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FIRST ANNUAL REPORT
------OF THE------

BANK COMMISSIONER
------OF THE------

S tate of A r k a n sa s

For the Year Ending December 31st, 1914




JOHN M. DAVIS
COMMISSIONER




C E N T R A L
PRINTING
COMPANY

L IT T L E ROCK
ARKANSAS

JOHN M. DAVIS
State Bank Commissioner
J. D. COVEY
Assistant Commissioner
W. T. MAXWELL
Assistant in Charge of Investment Companies
BANK EXAMINERS
A. J. REAP
A. F. BAILEY
GUY PHILIPS
T. B. KITCHENS

Special on Drainage D istricts

CHIEF CLERK
C. E. PYLE
STENOGRAPHERS
W. P. COUCH
MISS NORMA HANCOCK







CONTENTS
Officers .......................................................................
YU
Letter of Transmittal................................................................................................... IX
New Banks Chartered................................................................................................... XIY
Banks Converted from State to National Banks..................................................... XV
Banks Voluntarily Liquidated................................................................................... XV
Banks Merged and Consolidated................................................................................ XV
Banks Liquidated Through Other Banks by the Consent and with the Approval
of the Bank Commissioner, and Depositors Paid in Full.......................... XVI
Banks Placed in the Hands of the Bank Commissioner for Liquidation, Which
Have Been Fully Liquidated. Depositors and Creditors Paid in Full,
Exclusive of Liability to Stockholders on Stock......................................... XVI
Amendments Increasing Capital Stock.................................................................... XVII
Amendments Decreasing Capital Stock...................................................................... XVII
Amendments Changing Number of Directors.........................................................XVIII
Amendments Changing Title, Location and Corporate Powers..............................XVIII
Report of Condition of Banks in Hands of the Commissioner for Liquidation XIX
Receipts and Disbursements.......................................................................................... XXX
Statement of Condition of All Banks, Trust Companies and Savings Banks
Under Supervision of the Bank Department at the Close of Business Oc­
tober "01, 1914.......................................................................................................
1
Abstract or Compiled Statement of All Banks, Trust Companies, Etc............... 140
Abstract of Reports of Condition of National Banks in Arkansas.................. 142J
Report of Condition of Building and Loan Associations at Close of Business
June 30 ..........................
143
Investment Companies ................................................................................................... 155
Receipts and Disbursements....................................................................................... 156







FIRST ANNUAL REPORT
------OF THE------

S tate B a n k C o m m is s io n e r of A r k a n s a s
To His Excellency, George W. Hays, Governor of Arkansas:
S ir — In compliance with the requirements of Sections 9 and 59 of Act
No. 113, entitled "A n Act for the Organization and Control of Banks, Trust
Companies and Savings Banks, ” approved March 3d, 1913, I submit herewith the
first annual report of the work and the business of the Bank Department of
Arkansas, for the period from January 1st, 1914, to and including December 31st,
1914, together with the period from September 1st, 1913, to December 31st, 1913,
which time was occupied in the organization of the department and administering
Act No. 214, "A n Act for the Regulation and Control of Investment Companies, ”
known as the ‘ ‘ Blue Sky Law. ’ ’ This report embraces a statement of all receipts
and expenditures, the name, officers, directors, domicile, capital, surplus, net
profits and deposits of each bank, trust company and savings bank in the State,
at the close of business October 31st, 1914, together with a statement of all
building and loan associations and investment companies under the supervision
of the department at close of business June 30th, 1914.
On September 1st, 1913, as the law provides, I took the oath as bank com­
missioner of Arkansas and began immediately the work necessary and incident
to the organization and inauguration of the Bank Department, answering the
many inquiries relative to the requirements of the new law affecting the operation
and control of the banks, the preparation of the numerous blank forms required
for the various reports to be made by the banks and the many other things needed
to equip the department for the proper administration of the law.
In the early part of November, 1913, accompanied by Mr. J. D. Covey and
Mr. C. E. Pyle, who were later made assistant commissioner and chief clerk,
respectively, the undersigned visited the Bank Departments of Missouri, Kansas
and Oklahoma, and obtained from them many helpful suggestions which they
were able to make by reason of their long experience in administering the law
in their respective States, which, in the main, has many things in common with
ours. The varied experience they had received and the many important and vital
juestions they had been able to correctly solve were generously imparted to us
and have been of incalculable benefit, in that we obtained free, and at first hand,
a store of knowledge and information which would have taken much time and
perhaps costly experience to acquire otherwise.
We are truly thankful and indeed grateful for many courtesies extended to
us by the Hons. J. T. Mitchell, bank commissioner of Missouri; Charles M. Saw­
yer, commissioner of Kansas, and J. D. Lankford, commissioner of Oklahoma, and
their assistants.



X

R eport of B a n k C ommissioner
BANKING DEPARTMENT.

On January 1st, 1914, the department was duly and legally organized and
the necessary assistants, examiners and employes were appointed to carry on the
work and business thereof.
The inauguration of the Bank Department and the proper administration
of the banking law is of very great importance to the people in general, and to
the commercial interest of our State, even greater than at first seems apparent to
many who have not given the matter serious consideration.
The duties devolving upon the commissioner and other department officials
have been very arduous, but performed, I assure you, in every instance with the
sole object and determination of rendering service calculated to assist in raising
the standard of banking in our commonwealth to that degree necessary to merit
the confidence of the people and to assure them that the confidence thus bestowed
will not be betrayed by mismanagement or other causes.
On account of the banks of the State not having had any law governing the
conduct of their affairs, or any supervision or limitations in the past, it was
deemed prudent and to the interest of the banks, as well as various commer­
cial interests of the State, to temper the administration of the law with modera­
tion, thus giving the many institutions affected by the law sufficient time to
adjust themselves to the requirements without material loss or injury to their
business and without jeopardizing the solvency or safety of the banks. The
department has engaged in a campaign of construction and at all times avoided
any inclination toward destruction, endeavored to build up rather than tear
down. In many instances weak and insolvent banks have been converted into
good, strong, solvent banks and made to perform the functions originally designed
in their respective communities. Every aid and assistance has been rendered to
the weaker banks in order to restore them to the degree of strength and efficiency
needed and demanded by their patrons, and in no instance has a bank been closed
until every means of saving it had been exhausted.
It is indeed pleasing to the department to note the spirit of co-operation
manifested upon the part of the bankers of the State, thus making it possible to
obtain the best results from the operation of the new law. It is gratifying indeed
to observe the results already attained, notwithstanding the unfavorable financial
condition prevailing in the State during the latter part of the year, which condi­
tion obtained generally over the Southern States on account of lack of demand
of our principal product, cotton. However, it is very difficult to carry forward
the entire plan inaugurated at the time the new law became effective, on account
of these conditions.
The work of the department during the year has been, in a measure, prelimi­
nary. Had a strict compliance with the law been required, without first giving
the banks time for adjustment, it would have resulted in great financial disturb­
ance and many banks would have been forced into liquidation that have other­
wise been restored to strong, solvent institutions, thus averting the far-reaching
ill effect resulting therefrom and the loss to creditors which in most instances
inevitably follows the closing of a bank. The very fact that a bank is closed
materially dissipates its assets and renders them difficult to collect.




S tate of A rkansas

XI

LIQUIDATION OF INSOLVENT BANKS

In the liquidation of insolvent banks due care has been exercised in selecting
capable and efficient men to put in charge of the affairs of the institutions which
are generally in a complex and complicated condition, and in every instance the
expenses incident to such proceedings have been reduced to a minimum. However,
experience has shown that in some instances the overanxiety and great eagnerness
of creditors to protect themselves have in some degree increased the expenses and
retarded the progress of the liquidation.
All banks placed in the hands of the commissioner for liquidation were of
a class and in such condition that they could not have been restored to solvency,
and, consequently, were forced to close their doors. It is true that in many cases
the true condition of this class of banks was revealed by an examination of the
institution, as required by law, by an examiner of the department and the condi­
tions made known to the Board of Directors, who were frank to acknowledge
that they had not been meeting, and, therefore, had not been directing the affairs
of the institution as required to do under the law. Thus it developed that the
entire management of the bank had been left to the cashier—a one-man manage­
ment—which, in many cases, results disastrously. Had it not been for the fact
that the department early in the year required weak banks to right themselves
in many ways, strengthen their reserves and refrain from overloaning, there
doubtless would have been more banks placed in the hands of the commissioner for
liquidation.
In every instance where it was possible to do so, it has been the policy of
the department to encourage the organization of new banks for the purpose of
taking over the assets and assuming the liabilities of banks placed in the hands
of the commissioner for liquidation where, in the judgment of the commissioner,
the business interests of the town or city justified the establishing of a new bank.
When two small banks in a town are struggling for existence and neither
making more than operating expenses, and in many cases not able to care
for the needs of their customers, it has been the policy of the department,
if possible, to bring about a merger or consolidation of them, thereby making
one good, strong bank, able to take care of the commercial needs of the com­
munity, and at the same time earn a fair return to the stockholders upon their
stock investment.
During the year just closed each bank under the supervision of the depart­
ment has been examined once and as many were examined twice as could be
reached by the limited corps of examiners after the first examination had been
completed; and each bank was required to make four reports to the department
upon call of the commissioner, two of which reports were required to be published.
During the coming year it is the purpose of the department to make at least two
examinations of each bank and require at least five call reports and all five of
the reports may be required to be published. Experience has shown that to obtain
the desired results it is necessary to make the examinations and call reports as
specified herein. Many State departments require still greater publicity than this.
Each member of the department has practiced very strict economy in the
performance of the duties entrusted to his care, and this same policy of economy
will be strictly adhered to at all times and upon all occasions in the future.
It is the purpose and desire of the department to so administer the law, that
the very fact that a bank opens its doors from day to day for the transaction of
business is a sufficient guarantee that the bank is safe, sound and solvent, and the
public in general need have no fear of loss if they place their money with it for
safe keeping.



XII

R eport of B a n k C ommissioner
ESTIMATED EXPENSES

Under Section 9 it is the duty of the commissioner to submit a detailed
estimate of the expenses of the Bank Department for the years 1915 and 1916,
as follows:
Commissioner’s salary ........................................................................$6,000.00
Assistant commissioner’s salary ..................................................... 4,800.00
Expense of commissioner on special work.................................... 1,200.00
Expense of assistant commissioner on special work...................... 1,200.00
Four examiners ....................................................................
14,700.00
Expense of the four examiners..........................................................12,000.00
One examiner on drainage districts................................................. 2,000.00
Expense of special examiner on drainage district........................ 1,000.00
Clerk, bookkeeper and stenographers.............................................. 6,600.00
Printing annual report to governor................................................... 2,000.00
Other printing ..................................................................................... 1,800.00
Telegraph, telephone and postage. ................................................... 2,000.00
Miscellaneous and for emergencies................................................... 4,700.00
The additional appropriation requested herein is caused by the addition of
one examiner and special examiner on drainage districts. Since the department
is self-sustaining and no part of the general revenue of the State is applied to
the payment of any of its expenses, there appears to be no reason why this amount
should not be appropriated.
BLUE SKY DEPARTMENT.

The General Assembly of 1913 passed an act familiarly known as the ‘ ‘ Blue
Sky Law.” The administration of this law was delegated to the supervision
of the State auditor, with the provision that if a banking department were estab­
lished such administration should automatically pass to the bank commissioner.
This department, therefore, has had the administration of this act since Septem­
ber 1st, 1913.
The aims and purposes of this act are to prevent, by means of penalties im­
posed, ‘ ‘ every individual, corporation, co-partnership or company, and every associ­
ation (other than national banks and corporations not organized for profit) now, or
which shall hereafter be organized in this State, whether incorporated or unin­
corporated, which shall sell or negotiate for the sale of any stock, contracts,
bonds or other securities of any kind or character other than bonds of the United
States, or of some municipality authorized to issue bonds of the State of Arkansas,
and notes secured by mortgages on real estate located in the State of Arkansas,”
from selling same to “ any person or persons in the State of Arkansas” other
than those specially exempted by the provisions of said act.
This department takes pride in the fact that by means of the restraint
authorized by this act, the erstwhile too frequent presence of the vendor of shares
of stock in some far-away imaginary get-rich-quick scheme, or in some thousandyard-shot-at-a-penny proposition, has been conspicuous for its absence. We do
not undertake to say that the law has been enforced against everyone; quite
impossible for this department to be informed of each and every appearance in
the State of those engaged in fraudulent practices; but it has been the constant
aim to apply the law in every case, and if such has not been done, lack of our
knowledge of same only has made it possible for the offender to escape.



S tate of A rkansas

XIII

The law has been administered with the intention of removing as far as
possible any doubtful investment from the people of our State. This department
has denied to many concerns the right to sell stocks, contracts, bonds, etc., in
Arkansas, because they could not make a showing that their securities would be
a legitimate and safe investment.
Some twenty-five States have a law of this nature upon their statute books,
and from our observation of the application of same in this State, we believe it a
wholesome regulation, some minor amendments thereto perhaps being in order.
DRAINAGE DISTRICTS.

Under Act 279, Section 30, Acts of 1909, it is made the duty of the depart­
ment to audit the accounts of all drainage districts organized under said act, and
file a report of the examination with the Circuit Court. The department was not
advised that this authority was delegated to it until late in the season, and imme­
diately upon receiving an opinion of the attorney general to the effect that this
duty devolved upon the department, an expert accountant was set to work to
make the examination as the law prescribed, and with few exceptions the work
has been completed.
Respectfully submitted,
JOHN M. DAVIS,
Bank Commissioner.
Little Rock, Ark., January 1st, 1915.




XIV

R eport of B a n k C ommissioner

N a m e —D ate .

NEW BANKS CHARTERED.

C apital .

S u rplu s .

McRae State Bank, McRae, White County.......................... $ 10,000.00
January 26th, 1914.
Miller County Bank & Trust Co., Texarkana, Miller County 50,000.00
March 3d, 1914.

$ 5,000.00

State Bank of Fouke, Fouke, Miller County...................... 10,000.000
April 6th, 1914.

1, 000.00

Lone Rock Bank, Ravenden Springs, Randolph County... . 10,000.00
April- 11th, 1914.

1 , 000.00

Bank of Lead Hill, Lead Hill, Boone County...................... 10,000.00
April 13th, 1914.

1, 000.00

State Bank of Calico Rock, Calico Rock, Izard County. .. . 25,000.00
May 1st, 1914.

2.500.00

Union Bank & Trust Co., Junction City, Union County. ... 50,000.00
May 14th, 1914.
The Exchange Bank, Stuttgart, Arkansas County.............. 60,000.00
May 26th, 1914.

5.000.

00

6.000.

00

Lasker-Morris Bank & Trust Co., Little Rock, Pulaski
County ............................................................................... 100,000.00
June 6th, 1914.

10, 000.00

Sebastian State Bank, Greenwood, Sebastian County.......... 20,000.00
August 31st, 1914.

2,000.00

Farmers & Merchants Bank, Stuttgart, Arkansas County.. 55,000.00
December 28th, 1914.

5.500.00

Arkansas Valley Bank, Fort Smith, Sebastian County. ... 100,000.00
December 31st, 1914.




S tate of A rkansas

BANKS CONVERTED FROM STATE TO NATIONAL BANKS.
January 1st, 1914, to December 31st, 1914.

Little River County Bank,
Ashdown, Little River County
Bank of Forrest City,
Forrest City, St. Francis County
Citizens Bank,
Hope, Hempstead County

to First National Bank,
Ashdown, Little River County
to First National Bank,
Forrest City, St. Francis County
to Citizens National Bank,
Hope, Hempstead County

BANKS VOLUNTARILY LIQUIDATED.

Bank of Commerce,
Paris, Logan County
Bank of Palestine,
Palestine, St. Francis County
Farmers & Merchants Bank
Knoxville, Johnson County

Bank of Commerce,
Chester, Crawford County
Bank of Commerce,
Fort Smith, Sebastian County
Bank of Monte Ne,
Monte Ne, Benton County

BANKS MERGED AND CONSOLIDATED.

Bluff City Bank,
Calico Rock, Izard county
Peoples Bank,
Calico Rock, Izard County
Citizens Bank,
Van Buren, Crawford County
Fulton County Bank,
Mammoth Spring, Fulton County




with

State Bank of Calico Rock,
Calico Rock, Izard County

with

Citizens Bank & Trust Co.,
Van Buren, Crawford County
Citizens Bank,
Mammoth Spring, Fulton County

with

XV

XVI

R eport of B a n k C ommissioner

BANKS LIQUIDATED THROUGH OTHER BANKS
By the Consent and With the Approval of the Bank Commissioner, and All Depositors
Paid in Full.

Sebastian County Bank,
Greenwood, Sebastian County
German-American Bank,
Stuttgart, Arkansas County
Bank of Thornton,
Thornton, Calhoun County
Elberta State Bank,
Center Point, Howard County

through

through
through
through

Farmers & Merchants Bank &
through
Trust Co.,
DeQueen, Sevier County
Arkansas Savings Bank &
through
Trust Co.,
Fordyce, Dallas County
through
Bank of Fisher,
Fisher, Poinsett County
through
Peoples Bank,
Fort Smith, Sebastian County
through
Pulaski Bank :& Trust Co.,
Little Rock, Pulaski County
through
Seventh Street State Bank,
Little Rock, Pulaski County
through
Citizens Bank,
O’Kean, Randolph County
through
Citizens Bank,
Prairie Grove, Washington County
through
Bank of Cash,
Cash, Craighead County
*New bank organized for the specific

*Sebastian State Bank,
Greenwood, Sebastian County
*The Exchange Bank,
Stuttgart, Arkansas County
Citizens Bank
Thornton, Calhoun County
Planters Bank & Trust Co.,
Nashville, Howard County
Bank of DeQueen,
DeQueen, Sevier County
and
First National Bank,
DeQueen, Sevier County
First National Bank,
Fordyce, Dallas County
First National Bank,
Jonesboro, Craighead County
Fort Smith Bank & Trust Co.,
Fort Smith, Sebastian County
Bankers Trust Co.,
Little Rock, Pulaski County
Lasker-Morris Bank & Trust Co.,
Little Rock, Pulaski County
Security Bank & Trust Co.,
Paragould
First National Bank,
Prairie Grove, Washington County
Bank of Jonesboro,
Jonesboro, Craighead County
purpose of this liquidation.

BANKS PLACED IN THE HANDS OF THE BANK COMMISSIONER FOR
LIQUIDATION, WHICH HAVE BEEN FINALLY LIQUIDATED.
Depositors and All Other Creditors Paid in Full, Excluding the Liability to Stock­
holders on Their Stock.

Ashley County Bank,
Hamburg, Ashley County
Citizens Bank,
Junction City, Union County
Bank of Commerce & Trust Co.,
Stuttgart, Arkansas County



LIABILITIES ASSUMED BY

Farmers Savings Bank & Trust Co.,
Hamburg, Ashley County
Union Bank & Trust Co.,
Junction City, Union County
Farmers & Merchants Bank,
Stuttgart, Arkansas County

XVII

S tate of A rkansas
AMENDMENTS INCREASING CAPITAL STOCK.
N am e of B a n k .

Bank of Altheimer, Altheimer..........................
Woodruff County Bank, Augusta....................
Bank of Black Rock, Black Rock..................
Bank of Blevins, Blevins..................................
Citizens Bank, Danville....................................
Exchange Bank & Trust Co., Dermott............
Bank of Gillett, Gillett....................................
Bank of Green Forest, Green Forest................
Clark County Bank, Gurdon............................
Citizens Bank, Hope..........................................
Farmers Savings Bank & Trust Co., Hamburg
Security Bank, Hot Springs............................
Citizens Bank, Lavaca........................................
Bank of McNeil, McNeil....................................
Bank of Marianna, Marianna..........................
Citizens Bank, Monett........................................
Fulton County Bank, Mammoth Spring..........
Pike County Bank, Murfreesboro....................
Farmers Bank, Olvey.......... «................................
Bank of Plumerville............................................
Citizens Bank, Pettigrew....................................
Bank of Russellville, Russellville......................
Bank of St. Francis, St. Francis......................
Bank of St. Paul, St. Paul................................
Bank of Scranton, Scranton..............................
Farmers State Bank, Rogers..............................
Van Buren Trust Co., Van Buren......................
Bank of Winslow, Winslow..............................

INCREASED FROM

TO

9.000. 00 $ 12,500.00
25.000. 00 40.000. 00
10.500.00
10.000.00
15.000. 00
10 ,000.00
12.500.00
20 .000. 00
35.000. 00 50.000. 00
20. 000. 00
10 .000 . 00
30.000. 00 50.000.00
19.500.00
25*000.00
70.000. 00 100,000.00
35.000. 00 50.000. 00
50.000. 00 100, 000.00
12.500.00
25.000. 00
10 .000 . 00
15.000. 00
25.000. 00 69.000. 00
22 000 00 25.000. 00
25.000. 00
10,000.00
25.000. 00
12.500.00
6,700.00
8, 200.00
20, 000.00
40.000. 00
5.000. 00 10.000. 00
30.000. 00 50.000. 00
5.000. 00 7,500.00
8.000. 00 10.000. 00
10.000. 00 15.500.00
25.000. 00 50.000. 00
50.000. 00 125,000.00
5,000.00
10 000
00
.

.

.

.

AMENDMENTS DECREASING CAPITAL STOCK.
N am e of B a n k .

Bank of Altheimer, Altheimer....................
Merchants & Farmers Bank, Atkins..........
Farmers & Merchants Bank, Bearden..........
Bank of Casa, Casa......................................
Citizens Bank, Danville..................................
Farmers State Bank, Conway......................
American Bank & Trust Co., El Dorado...
Fort Smith Bank & Trust Co., Fort Smith
Guaranty Trust Co., Fayetteville.............. .
Bank of Lincoln, Lincoln............................
Commercial Loan & Trust Co., Monticello..
Farmers Bank, Marmaduke ........................
Bank of St. Francis. St. Francis...............
Bank of St. Paul, St. Paul........................
Bank of Swifton, Swifton..........................
Bank of Tuckerman, Tuckerman..................
Bank of Winslow, Winslow............................
Arkansas Valley Trust Co., Fort Smith...

DECREASED FROM

* 15,000.00
15.000. 00
30.000. 00
25.000. 00
25.000. 00
60.000. 00
50.000. 00

TO

$

10,000.00
10,000.00

15.000. 00
10 .000 . 00

20,000.00

30.000. 00
25.000. 00
200 , 000.00
100 , 000.00
50.000. 00
100, 000.00
40.000. 00
10. 000. 00
200, 000.00
60,000.00
25.000. 00 15.000. 00
20.000. 00
7,500.00
15.000. 00 10 000 00
25.000. 00 10 000.00
30.000. 00 15.000. 00
20 .000. 00
10 000 00
250,000.00
100 000.00

N ote . —A majority of reduction was subscribed and not paid-in capital.




.

.

,

.

,

.

XVIII

R eport of B a n k C ommissioner
AMENDMENTS CHANGING THE NUMBER OF DIRECTORS.

Merchants & Farmers Bank, Atkins........
Bank of Bauxite, Bauxite..........................
Belleville Bank, Belleville..........................
First State Bank, Bonanza........................
Faulkner County Bank, Conway.............
Bank of DeQueen, DeQueen......................
Yell County Bank, Danville...................... .
American Bank & Trust Co., El Dorado
Citizens Bank, Harrison............................
Interstate Banking & Trust Co., Helena.
Farmers & Merchants Bank, London. .. .
Newton County Bank, Jasper....................
Pulaski Bank & Trust Co., Little Rock..,
Southern Trust Co., Little Rock..............
Planters Bank i& Trust Co., Nashville...
Bank of Parkdale, Parkdale....................
Bank of Searcy, Searcy............................
Bank of Taylor, Taylor............................
Bank of Yiola, Viola..................................
Sharp County Bank, Williford..................

from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from
from

5 to 4
5 to 3
7 to 3
7 to (5 to :
7 to 9
9 to 5
7 to 5
7 to (3 to !
3 to (5 or '
9 to 7
5 to 3
7 to 5
21 to 9
26 to (21 to
15 to 11
7 to 3
13 to 9
7 to 3
12 to 5
7 to 5

AMENDMENTS CHANGING TITLE.

Bank of Tontitown,
Tontitown
Settlement Bank,
Shirley
Van Buren Trust Co.,
Van Buren
Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust
London
Security Savings & Trust Co.,
Prescott

to

to
to
Co.,
to
to

Elm Springs State Bank,
Elm Springs
Bank of Shirley,
Shirley
Citizens Bank & Trust Co.,
Van Buren
Farmers & Merchants Bank,
London
Citizens Bank & Trust Co.,
Prescott

AMENDMENT CHANGING LOCATION.

Bank of Tontitown,
Tontitown

to

Elm Springs State Bank,
Elm Springs

AMENDMENTS ELIMINATING AUTHORITY TO ACCEPT DEPOSITS.

Bankers Mortgage & Trust Co................................................................................ Fordyce
Farmers Union Warehouse & Banking Co..............................................................Bearden
Guaranty Trust Co.................................................................................................Fayetteville
AMENDMENTS CHANGING CORPORATE POWERS.

Monticello Bank & Trust Co..............................................................................Monticello
Citizens Bank & Trust Co........................................................................................ Prescott



S tate of A rkansas

XIX

REPORT OF CONDITION OF BANKS IN HANDS OF THE
COMMISSIONER FOR LIQUIDATION.
MERCHANTS AND MECHANICS BANK
Argenta, Pulaski County, Arkansas.
This bank was closed by State Bank Examiner A. J. Reap, on January 12th,
1914.
The following is a statement, as shown by the books at the dose of business
January 10th, 1914:
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts....................... $ 61,561.74
Overdrafts .......................................... 3,588.29
Furniture and fixtures................... 7,830.53
Item s in tran sit................•..............
126.00
Due from reserve banks...............
540.83
Cash on hand...................................... 5,932.23
Treasury stock .................................. 7,375.00
Insurance agency ............................ 2,475.00
Clearing house deposit.................
100.00
Expense ................................................ 4,259.48
Total .................................................. $ 93,789.10

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Bills payable ......................................
N otes rediscounted ........................
Dividends unpaid ............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Due to reserve b a n k s ...................
Time certificates of deposit.........
Cashier’s checks ..............................

25,000.00
12,500.00
2.500.00
5.00
52,640.56
784.05
355.00
4.49

Total ...................................................$ 93,789.10

The following is an inventory of the assets placed in the hands of the State Bank
Department:
Loans and discounts....................... $
................................................
Rental and insurance departm’t
Furniture and fixtures.................
Cash and checks on other banks
Clearing house deposit...................
Cash item s ..........................................
N ote rediscounted ..........................
O v e rd ra fts

57,222.30
3,107.49
2,475.00
7,830.53
‘2,428.41
100.00
11.25
2,500.00

Total ...................................................$ 75,674.98
RECEIPTS.
Loans and interest collected___ $ 35,741.87
Overdrafts collected ..................... 2,556.30
Furniture and fixtures......... 1,775.00
Checks on other banks and cash
item s ................................................. 2,439.66
Clearing house deposit.......
100.00
Rental and insurance departm’t
259.44
Total ...................................................$ 42,872.27




Total disbursem ents ..................... $ 35,990.59
Loss on furniture and fixtu res.. 6,055.53
Loss on rental and insurance
departm ent .................................... 2,215.56
Loss on notes com prom ised___ 1,132.58
Loans and discounts, uncollected 22,847.85
Overdrafts, uncollected ...............
551.19
Cash in the hands of the com ­
m issioner ........................................ 6,881.68
Total ...................................................$ 75.674.98
DISBURSEM ENTS.
Bills payable ......................................$ 5,000.00
N otes rediscounted ........................... 2,500.00
Offsets allowed ................................... 4,564.82
F ifty per cent distribution to
creditors .......................................... 21,657.11
Taxes and exp en ses............................. 2,268.66
Total disbursem ents .................$ 35,990.59
Cash in the hands of the com ­
m issioner ........................................ 6,881.68
Total ...................................................$ 42,872.27

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BANK OF HUNTINGTON
Huntington, Sebastian County, Arkansas.
This bank was closed by State Bank Commissioner John M. Davis, on May 4th,
1914.
The following is a statement, as shown by the books at the close of business April
20th, 1914:

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts....................... $ 40,762.21
Furniture and fixtures..................... 2,908.00
Banking house ............................. 4,750.00
Other real e sta te.............................. 1,799.40
Cash item s ..........................................
98.30
Cash .......................................................
90.93
Total ...................................................$ 50,408.84

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Due to b a n k s .../..............................
Certificates of deposit...................
Total ...................................................$

25,000.00
367.72
11,727.50
19.196.15
251.43
3,866.04
50,408.84

The following is an inventory of the assets placed in the hands of the State Bank
Department:
ASSETS.
Loans and discoun ts....................... $
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Annex to banking h ou se...............
Due from ban k..................................
Cash and cash item s.....................
Collection .............................................
Total

RECEIPTS.
Cash .......................................................$ 172.54
Loans collected ................................ 1,809.51
Collected on 100 per cent a s­
sessm ent .......................................... 1,945.00
Total
$ 3,927.05

40,569.77
16,406.69
2,908.00
4,750.00
1,799.40
34.69
120.31
200.00
66,788.86

DISBURSEM ENTS.
E xpenses ...............................................$ 729.08
Cash in the hands of the com ­
m issioner ................... .................... 3,197.97
Total

$ 3,927.05

An assessment of 100 per cent has been levied on the stockholders of this bank.




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LOGAN COUNTY BANK
Magazine, Logan County, Arkansas.
This bank was closed by Special Deputy Bank Commissioner R. E. Pugh, on May
23d, 1914.
The following is a statement as shown by the books at the close of business
May 15th, 1914:
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts....................... $ 23,505.21
Overdrafts .......................................... 1,335.20
Furniture and fixtures..................... 2,831.50
Real estate .......................................... 6,000.00
Due from banks................................ 7,018.81
Cash ....................................................... 2,830.90
E xpense .................................................
542.28
Total ...................................................$ 44,063.90

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 15.050.00
Undivided profits ............................
486.63
Interest and exchange...................
698.00
Individual deposits ........................ 8,990.67
Public funds ...................................... 18,833.60
Certificates of deposit...................
5.00
Total ...................................................? 44,063.90

The following is an inventory of the assets placed in the hands of the Bank Com­
missioner:
Loans and discounts....................... $
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fix tu r e s.............
Due from ban ks................................
Cash and cash item s.....................
Total ...................................................$

RECEIPTS.

Total receipts from all sources.? 10,618.72

18,779.38
957.97
2,831.50
5,010.08
2.319.08
29,898.01

DISBURSEM ENTS.
Tw enty-five per cent distribu­
tion to creditors......................... $
County deposits refunded.........
Expense .................................................
Cash in the hands of the com ­
m issioner ........................................
Total ...................................................$

6,000.19
1,579.01
927.36
2,112.16
10,618.72

An assessment of 100 per cent has been levied on the stockholders of this bank,




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BANK OF PINE BLUFF
Pine Bluff, Jefferson County, Arkansas.
This bank was placed in the hands of the Bank Commissioner on July 3d, 1914.
The following is a statement as shown by the books at the close of business
July 2d, 1914:
RESOURCES.
LIABILITIES.
Loans and discounts........................$793,837.73 Capital stock .....................................$100,000.00
O verdrafts .......................................... 13.226.67 Bills payable .................................... 50,000.00
Bonds and securities..................... 42,125.13 N otes rediscounted ........................ 15,319.20
Dividends unpaid ............................
400.00
Furniture and fixtu res...'................................. 10.506.00
Banking house .................................. 45,000.00 Individual deposits .......................... 327.948.88
Other real e sta te .............................. 12.890.00 Public funds ...................................... 251,145.11
Item s in tran sit.................................. 1,853.47 Due to ban ks...................................... 28,589.41
Cash item s ........................................ 30,978.35 Certificates of deposit................... 96,344.73
Due from banks................................ 3,065.76 Certified checks .............................. 1,585.46
526.33
Checks on other banks................. 3,834.00 Cashier’s checks ..............................
733.07
Cash ....................................................... 8,983.10 Collections ..........................................
200.23 Due clearing house ........................ 97,500.00
City scrip ..........................................
Deficit ................................................... 3,591.75
Total ...................................................$970,092.19
Total ................................................ $970,092.19

The following is an inventory of the assets placed in the hands of the Bank Com'
missioner:
Loans and discounts........................$793,927.68
Stocks and bonds.............................. 42,125.13
Real estate ........................................ 57,890.00
Overdrafts .......................................... 13,248.72
Furniture and fixtures................... 8,706.00
City warrants ..................................
200.23
Cash item s ........................................ 34,812.35
Cash and exchange......................... 16,894.02
Total .................................................. $967,'804.43
Other assets ...................................... 10,861.00
A ssessm ents on capital sto ck .. 100,000.00
Interest and rents collected____ 7,594.66
$1,086,260.09
Total

Total disbursem ents ......................$253,788.00
Loans and discounts, uncollected 545,789.22
Stocks and bonds on hand......... 42,125.13
Real estate ........................................ 57,890.00
Overdrafts, uncolletecd ............... 11,133.57
Furniture and fixtures................. 8,706.00
’City warrants ....................................
189.48
A ssessm ent on capital stock,
uncollected .................................... 91,412.69
Cash item s ........................................ 7,023.81
Cash in the hands of the com ­
m issioner ........................................ 68,202.19

RECEIPTS.
Loans and discounts, collected .$248,138.76
Cash item s .......................................... 27,788.54
Collected on 100 per cent asm ent ................................................... 8,587.31
Cash and exchange......................... 27.755.02
Overdrafts .......................................... 2,115.15
City warrants ..................................
‘10.75
Interest and ren ts............................ 7,594.66

DISBURSEM ENTS.
Offsets allowed ................................$ 54,413.42
Bills payable ...................................... 98,594.67
Rediscounts ........................................ 15.319.20
Loss on notes com prom ised... 21,400.15
Ten per cent distribution to
creditors ........................................... 60,079.98
Allowance to special deputy
com m issioner ................................ 1,250.00
Expense ............................................... 2*730.00
Total ...................................................$253,788.00
Cash in the hands of the com ­
m issioner ........................................ 68,202.19
Total ...................................................$321,990.19

Total ...................................................$321,990.19

Total

$1,086,260.09

An assessment of 100 per cent has been levied on the stockholders of this bank.
An additional 10 per cent distribution to creditors has been ordered and approved
by the Chancery Court.




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BANK OF HIGDEN
Higden, Cleveland County, Arkansas.
This bank was placed in the hands of the State Bank Department on July 6th, 1914.
The following is a statement at the close of business July 6th, 1914:
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts................. ..$
Furniture and fixtures............. . ..
Real estate ....................................
Due from banks...........................
Cash ..................................................
Cash item s ....................................
Over and short..............................
Expense account .........................
Total .............................................. ..$

9,297.04
5.47
1,985.40
100.00
567.33
605.25
1,163.11
13.19
719.15
14,455.94

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ............................... . ..$ 5,000.00
,. ..
195.71
173.52
Exchange ........................................
500.00
Bills payable ..................................
8,403.24
Individual deposits .....................
183.47
Cashier’s checks .........................
Total .............................................. ,. .$ 14,455.94

The following is an inventory of the assets placed in the hands of the Bank
Department:
ASSETS.
Loans and discoun ts....................... $
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Real estate ........................................
Due from banks................................
Cash .......................................................
Cash item s ........................................
Total
$

RECEIPTS.
Loans collected ................................$ 1,082.62
Interest collected ...........................
47.48
Cash item s collected.....................
19.10
Timber sale ........................................
100.00
Furniture and fixtures.................
95.00
Refund on bank burglar policy.
10.64
Collected on 100 per cent a s­
sessm ent ..........................................
575.00
Overdrafts collected .....................
.63
Cash .......................................................
605.25
Total ...................................................$ 2,535.72

9,297.04
5.47
1,985.40
100.00
567.33
605.25
1,163.11
13,723.60

DISBURSEM ENTS.
Expenses .............................................. |
121.80
Cash in the hands of the com ­
m issioner ........................................ 2,413.92

Total ...................................................$ 2,535.72

An assessment of 100 per cent has been levied on the stockholders of this bank.




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BANK OF ROGERS
Rogers, Benton County, Arkansas.
This bank was placed in the hands of the Bank Commissioner on July 16th, 1914.
The following is a statement as shown by the books at the close of business
July 16th, 1914:
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts........................$376,150.51
Bonds and stock s............................ 40,100.00
O verdrafts .......................................... 1,644.29
Real estate, furniture and fix­
tures ................................................... 61,140.10
Cash item s ........................................
233.92
Cash on hand.................................... 1,379.54
Due from banks................................ 23,352.52
Total .................................................. $519,322.74
RECEIPTS.
Cash on hand....................................$
Loans and discounts, collected.
Interest collected ............................
Overdrafts, collected ...................
Interest on overdrafts, collected
Cash item s ..........................................
Interest on daily balance.............
Rent .......................................................
Exchange ............................................
Total .................................................. $

1,379.54
2,-494.08
66.49
967.82
13.92
109.32
9.47
750.00
7,103.69
12,934.43

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .....................................$150,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 12,734.22
Individual deposits .......................... 161,838.59
Time deposits .................................... 110,801.78
Savings deposits .............................. 1,068.63
Cashier’s checks .............................. 4,573.34
Bills payable ...................................... 68,106.41
Rediscounts ........................................ 10,000.00
Due banks ...........................................
199.77
Total .................................................,$519,322.74
DISBURSEM ENTS.
Check returned ................................$
37.09
Expenses ............................................... 2,378.60
Total disbursem ents .................$ 2.415.69
Cash in the hands of the com ­
m issioner ........................................ 10,518.64
Total ...................................................$ 12,934.43

CITIZENS BANK
Rogers, Benton County, Arkansas.
This bank was merged with the Bank of Rogers, but since the Bank of Rogers had
been placed in the hands of the Bank Commissioner for liquidation, the two institu­
tions have been segregated and are being liquidated separately by an order and under
the jurisdiction of the Chancery Court.
The following is a statement as shown by the books at the close of business
July 16th, 1914:
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts........................ $136,806.65
Bonds ..................................................... 10,000.00
Stocks ................................................... 15,400.00
Overdrafts .......................................... 2,971.49
Real estate ........................................ 22,000.00
Furniture and fixtures..................... 3,000.00
Cash item s ........................................
134.42
Expense .............................................. 3,522.17
Interest paid ...................................... 3,093.05
Due from ban ks................................ 9,059.79
Total .................................................. $205,987.57

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Time deposits ....................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Bills payable ......................................
Interest account ..............................
Exchange .............................................
Overdraft .............................................

RECEIPTS.
Loans and discounts, collected .$
Overdrafts, collected .....................
Cash item s ........................................
Rents .....................................................
Interest, loans and d isco u n ts...
Interest, overdrafts ........................
Exchange ............................................
$
Total

DISBURSEM ENTS.
Bills payable ......................................$
E xpenses .............................................
Transfer to Bank of R ogers___
Cash in 'th e hands of the com ­
m issioner ........................................




13,653.37
1,099.32
4.09
, 45.00
449.45
4.28
1,000.00
16,328.29

50*000.00
1,388.67
52,635.28
57,180.02
297.58
22,500.00
6,628.78
35.38
15,321.86

Total ...................................................$205,987.57

Total

2,195.53
1,409.08
7*103.59
5,619.09

$ 16,328.29

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BANK OF WYNNE
Wynne, Cross County, Arkansas.
This bank was placed in the hands of the Bank Commissioner on July 24th, 1914.
The following is a statement of the condition as shown on the call of the Bank
Commissioner June 30th, 1914:
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts.....................$ 97,686.19
193.10
O verdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures...................' 3,000.00
Banking house .................................. 8,300.00
Other real e sta te .............................. 1,914.50
Cash item s ........................................
38.67
Due from banks................................ 4,720.06
Cash on hand...................................... 3,333.08
Deficit ................................................... 1,137.83
Total .................................................. $120,323.43

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Bills payable
.............................
Individual deposits .......................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit......................

34,700.00
12,500.00
50,110.38
10,098.05
12,915.00

Total ...................................................$120,323.43

The following is an inventory of the asset's placed in the hands of the Bank Com­
missioner :
Loans and discoun ts.....................$ 91,629.87
Overdrafts ...........................
632.56
Real estate ........................................ 10,214.50
Furniture and fixtures..................... 3,000.00
Judgm ents .......................................... 3,107.97
Exchange ............................................. 2,842.94
Cash on hand...................................... 2,679.94
County and city scrip.................
35.10
Total
$114,142.88

RECEIPTS.
Loans and discounts, collected .$ 64,962.21
Interest, collected ........................... 1,091.67
Overdrafts, collected .....................
564.54
Real estate sold.............................. 1,100.00
City and county scrip..................
35.10
Cash on hand.................................... 5,522.88
Total ...................................................$ 73,276.40

DISBURSEM ENTS.
Bills payable ....................................$
Offsets allowed ................................
Loans and discounts, w orthless
Expenses ..................
Cash in the hands of the com ­
m issioner ..........................................
Total ...................................................$

7,500.00
31,660.02
16,461.59
824.92
16,829.87
73,276.40

A distribution of 40 per cent has since been ordered and paid to the creditors.




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BANK OF ULM
Ulm, Prairie County, Arkansas.
This bank was placed in the hands of the Bank Commissioner on August 15th, 1914.
The following is a statement of the condition at the close of business August
15th, 1914:

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts.....................$ 13,531.19
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,000.00
Other real e sta te.............................. 3,900.00
Due from banks..............................
969.64
120.29
Checks on other banks.................
Cash on hand......................................
737.00
Shortage .............................................. 3,405.35
Total .................................................. $ 24,663.47

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits .......................
Time certificates of d e p o sit....
Cashier’s checks ..............................

10,000.00
4.62
2,000.00
8,319.37
3,686.72
652.76

Total ...................................................$ 24,663.47

T h e follow ing is an inventory of the assets placed in the hands of th e B ank C om ­

missioner :

Loans and discoun ts....................... $
Overdrafts ........
Banking house ..............................
Furniture and fixtures.....................
Other real e sta te ..............................
Cash and sight exchange (not
verified) ..........................................
Total ...................................................$

RECEIPTS.
Cash and sight exchange.............$ 1,043.12
Loans and discounts, collected. 1,456.34
Interest, collected .........................
26.83
222.56
Overdrafts, collected .....................
Total
$ 2.748.85




13,625.69
263.88
3,000.00
2,000.00
900.00
1,790.17
21,579.74

DISBURSEM ENTS.
Offsets allowed ................................$ 135.27
117.33
Expenses ............................................
Cash in the hands of the com ­
m issioner ........................................ 2,496.25
Total
$ 2,748.85

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XXVII

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
McCrory, Woodruff County, Arkansas.
This bank was placed in the hands of the Bank Commissioner on October 2, 1914.
The following is a statement as shown by the books at the close of business
August 26th, 1914, from the first examination:
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts.......................$ 23,712.05
Overdrafts ..........................................
743.29
Scrip .....................................................
4.00
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,176.12
Banking house .................................. 5,000.00
Due from banks.............................. 1,871.22
Checks on other banks..............
272.69
Cash .......................................................
806.30
Treasury stock ................................
500.00
Expense .............................................. 1,557.49
$ 36,643.16
Total

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Bills payable ......................................
N otes rediscounted .......................
Individual deposits .....................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit...................
Cashier’s checks ............................
Total

14,000.00
9,000.00
3,500.00
9.057.16
824.20
237.00
24.80

$ 36,643.16

The following is an inventory of the assets placed in the hands of the Bank Com­
missioner
ASSETS.
Loans and discoun ts.....................$ 23,009.54
Loans and discounts, hypothe­
cated ................................................... 3,155.07
Overdrafts ..........................................
753.29
Real estate .......................................... 5,000.00
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,176.12
Scrip .......................................................
4.00
Cash .......................................................
204.33
$ 31,147.28
Total

RECEIPTS.
Cash .......................................................$ 204.33
Loans collected .............................. 2,724.86
Interest collected ............................
143.65
Scrip .......................................................
4.00
Collected on 100 per cent a s ­
sessm ent ........................................ 1,237.50
Total ..................................................$ 4,314.34

DISBURSEM ENTS.
Paid on bills payable...................$ 2,825.00
Expense ..............................................
171.87
Cash in the hands of the com ­
m issioner ........................................ 1,317.47
Total ...................................................$ 4,314.34

An assessment of 100 per cent has been levied on the stockholders of this bank.




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BANK OF ENGLAND
England, Lonoke County, Arkansas.
This bank was placed in the hands of the State Bank Department on November
14th, 1914.
The following is a statement as shown by the books at the close of business
November 14th, 1914:

RESOURCES.
LIABILITIES.
Loans and discounts........................$183,975.98 Capital stock ....................................$ 50,000.00
Other real e sta te.............................. 4,500.00 Surplus ................................................. 18,000.00
422.56
Cash item s ........................................
860.21 Undivided profits ..............
Due from reserve banks............. 7,613.46 Bills payable .................................... 100,518.52
Cash ....................................................... 1,517.59 N otes rediscounted ........................ 16,434.25
Individual deposits ....................... 41,493.31
Other bonds and secu rities...............................34,869.20
Due to reserve ban ks................... 1,069.27
Certificates of deposit................... 4,398.50
Total ...................................................$233,336.41
Total ...................................................$233,336.41

The following is an inventory of the assets placed in the hands of the State Bank
Department:
Loans and discoun ts........................ $186,738.11
Bonds, stocks and w a rra n ts... 34,869.20
Real estate .....................
4,500.00
Cash, cash item s and exchange 9,545.05
500.00
Furniture and fixtures.................
Overdrafts .......................................... 1,194.60
Total
$237,346.96

BANK OF CASA.
Casa, Perry County, Arkansas.
This bank was closed by State Bank Examiner Guy Phillips, on December 1st,
1914.
The following is a statement as shown by the books at the close of business
December 1st, 1914:

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts......................$
Real estate and banking house.
Furniture and fixtures................
Other real e sta te.............................
Perry county scrip.........................
Road warrants ..............................
Lumber ..............................................
Due from reserve banks............
Over and short................................
Expense ..............................................
Printing and stationery.............
Interest paid ..................................
A dvertising ......................................

23,132.74
638.36
2,000.00
2.000.00
2,090.10
2,544.95
97.12
128.96
1,087.86
189.50
46.18
2,079.39
454.47
753.08
86.26
28.86
Total ................................................. .$ 37,357.83

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Interest ..................................J............
Exchange .............................................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits .......................
Certificates of deposit .................
Cashier’s checks ..............................

10,000.00
1,430.74
1,656.96
150.09
6,000.00
8,296.11
8,200.00
1.623.93

Total ...................................................$ 37,357.83

The following is an inventory of the assets placed in the hands of the State Bank
Department:
Loans and discoun ts....................... $
Overdrafts ........................... '.............
Perry county scrip..........................
Road warrants ..................................
Lumber, 10,000 ft. finished pine
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ................................
Other real e sta te ..............................
Cash and cash item s...................
Total ...................................................$

27,924.03
638.36
3,661.10
97.12
128.96
2,000.00
2,000.00
2,090.10
1,894.15
40,433.82

The above inventory was filed in the office of State Bank Commissioner on Decem­
ber 15th, 1914, and therefore covers the progress of this liquidation to this date.



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XXIX

BANK OF HICKORY RIDGE
Hickory Ridge, Cross County, Arkansas.
This bank was placed in the hands of the Bank Commissioner on December 29th,
1914.
The following is a statement as shown by the books at the close of business
December 29th, 1914:
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts..................... $
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ................................
Other real e sta te ..............................
Due from banks................................
Cash and cash item s......................
Expense ...............................................
Interest paid ......................................
Total ...................................................$

14,007.31
24.58
1,550.45
2,087.50
848.98
793.47
1,273.46
1,517.90
324.39
22,428.04

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 1,840.09
Individual deposits ....................... 9,767.06
Due to banks....................................
620.89
200.00
Certificates of deposit.................
Total ...................................................$ 22,428.04

The following is an inventory of the assets placed in the hands of the Bank Com*
missioner:
Loans and discoun ts..................... $ 14,007.31
Furniture and fixtures................. 1,550.45
Real estate ........................................ 2.087.50
Other rear e sta te ..............................
848.98
Cash and cash item s..................... 1,273.46
793.47
Due from banks..................................
Overdrafts ..........................................
24.58
Total
$ 20,585.75




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RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF THE
STATE BANK DEPARTMENT.
The following is a statement showing the total receipts and disbursements of the
State Bank Department from January 1st, 1914, to December 31st, 1914, inclusive:
RECEIPTS.
Corporation fees ..............................$ 1,000.00
Expense of investigation.............
138.79
Exam ination fees ............................ 17,244.34
Second exam ination fe e s.............
641.10
E xpense refunded, insolvent
banks .................................................
451.86
Certified copies ................................
9.75
Am endm ent fees ............................
470.00
Increase capital fe es.......................
679.50

Total




20,635.34

DISBURSEM ENTS.
Salaries .................................................$ 14,129.50
Exam iner’s expenses ................... 3,284.15
Com m issioner’s expenses ...........
458.68
D eputy com m issioner’s expenses
678.02
Postage .................................................
355.55
Stationery, printing and office
supplies ............................................. 1,134.31
Telegraph and telephone.............
197.97
M iscellaneous ....................................
96.90
Bonds of com m issioner and em ­
ployees ........
300.00
Total ................................................... % 20,635.08
Balance due from the State
Treasurer in the batik fu n d ..
.26
Total
$ 20,635.34

Statement of the Condition
------OF------

All Banks, Trust Companies and Savings Banks
Under Supervision of the Bank Department
------AT------

Close of Business October 31st, 1914







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ALICIA

FARMERS BANK
Incorporated August 8, 1911. Charter No. 345.

O fficers— A . J. M oseley, President; E . T . Fife,
D irectors— A . J. M oseley, P. H . Schwegman, E .

Vice President; C . E . Bush, Cashier.
T . Fife, T . J. Sharum, W . G . McClamroch, James

T . Bottorff, J. W . Moseley.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$
Loans and discounts, secured . .
Loans on real estate......................
Overdrafts ........................................
Other bonds and securities..........
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house .................................
Due from non-reserve b an k s...
Cash items ........................................
Due from reserve banks.................
Checks on other banks...................
Currency .................•..........................
Silver and fractional coin..........
Other resources.................................
Total

ALMA

3,318.55
16,527.39
5,532.42
4.67
63.36
1,029.48
2,281.12
639.69
10.00
3,851.42
4.38
1,219.00
432.90
58.00
34.972.38

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock......................................$ 10,000.00
130.0©
Surplus .............................................
Undivided profits ..........................
633.49
Bills payable...................................... 6,000.00
236.00
Savings deposits ..........................
Individual deposits....................... 16,283.49
Public funds ....................................
18.78
Certificates of deposit, tim e.......... 1,333.15
Cashier’s checks...............................
293.88
Other liabilities ...............................
43.59
Total

34,972.38

BANK OF ALMA
Incorporated March 12, 1902. Charter No. 87.

O fficers— J. T . Jones, President; G . T . Cazort, V ice President;
D irectors— J. T . Jones, Dr. W . R . Reves, W . B. Smith, T . H .

L . W . Black, Cashier;

Lee S.

Renfroe, J. D . Byars, John B.

Brown, L . W . Black.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. $ 5,969.24
Loans and discounts, secured . . 68,389.08
Loans on real estate ................. 3,485.56
Overdrafts ........................................
617.07
Other bonds and securities . .
112.10
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,169.73
Banking house ............................... 4,500.00
Due from non-reserve banks.. .
714.67
Cash items ......................................
896.88
Due from reserve banks ............ 19,754.74
Currency ........................................... 1,244.00
Gold ....................................................
815.00
738.13
Silver and fractional coin ..........
Total ............................................. $109,406.20

ALMA

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock' ....................................$
Surplus .............................................
Undivided profits ..........................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds........................................
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .

Total

35,000.00
15,000.00
1,550.86
48,217.72
964.90
8,672.72

............................................. $109,406.20

COMMERCIAL BANK
Incorporated September 19, 1895. Charter No. 35.

O fficers— J. H . Cole, President; R . L .
A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. H . Cole, J. J. Cravens,

Liles, V ice President; O . B. Ragon, Cashier; W . M . Jones,
C . M . Adams, R . L . Liles, T . H . Kibler, W . M . Jones,

O . B. Ragon.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured ..$
Loans on real estate ......................
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house ...............................
Due from reserve banks . . . . ' . .
Checks on other banks .................
Currency ...........................................
Silver and fractional coin ............
Other resources ...............................
Total
$



31,478.05
10,566.65
2,150.88
3,560.00
2,765.23
284.16
1,230.00
351.29
636.57
53,022.83

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .................................... 25,000.00
Surplus .............................................
668.51
Bills payable...................................... 2.500.00
Individual deposits ..................... 22,225.00
Due to reserve banks.....................
21.50
Certificates of deposits, time . . . 2,450.02
Cashier’s checks...............................
155.36
Other liabilities ...............................
2.44
Total

$ 53,022.83

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ALMYRA

BANK OF ALMYRA
Incorporated July 3, 1905. Charter. No. 187.

O fficers— H . D . Sebree, President; J. A . Houghton, V ice President; G . F.
Wofford, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors—C. T. Rives, H . L. Hansen, H . D. Sebree, J. A. Houghton, one

W alz, Cashier; R . B.
vacant.

Statement of October 31, 1914.
RESOURCES.

Loans and discounts, dem and...?
Loans and discounts, unsecured.
Loans and discounts, secured . .
Loans on real estate ......................
Overdrafts ........................................
Other bonds and securities . . . .
Furniture and fixtures .............. .
Banking house ...............................
Due from non-reserve banks . ..
Cash- items ........................................
Due from reserve banks ............
Currency .............................................
Silver and fractional coin ............
Other resources ...............................
Total .............................................$

ALPENA

4,542.11
10,255.01
28,934.19
24,775.42
536.70
178.00
2,175.00
1,500.00
8.45
61.50
4,386.83
185.00
142.44
232.00
77,912.65

L IA B IL IT IE S .

Cap'tal stock ....................................$
Bills payable......................................
Notes rediscounted ........................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Cashier’s checks ...........................

Total

15,000.00
27,500.00
18,196.82
11,942.87
206.12
4,884.79
182.05

.............................................$ 77,912.65

BANK OF ALPENA
Incorporated January 2, 1907. Charter No. 227.

O fficers— J. A . Centers,
Roy Kirkpatrick, A sst.
D irectors— J. A . Centers,
Kirkpatrick,

W.

L.

President; W . H . Kirkpatrick, V ice President; J. W . Paul, Cashier;
Cashier.
S. D . Centers, Jas. Cantwell, John Cantwell, D . K. McCurry, W . H .
Sneed.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand ...$
Loans and discounts, unsecured .
Loans on real estate .............
Overdrafts ........................................
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house .................................
Due from non-reserve banks . .
Cash items ........................................
Checks on other banks .................
Currency .............................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and fractional coin. . . .
Other resources ...............................
Total
$

ALTHEIMER

2,526.44
17,049.61
1,290.00
137.47
1,500.00
2,000.00
4,993.71
109.41
907.04
1,273.00
30.00
10.61
434.36
32,261.65

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $ 6,000.00
Undivided profits ........................
279.34
Individual deposits ........................ 23,079.16
Certificates of deposit, tim e........ 2,903.15

Total

$ 32,261.65

BANK OF ALTHEIMER
Incorporated April 14, 1905. Charter No. 177.

O fficers— J. S. McDonnell, President; W . C . Hudson,
R.
B. Ashcraft, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. S. McDonnell, W . C. Hudson, Thos. R .

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured . . . $
Loans on real estate ......................
Other bonds and securities . . . .
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house .................................
Other real estate .............................
Due from reserve banks ...............
Cash on hand .................................
Total .................................................$



Vice President; Thos. R . Ashcraft, Cashier;
Ashcraft, R . B . Ashcraft.

28,920.01
17,739.04
11,910.00
2,698.97
3,721.50
510.00
23,433.86
2,587.30
91,520.68

L IA B IL IT IE S .

Capital stock ....................................$ 12,500.00
Surplus ................................................ 1,500.00
Undivided profits ............................. 2,725.70
Bills payable .................................... 20,000.00
Individual deposits ........................ 50,394.58
Certificates of deposits, time . . . 3,359.75
Cashier’s checks ............................. 1,040.65
Total ................................................. $ 91,520.68

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ALTUS

GERMAN-AMERICAN BANK
Incorporated October 3, 1904. Charter No. 170.

O fficers— L . A . F . W oods, President; M . Musgrove,
L . F . Stephenson, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors— L . A . F . Woods, M . Musgrove, John C .

Vice

President;

Gardner,

J.

N.

J.

N.

Adams,

Adams,

Cashier;

Father

Placidus

Oeschle, Jacob Post, A . Buergler.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . . .$
38.08
Loans and discounts, unsecured . 9,686.70
Loans and discounts, secured. . . . 46.089.97
Loans and on real estate .......... 10,125.18
5.50
Other bonds and secu rities..........
Furniture and fixtures ................. 1,400.00
Banking house ............................... 5,000.00
Due from reserve banks ............ 23,144.60
Currency ............................................. 4,902.00
Gold ....................................................... 2,040.00
Silver and fractional coin............
324.80
Total
$102,756.83

AMITY

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ...............................................
Undivided profits ..........................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, time. . . .
Cashier’s checks .............................
Total

25,000.00
3,000.00
3,188.52
51,335.13
119.05
20,041.47
72.66

$102,756.83

BANK OF AMITY
Incorporated November 30, 1905. Charter No. 198.

O fficers—W . C . Hays, President; G . W . Tolleson, V ice President; W . H . Olds, Cashier;
Fincher, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . C . Hays, G . W . Tolleson, J. F . Brown, W . S. Watson, W . H . Olds.

B. W .

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured .$ 6,564.00
Loans and discounts, secured . . . 58,128.10
Loans on real estate ................. 8,877.31
Overdrafts ........................................
166.43
Other bonds and secu rities..........
243.99
Furniture and fixtures .............. 1,333.29
Banking house.................................... 3,729.97
Other real estate ............................. 9,761.04
980.78
Items in transit ...............................
Due from non-reserve banks . . .
319.71
Cash items ........................................
173.25
Due from reserve banks................. 16.291.78
Checks on other banks .................
130.66
Currency ........................................... 2,879.00
Gold ....................................................
220.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............
259.78
Total
$110,059.09

AMITY

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ..........................
Individual deposits ......................
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........

$110,059.09

Total

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
Incorporated October 7, 1912. Charter No. 390.

O fficers— Hanson J. Marks, President; S. N . Studdard, V ice
President; J. H . Jarnagin, Cashier.
D irectors— Hanson J. Marks, J. H . Jarnagin, N . W . McLeod,
S.

25,000.00
2,555.45
63,391.05
19,112.59

President;
W . E.

W. W.

Watson,

Vice

Grayson, W . W . Watson,

N . Studdard, G . R. Studdard.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$
Loans and discounts, secured . . .
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house ...............................
Due from reserve b a n k s...............
Checks on other b a n k s...................
Currency ...........................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and fractional coin..............
Other resources ...............................
Total
$



LIABILITIES.
639.00 Capital stock ....................................$
19,471.02 Bills payable .....................................
2.106.21 Individual deposits .........................
3.017.58 Public funds ......................................
5.121.58 Certificates of deposit, demand. . .
210.90 Cashier’s checks.................
1,199.00
80.00
186.02
438.45
Total
$
32,460.76

15,000.00
2,000.00
14,532.87
233.92
600.00
93.97
32,460.76

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ARGENTA

TWIN CITY BANK
Incorporated April 30, 1904. Charter No. 157.

O fficers— M . L . Altheimer, President; Henry
D irectors— M . L . Altheimer, Henry O . Topf,

O . Topf, V ice President; Houston Gean, Cashier.
W . S. Grove, E . L . Stanley, Houston Gean.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . ..$ 11,041.11
Loans and discounts, unsecured . 40,021.16
Loans and discounts, secured... 91.827.40
Loans on real estate ................... 48,472.39
Overdrafts ........................................ 1,091.89
U. S. bonds ...................................... 1,000.00
Bonds to secure postal savings . 5,000.00
Furniture and fixtures................... 6,031.00
Banking house ............................... 20,000.00
Other real e sta te .............................
6,462.37
Cash items ........................................
53.57
Due from reserve banks................. 50.691.42
Currency ........................................... 10,265.00
Gold ...................................
5,490.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............ 2,061.17
Other resources ...............................
100.00
Total
$299,608.48

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ......................................$ 35,000.00
Surplus ................................................ 4,000.00
Undivided profits ............................. 1,645.10
Bills p ayab le...................................... 49,000.00
Individual deposits ........................ 152,513.23
Public funds ...................................... 42,416.83
Due to non-reserve banks ............ 3,344.66
Certificates of deposit,t i me . . . . 11,358.66
Cashier’s checks ...........................
330.00

Total

$299,608.48

ARKADELPHIA

ELK HORN BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated September 28, 1903. Charter No. 142.

O fficers— C . C . Henderson, President; J. S. Cargile, V ice President; R .
W . E . Barkman, Cashier; S. J. Dean, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— C . C . Henderson, J. S. Cargile, R. B. F. Key, J. C . W allis,
E.

B. F . Key, V ice President;

R . A . Stuart, J. W . Cook,
E . Meador, R . H . Green, J. W . Patterson, W . E . Barkman, W . H . Cooper.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured .$306,951.04
Loans and discounts, secured . . . 73,702.21
Loans on real estate ................... 56,316.91
Overdrafts ........................................... 2,045.13
Other bonds and secu rities.......... 6,823.43
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,633.00
Banking house.................................... 9,805.73
Other real estate ............................. 8,600.00
Cash items ........................................ 1,318.62
Due from reserve banks ............ 59,323.16
Currency ............................................. 10,339.00
Gold .................................................... 1,265.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............ 2,325.21
Other resources ............................... 9,629.94
Total
$550,078.38

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .....................................$129,500.00
Surplus ............................................. 30,000.00
Undivided profits ............................. 2,853.66
Bills payable ................................. 15,000.00
Savings deposits ............................. 61,707.01
Individual deposits ........................ 163,584.83
Public funds........................................ 41,844.89
Certificates of deposit, demand . 97,981.62
Cashier’s checks ............................. 2,214.50
5,391.87
Other liabilities .......................
Total

$550,078.38

ARKADELPHIA

MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK
Incorporated June 15, 1911. Charter No. 341.

O fficers— Jas. G . Clark, President; J.
Dougan, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Jas. G . Clark, J. J. Kress,
D.

J. Kress, V ice President; J. W . Bunch, Cashier;

Roy J.

J. W . Bunch, E. M . H all, John B . Browne, E. M . H all,
M cM illan, D r. Jas. C . W allis.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts unsecured. .$ 6,300.00
Loans and discounts, secured... 109,798.25
Loans on real estate........................ 3,500.00
Overdrafts ........................................... 1.350.82
Other bonds and secu rities.......... 1,717.34
Furniture and fixtu res................... 6.583.35
Banking house ................................. 20,151.59
Items in transit ............................. 1,251.87
Cash items ......................................
278.39
Due from reserve banks ............ 39.658.26
Checks on other banks...................
129.87
Currency ........................................... 1,505.00
Gold ..................._............ ....................
155.00
Silver and fractional coin. . . . . . .
761.85
Total ....................: .......................... $193,141.59



LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ......................................$
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable .................................
Individual deposits._........................
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
Cashier’s ch ec k ..................................

Total

66,650.00
4,405.61
25,000.00
83,861.78
12,592.94
631.26

$193,141.59

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ARKANSAS CITY

BANK OF ARKANSAS CITY
Incorporated January 24, 1912. Charter No. 365.

O fficers— Hugh McCain, President; J. P. Fendley, Vice President; V . G .
D irectors— Hugh McCain, C . H . Murphy, J. P. Fendley, V . G . Savage.

Savage, Cashier.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured .$ 14,718.92
Loans and discounts, secured . . 25,686.10
Loans on real e sta te ........................ 14,695.04
Overdrafts ...........................................
35.59
Other bonds and securities . . . . 2,160.05
Furniture and fixtu res................... 2.374.81
452.50
Bills of exchange ........................
Due from non-reservebanks............... 441.64
Due from reserve banks................. 2,973.58
Checks on other b a n k s...................
47.57
Currency ........................................... 2,303.00
165.00
Gold ....................................................
Silver and fractional coin .......... 2,901.21
Total ............................................... $ 68,955.01

L IA B IL IT IE S .

Capital stock .................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Individual d ep osits..........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Cashier’s checks...............................

32,500.00
107.25
2,446.87
26,968.00
6,500.00
432.89

Total ............................................... $ 68,955.01

ARKANSAS CITY

DESHA BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated July 3, 1903. Charter No. 132.

O fficers— H . Thane, President; Joe Demarke, V ice
Cotham, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— H . Thane, Joe Denmarke, J. Bernhardt,
D.

President; W . E . Thompson, Cashier;

J. H .

F . M . Rogers, D . A . Gates, E . O . Johnson,

O . Porter.

Statement of October 31, 1914.
RESO U RCES.

Loans and discounts, demand . . . $ 9,803.47
Loans and discounts, secured. . . . 98,894.44
Loans on real estate ................. 215,904.17
Overdrafts ........................................... 2,277.02
Other bonds and securities............ 71,865.71
Furniture and fixtures .................... 2,220.00
Banking h o u se .................................... 35,000.00
Other real estate .......................... 17,271.14
Bills of exchange ............................. 115,350.69
Due from non-reserve banks . . . 2,000.00
Cash item s...........................................
573.64
Due from reserve b a n k s................. 11.489.00
Checks on other banks .................
54.50
Currency ............................................. 5,499.00
Gold ......................................................
40.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............ 5.405.81
Other resources ............................. 8,362.22
Total ............................................... $602,010.81

ASHDOWN

L IA B IL IT IE S .

Capital stock .....................................$100,000.00
Surplus ................................................ 80,000.00
Undivided profits ..........................’ 28.034.99
Bills payable ...................................... 67,000.00
Notes rediscounted ........................ 62.824.53
Savings deposits ............................. 44,839.17
Trust funds ........................................ 17.966.84
Dividends unpaid ..........................
860.50
Individual deposits ........................ 54,318.10
Public funds ...................................... 111.229.09
Certificates of deposit, tim e..................................32,109.83
Cashier’s checks ............................. 2.827.76

Total ............................................... $602,010.81

ARKANSAS TRUST AND BANKING CO.
Incorporated July 19, 1906. Charter No. 212.

O fficers— J. M . Johnson, President; A .
dent; H . T . Hunt, Cashier; M iller
D irectors— J. M . Johnson, A . T . Beller,

T . Beller, V ice President; W . E . Kinsworthy, V ice Presi­
Johnson, A sst. Cashier.
H . T . Hunt, C . R. Johnson, W . E . Kinsworthy.

Statement of October 31. 1914.
RESOURCES.

Loans and discounts, unsecured .$ 3,125.29
Loans and discounts, secured . . 57,562.15
Loans on real estate ...................... 27.141.95
Overdrafts ........................................
608,84
Other bonds and securities . . 12.824.41
Furniture and fixtures ................. 4,068.40
Other real state ............................... 43,310.88
Cash items ......................................
459.50
Due from reserve banks.................
537.51
Checks on other banks ............... 1,370.78
Currency ........................................... 1,109.00
Gold ....................................................
245.00
Silver and fractional coin ..........
635.78
Other resources ............................. 2,729.64
Total .................................................$155,729.13



L IA B IL IT IE S .

Capital s to c k ......................................$
Bills p ayab le......................................
Savings deposits .............................
Individual d ep osits..........................
Public funds ......................................
Due to reserve b a n k s......................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Cashier’s checks ..........................

65,550.00
21,000.00
1,917.30
42,377.22
18,736.62
572.23
4,909.23
666.53

Total .................................................$155,729.13

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ASH FLAT

BANK OF ASH FLAT
Incorporated February 20, 1912. Charter No. 369.

O fficers— R . E . Semple, President; J. L . Goodman, V ice President; O .
D irectors— R . E . Semple, C . W . Dixon, J. L . Goodman, J. A . Sigler.

U . Sigler, Cashier.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .$
Loans and discounts, secured. . .
Loans on real estate......................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and securities............
Furniture and fixtures......................
Banking house....................................
Cash items ........................................
Due from reserve banks.................
Checks on other banks...................
Currency .............................................
Gold .....................................
Silver and fractional coin............
Other resources ...............................
Total

ATKINS

LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock ....................................$ 5,000.00
Surplus ................................................
800.00
Individual Deposits ....................... 13,175.29
Certificates of deposit, time.......... 3,012.55
Cashier’s checks..............................
228.83

83.00
15,475.56
2,650.22
247.15
7.85
1,088.08
350.00
30.12
359.26
669.74
796.00
155.00
227.36
77.33
22,216.67

Total

22,216.67

BANK OF ATKINS
Incorporated September 19, 1895. Charter No. 35.

