in________
3
Surplus Fund _______ ___________
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid______
Notes anad Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted...... .
Reserve fo r Taxes...... ......................
Reserve fo r Interest.........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................ ......... .......

........

Grand Total.

3

50,000.00
4,974.21
40,000.00
218.72

313,421.06

57

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Foley

The State Bank of Foley
OFFICERS
William Stelk, President.
Herman Koehler, Vice-President.
John C. Lehr, Cashier.

William
Herman
John C.
John B.

Stelk.
Koehler.
Lehr.
Foley.

DIRECTORS
August Deckinger.
V. F. Gaar.
William F. Meder.
George Hoik.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total

4,524.00
1,082.50
941.62
166.00
54,735.68
4,282.20

.$

5,568.00
52,623.55
6.90
3,132.29
1,573.85
2,168.63

Grand Total.................... $ 130,805.22

85,344.58
31,330.80
1.50

1.00

Total Deposits.................$ 116,677.88

65,732.00

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ...................... .......
Cash Short ........................................

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .................
Demand Certificates ................
Time Certificates .....................
Cashier’s Checks .......................
Certified Checks .......................
Due to Clearing House.............
Due Banks in this State..........
Due Banks in other States......
Due Unpaid Dividends.............

Capital Stock paid in ...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes...................
Reserve fo r Interest................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

10,000.00
4,127.34

Grand Total.................... $ 130,805.22

Fort Deposit

The Fort Deposit Bank
OFFICERS
C. M. Davis, President.
J. S. Golson, First Vice-President.
J. C. Wood, Second Vice-President.
John F. Bates, Cashier.
C. W. Knight, Assistant Cashier.

C. M. Davis.
J. S. Golson.
J. C. Wood.
C. W. Carr.
W. B. Crum.

DIRECTORS
A. F. Brooks.
J. M. Black.
I. N. Jordan.
J. E. Holmes.
C. E. Hawkins.
Jos. Norwood.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

370.61
9,463.41
7,729.51

Total................................$

22,536.88

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




2,940.00
250.00
1,391.49
391.86

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House........
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

60,418.99
6,557.58
822.32

Total Deposits...........,.....$

67,798.89

300.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
71,075.97 Surplus Fund ..................................
1,918.22 Undivided Profits, less Current
33.81
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
4,000.00 Notes and Bills Payable................
3,000.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
6,600.00 Reserve for Taxes............................
1,853.00 Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ..........................................

25,000.00
1,000.00

.$ 111,317.88

Grand Total.

7,518.99
10,000.00

.$ 111,317.88

58

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Fort Payne

The Citizens Bank & Security Company
OFFICERS
H. B. Brock, President.
C. G. Kershaw, Vice-President.
T. J. Cook, Cashier.

N. M. Smith.
W. J. Jackson.
T. W. Wilson.

DIRECTORS
G. L. Malone.
J. B. Isbell.
H. H. Killian.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
Currency ............................................$ 12,581.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
Gold ....................................................
1,145.00 Demand Certificates ......................
1,443.79 Time Certificates ............................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies............
Checks and Cash Items....................
828.49 Cashier’s Checks ..............................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Certified Checks ..............................
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due to Clearing House......
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due Banks in this State....
Due from Banks in otherStates....
18,245.27
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total................................$
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures
............
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources .... ..........................
Cash Short ........................................

34,243.55

63,376.60
11,150.00
996.73

Total Deposits.................$

95,563.95

1,572.27

Grand Total.................... $ 131,379.77

75,523.33

Capital. Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses -and Taxes paid.........
Notes and Bills Payable;...............
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ............................... ........

22,000.00
2,700.00
4,156.44
27,000.00

Grand Total.................... $ 131,379.77

Fort Payne

The DeKalb County Bank
OFFICERS
John A. Davis.
J. G. Bohling.
J. B. Haralson.
M. W. Mickler.

John A. Davis, President.
J. G. Bohling, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
W. M. Dobbs.
S. B. Slone.
W. W. Haralson.
W. W. Russell.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

38,076.97

Total................................ $

56,200.06

13,232.00
1,450.00
2,151.97
1,289.12

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 10,000.00
Loans and Discounts....................... 103,862.24
Demand Loans ................................
7,184.94
Overdrafts ........................................
206.48
Banking House ................................
2,500.00
Furniture and Fixtures...................
1,865.39
Other Real Estate________ _______
Other Resources ________ ________
Cash Short ........................................
4.38
Grand Total.




.$ 181,823.49

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 110,152.71
Demand Certificates ________ ____
Time Certificates ............................
17,351.23
Cashier’s Checks ...............................
568.21
Certified Checks ..... ......... ...............
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State_________
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................
Total Deposits..... ........... $ 128,072.15
Capital Stock paid in...:...................$
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest.........................
Other Liabilities ________ ________
Cash Over ...... ........ ........... .............
Grand Total.

30,800.00
1,569.06
6,382.28
15,000.00

.$ 181,823.49

59

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Gadsden

The Etowah Trust & Savings Bank
OFFICERS
J. B. Wadsworth, President.
J. W. Penn, Vice-President.
S. S. Caldwell, Vice-President.
B. W. Duke, Vice-President.
W. H. Portner, Vice-President.
Frank Nicholson, Cashier.
F. J. Bryant, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
W. H. Portner.
A. M. Rattray.
J. T. Siniard.
Coleman R. Shepherd.
H. D. Sturkie.
W. R. Usry.
J. B. Wadsworth.
R. M. Wilbanks.
C. S. Wilkinson.
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917

RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

G. C. Allen.
S. S. Caldwell.
T. T. Cox.
B. W. Duke.
H. L. Gwin.
W. H. Hood.
W. S. Hood.
M. H. Killian.
J. W. Penn.

30,383.00
692.50
3,566.59
3,579.05
9,116.42
400.00
83,784.87
53,722.45

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 481,302.11
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
61,905.72
Cashier’s Checks ............................
1,880.81
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House.....................
Due Banks in this State.................
110.17
Due Banks in other States.............
5,000.00
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
229.50

Total................................$ 185,244.88

Total Deposits.................$ 550,428.31

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..? 15,700.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 200,000.00
Loans and Discounts......................
465,820.96 Surplus Fund ..................................
Demand Loans ................................
31,132.10 Undivided Profits, less Current
13,315.98
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Overdrafts ........................................
530.18
67,350.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
40,000.00
Banking House ..............................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
9,536.82 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Other Real Estate............................
28,775.11 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
2,095.76
Other Resources ..............................
1,750.00 Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.................... ? 805,840.05

Grand Total.................... $ 805,840.05

Gadsden

The Gadsden Loan & Trust Company
OFFICERS
E. G. Hollingsworth, President.
J. W. Hammond, Vice-President.
J. S. Paden, Secretary and Treasurer.

DIRECTORS
E. G. Hollingsworth.
O. R. Hood.
I. Keller.
J. S. Paden.
F. R. Allison.
E. R. LaFeure.
J. W. Hammond.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Total................................$

Total Deposits.................$

122.57

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate...:.......
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses
and Taxes paid.........
Notes and
Bills Payable...............
Notes and
Bills Rediscounted......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ...........
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00
2,500.00

Grand T otal...................... $

52,240.95

Grand T otal...................... $




46,167.41

5,573.87
499.67

52,240.95

122.57

29.20
14,000.00
10,000.00
589.18

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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Gantt
The Bank of Gantt
OFFICERS
Pollard Gantt, President.
W. D. Riley, Vice-President.
Claude Wright, Cashier.

Pollard Gantt.
W. D. Riley.
Claude Wright.
F.

DIRECTORS
J. L. Gantt.
D. B. Gantt.
D. A. Holloway.
V. Merewether.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
Currency ............................................$
2,575.00 Individual Deposits ...... ........ ......... $
Gold ....................................................
287.50 Demand Certificates ____________
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
560.90 Time Certificates ........................ ..
Cashier’s Checks ............................
26.38
Checks and Cash Items.........................
Certified Checks ..............................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Due to Clearing House..................
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
36,205.59 Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due from Banks in other States....
3,700.20
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

61,510.32
5,000.00

Total................................$

43,355.57

Total Deposits.................$

66,712.49

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

1,000.00
32,250.19
4,513.85
35.88
1,588.91
1,777.00

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable._________
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00

Grand Total.................... $

84,521.40

Grand Total.................... $

84,521.40

2,808.91

Gaylesville

The Bank of Gaylesville
OFFICERS
J. Robt. Henderson, President.
J. E. Chesnut, Vice-President.
Webb Chesnut, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
G. B. Russell.
George Webb.
G. E. Hill.
James Webb.
W. Forrest Henderson. J. Robt. Henderson.
J. E. Chesnut.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ....... .................. ---------------$

____ __

Silver, Nickels and Pennies--------Checks and Cash Items--------------Exchanges fo r Clearing House—
Cash Items in Transit..................—
Due from Banks in this State..—..
Due from Banks in other States—
Total.............. ........... $
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Banking House ..............
Furniture and Fixtures..
Other Real Estate..........
Other Resources .............
Cash Short ...................—

4,372.00
857.50
523.58
75.49

43,938.27
49,766.84

51,684.56
15,365.75
273.11

Total Deposits.................$

67,323.42

500.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
45,963.46 Surplus Fund ..................................
4,571.97 Undivided Profits, less Current
503.12
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
1,641.70 Notes and Bills Payable._____
1,724.86 Notes and Bills Rediscounted..
Reserve fo r Taxes.......... .... ... .........
Reserve fo r Interest_ __________
_
Other Liabilities ...................... .......
Cash Over ......... ................ —...........

12,500.00
20,000.00

Grand Total..................... $ 104,671.95




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ____________
Time Certificates _______________
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House___..._____ _
Due Banks in this State._________
Due Banks in other States_______
Due Unpaid Dividends......... ...........

4,834.96

13.57

Grand T otal...................... $ 104,671.95

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1

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Geneva

The Citizens Bank
OFFICERS
J. J. Johnson, Sr., President.
D. H. Morris, Sr., Vice-President.
Jim Johnson, Jr., Cashier.

DIRECTORS
D. H. Morris, Sr.
J. J. Johnson, Sr.
J. R. McLane.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$ 10,596.00
Gold ...................................................
1,965.00
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
1,192.42
Checks and Cash Items...................
66.18
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
2,526.41
Due from Banks in this State.......
1,501.89
Due from Banks in other States.... 141,220.19

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 239,610.21
Demand Certificates ....... ..... .........
Time Certificates ............................
4,700.00
Cashier’s Checks ..... .......................
1,511.29
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................

Total................................$ 159,067.09

Total Deposits.................$ 245,821.50

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
5,222.70
Loans and Discounts......................
165,829.72
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
32.34
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,000.00
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
6.66

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..'...............................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

Grand Total.............. ..... $ 332,158.51

50,000.00
30,000.00
6,337.01

Grand Total.................... $ 332,158.51

Georgiana

The Butler County Bank
(Branch at McKenzie)
OFFICERS
Ulay W. Black, President.
W. R. Boone, Vice-President.
A. J. Nall, Vice-President.
R. C. Fulford, Cashier.
E. T. Holloway, Assistant Cashier.

W. T. Foster.
M. D. Majors.
E. D. Espy.
Dr. W. E. Morris.
Dr. J. C. Watson.
Dr. R. H. Watson

DIRECTORS
Dr. R. A. Moorer.
Dr. S. R. Hartley.
A. J. Nall.
W. R. Boone.
Ulay W. Black.
Leo Strassburger.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies............
Checks and Cash Items................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House___
Cash Items in Transit...................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

380.97
49,891.52
4,691.72

Total................................$

77,666.88

15,610.00
2,559.50
4,530.22
2.95

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
3,700.00
123,478.39
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
3,032.79
Overdrafts ............*
............................
41.62
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
4,550.00
Other Real Estate............................
7,402.40
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand T otal...................... $ 219,872.08




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 182,343.82
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
i 247.22
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................$ 183,591.04
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00
11,281.04

Grand T otal...................... $ 219,872.08

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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Girard

The Phenix-Girard Bank
OFFICERS

DIRECTORS

C. L. Mullin, President.
Forrest Woods, Cashier.

C. L. Mullin.
Forrest Woods.
Wiley Rusk.
H.

James O’Grady.
C. T. Gifford.
W . C. Whitaker.
L. Garret.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...............—
Exchanges fo r Clearing House......
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State........
Due from Banks in other States....

7,130.00
647.50
1,985.56
45.30
2,118.43
10.00
3,721.41
32,987.44

Total................................$

48,645.64

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
6,710.00
Loans and Discounts....................... 150,499.12
3,273.56
Demand Loans .................................
Overdrafts ........................................
269.34
Banking House ................................
8,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures...............
3,418.70
Other Real Estate..........................
2,700.58
Other Resources ..............................
1,000.00
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 224,516.93

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .........................$ 181,160.13
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
4,975.00
Cashier’s Checks .........
608.00
Certified Checks .......... ....................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State................
500.82
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total Deposits.................$ 187,243.95
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ...... ............................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes_______________
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00
12,272.98

Grand Total.................... $ 224,516.93

Goodwater

The Farmers & Merchants Bank
OFFICERS

DIRECTORS

T. L. Neighbors, President.
J. C. Carmichael, Vice-President.

T. L. Neighbors.
J. C. Carmichael.

T. D. Eppes.
D. B. Neighbors.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................3
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this Stpte.......
Due from Banks in other States....

188.49
4,245.96
50.98

1,873.00
1,065.00
263.53
42.35

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ 3
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ...............
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House__________
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

38,676.94
6,039.05
184.42
9,932.78

Total................................ 3

7,729.31

Total Deposits.................3

54,833.19

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank-3
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

1,075.00
80,393.65
232.25

Capital Stock paid in...................... 3
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes p a id .........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00

Grand T otal...................... 3

95,786.21

Grand T otal...................... 3

95,786.21




3,000.00
1,235.00
2,121.00

1,851.35
14,000.00

101.67

G3

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Goodwater

The Peoples Trust & Savings Bank
OFFICERS
C. H. Gilliland, President.
B. Z. Henry, Cashier.
J. S. Gilliland, Assistant Cashier.

C. H. Gilliland.
J. S. Gilliland.

DIRECTORS
D. T. Rozelle.
J. S. Fleming.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................!
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
52.76 Due to Clearing House....—
35,934.82 Due Banks in this S t a t e 12,151.78 Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends....... .
4,159.00
823.50
835.19
471.06

54,428.11

63,690.98
10,760.69
53.76

Total Deposits.................$

74,505.43

1,300.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
49,191.20 Surplus Fund ..................................
Demand Loans .....................................
4,530.46Undivided Profits, less Current
Overdrafts ........................................
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Banking House .....................................
3,000.00Notes and Bills Payable..........
Furniture and Fixtures.......................
2,000.00Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Other Real Estate.................................
1,250.00Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Other Resources ..............................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Cash Short ........................................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

30,000.00
10,000.00

Grand Total.................... $ 115,699.77

1,194.34

Grand Total.................... $ 115,699.77

Gordo

The Merchants & Farmers Bank
OFFICERS
A.
J.
J.
T.

H.
L.
R.
H.

DIRECTORS

Dabbs, President.
Davis, Vice-President.
Moore, Vice-President and Cashier.
Martin, Assistant Cashier.

A. H. Dabbs.
M. A. Dabbs.

J. R. Moore.
J. L. Davis.
J. C. Martin.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

23.00
13,938.07
9,507.30

6,262.00
25.00
989.70
236.45

Total................................$

30,981.52

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................

9,289.74
99,818.29
58,945.08

Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................

3,000.00
2,600.00

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .................... ....$ 125,722.67
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
Deu Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Total Deposits.................$ 162,912.11
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current




.$ 204,819.59

20,000.00

Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Cash Over ........................................

Grand Total.

36,842.64
293.73
53.07

Grand Total.

4.87

.$ 204,819.59

64

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Gordon
The Bank o f Gordon
OFFICERS
J. J. Marsh, President.
E. F. Tuttle^ Vice-President.
A lto Marsh, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
Sidney Willoughby.
R. M. Oswald.
W. D. Jeffcoat.

J. J. Marsh.
E. F. Tuttle.
C. P. Bowdon.
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917

RESOURCES
Currency ....................... ................... $
Gold .......................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies.........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total.

.$

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts .........................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources _________________
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $

LIABILITIES
2107.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
145.00 Demand Certificates ......................
693.00 Time Certificates ............................
90.03 Cashier’s Checks ......... ...................
Certified Checks ________________
Due to Clearing House..................
12,261.13 Due Banks in this State.................
18,507.05 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
33,117.14

33,612.51
3,591.27
254.53

Total Deposits.................$

37,458.31
11,100.00
4,000.00

30.30
1,250.00
1,394.27
229.75

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes............. .......
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

53,145.40

Grand Total.................... $

53,145.40

17,123.94

587.09

Grand Bay
The Grand Bay State Bank
OFFICERS
John W. Egan, President.
E.
F. Ladd, Vice-President.

J. J. Thornhill.
J. C. Chapman.

DIRECTORS
E. F. Ladd.
John W. Egan.
F.
R. Smith.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ...........................................$
Gold .....
Silver, Nickels and Pennies_____
Checks and Cash Items__________
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.__
Cash Items in Transit...................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................ $
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures................
Other Real Estate___ ____________
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand T otal...................... $




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .................. ..... $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ......................... .
Cashier’s Checks ________ _______
Certified Checks ...................... ... ...
561.70 Due to Clearing House________ __
9,333.65 Due Banks in this State................
3,231.79 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
1,030.00
642.50
406.78

15,206.42
60,645.43
2,221.50
1,500.00

79,573.35

52,321.92
10,453.80
1,167.19

Total Deposits....... ........ $

63,942.91

Capital Stock paid in.......................$
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes....................... —
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

10,000.00
3,000.00

Grand T o ta l...................... $

79,573.35

1,883.39

747.05

65

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Greensboro

The Peoples Bank of Greensboro
OFFICERS
A. Lawson, President.
L. J. Lawson, Vice-President.
L. J. Lawson, Jr., Cashier.

A. Lawson.
L. J. Lawson.

DIRECTORS
L. J. Lawson, Jr.
T. E. Knight.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold .........................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items__________
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

485.54
18,978.14
9,951.14

Total................................$

44,681.44

Total Deposits-------------- $

84,715.94

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

7,100.00
68,197.41
8,318.27
118.49

Capital Stock paid in.... .................. $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

30,500.00
13,000.00

11,975.00
835.50
1,295.33
1,160.79

697.00
861.93

Grand Total.................... $ 129,974.54

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House__________
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................

84,317.73
5.00
393.21

1,749.85

8.75

Grand Total.................... $ 129,974.54

Greenville

The Bank of Greenville
OFFICERS
G. H. Tatum, President.
Thomas W. Peagler, Vice-President.
Oscar Riley, Cashier.
W. Werle Peagler, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
G. H. Tatum.
John S. McMullan.
Thomas W. Peagler.
H. C. Seale.
Oscar Riley.
D. M. Powell.
C. E. Hamilton.
J. G. Daniel.
G. J. Peagler.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$ 34,216.00
Gold ...................................................
3,907.50
Silver, Nickels and Pennies....... .
2,680.61
Checks and Cash Items..................
405.82
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
6,100.21
Due from Banks in this State....... 218,967.74
Due from Banks in other States....
98,628.48

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 520,741.84
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
1,020.00
Cashier’s Checks ............................
4,726.32
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

Total................................$ 364,906.36

Total Deposits.................$ 526,488.16

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 64,574.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Loans and Discounts......................
191,810.39 Surplus Fund .................................
Demand Loans ................................
33,138.28 Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Overdrafts ........................................
412.05
Banking House ................................
7,500.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
3,375.70 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Other Real Estate............................
969.40 Reserve for Taxes...........................
Reserve for Interest.......................
Other Resources ..............................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Short ........................................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand T ota l...................... $ 666,686.18




50,000.00
80,000.00
8,123.02
1,425.00
650.00

Grand T otal...................... $ 666,686.18

66

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Grove Hill
The Bank of Grove Hill
OFFICERS
E. P. Chapman, President.
Clayton Foscue, Vice-President.
L. R. Tucker, Cashier.

