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SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT

OF T H F

COMMISSIONER OF BANKING
ON

State

Banks, M utual Savings Banks and
Trust Com panies

OF WISCONSIN
Showing- the Condition o f all Banks

and Trust Companies in the

State at the close of business on N ovem ber 10, 1910.

MADISON, W IS.
D e m o c r a t P r in t in g C o m p a n y , St a t e P r in t e r


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1911

ROSTER
OF THE

STATE BANKING DEPARTMENT.

MARCUS C. BERGH, Commissioner of Banking..............................Viroqua
W.

H. RICH ARDS, Deputy Commissioner of Banking, Black River Falls

THOMAS H E R R EID , Exam iner....................................................................... Blair
CHAS. L. BROW N, Exam iner................................................................ Blue River
ARTH U R R. EMERSON, Exam iner........................................................ Belmont
A N D R E W C. POND, Exam iner...............................................................Janesville
ROBERT B. E LLIS, Chief C le rk .......................................................Wausaukee
MISS H A N N A H C. DAVIDSON, Clerk and Stenographer, Soldiers Grove


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1
..................................................................................................... .

Introductory
New

state

Page
v

banks............................................................................................

vi

Banks liquidated . . ......................................................................................

vi

Capitalization ....................................................................................................

vii

Statistical table, compiled fr'omreturnsfor 1910................................

viii

Statistical table, comparative....................................................................

ix

Statistical table, including nationalbanks.............................................

x

Statistical

table, comparative, compiled from annual reports

since 1895 ...................................................................................................
Legislation

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

x—xi
xi

Trust com p an ies...............................................................................................

x

General remarks .............................................................................................

xi-xiii

Abstract of reports of

state banks......................................................

1

Abstract of reports ofmutual savings banks......................................

573

Abstract of reports of

trustcompanies................................................

576

Abstract of reports ofnational banks.....................................................

592

Statement of banks and trust companies,
ranged by cities and villages:

alphabetically ar­

State banks .......................................
Mutual

savings

Trust companies
National banks


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banks.........................................................................

2-572
574-575

.................................................................................... 577-591
......................................................................................

593-657


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State Banking Department
STATE OF WISCONSIN.

M adison, W is ., December 24, 1910.

To the Honorable J ames 0. D avidson,
Governor of Wisconsin.
Si r :— The sixteenth annual report of the state banking de­
partment, submitted herewith, shows the condition of five
hundred and seven (507) state banks, three (3) mutual sav­
ings banks, and eleven (11) trust companies operating in W is­
consin on November 10th, 1910, the date of the last report
called for.
Thirty-eight state banks were organized and chartered dur­
ing the year covered by this report, one state bank liquidated
by paying depositors in full. The net gain in the number of banks
therefore is thirty-seven over the number reported November
16th, 1909. The list of new banks is as follows, to-wit:


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VI

NEW STATE BANKS.

No.

Location.

1
2
3
4

Arena ..............................
Anbnrndale ....................
Bangor ...........................
Blue Mounds............
Boyd ...............................
Burnett .........................
Oassville .........................
■Cobb ...............................
Deerfield..................
Eden ................................
Ellsworth .......................
Footville .......................
Forestville .....................
Fort Atkinson...
Bred on i a .......... T
Bremont ..
Briendship ..
Genesee Depot
Gilmanton ....................
Hales Corners................
Hustler ...........................
Kilbourn Citv.................
Loyal ......................
Madison .........................
Markesan .......................
Mineral Point.................
Mishicot .........................
New Glarns................
Oxford ....................... ..
Plum C ity.......................
Pulaski .........................
St. Nazianz....................
Shawano .......................
Sheboygan Palls..........
South Germantown.......
Trego ......................
Weyauwega ....................
Wyocena ........................

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
36
17
38
39'
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
98
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38

Name o f Bank.

Capital.

The Arena State Bank........................................ $10,000 00
'13,000 00
Auburndale State B a n k ...................................
20,000 00
Banners’ State Bank...........................................
10,000 00
Blue Mounds State Bank...................................
12,500 €0
The Citizens’ State Bank o f B oyd..................
10,000 CO
Burnett State Bank..............................................
15,000 00
Badger State Bank..............................................
10,000 OO
Cobb State Bank..................................................
10,000 00
Bank o f Deerfield.................................................
15,000 OO
Eden State Bank.................................................
10,000 OO
Citizens’ State Bank o f Ellsworth..................
20,000 00
The Pootville State Bank...................................
10,000
00
State Bank o f Borestville...................................
40,000 00
Bort Atkinson Savings Bank............................
15,000 CO
State Rank o f Bredonia....................................
10,000 OO
Premont State Bank...........................................
10,000 00
Briendship State Bank.........................................
10,000 OO
State Bank o f Genesee Depot............................
10,000 00
Gilmanton State Bank........................................
20,000 00
State Bank, Hales Corners.................................
10,000 00
Hustler State Bank..............................................
20,000 09
Farmers’ and Merchants’ State Bank...........
-25,000 00
Citizens’ State Bank.............................................
50,000 00
Merchants’ and Savings Bank..........................
30,000 00
Farmers’ State Bank.........................................
Farmers’ and Citizens’ Bank............................ ' 40,000 OO
15,000 00
The State Bank...................................................
40,000 00
The Citizens’ Bank o f New Glarus..................
10,000 00
Oxford State Bank..............................................
10,000 OO
Plum City State B ank....................................!
16,000 00
Pulaski State Bank.............................................
10,000 00
St. Nazianz State Bank......................................
25,000 CO
Citizens’ State Bank...........................................
20,000 00
State Bank o f Sheboygan Falls......................
The Germantown State Bank............................
10,000 00
State Bank o f Trego.........................................
10,000.00
Farmers’ and Merchants’ Bank.......................
30,000 00
Wyocena State Bank...........................................
12,000 00
Total paid in c a p ita l................................

$563,500 00

One bank liquidated, to-wit:
No.

1

Location.

North

Prairie.................

Name o f Bank.

State Bank o f North Prairie.........................

Capital.

$10,000 00

The State Bank of North Prairie was taken over by the State
Bank of Genesee Depot, Genesee Depot, Wisconsin. Copy of
resolution authorizing the sale of the assets of the State Bank
of North Prairie to the State Bank of Genesee Depot, upon the
latter bank assuming the liabilities of the former, was filed in
the banking department and approved February 18th, 1910.


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Capital Stock.
Seventeen state banks increased their capital from an aggre­
gate of $610,000.00 to $1,095,000.00, the amount of the increase
being $485,000.00, as shown by the following list, to-wit:
Increase.
No.

Location.

Name o f Bank.
Prom.

1
2
3
4
5
6

8
9
10
11
12

13
14
15
16
17

Beloit ............
Birnamwood
Blanchardville
Burlington ...
Delavan ........
Box Lake___
Kewaunee ...
Livingston ...
Madison .......
Monroe ........
Park Palls ..
Randolph ___
Scandinavia .
Seymour .......
Watertown ..
Wauzeka .......
Welcome .......

To.

The Beloit State Bank.............
The Bank o f Birnamwood.......
Blanchardville State Bank.......
Bank o f Burlington ................
Citizens’ Bank..... ......................
State Bank..................................
State Bank o f Kewaunee........
Livingston State Bank............
Bank o f Wisconsin..................
Citizens’ Bank............................
Park Palls State Bank............
Randolph State Bank...............
Bank o f Scandinavia...............
Seymour State Bank...............
Bank o f Watertown..................
Bank o f Wauzeka ..................
Citizens’ State Bank................

$60,009 00
10,000 00
25,009 00
50,000 00
25,000 00
25,000 00
40,000 00
10,000 00
100,000 00
75,000 00
15,000 00
25,000 09
10,000 00
30,000 00
100,000 00
5,000 00
5,000 00

$70,000 00
15,000 00
50,000 00
75,000 00
50,000 00
40,000 00
60,000 00
15,000 00
300,000 00
100,000 00
25,000 00
40,000 CO
25,000 00
60,000 CO
150,COO 00
10,000 CO
10*000 00

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

$610,000 00

$1,095,000 CO

The summary of gain and loss in the capital stock is pre­
sented in the following table, to-w it:
Capital, November 16, 1909..................................................... $13,954,150 00
663,500 00
Capital o f 38 new state banks..............................................
485,000 OO
Capital o f 17 banks increased........ : .....................................
Less capital o f one bank liquidated..................................
Total paid in capital, November 10, 1910......................

10,000 00

$15,102,650 OO
10,000 CO
$15,092,650 00

Showing a net gain of $1,138,500.00 in capitalization of state
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TABLE A.
Abstract o f the five reports calk'd for from state and mutual savings banks during the year.
•Tan. 31,1910
Number o f banks

Totals .....................................................
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock...................................................
Surplus fund...................................................
Undivided profits.............................................
Due to banks—deposits.................................
Dividends unpaid ...........................................
Individual deposits subject to check..........
Demand certificates o f deposit....................
Time certificates o f deposit.........................
Savings deposits..............................................
Certified checks .............................................
Cashier’ s checks outstanding.......................
Notes and bills rediscounted.......................
Bills payable....................................................
Other liabilities................................................
Totals .............................................. —


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$95,801,419
752,436
15,302,758
24,780
393,703
3,149,695
387,229
22,151,548
1,814,725
636,824
574,644
1,8:3,329
606,811
3,818,759
67,854
38,138

June 30,1910.

Aug. 29,1910.

493

500

507

Nov. 10,1910.
510

80
51
49
50
21
67
77
38
93
85
22
16
26
56
49
80

$100,254,985 81
882,240 18
15,852,097 64
26,348 18
400,022
3,182,589 44
377,341 22
21,559,383 13
1,906,187 OS
559,095 67
396,614 33
1,848,747 94
958,130 44
3,295,779 22
70,538 ¡8
47,318 44

$103,216,580
680,937
15,655,955
23,836
394,864
3,259,397
395,952
21,456,787
1,672,008
520,793
610,396
1,994,938
649,212
4,060,664
69,958
21,944

$147,414,660 60

$151,617,419 36

$154,684,224 91

$157,591,397 62

$162,125,649 30

$14,890,150 00
4,179,123 20
2,433,455 22
1,828,470 ¡4
95,104 63
40,806,047 98
15,825,289 63
45,365,405 4S
28,402,959 29
74.181 79
277,483 72
309,918 84
159,471 80
37,182 91

$15,052,650 00
4,270,689 74
2,371,769 26
2,000,958 93
11,737 34
41,091,750 04
16,168,128 98
46,872,318 04
28,960,088 09
67,080 S3
347,967 89
224,575 30
142,500 00
37,233 12

$15,092,650 09
4,269,974 94
2,966,964 52
1,854,553 02
7,870 30
41,821,416 93
15,944,902 35
49,138,399 94
29,478,532 11
71,662 81
450,100 40
526,111 67
461,713 17
40,797 14

$154,684,224 91

$157,591,397 62

$162,125,649 30

$14,368,950
4,143,262
1,764,644
1,859,725
30,071
40,588,480
15,353,352
42,378,515
26,051,038
60,296
313,694
312,503
151,570
39,505

00
74
06
57
96
12
45
12
00
53
48
(8
09
89

$147,414,660 60

$14,589,150
4,171,188
2,171,483
2,181,679
8,972
41,191,750
15,914,091
43,728,640
26,768,401
66,170
330,008
286,193
155,200
54,480

00
34
84
19 .
63
18
58
94
58
35
03
79
OO
21

$151,617,419 36

23
10
71
06
3«
28
37
54
84
25
02
04
40
73
59
39

$104,746,249
970,076
16,002,412
23,780
411,658
3,333,662
390,549
22,718,270
1,707,333
464,004
474,702
1,944,863
601,864
3,714,526
66,007
21,414

83
66
31
58
86
39
33
03
91
54
33
so
64
17
61
53

$108,598,677
810,870
16,127,935
25,397
418,575
3,389,564
388.703
22,317,319
1,775,051
634,053
731,128
1,955,257
607,601
4,254,282
76,173
17,057

28
41
69
45
60
98
13
56
14
17
57
90
89
09
31
13

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts............................ ..........
Overdrafts .......................................................
Bonds ...............................................................
Premium on bonds.........................................
Stocks and securities......................................
Banking house, furniture and fixtures.......
Other real estate ___» ...................................
Due from approved reserve banks.............
Due from other banks...................................
Checks on other banks and cash item s...
Exchanges for clearing house......................
Gold coin .........................................................
Silver coin .......................................................
U. S. and national currency.........................
Nickels and cents.............................................
Other resources ..............................................

483

Mar. 29,1910.

TABLE B.
Abstract o f reports o f state and mutual savings banks o f Wisconsin at the close of business,
November 10, 1910, and comparison with report of
__ __ _________________________
November 16, 1909
Nov. 10, 1910.
Number o f banks

510

Totals ................................................
Capital stock.......................................
Surplus fund.........................................
Undivided profits.................................
Due to banks—deposits.......................
Dividends unpaid.................................
Individual deposits subject to check.
Demand certificates o f deposit.........
Time certificates o f deposit..............
Savings deposits..................................
Certified cheeks.................................
Cashier’s checks outstanding.............
Notes and bills rediscounted.............
Bills payable.........................................
Other liabilities...............................
Totals


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Increase*

473

Decrease.

37

$108,598,677 28
810,870 41
18,127,935 69
25,397 45
418,575 60
3,889,504' 98
386,703’ 13
22,317,319 56
1,775,051 14
634,053 17
731,128 57
1,955,257 £0
607,601 89
4,254,282 09
78,173 31
17,057 13

$92,595,223 41
754,557 58
14,834,687 06
23,455 23
388,254 37
3,043,052 37
389,822 69
19,290,846 20
1,650,240 82
458,054 79
653,953 28
1,810,570 1-2
571,598 59
3,612,805 05
63,921 88
14,482 43

$162,125,649 30

$140,155,455 87

$21,973,312 99

$15,092,650 00
4,269,974 94
2,966,964 52
1,854,553 02
7,870 30
41,821,410 93
15,944,902 35
49,138,399 94
29,478,532 11
71,662 81
450,100 40
526,111 67
461.713 17
40,797 14

$13,954,150 00
3,791,861 05
2,810,383 00
1,730,151 80
5,625 36
36,753,579 20
14,288,413 65
40,772,791 85
25,187,884 04
79,534 04
325,481 59
423,985 18
197,674 59
33,936 92

$1,138,500 00
478,113 89
356,581 52
124,401 22
2,244 94
5,067,837 73
1,656,485 70
8,365,608 09
4,290,047 47

$162,125,649 30

$140,155,455 87

$16,003,453
56,312
1,293,298
1,942
30,321
346,512

87
83
63
22
23
61

3,0^6,473
124,810
175,998
77,175
144,687
36,003
641,477
12,251
2,594

36
32
38
29
78
30
04
43
70

3,119 56

$3,119 56

LIABILITIES.

'

124,618 81
102,120 49
264,038 58
6,860 22

$21,978,004 66

7,871 23

$7,871 23

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

T
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts.................................
Overdrafts ....................................... ..............................
Bonds ......................................! . . ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
Premium on bonds............................ ................... .
Stocks and securities......................................................
Banking house, furniture and fixtures................
Other real estate.............................................................
Due from approved reserve banks............. . . . . . . .
Due from other banks...................................................
Checks on other banks and cash ite m s ..!...!!.'!.'!!
Exchanges for clearing house.......................................
Gold coin...................................................................
Silver coin...................................................
U. S. and national currency.................................. ....'!
Nickels and cents............................................!!!!!'.'.!!!!
Other resources.........................................! . ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

Nov. 16, 1£09.

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table

c.

Compilation showing the resources and liabilities o f national, state and mutual
savings banks located in Wisconsin

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts.........................
Bonds, etc. .........................................
Available cash ....................................
Other resources ...................................
Total resources .........................

Nov. 10', 1910.

Nov. 16, 1909.

Increase 1910
over 1900.

$211,0148,480
50,580,72©
72,135,£03
6,908,772

$187,3169,010'
50,028,388
64,776,060
6,516,215

$23,679,470
552,381
7,359,246
392,556

97
20
48
39

$340,673,880 04

09
45
1*5
96

$308,690,234 65

88
75
33
43

$31,983,655 3J

LIABILITIES.
Capital ...............................................
Surplus and nroflts............................
Individual deposits..............................
Due to banks.........................................
Circulation ...........................................
Other liabilities ...................................
Total liabilities .........................

$31,527,650
17,936,916
258,177,507
18,327,788
12,541,400
2,162,618

00
35
21
29
09
19

$340,673,880 04

$30,104,150
16,581,647
230,464,947
17,065,375
12,852,785
1,620,318

OO
70
80
22
OO'
93

$308,690,224 65

$1,423,500
l,355,2r8
27,712,559
1,261,413
*311,385

00
65
41
07
CO

$31,983,655 39

* Decrease.

T rust ' C ompanies .

The Trust Company Law enacted by the Legislature of 1909,
has not been on trial long enough to disclose all of it? defects. It
is, however, apparent even at this early date, that certain limits
should be fixed by law, both as to the amount that might be loaned
to any one person, firm or corporation, as well as the territory
where such loans may be made, in order that added protection
be given to the depositors, and al?o to materially simplify the
work of examination and supervision. I can conceive of no
good reason for permitting savings and time deposits in trust
companies, to be invested under different rules than those es­
tablished for the same clas? of deposits in state banks and mu­
tual savings banks. This law as a whole is, however, an im­
provement over the old law, in so far as it requires the deposits
received to be held or invested separately from other funds or
properties held by the corporation, so that in case of insolvency
or liquidation, all such funds and investments made therefrom
are primarily liable and must be used for the payment of such
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Table D
The following table shows the comparative condition of State and Saving Banks annually, since the organization of thi? department.

N o v . 1 0 ,1 8 0 5 .

N o v . 2 1 ,1 8 9 6 .

N o v . 6 ,1 8 9 7 .

D ec. 1 ,1 8 0 8 .

D ec. 2 ,1 8 9 9 .

D ec. 1 3 ,1 9 0 0 .

D ec. 1 0 ,1 9 0 1 .

N o v . 2 5 ,1 9 0 2 .

N o v . 1 7 ,1 9 0 3 .

N o v . 1 0 ,1 9 0 4 .

N o v 9 ,1 9 0 6 .

N o v . 1 2 ,1 9 0 6 .

D ec. 3 ,1 9 0 7 .

N o v . 2 7 ,1 9 0 8 .

N o v . 1 6 ,1 9 0 9 .

N o v . 1 0 ,1 9 1 0 .

345

370

888

404

427

447

470

507

N u m b er o l s t a t e b a n k s.......................................................................

125

180

180

138

135

148

157

185

N u m b er o f p r iv a te b a n k s...................................................................

107

109

110

114

124

130

137

141

N u m b er o l s a v in g s b a n k s ................................................................

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

3

3

8

T o t a l b a n k s ................................................ ....................................

288

240

241

248

260

274

295

827

347

872

390

406

429

450

473

510

R ESO U R C ES.
$28,0 0 2 ,7 9 6 07

$25,9 0 5 ,4 8 1 71

$27,1 4 1 ,6 0 4 77

$31,409 ,181 49

$39,751 ,101 88

$43,0 0 5 ,5 7 0 30

$47,7 2 4 ,6 0 5 18

$ 58,304 ,384 08

$00,6 9 2 ,9 6 9 09

675.014 67

674,017 89

678,500 00

619,150 00

583,150 00

762,050 00

820,100 00

1 ,0 0 7 ,8 2 0 00

634,520 00

448,284 46

896,805 50

511,456 57

689,681 54

740,173 26

776,829 40

786,869 55

846,437 77

699,225 55

642,567 45

654,815 52

719.392 83

754,557 58

8 1 0 ,8 7 0 41

1 ,8 8 5 ,5 0 2 86

736,626 89

078.259 37

1 ,8 5 5 ,0 1 6 88

1 ,8 2 4 ,5 1 0 82

1 ,8 5 6 ,7 0 9 60

1 ,8 7 6 ,6 1 5 53

1 ,4 3 2 ,8 0 9 48

1 ,5 2 4 ,2 1 8 61

1 ,6 6 6 ,1 5 0 02

1 ,8 1 0 ,7 2 9 69

1 ,9 9 4 ,4 8 1 41

2 ,2 1 1 ,0 2 5 52

2 ,4 6 5 ,2 3 1 07

2 ,6 6 6 ,3 1 2 83

3 ,0 4 3 ,0 5 2 37

3 ,8 8 9 ,5 6 4 98

O th e r r e a l e s ta te ..................................................................................

1 ,4 4 7 ,0 4 2 49

1 ,4 7 1 ,6 1 4 91

2 ,3 0 9 ,3 3 7 89

B o n d s, sto c k s

se c u ritie s..........................................................

2 ,2 7 8 ,1 2 0 02

2 ,1 0 9 ,6 2 5 31

C a sh Item s ...................................................................................................

107,973 59

C h eck s a n d

451,749 76
5 ,8 8 5 ,8 0 4 94

U . S . a n d n a tio n a l cu rren cy............................................................
G o ld c o i n ................................................................................... ..

L o a n s an d d isc o u n ts.............................................................................
U n p a id

c a p ita l

O v e rd r a fts

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

................................................................................................ '.

B a n k in g h o u se , fu rn itu re an d
an d

fix tu r e s .................................

cle a rin g h o u se e x c h a n g e s...................................

D ue fr o m

a p p ro v e d reserv e b a n k s ........................................ |

D ue fr o m

o th e r b a n k s .................................................................... j

S ilv e r c o in ............................................................................................... )

$66,206 ,903 27

$74,775 ,102 08

$83,0 7 5 ,8 5 8 88

$ 8 1,566 ,970 01

$92,5 0 5 ,2 2 3 41

$106 ,59 8,67 7 28

1 ,8 6 2 ,8 2 7 72

1 ,3 6 1 ,7 3 7 13

1 ,4 4 7 ,6 0 6 70

827,812 06

751,997 12

800,427 17

416,501 08

345,395 74

337,073 60

393,506 49

393,518 06

386,239 95

389,822 69

386,703 18

2 ,2 0 9 ,6 3 3 14

4 ,2 2 2 ,9 4 0 59

4 ,9 7 8 ,6 7 9 93

5 ,0 4 2 ,2 7 3 99

5 ,9 5 1 ,9 9 4 56

6 ,7 1 8 ,7 1 2 79

7 ,1 6 1 ,9 4 0 SO

7 ,8 5 1 ,2 0 1 26

8 ,7 6 4 ,1 6 1 23

12,6 3 6 ,8 9 3 61

1 3 ,4 2 0 ,5 3 5 76

15,2 4 6 ,3 4 6 66

1 6 ,5 7 1 ,9 0 8 74

68,557 24

11,4 3 6 ,3 7 1 19

77,7 8 2 61

140,414 85

141,826 09

105,415 97

281,812 46

221,561 15

444,567 60

457,831 91

419,236 77

445,938 09

458,054 79

634,053 17

390,983 40

407,782 15

511,142 60

546,187 42

831,478 36

565,141 40

383,560 80

564,503 63

530,980 34

430,155 62

444,981 77

397,653 99

532,172 02

653,953 28

731,128 57

9 ,1 8 0 ,4 2 4 56

1 0 ,6 2 1 ,6 4 0 80

11,9 0 0 ,8 0 1 41

1 1 ,7 3 8 ,5 0 9 37

623,217 70

414,475 96

5 ,4 5 6 ,4 6 8 42

13,8 2 3 ,2 1 8 79

1 8 ,8 6 2 ,7 6 6 67

13,4 0 5 ,6 3 6 86

1 3 ,4 6 1 ,8 4 2 67

1 5 ,7 6 7 ,0 2 9 50

1 8 ,5 1 6 ,2 8 8 21

15,7 8 7 ,0 3 7 41

19,0 9 0 ,9 5 4 99

1 9 ,2 9 0 ,8 4 6 20

2 2 ,3 1 7 ,3 1 9 56

1 ,8 1 0 ,5 7 1 50

1 ,6 7 2 ,4 0 7 02

1 ,8 0 6 ,7 7 9 89

1 ,9 3 5 ,8 4 7 96

2 ,0 3 7 ,1 4 8 00

2 ,2 3 2 ,3 0 6 85

2 ,1 4 6 ,3 6 9 61

2 ,2 5 2 ,8 0 7 53

2 ,4 8 6 ,4 5 2 07

2 ,5 3 8 342 26

2 ,9 6 3 ,4 6 8 00

3 ,0 1 4 ,8 6 1 30

4 ,6 6 6 ,8 8 2 00

3 ,4 8 3 ,3 9 9 34

3 ,6 1 2 ,8 0 5 06

4 ,2 5 4 ,2 8 2 09

1 ,4 7 2 ,8 5 8 52

1 ,4 8 7 ,9 :8 88

1 ,8 2 9 ,8 5 3 80

1 ,5 8 7 ,8 4 4 56

1 ,8 8 8 ,5 3 1 06

1 ,4 6 3 ,0 3 0 50

1 ,4 4 8 ,4 8 2 08

1 ,3 5 8 ,0 3 3 75

1 ,5 1 8 ,3 5 6 00

1 ,4 3 3 ,5 1 5 73

1 ,3 9 9 ,5 9 0 60

1 ,9 3 3 ,1 2 8 87

1 ,8 1 0 ,5 7 0 12

1 ,9 5 5 ,2 5 7 90

362,781 68

1 ,3 8 687 15

2 ,2 9 4 ,5 9 3 39

j

357,943 23

378,815 75

396,659 63

418,442 06

443,620 51

522,890 60

5 7 1 ,5 9 8 59

607,601 89

24,304 33

509,714 87

645,776 34

j

30,959 32

27,038 78

37,793 55

41,754 58

52,617 49

50,381 36

56,522 12

57,405 19

63,921 88

76,1 7 3 81

2 7 ,282 54

8 ,9 0 0 23

2,5 8 1 26

146 89

210,510 60

N ick els a n d c e n ts.............................................................................. f
R even ue sta m p a c c o u n t......... .............................................................

234,843 01

.

$ 60,812 ,899 08

245,242 81

293,839 50

33,228 81

C le a rin g h o u se ce rtifica te s an d ch eck s...................................
........................................................................................

188,773 89

107,733 28

120,879 66

156,421 50

9 7 ,6 0 0 58

79,202 03

83,903 52

46,6 4 7 66

28,555 08

16,733 39

1 1 ,852 29

13,196 79

8 ,4 1 9 21

20,084 98

14,462 43

17,0 6 7 1$

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

$ 43,334 ,012 44

$ 41,304 ,022 89

$ 4 6,378 ,979 27

$ 5 4,752 ,191 19

$65,5 4 1 ,5 9 9 71

$ 6 8,328 ,185 80

$ 7 6,258 ,877 89

$ 8 6,114 ,164 72

$90,1 6 4 ,2 0 9 11

$90,4 5 0 ,9 8 9 31

$ 99,629 ,048 29

$114,308,381 52

$124,328,751 84

$ 1 24 ,84 5,42 5 46

$140 ,15 5,45 5 87

$ 1 62 ,12 5,64 9 30

$15,0 9 2 ,6 5 0 00

O th er resou rces
T o ta ls

; “

L I A B I L IT I E S .
..........................................................................................

17,9 1 8 ,0 6 8 51

$ 8 ,0 7 6 ,7 5 2 41

$7,907,884 39

$7,9 4 4 ,4 1 8 88

$7,9 5 3 ,9 1 4 63

$ 7 ,6 9 8 ,7 8 8 59

$ 8 ,1 4 1 ,3 .2 29

p r o fits ................................................................................

2 ,7 8 1 ,8 5 6 89

2 ,7 2 8 ,5 5 5 48

2 ,6 5 1 ,6 6 8 16

2 ,5 4 2 ,9 4 8 53

2 ,7 6 3 ,8 9 9 91

2 ,8 4 5 ,6 6 6 98

2 ,9 7 1 ,7 6 2 36

1 9,276,724 25

2 1 ,9 9 9 742 32

C a p ita l

sto c k

S u rp lu s

an d

D e p o sits su b je c t t o

ch eck ..................................................... ...'|

C e rtifica te s o f d e p o sit.....................................................................
S a v in g s

D iv id en d s u n p a id
C ertified ch ecks

$10,893 ,150 00

$11,7 2 6 ,7 5 0 00

$12,1 9 7 ,1 5 0 00

$ 1 3 ,9 6 4 ,1 5 0 00

4 ,0 6 5 ,5 6 7 95

4 ,8 0 1 ,1 8 6 49

6 ,0 2 6 ,5 3 0 42

6 ,6 3 7 ,1 3 3 47

6 ,4 0 2 ,2 4 4 06

7 ,2 3 6 ,9 3 9 46

25,0 4 0 ,2 2 7 86

2 3 ,2 8 1 ,1 6 2 66

2 3 ,3 9 1 ,0 4 5 90

27,152,384 82

3 1 ,6 7 0 ,1 4 8 55

2 9 ,7 8 6 ,4 4 0 61

32,426,652 47

3 6 ,7 5 3 ,5 7 9 20

4 1 ,8 2 1 ,4 1 6 93

4 2 ,7 2 1 ,1 6 5 08

5 3 ,0 5 7 ,4 0 6 24

3 2 ,6 1 6 ,0 2 4 91

3 5 ,3 4 5 ,8 7 9 32

3 4 ,9 4 6 ,1 7 6 86

37,6 4 1 ,0 6 1 67

43,232,121■ 06

4 9 ,5 3 2 ,6 9 4 11

4 8 ,6 3 0 ,0 9 0

92

5 5 ,0 6 1 ,2 0 6 50

6 5 ,0 8 3 ,3 0 2 29

10,6 9 6 ,9 5 7 23

1 1,960,977 96

14,0 3 3 ,9 5 9 01

1 6 ,4 7 0 ,2 3 9 58

1 7 ,0 4 1 ,5 0 2 70

23,9 3 6 ,2 2 4 10

2 2 ,4 2 0 ,5 5 6 91

1 ,1 0 3 ,7 9 2 88

2 1 ,6 3 2 ,3 8 6 66

25,1 8 7 ,8 8 4 64

2 9 ,4 7 8 ,5 3 2 11

415,824 84

806,443 68

1 8 ,8 4 2 ,2 8 4 61

496,568 14

1 ,4 2 3 ,6 0 1 28

1 ,2 9 0 ,9 3 9 74

1 ,5 9 4 ,9 4 6 12

1 ,3 5 2 ,6 1 1 47

1,0 7 7 129 69

574,993 42

1 ,1 9 5 50

893,630 30

1 ,2 3 6 ,1 3 6 95

1 ,7 3 0 ,1 5 1 80

1 ,8 5 4 ,5 5 3 02

2,4 8 4 50

1,372,683 20

1 ,4 1 4 ,7 8 4 11

380 00

4 ,6 5 5 50

1 ,1 6 0 75

622 75

3,315 00

2 ,5 6 8 21

1,935 85

4 ,2 2 9 ,3 5

5 ,6 2 5 ,3 6

19,149 47

44,412 61

41,681 30

7 ,8 7 0 30

57,289 04

37,3 4 0 26

41,862 93

76,8 3 3 82

44,762 96

65,509 67

89,474 20

78,9 6 6 77

79,038 68

8 8 ,4 1 0 64

79,5 3 4 04

71,6 6 2 81

123,280 07

450,100 40

C a sh ier’s ch ecks o u ts ta n d in g ..........................................................
....................................................................

$10,1 3 1 ,1 5 0 00

3 ,6 7 8 ,6 2 7 04

3 4 ,6 4 6 ,2 1 3 74

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

B ills p a y a b le ....................................................................................

$ 9 ,7 7 2 ,7 5 0 00

3 ,2 8 3 156 94

29,3 1 1 ,4 0 3 73

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

B ills re-d isco u n ted

$ 9 ,9 0 9 ,2 7 5 00

3 ,3 4 3 ,1 6 7 93

3 1 ,2 1 8 ,0 6 8 06

d e p o s its ..................................................................................J

D u e t o b a n k s ...............................................................................................

$ 8 ,8 5 2 ,2 2 5 00

2 5 ,9 3 5 ,3 5 5 95

2 9 ,1 8 2 ,1 6 6 67

51,811 22

188,007 78

100,506 19

137,295 80

196,1 $ 51

84,4 3 9 44

61,2 4 5 09

79,062 45

270,3 4 5 53

127,590 00

324,871 45

258,558 09

325,481 59

179,205 68

46,3 9 0 07

306,273 03

326,664 10

254,455 58.

303,423 10

2 4 8 ,3 j2 05

85,1 0 7 63

205,472 47

423,985 18

526,111 07

190,214 06

112,873 48

306,373 37

161,132 12

492,193 55

237,812 54

156,099 32

305,560 94

258,732 26

575,780 45

276,407 13

171,766 27

287,326 14

525,689 22

197,674 59

4 6 1 ,7 1 8 17

422,365 81

402,067 19

126,730 54

179,908 10

44,338 76

21,7 0 7 12

15,148 37

8 7 ,6 0 5 78

8 ,9 7 8 69

7,2 1 2 74

5,4 4 2 01

9 ,4 4 0 20

12,518 14

36,697 61

3 3 ,9 3 6 92

4 0 ,7 9 7 14

$43,334,01-2 44

$41,304 ,022 80

$ 46,378 ,979 27

$ 54,752 ,191 19

$ 65,541 ,599 71

$58,323,-185 80

$ 7 8,258 ,877 89

$86,114 ,104 72

$ 90,164 ,209 11

$90,4 5 0 ,9 8 9 31

$ 9 9,629 ,048 29

$114-306,381 52

$124,323,751 84

$124 ,8 4 5 ,4 2 5 ,4 6

$140,155,455 87

$1 6 2 ,1 2 6 ,6 4 » SO

'

257,277 50

C le a rin g h o u se ce rtifica te s an d ch eck s....................................
O th er lia b ilitie s
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Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

xi

L e g is l a t io n .

The Special Legislative Committee on banking appointed by
the Legislature o f 1909, in their report submitted January 15th,
1910, seem to have carefully considered most of the needed
amendments to the hanking laws.
It will not be necessary therefore at this time to supplement
their report, with further recommendations, except to emphasize
the urgent need for additional examiners and clerks to properly
perform the ever increasing duties imposed upon the State
Banking Department.
When it is taken into consideration that the institutions under
supervision have nearly doubled in number, and fully doubled
in total assets during the past six years, and during the past
year alone have increased 40 in number, and $22,000,000.00—
in total assets, it should be apparent that the force employed in
this department is wholly inadequate to perform the work it is
called upon to do.
The Legislative Committee of the Wisconsin Bankers’ Asso­
ciation in their report submitted at the Convention of 1910,
realized that more examiners and clerks must be provided, and
endorsed the hill recommended by the Special Legislative Com­
mittee on banking on this subject, in the following language,
to-wit :
“ Some of the members of the Association may be in­
clined to think that the increase in fees to be paid for ex­
aminations is somewhat burdensome, but your Committee
finds that the proposed fees are in line with those now
exacted from national banks, and if we are to have an ef­
ficient banking department, and one that can make thorough
examinations of all banks at least twice a year, in the in­
terest of the banks themselves and of the general public, it
is just to require the hanks to pay liberally toward the
cost of maintaining this department.”
General R emarks .

The institutions under the supervision of this department,
with few exceptions, have had a very prosperous year, as will
be seen by an examination of “ Table B ” of this report. The
deposits in the state and mutual savings banks have increased


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Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

$19,523,967.83, and the aggregate gain in total resources was
$21,978,064.66.
It became necessary upon several occasions during the past
year to insist upon complete reorganization of banks, in all but
one instance, however, the banks were able to comply with our
requirements without it being necessary for the department to
take possession.
The Farmers’ Bank of Cuba City was closed by this depart­
ment on September 3rd, and one of the examiners, Mr. A. f£.
Emerson, was placed in charge until the reorganization was
perfected on November 10th, 1910, when the bank was permit­
ted to reopen, under a new management as the Cuba City State
Bank, and with every prospect for a successful career.
The two trust companies mentioned in our fifteenth annual
report as not having their continuation resolution filed at the
time of making said report, did subsequently file such resolu­
tion before February 1st, 1910, and within the time provided
by law. All the trust companies operating in this state at the
time the new law was enacted have complied with its provi­
sions by filing the required continuation resolution.
A ll the state banks, mutual savings banks, and trust com­
panies, have been examined at least once during the last twelve
months, and it gives me great pleasure to be able to report that
there have been no losses to depositors in any of the institutions
under the supervision of this department.
In addition to the deputy commissioner of banking, four ex­
aminers and two clerks have been employed during the year.
The names and compensation of the clerks are herewith re­
ported as required by law, to-w it:

Name.

Office.

Aniirpw O P ond.............
Pobp.rt, R PI lis ..
Tda -T T) avid son
Hannah D a v id son ........

Clerk. 4 m onths .......................................................
Clerk, 7i m onths...................................................
Clerk and s' enograyher, 7 m onths......................
Clerk and stenographer, 5 m on th s.....................


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Salary.
1500
937
700
500

00
50
00
00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

xiii

The expenses of the state banking department for the year
1910 consisted of the following items, to-wit:
Salaries.................................................
T ransportation.......................................................
T raveling expenses................................................
P rinting........................................
Postage ........................................................
Expressage, telegraph and telephone........................................

$15,837
1,807
2,199
1,580
927
58

50
13
26
72
36
54

:.ETotal expenses.....................................................

$22,410 51

[.The expenses are partly offset by the follow ing receipts, viz:
Annual exam ination fe e s..........................................
Filing fe e s.........................................
Fees for banks in hands o f com m issioner........................................
Fees for certified copies...................................
R efund on telephone charges (on account o f Farm ers’ Bank,
Cuba City, W is).......................................................

$7. 540
1.385
570
1

00
00
00
90

6 45

Total receipts............................................................
Net cost to the state......................................


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9,503 35
$12,907 16

Respectfully submitted,
MARCUS C. BERGH,
Commissioner of Banking.

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Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

REPORTS OF STATE BANKS.

Abbotsford— Abbotsford Bank.
C. L. ALVERSON , President.
E. II. GUITTE It, Vice President.

A. H. FLA IG, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
C. L. Alverson,
E. II. Cutter,
A. II Flaig,

L. J. Seeger,
W. H. Trestrail.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts......... $136,220 00
Overdrafts ...........................
226 88
Banking house ..................
3,800 00
Furniture and fix tu re s'...
1,2 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
21 ,809 54
Due from other b a n k s ...
12,102 63
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
413 00
Gold coin .............................
745 00
Silver coin ...........................
728 80
U. S. and national cur­
rency ............................. ....
4 ,9 3 7 00
Nickels and cents ..............
260 24
Total ........................

$182,443 99

Capital stock paid in . . .
Surplus fund
...................
Undivided profits less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits subject
to check ...........................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

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

$25,000 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,5 1 8 03
38,653 82
68,308 41
39 ,963 73

$182,443 99

NAM ES OF S
Andrew Peterson, Abbots­
ford ....................................
Mrs. Andrew Feterson, Ab­
botsford .............................
A. H. Flaig, A b b o tsfo rd ..
L. J. Seeger, A bbotsford . .
W. H. Trestrail. Eau Claire
Mrs. Maud Johnston, A b­
botsford .............................
H. H. Fiebig, A b b o tsfo rd ..
!.. D. Richards, Abbotsford
C. A. Boreson, Stevens Pt.
Otto C. Flaig. Abbotsford
C. L. Alverson. M e d fo rd ..
J. B. Noyes, Fond du Lac


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$1,000 00
200
6,1 00
1,0 00
1,0 00

00
00
00
00

400
700
500
500
100
6,100
200

00
0(3
00
00
00
00
00

Mrs. C. A. Andresen, Med­
ford ....................................
Herman Dumke, M ed ford ..
M. L. Alverson,
P orta g e ..
C. C. Buckley estate, P ort­
age ......................................
E. FI. Cutter, Merriam Park,
M inn.....................
1,400
John ‘McKie, Minneapolis,
M inn....................
500
Chas. F. Grow estate, Neillsv i l l e ....................
l,10t)
A. IJ. Langdon, Seattle,
W ash....................
1,0 00
Total

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

700 00
500 00
1,000 00
1,0 00 00
00
00
00
00
$25,000 00

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Reports of State Banks.

Adell— Adell State Bank.
NOAH SAEMANN, President.
A. W. FINNEGAN, Vice President.

E. C. STRATTON, Cashier.
M ATTIE PLEKENPOL, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Noah Saemann,
A. W. Finnegan,
George W. Bates,

G. A. Schulz,
E. C. Stratton.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Loans and discounts...........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total ........................

L iab ilitie s.

$82,314
1 ,1 5 9
3 ,0 0 0
1 ,9 2 0

82
07
00
61

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
13,040 75 Dividends unpaid .............
1 ,2 85 00 Individual deposits, subject
1,291 20
to check ...........................
Demand certificates of de­
2 ,4 1 0 00
posit ....................................
129 90 Time certificates of deposit

$106,551 35

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

$ 12 ,000

00
200 00

1,5 4 7 81
40 00
45 ,086 16
12 ,047 58
3 5 ,629 80
$106,551 35

N AM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
E. C. Stratton, A d e ll.........
L. C. Ziegler, A d e ll.............
Noah Saemann, A d e ll.........
Wm. Zuengler, A d e ll.........
F. G. Hillger, A d e ll...........
Gottlieb
Haas,
Random
Lake ...................................
Chas. A. W einho.a, A dell.
W. A. Hirsch, Plym outh. .
Nicholas Seil, A d e ll...........
Jos. W. Kilb, A d e ll...........
C. W. Goldammer, A dell. .
F. IV. Ferk, P ly m o u t h ....
Thos. Neugent, A dell........
A. W. Finnegan, A d e l l . . . .
Ernst Schreiber, Plym outh
Emil
Spieker.
Random
Lake ...................................
W. G. Paasch, Cedar Grove
F. Zuengler. Random Lake
F. A. Bemis, A d e ll.............
Fred Melius, A d e ll.............
Rob Donath, A d ell.............


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$700
1,000
600
1 ,1 0 0
300

00
00
00
00
00

500 00
100 00
500 00
100 00
500 00
100 00
200 00
500 00
200 00
200 00
Finn no
100 00
500 00
100 00
500 00
200 00

J. W. Liebenstein, A d e ll..
G. A. Schulz, A d ell...........
Robert Ludwig, A dell........
T. F. Long, W aldo.............
G. W. Bates, W ald o.........
P. T. Kenna, Random Lake
C. .T. Kenna, Random Lake
A. R. Woog, A d e ll.............
Gustav A. Hillger, Ply.
mouth . . ...........................
Henry W einhold, A d e l l . . . .
Lizzie Weinhold, A dell. . . .
Edgar Schilling, A d e l l . . . .
M. N. Altenhofen, Random
^ake ....................................
•Tp s s p C. Saemann. A d e ll..
Chas. W. Finnegan. A dell.
G. W. Wisselink, Hihgham
Otto Borkenhagen, A dell.
Wm. Zuengler, Jr., A d e ll..
Total .........................

100
300
100
100
100
500
200
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

200
500
lo o
100

00
00
00
00

100
200
200
300
200
100

00
00
00
00
00
00

$12,000 00

4

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

Albany— Albany Exchange Bank.

THOMAS GRAVENOR, President.
G. W. ROBERTS, Vice President.

J. T. GRAYENOR, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
.T. T. Gravenor,
H. G. Hein.
W. D. Roberts.

Thomas Gravenor,
G. W. Roberts,
Wm. Bubb,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L iab ilities.

R esources.

Loans and d iscou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
banks ............... .................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin ............. ...............
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and ce n ts................

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expensed and taxes
paid ....................................
19 ,066 65
Individual deposits, subject
to check ...........................
495 48
1,000 00 Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
925 45

$93,246 24
2 ,2 6 7 96
1 .9 7 5 00

$10,000 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,0 5 4 00
2 0 ,546 25
88 ,343 13

3 , 34S 00
118 60

T otai .........................$122,443 38

Total

$122,44*3 38

N AM ES OF ST O C K H O L D E R S.
Thomas Gravenor, Albany
G. W. Roberts, A lban y. . .
J. B. Gravenor, Albany . .
W. D. Roberts, A lb a n y .. .
Minta Gravenor. A lban y. . .
Wm. Bubb. A lban y ...........


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

J. T. Gravenor, A lb a n y ..
1 ,0 0 0 .0 0
20000
H. G. Hein, A lban y..................
Helena J. Hitchcock, A l­
200 00
bany ..............................
200 00
800 00
Total
.........................
$10,000
00
200 00

$7,000 00
300 00
100 00

Reports of State Banks.

5

Albany— Bank of Albany.

J. F. LITE L , President.
ELLA L ITE L , Vice President.

J. E. L ITE L , Cashier.
E. F. GRAVES, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
J.
J.

F. Li tel.
E. Litel,

E lla Litel.
E. F. Graves.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts......... «$131,653 22
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,4 3 8 78
U. S., state, municipal and
5,7 1 5 00
other bonds ........
Stocks and other securi­
ties ........................
225 00
Banking house . ..................
2 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
1 ,2 5 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
27 ,263 67
Due froth other b a n k s ....
1 ,3 04 84
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
4 ,3 1 9 71
Gold coin .............................
832 50
Silver coin ...........................
825 05
II. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
5 ,7 4 2 00
Nickels and cents ..............
185 54
Total ......................... $182,755 31

Capital stock paid in ___
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid
..................................
Individual deposits, subject
to check .................... .. . .
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................

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

$10,000 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,3 91 70
46 ,9 6 7 02
122,398 59

$182,755 31

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
J. F. Litel, O regon...........
Ella Litel, A lban y..............
J. E. Litel, A lban y.............
J. B. Litel (in trust) A l­
bany .................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$4,800 00
100 00
4 ,8 00 00
100 00

M ay Carraway Litel, M adi­
son ..............................
E. F. Graves, A lban y.........
Total

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

100 00
100 00
$10,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

6

Algoma— Bank of Algoma.

AUG. FROEMMING, President.
M ARTIN BR E TL, Vice President.

A. W. HAMACHECK, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Wm. Neseman,
M. L. Reinhart.

Aug. Froemming,
Martin Bretl,
Benoit Tliiard,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Liab ilities.

Roans and discou nts......... $464,155 22 Capital stock paid i n . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
2 ,7 2 1 19 Surplus fund ......................
U. S., state, municipal and
Undivided profits, less cur­
other bonds ....................
8 7 ,0 0 0 00
rent expenses and taxes'
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
2 ,9 4 0 00
paid ...................................
Other real estate owned. .
3 ,5 5 0 00 Individual deposits, subject
Due from approved reserve
to check ...........................
banks .................................
68 ,394 15 Time certificates of de­
Checks on other banks and
posit .................................
858 90 Savings deposits
cash items ......................
..............
Gold coin .............................
8 ,7 1 5 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,6 3 8 80
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
11 ,6 7 8 00
Nickels and cents .............
135 37
Total

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

$651,786 63

Total

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

$25,000 00
19 ,000 00
656 80
9 9 ,137 63
488,079 07
19 ,913 13

$651,786 63

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
August Froemming, Algoma
Benoit Thiard, A lg om a. . .
Martin Bretl, A l g o m a ....
Wm. Neseman, Algom a. . .
M. L. Reinhart, A lgom a. .
S. H. Newman, A ig o m a ..
Frank McDonald, Algoma
M. T. Parker, Algom a. . . .
Geo. ,T. Reinhart, De Pere


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$4,000
2 ,0 0 0
6,0 00
2,0 00
300
1 ,0 0 0

500
500
200

00
00
00
00
00

Claude Thiard, Algom a. .
A. W. Ilamachek, Algom a. .
John L. Ilaney, Kewaunee
C. W. Youngs. Algom a. . . .
Frances Melchior , Algom a.
00 Marie Melchior, Algom a. .
00 Helen Melchior, A lgom a. .
00
00
Total . . .

2,003
500
500
1 .500
2 ,0 00
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 00

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$25,000 03

7

Reports of State Banks.

Allenton— Allenton State Bank.

J.
A. CHRISTNACH T. President.
G E R H A R D W EN IN G E R , Vice President.

JOSEPH M. WOLF, Cashier.

D IRECTO RS.
Math. Stoffel,
Andrew Vogel.
Chas. Steinberg.

J. A. Christnacht,
Gerhard Weninger,
Joseph M. W olf,
John G. Mueller,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discounts......... $135,035 63
<iv(>('drafts ...........................
802 49
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
17,580 00
Premium on bonds.............
31 25
Banking house ....................
I .023 39
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
800 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
34,945 81
Checks on other banks and
200 00
cash i t e m s ........................
100 00
Gold coin .............................
11 56
Silver coin ........... ...........
11. S. and national cur1,8 29 00
rency .................................
3 48
Nickels and cents .............
Total

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

$192,362 61

Capital stock paid i n .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, subject
to check .............................
Time certificates of deposit .................................
Savings deposits ................

Total

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

$20,000 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
6,3 45 60
55 ,209 33
105,349 65
3 ,4 5 8 03

$192,362 61

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Charles Steinberg, Herman
Gerhard Weninger, Allen­
ton ......................................
William Zimmel, Allenton
R. J. M'uenzner, A llenton.
Joseph M. W olff, Allenton
A. L. Endlich estate, A l­
lenton ...............................
Math. Stoffel, A lle n t o n ...
Andrew Vogel, A d d iso n ..


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1,500 (0
2,0 00
700
2 ,5 0 0
1 ,0 0 0

00
00
00
00

300 00
700 00
2,0 0 0 00

William Steinberg, Herman
John G. Mueller, Allenton
Phillip Schellinger, Kohlsvfile ....................................
Joseph limbs, W ayne.........
John A. Clirislnacht, Allen­
ton ......................................
Jacob Koll, M arshville. . . .
Total

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

400 00
2,000 00
700 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
4,5 00 00
500 00
$20,000 00

8

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Alma— German American Bank.

KNUT JOHNSON, President.
G. R YFFE L, Vice President.

P. E. IBACH, Cashier.
SIDNEY P. IBACH, Asst. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
P. E. Ibach,
Knut Johnson,

G. Ryffel.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discou nts........... $128,658 60
2 .8 5 2 47
Overdrafts ...........................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
2 ,0 9 4 20
Due from approved reserve
27 ,211 95
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
18 48
cash i t e m s ........................
240 00
Gold coin .............................
690 30
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur1 0 ,2 3 0 00
rency .................................
79 20
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

......................... $172,075 20

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, subject
to check ...........................
Time certificates of deposit .................................

Total

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

$10,000 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2,1 1 5 64
52 ,564 87
105,394 69

$172,075 20

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
P. E. Ibach, A lm a ................
Knut Johnson, A lm a.........
G. Ryffel, A lm a....................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$6 ,000 00
1,000 00
1,0 00 00

A dolf Laue. A lm a................
Sidney P. Ibach, A lm a ...
Total

1,000 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
$10,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

9

Alma Center— Alma Center State Bank.

E.
E.

V. BUCKLEY, President.
A. M ILLER, Vice President.

,T. B. M ILLER, Cashier.
II. S. CADBY, Asst. Cashier.
A.
W. HELW IG, Asst. Cashier

D IRECTO RS.
E. V. Buckley,
J. T. Ringrose,
IT. S. Cadby,
.Tesse Blencoe,
M. D. Merchant,

F.
E.
II.
R.

T.
A.
II.
W.

Nolop,
Miller,
Ormsby,
Iliff.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discou nts........... $107,312 41
Overdrafts ...........................
2 ,0 8 9 27
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
2 ,8 2 4 20
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
1 4 ,544 78
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
117 31
1 ,3 7 5 00
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,8 3 2 95
U. S. and national cur­
rency . . . ...........................
1 ,0 0 8 00
38 44
Nickels and cents .............
Suspense account .............
23 97
Total

......................... $131,166 33

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ........ .............
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid
..................................
Individual deposits, subject
to check ____' . ................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

Total

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

$ 1 0,00 0 00
7 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,3 1 0 81
26 ,726 97
85 ,128 55

$131,166 33

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
J. B. Miller, Alma Center
E. A. Miller, H i x t o n ....
Philip Cheek, B a r a b o o .. .
Robert W. Iliff, Alma Cen­
ter ......................................
Jesse Blencoe. Alma Center
J. T. Ringrose, Alma Cen­
ter ......................................
Lewis Cowles, Alma Cen­
ter ...................................
E. V. Buckley, Alma Cen­
ter ......................................
J. J. Maier, Alma Center


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00

E. W. Sullivan, Alma Cen­
ter
.....................................
500
A. B. Royce.
Alma Center 500
H. II. Ormsby, Alma Cen­
ter
.....................................
500
F. T. Nolop, Alma Center
500
J. R. Carroll, l i t t s v ille ..
500
H. S. Cadby,
Alma Center 1,000
M. D. Merchant, Alma Cen­
ter
..................................
500
Total

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$ 10,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

10

Almena— Almena State Bank.

C. C. COE, President.
CHAS. KAEMMER, Vice President.

HENRY PETERSON, Cashier.
O. L. HANSON, Asst. Cashier.

D IRECTO RS.
M. C. Howard,
George Panian,
C. H. Stuck,

C. C. Coe,
Chas. Kaemmer,
Henry Peterson,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin ...........
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ...........
Total

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

$55,663
1 ,7 32
2 ,3 8 4
1 ,4 6 7

11
82
36
17

3,0 25 14
130 00
20 00
503 75

$1 0,00 0
Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
500
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ........................................
1 ,6 20
Individual deposits, subject
to check ........................ ..
22 ,063
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
32,060

00
00
30
55
79

1,2 01 00
117 29
$66,244 64

Total

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

$66,244 64

NAM ES OP STO C K H O L D E R S.
C. C. Coe, B a rro n ................
M. C. Howard, C am eron. .
H. C. Swetland, Cameron
C. H. Stuck, M arshfield. .
Henry Peterson, Almena. .
George Panian. Almena. . .
Chas. Kaemmer, A lm en a.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

S, W. Sparlin, Almena. . .
200
100
00 Fr. Bourg, A lm ena.............
L. Olcott, Cumberland
500
00 F.
200
00 C. A. Magnus, Glen F lora. .
00
Total ......................... $10,000
00
00

$ 1,000 00

2,0 00
500
1 .5 0 0
2 .5 0 0
500
1,000

00
00
00
00
09

11

Reports of State Banks,

Almond— The Portage County Bank.

O. A. CROWELL, President.
DAVID HICKS, Vice President.

W. A. W EBSTER, Cashier.

D IRECTO RS.
O. A. C’rowell,
David Hicks,
W. A. Webster,

J. W. Dunegan,
E. G. Crowell.

Statement. November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixture's. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

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

$67,398 72
89
37 ,400 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
11,925 29
381 26
615 00
618 45

Capital stock paid i n .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, subject
to check ...........................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

$10,000 00
800' 00
1 ,2 6 2 87
4 8 ,0 5 0 54
61 ,490 68
2,291 46

2 ,0 21 00
34 94
$123,895 55

Total

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

$123,895 55

NAM ES OP S T O C K H O LD E R S.
O. A.
David
E. G.
W. A.

Crowell, Alm ond. . .
Hicks, A lm on d. . . .
Crowell, A lm o n d ...
Webster , Alm ond. .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$6,800
900
1,000
300

00 .L W. Dunegan, Stevens
00
Point ...................... ...........
00
Total .........................
00

1,000 00
$ 10,000 00

12

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

Amery— Bank of Amery.

FRED OLCOTT, President
GEO. F. GRIFFIN , Vice President.

L. Q. OLCOTT, Cashier.
MARY PETERSON, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Thos.
L. Q.
Fred
John

H. Thompson,
Olcott,
Olcott,
Langenbach,

Geo. F. Griffin,
E. J. Schneider,
S. L. Pennington.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and d iscou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and f ix t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Other resources ..................
Total

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

L iab ilitie s.

$81,945 46
421 09
2 ,8 0 0 00
3 ,7 2 8 00
1 ,5 4 8 55
4 ,9 2 7 79
685 00
1 ,5 8 7 65

Capital stock paid i n .......
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Due to banks— d ep osits..
Individual deposits, subject
to check ...............
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$20,000 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
304 29
1 ,1 1 3 9*
25 ,565 79
52 ,1 1 2 87

4 ,8 7 8 00
75 35
500 00
$103,096 89

Total

......................... $103,096 89

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Thos. H. Thompson, St.
Croix Falls ....................
Geo. H. Thompson, St.
Croix Falls ......................
Fred
Olcott,
St.
Croix
Falls ...................................
W. C. Thompson, St. Croix
Falls .................................
E. J. Olson, St. Croix Falls
Alfred Isaacson, St. Croix
Falls ..................................
L. Q. Olcott, A m ery...........
Gertrude Olcott, Amery. .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Nell T. Olcott, St. Croix
Falls .................................
John
Comer,
St. Croix
1,200 00
Falls .................................
Geo. F. Griffin, A m e r y ...
1,2 00 00 E. J. Schneider, A m e r y ...
W. H. Holliday, Clam Falls
600 00 S'. L. Pennington, Am ery.
300 00 Frank Olcott, Cumberland.
John Langenbach, A m e ry ..
300 00
1,5 00 00
Total .........................
500 00

$8,000 00

300 00
300 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
1,0 00 00
300 00
1,000 00
1,0 00 00
1,0 00 00
$20,000 00

13

Reports of State Banks.

Amery— Farmers and Merchants State Bank.

J. G. BURMAN, President.
C. H. OAKEY, Vice President.

P. C. AMUNDSON, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Gust. Paulson,
T.
O. Winger,
E.
W. Carlson,
W. W. Winchester,
P. C. Amundson.

J. G. Burman,
H. J. Soper,
H. T. Lund,
C. H. Oakey,
Gentz Perry,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L iab ilitie s.

R esources.

Loans and discou nts......... $148,884
1,2 69
4 ,0 0 0
Banking house ....................
2 ,1 00
Furniture and fix tu r e s.. . .
500
Other real estate ow n e d ..
Due from approved reserve
33 ,240
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
1 ,0 67
cash items ......................
1,150
Gold coin .................... . . .
805
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur4 ,6 5 0
rency ............................. .. .
24
Nickels and cen ts................
354
Other resources ..................

58
99
00
00
00
60
86
00
50

Capital stock paid i n .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, subject
to check ...........................
Time certificates of deposit ...................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’s checks outstanding ......................................

$15,000 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,7 49 25
55,803 31
118,855 17
3 ,8 39 99
299 59

00
75
03

Total ......................... $198,047 31

T otal ......................... $198,047 31

NAMES OH STOCKHOLDERS.
H. J. Soper, Cedar Rapids,
l a ...........................................
J. G. Burman, A m e r y ....
Chas. H. Oakey, O sc e o la ..
A. P. Jerdee, D e r o n d a ....
H. T. Lund, A m ery...........
Gentz Perry, A m e r y . . . . . .
Lucina Sylvester, A m e r y ..
Gust. Paulson, A m ery.........
Swan Paulson, C la y t o n ...
Theo. Erickson, C layton. .
John Hedlund, C la y t o n ...
M. M. Turner, A m e r y ....
H. B. Crommett, A m e ry ..


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$5 ,000
4,4 00
900
300
100
200
200
200
100
100
100
700
100

P. P. Wiberg, A m ery.........
00 Fred Route, A m ery...........
00 T. O. Winger, A m e r y ....
00 A. J. Anderson, A m e r y ....
00 E. W. Carlson, A m ery.........
00 John Banks, R icn a rd son ..
00 Nels. Simley, Balsam Lake
00 Hans Christensen, A m ery.
00 Chas. Bergren, A m e r y ....
00 W. W. Wincuester, Amery
00 P. C. Amundson, A m e r y ..
00 O. S. Lee, A m ery................'
00
Total .........................
00

100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
500
1,100'
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$15,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banhing.

14

Amherst— The International Bank of Amherst.

GEO. W. FLEM ING, President.
JAM ES J. NELSON, Vice President.

L. A. POMEROY, Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
L. A. Pomeroy,
C. F. Haertel.

J. J. Nelson,
Geo. W. E'leming,
P. N. Peterson,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts......... $130,066 83
498 58
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
24
,884
00
other bonds ....................
3 ,0 0 0 00
Banking house ....................
Due from approved reserve
18 ,162 56
banks .................................
10 ,7 6 4 24
Due from other banks. ..
Checks on other banks and
1 ,1 4 9 45
cash items ......................
1 ,7 45 00
Gold coin .............................
815 90
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
3 ,6 0 4 00
rency .................................
51 93
Nickels and cents ..............
Total ........................

$194,742 49

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, subject
to check ...........................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Certified checks ..................

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

$1 5,00 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,1 9 0 64
39,149 43
2 ,0 8 0 43
132,261 99
60 00

$194,742 49

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
George W. Fleming, Am­
herst ...................................
L. A. Pomerov. Am herst. .
P. N. Peterson, A m h erst..
James J. Nelson, Amherst.
C. N. E’ en ton, A m h e r s t.. .
C. F. Haertel, A m h e r s t...
F. E. Timian estate, A m ­
herst ...................................


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Olive
Davis,
Rochester,
N. Y ......................................
M.
Nelson,
Stevens
00 A.
P o i n t ...................................
00
00 Julia Nelson, Stevens Point
00
Total ..........................
00

$ 2,000 0 !)

6,100
500
1,000
100
800

1 , 0 0 0 00

1,000 00
2,000 00
500 0 )
$15,000 00

15

Reports of State Banks.

Amherst Junction— The Security Bank.

C.
N.

M. DW IN ELL, President.
J. LOBERG. V ice President.

II. N. NELSON, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
C.
N.
E.

M. Dwinell,
J. Loberg,
J. Carley,

J. W. Dunegan,
H. N. Nelson.

Statement. November 10, 1910.
L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S and national currency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

$40,980 86
192 43

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

$57,216 25

3,0 00 00
1,2 00 00
800 00
6,7 82 66
305 26
400 00
936 60

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual deposits, subject
to check ...........................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

$8,500 00
300 00
613 05
3 00
8 ,9 4 9 27
38 ,533 35
317 58

2,541 00
77 44
Total ........................

$57,216 25

NAM ES OE STO C K H O L D E R S.
C.

E. Kanute, Highland
Springs, V a........................
E. W. Czeskleba, Waupaca
II. N. Nelson, Amherst
Junction ............. ............
C. L. Buswell, I o la ...........
August Suchert, Amherst
ju n ction ...........................
A.
Johnson,
Clithe'rall,
Minn.....................................
J. A. Miller, Amherst Junc­
tion ....................................
L. L. Nelson,
Amherst
Junction ...........................
E. J. Carley, A rn o tt.........
N. J. Loberg, N e lso n v ille ..
M.
M.
Reine,
Vashon,
W ash....................................


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$500 00
400 00
1 ,9 0 0 00
200 00

200 00
100 00
100 00
400 00
200 00
500 00
400 00

J. A. Nelson, A m h e r s t ....
E. C.
W alton,
Stevens
Point .................................
J. A. Week, Stevens Point
A.
0,
Hanna,
Stevens
Point .................................
A. R. Week, Stevens Point
J. W. Dunegan, Stevens
Point .................................
R. L. Kraus, M arshfield. . .
W. D. Connor, Marshfield.
C. M. Dwinnell, Amherst.
Ada C. Dwinell, A m herst. .
M. K. Hanson, Amherst
Jet................. ........................
Total

100 00

1,000 00
100 00

300 00
300 00
400 00
300 00
300 00
200 00

300 00
300 00
$8,500 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking

16

Antigo— The Fidelity Savings Bank of Antigo, Wisconsin.

HENRY HAY, President.
ANTON MOLLE, Vice President.

' W ALTER R. DASKAM, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Henry Hay,
Anton Molle,
W alter R. Daskam,
W. J. Mattek,

J. A. Rudolph,
John Benisliek,
C. S. Pierce.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and d i s c o u n t s .... . $113,816 76
O v e r d r a fts ....................1. . .
464 84
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
3 ,6 5 8 30
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
7 ,2 0 0 61
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
27 05
Gold coin .............................
1 ,0 1 2 50
Silver coin ...........................
638 85
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
2 ,3 9 3 00
Nickels and cents ..............
63 73
Expense account ................
3 ,4 4 2 36
total

Capital stock paid i n .......
Undivided profits, less curren expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Due to banks— deposits. . .
Individual
deposit,
sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................

$5 0,00 0 00
6 ,0 7 8 93
5 ,0 0 0 00
22 ,069 84
45 ,397 50
4 ,1 71 73

00

$1 32,718 00

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Henry Hay. A n tig o .............
W alter R. Daskam, Antigo
Anton Molle, A n tig o ...........
F. W. Bauter, A n tig o ......
Geo. L. Madson, Neenah. . .
F. C. Mever, A ntigo. . . . . . .
W. B. M cArthur, A n tigo. .
L. Freiburger, A n tig o .........
Jos. Spoerl, A n tig o ................
,T. C- Lewis, A n tig o ..............
A. M cAllister, O c o n t o ....
John Sipek, A n tig o .............
M. J. Donohue, A ntigo. . .
Sam Ullman, A n tig o...........
W. J. Mattek, N eva...........
D. Rounseville, A ntigo. . . .
John Oik, A n tig o ..................
John Benishek, A ntigo........
Wencel Sipek, A n tig o.........
John Palmer, A n t ig o ..........
J. A\ Rudolph, A n tig o.........


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$4,000
6,7 00
1,0 00
500
1,000
200
3 ,5 0 0
100
500
4,500
1 ,0 0 0
300
300
1,000
1 ,0 0 0
1,000
500
500
800
200
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

Anton Follstad, E lcho. . ...
G. J. Quigley, A ntigo. . . .
Wm. Upton, Jr., A ntigo. .
E. C. Larzelere, A n tig o. . .
W. L. Lyon, A n tig o...........
J. C. Spencer, A n tig o. . . .
L. A. Pomeroy, A m herst. .
C. S. Pierce, Milwaukee. . .
Adaline P. Choate, Osh
kosh .................................
.Tos. Hoffman, A ntigo. . . .
Fred L. Berner, A ntigo. . .
Minnie W. Goebel, A ntigo.
Peter O’ Connor, A n tig o ..
John C. W right, A ntigo. .
K. H. Spencer, Algona, la
P. Shay. C randon...............
B. W. Rynders, A n t ig o ..
Fred V. Watson, A ntigo.
T o t a l ...........................

200
500
800
200
1,000
500
1,500
3,0 0 0

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

7,500
500
1,000
500
200
1,000
1,000
500
500
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$50,000 00

Reports of State Ba?iks.

17

Arcadia— Bank of Arcadia.

KMIL M AURER, President.
JOHN C. GAVENEY, Vice President.

O. P>. STROUSE, Cashier.
NIC. LE'HRBACH, Asst. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
Emil Maurer,
F. C. Richmond,
Nie. Lehrbach,

John C. G'aveney,
J. I. Dewey,
G. N. Hidershide.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Loans and discounts . . . . $ 1 6 3 ,7S5 48
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,3 9 8 22
Stocks and other securities
5 ,3 2 9 00
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
1 ,9 2 5 00
Other real estate ow n ed. .
2 ,4 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
38 ,572 44
Due from other banks. . . .
1,200 00
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
341 20
Gold coin .............................
290 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,1 0 5 55
tJ. S. and national cur­
rency .................... .............
9 ,2 9 4 00
Nickels and cen ts................
50 51
Total ......................... $225 ,6 9 1 4o

L iab ilitie s.

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund .....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, subject
to check ...........................
Time certificates of dea P?sit ............................
Savings deposits ..............

$25 000 Of
1 0 ,0 0 0

00

j 9 9 9 63
4 7 443 22

134,748 43
6 ,8 3 0 12

Total ......................... $225,691 40

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Emil Maurer, A r c a d i a ....
$ 4 ,300 00 Mrs. Josephine Hidershide,
,1. M. Fertig, A r c a d i a . ...
1 ,5 0 0 00
Arcadia ..............................
500 00
Nie Lehrbach, A r c a d i a ....
3 ,0 0 0 00 Miss Julia Agnes, A rcadia
500 00
G. N. Hidershide, A rcadia
3 ,5 0 0 00 Geo. Bohrnstedt, A rcadia. .
500 00
J. C. Gaveney, A rca dia. . .
2 ,5 0 0 00 Christian Haines, A rcadia.
200 00
2,0 00 00 George Haines, A r c a d ia ...
J• I- Dewey, A rca dia.........
300 00
W. O. Richtmann, Satsuma
John ROesch, A r c a d i a . ...
50 0 00
Heights, F la......................
500 00 F. C. Richmond, A r ca d ia ..
1 ,1 0 0 00
ft. P> Strouse, A r c a d i a ....
1,000 00 Ida M. Richmond, A rcadia
100 00
C. Wohlgenant, A r ca d ia ..
1 ,0 0 0 00 Clara G. Richmond, A rca­
George Schmidt, A r ca d ia ..
1,000 00
dia ............................... ^.. .
1 0 0 00
Ed. Erickson, A rcadia. . . .
100 00
W. F. Haines, A r c a d i a ....
400 00
Total ........................
$25,000 00
\V. C. Bohrnstedt, A rcadia.
400 00

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Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

18

Arena— The Arena State Bank.

T.
G. CRETNEY, I resident.
ROBERT LOYD, Vice President.

S. W. DAWSON, Cashier.
VVM. G. ORHT, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Wm. G. Orht,
S. W. Dawson.

T.
G. C reine/,
J. T. Pauli,
James Laughlin,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national currency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Expense account ................
Total

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

$23,659
409
1,3 50
1 ,3 80

48
29
00
32

9 ,0 53 41
495 00
31 35

Capitalstock paid in ...........
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid
...............................
Individual deposits, subject
to check ...........................
Demand certificate's of de­
posit
...............................

$10,000 00
541 68
20 ,3 8 5 45
8 ,4 92 50

2,3 0 3 00
5 22
732 56
$39,419 63

Total

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

$39,410 03

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
T. G. Cretney, R idgew ay. .
.Tames Laughlin, Ridgeway
.T. T. Paul, R idgew ay. . . .
S. W. Dawson, A ren a. . . .
William G. Orht, A r e n a ..


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$ 4 ,500
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
500

00
00
00
00
00

Robert Lloyd, Lamoure, N.
Dak.......................................
David Lloyd, Lamoure, N.
Dak.......................................
Total

1 ,0 00 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
$10 ,000 00

19

Reports of State Banks.

Argyle— Commercial State Bank.

A.
O.

G. HAW LEY, President.
G. VINGER, Vice President.

H. N. GRUBBS, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
A. G. Hawley,
O. G. Vinger,
Jno. W ood,
Geo. Crotty,
Hobt. Peacock,

Jas. Jones,
Jno. McGrath,
Ed. Vinger,
C. H. Thompson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Liab ilities.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve’
banks .................................
Duo from other b a n k s ....
Gold coin .............................
U.

$61,458 81 Capital stock paid in . . . .
23 92 Undivided profits, less cur3,0 00 OO
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
14,351 33 Individual deposits, subject
to check ...........................
6,758 53
1 ,3 2 0 00 Demand certificates of de220 00
posit .................................

S. and national currency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................

1,5 13 OO
42 62

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

$88,688 21

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

$16,000 00
644 81
24,567 03
47,476 37

$88,688 21

*3
NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
A. G. Hawley, A rg y le-----O. G. Vinger, A rg y le ...........
Robt. Peacock, A r g y le -----Nim O. Nelson, A r g y l e ... .
O. B. Nelson, A r g y le...........
H. N. Grubbs, A rg y le .........
IL F. Hawley, A rg y le.........
Jno. W ood, A rg y le ................
Jno. Conway, A rg y le ...........
Ed Vinger, A d am s................
Anton A. Nybroten, Adams
Jno. E. Sullivan, A rgyle. . .
H. E. Scott, A rgy le.............
F. E. Sweeney, A rg y le.........
Chris II. Thompson, Argyle
Anna Nelson, A rg y le...........
Hal Murley, B elm on t...........
Jno. McGrath, W io ta ...........
Michael Kinane, W io ta . . . .
Elen M. Hawley, A rgyle. . .
Jas. Jones, M o n r o e .. . . . .
McGrath Bros., M o n r o e .. .
Rosie Mulronie, A r g y l e ...


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$1,000
1,000
2 ,5 0 0
1,000
500
500
200
500
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

200
100
300
500
600
200
500
200
200
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
On
00

200 00

200 00
200 00

200 00

M. H. McNulty, A rgyle. . . .
Ed Hill, A r g y l e . . . . '...........
Ellen Barry, W io ta ...........
W illiam F. Barry, W iota. .
O. O. Seatvet, A rg y le ...........
A. E. Paulson, Blanchardville ....................................
Levi Jacobs, W io ta .............
Ed Riese, Jord an ..................
Dan S. Hawley, Argyle. . . ,
Levi H. Poff, A dam s...........
Jos. Barry, W io ta .............
Mike Flannery, Adams. . . .
Eva M. Goddard, A rgyle. .
Henry Vinger, Lam ont. . . .
Ralph Stevens, Argyle
Mary Collentine, A r g y le. . .
Irve Curry, L am ont...........
Geo. Crotty, M adison.........
H. A. Andrews, L a m o n t..
T o t a l ...........................

200
400
200
100
100

00
00
00
00
00

500
100
100
300
200
100
200
200
200
300
100
400
500
300

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$16,000 00

20

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Argyle— State Bank of Argyle.

F.
L.

A. W ADDINGTON, President.
A. ROSSING, Vice President.

L. W ADDINGTON, Cashier. C. T. THOMPSON, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
F.
L.
L.

A. W addington,
W addington.
A. Rossing,

Joseph Kemp,
J. J. Uren.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and d iscounts......... $275,083 28
Overdrafts .................
3 ,4 1 4 29
U. S'., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
62 ,445 00
Banking house ....................
3 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,8 2 5 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
51 ,6 8 4 62
Due from other banks. . . .
2 2 ,347 39
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
179 12
2 ,2 7 5 00
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
904 05
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
7 ,4 6 1 00
Nickels and c e n t s ..............
98 80
Total ......................... $430,717 55

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, subject
to check ...........................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ..................................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................

$25,000 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,6 7 8 90
95 ,028 29
279,310 36
20 ,700 00

Total ......................... $430,717 55

NAM ES OH STO C K H O L D E R S.
M. H. McNulty, A rgyle. . . .
Ralph Stephens, Argyle . .
Hans Michaelson, A rgyle. .
John Monaghan, A r g y l e ...
Oscar L. Hansen, A r g y le ..
John ,T. Uren, A r g y le .........
Renhart Jackson, A rgyle. . .
P. P. Aim, A r g y le ..................
J. A. Hendrickson, A rgyle.
F. C. O. Muenich, A rgyle. .
Henry Wieman, W oodford.
Christ Marty, A r g y le .........
Peter Olson, A rg y le .............
Jos. Kemp, W o o d ford .........
John Barry, W o o d fo r d ...
C. O. Hendrickson, A rgyle.
John Nall, A rg y le ................
Frank Mullen, Sr., A rgyle.
John Flanagan, A r g y le . . . .
M. E. McDonnell, A r g y le ..
L. A. Rossing, A rgy le.........


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$500
200
200
500
3 ,2 0 0
1,6 00
300
200
200
300
500
200
600
300
300
300
300
300
300
500
1 ,5 00

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
On
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

Ole A. Tollackson, A rgyle.
Chris Gierhart, A rg y le. . . .
Herman Gempeler, A rgyle.
Chris E. Peterson, A rgyle.
W. II. Carey, A rg y le ...........
Ed Tobin, A r g y le................
John Flannery, A r g y l e ... .
Michael Monaghan, Argyle
Andrew Munson, A rgyle. .
George G. Gaskill, A rgyle.
Olaf I. Paulson, A r g y le ...
John P. Kundert, A rgyle. .
Olgar P. Olson, A rg y fe. . . .
Theo. Tollackson, A r g y le ..
L. W addington, A rgyle. . . .
E. C. W addington, A rgyle.
F. A. W addington, Argyle.
J. S. W addington, A r g y le ..
T o t a l ...........................

200
300
200
600
300
200
500
300
800
200
500
500
200
300
1,500
1,500
4,5 00
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$25,000 00

21

Reports o f State Banks.

Arlington— Arlington State Bank.

G. MCMILLAN, President.
A. C. ELLICKSON, Vice President.

D. W. TOOK, Cashier.
W. C. HAHN, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
G.
A.
G.
W.

McMillan,
C. Ellickson,
H. Dunlop,
C. Ilahn,

W. H. Kroncke,
John Standenmayer,
John Stevenson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Eurniture and fixtures . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks ..................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items .......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total .........................

L iab ilitie s.

$45,743
143
2 ,6 2 0
1 ,2 2 0

67
71
00
26

7 ,8 89 59
319 42
200 00
55 00
1 ,1 8 2 45

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ............................... *.
Individual deposits, subject
to check ...........................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................

$15,000 00
147 00
13,362 95
32,635 80

1 ,6 8 6 00
85 65
$61,145 75

Total

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

$61,145 75

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
John Bell, A rlin gton ...........
Clias. Caldwell, R io ...........
D. A. Caldwell. A rlin g to n ..
C. C. Collins, V an’ s Harbor,
M ich.........................................
Andrew R. Currie, A rling­
ton •.............................................
ffm . Dunlop, P o y n e t t e ....
G. H. Dunlop, A rlington. . .
A. C. Ellickson, A rlington.
John O. Ellickson, Edgerton ........................................
A. E. Padness. R io .............
W. F. Goldspohn, Arlington
W. J. Gluth, A r lin g t o n ....
Aug. Gundlach, A rlin gton .
W. C. Hahn, A r lin g to n ...
Wm. Hahn, A rlin gton .........
E. C. Hahn, A r l in g t o n ....
W. C. Haupt. A r lin g to n ...
Wm. H. Kroncke, l o y nette ........................................
L. N. Lee, P oynette...........
E. D. Lerch, M orrison ville.
Sam Lintner, A r lin g to n ...


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$500 00 O. G. Kleinert, M orrison­
ville ....................................
500 00
200 00 Geo. McMillan. A rlington.
G. McMillan, A r lin g to n ...
500Wm.
00 Mielke, A rlin g ton . . . .
D. W. Poor, A rlington. . . .
Itobt.
Robertson, Arlington
20000
500 00 W. R. Schultz, A r lin g ton ..
500 00 Wilhelm Schmidt, Arling­
ton ......................................
500 00
John Solheim, A rlington. .
Startin. A r lin g ton ..
200Chas.
OO
100 00 John Staudenmayer, A r­
200 00
lington ...............................
200 00 Wm. Steffenhagen, A rling­
ton ......................................
200 00
500 00 John Stevenson, Arlington.
500 00 Thos. Stevenson, Arlington.
500 00 Clark Stevenson, A rlington.
200 00 Herman Steltner, A rlington
Steimke Bros., A rlin g ton . .
300 00Wm. Templeman, Arlington
•
500 00 T. G. Thistle, A r lin g to n ...
500 00 Mollie Wohlwend, Poynette
500 00
T o t a l ...........................

200
500
500
200
200
500
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

500 00
100 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
500 00
200 00
200 00
500 00
200 00
500 00
200 00
500 00
$15,000 00

22

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Athens— The Bank of Athens.
A.
E.

L. KREU TZER, President.
E. SCHLEGEL, Vice President.

R.

NEUENSCHWANDER,

Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
E.
E. Schlegel,
Geo. A. Kreutzer,
J. H. Chesak,

C. S. Gilbert,
H. G. Flieth,
W. Alexander.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L iab ilities.

R esources.

Loans and d iscou nts........... $111,279 93
111 08
Overdrafts ............................
1 ,5 0 0 00
Banking house ..................
1,5 00 00
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
28,289 09
banks .................................
1.145 00
Gold coin .............................
740 80
Silver coin ...........................
IT. S‘. and national cur4
,1
5 6 00
rency .................................
'208 07
Nickels and cents .............
Total ........................

$148,929 97

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, subject
to check ...........................
Time certificates of deposit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Total

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

$2 0,00 0 00
6 ,5 00 00
2,9 12 72
47.737 58
52,932 50
18,847 17
$148,929 97

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Mary Strupp, W a u s a u ....
E. E. Schlegel. A t h e n s ...
Celia Braun, A th ens...........
H. G. Flieth, W ausau____
John F. Ross, Oak Park,

111......................................

H. M. Thompson, M ilwau­
kee ......................................
Louis Dessert. M osinee. . . .
W. L. Erbach, A th ens___
Alex. Stewart, W a u s a u ...
W alt. Alexander, W ausau.
Geo. A. Kreutzer, Athens.
John H. Chesak. Athens. .
C. S. Gilbert, A th en s.........
Jos. Chesak, A th ens...........
Henry Degner, A th e n s ....
A. L. Kreutzer, W au sa u ..
C. B. Bird W ausau...........
R. Neuenschwander, Athens
A. C. Rietbrock, Milwaukee
Christina Klann, M ilwau­
kee .....................................
A. F. Hoge, A t h e n s . . . . .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$600
1 ,7 00
200
1,0 00

1,100
1,500
500
1,0 00
900
900
1,600
1,3 00
500
200
200
1,200
300
200
500

00 Hy. Ensrebrecht, A th ens. .
00 Christ Keiner, A th e n s .. . .
00 T. E. Fulmer, Athens. . . .
00 Anton M. Mîmes, Athens.
Frank F. Chesak, Athens.
00 Hy. Kreutzer, A t h e n s ....
A. Bloczynski, Athens. . . .
00 F. A. Lonsdorf, A th en s..
00 R. II. Zuelke, A th en s.........
00 G. T. Fulmer, Athens. . ..
00 John C. Chesak, P oniatow ­
ski ......................................
00
00 John Stallmann, Corinth.
GO Gertrude Braun, A th en s..
00 John Braun, A th ens.........
00 Jos. Zeier, Ham burg...........
00 Reinhold Paersch, Athens.
00 Wm. Degner, .-uhens.........
00 H. B. Esselman, A th en s..
00 Geo. Sutter, A th ens...........
00 A. C. Bartelt, Athens. . ..

500 00
100 00

T o t a l ..........................

100
100
200
200
400
200
100
200
200
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

200
100
300
100
100
100
100
600
400
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$20,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

23

Auburndale— Auburndale State Bank.

R. A. CONNOR, President.
FRED SCHULTZ, Vice President.

GEO. H. BAUER, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
R. A. Connor,
Fred Schultz,
W. D. Connor,
Jos. O. Berdan,
John J. Baltus,

George Schmidt,
N. M. Be'rg,
F. W. Parks,
A. J. Friedrich.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

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

L iab ilities.

$24,554 25
61 12
13 ,255 90
3 ,2 3 8 95
1 ,9 76 14
3 ,5 2 9 26
3 ,3 9 0 16

Capital stock paid in .........
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, subject
to check ...........................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$13,000 00
862 19
17 ,740 60
20,421 63

10 37
467 70
1 ,4 7 2 00
68 57
$52,024 42

Total

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

$52,024 42

NAMES' OF STOCKHOLDERS.
W. D. Connor, Marshfield
Robert Connor, Marshfield
R. A. Connor, Auburndale
N. M. Berg, Auburndale. .
Geo. Schmidt, Sr., Auburn­
dale ...........................................
A. .T. Friedrich, Auburndale
Geo. H. Bauer, Auburndale ...........................................
Fred Schultz, Auburndale
Wm. Cady. Auburndale. . .
.Tos. Baierl, Auburndale. .
E. M. Deming, Marshfield
.John Markee, Sr., Auburndale ...........................................
Wenzel Treml, Auburndale
.Tos. Kundinger, Auburndale ...........................................
Frank Herman, Auburn­
dale ...........................................
Geo. Davel, S tra tford ........


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

M. E. Kieffer, L aon a.........
Geo. Kundinger, Auburn­
dale ....................................
,T. L. Schumacher, Auburn­
dale .............
500 00R. P. Potter, Marshfield. .
John
J. Baltus, Auburn­
500 00
dale ....................................
Conrad
Heeg,
Auburndale
300 00
500 00 Peter Engeldinger, Auburn­
dale ....................................
200 00
Auburndale
300 00 Ferd Schultz,
300 00 .Tamos Glenn on, Auburn­
dale ....................................
Auburndale.
30000Mike Brandi.
200 00 Jos. Breu, A u b u rn d a le...
Anton Ashbeck, Auburn­
20000 dale ...................................
Jos. W illfarth, Auburndale
200 00'F ran k Hilgarth, Auburn­
dale ....................................
100 00

$500
500
500
200

00
00
00
00

200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
200 Oo
200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
100 00

24

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
F. F. Syms, Auburndale. .
Conrad Krings, Auburndale ....................................
Goo. J. Baltus, Auburndale ....................................
Anna
W elland,
Auburndale
.................................
John Koller, Arp in ...........
Craig P. Connor, Auburndale ...................................
Paul W url, Auburndale. .
Louis Aschenbrenner, Jr.,
Auburndale ....................
Ferd Herman, Auburndale
Mrs.
Katherine
Aschenbrenner, Auburndale . . .
Jos. Koller, Auburndale. .
C. Schulhauser, Auburndale ....................................
Nick Kelnhofer, Auburndale ...................................
Ben Hafenbredel, Sr., Aubum dale ...........................
Ben Hafenbredel, Jr., Aubum dale ...........................
Jos.- Kohel, Auburndale. .
Ole Rudi, Auburndale. . . .
Mary Treml, Marshfield. .
M att Schill, Auburndale. .
M. E. Reynolds, Marshfield
J. A. Roy, Sherry.............


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100
100
100
100
100

00
00
00
00
00

1 00 00
100 ÖÖ

Geo. Hooper, M illa d o re ..
John M. Beaver, Sherry. .
Mrs. L. S. Berg, Auburndale ...................................
P. W. Parks, Sherry.........
Otto Schultz, Auburndale.
Chas. Linzmeier, Milladore
H. S. Wahl, Stratford. . .
Marie Roehrborn, Auburndale1 .............................
Herman Lipka, Auburndale
Ivnut
Evenson,
Auburndale ....................................
Aug. Schultz, Auburndale.
Albert Madenwaldt, Aubum dale ...........................
Ole Severtson, Auburndale
Aug. Mews, Auburndale. .
Albert
Schuster,
Rhinelander ...............................
Fred Jones, Auburndale'. .
.Tames Brozek, Sherry. . . .
Chas. W einfeld, W ausau. .
Chas.
Schultz,
Auburndale ...................................
Wm. P. Berdan, Auburndale ....................................
Jos. O. Berdan, Auburndale ...................................
W. A. Berdan, Auburndale

100 00
100 00
100
100
100
100
500

00
Ou
00
00
00

100 00
100 00
100 00
100 Oo
100 00
100 00
100 00

too 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
200 00

Total ........................... .$ 1 3 ,0 0 0 00

Reports of State Banks.

25

Augusta— Augusta State Bank.

IRA B. BRADFORD, President.
C. E. BRADFORD, Vice President.

A.
E.

E. BRADFORD, Cashier.
E. THW ING , Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTO RS.
Ira B. Bradford,
A. E. B radford,

C.

E. B radford.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts......... $177,713 1&
Overdrafts ...........................
3 ,0 71 26
Banking house .......
6 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,8 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
hanks .................................
46 ,493 Ti
Checks on other banks
and cash items .............
200 00
Gold coin .............................
2 ,7 2 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
878 00
TJ. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
7 ,6 9 3 00
Nickels nnd cen ts................
197 61
Total . . . i ................ $246,766 82

Capital stock paid in ___
Surplus fund .............
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Certified checks ................

$25,000 00
8 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,2 7 4 72
136,157 98
73 ,274 12
1 ,0 60 00

Total ......................... $240,766 82

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Ira B. B radford. Augusta.
Archie E. B radford, Augusta . .
Lavina A. Bradford, Augusta


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$22,800 00
1,000 00

Elmer M. B radford,
gusta
Clinton E. B radford,
gusta

Au100 00
Au-

1 ,0 0 0 00
Total

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

100 00
$25,000 00

26

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Avoca— Avoca State Bank.

DANIEL BOHAN, President.
JOHN B. EAGAN, Vice President.

P. R. EMMERT, Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
Daniel Bohan,
John B. Eagan,
C. Iv. Miles,

J. H. Miles,
P. R. Emmert.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

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

$41,764 09
552 34
929 82
5 ,1 62 57
6,3 05 12
199 99
1,8 05 00
449 55

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid .................................
Individual
deposits, subject to check ..................
Demand certificates of deposit .................................
Time certificates of doposit .................................

o
o
o
o

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national currency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................

00

360 62
30,038 46
2 ,3 1 9 86
16,087 52

1,5 54 00
83 98
$58,800 46

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

$58,806 46

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
Daniel Bohan, A v o c a . . . .
John B. Eagan, A v o c a .. .
J. H. Miles, Mt. Carroll,
111...........................................
C. K. Miles, Savanna, 111.
Jos. S. Miles, Mt. Carroll,
111......................... ..............
A. J. Miles, Mt. Carroll,
111...........................................
W. S. Wallace, Savanna,
111...........................................
C. E. Beaver, Mt. Carroll,
Til...........................................
C. M. W olf, Alta, I o w a ..


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$500 00
400 00

W. H. Wildey, Mt. Carroll,
111. ' ......................................
H. S. M etcalf, Mt. Carroll,
111...........................................
1,500 00
1 ,5 00 00 Mary G. Keim, Mt. Carroll, 111..............................
1,200 00 N. H. Melendy, Mt. Carroll,
111...........................................
500 00 Michael Schoelch, Freeport,
111...........................................
500 00 P. It. Emmert, A v o ca .........
500 00
500 00

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

500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
400 00
500 00
$10,000 00

27

Reports o f State Banks.

Bagley— Bagley State Bank.

L.
NEWMAN, President.
CHAS. J. GLASS, Vice-President.

W. F. LINDEMANN, Cashier.
A. It. CALKINS, Asst. Cashier.

D IRECTO RS.
L.
Newman,
W. F. Lindemann,
T.
E. Brodt,

A. R. Calkins.
Chag. J. Glass.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

Loans and d iscounts.........
( iverdrafts ...........................
U. S'., state, municipal
and other bon ds.............
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fix tu r e s ....
Due from approved reserve'
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin .............................
U. S. and national curron cy .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

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

L iab ilitie s.

$35,072 25
555 60
4 ,0 0 0 00
1.190 63
957 40
8 ,0 18 00
339 70
5 00
578 50

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid .. .
Individual deposits, subject to check ..................
Time certificates of deposit .................................

$5 .000 00
135 Oo
632 66
16,616 64
31,493 48

2 ,2 1 7 00
34 70
$53,877 78

T otal

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

$53,877 78

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
Mary E. Calkins, B agley. .
H. L. Harvey, Sisseton,
S. D .....................................
T. E. Brodt, B agley...........
A. R. Calkins, B agley. . . .
John Brierley, La Mesa,
Cal.........................................
W. H. M illin, B ag ley .........
Alice Patey, Dubuque, la.
Phillippa Lindemann, Bagley .......................................
W. F. Lindemann, B agley.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$400 00

L. Newman, B agley...........
J. F. Haville, B agley.........
L. A. Beer, B ag ley .............
Fred A. Glass, B ag ley .........
John C. Glass, B a g ley.........
Eli Millin, B a g ley ...............
200 00 Geo. Pilkington, B a g le y ...
100 00 Chas. IT. Plondke. Bagley .
100 00 Chas. J. Glass, B agley. . .
F. II. Miller, Jr., B agley.
100 00
Total . .........................
2,700 00
200 00
100 00
100 00

100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
$5,000 00

28

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Baldwin— Security State Bank.
JOSEPH YOERG, President.
S. SWENUMSON, Vice President.

E. J. CAVE, Cashier.
CARL O. DAIIL, Asst. Cashier.
D IR E C TO R S.

S. Swenumson,
JosepJh Yoerg,
H. L. North,
W. E. Webster,

S. S. Holmes,
L. Snoeyenbos,
E. J. Cave.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
•Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts......... $117,022 39
Overdrafts ...........................
4 74
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
2 2 ,855 00
Banking house ...........
4 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,5 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
2 2 ,922 07
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
216 67
Gold coin .............................
980 00
Silver coin ................; ____
1 ,0 0 9 80
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
6,3 41 00
Nickels and cents ..............
150 16
Total ........................

$177,001 83

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
....................
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificate's o f de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

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

$25,000 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,0 7 8 92
6 5 ,046 25
4 ,1 2 5 80
79,250 86

$177,001 83

N AM ES OE STO C K H O L D E R S.
Andrew Olson, B a ld w in ..
Clynt Rynolds, Dennebrog,
Neb....................
J. H. Dornick, B a ld w in ..
Wm. Anderson, B ald w in . .
M. L. Parker, Minneapolis,
Minn.....................................
Christ. Snoeyenbos, Ilersey
Nels Olson, B ald w in.........
S. S. Holmes, B a ld w in ...
John Nyman, B a l d w i n ....
Louis Crogen, B a ld w in ...
Joseph Te Henepe, Bald­
win .............
S. Swenumson, B a ld w in ..
Louis Snoeyenbos, Baldwin
A. K. Olson, B ald w in . . . .
Norman Brothers, Baldwin
Harry Joyce, E m e r a ld ....
Mrs. Hannah Webb, Bald­
win .....................................
J. P. Larson, W o o d v ille ...


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$1 ,000 00 Albert Girkink, B a ld w in ..
Charles J. Olson, Baldwin
200 00 Peter Hanson, B a ld w in ...
100 00 A. N. Thompson, Baldwin
200 00 N. O. Johnson, B a ld w in ..
W. E. Webster, H u d son ..
500 00 Ed. H. W ilford, B aldw in.
100 00 G. P. Olson, B ald w in. . . .
100 00 F. J. Carr, H udson...........
1,100 00 H. L. North, H u dson.........
100 00 C. Burkhardt, B urkhardt..
300 00 Joseph Yoerg, Hudson. . . .
E. J. Cave, B ald w in ......... ..
500 00 Lillian Cave, B a ld w in ....
500 00 Mrs. Jessie Kinney, Bald­
1 ,4 0 0 Oo
win ......................................
100 00 Geo. Krauth, B ald w in . . . .
300 00 Chas. Setter,gren, Baldwin
100 00 Sarah Ring, B ald w in...........
Carl O. Dahl, B a ld w in ...
500 00
Total .........................
100 00

100
100
500
100
500
1 ,5 0 0
200
100
1,0 00
2,5 00
2 ,0 0 0
2 ,6 00
3 ,5 0 0
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

100
1 ,1 0 0
1,5 00
100
200

00
00
00
00
00

$25,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

2S>

Baldwin— State Bank of Baldwin.

F. H. WELLCOME, President.
N. L. SWANSON, Cashier.
L. A. CHRISTENSON, Vice President. SAXE SUM ERVILLE, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
F.
O.

H. Wellcome,
Swanson.
K. Hawley,

B. H. Nibbelink,
L. A. Christensen.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ..................
Due from approved reserve
banks ................'..............
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total ........................

$7 6,42 6 62
116 16
7,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,2 3 7 11
220 0b
476 00
5 ,2 2 7 00
20 94
$96,723 83

Capital stock paid
in ....
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
^ Paid ...................................
Due to banks— D ep osits..
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ........................
Total .........................

$2 5,00 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,7 5 4 04
4 1 9 46
10,681 39
5 3 ,1 6 0 31
2 .4 5 5 97
1 ,2 5 2 06
$96,723 83

-NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
N. P. Haugen, M a d is o n ...
Bert W inter, Minneapolis,
M inn......................................
F. II. Wellcome, Minneapo*lis, M inn.............................
Emma K. Pittman, Bald­
win ......................................
N. L. Swanson. Baldw in. . .
O. A. Saugestad, B a ld w n . .
Henry
Anderson
estate,
Baldwin ............................
Edward
Stronks
estate,
Baldwin ...........................
L. A. Christensen, Baldwin


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$500 00 Edwin Saugestad, B aldw in.
B. II. Nibbelink, B aldw in.
1,000 00 O. K. Hawley. B ald w in . . .
John A. Moe. B a ld w in ....
1,000 00 Chas. Moe, B ald w in ...........
Geo. B. Ileebink, Baldw in. .
2,2 00 00 G. J. Vandeberg, B aldw in.
500 00 Julia A. Petersen, Baldwin
1 ,0 0 0 00 M. A. Nye, Minneapolis.
M inn......................................
1 ,0 0 0 Oo Union Investment Co., M in­
neapolis, M in n ..................
2 ,0 0 0 00
200 00
T o t a l ...........................

100 00
]0 0 00
500 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
500 00
300 00
13,500 00
$25,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

30

Balsam Lake— Polk County Bank.

L. C. PERKINS, Cashier.
W. J. W ALLIN , Asst. Cashier.

JAS. J. LAM BRECHT, I resident,
j . H. THOMPSON, Vice President.

D IR E C TO R S.
E. W. Keplinger,
Fred Wade.
Jas. J. Lambrecht,
Harry Merriman,

L. C. Perkins,
E. W. Overman,
Frank Wade,
J. H. Thompson,
W. R. Taylor,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Stocks and other securities ....................................
Banking house ............... .. •
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
Other real estate ow n ed. .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national curroncy .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Other resources ..................
Total .........................

$33,636 53
1 94
250
2,1 0 0
808
1,305

00
00
50
48

7,6 98 83
3 00
255 00
425 05
742 00
71 37
274 72
$47,572 42

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...............................
Due to banks— D eposits. .
Dividends unpaid . . . . . . .
Individual deposits, sub­
je ct to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit ..................................
Savings deposits ................

$1 5,00 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00

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

$47,572 42

567 36
18 52
4 00
15 ,779 46
855 00
8 ,0 29 83
5 ,8 1 8 25

NAM ES OF STO CK H O L D E R S.
Jolin H. Thompson, Balsam
Lake ...................................
E. W. Keplinger, Centuria
Fred Wade, Balsam Lake.
.T. C. Wade', Balsam Lake
Frank Wade, Balsam Lake
John Edman, Park F alls.
E. W. Overman, Balsam
Lake ....................................
Amanda A. Rogers, Balsam
L a k e ....................................
W. R- Taylor. Balsam Lake


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

, .Tames J. Lambrecht, M in­
neapolis, M inn..................
00
00 Cornoration Securities Co.,
Minneapolis, M inn...........
00
00 Harry Merriman, Minneapo­
lis*
M in n .............................
00
C. Perkins,
Balsam
00 L.
Lake .................................
100 00 Sarah Thompson, Balsam
Lake .................................
100 00 W. J. W allin, Balsam Lake
100 00
Total ........................

$200
500
300
100
300
100

3,8 00 00
8 ,1 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
100 00
$15,000 00

Reports of State Banks,

31

Bangor— Bangor State Bank.
L.
J. ROBERTS, President.
WM. SM ITH, Vice President.

E. J. W ILES. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
L. J. Roberts,
Wm. Smith,
E. J. Kneen,
O. W. Jones,

J. R. Jones,
F. W olf,
John Bedessem,
.T. P. Vaughan.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and d iscounts......... $138,722 20
Overdrafts ...........................
64 28
U. S'., state, municipal and
other bonds
................
10 ,000 00
Furniture and fixtures. . .
2 ,0 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
35 ,514 21
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
112 64
Gold coin .............................
680 00
Silver coin ...........................
886 80
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
9 ,2 4 3 00
Nickels and cen ts................
42 67
Total ......................... $197,265 80

Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund . .
Undivided profits, less ‘cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ............................
Dividends unpaid
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check .............
Time certificates o f " de­
posit ..................

Total

$ 2 0 , 0 0 0 00

5 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,5 63 76
48 00
24 ,854 30
142,799 74

$197,265 80

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
L. J. Roberts, B an gor.......
E. J. Kneen, B an gor........
E. J. W i'es, B an gor...........
Wm. Smith. B an gor...........
O. W. Jones, B an gor.......
F. W olf, B an gor..................
E. Merlo, B an gor................
J. D. Vaughan, B a n g o r ...
Jacob Hatz, B an gor...........
John Bedessem, Bangor. . .
John James Estate, Bangor
Robert Davis, B an gor.........
Joseph Fo'ellmi, Bangor. . .
Hussa Brewing Co., Bangor
Oscar Hussa, B an gor.........
Evan Jenkins, B a n g o r ....
Peter Arentz, B an gor.........
W. II. W. Page, Bangor. .
W illis Page, B an gor...........
W. II. Pfaff, B an gor...........
Wm. E. Darling, Bangor. .
August Craig, B an gor.........
John Burback, B angor. . . .
Amelia Josten, W est Salem
Mabel Vaughan, B a n g o r ..
Fannie Hughes, B a n g o r .. .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$4,500
2,000
1,500
500
500
500
500
800
500
500
400
500
500
400
100
400
200
200
200
100
500
200
200
300
100
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

Emma Darling, La Cross
Geo. W olf, Bangor. .
Andrew W olf. Jr.. Bangoi
B. F. Edwards, W a’ es. . .
J. R. Jones, R o c k la n d ..’
Aaron Darling, B angor. . .
Geo. Cooper, B an gor.........
E. D. .Tones. R ock la n d ..'.
Eben E1. Jones, Rockland.
Mrs. H. Potter, Burlinj
ton. l a ......................
Wm. Vehrenkaup, Bangor.
E.
B. Gilbert, B angor. . . .
Joe Rutz, B a n gor................
Nick Arentz, B a n gor.........
Christian Buol, B angor. .
Paul Buol. Bangor ...........
Andrew W olf, Sr., Bangor
N. M. Elsen, B a n gor......
David
Jenkins
Estate,
Bangor .............................
Emelyn Jenkins, B angor. .
Albert Piske, B a n gor.........
Tbt^l

200
200
300
200
100
100
100
400
200

00
00
OO
00
00
00
00
00
00

200
100
100
100
100
200
200
200
200

(X)
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

200 0O
200 Ou
200 00
$ 20,000 00

32

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Bangor— Farmers State Bank.

IRA A. RICHARDSON, President.
A LFR E D MENGEL, Vice President.

ADOLPH TOEPEL, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Ira A. Richardson,
A lfred Mengel,
John Brand,
Adolph Bosshard,
Hugo Hussa,
Otto Bosshard,

John Griffith,
Lud Christopherson,
Peter Burback,
Richard Meinking,
R. M. Jones,
Elmer Feak.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

L iab ilitie s.

$41,236 05
lb

17 ,220 99
2 ,3 56 72

$20,000 00
oo
\o

4 ,0 0 0 00
667 20

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, subject to check ..................
Demand certificates of deposit .................................

CM

Loans and discounts.........
( iverdrafts ...........................
U. 8.. state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Furniture and fixtures . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
IT. S. and national curroncy .................................
Nickels and cen ts................

56

9,621 33
39,255 70

1 45
165 0 b
481 05
2,9 75 00
31 97
$69,135 59

Total

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

$69,135 59

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Otto Bosshard, La Crosse
Theodor Piske, Bangor, R.
D. No. 3 .............................
Wm. Hoerman, B angor. . .
August Brand, B a n g o r ....
Mrs. Elizabeth King, B an­
gor ......................................
Peter Elsen, B a n gor.........
Mrs. G. Bosshard, Bangor
Wm. S'choemberg, B angor.
Wm. W olter, B a n gor.........
August Zabel, Bangor, R.
D. No. 5 ...........................
M. E. Brand, B an gor-----R. E. Jones, B a n gor.........
Chas. Lash, B an gor...........


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1 ,000 00
200 00
300 00
500 00
200 00
200 00
500 00
300 00
200 00
200
500
200
100

00
00
00
00

Wm.
Niedfeldt,
W est
Salem, R. D ....................
R. Meinking, Bangor, R.
D. No. 1 ...........................
John Krause, Bangor, R.
D. No. 1 .............................
Otto Hussa, B angor .........
A. Toepel, B a n gor.............
Hugo Hussa, B a n gor.........
I. A. Richardson, B angor.
Elias Williams, Bangor.
Miss M attie Wilkie, Ban­
gor .....................................
John Hatz, B an gor...........
Miss Nellie Carr, B angor.
R. M. Jones, B a n gor.........

100 00
100 00
500
500
100
1,0 00
1 ,0 0 0
200

00
00
00
00
00
00

200 00
200 00
200 00
500 00

Reports of\ State Banks.

33

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
M ollic Seidel, S parta.........
John Bosshard, B angor. .
A. Bosshard, B an gor.........
M. J. Humphry, B angor. .
Lud Christopherson, B an­
gor .....................................
Bert Sweet, B an gor...........
Ada Miller, B an gor...........
Peter Ilundt, B an gor.........
Clinton Davy, B angor. . . .
H. .T. Kastensmith, Bangor
Aug. Heller, M in d o r a ....
It. H. Raffelson, B angor. .
E. Holberg, B an gor...........
H. Fhaff, B a n gor...............
Orin Fletcher, B angor. . . .
R. L. Bowen, B angor. . . .
Elmer Feak, B a n gor.........
Wm. IT. Miller, B angor. . .
Wm. F. W olter, B angor. .
B. E. Davis, B an gor.........
Julius Wilkie, B angor. . . .
John Brand, B an gor.........
Peter Burbach, B angor. .
Mrs. L. .T. Jones, B angor.
04. Wheldon, Bangor . . . .
R. Wheldon, B a n gor.........
Otto Schroeder, La Crosse

3— B.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

500
100
400
200

00
00
00
00

100 00
200 00
100 00
500 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
500 00
200 00
100 00
100 Oo
200 00

Wm. Elsen, B an gor...........
D. A. Taylor, B angor. . . .
C. W. McKinzie, B angor. .
Miss
Emma
McKinzie,
Bangor .............................
John ITorsman. Bangor . .
John Darms, B a n gor.........
Mrs. Ida Newton. Bangor
W. E. Bosshard, T om a h ..
F. A. Harrison. Brodhead
G. H. Cooper, B a n g o r ....
A. Mengel, B an gor.............
Laurets Chrestensen, Ban_ S.or ....................................
Dwin Williams1, Bangor . .
J. Handy, B angor...............
M. L. Evans, B a n g o r ....
Mrs. M. L. Evans, B angor
Nels Olson, R o c k la n d ....
John Griffith, Bangor . . . .
W alter C. Jenkins, Bangor
Jacob T. Weimer, B angor.
Gust Young, B a n gor.........
Mrs. E. Van Ness, Bangor
E. Harr, Bangor ................
Earl Mengel, B an gor.........
Total ........................

200 Oo
200 00
300 00
200 00
100 00
300 00
100 0o
500 00
200 00
100 00
30 0 00
200 00
100 00
200 00
50 00
50 00
300 00
200 0o
100 00
200 Oo
1 0 0 op
Hio 00
]0P 00
400 00
$20,000 00

34

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Baraboo— Bank of Baraboo.

n.

C.

GROTOPTIORST. President.
W. W HITM AN, Vice President.

.T. VAN ORDEiN, Cashier.
L. S. VAN ORDEN, Asst. Cashier

DIRECTORS.

H. G'rotophorst,
C. W. Whitman,
J. Van Orden,

E. P. M cFetridge,
J. B. Donovan.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts......... $402,245 70 Capital stock paid i n . . . . $100,000 On
Overdrafts ...........................
339 66 Surplus fund ......................
12 ,500 00
U. S., state, municipal and
Undivided profits, less cur­
other bonds ....................
66 7,10 0 00
rent expenses and taxes
Banking house ..................
10 ,000 00
paid ...................................
10 ,422 19
Due from approved reserve
Dividends unpaid .............
100 00
banks .................................
328,878 01 Individual
deposits, sub­
Due from other b a n k s ....
219,752 69
630,998 91
ject to check ..................
Che'clis on other banks and
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
cash items .......................
1 ,8 1 8 36
62,182 94
Gold coin .............................
28 ,0 0 0 00 Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
58 3,04 7 90
Silver coin ...........................
3 ,2 8 6 80
Savings deposits ...............
272,099 37
U. S. and national cur­
325 00
rency .................................
12 ,478 00 Certified checks ................
Nickels and cen ts................
277 09 Reserve fo r taxes and in­
terest ...............................
2 ,5 0 0 00
Total

$ 1 ,6 7 4 ,1 7 6 31

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

$ 1 ,6 7 4 .1 7 6 31

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.

Herman Grotophorst, Bara­
boo ......................................
C. W. Whitman, Baraboo.
E. P. McFetridge. Baraboo
J. B. Donovan, B araboo.
Risley Bros., B a r a b o o ....
M. R. Davenport, Baraboo
Philip Cheek, B a r a b o o ....
.Tames Dickie, B a r a b o o ...
F. C. Peck, B araboo.........
Carl Isenberg, B a r a b o o ...
Jacob Van Orden, Baraboo
L. S. Van Orden, Baraboo
Geo. Carpenter, Baraboo.
G. M. Hill, B araboo.........
A. F. Reiner, Fond du Lac


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$5,000
5 ,0 0 0
2 ,5 0 0
2,5 00
2,0 00
2,0 00
1,5 00
2 ,0 0 0
2 .5 0 0
2,0 00
51 ,700
2,0 00
1,0 00
2 ,5 0 0
J,

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
CO
00
00
00
QQ

John H. Astle, B a r a b o o ...
Henry A. Hill, B a r a b o o ..
Geo. T. Thuerer, Bavaboo.
Rollo Morley, B araboo. . .
Robt. W. Morley, Baraboo
Frank Morley, B araboo. .
Otto Sehadde, B a r a b o o .. .
A. W. Melzl, B a r a b o o ....
W. E. Baringer, B araboo.
H. L. Halsted. B a r a b o o ...
Ckas. Wild, B araboo.........
Enos Sherman, B a ra b o o ..
.7. A. M artlny, B a ra b o o ..
E. P. Richardson, Ableman
Totftl

1,000 00
2 ,0 00 00
1,000 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
500 00
1,0 0 0 00
1,0 00 00
1,500 00
1 ,5 00 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1,000 00
300 00

____$100,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

35

Barneveld— Barneveld State Bank.

JEROME J. JONES, President.
S. JONES', Vice President.

ED. W ILLIA M S, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Jerome J. Jones.
Seth Jones,

Amelia Jones.
Ed. Williams.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esonrces.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts. . . . . $21.1,267 16
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,4 8 7 56
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds
................
7 ,0 00 00
Banking house
................
3 ,0 0 0 0b
Bum iture and fixture’s . . .
1 ,8 75 00
Due from approved reserve
58 ,515 65
banks .................................
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house .................................
60 00
Gold coin .............................
450 0b
Silver coin ........................
328 00
U. S. and national cur­
6 ,1 02 00
rency ................................
Nickels and cen ts................
76 73
Total ......................... $292,162 10

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
je ct to c h e c k ....................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................

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

$10,000 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,7 59 38
70,699 81
206,702 91

$292,162 10

N AM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Jerome J. Jones, Barneveld ...................................
Amelia Jones, Barneveld. .


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i Ed. W illiams, B arn ev eld ..
100 00
$9 ,400 00
—— ---------- —
500 00 I
Total ......................... $1 0,00 0 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

36

Barron— Bank of Barron.
C. J. BORUM, Cashier.
GEO. R. BORUM, Asst. Cashier.

W. C. M cLEAN, President.
J. P. M cLEAN, Vice President.

D IR E C TO RS.
J. P. McLean,
W. C. McLean,

Cf. J. Borum.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L iab ilities.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........

$203,604 97
190 63

U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Stocks and other securi-

4 ,3 0 0 00

Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................

41 ,249 33
5 ,7 87 58

U. ' S.

and

national

cur-

Nickels and cents .............

1 ,2 0 0 00
9 .0 0 0 00
1 .0 00 00

18 30
2 ,2 7 0 00
1 ,5 24 90

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Due to banks— D eposits. . .
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$2 5,00 0 00
1 1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 2 0 71
4 ,8 8 0 50
64 ,216 16
12 ,273 29
159,464 05

8,4 81 00
228 00

T otal ......................... $2781854_71

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

$278,854 71

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.


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$7,500 00
2,5 0 0 00
3,483 33
1,3 66 67

1,000 00
1,000 00

Mrs. J. F.
Coe, B a r r o n ...
,T. H. Coe,
B a rron
.T. I’ . McLean, M enom onie.
F. .T. McLean, Jr., Menom­
onie ....................................
.

F. J. McLean, Sr., Menomonie ....................................
W. C. McLean, Menomonie
Mabel E. Jones, W atertown, South D a k o ta .. . .
Aurora M. Borum, Barron
T. W. Borum, B a rro n . . . .
C. J. Borum, B a rro n .........

Total

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

2,825 00
2,825 00
1,2 5 0 00
1 ,2 6 0

00

$25,000 00

37

Reports o f State Banks.

Barron— The Normanna Savings Bank.

P. A. MOE, President.
N. M. ROCKMAN, Vice President.

J y C. ROCKMAN, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
P. A. Moe,
Gilbert I. Moe,

N. M. kockman,
J. C. Rockman.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Liab ilities.

Coans and d is c o u n t s .... $160,728 65
Overdrafts ...........................
588 35
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
2 ,5 00 00
Stocks and other securi200 00
ties ....................................
850 00
Furniture and fixtures . . .
681 77
Other real estate owned. .
Due from approved reserve
3 3 ,55o 97
banks ...............................
Checks on other banks and
47 93
cash items ......................
1,7 35 00
Gold coin .............................
999 50
......................
Silver coin
U. S. and national cur1,7 13 00
rency .................................
1 95
Nickels and cen ts................
$203,602 12

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, subiect to check ..................
Demand certificates of deposit .................................
Time certificates of deposit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’s checks outstandin g .....................................

$12,000 00
4 ,0 00 Oo
8,1 02 54
38 ,534 45
13 ,860 49
118,100 88
8 ,9 33 04
70 72

Total . ....................... $203,002 12

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
N. M. Rockman, B a r r o n ...
J. C. Rockman, B a r r o n ...
P. A. Moe, Chetek.............


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$7,000 00 |Gilbert I. Moe, C h e te k ...
1,000 00
Total
3,0 00 00 I

1,0 00 00
$ 12,000 00

38

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking.

Belleville— Belleville State Bank.
D.
M.

S. SM ITH, President.
F. ROSS, Vice President.

Marion P. Ross,
D. S. Smith,
W. T. Williams,
Edward Fritz,
M. O. Tollefson,

C. B. MINCH, Cashier.
N.
H. GERBER, Asst. Cashier.
D IRECTO RS.
Fred
Fred
Fred
C. B.

Sauer,
Gafke,
W ild,
Minch.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Liab ilities.