O fficers— J. M . Barker, President; Ira Darr, Vice
D irectors— J. M . Barker, Ira Darr, J. E . Darr,

President; J. M . Barker, Cashier.
C . Bell, D . L . Jordan, E . P. Griffin,

W. M.

Lemley.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts, Demand. .$ 1,046.27
Loans and Discounts, Unsecured. 31,119.34
Loans and Discounts, Secured. . . 165,985.12
Loans on Real Estate................. 25,205.33
Overdrafts ........................................
511.20
Other Bonds and Securities.......... 2,345.08
Due from Reserve B a n k s . . . . . . 48,099.54
133.55
Checks on Other Banks.................
Currency .............................................
992.00
Gold ....................................................... 1.547.50
Silver and Fractional Coi n. . . .
571.27
$277,556.20
Total

ATKINS
O fficers— A . J.
Cashier.
D irectors— A . J.

LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock ................................. $ 50,000.00
Surplus . . •......................................... 10.000.00
Undivided F’rofits ........................ 13.977.75
Bills Payable .................................... 40.000.00
Individual Deposits.......................... 135,618.63
Public Funds ............................
1.161.07
Certificates of Deposit, Demand. . 26,798.75
Total

$277,556.20

MERCHANTS AND FARMERS BANK
Incorporated August 3, 1903. Charter No. 137.
McCollum,

President;

W.

A.

Montgomery, Vice

President;

O.

H.

McCollum,

LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided Profits ..........................
Bills Payable . . ..................................
Individual Deposits ........................
Public Funds ....................................
Certificates of Deposit, Tim e..

10,000.00
10,000.00
2,306.12
12,000.00
27,476.21
27.914.07
9,541.80

McCollum, W . A . Montgomery, J. F . Burris, O . H . McCollum.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts, Unsecured.$
Loans and Discounts, Secured. .
Loans on Real Estate.....................
Other Bonds and Securities............
Furniture and Fixtures.................
Due from Non-Reserve Banks. . . .
Cash Item s........................................
Due from1 Reserve Banks..............
Checks on Other Banks..............
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and Fractional Coin..........
Total
$



6,222.50
72,892.77
6,622.19
83.20
1,837.75
500.00
178.38
5.184.91
1.353.18
2,344.00
1.447.50
571.82
99,238.20

Total

$ 99.238.20

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AUGUSTA

BANK OF AUGUSTA AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated February 7, 1891. Charter No. 24.

O fficers— B. A . Fletcher, President; J. F. Summers, V ice President; J. R . Vinson,
dent; I. J. Stacy, Cashier; A . H . Hamilton, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— B. A . Fletcher, J. F. Summers, I. J. Stacy, Ed Roddy, J. H . Dale, W . M .

Vice Presi­

Sale, W . C.
Berry, W . C. Berry, Jr., C . S. Airheart, T . E . Stanley, J. R . Vinson, W . L . Banks, F . W .
Reisinger, D . H . Echols and J . H . Snapp.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts, Secured. .$132,982.84
Loans on Real E state.................... 72.592.43
Overdrafts ........................................
652.83
Other Bonds and Securities. . . .
433.79
Furniture and Fixtures................. 2.873.95
Banking House................................. 3,582.49
Other Real Estate............................
440.96
Due from Non-Reserve Banks. .. 3,050.88
Cash Items ........................................
285.50
Due from Reserve Banks............ 21,422.74
Currency ............................................. 3,919.00
550.00
Gold ...................................
Silver and Fractional Coin............ 1,442.72
Other Resources ............................. 2,682.24
Total
$246,912.37

AUGUSTA

LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Bills P ayab le......................................
Individual Deposits ........................
Public Funds ....................................
Certificates of Deposit, Ti me . . . .
Cashier’s Checks .............................

Total

50,000.00
25,000.00
55.000.00
84.396.52
353.60
32,127.25
35.00

$246,912.37

WOODRUFF COUNTY BANK
Incorporated November 15, 1900. Charter No. 63.

O fficers— R. T . Harville, President; John L . Conner, Vice President; T . E . Bonner,
T.
L . Gardner, A sst. Cashier; J. C . McDonald, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— R. T . Harville, T . E . Bonner, T . L . Gardner, J. L . Conner, W . N . Gregory.

Cashier;

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts, Unsecured.$ 3,430.68
Loans and Discounts, Secured. . 100,056.61
Loans on Real Estate..................... 10,525.00
Overdrafts ...........................................
52.00
Other Bonds and Securities. . . . 1.274.20
Furniture and Fixtures................. 1,000.00
Banking House ................................. 3.000.00
Due from Non-Reserve Banks. . 17.863.55
Cash Item s...........................................
410.58
Due from Reserve Banks.............. 77.149.86
Checks on Other Banks................. 2,501.90
Currency ............................................. 4,493.00
Gold .....................
205.00
Silver and Fractional Coin.......... 4.224.17
$226,186.55
Total

LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock ................................. $ 40,000.00
Surplus ............................................... 15,000.00
Undivided Profits ........................ 1,130.04
Bills Payable .................................... 20,000.00
Individual Deposits ...................... 148,313.52
Certificates of Deposit, Demand. 1,742.99

Total

$226,186.55

BALD KNOB

BALD KNOB STATE BANK
Incorporated November 14, 1904. Charter No. 171.

O fficers— T . J. Campbell, President; George B. Coleman, V ice President; E . R . Wynn,
E. E . Best, A sst. Cashier; George W . LaMar, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— T . J. Campbell, W . H . Davison, George C . Griffith, George B. Coleman, J. W .

Cashier;
Coombe,

J. D . .Brown, E . R . Wynn.

Statement of

RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts, Demand. .$
Loans and Discounts, Unsecured.
Loans and Discounts, Secured..
Loans on Real Estate ...................
Furniture and Fixtures ..............
Banking House .................................
Other Real Estate.............................
Due from Non-Reserve Banks. .
Cash Items ..............
Due from Reserve Banks ............
Currency .............................................
Gold ...................................
Silver and Fractional Coin............
Total .................................................$



270.00
10 214.10
30,224.81
27,842.60
1.915.67
3,612.15
1.774.66
757.13
18.00
8,870.97
977.00
287.50
555.04
87,319.63

31, 1914.

LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock ................................. .$
Surplus ...............................................
Undivided P r o fits.............................
Bills Payable ....................................
Dividends Unpaid.............................
Individual Deposits..........................
Public Funds ....................................
Due to Non-Reserve Banks. . . .
Certificates of Deposit, Time........
Cashier’s Checks .............................

10,000.00
5,469.37
1.021.39
18,000.00
20.00
41,588.14
141.83
6.477.50
3,617.88
983.52

Total .................................................$ 87.319.63

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BANKS

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated July 22, 1907. Charter No. 240.

O fficers— J. C . Bratton, President; J. D . McFarland, V ice President;
D irectors— D . F . W ilson, S. F . Croft, J. D . McFarland, J. C . Bratton,

Andrew V . Smith, Cashier.
S. E . Smith.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts, Unsecured.$
Loans and Discounts, Secured. .
Loans on Real Estate ...................
Overdrafts ........................................
Other Bonds and Securities..........
Furniture and Fixtures...................
Banking House ...............................
Cash Items ........................................
Due from Reserve Banks ............
Checks on Other B a n k s.................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and Fractional Coin..........
Other Resources .............................
Total

2,056.68
3,964.52
16,433.88
64.71
545.00
1,619.35
2,578.86
10.00
1,396.43
142.12
232.00
122.50
66.85
1.657.40
30,890.30

LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Bills Payable .................................... 10,011.44
Individual Deposits ........................ 6,174.80
Public Funds ....................................
28.49
Due to Non-Reserve Banks ..........
241.66
Certificates of Deposit,Tim e.. 2,816.34
Cashier’s Checks .............................
35.84
Other Liabilities ............................. 1,581.73

Total

30,890.30

BARREN FORK

BANK OF BARREN FORK
Incorporated October 30, 1913. Charter No. 425.

O fficers— D r. L. T . Evans, President; S. P. Thompson, Vice President; S. M . McSpadden, Cashier.
D irectors— Dr. L. T . Evans, S. P. Thompson, A . L . Conyers, W . K. McSpadden, A . J. Younger.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts, Demand. .$
Loans and Discounts. Secured. .
Loans on Real Estate........................
Furniture and Fixtures.................
Due from Reserve Banks............
Checks on Other Banks.................
Currency .............................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and Fractional Coin..........
Other Resources ...............................
Total

350.00
8,600.79
2,561.00
930.00
5,297.68
137.06
290.00
75.00
228.36
5.75
18,475.64

LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
258.96
Undivided Profits ..........................
Individual Deposits ........................ 7,599.38
Certificates of Deposit, Tim e..
600.00
Cashier’s Checks .............................
17.30

Total

18,475.64

BATESVILLE

CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated March 30, 1910. Charter No. 304.

O fficers— President, vacant; W . P. Jones, Vice President;
D irectcrs— W . P. Jones, I. N . Barnett, T . J. Walbert, H .

Paxton Thomas, Cashier; H . M . Ken-

C . Wade, R . C . Dorr, W . B. Knight,
J. E. Sherrill, Chas. F . Cole.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
$ 1,668.50
Loans and Discounts, Unsecured. 14,617.20
Loans and Discounts, Secured. , 129.847.05
29.114.83
Overdrafts ........................................
143.99
Other Bonds and Securities
824.55
900.00
Furniture and Fixtures..............
390.08
Items in Transit ..........................
10.00
Cash Items ......................................
Due from Reserve Banks.......... 19,755.65
842.11
Checks on Other Banks..............
5,330.00
Currency ...........................................
1,115.00
Gold ....................................................
1,563.12
Silver and Fractional Coin. . .
,$206,122.08



LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock ................................. .$ 50,000.00
Surplus .............................................
7.000.00
Undivided F'rofits .....................
2,033.44
Bills Payable ........................'. . . . . 12,500.00
Notes Rediscounted ......................
8.859.60
Savings Deposits ..........................
960.28
Individual Deposits ..................... . 107,754.08
Certificates of Deposit, Time. . 16,957.28
50.00
Certified Checks ..........................
Cashier’s Checks ..........................
7.40

Total ............................................. .$206,122.08

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BATESVILLE

UNION BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated January 6, 1911. Charter No. 329.

O fficers— D . D . Adams, President; E . H . Glenn, V ice President; J. C .
C.
D . Metcalf, Cashier; Albert Sims, Secretary.
D irectors— D . D . Adams, J. C . Fitzhugh, Jeffery Dixon, J. C . Hall, M .
S.

Fitzhugh, V ice President;
C . W eaver, E . H . Glenn,

M . Casey, C . C . Fitzhugh, C . W . Maxfield, J. W . Williamson.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts, D em and..$ 2,000.00
Loans and Discounts, Unsecured 52,808.96
Loans and Discounts, Secured. . 191,728.24
Loans on Real Estate .............. 46,688.16
Overdrafts ........................................
575.72
Other Bonds and Securities............ 6,093.31
Furniture and F ix tu res................. 5.068.72
Items in Transit............................... ' 3,872.38
Due from Non-Reserve Banks. . .
157.45
Cash Items ........................................ 2.059.42
Due from1 Reserve Banks............ 19,957.06
Checks on Other Banks................. 1,015.87
Currency ........................................... 5,388.00
Gold .................................................... 1.511.50
Silver and Fractional Coin.......... 1,533.55
Other Resources ...............................
47.20
Total ............................................... $340,505.54

BAUXITE

LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock .............. .....................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided Profits ........................
Bills Payable ....................................
Notes Rediscounted ........................
Savings Deposits .............................
Individual Deposits ........................
Public Funds ....................................
Due to Non-Reserve Banks . . . .
Certificates of Deposit, Ti me . . . .
Cashier’s Checks .............................

50,000.00
10,000.00
4,620.06
10,000.00
33,000.00
17,322.82
96,211.42
61,018.40
30.963.67
26,844.62
524.55

Total ............................................... $340,505.54

BANK OF BAUXITE
Incorporated December 4, 1906. Charter No. 224.

O fficers— A . B. Banks, President; J. H .
D irectors— A . B. Banks, J. H . Meek, J.

Meek, Vice President; T . E . Howell, Cashier.
R . Hampton.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts, Demand. .$
Loans and Discounts, Unsecured
Loans and Discounts, Secured. .
Loans on Real Estate.....................
Overdrafts ........................................
Other Bonds and S ecu rities....
F\irniture and Fixtures...................
Cash Items ........................................
Due from Reserve Banks.................
Currency .............................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and Fractional Coin ..........
Total

BAY

1,428.50
136.05
23,045.65
3,292.00
5.48
166.75
968.93
47.38
2.066.53
2,565.00
230.00
273.06
34,225.33

LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock ....................................$
Undivided Profits ..........................
Bil's Payable ....................................
Individual Deposits ......................
Certificates of Deposit, Ti me . . . .

Total

10,000.00
950.09
2,500.0o
17,391.09
3,384.15

34,225.33

BANK OF BAY
Incorporated May 20, 1909. Charter No. 279.

O fficers— J. E. Crawford, President; S. T . Ray, Vice President; H . E . Lathrop,
D irectors— J. E. Crawford, S. T , Ray, C . E . Robinson, C . M . Lutterloh.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts, Secured. .$
Furniture and Fixtures.................
Banking House ...............................
Due from Reserve Banks..........
Currency .............................................
Silver and Fractional Coin..........
Other Resources ...............................
Total
$



Cashier.

16,372.04
1,423.53
2,071.65
2,273.52
232.00
235.54
960.19
23,568.47

LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock ....................................$
Undivided Profits ..........................
Bills Payable ....................................
Individual Deposits ........................
Certificates of Deposit, Ti me . . . .
Other Liabilities .............................
Total

10,000.00
95.69
7.500.00
4,798.94
100.00
1,073.84

$ 23,568.47

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BEARDEN

BANK OF BEARDEN
Incorporated October 22, 1902. Charter No. 100.

O fficers— J. A . Gatling, President; Stewart
President; W . M . Gatling, Jr., Cashier.
D irectors— J. F . Anthony, D . S. Fike, J. A .

Gammill, Vice President; J. P. Harper, Second Vice
Gatling, W . O . J. Gatling, W . M . Gatling, Jr., F . A .

Storey, J. F . Sloan.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts, Demand. .$
Loans and Discounts, Unsecured.
Loans and Discounts, Secured. .
Loans on Real Estate......................
Overdrafts ........................................
Other Bonds and Securities..........
Furniture and Fixtures .................
Banking House ...............................
Other Real Estate ........................
Due from Non-Reserve B anks..
Due from Reserve Banks..............
Checks on Other B a n k s.................
Currency ..............................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and Fractional Coi n. . . .
Total .............................................. $

BEARDEN

LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock .................................... $
Surplus ................................................
Undivided P r o fits............................
Bills Payable ....................................
Individual Deposits ......................
Public Funds .................................
Certificates of Deposit, Time. . . .
Cashier’s Checks ............................

1,700.00
10,269.51
26,887.90
3.168.37
691.99
244.85
872.57
1,500.00
93.46
535.90
3.910.44
1,522.42
3,000.00
197.50
606.88
55,201.79

Total

15,000.00
2 , 000.00
1.265.63
5,000.00
24.557.21
568.79
6,671.56
138.60

55,201.79

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
Incorporated January 17, 1913. Charter No. 400.

O fficers— W . C . Ribenack, President; A . F .
dent; J. D . Shearer, Gashier.
D irectors— W . C . Ribenack, A . F . Jordan, B.

Jordan, Vice President;

J. H . Beland, V ice Presi­

F . Gray, C . S. McCain, J. H . Beland.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts, Unsecured.$
Loans and Discounts, Secured. .
Loans on Real Estate .................
Overdrafts ........................................
Other Bonds and Securities . . . .
Furniture and Fixtures .................
Banking House ...............................
Cash Items ......................................
Due from Reserve Banks ............
Checks on Other Banks..............
Currency .............................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and Fractional Coin ..........
Other Resources ...............................
$
Total

BEEBE
O fficers— M .
President;
D irectors— E.
C.

1,149.13
21,632.28
14.096.30
126.11
686.61
2,070.00
6,167.58
4.55
4.427.52
44.90
440.00
285.00
621.01
93.07
51,844.06

LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock......................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided FTofits ..........................
Bills Payable ....................................
Individual Deposits ........................
Certificates of Deposit, T im e..
Cashier’s Checks ...............................

Total

15 000.00
300.00
37.55
5,000.00
25,939.31
5,528.15
39.05

51,844.06

BANK OF BEEBE
Incorporated March 6, 1896. Charter No. 39.

Strickland, Jr., President; F . D . Worthington, V ice President; C . A . Price, Vice
N . H . Strickland, Cashier.
S. Olmstead, G . H . M ills, S. M . Worthington, M . Strickland, F . D . Worthington,
A . Price, N . H . Strickland.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . $ 4,896.15
Loans and discounts, unsecured . 3.897.42
Loans and discounts, secured . . 60,713.43
Loans on real estate ................... 16.996.17
Overdrafts ........................... ...........
936.55
Other bonds and securities . .
22.80
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2.150.00
Other real estate .......................... 3,000.00
Due from non-reserve banks . .
52.67
Cash items ......................................
26.79
Due from reserve banks .......... 10.492.86
Checks on other banks ..........
122.92
Currency ........................................... 2.862.00
Gold ....................................................
27.50
Silver and fractional coin............ 1.038.27
Other resources ............................ 2,177.05
$109,412.58
Total



LIABILITIES.
Cap'tal stock......................................$
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ......................
Pub 15c funds ..................................
Certificates of deposit, demand..
Cashier’s checks .............................

Total

25,000.00
17.000.00
54.876.49
577.80
11,308.62
649.67

$109,412.58

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BEEBE

FARMERS STATE BANK
Incorporated January 6, 1909. Charter No. 268.

O fficers— R. W . Cochran, President; T . F . Burton, First V ice President; R . M . Renaker,
V ice President; C . W . Renaker, Cashier; J. T . McIntosh, A sst. Cashier.
Directors— R . W . Cochran, W . L . Westbrook, R . M . Renaker, T . F . Burton, C . C . Bailey.

Second

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. .. $ 6,022.05
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 7,812.96
Loans and discounts, secured .. 42,980.72
Loans on real estate .............. 8,269.00
Overdrafts .......................
207.85
Other bonds and secu rities...........
34.70
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,400.00
Banking house ................................. 2,000.00
Due from reserve banks ............ 5,274.18
Checks on other banks ..........
74.65
CVirrency ........................................... 1,526.00
Gold ...................................
185.00
Silver and fractional coin ..........
899.27
Other resources ............................... 1.293.22
Total ............................................... $ 78,979.60

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .....................................
Bills payable............... 22,500.00
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, t i me . . . .
Certificates for money borrowed .
Cashier’s checks .............................

10,000.00
3,264.65
33,289.24
4,749.50
5,000.00
176.21

Total ............................................... $ 78,979.60

BELLEVILLE

BELLEVILLE BANK
Incorporated January 6 , 1905. Charter No. 176.

Officers— W . G . Page, President;
D irectors— F . C . Jones, H . W .

F. C . Jones, V ice President; T . L . McCormick, Cashier.
Melton, B. T . Brown.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand ...$
693.34
Loans and discounts, unsecured..
1,000.00
Loans and discounts, secured .. . 5,455.15
792.24
Loans on real estate............
Overdrafts ........................................
250.07
Furniture and fixtu res....... 1,766.29
Banking house ................................. 1,012.95
Due form reserve banks .......... 5,176.50
Currency .............................................
919.00
Gold ....................................................
360.00
Silver and fractional coin ..........
682.20
Other resources .............................
15.39
Total
18,123.13

BENTON

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $ 5,000.00
Undivided profits .............................
27.73
Individual deposits ........................ 11,475.27
Certificates of deposit, time . . .
527.00
Other liabilities ............................... 1,093.13

Total

18,123.13

BANK OF BENTON
Incorporated November 1, 1911. Charter No. 355.

Officers— J. S. Cargile, President; E . Y . Stinson, First V ice President; W . N . McCray,
V ice President; M . F. Scott, Cashier; C . C . Baldauf, A sst. Cashier.
Directors— J. S. Cargile, E . Y . Stinson, W . A . Utley, W . N . McCray, George Hughes,

Second
J. W .

Ashby, E . A . Parker, R . Thomas, M . F . Scott.

Statement of October 31, 1914.
R ESO U RCES.

Loans and discounts, demand . $ 2,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured . 17,531.35
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 43,042.18
Loans on real estate ...................... 13,000.00
Overdrafts ...........................................
385.07
Other bonds and securities . . . . 1,225.00
Furniture and fix tu res................... 2,827.65
Due from non-reserve banks . . . 14,565.30
Cash items ........................................
468.19
Due from reserve banks ............ 8.720.12
Checks on other banks .............. 1,125.46
Currency ............................................. 1.353.00
Gold . . ................................................ 3 415.00
Silver and fractional coin . . . . 1,016.47
Total .................................................$110,674.79



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .............................................
Undivided profits.............................
Bills payable .................................
Notes rediscounted ........................
Individual deposits ......................
Certificates of deposit, demand . .
Cashier’s checks .............................

25,000.00
400.00
1,646.86
6,000.00
1,325.00
75,220.61
1,002.32
80.00

Total .................................................$110,674.79

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FIRST STATE BANK
Incorporated September 10, 1909. Charter No. 286.

O fficers— E . C . Pickens, President; Rex W . Peel, Vice President; E . R . Berry, Cashier.
D irectors— E . C . Pickens, Rex W . Peel, D . R . Dickson, F . G . Lindsey, J. D . Bryan, W . E .

Jackson.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Undivided profits ..........................
133.25
Savings deposits .....................
25.76
Individual deposits ........................ 6,658.23
17,473.25
Public funds .....................
Certificates of deposit, time . 4,011.14

.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . $ 3,155.50
Loans and discounts, unsecured . 9,459.00
Loans and discounts, secured . . 3,455.13
Loans on real estate ...................... 6,950.00
Overdrafts ..............................
30.00
Other bonds and securities.........
573.92
Due from reserve banks ............ 13,446.15
Checks on other banks .................
111.53
Currency .............................................
407.00
Gold ..................
280.00
Silver and fractional c o in
433.40
Total ............................................... $ 38,301.63

Total ...........................................38,301.63

BERRYVILLE

PEOPLES BANK
Incorporated June 22, 1904. Charter No. 159.

O fficers— J. W . Freeman, President; J. E . Reynolds, Vice President;
J. T . Champlin, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. W . Freeman, J. E . Reynolds, R . E . Norris, J. T . Champlin,
F.

O . Butt, W . C . Davis, J. M .

R . E . N orris,

Cashier;

A . S. Bobo, J. R . Neff,

Poynor.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured . $
Loans and discounts, secured . .
Other bonds and securities ..........
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house .................................
Due from reserve banks ............
Checks on other banks ..............
Currency .............................................
Gold ...................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Total ............................................... $

BIGELOW

3,050.00
64,479.74
184.61
1,600.00
3,300.00
8,936.89
79.09
1.957.00
200.00
660.30
84,447.63

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ..................................
Individual deposits ........................
Pubilc funds................................. .. .
Due to reserve banks . .................
Certificates of deposit, time . . .

25,000.00
625.00
1,183.70
10,000.00
36,596.67
1,082.03
288.43
9,671.80

Total ............................................... $ 84,447.63

BIGELOW STATE BANK
Incorporated December 9, 1908. Charter No. 265.

O fficers— C . L . Sailor, President; W . I. Blackwell, V ice President; Chas.
George Vollman, Cashier.
Directors— C . L . Sailor, W . I. Blackwell, Chas. Davidson, George Vollman.

Secretary;

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .............................................
Bills payable ....................................
Savings deposits .............................
Individual deposits ......................
Public funds ............. .......................
Certificates of deposit, time . . .
Cashier’s checks .............................

10,000.00
4.000.00
5,050.00
5,107.12
35,075.25
22,868.21
2,104.33
445.56

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . .$
Loans and discounts, unsecured .
Loans and discounts, secured. .
Loans on real estate ...................
Overdrafts ........................................
Other bonds and secu rities..........
Furniture and fixtu res...................
Banking house .................................
Other real estate .............................
Cash items ........................................
Due from reserve banks ..........
Currency .............................................
Gold .....................................
Silver and fractional coin............
Other resources ...............................
Total ................................................$



Davidson,

6,275.00
1,743.71
29,436.49
15,216.16
866.94
1.108.19
2.549.45
1,017.88
11,765.72
871.69
3,788.33
713.00
185.00
671.58
8,441.33
84,650.47

Total .................................................$ 84,650.47

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RIGGERS

BANK OF BIGGERS
Incorporated October 31, 1903. Charter No. 145.

O fficers— S. C . Tipton, President; B. F . Bigger, Vice President; Sam E . Babb, Cashier.
D irectors— S. C . Tipton, B. F . Bigger, Tom Bigger, George Bigger, W . A . Krimminger.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured $ 19,044.81
Loans on real estate ................... 6,708.15
Furniture and fixtures ................. 1,832.45
Banking house ............................... 3,787.50
Cash items ........................................
52.15
Due from reserve banks .......... 10.876.78
Checks on other banks ..............
4.00
Currency ............................................. 1,371.00
Gold ....................................................
82.50
Silver and fractional coin . . . .
184.73
Other resources ............................... 2.102.93
Total ............................................... $ 46,047.00

BLACK OAK

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ...............................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, time . ..
Cashier’s checks ..........................

10,000.00
2,400.00
1,533.93
12,000.00
19,711.66
362.66
38.75

Total ............................................... $ 46,047.00

BANK OF BLACK OAK
Incorporated July 18, 1912. Charter No. 383.

O fficers— T . M . M erritt, President; J. A .
D irectors— H . W . Graham, J. A . Harrison,

Harrison, Vice President; Robert Braden, Cashier.
J. C . Chrisco, T . M . M erritt, Robert Braden.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured $
Overdrafts ........................................
Furniture and fixtures .................
BSankirig house >.............................
Cash items ........................................
Due from1 reserve banks ..........
Currency .............................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and fractional coin ..........
Other resources.................................
Total ............................................... $

10,089.08
67.94
1,531.40
2,257.50
26.34
4.102.28
1,726.00
85.00
528.43
523.40
20,937.37

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .............. .................. $ 6,950.00
Bills payable ................................. 4,000.00
Individual deposits _...................... 9,985.87
Certificates of deposit, time . . .
1.50

Total ............................................... $ 20,937.37

BLACK ROCK

BANK OF BLACK ROCK
Incorporated October 14, 1892. Charter No. 298.

O fficers— C . H . Martin, President; L . B. Poindexter, V ice President; E. L .
Directors— C . H . Martin, L . B . Poindexter, Clay Sloan, A . W . W illiam s.

Pyle, Cashier.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured $ 11,937.61
Loans and discounts, secured . . 44.813.81
Loans on real estate ................. 11,333.00
Overdrafts ........................................
118.78
Furniture and fixtures .............. 1,300.00
Banking house ............................... 3,000.00
Other real estate ..........................
700.00
Cash items ........................................
43,54
Due from reserve banks ............ 5,408.29
Checks on other banks .................
282.12
Currency ............................................. 1,257.00
Gold .......................................................
135.00
Silver and fractional coin...............
984.42
Other resources ............................. 1,686.14
Total .................................................$ 82,999.71



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $
Surplus ...............................................
Undivided profits ..........................
Bills payable ....................................
Savings deposits ..........................
Individual deposits ......................
Due to reserve banks ...................
Certificates of deposit, time . . .
Cashier’s checks ..........................

10,500.00
6,530.00
125.34
20,000.00
20.10
38,678.91
833.45
6,083.76
228.15

Total ................. ...............................$ 82,999.71

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BANK OF BLEVINS
Incorporated August 12, 1912. Charter No. 385.

O fficers— P. C . Stephens, President;
Directors— P. C . Stephens, Thos. C .

Thos. C . McRae, Sr., Vice President; J. D . Stephens, Cashier.
McRae, Sr., W . V . Tompkins, H . M . Stephens.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured .$
Loans and discounts, secured. . .
Overdrafts ........................................
Other bonds and securities ..........
Furniture and fixtures ............
Banking house .................................
Due from non-reserve hanks . . .
Due from reserve banks ..........
Checks on other banks ..............
Currency ............................; .............
Silver and fractional coin . . . .
Other resources .............................
Total

500.00
28,008.13
35.57
25.50
1,601.73
3,474.06
52.15
2.569.90
1,231.02
385.00
174.81
39.50
38,097.37

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits ..........................
Bills p ayab le......................................
Individual d ep osits..........................
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
Cashier’s c h eck s...............................

Total

15,000.00
500.00
1,117.00
10,000.00
10,085.71
1,234.00
160.66

38,097.37

BLYTHEVILLE

BANK OF BLYTHEVILLE
Incorporated July 12, 1900. Charter No. 60.

O fficers— J. G . Sudbury, President; W . W . Hollipeter, V ice President; John F . W ilhite,
President; R . H . W ilhite, Cashier; W . O . Anthony, A sst. Cashier.
Directors— W . W . Hollipeter, A . M . Butt, T . J. Mahan, John F . W ilhite, J. G . Sudbury.

Vice

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand .$ 9,740.00
Loans and discounts, secured . . 162,184.91
Loans on real estate ...................... 61,603.65
Overdrafts ........................................ 1.474.87
Furniture and fixtures ................. 3.000.00
Banking house ................................. 9,000.00
Other real estate .......................... 3.000.00
Cash items .........................
697.80
Due from reserve b a n k s................. 17.216.02
Checks on other banks ................. 2.303.20
Currency ........................................... 4.712.00
Gold ........................................
290.00
Silver and fractional coin . . . .
944.50
Other resources ..........................
590.51'
Total .............................................$276,757.46

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 40,000.00
Surplus ................................................ 10,000.00
Bills payable ................................. 50,000.00
Individual deposits ...................... 128,254.88
Public funds ...................................... 3.890.22
Certificates of deposit, time . . . 19,612.36
Certificates for money borrowed . 25,000.00

Total ............................................. $276,757.46

BLYTHEVILLE

FARMERS BANK
Incorporated March 16, 1908. Charter No. 253.

O fficers— B . F . Gay, President; Henman Cross, V ice
Sanders, A sst. Cashier.
Directors— B. F . Gay, Henman Cross, B. A . Lynch, S.

R. M .

C . Coston.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. .$ 2,891.41
Loans and discounts, secured . . 81,919.03
Overdrafts ........................................
33.56
Furniture and fixtures .............. 2.367.17
Other real estate .......................... 2,883.24
Due from reserve banks ............ 7.993.33
Checks on other banks ................. 2,441.03
Currency ...........................................
2,498.00
Gold .......................................................
20.00
Silver and fractional coin .......... 3.511.59
Other resources................................. 6,443.43
Total
$113,001.79



President; J. L . Russell, Cashier;

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $
Bills payable ......................................
Individual d ep osits..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, time . . .
Other liabilities ...............................

Total

15,000.00
46,101.24
39,009.63
9.913.94
601.75
2.375.23

$113,001.79

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BLYTHEVILLE

PEOPLES BANK
Incorporated January 15, 1910. Charter No. 296.

O fficers— Clyde Robinson, President; Lee Hunter, Vice
A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Clyde Robinson, J. A . M ott, Fay M ott, M .

President; J. A . M ott, Cashier; Fay M ott,
M ott, Lee Hunter.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured , $
Loans and discounts, secured . .
Loans on real estate ...................
Overdrafts ........................................
Other bonds and secu rities..........
Ffirniture and fixtu res...................
Bills of exchange . . . 1...................
Cash ite m s..........................................
Due from reserve b an k s.................
Checks on other b a n k s...................
Currency .................
Gold ......................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Other resources ...............................
Total

BONANZA

2,443.14
36,639.35
23.438.22
923.24
228.51
3.222.91
235.00
668.84
15,901.68
789.22
2,197.00
85.00
317.38
658.10
87,747.59

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock......................................$
Surplus ................................................
Bills payable .................................
Individual d ep osits..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ..........
Cashier’s checks ..........................

Total

25.000.00
2.000.00
20,000.00
25,785.65
13.951.39
900.00
110.55

$ 87,747.59

FIRST STATE BANK
Incorporated July 6, 1908. Charter No. 259.

O fficers— L . C . Smith, President; John C.
D irectors— L . C. Smith, John C. Gardner,

Gardner, Vice President; Solon F . W ilder, Cashier.
W . M . Woodson.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured .$
Loans and discounts, secured . .
Loans on real e sta te ........................
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house .................................
Other real estate .............................
Cash items ........................................
Due from reserve banks ..........
Currency ...........................................
Gold ......................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Total

600.00
9,125.26
3.338.00
1,000.00
2,000.00
146.51
170.50
5,514.76
831.00
90.00
366.12
23,.182.15

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 5,000.00
Surplus .................................................
500.00
Undivided profits.............................
391,68
Bills payable ......................................
203.08
Individual deposits ........................ 11,259.03
Public funds .................................... 1,390.63
Certificates of deposit, demand. . 4,437.73
Total

23,182.15

BOONEVILLE

BANK OF BOONEVILLE
Incorporated April 24, 1899. Charter No. 50.

O fficers— J. W . Stanfield, President; G . J. Murphy, Vice President;
Barlow, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. W . Stanfield, G . J. Murphy, J. L . Green, A . T . Barlow,

O.

L . L . Green.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .$ 10,931.82
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 66,128.85
Loans on real estate........................ 5,724.45
Overdrafts ................
16.90
Other bonds and securities.......... 4,686.37
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,200.00
Banking house ................................. 5,000.00
Due from reserve banks................. 8,811.26
Checks on other banks...................
131.07
Currency ............................................. 1,204.00
Gold .......................................................
15.00
Silver and fractional coin............... 1,024.89
Other resources ...............................
8.39
T o ta l................................................... $104,883.00



L . L . Green, Cashier; J.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, ti me. . .
Cashier’s checks .............................

25,000.00
10,000.00
1,136.22
12,000.00
48,115.14
7,776.52
855.12

Total .................................................$104,883.00

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CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated April 18, 1910. Charter No. 397.

O fficers— John C . Cotner, President; M attie
M attie Edwards, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— John C. Cotner, W . P. Fields, C.

Edwards, V ice President; Chas. X . Williams, Cashier;
P. Radford, Ed Westmoreland, W . L . Shamblee, M attie

Edwards.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..$
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .
Loans and discounts, secured. . .
Loans on real estate ......................
Overdrafts ...........................................
U. S. bonds ......................................
Other bonds and securities..........
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house .................................
Due from reserve banks..............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin............
Other resources.......................
Total

BRADFORD

4,667.99
315.00
11,494.20
46.206.69
3.768.25
1,131.68
1,083.50
1.500.00
4,000.00
7.943.73
257.61
780.00
400.00
600.86
1.600.77
85,750.28

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ......................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits ..........................
Bills payable . ..................................
Individual deposits .....................
Public funds ......................................
Due to non-reserve banks...............
Certificates of deposit, tim e...........
Cashier’s c h eck s...............................

Total

25,000.00
4,000.00
2,904.36
16,500.00
27,435.34
8.142.61
400.50
976.00
391.47

85,750.28

BANK OF BRADFORD
Incorporated January 11. 1911. Charter No. 330.

O fficers— G . H . Davis, President; T .
D irectors— G . H . Davis, C . N . Finn,

W . Finn, V ice President; C . N . Finn, Cashier.
T . W . Finn.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .$
Loans and discounts, secured. .
Loans on real estate...................
Overdrafts ........................................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ...............................
Other real estate ..........................
Due from reserve banks..............
Currency ..........................................
Silver and fractional coin............
Other resources .............................
Total ............................................... $

BRADLEY

2,106.15
2,006.10
4,270.35
36.59
1,146.00
1,750.00
220.00
814.83
580.00
187.68
57.68
13,175.38

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ........................ ............$ 5,000.00
Undivided profits ............ ............
93.21
Bills payable ...................... ............ 2.500.00
Individual deposits .......... ............ 5,411.26
Cashier’s c h eck s................. ............
170.91

Total .................................................$ 13,175.38

BANK OF BRADLEY
Incorporated June 19, 1912. Charter No. 381

O fficers— J. H . Meek, President; J. B. Burton, V ice
D irectors— J. H . Meek, J. B. Burton, E . H . Randle,

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . .$
54.25
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 100.00
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 37,700.93
Loans on real estate ...................... 4,465.79
Overdrafts ...........................................
313.21
Furniture and fixtures ................. 1,208.82
Banking house ................................. 2.136.25
Due from reserve banks ............ 5,673.39
Currency .............................................
455.00
Silver and fractional coin....
224.72
Other resources ...............................
565.33
$ 52,897.69
Total



President; J. W . Meek, Jr., Cashier.
W . A . M cGee, Joe A llen.

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ......................................$ 15,000.00
Undivided profits .............................
872.66
Bills payable...................................... 20.000.00
Individual deposits ........................ 16,477.76
Due to non-reserve banks............
68.87
Cashier’s checks ...............................
478.40

Total

$ 52,897.69

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BRANCH

BANK OF BRANCH
Incorporated March 18, 1909. Charter No. 274.

O fficers— J. S. Cotner, President; S. P. Gammill, Vice
D irectors— J. S. Cotner, S. P. Gammill, G . M . Hopkins,

President; H . E . Council, Cashier.
Lee G . King, T . E. Riley.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$ 3,277.85
Loans and discounts, secured. . 20,336.91
118.20
Other bonds and securities............
Furniture and fixtures ................. 1.623.70
Banking h o u se.................................... 2,500.00
Other real estate ..........................
800.00
Due from reserve banks.............. 3,361.86
Currency ............................................. 1,209.00
Gold ...............................................' . . .
185.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............
192.18
Other resources . .'..........................
476.84
T o ta l..................................................$ 34,081.54

BRINKLEY

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ......................................$ 11,800.00
Bills payable .................................... 6,000.00
Individual d ep osits.......................... 16,049.90
Public funds .....................
114.88
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
111.16
Cashier’s checks ...............................
5.60

Total ............................................... $ 34,081.54

BANK OF BRINKLEY
Incorporated January 17, 1903. Charter No. 110.

O fficers— Andrew Flora, President; James Gunn, Sr.,
F . Lee M ajor, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Andrew Flora, James Gunn, Frank Andrews,

V ice

President;

F.

H.

Ford,

Cashier;

Henry W olf, I. Scholem, G . Otis Bogle,
John G azzola, F . T . Murphy, E . D . McKnight, W . L . Freeman, F . H . Ford.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . ..$ 13,622.47
Loans and discounts, unsecured . 40,744.55
Loans and discounts, secured . . 34,110.60
Loans on real estate ...................... 31,831.95
Other bonds and secu rities......... 2,111.28
Furniture and fixtures.... 2,754.39
Banking hou se..................... 10,500.00
Other real estate ............................. 11.472.41
715.65
Cash item s............................
Due from reserve banks ............... 8,766.42
Checks on other banks .................
47.33
Currency ............................................. 2,156.00
Gold .......................................................
310.00
Silver and fractional coin.. 2,207.71
Other resources ...............................
280.50
Total
$161,631.26

BRINKLEY

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Dividends unpaid .............................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Cashier’s checks .............................

$161,631.26

Total

MONROE COUNTY b a n k
Incorporated April 13, 1889. Charter No. 8.

O fficers— C . F . Greenlee, President; M . R . Stimson,
Clyde Mitchell, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— C . F. Greenlee, Benjamin Emmons, Adolph
M.

25,000.00
12,500.00
301.92
40,000.00
32.50
55,556.12
809.52
27,357.50
73.70

V ice President;

J. S. Mitchell, Cashier;

Goldberg, W m . B. Folsom, J. S. Mitchell,
R . Stimson, John C . Blessing, L . K. Brown, Elmo Chaney.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d ...$ 2,455.49
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 7,667.56
Loans and discounts, secured. . 44,032.81
Loans on real estate ...................... 44,601.25
Overdrafts ...........................................
218.01
Other bonds and securities.......... 2,904.16
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,081.42
Items in. transit ...............................
1.63
Cash items .........................................
83.30
Due from reserve b a n k s............... 10,130.27
Checks on other banks .................
71.15
Currency ........................................... 1.863.00
G o ld .................................................................. 160.00
601.19
Silver and fractional coin ..........
Total ................................................. $116,871.24



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits .............................
Notes rediscounted ........................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, t i me . . . .
Cashier’s checks .............................

20,000.00
1,974.89
33,300.00
45,148.33
16,348.52
99.50

Total ................................................. $116,871.24

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BROOKLAND

BANK OF BROOKLAND
Incorporated July 12, 1909. Charter No. 283.

O fficers— H . A . Jones, President; G . R . Groves, Vice President; J. H . Roberts, Cashier; H . P.
Jones, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— H . A . Jones, W . T . Lane, J. H . Roberts, G . R . Groves, F . M . M ayes, J. S. Dickson,
Frank

Nisbett.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . . $
Loans and discounts, unsecured.
Loans and discounts, secured. . .
Loans on real estate ......................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and secu rities..........
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house .................................
Due from reserve b a n k s.................
Currency .............................................
Geld .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ..........
Other resources ...............................
Total

BUCKNER

490.04
796.02
30,669.46
2,419.42
657.82
130.75
1,850.00
1,000.00
2,626,35
230.00
165.00
95.17
430.83
41,560.86

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
P>ills p ayab le......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, time..........
Other liabilities ...............................

14,800.00
2,112.50
339.18
7,500.00
13,666.02
3,075.23
67.93

Total

41,560.86

LAFAYETTE COUNTY BANK
Incorporated May 27, 1910. Charter No. 311.

O fficers— J. D . Bourland, President; B. F .
W . C . Flowers, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. D . Bourland, B. F . Hanson, J.

Hanson, Vice President;

John M .

Bolger,

Cashier;

D . Hanson, W . M . N ix , B. C . Burns.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d e m a n d ....$ 360.77
L o an s a n d d isco u n ts, s e c u r e d ... 32 ,8 4 9 .7 0
Loans on real estate ...................... 6,483.37
Overdrafts ...........................................
544.21
Other bonds and securities..........
33.60
Furniture and fixtures ................. 1,500.00
Banking house ................................. 1,400.00
Due from reserve banks ............... 2,516.49
Currency . , ........................................ 3,294.00
Gold .......................................................
140.00
Silver and fractional coin ..........
367.74
Other resources ...............................
776.72
Total ................................................$ 50,266.60

CABOT

10,0,00.00
2 ,5 0 0 .0 0
9,000.00
6,125.00
16,660.85
68.11
5,800.00
112.64

Total ................................................$ 50,266.60

BANK OF CABOT
Incorporated March 23, 1903. Charter No. 120.

O fficers— George P. Murrell, President;
C.
B. Beasley. Asst. Cashier.
Directors— O . H . Davis, R . A . Stovall, J.
A.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Bills payable......................................
Notes rediscounted...........................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Cashier’s c h ec k s...............................
S u rp lu s ........................................................

M . W . Bodie, V ice President;

O . H . Beasley, Cashier;

F . See, W . M . Edwards, J. C. Alexander, J. E . Gregory,
Poston, George P. Murrell, M . W . Bodie.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured. . .$ 87,226.45
Loans on real e sta te ........................ 8,537.50
Overdrafts ...........................................
740.49
Furniture and fixtures ................. 1,600.00
Banking house ................................. 3,500.00
Cash items .........................................
22.00
Due from reserve banks................. 3,838.02
Currency .............................................
468.00
Gold .......................................................
75.00
Silver and fractional coin ............ 1,874.41
$107,881.87
Total



LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual d ep o sits.....................
Certificates of deposit, tim e........
Cashier’s c h ec k s...............................
Other liabilities, cash over.........
Total

30,000.00
2,500.00
687.42
26,500.00
37,424.85
10,305.23
424.45
39.92

$107,881.87

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CALICO ROCK

STATE BANK OF CALICO ROCK
Incorporated May 1, 1914. Charter No. 439.

O fficers— E. C . Parsons, President; T .
Oscar Wyatt, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— E. C. Parsons, J. T . Garner,

E.

Milburn,

V ice

President;

E.

C.

Rodman,

Cashier;

R . H . Wayland, S. L . Guthrie, T . E . Milburn, Jeffery

Dixon, E. O . Arnold.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...$
Loans on real estate ......................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house .................................
Other real estate .............................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks .................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Total

CAMDEN

49,819.69
219.90
253.28
3,161.27
4,389.82
2,400.00
19,214.60
66.50
3,101.00
755.00
1,601.88
84,982.94

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $
Surplus .............................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ...................................
Certificates of deposit, t i me . . . .

25,000.00
2,500.00
2,040.51
10,000.00
43,770.63
484.82
1,186.98
84,982.94

Total

MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK
Incorporated December 1, 1903. Charter No. 147.

O fficers— T . J. W atts, President; Ed Harper, V ice President; T . P. Lester, V ice President; B. C.
Powell, Cashier; W . T . Reynolds, A sst. Cashier.
Directors— T . J. Watts, T . P. Lester, N . S. W ord, H . S. Powell, Leo Berg, Ed Harper, B. C . Powell,
C . S. Early, S. C . Leake.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$ 65.434.95
Loans and discounts, secured... 73,583.95
Loans on real estate ...................... 18,825.27
Overdrafts ........................................... 9,917.85
Other bonds and securities.......... 1,600.29
Furniture and fixtures ................. 3,500.00
Cash items .........................................
247.62
Due from reserve banks ............... 12,315.36
Currency .............................................. 2,892.00
Gold ....................................................... 2,507.50
Silver and fractional c o in ............
646.61
Other resources................................. 11,407.32
$202,878.72
Total

CAMDEN

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Due to non-reserve banks............
Certificates of deposit, demand..
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Other liabilities, P. and L.........
Total

50.000.00
10,000.00
45,000.00
60,184.36
2,902.52
4,915.24
1,686.63
23,115.41
5,074.56

$202,878.72

OUACHITA VALLEY BANK
Incorporated May 4, 1890. Charter No. 16.

O fficers— W . W . Brown,
Directors— M oses Stern,

President; T . J. Gaughan, Vice President; Louis Bauerlein, Cashier.
J. W . Brown, George R . Gordon, T . J. Gaughan, W . F . Tate, W . W .
Brown, Louis Bauerlein.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . .$ 14,241.02
Loans and discounts, unsecured.. 118,249.46
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 172,175.73
Loans on real estate ...................... 29.242.27
Overdrafts ......................................... 1,329.18
Other bonds and secu rities.......... 1,852.81
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,000.00
Banking house .................................. 10,000.00
Other real estate ............................. 11,509.12
Due from non-reserve banks. . . .
157.71
Cash items .........................................
4.80
Due from reserve b a n k s............... 22,827.14
Currency ............................................. 12,967.00
Gold ....................................................... 3,900.00
Silver and fractional coin .......... 3,290.79
Total
$403,747.03



LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $ 50,000.00
Surplus ................................................ 50,000.00
Undivided profits ............................. 3,460.36
Bills payable .................................... 55,000.00
Savings deposits ............................... 15,318.87
Individual deposits .................... 154,441.12
Public funds ...................................... 26,690.85
Due to non-reserve banks..............
367.57
Certificates of deposit,time. . . . 48,398.58
Other liabilities ...............................
69.68

Total

$403,747.03

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CANE HILL
O fficers— W . S. Moore,
D irectors— H . C . Evins,

BANK OF CANE HILL
Incorporated July 2, 1906. Charter No. 210.
President; B. Brewster, Vice President; J. H . Pyeatt, Cashier.
T . N . English, W . H . Buchanan, W . S. Moore, B. Brewster.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured. . $
Overdrafts ...........................................
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking h o u se ....................................
Due from reserve banks.................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Other resources ...............................
Total ..........................'...................$

CARLISLE

30,792.52
56.52
1,400.00
2,600.00
7,037.57
1.063.87
267.39
43,217.87

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .

7,500.00
11,000.00
15,827.47
8,890.40

Total ................................................$ 43,217.87

BANK OF CARLISLE
Incorporated December 15, 1906. Charter No. 225.

O fficers— R . A . Hutson, President; H . I. Buechley, V ice President; B . D.
Directors— R . A . Hutson, H . I. Buechley, J. R . W ells, W . H . Nichols, J.

M u zzy , Cashier.
C . Watkins.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts', secu red ...$
Loans on real estate ......................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house .................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks .................
Currency .............................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Total ................................................$

CARLISLE

16,508.48
6,768.33
4.19
2,000.00
6,000.00
3,067.35
779.76
1,000.00
26.76
36,154.87

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 12,500.00
Undivided profits .............................
.66
Individual d ep osits........................... 20,679.44
Certificates of deposit, t i me . . . . 2,974.77

Total ................................................$ 36,154.87

DAIRYM EN’S BANK
Incorporated October 7, 1902. Charter No. 98.

O fficers— D . B . Perkins, President; C .
Cameron, A sst. Cashier.
’ D irectors— D . B. Perkins, C . H . Buhl,

H . Buhl, V ice President; J. A . L . Reiff, Cashier; A . B.
N . A . Berry, W . H . Buhl, L . C . Schineman.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . .$
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .
Loans and discounts, secured. . .
Loans on real estate ......................
Overdrafts .........................................
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house ..................................
Due from reserve banks ...............
Checks on other banks .................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ............
$
Total



200.00
27,499.10
21,834.01
5,422.68
577.46
1,000.00
2,000.00
4,747.37
150.00
1,225.00
250.00
935.06
65,840.68

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $
Surplus ................................................
Bills p ay ab le......................................
Savings deposits .............. _...............
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit1 tim e..........
,

Total

10,000.00
2,000.00
5,000.00
203.64
42,680.01
1,146.66
4,810.37

$ 65,840.68

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CARTHAGE

BANK OF CARTHAGE
Incorporated June 18, 1907. Charter No. 237.

O fficers— H . Matthews, President; J. R.
Directors— H . Matthews, J. R . Wallace,

Wallace, V ice President; Chas. M . Feaster, Cashier.
G . D . House, Ross W ylie, J. P. Benton.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured. . .$
Loans on Real Estate ...................
Overdrafts .........................................
Furniture and fix tu res...................
Banking house .................................
Other real estate .............................
Due from reserve banks ...............
Checks on other banks .................
Currency .............................................
Gold .....................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ...............
Total ............................................... $

CASA

19,681.90
11,383.05
.40
1,500.00
2,500.00
150.00
10,223.87
314.07
679.00
790.00
512.40
47,734.69

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, time..........
Cashier’s checks .............................

10,000.00
2,000.00
1,169.44
22,744.11
3,397.94
8,363.80
59.40

Total ................................................$ 47,734.69

BANK OF CASA*
Incorporated June 10, 1903. Charter No. 129.

O fficers— J. C . Burton, President; R . H . Johnston, Vice President;
U.
G . Horn, Cashier.
Directors— J. C . Burton, R. H . Johnston, J. R . Huie, U . G . Horn.

J. R . Huie, V ice President;

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured..$
Loans on real estate ......................
Overdrafts ........................................ .
Other bonds and securities..........
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house ..................................
Other real estate .............................
Cash items .........................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...............
Other resources ...............................
Total ................................................$
*Closed December 1, 1914.

GASH

16,378.08
6,726.01
420.08
2,642.07
2,000.00
2,000.00
2,090.10
300.55
159.55
600.00
5.00
216.16
256.99
33,794.59

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Bills payable ....................................
Savings deposit® .............................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, t i me . . . .
Certificates for money borrowed.
Cashier’s checks .............................

10,000.00
6,500.00
1,100.00
7,669.04
3,200.00
5,000.00
325.55

Total ................................................$ 33,794.59

In the hands of the Bank Department for liquidation.

BANK OF CASH
Incorporated September 7, 1909. Charter No. 285.

Officers— J. H . Hamilton, President; G . D. Johnson, V ice President;
Directors— W . H . Farmer, W . W . Gibson, W . T . Johnson.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, sec u r ed ....?
Overdrafts ...........................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house .................................
Due from reserve banks..............
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin............
Other resources ...............................
$
Total



Claude Gregory, Cashier.

16,867.56
258.28
1.726.96
1,507.00
3,208.03
662.00
20.00
165.97
263.71
24,679.51

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................? 10,000.00
Bills payable .................................... 8,000.00
Individual deposits ........................
6,679.51

Total

$ 24,679.51

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CAVE CITY

BANK OF CAVE CITY
Incorporated July 2, 1906. Charter No. 209.

O fficers— G . W . Brewer, President; F . W . Brewer, V ice President; A . E . Albright,
D irectors— G . W . Brewer, F . W . Brewer, W . F . Laman, U . G . Brewer.

Cashier.

■ Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...$ 13,306.10
Loans on real estate........................ 1,300.00
Overdrafts ...........................................
2.00
Furniture and fixtures...................
800.001
Banking house ..................................
950.00
Due from reserve banks.............. 3,180.01
Checks on other banks .................
182.30
Currency ............................................. 1,406.00
Gold .......................................................
100.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............
301.51
Total ................................................$ 21,527.92

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Individual deposits .............. .. . . .
Public funds ......................................
Certificates ofdeposit, tim e............

5,000.00
1,354.93
191.68
11,359.74
2,549.46
1,072.11

Total ................................................$ 21,527.92

CAVE SPRINGS

BANK OF CAVE SPRINGS
Incorporated September 16, 1909. Charter No. 287.

O fficers— J. G . McAndrew, President; J. W . Hurd. Vice
D irectors— J. G . McAndrew, J. W . Hurd, N . E. Hurd.

President; J. W . Hurd, Cashier.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...$
Loans on real estate ......................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Furniture and fixtu res...................
Banking house ..................................
Other real estate .............................
Due from reserve banks.................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...............
Other resources ...............................
Total ............................................... $

10,048.07
7,875.00
151.75
1,500.00
3,500.00
355.40
2,490.01
1,075.00
325.00
506.57
272.36
28,099.16

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 7,500.00
Individual deposits ........................ 17,994.77
Certificates of deposit, tim e........ 2,572.00
Cashier’s checks ...............................
32.39

Total ............ ...................................$ 28,099.16

CENTERTON

BANK OF CENTERTON
Incorporated September 27, 1905. Charter No. 191.

O fficers— J. C . Faris, President; A . G . Boyle, V ice President; S. J. Anderson, Cashier;
Gamble, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors— A . G. Boyle, G . C . Cheney, J. C . Faris, J. R . Gamble, J. W . Womack.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$
Loans and discounts, secured . ..
Loans on real estate ...................
Overdrafts .........................................
Other bonds and securities..........
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Cash items .........................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Currency ............................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ..........
Total
$



J. R .

5 764.78
16,433.51
15,008.16
269.17
63.00
1,791.00
2,160.00
.10
13,094.21
2,198.00
260.00
858.22
57,900.15

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 12,500.00
Surplus ................................................
150.00
Undivided profits .............................
650.43
Individual deposits ........................ 21,862.27
Certificates of deposit, tim e.......... 22,656.65
Other liabilities ...............................
80.80

Total

$ 57,900.15

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CHARLESTON

BANK OF CHARLESTON
Incorporated May 13, 1904. Charter No. 158.

O fficers— Joe Yunker, President; J. T . Tolleson, Vice President;
Sadler, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— T . A . Pettigrew, Joe Yunker, D . A . Carroll, J. S. Smith,
R.

J. S. Smith, Cashier;

J. M .

J. T . Tolleson, K. E . Hudson,

H . H ill.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$ 3,619.29
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 84,648.63
Loans on real estate........................ 13,871.03
Overdrafts ...........................................
10.00
Other bonds and securities..........
557.97
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,779.00
Banking house ................................. 7,500.00
Due from non-reserve banks . . .
229.00
Due from reserve banks............... 6,826.70
Checks on other banks.................
274.05
Currency ............................................. 1,704.00
Gold .......................................................
340.00
Silver and fractional coin ............
632.50
Total ................................................$122,992.17

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, demand. .
Cashier's checks .............................

25,000.00
10,000.00
4,792.64
18,000.00
44,396.78
983.02
19,686.24
133.49

Total ................................................$122,992.17

CHARLESTON

GERMAN-AMERICAN BANK
Incorporated June 29, 1910. Charter No. 314.

O fficers— E . A . Bonner, President; Theo. Minden, Vice President; D .
Schouweiler, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— E . A . Bonner, Theo. Minden, C . H . Hiatt, Wallace Haynes,

W . Bryan, Cashier; C . J.
L . E . Jetton, F . J. Schou­

weiler, D . W . Bryan.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . .$
Loans and discounts, unsecured.
Loans and discounts, secured. . .
Loans on real estate........................
Other bonds and securities............
Furniture and fixtures...................
Other real estate .............................
Due from non-reserve banks. . . .
Due from reserve banks.................
Checks on other banks .................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ...............
Other resources ...............................
Total
$

2,914.02
2,000.00
42,390.56
4,477.97
347.69
1,700.31
2,000.00
5.00
9,246.22
65.56
3,168.00
315.00
866.97
137.76
69,635.06

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ......................................
Dividends unpaid ...........................
Individual deposits ........................
Due to non-reserve b a n k s............
Certificates of deposit,t i me . . . .
Cashier’s checks .............................

Total

25,000.00
1,000.00
291.81
7,500.00
7.00
17,968.87
9,172.93
8,534.36
160.09

$ 69,635.06

CHERRY VALLEY

BANK OF CHERRY VALLEY
Incorporated January 24, 1907. Charter No. 228.

O fficers-— J. H . Sifford,
Kelly Maddox, A sst.
D irectors— J. H . Sifford,

President; W . M . Smith, Vice President; R . E . Halk, Jr., Cashier;
Cashier.
W . M . Smith, R. E . Halk, Jr., Ernest Fountain.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d ...$ 2,389.50
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 14,878.17
Loans on real estate ...................... 7,051.65
Overdrafts .........................................
.73
Furniture and fixtures......... 1,786.00
Banking house ............................
1,264.00
Due from reserve banks..... 2,671.00
Currency .............................................
750.00
Silver and fractional c o in .....
374.85
Total .................................................$ 31,165.90



J.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits ..........................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits .......................

5,000.00
4,300.00
539.97
1,000.00
20,325.93

Total ................................................. $ 31,165.90

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CHIDESTER

BANK OF CHIDESTER
Incorporated April 29, 1909. Charter No. 277.

O fficers— J. S. Pharr, President; W . A . Purifoy, V ice President; W .
Diffie, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. S. Pharr, W . A . Purifoy, W . C . Rushing, J. A . Diffie,
B.

G . Rushing, Cashier; J. A .
G . R . Rifle, W . A . Lester,

C . Powell, B. V . Powell, W . J. Hindman.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secured.
Loans on real estate .................
Overdrafts ......................................
Other bonds and securities .. .
Furniture and fixtures ............
Banking house .............................
Other real estate ........................
Due from non-reserve banks. .
Cash items ....................................
Due from reserve banks..........
Currency ........................................
Gold ..................................................
Silver and fractional coin . . . .
Other resources ..........................
Ttotal

Statement of October 31, 1914.

1,407.65
25.584.57
6,235.94
9.50
3.00
1,000.00
800.00
120.00
1,783.88
160.75
4,545.79
231.00
70.00
253.36
13.32
42,218.76

LIABILITIES'.
Capital stock .................................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus ................................................
250.00
Bills payable .................................... 6,062.50
Individual deposits ........................ 20,611.92
Public funds ......................................
308.31
Certificates of deposit, tim e.......... 4,986.03

Tlotal

$ 42,218.76

CLARENDON

BANK OF CLARENDON
Incorporated January 3, 1900. Charter No. 56.

O fficers— J. S. Thomas, President; R .
W . M . Graham, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. S. Thomas, J. P. Lee, R .

N . Counts, V ice President; G . W . Sherrell, Jr., Cashier;
N . Counts. F. Trotter, George W . Chidester.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . . $ 735.00
Loans and discounts, secured... 34,619.20
Loans on real estate........................ 39,212.95
Overdrafts ...........................................
712.31
Other bonds and securities.......... 2,175.34
Furniture and fixtu res................... 1,369.75
Due from reserve banks............... 18,177.24
Checks on other b an k s,...............
12.00
Currency ..........................'..................
742.00
Silver and fractional c o in ...............
78.17
Other resources ............................... 3,850.38
Total
$101,684.34

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ....................................
Due to non-reserve b a n k s............
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Other liabilities ...............................
Total

20,000.00
7,392.95
420.23
28,475.57
1,821.97
24,400.00
16,047.52
3,126.10

$101,684.34

CLARENDON

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated November 16, 1904. Charter No. 172.

O fficers— W . L . Jeffries, Prseident; John B . Moon,
Pinkley, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. P. Lee, W . L . Jeffries, Henry Adams,

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...$ 45,349.16
Loans on real estate ...................... 21,646.70
Other bonds and securities.......... 1,175.00
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,836.14
Other real estate ............................. 1,200.00
Due from non-reserve banks. . . . 24,400.00
Cash items .........................................
90.00
Due from reserve banks ............... 9,770.62
Checks on other banks .................
135.25
Currency ............................................. 2,230.00
Gold .................................
25.00
Silver and fractional c o in ..............
925.75
$109,783.62
Total



Vice President; J. M . Kerr, Cashier; J. E.
R . L . Benton, John B. M oon.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Dividends u n p a id .............................
Individual deposits ......................
Public funds .......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........

Total

25,000.00
5,000.00
2,360.38
5,000.00
40.00
19,557.86
48,450.86
4,374.52

$109,783.62

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CLARENDON

MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK
Incorporated July 23, 1890. Charter No. 21.

O fficers— J. M . Hughes, President;
W . H . Brown, A sst. Cashier; C.
D irectors— J. M . Hughes, Parker C .

Parker C . Ewan, V ice President; H . B. Bateman, Cashier;
A . Wilburn, A sst. Cashier.
Ewan, Ike Bondi, George A . Franklin, F . K. Marston, J. T .
Jones, J. W . B. Robinson, George P. Reid, H . B. Bateman, R. F. Milwee, Jay Wheelock, C . A .
Wilburn, T . T . Bateman, H . E . Lynch, Ed Bondi.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$ 127.54
Loans and discounts, secured. . . . 46,288.92
Loans on real estate ...................... 116,713.41
Overdrafts ...........................................
777.31
Other bonds and securities.......... 5,595.97
Furniture and fixtures .................
948.00
Banking house .................................. 5,140.00
Other real e sta te ............................... 2,524.89
Due from reserve banks............... 15,545.40
Checks on other banks .................
76.80
Currency ............................................. 1,820.00
Gold .......................................................
35.00
Silver and fractional c o in ...............
611.01
Other resources ............................... 1,095.13
$197,299.38
Total

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ .50,000.00
Surplus ................................................ 50,000.00
Savings deposits ............................. 1,065.86
Individual deposits ........................ 62,906.90
Public funds ...................................... 7,363.50
Certificates of deposit, time . . . . 25,963.12

$197,299.38

Total

CLARKSVILLE

BANK OF CLARKSVILLE
Incorporated February 6, 1890. Charter No. 15.

O fficers— R . S. Davis, President; T . E. May, Vice President; M . A . Lucas, Cashier; M .
Asst. Cashier.
D irectors— R. S. Davis, T . E. May, A . M . McKennon, J. J. Montgomery, T . B . M ay, C .
ford,

M.

A.

E . Clark,
H . Lang­

Lucas.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured. . .$104,873.91
Loans on real estate ......................
500.00
Overdrafts ........................................... 1,508.63
Other bonds and securities.......... 9,504.17
Furniture and fixtures................... 3,000.00
Banking house .................................. 8,000.00
Other real estate ............................. 96,000.00
Cash items .........................................
84.47
Due from reserve banks ............... 21,773.53
Checks on other banks .................
362.41
Currency ............................................. 3,274.00
Cold .......................................................
275.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............
157.99
$249,314.11
Total

CLINTON

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual d ep osits...........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Cashier’s c h ec k s.......................... .. .
Other liabilities ...............................

Total

50,000.00
4,421.64
28,000.00
78,013.78
18,684.71
69,545.31
625.55
23.12

$249,314.11

VAN BUREN COUNTY BANK
Incorporated February 21, 1903. Charter No. 117.

O fficers— Garner Fraser, President; J. M . Couch, Vice
Couch, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Garner Fraser, W . C . Leonard, Bessie Davis,

Tom Davis, Cashier;

Albert

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . .$
Loans and discounts, secured...
Loans on real estate ......................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and securities............
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Other real estate ..........................
Due from reserve banks ...............
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
$
Total



President;

Tom Davis, J. B. Fraser.

10,181.30
27,404.59
3,251.30
75.34
905.55
1,800.00
2,000.00
385.00
5,248.14
1,000.00
15.00
377.36
52,643.58

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $
Surplus . ..............................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Notes rediscounted..........................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Cashier’s c h ec k s...............................
Total

10,000.00
3,000.00
127.86
5,000.00
2,000.00
26,073.10
5,653.21
600.00
189.41

$ 52,643.58

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COAL HILL

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated November 27, 1909. Charter No. 293.

O fficers— W . A . H ill, President; G .
D irectors— W . A . H ill, A . G . H ill,

D . Ferguson, Vice President; A . G . H ill, Cashier.
G . D . Ferguson, C . C . Flake.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Roans and discounts, demand. . .$
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .
Loans and discounts, secured. . .
Loans on real estate ......................
Overdrafts .........................................
Other bonds and securities............
Furniture and fixtu res...................
Banking house .................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin............
Total

CONWAY

2,000.00
460.00
11,178.66
1,150.00
45.95
870.80
1,000.00
2,000.00
20,990.25
150.00
800.00
116.74
40,762.40

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Undivided profits ............................. 1,149.74
Individual deposits ........................ 28,967.76
Certificates of deposit, demand. .
532.00
Cashier’s checks .............................
112.90

BANK OF CONWAY
Incorporated April 29, 1890. Charter No. 19.

O fficers— Jo Frauenthal, President; J. H . Stubbs, Vice President;
Hartje, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Jo Frauenthal, Sam Frauenthal, S. G . Smith, W . B . W ilson,
D.

40,762.40

Total

L.

H . Pyle,

Cashier;

Opie

J. H . Stubbs, F . U . Halter,

O . Harton.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . .$ 5,951.74
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 17,816.36
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 140,421.41
L o a n s on; r e a l e s ta te ............................ 4 1 ,4 9 9 .1 0
Overdrafts ........................................... 6,737.24
Other bonds and securities.......... 4,296.96
Furniture and fixtures................... 4,000.00
Banking house .......................
7,500.00
Cash items .........................................
8.00
Due from reserve banks................. 25,893.42
Cheeks ' on other banks................. 1,642.70
Currency ............................................. 2,417.00
Gold .......................................................
650.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............
701.11
$259,535.04
Total

CONWAY

'
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Cashier’s checks .............................

Total

50,000.00
10,000.00
18,862.51
40,000.00
92,042.83
10,101.75
38,189.95
338.00

$259,535.04

FARMERS STATE BANK
Incorporated November 26, 1912. Charter No. 393.,

O fficers— S. G . Smith, President; W iley Mosley, V ice President; Frank Farris, Cashier; R .
Maddox, A sst. Cashier; H . C . Johnston, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— S. G . Smith, W iley M osley, J. A . Pence, W . B. M ills, W . L . Whitten, W m .
Grummer,

H.
J.

Frank Farris.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand.. .$ 21,726.79
Loans and discounts, unsecured. 19,425.30
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 128,477.22
Loans on real estate........................ 15,403.70
Overdrafts ........................................... 3,834.49
Furniture and fixtures...................... 6.000.00
• Banking house .................................. 6,800.00
Cash items .........................................
150.00
Due from reserve banks ............... 42,496.55
Checks on other banks................... 2,655.62
Currency ............................................. 1,848.00
370.00
Gold ......................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
366.28
Total
$249,553.95



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 30,000.00
Surplus ................................................ 1,000.00
Undivided profits ............................. 2,552.86
Bills payable .................................... 75,000.00
Individual deposits ........................ 100,419.02
Certificates of deposit, tim e.......... 40,546.95
Cashier’s c h ec k s...............................
35.12

Total

$249,553.95

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FAULKNER COUNTY BANK
Incorporated October 28, 1902. Charter No. 103.

O fficers—B. L. Harton, President; J. W. James, Vice President; V. D. Hill, Cashier; R. H.
D irectors— B. L. Harton, J. W. James, B. T. Deal, J. E. Little, G. W. Donaghey, V. D. Hill, G. W.

Adkisson, Wm. J. Grummer, W. D. Cole, Jr.
Statement of October 31, 1914.
RESOURCES.
LIABILITIES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . . $ 350.00 Capital stock ....................................$ 60,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 39,658.49 Surplus ................................................ 12,000.00
Loans and discounts, secu red .... 238,661.50 Undivided profits ............................. 33,020.68
Loans on real estate........................ 54,245.69 Bills payable .................................... -70,000.00
Overdrafts ......................................... 3,091.28 Individual deposits ........................ 150,802.08
Other bonds and securities . . . .
273.93 Public funds .................................... 12,354.38
2,800.00
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,590.30 Certificates of deposits, demand.
Banking house .................................. 5,853.01 Certificates of deposit, time.. . . 72,035.03
64.36
Cash items ......................................... 1,287.37 Cashier’s checks .............................
Due from reserve banks................. 58,387.66
Checks on other banks................... 2,078.18
Currency ............................................. 3,397.00
Gold ....................................................... 1,584.85
Silver and fractional coin............... 1,455.63
Other resources ...............................
161.64
$413,076.53
Total
$413,076.53
Total

CORNING

BANK OF CORNING
Incorporated April 26, 1900. Charter No. 58.