Jas. S. Chapman.
E. P. Chapman.
Clayton Foscue.

DIRECTORS
J. T. Pugh.
W. Z. Rodgers.
Q. W. Tucker.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

564.57
42,703.61
2,364.50

Total................................$

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 118,082.81
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
34,461.24
Cashier's Checks ...... .....................
1,077.39
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends.......

53,465.48

6,631.00
255.00
820.26
126.54

Total Deposits................ $ 153,621.44

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
5,950.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
107,103.57 Surplus Fund ..................................
Loans and Discounts......................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Demand Loans ................................
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Overdrafts ........................................
63.27
Banking House ................................
1,750.00 Notes and Bills Payable..........
1,750.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Furniture and Fixtures..............1....
Other Real Estate............................
3,459.50 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Other Resources ..............................
3,312.45 Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Short ........................................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 176,854.27

15,000.00
5,000.00
3,207.83

25.00

Grand Total.................... $ 176,854.27

Guin
The Marion County Banking Company
(Branch at Hamilton)
OFFICERS
L . D. Littleton, President.
Mack Pearce, Vice-President.
Marvin Pearce, 2nd Vice-President.
G. W . Coleman, Cashier.
J. B. Hodges, Manager Hamilton Branch.

L.
J.
L.
R.

D. Littleton.
M. Allman.
Pearce.
R. Wright.

DIRECTORS
S. J. Baird.
E. B. Fite.
J. H. Mixon.
M. S. Brown.
Marvin Pearce.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

9,111.48
18,569.45
20,981.00

Total................................$

56,079.27

4,655.00
730.00
1,382.67
649.67

Total Deposits.................$ 124,556.10

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
7,500.00 Capital Stock paid in................... $
Loans and Discounts......................
108,474.46 Surplus Fund ..................................
Demand Loans ................................
7,000.00 Undivided Profits, less Current
Overdrafts ........................................
194.43
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Banking House ................................
3,750.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
2,775.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Other Real Estate............................
105.07 Reserve fo r Taxes...................
Other Resources ..............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Cash Short ........................................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand T otal...................... $ 185,878.23 !




- ^

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 106,754.21
Demand Certificates ..................
Time Certificates ............................
15,647.25
2,154.64
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..........................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

25,000.00
22,500.00
3,817.85
10,000.00

4 .2 8

Grand T otal...................... $ 185,878.23

67

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS

Guntersville

The Citizens Bank
OFFICERS
G. B. Zettler, President.
W. C. Rayburn, Vice-President.
G. I. Weatherly, Cashier.

D. Isbell.
W. C. Rayburn.

DIRECTORS
D. C. Jordan.
R. F. FennelL
G. B. Zettler.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

18,785.00
1,452.50
744.42
1,549.45
83.50
31,254.28
8,335.03

Total................................$

62,204.18

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

1,360.00
82,150.59
31,162.54
239.32
6,250.00
2,250.00

Grand Total.................... $ 185,616.63

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 128,432.33
Demand Certificates ......................
6,440.55
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
5,170.17
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State.....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total Deposits.................$ 140,043.05
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid.........
Notes and Bills Payable....................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00
2,500.00
5,573.58
12,500.00

Grand Total.................... $ 185,616.63

Hackleburg
The Bank of Hackleburg
OFFICERS
W. B. Mixon, President.
Chas. T. Lunsford, Vice-President.
W. A. Frost, Cashier.

W. B. Mixon.
C. P. Lunsford.

DIRECTORS
A. Wiginton.
Frank Allen.
Ernest B. Fite.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

5,166.63
46,358.75
9,650.13

Total................................ $

67,424.50

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

215.25
28,593.33

Grand T otal...................... $

98,430.43




5,822.00
242.95
184.04

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

79,915.70
2,256.75
960.89

Total Deposits.................$

83,133.34

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
2.35
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
1,175.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
1,000.00
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
20.00 Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

10,000.00
3,200.00

Grand T otal...................... $

2,086.16

10.93
98,430.43

68

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917,

Haleyville
The Traders & Farmers Bank
OFFICERS
W. W. Haley, President.
J. J. Taylor, Vice-President.
J. H. Haley, Cashier
E. L. Haley, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
W. W. Haley.
J. A. Donaldson.
J. J. Taylor.
A. D. Mitchell.
J. D. Lee.
_
R. H. McNutt.
John R. Phillips.
John S. Curtis.
Daniel Stagner.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States. ..
Total.

12,858.00
320.00
1,104.94
79.50
57,450.63
29,948.77

.$ 101,761.84

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ...................... .......
Cash Short .................................. .....

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 136,523.60
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
12,623.11
643.09
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total Deposits................ $ 149,789.80

550.00 Capital Stock paid in ......................!
66,688.83 Surplus Fund ..................................
3,000.00 Undivided Profits, less Current
10.65
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
3,780.54 Notes and Bills Payable.................
2,320.81 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.....
1,701.65 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

Grand Total.................... $ 179,814.32

19,000.00
6, 000.00

5,024.52

Grand Total.................... $ 179,814.32

Hanceville
The Merchants Bank
OFFICERS
W. R. Moore, President.
Ed Ashwander, Vice-President.
J. W. Gibbs, Assistant Cashier.

*W. R. Moore.
Ed Ashwander.
A. D. Rutherford.

DIRECTORS
J. M. Kilpatrick.
J. B. Orr.
Clark Griffith.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House—
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State____
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................ $
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts
.......................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand T ota l...................... $




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
39,591.26 Due Banks in this State.................
430.36 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
3,666.00
400.00
834.22
801.73

61,034.17
192.98

Total Deposits.................$

61,227.15
10,000.00
5,082.31

85.10
2,463.30
899.29

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes..................... '......
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

77,635.53

Grand T otal...................... $

77,635.53

45,723.57
28,464.27

1,301.38

24.69

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Hartford

The Bank of Hartford
P.
T.
D.
E.

OFFICERS
M. Metcalf, President.
F. Cordray, Vice-President.
S. Folsom, Cashier.
L. Johnson, Assistant Cashier.

P.
T.
M.
J.

M. Metcalf.
F. Cordray.
L. Metcalf.
P. Anthony.

DIRECTORS
J. J. Watson.
T. J. Justice.
K. Z. Hendrix.
G. C. Sansbury.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

30,166.00
16,103.09

Total................................$

63,852.11

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

9,727.52
91,947.47
16,158.16

16,355.00
570.00
198.47
459.55

Total Deposits.................$ 138,636.66

5,000.00
2,500.00
11,533.64

Grand Total.................... $ 200,718.90

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 137,439.58
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
1,197.08
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve for Interest..................
Other Liabilities .......................
Cash Over .................................

47,500.00
13,750.00
832.24

Grand Total.................... $ 200.718.90

Hartselle

The Bank of Hartselle
DIRECTORS
Arthur Stephenson.
H. C. Barkley.
M. Pattillo.
J. O. Stephenson.
I. V . Griffin.
R. L. Quinn.
J. H. Corsbie.
J. H. Riddle.
J. A. Hartsell.
J. M. Harwood.
R. H. Porter.
J. E. Schnell.
W.
Yancy.

OFFICERS
J. H. Corsbie, Chairman o f the Board.
Arthur Stephenson, President.
J. V . G riffin, V ice-President.

M. Pattillo, Vice-President.
Ashford Todd, Cashier.
J. W. Curry, Assistant Cashier.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

LIABILITIES
8,613.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $ 181,985.16
1,205.00 Demand Certificates ......................
3,600.00
1,089.06 Time Certificates ............................
1,482.47
909.16 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
113.45
Due to Clearing House...................
4,476.20
43,622.24 Due Banks in this State.................
60,252.13 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Total................................$ 120,166.79
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




300.00
98,265.05
3,536.29
645.96
2,600.00
1,950.00

$ 227,464.09

Total Deposits................ $ 187,181.08
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.

25,000.00
9,000.00
4,141.30

2,099.50
42.21

.$ 227,464.09

70

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Headland
The Farmers & Merchants Bank
OFFICERS
M. T. C. Scott, President.
E.
Willis, Vice-President.
L. T. Solomon, Cashier and Vice-President.
B. P. Riley, Assistant Cashier.

M. T. C. Scott.
R. D. Crawford.

DIRECTORS
O. E. Haynes.
E. Willis.
L. T. Solomon.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency .................................. ... ..... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate...............
Other Resources ...............
Cash Short ........................................

LIABILITIES
5,690.00 Individual Deposits ...........
600.00 Demand Certificates ..........
1,167.72 Time Certificates ...............
438.00 Cashier’s Checks ...............
Certified Checks .................
1,626.16 Due to Clearing House......
19,891.50 Due Banks in this State.....
12,758.28 Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
42,071.66

7,184.00
392.68

2 , 000.00

Total Deposits................ $ 116,124.44

72,601.65
37,048.54
426.00
3,150.00
2,250.00
7,090.00
60.00

Grand Total.................... $ 164,687.85

106,547.78

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,100.00
20,000.08
3,380.45-

82.98

Grand Total.................... $ 164,687.85

Heflin
The Bank of Heflin
OFFICERS
J. M. Atkins, President.
W. H. McKleroy, Vice-President.
Fred Osborn, Cashier.
Wilmur Atkins, Assistant Cashier.

J. M. Atkins.
W. H. McKleroy.
H. A. McMurray.

DIRECTORS
J. A. Owens.
D. D. Perryman.
W. G. Porter.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

931.86
23,312.64
253.93

Total................................$

34,441.38

7,547.00
1,150.00
1,016.28
166.68

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................




3 188,653.87

19,587.38
472.27

Total Deposits.................$ 103,503.68

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 10,210.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Loans- and Discounts....................... 125,819.60 Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ....- .................................
3,067.47
Expenses and Taxes paid.........
Banking House ................................
6,000.00 Notes and Bills Payable....................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,115.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Other Real Estate............................
7,000.00 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
-42 Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand T o ta l...

83,444.12’

Grand Total.

50,000.08
10,000.08
5,150.18
20,000.08

.$ 188,653.87

71

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Huntsville

The Farmers State Bank
T.
•J.
K.
J.

T.
E.
L.
L.

OFFICERS
Terry, President.
McCaleb, Vice-President.
Adair, Cashier.
Griffin, Assistant Cashier.

T.
J.
R.
J.

T.
E.
L.
H.

Terry.
McCaleb.
Adair.
Terry.

DIRECTORS
Ed C. Betts.
G.
J. T. Clift.
R.
W. W. Esslinger. J.
W. J. Bryne.
C.

N. Robinson.
A. Parsons.
Jacoby.
E. Baxter.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold .....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks. in this State.....
Hue from Banks in other States....

11,323.00
122.50
3,508.60
942.52
3,716.37
9,300.95
983.29
32,238.62

Total................................$

62,135.85

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Doans and Discounts......................
140,043.39
Bemand Loans ................................
6,011.39
69.05
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures.....'..............
2,846.80
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
.02
Grand Total.................... 3 211,106.50

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 157,887.10
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
1,956.66
Cashier’s Checks ............................
54.60
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Bank in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total Deposits.................$ 159,898.36
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

50,000.00
1,208.14

Grand Total.................... $ 211,106.50

Huntsville

Huntsville Bank & Trust Company
OFFICERS
Clarendon Davis, President.
Lawrence Cooper, Vice-President.
W . R. Hutton, Cashier.
Milton B. Merts, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
Chas. C. Anderson.
Clarendon Davis.
A. M. Booth.
J. D. Hutton.
Jos. J. Bradley.
W. R. Hutton.
Lawrence Cooper,
C. L. Nolen.
ffm . P. Cooper.
W. I. Wellman.
J. B. Woodall.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
Currency ............................................$ 38,542.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $ 478,281.64
5,737.50 Demand Certificates ......................
Cold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
8,051.16 Time Certificates ............................
10,965.36
Checks and Cash Items..................
12,262.40 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
6,682.49 Certified Checks ..............................
J00.00
9,474.01Due to Clearing House..................
Cash Items in Transit.........................
Hue from Banks in this State.......
7,129.69 Due Banks in this State.................
19,911.71
Hue from Banks in other States.... 118,658.36 Due Banks in other States.............
12,491.12
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
4.00
Total................................$ 206,537.61

Total Deposits.................$ 521,753.83

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 12,900.00
389,178.18
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
104,473.96
Overdrafts ..................................
141.30
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
8,000.00
Other Real Estate............................
42,500.00
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 150,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
41,977.22
Notes and Bills Payable.................
50,000.00
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve for Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

Grand Total.




.$ 763,731.05

Grand Total.

.$ 763,731.05

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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Huntsville
The W. R. Rison Banking Company
fj

~

OFFICERS
A. L. Rison, President.
H. M. Rhett, Cashier.
J. W. McAllister, Assistant Cashier.
R. H. Canterberry, Assistant Cashier.

A. L. Rison.
H. M. Rhett.
J. W. McAllister.

DIRECTORS
R. H. Canterberry.
R. L. Rison.
L. R. Rhett.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
(1

RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
Currency ........................................... $ 58,093.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $ 551,726.36
Gold ....................................................
15,180.00 Demand Certificates ____________
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
10,324.95 Time Certificates ............................
296,757.99
Checks and Cash Items...................
12,999.20 Cashier's Checks ............................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
10,765.95 Certified Checks ..............................
12,988.99 Due to Clearing House...................
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
40,630.15 Due Banks in this State.................
7,350.11
Due from Banks in other States.... 230,086.06 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total................................$ 391,068.30

Total Deposits.................$ 855,834.46

42,,832.00
495,073.11
152,884.10
1,227.25
6,000.00
2,000.00

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 100,000.00
50,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
81,533.05
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
3,717.25
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

Grand Total.................... $1,091,084.76

Grand Total.................... $1,091,084.76

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

Hurtsboro
The Bank of Hurtsboro
OFFICERS
T. S. Davis, President.
W. T. Davis, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
(N ot incorporated.)
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917

RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Jtems in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

6,486.79
16,647.88

Total................................ $

28,444.75

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




3,700.00
740.00
870.08

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks .................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State.....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

68,331.37
16,977.15
439.63

Total Deposits.................$

85,748.15

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
4,163.59 Surplus Fund ..................................
85,520.96 Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
7.55
Notes and Bills Payable.................
3,089.95 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
5,205.46 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
25.94 Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00

.$ 126,458.20

Grand Total.

5,710.05
10,000.00

.$ 126,458.20

73

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Hurtsboro
The Farmers & Merchants Bank
OFFICERS
R. M. Hall, President.
S. B. Williams, Cashier.
Wheeler Williams, Sr., Vice-President.

D. P. Lloyd.
B.
B. Brooks.
L. L. Torbert.

DIRECTORS
H. M. Rutherford.
R. M. Hall.
Wheeler Williams,
S.
B. Williams.

Sr.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
Currency ........................................... $
3,256.00 Individual Deposits ..................
Gold ....................................................
222.50 Demand Certificates ...............
Silver, Nickels and Pennies............
1,276.34 Time Certificates .................... .
Cashier’s Checks ....................
Checks and Cash Items...............—
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Certified Checks ...................... .
Cash Items in Transit...................
800.00 Due to Clearing House...........
Due from Banks in this State.____
Due Banks in this State.........
Due Banks in other States___
Due from Banks in other States....
31,903.47
Due Unpaid Dividends..............
.$

Total.

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ...................... .........
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

37,458.31
22,336.80
56,318.93
1,097.53
2.388.00
7.675.00

Grand Total.................... $ 127,274.57

76,678.39
9,088.63
410.89
1,500.00

Total Deposits.................$

87,677.91

Capital Stock paid in...................... 3
'Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

31,400.00
4,679.97
3,516.69

Grand Total.................... 3 127,274.57

Jackson
The Jackson Bank & Trust Company
S.
A.
R.
G.

H.
E.
A.
G.

OFFICERS
Andrews, President.
Chunn, Vice-President.
Foote, Cashier.
Warren, Assistant Cashier.

S. H. Andrews.
A. E. Chunn.
R. A. Foote.
W. W. Clarke.

DIRECTORS
S. A. Stewart.
D. S. Stanley.
H. M. McLeod.
T. J. Bedsole.
Alex Manes.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies............
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit...................
Due from Banks in this State..........
Due from Banks in other States....

449.35
53,160.81
10,365.22

Total................................$

71,514.80

4,512.00
2,225.00
802.42

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 135,732.03
Demand Certificates ..................
Time Certificates ............................
43,423.01
Cashier’s Checks
..........................
2,854.18
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total Deposits.................$ 182,009.22

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
7,400.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Loans and Discounts......................
116,056.88 Surplus Fund ..................................
Demand Loans ................................
13,818.19 Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
Overdrafts ........................................
459.80
Banking House ................................
3,500.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
Furniture and Fixtures..............:....
3,467.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Other Real Estate............................
81.83 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Other Resources ..............................
1,200.57 Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Short ........................................
Cash Over ........................
Grand Total.




.? 217,499.07

Grand Total.

29,000.00
2,500.00
3,943.42

46.43

.? 217,499.07

74

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

James
The James & Midway Banking Company
OFFICERS
H. L. King, President.
H. L. King, Jr., Cashier.

H. L. King.

DIRECTORS
L. E. Cartledge.
Mrs. E. T. Boylin.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

6,250.00
375.00
392.15

75,793.14
63,959.49

Total................................ $ 146,769.78
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

10,000.00
38,008.16
14.20
3,714.41
743.31

Grand Total.................... $ 199,249.86

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

69,359.2$
93,000.00
57.82

Total Deposits.................$ 162,417.05
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

25,000.00
11,832.81

Grand Total.................... $ 199,249.86

Jasper

The Central Bank & Trust Company
T.
J.
A.
O.
J.

OFFICERS
B. Dilworth, President.
J. Curtis, First Vice-President.
F. Fite,. Second Vice-President.
F. Cobb, - Cashier.
V. Sartain, Assistant Cashier.

T. B. Dilworth.
J. J. Curtis.
A. F. Fite.
O. F. Cobb.
Jno. Kilgore.

DIRECTORS
Chas. M. Sartain.
E, W. Long.
J. W. Dodd.
C. I. Jones.
R. M. Morgan.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ..*........................................?
Gold
.....................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House....
Cash Items in Transit...................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total.

.?.

7,195.00
723.62
614.12
1,069.04
28,863.21
17,690.25
56,155.24

Bpnds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
2,000.00
Loans., and Discounts......................
111,432.86
DemaiirF Loans ................................
4,465.00
Overdrafts ........................
271.97
Banking House ...............
15,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures....—;
4,000.00
Other Real Estate..................... ......
Other Resources
.....
1,548.60
Cash Short ........................................

•a bi
. Grand Total....— ........? 194,873.67
—




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 113,476.42
Demand Certificates .........
19,486.86
Time Certificates .............. ....... ....
11,017.76
1,220.40
Cashier’s Checks .......................
Certified Checks ..............................
180.45
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in thisState...................
18,787.64
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total Deposits.................$ 164,169.47
Capital Stock paid in...................... ?
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest— ...............,....
Other Liabilities ....................... ....
Cash Over .............:...... ...................

25,000.00
5,704.20

Grand Total...................,.? 194,873.67

75

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Jasper
The Jasper Trust Company
OFFICERS
L. B. Musgrove, President.
Ernest R. Lacy, Vice-President.
A . S. Preston, Treasurer.
J . F. Craig, Assistant Treasurer.

L. B. Musgrove.
E. R. Lacy.

DIRECTORS
A. S. Preston.
J. W. Shepherd.
W. C. Davis.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
C old ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....
.$

Total

LIABILITIES
12,158.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $ 133,900.49
58.00 Demand Certificates .......................
52,368.89
3,149.13 Time Certificates ............................
796.24
1,162.62 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
10.00
Due to Clearing House......
7,147.23 Due Banks in this State....
58,067.88 Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
81,742.86

Total Deposits.................$ 187,075.62
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..? 10,150.57
160,241.55
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
14.13
Banking House ................................
12,008.86
3,500.00
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
2,299.08
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 269,957.05

32,881.43

Grand Total.................... $ 269,957.05

Kennedy

The Bank of Kennedy
OFFICERS
J . O. Kennedy, President.
U.
T. Propst, Vice-President.
J . L. Kennedy, Cashier.