Loans and discounts. $121,422
Overdrafts ...........................
827
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
1 1 ,700
Banking house ..................
4 ,1 6 8
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
2 ,0 12
Other real estate ow ned. .
2 ,4 0 0
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
28 ,1 0 7
Due from other banks. . . .
2 ,4 1 6
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
21
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house .................................
229
Gold coin .............................
720
Silver coin ...........................
136
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
1 ,8 4 9
Nickels and cents .............
91
Total

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

0*
Ob
00
02
75
00
07
33

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expense's and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$1 5,00 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,4 4 2 17
5 1 ,417 16
100,821 51
1 ,4 2 0 88

53
38
00
85
00
69

$176,101 72

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

$176,101 72

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
D. S. & F. Smith, Belleville ...................................
Michael Fahey. Exeter. . .
•T. H. Geiger, B elleville. . .
Edward Fritz, Belleville. .
Marion F. Ross, Exeter. . .
Alma .T. Ross, Exeter. . . .
Cora A. Gregory, Perry,
III..........................................
■T. H. Loughead, Belleville
Thos. Cornelinson, Madison .....................................
K. A. Johnson, P ortage. .
M. O. Tollefson, Primrose
M. K. Peters, Prim rose. .
Grover Wilson, M ontrose.
John F. Crocker, Belleville ....................................
William Minch, Oregon. . .
Rudy W ild, M o n t r o s e ....
Paul A. Genin, B elleville.
W. B. Morehead, M ontrose
A. C. Oliver, M o n tr o s e ...
E. .T. Henry, B a sco ...........


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Fred Gafke, Belleville. . . .
W. .1. Davies, B elleville. .
Fanney W illoughby, Montrose ....................................
W illis W illoughby, Montrose .....................................
John H. Elmer & Sons,
Monroe ...............................
500 00 Fred Sauer, M o n t r o s e ....
200 00 Fred W ild. M ontrose.........
H. M. W illoughby, Belle300 00
ville ....................................
5 ,5 0 0 00 N II. Gerber, Belleville. .
200 00 C. B. Minch, Belleville. . .
200 00 Sam Freitag, Brooklyn . . .
200 00 Rodney R. .Tudd. N io t a ...
W. N. White, M a d is o n ...
200 00 W. T. W illiams Belleville
100 00 Leslie Burd, Altus, Okla.
300 00 Fred Gerber. B elleville. . .
100 00 Geo. K. Bowers, Primrose
100 wO
100 00
Total .........................
100 00
$200
100
100
200
1,900
700

00
00
00
00
00
00

200 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
200 00
200
500
1,000
100
100100
100
100
200
100

00
00
00
00
yìC
00
00
00
00
00

$15,000 00

Reports o f State Banks.

39

Belleville— Citizens State Bank.

S. E. M ILLER, President.
JOHN IIOSKEN, Vice President.

IVAN P. RUFF, Cashier.
O. B. ACE, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
S. E. Miller,
E. C. Morse,
John Hosken,
J. T. Lyle,
VV. H. Ferguson,

S.
E.
O.
O.

D.
S.
A.
B.

Ace.
Ace,
Scott.
Ace.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L i u b i l i i ies .

I.oans and discou nts......... $127,782 26 Capital stock paid i n .........
Overdrafts ...........................
391 36 Surplus fund ......................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,2 6 2 10 Undivided profits, less cur­
Due from approved reserve
rent expenses and taxes
banks ..........................
20,808 72
paid ...................................
Due from other banks. . . .
1 ,9 34 2b Individual
deposits, sub­
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
ject to check ..................
house .................................
389 72 Time certificates o f de­
1 ,1 12 50
Cold coin .............................
posit ...................................
Silver coin ...........................
763 35 Savings deposits ................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
3 ,4 1 0 00
Nickels and cen ts................
75 34
Total ........................

$157,929 63

Total

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

$10,000 00
1 ,5 00 00
2 ,1 74 73
28 ,8 6 6 60
113,423 06
1,9 65 24

$157,929 63

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
S. E. Miller,
B e lle v ille ...
E. C. Morse,
B e lle v ille ...
John Hosken, Belleville. . .
,T. T. Lyle, B elleville.........
W. H. Oliver, Belleville. .
E. S. Ace, B elleville.........
Ivan P. Ruff, Belleville. .
Emerson Ela, M a d is o n ....


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1,000
1,000
1,0 00
1,0 00
1,000
500
500
500

00 O. A. Scott Jjelleville. . . .
00 O. B. Ace, B elleville...........
00 S. D. Ace, B e l l e v i ll e . ....
00 John P. Ferguson, B eloit
00 W. H. Ferguson, Belle­
ville ....................................
00
00
Total .........................
00

500
500
500
1 ,0 00

00
00
00
00

1,000 00
$10,000 00

40

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Belmont— Belmont State Bank.

w. P. HUGHES, President.
R.

HAL. MURLEY, Cashier.

F. MATES, Vice President.

D IR E C TO RS.
D. L. Riechers,
John Huntington,
T. J. K ilpatrick,

Wm. Werfelman,
J. C. Hubenthäl.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discou nts......... $105,231 99 Capital stock paid in . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
394 67 Surplus fund ......................
U. S., state, municipal and
Undivided profits, less cur­
other bonds ....................
4 ,2 5 0 Oo
rent expenses and taxes
Banking house ..................
3 ,2 1 4 23
paid ....................................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
1 ,6 8 7 60 Individual
deposits, sub­
Due from approved reserve
ject to check ..................
banks .................................
10 ,622 14 Demand certificates o f de­
Checks on other banks and
posit .................................
cash items ......................
3 ,2 8 9 50 Time certificates of de­
Gold coin .............................
50 00
posit .................................
Silver coin ...........................
842 20 Savings deposits ................
U. S. and national cur­
B ills payable ......................
rency .................................
7 ,6 1 8 00
Nickels and cents .............
119 81
Total

$137,320 14

Total

$2 5,00 0 00
500 00
794 97
44 ,195 IS
2 ,1 2 3 00
50 ,554 36
4 ,1 5 2 03
10 ,000 00

$137,320 14

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Richard Clayton, Belm ont.
John Clayton, Belm ont. . .
Geo. Huntington, Belm ont.
Frank Hingins, B elm on t..
Alice Clayton, Belm ont. .
E. P. Benedict, B elm on t. . .
J. C. Hubenthal, B elm ont. .
Anton Stoeber, B elm on t..,
Wm. W erfelman, B elm ont.
Henry James, Belm ont. . . .
Mrs. John Huntington, B el­
mont ....................................
Henry Ashton. B e lm o n t...
T. J. K ilpatrick, Belmont
Benj. Trevarthan, Belmont
Hal Murley, B elm on t.........
Wm. ITambly, Belm ont. . . .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1,000
1,500
1,000
1,0 00
700
1,000
500
100
2 ,0 0 0
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

John Huntington. Belmont
1,0 00 00
D. L. Rlechers, Belm ont. . .
500 00
Mrs. Mattie Webster, W oon­
socket, S. D ......................
400 00
D. C. Clark, B elm on t........
1,000 00
R. F. Mates, B e lm o n t ....
2 ,0 00 00
M. W. Mates, K enosha. . . .
2,0 00 00
C. II. Speth Estate, B el­
mont ....................................
1,0 00 00
James M. McKeon, Belmont
300 00
S. I. Stein, B elm on t...........
300 00
1,000 00 W. P. Hughes, B e lm o n t...
800 00
200 00 Mrs. Mary A lace Baker,
500 (¡0
Belmont .............................
2,0 00 OO
500 00 John Boom, Belmont . . . .
500 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
T o t a l ...........................
$25,000 00

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41

Belmont— Farm ers’ State Bank.

•T. It. RIECHERS', President.
.1. II. A LEXAN DER, Vice President.

L. F. KUHNHENN, Cashier.
THOMAS GUGERTY, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
J. H. Riechers,
J. H. Alexander,
Thomas Gugerty,
James L. Doyle,

W illiam Steinhoff,
E. J. Chappell,
E. J. Trenary.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Loans and discounts
....
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total

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

L iab ilitie s.

$8 3,08 6 46
2 ,6 3 7 56
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,9 4 6 71
7 ,8 3 0 87
1 ,3 7 8 84

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid
.................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ....................
Time certificates o* de­
posit
................................

$20,000 00
519 95
33 ,833 62
53 ,276 l o

1 ,4 4 4 10
855 00
426 30
5,4 6 2 00
61 83
$107,629 67

Total

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

$107,629 67

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Thos. Gugerty, B elm ont. . .
•T. T. Henry, B elm ont.........
•T. H. Riechers, B e lm o n t...
T. B. Huggins, B elm ont. . .
G. II. Helms, B e l m o n t ....
Margaret Helms, Belm ont.
Geo. H. Riechers, Belm ont.
F. .T. Kuhnhenn. Belm ont.
Lester F. Kuhnhenn, Bel­
mont ....................................
Henry Engelke, Belm ont. .
Wm. Steinhofif, Belm ont. . .
L. R. Coughey, Belm ont. .
E. J. Chappell, B elm ont. . .
II. Simmons &. II. II. Helms,
Belmont .............................
R.
A.
.Tones,
Mineral
Point, R. F. D ...............
Eli .Tones. B elm on t.............
Patrick McKeon, Belmont


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$600
800
1,6 00
300
800
500
1,2 00
300

00 Sam D. .Tames. Mineral
00
Point, R. F. D .................
00 C. S. Olmsted, B elm ont. . .
00 E. J. Trenary & D. Tren­
00
ary, B elm ont.....................
00 W illie
Doyle,
Calamine,
00
R- F. D ...............................
00 James
L. Doyle, Calamine,
R- F. D ...............................
200 00
500 00 John D. Harms, Piatteville, R. F. D . . .............
500 00
400100 Jacob Oettiker. Sr., Piattoville, R. F. D ...................
500 00
Ferd Steinhoff, Platteville,
R. F. D ...............................
500 00
Thos.
Prytherch,
Platte­
ville, R. F. D ...................
800 00
200 00 W ill P. Trenary, Platte­
100 00
ville, R. F. D ....................

200 00
200 00
5 0 O 00

200 00
300 00
500 00
200 00
500 00
100 OO
100 00

42

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS—Continued.
W ill Dorn, Platteville, R.
F. D ......................................
Cari H. Schnepel, Belmont
W ill
G.
Buss,
Mineral
Point, R. F. D .................
Charlie Spetti. Belm ont. . .
Harry H. SDeth, Belm ont. .
Wm. Nodoif. -Tr.. Belm ont.
Laurance McGuigan, B el­
mont ...................................
.T. IT. Alexander, Belm ont.
.Tames Gibbons. Belm ont. .
James J. McGuire, Piatte-

ville ...................................

A lfred W. Schroder, Bel­
mont .................................
John Perry, Mineral I oint,
R. F. D .............................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

100 00
800 00
100
200
200
100

00
00
00
00

500 00
500 00
200 00

200 00
500 00
200 00

Mrs. Jacob Oettiker, P latte­
ville, R1. F. D ..................
Matt Fink. B elm on t...........
Chas. W. Riter, Belm ont. .
John W. Fink, B elm ont. . .
Ernest Bockhop, Belm ont. .
W. G. Mace. D a r lin g to n ...
Henry McGuire, Calamine.
Gus. Steinhoff, Platteville,
R. F. D ...............................
John Buchholtz. Belm ont. .
James M. McKeon, Cala­
mine ....................................
Will Arther, B elm on t.........
John Bowen, B elm on t.........
John Boom, B elm on t...........
Wm. Kracke, Belm ont. . . .
T o t a l ...........................

100
100
200
500
500
200
200

00
00
OO
00

00
00
00

100 00
200 00
5C3
100
500
700
500

00
00
00
00
00

$20,000 00

Reports o f State Banks,

43

Beloit— The Beloit State Bank.

II. A. von OVEN, President.
C. H. PALEY, Vice President.

R. E. MEECH, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Henrietta Paley,
G.
D. Campbell,

C. H. Paley,
El. A. von Oven.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts . . . . $628,622 93 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Overdrafts ......................
2 ,7 74 01 Surplus fund ......................
U. S., state, municipal and
Undivided profits, less cur­
other bonds ....................
104,013 96
rent expenses and taxes
Stocks and other securi­
paid ...................................
ties ....................................
4 ,4 9 0 00 Due to banks— D ep osits..
Banking house ..................
10 ,000 Ob Individual
deposits, sub­
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
5 ,7 0 0 00
ject to check ..................
Due from approved reserve
Demand certificates of de­
116,833 80
posit .................................
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
Time certificates of de­
cash items ......................
posit .................................
13,300 54
Gold coin .............................
4 ,0 0 0 00 Savings deposits ................
Silver coin ...........................
4 ,6 1 8 00
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
46 ,4 0 2 0o
Nickels and cents .............
316 00
Total ......................... $941,071 24

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

$7 0,00 0 00
12 ,000 00
3 4 ,224 18
12 ,335 14
33 5,416 38
9 ,3 9 6 92
38 ,199 75
42 9,49 8 87

$941,071 24

NAM ES OF STO C K H O LD E R S.
John Ealey estate, B eloit $11,400
Geo. D. Campbell, Mount
Carroll, 111......................
3,0 00
Robt. H. Campbell, Mount
Carroll, 111......................
3,0 00
Oscar F. McKenney, Mt.
Carroll. Ill....
2,0 00
Agatha Kinkade Strickler,
Chicago, 111....................
7 ,3 33
H. A. von Oven, B eloit
2 0 ,600
R. E. Meech, B e lo it ..-..
4 ,7 0 0


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

00
00
00
00
33+
00
00

Annette
L. Matthews,
B eloit ............................
Annette J. Burr, Oswego,
N. Y .................................
Clara H. Paley, B eloit.
Mrs. Henrietta Paley, Be­
loit .................................
P. B. Yates, B elo it.........
Florence A. Yates, B eloit
Total ....................

1 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,9 3 3 3 3 +
2 ,0 3 3 3 3 +
1,000 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
6,0 00 00
$7 0,00 0 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

44

Beloit— The L. C. Hyde & Brittan Bank.

W. M. B R ITT A N , President.

E. S. GREENE, Cashier.
R. K. ROCKW ELL, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO R S.
W. M. Brittan,
E S. Greene,
C. L. Brittan,

A. B. Rockwell,
R. K. Rockwell.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discou nts......... $262,104 43
Overdrafts ...........................
8 ,4 7 8 03
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
41 6,69 7 55
Premium on bon ds..............
441 05
Banking house ..................
1 2 ,5 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
4 ,0 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
18 1,11 3 53
banks ...............................
Due from other b a n k s ... .
43 09
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house .................................
630 7*
Gold coin .............................
9 ,5 3 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
2 ,1 6 4 00
U. S. and national cur­
2 8 ,613 00
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
805 42
Total

......................... $927,120 84

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Due to banks— D eposits. .
Individual
deposits, sub­
je ct to check ................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................

Total

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

$5 0,00 0 00
1 0 ,000 00
15,251 86
13 ,449 46
342., 235 9S
334,661 93
36 ,391 50
125,130 11

$927,120 84

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
W.
E.
R.
C.

M. Brittan, B eloit. . . .
S. Greene, B e lo it.........
K. Rockwell, B e l o i t . . . .
L. Brittan, B e lo it.........


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$30,000
5 .0 00
1.000
5 ,0 0 0

00 G. E. Brittan, B elo it......
00 A. B. Rockwell, B e l o i t . . . .
00
00
Total .........................

5 ,0 00 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
$50,000 00

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45

Benton— The Benton State Bank.

P.
A. ORTON, President.
VV. R. BUCHAN, Vice President.

W. B. V A IL, Cashier.
.T. E. OTIS, Asst. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
P.
A. Orton,
M.
E. Coltman,
W. R. Buchan.

H. L. Winskell,
p . Metcalf.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts _____ $218,458 81
Overdrafts ...........................
889 13
U. S., state, municipal and
80 ,0 0 0 00
other bonds .................
Premium on bon ds.............
1 ,2 0 9 00
9 ,2 5 9 07
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fix tu re 's...
3 ,8 03 91
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
64 ,197 45
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
222 29
3 ,5 3 5 00
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
638 25
U. S. and national cur­
rency ...................
9 ,7 9 9 00
Nickels and cen ts................
43 91
T otal ......................... $392,055 82

Capital stock paid in _____
Surpius fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
T P?-id ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................

$2 5,000 00
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,2 35 74
93,291 51
252,528 57

Total ......... ............... $392,055 82

NAM ES OE STO C K H O L D E R S.
Wm.
Raisbeck, Dubuque,
la ............................. .............
Wm. Blades,
Dubuque, la .
Alex.
Stephens
estate,
Benton ...............................
P. A. Orton, D a rlin g to n ..
G'eorgina Hoskin, Darling­
ton .................................
S. A. Hird, Edgeley, S.
Dakota .............................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$500 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
7 ,0 00 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
1,000 00

■ T. W. Hird, B enton...........
Bessie Wilson, Darlington.
F. M etcalf. B enton...........
M. E. Coltman, Galena, 111.
H. L. Winskell, B e n ton ..
L. Raisbeck, B enton...........
W. R. Buchan, B e n t o n ...
Mary Roy, D a r lin g t o n ....

Total

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

1,0 00
1,000
2 ,0 0 0
2 .0 00
1,0 00
500
2 ,0 0 0
1,0 00

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$25,000 00

46

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking.

Berlin— The Berlin State Bank.

P. H. WELLCOME. President.
CYRUS W. ALLEN, Vice President.

W. G'. BABCOCK, Cashier
A L E X . W AW RZYN IAK, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
F.
H. W ellcome,
Cyrus W. Allen,
C. M. Boettge,

John C. Clink,
W. G. Babcock,
H. E. Frisbie.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts . . . . $234,306 43
Overdrafts ...........................
,274 66
U. S'., state, municipal and
other bonds
................
12,600 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
4 ,1 1 9
10
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
22 ,7 2 6 60
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
571 81
Gold coin ............................
665 00
Silver coin ...........................
3 ,9 4 7 05
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
8 ,6 75 00
Nickels and cents .............
179 56
Total ........................

$288,005 21

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Due to banks— D ep osits..
Individual
deposits, sub­
je ct to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’ s checks outstand­
ing ....................................

$5 0,00 0 00
3 ,3 0 0 00
3 ,4 75 70
1 ,1 4 6 31
44 ,4 4 4 12
85,074 42
100,380 59
244 07

Total ......................... $288,065 21

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Chas. W. H itchcock, Berlin
J. C. Clink, B e rlin ................
C. M. Boettge, B e rlin .........
Cyrus W. Allen. B e rlin ___
E. Grant Bunce, B e r lin ...
D. E. Jones, B erlin ..........
T. W. Hamilton, B erlin. .
W. G. Babcock, B e r l i n ....
F. II. Russell. B e r l i n ....
W. S. Fridd, B erlin ...........
H. E. Frisbie, Pine River
F. H. W ellcome, Minneap­
olis, Minn...........................


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$1,000
2 ,0 00
2,0 00
6,0 00
1 ,0 00
500
500
5,9 00
200
300
1,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
OO
00

1 ,0 0 0 00

Union
Investment
Co.,
Minneapolis, M inn...........
Frank Luzinski, B erlin . . .
T. Luzinski, B erlin ...........
Albert B. Hintz, B e r lin ..
Fred R. Scobie, B e r lin ...
T. C. Peck, B erlin ...........
Wm. Traugott. B e r l i n . . . .
C.
B.
M orrison
estate,
Berlin ...............................
John A. Fridd, B erlin .........
Total

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

25,500 00
500 00
500 00
109 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
300 00
200 00
$50,000 00

47

Reports of State Banks.

Birnamwood— The Bank of Birnamwood.

,T. IT. VAN DORBN, President.
L. W. ROETTCITER, Vice President.

DEE. W. VAN DOREN, Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS
.Tos. Rnndhammer, Jr.
Louis Steckbauer,
Ed. O. Westerfleld.

J. H. Van Doren,
L. W. Boettcher,
M. P. Towle,
Dee. W. Van Doren,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

$72,421
Loans and discounts.........
7
Overdrafts ............................
1,8 00
Furniture and fixtures . .
Due from approved reserve
7,1 69
banks .................................
. 12,831
Due from other banks. .
Checks on other banks and
600
cash items ......................
65
Gold coin .............................
550
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur4,6 0 3
rency .................................
72
Nickels and cen ts.............
Total

44
00
00
54
08
69
00
00

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$15,000 00
4 ,5 0 0 00
1,6 45 62
10 03
33 ,109 03
45,855 99

00
89

$100,120 64

Total

$100,120 64

NAM ES OP S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Doe W. Van Doren, B ir­
namwood ...........................
M. P. Towle, Birnamwood
Jos. Rundhammer, Jr., B ir­
namwood .........................
Jos. Rundhammer, Sr., B ir­
namwood ...........................
L. W. Boettcher, Birnam­
wood .............................
Chas. Voll, Town of B ir­
namwood ........................
John Krull, Town of Aniwa ....................................
J. E. Ro'epke, Birnamwood
B. B. Andrews, Birnam­
wood ....................................
G. F. Leiskan, Town o f A l­
ii mon ...................... .......... ..
i t K. Adams, Birnamwood


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C. W. Van Doren, A ntigo.
$1,200 00 W. F. Baker, Birnamwood
500 00 John Madson, Birnamwood
Guy Van Doren, Birnam ­
wood ..................................
500 00
Wm. Dailey, Birnam wood.
500 00 J. IT. Van Doren, Birnam­
wood .................................
2,000 00 A. K. Potter, A n tig o.........
Louis Steckbauer, A n iw a .
100 00 Ed. O. Westerfleld, Bir' namwood ..........................
100 00 Herman Loehrl, Town of
Hutchins ..........................
500 00
Jos. Resch, Town of An­
iwa .....................................
500 CO
A. M. Duescher, Birnam ­
wood .................................
100 00
100 00 Chas. C. Vogl, A n iw a -----

200 00
500 00
200 00

300 00
100 00
1,800 00
300 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
100 00
100 00
300 00
600 00

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Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

pr

NAMES OF STOCKH OLDERS

Fred Lelskan, Town o f Almon ....................................
O. A. Reinke, A n i w a ....'.
E. Stubenvoll, Pella .........
Fred
Krause,
Town o f
Plover ...............................
A. N. Trossen, Birnamwood .................................
J • A. Mauser, H o g a rty . . .
C. W. Seifert, Town o f
Aniwa ......................


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100 00
600 00
100 00
500 00
200 00
200 00
200 00

-Continued.

John Piatta, H a tley.........
A. L. W ilterding, H atley.
Ed. Baker, Town o f Norrie
F. W. De W itt, Birnamwood .................................
A. B. Boettcher, B im am wood .................................
Total

100 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
500 00
$1 5,00 0 00

Reports o f State Banks.

49

Black Creek— Bank of Black Creek.

WM. STASSBURGER, President.
PETER RYSE'R, Vice President.

G. H. PETERS, Cashier.

D IRECTO RS.
H. Peters,
Chas. Hagen,
Aug. Strassburger,

B. J. Zuehlke,
Wm. Strassburger.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts . . . . $123,360
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds
................
2 ,0 0 0
Banking house
................
2 ,5 0 0
Furniture and fixtures. . .
1 ,0 0 0
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
22 ,536
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
190
Gold coin .............................
215
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,2 95
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
6 ,0 2 3
Nickels and cents ...........
54
Total ........................

40
00
00
00
14
78
00
60

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ..................................

$ ]0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,7 8 0 68
2 1 ,298 7o
122,595 57

00
06

$159,174 98

Total ......................... $159,174 98

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Wm. Strassburger, Appleten ......................................
August Strassburger, A p ­
pleton . . ...........................
B. .1. Zuehlke, Appleton. .
Chas. Hagen, A p p le t o n ...

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Peter Ryser, A p p le t o n ....
Chas. Minlsclimidt, Black
Creek .................................
1 ,2 0 0 00 Henry Peters, Black Creek
1 ,2 0 0 00 G. H. Peters, Black Creek
1 ,3 0 0 00
Total .........................

1 ,3 0 0 00

$1,300 00

1,2 00 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
1 ,3 00 00
$10,000 00

50

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Black Earth— Black Earth State Bank.

G.
W. PARK ER, President.
JOHN A. W ARD, Vice President.

IVER SIM LEY, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
G. W. Parker,
John A. Ward,
Iver Simley,

A. A. Mickelson,
M. A. Mikkelson.

Statement. November 10. 1910.

Resources.

In a b ilities.

Doans and discounts.........
$70,216 80
Overdrafts ...........................
810 32
U. S., state, municipal and
2 ,0 0 0 00
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
1 ,5 9 2 48
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,6 38 77
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
22 ,005 07
Onld coin ................i ...........
95 Oo
Silver coin ...........................
508 10
IT. S. and national cur­
...............................
3 ,-427 00
rency
Nickels and cen ts................
61 01
Toi al ......................... $102,354 61

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid .................................
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................

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

$1 2,000 00
700 00
243 55
9 00
30 ,479 49
58 ,922 57

$102,354 61

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Wm. Voss. Black E a r th ..
Martin
Mikkelson,
Mt.
Horeb ..................................
D.
W. Ileiney, Black Earth
John
A.
Ward,
Black
Earth ...............................
A.
A. Mickelson, Black
Earth .................................
Al. Powell, Black Earth. .
G. W. Parker, Black Earth
Frank
Howery,
Black
Earth .................................
John W. King, Mazomanie
Emma Stupfel. Mazomanie
Sid Baillies, Black Ee'arth.
Guy Ives, Black Earth. . .
John Zeller, Black E arth.
Frank M. Clough, Black
Earth ...............................
Geo. E. Stupfel, Mazomanie


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$100 00

Lucy
J.
Sayles,
Black
Earth ..........................
W alter Drake, Black Earth
George Fitton, Black Earth
O. G. Docken, Black Earth
200 00 Clara
Brookman,
Black
Earth .................................
200 00 W. G. Mylroie, Black Earth
1,2 00 00 Iver Simley. Black E arth.
1,0 00 00 Thomas H. Powell, Madison
Frank Powell, M a d is o n ...
200 00 W allace Malone. M adison.
100 00 Julius Klueter. M a d is o n ...
100 00 Thos. F. Prendergast, M adi­
son ......................................
100 00
100 00 Chas. E. Prendergast, M adi­
son ..........................
100 00
Jas. F. Hudson, M azo­
manie .................................
100 00
400 00
Total .........................
100 00
10Ö 00

100
100
100
1,0 00

00
00
00
00

100
500
3,0 00
1.000
500
300
500

00
00
00
00 .
00
00
00

300 00
300 00
100 00
$12,000 00

51

Reports o f State Banks.

Black River Falls— Jackson County Bank.

I’’- F. ODERBOLZ, President.
F. K. TANNER, Vice President.

JOHN H. M ILLS, Cashier.
SAMUEL LUND, Asst. Cashier.

D IRECTO RS.
Nick Andrews,
S. H. Van Gorden,
Geo. F. C ooler,
J. B. Miller,
F. G. Warren,
F. F. Oderbolz,
F. E. Tanner,

B. L. VanGorden,
E. A. Homstad,
Adam Best,
It. A. Jones.
Saiçuel Lund,
Abel Cheney.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discou nts......... $213,117
Overdrafts . .........................
5 ,4 0 7
Banking house ....................
3 ,0 0 0
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
2 ,0 0 0
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................
29 ,444
Due from other banks. . . .
600
Checks on other banks and
347
cash items ......................
Gold coin ...........................
515
Silver coin .........................
1 ,0 4 7
IJ. S- and national cur­
8 ,4 82
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ...........
68
Total ........................

09
31
00
00
27
00
80
00
75
25
97

$264,030 44

Capital stock poid
in ....
Surplus fund ...............
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ........................
Due to banks— D ep osits..
Dividends unpaid
...
Individual deposits, subject
to check ...........................
Demand
certificates
of
deposit .............................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Cashier’s checks oustanding ..........

27 ,700 00
5 ,5 4 0 00
9 ,5 7 3 58
5 ,3 9 6 66
313

50

74 ,634 91
11 35
139,216 06
1 ,6 4 4 38

Total ......................... $264,030 44

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
Nick Andrews, Alma Cen­
ter ......................................
Lucy A. Brewer, Black
River F a l l s ............................
Birdie Barclay, Black River
Falls ..................................
Chris Boe, Black River
Falls .................................
Geo.
F.
Cooper, Black
River Falls ......................
Francis
Cooper,
Black
R iver Falls ......................
M. J. Chapman estate, A l­
ma Center .........................


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Anna M. Oderbolz, Black
River Falls ......................
Abel Cheney, B lack River
350 00
Falls ...................................
D. K. Cartter, D isco........
100 00 J. H. Derse, M ilw aukee..
Edith Davis Carter, D isco
50 00 W. F. Gearing, Rock Elm
Frank Johnson, Black River
Palls .................................
450 00
W. W. .Tones, M e lro s e .—
L.
C. Jones, Black River
00
300
Falls .................................
200 00 George Lutz, M elrose.........

$450 00

100 00
3,1 00 00
150 00
100 On
25 00
25 00
1 ,3 7 5 00
375 00
25 00
250 00

52

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking.

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS-Continued.
Lottie M. Long, Pasadena,
Cal.........................................
Frank A. Long, Pasadena,
Cal.........................................
Helen Long, Pasadena, Cal.
J. B. Miller, Alma Cen­
ter ......................................
Adam Best, Black River
F a l l s ....................................
Jones Lumber & Mercantile
Co., Black River F a l l s ..
Jno. H. Mills trustee,
Black River F a lls.........
J. H. Mills, Black River
Falls ....................................
Jacob
Myckleibye,
Star
Lake ..................................
Jennie Meyers, Alma Cen­
ter ......................................
Mrs. Ernest Macke, Black
River F alls ....................
Mary Oderbolz, Black Riv.
Falls ..................................
Ed. F.
Oderbolz
estate,
Black R iver F a lls.........
F. F. Oderbolz, Black River
Falls .................................
Anna Oderbolz, Black River
Falls ..................................
Alice
J.
Mills,
Black
River Falls ......................
F. M. Taylor, Black River
Falls .................................
E. R. Horswill, Colfax,
W ash.....................................
Chris Jessie, Black River
Falls .................................
Rufus A. Jones,
Black
River Falls ......................
Roll in B.
Jones,
Black
River Falls ....................
Harry O’ Hearn, Minneapo­
lis, M in n .............................
Florence O’H eam , M inne­
apolis, M in n ......................


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250 00
50 00
50 00
1,3 00 00
750 00
75 00
600 00
4,0 50 00
100 00
100 00
50 00

200 00
100 00
950 00
400 00
150 00
2 00 00

100 00
200 00
300 00
25 00
50 00
50 00

A. A. Prestemoen, Black
River Falls ....................
Anton S'. Rulland, Black
River Falls ......................
J. H. Roddy, Minneapolis,
M inn......................................
Anna Riggs, Alm a Center.
J. Reichenbach, Black River
Falls ..................................
M att Steinberg, Star Lake
Celia Severson, Chicago,
111............................... .
J. D. Stiehl, Mondak, Mont.
Ellen J. Sutton, Merrillan
Maria O. Specht, superior
F. J. Stiehl, Mondak, Mont.
F. E. Tanner, M e lro s e .. . .
Julia
Wehinger,
Black
River Falls ......................
Frank G. W arren, Warrens
W. H. Zährte, M ills to n .. . .
Samuel Lund, Black River
F a l l s ....................................
J. T. Ringrose, Alma Centon ........................................
S. H. Van Gorden, Hixton ......................................
E. A.
Homstad,
Black
River Falls ......................
Barbara Kunes estate, Mel­
rose ....................................
Anna Keiner, Black River
F a l l s ....................................
The Mills Co., Black River
F a l l s ....................................
Theresa Siegel, Black River
F a l l s ...................................
S. H. Van Gorden & Son,
T aylor ...............................
Thomas E. Morgan, Cata­
ract .................... j .............
Total

150 00
225 00
100 00
50 00
100 00
100 00
250
200
25
25
150
2 ,3 50

00
00
00
00
00
00

100 00
1 ,2 50 00
300 00
125 00
50 00
350 00
100 00 '
150 00
450 00
100 00
150 00
825 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
$27,700 00

Reports o f State Banks.

53

Blair— The Home Bank of Blair.

H. c.

H JERLEID, President.
W. G. H Y öLO P, Vice President.

O. B. BORSHEIM , Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
H.
W.
K.
J.

C. Hjerleid,
G. Hyslop,
K. Hagestad,
M cKivergin,

O. B. Borsheim,
K. S. Knutson,
G. L. Solberg.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discou nts........... $209,598 69
Overdrafts ...........................
953 44
Bonking house . . .■.............
3 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and fixtures. . .
500 00
Due from approved re­
serve banks ....................
49 ,0 2 4 97
Due from other b a n k s ....
3 ,6 5 7 22
Checks on other banks and
cash items ....................
448 00
3 ,3 3 5 00
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin .........................
1 ,3 6 6 60
U. S. and national cur­
rency .............................
8 ,8 0 3 00
Nickels and cen ts.............
133 36
Total

Capital stock paid
in ....
Surplus fund ....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Due to banks— Deposits. .
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’ s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
Total

.......................... $280,820 28

1 5 ,000 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,6 6 6 30
5 ,5 8 2 37
35,143 70
198,460 84
16 ,383 32
1 ,5 8 3 75

......................... $280,820 28

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
II. C. Hjerleid, Decorah,
Ta...........................................
O. R. Borsheim, B lair. . . .
K. Tv. TTagestad E ttrick. .
TT. C. Shephard, B l a i r . . . .
W. G. Hyslop, B la ir ...........
M orr's Hanson, B lair. . . .
•T. M cKivergin. B l a i r . . . .
A. Anderson. B lair ........
K. S. Knutson, B lair. . . .
P. G. ITanson. B la ir...........


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$5.250 OO
6,8 00 00
100 00
100 00
500 OO
TOO 00
100 00
500 00
250 00
100 00

Paul Anderson, B l a i r . . . .
0 . Gulbrandson. B l a i r . . . .
G. L. Solberg, B la ir .........
To s ie
Thus.

1 0 0 00
250 00
100 00

G rinde. R h in elan d er
TTe r redi. M a d i s o n . . .

2 0 0 00
2 5 0 Oft

1. H. Swendson, B loir. . . .
Delilali Borsheim, B la ir ..
John A. Thompson, T ay­
lor ......................................

100 00
100 OO
100 00

.

$15,000 00

Total

...

54

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Blanchardville— Blanchardvi'le State Bank.

H.

D. THOMAS, President.

E.

R. .JACKSON, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
H. D. Thomas,
Jas. Blanchard.
M. J. Cleary.

Martin Johnson,
Thos. Kittelson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Doans and discounts . . . . $262,383 90
O v e r d r a fts .............................
4,141 2b
5 ,0 0 0 00
Banking house......................
Due from approved re­
serve banks ....................
2 3 ,922 11
Due from other b a n k s ....
2 ,5 2 3 67
Checks on
other banks
and cash item s................
69 54
Gold coin .............................
275 00
Silver coin .........................
1 ,2 3 2 00
TJ. S. and national cur­
9 ,7 4 5 00
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ............
I l l 05

Capital stock paid
in ....
5 0 ,000 00
Surplus fund ......................
1 0 ,000 00
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ....................................
2 ,3 5 3 95
Due to banks— D eposits. . .
982 57
Individual deposits, sub­
je ct to check ................
9 4 ,5 6 7 94
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
148,442 50
Savings deposits ................
3 ,0 5 6 57

Total

........... , ........... $309,403 53

Total . ....................... $309,403 53

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
H.


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1 9 ,3 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1,000' 00
800 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,4 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00

M. Bambridge, Blanchardville ....................................
Chri«. Brager, B lanchard­
ville .................................
Joseph Dearth, Blanchard­
ville ....................................
Cavanaugh Bros. B lanch­
ardville .............................
Albert
Hansen,
Blanch­
ardville .............................
Thomas
Cleary, Blanch­
ardville .............................
Johnson Bros., Blanchaardville .............................
Thomas Connelly, B lanch­
ardville .............................
Thomas
Durkin,
Jr.,
B lanchardville ................
S. L. Mason, Blanchard­
ville ...................................
0 . T. Saether, B lanchard­
ville ...................................
Carolina Saether, B lanch­
ardville .................. ..

500 00
1 .000 00
200 00
500 00
300 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
O
O

D. Thomas, Blanchard­
ville .................
M. J. Cleary, B lanchard­
ville ...................................
A. Blanchard estate, B lan­
chardville .........................
E. R. Jackson, Blanchard­
ville ....................................
Mary A. Thomas, B lanch­
ardville .............................
E. Regez, B lanchardville. .
Peter Olsen,
B lanchard­
ville ...................................
Carl Chandler, Blanchard­
ville ..................................
W. E. Rogers, Blanchard­
ville ....................................
E. I. Steensland, Blanch­
ardville .............................
C. C. Olson, B lanchardville
Blanchard Bros., B lanch­
ardville .............................
H. H. Marshall, B lanchard­
ville 1.............
.

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Reports of State Banks.

NAMES OF STOCKH
Ryan
Bros.,
Blanchardville ...................................
Renhart Jackson, A rgy le..
G. E. Rear, A rgyle ..........
Ella
Baker
Bambridge,
Blanchardville ................
Mrs. F. W. Baker, B lanch­
ardville ...............
Hazel Baker, B lanchard­
ville ....................................
Fred Zweifee, Blanchard­
ville ....................................
Edwin Swenson, Blanch­
ardville .............................
Gabriel Desrud, Mt. Horeb
Thor
Kittleson,
Blanchville ....................................
Thos. D. Gant, Blanch­
ardville .............................


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500 00
500 00
. 300 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00

55

LDERS— Continued.
Ole Gilbertson, Blanchardville ...................................
Thos. Hermanson, B lanch­
ardville .............................
Martin Johnson, Blanch­
ardville .............................
Sever Watrud, B lanchard­
ville .................................
I. E. Ingwell, Blanchard­
ville ...................................
Andrew
.Teglum,
Mt.
Horeb ...............................
J. C. Smith, Blanchard­
ville ...................................
Martin
Carlson, B lanch­
ardville .............................
Milton Monson, Blanchard­
ville .........’.........................
Total

500 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
$50,000 00

56

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Blanchardville— The Citizens State Bank.

A. M cK ELLAR, President.
IIIRAM GABRIEL, Vice President.

A. McKellar,
Hiram Gabriel,
Frank J. McKenna,
A. C. Ula,

O. R. OLSON, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
C. G. Vinger,
O. R. Olson.
H. Bollerude.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Loans on discounts .........
Overdrafts ............................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Hue from
approved re­
serve banks .............
Hue from other b a n k s ...
Checks on other banks and
cash Hems ..................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total

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

L iab ilitie s.

$91,322 60
362 88
2 ,5 0 0 43
12 ,301 30
1 ,9 4 0 38
3 00
450 00
310 20

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ..................................
Savings deposits ................

$15,000 Oh
224 53
31 ,973 85
63 ,447 47
405 96

1 ,8 0 2 00
59 02
$111,051 81

Total

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

$111,051 8 a.

NAM ES OF SrJ
A.

M cKellar, Blanchard­
ville .................................
Chris King. Y o rk ..................
W. A. Million, B anchardville ....................................
Oscar R. Olson, B lanchard­
ville ...................................
Bertha
Anderson,
Mt.
Horeb ................................
Tom Hardyman, F a y e tte ..
Anton A. Strommen. York
Gilbert Thompson, Y ork. .
John Erickson. Blanchard­
ville ....................................
Chris. G. Vinger, A d a m s..
Erwin Gabriel Evansville
Hiram Gabriel, Y o rk ...........
Alfred Spring. Y o rk ...........
Henry H. .Torenby, Y ork. .
Alfred Swenson. Blanchard­
ville ....................................
A. C. Ula. Y o rk ..................
Frank Darrah, Fayette. . .


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$1,500 00
500 00
1,0 00 00
1,1 0 0 00
1,000
200
300
500

00
00
00
00

500
200
500
1,2 00
500
500

00
00
00
00
00
00

200 00
300 00
300 00

Albert P. Haug, Y ork. . . .
John H. Johnson, Y ork. .
Ole P. Paulson, B lanchard­
ville ....................................
Christ Erb, F ay ette...........
Christ Guidhaug, Blanch­
ardville .............................
Anna Davis, Argyle .........
Frank J. McKenna, M os­
cow ......................................
Anton A. Nybroten, Adams
Ed. A. Strommen Y ork. .
Il'n r y Bollernde. M oscow .
Ollie Ellestead, Blanchard­
ville ...................................
Martin
Bollerude,
M os­
cow ....................................
Knut Kittleson, P erry. . . .
Melvin Kittleson, Blanch­
ardville .............................
Total

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

200 00
500 00
500 00
400 00
:~00 00
300 00
500
200
300
500

00
00
00
00

100 00
500 00
200 00
200 00
$15,000 00

Reports o f State Banks.

57

Bloomer— Bank of Bloomer.

•TOS. I!ARCUME, President.
WM. L A RSO .i, Vice President.

A. T. NEWMAN, Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
Wm- LarSOn,
t iV -^brahamson,
L. M. Newman,

.Tames McKinnon.
j os. Barcume.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L i iu l t i l i t i e s .

Loans and discou nts........... $119,775 36 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
3 ,6 6 8 65 Surplus fund ....................
U- b., state, municipal
Undivided profits, less cur­
and other bon ds.............
72,643 65
rent expenses and taxes
Banking house ....................
4 ,2 0 0 00
paid . ..................................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,9 7 5 00 Individual deposits, sub­
Due from approved re­
ject to check ................
serve banks ....................
3 6 ,937 55 Time certificates of de­
Checks on other banks and
posit .................................
cash items ....................
10 06 Bond sinking fund ...........
(Told coin .............................
8 ,5 5 0 00
Sliver coin ...........................
1 ,8 08 00
U. S. and national curT rency .................................
5 ,6 8 2 00
Nicked and cents ...............
129 41
Expense ..............................
269 77
Interest paid . ....................
555 7 2
Total

......................... $256,205 17

Total

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

10 ,000 00
2 ,8 22 44
761 22
84 ,348 20
156,650 31
1 ,6 2 5 00

$256,205 17

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
L. M. Newman, Chippewa
Falls .................................
James
McKinnon,
Chippewa Falls ......................
O. A. Abrahamson. Bloomer
Wm. Larson. B loom er. . . .
Thorfin Thompson Bloomer
L. Tvrunzfelder. B lo o m e r..
T. Barcume. B loom er.........
Joseph Meloney, Vvilliams,
M inn.....................................

$1,200 00

A. T. Newman, B loom er. .

Henry Werner, Bloom er. .
1,200 00 E. C. Detloff, B loom er. . . .
500 on Mike Steichen, B loom er. .
500 00 Cornelius Christianson,
500 00
Bloom er .............................
500 00
500 00
Total .........................

2 ,4 0 0 00
300 00
300 on
300 on
300 00
1.000

no

$10,000 00

500 00

Declaration o f unlim ited individual resp onsibility filed b y stock holders, Janu­
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58

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Blooming-ton— The Bloomington State Bank.

WILT. M ORRISSEY, President.
A. C. TUBBS, Vice President.

S. E. PEARSON, Cashier.
C. W. STONE, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
A. C. Tubbs,
W ill Morrissey,
C. W. Stone,
Jacob Schreiner,

P>ert G. Fennel,
Thos. Bailie,
Alex. Robertson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fixtures . .
Due from approved reserve banks ....................
Checks on other banks
and cash items .............
Gold coin .............................
Saver coin ...........................
U. S. and national currency .
...........................
Nickels and cents ...........
Expense ................................

L ia b ilitie s .
$40,595
3,2 2 5
3,4 55
2,6 7 7

27
28
60
09

19,523 92
606 66
1,370 00
1 ,1 80 35

15 ,0 0 0 00
17,772 43
255 00
43,557 40

3 ,3 7 0 00
146 26
434 39
$76,584 8 ‘>

Total

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Individual
deposits, subjppf tn Hippk
Demand certificates of deposit ..................................
Time certificates of deposit .................................

Total

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

$76,584 83

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
A. C. Tubbs. Bloom ington.
Will Morrissey. B loom ing­
ton ......................................
C. W. Stone. Bloom ington.
S. E.Pearson. Bloomington
Thos. Bailie. B loom i»gton .
Ethel Tubbs. B loom in gton.
Mrs. Sarah Collier, Patch
Grovp .................................
Jacob Schreiner, B loom ing­
ton ......................................
Bert
G.
Fennel,
Glen
Haven ...............................
TTer'^an Pohle, Bloomington
R. C. .Fennel, Glen Haven
,T. B. Ludden, Bloomington


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F. L. Greer & Son, Bloom ­
ington .................................
00 Grant Ballantine, Bloom ing­
ton ......................................
00
00 .1. AL Edwards, Bloom ing­
ton ......................................
00
00 Ora Hatch, Bloom ington. .
A. C. Bishop, B loom ington.
500 00 Linco'n Abraham, Bloom ­
ington .................................
Robertson,
Patch
500 00 Alex.
Grove .................................
500 00 Elizabeth A. K. Nevins,
Bloomington ....................
500 00
500 00 Minnie Patch, Bloomington
500 00
T o t a l ...........................

$2,000 00
2,0 00
2,0 00
1,200
500
500

500 00
500 00
500 no
500 00
200 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
200 00
$15,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

59

Bloomington— The Woodhouse & Bartley Bank.

P. BAR TLE Y, President.
P. WOODHOUSE, Vice

M.
F.

President.

F. WOODHOUSE, Cashier
L. BARTLEY, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
P. Bartley,
P. Woodhouse,

M.

F. Woodhouse.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts......... $412,370 67
17,823 1 3
Overdrafts . . : .....................
E.
S.,
state, municipal
and other bonds ...........
3 ,0 0 0 00
Stocks and other securi­
ties .....................................
10 50
4 ,0 0 0 00
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
2 ,5 8 4 64
Other real estate o w n e d ..
617 48
Due from approved re­
serve banks ....................
75,847 82
Due from other ba n k s..
..
3 ,0 4 7 12
Checks on other banks
and cash item s.............
1 ,0 8 7 25
Cold coin .............................
3 ,5 9 0 0u
Silver coin ........................
I , i 8 9 20
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
5 ,2 5 0 00
46 27
Nickels ond cents .............

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
...................
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ...............
Demand certificates o f de­
posit ...................................
Time certificates
of de' posit ..................................

Total ......................... $530,464 08

Total

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

1 5 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,2 9 7 09
115,604 71
36 ,922 1!)
353,640 09

$530,464 08

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
P. Bartley. Bloom ington. .
M. F. W oodhouse, Bloom ­
ington ...............................


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$7,300 00
7,3 00 00

P.

W oodhouse, B loom ing­
ton .................................... .•
400 00
______________
Total
$15,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

60

Blue Mounds— Blue Mounds State Bank.

II. B. DAHLE, r resident.
H.
L. DAHLE, Vice President.

T. G. LINGARD, Cashier.
O. M. DALEY, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
H.
H.

B. Dahle,
L. Dahle,

T. G. Lingard.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resonrees.

Toans and discounts . . . .
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ...
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............
Expense account ................
Total

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

$17,054 00
1,0 21 00
2 ,8 4 0 59
901 35
63 45
1 ,1 0 4 00
10 65
211 34
$2 4,107 28

Capital stock paid i n . . , .
Surplus fund
....................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check....................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit ..................................
Time certificates o f de­
posit ..................................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
Total

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

$1 0,00 0 00
500 00
5 ,8 4 7 45
7 ,7 4 4 08
15 00
75
$24,107 28

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
H. B. Dahle, Mount Horeb
T.
G.
Lingard,
Mount
Horeb ................................


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6 .0 0 0 00 [ H. I,. Dahle, M ount Horeb

1 ,0 0 0 00

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

$ 10,000 00

3 .0 0 0 00 I

Total

61

Reports of State Banks.

Blue River— Blue River State Bank.

J. ROP.'T COUMBE, Cashier.
G. L. DOOLEY, Asst. Cashier.

W. R. COTJMBE, President.
J. S. PETERS, Vice President.

DIR E C TO RS.
W. R. Coumbe,
.T. S. Peters,
W. H. Dooley,

N. S. Higgins,
J. Robt. Coumbe.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Leans and discou nts.........
$42,471 37 Capital stock paid in . . . .
Overdrafts ............................
672 78 Surplus fund
...................
Banking house ..................
1 ,6 2 7 .87 Undivided profits, less cur­
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
990 84
rent expenses and taxes
liv e from approved reserve
paid ...................................
banks ................................
27 ,936 49 Individual deposits, sub­
Checks on other banks and
ject to check ................
cash items ......................
SO 22 Demand certificates of de­
Gold coin .............................
340 00
posit .................................
Silver coin ...........................
391 15 Cashier’s checks outstand­
U. S. and national cur­
ing ......................................
rency .................................
9 ,6 7 5 00
Nickels and cents ...........
19 70
Total

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

$84,214 42

Total

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

$1 0,00 0 00
400 00
907 31
38 ,728 84
33,3,18 07
830 20

$S4,214 42

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
M. D. Ellsworth, Tavera. .
Alfred Hillberry, Muscoda
Lant Barrett, Muscoda, R.
F.
D „ No. 1 ..................
.T. S. Peters, Blue R iv e r ..
N. S. Higgins, Blue R iver.
loh n Young, M u sc o d a .. . .
W. II. Dooley, Muscoda,
R. F. D., No. 3 ................


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$300 00
100 00
100
100
200
100

00
00
00
00

300 00

W. R. Coumbe, Blue River
J. Robt.
Coumbe,
Blue
River .................................
Frank Shimpah. Boscobel,
R. F. D., No. 2 ................
Total

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

7,800 00
500 00
500 00
$10,000 00

62

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Bonduel— Bonduel State Bank.

CHRIS BONNIN, President.
WM. GRAF, Vice President.

R. C. WENDT, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
F. J. Martin,
Wm. Graf,
Chris. Bonnin,
Chas. Zuehlke,

Ad. Spengler.
R. C. Wendt.
Arthur Lange,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

lo a n s and d is c o u n t s .... $124,498 9b
Overdrafts ...........................
1.>0 26
Banking house ....................
1 ,0 64 96
fu rn itu re and fixtures. ..
1 ,8 1 3 80
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................
20,181 02
Due from other b a n k s .. . .
27 ,939 84
Checks on other banks and
3,3 6 1 90
cash items ......................
Gold coin ...................
4 ,7 4 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,3 0 4 55
IT. S. and national cur­
3 ,5 4 2 00
rency ........................
Nickels and cents ...........
96 13
Total

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

$193,273j42(

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ......................
Individual
deposits; sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of
de­
posit ..................................
Savings deposits ................

Total

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

$25,000 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 7 4 01
34 ,039 49
12 3,45 7 01
3,7 0 2 91

$193,273 42

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Chris. Bonnin, B o n d u e l...
Etta Bonnin, Bonduel . . .
Emma Bonnin. B o n d u e l....
Dorotha Bonnin. Shawano.
•Tohn Reitan. Bondxiel . . .
G.
H. Frazer, Frazer . . . .
Arthur Lange. B o n d u e l...
Hattie
McKenna,
Rose
Lawn .............................. .
Jessie Marouardt, Shawano
Aug. Hinkfuss. Bonduel . .
Robert Rose. Bonduel . . . .
Wm. Graf. Bonduel .........
R.
C’. Wendt, B o n d u e l ....
Chas. Zuehlke. Bonduel. . . .
F.
J. Jeske, Briartown . .
Henry Smith, B o n d u e l ....
Mathias W agner, Bonduel.
John W estphal, B onduel..
John W. Westphal, Bondue?


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$5,500
100
100
300
500
200
2 ,0 0 0

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

100
100
200
500
500
2 ,1 0 0
500
300
1 ,0 00
800
1 ,5 0 0
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

Frank G'anschow, Bonduel
T.
A. Threde, Bonduel. . .
Fred Raduege, Bonduel . .
Elmer Spengler, Bonduel. .
Henry G'anschow, Bonduel
F.
.T. Martin, Shawano . .
.T. A. Peplinski, Pulaski. .
F.
W. Krueger, Bonduel . .
Robert Pitt. Bonduel . . . .
Ira .T. Weeks, Shawano . .
Amalge Hoefs, Bonduel. . . .
Ernest Brodhagen, Bonduel
Louis Brodhagen, Bonduel
Adolph Spengler, Bonduel.
Chas. Wendt, B ond uel. . . .
Chas. Ge'hm, B on d u el.........
Max. Schnug, B ond uel. . . .
Lottie Bonnin, B o n d u e l...
Total

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

300
100
300
2,0 00
100
1,500
200
500
100
100
100
100
100
2 ,0 0 0
500
200
200
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$2 5,00 0 00

63

Reports of State Banks.

Boscobel— State Bank of Boscobel.

R. ,T. MORRISON, Cashier.
FRED W. RUKA, Asst. Cashier.

LOUIS B. RUKA, President.
JOHN J. RUKA, Vice President.

DIR E C TO RS.
Louis B. Ruka,
John .T. Ruka,

Fred W. Ruka,
Robert J. Morrison.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts......... $111,118 40 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Overdrafts ..........................
1,2 5 3 18 Surplus fund ....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
U.
S., state, municipal
rent expenses and taxes
4 0 ,0 0 0 00
and other bon ds.........
paid ....................................
Banking house.....................
3 ,7 5 0 00
Furniture and fixtures. .
1 ,1 00 00 Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................
3 2 ,710 83 Demand certificates ■>' de­
posit ..................................
227 50
Gold coin .............................
shiver coin ..........................
2 181 40 Time certificates of de­
posit ..................................
U. S. and national cur­
rency ................................
3 ,3 14 14
Nickels and cents .............
72 05
Total

.................... $195,722 50

Total

$1 5,00 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,8 14 40
44 ,444 37
76,742 55
54,721 18

.................... $195,722 50

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Louis B. Ruka, B òscobel. .
John J. Ruka, B oscobel. .
Fred W. Ruka, Boscob'e!. .


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$2 ,5 0 0 00 1 R. J. M orrison, B oscob el..
2 .5 0 0 00 W. J. Evans, Chicago, 111..
2.5 00 00
Total

6,0 00 00
1.500 00
$1 5,00 0 00

64

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Boscobel— The Pipkin State Bank.

THEO. KRONSHAGE. Pres'dent.
J. C. BETZ, Vice President.

C. W.

MENKHAUSEN. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
Thro. Kronshage,
.T C. Betz,

C.

\V. Menkhausen.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

Resources.

$103,616
T.
o a n ' and. discou nts.
101
Overdrafts ............................
U. x , state, municipal and
29 ,0 0 0
other bonds ....................
1 ,000
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
74
,196
banks ................................
3,3 65
Gold coin .............................
1 ,692
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national cur­
2 ,9 22
rency .................................
127
Nickels and ce n ts................

06
65
00
00
09
00
25
00
19

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ...............
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Time certificates of de­
posit ..................................

$216,020 24

Total

Total

$1 0,00 0 00
3 ,2 0 0 00
2 ,4 3 2 78
63 ,5 8 6 98
24 ,596 87
112,203 61
$216,020 24

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Theo. Kronshage, Boscobel
J. C. Betz, Boscobel . . . .


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$3 300 00
3,3 00 00

C.

W. Menkhausen, Boscobel ...........................•••
Total

3 ,4 0 0 00
$ 10.000 00

Reports of State Banks.

65

Boyceville— Bank of Boyceville.

'I!X T . ERICKSON. President.
f.YLE PAIGNEAU, Vice President.

O. O. KINNEY. Cashier.
C. W. HAYES, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
A m t. Erickson,
William Parson,
H. McCormick,
O. G. Kinney,

Pyle Da 'ancan,
C. W. Hayes,
.John Scnutz.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks
and cash item s................
Gold coin .................
Silver coin ...............
TT. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ...........
Total

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

Liiiljilities.

$44.090
191
2,3 0 5
1,4 4 0

91
07
77

58

9,2 3 5 61
559 18
495 (.0
224 35

Capital stock nnid in .............
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses arm taxes
Paid .................................
Individual
deposits, sub.io'et tocheck .......................
Time certificates of de­
posit
................................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing .....................................

$10,000 00
1 ,2 89 50
27,834 14
2 1 ,0 0 2

87

1 ,0 3 8 50

2 ,5 9 6 00
20 54
$01,165 01

Total

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

$61,165 01

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
A rot. Erickson, New Au­
burn ...................................
v u ]' i " tt) Parson B lo o m e r..
Ole Hanson, New Auburn.
II. McCorm ck. New Auburn
Won. Waterhouse, New A u­
burn ...................................
G. IV. Engelbretson, New
Auburn ...............................
C. P.
» w
Auburn
0. G. Kinney, C o lfa x .........
Adolnh
Peterson. Bovcevi'le ............................. .. . .
1. Mahonna. B o” ceville. . . .
F. Z. Applebv. B oyceville. .
R P. Blodgett. B oyceville.
Theron N. Clough, B oyce­
ville ...................................

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F. .T. Hones, C olfa x .............
.1. T. Jovce. Eau Claire. . .
(1eo T. Vorland. Colfax. . .
O. E. Skamser, B oyceville.
•lohn Schutz. B o y c e v ille ...
C. IV. Hayes. B oyceville. .
500 00 M. F. Hamann, Boyceville.
William M. Clough. Boyce500 00
ville ...................................
5O0 00 I.yle Daianeau. B oyceville.
1,5 0 0 00 Swan
Hakanson,
Boycevi'le ...................................
500 00 C. V. Goff, B oy cev ille___
200 00 F. Schultz, B o y c e v ille ....
100 00
100 00
T o t a l ........... . . . . . . .

$1,500
1,500
500
500

00
00
On
00

200 Q0

»

300
300
900
300

00
00
00
00
100 01 )
1 00 00
10 0 00
10 0 Oil
10 0 00

m o OO
10 0 00
1 0 0 00

$ io .o o p 0 Q

66

Report of the Commissioner of Baiiking.

Boyd— State Bank of Boyd.

ALBERT BUTSCHER, President.
THEO. BUTSCHER, Vice President.

CIIAS. NELSON, Cashier.
GEO. NELSON, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Albert Butscher,
Theo. Butscher,
Chas. Nelson,
John Low,

Gust Keehn.
Theo. Keehn,
Constantine Nan.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discou nts......... $122,431 17
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,7 2 0 2’i
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
9 ,1 0 0 00
4 ,5 0 0 00
Banking house'.....................
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
2 ,1 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
7 ,4 2 0 51
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
403 57
1 ,6 15 00
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ........................
380 85
TJ. S. and national cur­
rency ................i ...............
3 ,5 6 6 00
Nickels and cents ...........
31 61
Total

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

$153,268 98

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ........................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings Deposits .............

Total

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

$25,000 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
179 70
23 ,6 5 7 93
8 4 ,3 1 0 22
17,121 13

$153,2 6 8 98

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Albert Butscher, Boyd . . .
Chas Nelson, Boyd ...........
John P. Duckart, Boyd . .
Mrs. M. Anderson, B oyd. . .
Maggie Patten, Boyd . . . .
Constantine Nau B o y d .. .
Ana Flear, Boyd ................
Mrs. Rosa Supple, B o y d ..
Edson Chubb, Boyd .........
Frank Mittermeyer. Boyd
Emanuel Low, Boyd . . . .
T'-rnes T1f5tteu. Bovd . . . .
Theo. Butscher, Boyd . .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$7 ,200
2 ,5 0 0
100
600
500
2 ,4 00
400
300
1, ÜUO
500
700
1.000
2 ,4 0 0

00 Bertha Butscher, Boyd . .
00 John Low, B o y d ..................
00 Christ. Gauzel. B o y d ...........
GO Gust Keehn, Boyd ...........
00 Then TOeOu. Boyd ...........
00 D. H. M cElmurry, B oyd. .
00 i Joseph Bernier, Boyd . . . .
00 | Anna Souger, B o y d ...........
00 j Mrs. H a tt e M. Tannier,
00 I O Vnnp-a Fa Is ............
00 Herbert J. Butscher, Boyd
00

00

Total

2 ,0 0 0 00
1,5 00 00
400 00
300 00
300 o<>
200 00
200 00
300 00

100 OO
100 00
$25,000 00

67

Reports of State Banks.

Boyd— The Citizens State Bank of Boyd.
M. .T. THULL, President.
W A LTE R M ILLING, V ice President.

MAGNUS FIR TH , Cashier.
AUGUST CIRKEL, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Robert Connor,
M. J. Thull,
W alter Milling,
L. A. Turner,
Chas. E. Cooper,

Barney
Joseph
Joseph
Magnus

Etten, Sr.,
Mahal,
Licht,
Firth.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ......................
fu rn itu re and fi x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash item s........................ ;
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts......
Expense ................................
Total

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

L iab ilitie s.

$1 1,89 4 27
7 00
2 ,4 3 9 57
7,151 29
1,242 82
1 ,1 9 0 00
339 35
14

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
_ P?id ■ .................................
Individual deposits,
sub­
ject to check .....................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................

$ 1 2 ,5 0 0 00
147 68
5 ,3 2 8 03
7,4 6 0 00

498 00
37
661 04

$25,435 71

Total

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

$25,435 71

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
W.
D.
Connor,
MarshJohn Jackson, B o y d ...........
field ....................................
$1 ,000 00 Martin Plass. B o y d ...........
R. Connor, M a rsh fie ld ...
1 ,0 0 0 0o Adam Bill, B o y d ................
O. G. Lindermann, Marsh­
Carl Mauer, B o y d .............
field ....................................
1 .0 0 0 00 Mrs. Esther La Marche,
August Cirkel, B o y d ...........
1 ,5 0 0 00
Boyd .................................
Chas. E. Cooper, B o y d ...
2 ,2 00 no Ed. Wanish, B oy d .............
C. A. Parker, B o y d ...........
1 ,0 0 0 00 •Tos. Mahal, B o y d ............. ..
Frank X. Kleiner, Boyd ..
100 00 Nick Drace, B o y d ................
Ed. Lufkins, Stanley . . . .
l o o 00 Andrew Shilts, B oy d. ! . !
Chris. Lechner, B o y d .........
100 00 Wenzel Plass, B o y d ...........
L. A. Turner. B o y d ...........
100 00! Barney Etten, Sr.. B o y d !!
Thos. Sorg, B o y d .....
100
00* Joseph Bernier, B o y d . . . .
A. G. Grassle, B o y d ...........
100 00* W aiter Milling, B o y d . . . .
W. A. Smith, B o y d ...........
100 00 Paul Milling, B o y d ...........
W. W. Shong, B o y d ...........
200 00 Henry Emerick. B o y d . . . .
Ed. ILofkes, B o y d ...
io o
00 F. C. Babbitt, B o y d ...........
J. A. Babbitt. B o y d ...........
400 00 •Tames Flynn, B o y d ...........
Thco Thull. B o v d .....
100
00 Oliver Shilts, B o y d ...........
M. J. Thull, B o y d ...........
100 00 Josef Heinel, B o y d ...........
•Tos. Thull, Boyd ...........
100 00 Magnus Firth, B ovd .........
F. S. Kleiner. B o y d ...........
200 00 Robert Ritchey, B oyd. . . .
■Tos. Licht, B o y d ................
100 00 Melvin Nye, T h orp ...........
Nels Rasmussen, B o y d . . . .
100 00
Nick Willkom, Boyd ____
100 00
Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

100
100
100
100

00
00
00
Oo

100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

100
100
100
100
500
100
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

ioo oo

$ 12,500 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

68

Brandon— F. R. Foster & Son, Bankers.

F.

R.

FOSTER, President.

J- W. FOSTER, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
F.
J.

R. Foster,
W. Foster,

F. R. Schwandt.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Roans and discounts . . . . $399,056 56 Capital stock paid in . . . . $5 0,00 0
5 ,7 6 9
Overdrafts ...........................
4 660 41 Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
U. S., state, municipal and
rent
expenses
and
taxes
other bonds
.........
5 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,9 4 0
paid ...............................
Stocks and other securi­
deposits, sub­
ties .....................................
325 00 Individual
58
,1 7 6
ject
to
check
..................
00
Banking house ....................
6 ,5 0 0
Demand certificates of de­
Due from approved reserve
112,455
posit
.............
...................
80
banks ................................
43,30.)
Gold coin ........
682 50 Time certificates of de­ 24 2,67 3
posit .................................
Silver coin ...........................
1 .0 2 4 00
U. S'- and national cur­
rency .................................
9 >887 00
Nickels and cents ...........
74 63
Total ........................ $471,015
Total ........................ $471,015 90

00
55
50
77
22
86

90

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
F. R. Foster, Brandon
J. W. Foster, Brandon


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

..
,,

$25,500 00 |F. R. Schwandt, Brandon
24 ,000 00
Total

500 00
$5 0,00 0 00

69

Reports op State Banks.

Bristol— Bristol State Bank.

P. E. STEVENS, President.
C. H. MURDOCH, Vice I resident.

EDW IN J. ZAUN, Cashier.
C. P. ZAUN, Asst. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
A. C. Zaun,
Edwin J. Zaun,
C. H. Murdoch.

P. E. Stevens,
P. R. Snyder.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Cold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
TJ. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

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

Liab ilities.

$24,355 63

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
13 ,000 Ou Undivided profits, less cur­
1,0 7 5 00
rent expenses and taxes
1,2 4 1 00
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
7 ,9 1 6 77
ject to check ..................
1 ,9 4 6 52 Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................
48 00 Savings deposits .............
1 ,1 0 0 00 Other liabilities ................
416 50

$10,000 00
100 00
1,1 59 25
9 ,4 1 2 2b
2 5 ,685 83
6 ,3 1 0 60
35 61

1 ,5 2 0 On
84 10
Total ........................

$52,703 52

$52,703 52

NAM ES OP S T O C K H O LD E R S.
A. C.
C. H.
Edwin
P. E.

Zaun, Bristol
Murdoch, B r is to l..
.T. Zaun, B r is to l..
Stevens. Bristol


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 1,000

00 F.

200 00
8 .2 0 0 00
$200 00

R. Snyder, B r isto l. . . .
W ells Curtis, B r isto l.........
Total

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

200 00
200 00
$1 0,00 0 00

70

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Brodhead— Green County Bank.
•T. L. RODERICK. President.
A. S. MOORE, Vice President.

H. C. Putnam,
L. W. Terry,
W. H. Fleek,
C. J. Stephenson,
J. L. Roderick,

EDW. H. COLE, Cashier.
W. R. SKINNER, Asst. Cashier.
D IR E C TO RS.
B. J. Gardner,
A. S. Moore,
Burr Sprague,
Chas. Zuercher.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and d iscounts......... $262,276 88
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,5 19 80
TJ. S., state, municipal and
39 ,3 0 0 00
other bonds ....................
Banking house ..................
8 ,5 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,5 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
6 1 ,0 7 0 10
Due from other b a n k s ....
17 ,451 89
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
235 00
Gold coin .............................
1 ,3 4 7 50
Silver coin ...........................
1 .1 8 7 40
U. S. and national cur­
15 ,229 00
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
349 03
Total

........................ “"$409,966 60

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

Total

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

$50,000 00
31 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 1 8 79
92 ,775 70
15 5,105 15
78 ,566 96

$409,966 60

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
H. C. Putnam, B rodhead. .
L. W. Terry, B rodhead. . . .
A. S. Moore, Brodhead . . .
P. L. Dedrick, Brodhead . .
A. B. Fitch, Brodhead . .
Martha .T. Fitch, Brodhead
C. A. Austin, Long Beach,
Cal.........................................
B. .T. Gardner, Brodhead. .
IV. R. Skinner, B rodhead. .
Wm. S. Mau estate, Brod­
head ....................................
E. Hahn estate, Brodhead.
O. E. Terry estate, Stough­
ton ......................................
Anna S. Moore, Brodhead.
•T. L. Roderick. Brodhead.
Miss A. A. Wales, B rod­
head ....................................
C. A. Gifford. M onroe . . . .
Chas. Zuercher, Brodhead.


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$3,000 00 M. L. Karney, B rodhead. .
1 , 0 0 0 00 W. II. Fleek, Brodhead . .
3.0 00 00 H. G'. Mau, Brodhead . . . .
500 00 N. N. Palmer, B r o d h e a d ...
500 00 N. N. Palmer & Son, Brod­
500 00
head ....................................
F. P. Skinner, B rodhead. .
500 00 Hattie H. Clark. Brodhead
3 ,8 0 0 OO Burr Sprague, B ro d h e a d ..
2.000 00 T. W. Nuzum, Janesville. .
Mrs. U. W. Matter, Brod­
300 00
head ....................................
200 00 Mary R. Matter, Brodhead
Edward H. Cole, Brodhead
1 ,0 0 0 00 F. E. Niles, M enomonie. .
3.0 00 00 Mrs. Jessie R. Nuzum,
6.400 00
Janesville .........................
C. J. Stephenson, Brodhead
,500 00
2 .4 0 0 00
Total
2.0 00 00

500 GO
1,5 00 00
300 00
1 , 0 0 0 00

500
100
400
1 .0 0 0
500

00
00
OO
OO
00

1.000 00
1 , 0 0 0 00

2 ,6 00 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
3 .0 0 0 00
5 .0 0 0 00
$50,000 00

71

Reports of State Banks.

Brodhead— The Bank of Brodhead.

p. K. VANCE, Cashier
K. O. LOFTHUS, Asst. Cashier.

C. W. CARPEN TER, President.
J. A. YOUNG, Vice President.

DIR E C TO RS.
F. K. Vance,
.1. A. Young,
F. N. Stewart.

C. W. Carpenter,
H. P. Young,
K. O. Lofthus,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

$50,000
Loans and discounts . . . . $177,757 51 Capital stock paid i n .........
4 ,0 0 0
3 ,3 20 06 Surplus fund ......................
Overdrafts ...........................
Undivided profits, less cur­
U. S., state, municipal and
rent
expenses
and
taxes
00
6,5
00
other bonds ....................
3 , S51
3 ,0 5 0 00
paid ....................................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Indiviaual
deposits, sub­
Due from approved reserve
83 ,547
63
32,978
ject
to
ch
eck....................
banks .................................
563 22 Demand certificates of de­
Due from other banks. . . .
91,481
posit ...................................
Checks on other banks and
4 ,9 7 0
4,3 7 9 07 Savings deposits ................
cash items ......................
00
2,185
Gold coin .............................
941 5Li
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
6,0
75 00
rency .................................
100 83
Nickels and cents .............
. $237,850
Total . . .
$237,850 8.
Total

00
00
4b
34
65
59

87

NAM ES OE STO C K H O L D E R S.
C. W. Carpenter, Brodhead
H. P. Young, Chicago, 111..
F. N. Stewart, B rodhead. .
K. C. Young. Chicago, 111..
Helen Blanchard, Brodhead


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$21,300
1.500
2 .5 00
18,200
2,0 00

00 F. K. Vance. B r o d h e a d ...
00 K. O. Lofthus. B rod h ea d ..
00 J. A. Young, B rodhead. . . .
00
T o t a l ...........................
00

500 00
500 00
3,500 00
$50,000 00

72

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking.

Brooklyn— Brooklyn State Bank.

G. T. TR IPP , President.
ZA LA BALD W IN , Vice President.

C. L. W ACKMAN, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Zala Baldwin,
Ed. Rutty,
G. I. Tripp.
Fred Chapin,

Chas. Baldwin,
C. L. Wackman,
Mabel Alsop.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts . . . . ¡ p i l l , 001
Overdrafts ...........................
3 ,7 6 3
Banking house ....................
1 .2 00
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
1 ,4 81
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
26 ,816
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
2
Gold coin .........................
1 .6 15
Silver coin .................
306
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
1 ,5 1 9
Nickels and cents .............
109
Total

53
45
00
79
09
00
00
05

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
...................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................

$1 5,00 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
244 54
47 ,326 52
82 ,243 14

00
29

......................... $147,814 20

Total

......................... $147,814 20

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Chas. L. Wackman, Adm.,
Brooklyn ........................
A. G. Ellis, B rooklyn.........
Chas. L. Wackman, Brooklyn ......................................
G. I. T r'pp, B r o o k ly n ....
Louisa Wackman, Brooklyn ......................................
Zala S. Baldwin, Madison
Ed. Rutty, B rooklyn .........
Mabel Alsoo, B rook lyn . . . .
Frances E. Alsop, Brooklyn


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$1 .200 00
1,2 00 00
2 ,5 00 00
1,200 00
600
1,800
1,500
500
400

00
00
00
00
00

Cassie O’Brien, Brooklyn.
Steuben Snyder, Brooklyn
Wm. Snyder, B rooklyn . . .
Mrs. E tta Rutty, adm.,
Dayton .............................
Albert Fulton, E vansville.
Chas. S. Baldwin, Brooklyn
Fred. Chapin, B rook ly n ..
Alma S. Baker, Pomona,
Cal. . . .
Total

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

200 00
300 00
300 00
600
600
600
900

00
00
00
00

600 00
$15,000 00

Reports of Slate Banks.

73

Brownsville— The Brownsville State Bank.

P.
IT. M cCARTY, President.
BARTLE JONELY, Vice President.

HERMAN C. SCHULTZ, Cashier.

DIRECTO RS.
P. H. McCarty,
B arile Jonely,
Herman C. Schultz,

Chas. F. Kuen.
Henry Rosenkranz,
EL H. Lyons.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S', and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Expense account ................
Total

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

L iab ilitie s.

$59,112 00
2 ,0 8 5 85
1 ,3 1 3 89
11 ,844 66
475 00
503 50
1 ,6 9 8 00
34 23
345 12
$77.412 25

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to ch eck....................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

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

$15,000 00
80 00
1 ,0 1 7 80
14 ,385 13
46 ,929 32

$77,412 25

N AM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
P.

Henry
McCarty,
Brownsville
........
Herman
C.
Schultz,
B r o w n sv ille .....
1 ,0 0 0
Bartle .Tonelv, Brownsville
Frank W. Ivuen, Brownsvi'le ......................
Ferd. Marquart, K nowles.
Haul. Ehrhardt. Know les.
Chas. F. Kuen, Brownsville
Gustav Rusch, B rownsville
E. H. Lyons. Fond du Lac
Herman W ellso, Oakfield.
Chas. L. K arste«, P ly ­
mouth .............., ...............
Henry Rosenkranz, Browns­
ville ....................................
Jacob W urtz, Sr., Browns­
ville ....................................
Chas.
J.
Haberkorn,
B rownsville
..


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$2 ,2 0 0 00
00
1,000 00
1,000
500
500
1 ,0 00
1,000
1 ,0 0 0
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

500 00
500 00
500 00
400

00 I

Jacob Lerch, .Tr., Fond du
Lac ...................................
Otto Haberkorn, South Byron ......................................
Ernest F. Larch, Fond du
Lac ...................................
E. W. Parralt, South Byron ......................................
John Muentner, South Byron ......................................
Silas Reynolds, South Byron ...................................
Amos
W.
Sampson,
Brownsville ....................
R. G. Raymond, Brownsville ...................................
Mrs. Elda Lamb, South
Byron ............................... ..
Total

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

500 00
400 00
400 00
200 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
200 Ov.
200 00
$15,000 00

74

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Browntown— The Farmers Bank of Browntown.

GE'O. LAW YER, President.
ANDRESS TREE, Vice President.

W. L. BUSH, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
J. H. Bast,
C. A. Kelly,
Iver Ellingson,
Henry Divan,
Frank Aurthurs,

John A. Meacham,
Geo. Lawver,
Andress Tree,
W. L. Bush.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Doans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ................. . .
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

L iab ilitie s.

$91,631
437
3 ,5 5 0
1 ,9 3 5

54
35
00
00

24',957 35
6 ,6 43 03
436 67
255 00
673 25

Capital stock paid i n .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................

$15,550 00
2 ,1 5 0 00
1 ,5 1 2 55
51 ,0 6 7 77
61 ,917 71

1 ,6 0 6 00
72 84

Total ......................... $132,198 03

Total ......... •.............

$132,198 03

NAM ES OF STOCKH ODDERS.
A. F. Anderson, Browntown
Mrs. N. Anderson, Brown­
town .................................
•T. H. Bast, M onroe...........
L. J. Bartle, A rg y le .........
Fred Bumke, B ro w n to w n ..
D. E. Burrington, Brown­
town .................................
D. Bell. Rushville, Neb. .
Elmer Divan, Brow ntow n.
Henry Divan, B row ntow n.
G. G. Hardy. Browntown
J. A. Meacham, Brown­
town .................................
C. A. Kelly, B ro w n to w n ..
George Lawver, Freeport,
111...........................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$750 00 Judson
Lawver,
Brown­
town .................................
500 00 Amie Lawver, Freeport, 111.
600 00 M. Lewis. M onroe..............
50 00 G. M. Kelly, W h itew ater..
100 00 H. H. Bissell, M a d is o n ...
Ed. McGuire, Browntown.
50 00 W. P. McDonnell, Spring
50 00
Green .........................•. . . .
50 00 Wm. Olson, B r o w n to w n ...
1 ,5 0 0 00 Frank Soddy, B row ntow n.
50 00 S. Binger, B r o w n t o w n ....
Margaret Divan, Brown­
600 00
town .............
400 00 Joseph Dale, B row ntow n.
Carrie
Evenson, B row n­
1,900 00
town ..........................

100 00
50 00
50 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
250 00
250 00
100 00
100 00
1 ,0 0 0 00

Reports of State Banks.

75

NAM ES OF STO C K H O LD E R S—C ontinued.
Iver Ellington, B rowntown
Frank Good, B row ntow n. .
Geo. Hanson, Haymes, N.
Dakota ...............................
Pauline Hanson, Haymes,
N. Dakota .........................
Hugh Hastings, Cogswell,
N. D .....................................
C. M. Iverson, Kronstat,
N. Dakota ......................
Andrew Johnson, Brown­
town .................................
C. A. Stubbe, Sr., Brown­
town ..................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

500 00
100 00
1,1 00 00
250 00
50 00
100 00
100 00

C. A. Stubbe, Jr., B row n­
town ..................................
W. L. Bush, B row n tow n ..
H. Whitehead, B rowntown
Olive Divan, B row ntow n. .
Andress Tree, South Wayne
T. A. Lynch, B row ntow n.
Jane Tree, South W ayne.
Frank Aurthurs, J u d a . . . .
Ed. L. Meacham, B row n­
town .................................
Edith R. W illiams, D oug­
las, W y...............................

100
600
50
100
1 ,0 0 0
200
1 ,0 0 0
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

500 00
50 00

250 OO
Total

$15,550 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

76

Bruce— Lumberman’ s State Bank of Bruce.

n . J. ARPIN . President.
E. P. ARPIN , Vice President.

W. A. BLACKBURN, Cashier. '*
A. G. KRAUSE, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.

J. Z. Arpin,
W. A. Blackburn,

D. J. Arpin,
E. P. Arpin,
A. L. Arpin,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts . . . . $104,590 3a
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,0 8 7 87
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
1 ,3 5 0 00
Stocks and other securiT, fies
..................................
100 00
Banking house ....................
3 , 0 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
2 ,6 2 5 00
Other real estate ow n ed. .
1,7 2 1 00
Due from approved reserve
kail ks ............. ...................
5 ,2 3 1 4 5
Due from other b a n k s ....
3 7 1 48
Checks on other banks and
1 ,2 4 8 00
cash items ......................
’ 910 00
g o ld coin .............................
Silver com ...........................
2 ,3 8 6 85
U. S', and national cur­
rency ..................................
5 ,8 2 2 00
Nickels and cen ts................
142 52
Total ......................... $130,586 51

Capital stock raid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
P aid

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

Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ...................
Time certificates of de­
posit
................................
Savings deposits ...................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

$ 1 5 ooo 00
5 0 0 on

’
040

r.~

5 3 ,109 49
41 ,260 15
10,365 63
4 ,9 0 8 70

Total ......................... .$130,586 51

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
D. .T. Ari>in, Grand Rapids
E. F. Arpin, Grand Rapids
J. Z. Arpin, A tla n ta .........
A. L. Arpin, Grand Rapids
W. A. Blackburn, B r u c e ..


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$ 5 ,5 0 0 00 1 A. G. Krause. Bruce.
4 ,5 0 0 00 B. H. Taylor, Bruce
1,000 00
1 ,0 0 0 0 0
Total ..............
2 ,000.00 I

700 on
30 0 00

$15,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

77

Burlington— Bank of Burlington.

G. A. UEBELE, Cashier.
JOHN PRASCH, Asst. Cashier.

C. B. McCANNA, President.
LOUIS ROHR, Vice President.

D IR E C TO RS.
C. B.
Louis
G'. A.
T. J.

McCanna,
Rohr,
Uebele,
Cunningham,

A.
S.
H.

M. Brehm,
D. Slade,
A. Runkel.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ............................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Other real estate owned. .
Due from approved reserve
banks ...........
Due from other b a n k s ....
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house
.............................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S', and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............

L iab ilitie s.

$681 ,-635 34
5 ,8 4 0 42
48 ,495
9 ,2 35
2 ,3 75
101,468
6 ,3 3 7
913
8 ,4 0 2
3 ,5 0 0

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
55
rent expenses and taxes
27
paid ....................................
00 Due to banks— D ep osits..
Individual
deposits, sub­
09
ject to check ..................
98 Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
On Savings deposits ................
50
00

$7 5,000 00
1 5 ,000 00
1 0 ,620 78
2 ,6 6 3 86
23 3,19 0 61
42 2,960 85
127.700 30

18 ,5 5 6 70
376 46

Total ......................... $887,136 40

Total ......................... $887,136 40

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
A. M. Brehm, Burlington
P. W. Crane, Union Grove
M. Stipe, B urlington.........
G. Roy McCanna, B urling­
ton ......................................
L. H. Rohr, B u r lin g t o n ...
S. D. Slade, B u r lin g t o n ...
C. B. McC'anna, Burlington
John T. Prasch, Burling­
ton ......................................
S. M. Reinardy, Burlington
T. J. Cunningham, B ur­
lington ...............................
M att
Cunningham, Bur­
lington .............................
F. H. Hastings, Burling­
ton .....................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$700 00
800 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,4 0 0
1 ,2 0 0
2 ,5 0 0
12 ,000

00
00
00
00

2 ,5 0 0 00
700 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00

L. A. Rein, B u r lin g t o n ...
G. A. Uebele, B urlington.
Fred Uebele, B u rlin gton . .
Ellen L. Uebele, B urling­
ton ......................................
H. A. Runkel, B urlington.
Wm. Rosenberg, B urling­
ton ..........................
H. A. W ood, B u rlin g ton ..
A. Bushman, B u rlin gton . .
Katherine Brehm, B urling­
ton ......................................
C. B. Wagner, Jr., B ur­
lington ...............................
Fred Batchelet, Burling­
ton ......................................
T. Jacobs, B u r lin g t o n ....

1 ,8 0 0 00
12 ,7 0 0 00
1 ,8 0 0 00
500 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
700 00
1 ,3 0 0 00
100 00
500 00
100 00
500 00

78

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

NAMES OF STOCKH OLDERS— Continued.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

100 00
500 00

500 00
500 00
500 00

Wm. Spetzman, New Munster ...............................
Louise
A.
Cunningham,
Burlington ........................
Hugh
Agner,
guardian,
B urlington ......................
I. G. Wheeler, Burlington
A. J. Cunningham, Burlington .............................
C. A. Jones, B u rlin g ton ..
J. G. Mutter, B urlington.
Mrs. M aggie Mutter, Burlington ...............................
P. J. Strassen, Burlington
Harry Apple, W aterford . .
E. John Wehmhoff, Burlington ...............................
Mrs. Malie Prouty, Burlington ...............................

200 00

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

1 ,0 0 0 00
o\
o
o

Ben Holmes, B urlington. .
H. N. Stang, B u rlin gton . .
H. H. Newbury, Burling­
ton ......................................
J. G. Mathews, B urling­
ton .....................................
Prank Mathews, B urling­
ton ......................................
Edw. J. Barry, Burlington
Mrs. G. E. Heed, B urling­
ton ......................................
W. G. Rasch, B urlington.
Sam Jacobson, Burlington
H. G. Dardis, Burlington.
N. S. Prailes, Burlington.
John R. Meyer,
Slades
Corners .............................
J. A. Strassen, L y on s. . . .
Mrs. A lm a Strassen, Lyons
Rudie Cunningham, B ur­
lington .............................
Geo. W. W aller, Burling­
ton ......................................

00

500 00
500 00
500
500
500
500
500

00
00
00
00
00

500 00

500 00
300 00
300 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 0o
500 00
300 00
500 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
$7 5,00 0 00

Reports of State Banks.

T9

Burlington— Meinhardt Bank.

A LBERT M EINH ARDT, President.
ELISA M EINH ARDT, Vice President.

EDA

M EINH ARDT,

Cashier.

D IRECTO RS.
Albert Meinhardt,
Elisa Meinliardt,

Eda Meinhardt.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts......... $480,776 09 Capital stock paid in . . . .
Overdrafts ............................
197 09 Surplus fund ......................
U. S.. state, municipal and
Undivided profits, less cur­
2 0 ,500 00
other bonds ....................
rent expenses and taxes
Premium on bon ds.............
175 60
paid .................................
Banking house ....................
5 ,0 0 0 00 Individual
deposits, sub­
Due from approved reserve
ject to check ..................
banks .................................
67 ,977 95 Time certificates of de­
I >ue from other banks. . . .
447 88
posit .................................
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
Savings deposits ................
house .................................
598 8a
Gold coin .............................
1 ,6 8 0 On
Silver coin ...........................
969 00
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
10,757 00
Nickels and cen ts................
85 43
Total

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

$589,164 88

Total

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

$25,000 00
25 ,000 00
14 ,619 57
106,554 22
37 6,722 82
4 1 ,268 27

$589,164 88

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
Elisa Meinhardt. Burling­
ton . . . .'.............................
Eda Meinhardt, Burlington
Albert Meinhardt, Burling­
ton ......................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$500 0b
12 ,000 00
12,000 00

Francis
Me nhardt. Bur­
lington ...............................
Total

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

500 00
$25,000 00

80

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Burnett— Burnett State Bank.

J. H. PEACHEY, President.
ED. P AUTSCH, Vice President.

T. J. DAN IEL, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
J. H. Peachey,
Ed. Pautsch,
L. W. Dehue,
Robt. Christian,

Carl Zimmermann,
Wm. Lund,
F. E. Moul.

Statement, November 10, :l 910.
Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts . . . .
$22,533 28
Overdrafts ...........................
1 43
Banking h o u s e ........... ..
3 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,8 2 8
01
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
17 ,574 48
Checks on other banks and
83 00
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
175 00
Silver coin ...............................
125 80
IT. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
1,7 11 00
Nickels and cents .............
67 0o
Total .................... .. .

$47,099 09

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid
................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ....................
Time certificates of de­
................................
posit

Total

$10,000 00
2 ,1 73 12
20 .0 8 4 36
14,841 61

$47,099 09

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Ed. Pautsch, Burnett . . . .
Robert Christian, Burnett
Herman Scheupfeffer, Burnett ...................................
E. T. Miescke, B urnett. . .
Wm. Lund. B urnett...........
Richard Rail, H ustisford.
Hugo Rail, B urnett...........
L. W. Dehue, B urnett. . . .
August Yube, B u r n e t t ....


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F. E. Moul, B u rn ett.........
Carl Zimmermann, Burnett
Geo. R. Mayhew. Burnett
300 00 I;. C. Pautsch, J u n e a u ...
1,0 0 0 0O August Thiemann, Burnett
600 00 T. .1. Danie1, B u r n e t t ....
300 00 Geo. T. Hoy, B u r n e t t ....
100 Oo J. H. Peachey, Burnett. . .
400 00
Total ........................
100 00
100 00
$500 00
600 00

300
500
200
500
1,0 00
1,0 00
200
2 ,3 0 0

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$10,000 00

81

Reports of State Banks.

Butternut— Ashland County Bank.

WM. G. FORDYCE, President.
C. S. FORDYCE, Vice President.

TED. SCOFIELD, Cashier.
JAMES A. JOHNSON, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
C. S. Fordyce,
Wm. G. Fordyce,

James A. Johnson,
Ted Scofield.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts.........
$99,224 71
Overdrafts ......... ................. ,
41 40
1 ,2 50 00
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
1 ,2 50 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
19 ,179 51
Due from other b a n k s ... .
3 ,0 78 87
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
224 48
Gold coin .............................
42 50
Silver coin ...........................
980 60
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................... 7 ..........
4,1 5 5 00
Nickels and cents .............
53 54
Total

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

$129,480 61

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid. ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ..................................
Savings deposits ................

Total

$10,000 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,7 5 7 39
38 ,267 83
54 ,772 12
18,683 27

......................... $129,480 61

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Wm. G. Fordyce, B utter­
nut ......................................
Catherine S. Fordyce, But­
ternut ...............................
Ted. Scofield, Butternut. .


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$8,000 00

400 00
200 00

.Tames A. Johnson, B utter­
nut .:....................................
Elnora F. Bostedo, River
Forest, 111..........................
Total

1,200 00
200 00
$10,000 00

82

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Cadott— Citizens State Bank.
CHARLES GRASSLE, President.
HENRY GOETZ, JR., Vice President.

GEO. W. P.OIE, Cashier.
FRED GOETZ, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Henry
R. B.
James
S. R.

Geotz, Jr..
Cunningham,
Doherty,
Kaiser,

John .T. Kaiser,
Charles Grassle,
J. C. Tanberg.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

Loans and discou nts.......
Overdrafts
.........................
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Other real estate owned.
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks
and cash item s..............
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin
.........................
U. S', and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts...............
Total

L ia b ilit ie s .
$83,414
310
4 ,3 0 0
3 ,0 0 0
10 ,700

88
79
00
00
00

24 ,064 23
468 85
695 00
579 35
3 ,7 20 00
46 61

........................$131,299

71

Capital stock paid In . . . .
Surplus fund ....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, subject to check....................
Time certificates of deposit ..................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’s checks outstanding ......................................

Total

$25,000 00
1 ,5 00 00
1 ,4 44 80
27 ,722 41
66,297 89
5 ,7 5 4 44
3 ,5 8 0 11

........................ $131,299 71

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
R. B. Cunningham, Cadott
James Doherty, C adott. . .
John Dietrich, Cadott. . . .
A. J. Dietzler. C a d o t t ....
John J. Dietzler, C adott. .
Theodore Filtz, Cadott. . .
H. W. Frasl, C ad ott.........
L. J. Rusk, Chippewa Falls
Louis Goetz, C ad ott..........
Henry J. Goetz, Cadott. . . .
Charles Grassle, C a d o tt..
Albert Grassle, C adott. . . .
John Goetz, C ad ott..........
J. E. Aiken, New Castle,
P a...........................................
J. C. Tanberg, Eau Claire
H. P. Tanberg Eau Claire
K. C. Bubeck, C ad ott-----Farmers
&
M erchants’
State Bank, S t a n l e y ....
W alter Goetz, C a d o t t . . . . .


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$2,800
400
500
1,000
100
200
2,000
400
200
300
900
200
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

1,000
4,4 00
2,000
300

00
00
00
00

1,000 00
200 00

Benj. Goetz, C ad ott...........
Henry Goetz, Jr., Cadott. .
Christian Goetz, Cadott. . .
Ithinehart Goetz, Cadott. .
George Goetz C ad ott.........
Mathias Goodman, Cadott
H. W. Gardner, C a d o t t ...
Ernest J. Hebert, Chippewa F a lls.............................
John J. Kaiser, C’adott. .
S. It. Kaiser, C’a d o tt...........
Joseph Mrasek, Cadott. . .
Charles Marriner, Cadott.
George T. Hebert, Chippewa F a lls........................
Geo. W. Boie, C adott.........
J. T. Joyce, Eau C la ir e ..
Ruby Zimmerman, Cadott.
Total ..........................

200
700
200
200
200
500
300

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

100
600
1.5 00
100
1,000

00
00
00
00
00

100 oo
300 00
500 00
400 00
$25,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

83

Cadott— State Bank of Cadott.

J. II. MUNROE, President.
F.
ZIMMERMAN, Vice President.

FRED L. MUNROE, Cashier.
JOS. M. O’ HARA, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
J. II. Munrop,
W. L. Hemphill,
Fred L. Munroe,
Frank Zimmerman,

Frank J. Favelle,
J. S. Lowe,
M. A. Gilbert.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resonvees.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discou nts.........
$26,889 00
Overdrafts ...........................
771 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
4 ,2 5 4 64
Due from other banks. . .
500 00
Checks on other banks and
cash items ...........................
11 50
Gold coin .............................
10 00
Silver coin ...........................
504 95
U. S. and national cur­
1 ,6 8 0 00
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
59 79
Total

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

$3 4,680 88

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
...................
Undivided profits, less surrent expenses and taxes
paid ............................. > . .
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ...............
Time certificates o f de­
posit ..................................

Total

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

$7 ,000 00
1 ,5 00 00
204 72
6 ,8 23 16
19,153 00

$3 4,68 0 88

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
J. H. Munroe, Wenatchee,
W ash.....................................
W. L. Hemphill, Neillsville ....................................
M. A. Gilbert, C ad ott____
C. B. Griffin, Wenatchee,
W ash.....................................
E. Zimmerman, Cadott. . .
A.
J.
Edminster,
H ol­
combe .................................
Frank Zimmerman, Cadott
F. J. Lavelle C ad ott.........
Fred L. Munroe, Cadott. .
R. B. Southard, Marshfield
Winnie Munroe, Dorchester
Marie S. Dewhurst, Neillsville ....................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Mrs. J. M. O’Hara, Wonewoc ......................................
Maud
Wires,
Gladstone,
500 00
M ich......................................
200 00 A. B. Lowe, Sechlerville. .
L. A. .Tones, P ortag e.........
1,100 00 John S. Lowe, C'adott. . . .
100 00 W. B. Svetlik, C ad ott.........
L. A. W ilcox, Cadott. . . .
500 00 R. L. Zimmerman, H ol­
700 00
combe ................................
200 00 A. M. Warner, Hancock,
300 00
M ich......................................
100 00
100 00
T o t a l ..........................
$800 00

200 00

100 00
100
200
800
100
100
100

00
00
00
00
00
00

100 00
600 00
$7,000 00

84

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking.

Cambria— Bank of Cambria.

M.
D.

J. ROW LANDS, President.
M. ROWLANDS, Vice President.

D. M. ROW LANDS, Cashier.
C. A. SCOTT, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
M.
D.

.T. Rowlands,
M. Rowlands,

O. I. Jones.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discou nts......... $140,574 79 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
244 29 Surplus fund ......................
<Iverdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
Undivided profits, less curother bonds ....................
1,6 0 0 00
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
1 ,5 00 00
Due from approved reserve
Individual deposits, sub3 ,2 22 80
ject to check....................
banks ...............................
Due from other banks. . .
6 .6 6 4 52 Demand certificates o f deGold coin .............................
4 ,7 3 0 00
posit ...................................
Silver coin ............. .............
1 ,2 89 00 Time certificates of deU. S', and national curposit .................................
rency .................................
11,265 00 Savings deposits ................
Notes
and
bills
re-disNickels and cents ..............
506 36
counted .............................
T otal

......................... $171,596 76

T otal

$1 0,000 00
750 00
869 91
49 ,114 70
2 ,2 95 08
100,651 67
2 ,9 15 40
5 ,0 0 0 00

......................... $171,596 76

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
M.
D.

J. Rowlands, Cambria.
M. Rowlands, Cambria.


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$4,000 00 |O. I. Jones, C am bria......
2,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
---------------------I
Total .........................
$10,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

85

Cambria— The Cambria State Bank.

E. O. ROBERTS, Cashier.
O. I. JONES, Asst. Cashier

IL F. SCHEMMEL, President.
JOHN SLINGER, V ice President.

DIRECTORS.
O. I. Jones,
D. R. Williams,
Fred Friday.

H. F. Schemmel,
John Slinger,
Jos. Sanderson, Sr.
E. O. Roberts,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Doans and d iscounts.........
$80,590 39
TJ. S., state, municipal and
5,9 1 2 41
other bonds ....................
Premium on bon ds...........
120 00
Banking house ....................
3,2 2 9 37
Furniture and fixtures . .
2,3 7 3 89
Due from approved reserve
banks ..................................... 26 ,234 45
Due from other ba n k s..
4 ,5 95 63
Gold coin .............................
685 00
Silver coin .........................
969 35
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
5 ,2 8 0 00
Nickels and cen ts................
84 66
Total

......................... $130,075 15

Capital stock paid
in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Due to banks— D eposits. .
Individual deposits,
sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Saving? deposits ................

Total

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

$15,000 00
50 00
884 40
1 ,0 0 0 00
29 ,9 6 0 61
68 ,139 90
15 ,040 24

$130,075 15

NAMES OF ST OCKHOLDERS.
O. I. Jones, Cam bria........
A.
G. Hopkins, C a m b r ia ...
Joseph Sanderson, Cambria
E. O, Roberts, Cambria. . . .
H. F. Schemmel, Cambria. .
W. E. W illiams. C am bria..
John Slinger, Cambria. . . .
D. R. W illiams, Cambria. .
R. D. Morris, Cam bria.....


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$2,500
1.5 00
1,000
1,500
1.500
1,500
1,000
500
1,0 00

800
00 F. F. Scharf, Cambria. . . .
500
00 O. H. Marquardt, Cambria.
500
00 1!. O. Williams. C am bria..
500
00 Fred Friday. Cam bria.........
500
00 FI. W. Morris, Cam bria___
200
00 .1. E. Roberts. Cambria. . . .
00
T o t a l ...........................
$15,000
00
00

00
On
On
00
00
00
00

86

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Cambridge— Bank of Cambridge.

A.
C. AMUNDSON, President.
II. L. BUTLER, Vice President.

FRAN K LIN GOULD, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
A.
C. Amundson,
H. L. Butler,

Franklin Gould.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

Loans and d i s c o u n t s .....
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ..................
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash item s.........................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

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

L iab ilities.

$5 1,11 8
285
2 ,0 0 0
1 ,5 7 7

51
57
00
16

4 ,3 0 3 56

Capital
stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus
fu n d ......................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit
......................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 3 4 31
1 9 ,2 4 0 45
34 ,5 4 2 56

804 00
100 00
734 15
3 ,8 35 00
59 37
$6 4,81 7 32

Total

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

$64,817 32

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
A.

C. Amundson, Cam­
bridge ...............................
H. L. Butler, M a d is o n ....
H. J. Christoffers, London
C. O. Tellefson, U tica. . . .
Stephen Haight, Rockdale.


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$500
2,5 0 0
600
200
100

00
00
00
00
00

Chris. Legreid. Cambridge
Franklin Gould, Cambridge
Jackson Reuter, M ad!s o n ..
John Gates, Jr., Ft. A t­
kinson ...............................
Total

100 00
5,0 00 00
500 00
500 00
$1 0,00 0 00

Reports of State Banks.

87

Cambridge— The International Bank of Cambridge.

C. C. MAY, President.
ANN C. MAY, Vice President.

HENRY C. MAY, Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
Mary E. May,
Ann C. May,

C. C. May,
Harry C. May.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discou nts.........
$41,265 15 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
560 4^ Surplus fund
....................
Stocks and other securi­
Undivided profits, less cur­
ties ....................................
150 00
rent expenses and taxes
Banking house ..................
1 ,6 81 64
paid ....................................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,9 57 81 Individual deposits, sub­
Hue from approved reserve
ject to ch eck....................
banks .................................... 13 ,740 82 Demand certificates of de­
Checks on other banks and
posit ...........
cash items ......................
348 18
Gold coin ...................... . . .
410 00
Silver coin .........................
795 90
U. S. and national cur­
3 ,7 4 7 0(>
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
85 39
Total

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

$64,742 33

Total

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

$10,000 00
529 73
955 55
28 ,445 91
24 ,811 14

$64,742 33

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
E. P. May estate, Ft. A t­
kinson .................................
Ann C. May. Ft. Atk'nson
D. C. May, Ft. Atkinson
C. C. May, Cam bridge. . .


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$3,000
2,000
2 ,00 0
1 ,4 0 0

Harry C. May, Cambridge.
00 Mary E. May, Cambridge
00
00
Total
00

1,000 00
600 00
$10,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

88

Cameron— Bank of Cameron.

L. I. ROE, President.
H. C. SW ETLAND, Vice President.

INGRAL EG ST AD, Cashier.
.T. F. SAMSON, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
S. O. Mauseth,
M. C. Howard,
C. H. Museus,

H. C. Swetland,
L. I. Roe.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Liab ilities.

R esources.

l oans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ........... ...............
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Other real estate owned. .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ...........................
IT. S. and national currency .................................
Nickels and cents ...........
Total

$75,345
457
2 ,6 0 0
1,5 00
3,4 75

74
69
00
00
00

12,823 04
23 50
285 00
1,2 09 15

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................... . ...........
Individual
deposits, sub­
je ct to ch eck ....................
Time certificates of
de­
posit . . . . t ......................
Savings deposits ................

$ 10 ,000 00

1 ,0 0 0 00
395 23
28 ,899 50
56 ,131 50
3 ,7 5 6 17

2,3 7 8 00
85 28
$100,182 40

Total

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

$100,182 40

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
D I Roe C am eron............
$1 ,700 00 H.
S. O.
Mauseth. C am eron .. 1,700 OU C.
M. C.
Howard, C am eron .. 2,500 00


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c . Swetland. Cameron.
II. Museus, C a m e ro n ...
Total

1 ,6 0 0 00
2 ,5 00 00
$10,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

S9

Campbellsport— The First State Bank.

F. .T. BARBER, President.
M. L. McCUBLOUGH. Vice President.

JOHN LOEBS. Cashier.
P>. II. GLASS. Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
F. J. Barber,
M. L. McCullough,
John Loebs,

A. J. Barber,
Wm. Knickei.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discou nts. $202,440
80
Overdrafts ...........................
30 85
U. S , state, municipal and
other bonds .....................
2 ,5 00 00
Banking house ..................
7,3 7 6 79
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...'.
750 00
Other real estate ow n ed. .
3 ,0 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
42,203 47
Du-' from other b a n k s..
7,1 2 6 48
3 ,3 6 0 00
Gold coin .............................
Silver c o in .....................
660
10
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
7,661 00
Nickels and ce n ts........
124
66
Total

......................... $277,234 15

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual deposits, sub­
je ct to cbeck ...............
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Tim e certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits .............

Total


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1,500 00
300 00
300 00
200 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2,5 00 00
2,0 00 00
3,5 00 00
500 ,00
800 00
1,500 00
200 00
1,0 00 00
200 00
500 00
500 00
100 00

3,6 91 85
80 50
54,255 49
331 48
81,971 71
76 ,903 12

......................... $277,234 15

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
W. P. Warwick. O sh kosh..
I). C. Pinkerton, Oshkosh.
Rose C. Swart, O sh k o sh ...
J C. Thompson, O sh kosh..
P. A. Wheeler, Oshkosh. .
J. II. Jenkins, Oshkosh. . . .
F. J. Barber, Oshkosh......
A. .T. Barber, Oshkosh.........
S. T. Church, Oshkosh. . . .
J. B. Chase, O shkosh.........
Lucy A. Forbes, Oshkosh. . .
M yrtle E. Hinman, Guard­
ian, O s h k o s h ....................
John W. Hume, O sh kosh..
R. A. H o'lister. O sh kosh..
Lucy I. Howard, Oshkosh
Nancy A. Howard, Osh­
kosh ....................................
Lily A. Nuss, O s h k o s h ....

$50,000 00
10 ,000 00

A. D. Chesley, Campbells­
port .....................................
Fannie L. Gage, Campbells­
port ......................................
James P. Gilboy, Campbellsp ort..............................
B. H. Glass, Campbells­
port .....................................
O. G. Hendricks, Campbells­
port ......................
Leonard
Knickei,
Camp­
bellsport .............................
Wm. Knickei, Campbells­
port ......................................
John Loebs, Campbellsport.
E. F. Martin, Campbells­
port ............................
John H. Paas, Campbells­
p ort ......................................

"3
500 00
700 00
700 00
100 00
800 00
1,4 00 00
3,5 00 00
2,5 0 0 00
100 00
500 00

90

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.— Continued.
M. L. McCullough, Campbellsport .............................
Susan Scheid, Campbells­
p ort ......................................
Michael Thelen, Campbellsp o r t ......................................
J. B. Thelen, Campbells­
port .....................................
Peter Terlinden, Campbellsp o r t .....................................
II. Johnston Weld, Camp­
bellsport .............................
Katharine Weld, Campbellsp o r t .....................................
Peter Schrooten, Campbellsport .....................................
Andrew Strachota, Campb e 'llsp o rt.............................
Simon
Strachota,
Campb e lls p o r t .............................
J. H. Kleinhaus, Campbellsport .....................................
August Nast, M arblehead..
Wm. Nast, M a r b le h e a d ....
Ed Campbell, Campbellsport .....................................
M. W. Hall. Campbellsport
John B. Williams, Camp­
bellsport .............................
Margaret Fellenz, Camp* b e lls p o r t .............................
Henry Powers, Campbells­
port .....................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3,7 00 00
200 00
600 00
400 00
800 00
2,5 00 00
500 00
300 00
300 On
300 00
100 00
1,000 00
2,0 00 00
800 00
100 00
400 00
200 00
S00 00

Frank Scheid, Campbells­
p o r t .................
1 ,6 0 0
Christian
Hirsig,
Camp­
bellsport .............................
Helen Hull, Campbellsport
Grace E. Hendricks, Camp­
bellsport .............................
Herman Fick, Campbells­
port ....................................
C. F. Burnett, Campbells­
port .....................................
A. J. Pieper. Campbellsport
Wm. F. Ladwig, Campbells­
port .....................................
P. E. Uelmen, Campbells­
port .....................................
H. A. Wrucke, Campbells-port .....................................
B. D. Romaine, Campbells­
port .....................................
J. F. Meixensperger, Camp­
bellsport .............................
Frank Baker, Campbells­
port .....................................
Wm. Meyer. Campbellsport
Otto Teschendorf!. Camp­
bellsport .............................
W. W. Hughes, Fond du

T,nc ................................

J. Biesbier, Campbellsport.
T o t a l ...........................

00
800 00
500 00
300 00
500 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
800 00
200 00
400 00
200 00

ion

01

500 00

$50.000 00

Reports of State Banks.

91

Camp Douglas— Bank of Camp Douglas.

C. TT. HOTON. President.
C. II. SEIBOLD, Vice President.

EVELYN

SINGLETON, Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
C. H. Hoton,
B. M. Grover,
W. E'. Gleason,

Geo. M. Frohmader,
C. II. Seihold.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
It S„ state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin . . . ..................
U. S. and national currency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............
Total

L iab ilitie s.

$81,191 72
245 20
9 ,9 0 0 00
1 ,6 5 0 95
4 2 ,529 07
68 83
7 50
1 ,1 4 5 00
920 00

Gapital
stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid
.........................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to ch eck..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit
...........................
Time certificates of de­
posit
...........................

$12,000 00
500 00
16 ,637 63
35 ,627 5S
6.5 85 22
83,461 97

i
2 ,0 7 6 00 |
78 13

..............r ____ $139,812 40

Total

......................... $139,812 40

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
C. II. Hoton, Camp Doug­
las ......................................
Geo. M. Frohmader, Camp
Douglas .............................
Ann E. Singleton, Camp
Douglas .............................
II. J. Mortenson, New L is­
bon ......................................
B. M. Grover, Camp Doug­
las ......................................
L. E. Gleason, Camp Doug­
las ......................................
Wm. E. Gleason, Camp
Douglas .............................
Chas.
O.
Cron,
Camp
Douglas .............................
E. H. Hoton, Camp Doug­
las ......................................


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Julius Mueller, Hust er. . .
G. A. Schroeder, Hustler.
W. C.« Johnson. Oakdale. .
1,500 00 Wm. Allds. Camp Douglas
W. F. Eherhart, Camp
1,000 00
Douglas .............................
Elizabeth Eberhart, Camp
1,000 00
Douglas .............................
Mrs. Lena J. Rice, Camp
700 00
Douglas .............................
Chas. H. Seibold, Camp
500 00
Douglas .............................
Wm. G. Fraley, Camp Doug500 00
l a s ........................................

$3,000 00

500 00
300 00

Total

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

300
200
300
400

00
00
00
00

200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
1,000 00
$12,000 00

92

Report of the Commissioner of Banking

Casco— Bank of Casco.

B. DECKER, President.
W. P. MEACHAM, Vice President.

D. W. LAW LER, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
George Bottkol,
Aug. Ripley.

E. Decker,
M. W. Burke,
W. M. Doyle,

Statement, November 10; 1910..

L iab ilities.

resou rces.
Loans and d iscou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S'., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency ................................
Nickels and cents ...........
Insurance premiums .........
Total

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

$67,049 39
I l l 52
15 ,000 00
2 ,0 7 5 00
1 2 ,879 22
1 ,4 63 68
505 00
664 15

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surnlus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits,
sub­
ject to check ................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$1 0,00 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
35 94
1 3 ,747 71
77 ,365 68
1 ,5 90 64

4 ,9 2 7 Oo
45 01
20 00
$104,739 97

Total

......................... $104,739 97

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
E. Decker, C asco................
W. P. Meacham, C asco. . .
W. M. Doyle, C asco...........
Jule J. Defnet, C asco.........
II. A. Dworak, Kewaunee. .
Aug. Ripley, K e w a u n e e ....
1. T; Smithwick, Casco. . . .
Thos. Drury, C asco...........
D. W. Lawler. C asco.........
W. 1. McGrath, N eenah. .


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$500 00
500 00
500 00
600 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
1 ,0 0 0 00

Geo. Bottkoll, C asco.........
M. W. Burke, C asco.........
Dan Burke, C asco.............
Dennis L. Burke, Lemon, S.
D .............................................
August Sell, Luxemburg. . .
Geo. K !ng, Casco ..............
G'. II. Moede, C asco...........
Total

1,000 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1,000 00
1.000
200
100
100

(0
00
00
00

$10,000 00

Reports of State Bantes.

93

Cashton— Bank of Cashton.

WATSON EARLE, President.
L. W. EARLE, Vice President.

L. M. E'ARLE, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.

W atson Earle,
L. W. Earle,
L. M. Earle,
C. H. Campbell,

P. E. Nelson,
P. E. Mitby,
Clara M. Ford.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R e s o n rees.

L iab ilitie s.

lo a n s and discou nts......... $136,031 23
Overdrafts ...........................
296 23
Ranking house ....................
2 ,5 0 0 00
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
2,6 6 2 93
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
20 ,870 S3
Due from other b a n k s ... .
16,393 61
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
167 58
'15 00
Cold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
180 00
1. S. and national cur­
rency .................
5 ,4 2 0 00
Nickels and cents .............
11 49
Total

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

$190,548 90

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus f u n d ........................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................

Total

$10.000 00
1 ,7 0 0 50
1 ,0 4 6 5.3
47 ,829 12
129,923 25

......................... $190,548 90

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
W atson Earle, Tornati . . .
L. W. Earle, Tornali.........
Ruby M. Earle, T om ah. . .
Anna J. Earle, C a s h to n ...
L. M. Earle, C ashton____
C. II. Campbell, C ash ton ..
P. E. Nelson, C a s h t o n ....


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$1 ,5 0 0
1,500
200
300
1,5 00
1,500
1,000

00
00
OO
00
00
00
00

P. E. M'thv. C ashton.........
Clara M. Ford. S p a r t a ...
W. A. .Tones. S parta.........
Geo. M. Willgrubs, Madi­
son ......................................
E. A. Ilankee, Brackett. .
Total

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

500 00
1 ,5 00 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
$10,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking

94

Cassville— Badger State Bank.

W ALTER KLEINPELL-, F resident.
G. A. KLIN D T, Vice President.

O. M. ATTE B E R Y, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Aloys Grimm,
John Zeigler,
Wm. Gates, Jr.

W alter Klempell,
G. A. Klindt,
W. F. Klinkhammer,
John Rech,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilitie s .

R eson rees.
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
IT. S. and national curreney .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Expense ................................
Total

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

Aloys Grimm, C a ssville..
W. F. Klinkhammer, Cass­
ville ....................................
Fugen Kleinpell, Cassville.
C. J. Kuenster, Cassville. .
Julius
Kleinpell,
Cass­
ville ....................................
G. A. Klindt, Cassville. .
W alter
Kleinpell,
Cass­
ville ....................................
John A. Klindt, Jr., Cass­
ville ....................................
Frank Caspers, C a ssville..
F. C. Bennett. Cassville. .
II. H. Kleinpell, Chicago,
111...........................................
W illiam Gates, Jr., Beeto w n ................................. •
C. W. Donaldson, Cass­
ville .............................
El. Ishmnel. Cassville. . . .
Christ. W eist,
Cassville. .
O+to Fahling,
Cassville. .
Phil C. Grimm. Cassville. .
R. W. Scott, Cassville. . . .
C. L. Ishmael,
C assville.,


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1,315 00
15,242 P5
105 bo
65 65
2 ,9 14 00
5 91
376 42
$20,024 93

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less current expense's and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, subiect to ch eck....................
Time certificates of deposit .................................

$15.000 00

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

$20,024 93

Total

John Foley, Cassville. . . .
Herman Grimm, Cassville.
500 00 W alter Gallowav, Cassville
500 no J. J. Seipne, C assville. . . .
Brothers,
Cass500 00 Brewer
ville ....................................
500 00 F. w. Bartells. Cassville. .
500 00 Ben Bausch, Cassville. . . .
Jacob Klein, C a s s v ille ....
500 00 W. W. Stewart, Cassville.
C.
H.
Bernhard,
Cassville ....................................
500 00
500 00 A. J. Lindner. C assville. .
500 00 Vnl Ishmael, Cassville. . .
W. Ft. Grimm, Cassville. .
500 00 Henry Kleinpell, Cassvile.
John Zeiglor, C a s s v ille ...
500 00 Peter Bernhard, Cassville.
A. J. Deitrich, C assville..
500 00 A. II. Bausch, Cassville. .
500 00 Mrs. E. Carter, Cassville.
500 00 John Rech. C assville.........
500 00 G. W. Groom, Cassville*. .
500 00
Total ........................
500 00
500 00

$500 00

39 'i 8
4 ,7 4 0 lb
245 00

500
500
500
500

00
00
00
00

200
200
200
200
200

00
00
00
00
00

200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
300
200
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$15,000 00

Reports of State Banks,

95

Cassville— The Cassville Bank.