O fficers— W. D. Polk, President; T. W. Johnson, Vice President; J. M. Oliver, Vice President;
W. W. Henry, Cashier; E. Vandover, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors—Dr. N. J. Latimer, Larry Boshears, T. W. Johnson, J. M. Oliver, W. D. Polk, Clyde

Lasater, J. M. Rhea, F. B. Sprague, W. W. Henry, Cbas. V. Beloate, George A. Booser.
Statement of October 31, 1914.
RESOURCES.
LIABILITIES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . .$ 1,100.00 Capital stock ....................................$ 15,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured. 46,806.85 Surplus ................................................ 10,000.00
Loans and discounts, secu red .... 85,889.13 Undivided profits ........................ .. . 2,259.14
Loans on real e s t a te ...................... 22,658.53 Notes rediscounted ........................ 5,000.00
Overdrafts ...........
4,906.36 Individual deposits ........................ 48,681.89
Other bonds and securities............
895.86 Public funds ...................................... 99,427.06
Furniture and fixtu res...................
270.00 Certificates of deposit,demand. .
1,368.23
Other real estate .............................
916.99 Certificates of deposit, tim e........ 26,692.49
Bills of exchange ............................. 4,581.92 Cashier’s checks .............................
445.20
Due from non-reserve banks. . . . 3,138.46
200.00
Cash item s,...........................................
Due from reserve banks................. 27,136.65
625.19
Checks on other banks...................
Currency ............................................. 5,751.00
Gold ....................................................... 1,152.50
Silver and fractional coin .......... 2,844.57
$208,874.01
$208,874.01
Total
Tbtal

COTTER

BAXTER COUNTY BANK
Incorporated October 12, 1903. Charter No. 144.

O fficers—W. F. Eatman, President; E. H. Hogue, Vice President; E. J. Loop, Cashier; O. D.
D irectors—W. F. Eatman, E. H. Hogue, E. J. Loop, C. G. Wilks, O. D. Peters.

Statement of October 31, 1914.
KEijUUKCE’iS.
LIABILITIES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . .$ 405.00 Capital s to c k ............................... . . . $
Loans and discounts, unsecured. 9,124.88 Surplus .........................................
Loans and discounts, secured. . 21,061.24 Undivided profits ......................
5,680.74 Bills payable ........................;.
Loans on real estate ...................
16.20 Individual deposits .................
Overdrafts ........................................
875.00 Certificates of deposit, tim e..
Other bonds and securities. . .
4,000.00
Furniture and, fixtures.................
2,100.00
Banking house ...............................
1,763.01
Due from reserve banks..............
472.35
Checks on other banks.................
2,918.00
Currency ...........................................
50.00
Gold ....................................................
1,784.58
Silver and fractional coin............
Total ......................................... . . . $
Total ............................................. •I 50,251.00



10,000.00
6,000.00
361.34
5,000.00
27,059.66
1,830.00

50,251.00

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COTTON PLANT

BANK OF COTTON PLANT AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated November 1, 1900. Charter No. 62.

O fficers— R . R . James, President; Roy D . Campbell, Vice President; A . L . Aydelott, V ice Presi­
dent; H . C . Strong, Cashier; A . M . Carter, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— R. R . James, Roy D . Campbell, A . L . Aydelott, S. C . Beard, H . C . Strong (resigned,

to be filled at next meteing), D . H . Echols, J. R. Meehan, J. M . McGowan, A . C . M cGregor.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 25,249.18
Loans and discounts, secured. . 24,170.72
Loans on real estate........................ 36,788.31
Overdrafts ...........................................
49.82
Other bonds and securities.......... 6,872.53
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,372.16
Banking house ................................. 3,648.75
Other real estate ...........................
800.00
Bills of exchange .......................... 70,878.76
Cash items .........................................
86.05
Due from reserve! banks................. 29,382.37
Checks on other banks...................
312.59
Currency ...................................
2,164.00
Gold ..................................................•. .
293.50
636.43
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Total
$203,705.17

COTTON PLANT

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, t i me . . . .
Cashier’s checks...............................
Other liabilities ...............................

Total

50,000.00
6,513.53
1,784.88
30,000.00
92,052.64
178.63
23,167.16
7.70
.63

$203,705.17

the planters bank

Incorporated March 31, 1904. Charter No. 155.

O fficers— A . C . Carter, President; F. P. H ill, V ice
Argo, Cashier; F . L . Maxwell, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— A . C . Carter, F . P. H ill, J. W . H ill, J.
H.

President; J. W . H ill, V ice President; H . C.
D . McGregor, J. G . Barnett, E . R . Hysmith,

C . Argo.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d...? 10,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured. 21,191.82
Loans and discounts, secu red .... 57,086.29
juoans on real estate ...................... 43.264.90
Overdrafts ...........................................
157.10
Other bonds and securities.......... 3,039.85
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,791.48
Banking house ................................. 5,000.00
Items in tr a n s it..........•....................
882.31
Bills of exchange ............................. 5,048.75
Due from non-reserve banks . . . . 7,000.00
Cash items .........................................
21.16
Due from reserve banks................. 11,872.02
Checks on other banks...................
337.55
Currency ............................................. 1,740.00
Gold .......................................................
202.50
Silver and fractional coin...............
189.38
Other resources ...............................
648.23
Total ................................................$170,473.34

COVE

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individtial deposits ........................
Public funds ................
Certificates of deposit, t i me . . . .

35,000.00
8,657.85
654.50
30,000.00
51,793.98
40,260.01
4,107.00

Total ................................................$170,473.34

BANK OF COVE
Incorporated July 30, 1907. Charter No. 241.

O fficers— R . Goff, President; M ary A . Worthington,
Skinner, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— R. Goff, M ary A . Worthington, W . C .

Martin.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secured. . .
Loans on real .estate........................
Overdrafts .........................................
Other bonds and securities..........
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house .................................
Other real estate ...........................
Due from reserve banks.................
Checks on other banks....................
Ohrrency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin............
$
Total



Vice President; W . C . Martin, Cashier; K . H .

1,380.58
12,782.33
1,952.45
2.48
21.50
692.82
1,100.00
800.00
4,781.61
23.00
1,065.00
65.00
72.32
24,739.09

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
cashier’s checks .............................

Total

5,000.00
600.00
362.86
1,000.00
14,757.53
2,672.19
346.51

$ 24,739.09

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GROSSETT

BANK OF CROSSETT
Incorporated December 22, 1913. Charter No. 426.

O fficers— E . W . Gates, President; A . Trieschmann, Vice
Dooley, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— E . W . Gates, A . Trieschmann, G . H . Norman.

President; G . H . Norman, Cashier; Roy

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discount^, dem an d...? 16,548.20
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 28,596.60
Loans and discounts, secured... 84,506.26
Loans on real estate........................ 13,702.10
Overdrafts ...........................................
368.72
Other bonds and securities.......... 11,496.71
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,432.91
Items in transit..................................
319.70
Cash items .........................................
25.50
Due from reserve banks................. 22,632.82
Currency ............................................. 10,387.00
G-old ....................................................... 1,075.00
Silver and fractional coin............ 1,046.64
Total ....... ........................................$192,138.16

DALARK

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Savings deposits .......................... .
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Cashier’s checks .............................

25,000.00
1,229.83
5,000.00
82,057.28
71,031.12
7,588.81
231.12

Total ................................................$192,138.16

DALARK BANK
Incorporated November 5, 1909. Charter No. 292*

O fficers— H . B. DeLamar, President; W. O. Richardson, Vice President; F. S.
John Q . Adams, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— H . B. DeLamar, W . O . Richardson, F . S. DeLamar, E. A . Page, M .

DeLamar, Cashier;
L . Richardson.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
LIABILITIES.
Loans and discounts, secured. . .$ 21,586.62 Capital Stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Loans on real estate........................ 9,970.00 , Surplus ................................................ 2,500.00
424.24
Overdrafts ...........................................
10.48 Undivided profits .............................
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,165.00 Bills payable .................................... 6,000.00
Banking house .................................. 1,300.00 Individual deposits.......................... 16,438.84
Other real estate ................
2,000.00 Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
4,167.36
Due from reserve banks................. 1,728.99 Cashier’s checks .............................
634.53
Checks on other banks...................
265.17
435.00
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
2.50
Silver and fractional coin ..........
71.02
Other resources ............................... 1,630.19
Total ................................................. $40,164.97
Total ..................................................$40,164.97

DANVILLE

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated September 6, 1911. Charter No. 348.

O fficers— S. Bondi, President; H . A . Towers, V ice President;
Howard, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— S. Bondi, O . L . Clement, H . A . Towers, John A .

J.

H.

Kennon.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .$
Loans and discounts, secured. . .
Loans on real estate ......................
verdrafts ...........................................
urniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Due from reserve banks.................
Currency .............................................
Gold .............................................
Silver and fractional coin............
Other resources ...............................
$
Tbtal



O . L . Clement, Cashier;

520.63
27,597.59
8,748.80
442.58
1,454.27
3,069.13
2,920.34
1,080.00
190.00
466.18
1,566.63
48,056.15

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, t i me . . . .
Cashier’s checks .............................

Total

20,000.00
2,065.00
1,230.36
21,582.08
3,142.71
36.00

$ 48,056.15

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DANVILLE

YELL COUNTY BANK
Incorporated January 16, 1902. Charter No. 82.

O fficers— J. N . George, President; W . P. Parks, Vice President; W . S. McCarroll, Cashier;
Chambers, A sst. Cashier; R . A . White, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. N . George, W . P. Parks, W . M . Kavanaugh, T . L . Pound, W . S. McCarroll.

T. H.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . .$ 4,541.35
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 4,360.27
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 84,663.15
Loans on real estate ......................
600.00
Overdrafts ........................................... 1,108.77
Other bonds and securities.......... 2,490.68
Furniture and fixtures........
3,450.28
Banking house ................................. 2,930.55
Other real estate .............................
864.40
Due from non-reserve banks. . . .
382.11
Cash items ........................................
41.19
Due from reserve banks..... 22,690.99
Checks on other banks.....
25.00
Currency ............................................. 1,445.00
Gold .......................................................
30.00
Silver and fractional c o in .
145.91
Other resources ............................... 5,901.39
Total ................................................$135,671.04

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills p ay ab le..............................
Savings deposits .............................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ....................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Cashier’s checks .............................

25,000.00
5,000.00
4,109.76
29,000.00
450.00
22,136.26
47,496.23
2,317.10
161.69

Total .................................................$135,671.04

D A R D A N E L L E ------------------------

DARDANELLE BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated July 12, 1909. Charter No. —.

O fficers— Thos. A . Johnston, President; George A . Harmon, V ice President; W . D . Cotton, Cashier;
L.
C . Adams, A sst. Cashier; J. M . Nolen, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Thos. A . Johnston, George A . Harmon, George L . Veazey, J. J. Boyce, George W .
Carter, M ax Pfeifer, W . D . Cotton, J. M . Nolen, L . C . Adams.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured
Overdrafts
Furniture and fixtures . . .
Banking house .....................
Other real estate .................
Cash items .............................
Due from reserve banks. . .
Checks on other banks. . . .
Currency .................................
Gold ...........................................
Silver and fractional coin.

$ 7,503.76
83,992.92
19,109.79
432.39
39,656.15
4,462.28
3,000.00
1,212.75
185.00
7,452.13
155.02
2,010.00
80.00
1,061.33
$170,313.52

DARDANELLE f a r m e r s

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ........................ .. .. .$
Surplus .........................................
Undivided profits ...................
Bills payable ............................. . . .
Notes rediscounted...................
Individual deposits ................. . . .
Public funds ........................
Certificates of deposit, time . .

50,000.00
7,823.05
10,000.00
7.247.25
79,347.36
1,942.87
6,925.99

Total ......................................... . . .$170,313.52

bank a n d tru st co.
Incorporated June 28, 1909. Charter No. 281.

O fficers— W . L . Lee, President; R . H . Cunningham, Vice President; A . N . Falls, Cashier; J. C .
D irectors— W . L . Lee, R . H . Cunningham, A . N . Falls, G . L . W irt, L . C . H all, J. F . Stevenson,
M.

D . Howell, J. C . Dacus.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . .$ 4,895.07
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 18,159.72
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 43,039.94
Loans on real estate ...................... 18,186.00
Overdrafts ........................................... 3,291.48
U. S. bonds ......................................
468.50
Other bonds and securities.......... 3,693.41
Furniture and fixtu res................... 3,548.39
Banking house .................................. 4,821.09
Other real estate ............................. 1,243.50
Due from non-reserve banks . . . .
219.82
Due from reserve banks................. 9,818.72
Checks on other banks....................
531.14
Currency .............................................
690.00
Gold .................................................... .
80.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............
811.14
Total ................................................. $113,497.92



LIABILITIES'.
Capital s to c k ......................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ....................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Cashier’s checks ...............................

25,000.00
1,750.00
367.27
20,000.00
60,626.75
3,841.36
1,899.75
12.79

Total ..................................................$113,497.92

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DARDANELLE

FIRST STATE BANK
Incorporated March 4, 1911. Charter No. 334.

O fficers— S. L. Crownover, President; J. T . Dunbar, Vice President; H . M . Sugg, Second Vice
President; H . W . Horn, Cashier; J. W . Lancaster, A sst. Cashier; Montie Green, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— S. L . Crownover, J. T . Dunbar, H . W . Horn, H . M . Sugg, J. W . Lancaster, D r. Roy E.
Love, George N . Goodier, W . L. Tatum, W . R. Hayden.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured. . .$
Loans on real e sta te ........................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and securities..........
Furniture and fixtures...................
Other real estate .............................
Due from reserve banks.................
Currency ..............................................
Gold .......................................................
Other resources ...............................
Total ................................................$

DATTO

8,547.89
1,100.00
1,195.00
271.70
2,000.00
2,500.00
3,678.99
1,000.00
35.57
914.31
21,243.46

LIABILITIES'.
Capital stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Undivided profits .............................
458.49
Bills payable .................................... 1,350.00
Individual deposits ........................ 9,388.10
Cashier’s c h eck s...............................
46.87

Total ................................................$ 21,243.46

BANK OF DATTO
Incorporated April 16, 1910. Charter No. 306.

O fficers— C . U . Day, President; E.
D irectors— C. U . Day, D. P. Day,

M . Richardson, V ice President; W . H . Cheek, A sst. Cashier.
E . M . Richardson.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, se c u r e d ....$ 9,428.87
Overdrafts ...........................................
7.86
Furniture and fixtu res........ 1,144.61
Due from reserve banks ............... 4.999.72
Currency ............................
890.00
Gold .......................................................
235.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............
377.63
Total ................................................$ 17,083.69

DECATUR

LIABILITIES'.
Capital stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Undivided profits ...........................
303.34
Individual deposits ........................ 6,067.56
Public funds ......................................
85.19
Cashier’s c h ec k s...............................
627.60
Total ................................................$ 17,083.69

STATE BANK OF DECATUR
Incorporated December 29, 1906. Charter No. 226.

O fficers— Arthur Hepner, President;
D irectors— Arthur Hepner, F . Evan

F . Evan Ritter, Vice President; Emil A v is, Cashier.
Ritter, Emil A v is.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . $ 5,890.93
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 7,965.89
Loans on real estate1 ........... 6,510.89
Overdrafts ...........................................
59.91
Other bonds and securities........... 1,000.00
Furniture and fixtures ................. 1,800.00
Banking house .................................. 1,625.00
Other real estate ............................. 2,776.94
Due from non-reserve banks.. . 7,412.14
Cash items .........................................
130.00
Currency ............................................. 1,471.00
Gold .......................................................
30.00
Silver and fractional coin....
845.64
Total .................................................$ 37,518.34



LIABILITIES’.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, time..........

10,000.00
1,200.00
1,099.93
20,939.12
4,279.29

Total ................................................. $ 37,518.34

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DELIGHT

BANK OF DELIGHT
Incorporated June 16, 1911. Charter No. 342.

O fficers — A . E . Westbrook, President; S. L. Blakely, Vice
Clingan, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — A . E . Westbrook, S. L . Blakely, J. F . Blakely,

President; C . A . K izzia, Cashier; W . N .
C . E . Reid.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES. '
Loans and discounts, dem an d...$
Loans and discounts, secured...
Loans on; real estate ......................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and securities..........
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house .................................
Other real estate ...........................
Cash items ........................................
Due from reserve banks.................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin............
$
Total

D eQUEEN

2,234.83
34,174.87
8,227.90
9.00
1,352.12
1,800.00
2,641.60
500.00
16.65
14,011.16
2,446.00
432.50
1,177.26
69,023.89

LIABILITIES’.
Capital stock ....................................$ 12,500.00
Surplus ................................................ 1,500.00
Undivided profits .......................... 1,756.70
Individual deposits ........................ 34,138.80
Public funds ...................................... 7,720.20
Certificates of deposit, time.......... 11,271.66
Cashier’s checks ...............................
136.53

Total

$ 69,023.89

BANK OF D eQUEEN
Incorporated June 1, 1901. Charter No. 74.

O fficers — G . E . Isbell, President; M .
D irectors - —B. E. Isbell, M . F . Allen,

F . Allen, Vice President; L . D. McComa, Cashier.
L . D . McComa, C . C . Ray, E. Hendrix.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ...$ 7,731.85
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 98,408.39
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 26,431.00
Other bonds and securities.......... 2,462.95
F u rn itu re a n d f ix tu re s .......................
2,2 8 2 .0 6
Banking house ................................. 6,000.00
Other real estate ............................. 2,000.00
Items in tr a n sit...............................
400.00
Cash: items ......................................... 1,739.08
Due from reserve banks................. 19,827.63
Checks on other banks...................
103.37
Currency ............................................. 7,090.00
Gold .......................................................
610.00
Silver and fractional coin............... 2,261.60
$177,347.93
Total

DERMOTT

LIABILITIES’.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits .....................
Public funds ......................................
Due to non-reservebanks .............
Certificates of deposit,demand. .
Cashier’s checks .............................
Other liabilities ...............................
Total

P.

$177,347.93

DERMOTT BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated February 10, 1911. Charter No. 332.

O fficers — H . Thane, President; E . P. Remley, V ice President; G . A . Franklin,
Crook, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — H . Thane, E. P. Remley, J. C . Hoffman, D . Kimpel, J. A . Bennett,
R.

25,000.00
4,000.00
807.64
30,000.00
70,960.37
13,914.64
8,789.43
21,794.44
2,056.02
25.39

Cashier; Charles
Henry Bordeaux,

Stinson.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$ 15,937.70
Loans and discounts, sec u r ed .... 49,891.94
Loans on real estate ...................... 79,847.21
Overdrafts ...........................................
877.40
Other bonds and securities............
166.40
Furniture and fixtures...................... 2,000.00
Banking house ................................. 11,270.00
Other real estate ............................. 6,589.28
Due from non-reserve banks. . . . 2,500.00
Due from reserve banks................. 6,490.04
Checks on other banks...................
706.51
Currency .............................................
139.00
Gold .......................................................
45.00
Silver and fractional coin............
789.98
$177,250.46
Total



LIABILITIES'.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ......................................
Notes rediscounted ..................
Savings deposits .............................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Cashier’s c h ec k s...............................

Total

50,000.00
3,023.80
27,500.00
2,831.33
14,790.00
53,851.82
16,323.70
7,851.63
1,078.18

$177,250.46

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DERMOTT

EXCHANGE BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated May 25, 1910. , Charter No. 310.

O fficers — J. J. M cCloy, President; Dave Kimpel, V ice President; W .
Gaines, A sst. Cashier; Angus McDermott, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — J. J. McCloy, Charles T . Duke, George W . Lambert, E . B.
C.

D . Trotter, Cashier; D . T .

McCullough, W . H . Roper,
W . Porter, W . D . Trotter, D . Kimpel, J. A . Bennett, J. C . Hoffman, R . F . Clarke.
Statement of
31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . $ 4,072.94
Loans and discounts, secu red .... 46,418.39
Loans on real estate ...................... 77,862.45
Overdrafts ........................................... 1,385.05
Other bonds and securities............ 11,524.25
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,850.03
Banking house ................................. 9,000.00
Items in transit ...............................
293.65
Cash items .........................................
195.03
Due from reserve banks................. 23,405.59
Checks on other banks .................
75.83
Currency ............................................. 1,426.00
Gold .......................................................
280.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............
139.26
Total ................................................$178,928.47

DES ARC

LIABILITIES'.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, time..........
Cashier’s checks ...............................

50,000.00
5,000.00
5,281.98
49,000.00
39,573.25
9,153.56
19,837.14
1,082.54

Total ................................................$178,928.47

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
Incorporated January 20, 1902. Charter No. 84.

O fficers — A . L . Erwin, President; W . W . Bethell, V ice President; Erwin Bethell,
Erwin, Jr., A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — A . L . Erwin, Henry Nichols, R . T . Erwin, W . W . Bethell, J. A . King.

Cashier; A . L .

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d e m a n d ....$ 7,004.52
Loans and discounts, unsecured. 11,757.78
Loans and discounts, secu red .... 41,389.04
Loans on real estate ...................... 3,500.00
Overdrafts ...........................................
26.70
Other bonds and securities..........
1,849.12
Furniture and fixtu res................... 2,346.00
Bills of exchange............................... 8,955.00
C ash ite m s ................................................
5.00
Due from reserve banks................. 30,337.19
Checks on other banks.................
202.86
Currency ............................................. 3,315.00
Gold ..............................
350.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............
435.51
238.62
Other resources ...............................
Total .......................... ....................$111,712.34
D

eV

LIABILITIES'.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits .............................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, demand. .
Cashier’s checks .............................

25,000.00
3,603.09
58,551.81
13,975.32
9,541.82
1,040.30

Total ................................................$111,712.34

ALL’S BLUFF

PEOPLES BANK OF D eV ALL’S BLUFF
Incorporated November 7, 1912. Charter No. 392.

O fficers — R . H . Sanders, President; W . H . Bland, V ice President; J. A .
D irectors — R . H . Sanders, W . H . Bland, Joseph Heckler, George Hight,

A.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. .
Loans and discounts, unsecured.
Loans and discounts, secured. .
Loans on real estate ...................
Other bonds and securities . . . .
Furniture and fixtures ..............
Banking house ...............................
Items' in transit .............................
Cash items ......................................
Due from reserve banks ............
Currency ...........................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ..........
Total ............................................. .$



W elty, Cashier.
J.
W elty.

200.00
500.00'
25,667.98
6.656.05
671.25
2,100.00
2,750.00
10.00
99.86
5,617.59
1,421.00
470.00
244.71
46,408.44

LIABILITIES'.
Capital stock .................................. .$ 13,550.00
350.05
Undivided profits ........................
11,000.00
Bills p ayab le.......................... . .
18,670.15
Individual deposits . .■ ............
2,779.33
Certificates! of deposit, tim e..
58.91
Certified checks ........................

Total ......................................... . .. $ 46,408.44

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D eWITT

HOME BANK OF D eWITT
Incorporated February 23, 1907. Charter No. 229.

O fficers — E . B . Gibson, President; W . H . Norsworthy, Vice President; C . P. Ball, Cashier;
Baird, A sst. Cashier; Duffy Allen, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — J. C . Barnett, H . B. Dudley, C . W . Rasco, W . H . Norsworthy, C . P. Vittitow,

N . P.
R . D.

Rasco, L . F . Burnett, H . P. Brown, E . B. Gibson, C . P. Ball.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . . $ 2,185.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 8,665.37
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 118,940.85
Loans on real estate ...................... 103,161.18
Overdrafts ...........................................
194.81
Other bonds and securities..........
686.25
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,500.00
Banking house ................................. 9,140.00
Other real estate .............................
794.16
Due from reserve banks................. 50,252.81
Checks on other banks .................
383.90
Currency ........................................ .. . 4,145.00
Gold .......................................................
66.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............ 2,024.18
Other resources ............................... 5,009.42
Total ................................................$308,148.93

DIERKS

LIABILITIES'.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $ 50,000.00
Surplus ................................................ 8,500.00
Bills p ayab le...................................... 40,000.00
Individual d ep osits........................... 143,214.09
Certificates of deposit, tim e .... 65,700.51
Cashier’s c h ec k s...............................
734.33

Total ................................................$308,148.93

BANK OF DIERKS
Incorporated February 7, 1906. Charter No. 203.

O fficers — L . D . McGown,^ President;
D.
Henry, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — M . F . Allen, M . G . Bock,

M . F . Allen, V ice President; J. L . Keener, Cashier; Reese

Carl C . Durham, J. L . Keener, L . D . McCown.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured. . .$
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking htouse .................................
Other real estate .............................
Due from reserve banks.................
Checks on other banks...................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin............
Other resources ...............................
$
Total

DOVER

26,209.71
1,284.00
1,000.00
216.44
12,827.13
582.40
1,920.00
105.00
676.77
161.12
44,982.57

LIABILITIES'.
Capital stock ....................................$ 11,000.00
Surplus ................................................ 1,225.00
Individual deposits ........................ 23,607.51
Certificates of deposit, tim e......... 9,150.00

Total

$ 44,982.57

BANK OF DOVER
Incorporated September 29, 1905. Charter No. 192.

O fficers — W . H . Poynter, President; W . M . Simpson, V ice President;
M rs. J. W . Jarrett, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — W . H . Poynter, W . M . Simpson, T . M . Neal, J. W . Jarrett.

Cashier;

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d ...$
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .
Loans and discounts, secured. . . .
Loans on real estate........................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and securities............
Furniture and fixtu res................
Due from reserve banks.................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
$
Total



J. W . Jarrett,

200.00
695.61
29,490.99
2,027.09
2.76
194.76
1,475.00
7,999.83
2,933.00
300.00
680.91
45,999.93

LIABILITIES'.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Cashier’s checks .............................
Total

7,500.00
2,100.00
497.43
11,000.00
19,596.84
153.43
4,837.25
315.00

$ 45,999.95

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DRAKE’S GREEK

BANK OF RICHLAND
Incorporated November 27, 1912. Charter No. 394.

O fficers — G . W . Ledbetter, President; W . J. H ill, Vice President; Earl
sole, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — G . W . Ledbetter, N . J. H ill, Earl H ill, H . P. Eversole, H .

H ill, Cashier; H . P. EverCannon.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured. . .$
Loans on real estate ......................
Overdrafts .........................................
Furniture and fixtu res...................
Banking house .................................
Due from reserve banks.................
Checks on other banks.................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Other resources..................................
Total

DUMAS

6,570.78
800.00
69.92
1,101.85
1,057.73
5,020.64
169.65
487.00
85.00
67.42
565.33
15,995.32

LIABILITIES'.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $ 6,200.00
Individual deposits........................ 7*332.79
Certificates of deposit, time......... 1,828.96
Other liabilities ...............................
633.57

$ 15,995.32

Total

MERCHANTS AND FARMERS BANK
Incorporated May 10, 1909. Charter No. 278.

O fficers — H . Thane, President; S. A . Banks, Vice President; Lloyd R . Byrne,
D irectors — H . Thane, S. A . Banks, J. Bernhardt, J. M . Cox, D . O . Porter.

Cashier; Jeff Bur-

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loads and discounts, demand. . .$ 392.06
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 1,072.55
Loans and discounts, secured... 61,101.37
Loans on real estate
......... 46,127.00
Overdrafts ...........................................
48.20
Other bonds and secu rities.......... 4,580.00
Furniture and fix tu res................... 2,000.00
Banking house .................................. 9,584.70
Other real estate ............................. 4,400.00
Cash items .........................................
275.00
Due from reserve banks ............... 6,302.08
Currency ............................................. 1,515.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............
211.47
$137,609.43
Total

DYER

LIABILITIES'.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills p ayab le......................................
Savings deposits .............................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e........
Certificates for moneyborrowed.
Cashier’s chiecks .............................

$137,609.43

Total

BANK OF DYER
Incorporated October 16, 1909. Charter No. 289.

O fficers — R . L . Lester, President; M . T . Rhodes, V ice President; W . H .
W . D . Patton, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — David T . Bryan, W . H . Burrough, John W . Gardner, T . J. James,
Renfroe,

45,000.00
5,000.00
933.36
10,000.00
363.64
70,656.63
1,120.65
4,205.30
221.10
108.75

M . T.

Burrough, Cashier;
R . L . Lester, W m .

Rhodes.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. ..$
Loans and discounts, secured. .
Loans on real estate .................
Overdrafts ......................................
Furniture and fix t u r e s .......
Banking house .............................
Due from reserve banks............
Currency .........................................
Gold . . ..............................................
Silver and fractional coin . . .
Total ........................................... ..$



1,488.25
26,298.80
774.50
5.59
1,730.00
1,580.00
4,209.00
1,273.00
7.50
250.54
37,617.18

LIABILITIES'.
Capital s to c k ....................................
Surplus ............ ................................
Undivided profits ..........................
Bills payable ..................................
Individual d ep osits........................
Public funds ....................................
Certificates of deposit, demand.
Cashier’s checks .............................

10,000.00
1,000.00
699.84
2,500.00
21,084.92
515.07
1,800.00
17.35

Total .............................................

37,617.18

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EARLE

BANK OF COMMERCE
Incorporated October 3, 1910. Charter No. 321.

O fficers — C . T . Whitman, President; H .
James C . Moore, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — E . E . Smith, L . J. Machen, J.

F . Avery, V ice President;

H. A .

Morrison,

Cashier;

G . W ood, O . A . Pittman, J. R . Pugh, H . A . Morrison,

C . T . Whitman, George O . Friedel.
Statement of October 31, 1914

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and... $ 2,525.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured. 42,448.50
Loans and discounts, secured. .. . 154,796.42
Loans on real e sta te ...................
3,644.64
227.78
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and securities............
64.50
Furniture and fixtu res................... 4,340.65
Other real estate ............................. 10,181.37
Cash items .........................................
131.72
Due from reserve banks .............. 36,522.52
Checks on other banks ............
924.46
Currency ............................................. 1,536.00
Gold .......................................................
270.00
Silver and fractional coin............ 1,476.34
Other resources ...............................
910.13
. $260,000.03

LIABILITIES'.
Capital s to c k .................................. . .$ 50,000.00
Undivided profits ........................
Bills pavable ............................... . . 55,000.00
Dividends u n p a id ........................
Individual deposits ................... . . 113,633.67
Public funds ................................. . . 25,813.69
Certificates of deposit, tim e.. . . 11,052.54
6.00
Other liabilities ..........................

Total ........................................... . .$260,000.03

EL DORADO

AMERICAN BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated October 18, 1907. Charter No. 248.

O fficers — J. H . Alphin, President; S. J. McGraw, V ice
Bowers, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — J. H . Alphin, S. J. McGraw, F . W . M iles, T .

President; F . W . M iles, Cashier;

H . D.

W . Hudson.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. .. .$ 8,711.77
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 5,117.19
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 20,617.16
Loans on real estate ...................... 13,051.7-4
Overdrafts ...........................................
232.93
Other bonds and securities............ 16,170.66
'Furniture and fixtures......... 3,000.00
Banking house ................................. 3,578.90
Other real estate ............................. 3,900.00
Cash ite m s .................................
726.14
Due from reserve b a n k s .... 10,297.21
Checks on other banks ................. 3,961.12
Currency ............................................. 3,624.00
Gold .......................................................
65.00
674.00
Silver and fractional coin..
Total ................................................$ 93,727.82

ELKINS

LIABILITIES’.
Capital s to c k ...............1.....................$
Undivided p rofits...............................
Bills p ayab le......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..........
Cashier’s c h ec k s...............................

25,000.00
1,240.88
17,750.00
13,207.27
35,440.47
1,010.00
79.20

Total ................................................$ 93,727.82

BANK OF ELKINS
Incorporated June 1, 1912. Charter No. 377.

O fficers — R . D . Stokenburg, President; A .
D irectors — Bruce Holcomb, J . W . Phillips,

E . Counts, Vice President; L . H . Smith, Cashier.
L . H . Smith, R .
Stokenburg, A . E . Counts.




D.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . $ 2,347.25
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 29,053.80
Loans on real estate ...................... 4,389.50
Overdrafts ................
18.41
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,700.00
Banking house................................. 11,625.00
Items in' transit ...............................
406.40
Due from reserve banks................. 5,303.76
Checks on other banks ................. . 444.06
Currency ............................................. 1,780.00
Gold .......................................................
415.00
Silver and fractional coin............
907.19
Total
$ 48,390.37

LIABILITIES'.
Capital stock .................................... $
Surplus ...............................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ......................................
Savings d ep o sits...............................
Individual d ep osits...........................
Due to non-reserve banks ............
Certificates of deposit, demand . .

Total

1 0 , 0 0 0 .0 0

167.50
107.71
5,000.00
1,927.15
25,188.45
524.56
5,475.00

$ 48,390.37

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ELM SPRINGS

ELM SPRINGS STATE BANK
Incorporated February 21, 1913. Charter No. 407.

O fficers — J. G . W ebber, President; Kib. Terry, Vice President; R . F . Mustain,
Holcomb, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — J. G . Webber, Kib. Terry, A . P. Murphy, Reyburn Peay, L . J. Paul.

Cashier; W . H .

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . .? 135.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 1,301.65
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 4,100.58
Loans on real estate ...................... 1,613.25
Overdrafts ...........................................
.38
Furniture and fixtures . . .'.. 1,096.9!)
Cash ite m s.................................
90.29
Due from reserve banks ............... 7,703.59
Currency .............................................
383.00
Gold .......................................................
25.00
Silver and fractional coin..
273.00
Other resources ...............................
929.74
Total
17,652.47

EL PASO

LIABILITIES’.
Capital s to c k .............................. . .. .? 5,825.00
Individual d ep osits........................... 11,579.83
Public funds ................................. . .
85.79
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
12.25
Cashier’s checks .............................
149.60

Total

17,652.47

BANK OF EL PASO
Incorporated March 1, 1913. Charter No. 412.

O fficers — W . P. Davis, President; H . F . Harvey,
Brickelle Davis, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — D r. D . H . Edwards, C . B. Smith, W . P.

V ice President; • T . J. Lowdermilk, Cashier;
Davis, J. A . Phelps, H . F . Harvey.

,

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secured . . .
Loans on real e sta te ........................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Furniture and fixtures......................
Banking h o u se....................................
Cash items .........................................
Due from reserve banks.................
Checks on other banks .................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin............
Other resources ...............................
Total

EMERSON

898.66
18,579.78
6,507.52
1,072.44
1,636.40
1,791.23
294.80
1,559.91
185.17
544.00
10.00
307.39
617.44
34,004.74

LIABILITIES'.
Capital stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Surplus ...................................
743.74
Bills payable ...................................... 6,500.00
Individual deposits ...................... 16,625.93
Certificates of deposit, tim e. . . .
80.40
Cashier’s ch eck s...............................
54.67

Total

$ 34,004.74

FARMERS BANK
Incorporated July 18, 1905. Charter No. 188.

O fficers — T . S. Grayson, President; W . J.
D irectors — T . S. Grayson, W . J. Moloch,

Moloch, Vice President; T . K. Hawkins, A sst. Cashier.
E . W . Warren, W . D . Wingfield, C . W . Jean, J. A .
Moloch, J. B. Lee, F. M . Stevens, T . K. Hawkins.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secured. . . .
Overdrafts ........................................
Furniture and fixtu res.................
Banking house ...............................
Other real estate ........................
Due from reserve banks ............
Currency . .........................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and fractional coin............
Other resources .............................
Total ............................................. .?



8,905.46
49,058.44
115.25
750.00
800.00
2,467.05
1,705.83
1,910.00
40.00
280.45
6,644.82
72,677.30

LIABILITIES'.
Capital s to c k .................................. . . ?
Surplus ...........................................
Bills payable .................................
Individual deposits ...................
Public funds .................................
Certificates of deposit, time .
Cashier’s checks ........................
Other laibilities ..........................

25,000.00
2,750.00
19,253.43
18,221.20
14.00
7,304.60
72.85
61.22

Total ...................................... .. ., . . ? 72,677.30

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ENGLAND

BANK OF ENGLAND*
Incorporated August 23, 1898. Charter No. 48.

O fficers — G . W . Morris, President; J. K. Brodie, Vice
Hoover, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors — G . W . Morris, J. B. Duncan, E . M . Farer,

President;

J. K. Brodie, Cashier; W . L .

W . L . Hamilton, F . M . Hankins, J. K.

Brodie.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .$ 4,186.82
Loans and discounts, secured. . . . 98,592.63
Loans on real e sta te ........................ 92,696.46
Overdrafts ...........................................
794.67
Other bonds and securities............ 34,714.05
Banking house ............................... 4,500.00
Due from reserve b a n k s................. 19,767.28
Checks on other b an k s...................
474.35
Currency .............................................
584.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............
199.87
T o ta l..................................................$256,510.13
*Closed November 14, 1914.

ENGLAND

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$ 50, 000.00
Surplus .................................................. 18, 000.00
Undivided profits .............................
231.67
104, 304.88
Bills p ay ab le..............
Notes rediscounted .......................... 24, 745.17
Individual d ep osits.......................... 53, 829.91
Certificates of deposit, time . . . . 4, 398.50
Reserved for ta x e s ........................ . 1, 000.00
T o ta l...................................................$256,510.13

In the hands of the Bank Department for liquidation.

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated December 22, 1911. Charter No. 361.

O fficers — J. E . Hicks, President; H . Galloway, V ice President; J. R . England, Cashier.
D irectors — J. E . Hicks, H . Galloway, G . Ayres, W . M . W ilson, W . S. Turner, J. H .
E.

M.

Faver, J.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured . .$ 56,523.59
Loans on real estate ...................... 35,426.05
Overdrafts ........................................... 2,308.15
Banking house ................................. 4,000.00
Due from reserve b a n k s................. 10,205.20
Checks on other banks ................. 2,632.47
Currency ............................................. 1,932.00
Cold .......................................................
755.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............ 1,107.68
$114,890.14
Total

EUDORA

Swaim,

R . England.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ......................................$
Surplus ...............................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
Total

25,000.00
3,500.00
2,966.57
30,000.00
49,116.64
4,146.93
160.00

$114,890.14

BANK OF EUDORA
Incorporated February 23, 1904. Charter No. 152.

O fficers — H . W . Graves, President; A . Meyer, V ice President; E . F .
A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — H . W . Graves, A . Meyer, E . F . Stevens, E . S. Hilliard,

E . M . Sleeker.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, demand. . . . 1.252.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 12,969.41.
Loans and discounts, secured . . . . 48.328.73
Loans on real estate ..................... 23,567.97
Furniture and fixtu res................... 2,536.25
Banking house .................................... 7.500.00
Other real e sta te ............................... 1.500.00
Items in tr a n sit.................................
43.09
Due from reserve b a n k s................. 21.128.74
264.00
Checks on other b a n k s...................
Currency ............................................. 1.316.00
255.00
Gold ................................. ....................
Silver and fractional coin ............ 2,031.56
960.50
Other resources .................................
$123,653.25
Total



Stevens, Cashier; M . Cashion,

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... 25.000. 00
Undivided profits ............................. 1,750.57
Bills payable ...................................... 20.000. 00
Individual d ep osits.......................... 27,119.61
Public funds ...................................... 6,571.26
Certificates of deposit, time . . . . 42,454.48
Certified c h eck s.................................
226.81
530.52
Cashier’s checks ...............................

Total

$123,653.25

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EUDORA

MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK
Incorporated September 18, 1911. Charter No. 349.

O fficers — W . H . Stephenson, President; M . Schwartz, Vice President; B.
Covington, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — W . H . Stephenson, M . Schwartz, B. L . Ross, O . A . Fischel,

L . Ross, Cashier; F . F.
A . Feibelman, John \V.

Griffin, N . Cohn, O . G . Anderson.
Statement ol October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, unsecured .. $ 7,550.05
Loans and discounts, secured . . 21,360.10
Loans on real estate ..................... 40,917.33
Overdrafts ...........................................
66.03
Other bonds and securities . . . .
74.20
Furniture and fixtures ................... 2,721.08
684.90
Cash ite m s ..............................
Due from reserve b a n k s.... 9,216.39
Checks on other b a n k s.......
60.00
Currency ............................................. 1,222.00
Gold .....................................
25.00
Silver and fractional c o in . 2,167.95
Total ..................................................$ 86,065.03

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ......................................$
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
Cashier’s checks ...............................

25,000.00
3,536.08
14,500.00
31,041.68
3,260.68
8,191.95
534.64

Total ..................................................$ 86,065.03

EUREKA SPRINGS

BANK OF EUREKA SPRINGS
Incorporated May 4, 1912. Charter No. 374.

O fficers — H . Clay W illis, President; F . M . Call, V ice President;
Farley, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — W m . Kappen, B. A . Tweedy, J. Fred Bolton, F . M . Call,

J. H . W illis, Cashier; O . G .
Ray J. Smith, H . Clay W illis,

J. H . W illis.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ......................................
Savings deposits ...............................
Individual deposits ........................
Due to non-reserve banks ............
Certificates of deposit,demand . .
Cashier’s checks .............................
Other liab ilities..................................

10,000.00"
150.00
6.28
2,500.00
1,701.65
22,721.49
22,812.73
3,747.11
13.15
30.00

.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . . . .$ 1,412.50
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 12,312.21
Loans and discounts, secured . . . . 31,755.49
Loans on real estate ..................... 1,842.85
Overdrafts ...........................................
264.46
Other bonds and securities . . . .
231.50
Furniture and fixtu res..... 2,754.11
Due from non-reserve banks . . . . 1,000.00
Cash ite m s .............................
52.95
Due from reserve banks ............... 5,768.72
Checks, on other banks .................
533.40
Currency ............................................. 3,373.00
Gold ....................................................... 1,362.50
Silver and fractional c o in
597.16
Other resources ..................................
421.56
T o ta l..................................................$ 63,682.41

T o ta l..................................................$ 63,682.41

EVENING SHADE

BANK OF EVENING SHADE
Incorporated February 5, 1901. Charter No. 69.

O fficers — W . A . Edwards, President; M . Stokes, V ice
D irectors — W . A . Edwards, M . Stokes, W . N . Metcalf,

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, secured . . . $ 23,236.01
Loans on real e sta te ............ 1,115.90
Other bonds and securities . . . .
230.00
Furniture and fixtures ................... 1,198.78
Banking h o u se .......................
600.00
Due from reserve b a n k s.... 11,484.12
Currency ............................................. 1,510.00
Gold ...................................
807.50
Silver and fractional coin ............
503.96
$ 4Q.B86.27
Total



President; W . N . Metcalf, Cashier.
G . E. Craig, O . S. Westmoreland.

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ......................................$ 10,000.00
Surplus ................................................
680.00
Undivided profits ............................. 1,005.70
Individual deposits ........................ 20,503.66
Public funds ...................................... 7,810.66
Due to non-reserve banks ............
686.25
Total

$ 40,686.27

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EVERTON

BANK OF EVERTON
Incorporated October 24, 1913. Charter No. 424.

O fficers — J. E . Potts, President; F .
Rowland, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — J. E . Potts, F . M . Jones,

M . Jones, V ice President;

Guy A . Freeling, Cashier;

Ben

J. M . Shinn, Troy Pace, Guy A . Freeling.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, demand . .$
Loans and discounts, secured
Due from reserve b a n k s..........
Checks on other banks ..............
Currency ........................................
Gold ..................................................
Silver and fractional coin . . . . ,
Other resources............................ .
T o ta l............................................. . .$

16,234.05
6,195.40
6,138.55
356.14
1,289.00
220.00
579.13
20.21
31,032.48

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ................................. . .$ 10,000.00
19,902.48
Individual deposits ...................
Certificates of deposit, time . .
1,130.00

T o ta l.............................................

31,032.48

FAYETTEVILLE
CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated April 2, 1908. Charter No. 254.

O fficers — J. C . White,
D irectors — J. C . White,

President; G . W . Hayes, Vice President; T . I. Abshier, Cashier.
G . W . Hayes, W . M . Dowell, Jay Fulbright, J. L . Mitchell.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
.Loans and discounts, unsecured . .$
Loans and discounts, secured . .
Loans on real e sta te ........................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and securities . . . .
Furniture and fixtures ...................
Due from reserve banks ............
Checks on other banks .................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Total ............................................... $

13,330.18
17,089.91
7,050.00
80.16
283.97
187.50
11,326.26
1,275.53
1,149.00
10.00
' 465.42
52,247.93

LIABILITIES.
Undivided profits ............................. 1,918.34
Bills payable ......................................
28.00
Individual d ep o sits.......................... 38,044.13
Certificates of deposit, demand . . 2,257.46
C a p ita l s t o c k .............................................$ 1 0 ,000 .0 0

Total ................................................$ 52,247.93

FAYETTEVILLE
FIRST SAVINGS BANK
Incorporated January 29, 1912. Charter No. 367.

O fficers — A rt T . Lewis, President; J. J. Baggett, V ice
Key, A sst. Cashier; A . E . Collier, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — A rt T . Lewis, Ben Holcomb, J. J. Baggett,
G.

President; Ben Holcomb, Cashier; K. C .

F . P. Earle, E . F . Ellis, S. F . Dowell,
W . Rattenberry, D . F . M cM illan, W . T . Nesbit.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, secured . . .$ 3,500.00
Loans on real estate ...................... 67,921.09
Cash ite m s ...........................................
100.15
Due from reserve b a n k s................. 13,397.80
Total .................................................$ 84,919.04



LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $
S u rp lu s................
Undivided p rofits...............................
Savings deposits .............................
Reserved for in te r e st......................
Total .................................................$

10,000.00
2,000.00
1,751.38
70,567.66
600.00
84,919.04

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FAYETTEVILLE

McILROY BANKING CO.
Incorporated December 24, 1892. Charter No. 31.

O fficers—E. B. Harrison, President; J. H . M cllroy, Vice
Hall, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors—E. B. Harrison, J. H . M cllroy, C. D. M cllroy,

President; H . K. Wade, Cashier; F . P.

J. K. Pool, H . K. Wade.
Statement oi October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, unsecured..$ 25,957.06
Loans and discounts, secured . . . . 298,418.50
Loans on real e sta te ........................ 99,470.98
Overdrafts ...........................................
825.71
Banking h o u se .................................... 8,626.20
Other real estate ............................. 3,800.00
Due from non-reserve banks . . . . 94,663.79
Cash items ........................................
698.06
Due from reserve b a n k s.............. 146,341.79
Checks on other banks ................. 1,391.12
Currency ............................................. 3,688.00
Gold ....................................................... 7,930.95
Silver and fractional c o in ............ 1,048.20
$692,860.36
Total

FORDYGE

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$ 50,000.00
Surplus ............................................... 145,105.78
Undivided profits ............................. 17,135.80
Savings deposits ............................... 112,585.67
Individual d ep osits.......................... 212,040.15
Public funds ...................................... 96,572.32
Certificates of deposit, demand . . 59,294.44
Cashier’s checks ..............
126.20

Total

$692,860.36

BANK OF FORDYCE
Incorporated May 23, 1890. Charter No. 20.

O fficers— A . B. Banks, President; E . A . Acruman, V ice President; L . Am is, Cashier; E . C . Ben­
ton, A sst. Cashier.
<
D irectors— A . B. Banks, E. A . Acruman, J. G . Pattillo, L . L . Trussell, E. T . Collins, V . R. Harris,
C . B. Hickey, Red Thomas, P. W . Dedman, J. T . Richardson, Dr. F . E . Harrison, John R.
Hampton, L . Am is.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .$ 15,226.00
Loans and discounts, secured . . . . 257.545.09
Loans on real estate ..................... 44,518.16
Overdrafts ........................................
365.33
Other bonds and secu rities.......... 3,843.45
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,500.00
Banking house ................................. 12,000.00
Due from non-reserve banks . .
336.86
Cash ite m s...........................................
21.26
D ue fro m re s e rv e b a n k s .................... 54 ,860 .5 5
Checks on other b a n k s...................
846.11
Currency ............................................. 18,682.00
Gold ....................................................... 1,302.50
Silver and fractional coin ............ 2,975.95
60.00
Other resources.................................
$415,083.26
Total

FOREMAN

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .......................................$100,000.00
S u rp lu s.................................................. 15,000.00
Undivided profits ...........
4,978.35
Bills payable ...................................... 12,500.00
Notes rediscounted .......................... 10,455.77
Savings deposits ............................... 10,201.10
Trust funds ......................................
284.44
Individual d ep osits.......................... 155,443.89
Public funds ...................................... 6,122.79
D ue to n o n -re se rv e b a n k s .............. 20 ,5 2 5 .0 7
Certificates of deposit, demand . . 78,683.45
Cashier’s checks .............................
888.40
Total

$415,083.26

BANK OF FOREMAN
Incorporated May 24, 1907. Charter No. 235.

O fficers— Carl Schuman, President; H . M . M clver, Vice President; L . J. Atkinson, Vice
dent; R . E. Bowles, Cashier; J. W . Hopson, Jr., Asst. Cashier.
Directors— Carl Schuman, L . J. Atkinson, James H . Ellis, H . M . M clver, A . N . LaGrone.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .$
Loans and discounts, secured . . .
Loans on real estate ...................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and securities . . . .
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house .................................
Other real estate ..........................
Due from non-reserve banks . . . .
Due from reserve banks..............
Checks on other b a n k s...................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Total



Presn

203.39
41,822.44
26,063.08
85.51
192.22
2,173.35
1,466.65
679.05
949.85
13,105.75
500.26
1,390.00
407.50
1,647.60
90,686.65

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable .................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ..........
Cashier’s checks ...............................
Other liabilities .................................

Total

20,000.00
5,000.00
4,558.88
25,000.00
31,124.50
4,872.00
101.70
29.57

90,686.65

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FOREMAN

c it i z e n s b a n k

Incorporated February 4, 1903. Charter No. 112.

O fficers— E . G . Campbell, President; A . O . Lewis,
Gantt, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— E. G . Campbell, L . B. Anderson, R.
N.

Vice President; A . E . Waters, Cashier;
P. Lindsay,

Thos.

Dollarhide,

A.

O.

Fred
Lewis,

A . George, A . E . Waters.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, demand . .
Loans and discounts, secured . . .
Loans on real estate ...................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and securities............
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house .................................
Due from reserve b a n k s.................
Checks on other banks ...................
Currency .............................................
Gold ......................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Total

2.260.00
48,074.52
11,144.93
521.26
708.40
1.293.00
3,000.00
20,601.02
71.67
2.346.00
102.00
2,103.60
92,226.40

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .............................
Surplus ........................................
Undivided profits ......................
Individual d ep o sits....................
Public funds ...............................
Due to non-reserve banks . . .
Certificates of deposit, time .
Cashier’s checks ........................
Reserved for in ter est..............

$ 15,000.00
13,900.00
4.600.72
39,854.51
2,372.98
532.65
14,755.95
378.99
830.60

Total

92,226.40

FORREST CITY

BANK OF EASTERN ARKANSAS
Incorporated September 2, 1886. Charter No. 3.

O fficers— Jair.es Fussell,
dent; J. L . Fondrey,
D irectors— James Fussell,
Joel E .

Wynne,

President; A . Becker, V ice President; John W . Alderson, Vice Presi­
Cashier; W . W . Campbell, A sst. Cashier.
A . Becker, S. H . Menn, John W . Alderson, A . J. Vaccero, E. P. Taylor,
J. L . Fondrey, W . W . Campbell.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

•RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, demand ..$
5,017.38
Loans-and discounts, unsecured . . 50,678.42
Loans and discounts, secured . .. 116,732.72
Loans on real e sta te ............ 13,376.73
Overdrafts .......................................... 1,608.25
Other bonds and securities............ 34,864.79
Furniture and fixtures ................... 2,236.88
Banking h o u se....................... 6,000.00
Items in tr a n sit.....................
660.00
Cash ite m s ..............................
250.39
Due from reserve banks ............ 38,769.24
Checks on other banks .................
3-55.54
Currency ............................................. 7,568.00
Gold ...................................................... 1,265.00
Silver and fractional c o in .
975.00
Other resources ...............................
928.28
$281,286.62
Total

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .............. .......................$ 30,000.00
Surplus ................................................ 30,000.00
Undivided profits ............................. 29,187-24
Bills payable ...................................... 10,000.00
Dividends unpaid .............................
81.00
Individual deposits ........................ 139,440.70
Certificates of deposit, time . . . . 42,577.68

Total

$231,286.62

FORREST CITY

PLANTERS BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated June 30, 1910. Charter No. 315.

O fficers— L . R. Grobmyer, President; J. T . Sanders, V ice
James M . Gilliam, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— L . R . Grobmyer, J. T . Sanders, H . P. Gorman,
W . M . Block, H . R . Clark,

H.

P. Gorman, Cashier;

T . O . Fitzpatrick, J. W .

Barnhart,

Oscie Walker.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, unsecured..$
Loans and discounts, secured . . .
Loans on real estate .....................
Overdrafts*...........................................
Other bonds and securities ..........
Furniture and fixtures ...................
Banking h o u se ....................................
Other real estate .............................
Cash ite m s ...........................................
Due from reserve b a n k s.................
Checks on other banks ...................
Currency .............................................
Gold ...................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Other resources ...............................
Total



President;

8,784.61
45,193.49
17,979.35
352.15
575.63
2,806.80
647.26
2,440.73
672.34
14,125.34
469.42
1,546.00
764.00
957.39
919.95
98,234.46

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$ 34,375.00
Bills payable .......................................... 5,000.00
Individual d ep osits.......................... 53,557.14
Certificates of deposit, demand . . 5,302.32

Total

98,234.46

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FORT SMITH

ARKANSAS VALLEY TRUST CO.
Incorporated March 2, 1906. Charter No. 206.

O fficers— John C . Gardner, President; C. E.
D irectors— C . R . Breckenridge, W . J. Echols,
B. McDonough,

James

F.

Speer, V ice President; J. E . Leming, Secretary.
John C . Gardner, C . E . Speer, Rudolph Rey, James
Read, Dr. H . Moulton.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES’.
Loans and discounts, demand . . . $ 23,243.10
Loans and discounts, unsecured.. 113,147.24
Loans and discounts, secured . . . 216,037.43
Loans on real estate ................... 88,902.53
Overdrafts ........................................... 4,094.74
Other bonds and securities . . . . 40,594.00
Furniture and fixtures ................... 22,951.76
Other real estate ............................. 60,189.54
Items in transit ............................... 3,368.02
Due from reserve banks .............. 88,059.24
Checks on other banks ................. 2,711.48
Currency ............................................. 9,926.00
Gold .......................................................
320.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............ 3,567.58
Other resources ............................... 10,604.02
$689,716.74
Total

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .......................................$250,000.00
Undivided profits ............................. 8,805.02
Bills payable ...................................... 100,000.00
Savings deposits ............................... 84,418.03
Individual d ep osits.......................... 75,960.56
Public funds ...................................... 11,195.50
Due to non-reserve banks ............ 129,074.21
Certificates of deposit, time . . . . 26,940.83
Cashier’s checks ............................... 1,066.44
Reserved for in ter est...................... 2,216.15

Total

$689,716.74

FORT SMITH

BANK OF COMMERCE*
Incorporated November 23, 1910. Charter No. 325.

O fficers— J. F . Mayes, President; S. W . Peel, V ice
D irectors— J. F. Mayes, R. O . Herbert, S. W . Peel,

President; L . V . Devlin, A sst. Cashier.
Jay Fulbright, W . H . Morton, Bruce Holcomb.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .$ 8,447.35
Loans and discounts, secured . . . 56,312.82
Loans on real estate..................... 9,350.00
Overdrafts ........................................ 3,411.39
Furniture and fixtures ................... 6,558.29
Other real e sta te ............................... 2,750.00
Items in transit ...............................
110.50
Cash items ........................................
718.24
Due from reserve banks ............... 3,557.01
Checks on other b a n k s................... 1,709.50
Currency ............................................. 3,134.00
Gold ...............................................
245.00
S ilv er a n d fra c tio n a l coin ..............
188.27
Other resources............................
4,815.16
Total ..................................................$101,307.53
^Closed November 27, 1914.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$
Bills payable .................................
Savings deposits ...............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, demand . .
Cashier’s checks ...............................

50,000.00
15,566.00
1,988.37
31,318.46
2,324.05
110.65

T o ta l..................................................$101,307.53

Voluntary liquidation.

FORT SMITH

FORT SMITH BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated August 3, 1903. Charter No. 138.

O fficers— W . R . Brooksher, President; C . B. Carter, Cashier; C . A . McLean, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . R . Brooksher, C . B. Carter, J. F. Neece, J. H . Carnahan, Nathaniel Dyke, M .

B.

Marks, C . E. Warner.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts,' demiTnd . .$ 3,198.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 139,245.29
Loans and discounts, secured . . . 194,879.83
Loans on real e sta te ........................ 76,533.00
Overdrafts ........................................... 1,761.62
Other bonds and securities . . . . 9,880.00
Furniture and fixtures ................. 9,001.32
Other real estate ............................. 21,181.30
Items in transit ............................... 2,478.10
Cash items ...................................... 1,099.26
Due from reserve banks .............. 35,505.18
Checks on other b a n k s...................
993.54
Currency ............................................. 2,153.00
Gold ......................................................
60.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............ 2,215.65
T o ta l................................................... $500,185.09



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .......................................$100,000.00
Undivided profits ............................. 7,744.50
Bills payable ...........
90,000.00
Notes rediscounted.......................... 22,600.00
Savines deposits ............................... 95,934.96
Individual d ep osits.......................... 75,565.36
Public funds ...................................... 87,408.82
Due to non-reserve b an k s.............. 13,606.37
Certificates of deposit, demand . . 7,124.15
Cashier’s checks ...............................
200.93

Total .................................................$500,185.09

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FOUKE
O fficers — J. W .
D irectors — S. J.

STATE BANK OF FOUKE
Incorporated April 6, 1914. Charter No. 436.
Maxwell, President; Allen Winham, Vice President; R . E. Maxwell, Cashier.
Davis, J. W . Maxwell, Allen Winham, P. P. Elam, R . E. M axwell.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .$
Loans and discounts, secured . . .
Loans on real estate ......................
Furniture and fixtures ...................
Banking house .................................
Due from reserve banks ..............
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ............
T o ta l..................................................$

450.00
2,432.55
883.65
956.36
2,283.87
11,454.17
812.00
45.00
80.35
19,397.95

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ......................................$ 10,000.00
Surplus ................................., ............
865.06
Individual d ep osits.......................... 8,532.89

T o ta l..................................................$ 19,397.95

FOUNTAIN HILL

FOUNTAIN HILL BANK
Incorporated January 25, 1913. Charter No. 402.

O fficers — E . W . Gates, President; G . W . M ears, V ice President; Leslie J. Savage,
O.
G . Mears, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — L . W . Dillard, Leslie J. Savage, E . W . Gates, A . G . Pierce, G . W . M ears.

Cashier;

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .$
Loans and discounts, secured . . .
Loans on real e sta te ........................
Other bonds and secu rities..........
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking h o u se....................................
Due from reserve banks ...............
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ............
Total

FRANKLIN

439.55
16,700.39
3,902.48
7.50
843.07
2,000.00
7,001.34
810.00
45.00
409.10
32,158.43

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ................................... .$ 10,000.00
Surplus ................................................
500.00
Undivided profits .............................
743.38
Bills payable ...................................... 15,000.00
Individual deposits ........................ 4,874.18
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
912.50
Cashier’s checks ...............................
128.37
Total

BANK OF FRANKLIN
Incorporated June 13, 1905. Charter No. 182.

O fficers — J. D . Smith, President; W . C . Gaston, V ice President;
D irectors — J. D . Smith, H . Gaston, W . L . Gaston, W . C . Gaston,
T.

W.

32,158.43

T . W . Simpson, Cashier.
W . A . W ilson, A . F . Batterton,

Simpson.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured . ..$ 35,907.58
Overdrafts ......................................... 2,950.31
Other bonds and secu rities.........
441.10
Furniture and fixtures ................... 1,350.30
Bauking h o u se .......................
500.00
Due from non-reserve banks . . . .
44.30
Due from reserve banks ............... 1.126.93
Checks on other banks ...................
190.65
Currency .....................................
1,513.00
Gold .......................................................
120.00
30.45
Silver and fractionalc o in ..............
Other resources ................
64.79
$ 44,239.41
Total



LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ..........
Surplus ...................
Undivided profits .
Bills payable ..........
Individual deposits
Public funds ..........
Cashier’s checks . .

Total

10 , 000.00

250.00
498.45
10,664.21
20,764.04
62.71
2 , 000 .00

$ 44,239.41

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FULTON

BANK OF FULTON
Incorporated April 29, 1904. Charter No. 156.

O fficers— H . L . B ’ Shers, President; W illiam Temple, Vice President; T . J. Carter, Cashier;
Rowland, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— H . L . B ’ Shers, William Temple, J. J. Battle, Chas. Schwarz, J. R . Autrey.

Chas.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . $
Loans and discounts, secured. . . .
Loans on real-estate ......................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Furniture and fixtu res...................
Items in tr a n sit.................................
Due from non-reserve banks . . . .
Cash ite m s...........................................
Due from reserve b a n k s.................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Other resources ...............................
Total

GARFIELD

9,652.09
19,368.45
30,518.60
2,144.48
2,409.56
103.28
862.68
1,094.75
10,060.15
986.00
347.50
288.38
327.44
78,163.36

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$
Bills payable ....................................
Notes rediscounted ..........................
Individual d ep osits..........................
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
Cashier’s checks ...............................

Total

20,000.00
10,000.00
8,956.32
20,285.24
18,884.90
36.90

78,163.36

BANK OF GARFIELD
Incorporated February 26, 1913. Charter No. 410.

O fficers— J. F . Whitney, President; William
D irectors— J. F . Whitney, J. S. Herod.

Humphrey, Vice President; J. S. Herod, Cashier.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES’.
Loans and discounts, demand . . .$
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .
Loans and discounts, secured . . . .
Furniture and fix tu res...................
Due from non-reserve banks . . . .
Due from reserve banks ............
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ............
Other resources ...............................
Total ............................................... $

GENTRY

LIABILITIES.
205.00 Capital s to c k ......................................$ 5,000.00
252.72 Individual d ep osits.... 6,951.83
4,568.23. Certificates of deposit, time . . . . 1,870.00
1,044.30
599.65
6,158.04
490.00
367.50
43.60
92.79
Total ............................................... $ 13,821.83
13,821.83

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated December 4, 1911. Charter No. 359.

O fficers— R . H . Carl, President; J. G . Hennon, V ice President; J. N . Covey,
D irectors— R . H . Carl, J. J. Carl, J. N . Covey, J. G . Hennon, E . C . Pickens.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, demand. . .$
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .
Loans and discounts, secured . . .
Loans on real estate ................... .
Overdrafts .............. .........................
Other bonds and securities . . .
Furniture and fixtu res.................
Banking house ...............................
Due from reserve banks ............ .
Checks on other b a n k s.................
Currency ...........................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ..........
Other resources .............................
Total ............................................. .$



Cashier.

611.70
12,792.78
20,738.60
14,622.20
17.61
80.35
1,000.00
5,000.00
22,692.82
65.86
7,387.00
875.00
2,021.9T>
2,019.29
89,925.16

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. .$
Undivided profits ............................
Individual d ep o sits........................
Ptiblic funds ....................................
Certificates of deposit, demand .
Other liabilities ............................

15,000.00
2,444.90
65,005.28
114.30
7,359.12
1.56

Total .............................................

89,925.16

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GILLETT

BANK OF GILLETT
Incorporated June 20, 1905. Charter No. 183.

O fficers— J. H . Martin, President; A . M . Lowe,
Swinehart, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. H . Martin, A . H . Richter, W . W .

V ice President; J. M . Thompson, Cashier; C . H .
Lowe, J. M . Thompson, A . M . Lowe, J. W . A .

Norden, R . D . Rasco.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . $ 1,550.40
Loans and discounts, unsecured. 16,960.67
Loans and discounts, secured. . 90,116.59
3,000.00
Loans on real estate ...................
3,000.70
Overdrafts ........................................
5,124.06
Other bonds and securities . . . .
Furniture and fixtu res.................
2.511.35
Banking house ...............................
1,436.10
2,665.85
Due from non-reserve banks .
Due from reserve h a n k s.............. 12,852.07
Currency ...........................................
1,200.00
Gold ....................................................
240.00
402.02
Silver and fractional c o in ..........
$141,059.81

GILLHAM

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................
Surplus ........................................ .
4,000.00
Undivided profits ..................... :: . .
143.18
Bills payable ............................... . . . 45,685.00
Individual d ep osits................... . . . 49,475.82
Public funds ................................. . . 14,571.73
Certificates of deposit, time .
5,989.07
1,195.01
Cashier’s c h ec k s.........................

Total .......................................... . . .$141,059.81

BANK OF GILLHAM
Incorporated May 15, 1905. Charter No. 179.

O fficers— B. E . Hendrix, President; J. L . Flanagin, V ice President; N at
D irectors— B. E. Hendrix, J. L . Flanagin, S. R . Margin, N at Hughes.

Hughes, Cashier.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, demand . .
Loans and discounts, unsecured.
Loans and discounts, secured . . .
Loans on real estate ....................
Overdrafts ........................................
Furniture and fixtu res.................
Other real estate ..........................
Cash items ......................................
Due from reserve hanks ............
Checks on other h a n k s.................
Currency ...........................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ..........
Total ............................................. • $

LIABILITIES.
244.95 Capital stock ................................. . .
227.85 Undivided profits ........................
26,181.70 Bills payable -.................................
3,758.35 ■ Individual deposits . . .-............... ... .
1.00 Public funds .................................
1,608.00 'Certificates of deposit, time . .
935.00
100.00
128.90
3,781.41
5.25
310.00
15.00
178.36
37,475.77
Total ........................................... . .$

12,500.00
1,262.20
7,500.00
12,938.12
3,047.49
185.00
42.96

37,475.77

GLENWOOD

BANK OF GLENWOOD
Incorporated December 27, 1912. Charter No. 398.

O fficers— W . C . Hays, President; W . E. Taylor, First Vice President; H . L . Watkins, Second Vice
President; K. E. Hallman, Cashier; G . B. W ilson, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . C. Hays, W . E. Taylor, H . L . Watkins, S. N . Fain, F . B. Clement, G . W . Law­
less, G . W . Tolleson,

K. E. Hallman, T . E . Alford.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .$
Loans and discounts, secured . . . .
Loans on real estate .....................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and secu rities..........
FHirniture and fixtures .................
Banking h o u se....................................
Other real e sta te ...............................
Cash items ........................................
Due from reserve h a n k s.................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
$
Total



2,400.00
30,473.50
9,882.26
571.67
695.72
1.417.75
2,515.35
750.00
86.50
7,135.55
1,787.00
55.00
602.65
58,372.95

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits ..............
Individual d ep osits..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, demand . .
Cashier’s checks ...............................

Total

15,000.00
1,125.00
1,716.59
30,901.73
6.169.98
3,178.25
281.40

$ 58,372.95

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GRADY

BANK OF GRADY
Incorporated September 25, 1913. Charter No. 423.

O fficers— J. H . Heliums, President; B. F. Ingram, Vice President; Coke C . Cotham, Cashier.
D irectors— J. H . Heliums, B. F . Ingram, T . S. Lovett, S. A . Wood, W . S. Hastings, E . L . Hutchim
son, J.

W.

Sanders.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, demand . ..$
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .
Loans and discounts, secured . .
Loans on real e sta te ........................
Furniture and fixtu res...................
Banking; house .................................
Due from non-reserve banks . . . .
Due from reserve b a n k s.................
Currency .............................................
Silver and fractional coin ............
Total

3,300.00
7,306.94
10,511.60
4,436.56
1,591.07
2,527.18
858.61
6,329.34
705.00
592.60
38,158.90

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ..........................
Bills p ayab le......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certified checks ...............................
Cashier’s c h eck s...............................

15,000.00
222.35
3,000.00
17,022.60
2,500.00
413.95
38,158.90

Total

GRAVETTE
BANK OF GRAVETTE
Incorporated February 28, 1898. Charter No. 46.

Officers— J. T . Edmondson, President; D . T . Roseborough, Vice President; A . E. Kindlev, Cashier;
Uther Kindley, A st. Cashier.
Directors— J. T . Edmondson, D . T . Roseborough, J. F . Dorsett, C . W . W itty, E . M . Gravett, A . E.
Kindley.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, secured . . . $ 53,631.06
Loans on real e sta te ........................ 38,385.10
Overdrafts ........................................... 1,297.54
Furniture and fixtures ...........
300.00
Banking house ................................. 2,000.00
Due from reserve banks .............. 37,498.47
309.02
Checks on other banks .................
Currency ............................................. 2,985.00
Gold ..........................................
2.525.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............ 1,574.65
$140,505.84
Total

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ......................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .

Total

25,000.00
12,500.00
5,100.25
54,150.44
43,755.15

$140,505.84

GREEN FOREST

BANK OF GREEN FOREST
Incorporated August 2, 1901. Charter No. 76.

O fficers— W . L . Sneed, President; J. R. Perkins, Vice President; T . H . Vellines, Cashier;
Edgmow, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— A . Debaw, A . L. Kinney, C. D . Shaffer, F . R . Morrow, J. Harrell, M . S. Coxsey,
Sneed,

Lenn

Anderson,

T.

H.