50,000.00

J. O. Kennedy.
U. T. Propst.
J. L. Kennedy.

DIRECTORS
B. F. Cline.
W. N. Gravelee.
A. L. Walker.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

6,413.00
425.00
364.55

74,639.38
18,288.95

Total................................$ 100,130.88
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

15,472.37
316.51
2,447.97
1,808.93

G rand T otal.... .................$ 120,176.66




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................$

92,225.76
6,437.69'
221.19

98,884.64

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 15,000.00
Surplus Fund ....................... ......... J
3,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
..
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
3,292102
Notes and Bills Payable..................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted........
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..................... :...... '
Cash Over ........................................
‘ Grand T otal..... l..lA:.i:...i $ 120,176.66

76

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Kinston

The Farmers & Merchants Bank of Kinston
OFFICERS
K. W. Harrison, President.
J. M. Guy, Vice-President.
W. L. Woodall, Cashier.

K.
W. Harrison.
J. M. Guy.
W. L. Woodall.

DIRECTORS
C. H. Rhoades.
W. F. Sansom.
J. W. Stephens.
G. W. Clark.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total.

.$

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts .......................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $

1,663.00
1,307.50
877.35
87.00
10.00

8,752.98
32,080.43
44,778.26

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ...............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

49,819.52
700.00
333.58

Total Deposits.................$

50,853.10

999.83 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
10,211.52 Surplus Fund ..................................
1,439.19 ;Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...'........
736.44
1,703.73 Notes and Bills Payable................
1,643.16 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
400.00 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

10 ,000.00

61,912.13

61,912.13

Grand Total.................... $

1,058.63

.40

LaFayette
The Bank of LaFayette
OFFICERS
L. S. Schuessler, President.
D. T. Tatum, Cashier.
G. O. Winter, Assistant Cashier.

M. W. Allen.
C. C. Fergason.
J. A. Hines.

DIRECTORS
W. M. Ratchford.
Chas. Schuessler.
G. W. Slaughter.
W. B. Wood.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold .........................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items.................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

LIABILITIES
22,091.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $ 253,574.18
3,400.00 Demand Certificates ......................
2,370.51 Time Certificates ............................
2,045.51
2,090.91 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
5,528.45
28,537.27 Due Banks in this State.................
1,502.32
24,551.72 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid. Dividends.....................
83,041.41

Total Deposits................ $ 262,650.46

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 18,100.00
Loans and Discounts......................
256,654.17
Demand Loans .............................. 1
.
129.70
Overdrafts ...................... _............
84.24
Banking House .................
7,500.00
Furniture and Fixtures.................
1,500.00
Other Real Estate.
Other Resources ...
Cash Short ............

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 100,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
4,055.70
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
303.36
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities .......................... .
Cash Over ........................................

Grand T otal...................... $ 367,009.52

Grand T o ta l...................... $ 367,009.52

Total................................$




77

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

LaFayette

The Chambers County Bank
J.
G.
M.
R.

M.
E.
R.
C.

OFFICERS
Tucker, President.
Collins, Vice-President.
Buckalew, Cashier.
Germany, Assistant Cashier.

J. M. Tucker.
G. E. Collins.

DIRECTORS
W. J. Ratchford.
E. W. Willingham.
J. J. Robinson, Jr.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $ 26,218.00
Gold ...................................................
600.00
2,750.12
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items..................
1,668.77
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
1,172.66
Due from Banks in other States. .. 148,072.48
Total................................$ 180,482.03
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
3,550.00
Loans and Discounts......................
136,006.09
Demand Loans ................................
15,600.00
Overdrafts ........................................
276.19
6,000.00
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,000.00
Other Real Estate............................
1,600.00
Other Resources ..............................
•Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 345,514.31

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 219,290.45
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
6,630.00
Cashier’s Checks ............................
954.44
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
3,645.40
Due Banks in this State...............
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits................ $ 230,520.29
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve for Interest.................
Other Liaibilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

75,000.00
20,000.00
19,994.02

Grand Total.................... $ 345,514.31

Larkinsville

The Larkinsville Banking Company
OFFICERS
C. S. Brew ton, President.
F. O. Hurt, Vice-President.
E. G. Grantham, Cashier.

C. S. Brewton.
F. O. Hurt.
E. G. Grantham.
W. J. Word.

DIRECTORS
A. H. Moody.
A. H. Gay.
O. C. Hackworth.
S. H. Hodges.
R. E. Jones.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

12,117.50

Total................................$

12,874.56

B '"
and Stocks owned by Bank..$
'L ' u- and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




.$

543.00
177.50
36.56

46,447.03
150.00
19.65
1,000.00
1,500.00

61,991.24

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

14,616.90
13,157.08
151.18

Total Deposits................ $

27,925.11

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00

Grand Total.

.8

4,064.04
15,000.00

2.09
61,991.24

78

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Leeds
The Leeds State Bank
OFFICERS
F.
R. Hurst, President.
J. W. Adkins, Vice-President.
C.
T. Lee, Vice-President.
E . R. Perdue, Cashier.
M. E. Stone, Assistant Cashier.

F.
J.
C.
E.
T.
J.

R. Hurst.
W. Adkins.
T. Lee.
R. Perdue.
M. Adkins.
M. Adkins.

DIRECTORS
A. J. Coupland.
J. B. Kincaid.
O. D. Dorough.
J. M. Pledger.
T. A. Farley.
P. C. Lindon.
W. R. Little.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
Currency ............................................$ 11,225.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
Gold .....
232.50 Demand Certificates ......................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
600.36 Time Certificates ... .........................
34.53
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Checks and Cash Items..........................
Certified Checks ..............................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Due to Clearing House...................
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
12,293.96 Due Banks in this State.................
Due from Banks in other States....
5,537.80 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total................................$
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ■
................................
Overdrafts ....................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate....... ......... ........ ...
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................ ........... ...
Grand Total...... ............. $

29,924.15

70,063.49
7.61
236.25

Total Deposits.................$

70,307.35
10,000.00
4,000.00

6.84
2,504.92
1,525.43

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

85,393.42

Grand Total.................... $

85,393.42

51,432.08

1,086.07

Lexington
The Bank of Lexington
OFFICERS
A . L. Phillips, President.
L. M. Foster, Vice-President.
S. W. Pate, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
A.
L.
Phillips.
R. F. Stewart.
L.
M.
Foster.
J. H. Belew.
S. W. Pate.
D. T. Wilcoxson.
W . W . Pettus.
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917

RESOURCES
Currency .... —................................... $
Gold ........ ..... - .................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items.............. ....
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total.

.?

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts..... .................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts .................................. .....
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ....................*_____
Cash Short ........................................
G rand Total.




.?

11,300.00
640.00
1,067.70

20,973.35
27,216.96
61,198.01

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ...........................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States............
Due Unpaid Dividends.:..............

59,530.17
766.34

Total Deposits.................$

60,296.51

Capital Stock paid in...................... ?
10,860.33 Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
1.68
945.86 Notes and Bills Payable.................
1,356.39 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
9.70 Other Liabilities ........................ ....
Cash Over ........................................

13,400.00

74,371.97

74,371.97

Grand Total.

.?

675.46

79

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Lincoln

The Lincoln Bank & Trust Company
J. H.
G. L.
D. H.
W. L.

DIRECTORS
D.
H. Shelton.
G. L. Schmidt.
W. C. Wilson.
J. N. Hutto.
R. W. Tuck.
J. H. Wilson.
W. L. Hollingsworth.

OFFICERS
Wilson, President.
Schmidt, Vice-President.
Shelton, Vice-President.
Hollingsworth, Cashier.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

9,488.17
578.07

Total................................$

12,927.90

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $

2,118.00
35.00
. 335.80
372.86

24,271.12
6,190.14
21.42
3,497.18

Total Deposits.................$

33,979.86

Capital Stock paid in...................... i
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.,...............
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00

Grand Total.................... $

37,496.07
4,462.34
510.46
4,154.88
2,819.59

62,371.24

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

62,371.24

3,378.99

12.39

Linden

The Marengo County Bank
OFFICERS
William Cunningham, President.
B.
F. Gilder, Vice-President.
Irving Adams, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
William Cunningham. B. F. Gilder.
Irving Adams.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ............
Banking House ................................
F- -niture and Fixtures..................
O 'h 'r Real Estate............................
O ’ • Resources ..............................
Ca^h Short ........................................
Grand Total.




$

LIABILITIES
2,971.00 Individual Deposits .................. ..... $ 66,675.39
20.00 Demand Certificates.............................
556.54 Time Certificates ............................
4,369.15
1,272.97 Cashier’s Checks ............................
88.99
Certified Checks ..............................
215.76
Due to Clearing House...................
20,402.29 Due Banks in this State.................
5,763.39 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
30,986.19

Total Deposits.................$

71,349.29

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
58,015.38 Surplus Fund ..................................
2,423.23 Undivided Profits, less Current
34.41
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
3,000.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
2,000.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
1,693.31 Reserve fo r Taxes........................ ....
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00
1,000.00

98,152.52

98,152.52-

Grand Total.

.$

786.15-

18.08

80

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Lineville
The Farmers & Merchants Bank
Wyatt
C. W.
C. E.
W. E.

OFFICERS
J. Green, President.
Bell, Vice-President.
Smith, Cashier.
Carpenter, Assistant Cashier.

W yatt J. Green.
C. W. Bell.
C. E. Smith.

DIRECTORS
D. F. Gibson.
D. D. Mitchell.
W. E. Blanks.
T. L. Preston.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies.........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit___________
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

LIABILITIES
7,924.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
282.50 Demand Certificates ......................
462.78 Time Certificates ............................
656.78 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
9,216.77 Due Banks in this State.....
4,215.98 Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

77,852.82
15,387.36
1,271.09

Total....... .........................$

22,758.81

Total Deposits.................$

94,511.27

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ...................... .........
Overdrafts .....
Banking House ___
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate................:...........
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

1,000.00
79,105.53

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable._________
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes........................ ....
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over .................................. .....

25,000.00

102.63
1,789.14
2,293.20
16,635.00

Grand Total.................... $ 123,684.31

4,173.04

Grand Total.................... $ 123,684.31

Livingston
The Bank of Sumter
OFFICERS
W. W. Patton, President.
B. Tannenbaum, Vice-President.
W. S. Nichols, Cashier.

W. W. Patton.
W. S. Nichols.
J. W. Killian.

DIRECTORS
B. Tannenbaum.
P. B. Jarman.
J. H. Norville.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold .....
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House......
Cash Items in Transit...................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

100.00
13,789.61
4,212.54

Total................................ $

29,370.21

5,931.00
3,290.50
1,665.25
381.31

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 19,900.00
Loans and Discounts....................... 119,131.54
Demand Loans ..................._...........
16,421.12
Overdrafts ..........
1,955.25
Banking House ................................
4,156.30
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,513.23
Other Real Estate...... ......................
Other Resources ....... .......................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




$ 193,447.65

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .................
Demand Certificates ...............
Time Certificates ....................
Cashier’s Checks ....................
Certified Checks ......................
Due to Clearing House...........
Due Banks in this State.........
Due Banks in other States.....
Due Unpaid’ Dividends.............

.$

98,645.06

!

38,540.07

Total Deposits.................$ 137,185.13
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable...........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted..
Reserve fo r Taxes......................
Reserve fo r Interest..................
Other Liabilities ......................
Cash Over ..................................
Grand T otal.

30,000.00
20,000.00
6,262.52

.$ 193,447.65

81

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Livingston

McMillan & Co., Bankers
OFFICERS
'T. M. Tartt, President.
.James A. Mitchell, Vice-President.
T.
M. Tartt, Cashier.

.

DIRECTORS
(Not incorporated.)

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

25,523.19
23,037.96

Total................................$

58,735.27

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 131,231.47
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

7,540.00
816.00
1,818.12

Total Deposits.................$ 131,231.47

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
4,263.73
Loans and Discounts......................
103,299.11
Demand Loans ................................
10,089.52
Overdrafts ........................................
446.46
10,000.00
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,000.00
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
•Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

50,000.00
7,602.62

Grand Total.................... $ 188,834.09

Grand Total.................... $ 188,834.09

Louisville

The Bank of Louisville
OFFICERS
F. B. Pierce, President.
R. E. Flournoy, Cashier.

M. C. Bell.
N. Lee.
B. F. Bennett.

DIRECTORS
J. P. Grant.
F. B. Pierce.
R. E. Flournoy.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

27,944.32
7,555.44

Total................................$

48,841.94

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
‘ Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts
....................................
'Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
•Other Resources ..............................
•
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




.?

7,792.00
4,080.00
1,031.29
438.89

43,162.43
5,847.06
82.58
1,397.00
1,440.00

100,771.01

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ...............
Certified Checks ......................... ....
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

65,867.58
4,000.00
390.76

2,226.93

Total Deposits.................$

72,485.27

Capital Stock paid in ...................... ?
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

25,000.00
1,000.00

Grand Total.

100,771.01

.?

2,285.74

S2

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Louisville

The Barbour County Bank
OFFICERS
M. C. Bell, President.
O. L. Bryan, Vice-President.
J. H. Blair, Cashier.

M. C. Bell.
N. Lee.
A. W. Price.

DIRECTORS
J. A. Richards..
B. F. Bennett.
A. J. Lee.
J. G. Wilkinson.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................ $
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank~$
Loans and Discounts.....................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.............. ......$

LIABILITIES
5,690.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
1,085.15 Demand Certificates ..............:.......
530.60 Time Certificates .......!....................
110.32 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
17,186.88 Due Banks in this State................
7,079.86 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
31,682.81

313.00692.43.

48.00

8.15
1,800.00

Total Deposits................ $

37,937.21

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ......'...... ...........................

15,000.00-

Grand Total.................... $

20,695.57

54,186.53

36,883.78;

54,186.53.

1,249.24

.08;

Luverne

The Bank of Luverne
OFFICERS
T. W. Shows, President.
F. B. Bricken, Vice-President.
W. B. Howard, Vice-President.
J. T. Ivey, Assistant Cashier.

F. B. Bricken.
W. B. Howard.
F. M. Douglass.

DIRECTORS
G. W. Pope.
J. H. Shows.
T. W. Shows.
J. W. Turner.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items.::................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State........
Due from Banks in other States....

LIABILITIES
9,749.00 Individual Deposits ....... .................$ 135,558.651,912.50 Demand Certificates ......................
3,546.70
2,993.45 Time Certificates ............................
612.13
2,654.87 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
81.44 Due to Clearing House...................
1,951.55
38,785.01 Due Banks in this State.................
22,276.17 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Total................................$

78,452.44

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ..........
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate...................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

4,941.41
90,304.70
6,701.50
34.10

Grand Total.




3,250.00
10,694.87
18.43

.$ 194,397.45

Total Deposits.................$ 141,669.03
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.

50,000.0(1
1,333.20
1,395.22

$ 194,397.45.

83

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Luverne

The Farmers Bank
OFFICERS
A . L. Watts, President and Cashier.
-J. C. Ford, Vice-President.

W. C. Warrick.
J. C. Ford.

DIRECTORS
J. S. Martin.
W. J. Lansdon.
A. L. Watts.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
'Currency ............................................$
C old ...................................................
Silver, Nickels andPennies.............
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Hue from Banks in thisState......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total.

.$

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
lo a n s and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ............:...........................
Grand Total.................... $

5,074.00
140.00
406.46
519.49
5,729.68
12,996.33
24,865.96

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ...... ........................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

45,587.58
2,500.00
241.29

Total Deposits................ $

48,328.87

40.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
49,456.48 Surplus Fund ..................................
6,245.38 Undivided Profits, less Current
38.03
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
3,025.00 Notes and Bills Payable..........
3,300.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
1,500.00 Reserve for Taxes.....................
9,765.65 Reserve for Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

25,000.00

98,236.50

Grand Total.................... $

24,907.63

98,236.50

Madison

The Bank o f Madison
OFFICERS
G. W. Wise.
M. H. Anderson.
F. G. Hertyler.

<3. W . W ise, President.

T . G. Riddle, Vice-President.
L. S. Hager, Cashier.
J . E. Humphrey, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
T. G. Riddle.
J. H. Humphrey.
L. S. Hager.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
C old ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
D ue from Banks in other States....

60,827.27
4,922.75

Total................................$

72,527.73

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank~$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
■Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
O ther Real Estate............................
O ther Resources ..............................

(Grand Total.




5,484.00
442.50
851.21

63,963.39
3,497.48
10.33
1,500.00
4,224.64
50.00

.$ 145,773.57

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

97,509.01
14,379.02

Total Deposits.................$ 111,888.03
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.

10,000.00
13,882.98
10,000.00

2.56

.$ 145,773.57

84

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917,

Madrid

The Bank of Madrid
OFFICERS
D. G. Andress, President.
R. H. Smith, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
Dr. D. G. Andress.
T. B. Pennington.
R. H. Smith.
R. E. Womble.
J. L. Crawford.
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917

RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies.........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit...................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in otherStates....

4,715.00
6,260.63
782.88

Total................................$

13,045.58

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ............................
Cash Short ........................................

1,015.00
245.00
27.07

14,787.20
1,425.00
1,150.00
613.86

Grand Total...................31,021.64

Marbury

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .................
Demand Certificates ...............
Time Certificates .....................
Cashier’s Checks .....................
Certified Checks .......................
Due to Clearing House...........
Due Banks in this State.........
Due Banks in other States.....
Due Unpaid Dividends.............

.?

14,338.13:
592.75.

Total Deposits.................$

14,930.88

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over .................. .....................

15,000.00

Grand Total.................... $

31,021.64

1,090.7ft

The Fanners Savings Bank

OFFICERS
D.
H. Marbury, President.
C. R. Russell, Vice-President.
A. T. Rudder, Cashier.
R. G. Mushat, Assistant Cashier.

D. H. Marbury.
C. R. Russell.

DIRECTORS
A. T. Rudder.
Jfmes Donavan.
W. H. Ellis.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

16,722.26
2,054.40

Total................................$

23,569.51

Total Deposits.................?

41,252.30

30,319.90
45.00

Capital Stock paid in...................... ?
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current

11,000.00
2,210.0ft

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




.?

4,406.00
145.00
241.85

1,352.97
1,109.66

56,397.04

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ ?
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

39,474.28
1,250.0ft
528.02

Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.

?

56,397.04

85-

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Marion
The Marion Central Bank
OFFICERS
A. F. Armstrong, President.
D. K. Mason, Cashier.

A. F. Armstrong.
D. K. Mason.
John Howze.

DIRECTORS
H. Y. Howze.
E. K. McCollum.
S. V. Woodfin.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $ 16,671.00
Gold ...................................................
4,267.50
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
2,184.51
Checks and Cash Items..................
1,059.41
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
136,710.90
Due from Banks in other States....
34,886.95

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 323,028.50*
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
435.90*
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
894.85
Due Banks in other States.............
17,116.00*
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Total................................$ 195,780.27

Total Deposits.................$ 341,475.25

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank~$ 66,335.62
Loans and Discounts......................
207,857.85
Demand Loans ................................
18,311.62
Overdrafts ........................................
185.22
Banking House ................................
10,000.00
3,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
6,900.00
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 50,000.00
100,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
14,422.38'Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve for Taxes............................
2,472.95Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

Grand Total.................... $ 508,370.58

Grand Total.................... $ 508,370.58

Marion
The Peoples Bank
OFFICERS
J. M. Moore, President.
T. I. Moore, Cashier.
D. K. Barker, Assistant Cashier.

J. M. Moore.
J. B. Hatchette.
J. H. Hogue.

DIRECTORS
John Lockhart.
C. A. Webb.
W. T. Harris.
T. I. Moore.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState.........
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$

TO,201.00
4,010.00
2,848.15
2,309.70
23,095.80
51,070.17
93,534.82

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 15,000.00
Loans and Discounts......................
137,090.22
Demand Loans ................................
15,796.55
Overdrafts ........................................
484.00
Banking House ................................
3,639.82
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,000.00
Other Real Estate............................
3,005.00
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ....................................i...
5.62
Grand Total.