P.
K.

T. STEVENS, President.
M. STEVENS, Vice President.

G. A. STEVENS, Cashier.
A. D. CLARK, Asst. Cashier.

D IRECTO RS.
O.
K.

A. Stevens,
M. Stevens,

P. T. Stevens.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts......... $108,606
1,3 90
Overdrafts ...........................
405
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
1 ,8 00
Other real estate owned.
Due from approved reserve
13,009
banks ................................
Checks on other banks and
256
cash items ......................
1 ,2 50
Gold coin .............................
225
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
2 ,6 36 00
rency .................................
52 70
Nickels and cents .............
$129,632 4b

Total

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................

Total

.$10,000 0b
1 0 , 0 0 0 00

956 88
33 ,535 56
75 ,140 01

$129,632 45

NAM ES OP S T O C K H O LD E R S.
P. T. Stevens, M ontfort. .
K. M. Stevens. C assville..


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$500 00 I G. A. Stevens, Cassville. .
5,5 00 00
4,0 00
00
---------------------J
Total .........................
$10,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking

96

Cazenovia— State Bank of Cazenovia.

J . C. ANDERSON. President.
JOHN W ALSH, Vice l ’ resident.

J. E. H ANZLIK. Cashier.
A. C. JAN, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
J.
C. Anderson,
.Ino. Walsh,
Peter M ilfred,

Ben Adrlman,
J. E. Ilanzlik.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilities.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
L. S.. state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banr,s and
cash items .................... ,
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and ce n ts........... t ■

$39,363 05
20S 85
25 ,125 00
2 .2 00 00
1 ,5 46 53
15 ,046 13
3,7 64 07
56 18
557 50
434 35

$ 10,000

00

50 6!)
39 ,073 17
42 ,3 8 9 31
50 00
180 00

3 ,3 2 7 00
114 51
$91.743 17

Total

Capital stock paid In . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ................
Time
certificates of de­
posit .................................
Certified checks ..................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

$91.743 17

Total

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
.T. E. Ilanzlik, C azenovia..
,T. C. Anderson, Cazenovia.
Peter M ilfred. C azenovia..
E. A. Bohn. Lime R id g e ..
Frank Bowar, C azenovia..
Ben. Adelman, Cazenovia.
Peter Duren. Cazenovia. .
George Ruskauff, Cazenovia
Mary Brown. Cazenovia. . .
Peter N. Bauer, Cazenovia
B. J. Vlasak. L aV alle.........
E. A. Lee, C azenovia.........
Wm. McCarthy. Sandusky.
Leona A. Ruskauff, Elsi­
nore, Cal.............................
E. J- Ruskauff, Elsinore,
Cal.........................................


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$ 1 ,900
1,0 00
500
100
500
500
100
100
100
300
100
100
100

00
00
(10
00
00
00
09
00
00
00
00
00
00

400 00
100 00

Nelson Bros., Cazenovia. .
J. B. Bruddermanns, Spring
Green .................................
Cha-ï. Bible C a ze n o v ia ...
•T. F. Conley, Cazenovia. .
John Walsh, C a z e n o v ia ...
Jacob Braun, C azenovia..
F. W. Ruskauff, Elsinore,
Cal..........................................
Anthony Ruskauff, Elsinore,
Cal. ......................................
A. F. Brown, Cazenovia.
Henry Schell, tVilton. . . .
Isabel Nelson, C azenovia..
Total

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

100 00
200 00

100 00
100 00
1 , 0 0 0 00

300 00

1,000 00
100 00
2 0 0 00

500 00
500 Ob
$10,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

97

Cecil— The State Bank o f Cecil.

I IKK MAX .BOCIIER, President.
W . C. ZACHOW, Vice President.

J. H. KUEHL, Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
W. C. Zachow,
Herman Bocher
Oust E. Iiartz.
II. C. Scheller,

•Taco!) P. M n e r .
Emil Sclunidt,
•T. II. Kuehl,

Statement, November 10, 1010.
R e s o t i ro es.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Stocks and other securiT> tiM. .....................................
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fix tu r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks . ..............................
Checks on other banks and
cash items . . . .............
<!ol,l coin .........: ...........; .
Silver coin ........................
P- S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickeis and cents .............
Total

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

L i u b i ! it i e s .

$06 772 50
’ 198 11
184 00
3 ,7 4 0 00
3 ,2 0 0 00
21 ,1 7 7 93
1 ,837 66

2 ,0 8 0 00
573 15
1,2 9 0 00
44 28
$101,097 69

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
.................................
Paid
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check....................
Time
certificates of de­
posit ..................................
Savings deposits ................
Notes and
bills
re-dis­
counted .............................

Total

$ 1 5,00 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
877 44
5 0o
36,441 46
38 ,925 58
4 ,0 0 8 21
3 ,8 4 0 00

......................... $101,097 6!)

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
Em'I Schmidt. C ecil...........
•T. F. Mayer, C ecil...............
•T. F. Goergen, Shawano. .
Wm. Radloff, C ecil.............
Ldw. Mertins, Bonduel. .
C'has. Miles, C ecil................
John Heiser, Advance. . . .
Fred Saltzwadel. C e c i l . ...
Fred Moesch, C ecil...........
S. Isaacson. C ecil................
Gust E. Bartz, H ayes. . . .
Albert A. Becher Pulcifer
Carl Mueller, C ecil.............
R. G. Hanson. Underhill. .
Ida B. Scheller. C e c i l . . . .
H. C. Scheller, C ecil...........
Henry Koeppen. C e c i l . . . .
Frank Isstas. C e cil.............
W. C. Zackow. S haw ano. . .

7— B .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$200
100
300
200
100
100
100
200
100
1oo
100
100
200
100
100
100
100
1,200
6,200

00
no
00
00
00
00
00
O')
00
oo
00
OO
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

IT. E. W alther, C ecil.........
Wm. Miles. C ecil..................
A. .T. II. Kern C ecil.........
GusX Samp, C ecil................
J. FI. Kuehl, C ecil.............
F.
W. Humphrey, Shawano
Wm. Buche, S h a w a n o ....
Herman Bocher. Cecil........
M arion Berberich, Crom­
well. Tnd.............................
Elsia Anderson, P ulcifer. .
Henry Henningson, Pulcifer ......................................
F.
J. Martin, S h a w a n o ...
Llewellyn
A.
W estcott,
Shawano ...........................
Total

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

100
\oo
300
300
200
2 ,0 00
200
1,100

00
oo
00
00
00
00
00
00

300 00
300 00
TOO 00
200 00
200 00
$15,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

98

Cedarburg— Cedarburg State Bank.

CHARLES C. W IR TH , President.
.1. HENRY W ITTEN BERG, Vice President.

I). M. ROSENHEIM ER, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Charles C. W irth,
,1. Henry Wittenberg,
John F. Nieman,

W. II. C. Wiesler,
D. M. Rosenheimcr.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Itesourees.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discou nts......... $170,092 86
Overdrafts ...........................
18 39
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
1 1 ,7 0 0 00
Banking house ..................
9 ,9 9 5 28
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
5 ,0 6 7 01
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
3 6 ,629 67
Checks on other banks and
4 ,3 51 48
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
3 ,4 3 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
897 75
IT. S. and national cur­
3 ,6 22 00
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
27 15
Total

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

$245,831 54

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided prom s, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ..........................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................

Total

$4 0,00 0 00
7 ,4 45 09
40 ,9 7 4 45
9 ,2 8 6 84
89,735 44
58 ,389 72

......................... $245,831 54

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
John C. Wittenberg, Cedarburg ....................................
J. Henry Wittenberg, Cedarburg ....................
John F. Nieman, Cedarburg ...................................
G. H. W irth, C e d a rb u rg ...
W. H. C. Wiesler, Cedarburg ....................................
George W. Wittenberg, Cedarburg .............................
D. M. Rosenheimer, Cedarburg ....................................
Chas. C. W irth, Cedarburg
Fred Wiesler. Cedarburg. .
John F. Groth, Cedarburg.
Otto H. Bublitz, Thiensville


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1 ,800 00
4 ,7 0 0 00
5,000 00
2,000 00
2,500 00
1,800 00
4 ,4 0 0
8,500
1.000
1,000
200

00
00
00
01)
00

Louis G. Kieker, Thiensville
Wm. H. Fromm, Cedarburg
Wm. Buch, Cedarburg.........
Gottlieb Epple, Cedarburg.
Meta M. Wittenberg, Cedarburg ....................................
Jas. J. Wittenberg, Cedarburg ....................................
Theo. F. W ittenberg, Cedarburg ....................................
Gottfreid Bruss, Cedarburg
Edgar Roth, Cedarburg. .
Wm.
F.
Schanen,
Port
W ashington ....................
T o t a l ...........................

200
2.000
500
50U

00
00
00
00

800 00
800 00
800 00
1 ,0 00 00
200 00
300 00
.
$40,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

99

Cedarburg— The Farmers & Merchants Bank.
C. F. KENNEY, President.
JOHN F. BRUSS, Vice President.

M. P. BECKER, Cashier.
A. E. BRUSS, Asst. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
C. F.
John
Jacob
E. G.

Kenney,
F. Bruss,
Dietrich,
Wurthmann,

M. P. Becker,
John Weber, Sr.,
Mrs. E. N. Kraemer.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discou nts......... $270,685 16
Overdrafts ...........................
702 2b
IT. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
92 ,865 24
Stocks and other securi­
ties .......................
5 ,0 2 5 55
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
2 ,6 5 8 40
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
63 ,566 95
Checks on other banks and
2 ,3 3 4 30
cash ilems ......................
Gold coin .............................
1 ,9 57 50
Silver coin ...........................
2 ,2 75 05
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
7 ,7 0 4 00
Nickels and ce n ts................
425 63
Total

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

$450,200 06

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ......................
Due to banks— D ep osits..
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Due to others ....................

Total

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

$3 0,00 0 00
7 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,0 6 8 73
2 ,7 1 5 96
72 ,579 08
1 ,5 15 00
73 ,378 45
25 3,59 8 77
344 07

$450,200 06

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
M. P. Becker, Cedarburg.
C. F. Kenney, Cedarburg.
John F. Bruss
Cedarburg
E. G. Wurthmann, Cedar­
burg ....................................
Wm. .T. Roebken, Cedar­
burg ..................................
Jacob Dietrich, Cedarburg
Gottfried
Bruss,
Cedar'burg ....................................
Jacob B. Becker, Cedar­
burg ....................................
C. W. Lehmann, Cedar­
burg . . . . . ' .......
900
Julius W. Lehmann, Cedar­
burg ...................................
John Weber, Sr., Cedar­
burg ....................................
August Weber, Cedarburg.
Albert L. .Tochem, Cedar­
burg ....................................
Wm. P. Jochem, Cedar­
burg ....................................
Christ Sohuddakopf, Cedar­
burg ...................................
O. J. Hurth, C e d a rb u rg ...


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$1,800 00
1,800 00
900 00

John Armbruster, Cedar­
burg ....................................
Nic.
Altenhofen,
Cedar­
burg ....................................
1,300 00 Ermina B. Freund, guar
dian, Cedarburg .............
500 0(1 Emil Herziger, Cedarburg.
1,6 00 00 John Dietrich. Cedarburg.
Mrs. Wm. .T. Roebken, Ce­
darburg .............................
900 00
Otto .T. Groth, C edarburg..
900 00 Cbas. Lueder. Cedarburg. .
Henry Anschuetz, Cedar00 „ burg ....................................
Geo. II. Wittenberg, Cedar­
burg ...................................
900 00
A. E. Bruss. Cedarburg. . . .
1,3 00 00 Henry F. Stauske, Cedar­
burg ....................................
500 00
Mrs.
E.
N.
Kraemer,
Cedarburg .........................
900 00
Fred Liesonberg, Cedarburg
900 00 Louis G. Kieker, Thiensville
Martin Bartell. Thiensville.
Herman W. Butzke, Cedar­
500 00
burg ------'...........................
2.0 00 00
Total

¡JOO 00
1,1 00 00
1,450 00
800 00
400 00
400 00
1.000 00
200 00
500 00
400 00
200 00
200 00
3,950 00

300 00
200 00
200 00

200 00
$30,000 00

100

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Cedar Grove— Cedar Grove State Bank.
J. B. HUENINK, President.
JOHN VAN DE W ALL, Vice President.

WM. HUENINK, Cashier.
IR A LUBBERS, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
J. B. Huenink.
John Van De W all,
H.
Ruslink,
Thos. Bichler,

G. Lammers,
D. Smies,
A. Stokdyk, Sr.

Statement. November 10. 1910.
L iab ilities.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts......... $150,092 72 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Overdrafts .............
724 03 Surplus fund ......................
Banking house ....................
3 ,5 0 0 00 Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
2 ,5 0 0 00
paid ....................................
Due from approved reserve
Individual
deposits, sub­
70,345 73
banks .................................
ject to ch eck....................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
1,7 3 4 55 Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Gold coin .............................
1 ,3 3 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
407 00 Savings deposits ................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
U. S. and national cur­
ing ......................................
rency .................................
5 ,9 85 00
Nickels and ce n ts................
153 16

$2 5,00 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,2 6 2 54
96 ,7 8 5 45
74 ,169 99
17 ,4 3 8 75
14 ,115 42

_________ L_

Total

......................... $236,772 19

Total

......................... $236,772 19

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
J.

B.
Huenink,
Cedar
Grove ...............................
John Van De Wall, Cedar
Grove ..................................
G. Lammers, Cedar Grove
C. J. Huenink, Cedar Grove
A.
Stokdyk,
Sr., Cedar
Grove ..................................
D. Smies, Cedar G r o v e .. . .
Wm.
Huenink,
Cedar
Grove .................................
G'.Grotenhuis,
Cedar
Grove .................................
II.
J.
Huenink,
Cedar
Grove .................................
C. Voskuil, Sheboygan.........
D. W. Huenink, Sr., Cedar
Grove ...............................
Mrs. G. J. Huenink, Cedar
Grove ..................................
John
Jungers,
Cedar
Grove ..................................
H. Ruslink, Cedar G r o v e ..
E. J. Hyink, Cedar Grove
W. A.
DeSmidt, Cedar
Grove .................................
D. W. Huenink, Jr., She­
boygan
Lydia K olste Cedar Grove
Hanna
W alvoord, Cedar
Grove .................................
W alter C. Brill, Oostburg
Thos. Bichler, Random Lake
Henry
Koeppe,
Cedar
Grove ..................................


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$1 ,600 00
2,000 00
2,000 00
2,000 00
1,900 00
3,000 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
700 00
300 00
300 00
100 00
700 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
100 00

Ira Lubbers, Cedar G rove.
John Smies. Cedar Grove.
Peter Sm es, Cedar Grove
Cedar
H.
A.
Vreman,
Grove ......................
Cedar
J.
D.
Vreman,
Grove ....................
Cedar
Wm.
Neerhof,
Grove ....................
Cedar
G.
W.
Meinen,
Grove ....................
Cedar
Gus
Zimmerman.
Grove ....................
E. E'. Pantzer, Sheboygan
M. DeMaster, Cedar Grove
Cedar
Henry
W alvoord,
Grove ....................
Cedar
G. J.
W alvoord,
Grove ....................
B. Veidhorst, Cedar Grove
G'. Lohuis, Oostburg
Theo. W eiler, Cedar Grove
Cedar
W.
Grotenhuis,
Grove ....................
Cedar
A.
Lubbers,
Sr.,
Grove ....................
G. H. Te. Stroote, Cedar
Grove ....................
.1 B. & II. J. Huenink,
Cedar Grove . . . .
Cedar
P.
J.
Stokdyk,
Grove ....................
Total

100 00

...........

600 00
300 00
200 00
100 00
300 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
500 00
500
500
500
300

00
00
00
00

500 00
700 00
100 00
100 00
1,200 00
$25,900 00

Reports of State Banks.

101

Centuria— State Bank of Centuria.

GEO. W. W ILD, President.
L.
B. DRESSER, Vice President.

A. L. PETERSON, .Cashier.
K. B. W ILD, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
I.
D.

Seeny,
B. Dresser,

A. L. Peterson,
Geo. W. Wild.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discou nts......... $137,645 81
382 51
( »verdrafts ...........................
4,5 0 0 00
Banking house ..................
2,1 4 0 00
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
23 ,540 43
banks .................................
( rolil coin ...........................
1,0 40 On
Silver coin ...........................
1,631 45
U. S. and national currency .................................
4,0 7 6 00
61 31
Nickels and cents ...........
'Total

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, subject to ch eck ....................
Demand certificates of deposit .................................
Time certificates of deposit
Certified checks ................

......................... $175,017 51

T otal

$25,000 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
t>, 975 85
73,120 34
165 00
65 ,753
3 00

......................... $175,017 51

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Geo. W. Wild, C en tu ria..
I. Seery, St. Croix F alls. .
A. L. Peterson, C enturia. .
C. F. Peterson, Clarion, la.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$8,200
8,1 00
5 ,0 0 0
3,2 00

00
00
00
00

L.

B. Dresser, St. Croix
F a l l s ....................................
Total

500 00
$2 5,00 0 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

102

Chetek— Farmers and Merchants Bank.

K.
ROSHOLT, 'President.
GUSTA ROSHOLT, Vice President.

A. T. GALBY, Cashier.
I. R. GAVIN, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
K.
Rosholt,
Gusta Rosholt,

A. T. G'alby.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts......... $114,891 98
Overdrafts ...........................
372 54
Furniture and f ix t u r e s ....
2 ,7 6 8 08
Other real estate owned. .
800 00
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
18 ,4 3 3 83
Due from other b a n k s ... .
1 ,6 09 31
Cnecks on other banks and
cash items ......................
44 78
Gold coin . ...........................
1 ,0 5 0 00
Silver coin ........................
706 10
U. S. and national cur­
3 ,0 6 5 00
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
104 02
Total

......................... $143,845 64

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
...................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to ch eck....................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
Notes and
bills
re-dis­
counted .............................
Total

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

$1 0,000 00
675 00
248 83
42 ,893 69
78 ,317 27
6 ,7 1 0 85
5 ,0 0 0 00
$143,845 64

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
K.
Rosholt, Eau C la ir e ...
Gusta Rosholt, Eau Claire
I.
It. Gavin, Chetek........


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$7 ,0 0 0 00 i A. T. Galby, Chetek............
300 00
2,5 00 00
---------------------200 00 >
Total ........................
$10,000 00

103

Reports of State Banks.

Chilton— State Bank of Chilton.

T.
E. CONNELL, President.
M ARTHA J. CONNELL, Vice President.

T. E. CONNELL, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
T.
E. Connell,
Martha J. Connell,

L. A. Kingston.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discounts......... $330,842 28
Overdrafts ...........................
756 00
Banking house ....................
150 00
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
200 00
Due from approveu reserve
banks .................................
22 ,206 00
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
6 ,4 33 94
1,7 85 00
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
476 70
TJ. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
7,9 45 00
Nickels and cents ..............
38 2u
Total

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

Capital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses •and taxes
paid ...................................
Due to banks— D eposits. .
Individual deposits, subject to check ..................
Time certificates of dep o s i t ....................................
Savings deposits ................

$370,833 21

Total

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

$25,000 00
3 ,5 00 00
784 67
771 02
34,772 93
277,142 07
28,862 52

$370,833 21

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
T. E. Connell, C h ilt o n ...
Martha J. Connell, South
Germantown ....................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$12,700 Ou L.

6,100 00

A. Kingston, Muskego
Lake .................................
Total

6,200 00
$25,000 00

104

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking.

Chippewa Falls— Northwestern State Bank.
S. C. F. COBBAN, President.
THOMAS KE LLY, V ice President.

S. C. F. Cobban,
Frank Joas,
Andrew Hanson,
Thos. Kelly,
M. A. Poznanski,
Goo. F. Plehn,

P. T. FAVE LL, Cashier.
GEO. T. PLE'HN, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
H.
P.
.T.
W.
D.

B. Coleman,
T. Favell,
H. McG'raw,
B. Bartlett,
G. Coleman.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discou nts_____ $327,804 36
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,8 6 6 75
U. S., state, municipal and
other b o n d s ......................
9 ,9 0 0 00
Banking house ..................
1 6 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
1 ,2 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
65 ,755 95
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
25 00
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
3 ,9 65 57
Gold coin .............................
18 ,5 9 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,8 4 1 00
U. S. and national cur­
rency ...............................
5 ,6 0 3 00
Nickels and cen ts. ...........
129 59
Total

......................... $452,681 22

N AM ES OF
O. A. Abrahamson, B loom er.
$500
L. Amdurski, Chippewa Falls 1,000
W. II. Bailey, Chippewa Falls
500
W. B. Bartlett, Eagle P t . . .
1,000
H. V. Bartlett, Eagle P t. . .
1 ,0 00
A. A. Bish, Chippewa F alls.
500
F. T. Brown estate, Chip­
pewa Falls ...........................
200
II. A. Buell, Chippewa F alls 3 ,0 0 0
C. J. Caesar, Chippewa Falls 1,0 00
H. G. Chichester, Chip. Falls 2,0 00
S. C. F. Cobban, Chip. Falls 5 ,0 0 0
II. B. Coleman, Chip. F alls.
2,5 00
I). G. Coleman, Chip. F alls.
3 ,0 0 0
F. II. C u ttn g , B l o o m e r ....
1,000
Ida E. Dickinson, Chip. Falls 2,0 00
J. II. Dor ¡and, Chip. F alls.
1 ,0 0 0
G. W. Dorland estate, Chip. ■
500
Falls ......................................
E. P. Ellenson, Chip. F a lls ..
1,000
Arnt Erickson, New Auburn.
1,0 00
P. T. Favell, Chippewa Falls 2,0 0 0
August Flug, Chippewa Falls
500
W ilfred Grandmaitre, Chip­
pewa Falls ...........................
500
John C. Hansen, Chip. Falls
500
Andrew Hanson, Chip. Falls 2,5 00
Geo. T. Hebert, Chip. F alls.
1 ,0 0 0
Ernest J. Hebert. Chip. Falls 1,0 00
F. W. Jenkins, Chip. Falls
2 ,0 0 0
Frank Joas, Chip. F a l l s . . . .
1,0 00
Joseph Joas. Chip. F a l l s . . . .
1,000
Conrad Joas, Chippewa Falls 1 ,0 00
Mrs. W. R. Brooks, C o lfa x ..
1 ,0 0 0


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid . ..................................
Due to banks— D ep osits..
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ................
Time certificates o f de­
posit ..................................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

Total

$80,000 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,7 1 6 8 i
11 ,134 55
6 00
11 3,228 68
23 7,97 9 18
1 ,6 1 6 00

......................... $452,681 22

STO C K H O L D E R S.
00 Isaac Lund, B loom er.........
1,000
00 Andrew Larson, Chip. F alls.
1,000
00 A. C. Lindley, Chip. F a lls ..
1 .5 0 0
00 Wm. Lister, Chippewa Falls
500
00 Thomas Kelly, Chip. F alls. . 2.5 00
00 Margaret C. Mead. Chippewa
Falls
1.500
00 J. S. Meiviile’, ’ Chip.’ F alls' ’
1,000
00 Newton Mills, Chippewa Falls 1,000
00 E’rick Myrman, Chip. F alls. . 1,000
00 J. H. McGraw, Chip. F alls.
2 ,00 0
00 Wm. M cKinnon. lone, W ash. . 2 ,0 0 0
00 Geo. T. I lehn, Chip. F alls.
1 ,1 0 0
00 M. A. Foznanski, Chip.
6 .5 0 0
00
Falls .................................
00 L. J. Rusk, Chippewa Falls.
5 .0 00
00 Ändrew Sands, Chip. F a l's .
1.000
L. P. Smith, Chippewa Falls 1.000
00 A. P. Solberg, Chip. F a lls ..
500
00 Demerise
Theriault,
Chip­
00
500
pewa Falls ..................
00 H. M. Trankle, B loom er.........
2,000
00 Toni Weinberger. Chip. Falls
500
Alex.
Wiley,
Sr., Chip.
300
09
Falls .................................
200
00 A. W. W im arth , Chip. Falls
1,000
00 N. W. W ilson, Chip. F alls. .
00 John Zecherle, Chip. F alls. . . 2,000
1,0 00
00 Mary A. Zesiger. Chip. F alls.
500
00 Nina B. Mills, Chip. F a l l s ...
00 Alex. W iley, Jr., Chip.
200
Falls ..................................
00
00
$8
0,00
0
Total
00

00

00

00
00
00

00
00
00
00
00
00

00
00
00
OO
00
00
00

00

00

00
00
00
00
00
00

00
00

105

Reports of State Banks.

Clayton— Citizens State Bank.

FRED MALCHOW, President.
.T. S. MALCHOW, Vice President.

C. II. JOHNSON, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.

Fred Malchow,
Theo. Erickson,
J. S. Malchow,

Ferdinand F. Rathke,
C. H. Johnson.

Statement, November 10, 1010.

Resources.

Loans and discounts.........
' iverdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
I >uo from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other h a n k s ....
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Expense .................................
Total ........................

L iab ilitie s.

$43,321
906
1 ,1 6 3
1,8 65

99
27
64
07

2 ,4 5 1 08
468 67
230 50
1 ,3 98 Oo
37 91
759 97
$52,603 10

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ....................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand cer.~mates o f de­
posit .................................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Cashier’ s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
Notes
and
bills re-dis­
counted .............................
Total ........................

$1 0,00 0 00
500 00
8 ,2 3 6 27
260 00
11 ,556 70
673 84
21 ,3 7 6 29
$52,603 10

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
Fred Malchow, Lakefield,
Minn.................
$ 4 ,000
F. E. Malchow, W ilder,
M inn.................
500
J. C. Malchow, Saugus,
Col.....................
300
F. O. Frederickson, W ilder,
M inn.................
200
J. S. M alchow, C la y to n ..
Theo. Erickson, C layton. .
Chas. J. Anderson, Clay­
ton ........................ ..


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

00
00
00
00
700 00
500 00
300 00

Ferd. F. Rathke, Clayton
Henry Meyer, C la y t o n ....
E. J. Bjurstrom , C layton.
Carl Anderson, C la y ton ..
Hulda Carlson, ^ la y to n ..
Geo. F. Hansche, Clayton
Henry Krueger, C la y ton ..
C. H. Johnson, C la y t o n ...
Total

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

1,000 00
400 00
500 00
200 00
100 00
100 0G
100 00
1 ,1 0 0 00
$1 0,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

106

Clear Lake— Bank of Clear Lake.

F- A. P A U T W W , ITes'dent.
A. C. \ ATES, Vice President.

F.
A. Purtlow,
A. C. A ates,

CARSON JOHNSON. Asst. Cashier.
ELIZA B E TH FITSE R , Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.

B. A. Staggs.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixture's. . . .
Due from approved reserve
hanks ...............................
Due from other b a n k s ... .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................

Total

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

L iab ilities.

$75,218
843
2 ,6 7 6
2,2 1 1

01
75
08
25

1 ,9 9 0 72
217 70
2,3 1 5 84
555 00
580 15
2,7 91 00
28 00

$89,427 50

Capital stock paid in ___
Surplus fund .....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid
.................................
Due to banks— D eposits. .
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .....................
Time
certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ..............
Cashiers checks outstand­
ing ......................................
B ills payable ......................
Total

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

$ 1 5,00 0 00
1 ,0 6 6 74
699 98
580 59
33 ,685 93
639 50
28 ,8 9 6 81
2 ,8 6 6 61
991 34
5 ,0 0 0 00
$89,427 50

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.

F. A. Partlow, Clear Lake
A. C. Yates, Clear L a k e ..


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$1 1,00 0 00 i B. A. Staggs, Frankfort, O.
3,000 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
— ____________
Total ......................
$15,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

107

Olear Lake— The Peoples Bank.

A.
C.

J. M cL e n n a n , President.
W. W ARD, Vice President.

G. R. FRYE, Cashier.
W. F. SALGREN, Asst. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
A. J.
C. W.
G. R.
W. F.

Ld. Southmayd,
Thomas Stout,
F. A. McDougald.

McLennan,
Ward,
Frye,
Nash,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
Nickels and ce n ts................
Dividends declared ...........
Surplus declared ................

$44,895
164
2 ,6 8 0
1,4 81

52
91
02
44

15 ,549 09
292 83
38 60
120 00
44 25
1 ,9 8 5
67
720
150

;12,000 00
276 lU
1 ,0 64 64
12 00
20 ,0 4 2 84
110 00
34 ,6 8 4 03

00
95
00
00

$68,189 61

Total

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Dividends unpaid ..............
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ....................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

Total

$68,189 61

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
F. A. McDougald. Reeve. .
Ld. Southmayd. Clear Lake
Thos. Stout. Clear Lake. .
Gust. Faulson, A m ery. . .
A. D. Ellis, R ic h a r d s o n ...
P. ,T. Palmer, Clear Lake
W. F. Nash, Clear Lake. .
O'. R. Frye, Clear Lake. .
P. K. Anderson, Clear Lake
R. C. Mooney, Richardson


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Percv C. Harmon, Clear
200 00
Lake .................................
C. W. Ward, Clear L a k e ..
2 ,5 0 0 00
100 00
200 00 F. L. Oicott, Cumberland.
J. McLennan. Clear Lake
2 ,5 0 0 00
100 00 A.
1 ,5 0 0 00
100 00 G. W. Booth. Clear Lake.
200 00 lo h n E. Johnson, Clear
100 00
Lake ..................................
1,100 00
100 00
200 00 .T. L. Tasker, T urtle Lake.
100 00
Total ......................... $1 2,00 0 00

$1 ,000 00
1.000 00
1,000 00

108

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Cleveland— Cleveland State Bank.
JOS. D. SCHNEIDER, President.
JOHN LORFELD, Vice President.

Jos. D. Schneider,
Otto Klessig,
John Lorfeld,
Joseph Stein,

FRED A. BANDLOW, Cashier.
WM. F. BRIEM ANN, Asst. Cashier.
DIR E C TO RS.
William F. Briemann,
M.
G. Douma,
C. Lorfeld.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds .....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
„ „ banks .................................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and ce n ts................
Total

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

L iab ilitie s.

$6 4,10 9 76
222 38
49 ,9 0 2 75
2 ,7 3 5 77
1 ,2 1 0 00
14 ,189 72
7 2 5 80
4 ,7 5 5 00
67 12
$137,918 30

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to c h e c k . . . ........... ..
Demand certificates o f de­
posit ...................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Total

$1 5,00 0 00
1 ,4 0 0 00
3 ,0 6 5 73
5 2 ,616 57
655 0o
63 ,616 55
1 ,5 6 4 45

......................... $137,918 30

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Wm. F. Briemann, Theresa
John Lorfeld, C leveland..Wm. Belitz, C le v e la n d ....
Robert Belitz, C leveland ..
Adolph Klessig, Cleveland.
Adolph Stoltenberg, Cleve­
land ....................................
Otto Klessig, Cleveland. . .
Chas. Lorfeld, Cleveland.
Adolph Hingiss, Cleveland
M. G. Douma, Cleveland.
David Lorfeld, Cleveland.
Fred H. Jacobi, Cleveland
Joseph Stein, C leveland ..
Henry Gabsch, C leveland ..
Henry Kammann, Cleve­
land ...................................
Mrs. Emma Belitz, Cleve­
land ..................................
F. A. Kielsm e'er, Cleveland
Robert Lutze, Cleveland. .
Henry Hingiss, Cleveland.
Wm. Kammann, Cleveland
Aug. L. Gosse, H aven. . . .
Rudolph Conrad, H a v e n ..
John Hetzel, C le v e la n d ...
Aug. Strowig, C leveland ..
E. N. Reinert, C leveland ..
A.ug. B. Erdmann, Cleve­
land ....................................
heodore Patitz, Cleveland


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$1,000
1,0 00
1,0 00
500
500

00
00
00
00
00

5 0 0 00

500
800
500
500
500
500
500
400

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

4 0 0 00
400 00

300
300
300
300
300
200
200
200
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

200 00
200 00

Jos. D. bchneider. Cleve­
land ....................................
Dominic Wagner, Cleveland
Mrs. Johnanna Stolzenberg,
Cleveland ........................
Louis Dittmeyer, Cleveland
Fred Bender, Cleveland. . .
Fred Hauenstein, Cleveland
August Lucze, Cleveland. .
Frank Schill, Sr., Cleve­
land ....................................
Albert Lutze, C le v e la n d ...
John Hills, C le v e la n d ....
Fred A. Jacobi, Jr., Cleve­
land ...................... » ...........
Aug. Doersch, Cleveland. .
Aug. G. Sixel, C leveland..
Henry F. Kolb, Cleveland
Gustav Zill, C le v e la n d ....
AYm. R. Toepel, Cleveland
Jos. Schulte, C le v e la n d ...
F. H. Olm, C le v e la n d ....
Thos. G. Morgan, Cleve­
land ..................................
Thos. O’Neil, C le v e la n d ...
Herman A. Wagner, Sheboy­
gan ......................................
Wm. Wagner, H aven.........
Wm. C. Boeger, Haven. . . .
Herman Schmidt, - H aven. .
Total

200 00
300 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100
100
100
100

00
00
00
00

$15,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

109

Clinton— Citizens Bank of Clinton.

C. W. COLLVER, President
IY E R JACOBSON, Vice President.

H. A. MOEHLENPAH, Cashier.
F. W. IIE’RRON, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
O. B. Duxstad,
Byron Snyder,
Solon Cooper,
F. W. Herron,

Iver Jacobson,
H. A. Moehlenpah,
C. W. Collyer.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts......... $306,703 57
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,3 3 9 52
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
1 4 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
Banking house ..................
Other real estate o w n e d ..
250 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
70 ,244 56
Due from other b a n k s ...
680 96
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
3 3 4 25
675 00
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin .........................
1 ,1 0 0 00
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
6 ,6 7 0 00
Nickels and cen ts................
109 67
Total

......................... $407,107 53

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund .........
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Reserved fo r interest and
taxes ...............................
Individual deposits, sup
jec.t to check..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits . . . . . . . .
B ills payable ......................

Total

$2 5,00 0 00
10 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,6 2 0 03
921 29
11 9,62 2 19
2 1 2,73 6 04
2 6 ,2 0 7 98
10,000 00

......................... $407,107 53

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
c . W. Collver, Clinton . .
H. A. Moehlenpah, Clinton
Oscar B. Duxstad, Clinton
F. W. Herron, Clinton . .
W. I. Hartshorn, Clinton
J. F. Kemmerer, C linton.
Iver Jacobson, C lin t o n ...
F. B. Rogers, Clinton. . . .
H. W. Conley, C linton. . . .
A. V. Peters, Clinton . . . .
Geo. Reeder, Clinton, . . . .
F. R. Helmer, Clinton . .
Byron Snyder, Clinton . .


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$5,000
8 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
2 ,5 0 0
1,000
800
500
300
300
100
300
300
300

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

Solon Cooper, Clinton . . .
O. L. W oodward, Clinton.
Mrs.
G.
E.
Gilbertson,
guardian, Clinton .........
O. E. Gilbertson, Clinton.
Christie Tillerson, Clinton.
Clara Helmer, Clinton . .
J. It., Helmer, Clinton . . .
Flora Dickerman, Clinton
K. B. Duxstad estate, Clin­
ton....................
Total

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

400 00
100 00
400 00
300 00
400 00
200 00
100 00
200 00
1,500 00
$25, OOO OO

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

110

Clintonville— Clintonville State Bank.

LEVI C. LARSON, Cashier.
M AX STIEG, Asst. Cashier.

D. J. ROHRER, President.
CHAS. ÏO P F , Vice President.

DIRECTORS.
D.
J. Rohrer,
Levi C. Larson,
Chas. Topp,

W. H. Finney,
H. R. Swanke.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L iab ilitie s.

R esources.

Loans and discounts . . . . $184,647
Overdrafts ............................
839
Banking house ..................
8 ,7 5 0
B'urniture and fixtures. . .
6 ,2 5 0
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
16 ,1 8 8
Due from other b a n k s ....
1 ,0 1 9
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
375
Gold coin .............................
1 ,6 1 0
Silver coin ...........................
1 >639
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
6 ,0 5 0
Nickels and cents .............
383

in ....
11 Capital stock paid
32 Surplus fund ......................
00 Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
00
paid ....................................
42 Due to banks— D e p osits..
deposits, sub­
11 Individual
ject to check ..................
Time
certificates
of de­
37
posit ..................................
00
Savings
deposits
................
20
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
00
88

Total ......................... $227,752 41

$3 5,00 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 Oo
3 ,7 9 9 14
1 ,4 7 2 51
4 7 ,7 8 6 64
8 5 ,6 5 0 27
4 8 ,3 7 6 51
2 ,6 6 7 34

Total ......................... $227,752 41

NAMES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
C.

A.
Spicer,
Cronin,
W ash.....................................
A. J. Copp, Milwaukee . .
Frank B ucholtz, Clinton­
ville ....................................
W. F. Brownell, New Lon­
don ....................................
Wm. Kloeekner, W ittenJoe D. Cotton, Clintonville
James E. Long, Clinton­
ville ....................................
D. J. Rohrer, Clintonville.
Geo. H. Guernsey, R oches­
ter, M inn.....................
Levi C. Larson, Clinton­
ville ....................................
Otto Voelz, Leopolis .........
Max Stieg, C lin to n v ille .. .
W. H. Finney, Clintonville
Wm. Viergutz, Clintonville
John Topp, C lintonville. .
Paulina Lang, Clintonville
Herman Koeller, ClintonAlex. A. Kriewaldt, Clin­
tonville .............................
G. W. Spang, Clintonville


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

W. H. Manley, H ortonville
Rudolph Schmiedeke, Clintonville .............................
Albert Schmiedeke, Clintonville .............................
Ou
Chas. Topp, C lintonville. .
00 II. R. Swanke, Tigerton. .
Alovs
Bastian,
Clinton00
ville ....................................
00 Edgar P. Sawyer, Oshkosh
Chas. Schreiber, Oshkosh.
00 Louis Schreiber, Oshkosh.
00 J. IT. Porter, B erlin ...........
R. H. Hackett, Oshkosh. .
00 W. A. Brandt, Clintonville
Dorothy E. Rohrer, ClinOu
tonville .............................
00 Ruth Rohrer, Clintonville
00 Francis A. Mold'enhauer,
00
Clintonville ....................
00 Otto Buenning,
Clinton00
ville ....................................
00 F. M. Hyde, C lintonville.
Chas.
Topp
&
D.
J.
00
Rohrer, Clintonville . . .

$1 ,400 00
1 ,0 00 00
200
1 ,2 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
500
1 ,0 0 0
7,3 0 0
300
2 ,6 0 0
500
100
2 ,5 0 0
1 ,5 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
400
200

200 00
300 Ou

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

200 00
200 00
200 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
1,0 00 00
1 ,0 0 0
100
100
100
100
100
500

0o
00
00
00
00
00
00

100 00
100 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
100 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
900 Oo
$35,000 00

Ill

Reports of State Banks.

Cobb— Cobb State Bank.

E. F. HEUER, President.
A. E. THOMAS, Vice President.

A. F. KRAM ER, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
A. E. Thomas,
H. V. Bishop,
W. N. Billings,

Geo. Fritsch, Sr.,
E - F - Heuer.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Expense account ..................

$37,415
3 ,3 84
1 ,6 69
1 ,0 10

72
73
45
32

11,970
8 ,5 8 7
810
466

43
77
00
90

nam es

H. J. Voss, C obb................
A. E. Thomas, C obb.........
H. V. Bishop, C obb...........
A. F. Kramer, C obb.........
Geo. Fritsch, Sr., Cobb. . .
E. F. Heuer, C obb........... ..
W. N. Billings, C obb.........
John W. Baker. Cobb. . . .
I Ienry Heuer, C obb...........
L. T. Tucker, C obb.............
Gottlieb Trankle, M ontfort
Henry F. Martens, M ont­
fort ....................................
Aug. C- Ipsen, C o b b ..........
Henry Nagel, Jr., C o b b ..


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$10,000 00
752 21
30 ,947 33
27 ,577 55
807 25

3 ,9 37 00
29 95
802 07
$70,084 34

Total

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................

of

Total

$70,084 34

stockholders.

$300
300
300
2 ,5 0 0
1 ,0 00

00
00
00
00
00

500
100
100
400

00
00
00
00

1,200 00
200 00

200 00

100 0o
100 00

R. C. Heuer, C obb.............
August Fritsch, Cobb. . . .
R. B. Bishop, C obb...........
J. H. Keyes, Chicago, 111.
Chas. P. Keyes, C o b b . ...
E. Scheper, C obb................
E. B. Fox, C obb..................
Philip Baxter, C obb...........
George Lampe, C obb.........
H. J. Eastman, C obb.........
II. H. Morton, C obb...........
Ben Rhinerson, E dm u nd..
Gottlieb Rieche'rt, C o b b ...
Total

200
600
100
200
100
200
200
500
100
100
100
100
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$10,000 00

112

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Cochrane— Farmers and Merchants Bank.

CIIAS. IIUBER, President.
JOHN B. HOFER, Vice President.

A. W. HOFER, Cashier.
JOHN M EILI, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Chas. Huber,
John B. Hofer,
Gottfried Klein,

G. M. Rohrer,
Franz Rohrer.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans anrl discou nts.........
Overdrafts ............................
U. S., state, municipal and
................
other bonds
Banking house
................
Furniture and fixtures . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold c o i n .............................
Silver coin .................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total ........................

L iu b ililic s .
$ 9 9 ,-'ill 2^
240 87
8 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,6 0 0 00
1 ,8 0 0 00
32 ,1 4 6 21
18 05
2 ,3 6 5 On
233 90

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ........
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .’ ...............................
Savings deposits ..............
Cashier’ s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

$1 0,00 0 06
50 0 00
2 ,9 5 6 3o
4 3 ,3 0 0 86
8 7 ,1 0 0 17
4 ,4 0 5 07
614 00

3 ,1 2 9 00
32 17
$148,876 46

Total ......................... $1 48,876 46

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
A. W. Ilofer. Cochrane . .
John B. Hofer, Cochrane.
Chas. Huber, Cochrane . .
IT. O. Stein, Cochrane . .
A. E. Guettinger, Cochrane
Gotf. Klein, C o c h r a n e ....


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$4,000
2,500
2 ,0 0 0
500
400
200

00
00
00
00
00
00

John Meili, Cochrane . .
•T. L. Rohrer, Cochrane .
G. M. Rohrer, Cochrane.
Franz Rohrer, Cochrane.
Total

. .,

100
100
100
100

00
00
00
00

$1 0,00 0 00

Reports of State Banks.

113

Colby— Colby State Bank.

K. ANDREWS, Cashier.
R. G. SALTER, Asst. Cashier.

ERASTUS BOWEN. President.
R. B. SALTER, Vice President.

DIRECTORS.

Erastus Bowen,
Cullen Ayer,
Ed. Kayhart,

R. B. Salter,
K. Andrews.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilities.

Resources.

Loans and discounts......... $131,851 05
Overdrafts ...........................
403 03
Banking house ....................
5 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
2 ,5 0 0 0o
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
98 ,718 13
Gold coin .............................
2 ,5 45 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,5 87 85
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
4 ,6 0 0 00
Nickels and cents ..............
52 96
I l l 00
Other resources ..................
Total ......................... $247,369 02

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................

$2 5,00 0 00
7 ,0 00 00
11,788 54
70 ,197 98
133,382 50

Total ......................... $247,369 02

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.

Erastus Bowen, Greenwood
Wffl. Johnson, Topeka,
K’s
Andrew Emerson estate,
Loyal .................................
Cullen Ayer, U n ity...............


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•Ed. Kayhart, Spencer . . .
1,0 00
K.
Andrews, Colby .........
1,000
G. D. Hosely, N eillsville. .
2 ,5 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0 00 R. B. Salter, Colby ........
4,500 00
Total ......................... $25,000

$6,500 00
6,500 00

00
00
00
00
00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

114

Coleman— Coleman State Bank.

W. B. QUINLAN, President.
ISAAC BRAU LT, Vice President.

E. F. PELKEY, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.

W. B. Quinlan,
Isaac Brault,
Chas. Wunderlich,

L. J. Evans,
E. F. Pelke.v.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discounts . . . .
thanking house and furniture and fixtures .........
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national currency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total

...................... v

$41,787 38
3 94
4 ,9 46 55
6,681 62
29 74
223 20
245 00
393 60

$15,000 00
Capital stock paid i n . . . .
225 00
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
950 55
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub18,792 78
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of d e -,
20 ,706 23
posit .................................

1,344 00
79 53
$55,734 56

Total

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

$55,734 56

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
W. B. Qu'nlan. Marinette
L. J. Evans, M arinette. .
Isaac Brault, Coleman . .
H. Frudstem, M arinette.
J. H. Duquaine, Coleman.
Aug. Beaudry, Colem an.
Felix Rose, Coleman . . .
Jos. Fabry, Coleman . . .
F. X. Hammes, Coleman. .
F. X . Schemm, Coleman.
R. J. Pardee, C olem an..


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 5 ,100
2,000
1,700
1 ,5 0 0

00
00
00
00

100
800
100
1UO
100

00
00
00
00
00

1,000 00
1,000 00

W. R enke, C o le m a n .....
C. A. Wunderlich, Beaver. .
H. G. Laun, W ausaukee. .
Fred Neven, C oFraan.........
Bertha H. Rollins, Chi­
cago, 111...............................
II. King, Colem an................
.7. E. Sager, Colem an.........
E. F. Pelkey, C o le m a n ....
Total

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

100 00
200 00
lOo 00
100 00
500 00
100 00
100 00
30000
$15,000 00

115

Reports of State Ranks.

Colfax— Bank of Colfax.

,T. T. JOYCE, President.
W,M. LISTE R , Vice President.

GEO. T. VORLAND, Cashier.
LULA M. YOKES, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
O. G. Kinney,
Geo. T. Vorland,

E. B. Hill,
J. T. Joyce.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

R esources.

Loans and discounts . . . . $105,013
Overdrafts ............................
833
Banking house ....................
2 ,0 0 0
Furniture and fixtures . .
1 >000
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
19,617
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
882
Gold coin ........
190
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,3 2 4
U. S. and national cur­
rency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8 ,1 35
Nickels and cen ts................
H
Cash short ...............................

80
12
00
00
53
64
00
40
00
£5
54

Total ......................... $139,008 78

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
$1 0,00 0 00
Surplus fund
....................
7 ,5 0 0 00
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
787 88
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
57 ,537 90
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
150 00
Time certificates of de­
53 ,9 4 6 84
posit .................................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
9 ,0 8 6 16
/ Total ..................

$1 39,008 78

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Geo. D. Bartlett. Milwaukee
Geo. T. Vorland, C o lfa x ..
E. B. Hill, C o lfa x ................
L. O. Berg, Colfax .........
O. G. Kinney, C o'fax . . . .
I
A. Larsen. C o lfa x ............
W. C. F litcraft, Stanford,
M ont......................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$500
5 ,2 0 0
400
300
300
300

00
00
00
00
00
00

100 00

Wm. Lister, Chippewa Falls
J. D. Burns, Colfax . . . .
.T. M. Bartlett, Minneapo ’ is. M inn...........................
J. T. Joyce, Eau Claire. . . .
Total

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

500 00
300 00
500 00
1 ,6 0 0 00
$10,000 00

116

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking.

Colonia— The Peoples Bank.

VILAS FOLLETT, President.

DARW IN

DIRECTORS.

Vilas Follett.
S. C. Runnels,

FOLLETT,

Cashier.

Darwin Foiiett.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Ilesonrces.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discou nts......... $100,154 71
U. S., state, municipal and
1 1 ,000 00
other bonds ....................
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
30 ,111 51
Check on other banks and
cash items ......................
-9 72-8 5
Gold coin .............................
145 00
Silver coin ...........................
157 05
U. S. and national cur­
2 ,0 4 0 00
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............
37 89
Total ........................

$144,619 01

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
..................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit ...................................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................

$1 0,00 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,2 1 4 64
24 ,941 99
645 30
10 5,31 7 08

T otal ......................... $144,619 01

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.

Vilas Follett, C o l o m a ....
S'. C. Runnels, C o l o m a ....
Julius Lau, C olom a...........
Darwin Follett, C o lo m a ..


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$9,500
100
100
100

00 E. Hicks, C olom a..................
00 W. F. Gray, C olom a.........
00
00
Total .........................

100 00
100 00
$10,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

117

Columbus— Farmers & Merchants, Union Bank.

.T. E. W H EELER, President.
G.
W. SHEPARD, Vice President.

J.

R.

W HEELER,

Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS,
,T. E. Wheeler,
J. R. Wheeler,

G. W. Shepard,
A. K. Wheeler.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discounts . .. . .
Overdrafts ..........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house .....................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
TJ. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

L iab ilitie s.

$300,551 50
2 ,4 5 6 88
74 ,055 I f
7 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
99 ,169 39
8 ,1 0 7 21
I l l 36
1 0 ,3 7 0 00
1 ,7 0 4 90

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits . . . . . .
Certified checks ..................

$25,000 00
10 ,0 0 0 00
10 ,3 0 3 47
134,664 48
38 2,60 3 13
14 ,921 39
320 00

11 ,224 00
162 13

Total ......................... $577,812 47

Total ......................... $577,812 47

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
.1. E. Wheeler, La Crosse.
$11,500 00 I A. K. Wheeler, Columbus.
1,000 00
•T. R. Wheeler Columbus.
11,500 00
—.---------------- -—
G.
W. Shepard, Columbus.
1,000 00 I
Total .........................
$25,000 00


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Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

118

Coon Valley— The Coon Valley State Bank.

II. C. H.TERLEID, President.
LEW IS 0 . BRYE, Vice President.

E. B. KNUDTSON, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Simon P. Lier
Wenzel Korn,
K. C. Storlie.

H. C. Hjerleid,
Lewis O. Brye,
I rank Schaper,
E. B. Knudtson,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S'., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and f ix t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total

$131.010 2'> Capital stock paid i n . . . .
234 90 Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
8 ,0 0 0 00
paid ....................................
2 ,5 0 0 00
Individual
deposits, sub­
2 ,5 0 0 0o
ject to check ................
17,701 90 Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
2 ,3 2 8 74
015 00 Savings deposits ................
578 60

$1 0,00 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,4 1 8 64
22 ,2 2 7 68
124,741 51
12 ,919 53

6 ,3 5 4 00
77 93
Total ......................... $172,807 36

......................... $172,807 36

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
E. B. Knudtson, Coon V al­
ley ......................................
H. C. Ilierleid, Decorah,
Iowa ....................................
A. C. Baker, Decorah, Iowa
Mabel
Auchm oody,
De­
corah. Iow a ....................
K. C. Storlie, Coon V al­
ley ......................................
Lewis O. Brye, Coon V al­
ley ......................................
Ole O. Slette. C ashton. . . .
Moilien & Halmrast, Coon
Valley ...............................


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D.
$4,000 00
3,5 00 00
1,0 00 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
100 00

O. Stevlingson, Coon
Valley ...............................
Edward Olson, Coon V al­
ley ......... ................. .. . . .
Simon P. Lier, Coon V al­
ley ......................................
Frank Schaper, Coon V al­
ley ......................................
Wenzel Korn, Rockland ..
.T. W. Burton. Chicago. 111.
It. B. H oyt, Chaseburg. ..
Total

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

100 00
100 00
100 00
100
100
300
100

00
00
00
00

$10,000 00

119

Reports of State Banks.

Cross Plains— State Bank of Cross Plains.

HENRY M. ZANDER, President.
H. C. R IPP, Vice President.

JAM ES G. B A ILE Y , Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Otto Kerl,
.T. G. Bailey,
John Schwab,
John C. Kading.

H. M. Zander,
H. C. Ripp,
Frank J. Saeman,
Adolph Birrenkott,
W. E. L. Froggatt,

¡statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ............................
U. S'., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Stocks and other securi­
ty's .....................................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
Du° from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Total ........................

.$92,467 0*
604 36
40 ,035 00
2 ,4 12 63
1 ,7 1 9 89
1,441 68
19 387 0-1

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit . . .............................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$15,000 00
1 ,3 0 0 00
1 ,8 4 3 66
33 ,978 46
3 6 ,6 3 0 82
70,921 84

239 25
140 00
173 80
1 ,0 15 00
39 09
$159,674 78

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

$159,674 78

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
Henry M. Zander, cross
Plains ...............................
H. C. Ripp,M adison............
Frank J. Saeman, Cross
Plains ...............................
James G. Bailey,
Cross
Plains ................................
John C. Kading,
Cross
Plains ...............................
W. E. L. F rogga.-, Cross
Plains ...............................
Adolph Birrenkott, Cross
Plains ...............................
Otto Kerl, Cross P la in s ...


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1,000 00
1,0 00 00
500 00
2,0 00 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
500 00

Mary Rodenschmit, Cross
Plains ...............................
John Braun,
Cross Plains
John
Pertzborn,
Cross
P la :ns ...............................
Joseph Meier, Cross Plains
Math. Rauls,Cross Plains.
Henry Wille, Cross Plains
Richard
Wille,
Cross
Plains ...............................
John
Boehnen,
Cross
Plains ...............................
Joseph
Kessenich,
Cross
Plains ...............................

300 00
500 00
200
100
100
500

00
00
00
00

200 00
200 00
100 00

120

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

N AM E OF S T O C K H O LD E R S—C ontinued.
John Schwab, Cross Plains
Chas.
Gallagher,
Cross
Plains ...............................
Albin
Petersilie,
Cross
Plains ...............................
Lorenz Kalscheur, Cross
100
P l a i n s ................
Herman Kalscheur, Cross
Plains ...............................
Christ
Schmitz,
Cross
Plains ...............................
Alvis Haaek, Cross
Plains
Robert Voss, Cross
Plains
Joseph Statz, Cross
Plains
John
J.
Keleny, Cross
Plains ................................
Peter Maier, Cross
Plains
M.
Laufenberg,
Cross
Plains ...............................
B. Bollig, Cross Plains. . .
William
Endres, Cross
Plains ...............................
Mich. Endres, Cross Plains
F. A. Bollig, Cross
Plains
Mel.
H.
Esser, Cross
ria in s ...............................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

200 00
200 00
100 00
00
100 00
100
200
100
300

00
00
00
00

500 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
100 00

Ferd. Schulenburg, Cross
Plains ...............................
Gustav Haack, A t la n t a ...
Edward H. Coyle,
v^ross
Plains ...............................
Jacob H. Ripp, Waunakee.
George H. Esser, Janesville
Sever T. Lee, Cross Plains
John Schoepp, Cross Plains
Charles
Zander,
Cross
Plains ...............................
Peter Zander, Cross Plains
John Wagner, Cross Plains
Charles W. Saeman, Cross
Plains .............................
Wm. II. Saeman, Cross
Plains .............................
E.
D.
Hering,
Cross
Plains ...............................
Chas. Meyer, Cross Plains
Adam Oberembt, M adison.
Henry Koch, Cross Plains
Total

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

100 00
200 00
100
200
300
200
100

00
00
00
00
00

200 00
200 00
200 00
500 00
500 00
200
100
500
200

00
00
00
00

$15,000 00

Reports of State Ranks.

121

Cuba City— Cuba City State Bank.

JOHN CLEMENS, President.
T. F. SPLIN TER, Vice-President.

II. I). MELO Y, Cashier.
T. F. SPLIN TER, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.

John Clemens,
T.
F. Splinter,
Wm. Thomas,

G. A. Huntington,
James Calvert.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L

L iab ilities.

R e s o li r c o s .

Loans and discounts . . . .
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fixtures . . .
Other real estate owned. .
D u3 from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
ren cy .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total

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

$01,835
5 ,0 0 0
1 ,4 0 0
8 ,0 0 0
35 ,534
3 ,0 7 0
950
18 ,305
54

88 Capital stock paid in .........
Oo Surplus fund ......................
00 Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
00
paid ....................................
deposits, sub­
07 Individual
oo
ject to check ..................
35 Time certificates of de­
posit ..................................
00 Outstanding drafts ...........
13

$134,449 43

'Total

.$2 0 , 0 0 0 00
100 00
2 ,0 0 5 54
27 ,369 02
81 ,843 20
3,131 67

.. $134,449 43

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.

John Clemens, Cuba City.
T. F. Splinter, Cuba City
G. A. Huntington, Cuba
City ....................................
Wm. Thomas, Hazel Green
•Tames Calvert, B e n t o n ...
John Schneider, Cuba City
Michael Conlon, Cuba City
M. Maring, Cuba C i t y . . . .
John Stephens, Cuba City
R.
A. Wiison, P latteville. .
.las. Pinch, Cuba C i t y . . . .
John Jeffrey, B en ton .........
Geo.
W iederhold,
Cuba
City
...............................
If. D.‘ Meloy. Cuba Citv. . .
B. A. McGaughey, Cuba
City ....................................
W.
J.
Thomas,
Hazel
Green .................................
C. IT. Bartlett, Cuba City


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$2 ,000 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
1 ,0 00 00
1 ,0 00 00
500 00
300 00
500 00
500 Oo
400 00
100 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
100 00
200 00
500 00
100 00

Wm. Marshall, Cuba City.
Mrs. M argaret Dali, Cuba
City ...................................
Wm. Calvert, Benton . . . .
W. J. Lindsay, Cuba City.
Ben Lebben, Hazel Green
L.
W. Porter, Cuba Citv. .
S. W. Stephens, Cuba City
Fred Maring, Cuba C ity ..
Russell Varker, Cuba City
Geo. F. Ileil, Cuba C ity ..
Geo. Booth, Cuba C ity. . .
Thomas Scott, Hazel Green
Carl
Hindermann,
Cuba
City ...................................
T. IT. Kivlahan, Cuba City
Geo. Gill, Cuba C ity .........
li. L. McNett, Cuba City.
Total ........................

100 00
200
1 ,0 0 0
700
1 ,5 0 0
300
200
100
400
300
500
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

1 ,5 0 0
200
500
100

00
00
00
00

$20,000 00

122

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Cudahy— Cudahy State Bank.
CHAS. A. NICOLAUS, Cashier.

M. F. CUDAHY. President.
A. L. W IR TH , V ice President.

DIRECTORS.
A. L. W irth,
Chas. A Nicolaus,
L. F. Snyder,

M. F. Cudahy,
Jacob J. Martin.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S'., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Cold coin .................... ..
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total ........................

$85,144 89
11 77
6 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,9 8 5 95
2 ,3 2 3 05
19 ,489 7b
1 ,0 8 7 75
650 00
591 45

Capital stock paid in .........
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................... ............
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ...............
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ................................. .. .

$25,000 00

2 ,0 5 6 76
51 ,8 0 5 60
10 ,298 28
3 3 ,746 24
15 20

3 ,5 6 6 00
71 46
$122,922 08

Total

$122,922 OS

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Chas. A. Nicolaus, Cudahy
AC'i'Dh L. Wirth, Milw-” •
kee ......................................
D. M. Rosenheimer, Cedarburg ...................................
M. F. Cudahy, Milwaukee
Patrick Cudahy. Milwaukee
Thomas .T. Kelly, Milwaukee
Jos. I-Iaumschild, Cudahy. .
Mrs. M yrtle M. Nicolaus,
Cudahy .............................
•T. H. Wittenberg, Cedarburg ....................................
Hugh Henry, Cudahy.........
Henry Vogl, C udahy...........
Fred Simon, Cudahy...........
Edw. F. Lawler, Cudahy. . .
Emil Kohlhardt, C u d ah y..
C. F. Becker, C udahy.........
Jos. Korntheuer, Cudahy.
Chas. Schendal, Cudahy. . .
Wm. A. Schendal, Cudahy.
Herman Eusslin, C u d ah y..
Mrs. Kathe Eusslin, Cudahy
O. Frank, C udahy..................
F. C. Behlendorf, Cudahy. .
L. P. Rosenheimer, Kewaskum ....................................
Mrs. L. P. Rosenheimer, Kewaskum .............................
Frank Dretzke, Cudahy. . .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

500 00

Bernard Krueger, Cudahy. .
John Slamka, C udahy.........
Jos. If. Melotik, C u d a h y . . .
John Bzdusek, Cudahy . . .
Ralph Elmergreen, M ilwau­
kee ........................................
R. A. Eaton, C udahy.........
M. R. Libo, C udahy.............
Anna R. IJbo, Cudahy.........
John R. Libo, Cudahy.........
Paul Mlodzik, C udahy.........
Christ Woehsner, Cudahy. .
John M. Ivulpa, Cudahy. . .
John Kiphutt, C u d a h y . . . .
Mrs. Anna Bzdusek, Cudahy
John P. Herbst, Cudahy. . .
Fred. W. Peterson, M ilwau­
kee ......................................
H. T. Attermeier, C’udahy
Jacob J. Martin, Cudahy. ,
F. J. Martin, Shawano. . .
Harry L. Eisen. Milwaukee
Frank C. Schade, Cudahy.
Jerome Dretzke, Cudahy. .
John D. Bird, Milwaukee.
LI F. Snyder, Milwaukee.
Charles H. W irth, Cedarburg ...................................

1.0 00 00

T o t a l ...........................

$3 ,100 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,8 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
500 00
300 00
200 00
100 00
500 00
400 00
400 00
500 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
400 Ox.
500 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
100 00

200 00

100 00
1 0 0 00
0 0 0 OO

100 0b
1,000 00

200 00
100 00
100 00

100 00
300 00

00
200 00
100

100 00
100

or

100 00

ino on
oo
or.
500 00
200 no

100
1 ,0 0 0

300 00
300 00
1,800 00

1,200 00
500 00

$25,000 00

123

Reports of State Banks.

Cumberland— Island City State Bank.

TOM O. MASON. President.
LEW IS LARSON, Vice President.

LEW IS LARSON, Casliier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Lewis Larson,
Tom
Mason,
A.
L. Morken,

John D. Olson,
K. E. Thompson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.
Loans and discounts ......... $121,104 48
5,241 01
Overdrafts ............................
6 ,2 96 51
Banking house ....................
2,591 50
Furniture and fixtures.. . .
Due from approved reserve
24,912 89
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
221 50
cash items ..................
990 00
Cold coin .............................
517 00
Silver coin ...........................
E. S. and national cur1,0 95 00
rency .................................
26 68
Nickels and cents .............
19 10
Cash short ...........................
Total

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

$162,415 67

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub.iect to check ..................
Time certificates of deposit .................................
Savings deposits ...............
Cashier’s checks outstanding ......................................

$25,000 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,2 80 7*
62,136 57
63,244 10
5 ,3 69 13
2,385 13

Total ......................... $162,415 67

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Lewis Larson, Cumberland
.1ohn D. Olson, Cumberland
K. E. Thompson, Cumber­
land ....................................
Tom O. Mason, Cumber­
land ....................................
A. L. Morken, Cumberland


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$9,500 00
1,500 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,5 00 00
500 00

Albert Johnson, Cumber­
land ...................................
P. D. Jacobson. Cumberland
O. A. Ecklie, Cumberland.
Total

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

500 00
l . o o o oo
500 00
$25,000 00

124

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

f

Cumberland— State Bank of Cumberland.

F.
w. M ILLER, President.
C’. F. KA LK, Vice President.

A. H. M ILLER, Cashier.
E. M. M ILLER, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
F.
C.

W. Miller,
F. Kalk,

A. H. Miller.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esoti fees.

L i a b i l i f ie s .

Loans and discounts
. . . . $230,833 83
Overdrafts ...........................
5 ,0 4 7 92
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
500 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
43 ,355 19
Gold coin .............................
1,5 6 5 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,3 41 35
U. S. and national cur­
4 ,4 4 2 00
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
105 32
Total ........................

$287,190 61

Capital stock paid in ...........
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
je ct to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$1 0,00 0 0o
15 ,000 00
5 ,0 4 7 80
78,091 66
179,051 15

Total ......................... $287,190 61

N AM ES O F STO C K H O L D E R S.
F. W. M iller Cumberland
M. D. Kalk, Cumberland. .
A. IT. Miller, Cumberland


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$5,900 00 I C. F. Kalk, Cumberland
2 ,5 00
00
1,000
00 1
Total ..................,

600 00
$ 10,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

125

Dallas— Bank of Dallas.

A. L. PONGRATZ, President.
D.
A. RUSSELL, Vice President.

ERLAND ENGH, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
D.
A. Russell,
Erland Engh,
A. L. Pongratz,

M. L. Randall,
G. D. B artlett.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Ite so u rces.

Loans and d iscou nts.........
Overdrafts ............................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures
..
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total .........................

L iab ilities.

$6S,009
1
1 ,0 00
1 ,0 00

55
93
0o
00

15 ,4 5 2 93
931 51
60 00
798 00

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ...............

$10,000 00
1 ,1 0 0 00

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

$9 1,39 4 13

1 ,0 8 3 18
35 ,350 02
37,801 25
0 ,0 59 68

4 ,0 8 8 00
52 21
$91,394 l o

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
D. A. Russell, D alla s.........
Harry Halvorson, Dallas.
Erland Engh, D alla s. . . .
A. L. l ongratz, Ridgeland


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$4,600
800
300
2,000

00
00
00
00

G. D. Bartlett, Milwaukee.
M. L. Randall, Ridgeland.
Total

3 0 0 00

2 ,0 0 0 00

$10,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

126

Darien— The Farmers State Bank of Darien.

It. S. YOUNG, President.

J. R. EAGAN, Cashier.
M ARY A. EAGAN, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
R. S. Young,
John Piper,

H- Frank,
J- R- Eagan.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilities.

R esources.

Loans and discounts . . . . $136,244 43
Overdrafts ............................
18 63
IT. S., state, municipal and
15 ,000 00
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
1 ,5 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
14 ,523 7*
Gold coin .............................
560 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,1 9 6 00
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
2 ,4 8 4 01»
Nickels and cents .............
101 06

Capital stock paid in ...........
Surplus fund
.....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Total

Total ......................... $171,627 86

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

$1 5,000 00
15 ,000 00
5 .2 7 6 91
70 ,650 90
1 ,6 8 6 75
64 ,013 30
$171,627 86

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
John Piper, D arien...........
B. .T. Blakely, D a r i e n ....
Edward Tilden, Chicago,
HI...........................................
Wm. Blakely, Sr., Darien
IT. Frank D arien................
II. .1. Ileyer, D arien...........


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$300 00
300 00
2,4 00
1,500
300
300

00
00
00
00

Wm.
R. S.
J, R.
Peter
R. L.

Blakely, Jr., Darien
Young, D arien.........
Eagan, D arien.........
T. Long, D arien. . . .
Robinson, D arien. . . .
T otal

600 00
1„500 00
7 ,2 0 0 00
300 00
300 00

......................... $15,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

127

Deerfield— Bank of Deerfield.

II. B. FARGO. Cashier.
E. J. HELM ICKS, Asst. Cashier.

K. II. TEISBERG, President.
N. L. RESLAND, Vice President.

DIRECTORS.
K.
N.
H.

H. Teisberg,
L. Resland,
B. Fargo,

N. J. Berge,
Frank Draeger.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Leans and d i s c o u n t s ..,..
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds
................
Banking house
................
Furniture and fixtures . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency ............. ...................
Nickels and cen ts................

L iab ilitie s.

$71,028 2i
108 36
1 ,0 5 0 00
2 .5 0 0 00
1 ,4 3 0 00
22 ,894 44
1 ,7 55 00
713 15

Capital stock paid i n .........
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
P a i d ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Other liabilities ..................

$1 0,00 0 00
990 63
33 ,213 26
63 ,316 48
18 00

6 ,0 2 7 00
32 21

Total ......................... $107,538 37

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

$107,538 37

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
H. B. Fargo, D e e rfie ld ...
T. O. B rictson, Deerfield. .
N. L. Resland, Deerfield. .
K. IT. Tiesberg, D eerfield..
Frank Draeger, M arshall.
Wm. Ilolzliuter, M arshall.
C. Ilolzhuter, D eerfield. . .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$5 ,000
2 ,0 0 0
500
200
300
300
300

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

E. .T. Helmicks, Deerfield.
R. Sager estate, Deerfield.
N. .T. Berge, Deerfield. . . .
Jens Ilenium, Deerfield. .
.T. S. Robinson, Fox Lake.
Total .........................

400
300
200
200
300

00
00
00
00
00

$10,000 00

128

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Deer Park— State Bank of Deer Park.

W. E. W EBSTER, President.
G. A. FOIJKS, Vice President.

-TNO. SAKR1SON, Cashier.
ED. SAKRISON, Asst, cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
W. E. Webster,
Geo. A. Fouks

.Tno. Sakrison,
Ed. Sakrison.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

I l e s o u ro e s .

Loans and discou nts.........
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures . .
Due from approved reserve
banks ............................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total ........................

L iab ilities.

$56,211 74
2 ,6 0 0 00
1 ,7 5 0 00
12 ,929 59
32 50
810 00
351 55

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fun,d ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid .............
In' ividual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$1 0,00 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
650 22
22 ,572 12
38 ,956 96

2,4 71 00
22 92
$7 7,179 30

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

$77,179 30

NAM ES OP STO C K H O L D E R S.
W. E. Webster. H u d son ..
G. A. Fouks, C.vlon...........
John Sakrison, Deer Park


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$3,500 00 I Ed. Sakrison, Superior. . . .
500 00
4,0 00 00 I
Total
.....................

2,0 00 00
$-10,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

129

DeForest— The DeForest State Bank.

THOMAS FARNESS, President.
J. H. BERTRAN D, Vice President.

.T. H.
II. P.
A. J.
Thos.

Bertrand,
Jamieson.
Jamieson,
Farness,

A. A. LINDE, Cashier.
C. A. LiNDE, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
W. R. Chipman,
A. A. Linde.
E. C. Meland.

Statement November 10, 1910.
R e so u i'ces.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discou nts......... $104,317 8 i
Overdrafts ............................
2 ,0 2 2 57
Banking house ..................
2,7 45 66
' ’ urniture and fi x t u r e s ....
1 ,2 0 7 26
Due from approved reserve
hanks ................................
12,153 46
Du« from other b a n k s . . . .
800 00
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
65 00
485 00
Hold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
3 1 3 65
TJ. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
1 ,5 62 00
84 38
Nickels and cents .............
Total ......................... $125,756 79

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
....................
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
...............................
T P a id
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .....................

$15,000 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
362 92
2 2 ,177 97
84 ,715 90

Total ......................... $125,756 79

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
A. A. Linde, De F o re s t..
\V. R. Chipman, Morrison ville .................................
Wm. Beattie. A rlin g to n ..
E. E. ITinkson. Povnette.
Sever Opliaug. W ’ndsor. . .
II. D. Blanchar W indsor.
Erick Esse, De F orest. . . .
M. Thorsness estate, De
Forest . .............................
Andrew Eggum. De Forest
Anna T. Johnson. Chicago,
111.........................................
.T. C. Jamieson, Poynette
A. .T. Jamieson, Poynette
IT. P. Jamieson. Poynette
E.
Mnlanri. De Forest
B ritha Eggum,
Chicago.
IU..........................................
N. H. Brue, De F o r e s t ...
J. PI. Bertrand, De Forest

9— B.

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$1 ,860 00

C. .T. Donovan, W in d s o r ...
1 2 0 OO
800 00
Ida Dahl, De F orest.........
Ole H. Farness De Forest
300 00
v A. Teniurn De Forest.
300 00
Ed. Knudtsen, Lemmow,
, s - Dak..........
60
00
Martin
E. Monson, De
Forest ...............................
120 00
K.
O. Starks estate. Morri300 00
sonville .............................
60 00
260 00 C. A. Linde, De
F orest. .
300 OO
Lewis Dahl, De
F orest. .
60 00
600 00 'Vhos. Fa mess. De F orest.
60 00
1,2 00 00 A. P. Linde. De F o re s t..
1.200 00
1,2 00 00 Ole L. Eggum, De Forest
500 00
1.2 00 00 Bertha Thorsness. Chicago.
360 00
I ll.......................
100
00
Betsy
Swalem. Waunakee
100 00
180 00
60 OO
Total .................. ..
$15,000 00
1 ,9 6 0 00
300
300
180
300
600
60

00
00
00
OO
00
00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

130

Delà van— Bank of E. Latimer & Co.

C. II. SIIULZ, Cashier.
Iv. L. HOLLISTER, Asst. Cashier.

A. IT. KENDRICK, President.
G. E. B A RKER, Vice President.

D IR E C TO R S.
E. W. Walker,
<J. H. Barker,
G. E. Barker,

C’. II. Shulz,
F. G. Tanck,
A. IT. Kendrick.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

R esou rces.

T.oans and discounts . . . . $303,569
Overdrafts ...........................
1 >393
TJ. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
6 ,9 60
Ranking house ....................
k
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
5 ,7 74
Due from approved reserve
63,745
banks .................................
1,855
Due from other banks . . .
Checks on other banks and
1 ,3 30
cash items ................
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
1,841
house .................................
8,9 9 5
Gold coin .............................
3,2 43
Silver coin ...........................
TJ. S. and national cur­
13,955
rency .................................
351
Nickels and cents .............

47
81
00
00
08
57

49

Capital stock paid i n .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$30,000 00
15 ,000 00
8 ,6 69 33
135,717 64
136,991 44
97 ,637 11

30
89
00
60
00
33

Total ......... ............... $424,015 52

$424,015 52

Total

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Mary L. Lat'm er, Delavan
A. II. Kendrick, Delavan.
C. II. Shulz, Delavan . . .
G. E. Barker D e la v a n ...
C. H. Barker, D e la v a n ...
F. G. Tanck. D e la v a n ....
}<;' w . Walker, D elavan. . .


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$7 ,400
6 ,4 0 0
5 .0 0 0
5.000
2 ,8 00
500
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

M ary L. Goodrich, Chi­
cago, 111.............................
Fred E. Latimer, Chicago,
111...........................
Total

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

1,200 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
$30,000 Q0

Reports of State Banks.

131

Delavan— Citizens Bank of Delavan.

li. P. W ILLIA M S, President.
It. H. JAMES, Vice President.

.

A. S. PARISH , Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
R.
E.
J.
D.
II.

H. James,
F. Williams,
H. Goodrich,
E. LaBar,
A. Briggs,

S. L. Jackson,
Howard Williams,
A. S. Parish,
W. F. Fernholz.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

T. oans and discounts . . . . $526,075 80
Overdrafts ............................
1 ,7 2 9 33
IJ. S.. state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
87 ,0 3 0 22
Banking house ....................
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
fu rn itu re and fixtures. . ..
4 ,0 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................. 109,201 62
Due from other banks . . .
401 68
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
3 ,9 6 8 63
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
1 ,1 58 21
Gold coin .............................
5 ,3 2 5 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,4 61 00
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
9 ,6 5 9 00
Nickels and cents .............
160 12
Total ......................... $760,170 61

Capifal stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and tax««
paid ...................................
Due to banks— Deposits. .
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ..........................
Savings deposits ................

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

$5 0.00 0 00
15 ,0 0 0 00
14,094 43
714 33
237,938 86
28 3,09 2 2 7
15 9,33 0 72

$760,170 61

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
R. H. .Tames, D e l a v a n ....
E. F. W illiams, D e la v a n ..
J. II. Goodrich, Delavan
Mrs.
Lena
S.
Spooner,
Delavan ............................
Mrs. Etta I). Isham, M il­
waukee .............................
D. E. La Bar, D e la v a n ...
Mrs.
Susan
.T. Barker.
Delavan ...........................
Eliza S. James, D elav an ..
Mrs
Dorcas P.
Hobbs,
Michigan City. Tnd. . . .
IT. A. Briggs, D e la v a n ...
W. F. Fernholz. Delavan.
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$4 ,000 00
10 ,6 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00

Mrs. TTarr'et La Bar, Del­
avan .................................
Mrs. Em'l.v Teenle. Darien
De1ava n Dewolf, Newark,
400 00
N. J ......................................
' . S. Parish. D e l a v a n ....
1 ,2 0 0 00 Howard W illiams, Delavan
2 ,4 0 0 00 S. L. Jackson, D e la v a n ...
P. R. Jackson, Clovis, Cal.
1 ,0 0 0 00 Mrs. Finnette Parish, Del­
400 00
avan .................................
J. J. Phoenix. D e la v a n ...
400 00 W. H. Tyrrell, D ela v a n ..
2 ,0 0 0 00 Chas. S. Teeple, D a rie n ..
3 ,2 0 0 On
1 ,3 0 0 0Q
Total .........................

1 ,5 0 0 00
300 00
600
3 , ano
2 .0 0 0
200
400

00
no
00
00
00

7 ,5 0 0
500
500
300

00
00
00
00

$50,000 00

132

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Denmark— Denmark State Bank.
M ITCH ELL JOANNES, President.
H. F. BUCKMANN, Vice President.

GEO. G. DE BItOUX, Cashier

DIRECTORS.
M itchell Joannes,
H. F. Buckmann,
H. A. Dumdey,
F. W. Ivriwanek,

Jno. Bartelme,
.Ino. F. Enz,
John J. Jorgensen,
Henry W ittig.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L iab ilitie s.

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ............................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s . . . .
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
IT. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

$98,079
288
4 ,5 8 8
2 ,0 4 5

59
24
51
83

19,621
1,671
145
1 .0 79

71
2^
00
00

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$25,000 00
1 ,0 9 9 70
55 ,4 5 6 94
4 1 ,426 86
10 ,469 69

5 ,8 7 2 00
62 09

Total ......................... $133,453 19

Total

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

$133.453 19

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Mitchell Joannes, Green Bay
C. N. Arveson, Denmark. . .
H. P. Andersen, Denmark
Herman Arndt, Denmark.
Albert Arndt, Denmark. .
John N. Arve’son, Denmark
II. D. Buckmann. Denmark
Fred N. Buckman, Den­
mark ..................................
John
Bartelme, Coopers-

tnwti ..................................

Ahrend .T. Buckmann, Den­
mark .................................
II. F. Buckmann. Denmark
H. A. Dumdey. Denmark. .
N. A. F ’ ammang, Denmark.
Peter F'ammang. Denmark
Sam Finnel. D e n m a r k . . . .
!o s . W. Forst, D e n m a rk ...
David Finnej. Stangleville.
Lawrence ITendicksen, Den­
mark ....................................
John G. Hansen. Denmark.
Samuel Hall, Sr.. M anito­
woc ......................................
Anton Jorgensen. Denmark
John .T. Jorgenson, Denmark
F. W. Ivriwanek, Denmark


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$5,000
100
200
200
100
100
100

00
00
0o
00
00
00
00

200 00

100 00
200
1,000
500
100
100
100
100
100

00
00
00

oo

00
0O
00
00

100 00
200 00
800 00
200
800 00
1,000 00

•Tos. F. Ivonop, Stangleville
I ouis Leiterman, Denmark.
Henry M. Larsen, Denmark
John Slatky, D e n m a r k ....
Vit. Suster, D enm ark.........
Chas. Schaetz, D enm ark..
John Sievert, Z a n d e rs .. . .
•Tos. Treml, D enm ark.........
D. .T. W ittig. Green B a v . . .
Henrv W ittig. Denmark. . .
Ferdinand W ittig estate,
Denmark ...........................
IT. I). Van Seggern, Denro a r k ....................................
O. W. Brightman, Wausauk e e .......................................
ChrisUnn
Johnson.
Denmark : .................................
Prank Siudzinski. Denmark
TI. A. Lange, D e n m a rk ...
W. P. Wagner. Green B av.
Lucia S. Suffiel, Green Bav
John F. Enz. Denmark. . . .
T T. Mm-am yiePerp...........
Geo. G. DeBroux, Denmark
Total ..........................

300
100
100
100
100
200
100
100
1 .000
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

500 00
200 00
1.000 00
100
500
100
2.5O0
2,500
1.200
400
2 ,5 0 0

00
00
00
00
00
00
oo
Oo

$25.000 00

Reports of State Banks.

133

De Pere— State Bank.

J. S. GITTIN S, President.
R. J. McGEEHAN, V ice President.

CARL G. SCOTT, Cashier.
MARK P. LEE, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.

Peter Ruel,
Jacob Faick,
John A. Kuypers,
Robert Crabb.

John S. Gittins,
R. J. McGeehan,
John Hockers,
J. P. Dousman,
D. H. Gregory,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and d iscou nts......... $296,740 05
1 ,2 9 6 10
Overdrafts ............................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
50 ,766 25
Premium on bon ds.............
835 00
12 ,500 00
Banking house ...................
4,6 81 58
Furniture and fixtures . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
64 ,886 20
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
5 ,3 2 7 69
Gold coin .............................
6,6 85 00
Silver coin ...........................
1,5 94 43
U. S'. and national currency .................................
15 ,268 00
200 18
Nickels and cents ..............
T otal ......................... $460,780 48

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual
deposits, subject to check . . . . . . . .
Time certificates of deposit ...................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’s checks outstanding .....................................

$50,000 0O
10,000 00
9,4 6 3 27
39 00
111,552 97
201,877 28
75,741 10
2 ,1 06 86

Total ......................... $460,780 48

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
A . G. Wells, De P e re ...........
E. N. Léonard, De P ere. .
J. P. Lenfesty, De P e r e ..
A. C. M ailer estate, De
Fere ...................................
Jacob Faick, De P e r e . . . .
Wm. Gow estate. De Pere
Ida Wiese, De P e re ...........
Frank Crabb, De P e re . . .
Peter Ruei, De Per*1.........
Denis Calnan, De P e r e . . .
Addie B. Wells, De P ere.
H. .T. Smith, De P e r e . . . .
C. G. Scott, De P ere.........


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$3,500 00 George Adams, W est De
Pere ....................................
100 00
500 00 Leonard Verbeyen, W est
De P e re ...............................
500 00 W. Tvlipst'ne, W est De Pere
1 ,0 0 0 00 A. D. Smitz, W est De Pere
1 ,0 0 0 00 J. P. Dousman, De Pere. .
400 Ou R. J. McGeehan, De Lere.
1 ,0 0 0 00 F. J. Neubauer estate, De
Pere ...................................
1 ,5 0 0 00
200 00 J. S. Dousman, De P e r e ..
1,500 00 Robert Crabb, De Pere. . .
1 .0 0 0 00 D. H. Gregory, W est De
Pere .................... ...............
400 00

100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
0 ,2 00 00
6 ,4 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
800 00
2 ,0 0 0 00

Î34

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

N AM ES OE S T O C K H O L D E R S -C on tin u ed.
John Hockers,
De Pere. .
J. A. Ivuypers, De P e re . .
D. P. Hurd, Chicago, 111.
J. S. Gittins, De Pere . . .
R. R. Risdon, W est De
Pere ..................................
George Crabb, De P e re __
W. M. Workman, W est De
Pere ....................................
Thos. Turriff, W est De
Pere ....................................
Margaret
McManus,
De
Pere ....................................
C. Yan Dycke, W est De
Pere ....................................
M. J. Maes, West De Pere
Henry Baeten, W est De
Pere ....................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

700
1 ,3 0 0
1 ,5 0 0
6 ,1 0 0

00
00
00
00

John Roffers, W est De Pere
John Hermes, Green B ay.
Bridget E. McGeehan, De
Pere ...................................
Robert Jackson estate, De
200 00
Pere ....................................
200 00 L. Minich, Colorado Springs,
C olo........................................
200 00 M artha Saul, De Pere. . . .
Jos. Martin, Green B ay. . .
100 00 Esther Caiman, Green Bay
L. L. Tessier, De P e r e . . .
1,000 00 H. A. Baldwin, A n t ig o ...
J. H. Scott, De P ere .........
100 00 Ida Wiese, guardian, De
100 00
Pere ...................................
100 00

Total

100 00
100 00
500 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 00 00
300 Oo
300 00
500 00
500 00
600 00
200 00
1 ,9 0 0 00
$50,000 00

135

Reports of State Banks.

De Soto— De Soto State Bank.

A. .T. BROADHEAD, President.
O. G. LEW IS, Cashier.
CHAS. II. H ASKELL, Vice President. M. D. COLLNER, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
C. H. Haskell,
A. J. Broadhead.

E. von Gundlach,
C. H. Upham,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts.........
$77,357 92
Overdrafts ...........................
976 12
Banking house
................
1 ,4 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,2 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
36 ,964 95
Checks on other banks and
cash items ........................
40 37
Gold coin .............................
1 ,4 2 0 Ou
Silver coin ...........................
470 90
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
72 00
Nickels and cents ..................
57 65
$119,959 91

Total

$10,000 00
1 ,5 0 0 00

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................

598 50
2 4 ,173 46
63 ,788 41
19 ,899 54

$119,959 91

Total

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
N. E. French, De S o to . . .
C. TL Haskell. De Soto. .
.T. F. Hannafin, New A l­
bin, l a .................................
r h . TJpham. De Soto. . .
E.
von
Gundlach,
La
Crosse ...............................
A. .T. Broadhead, De Soto.
Edwin Broadhead, De Soto
<!enr<?e
Broadhead,
De
Soto ...................................
Mrs 1. F. Hannafin, New
Albin. Ia.............................
.T. W. Morelli, De S oto. . .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$100 00
1,000 00
200 00
500 00

2,200 00
1 ,4 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
100 00
200 00

Mrs. A. A. James, Ferryv lie ...................................
G. A. Kaeppler, La Crosse.
A. Tulloch. V icto ry ...........
Lillian Gable, New Aibin,
In
...................................
O. G. Lewis. De S o t o . . . .
Mrs. Stella Hannafin, New
Albin. Ia.............................
F. F. Hannafin, New A l­
bin, Ta.................................
T. F. Hannafin, New A l­
bin, l a .................................
Total

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

600 00
600 00
600 00
m o on
1 ,0 0 0 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
$10,000 00

136

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Dodgeville— City Bank of Dodgeville.

D. H. W ILLIAM S,

President.

D. H. Williams,
Jane Williams,

V. T. W ILLIA M S, Casliier.
E. J. W ILLIAMS', Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
E. J. W illiams.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discounts
....
Overdrafts ...............
U. S.. state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Other real estate o w n e d ..
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
IT. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total

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

L iab ilities.

$4 9,186 63
1 ,2 8 8 68
1 ,2 0 0
9 ,0 0 0
1 ,3 0 0
1 ,6 0 0

00
00
00
00

12 ,511 80

Capital stock paid in ...........
Surplus fund .....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit ...................................

$10,000 00
2 ,0 0 0 00

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

$85,047 60

127 30
4 0 ,8 5 8 21
32 ,062 09

3 ,2 4 4 68
2 ,3 4 0 00
809 00
2 ,5 3 5 00
31 81
$8 5,047 60

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
D.
H. Williams, Dodgeville
Jane W illiams, Dodgeville


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$9,800 00 1 Joyce W illiams, Dodgeville
100 00
100 00
_____________ _
'
Total .........................
$1 0,00 0 00

Reports of State Ba?iks.

137

Dodgeville— Strong’s Bank.

ORVILLE STRONG, President.

T. M. STRONG, Cashier.
W. F. CARTER, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Orville Strong,
T. M. Strong,

Minnie Strong.

Statement, November 10, 1010.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $298,346 54
( >verdrafts ............................
5 ,0 5 6 62
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
27 ,155 00
Banking house ....................
10.000 00
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
1 ,1 00 Oo
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
79,688 73
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
2 ,3 9 7 10
Gold coin .............................
0 ,2 20 00
Silver coin ..........................
1 ,3 4 2 60
U. S. and national curroncy .................................
7,1 42 00
Nickels and cents .............
92 47
Total ........................

$438,541 06

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, subject to check ..................
Demand certificates of deposit ...................................
Savings deposits ................

Total

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

$5 0,00 0 Oi>
1 0 ,000 00
6,2 4 4 24
108,849 34
228,563 78
34 ,883 70

$438,541 00

NAM ES O F S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Orville Strong, Dodgeville
T. M. Strong, D odgeville.
II. C. Strong, D odgeville.


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$31,900 00 |Minnie Strong, D odgeville.
100 00
j.0,000 OO
---------------------8,000 00 I
Total ......................... $50,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

138

Dorchester— Dorchester State Bank.

C. E. BLODGETT President.
AUG. HOMSTED, Vice President.

ORLANDO

J. KOLL, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
C. E. Blodgett,
G. N. Schultz,
Aug. Ilomsted,
Herrn. Marquardt,
F. M. Chase,

Orlando J. Koll,
F. W. Laabs,
O. A. Peterson,
E. K. Evenson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ............................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ........................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total

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

L ia b ilitie s .

$93,952 2i
512 48
2 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,9 2 6 93
2 ,6 9 6 02
2 ,7 5 2 53
587 53
725 00
674 50

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$20,000 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,0 1 6 25
3 7 ,008 28
45 ,434 94
1,8 6 2 53

1 ,9 2 4 00
70 74
$108,822 00

Total

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

$108,822 00

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
C. E. Blodgett. Marshfield
J. T Blodgett, Minneapolis,
M inn......................................
Aug H^msted. Dorcbester.
G. N. Schultz, Dorchester
Or'ando J. KoU. Dorchester
Herrn. Marquardt, Dorches­
ter ........................................
F. M. Chase. D orchester. . .
Fred Lindner, D orchester. .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$10,300 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1.000 00

1,000 00

800 00
600 00
500 00
500 00

E. K. Evenson, Stetsonville
E. O. Erickson, Stetsonville
O. A. Peterson. Dorchester.
•To^n Hollenbach. Shiocton.
•Tulius Le Claire, Dorchester
Fred. Laaek, Dorchester. . .
Fred W. Laabs, Curtiss.
Total

500 00
500 00
400 00
200 00
200 00

? oo no
800 00

$20.000 00

Reports of State Banks.

139

Dousman— Dousman State Bank.

C. C. OLSON, President.
L. J. BISCI-IEL. Vice President.

OSCAR A. OLSON, Cashier.
J. A. OLSON, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.

G. A. Martin,
Nic Mundsphau,

C. C. Olson.
L. J. Bischel,
Oscar A. Olson,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash* items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

$98,805 18
548 16
8 ,1 1 9 35
2 ,5 0 9 40
2 ,4 7 7 83
20 ,055 77
60 37
325 00
441 00

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................

$ 1 0,00 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1,1 0 0 42
32,625 16
89 ,438 02
2 ,9 0 9 73

3 ,5 7 3 00
158 27
Total ......................... $137,073 33

Total ......................... $137,073 33

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
C. C. Olson Blanchardville
Oscar A. Olson, Dousman.
Leah G. Olson, D ou sm an..
Geo. A. Martin, Dousman. .
J. Bischel, D ou sm an..
Nic. Mundsehau. Dousman
Mary A, Hardeli, Dousman


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$3,600
4 ,2 0 0
500
100
500
100
200

00
00
OO
00
00
00
00

Frank
Henry
W. R.
Annie
Thos.

E. Hill. D ou sm an..
Koehler, Dousman.
Nothbom, Dousman.
E. Hill, Dousm an. . .
E. Jones, Dousman.
Total

......... ..

100 00
100 00
100 00
300 00
200 00
$10,000 00

140

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Downing— Bank of Downing.

M. H. COOLIDGE, President.
D. C. COOLIDGE Vice President.

D. C. COOLIDGE, Cashier.
L. H. ROCKW ELL, Jr., Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO R S.
'

D C Coolidge,

L - H - Rockwell, Jr.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discounts ____
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house and fu rn i­
ture and fixtures .........
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
Due from other banks .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
IT. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total .........................

L iab ilities.

$6 8,57 0 42
496 57
3 ,7 0 5 25
1 1 ,178 46
845 04
4 ,3 9 5 74
1 ,2 8 0 00
876 10
2 ,6 3 4 00
73 73
$94,055 31

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Time certificates o f de­
posit ..............................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ...............
Other liabilities ..................
Total .........................

$1 0,00 0 00
1 .1 0 0 00
1 ,6 4 2 33
25 ,5 2 8 77
1 ,2 0 2 00
18 ,0 2 8 21
32 ,703 68
3 ,8 2 8 17
22 15
$94,055 31

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O L D E R S.
M. II. Coolidge, Minneapol's, Minn...............................
D. C. Coolidge, D owning. . .
Coolidge Company, Downing


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$100 00
100 00
9,7 00 00

L. H. Rockwell, Jr., Down­
ing ...............................
Total

100 00
$10,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

141

Durand— Bank of Durand.

A. J. W ALLACE, President.
GEORGE TARRAN T, Vice President.

FRAN K PIERCE, Cashier.
JOSEPH W EBER, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
A. J. W allace,
Frank Pierce,
Geo. Tarrant,

W. H. Huntington,
H. M. Orlady.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $278,3 40 99
Overdrafts ...........................
4 ,7 3 3 14
Banking house
.................
7,2 4 1 33
Furniture andfix t u r e s ...
1 ,8 5 8
67
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................. 102,555 13
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
2 ,9 6 8 02
7 ,0 95 00
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,9 4 6 50
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
4 ,7 3 0 00
Nickels and cents ..............
306 00
Total ......................... $411,774 78

Capital stock paid in _____
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................

$25,000 00
2 0 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,9 4 6 46
80 ,225 25
28 0,60 3 07

Total ......................... $411,774 78

N AM ES O P STO C K H O L D E R S.
J. E. Wise estate, Durand
W. H. Huntington, Durand
Sarah W allace, D u r a n d ...
May Eldridge, D u r a n d ....
H. M. Orlady, D u r a n d ....
Geo. Tarrant, D urand. . . .
Jos. Weber, D urand...........
W. A. Holbrook, Schofield
Barracks, H on olula.........
Clara L. Tarrant, Durand
W. D. Tarrant, Milwaukee
S. B. Tarrant, D u r a n d ....


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$6,500
1,5 00
700
1,5 00
1,7 00
500
500

00 H. C. Crawford, Coopers00
town, P a.............................
00 Frank Pierce, D u r a n d ....
00 Annabel Orlady, D urand. .
00 Augusta P. Baetke, Boy00
den. I o w a ...........................
00 W. C. Hammond estate,
Durand .............................
500 00 C. K. Averill, Menomonie
600 00 A. J. W allace, D u r a n d . . . .
1,0 00 00
500 00
Total .........................

2,0 00 00
2 ,0 00 00
1,0 00 00
900 00
1,0 00 00
500 00
2 ,1 00 00
$25,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

142

Durand— State Bank of Durand.

JOHN BRUNNER, Jr., President.
K. Iv. BRAIN ARD, Cashier.
E.
OESTERREICHER, Vice President. GEO. L. HOW ARD, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO R S.
Frank Boehm,
Geo. L. Howard,
Thos. J. Pattison,
H. E. Stanton.

E. Oesterreicher,
C. A. Ingram,
H. Goodrich,
M. Hurlburt,
John Brunner, Jr.,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Doans and discou nts......... $1 42,870 8b
1 ,5 0 0 12
Overdrafts ............................
U. S., state, municipal and
2
,8 0 0 00
other bonds ....................
7 ,0 0 0 0b
Banking house ....................
3,4
8 9 38
Furniture and fixture's
6 ,9 5 0 00
Other real estate ow n ed. .
Due from approved reserve
7 ,7 5 4 76
banks .................................
4 ,8 2 9 14
Due from other banks . . .
Checks on other banks and
787 03
cash items
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
145
96
house ..................................
215 00
Gold coin .............................
1
,2
7
9
90
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
12
,492
00
rency .................................
110 02
Nickels and cents ..............
T otal ......................... $1 92,224 JLJL

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................

$25,000 00
3 ,2 5 0 00
723 11
38 ,341 53
124,909 47

Total ......................... $192,224 11

N AM ES OP ST O C K H O L D E R S.
J. E. Britton, Plum C ity ..
John Brunner, Sr„ Durand
Frank Boehm, D u r a n d ...
V. W. Dorwin estate, Dur­
and .....................................
H. L. Fox, Anaheim, C a l. .
Henry Goodrich, D u ra n d ..
Geo. L. Howard. Durand.
M. Hurlburt, D urand. . . .
C. A. Ingram, D u r a n d ....
J. G. Leonard estate, Dur­
and .....................................
Lucy M. Leonard, Durand
E. Oesterreicher, Durand. .
Mary Oesterreicher, Durand
Kate Pattison estate, Dur­
and ......................................


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John Brunner, Jr., Durand
Helen Dorwin, Durand. . . .
John Engeldinger, Durand.
H. E. Stanton, Durand. . . .
300 00 T. J. Pattison, D u r a n d ...
200 00 Godfrey Noever, Louisberg
500 00 Amelia H. Stanton, Durand
1,4 00 00 L. N. Claska, Boise, Idaho
1 ,0 00 00 Chas. H. Smith, D u ra n d ..
1,500 00 A rthur C. Smith, Durand.
N. H. Spooner, D u r a n d ...
4,000 00 Newton Hubbard, Durand. .
700 00 N. J. Dunlap, F ep in ...........
500 00 K. K. Brainard, Durand. .
500 00 Chas. F. Bauer, D urand. .
$300 00
1,000 00
500 00

500 00

Total

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

500
700
500
1,500
500
1 ,0 00
1,500
600
1,800
1,700
500
100
500
500
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
On
00
00
00
00
Oo
00

$25,000 00

143

Reports of State Banks.

Eagle— Bank of Eagle.

FI. M. LOIBL, President.
E. J .'L IN S , Vice President.

LOUT8E IT. LINS. Cashier
ISABEL H. LINS, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
II. M. Lo ibi,
E. .T. Lins.
E. D. Smart,

E- Kloppenburg,
E. B. Abendroth.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

$1 5,00 0
Loans and discounts......... $102,232 91 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
1 ,9 0 0
87 39 Surplus fund ......................
Overdrafts ............................
Undivided
profits,
less
cur­
L. S., state, municipal and
rent expenses and taxes
2 .5 0 0 00
other bonds ....................
paid ........................................
423
2 ,6 5 0 00
Banking house ..................
2 .5 0 0 00 Individual deposits, sub­
Furniture and fixtures . . .
ject
to
check
................
51
,614
Due from approved reserve
32 ,282 25 Time certificates of de­
banks .................................
posit ..................................
6 3 ,6 1 0
Checks on other banks and
7 ,9 97
82 38 Savings deposns ................
cash items ......................
7 ,0 0 0
1 ,5 2 0 00 Bills payable ......................
Cold coin .............................
442 25
Silver coin ..........................
U. S. and national cur­
3 ,1 5 6 00
rency .................................
92 72
Nickels and cents .............
Total ..................••• $147,545 90

Total

00
00
23
64
59
44
00

$147,545 90

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
Frank A. Abendroth estate,
Eagle .................................
Henry M. Loibl, E agle-----Ed. .f. Lins, E agle.............
Frank Kloppenburg, Eagle
F. W. Schwinn, Genesee De­
pot ......................................
Richard .Tones, P a lm y ra ..
Wm. H. Pett. E agle...........
L. T. Bischel, D ousm an. .
D. II. Hooper, Dalesboro,
Canada ...............................
Emma B. Abendroth. Eagle
Louise H. Lins, E agle-----John Steinhoff, E ag le------


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$3,500
3 ,4 00
500
1,100

OO
00
OO
00

400
700
500
700

00
00
00
00

100 00
600 00

Thos. P>. Hurst, Dousman
W. E. Baker. Dousm an. . .
Ed. Lins, Sr., E a g l e . . . .
C. J. Jones, jjou sm a n . . .
John C. Agathen, •E ag le.
Bertha
Rose
Abendroth
Eagle .. ...........................
E. D. Smart, E agle.........
Otto Lewandoski, Eagle.
B. F. Partridge, Eagle. .
J. W. Norton, E ag le.........
Geo. F. W ilton, E agle. . .
W. H. Twohy, Eagle. . .

200 00

500 00

Total

200
200
500
200
100
500
200
200
200
200
200
100

00
00
00
01)
no
O')
00
00
00
00
00
00

$15,000 00

144

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

Eagle River— State Bank of Eagle River.

M ARGARET M cKENZIE, President.
FRED MOREY, Vice President.

A. M eKENZIE

Cashier

D IR E C TO RS.
Margaret McKenzie,
Fred Morey,

A. McKenzie.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ...........
Total

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

L iab ilities.

$47,751
755
1 ,5 0 0
1 ,5 0 0

90
44
00
00

3 1 ,0 5 0 62
680 21
173 50
400 00
700 00

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplu« fund ......................
Undivided profits less, cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ....................
Time certificates o f de­
posit
................................

$6,000 00
1 ,1 2 3 ,0 7
2 ,5 7 8 05
54 ,205 60
2 9 ,229 14

8 ,5 1 8 00
106 16
$93,135 86

Total

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

$93,135 86

N AM ES O F S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Fred Morey. Eagle Ri v e r . .
Margaret McKenzie, Eagle
River ..................................


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$500 00 1A. McKenzie, Eagle River
4 ,0 00 00
— — — — -------Total .........................
$6,000 00

1 ,5 00 00 I

Reports of State Banks.

145

East Troy— State Bank of East Troy.

P.

O. GRISTE, President.

,T. P. CHAPIN, Cashier.
E’DW. B. ROHLEDER, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
P.
O. Griste,
Geo. Meadows,

J. P. Chafin,
Alex Fraser.

Statement, November 10, 1910..

R esources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discou nts......... $308,399 28
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
16 ,960 00
Banking house ..................
3 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
1 ,1 0 0 00
Other real estate ow n ed. .
3 ,3 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
39 ,699 28
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
267 35
Gold coin .............................
4 ,1 1 0 00
1,221 15
Silver coin ...........................
IJ. S. and national currency .................................
6,0 8 5 00
Nickels and cen ts................
140 32
Total

......................... $384,282 38

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub
je'ct to ch eck....................
Time
certificates of deposit .................................

Total

$15,000 00
15 ,000 00
15 ,791 54
8 1 ,497 46
256,993 38

......................... $384,282 38

N AM ES OP S TO C K H O LD E R S.
P. O. Griste, East T r o y ..
J. P. Chafin, East T r o y ..
Alex. Fraser, Honey Creek.
Rebecca S. Fraser, M ilwau­
kee ......................................
A. .T. Bliss estate, East
T r o y ..................
1 ,2 0 0


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$2 ,000 00 George
Meadows,
East
7 ,9 0 0 00
Troy ...................................
300 00 Edw. B. Rohleder, East
T roy .................... .............
300 00
Total
00

1,800 00
1,500 00
$1 5,00 0 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

146

Eau Claire— Eau Claire Savings Bank.
W. K. COFFIN, President.
C. W. LOCKWOOD, V ice President.

C. W. DINGER, Cashier.
JOHN BAUMAN, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
T.
C.
A.
T.

D. S. Clark,
W. K. Coffin,
David Drummond,
D. M. Dulany,
A. J. Keith,

B. Keith,
W. Lockwood,
J. Marsh,
Slagsvol.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Liab ilities.

Resources.

$268,536
632
12 ,500
Banking house ....................
2 ,4 3 6
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
657
Other real estate ow n ed. .
Due from approved, reserve
23,597
Checks on other banks and
1,8 19
cash item s..................; •
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
1,995
275
866
curU. S. and national
3,6 3 9
86
Nickels and c e n t s . . . .
Loans and discounts.

15
03
00
55
00
19

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Due to banks— D eposits. .
Individual
deposits
sub­
ject to cheek....................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
¡Savings deposits ................
Certified chocks ..................
Cashier’ s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

Total

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
C. Luebkeman, Eau Claire.
$300 00 A. J. Marsh, Eau Claire.
C'has.
M cArthur,
Eau
Claire .................................
400 00
Leonard
Seyberth,
Eau
Claire ...............................
2 ,0 0 0 00
T. Slagsvol, Eau Claire. .
1,000 00 M. S'. Stein. Eau C l a r e ..
1 0 ,0 0 0 00 II. M. Stocking, St. Paul,
Minn......................................
7 .0 0 0 00
Henry
Turrish,
Duluth,
M inn.....................................
1 .0 0 0 00
1 , 2 0 0 00 Otto Von Schrader, Eau
300 00
Claire ...............................
500 00 .T. IT. W agoner, Eau Claire
F.
Weyerhaueuser, St. Paul,
700 00
Minn....................................
2 , 000 00
W 'ckham,
Eau
300 00 James
Claire
.................................
00
4,2 00
3 ,8 0 0 00 Jos. B. Weidman, Chip­
pewa Falls ......................
300 00
I.
Griffin,
Eau
2,4 00 00 Emma
Claire ............... .................
200 00
Total .........................

S.
Bouchard,
E'au
Claire ...............................
Louise
Cameron,
Eau
Claire .................................
Wm. Carson, Burlington,
Iowa .................................
C. A. Chamberlain, Eau
Claire .................................
W. K.
Coffin,Eau Claire. .
D. S. Clark, Eau C la ire ..
David
Drummond,
Eau
Claire ...............................
D. M. Dulany, Eau Claire
F. R. Farr, Eau Claire. . .
E. M. Fish, Eau C laire. . .
C. W. Fiske, Eau C laire. .
T illie Harris, Eau Claire.
M. B. Hubbard, Eau Claire
A. J. Keith, Eau C la ire ..
T. B. Keith, Eau Claire. .
E. J. Denmark, Eau Claire
H. L. Levy, Eau Claire. . .
W. K. Coffin, trustee, Eau
Claire .................................
C.
W.
Lockwood,
Eau
Claire ...............................


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66

$317,042 06

Total

F.

93
76
00
50
29

1,000 00

$50,000 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 3 8 57
4 ,9 42 27
99 ,216 6b
87 ,634 87
69 ,018 52
50 00
2,6 41 18

$317,042 06

300 00
1,0 00 00
300 00
700 00
700 00
1,300 00
1,1 00 00
300 00
300 00
301) 00
2,500 00
300 00
300 00
2,000 00
$50,000 00

147

Reports of State Banks.

Eau Claire— Union Savings Bank.

K.
ROSHOLT, President.
A. H. HOLLEN, Vice President.

J. ROSHOLT, Cashier.
J. E. BARRON, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
W.
N.
B.
H.
J.
G.
A.

J. T. Barber,
C. T. Bundy,
S. G. Moon,
W. L. Davis,
K. Rosholt,
E. S. Hayes,
W. J. Starr.

P. Bartlett,
C. Foster,
A. Buffington,
C. Putnam,
T. Joyce,
W. Robertson,
II. Hollen,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts......... $203,835 05 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
767 72 Surplus fu n d ........................
Undivided profits, less curU. S., state, municipal and
4 ,0 00 00
rent expenses and taxes
other bonds ....................
paid ...................................
12,500 00
Banking house ....................
1,2
04
31
Due
to banks— D eposits. .
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Dividends un paid................
Due from approved reserve
84
19,393
Individual deposits, subbanks .................................
iect, to check ................
1 ,0 97 59
Due from other banks. . . .
Time certificates of deChecks on other banks and
posit .................................
87 55
cash item s........................
Savings deposits ................
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
84
535
house .................................
3 ,0 95 00
Gold coin .............................
1 ,6 94 80
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur3 ,8 53 00
rency ............................... ..
95 16
Nickels and cen ts.............
9 ,7 6 3 88
Other resources ................
Total

......................... $261,923 74

Total

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

$50,000 00
2 ,5 00 00
3 ,1 43 3»
6 ,2 04 05
7 01
76 ,474 22
76 ,5 3 0 52
47 ,064 56

$261,923 74

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
W. P. Bartlett, Eau Claire
S. G. Moon, Eau Claire. .
K. Rosholt, Eau C laire. . .
B.
A.
Buffington,
Eau
Claire ...............................
H. C. Putnam, Eau C’ aire
C. T. Bundy, Eau Claire
R oy P. W ilcox, Eau Calire
T. F. Frawley, Eau Claire


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$2 ,0 0 0 00 G. L. Blum, Eau Claire. .
2,000 00 E. M. Fish, Eau Claire-. .
2,200 00 Edna M. Folsom, Boise,
Idaho .................................
2,000 00 E. B. Ingram, Eau Claire.
2 ,0 00 00 Sheridau K. Atkinson, Cen­
terville, Idaho ................
1 ,0 0 0 00
900 00 Clarence Drummond, Eau
800 00
Claire ...............................

600 00
400 00
200 00
600 00
714 00
143 00

148

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking.

NAM ES OE S T O C K H O L D E R S -C on tin u ed.
A.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
400 00
200 00
1 ,5 00
500
200
400

00
00
00
00

1,000 00
800 00
O
o

A. Cutter estate, Eau
Claire .................................
Francis W . W oodward es­
tate, Eau C laire..............
James
T.
Barber,
Eau
Claire ...............................
C. D. Moon, Eau Claire. .
C. A. Chamberlain, Eau
Claire .................... •••••
W. L. Davis, E'au C la ir e ..
E. S. Culver, Eau C la ir e ..
C. M.
Buffington,
Eau
Claire .................................
A. H. Hollen, Eau Claire.
John Horrigan, Eau Claire
P. C. Atkinson, Eau Claire
W illiam
J.
Starr,
Eau
Claire .................................
I. K. Kerr, Eau C la ir e ...
Jos. P. Weidman, Chip­
pewa Falls ....................
R. E. Farkinson,
Eau
Claire .................................
H. F. Schlegelmilch, Eau
Claire .................................
F. McDonough estate, Eau
Claire ...................... * . . .
Mrs. Jane McDonough, Eau
Claire .................................
J. A. Smith, Eau C 'aire. .
E. S'. Hayes, Eau C la ir e ..
O. H. Ingram Co., Eau
Claire .................................

00

100 00
500 00
400 00
400 00
400 00
200 00

Mrs. Julia G. Thompson,
Eau C l a i r e ............. ..
H. T. Lange, Eau C la ir e ..
N. C. Foster, F a ir c h ild ...
D. R. Moon, Eau Claire. .
L. Seyberth, Eau C la ire ..
L. A. Shaw, Eau Claire. .
W. H. Frawley, Eau Claire
Geo. W. Robertson, Eau
Claire .................................
Mrs. Jane Powell estate,
Eau Claire ......................
Marshall
Cousins,
Eau
Claire .............................
J. T. Joyce, Eau C la ir e ..
R. R. Chase, Eau Claire. .
Mrs. Florence Hayden, Eau
Claire . . .............................
Frank H. Bartlett, Drumm o n d ....................................
Chr. M idelfart, Eau Claire
Ole Gelein, Eau C la ir e ...
A. J. Airis, Eau C la ir e ...
Union Mortgage Loan Co.,
Eau Claire ......................
Culver Realty Co., Eau
Claire ...............................
J.
H.
W aggoner,
Eau
Claire .................................
J. B. Fleming, Eau Claire.
Total

2,000 00

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

2 ,0 00
400
1,0 00
400
200
100
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

600 00
400 00
1,900 00
1 ,5 43 00
200 00
1 ,4 0 0 00
200
300
100
200

00
00
00
00

10 ,000 00
600 00
200 00
100 00
$50,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

149

Eden— Eden State Bank.

W IL L IA M NAST, President.
M ARTIN KAEDING, Vice President.

W. J. NAST, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
W illiam Nast,
Martin ICaeding,
G'eorge Flood,

Henry Grahl,
H. A. Kaeding.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

lo a n s and discou nts.........
Due from approved reserve
hanks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Expense account ................
Total

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

L iab ilitie s.

$2,235 24
500 00
1 7 ,2 3 0 87
101 80
9 9 7 00
28 50
115 38

$21,208 79

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to ch eck...............■ ...
Time certificates
of de­
posit
Total

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

$1 5,00 0 00
4 20

4 ,5 6 9 59
1 ,6 3 5 00
$21,208 79

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
W illiam
Nast, Marblehead.
M artin Kaeding, Marble­
head
......................
II. A. Kaeding, Marble­
head
......................
Henry Grahl, E d en ..........


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$ 7 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00i

George Flood, E den...........
George Nast, M arblehead. .
H. A. Nast, M arblehead..
Total

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

1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
$1 5,00 0 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

150

Edgar— The Bank of Edgar.

A.
W. PUCHNER, President.
H. G'. F LIE T H , Vice President.

WM. C. SEIM, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
H. G. Flieth,
A.
W. Puchner,
Thos. Hill,

C. C. De Long,
O. G. Fehlhaher.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

I.oans and discou nts......... $101,842 43
Overdrafts ..........................
120 3a
Banking house and fu r­
niture and f i x t u r e s ....
3 ,2 5 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
22 ,451 15
Checks on other banks and
80 00
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
1 ,0 4 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,1 6 2 40
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
1 ,7 3 8 00
77 56
Nickels and cents ...........
Total

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

$131,761 93

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Due to banks— D ep osits..
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ............. .. .
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Total

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

$15,000 0«»
4 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,0 1 7 15
1 ,5 5 2 15
50 00
41 ,2 1 4 82
64 ,6 6 7 13
2 ,7 6 0 68
$131,761 93

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
A lfred W. Puchner, Edgar
G. W. Dudley, W est Salem
Dan. Weinkauf, E d g a r ...
W C. Lenpia estate, Edgar
Thos Hill, Edgar ...........
S. M. Ouaw, Wausau . . .
A. C. Wagner, E d g a r.........
August Baeseman, E dgar.
Wausau Lbr. Co., Edgar. .
Robert Freeman. H aider. .
D. P. King, E d g a r.............
John Knrtzweil. E d g a r ...
Anton Mehl, W ausau.........
F, J. Tomkiewicz, E dgar.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
200 00
100 OP
500 00
500 00
200 00
200 00
500 00
300 00
199 09
190 00
500 00
100 00

Gustav Herrmann, Edgar.
Otto G. Fehlhaher, W au­
sau .................... .................
H. G. Flieth, W ausau____
C. C. DeLong, E d ga r.........
C. C. Barrett, E d ga r.........
W. I. Dudley, W est Salem
V ictor Dahlke, Edgar . . .
H. E. Smith, W a u s a u ....
E va P. Quaw, W a u s a u ...
Wm. C. Seim, E d g a r .. ..
Total

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

100 00
2 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
500
200
1,0 0 0
100
100
500
200

00
00
OP
00
00
00
00
00
00

$15,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

151

Edgerton— Tobacco Exchange Bank.

ANDREW JE'NSON, President.
W. S. HEDDLES, Vice President.

ANDREW JENSON, Cashier.
WM. BUSSEY, Asst. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
Andrew Jenson,
W. S. Heddies,
W. A. Shelley,
C. G. Biederman,

Alex. White,
Wm Bussey,
D. L. Babcock.