Vellines.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, dem an d ...$ 4,888.43
Loans and discounts, unsecured.. 3,647.94
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 72,278.79
Loans on real estate ..................... 3,192.86
Overdrafts ...........................................
401.81
Furniture and fixtures ................... 2,050.00
Banking house .....................
4,000.00
Other real e sta te ..................... 7,045.00
Due from non-reserve b an k s............ 13,083.88
Checks on other banks ................. 3,658.47
Currency ............................................. 2,277.00
Gold ...............
520.00
Silver and fractional coin ............
387.92
Other resources ............................... 4,700.36
Total
$122,132.46



S. N .
W . L.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$ 50,000.00
Bills payable ........................................ 7,425.00
Individual d ep osits.......................... 46,310.67
Certificates of deposit, time . . . . 13,674.58
Other lia b ilities..................................... 4,722.21

Total

$122,132.46

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GREENWAY

BANK OF GREENWAY
Incorporated October 21, 1907. Charter No. 249.

O fficers— H . G . Shannon, President; S. A . Ward, V ice President; C . F . Brennecke, Cashier.
D irectors— H . G . Shannon, S. A . Ward, C . F . Brennecke, R . W . Turner, J. H . Overton,
Matheney,

I. W .

J. D .

Powel.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured . . . $ 24,142.84
Loans on real e sta te ......... 4,115.00
Overdrafts ............................
213.63
Other bonds and securities . . . .
337.92
Furniture and fixtu res..... 1,700.00
Banking house ................................. 2,117.00
Due from non-reserve banks . . . .
691.08
Due from reserve hanks ............... 4,507.82
Checks on other banks .................
116.72
Currency .............................................
880.00
Gold .......................................................
458.50
Silver and fractional coin ............
358.27
39,638.78
Total

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $ 10,000.00
Surplus ................................................ 1,200.00
Undivided profits .............................
12.51
Bills payable ................................. 3,000.00
Individual deposits ........................ 17,197.39
Certificates of deposit, time . . . . 8,066.78
Cashier’s c h eck s..................
162.10

Total

39,638.78

GREENWOOD

FARMERS BANK
Incorporated August 7, 1907. Charter No. 243.

O fficers— W . L . Seaman, President; C .
H . Bell, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . J. Echols, F . P. Holland,

R . Owens, Vice

President;

W . N . Wilkinson,

Cashier;

C . R . Owens, W . L . Seaman, George C . Packard, W . N .

Wilkinson.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .$ 10,726.83
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 46,901.13
Loans on real e sta te ........... 12,596.84
Overdrafts ...........................................
484.18
Other bonds and secu rities.........
157.00
Furniture and fixtures ................... 2,387.14
Banking house ................................. 3,741.04
Other real estate .............................
500.00
Due from non-reserve banks . . . .
337.78
Cash ite m s..............................
184.35
Due from reserve b a n k s.... 9,138.88
Checks on other banks . . . . . . . . 1,058.10
Currency ............................................. 5,506.00
Gold ....................................................... 1,920.00
Silver and fractional coin ............
162.12
21.27
Other resources ...............................
Total
95,822.66

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds . ....................................
Certificates of deposit, demand . .
Cashier’s c h eck s...............................
Other lia b ilities..................................

24,250.00
7,000.00
2,914.86
2,500.00
42,768.74
2,706.71
13,349.88
306.28
26.19

95,822.66

Total

GREENWOOD

SEBASTIAN STATE BANK
Incorporated August 31, 1914. Charter No. 443.

O fficers— Ezra Hester, President; T . A . Norris, V ice President;
Blaylock, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Ezra Hester, T . A . Norris, Paul Little, C . E . Osborn,
W.

C.

W.

C . Davis,

Cashier;

Alta

C . R . Owsley, Fred McCord,

Davis.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured..?
Loans and discounts, secured...
Loans on real e sta te ........................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and securities . . . .
Furniture and fixtu res...................
Banking house .................................
Other real estate ..........................
Cash ite m s ...........................................
Due from reserve banks ..............
Checks on other banks .................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
$
Total



16,346.60
18,211.47
10,358.25
1,631.86
568.50
1,000.00
2,000.00
6,800.00
466.22
21,874.63
261.58
3,024.00
2,670.00
1,172.02
86,385.13

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ......................................
Savings deposits ...............................
Individual d ep o sits..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ..........
Other lia b ilities.................................

Total

20,000.00
2,000.00
406.92
12,250.00
446.72
31,676.42
11,330.99
8,215.06
59.02

86,385.13

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GRIFFITHVILLE

FIRST BANK
Incorporated November 6, 1905. Charter No. 194.

O fficers— James A . Neaville, President; W . A . Riner, Vice
D irectors— James A . Neaville, W . A . Riner, A . J. Smith.

President;

B. F . Grissom, Cashier.

Statement ot October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. .. . $ 150.00
Loans and discounts, secured .. . 4,382.93
Loans on real estate ..................... 2,089.88
Furniture and fix tu res......
862.50
Banking house .................................
855.13
Due from reserve b a n k s... 3,152.80
Currency ............................................. 1,222.00
Silver and fractional c o in ...........
263.64
Other resources.................... 3,662.16
T o ta l..................................................$ 16,641.04

GRUBBS

' LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $ 2,000.00
Undivided profits .............................
106.24
Individual d ep osits.......................... 14,138.16
Public funds ....................................
86.27
Cashier’s checks .............................
310.37
T o ta l..................................................$ 16,641.04

BANK OF GRUBBS
Incorporated July 21, 1909. Charter No. 284.

O fficers— M ike Denton, President; J. M . Ivy, Vice President;
D irectors— M ike Denton, J. M . Ivy, J. E . W illiam s.

L . O . Whitworth, Cashier.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .$
Loans and discounts, secured. . .
Loans on real e sta te ........................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and securities............
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking b o u se ....................................
Due from non-reserve banks . . . .
Cash items ...................................... .
Due from reserve b a n k s.................
Checks on other b a n k s...................
Currency . . . •......................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Other resources.................................
T o ta l..................................................$

GUION

6,297.31
19,534.43
1,335.00
7.63
30.70
1,475.66
1,596.10
1,568.98
71.50
3,761.55
70.00
1,152.00
587.46
118.25
37,606.57

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ......................................$
Surplus ................................................
Bills payable......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Cashier’s checks ...............................

10,000.00
3.500.00
7,000.00
9.862.58
7,000.00
243.99

T o ta l..................................................$ 37,606.57

IZARD COUNTY BANK
Incorporated November 7, 1911. Charter No. 357.

O fficers— J. W . Williamson, President; Austin
D irectors— J. W . Williamson, W . G . Moore, Ed

Billingsley, V ice President; Theo Justus, Cashier.
Billingsley, Austin Billingsley, E . L . Collier, C'- L .

Deal.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured. . . .$
Loans on real e sta te ........................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and secu rities..........
Furniture and fix tu res...................
Banking house ..................
Due from reserve b a n k s.................'
Checks on other b a n k s...................
Currency .............................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Total
$



22,651.45
673.38
317.74
217.55
1,569.25
1,487.50
4,353.31
297.16
393.00
174.37
32,134.71

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ......................................$ 10,000.0tP
Surplus ...............................................
5 0 8 .4;5
Undivided profits ............................
5 4 6 .3’7
Bills payable ...................................... 4,000.00
Individual deposits ....................... 17,079.89’

Total

32,134.71

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GURDON

CLARK COUNTY BANK
Incorporated August 4, 1900. Charter No. 61.

O fficers— J. H . (Huffman, President; James G . Clark, Vice
John M . Purcell, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. H . Cuffman, James G . Clark, R . C . Childs, A .

President;

R . C . Childs,

Cashier;

B. Banks, C . V . McDaniel.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES'.
Loans and discounts, demand ...$ 2,113.13
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 1,355.35
Loans and discounts, secured .. . 44,763.94
Loans on real e sta te ........... 15,331.98
Overdrafts ...........................................
.74
Other bonds and securities .......... 1,644.42
Furniture and fixtu res....... 2,972.92
Items in tra n sit.....................
101.30
Cash items ........................................
22.05
Due from reserve banks ............... 16,645.40
425.17
Checks on other b a n k s.......
Currency .............................................
2,263.00
Gold .......................................................
305.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............ 1,054.67
Other resources..................... 3,276.92
Total ..................................................$ 92,275.99

GURDON

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual d ep osits..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, time

25,000.00
2,287.32
854.50
10, 000.00
47,257.46
222.72
6,653.99

Total ..................................................$ 92,275.99

MERCHANTS AND FARMERS BANK
Incorporated June 13, 1912. Charter No. 380.

O fficers— John M . Keys, President; W . S.
Rupert A . Stuart, Cashier.
D irectors— R . C . Biggadike, W . J. Capps,

Hearin, Vice President; I. H . Seller, V ice President;

E.

W.
Grayson, W . S. Hearin, John M . Keys, A . H .
Koerner, D r. C. W . McLain, N . W . McLeod, W . A . Measeles, I. H . Seller, Rupert A . Stuart,
Robert Stuart.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.

Loans and discounts, secured . . . $
Loans on real estate ......................
Furniture and fixtu res...................
Due from' reserve banks ...............
Checks on other banks .................
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ............
Other resources.................................
Total

36,333.30
5,422.65
2,845.96
2,773.66
545.16
1,090.00
50.00
716.05
771.67
50,548.45

L IA B IL IT IE S.

Capital stock ....................................$ 16,350.00
Surplus ................................................
430.00
Bills payable ...................................... 6,000.00
Individual deposits ........................ 27,768.45

50,548.45

Total

HAGKETT CITY

HACKETT CITY BANK
Incorporated January 8, 1906. Charter No. 204.

O fficers— Leigh W . Forbes, President; Plymouth Forbes, Vice President;
E.
E . W are, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Leigh W . Forbes, Plymouth Forbes, W . P. Forbes.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Lfj ans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secured.
Loans on real estate .................
Overdrafts ......................................
furniture and fixtures ............
•Other real estate ........................
Cash ite m s......................................
Due from reserve banks............
Checks on other banks..............
Currency ........................................
Gold ..................................................
Silver and fractional coi n. . . .
Other resources ..........................
$
Total



W . P. Forbes, Cashier;

6,383.94
13.235.26
2.985.23
275.29
2.500.00
175.00
525.46
7.970.30
182.77
704.00
47.50
375.55
4.302.27
39,662.57

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ............................... ..$
Shirplus ........................................
Undivided profits ......................
Savings deposits ........................
Dividends unpaid ........................
Individual deposits ................... . .
Public funds ...............................
Certificates of deposit, tim e..
Cashier’s checks ........................
Total

10,000.00
5,000.00
2,176.34
215.89
368.43
15,988.15
1.765.82
3,933.09
214.85

$ 39,662.57

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HAMBURG

HAMBURG BANK
Incorporated February 10, 1902. Charter No. 85.

O fficers — J. P. Blanks, President; W . L . Blanks, Vice
Baird, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — J. P. Blanks, M . E . Sawyer, W . L . Blanks,

President; B. O . Jackson, Cashier; R . W .
John

D.

Currie, Jr., B.

O.

Jackson.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$ 7,538.04
Loans and discounts, secured. . 102,856.58
Loans on real estate................... 50.186.38
Overdrafts .................: .....................
52.00
Other bonds and securities..........
189.17
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2.000.00
Other real estate ............................. 4,245.71
Due from reserve banks............... 15.917.65
Checks on other banks...............
710.11
Currency ........................................... 4,295.00
Gold ...................
50.00
Silver and fractional coin............
995.40
Total ............................................... $189,036.04

HAMBURG

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $
Surplus .............................................
Undivided profits ........................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ..................
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
Cashier’s checks .............................

50,000.00
12>500.00
7,015.67
15,000.00
61,558.07
18,801.63
23.686.32
474.35

Total ............................................... $189,036.04

FARMERS SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated January 24, 1911. Charter No. 331.

O fficers — G . P. George, President; H . C . Wilcoxon, V ice President; Frank Pugh, Cashier;
Brown, A sst. Cashier; Maude F . McCorvey, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — S. O . Savage, L . T . Murphy, G . P. George, Frank Pugh, H . C . Wilcoxon.

C . J.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured..$
32.60
Loans and discounts, secured. . . 94,173.48
Loans on real estate........................ 72.284.00
Overdrafts ........................................
723.28
Other bonds and securities..........
786.10
Furniture and fixtures ............ 2,388.37
Banking house ............................... 4,000.00
Items in transit ............................... 1.356.60
D ue fro m re s e rv e b a n k s ................. 20 .3 0 9 .5 7
Checks on other banks .................
75.00
Currency ............................................. 3.428.00
Gold ....................................................
175.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............ 1,524.37
Other resources ............................. 3,000.00
Total .............................................$204,256.37

HAMPTON

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .............................................
Undivided profits ..........................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ......................
Public funds ...........
Certificates of deposit, time . . .
Cashier’s checks .............................

50,000.00
7,150.10
1,404.17
63,000.00
45,338.31
19.855.71
15,015.24
2.492.84

Total ............................................. $204,256.37

BANK OF HAMPTON
Incorporated November 7, 1903. Charter No. 146.

O fficers — W . L . Furlow, President; D . F . W ilson, V ice
D irectors — W . L . Furlow, D . F. W ilson, D . W . Bass, C .

President; N . N . W ood, Cashier.
L . Poole, W . H . Furlow, W . C . Ribenack,

C . S. McCain.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$
Loans and discounts, secured. . .
Loans on real estate........................
Overdrafts ........................................
Other bonds and securities..........
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house.................................
Due from reserve banks............
Currency ...........................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin............
Total
$



1,053.37
41,926.97
19,168.85
33.61
789.32
2,500.00
4.B00.00
10.776.75
4,761.00
35.00
673.23
85,718.10

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................
Surplus .............................................
Undivided profits ..........................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ....................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ...
Cashier’s checks .............................
Total

15.000. 00
300.00
490.26
10.000. 00
34,553.93
19.996.43
5,228.35
149.13
$ 85,718.10

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HARDY

FARMERS BANK OF HARDY
Incorporated July 17, 1903. Charter No. 135.

O fficers— S. P. Turner, President; J.
Davidson, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors— S. P. Turner, J. R . Metcalf,

R . Metcalf, V ice President;

A . M . Metcalf, Cashier; Jeian

A . M . Metcalf, M ilton Stokes.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured . . . $
Loans on real estate ......................
Furniture and fixtu res.............. .. .
Banking house .................................
Cash items ........................................
Due from reserve hanks ..............
Currency .............................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and fractional coin ..........
Other resources . .............................
Total ............................................. $

HARRELL

34,790.93
2,310.00
1,257.03
2,474.14
421.63
13,471.24
5,734.00
1,080.00
1,207.58
999.88
63,746.43

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 7,500.00
Surplus . .............................................. 7,500.00
Undivided profits ............................. 3,268.20
Individual deposits . .'................... 42,128.57
Other liabilities ............................... 3,349.66

Total ............................................. $ 63,746.43

CALHOUN COUNTY BANK
Incorporated October 26, 1906. Charter No. 220,

O fficers— E . T . Collins,
D irectors— E . T . Collins,

President; A . J. Talbut, V ice President;

B. H . W ard, Cashier;

B. W .

A . J. Talbut, B. H . Ward, A . J. Parker, E . Jones, C . A . Bennett.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured . .$
Loans on real estate ...................
Furniture and fixtures ...............
Banking house .................................
Due from reserve hanks ............
Currency .............................................
Gold .....................
Silver and fractional coin ..........
Total ............................................... $

31,786.44
1,946.72
1.248.70
2,767.50
8,947.13
35.00
35.00
42.78
46,809.27

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits_.............................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, time . . .
Cashier’s checks .............................

15,000.00
4,-553.56
1,961.67
22,703.31
2,381.83
208.90

Total ............................................... $ 46,809.27

HARRISBURG

HARRISBURG STATE BANK
Incorporated January 10, 1899. Charter No. 49.

O fficers— J. G . Gant, President; G . T . Garvey, V ice President; Thos.
Latimer, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. G . Gant, J. W . Gant, J. W . Rooks, Jr., Thos. Flournoy,
strong,

G.

T.

Flournoy, Cashier; S. A .
J. J. Mardis, John A rm ­

Garvey.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured ..$140,280.41
Loans on real estate ................... 2,500.00
Overdrafts . ......................................
72.60
Other bonds and securities . . . .
3.513.71
Furniture and fixtures ................. 4,955.97
Due from reserve banks ............... 14.196.74
Currency ........................._...... 1,363.00
Silver and fractional coin ............
475.83
Total .................................................$167,358.26



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $ 25,000.00
Surplus ................................................ 19,000.00
Undivided profits ............................. 2,892.12
Bills p ay ab le...................................... 22,000.00
Notes rediscounted ........................ 5,139.65
Individual deposits ...................... 53,259.85
Public funds .........._........................ 4,920.49
Certificates of deposit, time . . . . 34,469.17
Cashier’s checks .............................
129.50
547.48
Other liabilities ...............................
Total .................................................$167,358.26

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HARRISBURG

MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated November 25, 1905. Charter No. 195.

O fficers — J. E . Vanbeber, President; S. A . Bettis, Vice President; M . H . Frayser, Cashier; M .
Griffin, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors — J. E. Vanbeber, S. A . Bettis, N . T . Whitaker, W . A . Smith, J. A . Bradsher, Dr. J.

M.
C.

Davis, R . E. Hare, Joe Hall, M . H . Frayser.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. .$ 544.28
Loans and discounts, secured 80,161.94
Loans on real estate ................. 19,891.88
Overdrafts ........................................
256.00
Other bonds and secu rities.......... 7,799.06
Furniture and fixtures ............... 1,500.00
Banking house ............................. 5,#00.0,0
Other real estate .......................... 1,149.51
Cash items ......................................
80.40
Due from reserve banks ............... 9,383.11
Checks on other banks .................
43.80
Currency ............................................. 2,966.00
Gold .......................................................
495.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............ 1,863.69
Total ............................................... $131,134.67

HARRISON

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .............. .................... $ 50,000.00
Surplus ................................................
494.31
Undivided profits ............................. 5,201.55
Bills payable .................................... 30.000.00
Savings deposits .............................
16.00
Individual deposits ........................ 33.248.63
F^iblic funds ................................. 6,173.25
Certificates of deposit, time . . . . 5,891.83'
Cashier’s checks ..........................
109.10

Total

$131,134.67

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated October 1, 1903. Charter No. 143.

O fficers — Chas. M . Greene, President;
Fred W . Greene, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors — Chas. M . Greene, Fred W .

R.

T.

Greene,

Knight,
R. T .

V ice President;

W.

S.

Pettit, Cashier;

Knight.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand ..$ 21,050.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured . 27.158.59
Loans and discounts, secured . . 107,135.25
Loans on real estate ..................... 43,754.75
411.10
Overdrafts .....................
Other bonds and secu rities.......... 1,117.74
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,000.00
B a n k in g ho u se .....................................
5 ,0 00.00
Other real estate .............................
454.00
Due on non-reserve banks .......... 25,652.65
Cash items ...................................... 1,892.77
Due from reserve banks............... 73,634.55
Checks on other banks .................
733.60
Currency ............................................. 15,853.00
Gold .................................................... 11,775.00
Silver and fractional coin . . . . 2.990.79
Total ............................................... $340,613.79

HARRISON

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ......................................$ 37,000.00
Surplus ................................................ 20,000.00
Undivided profits ............................. 1,375.94
Savings deposits ............................... 6,420.79
Individual deposits ........................ 243,328.94
Public funds ....................................
169.19
Certificates of deposit, time . .. 31.3.18.93
Reserved for taxes ........................ 1,000.00

Total ............................................... $340,613.79

FARMERS BANK
Incorporated June 21, 1911. Charter No. 343.

O fficers — E. S. Alexander, President; Dotson Fancher, V ice President; L . F . Eoff,
D irectors — E . S. Alexander, Dotson Fancher, L . F . Eoff, Spencer Baughinan, C . D .

Cashier.
Allison, E . M .

Cantrell.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured .$
Loans and discounts, secured, . .
Loans on real estate ......................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and secu rities..........
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking hou§e ...............................
Items in transit .............................
Due from reserve banks ...............
Checks on other banks .................
Currency .............................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Total
$



10,894.17
16,725.44
19,482.26
12,45
143.60
3,290.00
3,700.00
10.00
4.671.14
711.47
1,100.00
605.95
61.346.48

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 27,000.00
Undivided profits ............................. 1,007.47
Bills payable ................................. 8.000.00
Individual deposits ........................ 25,285.58
Certificates of deposit, tim e ..........
53.43

Total

$ 61,346.48

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HARRISON

PEOPLES BANK
Incorporated April 7, 1902. Charter No. 88.

O fficers— W . J. M yers, President; W . H . Cecil, Vice President; F . M . Maxwell, Cashier; J. M .
Wagley, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . J. M yers, F . M . Maxwell, A . J. Walters, Chas. Czech, W . H . Cecil, J. M . Wagley,
J. L . Sims, J. N . Milum.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand.. $ 520.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured . 19,509.26
Loans and discounts, secured . . 55,175.94
Loans on real estate ..................... 23.588.32
158.63
Overdrafts ........................................
Bonds to secure postal savings . . 3,202.17
Other bonds and securities . . . 8,654.61
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,403.35
Banking house ................................. 6,000.00
Other real estate .............................
385.00
Due from reserve banks .............. 22,424.76
Checks on other b a n k s...................
532.88
Currency ............................................. 3,891.00
Gold ...................................................... 3.325.00
Silver and fractional coin............ 1,299.22
Total .............................................$ 151,070.14

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .............. .................. $
Surplus ................................................
Undivided 'profits .............................
Savings deposits ..........................
Postal savings accounts ............
Individual deposits .........................
Public funds ....................................
Certificates of deposit,demand . .

25,000.00
2,500.00
3,947.71
1.935.09
2,347.80
60,744.77
27,391.34
27,203.43

Total .............................................$ 151,070.14

HARTFORD

BANK OF HARTFORD
Incorporated February 13, 1903. Charter No. 114.

O fficers— William McKinley, President; O . A . Brooke, V ice
E.
B. Wilbourn, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— William McKinley, O . A . Brooke, E . B. Jones,

President;

Carey Holbrook, Cashier;

W . H . Mielmier,

John Barr,

Robert

Boyd, Carey Holbrook, J. C . Reinhard.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . .$ 3,075.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured.. 37,739.50
Loans and discounts, secured . . 77,749.66
Loans on real estate ................... 10.726.68
Overdrafts ...........................................
509.90
Other bonds and securities . . . .
518.43
Furniture and fixtures ................. 3,000.00
Other real estate ............................. 20,026.27
Due from non-reserve banks . .
158,44
Cash items ......................................
103.61
Due from reserve banks .......... 18.735.32
Currency ............................................. 6,694.00
165.00
Gold ......................................................
Silver and fractional coin .......... 1.335.99
Total ............................................... $180,537.80

HARTMAN

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $
Surplus ..............................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Trust funds ......................................
Dividends unpaid .............................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds .................................
Due to reserve banks .................
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
Cashier’s c h eck s...............................

32 500.00
7,500.00
5,211.10
22.500.00
1.114.12
88.00
87.084.42
3,688.09
188.76
17,581.63
3,081.68

Total ................................................$180,537.80

BANK OF HARTMAN
Incorporated August 9, 1904. Charter No. 164.

O fficers— C . H . Langford, President; John E. Daley, V ice President; George W . McCann,
D irectors— C. H . Langford, W . H . Langford, John E . Daley, George W . McCann.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured .$
Loans and discounts, secured . .
Loans on real estate ........................
Overdrafts ........................................
Furniture and fixtures ...................
Banking h o u se ....................................
Other real estate ........................
Due from reserve banks ..........
Checks on other banks .................
Currency .............................................
Gold .....................................
Silver and fractional coin ..........
Total .................................................$



Cashier.

5,377.81
27,898.31
2,400.0o
606.80
2.607.25
1,951.42
650.00
2.60
274.42
597.00
15.00
257.20
42,666.88

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ....................................
Due to reserve banks ...................
Certificates of deposit, time .......
Cashier’s checks .............................

10,000.00
493.57
7.500.00
15,887.82
1,741.06
1,960.66
4,027.35
1,056.42

Total .................................................$ 42,666.88

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BANK OF HATFIELD
Incorporated February 8, 1910. Charter No. 301.

O fficers— T . M . Dover, President; J. O .
son, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— T . M . Dover, C. H . Johnson,

Gates, Vice President; J. C . A llen, Cashier; L . H . John­
W . J. Davis, J. O . Gates, D . E . M yers.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . .$
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secured . .
Loans on real estate ...................
Overdrafts ........................................
Other bonds and securities . .
Banking house ...............................
Items in transit ............................
Due from reserve b a n k s............
Checks on other banks ............
Currency ..........................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and fractional coin . . . .
Total ............................................. .$

HAVANA

3,645.60
2.141.20
31.516.00
1,538.50
13.99
.75
1,200.00
1,300.00
14.50
7,887.65
249.13
2,150.00
285.00
491.91
52,434.23

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...............................
Surplus ............................................. •$
Undivided profits ..........................
Bills payable .................................
Individual deposits .....................
Certificates of deposit, demand .

5,000.00
4,000.00
263.21
2,000.00
34,351.42
6,532.50
287.10

Total ............................................. .$ 52,434.23

BANK OF HAVANA
(Private Bank)
J. E . Mitchell, Owner.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured .$
Loans and discounts, secured . .
Loans on real estate ...................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Furniture and fixtu res...................
Banking house ...............................
Due from reserve banks ..........
Currency .............................................
Silver and fractional coin ..........
Total ............................................... $

HAYNES
O fficers— John J.
D irectors— John J.

3,940.07
11,’506.93
26,478.38
289.03
1.538.40
725.04
7,670.67
1,280.00
899.17
54,327.69

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits ..........................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Cashier’s checks .............................
Other liabilities .............................

5,000.00
25,125.71
1,671.06
3,000.00
19.393.36
135.68
1.88

Total ............................................... $ 54,327.69

BANK OF HAYNES
Incorporated November 29, 1905. Charter No. 197.
Hughes, Jr., President; G . R. Robuck, V ice President; W . A . Harp, Cashier.
Hughes, Jr., J. L . Hughes, G . R. Robuck.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured . .$ 25,604.13
Loans on real estate ...................... 1,000.00
Overdrafts ...........................................
17.76
Furniture and fixtures ............... 1.300.00
Items in transit ............................
503.72
Due from reserve banks ............... 2.800.00
Due from reserve banks .......... 2,309.58
Currency ...........................................
510.00
Silver and fractional coin . . . .
241.94
Total .................................................$ 34,287.13



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable .................................
Notes rediscounted ..........................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
Cashier’s checks .............................

6,250.00
3,750.00
194.11
10,000.00
2.800.00
7,467.61
3,795.00
30.41

Total .................................................$ 34,287.13

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R eport of B a n k C ommissioner
BANK OF GRAND PRAIRIE
Incorporated April 7, 1896. Charter No. 41.

O fficers— A . J. Barrett, President; Ed C . W . W ilken, Vice President;
Aycock, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— A . J. Barrett, Ed C . W . W ilken, John Kocourek, Chas. F .

Harry Yopp, Cashier; C . C.
Betzner, James Stock.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured .$ 14,463.06
Loans and discounts,secured . . 24,154.80
Loans on real e sta te ........................ 33,000.00
503.07
Overdrafts ........................................
Furniture and fixtures ................. 1.000.00
Banking house ................................. 5,500.00
Cash items ...................................... 2,570.54
Due from reserve banks .......... 14,683.37
Currency ............................................. 5,887.00
Silver and fractional coin ..........
588.97
Other resources .............................
38.72
Total ............................................... $102.3-89.53

HAZEN

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .........................
Individual deposits .......................
Certificates of deposit, demand . .

25,000.00
6.204.30
555.75
47,679.46
22,950.02

Total ............................................... $102,389.53

BANK OF HAZEN
Incorporated November 18, 1910. Charter No. 324.

O fficers— A . J. Screeton, President; T . T . Viets, Vice President; J. L . Woosley, Cashier.
D irectors— A . J. Screeton, E. K. Hathaway, T . T . Viets, S. D . Barr, W . D . W hite.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . .$
Loans and discounts, unsecured .
Loans and discounts, secured . .
Loans on real estate .................
Overdrafts ........................................
U. S. bonds ....................................
Other bonds and securities . . .
Banking house ...............................
Cash items ................................... _. .
Due from reserve banks ............
Currency .............................................
Silver and fractional coin . . . .
Total

6,000.00
2,123.27
16,429.06
6.559.14
2.220.22
1.500.00
1.203.06
7,500.00
260.90
3,867.66
525.00
244.03
48,432.34

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ......................
Public funds ...........
Certificates of deposit, t i me. . . .

16,300.00
1.550.31
8.000.00
20.702.13
1,161.54
718.36

Total

48,432.34

HEBER SPRINGS

CLEBURNE COUNTY BANK
Incorporated February 20, 1903. Charter No. 116.

O fficers— W . L . Thompson, President; B . Masingill, V ice President; W . C . Johnson,
N.
B. DeLoach, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . L . Thompson, B . Masingill, W . C . Johnson, N . B. DeLoach, S. B. Rector.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured. . .$149,367.36
Overdrafts ...........................................
447.80
Other bonds and securities..........
138.55
Furniture and fixtures................... 3,743.00
Banking house ............................... 15,500.00
Other real estate.............................
400.00
Cash items ........................................
654.84
Due from reserve banks .............. 20.701.03
Currency .................................
4,681.00
Gold ..................
1,167.50
Silver and fractional c o in ............ 1,224.72
Total ...............................................$198,025.80



Cashier;

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $ 50,000.00
Surplus .............................................. 1,500.00
Undivided profits ............................. 2.171.96
Bills payable .................................... 20,000.00
Individual deposits ........................ 103,718.59
Due to non-reserve banks ............
215.21
Certificates of deposit,demand. 18,409.73
Cashier’s checks ............................... 2.010.31
Total ...............................................$198,025.80

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HELENA

GUARANTY LOAN AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated February 9, 1910. Charter No. 302.

O fficers— E . S. Ready, President; A . N . Tanner, Vice President;
E. R. Crum, Treasurer.
D irectors— E . S. Ready, John I. Moore, A . W . Campbell, Henry P.
Hargraves,

E.

R.

Henry P. Anderson, Secretary;
Anderson, A . N . Tanner, D . T .

Crum.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..$
Loans and discounts, unsecured.
Loans and discounts, secured. . .
Loans on real estate......................
Overdrafts .....................
Other bonds and securities . . . .
Furniture and fixtures .................
Other real estate .............................
Due from non-reserve banks. . .
Due from reserve banks..............
Currency ..........................
Silver and fractional
coin.....
Other resources .............................
Total
$

HELENA

650.00
150.00
5,214.00
28,708.88
721.69
23.071.20
2,494.46
474.03
4.399.35
2.179.92
1,155.00
85.05
3.122.87
72,426.45

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .....................................
Undivided profits .............................
Trust funds ......................................

Total

50,000.00
1,500.00
2.556.78
18,369.67

72,426.45

INTERSTATE BANKING AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated June 30, 1905. Charter No. 186.

O fficers— B. Seelig, President; S. C . Moore, Vice President; C .
D irectors— B. Seelig, S. C. Moore, Seelig L . Mundt, Jacob Fink,

S. Fitzpatrick, Cashier; J. W .
S. Seelig, A . N . Tanner, C . S.

Fitzpatrick.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . .$ 7,281.49
Loans and discounts, unsecured. 219,016.82
Loans and discounts, secured... 262,758.41
Loans on real estate..................... 328,965.57
781.45
Overdrafts ........................................
Other bonds and securities . . . . 21,705.00
Furniture and fixtures................... 4,251.40
Other real estate............................
750.00
Bills of exchange............................. 3,065.17
Due from non-reserve b a n k s.... 1.304.22
Cash item s........................................
321.90
Due from reserve banks.............. 112,168.02
Checks on other banks ................. 3.356.26
Currency ........................................... 7,'715.00
Gold .....................................
587.50
Silver and fractional coin.......... 7,057.20
$981,085.41
Total

HELENA

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .....................................$200,000,00
Surplus ............................................... 100.000.00
Undivided profits .......................... 68.856.61
Bills payable .................................... 30,000.00
Savings deposits .......................... 105.712.46
Individual deposits ........................ 210.543.51
Public funds ................................. 15,184.23
Due to non-reserve banks . . . 13,369.01
Certificates of deposit, time . . 37,541.96
Cashier’s checks ..........................
175.00

Total

$981,085.41

PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated May 16, 1889. Charter No. 9.

O fficers— John I. Moore, President; S. A . Wooten, Vice President; M . E. W est, V ice President;
Gilbert Yaeger, Cashier.
D irectors— John I. Moore, M . E . W est, W . A . Short, W . C . Russwurm, Lee Pendergrass, R . E.
Chew, Jr., S, A . Wooten, G . Quarles, A . N . Tanner, G . L . Davidson, E . M . Allen.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$185,926.23
Loans and discounts, secured . . 237,255.74
Loans on real estate ................... 72,099.60
Overdrafts ........................_.. 1.472.53
Other bonds and securities . . . .
2.774.89
Furniture and fixtures ...............
1.00
Other real estate .......................... 22,804.08
Items in transit .............................
333.90
Due from reserve banks .......... 82.481.58
Checks on other banks ................. 13.429.69
Currency ........................................... 5,535.00
Gold .....................................
20.00
Silver and fractional coin . . . .
3.805.05
Total .................................................$627,939.29



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .................................$ 75,000.00
Surplus ..........................
15.000.00
Undivided profits .......................... 7,061.36
Bills payable _ ................. ....
80,000.00
Savines deposits ................... . . . 121,971.16
Individual deposits ..................... 217.427.90
Public funds .................................... 37.725.90
Due to non-reserve banks.............. 1.378.96
Certificates of deposit,demand . 72,374.01

Total .................................................$627,939.29

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HELENA

SECURITY BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated April 8, 1910. Charter No. 305.

O fficers— S. C . Moore, President; J. L . Solomon, V ice President;
Butterick, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Jos. L . Solomon, Lee Pendergrass, D . A . Keeshan, J. W .

Louis Solomon, Cashier; Percy

Clopton, J. N . W are, S. Straub,
Emanuel Levy, Phil Solomon, S. C . Moore, C . G . King, Am os Jarmon, H . D . M oore.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand ..$ 1,500.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured . 110,627.55
Loans and discounts, secured . . 467.985.77
Loans on real estate ................. 134,202.95
Other bonds and securities . . . . 1,318.90
Furniture and fixtures .............. 4,728.76
Other real estate .......................... 29,300.00
Items in transit .............................
193.75
Due from reserve banks .......... 38,389.45
Checks on other banks ................. 17,482.30
Currency ........................................... 14,743.00
Gold ...................
3,030.00
Silver and fractional coin .......... 7.781.22
Other resources ...............................
967.74
Total .............................................$832,251.39

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $100,000.00
Surplus ................................................ 35,000.00
Undivided profits .......................... 6,500.16
Bills payable .................................. 275,000.00
Savings deposits ................... . . . . 61,062.00
Dividends unpaid ........................
100.00'
Individual deposits ........................ 246,454.54
Public funds .................................... 57,415.55
Due to non-reserve banks ............ 2.944.82
Certificates of deposit,demand .
6,000.00
Certificates of deposit,time . . . .
29,994.05
Cashier’s checks ........................... 11,780.27
Total ..............................................$832,251.39

HERMITAGE

BRADLEY COUNTY BANK
Incorporated November 9, 1906. Charter No. 221.

O fficers— A . B. Banks, President; R . W . Carnley, Vice
D irectors— M . A . Jackson, R . H . Watson, A . E . Baker, J.

President; Guy Stephenson, Cashier.
P. Lansdale, J. A . Turner, W . B. Reasons.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
L oans and discou nts, secured . . $ 3 7 ,513 .7 9
Loans on real estate ...................... 42,362.00
Overdrafts ........................................
40.91
276.00
Other bonds and secu rities.........
Furniture and fixtures ................. 1,699.80
Banking house ............................... 5,500.00
Other real estate ............................. 1,000.00
Due from non-reserve banks . . . 1.000.00
Due from reserve banks ............ 4,093.36
200.58
Checks on other banks .................
Currency .............................................
957.00
Gold ............................................... .. .
65.00
Silver and fractional c o in ............ 1.016.19
95,724.63
Total

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock '. . .
Surplus ...................
Undivided profits
Bills payable . . .
Savings deposits . .
Individual deposits
Public funds . . . .
Cashier’s checks .

Total

$ 2 0 , 0 0 0 .0 0

2 . 000.00

1,978.31
16.500.00
6,375.21
21,694.93
26.174.74
1,001.44

95,724.63

HICKORY RIDGE

BANK OF HICKORY RIDGE
Incorporated February 7, 1910. Charter No. 299.

O fficers— B. F . Greenwood, President; L .
D irectors— B. F. Greenwood, L . O . Ellis,

O . Ellis, V ice President; A . O . Cannon, Cashier.
F. M . Riley.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured ..$ 7,721.14
Loans on real estate ................... 11,021.25
Overdrafts ........................................
20.59
Furniture and fixtures ................. 1.550.45
Banking house . ............................. 2,087.50
Other real estate ..........................
848.98
Cash items ......................................
45.32
Due from reserve banks .............. 1,277.33
Checks on other banks .................
348.72
Currency ...........................................
701.'00
Gold ....................................................
10.00
Silver and fractional coin ..........
242.28
Other resources ...............................
226.79
Total .................................................$ 26,101.35



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $ 10,000.00
Undivided profits .............................
144.46
Bills payable .................................. 7.500.00
Ind:vidual deposits ...................... 6,756.89
Certificates‘of deposit, tim e .......... 1,700.00

Total ................................................. $ 26,101.35

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HINDSVILLE

VALLEY BANK
Incorporated November 18, 1907. Charter No. 250.

O fficers— W . A . Moore, President; M . A . Linebarger, Vice
D irectors— W . A . Moore, M . A . Linebarger, T . R . Lane, C .

President; S. G . Parsley, Cashier.
F . Fitch, M . D . L . Denny, S. G .

Parsley.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured . $ 4,826.00
Loans and discounts, secured . . 18,213.09
Loans on real estate ................. 9,683.50
Overdrafts ........................................
457.41
Furniture and fixtures ................. 1,500.00
Banking house ................................. 2,500.00
Other real estate ..........................
5.00
Due from reserve hanks ............ 10,919.41
Checks on other hanks .................
753.23
Currency ............................................. 1.100.00
Gold .....................................
300.00
Silver and fractional coin ..........
272.25
Total ............................................... $ 50,529.89

HIWASSE

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ...............................................
Undivided profits .............................
Individual deposits ...................
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
Certificates for moneyborrowed .

6.250.00
1,250.00
2,563.05
23,366.31
14,100.53
3,000.00

Total ............................................... $ 50,529.89

BANK OF HIWASSE
(Not Incorporated)
James Banks and J. B. Edwards, Owners..
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured $
Loans and discounts, secured . .
Loans on real estate ...................
Overdrafts ........................................
Furniture and fixtures ..............
Banking house ...............................
Due from non-reserve banks . . . .
Due from reserve banks ..............
C hecks on other banks .................
Currency ...........................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and fractional coin ............
Total

1,014.99
10,478.49
6,700.25
264.64
1,161.00
800.00
7.171.62
1,238.40
20.92
1,141.00
361.00
298.53
30,650.84

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $ 5,000.00
Surplus ............................................... 1,500.00
Undivided profits ..........................
163.32
Individual deposits ...................... 20,212.87
Certificates of deposit, time .......... 3,760.27
Other liabilities .............................
14.38

Total

30,650.84

HOLLY GROVE

BANK OF HOLLY GROVE
Incorporated March 12, 1903. Charter No. 118.

O fficers— Jas. A . W alls, President; P. C. Mayo, V ice
D irectors— Jas. A . W alls, P. C . Mayo, J. W . Mayo,

President; J. I. Matthews, Cashier.
John B. Moore, J. I. Matthews.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . .$ 1,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured . 13,794.25
Loans and discounts, secured . . 113.543.75
Loans on real estate ................... 12,147.84
Other bonds and securities . . . 1,500.00
Furniture and fixtures ............ 2.685.00
Banking house ................................. 3,000.00
Other real estate .......................... 5.404.49
Due from reserve banks.............. 24.645.72
Checks on other banks ............
48.61
Currency ................................... . . . . 1.130.00
Silver and fractional coin ............ 2.500.64
Total .................................................$181,400.30



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................... $
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits ..........................
Bills payable ....................................
Savings deposits ...............................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ....................................
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
Certified checks .............................
Cashier’s checks ..........................

15,000.00
20,000.00
1,933.59
33,500.00
7,307.71
29,801.17
195.52
73,376.91
229.00
56.40

Total .................................................$181,400.30

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HOLLY GROVE

PEOPLES BANK OF HOLLY GROVE
Incorporated March 5, 1910. Charter No. 303.

O fficers— Rudolph Abramson, President; George
Cashier; Rue Abramson, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Rudolph Abramson, S. Seelig, B. Seelig,

W.

Johnson,

V ice

President;

Cay

Hawkins,

S. C . M oore, Rue Abramson, George W . John­

son, W . A . Johnson, C . G . Kerr, Cay Hawkins.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured .$
Loans and discounts, secured , . .
Loans on real estate ...................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and secu rities..........
Furniture and fixtures .................
Due from reserve banks ............
Currency ...........................................
Gold ___ |..............................................
Silver and! fractional coin ..........
Total ............................................... $

HOPE

9,554.98
28,434.23
4,190.00
22.10
59.90
2,333.17
8.460.57
711.00
35.00
651.27
54,362.22

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ...................................... $
Surplus .......................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ......................................
Dividends unpaid .............................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
Cashier’s checks ...........................

15,000.00
2,500.00
1,685.71
14,000.00
25.00
19,172.81
1,904.00
74.70

Total ................................................$ 54,362.22

HEMPSTEAD COUNTY BANK
Incorporated September 30, 1889. Charter No. 12.

O fficers— W . Y . Foster,. President; K. G .
Oglesby, Asst* C&shier*
D irectors— W . Y . Foster, J. H . Wallace,

McRae, Vice President; Chas. B. Foster, Cashier; W . B.

W . F . Bridewell, J. R . Autrey, Chas. B . Foster, K. G .
McRae, Steve Carrigan, Jas. R . Henry, John S. Gibson.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured .$ 3,383.57
Loans and discounts, secured . . 205.251.92
Loans on real estate ................... 21,019.08
Furniture and fixtures ................. 4,525.00
Banking house ............................... 20,000.00
Bills of exchange .......................... 32.362.81
Due from non-reserve banks . . . . 1,317.73
Cash items ........................................
78.09
Due from reserve banks ............ 33,938.38
Checks on other b a n k s................... 1,770.82
Currency ............................................. 7,348.00
Gold .................................................... 1.517.50
Silver and fractional c o in ............ 2,536.36
Other resources ............................... 3,929.26
Total .......................................... j.. $338,978.52

HOPE

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ..................................$
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Postal savings accounts.................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Due to non-reserve banks ..........
Certificates of deposit, tim e ..........
Cashier’s checks .............................
Reserved for interest .................
Reserved for taxes ........................

50,000.00
658.86
72,000.00
30*449.89
94,377.77
65,970.64
1.986.94
10,667.09
667.33
100.00
100.00

Surplus .................................................. 12,000.00

Total ............................................... $338,978.52

HOPE SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated March 8, 1907. Charter No. 230.

O fficers— Jas. H . McCollum, President; S. R . Oglesby, V ice President; P.
dent; Jesse W . Riley, Cashier.
D irectors— Jas. H . McCollum, S. R . Oglesby, P. A . Tharp, E . S. Greening,

A . Tharp, V ice Presi­
Jr., J. J. Ward, A . L .

Betts, Jesse N . Riley.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . .$ 3,517.50
Loans and discounts, unsecured. . 19.531.11
Loans and discounts, secured .. 71,918.59
Loans on real estate ................. 23.207.42
Other real estate .............................
200.00
Due from1 reserve banks ............ 34,995.62
Checks on other banks .................
27.20
Currency .............................................
765.00
Silver and fractional coin .......... 4,414.64
Other resources ............................... 4.942.28
$163,519.36
Total



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills p ayab le......................................
Savings deposits ...............................

Total

25,000.00
25.000.00
1,822.45
50.000.00
61,696.91

$163,519.36

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HORATIO

61

BANK OF HORATIO
Incorporated November 17, 1900. Charter No. 64.

O fficers— D . L . Cowden, President; B. E . Isbell, V ice
Cowden, Cashier; R . A . Wade, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— D . L . Cowden, B . E. Isbell, G . B. Pride.

President; G . B. Pride, Secretary; A . F .

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured .$
Loans and discounts; secured . .
Loans on real e sta te ..................... .
Overdrafts ........................................
Other bonds and securities '. . . .
Furniture and fixtures ............
Other real estate ........................
Bills of exchange ..........................
Cash items ......................................
Due from reserve b a n k s.............. .
Checks on other b a n k s.................
Currency ..........................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ..........
Total ............................................. .$

4,143.91
32,063.27
23,279.01
2.57
1.042.60
1,000.00
500.00
1,910.41
124.82
28.165.80
65.18
3,536.00
1,195.25
1.588.36
98,617.18

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ................................... , .$
Surplus .............................................
Undivided profits ..........................
Individual deposits .....................
Certificates of deposit, demand .
Cashier’s checks ..........................

25,000.00
2.000.00
3.058.61
57.453.86
10,844.82
259.89

Total ............................................. .$ 98,617.18

HOT SPRINGS
O fficers— M .
D

ARKANSAS TRUST CO.
Incorporated April 18, 1907. Charter No. 232.

J. Henderson, President; W . G . Maurice, V ice President; J. A . Stallcup, Vice
President; E . Burgauer, V ice President; Dave Burgauer, Cashier; Henry C . Covington, A sst.
Cashier
irectors— M . J. Henderson, J. P. Henderson, J. W . Angle, F. C . Stearns, W . G . Maurice, E . Bur­
gauer, T . A . Cockburn, G . A . Callahan, J. A . Stallcup, George R . Belding, Dave Burgauer.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
LIABILITIES.
Loans and discounts, demand . .$ 11,761.00 Capital stock .....................................$100,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured . 36,555.39 Surplus ................................................ 20,230.00
Undivided profits .......................... 45.811.25
Loans and discounts, secured174.894.93
Loans on real estate ................... 178.381.48 Bills payable .................................... 50.000.00
130.29 Savings deposits ............................. 28,189.70
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and securities .......... 6.581.20 Individual deposits ........................ 189.115.63
Furniture and fixtu res................... 5,504.20 Public funds ...................................... 2.877.87
Banking house ............................... 11,101.94 Certificates of deposit, demand . . 22,209.02
Other real estate .......................... 2.462.00 Certificates of deposit, time . . . 106,440.60
Cash items ......................................
227.37 Certified checks ............................... 2.461.25
D ue from reserve b a n k s ................... 4 4 ,6 8 6 .1 4 . C ash ier’s checks .....................................
36 8.65
Checks on other banks ............ 2.069.06 Reserved for taxes ........................ 4.999.98
Currency ............................................. 39,834.50 Other liabilities ...............................
50.00
Gold ....................................................... 2.475.00
Silver and fractional coin .......... 2.989.45
Other resources ............................. 92.104.15
$572,753.95
$572,753.95
Total
Total

HOT SPRINGS

HOT SPRINGS SAVINGS, TRUST AND GUARANTY CO. (Security Bank)
Incorporated November 10, 1891. Charter No. 28.

O fficers— Ed H . Johnson, President; Howard
D irectors— Ed H . Johnson, M . C . Tombler,

P. Collings, V ice President; John B. Foote, Cashier.
S. P. Collings, J. W . Corrington, A . S. Goodwin,
L . D . Cooper, Howard P. Collings, Chas. G . Orr, John B. Foote.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand ..$ 64.670.38
Loans and discounts, unsecured . 6.657.00
Loans and discounts, secured .. 91,949.78
Loans on real estate ..................... 305.175.67
Overdrafts .......................
249.85
Other bonds and secu rities........ 15.574.55
Other real estate ........................... 12.153.26
Items in transit ..............................
89.50
Cash items ........................................
978.30
Due from reserve banks .............. 103.874.63
Checks on other banks ................. 1,922.69
Currency ............................................. 32,124.00
Gold ......................................................
45.00
Silver and fractionalc o in .............. 9.835.04
Total
$645,299.65



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .....................................$100,000.00
Surplus . . . ......................................... 75,000.00
Undivided profits .......................... 13,459.56
Bills payable .................................... 60,000.00
Savings deposits ............................... 24.441.57
Trust fu n d s........................................ 6,596.98
Dividends unpaid .............................
62.00
Individual d ep osits.......................... 217.736.83
Public funds ......................................
234.74
Due to reserve banks ................... 1,153.85
Certificates of deposit, demeand . 23,960.87
Certificates of deposit, time . . . 122.384.34
Cetified checks ...............................
166.66
Cashier’s checks ...............................
102.25
$645,299.65
Total

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R eport of B a n k C ommissioner
BANK OF HOUSTON
Incorporated March 27, 1906. Charter No. 207.

O fficers— E . Powell, President; J. A .
Linebarger, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— E. Powell, J. A . Lovelace,

Lovelace, V ice President;

John R . Huie, Cashier; W . A .

M iss Emma Jones.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured, . .$
Overdrafts ...........................................
Furniture and fixtures ...................
Banking house .................................
Due from reserve banks ..............
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ..........
Other resources ...............................
Total ................................................$

HOXIE

6,301.25
27.16
789.14
1,200.00
3,195.36
677.00
185.00
483.89
1.022.15
13,880.95

LIABILITIES.
-Capital stock ....................................$ 4,550.00
242.09
Surplus ...........................'...................
Individual deposits ........................ 8,405.24
Certificates of deposit, time . . .
152.00
Other liabilities ...............................
531.62
Total ................................................$ 13,880.95

BANK OF HOXIE
Incorporated April 3, 1903. Charter No. 122.

O fficers— J. E . Pringle, President; E . P. Richardson, V ice President; A . G .
Roy Arnold, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. E. Pringle, E. P. Richardson, W illiam McCraw, A . G . Albright.

Albright, Cashier;

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand ..$
202.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured . 2,860.75
Loans and discounts, secured . . 28,376.72
Loans on real estate ...................... 13.739.08
Overdrafts ...........................................
78.66
Other bonds and securities . . . .
1.887.30
Furniture and fixtu res...... 2,585.00
Banking house ................................. 6,573.15
Other real estate ........................ 6.007.60
Items in transit .............................
159.50
Due from non-reserve banks . . . . 3.251.91
Due from reserve banks .............. 3.594.63
Checks on other banks .................
9.75
Currency ............................................. 2,615.00
Gold ......................................................
50.00
Silver and fractional coin ..........
378.99
Other resources ...............................
51.00
72,421.04
Total

HUMPHREY

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $
Surplus ................................................
Bills payable ....................................
Notes rediscounted .....................
Individual deuosits ........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ..........
Cashier’s checks .............................

10,000.00
1,281.14
22,000.00
200.00
26,522.94
11,637.99
778.97

72,421.04

Total

MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK
Incorporated June 29, 1905. Charter No. 185.

O fficers— J. G . Mouser, President; J. H . Stillwell, V ice
Stillwell, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. G . Mouser, J. H . Stillwell, D r. A . Fowler,

E . B. Stokes, Cashier;

Ben

E . B. Stokes.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured . .$
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and secu rities..........
Furniture anr fixtures ...................
Banking house .................................
Due from non-reserve banks . . .
Due from reserve banks ............
Checks on other banks ............
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Other resources ...............................
Total
$



President;

63,509.51
519.00
767.20
1,800.00
3,700.00
444.05
8.792.01
1,035.15
1,792.00
225.00
. 659.12
443.58
83,686.62

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ............................... $ 15,.000.00
Bills payable .................................... 31,500.00
Notes rediscounted.......................... 6.711.10
Individual deposits ........................ 23,207.68
Public funds .......................
2,001.90
Certificates of deposit, time . . . 5,000.00
Cashier’s checks .............................
265.94

Total

$ 83,686.62

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HUNTER

BANK OF HUNTER
Incorporated September 11, 1913. Charter No. 422.

O fficers— H . O . Penrose, President; Chas. R . Brinneman, Vice
D irectors— H . O . Penrose, W. J. Penrose, M . Mushrush, Roy D.
R.

Brinneman,

T.

W.

President; -F. W . Stacy, Cashier.
Campbell, P. R . Anderson, Chas.

Stacy.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . .$
Loans and discounts, unsecured .
Loans and discounts, secured ..
Loans on real estate ...................
Furniture and fixtures ...................
Due from reserve banks ............
Currency .............................................
Gold .....................................
Silver and fractional coin ..........
Total ............................................... $

1,500.00
688.67
14,496.66
9,467.74
804.55
3.537.25
970.00
65.00
27.99
31,557.86

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ......................................$ 10,000.00
Undivided profits .............................
912.54
Bills payable ....................................... 6,000.00
Individual d ep osits.......................... 14,433.67
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
150.00
Cashier’s checks ...............................
61.65
Total ............................................... $ 31,557.86

HUNTINGTON

HUNTINGTON STATE BANK
Incorporated January 18, 1912. Charter No. 364.

O fficers— W . L Seaman, President; C. C . Graves, Vice President; G . R. Holbrook, Cashier; J. L .
Higgins, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . L . Seaman, C. C . Graves, L . C. Packard, G . K. Dixon, C . C . Woodson, J. F . Graves.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured . $
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and securities . . . .
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house .................................
Other real e sta te .........................
Due from reserve hanks ..............
Currency .............................................
Gold ...................................
Silver and fractional c o in ............
Total
$

37,355.00
6.19
102.90
1,652.39
1,195.73
200.00
6,632.49
1.208.00
1.215.00
1.883.95
51,451.65

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Individual d ep osits..........................
Public funds ....................................
Certificates of deposit, demand .
Cashier’s checks .............................
Total

10,000.00
1,000.00
2,057.60
26,020.66
1,640.48
7,791.47
2,941.44
51,451.65

HUNTSVILLE

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
Incorporated May 10, 1911. Charter No. 335.

O fficers— Sam Nunneley, President; F . D .
Hawkins, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Sam Nunneley. V . S. Cannon,
F.

Sisco, Vice President; V . S. Cannon, Cashier; Gordon
F. D . Sisco, Lon Garrett, John Logan, J. B. Harris,

D . Sisco, Gordon Hawkins.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured . . . $
Loans on real e sta te ........................
Overdrafts ........................................
Other bonds and securities . . . .
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house ...........
Other real estate ............................
Items in tr a n sit.................................
Due from reserve b a n k s.................
Checks on other banks . ...............
Currency .............................................
Gold ......................................................
Silver and fractional coin..............
Other resources .................
Total .................................................$



45,737.10
25,652.18
470.45
1.744.61
2.186.02
2,000.00
2,734.80
772.37
3,096.82
198.22
712.00
1.155.00
829.02
985.40
88,273.99

LIABILITIES.
Capital s to c k ......................................$
Surplus .............................................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ...................
Public funds ....................................
Due to non-reserve banks . . . .
Certificates of deposit, time . .

25,000.00
1,000.00
10,000.00
19.998.60
14,685.78
5.635.81
11,953.80

Total .................................................$ 88,273.99

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PEOPLES BANK
Incorporated March 18, 1896. Charter No. 40.

O fficers— T . J. Sharurti, President; A . T . W ilson, Vice President; J. A . H ill, Cashier;
D irectors— T . J. Sharum, J. B . Peebles, S. B. Henderson, A . T . W ilson, T . J. W ilson.

R.

O.

Rain'

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$ 8,253.40
Loans and discounts, secured . . 41,923.74
Loans on real estate ................... 19.900.77
Overdrafts ........................................ 1,318.43
Other bonds and securities . . . .
1,482.94
Furniture and fixtures...... 1.600.00
Banking house ............................... 5,000.00
Other real estate ........................ 12.267.36
Due from non-reserve banks . .
188.30
Due from reserve banks .......... 3,930.66
Currency ........................................... 1,854 i00
Gold ....................................................
750.00
Silver and fractional coin ..........
799.07
Total
99,268.'67

JASPER

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $
Surplus ..............................................
Undivided profits •........................
Notes rediscounted ......................
Individual d ep osits..........................
Certificates of deposit, time . .
Cashier’s checks .............................

Total

20,775.00
500.00
840.'21
15,000.00
52,078.78
9,119.50
955.18

99,268y67

NEWTON COUNTY BANK
Incorporated March 24, 1903. Charter No. 121.

O fficers— W . W . Moore,
Nance, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . W . Moore,

President;

M . Carlton, V ice President;

J. W .

Moore, Cashier;

S. L .

M . Carlton, John H . Brown, J. F . Carlton, J. W . M oore.

Statem ent of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . .$
Loans and discounts, secured . .
Loans on real estate .................
Overdrafts ........................................
Other bonds and securities . . .
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house ...............................
Cash items ......................................
Due from reserve banks ............
Currency ...........................................
Gold ....................................................
Silver and fractional coin ..........
Total

JOINER

549.89
33,274.67
6,043.60
199.92
1.551.13
1,796.83
1,550.00
450.45
11,348.67
3,311.00
667.35
1,137.87
61,881.38

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits ..................... '.
Individual deposits ......................
Public funds .................................
Certificates of deposit, time . . .
Cashier’s checks ...........................

Total

10.000.00
3,000.00
1,254.86
32,370.73
13,152.71
2,052.12
50.96

$ 61,881.38

BANK OF JOINER
Incorporated December 31, 1908. Charter No. 267.

O fficers— S. Ralph, President; J. B . W ilson, V ice President; Della
D irectors— S. Ralph, J. B. W ilson, J. A . Musick, Della Gaines.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured ..$ 27,827.44
16.40
Overdrafts J ................................
756.64
Other bonds and securities .
2.031.26
Furniture and fixtures
680.38
Banking house ........................
2,331.58
Due from reserve banks . .
Silver and fractional coin . .
502.05
$ 34,145.75
Ttotal



Gaines, Cashier.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...............................
Undivided profits .....................
Bills payable .............................
Individual deposits _...................
Certificates of deposit, time . .
Reserved for interest ..............
Ttotal

9,350.00
1,674.27
3,000.00
11,080.84
8,640.25
400.39
$ 34,145.75

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JONESBORO

AMERICAN TRUST CO.
Incorporated December 15, 1905. Charter No. 201.

O fficers— B. H . Berger, President; E. Less, Vice President; Alec Berger,
D irectors— B. H . Berger, E . Less, Alec Berger, W . A . Somervill, J. D .

Cashier.
Stringer, C . D . Frierson.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . .$ 6,869.50
Loans and discounts, unsecured. 35,487.94
Loans and discounts, secured 153,581.62
Loans on real estate ................... 164,599.22
Overdrafts ........................................
9.97
Other bonds and securities . . . . 3,538.97
Furniture and fixtures .............. 7,000.00
Cash items ......................................
268.50
Due from reserve banks .......... 32 969.50
Checks on other banks ............. 7,771.29
Currency ........................................... 3,897.00
Gold ....................................................
747.50
Silver and fractional coin .......... 2,211.12
Other resources ...............................
342.55
Total .............................................$419,294.'68

JONESBORO

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .............................................
Undivided profits ..........................
Bills payable ....................................
Notes rediscounted ........................
Savings deposits .............................
Individual deposits .....................
Public funds ..........
Certificates of deposit, time . . .
Certified checks .............................
Reserved for interest ...............

75,000.00
20,000l.0:0
8,427.66
15,000.00
56.793.91
66,990.17
66,061.28
52,037.60
57,724.06
500.00
760.00

Total ............................................. $419,294.'68

BANK OF JONESBORO
Incorporated July 7, 1887. Charter No. 6.

O fficers— W . T . Lane, President; W . W . Cate, V ice President; V . C . Pettie, Cashier; W . T . Lane,
Directors— W . T . Lane, V . C . Pettie, T . J. Ellis, R . L . Stringer, W . W . Cate, J. C . Hawthorne,
H.

A . Jones, L . A . Ritter.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts* demand. $ 7,218.89
Loans and discounts, unsecured 90,286.'52
Loans and discounts, secured.. 587.704.02
Loans on real estate ................... 123,127.21
Overdrafts ......................................
1,484.69
Other bonds and securitiies . 80.300.59
13.000.00
Furniture and fixtures ..........
Banking house ............................. 40,000.00
Other real estate ........................
6.000.00
Bills of exchange .....................
480.72
Cash items ....................................
4,719.73
Due from reserve banks . . . .
68,671.17
Checks on other banks ..........
3,097.40
Currency ........................................
30,499.00
2,043.00
Gold ..................
Silver and fractional coin . . . .
6,774.35
Other resources ..........................
23.29
Total ...........................................$1,065,430.58

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .............................$ 150,000.00
Surplus ........................................... 150.000.00
Undivided profits .......................
8,600.11
Bills payable .................................. 190.000.00
Savings deposits ......................
23,>566.04
Dividends unpaid .......................
7.50
Individual deposits ................. 257.017.46
Public funds .................................
35.271.49
Due to non-reserve banks . . .
38.829.11
Certificates of deposit, de­
mand .............................................. 212,068.87
Cashier’s cheaks .......................
70.00

Total ...........................................$1,065,430.58

JONESBORO

JONESBORO TRUST CO.
Incorporated February 4, 1901. Charter No. 68.

O fficers— G . W . Puryear, President; Gordon Matthews, Vice
J.
W . Armstrong, A sst. Secretary.
D irectors^—G . W . Puryear, E . J. Mason, Thos. Burress, B. G .

President;

E . J. Mason, Secretary;

Lynch, H . A . Stroud, Gordon M at­

thews, J. F . Mason, J. M . Johnson, W . S. Ellis.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$ 92,642.90
Loans and discounts secured . . 185.286.55
Loans on real estate ..................... 60.376.54
Other bonds and securities . . . 12,215.00
Furniture and fixtures ................. 3 150.00
Banking house ............................. 10,000.00
Other real estate ............................. 5,850.00
Cash items ........................................
110.22
Due from reserve b a n k s............ . 36.549.58
Checks on other banks...
504.16
Currency ........................................... 8,720.00
Gold .................................................... 3,400.00
Silver and fractional coin . . . . 6,529.43
Other resources ............................... 1,655.41
Total .................................................$426,989.79



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 78,200.00
Surplus ................................................ 68.000.00
Bills payable .................................... 65.000.00
Notes rediscounted .........
28.177.70
Trust funds ...................................... 7,129.01
Idividual deposits .......................... 122,062.97
Due to non-reservebanks ............. 20,179.22
Due to reserve banks ................... 38,240.89

Total .................................................$426,989.79

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JUDSONIA

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
Incorporated May 29, 1913. Charter No. 415.

O fficers— W . F . Bauer, President; John S. Eastland, V ice President; W .
President; R. G . Dickinson, Cashier; T . W . Leggett, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . E. Forbes, A . W . Henson, Harry Hunsaker, N . A . W aller, J.

H . L . Woodyard, Vice

A . Bauer, W . F . Bauer,
L . W ert W ish, J. C . Rhew, R . E . Powell, J. S. Eastland, W . H . L . Woodyard.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$
Loans and discounts, secured . .
Loans on real estate ...................
Overdrafts ...........................................
Other bonds and securities . . .
Furniture and fixtures .................
Due from reserve banks ..............
Checks on other banks .................
Currency ...........................................
Gold .....................
Silver and fractional coin . . . .
Total

5,126.16
24.040.87
10.138.30
900.91
82.29
2,500.00
8.613.04
4.00
2,049.00
60.00
669.79
54,184.36

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 15,000.00
Surplus ................................................
200.00
Undivided profits .............................
417.31
Bills payable . .................................. 5,000.00
Individual d ep o sits.......................... 24,321.90
Public funds ....................................
.58
963.65
Due to non-reservebanks ...............
Certificates of deposit,time . . . .
8,270.25
Cashier’s checks ...............................
10.67
Total

54,184.36

JUNCTION CITY

MERCHANTS AND FARMERS BANK
Incorporated August 2, 1906. Charter No. 214.

O fficers— A . B . Henderson, President; P. F . Gully, V ice President;
P. E. Murphy, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— A . B. Henderson, P. F . Gully, T . B. Henderson.

T . B. Henderson, Cashier;

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . .$ 6,615.60
Loans and discounts, unsecured
2,551.97
Loans and discounts, secured . . . 54,555.44
Loans on real estate ...................... 12,792.76
Overdrafts ........................................ 5,903.35
Other bonds and securities . . . .
514.67
Furniture and fixtures ................. 1,500.00
Banking house ................................. 3,400.00
Other real estate ............................. 3,968.00
Due from reserve banks .............. 6.287.30
Checks on other banks ...............
364.07
Currency ............................................. 3.410.00
5.00
Gold ....................................................
Silver and fractional coin ............
477.78
Total ............................................... $102,345.94

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable . ..................................
Individual d ep osits..........................
Certificates of deposits, time . . .
Cashier’s checks .............................

25,000.00
3,000.00
1.770.84
7,500.00
50,380.67
14,327.43
367.00

Total ............................................... $102,345.94

JUNCTION CITY

UNIO N BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated May 14, 1914. Charter No. 440.

O fficers— J. E . Hampton, Sr., President; J. M . Brown, Vice President; J. E. Hampton, Jr.,
R . G . Brown, Secretary.
D irectors— J. E . Hampton, Sr., J. M . Brown, R . G . Brown, A . B. Banks, J. A . Pattillo.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . .$ 7,997.42
Loans and discounts,secured . . 117,016.07
Loans on real esetate ................... 9,540.72
Overdrafts ...........................................
57.31
Other bonds and secu rities..........
16.50
Cash items ........................................
28.45
Due from reserve b a n k s................. 10,509.74
Checks on other banks .................
20.00
Currency ............................................. 1,108.00
Gold ....................................................
20.0o
Silver and fractional c o in ............
473.94
49.60
Other resources ...............................
Total .................................................$146,837.75



Cashier;

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Notes rediscounted ........................
Savings deposits .............................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, demand . .
Certificates for money borrowed. .
Cashier’s checks .-.............................

50,000.00
5,000.00
5,020.05
45,000.00
2.899.38
912.10
24,308.96
74.14
9,594.25
4,000.00
28.87

Total ................................................. $146,837.75

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KENSETT

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
Incorporated September 7, 1912. Charter No. 387.

O fficers— W illiam Abernathy,
D irectors— L . D . W est, F. C .

President; Ed Dickey, Cashier.
Inman, Ed Dickey, William Abernathy.
Statement ol October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$ 2,218.00
Loans and discounts, secured . . 10,000.68
Loans on real estate ..................... 5,542.66
Overdrafts ........................................
69.37
Furniture and fixtures ................... 1,750.00
Banking house . . . . ........................ 2,000'.00
Cash items ........................................
114.97
Due from reserve banks ............... 2,016.52
Checks on other banks .................
100.00
Currency ............................................. 1,180.00
Gold .....................
145.00
Silver and fractional coin . . . .
168.8’i
Total ............................................... $ 25,306.07

KINGSLAND

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................. $
Undivided profits .............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, time . . . .
Cashier’s checks .............................

5,000.00
382.61
5,000.00
12,328.59
2,386.66
208.21

Total ............................................... $ 25,306.07

CLEVELAND COUNTY BANK
Incorporated August 4 , 1899. Charter No. 52.

O fficers— E. R. Buster, Vice President; G . W . Montgomery, Cashier;
Cashier.
D irectors— E. R . Buster, A . B. Banks, C . F . Smith, A . T . Sneed, W .

A . J. Cheatham, Jr., A sst.
W . Lea.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem ond..$ 400.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 62,762.12
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 16,373.78
Furniture and fixtures................. 1,543.46
Banking house .................................. 1,304.32
Other real e sta te ..............................
375.00
Due from reserve banks............. 29,657.42
Currency ............................................... 1,858.00
Gold ....................................................... 2,160.00
Silver and fractional coin...........
918.27
Total ...................................................$117,352.37

KINGSTON

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit .................
Cashier’s checks ............................

30,000.00
4,000.00
51.63
53,978.27
29,203.60
118.87

Total ...................................................$117,352.37

BANK OF KINGSTON
Incorporated April 7, 1911. Charter No. 338.

O fficers— J. N . Bunch, President; Tom Hargis,
Bunch, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. N . Bunch, H . P. McCracken, T .

Vice President; W illiam L . Bunch, Cashier; A . B.
L . Ray, W illiam L . Bunch, W . H . Mooney, S. B.

Bunch, C . D . Boydston.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. $
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .....................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Due from reserve banks.............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...........
$
T otal



375.00
22,712.90
9,316.60
1,542.52
1,226.85
5,695.51
2.175.00
20.00
427.96
43,492.34

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profit^ ............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, t im e ....

T otal

10,000.00
1.000.00
519.43
17,181.35
14,791.56

$ 43,492.34

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KNOBEL

BANK OF KNOBEL
Incorporated September 9, 1904. Charter No. 167.

O fficers— Joseph Sellmeyer, President; R . Whitaker, V ice President; H . C . Sellmeyer,
D irectors— Joseph Sellmeyer, H . C . Sellmeyer, R . Whitaker, F . J. Sellmeyer, W . W .