.$ 270,556.03

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 146,537.46
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................
Total Deposits.................$ 146,537.46
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.

50,000.00
40,000.00
14,018.57
20,000.00

$ 270,556.03

86

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917,

Marion Junction
The Marion Junction State Bank
OFFICERS
H. C. Armstrong, President.
C. L. Gilmer, Vice-President.
Hugh Hopper, Cashier.

H. C. Armstrong.
M.
F. Smith.
W. A. Fort.

DIRECTORS
A . B. Moore.
C. L. Gilmer.
James Alexander.
J. G. Donald.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ..... ...................................... !
Gold ..... — ...................................’. .....
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House___
Cash Items in Transit___________
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total.

.3

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
■Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.....................$

LIABILITIES
1,639.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
42.60 Demand Certificates ......................
671.75 Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
17,054.15 Due Banks in this State.....
7,781.91 Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
27,189.31

33,252.16
5,570.38
606.78

Total Deposits.................$

25,000.00
5,500.00

Grand Total.................... $

37,645.72
2,781.94
64.33
2,434.88
2,354.32

39,429.32

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over ........................... .....

72,470.50

72,470.50

2,541.18

Millport
The Millport State Bank
OFFICERS
H . H. Strickland, President.
A . M. Grimsley, Vice-President.
.J. E. Dowdle, Cashier.

H.
A.
L.
M.

H.
M.
H.
J.

DIRECTORS
Strickland.
J. O. Walker.
Grimsley.
C. G. Johnson.
Hendrix.
L. C. Blakeney.
Davis.
T. T. Joiner.
P. N. Strickland.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
"Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
D ue from Banks in thisState........
D ue from Banks in other States....

16,695.57
31,540.48

Total................................ $

56,186.29

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank-3
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
-Overdrafts .................. .... ................
Hanking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Ral Estate............................
■Other Resources ..............................
Gash Short ........................................

6,305.00
153.00
1,276.93
215.31

61,208.42
1,700.00
2,045.00
1,182.00

Grand T ota l...................... 3 122,321.71




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ 3
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

69,055.33
17,793.58
2,597.73

Total Deposits.................3

89,446.64

Capital Stock paid in...................... 3
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00
15,000.00
2,873.74

1.33

Grand T otal...................... 3 122,321.71

87

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Mobile

The Merchants Bank
E. F.
D. P.
G. A.
W. J.

OFFICERS
Ladd, President.
Bestor, Jr., Vice-President.
Michael, Cashier.
Parham, Jr., Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
D. P. Bestor, Jr.
John J. McPhillips.
Louis Forchheimer.
D. R. Dunlap.
Joseph M. Walsh.
Ashbel Hubbard.
Samuel Eichold.
E. F. Ladd.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $ 204,571.00
Gold ...................................................
2,719.95
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
22,914.35
Checks and Cash Items..................
7,386.61
29,533.62
Exchanges fo r Clearing House....
Cash Items in Transit....................
168,840.87
Due from Banks in this State......
28,386.25
Due from Banks in other States.... 611,973.40

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .........................$2,780,153.24
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
195,151.22
Cashier’s Checks ............................
38,968.35
Certified Checks ..............................
12,026.70>
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State................. 740,036.18
52,459.54
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
258.00

Total................................$1,076,326.05

Total Deposits.................$3,819,053.23

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 267,212.04
Loans and Discounts...................... 2,157,226.10
Demand Loans ................................
719,496.87
Overdrafts ........................................
989.36
15,000.00
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
5,000.00
Other Real Estate............................
19,993.55
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short .......................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 150,000.00200,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
76,190.74
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve for Taxes............................
6,000.00
Reserve for Interest........................
10,000.00*
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

Grand Total.................... $4,261,243.97

Grand Total.................... $4,261,243.97

Mobile

The Peoples Bank of Mobile
J.
A.
C.
J.
A.
H.

OFFICERS
W. Little, Chairman o f the Board.
L. Staples, President.
R. Little, Cashier.
C. Bush, Vice-President.
J. Wildman, Assistant Cashier.
A. Pharr, Assistant Cashier.

A. L. Staples.
J. C. Bush, Jr.
J. W. Little.
R. M. Weinacker
S. A. Leblanc.
Jas. McPhillips.
Jas. K. Glennon.

DIRECTORS
M. L. Davis.
Julius Goldstein.
T. K. Jackson.
H. T. Inge.
F. J. Inge.
J. J. Feore.
Jas. C. Van Antwerp.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
Currency ........................................... $ 98,647.00 Individual Deposits .........................$3,628,510.98:
Gold ...................................................
87,745.75 Demand Certificates ......................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
18,663.60 Time Certificates ............................
342,986.62
Checks and Cash Items.......................
7,591.68Cashier’s Checks ............................
34,092.12
Exchanges fo r Clearing House....
32.996.95 Certified Checks ................................
7,712.80
Cash Items in Transit....................
71,211.19 Due to Clearing House..................
Due from Banks in this State......
4,419.09 Due Banks in this State.................
31,960.44
Due from Banks in other States.... 468,898.36 Due Banks in other States............. 106,911.67
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
618.00
Total................................$ 790,173.62

Total Deposits................ $4,152,792.53

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 392,597.57
Loans and Discounts...................... 2,684,231.38
Demand Loans ................................
436,424.90
Overdrafts ........................................
3,416.06
Banking House ................................
94,952.40
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
145,538.51
Other Resources ..............................
130,700.89
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 198,200.00
Surplus Fund .................................
200,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
105,042.80
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve for Taxes...........................
8,000.00
Reserve for Interest.......................
14,000.00
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

Grand Total.




$4,678,035.33

Grand Total.

.$4,678,035.33

88

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Mobile
The Union Savings Bank
OFFICERS
-J. L. Taylor, President.
John T. McDonald, Vice-President.
Grover A. Taylor, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
J. L. Taylor.
James T. Duggan.
John T. McDonald.
Grover A. Taylor.
M. L. Gans.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
-Gold ...........................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and- Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House___
Cash Items in Transit----------------D u e from Banks in this State.......
Hue from Banks in otherStates....
Total................................ $

LIABILITIES
4,905.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $ 248,329.16
342.50 Demand Certificates ......................
5,902.18
920.89 Time Certificates ............................
255.57
1,297.48 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ...................... .......
Due to Clearing House...................
19,567.53 Due Banks in this State................
1,196.37 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
9.00
28,229.77

Total Deposits.................$ 254,495.91

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 39,459.12 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Loans and Discounts......................
222,116.89 Surplus Fund .............................. ....
Demand Loans ................................
4,561.60 Undivided Profits, less Current
"Overdrafts ........................................
999.18
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Banking House ____ ____...________
"Furniture and Fixtures...................
3,255.75 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
8,209.54 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
■Other Real Estate............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
O ther Resources ________________
Other Liabilities ............................
■Cash Short .......................... .............
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.....................$ 306,831.85

34,900.00
14,515.00
2,920.94

Grand Total.................... $ 806,831.85

Monroeville
The Monroe County Bank
OFFICERS
J . B. Barnett, President.
D. J. Hatter, Vice-President.
D. D. Mims, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
Q. Salter.
J. R. Eddins.
Jno. M. Coxwell.
C. J. Jackson.
J. J. Jemigan.
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917

RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
9,301.00
Gold ....................................................
3,060.00
Silver, Nickels and Pennies______
1,699.16
Checks and Cash Items__________
1,527.30
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.__
Cash Items in Transit............... .
Due from Banks in this State____ 115,992.06
Due from Banks in other States_
87,530.44
Total................................ $ 219,109.96

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ 2 305,949.83
Time Certificates ........................
Cashier’s Checks _____________
Certified Checks ................ ..............
Due to Clearintr House............ ......
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States_______
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................

62,098.15
794.77

100.50

Total Deposits.................$ 368,943.25

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 20,866.66
Loans and Discounts......................
195,670.46
Demand Loans ......... .......................
5,503.00

Capital Stock paid in......................,$
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current

Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures________ __
Other Real Estate........................ ....
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

Notes and Bills Payable................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted
Reserve fo r Taxes........................ .
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

Grand Total.




4,811.62
3,250.00
1,060.82
1,097.56
15.00

.? 451,555.30

Grand Total.

60,000.00

.$ 451,555.30

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Montevallo

The Merchants & Planters Bank
OFFICERS
C. L. Meroney, President.
Wm. Lyman, Cashier.
W. H. Lyman, Assistant Cashier.

C. L. Meroney.
Wm. Lyman.
F. F. Crowe.
W. H. Lyman.

DIRECTORS
J. Alex Moore.
S. A. Curry.
Jno. H. McMath.
E. S. Lyman.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

6,115.00
255.00
'2,920.82
119.40
1,263.52
7,506.73

Total................................$

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

18,180.47

78,878.86
193.95

Total Deposits.................$

79,072.81

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
83,727.68 Surplus Fund ..................................
4,683.36 Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
83.48
1,474.00 Notes and Bills Payable..........
1,526.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
2,550.00 Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over .......................................

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ‘ ...............................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

25,000.00

Grand Total.................... $ 112,224.99

7,584.18

568.00

Grand Total.................... $ 112,224.99

Montgomery

The Alabama Bank & Trust Company
OFFICERS
J. L. Hall, President.
W. K. Pelzer, Vice-President.
R. E. Seibels, Cashier.

S.
G.
S.
F.

J. Cassels.
T. Edwards.
Gassenheimer.
A. Gulledge.

DIRECTORS
J. L. Hall.
H. B. Oliver.
Henry M. Hobbie. W. K. Pelzer.
H. S. Houghton.
J. A. Sellers.
T. W. Peagler.
J. T. Walker.
Isadore Weil.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$ 129,299.00
Gold ...........................................i.......
4,012.50
10,315.56
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
20,834.77
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
31,207.43
Due from Banks in this State.......
47,745.87
Due from Banks in other States.... 143,364.95

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 565,215.25.
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
13,400.00
Certified Checks ..............................
10.90^
Due to Clearing House...................
14,745.67
Due Banks in this State.................
27,728.80Due Banks in other States.............
25,756.38
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
453.00

Total................................$ 386,780.08

Total Deposits.................$ 647,310.00'

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 28,000.00
Loans and Discounts......................
488,048.04
Demand Loans ................................
67,355.24
Overdrafts ........................................
2,015.38
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
7,330.40
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
3,528.14
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 300,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
30,000.00’
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
5,628.66
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities .......................... .
Cash Over ........................................
118.62'

Grand Total.




.$ 983,057.28

Grand Total.

.$ 983,057.28-

30

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Montgomery
The Sullivan Bank & Trust Company
DIRECTORS
John P. Kohn.
W. H. Kohn.
Frank D. Kohn.
Ray Rushthon.
M. H. Sullivan.
D. F. Sullivan.
Miles J. Tierney.

OFFICERS
■
John P. Kohn, President.
Frank D. Kohn, Vice-President.
IM. H. Sullivan, Cashier.
W. H. Kohn, Assistant Cashier.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
'Gold .......................................................
Silver, Nickels andPennies.............
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House...
Cash Items in Transit....................
"Due from Banks in this State.....
Due from Banks in other States....

LIABILITIES
20,259.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $ 296,232.86
10,707.50 Demand Certificates ......................
5,580.94
2,877.40 Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
112.70
5,778.42
12,842.56 Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
29.75
23,513.38 Due Banks in thisState...................
40.57
30,017.39 Due Banks in other States...............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

.$ 100,217.23

Total Deposits.................$ 307,775.24

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 77,211.44
Loans and Discounts......................
394,030.99
Demand Loans ................................
6,300.00
-Overdrafts ...........
168.26
Banking House ................................
"Furniture and Fixtures...................
8,427.92
Other Real Estate............................
•Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ................................. .-.__

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 250,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
26,500.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
2,080.60
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other . Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

Grand Total.................... $ 586,355.84

Grand Total.................... $ 586,355.84

Total.

Montgomery
The Union Bank & Trust Company
OFFICERS
Michael Cody, President.
Joseph Norwood, Vice-President.
W . Cleve Stokes, Secretary.

Fred S. Ball.
J. L. Gaston.
B. M. Gerson.
Ernest Mayer.

DIRECTORS
M. L. Greil.
Joseph Norwood.
Michael Cody.
Isidor Weil.
J. C. Haas.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
■Currency ............................................$ 15,400.00 ’
Gold ...................................................
650.00
' Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
723.39
Checks and Cash Items..................
200.00,
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
"Due from Banks in this State....... 209,599.18
Due from Banks in other States....
7,177.38

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 663,489.64
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
81,106.56
927.53
Cashier’s Checks ...............
Certified Checks ..............................
14.50
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States...........
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................
20.00

Total................................$ 233,749.95

Total Deposits.................$ 745,558.23

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 100,000.00
Loans and Discounts......................
537,382.29
Demand Loans .................... ...........
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
4,500.00
Other Real Estate............................
26,526.12
' Other Resources ..............................
•Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 100,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
54,843.41
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
1,756.72
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

Grand T ota l...................... $ 902,158.36

Grand T otal...................... $ 902,158.36




STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

9t

Moultoit

The Bank of Moulton
OFFICERS
J. C. Kumpe, President.
C. C. Prince, Vice-President.
O. L. Judy, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
R. M. Byars.
T. R. Alexander.
A. L. Windham.
J. M. Irwin.

J. C. Kumpe.
C. C. Prince.
Ward Bracken.
W. D. Irwin.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... :
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

LIABILITIES
11,104.00 Individual Deposits ...........
1.595.50 Demand Certificates ..........
1.207.50 Time Certificates ...............
1.00 Cashier’s Checks ...............
538.37 Certified Checks .................
Due to Clearing House......
10,026.49 Due Banks in this State....
36,882.79 Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
61,355.65

109,028.036,689.754,515.60'
74.68

Total Deposits.................$ 120,308.06

1,000.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
84,414.92 Surplus Fund ..................................
8,823.59 Undivided Profits, less Current
923.68
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
2,000.00 Notes and Bills Payable..........
1,000.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

Grand Total.................... $ 159,517.84

28,000.00
11,000.00209.78-

Grand Total.................... $ 159,517.84

Moulton’

The Citizens Bank of Moulton
OFFICERS
D. H. Bracken, President.
W. A. Moles, Vice-President.
L. B. Cropper, Cashier.
W. C. Bragg, Assistant Cashier.

D. H. Bracken.
W. A. Moles.
L. B. Cropper.

DIRECTORS
L. A. Alexander.
J. D. L. Byars.
W. I. Heflin.
C. P. Pruitt.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit............'........
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

1,834.33
1,494.45
25,565.62

5,844.00
1,767.50
568.19

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Total................................$

37,074.09

Total Deposits................ $

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

166.66
46,559.25
960.00
35.38
4,500.00
1,000.00

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest..................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

.$

90.300.38

Grand Total.




5.00

Grand Total.

.$

66,105.70
2,478.16

68,583.86
15,000.002,500.004,216.52'

90,300.38-

-92

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Moundville
The Bank of Moundville
OFFICERS

DIRECTORS

R. L. Griffin, President.
R . J. Griffin, Vice-President.
Li. M. Griffin, Cashier.

R. L. Griffin.
R. J. Griffin.

L. M. Griffin.
T. P. Abernathy.
W. M. Wilburn.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
"Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

29,935.68
1,280.37

Total................................$

36,036.12

Total Deposits................ $

75,653.00

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank~$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
"Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

400.00
40,720.18
18,428.53

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund .................... ...........
Undivided, Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest..................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

20,600.00
3,000.00

3,311.00
772.50
590.38
146.19

1,250.00
1,250.00
2,278.15

Grand Total.................... $ 100,362.98

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

67,137.30
8,161.67
354.03

1,109.98

Grand Total.................... $ 100,362.98

Newbem
The Bank of Newbem
OFFICERS

DIRECTORS
W. H. Tayloe.
A. M. Spessard.

-J. F. Brown, Vice-President.
•Jos. J. White, Cashier.

Walter J. White.
J. F. Brown.
Jos. J. White.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

7,413.50
15,281.34

Total................................ $

25,708.00

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
'Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
•Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




.$

2,126.00
27.50
672.15
187.51

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ........................ ....
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

36,975.97
50.00

Total Deposits.................$

37,025.97

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
34,322.83 Surplus Fund ..................................
5,334.20 Undivided Profits, less Current
16.52
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
3,000.00 Notes and Bills Payable..........
1,305.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
1,780.71 Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
331.00 Reserve fo r Interest..................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

28,200.00
4,700.00

71,798.26

71,798.26

Grand Total.

.$

1,872.29

U
S

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

New Brockton

The Bank of New Brockton
OFFICERS
Obie Harris, President.
■J. M. Folsom, Vice-President.
It. C. Adams, Vice-President.
C. J. Rowe, Cashier.

Obie Harris.
J. M. Folsom.
R. C. Adams.

DIRECTORS
L. A. Boyd.
C. J. Rowe.
B. J. Massey.
R. H. Arrington.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
■Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

20,475.82
4,438.41
10,181.29

Total................................$

38,583.44

Total Deposits.................$

86,472.12

71,702.47
2,155.71
6,342.06
2,480.00
1,278.60
8,089.51
435.00
7.72

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00
1,997.30

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
■Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

2,152.00
760.00
325.37
250.55

Grand Total.................... $ 131,074.51

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

76,109.82
737.43
9,624.87

5,105.09
12,500.00

Grand Total.................... $ 131,074.51

New Hope

The Bank of New Hope
OFFICERS
"W. E. Butler, President.
E. M. Box, Cashier.

W. E. Butler.
J. C. Butler.
A. H. Butler.

DIRECTORS
W. P. Nicholls.
T. E. McKinney.
Tom Ikard.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

8,533.64
6,478.16

4,167.00
725.00
480.37
74.59

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

45,057.53
6,935.21
200.29

.$

20,458.76

Total Deposits.................$

52,193.03

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Gash Short ........................................

216.00
52,304.92
4,811.01
494.51
2,556.00
2,024.04

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

15,000.00
11,000.00

.$

82,865.24

Total.

Grand Total.




Grand Total.

.$

4,672.21

82,865.24

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

04

New Market
The New Market Banking Company
OFFICERS
W. E. Rodgers, President.
W. F. Yarbrough, Vice-President.
R. N. Coleman, Cashier.

W. E. Rodgers.
W. F. Yarbrough.
R. N. Coleman.
J. O. Orman.

DIRECTORS
C. E. Blanton.
J. W. Cochran.
J. M. Payne.
Jno. A. Fanning.
B. Jacks.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

11,385.63
2,953.56

Total................................$

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

19,115.39

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts'......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................ —..... .....
Grand Total.................... $

3,835.00
437.50
453.70
50.00

49,604.87
23,552.39'
169.26

Total Deposits.................$

94,845.25

15,400.00
4,544.25

Grand Total.............. ..... $

69,766.27
3,250.99
12.60
1,350.00
1,350.00

73,326.52

Capital Stock paid in ...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

94,845.25

1,574.48

Newville
The Farmers State Bank
OFFICERS
G. H. Malone, President.
J. J. Espy, Vice-President.
H. C. Price, Cashier.

G. H. Malone.
J. J. Espy.
H. C. Price.

DIRECTORS
L. T. Hutto..
A. Y. Malone.
John S. Kirkland'..

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$

LIABILITIES
2,690.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
15.00 Demand Certificates ......................
49.66 Time Certificates ............................
565.91 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
44,704.79 Due Banks in this State.................
2,402.55 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

45,472.90
2,404.46
425.00'

50,427.91

Total Deposits................ $

48,302.42

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate™..........................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

18,865.67
1,213.50
257.65
1,719.00
1,560.00
1,000.00
200.00
4.67

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ......................... .
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.0(h
1,450.00

$

75,248.40

Grand Total.




Grand Total.

.$

495.98;

75,248.40-

95

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

North Birmingham

The North Birmingham Trust & Savings Bank
DIRECTORS
C. B. Rogers.
W. W. Walker.
S.
G. B. Tarrant.
M. E.
Morland.
C.
R. H. Wharton, Jr. H. C. Hillhouse.
F.
J. H. Berry.
G. D.
Brittain.
J.
J. R. Slack.
Z. B. Chamblee.
J.