Statement. November 10, 1910.
L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Doans, and d iscounts......... $449,602 45
Overdrafts ..............
6 ,2 0 6 91
Banking- house ....................
20 ,122 60
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
1 ,6 1 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................
83 ,9 8 7 86
Checks on other banks and
cash itmcs ......................
3 ,7 3 6 76
Gold coin ...........................
8 ,6 1 0 00
Silver coin ........................
864 25
F . S. and national cur­
rency .................................
14 ,078 00
509 32
Nickels and cen ts.............
Total

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

$589,328 15

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ........................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ..........................
Savings deposits ................

Total

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

$50,000 00
2 5 ,0 0 0 00
10 ,087 59
206,941 93
150,973 67
146,324 96

$589,328 15

NAM ES OF STO C K H O LD E R S.
Florence Child,
Edgerton.
Andrew Jenson.
Edgerton.
.T. M. Ffixon, La Crosse
T. E. Brittingham, M adi­
son .....................................
W. A. Shelley, E d g e rto n ..
C. F. Mabbett, E dgerton. .
W. S. Meddles,
M ad ison ..
C. E. Sweeney,
Edgerton.
C. G. Biederman. Edgerton
Jacob Bady, Edgerton . . .
Alex. White, E d g e r t o n ....
E. S. Hatch, E d g e r t o n ...
L. .T. Dickinson, Edgerton.
.T. E. Marlin, E d g e r t o n ...
Mary E. Brown, Edgerton
Richard R. Brown, Edger­
ton ...........
George W. Brown, Edger­
ton ......................................
Harold D. Brown, Edgertori ......... , ..........................


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$5,000 00 Dorothy H. Brown, Edger7.000 00
ton ......................................
5 ,0 0 0 00 F. P. M cIntosh, Viroqua.
Henry Ebbott, E d gerton ..
5 ,0 0 0 00 Lars
Ellickson
estate,
4 ,0 00 00
Christiania .................... .
3 ,0 0 0 00 D. L. Babcock, Albion . . .
1 ,0 0 0 00 F. W, Coon, Edgerton . . . .
900 00 J. It. Coon, M ilton ...........
1 ,0 0 0 00 L. TT. Towne, Edgerton. . .
900 00 P. N. Johnson, Stoughton.
900 00 Wm. Bussey, Edgerton. . . .
900 00 W. A. DeLancey, A lbion. .
900 00 Henry Johnson. Edgerton.
1 ,0 0 0 00 L. C. W hiffet, E d g e r t o n ...
400 00 Andrew M cIntosh, Edger­
ton ......................................
400 00 Wm. McIntosh, E dgerton.
400 00
400 00

Total

400 00
500 00
1,0 00 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
1,0 0 0 00
1,000 00
1,0 00 00
500 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
1.000 00
500 00
500 00
$5 0,00 0 OO

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

152

Eland— Eland State Bank.
A. .T. PLOWMAN, President.
TIIOS. J. MAHON, Vice President.

A. J. Plowman,
Adam Rettig,
L. S. .Tacobson,
Gust H. Bartelme,
C. Grabbert,

JNO. H. W ALECH KA Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Aug. Pukall,
.Ino. H. Walechka,
Wm. Leiskau,
Thos. J. Mahon.

Statement, November 10, 1010.
Iiia bililies.

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Ranking house ....................
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
bait^s .................................
Due frotm other b a n k s ...
Checgs on other banks and
cash items ......... .............
Gold coin ...........................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and c e n t s ...............
Total

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

.$44,207
258
4 ,0 5 0
3 ,3 4 9

08
92
00
59

538 66
14 3,69
14 7,00
75 00
596 50

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to c h e c k ....................
Time
certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Notes
and
bills
re-dis­
counted .............................

$ 1 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
752 84
8 ,0 02 01
21 ,505 71
1,9 51 15
6,4 61 54

1 ,3 8 9 00
27 81
$5 4,87 3 25

Total

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

$5 4,87 3 25

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Adam Rettig, E lan d ...........
II. M. Perry, E lan d .............
F ’-ank Zaromski, Ha.tlev..
Peter Ullenbrauck, Eland.
(Oaf Hansen. W ittenberg..
Emil Karschney, E ledron.
A. .T. Plowman, E ld e r o n ...
Wm. Buss. E lan d ..................
Chas. Panko, E lan d .............
Chas. Grabbert, E l a n d ... .
E. F. Grabbert, E lan d .........
I.. S. -Tacobson, E ld e r o n ...
Aug. Lucht, Jr., Sask, Can.
Henry Schwalbach, Eland.
Lydia Stolt. W ittenberg. . .
O'. K. Reed. E lan d .............
Nettie M. Hale, Elderon. . .
Mary A. Thompson, Elderon
Wm. Lioskau, Birnam wood
August Pukall, Shepley. . .
G. Pukall. Shepley.............
•Tames Godfrey. E ld e r o n ...
Frank Gosh, E lderon .........
Julius Henning, W itten­
berg ...........


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$700 00
100 00
100 oo
200 00
100 oo
100100
1,0 00 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
400 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
100 00

Henry Liethen, Norrie. . . .
August Kroll, B ow ler.........
Wm. F. Jahn. B o w ie ".........
Gust. H. Bartelme. Regina
M. F. Coe. Green B a y .........
e . r>. Bar+elme. B ow ler. . .
B. Bell, K aukauna.............
A. J. .Tames, E lan d .............
E. J. Perkins, B ow ler.........
A. F. Jonas. E lan d .............
Frank Meverdin, Eland. . .
A. W. Schmiedeke, Clintonville ....................................
Anna .Tacobson. E ld e r o n ...
Jno. H. Walechka, Eland. .
Anton Linke, R egin a.........
Henry A. Roeske, Crandon
Wm. Strassburg, B ow ler. . .
Thos. J. Mahon. F 'a n d . . . .
Herman Ruder, W ausau. .
Netzel and Vandree, W it­
tenberg .............................
T o t a l ........................ ..

100 00

200 00
100 00
200 00
500 00
200 00
500 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
500 00
100 00
4 ,3 0 0 00
500 00
100 00
500 00
1 00 00
200 00
100 00
$15,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

153

Eleva— Bank of Eleva.

C. P. LARSON, President.
(MIAS. B. M ELBY, Vice President.

0. P. LARSON, Cashier.
OLE VOLD, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
C.
C.

P. Larson,
B. Melby',

Ole Void,
O. P. Larson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Stocks and other securi­
ties........................................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................

Toial

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

L iab ilitie s.

$91,452 36
165 00
50 00
3 ,0 9 0 76
1 ,8 0 8 83
1 9 ,849 16
1 ,4 5 5 00
1 ,1 9 6 41
1 ,4 82 00
138 50

$1 20,688 02

Capital stock paid I n . . . .
Surplus fund ........... ..
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Due to banks— D eposits. .
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits
Certified checks ..................
Cashier's checks outstand­
ing ......................................
Notes and bills
re-dis­
counted .............................
Total

$ 1 0,00 0 GO
3 ,5 0 0 00
299 32
8 ,002 30

23 ,589 89
60 ,222 9o
10,883 45
795 85
1,394 2s
2 ,0 0 0

00

......................... $120,688 02

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
O. P. Larson, W h ite h a ll...
Ole Void, E le v a ...................
Anna Bratliberg, E l e v a ...
C. P. Larson, E lev a ...........
Chas. Ii. Melby, W hitehall


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$6,400
, 500
500
200
2,0 00

00 L. r . Larson, B inford, N.
D a k ......................................
00
00 Geo. Esbenson, M ondovi. .
00
Total . : ....................
00

300 00
100 00
$10,000 00

154

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Elkhart Lake— Bank of Elkhart Lake.
GEO. W. YvuLFF, President.
LOUIS LAUN, Vice President.

It. C. HUGO, Cashier.
HERMAN OSTHOFF, Asst. Cashier.
D IR E C TO RS.

Geo. W. W olff,
Louis Laun,
Robert Ilorneck,
Wm. Graf,

Leo. Dennerlein,
W. N. Knauf,
Herman Osthoff.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ......................
Ranking house' ....................
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks ...........
Due from other b a n k s ... .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

Liab ilities.

$67,895 19
91 7 5
14 ,5 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00

1 3 ,167 84
1 ,4 2 6 39

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, dess cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check....................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................

$2 5,00 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 On
1 ,4 4 2 38
2 6 ,584 95
56 ,2 4 6 82

1 50
9 5 5 00

1 ,3 1 3 25
2 ,7 3 7

00

186 23

......................... $110,274 15

Total

......................... $110,274 15

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Fred. Kazmeier, Elkhart
Fred. W. Itietz, Elkhart
Lake ....................................
$500 00
500 00
Lake ...................................
Martin
Ruckweed,
P ly­
Carrie uoldam m cr, Elkhart
mouth ................. .............
500 00
Lake ...................................
500 00
Wm. Graf, Elkhart Lake.
500 00 Aug, ltiess, Elkhart Lake.
500 00
A. A. Laun, New Holstein
500 00 E. C. Pin gel, Elkhart Lake
500 00
II. C. Dornbush, Elkhart
Robert Ilorneck, Elkhart
Lake ...................................
500 00
Lake ...................................
500 00
Henry Schmahl, Elkhart
Arthur Ilorneck, Elkhart
500 00
Lake ...................................
Lake ...................................
500 00
Leonard Dennerlein, P ly ­
Valentine Mueller. Elkhart
mouth ...............................
500 00
500 00
Lake ...................................
O. N. Frenzcl, Indianapo­
Geo.
Brickbauer,
P ly ­
lis, Ind............
2 ,0 0 0
00
mouth ....................................
500 00
Chas. Froehlich, Glenbem
-T. B. Laun, K ie l..................
1,500 OO
lah ......................................
500 00 Louis Laun, Elkhart Lake
2,0 00 00
Herman Osthoff, Elkhart
Geo. W. Wolff, Elkhart
Lake ...................................
500 00
Lake ...................................
2,5 0 0 oo
A. W. Loos, Elkhart Lake
500 00 Amelia Knauf. Chilton. . . .
600 00
August Schaeferkort, Elk­
Cla^a M. K eller Harvard,
hart L ake......
500
00
111 . ......................................
600 00
P. E. Breckheimer, Elkhart
M. A. Knauf, C h O t o n ....
600 OO
Lake ...................................
500 00 Frank Tesch, C hilton. . . .
1 ,1 0 0 00
Robert C. Hugo, Elkhart
Wm. N. Knauf. C h ilt o n ...
1,1 00 00
Lake ...................................
1,000 00 OHo A. La Budde, Elkhart
Edgar A. Stolper, Plym outh
500 00
Lake ...................................
500 00
Jacob
Reineck,
Elkhart
Lake ...................................
500 00
Total ......................... $25,000 00
Gustie Reimers, Elkhart
Lake ...................................
500 00


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Reports of State Banks.

155

Elkhorn— State Bank of Elkhorn.

K. J. HOOPER, President.
1!. J. LEAN, Vice President.

L. W. SWAN, Cashier.
GEO. II. KENNEY, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
E. J. Hooper,
•lohn Oslock,
L. W. Swan,

R. .T. Lean,
J. J. Slattery.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

lo a n s nnd discounts......... $289,285 18
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,6 31 53
E. S., state, municipal and
other b o n d s ......................
24 ,925 00
Banking house .....................
5 ,7 0 0 00
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
2 ,0 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
30 ,384 65
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
1 ,2 8 6 89
Cold coin .............................
2 ,0 5 5 00
Silver coin ...........................
823 70
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
4 ,3 6 2 00
Nickels and cen ts..............
17 4 4
Total ....................

$362,471 39

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
.................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid in ......................
Due to banks— Deposits. .
Dividends u n p a id ................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to ch eck....................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$25,000 00
2 0 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,7 8 6 31
3 ,2 0 0 00
15 00
123,111 04
14 8,05 0 74
38 ,3 0 8 30

Total ......................... $362,471 39

NAM ES O F S TO C K H O LD E R S.
E. .T. Hooper, E l k h o r n ....
Mrs. Fred Hurdis, Elkhorn
R. J. Lean, E l k h o r n ....
Geo. Hutton, E l k h o r n ....
John Oslock, E lk h o r n ....
John Voss, E l k h o r n ....
O'. B. W illiams, E lk h o rn ..
J. L. Duffin, E lkhorn. . . .
D. J. Williams.E lkhorn. . .
J. W. Page, E lkhorn...........
John Dunphy, E l k h o r n ....
J J. Slattery. E l k h o r n ....
D. W . Stanford, Elkhorn.
Albert A. Schwartz, Troy
Center ...............................
W. V. B. H olloway, Elk­
horn
................................
Arthur Ewing, E lk h o rn ..


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$4 ,800 00 Otto Coman, E lk h o r n ....
500 00 L. W. Swan, E lk h o r n ....
2 ,5 0 0 00 George G. Taylor, White500 00
water ................................
1.000 00 W ill B. Lvon, E lk h orn ..
500 00 George O. Kellogg, Elkhorn
1 ,0 0 0 00 C. F. Graff, E lkhorn___
500 00 Wm. B. Bray. E lk h orn ..
500 00 John F. Voss, E lkhorn. . . .
1,000 00 L.
E. Lauderdale, Elk­
1,0 00 00
horn ....................................
1,0 00 00 Lavinia R. Barnes, Elk­
300 00
horn ....................................
George H. Kenney, Elk­
1 ,000 00
horn ...................................
500 00
500 00

Total

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

500 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
300
500
300
1 ,0 0 0
200
500

06
00
00
00
00

00

20 0 00
20 0 00
20 0 00

$25,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

156

Elk Mound— Bank of Elk Mound.

O. H. INGRAM, President.
HENRY AUSMAN, Vice President.

E. S. GREGERSON, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
O. H. Ingram,
C. A. Chamberlin,
A.
B. Ausman,

Henry Ausman,
E. S. Gregerson.

Statement. November 10, 1910.

L iab ilities.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, m unicipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and ce n ts................
Other resources ..................
Total

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

$58,269 47
41 16
1 ,2 0 0

00

2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,3 9 1 77
3 ,7 7 5 23
464 89
1 ,3 8 7 50
663 60
3 ,7 5 8 00
49 61
328 80
$7 4,830 03

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Dividends unpaid ...........
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to ch eck....................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Savings d e p o s it s '................

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

$1 0,00 0 00
400 00
554 65
30 00
15,231 31
597 80
44 ,651 75
3 ,3 6 4 52

$74,830 03

NAM ES OP ST O C K H O L D E R S.
C.

A. Chamberlin, Eau
Claire ...............................
W. .1. Starr, Eau Claire. .
H. C. Putnam. Eau Claire
O. G. B rice Eau Claire. .
B. A. Ausman, Elk Mound
Henry Ausman, Elk Mound
A. B.
Ausman, Elk Mound
•T. F.
Ausman, Elk Mound
L. .T.
Ausman, Elk Mound
L. L.
Williams, Eau Claire
E. S. Grearerson, Elk Mound
Nels Stalheim, Rice Lake.


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$1,000 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
1,0 00 00
500 00
500 00
1,5 00 0 “
300 00

O. H. Ingram Eau Claire
C. T. Bundy, Eau Claire. .
,R. P. W ilcox, Eau Claire.
Mary
II.
Ingram,
Eau
Claire ...............................
/Cornelia M. Ingram, Eau
Claire ...............................
C. H. Ingram estate, Eau
Claire .................................
M. L. Gregerson. Elk Mound
A. M. Howe, Elk M ound. . .
Total

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

1,0 00 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
300 00
200 00
300 00
$10,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

157

Ellsworth— Bank of Ellsworth.
J. L. MOODY, President.
A. G. FOSS, Vice President.

ORIN LORD. Cashier.
J. G. HAGESTAD, Asst. Cashier.

D IRECTO RS.

J. L. Moody,
A. G. Foss,
Orin Lord,
J. E. Foley,

F. B. White,
R. N. Jenson,
J. T. Beddall.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Loans and d is c o u n t s ....
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Stocks and other securi­
ties ....................................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
o th e r real estate o w n e d ..
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ... .
Checks on other banks and
'■ash items ......................
Gold coin ........................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur'•ency .................................
Nickels and ce n ts................
Total

L iab ilitie s.

$304,233 81
2 ,0 7 0 71
50 ,995 00
136 25
6 ,4 00 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00

39 ,609 82
6,1 81 23
2 ,4 8 9 91
3 ,4 2 0 00
2 ,1 2 2 80

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits," ' "sub­
ject to ch eck....................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ..................................
Time certificates o f de­
posit ..................................
Savings d e p o s i t s ...........
Cashier’ s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

$4 0,00 0 00
1 5 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,5 3 5 38
9 1 ,048 88
3 ,2 0 9 77
23 9,132 13
2 4 ,454 73
11,675 56

8,3 7 9 00
17 92
$433,056 45

Total

$433,056 45

NAM ES OF ST O C K H O L D E R S.
Mary Hancock. Ellsworth
.T. L. Moody, E llsw orth . .
R. N. Jenson. River Falls
A. G. Foss Eau C la ir e ...
Orin Lord, E llsw orth. . . .
A. S. Cairns, E llsw o rth ..
F. B. White, E llsw orth. .
A. L. Strickland, Ellsworth
Julia E. Warner. Ellsworth
.To^pph M. Smith estate,
River Falls ......................
R. U. Cairns, River Falls
Gertrude M. Cairns, E lls­
worth ..................................
John E. Foley. Ellsworth
J. T. Bowers estate. E lls­
worth .................................
Fred D. Lord, E llsw orth ..
Mary Huber, E llsw o rth ..
Belle Spinney, Cando, N.
Dak.......................................
R. N. Clapp. E llsw o rth ..
Minnie Rolson, E llsw orth.


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$ 2,200
4 ,1 0 0
6.500
1,600
8 .5 0 0
500
1,400
1 ,2 0 0

00

00
00

00
00
00

00
00

2,600 00
3.200 00
400 00
1.200 00
100 00
600 00
1 0 0 00
100 00

500 00
100 00
100 00

F. A. Severence, Beldenville ....................................
Chas. W. Morton, Ells­
worth ................................
John T. Beddall. Ellsworth
Henry
R.
Huber,
Ells­
worth ................................
T. -T. McCollow. Ellsworth
F. W. Hines, E llsw orth ..
Hans Marker, E llsw orth ..
O. .T. ITohle E llsw orth ..
Raymond Foss, Eau Claire
P. IT. Tsaacson Ellsworth
Christ .T. Christenson, Ells­
worth .................................
Gratia
Combacker,
E lls­
worth ........... ..................
Marie
Combacker,
E lls­
worth .................................
Carl .T. Johnson, Ellsworth
Geo. Thompson. Ellsworth
Lulu M. Lord, E llsw orth.
Total

300 00
10 0

00

500 00
400 00
500 00
600 00
10 0 00
1 0 0 00

500 00
20 0 00
1 0 0 00
1 0 0 00
1 0 0 on
300 00
non on
500 00

$40,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

158

Ellsworth— Citizens State Bank of Ellsworth.

H ARRY MERRIM AN, President.
T. J. McCOLLOW, Vice President.

CHAS. M. HANSEN, Cashier.
R. P. MUNGER, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
C. J. Christenson,
D. C. Monger,
C'has. M. Hansen.

H arry Merriman,
James J. Lambrecht,
T. J. M cCollow,
P. A. Severance,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L iab ilitie s.

R esou rces.

lo a n s and discou nts.........
$37,707 60
Overdrafts ...............................
1 A,‘
Ranking house .....................
215 82
fu rn itu re and f i x t u r e s ....
2 ,6 2 6 50
Due from approved reserve
2 ,3 2 2 27
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
1 ,2 55 56
Cold coin .............................
850 06
Silver coin ...........................
583 65
U. S. and national cur­
2 ,6 1 3 00
rency ............................. .. *
Nickels and cen ts................
82 21
Expense a ccou n t..................
1,2 81 61
15 32
Other resources ..................
Total

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

$ 4 9,20 0 15

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus f u n d .......................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit ........... <...................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’ s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

Total

........... ’. ..........

$1 0,00 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
20 ,7 4 7 0 i
1,4 1 5 00
10 ,222 35
4 ,3 5 0 6 6
465 0?

$4 9,20 0 15

NAMES' OP STOCKHOLDERS.
Harry Merriman, Minneapolis. M inn......................
•Tames J. Lambrecht, Minneapolis, M inn.................
D. C. M onger E llsw orth . .
Chas. M. Hansen,
Ellsworth ................................
C. J. Christianson. Ellsworth ...............................
O. J. Hohle, E llsw orth. .
Edward Husfloen, Beidenville .............................
O. O. Steen. Beiden v ille. .
T. .T. McCollow. Ellsworth
v . A. Haeslv, E llsw o rth ..
TI L. Rice. Beech. N. Dak.
A . Larson, E llsw orth . . . .
F. A. Severance, Beidenville . ......... ........................


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$3,600 00
1 .0 0 0

00

600 00
600 00
500 00
1 0 0 00
1 0 0 00
1 0 0 00
400 00
200 00
20 0 00
200 00
20 0 00

P. W. Hines, E llsw orth . .
Bernhard
Schmitt,
Ells­
w orth ................................
George
Thompson,
E lls­
worth .................................
Tsaac Larson, E llsw orth.
.T. M. Johnson, E llsw orth.
H a rrv
Rasmuson,
Ells­
worth ...............................
S.
M.
Isaacson,
E lls­
worth .................................
R.
L.
Rasmuson, E lls­
worth ................................
O. P. Olson. Hager C ity.
Frank Hines, E llsw orth ..
Total

200 00
2 0 0 00

500 00
200 00
200 00
10 0

00

20 0 00
10 0

00

400 00
100 00

........................... $1 0,00 0 00

Reports of State Banks.

159

Elmwood— First State Bank.

O. W. G ROOT, President.
HUGH BE LL, Vice President.

F. A. SPRINGER, Cashier.
E. J. McKERNON, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
O. W.
Hugh
J. H.
F. A.

Groot,
Bell,
G'raslie,
Springer,

Wm. McCoy,
C. E. Fox,
D. B. Johns.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

Leans and d iscounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....'
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................
Hue from other b a n k s ....
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

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

L ia b ilitie s .

$7 3,41 0
1 .2 91
1 ,2 5 0
1 ,5 5 7

98
63
00
8b

17 ,4 7 3 11
2 ,4 5 5 36
1 ,0 4 3 61
485 00
632 50

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus f u n d ........................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Time
certificates of de­
posit .................................

$10,000 00
600 00
1 ,0 41 38
34 ,299 82
4 ,6 11 70
55 ,9 4 8 36

6 ,7 4 6 00
155 19
$106,501 26

Total

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

$106,501 26

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
O. W. Groot. E lm w o o d ....
Hugh Bell. E lm w ood...........
Wm. McCoy. Spring Valley
C. E. Fox, E lm w ood...........
Otto Sieborns, Spring Valley
D. B. Johns, Spring Valley
T. M. Casey. Spring Valiev
Andy Johnson, St. Paul,
Mipp.............


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$700
600
1,000
1,300
400
1,000
200

00 J. IT. Graslie, Spring Valley
00 J. C. Tanberg, Eau Claire.
00 F. \. Snr nger, E lm w ood..
00 C. D. Sieberns, Spring Val00
l e y ........................................
00
00
Total

1,000 0Q

1 , 000 00
1 ,0 0 0 On
1 ,2 0 0 00

600 00
$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00

160

Report of the Commissioner of Bunking.

Elroy— State Bank of Elroy.

JOHN E. HART, President.
A. T. GREGORY, Vice President.

GEORGE J. CLARK, Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
A. T. Gregory,
R. M. White,
Chas. Kittleson,
J. T. Dithmar,

John E. Hart,
Geo. J. Clark,
II. J. Vogel.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L i n b i l i i ie s .

R esou rces.

Leans and d iscou nts......... $233,416 72
929 82
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S.. state, municipal and
7 ,3 00 00
other bonds ....................
Stocks and other securi1 , 0 0 0 00
ties .....................................
7,5 0 0 00
Banking house ....................
2
,1 4 8 00
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
71 ,517 46
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
37 15
cash items ......................
3 ,9 55 00
Gold coin .............................
615 70
Silver coin ...........................
TJ S. and national cur7,9 51 00
rency ..................................
2 2 91
Nickels and cents . .
Total

......................... $336,393 76

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Unoivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
D m o e n o s unpaid .............
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificate^; of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$2 5,00 0 00
0 ,5 0 0 00
684 27
25 00
4 3 ,354 54
4 ,7 4 3 39
245,997 38
10 ,089 18

T otal ......................... $336,393 76

N AM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S,
Chas. Kittleson, E lroy. . . .
H. N. Killson, B e lo it.........
J. T. Dithmar, E l r o y . . . .
A. T. Gregory. E lroy. . . .
Edwin N. Loveland, W hite
Bluffs, W ash.....................
R. M. White, Minneapolis,
M inn......................................
W. A. Smith, E lr o y ...........
Henry J. Vogel. E l r o y ...
Geo. .T. Clark, E lr o y .........
John E. Hart. E lr o y .........
Edmund H art estate, E l­
roy
...........


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500
1 ,5 0 0
1 ,0 0 9
1,500

Wm. G. Phoenix, Redmond,
200
Ore........................................
500
■Tas. R. Lvon, Glendale. . . .
1 . 2(111
Jas. I , Hecox, E lroy .........
1 .0 0 0
A. L. Moe. E 'r o v ..................
500
1 , 000 00 Wm. Bone's. E lr o y ...............
500
Fannie M. Hart. E lr o y ., . .
J '-1 cobson, Min1 ,0 0 0 00 Jessie I ,
neeoolis. Minn ................
500
1 , 0 0 0 Ot)
1 .0 0 0
. 900 00 Dix Brothers. E lroy ...........
-------- - _ .
400 00
$25,000
Total .........................
500 00
00
00
00
00

10,300 00

00
00
III

00
00
00
00
00
00

Reports of State Banks.

161

Elroy— The Citizens Bank.

C.
L.

S. IIUNTLEY, President.
S. MARSH, V ice President.

A. A. TELLE R . Cashier.
M URRAY B. HUNTLEY, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
C S. Huntley,
John Grimshaw,

John W ilcox,
L. S. Marsh.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts......... $194,694 07
Overdrafts ...........................
4 ,1 1 2 31
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
1 0 , 0 0 0 00
Banking house ....................
6 ,0 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
hanks .................................
35 ,849 35
Gold coin .............................
2 ,5 5 5 00
Silver coin .........................
1 ,7 7 0 00
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
3 ,2 8 7 00
36 43
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
...................
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ................
Time certificates o f de­
posit ..................................

............................. $258,304 16

Total

$2 5,00 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,2 2 1

59

59 ,5 4 0 63
167,541 94

............................. $258,304 16

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
C. S. Huntley, E lr o y .........
John Grimshaw, Elroy.. . .
John W ilcox, E lr o y ...........

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$18,000 00

1,000 00

I

1,0 0 0 00 I

L. S'. Marsh, Elroy
Total

...........

5 ,0 0 0 00
$25,000 00

\

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

162

Endeavor— First State Bank of Endeavor.
C.
C.

V. SKINNER, President.
W. COON, Vice President.

H. G. Churchill, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
W ill S. Hume,
.T. C. Bennett,
F. H. Smith,
A lfred Russell.

C. V. Skinner,
C. W. Coon.
J. M. Scholes,
Enoch Skinner,
H. G. Churchill,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national currency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

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

$55,537
279
2 ,4 0 3
1,9 9 0

76
95
57
88

3 ,5 04 70
2 ,1 92 0 1
2 ,5 0 3 13
115 00
290 40

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ....................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .............................

$1 0,00 0 00
842 57
362 09
24 49
19 ,356 11
39 ,294 28

995 00
67 14
$69,879 54

Total

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

$69,879 54

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
J. H. Coon, Sioux Falls, S.
Dak........................................
E. C. Coon, Sioux Falls, S.
Dak........................................
C. W. Coon, E n d e a v o r .. . .
H. Ennis, Endeavor .........
Sam Campbell, Endeavor.
F. E. Pettyes E ndeavor. .
B. IS. W atson, Irene, 111...
Alfred Russell, Endeavor.
,T. L. Ellis, E n d e a v o r.. . .
E. W. Ransom. Endeavor.
H. T. Churchill, Endeavor
G. W. Scholes, Endeavor.
Mrs. F. H. Sweney, En­
deavor ...............................
.T. M. Scholes, E ndeavor. .
W ill S. Hume, Endeavor.
,T. C. Bennett, Endeavor. .
Enoch

Skinner. Endpavor.

Sarah H. Ford, A rlington
Heights. I ll........................
John Grubb. E ndeavor-----F H. Smith, E n d e a v o r..


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Henry E. Jones. Endeavor
500 o* Eben S. Hunt, Endeavor. .
S. Tv. Bement, Endeavor. .
600 00 C. V. Skinner, E ndeavor. .
400 00 •T. C. Smith estate, En200 00
deavor ...............................
200 oo John Skinner, E ndeavor. .
1 0 0 00 Mrs.
Lemmie
Campbell,
1 0 0 00
Packwaukee ....................
200 00 Alice Skinner, Marshfield
20 0 00 Jessie L. Judd, Endeavor.
20 0 on Mrs1. Florence H. Mason,
1 ,5 00 00
Hartland, 111. . . ..............
200 00 W. E. Holcomb, Endeavor.
Mrs. E. W. Ransom, En200 00
deavor .................................
1 0 0 00 H. G. Churchill. Endeavor
200 00 Mrs. F. G. Pierce, Med10 0 00
ford ....................................
200 00 J. E. Reed
Hull, Montello ...................................
10 0 00
300 00
200 00

Total

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

10 0
200
10 0
1 , 000

00
00
00
00

10 0 00
1 0 0 00
1 0 0 00
200 00
200 00
1 0 0 00

600 on

arm no
500 00
500 00
1 0 0 00

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00

Reports of State Banks.

163

Evansville— Bank of Evansville.

A.

C. GRAY. President.
•

GEO. L. PULLEN, Cashier.
D. D. SPENCER, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS,
A. C. Gray,
Geo. L. Pullen.

D. D. Spencer,
L. S. Pullen.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discou nts......... $217,503 72 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
8 ,7 4 6 70 Surplus fund ......................
Banking house ....................
1 0 ,0 0 0 00 Undivided profits, less cur­
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
5 ,0 0 0 00
rent expenses and taxes
Due from approved reserve
Paid ....................................
2 3 ,232 2 ’< Individual deposits, sub­
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
je ct to check ................
cash items ......................
1 ,4 0 3 78 Demand certificates o f de­
540 00
Gold coin .............................
posit .................................
Silver coin ...........................
4 ,0 4 4 50 Savings deposits ................
U. S. and national cur­
B ills payable ......................
rency ..................................
13 ,833 00
Nickels and cen ts..............
191 82
Total

......................... $284,495 79

Total

$2 5,00 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,4 8 9 4 7
102,138 0 1
94 ,201 38
30 ,6 6 6 93
2 5 ,0 0 0 00

......................... $284 495 79

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
G'eo. L. Pullen, Evansville
L. T. Pullen estate, Evans­
ville ............................... ....
L. S. Pullen, Evansville.
D- D. Spencer, Evansville


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$1 8,00 0 00

1,000 00
2,000 00
2,000 00

A. C. Gray. E v a n s v ille ...
Paul l i k e Pullen, Evans­
ville ....................................
Total

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

1 ,0 00 00
1 ,0 0 0

00

$2 5,00 0 00

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking.

164

Evansville— Farmers and Merchants State Bank.

.TAMES GILLIES, President.
C. F. M ILLER, V ice President.

R O BERT D. H ARTLEY,

Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
A.
V.
C.
H.

S.
A.
F.
O.

James Gillies,
L.
Van Wart,
Robert D. Hartley.

Baker,
Axtell,
Miller,
Meyers,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

R esources.

Loans and d iscou nts......... $132,912
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,5 0 9
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
3 2 ,8 6 0
Premium on bonds ...........
305
Banking house ....................
5 ,8 6 2
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
2 ,3 9 3
Due from approved reserve
banks ..................................
1 7 ,853
Due from other banks.........
624
Checks on other banks and
733
cash items .......................
Gold coin .............................
4 ,4 0 5
Silver coin ...........................
945
U. S. and national cur­
rency ....................................
3 ,2 5 6
Nickels and cen ts................
286
Total

84
12
00
00
19
56
36
49

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid .................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ....................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ..................................
Savings deposits ................
B ills payable ......................

$25,000 00
200 00
1 ,5 9 7 16
4 7 ,4 1 3 87
46 ,461 6 6
68 ,273 78
1 5 ,0 0 0 00

33
0b
45
00
13

............................. $203,946 47

Total

............................. $203,946 47

N AM ES O F STO C K H O L D E R S.
James Gillies, Evansville.
L. Van W art, E'vansville.
C. F. Miller, E vansville. .
John Lemmel, Evansville.
W. C. King, Evansville . .
G. F. Ellis, E v a n sv ille ..
.T. S. Baker, E'vansville. .
W. W. Gillies, Evansville
W. E. Miller, Evansville.
Wm. Drefahl, E v a n s v ille ..
George Bramham, Evans­
ville ....................................
Z. & W. Baldwin, Evans­
ville ..................................


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$1,000 00 Maggie G'illies, Evansville
1,000 00 E. Gabriel, E vansville.........
1,00 0
500
500
500
1,000
500
1,000
1,000

00 V. A. Axtell, E vansville. .
00 H. O. Meyers, Evansville
00 W. H. H. Johnson, Evans­
ville ..................................
00
00 A. S. Baker, E v a n sville..
00 R obert D. Hartley, Evans­
ville ......................................
00
00 J. C. Gillies, Evansville. .

500 00

1,000 00

Total

500 00
2,0 00 00
1 ,0 0 0 00

1,000 00
500 00
2,00 0 00
8,0 00 00
500 00
$25,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

165

Evansville— The Grange Bank.

T. C. RICHARDSON, President.
V.
C. HOLMES, V ice President.

J. P. PORTER, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
T. C. Richardson,
V.
C. Holmes,

J. P. Porter.

Statement. November 10, 1910.

L iab ilities.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts. $1 05,937
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,2 3 0
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
32 ,5 0 0
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
2 ,5 0 0
Due from approved reserve
14 ,761
banks .................... .. . . . .
Checks on other bar'
and
cash items . . . .
,. . . .
4 ,6 4 5
Gold coin ...........
...........
1 ,0 4 0
350
Silver c o i n .................
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
6 ,3 5 7
Nickels and cen ts......
37
Total

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

41
67
00
00
71
39
00
00

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to ch eck ....................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
B ills payable ....................

$10,200 00
4 ,8 0 0 00
1 ,8 6 4 89
3 6 ,168 51
84 ,492 27
11 ,834 01
2 0 ,0 0 0 00

Oil
50

$169,359 68

Total

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

$169,359 68

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
T.

C. Richardson, Evans­
ville ....................................


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.T. P. Porter, E v a n sv ille..
$3,400 00 V. C. Holmes, Evansville.
Total

3 ,4 0 0 00
3 ,4 0 0 00
$ 10,200 00

166

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Fairwater— Fairwater State Bank.

A. W. BONESTEEL, President.
DERK. BRUINS, V ice President.

C. S. G R IF FIT H , Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
A. W. Bonesteel,
Dei'k. Bruins,
C. S. Griffith,
E. F. S'tarbird,

E. R. W illiams,
C. O. Tinkham,
N. H. Westman.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

T on ns and discou nts......... ip12.3.1
4~
Overdrafts ...........................
473 45
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
5 ,6 2 4 15
Banking house ..................
2 ,6 0 4 02
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
1 ,9 8 4 28
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
20 ,3 1 9 91
Checks on other banks and
cash items ...............
331 64
Gold coin .............................
1 ,0 0 0 00
180 30
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
5 ,7 5 9 00
Nickels and c e n t s ,...........
81 54
Total

......................... $161,544 74

Capital stock paid in . ; . .
Surplus fund
..................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid
.................................
Dividends unpaid ..............
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ........... . . .
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

Total

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,6 5 9 70
50 00
18 ,7 0 8 81
11 2,12 6 23

......................... $161,544 74

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
A.

W.
Bonestee’ , Fairwater ...............................
Derk Bruins, B r a n d o n ...
J. W. Lyon, B r a n d o n .. . .
N. H. Westman, Fairwater
James Johnson, Fairwater
E. F. Starbird,F airw ater. .
E. B. Carter, R ip o n .............
B.
J
Wikkerink, Fruit
Vale, Cai.............................
E. R. Williams. Brandon.
C. S. Griffith, F a irw a te r..
Ellen M. Miller, R ip o n ..
Guy Miller, M arkesan. . . .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Geo. Stelter, F airw ater. . .
C. O. Tinkman, Fairwater
P. H. Tucker, Ripon . . . .
F. E. Jones, B r a n d o n ...
W. R. Abercrombie, Fairwater ...............................
S. Vanderveld. F a irw a ter..
Ida Cease Noble, Fairwater .................................
1,0 00 00 U. L. Johnson, Fairw ater
1 ,0 0 0 00 Ed Laper, M arkesan...........
3 ,5 0 0 00 Fred J. Griffith, Fairwater
2,0 0 0 00
1,000 00
Total .........................

$ 4 ,0 0 0
1,0 00
1,000
2 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1,0 0 0
1,0 0 0

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

500
1,000
500
500

00
00
00
00

500 0 0
500 00
500
500
500
500

00
00
00
00

$ 2 5 .0 0 0 on

Reports of State Banks.

167

Fall Creek— The State Bank.

K. ROSHOLT, President.
J. E. ZETZM AN, Vice President.

C. .T. LISSACK, Cashier.
C. W. VOECHTING, Asst. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
Wm. Niebuhr,
P. S. Lindenthaler,
F. C. Lanna.

K. Rosholt,
J. E. Zetzman,
C. J. Lissack,
Wm. H. Frawley,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Liab ilities.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks ..........
Due from other banks. . . .
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

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

$94,860
3 ,5 1 7
2 ,5 0 0
1 ,5 00

65
22
00
00

17,919
6 ,0 2 7
435
703

03
77
00
50

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund . ....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits sub­
ject to check ............. .. . .
Time certificates o f de­
posit ......... ........................

$10,000 00
1 ,0 2 5 00
394 08
3 5 ,143 17
84 ,536 17

3,5 4 3 00
87 25
$131,098 42

Total

......................... $131,098 42

NAMES OF STO C K H O LD ERS,
K. Rosholt, E’au Claire. .
W. II. Frawley, Eau Claire
Wm. Niebuhr, Fa’ l Creek
F. S. Lindenthaler, Fall
Creek
...............................


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$5,800 00
2.000 00
1.0 00 00
500 00 I

1C. .T. Lissack, Fall Creek
J. E. Zetzman, Fall Creek
F. C. Lanna, Fall Creek. .
Total

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

200 00
200 00
300 00
$10,000 00

168

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Fall River— The First State Bank.

JOHN FOSTER. Sr.. President.
•
G. W. STEPHENS, V ice President.

L. E. EVERSON, Cashier.
FLORENCE M. EVERSON, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.

John Foster, Sr.,
G. W. Stephens,
C. T. Rockafellow,
Maria Babcock,

James S. Babcock,
S. C. Chambers,
L. E. Everson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discou nts......... $105,286 35
9 ,0 9 8 41
Overdrafts ...........................
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
2 ,5 6 2 3 7
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
20 ,952 41
Checks on other banks and
58 08
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
1 ,2 9 5 00
Silver coin .........................
1 , 4 4 3 60
LT. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
2 ,6 5 0 00
Nickels and cen ts................
155 30
Total

......................... $143,501 52

Capital stock paid in ____
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ..................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates o f de­
p o s it .................................
Time certificates of de„ posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Total

$1 0,00 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,4 0 6 32
40 ,5 2 5 64
346

48

87 ,808 61
9 14

47

......................... $143,501 52

N AM ES O F STO C K H O L D E R S.
L. E. Everson, Fall River
Geo. W. Stephens, Colum­
bus
....................................
Jas.
S.
Babcock,
Fall
River .................................
Maria Babcock, Fall River


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$ 2 ,0 0 0 00

2,0 00

00

500 00
500 00

John
Foster,
Sr.,
Fall
River ......................
C. T. Rockafellow, Fall
River
....................
S. C. Chambers, Milton Jet.
Total

3 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0

00

500 00
$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00

169

Reports of State Banks,

Fennimore— Fennimore Bank.

CHAS. A. W ILLISON , President.

C. D. W ILLISON. Cashier.
LA LLA E. W ILLISON, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Chas. A. W illison,
C. D. W illison,

Lalla E. W illison.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilities.

R esources.

Loans and discounts . . . .
$2 3,57 0
Furniture and fix tu r e s.. .
500
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
8 ,9 0 4
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
198
1 ,5 02
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
284
U. S. and national cur­
rency .....................................
1 ,4 2 0
Nickels and cen ts....
56
Total .........................

47
00
79
96
50
00

Capital stock paid in ...........
Surplus fund
.....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$ 5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,4 0 0 00
626 79
12 ,1 7 5 08
17 ,2 3 5 68

00
83
Total .........................

$3 6,43 7 55

$36,437 55

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Chas. A. W illison, Fenni­
more .................................
Lalla E. W illison, Fenni­
more .................................


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C.
$4,000 00
500 00

D.
more.

W illison,
................

Total

....

Fenni500 00
$ 5 ,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

170

Fennimore— State Bank of Fennimore.

D W IG H T T. PA RK ER , President.
W ILLIA M MARSDEN, W ee President.

.T. R. VILLEM QNTE, Cashier,
W ILL M AURER, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Dwight T. Parker,
Geo. A. Kreul,
Jacob Baumgartner,

William Marsden,
J. R. Villemonte.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts......... $435,133 45 Capital stock paid in ...........
Overdrafts ...........................
16 ,4 0 8 92 Surplus fund
....................
U. S., state, municipal and
Undivided profits, less cur­
other bonds ....................
15 ,000 Oo
rent expenses and taxes
5 ,0 0 0 00
Banking house ....................
paid ....................................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
1 ,4 0 0 00 Individual
deposits, sub­
Due from approved reserve
ject to check....................
banks .................................
96 ,3 2 0 69 Demand certificates of de­
Checks on other banks and
posit .................................
cash items ......................
750 30 Time certificates of de­
Gold coin ..................i ____
8 ,745 00
posit .................................
Silver coin ...........................
2 ,8 9 7 65
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
5 ,2 6 1 00
279 40
Nickels and cents .............
Total

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

$587,196 41

Total

$2 5,00 0 00
25 ,0 0 0 00
880 88
10 7,89 7 32
8 ,3 4 4 90
42 0,07 3 31

........... ............. $5.87,196 41

NAM ES OP STO C K H O L D E R S.
Dwight
more
W illiam
more
Geo. A.

T. Parker, Fenni­
.................................
Marsden, Fenni­
.................................
Kreul, Fennimore


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$14,300 00
7 ,1 5 0 00
1 ,4 5 0 00

J. R. Villemonte, Fenni­
more ....................................
Jacob Baumgartner, Lan­
caster ...............................
Total

1 ,1 0 0

00

1 ,0 0 0

00

$ 2 5,00 0 00

Reports of State Banks.

171

Florence— State Bank of Florence.

E. E. W ILCOX, President.
MAX SELLS, Vice President.

F. S. EVANS, Cashier.

D IRECTO RS.
Max Sells,
E. E. Wilcox.
Peter McGovern,

F. S'. Evans,
E. W. Hopkins.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts......... $100,405 71 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
U. S., state, municipal and
Surplus fund ......................
other bonds ....................
3 ,0 0 0 00 Undivided profits, less cur­
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
1,4 2 8 57
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Other real estate o w n e d ..
4 ,0 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
Due to banks— D eposits. .
banks .................................
42 ,0 8 9 59 Individual
deposits, sub­
Checks on other banks and
ject to check ..................
cash items ......................
4 05 Demand certificates of de­
220 00
Gold coin .............................
posit ...................................
Silver coin, nickels and
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
cents .................................
1 ,4 9 5 68
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
9 ,1 1 3 00
Total ......................... $161,756 60

Total

$1 5,000 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,3 7 5 42
400 24
51 ,0 0 9 43
46 ,8 6 3 03
4 3 ,1 0 8 48

......................... $161,756 60

NAM ES OP S T O C K H O LD E R S.
E. E. W ilcox, F lo r e n c e ...
F. S. Evans, F loren ce.........
Max Sells, F loren ce...........
Peter McGovern. Florence.
Mrs. Frank Johnson, F lor­
ence ......................................
Mrs. Isaac Soderburg, F lor­
ence ......................................
Verle Sells, F loren ce.........
Max Sells, trustee, Flor­
ence ....................................
E. W. Hopkins, Common­
wealth ...............................
John McNaughton estate,
Appleton ...........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$4 ,900
1,800
1,800
900
10 0
10 0

100
10 0

00 A. E. Guensburg, Menomonee, M ich............................
00
Campbell,
Quincy,
00 Anna
M ich......................................
00
C. TL Proutv, Three Rivers,
M ich..................................
00
M. ,T. Backus, Three Rivers,
M ich......................................
00
00 Mrs. W. G. Caldwell, Three 1
Rivers, M ich......................
00 Clias. Loughrey, Louisville,
N. Y ......................................

800 00

T o t a l ...........................

300 00
500 00
1 , 000 00

600 00
500 00
700 00
$15,000 00

800 00
ñ

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

17 2

Fond du Lac— Cole Savings Bank.

A. E. COLE, President.
J. C. FUHRM AN, Vice President.

WM. I. COLE, Cashier.
TIIOS. C. ROSENTH AL, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
J. C. Fuhrman,
W.
C. Reinig,
Henry Grantman,

Wm. I. Cole,
A. E. Cole.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts . . . . $176,253 99
Overdrafts ...........................
850 53
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
37 ,6 0 3 16
Furniture and fixtures . . .
1 ,3 1 1 62
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
2 3 ,659 3'i
Due from other banks . . .
2 ,5 0 6 38
Checks on other banks and
cash items .......................
1 ,5 5 8 85
Gold coin .............................
5 ,2 6 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
2 ,0 0 9 65
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
14 ,465 00
Nickels and cents ...........
587 65
Total ......................... $266,066 20

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ..........
Individual
d ep osits, sub­
je ct to cReck ..................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit ..................................
Savings deposits ................
Reserved fo r interest.........

$2 5,00 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 6 24
45 ,0 0 8 92
1

00

37 ,171 57
153,501 82
1 ,3 7 6 65

Total ......................... $266,066 20

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
J. C. Fuhrman, Fond du
Lac ......................................
John R einig estate, Fond
du L a c ...............................
Louise Kurtiss, Fond du
Lac ....................................


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$50 00
500 00
250 00

W. O’. Reinig, Fond du Lac
Henry Grantman, Lom ira.
A. E. Cole, Fond du L ac. . .
Wm. I. Cole, Fond du L ac.
Total

1 0 0 00
1 0 0 00

23,500 00
500 00
$ 2 5,00 0 00

Reports of State Banks,

173

Footville— The Footville State Bank.

S. W. LACEY, President.
W. O. HOW ELL, Vice President.

MERTON R. F ISII, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Aug. H. Albrecht,
O. C. Long,
H. A. Selck.

S. W. Lacey,
W. O. Howell,
Merton R. Fish,
W. J. Owen,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and d iscounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Cold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency, .................................
Nickels *and cen ts................
Total .........................

$57,499
33
2 ,7 3 8
1 ,7 55

59
78
03
91

8 ,9 7 3 43
1 ,0 0 0

00

1 ,1 3 0 00
1 ,5 0 3 05

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$2 0,00 0 00
685 15
2 2 ,149 3 7
31 ,589 37
2 4 ,9 6 7 22

4 ,6 4 0 00
117 32
$79,391 11

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

$79,391 11

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
G.

D. Silverthorn, Footville ...................................
Aug. H. Albrecht, Footville ...................................
W. .T. Owen, F o o t v ille ...
Electa Savage, F ootville. .
W. H. Cory, F o o tv ille . . . .
S. W. Lacey, F o o t v ille ...
F. R. Lowry, F ootville. . . .
M. D. Owen, Allegan. Mich.
F. D. Pepper. F o o t v ille ...
O. C. Long, F ootville'.........
John Drafahl, F o o tv ille ..
W. O. Howell, F ootville. .
Chas. Lawerenz, Footville.
IT. T*. Long, F o o tv ille___
IT. II. Long, F o o tv ille . . . .
.T. Wesenbersr, F ootville. . .
Merton R. Fish, F ootville.


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$200 00

500
500
500
500
600
500
500
3 00
3 00
500
500
3 00
20 0

500
500
3 ,0 00

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

Julius W illing, Janesville.
E. H. M attice, F o o tv ille ..
Fred Drafahl, F ootville. .
Bertha Drafahl, F ootville.
H. A. Selck, F ootville. . . .
Frank Bennett, F ootville.
H arrv H. Bennett, Footville ....................................
Lizzie Bennett, F ootville. .
Sophia Bennett, F ootville.
John Honevsett, F ootville.
.Tames Honevsett, Footville
Fred Honevsett, F ootville.
James MurnRv, F ootville.
II. Skumacher. F o o tv ille ..
Chas. W. Selck, F ootville.
I,. IT. Howe, F o o t v i l l e ....
W. E. W alters. H anover. .
F. A. Luckfield, H anover.

500 00
20 0 00
3 00 00
200 00
300 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
500 00
500 00
1 0 0 00
3 00 00
500 00
500 00
300 00
1 0 0 00
1 0 0 00

174

Report of the* Commissioner of Banking.

NAMES OF STOCKH OLDERS— Continued.
M. Ehrlinger, H a n o v e r ...
W. H. Adee, F o o tv ille .. . .
J. Harry Bullock, R ich­
land Center ....................
L. M. Dickert, M adison. . .
John Sheehan, H anover. .
Harry W alton, F ootville.
W. C. Miller, F ootville. . .
A. W. Buck, F o o t v i l l e ....
W alter Honeysett, F oot­
ville ....................................
Elmer L. Fish, Evansville


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1 ,0 0 0 00
200 00
700
500
500
100
500
100

00
00
00
00
00
00

300 00
100 00

Henry Drafahl, F ootville.
■T. P. Devins, F o o t v ille ...
John Langdon, F ootville. .
F. F. Asmus, Evansville. .
Frank Chase, F ootv ille. . .
E. Gabriel, Evansville. . . .
Fred Child, H anover.........
Ida M. Fish, Evansville. .
Spencer C. Fisn, Footville

20 0 00
1 0 0 00
1 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
1 0 0 00
1 0 0 00

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

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00

20 0 00

300 00

Reports of State Banks,

175

Forestville— State Bank of Forestville.

H. J. TESK E, President.

W. H. BASTAR, Cashier.

■J. DONOVAN, Vice President.

DIRECTORS.
C. R. Guth,
Samuel Perry,
Geo. Schmitz.

H. .T. Teske,
J. Donovan,
W. H. Bastar,
Denis Befay,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts.........
Furniture and fix tu r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................... .............
Nickels and cents .............

$39,378 51
1,2 28 50
4 ,1 8 8 88
205 00
1,5 15 00
4 ,5 93 00
61 89
$51,170 78

Total

Capital stock paid in
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid .........................
Individual
deposits, subject to ch eck .........
Time certificates of deposit ........................
Total

$1 0 , 0 0 0 00
373 71
12,801 59
27,995 48
$51.170 78

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
IL. J. Teske, F o re stv ille ..
.T. Donovan, F o re s tv ille ...
W. H. Bastar, F orestville.
Conrad R. Guth, Kalberg.
Denis Befay, Brussels . . .
Gabe Renard, Brussels. . .
E. M. E. Mueller, Forest­
ville ...................................


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$2,000 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
500 00

Samuel Perry, F orestville.
Martin Schmitz, Sr., F or­
estville .............................
George Schmitz, Forestville
T o t a l ............... ..........

500 00
1 ,0 0 0

00

500 00
$1 0,00 0 Oí:

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking.

176

Fort Atkinson— Citizens State Bank.

L. B. ROYCE, President.
R. D. CHASE, Vice President.

C. A. CASW ELL, Cashier.
C. S. ORTHMAN, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
L. B. Royce,
C. A. Caswell,
R. D. Chase,

J. A. C'aswell,
T. B. Royce.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts......... $162,796 29
Overdrafts ............................
242 81
U. S'., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
3 ,0 0 0 00
Banking house ..................
2 ,5 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
1 ,0 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks ............................
1 8 ,050 10
Checks on other banks and
cash items .......................
240 00
Gold coin .............................
250 00
Silver coin ...........................
358 20
U. S', and national cur­
rency ..................................
6 ,8 21 0b
Nickels and cents .............
88 28
Total ......................... $195,846 68

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
....................
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ..........
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................

$2 5,00 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
7,7 0 2 99
11 5,24 7 78
42 ,3 9 5 91

Total ......................... $195,346 68

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
L. B. Royce, F ort A tkin­
son ......................................
C. A. CasAvell, F ort A tkin­
son ......................................
Mrs. .T. Adele Caswell, Fort
Atkinson ............................
R. D. Chase, F ort A tkin­
son ......................................
T. B. Royce, F ort A tkin­
son ......................................


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$6,500 00
7,500 00
8,000 00
1,5 00 00
500 00

John W. Heid, Jefferson ..
Jacob N. Heid, Jefferson ..
Mrs. H attie Hansen, Fort
Atkinson ................
Mrs. Minnie Sont^g, Fort
Atkinson ................
Mrs. Mary Bienfang, Milwaukee ..................
Total

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

200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
200 0b
$25,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

177

Fort Atkinson— Fort Atkinson Savings Bank.

E. W. W ILCOX, President.
C. J. W ARD, Vice President.

O. W. DONKLE, Cashier.
G. E. W ARD, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
E. W. W ilcox,
C. J. Ward,
O. W. Donkle,
Ole Wigdale,
J. P. Galloway,

D. C. Converse,
G. W. Kindlin,
W. .T. Kyle,
C. F. A. Treoloff.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ...
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............

L ia b ilitie s .

$91,050 38
115 73
2 8 ,166 25
7,5 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
2 0 ,576 48
5 92

Capital stock paid in ____
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
p a id .
.........................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificate's o f de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................

$40,000 00
230 31
31 ,098 90
38 ,791 97
5 0 ,320 85

188 12
3 ,0 7 0 00
637 65
6 ,6 03 00
28 50

Total ......................... $1 60,442 03

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

$1 60,442 03

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Geo. P.randel, Ft. Atkinson
F. H. Rogers. Ft. Atkinson
Eva Kvie, Ft. A tk in son ..
W. .T. Kyle. Ft. A tk in son.
Louise B. Kyle, Ft. Atkinson ......................................
Geo. Banker, Ft. Atkinson
Mrs. L. .T. Converse, Ft.
Atkinson ...........................
Daisy A. Converse, Ft. Atkinson ...............................
W ill E. Mack, Ft. Atkinson .....................................
Thos. Tessin, Ft. Atkinson

12—B.

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$200
100
200
1 ,0 0 0

00
00
00
00

200 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
300 00
100 00

Geo. Hausen, Jr., Ft. Atkinson .........
Abbie J. Kyle, Ft. Atkinson .............
F. C. Holstein, Ft. Atkinson .............
D. C. Converse, Ft Atkinson .............
E. M. W ilcox, Ft. Atkinson .............
T. F. Allen, Ft. Atkinson ................
Clara Wegner, Ft. Atkinson ................

100 00
200 00
200 00
1 ,3 00 00
200 00
200 00
300 00

178

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

NAMES OF STOCKET ORDERS— Continued.
Aug. F. Wegner, Ft. A t­
kinson ...............................
T. J. Chapman, Ft. A tkin­
son .....................................
Jeanette A. S'ontag, Ft.
Atkinson ...................... .
Fred Hassel, Ft. Atkinson
J. P. Galloway, Ft. A tkin­
son ......................................
H. K. Hawl'ey, Ft. A tkin­
son .....................................
W. J. Turner, Ft. A tkin­
son ......................................
Tony W irig, Ft. Atkinson
A. L. Weckler, Ft. A tkin­
son .....................................
A. J. Sayalle, Ft. Atkinson
C. A. Wegner, Ft. A tkin­
son ......................................
C. Eugene Ward, Ft. A t­
kinson ...............................
John F. W elcj,, Ft. A tkin­
son ......................................
C. .T. Ward, Ft. Atkinson.
Katherine Weckler, Ft. A t­
kinson ............. .................
W. F. Weckler, Ft. A tkin­
son ......................................
Lucina B. Beach, Ft. A t­
kinson ...............................
Coe. Converse & Edwards
Co., Ft. A tk in son...........
C. W. M cIntyre, Ft. A t­
kinson ...........................
F. A. Marquardt, Ft. A t­
kinson ...............................
P. Scullion, Ft. A tkinson.
Clarence J. Dibble, Ft. A t­
kinson ...............................
Lena Wandschneider, Ft.
Atkinson ...........................
C. F. A. Trieloff, Ft. A t­
kinson ...............................
Wm. Brockhaus, Ft. A t­
kinson ..................
Geo. Boldt, Ft. A tkinson.
G. W. Kindlin, Ft. A tkin­
son .....................................
J. H. Kindlin, Ft. A tkin­
son ......................................
Amil Dexheimer, Ft. A t­
kinson ...............................
E. Claire Roberts, Ft. A t­
kinson ...............................
E. J. Jahnke, Ft. Atkinson
A. H. Downing, Ft. Atkin­
son ....................................
A. Mack, Ft. A tk in s o n ...
H. L. Mack, Ft. Atkinson
Geo. Lieberman, Ft. A t­
kinson ...............................
Wm. F. Haumerson, Jr.,
Ft. Atkinson ..................


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500 00
600 00
100 00
100 00

1,000 00
200 00

500 00
200 Ou
200 00
100 On
300 00
500 Ou
300 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
200 00
200 00
500 00
400 00
300 00
500 00
100 00
500 00
¿00 00
500 00
100 00
200 00
500 00
500 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00

loo oo
100 00
100 00

loo oo

Chas. Messmer, Ft. A tkin­
son .....................................
H. W. Case, Ft. Atkinson
F. N. Sontag, Ft. Atkinson
F. G. Neff, Ft. A tk in son ..
Paul H. Tratt, Ft. A tkin­
son ......................................
Henry Anthes, Ft. A tkin­
son .....................................
Justus Anthes, Ft. A tkin­
son .....................................
O. B. Cornish, Ft. A tkin­
son ......................................
Brandel Shoe Co., Ft. A t­
kinson ...............................
Howard L. Wooden, Ft.
Atkinson ...........................
Henry Wooden, Ft. Atkin­
son .....................................
John Gates, Jr., Ft. A t­
kinson ...............................
Wm. E. Kyle, Ft. Atkinson
C. T.. Sund, Ft. Atkinson
Ralph Colby, Ft. Atkinson
Ole Wigdale, Ft. Atkinson
Roy Element, Ft. A tkin­
son ....................................
C. C. Nettesheim, Ft. A t­
kinson ................................
E. W. W ilcox, Ft. A tkin­
son .....................................
Shelburn Donkle, Ft. A t­
kinson ...............................
Eva Case, Ft. A tkin son. . .
Lloyd Donkle, Ft. A tkin­
son .....................................
Sara V. Donkle, Ft. A t­
kinson ...............................
O. W. Donkle, Ft. A tkin­
son ......................................
Mrs. M. Lean, Ft. A tkin­
son .....................................
Bertha Ward, Ft. Atkinson
Ed. O. Westerfleld, Ft. A t­
kinson ...............................
W.
D.
Hemphill,
Cam­
bridge .................................
C. P. Slagg, Cam bridge. . .
D. C. Pierce, Cambridge. .
F. W. Barton, Cambridge.
Wm. H. Scheppert, Jeffer­
son ......................................
A. O. Paunack, M adison. .
T. R. H efty, M adison. . . .
James
E.
Pendergast,
Madison ............................
Chas. E. Pendergast, M adi­
son ......................................
Nora J. Baldwin, Madison
J. P. Hudson, Mazomanie
S. R. Ellis, Boston, Mass.
A. Powell, Black E a rth . . .
Total

100
600
200
500

00
00
00
Ou

100 00
300 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
600
100
300
500
500

00
00
00
00
00

500 00
100 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
1,000 00
8 ,2 0 0 Ou
100 00
800 00
500 00
300
200
200
200

00
00
00
00

500 00
500 00
500 00
400 00
400
500
500
800
1,00 0

00
00
00
00
00

$40,000 00

Reports of State Ranks.

179

Fountain City— First State Bank.

F. J. BOHRI, President.
<\ A. KIRCH N ER, Vice President.

H. E. BOHRI, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
F. J. Boari,
C. A. Kirchner,
H. Roettiger,

M. L. Fugina,
Theo. Wold.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and d iscounts......... $148,200 96
Overdrafts ...........................
112 34
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
28 ,056 91
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
2 ,0 6 6 07
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
54 ,311 9o
Due from other b a n k s ... .
2 ,6 8 8 01
Checks on other banks and
702 50
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
1 ,8 1 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,0 9 2 60
U. S. and national cur­
rency ........................
4 ,3 3 8 00
Nickels and cents .............
139 69
Total ......................... $243,518 98

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
P?-jd ....................................
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Certified checks ..................

$1 0,00 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,6 9 4 20
50 00
37 ,7 9 9 57
189,875 21
100 00

Total ......................... $243,518 98

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
Frederick Bohri, Sr., Foun­
tain City .........................
E’ red J. Bohri, Fountain
City ...................................
Harry E. B o h r i,. Fountain
City ....................................
Albert Ivirchner, Fountain
City ....................................
Charles A. Kirchner, Foun­
tain City .........................
Edward H. Kirchner, Foun­
tain City ...........................


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Henry Roettiger, Fountain
City ....................................
Martin L. Fugina, Foun­
1,000 00
tain City ..........................
Theodore Wold, M inneapo­
1,0 00 00
lis, M inn.............................
John A. Borth, Winona,
2,000 00
M inn......................................

$2,000 00

500 00
500 00

Total

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

1,000 00
500 00

1,000 00
500 00$ 10,000 00

180

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Fox Lake— State Bank of Fox Lake.

F. I. DAVISON, Cashier.
D. C. CHURCH, Asst. Cashier.

C. H. EGGLESTON, President.
H. CLAUSEN, Vice President.

D IR E C TO R S.
C. H. Eggleston,
H. Clausen,
James Gamble,
Chas. Lyle,

W. D. Borst,
F. I. Davison,
John Stoddart.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts........... $346,803 30
Overdrafts ...........................
45 29
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
6 ,5 0 0 On
5 ,0 0 0 00
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures . . .
2 ,0 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
9 9 ,255 15
Checks on other banks and
cash items .......................
108 96
Gold coin .............................
8 ,0 8 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,5 0 9 35
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
10 ,7 7 4 00
248 83
Nickels and cen ts................
Total ......................... $480,324 88

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$40,000 00
1 0 ,0 0 0 00
24 ,9 8 5 14
72,921 33
2 ,2 9 5 98
24 5,34 2 36
8 4 ,7 8 0 07

Total ......................... $480,324 88

\

NAM ES OP ST O C K H O L D E R S.
C. II. Eggleston, Fox Lake
H. Clausen. F ox Lake. . . .
F. I. Davison, Fox Lake
.Tames Gamble, F ox Lake
E. J. Hughes, R andolph. .
D. Short, Fox Lake...........
Wm. G. Jones, F ox Lake. .
O. N. Gorton, Fox Lake
Mrs. G. G. Jones, Beaver
Dam ...............................
Mrs. M. E. Roberts M il­
waukee ...............................
Morgan Jones, R an d olp h ..
John Stoddart, Fox Lake
Edward Davis, R andolph.
M argaret E. Hatcher, Waupun ......................................


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$3,500 00
1,500 00
1,0 00 00

1,000 00
2,000 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
100 00
500
200
500
500

00
00
OO
00

2 , 0 0 0 00

Mrs. Thebe A.
Hughes,
Fox Lake .........................
Wm. Lyle. Fox Lake . . . .
Helen
Armstrong,
Fox
Lake ........................ ...........
Chas. Lyle, Fox Lake. . . .
W. D. Borst, F ox L a k e ..
E. J. Bunker, Waupun . . .
Joseph W. Power, Fox
Lake ....................................
•T. L. Townsend, Fox Lake
J. W. W illiams, Marshall,
M inn......................................
Mrs. Mary Williams, Clear
Lake. Ta...............................
John Rodger, F ox L a k e ..
D. J. Hotchkiss, Fox Lake

1.500 oo
500 00
1.5 00
1,000
1,3 00
500

00
00
00
00

1,000 00
400 00
500 00
1.0 0 0 oo
500 00
500 00

181

Reports of State Banks.

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
J.

W. Hobkirk, trustee,
Pox Lake .........................
A. H. Potts, Pox L a k e ...
George W allace, P ox Lake
Jerry Bowe, F ox L ak e'.. .
John Beule, P ox L a k e .. .
Fred G. Weed, Pox Lake.
M. C. Heublein, Fox Lake
W. J. Cochrane, P ox Lake
R. J. Baird, P ox L a k e ...
John E. Saxe, F ox Lake. .
H. P. W itthun, P ox Lake
A. L. W allace, P ox Lake.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1 ,5 00
500
1 ,0 0 0
200
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
100
500
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
200
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

H. A. Graham, P ox Lake.
R.
O. W illiams, F ox Lake
George Madden, P ox Lake
H. Dickson, Pox L a k e .. . .
P. N. Pettigrew, P ox Lake
C. S. Porter, P ox L a k e ..
W. C. North, F ox L a k e ..
H. G. Miller, P ox L a k e ...
H. M. Howard, Pox Lake
W. G. Roberts, P ox Lake.
C. Litscner, Pox L a k e .. .
Total

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

1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
300
500
500
500
1 ,0 0 0
500
1 ,0 0 0
500
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$40,000 00

182

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Fredonia— State Bank of Fredonia.

D. M. I'.OSENHEIMER', President.
E. P. NEUENS, Vice President.

IT. W. W ITT, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
E. W. Jaehnig,
E. A. Witt.

D. M. Rosenheimer,
E. P. Neuens,
Nie. J. Paulus,

¡statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
IT. S., state, municipal and
other bonds
................
................
Banking house
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total

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

$33,769 29
2 35
7 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,7 7 9 13
1 ,5 7 0 77
10 ,889 6u
460 00
225 15

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’ s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

$15,000 00
372 60
21,851 5 i
1 5 ,220 7o
2 ,4 0 4 90
3 ,9 8 6 41

2 ,1 0 7 00
32 74
$58,836 12

Total

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

$58.836 12

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Wm. H. Arndt, Fredonia.
A. F. Bratz. Fredonia. . . .
John R. Bruckner, Fredonia ..................................
Michael Bell, Fredonia. . .
R ichard Beger, Fredonia.
Nie Chennaux, F red on ia ..
Charles Degnitz, Fredonia
H. C. Eisendrath, Milwaukee .....................................
Wm. Froedtert, Milwaukee .....................................
John J. Freimann, Fredonia . . .'...........................
Herman Groeschel, Barton
Chas. Gielow, Sr., Fredonia .................................
E. W. Jaehnig, Fredonia.
A rthur Kraetsch, Fredonia
II. P. Kraetsch, Fredonia


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$200 00
200 00
200
200
100
100
100

00
00
00
00
00

100 00
1 ,0 00 00
100 06
100 06
100
1 ,0 00
100
300

00
00
00
00

John Klessig, F r e d o n ia ...
Aug. Keitel. F red on ia. . . .
W alter Klumb, F red on ia ..
John W. Kane, Fredonia. .
A. Kershaw, F r e d o n ia ....
John N. Meyer, Fredonia.
Geo. Meyer, F red on ia. . . .
M. B. Mever, Fredonia. . .
Frank J. Meyer, Fredonia
Henry G. Moths, Fredonia
O. E. Muehlberg, Fredonia
E. L. Morgenroth, Kewaskum ....................................
John F. Nieman, Oadarbürg ...................................
E. P. Neuens, Fredonia. .
Chas. A. Nicolaus, Cudahy .....................................
Nie L. Possley, Belgium . .
J. B. Petesch. F red on ia ..

200
200
100
200
200
100
100
100
200
100
100

00
06
00
06
00
00
00
00
06
Ou
00

100 00
500 06
300 00
400 00
100 06
100 00

Reports of State Banks.

188

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
J. P. Pollanscli, Fredonia.
Nie J. Paulus, Fredonia. .
Louis L. Pierron, Cedar
Grove ...............................
F. E. Rudolph, F red on ia ..
Edwin Ricke, F r e d o n ia ...
David
M.
Rosenheimer,
Cedarburg ........................
John Solms, F r e d o n i a ....
G. Scholds, F redonia.........
Wm. Schanen, P ort W ash­
ington ...............................
Frank Streff, F redonia. . .
Jos. W. Schmit, Fredonia.
Nie J. Schumacher, Fre­
donia .................................
P>. Steffen, F redonia...........
John W atry, Fredonia . . .
Bruno Wenzel, F re d o n ia ..


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

100 00
500 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
100 00
200 00
300 00
100 00
200 00
100
100
100
100

00
00
00
00

Mrs. Bertha C. W oog, Kewaskum ............................
Clara M. W oog, Kewaskum
Eveline G. W oog, Kewaskum ...................................
E. W. W oog, K ew askum ..
Mrs. M aria
W itt, Fre­
donia .................................
Vera V. W itt, F re d o n ia ..
C. H. W itt, F red onia.........
Herbert W. W itt, Fredonia
E m st A. W itt, Fredonia.
J.
Henry
Wittenberg,
Cedarburg ........................
Charles C. W irth, Cedar­
burg ...................................
John E. Wilmes, Fredonia
Cy Young, F red on ia...........
Total

100 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
200 00
600 00
900 00
600 00
500 00
500 00
100 00
100 00
$1 5,00 0 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

184

Fremont— Fremont State Bank.

THEO. H. JOHNSON, Fresident.
W. J. A. M cIN TYRE, V ice President.

N. H. JOHNSON, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
W. J. A. M cIntyre,
John Ploeger,
ffm . Sherburne,

Theo. H. Johnson,
N. H. Johnson,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and d iscou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
IT. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
Nickels and cents .............
Expense account ................
Total .........................

$45,825
861
2 ,6 75
1 ,5 4 3

4b
61
00
58

9 ,1 5 7 04
112 St
540 00
427 25

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................

$1 0,00 0 00

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

$65,271 02

944 44
2 2 ,2 0 5 69
565 01
3 1 ,162 80
393 08

2 ,5 7 5 00
184 74
1 ,3 6 9 03
$65,271 02

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Irving E. Bauer, Fremont
Theo. H. Johnson, Nelsonville ....................................
N. II. Johnson, Frem ont.
Sina A. Johnson, Frem ont
Mabell W rolstad, Scandi­
navia .................................


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$100 00
5 ,0 0 0 0u
1 ,6 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00

John Ploeger, F r e m o n t ...
W. J. A. M cIntyre, Fre­
mont .................................
Wm. Sherburne, Frem ont.

100 00
100 00

100 00

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

$1 0,000 0b

Reports of, State Banks.

185

Friendship— Friendship State Bank.

A. F. H IL L , President.
J. IV. GUNNING, V ice President.

J. W. PURVES, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
A. F. H ill,
J. W. Gunning,

J. W. Purves.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts.........
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Expense account ................
Total .........................

$8 ,251 25
1 ,3 8 2 12
22 ,483 29
22 03
130 00
243 20

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid
................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check .....................
Time certificates o f de­
posit
................................

$1 0,00 0 0o
58 04
2 0 ,5 0 8 26
5 ,1 7 8 45

2 ,8 6 2 00
1 35
369 51
$3 5,74 4 75

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

$3 5,74 4 75

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
A. F. Hill, F riendship. . . .
J. W. Gunning, Friendship


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$6,500 00 ( J.
2 ,0 0 0 0 0 1
I

W. Furves, Friendship
Total .........................

1 ,5 0 0 00
--------------------- $1 0,00 0 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

186

Gales ville— Bank of Galesville.
E. F. CLARK, President.
IVER PEDERSON, Vice President.

J. F. CANC'E, cashier.
A. L. SEVERANCE, Asst. Cashier.
R. H. ASHLEY, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
A.
E.
J.
B.

A.
F.
F.
W.

Arnold,
Clark,
Gance,
Davis,

S. C. French,
G. O. Gilbertson,
Iver Pederson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts . . . . $3 82,220 86 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,2 9 4 21 Surplus fund ......................
U. S., state, municipal and
Undivided profits, less cur­
other bonds ....................
43 ,3 0 0 00
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Banking house ..................
7 ,0 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
Dividends unpaid .............
deposits, sub­
banks .................................
47 ,351 43 Individual
Checks on other banks and
ject to check ..................
cash items ......................
226 2 a Time certificates o f de­
Gold coin .............................
2 ,9 4 5 00
posit ...................................
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,6 8 6 70 Savings deposits ................
U. S. and national cur­
Cashiers checks outstand­
rency .................................
7 ,7 0 3 00
ing . ....................................
172 31
Nickels and cents .............
Total ......................... $493,899 72

Total

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

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
A. A. Arnold, G alesville..
$2,500 00 H, A. Jegi, G a le s v ille ....
A. H. A rnold G alesville..
1,000 00 P. H. Johnson, Whitehall
R. H. Ashley, u a lesv ille. .
500 00 C.
A.
Kellman,
Gales­
Lunetta C. Burns, Trem ­
ville ...................................
pealeau .............................
1,300 00 Lizzie B. Kellman, Gales­
ville ....................................
Mrs.
Mary
Bohrnste'dt,
Galesville ........................
1,0 00 0.0 F. A. Kellman, Galesville.
W. C. Bohrnstedt, Arcadia
700 00 W. P. Mailer, Galesville. .
E. J. Brovold, E ttrick. .
500 00 Daniel McKeeth, Galesville
.1. E. Cance, E ttrick . . . .
500 00 Flora McKeeth, Galesville
Fra. F. Clark, Chicago,
A. W. Newman estate, T a­
coma, W ash........................
111....................
2 ,0 0 0 00
L. \V. Clark, Seattle, Wash.
2,5 00 00 Iver Pederson, E t t r i c k . ...
E. F. Clark G a le s v ille ...
8,0 00 00 A. M. Pederson. E ttrick. .
J. F. Cance, Galesville. .' . .
6,5 00 00 Mabel A.
Sagen, Gales­
Wm. Cance, Havre, M ont..
1,0 00 00
ville ...................................
S. H. Dale, G a le s v ille ....
500 00 A. L. Severance, Galesville
B. W. Davis, G alesville..
2,2 00 00 D. II. Strand, Garnsville..
S. C. French, Galesville. .
1,300 00 \ddie S. Tower, La. Crosse.
Mollie A. French, Gales­
Jennie L. Tower, Galesville
D.
Thompson.
ville ....................................
500 00 Mrs. A.
Galesville .........................
Lizzie M. Farrand, Gales­
A.
D.
Thompson,
ville ....................................
1,000 00 Mrs.
Clinton H. French, San
Gdn., Galesville ..............
Francisco, Cal..................
400 00 G. Van Steenwyk estate,
La Crosse .........................
E. Francar, G a le s v ille ....
700 00
Grace M. Veitch, Rush
G. O. Gilbertson & O. F.
City, M inn..........................
Myhre, Galesville .........
1,0 00 00
Hammer & Enghagen, Gales­
W. S. Wadleign. Galesville
ville .................................
500 00 Mrs.
Eliza
M.
Utter,
Leila A. H'olmberg, Canby,
Trempealeau ....................
Minn......................................
300 00
T. E. Jensen, G alesville..
300 00
Total


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$5 0,00 0 00
10 ,0 0 0 00
1 1 ,365 08
429 00
84 ,5 8 7 66
283,815 27
4 5 ,8 1 6 68
7 ,8 86 03
$493,899 72

500 00
1,000 (M
500 00
300 00
1,000 00
300 00
300 00
200 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
300 00
700 00
5 „o 00
500 00
100 00
700 00
600 00
1,5 00 00
300 00
500 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
$50,000 or

Reports of State Banks.

187

Galesville— Farmers and Merchants State Bank.
A. O. NELSON, President.
II. E. CLAUSSEN, V ice President.

G. II. Lawrence,
J. M. Benrud,
A. T. Twesme,
John Dick,
A. D. Burnett,

J. A. BERG, Cashier.
GEO. O. SAGEN, Asst. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
I.
A.
H.
J.

P. Eughagen,
O. Nelson,
F. Claussen,
A. Berg.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

Loans and discounts . . . .
O v e r d r a fts .............................
Stocks and other securi­
ties ....................................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items .......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ..........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............
Total .........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$72,538 75
116 66
-90 00
2 ,1 41
04
5 ,7 7 0 47
336 31
385 00
265 20

Capital stock paid
in ....
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Due to banks— D eposits. .
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................

517 08
2 33
25,971 35
34 ,1 5 8 19
7 ,4 2 0 50

1 ,4 1 3 0o
13 02
$83,069 45

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

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
Peter J. Uhl, G alesville..
$200 00 •1. A. Mason, E ttrick. . . .
Olaus Anderson, Galesville
500 00 T. A. Mason, G alesville..
Odell Gilbertson, Galesville,
C. C. Wason, Galesville. .
R. F. D .................................
300 00 Mrs.
Bell
E.
Spencer,
John Dick, G alesville.........
100 00
Galesville .........................
Robert A. Oliver, Galesville
100 00 Mrs.
David
E.
Truax,
E. W. Parker, Galesville.
300 00
Galesville .........................
C. J. Hogden, B la ir ...........
100 ou IL. S. Hanson, Galesville. .
I. P. Engehagen, E ttrick. .
200 00 John Quinn, G a le s v ille ...
Lars H. Swartaasen, E t­
L. M. Gimmestad, Gales­
trick ................................. .
200 00
ville ....................................
J. E. Knight, Galesville. .
200 00 J. M. Benrud, Galesville.
Robert Grant, G a le sv ille ..
100 00 .1. A. Berg, Galesville.........
G. Hohmberg, Galesville. . .
500 00 J. H. Dale, g alesville. . . .
B. O. Evenson, Galesville
100 00 E. J. Hegge, E t t r i c k . . . . .
Stark Butman, Galesville. .
100 00 G. H. Lawrence, Gales­
Christian
J.
Braaten,
ville ...................................
Galesville .........................
100 00 Geo. W. Smith,
Gales­
C. C. Breningen, Galesville
100 00
ville ....................................
Edward Tidquist, A rcadia
100 00 A. T. Twesme, Galesville. .
J. C. Dopp. E ttrick ...........
100 00 A. O. Nelson, La C rosse..
Ivan G. Dale, G a le s v ille ..
100 00 J. C. Frazer, S parta.........
M. LI. Madson, E t t r ic k ..
100 00 A. D. Burnett, G alesville..
IL. F. Claussen, G alesville..
1,0 00 00 R. J. M cIntyre, Milwaukee
J. A. Lindrud, Galesville.
300 00 Hans O. Benrud, Galesville
P. LI. Claussen, Galesville
200 00 R. A. Smith, Galesville. . . .
A. J. Hogden, E t t r i c k . ...
200 00 Florence Crivits, Trempea­
C. B. Bestul, E t t r ic k .. . .
300 00
leau ......................................
Ella L. W illey, Galesville
200 00 C. H. Farrand, La Crosse
Geo. French, G a le s v ille .. .
100 00
T ole Thompson, Galesville
100 00
Total .........................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1 5,00 0 00

$83,069 45

100 00
100 00
100 0O
200 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
200
200
1,600
100
100

00
00
00
00
00

300 00
200
100
3 ,0 0 0
100
1,0 00
200
100
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

200 00
500 00
$15,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

188

Gays Mills— Bank of Gays Mills.

IT. W. STUCKEY, President.
P. J. LEW IS, Vice President.

O. A. SHERWOOD, Cashier.
J. W. LOWE, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.;
H.
P.
O.
G.

W. Stuckey,
J. Lewis,
P. Olson,
T. Atw'ood,

J. A. Hays,
S. L. Brown,
W. H. Lowe.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discou nts......... $118,668 09 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
6 ,1 0 4 96 Undivided profits, less curBanking house ....................
1 ,8 35 00
rent expenses and taxes
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
1 ,7 8 7 00
paid ....................................
Due from approved reserve
Individual
deposits, subbanks .................................
jf»(»t. to fihfiok ................
16,982 09
Checks on other banks and
Demand certificates of decash items ......................
230 13
posit .................................
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house .................................
1 ,2 6 2 94
Gold coin .............................
505 00
Silver coin ...........................
3 ,0 2 5 85
U. S. and national currency ..................................
5 ,3 7 5 00
Expense account ................
2 ,7 71 47

$2 0,00 0 00

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

$158,547 5b

Total ......................... $1 58,547 53

1 ,5 0 9 37
50 ,083 58
86 ,954 58

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
J.

H.
Lester,
Soldiers
Grove .................................
Timothy Murphy, Soldiers
Grove ..................................
B. H. Twining, Gays M ills.
O. H. Walker, Mt. Sterling.
W. H. Lowe, P e te r s b u r g ...
Monson
Bros.,
Soldiers
Grove .................................
J. M. Dudley, Mt. Sterling.
G. T. Atw ood, Gays M ills. .
W. J. Graff, B oscobel____
O. P. Olson, Soldiers Grove
P. T. Lowe, Gays Mills . . . .
D. L. Ilelligas, N. Dakota
T. L. Thompson, Gays M ills
P. P. Runkel, Gays M ills. .
H. R. Pomeroy, Gays M ills.
P. J. Lewis, Gays M ills. . . .
F. A. Onstine, Gays M ills. .
G. C. Hometh. Barnum . . . .
T. O’Neil, Gays M ills...........


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T. N. Nelson, Gays M ills ..
.Tames Campbell, S teu ben ..
T. P. Dagnon, Gays Mills
500 00 T. T. Sime, Gays M i l l s ...
200 00M. R. Barnum, B a rn u m ..
20000N. Jurgenson, Gays M ills ..
10000O. A. Sherwood, Gays M ills
J. A. Hays, Gays M ills. . . .
100 00 S. L. Brown, Gays M ills .. .
10000E. G. Briggs, clays M ills. . .
500 00A. B. Tetshammer, Ferryville ....................................
1 ,1 0 0 00
100 00L. P. Lathrop. B a rn u m .. . .
100 00Z. E. Reed, B oscobel.........
500 00Ole Fortney, Gays M ills. . .
200 OOA. G. Puerner, Gays M ills.
200 00Prances P. Dudley, Mt. Ster­
200 00 ling ......................................
600 00H. W. Stuckey, Gays M ills.
600 00P. R. Garvey, Gays M ills.
200 00
T o t a l ...........................
100 00
$100 00

20000
100 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
11,000 00
600 00
300 00
200 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
300 00
500 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
$20,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

189

Genesee Depot— State Bank of Genesee Depot.

W. H. ELIAS, President.
T. D A V ID EDW ARDS, Vice President.

G. S. EVARTS, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
John Burnell,
P. W. Schwinn,
C. R. Jones,
R. C. Mason,

Howard Greene,
W. H. Elias,
T. David Edwards.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

Loans and d iscounts.........
Overdrafts ............................
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash i t e m s .........................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency . . . ; .........................
Nickels and cents ..............
Total .........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$3 2,14 7
825
275
2 ,1 4 0

83
03
00
67

9 ,4 4 6 16
495 35
670 00
3 9 7 80

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
je ct to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ........... ....

$1 0,00 0 00
1 ,0 4 0 03
14 ,0 8 6 18
2 2 ,343 90
' 519 26

1 ,5 5 5 00
36 53
$47,989 37

Total

$47,989 37

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
Howard Greene, M ilwau­
kee ......................................
J. D. Gibson, Genesee De­
pot .............................................
Joseph
Garlow,
Genesee
Depot ........................................
Fred W. Schwinn, Genesee
Depot .................................
John
Sherman,
North
Prairie .....................................
Henry
Iloeft,
North
P rairie ...............................
C.
R.
Jones,
Genesee
Depot .................................
R.
C.
Mason,
Genesee
Depot ........................................
Robert
H.
Williams,
Wales ........................................


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W. H. Elias, W ales...........
Owen R. Jones, W a le s ...
Fred
Schnitzler,
North
100 0 » Prairie .............................
James
Proctor,
Genesee
300 00 Depot .................................
J. M. Ir o cto r ,
Genesee
300 00
Depot .................................
Mrs. W. H. Pett, E a g le ..
100 00Albert O. Pett, E a g l e . . . .
T. David Edwards, Gene
100 00
see Depot .........................
T. J. Price, Genesee Depot
500 00 Morgan W illiams, W a le s ..
Miss Ida Sherman, North
200 00 Prairie ...............................
Leno.
Heintz,
North
200 00 Prairie .............................

$500 00

5 0 0 00

200 00
200 00
5 0 0 00
5 0 0 00

200 00
200 00
500 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
100 00

190

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
J.

G. Pronold, Genesee
Depot .................................
Arthur Richards, Yalcon,
M ich......................................
D.
C.
Jones,
Genesee
Depot .................................
John
Marher,
Genesee
Depot ...............................
David W. W illiams, Gene­
......................
see Depot
Delana R- Chambers, Milton Junction ..................
S. C. Chambers, M ilton
Junction
......................
Thos. Pugh,W a u k e s h a ....
Ray M. Funk, Genesee. . .
C. H.
Fintel,
Genesee
Depot ................... ...........
P. J. Linehan,
Genesee
Depot .................................


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.T. D. Grant, D o u s m a n ....
Harvey Grant, D ou sm a n ..
G.
S.
Evarts,
Genesee
Depot .................................
200 00
John
Burnell,
North
Prairie ...............................
100 00
Milo M uckleston, Wauke­
sha .....................................
100 00
Mrs. Fred W. Schwinn,
Genesee Depot . . . . . . . .
100 00
Ed. J. Gibson, W aukesha.
D.
Gibson,
Genesee
100 0b J.
Depot ...............................
Steinkraus,
North
100 00 Gus.
100 00 Prairie ...............................
100 00 Edwards & Burnell, Trus­
tees, Genesee D e p o t .. ..
500 00
Total .........................
200 00

200 00

100 00
100 00
300 00
700 00
500 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
400 00
$10,000 00

Reports of State Banks,

191

Genoa— Genoa State Bank.

ALBERT ZABOLIO, President.
G. A. KAE PPLE R , Vice President.

C. T. GARVEY, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Albert Zabolio,
G. A. Kaeppler,
A. Tulloch,

Mathew Guscetti,
Charles Ott.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ............................
Banking house ...................
Furniture and fixtures . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks'.'.'.'.
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total

L ia b ilitie s .

$56,120
136
2 ,5 0 0
1 ,5 2 6

85
84
Ou
62

10 ,335
3 ,4 8 7
10
592

21
17
00
99

Capital
stock paid in ___
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
P.aM
V G ......................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit
......................

$1 0,00 0 00
724 78
15 ,072 89
50 ,533 11

1 ,5 6 2 00
59 10
$76,330 78

Total

$76,330 78

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
G. A. Kaeppler, La Crosse
Geo. H. Gordon, La Crosse
A. Tulioch, V ictory . . . . . .
C. T. Garvey, G enoa. . . .
Edward Mundsock, Genoa
Albert .T. Hall, Genoa. . . .
Fred Morelli, G enoa.........
Wili am Pedretti, Genoa. .
Carlo Maltrassio, Genoa.
Mathew Guscetti, Genoa. .
Louis Monti, Sr., Genoa.
J. H. Hallenbeck, Genoa. .
G. A. Hallenbeck, Genoa. .
Henry Lupie. G en oa...........
Albert Zabolio, G e n o a ...
A. Ph. Kremer, Genoa. . . .


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$2,500
500
1,0 00
800
100
300
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

200 00

200
300
300
100
•100
100
700
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

Irven H. Riley. G e n o a ....
Fred Rahrer, G enoa...........
Dolphis Zabolio, Genoa. . . .
Mary Downey, Genoa.........
A. B. Downey, G enoa.........
Paul Malin, G enoa................
Gus Zabolio, G enoa.............
S. Ross Johnston, Genoa. .
E.
L. Kimball, Genoa.
Mack Shumwa.y, Genoa. . . .
Charles Ott, G enoa.............
George Ott, G enoa................
Anna Bariiini, G en oa.........
Charles Giiardi, Genoa. . . .
Total

200
100
100
200
200
500
200
100
200
100
200
200
100
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$10,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

192

Genoa Junction— Citizens State Bank.
C. A. STONE. Cashier.
GRACE G. STONE, Asst. Cashier.

.TAMES G. ALLEN , President.
H.
W. SM ITH, Vice President.

D IR E C TO RS.
James G. Allen,
H.
W. Smith,
R. Holmes,

C. D. Blank,
C. E. Williams.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and d iscounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national 'currency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

$96,492
2 ,2 63
2 ,7 00
1,9 75

3i
30
00
05

60,293 15
175 67
10 00
613 50

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
«$12,000 00
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid
....................................
10 ,300 67
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ........................
80 ,904 87
Demand certificates of de­
....................................
67 ,555 70
posit

6,3 15 00
13 17

Total ......................... $170,851 2*

Total ...................... .. $170,851 24

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
C. A. Stone, Genoa Junc­
tion ....................................
.Tas. G. Allen, Lake Geneva
H. W. Smith, Genoa Junc­
tion ....................................
C. D. Blank, Genoa Junc­
tion ....................................
C. E. W illiams,
Genoa
Junction ...........................
John Hoffman, Lake Ge­
neva ...................................
E. G. Price, Lake Geneva
John Knobbe, Chicago, 111.
Joe M erritt. Lake Geneva.
W. S. M erritt, R ockford,
111

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

Aug. Rothe, Genoa Junc­
tion ...................................
A. C. Rowe, Genoa J unc­
tion ....................................
C. .T. Kull. Lake Geneva. . .
A. Trumblee, Genoa Junc­
tion ....................................
Fred
S. Paskie,
Genoa
Junction ...........................


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Fred Gleason, Genoa Junetion ....................................
$1,000 OO
1 ,5 0 0 00 R. L. Gifford, Genoa Junetion ......................................
500 00 F. M. Miller, Genoa Junetion ....................................
1,000 00 James Head, Harvard, III.
.7. M. Carey & Son, Genoa
Junction ...........................
SOO 00
Holmes Bros., Genoa Junetion ....................................
500 00
200 00 D. R. Kimball, Genoa June2,1 00 00
tion ....................................
800 00 E. O. Kull, Genoa Junction
Wm.
Sponholtz,
Genoa
Junction ...........................
500 00
.T. G. Jones, Lake Geneva.
H. Miller, Genoa
100 00 John
Junction ...........................
200 00 Charles French, Lake Geneva ....................................
100 00
Chas. D. Miller, Genoa
300 00
Junction ...........................
100 00

Total

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

200 00
200 00
100 on
100 00
300 00
500 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
$12,000 00

Reports of State Baiiks.

193

Gillett— Citizens State Bank.

P. F. KOSKE, President.
AUG. ZIP P E L, Vice President.

H. A. KOSKE, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
August Zippel,
Peter Gomber,
F.
F. Koske,

H. A. Koske,
H. C. Sorensen.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ............................
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fixtures . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Geld coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............

L ia b ilitie s .

$98,643
822
6 ,2 5 0
2 ,0 0 0

27
56
00
00

1 ,9 6 5 66
1 ,8 5 6 62
44 80
3 ,8 45 00
405 35

Capital stock paid in ........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$25,000 00
850 00
2 ,7 9 8 97
30 ,261 37
54 ,168 05
4 ,7 8 1 60

1 ,9 2 0 00
106 73

T otal ......................... $117,859 99

Total ......................... $117,859 99

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
F. F. Koske, G ille tt.........
$12,900
August Zippel, G i l l e t t ....
2 ,5 0 0
Peter Gomber, G ille t t.. . .
800
Anthony Gomber, G illett.
1 ,5 0 0
H. C. Sorensen, G ille t t ...
2 ,7 0 0
Wm. Rasmusen, P u lc ife r ..
500
C. S. Gerlach, G illett............
500
B. A. Mosling, M osling. .
300
H. A. Koske, G illett.............
400
Josephine Humphrey, Cal.
200
Gustav Bocher, G illett. . .
200
Ernest Barkman, G ille t t ..
200
Esther Arneson, G ille t t..
200
.T. M. Melchoir, G illett. . .
200
Sam Olson, G illett.
200
A. M. Hanson, G illett. .
100
G, Grotelueschen, G illett.,
100

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00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

Frank Foelker, Gillett . .
H. A. Brock, G illett.............
Lewis Nayes, G illett . . . .
A lfred Nayes, G illeic. . . .
Hans Slang, G illett...........
Graham Young, G i l l e t t ....
Sam Gilbertsen, Gillett . .
Alex. Gilbertsen, G illett. .
John Gomber, G illett.........
.Tames Slang, G illett.........
D. L. Krake, P ulcifer . . . .
Olaf Pederson, G illett. . . .
Andrew Fromness, G illett.
Sam Engelbretsen, Gillett
Total

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

100
100
100
100
100
1^0
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
200

00
no
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
no
00
00

$25,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

194

Gilmanton— Gilmanton State Bank.

GEO. W. SM ITH, President.
A. D. SMITH, Vice President.

E. W. HANSON, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Geo. W. Smith,
A. D. Smith,
E. A. Kenyon,
H. D. Forest,

Jerry Gumbert,
Ludwig Schultz,
A. B. Hutchinson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts.........
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ... .
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............
Expense account ................
Total

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

L ia b ilitie s .

$2 1,53 2 69 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
2 ,5 0 0 Ou Undivided profits, less cur­
1 ,8 14 64
rent expenses and taxes
..............
paid
2 ,5 8 9 93 Individual
deposits, sub­
489 73
ject to check ....................
330 00 Demand certificates of de­
309 05
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
1 ,6 3 9 00
posit .................................
20 70
933 4u

$1 0,00 0 00

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

$32,159 23

$3 2,15 9 23

516 75
14 ,4 6 0 23
711 25
6 ,4 7 1 00

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Geo. W. Smith, Gilmanton .....................................
A. D. Smith, G ilm an ton ..
Wm. Gumbert, M o n d o v i...
Elvin Loomis, M o n d o v i...
K. L. Borson, M ondovi. . .
Wm. Lieberman, M ondovi.
F. L. Mattausch, Cream.
E. B. Clark, G ilm an ton ..
H. D. Forrest, Gilmanton
M. E. Forrest, Gilm anton.
Henrv Landis, Gilm anton.
Christ Gluesing, Gilmanton .....................................
A. J. Schultz, Gilm anton.
W. G. Goodermote, Gilmanton .............................
Cornelia Hadley, M ondovi
.Terry Gumbert, Gilmanton
Robert Schultz, C r e a m ...


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A lbert Linse, M o n d o v i....
George Lieberman, Mondovi ....................................
Chas. Rutschow, Cream . .
S. S. Cooke, Independence
Geo. F. Krampeter, Mondovi ...................................
Carl Esbnch, G ilm an ton ..
John J. Rud, M o n d o v i...
Jos. P. Rast, M o n d o v i....
Hans Johnson, Gilm anton.
Edw. Krampeter, Gilmanton ..........................................
100 Ou C. .T. Sund, G ilm anton. . .
Haunschild,
Gil100 00 Henry
manton .............................
100 00 Louis Haunschild, Gilman100 00
ton ......................................
300 00 E. W. Hanson, Gilmanton
E.
F. Turner, Gilm anton.
100 00

$2 ,800
500
100
100
200
100
100
100
300
100
100

00
00
00
00
0O
00
00
00
00
DO
00

100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100
200
100
100
200

00
Ou
00
Ou
00

100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
100 0b

Reports o f State Banks.

195

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
E.

E. Hutchinson, Mondovi ....................................
A. B. Hutchinson, Gilmanton .............................
Nick Hanseman, Gilmanton .....................................
Ludvig Schultz, M ondovi.
Jacob Grass, G ilm anton..
P. J. Hutchinson, Gilman­
ton ......................................
Sue Humbert, G ilm anton!!
E. A. Kenyon, Gilm anton.
W illus Hadley, M o n d o v i..
Jeanie Smith, M ondovi . .
A lbert Rooshup, M ondovi.


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200 00
500 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
100
100
300
100
100
100

00
Ob
Ob
00
Ob
00

Ella Fluke, G ilm a n to n ...
Lena Fluke, G ilm a n to n ...
Mary Hutchinson, Gilman­
.................................
ton
Danford C. Loomis, Gil­
manton .............................
Guy Loomis, M o n d o v i....
George E. Loomis, M on­
dovi ....................................
Blanche Jaouish, M ondovi
Carrie
Jaquish,
Eau
Claire ...............................
Chas. Loomis, Gilm anton.
T otal

100 00
100 00
100 00

100 00

100 00

100 00

100 00
100 00
100 00
$ 10,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

196

Glen Haven— The Glen Haven Bank.

W. H. JORDAN, President.
J. S. KIDD, Vice President.

EDW IN BARR, Cashier.

D IR E C TO R S.
M. W. M etcalf,
Wm. Hutchcroft,
Marlow Kidd.

J. S. Kidd,
W. H. Jordan,
Wm. Forck,
W ill Morrissey,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and d iscou n ts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking bouse ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national currency ..................................
Nickels and cents .............

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

$92,742
686
2 ,0 0 0
1,7 00

42
57
00
00

29 ,072 70
347 12
46 35
800 0b
1 ,1 45 30

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fu n d ........................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, subject to check ..................
Demand certificates of deposit ..................................
Time certificates of deposit ..................................

$10,000 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
313 84
25 ,494 05
521 00
92,641 77

3 ,3 8 4 00
46 20
$131,970 66

Total ......................... $1 31,970 6tt

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Albert
Kuenster,
Glen
Haven ...............................
Gustave
Kuenster,
Glen
Haven .............
V. S. Kidd, Taber, Alberta
Canada ..................
Wm. Forck, Glen H a v e n ..
W. F.
Ackerman, Glen
Haven ...............................
M. W. M etcalf, Glen Haven
J. S. Kidd. Glen H a v e n ..
Jas. M etcalf, Glen H aven.


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$500 00
500 00
1 ,5 00 00
1 ,0 00 00
500
500
1 ,0 00
500

00
00
00
00

M arlow Kidd, L a n ca ster..
L. H. Bennett, Glen Haven
Wm.
H u tchcroft,
Glen
Haven.....................................
Lewis Kraut, Glen Haven
John Lambin, Glen Haven
W ill Morrissey, Bloom ing­
ton ......................................
Jas. A. Valentine, Madison.
W. H. Jordan, Glen Haven
Total

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

1,0 00 00
100 00
500 00
200 00
200 00
500 00
1,0 00 00
500 00
$10,000 00

197

Reports of State Banks.

Glenwood— First State Bank of Glenwood.

M. F. BAKER, Cashier.
H. L. PAYNE, Asst. Cashier.

A. J. Y ANDER HIDEN, President.
P. A. BEEBE, Vice President.

D IR E C TO RS.
A. J. Vander Hiden,
P. A. Beebe,
M. F. Baker,

D. C. Coolidge,
S. E. Lindefield.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and d iscou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S'., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ........................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S', and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............

$93,972 50
83 31
600 0b
3 ,3 22 00
1 ,4 6 5 00
16 ,213 26
644 30
205 00
854 20
4 ,5 9 7 00
21 10

Total ......................... $121,977 67

Capital stock paid in . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Special deposit ..................
Time certificate's of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits .............
Certified checks ..................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

$10,000 00
200 00
1 ,8 9 0 99
5 9 ,080 20
68 22
33 ,282 5w
7 ,5 4 3 39
800 00
9 ,1 1 2 25

T otal ........... ............. $121,977^67

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
D. C. Coolidge, Downir g . . .
Me'rton F. Baker, Gier wood
A. J. Vander Hiden, Glen­
w ood ....................................
P. A . Beebe. G lenw ood.........
A. C. Harriman, Glenwood.
Henry Vaü Ryn, Glenwood


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$5,300 00 J. S. Teigen, Glenw ood. . .
1,6 00 00 S. E. Lindefield, Em erald.
Fred Hailey, W alw orth. . .
1,000 00 N. J. Baker, Elgin, M inn..
1,000 00 M. E. Feller, Oconomowoc
200 00
2 00 00

Total

100
200
200
100
100

00
00
00
00
00

$10,000 00

198

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking.

Glidden— Glidden State Bank.

H. FLEISHBEIN, President.
A. FLEISHBEIN, Vice President.

H ARRY C. BEAL, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
H. Fleishbein,
A. Fleishbein,
P. E. Fleishbein,

Harry C. Beal,
Wm. Armstrong.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts........
Overdrafts ...........................
Stocks and other securi­
ties .....................................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
Other real estate o w n e d ..
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S', and national cur­
rency ..................................
Nickels and cents ..............
Total .........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$4 2,12 6 5b
1 ,3 4 6 65
2 ,7 4 9 52
800 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
11 ,6 6 2 28
1 ,7 52 47

Capital stock paid in _____
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
je ct to check ......................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .......................................

$ 5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,6 4 1 89
23 ,8 4 9 07
32 ,9 1 9 79

2 ,6 3 8 46
595 00
211 75
1 ,9 9 3 00
35 04
$ 6 6,91 0 7b

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

$ 6 6,91 0 7b

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
H. Fleishbein, G lid d e n ...
P. E. Fleishbein, Glidden.
H arry C. Beal, G lidden. .
Wm. Arm strong, De Pere.


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$200 00
2 .2 0 0 00
200 00
2 . 2 0 0 00

A.

Fleishbein, Ironw ood,
M c h ......................................
Total

200 00
$5 ,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

199

Grafton— Grafton State Bank.

LOUIS L. ZAUN, Cashier.
ROB’T P. ZAUN, Asst. Cashier.

WM. W EBER, Pres'dent.
A L B E R T K ATH , V ice President.

D IRECTO RS.
Hy. Hennings,
Albert Kath,
Louis L. Zaun,

P- C. Mintzlaff,
Wm. Weber.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and d iscounts.........
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
14 ,000 00 Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
2 ,3 5 0 00
paid ....................................
1,3 7 5 Oo
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
14 ,240 27”
Time * certificates o f de­
posit .................................
1 ,6 8 8 44
1 ,0 1 7 50 Savings deposits ................
677 20

$95,328 28

$10,000 00
500 00
1 ,7 3 2 61
29 ,618 99
5 0 ,1 5 7 35
41 ,4 3 7 04

2 ,7 2 0 00
49 3 »

Total ...................... .. $133,445 99

Total ......................... $133,445 99

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Louis L. Zaun,
Lom ira. .
F. C. Mintzlaff,
G rafton. .
Albert Kath, Grafton . .
C. F. Mintzlaff,
G r a fto n ..
Wm. Weber, Grafton -----Fred Kohlwey, G rafton . .
Clausing & Blank. Grafton
C. Gerlach. Grafton . . . .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$6,500
700
500
200
400
100
200
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

H. Ilenn'ngs, G r a f t o n . ...
Geo. Blank, G r a f t o n . ...
H. Ilovener, G ra fton .........
W. H. Ilovener, Grafton
Theo. Clausing, G rafton. .
Rob’ t P. Zaun, G r a fto n ..
Total

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

200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
300 00
$1 0,00 0 00

200

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Grand Rapids— Bank of Grand Rapids.

ISAAC P. W IT T E R , President.
GEO. W. MEAD, Vice President.

E. B. REDFORD, Cashier.
W. G. SCHROEDE'L, Asst.

Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Isaac P. W itter,
Emily L. W itter,

Geo. W. Mead.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discou nts......... $351,066 36
5 ,5 9 0 54
Overdrafts ............................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
4 9 ,775 50
Stocks and other securi­
ties ....................................
5 ,0 4 0 00
Other real estate o w n e d ..
1 ,9 0 9 21
Due from approved reserve
,
banks ...............................
20 ,245 59
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
20 ,9 2 0 19
Gold coin .............................
5 ,4 0 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
2 ,2 8 6 80
TJ. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
4 ,0 9 0 00
Nickels and cents .............
79 68
Orders ....................................
1 ,7 6 4 01
Total ......................... $4 68,167 88

Capital stock paid in ........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check .............
Time certificates o f de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................
Certified checks ..................

$5 0,00 0 00
10 ,0 0 0 00
6,8 3 5 58
206,215 39
167,498 26
2 5 ,6 1 8 65
2 ,0 0 0 00

Total ......................... $468,167 8b

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Isaac P. W itter, Grand
Rapids ...............................
Mrs.
Emily
L.
W itter,
Grand Rapids ................


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$19,900 00
4 ,0 0 0 00

Geo.
W.
Mead,
Grand
Rapids ...........................
•I. D. W itter estate, G’rand
Rapids .............................
Total

100 00
2 6 ,000 00
$5 0,00 0 00

201

Reports of State Banks,

Granton— -Farmers State Bank.

ROBERT KURTH, President.
JOHN P. KIN TZELE, V ice President.

W. SCOTT DAVIS. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Robert Kurth,
Jno. P. Kintzele,
Geo. A. Ure,
W. Scott Davis,

Carl C. Berg,
John J. Wright,
A. J. Knorr.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.
Loans and discounts ........
Overdrafts ............................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

L ia b ilitie s .
$96,050
1,1 21
2 ,8 5 0
1 ,7 9 0

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ..........
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................

21,761
2 ,0 54
630
204

$1 0,00 0 00
1 ,7 5 0 00
1 ,3 6 9 53
50 ,059 99
63 ,695 63
1 ,5 6 2 80

1 ,8 89
86
$128,437 95

Total ......................... $128,437 95

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
Herman H. Henning, Chi
Aug. F. Dankemeyer, Chili
Frank K rejci, G r a n to n ...
Henry Fischer, Granton.
Fred W. Davis, Granton.
Warren W. Page, Granto
Carl C. Berg, G ranton. . .
John I*. Kintzele, Granto
W. Scott Davis, Granton
Noble Downer, Granton.
Ernest Lee, G'ranton. . . .
Fred, J. R'edel, Granton.
August Roder, G ranton. .
H. E. W. Krause, Granto
A. J. Knorr, G r a n t o n ....
C. M. Oison, Couderay. .
Robert Kurth, Neillsville
Minnie Kurth, Neillsville
Wm. Kurth. N e illsville..
Daniel Gluck, G r a n to n ...
Chas. Dietrich, Granton.
John Dietrich, Granton.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$200
200
100
100
500

00
00
00
00
00

200
300
300
200
100
100
200
100
500
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

500
200
100
100

00
00
00
00

100 00

1,000 00
1,000 00

H. E. Williams, Granton
John Wright, G r a n to n ...
P. N. Christenson, Marsh
field .................................
Richard Kurth, Granton.
Phillip
J.
Kemmetere
G'ranton ........................
Louis S. Davis, Granton.
Ross Paulson, Granton. .
Bertha Paulson, Granton
Mary E. Tufts, W ithee. .
John Bryden, Greenwood
Oscar Fricke, N eillsville.
Geo. A. Ure, G r a n to n ...
Edna Kurth, Neillsville . .
H. B. Holmes, Granton. . .
John Ure, Gran ton . . . .
E. R. W onser, G ranton. . .
T. D. Wage. G r a n t o n ....
John Henning, Chili. . . .
Total

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

400 00
500 00
100 00
100 00
200
200
200
200
300
100
100
300
100
500
200
100
100
100

00
00
00
Od
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$10,000 09

202

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Grantsburg— First Bank of Grantsburg.

A. P. NELSON, President.
OLE ANDERSON, Vice President.

L. R. ROBERTS, Cashier.
ROLT. CASSEL, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Ole Anderson,
S. Thoreson,
A. P. Nelson,

Wm. Anderson,
Andrew Peterson.
L. R. Roberts.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $293,101 13
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
944 00
Banking house ..................
2 ,2 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
hanks .................................
2 7 ,104 93
Checks on other banks and
cash items .......................
1 ,1 9 3 56
Gold coin .............................
2 ,9 8 2 50
Silver coin ...........................
850 00
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
4 ,1 4 5 00
Nickels and cents .............
112 29
Total ......................... $332,633 41

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’ s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

$25,000 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,6 3 6 23
88 ,0 5 9 74
9 8 ,458 28
108,461 43
6 ,0 1 7 73

Total ......................... $332,633 41

N AM ES OP STO C K H O L D E R S.
A. P. Nelson, G ran tsb u rg ..
Simon Thoreson, Grants­
burg .....................................
Ole Anderson, Grantsburg.
Gust. R. Wedin, Grants­
burg ....................................
Wm.
Anderson,
Grants­
burg ...................................
Andrew Peterson, Grants­
burg ....................................


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$7,000 00 Thorsten
Olsen,
Grants­
burg .................................
3 .5 0 0 00 M ary
Hickerson, Grants­
3.5 00 00
burg .....................................
P. E. Peterson, Grantsburg
1,200 00 L. R. Roberts, Grantsburg.
N. C. Unseth. Grantsburg. .
1,000 00 Anton M. Anderson, Grants­
burg .....................................

1,000 00
T otal

500 00
4 .0 00
1.000
1,000
600

00
00
00
00

700 00
$25,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

203

Gratiot— Gratiot State Bank.

II. W. BURMETSTER, President.
JAMES A. KELLEY, Vice President

C. M. LUND, C asher.

D IR E C TO RS.
H. W. Burmeister,
James A. Kelley,
C. M. Lund.

J. A. Wand,
Wm. Coughlin.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $113,736 S4
Overdrafts ...........................
152 28
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ......................
9 ,0 0 0 00
Banking house ..................
3 ,5 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,7 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
hanks .................................
32 ,922 73
Gold coin .............................
1 ,3 05 00
Silver coin ...........................
496 45
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
4 ,0 3 7 00
Nickels and cents ..............
59 94
Total ......................... $166,910 24

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid
..................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
je ct to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ....................

$10,000 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
589 81
33 ,015 31
120,805 12

Total ......................... $166,910 24

N AM ES OF ST O C K H O L D E R S.
H. W. Burmeister, Gratiot
Wm. Coughlin, G r a t io t.. .
James A. Kelley, G ratiot.
C. M. Lund, G ratiot.........


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$4 ,7 0 0
500
1,7 00
2 ,5 00

00
00
00
00

Clyde Lund, Warren, III.
J. A. Wand, G ratiot.........
Total

100 00
500 00
$10,000 00

204

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Green Bay— Bank of Green Bay.

PETER F. DORSCHEL, President.
L. GOTFREDSON, V ice President.

H. R. ERICHSEN, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Peter F. Dorschel,
Wm. L. Evans,
W alter T. Hagen,
Joseph F. Martin,
Lawrence G’otfredson,

Chas. R. Cady,
V ictor I. Minahan,
Joseph H. Servotte,
Henry Herrick.

Statement, November 10, 1910,,
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discou nts......... $201,604 92
U. S., state, municipal and
1 7 ,400 00
Other bonds ....................
Banking nouse ..................
1 4 ,6 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
2 ,6 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks ........................
4 2 ,3 9 6 52
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house .................................
1,9 0 5 94
Gold coin .............................
1 ,4 1 0 00
1 ,4 39 15
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
8 ,9 5 2 On
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............
180 93
Total ......................... $292,489 46

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
je ct to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

Total

$2 5,00 0 0 b
4 ,2 0 0 00
1 ,6 45 72
82,025 95
88 ,399 26
91 ,218 53

$292,489 46

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
R. E. Minahan, Green Bay
P. F. Dorschel, Green Bay
H. R. Erichsen, Green Bay
Jos. F. Martin, Green Bay
W. L. Evans, Green B ay. .
W. T. Hagen, Green B ay.
Chas. R. Cady, Green Bay
C. G. W ilcox, De P e re.........
V. I. Minahan, Green Bay
P. A. Van Susteran, Green
Bay ....................................
N. J. Monahan, Green Bay
L. A. Ricklin, Green B a y ..
L. C. Locklin, A s h la n d ...
Horace J. Smith, Green
B ay ......... ..........................
R. C. Buchanan, Green Bay
M. J. O’Brien, Green Bay
E. S. Schmidt, Green Bay
P. J. Lochman, Kaukauna.


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$1 ,500
1,00 0
1,800
1,100
500

00
00
00
00
00

1,000 00

1,000 00
500 00

1,000 00
200
500
2 ,0 00
500

00
00
00
00

1,000 00
500 00
500 00

J. H. M. Wigman, Green
Bay ....................................
A. F. Olmsted, Green Bay
J. J. Fox, Green B ay. . . .
Henry Herrick, Green B ay.
Charles Le Comte, G'reen
Bay ....................................
Edw. R'. Theby, Green Bay
P. H. M artin, Green B ay.
Lawrence Gotfredson, Green
Bay ......................................
Otto Kaap, Green B a y . . .
Nic. Meyer, Green B a y . . .
II. M. Beck estate, Green
Bay ....................................
Jos. H. Servotte, G'reen Bay
Nic. Filz. St. N azianz.........
Jno. M. Boland, Green Bay

1,000 00
500 00

T otal .........................

1,000
500
500
1,000

00
00
00
00

500 00
600 00
1,000 00
1,500 00
100 00
500 00
500
500
200
500

00
00
00
00

$2 5,000 00

Reports* of State Banks.

205

Green Bay— The Farmers Exchange Bank.

J. H. OSTERLOH, President.
FRED A. RAHR, V ice President.

A. L. CANNARD, Cashier.

D IR E C TO R S.
Fred A. Rahr,
J. H. Osterloh,
Samuel H. Cady,
N. Feldhausen,

Phil. A. Haevers,
J. S. Johnson,
H. Cleermans,
J. V. Micksch.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discou nts......... $182,021 67
Overdrafts ...........................
625 61
U. S., state, municipal and
587 9 3
other bonds ....................
Stocks and other securi­
ties ....................................
1 80
Banking house ....................
9 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
5 ,4 5 9 75
Other real estate o w n e d ..
16 ,633 80
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
17,885 64
Due from other banks. . .
5 ,6 8 4 89
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house .................................
4 ,5 4 6 20
1 ,0 4 0 50
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
767 90
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
6 ,4 7 5 00
Nickels and cents ..............
87 8 7
T otal ......................... $2 50,818 56

Capital stock paid i n . . .
Surplus fund ..................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Due to banks— D ep osits!!
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits . . . . ! ! ! !

Total

$30,000 00
5 ,5 0 0 00
294 35
409 63
83 ,0 9 7 14
73 ,353 02
58 ,164 42

$250,818 56

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
B. Abrahams, Green B ay.
John Becher, Green B ay. . .
J. J. Bins, Green B a y . . . .
Hubert Basten, Green Bay.
S. A. Bell, Green B a y . ; . .
Samuel H. Cady, Green
B a y ......................................
Henry Cleermans, Green
Bay .....................................
W illiam Cleermans, Green
Bay ....................................
F. J. Hannon, Green B ay. .