Cashier.
Toler.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...?
Loans oji real e sta te .......................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house .......................
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve ban ks.............
Checks on other ban ks...............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...........
Other resources ................................
Total ...................................................$

LAKE CITY

24,897.11
767.09
795.14
1,357.70
1,700.00
26.00
4,497.05
360’.60
328.00
5.00
137.63
26.24
34,897.56

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates or deposit, dem and.
Cashier’s checks ..............................

5,575.00
4,058.91
4,500.00
18.245.22
494.01
1,836.20
188.22

Total ....................................................$ 34.897.56

BANK OF LAKE CITY
Incorporated July 5, 1910. Charter No. 317.

O fficers— W . B. Armstrong, President; P. J. Springer, V ice President; E . M . Stalls, Cashier.
D irectors—-C . J. Springer, F . W . Taylor, D r. Fred Roberts, J. H . Carter, J. M . Payne, W .

W.

Perkins, E. M . Stalls, G . W . Spencer, W . B. Armstrong.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 163.41
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 78,920.24
Loans on real e sta te....................... 2,100.00
O verdrafts ..........................................
423.39
Other bonds and secu rities.........
638.91
Furniture and fixtures................. 3,240.00
Banking house ................................ 3,375.00
D ue from non-reserve b a n k s... 6,000.00
Cash item s ........................................
29.84
Due from reserve banks............. 14,875.42
Checks on other banks..............’ .
510.00
Currency ............................................. 1,260.00
Gold .......................................................
740.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
1.39
?112,277.60
Total

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus ...............................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Trust funds ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Due to reserve ban ks.....................
Certificates of deposit, t im e ....
Certified checks ..............................

Total

20,000.00
1,000.00
2,991.76
10,000.00
788.14
73,705.82
929.93
2,361.95
500.00

?112,277.60

LAKE VILLAGE

CHICOT BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated September 26, 1907. Charter No. 246.

O fficers— Henry Thane, President;
D irectors— R . D . Chotard, Herman

J. B . Simms. V ice President; J. T . Hammond, Jr., Cashier.
Carlton, J. C . Gillison, Z . T . Carlton, J. J. M cCloy, Henry
Thane, J. B. Simms, E. P. McGehee, M . E . Rosenzweig.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 8,720.77
Loans and discounts, unsecured
871.70
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 87,341.77
Loans on real esta te........................ 131,078.41
Overdrafts ..........................................
477.66
Other bonds and secu rities......... 2,678.79
Furniture and fixtures ............... 2,703.00
Banking house .................................. 7.000.00
Other real e sta te ............................ 5,435.87
Item s in transit ............................ 1,409.01
D ue from non-reserve b a n k s...
504.73
Cash item s ..........................................
988.78
Due from reserve ban ks............... 9,900.66
Checks on other ban ks.................
1846.27
Currency ............................................... 3,190.00
Gold .......................................................
17.50
Silver and fractional coin ..........
522.62
Other resources ..............................
589.48
?264,277.02
Total



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Bills payable ....................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Due to reserve b a n k s .................
Certificates of deposit, tim e____
Certified checks ................................
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

85,000.00
9,000.00
30,000.00
2,329.62
73,591.14
27,754.91
355.49
35,669.79
140.75
435.32

?264,277.02

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LAKE VILLAGE

CITIZENS STATE BANK
Incorporated August 24, 1910. Charter No. 318.

O fficers— C . M . Matthews, President; M . M . Norton, V ice President; A . J.
McKewen, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— C . M . Matthews, M . M . Norton, P. Mulligan, M . P. Walker, Sam

Scull, Cashier; W . J.
Epstein, Ed L . Davis,

J. F. Galloni, M . E . Rosenzweig.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.^ 4,293.50
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 46,458.74
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 46,678.61
Overdrafts ............................................ 1,166.95
Other bonds and securities___ 2.868.91
Furniture and fixtures................. 2.820.77
Banking house .................................. 5,000.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
42.54
Cash item s ........................................
63.20
Due from reserve banks...............
,419.94
549.95
Checks on other banks.................
Currency .............................................. 1,412.00
Gold .......................................................
41.40
Silver and fractional coin...........
808.96
Total
$117,625.47

LAMAR

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ...
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

$117,625.47

BANK OF LAMAR
Incorporated April 8, 1903. Charter No. 123.

O fficers— P. F . Winningham, President; J. M . Metcalf, V ice President;
dent; J. O . Ragon, Cashier; J. W . Hawkins, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— A . E. Carothers, J. E . Carey, Fred Loesekan, J. O . Ragon,
ningham,

J. M .

W . G . W eeks, Vice Presi­
W . G . W eeks, P. F . W in ­

Metcalf.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$ 5,012.55
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 46,086.16
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 23,362.26
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,000.00
Banking house .................................. 3,000.00
Cash item s ........................................
50.00
Due from reserve banks............... 8.479.70
Checks on other banks.................
93.00
Currency ............................................... 3,991.00
Gold .......................................................
70.00
Silver and fractional c o in ..___
524.47
Other resources ................................
574.09
Total ...................................................$ 93,243.23

LAMAR

30,750.00
2,000.00
4,902.05
15,000.00
57,138.02
7,640.00
195.40

.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Bills payable ................
Individual deposits .....................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........
Cashier’s checks ..............

15.000.00
15,000.00
15,000.00
30,641.21
122.05
17,417.17
62.80

Total ...................................................$ 93,243.23

BLUE STONE BANK
Incorporated November 4, 1910. Charter No. 323.

O fficers— G . T . Cazort, President; Arthur Bradley, Cashier.
D irectors— G . T . Cazort, J. H . Simpson, John A . Moore, W . F .

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d ..$ 5,850.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured
61.07
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 20,726.57
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 4,500.00
Overdrafts ..........................................
3.46
Other bonds and securities......... 5,171.89
F’urniture and fixtures................. 2,000.80
Banking house .................................. 2,617.49
Due from reserve banks............. 2,921.40
Checks on other banks.................
58.95
Currency ...............................................
466.00
Gold .......................................................
10.00
Silver and fractional coin..........
195.76
Other resources ................................ 2,294.62
$ 46,878.01
T otal



Kreipke.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ..................\ .
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Certificates for m oney borrowed
Other liabilities ................................

T otal

25,000.00
3.000.00
13,444.12
3.514.08
1,897.72
22.09

$ 46,878.01

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LAVACA

R eport of B a n k C ommissioner
CITIZENS BANK OF LAVACA
Incorporated May 5, 1910. Charter No. 308.

O fficers— J. W . Maddux, President;
E.
W est, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. W . Maddux, Lawrence

J. S. Coffman, V ice President; Lawrence Wright, Cashier; Sam
Wright, J. S. Coffman, W . M . Maddux, W . D . W est.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Other real e sta te..............................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Due from reserve banks.............
Checks on other ban ks.................
Currency ...............................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Total
?

LEAD HILL

2,000.00
28,683.71
49.86
1,000.00
1,864.98
475.00
20.32
6,761.07
1,732.15
1,795.00
27.02
44,409.11

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___

Total

25,000.00
1,118.15
14,435.15
2,323.68
1,532.13

$ 44,409.11

BANK OF LEAD HILL
Incorporated April 13, 1914. Charter No. 438.

O fficers— Thomas Hall, President; T . R . Cantrell, V ice President;
D irectors— L . B. Bell, Thomas H all, T . R . Cantrell, C . H . Hunter.

L . B. Bell, Cashier; Ray W il-

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real esta te........................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Cash item s ........................................
D ue from reserve banks...............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...........
Total ...................................................?

LEOLA

7,517.18
13..403.69
2,320.00
345.44
1,178.80
1,360.85
30.00
5,258.25
290.00
100.00
321.48
32,125.69

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Individual deposits .......................
Certificates of deposit, demand.
Certificates of deposit, tim e ...
Cashier’s checks ..............................

10,000.00
1,000.00
62.70
17,751.24
2,800.00
450.80
60.95

Total ...................................................? 32.125.69

BANK OF LEOLA
Incorporated April 26, 1907. Charter No. 234.

O fficers— T . M . Deer, President; W . R . Toler, V ice
D irectors— W . R . Toler, W . C . Smith, T . M . Deer.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ...?
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te.......................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house..................................
Other real estate ............................
Cash item s ........................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Other resources ..............................
T otal .................................................... ?



President; Rainey E . Jett, Cashier.

3,200.00
225.47
29,638.30
15.027.35
844.93
1,921.90
3.519.54
200.00
129.12
3,724.81
127.45
688.00
5.00
167.94
1,401.09
60.820.90

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................

10,000.00
500.00
17,000.00
16,468.53
16,712.76
139.61

T otal .....................................................? 60,820.90

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LEPANTO

BANK OF LEPANTO
Incorporated December 5, 1910. Charter No. 326.

O fficers— J. M . Coppage, President; J. T . Lee, Vice President; W . R. Payne, Cashier.
D irectors— J. M . Coppage, J. T . Lee, W . R . Payne, D . A . McDaniel, H . S. Portis, S. F.

Savage.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 517.29
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 27,134.71
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 5,414.67
Overdrafts ..........................................
233.22
Other bonds and securities.........
159.51
Furniture and fixtures................. 1,754.45
Banking house ..................................
815.09
Other real estate ............................
450.00
Cash item s ........................................
295.59
Due from reserve banks............... 3,339.18
79.59
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ...............................................
504.00
Gold .......................................................
275.00
Silver and fractional coin .............
199.52
Total
$ 41,171.82

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits .......................
Public funds ....................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ....
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

6,400.00
2.376.50
5,000.00
19,253.09
4,692.39
3,000.00
449.84

41,171.82

LEWISVILLE

PEOPLES BANK AND LOAN CO.
Incorporated August 25, 1911. Charter No. 347.

O fficers— W . D . Stewart, President; N . D . Harrel, Vice President;
dent; W . H . Nabors, Cashier.
D irectors— W . D . Stewart, G . W . Dobson, N . D . Harrel, W . B. Nash,

G . W . Dobson, V ice Presi­
T . P. LeM ay, G . G . Boyett,

J. B. Burton.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 6,990.50
Loans and discounts, unsecured 3,500.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 54,847.76
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 18,288.24
O verdrafts .......................................... 1,030.51
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,462.09
Banking house .................................. 3.321.01
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 13,298.04
Due from reserve banks............... 4,849.01
C h e c k s o n o t h e r b a n k s ...................
1,640.45
Currency ............................................... 5,510.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
452.33
Other resources .............................. 1,642.73
Total
?117,832.67

LINCOLN

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits .........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ....
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

30.000. 00
4,400.00
2,103.93
29.000. 00
25,231.26
25,511.50
1.275.23
310.75

?117,832.67

BANK OF LINCOLN
Incorporated March 19, 1903. Charter No. 119.

O fficers— W . F. Rodgers, President; J. A . English, Vice
R Rodgers
sst C&shisr
D irectors— W . F . Rodgers, W . P. Fay, F . P. Earle, W . S.

President;

T . L . McColloch, Cashier;

Moore, J. A . English, T . N . English,

J. J. Baggett.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 23,096.32
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 13,934.63
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 7,167.17
O verdrafts ..........................................
151.71
Other bonds and securities.........
400.00
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,830.00
Banking house .................................. 1.800.00
Other real e sta te .............................. 6,000.00
Cash item s ........................................
658.32
Due from reserve banks............... 24,245.71
Checks on other banks...............
706.35
Currency ............................................... 1,145.00
Gold .......................................................
110.00
£99.41
Silver and fractional coin...........
T otal
? 81,744.62



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................? 10,000.00
Undivided profits ............................
284.42
Individual deposits ........................ 44,344.93
Public funds ......................................
334.22
Certificates of deposit, tim e___ 26,781.05

Total

? 81,744.62

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LITTLE ROCK

ARKANSAS SAVINGS b a n k
Incorporated July 2, 1910. Charter No. 316.

O fficers— J. S. Pollock, President; C . S. McCain, V ice President; Thos. H . Simms, Jr., Secretary;
T . S. Shannon, Treasurer; F . W . Niemeyer, A sst. Secretary and Treasurer.
D irectors— J. S. Pollock, Thos. Lonergan, J. A. Bowman, Thos. H. Simms, Jr., E. D. Carter, T. S.
Shannon, C . S. McCain.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, se c u r e d ...$ 55.598.65
Loans on real e sta te....................... 38,947.20
Overdrafts ..........................................
440.86
Furniture and fixtures................... 5,000.00
Other real e sta te.............................. 4,196.48
Cash item s ........................................
193.19
Due from reserve banks............... 3,083.85
Checks on other banks................. 1,124.00
Currency ............................................... 1,142.00
Gold .......................................................
120.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
496.71
Other resources ................................ 3,702.06
Total
$114,045.00

LITTLE ROCK

O fficers-—H .
D

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Savings deposits ................., ____
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, t im e ....
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Total

25^000.00
508.81
387.02
25,000.00
13^133.90
45,864.04
4,010.00
141.23

$114,045.00

bank ers tr u st co .

Incorporated June 9, 1913. Charter No. 416.

L. Remmel, President; George W . Donaghey, Vice President; C . S. McCain, Vice
President; W . C . Ribenack, V ice President; T . L. Bond, A sst. Treasurer; Paul Remmel, A sst.
Secretary.
irectors— H . L . Remmel, C . S. McCain, George W . Donaghey, W . C. Ribenack, J. S. Cargile,
James G . Clark, S. W . Tucker, R. F. Drummond, J. M . Stewart, John R. Hampton, G . H . Camp­
bell, Chas. G . Henry, Sam Frauenthal.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 5,647.73
Loans and discounts, unsecured 4,254.50
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 183.299.78
Loans on real esta te....................... 7,719.70
Overdrafts ..........................................
19.05
Other bonds and securities......... 5,492.56
Furniture and fixtures ................. 18,501.12
Banking house .................................. 96,837.90
Item s in transit ................................ 17,525.41
Bills of exhange.............................. 6,610.00
Cash item s ........................................
529.91
Due from reserve ban ks............... 63,355.32
Checks on other banks................. 5,104.44
C urrencjr ............................................... 10,776.00
Gold ....................................................... 6,917.50
Silver and fractional coin ............. 2,405.52
Other resources ................................ 1,868.05
Total
$436,864.49

LITTLE ROCK

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................... $250,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 9,181.14
Individual deposits .......................... 103.448.03
Due to non-reserve b an k s........... 56,868.44
Certificates of deposit, tim e........ 16,029.55
Certified checks ..............................
21.85
Cashier’s checks .............................. 1,018.31
Other liabilities ................................
297.17

Total

$436,864.49

bank of com m erce

Incorporated November 24, 1890. Charter No. 23.

O fficers— Herman Kahn, President; L . B . Leigh, V ice President; George W . Rogers, Cashier; Z . B.
Curtis, A sst. Cashier; S. L . Kahn, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. G . Botsford, M orris M . Cohn, A . G . Kahn, L . Koers, S. L . Kahn, H . L . Remmel,
James Lyons, L . B. Leigh, Herman Kahn, George W . Rogers, Z . B. Curtis.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and.$ 4,169.67
Loans and discounts, unsecured 76,574.47
Loans and discounts, secured. 1,575,900.93
Loans on real e sta te................... 84,035.10
Overdrafts ..................
571.74
Furniture and fixtures............... 18,000.00
Banking house .............................. 98,606.82
Other rear e sta te ............................ 22,500.00
Item s in tran sit.............................. 142,531.43
Bills of exchange............................ 77,160.39
Due from non-reserve ban k s.. 10,084.59
Cash item s ......................................
4.,376.20
Due from reserve ban ks............. 190,154.65
Checks on other ban ks............. 55,473.52
Currency .......................................... 91,860.00
Gold ..................................................... 10,835.00
Silver and fractional c o in ....
9.068.90
T otal ................................................$2,471,303.41



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ..................................$
Surplus ...............................................
Undivided profits ..........................
Bills payable ..................................
Savings deposits ............................
Individual deposits ......................
Due to non-reserve b an k s___
D ue to reserve ban ks.................
Certificates of deposit, demand
Certified checks ............................
Cashier’s checks ..........................

100,000.00
20,000.00
244,928.58
490,000.00
61,020.66
481,146.06
895,188.76
6,839.33
157,744.68
300.00
14,735.34

T otal ................................................ $2,471,903.41

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LITTLE ROCK

CENTRAL BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated June 6, 1912. Charter No. 379.

O fficers— Thomas W . Mattingly, President; D r. W . A .
Cashier.
D irectors— Thomas M . Mattingly, Dr. W . A . Snodgrass,

Snodgrass, V ice President; E . E . Walden,

H . S. Turner, Joe Jung, T . B. Ford, Otto
Weideman, F. A . Snodgrass, E. E . Walden, John E . Dorough.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.!
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te ..................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and secu rities.........
Furniture and fixtures.................
Item s in transit ................................
Cash item s ........................................
Due from reserve banks.............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ...............................................
Silver and fractional coin...........
Other resources ................................
Total
$

LITTLE ROCK

3.431.00
37,577.55
13,782.19
1,677.52
2,262.74
3,571.40
1,847.89
861.94
8,782.31
1,342.75
33 >.00
454.4)
278.17
76,308.85

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ...
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

25,000.00
920.34
1,500.00
5.472.28
39,025.28
2,857.50
1.533.55

$ 76,308.95

CITIZENS INVESTMENT AND SECURITY CO.
Incorporated December 31, 1900. Charter No. 66.

O fficers— Robert E . W ait, President; E . T . Reavesf Vice President; R . W . Porter, Treasurer; J. F.
Lenon, Cashier; Clay E. Smith, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Robert E. Wait, R . W . Porter, J. F. Lenon, E. T . Reaves, W ill Hoffman, Clay E . Smith.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..! 5,345.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 5,750.19
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 109,856.22
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 71,125.31
Overdrafts .....................
2,577.86
Other bonds and securities......... 11*699.43
Furniture and fixtures ................. 11,551.08
Other real e sta te .............................. 14,455.08
Bills of exchange........................... 3,783.08
Due from non-reserve b a n k s ....
460.51
Cash item s ........................................ 3,435.18
Due from reserve banks............... 12,364.43
Checks on other banks................. 4,985.07
Currency ............................................... 1,416.00
Gold .......................................................
330.00
838.93
Silver and fractional coin...........
Other resources ................................ 8,878.50
Total
$268,951.87

LITTLE ROCK

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Individual deposits .......................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, dem and.
Certificates of deposit, tim e ....
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

74*525.00
2,211.85
40,000.00
72,852.17
60*669.28
3,023.65
2,000.00
13.417.94
251.88

$268,951.87

GERMAN TRUST CO.
Incorporated October 3, 1911. Charter No. 351.

O fficers— J. D . Goldman, President; Ed Cornish,
Treasurer; R . W . Rightsell, V ice President
D irectors— J. D . Goldman, O . P. Robinson, A d

V ice President; J. F . Walker, V ice President and
and Secretary; W . C . Tunnah, A sst. Secretary.
Hamberg, J. F. Loughborough, J. A . Van Etten,
A lex M . Keith, Ed Cornish, J. F . Walker, W . B. Smith, John A . Adams, M . B. Moore, J. B.
Sandefur, R . A . Little, Ike Kempner, G . H . Lyon, M . B. Sanders, H . M . Bennett, R . W .
Rightsell.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..! 13,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 15,660.63
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 162,416.42
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 168,457.65
Overdrafts .......................................... 1,471.64
Other bonds and securities......... 232,785.15
Banking house .................................. 8,350.00
Item s in tran sit................................ 6.864.29
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
100.00
Due from reserve banks............. 27,081.02
Checks on other banks.................
865.23
Currency ............................................... 4,439.00
Gold .......................................................
20.00
Silver and fractional coin .......
74.45
$041,585.48
Total



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .....................................$250,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 37,500.00
Undivided profits .............................. 10,703.07
Savings deposits ............................ 93,715.28
Individual deposits ........................ 162,132.13
Certificates of deposit, tim e__ 16,771.16
Certificates for money borrowed 70,000.00
Cashier’s checks ..............................
763.84

T otal

$641,585.48

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LITTLE ROCK

LASKER-MORRIS BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated June 6, 1914. Charter No. 442.

O fficers— Harry Lasker, President; Emmet Morris, Vice President; R . W .
Lasker, Treasurer.
D irectors— Harry Lasker, Emmet Morris, Henry Lasker, R . W . Newell.

Newell, Secretary; Henry

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..?
70.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 115,465.93
Loans on real e sta te....................... 48,450.00
O verdrafts ..........................................
40.64
Other bonds and secu rities......... 11,196.10
Furniture and fixtures................... 3,702.67
Cash item s .......................................... 1,222.05
Due from reserve banks............. 21,485.50
Checks on other banks.................
760.11
Ciirrencv ............................................... 11,480.00
Gold .......................................................
215.00
Silver and fractional coin ............. 2,374.54
$216,462.54
Total

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .....................................$100,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 8.824.23
Savings deposits .............................. 18,600.07
Individual deposits ........................ 59,436.39
Certificates of deposit, tim e .... 29,550.00
Cashier’s checks ................................
51.85

Total

$216,462.54

LITTLE ROCK

MERCANTILE TRUST CO.
Incorporated February 20, 1902. Charter No. 86.

O fficers— M ax Heiman, President; W . L . Hemingway, V ice President; W . P. Feild, V ice President;
W . L . Hemingway, Secretary; F . J. Schmutz, A sst. Secretary.
D irectors— M ax Heiman, W . P. Feild, C . L . Thompson, F . W . Tucker, S. L . Kay, A . D . Goldman,
W . L. Hemingway, C . S. Stifft, A . Brizzolara, W . E . Hemingway, G . B. Rose, W . W . Wilson,
H.
M . Trieber.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 25,482.50
Loans and discounts, unsecured 62,124.95
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 273.371.44
Loans on real e sta te....................... 331,889.54
O verdrafts .......................................... 2.707.35
Other bonds and secu rities......... 145,566.25
Furniture and fixtures................. 16,566.25
Other real estate ............................ 3,468.99
Bills of exchange.............................. 2,213.41
Due from non-reserve ban ks__ 9.040.95
Cash item s ..........................................
932.52
Due from reserve banks............. 71,576.73
Checks on other banks................. 8,452.53
Currency .............................................. 27,459.00
Gold ....................................................... 35,645.00
Silver and fractional coin ............. 1.722.60
Other resources .............................. 3,520.69
$1,021,619.59
Total

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .................................... $300,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 10, 000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 50,869.79
Savings deposits .............................. 254.935.06
Trust funds ........................................ 61,875.96
Individual deposits ....................... 249,909.69
Public funds ...................................... 68,533.75
Certificates of deposit, demand. 16.490.62
56.85
Certificates of deposit, tim e . . . .
738.44
Cashier’s checks ~.............................
Reserved for in terest..................... 4,584.74
Reserved for taxes .......................... 3,057.01
Other liabilities ................................
567.68
Total

$1,021,619.59

LITTLE ROCK

PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK
Incorporated September 17, 1902. Charter No. 97.

O fficers— W . E . Lenon, President; B . Bodemann, V ice President; D eE.
A . J. Mercer, Cashier.
D irectors— W . E . Lenon, D eE. Bradshaw, B. Bodemann, T . E . Helm.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 1,150.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 6.316.43
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 205,442.72
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 108,214.13
O verdrafts .......................................... 5.100.32
Other bonds and secu rities......... 40.401.60
Furniture and fixtures................. 2*372.00
Other real esta te.............................. 9,467.31
Cash item s ........................................
41.82
Due from reserve banks............. 50,330.36
Checks on other ban ks................. 3,480.87
Currency ............................................... 35,431.00
Gold ....................................................... 10,330.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 3.047.90
Other resources .............................. 2*619.63
$483,746.09
T otal



Bradshaw, V ice President;

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .....................................$100,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 10,000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 19,310.55
Bills payable ...................................... 50,000.00
Savings deposits .............................. 102,380.48
Individual deposits ........................ 130.612.22
Public funds .................................... 52,836.73
Certificates of deposit, tim e___ 18,419.80
Certified checks ..............................
1.50
Cashier’s checks ............................
184.00
Other liabilities ..............................
.81

T otal

$483,746.09

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LITTLE ROCK

so u th er n tru st co .
Incorporated August 24, 1905. Charter No. —.

O fficers— W . M . Kavanaugh, President; J. R . Vinson, V ice President; A . C . Read, V ice
J. C . Conway, Secretary; T . G . Embree, A sst. Secretary.
D irectors— M . B. Sanders, A . C . Read, C . G . Price, Fred Rossner, Sr., J. M . M yers, R .

President;

C . Bright,
W . M . Kavanaugh, J. R . Vinson, C . C . Kavanaugh, H . S. Spivey, A . J. W ilson, J. H . Stanley,
C . R. Ledbetter, W . D. Cammack, J. C . Conway, T . G . Embree, J. J. Kress, P. D . Scott, Jr.,
J. H . Estes.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and.$ 4,708.99
Loans and discounts, secured. 1,033,730.71
Loans on real e sta te ................. 387,806.53
Overdrafts ......................................
2,931.82
Other bonds and securities__ 161,925.12
Furniture and fixtures............... 20,000.00
Banking house .............................. 223.000.00
Other real e sta te ......................... 51,107.27
Item s in transit ..........................
8,965.73
Due from reserve banks......... 191,033.42
Checks on other banks............. 21,491.50
Currency .......................................... 29,836.00
Gold .....................................................
3,760.00
11,603.16
Silver and fractional coin __
Other resources ..........................
9,303.46
Total

LITTLE ROCK
O fficers— Sam
D

$2,161,203.71

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ..................................$ 500,000.00
Surplus ............................................... 100,000.00
Undivided profits ........................ 64,032.21
Bills p a y a b le .................................... 360.000.00
Savings deposits ............................ 261,136.45
Trust funds .................................... 13,351.41
Dividends unpaid ........................
7.00
Individual deposits ..................... 511,010.73
Public funds .................................. 104,340.46
Due to non-reserve ban ks......... 32.946.85
Certificates of deposit,tim e ... 137,874.16
Certificates for money borrowed 50,000.00
Certified checks ............................
7.905.66
Cashier’s checks .......................... 11,822.33
Reserved for interest ..........
5,429.66
Reserved for ta x es.....................
1,346.79
$2,161,203.71
Total

u n io n t r u st c o .
Incorporated January 18, 1902. Charter No. 83.

W . Reyburn, President; E . G . Thompson, Vice President; George B. Rose, Vice
President; Moorhead Wright, Vice President and Treasurer; C . P. Perrie, Secretary; C . M .
Connor, A sst. Treasurer; E . J. Bodman, A sst. Secretary; L. J. Gibson, Trust Officer.
irectors— E . G . Thompson, C . E . Neeley, J. A . Van Etten, John M . Moore, George B. Rose,
H . H . Foster, M . M . Cohn, Sam W . Reyburn, Moorhead Wright, C . P. Perrie.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
LIABILITIES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 37,226.80 Capital stock .....................................$250,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 105,036.21 Surplus ................................................. 150,000.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 738,368.46 Undivided profits ............................ 64,203.53
Loans on real e sta te ..................... 290,520.87 Savings deposits .............................. 708,647.88
Overdrafts .......................................... 6.105.85 Dividends unpaid ............................ 2,941.00
Other bonds and securities......... 96.277.32 Individual deposits ....................... 373,102.32
Furniture and fixtures................. 6,625.00 Certificates of deposit, demand. 100,696.56
Other real estate ............................ 119.868.39 Certified checks .............................. 2,796.32
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 2,199.31 Cashier’s checks .............................. 6,200.42
Cash item s ........................................
484.11 Reserved for interest ................... 9,715.64
Due from reserve hanks............... 148,612.73 Reserved for taxes ........................ 4,Q84.04
Checks on other banks................. 8,351.35 Other liabilities .............................. 53,484.63
Currency ............................................... 129,468.00
Gold ....................................................... 24,830.00
Silver and fractional coin...........
908.48
Other resources ................................ 11,889.46
$1,726,772.34
$1,726,772.34 ' Total
Total

LITTLE ROCK

w. b . w o r t h e n & co.
Incorporated August 4, 1902. Charter No. 94.

O fficers— Gordon N . Peay, President; George G . Worthen, V ice President;
and Secretary; T . Guy Bragg, A sst. Cashier and A sst. Secretary.
D irectors— Gordon N . Peay, B. Thurston, George G . Worthen. T . Guy Bragg.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$189,940.34
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 466,143.92
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 188,683.80
O verdrafts .......................................... 14,350.72
Other bonds and secu rities......... 13,389.28
Other real e sta te .............................. 90,795.77
Bills of exchange.............................. 2,292.18
Cash item s ........................................ 11,375.90
Due from reserve hanks............... 74,770.91
Checks on other banks............... 12.838.89
Currency ............................................... 25,780.00
Gold .......................................................
705.00
Silver and fractional coin.........
489.75
Other resources ................................ 8,403.16
T otal
$1,099,959.62



B. Thurston, Cashier

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .....................................$100,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 300.000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 43,224.02
Bills payable ...................................... 100,000.00
Individual deposits ........................ 345,640.16
Public funds .................................... 41.780.20
Due to non-reserve b an k s........... 1,040.00
Due to reserve b an k s................... 3,297.56
Certificates of deposit, tim e ... 159.065.74
Certified checks .............................. 5,276.22
Cashier’s checks ..............................
635.72
T otal

$1,099,959.62

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LOCKESBURG

BANK OF LOCKESBURG
Incorporated October 14, 1902. Charter No. 99.

O fficers— R . A . Gilliam, President; M . L .
Custer Steel, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— R . A . Gilliam, M . L . Norwood,

Norwood, V ice President;

R. S. Hunsucker, Cashier;

John T . Locke, W ill Steel, Frank Steel, W . C . Park.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...? 75.919.17
Loans on real e sta te....................... 1,464.60
O verdrafts ........................................
3.93
Other bonds and se c u r itie s......... 1.840.40
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,500.00
Banking house .................................. 3.400.00
Due from reserve b a n k s ............... 21,931.20
Checks on other banks.................
558.36
Currency ............................................... 7,182.00
Gold .........................................................
780.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
887.75
Total ...................................................$116,467.41

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, dem an d..
Cashier’s checks ..............................

25,000.00
7,500.00
4,599.45
14,000.00
43,138.60
4,086.74
17,469.04
673.58

Total .................................................$116,467.41

LONDON

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK AND TRUST CO *
Incorporated December 12, 1912. Charter No. 397.

O fficers— L . G . Martin, President; W . H . Garner,
D irectors— L . G . Martin, W . B. W all, M rs. Helen

V ice President; W . B. W all, Cashier.
W all.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 140.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 6,568.04
238.63
O verdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures ................. 1,060.38
Due from non-reserve banks . . .
37.92
Due from reserve banks ............. 3,636.70
Currency ...............................................
613.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
239.21
Other resources ................................
874.00
Total ................................................ $ 13,407.88

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 5,150.00
Individual deposits .......................... 6,982.80
Cashier’s checks ..............................
470.78
Other liabilities ................................
794.30

Total .................................................$ 13,407.88

♦Title changed December 11, 1914, to Farmers & Merchants Bank.

LONOKE

BANK OF CENTRAL ARKANSAS
Incorporated October 3, 1895. Charter No. 36.

O fficers— D . R. Boone, President; Pat H . Wheat,
D irectors-— D . R. Boone, Pat H . Wheat, W . Y .

V ice President; W . T . Couch, Cashier.
Bransford, D . M . Boone, T . M . Fletcher, J. N .

Eagle, and W . T . Couch.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured. .$133,888.03
Loans on real estate ..................... 41,361.75
Overdrafts ..........................................
322.08
Other bonds and se c u r itie s.........
561.25
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,800.00
Banking house .................................. 2,500.00
Cash item s ..........................................
800.09
Due from reserve banks............. 20,401.89
Checks on other b a n k s ................. 1,064.00
Currency ............................................... 1,679.00
Silver and fractional c o in ...........
231.76
Total
$204,609.85



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 20,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 15,000.00
Undivided profits .............................. 1,355.32
B ills payable ......................................... 50.000.00
D ividends unpaid ............................... 57,939.12
Individual deposits ............................. 60,315.41

T otal

$204,609.85

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LONOKE

BANK OF LONOKE
Incorporated November 16, 1906. Charter No. 223.

O fficers— W . P. Fletcher, President; S.
A . B. Goodrum, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . P. Fletcher, S. S. Glover,

S. Glover, Vice President; W . P. Fletcher, Jr., Cashier;
E. O . Griffin, Alph Hamburg, W . P. Fletcher, Jr., W . C.

Ellis.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 5,000.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 74,946.48
Loans on real estate .................... 14,299.17
O verdrafts .......................................... 3,649.88
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,400.00
77.80
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve banks ............. 5,240.40
Checks on other b a n k s .................
7.88
Currency .............................................. 2,285.00
Gold .........................................................
20.00
648.99
Silver and fractional c o in ........
Other resources ................................ 5,568.45
Total
$113,144.05

LONOKE

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 20,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 3,000.00
Undivided profits ............................... 3,449.77
Bills payable ...................................... 55,000.00
Individual deposits .......................... 23,945.97
Public funds .......................................... 2,269.81
Certificates of deposit, tim e . . . 5,478.50

Total

$113,144.05

LONOKE COUNTY BANK
Incorporated November 10, 1906. Charter No. 222.

O fficers— A . J. W alls, President; Chas. G . M iller, V ice President; W . H .
D irectors— A . J. W alls, W . H . Young, W . W . McCrary, J. M . Gates, Chas.

Young, Cashier.
G . M iller, T .
Brans-

ford, T . C . Trimble, Jr.

D.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 17,722.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 119,835.57
Loans on real estate ..................... 23,349.38
Overdrafts ..........................................
517.58
Other bonds and se c u r itie s......... 10,622.82
Furniture and fix tu r e s................... 1,000.00
Banking house .................................. 4,000.00
Other real estate ............................ 2,030.56
Cash item s ..........................................
5.00
Due from reserve banks ............. 28,039.63
Checks on other b a n k s .................
341.14
Currency .............................................. 4,416.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
427.26
Other resources ..............................
680.00
$212,986.94
Total

LOWELL

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 20,000.00
Surplus ...............................
10,000.00
Undivided profits .............................. 5,404.21
Individual deposits .......................... 45,497.06
Public funds ...................................... 128,393.49
Certificates of deposit, demand. 3,692.18

Total

$212,986.94

BANK OF LOWELL
Incorporated October 18, 1908. Charter No. 263.

O fficers— Claire Farrar, President; A . C . Mayes, V ice President; J. H . Barr, Cashier;
A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Claire Farrar, W . J. Langley, R . T . McClinton, J. H . Barr, A . C . Mayes.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..?
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real estate .....................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house ..................................
Due from reserve banks .............
Checks on other banks . . . . . . . .
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
T otal
$



A . C . Mayes,

1,125.00
1,561.50
13,561.75
3,250.00
1.97
2,117.00
1,725.00
703.67
20.39
855.00
60.00
392.87
25,374.15

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $ 10,000.00
Undivided profits ............................
718.92
Individual deposits .......................... 12,804.45
Public funds ......................................
.78
Certificates of deposit, tim e . . . . 1,850.00

T otal

$ 25,374.15

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LUXORA

LUXORA BANKING CO.
Incorporated September 28, 1899. Charter No. 54.

O fficers— J. C . Spann, President;
M ajors, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— John B. Driver, Sr., H .

J. L . Dean, Vice President;

J. M . Landrum, Cashier; J. M .

P. Liston, J. C . Spann, H . E. Bowen, J. M . Landrum, J. L . Dean,

F . E. Williams.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 4.505.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 7,330.65
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 21,635.63
Loans on real estate ..................... 53,046.11
O verdrafts ..........................................
842.73
Other bonds and s e c u r itie s.........
65.40
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,161.75
Banking house .................................. 4,700.00
Other real estate ..............................
572.42
D ue from reserve banks ............. 6,769.05
Currency ...............................................
54.00
Gold ............................................
155.00
Silver and fractional c o in ...........
683.44
Total
$102,521.18

McCRORY

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided p r o fits ..............................
Bills payable ......................................
Dividends unpaid ............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, t i m e ___

Total

15,000.00
7.500.00
741.65
12,500.00
44,285.76
699.12
21,794.65

$102,521.18

BANK OF McCRORY
Incorporated June 8, 1903. Charter No. 128.

O fficers— E . ^T. ^ h enjX> President; T . A . Jeffries, Vice President; H . W . Jernigan,
D irectors— E. T . Wherry, T . A . Jeffries, G . B. Fakes, H . Arnof, H . W . Jernigan.

Cashier; L . B.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$
90.46
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 56,843.40
Loans on real estate ..................... 21,750.06
Overdrafts ..........................................
4.35
579.80
Other bonds and se c u r itie s .........
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,959.08
Banking house .................................. 5.053.47
Due from reserve banks ............. 15,545.50
Currency ..............................................
460.00
Gold .......................................................
258.50
Silver and fractional coin ........... 2,509.72
37.60
Other resources ................................
Total ...................................................$106,091.94

McGEHEE

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e . ..
Cashier’s checks ..............................

20.000.00
2,000.00
2,231.80
13j000.00
55,131.87
13,291.57
436.70

Total .................................................$106,091.94

McGEHEE VALLEY BANK
Incorporated June 23, 1908. Charter No. 258.

O fficers— H . Thane, President; Abner McGehee, Vice President; J. W . Willoughby, Cashier;
C . Cleveland, A sst. Cashier.
Directors— H . Thane, Abner McGehee, Sam Wolchansky, G . B. Ewing, J. W . Willoughby.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 120.93
Loans and discounts, unsecured 11,189.52
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 36,430.78
Loans on real e sta te....................... 94,030.36
O verdrafts ..........................................
999.08
Other bonds and secu rities......... 30,309.00
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,550.00
Banking house .................................. 7,568.48
Other real e sta te.............................. 17,786.69
Item s in transit ................................
461.59
D ue from non-reserve b a n k s... 2,572.91
Cash item s ..........................................
915.17
D ue from reserve banks............... 15,490.92
Currency ............................................... 1,455.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 4,342.83
T otal
$225,223.26



D. O.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Dividends unpaid ............................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Certified checks ..............................
Cashier’s checks ..............................

T otal

67,000.00
10,000.00
4,163.24
30.000.00
14,657.95
300.00
79,629.29
1,627.15
17,637.79
50.00
157.84

$225,223.26

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McNEIL

BANK OF McNEIL
Incorporated June 30, 1906. Charter No. 208.

O fficers— J. J. Luck, President; R . L. Westbrook, Vice President; J. W . Rhea, Cashier.
D irectors— J. J. Luck, R. L . Westbrook, L . A . Westbrook, J. C . Milner, J. G . Wepfer, J.

W . Rhea.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..?
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans ori real e sta te . 20,332.25
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Other real e sta te ..............................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Cash item s ........................................
Due from reserve banks.............
Currency ........
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...........,
Total ...................................................$

McRAE

1,000.00
6,942.35
36,715.31
186.03
1,767.40
1,717.40
1,000.00
1,629.99
10.00
5,053.99
3,008.00
1,220.50
325.14
80,908.36

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ..................
Individual deposits .......................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ...

15,000.00
6,575.15
207.84
12,000.00
44,903.97
2,221.40

Total ...................................................$ 80,908.36

McRAE STATE BANK
Incorporated January 26, 1914. Charter No. 434.

O fficers— W . F . Bauer, President; J. A . Cullum, Vice President; W illiam Booth, Vice
W . H . Newbern, Cashier.
Directors— W . F . Bauer, J. A . Cullum, William Booth, J. D. Birdsong, J. H . Ernest.

President;

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secured. ..
Loans on real e sta te .....................
Overdrafts ........................................
Furniture and fixtures...............
Due from non-reserve b an k s..
Cash item s ........................................
Due from reserve banks...........
Checks on other banks...............
Currency ............................................
Gold .....................................................
Silver and fractional coin.........
Total ................................................. .?

1,837.97
6,485.17
3,449.08
5.41
1,169.51
959.85
49.14
2,741.27
172.59
811.00
5.00
539.20
18,225.19

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................ ..? 10,000.00
Undivided profits .......................
256.65
Individual deposits ...................
6,811.66
Certificates of deposit, tim e..
266.30
Cashier’s checks .........................
890.58

Total ..

..? 18,225.19

MAGAZINE

BANK OF MAGAZINE
Incorporated February 16, 1903. Charter No. 115.

O fficers— R . P. Chitwood, President; J. A . Newman, V ice President; F . T . Powers, V ice Presi­
dent; Eegan C . Robertson, Cashier; Hoyt M . Chitwood, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— R . P. Chitwood, J. A . Newman, F . T . Powers, Eegan C . Robertson, E . L . Compere.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...?
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and securities.........
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ................................
Bills of exchange..............................
Cash item s ........................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...........
Other resources ..............................
T otal



46,492.45
3,792.31
171.01
458.78
1,500.00
2,500.00
54.30
187.10
7,570.38
803.00
227.50
651.24
361.48
64,769.55

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Bills payable ......................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Individual deposits .......................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ...

T otal

12,500.00
1,772.61
17,266.35
270.39
29,053.70
3,906.50

? 64,769.55

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MAGNOLIA

COLUMBIA COUNTY BANK
Incorporated May 18, 1892. Charter No. 29.

O fficers— C . M . Fomby, President; J. O . Hutcheson, V ice President; J. C . M cN eill, Cashier;
Goode Renfroe, A sst. Cashier.
Directors— C. M . Fomby, C . R . Hutcheson, J. B. W ilson, C . W . Martel, T . J. Blewster, H . P. Car­
rington, J. O . Hutcheson, J. M . W itt, W . H . Askew, D . R . Carraway, S. O . Couch, J. C . M c ­
N eill.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 58,127.15
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 87,697.59
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 43.286.03
Overdrafts ..........................................
539.35
Other bonds and securities......... 1,800.00
Furniture and fixtures................. 3.763.80
Banking house .................................. 10,759.87
Other real e sta te.............................. 2,948.02
Due from, non-reserve b a n k s...
47.18
Due from reserve banks............... 20,551.33
Checks on other banks................. 1,274.87
Currency ............................................ 12,759.00
Gold ....................................................... 2,022.50
Silver and fractional coin ........... 1,264.78
Total
$246,841.47

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .................................... $ 50,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 2,500.00
51.56
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ...................................... 43,000.00
150.00
Dividends unpaid ............................
Individual deposits .......................... 104,045.38
Public funds ...................................... 1.366.68
Certificates of deposit, t im e .... 44,845.66
3.26
Certified checks ................................
878.83
Cashier’s checks ............................

Total

MAGNOLIA

$246,841.47

FARMERS BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated September 26, 1906. Charter No. 217.

O fficers— T . S. Grayson, President; W . H . Warnock, V ice President; James G . Brown,
J. T . Stephens, A sst. Cashier; J. B. Smith, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— R . W . Boone, S. D . Choffin, J. W . Burrow, T . S. Grayson, James G . Brown, W .

Cashier;

H . W ar­
nock, J. M . W itt, Z . L . Daniel, J. F. Runyan, John T . Sauter, C . D . Stevens, J. B. W ilson,
A . A . Ried.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 44,818.99
Loans and discounts, unsecured 34,407.88
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 129,195.31
Loans on real estate ..................... 33,239.14
O verdrafts .......................................... 2,084.36
Other bonds and securities . . . .
172.79
Furniture and fixtures................... 3,500.00
Banking house .................................. 13.000.00
Other real e sta te.............................. 5.000.00
Cash item s ..........................................
46.00
Due from reserve banks............... 31,340.03
Checks on other ban ks.................
361.44
Currency ............................................... 6,364.00
Gold ....................................................... 1,600.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 1,562.68
, Total
$306,692.62

MAGNOLIA

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 50,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 5,000.00
Undivided profits ............................
109.13
60,000.00
Bills payable .............................
Dividends unpaid ............................
5.00
Individual deposits .......................... 107,738.79
Public funds ...................................... 49,694.76
Certificates of deposit, tim e ... 34,107.09
Cashier’s checks ..............................
37.85

Total

$306,692.62

PEOPLES BANK
Incorporated May 8, 1902. Charter No. 90.

O fficers— N . J. Gantt, President; J. L . Davis, V ice
A sst. Cashier.
Directors— N . J. Gantt, J. L . Davis, W . W . Boyd,

President;. T . A . Monroe, Cashier; E. C . Lyle,

J. O . Hutcheson, J. M . W itt, J. M . Kitchens,
J. A . Joiner, W . H . Askew, E . W . Warren, E. C . Lyle, T . A . Monroe.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 2,574.86
Loans and discounts, unsecured 51,129.22
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 138,637.87
Loans on real e sta te ..................... 11,736.79
O verdrafts ..........................................
247.69
Other bonds and secu rities.........
85.70
Furniture and fixtures................... 3,522.66
Banking house ................................ 3,000.00
Other real estate ............................ 1.900.00
Cash item s ........................................
370.12
D ue from reserve ban ks............... 10,794.01
Checks on other banks.................
453.66
Currency ............................................... 6,777.00
Gold ............
2,360.50
Silver and fractional coin ............. 1,143.70
Other resources . ........................... 11,501.45
T otal
$246,235.23



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................... $ 50,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 15,000.00
Undivided profits ............................
617.91
Bills payable ...................................... 45,000.00
Individual deposits .......................... 111,988.33
Certificates of deposit, tim e ___ 23,484.37
Cashier’s checks ..............................
144.62

Total

$246,235.23

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MALVERN

BANK OF MALVERN
Incorporated June 24, 1889. Charter No. 10.

O fficers— W . H . Cooper, President; A . W . Brassier, Vice President; T . R . McHenry, Cashier;
Robert Smith, Jr., Asst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . H . Cooper, A . W . Brassier, T . R. McHenry, J. L . Cooper, Chas. S. Smith, J. Elmo
Young, W illiam R . Duffie.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 8,200.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 29,474.78
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 106,692.59
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 42,978.45
O verdrafts ..........................................
83.01
Other bonds and se c u r itie s .....
127.68
Banking house .................................. 5,000.00
70.00
Cash item s ........................................
Due from reserve banks............... 50,568.31
Checks on other banks...............
857.99
Currency .....................'....................... 3,060.00
Gold ....................................................... 3,750.00
Silver and fractional coin...........
469.07
Total
$251,331.88

MALVERN

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .................................... $ 50,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 20, 000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 3,547.89
Individual deposits ....................... 105,770.76
Certificates of deposit, demand. 72,013.23

Total

$251,331.88

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
Incorporated October 3, 1913. Charter No. —.

O fficers— T . N . Atchison, President; J. W . Lee, Vice President; Park Chamberlain, Vice Presi­
dent; George B. Cox, Cashier.
D irectors— T . N . Atchison, Park Chamberlain, T . E . Nunn, J. M . Smith, George B. Cox, J. W . Lee,
H.

B.

Means,

E.

O . Kilpatrick,

M . E.

McCowan.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d ..$
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and se c u r itie s....
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...........
Other resources ................................
$
Total

350.00
7,283.48
25,839.14
11,327.83
47.54
557.1*7
3,932.44
9,105.66
1,388.73
147.88
8,522.08
630.53
823.00
305.00
428.68
1,000.00
71,683.16

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
N otes rediscounted ........................
Savings deposits ..............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, demand.

Total

29,500.00
884.17
5,000.00
758.77
33,188.62
2,357.60

$ 71,689.16

MAMMOTH SPRING

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated June 24, 1904. Charter No. 160.

O fficers— J. A . Sigler, President; G .
D irectors— J. A . Sigler, M . G . Hale,

C . Buford, V ice President; C . W . Dixon, Cashier.
William Lytle, Edward C . Bellamy, C . W . Dixon, G . C . Bu­
ford, Chas. Colvin, J. T . Luna, E . A . Dixon.
,
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 1,225.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 4,278.91
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 80,780.79
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 16,857.11
O verdrafts .......................................... . 85\15
Other bonds and secu rities.........
785.72
Furniture and fixtures................... 3.360.00
Banking house .................................. 8,500.00
Other real e sta te .............................. 13,978.40
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
337.01
Due from reserve banks............... 3,610.53
Currency ............................................... 2,446.00
Gold ..............................................
1,910.00
Silver and fractional coin........... 1.209.87
T otal
$140,138.49



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Due to non-reserve ban ks.........
Certificates of deposit, dem and.
Certificates for m oney borrowed
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Reserved for in terest.....................
Reserved for ta x e s............................

Total

29,275.00
963.67
20,000.00
67,518.82
5,066.31
12.961.22
2,500.00
1,251.53
601.69
.25

$140,138.49

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MANILA

BANK OF MANILA
Incorporated April 13, 1903. Charter No. 124.

O fficers— E. L . Caraway,
D irectors— Jake Rice, E.

President; J. M . Hutton, V ice President; H . W . Cowan, Cashier.
L . Caraway, J. M . Hutton, H . W . Cowan.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...?
Loans on real e sta te .......................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Due from reserve banks.............
Checks on other ban ks.................
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Total
$

32,731.03
9,005.55
1,016.15
1,230.00
3.250.00
5,901.05
1,026.18
1,713.00
40.00
337.35
56,250.31

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock . ..- ............................ $
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ............................
Total

15,000.00
2,278.02
1.187.96
15,000.00
20.526.56
2,061.37
196.40

$ 56,250.31

MANSFIELD

BANK OF MANSFIELD
Incorporated September 12, 1901. Charter No. 77.

O fficers— W . L . Seaman, President; J.
Yowell, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. F. Graves, C . C . Graves,

F . Graves, V ice President; C . C . Graves, Cashier; W . L .
L . C . Packard, A . E. Peer, W . L . Seaman.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 10,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 122,189.86
O verdrafts ..........................................
905.10
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,634.88
Banking house .................................. 4,701.59
Other real e sta te.............................. 1,814.15
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
126.59
Cash item s ........................................
445.25
Due from reserve banks............. 41,949.76
Currency ............................................... 4,082.00
Gold ....................................................... 3,150.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 1,667.16
Total
$193,666.34

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ...
Certified checks ..............................
Cashier’s checks ............................
Other liabilities ..............................
Total

25.000.00
25,000.00
8,623.60
17,000.00
86,836.81
30,531.57
200.00
474.18
.18

$193,666.34

MANSFIELD

PEOPLES BANK
Incorporated October 9, 1907. Charter No. 247.

O fficers— J. F . Graves, President; V . H . Sorrels, Cashier.
D irectors— W . L . Seaman, J. F . Graves, H . S. Graves, C . C .

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..?
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te.......................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks...............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
T otal
$



Graves, A . I. Harmon, G . E . O tis.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

241.10
3,793.04
20,924.54
3,606.15
1,523.00
3,951.21
37.20
1,591.00
115.00
856.54
36,638.78

LIABILITIES. •
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
B ills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, dem and.
Cashier’s checks ............................

T otal

12,500.00
1,486.68
3,000.00
15,034.48
4,604.62
13.00

$ 36,638.78

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MARIANNA
O fficers— M ax D .
D irectors— M ax D .
F.

BANK OF M ARIANNA
Incorporated July 15, 1903. Charter No. 134.

M iller, President; O . L . Williamson, Vice President; Hugh Mixon, Cashier.
M iller, D . L . Griffis, P. R. Turner, J. R. Felton, J. T . Robertson, Jacob Shaul,
N . Burke, H . S. Mixon, O . L . Williamson.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
LIABILITIES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 1,525.00 Capital stock ....................................: 69.000. 00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 58,261.28 Bills payable ...................................... 35.000. 00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 66,685.37 Savings deposits ........................... 23,170.05
Loans on real e s t a t e .................... 20,013.24 Dividends unpaid ............................
3.51
Overdrafts ..........................................
510.36 Individual deposits ......................... 43,540.03
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,968.64 Public funds .................................... 6,186.88
Banking house .................................. 6,605.40 Certificates of deposit, tim e .... 8,950.19
Other real estate ........................... 1,037.74 Cashier’s checks ............................
213.08
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 3,518.12 ‘Other liabilities ................................ 3,493.18
Cash item s ........................................
925.00
Due from reserve banks............... 15,139.16
Checks on other banks................. 2,631.78
Currency .............................................. 1,086.00
Gold ........................................
65.00
Silver and fractional coin........... 2,214.20
Other resources ................................ 6,370.63
Total ...................................................$189,556.92
Total
$189,556.92

MARIANNA

LEE COUNTY BANK
Incorporated March 7, 1904. Charter No. 154.

O fficers-— A . B. Banks, President; J.
stein, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— A . B. Banks, W . B. Mann,
Ford, C .

E.

B . Grove, V ice President; Chas. McKee, Cashier; S. Gold­

E.

Hugh Leary, J.
Stevenson, R . D . Smith, M . Lesser, M . H .
Daggett, W . A . Thornton,
B. W ord, R . D . Jarratt, J. B. Grove.

E.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 12,321.11
Loans and discounts, unsecured 46,461.10
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 282,617.88
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 19,831.84
Overdrafts ..........................................
137.59
Other bonds and securities......... 4,247.11
Furniture and fixtures ............... 3,.735.00
Other real e sta te ........................... 4*070.84
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 22,038.56
Cash item s ........................................ 2,187.03
Due from reserve banks........... 28.590.87
Checks on other banks.................
611.83
Currency ............................................... 2,764.00
Gold .......................................................
530.00
Silver and fractional coin........... 1,783.05
Total ...................................................$431,937.81

MARIANNA

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .....................................$100,000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 6,117.16
Bills payable .................................... 125,000.00
N otes rediscounted ......................... 3.000.00
Individual deposits ....................... 100,623.03
Public funds .................................... 70,370.72
Due to non-reserve b an k s......... 2,800.00
Certificates of deposit, tim e___ 23,864.28
Certified checks ................................
81.50
Cashier’s checks ............................
81.12

Total .................................................. $431,937.81

M cC l in t o c k b a n k i n g
(Not Incorporated)

co.

W . S. McClintock, R . L . M ixon, D . S. Clark, Owners.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 13,510.92
Loans and discounts, unsecured 28,238.15
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 75,934.07
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 15,866.76
Overdrafts ..........................................
406.79
Other bonds and securities......... 1,494.97
Furniture and fixtures ............... 1,809.90
Other real e sta te ..............................
400.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 1,262.17
Cash item s ........................................
5.00
Due from reserve banks............. 41,456.47
Checks on other banks............... 1,567.36
Currency ............................................... 12,373.00
Gold .......................................................
645.00
Silver and fractional coin........... 2,680.20
T otal .................................................... $197,650.76



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .....................................$100,000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 2,582.46
Bills payable .................................... 25,000.00
Individual deposits ........
57,377.96
Certificates of deposit, tim e___ 12,690.34

T otal .................................................... $197,650.76

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MARIANNA

PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated October 13, 1911. Charter No. 352.

O fficers— W . D . Newbern, President; S. H . Crowe, V ice President; R . L . Allen, Cashier.
D irectors— W . D . Newbern, H . B. Derrick, R . M . Boone, S. H . Crowe, R . L . Allen.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand . .$ 6,350.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 16,593.68
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 90,003.00
Loans on real estate ...................... 7,738.99
Overdrafts ............................................
194.87
Other bonds and securities . . . . 1,538.45
Furniture and fixtures ................. 4,707.00
Due from non-reserve banks . . .
408.73
Cash item s ..........................................
154.75 ■
Due from reserve b a n k s ............... 4,446.06
Checks on other banks ................. 3,936.66
Currency ............................................... 2,275.00
Gold ...................................
1.632.50
Silver and fractional c o in ...........
174.43
Other resources ................................ 3,104.11
Total ...................................................$143,258.23

MARION

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ............................, . . . $
Surplus .................................................
Bills payable ......................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Due to non-reserve banks .........
Certificate of deposits, tim e . . . .
Cashier’s c h e c k s ................................
Other liabilities ................................

26,812.50
4,068.46
54,553.00
2,568.79
25,293.08
24,500.00
5,350.00
100.67
11.73

Total ..................................................$143,258.23

CRITTENDEN COUNTY BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated January 9, 1909. Charter No. 270.

O fficers— Louis Barton, President; F . W . Reisinger, Vice President; W . B.
D irectors— Louis Barton, F . W . Reisinger, H . A . M cGee, S. I. Newman,

Rhodes, Cashier.
Dolph Smith, John F .
Rhodes, George W . Patterson, C . L . Campbell, E . J. Badinalli, Ed Talbott, Samuel Keel.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$ 200.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 25,990.35
Loans on real estate ..................... 33,191.91
Other bonds and securities........... 9,266.27
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,320.00
Banking house ....................
3.300.00
Other real estate .............................. 3,641.00
Due from non-reserve banks . .. 30,000.00
Cash item s ..........................................
551.83
Due from reserve b a n k s ............... 3,914.25
Checks on other banks .................
65.20
Currency ............................................... 3,818.00
Gold .........................................................
100.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
660.50
Other resources ................................ 4,288.97
Total
$121,308.77

EARLE

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e .. .
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

40.000.00
20,000.00
39,349.21
19,410.36
2,405.55
143.65

$121,308.77

CRITTENDEN COUNTY BANK AND TRUST CO.
B R A N C H O F M A R IO N

Incorporated January 9, 1909. Charter No. 270.

O fficers— Louis Barton, President; Fred W . Reisinger, V ice President; Albert Horner, Cashier;
T . J. Biggs, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors— Louis Barton, George W . Patterson, E . J. Badinalli, C . L . Campbell, H . A . M cGee,

Dolph Smith, John F . Rhodes, S. I. Newman, Ed Talbott, Fred W . Reisinger, Samuel Keel.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d e m a n d ...$ 200.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured- 2,638.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 55,550.42
Loans on real estate ..................... 22,770.03
Other bonds and se c u r itie s.........
461.70
Furniture and fixtures ................. 4,350.00
Banking house .................................. 9,150.00
Due from non-reserve banks . . . 1,000.00
Cash item s ..........................................
64.55
Due from reserve banks ............. 8,023.59
Checks on other ban ks................. 1,143.23
Currency ............................................... 3,085.00
Gold .........................................................
170.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
1,839.28
Other resources ................................ 2,460.27
$112,906.07
T otal



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ......................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public f u n d s ........................................
Certificates of deposit, t i m e ___
Cashier’s checks ..............................

T otal

30,000.00
545.28
30,000.00
2,261.40
31,858.05
15,157.32
2,958.80
125.22

$112,906.07

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GRAWFORDSVILLE

CRITTENDEN COUNTY BANK AND TRUST CO.
B R A N C H O F M A R IO N

Incorporated January 9, 1909. Charter No. 270.

O fficers— Louis Barton, President; Fred W . Reisinger,
D irectors— Louis Barton, George W . Patterson, B. J.

V ice President; J. H . Weatherby, Cashier.
Badinalli, C . L . Campbell, H .
M cGee,
Dolph Smith, John F . Rhodes, S. I. Newman, Ed Talbott, Fred W . Reisinger, Samuel Keel.

A.

Statement of October 31.. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..?
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secured__
Loans on real estate .....................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and se c u r itie s .........
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house ....................................
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve banks .............
Checks on other banks .................
Currency ...............................................
Gold .........................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Other resources ................................
Total ...................................................$

TURRELL

1,900.00
107.35
33,408.20
8,950.00
9.95
75.15
3,460.00
3,760.00
25.00
4,678.87
79.41
50.00
220.00
109.45
4,266.74
61,100.12

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits .......................
Public funds ......................................
Due to non-reserve ban ks...........
Certificates of deposit,demand.
Cashier’s checks ..............................

20,000.00
10,000.00
19,753.98
9,344.58
1,000.00
830.00
171.56

Total ...................................................$61,100.12

CRITTENDEN COUNTY BANK AND TRUST CO.
B R A N C H O F M A R IO N

Incorporated January 9, 1909. Charter No. 270.

O fficers— Louis Barton, President; F . W . Reisinger, V ice President;
D irectors— Louis Barton, F . W . Reisinger, George W . Patterson, C .

H . E . W ilder, Cashier.
L . Campbell, E. J. Badinalli,
Samuel Keel, S. I. Newman, John F . Rhodes, H . A . M cGee, Dolph Smith, Ed Talbott.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ...?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Other bonds and s e c u r itie s.........
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve banks ..............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .........................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Other resources ................................
Total
?

66.00
15.543.27
4,966.61
31.35
2,420.00
2.330.00
97.32
6,953.24
1,990.00
230.00
827.02
790.95
36,245.76

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................?
Savings deposits ............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public fu n d s ........................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e __
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

10,000.00
1,324.90
19,073.56
4,300.00
1,510.00
37.30

? 36,245.76

MARKED TREE

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
Incorporated November 4, 1911. Charter No. 356.

O fficers— B . F . Taylor,
D irectors— B. F . Taylor,

President; S. P. Thompson, V ice President; Paul S. Thompson, Cashier.
W . H . Powell, M . P. Kirby, O . K. Warren, J. B. Claunch, S. P. Thompson,

W . T . Lane.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$12,664.62
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 20.184.95
Loans on real estate ..................... 2,726.76
Overdrafts .......................................
283.75
Furniture and fixtures .................. 3,918.66
Due from reserve b a n k s ............... 9; 136.16
Checks on other banks .................
182.16
Currency ............................................... 3,216.00
Gold ....................................................... 1,655.00
Silver and fractional c o in ...........
615.64
Other resources ................................ 1,058.15
T otal
? 55,641.85



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... ?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
N otes rediscounted .......................
Savings deposits ..............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e . . .
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

13,299.00
805.03
1,089.35
8.500.00
1.650.00
408.73
15,750.63
10,408.06
3.580.00
250.05

$ 55,641.85

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MARKED TREE

MARKED TREE BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated January 5, 1903. Charter No. 108.

O fficers— T . J. Sharum,
H azel, Secretary.
D irectors— T . J. Sharum,

President; M . W . Hazel, Vice President; C . E. Causey, Cashier; N . J.
M . W . Hazel, N . J. Hazel, C . A . Dawson, C . M . Lutterloh.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, se c u r e d ...$ 13,510.12
Loans on real e sta te ................
34,010.83
Overdrafts ..........................................
49.67
Other bonds and securities.........
285.00
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,619.41
Banking house ................................ 3,431.97
Other real e sta te.............................. 7,650.00
Cash item s ..........................................
50.00
Due from reserve banks............... 1,939.73
Checks on other banks................
542.90
Currency .............................................. 1,299.00
Gold .......................................................
95.00
Silver and fractional coin .............
159.47
Other resources ................................ 1,467.30
Total ...................................................$ 66,110.40

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $
Surplus . .. .•........................................
Undivided profits ..............................
N otes rediscounted ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Due to non-reserve b an k s............
Certificates of deposit,tim e ...
Cashier’s checks ..............
Other liabilities ................................

14,430.00
10,671.30
7.000.00
2,500.00
11,956.28
17,463.73
156.04
142.10
1.790.95

Total ...................................................? 66,110.40

MARMADUKE

BANK OF MARMADUKE
Incorporated June 27, 1903. Charter No. 131.

O fficers— A . M . Hall, President;
Boone, Asst.' Cashier.
D irectors— A . Bertig, Alvin Cary,

Alvin

Cary, V ice

President;

A.

E.

Randol,

Cashier;

S.

F.

A . M . Hall, W . J. McBride, J. M . Ramsey.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and.?
830.00
Loans and discounts, secu red .. 27,393.83
Loans on real e sta te....................... 22,482.62
Furniture and fixtures................. 1,865.00
Banking house .................................. 3,290.00
Other real e sta te .............................
600.00
Due from reserve banks........... 4,138.89
Checks on other banks................
104.35
Currency ...............................................
535.00
Gold .......................................................
65.00
694.99
Silver and fractional coin ..............
Other resources ................................
140.78
Total
? 62,140.46

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of .deposit, tim e ...
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

15,000.00
3,000.00
360.20
20,000.00
17,518.66
6,247.00
14.60

$ 62,140.46

MARMADUKE

FARMERS BANK
Incorporated March 10, 1911. Charter No. 340.

O fficers— Eli Meiser, President; J. R .
D irectors— Eli Meiser, J. R . Burks, J.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and.?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real esta te.......................
O verdrafts
....................................
Other bonds and secu rities.........
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ................................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks________
Currency ...............................................
Other resources ................................
?
T otal



Burks, V ice President; J. W . Lipscomb, Cashier.
W . Lipscomb, J. G . M eiser.

2,230.00
43,263.67
350.00
21.07
29.20
1,023.00
3,459.80
600.00
315.25
1,347.74
593.00
1,157.61
3.79
54,394.13

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Bills payable .......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, demand
Cashier’s checks ..............................

T otal

15,000.00
1,600.00
13,000.00
18,001.63
6,666.35
126.15

? 54,394.13

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MARSHALL

MARSHALL BANK
Incorporated May 2, 1901. Charter No. 73.

O fficers— Sam G . Daniel, President; James A . Henley, Vice President; A . T .
F.
G . Redwine, A sst. Cashier; P. M . Reece, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Sam G . Daniel, A . T . Hudspeth, B. F . Henley, J. A . Henley, B. S.

Hudspeth, Cashier;
Reece.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 13,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 18,000.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 88,508.99
Loans on real e sta te ............ 19,500.00
O verdrafts .......................................... 2,535.36
Other bonds and securities . . . 120.60
Furniture and fixtures...... 4,000.00
Banking house .................................. 6,000.00
Other real e sta te .............................. 10,425.8 *
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 6,000.00
642.48
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve b a n k s ..,......... 6,856.33
Checks on other banks......
481.08
Currency ............................................... 5,050.00
Gold .......................................................
500.00
Silver and fractional coin........... 1,143.28
Other resources .............................. 5,635.86
Total ...................................................$188,399.87

MARVELL

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Bills payable ......................................
N otes rediscounted .......................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Due to non-reserve b an k s...........
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................

50,000.00
1.200.00
35,000.00
12,556.20
66.449.42
11,238.15
6,243.03
2,895.00
2,818.07

Total ...................................................$188,399.87

BANK OF MARVELL
Incorporated January 8, 1903. Charter No. 109.

O fficers— S. L . Cooke, President; John L. Turner, Vice President; J. B. Swift, Cashier.
D irectors— S. L . Cooke, John L . Turner, J. B. Swift, V . E. Cooke, L . A . Jackson.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 9,923.75
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 81,465.32
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 24,776.00
Overdrafts ..........................................
304.08
Other bonds and securities. . . . 6,775.00
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,672.44
Banking house ................................ 2,350.00
Other real e sta te ..............................
471.00
Due from reserve banks............... 18,197.84
Currency ............................................... 1.603.00
Gold .......................................................
246.00
711.91
Silver and fractional coin ...........
$149,4:6.34
Total

MAYNARD

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ....................................
N otes rediscounted .......................
Dividends unpaid ............................
Individual deposits .........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ....
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Total

20, 000.00
5.000.
1.124.72
22*500.00
7.000.
20.00
76,914.00
6,948.77
9.981.30
7.55

$149,496.34

BANK OF MAYNARD
Incorporated December 14, 1899. Charter No. 55.

O fficers— E . C . Mock, President; J. M . C . Lehman, V ice President; H . G . M cNabb, Cashier.
D irectors— E. C . Mock, J. P. Dees, J. M . C . Lehman, T . W . Campbell, J. A . Spence.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured... .$ 17j.273.19
1.800.00
56.26
977.44
Furniture and fixtures.................
1,534.26
Banking house ...............................
296.74
Cash item s ......................................
1,773.66
Due from reserve b a n k s.____
575.00
Currency ..........................................
185.00
Gold ...................................................
311.09
Silver and fractional coin........
Total .............................................. . .$ 24,782.64



, LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................ ..$
Surplus ............................................
Undivided profits .......................
Bills payable ................................
Individual deposits ................... ..
Public funds ..................................
Cashier’s checks ..........................

6,000.00
1,200 00
190.11
3,000.00
14,175.67
130,62
86.24

Total ............................................... ..$ 24,782.64

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MELBOURNE

BANK OF MELBOURNE
Incorporated July 2 9 , 1896. Charter No. 42.

O fficers— J. B. Baker, President; J. H . Landers, V ice President; R . D .
D irectors— J. B. Baker, J. H . Landers, P. A . Billingsley, R . D . Harris.

Harris, Cashier.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 300.45
L oans'and discounts, secured__ 38,129.17
Loans on real e sta te.......................
500.00
Overdrafts ..........................................
967.87
Furniture and fixtures................. 1,642.50
Banking house .................................. 1,000.00
D ue from reserve ban k s............. 9,425.94
Currency ............................................... 1,078.00
Gold .......................................................
530.00
Silver and fractional coin...........
580.21
Other resources ..............................
105.24
Total ...................................................$ 54,259.38

MENA

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 5,000.00
Undivided profits ...........................
647.43
Individual deposits ....................... 38,065.45
Public funds ......................................
546.50

Total ...............................................,.? 54',259.38

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
Incorporated October 12, 1905. Charter No. 193.

O fficers— J. H . Cox, President; Eugene Cox, V ice President; Edwin B. Cox, Cashier;
A sst. Cashier; W . I. Green, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Eugene Cox, M . A . Stratton, J. H . Cox, W . I. Green, Edwin B. Cox.

W alter Nance,

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 37,185.56
Loans and discounts, unsecured 4,817.11
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 148,660.49

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... ? 50,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 50,000.00
Undivided profits ........................... 6,198.37

Other bonds and secu rities........... 2,528.73
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,000.00
Banking house ................................ 15,000.00
Bills of exchange.............................. 3,053.11
Cash item s ........................................
529.06
Due from reserve ban k s............. 69,106.88
Checks on other ban ks............... 1,233.68
Currency ............................................... 10,390.00
Gold ....................................................... 5,310.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 2,553.21
Total ...................................................?335,266.88

Public funds .........................................
Certificates of deposit, demand
Certified checks ..............................
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Reserved for in terest.....................