OFFICERS
C. B. Rogers, President.
Geo. B. Tarrant, Vice-President.
J. H. Berry, Vice-President.
R. H. Wharton, Jr., Cashier.

M. Blake.
B. Smith.
T. Norris.
V. Methvin.
A. Lewis.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
R ESOU RCES
C urren cy ............................................... $
13,445.00
G old ........................................................
505.00
Silver, N ickels and Pennies............
1,564.33
Checks and Cash Item s....................
E xch an ges fo r Clearing H ouse.....
Cash Items in T ransit......................
11.48
Due from Banks in this State.......
131,019.93
D u e from Banks in other States ...
1,389.83

L IA B IL IT IE S
Individual Deposits .......................... $ 348,201.76
Tim e Certificates ...............................
Cashier’s Checks ...............................
Certified Checks .................................
Due to Clearing H ouse....................
Due Banks in this State..................
Due Banks in other- States..............
Due U npaid Dividends......................

1,883.95
56.25

72.00

T otal...................................$ 147,935.57

T otal Deposits.................. ?

358,299.86

13,850.00
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
L oans and D iscounts........................
243,883.36
Dem and Loans ...................................
9,395.55

Capital Stock paid in ........................ ?
Surplus Fund .....................................
U ndivided P rofits, less Current

41,900.00

B an king H ouse ...................................
Furniture and F ixtures....................
O ther Real Estate...............................
O ther Resources .................................
C ash Short ...........................................

N otes and Bills Payable..................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r T axes...............................
Reserve fo r Interest..........................
Other Liabilities ...............................
Cash Over ...........................................

6,061.58
2,396.84
3,150.00
55.58

Grand T otal...................... ? 426,743.71

Grand T otal...................... ?

426,743.71

Northport

The Northport Bank
OFFICERS
M. Freeman, President.
J. S. Moore, Vice-President.
H . G. Shepherd, Cashier.

M. Freeman.
J. S. Moore.
W. K. Cooper.
Frank Rice.

DIRECTORS
F. R. Maxwell.
J. B. Ferguson.
W. P. Hagler.
S.
M. Freeman.
J. A. Ozment.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... 1
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

6,032.39
5,190.52

Total................................$

16,437.10

Ronds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short .......................................
Grand Total.




.?

4,794.00
190.00
217.95
12.24

20,658.79
1,319.16
73.27
2,687.27

41,175.59

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ...........
Demand Certificates .........
Time Certificates ...............
Cashier’s Checks ...............
Certified Checks .................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

24,766.26
550.00
150.62

Total Deposits................ $

25,466.88

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00

.$

41,175.50

Grand Total.

527.92

180.79

96

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Notasulga

The First Bank of Notasulga
OFFICERS
A. B. Hope, President.
W. J. Bridges, Vice-President.
Jas. M. White, Cashier.

A. B. Hope.
W. J. Bridges.

DIRECTORS
G. W. Chester.
T. D. Rea.
W. S. Parker.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies............
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit...................
Due from Banks in this State.........
Due from Banks in other States....

1,512.39
36,172.95
26,575.85

Total................................$

75,587.75

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate.......................... .
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State.....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

7,424.00
807.50
.2,117.57
* 977.49

91,943.17
3,900.78:
4,934.75

Total Deposits.................$ 100,778.70
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

39,673.03
2,170.07
110.32
2,450.00
1,865.50

Grand Total.................... $ 121,856.67

15,000.00
6,077.47

•S '
O

Grand Total.................... $ 121,856.67

Notasulga

The Merchants & Farmers Bank
OFFICERS
J. H. Drakeford, President.
E. H. Reynolds, Vice-President.
W. W. Brooks, Cashier.

J.
H.
E.
R.

H.
P.
H.
R.

Drakeford.
Merritt.
Reynolds.
Hodnette.

DIRECTORS
A. W. Humphries.
G. W. Chester.
G. T. Bryant.
R. M. Bentley.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total.

.$

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources .......
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




$

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ................
Demand Certificates ..............
Time Certificates ....................
Cashier’s Checks ....................
Certified Checks ......................
Due to Clearing House...........
8,187.14 Due Banks in this State.........
4,806.58 Due Banks in other States.....
Due Unpaid Dividends............
5,396.00
370.00
346.23
214.50

19,320.45
41,454.89
2,328.97
182.37
2,700.00
2,146.50
693.24
18.27
68,844.69

35,217.7*
6,816.32176.58:

Total Deposits................ $

42,210.64

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and' Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00

...$

68,844.69*

Grand Total.

1,634.05

97

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Oakman

The Bank of Oakman
OFFICERS
Murray Cannon, President.
John T. Rose, Vice-President
Joe D. Con well, Cashier.

Murray Cannon.
John T. Rose.
.T no T)

DIRECTORS
L. B. Musgrove.
John R. Pill.
■ P e.n l

P .n n w p ll

S

T T o le n r

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
R ESO U R CE S

Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States. ..

283.21
12,684.72
967.79

Total................................$

21,179.60

5,664.00
502.00
1,075.73
2.15

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ................-........ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

61,592.02
10,532.45
432.99

Total Deposits.................$

72,557.46

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
2,260.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Loans and Discounts......................
50,420.58 Surplus Fund ..................................
Demand Loans ................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Furniture and Fixtures.......................
2,000.00Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Other Real Estate................................
8,690.24Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over .................................:.....

10,000.00
536.12

Grand Total.................... $

84,550.42

Grand Total.................... $

84,550.42

1,451.25

5.59

Odenville

The Bank of Odenville
OFFICERS
L. Cooke, President.
W. T. Hodges, Vice-President.
J. L. Hamilton, Vice-President
W. P. Cooke, Cashier.
J. M. Mize, Assistant Cashier.

M. A. Werner.
J. L. Hamilton.
C. M. Simpson.

DIRECTORS
D. F. Funderburg.
J. T. Newton, Sr.
J. J. Goddard.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

2,312.00
172.50
765.65
163.46
2,809.91

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

21,550.61
4,053.73

4,672.56

Total................................$

6,223.52

Total Deposits................ $

30,276.90

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

2,802.03
34,818.14

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00
1,278.64

Grand T otal...................... $

49,669.56

Grand T otal...................... $

49,669.56




1,900.00
2,000.00
1,596.65
329.22

3,000.00

114.02

98

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Oneonta

The Blount County Bank
OFFICERS
A. A. Fendley, President.
J. H. Lowry, Vice-President.
Birl Brown, Cashier.
Coy Shelton, Assistant Cashier.

W. A. Weaver.
F.
G. Stevens.
W. T. Buckner.

DIRECTORS
E. Cornelius.
J. S. Fendley.
J. C. Brittian.
J. H. Lowry.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

765.90
77.08

Total................................$

2,850.38

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ....... :...............................

362.00
527.50
812.45
315.45

Total Deposits................ $

87,878.41
31,553.02
40.71
3,264.00
2,200.00

Grand Total.................... $ 127,786.52

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States..........
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund .....................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable....................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

58,798.20
10,890.94
1,859.43
70.00
4,625.56

76,244.13
25,000.00
13,000.00
3,542.39
10,000.00

Grand Total.................... $ 127,786.52

Oneonta

The Farmers Savings Bank
OFFICERS
J. A. Brice, President.
Paul Goddard, Vice-President.
J. C. Nation, Cashier.
H. H. Brice, Assistant Cashier.

J. A. Brice.
Paul Goddard.
T. W. Hood.

DIRECTORS
J. B. Stevens.
J. T. Brown.
J. S. Wilkerson.
J. S. Wittmeier.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

30,031.29
3,517.89

Total................................$

43,814.75

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

9,222.00
600.00
385.17
58.40

74,556.46
44,535.07
61.06
2,397.96
2,621.78

*

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 100,835.38
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State..,_______
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

30,263*03
1,560.63

Total Deposits.................$ 132,659.04
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current

25,000.00
5,625.00

Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Cash Over ........................................

Grand Total.




.$ 167,987.08

Grand Total

.$ 167,987.08

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Oneonta

The Oneonta Trust & Banking Company
O FFIC E RS

T. H. Davidson, President.
L. H. Johnson, Vice-President.
C. H. Davidson, Cashier.

L. H. Davidson.
J. L. Johnson.

DIRECTORS
H. F. Whited.
M. M. Crow.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House......
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

14,122.91
10.83

Total......................-.......... $

18,712.33

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short .......
Grand Total.................... $

2,578.00
787.50
827.67
385.52

21,907.53
11,204.94
37.60
8.82

333.72
4,000.00
2,000.00
1,629.73
45.18

Total Deposits.................$

33,158.89

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxespaid............
Notes and Bills Payable................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ..............................
Cash Over ........................................

20,000.00
6,000.00

Grand Total.................... $

39,566.12

66,287.08

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..... .............
Due Banks in this State....... .........
Due Banks in other States............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

66,287.08

576.18
5,000.00

1,552.01

Opelika

The Bank of Opelika
OFFICERS

D IR E CTO RS

J. B. Fielder, President.
J. B. Greene, Vice-President and Cashier,

J. B. Fielder.
John Allen Jones.
I. Weil.
L. M. Trawick.
B. W. Williams.
M. R. Meadows.

W. R. Watts.
R. M. Greene.
W. H. Melton.
H. G. Clift.
W. W. Williams.
Jno. W. Williams.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ...................... .....................$
Gold ..............................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States. ..
Total.

L IA B IL IT IE S

12,619.00
3,970.00
3,720.00
2,186.32
5,897.63
28,726.85
57,119.80

Individual Deposits .............. ......... $ 154,061.93
Demand Certificates ......................
1,787.65
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
845.32
Certified Checks ..............................
33.00
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
255.23
Due Banks in other States.............
273.77
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits-................$ 157,256.90

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank ?
6,250.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 100,000.90
Loans and Discounts......................
136,494.33 Surplus Fund ..................................
17,000.00
Demand Loans ................................
36,149.54 Undivided Profits, less Current
Overdrafts ........................................
7,504.53
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
925.97
Banking House ....................................
10,000.00 Notes and Bills Payable..........
Furniture and Fixtures...................
3,826.07 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Other Real Estate................................
17,838.60 Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Other Resources ..............................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Cash Short ........................................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................
Grand Total.




.$ 275,182.87

Grand Total.

.$ 275,182.8’

100

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Orrville
The Orrville Bank & Trust Company
OFFICERS
J. E. Dunaway, President.
Joseph Lambert, Vice-President.
D.
E. Dunaway, Cashier.
J. E. Dunaway, Jr., Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
J. E. Dunaway.
Joseph Lambert.
D. E. Dunaway.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total.

.$

LIABILITIES
4,010.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
37.50 Demand Certificates ...............
812.67 Time Certificates ............................
233.23 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
3,591.58 Due Banks in this State....
514.70 Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
9,199.68

39,272.53
3,550.00
5,000.00
4,046.01

Total Deposits.................$

51,868.54

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
1,000.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Loans and Discounts......................
64,479.88 Surplus Fund ..................................
Demand Loans .....................................
9,165.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Overdrafts ............................................
2,191.09 Expenses and Taxes paid............
8,175.27
Banking House .....................................
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Furniture and Fixtures.......................
3,408.00Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Other Real Estate.................................
6,000.00Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Other Resources ..............................
Reserve fo r Interest................... ....
Cash Short ........................................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00
18,000.00

Grand Total.................... $ 103,618.92

2,409.18
5,000.00
361.20
980.00

Grand Total.................... $ 103,618.92

Oxford

The Peoples Bank of Oxford
OFFICERS
Jas. Keith, Jr., President.
O. M. Alexander, Vice-President.
E. H. Hawkins, Cashier.

J. H. Edmondson.
S. A. Stewart.
E.

DIRECTORS
R. A. Hingson.
Jas. Keith, Jr.
H. Hawkins.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917

RESOURCES

LIABILITIES
1,702.00
35.50
159.55
5.99

Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ................... .
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State._
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

16,813.80

Total Deposits.................$

17,785.99

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
1.21
5,000.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
1,538.37
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
4.43 Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00

Currency ............- ............................. $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House___
Cash Items in Transit___ ________
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

2,482.39
2,076.83

.$

6,462.26

Total.

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




.$

892.19
80.00

44,019.87

57,026.14

Grand Total.

.$

1,240.15
13,000.00

57,026.14

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

101
Ozark

The Ozark City Bank
OFFICERS
Mrs. William Garner, President.
W. S. Garner, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
Mrs. William Garner. M. Sollie.
W. S. Garner.
C. A. Pippin.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER .2, 1917
R ESO U R CE S

Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

8,713.00
310.00
486.35
2,544.74
15,884.12
19,195.53

Total................................$

47,132.74

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ..... ...................$
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................$

85,036.28
107.70

85,143.98

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 10,000.00
158,161.16
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
2,413.94
Overdrafts ........................................
249.40
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
1,421.54
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
2,997.05
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 100,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
37,231.85
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

Grand Total.................... $ 222,375.83

Grand Total.................... $ 222,375.83

Ozark
The Planters & Merchants Bank
J.
C.
L.
O.

OFFICERS
E. Z. Riley, President.
A. Stokes, Vice-President.
B. Martin, Cashier.
Akins, Assistant Cashier.

J. E. Z. Riley.
C. A. Stokes.
L. B. Martin.

DIRECTORS
O. Akins.
S. Coleman.
L. F. Sessions.
N. P. Dowling.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................8
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

870.00
41,227.40
10,905.84

Total................................$

78,473.77

18,019.00
3,105.00
3,889.97
456.56

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 270,845.17
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates .............................
37,140.78
Cashier’s Checks ............................
715.61
Certified Checks .............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
922.15
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposis.................$ 309,623.71

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
530.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 125,000.00
Loans and Discounts......................
369,486.85 Surplus Fund ..................................
25,000.00
Demand Loans ................................
15,130.18 Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
19,575.97
Overdrafts ........................................
2,070.88
Banking House ................................
4,000.00 Notes and Bills Payable-................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,500.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
2,000.00
Other Real Estate............................
11,008.00 Reserve fo r Taxes.................................
Reserve fo r Interest.............................
2,000.00
Other Resources ..............................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Short ........................................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand T otal...................... $ 483,199.68




Grand T otal...................... $ 483,199.68

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917,

102

Pell City
Pell City Bank & Trust Company
OFFICERS
L. Cook, President.
W. P. Cook, Vice-President.
Pearl C. Still, Cashier.

L. Cook.
W . P. Cook.
H. V. Jones.

DIRECTORS
J. H. Willingham.
G. C. Carreker.
J. R. Carrtker.
Jessie C. Riggan.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency .................. ...... ........ ......... $
Gold ..........................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.___________
Due from Banks in this State____
Due from Banks in other States....

LIABILITIES
4,445.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
60.00 Demand Certificates ......................
403.35 Time Certificates ............................
8.00 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
16,909.00 Due Banks in this State.....
893.72 Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

Total................................$

22,719.07

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank~$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ............
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate...........................
Other Resources ...................... - .....
Cash Short ........................................

1,000.00
24,754.11

Grand Total.................... $

61,523.28

30,014.11
9,946.08
323.18

Total Deposits.................$

40,283.37

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
100.10
2,500.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
3,250.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
7,200.00 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00
5,000.00

Grand Total.................... $

61,523.28

1,239.91

Peterman
The Bank of Peterman
d i r e c t o r 's

OFFICERS
W. J. Nettles, President.
D. R. Nettles, Vice-President.
P. S. Jackson, Cashier.

W. J. Nettles.
D.
R. Nettles.

P. S. Jackson.
J. J. Jernigan.
J. L. Tatum.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............... ........................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items In Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

|

21,150.31
19,907.85

2,698.00
432.50
750.92
529.56

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearim? House ...............
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

50,173.39
15,330.25
148.48

Total................................$

45,469.14

Total Deposits.................$

65,652.12

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

2,593.06
30,892.85

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..... .....
Notes and Bills Payable.________
Notes and Bills Rediscounted____
Reserve fo r Taxes_______________
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................ ...............

15,000.00
1,500.00

Grand Total.................... $

83,482.22

Grand Total.................... $

83,482.22




46.17
2,245.07
2,168.34
66.20
1.39

1,309.40

20.70

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

103

Piedmont

The Farmers & Merchants Bank
OFFICERS
C. N. Thompson, President.
J. H. Barlow, VicePresident.
J. F. Morgan, Cashier.

C.
J.
J.
I.

N. Thompson.
H. Barlow.
F. Morgan.
Adelstein.

DIRECTORS
J. D. Penny.
W. B. Penny.
B. T. Williams.
S. B. Canter.
F. E. Webb.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies............
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

163.76
6,635.02
7,758.17

7,339.00
462.50
598.50
371.09

Total................................$

23,327.95

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short .......................................

1,100.00
43,097.03

Grand Total.................... $

71,848.51

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

33,214.84
12,898.71
810.09

Total Deposits.................$

46,923.64

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
123.53
Expenses and Taxes paid.........
3,100.00 Notes and Bills Payable................
1,100.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over .......................................

15,000.00
2,000.00

Grand Total.................... $

1,924.87
6,000.00

71,848.51

Pinckard

The Peoples Bank
OFFICERS
Mrs. J. W. Pippin, President.
J. B. Borland, Vice-President.
J. S. Pippin, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
A. H. Borland.
J. B. Borland.
T. M. Borland.
J. H. Dean.
M. Sollie.

Mrs. J. W . Pippin.
M. M. Pippin.

C. A. Pippin.
J. S. Pippin.
R. R. Pippin.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

LIABILITIES
3,763.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
9 9K
.Q. O
189.34 Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
25,208.49 Due Banks in this State.................
2,709.38 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

60,791.11
2,935.00
667.55

32,162.71

Total Deposits.................$

64,393.66

70,027.91

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current

40,000.00

181.06
3,440.61
1,863.20
2,888.17




550.00

Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 110,563.66

Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................

13.89

Grand Total.................... $ 110,563.66

104

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Pine Apple

The Bank of Pine Apple
DIRECTORS

OFFICERS
J. T. Adams, President.
Sam N. Stanford, Vice-President.
L. P. Cone, Cashier.

Jas. G. Donald.
J. A. Matheson.
W. R. Mills.

J. T. Adams.
Sam N. Stanford.
L. P. Cone.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ....... .......................... ......... $
Gold ............................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

24,283.70
19,443.45

Total................................$

50,993.48

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts..............._.....
Demand Loans ........................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House .......................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

5,064.00
338.50
682.07
1,181.76

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .................
Demand Certificates ...............
Time Certificates .....................
Cashier’ s Checks ....................
Certified Checks ......................
Due to Clearing House...........
Due Banks in this State..........
Due Banks in other States___
Due Unpaid Dividends.............

.$

21.049.J4
1,895.23

Total Deposits.................$ 113,233.06

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
64,803.19 Surplus Fund ..................................
4,679.17 Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
257.12
3,000.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
1,500.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
8,910.00 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
10,000.00 Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

Grand Total.................... $ 144,142.96

90,288.69

25,000.00
2,968.42
2,941.48

Grand Total.................... $ 144,142.96

Pine Hill
Clay Sheffield, Banker
OFFICERS
Clay Sheffield, President.
Miller Sheffield, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
(Not incorporated.)
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917

RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies.........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit...............
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




.$

LIABILITIES
721.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
725.00 Demand Certificates ......................
459.37 Time Certificates .......................... .
13L77 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
10.38 Due to Clearing House...................
14,806.51 Due Banks in this State.................
2,063.18 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................
18,917.21

49,239.03
458.86

Total Deposits.................$

49,697.89

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
31,353.92 Surplus Fund ..................................
3,000.00 Undivided Profits, less Current
63.58
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
3,500.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
2,500.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
5,149.63 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
6,430.82 Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

10,000.00

70,915.06

70,915.06

Grand Total.

.$

1,217.17
10,000.00

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

105

Pittsview

The Bank of Pittsview
OFFICERS

DIRECTORS

L . H. Boykin, President.
E.
R. Bums, Cashier.