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$200
200
500
100
2,0 00
500
1,0 00
1,000
1,5 00

00 Lizzie Reis, Green B a y . . .
00 Robert
Gerstner,
Green
00
B ay ....................................
00 John Connelly, Green Bay
00 John Kriescher, Green B ay
J. J. Cannard, Green Bay
00 J. E. Connelly, Green Bay
John Conrad, Green B a y .. .
00 John Degroot, Green B a y ..
Felix Decock, Green B a y .
00 N. Feldhausen, Green Bay
00 J. P. Francois, Green B a y .

100 00
1 ,3 0 0 00
200 00
200 00
1,0 00 00
200 00
100 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
900 00

206

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

N AM ES OE S T O C K H O L D E R S -C on tin u ed.
H. A. Foeller, Green B a y . .
F. C. Grimmer, Green Bay
H. D. Van Seggern, Green
B a y ......................................
M. T. Anderegg, Green Bay
Joseph Degree!, Green Bay
Phil. A. Haevers, Green
Bay ....................................
Joseph Hacker, Green Bay
Christ Hansen, Green B ay.
Frank
Heyrman,
Green
B a y ......................................
•J. S. Johnson, Green Bay
Math. Zilles, Green B a y ..
Graner & Abrams, Green
Bay ....................................
Edwin Liebman, Green Bay
Peter Lagers Green B a y ..
Fred Lang, Green B a y . . . .
Alphonse LaMarre, Green
B a y ......................................
James Larkin, Green B ay. .
J. V. M icksch, Green Bay
Frank Blunde, New Franklin ......................................
Theo. Mallette, Green Bay
J. H. Osterloh, Green B ay.


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100 00
bOO 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
bOO 00
100 00
200 00
500 00
1,100 00
500
500
1,000
100

00
00
00
00

100 00
100 00
500 00
200 00
100 on
2,0 00 00

Anton
Pasterski,
Green
B a y ......................................
Andrew Reis, Green B a y ..
Fred A. Rahr, Green Bay
Joseph Servass, Green Bay
Herman Smits, Green Bay
J. H. Siegmund, Green
B ay ....................................
Lorenz Schauer, Green Bay
L. C. Schauer, Green B ay. .
Louis Schoen, Green B a y . .
P. A. Van Sustern, Green
Bay ....................................
M. Van Langenberg, Green
Bay ....................................
W. P. Wagner, Green Bay
M. Windhauser, Green Bay
D. J. W ittig, Green B a y ..
A. L. Cannard, Green B ay.
A. H. Duchateau, Jr., Green
B a y ......................................
Joseph Foeller. Green B av.
John De Baker, Green Bay
Jos. Hoslett. Green B a y ..
Julia Gerstmer, Green Bay
Total

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

100
1,200
1,000
500
1,000

00
00
00
00
OJ

100
100
100
200

00
00
00
00

300 00
100
1,5 00
100
200
1,000

00
00
00
00
00

500
100
200
100
100

00
00
00
00
00

$30,000 00

Beports of State Banks,

207

Green Lake— Green Lake State Bank.
C.
N.

S. MORRIS, President.
W. TAYLOR, V ice President.

M. C. GARDENIER. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
C.
N.
•T.
H.

S. Morris,
W. Taylor,
R. Brooks.
H. Morris,

L. D. Patterson,
S. G. Potter,
M. C. Gardenier.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $178,132 32
Overdrafts ...........................
869 42
U. S., state, municipal and
32 ,0 0 0 00
other bonds ....................
Banking house ...................
5 ,2 5 9 22
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
2 ,7 0 4 81
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
41 ,5 3 2 80
Due from other b a n k s..
1 ,0 7 7 24
Gold coin .............................
495 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 , O il 4b
U. S. and national cur­
rency .....................
5 ,4 8 9 0u
Nickels and cents ..............
77 70
Total

......................... $268,648 96

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$2 5,000 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,7 2 9 27
4 6 ,6 1 7 97
187,301 72

Total ......................... $268,648 96

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
John J. W ood. .Tr.. Berlin
Clara A. M orris, B e r lin ..
R. A. Christie, B e r l i n ....
J. R. Brooks, Green Lake
E. C. Smith. M arkesan. . .
Ilom er H. M orris, Green
Lake ....................................
Geo. S. Thrasher, Green
Lake .................................
M. C. Gardenier, Green
Lake ....................................
W. D. Gardenier. Markesan
Don. IT. Wheeler, Cherry
Creek, N. Y ........................
Samuel
Scholes,
Green
Lake ...................................
Edw. M orris, Chicago, 111.
C. S. Morris. B e rlin .........
W illiam Smith, Green Lake
S. G'. Potter, Green Lake
Izorn L. Greenway, Green
Lake
...............................
May Greenway Mathews,
St. Louis, Mo. . ..............
Carol G. Pollard, Sioux
City, Iowa ......................
W. E. Parker, Green Lake


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$500
1 ,0 0 0
500
500
1,0 00

O0
00
OO
00
00

1,500 00
500 00
1,0 00 00
300 00
1,000 00
200
500
6,5 00
200
200

00
00
00
00
00

400 00
300 00
300 00
300 OU

C. M. Walker, Green Lake
I. O. Sherwood, Green Lake
L. D. Patterson, Green
Lake ...................................
A. L. Palmer, Green Lake
W. S. Haigh, Green Lake
Susan M orris, Green Lake
N. W. Taylor, Green Lake.
W. M. Taylor, Green Lake.
Lester
Clawson,
Green
Lake ...................................
Mary Walker, Green Lake
Emma Walker, Green Lake
Mrs. H. Schnebly, Green
Lake .................................
David B. Greenway, Green
Lake .................................
Harry B. Morris, Green
Lake .................................
W. A. Peterson,
Green
Lake ...................................
W. L. AYalker. Green Lake
W. S. Buckland, Green
Lake .................................
II. A. Brayton, Markesan.
Total

500 00
l,0 o 0 0o
500 00
200 00
500 00
100 00
1,0 00 00
700 00
500 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
600 GO
500 00
900 00
300 00
200 0u
$25,000 00

208

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Greenwood— Greenwood State Bank.

ERASTUS BOWEN, President.
JOHN SHANKS, V ice President.

E. F. WOLLENBERG, Cashier.
F. L. NORRIS, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO R S.
E'rastus Bowen,
H. H. Hartson,
E. F. Wollenberg,

Wm. Huntzicker,
John Shanks.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $137,290
O v e r d r a fts ...............
491
Banking house
.................
3 ,6 0 0
Furniture and fixtures. . .
2 ,4 0 0
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
36 ,877
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
503
375
Gold coin . ...........................
Silver coin ...........................
834
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
5 ,8 8 2
Nickels and cents . ; . . . . .
73

48
16
00
00
84
88
00
25

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
...................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
je ct to check ................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................

$2 5,00 0 00
3 ,8 0 0 00
3 ,0 8 4 15
59 ,5 0 2 83
96 ,941 09

00
46

Total ......................... $188,328 O7

Total ......................... $188,328 0 -

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
B.

F. Thompson, Green­
wood ...................................
H. H. Hartson, Greenwood
Henry Bruengger, Green­
wood ...............................
W. T. Hendren, Greenwood
Erastus
Bowen,
Green­
wood ...................................
John Shanks, g re e n w o o d ..
Wm. Johnson, Topeka, Kan.
Wm. Vollrath, Greenwood.
E. F. Wollenberg, Green­
wood ............
Mrs. K. Andrews, Colby. .
Jesse Crane, G reenw ood..


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Wm.
Huntzicker,
Green­
w ood .................................
Phillip
V ollrath,
Green­
wood ......................
3,0 00 00 August Noah, G reenw ood..
2 ,2 00 00 A. H. Noah, Greenwood. .
Herman Schwarze, Green­
wood ...................................
2,2 00 00
1,0 00 00 Mrs. Gelia Thomas, Green­
1,5 00 00
wood .................................
200 00 L. W. Gibson, M edford. . .
M atilda Gibson, M edford.
500 OO Blanche
E.
Kennedy,
1,0 00 00
M edford ............................
1,0 00 00
Total .........................
4 ,0 00 00
4 ,3 00 00

1,000 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
500 00
1,000 00
333 34
333 33
333 33
$25,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

209

Gresham— State Bank.

R. E. KOPELKE, President.
A. KUCKUK, V ice President.

L. G. LAUBENSTEIN, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Henry Hoffman,
Max Hoffman,
R. Kopelke,

A. Kuckuk,
L. G. Laubenstein,
Andrew Mader.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and d iscounts.........
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items .......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............

$40,034 18
3 ,3 2 5 00
1,4 7 5 00

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

$51,972 55

2 ,3 03 30
244 50
115 00
476 00

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit ...................

$15,000 00
500 00

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

$51,972 55

1 ,2 5 7 6t
13 .178 39
2 2 ,036 52

3 ,9 7 2 00
27 57

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Charles Bartelt, Gresham. .
Henry Hoffman, Gresham . .
Max Hoffman, G re sh a m ...
R. E. Kopelke, G resham . .
Louis
G.
Laubenstein,
G r e s h a m .............................
Andrew Mader, G resham ..
Nick. Marx, Gresham .........
Wm. A. Meyer, Gresham. . .
Fred A. Ollmann, Gresham
Claude H. Scherer. Gresham
W alter A. Schmidt, Gresh­
am ......................................
L. C. Becker, Shawano. . . .
John B. Gordon, Shawano
14— B.


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$300
500
300
2 ,3 0 0

00 E. A. Krueger. S h a w a n o ...
00 Anton Kuckuk, S haw ano..
00 W illiam Laehn, S h a w a n o ...
00 W. .T. Ragan, Shaw ano. . . .
E. A. Swamer, S h a w a n o ...
2,700 00 Albert Trathen, S h a w an o..
900 00 Fred Buch, Ashland ____
200 00 John Himmelstein, M ilwau­
100 00
kee ........................................
200 00 W. E. Hudtioff, W a u s a u ...
300 00 F. H. Pardee, W ausau. . .
John J. Sherman, Appleton
1 .0 0 0 00
300 00
T o t a l ...........................
800 00

500
800
400
300
300
500
1 ,0 0 0

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

500 00
200 00
200 00
400 00
$15,000 00

210

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Hales Corners— State Bank of Hales Corners.

JAMES GODSELL, President.
JOHN MEADE, Vice President.

JOHN MEADE, Cashier.
R. B. W OODWARD, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
James Godsell,
John Meade,

M ary C. Godsell,
Ellen Meade.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discou nts.........
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Premium on bonds ...........
Banking h o u s e ....................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............

$4 3,76 3 48

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

$6 7,900 80

6 ,0 0 0
27
6 ,2 5 0
2 ,0 0 0

0u
08
00
00

4 ,7 6 5 70
288 34
500 00
540 50

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$20,000 00
5 ,0 0 0 00

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

$6 7,900 80

260 16
1 3 ,138 79
24 ,9 4 4 44
4 ,5 5 7 41

3 ,7 5 0 00
15 70

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
James Godsell, Hales Cor­
ners ....................................
John F. Meade, Milwaukee


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$7 ,500 00
7 ,5 00 0o

Mary C. Godsell, Hales
Corners .............................
Ellen Meade, M ilw aukee..
Total

2 .5 0 0 00
2 .5 0 0 00
$20,000 Ou

211

Reports of State Banks,

Hammond— The Bank of Hammond.

GEO. W. W RIGIIT, President.
EDW ARD GARDNER, Vice President.

P. C. ANDERSON, Cashier.
H. L. ANDERSON, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Geo. M. Leonard,
Edward Gardner,
Christian Hanson,

Geo. W. W right,
P. C. Anderson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discounts......... $105,053 02 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
356 22 Surplus fund ..................
Overdrafts ...........................
Undivided profits, less curStocks and other securirent expenses and taxes
100 oo
ties .....................................
paid ...................................
Banking house ....................
3 ,5 0 0 00
deposits, subOther real estate owned. .
6 ,0 00 00 Individual
ject to check ..................
Due from approved reserve
hanks .................................
17,106 87 Time certificates o f deposit ...................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
56 11
Gold coin .............................
515 00
Silver coin ..........................
544 62
U. S. and national currency .................................
2 ,5 9 2 00
60 Oo
Nickels and cents ..............
Expense account ................
1 ,0 4 3 19
Total ......................... $136,927 03

$10,000 00
2 ,7 0 0 00
768 29
24 ,583 84
98,874 90

Total ......................... $136,927 03

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Peter C. Anderson, Ham­
mond .................................
H. L. Anderson, Hammond
Geo. W. W right, Hammond
Geo. M. Leonard, Ham­
mond .................................
Edward
Gardner,
Ham­
mond ..................................


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$3,200 00
1,0 00 00
600 00
800 00
900 00

Peter
Ronningen,
Ham­
mond ..................................
Ole Thoreson, Hammond. .
Christ Hanson, Hammond
Peter Hanson, Ashland. . .
G. I. Gorham, Minneapolis,
M inn......................................
Total

400
400
450
450

00
Ox,
00

00

1 ,8 0 0 00
$ 10,000 00

212

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

Hancock— Bank of Hancock.

L.

S. W ALKER, President.

C. A. W ALKER, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
L.
C.

S. W alker,
A. Walker,

M. E. Walker.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, m unicipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fixtures . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ........................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............
Total .................... ..

L ia b ilit ie s .
$7 6,81 0 89
52 10
10 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,6 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 4 ,1 6 0 16
24 37
2 ,8 9 7 50
1 ,2 1 3 30

Capital stock paid i n .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .............................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$1 0,00 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
604 88
53 ,9 7 2 87
3 ,3 3 9 42
4 3 ,9 2 7 60

6 ,4 9 3 00
93 45
$114,344 77

Total ......................... $114,344 77

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
L. S. Walker, P la in fie ld ..
C. A. W alker, H a n c o c k ...


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$5,000 00
4,5 00 00

M. E. Walker, Hancock. .
Total

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

500 00
$1 0,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

213

Hartford— First City Bank.

JOHN C. COERPER, President.
JOHN P. DENISON, V ice President.

JOHN C. DENISON, Cashier.
JOHN P. DENISON, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
John C. Coerper,
John C. Denison,

John P. Denison.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.
Doans and d iscou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
Nickels and cents ..............

$42,039 51
4 ,7 9 9 62
3 ,9 0 6 24
379 84
122 50

$1 0,50 0 00
3 ,5 2 3 97
1 0 ,8 1 4 33
20 ,631 46
6 ,0 0 0 00

216 0o
6 05
$ 5 1 ,4 69 76

Total

Capital stock paid in ........
Surplus fund ......................
Individual
deposits, sub­
je ct to check ..................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Notes
and bills
re-dis­
counted .............................

Total

$5 1,46 9 76

NAM ES OE STO C K H O L D E R S.
John C. Coerper, H artford
John C. Denison, H artford


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$3 ,500 00 John P. Denison, Hartford,
6,000 00
Total .........................

1,0 00 00
$10,500 00

214

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

Hartford— Hartford Exchange Bank.

AN DREW HAUSER, President.
TH E R E SA McCOLLOW, Vice President.

E. A. McCOLLOW, Cashier.
A. A. HAUSER, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Theresa McCollow,
Andrew Hauser,
A.
A. Hauser,

J. B. Becker.
E. A. McCollow.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discou nts......... $196,018 44 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,8 3 6 14 Surplus fund ......................
U. S., state, municipal and
Undivided profits, less cur­
other bonds
................
4 9 ,5 0 0 0O
rent expenses and taxes
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
3 ,3 2 5
00
paid ....................................
Due from approved reserve
Individual
deposits, sub­
banks .................................
3 5 ,2 4 8 75
ject to check .................
Checks on other banks and
Time certificates o f de­
cash items ......................
1 ,4 0 0 28
posit .................................
Cold coin .............................
596 00 Savings deposits ................
Silver coin ...........................
670 00 Cashier's checks outstand­
U. S', and national cur­
ing ......................................
rency .................................
7 ,5 9 6 00
Nickels and cents .............
354 50
Total ......................... $296,545 11

$2 0,00 0 00
2 ,9 0 0 00
3,5 9 1 99
48 ,1 6 5 93
20 0,44 5 06
2 0 ,1 1 7 56
1 ,3 2 4 57

Total ......................... $296,545 11

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Theresa McCollow, H art­
ford ....................................
A. A. Hauser, H a rtfo rd . .
E. A. McCollow, Hartford
Andrew Hauser. L om ira. .
John B. Becker, J u n e a u ..
M ichael Hartzheim, Juneau


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$4 ,0 0 0 00

6,000 00

4 .0 0 0 on
1 .0 0 0 0o

1.000 00
1,000 00

Rosella Hauser, H artford .
Catherine Hauser, H art­
ford ....................................
Elenora McKenna, Blanchardville .............................
T otal .........................

1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
$20,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

215

Hartland— Bank of Hartland.

IT. W. GOODWIN, President.
IT. G. B. NIXON, Vice President.

W. G. SM ITH, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
H. W. G'oodwin,
II. G. B. Nixon,

W. G. Smith.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discounts......... $114,935 25 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
560 62 Surplus fund
........ ...........
U. S., state, municipal and
Undivided profits, less cur­
other onds ......................
81 ,7 8 6 00
rent expenses and taxes
Premium on bonds..............
781 97
paid ....................................
3 ,9 0 0 0O Individual deposits, sub­
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
1 ,6 0 0 00
je ct to check ..................
Due from approved reserve
Demand certificates o f de­
banks .................................
69 ,406 42
posit .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items .......................
1 ,0 68 75
Gold coin .............................
1 ,1 2 2 50
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,1 9 5 70
U. *>. and national cur­
rency .................................
7 ,3 8 3 00
Nickels and cents ..............
116 14
Total ......................... $283,856 35

$ 1 5,00 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,3 0 9 44
64 ,079 29
19 9,46 7 62

Total ......................... $283,856 35

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
IT. W. Goodwin. Hartland
Mrs. N. M. Pellett, Ocono
mowoc ...............................
F. L. Pellett, H artland. . . .
W. G. Smith, H a r t l a n d ....
IT. G. B. Nixon, H a rtla n d ..


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$7,700 00 I. F. Staps, H artlan d .........
Miss Pauline E. Smith, Chi­
1 ,3 00 00
cago, 111...............................
500 00 IT. L. Oefie'n. H artlan d____
1 ,0 00 00 M. W. Rowell, H a r t la n d ...
2 ,0 00 00
Total

1,0 00 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
$15,000 00

216

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Hazel Green— Hazel Green State Bank.
M ARTIN J. BERG, Cashier.
E.
STADEL, Asst. Cashier.

C. M. ANDREW , Fresident.

DIRECTORS.
C. M. Andrew,
J. H. Cox,
C. Shilliam,

E. Stadel,
M. J. Berg,
Joseph Runde,
R. J. Bryant.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts . . . . $126,145 38 Capital stock paid in ........
122 37 Surplus fund ......................
Overdrafts ...........................
3 ,0 7 9 8a Undivided profits, less cur­
Banking house ....................
rent expenses and taxes
2
,5
25 03
Furniture and fixtures. . .
paid ...................................
Due from approved reserve
Individual
deposits, sub­
7,9 69 78
banks .................................
ject to check ..................
130 00
Due from other banks. . . .
Time certificate's of de­
Checks on other banks and
posit .................................
261 3b
cash items ......................
527 50 Savings deposits ................
Gold coin .............................
90
178
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur4 ,0 33 00
rency .................................
49 38
Nickels and cents ..............

$1 5,00 0 00
500 00
1 ,3 6 7 05
27 ,5 7 9 06
9 0 ,1 5 8 66
10 ,417 74

Total ......................... $145,022 51

Total ......................... $145,022 5 i

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
W. A. Andrew, Hazel Green
C. M. Andrew, Hazel Green
M. .T. Berg, Hazel Green. . .
John Birkett, Hazel Green
Mrs. A. Champion, Hazel
Green ...............................
J. H. Cox, Hazel G reen. .
Herman Genz, Hazel Green
Edythe H. Hutton, Wauke­
sha ......................................
James Hutton, Waukesha.
James Harvey, Hazel Green
Geo. K. Mills, Hazel Green
A. W. Kopp, Platteville. .
Jos. Runde, Hazel G’reen.
R. Scadden, Hazel Green.
C. Shilliam, Hazel Green.
E. Stadel, Hazel G r e e n ...
R. Shilliam, Hazel Green. .
R. E\ Trewartha, Hazel
Green .................................
W. H. Trewartha, Hazel
Green .................. ...............
Jacob Venner, Hazel Green


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$200
100
1,900
400

00
00
00
00

100 00

200 00
200 00
100 00
500 00
200 00

100
100
300
100
300
4 ,0 0 0
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

■200 00
100 OO
400 00

James Doyle, Hazel Green.
Henry Snyder, Hazel Green
Ben Runde, Dubuque, l a . .
Andrew Hendricks, Hazel
Green ..................................
It. J. Bryant, Hazel Green.
W. C. Hardy, Ilnzel Green.
Oscar Shilliam, Hazel Green
Harry
Lightcap,
Hazel
Green .................................
T.
H.
W illiams,
Hazel
Green .................................
T. .T. Day, Hazel G reen ..
Tmelda Day, Hazel Green.
A If. T. Day, Hazel G reen ..
Mrs. Oscar Birkett, Hazel
Green .................................
James Trewartha, Hazel
Green .................................
W. H.
Simmons, Hazel
Green .................................
M orris F. Fox, Chicago,

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

111

Total

100 00
300 00
200 00
200 00
1,1 00 00

200 00
200 00
200 00
500
500
500
500

00
00
00
00

100 00
100 00
100 00
500 00
$15,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

217

Highland— Highland State Bank.

P LA TT W HITM AN, President.

H ARRY ,T. FECHT, Cashier.
J. W. PECHT, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
John M. Reese,
P latt Whitman,

Harry

J. Fecht.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $150,407 76
Overdrafts ..........................
3 ,3 5 2 18
Banking house ..................
3 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and fixtures . .
1 ,3 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .............
4 5 ,410 20
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
401 43
1 ,6 0 5 00
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
952 65
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..............................
9 ,9 0 8 00
Nickels and cents .............
71 50
Total ......................... $216,408 72

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

$1 0,00 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1,2 3 6 26
84 ,5 5 4 78
115,982 37
2 ,6 3 5 31

Total ......................... $216,408 72

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Jno. M. Reese, Dodgeville
Harry J. Fecht, Highland


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$200 00 I P latt Whitman, H ighland.
2 ,0 0 0 0 0
I
Total .........................

7 ,8 0 0 00
$10,000 00

218

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

Hilbert— State Bank.

T. E, CONNELL, President.
JOHN J. SHERMAN, V ice President.

JOHN J. M ADLER, Cashier.
H. L. MEYER, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
II. L. Meyer,
John Weber,
W. C. Alten.

T. E. Connell,
John J. Sherman,
John J. Madler,
J. W. Grupe,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R e so u rces*

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discounts. $184,397
Overdrafts ...........................
78
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
1 ,0 0 0
Banking house ..................
4 ,0 0 0
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
1 ,0 0 0
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
30,241
Due from other banks
...
771
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
28
Gold coin .............................
160
658
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
1 1 ,588
Nickels and cents . . . . . . .
63

22
97
00
00
00
38
02
00
00
55

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$ 1 5,00 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,9 6 5 40
58 ,3 5 4 12
14 9,08 3 7 i
3 ,5 8 3 72

00
87

Total ......................... $233,987 01

Total ......................... $233,987 01

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
W. C. Alten, Forest J e t . .
Mrs. O. E. Bishop, H ilbert.
T. E. Connell, C h i t o n ...
James P. Denis, Green Bay
Jacob Dohr, H ilbert...........
John W. Grupe, H ilbert. .
H. G. Laun, W ausaukee..
John J. Madler, H ilbert. .


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$600 00 II. L. Meyer, H ilbert. . . .
200 00 Theo. II. Runte, H ilb e r t ..
4 ,6 0 0 00 John J. Sherman, A ppleton
1,100 00 II. R. Swanke, T :g e r to n ..
200 00 Fred W. Tolies, Milwaukee
300 00 John Weber, H ilbert . . . .
200 Od
Total .........................
3,1 00 00

700
800
1,0 00
1,0 00
1 ,0 0 0
200

00
00
00
00
00
00

$1 5,00 0 00

Report^ of State Banks,

219

Hillsboro— Hillsboro State Bank.

E.
R.

V. W ERNICK, President.
HAMMER. V ice President.

B. HAMMER, Cashier.
HENRY KAUFFM AN, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
E. V. Wernick.
E. Hammer,
R. Hammer,

Emma H. Wyman,
F. A. W opat.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $157,528 95
Overdrafts ...........................
6 ,0 25 49
................
5 ,6 7 1 29
Banking house
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,2 3 0
15
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
81 ,939 34
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
494 75
Gold coin .............................
320 00
Silver coin ...........................
343 20
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
6 ,1 9 5 00
Nickels and cents ..............
147 14
Total ......................... $259,895 31

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
je ct to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$ 1 5,00 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,9 4 3 92
78 ,363 29
16 0,588 10

Total ......................... $259,895 31

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
E. V. Wernick, H illsboro.
Robert Hammer, H illsboro
Edward Hammer, Hillsboro
Emma H. Wyman, Viroqua
F. A. W opat, D illy ..............
R. A. Armbruster, H ills­
boro ....................................


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$3 ,000
3 .0 0 0
3 .0 0 0
3 .0 00
600

0b C. F. Kauffman, H illsboro
00 Blaine D. Rusk estate, V ir­
00
oqua ..................................
00 J. W. Burton, Chicago, 111.
00
Total ...................... ..
600 00

600 0o
600 00
600 00
$15,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

220

Holcombe— State Bank of Holcombe.

A. J. EDM INSTER, Cashier.
ROBT. L. ZIM M ERMAN, Asst. Cashier.

EDW. H. BURNHAM, President.
R. C. RODECKER, V ice President.

DIRECTORS.
A. .T. Edminster,
Fred L. Monroe.

Edward H. Burnham,
R. C. Rodeck'er,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.
Loans and discou nts.........
$22,702
Overdrafts ...........................
146
Banking house ....................
2 ,5 0 0
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
2 ,3 8 0
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
7 ,6 8 0
Checks on other banks and
cash items ...........................
1 ,3 2 1
Gold coin .............................
95
Silver coin ...........................
502
U. S. and national cur­
1> 055
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
67
Total .........................

50
34
00
25
50
53
00
00

Capital stock paid i n .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Due to banks— D eposits. ..
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$ 1 0,00 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
275 78
500 00
12 ,932 85
12 ,741 63

00
05

$3 8,45 0 26

Total

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

$38,450 26

NAMES OF! STOCKHOLDERS.
A. J. E'dminster, Holcom be
E. H. Burnham, Eau Claire
Robt. L: Zimmerman, H ol­
combe ...............................
Fred L. Munroe, C a d o tt ..
W. L. & W. H. Darlington,
Chicago. 111. .................... „
W. J. Campbell, Oshkosh.
Frank Fountain, D on ald . .


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$ 6,200 00 Nellie M. Edminster, H ol­

combe ...............................
R. C. Rodeeker, Holcom be.
L. Cleaves, H o lco m b e ..
100 00 R.
200 00 C. B. Stone, Menomonie. .
T. F. Frawley, Eau Claire
J. Schaefer, Marshfield
500 00 F.
75 00
Total .........................
75 00

500 00

i o o 00
700 00
100 00
250 00
200 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
$1 0,00 0 OO

Reports of State Banks.

221

Hollandale— Hollandale State Bank.

H.
D. THOMAS, President.
JOHN GALLAGH ER, Vice President.

STEPHEN T. SHANLEY, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
John Gallagher,
Neis Severson,

Howard D. Thomas.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discounts . . . .
$54,045
Overdrafts ...........................
000
Banking h o u s e ........
4 ,1 2 5
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
2 ,0 8 9
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
1 2 ,267
Due from other banks . . .
1 ,8 4 8
Gold coin .............................
60
Silver coin ...........................
907
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
1 ,9 8 6
Nickels and cents .............
Ill
Total ........................

15
69
00
33
35
30
00
35

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
....................
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$15 000 00
1 ,6 0 0 00

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

$78,340 38

1 ,2 6 6 67
4 1 ,387 75
19 ,085 9b

Ob
21

$7 8,34 0 38

N AM ES OF S T O C K H O L D E R S.
Nels Severson, Hollandale
John Gallagher, Hollandale
S. T. Shanley, Hollandale.
M. J. Cleary, Blanchardville ...............................
Carl Chandler, Blanchardville ....................................


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E. R. Jackson, Blanchardville ....................................
1,5 00 00
500 00 H. D. Thomas, Blanchardville ....................................
2,0 00 00
Total
500 00

$ 2,000 00

500 00

8,000 00
$15,000 QQ

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking,

222

Holmen— Bank of Holmen.

OTTO BOSSHARD, President.
THOS. JOHNSON, Vice President.

C. A. SJOLANDER', Cashier.
OSCAR HAUG, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Otto Bosshard,
Thos. Johnson,
W. D. Sandman,

J. M. Halderson,
C. A. Sjolander.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discounts
. . . . $90,359
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
8 ,0 0 0
Banking h o u s e ........
3 ,9 9 7
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,3 7 2
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
16 ,8 2 3
Gold coin .............................
2 ,7 1 5
Silver coin ...........................
479
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
2 ,9 5 7
Nickels and cents ..............
27
Total

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

82
00
45
80
17
00
80
00
41

$126,732 45

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
$1 5,00 0 00
Surplus fund ....................
1 ,7 0 0 00
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
1 ,8 0 8 34
Dividends unpaid .............. '
3 00
Individual
deposits, sub­
34 ,8 2 9 32
ject to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................
60 ,802 95
Savings deposits ................
12 ,288 84
Reserved fo r taxes ...........
300 00
T otal

....................... $126,732 45

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Robert Paisley, Holmen, R.
R. 1 .................................
Oluff R. Wall, H o l m e n ....
A. O. Ofstedahl, H o lm e n ..
H. W allace Smith, Onalaska
John
T. Monson, Ona­
laska .................................
Jacob W. Chalsma, M idway
W. D. Sandman, Holm en. .
Albert Johnson, M id w a y ..
Lars E. Larson, H o lm e n ..
H. H. Dahly, H olm en.........
H. G. Sacia, H olm en...........
John Drogseth. H o lm e n ...
Dirk Van de W ater, M id­
way ...........................................
Cornelius Van de Water,
M idway ....................................
L. A. Johnson, M id w a y ...
Cornelius Johnson, Holmen
Isaac Van der Pan, Midway
Louis Hulberg, H o lm e n ...
C. M. Casberg, H o l m e n ....
Thomas Johnson, M idway.


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Math Anderson, H olm en ..
R. O. Boldon, O n a la sk a ...
P. A. Larson, La C r o s s e ..
C. H. Rawlinson, La Crosse
A. O. Casberg, H o lm e n ....
Mike McHugh. H o lm e n ...
500 00 G. O. Black, H olm en.........
200 00 Jas. W ilson, H olm en...........
200 00 Jas. Thompson, La Crosse.
200 00 V. S. Keppel, H olm en.........
300 00 Wm. Keppel, H olm en.........
300 00 Kilmer Gaarder, H olm en ..
300 00 J. M. Halderson, H olm en ..
100 00 Carl Helgeson, H ö h n e n ....
Math. Jostad, H o lm e n ....
10000C. A. Sjolander, H olm en.
Otto Bosshard, La C rosse..
100 00Oscar Haug, H olm en.........
100 00 Eimer Halderson, Trempea­
100 00
leau ......................................
100 00 A. O. Jostad, H olm en.........
100 00 John A. Berg, G a lesv ille..
100 00
500 00
T o t a l ...........................

$100
500
100
500

00
00
00
00

300 00
200 00
200 00
400 00
100 00
1,5 00 00
200 00
300 00
500 00
900 00
700 00
100 00
500 00
400 00
100 00
1 ,3 0 0 00
1,7 00 00
200 00
500 00
300 00
100 00
$15,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

223

Honey Creek— State Bank of Honey Creek.

W. E. BABCOCK, President.
H. B. M ILLE R , Vice President.

T O . KINGSTON. Cashier.
A. ,M. BABCOCK, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
W. E. Babcock,
H. B. Miller,
Mrs. Frank Page,
Wm. Kingston,

John L. Funk,
W. R. Purvis,
Edwin Morse.

Statement, November 10, 1910¿

R esou rces.
Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Furniture and F ix tu re s..
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
TJ. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
Nickels and cents ...........
Total

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

L ia b ilit ie s .
$48,348 13
49 93
1 ,8 7 0 37
8 ,0 4 8 14
364 60
280 00
398 45
1 ,5 4 7 00
6 6 62
$6 0,97 3 24

Capital stock paid In ____
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
je ct to check ................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
B ills payable ......................
Total

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

$1 0,00 0 00
4 7 9 84

1 ,2 7 8 67
14 ,845 26
2 4 ,2 6 7 99
6 ,1 0 1 48
4 ,0 0 0 00
$6 0,97 3 24

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
John L. Funk, Honey Creek
W.
R.
Purvis,
Lake
Buelah ...............................
J. B. W i'm er, Honey Creek
Edwin Morse. Honey Creek
Geo.
L.
Prout,
Honey
Creek ...............................
Wm. P. Meinzer, Honey
Creek .................................
Geo. F. Bayer. Burlington
Bert Miller, Honey Crpek
Wm. Lewis, Lake B u e la h ..
M. Kearney, Honey Creek
O. R. Zaspell, Honey Creek
Albert
Dennis,
Honey
Creek ...............................


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100 00

Anna M. Babcock, Honey
Creek .................................
500 00 H. W. Ayers. Honey Creek
300 00 E. E. Whitmore, Spring
200 00
Frairie ..............................
Walter Morse, Lake Beulah
100 00 F. C. Humbert. L yons. . . .
P. G. Griebel, Lake Beulah
100 00 L. M. Krosch, Lake Beulah
200 00 W.
E.
Babcock, Honey
200 00
Creek .................................
200 00 H. B. Miller, Honey Creek
100 00 Mrs. F. Page, Honey Creek
200 00 Wm. Kingston, Mukwonago
Roy McDonald, Honey Cr’k
200 00
Total

300 00
10000
200 00
:-(00 00

200 00
100 00
10000
1,600
1,500
1 ,5 0 0
1 ,5 0 0

00
00
00
00
200 00

$10,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

224

Horicon— Horicon State Bank.

A. W. W ILCOX, President.
W IL L IA R D Y. B. CAM PBELL,
Vice President.

CHARLES H AW KS, Cashier.
H. G. DIEKELM ANN, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO R S.
A. W. W ilcox,
Charles Hawks,
W illiard V. B. Campbell,

Martha L. Van Brunt,
F. H. Clausen.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.
$356,498 40
66 45

Loans and discounts.
Overdrafts ..................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house .........
Furniture and fixtures
Due from approved reserve
abnks .................................
Due from other banks
Checks on other banks and
cash items .............
..
Gold coin .................. •
Silver coin ..................
U. S. and national currency .........................
Nickels and cen ts. . . .
Total

39,905 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,9 59 86
36 ,809 13
296 50
24 14
11,585 00
1,1 41 20

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check....................
Demand
and time cer­
tificates o f d e p o s it .. . .
Savings deposits ................
Cashiers checks outstand­
ing ......................................
B ills payable ......................

$25,000 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
8 ,7 4 8 77

10 0o

166.298 35
8 3 ,254 59
14 1,937 57
3 ,8 7 0 17
30 ,000 00

10,603 00
230 77

......................... $464,119 45

Total

......................... $464,119 45

NAM E’S OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
A. W. W ilcox, H o r ic o n ...
Charles Hawks, H oricon. .
Caroline E. Hawks, H ori­
con ‘ ..................
2,5 00
Martha L. Van Brunt,
Horicon ............................
Hattie B. W ilcox estate,
Horicon .............................


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$12,600 00
2 ,0 00 00
00
1,8 00 00
2,0 00 00

Ida M. Campbell Horicon
W illiard V. B. Campbell,
Minneapolis, Minn...........
P. H. Clausen, H oricon . .
H. G. Diekelmann, H oricon
Total

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

3,4 00 00
200 00
300 00
200 00
$25,000 00

Report$, of State Banks.

225

Hortonville— Bank of Hortonville.

G. A. ZU EH LKE, President.
C. F. BUCK, Vice President.

F. N. TORREY, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
G. A. Zuehlke,
C. F. Buck,
F. N. Torrey,

M. Ritger,
A. Haller.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts......... $190,253
Overdrafts ...............................
156
Banking house ..................
4 ,0 0 0
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
2 ,4 5 9
Due from approved reserve
20 ,976
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
3
120
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,1 19
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
4 ,7 28
Nickels and cen ts................
35
Total

80
22

00
32
59

70
00
30

Capital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ........................... . .

$25,000 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,8 6 2 85
35 ,1 7 9 05
15 6,81 0 81

00
7»

$223,852 7 a

Total

...

$223,852 71

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
G. A. Zuehlke, H ortonville
O. W. J. Spengler estate,
Keen ah .............................
Gerald
Steffen,
Hortonville .................................
Charles Knaack, M edin a..
Wm. Manser, O s h k o s h ....
A. Haller, H o r t o n v ille ...
H. T. Buck, H orton v ille..
V. G. Angus, M e d i n a ....
Jacob Miller, H ortonville.
Vick Steffen, H ortonville.
M. Ritger, H o r t o n v ille ....
C. F. Buck, H orton v ille..
F. N. Torrey. Horton ville
F, M. Mills, H ortonville. .
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$6,300 00

J. H. Steffen, H ortonville
300 00
L. Dabareiner, Hortonville
200 00
Silas Bullard, N e e n a h ....
200 OO
James McMeekin, H orton­
400 00
ville ....................................
200 00
500 00 Wilma A. Boon, Appleton
200 00
5 0 0 00 A. P. Davis, H ortonville.
200 00
800 00 T. & R. Buck, H ortonville
1,0 00 DO
500 00 Ferdinand Bleick, Green­
200 00
ville ....................................
200 00
100
200 00
G. Ma n. H ortonville.........
600 6u Jennie E. Maxfield, Plover
1 ,0 0 0 04,
200 Of Irving Zuehlke,
H orton­
1,2 00 00
ville ........................................
50C CC
8,9 00 00
500 00
Total .........................
$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 qo
100 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

226

Hudson— The Bank of Hudson.

H. L. NORTH, President.
GEO. P. DE LONG, Vice President.

F. J. CARR, Cashier.
B. C. BU inKER, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
H. L. North,
Geo. P. DeLong,
E.
E. Gatchell,

F. J. Carr,
W. J. Barter.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and d iscounts......... $180,068 43 Capital stock paid in . . . . $ 2 5,00 0
2 5 ,000
Surplus fund ......................
U. S., state, municipal and
00 Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
2.0 7 9 41
Premium on bonds . . ___
1 ,7 8 4
paid ...........................
5 ,5 69 65
Banking house ...........
194
2 .3 32 24 Due to banks— D eposits. .
Individual deposits, sub­
Due from approved reserve
9 0 ,1 5 0
ject to check..................
23
Demand certificates of de­
Checks on other banks and
10 ,663
posit . . . ...........................
169 59
cash items .............
2 ,3 70 00 Time certificates of de­
100,523
___
1,4 52 40
posit .................................
U. S. and national cur____
7 ,5 26 00
235 32
Nickels and cents . . ___
Total ......................... $253,317
Total ......................... $ 2 5 3 ,317 27

00
00
49
83
31
89
75

27

N AM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
H. L. North. H udson.........
Geo. P. DeLong, Nicker­
son, M inn...........................
W. .T. Barter. H u d s o n ....
F. J. Carr, H u dson...........
B. C. Bunker, Hudson. . . .


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E.
G.
3 ,3 0 0 00 A.
1 , 0 0 0 00 W.
7,0 00 00

$ 6,000 00

2,200 00

E.
J.
EL
S.

Gatchell. H u dson. .
Brown, H u d s o n ....
North, H u dson.........
Fleming, H u dson. .
Total

............. c o o ..

1 ,0 0 0 00

700 00
3,300 00
500 00
$25,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

227

Hudson— The People State Bank.
This bank retains its charter for the purpose of winding up its af­
fairs accepting no deposits, and does no business except what is nec­
essary to accomplish the liquidation.

G. W. BELL, President.
N. B. B A ILE Y . Vice President.

A. G. ARMSTRONG, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
G. W. Bell,
Spencer Haven,
N. B. Bailey,
A. G. Armstrong,

B. E. Orimeli,
Ed. Kircher,
Geo. II. Pittman.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
Loans and discou nts.........
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from other banks. . . .
Profit and loss account. .
G. W. Bell, trustee...........
Expense account
...........
Total

L ia b ilit ie s .
$94,554 44
951 38
817
397 92
15 07
12 ,2 2 7 67

......................... $108,154 65

Capital stock paid in. .
Surplus fund .................... |
B ills payable .................... ’
Interest account . . . ! ! ! ! !
Collections and exchanges
Stockholders’ a c c o u n t ....
Total

$5 0,000 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
2 3 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,8 6 0 20
24 4,45
2 7 ,0 5 0 00
$108,154 65

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
W. .1. Barter, Adm., Samuel
B arter Est., Hudson. . . .
G. W. Bell, H udson...........
E. .T. Battles, trustee, est.
of F. E. Stettergren,
bankrupt, B am boo . . . .
Julius Simon, M ilwaukee. .
N. B. Bailey, H u d s o n ....
C. N. Gorham, Decatur,
111

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

Spencer Haven, H u d son ..
W. S'. Fleming, H u d son ..
C. .T. Birkmoss, Hudson. .
A. G. Armstrong, Hudson.
A. II. Barber, H u dson. . . .
W. ,T. Barter, H udson. . . .
E. J. Battles, trustee, est.
of
Geo.
H. Pittman,
Bankrupt, Baraboo . . . .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Emma
Rademacher.
La
Crosse ...............................
B. E. Grinnell. H u d s o n ..!
W. II. Egbert, Hammond. .
Mary Pye Oliver, Downer’ s
5 .0 00 00
Grove, 111............................
5 .0 0 0 00 Joseph Hochstein, Hudson
7 ,0 5 0 00 Sophia Hockstein, Hudson
George M. Read, Vancouv­
5 ,4 5 0 00
er, B. C...............................
1 .0 0 0 00 Adolph A. Johnson, Huron,
200,00
S. D .....................................
500 00 F. A. Walby, H u dson.........
2 ,0 0 0 00 Edward Neevel, B aldw in. .
2 ,5 0 0 00 Otto M'. Saugestad, Minne­
1,000 00
apolis, M inn.....................
Mary J. B artlett, Green­
ville, P a..............................
5 ,0 0 0 00
Total

$2 ,00 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00

1,000 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
600 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
200 0o
300 oo

200 Oo

1,000 00
ì ,0 0 0 00
$50,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

228

Humbird— First State Bank.

HENRY B A BLER, Cashier.
MRS. E T TA BABLER, Asst. Cashier.

B. J. STALLARD, President.
F. TH E ILER , Vice President.

D IR E C TO R S.
C. D. Fowler,
Geo. Iffland, Jr.
P. A. Hemmy.

B. J. Stallard,
Fred. Theiler,
M. Kretschmer,
J. Babler,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

lia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.
Loans and d i s c o u n t s .....
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items .......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

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

$3 4,720
1 ,4 35
2 ,5 0 0
1 ,0 78

12
02
00
07

3 ,0 6 3 25
128 42

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid
................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check.......................
Time certificates of de­
posit ............................ ....

$1 0,00 0 00

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

$46,948 28

595 12
15 ,494 90
2 0 ,8 5 8 26

3 50
600 00
429 80
2 ,9 6 0 00
30 10
$46,948 28

Total

NAM ES O F STO C K H O L D E R S.
B. J. Stallard, H u m b ird ...
Fred. Theiler, H um bird. . . .
Henry Babler, H u m b ird ...
M. Kretschmer, H u m bird ..
N. Hart. H um bird................
F. .T. S:mons, H u m b ird ...
O. M. Hein, Los Angeles,
Cal.........................................
.Tr>hr Babler. H u m b ir d ....
W. E. Waters, Humbird. .
P. A. Hemm®, HumMrd. . ••
C. F. Houghton, Merrillan
Geo. Iffland, Jr., M errillan.


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C. D. Fowler. Humbird. . . .
H. L. Dunn, Alma Center. .
Mrs. Clara Flinn, Alma
Center ...............................
T. F. Wheaton, Alma Center
M. D. Merchant, Alma Cen­
ter ........................................
S. Duxbury, Alma Center
500 0t> E.
5 0 0 00 Geo. Ringrose. Alma Center
500 00 .T. F. Stallard, H u m bird ..

$500
500
500
500
500
500

00
00
00
00
00
00

5 0 0 00

500 00
500 00

T o t a l ...........................

500 00
500 00
500 00
500 (JO
'r>00 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
$10,000 00

Report si of State Banks.

229

Hurley— Iron Exchange Bank.

J. C. REYNOLDS, President.

W. S. REYNOLDS, Cashier.
GEO. B. SCOTT, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
.T. C. Reynolds,
W. S. Reynolds,

Geo. B. Scott.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and d iscounts......... $203,142 47
Overdrafts ...........................
897 17
U. S., state, municipal and
25 ,500 00
other bonds ....................
Stocks and other securi­
ties ......................................
368 80
Banking h o u s e ....................
4 ,5 0 0 00
Furniture and fix tu res...*.
1 ,6 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks ......... i........................
9 9 ,2 1 0 30
Due from other banks. . . .
85 ,7 1 4 28
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
643 54
Gold coin .............................
3 ,7 0 5 00
Silver coin ...........................
2 ,9 4 9 65
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
31 ,2 4 4 00
Total

......................... $459,475 27

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
...................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of deosit ....................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

Total

$1 0,00 0 00
3 0 ,0 0 0 00
44 ,505 49
20 6,58 0 20
10 ,985 38
157,404 14

......................... $459,475 21

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
J. C. Reynolds, Lake Geneva ......................................
W. S. Reynolds, H u rle y ..


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i George B. Scott, H u rley ..
100 00
$1,500 00
---------------------8,400 00 |
Total ......................... $10,000 00

230

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking.

Hustisford— Hustisford State Bank.

EDGAR BOEING, President.
S. B. JONES, Vice President.

RICH ARD ROLL, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Edgar Boeing,
Richard Roll,
S. B. Jones,

H. C. Ryder,
H. O. Ryder.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discou nts......... $145,726 70
Overdrafts ...........................
4 ,0 3 4 39
Banking house ....................
4 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
2 ,2 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks ...........
1 6 ,3 0 0 46
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
44 10
Gold coin .............................
2 ,7 2 5 00
Silver coin ........................
¿77 45
U. S. and national cur„ rency .................................
9 ,1 7 5 00
Nickels and cen ts..............
264 35
Total

......................... $1 85,147 45

Capital stock paid
m ---Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid . ...............................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ....................
Demand certificates of deP o s it
.................................

Total

$ 2 5,00 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 9 81
4 4 ,426 53
’
•
110,211 11

......................... $1 85,147 45

NAM ES OP S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Edgar Boeing,
H ustisford
Robert Boeing,
H ustisford
Charles Erdman, H ustisford
H oratio Ryder,
H ustisford
Wm, Hipke, M a r s h fie ld ....
S. B. Jones,
H u s tis fo r d ...
Hadley C. Ryder, Hustis­
ford ....................................
P. W. Zilisch estate, Hus­
tisford ...............................


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$2,500
1,0 00
1,5 00
2,5 0 0
2 ,0 00
1,0 00

00
00
00
00
00
00

2 ,0 00 00
1,000 00

Sidney E. Jones, H ustis­
ford ....................................
B. S. Randall, Hustisford
Richard Roll, H u stiford. .
August E. Roeseler, Hus­
tisford ...............................
Blanche Van B runt Reily,
Milwaukee .........................
Total

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

1,000 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
ü,5UO UO
1,5 00 00
4 ,5 00 00
$25,000 00

231

Reports of State Banks.

Hustler— Hustler State Bank.

J. H. M ORRILL, President.
J. IT. MUELLER, Vice President.

W. W. SMITH, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
John Adrian,
E. J. Wiles.

J. H. Morrill.
J. H. Mueller,
F. M. Norton,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.
Loans and discou nts.........
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
1 ue from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national currency .................................
Nickels and ce n ts................
Total

$33,233 46
2,2 50 00
1,6 00 00
4, S48 90
2 00
10 00
821 20

$10,000 00
520 44
13,232 71
21 ,7 2 6 34

2 ,6 7 6 00
37 93
$45,479 19

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

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, subject to check ................
Time certificates of deposit .................................

Total

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

$45,479 49

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
John Adrian, C lifto n -----Frank Blaser, C lifto n -----F. W. Foelloer, H u stler. . . .
Fred Handy, B a n gor-----O. W. Jones, B an gor----E. .T. Kneen, B a n gor.........
O. O. Laurance, H u stle r..
Frank M. Norton, Hustler
.T H. Mueller, H ustler. . .
J. IT. M orrill, H u stler-----E. Merlo, B angor ..............
O. IT. Olson, H u stler----L J. Roberts, B angor. . . .
W ayne Wm. Smith, Hustler
W illiam Smith, B a n g o r ..


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$700
200
200
500
200
500

300
200
500
400
200
200
2.0 00
200
300

Henrv M. Smith, Carleton,
200
M ich.....................................
500
(1. A. Schroeder, Hustler.
100
Otto Steinbach, C lifto n ..
100
W. F. Talg, H u stler.........
200
00 John D. Vaughan, B angor.
100
00 Geo. Van IToosen, H ustler.
Van
Hoosen,
00 Edward
300
Hustler .............................
00
100
00 Nora Van Hoosen, Hustler
1
,0
00
E.
.T.
Wiles,
B
an
gor...........
00
200
00 Florian W olf, B a n g o r ....
6
00
00 Franz Schroeder, Hustler.
—
00
Total ......................... $10,000
00

00
00
00
00
00

00
00

On
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

00

232

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Independence— State Bank of Independence.

JOHN SPRECHER, President.

ANTON SENTY, Cashier.
OTTO A. SPRECHER, Asst. Cashier.
W ALTE R E. SPRECHER, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO R S.
John Sprecher,
Carolina Sprecher,

Anton Senty.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
L ia b ilit ie s .
Loans and discounts_____ $225,359 59 Capital stock paid in ____
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,1 8 2 40 Surplus fund ......................
U. S., state, municipal and
Undivided profits, less cur­
other bonds ....................
23 ,4 0 0 00
rent expenses and taxes
Banking house ....................
6 ,7 0 0 00
paid ...................................
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
2 ,5 0 0 00 Individual deposits,’ ' sub­
Due from approved reserve
ject to check....................
„ banks .................................
4 6 ,9 0 8 58 Time certificates of de­
2 ,8 0 0 00
Gold com .............................
posit .................................
Sliver coin .........................
986 5o Savings deposits ........... ! .
II. S. and national cur­
Cashier’s checks outstand­
rency .................................
6 ,6 8 9 00
ing .....................................
30 33
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

......................... $316,556 40

Total

$2 5,00 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,4 0 1 07
6 3 ,997 41
21 0,55 6 89
4 ,1 2 3 42
5 ,4 7 8 11

......................... $316,556 40

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
John Sprecher, Independ­
ence ....................................
Carolina Sprecher,' Inde­
pendence ...........................
Anton Senty, Independence


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$1 5,00 0 00
200 00
9 ,0 0 0 00

W alter E. Sprecher, Inde­
pendence ...........................
Otto A. Sprecher, Inde­
pendence ...........................
Total

500 00
300 00
$25,000 00

Report s\ of State Banks,

233

Ingram— Ingram State Bank.

H. O. WAGNER, Cashier.
M. J. WAGNER, Asst. Cashier.

F. H. PARDOE, President,
ü . G. BLOOD, Vice President.

D IR E C TO RS.
L. I. Roe,
U. G. Blood,
H. O. Wagner.

F. H. Pardoe,
Geo. D. B artlett,,
W. A. Blaekbum,
W. F. Kaster,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

i.e s n iir c e s .

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ............................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Other real estate owned. .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................

$25,613 98
2 0 ,65
2 ,6 8 0 00
1 ,3 6 5 00
500 00

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

$40.192 01

6 ,4 7 4
793
240
339

19
80
00
00

2 ,0 8 8 00
77 39

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ........................
Individual profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’ s checks outstand­
ing . . . ' ...............................
Bills payable ......................
Total . , ....................

$1 0,00 0 00
800 00
70 96
12 ,5 8 7 10
6 ,4 2 8 38
3 ,1 7 3 81
2 ,1 31 76
5 ,0 0 0 00
$40 ,192 01

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Geo. D. B artlett, Milwaukee
L. I. Roe, Stanley.............
Imbert Roe, S tanley...........
F.
H. L. Cotton, Eau
Claire ...........
W. A. Smith, Eau C la ir e ..
C. S. Curtis, W ausau..........
A. H. Clark, W ausau..........
F. H. Pardoe, W a u s a u ....
W. A. Blackburn, B ruce. .
U. G. Blood, Ingram .........
C.
W.
Single,
Everett,
Washington .................. .. .


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$1,000 00 J. F. Kearney, Ingram . . .
2,0 00 00 A. P. Kearney, Ingram . . . .
300 00 Mrs. F. J. Kelly, B ru ce. .
D. .T. Arpin, Grand Rapids
500 00 H. O. Wagner, I n g r a m ....
500 00 Mrs. F. H. Pardoe, Wausau
200 00 Wm. F. Kaster, In g ra m ..
400 00 A. C. Thompson, Lady­
800 00
smith .................................
600 00 Stewart A. Wagner, Ingram
50u ^0 Cor. II. Wagner, In g ra m ..
500 00

Total

100 00
100 00
200 00
500 00
1.3 00 00
100 00
100 CO
100 00
100 00
100 00
$ 10,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

234

loia— Bank of loia.

S.
M. M YHRE, President.
GUNDER BERGEN, Vice President.

O. C. LEEAN, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
S. M. Myhre,
Gunder Bergen,
G. A. Gullikson,

N. O. Bidney,
John Ellandson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discounts......... $142,011 15
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,9 8 3 37
Banking house ..................
5 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
2 ,4 1 0 50
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
23 ,569 10
Due from other b a n k s ... .
4 ,1 5 5 43
Checks on other banks and
1,5 55 52
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
3 ,1 5 2 50
Silver coin ...........................
862 70
U. S. and national cur­
4 ,8 3 5 00
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
245 81
Total

..................: . . .

189,781 08

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to ch eck ....................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Time certificates o f de­
posit ...................
Sa vings denosits ................
Notes
and
bills
re-dis­
counted .............................
Total

$1 5,00 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,9 8 3 49
3 2 ,9 5 6 57
6 ,8 2 7 97
118,081 22
4.1 31 83
2 ,8 0 0 00

........................... 189,781 08

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Christian Torbenson estate,
Iola ......................................
Otto Beck, B rad ley...........
A. ,T. Torgerson, Galloway
Flora E. Myhre. I o la . . , . .
O. C. Leean, I o l a . , .........
M.
M.
Reine,
Vasham,
W ash....................................
N. O. Bidney, I o la .............


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$1,500 00
500 00
2 ,0 00 00
500 00
500 00
300 00
500 00

Gunder Bergen, I o la ...........
G. A. Gullikson, I o la ......
Samuel Paulson, I o la .........
Thomas Mathison, R osholt
S. M. Myhre. I o la ...........
John Ellandson, I o la .........
E.
B. Benson, I o la .........
Total

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

500
500
300
500
6 ,4 00
500
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$15,000 00

Reports\ ofi State Banks,

235

loia— The Farmers State Bank of loia.

H.
B.

J. C. SWENDSEN, Cashier.
A.
DAHLE, Asst. Cashier.

J. SEVERSON. President.
W ILLIA M S, Vice President.

D IR E C TO RS.
H.
J. Severson,
A.
Weinmann, Jr.,
Ole J. Olson,

B. Williams,
M. C. Bergen.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.
•I.oans and discounts......... $136,550 30
Overdrafts ...........................
263 46
Banking house ....................
2 ,7 0 0 00
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
2 ,8 7 5 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
10 ,319 09
Checks on other banks and
cash item s........................
1 ,8 9 6 29
Gold coin .............................
260 00
Silver coin ...........................
104 35
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
9 ,3 95 00
Nickels and cen ts................
138 42
Total

......................... $164,501 91

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fu n d ....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid .................... ,..............
Due to banks— D eposits. .
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check....................
Time certificates , of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

Total

$2 0,00 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,8 0 9 28
4 ,1 5 5 43
19 ,626 88
109,599 13
3 ,3 11 19

......................... $164,501 91

NAM ES OE STO C K H O L D E R S.

.

.

H. J. Severson, l o i a ...........
$1,700
B.
W illiams, l o i a
1,000
T aylor Bros., l o i a
1,0 00
.T. A. Hatch, l o i a .....
200
Emma Peterson, l o i a ...........
200
J. C. Swendsen, l o i a ...........
500
Ole J. Olson, l o i a .......
1,0 00
Edwin Chapin, l o i a .............
1,6 00
A.
Weinmann, Sr., l o i a . . .
500
A.
Weinmann, Jr., lo ia . . .
800
1,4 00
W. H. Warren, l o i a .............
Carrie A. Bennett, l o i a . . .
200
Mrs. Clara Oleoson, lo ia . .
500
Dena W illiams, Scandina­
via ......................................
500
Wm. R. Parks, l o i a .............
500
Verena Weinmann, lo ia . . .
500
H. B. Taylor, l o i a .....
600


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00 Chas. L. Buswell. Iola . . . .
00 Ruth T. Buswell, Tola. . . .
00 M. C. Bergen. I o la ...........
00 L. A. Brikke, I o la ...........
00 M. M. Twaiten, Scandinavia .................................
00
00 Louisa Solorud, A m herst. .
00 Mathias Olson, Giendale,
Ore.........................................
00
00 Chapin & Taylor, T o l a ....
00 Ida C. Anderson, Scandinavia ......................................
00
00 Gertie Peterson, I o la .........
Geo. F. Taylor, I o la ...........
00 Cora E. Amberson, Iola. .
00 Mrs. Nettie Gullikson, Iola
00
Total .........................
00

2 ,0 0 0
200
1 ,3 0 0
1 ,6 0 0

00
00
00
00

300 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
200
200
200
300
500

00
00
00
00
00

$20,000 00

236

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking.

Iron Ridge— Commercial State Bank.

JACOB KLOECKNER, President.
WM. KLOECKNER, Vice President.

JOHN KLOECKNER, Cashier.
PETER KLOECKNER, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Jacob Kioeekner,
Wm. Kloeckner

John Kloeckner,
p eter Kloeckner.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
fu rn itu re and fi x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks ......................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

L ia b ilit ie s .
$9 7,13 6 45
62 5 7
1 4 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
33 ,115 53
3 5 0 00
2 ,2 7 5 00
654 25

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ....................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................

$ 1 0,00 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
733 26
3 6 ,2 3 0 41
103,771 40

3 ,5 9 8 00
43 27

......................... $153,735 0<

Total

......................... $153,735 0<

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
Jacob
Kloeckner,
Iron
Ridge .................................
Wm.
Kloeckner, W itten­
berg
........... ......................


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$2 ,500 00
2 ,5 0 0 00

John Kloeckner, Iron Ridge
Peter
Kloeckner,
Iron
Ridge ..................................
Total

2 .5 0 0 00
2.5 00 00
$ 10,000 00

237

Reports of State Banks.

Iron River— Iron River Bank.

JOHN A. P E TTIN G ILL, President.
VV. F. MC ELDOWNEY, Vice President.

GEO. L. PETTING I LE, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
John A. Pettingill,
G'eo. L. Pettingill,
A lfred Knowles,

Wm. F. Me Eldowney,
Swan Swanson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
Other real estate o w n e d ..
Due from approved reserve
banks ..................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents................

L ia b ilit ie s .
$38,938
229
4 .2 5 0
2 ,7 1 7
929

64
61
00
90
20

4 ,8 0 0 88
966 97
478 72
790 00
422 35

$1 5,00 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
780 19
20 ,372 37
13 ,162 89
5 ,7 9 2 60
2 ,5 0 0 00

5 ,0 1 3 00
70 78
$5 9,60 8 05

Total

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
je ct to check....................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Notes
and
bills
re-dis­
counted .............................

Total

$5 9,60 8 05

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Chas. F. Morris, Iron River
Aug. F. Hoffman, W ash­
burn .................................
John A. Pettingill, Iron
River ..............................
Wm.
F. Me
Eldowney,
............
W est Salem
Swan Swanson,
Iron River
Mary .1. Stafford, Iron
River .................................
Fred
J.
Kopplin,
Iron
River .................................


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$500 00 Harry S. Kopplin, Iron
500 00
River .................................
400 00 Ella A. Dame, Portsmouth,
700 00
N. H ..................................
3,5 00 00 Earl
E. Miller, Vinton,
Iowa ...................................
1,2 00 00
500 00 G.
L. Pettingill, Iron R iver
4 ,6 0 0 00
Knowles,
Iron
1 ,0 00 00 A lfred
R iver ..................................
100 00
500 00 O. W. Harnisen, Buffalo
Center, I o w a ....................
500 00
1 ,0 00 00
$15,000 00
Total

Beport of the Commissioner of Banking.

238

Iron River— W isconsin State Bank.

R.
T.

A. STECKBAUER, President.
F. MACIvMILLER, V ice President.

BYRON R IPLE Y , Cashier.
M. C. HELM ER, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
W. B. Clubine,
T. F. Mackmiller,
R. A. Steckbauer,
J. A. Paterson,

Albert G. Johnson,
John H. Fitzpatrick,
J. W. Tarter,
M. C. Helmer.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ....................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ........................
U. S. and national currency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Insurance account ...........
Total

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

L ia b ilit ie s .
$47,481 98
1 ,480 79
1 830 12
7.0 00
4 ,5 78
743
1,7 65
430
5 ,2 2 2
4
479

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
85
paid ....................................
96 Individual
deposits, subject to check ................
24 Time certificates o f de00
posit .................................
50 Savings deposits ................
Notes
and
bills
re-dis00
counted .............................
16
66

$71,017 26

Total

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

$10,000 00
500 00
1 ,0 16 8 i
28 ,500 42
21 ,019 54
4 ,9 8 0 49
5 ,0 0 0 00

$71,017 26

NAM ES O P STO C K H O L D E R S.
T.

F. Mackmiller, Iron
River
...............................
Edward Hunter, Minneap­
olis, M inn...........................
.T. W. Tarter, Iron R iver.
Byron Ripley, Iron R iver.
W. B. Clubine, Iron River
A. H. Miles estate, Iron
River ..................................
John H. Fitzpatrick, Iron
River
...............................
J. A. Paterson, Iron River
M. C. Helmer, Iron River
Albert G'. Johnson, Iron
River .................................
Isaac Hubbard, Iron River
Ernest Sauve, Iron River


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George
S. Barnes, Iron
River .................................
300
Michael Hopkins, Orienta
200
100
1 ,0 0 0 00 Emanuel Luick, Iron R iver
600 OP Stephen Druse, Grays Lake,
200
111..........................
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00 Carlisle Druse, Grays Lake,
111..........................
200
500 00 T. W. Jay, Brule ..........
100
Chas. F. Latimer, Ashland
500
300 00 John Callahan, Iron
River
200
200 00 It. A. Steckbauer, Minneap­
olis, Minn. .......................
2,0 00
300 00
Joseph
Misbauer,
Iron
River .................................
100
300 00
300 00
Total
.........................
$10,000
100 00
$500 00

00
00
00
00
00

00
00
OO
00
00
00

239

Reports, of' State Banks.

f

Jackson— Jackson State Bank.

F.
P. LE’ICH, President.
THEO. SYDOW, Vice President.

W. II. FROEHLICH , Cashier.
ALF. B. FROEHLICH , Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
F.
P. Leich,
Theo. Sydow,
Wm. H. Froehlich,

Peter Gumm,
Adam Blind.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.
$6 0,34 0
Loans and discounts. ,
762
Overdrafts ..................
3 ,8 0 0
Banking house ........... .
2,5
55
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
. 3,4 9 7
banks ........................
Checks on other banks and
1,5 9 2
cash items .............
850'
Gold coin ....................
504
Silver coin ..................
II. S. and national cur3,571
rency .........................
86
Nickels and c e n t s ....

Capital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
15
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
75
ject to check....................
00 Time certificates of de­
00
posit .................................
90 Savings deposits ................
Cashiers checks outstand­
00
ing ......................................
57

07
92

$.77,560 36

Total

$2 0,000 00
342 53

00

464 48
27 ,856 44
15 ,9 6 8 44
12,861 47
67 00
$77,560 36

Total

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
F.
P. Le'.ch, Jackson.......
Theo. Sydow, J a c k s o n ...
Peter Gumm, J a c k s o n ....
Geo. B. Burrows estate,
Madison ...........................
Adam Blind, Madison . .
Henry Leisner, Jackson—
W illiam Leisner, Cedarburg
Ph. G. Duerrwaechter, So.
Germantown ....................
Geo. W illot, M adison.........
Geo. Garbade, J a c k s o n ...


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$3 ,000 00
2,0 00 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0
1,0 00
1,000
500

00
00
00
00

1,0 00 00
1 ,0 00 00
1,0 00 00

A. Bossard, Grand Rapids,
M inn......................................
Ph. W. Becker, R ock field..
Geo. Brunder estate, M il­
waukee .............................
Wm. H. Froehlich, Jackson ......................................
A lfred B. Froehlich, Jackson ......................................
Total

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

1,000 00
500 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2,5 00 00
500 00
$2 0,00 0 00

240

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

*

Janesville— Bower City Bank.

UEO. G. SUTHERLAND, President.
JAMES' SHEARER, Vice President.

A. E. BINGHAM, Cashier.
H.
D. MURDOCK, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Geo. G. Sutherland,
A. E. Bingham,
James A. Fathers,

W illiam McLay,
R. M. Bostwick, Jr.,
James Shearer.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discounts......... $105,483
Ocerdrafts ...........................
2 ,4 7 8
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
500
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
2 ,9 5 5
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
4 0 ,628
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
1 ,5 7 7
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house .................................
8 ,1 7 3
Gold coin .............................
9 ,2 5 5
1 ,7 2 8
Silver coin . . . . . . .............
U, S. and national cur­
rency .................................
1 9 ,7 2 0
Nickels and cen ts................
192
Total

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

60
29
00
28
76
25
00
00
90

Capital stock paid in ____
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
je ct to check ................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$5 0,00 0 00
5 0 ,0 0 0 00
9 ,8 8 7 l'a
22 7,46 7 48
40 ,7 7 2 25
16 4,56 6 04

00
83

$542,692 91

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

$542,692 91

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Frank D. Kimball, Janes­
ville ...................................
James Shearer, Janesville
A. E. Bingham, Janesville
I. C. Brownell est., Janesvil'e ....................................
R. M. Bostwick, Jr., Janes­
ville ......................................
I. F. Connors, Janesville.
James A. Fathers, Janes­
ville ....................................
Adam H olt, Janesville . .
Wm. G. HeTer, Janesville
Wm. McLa'y, J a n e sv ille ..
S. B. Heddles, Janesville
Wm. H. Judd. Janesville.
Adeline Kimball, Janesville
Peter J. Mouat, Janesville
H. D. Murdock, Janesville
F. D. Murdock, Janesville
J.
M.
Bostwick
estate,
J a n e s v ille ...........................
J. L. Bostwick, Janesville.


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E. D. McG’owan, Janesville
$1 ,0 0 0 00 W. H. Palmer, Janesville
5 .0 0 0 00 Archie Reid, Janesville. .
1.000 00 Lydia A. Ranous, Janes­
ville ....................................
4 ,1 00 00 Nettie A. Roberts, Janes­
.................................
ville
2,6 00 00 D. F. Sayre, Fulton . . . .
1,000 00 Angie Sanborn, Janesville.
Geo. G. Sutherland, Janes­
200 00
ville ....................................
100 00 Ann Thoroughgood, Janes­
4 ,5 0 0 00
ville
.................................
900 00 Chas. L. Valentine, Janes­
1,000 00
ville
.................................
1,200 00 W. T. Van Kirk estate,
3 ,0 0 0 00
Janesville .........................
500 00 E. F. Woods, Janesville. .
1 ,6 0 0 00 M ary DeB. Sale, Janes­
200 00
ville ....................................
3,1 00 00
1,5 00 00

Total

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

1,000 00
900 00
4 ,5 00 00
300 00
500 00
700 00
1,000 00
5 ,4 00 00
500 00

1,000 00
200 00
500 00

1,000 00
$50,000 00

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241

Janesville— Merchants and Savings Bank.
W. S. JEFFRIS, President.
WM. BLADON, Vice President.

S. M. SMITH, Cashier. „
C. Ii. GAGE, Asst. Cashier.
E. J. HAUMERSON, Asst, Cashier.
DIRECTORS.

F.
S. Sheldon,
M. O. Mouat,
M. G. Jeffris,
I.
F. Connors,

W. S. Jeffris,
Wm. Bladon,
S. M. Smith.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esources.

Loans and discounts. . . .$ 1 ,0 0 3 ,0 9 1
Overdrafts ...........................
248
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
384,707
Due from approved reserve
nnks .................................
265,784
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
8,19 8
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
1,51 6
Gold coin .............................
26,2 8 0
Silver coin ...........................
2 ,58 9
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
29,341
Nickels and cents................
265
Total

L iab ilitie s.

70
18
00
15
69
02
00
15


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00
00
49
4!»
62
33
38

00
42

........................$1,7 2 2,0 2 1 31

NAMES OF
llenrv S. Lovejoy, Janes
$2,900
ville ..............................
1.500
J. F. Pember, Janesville.
2.500
Archie Reid, Janesville. .
500
John Gollner, Janesville
1,000
Geo. W. Yahn, Janesville
F. S. Baines, Janesville.
2.500
T. E. Bennison, Janesville
1,000
500
R. H. Howard, Janesville
J. Z. McLay, Janesville. .
1,000
W. H. Cory, Janesville. .
700
W. F. Palmer, Janesville
2,000
Geo. S. Parker, Janesville
2,0 00
Ogden H. Fethers, Janes­
ville ...............................
2,000
Sanford Soverliill, Janes­
ville ....................................
800
Mrs.
Sanford
Soverhill,
Janesville ............. ..
500
W. S. Jeffris, Janesville.. .
12,000
F. A. Capelie, Janesville. .
600
Mrs. H. A. Capelie, Janes­
ville ......................................
2,100
Mrs. Mary
M.
Bladon,
Janesville...........................
2,000
Wm. Bladon, Janesville. . .
2.500
Mrs. F. B. Cook, Janesville
1,900
S'. M. Smith, Janesville. . .
1,700
I. F. Connors, Janesville..
2,000
M. O. Mouat, Janesville. . .
3.000
Flora E. Macloon, Janes­
ville ...................................
7.000
F. S. Sheldon & S. M.
Smith, trustee, Janesville
2 ,80 0
C. H. Gage, Janesville. . . .
500

Capital stock jaid in------- $100,000
Surplus fund ......................
100,000
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ....................................
49,551
Due to banks— Deposits. .
42,655
Individual deposits, sub- ject to check.....................
320,839
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
88,658
Savings deposits ................ 1 ,0 2 0 ,3 1 6

.,7 2 2 , 021 31

STOCKHOLDERS.
E. J. Haumerson, Janesville
500
00 A. H. Bennison, Janesville
500
00 Benj. Bleasdale, Janesville
1 , 500
00 J. F. Sweeney, Janesville. .
1 , 000
00 James Menzies, Janesville.
400
00 Mrs. Mary M. Carle, Janes­
ville ....................................
00
2, 700
00 Mrs.
Jennie M. Keller',
Janesville...........................
00
2, 100
00 Mrs. Jennie M. Baker,
Janesville...........................
00
500
00 Miss E. May Clark, Janes­
ville ....................................
00
400
M. G. Jeffris, Janesville. . . .
2, 000
00 T. W. Nuzum, Janesville. . .
500
Susan A. Jeffris, Janesville.
10, 600
00 Wm. Winkley Estate, Janes­
ville .....................................
1 , 500
00 Wilbur F. Hoyt, Paw Paw,
Mich.......................................
00
1 , 500
00 A. E. Matheson, Janesville.
500
E. .T. Haumerson, trustee,
Janesville...........................
00
1 , 500
Mrs. Frances S. Boil’ey,
Fargo, N. D......................
00
2, 800
00 Allen
P. Lovejoy, anes00
ville ....................................
2, 400
00 Julia Stow Lovejoy, aJnes00
ville ....................................
2, 400
00 Mrs. S. M. Smith, Janes-.
ville ....................................
2, 800
00 Julia Susan Lovejoy .Janes­
ville ...................................
2, 400
00
00
$100, 000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

242

Jefferson— Farmers & Merchants Bank.

H. C. CHRISTIANS, President.
GEORGE COPE'LAND, Vice President.

GEO. J. KISPERT, Cashier.
W. S. HENRY, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
H. C. Christians,
George J. Kispert,
W. S. Henry,
Geo. Copeland,

Adam Kispert,
Geo. F. Bullwinkei,
O. F. Roessler.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

Liab ilities.

Loans and discounts......... $354,141
Overdrafts ...........................
3,171
U. S., state, municipal and
39,444
other onds ......................
Banking house ....................
5 ,00 0
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
89,120
Due from other banks . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
186
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
45
Gold coin .............................
3 ,87 0
2,545
Silver coin ..........
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..........
11,420
Nickels and cents...............
245
Total

38
58
40
00
86
27

Capital stockpaid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
..................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................

$60,000 Ou
20,000 00
24,230 02
114,900 42
290,061 24

43
28
00
70
00
78

____, ............... $509,191 68

Total

......................... $509,191 6S

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
George Grimm, Jefferson.
H. C. Christians, Johnson
Creek
...............................
George J. Kispert, Jeffer­
son ......................................
Mrs. G. J. Kispert, Jeffer­
son ......................................
W. S. Henry, Jefferson..
Mrs. Darcey Henry. Jeffer­
son
....................................
Mrs. A. B. Bullwinkei,
Jefferson ...........................
Geo. F. Bullwinkei, Jeffer­
son ....................................
Adam Kispert, Jefferson..
George Copeland, Jefferson


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$3,900 00 John M. Friedel,
Jefferson
Mrs.
Kate
Stoppenbach,
2 ,50 0 00
Jefferson ...........................
A. Puerner & Son Co., Jef­
1,500 00
ferson ...............................
Carl Seifert, Jefferson...
7,000 00 James
Campbell
estate,
6,000 00
Beaver Dam ....................
Mrs. Kate Stevens, Jeffer­
4,000 00
son ......................................
Mrs. Mathilda Trucks, Jef­
4 ,60 0 00
ferson ...............................
Albert A. Jahn,
Jefferson
800 00 Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, Jef­
500 00
ferson ...............................
1,700 00 Charles Jahn, Jefferson..

400 00
200 00
400 00
500 00
500 00
4,400 00
100 00
100 00
5,600 00
100 00

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NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
Mrs. Laura Steinberg, Jef­
ferson .................................
Otto Jalin, Jefferson . . . .
Mrs. Bertha Hoffman, Jef­
ferson .................. ..
Mrs. Elen ora Reinel, Jef­
ferson ...............................
Mrs. Mary Ü. Stevens, Ft.
Atkinson ...........................
Adele L. Henry, Jefferson
O. F. Roessler, Jefferson
O. J. Kerschensteiner, Jef­
ferson ...............................
J. Bienfang, Jefferson.........
George W. Bird, Madison
Wm. Bray, trustee, Whitewater ................................


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100 00

100 00
100 00

500 00
2,00 0 00
200 00
500 00
1,000 00
500 00
600 00

1,000 00

Mrs. Kate Gieseler, James­
town, N. Dak...................
Helen A. Jones, executrix,
Fayette, Iowa ................
Mrs. Kate Niehler, Farm­
ington ...............................
Mrs. Agnes Widmann, Jef­
ferson .................................
Clara Stevens, Jefferson...
Julia Kuestermann, Green
B a y ......................................
Mrs. Harriet Burchard, Fort
A tkin son............................
Mrs. Agnes K. Druse, Mil­
waukee ...............................
Total

3.000 00

1,200 00
1,600 00
300 00
300 00
900 00
300 00
1.000 00
$60,000 00

244

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Jefferson— The Jefferson County Bank.
W. H. PORTER, President.
J. W. PUERNER, Vice President.

M. BECK, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
W. H. Porter,
Wm. F. Puerner,
J. W. Puerner,

M. Beck,
J. W. Heid,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts......... $176,509 53 Capital stock paid in___
Overdrafts ...........................
1,70 5 54 Surplus fund ......................
U. S., state, municipal and
Undivided profits, less cur­
other bonds ....................
4 8,700 00
rent expenses and taxes
876 64
Premium on bonds...........
paid ....................................
Stocks and other securi­
Due to banks— Deposits. .
ties .....................................
300 00 Individual deposits, sub­
Banking house ....................
6,00 0 00
ject to check ................
Furniture and fix tu re s ....
1 ,5 0 0 0b Demand certificates of de­
Due from approved reserve
posit ..................................
banks ...............................
36,011 35 Notes and bills
re-dis­
Due from other b a n k s ....
7 ,91 6 00
counted .............................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
469 65
3 ,1 0 0 00
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,05 7 40
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
7,245 00
Nickels and cents................
511 76
Total

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

$291,902 87

Total

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

$50,000 00
10,000 00
6,18 7 23
657 89
87,267 78
127,789 97
10,000 00

$291,902 87

NAMES OE STOCKHOLDERS.
Eleonora Rein el, Jefferson
Hattie Reynard, Jefferson.
O. J. Kerschensteiner, Jef­
ferson ...............................
Lizetta Fischer, Jefferson.
Mary ette Winterling, Jef­
ferson ...............................
John W. Puerner, Jefferson
L. M. Smith, Jefferson...
Michael Beck. Jefferson...
L. Prenzlow, Jefferson.........
Anna M. Bullwinkel, Helenviile ....................................
W. S. Henry, Jefferson..
J. W. Heid, Jefferson ....
E. C. Hager, Jefferson...
Charles Leutz. Jefferson..
Sigmund Hoffman, Jeffer­
son ......................................
P. W. Hibbard. Jefferson.
George W. Bird, Madison.
Adele Henry, Jefferson...
Mrs.
Kate
Stoppenbach,
Jefferson ...........................


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$3,000 00
1,200 00
1,000 00
2 ,00 0 00
2,300
1,500
1,600
1,000
1,500

00
00
00
00
00

2,000
600
900
500
500

00
00
00
00
00

500
500
1,200
200

00
00
00
00

500 00

Mrs. Candis Brown, Jefferson ......................................
C. Stoppenbach estate, Jef­
ferson ..................................
A. Puerner & Son Co., Jef­
ferson ...............................
M. D. Foster, Jefferson...
W. H. Porter, Jefferson..
Mrs. E. C. Hager, Jefferson
Chas. H. Hager, Jefferson
Ben. R. Schweiger, Jeffer­
son ......................................
Wm. F. Puerner. Jefferson
Nattie Hausen, Fort Atkin­
son ......................................
Minnie Sontag, Fort Atkin­
son ....................................
Mary Bienfank, Milwaukee
Ellen Wissing, Milwaukee
John C. Fischer, Jefferson.
Total

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

1,700 00
9,000 00
3,400
600
2,800
500
500

00
00
00
00
00

500 00
500 00
2 0 0 00

200 00
200 00
6,20 0 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
$50,000 00

Reports of’ State Banks.

246

Johnson Creek— Mansfield’ s Bank.

FRED C. MANSFIELD,

President.

A.

E.

GREENWOOD,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Fred C. Mansfield,
A.
E. Greenwood,

Grace

Mansfield Pearce.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .............
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin .........................
Nickels and cents................
Total

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

L iab ilities.

$86,965
794
4 ,0 0 0
891

20
52
00
07

27,726 73
5,275 33
136 89
5,789
1,952
816
125

00
50
75
37

$134,473 36

Capital stockpaid in . . . .
....................
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

Total

$15,000 00
1,979 84
1,934 04
29,891 85
28,401 40
57,266 23

......................... $134,473 36

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Geo.

D.

Mansfield,

Mil-

Fred C. Mansfield, Johnson Creek ...........


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Grace Mansfield Pearce,
Milwaukee ....................
A. E. Greenwood, Johnson
14,700 00
Creek
...............................
$100 00

Total

100 00
100 00
$15,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

246

Juda— The Bank of Juda.

GEO. BARNUM, Cashier.

JOHN KRYDER, President.

John Kryder,
B.
H. Roderick,
Geo. Barnum,

DIRECTORS.
’

Amos Smith,
Ira D. Johnson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iabilities).

Resources.

Eoans and d is c o u n ts .....
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents................
Expense account ................
Total

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

$49,731
2,45 8
2 ,70 0
1,500

31
42
00
00

4,22 8
3,650
100
253

26
56
00
00

Capital stockpaid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
...................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Bills payable,
...................

$10,000 00
1 ,50 0 00
1,494 58
22,274 84
30,218 33
2 ,0 0 0 00

1,745 00
84 29
1,036 91
$67,487 75

Total

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

$67,487 75

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
John Kryder, Juda.............
Geo. Barnum, Juda...........
Amos Smith, Juda ...........
Ira D. Johnson, Juda . .
B. IJ. Roderick, Juda . .
Edith Allen, Juda ...........


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1,000
5,500
500
500
500
500

00 Carrie G. Miller, Huron,
S. D......................................
00
00 Miller and Hall, J u d a ....
00
Total .........................
00
00

1,000 00
500 Oo
$10,000 00

Report $ o f State Banks.

Junction City— Junction State

II. G. GRASHORN, President.
L. I. ROE, Vice President.

247

Bank.

JOHN SLOTA, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
H. G. Grashorn,
John Slota,
S. M. Quaw,
L. I. Rowe.

Jacob Roth,
H. E. Smith,
F. S. Grubb.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Ranking house ..................
Furniture and fix tu re s....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents................
Expense account ................
Total

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

L i a k i l i I ie s .

$17,638
7
2 ,33 8
1,840

87
23
58
00

2,013
1,684
205
362

17
04
00
60

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
$10,000
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
275
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check........... ..
8,275
Time certificates of de­
6,892
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
2,940

00
13
00
50
73

917 0b
95 06
1,281 81
$28,383 36

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

$28.383 36

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
L. I. Roe. Stanley...............
$1,000 00 W. A. Koch, Wausau...........
F. S. Grubb. Stanley...........
50.0 00 E. M. Hubbard, Wausau. . .
S'. F. Gospodar, S tan ley...
200 00 W. E. Hudtloff. W au sau ...
Imbert Roe, Stanley...........
500 00 F. H. Pardoe, Wausau.........
John Slota, Junction City.
500 00 Mrs. S. M. Quaw, Wausau.
II. G. Grasliorn, Junction
C. Weinfeld, Wausau.........
C i t y ......................................
500 00 S. M. Quaw, Wausau. . . .
F. R. ScObie, Rerlin.............
100 00 T. .T, Pitt, Junction City. .
August Anderson. Wausau.
200 00 C. F. Guenther, Knowlton
Fay Marshall, Wausau. . . .
100 00 A. II. Clark, Wausau...........
Robert Brown, Wausau. . . .
100 00 Henry Ruder. W a u s a u ....
.T. R. Goerling, Wausau.............
200 00 Jacob Roth, Junction City
C. A. Rarwig, W a u s a u ....
500 00
II. E. Smith, Wausau.........
500 00
Total ..........................
Ernest C. Koch. Wausau. .
200 00


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100 00
200 00
300 00
500 00
500 00
200 Of)
1,500 00
100 00
500 00
300 00
500 00
200 00
$10,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

248

Juneau— Citizens Bank of Juneau.

SIDNEY R. JONES, President.
W. E. HALLOCK, Vice President.

THE'O. P. HBMMY, Cashier.
F. W. GEBHARDT, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Sidney R. Jones,
Theo. P. Hemmy,
W. E. Ilallock,

Ferd Lindeman,
M. Hartzheim.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts......... $217,002 97
(Iverdrafts ...........................
557 64
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
24,350 00
Stocks and other securities .....................................
750 00
Banking house ....................
9 ,40 0 00
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
2,415 00
Other real estate owned..
2,400 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
24,934 00
Checks on other banks and
cash ite m s ........................
235 33
Gold coin ...........................
3,530 00
Silver coin ...........................
774 35
U. S. and national currency .................................
6,852 00
Nickels and cents................
114 33
Total

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

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund . . .
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, subject to check....................
Time certificates of deposit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’s checks outstanding ......................................

$293,315 62

Total

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

$30,000 00
10,000 00
2,180 42
91,924 42
96,028 86
36,208 58
26,973 34

$293,315 62

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.


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o
c
t€/=r

W. E. Hallock, Juneau...
Ferd Lindermann, Juneau
S. R. Jones, Juneau..........
James Duffy estate, Juneau
John C. Nehls, Juneau...
Elizabeth Rudolf, Juneau.
Michael Hartzheim, Juneau
John G. Bachhuber, Ju­
neau ....................................

500
4,300
2,000
500
400
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

E. E.
Chas.
Theo.
M. L.
A. H.
F. W.

Randall, Hustisford
Hawks, Horicon. . . .
P. ITemmy, Juneau.
Lueck, Juneau.........
Bussewitz, Juneau.
G'ebhardt, Juneau..
Total

500 00

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

1,000
200
9 .60 0
2,500
500
500

00
00
00
00
00
00

$30,000 00

Reports\ of State Banks.

249

Kaukauna— The Bank of Kankauna.
C. W. STRIBLEY, President.

P. A. TOWSLEY, Cashier.
DIRECTORS.

Geo. O. Bergstrom,
A. W. Priest,
Fred Hoehne,

John McNaughton, Jr.,
P. A. Towsley,
C. W. Stribley.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Liab ilities.

Loans and discounts......... $346,846 00
Overdrafts ...........................
30 53
Furniture and fixtures...
4 ,0 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
26,424 02
Due from other b a n k s ....
243 56
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
600 39
Gold coin .............................
4,68 5 00
Silver coin ...........................
1,276 15
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
11,887 00
Nickels and cents .............
291 1^
Total ........................

$396,283 79

Capital stock paid in .......
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Due to banks— Deposits . .
Dividends unpaid
..........
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit...................................
Savings deposits ................
Certified checks ..................
Total ........................

$80,000 00
6 ,79 8 00
4,495 74
324 43
30 00
63,507 4»
141,547 72
99,5 3 0 91
50 On
$396,283 79

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
Ct^o II. Runte estate, KauMar a M. Bub.
Milwaukee
400 OO
kauna .................................
$4,900 00 Anna R°uter, Milwaukee. .
400 00
F. A. Towsley, Kaukauna.
3,500 00 John
McNaughton,
Jr.,
A.'ex. McNaughton estate,
Kaukauna
......................
400 00
Kaukauna .........................
4,000 00 John G. Fechter, Kau­
John BrJl, South Kau­
kauna . ..................
200 00
kauna .................................
1,600 00 Joseph Goosen,
Kaukauna
800 00
A. W. Priest, A ppleton...
5,000 00 Ferdinand Hoehne, Kau­
Mrs. N. H. Brokaw, trus­
kauna ...............................
700 00
tee, Appleton .......... » . . .
2,400 00 A. P. Bayorgeon,
Kau­
Mrs. John P. Reuter, trus­
kauna ...................
400 00
tee, Kaukauna ................
400 00 A. C. Merryman, Jr., Mari­
IT. S. Cooke, K aukauna...
1 ,00 0 00
nette .................................
300 00
John McNaughton Estate,
Amy
Merryman
G'reene,
Appleton ...........................
9 ,00 0 00
Evanston, 111......................
300 00
Algernon S. Galpin, AppleMrs.
Bertha
Olmstead,
ton .......................................
6,500 00
Marinette ........................
300 00
Barbara Rosebush, AppleReubin C. Merryman, Mar­
ton ......................................
3,000 00
inette ............................
200 00
L. Lindauer, Kaukauna. . .
2,000 00Mrs. Louise' F. Merryman,
Peter Feller, Kaukauna . .
80000 Marinette .........................
600 00
C. W. Stribley, Kaukauna
600 00Joseph J. McCarty estate,
J. H. Delbridge, Oconto
Kaukauna .........................
600 00
Falls .................................
600 00 Kathrine M. Essline, Mil­
Peter McNaughton Estate,
waukee .............................
400 00
Appleton ..........................
1 ,50 0 00 Henry Schubert, Kaukauna
800 00
Geo. O. Bergstrom, Neenah
5 ,00 0 00 B. W. Hayes, Kaukauna. .
600 00
J. A. Kimberly, Neenah..
1,300 00 Louise F. Van Cleve, Dex­
II. J. Yerstegen, Little
ter, C’al................................
300 00
Chute ..................................
500 00 Christine Klein, Kaukauna
100 00
John E. Verstegen, Little
John Schmidt, Kaukauna..
300 00
Chute .................................
500 00 C. Douglas Towsley, Kau­
Frank J. Verstegen, Little
kauna ..................................
400 00
Chute .................................
600 00 Maggalena Kreiss, AppleJohn Schulthies, Kaukauna
1,600 00
ton ......................................
1 ,60 0 00
W. C. Sullivan, Kaukauna
60000
Maria Reuter, Kaukauna.
13,000 00
Total
$80,000 00


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Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

25 0

Kendall— Kendall State Bank.

G. R. HILL, President.
O. R. HOLMES, Vice President.

CHAS. MARQUETTE, Cashier.
HARRY A. ROGERS, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
O. R. Holmes,
Harry A. Rogers,

Chas. Marquette.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts . . . .
$80,920 97
Overdrafts . . ........................
2,431 26
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
36,605 56
147
00
Premium on bonds.
Ranking house ....................
3,45 0 00
Furniture and fixtures...
2,12 6 25
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
1 2,240 77
Due from other b a n k s ....
7,713 91
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
. 30 50
380 00
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
682 65
U. S', and national cur­
rency .................................
4,259 00
Nickels and cents .•.
16
83
Total ......................... $151,004 70

Capital stock paid i n . . . . $10.000 On
730 5.5
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes 1
paid ....................................
1,45 8 53
Due to banks— Deposits. .
194 23
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
30,147 81
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
6,37 8 98
Time certificates of de­
102,094 60
posit .................................

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

$151,004 70

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
G. R. Hill. Kendall.............
O. R. Holmes, K en d a ll...
Chas. Marquette, Kendall.
Harry A. Rogers, Kendall.
Henry Kiel, Kendall.........
Fred Zimmerman, Kendall
Patrick Finucan, Kendall.
Thos. Moe, Kendall...........


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$500
1,500
2 ,70 0
3,700
100
200
100
50

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

P. .1. Moe, Kendall...........
Revillo Moffltt, Elroy..................
Annie
Chandler
Rogers,
K e n d a ll......................................
Minnie L. Holmes, Kendall
Total

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

50 00
30000
50000
300 00

$10,000 00

Report si of\ State Banks.

251

Kenosha— Merchants & Savings Bank.

H.
G.

B. ROBINSON, President.
P. ROBINSON, Vice President.

A. E. KTTOLT, Cashier
N. A. ROWE, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
H.
G.

B. Robinson,
P. Robinson,

A. E. Kuolt.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts . . . . $304,319 02
Overdrafts ............................
1,371 00
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
55,630 48
Stocks and other securi­
ties ....................................
7,000 00
Thanking house
...............
12,500 00
Due from approved reserve
45,362 80
banks ......................
Due from otherb a n k s ....
1,417 55
Checks on other banks and
537 74
cash items ......................
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
2,469 12
9,027 50
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
3 ,17 6 20
U. S. and national cur­
rency ............................
15,711 00
Nickels and cents................
476 00
Total ........................."$ 4 58 ,9 98 41

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
...................................
P a id
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

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

$50,000 00
2,50 0 00
9,454 87
199,657 79
70,166 86
127,218 89

$458,998 41

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
II. B. Robinson, Kenosha..
G1. P. Robinson, Kenosha.


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$48,000 00, A. E. Kuolt, K e n o sh a ....
1,000 00
1,000 00
---------------------- .
I
Total ......................... $50,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking

25 2

Kewaskum— Bank of Kewaskum.

A. L. ROSENHEIMER, President.
M. ROSENHEIMER, Vice President.

B. H. ROSENHEIMER, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
A. L. Rosenheimer,
M. Rosenheimer,
Joseph Schmidt,

B. H. Rosenheimer,
L. P. Rosenheimer,
G. A. Ivuechenmeister.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discounts......... $195,535 20
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,70 2 70
U. S.. state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
15,321 25
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
42,932 20
bne from other ba n k s...
4,98 9 56
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
20 02
280 0o
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
305 70
IT. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
3,42 3 00
4 24
Nickels and cents .............
Total ......................... $264,513 93

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ..................................
Savings deposits ................

$15,000 00
5,50 0 00
6,695 90
25,331 50
1 9 6 ,8 9 4 5 6
15,091 97

Total ......................... $264,513 93

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
A.

L. Rosenheimer, Ke­
waskum .............................
M. Rosenheimer, Kewas­
kum ....................................
G.
A.
Kuechenmeister,
West Bend ......................
Joseph Schmidt, Kewaskum ................................. '•
N. W. Rosenheimer, Ke­
waskum ...........................


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5 ,40 0 00
5,300 00
100 00
100 00
1,000 00

D. M. Rosenheimer, Cedarburg .....................................
L. P. Rosenheimer, Kewas­
kum ....................................
B. H. Rosenheimer, Ke­
waskum .............................
Total

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

100 00
2,000 00
1 ,00 0 00
$15,000 00

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253

Kewaskum— Citizens State Bank.

C. C. HENRY, President.
F. M. SCHULER, Vice President.

H. E. HENRY, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.

C. C. Henry,
F. M. Schuler.

H. E. Henry.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Liab ilities.

Loans and d is c o u n ts ..... $100,242 00 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Overdrafts . .........................
2S 32 Surplus fund ......................
Furniture and fixtu res...
2,75 0 00 Undivided profits, less cur­
Due from approved reserve
rent expenses and taxes
banks .................................
9,404 44
paid ....................................
Checks on other banks and
Individual deposits, sub­
420 16
cash items ......................
ject to check ..................
Gold coin .............................
1 ,12 0 00 Time certificates of de­
Silver coin ...........................
938 05
posit ...................................
U. S. and national cur­
Savings deposits ................
4,725 00
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
118 29
Total ........................

$119,747 20

$15,000 00
1 ,1 0 0 00
1,090 26
19,761 55
70,544 55
12,250 9b

Total ......................... $119,747 26

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Philip J. Vogt, Kewaskum
II. J. Lay estate, Kewas­
kum ...................................
N. Edward Hausmann, Ke­
waskum .............................
4. G. Koch, Kewaskum ...
W. F. Backhaus, Kewas­
kum ..................................
.T. W. Schaefer, Kewaskum
Robt. Backhaus, Kewas­
kum ....................................
A. A. Perschbacher, Ke­
waskum .............................
TT. W. Krahn. Kewaskum.
William Stark, Anaheim,
Cal.........................................


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$100 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
200
100
600
100
100

August Bilgo, Kewaskum.
H. E. Henry, Kewaskum. .
1. II. Janssen, Beechwood
Clarence Hill, Port Wash-

500 00

George E. Henry, Riverside. Cal.............................
00 F. M. Schuler, Milwaukee,
00
Wis........................................
C. C. Henrv, West Bend..
00 W. E. Wolfrum. West Bend
R. M. Henry, West Bend.
00
00

100 00

100 00
3,000 00
100 0b

Total

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

500 00
2 ,00 0
6,500
500
100

00
00
00
00

$15,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

254

Kewaunee— State Bank of Kewaunee.
i

L.

ALBERT KAREL, President.

V. IT. JANDA, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.

Joseph Duvall,
L. Albert Karel,
John M. Borgman,

Wenzel Kieweg,
John L. Haney.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts . . . . $523,838 70
Overdrafts ...........................
378 20
U. S'., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
95,000 00
Banking house ..................
10,000 00
Furniture and fixtures . . .
5,000 00
Other real estate owned. .
2,800 00
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
94,045 75
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
1,749 46
Gold coin .............................
5,095 00
621 35
Silver coin ..........................
II. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
12,893 00
Nickels and cents .............
86 20
Insurance premiums ad­
vanced and due .............
1,062 79
Total ......................... $752,570 5a

Capital stock paid in -----Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ...............

$60,000 00
15,000 00
5,674 56
100,440 93
566,006 17
5,448 88

Total ......................... $752,570 54

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Joseph Duvall, Kewaunee
Mrs. Bertha Grimmer, Ke­
waunee .............................
L. Albert Karel, Kewaunee
John M. Borgman, Kewau­
nee ....................
Wenzel Kieweg, Green Bay
John L. Haney, Kewaunee
Geo. A. Duvall, Kewaunee
Wenzel Heck, Kewaunee. .
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$10,500 00
6.500 00
10,000 00
10,000
4.500
1 0 ,0 0 0
2 .50 0
1.500
750

00
00
00
00
00
00

John Walecka, Jr., Kewau­
nee ......................................
V. IT. .Tanda. Kewaunee. .
E. M. Rice, Kewaunee. . . .
Albert W. Teske, Kewau­
nee ......................................
Fred .1. Foser, Kewaunee.
W. M. Wochos, Kewaunee
Total .........................

500 00
500 Of)
750 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
$60,000 00

Reports of\ State Banks.

265

Kiel— State Bank of Kiel.

H. S. ELDRED, President.
W. P. WAGNER, Vice President.

RICHARD KIEL, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
H. S. Eidred,
<L B. Laun,
W. P. Wagner,

H. Schaper,
Richard Kiel.

Statement, November 10', 1910.

Resources.

Lijvljilities.

Loans and discounts
. . . . $362,102 91
Overdrafts ............................
2,511 85
U. S., state, municipal and
17,000 00
other bonds ....................
Banking house ...................
10,847 92
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
1,695 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
46,728 l'A
Due from other b a n k s ....
5 ,43 7 92
Checks on other banks and
4,65 6 88
cash items ......................
Gold coin ............... .............
5,465 00
Silver coin ...........................
1,328 30
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
12,446 00
Nickels and cents .............
133 81
Total ......................... $470,353 71

Capital stock paid in. .
Surplus fund ___
Undivided profits, less’ cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................
Individual deposit’s,’ ’ ’sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits . . . . . . . .

Total

$50 ,0 00 ' 00
10,000 00
22,007 44
123,710 86
256,037 54
8,597 87

$470,353 71

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
•T. B. Laun, K iel................
R. Kiel. K iel........................
A. W. Dassler, K iel...........
H. Schaper, A p p leton ....
W. P. Wagner. Green Bay
P. W. Wagner, K iel...........
Anna L. Wagner, Green
Bay ......................................
Lucia S. Suffel, St. Paul,
Minn......................................
Frank Suffel, St. Pauli
Minn. ............. ...................


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$11,800
3.000
2.000
3.000
6.400
1.000

00 H. S. Eldred, Milwaukee.
00 M. Foote. Chicago, 111.
00 Chas. E. Vroman, Chicago,
00
III....................................
00 Helen Wittman. Merrill..
00 Minnie Heins, Kiel.............
Emma Heins, Wittenberg.
3.400 00 Pauline Laun, Kiel...........
Clara Dassler. Kiel...........
4.400 00 Iv. M. Foote, Chicago, 111..

2,000 00

Total

2 ,0 0 0 00

500 00
500 00
1,500 00
2 .0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00

1,800 00
1,700 00
1,000 00
$50,000 00

256

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Kilbourn— Farmers and Merchants State Bank.

R. D. BARNEY, President.
THOS. M. McMANMAN, Vice President.

A. C. TENNISON, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Thos.
F. P.
J. J.
D. T.

M. McManman,
McManman,
Zwicky,
O’Neil,

R. D. Barney,
A. W. Barney,
Jas. , F. Dougherty.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esoti rc e s.
Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ............................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Furniture and fixtures. ..
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents . ............

L iab ilitie s.

$64,475 57
1 89
6,500 00
3,651 51
11,558 38
1,315 58

$20,000 00
9 9 6 98

29.938 17
44,906 11

2,294 79
50 00
783 65
5,121 00
88 89
$95,841 26

Total

Capital stockpaid in .............
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid
................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject tocheck ....................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

Total

$95,841 26

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-y$

Albert Felgenhcuer, Kil­
bourn .................................
100 00
G. C. Neff, Kilbourn.........
200 00
TT. P. Broughton. Kilbourn
200 00
F. E. Markham, Osage,
200 00
Iowa .................................
500 00
Thos. F. Hyde, Milwaukee
500 00
500 00
00 C. E. Babcock, Necedah. .
Harry W. Barney, Necedah
1,000 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1,000 0o D. W. Chenev, S p a r t a ....
1 .00 0 OO
100 00 L. T. Hill, Sparta.............
1,00 0 00
200 00 A. W. Barney, S p a r t a ....
200 00
500 00 P. W. Dougherty, Lyndon
500 00
200 00 Daniel H. Grady, Portage
500 00
Total ......................... $20,000 00
300 00
500 00
o
o

00
7 ,80 0 00
500 00

O
o
00

.las. F. Dougherty, Kil­
bourn .................................
R. D. Barney, Kilbourn..
T). T. O’Neil. K ilbou rn...
Daniel
McManman, Kil­
bourn .................................
Thos. M. McManman, Kil­
bourn ...............................
F. P. McManman, Kil­
bourn .................................
A. C. Tennison. Kilbourn.
Henrv Evans, Kilbourn . .
W. P. Mulligan. Kilbourn
L. R. Lloyd, Kilbourn. . . .
John J. Zwicky, Kilbourn.
Wm. Ketchum, Kilbourn.
A. C. Stowers, Kilbourn. .

Reports' oft State Banks.

257

Kilbourn— Kilbourn State Bank.

L. N. COAPMAN, Cashier.

W. S. STROUD, President.

DIRECTORS.
L. N. Coapman,
W. S. Stroud,

R. M. Stroud.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discounts . . . . $322,921 74 Capital stockpaid i n . . . .
436 38 Surplus fund ......................
Overdrafts ............................
Individual deposits, sub­
U. S., state, municipal and
ject tocheck ....................
81,175 00
other bonds ....................
10,000 00 Demand certificates of de­
Banking house ....................
posit
................................
4,000 00
Furniture and fixtures...
Time certificates of de­
Due from approved reserve
posit
................................
57.746 92
banks .................................
6,75 0 75
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
493 42
cash items ......................
545 00
Gold coin .............................
1,488 25
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur6,062 00
rency .................................
212 41
Nickels and cents .............
109 9 i
Expense account ................
Total ......................... $491,941 78

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

$20,000 00
20 %000 00
52,169 90
58 50
399,713 38

$491,941 78

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
W. S. Stroud, T ortage...
It. M. Stroud, Portage.........

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$19,800 00 I L. N. Coapman, Kilbourn.
100 00
I
Total .........................

1 0 0 00

$ 20,000 00

258

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

Kingston— Kingston State Bank.
i

i

.T. T. SHAW, President.
EDW.* VAUGHAN, Vice President.

E. DIXON, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
A. O. Ellison,
James Carter,
A. W. Miller.

E. Dixon,
Ed. Vaughan,
J. T. Shaw,
Frank Umbreit,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.
Loans and discounts
Banking house ...................
Furniture and fixtures . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national currency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Expense account ................

$58,462 55
500 00
977 44

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

.$75,261 29

S , 588
1,000
820
951

19
00
00
20

Capital stock paid in. . . .
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, subject to check ..................
Time certificates of dcposit .................................

$15,000 00
1,173 96
12,872 08
46,215 25

2,777 00
59 00
1,125 91
Total ........................

$75,261 29

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
James Carter, Markesan. . .
Edw. Vaughan, Kingston. .
A. W. Miller, C a m b ria ....
E. Dixon, Kingston.............
•T T Shaw. Kingston.........
F. .T. Umbreit, Kingston. . .
A. O. Ellison, Kingston. . . .
Mrs. A. O. Ellison, Kingston ......................................
W. S. Buekland, Milwaukee
Eugene' L. Eisen. Milwaukee
Mrs. Cora Carter, Markesan ......................................
PL H. Carter M arkesan...
John Calder, Markesan. . . .
8. M. Vaughan, Kingston. .
James Hamer. Kingston. . .
W H Hunt. M a d iso n ....
Alex. McDonald. Markesan.
Evan Humphrey, Kingston.
Mrs.
Jennie
Humphrey,
K ingston............................
W. W. Hunter, Browning. .
<Vm. Sink Markesan...........
Emma Humphrey, Kingston
Wm. G. Humphrey, Kingston ............................. ..


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$500
500
500.
500
500
500
500

00
00
Ou
00
00
00
00

00
00
00
00

Mathew Humphrey, Kingst o n .......................................
H. P. Friday, Markesan. . .
Edward Tayloe, Markesan
Wm. Lueptow, Sr., Markesan ......................................
Wm. Dalton. Pardeeville. . .
Chas. Dalton, Kingston. . . .
Mrs. Thomas Gunderson,
K ingston............................
Godfred Winnie, Cambr'a. .
R. G. Williams. Cambria. . .
Alvin Thayer. Kingston . . .
W. R. Sims. Kingston.........
W. F. Lueptow. Kingston. .
Ellis Owens. Waukesha. . . .
E. .T. Williams. Randolph..
W. G. .Tones, Randolph. . . .
W. PI. Ames. M ark esan ....
Henry Volkman, Jr., Kingston ....................................
Edward Murphy. Kingston
Alex. Murphy. Kingston . .
H. E. Ileft, K in g sto n ....
Ray Carter, Markesan. . . .

200 00

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

500 00
300 00
200 00
200 00
500 ou
too 00
200 00
500 00
500 01
200 Ol'
400 Ou
100
500
500
300

500 O'1
500 00
200 00
500 oo
500 00
500 00
100
300
500
200
300
500
500
200
100
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
Of)
00
00

200
100
100
200
200

00
00
00
00
00

$15,000 00

259

Reportsj ofl State Banks.

Knapp— State Bank of Knapp.

F. H. WELLCOME, President.
WM. ROBINSON, Vice President.

C. R. CASE. Cashier.
M. E. GORES, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
F. H. Wellcome,
William Robinson,

C. R. Case.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

LitiLilities.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
TJ. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ..................
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S', and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

$74,879 40
90 26

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

$93,579 55

17 7o
1,815 72
11,061 85
214 68
1 ,81 7 75
900 00
304 20
2,415 00
62 99

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
Total

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 Oo
1,750 00
1,192 30
43,111 67
1,478 42
33,540 93
2,347 29
158 94
$93,579 55

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS,
Eva Townsend, Minneapo­
lis, Minn.............................
C. R. Case, Knapp..............
F. H. Wellcome, Minneapo­
lis. Minn.............................
W. H. Francis, Menomcnie.
F. H. Gross, Knapp.........
Frank Kimball, K n a p p ...
Maw L. Kimball, K n a p p ...
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•Tohn McMahon, K n a p p ...
Wm. Robinson, K n a p p ....
Union
Investment
Co..
Minneapolis, Minn...........
500 00 Hall estate (incorporated),
1 0 0 00
Knapp ...............................
1 00 00 Margaret
E.
Waterbury,
2 0 0 00
Minneapolis, Minn...........

$300 00
2 ,0 0 0

1 0 0 00

300 00

00

1 00 00
2 0 0 00

Total

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

4,500 00
1,400 00
200 00
$10,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

260

La Crosse— Citizens State Bank.

THOMAS S. THOMPSON, Cashier.
A. O. NELSON, Asst. Cashier.

H. B. DAHLE, President.
H. E. STRAND, Vice President.

DIRECTORS.
II. B. Dahle,
H. E. Strand,
A. O. Nelson,

Thomas S. Thompson,
Otto Wolfe.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

59
Loans anddiscounts. . . . $109,554
Overdrafts
......................
13 65
Furniture and fixtures
..
1,901 53
Due from approved reserve
banks ...................... ..
8,543 20
Checks on other banks and
6 3 jl
cash items ......................
Exchanges
for
clearing
60 16
house . ................................
640 00
Gold coin .............................
445 05
Silver coin ...........................
IT. S. and national cur­
00
1,147
rency ............. ....................
86 34
Nickels and cents .............
Total ......................... $122,397^83

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................

Total

$50,000 Oo
1,000 00
1 ,44 3 99
37,040 48
19,308 24
13,605 12

$122,397 83

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
H. B. Dahle, Mt. Horeb. .
H. L. Dahle, Mt. Horeb..
j . T. Dahle estate, Mt.
Horeb .................................
T. G. Lmgard, Mt. Horeb
Thomas S. Thompson, La
Crosse ........... ...................
Iirr, • ■ Ytrschner, Browns­
ville, *?inn, ............. ..


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A. O. Nelson. La Crosse.
Otto Wolfe, La C rosse...
H. E. Strand, La Crosse.
Thompson.
La
1,000 00 James
Crosse ................................
1 ,0 0 0 00
M. C. Holseth, Bowman,
N. D....................................
2 .0 0 0 00

$41,800 00
1,000 00

1,000 00

Total

500 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
500 00
$50,000 00

261

Reports of State Banks.

La Crosse— Exchange State Bank.

J, E. WHEELER, President.
ORLANDO HOLWAY, Vice President.

.TOS. P. GOHRES, Cashier
ROB’T B. LOWRY, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
IV. B. Tschamer,
Joseph P. Gohres.

J. E. Wheeler,
Orlando Holway,
Wm. F. Gohres,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

$218,875 8(S
Loans and discounts
2,593 53
Overdrafts ........... ...............
U. S., state, municipal and
11,340 00
other bonds ....................
5 ,00 0 00
Banking house ..................
1 ,50 0 00
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
34,053 34
banks ...........................
Exchanges
for
clearing
1,941 38
house .................................
3,79 5 00
Gold coin ......... ...................
1 ,0 6 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
TJ. S'. and national cur­
9 ,03 2 00
rency ..................................
27 50
Nickels and cents .............
$289,218 61

Total

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ......... ........................
Savings deposits ................
Certified checks ..................

Total

$25,000 00
6 ,50 0 00
1 ,11 6 80
78,268 65
61,057 77
117,215 39
60 OO

$289,218 61

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
J. E. Wheeler, La Crosse..
O. Holway, La Crosse. . . .
W. F. Gohres, La Crosse.
John Wachter estate, La
C rosse.................................
Robert Schulze, La Crosse
Peter Casberg, La Crosse
Peter Anderson. La Crosse
.T. B. Turnbul, La Crosse..
W.
B.
Tscharner,
La
Crosse ...............................
J. E. McConnell, La Crosse
S. J. Waite estate, La
C rosse.................................
Otter Amsrud, La Crosse..
W. .T. Lowry, La; Crosse. .
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II. Griswold estate, La
Crosse ...............................
.Tos. P. Gohres. La Crosse. .
Geo. B. Phillips, La Crosse
1,000 00 Walter Woods, La Crosse.
400 00 Geo. B. Bates, La Crosse
200 00 Mrs. C. A. Waite, La
Crosse ...............................
700 00
B.
Lowry,
La
200 00 Robert
Crosse ..................
1 .50 0 00 Mary Wachter, La Crosse
500 00 .T. J. Esch. La C r o s s e ....
Exchange State Bank, La
Crosse .............................
2.500 00
400 00
1 0 0 00
Total
500 00

$ 2,000 00

1,900 00
2.500 00

400
5.000
1.000
1.400
500

00
00
00
00
00

200 00
900 00
500 00

200 00
500 00
$25,000 00

262

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

La Crosse— Security Savings Bank of La Crosse.

EDWARD LYONS, President.
F. A. COTTON, Vice President.

•T. A. T il WING, Cashier.
OTTO J. S. MUNZ, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
.T. A. Thwing,
Edward Lyons,
P. A. Cotton,
B. F. Keeler,

N. Frey,
L. J. Kilian,
A. Gunderson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts ____ $141,376
Overdrafts ...........................
593
Furniture and fixtures . . .
4,00 0
Other real estate owned..
153
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
66,662
Due from other banks . . .
93
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
17
Exchanges
for
clearing
_ \l° use ....................................
556
3,13 0
Gold com .............................
Silver coin ........................
798
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
5,089
Nickels and cents ..............
66

41
93
00
40

72
67
71
63
00
5o

Capital stock paid in-----Surplus fund.........................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
T Pi11?, ■ ...............................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand and time certifi­
cates of d ep osit.............
Savings deposits ................

$30,000 00
4,70 0 00
1,271 47
41,081 85
13,518 38
131,966 07

00

70

Total ......................... $222,537 77

Total ......................... $222,537 77

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
E. C. Swarthout, La Crosse
•I. A. Thwing, La Crosse.
C. Christensen, La Crosse
Edward Lyons, La Crosse
F. A. Cotton, La Crosse..
Otto J.
S.
Munz,
La
Crosse ...............................
C. M. Dow, Madison.........
A. Gunderson, La Crosse.
O. R. Skaar, La C rosse...
A. U. Murphy. La Crosse.
N. Trey, La C’rosse.........
W.
C.
McCormac,
La
Crosse ...............................


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1,000
1,400
500
2,500
2,500
500
2,500
2,50 0
2,000
2,50 0
1,000

00 .John Rusche, La Crosse..
G. W. Lueck, La Crosse..
L. J. Kilian, La Crosse. . .
W. H. Sanders. La Crosse
F.eigh Toland, La Crosse..
B. F. Keeler, La Crosse. .
Ou Chas. L. Weis, La Crosse.
00 C. M. Moore, La Crosse. .
Ou A. H. Sanford, La Crosse
00 A. J. Hanus, La Crosse. .
00 Ole Elbertson, La Crosse.
00 L. P. Benezet, La Crosse
00
00
00
00

500 00

Total

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

500 00
500 00
1 , 0 0 0 00

1,500
500
1,500
300
500
1 , 000
500
1,800
1 ,0 0 0

OO

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$30,000 00

Reports of} State Banks.

263

La Crosse— State Bank of La Crosse.