L o a n s o n r e a l e s t a t e ...........................
O v e r d r a f t s ................................................

MENA

32.875.93
23.12

S a v i n g s d e p o s its ................................
In d iv id u a l d e p o s its ...........................

7 0 ,1 2 0 .0 7
9 1 ,8 0 8 .3 4

34,200.62
23,313.43
21.06
6,354.99
3,250.00

Total ...................................................?335,266.88

PLANTERS STATE BANK
Incorporated April 1, 1911. Charter No. 336.

O fficers— W . W . Townsend, President; W . E. Watkins, V ice President; R . B. Board, Cashier;
C . Embry, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . W . Townsend, W . E . Watkins, G . W . Petty, M ark P. Olney, W . I. McKinney.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

Fred

RESOURCES.
LIABILITIES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..?
500.00 Capital stock ....................................? 30,000.00
Lo.ans and discounts, unsecured 14,862.86 Surplus .................................................. 3,000.00
pLpans and discounts, secured. .. 83,387.00 Undivided profits ............................. 3,549.27
L oans on real e sta te.......................
630.59 Bills payable ...................................... 25,000.00
Overdrafts ..........................................
16.49 Individual deposits ........................... 53,084.44
•Other bonds and secu rities.........
797.05 C ertificates of deposit, dem and. 12,338.81
6,488.71
102.58
' Bahkipg -house .................................. 10,776.19 Cashier’s checks ...............................
Dfie .front reserve ban k s...............
418.17
Cbdciksj 6*? other banks...................
Currency J ............................................ 5.233.00
Gold . . . . / ............................................ 1.035.00
930.04
SilveT 'tfna fractional coin ...........
,Tptal/....................................... ?127,075.10 T otal .....................................................?127,075.10



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MIDLAND

MIDLAND STATE BANK
Incorporated May 4, 1912. Charter No. 373.

O fficers— W . L . Seaman, President; C . C . Graves, Vice President;
Directors— W . L . Seaman, G . C . Packard, G . K. Dixon.

Jerry Bell, Cashier.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Cash item s ........................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
?
Total

1,000.00
7,002.00
5,700.45
1,891.94
2,992.65
208.70
6,314.03
860.00
555.00
2- 8.25
26,823.02

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ....................................
Certificates of deposit, demand.
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Total

5.275.00
1,137.70
4.028.30
12,084.40
1,200.00
3,025.00
72.62

$ 26.823.02

MINERAL SPRINGS

BANK OF MINERAL SPRINGS
Incorporated September 25, 1906. Charter No. 216.

O fficers— T . J. Dillard, President; L .
D irectors— T . J. Dillard, L. P. Janes,

P. Janes, Vice President; W . G . Christian, Cashier.
W . T . Kent, J. F . Bridgeman^ W . G . Christian.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks...............
Currency ............................* ................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...........
Total
$

MONETTE

25.50
31,618.56
4,829.27
113.94
1,501.40
15,806.39
335.69
2.440.00
5.00
493.38
57,169.13

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Undivided profits ................................. 1,073.85
Bills payable ...................................... 10,000.00
Individual deposits ........................ 29,930.22
Certificates of deposit, tim e___ 1,348.32
Cashier’s checks ................................. 4,816.74
Total

? 57,169.13

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated March 26, 1909. Charter No. 275.

O fficers— J. D . Wallace, President; J. E .
Anderson, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. D . Wallace, A . R . Lunsford,

Goss, V ice President; W . H . Johnson, Cashier;

C. L.

N . H . Grady, W . T . Layne, J. E . Blankenship, W . L.
Anderson, A . Carmichael, J. W . Harrel, J. E . Goss.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 2,931.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 9,252.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 56,827.02
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 10.469.75
O verdrafts ..........................................
18.28
Other bonds and securities.........
669.55
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,750.00
Banking house .................................. 5,750.00
Cash item s ........................................
363.11
Due from reserve banks............... 6,217.07
Checks on other banks.................
314.04
Currency ............................................... 1,036.00
Gold .......................................................
175.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
386.50
Other resources .............................. 8,227.98
T otal .................................................... ?105,387.30



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Bills payable ....................................
N otes rediscounted ........................
Dividends u n p a id ..............................
Individual deposits .......................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___

25,000.00
1,500.00
25,000.00
5,500.00
7.50
35,327.65
13,052.15

T otal .................................................... ?105,387.30

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MONTICELLO

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated November 23, 1900. Charter No. 65.

O fficers— V . J. Trotter, President; Chas. T . Duke, Vice President; J. D .
Carter, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— H . M . W ilson, V . J. Trotter, Chas. T . Duke, M . Y . Pope, E . L .

M cCloy, Cashier;

W.

Bland, J. D . M cCloy.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 863.87
Loans and discounts, unsecured 40,561.61
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 96,602.73
Loans on real esta te........................ 41.204.19
O verdrafts ..........................................
18.38
Other bonds and secu rities......... 46,888.44
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,027.50
Banking house ................................ 4,384.43
Due from reserve banks............... 26,102.51
Checks on other banks.................
159.40
Currency .............................................. 4,697.00
Gold ....................................................... 1,250.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 1.406.43
Total
$266,166.49

MONTICELLO

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, demand.
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Other liabilities ................................

Total

35,000.00
75,000.00
9.714.48
30.000.00
49,313.27
66,770.24
318.50
50.00

$266,166.49

COMMERCIAL LOAN AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated November 29, 1912. Charter No. 396.

O fficers— J. IS. Allen, President; Joe S. Harris, V ice President;
George A . Knox, Cashier.
D irectors— J. L . Allen, G . W . Lambert, Joe S. Harris, Rollie

G . W . Lambert, V ice President;

W ells, E . B. W ells, R . O . Roy,
R . L . Hardy, L . D . McQuiston, J. B. Dishongh, Jack Curry, George A . Knox.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 1,400.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 36,249.04
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 63,354.15
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 35,800.35
Overdrafts .......................................... 2,856.76
Other bonds and secu rities......... 19,645.61
Furniture and fixtures ............... 3,883.00
Other real estate ............................
294.17
Item s in transit ................................ 1,059.25
B ills of exchange ............................
259.95
Cash item s ..........................................
15.00
Due from reserve banks ........... 37,129.63
Checks on other ban ks.................
248.19
Currency ................................................... 5,653.00
Gold .......................................................
755.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
698.03
Total
$209,301.13

MONTICELLO

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, demand.
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Other liabilities ................................

Total

60,000.00
12,603.70
15,000.00
623.28
64,385.80
27,831.25
117.10
28,740.00

$209,301.13

drew co unty bank

Incorporated February 10, 1909. Charter No. 273.

O fficers— L . W . Dillard, President; Jack Curry, V ice President; H . P. Cruce,
A sst. Cashier; S. B. Jaggers, Bookkeeper.
D irectors— H . M . W ilson, E. H . D ozier, W . H . McQuiston, L . W . Dillard,
Kimbro,

Cashier; R . L . Deal,
C . W . Porter, J. W .

Jack Curry, John W . W hite.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 2,193.39
Loans and discounts, unsecured 9,864.92
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 70,005.06
Loans on real e sta te....................... 107,124.05
Overdrafts .......................................... 1,322.24
Other bonds and secu rities___ 27,984.10
Banking house .................................. 3,500.00
Other real estate ............................ 4,500.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 1,035.29
Cash item s ........................................
8.75
D ue from reserve banks ........... 11,203.52
Checks on other banks.................
342.71
Currency ............................................. 3,949.00
Gold .......................................................
480.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 1,342.89
Other resources ................................
3.00
T otal
$244,858.12



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................

T otal

50,000.00
15,000.00
7,857.33
15,000.00
85,988.89
33,288.12
36,943.18
781.40

$244,858.92

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MONTIGELLO

MONTICELLO BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated May 31, 1905. Charter No. 181.

O fficers— C . T . Harris, President; J. G . Williamson, V ice President; R. L . Hyatt, Cashier; James
Jackson, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . M . Anderson, H . M . W ilson, W alter Lambert, J. G . Williamson, C . T . Harris, A . T.
Cotham, John W . White, E . B. McCullough, R. L . Hyatt.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 1,419.83
Loans and discounts, unsecured 48,503.58
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 132,285.53
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 124,940.41
Other bonds and securities......... 24,308.16
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,000.00
Banking house ................................ 3,700.00
Item s in tran sit................................
4.15
Due from reserve banks............. 27,512.93
Checks on other banks.................
46.17
Currency ............................................... 7,050.00
Gold ....................................................... 3,141.00
Silver and fractional coin........... 2,285.63
Total ...................................................$377,197.39

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .......................................$100,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 70,000.00
Undivided profits .............................. 23,522.66
Bills payable .................................... 30,000.00
N otes rediscounted ........................ 4,613.31
Trust funds ...................................... 2,326.84
Individual deposits ........................ 84,159.41
Due to non-reserve b an k s.................................4,645.03
Certificates of deposit, tim e___ 57,610.72
Cashier’s checks ..............................
286.00
Other liabilities ................................
33.42
Total ........................... .......................$377,197.39

MONTROSE

BANK OF MONTROSE
Incorporated December 16, 1910. Charter No. 327.

O fficers— W . T . Cone, President; H . P. Riley, V ice President; S. G . Lockhart,
D irectors— H . P. Riley, W . T . Cone, U . E . Barker, Jas. R. Riley, U . J. Cone.

Cashier.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 890.65
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 17.064.79
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 9,027.62
Other bonds and securities...........
210.50
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,426.15
Banking house ................................ 2,565.00
Due from reserve banks ........... 11,805.09
Currency ...............................................
382.00
Silver and fractional coin .........
649.21
Total .....................................................$ 45,021.01

MORO

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .........•..........................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........

10,000.00
2,000.00
1,038.73
19,000.00
12,077.13
905.15

Total .....................................................$ 45,021.01

BANK OF MORO
Incorporated August 22, 1911. Charter No. 346.

O fficers— A . L . W ilsford, President; W . L . Black, V ice President; O . F . Lacey, Cashier.
D irectors— A . L . Wilsford, W . L . Black, O . F . Lacey, R . R . James, J. L . Taylor.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 1,192.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 9,472.58
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 4,276.06
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,262.51
Banking house ................................ 3,493.04
Other real estate ............................ 1.152.25
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
355.75
Cash item s ..........................................
42.41
Due from reserve banks...............
761.49
Currency ............................................
592.00
Gold .......................................................
25.00
Silver and fractional coin...........
588.36
Other resources ................................
629.05
T otal . ..................................................$ 24,842.50



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Bills payable .....................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................

10,000.00
1,000.00
6.000.00
6,863.87
946.00
32.63

T otal .................................................... $ 24.842.50

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MORRILTON

BANK OF MORRILTON
Incorporated January 20, 1888. Charter No. 7.

O fficers— W illiam Irving, President; R . A . Irving, V ice President; Loid Rainwater,
Stover, A sst. Cashier; Jos. H . Irving, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W illiam Irving, R . A . Irving, W ood Rainwater, Chas. W . Gordon, D r.

Cashier; A . C .
W . L . Presley,

Night Rainwater, Loid Rainwater.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 28,841.52
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 209,y38.63
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 68,496.15
O verdrafts .......................................... 4,157.85
Other bonds and secu rities......... 22,333.83
Furniture and fixtures ................. 6,062.76
Banking house .................................. 2,500.00
Due from reserve banks............... 35.392.47
Checks on other ban ks................. 3,043.46
Currency ............................................... 6,563.00
Gold .......................................................
40.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 2,696.34
Total ...................................................$390,066.01

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 75,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 75,000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 21,443.81
Bills payable ...................................... 50.000.00
Individual deposits .......................... 163,324.45
Certificates of deposit,dem and. 2,147.75
Certificates of deposit, tim e__ 3,150.00

Total ...................................................$390,066.01

MORRILTON

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated February 28, 1901. Charter No. 70.

O fficers— E . E . Mitchell,
O ’ N eil, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— E . E . Mitchell,

President;

A . M . Earl, V ice President;

W.

O . M assy, Cashier;

Jeff

A . M . Earl, W . O . Massy, Jeff O ’ N eil, J. W . Mitchell, J. W . Skipper,

A . J. Stephens.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 20,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 3,500.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 105.434.63
Loans on real e sta te....................... 25,000.00
Overdrafts .......................................... 5,193.53
Other bonds and securities......... 1,608.82
Furniture and fixtures................... 3.135.72
Other real e sta te.............................. 3,000.00
Due from reserve banks...............
587.50
935.05
Checks on other banks ...............
Currency ............................................... 3,881.00
Gold .......................................................
25.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 2,604.47
Total
$174,905.72

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 50,000.00
..........................................................
2 1 ,0 3 4 .2 5
Undivided profits ............................... 1,101.66
Bills payable ....................................... 30,000.00
Savings deposits .............................. 12,000.00
Individual deposits ........................ 57,727.22
Public funds .......................................... 3,042.59

S u r p lu s

Total

$174,905.72

MORRILTON

RAINWATER BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated December 28, 1911. Charter No. 363.

O fficers— Wood Rainwater, President; Cloudy Night Rainwater, Vice President;
Secretary and Treasurer.
D irectors— W ood Rainwater, Cloudy Night Rainwater, Night Rainwater.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 8,395.48
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 94.571.11
Loans on real e sta te....................... 24,331.60
O verdrafts ..........................................
830.87
Other bonds and secu rities.........
162,38
Furniture and fixtures................. 3,567.22
Other real estate ............................ 1,000.00
Cash item s ........................................
953.33
Due from reserve banks ............. 11,471.95
Checks on other banks.................
102.81
Currency ............................................... 2,335.00
Gold ............................................
50.00
234.19
Silver and fractional coin ...........
T otal ....................................................$148,005.94



Night Rainwater,

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 28,625.00
Undivided profits ............................ 5,405.10
Bills payable ..........
20,000.00
Individual deposits ..............
80,350.28
Public funds .................................... 11,816.97
Certificates of deposit,dem and. 1,308.59
Certificates of deposit, tim e__
500.00

T otal .....................................................$148,005.94

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MOUNTAINBURG

BANK OF MOUNTAINBURG
Incorporated February 12, 1912. Charter No. 368.

O fficers— L . S. Stokes, President; C . C . Smith, V ice President; L . L . Stokes, Cashier.
D irectors— L . S. Stokes, C. C . Smith, J. W . Walker, John Dyer, P. F . Simmons, B . F . Sims,

N . R.

Renfroe.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secured__
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and securities...........
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks...............
Currency ..............................................
Silver and fractional coin.............
Total
$

537.02
9,018.49
4,270.50
87.52
38.75
1,013.15
1.806.23
1,110.11
1.504.13
184.03
750.00
440.50
20,760.43

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Undivided profits ..........................
333.25
Individual deposits ......................... 10,360.53
Cashier’s checks ..............................
66.65

? 20,760.43

Total

MOUNTAIN HOME

PEOPLES BANK
Incorporated August 10, 1906. Charter No. 215.

O fficers— H . W . Rodus, President; R . J. Russell, Vice
Jones, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— H . W . Rodus, R . J. Russell, Lon Jones, R .

President;

R . H . Russell, Cashier; Lon

H . Russell.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..?
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Bonds to secure postal savings
Other bonds and securities.........
Furniture and fixtures.................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Cash item s ........................................
Due from reserve banks...............
C h e c k s o n o t h e r b a n k s ...................
Currency ..............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin.............
Other resources ..............................
Total ...................................................?

50,774.31
1,138.75
1.357.63
500.00
2,310.00
1,046.49
158.01
15,870.39
45.00
2,316.00
210.00
391.63
301.52
76,419.73

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Individual deposits .......................
Certificates of deposit, demand.
Certificates of deposit, tim e ....
Cashier’s checks ..............................

5,000.00
2,500.00
64,832.78
90.00
915.00
3,081.95

Total ...................................................? 76,419.73

MOUNTAIN VIEW

FARMERS BANK
Incorporated November 29, 1912. Charter No. 395.

O fficers— H . S. Mabry, President; W . M . Brewer, Vice
D irectors— H . S. Mabry, W . M . Brewer, H . R . Case, J.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 1,301.50
Loans and discounts, unsecured 1,246.60
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 11.954.05
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 1,564.05
Other bonds and securities.........
229.37
Furniture and fixtures................. 1,624.60
Banking house .................................. 2,015.45
Due from reserve banks............. 6,204.74
Checks on other banks.................
64.61
Currency ..............................................
720.00
Gold .......................................................
605.00
Silver and fractional coin.............
257.59
Other resources ................................
158.19
T otal ....................................................? 27,945.75



President; I. W . Rose, Cashier.
R. Case, P. L . Jeffery.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................? 10,000.00
Undivided profits ............................
255.06
Bills payable ...................................... 7,000.00
Individual deposits ........................ 10,690.69

T otal .................................................... ? 27,945.75

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MOUNTAIN VIEW

STONE COUNTY BANK
Incorporated January 26, 1903. Charter No. 111.

O fficers— J. C. Haney, President; J. M . W ebb, Vice President; A . A . Lancoster, Cashier.
D irectors— J. C . Haney, J. W . W ebb, W . H . M iller, G . D. Lancoster, J. L . Lancoster.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, se c u r e d ...$ 33,304.60
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 2,500.00
Other bonds and secu rities.........
138.67
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,331.50
Banking house .................................. 1,630.88
Due from reserve banks............... 12.620.41
Checks on other banks.................
29.30
Currency .............................................. 2,8°3.00
Gold .......................................................
680.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 1,361.74
Total ...................................................$ 56,490.10

MOUNT IDA

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e .__

10,000.00
1,000.00
321.10
23,148.79
15,364.21
6,656.00

Total ...................................................$ 56^490.10

MONTGOMERY COUNTY BANK
Incorporated March 4, 1904. Charter No. 153.

O fficers— G . Cox, President; C . J. Watkins, V ice President; L . L . Beavers, Cashier;
D irectors— G . Cox, C . J. Watkins, L . L . Beavers, T . M . Scott, W . A . Brakefield,

W illiam W atW illiam W at­

kins.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real esta te........................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and securities.........
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house ................................
Other real e sta te..............................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Due from reserve banks.............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
$
Total

MULBERRY

1,926.35
19,958.33
3,722.76
51.55
1.86
1.910.00
1,489.50
1,046.06
15.51
9,764.69
1,805.00
85.00
984.47
42,761.12

David

Total

7,425.00
150.00
1,058.13
3 ,0 0 0 .0 0
19,219.34
10,941.34
967.31

? 42,761.12

BANK OF MULBERRY
Incorporated January 15, 1902. Charter No. 81.

O fficers— D ix Hamm, President; H . A .
Alexander, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— D ix Hamm, H . A . Beneux,
Whitlock,

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
B i l l s p a y a b le ...........................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Cashier’s checks ..............................

T.

Beneux, V ice President; M . C . Alexander, Cashier; J. G .
T . B.

Remy, M . C . Alexander, J. D .

Alexander, J. T .

Bryan.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 5,532.43
Loans and discounts, unsecured 38,544.79
Loans and discoupts, secu red ... 62,192.36
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 4,375.00
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,401.50
Banking house .................................. 2,257.75
Other real e sta te.............................. 3,469.64
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
15.61
Due from reserve banks............... 9,456.51
Checks on other ban ks................. 1,787.38
Currency ............................................... 1,740.00
Gold .......................................................
60.00
542.02
Silver and fractional coin .............
T otal
?131,374.99



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... ?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits .....................
B ills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Other liabilities ..............................

T otal

25,000.00
25,000.00
1,628.11
5,000.00
47,658.22
25,302.32
355.04
1,431.30

?131,374.99

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MULBERRY

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
Incorporated December 7, 1905. Charter No. 200.

O fficers— G . W . Wagner, President; J. M . Farmer,
ace Wagner, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. D . Alexander, W . C . Wisdom, S. B.
E.

Matthews,

Jas.

M.

Farmer,

C.

C.

Vice President; S. B. Hawkins, Cashier; H or­
Hawkins, Bell Jordon, E. B . Whitlock, Chas.

Smith.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 732.62
Loans and discounts, unsecured
655.35
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 69,797.£3
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 2,456.88
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,476.24
Banking house .................................. 3.640.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
622.70
Cash item s ..........................................
3.00
Due from reserve banks............... 22,746.03
Checks on other banks.................
504.84
Currency ............................................... 2,473.00
Gold .......................................................
260.00
Silver and fractional coin...........
239.89
Other resources ................................
50.30
Total ...................................................$106,658.78

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, dem and.
Cashier’s checks ..............................

24,950.00
7,630.52
2,086.83
18,500.00
44.428.16
8,924.18
139.09

Total ...................................................$106,658.78

MURFREESBORO

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
Incorporated July 15, 1912. Charter No. 382.

O fficers— Hanson J. Marks, President; Rosco Brewer, Vice President; D . W . Cornish, V ice
dent; W . W . Womack, Cashier.
D irectors— Rosco Brewer, F . F . Carter, D . W . Cornish, Hanson J. Marks, N . W . McLeod,

Presi­
C . E.

W ilson.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...?
Loans on real e sta te ...... ................
Other bonds and securities.........
Furniture and fixtures...................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks...................
C u r r e n c y .....................................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...........
Total
$

13,881.52
8,552.22
71.20
1,862.60
2,982.77
12.37
3,254.00
160.00
610.00
31,466.68

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ..................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Other liabilities ................................
Total

15,000.00
1,205.98
6,300.18
7,271.71
1,687.81
1.00

$ 31,466.68

MURFREESBORO

PIKE COUNTY BANK
Incorporated December 19, 1904. Charter No. 175.

O fficers— J. C . Pinnix, President; O .
D irectors— J. C . Pinnix, O. B. Owens,

B. Owens, V ice President; W . F . Galloway, Cashier; V . A .
W . F . Galloway, G . W . Talleson, T . F . Alford, C . A . Kelley,

Chas. Kelley, H . T . Brewer.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..?
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .....................
Other bonds and securities ___
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin.............
$
T otal



812.70
41,371.34
21,272.43
190.02
1,278.99
2,500.00
4,208.49
530.80
5,431.38
245.29
3,980.00
632.50
419.46
82,873.40

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
N otes rediscounted ........................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................

T otal

25,000.00
652.25
3,078.84
7.500.00
3,000.00
32,898.10
10,376.81
367.40

? 82,873.40

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NASHVILLE

b a n k o f n a s h v il l e

Incorporated May 3, 1912. Charter No. 372.

O fficers— W . W . Brown, President; J. B. H ill, Vice President; C . W . Dodson,
C . C . Ramsey, Cashier; John W . Logan, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . W . Brown, J. B. H ill, J. R . H ill, C . W . Dodson, C . C . Ramsey.

Vice

President;

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 4,255.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 4,870.10
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 41,875.01
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 9,256.25
O verdrafts ..........................................
984.90
Other bonds and secu rities...........
102.00
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,531.22
Cash item s ..........................................
26.10
Due from reserve banks............... 8,548.35
Checks on other banks...................
206.85
Currency ............................................... 2,837.00
Gold .............................
145.00
Silver and fractional coin .............
797.20
Other resources ................................
79.28
Total ...................................................$ 76,514.26

NASHVILLE

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $
B ills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, dem and.
Cashier’s checks ..............................

25,000.00
25,000.00
25,221.43
1,224.00
68.83

Total ...................................................$ 76,514.26

PLANTERS BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated January 1, 1901. Charter No. 67.

O fficers— W . H . Toland, President; J. H . Wallace, V ice President; George H . Bell,
W . K. Haller, A sst. Cashier; A . H . Hughes, A sst. Cashier; J. M . Power, Secretary.
D irectors— W . H . Toland, George H . Bell, J. F . Price, J. B. H ill, W . H . Norwood, J. H .

Cashier;
Wallace,

J. M . Power, J. N . Rector, J. A . Hughes, S. B. Dildy.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 3,482.42
Loans and discounts, unsecured 13,350.99
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 269,774.55
Loans on real e sta te....................... 73,831.14
Other bonds and securities......... 1,499.02
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,480.00
Banking house .................................. 5,000.00
Other real e sta te .............................. 8,459.31
Due from reserve banks............... 81,874.56
Checks on other banks................. 2,196.75
Currency ............................................... 15,270.00
Gold .......................................................
70.00
Silver and fractional coin............. 3,426.02
Other resources ................................ 11,164.00
Total ...................................................$491,878.76

NETTLETON

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 75,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 15,000.00
Undivided profits .............................. 14,333.64
Bills payable ...................................... 137,500.00
Savings deposits .............................. 58,586.04
Individual deposits .......................... 153,498.18
Public funds ...................................... 28,095.33
Due to non-reserve ban ks...........
711.43
Certificates of deposit, dem and. 7,864.99
Cashier’s checks .............................. 1.289.19
Total ...................................................$491,878.76

bank of nettleton

Incorporated February 13, 1904. Charter No. 150.

O fficers— C . W . Kiech, President; Fred Shauver, Vice President; Henry Kiech, Cashier; L .
Kiech, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— C . W . Kiech, Henry Kiech, M rs. G . V . Nash, Harvey C . Shauver, Fred Shauver.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. .$
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te.......................
O verdrafts ............................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
D ue from reserve ban ks...............
Checks on other ban ks.................
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ..........
Other resources ................................
$
T otal



D.

6,000.00
1.957.21
7,904.60
20.348.33
.51
1,000.00
2,639.52
7,516.82
1,077.04
2,484.00
15.00
762.06
52.00
51,757.09

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
B ills payable ......................................
Dividends unpaid ............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates or deposit, demand.
Cashier’s checks ..............................

T otal

10,000.00
10,000.00
1,301.41
3,500.00
300.00
22,953.53
332.80
3,023.75
345.60

$ 51,757.09

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NEW EDINBURG

BANK OF NEW EDINBURG
Incorporated August 22, 1904. Charter No. 165.

O fficers— J. J. T . Kendrick, Vice President; E. T . Atwood, Cashier; B. G . M osley, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. J. T . Kendrick, W. M . Mosley, Z. Orto, J. O . Vance, C . F. Smith, T . D. Wynn.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red .. .$
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and securities.........
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin.............
Other resources ................................
Total
$

NEWPORT

38,331.18
13,450.90
2.60
378.14
1,400.00
1,400.00
5.995.28
2,445.00
555.00
249.41
287.62
64,495.13

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 12,500.00
Surplus .................................................... 7,703.31
Bills payable .......................................... 4,000.00
Individual deposits ........................ 13,745.34
Public funds ................................
6,229.86
Certificates of deposit, demand. 20,316.62

Total

$ 64,495.13

ARKANSAS BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated December 6, 1902. Charter No. 105.

O fficers— James W . Grubbs, President; Alcorn
G.
Hurt, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. M . Berger, Jr., B . B . Bond, S.

Ferguson, V ice President; Chas. G . Henry, Cashier;

D . Campbell, A . L . Crittenden, R . F . Drummond,
W . W . Dutton, Alcorn Ferguson, James W . Grubbs, Marvin Hare, Chas. G . Henry, C . J. Saenger.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 6,410.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 132,857.52
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 177,732.96
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 44,565.51
O verdrafts .......................................... 2,690.24
Other bonds and securities......... 11,081.19
Item s in tran sit................................ 1,244.35
Cash item s ........................................ 2,327.89
Due from reserve banks............... 68,996.52
Checks on other banks.................
545.20
Currency ............................................... 22,696.00
Gold ....................................................... 6,000.00
Silver and fractional coin ............. 1,881.60
Total
$479,028.98

NEWPORT

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .....................................$100,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 5,000.00
Undivided profits .............................. 10,341.10
Individual deposits .......................... 342,709.22
Public funds ...................................... 11,765.27
Due to non-reserve b an k s........... 1,040.39
Certificates of deposit,dem and. 8,173.00

Total

$479,028.98

FARMERS BANK
' Incorporated October 22, 1908. Charter No. 264.

O fficers— William N . Dunaway, President;
D irectors— J. L . Bevens. W . B. Chastain,

O . E . Jones, Vice President; W . W . Dunaway, Cashier.
W illiam N . Dunaway, W . W . Dunaway, J. R . Holden,

Gustave Jones, O . E . Jones.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 5.673.50
Loans and discounts, unsecured 17,972.63
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 142,930.72
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 22,978.51
Overdrafts ..........................................
840.14
Other bonds and securities........... 2,332.40
Furniture and fixtures................... 3.654.80
Item s in transit ..............................
198.14
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
553.48
Due from reserve banks............... 22,235.20
Checks on other banks.................
279.44
Currency ............................................... 3,545.00
Gold .......................................................
200.00
Silver and fractional coin ............. 1,223.41
T otal
$224,617.37



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, demand.
Certificates of deposit, tim e__
Cashier’s checks ..............................

T otal

50,000.00
8,000.00
2,754.99
30,000.00
80,257.43
47,679.81
436.53
3,516.17
1,972.44

$224,617.37

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NIMMONS

BANK OF NIMMONS
Incorporated June 18, 1910. Charter No. 312.

O fficers— Lawrence V .
Cashier.
D irectors— Lawrence V .

Huber,

President;

R . C . William s,

V ice President;

Chas.

H . Williams,

Huber, R . C . W illiam s, Chas. H . W illiam s.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real esta te.......................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Other real estate ..............................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Due from reserve ban k s...........
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ...............................................
Silver and fractional coin .............
Total ...................................................$

NORFORK
O fficers— S. J.
DIRECTORS— W .

765.32
7,550.06
1,740.26
800.00
1,000.00
200.00
613.41
1,661.04
297.89
272.00
335.98
15,235.96

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 5,000.00
Surplus .................................................
250.00
Undivided profits ............................
382.18
Bills payable .................................... 5,000.00
Individual deposits .......................... 4,296.39
Public funds ......................................
193.64
113.75
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total ...................................................? 15,235.96

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated March 3, 1913. Charter No. 413.

Hutcheson, President; W . M . Hogan, V ice President; Stella Hutcheson, Cashier.
M . Hogan, C . A . Blevins, S. J. Hutcheson, John M . Arnold, S. L . Guthrie.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...?
O verdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house ..................................
Due from reserve banks.................
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...............
Other resources ..............................
Total
?

OKOLONA

LIABILITIES.
4,808.58 Capital stock ..................... .............. ?
495.99 Individual deposits ...........................
1,274.25 Other liabilities .................................
1.312.22
2,001.11
369.00
105.00
8.63
1,274.74
11,649.52
Total
?

5,000.00
5,466.57
1.182.95

11,649.52

BANK OF OKOLONA
Incorporated August 25, 1902. Charter No. 96.

O fficers— J. J. Young, President;
Ross, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . A . Buchanan, Jock B.

W.

W eir,

V ice

President;

Ernest

Tate,

Cashier;

Neill

Ross, Ernest Tate, W . H . W eir, J. J. Young.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..?
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secured__
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Overdrafts ..................
Other bonds and securities...........
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ................................
Other real e sta te ................................
Bills of exchange ............................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin .............
Other resources ................................
T otal .................................................... ?



H.

4,152.33
9,844.04
45,172.29
12,591.24
258.92
522.33
2,600.00
1,894.75
135.25
754.78
1,679.90
45.00
8,504.12
2,800.00
' 95.00
799.48
1,095.57
92,945.00

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, dem and.
Cashier’s checks ..............................

12,500.00
7,500.00
30,000.00
28,386.94
14,401.80
156.26

T otal .....................................................? 92,945.00

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OLA

BANK OF OLA
Incorporated June 25, 1900. Charter No. 59.

O fficers— O . J. Harkey, President; W . H . Rankin, Vice President; H . V . George,
Norman, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— O . J. Harkey, W . H . Rankin, A . James, J. N . George, K. A . Norman,

Cashier; J. P.
O . N . Harkey,

Lamar Walker, R. L. Harkey.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 7,378.71
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 42,563.41
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 6,133.31
Overdrafts .......................................... 1,730.54
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,500.00
Banking house .................................. 5,000.00
Cash item s ........................................
65.87
Due from reserve banks............... 6,967.06
Checks on other banks.................
123.79
Currency ............................................... 1,812.00
Gold .......................................................
155.00
608.30
Silver and fractional coin...........
Total .................................................. $ 74,037.99

OLVEY

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, demand.
Cashier’s checks ..............................

30,000.00
10,000.00
2,854.87
22,407.85
3,320.56
5,445.31
9.40

Total ...................................................? 74,037.99

FARMERS BANK
Incorporated October 7, 1912. Charter No. 389.

O fficers— F . E. Patrick, President; D . N .
D irectors— F . E . Patrick, D. N . Fulbright,

Fulbright, Vice President; M rs. F . E . Patrick, Cashier.
M rs. F . E . Patrick.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...?
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Other real e sta te ................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Currency ..............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Total
?

OMAHA

5,992.51
1,528.09
2,205.79
118.30
1,730.14
1,420.00
85.00
337.76
13,417.59

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................? 8,200.00
U ndivided, profits ............................
175.62
Individual deposits ....................... 3,791.97
Due to reserve banks ................. 1,000.00
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
250.00
Total

? 13,417.59

BANK OF OMAHA
Incorporated September 19, 1907. Charter No. 245.

O fficers— J. H . Middleton, President; T . L . Richesin, V ice
Guier, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. H . Middleton, T . L . Richesin, Frank Andrews,

N . M . Ware, J. B. Guier.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..?
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .....................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Due from reserve banks.............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .........................
Silver and fractional coin .............
T otal ....................................................?



President; J. B. Guier, Cashier; Ada

5,397.00
4,106.23
9,863.95
5,223.49
828.50
984.65
2,729.51
715.00
340.00
514.04
30,702.37

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock '....................................?
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Dividends Unpaid ............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Cashier’s checks ..............................

10,000.00
1,790.25
3,800.00
59.50
15,008.28
44.34

Total ....................................................? 30,702.37

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OSCEOLA

b a n k o f o sc eo la

Incorporated September 7, 1891. Charter No. 27.

O fficers— W . P. Hale, President; J. W . Quinn, V ice
D irectors— W . P. Hale, F . B. Hale, E . E . Driver, J.

President; E . E . Driver, Cashier; Emma Cox,
W . Quinn, C . H . Gaylord.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

LIABILITIES.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 3,282.09 Capital stock ....................................$ 25,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 21,482.08 Surplus .................................................... 5,999.52
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 82,870.67 Undivided profits ............................... 2,282.79
Loans on real e sta te....................... 36,213.67 Bills payabie .................................... 37.500.00
118,772.10
O verdrafts ........................................... 4,749.24 Individual deposits ..........
Other bonds and secu rities......... 3.164.22 Public funds ...................................... 26,110.22
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,397.72 Certificates of deposit, tim e ... 8,893.70
Banking house ................................ 24.793.59 Certificates for m oney borrowed 40,000.00
Other real estate ......................... 18,474.02
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 5,000.00
Cash item s ..........................................
250.00
Due from reserve ban ks............. 54,852.06
Checks on other ban ks.................
171.22
Currency ..............................................
644.00
Gold .......................................................
120.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 2,893.75
Other resources .............................. 3,200.00
Total
$264,558.33
Total .................................................. $264,558.33

OSCEOLA

CITIZENS BANK OF OSCEOLA
Incorporated November 25, 1901. Charter No. 79.

O fficers— J. W . Rhodes, President; G . R . Brickey, V ice President; C . L .
Herbert Bryant, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. W . Rhodes, G . R . Brickey, R . C . Rose, C . L . M oore, Jr.,
Driver,

M oore, Jr., Cashier;
Si L . Gladish, W . J.

Harry Weinberg.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
LIABILITIES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 10,585.50 Capital stock ....................................$ 25.000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 96,106.01 Surplus ................................................. 16,574.51
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 17,762.25 Undivided profits ............................ 64121.20
811.75 Savings deposits .............................. 2,972.88
Loans on real e sta te.......................
Other bonds and secu rities......... 1,209.47 Dividends unpaid ............................
71.00
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,862.85 Individual deposits ........................ 103,669.37
Banking house .................................. 7,500.00 Public funds ...................................... 16,034.65
Other real e sta te.............................. 3,171.00 Certificates of deposit, tim e ... 7,367.25
Due from non-reserve b an k s.. 4.549.10 Certificates for m oney borrowed 30,000.00
Cash item s ........................................
379.15 Other liabilities ...............................
69.99
Due from reserve banks............. 57,315.41
167.53
Checks on other banks...................
Currency ............................................... 4,587.00
Gold ....................................................... . 300.00
Silver and fractional coin............. 1,573.83
Total
$207,880.85
Total
$207,880.85

OUACHITA

OUACHITA BANK
Incorporated December 19, 1913. Charter No. —.

O fficers— R . J. Taylor, President; J.
J. D . Knight, Cashier.
D irectors— A . H . Daws, B. C . Powell,

N . Butler, V ice President; J. T . Gaston, V ice President;
Leo Berg, C . S. Early, W . A . Knight.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, se c u r e d ...$ 10,124.85
Loans on real e sta te....................... 3,818.57
O verdrafts ..........................................
88.62
Furniture and fixtures .................
389.23
Banking house .................................. 1,500.00
Due from reserve ban ks............... 3,567.62
Checks on other banks...................
47.55
Currency ............................................... 1,355.00
Gold .......................................................
20.00
Silver and fractional coin .............
50.08
Other resources ................................
153.85
T otal
$ 21,115.37



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, dem and.
Certificates of deposit, tim e ...
Other liabilities ................................

T otal

10,000.00
3,000.00
6,272.19
465.66
1,376.00
1.52

$ 21,115.37

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OZAN

BANK OF OZAN
Incorporated May 5, 1903. Charter No. 126.

O fficers— F . D . Barrow, President; Dr. W . F. Robins, Vice President; B. A . Barrow,
D irectors— F . D . Barrow, Jesse N . Riley, J. D . Barrow, W . F. Robins, B. A . Barrow.

Cashier.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and s e c u r itie s .....
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Due from reserve banks.............
Currency ..............................................
Gold .5 ...................................................
Silver and fractional coin.............
Total
?

OZARK

1,000.00
37,499.27
5*000.00
44.21
71.00
1,525.00
2,500.00
5,550.47
1,148.00
60.00
473.23
54,871.18

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 2,192.27
Bills payable .................................... 16,500.00
Individual deposits ........................ 24,997.80
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
377.20
Cashier’s checks .............................. • 803.91

Total

? 54,871.18

ARKANSAS VALLEY BANK
Incorporated November 18, 1889. Charter No. 14.

O fficers— E . W . Blackburn, President; R . M . Adams, Vice
T . C . Moore, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— E . W . Blackburn, R . M . Adams, John E . Bryan,

President;

John E . Bryan, Cashier;

W . C . Bill, John T . Donnell, Walter

C . Maxey, W . M . Quaile.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 8,986.78
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 87,810.01
Loans on real e sta te ...................... 21,902.25
Overdrafts ..........................................
137.04
Other bonds and securities......... 5,747.92
Furniture and fixtures................. 1,200.00
Banking house .................................. 6,500.00
Other real e sta te ................................ 354.16
Bills of exchange..............................
500.00
Due from non-reserve ban ks__ 9,174.93
Cash item s ..........................................
80.86
Due from reserve banks............... 17,305.37
Checks on other banks.................
19.77
Currency ............................................... 2,500.00
Gold .....................................
75.00
Silver and fractional coin .............
563.25
?162,957.34
Total

OZARK
O fficers— M .

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ................................... ?
Surplus ................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits .......................
Public funds ......................... ..........
Certificates of deposit, demand.

?162,957.34

Total

PEOPLES BANK
Incorporated August 10, 1904. Charter No. 163.

B. Conatser, President; L . L . Ford, Vice President; Harley Russell, Cashier; F . E .
A sst. Cashier.
Conatser, L . L . Ford, W ill H ill, George W . Russell,
C . Carter, E .
Hall,
Russell.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

Stockton,

D irectors-—M . B.
Harley

50,000.00
5.000. 00
6,219.93
5.000. 00
46,486.75
37*544.74
12,705.92

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 25,281.93
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 75,025.80
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 10,963.82
Other bonds and securities......... 4,744.27
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,200.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
2.18
Cash item s ..........................................
71.55
Due from reserve banks............. 12.743.10
Checks on other banks.................
110.55
Currency .............................................. 3,268.00
Gold .......................................................
40.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
523.54
Other resources ................................ 14,730.32
?149,705.06
T otal



J.

D.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................? 25,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 8.000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 8,644.87
Bills payable ......................................... 26.000.00
Individual deposits .......................... 60,498.22
Public funds ...................................... 1,311.97
Certificates of deposit, tim e___ 20,250.00

T otal

?149,705.06

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PALESTINE

BANK OF PALESTINE*
Incorporated March 7, 1906. Charter No. 205.

O fficers— C . M . Wilkinson,
Cashier.
D irectors— Ocie Walker, C .

President;

M rs.

C . M . Wilkinson, Vice President;

C . R . Garison,

M . Wilkinson, M rs. C . M . Wilkinson.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, se c u r e d ...$ 5,017.92
734.65
Loans on real esta te.......................
657.40
O verdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures.................
600.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 3,587.75
Due from reserve banks............. 4,421.75
Currency ..............................................
245.00
Gold .......................................................
590.85
n Other resources ................................
116.82
Total ...................................................$ 15,972.14

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 7,500.00
Surplus ................................................. 2,500.00
Savings deposits ..............................
650.00
Individual deposits ........................ 5,013.05
309.09
Public funds ....................................
Total ....................................................$ 15,972.14

♦Closed December 7, 1914; voluntary liquidation.

PANGBURN

PANGBURN STATE BANK
Incorporated September 18, 1911. Charter No. 350.

O fficers— Harry Churchill, President; Chas. McKee, Vice President; R.
dent; R . I. Blackshare, Cashier.
D irectors— Harry Churchill, Chas. McKee, W . D . Ellis, J. P. Pickens,

I. Blackshare, V ice Presi­
R . I. Blackshare.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 1,000.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 26,343.17
Loans on real esta te ....................... 5.740.00
Furniture and fixtures................. 2^287.57
Banking house .................................. 4,551.75
Cash item s ........................................
747.51
Due from reserve banks............... 6,306.17
Checks on other banks.................
813.50
Currency ..............................................
215.00
Gold .......................................................
40.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
492.45
Total ...................................................$ 48,617.12

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Undivided profits ............................
231.73
Bills payable ...................................... 9,000.00
Individual deposits ........................ 25.344.06
Due to non-reserve b an k s...........
133.00
Certificates of deposit,tim e ... 3,715.00
Cashier’s checks ..............................
193.33

Total ...................................................$ 48,617.12

PARAGOULD

PARAGOULD TRUST CO.
Incorporated November 29, 1905. Charter No. 196.

O fficers— F . M . Scott, President; Jos. R . Bertig, First Vice President; J. A . Edwards, Second Vice
President; J. C. Markham, Cashier; T . H . Lloyd, A sst. Cashier.
Directors— F. M . Scott, A . Bertig, J. M . Futrell, J. A . Edwards, S. Bertig, H . J. Green, Jos. S.
Mueller, Jos. R. Bertig, G . H . Powell, J. C . Markham, R . P. Taylor.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 28,926.18
Loans and discounts, unsecured 56,051.12
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 65,199.94
Loans on real e sta te....................... 53,461.91
O verdrafts .......................................... 4,678.47
Other bond's and secu rities......... 5,133.03
Furniture and fixtures................. 14,304.49
Banking house .................................. 20,868.42
Cash item s ..........................................
122.28
D ue from reserve banks............. 21,350.88
Checks on other banks................. 10.913.18
Currency ............................................... 13,310.00
Gold .......................................................
15.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 1,689.53
Other resources .............*................ 3,304.89
T otal .................................................... $299,705.26



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ......................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Due to non-reserve b an k s...........
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Certified checks ..............
Cashier’s checks ..............................

50,000.00
17,000.00
1,830.73
25,000.00
15,699.15
99,022.61
64,726.04
766.44
12,359.29
13,000.00
301.00

T otal .................................................... $299,705.26

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PARAGOULD

SECURITY BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated July 27, 1906. Charter No. 213.

O fficers— A . A . Knox, President; R .
A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— A . A . Knox, R . J. Haley,

J. Haley, Vice President; G . O . Tight, Cashier; W . O . Poole,
G . O . Tight, W . O . Poole, W . R . Owens, Joe A . W hite, J. F .

Montgomery.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 2,637.50
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 135,288.42
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 77,544.87
O verdrafts ..........................................
266.22
Other bonds and securities......... 1,814.02
Furniture and fixtures ................. 4,500.00
Banking house ................................ 9,261.63
Other real e sta te .............................. 15,948.28
Cash item s ..........................................
86.97
Due from reserve banks............... 16,504.35
Checks on other banks.................
920.57
Currency ............................................... 2,890.00
Gold ....................................................... 1,305.00
Silver and fractional coin .............
452.69
Other resources ................................
330.95
$269,751.47
Total

L IA B IL IT IE S .

Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits .....................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits .......................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ....
Certified checks ................................

Total

67,200.00
19.000. 00
332.60
34.000. 00
41,516.25
23,604.64
84,065.04
32.94

$269,751.47

PARALOMA

BANK OF PARALOMA
Incorporated January 22, 1909. Charter No. 271.

O fficers— C . W . Dodson, President; A . C . Ramsey, Vice President;
A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. H . Wallace, W . H . Cannon, W . H . Toland, George

J. D . Moore, Cashier; O . Kolb,
H . Bell, A . C . Ramsey, C . W .

Dodson, J. D . Moore.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real esta te........................
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house ..................................
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve banks.............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ..............................................
Gold ......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...........
$
Total

PARIS

1,186.84
25,176.72
3,980.00
1,235.00
2,500.00
231.00
3,211.12
489.54
930.00
220.00
381.80
39,542.02

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .................................... 7,500.00
750.00
Surplus ................................................
172.12
Undivided profits .........................
B ills payable ...................................... 16.500.00
Individual deposits .......................... 13,269.51
231.80
P u b lic fu n d s ...........................................
700.00
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
418.59
Cashier’s checks ..............................
$ 39,542.02

Total

BANK OF PARIS
Incorporated August 31, 1891. Charter No. 26.

O fficers— L . B. Crenshaw, President; Conrad Elsken, Vice
Lewis C . Sadler, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors— L . B. Crenshaw, Conrad Elsken, George M . Zeller,

President;

W.

R . Cherry,

Cashier;

R . C . Parker, H . A . McKelvy, H . M .

Johns, W . M . Quaile.
Statement of October 31,. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 3,000.00
Loan^ and discounts, secu red ... 190,155.10
Loans on real e sta te....................... 10,000.00
Overdrafts ..........................................
26.15
Other bonds and securities......... 1,170.85
Furniture and fixtures ............... 1,700.00
Banking house .................................. 2,500.00
Other real estate ............................
100.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
30q.27
Cash item s ........................................ 9.206.67
Due from reserve banks............. 61,453.08
T otal
$279,621.12



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................? 75,975.00
Surplus ................................................. 18.000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 13,123.64
Individual deposits .......................... 125,011.22
Public funds ......................................
10.45
Due to non-reserve b an k s............ 16,139.12
Certificates of deposit, tim e____ 30,935.67
Cashier’s checks ..............................
426.02
Total

$279,621.12

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GERMAN-AMERICAN BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated April 6, 1911. Charter No. 337.

O fficers— J. J. Smith, President; W . G . Rhyne, V ice President; W . C . Roady, Cashier; Chas.
Wahl, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. J. Smith, W . B. Rhyne, John D . Deen, A . M . Smith, A b el Nehase, A . C . Johns, R .

F.
A.

Harkins, J. R . Smith, Chas. F . W ahl.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 12,536.78
Loans and discounts, unsecured 3,565.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 74,094.00
Loans on real e sta te....................... 2,800.00
33.88
O verdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and secu rities.........
426.45
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,888.33
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 10,000.00
Cash item s ..........................................
3.00
Due from reserve banks............... 11,533.70
469.35
Checks on other banks...................
Currency .............................................. 2,187.00
Gold .......................................................
410.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
816.63
Other resources ..................
4,027.16
Total
$124,791.28

PARKDALE

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $
Surplus .................................................
Bills payable ......................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Dividends unpaid ..........................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ............................' .....
Certificates of deposit, dem and.
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Other liabilities ................................

Total

51,425.00
514.91
10,000.00
4,799.34
84.00
26,478.61
22,729.22
4,367.96
526.11
3,866.13

$124,791.28

BANK OF PARKDALE
Incorporated February 1, 1910. Charter No. 298.

O fficers— R . G . Williams,
D irectors— E . D . Gregory,

President; E . D . Gregory, Vice President; W . W . M orris.
J. S. O ’Neal, R . G . William s.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..?
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te.......................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Due from reserve ban ks.............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin .............
Total
$

PARKIN

500.00
7,315.28
23,384.18
20,483.63
.05
1,500.00
3,882.57
2,104.19
17.00
241.00
827.15
60,255.05

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
D ividends u n p a id ..............................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Total

15,000.00
7,250.00
2,047.71
25,000.00
8,922.77
2.000.00
34.57

$ 60,255.05

PARKIN HOME BANK
Incorporated December 17, 1909. Charter No. 294.

O fficers— I. R . Dye, President; E . W . Walker, V ice
D irectors— I . R . Dye, E . W . Walker, F . D . Rolfe, W .

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...?
O verdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Other real e sta te ..............................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ...............................................
Silver and fractional coin...........
?
T otal



President; E . R . Blair, Cashier.
M . Smith, D . S. Watrous, E . R . Blair.

34,708.16
115.00
1,928.93
2,820.00
2.000.35
2,603.91
1,434.37
924.00
1,124.93
47,659.65

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... ? 10,000.00
Undivided profits ............................
446.48
Bills payable ...................................... 6,000.00
Individual deposits .......................... 31.213.17

T otal

? 47,659.65

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PEACH ORCHARD

PEOPLES BANK
Incorporated October 24, 1910. Charter No. 322.

O fficers— John C . Baker, President; W . F . Harris, V ice President; Thos. E . Baker, Cashier;
Baker, A sst. Cashier.
Directors— John C . Baker, W . F. Harris, Thos. E. Baker, A be Brown, S. P. Lindsey.

R . J.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...? 12,717.£3
625.09
U. S. bonds ........................................
Other bonds and securities.........
41.40
Furniture and fixtures...................
992.67
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
339.87
Due from reserve banks............... 3,960.01
Checks on other ban ks.................
155.22
Currency ...............................................
531.00
Gold .......................................................
225.00
131.17
Silver and fractional coin.............
? 19,719.36
Total

PEA RIDGE

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... 6.500.00
Undivided profits ..............................
906.83
Bills payable ...................................... 1,500.00
Individual deposits .......................... 10,240.62
Cashier’s checks ..............
571.91

$ 19,719.36

Total

BANK OF PEA RIDGE
Incorporated May 6, 1911. Charter No. 339.

O fficers— W . T . Patterson, President; G . C .
W . T . Patterson, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . T . Patterson, G . C. Laughlin, J.

Laughlin, Vice President; J. M . Putman, Cashier;
M . Putman.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 9,251.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 38,517.74
Loans on real e sta te .......................
350.00
O verdrafts ..........................................
68.66
Other bonds and securities.........
129.50
Furniture and fixtures................. 1,515.00
Banking house .................................. 1,100.00
Due from reserve banks............... 3,414.69
Checks on other ban ks................. 1,801.90
Currency ...............................................
645.00
Gold .......................................................
320.00
Silver and fractional coin...........
687.91
Other resources .............................
20.32 *
Total ...................................................? 57,821.72

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___

10,000.00
500.00
1,246.09
6,500.00
30,137.88
9,437.75

Total ...................................................? 57,821.72

PERRYVILLE

BANK OF PERRYVILLE
Incorporated October 2, 1906. Charter No. 218.

O fficers— G . B. Colvin, President; John L . H ill, V ice President;
D irectors— G . B. Colvin, John L. H ill, E . Egbert Raaki.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..?
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .....................
Ovredrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and securities.........
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ................................
Other real e sta te ..............................
Cash item s ........................................
Due from reserve banks.............
Currency ...............................................
Silver and fractional coin.............
Other resources ................................
T otal
?



E. Egbert Raaki, Cashier.

1,493.54
2,679.75
14,498.45
71.00
1,792.89
7,093.01
1,370.00
400.00
600.00
90.15
242.64
456.00
417.68
3.58
31,208.69

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Bills payable ..........
N otes rediscounted .......................
Individual deposits ..........................
Due to non-reserve b an k s...........
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Certificates for m oney borrowed

T otal

5,000.00
6,500.00
1,463.08
8,254.61
4,000.00
491.00
5,500.00

? 31,208.69

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CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated April 15, 1907. Charter No. 231.

O fficers— Chas. E. Crawford,
D irectors— F. R. W ood, J. H .

President; J. H . Phipps, Vice President; Grace Crawford, Cashier.
Phipps, J. M . Bryant, W . B. W ood, Chas. E . Crawford.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and securities . . . .
Furniture and fixtures ...............
Banking house ..................................
Other real estate ..............................
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other ban ks.................
Currency ..............................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Other resources ................................
Total

PIGGOTT

7,590.32
18,323.55
4,141.25
203.84
1.50
1,600.00
1.600.00
3,090.00
31.48
7,062.76
1,330.68
1,461.00
216.66
388.72
47,121.76

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Surplus .................................................
278.88
Undivided profits ............................
708.33
Individual deposits .......................... 22,537.60
Certificates of deposit, t im e .... 13,596.95

Total

47,121.76

BANK OF PIGGOTT
Incorporated May 11, 1905. Charter No. 178.

O fficers— J. P. Potter, President; L . Hunter, V ice President; J. K. Browning, Cashier;
Winton, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. P. Potter, E . Williams, T . L . Davis, V . E . Jewell, L . Hunter, J. L . Sarver,

E. R .
J. M .

Turner.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 1,466.84
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 101,718.74
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 5,622.97
O verdrafts ..........................................
97.40
Other bonds and secu rities......... 5,225.68
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,500.00
Banking house .................................. 5,000.00
Other real esta te..............................
350.00
Due from reserve ban ks............... 16,875.35
Checks on other banks.................
227.02
Currency ............................................... 10,003.00
Gold .......................................................
962.50
Silver and fractional coin .............
364.09
Total
?149,413.59

PIGGOTT

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .................................... ?
Undivided profits ..........................
Bills payable ......................................
In d iv id u a l d e p o s its .............................
Public funds ......................................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Certificates of deposit, tim e ....
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

25,000.00
9.11
15,000.00
52,388.93
41,780.20
1,029.49
13.148.61
155.36

?149,413.59

CLAY COUNTY BANK
Incorporated May 4, 1897. Charter No. 43.

O fficers— H . W . Moore, President; J. M .
Moore, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors-—H . W . Moore, J. W . M yers, L .

Myers, Vice President; O . H . Parrish, Cashier; H . S.
Hubbard, John W . Lentz, E . Marshall, Frank W eldin.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 1,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 51,788.09
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 11,202.95
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 13.300.10
O verdrafts ..........................................
27.73
Other bonds and secu rities......... 1,456.78
Furniture and fixtures................... 3,302.00
Banking house .................................. 5,000.00
. Other real esta te............................ 3,027.65
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
8.34
Cash item s ........................................
6.09
Due from reserve banks............. 14,529.18
Currency .............................................. 1,430.00
Gold .......................................................
180.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 1,082.01
T otal
?107,340.12



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................? 25,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 5.000.00
Undivided profits ............................
390.77
Bills payable ...................................... 15,000.00
Trust funds ........................................
14.26
Individual deposits ........................ 35,716.39
Public funds ....................................... 9,234.88
Due to non-reserve ban ks........... 1,601.21
Certificates of deposit,t im e .... 15.266.40
Other liabilities ................................
117.01

T otal

?107,340.92

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PINE BLUFF

c it i z e n s b a n k

Incorporated December 24, 1886. Charter No. 40.

O fficers— John B. Speers, President; George L . Madding, Vice
dent; M . E. Bloom, Cashier; R. L. Byrd, A sst. Cashier.
Directors—D. M . Bluthenthal, P. P. Byrd, Fred Fox, George

President; R . M . Knox, Vice Presi­

L . Madding, R. M . Knox, John B.
Speers, M . E . Bloom, J. C. Bain, George W . Lambert, E. R . Willeford.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 83,284.74
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 662,148.04
Loans on; real estate ..................... 49,408.33
Overdrafts ............................................ 139,902.98
Other bonds and se c u r itie s......... 4,824.83
Furniture and fix tu r e s................... 7,328.70
Banking house .................................. 256,568.01
Other real estate ............................ 24,627.68
Item s in transit ................................ 7,566.61
Due from non-reserve b a n k s __ 4,510.87
Cash item s .......................................... 4,436.44
Due from reserve banks............. 181.782.98
Checks on other b a n k s ................. 20,312.00
Currency .....................................
52,651.00
Gold ....................................................... .
542.50
Silver and fractional c o in ........... 9,888.06
Total ................................................ $1,509,783.77

PINE BLUFF

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................?300,000.00
Surplus ................................................... 50,000.00
Undivided profits .............................. 109,556.79
Bills payable ...................................... 320,000.00
N otes rediscounted ......................... 25,000.00
Savings deposits .............................. 13,754.57
Dividends unpaid ............................
15.00
Individual deposits ......................... 383,509.93
Public fu n d s ........................................ 22,304.32
Due to non-reserve ban ks........... 93,476.50
Due to reserve banks ................... 5,686.00
Certificates of deposit, tim e___ 127,758.14
Certificates for m oney borrowed 25,000.00
Cashier’s checks ..............................
5.00
Other liabilities ................................ 33,717.52
Total ............................................... $1,509,783.77

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COTTON BELT SAVINGS AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated June 5, 1895. Charter No. 34.

O fficers— J. E . Boyce, President; R . M . Galbraith, Vice
Hogg, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. E . Boyce, C. H . Bolinger, F . P. Bridge,

President; C . H . Bolinger, Cashier; Harvey
Fred Fox, Ben B . W eil, R . M . Galbraith,

Harvey Hogg, A . W . Troupe, J. W . Crawford.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 2,482.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 36,561.24
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 267,882.72
Loans on real estate ..................... 132,455.64
Overdrafts ..........................................
21.03
Other bonds and se c u r itie s ......... 39,686.24
Furniture and fixtures ................. 23,539.98
Other real estate .............................. 15,814.43
Cash item s ..........................................
509.31
Due from reserve banks ............. 32,909.76
Checks on other b a n k s ................. 5,348.73
Currency ............................................... 20,671.00
Gold ......................................................... 1,000.00
Silver and fractional c o in ........... 4,564.46
Other resources ................................ 7,500.00
Total ...................................................$590,946.54

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .......................................$100,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 20,000.00
Undivided profits .............................. 27,451.27
Bills payable ...................................... 70,000.00
Savings deposits .............................. 111,559.45
Trust funds ........................................ 3.076.36
Individual deposits ......................... 153,830.65
Public funds ...................................... 66,211.89
Certificates of deposit, tim e . . . . 36,667.08
Certified checks ................................
500.00
Cashier’s c h e c k s ................................
128.17
Reserved for taxes .......................... 1,521.67
Total ....................................................$590,946.54

PINE B L U F F ------------------------

MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK
Incorporated November 25, 1876. Charter No. 1.

O fficers— S. C . Alexander, President; W .
Directors— W . E. Collier, J. S. Ingram, J.

L . Dewoody, Vice President; A . D . Foster, Cashier.
W . Wilkins, J. W . Jones, W . L . Dewoody, S. C . Alexan­
der, D . L . Franklin, Clifton Howell, A . D . Foster.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. . .$314,858.24
Loans and discounts, unsecured 229,830.82
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 480,857.49
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 65,060.28
Overdrafts .......................................... 1,126.15
Other bonds and se c u r itie s......... 14,173.76
Furniture and fixtures .................
1.00
Banking house .................................. 14,000.00
Item s in transit ................................ 17,356.62
Cash item s ..........................................
957.45
Due from reserve b a n k s ............... 222,883.63
Checks on other b a n k s ................. 14,147.87
Currency .............................................. 37,535.00
Gold .......................................................
770.00
Silver and fractional coin ......... 15,724.63
T otal
$1,429,282.94



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .......................................$175,000.00
Surplus ................................................... 175,000.00
24,448.02
Undivided profits ................
Bills payable ...................................... 250,000.00
Savings deposits .............................. 46,860.75
Individual deposits .......................... 453.395.77
Public funds ...................................... 30401.62
Due to non-reserve b a n k s ........... 76,618.62
Certificates of deposit,dem and..
536.04
Certificates of deposit, t i m e ____ 191,937.13
Certified checks ................................
900.00
Cashier’s checks .............................. 1,401.66
Other liabilities ................................ 3,083.33
T otal

$1,429,282.94

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PINE BLUFF

PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated February 4, 1903. Charter No. 119.

O fficers— J. H . Mann, President; J.
Treasurer; V . B. Alexander, A sst.
D irectors— J. H . Mann, J. E . Isbell,

A . Clement, V ice President; H . B. Strange, Secretary and
Secretary.
W . C . Crittenden, J. A . Clement, Leo M . Andrews, E . A .

Howell, H . B. Strange.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and.-$ 14,898.52
Loans and discounts, unsecured 106,164.03
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 269.749.75
Loans on real estate ............
122,958.88
O verdrafts ..........................................
17.31
Other bonds and securities___ 5,571.09
Furniture and fixtures ................. 7,803.30
Other real estate .............................. 17,602.58
Item s in transit ................................ 2,134.93
Cash item s ......................... .'..............
340.02
Due from reserve banks ............. 74,383.25
Checks on other banks ............... 6,420.07
Currency .............................................. 15,070.00
Gold ......................................................... 3,535.00
Silver and fractional c o in ........... 3,080.80
Other resources ................................ 6,094.72
Total .............................................. .'.‘$655,824.25

PLAINVIEW

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .....................................$100,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 20,000.00
Undivided profits .............................. 6.891.60
B ills payable .................................... 170,000.00
Savings deposits .............................. 24,509.76
Individual deposits ......................... 278,869.58
Public funds ...................................... 9,092.87
Certificates of deposit, tim e......... 42,022.03
Certified checks ................................ 1,450.00
Cashier’s checks ..............................
89.10
Other liabilities ................................ 2,899.31

Total .........'........................................ $655,824.25

BANK OF PLAINVIEW
Incorporated May 31, 1907. Charter No. 236.

O fficers— R . T . Compton, President; Dr. H . L . Montgomery, V ice President;
Cashier; B. William s, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— R . T . Compton, J. I. Cowger, W . H . M cCall, Seth W . Lofland, W . B .

W.

T.

Blount,

Clement, W . H .

Norman, W . T . W . Brooke, O . J. Harkey, B. W illiam s, W . T . Blount.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

R ESO U RC ES.

Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 3,461.44
Loans and discounts, unsecured 6,022.94
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 79,902.63
Loans on real estate ..................... 5,704.41
Other bonds and securities........... 5,173.39
Furniture and fixtures ................. 1,800.00
Banking house .................................. 2,000.00
Other real estate .............................. 1,949.44
Due from reserve banks ............. 9,459.73
Currency .............................................. 2,501.00
Gold .......................................................
145.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
313.10
Total ...................................................$118,433.08

L IA B IL IT IE S .

Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ...................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
B ills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public fu n d s ........................................
Certificates of deposit, dem and..

25,000.00
3,000.00
1,169.54
20,000.00
50,397.35
14.193.77
4,672.42

Total .................................................$118,433.08

PLUMERVILLE

BANK OF PLUMERVILLE
Incorporated April 11, 1902. Charter No. 89.

O fficers— A . D . Malone,
Duff, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— A . D . Malone,

President; W . A . Jones, V ice President; B . F . Sutton, Cashier; W . H .
W . A . Jones, J. W . Tiger, G . W . Smith, A . R . Bowdre.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 15,806.26
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 50,396.10
Loans on real e sta te....................... 35,163.79
Overdrafts ..........................................
234.90
Furniture and fixtures................... 3,198.88
Banking house .................................. 3,054.00
Other real e sta te.............................. 2,444.04
Cash item s ..........................................
189.71
Due from reserve banks............... 30,392.07
Currency ............................................... 2,726.00
Gold .......................................................
105.00
407.59
Silver and fractional coin .........
Other resources ................................ 1,687.48
T otal .................................................... $145,805.82



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
B ills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e____

40,000.00
8,042.18
40,000.00
46,096.87
5,540.00
6,126.77

T otal .................................................... $145,805.82

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POCAHONTAS

Po c a h o n t a s s t a t e b a n k
Incorporated May 16, 1902. Charter No. 91.

O fficers— W . H . Skinner, President; A . J.
Pickett, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . H . Skinner, M in M . Carter,

W itt, V ice President; Ben A . Brown, Cashier; L . R.
A . J. W itt, R . N . Hamil, D r. J. W . Brown, Ben A .

Brown, Clarence H . Henderson.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 6,840.25
Loans and discounts, unsecured 11,340.84
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 67,146.24
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 2,575.00
Overdrafts ..........................................
580.55
Other bonds and securities......... 2,302.60
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,000.00
Banking house .................................. 6,325.38
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... . 1,046.58
Due from reserve banks............... 19,844.05
Checks on other banks................. 2,446.77
Currency ............................................... 4,292.00
Gold ....................................................... 2,105.00
Silver and fractional coin............. 2,623.46
Total ...................................................$131,468.72

POCAHONTAS

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................

27,500.00
4,000.00
1,322.38
68,015.23
17,000.00
13,282.81
348.30

Total ...................................................$131,468.72

Ra n d o l p h c o u n t y b a n k
Incorporated February 14, 1898. Charter No. 45.

O fficers— E . Dalton, President; A .
Marshall, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Lewis Dalton, E. Dalton,

Z . Schnabaum, Vice President; J. D . W ells, Cashier; H . I.

A . Z . Schnabaum, W . C . Brown, R . N . Hamil, H . L . Throg­
morton, H . A . Peters, T . W . Campbell, C . E . Pringle.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 25,970.77
Loans and discounts, unsecured 25,112.05
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 70,649,54
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 16,770.00
O verdrafts ..........................................
409.35
Other bonds and securities.........
573.76
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,800.00
Banking house .................................. 7., 000.00
Other real estate ............................ 6,700.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 23.089.33
Cash item s ..........................................
653.06
Due from reserve banks............... 19,361.45
Checks on other banks.................
680.23
Currency ............................................
4,569.00
Gold .......................................................
165.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 1,569.73
Other resources ................................
20.31
Total ...................................................$206,093.58

PORTIA

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $ 26,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 23,500.00
Undivided profits ............................ 4,444.13
Individual deposits .......................... 113,059.86
Public funds ...................................... 33,873.64
Certificates of deposit, tim e .... 3,160.00
Cashier’s checks .............................. 2,055.95

Total ...................................................$206,093.58

BANK OF PORTIA
Incorporated November 25, 1904. Charter No. 174.

O fficers— W . J. Robinson, President; F . W . Tucker, V ice President; N ed Fraser, Cashier;
Sloan, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . J. Robinson, James Hatfield, F . W . Tucker, Clinton Fraser, Ned Fraser.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 150.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 2,409.89
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 17,438.32
Loans on real e sta te ..................... 4.619.94
Overdrafts ..........................................
61.27
Other bonds and securities.........
71.95
Furniture and fixtures ................. 1,656.60
Banking house .................................. 1,943.40
Other real e sta te ..............................
150.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 4,717.87
Checks on other ban ks.................
168.38
Currency ............................................... 1,665.00
Gold .......................................................
87.50
Silver and fractional coin.............
165.45
T otal ....................................................$ 35,305.57



Victor

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
N otes red iscou n ted ..........................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........
Cashier’s c h e c k s ................................

8,000.00
171.84
4,775.00
1,637.50
17,343.73
3,249.50
128.00

T otal .................................................... $ 35,305.57

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PORTLAND

PEOPLES BANK
Incorporated January 22, 1908. Charter No. 251.

O fficers— J. C . Bain, President; E . J. Camak, Vice President; J. W . Brown, Cashier;
D irectors— J. C . Bain, R . J. Bain, J. A . Dean, E. J. Camak, T . Y . W all, W . E . Dean,
J.

W.

J. A . Dean,
W . T . Cone,

Brown.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 9,300.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 11,625.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 57,674.79
Loans on real e sta te ..................... 11,937.00
O verdrafts .......................................... 1,774.79
Furniture and fixtures ................... 2,346.57
Due from reserve banks................ 25,000.15
Currency .............................................. 1,800.00
670.17
Silver and fractional coin .............
Other resources ................................ 7,108.67
Total
$129,237.14

PORTLAND

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, tin je.........
Certificates for m oney borrowed
Total

25,000.00
11,902.66
2,135.35
5,000.00
57,799.13
2,400.00
25,000.00

$129,237.14

PORTLAND BANK
Incorporated April 23, 1900. Charter No. 57.

O fficers— J. W . Pugh, President; T . R . Pugh,
D irectors— J. D. Dean, H . E . Cockerham, T .