L. H. Boykin.

E. R. Burns.
F. P. Pitts.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Cold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies —
........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................ $

LIABILITIES
2,038.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
460.00 Demand Certficates ........................
419.44 Time Certificates ............................
137.12 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
4,497.13 Due Banks in this State.................
4,279.90 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................

18,482.66
2,020.61
122.40

11,831.59

Total Deposits.................$

20,625.57

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
•Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

34,876.42
13,772.86
83.51
2,372.30
1,862.00
2,280.68
613.48

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ............................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid............
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00
2,000.00

Grand Total.................... $

67,692.84

Grand Total........... .........$

67,692.84

2,167.27
17,500.00
400.00

Pollard

The Bank of Pollard
OFFICERS

DIRECTORS
H. D. Finlay.
J. E. Finlay.
W. A. Finlay, Jr.
E. E. Jackson.
W. T. Mayo.

H. D. Finlay, President.
W . A. Finlay, Jr., Vice-President.
Fred Curtis, Cashier.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total

LIABILITIES
4,421.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
1,005.00 Demand Certificates .......................
2,389.68 Time Certificates ............................
25.34 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House.....
31,385.58 Due Banks in this State.....
2,047.41
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends.......

55,345.80
6,929.67
290.20

.$

41,273.91

Tottl Deposits................ $

62,565.67

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Eum iture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

3,550.00
31,171.97
8,172.65
180.70

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities ....................
Cash Over .................................

25,000.00

Grand Total.

87,853.15




.$

1,000.00
2,475.20
28.72

Grand Total.

.$

287.48

87,853.15

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

106

Prattville
The Autauga Banking & Trust Company
OFFICERS
C. E. Thomas, President.
M. A. Graham, Vice-President.
R. L. Faucett, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
Mrs. J. A. Pratt.
J. B. Bell.
Eugene Ballard.
W. L. Ellis.
H. S. Doster.

C. E. Thomas.
M. A. Graham.
R. L. Faucett.
Daniel Pratt.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ................
Gold ...............
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items' in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total............................ :...$

LIABILITIES
4,345.00 Individual DepbSits ...... ..................?
9,835.50 Demand Certificates ......................
........................
1,504.13 Time Certificates
2,673.01 Cashier’s Checks .......................... .
976.29 Certified Checks ..............................
1,311.00 Due to Clearing House..................
9,571.70 Due Banks in this State.................
10,204.93 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
40,421.56

174,974.02
12,917.68
23,700.00
62.34

6, 000.00
6,441.24

Total Deposits.................$ 224,095.28

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
4,055.81 Capital Stock paid in............ ......... $ 150,000.00
Loans and Discounts......................
285,589.38 Surplus Fund ......
5,000.00
Demand Loans ......... ...:...................
27,034.34 Undivided Profits, less Current
Overdrafts .................................- ....
843.23
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
1,541.63
Banking House .... ...........................
Notes and Bills Payable-...............
Furniture and Fixtures..................
1,800.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Other Real' Estate.............................
20,397.28 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Other Resources .............
499.28 Reserve fo r Interest........................
Cash Short ........................................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over .....................
3.97
Grand Total.................... $ 380,640.88

Grand Total.................... $ 380,640.88

Ragland
The Bank of Ragland
OFFICERS
W. T. Brown, President.
G. S. McElwee, Vice-President.
Thomas Peacock, Cashier.

J. T. Brown.
W. T. Brown.

DIRECTORS
N. O. Hamilton.
N. A. Lowrimore.
G. S. McElwee.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............... ........................... $
Gold ........
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items’ in Transit.................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

6,360.00
315.00
397.14
65.15
10,861.67

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ..................... ...?
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

26,122.96
8,171.25
518.06

Total........................ * .....?

17,998.96

Total Deposits.................$

34,812.27

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts....................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts .:......................................
Banking House ;......
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate.............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short
....... ....... ...............

3,700.00
26,653.10

Capital Stock paid in........- ............$
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities
...................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00
1,874.68

Grand T otal...................... $

54,365.86

Grand T otal...................... $

54,365.86




1.34
3,702.51
1,250.00
1,059.95

669.91

2,009.00

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

107

Red Bay
The Bank of Red Bay
OFFICERS
G.
A. Hazard, President.
A. C. Waldrop, Vice-President.
Charles Cashion, Cashier.

G. A. Hazard.
A. C. Waldrop.

DIRECTORS
C. P. Lunsford.
E. B. Fite.
L. F. Gober.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies............
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.........
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $

LIABILITIES
4,390.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
20.00 Demand Certificates ......................
199.91 Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
1,353.04 Due to Clearing House.......
6,734.90 Due Banks in this State.....
11,414.04 Due Banks in other States..
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................
24,111.89
15,963.67
26.47
2,000.00
1,912.93
6,528.40
9.15
50,552.51

30,949.58
1,155.35
1,336.91

Total Deposits................$

33,441.84

Capital Stock paid in..................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00

Grand Total.................... $

50,552.51

2,110.67

Red Level
The First Bank of Red Level
OFFICERS
A. Costen, President.
W. Costen, Vice-President.
A. B. Powell, Cashier.

c.
c.

C. A. Costen.

DIRECTORS
C. W. Costen.
A. B. Powell.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................ ...$
Gold .............. ................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies.......
Checks and Cash Items...............
Exchanges fo r Clearing House..
Cash Items in Transit..... ............
Due from Banks in this State....
Due from Banks in other States
Total.... ................ .

..-I

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..3
Loans and Discounts...............
Demand Loans ....................... _...
Banking House ............................
Furniture and Fixtures...............

1,840.00
220.00
849.33
109.22
35.10
11,588.22
2,069.25
16,711.12
52,002.00
14,377.61
228.12
3,150.00
2,000.00
8,313.84

Other Resources ...........................
Cash Short ...................... .
Grand Total.............




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .................... ....$
Time Certificates ........................
Cashier’s Checks ........................
Certified Checks ..........................
Due to Clearing House....... .......
Due Banks in this State.............
Due Banks in other States.........
Due Unpaid Dividends.................

5,580.00
1,703.08

Total Deposits.................$

49,648.44

Capital Stock paid in.................. ....$
Surplus Fund .............................
Undivided Profits, less Current.

38,500.00
3,400.00

Notes and Bills Payable............
Notes and Bills Rediscounted....
Reserve fo r Interest....................
Other Liabilities ........................
Cash Over ....................................

96,782.69

42,365.36

Grand Total................ ....$

5,000.00

109,22
125.03
96,782.69

108

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Red Level

The Peoples Bank of Red Level
OFFICERS
J. M. Foshee, , President.
J. L. Foshee, Vice-President.
R. H. Foshee, Cashier.

J. M. Foshee.

DIRECTORS
J. L. Foshee.
R. H. Foshee.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

LIABILITIES
4,806.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
760.00 Demand Certificates ......................
1,001.18 Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
42,920.60 Due Banks in this State.................
28,495.76 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................
77,983.44

78,868.04
252.68

Total Deposits.................?

79,120.72

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
18,150.68 Surplus Fund ................................ .
502.50 Undivided Profits, less Current
4.75
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
3,000.00 Notes and Bills Payable..... ,__
1,500.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
5,804.98 Reserve for Taxes............................
111.59 Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ...................... .................

25,000.00

Grand Total.............. ..... $ 107,057.94

2,937.22

.20

Grand Total.................... $ 107,057.94

Reform

The State Bank o f Reform
T.
E.
R.
J.

OFFICERS
J. Hancock, President.
M. Stringfellow, Vice-President.
M. Pooley, Cashier.
O. Stapp, Assistant Casliier.

DIRECTORS
J. H. Wylie.
J. T. McShan, Sr.
J. L. Cummins.
R. M. Pooley.
G. B. Wimberley.
T. J.Hancock.
J. E. Hendley.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other . States....
Total........................... -....?

LIABILITIES
7,407.00 Individual Deposits ........................ ? 107,490.28
292.50 Demand Certificates ......................
20,780.35
1,908.63 Time Certificates ............................
958.97
181.10 Cashier’s Checks ...........................
1.20
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..........
23,782.01 Due Banks in this State.........
5,796.50 Due Banks in other States.....
Due Unpaid Dividends............
39,367.74

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
970.00
Loans and Discounts....................... 104,939.60
Demand Loans ................................
6,913.56
Overdrafts ........................................
50.53
Banking House ..............................
1,960.54
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,088.42
Other Real Estate............................
3,677.17
Other Resources ..............................
156.19
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




.?

160,123.75

Total Deposits.................? 129,230.80
Capital Stock paid in...................... ?
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid.........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest.........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00
13,000.00

.?

160,123.75

Grand Total.

2,889.98

2.97

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

109

Repton

The Merchants & Farmers Bank
OFFICERS
W. M. Newton, President.
H. L. Dees, Vice-President.
L. C. Gaston, Cashier. J. R. Simmons, Assistant Cashier.

W. M. Newton.
C. P. Deming.

DIRECTORS
H. L. Dees.
W. M. Salter.
L. C. Gaston.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........ - ................................. $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................ ...............$
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

LIABILITIES
6,847.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
350.00 Demand Certificates ......................
950.22 Time Certificates ............................
3,262.84 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
47,543.78 Due Banks in this State.—
7,983.01 Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
66,936.85
42,519.90
259.29
2,007.00
1,120.00
1,788.10

Grand Total.................... $ 114,631.14

78,560.97
6,249.29
546.17

Total Deposits................ $

85,356.43

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00
10,000.00
4,274.71

Grand Total.................... $ 114,631.14

Repton

The Repton State Bank
OFFICERS
C. S. Kelly, President and Cashier.
E. L. Kelly, Vice-President.
N. Allen, Assistant Cashier.

Riley Kelly.
J. C. Long.
W. G. Hairston.

DIRECTORS
• A. M. Ferguson.
A. D. Kelly.
E. L. Kelly.
C. S. Kelly.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies............
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit......................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States—
Total................................$
P">ds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
I " -v? and Discounts......................
F ----’->1 Loans ................................
•
Ov •'! 'f t s ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




.$

LIABILITIES
3,731.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
675.00 Demand Certificates ......................
883.09 Time Certificates ............................
2,082.94 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
2,000.00 Due to Clearing House......
30,239.68 Due Banks in this State....
6,239.53 Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
45,851.24

63,588.99
3,380.0(1
72.69

Total Deposits.................$

67,041.68

3,550.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
31,054.19 Surplus Fund ..................................
6,497.07 Undivided Profits, less Current
1,688.76
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
1,980.00 Notes and Bills Payable................
1,800.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
4,373.60 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
27.75 Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

24,000.00
3.814.8S

96,822.61

96,822.61

Grand Total.

.$

1,966.05-

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917,

110

Roanoke

The Merchants & Farmers Bank
OFFICERS
J. W. Grady, President.
M. Schuessler, Vice-President.
J. W. Grady, Cashier.
W . J. Mann, Assistant Cashier.

M. Schuessler.
J. W. Grady.
J. R. Cumbee.

DIRECTORS
B. E. Satterwhite.
R. W. Griffin.
W. W. Stevenson.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold .................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies______
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House___
Cash Items in Transit........ ............
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States

LIABILITIES
12,593.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $ 200,331.34
1,842.00 Demand Certificates .......................
22,621.52
5,126.17 Time Certificates ....... .....................
457.40
413.46 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..... ................ ........
Due to Clearing House__________
53,724.72 Due Banks in this State._________
88,637.22 Due Banks in other States----------Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Total........................ ....... $ 162,336.57

Total Deposits.................$ 223,410.26

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
100.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
146,241.22 Surplus Fund .................................
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
25,290.99 Undivided Profits, less Current
Overdrafts ........................................
816.31
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Banking House ................................
4,300.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
3,100.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted____
Other Real Estate........................ ...
Reserve fo r Taxes...........................
Other Resources .............................
Reserve fo r Interest..............
Cash Short ........................................
90.39 Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total....... ....... — $ 342,275.48

75,000.00
25,000.00
9,365.22
2,000.00
7,500.00

Grand Total.................... $ 342,275.48

Roanoke

The Roanoke Banking Company
OFFICERS
J. C. Wright, President.
E.
M. Moore, Cashier.

J. C. Wright.

DIRECTORS
W . W. Campbell.
W . H. Knight.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................8
Cold
..... ........... .
...................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total......................... i..... $

21,192.00
6,764.82
4,211.17
279.47
15,215.02
41,565.53

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 428,745.30
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House............-......
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.... ........
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

51,071.37
3,587.49
134,604.10

89,228.01

Total Deposits.................$ 618,008.26

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
1,000.00
Loans and Discounts......................
515,279.71
Demand Loans ................................ 296,481.33

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 200,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
150,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current

Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ..................... •................
..

9,935.70
6,789.30
88,968.06
976.00
42.49

Notes and Bills Payable.................
40,000.00
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest................................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ......................... ..............

Grand Total.................... $1,009,662.72

Grand Total.....................$1,009,662.72




Ill

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Robertsdale

The Robertsdale State Bank
OFFICERS
Oscar Johnson, President.
William McIntosh, Vice-President.
W. A. Stoddard, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
Oscar Johnson.
W. I. Cleverdon.
J. W. Randall.
William McIntosh.
G. W. Lacey.
W. A. Hammond.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
R ESOU R CE S
Currency ................................................$
Gold
....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies............
Checks and Cash Item s....................
E xchanges fo r Clearing H ouse.....
Cash Items in T ransit......................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

3,708.00
35.00
894.90
488.10
7,111.79
1,779.75

L IA B IL IT IE S
Individual Deposits .......................... $
Tim e Certificates ...............................
Cashier’s Checks ...............................
Certified Checks .................................
Due to Clearing House....................
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States..............
Due Unpaid Dividends......................

50,888.07
37,597.52
929.87
121,78

‘ T otal...................................$

14,017.54

Total Deposits.................. $

89,537.24

Bonds and Stocks ow ned by Bank..$
Loans and D iscounts........................
Demand Loans ...................................

19,700.00
69,245.48

Capital Stock paid in ........................ $
Surplus Fund .....................................
U ndivided P rofits, less Current

10,000.00
8,000.00

B anking House ...................................
F urniture and Fixtures....................
Other Real E state...............................
Other Resources .................................

2,663.03
1,550.00
1,210.00
397.16

Notes and Bills Payable..................
N otes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r T axes...............................
Reserve fo r Interest..........................
Cash

Grand T otal...................... $ 108,920.49

Over

...........................................
Grand T otal...................... $ 108,920.49

Rockford

The Bank of Rockford
OFFICERS
W. B. McCain, President.
George B. McDonald, Vice-President.
E.
L. Boyett, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
G. W. Harden.
W. B. McCain.
J. W. Brown.
S. M. Adams.
George B. McDonald.
W. M. Goggans.
R.
M. Murchison.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States ...

10,199.59
25,159.24

Total................................$

40,675.67

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Fi niture and Fixtures..................
O ' ~ Real Estate...... ......................
O v - Resources ......................
Cash Short .......................................
Grand Total.




.$

4,306.00
420.00
326.30
264.54

31,604.59
2,632.17
1,797.90

76,710.33

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks .......................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.............
Due Banks in other States.........
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

44,425.01
3,910.00
948 67

Total Deposits.................$

49,283.68

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted
Reserve fo r Taxes...... ............
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities ..........................
Cash Over ............................

25,000.00

Grand Total.

.$

2,426.65

76,710.33

112

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Rockford

The Coosa County Bank
OFFICERS
T. J. Tippett, President.
Jno. W. Batson, Vice-President.
Knox McEwen, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
T. J. TippettJ. A. Embry.
J. R. King.
Jno. W. Batson. J. G. Stephens. W. S. Darden.
L. B..Pond.
S. J. Hardy.
A. G. Wood.
J. L. Shaw.
R. I. Perkins. Lofton Thomas.
Jno. A. M. Nolen.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in otherStates__
Total.

.$

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $

6,241.00
30.00
197.29
79.00
10,816.37
829.60
18,193.16

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................

27,666.49
157.55

24.00

Total Deposits.................$

27,848.04
20,000.00

.25
2,419.96
1,626.52

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest..................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

49,495.76

Grand Total.................... $

49,495.76

27,255.87

1,647.72

Rogersville

The Bank of Rogersville
OFFICERS
W. T. Weaver, President.
J. A. Lentz, Vice-President.
Ira W. Bedingfield, Cashier.
J. M. Pate, Assistant Cashier.

W. T. Weaver.
J. A. Lentz.
Ira Bedingfield.
J. M. Bedingfield.
J. R. Patterson.

DIRECTORS
J. C. Belue.
Peter Cox.
J. D. Romine.
J. H. Hamilton.
Joe Goode.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$ 10,660.00
Gold ....................................................
265.00
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
1,079.22
Checks and Cash Items...................
548.50
Exchanges fo r Clearing House..__
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
32,616.29
Due from Banks in other States— 100,627.71

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 154,672.33
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
1,723.45
Certified Checks ..............................
25.23
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Total................................$ 145,796.72

Total Deposits.................$ 156,421.01

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loang and Discounts........ ~............
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




400.00
42,800.82
4,450.39
143.69
1,000.00
2,072.50
3.70

.$ 196,667.82

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediseounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................
Grand Total.

20,000.00
20,246.81

.$ 196,667.82

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

113

Roy

The Peoples Bank
OFFICERS
W . M. Newton, President.
J . F. Busey, Vice-President.
D . M. Maxwell, Cashier.

C. P. Deming.
W. M. Newton.
J. F. Busey.

DIRECTORS
W. H. Pearce.
W. R. Blackwell.
W. A. Giddens.
D. M. Maxwell.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
■Currency ............................................$
■Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...............—
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States__

11,996.00
137.60
1,951.07

29,130.56
90,309.96

Total................................$ 133,525.09
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
■Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
■Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

33,743.65
2,500.00
4.23
2,681.01
1,831.75
3,775.83
200.00

Grand Total.................... ? 178,261.56

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 148,738.73
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
4,966.94
1,398.52
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State.....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total Deposits.................$ 155,104.19
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ................~................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve for Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

15,000.00
1,500.00
6,657.37

Grand Total.................... ? 178,261.56

Russellville

The Citizens Bank & Savings Company
OFFICERS
C. E. Wilson, President.
W. C. Hurst, Vice-President.
Foster Gavin, Cashier.
T. H. Robinson, Assistant Cashier.

C. E. Wilson.
W. C. Hurst.
J. A. McIntosh.
J. H. Walston.

DIRECTORS
J. D. Gray.
I. M. Richeson.
J. E. Wilson.
C. R. Burgess.
W. H. Key.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................i
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total.

9,535.00
3,002.50
1,207.44
875.34
124,923.71
18,897.86
158,441.85

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 196,315.61
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
84,759.00
Cashier’s Checks ............................
701.22
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State.....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total Deposits.................? 281,775.83

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
6,808.03 Capital Stock paid in...................... ?
'Loans and Discounts......................
125,760.51 Surplus Fund .................................
Demand Loans ................................
5,091.95 Undivided Profits, less Current
Overdrafts ........................................
709.62
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Banking House ................................
6,250.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
1,988.75 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Other Real Estate............................
2,772.99 Reserve fo r Taxes...........................
■Other Resources ..............................
10,263.08 Reserve for Interest.......................
Cash Short ........................................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.




.? 318,086.78

Grand Total.

25,000.00
8,000.00
2,310.95
500.00
500.00

.? 318,086.78

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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Samson
The Peoples Bank
M.
T.
L.
H.

L.
L.
H.
H.

OFFICERS
D. Cruse, President.
Farmer, Vice-President.
Davis, Cashier.
Davis, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
M. L. D. Cruse.
L. H. Davis.
T. L. Farmer.
M. B. Davis.
E H. Murdock.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

3,946.31
14,521.64

Total................................ $

19,968.61

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate.....................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $

841.00
501.88
157.78

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

25,252.51
10,582.66
1,138.08

Total Deposits.................$

36,973.25

182-27 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
38,810.24 Surplus Fund ..................................
474.47 Undivided Profits, less Current
62.64
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
7,750.00 Notes and Bills Payable..........
2,250.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
2,651.70 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

30,000.00
3,000.09

72,149.93

72,149.98

Grand Total.................... $

2,175.85

.88'

Scottsboro

The J. C. Jacobs Banking Company
OFFICERS
J. C. Jacobs, President.
H.
G. Jacobs, Cashier.
R.
A. Jacobs, Assistant Cashier.