J. M. HOLLEY, Vice President.

.T. M. HOLLEY, Jr., Cashier.
P A U L T. S C H U LZE , A sst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
A. Bellerue,
J. M. Holley,
H. A. Kroner,

L. H. Martin,
John C. Burns,
Jos. Miller.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts
. . . . $730,472 98
Overdrafts ...........................
1,093 45
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
77,153 60
Premium on bonds..
522
30
Stocks and other securi­
ties ...................................
44,736 00
Banking house ....................
7,000! 00
Furniture and fixtu res...
1,000 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
195,428 16
Checks on other banks and
2,10 7 55
cash items ......................
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
3 ,56 7 23
Gold coin .............................
23,685 00
Silver coin ........................ .. , 9 ,21 8 60
U. S', and national cur­
rency ..................................
40,567 00
Nickels and cents . . . . . . .
91 89
Total ...................... $ 1 ,1 3 6,6 4 3 76

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ........... ........................
Due to banks— Deposits..
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$50,000 Oo
50,000 00
14,407 96
50,918 78
183,988 25
277,314 69
510,014 08

Total ...................... $ 1 ,1 3 6,6 4 3 76

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Geo.
H. Ray estate, La
Crosse ...............................
.T. M. Holley, La C rosse...
T. B. Lawrence, La Crosse
II. Goddard
estate, La
Crosse ...............................
M. Simon, La Crosse.........
A. Bellerue. La Crosse. . . .
Mrs. E. S. B. Moore. Sparta
Geo. M. Gund, Seattle,
Wash....................................
Ashbel J. Crocker, Emporia,
Kan........................................
Mrs.
J. W.
Weston, La
Crosse ...............................
Mrs. Geo. H. Ray, La Crosse
Margery Sill, La C rosse...
F. E-. Sill. La Crosse...........
Geo.
II. Ray, trustee, La
Crosse ...............................


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$6,600 00
5,300 00
1 ,70 0 00
6 ,80 0 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
700 00
5,800
1,400
1,200
800

00
00
00
00

3,00 0 00

.T. M. Holley, Jr., La Crosse
Harriet A.
Jenks,
La
Crosse ...............................
John C. Burns, La Crosse..
Jos. Miller, La Crosse.........
H. A. Kroner, La Crosse.
L. LI. Martin, La Crosse. .
Paul T. Schulze, La Crosse
R. ,T. Ray, La Crosse.........
H. K. Holley, La Crosse..
Arthur
Erickson,
La
Crosse ...............................
Axtell Fjeistad. La Crosse
Alfred
J.
Miller,
La
Crosse ...............................
C. Christensen, La Crosse
A. Gundersen, La Crosse.
Total

400 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
2,500 00
1,000 OO
1,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
400 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
2 ,00 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00

........................... $50,000 00

264

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Ladysmith— State Bank of Ladysmith.

R. O. SINCLAIR, President.
D. F. CLARK, Vice President.

J. O. SINCLAIR, Cashier.
B. E. FRENCH, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
R.
D.
R.
F.

S.
F.
O.
W.

Johnson,
Clark,
Sinclair,
Tubbs,

R. H. Burns,
J. O. Sinclair,
W. J. Kermott.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts . . . . .$243,864 58
Overdrafts ...........................
2,232 40
Stocks and other securiT ties .....................................
230 44
6,100 00
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fixtu res...
1 ,40 0 00
Other real estate owned.
1,278 39
Due from approved reserve
hanks .................................
53,191 20
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
168 42
1,73 0 0 0
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
2,65 2 35
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
1 1 ,1 0 2 00
Nickels and cents
.........
168 9 4
Total ......................... $324,118 72

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check....................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

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

$25,000 00
7 ,0 0 0

00

502 43
160,452 99
78,377 41
49,428 24
3,357 65

$324,118 72

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS
R. O. Sinclair, Ladysmith
J. O. Sinclair, Ladysmith.
E. N. Bailey, Sac City,
Iowa .................................
A. W. Bailey, Sac City,
Iowa .................................
S. M. Elwood, Sac City,
Iowa .................................
D. F. Clark, Minneapolis,
Minn.................
3,50 0
R. S. Johnson, Ladysmith


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$5,800 00
4 ,00 0 00

R. J. Sands, Ladysmith. .
B. B. French, Ladysmith.
F. W. Tubbs, Chicago, 111.
1,000 00 W. J. Kermitt, Ladysmith
Mrs. J. O. Sinclair, Lady­
1,000 00
smith ..................................
.T. VV. Vanderhoof. Darien.
2,000 00 R. H. Burns, Ladysmith. .
Frances Stare, Waukesha.
00
500 00
Total .........................

10000
20000
2,40 0 00
90000
1,500 00
10000
50000
1,500 00
$25,000 00

265

Reports oj? State Banks.

La Farge— Bank of La Farge.

CARLOS BUCHANAN, President.
J. A. HAYES, Vice President.

L. L. LATHROP, Cashier.
J. J. CREEDEN, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Carlos Buchanan,
J. A. Hayes,

L. L. Lathrop,
J- J- Cre'eden.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilities.

Resources.

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Other real estate owned. .
Due from approved reserve
banks .............................
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
Nickels and cents .............

$02,811 87 Capital stock paid i n. . . .
374 51 Surplus fund ......................
1 ,30 0 00 Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
1 , 0 0 0 00
paid ....................................
173 00
Individual deposits, sub­
20,733 04
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
135 73
posit .................................
815 00
146 95

880 01
32,174 55
49,809 21

4,227 00
21 67
$91,738 77

Total

$7,500 09
1,375 00

Total

$91,738 77

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
H W. Hubbell, Milwaukee.
L. L. Lathrop. La Farge. .
,T. A. Hayes, La Farge------


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$2,400 00 Carlos Buchanan, La Farge
1,800 00 J. J. Creeden, La F a r g e ...
1,700 00
Total

800 00
800 00
$7,500 00

266

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Lake Mills— Bank of Lake Mills.
S. A. REED, President.
CONRAD ENGSBERG, Vice President.

E, C. BROWN, Cashier.
O. B. COOMBE, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
S. A. Reed,
Wm. Everson,
E. C. Brown,

Conrad Engsberg,
W. A. Engsberg.

otatement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Loans and discounts . . . . $155,703 30
Overdrafts ...........................
3 ,38 4 4 7
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
500 0 0
6,84 5 00
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
1,96 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
40,861 28
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
7 4 7 02
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
54 77
Gold coin .............................
1 ,65 5 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,13 4 30
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
7,521 00
Nickels and cents .............
113 17
Total ......................... $220,479 31

L iab ilities.

Capital stockpaid in -------Surpbis fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid .........................•.........
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...........................

Total

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
L. p. Fargo estate, Lake
Miss Florine Veeder, Lake
Mills . ..................................
$5,000 00
Mills ...................................
H. B. Fargo. D eerfield....
2,000 00 F. Bunke,Lake Mi l l s . . . .
Edward Crump, Lake Mills
1,500 00 P. W. Mansfield, WaterE. C. Brown, Lake Mills.
4,000 00
town ....................................
Wm. Emerson, Lake Mills
500 00 Mildred Mansfield, Johnson
Conrad
Engsberg,
Lake
Creek .................................
Mills .................................
500 00 Myers Investment Co., Los
R. E. Faville, Lake Mills.
500 00
Angeles, Cal.....................
S'. A. Reed, Lake M ills ...
800 00 Wm. A. Engsberg, Lake
B. J. Silliman, Los Ange­
Mills .................................
les, Cal.........................
1,500 00 Mrs. O. B. Coombe, Lake
Phebe Gardner, Augusta..
1,000 0 0
Mills .................................
N. II. Falk, Lake M ills. .
1,00 0 00 W. H. Oat way,Lake Mills
L. D. Fargo Library, Lake
Chas.
Schaffarzick,
Liv­
Mills ........................
2,50 0 00
ingston, Mont...................
Mrs. E. C. Brown, Lake
Frank Wallace estate, Lake
Mills .................................
500 00
Mills ....................................
Mrs. Louisa English, Lake
Mills .................................
1,500 00
Total .........................


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$30,000 0 0
1 1 ,0 0 0

00

2 ,64 9 99
74,761 30
102,068 On

$220,479 31

1,500 00
500 00
600 00
400 00
2,000 00
800 00
400 00
500 00
300 00
200 00
$30,000 00

Reports of',State Banks,

267

Lake Mills— Greenwood’s State Bank.

C. F. GREENWOOD, President.
A. W. GREENWOOD, Vice President.

G. E. GREENWOOD, Cashier.
O. A. WODKE, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
C. F. Greenwood,
A. W. Greenwood,
Chas. S. Greenwood,

G. E. Greenwood,
0 . A. Wodke.

Statement, November 10, 1010.
Resources.

Doans and discounts . . . . $242,926 15
Overdrafts ............................
519 44
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds
................
73,950 Oo
Stocks and other securi­
ties .....................................
1 ,2 0 0 00
Banking house
................
7,000 00
Furniture andfixtures. . .
500 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................
42,200 7&
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
332 31
Gold coin .............................
3 ,5 0 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
856 00
U. S. and national cur­
7,790 00
rency . . .'...........................
Nickels and cents ..............
286 51
Total ......................... $381,061 19

L iab ilities.

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid .................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing .....................

$60,000 00
1 2 , 000' 00
14,870 48
69,551 22
217,456 85
7,169 04
13 60

Total ......................... $381,061 19

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
G. E. Greenwood, Lake Mills
$3,500 00
C. F. Greenwood, Lake Mills 14,000 00
A. W. Greenwood, Lake Mills 20,000 00
Mrs. M. J. Kellogg, Lake
Mills ......................................
700 00
Miss A. Ilebard, Lake Mills
1,300 00
Mrs. B. H. Griswold, St.
Louis, Mo................................ 1,000 00
Mrs. K. M. Hoyt, Lake Mills
700 00
Mary Silliman, Lake Mills
500 00
Mrs. Kate Stevens, Jeffer­
son ......................................
3,800 00
H. R. Griswold, St. Louis,
Mo..............................................
1,000 00
C. S. Greenwood, Lake Mills
3,200 00
Mrs. Janie P. Dodge, Lake
Mills ......................................
300 00
Mrs. Louisa English, Lake
Mills ...................................
2,300 00
0 . A. Wodke, Lake Mills.
1 ,5 0 0 Qu


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W. A. Engsberg, Lake Mills
V. R. Toogood Lake Mills
C. J. Millard, Lake M ills ...
John Joeckel, Lake M ills ...
Louis Woelffer, Lake Mills.
F. M. Griswold, Lake Mills
Mrs. Grace E. Greenwood,
Lake Mills ...........................
Mrs.
Ida
M.
Greenwood,
Lake Mills ...........................
Florine M. Veeder, Lake
Mills ....................................
F. Kemeys Tynte, Lake
Mills .................................
Mrs. Eva S. Hanson, Lake
Mills .................................
A. M. Woelffer, Lake Mills
Total

500 00
200 00
700 00
500 00
500 00
400 00
1,000 00
100 00
1,500 00
200 00
400 00
200 00

......... ................... $60,000 00

268

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Lake Nebagamon— Bank of Lake Nebagamon.

B. M. PEYTON, President.

RUSSELL BAXTER, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.

§•
B.

£ eyi on>
M. Peyton,

M. P. Baxter,
Russell Baxter.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtu res...
Other real estate owned. .
.Due from approved reserve
^ banks ......................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total ........................

L iab ilities.

$29,335
20
1 ,75 0
1 ,25 0
647

05
56
00

00
30

2 ,60 2 84
1,112 89
149 12
510 00
218 00

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
........... ..
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de.................................
„ P o s it
Savings deposits ................

¡85,000 00
4,848 70
13,742 25
13,089 39
1,575 52

645 00
15 10
$38,255 86

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

$38,255 86

NAMES OP

M. M. Peyton, Duluth,Minn.
B. M. Peyton, Duluth,Minn.
Russell Baxter, Lake Nebagamon ......................................
M. P. Baxter, Lake Nebagam o n ..........................................


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$900 00 II. EL Peyton, Proctor, Minn.
800 00 A. W. Echart, Cower de Aline,
Idaho ..................................

1 ,0 0 0

00

1,600 00

Total

200 00
500 00

............................. $5,000 00

Reports of, State Banks.

269

Lancaster— Union State Bank.

R. B. SHOWALTER, President.
C. H. BAXTER, Vice President.

JOS. BOCK, Cashier.
R. MEYER, Jr., Asst. Cashier.
V. L. SHOWALTER, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
R. B. Showalter,
C. H. Baxter,
Jos. Bock,

R. Meyer, Jr.,
V. L. Showalter,
Robert Brooker.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts . . . .
$636,071
Overdrafts ...........................
11,464
IT. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
48,200
Furniture and fixtures . .
6,000
Other'real estate owned..
9,594
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................. 147,407
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
2,734
Gold coin .................................
4 ,0 4 0
Silver coin ...........................
500
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
10,524
Nickels and cents .............
151
Total

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

57
32

Capital stockpaid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
00
rent expenses and taxes
00
paid
....... . ...............
11 Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
41 Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
99 Time certificates of de­
00
posit .................................
00 Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
00
31

$876,687 71

Total

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

$50,000 00
1 0 ,0 0 0

00

5,748 10
141,894 35
29,405 73
637,907 71
1,731 82

$876,687 71

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
R.
R.
R.
A.

B. Showalter, Lancaster
Meyer estate, Lancaster
Meyer, Jr., Lancaster.
E. & J. M. Meyer, Lan­
caster ...............................
V. L. Showalter, Lancaster
Jos. Bock, Lancaster.........
C. H. Baxter, Lancaster..
Geo. Westing, Lancaster..


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$10,500 00 Brooker Bros., Lancaster.
7.500 OO Mrs. Helen Barlow, Lan­
caster
............................
7.500 00
W. I-Iannum,Lancaster...
1.500 0 0 David Schreiner, Lancas­
ter ......................................
2,16 6 67
5,00 0 00
Total .........................
13,958 33
416 67

625 00
208 33
208 33
416 67
$50,000 00

270

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking,

La Valle— State Bank of La Valle.

H. E. PADDOCK, President.
CHAS. PEARSON, Vice President.

C. P. EDER, Cashier.
HARRY THORNTON, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
H. E. Paddock,
Charles Pearson,
J. W Hyslop,

C. P. Eder,
Harry Thornton.

Statement, November 10, Ï910.

R esources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts . . . . $167,784 83
Overdrafts ...........................
928 30
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
2,900 00
Banking house ....................
2,625 00
Furniture and fixtures . .
2,500 00
Due from approved reserve
40,430 34
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
2,323 77
Checks on other banks and
321 07
cash items .................... ..
2,095 00
Gold coin .............................
1.065 95
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur6.865 00
rency ..................................
32 63
Nickels and cents .............
Total ......................... $229,871 89

Capital stock paid i n. . . .
Surplus fund .
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, subject to check ..................
Demand certificates of deposit .................................
Time certificates of deposit .................................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
2,500 00
1 ,1 1 2

22

38,615 12
1,265 00
176,379 55

Total ......................... $229, 871 89

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
H. E. Paddock, La V alle..
Chas. Pearson, La V alle..
Chas. P. Eder, La V alle..
James
W.
Hyslop,
La
Valle .................................


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$2,500 00
2,700 0 0
1,500 00

H. S. Carver, Reedsburg. .
Harry Thornton, La Valle.
Total

500 00

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

300 00
2,500 00

$io.oon oo

Report3 o% State Banks.

271

Lena— Farmers and Merchants Bank.

L. W. BRAZEAU, President.
SOL. &!. PELKEY, Vice President.

O. W. BRAZEAU, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
J. N. Bassett,
A. M. Martineau,
L. W. Brazeau,

O. W. Brazeau,
Sol. G. Pelkey,
Dennis Dionne.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures ....................
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
IJ. S. and national curl’ency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total .........................

L iab ilitie s.

$59,377 2& Capital stock paid i n . . . .
....................
140 38 Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
2,500 00
paid ....................................
deposits, sub­
6,637 4b Individual
ject to check ..................
1,962 88
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
166 31
315 00 Savings deposits ................
98 70

$10,000 00
2,00 0 00
1,213 97
27,873 53
29,306 19
2 ,17 8 38

1,312 00
62 09
$72,572 07

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

$72,572 07

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Sol. G'. Pelkey, O con to...
L. W. Brazeau, O con to...
Dennis Dionne, L e n a . . . .
O. W. Brazeau, Lena . . . .
J. N. Bassett, L e n a . . . . . .


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$100
2,100
1,000
1,000
300

00
00
00
00
00

Clara A. Brazeau, Oconto.
A. M. Martineau, Oconto..
Almeda Brazeau,
Oconto. .
Mary V. Pelkey,
Oconto. .
Total .........................

500
500
500
4,000

00
00
00
00

$10,000 00

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27 2

Lime Ridge— The State Bank of Lime Ridge.

R. L. BOHN, President.
F. W. GOODELL, Vice President.

O. L. BOHN, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
J. E. Ward,
J. E. Hanzlik.

R. L. Bohn,
F. W. Goodell,
W. H. Kinney,

Statement,, November 10, 1010.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

O

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

<N
CC

Total

GO
CO

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
Furniture and fixtu res....
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Silver coin ...........................
II. S. and national currency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

99
596 42
1,406 S8
1,338 62
319 59
227 10
n i 55

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, subiect to check ..................
Time certificates of deposit .................................

$10,000 00

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

$45,049 80

263 45
8,885 75
25,900 60

2,698 00
30 65
$45,049 80

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
W. H. Kinney. Lime Ridge
R. L. Bohn. Limé R id g e ...
Truman
Warren,
Lime
Ridge .................................
John Copley, Lime Ridge. .
J. A. Buell. Lime Ridge. . .
Peter
Bodendein,
Lime
Ridge .................................
F. W. Goodell, Lime Ridge
C. E. Bohn, Lime Ridge..
Geo. Riedel, Lime Ridge. .
Frank Pauls, Lime Ridge.
Kirkpatrick
Bros.,
Lime
Ridge .................................
Wm. Weseloh, Lime Ridge
T. R. Hastings, Lime Ridge
Chas. Markham, Burling­
ton .....................................


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$900 00 •T. E. Ward, S an d u sk y....
500 00 J. B. Prouty, Sandusky...
Fred Reitman, Sandusky. .
1,000 00 Chris. Reitman, Sandusky.
200 00 Otto Goetsch, Sandusky...
800 00 J. E. Hanzlik, Cazenovia.
W. A. Haseltine, Mazomanie
100 00 C. J. Strauss, Madi son. . . .
100 00 Mrs. C. .T. Strauss. Madison
1,000 00 Richard H. Bohn, Char­
100 00
lotte, Mich....................
200 00 Mrs. George Ward, Lime
Ridge .................................
500 00 William
Johnson,
Lime
100 00
Ridge .................................
100 00 Nellie Kamps, Marshfield.
1 0 0 0 0 /1

T o t a l...........................

800
200
200
200
100
1,000
200
200
300

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

200 00
100 00
600 00
200 00
$10,000 00

273

Reports) of State Banks.

Linden— Bank of Linden.

J. B. HARKER, Cashier.
R. M. HARKER, Asst. Cashier.

JOHN HARKER, President.
S. B. HARKER, Vice President.

DIRECTORS.
S. B. Harker,
John Harker,

J. B. Harker.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
TJ. S. and national currency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

8 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,2 0 0 00
1,6 0 0 00
16,705 81
1 ,238 60
2,0 32 50
402 50
2 ,2 0 1

Capital . stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ..................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub.iect. to check ..................
Time certificates o f deposit .................................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,1 8 4 15
36,620 72
65 ,535 42

00

9 61
$116,340 29

Total ......................... $116,340

o H
CI 1

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

L ia b ilit ie s .
$76,600 2 2
3,8 50 05

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
John Harker, Linden.........
S'. B. Harker, L in d e n ....


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$3,000 00 I J. B. Harker, Linden-----3,500 00
Total

3,500 00
$10,000 00

274

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

Little Chute— Bank of Little Chute.

H. J. VERSTEGEN, President.
W m . GEENEN, Vice President.

P. A. GLOUDEMANS, Cashier.
G. H. PEETERS, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
H. J. Versiegen,
Wm. Geenen,
P. A. Gloudemans,

H. J. Mollen,
J. H. Doyle.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
Loans and d is c o u n t s ....
IT. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............
Total .........................

L ia b ilit ie s .
$69,821 00
14 ,000 00
3 ,8 5 0 00
800 00
6 ,9 2 4 46
543 75
35 Oo
522 00

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
je ct to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ........... ; ...................

$15,000 0o
600 00
3 ,2 8 7 29
6 ,5 5 5 8 6
74 ,014 21

2 ,9 2 8 00
33 15
$9 9,457 36

Total

$99,457 36

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
H.

J. Verstegen, Little
Chute ...............................
Wm. Geenen, Kimberly.. .
P. A. Gloudemans, Little
Chute .................................
Henry Weyenberg, Little
Chute .................................
H. J. Mollen, Little Chute
John J. Sherman, Appleton
G. H. Peeters, Little Chute
Mary
Herziger,
Little
Chute ................................
G. F. West, Little Chute.
H. Van den Wildenberg,
Little Chute......................
Mrs. Bardeen Kabbussen,
Little Chute......................


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300
D. Horkman, Little Chute
P. J. Jansen, Little Chute
500
H. Van
Der W ittering,
Little Chute ....................
500
2,000 00 J. H. Heitpas, Little Chute»
200
J.
E. Verstegen,
Little
200
Chute .................................
1,000 00
200
500 00 Alb. Hartjes, Little Chute
W.
Bongers,
Little
1,000 00 H.
300
Chute .................................
500 00
500
J. Hammen, Little Chute.
200
500 00 Jno De Bruin, Little Chute
1 ,1 0 0
100 00 Jos. H. Doyle, Little Chute;
Jno. Huiting, Little Chute!
500
500 00
$15,000
Total ................
400 00

$2,000 00
2,000 00

«

00
00
00
00

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

275

Reports, of State Banks,

Livingston— Livingston State Bank.
ARCH. E. RUNDELL, President.
ALBERT E. RUNDELL, Vice President.

FRED W. STEPHENS, Cashier.
A. V. WELLS, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
J. P. Rundell,
D. O. Eustice,
A. V. Wells,
Arch. E. Rundell,
Albert E. Rundell,

John J. Miller,
R. F. Livingston,
F. B. Rundell,
C. A. Iverson,
Scott Bunker.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discounts......... $116,803 85
Overdrafts ...........................
5 ,9 0 5 56
Banking house .....................
2 ,2 4 9 68
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
2 ,2 6 6 70
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
15 ,997 09
Due from other banks . . .
1 ,4 58 65
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
464 40
Gold coin .............................
2 ,4 2 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
366 00
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
3 ,4 1 9 00
Nickels and cen ts................
127 0^
Total

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

$151,477 97

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$15,000 00
3 ,7 5 0 00
2 ,6 5 4 7it
90 00
49 ,944 13
23 ,105 21
56 ,9 3 3 89

Total ......................... $151,477 97

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
J. P. Rundell, Platteville.
Scott Bunker, Platteville. .
A. V. Wells, Livingston..
Fred W. Stephens, Living­
ston ....................................
Arch. E. Rundell, Living­
ston ....................................
D. O. Eustice, Livingston
Albert E. Rundell, Living­
ston ....................................
Leon W. Loy, Stitzer.........
C. A. Iverson, Livingston.
R. F. Livingston, Rewey.
Wm. F. Miller, North Ya­
kima, Wash........................
John J. Miller, Livingston
Mrs. Bertha A. Runkel,
Wausau .............................
F. B. Rundell, Livingston
Mrs. Jessie M. Davis, Barneveld ...............................
Frank Allen, Livingston..
William Allen, Livingston
James Alton, Livingston..
W. B. Alton, Livingston..


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$1,500 00
200 00
1 ,00 0 00

W. F. Alton, L iv in g ston ..
H arlan H. Biddick, L iving­
ston ....................................
Adolphus R. Biddick, L iv­
500 00
ingston ...............................
Wm. A. Drinkwater, L iv­
2,000 00
ingston ..............................
1,500 00 C. A. Fawcett, Livingston
Charles Gundlach, Living­
1,000 00
ston ....................................
300 00 Ira W. Griswold, L iving­
ston ....................................
300 Ou
500 00 Griswold Bros., Livingston
George
W.
Grunenwald,
Livingston ........................
500 00
100 00 W. C. Hill, P latteville____
John A. Kamm, R ew ey...
100 00 Gottlieb Muller, Livingston
500 00 J. W. Nicholas, Livingston
H. A. Rundell, Livingston
500 00 George Yipond, Livingston
500 00 Thomas J. Watson, Living­
ston ....................................
200 00
200 00
Total .........................
100 00

100 00
20 0 00
2 0 0 00
1 0 0 00

200 00
400 00
300 00
200 00
100
200
200
200
500
200
200

00
Ou
00
00
00
00
00

200 00
$15,000 00

276

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking.

Lodi— State Bank of Lodi.

W m . CALDOW, President.
A. R. REYNOLDS, Vice President.

W. A. CALDOW, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Wm. Caldow,
A. R. Reynolds,
Ella Folsom,

Daisy D. MacMillan.
W. A. Caldow,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $297,489 84
Overdrafts ...........................
5,S 00 16
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
1 0 , 0 0 0 00
Banking house ....................
4 ,5 0 0 00
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
1 ,5 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
28 ,390 87
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
378 14
Gold coin .............................
1,9 5 5 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,2 03 55
U. S. and national curency ....................................
3 ,4 9 3 00
6 6 22
Nickels and cents .............
Total ......................... $354,776 78

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Certified checks ..................
Bills payable ......................

$25,000 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
819 66
48 ,455 06
25 9,576 43
1 ,9 25 63
1 5 ,000 00

Total ......................... $354,776 78

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Daisy D. Robertson M ac­
Millan, Lodi ....................
Ella M. Folsom, L o d i . . . .
W. Caldow, Lodi ................


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$8,800 00
4 ,0 00 00
6,2 00 00

A. R. Reynolds, L odi. . . .
W. A. Caldow, L o d i...........
Total

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

2 ,0 00 00
4 ,0 00 00
$25,000 00

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277

Lodi— The Columbia Bank

JOHN CALDWELL, Sr., President.
J. L. CALDWELL, Vice President.

H. S. CALDWELL, Cashier.
M. CALDWELL, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
John Caldwell, Sr.,
J. L. Caldwell,
W. E. Lamont,
Jas. M. Caldwell,
Robert Caldwell,

I. S. Caldwell,
H. S. Caldwell,
M. Caldwell,
W. W. Caldwell,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $238,051 76
Overdrafts ...........................
1,6 9 2 77
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
3 .0 0 0 00
5.0 0 0 00
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures . . .
2 ,2 5 7 90
1 >ue from approved reserve
banks .................................
23 ,133 91
Due from other banks. . . .
2 ,0 0 0 00
Checks on other banks and
cash items ........................
3,5 9 5 38
Gold coin ...............
615 00
Silver coin ...........................
269 10
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
2 ,8 7 8 00
Nickels and cents .............
177 13
Total

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

$282,670 95

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
....................
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Notes and
bills
re-discounted ..........................

Total

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

$ 2 0 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
403 46
18,585 91
226,081 58
17 ,100 00

$282,670 95

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
John
Caldwell, Sr., L odi.
J. L.
Caldwell, L o d i........
W. E. Lamont, D an e.........
■Tas. M. Caldwell, R io -----I. S.
Caldwell, C h ica g o ..
t H. S.
Caldwell. L o d i........

$6 ,000
3 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
2,0 00
1 ,0 0 0
2,000

00
00
00
00

00
00

M. Caldwell. L o d i..............
W. W. Caldwell, L o d i . . . .
Robert Caldwell, L o d i . . . .
Total

1,000 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,5 00 00
$ 20,000 00

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278

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Lomira— Lomira State Bank.

PETER WOLF. President.
ROBERT WAEHLER, Vice President.

LOUIS L. ZAUN, Cashier.
L. H. ZAUN, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Peter Wolf,
Robert Waehler,
Robert Bentley,

Andrew Hauser,
Louis L. Zaun.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
Loan;; and discounts.........
U. S., state, municipal and
other b o n d s ......................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

L ia b ilit ie s .
$85,781 46
8 ,7 5 0 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
17 ,994 08
330 00
99 90
1 ,5 0 0 00
25 1 1

Total ......................... $117,180 55

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund .................... ..
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits .................

Total

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

$1 5,00 0 00
3 , OOO 00
700 91
28 ,903 81
68,905 18
670 65

$117,180 55

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Louis L. Zaun, Lomira . .
Peter Wolf, Lomira...........
Henry McCarty, Browns­
ville ....................................
Robert Waehler, Lom ira..
Phillin Kurtz, Jr., Rich­
field ....................................
E. A. Gardien, Lomira. . .
Andrew Hauser, Lomira. .


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$8,100 00
500 00
500 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
200 00
500 00

William Kink'd, Lomira..
Peter Lauer estate, M ilwau­
kee ......................................
Elizabeth Schmid. Lom ira.
Robert Bentley, L o m ira ..
Emily L. Zaun, G rafton. .
.T. M. Dihring, Brownsville
Total .........................

200 00
500
200
500
300
1,500

00
00
00
00
00

$15,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

m

Lone Rock— Farmers Bank.

L. O. BRAIN ARD, President.

H. A. BRACE?, Cashier.
H. D. BRAIN ARD, Asst. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
L. O. Brainard,
H. A. Brace,

J. p . Brace.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
Doans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
Furniture and f i x t u r e s ....
Other real estate owned. .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

L ia b ilit ie s .
$105,124
2 ,7 2 0
1 ,2 8 3
2 ,0 00

89
83
13
00

21 ,822 29
105 00
630 65
2 ,3 8 0 00
41 88

Total ......................... $136,108 67

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Certified checks ..................

$1 0,00 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,3 8 0 21
57 ,493 29
60 ,235 17
1 ,0 0 0 00

Total ......................... $136,108 67

NAM ES OP STO C K H O L D E R S.
L. O. Brainard, Lone Rock
H. A. Brace, Lone R o ck . .
J. F. Brace, Lone R ock. .


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$3,500 00 A. L. Ochsner estate, Lone
3,5 00 00
Rock . . . . * ...........................

1,0 00 00

-----------------

2,000 00

Total

$10 ,000 00

280

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Loyal— Citizens State Bank of Loyal.

M. F. DOYLE, President.
C. II. BIIOWN, Vice President.

H. H A SLETT, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
M. F. Doyle,
C. H. Brown,
W. J. Rush,
H. II. Christofferson,
Wm. Lenling,

C. B. Esselman,
R. Connor,
A. Davel,
B. W. Colby.

Statement, November 10, 19:10.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.
Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks . . .
('hecks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
IT. S. and national curreney .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total ........................

$92,142 19
8 53
3,871 18
1,9 55 43
31,352 77
4 .7 32 59
22 1 0
125 00

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, subject to check ..................
Time certificates of deposit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$25,000 00
1,7 60 85
36,119 07
73,297 52
895 00

614 50
2,1 0 4 00
54 15
$137,072 44

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

$137,072 44

NAMES OF S TOCKIIOLDERS.
M. F. Doyle, L o y a l............
$1 ,500 00 Ray Prior, Loyal .............
II. Ilaslott, L o y a l......
400
00 W. D. Connor, Marshfield.
R. Connor, M a r s h fie ld ....
Dr. II. II. Christofferson,
Loyal .................................
1 ,1 0 0 00 E. M. Deming, M arshfield.
W. .T. Rush, L o y a l...
1 ,0 0 0
00 Henry Kalsched, M arsh­
field ...................................
F. .T. McGonigal, L o y a l ...
300 00
B. C. Blancher, L o y a l . . . .
200 00 P. N. Christensen, M arsh­
field ...................................
Wm. Lenling, L o y a l . . . . . .
1 ,1 0 0 00
C. H. Brown, L o y a l...........
1 ,0 0 0 00 Elmer Schupe, Loyal . . . .
Rosetta Blancher, L o y a l..
200' 00 F. A. Nelson, L o y a l............
C. C. Itomaine, L o y a l . . . .
700 00 M ary Visger, Loyal .........
Albert Davel. L o y a l...........
200 00 A rthur Darton, Loyal . . .
■Too Davel, L o y a l.....
100
00 Mrs. Manx Schupe, L oyal.
Otto Roelil, L o y a l...
200
00 Geo. Anderson, L o y a l . . . .
Elsie Trinrud, Loyal . . . .
1 ,0 0 0 00 Aug. W itt, Loyal .............
.7. M. Philpott, L oyal. . . .
200 00 A. .T. Sayles, Loyal .........
.1. Alsie Philpott, L o y a l..
200 00 E. Coates, Greenwood . . .
B- W. Colby, L o y a l...........
1 ,0 00 00 W. W- Warner, G r a n to u .,


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100 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 00 OO
500 00
500 00
-300 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
500 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
100 OO
200 00

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281

NAMES OF STOCKH OLDERS— Continued.
Minnie Schoch, Loyal . . . .
Kathryn Gwin, L o y a l........
W esley Vanderhoof, Spen­
cer ......................................
R. D. Gould, L o y a l...........
B. F. Frasier, L o y a l . '. . . .
W alter Fauss, Loyal . . . .
O. J. Smith, L o y a l.............
John Joss, Loyal .............
John Geiger, Loyal ...........
A. A. Roessler, L o y a l___
Anna Etta, Loyal .............
Fred Daehn, Loyal ...........
L. E. Chamberlin, L oyal. .
Adeline Chamberlin, Loyal
Wm. W ilson, Loyal .........
C. B. Esselman, Greenwood
Mrs.
Anna
Esselman,
Marshfield .........................
A. J. Braun, L o y a l...........
Peter Schuld, L o y a l...........
F. M. Barton, L o y a l.........


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200 00
100 00
1 0 0 00

300
500
200
100
100
100
200
200
100
200
200
500
1 ,2 0 0
300
100
100
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

Joe Spangler, Greenwood.
F. A. Seitz, G reenw ood. . .
Ferd Seitz, Greenwood. . .
E. Schwan, Loyal .............
Mrs. C. D. Cannon, Loyal
Hattie Richardson, L oyal.
Tlios. Froeba, L o y a l.........
J. J. Irvine, Greenwood. .
F. W. Draper, N eillsville.
Aug. Lindner, L o y a l. . . . .
Ed. W olf, Greenwood . . . .
John Beaver, Loyal .........
G. W. Allen. Loyal ...........
M. E. W ilding, N eillsville
Joe Bertz, Greenwood . . .
A. K. Church; Loyal . . . .
Max Haslett, Greenwood. .
J. W. Chesterman, L oyal.
Peter Rahm, Spencer . . . .
Total .........................

200
200
200
200
300
100
200
100
200
100
100'
100
500
200
100
100
100
100
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$2 5,00 0 00

282

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Loyal— The Loyal State Bank.

A. A. GRAVES, President.
.T. RICHMOND, Vice President.

R. M. JENES, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
A.
B.
R.
J.

A. Graves,
Christman,
M. Jenks,
Richmond,

Wm. Luchterhand,
Ed. Kay hard t,
F. C. Luchterhand.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
Loans and discounts . . . .
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds
................
Banking house
................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

L ia b ilit ie s .
$9 3,71 0 28
9 ,2 0 0 00
4 ,5 2 9 58
2 ,0 0 1 64
10 ,2 4 6 20
169 0 1
1 ,2 9 0 00
998 25

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, subto check ...........................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Bills payable ......................

$25,000 00
2 ,4 0 0 00
4 ,8 8 6 17
27 ,923 65
58 ,576
1 ,537
5 ,0 0 0

3 ,0 8 7 00
91 80

Total ......................... $125,323 76

Total ......................... $125,323 76

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
ffm . Luchterhand, L oyal.
A. E. Darton, Loyal . . . .
Ed. Kayhart, S p e n c e r ....
.Tames Richmond, L o y a l..
Sophia Roehl, Loyal . . . .
B. Christman, Loyal . . . .
A. A. Graves, L o y a l.........
R. M. Jenks, Loyal .........
Letta M. Mulvey, Pasade­
na, Cal................................
Helen Emerson, Loyal . .
Anna Vetter, Loyal .........


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1 ,100
100
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,2 0 0
200
1,0 00
10 ,700
400

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

5,0 00 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
100' 00

Stanley Bump, Portersville,
Cal.........................................
F. C’. Luchterhand, Spencer
.C- H. Young, G reenw ood..
John Wehling, L oy a l.........
Geo. Green, Loyal ...........
Otto W eyhemiller, L o y a l..
W. II. Gilman, N eillsville.
M. J. Christenson, L o y a l..
.T. W. Pingelly, L o y a l. . . .
Total

400 00
600 00
1 0 0 00
1 0 0 00
300 00
20 0 00
1 0 0 00
20 0 00
200 00

........................... $25,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

283

Luck— State Bank of Luck.

C. G. SHERER, President.
C. P. HORN, Vice President.

R. E. SHERER, Cashier.
C. G. SHERER, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
C. P. Horn.
C. G. Sherer,
C. P. A. Jenssen,

R. E. Sherer,
M. P. Madsen.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ............................
Ranking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures . . .
Other real estate ow n e d ..
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
> cash items .......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............
Personal property .............
Total .........................

L ia b ilit ie s .
$69,329
950
2 ,7 2 2
2 ,0 3 4
3 ,4 9 8

12
32

77
10
06

10 ,0 4 6 83
9 00
640 00
264 60
2 ,2 1 9 00
69 38
200 00
$91,983 IS

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
$15,000 00
§25 00
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
P a i d ...................................
2 ,1 21 66
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ...................... 36 ,005 89
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
13,051 94
Savings deposits ................
24 ,513 69
Cashier’ s checks outstand­
ing .................................
465 00

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

$91,983 18

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
R. E. Sherer, L u ck.........
C. G. Sherer. L uck...........
Paul
Nielson, Monrovia,
Cal.........................................
C. P. Horn, L u c k . . . . . . .
A.
L. Peterson, Centu­
r a ......................................
Chas. H. Oakey, O sce o la ..
A rthur F. Oakey,
Dor­
chester ..................
Anna I. Oakey, Rhine­
lander .............................
•Tean A. Sleeper, O sceola.
C. P. A. Jenssen. L u ck . . .
D. .T. Mereness, Crookston,
Minn......................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$5,000 00
3 ,2 0 0 00
2,0 00 00
500 00
300 00
700 00
100 00
1 0 0 00

100 00
100 00
1,0 00 00

M. P. Madsen, L u ck ...........
600 00
A. L. Peterson, Trustee,
Centuria ...........................
100 00
R.
E.
Sherer,
trustee,
Luck .................................
100 00
N. N. Dueholm estate. Luck
100 00
■1. N. IJndvig, M illtow n . .
500 00
W. O. Lund, Minneapolis,
M inn............................
200
00
Wm. Johnson. Cushing. . .
100 00
M. F. Madsen, trustee,
Luck ...................................
200 00
Total

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

$15,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

284

Luxemburg— Bank of Luxemburg.

L. A LBE R T

KAR E L, President.

ART.

C. BAZLEN, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
L. A lbert Karel,
August Spitzer,

Oliver Debauch,
Charles L. Peters.

Statement. November 10. 1910.

L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.
I,nans and d iscou nts......... $113,610 00
Overdrafts ...........................
40 41
IT. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
3 3 ,0 0 0 00
Banking house ..................
2 ,5 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,2 5 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks ...........
2 5 ,1 9 6 06
Checks on other banks and
291 92
cash items ........................
Gold coin . . .........................
200 00
Silver coin ...........................
312 70
IT. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
7,3 0 0 00
Nickels and cents .............
43 24
Total ........................

$183,745 32

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

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

$1 0,00 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 2 8 15
33 ,427 14
13 2,98 0 22
809 81

$188,745 32

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
L. Albert Karel, Kewaunee
Nick Filz, St. N a z ia n z ....
Charles L. Peters, Luxem­
burg ....................................
V ictor Bonjean, Luxemburg
August Spitzer, Luxemburg
Oliver Debauch, Luxemburg


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

800 00
$5 ,900 00 Art. C. Bazlen, Luxemburg
400 00 Sylvan Vandrisse, Luxem­
burg ....................................
100 00
200 00
1,000 00 John Fameree, Luxemburg
1.0 00 00
Total .........................
$10,000 00
300 00
300 00

285

tteports o f State Banks.

Lyons— Lyons State Bank.
JOHN WAGNER, President.
C. H. STUBBS, Vice President.

W ILBUR G. W EEKS, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Frank C. Humbert,
C. H. Stubbs,
Frank E. Heck.

Edgar A. Weeks,
John Wagner,
W ilbur G. Weeks,
James E. Brett,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia liil ¡t ie s .

R esou rces.
Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fixtures . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
IT.

S.

and

national

cur-

Nickels and cents .............
Expense account ...............
Interest account ................
Total

$32,082
202
2 ,6 26
1,4 70

00
22
83
77

2 ,7 78 05
420 05
2,002
41
2,0 97
156

00
38
92
44

$44,058 .30

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

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Due to banks— D eposits..
Individual
deposits, subiect to check ..................
Demand certificate's of deposit .................................

Total

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

$10,000 00
1 ,4 70 52
40 96
10.365 13
16,709

$44,058 .30

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
W ilbur G. Weeks, L y o n s ..
•lacob Feser, L y on s.............
Otto C. Schulz, L y o n s . . . .
Edgar A. Weeks, L y o n s ...
Fanny P. Weeks, L y o n s ...
Hattie E. Harris, Chicago,
111.........................................
H. A. Robers, L y on s...........
Susanna C ocroft Headington. Chicago. I ll...............
John Wagner, L y on s...........
Heck Bros.. L y o n s.............
Mrs. Anna Schulz, L yons. .
G. F. Bresop, L y o n s.............
Elizabeth M. Host, L yons.
•Tos.•Held. L y o n s..................
Anna Held, L y on s................
M. Horlacher, L y on s...........
Julius Vorpagel, Springfield
H. J. Smith, L y on s.............
Ellen M. Seri, D elavan. . .
Emma Peseka, L y on s.........
Otto Miller. L y on s................
Ben Holmes, B u rlin g to n ..
Frank C. Humbert, Lyons.
Edward F. Wieners. Lyons
F. G. Tanck, Delavan . . . .
TI. J. Banker. L y o n s...........
T. H. Spiegelhoff, L y o n s ..


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1 ,0 0 0 00
100 00
100 00
1,000 00
300 00
200 00
100 00
300 00
500 00
500 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
200 00

John Bremer, L y o n s...........
J. A. Strassen, L yons. . . . .
Martin M olitor, L y o n s . . . .
Frank Scheller, Lyons. . . .
Josephine Held. L yons. . . .
Louis Rein, B u r lin g t o n ...
C. IT. Stubbs, L y on s...........
W. M. Hand, L y on s...........
W. II. Aldrich. Burlington
Jane Aldrich, B u rlin g ton ..
r!|s. E. B r-tt. Springfield.
Chas. F. Schinke, Springfield ....................................
Herman Robers, L y o n s ....
Gerhard Ahler, Lyons. . . .
Anna Voelkering. L y o n s ..
Anna Ursprung, L yons. . . .
Harry O. Phelps, L y o n s ...
O. H. Phelps, L y on s...........
F. H. Patten. L y on s...........
Edward Tilden, Chicago,
111..........................................
W. TV. Vaughn & Son,
Lyons .................................
Felix
Meyerhofer,
Lake
Geneva .............................
Mrs. Alice Patten, Lyons.
T o t a l ...........................

500
200
200
200
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

100
100
200
200
200
100
1 00
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

400 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
$10,000 00

286

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

McFarland— McFarland State Bank.

P. E. ERICKSON, President.
JOHN M. ANDERSON, Vice
President.

CHAS. F. HUNTER, Cashier.
HOMER L. VICK, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
John
P. E.
Chas.
O. T.

M. Anderson,
Brickson,
F. Hunter,
Olson,

Henry C. Kleine,
M. D. Larson,
Frank Siggelkow.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ...................
Furniture and fixtures . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts...............

L ia b ilit ie s .
$78,271 59
1 ,8 5 5 18
5 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,7 0 0 00
2 ,2 7 5 00
8 ,0 1 0 53
132 50
466 05

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
P a id
..................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit . . : . . . .....................

$15,000 00
] , 7 0 0 00
840 61
23 ,699 31
60 ,606 90

3 ,0 1 3 00
122 97

Total ......................... $101,846 82

Total ......................... $101,846 82

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
M. D. Larson, M cFarland
A. O. Hotle, M cFarland. .
•T. E. Rce'd. J a n e s v ille ....
P. E. Brickson, M cFarland
John P. Gumm, Madison
Chas. F. Hunter, M cFar­
land ....................................
John Holscher. M cFarland
O. T. O'.son, M cF arlan d ..
Sure Johnson estate, M c­
Farland .............................
Henry C. Kleine, M cFar­
land ....................................
Sena C. Thoreson, Madison


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$200
100
100
3 ,6 0 0
1,300

00
00
00
00
00

5 ,0 0 0 00
200 00
1,500 00
200 00
400 00
500 00

Amanda M. Olson, Madison
Adella Olson, M a d is o n ....
O. S. Olson, Madison . . .
John M. Anderson, M cFar­
land ....................................
Frank Siggelkow, M cFar­
land
.................................
Bessie Ausen, M cFarland. .
Homer L. Vick, M cFarland
Mrs. R. A. Davis, Springfield, V t..............................
Total

200 00
200 no
100 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
300 00
500 00
$15,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

287

Madison— Bank of Wisconsin.

JOSEPH M. BOYD, President.
H. L. RUSSELL, Vice President.

CHAS. O’NEILL, Cashier.
IRVING E. BACKUS, Asst. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
A. L. Sanborn,
Frank Kessenish,
Eugene Eiighmy,
R. R. K ropf,
Geo. Soelch,
A. O. Fox,
Jos. M. Boyd,
Geo. E. Gary,
T. A. Coleman.
A. G. Schmedeman,

S. A. Piper,
James Conklin,
Charles O’Neill,
P. B. Knox,
F. W. Cantwell,
Jackson Reuter,
IL. L. Russell,
W. F. Fierstoff,
A. IL Kayser,
W. J. Teckemeyer

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discou nts.$ 1 ,0 1 0 ,6 4 1
Overdrafts ...........................
8 .2 84
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ......................
45 ,569
Furniture and fixtures . .
4 ,2 3 2
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
166,547
Due from other b a n k s ... .
2 ,9 1 8
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
325
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house .................................
31 ,6 1 7
Gold coin .............................
8 ,6 0 2
Silver coin ...........................
4 ,4 9 0
U. S. and national cur­
rency ......................
4 9 ,117
Nickels and cents .............
639

53
56
39
38
33
78
92
64
50
55

Capital stock paid in
$300,000 00
Surplus fund ................
50 ,0 0 0 00
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
11,328 27
Due to banks— D eposits! ! 14 7,05 4 12
Dividends unpaid .............
478 00
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
568,018 64
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
200,275 69
Savings deposits .........! ’ ]
53 ,2 8 9 89
Certified checks .................
2 ,5 2 2 50

00
53

Total ...................... $ 1 ,3 3 2 ,9 6 7 11

Total ...................... $ 1 ,3 3 2 ,9 6 7 11

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Wm. F. Vilas estate, M adi­
son .....................................
Mrs. Anna M. Vilas, M adi­
son ......................................
C. H. Vilas, M adison.........
John A. Aylward, Madison
Mrs.
Mary
M.
Adams,
Madison ...........................
W. L. Ames, O regon.........
Joseph M. Boyd, Madison


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$2 0,00 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 1 ,5 0 0 00

Stanley M ayo Boyd, M adi­
son ................................................ 200 00
Joel B oley estate, Madison
4 ,0 0 0 00
Henry Boley, Blue Mounds
1 ,0 0 0 00
Mrs. W inona IL. Buck,
Harrison, Ind....................
1 ,0 0 0 00
Frank H. Beswick, M adi­
son ......................................
500 00
Harry L. Butler, Madison
1 ,0 00 00
H. C. Bradley, M a d ison ..
1 ,5 0 0 00

288

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

NAMES O F ST O C K H O L D E R S—C ontinued.
Trying E. Backus, Madison
Fred Bodenstein, Madison
Chas. N. Brown, M adison.
.Tos. H. Blied, M adison. .
T. A. Coleman, M adison. .
Nora E. Coleman, Madison
James E. Conklin, M adi­
son ......................................
M. H. Conklin, M ad ison ..
John W. Conklin, Madison
Frederic K. Conover, M adi­
son ......................................
John Connor, De F orest. .
Miss
Mary
F.
Connor,
W indsor ............................
Geo. B. Caldwell, Chicago,
111............................
M. L. Carrier, M ad ison ..
W. H. Collins, M adison. . .
F. W. Cantwell, M adison.
D. B. Cantwell. M adison. .
.T. R. Cantwell. M adison. .
Wm. Caldow, L o d i.............
W. A. Caldow, L o d i...........
Miss Etta Coyne, Madison
W. L. Dowling, M adison. .
Jos. E. Davies, M adison.
Eugene Eighmy, M adison.
Sarah M. Eighmy. Madison
M. Engelhardt. M ad ison ..
A. O. Fox, M adison...........
M orris F. Fox, Chicago,
111............................
W alter Ford. Galena, Til.
Mrs. Augusta B. Findlay,
Manhattan, N. Y .............
Prof. .T. C. Freeman, Madi-

1 ,0 00
500
2 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 00
1 ,0 0 0
500

00
00
00
00
00
00

3 ,4 0 0 00
3 ,2 00 00
3 ,4 00 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 00
1 ,0 00
2 ,0 00
2 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
1,0 0 0
560
500
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,900
10,000
500
500
10,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

1 ,000 00
1 ,000 00
1 ,0 00 00
8 ,0 0 0 00

Mrs. H arriet I. Fish, M adi­
son ......................................
Deming Fitch. M adison. . .
A. D. Frederickson, M adi­
son .................................... .■
.T. Y. Frederickson, M adi­
son ......................................
Prof. E. H. Farrington,
Madison ............................
George E. Gary, M adison.
Evelyn M. Geiger, Atlanta,
Ga. ......................................
G. E. Oernon, M adison. . . .
John Grinde, Madison . . .
W. S. Goll. M adison.........
George E. Gill. M ad ison. .
S. A. Harper estate, M adi­
son ......................................
•T. C. Harper, M adison. . . .
C. A. Harper. M a d is o n ...
E. ,T. Hart, M adison.........
Thomas H efty, Sr., New
Glarus ...............................
Fred
Tv.
H efty,
New
Glarus ...............................
Thos. R. Hefty, M adison.
Geo. W. Hoffman. Madison
Arthur Heilman, M adison.
Otto J. Heiliger, M adison.
E. G. Hastings, M adison, .
Frank W. Hoyt, M adison.
Mrs. Mabel 'F . Jackson,
Boston, Mass......................
Wm. B. Jackson, Boston,
M ass...............................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

4 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0
1 ,500
1 , OOO
1 ,0 00
600

00
00
00
00
00

2 .0 0 0
1 , OOO
5 ,0 00
2 ,5 00

00
00
00
00

1,0 00 00
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,000
1 ,0 00
1 ,0 0 0
500
2 ,0 0 0

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,6 00 00

Mrs.
Isabelle
Morrison
Jackson, Chicago, 111. . .
E. C. Jasper, M a d is o n ...
Ralph W. Jackman, M adi­
son ......................................
R. B. K ropf, M a d is o n ....
Mrs.
Mabel
B.
Kropf,
Madison ............................
P. B. Knox, M adison.........
N. W. Keeley, M adison. . .
Mrs.
Kate
M.
Keeley,
M adison ............................
Mrs. Gertrude C. Keeley,
Sanford, Fla ..................
PL G. Karow, De Forest.
Ernest J. Karow, De ForErnst Karow, De F orest. .
Edw. A. Karow, De ForJohn Krause, Madison . . .
A. H. Kayser, M adison. . .
Frank Kleinheinz, Madison
Frank Kessenich, Madison
.T. Keliher, M ad ison...........
Chas. H. Keehner, Madi■son ................................... ..
Louis Kahlenberg. M adi­
son .....................................
A. M. Lochard, Jr., M adi­
son ......................................
A. G. Laird, M adison.........
Wm. Ellery Leonard, M adi­
son ................................... ..
M artin Loftsgordon, Madi.Tohn Lappley, Fitchburg.
W illiam
Lappley,
F itch­
burg ...................................
E. It. Maurer, M adison. . .
D. W. Mead, M adison. . . .
M. E. McCaffrey. Madison
And. M cIntosh, Edgerton.
W illiam M cIntosh, Edger­
ton ......................................
Vencel Malec. M a d is o n ...
John Malec. M a d i s o n .....
G. M. Neckerman, M adi­
son ......................................
Mrs. Emilie Nietert, M adi­
son ......................................
Miss
Mildred
Mansfield,
Johnson Creek ...............
T. C. McCarthy. M adison.
Chas. O’Neill. M adison. . . .
Mrs. Helen R. Olin, M adi­
son .....................................
John M. Olin. M a d is o n ...
W. A. Opnel, Jr., Madison
Mrs. Belle E. Osborne,
Madison ............................
Wm. E. Oakey, M adison. .
W. J. Oakey, M adison. . . .
M yrto B ryant
Osborne,
Madison ............................
W. E. Petrie. M adison. . .
.Tas. J. Prendei’gast, M adi­
son ......................................
Chas.
E.
Prendergast,
Madison ............................
Thos.
F.
Prendergast,
Madison ...........................

400 00
200 00

2,000 00
500 00
500 00
4 .0 0 0 00
600 00
1 ,4 0 0 00
2.000 00
4 .0 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
500
1 .0 0 0
4 .0 0 0
1 .0 00
3 .0 0 0
1 .0 0 0

00
00
00
00
00
00

500 00
1 ,00 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
1 , 0 0 0 00

100 00
100 00
I .000 00
1 ,0 00 00
1 ,0 0 0 00

500 00
500 00
100 00

100 00
2 , 0 0 0 00

500 00
500 00
2 ,3 0 0 00
5 .0 0 0 00
2 . 0 0 0 00

3.0 0 0 00
1 .0 0 0 00
600 00
500 00
1 ,10 0 00
600 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,4 0 0 00

1,100 00
2,000 00

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289

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
Mrs. H arriet L. Parke, A l­
Frank Schoen, Madison . .
1 ,0 0 0 00
bany, N. Y........................
1 ,0 0 0 00 A. G. Schemedeman, M adi­
A lfred A. Fiper, M adison.
600 00
son ......................................
2 ,0 0 0 0"
Howard D. Piper, Madison
600 00 B. E. Smiley, M a d is o n ...
1 ,0 0 0 Ou
Chas. E. Piper, M adison.
2 ,0 0 0 00 S. G. Segerson, M ad ison ..
500 00
Samuel A. Piper, Madison
2 ,0 0 0 00 Edward Starck, M adison. .
500 00
Julius J. Pfister, Madison
700 00 H. A. Taylor estate, Hud­
W. F. Pierstorff, Middle2 ,0 0 0 00
son ...................................
ton ......................................
4 ,0 0 0 00 W. J. Teckemeyer, M adi­
Maurice Powers, M adison.
500 00
son .....................................
2 ,0 0 0 00
Edwin A. Potter, Chicago,
E. H. Teckemeyer, M adi­
IU..........................................
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
son .....................................
C. H. Poppenhusen, Chi­
R. G. Tliwaites, M adison.
1 ,6 0 0 00
cago, 111........................................ 2 ,0 0 0 00 Thos. Turvill, M adison. . .
1 , OOO 00
George Quinn, Madison . .
1 ,0 0 0 00 Kate M. Turvill, Madison
1 ,0 0 0 00
H. L. Russell, M a d is o n ...
5 ,2 0 0 00 Oscar J. Taeuber, Madison
600 00
II. May Russell, M adison.
800 00 F. E. Turneaure, Madison
1 ,0 0 0 00
Sidney F. Rundell, M adi­
Dan Trainor, M adison. . . .
1 ,0 0 0 00
son .............
3 ,0 0 0 00 John D. Van Slyke, M adi­
Frank M. Riley, M adison.
1 ,0 0 0 00
son ....................................
1 ,0 0 0 00
Jackson Reuter, M adison..
3 ,0 0 0 00 Frank M. W ooton, Madi­
J. M. Richey, Quincy, 111.
200 00
son ......................................
2 ,0 0 0 00
J. M. Richey, Guardian
Emma S. Ward, M adison.
500 00
and Adm., Quincy, 111..
500 00 W. L. Woodward, Madison
100 00
Louis E. Reber, M a d ison ..
1 ,0 0 0 00 Julia M. Wilkinson, M adi­
A. E. Runge, M adison. . . .
1 ,5 0 0 00
son ......................................
200 00
A. L. Sanborn, M ad ison ..
2 ,0 0 0 00 A. G. Zimmerman, M adi­
Peter O. Swalen, De F or­
son ......................................
1 ,0 0 0 00
est ......................................
500 00
Geo. Soelch, Madison . . . .
2 ,0 0 0 00
Total ........................ $300,000 00
Robt. G. Siebecker, M adi­
son .....................................
4 ,0 0 0 00


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290

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Madison— Merchants and Savings Bank.
A. M. STONDALL, President.
T.
C. MCCARTHY, Vice President.

M. C. HAGAN, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
A.
T.
E.
B.

A. G. Kroncke,
H. A. Loftsgordon,
Geo. H. Breitenbach.

M. Stendali,
C. McCarthy,
Ray Stevens,
F. Mautz,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R e so u rc e s .
Loans and discounts......... $103,019 84
557 83
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
5,3 5 2 92
other bonds ....................
4,1 5 4 79
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
18,175 12
banks .................................
672 10
Due from other banks . . .
Checks on other banks and
3 70
cash items ......................
Exchanges
for
clearing
1,5 64 15
house .................................
367 50
Gold coin .............................
742 15
Silver coin ...........................
TJ. S. and national cur4
,8
79 00
rency .................................
230 94
Nickels and cents .............
1
,8
59 98
Expense account ................
Total ......................... $1 41,580 02

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Due to banks— D eposits. .
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check....................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ...............

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

$5 0,00 0 00
800 00
57 ,885 38
2 8 ,530 33
4 ,3 64 31

$141,580 02

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
A. M. Stendali, M adison.
T. C. McCarthy, Madison
M. J. O’Malley. M adison.
M. C. Hagan, M a d is o n ....
P. N. Simon, M a d is o n ....
M. L. Nelson, M a d is o n ...
R. AY. .Tackman. M adison.
Elsie P. Doming. Madison
E. M. Doming, Marshfield
E. Ray Stevens, M adison.
B. F. Mautz, M a d is o n ....
Geo. II. Breitenbach, M adi­
son .....................................
II. A. Loftsgordon, M adi­
son ......................................
.T. O. Davidson, M adison.
Thos. Olson, M a d is o n ....
S. T. Swansen, M ad ison ..
Martin Loftsgordon, M adi­
son ......................................
N. L. Huseboe, M orrisonville ...................................
E. H. Smith, M ad ison. . . .
AVm. Swepsen, M a d is o n ...


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$ 7 ,0 0 0
2 .5 0 0
2 .5 0 0
2 .5 0 0
2,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 00
2 .0 0 0
1 .0 0 0
1 .0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0

1,000
1,000
1 ,0 0 0
1,000

1 ,0 0 0

1.000
1 .0 0 0
1,000

00 A. M. Lochard, Jr., M adi­
son ......................................
00
00 Sadie Kenney, M a d is o n ...
00 L. O. Larson, M adison. . .
00 .T. C. Harper, M a d is o n ...
00 TI. E. Purcell. M a d is o n ...
00 D. B. Cantwell, M adison.
00 •T. E. Doyle, M adison.........
Ò0 .T. TT. Castle, M a d is o n ....
00 P. O. Pish & A. AY. Scliulkamp, Madison .............
00
Lillian AATarner, M adison..
00 C. E. Reinel, Madison . . . .
II. .T. Loftsgordon, M adi­
son ......................................
00
00 A. E. Runge M a d is o n ....
00 A. G. Kroncke, M adison. .
00 Mary Connor, M a d is o n ...
R. L. Mautz, M adison. . . .
00 E. P. Starck, M adison. . . .
O. P. Meng, M a d is o n ....
oo R. E. Knoff, M adison.........
00 P. L. Holmes, M adison. . .
00
Total .........................

1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 00
1 ,000
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1.0 0 0
1 ,000
1 ,0 00

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 00 00
700 00
500
500'
500
500
500
500
300
300
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$5 0,00 0 00

Reports of State Ranks.

291

Madison— The Capital City Bank.
J. W. HOBBINS; President.
CARL A. JOHNSON, Vice President.

J. W. BOBBINS, Cashier.
WM. J. HOBBINS, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
J. W. Hobbins,
C. A. Johnson,
M. S. Klauber,

C. J. Hausmann,
A. H. Hollister.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and d is c o u n t s ..... $724,865 95
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,3 3 6 0 1
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
126,900 00
Stocks and other securi­
6 , 1 0 0 00
ties ...................................
Banking house ....................
16 ,000 00
Hue from approved reserve
banks .................................
233,363 22
Checks on other banks and
^ cash items ........................
1 , 2 2 1 99
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
^ bouse ............................
6,7 91 3 3
Gold coin .............................
2 0 ,3 3 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
3 ,9 2 8 26
U. S. and national curI’fn cy .................................
21 ,985 00
Nickels and cents .............
385 13
Total

...................... $ 1 ,1 6 3 ,2 0 6 89

Capital stock paid in -----Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ....................................
Due to banks— D eposits. .
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ...................
Demand certificates of de­
posit
................................
Time certificates o f deposit
....
Savings deposits ................
Certified checks ...........

$50,000 00
50 ,0 0 0 00
169,575 12
6 ,959 24
46 8,31 8 19
147 7 5
351,472 7 7
64 948 89
1 ’ 7 8 5 00

Total ...................... $ 1 ,1 6 3 ,2 0 6 89

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
J. W. Hobbins, M adison.
Wm. F. Vilas estate, Mad­
ison ....................................
M. S. Kiauber, M ad ison ..
L. M. Fay estate, Madison
A. H. Hollister, Madison
Thomas Regan. M ad ison..
W. A. Oppel, M ad'son. . . .
Joseph Hausmann estate,
Madison .................... ..
Charles N. Gregory, Iowa
City. Iow a ....................
Jesse E. Rhodes. M adison.
George W. Bird. Madison
Richard Mack, M adison. . .
Lena Levi, Buffalo, N. Y.
Sophia Klauber, M adison.
Wm. J. Hobbins, Madison
R obert S. Johnson, Madi­
son
....................................
M. I. Johnson, M ad ison ..
Mrs. Ida Johnson Fisk,
Madison ...........................


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$1 4,100 00 F.
K. Conover, M a d ison ..
400 00
R. H. Jackson, M ad ison ..
1,675 00
8 ,7 5 0 00 A. N. Tressier, M ad ison ..
700 00
3.0 00 00 W. D. Hiestand. M ad ison ..
200 00
750 00 J. IT. Terry, M a d is o n ....
5 0 0 00
500 00 Wm. Helm, M adison.........
50 0 00
500 00 Frances B. Raymer, Madi250 00
tt
■ ’ ’ V' ‘ 42.......................
200 00
Hedwig J. Kayser, Madi5 .0 0 0 00
„ s9n : •v ; .............................
1 , 0 0 0 00
Rachael Hudson, Madison
500 00
1.000 00 O. A. Johnson, M ad ison ..
1,0 50 00
500 00 C. J. Hausmann, Madison
200 00
500 00 F.
W. Jacobs. M ad ison ..
7 7 5 00
1 ,4 0 0 00 Gertrude
Johnson,
Los
650 00
Angeles. Cal.....................
350 00
700 00 Russell Johnson, Los Ange500 00 , les, Cal................................
350 00
Mrs. F. A. Johnson, Los
1.0 50 00
Angeles, Cal......................
350 00
1 .0 5 0 00
Total ......................... $5 0,000 00

1.050 00

292

Report of the Commissioner of Banking

Madison— The German-American Bank.

F.
W. SUHR, President.
JOHN SUHR, Vice President.

EDMUND SUHR,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
F. W. Suhr,
John Suhr,

Edmund Suhr.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts......... $370,351 14 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
1,0 19 35 Surplus fund ......................
Overdrafts ............................
Undivided profits, less cur­
U. S., state, municipal and
rent expenses and taxes
55 ,302 37
other bonds ....................
paid ...................................
1 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Individual
deposits, sub­
Due from approved reserve
ject to check ..................
banks ................................. 140.821 72
168 40 Demand certificates of de­
Due from other banks. . . .
posit .................................
Checks on other banks and
206 20 Savings deposits ................
cash items ................. ...
Certified checks ..................
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
4,5 91 42
house .................................
7 ,5 0 0 00
Cold coin .............................
841 50
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur29 ,707 00
rency T..............................
241 72
Nickels and cents .............
Total ......................... $611,750 82

$50,000 00
1 0 ,000 00
5 ,3 02 31
163,851 85
290,727 97
90 ,867 52
1,001 17

Total ......................... $611,750 82

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
F. W. Suhr, M ad iso n ....
John Suhr, Madison . . . .
Edmund Suhr, Madison..


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00 Louise Suhr estate, Madi­
son ......................................
12,000 00
12,000 00

$ 12,000

Total

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

14 ,0 0 0 00
$50,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

293

Madison— -The State Bank.

L. S. HANKS, President.
J. H. PALM ER, V ice President.

E. O. KNEY, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
L. S. Hanks,
J. H. Palmer,

E. O. Kney.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $779,230 87
Overdrafts ............................
1 ,1 03 91
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
108,575 00
Stocks and other securi­
ties .....................................
18 ,9 0 0 00
Banking house ...................
10 ,000 00
Other real estate ow n e d ..
2 ,0 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
206,602 51
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
1 ,2 1 6 86
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house .................................
14 ,926 21
Gold coin ......................
1 9 ,1 5 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
2 ,2 7 5 25
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
39,921 00
Nickels and cents ..............
334 59

Capital stock paid i n . . . . $100,000 00
Surplus fund .......................
50 ,0 0 0 00
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
26 .066 48
Due to banks— D eposits. .
30,021 48
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
339,647 53
Demand and time certifi­
cates o f deposit
..... 5 2 3,53 0 58
Savings deposits .............
13 4,97 0 13

Total ...................... $ 1 ,2 0 4 ,2 3 6 20

Total ...................... $ 1 ,2 0 4 ,2 3 6 20

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
.7. Howard Palmer, Madison
....................................
f.ucien S. Hanks, Madison


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i Eugene O. Kney, Madison
5,0 0 0 00
$47,500 00
---------------------4 7 ,500 00 1
Total ......................... $100,000 00

294

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Maiden Rock— Bank of Maiden Rock.

F. W.

CARPENTER,

President.

C. W. CARPENTER, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
F. W. Carpenter,
C. W. Carpenter,

N. M. Carpenter.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R eson rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Roans and discounts . . . . $118,462 85
Overdrafts ...........................
2 ,1 7 8 31
IT. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
6,3 5 0 00
............
2 ,2 0 0 00
Banking house
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1,5 4 3 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
19 ,5 9 6 04
Due from other banks . . .
I l l 37
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
923 73
Silver coin ...........................
509 51
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
4 ,9 0 5 00
Total

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

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
...................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
je ct to check .................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit ............................... .

$156,779 81

Total

$10,000 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 6 6 21
27 ,662 24
16 ,987 38
97 ,563 98

......................... $156,779 81

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
F.

W. Carpenter, Maiden
Rock ..................................
C. W. Carpenter, Maiden
Rock ......... ........................


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$ 8,000 00
1,000 00

N.

M. Carpenter, Maiden
Rock ..................................
Total

1,000 00
$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 00

295

Reports of State Banks.

Manitowoc— Manitowoc Savings Bank.

JOHN SCHUETTE, President.
LOUIS SCHUETTE, Vice President.

EDW IN SCIIUETTE, Cashier.
HENRY DETJEN, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
John Schuette,
Louis Schuette,

Edwin Schuette.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discou nts......... $927,523 10
Overdrafts ...........................
30 ,039 50
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds........................
23 4,200 00
Premium on bonds ...........
2 ,7 4 7 09
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
3 ,5 8 4 75
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................. 108,675 97
Due from other banks . .
8 ,3 5 3 39
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
3 ,9 5 2 08
Gold coin .............................
32 ,865 00
Silver coin ...........................
4 ,8 0 7 00
U. S. and national cur­
31 ,315 00
rency ........... ...............
Nickels and cents .............
626 67

Capital stock paid i n . . . . $100,000 00
60,000 00
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
70 ,646 19
Due to banks— D eposits. .
1,0 90 29
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
407,728 43
Time certificates o f de­
46 6,42 3 74
posit .................................
Savings deposits . . . . . . . .
28 2,80 0 90

Total ...................... $ 1 ,3 8 8 ,6 8 9 55

Total ...................... $ 1 ,3 8 8 ,6 8 9 55

NAM ES OP STO C K H O L D E R S.
John Schuette, M anitowoc
Louis Schuette, M anitowoc
Edwin Schuette, M anito­
w oc ...................... .............
Fred Schuette, M anitowoc
August Schuette, M anito­
woc ....................................


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$65,000 00 George Schuette, Manito­
woc ....................................
12,000 00
Martha Alter, M anitowoc.
Gesine
Bloquelle, M anito­
11,500 00
woc ....................................
2,300 00
2,300 00

Total

2.300 00
2.300 00
2.300 00
$ 100,000 00

296

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Manitowoc— The German-American Bank.

EM IL TEITGEN, President.
THOS. HIGGINS, Vice President.

F. T. ZENTNER, Cashier.
HENRY GROTH, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Emil Teitgen,
F. T. Zentner,
Henry Groth,

Thos. Higgins,
Ç. G. Hacker.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
L ia b ilit ie s .
Loans and disocunts......... $140,156 42 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
1,5 3 0 84 Surplus fund ......................
Banking house ..................
17 ,457 63 Undivided profits, less cur­
Furniture and fixtures. . .
4 ,7 23 07
rent expenses and taxes
Other real estate o w n e d ..
2 ,2 15 35
paid ............. .....................
Due from approved reserve
Individual
deposits, ’ sub­
banks .................................
7 ,3 7 0 94
ject to check ..................
Due from other banks. . . .
14,236 76 Time certificates of de­
Checks on other banks and
posit .................................
cash items . . . ................
1,4 73 49 Certified checks ............... ..
Gold coin .............................
3 ,5 5 7 50
Silver coin ...........................
722 25
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
1 2 ,793 00
Nickels and cen ts................
29 16
Total

$206,266 41

$ 20 ,000 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,2 4 4 28
108,810 53
73 ,886 60
325 00

Total ............. .......... $206,266 41

NAMES OE STOCKHOLDERS.


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200 00
600 00
500 00
500 00
1 ,0 00 00
200 00
200 00
1,000 00
200 00

W. N. K'llen,
Cato
400
A. A. Loper,
Ripon
300
M. J. Morgan. Oshkosh. . . .
200
R. H. Hackett, trustee,
Oshkosh .............................
600
J. Morgan. New York, N. Y.
400
E. M.
Kimberly, Neenah. .
200
K. M. Drew,
Oshkosh. . . .
500
M. E. Bray, Oshkosh.........
1 ,1 2 5
M. IL Bray,
O s h k o s h ....
1 ,1 25
W. M.
Bray,O s h k o s h ....
1 ,1 2 5
C. P. Bray, Oshkosh.........
1 ,1 2 5
.

$4 ,000 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
3 ,0 00 00

-

Leander Choate, Oshkosh
Emil
Teitgen, M anitowoc
F. T. Zentner, M anitowoc
II. L. Markham, Manitowoe ....................................
G. A. Nyhagen, M anito­
woc .................................
E. Morgan, Oshkosh.........
Thos. Higgins, M anitowoc
C. G. Hacker, M anitowoc
H. Groth, M anitowoc . . .
L. E. Morgan, O sh kosh..
H. J. Zentner, O sh kosh..
E. M. Radford, O sh k o sh ...

Total

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

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$20,000 00

297

Reports of State Banks.

Marathon— The State Bank of Marathon City.
NICHOLAS SCHMIDT, President.
AUG. RITG E R, Vice President.

GEO. B. RITGER, Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
Nich. Schmidt,
Auig. Ritgerr,
Adam Mucha,
Mike Duerrstein,

Carl Hilber,
Ernst Ringle,
Albert J. Schneiders.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

$92,299
Loans and discounts . . . .
<iverdrafts ............................
65
Ranking house ..................
2 ,8 2 5
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,2 78
Due from approved reserve
22 ,074
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
31
Gold coin ............................. . 1 . 0S5
Silver coin ...........................
901
U. S. and national currency .................................
2 ,1 73
Nickels and cents .............
83
Total ........................

77
24
00
00
63
94
00
70

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, subject to check ..................
Time certificates of deposit ...................................

$15,000 00
1 ,300 00
I ,805 07
38,755 07
65,957 3 i

00
20

$122,817 48

Total

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

$122,817 48

N AM ES O F STO C K H O L D E R S.
Albert J. Schneiders, Marathon .................................
Albert Goldbach, Marathon
Edw. Sauer, M a ra th o n ..
J. G'. Lang, M arathon. . .
Mrs. Anna Trauba, Mara.................................
thon
John I. Deininger, Marathon ....................................
Carl Krahn, M arathon. . .
Winand Daniels, Marathon
Louis Deininger, Marathon
Adam Mucha, M arathon. . .
Chas. Trauba, M arathon. .
Henry Heil, M arathon. . .
John Knoeck, M arathon. .
Carl Hilber, M arath on ..
M'ch.
Duerrstein,
Marathon ....................................
Ernst Ringle, E d ga r.........
Nicholas Schmidt, Marathon
.................................
Fred Brand, Wausau . . .
Martin Casper, Stratford
John .T. Blume. Marathon
Emil Dern, M a r a t h o n ....
Wm. Schilling. M arathon.
Mrs. Mary Weiss, Marathon .............................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$700
500
300
300
100
100
100
900
1,0 00
800
200
100
300
200
800
300
1,000
300
100
200
200
400

Aug. Ritger, M a r a th o n ...
00 Edw. C. ICretlow, Wausau
00 John F. Lamont, Wausau
00 Elizabeth
Trimberger,
00
Portland, Ore....................
John Seubert, M arath on ..
00 Rudolph Busse, Marathon
C. E’. Blodgett, Marshfield
00 John M. Vogedes, Mara00
thon
.................................
00 Xavier Schilling, Marathon
00 •Tosenh Muchinski, Mara00
thon ....................................
00 Mich. Haas, E d ga r.............
00 Anton Joehreu, Marshfield.
00 J. F. Team an, Marshfield
00 Mrs. Mary Mucha, Marathon ....................................
00 Robert C. Hanke, Mara00
thon ....................................
Mrs. Louisa Zimmel, Allen00
00 Geo. E. Ritger, M arathon.
00 Frank Fischer, W ausau. . .
00 Antonia Busse, M arathon.
00
00
Total .........................

100 00

500 00
100 00
100 00
100
400
200
1 ,0 0 0

00
00
00
00

100 00
100 00
200
300
100
1,000

00
00
00
00

100 00
100 00
100
1 ,4 00
100
200

00
00
00
00

$15,000 00

298

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Marinette— Farmers and Merchants Bank of Marinette.

CHAS. REIN KE, President.
J. K. W RIGH T, Vice President.

L. A. M cALPIN E, Cashier.
G. J. REIN KE, Asst. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
Chas. Reinke,
Gustav Reinke,
L. A. McAlpine,
J. K. W right,

L. J. Evans,
.Tno. J. O’Connell,
Frank E. Noyes.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.
Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ............................
LT. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Stocks and other securi­
ties ....................................
Banking house ...................
Furniture and fixtures . .
Other real estate owned. .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total

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

L ia b ilit ie s .
$366,842 56
236 52
20 ,275 00
2 ,4 5 0 00
1 6 ,0 0 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
350 00
45 ,697 20
7 ,4 3 4 10
10 ,790 00
3 ,0 24 20

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Due to banks— D ep osits..
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Certified checks ..................

$5 0,00 0 Of.
20 ,0 0 0 00
11 ,465 96
1 ,8 88 92
87,668 36
2.4 31 22
24 9,39 8 01
64,361 62
885 09

9 ,4 7 5 00
524 60
$488,099 18

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

$488,099 18

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
John J. O'Connell, M ari­
nette .................................
Samuel
Feldstein,
San
Francisco, Cal..................
Charles Feldstein, M ari­
nette .................................
Frank E. Noyes, Marinette
C. E. Hitchon, M arinette.
Chas.
Nachtigall,
M ari­
nette .................................
J. K. W right, M arin ette..
W. B. Quinlan, M arinette
L. A. M cAlpine Marinette
T. W. Brown, M arin ette..


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1,000 00
500 00
500 00
1,0 00 00
1,0 00 00
1,0 00
2 ,0 00
10,000
100
1,0 00

00
00
00
00
00

Mrs. M argaret Diamond,
Marinette ........................
•T. E. Utke, M arinette____
L. J. Evans M arineue. . . .
O. A. Haase, O s h k o s h ....
Gustav Reinke, Milwaukee
O. P.
Osthelder, M ari­
nette .................................
Charles Reinke, M arinette
Gustav J. Reinke, M ari­
nette ...................................
Total

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

1,5 00
1,000
1,0 00
1,0 00
13,000

00
00
00
00
00

1,0 00 00
12,900 00
500 00
$50,000 00

299

Reports of State Banks.

Marion— First State Bank of Marion.

K. SCIIROECKENSTEIN, President.
P. C. ROGERS, Vice President.

J.

H.

DRIESSEN,

Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Jno. H. Spengler,
Wm. Hoffman,
R. Schroeckenstein.

P. C. Rogers,
F. M. De Vaud,
E. M. Kissinger,
B. Goldwait,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.
Loans and discounts......... $132,196 56
630 67
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
20 ,0 0 0 00
other bonds ....................
7 ,5 00 00
Banking house ........... ..
2 ,5 00 00
Furniture and fixtures . .
5 ,4 04 10
Other real estate o w n e d ..
Due from approved reserve
36 ,984 83
banks .................................
3 ,4 06 70
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
400 00
cash items ......................
2 ,3 3 0 00
Gold coin .............................
1,5 85 10
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur3 ,1 94 00
rency .................................
30 15
Nickels and cents .............
Total ........................

$216,162 11

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time! certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................

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

$25,000 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,5 79 0v
49 ,683 59
126,336 9o
8 ,5 62 62

$216,162 11

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
F. Alpers, C aroline...........
W. R. Binkelman, Marion
Herman C. Braun, Marion,
R. F. D .................................
Wm. Binder, Marion, R. F.
D ............................................
Chas. Bertram, M arion . .
T. F. Buss, A n tig o...........
H. Best. Marion ................
F. M. De Vaud, Marion,
R. F. D .......................
W. C. Dedolph, M a r io n ...
N. M. Engler. M a r i o n . . . .
B. Goldthwait, M a rio n ..
C. F. Gonskow, Marion, R.
F. D ......................................
Aug. Genskow, Marion, R.
F. D ......................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$200 00
100 00
500 00
500
400
200
300

00
00
00
00

1,0 00
500
1,0 00
500

00
00
00
00

500 00
500 00

F. A. Grosskopf, P e lla . . .
Wm. Hoffman, Marion, It.
1,000
F. D ......................
Albert Jesse, Marion, R. F.
D ............................
500
Mrs.
E. M. Kissinger,
Marion .............................
E. M. Kissinger, M arion.
Geo. A. Kloster, M arion . .
Wm. E. W olf, Marion, R.
F. D ......................
500
Henrv Genskow, Marion,
R. F. D ..............
500
Gust Schilling, Marion, It.
F . D ............................
500
Peter Borrig, M arion.........
Jno. D. Laughlin,
M a­
rion ....................................

500 00
00
00
100 00
1,0 00 00
200 00
00
00
00
200 00
200 00

300

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
P. A. Michaelis, Jr., Marion ....................................
Meyer & Wulk, M a r io n ...
Mrs. Mary Meyer, M arion
A rnold Maes, M a r i o n ....
M. M ortenson, M a rio n ..
Chas. Malug, Marion, R. F.
D............................................
A lbert Potratz, M arion. . .
Herman F. Peters, Marion
Geo. C. Robbins, Marion, R.
F. D ......................................
Myron H. Rogers, Sanborn,
N. D ......................................
J. M. Sattler, M a r i o n ....
R. Schroekenstein, Marion
D. A. Ramsdell, M arion. .
Jno. H. Spengler, Marion
E. Stubenvoll, Marion, R.
F. D .....................................
August Wichmann, Marion,
R. F. D.................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

500 00
500 00
100 00
500 00
200 00
500 00
200 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
500 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
100 00
1,0 00 00
500 00
200 00

Augusta Ziehm, M arlon. .
C. H. Krieser, M a r io n ...
Herman C. Hacker, Marion,
R- F. D .................................
August Krause, Marion, R.
F. D ........................
Leonard M. De Vaud, Unity
P. C. Rogers, M arion . . . .
Aug. Reimer, Marion, R. F.
D ............................................
W. E. Polley, New London
M. E. Carter, New London
Wm. Krueger, Marion, R.
F. D ......................................
Joseph H. Driessen, Marion
Frank Keller, Marion, R. F.
D ............................................
Mary De Vaud, M a r io n ..
Total

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

700 00
100 00
1,000 00
500 00
200 00
1,0 00 00
500 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1,0 00 00
400 00
200 00
200 00
500 00
$25,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

301

Markesan— Farmers State Bank.

H. F. FRIDAY, President.
H. A. GRAHAM, Vice President.

C.
H.
H.
A.
E.

A.
A.
P.
C.
E.

Dillie,
Graham,
Friday,
Friday,
Cable,

,T. W. DENIGER, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
E. H. Geidel,
Fred Card,
Edw. Ames,
J. W. Deniger.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $107,584 61
Overdrafts ...........................
2 ,2 7 9 41
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
5 ,3 5 0 00
Banking house ..................
8 ,2 9 5 91
Furniture and fixtures . .
3 ,2 8 6 16
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
13 ,1 6 6 02
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
48 61
Gold coin .............................
810 00
Silver coin ...........................
82 70
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..........................
1 ,8 6 9 00
Nickels and cen ts..............
53 99
Expense account ................
2 ,0 5 5 37
Total ......................... $144,881 78

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
je ct to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’ s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

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

$30,000 00
1,4 2 5 62
43 ,4 8 7 61
67,S 57 82
466 35
1,6 4 4 38

$144,881 78

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
C. A. Dillie, M arkesan. . .
.T. W. Deniger, Markesan.
A. C. Friday, M arkesan. .
E. H. Geidel, M arkesan. .
E. E. Cable, M arkesan. . .
Fred Card, M arkesan. . . .
Edward Ames, M arkesan..
H. A. Graham, Fox Lake.
Jno. A. Card, M arkesan ..
Albert J. Walker, Marke­
san .....................................
H. W. Long, M a rk e sa n ...
F. A. Dickenson, Markesan
Oscar G. Ferge, Markesan
Ray Gardinier, Markesan.
E. W. Knight, M arkesan.
Ed. W. Laper, Markesan. .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$500 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
100 00
200 00
500 00
200 00
100 00
500 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,000 00

A rthur J. Geidel, Marke­
...............................
san
Guy E. Dillie, Markesan.
Julius Lieske, M arkesan.
Fred Menke, M a rk e sa n ...
Aug. S'chmutzler, Marke­
san
...............................
Mrs.
Mathilde
Richter,
Markesan ........................
Fred
Abendroth, Marke­
san
...............................
Aug. Siewert, M ark esan ..
Aug. C. Welk, M arkesan..
Wm. Marquart, Markesan.
Mary H. Chesebro, Marke­
san
...............................
W. H.Ames, Markesan...

500
200
500
500

00
00
00
00

500 00
300 00
100
300
500
200

00
00
00
00

100 00
500 00

302

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking,

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
G. M. Gilmore, Fairwater
Chas. Dickman, Markesan.
Kate Olsen, Markesan . . .
Anna Olsen, M a r k e s a n ....
J. F. Olsen, M a rk e sa n ...
W. H. Blow, M a rk e sa n ...
Geo. W. Hare, Markesan.
W. T. Umbreit, Markesan
Louise H. Roberts, Fox
Lake .................................
Henry Chapman, Marke­
san .................
Geo. Ames, M arkesan........
Fred Streich, M arkesan. .
E. H. Carter, M arkesan. .
Emily Grout, Markesan. .
Roy E. Smith, Markesan.
H. F. Eckert, M arkesan. .
G. A. Lueptow, Markesan
Geo. W. Sherwood, Marke­
san ................
Henry McCracken, Marke­
san ................
E. D. Miller, M ark esan ...


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

300
500
100
100
100
200
200
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

500 00
200
500
500
. 500
300
500
500
500

00
00
00
00
Oo
00
00
00

1 ,0 0 0 00
800 00
200 00

Earl Miller, M arkesan. . .
Mrs. V. W. Miller, Markesan .....................................
W. F. Mielke, Markesan. .
Otto Boelter, M arkesan. .
Mrs. Ella S'earles, Ripon.
Mrs.
Maude
Williams,
Markesan .........................
Amil Jahnke, M ark esan ...
R. O. W illiams, Fox Lake.
Dayton L. Smith, Markesan .....................................
Nelson Soranson, Markesan .....................................
Wm. Flagel, M anchester. .
ffm . Tettenborn, Markesan .....................................
Edward Tayloe, Kingston.
A. F. Glaesman, Markesan .....................................
H. P. Friday, M arkesan. .
Jennie Swift, M arkesan ...
T otal

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

200 00
200 On
200 00

200 00
300 00
100 00
500 00
500 00

200 00
500 00
200 00

200 00
200 Oo
400 Ow
3 ,6 0 0 OO
200 00
$30,000 00

303

Reports of State Banks.

Markesan— Markesan State Bank.

E. C. SM ITH, Tresident.
1). D. W ILLIAM S, Vice President.

IRA

W.

PARK ER,

Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
M.
D.
H.
T.

Geo. H. Phelps,
E. C. Smith,
W illiam Sink.

B. Folsom,
D. Williams,
Volkmann,
W. Miller,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.
Loans and discou nts......... $327,053 84
5 ,4 9 8 10
Overdrafts . .........................
U. S., state, municipal and
82,885 00
other bonds ....................
4 .0 0 0 00
Banking house ..................
1 .0 0 0 00
Furniture and fixtures
Due from approved reserve
79 ,999 56
banks .................... ............
800 00
Due from other banks . .
Checks on other banks and
456 69
cash items ......................
2 ,2 3 5 00
Gold coin .............................
1 ,3 49 85
Silver coin .........................
U. S. and national cur­
8 ,5 61 00
rency .................................
128 09
Nickels and cents ..............
Total ......................... $513,967 13

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier's checks outstand­
ing .....................................
Reserved for interest.........

$30,000 00
15 ,000 00
15 ,671 94
35 00
83 ,206 75
358,838 05
7,0 1 3 39
1,202 00
3 ,0 00 00

Total ......................... $513,967 13

NAM ES OF ST O C K H O L D E R S.
S. Barter estate, Hudson.
Theo. Wheeler estate, MarM. B. Folsom, M arkesan..
W. S. Holbrook, Marke­
san ....................................
D. D. Williams, Markesan
W. G. Roberts, Fox Lake.
R. W. Hughes, Markesan. .
Frank W. Bond, Oshkosh
Gard Miller, R ip o n ...........
Guy Miller, M arkesan.........
T. W. Miller, M arkesan. ..
H. Volkmann, K in gston . .
A. J. Bradbury, R ip o n .........
la h n Marquart, Markesan


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$ 1,000 00 John A. Walker, Markesan
Geo. H. Phelps, Milwaukee
500 00 E. C. Smith, M arkesan. . .
Chas.
Lemke, M arkesan. . .
3.0 00 00
F. G. Miller, M arkesan. . .
500 00 Ira W. Parker, Markesan. .
1.000 00 Wm. Sink, M arkesan...........
600 00 W. J. Barter, H u d s o n ....
500 00 F. L. Markham, Markesan
1,000 00 Henry Marquart, Marke­
san ......................................
1.0 00 00
2,000 00 Alex. McDonald, Markesan
2,000 00 Chas. F. Schraeder, Mark­
esan ...................................
1,8 00 00

1,200 00
500 00

Total

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

500 00
2,0 00 00
7,3 00 00
200 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
300 00
200 00
200 00
$30,000 00

304

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

Marshall— Bank of Marshall.

.T. C. BIEDERM AN , President.
W. H. RAMAN, Vice President.

WM. H. TASK ER, Cashier.
L. F. KE LLE Y, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
J. C. Biederman,
W. II. Raman,
F. W. Hall.

Wm. H. Tasker,
L. F. Kelley.

Statement, November 10. 1910.

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Cold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

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

L ia b ilitie s .

$57,053 52
78 59

Capital stock paid in ............
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
22 ,9 4 6 12
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
1 ,4 0 5 On
Individual deposits, sub­
25,701 35
ject to check ..................
2 ,0 9 5 65 Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................
1 ,6 27 99
700 00
737 Ou

$10,000 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,9 1 0 08
27 ,201 33
7.8,253 33

5 ,9 11 00
108 52
$118,364 74

Total

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

$118,364 74

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Wm. II. Tasker, M arshall.
Louisa Stone, Lake Mills
Carrie Stone, Lake Mills
T. R. Tasker, Lake Mills
F. W. Hall, M adison.........
J. H. Porter, M arshall. .


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$1 ,000
1,000
1,000
2,300
100
1,000

00 .T.
00 w
00 L.
00 J.
00
00

1,5 00 00
1,000 00
100 00
1 ,0 0 0 00

Total

$ 10,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

305

Marshfield— Marshfield State Bank.

H. F. THIEL, President.
H. C. KOENIG, Vice President.

AMOS ROLL, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Hugo Wegener,
J. W. Salter,
H. Wahle,
W. Hipke.

Richard Roll,
II. F. Thiel,
J. A. Jorgenson,
II. C. Koenig,
William Welter,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts . . . . $139,341 38 Capital stock paid in. . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
372 27 Surplus fund ......................
Banking house
...............
8,328 80 Undivided profits, less cur­
Furniture andfixtu res...
4,793
60
rent expenses and taxes
Due from approved reserve
paid ............................... : .
banks ...............................
31,805 28 Dividends unpaid .............
Exchanges
for
clearing
Individual deposits, sub­
house .................................
976 54
ject to check ..................
Gold coin . . ........................
372 50 Demand certificates of de­
Silver coin ...........................
1,81 3 35
posit .................................
U. S. and national cur­
Savings deposits ................
rency .................................
11,067 00 Cashier’s checks outstand­
Nickels and cents...............
271 62
ing .....................................
Reserved for taxes ...........
Total ......................... $199,142 34

$50,000 00
100 00
2,084 83
50 00
75,211 53
50,875 09
15,520 S9
4 ,00 0 00
1,300 00

Total ......................... $199,142 34

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
A. E. Bee bee, Marshfield.
E. R. Behringer, Marshfield ...................................
Ed. Brickheimer, Marshfield ...................................
C. B. Edwards, Marshfield ....................................
M. G. Fleckenstein, Marshfield ....................................
M. Fitzgerald, Watertown. .
Henry Ebbe, Marshfield,
R. R. No. 1 ......................
Wm. Hipke, M arshfield...
Theo. Hemmy, Juneau____
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$500 00 Anton Ilenseler, Marshfield
Harlow Hyde, Marshfield.
500 00 John Henseler, Marshfield
Jos. M. Hater, Park Falls
1,400 00 Aug. Homsted, Dorchester
Caroline Hamilton, Marsh500 00
field ....................................
S. R. Jones. Juneau.........
300 00 J. A. Jorgenson, Marshfield
1,000 00 Mrs. .T. G. Kohl, Marshfield ....................................
100 00 H. C. Koenig, Marshfield.
2 ,30 0 00 George
Koenig,
Marsh1,500 00
field ....................................

1,000
1,000
500
1,000
200

00
00
00
00
00

300 00
500 00
2,200 00
200 00
2 ,50 0 00
500 00

306

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
M. Lueck, Juneau...............
Michael Ley, Hewitt.........
B. F. McMillan, McMillan
Y. A. Mason, Marshfield.
Louis Rembs, Marshfield.
Richard Roll. Hustisford. .
Amos Roll, Marshfield. . . .
-John Rothenberger, Marsh­
field ..................................
Ellen M. Rowan, Marsh­
field ...................... .............
Lorenz S'eidl, Blenker. . . .
John Scheuer, Marshfield
W. A. Sexton, Marshfield
J. W. Salter, Unity...........
H. F. Thiel, Marshfield..
William
Welter,
Marsh­
field ...................................
Fred Warsinskie, Marsh­
field ....................................
Hugo
Wegener,
Marsh­
field ....................................


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1.500 00
300 00
3,30 0 00

H. Wahle, Marshfield.. . .
Geo. J. Werner, Marsh­
field ....................................
2,200 00 Jos. Whittington, Marsh­
200 00
field ....................................
1,000 00 Ida Wegener, Marshfield.
1.500 00 W. E. Hallock, J u n e a u ....
John G. Kohl, Marshfield.
300 00 August Wegener, Portage. .
Emil Meyer, Wausau.........
2o0 00 H. H. Henning, Chili. . . .
200 00 G. E. Harrington, Marsh­
200 00
field ....................................
300 00 Jos. T. Yolz, Marshfield..
2,000 00 C. H. Larson, Marshfield.
3.500 00 Martin Berg, Marshfield. .
M. Stemnetz, Marshfield. .
3,000 00 Edgar Boenig, Hustisford
200 00

1,30 0 00

Total

3.00 0 00
500 00
200
100
2.000
200
700
500
500

0«
00
00
Ou
00
00
00

100
300
200
500

00
00
00
00

1,000 00

1,000 oo

$50,000 00

307

Reports of State Banks.

Mason— Mason State Bank.

EDWARD HINES, President.
HENRY E. ROHLF, Vice President.

C. H. WERDEN, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Edward Hines,
Henry E. Rohlf,
J. W. Cochran,

C. H. Werden,
Chas. I. Larson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.
L oans

and

d i s c o u n t s ............

Stocks and other securi­
ties ...................................
Furniture and fixtures----Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
99 Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
00
paid ...................................
74 Dividends unpaid .............
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
37
00 Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
00
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
Ou
63

$67,634 02
9,75 8
250
11,877
93
175
904
2,603
71

$93,367 75

Total

Total

$10,000 00
2 ,00 0 00
1,507 8o
2 ,00 0 00
30,210 68
47,639 11
10 10
$93,367 75

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Edward Hines, Chicago, 111.
Henry
E.
Rohlf,
Hay­
ward .................................
Christian F. Wiehe, Chi­
cago, 111...............................
Lason L. Barth, Chicago,
111...........................................


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$9,000 00
500 00
100 00
100 00

J. W. Cochran, Ashland..
Chester H. Werden, Ma­
charles I. Larson, Ma­
son ......................................
Total

100 00
100 00
100 00

$10,000 00

308

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Mattoon— Mattoon State Bank.

ROY F. BABCOCK, President.
O. P. WALCH, Vice President.

W. B. KRAMAR, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Roy F. Babcock,
D. Lightbody,
O. P. Walcb,

W. B. Kramar,
W. F. Meagher.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

tte so u rc e s.

Loans and discounts.........
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtu res...
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items .......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............
Total ......................

L ia b ilitie s .

$54,160 63
2 ,50 0 00
1,925 00
5 ,20 8 22
634 97
67 75
60 00
4 5 2 60

Capital stock paid in-----Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de„ posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$10,000 00
1 ,5 0 0 00
1,982 25
13,667 08
32,861 51
9,86 6 33

4,78 6 00
82 00
$69,877 17

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

$69,877 17

NAMES OE STOCKHOLDERS.
O. P. Walch, A n t ig o ....
W. A. Grant, Antigo.........
W. B. Kramer, Mattoon..
D. Lightbody, M attoon ...
J. P. Kurz, Mattoon.........
W. F. Meagher, M attoon..
Ella Proper, Mattoon.........
George E. Proper, Mattoon
John Van Ooyen, P hlox..


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$1,000
1,00 0
3 ,30 0
1,200
200
300
100
200
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

Roy F. Babcock, Mattoon
Chas. Biendarra, Mattoon.
E. E. Goodwin, Mattoon..
Henry Hay, Antigo...........
Fred. Kolpack, M attoon ...
Ora A. Babcock, Mattoon
G. W. Boeyink, Mattoon
Total

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

1 ,3 0 0
100
200
100
200
200
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$10,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

309

Mauston— Juneau County Bank.

GEO. S. GRUBB, President.
O. G. LOOMIS, Vice President.

W. G. HOSIG, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Geo. S. Grubb,
O. G. Loomis,
W. G. Hosig,

G. N. McNown,
P. Wilcox,
H. C. Strong.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts......... $295,867 88
Overdrafts ...........................
5,463 91
•U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
3,258 63
Banking house ...................
5 ,30 0 00
Other real estate owned..
6 ,2 8 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
54,889 80
Gold coin .............................
180 00
Silver coin ...........................
220 60
U. S', and national cur­
rency .................................
6 ,24 8 00
82 99
Nickels and cents ...........
Total ........................

$377.791 81

Capital stock paid in.........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$25,000 00
5,000 00
4,959 02
46,034 46
296,798 33

Total ......................... $377,791 81

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Geo. S. Grubb, Mauston.
O. G. Loomis, Mauston. . .
F. Wilcox, Mauston...........
H. C. Strong, M au ston ...
Ellen B. Souther, Mauston
Wm. Hale, Mauston...........
M. E. Strong, Mauston..
Orra Lyon, Mauston...........
Martha C. Case estate,
Mauston ...........................
H. M. Loomis, Mauston..
B. N. Souther, M ansion..
Hattie McMillan. Mauston
Mrs. H. G. Penniman, Mil­
waukee .............................


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$12,200
1,000
1,000
800
500
500
200
100
900
100
200
100
500

00 Mrs. L. N. Grubb, Maus00
ton ......................................
00 A. M. Bowes, M auston...
00 W. G. Hosig, M auston...
00 ii. .1. Puffer, P o rta g e ...........
00 Mrs. L. W. Parker, Mil­
waukee .............................
00
00 Jennie Towle, Greenwood
G. N. McNown, Mauston..
00 F. S. Veeder, M a u sto n ....
00 Mrs. E. M. Stewart, Maus­
00
ton .....................................
00
Total .........................
00

500 00
100 00
1,600 00
1 ,0 0 0

00

1,500 00
200 00
800 00
1,000 00
200 00
$25,000 00

310

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Mauston— State Bank of Mauston.

W. P. WINSOR, President.
P. D. CURRAN, Vice President.

W. J. TROY, Cashier.
H. D. WINSOR, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
W. P. Winsor,
P. D. Curran,
W. .T. Troy,
S. P. Howard,

Anton Suszycki,
Herman Schroeder,
P. S. Veeder.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $277,830 28
Overdrafts ...........................
7 ,72 7 60
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
1,95 0 00
Banking house and furni­
6 250 00
ture and fixtures .........
Other real estate owned.
1,500 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
28,792 17
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
2,124 98
Gold coin .............................
25 00
Silver coin ...........................
581 50
U. S. and national cur­
rency %...............................
4,625 00
Nickels and cents .............
354 28
Total

........................$331,760 81

Capital stock paid in.........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing . *..................................

$25,000 0b
3 ,50 0 00
2 ,87 7 61
540 00
52,984 58
25 00
246,833 12
50

........................$331,760 81

Total

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
W. P. Winsor, Mauston..
Curran Bros., M auston...
W. J. Troy, Lyndon Station
S. P. Howard, M auston..
A. Suszycki, Mauston. . . .
L. Wiedenbeck, Mauston..
I). Mulloney, Mauston.........
Conrad Klipple, Mauston.
J. T. Smith, Mauston-----W. It. Stevens, M auston...
Chas. Miller estate, Maus­
ton .....................................
R. D. Chamberlain, Maus­
ton ......................................
A. T. Gregory, Elroy.........
C. H. Davidson, Mauston.


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$10,000
2,000
1,500
1,200
1,000
500
500
500
500
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

400 00
400 00
1,500 00
700 00

D. L. Remington, Mauston
C. C. Remington, Mauston
Wm. Martin, Lyndon Sta.
P. S. Veeder, M auston...
Schroeder Bros., Mauston.
Goodhouse & Ritter, Maus­
ton .....................................
M. H. Stevens, Mauston..
R. D. Robinson, Mauston.
H. H. Robinson, Mauston.
A. L. de Plon, Mauston..
T. M. Purvis, Mauston. . .
S. C. Grinolds, M ansion..
C. F. Altenberg, Mauston
Total

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

300
300
400
500
300

00
00
00
00
00

200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
300 00
200 00
200 00
500 00
$25,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

311

Mayville— State Bank of Mayville.

AUG. RUEDEBUSCH, President.
BYRON BARWIG, Vice President.

WM. RINGLE, Cash'er.
R. F. RUEDEBUSCH. Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
L. S. Keeley,
R. J. Langenbach,
C. W. Lamoreaux,

M. A. Bussewitz,
A. Bachhuber.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $331,549 41 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Overdrafts ..........................
2 84 Surplus fund ......................
U. S., state, municipal and
Undivided profits, less cur­
53,727 50
other bonds ....................
rent expenses and taxes
Banking house ..................
5 ,0 0 0 00
paid ...................................
Furniture and fixtu res...
1,264 00 Individual
deposits, sub­
Due from approved reserve
ject to check ..................
banks
. . . . ...................
139,286 95 Time certificates of de­
Checks on other banks and
posit .................................
cash item s*......................
1,713 83 Savings deposits ................
Gold coin .............................
13,075 00 Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
Silver coin ..........................
1,128 05
U. S. and national cur­
38,926 00
rency ..............................
Nickels and cents .............
412 15
Total

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

$586,085 73

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

$50,000 0(1
14,500 00
6,000 58
113,176 53
342,655 39
56,562 74
3,190 49

$586,085 73

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Aug. Ruedebusch, Mayville
L. S. Keeley, M a y v ille ....
John Langenbach, Mayville
Carl Grashorn, Greenwood
Wm. Ringle, M a y v ille ....
C. A. Schellpfeffer, May­
ville ....................................
R. J. Langenbach, Mayville
Franklin Koch, Town of
WHliamstown ..................
A. W. Langenbach, La
Crosse ...............................
M. A. Bussewitz Milwau­
kee ......................................
Chas.
Ruedebusch,
Sr.,
Mayville ...........................
D. Naber Co., Mayville. . .
C. W. Lamoreaux, Mayville
L. M. Bachhuber, Mayville


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$7,500
5,500
1,500
5,00 0
6,500

00
00
00
00
00

1,000 00
1,000 00
1,500 00
6,500 00
1,500 00
300
300
1,000
1,500

00
00
00
00

Andrew Bachhuber, May­
ville ....................................
Byron Barwig, Mayville. .
Geo. Engel, Kekoskee.........
Aug. Thielke, M a y v ille ....
E. J. Albrecht, Mayville. .
Mayville
Furniture
Co.,
Mayville ...........................
Chas. Engel & Son, May­
ville ....................................
H. .T. Thielke, M ayville...
A. .T. Clark, Mayville____
R. F. Ruedebusch, May­
ville ....................................
Anton Welsch, M ayville...
John Herherg, M ayville...
Mrs.
Louisa
Ruedebush,
Mayville ...........................
Total

1,000
500
500
800
300

00
00
00
00
00

300 00
500 00
700 0h
300 00
500 00
500 00
1,000 00
2,500 00
$50,000 0C

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

312

Mazomanie— The Peoples State Bank.

J. G. KNAPP, President.
JAS. P. HUDSON, Vice President.

W. H. WURSTER, Cashier.
LOTTA B. SMITH, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
J. G. Knapp,
.T. P. Hudson,
L. B. Ruka,

W. H. Wurster,
Samuel Murrish.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts......... $105,264 41
Overdrafts ...........................
46 28
Banking house ...................
2 ,00 0 00
Furniture and fixture's . .
1,275 00
Due from approved reserve
hanks ...............................
18,459 22
Gold coin .............................
2,905 00
1,138 80
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
4,859 00
Nickels and cents .............
161 95
Total ......................... $136,109 6b

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................

Total

$17,000 00
3,50 0 00
4,24 7 46
65,632 97
45,729 23

$136,109 06

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
D. W. Campbell, Franklinville, N. Y ..........................
John G. Knapp, Mazomanie
Wm. Ely, guardian, Franklinville, N. Y ....................
•T. P. Hudson, Mazomanie
A. W. Kingsley, Franklinville, N. Y .........................
Ada B.
Stewart, Bath.
N. Y .....................................
Cdia A. McNett, Bath,
N. Y ......................................
Florence E. Smith, Chi­
cago. Ill...............................
En (renia
L.
Campbell,
Franklin ville N. Y. . . .
Mrs.
Geo.
L.
Lincoln,
Mazomanie ......................
Edward Coleman, P.oscobel
J. H. Boyle and Sisters,
Mazomanie ......................
Wm. J. Graff, Boscobel...
J. B. Greene, Mazomanie.
Ida C. Hubbell, Milwaukee
Wm.
Kradwell, Wauwatosa


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Henrietta E. Johns, Mazo­
manie .................................
Samuel
Murrish,
Mazo­
manie .................................
500 00 Morrisey Bros., A r e n a ....
2.000 Ou Alice M. Pilkington, Mazo­
manie ...........................
1.000 00 May H. Pilkington, Mazo­
manie .................................
100 00 George E. Pugh, Mazo­
manie ...............................
400 00 Abr. L. Par man, Mazo­
manie .................... ............
200 00 Fred W. Ruka, Boscobel..
Lisetta Ruka, Boscobel. . .
300 00 Louis B. Ruka, Boscobel. .
W. S. F. Smith, Mazo­
1 , 0 0 0 00
manie .................................
H. Wurster, Mazo­
500 00 W.
manie ...............................
200 00 Geo. Welsh, Lancaster. .. .
500 00 Jos. Sharratt, Mazomanie.
100 00
Total .........................
1,500 00

$1,500 00
100 00

500 00

300 00
500 00
100 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
500
500
500
500

on
Ob
00
00

200 0b
1 ,600 00
500 00
200 00
$17,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

313

Medford— State Bank of Medford.

.TORN CARSTENS, President
HERMAN DUMKE, Vice President.

C. L. ALVERSON, Cashier.
L. L. URQUHART, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
F.
M. Perkins,
John Carstens,
C. L. Alverson,

L. L. Urquhart,
Herman Dumke.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts......... $244,881 57
555 33
Overdrafts ............................
3,000 Oo
Banking house ....................
1,000 00
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
56,936 60
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
450 77
cash items ......................
4,060 00
Gold coin ............................
1,145
25
Silver coin
......................
U. S. and national cur10,219 00
rency .................................
123 85
Nickels and cents .............
Total ........................

$322,372 3 <

Capital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ' . .................................
Due to banks— Deposits. .
Individual deposits, sub,iect to check ..................
Demand certificates of deposit ...................................

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

$25.000 00
25,000 00
12,691 08
13,981 92
102,260 63
143,438 74

$322,372 37

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
A. J. Perkins estate, Medf o r d ......................................
John Carstens Medford..
Jjf L. Urquhart, Medford..
Herman Dumke, Medford..
C. L. Alverson, Medford..
Chas.
F.
Grow
estate,
Neillsvilie...........................
C. G. Engstrand, Ogema..
.T. H. Waggoner Eau Claire
G. D. Myers est., Prentice
Otto Griesser, Sr., Med­
ford ....................................
Louis Carstens, Medford. .
Jacob Shapiro, Medford..


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F. M. Perkins, Medford . .
00 Mrs. C. A. Andresen, Med­
00
ford ......................................
00 C. L. Alverson, guardian,
00
Medford .............................
00 C.
G.
Egstrand
Co.,
Ogema .................... ; . . . .
1,000 00 Frank Ruprich, Westboro. .
500 00 Nels A. Engstrand. Prentice
300 00 Theo. Engstrand, Rib Lake
1,000 00 Albert -T. Perkins, Medford.
D. F. Hammed, Guardian,
200 00
Appleton ...........................
500 00
Total
500 00

$1,000
500
1,500
1,000
12,950

500 00
1,000 00
300 00
200
200
200
300
100

00
00
00
00
00

1,25 0 00
$25,000 00

314

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Mellen— Mellen State Bank.

GEO. E. POSTER, President.
C. P. PECK, Vice President.

C. F. PETERSON, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Geo. E. Foster,
C. P. Peck,
H. I. Latimer,
C. W. Lockart,

C. F. Peterson,
Robert Johnson,
C. A. Poundstone.

Statem ent, N ovem ber 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts . . . .
<»verdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national currency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

L ia b ilitie s .

$95,136
71
3,475
2,400

69
8-i
00
00

15,699 03
936 54
2,530 00
908 00

Capital stock paid I n . . . .
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub.ieet to check ...............
Time certificates of deposit .................................

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

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3,597 54
64,380 43
36,901 98

3,456 00
266 85

Total ......................... $124,879 95

II. L. Drake, Medford.........
Geo. IS. Foster, Mellen.........
C. F. Latimer, Ashland. . . .
II. I. Latimer, Mellen. . . .
Wm. Layman, Mellen.........
C. W. Lockhart, Mellen. . . .
L. A. Maier, Mellen.............
C. P. Peck, Mellen.............
C. F. Peterson, M e lle n ....
(’. A. Poundstone, Mellon..
Ed. Rogers, Mellon.............

$16,000 00
4,000 00

$1,000 00
1,800 00
500 00
500 00
800 00
500 00
600 00
1 ,50 0 00
1,600 00
1,100 00
800 00

O. Atcherson, Mellen.........
J. M. Maier estate, Med­
ford ......................................
Mamie E. Maier, Mellen. .
Robert Johnson, M ellen ...
Bernard Block, M e ile n ....
John Joyce, Ashland...........
J. A. Pomeroy, Mellen. . .
Total ..........................

$124,879 95

-a.
800 00
1,500
700
1.500
200
500
100

00
00
Or.
00
00
00

$16.000 00

Reports of State Banks.

315

* Melrose— Bank of Melrose.

F. E. TANNER, President.
E. G. HIGGINS, Vice President.

C. J HOG'G, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
T.
A.
F.
O.
W.

R. Bartlett,
J. Webb,
E. Tanner,
C. O’Hearn,
A. Sholes,

E. G. Higgins,
Andrew Lutz,
Ward O. Gilbert,
F. II. White,
Wm. Tibbetts.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
Furniture and fix tu re s....
I )ue from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
IT. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
23,252 65
1,174 I f Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
1,920 00
564 75 Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
2,861 00 Savings deposits ................
20 73

$78,9’75 41
539 66
1,833 73

$10,000 00
1 ,20 0 00
403 24
29,041 04
22,165 70
48,332 06
$111,142 04

Total ......................... $111,142 04

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
T. R. Bartlett, Melrose..
Mark Beach, Melrose . . .
E. S. Beach, M elro se....
Robt. Crowley, M elrose..
Bent Emberson, Melrose.
Ward O. Gilbert, Melrose.
Andrew Lutz, Melrose. . .
Chas. Newland, Melrose.
O’Hearn, Hogg & Co., Me!
rose .................................
Frank O’Hearn, Melrose..
John W. Parker, Melrose
S. W. Amider, Melrose. .
Lura Quackenbush,
Me'
rose .............................
W. J. Bourn, Melrose.
C. A. Kissinger, Milwau
kee ....................................
E. E. Gilbertson, Melrose


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$300
100
100
100
100
300
200
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

200
100
100
200

00
00
00
00

200 no
100 00
100 00
100 00

F. E. Tanner, M elrose..
■R. C. O’Hearn, Melrose. .
Mrs.
Ward
O.
Gilbert
Melrose ...........................
O. C. O’Hearn, Melrose. .
Theo. Quackenbush, Mel
rose .................................
•T. W. Robinson, Melrose.
W. A. Sholes, Melrose. .
A. J. Webb, Melrose.. . .
F. H. White, Melrose. . .
Frank Wachter, Melrose.
Mrs. B. E. Nelson, Melros
E. G. Higgins, M elrose..
Wm. Tibbetts, M elrose...
C. .T. Hogg, Melrose.........
Total

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

4,000 00
100 00
500 00
100 00
100
100
300
200
300
100
100
200
100
1,80 0

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$10,000 00

316

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Menasha— Bank of Menasha.

JOS. L. FIEWEGER, President.
A. D. ELDRIDGE, Vice President.

IIARRY DE WOLF, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Jos. L. Fieweger,
A. D. Eldridge,
Harry De Wolf,

II. B. Hewitt,
F. J. Kimberly.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $358,550 60
Overdrafts ............................
55 40
IT. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
132,000 00
Banking house ....................
2 ,20 0 00
Furniture and fixtures . . .
2 ,2 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
83,628 57
Due from other b a n k s ....
2,183 80
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
2,185 59
Gold coin .............................
19,665 00
Silver coin ...........................
894 95
U. S', and national cur­
rency .................................
8,582 00
Nickels and cents .............
307 0b
Total ........................

$612,452 99

Capital stock paid in......
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Due to banks— Deposits. .
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .............................
Savings deposits ...............

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

$50,000 On
35,000 00
48,167 51
2,201 29
115,566 07
135,262 90
226,255 22

$612,452 99

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Mary Syme, Neenah .........
Jos. L. Fieweger, Menasha.
F. ,T. Kimberly. Neenah..
Mary B. Hewitt, Menasha
John H. Hewitt, Seattle,
Wash.....................................
Trustees for M. F. Hewitt,
Milwaukee .........................
Henry H. Kimberly, Nee­
nah ....................................
Marie Koch, Menasha . . .
John H. Hoheisel, Menasha
Morris A. Eily, Menasha.


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$6,900
7,800
5 ,00 0
7,800

00
00
00
00

6,100 CO
6,100 00
500 00
500 On
500 00
400 00

Louis T. Jourdain, Mena­
sha ......................................
Henry E. Trilling, Mena­
sha ......................................
Emil H. Schultz.
Menasha
Jeanette
F.
Bergstrom,
Neenah ..........
A. D. Eldridge, Neenah..
Harry De Wolf, Menasha.
H. B. Hewitt, Iloquiam,
Wash...................................
John Planner,Menasha. . . .
Total .........................