Vice President; F . P. Harvey, Cashier.
R. Pugh, J. W . Pugh.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 89,821.93
Loans and discounts, sep u red ... 26,701.15
Loans on real e sta te....................... 53,541.99
793.92
O verdrafts .....................................
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,572.64
Banking house .................................. 2,343.30
Due from reserve banks............... 27,815.09
137.50
Checks on other banks.................
Currency .............................................. 8,339.00
Gold .......................................................
262.50
Silver and fractional coin ...........
862.13
Total
$213,191.15

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

20,000.00
13,013.86
50,790.48
45,000.00
79,734.72
3,000.00
1,652.09

$213,191.15

POTTSVILLE

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated August 13, 1913. Charter No. 420.

O fficers— R . O . Morton, President;
D irectors— J. H . Oates, Roy Falls,

J. B. Sinclair, Vice President; N . H . Bell, Cashier.
T . A . Matthews, A . H . Boggess, E . R . Jones, E . H . Teeber.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and secu rities.........
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house ..................................
Item s in tran sit..................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Other resources ..............................
T otal
$



449.84
11,261.42
1,550.00
179.13
400.00
1,669.54
2,422.25
7.00
7,181.27
823.00
40.00
637.20
170.92
26,791.57

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 14,175.00
Individual deposits .......................... 12,369.57
Certificates of deposit, tim e__
235.00
Cashier’s checks ..............................
12.00

T otal

$ 26,791.57

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PRAIRIE GROVE

FARMERS STATE BANK
Incorporated August 29, 1904. Charter No. 166.

O fficers— J. C . Cunningham, President; M . C . Peacock, Vice President; 'R. A . Stewart, Cashier.
D irectors— C . W . Mabry, J. L . Strickler, J. F. Brunk, R. E. Pyeatt, C . L . Cummings, W . W . Bishop,
S.

W.

Candle.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.!
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Other real estate ..............................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other ban ks.................
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin.............
Other resources ................................
Total
$

PRESCOTT

6,752.80
20,646.26
5,788.24
663.23
1,500.00
5,000.00
6,851.02
4,091.85
1,224.42
1,350.00
655.00
257.03
6,038.03
60,817.88

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Due to reserve ban ks.....................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ....

Total

25,000.00
S77.98
25,023.30
2,000.00
7,816.60

! 60,817.88

BANK OF PRESCOTT
Incorporated August 10, 1904. Charter No. 162.

O fficers— Thos. C . McRae, President; Jas. G . Clark, Vice President; S. J. Hesterly, Vice Presi­
dent; Thos. C . M cR ae, Jr., Cashier; I. A . Blakely, A sst. Cashier; W ren Scott, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors— Thos. C. McRae, Jas. G . Clark, S. J. Hesterly, W . V . Tompkins, T . C. McRae, Jr.,
D.

L . McRae, E . L . Cox, C . D . McSwain, S. T . White, D . L . Dillard.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..!
290.91
Loans and discounts, unsecured 14,294.59
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 354.186.75
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 41,053.11
Overdrafts ..........................................
22.78
Other bonds and securities........... 32,074.78
Furniture and fix tu r e s............... 4,197.97
Banking house ................................ 7,062.17
Item s in tran sit................................
10.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
421.39
Cash item s ........................................
37.19
Due from reserve banks............... 65,224.41
Checks on other banks.................
967.80
Currency ............................................... 11,881.00
Gold ....................................................... 1,311.00
Silver and fractional coin........... 4,211.48
Other resources ................................ 6,697.33
Total ...................................................!543,944.66

PRESCOTT

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................! 75,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 75j000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 10,510.85
Bills payable ...................................... 75,000.00
Savings deposits .............................. 70.171.57
Individual deposits .......................... 193,250.04
Public funds ...................................... 13,642.50
Due to non-reserve ban ks........... 11,051.99
Certificates of deposit,tim e .... 20,098.86
Cashier’s checks ..............................
218.85

Total ...................................................!543,844.66

CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated February 27, 1913. Charter No. 411.

O fficers— John M . Pittman, President; M . W . Greeson, V ice President; W . W . Rice, V ice Presi­
dent; W . T . Terry, Cashier; J. S. Regan, A sst. Cashier; Martin Guthrie, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. M . Pittman, M . W . Greeson, W . W . Rice, W . H . Terry, S. J. Hesterly, George F .
Cress, F . P. Bostick.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.! 25,150.87
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 51.573.32
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 25.554.58
Other bonds and securities.........
480.65
Furniture and fixtures................... 4,553.29
Banking house ................................ 1,770.57
Other real e sta te .............................. 8,020.45
Due from reserve banks............... 16,663.15
Checks on other banks...............
149.64
Currency .............................................. 2,316.00
Silver and fractional coin...........
517.41
Other resources ................................ 8,559.90
T otal
!145.309.83



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... !
Undivided profits ..............................
B ills payable ....................................
Savings deposits ............................
Individual deposits .........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................

T otal

50,000.00
516.94
50,000.00
893.22
27,315.24
9,382.46
6,866.82
335.15

!145,309.83

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NEVADA COUNTY BANK
Incorporated January 9, 1894. Charter No. 32.

O fficers— W . B. W aller, President; W . R . Barham, Vice President; George F . Cress, Cashier;
W . R . White, Jr., A sst. Cashier; H . E . Dorris, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . B. W aller, W . R . Barham, W . R . W hite, Jr., H . A . Hamilton, Fannie H . Young,
A . H . Smith, George F . Cress.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and s e c u r itie s.........
Furniture and fixtures ...............
Banking house ..................................
Other real e sta te ..............................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ..............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...........
Other resources ..............................
Total
?

QUITMAN

7,417.16
49,815.40
8,693.75
383.62
243.70
5,028.31
7,413.45
3,000.00
2,626.06
160.54
580.00
102.50
277.66
5,224.02
90,966.17

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Due to reserve b an k s.....................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ...
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Other liabilities ..............................
Total

25,000.00
1.49
18,500.00
5,155.47
19,289.51
8.915.92
628.86
9,141.75
602.02
3.731.15

? 90,966.17

BANK OF QUITMAN
Incorporated August 15, 1903. Charter No. 139.

O fficers— R . L . Kane, President; Beulah Kane, V ice President; R . L . Kane,
A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— R . L. Kane, Frank Jenkins, Laura W illiam s, Beulah Kane, Ida J.

Cashier; Paul Martin,
W ebb.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...? 46,869.08
Loans on real e sta te ........................ 15,219.76
O verdrafts ..........................................
67.54
Other bonds and secu rities.........
299.50
Furniture and fixtures ............... 1,957.55
Banking house .................................. 1,376.35
371.43
Due from non-reserve ban ks__
Due from reserve ban ks............... 3,581.07
Currency ................................; ............ 2,030.00
Gold .......................................................
30.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
286.16
? 72,088.44
Total

RATCLIFF

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e .__
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Total

20,500.00
1,100.00
652.90
2,000.00
14,145.20
24,283.58
8,925.00
481.76

? 72,088.44

BANK OF RATCLIFF
Incorporated December 28, 1912. Charter No. 399.

O fficers— M . W . Ronk, President; D r. R .
D irectors— W . R. Cherry, H . A . McKelvy,

A . Harkins, V ice President; W . D . Stroud, Cashier.
Conrad Elsken, M . W . Ronk, D r. R . A . Harkins, C . O .

Parker, Joe Yunker.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...?
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Due from reserve ban ks...............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
?
T otal



12,367.16
889.55
2,172.57
7,071.44
1,770.00
60.00
132.26
24,462.98

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................? 10,000.00
Undivided profits ............................
162.63
Individual deposits .......................... 13,235.11
Certificates of deposit, demand. 1,005.10
Cashier’s checks ..............................
57.10
Other liabilities ...................
3.04
T otal

? 24,462.98

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RAVENDEN

BANK OF RAVENDEN
Incorporated December 15, 1905. Charter No. 202.

O fficers— T . J. Sharum, President; Sam H . Ball, Vice President;
D irectors— T . J. Sharum, Sam H . Ball, William Bottoms.

N . R . Moore, Cashier.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 100.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 18,540.65
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 3.567.50
Other bonds and securities___
40.10
Furniture and fixtures................... 1.135.17
Banking house .................................. 1,500.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
258.88
Cash item s ........................................
64.75
Due from reserve banks............. 9,414.42
Currency .............................................. 2a191.00
Gold .......................................................
115.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
611.69
Total
37,539.16

L IA B IL IT IE S .

Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits .......................
Public funds ....................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Total

10,000.00
1,250.00
1,030.04
5,000.00
14,510.20
146.49
4,738.58
863.85

? 37,539.16

RAVENDEN SPRINGS

LONE ROCK BANK
Incorporated April 11, 1914. Charter No. 437.

O fficers— J. B. Duvall, President; J.
D irectors— J. B. Duvall, J. J. Eaton,

J. Eaton, V ice President; Elmer Davis, Cashier.
S. F . Davis, W . S. Mariott, Joe S. Decker, George A . Looney,

J. A . Siegler.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...?
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Cash item s ........................................
Due from reserve banks .............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Other resources ................................
Total
?

RECTOR

8.686.01
1.64
1,460.50
750.00
779.80
3,134.10
516.46
1,499.00
415.00
499.51
213.20
17,955.22

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................? 10,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 1,000.00
Individual deposits .......................... 6.080.24
Certificates of deposit, tim e ...
469.00
Cashier’s checks ..............................
208.38
197.60
Other liabilities ................................

Total

? 17,955.22

BANK OF RECTOR
Incorporated August 1, 1899. Charter No. 51.

O fficers— J. C . Rogers, President; Eli M eiser, V ice President; M . M . Craven, Cashier;
Harper, A sst. Cashier.
Directors— J. C . Rogers, G . H . Hardin, A . J. Sides, J. D. Block, Eli M eiser, J. N . M cN iel,

O. A .
Robert

Liddell, Joseph W olf.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 65,785.65
Loans and discounts, unsecured 12,042.58
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 90,629.98
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 23,504.37
Overdrafts ..........................................
405.06
Other bonds and securities......... 2,836.41
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,190.22
Banking house .................................. 5,000.00
Other real e sta te ................................ 2.500.00
Item s in tran sit..................................
337.69
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
341.08
Cash item s ..........................................
100.57
Due from reserve banks............. 19,429.04
Checks on other banks.................
241.17
Currency .................................
3.700.00
Gold .......................................................
597.50
Silver and fractional coin ...........
777.38
Other resources ................................
210.37
T otal ....................................................?230,629.07



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................? 30,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 27,000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 10,724.43
Bills payable ...................................... 30,000.00
N otes rediscounted .......................... 1,000.00
Individual deposits .......................... 105,230.78
Certificates of deposit, dem and. 24.996.91
Cashier’s checks .............................. 1,676.95

T otal .................................................... ?230,629.07

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RECTOR

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated June 25, 1905. Charter No. 130.

O fficers— W . H . Simmons, President; M . Donaldson, V ice President; W .
G . C . Yancey, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . H . Simmons, R . J. Yancey, W . Harry McBride, M . Donaldson,

F . Harkey,

Cashier;

Gus Neighbor, Frank

W eldin.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. .$
Loans and discounts, secured.. .
Loans on real e sta te.....................
Other bonds and secu rities___
Furniture and fixtures...............
Banking house ................................
D ue from non-reserve b a n k s...
Cash item s ........................................
D ue from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Total
$

REYNO

1,626.50
57,328.55
374.59
138.17
998.26
2,287.05
6j000.00
545.76
330.24
7,623.73
613.89
2,135.00
335.00
900.22
81,236.96

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ...........................
.
Individual deposits ....................... ,
Certificates of deposit, demand.
Cashier’s checks .............................

Total

21.000.00
'119.46
662.03
15,000.00
38,509.00
5,793.98
151.62

$ 81,236.96

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
Incorporated December 8, 1911. Charter No. 360.

O fficers— T . L . Wright, President; V . C . Page, Vice President; J. M . Wright, Cashier.
D irectors— T . L . Wright, V . C . Page, J. C . Sheppard, J. M . Smith, J. M . Wright.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, se c u r e d ...$ 18,705.18
Loans on real esta te........................ 5,258.35
O verdrafts ..........................................
4.58
Furniture and fixtures................. 1,113.00
Banking house ..........
1,800.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
864.55
Cash item s ..........................................
16.96
Due from reserve banks............... 12,073.77
Checks on other ban ks.................
214.28
Currency ...............................................
537.00
Gold .......................................................
170.00
549.92
Silver and fractional coin...........
Total ...................................................$ 41,307.59

RICHMOND

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ....
Cashier’s checks ..............................

10.000.00
190.92
10,000.00
18,599.96
1,600.00
916.71

Total ...................................................$ 41.307.59

BANK OF RICHMOND
Incorporated July 2, 1913. Charter No. 418.

O fficers— Hanson J. Marks, President; W . I. Joyner, V ice President; W . W . Gardner, V ice
dent; Chas. F . Burder, Cashier.
D irectors— W . W . Gardner, W . E . Grayson, A . T . Hemphill, W . I. Joyner, W . W . M cLeod,

Presi­
H . J.

Marks.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...?
Loans on real e sta te........................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Due from reserve banks.................
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and coin ..................................
Other resources ..............................
T otal
$



8,305.34
437.85
1,558.34
5,380.81
897.00
55.00
595.05
2,204.18
19,433.57

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Other liabilities ................................
T otal

10.000.00
3,000.00
5.269.04
36.67
1,127.86

? 19,433.57

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RISON

BANK OF RISON
Incorporated October 23, 1902. Charter No. 101.

O fficers— N . A . McKinney,
Harlow, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— A . B. Banks, N .
S.

President; I. E. Moore, Vice President; J. W . Elrod, Cashier; W att

A . McKinney, I. E. M oore, J. W . Elrod, H . P. Sadler, B. F . Quinn,
I. Stanfield, E. B. Atwood, J. S. McM urtry.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 450.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured
400.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... . 51,272.01
Loan’s on real e sta te ....................... 72,969.44
Other bonds and securities.........
182.96
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,000.00
Banking house .................................. 4,500.00
Due from reserve banks............. 26.175.07
Currency ............................................... 5,455.00
Gold .......................................................
160.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 1,372.12
Total
$164,936.60

ROGERS

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ......................................
Dividends unpaid ............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___

Total

40,000.00
4,000.00
805.67
40,000.00
22.97
67,577.84
12,530.12

$164,936.60

FARMERS STATE BANK
Incorporated February 8, 1910. Charter No. 300.

O fficers— J. L . Chapin, President; L . B. Steinbrenner, Vice President; Perry N . Clark, Cashier;
O.
F . Chapin, A sst. Cashier; L . E . Page, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. L . Chapin, O . F . Chapin, Perry N . Clark, L . B . Steinbrenner, E . G . Sharp, D . H .
Torbett.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 300.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 32,126.46
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 101,802.54
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 17,912.36
Overdrafts ..........................................
473.50
Other bonds and securities.........
460.72
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,963.74
Item s in tran sit.................................. 1,349.46
D u e fro m n o n -r e s e r v e b a n k s ...
266.81
Cash item s ..........................................
17.38
Due from reserve banks............. 28,864.93
Checks on other banks...............
934.91
Currency ............................................... 4,509.00
Gold ....................................................... 1.842.50
Silver and fractional coin ........... 3,670.50
Other resources ................................
2.13
$197,496.94
Total

RUDY
O fficers— George
D irectors— W . G .

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 40,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 6,250.00
974.53
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ...................................... 8,000.00
Individual deposits .......................... 110,434.38
Certificates of deposit, tim e......... 31,535.32
Cashier’s checks ..............................
302.71

Total

$197,496.94

BANK OF RUDY
Incorporated February 24, 1913. Charter No. 409.

R . Wood, President; W . G . Cooper, V ice President; J. H . Cooper, Cashier.
Cooper, S. J. Broyles, George W . Finn, J. D . Kagy, E . E . Rudy, George R . Wood,
J. S. Rozell, Fred Dean, J. H . Cooper.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...?
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Currency ..............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin .............
T otal
$



11,466.75
86.96
1,057.66
2,382.05
1,148.19
1.168.00
10.00
600.12
17.919.73

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Undivided profits ..........................f
389.86
Individual deposits ....................... 7,189.73
Due to reserve b an k s.....................
340.14

T otal

$ 17,919.73

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RUSSELLVILLE

BANK OF RUSSELLVILLE
Incorporated December 23, 1897. Charter No. 44.

Officers— T . M . Neal, President; R . C . Brown, Vice President; J. J. Shoptaw, V ice President;
W . G . Neal, Cashier; Robert R . Taylor, A sst. Cashier; George S. Neal, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— T . M . Neal, R . C . Brown, J. J. Shoptaw, J. D. W illiam s, W . G . Neal, T . R . Rye,
L . A . Reed.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

R ESO U RC ES.

Loans and discounts, dem and..? 4,886.45
Loans and discounts, unsecured 7,441.07
Loans and discounts, secured_ 68,604.37
Loans on real esta te....................... 58,805.01
O verdrafts ..........................................
183.51
Other bonds and securities......... 1,560.36
Banking house .................................. 15,000.00
Cash item s ..........................................
505.34
Due from reserve banks............... 19,637.90
Checks on other banks.................
629.45
Currency ............................................... 10,958.00
Gold .......................................................
322.50
Silver and fractional coin.......... 2,785.39
Total
$191,319.35

L IA B IL IT IE S .

Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
B ills payable ....................................
Savings accounts ............................
Individual deposits ........................
Due to reserve b an k s...................
Certificates for m oney borrowed
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Other liabilities ................................
Total

50,000.00
8,715.00
10.659.50
30,000.00
1,432.20
69,938.28
1,953.66
17,219.44
21.64
1,379.63

$191,319.35

RUSSELLVILLE

PEOPLES EXCHANGE BANK
Incorporated March 24, 1890. Charter No. 18.

O fficers^—R . J. Wilson, President; W . J. White, Vice President; L . B. McClure, Cashier; John A .
Bayliss, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. M . Ball, J. M . Campbell, George C . McKennon, W . M . Oates, John W . W hite, W . J.
W hite, R . J. W ilson.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

R ESO U RC ES.

Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 1,150.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 45.932.67
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 112,877.45
Loans on real esta te....................... 67,982.46
O verdrafts ............................................
567.57
Other bonds and secu rities......... 3,381.60
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,442.48
Banking house .................................. 9.750.00
Other real e sta te.............................. 1,000.00
Due from reserve banks............... 31.108.12
Checks on other banks.................
963.11
Currency ............................................... 18,987.00
Gold ....................................................... 2,600.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 2.748.96
Total
$300,491.42

L IA B IL IT IE S .

Capital stock ...................................... $ 70,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 14.000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 2,228.11
2 0 ,0 0 0 .0 0
B i l l s p a y a b le .........................................
Individual deposits ........................ 159.387.04
Public funds ......................................
167.50
Certificates of deposit, tim e___ 34,708.77

Total

$300,491.42

RUSSELLVILLE

POPE COUNTY BANK
Incorporated October 30, 1909. Charter No. 290.

O fficers— H . W . Patrick, President; E. H . Shinn, V ice President; R . W . Ferguson, Cashier;
Patrick, A sst. Cashier; D . B. Henry, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— H . W . Patrick, E . H . Shinn, R . W . Ferguson, W . M . Swilling, Labe Howell,

M. A.
T . F.

Hoye, J. C . Bonds, W . S. Bell, R . L . Smith.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESO U RC ES.

Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 33,709.53
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 67,561.75
Loans on real e sta te........................ 10,721.56
O verdrafts ..........................................
3.53
Other bonds and securities......... 2,617.26
Furniture and fixtures................... 3.700.00
Other real esta te..............................
90.00
Item s in tran sit..................................
550.00
Due from reserve banks............... 15,289.03
Checks on other banks................... 1,432.64
Currency ............................................... 2,936.00
Gold .......................................................
585.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 1,583.05
$140,779.35
T otal



L IA B IL IT IE S .

Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ...........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___

T otal

25,000.00
1.250.00
345.55
36,000.00
616.70
60,901.19
4,940.71
11,725.20

$140,779.35

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SAINT FRANCIS

BANK OF SAINT FRANCIS
Incorporated November 21, 1904. Charter No. 173.

O fficers— W . C . Whiteaker, President; D .
T.
E . Allyn, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . C . Whiteaker, H . W . Moore,

R . Stanley, Vice President;

A . C . Dunlap,

Cashier;

Fred Linke, D . R . Stanley, R . H . Dudley.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve banks.............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...........
Other resources ................................
Total ...................................................$

SAINT JOE

415.00
17,584.06
2.17
1,350.00
1,500.00
1.046.20
7.85
2.677.71
1,361.00
605.00
685.83
45.26
27,280.08

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 7,500.00
Surplus .................................................
100.00
Individual deposits .......................... 15,387.80
79.36
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e____ 4,212.92

Total ...................................................$ 27,280.08

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated May 2, 1913. Charter No. 414.

O fficers— B. F . Henley, President; B . W . Hensley, V ice President; Dan Garrison,
D irectors— B. F . Henley, Dan Garrison, J. G. White, J. L . Hensley, B. H . Henley.

Cashier.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 2,325.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured
149.00
Loans and discounts, secured. 16,137.14
Loans on real e sta te ...................
300.00
Overdrafts ..........................................
19.21
Other bonds and securities.........
10.74
Furniture and fixtures ............. 1,771.71
Banking house ................................ 2,189.72
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
576.81
Cash item s ........................................
18.00
Due from reserve banks.............
826.37
Silver and fractional coin ........... 1,754.27
Other resources ..............................
38.30
Total .................................................? 26,116.27

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
B ills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ............................

10,000.00
6,500.00
7,725.03
91.35
1,574.00
225.89

Total .................................................? 26,116.27

SAINT PAUL

BANK OF SAINT PAUL
Incorporated August 3, 1907. Charter No. 242.

O fficers— J. M . Stewart,
D irectors— J. H . Phipps,

President; J. H . Phipps, Vice President; S. J. Campbell, Cashier.
C . E. Crawford, W . B. Wood, F . R . W ood, J. M . Stewart.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 52.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 3,071.26
Loans and discounts, secu red .. 8,877.72
Loans on real e sta te..................... 8.824.58
Overdrafts ..........................................
140.89
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,070.50
Banking house ................................ 2.234.00
Other real estate ............................
944.32
Due from reserve banks ............. 4,893.26
Checks on other banks.................
171.99
Currency ...............................................
981.00
Gold .......................................................
645.00
Silver and fractional coin.............
11.73
T otal ..................................................? 33,018.25



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................? 10,000.00
Surplus ........................................ ........
218.65
Undivided profits ............................ 1,076.67
Individual deposits ..................... .‘ 15,517.83
Certificates of deposit, demand. 6,205.10

T otal ..................................................? 33.018.25

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SALEM

BANK OF SALEM
Incorporated December 9, 1908. Charter No. 266.

O fficers— B. H . Castleberry, President; George
Cashier; G . T . Cunningham, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— B. H . Castleberry, Rex Castleberry,

T . Humphries, V ice President;

Rex Castleberry,

George T . Humphries, G . T . Cunningham, I. J.

Short.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

R ESO U RC ES.

L IA B IL IT IE S .

Loans and discounts, unsecured.$ 4,635.90 v Capital stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 30.489.78 ' Surplus ................................................. 5,000.00
Loans on real e sta te....................... 4,492.21 Undivided profits ..........................
912.00
Overdrafts ........................................
252.75 Individual d ep osits.......................... 12,293.26
Other bonds and securities......... 1,152.34 Public funds .................................... 17,065.64
Furniture and fixtures................. 1,153.31 Certificates of deposit, tim e ..
171.64
126.41 Cashier’s checks ............................
Due from reserve banks ...........
139.80
Checks on other banks ...............
29.58
Silver and fractional coin ........... 3,250.06
Total
$ 45,582.34
Total
$ 45,582.34

SCOTLAND

BANK OF SCOTLAND
Incorporated February 8, 1913. Charter No. 404.

O fficers— N . A . Simpson, President; A . M . Griggs, V ice President;
Emmons. A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— N . A . Simpson, Aaron Emmons, J. H . Lindsey.

J. H . Lindsey, Cashier; Aaron

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secured . .$ 8,518.68
Furniture and fixtures ................. 750.00
Banking house .................................. 500.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 1,757.93
D ue from reserve banks ............. 1,341.63
Currency ................................................. 600.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 745.94
Total ...................................................$14,214.18

SCRANTON

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ........................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Cashier’s checks ................................

5,000.00
72.84
2.000.00
4,921.35
2,000.00
219.99

Total ...................................................$14,214.18

BANK OF SCRANTON
Incorporated January 9, 1909. Charter No. 269.

O fficers— D r. W . H . Higdon, President;
Directors— W . H . Higdon, J. H . Rogers,

John E . Nichols, V ice President; C . E . Hays, Cashier.
E . N . Thompson, Anton Weisenfels, John E . Nichols, J. D .
Baker, J. W . Pennington, J. H . Geels.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

R ESO U RC ES.

Loans and discounts, se c u r e d ...$
Loans on real estate ...................
Furniture and fixtures ...............
Banking house ................................
Other real estate ............................
Due from reserve banks ...........
Currency .............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin .........
Other resources ..............................
$
T otal



35,342.64
4,105.41
1,791.08
6.742.67
240.00
7,350.46
538.00
45.00
169.50
10.93
56,335.69

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Dividends unpaid ............................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ....................................
Certificates of deposit, dem and.
Cashier’s checks ..............................
T otal

15,400.00
200.00
1,134.38
12,000.00
60.00
21,280.90
746.87
5,447.67
65.87

$ 56,335.69

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SEARCY

BANK OF SEARCY
Incorporated January 15, 1904. Charter No. 148.

O fficers— W . M . Watkins, President; J.
H.
K. W eod, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . M . Watkins, J. S. Booth,

S. Booth, V ice President; Thos. A . Watkins, Cashier;

Otho King, B . R . Johnson, E . Cypert, A . W . Henson,
J. P. W ood, T . A . Watkins, I. R . Majors
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d ...? 5,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 31,281.82
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 106,583.57
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 5,925.16
Overdrafts .......................................... 2,327.54
Other bonds and securities........... 6,500.00
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,707.71
Banking house .................................. 9,782.97
Item s in tran sit..................................
300.10
Due from reserve banks............... 19,752.89
Checks on other banks.................
217.53
Currency .............................................. 2,229.00
Gold .........................................................
127.00
Silver and fractional coin............. 1,380.70
Other resources..................................
324.90
Total
$194,440.89

SEARCY

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $
Surplus .................................................
Bills payable........................................
Individual d ep osits............................
Public funds ....................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s ch ecks................................
Other liab ilities..................................

Total

30.000.00
27,000.00
20,000.00
52,742.69
24,597.21
38,964.74
1,123.79
12.46

$194,440.89

PEOPLES BANK
Incorporated July 6, 1889. Charter No. 11

O fficers— E. A . Robbins, President; E . A . Robertson, V ice
A . H . Royston, Jr., A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— E . A . Robbins, J. A . Ford, D r. L . E . Moore, S.

President;

J. H . Deener, Cashier;

Brundidge, George D . Booth, P. A .
Robertson, J. S. Sanford, J. S. Stilwell, L . Ernest Moore, J. H . Deener, H . W . Booth.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ...? 8,853.90
Loans and discounts, unsecured 109,778.79
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 131.277.94
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 34,112.91
Overdrafts .......................................... 1,823.77
Other bonds and securities........... 6,500.00
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,500.00
Banking hou se.................................... 15.816.57
Item s in tran sit.................................. 1,951.60
Cash item s..........................................
88.88Due from reserve banks............... 26,644.16
Checks on other banks................. 1,353.61
Currency .............................................. 2,738.00
Gold ....................................................... 2,065.00
Silver and fractional coin ............. 2,343.55
Other resources..................................
347.54
Total ...................................................$348,196.22

SEARCY

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $ 30,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 65,000.00
Bills payable........................................ 30,000.00
Individual d ep osits............................ 124.325.65
Public fu n d s ...................................... 26,956.78
Certificates of deposit, dem and.. 71,082.71
831.08
Cashier’s ch eck s................................

Total ...................................................$348,196.22

UNIO N BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated October 27, 1909. Charter No. 291.

O fficers— W . H . Lightle, President; W . G . Caldwell, V ice President; Jas. E . Lightle, Cashier;
J. B. Lightle, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . H . Lightle, Jas. E . Lightle, W . G . Caldwell, T . E . Baldock, J. Y . Woodson, J. H .
McElwee, J. B . Lightle.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ...? 3,500.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 1,404.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 70,975.01
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 40,394.60
Overdrafts ..........................................
877.82
Other bonds and securities.........
582.10
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,421.00
Other real e sta te .......................
911.50
Item s in transit .............................. 1,071.22
Bills of exchange.............................. 5,653.00
Due from reserve banks............. 9,297.64
Checks on other banks.................
907.60
Currency .............................................. 2,380.00
Gold .......................................................
498.00
Silver and fractional coin ............. 2,036.75
$141,910.24
T otal



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Trust funds ........................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................

T otal

50,000.00
500.00
262.06
15,000.00
2,574.64
39,754.87
33,670.14
148.53

$141,910.24

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CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated February 29, 1912. Charter No. 370.

O fficers— G . W . Baker, President; J.
W ilson, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors—-G . W . Baker, J. B . Shaw,

B. Shaw, V ice President; J. T . W ilson, Cashier; Ethel G .
J. S. Lybrand, M . W . Elkins, Houston Gean, J. F . W ilson.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...*
Loans on real esta te.....................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Due from reserve banks.............
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Other resources ..............................
Total ...................................................$

SHERIDAN

22,662.42
14,857.62
90.71
1.601.05
2,580.70
160.56
3,544.93
4,805.75
15,000.00
65,303.74

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___

10,000.00
624.52
22,000.00
13,522.79
16,756.43
2,400.00

Total ...................................................$ 65,303.74

GRANT COUNTY BANK
Incorporated July 29, 1903. Charter No. 136.

O fficers— J. F . H . W ilson, President; J. M .
son, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. F . H . W ilson, J. M . Baugh, J.

Baugh, V ice President; P. T . Lewis, Cashier; P. John­
M . Nall, I . N . Nall, J. L . Butler, J. H . Bradley.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans on real esta te..................... $ 89,725.79
543.65
O verdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and securities...........
503.12
Banking house ................................ 8,390.05
Other real e sta te.............................. 4,228.89
Cash item s ..........................................
120.45
Due from reserve ban ks............. 5,681.90
Checks on other banks.................
163.58
Currency .............................................. 1,922.00
Gold .........................................................
235.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
428.55
Total ...................................................$111,942.98

SHERRILL

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, t im e ....
Cashier’s checks ..................

22,500.00
3,125.69
22.000.00
38,805.21
25,271.28
240.80

Total ...................................................$111,942.98

BANK OF SHERRILL
Incorporated August 13, 1913. Charter No. 421.

O fficers— J. F . Quattlebaum, President; J. M . Barrett, Vice President; A . A . W illiam s, Cashier.
D irectors— J. F . Quattlebaum, J. M . Barrett, W . I. Payne, Lee M . Quattlebaum, John W . Gibson,
Sr., Jo Nichol, H . L . Furr.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. $
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
D ue from reserve banks...............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .........................................................
Silver and fractional coin.............
$
T otal



2,000.00
7,094.61
3,682.19
.50
1,148.40
31,032.00
1,105.00
35.00
410.34
46,508.04

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 25,000.00
Undivided profits ............................
679.42
Individual deposits .......................... 20,828.62

T otal

$ 46,508.04

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SHIRLEY

BANK OF SHIRLEY
Incorporated July 26, 1907. Charter No. 238.

O fficers— Edward Stevens, President; J. H . Towrey, V ice President; F . M . Eubanks, Cashier;
Davis, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Edward Stevens, J. H . Towrey, F . M . Eubanks, J. S. Collums, T . B. Davis.

T . B.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$ 4,400.83
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 10,889.67
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 3,795.04
Overdrafts ..........................................
65.94
Bonds to secure postal savings. 1,168.65
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,570.00
Banking house .................................. 3.346.75
Other real e sta te ..............................
500.00
Due from reserve banks............... 8,753.66
Silver and fractional coin...........
446.92
Other resources ................................
55.60
Total ...................................................$ 35,993.06

SIDNEY

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ...................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Dividends u n p a id ..............................
Individual deposits .......................
Public funds ....................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Other liabilities ................................

10,000.00
5,000.00
219.15
3,000.00
10.83
13,462.73
2,000.00
674.75
910.60
715.00

Total ...................................................? 35,993.06

BANK OF SIDNEY
Incorporated September 23, 1912. Charter No. 388.

O fficers— J. P. Bone, President; R . C . Pounders, Cashier.
D irectors— J. P. Bone, F. M . Battles, D . H . Yeager.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...?
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ..............................................
Gold .........................................................
Silver and fractional coin.............
Total ...................................................$

7,654.72
1,668.53
700.00
5,233.86
490.00
1,041.00
335.00
116.14
17,239.25

LIABILITIES.
Capital sto ck y ....................................$ 5,000.00
Surplus .........'......................................
399.88
Undivided profits ............................
312.97
Individual deposits ....................... 11,526.40
Total ...................................................? 17,239.25

SILOAM SPRINGS

BANK OF COMMERCE
Incorporated February 10, 1911. Charter No. 333.

O fficers— W . T . Stahl, President; C . P. Curry, Vice President;
Martin, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . T . Stahl, J. D . Chamberlain, O . P. Curry.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..?
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te ... 6,657.52
Other bonds and securities.........
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Other real e sta te ................................
Bills of exchange..............................
Due from reserve banks...............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...........
?
T otal



J. D . Chamberlain, Cashier; A . L .

200.00
2,344.90
2,261.94
142.50
1,724.50
5,500.00
850.00 •
840.99
1,428.43
453.00
105.00
160.34
22,669.12

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits .......................
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........

T otal

10,000.00
102.01
3,350.00
7,408.11
1,809.00

? 22,669.12

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SILOAM SPRINGS

STATE BANK
Incorporated September 20, 1904. Charter No. 168.

O fficers— L . J. Rees, President; W m .
Lineback, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— L . J. Rees, W m . M cCall, W .

M cCall, V ice President;

O . P. M axwell, Cashier;

W . L.

D . Patton, J. T . McKinnon, George B. Dyer.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 22,957.41
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 38,693.28
Loans on real esta te....................... 33,880.69
Overdrafts ..........................................
300.47
151.00
Other bonds and secu rities...........
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,240.00
Banking house .................................. 9,300.00
Other real e sta te............................. 1,060.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s;.. 2,314.43
Due from reserve ban ks............... 12,760.13
Checks on other banks.................
346.90
Currency .............................................. 5,567.00
Gold .........................................................
880.00
Silver and fractional coin ........... 1,675.55
$132,126.86
Total

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, t im e ....
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

15,000.00
2,720.06
2,000.00
65,746.30
44,510.50
2,150.00

$132,126.86

SMITHVILLE

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated March 23, 1901. Charter No. 71.

O fficers— L . H . Kaiser, President; J. M . Street, V ice President;
J. D . Fortenberry, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— L . H . Kaiser, J. M . Street, S. A . D . Jones, John Spotts,

J. T .

Fortenberry,

Cashier;

Bethel Parlsey, W . S. Neely,

Statemeqt of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Other bonds and securities.........
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ................................
Due from reserve banks.............
Currency ............................................
Gold .....................................................
Silver and fractional coin .........
Total ................................................ .$

1,288.47
11,270.96
1,902.77
412.00
1,000.00
1,200.00
4,805.60
971.00
225.00
694.02
23,789.30

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .................................. ..$ 7,000.00
Undivided profits .......................
536.64
Individual deposits ..................... .. 13,517.47
Certificates of deposit, tim e..
2,735.19

Total ............................................... ..$ 23,789.30

SPRINGDALE
O fficers— A rt T .
D

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
Incorporated December 29, 1913. Charter No. 428.

Lewis, President; Bert S. Lewis, V ice President; Carl A . Ownbey, Vice President;
A . Sanders, Vice President; Lee Sanders, Cashier; J. R . Rose, A sst. Cashier; Claire Farrar,
A sst. Cashier.
irectors A rt T . Lewis, Bert S. Lewis, Carl A .. Ownbey, Claire Farrar, A . Sanders, Lee Sanders.

—

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 28,404.66
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 82.402.51
Loans on real esta te........................ 204,078.75
O verdrafts .......................................... 3,706.79
Other bonds and secu rities......... 14,215.54
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,500.00
Banking house .................................. 3,000.00
Item s in tran sit................................ 1,602.89
Due from reserve ban ks............... 65,969.90
Checks on other banks.................
189.61
Currency ............................................... 10,925.00
Gold ....................................................... 2,200.00
Silver and fractional coin ............. 2,,276.39
T otal .................................................... $421,472.04



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $ 60,000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 7,819.58
Individual deposits .......................... 204,698.90
Certificates of deposit, tim e___ 148,803.56
Reserved for ta x es............................
150.00

T otal .................................................... $421,472.04

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STAMPS
O fficers— C . L .
Pipkin, A sst.
D irectors-— . L .
C

BODCAW BANK
Incorporated December 8, 1902. Charter No. 106.
Cabe, President; F . E. Baker, V ice President; A . P. Beasley, Cashier; H . B.
Cashier.
Cabe, F. E . Baker, W . C . Brown, R . Buchanan, "W. R . Boney, A . P. Beasley.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em a n d ...$ 3,921.50
Loans and discounts, unsecured
225.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 119,997.66
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 12,273.95
Overdrafts ..........................................
5.57
Furniture and fixtures.................
143.41
Banking house ................................ 3,781.35
Cash item s ..........................................
164.49
Due from reserve banks............... 30,751.29
Currency .............................................. 3,185.00
Gold .......................................................
841.00
Silver and fractional coin............. 2,000.07
Total ...................................................$177,290.29

STAR CITY
O fficers— J.

D

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$ 25,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 30,000.00
Undivided profits .............................. 5j781.49
Individual deposits .......................... 113,956.69
Public funds ...................................... 1,583.82
Cashier’s checks ..............................
968.29

Total ...................................................$177,290.29

LINCOLN COUNTY BANK
Incorporated October 3, 1904. Charter No. 169.

G . Atkinson, President; B. F . Tarver, V ice President; H . D . Palmer, Cashier; R . L .
Fish, A sst. Cashier.
irectors
Atkinson,
F . Tarver, E .
Ellis,
Orto,
Fish,
Palmer.

—J. G.

B.

S.

Z.

R. L.

H. D.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$ 18,160.75
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 30,663.52
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 16,401.38
Other bonds and secu rities......... 4,889.80
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,030.56
Banking house .................................. 1,022.83
Item s in tran sit.................................. 2,110.97
Due from reserve banks........... 3,512.48
534.70
Checks on other banks.................
C u r r e n c y .....................................................
2,606.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
155.93
Total .................................................. $ 82,088.92

STEPHENS

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___

12,500.00
4,669.90
7,000.00
25,830.37
31,488.65
600.00

Total ...................................................$ 82,088.92

BANK OF STEPHENS
Incorporated September 2 2 , 1903. Charter No. 141.

O fficers-^—Thos. P. Lester, President; John D . McClurkin, V ice President; Lloyd L . Tidwell,
Cashier; Roy Hammond, Bookkeeper and Clerk.
D irectors— T . P. Lester, J. D . McClurkin, A . B. Banks, W . T . Perry, J. S. Thompson, M . L . Ed­
wards, P. C . Grayson, J. H . Lewis.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 1,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 26,259.67
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 35,905.72
Loans on real e sta te ...............
17,672.91
O verdrafts ..........................................
98.33
Other bonds and securities......... 2,423.89
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,500.00
Banking house .................................. 1,500.00
Cash item s ..........................................
58.25
Due from reserve banks............... 18,845.80
Checks on other banks.................
9.45
Currency ............................................... 4,046.00
Gold .......................................................
905.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
793.20
Other resources ................................
26.55
Total
$111,044.77



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable .....................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

20,000.00
2,000.00
140.20
36,000.00
44,382.66
501.09
4,850.73
3,170.09

$111,044.77

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peoples bank

Incorporated February 3, 1913. Charter No. 403.

O fficers— J P. Weaver, President; W . Wr. Brown, V ice President; J.
T.
M . Thompson, Cashier.
D irectors— L . D . Smith, G . T . Criner, Theophilus Hall, J. H . Dawson,

M . Smith, Vice President;
L . R . Pierce, J. T . Sifford.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and secu rities.........
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ..............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...........
Other resources ................................
Total .................................................. $

STRONG

27,337.68
6,487.16
3,587.00
44.80
193.46
1,467.61
6,429.07
2.707.94
4,627.13
39.27
1,308.00
1,200.00
304.06
50.70
55,783.88

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable .................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, demand.
Cashier’s checks ..............................

20,000.00
266.98
13,000.00
19,615.90
2,855.00
46.00

Total ...................................................$ 55,783.88

VICTORIA BANK
Incorporated July 7, 1903. Charter No. 133.

O fficers— George W . Murphy, President; Jas. H . Meek, Vice
D irectors—G eorge W . Murphy, W . A . Murphy, A . P. Kirby,

President; W m . A . Murphy, Cashier.
W . E . Clark, Jas. H . M eek.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real esta te.....................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and secu rities.........
F u r n i t u r e a n d f i x t u r e s ......................
Banking house ................................
Other real estate ............................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve banks.............
Checks on other banks...............
Currency ..............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin.............
Other resources ................................
Total ...................................................?

STUTTGART

63.63
24,348.97
20,634.51
2.76
769.80
2,3 2 6 .8 6
1,652.14
470.00
347.65
162.92
8,221.36
8.75
4,430.00
577.50
216.52
2.96
64,236.33

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... ?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Other liabilities ................................

20,000.00
500.00
661.42
5,000.00
34.800.59
619.68
2,500.00
154.40
.24

Total ...................................................? 64,236.33

exchange bank

Incorporated May 26, 1914. Charter No. 441.

O fficers— A . B. Banks, President; J. I. Porter, Vice
Wheeler, Cashier; L . G . Selig, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— A . B. Banks, J. I. Porter, Z . Orto, T . M .

President; Z . Orto, V ice President; C . K.
Rowland, J. H . Meek, J. F . Whaley, J. A .

Harr.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 1,785.48
Loans and discounts, unsecured 2,210.48
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 73,326.34
O verdrafts ..........................................
942.42
Other bonds and secu rities.........
858.74
Furniture and fixtures...................
441.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
134.98
Cash item s ........................................
12.49
Due from reserve ban ks............... 17,736.40
Checks on other banks................. 1,478.66
Currency ............................................... 6,169.00
Gold .......................................................
695.00
Silver and fractional coin........... 1,790.78
Other resources ................................ 183^716.18
?291,297.95
T otal



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
N otes rediscounted ........................
Savings deposits ..............................
Trust funds ........................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, dem and.
Certificates for m oney borrowed
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Other liabilities ................................
T otal

60,000.00
6,000.00
7,024.90
64,000.00
5.000.00
9,182.51
1,835.15
99,107.74
874.47
37,848.37
10.00
414.81

?291,297.95

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SUCCESS

BANK OF SUCCESS
(Not Incorporated)
J. D . Polk, W . D . Polk, W . M . Powell, Owners.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .....................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and secu rities...........
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin...........
Total
$

16,403.24
22,226.82
14,349.66
3,189.73
396.80
387.45
5,600.08
38.78
860.00
182.50
860.37
64,495.43

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
N otes rediscounted .......................
Individual deposits .........................
Public funds ......................................
Due to non-reserve banks...........
Certificates of deposit, demand.
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................

5,500.00
4,914.44
7,000.00
2,122.50
32,787.30
222.88
3,018.46
291.16
8,000.00
638.69

$ 64,495.43

Total

SULPHUR SPRINGS
BANK OF SULPHUR SPRINGS
Incorporated July 7, 1906. Charter No. 211.

O fficers— A . H . Skidmore, President; C .
Mabel E . Whaley, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors— A . H . Skidmore, C . T . Slatten,

T . Slatten, Vice President; Storm O . Whaley, Cashier;
Storm O . Whaley, Chas. H . Hibler.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 9,858.62
Loans and discounts, secured.. 12,341.28
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 16.580.50
Overdrafts ..........................................
575.68
Other bonds and securities......... 1,442.77
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,000.00
Banking house .................................. 4,500.00
Other real e sta te .............................
847.30
12.50
Cash item s ........................................
D u e f r o m r e s e r v e b a n k s .................
2,8 8 9 .7 4
Currency ............................................... 2,717.98
Gold .......................................................
20.00
775.81
Silver and fractional coin...........
2,952.40
Other resources .............................
Total ...................................................? 57.514.58

SWIFTON

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus ...................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................

10, 000.00
2, 000.00
432.03
3,000.00
22,322.32
19,255.43
504.80

Total ...................................................? 57,514.58

BANK OF SWIFTON
Incorporated September 19, 1905. Charter No. 444.

O fficers— W . R . Harvey,
D irectors— W . R . Harvey,

President; W . E . Jones, Sr., Vice President;

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.'? 2,938.78
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 21,822.27
Loans on real e sta te..................... 11,827.48
Overdrafts ..........................................
38.19
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,000.00
Banking house .................................. 3,000.00
Other real e sta te.............................. 1,130.42
Due from reserve banks............. 13,896.76
Checks on other banks.................
603.32
Currency .............................................. 3,572.00
Gold .......................................................
498.50
Silver and fractional coin ...........
581.93
Other resources ..............................
450.18
T otal .................................................... ? 62,359.83



E. T . Cashion, Cashier;

W . E . Jones, Sr., J. G . Smith, W . T . Parish, E . T . Cashion.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Individual deposits .......................
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........
Cashier’s checks ..............................

10,000.00
4,000.00
45,615.10
1,881.40
863.33

T otal .................................................... ? 62,359.83

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TAYLOR

BANK OF TAYLOR
Incorporated May 20, 1912. Charter No. 376.

O fficers— G . T . Packler, President; W .
D irectors— G . T . Packler, W . H . Ham,

H . Ham, V ice President; J. M . Taylor, Cashier.
J. H . Meek.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, se c u r e d ...$ 25,131.74
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 4,850.00
Overdrafts ..........................................
241.16
Furniture and fixtures................. 1,470.65
Banking house .................................. 1,353.16
Due from reserve banks............... 8,292.42
Currency ..............................................
233.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
35.82
Other resources ................................ 1,517.70
Total ...................................................$ 43,125.65

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Other liabilities ................................

10,000.00
274.64
5,000.00
25,971.73
1.879.28

Total .................................................. $ 43,125.65

t

TEXARKANA

MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS BANK
Incorporated June 5, 1901. Charter No. 75.

O fficers— George W . Fouke, President; L . C . Acruman, V ice President; Allen Winham, V ice Presi­
dent; C . A . Smith, Cashier; W . M . McKinney, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— George W . Fouke, Allen Winham, O . O . Turner, L . C . Acruman, C . A . Smith, John P.
Kline, Henry Moore, Jr., Milton Winham, Dr. J. R . Dale.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 74,390.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 41,395.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 295,148.01
Loans on real e sta te........................ 77,272.80
O verdrafts ..........................................
.55
Other bonds and securities......... 23,631.89
Furniture and fixtures................. 7,951.76
Banking house .................................. 60,000.00
Other real e sta te.............................. 1,113.05
Item s in tran sit................................ 2,449.91
Cash item s ........................................
181.22
Due from reserve ban ks............... 55,600.90
Checks on other banks................. 4,176.14
Currency .............................................. 26,210.00
Gold ....................................................... 4,230.00
Silver and fractional coin ............. 9,385.17
Total
$683,136.40

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .....................................$200,000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 10,003.76
Bills payable ...................................... 130,000.00
Savings deposits .............................. 148.990.75
Individual deposits .......................... 109.063.63
Public funds ...................................... 58,313.88
Due to non-reserve ban ks........... 24,707.57
Certificates of deposit, dem and. 1.953.58
Cashier’s checks ..............................
101.50
Other liabilities ................................
1.73

Total

$683^136.40

TEXARKANA

MILLER COUNTY BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated March 3, 1914. Charter No. 435.

O fficers—W . T . Murphy, President; W . E. Carter, V ice President; J. H .
F.
Booker, Cashier.
D irectors—W . T . Murphy, W . E. Carter, J. H . Forbes, Thos. F . Booker,

J. W . Wyche.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te........................
Other bonds and securities.........
Furniture and fixtures...................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ...............................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Other resources ................................
T otal
$



Forbes, Secretary; Thos.

6,827.26
30,137.27
16,929.22
1,591.45
2,115.96
16,432.35
412.00
1,710.00
396.69
839.40
77,391.60

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ......................
Bills payable ......................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Cashier’s checks ..............................
T otal

50,000.00
5.000.00
353.12
5,000.00
3,657.04
13,375.54
5.90

$ 77.391.60

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TEXARKANA
O fficers— E .
D

STATE SAVINGS AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated February 12, 1904. Charter No. 149.

A . Frost, President; B. H . Kuhl, V ice President; W . H . Arnold, V ice President;
C. R . Johnson, V ice President; C . M . Blocker, Secretary and Treasurer; W . C . Kuhl, A sst.
Treasurer; G . M . McClerkin, A sst. Secretary.
irectors— E . W . Frost, Chairman; E\ A . Frost, C . M . Blocker, B. H . Kuhl, W . H . Arnold, C . R.
Johnson, D r. J. R . Dale.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 69,354.11
Loans and discounts, unsecured 37.248.69
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 397.674.43
Loans on real e sta te ..................... 325,334.50
Other bonds and securities......... 78,738.93
Furniture and fixtures ................. 20.087.75
Other real e sta te .............................. 19,516.78
Item s in tran sit................................ 2,035.64
377.49
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve banks............... 74,798.81
Checks on other banks................. 2,943.87
Currency ............................................ 43,972.00
Gold ....................................................... 2,175.00
Silver and fractional coin............. 12,952.65
Other resources .............................. 7,012.96
Total
$1,097,283.61

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .......................................$200,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 25.000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 6,303.96
Bills payable ................................:.. 150,000.00
Individual deposits ....................... 5.99,121.85
Public fu n d s ........................................ 57,336.33
Due to non-reserve ban ks........... 15,572.58
Certificates of deposit,tim e .... 41,614.31
Cashier’s checks ..............................
16.97
Other liabilities .......................
2,317.61

Total

$1,097,283.61

THORNTON

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated December 29, 1913. Charter No. 427.

O fficers— B. E . Halpin, President; W . C .
D irectors— B. E . Halpin, W . C . Ribenack,

Ribenack, Vice President; Otto F . Krug, Cashier.
C . S. McCain, W . A . Campbell.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Currency ..............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin.............
Total
$

TILLAR

8,438.95
20,295.46
7,971.45
503.36
784.30
2,500.00
9,412.47
1,342.00
1,200.00
885.45
53,333.44

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$ 10,000.00
Undivided profits ............................
719.42
Individual deposits .......................... 33,384.44
Certificates of deposit, tim e .... 8.987.40
Cashier’s checks ..............................
242.18

Total

$ 53,333.44

BANK OF TILLAR
Incorporated August 19, 1902. Charter No. 95.

O fficers— A . C . Stanley, President; H . Thane, V ice President; C . A . King, Cashier.
D irectors— A . C . Stanley, H . Thane, J. Bernhardt, D . A . Gates, D . P. Terry.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...? 64,745.81
Overdrafts ..........................................
846.43
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,875.00
Banking house .................................. 3,000.00
Cash item s ..........................................
9.40
Due from reserve banks............... 7,407.05
Currency .............................................. 1,695.00
Gold .......................................................
50.00
Silver and fractional coin.............
951.65
T otal ....................................................$ 80,580.34



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ...................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........

25,000.00
14,000.00
219.64
25,500.00
9,655.37
6.205.33

T otal ....................................................$ 80.580.34

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R eport of B a n k C ommissioner
CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated July 28, 1913. Charter No. 419.

O fficers— W . L . Harrell,
D irectors— G . W . Stroud,

President; R . H . W olfe, V ice President; T . W . G ill, Cashier.
L . G . Haislip, S. C . M ullis, Jo Nichol, V . J. Trotter, W . L . Harrell, V . C .
Harrell, R. H . W olfe, E . S. Terral.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured. $ 52,000.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 35,604.62
Loans on real e sta te....................... 10,025.00
O verdrafts ..........................................
6.41
Other bonds and secu rities......... 1,045.00
Furniture and fixtures................. 1,500.00
Item s in tran sit................................
241.00
Bills of exchange.............................. 3,871.16
Cash item s ..........................................
184.17
D ue from reserve banks............... 3,171.41
Checks on other ban ks.................
272.70
583.00
Currency ..............................................
Gold .......................................................
485.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
531.88
Total .................................................. $109,521.35

TINSMAN

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 50,000.00
Undivided profits ............................... 3f774.18
Bills payable ................................... 30,500.00
Individuals deposits ..................... 20,895.08
Certificates of deposit, dem and. 4,352.09

Total ...................................................$109,521.35

BANK OF TINSM AN
Incorporated April 17, 1908. Charter No. 257.

O fficers— B. L . Thomason, President; D . R . Speer, V ice
D irectors— B. L . Thomason, D . R . Speer, D . W . Bass, W .

President; W . A . Speer, Cashier.
L . Thomason, J. A . Speer, W . R . Reddin,

W . M . Kitchens.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d e m a n d ...$ 1,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured
511.05
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 7,926.41
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 2,335.33
Banking house .................................. 3,419.07
Cash item s .......................................... 1 489.00
150.39
Due from reserve banks.................
Currency ...............................................
652.00
Gold .......................................................
15.00
Silver and fractional coin .............
148.01
Total
$ 16,646.26

TRUMAN

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Undivided profits ............................
B ills payable ......................................
Individual deposits .......................
Certificates of deposit, t im e ....
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

8,550.00
193.04
2,000.00
4,309.87
1,566.00
27.35

$ 16,646.26

BANK OF TRUM AN
Incorporated October 26, 1911. Charter No. 354.

O fficers— J. A . Cash, President; G. O.
D irectors— J. A . Cash, S. O. Campbell,

O.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te.......................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
D ue from reserve banks...............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
T otal
$



Campbell, V ice President; Craig Frazier, Cashier.
H . C . Burch, Jas. E . Parr, W .
Mitchell.

2,307.52
16,226.09
9,412.50
8.60
1,712.15
2,330.86
13,600.39
2,149.00
335.00
704.01
48,786.12

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 10,000.00
Undivided profits .............................. 2,423.96
Individual deposits .......................... 35,953.63
Certified checks ..............................
408.53

T otal

$ 48,786.12

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TUGKERMAN

BANK OF TUCKERMAN
Incorporated November 8, 1902. Charter No. 104.

O fficers— J. W . Lindley, President; L . T . Slayden, Vice President; E .
Dowell, A sst. Cashier; T . G . Dowell, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J .' W . Lindley, E . V . Holt, W . S. Armstrong, L . T . Slayden,

V . H olt, Cashier; D . C .
A . J. Goetz.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 43,288.63
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 43,053.24
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 15,150.32
O verdrafts ..........................................
41.80
Other bonds and securities.........
682.46
Furniture and fixtures................... 4,150.00
Banking house .................................. 5,450.00
Due from reserve banks............. 21,549.39
Currency .............................................. 6,800.00
Gold .......................................................
548.50
Silver and fractional coin........... 4,528.21
$145,242.63
Total

TYRONZA

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
N otes rediscounted .......................
Individual deposits .........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ............................

15,000.00
4,200.00
158.23
45,000.00
2,200.00
53,900.43
24,252.54
531.43

$145,242.63

Total

BANK OF TYRONZA
Incorporated April 19, 1907. Charter No. 233.

O fficers— L . A . Ritter, President; O . C .
D irectors— L . A . Ritter, J. A . Emrich,

Howser, Vice President; H . C . Overturf, Cashier.
O . C . Howser, H . C . Overturf.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 1,303.75
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 6,437.48
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 15,763.39
Overdrafts ..........................................
.50
Other bonds and securities___ 1,296.40
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,575.49
Banking house .................................. 1,654.55
D ue from reserve banks............. 11,640.37
Currency ............................................... 1,863.00
Gold ....................................................... 1,400.00
Silver and fractional coin............. 2.543.81
Total ...................................................$ 45.478.74

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........
Cashier’s checks ..............................

10,000.00
5,000.00
243.57
25,412.50
4.364.67
450.00
8.00

Total ...................................................$ 45,478.74

VAN BUREN

CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO.
Incorporated December 20, 1910. Charter No. 328.

O fficers— John B. Brown, President; H . F. Meyer,
E.
M . Bacharach, A sst. Cashier.
Directors— W . V . Boatright, William Bowlin, John B.

Vice

President;

David T .

Bryan,

Cashier;

Brown, David T . Bryan, E . E . Cooper, John
Kohne, H . F. Meyer, John O ’Kane, Charles A . Pape.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and.? 77.369.72
Loans and discounts, unsecured
50.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 242,117.10
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 64,851.03
Other bonds and se c u r itie s.... 22,794.93
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,990.00
Banking house .................................. 15,000.00
Other real e sta te .............................. 16,564.31
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 4,021.45
Due from reserve banks............. 65,685.01
Checks on other banks................... 5,835.81
Currency .............................................. - 12,507.00
Gold ....................................................... 4.585.00
Silver and fractional coin ............. 1.534.17
T otal
$535,905.61



LIABILITIES.’
Capital stock .....................................$125,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 25,000.00
Undivided profits .............................. 4.073.49
Savings deposits .............................. 19,932.33
Individual deposits ....................... 174,907.06
Public funds ...................................... 51*930.03
Certificates of deposit, demand. 135.003.26
Cashier’s checks ..............................
59.44

Total

$535,905.61

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VAN BUREN

CRAWFORD COUNTY BANK
Incorporated February 14, 1887. Charter No. 5.

O fficers— Jesse Turner, President; H . P. King, Vice President; S.
Moore, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— Charles Ayres, H . C . Faber, Ham Greig, H . P. King,

A . Pernot, Cashier; Johnson
S. A .

Pernot, Sam

Steward,

Jesse Turner.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 29,828.27
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 56.484.17
Loans on reai e sta te....................... 17.389.43
Other bonds and secu rities...........
385.78
Furniture and fixtures. . ............... 3,315.00
Banking house .................................. 13,625.46
Other real e sta te .............................. 25,805.44
Cash item s ........................................
113.30
Due from reserve ban ks............. 26,404.93
Checks on other banks.................
553.99
Currency ............................................... 10,240.00
Gold .......................................................
40.00
Silver and fractional coin...........
383.94
Other resources .............................. 23,750.00
Total
$208,319.71

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ...................................................
Undivided profits ...........................
Individual deposits .........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........

Total

75..000.00
15*000.00
7.113.12
63,330.37
47,876.22

$208,319.71

VANDERVOORT

MERCHANTS BANK
Incorporated April 15, 1908. Charter No. 256.

O fficers— J. N . Porter, President; G . H . Barnes, Vice President; F . R.
Directors— J. N . Porter, G . H . Barnes, Marion O . Cecil, J. F . Garrett,

Crain, Cashier.
P. G . Garrett, F . R . Crain.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 358.75
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 14,943.70
Loans on real e sta te....................... 2,835.00
Furniture and fixtures................. 1,200.00
Banking house .............*.................
700.00
Other real estate ............................
479.70
100.00
Cash item s . ...' ................................
Due from reserve banks............... 7,030.62
Checks on other banks.................
9.37
Currency ..............................................
535.00
Gold .......................................................
310.00
Silver and fractional coin .............
357.86
Other resources ..............................
105.85
Total ...................................................$ 28.965.85

VANNDALE

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $ 5,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 1,000.00
Undivided profits ............................
409.62
D ividends unpaid ............................ 22,106.10
Certificates of deposit, demand.
78.00
Cashier’s checks ..............................
372.13

Total ...................................................$ 28,965.85

BANK OF VANNDALE
Incorporated April 17, 1903. Charter No. 125.

O fficers— E . R . Walker, President; T . R . Vann, V ice President; Thos. O . Smallen,
D irectors— E . R . Walker, T . R . Vann, O . N . Killough, F. H . Block, S. A . Gooch.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

• RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..?
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real esta te.......................
Other bonds and secu rities.........
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Other real e sta te..............................
Cash item s ..........................................
D ue from reserve ban ks...............
Checks on other ban ks.................
Currency ............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
$
T otal



Cashier.

356.95
940.00
12,105.96
6,453.76
1,350.00
1,500.00
1,000.00
3.690.99
240.01
1,892.54
302.00
£28.00
130.00
703.62
31,593.83

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... ?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided p r o fits ..............................
Bills payable ....................................
N otes rediscounted ........................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, t im e ....

T otal

10.000.00
1,242.23
115.46
5,000.00
1,000.00
11,806.69
2,429\45

$ 31,593.83

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VIOLA
O fficers— W .
D irectors— J.

131

BANK OF VIOLA
Incorporated January 20, 1913. Charter No. 401.
H . Bawling, President; O . S. Wiseman, Vice President; C . W . Pardew, Cashier.
A . Sigler, C. W . Dixon, W . H . Bawling, O . S. Wiseman, C . W . Pardew.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 225.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 11,050.27
Overdrafts ..........................................
9.05
Other bonds and se c u r itie s.........
110.75
Furniture and fixtures...................
877.40
Banking house ................................ 1,000.00
Currency ............................................. 1,340.00
Gold .......................................................
235.00
Silver and fractional coin.............
312.51
Total .................................................. $ 15,159.98

WALCOTT

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 7,250.00
Surplus .................................................
575.00
Undivided profits ............................
123.94
Individual deposits ........................ 6,301.33
Due to reserve ban ks.....................
846.99
Cashier’s checks ..............................
62.72
Total ...................................................$ 15,159.98

BANK OF WALCOTT
Incorporated January 6, 1910. Charter No. 295.

O fficers— J. M . Tyner, President; J. M . Halley, V ice President; W . C . Wellroch, Cashier.
D irectors— J. M . Tyner, J. M . Halley, W . C . Wellroch, J. D. Black, T . B. Kitchen, Eli
W.

T.

Stedman, L . N .

M eiser,

Stedman.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...? 30,835.51
Overdrafts ............................................
183.05
Other bonds and securities...........
69.85
Furniture and fixtures.................
300.00
Banking house .................................. 2,700.00
Cash item s ........................................
486.22
Due from reserve banks...............
208.46
Currency ...............................................
540.00
Gold .......................................................
20.00
Silver and fractional coin...........
83.75
Total ...................................................? 35,426.84

WALDO

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................? 12,500.00
Surplus .................................................
150.00
Undivided profits ..............................
132.11
Bills payable ...................................... 12,500.00
Individual deposits ....................... 10,144.73

Total ...................................................? 35,426.84

BANK OF WALDO
Incorporated September 2, 1899. Charter No. 53.

O fficers— J. H . Askew, President; M .
D irectors— A . B. Banks, J. H . Askew,

F . Brazell, V ice President; Ivie E. Howell, Cashier.
M . F . Brazell, J. T . Harris, J. G . Patillo, T . A . Cook, Ivie

E . Howell.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 3,600.85
Loans and discounts, unsecured 28,283.59
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 35,009.40
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 35,546.39
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,000.00
Banking house .................................. 6,000.00
.Other real e sta te.............................. 2..000.00
Bills of exchange............................
442.41
Due from reserve banks............... 23,024.47
Checks on other banks.................
55.85
Currency ............................................... 6,184.00
Gold .......................................................
898.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
161.24
Other resources .............................. 2,151.37
T otal ....................................................?145,357.57



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock< ....................................? 25,000.00
Surplus ................................................... 10,800.00
Bills payable ...................................... 28,040.00
N otes rediscounted ....................... 2,932.00
Individual deposits ........................ 46,355.67
Due to non-reserve b an k s........... 1,629.99
Certificates of deposit,dem and. 30,571.28
Cashier’s checks ..............................
28.63

Total ....................................................?145,357.57

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PEOPLES BANK
Incorporated June 22, 1910. Charter No. 313.

O fficers— J. M . Davis, President; T . W . Calaway, V ice President; W . M . Fincher, V ice President;
M . D . Clark, Cashier; O . L . Calaway, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. M . Davis, T . W . Calaway, W . M . Fincher, M . D . Clark, C . C . Parker, J. D . Nash,
L . E . Fincher.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house ..................................
Cash item s .............................
Due from reserve banks.............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ..............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Other resources ..............................
Total
$

WALDRON

11,949.04
18,448.95
11,527.44
249.81
1,929.86
4,439.46
154.67
4,769.80
38.59
1,314.00
45.00
783.27
92.34
55,742.23

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

20,800.00
1,850.00
11,000.00
15,315.95
6,673.55
102.73

$ 55,742.23

BANK OF WALDRON
Incorporated April 3, 1901. Charter No. 72.

O fficers— F . J. May, President; John T . Forrester, V ice President; J. L . Center, Cashier; W . B.
Piles, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— F . J. May, E . M . Fuller, C . E. Forrester, W . J. Echols, J. L . Center, John T . For­
rester, J. S. Hill, L . K. Robertson, Daniel Hon.
Statement of October 3 1 ,' 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 18,225.68
Loans and discounts, unsecured 42,646.29
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 77,792.59
Loans on real esta te....................... 18,420.87
O verdrafts .................................
2.53
Other bonds and securities......... 3,686.19
Furniture and fixtures................. 2.500.00
Banking house .................................. 5.000.00
Other real estate ............................ 3,500.00
Due from reserve banks............... 9,484.19
Checks on other banks.................
421.40
Currency ............................................... 5,902.00
Gold .......................................................
935.00
Silver and fractional coin ............. 1,947.50
Total
$190,464.24

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ...
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

50,000.00
6,000.00
5,378.72
40,000.00
76,541.79'
494.01
10,901.99
1,147.73

$190,464.24

WALNUT RIDGE

LAWRENCE COUNTY BANK
Incorporated August 11, 1890. Charter No. 22.

O fficers— W . M . Ponder, President; Charles Bloom, V ice President; W . F . McCorkle, Cashier;
E . L . M oore, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . M . Ponder, Charles Bloom, J. G . Richardson, John Lester, H . L . Ponder, S. C .
Dowell, W . F . McCorkle.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.$ 2,149.17
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 103..558.34
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 3', 400.00
374.29
O verdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and secu rities......... 5,068.32
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,500.00
Banking house .................................. 8,500.00
Other real estate .............................. 2,500.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 4,146.23
Cash item s .......................................... 2,3° 3.59
Due from reserve ban ks............... 18.539.19
Checks on other ban ks.................
432.35
Currency ............................................... 4,660.00
Gold .......................................................
877.50
Silver and fractional coin .............
234.31
$159,333.29
T otal



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus ............................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
N otes rediscounted ..........................
D ividends unpaid ............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........
Cashier’s checks ..............................

T otal

35,000.00
15,000.00
186.89
30,000.00
2,700.00
30.00
54,170.72
15,000.00
7,130.00
115.68

$159,333.29

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WARREN

MERCHANTS AND PLANTERS TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK
Incorporated March 15, 1890. Charter No. 17.

O fficers— H . L . Turner, President; J. M . Bailey, Vice President; Fred
President; Carl Hollis, Cashier; W . H . McLeod, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— H . L . Turner, H . F . Butler, A . W . Douglass, G . B. Colvin,

L . Purcell, Second Vice

L . G . Hampton, J. M .
Bailey, C . J. Mansfield, J. L . Jamison, Dr. M . T . Crow, Fred L . Purcell, O . O . Axley, W . J.
Savage, O . W . Wheless.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 22,280.56
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 161,952.48
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 101,553.88
Overdrafts ..........................................
16.77
Other bonds and securities........... 10,301.34
Furniture and fixtures................... 6,067.00
Banking house .................................. 43,626.85
Due from non-reserve b a n k s... 1,972.45
Cash item s .......................................... 3,603.91
Due from reserve banks............... 42,684.88
Checks on other banks.................
299.02
Currency .............................................. 8,514.00
Gold ....................................................... 5,875.00
Silver and fractional coin............. 1,648.45
Total
$410,396.59

WARREN

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .......................................$100,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 20,000.00
Undivided profits .............................. 14>915.52
Bills payable ...................................... 50,000.00
Savings deposits .............................. 37,301.65
Trust funds ........................................
754.75
Dividends unpaid ..............................
30.00
Individual deposits .......................... 148,103.81
20.00
Public funds ......................................
Due to non-reserve ban ks........... 1,000.00
Certificates of deposit, demand. 37,837.86
Cashier’s checks ..............................
433.00
Total

$410,396.59

WARREN BANK
Incorporated December 28, 1901. Charter No. 80.

O fficers— S. B. Meek, President; R . F. Powers, V ice President; Louis Ederington, Vice President;
H.
G . Martin, Cashier; R. H . Hankins, Asst. Cashier.
D irectors— S. B. Meek, Louis Ederington, J. M . Bailey, C. W . Hankins, J. R . S. Meek, R. F. Pow­
ers, J. T . Ederington, Sr., W . R . Watson, O . H . Caplinger.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem an d..? 4,500.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 4,683.51
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 87,444.97
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 87,738.13
Other bonds and securities........... 5,201.35
Furniture and fixtures................... 2,500.00
Banking house.................................. 4,053.92
Item s in transit ................................
763.16
Cash itenis ..........................................
110.00
Due from reserve banks............... 17,814.14
Checks on other banks................. 2.029.07
Currency ............................................... 2,350.00
Gold ....................................................... 2,810.00
Silver and fractional coin ............. 3,234.41
Other resources ................................
27.36
Total ...................................................$225,260.02

WATSON

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ....................................
N otes rediscounted ..........................
Savings deposits ..............................
Individual deposits .......................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........
Cashier’s checks ..............................