.

DIRECTORS
(Not incorporated.)

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in otherStates....
Total................................ $
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ...............
Overdrafts ................................... —
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




LIABILITIES
4,165.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $ 235,265.69
1,430.00 Demand Certificates ......................
191.86 Time Certificates ............................
373.21.
1,573.78 Cashier’s -Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
60,205.01 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................
67,565.65
193,929.20
698.85
199.92
5,000.00
2,734.07
514.00
.91

$ 270,642.60

Total Deposits.................$ 235,638.80Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................
Grand Total.

.$

30,000.005,003.80

270, 642 . 60 -

115

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Selma

The Peoples Bank & Trust Company
OFFICERS
C. M. Howard, President.
S. A. Fowlkes, Vice-President.
H. F. Cooper, Cashier.

C. M. Howard.
S. A. Fowlkes.
J. E. Wilkinson.

DIRECTORS
W. A. Menefee.
H. F. Cooper.
Chas. A. Patterson.
R. K. Coe.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State........
Due from Banks in other States....

12,344.00
3,100.00
3,200.47
1,363.67
9,535.01
84,688.32

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 355,429.29
Demand Certificates ......................
8,433.63
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
300.77
80.55
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
3,780.46
Due Banks in this State.................
6,345.26
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Total................................ $ 114,231.47

Total Deposits.................$ 374,369.96

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 12,490.00
Loans and Discounts......................
286,079.84
Demand Loans ................................
17,646.61
176.19
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
37,500.00
Furniture and Fixtures..................
4,500.00
9,568.21
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

Capital Stock paid in...................... 3 100,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
7,801.14
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes........................ ....
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................
21.22

Grand Total.................... $ 482,192.32

Grand Total.....................$ 482,192.32

Selma

The Selma Trust & Savings Bank
OFFICERS
E. C. Melvin, President.
R. P. Anderson, Vice-President.
P. O. Thomas, Cashier.

E. C. Melvin.
R. P. Anderson.

DIRECTORS
A. H. Mabry.
Hugh Mallory.
J. W. Furniss.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

6,924.00
1,152.50
308.57
1,107.75
82,949.47
19,020.37

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 958,758.30
Demand Certificates ......................
37,421.74
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks .............. .*.._____
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House................. .
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Total................................$ 111,462.66

Total Deposits................ $ 996,180.04

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 415,827.50
Loans and Discounts......................
496,399.37
Demand Loans ................................
120,804.63
Overdrafts .............- ......
Banking House ..............
Furniture and Fixtures.
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
12.74

Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 100,000.00
Surplus Fund ..................................
25,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
13,426.86
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted____
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
1,500.00
Reserve fo r Interest........................
8,400.00
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over .......................................

Grand T otal...................... $1,144,506.90

Grand T otal...................... $1,144,506.90




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116

Sheffield
The Peoples Bank of Sheffield
OFFICERS
J. H. Lester, President.
J. B. Lagomarsino, Vice-President.
W. H. Richeson, Cashier.

J.
J.
A.
J.

H.
B.
J.
B.

DIRECTORS
Lester.
S. B. McTyer.
Lagomarsino.
J. W. Johnson.
Roulhac.
J. L. Frey.
Gambill.
G. S. Henderson.
Nathan.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total.

.$

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 134,181.15
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
102.46
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
1,646.32
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................

9,763.00
685.00
1,117.26
2,366.28
940.01
7,733.76
39,652.60
62,257.91

Total Deposits.................$ 135,929.93

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
8,470.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
98,067.98 Surplus Fund ..................................
Loans and Discounts......................
1,600.00 Undivided Profits, less Current
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Banking House ................................
17,000.00 Notes and Bills Payable..........
Furniture and Fixtures.......................
8,000.00Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Other Real Estate............................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Resources ....................... ......
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Short ........................................
Cash Over .................................
Grand. Total.................... $ 195,395.89

50,000.00
5,255.53
4,210.43

Grand Total................ 195,395.80

Springville

The Bank of Springville
OFFICERS
T. E. Moody, President.
Geo. L. Byers, Vice-President.
Chas. W. Allison, Vice-President.
M. W. Forman, Cashier.
S. E. Chandler, Assistant Cashier.

T. E. Moody.
Geo. L. Byers.

DIRECTORS
L. V. Coupland.
J. L. Forman.
Chas. W. Allison.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

44,395.05

Total.
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ........
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




LIABILITIES
1,887.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
395.50 Demand Certificates ......................
1,126.82 Time Certificates ............................
86.00 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ........................... ...
Due to Clearing House.......
40,883.05 Due Banks in this State......
16.68 Due Banks in other States..
Due Unpaid Dividends.........

1,100.00
78,050.02
29.29
1,900.00
1,900.00
785.35

.$ 128,159.71

39,973.93
66,741.08
959.29

Total Deposits.................$ 107,674.30Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .......................
Cash Over .................................
Grand Total.

10,000.00
7,000.00*
3,485.41

.$ 128,159.71.

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

11T

Standing Rock

The Bank of Standing Rock
OFFICERS
C. E. Hines, President.
J. H. Hines, Vice-President.
J. C. Wright, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
J. H. Hines.
J. C. Wright.

C. E. Hines.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... !
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

16,701.20
4,784.42

3,746.00
212.50
819.19

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ...........
Demand Certificates .........
Time Certificates ...............
Cashier’s Checks ...............
Certified Checks .................
Due to Clearing House..-.....
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

37.218.3S
8.073.71
1,765.11
3.463.71

Total...... ......................... $

26,263.31

Total Deposits.................$

50,520.91

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

2,500.00
36,405.12

15,000.008,000.00

4,967.65
2,000.00
738.14
2,500.00

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

Grand Total.................... $

75,374.22

Grand Total.................... $

75,374.22

1,853.31

Sulligent

The Bank of Sulligent
OFFICERS
W. W. Ogden, President.
J. R. Bankhead, Cashier.
F. M. Sizemore, Assistant Cashier.

W. W. Ogden.
W. G. Priddy.
J. C. Buckelew.

DIRECTORS
W. T. Stanford.
F. A. Collins.
F. M. Sizemore.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies.........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State......
Due from Banks in other States....

47,385.75
24,747.30

Total................................$

82,201.46

Total Deposits.................$ 118,699.27

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

13,550.00
51,060.10

20,000.00
10,000.00

Grand Total.




9,055.00
245.00
768.41

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 100,990.78
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
16,653.25
Cashier’s Checks ............................
1,045.24
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
10.00

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
.85
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
2,480.36 Notes and Bills Payable.................
1,561.77 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

.$ 150,854.54

Grand Total.

2,155.27

150,854.54

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

118

Sweet Water
The Sweet Water State Bank
OFFICERS
G.
J. Lewis, President.
D.
P.
Chapman, Vice-President.
A . E . Yow, Cashier.

G. J. Lewis.
D. P. Chapman.
Sam Boozer.

DIRECTORS
J. D. Jones.
E. W. Roherds.
W. A. Ware.
A. E. Yow.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency .................. ....... .................$

Gold

_________ __— ....................

Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing: House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
D ue from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total.... .... ..... ................. $
Ronds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ......—---- -------------•Overdrafts ....
Banking: House ................................
■Furniture and Fixtures...... ............
O ther Real Estate...............
O ther Resources ...................... - .....
■Cash Short
—...... ......... ......... ;
—
Grand Total...... ..............$

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
957.14 Time Certificates ............................
778.50 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks .... ..........................
186.27 Due to Clearing House............
19,257.38 Due Banks in this State..........
560.17 Due Banks in other States......
Due Unpaid Dividends..............
2,226.00

234.50

24,199.96

43,556.48
13,493.73
89.00

Total Deposits.................$

57,139.21

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
10.59
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
2,217.06 Notes and Bills Payable.................
2,263.43 Notes and Bills Rediscounted ....
840.74 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
1,000.00 Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over .......................................

16,000.00
2,000.00

47,124.65

77,656.43

Grand Total.................... $

2,517.22

77,656.43

Talladega
The Bank & Trust Company of Talladega
OFFICERS
Leon G. Jones, President.
T . S. Plowman, Vice-President.
W . C. Dowdell, Cashier.
A lonzo Abrams, Assistant Cashier.

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

M.
A.
B.
H.
M.

Hicks.
Bingham.
Woodward.
Wilder.
Hayes.

DIRECTORS
J. C. Bowie.
J. W. Cowen.
Geo. R. Burton.
J. K. Dixon.
T. S. Plowman.
Leon G. Jones.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ..............
•Silver, Nickels and Pennies_____
Checks andCash Items.....................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House_
_
Cash Items
in Transit...................
Due from Banks in this State.___
Due from Banks in other States
Total.

6,905.00
282.50
1,937.59
2,600.38
15,891.68
67,338.69
40,507.90

.$ 135,463.74

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ................... .....$ 250,619.88
Demand Certificates ......................
1,553.33
Time Certificates ............................
6,618,75
16.75
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
1,960.88
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in thisState...................
3,647.53
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total Deposits.................$ 264,417.12

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
200.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 100,000.00
10,000.00
Loans and Discounts......................
170,692.67 Surplus Fund ..................................
Demand Loans ...............- ...............
67,838.21 Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
5,193.68
Overdrafts ------768.39
Notes and Bills Payable...... _.... ...
Banking House ------- ---- -------------Furniture and Fixtures............... —
4,747.79 Notes and Bills Rediscounted..... .
Reserve fo r Taxes........................ ....
Other Real Estate...............
—
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Resources ..... —----- -----------Other Liabilities ......................... ...
Cash Short ................................... —
Cash Over ................. .......................
Grand Total.




.$ 379,610.80

Grand Total.

.$ 379,610.80

119‘

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS

Talladega Springs

The Planters Bank
OFFICERS

DIRECTORS

W. H. Mitchell, President.
M. B. Jennings, Cashier.

(Not incorporated.)
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917

RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items, in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

3,130.00
130.00
326.68

8,680.51
2,086.61

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this ' State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

52,103.42'
3.33:

Total................................$

14,353.80

Total Deposits................ $

52,106.75

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

9,600.00
37,758.05

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve for Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

12,000.00'

Grand Total.................... $

64,294.30

Grand Total.................... $

64,294.30

1,500.00
1,082.45

187.55

Tallassee
The Bank of Tallassee
OFFICERS
A. S. Noble, President.
J. H. Wilson, Vice-President
George N. Wilson, Cashier.

A. S. Noble.
W. C. Wilson.

DIRECTORS
J. M. Herren.
F. J. Bowen.
D. D. Bilbrey.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

17,116.82
4,758.60

8,413.00
27.50
537.47
8,632.34

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

64,803.09'
1,503.90
561.98-

Total................................$

39,485.73

Total Deposits.................$

66,868.97

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

2,000.00
27,788.48

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
445.97
Expenses and Taxespaid............
11,213.11 Notes and Bills Payable................
5,000.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
12,138.26 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.09
11,273-71

Grand T otal...................... $

98,071.55

98,071.55




Grand T o t a l...................... $

314.63’
4,522.59

91.74

120

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Thomaston
The Planters Bank & Trust Company
C.
K
W.
•C.

OFFICERS
B. Thomas, President.
G. Thomas, Vice-President.
B. Harrell, Vice-President.
C. Pritchett, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
J. T. Carlton.
J. A . Buck.
E.
M. Mosley.
C. C. Pritchett.

C. B. Thomas.
E. G. Thomas.
W. B. Harrell.
O. D. Carlton.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
•Currency ........................................... 3
Gold ....................................................
.Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.—
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
D ue from Banks in other States—

10,693.00
501.50
743.90
127.36
51,853.19
13,770.32
77,689.27

Total.
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank-3
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
B anking House ........................ .......
Furniture and Fixtures...................
O ther Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States_______
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Total Deposits.................$ 118,170.36

9,038.70 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
47,423.71 Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
59.18
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
1,352.73 Notes and Bills Payable.................
1,641.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

Grand Total.................... $ 137,204.59

94,921.84
23,137.38
111.14

15,000.00
1,500.00
2,444.16

90.07

Grand Total.................... $ 137,204.59

Thomasville
The Farmers Bank & Trust Company
OFFICERS
-J. T. Tucker, President.
E. C. Dozier, Vice-President.
■J. E. Pritchett, Cashier.

Alex Gunn.
R. G. Dunning.
J. A. Dunning.
J. A. McNider.
J. L. Bedsole.

DIRECTORS
J. G. Cunningham.
S. C. Dickinson.
J. H. Wood.
E. C. Dozier.
J. T. Tucker.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
'Currency ............................................$ 10,870.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $ 377,127.21
C old ...................................................
3,332.50 Demand Certificates ......................
Silver, Nickels andPennies.............
639.73 Time Certificates ............................
108,550.60
2,730.00
Checks and Cash Items...................
529.87 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Due to Clearing House...........
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in thisState......
104,102.42 Due Banks in this State.........
Due from Banks in other States—
81,668.71 Due Banks in other States......
Due Unpaid Dividends..............
Total................................ $ 201,143.23

Total Deposits.................$ 488,407.81

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank-3 39,194.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 100,000.00
L oans and Discounts....................... 372,275.18 Surplus Fund ..................................
Demand Loans ................................
15,063.64 Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
12,184.28
Overdrafts ........................................
51.22
B anking House ................................
2,250.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,250.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
45,218.13
Other Real Estate............................
9,965.00 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
O ther Resources ..............................
3,617.95 Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ........................ ....
•Cash Short ........................................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.




3 645,810.22

Grand Total.

.3 645,810.22

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STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Troy

W. B. Folmar & Sons, Bankers
OFFICERS
W. B. Folmar, President.
F.
P. Folmar, Cashier.
A. P. Folmar, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
(Not incorporated.)

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$

LIABILITIES
5,283.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $ 249,937.43
185.00 Demand Certificates ......................
1,560.99 Time Certificates ............................
1,910.57 Cashier’s Checks ............................
1,121.92'
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
31,627.51 Due Banks in this State.................
208.71
38,714.09 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits................ $ 251,268.03

79,281.16

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
190.00 Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Loans and Discounts......................
215,272.05 Surplus Fund ..................................
Demand Loans ................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Overdrafts ........................................
329.99
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Banking House ................................
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Other Real Estate............................
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Other Resources ..............................
2,438.71 Reserve for Interest........................
Cash Short ........................................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 297,511.91

46,199.43

44.37"

Grand Total.................... $ 297,511.91

Troy

The Troy Bank & Trust Company
OFFICERS
Chas. Henderson, President.
Key Murphree, Cashier.
H. C. Harris, Assistant Cashier.

Chas.
J. C.
J. E.
L. A.

Henderson.
Henderson.
Henderson.
Boyd.

DIRECTORS
W. C. Black.
H. T. Babcock.
Robt. Murphree.
J. M. Watkins.
Ike Rosenberg.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State....!..
Due from Banks in other States....

9,627.92
44,247.85
23,718.14

Total................................$

89,168.09

8,161.00
880.00
1,848.08
685.10

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 199,205.1(1
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

76.0(1
116.25
2,058.93
4,000.0(1

Total Deposits................ $ 205,456.33

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 16,350.00
Loans and Discounts......................
163,435.31
Demand Loans ................................
7,250.00

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current

Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

2,500.00
365.08

Grand Total.................... $ 279,357.41




50,000.00
15,000.00

Grand Total.................... $ 279,357.41

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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

'Tuscaloosa

The Merchants Bank & Trust Company
OFFICERS
C. B. Verner, President.
G. W . Christian, Vice-President.
W . F. Fitts, Jr., Active Vice-President.
‘Glenn Foster, Cashier.
Geo. D. Johnston, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS
T. B. Allen.
F. W. Monnish.
G. W. Christian.
J. C. Maxwell.
W. F. Fitts, Jr.
W. B. Oliver.
Sam Friedman.
T. W. Palmer.
Glenn Foster.
D. L. Rosenau.
J. M. Foster.
C. B. Verner.
Bernard Harwood.
W. S. Wyman, Jr.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
-Currency ............................................$ 37,514.00
Gold ....................................................
340.50
5,309.75
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
12,861.13
■Checks and Cash Items...................
-Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....... ........... .
41,399.78
Due from Banks in thisState........
29,078.93
IDue from . Banks in other States.... 212,286.21

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 875,373.38
Demand Certificates .......................
5,629.35
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
3,704.10
Certified Checks ..............................
820.76
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
43,469.21
Due Banks in other States,............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

Total................................ $ 338,790.30

Total Deposits.................$ 928,996.80

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
9,071.85 Capital Stock paid in...................... $ 250,000.00
767,520.82 Surplus Fund .................. ...............
Loans and Discounts......................
IDemand Loans ................................
76,789.12 Undivided Profits, less Current
Overdrafts ........................................
685.80
Expenses and Taxes paid........
53,675.92
22,500.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
Banking House ................................
'Furniture and Fixtures...................
7,500.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
-Other Real Estate......................-......
13,457.28 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
3,642.45
Other Resources ..............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
-Cash Short ........................................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.................... $1,236,315.17

Grand Total.................... $1,236,315.17

'Tuscumbia

The Colbert County Bank
OFFICERS
W. G. Halsey, President.
-J. E. Hurston, Vice-President.
I. N. Deloney, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
W. G. Halsey.
T. R. Jones.
T. H. Gambill.
J. E. Hurston.
H.
L. Halsey.
A . P. Taylor.
Geo. S. Henderson.
D. H. Walker.
John C. Walker.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels andPennies.............
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState......
Due from Banks in other States....

7,625.13
40,155.76

Total................................$

64,385.28

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
•Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate.......................... .
•Other Resources ..............................
•Cash Short ........................................

12,591.00
220.00
2,589.98
1,203.41

92,438.10
9,400.80
554.48
3,000.00

Grand T otal...................... $ 169,778.66




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 117,410.43
Demand Certificates .......................
21,621.89
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
236.74
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in 'this State.....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total Deposits.................$ 139,269.06
Capital Stock pttid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid....
Notes and Bills Payable...'..............
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes...........................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities
................,....
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00
5,455.60

54.00

Grand T o ta l...................... $ 169,778.66

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STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

Tuskegee

The Bank of Tuskegee
OFFICERS
John H. Drakeford, President.
A. H. Drakeford, Vice-President.
D. E. Laslie, Vice-President.
Geo. T. Hill, Cashier.
R. R. Kelley, Bookkeeper.

H. P. Merritt.
A. H. Drakeford.

DIRECTORS
John H. Drakeford.
W. E. Huddleston.
D. E. Laslie.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$

LIABILITIES
10,927.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $ 149,322.94
130.00 Demand Certificates ......................
19,021.202,121.44 Time Certificates ............................
501.00
1,213.91 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
13,513.57
4,006.26 Due Banks in this State.................
33,063.12 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................
51,461.73

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 10,200.00
Loans and Discounts......................
233,700.69
Demand Loans .............................
7,831.66
1,103.62
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
2,774.73
Other Real Estate............................
32,586.87
676.93
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 340,326.13

Total Deposits.................$ 182,358.71
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid............
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

50,000.00'
70,000.00'
2,600.92'
35,000.00
366.50-

Grand Total.................... $ 340,326.13

Tuskegee

The Farmers State Bank
OFFICERS
F.
L. Wadsworth, President.
F.
M. Johnston, Vice-President.
L. C. Johnston, Cashier.

F. L. Wadsworth.
F. M. Johnston.
L. C. Johnston.

DIRECTORS
L. W. Johnston.
Wm. Varner.
J. M. Johnson.

STATEMENT. NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ............................................... .
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items............... *.
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States

23,007.27
46,679.63

Total................................$

84,891.77

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

454.00
67,296.09
536.36
459.15

Grand Total.




11,315.00
1,400.00
1,271.46
1,218.41

3,175.00
1,900.41
430.74

.$ 159,143.52

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 111,596.14
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates .................,..........
5,800.00Cashier’s Checks ............................
299.89Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...............
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................$ 117,696.03'
Capital Stock paid in ...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes...................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over" .................................
Grand Total.