300 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
1,000 00
100 00
6 ,1 0 0 00
400 00
$50,000 00

317

Reports of State Banks.

Menomonee Falls— Citizens State Bank.

G.
B.

E. HOYT, President.
TRILLER, Vice President.

JNO. A. PRATT, Cashier.
JOS. W. CANNON, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
G’. E. Hoyt,
C. W. Fraser,
B. Triller,

Jno. A. Pratt,
A. R. Baer.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $ 21 3 ./tC9
Capital stock paid in.........
Overdrafts ............................
609 90 Surplus fund ......................
!'. S.. state, municipal and
Undivided profits, le«s cur­
other bonds ....................
9 ,23 0 00
rent expenses and taxes
Furniture and fix tu re s....
2,445 21
paid ........................
Due from approved reserve
Due to banks— Deposits...
hanks ................................
32,726 04 Individual
deposits, sub­
Checks on other banks and
ject to check . . . .........
ca-h items ......................
96 75 Time certificates of de­
434 20
Gold coin .............................
posit .................................
Silver coin ..........................
882 50
IT. S. and national cur­
6,928 00
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
86 87
Total ........................

$266,927 88

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

$15,000 00
3,000 00
2,448 82
15 00
54,011 10
192,452 96

$266,927 88

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
John A. Pratt, Menomonee
Fa’ is
.............................
Wm. Pratt,S tou gh ton ....
• Thomas Regan, Madison . .
G. E. Hoyt, Menomonee
Falls
.............................
R. G. Wagner,Milwaukee.
C. F. Henrizi, Menomonee
Falls
.............................
C. W. Fraser, Menomonee
Falls ...................................
B.
Triller,
Menomonee
Falls
.............................
Cornelia Puehler, Wauwa­
tosa ....................................
Elmer Nehs, Menomonee
Falls
.............................
J. W. Cannon, Menomonee
Falls ...................................


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A. R. Baer, Menomonee
Falls ...................................
$6,400 00
3,000 00 J. B. Whittaker, Menom­
onee Falls ........................
600 00
P. M. Keipper, Menom­
onee Falls ........................
500 00
300 00 C. K. Schlafer, Menom­
onee Fa'ls ........................
500 Oh W. T. Camp, Menomonee
Falls ...................................
400 00 Mrs. Edith R. Lyons, Me­
nomonee Falls ................
300 00 II. II. Rowell, Menomonee
Falls ...................................
200 00 Henry Tennessen, Menom­
onee Falls ........................
200 00
Total .........................
200 00

1,100 00
100 00
200 00
300 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
$15,000 00

318

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Menomonee Falls— Farmers & Merchants Bank.

SAMUEL A. CONNELL, President.
DARWIN A. MACE, Vice President.

ALBERT H. ECKHARDT, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Samuel A. Connell,
Garwln A. Mace,
William II. Connell,
Albert H. Eckhardt,

James M. Connell,
William B. Campbell,
Edward Puehler.

Statement, November 10. 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts......... $147,635 56
Overdrafts ............. '..............
24 80
TJ. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ......................
25,700 00
Banking house
............
3,75 0 00
Furniture andfixtures...
1,648
50
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
30,139 20
Cold coin .............................
1,735 00
Silver coin, nickels and
cents ...................................
989 88
U. S', and national cur­
rency ...........
4 ,65 7 00
Total ........................

$216.279 94

Capital stock paid in.........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
P a i d .............................. .............
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ...............

$15.000 00
1,000 00
1,047 45
27,899 91
124,844 29
46,488 29

Total ...................... .. $216,279 94

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Samuel A. Connell, Mil­
waukee .............................
Garwin A. Mace, Menom­
onee Falls ........................
James M. Connell, Milwau­
kee ......................................
Wm. H. Connell, Colgate'.
Martha J. Connell, South
Germantowm ...................
William B. Campbell, Me­
nomonee Fa'ls ...............
Edward Puehler, Menom­
onee F a l l s .................


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Leopold Eckhardt, Sheboy­
gan ...................................
Albert H. Eckhardt, Me­
500 00
nomoneeFalls ..................
Adolph J. Weidner, Mil­
1,000 00
waukee ...............................
1,000 00 George F. Luehring, Mil­
waukee ..............................
1.000 00 Lydia A. Kingston, Wauke­
sha, R. F. D .......................
500 00
Total .........................
500 00

$3,500 00

2,00 0 00
3 ,00 0 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
$15,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

319

Menomonie— Bank of Menomonie.

J. H. STOUT, President.
L. D. HARVEY, Vice President.

MARTIN FLADOES, Cashier.
OLE NESSETH. Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
.T. II. Stout,
L. D. Ilarvey,

Martin Piadoes,
W. C. Ribenack.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts......... $156,828 40 Capital stock paid in .........
70 87 Surplus fund ......................
Overdrafts ............................
Undivided profits, less curStocks and other se'curi500
rent expenses and taxes
00
ties .....................................
paid ...................................
Ranking’ houso . . . .
7,500 00
684 71 Individual deposits, subFurniture and fixtures. . .
ject to check ..................
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
16,810 19 Demand certificates of deposit .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
2,567 19 Time certificates of deposit ...................................
Gold coin .............................
3,120 00
Silver coin ...........................
2,655 70
IT. S', and national cur7,876 00
rency .................................
155 50
Nickels and cents .............
Total ........................

$198,774 56

$30,000 00
6,000 00
904 36
55.605 75
4,958 04
101,306 41

Total ......................... $198,774 56

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
S. B. French, Menomonie. .
J. IT. Stout, Menomonie. .
L. D. Harvey. Menomonie.
Martin Fladoes, Menom­
onie ...................................
IL E. Knapp, Menomonie.


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$2,000 00
18,000 00
1,000 00
1,500 00
1,250 00

W. C. Ribenack, Menom­
onie ....................................
Alex. Hasford, Menomonie
Ole Nesseth, Menomonie. .
Total ........................

5,000 00
750 00
500 00
$30,000 00

320

Report\ of the Commissioner of Banking.

Menomonie— The Schutte & Quilling Bank.

A. QUILLING, President.

W. SCHUTTE. JR., Cashier.
O. C. KAUSRUD, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
A. Quilling,
H. C. Inenfeldt,

Wm. Schutte, Jr.,
O. C. Kausrud.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $601,651 99
Overdrafts ...........................
849 41
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
6,651 79
Stocks and other securi­
ties ...................................
4 ,74 0 00
Banking house ....................
14,000 00
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
1,734 00
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................. 101,125 27
Due from other b a n k s ....
24,020 73
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
837 75
Gold coin .............................
10,200 00
Silver coin ...........................
2 ,45 7 90
U. S. and national cur­
12,804 00
rency .................................
423 76
Nickels and cents .............
Total ......................... $781,496 60

Capital stock paid in.......
Surplus fund ................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Due to banks— Deposits. .
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................

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

$30,000 00
30,000 00
44,274 25
8,000 00
188,980 62
22,138 18
444,248 5i
13,855 04

$781,496 60

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
A. Quilling, Menomonie. . . .
W. Schutte estate, Menom­
onie ......................................
O. C- Kausrud, Menomonie


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$11,000 00

W. Schutte, Jr., Menom­
onie ...................................
11,500 00 H. C. Inenfeldt, Menomonie
1,000 00
Total .........................

6,000 00
500 00
$30,090 00

Reports of State Banks.

321

Merrill— Lincoln County Bank.

E. A. KREMBS, Cashier.
A. GRUETT, Asst. Cashier.

A. H. STANGE, President.
C. J. KINZEL, Vice President.

DIRECTORS.
A. B. Nelson,
Charles J. Kinzel,
C. II. Stange.

A. H. Stange,
J. A. Wright,
John Van Hecke,
E. H. Staats,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $613,454 54
93 48
()verdrafts ..........................
U. S., state, municipal and
103,200 00
other bonds ....................
Banking house and furnitore and fixtures ...........
10,000 00
Due from approved reserve
88,835 86
banks .................................
222 98
Due from other banks . . .
Exchanges
for
clearing
1,728 19
house .................................
Gold coin ..............................
8,850 00
Silver coin ...........................
2,346 20
U. S', and national currency .................................
17,013 00
Nickels and cents...............
134 36
Total ........................

$845,878 61

Capital stock paid i n. . . .
Surplus fund . . . .
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid .................................
Due to banks— Deposits.
Individual
deposits, subiect to check. . .
Time certificates of deposit ...................................
Savings deposits ................

$50,000 00
15,000 00
36,297 15
5,900 99
166,800 01
264,171 72
307,709 5t

-

Total ....................... $845,878 61

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
A. II. Stange, M e r r ill....
C. .1. Kinzel. Merrill.........
A. B. Nelson, Merrill.........
J. A. Barrett, M e r r ill....
R. C. Schulz, Goodman...
.7. A. Wright, Merrill.........
Mrs. C. Wright. M errill..
Nettie E. Wright, Merrill.
John Van Hecke. Morr'll.
F. C. Zemlika, Merrill. . . .
J. A. Emerich, Merrill. . . .
E. II. Staats. Merrill.........
Aug. J. Stange. M errill...
H. R. Allen, Merrill.........
W. J. Ebert. Merrill.........
Wm. Johannes, Jr., Merrill
R. W, Barrett, Merrill. . . .


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$22,500
1,000
1,800
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,000
700
1,400
1,000
500
500
300
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
(10
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

T. Barrett, Merrill.............
Aug. Braun, Merrill...........
E. W. Ellis, Grands Rapids
John Elsen, Merrill...........
Wm. Jacoby, Merrill.........
E. Leidiger, Merrill .........
J. Polack, Merrill................
Mrs. A. H. Stange, Merri’l
C. II. Stange, Merrill___
E'milv
Stange
Rogers,
Adr an. Mich......................
John G Wenzel. Merrill. . .
E. A. Krembs, Merrill. . . .
Mrs. Fred W. King, Merrill ......................................
Total

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

500
300
1 ,000
500
500
1,000
500
1,000
1,000

00
00
0(,
00
00
00
00
00
00

1,000 00
500 (iO
1,000 00
1,000 00
$50,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

322

Merrill— The German American State Bank.
R. C. BALLSTADT, Cashier.

p. J. SMITH. President.
P. W. KUBASTA, Vice President.
DIRECTORS.

Wm. P. Peterman,
Val. Henrich, Jr.,
Julius Thielman,
F. J. Smith.

P. W. Kubasta,
W. G. Smith,
Fred Hestermann,
Wm. P. Nevermann,
A. P. Lueck,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts .............................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Furniture and fixtu res...
Other real estate owned. .
Due from ' approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver c o i n ........... ...............
U. S', and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents................

$30,000 00
$197,890 41 Capital stock paid in .........
2 ,40 0 00
212 08 Surplus fund .......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent
expenses
and
taxes
2 2,4 *5 So
paid
...............
1 ,912
3,491 73
171
1,032 22 Due to banks— Deposits . .
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
61 763
36,107 17
9,12 5 84 Time certificates of de­
53 ,851
posit .................................
134.245
1-495 30 Savings deposits ..................
checks outstand­
5,132 50 Cashier's
.......................
1,163 00
ing
451 10

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

7,986 00
108 04
$285.507 39

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

$285,507 39

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
F. W. Kubasta, Merrill. . .
John Ament, Merrill . . . .
W. H. Dicke, Merrill . . . .
Sever Horgen, Christiana,
Norway .............................
Fred B. Barnes, Oshkosh. .
John Dayman, D u d le y ....
Lucy Dayman, D u d le y ....
W. G. Smith, Merrill.........
J. G. Toser, Merrill...........
O. F. Genr'ch, M errill...
Frieda M. Johannes, Mer­
rill ......................................
Robert Posey, Merrill. . . .
W. & A. Wendt, Merrill..
C. N. Johnson, M errill...
Val. Henr'ch, Jr.. Merrill
C. A. Rusch, Merrill. . . .
Wm. Nevermann, Merrill.
Chris. Solum, Merrill.........
Fred Hestermann. Merrill.
T. H. Ryan. M err'll...........
Irvie Boyer, Miles City,
Mont......................................
Hermine Daib, Merrill-----A. C. Friday. Merrill. . . .
Chas. F, Fowler, M errill,.


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$1,500 00
300 00
200 00
200
200
300
300
1,100
300
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

1O0
300
100
100
1,000
1O0
1,000
200
1.500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

1,000 00
100
200
500
300

00
00
00
00

T. M. Himes, Merrill.........
W. H. Kaiser, M errill...
V. F. Peterman, Merrill. .
R. J. Peterman. M errill..
Wm. Rehfe’ d, Merrill . . . .
F. J. Smith. Merrill...........
A. T. Curtis, Merrill.........
A. F. Lueck, Merrill.........
R. C. Ballstadt. Merrill..
Gust. Bratz. Merrill...........
E. N. Gould, Merrill.........
E. A. Maas, Merrill...........
J. W. Scott. Merrill...........
Wm. F. Peterman. Merr ll
E. A. Rademacher, Mil­
waukee ...............................
David M. Phinney, San
Antonio. Texas ................
B. F. Hammond, Arbor
V'tae .................................
Carl Millaeger. Merrill _ . . .
Julius Thielman. M errill.,
F. J. and A. H. Smith,
Merrill ...............................
FotaJ

600
600
100
100
1.000
2,600
500
1.000
5,000

oo
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

200 00

300 0()
200 00
100 00

1.100 00
200 00
500 00
800 00
1 . 2 0 0 00

2.500 00
300 00
$30,000 00

Reports of State Bwnks.

323

MerriUan— American Exchange Bank.

E. G. BOYNTON, President.
JOSEPH CANNON, Vice President.

J. L. WRIGHT, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
O. Holway,
Jonas Johnson,
Jos. Cannon,

E. G. Boynton,
j . L. Wright.

Statem ent, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

Eoans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ............................
Furniture and fixtu res....
Other real estate owned. .
Hue from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Expense account ................
Total ........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$30,737
1.140
234
1,987

12
20
09
50

Capital stockpaid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Lndivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
579 99 Individual
deposits, sub­
360 8r>
ject to check ..................
200 00 Time certificates of de­
1,013 20
posit ...................................
Bills payable
....................
1,760 00
45 40
8 37

$38,066 72

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

$5,000 00
3,000 00
91 27
12,629 51
14,345 9^
3,000 00

$38,066 72

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
0. Holway, La Crosse. . . .
A. S. Trow estate, Merrill a n ........... •...........................
J. L. Wright, Merrillan..
O. A. Rusco, M errillan...
W. R. Hathaway, Chetek. .
R. II. Hamilton, Merrillan


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$300 00
1.000
300
200
200
100

•Tonns Johnson, Merrillan.
Mary Bowler, La Crosse. . .
00 E. G. Boynton, La Crosse.
00 Joseph Cannon. Merrillan.
00 Chas. Cornelius, Neillsville
00
00
Total

200 00
200 00
200 00

100 09

200 00
$5,000 00

324

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Merrimack— The State Bank of Merrimack.

M. J. KINDSCHI. President.
GEO. A. GROSS, Vice President.

E. J. VON BERG, Cashier.

DIRECTORS
M. ,T. Kindschi,
E. ,T. VonBerg,
T. M. Mould,
Geo. A. Gross,

John Herr,
James S'. Towers,
W. H. McLeish.

Statem ent, Novem ber 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house . . . : .........
Furniture and fixtures . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks . . .
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents................
Total ........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$47,367 57
2,311 03
5,940 00
2,50 0 00
1 ,00 0 00
2 ,53 0
1,415
435
880

33
73
00
00

Capital stockpaid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ........................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ..................................

$10,000 00
1,000 00

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

$05,012 71

507 36
18,548 45
34,956 90

526 00
107 05
$65,012 7i

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Frank M. Prucia, Necedah
M. J. Kindschi, Merrimack.
John D. Harvey, Merrimack
Maggie B. Harvey, Merrimack .................................
D. .T. Farnum, Merrimack
.Tobn Herr, Merrimack.........
Frank Herr, Merrimack. . .
•Tames Towers Merrimack.
H. K. Pigg. Merrimack. . .
Eli Schneider. Merrimack
Wm. Dobratz, Merrimack..
Geo. A. Gross, Merrimack
W. H. McLeish, Merrimack .................................
A . A . Hein. M errimack...
W. H. Leiser. Merrimack.
Edw. Gattwinkel, Merrimack .................................


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$100 00 T. M. Mould, Baraboo.........
500 00 Thos. F. Lockhart, Merri500 00
mack .................................
E.
.T. VonBerg,
Merri100 00
mack
00
200
Minnie L. VonBerg, Merri1.100 00
mack ...................................
500 00 TV. A. VonBerg. Mosinee. .
500 00 Geo. Loose. Merrimack . .
100 00 John D. Steuber, Mosinee.
300 00 Mrs. Francis Gross, Merri200 00
mack .................................
500 00 Olga A. Mould. Baraboo. . .
D. O. Todd, Merrimack. .
800 00 Waldo E. Gross, Merri100 00
mack ..................................
200 00 R. E. Gamer, Pardeeville.
200 00

Total

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

400 00
300 00
1,000 00
1.000
100
300
100

00
00
00
00

100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
500 00
$10,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

325

Middleton— Bank of Middleton.
*
W. H. PIERSTORFF, Cashier.
F. L. PIERSTORFF, Asst. Cashier.

W. 1<\ PIERSTORFF, President.
LOUIS WATZKE, Vice President.

DIRECTORS.
W. F.
Louis
Louis
James

Pierstorff,
Russ,
Watzke,
Froggatt,

Melchoir Kalscheur,
W. H. Pierstorff,
Chas. F. Allen,
Wm. Durkopp.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts......... $247,705 55 Capital stock paid in.........
Overdrafts ............................
2 ,65 6 90 Surplus fund ......................
U. S., state, municipal and
Undivided profits, less cur­
other bonds ....................
2 ,00 0 00
rent expenses and taxes
Furniture and fix tu re s....
3 ,00 0 00
paid ....................................
Due from approved reserve
Individual
deposits, sub­
tanks .................................
66,786 8ft
ject to check ..................
Gold coin .............................
180 00 Demand certificates of de­
Silver coin ...........................
532 75
posit .................................
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
8,541 00
Nickels and cents .............
9 83
Total ......................... $331,412 89

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

$25,000 00
2 ,50 0 0b
1,12 0 86
33,418 76
269,373 27

$331,412 89

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
W. F. Pierstorff, Middleton .....................................
Wm. Durkopp, Middleton.
Mrs.
Eliz.
Burmeister,
Middleton .........................
Aug. Brunkow, Middleton.
John G. Mueller estate,
Middleton .........................
Louis Watzke, Middleton.
Louis Russ, Middleton. . .
T. .T. Whalen. Milwaukee. .
C. H. Neal, M idd leton ....
F. A. Neal, Middleton. . . .
W. H. Pierstorff, Middleton ......................................
August Watzke, Madison.
Henry Haberland, Middleton ......................................
W. G. Froggatt, Middleton
James Frogatt, Middleton.
Geo. B. Pierstorff, Middleton ...............................
P. .T. Schneider, Springfield ....................................
Christ Schneider, Springfield ....................................


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Geo. W. Acker, Springfield
$2,000 00 Jos. Fischenick, Madison. .
2,000 00 John Froggatt, Middleton
Chas. F. Allen, Middleton
100 00 J. H. Albrecht, Madison. .
Fassbender,
Jr.,
1,000 00 John
Springfield ........................
1,000 00 Henry Kalscheuer, Springfield ....................................
1,500 00
2,000 00 Frank Durkopp, Middleton
500 00 John Hopkins, Middleton..
200 00 George Kroncke, Madison.
200 00 John Esser, M iddleton...
Henry Reiels, Middleton.
1,000 00 August Lamboley, Middleton .....................................
1,000 00
H. .T. Niebuhr, Middleton
200 00 Melchior Kalscheur, Springfield ....................................
1,500 00
1,500 00 Emma Du Frenne, Middleton ......................................
300 00 F. L. Pierstorff, Middleton
A. E. Runge, Madison.........
500 00 Minnie Watzke, Madison..
200 00

Total

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

400
400
1,500
500
200

00
00
00
00
00

500 00
600
200
100
200
100
200

00
00
00
00
00
00

100 00
400 00
500 00
100 00
300 00
1,000 00
1 ,00 0 00
$25,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

326

Milltown— The Milltown State Bank.
*
CHARLES H. OAKEY. President.
PETER CHRISTIANSEN, Vice Fresident.

SIMON K. TWETTEN, Cashier.
SAMUEL F. OAKEY, Asst. Cashier,

DIRECTORS.
Peter Christensen,
Charles H. Oakey,
.T. M. Michaelson,

Simon K. Twetten,
Peter Jepsen.

Statement, November JO, 1910.

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ............................
Banking house
................
Furniture andfixtu res...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
IT. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents................
Total ........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$81,046
82
.3,000
2,57 2

10
37
00
69

6,231 86
79 34
1,65 5 00
584 35
3,901 00
36 10
$99,188 81

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit . . . ...........................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Total ........................

$12,000 00
100 00
836 58
18,595 47
1,787 30
34,308 38
31,561 08
$99,188 8t

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Lewis L. Sund estate, Milltown ...................................
•T. M. Michaelson, Milltown
Peter Christensen,
Milltown ..................................
Peter Jepsen, M illtow n ...
S. C. Pomeroy, Cushing. . . .
Hemming Olsen, Milltown
II. A. Thompson, Milltown
J. L. Sund, M illto w n ....
.T. Laursen Milltown.........
Levi Lumsden, Cushing. . . .
G. T. Johnson, Centuria, R.
F. D ......................................
C. B. Dueholm, Bone Lake
Christine Sunu, Milltown.
Simon K. Twetten, Milltown ..................................
Chas. H. Oakey, Osceola..
J. H. Hermansen, Milltown


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Mads Bank. Milltown. . . .
$1,000 00 Christian Tretsven, Mill100 00
town ...................................
Geo. E. Peterson, Centuria,
200 00
R. F. D ...............................
600 00 Ole Everson, Milltown. . .
100 00 Chas. Twetten, Milltown. . .
300 00 Pat Murphy, M illtow n....
100 00 John N. Rahr, M illtown..
900 00 John Hansen, M illtow n ...
200 00 Elmer
Mathew
Hansen,
100 00
Milltown .................... . . .
Nels J. Larsen, Milltown.
100 00 George A. Nelson, Mill100 00
town ...................................
100 00 Ain Smith,Milltown............
Sam Lumsden,Cushing. . . .
3,100 00
3,000 00
Total .........................
100 00

100 00
100 00
600
100
100
100
100
100

00
00
00
00
00
00

100 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
$12,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

327

Milton— Bank of Milton.

I\ M. GREEN, President.
E. D. BLISS, Vice President.

B. II. WELLS, Cashier.
•T. II. COON, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
■T. G. Carr,
T. A. Saunders,
P. M. Green,

B. H. Wells,
E. D. Bliss,
J. II. Coon.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts. . . . $195,643
19
Overdrafts ...........................
1,866 72
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
9,375 00
Banking house ....................
3,000 00
Furniture and fixtu res...
1,775 00
Other real estate owned..
504 16
Due from approved reserve
51,571 04
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
450 80
Gold coin .............................
1,035 00
Silver coin ...........................
336 30
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
4,851 00
Nickels and cents .............
25 93
$270,433 14

Total

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................

$15,000 00
15,000 00
5,541 15
8 7,8 3 0 58
147,061 41

$270,438 14

Total

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
E. D. Bliss, M ilton ..........
E. B. Saunders, Ashaway,
R. 1....................................
P. M. Green. Milton...........
T. A. Saunders, M ilto n ...
A. M. Peterson, Edelstein,
111..................................’____
,T. G. Carr, Milton.............


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$350 00
1,950 00
8,000 00
1,250 00
300 00
150 00

.T. H. Coon,Milton................
N. G. Ingham, Ft. Wayne,
Ind........................................
F. V. Saunders, Ashaway,
R. 1 ......................................
B. II. Wells, Milton............
Total

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

350 00
150 00
500 on
2,000 00
$15,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

328

Milton Junction— The State Bank of Milton Junction.

CHARLES C. CLARKE, President.
JOHN H. OWEN, Vice President.

WILL H. OATES, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Charles C. Clarke,
J. Milton Clarke,
John H. Owen,

John A. Paul,
Will H. Gates.

¡statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts......... $139,053 65
Overdrafts ...........................
211 42
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
3,000 00
Banking house ....................
1,000 00
Furniture and fixtu res...
1,000 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
41,512 63
Due from other banks . . .
1,038 00
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
622 13
Gold coin .............................
1,715 00
Silver coin ...........................
408 65
U. S', and national cur­
rency .................................
5,815 00
Nickels and cents .............
70 04
Total

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

$195,446 52

Capital stockpaid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................

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

$15,000 00
3,000 00
991 42
64,737 21
111,717 89

$195,446 52

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Charles C. Clarke, Walworth .................................
William H. Gates, Milton
Junction ...........................
John A. Paul, Milton Junc­
tion ...................................
J. Milton Clarke, Milton.
Catherine O. Button, Milton Junction.................


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William H. Morgan estate,
Milton Junction .............
John
H. Owen, Milton
9,450 00
Junction ...........................
Stewart C. Chambers, Mil75 Oo
ton Junction....................
375 00 P. IT. Kiser, Whitewater.
$750 00

750 00

Total

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

1,650 00
375 00
375 on
1,20 0 00
$15,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

329

Milwaukee— Badger State Bank.

GUSTAV REINKE, President.
C. L. ROLOFF, Vice President.

F. E. WALLBER, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Gustav Reinke,
Wm. A. Tharinger,
August Nuedling,
Emil Wallber,
Carl F. Busacker,
Chas. Klabunde,

H. Schumacher,
Herman Krienitz,
Richard Hoeppner,
C. L. Roloff,
Wm. Klann, Sr.,
F. C. Schultz.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $380,458 26
Overdrafts ............................
24 46
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds
................
171,672 97
Furniture andfixtu res...
3 ,41 7
36
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
70,323 00
Checks on other banks and
445 Ob'
cash items ......................
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
16,239 45
597 5u
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
3,500 00
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
10,668 00
Nickels and cents .............
399 04

Capital stock paid i n . . . . $100,000 00
Surplus fund ......................
10,000 Ou
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
13,529 89
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
187,313 28
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
19,177 17
Savings deposits ................ 322,598 0a
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
5,12 6 60

Total ......................... $657,745 0a

Total ......................... $657,745 04

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Gustav Reinke, Milwaukee
Wm. A. Tharinger, Mil­
waukee .............................
F. E. Wallber, Milwaukee. .
II. C. F. Schumacher, Mil­
waukee ...............................
Herman Krienitz, Milwau­
kee ......................................
.Tos. Krauss. M ilwaukee...
Chas. Klabunde. Milwaukee
Robt. F. Kurz, Milwaukee. .
Rosenberg Mercantile C'o.,
Milwaukee .........................
Emil Wallber, Milwaukee. .
Chas. IT. Tharinger, Mil­
waukee ...............................
Aug. F. Nuedling, Milwau­
kee ......................................
Chas. Erath, Milwaukee. .
Wm. Klann, Sr., Milwaukee


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Carl F. Busacher, Milwau­
kee .......................................
1,500
3.000 00 O. T. Beeck, Milwaukee. . . .
100
1,500 00 Henry Frey, Milwaukee. .
200
William H. Matthes, Mil­
4.000 00
waukee .............................
300
F. C. Schultz, Milwaukee.
9,00 0
500 00 Richard
Hoeppner,
Mil­
500 00
waukee ...............................
500
1.000 00 C. L. Roloff, Milwaukee.. . .
300
500 00 Aug. Busacker, Milwaukee.
1,000
Helen LTadler. Milwaukee.
500
500 00 A. L. Wirth, M ilwaukee...
1.500
1,000 00 .T. W. Damp. Milwaukee...
1,000
.Tubus Kroscher, Milwaukee
500
300 00 Mrs. Anna M. De Houd,
500
Milwaukee ......................
500 00
200 00
Total ........................... $100,000
5,000 00

$64,600 00

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

330

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Milwaukee— German-American Bank.

J. B. WHITNALL, President.
W. D. GRAY, Vice President.

CHAS.
EDW.
L. E.
R. L.

F. P. PULLEN, Cashier.
A. FARMER, Asst. Cashier.
KILIAN, Asst. Cashier.
STONE, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
W. D. Gray,
Chas. F. P. Pullen,
II. J. Millman,
Bdw. A. Farmer,
Wm. G'eo. Bruce,
J. B. Whitnall,

C. J. Stumpf,
Edgar L. Wood,
F. A. Lange,
R. J. Schwab,
M. S. Sheridan.
Fred W. Niles,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts... $ 2 ,0 6 8,7 2 7
Overdrafts ............................
16,649
U. S.,.state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
209,991
Stocks and other securi­
ties ....................................
3S,597
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
24,495
Other real estate owned..
9 ,51 8
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................. 106,754
Due from other b a n k s ....
45,376
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
34,850
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
95,672
Gold coin .............................
15,547
Silver coin ...........................
21,915
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
103,938
Nickels and cents................
180

09
38

Capital stock paid i n . . . . $250,000
50,000
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
85
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
26,324
40 Due to banks— Deposits..
6,40 7
30 Dividends unpaid .............
57
24 Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................1 ,0 9 4 ,16 4
22 Demand certificates of de­
posit ..................................
11,146
01
Time certificates of de­
posit ................................... 317,584
86
Savings deposits ............... 821,634
25 Certified checks .................
6,365
50 Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
8,529
44
Bills payable ......................
200,000
00
00

Total ...................... $ 2 ,7 9 2,2 1 3 54

00
00
03
52
00
64
30
78
20
24
83
00

Total ...................... $ 2 ,7 9 2,2 1 3 54

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Edwin
Reynolds
estate,
Milwaukee ......................
W. D. Gray, Milwauuee. .
Chas. F. I*. Pullen, Milwaukee ...............................
F. F. Riedel estate, Milwaukee .............................
Amann & McCabe, Milwaukee ......................................
B. F. Cilechowski, Milwauk e e .......................................


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W. P. Cilechowski, Mil$93,000 00
waukee ...............................
10,000 00 Fred Herrenbruck, Milwaukee ......................................
10,000 00 P. .T. Klein, Milwaukee. . .
Edgar L. Wood, Milwaukee
4,600 00 John H. Schlosser, Milwaukee .............................
2,500 00 Eliza Dahlman, Milwaukee
Nellie M. Reynolds, Mil800 00
waukee .............................

800 00
1,000 00
2,000 Ol,
1,500 00
2.50 0 00
2,500 00
1,000 00

Reports of State Banlis.

331

NAMES OBI STOCKHOLDERS—Continued.
Edgar Robertson, Milwau­
kee ........................................
J. M. Goetzinger, Milwau­
kee ......................................
Helen Maude Gray, Mil­
waukee ...............................
Catharine E. Gray, Mil­
waukee ...............................
Marjorie M. Gray, Milwau­
kee .....................................
Eliz. A. Robertson, Mil­
waukee .............................
H. F. Millman, Milwaukee
W. D. Johnson, Milwaukee
Henry Nunnemacher, Mil­
waukee ...............................
Leopold Fueger, Milwaukee
Sebastian Walter, Milwau­
kee .....................................
Joseph Lauer, Milwaukee.
Edwin A. Luedke, Milwau­
kee ............................. ..
J. W. S. Tomkiewicz, Mil­
waukee ...............................
M. S. Sheridan, Milwaukee
Geo. J. Meyer, Milwaukee
Jacob Bach, Milwaukee. . .
Chas. Reichenbaum, Mil­
waukee ...............................
J. F. Szukalski, Milwaukee
Adam Meisenheimer, Mil­
waukee ...............................
A. V. Czechorski, Milwau­
kee ......................................
Thos. Kuczynski, Milwau­
kee ......................................
R. J. Preuss, Milwaukee.
Jos. Obenberger & Son Co.,
Milwaukee .........................
A. Pawling, Milwaukee...
D. Reik, Milwaukee .........
Aug. C. Beck, Milwaukee.
H. J. Millman, Milwaukee
Mrs. L. T. Pullen, Des
Moines, Iowa ..................
John Daniell estate, Opechee. Mich..........................
W.
E.
Dodds,
Bristol,
Penn..............................
P. V. Deuster est., Mil­
waukee .............................
Elizabeth
k'GG?

Millar,

Milwau-

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

Wm, G. Bruce, Milwaukee
Chas. J. Stumpf, MilwauEdw. A. Farmer, Milwau­
kee ......................................
B W. Fueger, Milwaukee
Carl ,T. Langhoff, Milwau­
kee ......................................


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J. B. Whitnall, Milwaukee
500 00 R. J. Schwab, Milwaukee
E. W. Kellogg, Milwaukee
3.700 00 Fred. W. Niles, Milwaukee
F. A. Lange, Milwaukee.
2,000 00 W. M. Graham, Milwauke
Jos. Davidson, Milwaukee
3 .50 0 00 John J. McGrath, Milwau
kee ....................................
2,000 00 F. G. Moritz, Milwaukee.
C. D. Raney, Milwaukee.
500 00 Jos. Dudenhoefer, Milwau
2.500 00
kee ...............................
1,200 00 F. L. Weyenberg, Milwaukee
H. N. Bills, Milwaukee...
1,800 00 Chas. Evers, Milwaukee. .
3.700 00 Gerlinger Steel Casting Co
Milwaukee ......................
1,200 00 J. J. Leach, Milwaukee. . .
W.
S. Hayhoe, Milwaukee.
300 00
Fred Braun, Milwaukee..
Fred
M. Hanson, Milwaukee
1,000 00
H. Harnishfeger, Milwau
kee .........................
500 00
2,000 00 Adolph Baebenroth, Milwau
k e e .................................
1,000 00
200 0U A. G. Hendricks, Milwaukee
Jos. E. Pollworth, Milwau­
kee ....................................
1,000 00
500 00 Archie Tegtmeyer, Milwau

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

300 00
1,000 00
200 00
500 00
2,000
2,000
1,000
1,000
2.500

00
00
00
00
00

Bernhard Lamers, Milwau
k e e .....................................
Jos. Lewis, Milwaukee...
Thos. Szukalski, Milwaukee
J. M. Daggett. Milwaukee
Jno. A. Benning, Milwau
k e e ............................ .. • ■•
Ino. G. Maier, Milwaukee.
Emil Deuster, Milwaukee.
Cream City Can Co., Mil
waukee .............................
jos. C. Millmann, Milwau

Lawrence McGreal, Mil
waukee ......... ,.........
Neal Wells Kellogg, Mil
waukee ........... • ■••• •■•
5 .00 0 00 Zyg. Czerwinski, Milwau
kee .................... ••••••
1,200 00 M. Mikkelson, Milwaukee

5,20 0 00
2 ,00 0 00
1.500 00

1,000 00

1.50 0 00

1,100 00
1,000 00
500 00
1,000 00
200 00
500 00

1,000 00
200 00
200 00
3.000 00
1.500 00
500 00

1.000 00
1,000 00

1,000 00
2,000 00
1,000 00
10,000 00
500 00
500
500
1,000
200

00
00
00
00

500 00
300 00
500 00
200 00

1,000 00

7.000 0u

2 ,0 0 0 00

3.700 00

500 00

\ug.

Paulson. Milwaukee
J. Graff, Milwaukee. .

700 00
1,200 00
1,500 00
2,000 00
400 00
100 00

R
T E. Sharp. Milwaukee,
s’. J.' Sawicki. Milwaukee
Kearney & Trecker Co
Milwaukee ....................
H. F. Zarse, Milwaukee.
Kurth Bros. Co., Milwau
kee .............................
Total

500
300
500
2.500
I ,000

00
00
00
00
Ou

1,000 00

1.500 00
1.00 0 00
1,50 0 0u
$250,000 00

332

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking.

Milwaukee— Marshall & Ilsley Bank.

JAS. K. ILSLEY, President. •
JOHN CAMPBELL, Vice President.

J. H. PUELICHER, Cashier.
H. J. PAINE, Asst. Cashier.
F. A. KIRCHOFF, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Gustav Reuss,
Jas. K. Ilsley,
John Campbell,
G'. A. Reuss,
J. H. Puelicher,

Sami.
C. C.
Roht.
J. H.

H. Marshall,
Yawkey,
N. McMynn,
Tweedy, Jr.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts. . . .$ 4 ,7 1 3 ,4 9 4
Overdrafts ...........................
8 ,56 2
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds .....................2 ,2 8 2 ,3 3 5
Stocks and other securi­
ties .....................................
6 ,00 0
Banking house ...................
22,000
Other real estate owned..
9,801
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................1 ,4 5 1 ,6 9 2
Due from other b a n k s ....
69,321
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
62,790
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
147,558
Gold coin .............................
313,952
Silver coin ...........................
10,926
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
224,543
1,781
Nickels and cents .............

2b

42
69
00
00
78
67
40
33
44
50
30
00
71

Total ....................... $ 9 ,3 2 4,7 6 0 47

Capital stock paid i n. . . . $500,000
Surplus fund ......................
400,000
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ................................... 136,287
Due to banks— Deposits. . 894,461
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ...................2 ,2 1 3 ,1 3 3
Demand certificates of de­
posit ................................... 955,689
Savings deposits .................4 ,0 6 6 ,1 6 4
11,925
Certified checks ..................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
63,544
Reserve for unearned in­
terest .................................
20,000
Reserve for accrued inter­
est .......................................... 47,308
Reserve for taxes .............
16,245

00
00
40
93
33
01
24
76
65
00
85
30

Total ....................... $ 9 ,3 2 4,7 6 0 47

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Walter Alexander, Wausau
Andrew Bachhuber, Mayville ....................................
Jean S. Ballister, Neenah
George Beyer, Oconto . . .
Mrs. N. H. Brokaw, Appleton ......................................
Harry J. Brown, Marinette
John Campbell, Milwaukee
Jonas Cohen, Milwaukee..
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$5,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
2.500 00

1,000 00
5,00 0
23,0 0 0
2.500
2.500

00
00
00
00

Edward Bradley, Milwau­
kee ......................................
Jas. W. Bradley, Milwau­
kee ....................................
Barbara J.
McNaughton
Rosebush, Appleton . . . .
Herman S. Miller, Milwau­
kee ......................................
Chas. Milzer, Milwaukee.
Thos. P. Dever, Milwaukee
B. A. Dow, Plymouth. . . .

10,000 00
10,000 00
2.500 00
500
1 .00 0
2.500
500

00
Oft
00
00

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NAMES OBI STOCKHOLDERS—Continued.
Albertina Ebert, Milwaukee
Robt. B. Eb'ert estate, Mil­
waukee ......... ....................
Edmund A. Edmonds, Ap­
pleton .................................
Harry L. Eisen, Milwau­
kee ......................................
Fidelity Trust Co., Trustee
for Cbas. I. Marshall,
Milwaukee ......................
Morris Friedlander, Mil­
waukee .............................
Albert F. Gallun, Milwau­
kee ......................................
Arthur H. Gallun, Milwau­
kee ............................... ..
Robert C. Graves, Milwau­
kee ......................................
Sheldon H. Graves, Wash­
ington, D. C.....................
Howard Greene, Milwaukee
Lucien S. Hanks, Madison
W. H. Hatton, New Lon­
don ......................................
Benj. Heinemann, Wausau
Annie S. Ilsley, Milwaukee
James K. Ilsley, Milwau­
kee ......................................
James K. Ilsley, trustee,
Milwaukee . . ....................
Samuel M. Ilsley, Milwau­
kee .......................................
Spencer Ilisley, Tomahawk
. Wm. T. Jacobi, Milwaukee.
Michael G. Jordan, Mil­
waukee .............................
C. I. Kindschi, Prairie du
Sac ......................................
Eugene O. Kney, Madison
John J. Komorowski, Mil­
waukee .............................
Solomon Levy, Milwaukee
Eliz. G. Marshall, Milwau­
kee ......................................
Sami. H. Marshall, Char­
lottesville, Va. . ..............
Wm. S. Marshall, Madison
Robt. N. McMynn, Mil­
waukee - .............................
Alex. McNaughton, Kaukauna ...............................
Jacob Strass, Milwaukee..
A. J. Rich, Wauwatosa..
W. H. Bissell, Arbor Vitae
Jacob
Mortenson,
Oak
Park, 111..............................
Katharine E. Mueller, Mil­
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2 ,00 0 00 Chas. Nevitt, Oshkosh . .
2,000 00
Asher B. Nichols, Milwaukee ......................................
500 00
Fannie Wells Norris, Milwaukee .............................
1,000 On
1,500 00
Chas. W. Ott, Milwaukee
2,500 00
1,500 00 Emil H. Ott, Milwaukee. .
2,500 00
David G. Owen, Milwaukee
5,000 00
Geo. M. Paine, Oshkosh. .
10,000 00
20,000 00 H. J. Paine, Milwaukee..
7 ,20 0 00
J. Howard Palmer, Madison ......................................
1,000 00
2,500 00
Miss Sarah B. Patten, Milwaukee .............................
2,500 00
500 00
Clarence S. Pierce, Milwaukee .............................
2,500 00
1,500 00
John H. Puelicher, Milwaukee .............................
4,500 00
17,500 00
Wm. G. Rauschenberger,
Milwaukee ......................
500 00
2,500 00
2,500 00 Gustav Reuss, Milwaukee
47,000 00
2,500 00 G. A. Reuss, Milwaukee. .
15,000 00
John D. Ross, Chicago, 111.
5,000 00
5,000 00 Geo. J. Schuster, Milwaukee
......................................
2,500 00
2,500 00
16,500 00 Chas. T. Shape, Milwaukee ......................................
400 00
73,600 00 James Slidell, Milwaukee
200 00
Chas. R. Smith, Menasha • 1,000 00
7,500 00 Clement B. Stern, M.lwaukee ......................................
1,500 00
2,500 00 Walter Stern, Milwaukee. .
1,500 00
20,000 00 Alex. Stewart, Wausau. .
5,000 00
3,000 00 Wenzel Strachota, Milwaukee ......................................
800 00
500 00 Henry M. Thompson, Milwaukee .............................
2,500 00
500 00 F. A. Towsley, Kaukauna
500 00
500 00 J. S. Tripp, Prairie du Sac
1,000 00
John H. Tweedy, Jr., Mil500 00
waukee .............................
2,500 00
1,500 00 Ellen I. Wetmore, Milwaukee ......................................
10,000 00
20,000 00 Martin E. Wilde, Milwaukee ......................................
500 00
20,000 00 John H. Wittenberg, Cedar20,000 00
burg ....................................
2.500 on
C. C. Yawkey, Wausau . .
7,500 00
1,000 00 F. A. Kirchhoff, Milwaukee
300 00
A. F. Bowers, Milwaukee. .
200 00
1,000 00 Anna L. Bowers, Milwaukee
300 00
2,000 00 Mrs. Clara M. Fry, Milwau1,000 00
k e e .......................................
1,000 00
2 ,50 0 00 A. W. Wilcox. H o ric o n ....
2,500 00
Laura W. Froedert, Mil2 ,50 0 00
waukee .............................
5 ,00 0 00
12,500 00

500 00

Total

......................... $500,000 00

334

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Milwaukee— Merchants & Manufacturers Bank of
Milwaukee.

L. M. ALEXANDER, President,
W. S. PADDOCK, Vice President.

M. A. GRAETTINGBR, Cashier.
13. C. KNOERNSCHILD, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
L. M. Alexander,
J. F. Conant,
W. S'. Paddock,
H. P. Andrae,
Fred Doepke,

II. W. Schwab,
Nathaniel Greene,
M. A. Graettinger,
Judson G. Rosebush,
F. J. Wood.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts. ...$ 1 ,1 8 8 ,6 6 8
Overdrafts ............................
60
IJ. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
34,282
Furniture and fixtu res...
3 ,4 3 0
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................. 205,736
Due from other b a n k s ....
61,1 7 0
Checks on other banks and
4 ,50 8
cash items ........................
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
50,900
Gold coin .............................
3,03 7
Silver coin ...........................
5,43 4
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
70,476
Nickels and cents................
5,39 2

08
20
50
00
95
74
48
88
50
00
00
63

Total ...................... $ 1 ,6 3 3,0 9 7 96

Capital stock paid in ......... $250,000 00
Surplus fund ......................
32,500 00
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
7,539 52
Due to banks— Deposits.. 203,320 16
Dividends unpaid ........... .
75 00
Individual
deposits, sub­
692,031 17
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
21,075 00
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
109,484 48
Savings deposits ................
223,891 07
Certified checks ..................
5,219 95
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ..........................
17,361 61
Notes and bills re-discounfed ............................
70,600 00
Total ...................... $ 1 ,6 3 3,0 9 7 96

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
L. M. Alexander, Milwau­
kee ......................................
Herman Andrae, Milwau­
kee ......................................
H. P. Andrae, Milwaukee
O. F, Bird estate. West
Allis ...................................
Fred Doepke, Milwaukee.
Frances J. Edwards, Mil­
waukee .............................
E. T. Fairchild, Milwau­
kee ......................................


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Nathanael Greene, trustee,
Milwaukee ........................
E. C. Knoemschild, trustee,
Milwaukee
.........................
2,000 00
4.50 0 00 E. C. Knoemschild, Mil­
waukee .........................* •
1 ,00 0 00 A. Lorenze, Milwaukee..
12,500 00 J. C. Bradley, Milwaukee
C. R. Carpenter, Racine. .
5,00 0 00 J. F. Conant, Milwaukee.
T. E. Connell, Chilton.. .
3.50 0 00 W. D. Connor, Marshfield

$32,800 00

2.500 00
1.500 00
4,300
1 .50 0
2 ,0 0 0
1,000
12,500

00
00
00
00
00

1,000 00
3,000 00

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NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS—Continued.
John Gettings, Monroe . .
Thos. v H. Gill, Milwaukee
M. A. Graettinger, Mil­
waukee .............................
Nath. Greene, Milwaukee
R. H. Hackett, Oshkosh...
J. M. Harrigan, Detroit,
Mich......................................
C. C. Henry, West Bend..
Ii. E1. Henry, Kewaskum.
Henry Hilleman, Sheboy­
gan ......................................
T. P. Hyde, Milwaukee. .
R. B. Johnson, Stevens
Point .................................
Lucy S. Kingsley,' Minne­
apolis, Minn......................
Ed. T. Kundert, Monroe. .
A. J. Marble, Omro . . . .
John McNaughton ’estate,
Appleton 1.........................
Leo. F. Nohl, Milwaukee. .
Max W. Nohl, Milwaukee
W. S. Paddock, Milwau­
kee ......................................
E.
J.' Pfiffner,
Stevens
Point .................................
John E. Reilly, Milwaukee
Henrietta
Andrea,
Mil­
waukee ............ ...............
II.
I’. Andrea,
trustee,
Milwaukee ........................
C. E. Blodgett, Marshfield
S. A. Cook, Neenak . . . .
W. D. Corrigan, Milwau­
kee ....................................
Mrs. Jacob Rhyner, Mil­
waukee . . . .......................
F. .T. Itoemer. Milwaukee
Chns. E. Sammond, Mil­
waukee .............................


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1,500 00 F. M. Schuler, West Bend
500
5,000 00 H. W. Schwab, Milwaukee
3,600
G. A. Seefeld, Milwaukee
10,000
5,000 00 Richard Seidel, Milwaukee
2,500
400 00 G. P. Steele, Port Edwards
1.000
3,400 00 Edw. P. Swift, Chicago, 111
5,000
H. L. Tibbits, Sycamore,
1,000 00
111................................
4,000
7,500 00 C. W. Twining, Monroe..
1,000
500 00 F. J. Wood, Grand Rap'ds
12,500
P. J. Weirich, Monroe. . .
800
2,000 00 Wm. Belitz, Cleveland. . . .
500
1,00 0 00 A. W. Wilcox, Horicon. .
1,500
Prank A. Schriner, Monroe
700
1,000 00 J. P. Andres, Norwalk..
1,000
Walter Schwab, Mdwaukee
400
2,200 00 K. W. Jacobs, Milwaukee.
1,000
1,500 00 W. E. Polley, New London
1,000
200 00 Chas. E. Shriner. Monroe
500
Clara M. Pry, Milwaukee
1,500
20,000 00 .1. A. Hutcheson, St. Louis,
500 00
1,000
Mo...............................
500 00 W. A. Stark, Milwaukee. . .
600
H. W. Schwab, trustee,
10,000 00
Milwaukee ......................
2 ,00 0
R.
H. Hackett,
pledges,
2,000 00
Oshkosh ...........................
1,600
500 00 Adler Realty Co., Mil­
waukee .............................
9 ,00 0
1,000 00 Walter S. Droppers, Mil­
waukee .............................
500
5,000 00 P. G. Ilenslcr, Milwau>^
4,000 00
kee .....................................
500
7,500 00 W.
E. Hudtloff, Wausau.
2,50 0
H. E. G. Kemp, Oshkosh.
1,000
II Pardoe, Wausau. .
2 ,5 0 0
1 ,00 0 00 P.
J.
G. Rosebush,
Apple500 00
ton ...................................
2,500
1,000 00
Total ......................... $250,000
1,000 00

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

336

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Milwaukee— Mitchell Street State Bank.
SYL. J. W ABISZEWSKI, Vice President.

J. F. EGERTON. Cashier
JACOB T. THOMAS, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Val. Zimmermann, Jr.,
Syl. J. Wabiszewski,
J. M. Schneider,
K. Wagner,
Paul Frahm,
Philip Saxe,

Jas. I. Fitzsimmons,
Chas. Miksch,
Stephen H. E'ller,
Joseph F. Esser,
J. F. Edgerton.

Statement., November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts......... $285,840
Overdrafts ..........................
9 ,86 7
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
95,200
Furniture and fix tu re s....
6,102
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
38,088
Checks on other banks and
cash items ...........................
400
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
33,906
Gold coin .............................
520
Silver coin ...........................
3,50 0
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
8,841
Nickels and cents ...........
506
Total ........................

53
08
00
35
15
17
93
00
00

Capital stock paid in____
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................
Certified checks ..................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

$50,000 00
5 ,0 0 0

00

9,52 7 91
227,816 42
61,216 83
128,269 85
538 75
402 94

00
49

$482,772 70

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

$482,772 70

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Otto H. Butter, Milwaukee
$100 00 A. Wm. Biebesheimer, MilM. J. Graettinger, Milwau­
waukee .............................
1,000 00
kee ......................................
1,000 00 J. F. Egerton, Milwaukee.
10,100 00
Louis Ripple, Milwaukee.
100 00 James F. O’Laughlin, Mil­
Val. Zimmermann, Jr., Mil­
waukee .............................
500 00
waukee .............................
8,700 00 Boleslaus E. Goral, Mil­
Francis Walecki. Milwaukee
200 00
waukee .............................
300 00
K. Wagner, Milwaukee. . .
1,000 00 A. J. Knapp, Milwaukee..
100 00
John M. Schneider, Mil­
Peter Zmyslony, Milwaukee
100 00
waukee .............................
1,500 00 Chas. Miksch, Milwaukee.
300 00
Henry J. Rademacker, Mil­
J. P. Pierron, St. Francis
500 00
waukee .............................
500 00 Alvin Martin, Mlwaukee. .
100 00
Paul Frahm, Milwaukee..
1,000 00 Ed. K. Pawlowski, Milwau­
A. P. Kunzelmann, Mil­
kee ......................................
100 00
waukee .............................
1,000 00 Lorenz Mauer, Milwaukee
500 00
Stephen H. Eller, Milwau­
Mrs. Susan J. Trunk, Mil­
kee ......................................
13,400 00
waukee .............................
500 00
J. T. Esser, Milwaukee..
1,000 00 Wm. &'. Pritzlaff, Milwau­
Phillip Saxe, Milwaukee..
1,000 00
kee ......................................
500 00
Syl. J. Wabiszewski, Mil­
Felix Lassa, Milwaukee...
100 00
waukee ...............................
1.500 00 F. S. Wasielewski. Milwau­
Jas. I. Fitzsimmons, Mil­
kee ........................................
100 00
waukee ..............................
1 ,60 0 00 E. H. Moody, Milwaukee.
200 00
Mrs. Franc's J. Zimmer­
Jacob T. Thomas, Mil­
mann. Milwaukee .........
100 00
waukee .....................
1 ,0 0 0 00
S. A. Rakowski, Milwaukee
300 00
Total .........................
$50,000 00


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337

Milwaukee— Second W ard Savings Bank.

AUG. U IHLEIN , President.

CHAS. C. SCHMIDT, Cashier.
H. G. B IE LF E L D , Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Aug. Uihlein,
Jos. E. Uihlein,
John Kremer,

Chas. C. Schmidt,
II. G. Bielfeld.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

Loans and d is c o u n t s ... $ 5 ,1 6 7 ,9 9 4
Overdrafts ....................
27 ,4 6 2
U. S., state, municipal
3 ,1 1 8 ,6 7 5
and other bon ds.........
Stocks and other securi­
ties ....................................
1 8 ,850
Banking house ................
21 0,00 0
Other real estate owned
84 ,260
Due from approved re­
serve banks ................
2 ,3 2 6 ,1 3 7
Due from banks...................
65,907
Checks on other banks
and cash item s...........
101,253
Exchanges fo r clearing
house ...............................
145,199
Gold coin .........................
134.345
Silver coin ...........................
27 ,823
U. S. and national cur­
rency .............................
321,684
Nickels and cen ts...........
5 ,4 0 5

L ia b ilitie s .

91
52

Capital stock paid in . . .
Surplus fund ..................
Undivided profits, less
00
current expenses and
taxes paid ..................
0u Due to banks— D eposits.
00 Individual deposits, sub­
00
ject to check................
Demand certificates o f
92
deposit .........................
80 Time certificates o f de­
posit .............................
72 Savings deposits ...........
Certified checks ..............
86 Cashier’s
checks
out­
O'l
standing .......................
90

,000 000 00
2 0 0,00 0 00
20 2,385 60
616 66
2 ,6 1 6 ,7 0 0 94
11 7,20 8 38
51 5,31 9 36
7 ,0 4 2 200 95
8 ,6 5 7 85
54 ,9 1 0 22

f'O
S3

T otal .................... $ 1 1 ,7 5 7 ,9 9 9 96

Total .................... $ 1 1 ,7 5 7 ,9 9 9 96

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Aug. Uihlein, M ilwaukee.
$668,000 00 Albert C. Blatz, M ilwau­
41,000 00
kee ...................................
Val. Blatz, M ilw a u k e e ...
41,000 00
Mrs. Alma Kletzsch, M il­
Jos. E. Uihlein, M ilwau­
waukee ...........................
41,000 00
kee .................................
1,0 00 00
Emil Blatz,Milwaukee. .
41,000 00
Chas. C. Schmidt, M ilwau­
kee ...................................
75,000 00 John Kremer, M ilwau­
kee
.................................
1 ,0 0 0 00
Henry G. Bielfeld, M ilwau­
Louisa
Kremer,
kee ...................................
50 ,0 0 0 00 Mrs.
Robert A. Uihlein, M il­
Milwaukee ........................
4 0 ,0 0 0 00
waukee ...........................
1 ,0 0 0 00
$ 1 , 000,000 00
Total


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338

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Milwaukee— W est Side Bank.
ADAM GETTELM AN, President.
GEORGE KOCIi, Vice President.

CHAS. J. KUHNMUENCH, Cashier.
H E R B E R T FEERICK, Asst. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
A. G'ettelman,
O. J. Fiebing,
Geo. Koch,
V ictor Schütz,
Chas. J. Kuhnmuench,

O.
V.
J.
W.

J. Schoenleber,
J. Schoenecker, Jr,
F. Schwalbach,
A. Zinn.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and d is c o u n t s ... $ 1 ,4 5 0 ,4 4 1
Overdrafts ......................
6 ,6 91
U. S., state, municipal
and other bon ds.............
108,597
Due from approved re­
serve banks ................
13 6,98 6
Checks on other banks
1 ,6 3 6
and cash items .........
Exchanges fo r clearing
house .............................
61 ,397
Gold coin . - ....................
56 ,135
Silver coin ......................
4 ,6 6 6
U. S', and national cur­
rency .............................
67 ,704
Nickels and c e n t s . . . . . .
1 .9 7 3
Total

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

92
14
18
13
10
11
00
65
00
16

$ 1 ,894 228 31

Capital stock paid i n ..
$100.000 00
Surplus fund ..................
5 0 ,000 00
Undivided
profits,
less
current expenses and
taxes paid ....................
1 8 ,740 24
Due to banks— D eposits.
137 24
Individual deposits, sub­
777,643 26
je ct to ch eck..................
Demand certificates of
deposit ...........................
9 ,5 2 5 00
Time certificates of de­
posit .............................
37 2,17 7 41
Savings deposits ...........
55 5,06 0 04
Certified checks ..............
5 ,4 0 5 17
Cashier's
checks
out­
standing ......................
5 ,5 39 95
Total

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

$1 ,894 228 31

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Adam Gettelman, M ilwau­
kee .......................................
Oscar J. Fiebing, M ilwau­
kee ......................................
Geo. Koch, M ilw au kee..
W alter A. Zinn, Milwaukee
Oliver Zinn, M ilw a u k e e ...
Carl A. Zinn, Milwaukee
V ictor Schlitz, Milwaukee
Fred W. Schroeder, M il­
waukee .............................
John F. Schwalbach, South
Germantown ....................
Chas. O. Manegold estate,
Milwaukee .........................
Chas. Manegold, Jr., M il­
waukee .............................
Robt. Nunnemacher, M il­
waukee .............................
Fred Usinger, Milwaukee


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$15,000 00
7,0 00
1 7 ,0 0 0
5 ,0 00
3,0 00
2 ,0 0 0
3 ,0 0 0

00
00
00
00
00
00

8,0 00 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
5,0 00 00
2,0 00 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00

Fred L. Schmitt, M ilwau­
kee ......................................
Otto J. Schoenleber, M il­
waukee .............................
Vincent
J.
Schoenecker,
Jr., Milwaukee .............
Otto J. Herrmann, M ilwau­
kee ......................................
Jacob Winkler, Milwaukee
Alfred Ivrez, M ilw aukee..
Josephine and Louise Krez,
Milwaukee .........................
Chas. J. Kuhnmuench, M il­
waukee ...............................
Jacob H. Rosenberg, M il­
waukee .............................
Albert A. Zinn. Milwaukee
Herbert Feerick, M ilwau­
kee .................................
Total

4,0 00 00
2,0 00 00
2 ,0 00 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
3,0 00 00
1,000 00
3,0 00 00
2,0 00 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00

......................... $100,000 00

339

Reports of State Banks.

Mineral Point— Farmers and Citizens Bank.

P H IL IP H E W ITT , President.
W. J. PENIIALLEGON, Vice President.

JOHN B. P ITT Z, Cashier.
E. G. PENIIALLEGON, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
R. G. White,
W. J. Jenck,
W. D. Brown.

Philip Hewitt,
W. J. Penhallegon,
John B. Pittz,
Joseph Gräber,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.
Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ............................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
Gold c o in ................................
Silver coin ...........................
IJ. S. and national cur•roncy ............................... Nickels and ce n ts................

.
10ta

...........

$86,818 20
892 90
2 ,2 58 93
64,901 30
207 82
734 61
2,8 6 8 13
3 ,1 5 7 50
2,9 2 6 60

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, subje ct to c h e c k ....................
Demand certificates of deposit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Unearned interest................

$40,000 0O
224 21
71,533 28
62,314 07
3 ,9 3 0 07
120 00

13,245 00
160 70
$178,171 69

Total

......................... $178,171 69

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
Elmer Alton, L i n d e n . . . . .
$1 ,0 0 0 00
R.
J.
Benson,
Mineral
Point .................................
500 00
John F. Benson, Mineral
Point .................................
500 00
W. J. C. Bond,
Mineral
Point .................................
500 00
C. Brant, Mineral P oint. .
500 00
W. D. Brown,
Mineral
P oint ..........
500 00
Chas.
A.
Buckingham,
Mineral P oint ................
300 0l>
Fremont
Calvert,
Cala­
mine .'....................
2 ,0 0 0
00


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Geo. W. Clayton, Mineral
P oint ...............................
Wm.
Cocking,
Mineral
Point ...............................
Mrs. Daisy Curry, Great
Falls, M ont........................
Robert
Story
Crawford,
Great Falls, M on t.........
E, C. Fiedler, Great Falls,
M ont.....................................
E, J. Fltzsimons, Great
Falls, M ont........................
Carl Frontz, Great Falls,
Mont. ...............................

1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
,
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
200 00
500 00

340

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
Jacob Frontz, Great Falls
Mont. ...............................
A. B. Grimes, Chicago, 111.
Gräber & Thies,
Mineral
Point ..................................
Philip
Hewitt,
Mineral
P oint
B. A. Hoskins, Mineral
Point
Alebrt
Howard,
Mineral
Point
W.
J. J euck & Bros.,
Mineral Point .
J. C. Kachel, W hitew ater.
Frank Lawinger, Mineral
Point
II. D. Ludden, Mineral
Point
Geo. N.
Marr,
Mineral
Point
Joseph
Marr,
Mineral
Point
G.
E.
Martin,
Mineral
Point
Fred
Motley,
Mineral
Point .................................
W. J. Penhallegon, Miner­
al Point ......................
A lfred Penhallegon, Miner­
al Point ...........................


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500 00
500 00
1 .5 0 0 00

1,000 00
1,000 00

1,000 00
1,00 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 .5 0 0 00
1,000 00

E. G. Penhallegon, M iner­
al Point
......................
John B. Pittz, Mineral
P oint .................................
Mike Pittz, Mineral P oin t.
W. J.
Pittz,
Mineral
Point ..................................
Peter
Polzkill,
Mineral
Point .................................
N. J.
Rock,
Mineral
Point .................................
L. A. Ross,Mineral P oint
Mrs. Rosella Ross, Mineral
P oint ..................................
M att
Schmit,
Mineral
Point ................................
Joseph Schmitz, Mineral
Point ..................................
W. R.
Smith, Mineral
P oint .................................
G. A. Stevens,Cassville.
Alfred
W allace,
Mineral
Point ..................................
A. J. W allace, Mineral
Point ..................................
H. A. W allace, Mineiral
Point .................................
R.
G.
White, Mineral
Point ..................................
Total

1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
1 ,000 00

1 ,0 0 0 00
500 On
500 0b
500 00
500 00
500 0b
500 00
2 ,0 0 0 0u
500 00
500 00
500 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
40 ,0 0 0 00

Reports of Stute Bmks.

341

Mineral Point— The Iowa County Bank.

.TAMES W. HUTCHISON. President.
JO SI AH LANYON, Vice President.

E. Y. HUTCHISON, Cashier.
A. F. BISHOP, JR., Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
James
E. Y.
Josiah
E. C.

W. Hutchison,
Hutchison,
Lanyon,
Fiedler,

Louis Gräber,
B. F. Prideaux,
F. M. Bailey.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts......... $654,522 36
4 ,6 8 0 42
Oerdrafts .............................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
2 ,0 0 0 00
24 ,500 00
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
3 ,5 00 00
Due from approved reserve
173,694 5 4
banks ...............................
Checks on other banks and
41 25
cash items ......................
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house ................................
1,7 73 72
Gold coin .............................
18,860 00
Silver coin ........................
5,5 55 21
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
9 ,3 3 0 00
Total

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid .................................... . .
Individual deposits,
sub­
je c t to check ................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

$5 0,000 00
50 ,000 00
22 ,238 71
295,529 05
436,979 93
27 ,032 49
16 ,677 34

$898,457 50

,457 50

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
.Tames W. Hutchison &
E. Y. Hutchison, Miner­
al Point ...........................
Josiah
Lanyon,
Mineral
Point .................................
E.
C.
Fiedler.
Mineral
Point .................................
B. T. Prideaux. Mineral
P oint .................................
Louis
Graber,
Mineral
Point .................................
F.
M.
Bailey,
Mineral
Point .................................
Sam’l. Hocking, Mineral
Point .................................
A. F. Bishop, Sr., Mineral
Point .................................
Mrs. Mertie Meserole, M in­
eral Point ........................
Mrs. M aria Lanyon, Miner­
al Point ...........................
S. E. Shepard, Mineral
Point .................................
Ed. Gribble, Mineral Point


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$2 6,30 0 00
5 ,7 0 0 00
1,5 0 0 00
1 ,0 00 00
1,8 00 00
2 ,0 00 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1,0 0 0 00
500 00
500 00

P oint ................
Mrs. Mary White, Mineral
Point ................
Thoe.
Engles,
Mineral
Point ...............
Chas.
H. Cox,
Mineral
Point ................
R. D.
.Tames, Mineral

1 ,6 00 00
900 00
600 00
400 00
200 00

M att
Jackson,
Point ................
M. P. Hutchison,
Point ................
M. K. Hutchison,
I oint ................
Chas.
Ilarker,
Point ................
L. P.
O’Reilly,
Point ................
Samuel
Lanyon,
Point ................
Total

....

Mineral
200 00
Mineral
200 00
Mineral
200 O0
Mineral
200 00
Mineral
200 00
Mineral

1.0 00 00
$50,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

342

Minocqua— Bank of Minoicqua.

JOHN SCHILLING, President.

JOHN SCHILLING Cashier.
ELLA M. SCHILLING, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Ella M. Schilling,
Frank L. Schilling,

John Schilling.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts.........
Furniture and fixtures . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency ................................
Nickels and cen ts...............
Total

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

$8 ,046 00
1 ,1 5 0 00
22 ,6 7 3 32
10 00
1 ,7 3 9 00
5 ,6 7 0 00
5 21
$39,293 53

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund
...................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ..........................
Individual deposits, sub­
je ct to check ................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Total

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

$5 ,000 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
102 71
20,045 78
13 ,145 04
$39,293 53

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
George H. Schilling estate,
A bbotsford ......................
Frank L. Schilling, M inoc­
qua ......................................
John Schilling, M inocqua.


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$2 ,400 00
100 00
2 ,4 0 0 00

Ella M. Schilling, M inoc­
qua .....................................
Total

100 00
$5,000 00

343

Reports of Slate Banks.

Mishicot— The State Bank.

HERMAN STEHN, Cashier.

IR A BEYER, President.
AUG. ROIIDE, Vice President.

DIRECTORS.
Fred W itte,
Christ Rhein,
Fred Eisenmann,
Nic Schroeder,
r eter Roniller.

Ira Beyer,
August Rohde,
Herman Stehn,
Wm. Mueller,
G. L. Karnopp,
A. Holst,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts.........
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Other real estate owned. .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national curren cy .................................. ..
Nickels and cen ts................

$42,169
2 ,1 14
1,445
800
12.234
570
980
684

53
20
08
00
05
79
0b
80

$1 5,00 0 00
268 29
17 ,608 05
29,760 37

2 ,5 7 0 00
68 26
$62,636 71

Total

Capital stock paid in. . . .
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub■ject to check ..................
Time certificates of deposit .................................

Total

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

$ 6 2 ,63G 71

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
A. Holst, M ish icot.............
August Rohde, M ish ico t..
Herman Stehn, Mistiicit. .
H. L. Karnonp. M ishicot.
Ira Beyer, M ish icot........... *
Wm. Mueller. M ishicot. . . .
Peter Roniller, M ish ico t..
Nic Schroeder. M ish ico t..
Fred W itte, M i s h i c o t ....
Christ Rhein, G ibson. . . .
Fred Eisenman, M ishicot. .
W. P. Wagner, Green B ay .
Louise ITahlberg. M ishicot.
.Tosepb Skwor. M is h ic o t ...
Aug. Arnemann, M ishicot.
M ishicot
Brewing
Co.,
M ishicot ...........................
Rudoloh Reich. Gibson. . . .
Ira Stehn. M ishicot...........
Robert Socchi. M ishicot...
August Cochenet. M ishicot
Tom Hallada, M ishicot. .


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$2 ,000
2 ,2 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
1 ,5 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
500
500
500
200
200
200
500
100
°nn
100

00
00
OO
00
00
00
00
no
00
00
00
00
00
on
00

100 00
i 00 00
100 00
10 0 00
000 00
100 0u

Frank Zima, G ibson.........
Wenul Shedivi, G ibson. . .
#
Wm. Engelland. M ishicot.
C. A. W ojta, M is h ic o t ....
Caspar Plveckelman, Mish­
icot .....................................
Wm. Bruenig. M is h ic o t ...
Mike Kirst, M ish icot.........
Wm. Trossen, M ishicot. .
Chas. Schramm, M ishicot.
Chester Mueller. M ishicot.
Nie O. Peot, M is h ic o t ....
Febian Cretton. M ishicot.
Edw. A. Eckardt. G ibson.
.lohn Fienile, M ishicot.
..
Peter Breider, M ish ico t..
Geo. Barthels, M ishicot. .
Herman Knickerehm, Tw o
Rivers ...............................
Sol. G. Pelky, O con to. . . .
Total

100
100
100
100

00
00
00
00

1 00 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
BOO 00
100 00
100 Oo
100 00
100 00
100 Oo
100 Oo
100 00
100 00
500 00

$15,000 00

344

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Mondovi— Buffalo County Bank.

.TACOI! CAÑAR, President.
S. N. KNUDSO in, Vice President.

EDW. RUPLINGER, Cashier.
H. J. CAÑAR, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Jacob Cañar,
Alex Lees,
H. J. Cañar,

Ole J. Ward,
S. N. Knudson,
A. Quarberg.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

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

L ia b ilitie s .

$6 5,60 6
4 ,2 9 5
9 ,8 8 0
2 ,3 3 0

37
86
00
00

2 8 ,6 2 7 50
1,0 71 29
2 ,0 4 0 00
717 70

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
...................
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................

$2 5,00 0 00
2 ,3 0 0 00
1 ,7 1 9 26
4 2 ,426 40
47 ,0 2 4 59

3 ,8 1 7 00
84 53
$118.470 25

Total

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

$ 1 18,4 70 25

NAM ES OF ST O C K H O L D E R S.
Jacob Cañar M o n d o v i ....
Alex. Lees, M ond ovi...........
Ole J. Ward, M o n d o v i ....
W. L. Houser, M o n d o v i..
Mrs.
Pauline
Knudson,
M ondovi .............................
S. N. Knudson. M on d ov i..
Maria B. Fuller, M ondovi


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$2,300
2,1 00
1,0 0 0
1,5 00

00
00
00
00

2,8 0 0 00
2,3 00 00
3 ,0 0 0 00

»

Anton Quarberg. M ondovi. .
J. F. Brobst, M o n d o v i...
A. G. Ochsrrer, Waumandee
Edw. Ruplinger, M ondovi.
II. J. Cañar, M ond ovi.........
Total

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

2,3 00 00
1 ,7 0 0 00
2,0 00 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
$25,000 00

345

Reports of State Banks.

Monroe— The Citizens Bank.

G. T . H O D G E S, P resident.
JOHN LUCHSINGER, Vice President.

T. IT. DURST. Cashier.
O. A. TSCHTJDY, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
P. J. Bolender,
W. P. Bragg,
J. H. Durst,
Adam Schmidt.

G. T. Hodges,
John Luchsinger.
W. W. Chadwick.
Ed. Carroll.
W. J. Knight,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Doans and discou nts......... $742,284 19
Overdrafts ...........................
355 53
U. S., state, municipal and
2 1 ,5 0 0 00
other bonds ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
9 ,1 1 2 39
Other real estate owned. .
100 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .....................
97 ,6 9 8 34
Due from other banks. . . .
981 45
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
246 55
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house .................................
1 . 890 5 ■
Gold coin .............................
1 8 ,852 50
Silver coin ...........................
5 ,3 7 8 60
TJ. S. and national cur­
rency ...................
1 0 ,577 00
400 28
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

......................... $909,377 34

Capital stock paid in . . . . $ 100,000 00
50 ,000 00
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
15 ,906 28
paid ...................................
12 ,136 51
Due to banks— Deposits. .
6 4 ,0 0 .
Dividends unpaid ...........
Individual deposits, sub­
20
4,09
8 56
ject to ch eck....................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................... 416,335 00
110,8.36 99
Savings deposits ................

Total

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

$909,377 34

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
G. T. Hodges, M o n r o e ....
Juhn Luchsinger, M onroe.
J. H. Durst, M o n r o e ....
O. A. Tschudy, M o n r o e ..W. W. Chadwick, M onroe.
W. W. Chadwick, trustee,
.Tos. A. Patchin
heirs,
M onroe .............................
Ed. Carroll, M onroe...........
L. A. Hodges, M o n r o e ....
W. P. Bragg, M onroe.........
F. .T. Bolender, M o n r o e ...
Adam Schmidt. M o n r o e ...
Mrs. Sarah Bolender, M on­
roe ......................................


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$1 6,00 0
5 ,3 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
2 1 ,5 0 0
2 ,7 0 0
2 ,7 0 0
2 ,3 0 0
5 ,3 0 0
1 ,3 0 0
1 ,3 0 0

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

1 1 ,0 0 0 Oo

Chas. R. Schepley, M onroe
F. F. White, estate, M on­
roe ......................................
Mary E. White, estate,
Monroe .............................
J. W. W hite, estate, M on­
roe ......................................
E. A. White, M onroe.........
Caroline Schuetze, M onroe
W.
W.
Hodges,
estate,
Monroe .............................
E. G. Green, Cedar Rapids,
la ..........................................
Mrs. Ursula Jenny, M on­
roe ......................................

2 ,6 0 0 00
1 ,6 0 0 00
400 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
800 00
2 ,7 0 0 00
2 ,7 0 0 00
1 ,3 0 0 00
1 ,3 0 0 00

346

Report of Commissioner of Banking.

NAMES OF STOCKH OLDERS— Continued.
Jacob Baumgartner, Mon­
roe ......................................
Julia Flanigan, M o n r o e ..
Wm. J. Knight, M o n ro e ..
J.
E.
Confer,
Upland,
Cal.........................................
Mrs. Sarah Wenger, M on­
roe ......................................
Mrs. Nettie S. Wright,
Monroe .............................
M. Louise Durst, M onroe.
Edna Bolender, Monroe . .
C'has. B. Bolender, M on­
roe ......................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

700 00
700 Oo
1 ,3 0 0 00
700 00
500 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,3 00 00
200 00
200 00

Henry Trumpy, Jr., M on­
roe ......................................
Jacob Huffman, M onroe. .
Mrs. M ary Bragg, Monroe
John Zum Brunnen, M on­
roe ......................................
Christ F. Hartwig, M onroe
Patrick Carroll, M on roe..
Daisy Zum Brunnen, M on­
roe ......................................
Hazel Zum Brunnen, M on­
roe ......................................
Total

700 Oo
700 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
100 00
100 00
1 ,0 00 00
1 ,3 0 0 00
1 ,3 0 0 00

......................... $100,000 00

347

Reports of State Banks.

Monroe— The Commercial & Savings Bank.

GEO. E. THORP, Acting Cashier.
J. B. HEEREN, Asst. Cashier.

C. W. TW IN IN G, President.
A. C. TRACIISEL, Vice President.

D IRECTO RS.
C. W. Twining,
C W. Bennett,
Jacob Elmer,
Ed. T. Kundert,
.1. L. Sherron.
Frank Shriner,
Jacob Benkert.

A. C. Trachsel,
Joshua Klassy,
Simon Saucerman,
Edward Ruegger,
John Gettings,
A lvin F. Rote,
Geo. E. Thorp,
Joseph Trumpy,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts......... $382,144 45
Overdrafts ........................... . 6 ,1 58 90
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
53 ,600 00
Stocks and other securi891 8»
ties .....................................
Banking house ....................
25 ,000 Oo
Furniture and fixture's. . . .
13 ,000 00
Doe from approved reserve
31,948 24
banks .................................
Due from other b o n k s ....
15 37
Checks on other banks and
17
2
.6
52
cash items ......................
3 ,0 30 00
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
2 ,7 7 7 60
U. S. and national currency .................................
10,399 00
232 01
Nickels and ce n ts................
Total

......................... $531,849 62

Capital stock paid in. . . . $100,000 00
Surplus fund ....................
10,000 00
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
6,1 64 64
Due to banks— Deposits. .
40 ,095 5"»
Dividends unpaid ...........
30 Oo
Individual deposits, subject to check ................
117,759 69
Demand certificates o f deposit .................................
158,550 46
74,084 29
Savings deposits ................
Certified checks ..................
165 On
25 ,000 00
B ills payable ......................

Total

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

$531,849 62

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
G. W. Eaton, M o n r o e ....
Alvin F. Rote, M onroe. . .
B. L. W ood, M onroe. . . .
Herman Fritz, M onroe. . . .
John Gettings, M onroe. . .
E. T. Kundert, M onroe. . .
McGrath Bros., M onroe. . .
Jacob Benkert, M onroe. . .
Jetta
Thorpe,
W illiam s­
burg. V a..............................
W. T. Saucerman, Monroe


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$500
1 ,0 0 0
2 ,5 00
2,0 00
2,0 00
2,0 00
2,0 00
1,500

00
00
00
O')
00
00
00
00

C. W. Twining, M onroe.
O’ Connor Bros., M onroe.
G. W. Thorpe, W illiams
burg, V a...........................
R. D. Gorham, M o n r o e ...
Y ost Altman. M o n r o e ...
.T. C. Penn, M o n r o e ....
W. B. Monroe, M onroe. .
Robt. Kohli, M on roe.........
100 00 C. W. Bennett, M o n r o e ..
2 ,0 00 00 Geo. E. Thorp, M onroe. .

2 .0 0 0 0(i
500 00
2.000 00
2,000 00

1,000 00

500
2,0 00
1,500
1,000
1,000

00
00
00
00
00

348

Report o f the Commissioner of Banking,

N AM ES OE S T O C K H O L D E R S -C on tin u ed.
Ivan E. Rote, Dakota, 111.
John M. and Addie Rybolt,
W inslow, 111......................
John L. Sherron. M onroe.
Ulrich Schar, C la m o ____
Marshall Lewis, M o n r o e ..
E. J. Blum, M onticello. .
P. W. Thorp, M onroe____
Henry Klassy, M onroe____
Thos. Dempsey, M o n r o e ..
Daniel Haren, M o n r o e ...
H arriet
P.
Hawthorne,
M o n r o e ...............................
J. J. Bontley, M o n tice llo ..
C. Bontley, M onticello____
J. R. Fitzgibbons, M on­
roe ......................................
W. C. Baumgartner, M onticello ....................................
Jacob Burgy, M o n tice llo ..
Prank M. B illings Monroe
Jacob H. Elmer, M onroe.
Geo. W. Campbell, Monroe
Wm. R. Pick, M onroe____
Robt. Rufi, M onroe..............
Fred Paeser, M o n r o e ....'.
Clara Eley, M onroe...........
Henry Elmer, M o n r o e ....
Bartley Zum Brunnen, Los
Angeles, Cal.......................
Maud Crow Kohli, M onroe
J. P. Streiker, M onroe. . .
Adam Elmer, M onroe.........
J.
H.
Swartz
estate,
C lam o ...............................
Ida M. Bennett, M onroe. .
J. B. Heeren, M o n r o e ....
John C. Wenger. M onroe.
Clarence J. White, Beardstown, 111.............................
Jos. Trumpy, M o n r o e ....
Daisy Bridge, M o n r o e ....
Hattie E. Thorp, M onroe. .
August Neusus, Winslow,
111...........................................
Carrie S. Palmer, Cedar
Rapids, l a ..........................
Mrs. Luke Murphy, Denver,
Colo.......................................
L H. Gapen, M onroe.........
Frank A. Shriner, M onroe
Mary Nalty, Omaha, Neb.
Robt. J. Norton, M onroe.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

500 00
5oo
1,0 00
200
1 ,0 0 0
1,0 00
500
1 ,0 00
500
500
2,0 0 0
500
500
500
1 ,0 00
500
1,0 00
1 ,0 00
300
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 00
500
100
500
500
500
300
1,000
500
1,0 00
1,0 00
2,0 00
1 ,0 0 0
1,0 0 0
1,0 00
200
1,0 00
500
300
2,0 0 0
1,000
1,000
500

Peter Nalty, Omaha, Neb.
1 ,0 0 0
Simon Saucerman, W ins­
00
low, 111.................................
2 ,0 00
00 Henry Trumpy, Jr., M on­
00
roe ......................................
500
Oo E. P. Bauman, M on ro e ..
500
Ou Hattie Newman, M on roe..
1 ,5 00
00 W. P. Kiester, M o n r o e ...
500
00 0 . O. DeHaven, M on roe..
2,0 00
00 D. W. Vance, M o n r o e ....
1,0 0 0
00 John E. Hawthorn, M on­
roe ......................................
2 ,0 00
00 P. W. W ettengel, M onroe.
1,0 00
00 A lfred Hawthorn, Monroe
1 ,0 00
00 Casper Kundert, M on roe..
1,0 00
Peter Burke, M onroe...........
1,000
00 1. M. Stuffacher, M onroe.
500
John A. Elmer, M onroe. .
500
00 Sam Blum, M onroe...........
200
00 Geo. Pfeiffer, M onroe.........
1,0 00
00 Conrad Goetz M onroe___
1,0 00
00 Andrew Streiker, M on roe..
1 ,0 00
00 Otillie A. Blum, M on ro e ..
1,0 00
00 Jacob Huffman, M o n r o e ...
1,0 00
00 Martin Saucerman, Rock
00
Grove, 111............................
2 ,0 00
00 Joshua Kiassy, M on roe..
2 ,0 00
00 C. A. Gifford, M o n r o e ....
1,0 00
David Pfeiffer, M on roe..
500
00 Albert C. Trachsel, Monroe
2 ,0 00
00 Edward Ruegger, M onroe.
1 ,0 00
00 Susie Wenger, M o n r o e ....
2 ,0 00
00 Jennie E. Thorp. M on roe..
1,000
Henry Thorp, M o n r o e ....
1,000
00 Kathryn Germann, Monroe
500
00 Geo. W. W ohlford, Orange­
00
ville, 111...............................
300
00 Bertha W ohlford, Orange­
ville. I ll...............................
200
00 J. W. Stewart, M o n r o e ....
500
00 Catherine
Lichtenwalner,
O0
Monroe .............................
300
00 Emilio Seltzer Dodge, M on­
roe ......................................
100
00 E. H. Gloege. M onroe.........
200
Herman L. Gloege, M onroe
200
00 Emma Pfeiffer, M onroe. .
500
W. H. Caradine', M onroe. .
300
00 Hugh Lichtenwalner, M on­
00
roe ......................
700
00
00
Total ......................... $100,000
00

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

00
00
00
00
00

00
00
03
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

Reports of State Banks.

349

Montello— Bank of Montello.

J. DODGE, President.

A.

J. BARRY,

Cashier.

*
DIR E C TO RS.
F. J. Dodge,
A. J. Barry,
Frank Shannon,

D. L. O’Connell,
F. W. Preston,,
John Wincell.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and d iscou nts.........
$27,531
Overdrafts ......... : ...............
182
Banking house ...........
1 ,7 5 0
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
250
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................
13 ,819
Checks on other banks and
cash items ...........................
382
705
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
231
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
4 ,3 3 0
Nickels and cen ts................
12
Expense account ................
104
Total

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

84
4b
00
00
14

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to ch eck ....................
Time certificates o f de­
posit .................................

$7 ,000 0o
200 00
11 ,390 99
30 ,708 6r

76
00
70
00
42
26

$49,299 6o

Total

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

$49,299 60

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
R. A. Tagatz, M ontello. .
D. L. O’Connell. M ontello
G. I,. French, M otello. . . .
T. F. Campion. M ontello. .
John Wincell, M o n t e llo ...
Frank Shannon, M ontello.
F. W. Preston, M o n te 'lo ..
J. F. Norcross. M ontello. .
D. Norcross, M o n t e llo ....
E. A. Bass, M ontello.........
John Weskie. M o n t e llo ...
Thomas
O'Connor, Montello .................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$100
25
100
100
100
100
100
50
100
100
100

00 A. C. Barry, M on tello..
00 C. S. Barry, M ontello.........
00 Marv Cotter, Packwaukee.
00 J. S. Ennis, M o n t e llo ....
00 E. R. Williams, Montello
00 A. J. Barry, M on tello.........
00 Neil Dimond estate, Buf00
falò ............. ................. ....
00 F. J. Dodge, M o n t e llo ....
00 M. H. Barry, M o n te llo .. . .
00

100 00

Total

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

25
1.7 75
500
25
25
2,150

00
00
00
00
00
00

25 00
500 00
900 00
$7,000 00

350

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Montello— The Montello State Bank.
C. A. JUST, President.
M. H. PR ATT, Vice President.

W. P. CURRIE, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
C.
E.
W.
T.

M. H. Pratt,
J. H. Kempley,
C. J. Tagatz.

A. Just,
D. Morse,
F. Currie,
W. Whitson,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts......... $172,867 74
Overdrafts ...........................
791 28
U. S'., state, municipal and
61 ,900 Oo
other bonds ....................
320 00
Premium on bon ds..............
Stocks and other securi500 00
1 ,4 6 7 90
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
250 00
Other real estate ow n ed. .
Due from approved reserve
31,495 02
banks .................................
2,9 44 5ò
Dnp from other* banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
24 34
cash items ......................
1,8 8 5 00
Gold coin .............................
973 50
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur6,6 05 00
roncy .................................
44 81
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

......................... $282,069 17

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, subiect to check ..................
Time certificates of deposit .................................
Savings deposits ...............
Cashier’ s checks outstanding ......................................

Total

$2 5,00 0 00
3 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,3 0 7 2*
44 ,164 9 Y
201.235 lo
5 ,8 2 6 81
35 00

......................... $282,069 17

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Joseph Collins, M o n te llo ..
Christ J. Tagatz, M ontello
D. C. Cavanagh, M ontello
M. H. Pratt, M o n t e l l o ....
C. A. Taylor, W e stfie ld ..
C. A. Just, M ontello.........
John Hillmer, M ontello. .
\V. F. Currie, M o n t e llo ...
Sarah Collins, M ontello. .
Oust Weseloh, M ontello. .
D. W. McNamara, M ontello
T. W. Czeskleba, Amherst
Clara M. Lowe. M onte'lo
William Reetz. M ontello. .
.Tames Duffy. M o n t e llo ....
Mrs. Agnes Everhard, M on­
tello ....................................
Charles Preston, Montello
Charles Manthey, M ontello
G. A. North, M o n t e l l o ....
Samuel Boon. M o n t e llo ...
John W incell, M ontello. .
Milton M. Smart, Montello
John F. Lowe, M o n te llo ..
Thomas McGee. M ontello. .
E. P. Murphy, Calumet,
M ich......................................

M. J. Roland, Montello,,,


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$600
1,000
1.000
1,000
1,000
4.200
500
1.000
400
800
000
300
300
300
400

00,
00'
00
00
00
GO
00
CO
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

200
200
200
100
100
100
1.000
100
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

100 0 0
¿ 0 0 00

Geo. S. Robinson, Pembine
Michael Leahv, M ontello. .
John Murphy. M ontello. .
Wm. Cotter, M o n t e llo ....
John Wiske, M o n t e llo ....
Quantius Bros.. M ontello.
Patrick Duffy, M ontello. . .
Frederick Ballard, Chicago,
111...........................................
.Tames O'Donnell, M ontello
Thomas Pender, M ontello.
Mrs. Agnes W incell, Montello ....................................
Vincent McNamara, Montello ....................................
.T. H. Kempley, Packwaukee ......................................
T. W. W hitson. P ortage. . .
E. D. Morse, P r in c e t o n ...
Tibbie Williams, Princeton
W. H. Murphy, M arinette.
C. H. Curtis. O s h k o s h ....
W. C. Cowling, Oshkosh.
Dennis F. O’ Connell. Montello ....................................
M. D. Jackson, M ontello.
T o ta l

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

600
100
100
100
100
100
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
500
5O0
5.0 00
eoo
200
600
300

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

500 00
100 00
$ 2 5 ,0 0 0 00

Reports of State Banks.

351

Montfort— Citizens State Bank.

D AVID JAMES, Cashier.
J. C. MASON, Asst. Cashier.

JOHN KRAM ER, President.
WM. F. DI VALL, Vice President.

D IR E C TO RS.
Herman Trankle,
John Draves,
John Kramer,

Wm. F. Di Vail,
Frank Wanek.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

L o a n s•and discounts......... $122,283 66 Capital stock paid i n . . . .
$1 0,00 0 00
Overdrafts ....................
2 ,3 3 3 2* Surplus fund ......................
2 ,0 0 0 00
U. S., state, municipal and
Undivided prifits, less cur­
other bonds ....................
1 ,6 0 0 00
rent expenses and taxes
P.anking house ..................
1 ,5 0 0 00
paid ....................................
71 7.69
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
2 ,3 75 00 Individual deposits, sub­
Duo from approved reserve
ject to c h e c k ....................
37 ,795 9.3
banks .................................
18 ,2 3 6 33 Demand certificates of de­
Due from other banks. . . .
64 25
posit .......................................
895 00
Checks on other banks and
Time certificates of de­
cash items ......................
•
305 12
posit ..................................
103,957 66
Hold coin ............................
710 00 Savings deposits ................
1 ,6 9 9 51
Silver coin .........................
1 ,2 5 4 10
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
6 ,3 8 3 00
Nickels and ce n ts................
21 09
Total

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

$157,065 79

Total

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

$157,065 79

N AM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Herman
Trankle,
Montfort ....................................
John Trankle, Platteville.
Henry Trankle, Tfivingston
John Kramer, M ontfort. .
Wm. F. Di Van. M ontfort
David James, M o n t fo r t ...
John Draves, M o n tfo rt.......
Chas. Draves, M ontfort. . .
Frank Wanek, M ontfort. .
Allen F, Kramer, M optfort


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John Johnsen. Montfori^. .
Rert Dieter, M o n t f o r t ....
Oliver Webster, Jfivingston
J. W. Palmer, L ivin gston.
1 ,0 0 0 00 E. H. Cordts. L ivin g ston ..
1,000 00 Rudolph Heuer, C o b b . ...
900 00 John Steils, M uscoda.........
1,0 00 00 George Fritsch, C obb.........
1,000 00
Total .........................
1 ,0 0 0 00
300 00

$ 1,000 00

500 00
500 00

200
600
200
200
200
100
200
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

$10,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

352

M ontfort— M ontfort State Bank.

P. T. STEVENS, President.
F.
J. GLANVILLE, Vice President.

C. K. STEPHENS, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
.Tas. R. Montieth,
F. J. Glanville,
C. K. Stephens,

P. T. Stevens,
A. F. David,
Thos. O. Flahrity,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ....................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
IJ. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
Nickels and ce n ts................
Total

$87,100
3 ,7 8 8
4 ,7 3 0
1 ,7 52

16
65
00
50

1 0 ,216 57
6 10
320 00
1 ,0 82 35

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ...............

$2 0,000 00
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,3 35 97
32 ,394 72
55 .218 18
1.9 66 87

5 ,9 0 2 00
11 40

......................... $114,915 73

Total

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

$114,915 73

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
P. T. Stevens. M o n t fo r t ...
Louis Althaus. M ontfort. .
.las. R. M ontieth, Fennimore ...................................
•T. P.
Chandler
estate,
M ontfort ...........................
John Allen. M o n tfo rt.........
A. E. Thomas, C obb...........
W. G. Schuster, M ontfort
W. N. Billings, C obb-----T. R. Webster, M o n tfo r t..
■Thos. O. Flahrity, M ontfort


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$7 ,000 00
500 00
500 00
400
400
300
300
200
200
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

C. K. Stephens. M ontfort.
A. F. David. M ontfort. . . .
Geo. H. Muender. M ontfort
Ben L. Walker, M ontfort.
John TT. Billings. C o b b ...
I. S. E. Washburn. M ont­
fort ......................................
F. .T. O’ epville. M o n tfo r t..
A. E. Ketterer, M ontfort.
O. C. Webster, M ontfort.
Total

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

3 ,0 0 0
400
300
300
200

00
OO
no

00
00

200 00

5.0 00 oo
300 0b
300 00
$20,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

353

Monticello— Bank of Monticello.

•I. C. FREITAG, President.
JACOB W ITTEN W YLER, Vice ITes.

L. J. BREYLINGER, Cashier.
H. O. BABLER, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTO RS.
Jacob Marty,
Jacob NYittenwylcr,
J. C. Freitag,
C. Bontly,

F. W. Humiston,
Ed. Wittwer,
L. J. Breyl nger.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts
. . . . $196,447 19
Overdrafts ...........................
3 ,7 0 2 49
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ......................
28 ,775 00
Banking house ....................
3 ’ 000 00
Other real estate o w n e d ..
1 ,0 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................
28 ,232 38
Due from other b a n k s ....
6 ,9 38 8^
2 ,3 12 50
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ..........................
901 40
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
8 ,4 0 8 On
Nickels and cents...
57
31
Total

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

$279,775 11

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund .........
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid .■.............
Due to banks— D ep osits..
Individual
deposits, subject to check .............
Demand certificates of deposit ...............
Savings deposits .........

Total

$25,000 00
5 ,0 00 00

646 84
97,836 51
142.407 c..
7,9 96 73

........... ............. $279,775 11

NAM ES OF STOC K H O LD E R S
Albert Babler, Sr., Monticello ....................................
E. .1. Breylinger, Monticello ...................................
C. Bontly, M adison............
John Bontly, M onticello. .
Mrs. Anton Bontlv. Monticello ....................................
L. .T. Breylinger, Monticello ...................................
Mrs. D. Freitag
Monticello ....................................
J. C. Freitag, M oni cello.
Albert Fulton. Evansville.
F. W. Humiston, Madison
Jacob Marty, M o n tice llo ..

23— B.

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1 ,500 00
500 00
500 00
1 ,000 00
500 00
200 00
4,000
1,0 00
1,000
500
1,500

00
00
00
00
00

John Marty, M o n tic e llo ...
O. J. Persons, M onticello.
Dietrich Stauffacher, Mon­
ticello .................................
Jacob Wittenwyler, M o n tcello .........................
John W ittenwyler, Monticello ..................................
Ed. W ittwer M on ticello..
H. L. Babler. Mont cello.
Ira Pierce, M onticello . . . .
Jacob Burgy, M onticello. .
E. J. ICundert, M onticello.
Total

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

1,500 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
2,0 0 0 00
3,0 00 00
1,000
2,0 00
1,000
500
500
300

00
00
00
00
00
00

$25,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

354

Morrisonville— Morrisonville State Bank.

JOHN R. CALDW ELL, President.
CHARLES M A IR, Vice President.

C. M. MORRISON, Cashier.
R. J. CALDW ELL, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTO RS.
John R. Caldwell,
N.
L. Huseboe,
Charles M a'r,

C. D. Gates
Wm. I-Iahn.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts . . . . $118,187 79
Overdrafts ............................
3 ,5 6 7 14
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
2 ,0 0 0 00
Ranking house ....................
3,0 0 0 0u
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
2 ,5 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
21 .416 97
265 00
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
449 25
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
2 ,8 9 6 00
Nickels and cents .............
48 73
Expense account ................
1 ,1 63 06
Total

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

Total

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

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
$400 00 Mrs. Martha J. Gates, Rio
1 ,6 0 0 0o Caldwell & Gates, R io ____
A. Stevenson, M orrisonville
400 00 D. A. Caldwell, M orrison­
ville ....................................
1,600 00 J. R, Caldwell, M orrison­
ville ...................................
400 00 J. H. Morrison, M orrison­
ville
....................................
800 00
Mrs. Mary E. Morrison,
M
orrisonville
..................
400 00
800 00 Wm. Hahn, A r l 'n g t o n ....
800 00 Aug. Junge, M orrisonville
1,200 00 James Morrison M orrison­
ville ....................................
400 00
800 00 J. D. Morrison, M orrison­
ville ....................................
400 00 T. A. Caldwell, M orrison­
ville ....................................
400 00
Total
400 00

.T. K. Harare, M orrisonville
K. A. Johnson, P o rta g e ..
A. A. Johnson, M orr sonville ....................................
N. L. Huseboe, M orrison­
ville ...................................
A. J. McFarlane, M orrison­
ville ....................................
Charles Mair, P o y n e t te ...
A. H. Morrison, M orrison­
ville ....................................
J. L. Caldwell L o d i.........
J. Caldwell, Sr., L o d i . . . .
W t Hall, R io ........................
W. A. Caldow. L o d i...........
Oluf Johnson, R io .............
A. C. Morrison, M orrison­
ville ...................................
W. C. Kleinert, M orrison­
ville ...................................
T. H. Mair. M orrisonville
W. K. Caldwell M orrison­
ville ........... ................... .. .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$155,493 94

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
...................
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expense's and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit ...................................

800 00

$20,000 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
4 ,4 3 7 57
20 ,625 9'x
107,430 46

$155,493 94

1 ,6 00 00
1 ,2 0 0 00
400 00
400 00
1,6 00 00
400 00
800 00
400 00
400 00
400 00
400 00
400 00
$20,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

355

Mosinee— State Bank of Mosinee.

A. von BERG, President.
E. J. von BERG, Vice President.

W. A. von BERG, Cash'er.
E. B. von BERG, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
A. von Berg,
E. J. von Berg,

W. A. von Berg.

¡statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts ........
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Premium on bonds ...........
Banking house ...................
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents ..............

$61,761 35
71 97

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

$89,771 25

3 ,9 0 0
18
2 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0

00
00
00
00

14,545 9b
605 40
1 ,3 7 0 0b
497 00

Capital stock paid i n .........
Surplus fund ...............
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de„ posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$8 ,000 00
1 ,2 0 0 00

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

$89,771 25

800 04

35 ,673 27
4 2 ,150 60
1,8 8 5 3 *.

2 ,9 1 5 0b
86 60

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
A. von Berg, M osinee. . . .
E. J. von Berg, Merrimack


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$6 ,000 00
1,000 0u

W. A. von Berg, Mosinee.
Total

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

1,000 00
$ 8,0 00 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

356

Mt. Calvary— Mount Calvary State Bank.

ANDREW VOGEL, President.
FRANK X. AIGNER. Vice President.

ARTH UR VOGEL, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Ben Bittner,
Henry Ilolzm an,
Hubert Weingartz,
Chas. F. Perren.

Andrew Vogel,
Frank X. Aigner.
Arthur Vogel,
Jos. Helz,
J. A. W irth,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discou nts.........
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ........................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts................
Total

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

$74,463 76
2 ,1 0 0 00
1 ,5 0 6 38
10 ,782 4*
10 00
40 00
358 60
1 ,0 12 00
55 84
$90,329 02

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Dividends unpaid ...............
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................
Total

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

$12,000 0b
200 00
832 14
8 00
23,969 87
47 ,794 38
5 ,5 2 4 63
$90.329 02

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Arthur Vogel. Mt. Calvary
Ben B 'ttner, Mt Calvary. .
.Tobn A. W irth. Mt. Calvary
Simon Koenen, Mt. Calvary
John Neis. Mt. C a lv a r y ...
Mathias Guelig, Calvary.
Henry Holzman, Mt. Cal­
vary ....................................
Mathias Dietzen, Mt. Cal­
vary ....................................
A nton Petri. C alvary.........
Bernard Petri. C a lv a r y ...
Felix DTter, C alvarv.........
Nickolas Schmitz, Mt. Cal­
vary ....................................
Anton F. Weirm, Mt. Cal­
vary ...................................
Anton Keuler, Mt. Calvary
A. F. Utschig, Mt. Calvary


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$2,500
500
400
200
200
100

00
00
00
00
00
00

300 00
100
200
300
100

00
00
00
00

100 00
100 00
200 00
100 00

Chas. F. Perren, Fond du
Lac .....................................
Joseph Beyer, Mt.
Calvary
Frank X. Aigner. Mt. Cal­
vary ....................................
John Ahler, Mt.C alvary. .
Edward Huberty, Mt. Cal­
varv ...................................
Joseph Steifes, Mt. C'alvarv ...................................
Joseph Stollenwerk, Calvary ...................................
Mathias Neis. Mt. Calvary
Andrew Vogel. Allenton . . .
H. C. Meusel, Fond du Lac
Hubert Weingartz, Mt. Cal­
vary ......... ! ........................
Joseph Helz, Mt. C a lv a ry ..
T o t a l ...........................

1 ,0 0 0 00
200 00
100 00
200 00
500 00
200 00
100
200
2.7 00
200

OO
00
OO
00

700 00
500 00
$1 2,00 0 00

Reports of State Banks,

357

Mount Horeb— Mount Horeb Bank.

fl. B. DAHLE, President.
II. L. DAHLE, Vice President.

T. G. LINGARD, Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
H.
B. Dahle,
H. L. Dahle,

T. G. Lingard.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $251,533 01
Overdrafts ............................
598 69
U. S., state, municipal and
................
920 00
other bonds
Banking house
................
3 ,7 9 2 87
Furniture and fixtures . .
2 ,3 5 3 98
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
32 ,133 05
Checks on other banks and
cash items ........................
192 25
Gold coin .............................
7 ,6 05 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,0 7 8 60
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
2 ,9 2 7 00
Nickels and cents ..............
188 04
Total ........................

$303,322 49

Capital stock paid
in ....
Surplus fund ......................
Ui divided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Due to banks— D eposits. .
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Time certificates o f de­
posit ...................................
Cashier's checks outstand­
ing ............................

$35,000 On
6 ,5 0 0 00
5 ,6 51 94
724 55
79,853 27
8 5 ,452 9b
9 0 ,138 80
1 00

Total ......................... $303,322 49

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
II. B. Dahle, Mount Horeb
H. L. Dahle, Mount Horeb


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$22,000 00
2,0 0 0 00

T. G. Lingard, Mt. Horeb
Total

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

11,000 00
$35,000 00

358

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

Mount Horeb— State Bank of Mount Horeb,

N. C. EVANS, President.
A. HOFF, Vice President.

I.
FOSSHAGE, Cashier.
NORA L. EVANS, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
N.
A.
A.
I.

C. Evans,
Hoff,
F. Gramm,
Fosshage,

R. E. Beat,
P. G. Krogh,
P. A. Tyvand.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and d i s c o u n t s .... . $182,000 8y
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,0 3 1 80
Banking house ....................
6 ,0 00 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
2 ,3 0 7 5o
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
32 ,303 7±
Due from other b a n k s ....
5 ,3 9 0 87
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
1 ,0 1 8 96
Gold coin .............................
5 ,3 1 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
636 70
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
6 ,0 9 4 00
Nickels and cents .............
64 55
Total ........................

$242,158 98

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..........
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Cashier’ s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

$32,000 0b
7 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,1 3 6 44
57 ,836 55
60 ,736 57
76,616 64
1 ,8 32 78

Total ......................... $242,158 98

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
N. C. Evans. Mount Horeb
Andrew Hoff, Mt. H o re b ..
A. F. Gramm, Mt. H oreb.
Allen Arneson. Mt. Iloreb
Mrs. G. Toilefson, Mount
Horeb ....................
P. A. Sletto, Mount Iloreb
P. G. Krogh, Mount Horeb
P. A. Tyvand, Mt. Horeb
Isaac Fosshage, Mt. Horeb
,T. M. Heisig, Mount Horeb
J. L. Malone, Mount Horeb


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$5,000 00
2,0 00 00
1.500 00
1 ,0 00 00
500
100
2 ,2 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1,300
1,500
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

A. K. Sorenson,Ivlevenville
IL E. Beat, R iley ................
Mrs. A. P. Lovejoy, Janes­
ville ...............
M art'n Toilefson, Mount
H o r e b .................................
W. M. Curtiss, Long Beach,
Cal.........................................
Robert Lloyd, Lamoure, N.
D ............................................
Total

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

300 00
2,000 00
500 00
100 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
10 ,000 00
$32,000 00

359

Reports of State Banks.

Mukwonago— Citizens Bank of Mukwonago.

FRANK A. M cK EN ZIE, President.
M. L. DAVIS, Vice President.

ROBERT R. M AIR, Asst. Cashier.

D IRECTO RS.
L. E1. Yonmans,
M. L. Davis,
II. O. Bayley,
E'd. Goodman,
Frank A. McKenzie,

II.
F.
L.
A.

C.
A.
W.
II.

Greeley,
W ood,
Swan,
Peacock.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b i lit i e s ).

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts . . . . $248,739 50
Overdrafts ........................
988 89
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
54 ,850 00
Banking house ....................
4 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
3 ,0 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
.................................
37
,794 22
banks
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
80 00
Gold coin .............................
1 ,8 0 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,6 7 0 00
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
7 ,2 5 0 Oo
Nickels and cents .............
135 29
Total

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

$360,307 90

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Due to banks— D eposits. . .
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check....................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................

Total

$2 5,00 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,6 3 0 22
377 04
3 7 ,727 69
288,572 95

$360,307 90

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
J. II. Alexander, Belmont
A. ,T. Stockman, Mukwon­
ago ......................................
E. L. Lobdell, Mukwonago
L. E. Youmans, Mukwon­
ago ......................................
II. C- Greeley, Lake Beulah
M. L. Davis, M ukwonago. .
H. O. Bayley, Lake Beulah
A. H. Peacock, Lake Beu­
lah .....................................
L. W. Swan, E lkhorn.........
Thos. E. Swan, Mukwonago
John C.ohisy, Mukwonago.
Ed. Goodman, Mukwonago
Ed. Schultz, M ukwonago. .
Catharine Clohisy, Muk­
wonago .............................
Frank McNulty, Mukwon­
ago ......................................
Fred Smith. M ukw onago..
L. M. Smith, M ukwonago.
Kate Skewes, Mukwonago.
Mrs. Lillian M. Adams,
Mukwonago ......................
Deila E. Schultz, Mukwon­
ago ......................................
Loam ! Simonds, Mukwon­
ago ......................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 2 ,800 00

509 00

1,000 00
500 Ó0

300 03

C. E. Wood. Mukwonago. .
Chas. A. Stewart, Muk­
wonago .............................
Thos. Tomelty, M ukwon­
ago ......................................
900 09 Henry Judd, Mukwonago.
1,000 00 Edw. Hardaker, Mukwon­
1,000 00
ago ......................................
500 00 W. G. Skewes, Mukwonago
Frank A. Wood, Mukwon­
500 00
ago ......................................
1,100 00 Wm. McKenzie, Mukwon­
500 CO
ago ......................................
600 00 P a a c Blood. Mukwonago.
700 00 Henry F. Sargeant, Muk­
600 00
wonago .............................
John T. Porter, Mukwon­
300 00
ago ......................................
Jane Sharpe. Mukwonago.
200 00 D. I. Sharpe. Mukwonago
500 00 Jas. A. McKenzie, Muk­
300 00
wonago ...............................
600 00 F. A. McKenzie, Mukwon­
ago .....................................
1,000 00 Fred Knurr, Mukwonago. .
900 00
500 00

Total

500 00
300 00
300 00
100 00
500 00
600 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
750 00
1,750 00
500 00
900 00
500 00
$25,000 00

360

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Muscoda— Muscoda State Bank.

A. C. V. ELSTON, President.
R. B. M cINTYRE, Vice President.

A. C. V. ELSTON, Cashier.
R. B. M cIN TYRE, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
A. C. V. Elston,
R. B. McIntyre,

J. A. Eiston,
M. M. Orchard.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and d is c o u n t s ........... $44,015
Overdrafts .................................
327
Furniture and fixtures . . .
875
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
41,901
Cold coin .............................
1 ,3 0 0
Silver coin ...........................
256
IT. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
9 ,5 0 0
Nickels and cents . . . . . . .
100
Total ....... .................

50
89
Oo
42
00
75
Oo
32

$98,276 88

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid
......................
Demand certificates o f de­
......................
posit
Time certificates of de­
posit
.......................
Total .........................

$10,000 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
3 ,0 3 3 57
49 ,493 77
30 ,7 4 9 54
$98,276 88

NAM ES OF! S T O C K H O LD E R S.
A. C. V. Elston, M uscoda.
R. B. McIntyre, M uscoda.
J. A. Elston, M u s c o d a ....


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$4 ,500 00 f M. M. Orchard, M u scod a..
500 00
4 ,5 00
00
---------------------500 0 0 1
Total ......................... $1 0,00 0 00

361

Reports of State Banks.

Necedah— The Necedah Bank.

n A K R Y W . B A R N E Y , P re s id e n t
C. E. BABCOCK, Vice President.

C. C. FULLER, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Harry W. Barney,
F. M. Reed,

James H. Spencer.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ............................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ......................
Furniture and fixtures . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total ........................

Liabilities.

$85,326 06
43 71
3 ,0 0 0 00
700 00
44 ,949 61
875 00
911 55

Capiial stock paid in .......
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Due to banks— Deposits. .
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$15,000 0b
3 ,5 0 0 00
1,3 05 6u
2 ,3 5 3 03
50 ,457 22
67 ,994 15

4 ,7 5 7 00
47 07
$140,610 On

Total ........... „ .......... $140,610 00

N AM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
C. E. Babcock, N ecedah..
,1. W. Babcock estate, W ash­
ington, D. C......................
James II. Spencer, Nece­
dah ...................................
Moses France, Sr., Nece­
dah ......................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$3 ,600 00 N. S.
C. C.
1 ,0 00 00 F. M.
Harry
300 00
300 00

Curtis, N e c e d a h ....
Fuller, N ecedah___
Reed, N ecedah........
W. Barney, Necedah
Total

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

100
2 ,0 0 0
600
7 ,1 00

00
00
00
00

$15,000 00

362

Report' of the Commissioner of Ranking.

N eösville— Commercial State Bank.

S. M. MARSH, President.
CARL RABBNSTEIN, Vice President.

IT. M. ROOT, Cashier.
E. H. SCItOENGARTH, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Carl Rahenstein,
S. M. Marsh,
A. B. Marsh,
A. P. Radke,

W. J. Marsh,
P. W. Draper,
II. M. Root.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discou nts......... $1 35,020
Overdrafts .................................. 1 ,1 23
Banking house ....................
9 ,0 0 0
Furniture and fixtures . .
1 ,5 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
45,331
Checks on other banks and
casli i t e m s ........................
265
Gold coin .............................
3 ,5 9 5
Silver coin ...........................
1,6 1 9
II. S. and national cur­
rency ....................i ...........
7,6 8 8
Nickels and cents .............
235
Total ........................

63
19
Ou
00
18
60
00
50

Capital stock paid in ...........
Surplus fund .....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ...................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................

$2 5,00 0 00
5 ,0 0 0 00
3,4 3 5 32
79,853 55
92 ,089 45

00
22

$205,378 32

Total

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

$205,378 32

NAM ES OP S T O C K H O LD E R S.
S. M. Marsh, N e ills v ille ....
A. P. Radke, N eillsville.........
II. M. Root, N eillsville.........
M ary ,T. Root, N eillsville.
Laura E. Brown. Granton
G. D. Iloeseley, Boise, Ida.
B. Dangers, Neillsvil’ e .........
.Tames O’N e il, N e ills v ille ...
Olive T. Smith, N eillsv ille..
Robert McCalvy. N eillsville.
Perd. Bahr, Spring Valley. .
W. J. Marsh, N e ills v ille ....
Lottie M. Mulvey, Pasadena,
Ca>.............................................
Gilbert Johnson, N eillsville.
Carl Rahenstein, N eillsville.
Ira Pike, Medina, Mich. ••.


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$500
400
3,0 00
3 ,7 0 0
1 .3 00
3 ,0 0 0
100
300
2,3 00
200
100
1,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

500
500
800
700

00
00
00
00

L.

M. Sturdevant, Eau
C l a i r e .................................
H. Schoengarth, Neillsv i’ le ........................................
O. W. Schoengarth, Neillsville . ......................................
A. B. Marsh, N eillsville. . . .
Prank
Iluntzicker,
Neills­
ville ..........................
P. W. Draper, Neillsville. . .
II. E. Korman, N eillsville.
Jos. Dillman, N eillsville. .
A. L. Hanks, N eillsville. .
Fred Wolff, N e ills v ille ....
P. D. Cahvay, N eillsville.
E.

Total

400 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
2 ,0 0 0
300
500
500
200
200
500

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

............................. $2 5,00 0 Of)

Reports of State Baiiks.

363

Neills ville— Neills ville Bank.

CARL STANGE, Asst. Cashier.
HERMAN NORTH, Asst. Cashier.

W. L. HEM PHILL, President.
THOMAS LOWE, Vice President.

D IR E C TO RS.
H. A. North,
D. Dickinson,
Gilbert Johnson.

W. L. Hemphill,
Thomas Lowe,
Carl Stange,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $283,197 67
1 ,4 18 53
Overdrafts ............................
U. S., state, municipal and
18,500
00
other bonds ....................
5 ,0 00 00
P>anking house ....................
1 ,6 00 00
Furniture and fixtures. . ..
Due from approved reserve
113,164 01
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
1 ,928 84
cash Items ......................
12,147 50
Gold coin .............................
2 ,4 85 70
Silver coin ...........................
LT. S. and national cur12,462 oo
rency .................................
525 91
Nickels and cen ts................

$25,000 0o
Capital stock paid in .........
25 ,000 0O
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and 'taxes
14,251 7b
paid ...................................
37,040 8’i
Due to banks— D eposits. .
Individual
deposits, sub105,790 59
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de-.
posit ................................... 236,929 66
8 ,4 17 28
Savings deposits ...............

Total

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

$452,430 10

Total

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

$452,430 16

NAM ES OE S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Maria S. Dewhurst, Neillsville . . .................
W. L. Hemphill, Neillsville
Mary D. Hemphill, Neills­
ville ....................................
Chas.
F.
Grow
estate,
Neillsville .........................
Thos. Lowe, N e ills v ille ....
John D. M cM illan estate,
Neillsville ........................
H. A. North, N e ills v ille ...
D. Dickinson, N eillsville. .


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Joseph
Morley
estate,
Neillsville .........................
$10,000 00
400 00 Gilbert Johnson, Neillsville
Chas.
Kayhart,
estate,
Neillsville ........................
400 00
Carl Stange, N e ills v ille ....
3 ,0 0 0 00 George H. Ray estate, La
Crosse ...............................
2,5 00 00
Herman North, N eillsville.
400 00 Alex Hyslop estate, La
Crosse ...............................
2 ,5 0 0 00
200 00
T o t a l ...........................

3,000 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
1 ,0 0 0 Oo
100 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
$25,000 00

364

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Nelsonville— State Bank of Nelsonville.

HANS JOHNSON, President.
THEO. H. JOHNSON, Vice President.