62.800.00
16.000.00
3,360.68
10,000.00
20,997.96
44,320.94
59,230.52
.54
8,499.22
50.16

Total ...................................................$225,260.02

DESHA COUNTY BANK
Incorporated April 1, 1912. Charter No. 371.

O fficers— H . Thane, President; W . J. Massey, Vice President;
D irectors— D . E. Dobson, H . E. Perkins, D . A . Gates.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ................................
Other real e sta te ..............................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ..............................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Other resources ................................
$
T otal



R . H . W illis, Cashier.

1,425.09
12.880.28
17^417.16
112.67
1,710.16
723.27
1,315.67
4,505.20
300.00
400.00
94.10
4,919.23
45,802.83

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Cashier’s checks ..............................

T otal

17,500.00
2,633.72
7,500.00
17,780.60
388.51

$ 45,802.83

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WEINER

BANK OF WEINER
Incorporated April 21, 1909. Charter No. 276.

O fficers— W . R . Moyers, President; A . L . Wood,
D irectors— W . R. Moyers, Joe Brinkerhoff, A . L .

Vice President; Lee Cox, Cashier.
Wood.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..?
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te.......................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Cash item s ___.'...............................
Due from reserve b a n k s ............
Currency ..............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Total
$

633.60
1,993.47
27,691.80
12,103.00
315.40
1,524.00
1,873.98
75.25
405.00
2,100.76
751.00
390.00
345.47
50,202.73

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$
Surplus ...................................................
Undivided p r o fits ..............................
Bills payable ......................................
N otes rediscounted ..........................
Individual deposits ...................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ....
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

10, 000.00
2. 000.00
561.91
12.500.00
3,250.00
18,393.36
3.436.53
60.93

$ 50,202.73

WEST FORK

BANK OF WEST FORK
Incorporated January 28, 1908. Charter No. 252.

O fficers— A . K. Sawyers, President; J. L . Bryan, Vice President; George
C . C. Stockburger, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— A . K. Sawyer, J. L . Bryan, R . L . Dameson, Martin Flood, J. C .

A.

Curtis,

Cashier;

Stockburger.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...?
Loans on real esta te.......................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Due from reserve banks...............
Currency ..............................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Total ...................................................?

16,173.57
6,500.00
42.53
1,100.00
4.498.68
572.49
288.33
29,175.60

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Public f u n d s ........................................
Certificates of deposit, demand.

5,000.00
1,000.00
1.183.00
13,765.16
256.30
7,970.54

Total ...................................................? 29,175.60

WHEATLEY

RICE GROWERS BANK
Incorporated September 27, 1909. Charter No. 288.

O fficers— H . K. Smith, President; D r. R . R . James, V ice
Johnson, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— H . K. Smith, Dr. R . R . James, M orris Lesser.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te.......................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house .............................
D ue from non-reserve ban ks___
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin .........
Other resources ................................
?
T otal



President; B . F . King, Cashier; G . R.

8,246.17
14,039.00
3,850.33
30.24
1,050.00
2,000.00
6,571.07
16.20
1,393.00
80.00
1,170.13
1,560.66
40,006.80

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ................
Individual deposits ..........................
Other liabilities ................................

T otal

15,000.00
1,107.83
5„000.00
18,495.43
403.54

? 40,006.80

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WILLIFORD

SHARP COUNTY BANK
Incorporated September 8, 1910. Charter No. 458.

O fficers— George R . Hall, President; Ed G . Eckel, V ice President; C . J. W ilson, Cashier.
D irectors— George R . Hall, Ed G . Eckel, C . J. W ilson, Ben U . Yates, George H . Gray.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...?
Loans on real e sta te .......................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house ..................................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s ....
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ...............................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Total .................................................. $

WILMAR

13,353.38
891.25
92.03
1,652.42
1,482.75
786.25
6,466.74
90.00
485.00
565.47
25,865.29

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$ 6,850.00
Surplus .................................................
500.00
Undivided profits ..............................
694.09
Individual deposits .......................... 15,821.20
Certificates of deposit, tim e .... 1,900.00

Total ................................'.................$ 25,865.29

BANK OF WILMAR
Incorporated June 24, 1905. Charter No. 184.

O fficers— R . A . Kidd, President; A . W . Judd, V ice President; B. P. Kidd, V ice President; N . M c­
Leod, Cashier.
D irectors-— R. A . Kidd, B. P. Kidd, T . A . W ise, J. D. C . McClure, A . W . Judd, W . S. Anderson.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..?
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te .......................
U. S. bonds..........................................
Other bonds and securities.........
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ................................
Other real e s t a t e ..............................
Due from reserve banks...............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ..............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Total ...................................................?

WILMOT

10,121.00
311.80
10,149.58
6,250.c2
1*236.00
443.19
l,3 n5.65
1,400.00
7.85
9,134.24
180.01
1,496.00
882.50
705.51
43,714.25

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................? 13*000.00
Surplus .................................................
220.83
Undivided p r o fits..............*..............
171.27
Individual deposits ....................... 22,473.00
Certificates of deposit, tim e .... 7*774.50
Cashier’s checks ..............................
74.65

Total ...................................................? 43,714.25

CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated October 18, 1911. Charter No. 353.

O fficers— Dave Brown, President; L . W . Perdue, Vice President; L . W . Perdue, Cashier;
Burnside, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. R . Byrd, R. L . McDuffie, W . H . Richardson, Dave Brown, L . W . Perdue.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, secu red ...?
Loans on real e sta te .......................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and securities.........
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ..................................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Cash item s ........................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Currency ...............................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
Other resources ..............................
T otal
?



Minnie

24,944.15
20,477.88
82.92
61.95
2,460.00
2,565.44
2,839.92
27.67
4,238.22
736.00
305.41
2,374.64
61,114.20

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... ?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Individual deposits ..........................
Due to non-reserve b an k s...........
Due to reserve b an k s.................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Other liabilities ................................
Total

17,000.00
2,722.94
132.00
11,571.91
5,000.00
10,000.00
11,625.00
107.58
2,954.77

? 61,114.20

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WILMOT BANK
Incorporated June 14, 1902. Charter No. 92.

O fficers— W . B. DeYampert, President; A .
M . H . Keller, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . B. DeYampert, A . M . Keller,

M . Keller, V ice

President;

A . M . Keller, Cashier;

M . H . Keller.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d e m a n d ...$ 3,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 8,965.42
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 46,899.02
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 27,801.73
O verdrafts ..........................................
.63
Other bonds and secu rities...........
883.00
Furniture and fixtures................. 2,222.00
Banking house .................................. 2,775.95
Other real estate ..............................
200.00
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
376.29
Due from reserve banks............... 5,849.47
Checks on other banks.................
277.66
Currency ..............................................
480.00
Gold .......................................................
317.50
Silver and fractional coin ............. 2,432.84
Total
$102,581.51

WILSON

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ....................................
Individual deposits .......................
Public funds ......................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

15,000.00
5,000.00
5,239.38
40,000.00
15,476.44
1,856.85
19,759.03
249.81

$102,581.51

BANK OF WILSON
Incorporated July 28, 1908. Charter No. 262.

O fficers— J. C . Cullom, President; J. W . Rhodes, Vice President; H .
A . B. H ill, Vice President; E. A . Mitchell, Cashier.
D irectors— J. C . Cullom, J. W . Rhodes, J. R . Cullom, J. W . Adams,

F . Crawford, Vice President;

H . F . Crawford, A . B. H ill,
C . M . Bell, J. E . U zzell, J. H . Sanderman, R . E. Lee W ilson, F . A . Gillette.
Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$ 9,000.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 10,173.00
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 80,734.23
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 2,752.80
Overdrafts ..........................................
20.00
Other bonds and secu rities.........
21.25
Furniture and fixtures................. 1,574.25
Cash item s ..........................................
4.20
Due from reserve banks............. 8,158.61
Currency ..............................................
10.00
Gold .......................................................
5.00
Silver and fractional coin.............
109.20
Total .................................................. $112,562.54

WILTON

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ...................................... $
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Bills payable ......................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Individual deposits .........................
Due to non-reserve ban ks...........
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........
Certificates for money borrowed
Cashier’s checks ..............................

25,000.00
5,000.00
2,672.73
15,000.00
6,468.62
15,412.09
9,000.00
1,753.00
32,125.00
131.10

Total .................................................. $112,562.54

BANK OF WILTON
Incorporated October 3, 1908. Charter No. 260.

O fficers— Joel M ills, President; E . C .
D irectors— Joel M ills, E. C . Cooper,

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, se c u r e d ...$
Loans on real e sta te.......................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Furniture and fixtures...................
Banking house ....................'............
D ue from reserve ban ks...............
Silver and fractional coin .............
$
T otal



Cooper, Vice President; Ada M ills, Cashier.
P. S. Kinsworthy.

10,288.07
5,604.67
23.50
2,101.87
580.72
4,516.83
188.65
23,304.31

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........
T otal

5,000.00
500.00
250.09
5,000.00
10,736.18
1,818.04

$ 23,304.31

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WINCHESTER

BANK OF WINCHESTER
Incorporated February 24, 1913. Charter No. 408.

O fficers— H . Thane, President; J. K. Smith, V ice President; M . W .
Secretary.
D irectors— H . Thane, J. K. Smith, F. O . Hopkins, Hardy Peacock.

Byrn, Cashier; Hardy Peacock,

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, se c u r ed ...$ 12.696.57
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 15,386.22
O verdrafts ..........................................
383.78
Other bonds and securities......... 6,774.75
Furniture and fixtures ................. 2,000.00
Banking house .................................. 5,667.91
Cash item s ........................................
299.18
Due from reserve banks............... 3,255.76
Checks on other banks...............
182.04
Currency ...............................................
448.00
63.55
Silver and fractional coin.............
Total ...................................................$ 47,157.76

WINSLOW

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$
Undivided p r o fits ..............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits .......................
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........
Cashier’s checks ..............................

19,100.00
1,561.09
10,500.00
14,101.42
1,855.00
40.25

Total ...................................................? 47,157.76

BANK OF WINSLOW
Incorporated September 9, 1907. Charter No. 244.

O fficers— A . N . Cole, President; T . P. Hulsey, V ice President; G . A . Winn, Cashier;
D irectors— A . N . Cole, Jay Fullbright, T . P. Hulsey, J. A . Winn, W . V . Land.

J. A . Winn,

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? ■ 3,761.90
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 16,416.85
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 3,252.72
Overdrafts .......................................... 2,237.32
Furniture and fixtures....................... 2,214.67
Banking house ..................................... 2,575.00
Due from reserve banks............... 3,234.64
Silver and fractional coin ........... 4,312.14
? 38,005.24
Total

WINTHROP

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
N otes rediscounted .......................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e ....
Other liabilities ..............................
Total

10,000.00
500.00
544.52
10,000.00
15,102.51
1,809.22
48.99

$ 38,005.24

WINTHROP BANKING CO.
(Private Bank)
W . D . Stephens, Owner.
Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 1,110.27
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 10,210.98
Loans on real e sta te ....................... 5,433.64
Overdrafts ..........................................
417.73
Furniture and fixtures................... 1,430.00
Other real e sta te .............................. 1,739.50
Due from non-reserve h a n k s...
64.70
Due from reserve banks.............
829.15
Checks on other banks.................
210.21
Currency ..............................................
422.00
Gold .......................................................
10.00
Silver and fractional coin ...........
573.73
Other resources ................................
820.29
T otal ....................................................? 23,272.20



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................? 10,000.00
Surplus ...................................... •.___
761.30
Undivided profits ..............................
647.55
Bills payable ...................................... 2,000.00
Individual deposits ....................... 9,508.35
Certificates of deposit, tim e.........
355.00

T otal .................................................... ? 23.272.20

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CADDO VALLEY BANK
Incorporated December 7, 1905. Charter No. 199.

O fficers— L. L . Beavers, President; D . W . Rowton, V ice President; W .
George Watkins, Cashier.
D irectors— L . C . Acruman, L . L . Beavers, W . B. Barton, D. W . Rowton,

B. Barton, V ice President;
George Watkins.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, d em an d ..$
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secured__
Loans on real e sta te.......................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and secu rities.........
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ..................................
Due from reserve banks...............
Currency ..............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
$
Total

WYNNE

1,610.00
7,060.82
13,314.45
2,004.14
121.48
323.65
1,000.00
400.00
11,803.02
2,538.00
425.00
721.72
41,322.28

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ........................
Certificates of deposit, tim e___
Cashier’s checks ............................

5,000.00
1,000.00
2,280.71
3,000.00
26.120.77
3,205.00
715.80

$ 41,322.28

Total

CROSS COUNTY BANK
Incorporated June 5, 1891. Charter No. 25.

O fficers— R . Block, President; J. E . Harris, V ice President; P. H . Hamilton, Cashier;
Coffin, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— R . Block, J. E . Harris, J. D . Block, H . A . Block, R . L . Block, E . J. Badinelli,
Hamilton.

*
statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and..? 21,500.00
Loans and discounts, unsecured 119,504.56
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 19,302.93
Loans on real esta te....................... 29,283.45
119.00
O verdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and securities......... 3,652.90
Furniture and fixtures.................
726.00
Banking house ................................ 2,500.00
Cash item s ........................................
2°4.62
Due from reserve banks............... 42,087.55
Currency .............................................. 5,238.00
Gold .......................................................
50.00
Silver and fractional coin ............. 3,046.97
Other resources ................................ 1,272.40
$248,578.38
Total

YARBRO

C . J.
D. H.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................? 30,000.00
Surplus ................................................. 30,000.00
Undivided profits ............................ 2,846.72
•Savings deposits ............................ 4,444.52
Individual deposits ....................... 135,587.31
Public funds .................................... 16,637.12
Certificates of deposit, demand. 3,500.00
Certificates of deposit, tim e .... 24,904.58
Reserved for in terest.....................
658.13

?248,578.38

Total

BANK OF YARBRO
Incorporated November 22, 1911. Charter No. 358.

O fficers— J. D . Huffman, President; D .
man, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— J. H . Henderson, L . Wheeler,

A . Huffman, Cashier;

J. Huff-

J. H . Huffman, A . Huffman, D . S. Ross.

Statement of October 31. 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, dem and.?
Loans and discounts, unsecured
Loans and discounts, secu red ...
Loans on real e sta te.......................
O verdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and s e c u r itie s .....
Furniture and fixtures.................
Banking house ................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Cash item s ..........................................
Due from reserve banks.............
Currency ...............................................
Gold .......................................................
Silver and fractional coin ...........
?
T otal



S. Ross, V ice President;

1,285.37
3.790.40
9,377.86
2,929.22
1.93
55.00
1,497.75
1,519.75
1.49
25.34
3,760.83
98.00
5.00
105.44
24,453.38

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................?
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Individual deposits ..........................

Total

6,450.00
1,500.00
315.45
6,500.00
9,687.93

? 24,453.38

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YELLVILLE

BANK OF YELLVILLE
Incorporated May 25, 1903. Charter No. 127.

O fficers— W . E . Layton, President; L . H . Layton, V ice President;
Layton, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . E . Layton, L . H . Layton, M rs. A . S. Layton.

P. T . Glass, Cashier; Ernest

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.? 9,582.79
Loans and discounts, secu red ... 40,569.31
Loans on real e sta te..................... 20.280.77
Overdrafts ..........................................
749.30
U. S. bonds ........................................ 1,040.00
Other bonds and securities.........
664.45
Furniture and fixtures.............!.. 3,000.00
Other real estate ........................... 6,064.26
Due from reserve banks............... 10,450.66
Checks on other banks................. 1,333.90
Currency .............................................. 3,933.00
Gold ....................................................... 1,185.00
Silver and fractional coin............. 1,925.44
Other resources .............................. 7,606.14
Total ...................................................$108,385.04

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................................$
Surplus .................................................
Undivided profits ............................
Bills payable ......................................
Savings deposits ..............................
Trust funds ........................................
Individual deposits : .....................
Cashier’s checks ..............................
Other liabilities ..................

25,000.00
5,000.00
2,141.24
6,000.00
12,300.00
92.94
57,651.14
192.28
7.44

Total ...................................................$108,385.04

YELLVILLE

MINERS AND CITIZENS BANK
Incorporated December 13, 1902. Charter No. 107.

O fficers— W . R. Jones, President; T . L .
sell, A sst. Cashier.
D irectors— W . R . Jones, J. F . Carson, J.

Statement of October 31, 1914.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, unsecured.?
Loans and discounts, secured..
Loans on real e sta te.....................
Overdrafts ..........................................
Other bonds and s e c u r itie s.........
Furniture and fixtures .................
Banking house ................................
Other real e s t a t e ..............................
Due from non-reserve b a n k s...
Due from reserve b a n k s ...............
Checks on other banks.................
Currency ..............................................
Gold .........................................................
Silver and fractional c o in .............
Other resources ..............................
$
Total




Bond, V ice President; J. F. Carson, Cashier; T . V . Rus'
L . McCarty, A . C. Seawel, T . L . Bond.

3,070.00
59,837.50
435.00
236.38
1,122.90
2,850.00
2,000.00
631.24
1,053.91
17,708.95
485.51
3,200.00
170.00
451.22
5,227-78
98.540.39

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ......................................$
Surplus ...................................................
Undivided profits ..............................
Savings d e p o s its ................................
Individual deposits .......................
Public funds ......................................
Cashier’s checks ..............................

Total

20,000.00
600.00
2,445.63
12,442.12
41,918.17
20,789.94
344.53

$ 98,540.39

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Combined abstract of reports of the private banks and banks not incorporated in
the State of Arkansas at the close of business October 31, 1914.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand. ..$ 13,510.92
Loans and discounts, unsecured. 50,706.72
Loans and discounts, secured... 130,357.29
Loans on real estate.......... 68.828.69
Overdrafts .....................
4,567.92
Other bonds and securities........... 1.494.97
Furniture and fixtures......... 5.939.30
Banking house ................................. 1.525.04
Other real estate.................... 2.139.50
Due from non-reserve b a n k s.... 8,498.49
Cash items ........................................
392.45
Due from reserve banks...... 56.794.77
Checks on other banks......... 1.837.27
Currency ............................................. 16,076.00
Gold .................................................... 1,198.50
Silver and fractional coin.............. 5.312.00
Other resources ............................... 1,217.09
Total resources ..........................$370,396.92

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .....................................$125,500.00
Surplus ...........
27.387.01
Undivided profits ............................. 9.978.83
Bills payable .................................... 37.000.00
Notes rediscounted ..................... 2,122.50
Individual deposits ..................... 139,279.84
Public funds ......................................
222.88
Due to non-reserve banks............... 3,018.46
Certificates of deposit,demand. .
291.16
Certificates of deposit,tim e .... 24,805.61
Cashier’s checks .............................
774.37
Other liabilities ...............................
16.26

Total liabilities .......................... $370,396.92

Total number reporting, 5.

Combined abstract of reports of the trust companies in the State of Arkansas at the
close of business October 31, 1914.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand.$
Loans and discounts, unse­
cured ........................................
Loans and discounts, secured
Loans on real estate.................
Overdrafts ...........................• • • •
Other bonds and securities..
Furniture and fixtures............
Banking house ..........................
Other real estate........................
Items in transit..........................
Bills of exchange........................
Due from non-reserve banks..
Cash items .................................
Due from reserve banks..........
Checks on other banks............
Currency ......................................
Gold ...............................................
Silver and fractional c o in ...
Other resources ........................
Total resources
Total number reporting, 47.




511.984.18
2,121,864.43
8,433,860.14
4,913,045.22
46,596.43
1,188,533.52
261.247.77
567.583.07
547.061.05
54.689.96
200.965.81
72,150.79
20,615.10
2,001,993.69
140,089.34
578,778.50
119,889.00
128.063.79
186.376.42

$22,095,388.21

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .............................; 5.086.875.00
Surplus ........................................ 1,080,227.08
Undivided profits .....................
550,499.93
Bills payable ............................... 2.471.500.00
Notes rediscounted .................
429.549.64
Savings accounts ...................... 2,360,877.79
Trust funds ...............................
134.022.46
4,089.50
Dividends unpaid . . ...............
6.334.771.42
Individual deposits .................
Public funds ............................. 1,194.394.89
Due to non-reserve banks. . . 326.067.42
Due to reserve banks..............
2.081.57
Certificates of deposit, de­
616,580.27
mand ...........................................
Certificates of deposit, tim e. . 1.164.471.42
Certificates for money bor­
124.000.00
rowed ........................................
29.025.43
Certified checks ........................
50.050.26
Cashier’s checks ......................
22.746.19
Reserved for interest..............
15.909.49
Reserved for taxes...................
97.648.45
Other liabilities ........................
$22,095,388.21
Total liabilities

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Combined abstract of reports of the State banks in the State of Arkansas at the
close of business October 31, 1914.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts, demand.$ 1,391,910.74
Loans and discounts, unse­
cured ........................................ 4,073,279.07
Loans and discounts, secured 20,858,492.02
Loans on real estate......... .. .. 5,922,815.13
Overdrafts ....................................
197.132.10
U. S. Bonds.................................
2,040.00
Bonds to secure postal sav­
ings ...........................................
8,202.17
Other bonds and securities. . 790,757.65
740.344.28
Furniture and fixtures............
Banking house .......................... 1,543,674.76
Other real estate........................
657.856.39
191.156.57
Items in transit..........................
Bills of exchange........................
149,165.78
Due from non-reserve banks..
411.239.99
Cash items .................................
77.863.88
Due from reserve b a n k s.... 5,297,810.73
246.024.84
Checks on other banks............
Currency ...................................... 1,119,741.47
Gold ...............................................
202.948.94
Silver and fractional c o in ...
368.381.16
Other resources ........................
437.785.06
Total resources ..................... $44,688,622.73
Total number reporting, 361.




LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .............................$ 8,663,767.50
Surplus ........................................ 2,598.383.79
Undivided profits ...................... 1,147,014.34
Bills payable ............................... 6,063,853.22
Notes rediscounted ...................
243.978.25
Savings accounts . ................... 1,195.275.28
2,347.80
Postal savings deposits............
Trust funds ...............................
4 129.05
Dividends unpaid .....................
1,819.74
Individual deposits ................. 16,355.056.83
Public funds ............................... 2,196,346.90
Due to non-reserve banks. . . 1,329,874.27
Due to reserve banks.................
37.689.74
Certificates of deposit, demand 1,210,905.54
Certificates of deposit, tim e.. 3,214,570.04
Certificates for money bor­
rowed ........................................
198.125.00
Certified checks ........................
10.756.79
Cashier’s checks ........................
120.597.81
Reserved for interest..............
6.440.81
Reserved for taxes...................
5.163.33
82.526.70
Other liabilities ........................
Total liabilities ..................... $44,688,622.73

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STATE OF ARKANSAS
BANK DEPARTMENT

Combined Abstract of Reports
RESOURCES.
March 4, 1914

Close of Business
June 30, 1914 Sept. 12, 1914

Oct. 31, 1914
Loans and discounts, de­
mand ......................................$ 3,496,167.73 $ 1,927,209.56 $ 1,619,966.44 $ 1,917,405.84
Loans and discounts, unse­
cured .................................... 6,059,405.70
6,201,352.91
5,933,449.97
6,245,850.22
Loans and discounts, secured 27,265,820.03 30,121,654.79 30,537.714.91 29,422,709.45
Loans' on real estate............ 10,589,661.35 11,181,467.38 11,138,836.15 10,904,689.04
626,466.25
Overdrafts ................................. 2,159,628.38
256,371.27
248,296.45
U. S. bonds.............................
1,040.00
2,040.00
1,040.00
2,040.00
Bonds to secure postal sav­
7,740.52
ings ........................................
.................
7,000.00
8,202.17
2,084,721.42
Other bonds and securities 2,380,135.88
1,896,034.44
1,980,786.14
F’remium on bonds.................
1,239.00
347.31
10.00
Furniture and fixtures.......... 1,054,972.54
1,003,299.66
990.915.23
1,007,531.35
Banking house ..................... 2,131,974.68
2,077,069.29
2,011,910.49
2,112,782.87
1,202,861.03
Other j-eal estate................... 1,146,442.99
1,209,914.38
1,207,056.94
264,515.49
Items '"in transit.....................
.................
245.846.53
Bills of exchange...................
695,969.30
211,601.79
129,490.01
350,131.59
Due from non-reserve banks 1,672,614.96
634.301.12
928,735.66
491,889.27
97,066.19
141,126.23
Cash items ...............................
188,050.79
98,871.43
8.539.561.15
7,356,599.19
Due from reserve banks. . . . 11,296,015.25
6,866,063.46
282.073.02
Checks on other banks. .
376,680.43
442.765.56
387,951.45
Currency ................................. 2,290,833.00
2,149,611.00
2.055.069.15
1,714,595.97
332.118.03
Gold .............................................
263,633.50
275,484.95
324,036.44
541,724.78
569.256.56
Silver and fractional coin ..
664,532.94
501,756.95
624.035.13
564,973.19
625,378.57
Other resources ...................
339,354.66
Total resources...................$74,074,173.11 $69,735,909.10 $67,953,056,77 $67,154,407.86
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock .......................... $14,066,326.87 $13,865,827.50 $13,900,817.50 $13,876,142.50
3,746,864.06
3,705,997.88
Surplus ...................................... 3,825,439.81
3,706,215.71
Undivided profits ................. 1,909,412.59
1,796,526.76
1,709,555.82
1,707,493.10
Bills payable .......................... 2,087,768.14
4.550.866.24
8,827,577.28
8,572,353.22
551,227.94
674,744.70
Notes rediscounted ..............
379,333.89
675,650.39
3,798,012.45
3,523,254.02
3.556.153.07
Savings acciunts ................... 3,985,887.45
4,515.90
2,347.80
6,852.89
Postal savings deposits. . . .
Trust funds ............................
114,048.38
110.695.06
146,614.93
138,151.51
22,644.82
72,153.13
5,387.43
5,909.24
Dividends unpaid .................
Individual deposits ............ 33,710,090.16 26,473,301.92 22,362,325.89 22,829,108.09
4,877,218.65
3.970.252.15
3,390,964.67
Public funds .......................... 2,890,681.06
2.064.591.24
1.774.090.16
1,658.960.15
Due to non-reserve banks.. 2,812,585.82
39,771.31
134,980.26
47,698.36
Due to reserve banks............
74,336.18
Certificates of deposit, de­
1,827,776.97
1,909,212.57
2,056,229.18
mand ...................................... 1,862.952,65
4.403.847.07
4,616,633.70
4,802,651,28
Certificates of deposit, time 5,423,137.01
Certificates for money bor­
322,125.00
360,891.44
365.350.06
rowed ...................................
339,425.00
39,782.22
47,965.48
57,672.08
50,377.13
Certified checks ...................
171,422.44
163,825.64
246,486.21
313,543.73
Cashier’s checks ...................
29.187.00
32,448.80
14,225.45
46,796.92
Reserved for interest............
21,072.82
13.817.38
8,448.60
37,717.43
Reserved for taxes.................
180,191.41
166,137.74
174,341.36
72,129.02
Other liabilities .....................
$74,074,173.11 $69,735,909.10 $67,953,056.77 $67,154,407.86
Total liabilities




5 Priv. banks
43 Trust C o’ s

5 Priv. banks

5 Priv. banks

5 Priv. banks
47 Trust C o’ s

383 State banks

47 Trust C o’ s
373 State banks

47 Trust Co’ s
363 State banks

361 State banks

431 Total

425 Total

415 Total

413 Total

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ABSTRACT OF REPORTS OF CONDITION OF NATIONAL
BANKS IN ARKANSAS
At Close of Business on October 31st, 1914.
Number in Arkansas, 59.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts.... $22,700,011.85
Overdrafts .................................... 317,329.07
United States bonds to secure
circulation .................................. 8,008,010.00
Other securities to secure
circulation .................................. 600,803.34
United States bonds to secure
United States deposits ___ 341,500.00
Other bonds to secure United
86,604.46
States deposits .......................
United States bonds on hand
10.00
Prem ium on United States
bonds ............................................
7,033.13
Bonds, securities, etc. (other
than stocks) .............................. 503,324.56
Stocks ..............................................
58,957.65
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures ........................................ 683,967.85
Other real estate ow ned......... 248,771.39
Due from other national
banks .......................................... 1,161,880.40
Due from state and private
banks and bankers, etc----- 730,148.80
Due from approved reserve
agents ........................................ 2,198,370.08
Checks and other cash item s 139,485.47
Exchanges for clearing house 124,701.35
N otes of other national banks 237,522.00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cen ts......
29,023.33
Specie ............................................... 1,035,932.20
Legal tender n otes........ 263.j829.00
Total cash (item s four last
stated) ........................................ 1,566,306.53
Five per cent redemption
fund ............................................... 163,800.00
Due from United States
Treasurer ..................................
300.00
Total ............................................$34,641,315.93




LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in .................$ 5,301,000.00
Surplus fund ................................ 2,367.675.00
Undivided profits, less ex­
penses .......................................... 963,446.99
Reserved for ta x es.....................
7,174.58
National bank notes out­
standing ...................................... 3,299,710.00
Due to other national banks 685,411.07
Due to state and private
banks and bankers............... 1,747,342.09
Due to trust com panies and
savings banks .........................
445,037.42
Due to approved reserve
agents ..........................................
926.59
Dividends unpaid .......................
26,024.90
Individual deposits ................... 16,642,887.94
United States deposits............. 243,113.91
Postal savings deposits............. 175,788.93
United States bonds borrowed
10,000.00
N otes and bills rediscounted. 1,033,632.16
Bills payable ................................ 1,687,000.00
Other liabilities .........................
5,144.35

Total ............................................ $34,641,315.93




INVESTMENT COMPANIES
BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS
ASSOCIATIONS
AND

STOCK COMPANIES.







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ARGENTA

ARGENTA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— J. F . Peugh, President; E.
Houston Gean, Treasurer.
D irectors— J. F . Peugh, E. O . Manees,

O . Manees, Vice President;

C . J. Humphreys, Secretary;

C . J. Humphreys, Houston Gean.

Statement of June 30. 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ....................................$ 2,281.37
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 151,325.00
Loans on stock secu rity................. 9,527.61
Real estate ........................................ 3.235.34
Delinquent dues ............................... 1,090.08
Accounts receivable .....................
191.12
Furniture and fixtu res...................
225.00
10.25
Other assets ......................................
Total ............................................... $167,885.77

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) .............$110,222.05
Bills payable .................................... 19.950.00
Undivided profits ............................. 34,422.12
Personal accounts .......................... 3.291.60
Total ............................................... $167,885.77

LITTLE ROCK

LITTLE ROCK BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION No, 6 (Permanent)

O fficers— Robert E . W ait, President; John A . Adams, V ice President;
J.
R. Vinson, Treasurer.
D irectors— Robert E . Wait, John A . Adams, Frank Wittenberg, J. R .

Frank Wittenberg, Secretary;
Vinson, W . L . Reaves, Fred

W . Allsopp, T . H . Bunch, James N . Johnson.
Statement of June 30. 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ....................................$ 27,421.23
Loans on mortgage-security . . . . 167,106.67
Other a s s e ts ........................................ 5.187.85
$199,715.75
Total

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............... $154,452.00
Contingent or reserve fund..................................8,661.73
Undivided profits .......................... 36,602.02
$199,715.75
Total

LITTLE ROCK

ARKANSAS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION (Perpetual)

O fficers— O . P. Robinson, President; M ax Mayer, Vice President; Arthur Cardwell, Secretary.
D irectors— O . P. Robinson, M ax Mayer, Arthur Cardwell, George Thornburgh, John E. Coates,
George R. Brown, J. B. Bateman, W . A . M ay, G . H . Lyon.

Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $ 8,084.28
Loans on mortgage security . ’. . . 633.300.00
Loans on stock security .............. 17,360.00
Real e sta te ........................................... 36.499.68
Accounts receivable ........................ 1,823.80
Furniture and fixtu res................... 1,431.00
Interest and expenses..................... 29,357.34
Total ............................................... $727,856.10

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) .............$532,316.32
Bills payable ...................................... 40,000.00
Undivided profits ............................. 154.849.05
Personal accounts ..........................
690.73
Total ............................................... $727,856.10

LITTLE ROCK

TRAVELERS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION (Perpetual)

O fficers— Joe Asher, President; H . S. Spivey, Vice President; Thos. Lonergan, V ice
J.
M . Bracey, Secretary; W . M . Kavanaugh, Treasurer.
D irectors— Joe Asher, H . S. Spivey, Thos. Lonergan, J. M . Bracey, W . M . Kavanaugh,

President;
George E .

Shelton, S. C . Scull, George W . Clark, Joe P. Waldenberger, William Birse, Sr.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................. $ 3,035.01
Loans on mortgage security. . . 98.737.29
Delinquent dues ............................
3.044.57
Accounts receivable .....................
188.12
Furniture and fixtu res............
160.65
Stationery and su p p lies..............
79.80
Other assets ...................................
2.700.70
Bills receivable ............................... 19.753.88
Total
$127,700.02



LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues)
Bills p ayab le...............................
P'ersonal accounts ...................
Other liabilities ........................
Total

$110,128.45
7,300.00
29.90
10.241.67
$127,700.02

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FORT SMITH

HOME MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— P. Isaacson, President; Fred Schlueter, Vice President; George H . Lyman, Secretary;
August Reichert, Treasurer.
D irectors— P. Isaacson, Fred Schlueter, George H . Lyman, August Reichert, Lewis Friedman, H . P.
Lyman, Allan Kennedy, John J. Guler.

Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $ 3,280.99
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 663,950.00
Furniture and fixtu res...................
211.10
Total
$667,442.09

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (d u es)..............$473,590.80
Bills payable ...................................... 33.935.00
Other liabilities ............................... 159.916.29
$667,442.09
Total

LITTLE ROCK

PEOPLES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— L . W . Cherry, President; L .
Butterfield, Treasurer.
D irectors— L . W . Cherry, L . B. Leigh,

B . Leigh, Vice President; J. H . H ollis, Secretary; R . M .
J. H . H ollis, R . M . Butterfield, W . H . Pemberton, George

McLean, J. E. Coates.

Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Loans on mortgage secu rity...........$451,278.45
Loans on stock security ............... 27.238.92
Real e sta te ........................................... 1.806.52
Delinquent dues ............................ 3,224.70
Accounts receivable ........................
833.70
Furniture and fixtu res................... 1.000.00
Other assets ...................................... 4.426.22
Total
$489,808.51

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (d u es)............ $422,509.30
Due borrowers (incomplete loans) 2,530.96
Bills payable ...................................... 28.707.29
Contingent or reserve fund . . . . 26,718.39
Undivided profits ............................. 9,090.88
Other liab ilities.................................
251.69
$489,808.51

Total

LITTLE ROCK

LADIES BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION

O fficers— Jas. J. Mandlebaum, President; A sa R . Bragg, V ice President;
tary; C . A . Pratt, Treasurer.
D irectors— Jas. J. Mandlebaum, A sa R . Bragg, J. H . Bilheimer, C . A .
J.

J. H . Bilheimer, Secre­
Pratt, G . A . A . Deane,

A . Van Etten, Harry Lasker, Leo Pfeifer.

Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $
859.86
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 416,575.00
Real estate ........................................ 8.543.19
Delinquent dues ............................... 9.359.83
Accounts receivable ........................ 1.002.14
Bills receivable ............................... 71.952.28
T o ta l............................................... .'$508,292.30

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) .............$373,058.90
Advance payment s to c k ................. 6,780.00
Due borrowers (incomplete loans) 5,500.00
Bills payable ...................................... 23,800.00
Contingent or reserve fu n d .......... 4,785.38
Undivided profits ............................. 92,721.64
Other liab ilities................................. 1,646.38
T o ta l..................................................$508,292.30

LITTLE ROCK

COMMONWEALTH BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— L . B. Leigh,
Kahn, Treasurer.
D irectors— L . B. Leigh,

President; J. T . Boat, V ice President;

J. G . Leigh,

Secretary;

Herman

J. T . Boal, J. G . Leigh, Herman Kahn, F . D . Watkins, J. H . H ollis.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ....................................$
214.19
Loans on mortgage secu rity.......... 121,963.14
Loans on stock security............... 5,821.39
Accounts receivable ......................
386.48
Furniture and fixtu res...................
122.95
Bills receivable .................................
18J6.02
Total .................................................$128,694.17



LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............$ 98,488.37
Advance payment s to c k ................. 9.557.75
Bills payable ....................................... 11.579.78
Undivided profits ............................. 8,714.48
Other liabilities .............................
353.79
Total .................................................$128,694.17

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LITTLE ROCK

AMERICAN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF LITTLE ROCK

O fficers— L . S. Smothers, President; Chas. S. Stifft, V ice President; W . L . Deloney,
Herman Kahn, Secretary; G . W . Rogers, Auditor.
D irectors— L . S. Smothers, Chas. S. Stifft, W . L . Deloney, Herman Kahn, G . W . Rogers.

Secretary;

Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ....................................$ 2,968,45
Loans on mortgage secu rity .......... 661,655.00
Loans on stock secu rity................. 17,995.95
Real estate ........................................ 32,377.81
Delinquent dues ............................... 22,685.88
Insurance and taxes due from bor­
958.99
rowers .........................
Accounts receivable ........................ 26,798.04
506.00
Furniture and fixtu res...................
Other assets ......................................
815.71
Bills receivable ............................... 1,195.55
$767,957.38
Total

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............ $713,230.37
Interest paid in advance .............. 3.686.25
Due borrowers (incomplete loans) 2.400.09
Contingent or reserve fu n d .......... 47.153.19
Personal accounts............................. 1.487.48

Total

$767,957.38

HOT SPRINGS

EQUITABLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION No. 1 (Permanent)

O fficers— E . T . Klein, President; M . J. Henderson, V ice President; W . S. Sorrells, Secretary
Treasurer; Hiram A . Whittington, Manager.
D irectors— E . T . Klein, M . J. Henderson, W . S. Sorrells, Hiram C . Whittington, S. P. Collins.

and

Statement of June 30. 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on h a n d ......................................$ 1,356.08
Loans on mortgage secu rity.......... 120,895.09
Stationery and supplies.................
331.61
Bills receivable ................................. 2,510.00
T o ta l................................................. $125,092.78

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) .............. $ 60,096.16
Matured stock unpaid ................... 11,000.00
Unearned prem ium .......................... 20.418.54
Bills payable ...................................... 32,117.70
Undivided profits ............................. 1,460.38
T o ta l..................................................$125,092.78

FAYETTEVILLE

THE FAYETTEVILLE NATIONAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— George T . Lake, President; H . K. Wade, Vice President; H . F . Reagan, 'Secretary;
M cllroy, Treasurer.
D irectors— George T . Lake, H . K. Wade, H . F . Reagan, J. H . M cllroy, S. E . M arrs, J. W .

J. H .
M as-

sengale, J. C . Mitchell, C . W . Phillips, W . N . Yates.

Statement of June 30. 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................. .$ 6,147.28
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 15,175.00
50.00
Loans on stock secu rity.................
Insurance and taxes due from bor­
rowers .............................................
4.00
Furniture and fixtu res...................
150.50
Bills receivable .................................
860.00
Total ...............................................$ 22,386.78

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ...............$ 7,687.44
Undivided profits ............................. 14.699.34

Total ............................................... $ 22,386.78

LITTLE ROCK

PULASKI BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— Aaron Frank, President; A . C . Read, Vice President; C . T . Walker, Secretary; J. R.
Vinson, Treasurer.
D irectors— Aaron Frank, A . C. Read, C . T . Walker, J. R . Vinson, M . B. Sanders, R . C . Bright,
Fred Rossner, P. D. Scott, Jr., James Lawson, J. H . Stanley.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $
Loans on mortgage security. . . .
Loans on stock security ..............
Total
$



1,609.58
45,820.00
2,687.00
50,116.58

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ...............$
Bills payable .....................................
Undivided profits .............................
Total
$

39,481.68
9,537.50
1,097.40
50,116.58

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FORT SMITH

PEOPLES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— Henry Kuper, Jr., President; J. W . Morton, Vice President; A .
H . C . Hoffman, Treasurer.
D irectors— Henry Kuper, Jr., J. W . Morton, A . N . Sicard, H . C . Hoffman,

N . Sicard, Secretary;
Ben W olf, W m . W eg-

man, P. E . McShane, B. J. Dunn, J. G . M iller, B. A . Uptmoor.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $ 13,784.33
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 448,825.00
Real estate ........................................ 7.376.59
Accounts receivable ........................ 1.570.56
Bills receivable ...............................
600.00
Total ............................................... $472,156.48

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) .............$362,623.11
Due borrowers (incomplete loans)
298.86
Bills payable .................................... 86.976.00
Contingent or reserve fund . . . . 2.810.34
Undivided profits ............................. 17.248.90
Other liabilities ............................... 2.199.27
Total ............................................... $472,156.48

FORT SMITH

FIDELITY LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY

O fficers— R . T .
Treasurer.
D irectors— R. T .

Powell,

President;

J. S. Albin, V ice

President;

A.

E. Hardin,

Secretary and

Powell, J. S. Albin, A . E . Hardin.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $ 1,908.80
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 4,066.82
Real estate ........................................
200.00
Total ............................................... $ 6,175.62

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............ $ 6,101.77
Undivided profits .............................
73.85
Total ............................................... $ 6,175.62

LITTLE ROCK

YOUNG MEN’S BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION (Perpetual)

O fficers— George W . Clark, President; H . G . Martin, V ice
Ed Cornish, Treasurer.
D irectors— George W . Clark, H . G . Martin, W . C . Tunnah,

President; W . C . Tunnah, Secretary;
Ed Cornish, Robert J. Lea, Chas. L .

M iller, Thos. H. Simms, P. C . Ewing.

Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $
595.04
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 91,450.00
Furniture and fixtures .................
232.75
Bills receivable ............................... 2,854.00
Total ............................................... $ 95,131.79

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............ $ 77,940.00
Undivided profits ............................. 17.191.79
Total .................................................$ 95,131.79

JONESBORO

YOUNG M EN’S BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— Y . A . Cole, Jr., President; G . W . Culberhouse, Vice President; J. E . Parr, Treasurer;
W . C . Haynes, Secretary.
D irectors— Y . A . Cole, Jr., G . W . Culberhouse, H . A . Stroud, G . G . Brooks, W . M . Freeze, Z . B.
Belew, J. E. Parr, John R . W est, J. F . Young, W . C . Haynes.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ...................................$
467.13
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 63,150.00
Loans on stock security. 3,402.00
Delinquent dues and interest . . .
310.56
Insurance and taxes due from bor­
rowers .............................................
71.40
Furniture and fixtu res.
119.99
Total
$ 67,521.08



LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............$ 47,821.08
Bills payable .................................... 19.700.00

Total

$ 67,521.08

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TEXARKANA

TEXARKANA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— Noah P. Sanderson,
Secretary and Treasurer.
D irectors— Noah P. Sanderson,
J.

President; Francis W . Mullins, Vice President; Thomas H . Simms,

Francis W . M ullins, Thomas H . Simms, W . H . Arnold, Henry M oore,
S. Ragland, J. G . W ood.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $ 7,905.68
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 247,036.88
Loans on stock security.............. 11,121.00
Real estate ........................................
396.76
Accounts receivable ........................
652.82
299.84
Furniture and fixtures .................
Other assets ...................................... 1.879.73
Bills receivable ................................. 12.200.00
Total
$281,492.71

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............ $202,661.50
Due borrowers (incomplete loans)
594.32
Bills payable .................................... 6 , 000.00
Contingent or reserve fu n d .........
115.44
Undivided profits ............................ 51.621.45
Other liabilities (bonds) ............ 20,500.00
Total

$281,492.71

DARDANELLE

DARDANELLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION (Perpetual)

O fficers— R.
D

C . Bullock, President; A . A . Flater, Vice President; C . D . Singer, Secretary; L . C .
Adams, Treasurer.
irectors — R. C . Bullock, A . A . Flater, C .
Singer,
C . Adams, C .
Hall, C . C . Conlee,
G.
Catlett, J. M . Nolen,
W . Farrier.

D.

E.

L.

E.

S.

Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ....................................$
Loans on mortgage security . . . .
Accounts receivable ...........
Other assets ...................................
Total ............................................... $

2,713.11
65,452^00
90.09
2,189.43
70,444.63

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............$ 52,538.35
Undivided profits ............................. 17,906.28
Total ................................................ $ 70,444.63

BLYTHEVILLE

THE MISSISSIPPI COUNTY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— B. F . Gay, President; P. E. Cooley, V ice
Treasurer.
O fficers— B. F . Gay, P. E. Cooley, B. A . Lynch,

President; B. A . Lynch, Secretary; A . M . Butt,

A . M . Butt, J. A . M ott, A . C . Lange, C . H .
Windt, P. Rosenthal, J. W . Brown, F . O . Eckels.
Statement of June 30. 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand................................... $
90.00
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 31,300.00
Loans on stock secu rity.................
295.00
Other assets ......................................
694.93
Total ............................................... $ 32,379.93

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............$
Interest paid in ad van ce..............
Bills payable ....................................
Undivided profits ..........................
Personal accounts ..........................
Other liabilities . . ...........................
Total ............................................... $

28,945.00
1,396.20
139.91
1,792.57
70.61
35.64
32,379.93

LITTLE ROCK

MECHANICS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— A . H . Lange, President; P.
E . E. Johnson, Treasurer.
D irectors— A . H . Lange, P. F . Lenea,

F . Lei ea, Vice

President;

Frank Wittenberg,

Secretary;

Frank Wittenberg, E . E. Johnson, E. B. Hamilton,

Leo

Pfeifer.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand................................... $
Loans on mortgagesecurity . . . .
Real estate ........................................
Furniture and fixtu res...................
Other assets ......................................
Total
$



330.65
34,547.00
5,334.07
427.22
2.990.98
43,629.92

L IA B IL IT IE S .

Due shareholders (dues) ............$ 31,743.63
Advance payment stock .............
829.93
Bills payable .................................... 11,000.00
Undivided profits ...........................
56.36
Total

$ 43.629.92

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FAYETTEVILLE

FAYETTEVILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— E . B. Harrison, President; A . S. Grigg, V ice President; F . S.
Ilroy, Treasurer.
D irectors— E. B. Harrison, A . S. Grigg, F . S. Raidel, F . P. H all, C .
J.

Raidel, Secretary; J. M . M cO . Hansard, L . R . Putman,

C . Futrall, B. F . Shannon, J. M . M cllroy.

Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
311.40
Cash on hand ................................... $
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 20,725.00
Other assets ......................................
13.47
Total .............. .................................$ 21,049.87

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............$ 19.817.66
Undivided profits ............................. 1,232.21
Total ................................................$ 21,049.87

LITTLE ROCK

STATE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— Chas. McKee, President; J. B.
D irectors— Chas. McKee, J. B. Bateman,

, V ice President; S. C . Bossmger, Secretary.
S. C. Bossinger, E . O . Bagley, H . E . Cunningham, Fred

E . Sutton, Lawrence Rudolph.

Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $
Loans on mortgage security . . . .
Delinquent dues ...............................
Accounts receivable ........................
Furniture and fixtu res...................
Bills receivable ...............................
Total ............................................... $

HELENA

1.707.36
78.300.00
1,755.91
329.18
268.80
16.535.59
98,896.84

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............$
Interest paid in advance ............
Bills payable ....................................
Personal accounts ..........................
Other liabilities ...............................

83,114.00
1.601.94
9.750.00
27.50
4,403.40

Total ............................................... $ 98,896.84

PEOPLES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— Greenfield Quarles, President; E. S. Ready, V ice President; Jacob Fink, Secretary.
D irectors— Greenfield Quarles, E . S. Ready, Jacob Fink, S. C . Moore, Lee Pendergrass, R . C . Burke,
M . E . W est, Eli Newman, A . L . Tanner.

Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $
38.93
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 276,415.00
Delinquent dues ............................... 1,601.20
Total ............................................... $278,055.13

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) .............$199,229.25
Bills payable .................................... 7,000.00
Undivided profits ............................. 71,816.63
Other liabilities ...............................
9.25
Total ............................................... $278,055.13

FORT SMITH

SEBASTIAN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— Rudolph Ney, President; W .
H . B. Herrendeen, Treasurer.
D irectors— Rudolph N ey, W . H . Bruce,

H . Bruce, V ice President;

C . W . L . Armour, Secretary;

C . W . L . Armour, H . B . Herrendeen, C . C . Calvert, John
Kerwin, W ill C . Friesch, A . H . Morrow, O . E . Carnes.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ....................................$
658.31
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 29,303.85
Delinquent dues ...............................
363.13
Insurance and taxes due from bor­
rowers .............................................
30.30
Furniture and fixtures ...................
540.00
$ 30,895.59
Total



LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) . . . : . . $ 22,757.40
Bills p ayab le....................................... 7,000.00
Undivided profits ........................... 1,138.19
Total

$ 30,895.59

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HELENA

HOME MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— W . N .
D irectors— W . N .

Straub,

President;

H . S. Hornor, V ice President;

Jos. C . Meyers,

Secretary;

Straub, H . S. Hornor, Jos. C . Meyers, C. C . Agee, S. S. Faulkner, G . T . Updegraff, Hugh Martin, A . Ball, H . Lohman, David Solomon, J. B. Butts.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ....................................$ 24,428.76
Loans on mortgagesecurity . . . . 503,775.00
Loans on stock security .............. 22.295.00
Real estate ........................................ 4.500.00
Delinquent dues ............................... 3,578.55
Total ............................................... $558,577.31

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) .............$413,215.50
Due borrowers (incomplete loans) 1,508.00
.................... 134.103.94
Undivided profits
Other liabilities ............................... 9.749.87
Total ................................. ............. $558,577.31

LITTLE ROCK

MERCANTILE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers — M . Kirst, President; A . Brizzolara, Vice President; W . L . Hemingway, Secretary; M . L.
Altheimer, Treasurer.
D irectors — M . Kirst, A . Brizzolara, W . L . Hemingway, M . L . Altheimer, Fred H otze, M ax H eiman, M . B. Sanders, H . M . Trieber.
Statement of June 30. 1914.

ASSETS.
Loans on mortgage security . . . . $ 89,375.00
Loans on stock security .............. 14,138.50
Delinquent dues ............................... 3.061.78
Other assets ......................................
36.00
Bills receivable ............................... 47.962.16
Total ............................................... $154,573.44

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) .............$129,733.25
Bills payable .................................... 4.162.04
Undivided profits ............................. 20,517.15
Other liabilities ...............................
161.00
Total ............................................... $154,573.44

EUREKA SPRINGS

EUREKA SPRINGS LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY

O fficers— C . F . Ellis, President; R.
Treasurer.
D irectors— C . F . Ellis, R . G . Floyd,
J. W . True, F . C . Puckett.

G . Floyd, V ice President;
Russ

D.

Russ D . W ilson, Secretary and

W ilson, F . O . Butt, F . L . Allen, Z . P. Freeman,

Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ....................................$
16.95
Loans on mortgage secu rity .... 13 063.86
Insurance and taxes due from bor­
rowers .......................
132.98
Stationery and supplies ..............
106.30
Other assets ......................................
161.00
Total ............................................... $ 13,481.09

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............$ 12.948.73
Interest paid in ad van ce..............
440.70
Due borrowers (incomplete loans)
1.60
Contingent undivided p r o fits....
73.04
17.02
Other liabilities ......................................
Total ............................................... $ 13,481.09

TEXARKANA

GATE CITY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers — R . J. O ’Dwyer, President; E . F . Burk, Vice President; F . W . Offenhauser, Secretary and
Treasurer.
D irectors — R . J. O ’Dwyer, E . F . Burk, F . W . Offenhauser, Otto Hoffman, Louis Heilbrow, John
P.

Klein, W . A . McCartney, W . H . Arnold, W . A . Robinson.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ....................................$ 4,775.71
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 466.151.84
Real estate ........................................ 13.299.20
Accounts receivable ........................
287.28
Other assets ...................................... 3.236.12
Total
$487,750.15



LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............$319,543.28'
Bills payable ......................... ........... 98.500.00
Undivided profits .........................
69,706.87
Total

$487,750.15

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NASHVILLE

CITIZENS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— Jas. I. Latimer, President;
and Treasurer.
D irectors— Jas. I. Latimer, George H .

George H . Coleman, Vice President; A . B. Clark, Secretary
Coleman, A . B. Clark, N . B. Coleman, H . B. Corruth, W . K.

Haller, M ike Pope, J. C . Sain.

Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $
38.32
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 46,500.00
Delinquent dues and interest . . .
279.73
Furniture and fixtures .................
80.00
Total ...............................................$ 46,898.05

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............$ 37,394.85
Bills payable .................................... 9,503.20
Total ............................................... $ 46,898.05

JONESBORO

JONESBORO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— V . C . Pettie, President; J. H . Little, V ice President; J. V . Bell, Secretary;
Treasurer.
D irectors— V . C . Pettie, J. H . Little, J. V . Bell, W . T . Lane, J. C . Hawthorne, J.
D.

W . T . Lane,
R . Gregson,

T . Rogers, J. H . Hawthorne, C . B. Gregg, J. E . McKee.
Statement of June 30. 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $ 4,464.14
Loans on mortgagesecurity . . . . 224,720.25
Furniture and fixtures .................
150.00
Other assets ...................................... 1.493.27
Bills receivable ...............................
334.86
Total ............................................... $231,162.52

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) .............$133,076.55
Dividends on stock (credited) . . 39.217.53
Matured stock unpaid ................. 7,500.00
Due borrowers (incomplete loans)
904.58
Bills payable ...................................... 50,000.00
Undivided profits ..........................
350.23
Other liabilities ...............................
113.63
Total ............................................... $231,162.52

BATESVILLE

BATESVILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— T . J. Walbert, President; H .
Thomas, Treasurer.
D irectors— T . J. Walbert, H . C . Wade,
P.

C . Wade, Vice President; Chas. M osley, Secretary; Paxton

Chas. Mosley, Paxton Thomas, W . P. Jones, Chas. F . Cale,
N . Varnett, A . D . Swift, W . L . Landers, H . B. Kennerly, John P. W olf.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $ 4.329.64
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 16,700.00
Other assets ......................................
375.09
Expense ...............................................
500.05
Total ............................................... $ 21,904.78

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............$
Interest paid in ad van ce...............
Due borrowers (incomplete loans)
Bills payable ....................................
Total ................................................$

14,322.00
1.257.78
1.500.00
4,825.00
21,904.78

LITTLE ROCK

CITIZENS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— Fred Rossner, President;
Robert E . W ait, Treasurer.
D irectors— Fred Rossner, Chas. E .
Mitchell,

A.

B. Poe,

G. W.

Chas. E . Taylor,

Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ....................................$
513.49
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 156,000.00
Delinquent dues ..................
3.592.76
Accounts receivable ........................ 1.875.26
Bills receivable ............................... 13.581.11
$175,562.62
T otal'



V ice President;

R. W .

Porter, Secretary;

Taylor, R . W . Porter, Robert E . W ait, Aaron Frank, W . S.
Caron.

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) .............$133,599.75
Interest paid in advance ............
725.74
Due borrowers (incomplete loans) 9,395.84
880.00
Bills payable ....................................
Undivided profits ............................. 30.961.29
$175,562.62
Total

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HELENA

HELENA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— S. Straub, President; B. M .
mon, Treasurer.
D irectors— S. Straug, B. M . Isaacs, E .

Isaacs, V ice President; E . R. Crum, Secretary; Louis Solo­
R. Crum, Louis Solomon.

Statement of June 30. 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $
Loans on mortgage security . . . .
Loans on stock security ...............
Accounts receivable ........................
Total ............................................... $

2,451.01
77,885.00
1.790.00
1,223.30
83,349.31

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............$
Interest ...............................................
Bills payable ....................................
Other liabilities ...............................
Total ............................................... $

59,450.50
492.93
15.700.00
7.705.88
83.349.31

BATESVILLE

PEOPLES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— D . D . Adams, President; T . B. Padgett, V ice
calf, Treasurer.
D irectors— D . D . Adams, T . B. Padgett, J. Rich, C . D .

President; J. Rich,'Secretary; C . D . M et­
Metcalf, J. C . Fitzhugh, H . Schott, F . P.

Albright, C . C . Fitzhugh, S. M . Casey, J. W . Glenn.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $
362.84
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 28,200.25
Delinquent dues and interest . .
561.60
29,124.69

Total

LIABILITIES
Due shareholders (dues) . .
Interest paid in advance . .
Bills payable ...........................
Undivided profits ...................
Other liabilities .....................
Total

$ 17,994.25
316.31
7.500.00
3,132.43
181.70
29,124.69

LITTLE ROCK

EQUITABLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— W . L . Reaves, President; O . P. Robinson, V ice President;
Treasurer.
D irectors— W . L . Reaves, O . P. Robinson, R . W . Rightsell, B . W .

R. W . Rightsell, Secretary and
Torreyson, J. W . House, Gus

Blass, J. A . Watkins.

Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $ 8,149.37
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 78.800.00
Real estate ........................................ 1.536.87
Accounts receivable ........................ 3.306.45
Fixtures and stationery ...............
416.97
Other assets ...................................... 7.697.95
Bills receivable ................................. 10,874.74
Total
$110,782.35

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............$
Due borrowers (incomplete loans)
Contingent undivided profits . . .
Bills payable ......................................
Contingent or reserve fund. . . .
Total

66,985.50
10,141.85
26.395.20
6,879.14
380.66

$110,782.35

LITTLE ROCK

GERMAN-AMERICAN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION (Perpetual)

O fficers— Fred Rossner, President; U . G . Martin, V ice President; L . E . Walther, Secretary; A n ­
drew Karcher, Treasurer.
D irectors— Fred Rossner, U . G . Martin, L . E . Walther, Andrew Karcher, A . C . Penzel, W m . H eibach, August Probst, M . J. Cole, John Schmelzer, C . J. Kramer.
Statement of June 30. 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $ 1,194.50
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 22,062.70
Real estate ........................................ 6.674.02
Accounts receivable ........................ 10,003.11
Furniture and fixtures .................
251.80
Other assets ...................................... 69,975.00
Total .................................................$110,161.13



LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) ............$ 90.876.75
Contingent undivided profits . . . . 6,221.38
Bills payable .................................... 12,649.00
Personal accounts ..........................
414.00
Total .................................................$110,161.13

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LITTLE ROCK

CAPITAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION (Perpetual)

O fficers— Chas. S. Stifft, President; L .
Reyburn, Treasurer.
D irectors— Chas. S. Stifft, L . B. Leigh,

B. Leigh, V ice President; V . Sugarman, Secretary;

S. W .

V . Sugarman, S. W . Reyburn, Gordon N . Peay, Moorhead
Wright, A . D . Cohn, J. F . Loughborough, R, W . Polk, S. L . Kahn, T . H . Bunch.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ....................................$
160.54
Loans on mortgage secu rity.......... 269,903.15
Loans on stock sec u r ity ............... 35,776.70
Real estate ........................................ 20.489.31
Taxes .....................
155.27
Accounts receivable ........................
249.57
279.15
Furniture and fixtu res...................
Other assets ......................................
398.24
Series balances ................................. 439.473.52
Total ............................................... $766,885.45

LIABILITIES.
Due stockholders (dues) .............$724,050.00
Interest paid in advance ............... 6,195.89
Due borrowers (incomplete loans.... 1,670.23
Bills payable ..................................... 31,500.00
Contingent or reserve fu n d .......... 2,500.00
Other liabilities ...............................
969.33
Total ............................................... $766,885.45

STUTTGART

STUTTGART BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

O fficers— George C. Lewis, President; J. D .
D irectors— George C . Lewis, J. D . Porter,

Porter, Vice President; C . H . Denslow, Secretary.
C . H . Denslow, John L . Ingram, Jack Shreve, Theo
Muense, H . E. Duensing, E . A . Draeger, C . M . Johnston, Louis Buerkle.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
LIABILITIES.
Cash on hand ................................... $
244.42 Due shareholders (dues)
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 5,000.00 Bills payable .............................
Bills receivable ............................... 28.745.00
Expense ...............................................
410.58
34,400.00
Total
Total

30,500.00
3,900.00
34,400.00

DENVER, COL.

MIDLAND SAVINGS AND LOAN COMPANY

O fficers— F . E . Carringcr, President; C . C . St. Clair, V ice President; Fred W . Carringer, Secretary
and Treasurer.
D irectors— F . E . Carringer, C . C . St. Clair, Fred W . Carringer, A . J. Bryant, D r. J. P. W illard.
Statement of June 30. 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on h a n d ..................._
.............$
6,763.54
Loans on mortgage security . . . 1,047,636.12
Loans on stock secu rity ............
61.773.90
69,802.23
Real estate ......................................
Accounts receivable......................
5,316.34
Other assets .................................
43.040.68
Total .............................................$1,234,332.81

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (d u es)............$1,102,150.83
Contingent or reserve fund . . .
72.424.70
Undivided p rofits..........................
58,255.86
1,501.42
Personal accounts ........................
Total ............................................. $1,234,332.81

BELTON, TEX.

NATIONAL EQUITABLE SOCIETY OF BELTON

O fficers— E . C . Clabaugh, President; D . R .
tary; W . C . Rylander, Treasurer.
D irectors— E . C . Clabaugh, D . R . Pendleton,

Pendleton, V ice President;

Henry A . Hanna, Secre­

Henry A . Hanna, W . C . Rylander, O . Lusk, Albert
McKay, O . P. Pyle, O . W . H . M cCall, B. B. Bray.
Statement of June 30, 1914.

ASSETS.
Cash on hand ................................... $
947.79
Loans on mortgage security . . . . 96.843.8o
Stocks and b o n d s..............*........... 3.000.00
Real e sta te ........................................... 69,220.22
Accounts receivable ........................ 4,415.72
Furniture and fixtu res...................
907.06
Other assets ...................................... 80.417.37
Bills receivable ................................. 4.909.72
Total
$260,661.68



LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders (dues) .............$171,302.00
Bills payable .................................... 13.728.18
Contingent or reserve f u n d ................................... 54,260.04
Undivided profits ............................. 11.667.38
Personal accou n ts............................. 2.318.90
Other liabilities ............................... 7,385.18
Total

$260,661.68

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Combined abstract of the reports ot the building and loan associations doing
business in the State of Arkansas at the close of business June 30, 1914.
ASSETS.
Cash ..................................................$ 146,610.08
Loans secured by mortgage . . . . 8,080,969.16
Loans secured by sto c k ............... 234,272.97
Series b alances............................... 439,473.52
Real estate ...................................... 281.291.81
Bills receivable ............................. 235,054.91
Miscellaneous ................................. 227.739.99
Accounts receivable.....................
60,543.08
Dues and interest’ delinquent ..
54,510.28
Expense account ..........................
30.267.97
Furniture and fixtures.................
7,780.78
Insurance and taxes paid for
borrowers ...................................
1,352.94
Office su p p lies...............................
- 517.71
Total .............................................$9,800,385.20

LIABILITIES.
Due shareholders ...........................$7,765,834.40
P r o fits................................................ 895.120.31
Bills payable ............................... 614,712.67
Miscellaneous ................................. 225.840.99
Reserve fund ................................. 219.809.87
36.446.33
Due on loans made ......................
Deposits for future payments..
32,788.49
Accounts payable ...........................
9,832.14

Total .............................................$9,800,385.20

The following investment companies and corporations having stock for sale, or
investment contracts, or bonds, are authorized to offer same to sale in Arkansas as
provided by law:

DOMESTIC.

N ame op Com pany

S ecretary .

P lace of
B u s in e s s .

The Development Publishing Co. of Arkansas. . . . George Thornburg... .Little Eock
Pine Bluff & Sulphur Springs Interurban Ky. Co.. John H. Tucker, Jr. ...Pine Bluff
Negro National Life Insurance Co. of Arkansas. . John A. Hibler..........Little Eock
Farmers Savings Bank and Trust Co......................Frank N. Pugh................Hamburg
Progressive Investment Co..........................................Jesse Lee........................ Thomasville
Paragould Trust Co................................................... J. C. Markham................Paragould
Arkansas Soapstone and Eefractories Mfg. Co. ...E obert Huntsman. . . . Little Rock
Arkansas Abstract Co................................................W. E. Lackey................... Sheridan
Paris Mineral, Oil and Gas Co..................................W. F. Kennedy.......................Paris
North American Credit Indemnity Co......................T. S. McNeil.......................Rogers
Western Methodist Publishing Co............................Frank Barrett.......... .Little Eock
Postal Investment Savings Co..................................Verne McMillen........Little Eock
Jonesboro Hardware Co..............................................H. Watson.......................Jonesboro
Little Rock & Hot Springs Electric Railway Co.. . J. C. Marshall............Little Eock
The Morrow Mining Co..............................................J. S. Edmiston............... Cane Hill
Arkansas Northwestern Railroad Co........................H. L. Cross.................. Bentonville
Arkansas Investment and Hotel Co..........................James A. Booker............Little Eock
Security Mortgage Co..................................................H. M. Mclver..................Texarkana
Arkansas Mausoleum Co..............................................W. F. Christian..............Little Eock
Gay-Streibich Auto Wheel Co....................................Frank W ittenberg... .Little Eock
The Seven Cities Co....................................................Arthur E. Hecker.......... Russellville
Columbia Publishing and Printing Co......................Henry jStevens..................Magnolia
Democrat Printing and Lithographing Co... i . .. . C. C. Thompson..........Little Eock
“ Vickers, Inc.,” Cleaners and Dyers......................R. H. Vickers................ Fayetteville
The Arkansas Lime Co................................................W. F. Perrin....................Batesville
Delta Millwork Manufacturing Co............................C. E. Courson.....................Dermott
England Investment Co.*..........................................Lloyd Ensrland...............Little Rock
The Southern Foundry and Machine Co.*..............E. L. Williams.............. Little Rock
The Como Security Co.*.............................................Chas. E. Birnbaum.. .Hot Springs
W. C. Ross Manufacturing Co..................................C. W. East......................Little Rock
Perpetual Oil & Gas Co.*..........................................W. R. Pruitt.....................Nashville
Missouri-Arkansas Southwestern Railway Co.*... Minor Pipkin ..........................Mena
*Qualified since June 15th. No report June 30th filed.



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Total assets and liabilities as per reports June 30th, 1914:

ASSETS.
Cash on hand......................$ 67,947.98
Bills receivable ............... 137,892.48
Beal estate .......................... 156,743.56
Plant .................................... 888,206.65
Accounts receivable .......... 121,223.62
Furniture andfixtures. . .
93,170.81
Other assets ........................ 167,683.15
$1,632,868.25

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................... $1,024,013.88
Bills payable ....................... 404,643.33
Accounts payable .............. 52,921.29
Undivided profits ............... 67,073.94
Surplus fund ...................... 23,694.20
Other liabilities .................. 60,521.61
$1,632,868.25

FOREIGN.
N ame of Com pany

S ecretary .

L ocation .

Keystone Copper Mining Co............
T. C. Miller..............Newton, Kan.
The Rosemont Oil Co........................
A. G. Magginess........Tulsa, Okla.
Commonwealth Trust Co..................
A. Y. Allen..........Memphis, Tenn.
Sip Bottling Corporation................
M. A. Chambers. .Memphis, Tenn.
Twin Sisters Mining & Milling Co..
Robt. F. Backus.. Canon City, Col.
Budd Brothers (a partnership). . . .
H. Budd........ Independence, Kan.
The Guaranty Oil & Gas Co............
C. E. Murphy. Oklahoma City, Ok.
Webster-Warnock Chemical Co........
E. T. Warnock. . .Memphis, Tenn.
Hamilton-Young Oil & Gas Co........
M. W. Newman. .Tahlequah, Okla.
R. H. Davis..........Shreveport, La.
Louisiana Oil Refining Co.*............
Commonwealth Oil & Gas Co.*. . . .
Ree V. Smith.............. Spiro, Okla.
American Photo Plays Theater Co.*
C. N. Wilhoite. .. .Memphis, Tenn.
*Qualified since June 15th. No report June 30th filed.
Total assets and liabilities as per statement June 30th, 1914:

ASSETS.
Cash on hand......................$ 13,504.20
Bills receivable .................. 23,335.33
Real estate .......................... 882,342.02
Notes ..............................
199,797.60
Plant ............
75,855.61
Accounts receivable .......... 117,208.21
Furniture and fixtures........
8,076:65
Other assets ........................ 365,408.10
$1,685,527.72

$1,685,527.72

FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

RECEIPTS.
Balance from insurance commis­
sioner September 2, 1913...$
.67
Examiner’s fee .......................... 561.35
Filing fees .................................. 285.00
Agents’ certificates of authority 1,514.00
Semiannual reports.................... 345.00
Total ........................................ $2,706.02
Warrants outstanding .......... 194.33
$2,900.35
Total



LIABILITIES.
Capital stock ....................... $1,382,445.71
Bills payable ...................... 119,063.65
Accounts payable .............. 34,294.09
Surplus fund ...................... 69,348.84
Undivided profits .............. 12,633.17
Other liabilities ................... 67,724.26

DISBURSEMENTS.
Salaries ......................................... $2,559.00
Examiner’s expense ................... 270.35
Postage ......................................... 50.00
Telephone ..................................... 12.00
Rent of typewriter.......................
9.00

Total

$2,900.35


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