30,000.00
7,500.00'
3,947.49

.$ 159,143.52-

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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Tuskegee

The Macon County Bank
OFFICERS
W . W . Campbell, President.
-J. C. Wright, Vice-President.
L. W. Wilkerson, Cashier.

W. W. Campbell.

DIRECTORS
J. C. Wright.
Geo. C. Wright.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
LIABILITIES
Currency ............................................$ 15,531.00 Individual Deposits ...........
-Gold ....................................................
520.50 Demand Certificates ..........
1,815.70 Time Certificates ...............
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...............
548.89 Cashier’s Checks ...............
1,000.00 Certified Checks .................
.Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
34,839.90 Due to Clearing House......
Due from Banks in this State.......
128,865.03 Due Banks in this State.....
Due from Banks in other States....
20,482.45 Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........
Total................................$ 203,603.47
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..? 16,655.66
Loans and Discounts......................
231,946.84
Demand Loans ................................
5,571.48
•Overdrafts ........................................
1,139.65
Banking House ................................
Turniture and Fixtures...................
3,000.00
Other Real Estate............................
40,884.79
O ther Resources ..............................
485.54
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 503,287.38

318,173.95
25,760.46
1,326.78

Total Deposits.................$ 345,261.19
Capital Stock paid in..................... .?
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes........................ ....
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ........................... .
Cash Over ........................................

50,000.00
100,000.00
7,917.16

109.03

Grand Total.................... $ 503,287.38

Union Springs

The American Bank
F.
W.
A.
C.

OFFICERS
M. Moseley, President.
M. Crossley, Vice-President.
J. Moseley, Vice-President.
W. Stewart, Cashier.

F. M. Moseley.
C. W. Stewart.
A. J. Moseley.

DIRECTORS
J. W. Malone.
W . M. Crossley.
L. M. Moseley.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
C old ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
"Due from Banks in this State.......
D u e from Banks in other States....

10,897.18
5,564.72

Total................................ $

27,920.03

10,130.89
505.00
658.09
164.15

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........ ................$ 102,486.77
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
6.75
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State...... .........
Due Banks in other States.............
3,000.00
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................? 105,493.52

Capital Stock paid in...................... ?
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
129,840.23 Surplus Fund ..................................
Demand Loans ................................
13,613.09 Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
-Overdrafts ........................................•
7.99
Notes and Bills Payable...............
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
1,115.49 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
O ther Real Estate............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Resources ..............................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Short ........................................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.




.?

172,496.83

Grand Total.

.?

50,000.00
5,000.00
7,003.31
5,000.00

172,496.83

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STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Union Springs

The Merchants & Farmers Bank
DIRECTORS
J. H. Rainer, Jr.
S. J. Starke.
A. H. Feagin.
W. W. Rainer.
Dr. T. W. Palmer.
S. P. Rainer, Jr.

OFFICERS
W . W. Rainer, President.
J . H. Rainer, Jr., Vice-President.
U. H. Prickett, Cashier.
C. H. Norton, Assistant Cashier.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies.........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit................. ...
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

4,880.15
6,628.29

Total................................$

20,153.93

6,530.00
965.00
589.74
560.75

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
3,000.00
Loans and Discounts...............
124,867.71
Demand Loans ................................
76,704.77
Overdrafts ........................................
5,000.00
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
750.00
Other Real Estate............................
9,000.00
Other Resources ..............................
252.50
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $ 239,728.91

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 130,029.17
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................$ 130,029.17
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid.........
Notes and Bills Payable................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest.......'.................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

80,000.00
4,690.04
25,000.00

9.70

Grand Total.................... $ 239,728.91

Uniontown

The Ganebrake Loan & Trust Company
OFFICERS
Val. Taylor, President.
W. H. Tayloe, Vice-President.
-J. T. Monnier, Cashier.
T . C. Langhorne, Teller.

Val. Taylor.
W. H. Tayloe.

DIRECTORS
J. T. Monnier.
William Munford.
F.
T James.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
.Silver, Nickels andPennies..............
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House---Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState......
Due from Banks in other States....

LIABILITIES
5,374.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
290.00 Demand Certificates .................... .
3,234.75 Time Certificates ............................
611.99 Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
11,608.40 Due Banks in this State.................
18,250.59 Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends.......

62,939.24
4,218.97
300.18
39.00
741.80

.$

39,269.73

Total Deposits.................$

68,239.19

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
'Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Pum iture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
O ther Resources ..............................
Cash Short .......................................

10,020.00
68,256.88

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

50,000.00
9,000.00

Total.

Grand Total.




119.70
3,000.00
6,327.47
603.81

.$ 127,597.59

Grand Total.

358.40

.$ 127,597.59

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ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917,

Uniontown
The Planters & Merchants Bank
OFFICERS
Walter J. White, President.
S. T. Whitfield, Vice-President.
J. H. Bradford, Cashier.

Walter J. White.
S. T. Whitfield.

DIRECTORS
A. M. Spessard.
W. H. Tayloe.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ..............
Silver, Nickels and Pennies______
Checks and Cash Items---------------Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other. States....
Total................................ $

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 248,992.38
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
18,809.81
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
9,921.69
33,730.76 Due Banks in this State.................
16,019.39 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
9,773.00
1,520.00
2,947.93
519.73

64,510.81

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 28,510.00
Loans and Discounts....................... 261,575.75
Demand Loans ..........
116,310.60
Overdrafts ........................................
145.12
Banking House ................................
3,500.00
2,500.00
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
5,000.00
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short .......... ...........................
Grand Total.....................$ 482,052.28

Total Deposits.................$ 277,723.88
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxespaid............
Notes and Bills Payable................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

80,000.00
80,000.00
21,328.40
20,000.00
3,000.00

Grand Total.................... $ 482,052.28

Valley Head

The Bank of Valley Head
OFFICERS
W. B. Thompson, President.
G. M. Lowry, Vice-President.
R.
D. Lowry, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
W. B. Thompson.
R. D. Lowry.
G. M. Lowry.
J. M. White.
J. B. E. Lowry.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ...........'................. ...............$
Gold ....................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit.....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

5,237.00
670.00
629.86
596.54
14,116.21

Total............................. 21,249.61
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans , ...................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House .:................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate..... .......................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.




.$

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits
.................. $
Demand Certificates ...................
Time Certificates ....... ...... :...... ...... ‘
Cashier’s Checks .... ...................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State...... ..........
Due Banks in other States..............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................$

65,761.53
3,657.00
74.16
2,280.70
1,410.30
27.61

94,460.91

Capital StoCk paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes.... ........................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand T otal—

51,740.65
16,311,52
484.26

1,310:45
69,796.88
15,000.00
S.O O 1
O .OO
3,664.03

S.O O O
O .O '

__ $ 94,460.91

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STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

Vernon

The Bank of Vernon
OFFICERS
A. M. Grimsley, President.
R. L. Bradley, Vice-President.
S. G. Kennedy, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
A. M. Grimsley.
J. C. Milner.
R. L. Bradley.
John T. Hill.
W. B. Clearman.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................ $
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
•Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
■Other Resources ...................
•Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $

LIABILITIES
5,957.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
30.00
582.49 Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
2,407.26 Due Banks in this State................
13,983.20 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

52,634.66
3,081.11
454.35

Total Deposits.................$

56,170.12

Capital Stock paid in......................$
55,882.82 Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
45.99
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
1,427.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
5,086.17 Reserve for Taxes............................
5,080.79 Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00
7,500.00

90,482.72

90,482.72

22,959.95

Grand Total.................... $

1,812.60
10,000.00

Vincent

The Coosa Valley Bank
OFFICERS
W. N. Maddox, President.
J. G. Harris, Vice-President.
J). W. Waite, Cashier.

J.
S.
T.
J.

J. Burks.
E. Elliott.
W. Elliott.
G. Harris.

DIRECTORS
J. D. Maddox.
W. N. Maddox.
R. J. Moore.
S. T. Smith.
D. W. Waite.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
•Currency ........................................... $
■Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................ $
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans .......;........................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
"Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
■Other Resources ..............................
"Cash Short ........................................
Grand T otal...................... $




LIABILITIES
676.00 Individual Deposits ........................ $
412.50 Demand Certificates ......................
432.95 Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...
11,664.98 Due Banks in this State.
892.96 Due Banks in other Stab
Due Unpaid Dividends....
14,079.39

23,179.44
8,645.28
288.45

Total Deposits.................$

32,113.17

Capital Stock paid in.................. ....$
30,981.07 Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
9.93
1.850.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
2.150.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
304.00 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00
1,500.00

49,374.39

49,374.39

Grand Total.

.$

761.22

128

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Vinegar Bend
The Bank of Washington County
OFFICERS
N. E. Turner, President.
L. V. Rounsaville, Vice-President.
M. A. O’Dom, Cashier.

N. E. Turner.
A. R. Turner.
H. S. Turner.

DIRECTORS
Dr. W m. A. Thompson.
L. V. Rounsaville.
Joe M. Pelham, Jr.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in otherStates....
Total.

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks .............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
17,424.17 Due Banks in this State.................
661.49 Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends.....................
3,599.00
1,552.50
492.41
1,109.74

35,918.35;
1,769.5$
1,356.09*

96.0(1

Total Deposits.................$

39,139.97

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
63.53 Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

10,000.00
3,000.00

.$

24,839.31

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

24,569.94
578.62
303.01
#1,425.42
1,534.21
80.00

Grand Total.................... $

53,394.04

Grand Total.................... $

1,246.87

7.20
53,394.04^

Wadley
The Bank of Wadley
DIRECTORS
T. J. Bishop.
J. A. Perry.
Dr. A. J. Clardy.
H. L. Simpson.
John D. Denney.
R. W. Thompson.
J. M. Hodge.
Dr. J. M. Welch.
H. F. Hodge.
M. W. Wood.

OFFICERS
Dr. J. M. Welch, President.
H. F. Hodge, Vice-President.
J. M. Hodge, Cashier.
P. B. Smith, Assistant Cashier.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

40,006.24
15,156.46

Total................................$

66,150.79

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

8,442.00
1,590.00
855.09
101.00

82,198.31
12,985.781,263.68:

Total Deposits.................$

96,447.77

Captial Stock paid in...................... $
52,917.17 Surplus Fund ..................................
29,763.77 Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
142.42
3,000.00 Notes and Bills Payable.................
700.00 Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
300.00 Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

32,500.00
10,000.00

Grand T otal...................... $ 152,974.15




LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ...............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State.................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

14,019.48

6.90

Grand T otal...................... $ 152,974.15-

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

129

Warrior

The Bank of Warrior
OFFICERS
T. M. Davidson, President.

DIRECTORS
(Not incorporated.)
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917

RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... i
Gold .... ...............................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

48,726.00
1,221.91

Total................................$

61,001.77

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House .............'...................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................
Grand Total.................... $

9,288.00
412.50
345.20
1,008.16

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits .................
Demand Certificates ...............
Time Certificates ....................
Cashier’s Checks .....................
Certified Checks ......................
Due to Clearing House...........
Due Banks in this State..........
Due Banks in other States......
Due Unpaid Dividends..............

63,603.12
5,757.94
288.19

Total Depostis.................$

69,649.25
10,000.00

1,090.75

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve for Taxes.....................
Reserve fo r Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

80,156.80

Grand Total.................... $

80,156.80

18,059.65
4.63

507.55

Waterloo

The Farmers & Merchants Bank
OFFICERS
Buck Sharp, President.
J. L. Cooper, Vice-President and Cashier.
Pearl Haynes, Assistant Cashier.

Buck Sharp.
J. L. Cooper.
J. H. McCorkle.

DIRECTORS
W. W. McFall.
J. Wes Spain.
A. V. Humphrey.
M. F. Brown.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

10,115.23
1,351.93

4,316.00
262.50
861.50
.76

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House...................
Due Banks in this State................
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................

33,725.98
20.00

5.00

.$

16,907.92

Total Deposits................ $

33,750.98

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..?
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

1,100.00
23,902.02

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable..........
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.
Reserve fo r Taxes.....................
Reserve for Interest.................
Other Liabilities .....................
Cash Over .................................

10,000.00
1,000.00

.$

45,230.01

.$

45,230.01

Total.

Grand Total.




22.20
1,183.50
1,820.36
294.01

Grand Total.

479.03

i30

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Wedowee

The Bank of Wedowee
OFFICERS
J. C. Swann, President.
W. H. McKleroy, Vice-President.
Douglas Smith, Cashier.
Eva Saxon, Assistant Cashier.

J. C. Swann.
Jno. T. Kay lor.

DIRECTORS
W. H. McKleroy.
Stell Blake.
T. M. Swann.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates .......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

39,087.01
11,076.90

Total............................$....

57,058.79

Total Deposits.................$

74,338.24

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ............*..........................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..........
Cash Short ........................................

1,000.00
42,022.17

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notts and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities .................... .......
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00
3,500.00

4,008.00
1,288.50
815.38
783.00

8.51
1,538.16
1,285.00
476.94
348.56

Grand Total.................... $ 103,738.13

69,445.00
4,300.00
593.24

895.81

4.08

Grand Total.................... $ 103,738.13

W est Blocton

The West Blocton Savings Bank
OFFICERS
E.
D. Reynolds, President.
S. J. Morgan, Vice-President.
W. R. Young, Cashier.
K. D. Young, Assistant Cashier.

R. C. Lag rone.
S. J. Morgan.

DIRECTORS
Geo. W. Randall.
W. R. Young.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2. 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ............................................$
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$

15,217.00
3,072.50
1,063.20

9,875.47
4,663.77
33,891.94

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 33,433.90
Loans and Discounts......................
152,499.89
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
19.53
Banking House ................................
2,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures...................
4,142.25
Other Real Estate............................
7,332.77
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ......................................
Grand Total.




.$ 233,320.28

LIABILITIES .
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 115,246.24
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
69,859.60
Cashier’s Checks ............................
921.60
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State.....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends.......
Total Deposits.................$ 186,027.44
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................
Grand Total.

25,000.00
17,500.00
4,792.84

.$ 233,320.28

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS,

131

Wetumpka

The Bank of Wetumpka
OFFICERS
W. L. Lancaster, President.
J. M. Jenkins, Vice-President.
John A. Gaddis, Vice-President.
W. R. Lancaster, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
W. L. Lancaster.
W. H. Macon.
J. R. Gamble.
L. C. Cantelou.
L. M. Taylor.
B. L. Gaddis.
John A. Gaddis.
F. W. Lull.
Jno. M. Howie.
W. R. Lancaster.
J. C. Weldon.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges for ClearingHouse.......
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....

20,945.91
10,083.93

Total................................$

48,418.02

9,421.00
5,067.50
493.83
716.98
1,688.87

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$ 28,852.77
Loans and Discounts......................
244,730.16
Demand Loans ................................
7,863.43
Overdrafts ........................................
98.47
Banking House ................................
20,000.00
3,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
4,380.14
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short .......................................
Grand Total.................... $ 357,342.99

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 172,724.70
Demand Certificates ......................
19,591.96
20,520.42
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
231.93
Certified Checks ..............................
1,640.38
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State.................
15,203.49
Due Banks in other States.............
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
Total Deposits.................$ 229,912.88
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund .....................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid.........
Notes and Bills Payable....................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve for Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

50,000.00
10,000.00
7,430.11
60,000.00

Grand Total.................... $ 357,342.99

Wilsonville

The Wilsonville State Bank
OFFICERS
G. W. Riddle, President.
H. E. Smith, Vice-President.
E. H. Payne, Cashier.

G. W. Riddle.
H. E. Smith.
E. H. Payne.

DIRECTORS
Irvin Wingard.
J. N. Niven.
E. W. Holland.
R. G. Weldon.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges for Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total................................$
Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures..................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short .......................................
Grand Total




.$

2,865.00
415.00
995.63
5.00
7,801.55
694.21

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

13,022.81
2,457.82
330.91

12,776.39

Total Deposits................ $

15,811.54

550.00
9,523.58

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve for Interest........................
Other Liabilities
Cash Over ........................................

10,000.00
900.00

2,589.46
1,470.52

26,909.95

Grand Total

.$

197.31

1.10
26,909.95

132

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1917.

Winfield

The Winfield State Bank
OFFICERS
R. W. Harris, President.
J. F. Earnest, Vice-President.
J. G. Stalcup, Cashier.
W. L. Roberts, Assistant Cashier.

R. W. Harris.
M. C. Hollis.

DIRECTORS
J. F. Earnest.
J. G. Stalcup.
S. J. High.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ...................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total.

4,136.00
1,087.00
1,315.60
252.28
15,330.53
30,975.52

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks ............................
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State.....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

70,146.82
18,498.34
1,467.67

.$

53,096.93

Total Deposits................ $

90,112.83

Bonds and Stocks owned hy Bank..$
Loans and Discounts.......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

500.00
48,498.40

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted.......
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

15,000.00

10.92
4,350.00
2,000.00
1,500.00
2,904.02

Grand Total.................... $ 112,860.27

7,644.50

87.71
15.23

Grand Total.................... $ 112,860.27

Woodlawn
The Woodlawn Savings Bank
OFFICERS
C. E. Burris, President.
A. W. Bell, Vice-President.
D. V. Edmondson, Cashier.
W. S. Kirksey, Assistant Cashier.

. DIRECTORS
C. E. Burris.
S. H. Wallace.
A. W. Bell.
John H. Burris.
D. V. Edmonson.
A. E. Carter.
T. J. Brown.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold ....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies...........
Checks and Cash Items...................
Exchanges for Clearing House.__
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in this State.......
Due from Banks in other States....
Total..................................$

7,196.00
232.50
632.53
227.25
48,316.47
2,101.15
58,705.90

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ........................................

7,100.00
95,241.95

Grand T otal....................?

163,245.17




166.18
2,000.00
31.14

LIABILITIES
Individual Deposits ........................ $ 120,031.65
Demand Certificates ......................
Time Certificates ............................
Cashier’s Checks .......
334.65
Certified Checks ..............................
Due to Clearing House..................
Due Banks in this State................
10,000.00
Due Banks in other States.............•
Due Unpaid Dividends....................
20.00
Total Deposits................ $ 130,386.30
Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid..........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted____
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

25,000.00
5,000.00
2,479.71
379.16

Grand T otal...................... $ 163,245.17

133

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

York
The Bank of York
OFFICERS
G. C. Gowdey, President.
J. H. Coleman, Vice-President.
J. C. Weldon, Cashier.

J. H. Coleman.
G. C. Gowdey.

DIRECTORS
E. F. Allison.
H. L. Hoot.
J. C. Weldon.

STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 2, 1917
LIABILITIES

RESOURCES
Currency ........................................... $
Gold .....................................................
Silver, Nickels and Pennies..........
Checks and Cash Items..................
Exchanges fo r Clearing House.....
Cash Items in Transit....................
Due from Banks in thisState........
Due from Banks in other States....

2,161.00
830.00
3,109.64
116.25

Demand Certificates ..................
Time Certificates ........................

13,317.09
20,302.17

Certified Checks ..........................
Due to Clearing House......
Due Banks in this State.....
Due Banks in other States.
Due Unpaid Dividends........

Total................................$

39,836.15

Total Deposits.................$

76,529.68

Bonds and Stocks owned by Bank..$
Loans and Discounts......................
Demand Loans ................................
Overdrafts ........................................
Banking House ................................
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Other Real Estate............................
Other Resources ..............................
Cash Short ......................................

500.00
46,495.12
11,300.00
166.77
2,125.00
1,000.00

Capital Stock paid in...................... $
Surplus Fund ..................................
Undivided Profits, less Current
Expenses and Taxes paid...........
Notes and Bills Payable.................
Notes and Bills Rediscounted____
Reserve fo r Taxes............................
Reserve fo r Interest........................
Other Liabilities ............................
Cash Over ........................................

20,000.00
2,000.00

Grand Total.




.$ 101,423.04

....$

75,947.61
582.07

Grand Total.

2,892.25

1.11

.$ 101,423.04


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