L. H JOHNSON, Cash'er.

DIRECTORS.
Hans Johnson,
Theo. H. Johnson,

L. H. Johnson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts
. . . . $73,054
Overdrafts ............................
768
2 ,5 0 0
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,6 5 7
Other real estate o w n e d ..
2 ,8 75
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
7 ,4 22
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
11
Gold coin .'...............
602
Silver coin ...........................
215
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
5 ,9 1 0
Nickels and cents .............
47
Total ..........................

00
73
0b
19
00

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
....................
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .........■........................

9«
17
50
55

$10,000 00
100 00
1 ,0 03 4 4
14 ,792 36
1 ,7 1 2 79
67 ,4 5 6 13

00
64

$95,064 72

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

$95,064 72

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Hans
Johnson,
Amherst
Junction, R. F. D. No. 1
Theo. H. Johnson, Nel­
sonville .............................


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L.

$4,000 00

H.

Johnson,

Ne'son-

J ville ................’. .................

3 ,0 0 0 0 0 '

Total

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

3 ,0 0 0 00
$10,000 00

lxeporis of State Banks.

365

Neosho— Neosho State Bank.

D. B. GREENE, President.
JOHN MEIITES, Vice President.

J. K. DOUGLASS, Cashier.
M ARTIN T. M cCOLLOW, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
D. B. Greene,
John Mertes,
J. K. Douglass,

R. F. Schultz,
J. W. Martin.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ...........................
Furniture and fixtures . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

$64,975 47
72 85
2 ,4 0 0 00

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

$84,248 27

12 ,032 62
44 69
1 ,0 6 0 00
212 15
3 ,3 3 6 00
114 49

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................

$15,000 00
500 00

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

$84,248 27

990 05
22 ,649 79
338 62
44 ,769 81

NAM ES OE STO C K H O L D E R S.
R. F. Schultz, N e o s h o ....
J. K. Douglass, Neosho. . .
Mrs. Eva Lehmann, Woodland ...................................
D. B. Greene, Neosho . . .
J. W. Martin, H artford. . .
Max F. E. Radloff, Hustisford ...................................
J. M. McCollow, Neosho. .


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$2,000 00
4,000 00

John Mertes, N eosho.........
James K. Wiggins, Hartford ...................................
1,000 00 Jesse A. Clason, Neosho. .
1,000 00 Martin T. M cCollow, Neo1 .0 00 00
sho ......................................
August Eimer, N e o s h o ....
500 00
1 ,0 00 00
Total .........................

500 00
500 00
500 00
2,0 00 00
1 ,0 00 00
$15,000 00

366

Report of the Commissioner of Banking,

Neshkoro— Farmers Exchange Bank of Neshkoro.
J. W. JOHNSON, President.
J. C. MORRISEY, Vice President.

H. A. M ILLER, Cashier.
D IR E C TO RS.

John Byrne,
J. C. Morrisey,
Julius E. Reetz,

Chas. T. Dahlke,
J. w. Johnson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esou rces.

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ............................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Premium on bonds ...........
Banking house ..................
Furniture and fixtures . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total ........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$43,096 11
666 71
4 ,5 0 0
36
2 ,0 0 0
1 ,2 6 5

Oo
00
00
99

7 ,7 5 9 04
1,0 05 60
20 Oo
317 60

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Dividends u n p a id ................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates o f de­
posit ...................................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

$10,000 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
378 31
4 00
7 ,8 5 9 07
43 ,011 l o
232 75

1,7 0 5 00
113 12
$62,485 17

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

$62,485 17

NAM ES OF! STO C K H O L D E R S.
Tillie M. Krebs, Seymour
Geo. Pyncheon, W automa.
C. C. Parker, Germania. .
W. II. Sexton, N e s h k o ro ...
J. W. Johnson, N esh k oro..
Ray M. Johnson, Neshkoro
Earl W. Johnson, Neshkoro
Chas. T. Dahlke, Neshkoro
John W. Byrne, N eshkoro. .
Agnes Callahan, N eshkoro.
J. H. Cavanaugh, Neshkoro
Thos. Cavanaugh, Neshkoro
T. Ryan, N eshkoro.............
A. J. Ryan, N eshkoro.........
Simon Gernon, Neshkoro.
John Dravitz, W e s tfie ld ...
Henry Balderson, Neshkoro
Fred Doege, N e s h k o r o ....
John Marshall, Neshkoro. .
Gustav Henke, Jr., Nesh­
koro ....................................
Julius. Hensel, N esh koro..
Gustav Priebe, N e sh k o ro ..
John Kroll, N e s h k o r o .....
Frank Leahr, L o h r v ille ...
J. C. Morrisey, N esh koro..
A. H. Sexton, W a u p u n ....
John Powers, N e s h k o ro ...
Carl C. Good, N eshkoro. .
Adolph Reetz, N e sh k o ro .. .
Thos. J. Smith, Neshkoro. .
Julius E. Reetz, Neshkoro.
Mrs. Kate Ring, Neshkoro
James Eagan, W a u to m a ..


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$100 00
100 00
300 00
100 00
1 ,8 0 0 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
300 00
500 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
100 00

George Byrne, N esh koro..
Rudolph Daye, Neshkoro. .
Richard Schultz, Neshkoro
Geo. E. Wegenke, Neshkoro
Edward Doms, N esh koro..
Robert Warnke, Germania.
G. E. Dahlke, N e s h k o ro ...
John Krueger, N esh koro..
Emil Ross, Neshkoro...........
John Hayes, N e s h k o r o ....
Gustav Gohlke, N esh k oro..
August Bethke, Jr., Ger­
mania .................................
Adolph Kaatz. N esh k oro..
Julius Reetz, Sr., Neshkoro
B. F. Hayes, W a u t o m a ....
Fred Dahlke, N e s h k o ro ...
Mrs. Letta Johnson, Nesh­
koro ....................................
Irene Sexton, O s h k o s h ....
Mrs.
Clara
G.
Dahlke,
Neshkoro ...........................
Bertha Henke, Neshkoro. . .
Gust Schalow, W hitewater
Julius Warnke, Germania.
Richard Fenske, Germania
Mrs. August Schewe, Ger­
mania .................................
E. J. Dahlke, N e s h k o ro ...
Henry Warnke, Germania.
J. A. Schalow, Princeton.
T o t a l ...........................

100
100
100
100
100
300
300
100
100
100
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

300
100
200
100
100

00
00
00
00
00

100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
300 Oo
200 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
$10,000 00

367

Reports of State Banks.

New Auburn— Bank of New Auburn.

ARNT. ERICKSON, President.
C. P. HANSEN, Vice President.

LEROY ABRAHAMSON, Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
G. W. Engebretson,
II. McCormick.

Arnt. Erickson,
C. P. Hansen,
Wm. Larson,

Statement, November 10, 1010.

L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ............................
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fix tu r e s ....
Other real estate ow n ed. .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................... ............
Checks on other banks and
cash items ........................
Gold coin .............................
Sivler coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

55,475 84
116 2i;
8 ,5 00
2 ,6 80
1 ,2 06
1 ,3 50

00
00
00
00

14,225 Oi

$10,000 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2 ,9 54 81
34,795 l i

31
535 00
202 10
3,1 99 00
16 89
$87,509 45

Total

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

Total

$87,509 45

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
Arnt. Erickson, New Au­
burn ....................................
II. McCormick, New Auburn
Wm. Larson, B lo o m e r ....


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C. P. Hanson, New Auburn
$4,000 00 G. W. Engebretson, New
Auburn ........................
2,000 00
1,500 00
Total

I ,500 00
1,000 00
$ 10,000 00

368

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

New Glarus— The Bank of New Glarus.

THOMAS HEFTY, President.
JOSEPH HOESLY, Vice President.

T. C. HEFTY, Cashier.
E.
J. HOESLY, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Thomas Hefty,
Joseph Hoesly,

S. A. Schindler.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discou nts......... $305,917
Overdrafts ............................
476
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds .....................
19 ,500
Stocks and other securi­
ties ......................................
1 ,0 0 0
Banking house ....................
2 ,0 0 0
Due from approved reserve
6 9 ,807
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s . . . .
3 ,6 4 6
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
2 ,9 9 3
Cold coin .............................
5 ,8 3 0
Silver coin ...........................
728
U. S. and national cur­
2 ,0 3 0
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
52

07
14
00
00
00
54
02
5s
On
75

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Due to banks— D ep osits..
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ...................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ...............

$40,000 00
8 ,0 0 0 00
3,6 21 28
1,0 5 5 68
15 3,20 0 8 i
144,600 80
63,503 20

00
67

Total ......................... $413,981 77

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

$413,981 77

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
Thomas Hefty, New Glarus
T. C. H efty, New Glarus. .
J. C. Zimmerman, Anaheim,
Cal.........................................
S. A. Schindler, New Glarus
J. J. Ott, New G larus...........
Joe Hoesly, New G la r u s ..
Peter Hoesly, New Glarus. .
Rudolph Hoesly, New Glarus
II. Hoesly, New G larus.........
Joshua
Eichelkraut,
New
Glarus ....................................
Jacob
Luchsinger,
New
Glarus ...............................
Fred Ott & Co., New Glarus.
J. H. Schmid,
Jr., New
Glarus ....................................
John Wild, New G l a m s .. . .


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$4 ,500 00
1 ,6 00 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
1,000 00
1,000 00

1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
1,000 00

J. P. Klassy, New G la ru s..
Caspar Hefty, New Glarus. .
F. K. Hefty, M onticello. . . .
Wm. Meier, M ilwaukee.........
Dav'd Hefty, New Glarus. .
T. It. Hefty, M adison.......
Sol. Levitan, M adison.........
J. U. Babler, New Glarus
Hoesly Bros., New G la r u s .. .
E. Streiff, New G la r u s ...
A. Schlatter, New Glarus. . .
Jacob and Thomas Hoesly,
. New Glarus .........................
Mrs.
M.
A.
Strahm,
Blanchardville ...........
H efty Bros., M onticello.........
W. B. Bugler, New G la r u s ..
F. V. Kundert, M onroe...........

1 ,0 0 0
1,000
500
1 ,0 00
500
500
2 ,5 00
1 .0 0 0
500
500
1,000

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
On
00

1,000 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
2 , 0 0 0 00

Reports of State Banks.

369

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
Rudolph Kundert, New Gla­
rus ......................................
Maria Kundert, New
Glarus
J. M. Schmid & Co., New
Glarus ...............
David Hoesly, NewGlarus. .
Dieterich Stauffacher, New
Giarus ...............................
Ilenry
Stuessy,
New
Glarus ...............................
Andrew
Hoesly,
New
Glarus .....................

24— B.


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2 ,5 0 0 Ob
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
500 Ob
1 ,0 00 00
500 Ob

Melvin Becker, New Glarus
A. E. Anderson, Mt. Horeb
Werner
Eimer,
New
Glarus ...............................
B.
A.
Kundert,
New
Glarus ...............................
Andrew C. Hoesly, New
Glarus ...............................
Jacob Eimer, Blanchardville ....................................
Total

300 Ob
200 00
500 00

1,000 00
500 OJ
200 05
$40,000 00

370

Report' of the Commissioner of Banking,

New Glarus— The Citizens Bank of New Glarus.

O. G. STAMN, President.
D. ZIMMERMAN, Vice President.

•T. J. PIGI, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
.T- Henry Legier,
Casper Zwickey,
O. G. Stamn,
.1. .T. Pigi,

Geo. K. Bowers,
•I. Henry Duerst,
David Zimmerman.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R esources.

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ............................
Banking house ....................
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Checks on other banks and
cash items ........................
Gold coin .............
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Expense account ................
Total .........................

L iab ilitie s.

$35,987 82
3 00
3 ,0 0 0 00
6 ,2 03 23
16,041 63
20 40
275 00

124 15

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$40,000 03
19 5

73

17 ,357 53
9 ,4 2 8 00
50 50

1,2 0 9 0b
6 74

4 ,1 6 0 7 o
$67,031 76

Total

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

$67,031 76

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
Fred Tschudy, New Glarus
W erner Tasher, Mt. Vern°n .....................................
Peter Ott, New G la r u s ...
Caspar
Zwickey,
New
Glarus ...............................
Charles Eichelkraut, New
Glarus ..............................
John Rhyner, New Glarus
Charles J. Hoesly, New
Glarus ...............................
Gottfried Leuenberger, New
Glarus ...............................
Albert W ittwer, M onticello
Edward
Zwickey,
New
Glarus ...............................
Andrew Wild, New Glarus


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$500 00
20 0 00

500 00

1 ,0 0 0 00
800 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
300 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 Ob
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00

.7. N. Rhyner, New Glarus
Fred S. H efty, New Glarus
Abraham Schindler, New
Glarus ...............................
,T. M. H efty, New Glarus.
G. S. Engen, Mt. Vernon.
Emil Stauffer, New Glarus
Casper Eimer, New Glarus
S. II. Skult, Mt. Horeb. .
Albert Legier, New Glarus
Abraham Langli, Mt. V er­
non ......................................
Andrew Raurnn, Mt. Horeb
Fredolin Streiff, Sr., New
Glarus ...............................
Henry
B.
H efty,
New
Glarus ...............................

1 ,0 0 0 00
500 Ob
400
200
200
500
1 ,0 0 0
500
200

00
00
00
00
00
00
Oo

500 00
100 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00

Reports of State Banks.

371

NAMES OF STOCKH OLDERS— Continued.
Gottlieb
Gunder,
Mt.
Horeb .................................
J. Tbeo. M arty, M onticello
Geo. rv. Bowers, Belle­
ville ....................................
Rosina
Kundert,
New
Glarus ...............................
Fred
Streift',
Jr.,
New
Glarus ...............................
Fred
D.
Marty, New
Glarus ...............................
J.
Henry
Legier,
New
Glarus ...............................
John
H efty,
Jr.,
New
Glarus ...............................
John
D.
H efty, New
Glarus ...............................
Sam
G.
Duerst, New
Glarus ...............................
Fred
W.
Stuessy,
New
Glarus ...............................
John E.
Duerst, New
Glarus ...............................
J.
Henry
Duerst,
New
Glarus ...............................
John D.
Marty, New
Glarus ............
Julius
H.
Elmer,
New
Glarus ................................
G. G. Stamn, Mt. Horeb. .
Nick Zweifel, New Glarus.
M. J. Marty, B elleville. . .
John S.
Zweifel, New
Glarus ...............................
Christ Erb, Belleville . . . .
Casper K. Altman, New
Glarus ...............................
J. J. D. Hefty, New Glarus
O. G. Stamn, New Glarus
Fred Held, New G la r u s ...


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200 00
300 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
1 ,0 00 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
500 0o
500 00
500 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
500 00
200
500
400
500

00

00
00
00

1 ,0 0 0 00
100 00
1 ,0 0 0
300
1 ,0 0 0
500

Oo
00
00
00

J. Jacob Figi, New Glarus
Albert Neslieim, B elleville.
Otto H. Jordi, M onticello.
Nie H. Kubly, New Glarus
Melvin Peters, B elleville. .
Sam Christen, New Glarus
Nie Elmer, New Glarus. .
Conrad Elmer, Blanchardville .................................
John
Zimmerman,
Du­
buque, Iowa ....................
Henry W. Duerst, Belle­
ville ....................................
Catharina Lucksinger, New
Glarus ............................ ..
M.
O.
Tollefson,
Mt.
Horeb ...............................
Thomas S. Duerst, M onti­
cello ...................................
H. M. Ness, Mt. H o r e b ...
O. O. Hanna, Mt. H oreb. .
Jacob B. Hoesly, B elleville
S.
A.
Schindler,
New
Glarus ...............................
Ernst Pauli, New Glarus.
Oscar
Osmundson,
Mt.
Vernon ...............................
A. O. Broten, Mt. Vernon.
David
Zimmerman, New
Glarus .............................. >'
Fred
Zimmerman,
New
Glarus .............................. •
John
Zimmerman,
New
Glarus ...............................
Sam
A.
Duerst,
New
Glarus ...............................
Nicolaus
Elmer,
New
Glarus ...............................
Total

1 ,0 0 0
100
500
500
200
1 ,0 0 0
200

00
00
0o
00
00
00
00

300 00
200 00
300 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
400 On
200 00
200 00
300 00
100 00
100 Oo
1 ,0 00 Oo
1 ,0 0 0 00
1 » 000 00
500 00
500 00
$40,000 00

372

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.
I

New Holstein— State Bank of New Holstein.

JAMES G. GRIBM, President.
FR ED ERICK B U LLW IN KEL, Cashier.
GEO. H. SCHROEDER, Vice President.

D IR E C TO RS.
James G. Griem,
George H. Scbroeder,
Adolph Weber,
Fred. Bullwinkel,

George L. Leverenz,
ß . W. Timm,
Jacob Severin.

Statement, November 10. 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts......... $146,672 8b
Overdrafts ..........................
9/04 79
Banking house ....................
5 ,0 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,0 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
anks ....................................
2 7 ,6 5 7 55
Checks on other banks and
cash items . . . ..................
390 00
Gold coin .............................
3 ,9 1 5 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,6 3 5 00
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
5 ,2 65 0U
Nickels and cents ..............
146 09
Total ......................... $192,586 3z

L iab ilitie s.

Capital stock paid in -----Surplus fund
...................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid
.................................
Due to banks— D eposits. .
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ............. '..
Demand certificates of de­
posit
................................

$25,000 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
1 ,6 2 2 84
1 ,5 3 0 46
64,745 61
97 ,1 8 7 4t

Total ......................... $192,586 32

NAMES O F STOCKHOLDERS.

Geo. II. Schroeder, New H ol­
Geo. L. Leverenz, New Holstein ........................................ $5,000 00
stein .......................................
500
Adolph Weber, New Holstein
2 ,5 0 0 00 Chas. W. Mory, A p p le to n .. .
4 ,0 00
Jas. G. G'riem, New Holstein
2 ,0 0 0 00 Mrs. Mary Mory, A p p le to n ..
1,000
Simon F. Aggen, New H ol­
Frederick Bullwinkel, New
stein ......................
500 00
Holstein .................................
100
Jacob Severin, New Holstein
1 ,0 00 00 E. W. Timm, Milwaukee. . . .
400
II. C. Timm estate, New
Holstein ............................
8 ,0 0 0 00
Total ............................. $2 5,00 0


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00
00
00
00
00
OO

Reports of State Banks.

373

New Lisbon— Farmers & Merchants Bank.
J. J. HUGHE'S, President.
C. D. CURTIS, Vice President.

J. H. MARSH, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.

w. R. Barnes,
F. S. Ilaire.

J. J. Hughes,
C. D. Curtis,
J. H. Marsh,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts . . . . $152,061
Overdrafts ............................
445
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ......................
3 ,4 0 0
Premium on bonds ...........
41
Banking house ...................
4 ,0 0 0
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
2 ,1 8 9
Other real estate o w n e d ..
1,2 2 8
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
25 ,970
Checks on other banks and
cash i t e m s .............
10
Gold coin .............................
3 ,1 0 7
Silver coin ...........................
499
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
5 ,5 38
Nickels and cents .............
55
Total

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

8b

84
00
60
00
18
95
17

Or»
50
10

Capital stock paid in .......
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Due to banks— D ep osits..
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Cashier’ s checks outstand­
ing .................

$1 5,00 0 00
2 ,5 4 9 70
2 ,6 9 7 44
68 17
28 ,133 69
3 ,0 35 34
14 7,06 2 61
1

00

0b
79

$198,548 0,

Total

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

$1 98,548 0 l

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.

J. J. Hughes, New Lisbon
.T. H. Marsh. New Lisbon.
Harriet E. Marsh, Wauke­
sha ......................................
Anna L. Marsh, New L is­
bon .....................................
W. W. Hughes. Fond du
Lac ............................
Edward Davis, Camp Doug­
las ......................................
N. M. Hess, New Lisbon. .
C. D. Curtis, New L 'sbon.
W. S. Sargent, New Lisbon
Y. Elwell, Nrw Lisbon. . . .
E. H. Townsend, New Lis­
bon ......................................
W. R. Barnes. New Lisbon
A. C. Johnson, Camp Doug­
las ......................................
J. H. Morrill, H ustler. .
Carl Bierbauer, New L is­
bon ......................................
H. B. Barlow, New Lisbon
L. M. Barlow. New Lisbon
R. A. Marshall, New Lisbon


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$2 ,800 00
2,9 00 00
600 00
200 00

200 00
1 .0 0 0

300
1,200
200
200

00
00
00
00
00

200 00

500 00
400 00
200 00
1 0 0 00
200 00
100 00
400 00

Emma Anderle, New Lisbon .........................................
R. J. Hughes, Randolph. . .
Sine Christ anson, Camp
Douglas .............................
Harriet W ilson, New Lisbon ......................................
R. F. Champney, New Lisbon .......... ..........................
F. S. Ilaire. M auston.........
Roxanna B. Curtis, New
L'Sbon ...............................
t. F. Ramsev, New L ’sbon
Mary M. Elwe'l, New Lisbon ......................................
H n ry
Rickeman
estate,
New l.isbon ......................
Frank TTodge. New L'sbon
L. C. Jefferson, Camp Douglas ......................................
Elffie M. Purdy, Milwaukee ......................................
Louise W atson, Sparta . .
J. C. Anderle, New Lisbon
Total .........................

300 00
500 00
1 0 0 00
200 00
10 0 00

500 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
10 0 00
200 00
200 00
20 0 00
1 0 0 00

$15,000 00

374

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

New London— Bank of New London.

A. II. PAPE1, President.

E. C. PAPE, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.

Helen Pape,
Meta Trayser,

E. C. Pape,
A. H. Pape.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Stocks and other securi­
ties ."....................................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total ........................

L iab ilities.

$78,270 14
4 ,0 0 0 00
4 .2 3 0 55
7,5 0 0 00
1 .5 0 0 00
19,601 28

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
...................
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...............
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to ch eck....................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$10,000 00
6 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,1 9 0 21
3 8 ,1 6 0 51
76 ,400 79

1 ,0 6 7 00
3 ,7 15 00
2 ,0 6 4 00
9 ,7 7 3 00
30 54
$131,751 5±

Total ......................... $131,751 51

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.

A. H. Pape, New L o n d o n ..
ITe’ en Pape, New L ondon.
Meta Trayser, New London


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$9,400 00 i E. C. Pape, New L o n d on ..
200 00
200 00
---------------------200 0 0 '
Total ......................... $10,000 00

375

Reports of State Banks.

New Richmond— Bank of New Richmond.

M. FRISK , President.
F.
S. W ADE, V ice President.

J. W. McCOY, Cashier.
D. W. W ILLIA M S, Asst. Cashier

DIRECTORS.
M. Frisk,
F. S. Wade,
J. W. McCoy,

D. W. Williams,
R. H. McCoy.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts . . . . $326,127
13
Overdrafts ............................
96 87
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
7 ,0 95 3 j.
Ranking house, furniture
and fixtures ....................
3 ,5 3 4 35
Other real estate o w n e d ..
1 00
Due from approved reserve
33 ,165 43
banks ................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
6 ,9 3 8 23
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
4 ,9 6 4 41
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house .................................
345 63
Gold coin .............................
870 00
Silver coin ...........................
2 ,2 81 55
TJ. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
5 ,4 2 9 00
Nickels and cents .............
64 26
Total

......... : ............. $390,913 1'.

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Due to banks— Deposits. .
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
Insurance account .............

Total

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

$35,000 0(,
1 0 , 0 0 0 00

7 ,1 02 17
486 4b
101,872 14
204,215 33
31,638 04
354 58
244 45

$390,913 17

NAMES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
Joel Bartlett estate, New
Richmond .........................
$500
F.
W.
Bartlett
estate,
Greenville, Pa....................
600
Mathias
Frisk,
Merriam
Tark, M ;nn........................
10 ,600
J. W. McCoy, New R ich­
mond . ....................................... 21,600


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00

R. IT. McCoy, East Grand
Forks, M inn......................
F. S. Wade, New Richmond
D.
W.
W illiams,
New
Richmond .........................

00

Total
00

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

200 00
1 ,0 0 0 00

500 00
$35,000 00

Reporti 0/ i/ie Commissioner of Banking.

37G

New Richmond— The Manufacturers Bank.

JOHN E. GLOVER. President.
W. F. M cNALLY, Vice President.

L. A. BAKER, Cashier.
II. C. ROUNSAVELL, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
John E. Glover,
L. A. Baker,
W. F. McNally,

H. E. Rounsavell,
M. P. McNally.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts . . . . ,$232.90(3 67
Overdrafts ............................
1 ,2 0 0 56
U. S.. state, municipal and
4 ,9 0 6 25
other bonds ....................
Furniture and fixtures . . .
2,6 35 26
Other real estate o w n e d ..
2 ,9 0 3 71
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
51,791 49
Due from other b a n k s ....
385 73
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
968 42
Gold coin .............................
2 ,0 2 0 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,1 37 20
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
7 ,5 79 00
Nickels and cents .............
130 64
Total ........................

$308,624 93

Capital stock paid i n .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ...............
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................

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

$3 0,00 0 00
5 ,5 00 00
2 ,2 75 06
124,342 4b
125,995 35
18,985 41
1 ,5 46 62

$308,624 93

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
John E. Glover, New R'chmond ......................
W, F. McNally, New Richmond ......................
L. A. Baker, New Richmond ......................
H. E. Rounsavell, New
Richmond .............


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$18,000 00
500 00
500 00
500 00

M. P. M cNa'ly, New R ich­
mond .................................
Mrs. M. A. Baker, New
Richmand .........................
Total

500 00
10,000

00

$30,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

377

North Fond du Lac— The First W isconsin Bank.
S. D. W YATT, President.
A. J. PULLEN, Vice President.

JOHN P. KALT, Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
S.
A.
G.
C.

D.
J.
A.
A.

W yatt,
Pullen,
Knapp,
Galloway,

F. M. G'ivens,
,T. E. Koepenick,
II. E. Hoffman.

Statement, November 30, 3.910.
Resources.

Loans and discounts
....
Overdrafts ...........................
Ranking house ....................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total

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

L iab ilitie s.

$07,872
18
5 ,5 0 0
3 ,8 1 0

Si20
00
1-

1,931 60
160 Ou
193 00
■ 2 ,2 1 4 0b
57 lu

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
j e c t to check....................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

$81,756 69

Total

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

$20,000 03
4 ,0 0 0 00
1 ,6 17 03
18 ,438 42
4 ,3 35 78
33 ,365 48
$81,756 69

NAMES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
S. D. W yatt, Fond du Lac
G. A. Knapp, Fond du
Lac ...................................
P. B. Haber, Fond du Lac
J. A. Merryman, Fond du
Lac
....................................
II. E. Swett, Fond du Lac
F. J. Ruep'ng, Fond du
Lac ...............
C. A. Galloway, Fond du
Lac ...................................
F. M. Givens, Fond du Lac
.7. C. W hittelsey
estate,
Fond du Lac ..................
Chas. Schrelber, Oshkosh
E. P. Sawyer, Oshkosh. .
J. W. Hiner, Chicago, 111
A. J. Pullen, North Fond
du Lac ................■...........
C. C. Tripp, North Fond
du L a c ...............................
B. F. Potter, North Fond
du Lac .............................


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$2 ,000 00
1,900 00
1,0 00 00
1,000 00
2,0 00 00
500 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2,9 00 00
500 0«
800 00
800 00
500 00
800 00
200 00
*

200 00

J.

E. Koepen'ck, North
Fond du Lac ................
■T. A. Tynan, North Fond du
Lac ....................................
H.
E.
Hoffman,
North
Fond du Lac ..................
J. F. Thorscn, North Fond
du Lac .............................
C. E. Urbahns, Chicago, 111.
C. L. Le'ghty, North Fond
du Lac .............................
F. B. Givens. Fond
du Lac
Mrs. H. E. Hoffman, North
Fond du Lac ................
J. II. Porter, Oshkosh___
J.
S.
Brodhead
estate,
North Fond du L a c .........
Mary McLean. Fond du Lac
Ella S. Carberry, North
Fond du L a c ......................
J. P. Kalt, Fond du L a c ..
Total

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

300 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
200 00
100 00
800 00
100 00
1,2 00 00
100 00
200 00
$2 0,00 0 00

378

Report' of the Commissioner of Banking.

North Freedom— Bank of North Freedom.
R. B. DICKIE, r e s id e n t.
J. T. LAWTON, Vice President.

W, C. HAHN, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
R. B. Dickie,
J. T. Lawton,
A. J. Janzen,
Conrad Egerer,

Wm. Dickie,
W. J. Egerer,
John Egerer.

Statement, November 10. 1910.
R esources.

Loans and discounts . . . .
Overdrafts ...........
TJ. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
'Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Other real estate o w n e d ..
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Cold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
TJ. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total

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

L iab ilities.

$54,687 29
90 32
33 ,788
3 ,5 0 0
1 ,5 00
1 ,7 5 0

30
00
Oo
00

23 ,017 75
2 ,0 5 2 l i
. 61 67
2 .0 0 0 00
848 60

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

$10,000 00
2 ,5 0 0 00
2 ,1 35 05
22 ,603 74
4 ,6 7 2 19
86 ,110 77

4 ,0 6 6 00
59 71
$128,021 75

Total

......................... $128,021 75

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.


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$200 00

Edw.
S. Egerer, North
Freedom ................
Margarette Egerer, North
Freedom ................
00 T. L. Knauss, North Freedom ........................
00 A. R. Spaulding, North
Freedom ................
00 F. Dockham, North Freedom ........................
00 P. D.
Stackman, North
Freedom ................
00 Chas. Klumpp, North Freedom ........................
00 John Dickie, North Freedom ........................
00 R. B. Dickie, Admr., North
Freedom ................
00 Fred Ritzenthaler, North
Freedom .............
00 W alter C. Hahn, North
Freedom ................
00
Total

100 00
500
1,800
700
500
500
100
500
500
800
100

100 00
100 00
1,0 00 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
00
o
o

Wm. Shale, B araboo...........
Tim Hackett, North Free­
dom ...................................
Conrad
Egerer,
North
Freedom . .........................
Wm. Dickie, North Freedom .........................
John Barker, North Free­
dom ....................................
W. J. Egerer, North Free­
dom ......................
John Egerer, North Free­
dom ...................................
R. B. Dickie, North Free­
dom ....................................
Sarah Dickie, North Free­
dom ....................................
A. J. Janzen, North Free­
dom ...................................
J. T. Lawton, North Free­
dom ...................................
R. S. Lange, North Free­
dom .....................

00

700 00
100 00
400 On
$ 10,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

379

North Milwaukee— Citizens Bank of North Milwaukee.
T. W. SPKNC’E, President.
* CHAS. H. KROHN, Cashier.
E. D. CODDINGTON, Vice President.
A. PALGLASE, Asst. Cashier.
DIR E C TO RS.
•T. H. Rohr,
E. D. Coddington,
Chas. H. Krohn.

T. W. Spence,
T. H. Spence,
E. J. Henning,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.
Loans and discou nts.........
$71,129
U. S., state, municipal and
..................*
28 ,300
other bonds
Premium on bonds ...........
104
Furniture and fixtures. . .
1 ,5 4 0
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
24 ,982
Checks on other banks and
cash items ...........................
186
Gold coin .............................
620
Silver coin ..........................
593
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
5 ,4 5 2
Nickels and cents . . . . . . . .
77
Accrued interest ................
248
Total ........................

J.

00
50
00
09
58
0 i
50

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent. expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit ...................................
Savings deposits ................
Certified checks ..................

$10,000 00
600 00
696 25
11 00
51 ,685 17
5 ,4 2 4 42
63 ,320 6b
1 ,4 9 6 50

00
46
12

$133,233 99

Total

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

N AM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Mrs. Y irg'nia T. Foulkes,
Milwaukee .........................
$600 00
G. W. Carleton, Waukesha
Henry
A. Carleton, Cawker
200 00
100
City, K as.........
W.
.T.
Maegli, North M il­
200 00
waukee .............................
500 00
H. L. Oeflein, H a rtla n d ..
500 00 John I. Mayer, Milwaukee
Chas. H. Krohn, North
Milwaukee ........................
200 00
C.
Griffith,
St.
1,5 00 00 Arthur
Marys, P a........
100
200 00 Allen A. Griffith, St. Marys,
Pa.......................
100
200 00 Grace M. Carleton, Wauke­
sha ......................................
600 00
H.
A.
Wagner,
North
Milwaukee ........................
100 00
Minnie Breitwich, Extx.,
Milwaukee ...............
200 00

H. Rohr, North M il­
waukee ...............................
Fred W. Rogers, M ilwau­
kee ......................................
E. .7. Henning, North M il­
waukee ..............................
.T. H. Marshutz, Milwaukee
W. C. Quarles, M ilwau­
kee ......................................
Mrs. Kate Siegert, M ilwau­
kee ......................................
T. W. Spence, M ilw aukee..
Mrs. C. T. Spence, M ilw au­
kee ......................................
Mrs. T. II. Spence, Mil­
waukee .............................
T. H. Spence,
Milwaukee
Chas. Eggert, North M il­
waukee ...........................
E. D. Coddington, North
Milwaukee ......................
W. C. Schwartzburg, North
Milwaukee ......................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

74

100 00

Total

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

$133,233 99

600 00
100 00
00
100 00
1,800 00
100 00
1 ,1 0 0 00
00
00
100 00
500 00
200 00
$1 0,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

380

Norwalk— Norwalk State Bank.

M. GOETZ, President.
HENRY SCHELL, Vice President.

C. F. HORNUNG, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
M. Goetz,
C. H. Dreier,
Henry Schell,

J. P. Andres,
John Weibel.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and d iscounts......... $110,001 12
3 ,3 09 7 3
Overdrafts ...................... ..
Banking house ..................
5 .0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
965 Oo
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
29 ,778 75
Due from other h a n k s ....
27 ,4 1 7 34
Gold coin .............................
740 00
Silver coin ...........................
458 15
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
5 ,9 03 00
Nickels and c e n t s .. ...........
35 97
Total

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

$190,509 06

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ....................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

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

$15,000 00
5 ,0 3 0 00
1 ,6 6 8 58
30 ,692 58
138,147 90

$190,509 06

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
M. Goetz, N orw alk................
Henry Schell, W ilton . . . .
C. FT. Dreier, N orwa'k . .
.1. P. Andres, Norwalk . .
Fred Luetke, Norwalk . .
John Weibel, Norwalk . .
II. L. Vieth, Norwalk . .


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$S,000
3,900
1,000
100
900
300
300

00 Mrs. Rosalia Gcetz, Norwalk .................................
00
00 M iss OFve Goetz, Norwalk
00 C. F Hornung, Norwalk. .
00
00
Total ........................
00

100 00
100 00
300 00
$15,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

381

N o r w a y — The Farmers State Bank of Norwalk.

FRANK W ARTM AN, President.
H. L. VIETH , Vice President.

OTTO W. SPRECHER, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Frank W artman,
IT. L. Vieth.
Andrew Foth,
Wm. Schell,

W. T. Anev,
Fred W. Noth,
A. C. Koepcke.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
R e so n reo».

Loans and discounts .........
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
' ’urnituro and fixtures . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks ........................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total

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

LiSn1»i I i t i e s .

$88,915 10
9 .7 52 50
1.4 00 00
8 .8 4 0
7,0 3 0
a o"
551

.82
28
oo
50

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund
....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent: expenses and taxes
Paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................

$10.000 oo
1 ,0 00 Oo
734 H
17 .419 24
64 ,708 7o

3,7 9 5 00
131 38
$9 3.860 08

Total

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

$93,860 08

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Wm. SchrR, N o r w a lk ....
Otto W. Sprecher, Norwalk
Frank W artman, Norwalk
Henry Vieregge, N orwalk.
Frank Quackenbush, Nor­
walk
.................................
A. C. Koepcke, N o r w a lk ...
Joe Brieske, Jr. Norwalk
Fred W. Noth, Norwalk. .
Henry Pfuhl, N o r w a lk ...
H. L. Vieth, Norwalk. . . .
Aug. Sommerfield, Norwalk
Ed. R. Bergman. Norwalk
H. W. Vieth, Norwalk. . .
Anton Koch, Jr.. Norwalk
Andrew Foth, N orwalk. .
August. Vieth estate, Nor­
walk ...................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$1,000 00
1,0 00 00
1.0 00 oo
200 00
100 OO
100 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
900 00
100 00
100 00
500 00
200 00
500 00
500 00

M. O. Wallace, Norwalk. .
Katie Munz. Norwalk . . .
Mrs. Wm. Munz. Norwalk
M. E. Adams, N o r w a lk ...
Joseph
Marburger,
Norwn k . . . . .........................
W. T. Aney, N o r w a lk ....
Christ. Meyer. N orw alk. .
•Take Meyer. Norwalk . . . .
Frank Falke, N o r w a lk ....
H. Purdoe Wright, Raraboo
M. II. Freisleben. Norwalk
'n to n Steinhoff, N orw alk ..
II nry Munz, N orw alk.........
Simon Vieregge, Norwalk.
Total

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

100
100
100
500

OP
00
Oft
00

500
500
200
200
200
200
400
100
100
200

Oft
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

____________

$10,000 00

382

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

Oakfleld— Bank of Oakfield.

P. J. BRISTOL, President.
C. G. MORGAN, Vice President.

W. E. BRISTOL, Cashier.
GRACE A. ORVIS, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
P. J. Bristol.
A. J. Worthing,
C. G. Morgan,

C. Ilenningsen,
W.' E. Bristol.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and d iscounts......... $157,440 4fc
Overdrafts .............
910 65
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ......................
13,902 50
Banking house ....................
6 .0 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
2 ,5 4 4 02
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
40 ,537 02
Due from other banks. . . .
203 00
Gold coin . ! ........................
1 ,0 4 0 00
Silver coin .............
535 35
U S. and national cur­
rency .................................
5,2 71 00
Nickels and ce n ts...............
57 22
Bills receivable ..................
494 05
Total

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

$228,935

2',

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
Notes
and
bills
re-discounted .............................

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

$25,000 00
3 ,5 0 0 On
9 ,1 3 9 71
62 ,573 8*
121,£91 85
o 87
6 .8 27 On

$228,935 27

NAMES OP STOCKHOLDERS.
W. E. B ristol, Oakfield. .
P. .T. B ristol, O a k fie ld ....
C. G. Morgan, Oakfield. . .
W. It. W orthing, O akfield..
.Tames IT. B eim e, Oakfield
Mrs. Hattie Burns, Oakfield
C. Henningsen, O akfield..


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$8,000
6.4 00
6.4 00
1,200
400
500
400

00
00
00
00
OO
00
00

A. J.
W orthing, Oakfield.
P. W.
Smith, Fond du Lac
W. C.
Ehrhardt, Oakfield.
P. B. Worthing, Oakfield. .
Total

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

400
400
500
400

00
00
00
00

$25,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

383

Oconomowoc— Bank of Oconomowoc.
w . S. DIBBLE, President.
LOREN EDW ARDS, Vice President.

B. G. EDGERTON, Cashier.
OTTO C. PETERS, Asst. Cashier.
JOHN F. FLANAGAN, Asst. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
W. S. Dibble,
Loren Edwards,
B.
G. Edgerton,
W. S. Wing

Chas. H. Jackson,
Edw. S'. Thompson,
Chas. Walther.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discou nts......... $281,047 69
Overdrafts ..........................
4 ,8 4 7 35
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
143,770 80
Stocks and other securi­
ties .....................................
700 00
Banking house ....................
9 ,9 4 9 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
6,1 4 3 2V
Due from approved reserve
banks .............................
61,759 26
Due from other banks . . .
144 78
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
964 98
Exchanges
for
clearing
house .................................
1 ,4 0 0 73
Gold coin .............................
10 ,185 0.,
Silver coin ..........................
2 ,6 2 8 60
U. S', and national cur­
16 ,976 0b
rency .............................. .
Nickels and cents .............
363 88
Due from U. S'. Treasurer,
currency sent for re­
demption ..........................
1 ,0 00 00
Total

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

$541,881 28

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
rw tified checks ..................
Cashier’ s checks outstand­
ing .............
Notes
and
bills
re-dis­
counted .............................

Total

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

$5 0,00 0 00
10 ,000 00
2 ,8 3 9 98
148,484 23
197,977 94
121,249 75
1 2o
1 ,3 2 8 18
1 0 ,0 :0 0,.

$541,881 28

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
H. M. Ackley, Oconomowoc
W. S'. Dibble, Oconomowoc
H. K. Edgerton estate,
Oconomowoc ....................
Mrs. Mary F. Lardner,
Oconomowoc ....................
F. B. Brown, Oconomowoc
C. L. K ellogg Oconomowoc
Mrs. Sarah Ann Edgerton,
Oconomowoc ....................
Mrs. Jennie
L.
Dibble,
Oconomowoc ....................
B. G. Edgerton, Oconomo­
w oc ....................................
John S. King, W atertown.
P. J. Peterson, Winnetka,

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

111

W. W. Hastings, Oconomo­
woc ......................................
N. A. Ernst, Oconomowoc
Ernst & Thompson, o c o n o ­
mowoc .........................
Edw. S. Thompson, Ocono­
mowoc ...............................
Chas. H. Jackson, Ocono­
mowoc ...............................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$11,000 00
3,200 00

Imogene Seamans, W auwa­
tosa ....................................
Loren Edwards, Oconomo­
w oc ....................................
4.000 00
Celestia Edwards, Ocono­
mowoc ...............................
7.000 00
Varon Ilainton, Los Ange­
2,900 00
les, Cal...............................
3.000 00
George W. Munger, Ocono­
mowoc ................................
500 00
Isabelle B. Givens, Fond
du L a c ...............................
1.000 00
Chas. Walther, Oconomo­
woc ."...................................
2,100 00
500 00 Jane K. Anketell, Delafieid ....................................
600 00 W. S. Wing, Oconomowoc
E. O. E. Otto, Oconomo­
1,0 00 00
w oc ...................................
1 ,000 00 W alter L. Nelson, Ocono­
mowoc ...............................
500 00 J. N. Peacock, Oconomo­
woc ........... j ......................
1,000 00
Total . . . . . . . . . . . .
500 00

500 00
900 00
500 09
2,000 09
500 00
1,400 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
900 00
500 00
500 Ob
500 00
$50,000 00

384

Report• of the Commissioner of Banking.

Oconto Falls— State Bank of Oconto Fal?s.

O. C. MADSEN, President.
A LBE R T BOYCE, Vice President.

T. F. REYNOLDS, Cashier.
M. L. THOMAS, Asst. Cashier.
J. W. REYNOLDS, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTO RS.
O.
T.
A.
II.

C. Madsen,
F. Reynolds,
Lipshitz,
B. Bennett,

Albert Boyce
August Birr,
C. F. Meyer.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Banking house
................
Furniture andfix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
'■ash item s ...............................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
LT. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............
Total

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

L iab ilities.

«$99,807
9
7 ,1 5 0
1 ,1 50

65
11
Oi.
On

11 ,820 19
578 02
20 00
549 30
4 ,7 4 8 00
134 04
$125,466 91

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ...................................
Dividends unpaid ...............
Individual
drncsits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ...............
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ......................................
Total

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

$25,000 00
8 ,5 0 0 00
255 09
44 0 00

17 ,579 89
61 ,327 56
14,961 37
2,4 03 00
$125,466 91

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
T.

F. Reynolds, Oconto
Falls .................................
Jane
M cAllister,
M ari­
nette .................................
O C. Madsen, West DePere
Wm. Sehruhhe estate Oc­
onto F a lls...........................
('has. f . Meyer, Oconto
Falls .................................
Louisa Radnge. Sam pson..
Ilyman Friedstein, M ari­
nette ..................................
Fdward Jnhnke. S am pson..
August Birr, Oconto Falls
A. Lioshitz. Oconto Falls
IT. B. Bennett Oconto Falls
Albert Boyce. Oconto Falls
S. H. Reynolds, Shawano.
ML.
Thomas,
Oconto
Falls .................................


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$ 5 ,000 00
5,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
100 00
1,000
100
500
1,500
500
2,0 00
1 ,1 0 0

00
00
00
00
00
00
Oo

1 ,5 00 00

To^n
Schroeder,
Oconto
Falls ....................................
500
C. N. Prausa, Oconto Fall ;
100
Peter Tverson. Lena, It. F.
D. No 1 .............
200
Cb '■ st Chr'stensen, Lena,
R- F. D ................
400
August Krieser. Solreski. It.
F. D .......................
100
Clara M. Fry,M ilw aukee..
«1,000
W. F. Lyons, Crystal Falls,
M ich.......................
500
Carl Meyer, Oconto Falls.
500
■Tule Lhotte,
Oconto Falls
200
E. ,T. M arcouiller, Oconto
Falls ..........................
200
J. W. Reynolds, Oconto
Falls .................................
500
Total

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

00
00
00
00
09
00
00
0(1
00
00
On

$25,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

385

Ordensburg— The Farmers State Bank of Ogdensburg.

HANS JOHNSON. President.
A. D. SIIAMBEAU, Vice President.

II. II. JOHNSON. Cashier.

D IRECTO RS.
H. H. Johnson,
K M Livermore,
II. Herbert,

A. D. Shambean,
P. II. Teterson.

Statement, November 10, 1010.
R esources.

Loans and discounts.........
Banking house ...................
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
rency .................................
Nickels and cents .............

L iab ilitie s.

$71,049 85
2 ,5 0 0 0b
1 ,9 7 4 4o
17,871 49
3,981 74
815 Oh
247 60
1,8 8 3 00
73 60

Total ......................... $100,396 68

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ....................
Demand certificates of de­
.........
posit
Time certificates of de­
posit
...............................
Savings deposits ..................
Total ........................

$ 1 0 ,0 0 0 0 0
200 00
2 ,2 4 0 8;
16,641 14
20 ,0 2 7 00
5 0 ,722 91
564 76
$100,396 68

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
Hans Johnson, N elsonviile.
Theo. Johnson, Nelsonviile
H. II. Johnson, Ogdensburg
Chas. .Tasman, OgdensburgHenry Schafer. Ogdensburg
A. D. Shambeau, Ogdens­
burg ...................................
Mrs. ffm . Shambeau, Og­
densburg ...............
IL J. Hanson, Ogdensburg
J. C. Johnson. Ogdensburg
P. H. Peterson
Ogdens­
burg ...................................
J. IT. Anderson, Ogdens­
burg ....................................
Thomas Johnson, Ogdens­
burg ....................................
T. M. Hafner. Ogdensburg
Halvor Olson, M anawa. . .
F. M. Livermore, Ogdens­
burg ...................................

Wm, Ratcliffe,

Ogdensburg

25—-B,

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$4 .100 00
1 ,0 00 00
1,000 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
100 00
100 00
500 0b
100 00

J00 00

Harry
Herbert,
Ogdensburg ........................
John Moore, Ogdensburg. .
Jos. Keating. Ogdensburg.
U. G. Lytle, Ogdensburg. .
C. E. Huffcut. Ogdensburg
C. S. O. Christenson, Og­
densburg ...........................
II. E. Olson, loia .............
J. II. Herbert. Ogdensburg
C. A. Jenkins, Manawa. .
Wm. J. Hughes, Winneeonne .................................
Minna Schlichting, Ogdens­
burg ...................................
Anton Danielson. Ogdens­
burg ...................................
Peter Rasmussen. T o l a ....
J. B. Jensen, M a n a w a ....
L, II. Johnson, Nelsonviile
Total .................... ..

100
100
100
100
100

00
00
00
00
00

100
100
100
100

00
0u
00
00

100 00
400 00
100
100
100
100

OO
00
00
00

$10,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

38G

Omro— Farmers Bank of Omro.

K. II. 11ACKETT, President.
JOHN I). TRELEVAN , Vice President.

A. J. M ARBLE, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
R. II. Ilackett,
John I). Trelevan,
A. J. Marble,
E. Sargeant,

G. H. Cliarlesworth,
Jos. D. Trelevan,
John Challoner.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Ijiu îiilitie s .

Loans and discounts . . . . $321,868
Overdrafts ...........................
947
Li. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
7 ,3 67
Banking house ....................
4 ,5 0 0
Furniture and fixtures. . .
1 ,5 0 0
Due from approved reserve
53 ,039
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
1,3 5 2
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
163
Gold coin .............................
2,4 1 5
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,0 32
U. S'. and national cur­
rency ..................................
2 ,1 4 9
216
Nickels and cen ts......... .. . .
Total

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

02
09
09
Oo
00
74
90
65
00
90

Capital stock paid
in....
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Due to banks— D e p o s its ...
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Certified checks ..................

$30,000 00
6 ,0 0 0 01»
6 ,6 8 9 03
1 ,7 38 96
76,929 92
251,949 44
22,891 75
354 00-

0i)
9n

$396,553 Ì0

Total

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

$396,553 10

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
A. J. Marble, O m ro.............
R. M. Trelevan. O m ro.........
W. S. Marks. O m ro................
C. II. Larrabee, O m ro.........
S'. Larrabee, O m ro................
John D. Trel€r'an. Omro. . .
E. Sargeant. O m ro...............
•Tos. D. Trelevan. Omro. . . .
Henry Searle, R ip o n ...........
G. II. Cliarlesworth, Om ro.
Rebecca
L.
Wakeman,
extrx., and R. II. Hackett, eerr.. Oshkosh.............
Carrie E. Hackett. Oshkosh.
Albert Wilson. R ip o n .........
J. A. Tuttle, M a rsh fie ld ...


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00 Charles Barber, Oshkosh. . .
00 E. P. Sawyer, Oshkosh. . . .
00 J. II. Poster. Oshkosh.........
00 Charles Schriber. Oshkosh.
00 LI. B. Winslow. O m ro.........
00 E. A. Earle. O m ro................
00 H. C. Scott. O m ro................
00 J. S'. Daniels, O m ro.............
00 E. C. .Tones. O m ro.............
00 John Challoner. O sh kosh..
Goldie and Robert Chase,
Omro .................................
6,3 00 00 R. II. Ilackett, O sh k o sh ...
1 .0 0 0 00
Total ..........................
200 00
300 00

$1,000
200
2 ,0 0 0
400
200
1,000
1 ,5 0 0
2,000
500
1,000

500 09
1,000 00
1 .0 0 0 00
1,000 00
400 00
100 00
100 00
100 00
100 Ot,
1,000 00
100 00
7,0 00 00
$30,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

387

Oostburg— Oostburg State Bank.

PETEK DAANE, President.
G. GRAVEN, Vice President.

JOHN BRETHOUW ER, Cashier.
S. E. IIUIBREGTSE, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
John Theune,
Adrian Eaas,
Adrian Brasser,
S. E. Huibregtse,
P. J. Brill,

Garret Graven,
Peter Daane,
John Brethomver,
J. II. Dulmes.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discou nts......... $114,620 15
Overdrafts ...........................
2 27
U. S., state, municipal and
other b,onds
............
14 ,897 36
Banking house
............
5 ,2 0 7 52
Eurniture andfix t u r e s ...
3 ,1 8 7
0b
Due from approved reserve
40 ,575 92
banks .................................
Gold coin .............................
790 00
492 45
Silver coin ...........................
U. S', and national cur­
rency ..................................
3 ,9 9 9 00
97 85
Nickels and cents ........... .
Total ........................

$183,869 60

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ...........................................
Individual
deposits, subto check ...........................
Demand certificates o f deP°sit ...................................
J ime certificates of de_ P?si* ...................................
Savings deposits ................
Total ........................

$2 5,00 0 00
1 .0 0 0 00

3 226 53
83 ,809 7 >
12,411 40
53 ,1 5 7 40
5 ,2 6 4 54
$183,869 60

NAM ES O P STO C K H O L D E R S.
Peter Daane, Oostbnrg. . .
Susan DeMunck, Oostburg
Garrit Ruesink, Oostburg.
H. Le Mahieu, O o stb u rg ..
Fred Tempas, H ingham . ..
Joe Van Roo, O o stb u rg ,.
John Van Sluis, Oostburg
Adrian Eaas, Oostburg.. . .
John Lemkuil, Oostburg. .
G. Graven, Oostburg . . . .
Henry P. Brethouwer, Oost­
burg ....................................
Chris Tempas, Hingham . .
A. .T. Gruepink, Oostbnrg.
S. E. Huibregtse, Oost­
burg . ..................................
Kono Pupnek. Cedar Grove
James Wykhuis, Oostbung.
John
Brethouwer,
Oost­
burg .....................................


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$1 .700 00 Adrian Leinse, Oostburg. ..
100 00 Mathew Daane, Oostburg. .
200 00 Henry Draayers, Oostburg.
200 00 Ben Stockdyk, Oostburg. .
100 00 H. Damkot, O ostburg.........
200 00 Jacob P. Daane. Oostburg
200 00 Adrian. Ingelse. Oostburg. .
400 00 Dave
Westerbeke,
Oost­
500 00
burg ....................................
300 00 Jacob Brasser. Sheboygan.
John Orlebeke, Oostburg. .
300 00 P. IT. Dirkse, Oostbnrg. . . .
300 0b John Daane. O o s t b u r g ....
500 00 Win. .Tagerink, Oostburg.
II. J. Duenck. O o stb n rg ...
300 On Jacob Hartman. Oostburg.
300 00 A. .T. Duenck, Cedar Grove.
100 00 Mrs.
Johana
Lammers,
Oostburg ............................
1,000 00 Anthony Lammers, Oostburg

300
300
500
100

00
00

00
00

200 00

500 00

200 00
100
500
400
200
100
300

00
00
00
00
00
On

100 00
500 00

100 00
200 00
100 00

388

Report? of the Commissioner of Banking.

N AM ES OF S T O C K H O L D E R S -C on tin u ed.
G. ,T. Lammers, O o stb u rg ..
J. A. Blau, Oostburg.........
Raymond Irvine, Bodema,
Penn.....................................
Henry Ten Dolle, Sheboy­
gan Falls .........................
John Heinen, Sheboygan
Falls .................................
George Van Driest, Cedar
Grove ..................................
,T. W. Hesslink, Oostburg.
G. W. Nyenhuis, Oostburg
Adrian Daane, Oostburg. .
H. M. Groenveld, Sheboy­
gan Falls .........................
Judith Groenveld, Sheboy­
gan F alls ........................
John J. Theune, Oostburg.
Henry Dirkse, Oostburg. .
D. B. TeGrotenhuis, Oost­
burg ....................................
William Le Mahieu, OostLizzie Le Mahieu, Oostburg
G. ,T. Lohuis, O o s tb u rg ...
E. E. Pantzer, Sheboygan.
A. J. Graven, Oostburg. .
L. B. Faas, O ostburg........
Chas. Craigmile, Sheboy­
gan ......................................
John Theune, Oostburg. . .
Ben
Veldhorst,
Cedar
Grove .................................
W. D. Te Ronde, Oostburg.
Peter Theune, O o s tb u rg ...
Henry Wordes, Oostburg. .


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200 00
300 00

L.

Te Grotenhuis, Oost­
burg ...................... - . ..........
Mathew Lammers, Sheboy­
200 00
gan Falls ........................
Daniel Smies, Cedar Grove
200 00 John P. Brill, Oostburg. .
H. J. Nyenhuis, Oostburg.
100 00 Bart Ver Straate, Oost­
burg ....................................
200 00 John Te Ronde, Oostburg.
200 00 Edward Was, Oostburg. . .
100 00 W illiam Rauwerdink, Oost­
burg ....................................
200 00
Arnold Huibregtse, Oost­
100 00
burg . ..................................
Peter J. Brill, Oostburg. .
100 00 Adrian
Brasser,
Sheboy­
200 00
gan .....................................
100 00 J. H. Dulines, Oostburg. . .
.1. H. Siebelink, Oostburg. .
100 00 Herman Bemke, Oostburg.
T. E. Pritchard, M ilwau­
600 00
kee ......................................
200 00 W. J. Te Selle, New Or­
500 00
leans, L a.............................
200 00 D 'rk Hartman, Oostbung. .
200 00 W. H. Sprangers, Oostburg
100 00 Peter J. Daane, Oostburg.
John .T. Daane, Oostburg.
200 00 Susie M. Daane. Oostburg.
1,500 00 NIc. Brusse, Gibbsville. . . .
A. W. Sorens, Oostburg. .
400 00 Ben Brethonwer, Oostburg
100 00 G. W. Wisselink, Ilingham
100 00
500 00
Total

100 00
200
200
200
100

On
00
00
00

200 00
200 00
100 00
400 00
200 00
500 00
500
500
200
100

00
00
00
00

500 00
1,000
200
100
100
100
100
200
200
400
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
Ou

$25,000 00

Reports of State Banks.

389

Oregon— Bank of Oregon.

J. E. EITEL, President.
ELLA LITE L , Vice President.

J. F. LITE L , .Tr.. Cashier.
O. E. RICHARDS, Asst. Cashier.

D IRECTO RS.
J. E. Litel,
J. F. Litel, Jr.

Ella Litel,

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and d is c o u n t s .... $142,116 89
Overdrafts ...........................
1 ,7 1 2 50
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
8,9 2 2 5u
Furniture and fixtures. . .
1 ,5 0 0 00
Due from approved reserve
18,582 11
banks ...............................
Due from other banks . . . .
8 ,7 72 90
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
1,4 51 86
Gold coin .............................
1 ,4 45 00
Silver coin ...........................
584 10
U. S. and national cur­
rency ...................
7,5 99 On
Nickels and ce n ts..
77
68
Total ......................... $192,764 5?

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
...................
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
je ct to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................

Total

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

$10,000 00
3 ,3 0 0 00
371 11
62 ,933 5>
116,159 86

$192,764 5^

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
J. F. Litel, Jr., O r e g o n ...
Ella Litel, Albany ...........


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$ 4 ,9 0 0 00 i J. E. Litel, Albany
100 00
1
Total ...........

5,000 00

$10,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

390

Orfordville— Farmers and Merchants Bank of Orfordville.

O. P. GAARDER, President.
O. A. PETERSON, Vice President.

T. E. TOELEFSRUD, C asher.
ALICE ROSSITER, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.

o.
o.

P. Gaarder,
A. Peterson,
T. E. Tollefsrud,
G. Clemetson,

E. H. Skinner,
A. P. Gaarder,
T. A. Tollefson

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilit ie s .

Loans and discounts
. . . . $137,390 79
Overdrafts ...........................
1,0 4 9 97
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
2 ,2 2 5 00
Due from approved reserve
■ banks ...............................
44,453 27
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
967 22
Gold coin .............................
560 00
Silver coin ...........................
945 50
U. S. and national cur­
4 ,8 3 4 00
rency .................................
160 5^
Nickels and cents .............
Total

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

$192,586 29

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ...................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ...............
Total

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

$25,000 00
8 ,0 0 0 00
7,8 2 7 73
65 ,438 3^
8,421 43
63 ,983 21
13,915 50
$192,586 29

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
H. C. Rude, O rfordville. .
E. H. Skinner, B elo it.........
Julia Roen, O rfordville. . .
T. A. Tollefson, Orfordville
Mrs. Jane Trulson, Orford­
ville ....................................
Mrs. Oscar Roen, Orford­
ville ....................................
K. B. Thoen estate, Orfofdville ...........................
A. P. Gaarder, Orfordville
E. N. Haugen, Orfordville
H. N. W agley, O rfordville
A. C. Gaarder, O rfordville
II. Christianson, Orford­
ville ....................................
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$500
1,000
500
500
500
500
1 ,0 00
1 ,0 0 0
500
500
500

00 O. A. Peterson. Orfordville
0^ G’. Clemetson, O rford v ille..
00 L. E. Lunda, O rfordville. .
00 T. E. Tollefsrud, Orford­
ville ....................................
00 Mrs. S. II. Smith, Janes­
ville .....................................
00 L. B. Carle estate, Janes­
ville ...............
Ou Mrs. A. P. Lovejoy, Janes­
00
ville .....................................
00 S. O. Onsgard. O rfordville
00 O. P. Thoen, Spring Grove,
00
M inn......................................

500 00
4 ,5 00 00

Total

5 ,5 0 0 00
2,0 00 00
500 00
1,0 0 0 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
1,000 00
1 ,5 00 0b
$25,000 00

Reports of Siate Banks.

391

Osceola— Bank of Osceola.

CHARLES II. OAKEY, President.
CARL M. LYNN, Vice President.

H ARRY C. HARDING, Cashier.
JEAN A. SLEEPER, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Charles II. Oakey,
Margaret C. Oakey,
Harry C. Harding,

M. J. O'Reilly,
Jean A. Sleeper.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L ia b ilit ie s .

R esou rces.
Loans and discounts . . . . $275,375 43
TJ. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
10 ,4 0 0 00
Ranking house ...................
4 ,3 0 0 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ...
1 ,5 0 0 On
Other real estate o w n e d ..
2 ,1 25 00
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
58 ,950 25
Due from other banks . . .
53 52
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
206 92
Gold coin .............................
310 OO
Silver coin ...........................
760 On
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
6 ,8 73 On
Nickels and cents .............
71 34
Total ........................

$360,925 4 »

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................

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

$2 5,00 0 00
6,0 0 0 00
5 ,3 43 76
80 00
84,145 35
6 ,4 6 3 90
233,892 47

$360,925 48

NAM ES OF STO C K H O L D E R S.
Chas. Arndt, O sceola.........
S. C. B enjam ’n, O s c e o la ...
E. J. Cording. Osceola. . .
Nis. Hansen, O sceola.........
Edwin
Holcomb,
Copas,
M inn.....................................
Harry C. Harding. Osceola
May E. Harding. Osceola.
Carl M. Lynn, O sceola. . . .
Chas. Lundberg, Osceola. .
Chas. H. Oakey, Osceola.
Sami. G. Oakey. M adison.
Margaret C. Oakey, Osceola
Wm. E. Oakey, M ad ison ..
Edw. A. Oakey, M adison. .


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Arthur F. Oakey, Sherry.
Sami. F. Oakey, O sceola ..
M. J. O’ Reilly, O sceo'a. . .
Mary O. Miller, Rhine­
lander ...............................
L.
J. Ramsey. O s c e o la ....
200 OO
1,600 00 Alice P> Ramsey, Los Ange­
les. CaJ.................................
100 00
200 00 Jacob Stelling, O s c e o 'a ...
100 00 Jean A. Sleeper, Osceola. .
9 .8 0 0 00 Fred. Sorenson, Osceola. .
2,000 00 Mark E. Sargent, Osceola.
1,000 00 P>. Volkering, O sceola.........
400 00
Total .........................
500 00
$200 00
2 .5 0 0 00
200 00
500 00

500 00
100 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
1.500 00
500 00
200 00
1,000 00
500 00
200 09
100 00
100 00
$25,000 00

Report of the Commissioner of Banking.

392

Oshkosh— South Side Exchange Bank.

JOS. KLOECKNER, President.
WM. GLATZ, Vice President.

H. EILERS, Cashier.
It. E. JONES, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Jos. Kloeckner,
M. C. Mertz,
Wm. J. Glatz,
J. G. Menzel,
Clemans Kaudy,

H. Ellers,
N. C. Werbke,
John C. Zentner,
Otto C. Laahs.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discou nts......... $417,946 31
Overdrafts ...........................
97 53
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
105,000 00
Due from approved reserve
banks l ...............................
73 ,356 87
Due from other b a n k s ....
63 ,733 14
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
3 ,9 1 4 86
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
house ................................
1 ,3 25 10
36 ,185 0o
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,9 0 6 00
U. S. and national cur­
rency ..................................
13 ,6 7 4 00
Nickels and cen ts................
449 20
Total

......................... $7 17,588 01

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ....................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit ............................
Savings deposits ................

Total

$2 5,00 0 00
22 ,0 0 0 06
7 ,6 5 4 72
60 00
66 ,301 22
8 ,2 8 7 0u
47 3,47 9 74
114,805 33

......................... $717,588 Or

r
N AM ES OF
Lizzie Barnard, Oshkosh. . .
Helen A. Beach estate,
Oshkosh .............................
Mrs. Frances A. Bennett,
Rockford, 111......................
F. A. Baumann estate, Los
Angeles, Cal......................
Madeline Buckstaff, Osh­
kosh ....................................
John Daum. Oshkosh.........
H. E'lers, Oshkosh ...........
Chr. Elser, Oshkosh...........
Geo. H. Foster, Oshkosh.
T. H. Farrow, Oshkosh. . .
Faber & Lutz Bros., Osh­
kosh ....................................


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$250 00

John H. Lloyd, Racine. . .
John H. Laabs, O sh kosh..
E. A. Lull, Oshkosh......... ..
Mrs. Mabel McPherson es­
250 00
tate, Oshkosh....................
J. G. Menzel, Oshkosh. . . .
250 00 Mrs. Mary
Mertz, Osh­
kosh ....................................
100 00 Matt. C. Mertz, Oshkosh. .
100 00 Mrs. Paulina Mehlmann,
2 ,0 0 0 00
Oshkosh ............................
250 00 Mrs. Anna Murphy, Osh­
2 ,2 50 00
kosh ...................................
250 00 M. Nicolai estate, Oshkosh
Wm. Glatz, Oshkosh . . . . . .
200 00 G’eo. Hilton, Oshkosh.........
600 00

500 00
250 00
250 00
166 67
500 00
150 00
400 00
500 00
100
150
850
500

00
00
OO
00

Reports of State Banks.

393

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
Aug. Horn estate, Oshkosh
Ph. Ileintz, Oshkosh.........
And. Hanson, O s h k o s h ....
Ira M. Hardy, O sh k o sh ...
Thos. ITagene, O sh k o sh ...
.1. C. ITeise, Oshkosh.........
.T. H. Jenkins, O sh k o sh ...
Miss Annie Jones, Picketts
Mrs. Mary H. Jones, Osh­
kosh ....................................
Chas. Jeschke, O sh kosh..
Casper
Jaspers
estate,
Picketts .............................
Jos. Kloeckner, O sh k o sh ...
Clemens Kaudy, Oshkosh.
O. C. Laabs, Oshkosh.........
Mrs. Arabel Leach, Osh­
kosh ....................................
Jos. J. Nigl, O s h k o s h ....
Caspar Pfeiffer, Oshkosh, R.
F. D. No. 1 ........................


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300 00 A. H. Pittelkow. Oshkosh.
250 00 A. D. Ryckmann, Oshkosh
250 00 Julius Reinke estate, Osh­
kosh ...........................................
350 00
150 00 Ernst Sarau, O s h k o s h ....
50 00 Aug. Streich, O s h k o s h ....
3,0 00 00 Augusta Streich, trustee,
250 00 Oshkosh ....................................
F. C. Schneider, Oshkosh.
100 00 F. E. Shekey, O s h k o s h ....
150 00 J. D. Siewert, O shkosh. . .
Jos.
Stringham, Detroit,
M ich.............................................
150 00
2 ,6 5 0 00 W. P. Warwick, Oshkosh.
150 00 Oscar Witherhy, Oshkosh.
1,500 00 N. C. Werbke, O sh k o sh ...
J. C. Zentner, O sh k o sh ...
33.3 33 Meinrad Zentner. Oshkosh
50 00 Warren G. Maxcy, Oshkosh
250 00

Total

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

100 00
300 00
150 00
100 00
250 00
500 00
250 00
450 00
50 00
10000
350 00
250 00
600 00
250 00
250 00
300 00

$25,000 00

394

Reportll of the Commissioner of Banking.

Oshkosh— State Bank, of Oshkosh.
HENRY DEHDE, President.
HENRY KOSSEL, Vice President.

L. A. GUNZ, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
Henry Dehde,
Henry Kossel,
O. C. Horn,
.T. J. Nisi.
R- H. Edwards,

•T. Y. Hull,
A. Iioos,
Robert Lutz,
John Mulva.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts......... $379,050
Overdrafts ...........................
923
TJ. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
20,S 50
Premium on bonds ...........
239
Furniture and fi x t u r e s ....
3 ,9 5 0
Other real estate ow n ed. .
3 ,4 45
Due from approved reserve
41 ,665
banks ................................
Due from other b a n k s . . . .
12 .240
Exchanges
fo r
clearing­
house .................................
2 ,1 5 5
Gold coin .............................
2 ,9 6 0
Silver coin ...........................
762
l • S. and national c u r ­
6 ,4 7 8
rency .................................
Nickels and cen ts...................
8

30
25
00
20
00
72
35
48
51
00
70

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid .................... '..............
Due to banks— D ep osits..
Dividends unpaid .............
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ...............
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ...............

$75,000 00
14,000 00
5,699 13
11,583 07
24 00
69 ,714 29
157,331 10
141,376 9S

00
12

Total ......................... $474,728 63

Total

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

$474,728 63

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
R.

II. Edwards, Lansing,
A rk........................................
•T. Y. Hull, Oshkosh...........
Mrs. Esther Hull, Oshkosh
Chas. Barber. O s h k o s h ....
IT. R. Swanke. T ig e r t o n ...
A. T. Sanders, F isk ...........
Fred Burgess, O sh k o sh ...
F. N. App'eyard, Oshkosh
Robf. W. Mackie. P ickett.
H. M. Foulk, Oshkosh___
Mrs. Kate Davis, Pickett.
R. F. Pommeren'ng, Osh­
kosh ...................................
Mrs. Mary F. Leach, Osh­
kosh ...................................
Carl Rowekamp, O sh kosh..
Harry B. Keeler, Oshkosh
William Morgan. Eldorado
Chris. Elser, Oshkosh. . . .


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Casper Jasper, P i c k e t t ....
W. V. Jones, P ickett.........
John F. Wendorff, Oshkosh
T. Lincoln Brown, Birm ing­
ham. Eng.............................
Mrs.
Louis Steinke, Osh­
kosh ....................................
L. IT. Williams. Pickett. .
FT. D. Jones, P ick ett.........
Emily F. Skinner, Pickett
Chas. Neitzel, O s h k o s h ...
Fred Zentner, Oshkosh. . .
Delford W ood, Oshkosh. . .
00 Geo. P. Ransom, Oshkosh.
Perry Ransom. O sh kosh..
00 Robt. Lutz, Oshkosh........
00 Chas. B. Cole, South W al­
00
lingford, V t.......................
00 Jos. .T. Nigl, Oshkosh.........
00- Thos. J. Davis, Pickett. . .

$5,300 00
2,5 00 00
500 00
2 ,0 0 0 00
2,000 00
2.O00 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500
500
1.000
500
1,200
500

200 00
200 00
300 00
2,0 00 00
100 00
200 00
200 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
200 00
500 00
100 00
500 Oft
500 00
500 00
500 00

Reports of State Banks.

395

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.


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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

500 00 Chas. F. Rang, Oshkosh. .
500 00 Mrs. A. F. Pommerening,
Oshkosh ................ ...........
200 00
Albert Ziebell, Oshkosh. . .
200 00 Mrs. Lydia Hinz, Duluth,
M inn.....................................
400 00 W id . Daus, Oshkogh...........
300 00 Daniel Davis, P ic k e t t .. . .
300 00 Oscar J. Hardy, Oshkosh.
300 00 Concordia Unions Verein,
Oshkosh .............................
300 00
“ 600 00 R. J. Ross, Oshkosh...........
300 00 Chas. T. Rotliermel, Chi­
300 00
cago, 111...............................
300 00 John Schoettle, O sh kosh..
G. M. Kenfield, Oshkosh. .
300 00 O. L. Jones, P ick ett..........
John Hammerly, Oshkosh.
300 00 A. D. .Tones, P ickett.........
300 00 Miss T illie Zellmer, Osh­
300 00
kosh ....................................
Clark C. Johnson, Oshkosh
300 00 Mary A. Pingrey, Oshkosh.
400 00 W. S. Marks, O m ro...........
300 00 Mrs. Julia L. Stanhilber,
200 00
Oshkosh .............................
400 00 Wm. Becker, Oshkosh.........
1 200 00 I-aura E'. Bean, P ickett. ..
200 00 O u o C. Horn, Oshkosh. . .
200 00 Geo. A. Sarau, O sh k o sh ...
200 00 Chris. Sarau, O s h k o s h ....
500 00 Meta Simpson, O sh k o sh ...
200 00 Mary Siewert, Oshkosh. . .
Augusta Hoppe, Oshkosh. .
200 00 Kathrine N. Drew, guard­
100 00
ian, Oshkosh ..................
500 00 Herman Steckbauer, Osh­
kosh .................................
1 ,500 00
200 00 F. L. Newell, O s h k o s h ....
200 00 Jacob Iluhn, Oshkosh.........
200 00 Michael Stopper, Oshkosh.
200 00 A. Roos, Oshkosh ..............
100 00 L. A. G’unz, Oshkosh.........
Fred H. Stein, Oshkosh. . .
100 00 John Mulva, O shkosh.........
200 00 Henry Dehde, O shkosh. . . .
2 ,000 00 Mary E. Kaltenschnee, Osh­
kosh ....................................
1 ,000 00
200 00 Clara Roos, Oshkosh...........
1 ,000 00 Carl D. Ivoeser, Oshkosh. .
1 .000 00 .Tas. B. Mulva, O sh k o sh ...
200 00 F. W. Fransway, Oshkosh.
200 00 Henry Roewekamp, Osh- •
kosh ............. ......................
200 00
200 00 Julia Van Nostrand, Osh­
kosh .....................................
200 00
100 00 Christine Damler, M anito­
woc ......................................
200 00
Thos. R. Jones, Winnebago.
Eva Morgan. O sh k osh .. . .
100
Katherine Drew. Oshkosh
100 00 Leonora M. Crawfovd, Osh­
100 00
osh .....................................
100 00 Grace M. Davies, Oshkosh
100 '0u Lizzie W itzel, Oshkosh. . .
o
o

Carl Hennig, Oshkosh.........
Agnes Gunz, Oshkosh.........
Jacob Klemmer, Oshkosh.
Matthias Klemmer, Osh­
kosh .............................
A. E. Morgan, Carrington,
N. D ....................................
James Ready, O sh k o sh ...
Eber Simpson, Oshkosh. . .
Jos. B. Koplitz, Oshkosh . .
Fred Abrams, Oshkosh . .
David Lawson, Oshkosh. .
Aug. Giese, Oshkosh.........
William Manzer, Oshkosh.
M ary W allace, Oshkosh. .
Fred, W. Pinkerton, Osh­
kosh ....................................
Herman R. Becker, Osh­
kosh ....................................
Fred Beglinger, Oshkosh. .
Casper Pfeiffer, O s h o s h ...
John Rhyner, Sr., Van
Dyne .................................
Robt. Helm, Oshkosh . . . .
Geo. Nolte, Oshkosh...........
Louis Lang. Oshkosh.........
Dan W itzel, Oshkosh. . . .
Henry Kossel, Oshkosh. . . .
Fredk. C. Nolte, Oshkosh
Abner S. Farrow, F i s k . . . .
Evort A. Clark, Oshkosh. .
Herman Koplitz, Oshkosh. .
W illiam Simms, Oshkosh . .
Geo. H. Buckstaff, Osh­
kosh ....................................
John S. Wegner, Oshkosh.
M. Ebernau, Oshkosh.........
John Schultheis, Kaukauna
Thos. E. Davis, P ic k e t t ...
A. C. Nolte, O shkosh. . . .
Sophia Kempf, Oshkosh. . .
Geo. D. Hauert, O shkosh..
E. B. Ransom, F isk ...........
Mrs. Anna Shuchert, Osh­
kosh ....................................
M. C. Mertz, Oshkosh. . . .
j . Earl Morgan, O sh kosh..
L yd’a E. Morgan, Oshkosh
Lewis Kossel, Oshkosh. . .
Nellie Sanders, F isk ...........
Rilla Sanders, F isk .............
Theo. L. Koplitz, Oshkosh
Frank F. Koplitz, Oshkosh
Chas. Ross, Oshkosh . . . .
Cyrillius Marx, Oshkosh. . .
Jos. Steckbauer, Oshkosh.
Hugh W illiams, P ickett. . .
Chas. Gunz, Oshkosh . . . .
Mrs. Frances Dougherty,
Oshkosh . v ........................
Goo. Robinson, Jr., Osh­
kosh ....................................
I’aul Cramer, O s h k o s h ....
W. .T. Hawkins, O sh kosh..
Jacob Wickert, O sh kosh..
H. G. M cW illiams, Osh­
kosh . , ............. .............- •

100 00

Total

100 00
100 00
100 00
100
200
100
800

00
00
00
00

500 00
200 00
100
200
200
100
100
100

00
0U
00
00
00
00

100
200
1,700
1 ,00 0

00
00
00
00

500
100
100
2,200
300
300
300
300
300

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
Ou

2,000 00
500
1,000
500
200
1,000
100
100
400
1,300

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

200
1,000
500
100
300

00
00
00
ou
00

1,100 00
500 00
500
200
1 .500
1,500

00
00
On
00

500 00
500 00
200 00
$75,000 00

396

Reporti o f the Commissioner of Banking.

Oshkosh— The New German American Bank of Oshkosh.

C. W. RADFORD, President.
GEORGE HILTON, Vice President.

T. R. FRENTZ, Cashier.
C. C. KONRAD, Asst. Cashier.

DIR E C TO RS.
C. W. Davis,
C. W. Radford,
T. R. Frentz,
Geo. Hilton,
W. F. Gruenewald,
E. Moerke,

Dan Witzel,
Wm. Konrad,
R. A. Brauer,
C. Look,
G. W. Neumann,
J. H. Wall.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discou nts. $826,307
86
Overdrafts ............................
430 15
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
129,443 48
Premium on bonds ...........
2 ,3 6 7 99
Banking house ....................
38 ,000 00
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
2 ,4 5 3 04
Other real estate owned. .
9 ,4 8 2 39
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................. 102,654 36
Due from other b a nk s . . . .
216 88
Exchanges
fo r
clearing
8 ,4 05 9 a
house ................................
Gold coin .............................
4 1 ,760 00
Silver coin ...........................
4 ,6 1 2 06
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
10 4,53 2 00

Capital stock paid i n . . . . $100,000 Oo
25 ,000 00
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
^ Paid ........
20 ,4 6 0 63
Due to banks— D ep osits..
43 ,066 22
Individual deposits, sub­
205,252 96
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates o f de­
posit .................................
2,631 50
Time certificates of de„ Posit .................................
25 7,93 6 50
Savings deposits ................
616,318 31

Total

.................... .$ 1 ,2 7 0 ,6 6 6 12

Total

...................... $ 1 ,2 7 0 ,6 6 6 12

NAM ES OF S T O C K H O LD E R S.
Henry Awe, Oshkosh.........
Elizabeth C. A rfert, Osh
kosh ............................... ..
W. C. Bouck, O sh k o sh ...
Wm. T. Brand, Oshkosh.
John Bischofberger, Osh
kosh .................................
R. A. Brauer, O sh k o sh ...
Benedict Boss, O sh kosh..
John Challoner, Oshkosh
WP3- Glatz, O s h k o s h ....


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$400 00
100 00
400 00
400 00
400
1,8 00
600
1,8 00
1,100

00
00
00
00
00

Sarah Davis, O s h k o s h ....
Louis Derleder, Oshkosh. .
C. W. Davis, Oshkosh. . . .
Mrs.
H.
Derksen,
Osh­
kosh ....................................
Mrs. M. E. Davis, Oshkosh
A. Domke, Oshkosh.............
R. C. Ernst, O s h k o s h ....
Helen G. Davis, O sh kosh..
Mrs. Louisa Glatz, Osh­
kosh ...................................

400 00
400 00
3,2 00 00
100
800
200
400
400

00
00
00
00
00

400 00

Reports of State Banks.

397

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
Wm. F. Gruenewald, Oshkosh ....................................
M. H. Goettmann, Oshkosh ....................................
L. Frank Gates, O -h kosh. .
B. C. Gudden, O sh k o sh ...
Qeorge Hilton, Oshkosh. .
Oscar J. Hardy, Oshkosh.
R. A. Herrmann, Oshkosh
Ferd. Hahn, Oshkosh.........
Mrs. Jessie L>. Hinman,
Oshkosh .............................
John Hicks, Oshkosh.........
Ben Hooper, Oshkosh.........
C. M. Hall, Oshkosh.........
F. J. Ising, Oshkosh.........
W alter A. Ihbe, Oshkosh.
Robt. Ihbe, Oshkosh...........
E. G. Jackson, Oshkosh. .
G. W. Kremer, Oshkosh. .
Wm. Konrad, O s h k o s h ....
John F. Kluwin, Oshkosh.
Ida H. Kremer, O sh kosh..
C. A. Kennedy, O sh k o sh ..
Jos. Kloeckner, O sh kosh..
Mrs. Anna Kruger, Oshkosh
C. C. Konrad, Oshkosh. .
Mrs.
Magdalena
Luhm,
Oshkosh ............................
C. Look, Oshkosh................
Mrs. W. H. Leupold, OshE. Moerke, Oshkosh.........
.T. D. Mierswa, O sh kosh..
G. W. Minckler, Oshkosh.
E. E. Meeleus, O sh k o sh ...
Geo. W. Neumann, Oshkosh ....................................
Mrs. J. C. Noyes, Oshkosh
Mrs. Abbie N icola', Oshkosh ...................................
Mrs. Clara Ernst, Oshkosh
Mrs. Bertha Bruenewald,
Oshkosh ............................
August Koch, O shkosh. . . .
M. E. Percey. Oshkosh. . .
IT. G. Pelton, Oshkosh. . . .
C. F. Abraham, Oshkosh.
Chas.
Weston
Radford,
Oshkosh .............................
Joseph A. Burger, Chicago, 111.............................
Christian Elser, O shkosh..
H. Eilers, O shkosh.............
Wm. Faber. Oshkosh.........
T. R. Frentz, O s h k o s h ....
H. M. Foulk. O s h k o s h ....
Bertha J. Frey, Oshkosh.
Elizabeth J. Page, Oshkosh


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1,200 00
300
800
400
17,100
400
400
400

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

200
800
400
200
200
200
300
3 ,6 0 0
200
800
700
200
800
1,300
400
1,2 00

00
00
00
0b
00
06
00
06
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

400 00
1,000 00
400
2 ,4 0 0
200
400
200

00
06
00
00
00

400 00
1,200 00
200 00
400 00
400
200
1,100
400
200

00
00
00
00
00

200 00
800
400
400
400
16,000
600
400
400

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

B'rank Pfotenhauer, Oshkosh ....................................
J. V. Rice, Oshkosh...........
Thomas Ryan, O sh k osh .. .
Elizabeth M. Radford, Oshkosh ....................................
Charles Rahr, Oshkosh. . . .
Sophie Rhyner, Oshkosh. .
C. W. Radford, trustee,
Oshkosh .............................
C. W. Radford, Oshkosh. .
Mrs. Nettie Radford, Oshkosh ....................................
Mrs. Eliza Spikes, Oshkosh ....................................
J. F. W. Schmidt, Oshkosh ...................................
Arthur L. Schwalm, Oshkosh ..................... .............
Herman Steckbauer, Oshkosh .................... ...............
Mrs. Clara W. Sterling,
Oshkosh ............................
Kate Schmit, O shkosh. . . .
Otto Schloerb O sh k o sh ...
R. Scholter, Oshkosh.........
Schild & Wunderlich, Oshkosh ...................................
August Streich, Oshkosh. .
F. C. Schneider, Oshkosh
Mrs. Ida M. Torreyson,
Oshkosh ....................
■T. M. Welch, O s h k o s h ....
N. C. Werbke, O sh k o sh ...
Mrs. Wilhemina Wenzel,
Oshkosh .............................
Dan Witzel, Oshkosh. . . .
Agnes S. Witzel, Oshkosh
•T. F. Wendorff, O sh kosh..
■I. H. Wall. Oshkosh.........
Carl W ickert, Oshkosh. . .
Sarah a . Young. Oshkosh
II. J. Zentner, O sh kosh..
Mrs. Alvina Zlnn, Oshkosh
Helen Hathaway, Oshkosh
Mrs. M argaret A. Coffin,
Oshkosh .............................
H. D. W itzel, Oshkosh........
IT. A. W itzel, Oshkosh........
Ben T. Gunz, O sh k o sh ...
Mrs. Clara Hilton, Oshkosh
Seymour B. Hey man, Oshkosh ....................................
Frank Stein, Oshkosh. . . .
S. Heyman, Oshkosh. . . .
E. J. Klawun, Oshkosh. .
Total

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

800 00
400 00
400 00
400 00
800 00
600 00
300 00
1 ,0 00 00
200 00
400 00
400 00
400 00
300 00
200
2,0 00
200
800

00
00
00
00

300 00
600 00
400 00
200 00
500 00
400 00
400
1,5 00
100
800
2,0 00
400
300
200
1,000
1 ,4 00

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

2,000
300
100
100
300

00
00
00
00
06

200
200
800
100

00
00
00
00

$100,000 00

Report) of the Commissioner of Banking.

398

Osseo— State Bank of Osseo.

O. J. ÒAW KENSON, President.
H. A. FIE LD, Vice President.

T. J. TPIOMPSON. Cashier.
E. HAGEN, Asst. Cashier.

D IR E C TO RS.
O. J. Hawkenson,
E. Hagen,
T. J. Thompson,

H. A. Field,
G. Pederson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

R esou rces.

L ia b ilitie s .

Loans and discou nts......... $184,930 75
3 ,7 68 74
Overdrafts ............................
7 ,5 00 00
Banking house ....................
2 ,5 00 00
Furniture and fix t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
17 ,324 50
banks .................................
3 ,6 0 0 00
Due from other banks. . . .
1 ,2 5 0 00
Gold coin .............................
750 00
Silver coin ...........................
Lb S. and national cur8 ,2 5 0 00
rency .................................
148 11
Nickels and cents ...........
T otal

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

$230,022 10

Capital stock paid in .........
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, subject to check ................
Demand certificates of doposit .................................
Time certificates of deposit .................................
Total

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

$15,000 00
5 .0 00 00
1,771 82
39,965 99
1,6 45 12
166,639 17
$230,022 10

NAM ES OF ST O C K H O L D E R S.
O. J. Hawkenson, O sseo. .
T. J. Thompson, O s s e o ...
Jens
Thompson,
Pigeon
Falls ..................................
Genevieve Field, O s s e o ...
Otto Ballerini, Eau Claire.
Torger Gunderson, Osseo.
Carl Christopherson, Osseo
Gilbert Pederson, O s s e o ...
A. N. Freng, O sseo...........
Paul Christopherson, Osseo
F. M. Smith. O sseo...........
Smith Bros., Osseo......... ..
Mrs. Laura York, O s s e o ...
C. S. Olson, O sseo..............


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$5 ,000 00 John Carson, O sseo...........
4,7 0 0 00 Chester Field, O sseo...........
E. J. Matchett, Osseo. . . .
1,0 00 00 E. Hubbard, O sseo.............
100 00 O. W aller, Osseo..................
100 00 E. Hagen, O sseo..................
200 00 C. O. Dahl, O sseo................
100 00 A. H. Brandon, Chicago,
600 00
111...........................................................
100 00 H. A. Field, O sseo.............
100 00 Geo. J. Isom, O sseo...........
100 00 P. L. Johnson, O sseo.........
100 00
Total .........................
200 00
100 0 0 /

100
100
100
100
500
500
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

1 0 0 00

500 00
100 00
300 00
$15,000 00

399

Reports of Slate Banks.

Owen— State Bank of Owen.

JOHN G. OWEN, President.
EDW ARD A. OWEN, Vice President.

W. C. TUFTS, Cashier.

DIRECTO RS.
John G. Owen,
W. G. Royer.
Ole Thompson,

E. A. Owen,
W. C. Tufts.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

L iab ilitie s.

Resources.

Loans and discou nts.........
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks ......... ....................
Due from other banks. . . .
Checks on other banks and
Gold coin

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

TJ. S. and national currency .................................
Nickels and cents ...........

Total

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

$50,746
234
3,1 22
4,2 8 8

61
50
61
26

C, G83 51
4 ,0 98 28
452 44
1,0 60 00
3,6 43 30

Capital stock paid in. . . .
Surplus fund ....................
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, subject to check ..................
Demand certificates of der
posit ...................................
Time certificates of deposit .................................
Savings deposits . ..............

$12,000 00
750 00
1 ,684 77

38,945 47
370 OU
36,809 67
3,5 98 46

1,708 00
120 86
$74,158 37

Total

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

$74,158 37

NAM ES OF S TO C K H O LD E R S.
A. R. Owen, Owen.............
Edward A. Owen. O w e n . . .
IL B. Crâne, Eau C la ire ..
J. .T. Sel mer, Eau C la ire ..
W. G. Royer O w en...........
Ida J. Royer, Owen...........


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$2 .200
1,0 0 0
700
500
400
100

00
00
00
00
00
00

John G. Owen, O w e n . . . .
W. C. Tufts, W ithee.........
.T. P. Weirich, O w en.........
Ole Thompson, C urtiss. . .
Total

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

2.0 00
2.5 00
200
500

00
00
oo
00

$12,000 0Ü

•too

Report' o f the Commissioner of Banking.

Oxford— Oxford State Bank.

A. A. MORGAN, President.

II. p. W ALKER, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
A. A. Morgan,
B. Iloustet,
Fred Smith,
G. W olfeit,

Hans Sorenson,
James Kerbough,
John Nesbit.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Loans and discounts.........
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
IJ. S. and national cur­
rency ................................
Nickels and cents .............
Expense account ................
Total

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

L iab ilitie s.

$2 0,37 6 00
2 ,3 53 95
1 ,4 9 6 60
4 ,4 2 8 28
50 00
875 00
225 7~
3 ,0 0 0 00
54 84
642 89
$33,503 3 1

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid
.................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ....................
Demand certificates of de­
posit
..............................
1 ime certificates of •de­
posit
................................

Total

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

$10,000 03
249 99
12,811 69
649 66
9 ,7 91 9'.

$33,503 31

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
B. Houslet, O x ford ...........
C. S. Pierce, Milwaukee. .
Frank A. Pierson, Oxford
James Kerbaugh, Oxford
J. M. Worden, O x fo r d ...
E. A. Gowran, Portage.
W. N. Johnson, O xford.
W. I. Stroud, P ortage. . .
Hans Sorenson, O xford. .
John Nesbit. O x ford .........
August Lippert, O x ford .
A. A. Morgan, O x fo r d ...
P. N. Peterson, O xford.
John Graham, O xford. . . .
W. W olhfert. O x fo r d ...
William Nesbit, O xford. .
T. S. Hamilton, O x fo rd .


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$500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
200
100
300
100

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

loo oo

200 Ou

Leo Stalker, O x ford .........
Louvirra See, O x ford .........
C. H. Kerbaugh, O x ford . .
A. Rodfrer, O x ford .............
Nettie G. Nickerson, Ox-

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

A. Huber, O x ford ................
Gus Ilollender, O xford. . .
H. L. Mason. O xford. . . .
Fred Smith, O x ford ...........
Ole Sorenson, O x f o r d . . . .
H. P. Walker, O x f o r d . . . .
Gus. W ohlfert, O xford. . . .
R. Rodger, O x ford ...............
Total

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

100 00
100 00
400 00
200 00

200 06

200 O’)
200 00
200 00
500 0u
100 00
1 ,0 0 0 00
100 00
200 00
$1 0,00 0 00

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R e p o r ts o f S ta te B a n k s.

Palmyra— Bank of Palmyra.

CHRISTIE

CARLIN,

President.

CORA TISCIIAEFER, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Christie Carlin,
Cora T schaefer,

A. G. Carlin.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

I

Loans and discounts......... $272,603 42
2,595 65
Overdrafts ...........................
U. S., state, municipal and
5 8 ,i 95 00
other bonds ....................
1,850 00
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
Other real estate owned..
1,000 00
Due from approved reserve
51.448 3 b
banks .................................
14 00
Due from other ban ks...
5,465 00
Gold coin .............................
Sliver coin ...........................
516 00
U. S. and national currency .................................
5,058 00
74 69
Nickels and cents................

L iab ilitie s.

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund . . . . ............
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, subject to check....................
Demand certificates of deposit .................................
Savings deposits ................

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

$398,820 09

$25,000 00
6,500 00
11,978 18
60,658 04
88,900 20
205,783 07

$398,820 09

NAMES OP. STOCKHOLDERS.
E.

M.
Johnson
estate,
Whitewater ......................
Christie Carlin, Palmyra.
A. G. Carlin, Palmyra. . . .


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Cora
$12,500 00
12,300 00
1 0 0 00

Tischaefer,
Total

Palmyra

100 00
$25,000 00

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Pardeeville— Pardeeville State Bank.
THOS. KEARNS, President.
D. T. LYNCH, Vice President.

S. H. DOOLEY. Cashier.
R. E. GARNER, Asst. Cashier.
DIRECTORS.

Thos. Kearns,
D. T. Lynch,
M. W. Roberts,
E. D. Miller,

J. S. Heath,
Henry Stinger,
Clinton Quinn.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts......... $129,175 09
Overdrafts ...........................
1,245 31
U. S., state, municipal and
5 ,33 3 28
other bonds ....................
Ranking h o u s e ....................
4,000 On
Furniture and fix tu re s....
1,193 0i
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
35,692 01
Due from other b a n k s ....
18,636 91
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
140 89
Gold coin .............................
880 00
Silver coin ...........................
7 9 3 05
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
4 ,45 7 00
Nickels and cents................
90 21
Total

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

$201,636 84

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
Paid ...................................
Due to banks— Deposits..
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ................
Time certificates of de­
posit .............................. .

Total

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

$15,000 00
4 ,00 0 00
3,584 85
1,901 77
24,647 48
152,502 72

$201,636 84

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
W. H. Cuff, Pardeeville..
Mrs. H. Kearns, Pardee­
ville ...........................................
D. T. Lynch, Pardeeville..
.T. W. Horton, Pardeeville
William Dalton, Pardee­
ville ...........................................
Edward Dalton,
Pardeevil'.e ..............................
Mrs.
Charlotte
Kohler,
Pardeeville .............................
John Moran, Sr., Pardee­
ville .......................................
J. S. Heath, Pardeeville..
John Curtis, Pardeeville..
William
Angus,
Pardee­
ville ...........................................
M. W. Roberts, Pardee­
ville ....................................
Clinton Quinn, Pardeeville
Mary Inglehart, Pardeeville
J. H. Dooley, Pardeeville.
Mrs. Lucy Currie, Zion
City, 111......................................
Mrs. Ada Spicer, Pardee­
ville ...........................................
Martha
Kohler,
Pardee­
ville ...........................................


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$600 00

Frank Robinson, Pardee, ville ................................. .
60000A. W. Miller, C a m b ria....
1.400 00 E. D. Miller, Pardeeville. . .
300 00 EL W. Judd, Cambria.........
G. H. .Tudd, Cambria.........
40000Henry Slinger. C am bria...Thomas Kearns, Montello.
30000 Brown, Browning
Andrew
George Turk. P o r ta g e ....
30000A. Wilcox, Portage...........
Anna M. Walker Hubbard,
600 00
Markesan ...........................
300 00 C. II. Walker, Markesan..
300 00 John T. Lovell, Pardeeville
Mrs.
Morgie Dusenbury,
60000 Pardeevil’ e ......................
Herbert Strong, Browning
300
00
Mrs.
Ada M. Falconer,
600 00
Camp Douglas ...............
300 00 R. E. Garner, Pardeeville
300 00 S. H. Dooley,. Pardeeville.
Mrs. D. T. Lynch. Pardee­
30000 ville ....................................
10000
1 0 0 00

Total

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

400 00
300 00
600 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
600 00
600 00
300 00
300 00
300 00
600 00
300 00
600 00
300 00
300 00
100 00
200 00
600 00
$15,000 0C

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Park Falls— Park Falls State Bank.
E.
J. ASCHENBRE'NER, Cashier.
L. J. ASCHENBRENER, Asst. Cashier.

GEO. H. ATWOOD, President.
M. A. DROTT, Vice President.

DIRECTORS.
A. A. Pribnow,
Jas. Esteri,
E. J. Aschenbrener.

Geo. H. Atwood,
M. A. Drott,
Wm. G. Fordyce,
.T. P. Weyerhouser,

Statement, November 10, 1910.
L ia b ilitie s .

R esou rces.

Loans and discounts......... $147 061 93
1,247 74
^Overdrafts ........... ...............
10,795 13
Banking house ..................
2,750 77
Furniture and fixtures
Due from approved reserve
17,933 25
banks .................................
Checks on other banks and
3.905 03
cash items ......................
3,525 00
Gold coin .............................
1,574 00
Silver coin ........................
IT. S. and national cur­
1 ,695 0c
rency .............................
217 44
Nickels and cents .............
$190.705 29

Total

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Due to banks— Deposits..
Individual deposits,
sub­
ject to check ................
Time certificates of de­
posit ......................
Savings deposits ................
Reserved for taxes...........

$25,000 00
195 17
11,162 09
60,549 20
90,101 35
3,567 15
130 33

$190,705 29

Total

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
A. A. Pribnow, Park Falls
Mrs. E. J. Page, Mt. Claire,
111...........................................
Jos. Kress, Park Falls. . .
G. C.
Beilenberg, Park
Falls .................................
E. I. Ross, Park Falls. . . .
Fred B. Barnes, Oshkosh.
W. H. Roddis. Marshfield.
Jacob Rabenowich, Park
Falls ......... ........................
E. J. Aschenbrener, Park
Falls .................................
Wm. G. Fordyce, Butternut ......................................
M. A. Drott, Park Falls. .
Cohen & Comins, Park
Falls .................................
.Tas. Le Valley, Park Falls
Jacob
Lobemier,
Park
Falls ...................... ..
DeWitt Van Ostrand, Phillips .....................................
C. D. Fen el on, P h illip s...


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2,000 00
100 00
200 00
400 00
200 00
200 00
10 0 0 0
1 00 00

3,100 00
3.000 00
700 00
400 00
1 0 0 00
100 00
500 0 0
700 0 0

L. Kollmer, estate, Park
Falls .................................
J. W. Bolton, Mt. Claire,
111...........................................
Catherine S. Fordyce, But­
ternut .................................
Geo.
H. Atwood,
Park
Falls .................
Atwood Lumber & Mfg.
Co., Park Falls.............
Julia Atwood, Park Falls.
The
E. J. Aschenbrener
Co., Park Falls .............
.Tames Esterl, Park Falls.
Guv Waldo, Park F alls..
G. L. Patchin, Park Falls.
John I-Iofferle, Park Falls
John Esterl Park F alls..
R. .T. Haggerty, Park Falls
John P. Weyerhauser, St.
Paul, Minn........................
Jess M.
Allman,
Park
Falls .................................
Total

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

100 00
100 00
500 00
6,500 00
2,60 0 00
600 0c
600
600
500
200
200
200
200

00
00
06
00
00
00
00

100 00
100 00
$25,000 00

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Pewaukee— Pewaukee State Bank.

J. I. GATES, President.
OTTO C. LAAES, Vice President.

.TNO. MORROW, Cashier.
HERMAN KUENZLI, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
J. I. Gates,
Herman Kuenzli,
Franklin Ely,

Otto Laabs,

w. P. Evert.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Resources.

Liab ilities.

Loans and discounts......... $104,636 22
Overdrafts ...............
880 75
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
23,800 06
Premium on bonds ...........
411 00
Furniture and fix tu re s....
1,828 49
Other real estate owned. .
825 00
Due from approved reserve
16,259 04
banks ................................
Due from other banks..
4,821 87
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
27 66
Gold coin .............................
235 00
Silver coin ...........................
1,138 50
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
6 ,16 7 00
152 82
Nickels and cents.............
Total

......................... $161,183 35

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ....................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Certified checks ................

Total

$10,000 00
1,4 04 43

44,164 12
92,100 24
12,014 56
1,500 00

......................... $161,183 35

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Franklin Ely, Pewaukee..
John Morrow, Pewaukee. .
J. I. Gates, Pewaukee.. . .
H.
C. Cooper, Pewaukee..
W. O. Lobdell, Pewaukee
Herman Kuenzli, Pewaukee


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$3,000
1,500
500
500
500
500

00
00
OO
00
00
00

F. J. Hodigson, Pewaukee
J. I. Mayer, Milwaukee. .
W. F. EYert, Pewaukee. .
Otta Laabs, Milwaukee. .
G'us Laabs, Milwaukee.. .
Total

500
500
500
1,000
1,000

00
00
00
00
00

$10,000 00

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R e p o r ts o f S ta te B an ks.

Phillips— The State Bank of Phillips.

N. E. LANE, President.
C. C. KELLEHER, Vice President.

G. M. CHAMBERLAIN, Cashier.
B. W. MALM, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
N. B. Lane,
G. M. Chamberlain,
C. E. Tobey,

C. C. Kelleher,
o. A. Johnson.

Statement, November 10, 1910.
Jt tes ou rc es.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts. . . . $154,655
Overdrafts ...........................
551
U. S., state, municipal and
8,500
other bonds ....................
Banking house ....................
6,000
Furniture and fix tu re s....
1,500
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
23,652
Due from other b a n k s ....
6,862
Checs on other banks and
cash items ......................
1,556
Gold coin .............................
5 ,67 0
Silver coin .............
303
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
6,495
Nickels and cents ..............
75
1,057
Tax certificates ..................
Total

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

96
69
00
00
00
20
09
24
00
25

Capital stock paid i n . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid......................................
Individual
deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Demand certificates of de­
posit.....................................
Savings deposits ................

$30,000 00
5,000 00
5,03 6 50
63,454 71
101,854 09
11,534 61

0o
54
94

$216,879 91

Total

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

$216,879 91

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
N. E. Lane, Phillips.........
John R. Davis, Chicago,
111...........................................
B. W. Davis, Chicago, I 1.
M. Strimling, Minneapolis,
Minn......................................
J. R. Farr, Phillips...........
O. A. .Johnson, Phillips..
C. C. Kelleher, Phillips___
G. M. Chamberlain, Phil­
lips .....................................
May T. Tobey. Phillips. .
Minnie A. Thayer, Phil­
lips ......................................
C. E. Tobey, Phillips. . . .
Susie E. Sperry, Phillips.


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$500 00
7,200 00
800 00
2,500
2,000
1,500
1,000

00
00
00

00

1,000 00
1,000 00
2,000 00
1,000 00
2,500 00

W. P. Sperry, Phillips. . .
W. .1. Neef, Phillips.........
M.® Barry, Phillips...........
I. O. O. F. Lodge No. 79
i Fifield ...............................
*L. F. Chamberlain, estate,
Phillips .............................
B. W. Malm, P h illip s ....
Eliz. J. Randall, Phillips
May McNely, Phillips.........
•lane A. Evans. Phillips. . . .
Anna Breitengross, Phillips ....................................
Total

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

500 00
500 00
500 0 0
500 00
300
700
500
500
500

OO
oo
00

00
00

2,500 00
$30.000 00

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R e p o r t : o f th e C o m m issio n er o f B a n k in g .

Pittsville— Pittsville State Bank.

II. CONNOR, President.
R. B. SALTER, Vice President.

T. J. CROWLEY, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
R. Connor.
R. B. Salter,
Ed. Clack,
J. F. Seidl,

J. Erickson,
F. P. Hiles,
T. J. Crowley.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

Loans and discounts.........
Overdrafts ...........................
Stocks and other securi­
ties .....................................
Banking house ....................
Furniture and fix tu re s....
Other real estate owned..
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
C’hecKs on other banks and
cash items ......................
Cold coin .............................
Silver coin ...........................
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents................
Total ........................

L ia b ilitie s .

$34,338 93
227 67
780
1,254
2,226
1,174

03
32
01

05

8,271 12

Capital stockpaid i n . . . .
....................
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check ..................
Time certificates of de­
posit ...................................

$10,000 On
1 0 0 00

970 58
22,651 69
18,878 18

199 26
725 00
425 70
2,898 09
80 3G
$52,600 45

Total

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

$52,600 45

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
.1. F. Sims. Stevens Point
R. P. Salter, Colby...........
Ed. Knyhart, Spencer . . . .
Kdw. L. Reese, Dodgeville.
II. E. Spear, Portage. . . .
Mrs. G. W. Brown, Pitts­
ville . ..................................
Anna Pniser, Minocqua. . . .
Lucv K. Peckham, River
Falls ..................................
W.
P.
Peckham,
River
Falls .................................
G'eorgine E. Sims, Stevens
Point .................................
T. ,T. Crowley, Pittsville.


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$2,50Q 00
1,600 00
600 00
500 00
100 00
1 0 0 09

100 00
100 09
100 00
100 00
1,300 0b

Isaac Erickson. Pittsville.
F. P. Miles, Milwaukee. . .
Seidl & Ebbe, Pittsville. .
.T. P. Johnson. Pittsville..
W. D. Connor. Marshfield.
R. Connor, M arshfield....
A. Kruger, Pittsville. . . . .
K. W. Doege, Mashfield. .
Ed. Clack, Pittsville.........
Gott’l Lehnherr, Pittsville
W. W. Strope, Pittsville'. .
D. J. Ilarney, Marshfield.
Total

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

100
500
100
109
500
500
100
500
200
100
100
100

Ot,
Ot
0b
0b
00
00
On
00
on
00

00
90

$10,000 00

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R e p o r ts o f S ta te B a n k s.

Plainfield— W aushara County Bank.

ri. E. TRATT, President.
J. M. SMART, Vice President.

G. D. SARGENT, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
.T. M. Smart,
G. D. Sargent,
W. B. Angelo,

H. E. Pratt,
J. W. Dunegan.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilitie s.

Loans and discounts......... $101,006 00
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
52,300 Ob
Premium on bonds.............
2 ,589 37
Banking house ....................
7.500 Of)
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
2,500 0 e
Due from approved reserve
banks ................................
24,092 92
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
1 .274 97
Gold coin .............................
1.190 00
Silver coin ...........................
1 ,8 6 6 65
F. S. and national currency .................................
5,528 00
Nickels and cents .............
89 03
Total

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

$199,936 94

Capital stock paid i n ..'..
Surplus fund . . .*............. '
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes
paid ...................................
Accrued interest account.
Individual deposits, sub■jppt tr> rtippk
Time cert--¿cates of deposit .................................
Savings deposits ................
Cashier's checks outstandin g ........................ .............

Total

$25.000 00
5. Ó00 00
1,049 46
208 1 O
53,502 70
99,368 82
10,526 60
5,281 17

$199,936 94

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
E\ Pratt, Plainfield...
■T. M. Smart, Plainfield...
L. Starks, Chicago, 111...
J. W. Dunegan, Stevens
Po nt .................................
W. B. Angelo, Plainfield..
G. D. Sargent. Plainfield.
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$5,200 00 •T. A. Blair, P lainfield ....
5,200 00 Geo. B. Fox, Plainfield..
3,900 00 L. W. Chapman, Monte'llo
Fred Storzbach, Plainfield
2 ,50 0 00 F. .T. Luce, P lainfield ....
2.500 00 M. M. Smart, Montello. . .
2.500 00
Total .........................

1.000 00
600 00
500 Os
500 00
300 00
300 00
$25,000 00

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Platteville— State Bank of Plattevi’le.

J. R. SPEAR, President.
JAMES DOLAN, Vice President.

W. H. DOYLE, Cash er.

DIRECTORS.
J. R. Spear,
John Kettler,
George Harms,
D. J. Gardner,
F. von Oehsen,

Wilson Cunningham,
James Dolan,
H.
E. Stephens,
R. A. Shepherd.

Statement, November 10, 1910.

Resources.

L iab ilities.

Loans and discounts......... $302,040 66
Overdrafts ...........................
889 96
U. S., state, municipal and
other bonds ....................
48,800 Ou
Premium on bonds ...........
378 00
P>anking house ....................
9,500 00
Furniture and fixtures. . . .
1,300 00
Other real estate owned. .
450 00
Due from approved reserve
banks ...............................
169,841 38
Cheeks on other banks and
cash items ......................
2,919 Oa
Gold coin .............................
455 00
Silver coin ...........................
3,360 00
U. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
23,064 00
Nickels and cents................
623 92
Total

........................... 563,621 96

Capital stock paid in . . . .
Surplus fund ......................
Undivided profits, less cur­
rent expenses and taxes
paid .............
Individual deposits, sub­
ject to check....................
Demand certificates of de­
posit .................................
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
Savings deposits ................

Total

$50,000 00
10,000 00
33,554 03
246,631 53
74,570 19
141,533 89
7,332 32

........................... 563,621 96

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
C. K. Grav. P'atteville. . .
Peter dare, Pìatteville. .
John II. Bunt. Plattevil’ e
F. von Oehsen, Platteville
Martin McCormick, P.'attev Ile ....................................
John
F.
Miles
estate,
Platteville ........................
Elbe von Oehsen, Piatteville ....................................
Richard Bell, Platteville. .
John H. Webb, Platteville
J. T. Wilkinson, Platteville
Penry Long, Platteville. ,


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$1,000
500
1,000
1,000

00
00
00
00

500 00
1.000 00
500
1,000
500
500
500

00
00
00
00
00

Frank Schlater. Platteville
George Welsh, Galena, 111.
J. J. Gray. Galena, 111. . .
Joseph Tippet, Galena, 111.
Mrs. Caroline Kay, Piatteville ....................................
John Kettler, Platteville..
John W. Reilly, Plattevil’e
H. N. Johanns, Platteville
D. B. Walker, Platteville.
John Harms, PlatteviPe. .
W. II. Doyle, Plattville. .
F. W. Adickes, Platteville
Henry Adickes, Platteville

500
1,000
500
1 ,00 0

00
00
00
00

1 ,0 0 0 0 0

1,000
500
500
1,000
500
4,10 0
250
250

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

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NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS— Continued.
Wm. Hi’l, Platteville____
W. H. Williams, Platteville
Wm. Werfelman, Belmont
H. C. Klein, Janesvi'le. . .
Ed. Engebretson, White­
water .................................
W. F. Cordts, Plattevil'e
O. E. Gibson, Platteville
O. .T. Schuster, Claremont,
Va..........................................
R. B. Smith, Milwaukee. .
A. I. McGranahan, Piatteville ....................................
George Harms, Platteville
.T. P. Rundell, Platteville
Frank C. Jones, Indianola,
Iowa .................................
Mary Scheel, Platteville..
Jane Niehaus, Platteville.
John N. Chappell, Platte­
ville ....................................
B. F. Trenary, Platteville
D. J. Gardner, Platteville
W. R. Snowden, Platteville
R. A. Shepherd, Platteville
W. W. Shepherd, Platte­
ville
.................................
Rebecca M. Spink, Plattevil’e
.................................
Moreland Preston, Rewey


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500
500
1,000
1,000

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00
00
00

1 ,0 0 0

00

500 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
1 ,0 0 0

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1,000 00
500 00
200 00
1,000 00
500 00
1 ,0 0 0

00

500
500
500
1,000

00
00
00
00

500 00
1 ,0 0 0

00

500 00

Carles E. Preston, Port­
land, Ore.............................
•Tames Doan, Platteville..
J. R. Spear, Platteville..
D. McGregor, Platteville..
Karl F. Bare's, Platteville
a . W. Kemler, Platteville
Wilson Cunningham, Piatteville ....................................
W. F. Ferguson, Madison
James Barron, Platteville
W. H. Richards, Plattev'lle
.................................
Emma M. Harms, Platte­
ville
.................................
Harry E. Stephens, Platte­
ville
.................................
Fred Weinbergen, Piatteville ....................................
Mrs. Dora Harms, Belmont
C. C. Mathey, Galena, 111.
IT. I. Gibson. Platteville. .
Mrs. Rieka Harms, Plattevi'le ....................................
T. F Cummins, Platteville
Carrie A. Bishop, Platte­
ville .......................................
M. A. Bishop, Jr., Piatteville ...................................
Total

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1,000
1,000
500
200
500
1 ,0 0 0

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

2,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
500 00
500 00
500
1,000
1,000
500

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00
00
00

500 00
500 00
250 00
250 00
$50,000 O')

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R e p o r t o f th e C o m m issio n er o f B a n k in g .

Plum City— Plum City State Bank.

ROY QUIMBEY, President.
THEO. SUTER, Vice President.

O. W. MALMGREN, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
Roy Qulmbey,
Theo. Suter,
IT. Suter,
M. Cotier,

Albert Ingli,
Jacob Hofmeister,
Julius J. Lewis.

Statement, November lo. 1910.
R »“s o u r c e s .

R i a b i l i t i es.

Loans and discounts.........
Banking house ..................
Furniture and f u t u r e s ....
Due from approved reserve
banks .................................
Due from other b a n k s ....
Checks on other banks and
cash items ......................
Gold c o i n ...........................
Silver 'coin ...........................
IT. S. and national cur­
rency .................................
Nickels and cents................
Other rescources ................
Total

$29,030 70
1.752 78
2,104 27
1,004 95
1 ,6 .5 73
fr.U 1 ]

Capital stockpaid i n . . . .
$10,000 01»
Individual deposits, sub­
ject tocheck ....................
9 ,80 7 40
Time certificates of de­
posit .................................
21,566 83
Cashier’s checks outstand­
ing ..........................................
669 00

00

51,> 8-5
1,618 00
35 43
417 05

........................... $42,043 23

NAMES OF STOCKHOLDERS.
Frances A. Terry, Plum
City ....................................
Julius J.
Lewis, Plum
City ....................................
M. Cotier, Plum City. . . .
Karl Kramer, Plum City.
George Gfall, Plum
Citv.
Lizzie M.
Suter,
Plum
City ...................................
Henry Suter, Plum
City.
Theo. Suter, Plum
City.
Chas.
Schnekloth,
pium
City ...................................
Jacob Scnnekloth,
Plum
City ...................................
W. C. C’ondit, Rock
Elm.
John Plath,
Sr.,
Plum
City ..................................
W. O. Fedderly, Rock Elm
Wm. IJophan, Plum City.
Ben. Fox, Plum City. . . .
Herbert Fox, Plum City. .


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John S. Swanson, Plum
City ....................................
Jacob Hofmeister,
Plum
00
City ...................................
00 Chas. IV. Britton,
Plum
Op
City . . .■.............................
00
Louis
Hofacker,
Plum
City ....................................
00
C’. N. Freligh, Plum City.
00 •T. E. Britton. Plum City.
00 Eric Olson, Plum C it y ...
James Cotier, Plum C ity ..
On Thomas Spiss, Plum City.
Albert Ingli, Plum City.
00
O. W. Malmgren, Plum
00
City ...................................
Rov Quimby, Minneapolis,
00
Minn.....................................
00 L. Mathys, Maiden Rock..
00
00
Total
00

$100,06

.

600
500
100
100

.
.

100
900
600
100

.

200
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